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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w ii rVwflrl i 1l 4Lnl T1rt4 iTHE RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1905 NUMBER 19 t lli7I m mffi THE Country Store I r IN TOWN + BUY FOR 1CASHII CASHI 71 We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware 4 Woodenware Porcelain and Granitware Harness Farm Implements Wagons Buggies Road Carts etc used on farm or in khffi Rememberour CASH PRICE makes goods very low when compared with the credit system FNWE SELL THE II Lynchoufg Cniln Plow the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order AIFencingWire Roofing etc T Try our Old Fashioned r TCountry MeaL Cheap 7fR Poultry Eggs Hides 1SandFurs 71I m 1 Colyer Bros I j Phone 237 Main Street j 3 RICHMOND KY t V t 4 L N 7 iJ 7 j GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR IcCRANI TONIC JADelightful Daily Dressing If You Have Hair Troublos Write Today For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York t For Sale at all Druggists Special Sale at f PERRY THOMAS t BR MQFFETTS Cures Cholera d Infantuml VE Troubles of J 1 r 1Bowd Age the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING POWDERS TEETHING EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25 to C J MOFFETI N D SL Louis MoI Mother Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life ot Your child as thousands have lone by giving these powdcis TEETHINA is caslSy given and quickly counteracts and over comes the effect of the summers heatupon teething children Today Its up to you TJThis 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 tilings to you in regard to j our line 1 Our pries are right 2 Our merchandise is reliable 3 That it is our aim to please the most fastidious taste What more oan we sayV White Gibson 4V YE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP EASl TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY zeoRPoLTE Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the I people of th Is greatsection of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able EquJpmsnts and facilitie unsur passedIla sI AM u CAWELLIUeRtV ejTrea4 PHONE ROUND EARTH IOWA ELECTRICIANS INVENT NEW WIRE SYSTEM Sioux City Men Claim to Rave Originated Device Which Will Make All the People Each Others Neighbors Sioux City laTwo Sioux City electricians fil L Garrett and E W Pres ton claim to have found a way to talk around the wolld By the use ot an Invention Just pat ented by them It will apparently be as easy for Americans to converse with their neighbors in Europe as It has been to talk ten blocks across the city Only girdle the world with wire these men declare and they will make it pos sible for the Swiss maiden In her Alpine home to flirt In the morning with young men on Florida plantations Only bisect the two American continents with cp per wire they declare and it will be mere childs play for the Iowan to order cattle from Patagonia over the tele phone And it Is true that the Instrument Is quite simple Loosely speaking It might be said that it consists of a tele phone receiver put to the mouth of a telephone transmitter In other words that It brings the earpiece of the or dinary telephone up to a mouthpiece that the earpiece may talk into the mouthpiece and sent on the sound Garrett and Preston solved the problem by putting together what are really two separate telephones The central piece Is a Eureka transmitter such as is used by many telephones today This is simply the diaphragm or disk seen In any mouthpiece the vibrations af which are sent over the wire Back of this disk are placed two elec tromagnets These electromagnets arc similar to those used In telephone receivers so roughly speaking It might be said that two receivers are put against this disk The sound from one elecIcated directly to the disk which vi originalIother direction passes over the other electromagnet and to the disk and goes on Its way In the opposite direr tion and thus people at opposite ends of the wire can converse with one another Heretofore only one receiver magnet has been used In devices Qf this kind and this Is why It has never before been possible to talk but one way The manner sepIwho are not making public some of the details of their Instrument TELLS OF A HAUNTED ROOM Earl to Relate to Son Story of Strange Events In Castle Where Ghosts Roam London When Lord Glamls comes ior age the secret of the haunted room at his ancestral home Glamls castle Forfarshlre will be communicated to him by hIs father the earl of Strath more At least that is locally under stood to have been the Invariable prac tice on such occasions from time im memorial What secret the haunted room con reals ic supposed to be passed on to every heir as he attains his majority tiiii its precise nature Is in the possession of never more than two per sons at the same time Conjecture or tradition says how ever that In the long ago when the otiImprisoned and died In that partlcu lar chamber That the room has some uncanny peculiarities appears to be be StrathIthe crigln of certain weird noises which It is said for a long time dis turbed and puzzled himVThe earl opened the door with a key and dropped back In a dead swoon In the arms of his companions nor could he ever be Induced to open hs tips on the subjectVafterward Kentucky Railroads Indicted Frankfort Ky Sept 23The Frank- lIn county grand Jury returned 64 Indictments against railroads for falling to make reports to the railroad com mission of accidents where deaths re suIted to passengers or employes With Making Oleo ICharged Ky Sept 23Henry 19 of 499 Pike street was arraigned before Federal Commls sioner John llenzles on a charge of manufacturing oeomargarine He was released on 1500 bond Kentucky Postal News Washington Sept 23A post office has been established at Harold Floyd county Ky with Joseph D M6feil postmaster The post offices at Chewn Ing and Dorcey Twigg county have been discontinued A large percentage of the people in Brazil go barefoot except on Sundays and holidays WHEN BABJf IS COMRB US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of bcttttr zn 0glorybecome a alert as she foresees the ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com fug nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a Iweet girl or a brave boy face beside hef on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Frlead applied externally Will relieve the cIpihito 4clearcheerful in disposition woo are y influenced by the Con nued we of tUI great liniment MOTHER FRIKSp of druggists roow Our treatise Motbcbod iiled free L WE MABFISU IUiILATIIs AMMta L 1 GOLD BRICK FOR DRUMMER Promised Pretty Girl for Wife Older Sister Substituted Traveler Defaults Olivet S DCoerced Into working In the harvest field and finally ottered a wife as u reward for his doing more work than any of the other bands James tHac v baa upset a remarkable romance Staceyls a traveling man who was trying to get the farmers of South Dakota to appreciate the merits of a self closing gale While going around the country in harvest time being a husky Individual he received a good many of Lets of work The gate proposition wasnt a paying one but Stacey decided to stick to it Just about the time grain was turning to a rich yellow in the wheat country west of here Stacey stopped at the big farm of George Blodgln Blodgin no sooner saw him than he of fered him liberal wages to help harvest his big crop of small grain In addition to his eldest daughter In marriage and a farm If he proved the best harvester At that moment a neat pretty girl came out on the porch Stacey looked her over carefully Ul1I stay said Stacey Stacey did stay and wrnt to work like to a thrashing machine outdoing all the other men and when the work was done the farmer told Stacey he had won teeFgirlShes not hum just now said the farmer butll be back soon Here they come shouted the farmier directly and Stacey looking the trail saw a buggy coming toward figures1n C 2ofIve won said Stacey as lie helpedS hw to alight and started to with her Here shouted the farmer thats Jt1IgedSbemy eldest and he pointed at the young woman In the buggyhStacy took then wiped his forehead it I default he said wearilyn YIELD OF GOLD IS GREATER Increase in Output of United States Amounts to 7lal500with California Leading Washington icDirecwr Roberts of the mint In his estimate of the production of gold and silver In the United States for 1901 declared the ncreased production over the calen dar year 1903 of 7131500 gold aud 3486000 fine ounces of silver The largest gold gain was by Cal ifornia which yielded about 3000000 more than In 1903 and a larger amount than in any year since the 60sThis gain the director says came chiefly from dredge operations and n further gain is expected during the current year and for some years to come The California state mining bureau estimates the possible output of thj dredges at J7000000 a year for 0 ears Colorado shows an increase of near ly 12000000 gold and 1300000 ounces of silver Alaska a gain of 700000 gold Montana a gain of 2000000 ouncs of silver Utah a gain of 1300 000 ounces of silver Idaho a gain of 13GOOOO ounces of silver The amount of gold mined was 3901ISS6 cnnces and the commercial of the silver produced was 33515 938 making the total value of the two metals 114239138 TOOK KEELEY CURE MUCH Man Escapes from That Institution Who Had Been Treated Nineteen Times New Haven ConnThe police ot this city arrested a man who gave his name as Charles B Fleming for being under the influence of drink He said that his home was in New York Two men who said they were dO- Ctors from the Keeley Institute at West Haven called at police headquarters and asked Sergeant Cook to release Fleming and they would see that be was cared for all right They said they would take him to his home in New York The sergeant turned Flem- Ing over to the strangers Later a man who said he was a pilvnic physician called at police headquarters and asked for Fleming The man who was with him he said war Flemings valet The dpctor said that Fleming was a very wealthy Nsw Yorker and that he had been 19 times in Keeley Institutes part of the time ii1at Europe He was very much chagrined to find that Fleming hat been released Upon Inquiry at the Keeley in West Haven he learned InstituteI two men who had called for were only keepers in the am not doctors Washington Rich at 27 Recent examination of the records of Fairfax county Virginia show that George Washington owned 50000 acres of land when 27 years old and at the fall slaughtering in 1780 the Washing ton family killed 150 hogs for their use The examination also brought out the fact that In 1787 the j of his country sowed 580 fatherI grars 400 acres In oats 700 acres i wheat and 700 acres in other grains t He owned 140 horses 112 cows 500 sheep and had 250 negroes on the plantation IXuropatkln Not the Dictator The Russians did not dictate the terms of peace at Tokio as Gen Kuro 1 patlcin boasted they would do but they i were dictated there all thesame i ICAiC DEATHS IN FAMILY Strange Series of Thirteen Fatalities Among Relatives of Indlanian Only Two Remain Indianapolis IndThirteen tragic deaths among members of the same fam- Ily Is the record made by the kin of Abra ham Cripe a German farmer of Fulton county The thirteenth victim was Samuel Horn who was killed recently while hauling logs But two members of the family remain and the home IItttad is deserted through superstitious fear that in some way the place Is re tragedtesrhis wife wat discontented and wanted to return to theold country She became insane and burned herself to death in a pile of hay A few days later Gripes sister fell dead whllt at work Two months afterward Luc en a son became deranged anddedw1tIifl a short time lyext Ellas ibrother was found mur fierrtd In his barn His two sons Clark ndJay died iq an insane asylum WU SOS Burns a eomInlaw of Abraham Crlje murdered his wIre Joseph Crlpe Marjaret BriliaiiuaB mat blew ut his own bratM t1rs t fffi SHOT AND KILLED l1 They Were Doing a Sum When a Fatal Misunderstanding Arose Lexington Ky Sept 2fiWhilo try ing to settle a quarrel between Georga Kellum and John Fry at Ek Chester Sunday morning yreeland Kerr was shot and killed These men with a number of other tobacco growers were discussing the sale of a crop of tobacco In which some of them were Interested They had been making calculations In the dust with sticks and Fry and Kellum disputed as to the accuracy of their figures Fry called Kelluin a liar and the latter went to the house of James Reed his employer and securing his shotgun returned to where the other coIFry Kellum told hm not to come nearer and when Kerr did not heM J his warning he raised his gun and shot him in the left side Some of the shot penetrated the heart and Kerr after running a short distance fell over dead Kellum surrendered to the authorities They all came here from Lewis county and it is understood they had had trouble there before moving Fayette county BLAMES THE CREW oot Cut Off By Wheels and Her Com- panIons Badly Injured Owlngsvllle Ky SepL 25Miss Al ce Bailey had her foot cut oft and Misses Lucy Valandlngham and Lot tie Blttlnger were severely injured by O eastbound passenger train No 4 while returning from the state fair Lexington ILis alleged that at- tepstone Miss BltBQSr vhQine an1 at Preston where Mlase produani Valandlngham alighted the train bare ly stopped causing the young women to fall Miss Baileys foot coming under the wheels iss Bailey was ta en to a Lexington hospital Suits for eavy damages will be filed at onco is said It being charged that the ac- ident was tine to criminal careless ess of the railroad crew The train crew was In danger of beng roughly handled at the stationsIIN THE Brother Believes the Man Found Near Lexington Was MurderedI Lexington Ky Drake of Dubois Pa has written here giving a description of his brother J F Drake who disappeared several weeks ago The description Is that of the unknown man found in the McCo woods some days ago with a bullet hole in his head A memorandum booic carried by the man and marking onI his clothing indicated he was from some place In Pennsylvania and tho detectives set about to establish his identity The writer of the letter Is of the opinion that his brother was mur d red There was no weapon found near the body which was later burled in the potters field without tlon IdentltleaI Kentucky Miners Sturgis Ky Sept 26 was announced that 400 union miners em ployed by the West Kentucky Coal Co will be called out on a strike Tho company had previously served notice that the union as such would not be recognized and It Is reported that from to 1000 nonunion men are to bo Imported Collapsed at the Church Door Covlngton Ky Sept 25lIenry Kasson retired shoe merchant died suddenly Kasson left his home 1447 Madison avenue to attend high mass at the St Marys cathedral While ha was about to enter the church door he collapsed and died a few minutes la ter Cynthia Gets 1000 Omaha Neb Sept 25The Jury In the breach of promise case of Cyn KYIagainstfarmer at Council Bluffs gave plaintiff a verdict for 1000 She asked for 25000 The Match May Go Lexington KySept 25 Friends oS James Y Gatecomb here state that hoI has challenged M W Savage for match race between Audobon Boy and Dan Patch Mr Savage has hereto fore refrained from entering match races Pain Drove Him To Death Louisville Ky Sept 25M C Cox a teamster 49 a rheumatism patient the city hospital leaped from a thirdstory window and crushed his head on the pavement 40 feet below Several terrified nurses witnessed the act IJohn Shields Sr DIes Ky Sept 25 John Shields sr one of Newports most respected merchants died at his home Fifth and Saratoga streets after a lingering Illness Mr Shields had made his home here for 25 years Banks Consolidate Lexington Ky Sept 25 Backed by twothirds of the stock of both institu tions the directors of the Third Na tlonal and Central banks of Lexlng ton voted to consolidate them Each- has a capital of 100000 0Death of John Whitney Covlngtoii Ky Sept 25John Whit ney 64 one of Covingtons most prowl cent citizens died of heart disease at his residence 1015 Russell street He had held the office of city nwwwor for Throat Coughs A tickling in the throat adeepbreath are features of a throat cougfi Theyre very de ceptive and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the bloodand tone up the system Scotts Emulsion remedyIt powerRemoves the cough and the whole system is given new strengthand vigor Sed ftr frit sample SCOTT fc EOWNE cbemst 409415 Pearl Strut New York soc anJ 100 All ilnigiai WOOES A PRINCESS LONDON WORKMAN IN MADHOUSE AS A RESULT Writes Ardent Letters to Kings Daughter and Scandal Is Dis covered Will Be Released on Promise Windsor Court gossips are eagerly discussing the latest phase of the romance of Princess Victoria the kings unmarried daughter and her lowly admirer Frederick Robert Nay lor a leather gilder whose wages are six dollars a week and who has been placed in an insane asylum as a result of the love letters which he has addressed to the princess for the past eight years A writer of the sentimental school would find material for a threevolume novel in this romantic story One of the beautiful features of the story is that the two have never pet Naylor- no doubt would recognize the princess should they come face to face but to the princess his personality is utterly unknown Eight years ago Naylor enraptured by the beauty of the princess wrote her the first of a remarkable series of beautiful letters and in puce woman- lIness the princess answered it This condescension brought another and with the passage of time the cor respondence was continued between strange pair To the letters Nay 1the added poetry finally having print for her between most dainty and covers a volume of his handsI has ever made any effort to see the other the affair being carried on in an en tlrely impersonal and Idyllic way 11leakedthe police immediately took actionINaylor was moved to an lum and on a drawer in his mothers home containing the letters from princess a seal was placed- theI There Is a very strong suspicion that the young man Is perfectly The outcome of the affair will probably be that Naylor will be quietly released on promising to destroy the let ters of the princess HOLY CHOSTERS TO FARM Great Procession of Domestic Animals Taken to Lands in Maine for Agricultural Purposes Durham Me Leading a caravan of nearly every species of the domestic animal T A Smith and wife of Long Island City K Y have arrived at Shlloh and given the entire lot to Rev Frank W Sandford founder and leader of the Holy Ghost and Us society No sooner had Mr Smith safely landed his Noahs ark at Shlloh than Sandford willigiveestate owned by the Holy Ghosters The flock of hens which Smith brought from Long Island City will be the nucleus of the largest poultry farm IIwhEvidently believing that contrlbu tions of money from different parts of the world are nearing the end Sand ford has expressed his determination to make Shlloh selfsupporting and he- lis praying that each convert to his shall be possessed of some do animal Six farms In prox to Shiloh have been bought bj in the last few days and in every instance those who have sold to the preacher have deserted the town arcIelection of several of his followers to town offices r Home Made Have your cake muffins and tea his cuit homemade They will be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome Royal Baking Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with whchthe readymade food found at the bakeshop or grocery does not compare RoyalVJWYM MKIHC iowot OO wwf i P at 1 JTfEeaEioizLacLtes The Busy Bee Cash Store TJ ill open their fall campaign on October 4th by giving a Tailor=made Suit and Skirt Opening for ladies that will be the largest ever held in Richmond We have made arrange ments 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 DAY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4TH aud offer them for sale in the elegant suit parlors of the Busy Bee Cash Store Lathes 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 The expert cutter and fitter for this large suit emporium will be with us on the Opening Day October 4th and as the fabrics this year for making suits are un usually handsome we expect to place in this city and count number of elegant Tailormade Suits and Skirts ever sold at at Openingn The styles and fits of these famous Quality Tailors are so well established garmentsSoDont Forget the DateVWednesday October 4th W D Oldham Go Richmond Kentucky eA Im Louisville and Nashville R R is prepared to quote you rates to Any Pointsell through tickets and check onrbagwage Secure sleeping neway tickets on sale dailySpecial uxuursun Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets 6 on Sale fr m Timeto Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Eke tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TR1F Consult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller PEFFERSi- NERVIGOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phnlcalmentalpersonal magnetism the true type ot perfect manhood healthyNaryderelopaieiitandmaieliraworUlIlTlnK NerysCuresnui Prostration Slacplcsinua and other troubles dm cauea3laketreemwith a guar prrren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u sA For sale by E C Wines 1 Loans aud Dis counts 345000 00- Stockholders Liability 150000 00 Hank Bldg SiO 800 00 Cash and Kxc 65000 00 Total Resources 580000 00 Your business Is desired and we disposed to grant you every consistent faror t State BankV Trust Co Richmond Ky COUCI1IANDCURETHE KingsI PriceF OO Saret nd UuJckfxst Cure for Ml THROAT and LUNG XKOTTB USS or KOKJ6Y BACX b8leby BC stckl- ouIitI 7 wu New toal Firm I have opened up a coal business again at the same plaze opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Bic HIIloal Co I will handle some of the bet grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a sare of the patronage of the pet pie of Richmond and Madison coun ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please yon in the quality of coal Uet my prices before buvin your winter supply Telephone 93 augO 3m H F BARREn Attacked By a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until cov eredwith sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use it in my family writes G J Welih of Tekonsha Mich and find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store Escaped Death experipncefor takingDrsin for some violent and dangerous stomach or bowel inllamation The gentle soothing curative puritioa tive action of this pleasant syrup Is without any equal in the science of medicine Sold by Perry Thamas at 50c and f100 Money back il it fails It is a wise man who if he uiuLc iq have contempt fo Uin court has it be low his breath tGot Off Cheap Ho may well think he Las got off cheapwho after having contracted constipation or indigesion Is still able to perfectly restore his health KingsNewand certain cnre for headache eon stipation etc 25c at U C Stocktons drugstore guaranteed MY NAME IS TITILJRMAPV On Sausage Row o And Buys rS Twenty=five Years C Experience i We use this method to bring before the public A our line of Staple and Fancy Groceries q1 including such brands as the elebrated Ferndale Canned Goods of all kinds White Star brands beJA Jit China and Glassware Wood and Willow ware We also carry a full line ofJFieidSeeds Feed and Seed Oats Salt tl Lime and Cement J FilledJ tthistJorder to secure the best oods the market affords Jright prices you should read our advertise t ment weekly i Covington Arnold Bro Main Street I c JJ1 i r T A 1f 7 i u1 riivJHII 11 1 1 1II- I LI I I III- tJ I L J1LL1011J I I- III ot TO In My Entire Stock of Goods Must be Sold by January J st REBARULESS- I DPCDST 0k c e 1 i i pIiIIi M r flHhinp JILlw i M I I II- F u The Richmond Climax PUBLISHKJJ XVEBY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 1100 PER YEAR- I ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 27 1905 WHAT Richmond needs and needs badly is a good Commercial Club composed of her energetic wide awake business men men who are for the upbuilding ami substantial growth of our city We can look about us and see our neighbor towns getting ahead of us in this matter There is no doubt but that such an organiza tion tends to increase a town or citys growth and insures more business and more prosperous times Whyshould Richmsnd sit still in this matter The past few years have revealed a marked progressive spirit here but now the one thing lacking is an organized body or club of our business men whose object will be the con tinual growth and a general revival in business lines in the city There is no question as to Richmond having splendid facilities as to localityetc We arc in the very heart of Madison one of the richest counties in the State We have in our midst the finest schools churches and other public building that are the pride of our town We also have some hust ers when it comes to our business men but the missing link the thing necessary to keep a lively interest and put Richmond on a basis with the first cities in the State is a Commor cial Club There is no reason abso lutely none why a Commercial Club should not be organized here See to it brother merchants and business men in general and let such a club be organized which will start the whc il of commercial growth and trade re more than ever before CityjLetTIlE question who is the Eighth Congiessional District going to send to Congress next time keeps coming up Almost every day we hear it People are already beginning to think the matter over and are looking for a man who will not only bo able to car ry the District but one who will represent it creditably after election We have given the matter no little consideration ourselves A number of good men have already been named Some of them would make good Con gressmen but not a single man has yet been mentioned who in a general election could poll a big vote We have in mind anti we arise to nominate a man who can come more nearly measuring up to the high standard andcarrying out the ancient tradi tions of the Democratic partythan any young man in the districta man who is universally popular ad mired wherever he is known and as an orator anti public speaker stands today head and shoulders above any Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear mere is only one way to cure deafness awl that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 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 be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is noth- Ing but an inflamed condition of tle mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars fir any case of Deafness caused b catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send lor circulars free F J CUENEY lo Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pill for consti patton QUALITY Is our watchword We dont sacrifice quality for price but we do give you values in House Furnishing Goods that are not surpassed by anyone If you see the new fall styles in Floor Coverings alone that we are showing you will be just as enthusiastic about them as Je areand this is only one of our six departments We take a House and make a Home CMm j Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere If the skin then boils pimples rashes If the nerves then neuralgia nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach appetiteYour remedy used for 60 years KeturnhiR from the Cuban oar I we i a JSaraaparmaIF C UOEIILHR Scranton la COAlUjniggUU Impure hood thebowolsman in the Eighth district He is clean honest fearless aggressive Democratic to toe core and we be Hove if ho chooses to make the race In can win over any other man who is proposed Theman reerred to is none other than Dick Miller of Madison county who is well known throughout the district and who will likely be elected Speaker of the Honse at the next session of the Legislature Who seconds our nominationS W Menefee in Kentucky Advocate Sep tember 22 1905 The above notice is indtc Ja credit to editor Mcnefeo and all Madison should take off her hat to one who so liberally compliments one of her most gifted sons It is useless to say that the words of high praise are just and most worthily bestowed for all who know our fellow townsman and his wonderful attainments which reach to Jnagnetism can and do second all that Brother Menefee has said Roger Williams Buys Witt Lewiss Greit Fox Dog RedAsreat Fox Race JOES LICK KY Sept 23t 1905 Special to Climax placeinnight Tho race began at oclock and did not end until the next morning at 130 Ten and onehalf hours of the hardest running that one ever listened to Nearly twenty dogs started in the chase and only five were in the run at thp finish Fifteen old fox hunters were present and all declare it to have been the finest and hardest race they ever heard The country is not the best to run over being very rough andabounding in cliffs The dogs that ownedbvnudlIaIland Nhger owned by the Misses Terrill DradIporkimaticenone sightcenAtbenKyrepresenting dollars This dog will be run in the atBardstown andhasallFlycomptny in the world- A TRU Fox HUNT JIB J5tt Little Love Stories Mr Rowland Reams of this city and Miss Sudie Asher of Red House were united in the holy bonds of wedlock last Wednesday by Squire Jas Dykes Thomas S Warren and Miss Fannie Long and Irvine Davis and Miss Nora Warren all of Madison county were married at the courthouse in this city on Saturday by Judge A D Ford Central Record The following dispatch from Les ington appeared in Thursdays C urier Journal C S West and Miss Lydia- A Noe a romantic couple of Paint Lick Ky chose the dome of the court house here as the place to have their wedding celebrated to day When the Rev Otis Ilughson performed the ceremony the couple stood under th great bell of the courthouse 200 ftet above the earth The news ot Mr Philip Gentrve ma riage last week in Armenia III came as quite a surprise to hielttives and friends here liS no intimation had been given out The fortunate young lady was Mibs Viola Wright a native of Louisville but lately a resi dept of AtgHiita She is said to be a most attrartivo young women Mr Gentry is a son of Mr and Mrs Martin Gentry of this county and is a steady upright young man He and his bride Ole now visiting his parents The Cli max extends congratulations- The Shelbyville News of last week had the following notice Mr Talbott is well remembered here having been- a student for several years at Old Central University Miss Katherine Bird of Shelby county and the Rev Addisou A Talbolt of Versailles were married last Tuesday evening at 630 in the historic old Mulberry Presbyterian church a few miles from Shelby ntnciatnsMissMr and Mrs Geo C Bird Mr Tal bott is a young Presbyterian minister who was graduated last May from the Louisville Seminary Both Mr and Mrs Talbott are under appointment as- missionaries to China by the Southern ForeignMissions monthsThe of Mr Charles II Jett and Miss Angelina Cobb came as a pleasant surprise to friends here The nuptials occurred last Wednesday in Jeireisonville Indiana Tho promn a son of Mr Shelby Jett one oltiiis countys most prominent farmers Until recently he was the polieand accommodating clerk at the Country positionof sterling worth possessed with those upatroegentlemanIfe i appearance and is just tlau kind of man that any woiran could feel proud to rail husband His bride is a na tive of Danville and is a vourit lal f wellknownaunt Mrs Thomas Phelps The Cli max extends congratnalations and sailingDEATH yoarpdiedVanderpool Valley View last Tus day after an illness of two years The nine months old child ol Mr ValleyViewwore interred in the NicholasviHe cemetery The YU Stock Company Special mention should be made ot StockCompany MondayOctoberthe bestknoc people of tie vauda villa stage They do not give von the old time sinning and dancinealone but aotdakeanypatt wiidevhlefeatureu rt tialeeMd1ioiji t i rr =l i Incorporttel The Burley Tobacco Growers ABBO elation was incorporated last 1sday with a capital stock of S1500QOO dif vided into 150000 shares The principal offices will be in Lexington although branch offices will be established in other places The nature of the business proposed is the buying sellirg and dealing in both leaf and manufactured tobacco Business is to commence immediately after the articles have been filed Not less than ten nor more than fif teen director shall manage the Ijlisi ness of the company and the highest amount of indebtness is limited to l0000SFor two years an effort has been made to form an organization of grow ers to fight the so called Tobacco Trust the promoters designing to jorm so large a combination of the growers as to control the crop which was to be sold direct to the manufacturers or In extreme cases to be manufactured by the company itself Rex Arbuckle a Winner Mr Robert Walker informs us that the great stallion Rex Arbuckle was winner in the harness class for stal lions four years and over at the great State Fair in Lexington last week Hn was victor over such horses as Ber nadotta 2291 and others of equal fame On Saturday he won the sweepstake ring for harness stallions any age Rex Arbuckle has not been defeated a time this season a record his owners should feel very proud of 36 t4 Cata4- 1c4caMa r j No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con coctions are taken into the stoma when Hyomei is used Breathed through the inhaler the balsamic heal ing of Hyomei penetrates to the most remote cells of the nose and throat and thus kills the catarrhal germs heals the irritated inri aa membrane stid Kivef acLY Vand permanent cure j is the simplest most pleasant and the only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit SKOO extra brtte 50 cents For sale by B L Middelton STOCK REPORTi C C McDonald buyer of S and S of New York purchased at Mt Sterl ing Saturday of W T Phelps 83head ofexport steers at five cents The cat tin will weigh 1600 pounds average and are an extra good bunch H S Caywood of North Middle town sold to Simon Weil 35 export cattle averaging 1400 pounds at fiv- ecentsE Thomas bought in Mont goniery 18 feeding cattle avereimig 225 pound at 4 cents Paris Ken tuckiau Messrs Wagers and Benton bought of Lackey and McKinney five 1200 lb cattle at 4e and from Pleas Benton pricr1heUrandetiberg Brothers bought of Juk e Herudon 17 cattle weighing 1025 at 3J Winchester CourtJ A Ramsey re ports about 300 cattle on the market Market brisk at lower prices Best prices obtained was for 7 head 1210 Ib steers 1 40 Twenty 820 Ib steer S3 30 per hundred Thirtyfour 800 yearling steers 395 Sixteen 660 Ib yearliny steers 2 65 Twentyeigbt700lbheilPr 2 65 69 ordinary to fair mule celts S30 to 60 per head 31 fair mule costs S55 40 extra mule colts 75 A large crowd in town itIt Sterling Court The Advocate says there were between 000 and 000 cattle on the market Trade was brisk and good ptices were the rule Among the sales were the following 18 bel- tersSOOibaat310 21 yearlings 750 S325 11 steers 400 lbaS3 25 j25 heifer 800 Ibs 3 10 stetrs 800 lbs 3 2- 5l6steers900lb375alot of cows 000 Ibs S2 51 12 yearlings 750 Ibs S3 50 12 heifers 6oO Ibs 2 75 14 steers 900 Ibs S3 25 23 steers 950 Ibs at 375 Extra Good Attraction The Wonderland Park theater has the strongest and best attraction of its his SquareOperacongratulated on securing the company and Manager Frank Kintzing who is in charge of the company is to be con gratulated for presenting such an excellent and pleasing group of singers There are twenty in the list and all well equipped vocally poe sedof act tog ability and costumed attractively Park attractions usually have many points that are to be overlooked or treated considerately considering cir tuinstances but this company needs no excuses and is of sufficient strength to step immediately into regular seas n business Last night the old familiar airs and fun of Said Pasha werepresnted and pleasingThemuch to arouse or keep up enthusiasm but the singers went through their parts regardless of conditions and the result was n delighted though small audience Monday evenings are how ever always considered off nights In a weeks engagement and future engage ments and future business will be brighterIn of the singing of last nights piece practically every member of the company could be mentioned with credit Miss Leone Watson the prima donna is a dainty young lady with a most attractive sonrano voice and cliarmlngactingability Her ren of pnrtnt Serena was most ple llS ing tbroughoutand her solo Cupid an- dIln the first act was delightful Jesse Highlands made an impressive queen and Elsie Gibson did lclever character bit iu the thankless role ot Ballah the ugly daughler ot the RHJah Great strength centers in Martin 1ache who was the Mexican and who has a bari tone volceof grand opera requirements which he uses in a most satisfactory manner His woik last evening came very close to Leing the best attraction of the evening Tnos Haves as Said BeyOhmothers even down to this end of the chorus sang well The Hadad and Nockev of Wilbur Cox and Elrlie Fin riPe were really funny Mr Flavtlles vocal imitation pfa bag pipe is actually worth a trip to the park alone A special orchertra is used Danville find Daily Democrat Theaboye company will appear at at the Grand Opera House tonight for one performance only See advertisement elsewhere j PERSONAL j LexingtonMonday cityMonday LexingtonMrs H C Hargis was In Beatty ville Sunday Miss Emma Hendren was in Lex ington Saturday LexiDgtonlast LexingtonlastMr ColemAn Neff has returned from French Lick Springs Miss Marion Noland has been visit Ing in Winchester SpeRtSatutdayi Mrs KU laRy b yiwtlHg r lU VM 2 i r l9 l oii y t In Maros Illinois Trfrs Neale Bennett and children Jiave been visiting in Irvine Mr and Mrs B H Luxon attended the Fair at Lexington Friday Mr yDowitt Vance of Franklin Visited friends here Wednesday Mr D Ehret Flora has gone to French Lick Springs for his health Mrs L P Todd is at home after a pleasant Viajt to friends in Chicago Misses Sara Shackelford and Van Grtenleaf were in Lexington last week SundayinReedH visltmghecasterMrs f Arpurryof Harrodsburg spent 1118t Mrs E E Weav ir Miss Maggie Rayburn has been vis Tting Mr Herbert Scrivner in Win chesterMiss Sora White of Vallew View is visiting Miss Laura Douglas in exlngton Mr R L Gentry left Monday for a lusiness trip through Ohio and West Virginia Miss Mincie Davidson of Irvine is the guest of Miss Bernice Taylor near town daughtersill with scarlet fever Mr Ray Gott has returned to Lancaster aftr n illness of two months with typhoid fever Messrs W E Luxon Jr Irvine HumeandJoe Chenault attended the State Fair last week Miss Ailene Watts of Lexington is the attractive guest of her sister MrsjI M Blanton Mr If slie Rice of Louisville was a guest last week of his brother Mr Z T Rice and family Mrs C G Cooks of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs Wm Crowe on Oak street Miss Rutina Rugles of Cicinnati has arrived and is with Miss K V Schmidt as trimmer passedthroughhome from Winchester Miss Ada Youngof this county was among ladv riders at the State Fair last Thursday Miss Mary Todd of Speedwell has returned from a visit to Air and Mrs T L Todd in Winchester Mrs G G Prewitt leturned last week from a visit to her sister Mrs W D Oldham in Lexington Mr A C Green of Cincinnati was here Thursday shaking hands with od friends and acquaintances guestsMrsattended the State Fair last week Mrs M C Kellogg attended the wedding of Miss Katherine Smith to Mr Julien Van Winkle yesterday Mrs J W Smith and sons Withers and Preston attended the Van Win klcSmith nuptials in Lexington yer terdayMr and Mrs D D Centers of Es tillcounty returned home Saturday after a visit to Mr ant Mrs Ihomab Vaughn Mr J Tevis Wilkerson well known here has been elected president of the new Union Bank Trust Co of Lexington Miss Henrietta Epperson of Clark county has been visiting her aunt Miss Lucy Adams and other relatives in this city Mr W R Shackelford attended the cotillion in Paris last Thursday even ing given by Misses Mary Clay and Sallie Lockhart MaryClayCynthianaMr and Mrs Clark returned to SpeeHwell Saturday after a visit the latters uncle Mr Charles Baker and familyat Lexington Miss Dora Neff entertained with a moonlight party at Lake Reba last week in honor of her guest Miss Renfro of Versailles Mr end Mrs Travis Hayden and Misses Ella and Eilie Hayden of Wood lawn Mo are visiting Mr and Mrs H W IladeD at Newby daughterthlana were guests last week of Mr and Mrs W D Oldham Miss Lee Pratber enroute home from a western trip spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather in Lexington Mr and Mrs G W Nippert and guestslastSquire and Mrs J D Dykes Mrs Mary Dodge Maddox of Jack sonville Fla arrived last week to visit Mrs J W Smith and remain until after the Van WinkleSmith wedding Miss Florie Smith of Winchester has oecn spending a few davs here with Miss Rebecca Gaitskill enroute to Nazareth to attend SchoolLex ingto Herald Dr V J Doty and daughter Miss Eunice ofaort Worth Texas are here visiting Mr John Dotyand other awayfrom After spending a few days In Cin- cInnati Miss Eva Munday has returned to Richmond to take charge of the trimming department in the mil finery establishment of Farley Marsh Harrodsburg Herald Miss Sue Lydia Smith the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Smith has entered the New England Conservatory of Music at Boston For seveial jears Miss Smith attended the Mary Baldwin Institute at Staun tun Va Mr Louis Scblegel the artist of Richmond and indeed WtJ might say of Kentuck was in Irvine this week taking views and pictures for Col E C Park to publisq in his History of Irvine and Etill County Mr Schlegels fame is second to none in his businessEstill Herald Little Miss Pearl Anderson the bright daughter of Mr and Mrs Jas Arderson her seventh birthdayanniversary with a lovely party yesterday afternoon to which quite a number of her young friends were invited The folks made merry for quite a while and thorough ly enjoyed the delicious refreshments that were served The engagement is announced of Mr John Henry Marr of Fayette county and Miss Georgie Letton of Carlisle The wedding will be cele brated in October Miss Letton is a lovely girl bright and attractive and has recently returned from a visit to friends here Mr Marr is one of Fa yette countys most popular and pros perous young men and has a host of Friends who extend congr tulations Lexington Herald Miss Letton is well known here having attended Madison Institute and later visited it the Breck home Mr and Mrs C L Griggs of College Hill celebrated the twentieth anniversary their wedding on last Friday A superb dinner was served and the number of handsome china presents attested to the popularityof this splendid couple Among those present were Mr and Mrs L E Griggs of Mt Sterling Miss Mattie E Griggs of Winchester Mr and Mrs I C Rncker of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs James Elkin of Versailles Mr and Mrs W T Griggs and Mr and Mrs David McKinney of this city and the following from College Hill Miss Annie Grinstead Mr and Mrs John Willoughby Miss Mollie Norris Mr and Mrs Younger Norris and Mr and Mrs Wallace Norris Miss Martha McChesney of St Louis arrived Saturday morning for a visit to her aunt Mrs Samuel Ben nett on Woodland avenne Mr and Mrs Bennett hai as guests for the Fair last week Hon and Mrs Thomas J Smith Misses Belle and Helen lien nett of RichmondMrs A R Btirnun and Miss Madge Burnam Mrs Henry Perry Miss Gladys Perry and Miss Sarah White all of Rich mond spent last week In the city attending the fair Mr and Mrs George Simmons of Richmond visited Mrs S J Frost and family the latter part of the week Mrs R E Turley Mrs Joe Chenault Mrs Spears Miss Minnie Wagers Miss Anne Benret Cohen Mrs Samuel sties and Miss Carry Rice were among Visitors from Richmond attending the State Fair Saturday Mr D C Covington and Mrs Hanna E Cov ington President of the Rebekah State Assembly I O O F Mrs Pipesdelegatesgo to Richmond to attend the State Assemblv Lexington Leader Public Sale We will sell on Tuesday Oct 17 05 on the premises one of the best farms in Madison county out of which to make money This tract of land con trains about 800 Acres and is located on the pike leading from Speedwell to Brassfield and is J mile from the depot on tIme L A R and the same distance from the tele phone and telegraph offices On this tract of laud there is a good dwelling house of seven rooms smoke house two good barns and all neces sary outbuildings There are on this tract of land three never failingsprings and the whole farm is well watered and well fenced This tract ot land will be divided nd suit in two tracts and then as a whole TERMSOnehalf of the purchase money in 12 moiths with interest from date and the remainder in two years with interest from date with a lien reserved on the land Approved notes to be given by the purchaser HenryRayburngood feeding cattle 130 choice ewes bred tn thoroughbred bucks 2 thorough yearlinshEHersextra good calf 35 fattening hogs weight about IfiO pounds 2 brood mares and colts 2 yearold fillv 1 cow and calf 1 mare mule 4yearsold 1 3 earold horse mule 2yearold horse mules 1 rockaway horse extra gcod walking mare 150 barrels of corn in the field 25 stacks timothy hay 200 bales timothy hay new rockaway 1 new buggy two horse wagon 1 mowing 1 Randall harrow and turning plows This personal property will he sold on a credit till January 1 1906 All sums under 10 cash and all sums over that amount credit will be given till Junnary 1906 Notes for the personal property made negotiable and payable at the Madison National Bank H Rayburn W B Smith rcWE INAUGURATE THE v FALL SEASON v t- I with the most elaborate display ever see in our shop 5 The New Models from Paris in Hats Bonnets and Millinery Accessories ttJt Allover Lace and Dresden Silk Waists and Many IttIwill revel in this display Each Day Duiing the Fair tIttJ e Embry CoOutfitters to Women 141 East Main Street LiexingtonXL k Kentucky A iUH1hL r F E f Jflj vu jj J f w 1 i t eo J WK J l JN L DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c urkeys Turkeys Turkeys GUARANTEED POULTRY CURE If a man should look you straight in the eye and say I can do so ands you would probably wonder if he could But if then and there in black and white prove that he tIcould you would think that he was right We will proves1 to you that we have a remedy for Turkeys and Chickens that we guarantee to cure Cholera Limberneck and Roup C 4oryour money back for the asking Save your Turkeys tt- S and Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy rt 4Price50 cents deliverycharges prepaid W Farmers Commission Co Lexington Kentucky TURKEYS KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky Ladies and Girls Readytowear Garments What is Generally Accepted as Correct Gray in all its shades has by universal ac ceptance been proclaimed the king of colors for autumn 1905 The most reliable fashion delineators hinted rome time ago that this would be the case so we took the hint and turned our thoughts and endeavors toward bringing together a contrasting assortment of correctly and stylishly modeled suits in various shades of gray theI Every true womans aim is to be stylishly dressed and no woman canIbe considered stylishly dressed unless she is co rrectly dressed getting suit here you are assured of the latter therefore argument would be superllous our stock of suits being at once cor ret stylish and in every way firstclass One graceful long coated model at 2500 is composed of best quality homespun cloth in a stone gray shade A model forming an ideal uall occasion suit being ser viceable yet essentially dressy cut upon mannish lines and carrying unique individuality with them which makes them distinct from all others Tailored Suits 12 to 75 Separate Skirts = 5 to 25 Silk Waists 5 to 35 Railroad fares refunded on all purchases of 30 or more Kaufman Straus i Co LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED Bl4t TON 5 GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 Priendly Warning No Need to be Alarmed about Stomach Troubles if you use Mi onaCure Guaranteed by B L Middelton The most frequent affection of the stomach is catarrh as the delicate membrane which lines the stomach is easily irritated by harmful food or overeating Keep a strict watch for the first symptoms of stomach trouble Take this friendly warning in the spirit in which it is given and profit by It Shortness of breath black specks before the eyes furred tongue dizziness belching of gases or sour food weakness and debility ara all signs of catarrh of the stomach There is no need to be unduly alarmed for this disease can be cured by MIona It is The Young Printers Opportunity The largest bank printing and supply house in the world offers permanent employment and training for young men who have had two or more years experience in newspaper or Job officer We pay goon wages from the start and look after the welfare of apprentices both in and out of working hours Model plant and ideal surroundings in one of Americas most beautiful cities An open shop not union hut pay- Ing skilled workmen more than union scale Write for further particulars giving character reference and name of last or present employer Addrep A M Jlossbreflner Supt Levey Bros e Co U S Bank Note Co indwBap oii fed the only remedy that strikes at the root of the evil and actually cures disease It does not contain opium any form acids alcohol or any thelharmful drug or chemical It is a remedy that heals the Irritated membranr stimulates the solar plexus and aids digestion Ask B 1 Middelton to Show you the guaranteed under which he sell Min na It costs bnt 50 cents a box and your money is returned if it does n t held you a WELCOME Mr and Mrs Jay Lackey are welcoming a son who was born Monday evening Leslie P Evans Jr Is the rame of the handsome son that arrived last Friday to make his home with Mr and Mrs L P Evans The proud par ents have the good wishes of a host 01 friendsCongratulations are being showered upon Mr and Mrs E Tatt Burnam over the birth of a handsome fOB The little man has been christined Curus F Barnw Jr ia hoBO of his distiu ewd nsHtkc u 2 iT m 1 d y i to I m R fe tr rt OR i J SALE 2ooeAincyr ytNo 700A fine dairy farm of 53 TCS just out side city limits of iuhmond Ky Now eight room yible story frame dwelling with largekged especially for dairy Well ateied and fenced all in grass a location Price and terms reas abler 70177 acres fine blue grass ind two and onehilt miles from jchinond on one of the best pikes in jejcounty dwelling of five rooms irge barn splendidly watered ood neighborhood and is certainly or seapat the price 7650 pr acre NO 702120 acres of firstclass ind two miles from Richmond nil grass is very productive and to the growth of any of the Preals common to this county Well Catered and fenced The improve nts of a handsome frame 3sidunce of ten rooms in pair all necessary outbuildings a rfge stock barn almost new This a fine place well improvedand Vulpped and just the right distance in town No 708117 acres on good pike leefonrth mile from town The Id has been in blue grass for years el is adopted to the growth of sloP tobacco corn or wheat has fencing and an abundance of lock water A seven room new cot age house with bath good cellar Iiother necessary outbuildings Jijs one is located just right and is are to please No ou g 704105 acres land all in blue rass fine sod onehalf mile from Richmond small residence of four oms good stock barn is well wa ed and fenced and will be sold moneylllM No M145 acres two and one all milesout onono of the most opular pikes leading into Richmond sidenco is a tenroom frame mod rn in construction and has all need conveniences All smaller out ildings and two good stock barns ne teuant house Fencing is in per eet repair good garden and plenty Mruit and shade This is consid red one of the prettiest homes in the Sunty and is cheap at the price sked RJo 70620G acres about one and ncrhalf miles west of Richmond on a ood pike all in blue grass except arden good orchard residence of ix rooms and all necessary outbuild 5gs A part of this and is virgin oil and most all will produce hemp rtobacco This is a rare opportuni to get a fine farm as this kind is eldom offered for sale Terms easy hNo 707113 acres tobactio land ne mile from Paint Lick Ky one hird in grass balance crop two tenet houses three barns under good nce never failing water price t60 er acre Terms easy and possession suit purchaser flNo 708 257 acres land on pike en miles from Richmond Good ten qm tobacco barn stick barns two siacnbes can be divided into two jkfnis giving residence with each is mostly in grass well jncedland finely watered price 55 erac3repNo 75 acres fine land at irksilIe Ky divided into Jour water in every field part of Borland in blue grass balance in tivation This land grow to aecb hemp corn or wheat fine- ieijihborhood and good schools and Imrchcs village of Kirksville esidence adjoining can be sold with rand No 710115 acres about onehalf mile from city limits all in grass ell catered by ponds and brooks cing good dwelling butt cistern orchard garden and table everything in firstclass con ition and cheap at loo per acre Terms easy No 711294 acres about two miles from Richmond with elegant ten room residence tobacco arid stock iarns well wateied and good fencing session given January 1st 1906 free 15600 Easyterms V feNo 712255 acres all will grow npor tobacco on pike 8 miles from The farm is nearly all in island is well equipped in every an excellent frame house jfwi rooms good barnes and ont d stock rentyof aterMenclng firstclass ia Iin producer and will pay well on our investment Easy payments bl3lrt nrTCS spendid land 71 BoWof Richmond in one l rIcheiecions of MadIson coun ri r ia uod pIke A splendId evidence of eight rooms in good re- eitrtwo bal 8 splendid ypung or clisteredafld fenced A JconVrafrnd a good farm Price JO acreS 17U1 acres unimproved land all stinne from town This fertH and a money 10Im4lodnlong v T Prperty ou1roiloipehaIf acre s of te- pais tk0bt aDd cellar gb d corn- dious stable poultry house and garden andper outbuildings iefruit located on one of bes ieridenee streets in JRichmqnd price i6o Terms liberal U0 1101Nice twustorysixroom treet near cen Hhleaee on a good r of the city lot j5x2oo feet goolS abe and garden residence tcls CQfl1tIOR ned is a very rtrihlo tome aiM chespat 2ooo ll02TwstOrF brick resl Yd eeof ten rooms OR West Main kitcke halls bathroom and iwt e tfront and side porck- esiiil root Ddis nicely finished I lot is 9ox4o ainl otker iJen3table easy termgs MHpeetfon ii in r frai iorPottnhIties to this f1oSOne acre lot with orchard stabk IsH IEIDIg grdeiz A good busIng ai d4 bs exoelleit nd r oodJJ1iLcan b L- auii with thiapruPry- 1 1Harrodsburg No8 5 acres ofland and Sb room brick bargulnWater neqrtownproperly framedwelling g Danville pike one mile from town Price low No 48 A large lr room dwelling blAck- smith and wood chop on Main and Lexington streets onLexingtoncation thelate10 rooms equipped with bath cellar and all landWillfoot front with dwelling ofHarrodsburgvation well wateredt y running streams and 5 twotenant A No 100 309 acres near Danville pike 3 largeWillofliarrodsburghouse crib and diary Terms easy No 169 61 acres 2 i miles from town on nt ood pike 10 room houiebarnwell fenced and watered Improvedand outbuildings No 193 120 acres hemp and tobacco land dwellingburnNo 363 acres good land on pike three wellfenCedlargeco barns J40 per Here 201 413 acres blue grass land well fenced outbuildingsNo 202 498 acres well improved 4 milesout on good pike nearly all in grass J62 acre pikelargeabundance of water mlleafromhouseSlargedivisions of 66 and acres house to each Itarrodsburg lOObothNo 230 251 acres on pike within IS mile grauLargeand numerous outbuildings well fenced well watered by ponds wells and springs tobaccolandgood tobacco barn well watered No 218 101 acres on Danville pike mite out 6 room dwelling barn and outbuildings onLexingtonframedwellingoutbuildings Price low No 257 120 acres in Washington county outbuildIngsorchardall in grass except 15 acres Price 2500 roomdwelling riverlandImprovementa fromflanvllleroom dwelling barn etc Price 1675- 0No26 5 1M acres on Salt riverSmlles out dwellingand pikeImprvementa No 275 650 acres C miles from town improvement roomdwellingNo 277 66 unimproved land well fenced No 278 100aces with good improvement 6500 andbuildingsNo 281 211 acres of first class land three miles from Danville Land in line state of cultivation well improved with 10 room 2 barns and outbuildings pikehandsomestock barns and two large tobacco burns brickdwellingNo 290 4 acres on pike land fertile five ootbuildingsNo 291 60 acres on pike 4 miles outland roomdwellingtNo 292 37 acres small two room dwelling 30 per acre No 293 20 acres of hemp land i miles of Lancaster on Stanford pike modern 8 room dwelling burn and outbuildings Price low No 294 205 acres 2 miles of Lancaster on aiorydwellingNo 297 22 acres In HaJrodsbnrg with 11 room dwelling No 208 400 acres of bottom and timber laud Much of this land Is bottom land and fertile well improved with 3 dwellings barn and outbnllkings No29 Ill acres good tobacco land in good state of cultivation good fencing and veil watered two alory 10 room dwelling two barns and outbuildings Price 7250 No 300 4 acres with 5 room cottage and barn In town limits Price No 301 93 acres Of first class land f miles out on GOod pikeQne location five room dwelling barn etc well fenced and n alered No 805 2 acres and good 0 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Climrx bldg Richmond Ky or Rue Curry Harrodsburj Ky IT GIVES THE REST RESU- USTheSMITFbNIA UGHT Ai CD b ecrTRUSS Satisfactionjgnaranted For sale by byPnRnY TlUMAS rDiamonds Watches Crocks 4 Cutglassj Jand Precious Stones J1of very description tIIThese are some of the to be wand at Lane 8 Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane J will fix them If your rlnJtt J needs reeettiim Ukd It to JjmeV h IIfix that too If want anything that ttI cnlJoefollBd in a first CUH Jewelry etablIsliment W to Lanes Hew well fixed in the kind of articles LELane- c jeweler and Optician 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS tCOUNSELLORS RICHMOND KENTUCKY in John Bennetts old law office over rrl Thomas drug stor- eD W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY r G G PerryP- hysician and Surgeon Hnnrs 830 toll am 2 to 4 p mIOffice with Dr Dales over Rice Arnr Vt Kea Tele S HICHMONf lrYI IN MILLER ATTOKXBTATLAW BioniioxD KasrooxT Office n the Barnam Building next door to trmers National Bank eb3lr JA suIrLrv ATrORNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street R Burnam A R Btirnam Jr A R BURNAM SON ATTO EYSATLA W A Ilurnnma former office 9Ialn ft- KICIIMOM ICY DR LANDMAN- Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Oct 11 1905 Heals Burns and Cuts Without leaving ugly scars A Louisville Chemist has succeeded in perfecting which will be greatly by every mother and house keeper owing to the peculiar and quick manner in which it heals burns cuts and bruises This new product is Paracarnh Pirst Aid to the When applied to a burn the pain stops in from one to two minutes and the wound heals without leaving ugly blemishes and scars When applied to a cut it stops the bleeding very and heals the wound from the scabbingThetact It goes straight to the interior cells soothing and nourishing theinjured nerves Many persons go through life dis figured with ugly scars from burns and cuts The conditions however have been changed since Paracamph is furnished to the public at a very reason able price This new remedy is a household necessity and mothers will find it far more useful than vaseline witch hazel arnica old salves and liniments Every family should keep Paracamph in the home all the time Druggists all over the country are putting Paracamph in stock and if your dealer does not handle it ask him to get it for you If however he manuICacturers50c and 100 bottles Manufactured b ThePasaamph Company Louisville KyI FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas 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 pure poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5I 250 5II II bottles 3 u New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er aovlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY MF Enright First Street vM Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce lii Bennett Building anly TELEPHONE 19 For Rent Nice store room on Second street mitable for grocery or other line of nerchandise Apply to Judge J C Jhenault or this oflice t- fMARKSn DODD cta DDDDJ USE CIfICINNATI IBootsShoesRubb rs Public Sale Ijwill sell at public sale on Thursday Oct 5 OE at my late residence 2 miles on the Lexington pike at 10 oclock a m the following described property to wit 12 heal of yearlings 9 head o 2year old cattle 5 mUch cows 2 yearling heifers 1 yearling Herford bull 4 bull calves 22 extra good work mule all mare mules but three 1 brood mare 7years old 1 yearling saddle mare 1 yearling mare mule 1 woanlinj mare mule 2 McPormick binders 2 corn planters with check rows attachments 4 rasn seed 2 disc wheat drills C cultivators double hovels 1 mowing machine 1 hay rake 1 corn crusher and pawe 1 disc ulow 5 Vulcan plows 1 Sandal harrow- I Thomas harrow 1 torn marker 2 hurdles 1 corn shelter Scutting boxes 3 farm wagons frames and beds 1 fod tier 1 slop wagon 1 horse cart carriage 1 board 1 hog box 2 Urge lard kettles 5 sets oi stripper or art harness 2 ets of buggy harness II sets of wagon IiarqnsB 1 set of lead harness 8 sets of plow gear 1C collalll- i5 blind bridles cotton wheat sacks 250 grass seed sacks 150 bilsilsis- of blue seed 2 barrels of appln vinegar 1 chair swintr 1 50 gallon oil tank 16 cattle troughs 100 shocks of sugarcane 250 bales of nice timothy hay and aI kinds jof farming iinola meets too nnmeroi s to Also heboldaad kitch ti furaliwe with some handsome carpets Terms made known on day of sl A DCHaxu1vhlL- angToni Chef3iFnl f s RUN HOME ON 25000 Ive Bachelor Maids of Gotham Keep House on This Modest Sum Yearly Description of Booms New York Five young women of New Yorks social set known to helr friends as bachelor maids have at attention by a recent discussion the expenditures of keeping a menage in the metropolis The five ire Miss Olive Trowbridge Miss Margaret A Chanler Miss May Van Alen Miss Faith Moore and Miss Evelyn Van Wart The average yearly expenditure of each of these young women is 25000 The bachelor establishment of Miss Faith Moore differs from that of the other girls In many respects Fifteen thousand dollars a year is the price of for her luxurious flat In the Estates building at Sixtieth street and Fifth avenue Miss Moore is 25 years old and Is the daughter of J G who died in 1899 leaving his youngestIi daughter with a fortune of 7000000 She gets a good deal of space luxud ous fittings convenience and copjfpjX for her 15000 a year in a city rpa ment The elevator opens into a la t clous hall from which one entqSr ai foyer that corresponds to the mrlna fjae hall In a country house The din lay room 18 by 20 feet opens oft thls with a kitchen and butlers pantry in the i Fifth avenue corner The drawingroom adjoins tht din ingroom and is 20 by 25 fret TvWl the library Is 15 by 20 Thorn aro three bedrooms and a boudoir in the apartment besides a room for a feooKT and two for the maid servants riTTb t butler has a room on the ii II e or the building where all the men ro ants are quartered UNEARTHS QIANT GORILJAS New Species Found In Algiers bne of Animals Was Seven Feet Six Inches In Height f Paris1tt Eugene lirusseai a French official and an explorei UAII Just returned from Algiers brl with him photographs of giant jfrrtt las one of which was killed by hJs cort of native sharpshooters 107 The animal is of great sUe Yetn seven feet six inches In height fEift the width of the shoulders In fcuV feet vli One of Its hands when cutrrweighed six pounds while the c turned the scale at 720 pounds and tho united efforts of eight native soldiers were necessary to drag It to the French residency at Ouesson the administra tive center of Central Sangha where M Dupont the government adminis trator burled the animal and so pre served the skeleton During the last 12 months several travelers have reported the presence in the upper valleys of Lonanl and Sangareah of these enormous gorillas which have never previously been seen while the Arabs state that several times the beasts have attacked caravans passing through the valleys These monster gorillas differ in many respects from all others hitherto known The ears are remarkably small and the skin Is almost bare on the chest and stomach while tho shoul ders and thighs are covered with long tnlck hair M Brusseaux believes that they belong to a new or at any rate hitherto unknown species COWBOY ROPES BIG SNAKE Chloroform Boa as Final Means to End the ReptileStruggle for Three Hours Sidney NebFor three hours a dozen employes of the Gasklll Carnival circus struggled with a huge bol- constrictor which had escaped from burning animal car belonging to the company All the other animals which were In the car were burned to death The big snake crawled from the car which was sidetracked and succeeded in get ting to the woods along Lodge Polo creek Here It was found and the battle began A cowboy was engaged to rope the snake He threw the lariat over Us headthe first trial but the snake role lowed the horse too swiftly and th o cowboy dropped the end of the rope and kept on going The snake which was 22 feet long wrapped itself around a tree and was chloroformed but came to life whlilt six men were lifting Its folds box It threw several folds around James Long and almost killed him before It could be loosened KAISER GIVES TO CHURCH German Monarch Declares He Will Pay for Lighting Cathedral in Moscow Russia Moscow The German Lutheran community of Moscow recently applied to the kaiser asking him to contribute something toward the building of their new church of SS Peter and Paul His majesty replied that he would undertake the lighting of the church and suggested a number of suitable candelabra Moscow artificers were asked to send designs to his majesty but as none of the Russian plans met with the Imperial approbation a wellknown firm in Metz was asked by the kaiser to undertake the matter The kaiser gave thIs firm as the lead- Ing motive the doctrines associated with the names of the Apostles Peter and Paulthat Is to say the firms designers were commissioned by his majesty to give fitting artistic shape In metal to these phrlstian doctrines These will be symbolized in the orna mentation of the huge copper candelabra which will be suspended from tha- dome of the new church Ara you as active in paying a bill you owe as you are In collecting a bill due you STRANGE ADVICE Dr C C Green gives alert attentkm to his great humanitanan contract fla our Almanac for many years putwe have given uanssal advice to those lungtioublesorthem if they did not receive any special 7Sceatsizebotteofdoctor We did not cslc them or esutlisother remedies Our confidence iher jlgivebottle of German Syrup will speedily lieve or cure the worst ur cdb 1 IKOUCJIiSIor lung troebleaand even in bad cases of oonsumj5ov i large bottle of German Syrup will Tppi wonders0 New trial bottles ajc ng Iw size 75CAt11 dru- ggistsjjjajjjluj IFooD pBi 9J18 I PP j SEES IS A MANIAC j COST OF EATASZLES RISES JFAST I ER aHAlN WAGES i 7w v i Statistics of IJTIbor Buiriu Show Slight Loss to1sumeii7earHourS3lirter Higher Washin6nYotiare working under shorter3hjours iou are getting slight the are paying more for yourineciessariesjfcr life and In a gen him eratwa you are a trifle behlntLrour- conditi4a of ajyear ago You are not verY minch behlnd but still you are be hind and th general upwarditendeffcy the fcost olvlng is more rapid than the general tendency of wage Increase age Thts is the conclusion drawn by the JntUed States bureau of labor from th jreiwrts of several thousand experts that bis ve beenemployed In collecting th atistlCtJorwagea and food in the United States Thestireporth of the bureau of labor nave ben regarded as reliable since the introduction of the methods or Carroll Wright They may be summarized to allows his igf 1904 as compared with the average for the ten years from 1890 to 1899 J67 per cent more persons were em ployed hours of labor per week had been he reduced 41 per cent wages per hour hacMjncreased 17 per cent weekly ear- ningger as employe had Increased 122 per sent weekly earnings of all persons em ployed had increased 41 per cent retail jtricjjs of food had Increased 117 per eat1 the wages oboe hour would pur oha3 47 per cent more food and the earnings of a week would purchase 4 per cent more food In 1904 as compared with 1903 the toatl number of employes decreased 6 per cent the hours of labor decreased 7 per cent wages per hour increased 6 per cent weekly earnings per em ptoy decreased 1 per cent The total- weekly earnings of all employs de creased 8 per cent retail prices of foot increased 13 per coal the wages of one hoar would purchase 7 per cent less food and the earnings per employe in a week would purchase 14 per cent less food kin speakng Jlehlr price of food the report says thabtii t1yleldi of Itfsh potatoes n the fanru aile- ywa47127SS lske4 In 19if3 38l03P ylM4 Uiit hit the tn aga1l1Sr productlo fA Hi turevcit an price In many lo alGtes the practically double the price OifiSftOS The articles that marked the greateW difference in price between 1903 and 1904 are flour and lard The average price of flour in 1904 was 1844 per cent higher than the average price in 1903 The average price of lard in 1904 was 719 per cent lower than the average in 1903 or the 30 articles included In the compilation made by the bureau of labor 15 show an advance and 15 a decline But it should not be supposed that the 15 articles showing a decline offset the 15 articles that show an advance because those articles that have advanced In price more largely enter into consump tion QUEER LEGACY LEFT IOWAN Secures Madstone Which Is Said to Cure All DiseasesRegular Patent Remedy Eldora la Through the death of a New York relative E M Healy of Wilson Junction in this state has come into possession of a genuine mad stone which It is claimed Is worth many hundreds of dollars and will cure a snake bite cure hydrophobia and act as a healing agent In almost any kind of illness that flesh Is heir to The stone which is small and about two inches in diameter and looks like a coarsegrained piece of coral was found In the stomach of a deer killed in the Alleghany mountains over 20 years ago and was originally sold for 500 Healy will not sell the stone for any price and claims that he can cure the most violent case of hydropho bla that may occur The stone is very absorbent and is supposed to draw all the poisonous matter from any wound on which it may be placed Mr Healy contends that the stone neutralizes the poison as soon as It is absorbed and only a little warm water Is used to cleanse it after an application The only other stone known to ex 1st In Iowa was on exhibition at the state historical building a number of years ago and created much Interest Mr Aldrich the curator states that the Healy specimen Is the finest that he ever saw and he firmly believes that the mineral will do all that is claimed for it Canned Chicken More than 75000000 pounds of canned chicken is put up every year in the United States and Chicago has the bulk of the business In the can nlng establlshments at the stock yards packing houses the chickens are cleaned cooked and shot Into cans at the rate of 5000 pounds an hour One concern puts up a million pounds a week In the rush season The output of canned chicken In the United States last year was valued at more than 7500000 Can Annex the Moon A professor has discovered that the moon came out of the Pacific ocean This gives the United States and Japan the first claim to the moon when the time to annex arrives Expensive Luxuries in Kansas Junction City Kan has more auto mobiles per capita than any other city In the United States People there are mortgaging their homes to buy autos Why Use That Old Square Piano When you can get tile modern upto date UPRIGHT PIANO anti trade In that old one and on terms tbnt will not cramp you We have tho 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 also have that most wonderful of all PLAYERS the CECILIAN PIANO also the CECILIAN the only PER FEOT PLAYER Come and bo con vinccd for to hear It tslo bo con vinced Prices ripht Terms easy Pianos Mason Hamlin Hazelton Decker Hames BrQs Schubert Dnffiano Mari Hall W ndell 1Kingsbury rgans Armstrong Chicago College MontenegroRithm r jdusicC 1panyn V M148 Wet Maui- 1Yrhev4Ky N ro h 1 RESTORATION OF SIGHT MAKES PBEACHET A LUNATIC Minister Thinking His Restored Vls ton Is Hallucination Goes Raving Mad Taken to an Insane t Hospital Polebrook Coso firm has been belief of Benjamin Taylor an aged minister that his sight restored to after many years ol blindness was merely an hallucination of his brain that he has become insane and ho has sent to the state hospital com- mUted 6y a court Taylor has been blind since middle and his blindness forced him to give up his vocation as traveling preacher All the time he prayed that sight might be restored So great was his belief in the efficacy of his prayer that he was positive that someday be wquld again be able to see light and the green fields and running brooks 9 Recently he awoke and was amazed see the bright sun shining through window It is sight cried the old man and praytut too great When gazed out of the window and saw fields and trees spread out before him lie had seen them years ago ho could not believe his sense had actual Ijjbeen restored to him He rushed out of the building crying to everybody that he was the victim of hallucina tions Try as his friends did to per Eiiade him that his years of prayer had been answered the old man could not make himself believe that his sight had been restored For hours he prayed on his knees that what he thought was his halluci nation might be taken from him and that his mind might have the old peace and darkness again He became violent at the end of the day and was taken to the police station There he exhorted on his knees He was taken before the village court and committed to the state hospital at Middletown Sheriff C a Middle brooks took him to the asylum trying all the time to persuade the aged min that the vision of nature he saw was real and not an hallucination ILLINOIS GETS NEW BANKS State Has 146 More National Insti tution Now Than in March 1900 Capital Increaues h w ttl1lNA bulletin Jwet ledby the compirfcler the currency shows that remarkabl strn s have been made in organizing new ban Illinois during the last five years Since March 14 1900 there have been organized in Illinois 146 national banks with a total capital of 8675000 Of these 100 have a capital of less than 50 000 each and the remaining 46 more than 50000 each Eight more banks have been established in Illinois than In all of the Pacific states Washington Oregon California Idaho Utah Ne vada Arizona and Alaska and 114 more than in all of the New England states The total capital of the national banks organized in Illinois since Marsh 14 1900 is 3590000 greater than the combined capital of all of the national banks organized in New England dur ing that time There are only throe other states in the union which show more national banks established during the last five years than Illinois They are Texas with 285 new banks representing a total capital of 12480000 Pennsylvania with 277 new banks and a total capital of 21637000 and Minnesota with 166 new banks and a total capital amounting to 5611000 In the United States 2631 national banks have been created since March 14 1900 and the amount which they represent in capital is 154982800 BATTLE WITH BIG PYTHON Struggle Takes Place When Reptile Escapes from Cage in San Francisco Store San Francisco Cal With his body wrapped in the crushing writhing culls of a huge Borneo python his right arm gripped in the creatures jaws and gashed to the bone by its fangs Hugo Toedter fought a mighty fight for his life In a wild animal store hereToedter and a fellowemploye F S Rawson had taken the wriggling beast from Its box to measure it and hav ing found that It was 26 feet long 8 Inches in circumference with a weIght of about 400 pounds were aboutto replace It in its lair when itI suddenly shook its tail free from Raw sons grip and literally flung itself upon Toedter Hissing horribly it caught him In its writhing embrace Staggering back against the wall he strove to free himself by tearing with his hands at the glistening folds As the white shin ing fangs buried themselves in the bone and muscle of his arm he saab shrieking to his knees And but lot the timely prying apart by Rawsoo of the reptiles paws a chisel being the weapon employed Toedter would have been killed like a rabbit President Must Get New Stunt It is said the kaiser too is going down In a submarine boat It wit then be up to President Roosevelt tc skin the cat on a trapeze a thousand feet up One of Their Own Set A party of New York brokers caught a fivefoot shark the other day while out yachting As soon as it gave then the sign of recognition they turned loose A Cold Settled in his Kidneys A J Jennesse 9201 Butler St Chicago writes I am switchman and am out in all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kidneys and I was in bad shape I tried several advertised remedies with no benefit until I was recommended to try Fulejs Kidney Cure Twothirds of a bottle cured me Sold by R C StocktonTreat one 58 though you expected a him to some day beyonrenemy A girl need not feel bad because she cannot be president Not any of the boys pf her acxnaintance can be either Cured of Brights Disease Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence 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 kidney medicine and other remedies that were recommended but got DO relief until I began using Foleys Kidney Cure The first half bottle relieved ne and four bottles have curednie of this terrible disease Beforn I began taking lolejs Kidney Cure I sad to make waIcrahoutiIsy fifteen minutes day and nIRWJ h psetia brickdost substaBftvj 4 a sliruo substance I Here 1 would have died if Ibss JIPBH fan toarnf from everyexpslas xceptfl xpejf0nc wUh a woman I1ll It wL I v f CAL FORIDo you want tolive where the climate is IIear round where labor is never Oppressed by stress ofr and where animal vitality is iyejr lost by mere conflict Jcold Do you want to Oivfc in a region where the resources are more varied than in any ther equal area in the world division of great ranches afdika fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minirn9f labor you can and smalllrult oranges lemons grow profitable ol grapes olives prunes and almo4ids alfalfa and grairwhre crops are sure business is good andcapt easily finds proinvestment bCth health and opportunity awaitThen go to Ca1i rnliVhereyour coming The Chicago Union Pacific and North Western Line is the most direct route to the Pacific CoasS and there are two fast through trains di1 via this linVe over lhe famous double track railway between4hicago and he MisuriRiver Special low roun trip rates are in fect via this line throughout the summers to various Picific Coat points and colonist low rate onew4Y tickets will Tfe onSeptember and October whi give an unusual chance lor settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conduct ed excursions are operated thrrugh to San a double Francisco Los Angeles and ortlavd without change berth in a Pullman tourist sleeing car from Chicago costs onlytite Chicago a NorthWestern Union Pacifid Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY xw44 L1 N1 Tine Tails Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 1246 p m ville Ez1esa south bound 1255 pm No 2 Knoxville Ctnnati 155 pm Express north bound 200pm No Knoxville n Cinnati 405 am Express north bound 410am No I Knoxville Cinnati UJ pm Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Slays 810 a m ville Accm north bound tl0 am No Stanford and Slays 720 p m ville Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Mt Vernou Accm south bound 91am No 29 Cynthiana and 943 a m Stanford exp south 1250 pm 350 p m No 31 north bound 3sO p m FnoUorl kimti Railmj The Midland Route LOCAL TIME TABLE KY CENTRAL R POINTS i 00 pi 6 20 n L Frankfort AU25 720p 217p 7 4 Georgetown A 94O625- p3i 70 alA Paris L 8OaSlSp 8 Ii P Ii 42 Winchester L i t9 it 2 45 P 15u 9 ail a A Mayaville L11H5 all p t 00p 8 24 nlA Cynthluna 5 p 720d25ipA Richmond L 7 20 a 55 p 6 00 p 10 3J a A Cincinnati L ft 55 p OEO n HARPER O W HAYS Pres and Oen Supt GPA Sale Notice State Bank t Trust Co pars Clmmissioners Sale H Shearer ike Dfis By virtue of a judgment and order ol sale entered in the aUive styled cnise m the E till Circuit crt nt it July term 1905 tha undersigned Mastfr Uouimmbioner of said Court will on Thursday Oct J205 expose at public auction between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 2 oclock om to the highest and best bidder the following described property towH A certain tract ur parcel of land lvintiaiid b frg in Esill County K ntuckv on the waters of the Kentucky river and bounded as follows viz on the Veftt by he lands of Jesse Uichardson on the East by the lauds of Ruben Pnckpt on die South by the Kentucky rivernndon the North hr the land of Simpson Hunt and John Motierly and known t the dower lands of Tabitha Cobb ind containing 202 acres and 100 square rodsTermsof Sale cale will be madn on credit of six 6 and twelve 12 months In equal installments The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security payable tD Commissioner bearing six per cent from day ot sate having the force and pflect of a replevin bond and with n lien reserved on said land till all the purchase money is paid The sale will bn made on the prmni see Those deairinir to hid on this farm will come prepared to execute the re quired bonds R W stitinM- asterIommlsaioierI C C This September SO 1905 Farm For Sale My term of 500 acres InEsUH county tthe ICeatucky River SJ miles nnrl h cL ColkMW Hill this county tsbool beon corner bf Mine Gaoilneigh l ood good blue KTAM clover and farm iFlrtctM onrburd Fow r filling springs and a No t weU e yard Apply for term to ISJ ili nRlej ovaPi L EVERY DAY ciFro- mSEPTEMBER 15 to OCT LOWe RATTO Montana Idaho Wash Oregon and British Coil VIA THE CREAT NORTHERI The Comfortsxblo Way Excellent opportunities to make a ho own or to engage In any line of lj NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW j Fre TO Minr Hinsdale Mont Havre Great Falls ButteAnaconda Helena Kalispell Whitefish and intermediate points Jennings Mont Venatchee Vash Fernie B C Kootenai points Spokane and inter mediate points Seattle Everett and Puget Soundpoints LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILE CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TOl FREE absglutelyfreeiHlfitbulletin Washington Name the one rou want Gives formation about the opportunities and resources of For further information address Passenger Tr Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J- Reduced Genl Immigration Agent Genl I 220 S Clark St Chi lgo St l JI Rates OneWay Colonist Rat Californ Washington Oregon Ida Montana Wyoming Ne Utaha JI 1 LOWEST EVER MA Tickets on Sale jtr v September ISTO Q Complete your Plane NQ v Write for Illustrated Booklets af Jill bac ap sill sf you cities at lit are tl T it igct ti at- ii 1t- Hye rGf I e R- ds i Ill fn f t- oUJ1 i Colt S c11I1g- lSS t tnt 7 ut it v11- 1Fi t barkloutI big j4 1 1- m1m 1 inL Hi ici u r T7irr E I J i I t n t lL C rnc 1ThishFiirs we have yet a tm in our famous establish herqwnk Art Furslusice style creation and exquisite color scheme t ybe seen great protsion We remodel andre t old furs to look like ntvv A call will convince yoii M TLowutlial I r FayetttP lIn2 Wholesale and Re ii- MAIUFACTURINGFURRIER I I yi2 W Main StreetreXington Kentuc r- I = Iw r Price 6 ctslper Bus lei I LD NLY BY- I1L oaI Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cementand Plaster Materials I JCHMOND KENTUCKY i i FrtThe Florist jf11 1 0 cgent for Honakers Flowers F Telephone 188 FIRST SHOWING OF v IXaists linedtfThePUB Ric98 nen s Fall SuitsJR4Y ADVANCE STYLES 5o inches 2500Lscoatj5to inu iioiuuatiiuu ui iua in Tailor uit4L1cos rare from 1I5 to 75 JiSo transportatirn Lexington and ret- urnte J Steele j in I Lexington Ky IL SEE tl Pope nan of Richmond about Dia oods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax piping wood m ly not be a pleasure- t it is certain tha the hard wotkof nay be made less by the use of an ax tis made right Try a Diamond Edge5 vorth ev ry cent it costs WilkBaxteI2 ryAgent for Wall PaperI Paints Glass etc J i Jl4jfc rflheagency for tho Fr Beck Co of New tlc 1arg t manufacturers of the best WALL irofjll Jf you are going to paper it will pay you ie as itls a truly decorative line and I r4 the 1every paste boy t 0 in the country j6r front me airlgnt the bOat tliats nia- tlcLP i BaxterV Tefephone 412 Richmond Ky j per arid BorSamePri e + t lr he Richmond Climax vEDNESDAY SEPT 27 litO FLESHY MAN HAS TROUBLES Sleeps on the Floor Because reds Would Break Under Him Weighs 722 Pounds Kansas City Mo Willie Stout the Texas Fat Boy who tips the beam at 722 pounds was In the city and whenever he waddled about the streets he was followed by a big crowd I like traveling about the coun try said Stout who is exhibiting his avoirdupois In a show but I gave up trying to sleep on hotel beds long ego It cost me many a pang to do It but paying for the beds cost more and now I put the springs on the floor and drop off to dreamland just like an In fantAnother thing I hate Is to get Into a chair car Of course there is no room for me and I have to turn around wedge myself through the door again and pray that the smoker has double seats When I was six months old I weighed 42 pounds and when I was 11 years old I was a sprightly stripling of 330 pounds Now I weigh 722 pounds I dont know how an ordnary man feels but I know that I have a good time Im not much on a footraces but otherwise I can get along with the best of them I cat two meals a day and require no more nourishment than does the person jf average weight One thing I cannot doI cannot buy readymade clothing I am i4 inches around the waist and 42 Inches around the thigh I am now 26 years old and have been married four yearsStout was In Kansas City two years ago He has been to the Missouri state fair and other points in the state and to Ottawa Kan He Is accompanied by his wife and his father GAINED FAME ON OLD IDEA Agricultural Department Not the First to Exploit Inocula tion of Soil Washington An 80yearold book recently picked up at a secondhand book store in this city raises the ques tion as to whether there Is any reason for the pride Secretary Wilson shows in his corps of sleek and wellfed sci entists who he declared a short time ago were half starved when he came to the headship of the department The book Is called The Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society foo Tie Promotion of Agriculture itwas published at Philadelphia in 1826 and contained uer then five years old The Iume was once the property ut Samuels Walter the man who in vented the frame upon which all well regulated bees now build their honey combs He stands today as the discoverer of more useful things with regard to bees than any other man that ever lived In the memoirs Is an article by John Blomfleld an Englishman who wrote in 1821 In his article he wrote I shall now give you the method of preparing and inoculating land for permanent pasture Soil inoculation Is one of the things on which Dr Moore one of the scientists who resigned from the depart ment because of revelations respecting nitroculture manufacturing enterprises built his reputation He has been held up as practically the In ventor of soil Inoculation The old book shows that soil inoculation Is one of the things known long before this government ever thought of establishing a department of agriculture or even the post office department as one of the great executive departments of the government A COW WITH THREE HORNS Animal Is Received in Consignment of Cattle in St Louis Explan ations as to Cause St LoulsIn a consignment of cat tie from Adair county Indian TerrI- tory received at the National stock yards was a cow with three horns Stockmen who saw the animal advanced a variety of theories for the freakOne of the men claimed that the fact that the extra horn protruded from above the right eye of the animal was evidence that it had been pulled from the skull of another bovine while its present owner and Its loser were set thug their calfhood battles He main tamed that the young horn had taken root in its new lodgment and grown to plainsman contended that It was merely the evolution of the longhorn cattle that once roamed the plains into the sleek Herefords of the present day Albert Keechler president of the stock yards company concluded that as none of the reasons assigned by the cast side stockmen for the freak was satisfactory he would keep the cow and exhibit her at the Chicago stock show in December London Smog Smog Is a new word coined at the London Ont health congress It is compounded of smoke and fog and is a short way of indicating London particular To counteract this variety of lung feeder It was proposed at the congress to Introduce country air into the city by means of gigantic tubes laid underground Pinsen Bays Grow Hair A surgeon at the Philadelphia Poly clinic hospital who has been treating men for lupus with the Finsen rays AS astonished to find a crop of hair growing on the bald head of one of Us patients He will experiment fur ther with the rays as a cure for bald ness NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL 19 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 CIs ISSUED WfiEKLT SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB coLALBERT J BOtUB TUBLISUEIIS JWlas nW281115TMlirtr1uBX ID m urn 4 m If we can furnish you onean3 kind you want We have for sales great variety of farms d welling housep business houses and business propo sitlons If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you an looking for what size what improvements where located how mUch yoi nre willing to invest and any otlie pertinent information We hiv fnrmlofHlIslzes character and prices and we are certain to interest yon i pMttcarwill Mral IfeitKkj lEItitt C- eiiE1FoiiPiIuIk911 Fax HIRE TRAIN TO GET BATH rwo Xen Dusty from Auto Bide Travel far for a Single Dip in Sea Philadelphia Henry Pratt Janes ind James Madison luompson of Bal Imore widely known In club and so cial circles engaged a special train jarly the other morning and made a oew speed record to Atlantic City all dor the avowed purpose of taking a oath The quiet of the early morning had allen rpon the l3ell vueStratford hotel when the honk bonk of an automobile that arrived at a Broad street 3oor demanded attention Out of the automobile stepped Mr Janes and Mr Thompson clad in automobile outfits md called for their apartments news their coming having been wired ahead from New York Mr Janes and his friend reappeared In the lobby a few minutes later feel like taking a piunge fn the surf said Mr Janes Npthiisg like a good bathafter a long automobile trip How Soon Is there a train down to Atlantic City Mr Janes was Informed that there was nothing doing In the train line until daylight Just order me a special train said Mr Janes I feel like a bath and I am going to have one in the ocean right away Tell the railroad to hurry the special The special train shot put of the Station soon after There was only one rar and the locomotive and Mr Janes and his friends were whirled into the Atlantic City station at Just two oclock making the 7C miles In 68 minutes TO GRAFT HEARTS IN MEN Chicago Surgeons Tell of Experiments Which Produce Really Won derful aes lts- CbicagoExperiments which may result in knowledge permitting grafting of the vital organ of one animal upon another have been made by Dr Guthrie and Dr Carrell at the Uni versity of Chicago Hearts of dogs have been successfully moved up into the animals necks and there per formed their functions Circulation of blood in canines involuntary victims of science has been reversed without killing the animal Many new things about heart action have been learned according to Dr CarrellWhat we have learned said he gives us hope that some day amj replace a wounded or saout heart in a human bg with the healthy youthfI1and strong one from a living monkey In hIs laboratory Dr Carrell has switched the circulation of his dogs from some arteries leaving them dry for a time thus opening possibilities for new methods of surgery in cases of violent Injuries One of the dogs selected for ex perimenting was lacking in the usual amount of hair His circulation was switched to cure a goitre with success and according to Dr Carrell hair began to grow in places apparently permanently bald In another experiment the surgeon sawed a dogs leg off and then grafted it on again without doing the animal permanent Injury LEARNS HOW STORM FORMS Scientist Makes Discovery In the Great American Desert with Wonderful Result St Louis Dr W J McGee who was head of the anthropological department of the worlds fair has been in St Louis on his way back to Wash ington after a remarkable four months experiment in the Great Amer ican desert Arizona in which he says he discovered how storms are bred In the region which has long been termed the stormbreeding belt A reservoir of aqueous vapor Is formed over the Pacific coast and the Gulf of California he said and this swings over the stormbreeding belt The ground here is perfectly level and the radiation from the earths surface is consequently regular and even The heat radiation from the desert is of course very great This strong radiation by Its regularity keeps earthIinregular radiation that comes from the uneven surface of the earth a precipitation of the vapor results causing rain nnd storms OWNS LONG EXTINCT BIRD New Bedford Man Has a Specimen of the Great Auk a Prize for Ornithologists New Bedford Mass The only sped men of a great auk not in a museum is owned by Anthony Robinson of this city He bought it from a sailor several- i years ago Although the bird Is not stuffed very neatly Mr Robinson was assured recently that he has a genuine specimen of the extinct bird Only five collections In this country contain specimensthe Smithsonian the New York Museum of Natural His tory the Philadelphia Academy of Nat ural Sciences the Thayer museum at Lancaster and Vassar college There are only 53 known specimens extant Great Britain and Germany have 20 each the United States six Switzerland three Belgium two and Russia and Portugal each one Even the egg of a great auk confers distinction upon a museum the price of an auks egg being quoted at 1000 to 1600 and they are not to be picked up at such prices every day PUBLIC SALE I will offer for sale publicly on thpreraises one mile south of Kichmim Hnd adjoining the lands of Mrs K V Gibson on the Lancaster pike at 1 oclock a m o- nWednesday Oct180 conI400 Acres of Land This land is all in grass except 30 acres and is ooe of the best farmers Madbot county being well fenced slid wel watered A good residence brick ant ItOOtbarltwo tenant bouses with water conven ient to both good buggy ice ant outbuildlnvsAtthe following STOCK85 cattle 16 No 1 4year oWe abnn 8 or 3yearolds 16 or 17 2year old and about 35 yearlings all rio 1 goo 2yearohheilers4 to 5 cows with suckling calves Ii i ranginIr 3 yearold mulesancl 3 colts and- yearling past Wlllalf sell farrin J I h9UIIhhhland1 iIIhFurJr as TCaRb OO t HUMTX 1 k f R n i- E NEW YORKS WELL KNOWN Herald Square Comic Opera Company at Grand ppera House Wednesday Nignt September 27 Presenting Said jPasha An Oriental i Comic Opera Seat on sale at Wines CreekAnores Prices 25 35 50 75c tAttention farmers I have recelwvL two carloads of th Cflphriuud Page fpnoine the best thats made Before contracting for fencing oi any description it will prove to your advantage to pet mv prices tf J T COY Kirkaville Ky Hard To Find It would be hard to find a more perfect curative medicine fr d s ordered digestive orgons than that gentle tonic dicesUnt and torpid liver regwlator known as Dr Cald wpJPs laxative Syrup Pepsin No other medicine has has its specific power over tiese delicate and impor tant organ of your body upon which you have to depend for energy to carryon your daily work It cleanecs iHpest stimulates and cures Sold by Perry Thomas at 60c and 100 Money back if it fails When a man is with P crowd of girls ho will do a lot of fool things How To Live hnppyifto live islargely a vuestion of how to be well The answer to both is keep your main health communica tionsstomach liver and bowels in laxativesafe and pleasant cure for headache constipation colic and all symptoms of thn digestive trouble Sold by Per MoneybackThe prudent man opens his eyes and shuts hit month Critically IlL aresulttive functions and dont know it If you are suffering from dizziness heartburn wind loss of appetite ir ritability headache nausea colic constipation waste no time but take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It may be the mans of warding off a dangerous sickness At any rate it distressingdyspeptic safe certain and pleasant Try it Sold by rerry Why do parents always boastfully give the weight ot what the storks brings Do Not be Imposed Upon originatedHoneyremedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered FoleysHoneytute offered as no other preparation will give Ihe same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and del hate persons Sold by K C Stock ton Tell a man he has a pretty diamond and he will say it needs cleaning badly Given Up To Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all ruts down and a year ago had toabandon work entite ly I had three of the Lwst phyhl clans 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 andafter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Sold by R C Stockton All the people in the univereebeliev lug a lie would not make out a truth Like Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think thise who ate sick When you have a cough cod sore throat promptlyVo He says I had terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies J was DiscoyeryI lungIj Stocktons drug store 50c and 100 yuaranted Trial bottle free r If you allow your wife to have the last word the row will soon end Are You Engaged t Engaged people should remember quarrelsIc 5trieBiterlS A Brown of Ben g nettsvillt S C says For years dysIiiyer until she lost her strength and Vigor dMeam8 and mere wreck ul shetrietJiuae s i ec 11 SIwta aowWoet adX- f 1ot = sand II 1gtoo Mk7ieI1U3i c1rol I PENSION ROLL LESS ROSTER IS NOW BELOW THE MILLION MARX During the Fiscal Year Nearly Potty Five Thousand Names Were Dropped Because of Deaths of the Veterans Washington D CThe pension roll is now below the million mark accord ing to the annual report of Pension Commissioner Warner covering tha operations of his office for the fiscal year Although the number of pensioners had decreased to 998441 there was a net increase for the year of 3679The pension roll reached the maximum number In its history on January 1 last the number being 100419C The roll passed the million mark last Sep tember and gradually increased for the next four months The decline began with the first of February and by May had dropped below the million mark The report shows the following addi tional facts During the year the bureau issued 185242 pension certificates of which number over 50000 were originals The annual value of the pension roll on June 30 1905 was 130745295 By the term annual value Is meant the amount of money required to pay the pensioners then onU the roll for one yearDuring the year 43883 pensioners were dropped from the roll by reason of death and of tills number 30324 were survivors of the civil war On June 30 1905 the roll contained the names of 684C08 survivors of the civil war a decrease of over 6000 from the previous year The total amount disbursed for pensions for the fiscal year was 141142 861 of which amount J41fl lCG was for navy pensions nnd 3409998 was paid to pensioners of the Spanish war and 133022170 to the survivors of the civil war their widows and de pendents The total amount paid to Spanish war pensioners since 1899 Is 11996198The amount of money paid for pensions since the foundation of the government Is 3320800022 and of this amount 3144395405 has been paid on account of the civil war The total number of claims allowed original and increase under order No 78 known as The Age Order since that order went into effect April 13 1904upto June 30 1905 was 65612 DREAM COMES TRUE Rich Deposit of Gold Is Found on Bluff Near Montezuma ntEx citement in County Bloomlngton IlLThere is consid enable excitement in Pike county over the discovery of gold Two years ago Frank Clazebrook of Scott county purchased 42 acres of land on a bluff threequarters of a mile southwest of Montezuma Some years previous his wife had dreamed of seeing a spring of water with gold Issuing with the aqua Recently while inspecting the newly acquired farm In company with her husband she saw a spring which sire declared was almost an exact counterpart of the one in her dreams After much effort she persuaded her husband to explore the bluff near the spring and he was amazed to find gold in paying quantities A sample of 200 pounds of sand and gravel assayed at 525 a ton Clazebrook dug into the bluff to a death of 75 feet and the dirt assayed was of promiscuous licking If the entlnj bluff is as rich his for tunejsmitWe Experts in geology have been sent for and a thorough examina lion will be made WHY TROUBLE YOUR BRAIN Londoner Invents Method Which Will Do Away with the Necessity for Intellectual Effort London Londoners will soon have no needfor brains If the society for the proJectedcessfully launched on its career Wil hams ihas stumbled upon the Interest ing dscovery that the knowledge of dee1fPtthewith So he has Invented a little system of universal Information bureaus infal lible jpf course which will classify coordlaate and assort and with start afwearWdbrain The past present and future are to le asalatilated by isth1nkiugech- aBisa which Je warranted to turn out logical weUgrettBded views OH any subject mt4r the tim betfe rfvmjta o Ua cO xnature tt the aftbrlaretuuw uSMtppte wttIiK i birar ip l- lAJIi crc ii i i Wnioesri Sals Curtis against Parkec lftJRufus Parke kc Dft Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order ot Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 In the above style cause the Undersigned will o- nThursday Sept 2lf 05 j between the hours of 10 oclock a m Hild 11 oclock a m on thn premise in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land containing 31 acres on the waters ol Otter Crrek in Madison county Ky and being the home place of SnmlraI Parkes ar l adjoining the Elizabeth Davis Ross Dozier and I N Scudder with rood dwelling and all necessary outbuildings thereon and uithin about 4 miles of the city ofIRichmond Kv with outlet on Ri mond and Otter Creek pike Said landI is sold for payment of debts of said Samlra Parkes and for distribution among her heirs TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give hondo with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judg ment bearing legal interest from dayI of sale whit a linn reserved upon propeMv until all the purchase money money is paid S H THORPE M C M C C 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 Carriage Works Newby Ky White Oak Cannel Mountain Ash Jelltco and Beattyville Coal All strictly high grade Your patronage solicited Dcattyvilth aot o D R Freeman Mgr Phone I 84 Yard Aspen av II iii r BOOKS KODAKS AND STATION ERY The Transylvania Co West AND SHOES S B et8oB tM la Mali Main BREAD AND ROLLS Bakery 7th sad Upper CHINA AND GLASSWARE Wet Main DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS OK KO Vest Main Calk Wins 210 West Main irJ XJ McMIeh el339 West Main ji1 O 8 TIle Racket 8tore17 Upww n iij i Jo Lo WATSON l8 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON I Out of town customers who spend as much as 25 ASHwill have fare refunded if living within flues of Lexington Member Merchants Association j Fall are for Inspection A Gra Opportunity for Money Saving Jur Inducements j eithe Low Prices we Quote about 51 t Eall Dress Goods 5 An elegant assortmentcomprisingtho ewest and best weaves iu domestic nd foreign fabrics beautiful designs md colorings dictated by fuhiot s ex erts of this country and the old lenrietta and similar weaves have place this season We show them in ill the new shades Broadcloths Co erts Panama Crash Chiffon Cloth ind Shadow Checks The New Fall Silks Fancy Moire Bengalines Never shown before Something distinctly new and strikingly fall like in weight and style 85c and SI Beauil nl Plaid Silks very choice quality 75c Exquisite Plaids many different pat ents to select very lustrous finish and the color combination is in lescribable ann 160 Printed Warp Silk a Parisan novelty the gem of all silks for waists and 25 Beautiful dots etripes etc in new fall conceits New Glace Taffetas all the new bhadings and very choice quality Colored hitTon Taffeta imported 36 inches wide 1 23 in all the able shades and twotoned effects Finest qualities and test make Black Taffetas all widths specially priced from 50c and up Peau de Cynes and Peau de Soie very desirable 72c to AND 1W Wet KARDW Co340 FURNIBHINQ Vleto 4ala c 1NewGrey Mixture Empire Goa Long Covert Coats The fall slyIIs of each andj unmistakably 750 New Fall Skirts Striking Effects J You will be delighted with ii Each of them the best art skirt maker5 15 The Fall Dresses Dress Styles for Every bocj Worsted Tuxedo Coat Suite Inch manTailored Coat Suits cloth Coat Suits Fancy Ta made Coat Mannish Cloth f and very many more The nob end the daintiest the and newestAbout Fall Dressmaking Styles It is unnecessary to tell of the su iority of our Tailoring and Dressi Ing Department The style andi the clothes made by Mrs Pendletc an established fact We wish mind you that she has resumed for J L Watson Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central RaiIro To California and Colorado and to the Lewis and Clark position PortTand Oregon at special Very cheap oneway Rates to California and the North September 15 to October 31 1905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi Louisiana and low round triD rates to pointsin Arkci Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first and tl Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper daily LouisvilleJ to Hot Springs Anc Only line running through personally conductedexcu sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative Tbe South not a new country M and shipping facilities adequate and fIt class The climate mild audit able Notwithstanding those and other advantages southern Iatdssrtaeilie prices fur their rent value and at present prices net large returns ont tbe1JbUitlesnear the Illinois Central lUllrond for homeseekers and investors address tl dersigned Further particulars S 1FLouisville mlm fil t1i jjf 8 iii 88m 81m f3 m 8 8 8 8 f3 f3 8 Ii 1iJ i EJre rJLEXINGEvery Day from September J2I8 to October 14 1905 110 Buy Fall and Winter Goods 1The Merchants Association of Lexington will pay yoir exYii13 mSee the Kentucky State f3- m Visit II KyAttendGet biggest Values to be Obtained for your j mMoneyEl Ijdi i1f3 Read Carefully How To Get A Free Tripi1 if to Lexington buy around trip ticket E 6comeon the interurlan ciskthe condlidor for a cash farereaching Lexington go to one of the stores named below and ask ptl S 131Rebate Coupon on which each member of the Association from whom you maker Ii purchasesfromm Secretary of the Association in the Phoenix Hotel will refund JOIl or more ruaIri rUtA1IJEjI amount paid for your fare I1J Persons paying more than 250 for the round trip can have tfe amount 2 itIilec a time NAMES OF MEMBERS SUPPLIES 258 MainifK3BOOTS 238We 4r WeatMalnGreatSample IRO8R3l6Wet Delicatessen 1SmltChicki51 WMainEdge ILl k WMainRoI4218WeatMala W Mata WeMlak a1HU TM18TTTt Jl railroad Styles Ready first from shirt reducedrates is is below Fair in Works112Megowan GENTS FURNIBHEB8 AND CLOTHING MainIiWeaUfaJnUraddr WtMaInHARNESS TRUNKS TOYS W H Thompson Mtn AIl FJaRINGTACK Van peren Hardware W Hata WttatShortROUSE QOODH eWe1CO35WMainRodeeEudrnr JBWBLBIW AND OWIOJAN WldOMogaqitlabW LUMBUAJfDMIUwoar Lr OD It q IIjb F 1 1 LA Short C latest correct in every wi tot5 Fall is of to New Grey ofBr Empire Suits smartest te season are dkij 1ocWAsrlEnibry Oordoas Mutiny MILLINERy 113 WeE JwJI IPAIN OI aLA JUtuali C D Cnua1ngkap NEWrA4 4Leztagtoi J PRINTflo AND 1M8ci J fIBXqC 111 WJ ilIIeBJLextMka rwct ITOYBs 8871 1 raMsMo Mec k cj Weis Qei t Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them money ii 0 We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every deI p rtmentIC F Higgins Telephone 232 Ihe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT 27 1903 Dont forget to register next Tnes day Inn H Breck Fire Life and acci dant Insurance sepl24t Buy you SeeJ Wheat from Letche Witt novl Complete COUrsA in shorthand in 30 days at Kirksville School sG4t A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap Phone SOS tf The Third National Bonk and the Central Bank of Lexington will be consolidated Before taking up your business duties for tho day go to your precinct next Tuesday and register Miss Elizabeth Whlttakerof Cyn thiana was given 3 500 in her damage suit against E K Reneker B H Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothv hay in Madison county Call on them when in need SSdetf The ninth annual conference of the Kentucky Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will be held at Danville Oct 19 and 20 The many friends of Mr Hugh Jesse were glad to see him ont lat week for the first time since his injury at Paris which resulted in a broken 1Ieg Elsewhere in the Climax will be found the sale advertisement of Smith Rayburn This is one of the best farms in Madison county out of which to make money Eza BroalduR colored was given a sentence of two years in the peniten tiary for horse stealing in the circuit court at Lexington This is the second time Broaddus has been sentenced to pen Lost Saturday between Million and Richmond a walking cane with deer horn handle Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to Ceo Million Million Ky Judge JJeiiiou look under advise ment the appeal of B F French from the hue of 5000 for contempt of court in the alleged enticing away of wit nesses in Mrs James B Marcums damage suit for the murder of her husband The State Fair was a great euecese S10000 was cleared and there is every probability thit there will be a big assured appropriation from the Legis lature next year Lexington may be chosen as a permanent place for hold jug this great event My formal opening of millinery will be Friday and Saturday Sept m ber 29th and 30th The first showing of advance fall styles embodying the most exclusive creations of New Yorks foremost milliners will be on display Also readvtowear hats for Ladies Misses and Children All are cordially invited Respt Yours KATIE V FCKMIDT Agent Wanted To take charge of debit for Metro politan Life Insurance Co Jons H TOY Atst Supt lt Oldham lUdg Richmond Ky A Good Stew The Qua Sun Minstrels which showed here on last Wednesday evening were well received and were pronounced by critics to be above the average The musical features were especially fine and thoroughly enjoyed Heetlnr at Waco A protracted meeting began last ek at the Waco Baptist church The pastor Rev IL L Brandenberg is be ii g assisted by Rev Divis Great In terest is being manifested and much good is expTp1 to TPlln1t therefromi Flymooth RocksrI hava few bred Plymouth Rfc cockeridor raletil 75 cents and 50 cents each Veryfew pullets to spare AddressMrs Benton sept273t Union City Kv ia i News Rev K N Hill the IIPW pastor of the Meboilmt rluirch i4wived the sail news niulay that n nppliw rpthline near Icrrvvillf lisil xrcidentallv i lnit and krled himself lie left Monday but will return today or tomorrow with his family Registration Day Nxt Tnesday will he redstration dy and in order to vote in tbelfovem her election a certificate of registration will have tn In presented at the polls Democrats should notallow themselves to overlook this important taatter Ttie hnir for rogiBtnuing are between 6 oclock a m and 9 oclock p m Those in tIIi4 city onilia above date between the hours mensjOnilwho fail to regis ter will not be entitled to a vote L NOTICE AlIt r jthe City Council h fth K U t in Richmond Fro lIQ day September 25 100- U WftI rder the Council that- WziguEAt1t1eeme4 neces ary to incur an indehteiln of Fifteen Thous an i Dollars the payment of which can not be made without exceeding the in come and revenue for this year notice be given of an election bv the quali fled electors of the town to determine whether such indebtedness shall be incurredThe of the proposed indebtedness is Fifteen Thousand Dollars The purpose for which it is to be raised lBtIePpIjOfl and fitting up of anew- Cty Hall The amount of money to be wised each year IB One Thousand D Haiti io constitute a sinking fund tor the payment of the principal and six cent interest additional upon the principal debt ft is that this notic be pub lished for at least two weeks in somj newspaper of general clrealiwiofl in Rirhmnnd Kv that a poll he opee4 and that A vote on the for KOlitr OBitlon be hadof the qHihiflL eecIots of thA Citv nt the next fennr e8CtiOO- on NrtVftnbH 7th 1905 WITNESS fflf trspd thw UM 2th dy- of September 1905 DR TEVIg Mayor APWffAT 01L7 C1L i t c1i registration certificate next ttdIiY Plalnatid ornamental penmanship ompletecoirse at Kirksville School Notice Farley tc March will have on display rom now on one of the most stylish md uptodate hines of fall and winter nillinery they have ever brought to his city and will be glad to have every no call and inspect their goods before buying elsewhere IFarm Sold sold privately farm of 220 acres located on the Jacks Creek pike five miles from thi city The purchaser was Dr Logan of Indianapolis and the sale was mute through that expert auctioneer Ool D W Tribble Price paid was 550 per acre 7 Milliner Opening Mr E V Elder announces his mil linery opening on Friday and Saturday September 29th and 30th Miss Don nelly is again in charge of the trim ming department and invites all of her friends and patrons to call All the West and most uptodate styles will be filionrn Strfotsly Injured While driving down a hill near Waco Ur William Brock fell from his wagon uid sustained a badly crushed shoulder Mid other injuries Mr Brock who is about Go years old is one of the best known men in this county and his ac cident is asourceof much regret among his man friends Thos ISroaddus Seriously Injured Thos Broaddus age about 30 married was seriously injured while at work nt Lock 9 Tuesday morning He VDS caught between the cribbing and c cement box and was nearly crushed to leath The cement box is lowered by caUleIbrcettVaLley View Argent Republican Convention In accordance with the lime set the Republican convention was held Satur day afternoon at the court house Ctl J W Caperton was elected chairman md Mr E B Smith secretary Mr lirorgeTodd of BriiftGeld received the Kiininatinn for shierhir and Mr Leo hearer for jailer All of tqotlirity and county ffices were left open Saps The Life Oat of Msmp and Tafcacco Broom rape is the name of a weed plant that has been found growing at outs of tobacco and hemp that is sap dug the life out of these products and f not attended to promntly will spread o such an extent it wil make it haz irdous to risk trying ts ral e either lemp or tobacco It grows life celery inly a small portion of the top coming ip to view To Banr October 19 fThe negro Sam Hisle whpm a jnry from this place tried and found guilty f rape and fixed lila punishment at leath was sentenced at Winchester ast Thursday by Judge Bent nana the late of his execution fixed forThnrsday October 19 This is the shditest time allowed by law As hlsattorneys have anncunced that no appeal will be taken be will doubtless be executed on iiatdateICreditors Mal On last Friday at 2SO the creditors of the Hume Cooperage Company held 4 meeting in the FeyUeral courtroom before Hon E Tut Bnrnam referee in Bankruptcy Tne claims of various creditors were approved and Mr Wal ler Bennett Trustee Mr Bennett Wlelected to operate the ulant as fit to do to The largest were W S Hume cud Company having claims amount- Ing to 35QOU Ip Their New Quarters We wlsn to fmprets on our friends anti patrons the change in our place 9L iSS ds We have removed our millinery stock to the front tbre room in time Hobson building next door to post fiicWe are now ready with our new fall line of hats including a lull line of Gage Hats Our styles are the most exclusive and up todate and we cordially invite all our friends and patrons to rail and inspect our stock We are sure to please your Dont for itet our fall opening next Friday and Saturday Sept 29 30Flora Lo Powers tall Ncetzng The City Council met in special session Monday eveninc with Major Tovis and the following councilim present Arnold Bales Maupiu Mil If r and Myers The mteting was for the purpose of deciding whether or not to submit to the voters at the coming November election a proposition to vote fur bonds for the erection of a new City Hall The proposition was for the issuing of bonds to the value of15000 to be payable at thet rate of 1000 per year All of the council men present were In favor of submitting such a proposition to the people except Mr Arnold Richmond Ky Feb 8 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo DearSir I have used one bottle of tIle Texas Vonder Hairs Great Dis covery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and Ifeel better than 1 have in twenty years such I cheerfully recommend it to the pullic Respectfully JOHN A JRibDLK A Texas Wonder One Rma11 bottle of the Texas Won der Halls great Discovery cares sll kidney and troubles removes travel curel diabetes seminal emis sions wealcJknd lame becks rbesia ifeui and at urlSZtlllT1t1e sUM kid aeys find hi dder in both men and reIi ti4dCr troubles It rOjlCI8tIs Otie kiii5ll lip t tW43 mouths traM fI1+ am QU Jajhto perfect a- jjjLjljj r 0 11NTON HRAIN COATS For Rain or Shine Wear Splendid coats in all weigbts chemically treated so that they shedwater like a ducks back No rubber no odorjust a fall and winter overcoat with the added advantage of being practically waterproof A1I The Kentons are shown in a wealthof attractive fabrics all carefully handmade with broadshapely shoulders dose clinging collars and gracefulskirts so characteristic of perfect tailoring Kenton Rain Coats 1250 to 2500Other Coats 500 650 800 1000 New Foil Huts Time to throw away your faded straw and get under one of our brand new fall styles Easy to find c in our big stock just whatyou want Best brands to choose from Roelofs Youmans Mundheim Pioneer c Heddin and Stetson 100 to 500tia COVINGTON twtwmNew Enterprise tor Kaolson A Lexington capitalist in connection wih Mr Thomas Warren is erecting t Idalia this county a large ware lonse for the American Tobacco Co vhere they will hande tobacco hemp wheat and corn Steamboats will soon ply between the Ohio and Kentucky river points and Mr Warren is getting ready to make Idalia a commercial cen ter The country around Idalia on both sides of the river is productive suited for hemp corn and tobaccofarm nit Seriously Injured What came near being a fatal acci lent occurred on the L A last Thursday near Muddy Creek Time i uck ran off the track and man br the name of Stricklet an employee of the road becam so badly frightened that lie jumped from the engine and struck on his head on the cattle guard He was picked up in an unconscious con dition and brought to this city where he was taken to the P A C Infirmary He has been in a very serious condi tion since the accident remaining de lirious most ol the time His injury was caused By bis jumping for no other casualty was reported and no damage done to the train which was a freight The Mottrley Properly Passes Into New Hands Rev C P Mass Bishop Covington Ky was here last week and closed the transaction with Jonah Wagers with regard to the Moherley property The deed was executed for the cash con sideration of 13500 As heretofore announced this property was purchased for the purpose of opening a convent school of high order here It was at first hoped that the school could be opeiw4 this year hut owing to the late nees of the date of getting possession of the property it was impossible as no time was given for advertisement nr to remodel the property The school will be opened next September In the meantime the property will be used as a residence for the local pas tor and for the missionary pastors of the diocese Daughters of Rebekah Today marks the Beginning of the Eighteenth Annual Assembly of the Daughters of Rebekah The meeting will rim through today and tomorrow lie following is a complete program WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPT 27 1000 a mCall to order by Chairman C C Wallace Song Blest be the Tie Welcome in behalf of CityHon C E Woods Response Hon W C B Hobbs of of Welcome in behalf of Subordinate Lodges Mrs Ada B Jnett of Richmond Response Mrs Susie B Wheeler of Prestonville Address of Welcome in behalf of Million Rebekah Lodge No 25 Misa Leila J Harri- sResponseMrs Mattie AetThyt of Onton WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 180 p m Business session WEDNEHEAY EVENnmt 730 p m Exemplification iofllie Rebekah Degree by Staff of ill ion Lodge No 28 1000 p znDance at Masonic Teear pie THOESDAY MORNING SEPT 2 1000 a m Business eeeion THURSDAY AFTERNOON 100 p tn Business session THURSDAY EVKN1NO- 730 p m Exaaapliflcattefl of tb6 iRebekah Degree by Steff of Cry tiJ Lodof Arteeine 880 p Tn pwmpliifBUeH ol the rRod10 J p in Baqt at1 lMOl11 Temple Ii I fti i tc + i h The T f Embry Farm Slid The farm of Thomas P Etnbry situated on the Athens road nine miles from Lexington was sold Wednesday at public auction for SIG 531 the properly being bid in by the State Bank Trust Co and Madison National Bank of this cIty aud the National Exchange Bank of Lexington all of which hold notes against the property The basis of the side was an order in bankruptcy en tered in the United States District Court several weeks ago The farm comprisfd two tracts one of 222j acres and the other of 100 acres eiclusiveot 73 acres previously disposed of The price paid for the remaining 244J acres was 07 75 an aero or a total of 16 631 Mr Embry who is well known here and who formerly resided on the place has moved to Danville Tbe sale was under the direction of C D Chenault and it L Salter ot Lexington and W C Bennett of tbiSjcUy trustees appointed by the court Louisville Commercial Cub Wants to Invite AU Former Kentocklans to Visit the State Next Sprint Dd you know that the last census tihows that there are over six hundred thousand Kentuckians living in other States Well its a fad How many of these former Kentuckians do you know TheCommercial Club of Louis ville wants the names of as many of these as ft is possible to get It de sires to extend invitations to every Kentuckian who has moved away to come back next spring and attend the Home Coming Week fettivitles at LouisvillePlans rapidly maturing for this great event The Commercial Club hopes to make it a red letter week on our States historical calendar There wiVikfisiTBethinB doing seven days and night and then tfiVCWwd will dis aad to different ftJl8perse go parts State to remainas long as the low rail road rates are in effort as the arrange ment made with the railroads will in elude a low rate to all points of the State for Home Coming Week in LouisvilleIf any friends or relatives who have moved to other States please send the names and addresses at once to theCommercialClubLoulsvilleKy Next Tuesday is tegistration day Go to your precinct and register in or der that you may have a vote in the November election A Pair of Old Shoes The following notice taken from the Lexington Leader will interest many 01 our readers Col Charles E Merrill a veteran newspaperman is now living in ihs city who is slowly recovering from an ugly fall down stair a week or two ago at his home on North Broadway has suggested the exhibition at the State Fair of a noted pair of baby shoes recently referred to in the Leader An dreT Merrill a Revolutionary soldier tanned the leather and made the shoes with his own hands for his first son N D Merrill then two years old This was near Irvine in what is now Estill county October 1783 His mother who was related to the Cobbs and Od hams of Madison county gave them to tier eldest son James W S Merrill who removed to Mississippi in 1840 His wile was Miss Sophia Holder Hleroyranstof Clark county a grand daughter af thin pioneer Capt Billy Bush related to the Bush Elkin QuIsfHborry Chenault Tribble and other families who have peopled Clark Madfeoa ando her counties in this section The Lttiefihoea have been on tIme feet of two hundred descendants in Kentucky TeBpeBgee Mississippi Arkansas Missouri Indian Territory traveling thousands of miles In going this rounds of the new horn They will liweead to theuext eldest son of the wxtti ganirailoii Jay W SI Merrill Jr jl Laucingloms ft tWs are 122 t yMr old auU nheru k not a Btiteh brun ill thm 1Q Strayed or Stolen Bay mare about SyMBbold bobtail cracked hoof on one rruot Liberal reward for information leading to recovery Reuben Smith R P D No1 sept272t Richmond Ky The Alfalfa Special According to previous notices sent ont the great corn and alfalfa special arrived here Monday afternoon on schedule tine This train is making a tour of the State under the personal direction of Commissioner of Agricul ture Hubert Vreelandand its purpose is to educate the farmers of this State into the values of these two crops and the improved methods of their culti vation The raising of alfalfa has be come quite an industry in the South and this great special is being hailed with enthusiasm on its route Ihe Lexington Trots Commence Tuesday Oct 3d and continue for two weeks Every day a great stake is trotted and the races are filled with all tte sensational horses ot the North South East and West meeting at Lexington for the first time this year The entry list is the largest ever received by any track in the United States and Kentuckys Great Trots will be the greatest ever known Excursion rates of one fare for the roil id trip will be in force from all Kentucky points The finest horses best music and the best racing ever known in Kentucky will be the attractions Remember the dates Oct 31 to 14th Wedded at High Nooa Yesterday at high noon Miss Katherine Smith of this city became the wife of Mr Julien Van Winkle of Danville The wedding occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs Newton Combs iitJ exington Mrs Combs being a elMer of ttlei nde The Combs home was elaborately jjorated the color scheme being yellowmiLbite The double dcors were draped witrV ijmitex and Southern roses and banketi2 either side with stately palms It was in this space that the bridle couple stood to receive the ceremony which made them one and which was pro nounced by Rev Preston Blake in his own impressive ntyle Mrs Harvey Cbenanlt of this city rendered the wedding music Evening Star being played before the entrance of the happy couple Lohengrins Bridal Chorus was played as the march while the soft notes of Traumerei were heardduring ceremony The bride was very handsome in a stylish gray tailor suit with lint to match cairying in her hand a white prayer book Immediately after the wedding Mrs Combs entertained with an elegant buffet breakfast Time dining room looked lovely the table being covered with rennaisance lace and having for its center piece a gor goons basket of roses At 230 Mr and Mrs VanWinKla left for tovingion where they were entertained last evening at the Country Club by Mi Edwirf VanWinfcle On Wednesday they left for Indianapolis and other points When two such popular young people join hearts and hands it seems as if Heaven smiles in sweetest benediction upon their union and all words are feeble when sounding their praise The bride ha long been known as one of our rnon popular girls Site Is the eldest daughter of the late James tiiHitli who Uurjng his life line wt one of oar but known citizens Like her splendid ui other she possesses those traits of character that make her favorite 8h is as acrOBiplihed vocalistdheri sweet voice baa been hoard both in clxnrch antisocial affairs Mr VatiWinkle is too well known to oar people to used aim inirodeetMHi Ke is a native of Danville but M ft tMVl log IIlemari for a large whisky bom It is gratifying jjo their many friend to know that Mrwd Mrs VauWluMs will reewkt ia city o L r t1 t Ut Fall and Winter Styles IN KENTON SUITS The brand Kenton on a suit stands for ex cellence in the highest degree a mark of distinction that never appears on a cheap garment lNcan ever be found bearing ttu lable UKntontt an easy and safe guide 1 to th finest rea1ytowar clothing nude equal in fit and workman 4 ship to the best custom work Our new fall ani winter styles are ready in wide variety of beautiful patterns both single and doublebreasted in sizes to fit men ofevery shape and build Kenton Suits 15 18 20 2250 Other Suits 1250 10 8 650 5 Hanan and Walk= Over Shoes S Best 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 Meeting dosed After two weeks of earnest and tire Ions efforts on the part of both church members and the preacher Rev J Addison Smith the series of meetings at the First Presbyterian Church clod Sunday afternoon There weie tf ty seven additions to the church i tIngnuns and members of other churches Rev Smith is a forceful speaker a most learned man and altogether a true servant of God His splendid work will be felt here fora long time to come He will conduct a prayrr meeting this afternoon at the chuich which will be his last meeting with our people On account an epidemic of Diptheria in Frankfort he was forced to clve up his meeting titers as all schools and public houses are closed Election Officers The County Board of Election Com missioners met last week It is com posed of SheriffJohn F Walters Thus J Smith Democrat and Waller Ben nett Republican The following offi cers were appointed to serve tit the November election Court Honse H C Hazelwood Judee W H Smith Judge C A Tarior Sheri Johh Taylor Clerk West EndW R Shackelford Judge G G Prewitt Judge Sam Rice SheriH Warfield C Benneti Clerk University J H Kennedy Judge W T Griggn Judge H GOreekmore Sheriff E T Burnam Clerk EastEndLT Wilson Judge AE Case Judge T M Wells Sheriff E Witt Cler- kChenautB B Million Judge L T Chenault Judge th H Williams Sheriff Louis Neale Clerk Forest Hill Gordon Rnrgin Judge Wm Asher Judge Ed P Million Sheriff S R Ballard Clerk White Hall Sam RoyceJndgeJ H Minter Judge John Shearer Sheriff Put Black Clerk- 101cPrearyH K Reeves Judge D M Tribble Judge A H William Sheriff Minor Risk Clerk i5lpton Geo GInter Judge Simpson NorrS Judge W J Martin Sheriff Jno Wi l2i ler Cler- kKavanaugiPleas Benton Judge Joslah Gentry Judge H 0 James Sheriff F J Clark 9lerk VacoM M MIIleif Judge N C Bonnv Judge W CT6rrnSheriffj M T BybeCierk- BrasfleidJohn Hoard JndJj J Me Hendren Judge Jesse 1Irnadd1 ShtrltJj W H West Clerk Hear wallow Speed McKeahan Judge Dan Hudson Judge T C Glesbip Sheriff Geo Sparks Clerk- KirmgstommJ B Parkes Judge Geo W Young Judge Brack Maupin Sheriff Luther Todd Clerk Blue LickJohn Johnson Judge John Bales Judge B 8 Terrill Sheriff John HarwoodCler- kBereaC C Rhodnp Judge John Gay Judge T J Oabnrn Sheriff ii Porter Clerk- ClayChlls Rogers Judge D N Wish Judge Fayette Vaujhn Sheriff I N CoIAClerk- lJuncannonJ B White Judge J C Mason Judge Tbeo Dunn Sheriff H E Allen Clerk Burnam J Sam Campbell Judge Wm West Judge Jno W Ballard Sheriff A M Davidson Clerk Tevfe N B Coy Judge Robt Long Judge S A D Jones SheiiflV Clay Blakeman Clerk Crutrher T J Cartis Judge Kinch Tudor Judge MB Arbuckle Sheriff DMI Tudor Clerk Pooeey Geo S Wil y Judge John A Hum Judge jTho Warren Sheriff J C Hendren Clar- kNawbyWni Stflitts Judge lIeu TtMtar Judge OWtf Dou laa ShHiffj RK Tudor Clerk Wire4iffc V WW1I1 HoarfilberUrr tf Leg Broken Mr John Dotv had the misfortune to loose a good horse valued at 150 While in the pasture the animal in some way broke one of his legs and he had to be killed to relieve his suffering rine hop While attending the State Fair last week Mr Harry S Morgan of Whites Station bought from Smith Har- mono of Indiana one yearling boar weighing 750 pounds and a fourteen months old ROW weighing 580 poundsIBout of the animals were first przes at the great fair gan who paid 150 for the two will bring them to his farm at Whites Station ahd will have the best line of pedigreed hogs to be found in the state Mr Morgan is one of our most up todae farmers and poultry raiser HId he id to be congratulated upon his splendid purchase Dr Carl fish Elected Prison Physician Dr C A Fish formerly of Paint Lick but now a resident of Frankfort was elected prison physician last Wednesday to succeed temporarily the late Dr Hugh Tobin Dr Fishs election was made to serve until a physician is chosen at the regular monthly session of the Board of Prison Commissioners Dr Fish took charge Thursday His temporary election in all probability will be confirmed Dr Flab is a son of Mr and Mrs W C Fish of Paint Lick and is a young man of sterling qualities His many friends in Rich mond and Madison county are poud of the record this young physician has made during his stay at the State Capi tal BANKS n TLI If your Coal Runs Out next winter dont growl about the price you have to pay for a new supply Fur the cheapest time to buy Coal is NOW Cold Weather is Coming and with it higher prices We sell Red Ash Jellico Beattyville and Kentucky Coals Also Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Feed etc tetcnr ail Witt Office and Yard at L N Depot Dissolution Notice The firm of II C Jones Co has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Sam Mason retirin from the business All parties indebted to the above firm will please call at once and settle II C Jones Co sepl274t Richmond Ky Public Sale OP City Property The undersigned as Execntorof Mar aret P White deceased will on Saturday Oct 2J 05 at 1030 oclock a in sell on the prem timelatruMain street in Richmond Kv he tween the residence properties of Sena WallerBennettThe bald lot fronts both on Main and North streets has a large and commo dious brick residence a large stable and other improvements and is one o the most desirable residences in th city TERMS The property will be sold upon the following termi viz One third cash Dec the 80th 1905 onethird fl on July the Is lOOfi and one third 1 Dec the 30th 1906 posession to be given January 1st 1906 The purchaser will be required to pavlIhIefrom December the 30th 1905 J A UfrINAN 4t Exec M P White decd i Wilbur R Smiths Business ldlJ legp Lexington Ky opened witlu students in attendance from sixteen states several being from this sections Others from this county are expectEd to enter later m m 7IF 7I71 mu7I iIffi WEAR MADEtoMEASURE CLOTHES AND BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED 1It costs but a trifle more thanto wears good readymade clothes nd the added 7J satisfaction is well woriY 4he slight ex tra expense P To open the Autumi son we are showing an elaborate rtment of 7splendid worsteds ci s thibets tweeds etc of most e atJP and effects and handso of the new Autumn 301 QIspecially designed b l1lI York custom +BSTERNSON t i EXCLUSIVECUSTOMTAILORSt1EWYORK I hom we represent here After- make a selection we will takehmeasure and B Stern Sonwi1j 81 7f for you clothes of which any man might be proud and you will findlioii irje j less than you would have to pay any other good tailor for equal fabrics and N workmanship Bear in mind that every garment will be made strictly your ijm individual measure cut according to any fashion you may select and finished g J exactly as you desire Theres no hit or miss about iteverything will be 5Me precisely as you want it sjx Whether or not you care to give us an order well take pleasure in showing P you our new fashions and fabrics RICE and 4pJflTHE ONB PRICK HQttMB E c c LACKEY AND f HAMILTONWill Continue To Ciive 8PEGffiL PRICES ON GOOD8 11 Always The Best For The Least Price3 rII xeI I xeI Xe I leIIe Ier p Xexextl xeLe lt IeIr r Y T l Y There is nothing likeIGOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good Gakes 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 Elusion Patent Natural Produc Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Jr C cr- t Froin Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves j You need something new in the par lar You need Bed Room Suits Beds andJBedding Mattresses Couches Carpets Safes Tables Cooking IIStove8 Floor OH Cloth or some other household necessity not mentioned here J 1ilSfnctionJ quality Luman Jliyyins jMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Kypr ci X IiIXeY i lImakes a porch more attractive That and our regular comfortable than some of i0Porch and Lawn IFurniture i- Ij TheUI4But winter time is coming and you willwant to f up the interior ofyour homes We can show you all kinds of Furniture from the smallest jj Odd Pieces up to heavyand handsome suites Our line of and especial attention is paid to framing If Our undertaking Department IS up every respect W S OLDHAM IeIIlireTe T rmj IrALsVEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewerenews me hair matcfnew agai n restores the freshness Just I what you need if faded orturning gray for it always restores tIc color 1a1r alsouP1i1 Kr rjusrLu 6 dg 61 1 1A 1tCli iy not ipJq1uf it is certain tha the h ttimay be made les3 TrySuit lirattont IS made right Cla dgci vurlh every cent it J e 4etIc pruaorsof the I Racket Store 1 4tare now showing some ofof the A handsomest China ever brought to y this city They are also exhibiting itorne very exquisite pattern in Yt Genuine Cut lasspra t Their general stockcomprises ev Ai4T of use to a ousek eper 3 1Rememember1theRacket Store when JSJ tt in need of beautiful Queensware and x CutGIasse J t b M 1 1 t pr Kentucky Flashes HIS SISTERS HONOR Vengeance To Be Wreaked By the Ken tucklan on the Destroyer Owlnsvllle Ky Sept 22Alexander Wilson of Knox county brother of Bessie Wilson the pretty telephone glr at the Hotel Navarre in New York city who committed suicide because sho was deserted by i man named Smith who claimed to be a United States army officer has an nounced his irrevocable intention of hunUng down and wreaking revenge upon the destroyer of his sisters hon or and lite He will go to New York at once and begin to search Besalo Wilson was one of the prettiest girls in the mountains and was highly esteemed The quiet life of the country palled upon her and she went to New York to earn fame and riches as other girls had of whom she had read in novels There her money was soon gone and she sought cheap lodgings In these she met Smith who took ad vantage of her youth and unsophisti cated nature Alexander Wilson is a wellknown contractor in good circumstances HIS FORMER NURSE Gen Sydney J Gates Will Take Her As His Wife Louisville Ky Sept 22Sydney J Gates general agent of the Big Foe railroad is to be married in October to Miss Mattie Moore Austin a nurse who attended him during a recent ill ness at the Norton infirmary Mr Gates was in the hospital for the pur pose of having an operation performed on one of his eyes Miss Austin was placed in charge of the railroad man and before his was dcompletedthree weeks ago when Mr Gates lcft the hospital the nurse had promised to become his wife Miss Austin comes from a prominent Lewisburg Va family WESTERN NATIONAL BANK It Will Be Reopened For Business on October 3thLouisville Ky Sept 22Monday brpayment doeraclosed by order of the controller of the currency The assessment amounts to 250000 and furnishes the necessary amount to cover indebtedness to depositors and other creditors and to provide the for re enaniningopen on October 3nA Rush For Screens 22 fimanufacturerstywindowof these articles used in the countr thareorders for the south owing to the yel Jow fever epidemic One firm has toenoughkeep it going for six months A Generous Offer Frankfort Ky Sept 22Twelvo Trankfort physicians have offered to serve a month each as penitentiary physicians for nothing If the salary of the prison physician would be paid for that period to the widow of the late Dr Tobin The prison committee has taken no action Burley Men Incorporate Lexington Ky Sept 22Wlth the filing of articles of Incorporation by the Burley Tobacco Growers of Ken tucky and Ohio the fight made for the past two years to wrest control of the Burley tobacco from the American Tobacco Co seems to be an assured su cess Broker IndictedwPaducah Ky Sept 22The grand jury Indicted J English a commission man and formerly manager of the Ken tucky theater for misappropriating 200 alleged to belong to WIlliam Num sen Sons of Baltimore Md while Le represented that concern as a bro her A New Coal Mining Plant Barboursville Ky Sept 22A new coal mining plant that will add considerably to the output of Knox county is now being installed by John G Matthews president of the First National bank in the Ely Hollow country nlna miles north of here Probably Fatally Injured uovington Ky Sept 22Davld Bagly pioneer citizen and father of Leonard Bagly and Orville Bagly over seer of the branch hospital was probably fatally injured by being struck by a traction car His condition is r ported as serious DeoLexington traction deal whIchJunite the trolley lines ofLejJjtfgton and Frankfort and the J 5rurban running out of Lexing ton is nearing completion It will in volve several hundred thousand dollars Sheriff Hollands Trial Paducah Ky Sept 2ZThe trial of Sheriff Walter Holland of Murray for killing Hardy Keys Is set for Septem ber 28 at Denton Marshall county a new trial having been granted him at the last term of court Girl of 12 Gets a Divorce 221largaretDarbeo Rlley Darbeo and restored to her maId- en name She is only 12 years old A FATAL KISS rather Accidentally Broke His Little Daughters Neck JasonChumbley andcbiiitoilrtJtf one sank to tho ground dead A physician found mat her neck had been rokfjn by her father The father la al most crazed over the strange Occurrence whereby his caress was turned UdwMal1l1Huf k i t 1 i L4 1J TO DELICATE WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py hearty and free from pain until you build up your bloodmakingtonic 1VineofrdQi It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink vegetableIngredientsbackache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest inoo bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed emelope how to Ao1isoryDeptChattanooga Tenn HIS PATENT CURES MEDICINES ARE PUT ON SAME BASIS AS LIQUOR Internal Revenue Department De roaresRectifiers LicenseDruggIstsutto Pay Washington Manufacturers of patent medicines which contain distilled liquors have been put upon the same plane as rectifiers and liquor dealers Druggists who handle those patent medicines are put In the saloonkeepers tegory and as such must take out e regular liquor dealers license The commissioner of internal revtcnue has given a decision here ought about this new flatus of the pa tent medicine maker anl seller By ing so he reversed the decision of atsTho new ruling will not become optocrative until December 1 This Is to prevent an injustice The commissioner in a letter of In struction to collectors of Internal rev ue says that there are many cor- nundson the market going under the ames of medicines that are composed chiefly of distilled spirits without the sdditioncient quantities to change material the character of the whisky He authorizes collectors to Impose e special tax upon manufacturers ofaevery compound composed of spirits even though drugs are declared have been added thereto when f thhemicarti Fonproclablo effect on the liquorSThe same ruling commissioner applies to every alcoholic compound labeled as a remedy for diseases and containing In addi tion to distilled spirits only substancexbor ingredients which their quantity are not of a character to impart any medicinal quality to the compound Collectors are instructed to send out notices to all druggists and merchants dealing In proprietary medicines that after December 1 they will be required to pay the special tax as liquor d ealerstcommissioner as to the medicines that ill be affected It is believed that the decision reaches several prominent and highly advertised medicines In all instances these medicines have been found to contain as high as 45 percent of alcohol and there are many on the market It is said that contain 25 per cent of alcoholtThese are to Im mepse sales In prohibition communities figures collected in Massachusethg recently showing that tised compound with a high percentage of whisky hall been bought to the extent of 300000 bottles In one yeac in prohibition communities of one New England state x ALICE PLUNGES lyfro TANK riPresidents Leaps in Water When Congressman Lou gworth Brails to Take Dare Shcrldanbrlully dressed dived Into a canvas pManchuriafrom Nagasaki She was wearing a white silk waist and a silk skirt and was carrying a silk parasol Congressman Longworth she remarked if you will take a plunge dressed as you are I will follow suit Longworth who was arrayed In a blue coat flannel trousers and white duckshoes shrugged his shoulders Well If you dont dare I do said Miss Roosevelt and before a dozen members of the Taft party could pro test Miss Roosevelt had tossed her Wl3leapedDont you take a dare she shout ed to Longworth as she arose to the surface and started to swim as grace fully as her bedraggled clothing would muchforplunged into the tank to help Miss Roosevelt to steps where they both climbed up and out of the water Fate of Greedy Rattler In Ozark county Missouri the other day a large rattlesnake wail found Im prisoned between two rails of a fence The snake had cotne upon a flock of young quail caught one qf the birds and swallowed iL The survivors ran to of the f iice whereupon the snake crawled t etween the rails until it caught another bird which It swallowed The result was bulgeIb0i Lrnj =Y T 411 YOU ARE FRIENDS ofGatlatinFor since taking Cardul I have gained 35 lbs and am in better health myhusbandweight in gold to all suffering ladies FAIR DERVISH HUMAN TOP Spectators Become Dizzy While Dancer Eats Orange Breaking Record That Made Man Insane New York The spininng record fort human top has been broken Marie Bay oty a Dervish dancer from Beirut Syria kept herself awhirl for 32 reIn ut th aemade by a man who is in an asylum for the insane festering the hallucination that he is spinning the earth He has to be confined in a circular cell and his food is distributed to him in a circle While jn her record breaking whirl the Dervish danseuse peeled and ate an orange and did a few other things Just wasIspinning The occasion was an at home of the freaks of a circus The young woman settled Into a speed about turns a minute In perfect besoccasionally for a swift glance about to keep her location Relief from monotony she obtained by spurts of speed fol lowed e kverybodyof the sensation that they were turn fheskin here and there and everywhere When near the 30 minute mark sho ate a banana without ceasing to whirl gaylittler Bevolvedhad reached the 32minute mark and ea she slowed down quickly to a stop IN DOZEN TENANTS taten Island Man Claims land That Was Squatted On Some Twenty Years AgopNew YorkIf Melville Wygant has een living on seven acres of Staten island land for more than 20 years the work of a small army of men who built a fence about the property under police naughtTheh WygantJohnclaims the property does not belong to ygant1 but is his and has belonged to he Bodine family since 1802 The land strcetRichmond practicallymade to his staying Not long ago Bo dine leased a portion of the property to a water company and Wygant entered years having ejplred Lofus 8 ook possession accordlngfifwygants claim ho alleges tf the property Wyganti 13fnehe fence will be arrested He declares he is ready to prove Wygant has been on the andthreeNO SLEEP IN THREE YEARS Now Wakeful One Is Beginning to FeeLJDrowsy d Naps Once in A lie Wllliamsport Pa Richard Even den who says that for three years he has not had a full nights sleep is be- ginnIng to feel the return of a desire ofthewhile he goes to bed regularly each night at about eight oclock and remains there until six oclock the next sIehisenced brief periods of time during which he feeb sleepy This generally comes to him at about 11 a pJ S23 when ie attempts to go to bed the drowsy sensation departs and he does not sleep Within the last two months he has had a few nights on which ho slept about two hours Other inmates of the almshouso complain because Even den wants to talk while they are endeavoring to go to sleep Dressing to Jewels To the average Englishwoman her Jewelry Is merely an adjunct having no particular connection with the rest of her toilet but added at Not so with the transatlantic sini woman She dresses to her jewels and has her gowns made to match them London Motorist and Traveler SpokenThat Id help himself to money of Its depositors to the extent of 1500000 lose it IB wheat gambling and then falsify the books to iide his stealings Is Incoin solBiIlInk1acaDd i 1ac MTL i ii 1111111 1Leggetts DRY POWDER GUNS I KILLSTobacco Worms BugsandEfledivcly eomlcilly and Quickly The most biactical and economical dis drymwdorsorchaid or Endorsed ly thousands of tobacco and potato growers us the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as walks eppliIDescriptive circular and prices on cation CountyOUR SaedlreeWood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTVKYI Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble und GraniteIci ever iu Richmond Trade at t home where the b abestGolden Flora grEastSacrifice Sale quitbusinessYork Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods 01all inds and there is none superior in this section Also the following personal property My 2story brickresidence on Main street My 2story brickresidence on Collins street known as the arlow place A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness One 4ycarold Haxhalf Vat ican mare phaetonAIlme will lease call and settle BWTURNERRichmond Ky Dan H Breck wili insure your city or county property against fire light ning and cyclone eeplS 4t Telephone B H Tnxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf I will rent for the year 1906 my farm at Rnniou Grove Address me at Waco Mrs Emma J Noble BepOSt tor Rent A cottage on High street recently occupied by Mm Akere Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth rowe For Sale or Rent An elegant houso of seven rooms hath andwater closet Hot and cold wattr and modern improvements good stable and abundance small fruits Al ply to Dr G W Evans 2t tor Sale I desire to sell my stock of general merchandis Tho goods are in first class condition new and salable and ia one of the best country stands in the county For further injormation call on or address R R Harris a233m Peytontown Ky farm For Sale it offer for sale privately my farm cf 250 acres more or less located j miles north of Union City Apout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in eras The farm is well watered hav log a creek and several never failing generallyiparticulars call on or address Irvine Azbill aug23tf Union City Ky Six Million Acres The State of Texas will place on sale Sept let 1005 six million acres of state lands scattered throughout the state it from 00 to 3CO 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 15 Sept ii and IP Oct 3 and 17 E W LaBEAUME G P and T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo bedealtithT3v ry action in company ou3ht to be Iwith some sign of respect to those present ThE1wayto get rid of the rascal Is to lbeinrool Bt economize MFIh Urn lrytO ifh i5 zz o L J I I A FAMILIAR FACE Thellkcnessof Dn WB CALDWELL appears on every package of lLDr Galdwells nn n SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches Ferers Caused by Dowel and Stomach disorders Every ecnuine package ill distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be triad to sell you either the Soc or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas IVhy dont von fnnre your farm mAIni uses this Page Fence it ought to yours Sold by J F COY Notice Your city tax bills for the year 1905 am now due and in my hands for col lertinn On all those not paul on or before Nov 1905 the penalty prescribed by ordinance will he attached- T C ONeil City Collector Office at City Hall sC4t Buy the best Seed Wheat and have the best crop For sale by Letcber Witt non Bookkeeping shorthand and typewriting at Kirkeville School sG4 Shingles lot of extra good shingles for sale ply to Jeff Stone phone 433 Seed Wheat Fultz and Harvest ng for sale by Letcher Witt novI Farm tot Rent I desire to rent for the year 1900 out 275 acres of land with good elling thereon This land is a part of the farm now occupied by the under signed and is about five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 25 or 30 acres of saul land to Join corn 50 acres to pro in wheat the remainder in ass PriviIeKB to sow grain this fall cal po particularslsepC 4t Richmond Ky ++CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN C refreshingof dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St DOT CANS RE4OrTOMXliCTPE4DYMiiI I- SOilT RIGhT Important Memorandum tw P1sa si1Sf-i I u Ia lao fo n ti = I Niiiioch tall Tsr till Right be muse you get the oil in the right way not as in RcadyMUcd Paint but Kinlochthebarrelthats I oilfreshWe know something about paint lJnlochpaint alone not readymixed but rcadfiomix L I RijWN Kirksville Ky II LL 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 atjany season of the year shed any plow cm 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 goodwork and not only in hard dry and sticky ground but to do good work in any fallow ground either clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at any time when plowing can be done except in sod laud Wo warrant against breakage for twelve months caused by defect in material or work manship C E Douglas Co jSuccessors to Arbuckle SimmonsqAgents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Drills Kentuckys Great Tro- LEXINGTON I OCTOBER 314 1 Webers Famous J Band f Daily 6rand Concerts I 2JOJDO Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut Hall CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct U ONE OR MORE STAKES DAIUV iliHalf Fare on All RailroadsI The abovis a good likeness of the famous C1v1c1c ddrWitlLPnumatic Feed Flower J 1 irJif Jandcut and split fodder successfully at the same time and ole mostilurableand saftest cuttershreduer made and requires less power to J operate than any similar machine This machine can be IWhentunity to show you the Kentucky Disc Grain Drill that will Jsow all kinds of small grain beans peas hemp etc accur k i ately We defy competition on our line of Farm Implements f TigerDiscand Power Cutting Box and Hagan Gasoline Engines We oJJwill be pleased to show you our line when in town Y D1 B1Shackelloril Co We FertilizerQuality L 7 1 II m 7F7R m GREAT SACRIFICE CC 47 1 20 000 worth of Boys and Childrens Clothing at less than manufactur IK ers prices We are badly overstocked in this department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core Mothers and fathers we can interest jou Come quickand secure bargains 4 L V Boys Suits short pants costIng from1 M12 Our 9 10 and 12 Boys Pantsand 3atSOcts Long Jtsat 1 5Our W and fSUoys Suits short pants at 2eat 150Our Boys Pants Pants at M12JLong Suits 4 5 and1at Our 125260- ThiS Corduroy Pants at 87o is a great Sacrifice Sale t Cf e quick and secure bargainsi N LOUIS mm STRAUS 4 Lexbgtons Leading ClothirsLEXlNGTON KYsoile fo fQr Air i ii CQs Correci cIIpl illglityea RII1Iard Shryockthe fGUILBlu Clothing for len We are noW displaying lbs DeptltJlMDt GIVE HIM A CALL hascGarKeof our Merchant J tloriag VM fIE1 + + + TIFr ++++flR HSa L i I i