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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 4L If r r r I THE OICHMiND CL MAX r j VOLUME 32 RICHMOND i MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1905 NUMBER 2L r7F ffiffiF7R r i1UFi i 1FStore IN TOWN 4BU FOR ICASH1 mii We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware lWoodenware Porcelain and Graniteware 2 Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies it Road Carts etc ah In fact most every article used on farm or in kitchen Retembour CASH PRICE makes goods very low when Sx I compared with the credit system ffi iWESELL THE t4 urg Cnllca Plow ithe most substantial and easiest running plow 4 in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofingetc RVSCountry MeaL CheapF 7t Poultry Eggs Hides fand Furs i Colyer Bros + Phone 237 Main Street 71 RICHMOND KY F FrI 3H 7 DR MOFFETFS Cures Cholera Infantum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Bowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING PQWDEE WHI TEETHING EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT H D St Louis Mo Mother I Hesitate no longer but savo the health and life of tour child as thousands have done by giving these powders TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes the effects of the summers heatupon teething children G Twenty=five Years- Experience I j- j We use this method to bring before the public OUT liiititof j jGrocerles including such brands as the celebrated Ferndale Canned Goods of all kinds White Star brands J 1mJj1 oJit China and Glassware Wood and Willow wave We also carry a full line of J FieldSedst Feed and Seed Oats Salt J Lime and Cement All Orders Promptly FilledJL From time to time we will n Jthis space that will be worthy of notice and in forder to secure the best rood the market affords- at right prices you should read our advertise twent weekly Covinton Arnold Bro fMain Street c 71 W4 ftNERVIGOR RESTORATIVECURE5 t NERVOUS DEBILITY pbrtkametalendcenooil magnetism the true type or perfect mxnmxxl 1o a ttilt the first roiulslta eoodbealtlir Heats whkb Rlre aevelopaent ana ate wOrthfl yr Heurenear ProitraUon SIepne and other tnraUmui to Overwork emekln drug bbltt and otturauaa- Yakearlth healtfiy blood and repair wacud tuarres lraSLOOehot 81rrorBOOpoitpaWTrtSli AIfIIH acte to retnntL not or wncnud PCFrCR MCBrCAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S For sale byEC Wines New toal Filet I have opened up a coal business gain at the same plane opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Hilt Hill t oat Co I will handle Borne u the best grades of Jellico coal also e Brush Creek coal and I respectfully KiliHt as art of the patronage of the t e pIe III Richmond mid Madison coun sy and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please yon In the quality of coal Get my wfnLrnuppltelephof itug9 star H FBASKKB tI ROY4LThe Baking Powder Made df Cream of Tartar and Free From Alum or Phosphatic Acid Royal Baking Powder renders bread biscuit cake and all flour foods fin rand more healthful k Baking powders made from alum phosphates and other harsh caustic acids are lower in price but they are injurious to the stomach IThe injurious effect of alum on the mucous coat of the and beyond dispute it is both an irritant and an astringent The use of alum in any article of food or article used in the preparation of food should be prohibited JOHN C WISE MD Medical Inspector U S Navy t THE BOLEN FUNERAL The Princess Theater Was Too Small To Hold the Crowd Mlddlesboro Ky Oct 7As the re suit of the assassination of Jack no len on Wednesday evening the cltl zens of Middlesboro and Bell county are up in arms The funeral services were held in the Princess theater The intention was to hold them in the Baptist church but the crowd demand ed a larger place Throe hundred or more members of the Odd Fellows and Junior Order of American Mechan- Ics of which orders Bolen wai a mem ber augmented by visiting lodge men attended in a body and the public schools wero dismissed Over school children marched to the funeral in a body The spacious theater was Inadequate to hold the EXTORTIONATE crowdI Petition That Commonwealth BeMade a Party To Complaint Frankfort Ky Oct 7 Attorneys William Lindsay and Bennett H Young representing the state of Ken Bgckbamcommission a petition that the commonwealth be made a party to tho general complaint of discrimination and extortionate rates preferred by numerous shippers throughout the state against all railroad companies operating lines therein and asking that from this time the complaint bo allowed to be prosecuted In the name of the people The petition wilL bJ heard and passed upon at a meeting of the commission to be held here beginning October 12 next FRANK pALL INDICTED Charged With the Assassination of Jack Bolen at Middlesboro Owingsville Ky Oct 7At Pine ville Bell county Frank Ball promi nent citizen was indicted for assas sination of Jack Bolen who was murdered at Middlesboro Wednesday night while sitting in a barber chair The assassin fired through the window Ball and Bolan had had trouble and Bal had drawn a revolver on Bolan Ball had been indicted for this two days before the assassination Excitement is great in that section and troops may be asked for Robert Ball frother of the murdered man was arrested on complicity charge Inhales Flames May Die CovIngton Ky Oct 7Mrs Wil liam Rose 55 310 Foote avenue Belle vue was fatally burned at the home of her son Thomas Rose when gasoline exploded Mrs Vansant a neighbor heard her screams and smothered tho flames Dr Robertson thinks Mrs Rose inhaled the flames and her recovery is doubtful Dan Gregory Gets a Parole Frankfort Ky Oct 7The state prison commission granted a parole to Dan Gregory colored an inmate of the prison here Gregory was sent up from Jessamine county In November 1904 to serve two years upon conic tlon of breaking into an outhouse Graceful A IfromThe scent of the violet or roseiss precious as the lovely flowerS tW s oBowersghcsthepleasurepermanent blessing The fragraBce of a beautiful woman suggests purity health and she is t of civilization an index alwa Sof taste and an unerring badge of gentility BRADFIBLD Regtilatprinpermits of no wrinkles cheeks rl tortundncrves andahapelessfiguresIt ss Natures rem yThe st BOfflcthingelse and it rjusU plbut the meustnal or tts A ceived and 1imanrliisf lq Try our Regulator all r Our treattsscon II fMK MMFWU lC6U6MW n News in Kentucky1 BANKERS OF KENTUCKY Elect Officers For the Ensuing Year OrganizationI Louisville Ky Oct GBrlet speeches relating to the unparalleled prosperity of Kentucky were the feature of the second and last day of the bankers convention in this city Oscar Fenlejv president of the Bank of Kentucky In Louisville was elected president Other officers elected were as follows Vice Presidents Con CIT11 1 Fugate Adairville Fourth J M Knott Lebanon Fifth Henry C Walbeck Louisville Sixth W E Elliston Latonia Seventh George Alexander Paris Eighth R R Burnam Richmond Ninth J N Kehoe Maysvllle Tenth J S Head Jackson Eleventh John W Slier Wllllamsburg secretary treasurerItive committee Samuel Cassiday Lou Isville E L Lee Covington T H Dees Murray Ky W R FLETCHER MUST HANG He Was Convicted of Abusing Mary Glader a German Girl Russellvllle Ky Oct GThe Jury Jn the case of W R Fletcher a white man charged with abusing Mary Gla der a German girl returned a ver dict of guilty and fixed the punish ment at death Women pinned flowers to the jurors coats and made other demonstrations of delight Fletcher Is 2 years old father of five children and three times a grandfather His three daughters were by his side when the verdict was read and wept bitter ly but Fletcher while very pale did not shed a tear Guy Lyon charged with the samo crime as Fletcher Is now on trial The proof against Lyon is stronger than that against the other two consequently It Is safe to say he like Sacra and Fletcher will receive the death penalty- KENTUCKY PYTHIAN KNIGHTS The Grand Lodge Voted To Sell Home For Widows and Orphans Hopkinsville Ky Oct GAfter an exciting discussion that lasted until midnight the grand lodge Knights of Pythias of Kentucky decided by a voto of 112 to 97 to dispose of the RichardsonGibson property near Lex ington which had been purchased as a home for the widows and orphans of deceased Knights The grand lodge then by a vote of 133 to 96 decided to sell the property and reinvest the funds The grand lodge decided to fix the minimum initiation fee at 10 It has been 15 The next meeting will be held in Louisville ASSASSIN SHOOTS TEACHER The Victim Had Just Returned Home From Church HIckman Ky Oct GArter he had returned from church Emmet W Roach a prominent citizen and teach er of this county was shot from ambush Roach lived 30 minutes and gave the name of his assassin which has not yet been mado public Kentucky Claims Are Allowed Washington Oct GThe war de partment has notified Capt C C Cal houn that the following Kentucky claims of 135 each have been allow ed for losses sustained unlawfully by conf deratesEA Henshey Battle town Nicholas Hadden Mt Sterling J F Williams Winchester To Repair the Henry Clay Monument Lexington Ky Oct Lexington lodgu of Masons No1 of which Henry Cay was once master has decided to call upon Masons throughout Kentucky to unite In an appeal to the legislature for an appropriation to r pair tho headless monument to statesman Man Found Dead In a Field Georgetown Ky Oct GA tall man weighing about 175 pounds and years old was found lying In a field near Elkhorn river where the bridge crosses on the Cincinnati pike He was covered with blood A pistol l- afat y his side with one cartridge ex ploded ICovlhgtonlloneel Dies Covington Ky Oct 6 Mrs Pau line Hauser 70 died In StElizabeth h hospital ofsenility Mrs Hauser was one of the oldest residents of Coving tonlwd with her husband Abraham USt r who survives her kept a yearPs ouded Up By the Police Lexington Ky Oct CrThe police department In charge of the ground during the trotting meeting arrested nine men ra susplejaa and Jogked them bp at teadgnartewan a of mferatic until their Iden chareJ b e rbl1hed CHILD SUICIDES GROW BERLIN CRITICS SAY HARD WORK IS CAUSE Socialists Clergymen and School Crit ics Attempt to Get at Reason for SelfSacrifice of Life Conditions Alarming Berlin Several distressing instances of childrens suicides have occurred since the autumn school term began This has brought on a discussion of the conditions of school and home life and endeavors are being made to trace the causes of that increasing feeble ness of the desire to live which is is affirmed the 11000 suicides of 1903 In dicate The statistics of childrens self murder in Saxony show that although only seven persons under 14committed suicide in 19011902 the number rose to 21 In 1903 The suicides of adults in Saxony increased in the same time from 1SS8 to 1427 The causes of suicide in Germany are regarded as being exceedingly sub tie and in the current discussions the personal views on the subject have generally been decided by the observ ers opinions on other questions The socialists account for the sui cides by economic reasons which they say result in making it harder to get subsistence darken life generally and throw shadows over the lives of the childrenThe view is that the absence of faith the Increase of irrellgion and the growth of sensual materialism ex plain the weakening desire for life and that a revival of spiritual aims would lessen suicides by increasing the seren ity of living Critics of the school systems assert that children are forced too much that they are overatimulated and are given tsks which are impos ble for accomplishment for those slightly below the standard of capacity and that punIsh- ments the fear of reproofs and Injury to selfpride push the child toward sui cide of which he often hears his eld ers refer to as a refuge An instance is given of a 12yearold boy who had failed to do a Latin ex ercise properly and was sent home to his father The boy the moment he entered his fathers room shot himself In identical circumstances another boy threw himself out of a window The total number of childrens sui cides In Germany during 18 years was 747 just under 42 amually ARMOR STANDS TEST Trials at Indian Head Show Plates for the Tennessee Type of Ships Have Great Resistance Washington Rear Admiral Mason chief of the bureau of ordnance gave out this statement In regard to the armor tests made at the Indian Head proving groundsAn test took place In continuation of the series of experi ments begun last March to determine the resisting power of the Tennessee class of armored cruisers under the at tack of projectiles loaded with various kinds of explosives The six and eight Inch were used in the test the- striking velocity of the projectiles being those corresponding to ranges from 3000 to 5000 yards The target was a structure built in exact imitation of the side of the Tennessee with all decks bulkheads etc complete The results were on the whole ex tremely satisfactory as regards the de sign of the ship The damage done by the bursting shells was localized with in the compartment where the explo sion took place and while the damage to both personnel and material within tho comprtment would undoubtedly have been very great the ship as a whole would have been intact at the conclusion of the firing As a final test a 12inch shell was ex ploded within a closed compartment just above the armored deck The local effect of this was considerable but the armored deck was not penetrated DISASTER IN IRRIGATION Engineer Wisner Predicts Destruc tion of Land in Southern Cali fornia in Twenty Years Detroit Disastrous results from Irri gation in the Imperial valley of southern California were predicted by George Y Wisner of Detroit an engineer of national reputation and member of the In ternational water ways commission Mr Wisner was speaking before the De troit Engineering society Within 20 years thousands of people who have taken up government land In the Imperial valley will be driven out by water their homes and fields forming the bottom of an Immense in land sea he said The cause of the coming catastrophe will be poor en gineering in diverting the course of thy Colorado river for Irrigation The stream has cut into the banks of its new course to such an extent that nearly all of the Colorado river flows down Into the valley Tho engineers realize the danger but after many frantic efforts have failed to change the course back to Its old bed Not for 20 years will the evapora tion down there be equal to the inflow Into the valley By that time a million acres of the valley which Is to 265 feet below sea level will be covered by an inland sea- Triplets Born to Girl Wife Triplets whose combined weight is 25 pounds were born to Mrs Mary Wright of Marshalltown III who weighs but 105 pounds herself and is only 17 years old The birth of three babies of such weight to such a young and small woman is said to be without precedent iamedlcalannals MURDER MAY RESULT ByeoUnknown Covington Ky Oct 9Harry RIch 18 of Ve9f 16th street js at his home n an unconscious condition and may lIe from stab wounds received About J oclock his parents attempted to irouso him and falling to do so be came alarmed An Investigation dis covered that he was suffering from a gad wound over the right eye Dr Ben Eckman was summoned and art jr attempting to arouse found lis condition more serious that at first anticipated He located a stab wound n top of thehead and shoulder and bruises about the body as Jf from kicks His wearing apparel was re duced to shreds How he got home 1and who assaulted him could not ba ascertained at the time His condition grew worse and anotherphysician was called who found the patient had set Cored paralysis of the ieft side with brainswas snit was committed onjthe Lraclngtoa pike near the lime kila mUe from Covington about 2 ockxjc In the more ing and that the ettnt Uichvs as witoat itkaowtt Vr ttfi jHJihofilJa FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula in adults poorbloodThese diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil makes tho best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil Heres a natural order of things that shows why Srotts Emulsion is of so much cruise in all wises of iclfI1JlIlllllIIISUlllptioll More fit IHMIV wight mote nonrish niLitt tluiCri why Spin far five sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 415 Pearl Street New York SOc indSOO a u All drugglw BEES HIVE IN A CHIMNEY Wealthy Mans Home Is Chosen by an Army of Insects as Place for Making Honey sootfollowedfrom the gas grate Into the drawing room dumfounded the family of Lemuel J Eelby who occupy a handsome home at Angeleno Heights stopthefrom ruin showed that a large colony of theEelbyIt being convenient to an unlimited sup ply of choice flowers that beautify that thelastceasingtheinto the house SUPjthatovercome and the last of the sweet stream to enter the drawing room was spooned up and served on the table The Poetry of Peace There are daily indlCBtioni that Rus- sIa would now welcome an alliance with Japan Peril Ia monster of such yellow mien that to be hated needs but to be seen but seen too oft endurethen Did a Great Work James Carey Walker of Baltimore a blind student for the ministry lUll performed a remarkable feat of reduc- Ing to the point system 11 chapters of the book of St John and Hadley and Aliens Greek grammar in Greek Doublebreasted SUITSFor says Dam Fashion Right again as usualand right here are the suits snappy in their stylishsmartness We cant b gin to show their unusual look of neatness and distinction inarough sketch like thisyou will get a better idea from a mere glance in our window the next time you pass Slip theyfitSCHLOSS Everything else thats smart for Fall here Suits and Over coats JO to 25 4nd Skirt Parlors are tilled up with beautiful new Cloaks and Skirts for lakes misses and children We are showingthe prettiest Cloaks for ladies The newest things in Cloaks and Wraps sor children The most uptodato Skirts over shown in the city Our styles are the newest Our qualities the best Our prices the lowest Try us on ladies and mans fine shoes Our La rrance shoe for ladle suits every lady that wears it uptodatefootwoor qualitiesWelet us shoe them up this fall and wo will save jou a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CASH IKI E on all merchandise before you purchase this fall We can save you moneyon every article you buy We sell ev rjthing Wo buy in largo quantities for cash and undersell nil competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and tee how much lower we are than others We are for the eel brated HAWKS HATS for men If you dont wear a Hawes lint you dont got the best for your money Try o- neWD0OIdhameo Richmond Kentucky The National Daily Review and The Climax Both One Year 1150 r I 1qiM I9 ii4 jIJjU1Hj pTI 4uIU 13 I1 1 1Viy Enure Stock of Goods Must be Sold by January 1st I REBARULESSj- J MW MMMNI III iuiUI puuI I r7fYIAlI IT 111111111 a D q r I I c t fJeI exI Look Us UpIWHEN YOU WANT k Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BUNION CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY ThQ Climax Printing Co Incorporated- A D MILLEREdltor A Manager u Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City omcesuuuS 5 00 ForConntyOflicClu u uIn 00 For Stile and District Offices u u 15 00 For Calls Venue u uuu 10 EorCardperUflePor In the interest of In dividual or expression of Individ ual views per line Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY OCT 11 1900 We are authorized to announce Mr Frank Tussey a candidate for Consta ble to succeed himself in Kirksville Magisterial District subject to action of Democratic party g A WOMANS club in Chicago a few days ago in solemn session assembled took a fling at that beautiful prayer which unnumbered thousands of chil dren have been taughtthat pray beginning Now I lay me The Chicago women said that prayer frightened children that its reference to dying during the night gave them a creepy frightened feeling ante should be cut out Thats what women of the Windy City said about it Those ohin workers must hare been out of anything to say That childs prayer until those Chicago women jumped onto it was supposed to be the one unassailed treasure of childhood In the year 1867 Zeb Vance delivored an address in Raleigh and here is what he said about that prayer Caesar and Cicero are known to be scholars Lutherand WeLII ley are known too and classes and conditions of men Shakespeare is read and admired by millions of human souls The sublime song of the Paradise Lost may perish and the Elegy in a Country Churchyard be forgotten but the North Star ceasibg to guide the pilots of the Fea shall following the Constellation of the Cross disappear from the gaze of men beyond the everlasting ices of the Pole and the Bedouin of the desert shall halt his camels upon the disintegrated dust of the loftiest pyramid ere little children in every part of the wide earth shall cease to respect before going to rest that simple prayer of some forgotten Christian poet Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep Harrodsburg Herald WHAT a beautiful month is our 0 tober when summer slowly yields to the coming breath of winter Tie October sun warms but dos not burn the October wind stirs the blood but does not chill not all the birds are gone not all the leaves have fallen and field and orchard still suggest the season of fruit Let us ask Mother Nature in her October mood to fill us with nrv vigor of mind and body to give us new ideas as to life and our duties and to prepare us for the long days soon to come when the gloom of winter has settled over field and for est But we must go to Nature and byour own efforts take of her strengthening life TilE illustrated historical supplement to the Bourbon News made its appearance with the issue of October 3rd We congratulate Editor Champ and his assistants upon their business push as well as being proprietors of a paper In such a town as Paris as beautifully portrayed in this supple mont It Is a work to be proud of and well worth preserving Reggie Vanderbilt and his retinue of servants were the whole show at the Louisville horse show last week They occupied eight rooms at the Seelbach hotel and Louisville society nearly broke its neck trying to get in with a member of New Yorks real 400 So FAR as we remember all the lie publican papers in the State are in favor of retaining the secret ballot Another pretty good reason why Democrats should vote for the open ballot iyersTo be sure you are growing old But why let everybody suKeepand postpone age If you will Hair Vigor Hair fayourall the deep rich color of youth Sold for 60 years I am now over old and I bavo a thick glouy head 0 lean hair which i a wonder to everyone who teei It And not a gray hair ofMaeflM a bottle j c TEn All druIUfor lowell Mauti White Hair= UNTIL vilE the millenium has spread the wings of universal peace over this earth and the lion and the lamb lie down together people will quarrel fight and kill but the shooting affrays that occurred this week in our adjoin ing counties and caused the death of two of the Commonwealths respected citizens leaving heartbroken widows and orphan children to mourn their r loss brings forcibly before the people of this section the prevalence of the cowardly and criminal practice of car rying concealed weapons Ne man dwillupon a violation of the law or is afraid of some one The habit of arisryinga pistol or knife will make a becowardafraid when he is without thun T is now a statute in this State making it a fine and imprisonment of ten to carry concealed weapons Thabe not severe enough It a felony punishable with confinement ins the penitentiary Going armed is a taterelicshould wipe out the obnoxious prac tice if it has to resort to the most strenuous methods to do so Some will arrysayweapons for protection If a man reasonable grounds to fear viol from his neighbor he has the right have him put under a peace bond Danville News Lv loss than one month the regular November election will be held and in view of this fact all Democrats sh oulds unite in renewed energy Give your support strong and undivided to our Democratic nominees especially who have opposition The Rep lll1 cans who are almost hopelessly the minority in Madison county are endeavoring to secure control of two of the most important offices iniiler county that of sheriff and Should they elect a sheriff thc R ecidpublican reJturns and judging the future by the past every Democrat in Madison readily understand what such a ri would mean to the Democracy this county In unity there is strength is an adage which is true the world sandtrue Democrat to see this thorou proven at the approaching dcc Be true and loyal to the Democ ticket and score a telling vietory INSTEAD OF starting up a new paper to be known as the Harrodsburg News Mr Owen McIntyre has purchased rom Pulliam and Hutton the plant of conthetinue to conduct this papar May it always remain the same newsy sheatS as heretoforeh= There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few pFornounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failo lug to cure with local treatment pro flounced it Incurable Science has a proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatment II Catarrh Ture manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the bloodt syslemrheycase it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO To Toledo Ohioacold bv Drupirists 75c Take halts Family Pills for constipa ons= IIIfo Rapid Strides Toward Perfection shave du been taken in the past year by manufacturers ol Wall Hangings The designs are beautiful and the colorings rich and harmonious We have exclusively for Central Kentucky papers made by the foremost foreign and American manu facturers We employ a class of decorators who are artists tio in their line d Stop experimentingbuy your Wall Paper and have it hung by one who can make goodthwe guarantee satisfaction fri B ROWER The wa f ti Ati t J t ll 7 2 t it AT a recent meeting of the City Council ife was decided by that body to submit to the voters of Richmond tho question of voting 15000 bond Is f brorI havtupon our citizens the extreme need of such a building Rather would we have them go down and examine the Moldthelapidatedwholly inadequate to supply the Chudidhis office to rooms in the Oldham building The city hall building rackety and old is really a menace to the safety of all who gather there to transact the citys business Reg u larly do they place their lives in jeopardy A continued usage of this bu will result in severe or hodeathwititore money than to erect the proposed building In addition to th Richmond is fast becoming a cityof handsome building public and private and to such we as citize point with pride but our fenthi ll when wo reach our city hall a I vo tiotingpreaching November election and we urge upon our citizens in the name Richmond pride and growth if nothing more to consider this ques on in the allirmative ONE important question to come be fore the voters at the November election is whether or not the viva voco system shall be returned to It is generally known that the secret b Hot system breeds more c rruptness more dirty underhand work than the old way Irom all the evidence obtal able it seems l fohequestion is to be deci cd at the clec tion Nov 7 Voters must thnkand think seriously on this subject and have their minds made up on this im P rtant matter The Indian Territory and Oklahoma Special will leave Nicholasville Tues ay October 17 at 235 p m Round trip only f21 good for 21 days This the lowest rate ever made ncwbecall rcon or address r G tieneralKyISDEMOCIIATS if a Democrat has lone tiomethinghave done if he has condoned some thing you think ho should rot have condoned the time to fight him is a the primary or convention not at the regular election Springshas wellIceMisstoought a controlling Interest in Olympian Springs stock and will from now on have complete charge of the springs property The Lexington liarb rophireexpectedthatas well as made much more attractive ein appearance tian it has ever been theillwith shrubs flowers and shade trees This slimmers guests will remember the beautiful walk to the Black Sulphur Spring and alcna this walk choice evergreens and shade trees art to be planted addii to the beauty and comfrt of this clmnning walk Olympian Springs rankiaith the most duranatitrop s t Dhisplace in Kentucky and hopes to get ai rliberal share of patronage from Madi on county Friends of both Mr and unboundedInDEATHHUME A wave of inexpressible sadness passed over our community when It became known that Mary Hume had succumbed to scarlet lever with which she had suffered for a number of dlarso Her death occurred last Tuesday e vanfl ug just as the shades ot iiigbt weff athering She was eleven years old mid the eldest daughter of Mr and Irs E B Hume Only a bud that has eel transplanted to blossom in a fairer clime Though young in years abe possessed marked traits of charac ter traits that endeared her to all Her death is a severe blow to her fond arents who grieve not alone for nil earts throb vitb ympathy thit words cannot express rihe was laid to rest in ur beautiful city of the dead on Wednesday aftoruoon her grave being veritable Honor garden flowers as pure as was lir voting fresh life Gods moves in a itiytei ious way Some lay we will understand why this b San tiful child 1011 by all was taken May God in hw in1 lite mercy heal the wounded hearts anl help them to look through the clouIs to the bright antshining shore whdre little Mary waiting their coming TCKSER Wliam Frank Turner died t his home oar Union City Sept 28th aged 72 year He was well known through ttie county having been over eer for Col I S Irvine for over 40 years He was highly respected by all r his many noble traits of character ways honest and hoiiorable in all his alings He was never married butaplied himself solely to his business d work and saved enough to hive- mfortablyiti his old age None knew bemsadly missed by those with whom he spent his last days M S CnrrrcKEn Mrs Margaret Orntchordied last Friday at the St Josephs Hospital in LexiugU n agel about 80 Lirs Deceased AVas an aunt ol Mr L Crutcber of this city who con ctcd her funeral Saturday titera toIl1rrodliburgHnxDnEv Mrs Mildred Hendren wire of Mr James Hendren of Sulphur Well died Monday night of consiitnp theildren countyTuesday r r e family burying grounds Jessa mine NewstoFIUSA News has been rrceived Iy EdfrdHerman FrasH of Huntsville AI little fellor thelSJa EsayIlo3 Two shoats ontj black and one red weight about 65 Ib3 came to my place a month ago and have since been cared by the undersigned Owner cnn e same by calling and paying charges H M SNYDER o44t Edneyburg Ky fencNoUestouhoeWerns behiPotterndon on and Oct andloberlithof samples of lIens Womens and lictonRichmond and vicinity to call and inspect them during that time POTTER SHOE Co oct4 2t Cincinnati Ohio hesForWe desire to rent for the year lt 55 acres of No1 blue grass land wiLt one milO of the Court house Gc use of four rooms cistern good b h room for thirteen cows Th are two good gardens and never faili ingoff water This place has been used or istw o years as a dairy Apply to G J White Son Richmond Ky Oct 4fr sROlIc ol Her Business rAlay received the following reply from a neighbor in answer to the ques n why she allowed her children and sband to litter up every room in the house and the sentiment will find lodgment in the heart of every home loving person in the land The ma cle buanthe stain when these little feet go down into the mud of the highway to e The prints of the Jittle fingers on sh wi kiineda 10rkenone who is but a name through the coming years And if Jmy John troublelaa greatest its ur walls he can put his boots in the rocking chair and hang his coat on the fl Boorcan stand it and ho enjoys it I can not see that it is anybody elses business Ex Simple Remedy for Catarrh Just Breathe Hyomei Four Times a VaT and Be plIflinvou can cure catarrh by breathing air c with a healing balsam the idea would have been ridiculed and remained lor that eminent investig Hycdemel Hyomei has perfoimed almost miraculous cures of catarrh and id today recognized by leading members of the medical profession as the only adver sttI remedy that can be relied upoj d just what it claims Tin cum p late outfit of El yomei costs 100 4d SaropperBreathe Hyomei through the ml- orf Ii few minutes four time a ind it will cure the worst case oCea tarrh It soothes and heals the mucous membrane of the air passages prevents irritation and effects u c m plete and tasting cure In Richmond there are scorcsot well known people who have been cured of nothehe money you for Hyc This is the strongest evidence that etlyeSTOlK REPORT In Scott W H Leach sold to David May 100 hogs for December delivery at 5525 Mr Evan Sutzer one of our most upin todate farmers has just imported one of the finest herds of angora goats ever aeen in this county He procured in Texas aud tor one he patti the cost one hundred dollars This a was sired by Dick the Sooth Afi t herdoathas reached the 300 mark and ere he will have one of the best herds in the State This is the kind or enterprise needed among our farmers Elizabetlitown News A well informed cattle man told Theti emocrat Saturday that there were at Iwo thousand fat cattle in Clark county yet unsold owing to the prices prevailing this fal Winchester Democrat The latgest steer in the world is property of Dr Williamson of Wesi Virginia The steer weighs 3400 Ibs and is 18 feet mound the body 16 hands two and onehalf inches nigh and measures four feet from top of withers Inldfourteen tats Mode Nicol the wellknown Lo dug ton horsjiimu acting as agent for an Eastern man boughtof Mat Cohen the t nyadyCohort campaigned this mare through the Central Kentucky fair circuit this season without meeting defeat and she was considered by competent judges to be one of the best highgoing young mares in KentuckyscMr J tore shipped a car load of hogs to Cinciu nati Tuesday toMron Bro of Fayette 50 ewes at 430 y inerTHE OrTORIUNm Or YOUR UfE lejnow is your opportunity If you want o taken pleasure trip never before were you offered such low rates You can buy town lots In Paden Indian Territory the new town soon to bean opened up in the Creek Nation Lots only 40 each Only a few more left and if you want to make an investment in town lots you must act at once There is no finer country in the United States than Indian Tern vindin Indian Territory can now be purchased at from 6 to 15 per acre This land is as hue as the best Blue- Grass land in p haroductiveoats cotton and all kinds of fruis and v in coWhynew country V On next Tuesday October 17 1901 colonyof homescekers will leave Jf Richmond Nicholasville and other wi points for an extended trip through ci the Territories Agents for the leading railroads will be in Nicholas ville mnwho desire to go can got tickets at the thoundest rate ever made and all who wish make the ttip should consult FitANK LESLIE RUSSELL M Genl Colonizlog Agent Richmond Ky rtorRent ha A Cottage on High street race ntlvoU occupied by Mrs Akers Call O- l4fe 04be KM ElMwih Cre we maAn In every newtno lck up we are sure to find a kst OtiU8babout the man behind the gun tho man behind the buzz saw and the man behind the son man urdbehindthe plowshares and the man behind the e and the man behind the whistleM andJ hnJlLUd tire bars man nd the kodak and the man behind the cars the man behind his whiskers thcmanbeliindlils fists and eif erything behind has entered on the 2 but theyve skipped anpther felt low of whom nothing has been said the fellow who is even 6r a little way ahead who always pays for w h IU Ie gets whose bills are always signed Johathan IndthewholeIncom are ex JiiernQireever s our to the marl1t1lht 18 ntad J f p auCj USEM Rid STIX CINCINNATI BootsShoes Rubbers r Sa Colesmanoooc ItOCaw Sacrifice Salean quitbusinessY inorkmyhends and there is none super in this section Also the following personal property residencebleMy 2story brick residence on Collins street known asihe place A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness One 4yearold HaxhaIl Vat ic JAAll parties owing me will ease call andsettle B W TURNER KyoPERSONAL Mr Allen Zaring was in Versailles Saturday Mr Harry Cosby was in Lexington Wednesday ndMr L P Adams was in Lexington turday tonayMr Charlie Culton attended the trots Friday Mrs D R Levis has been visiting in Lexington Mr Elier Deatherage spent Satur day in Lexington SundayiMr Bland Ballard of Danville is here with relatives Mr A B Oldham of Mt Sterling was hero last week Misses Annie and Ellen Englc were Lexington last week Mr W B Williams of Irvin was in the city last week sOJounat visitingadnMr A C Berry of Birnott Mo is vIsitingrelatives in the county Mr Earl McGarvey of Lexington was with here lst week Mrs John Ballard of White Sta on spent Saturday in Lexington Miss Annette Riddell of Irvine has been visiting Mrs Neale Bennett IWMrs W H Dowden of Butler Pa is visiting bur father Mr John Taylor BeulahlIeday toNazarethter Lexingingtonro Dr Landman the oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday October 11th Messrs Otto Powers and Alex Den were in Cincinnati Saturdayand day Mrs rhomas A Hall of Frankfort thuBurnam childrenarlet fever Dr and Mrs C H Vaught and Dr an xingnbeeDinMrs W T Chenaultut Mexicors David Chenault Mrs Jack Adams of Lancaster daughterEugenia the little daughter of Mr d Mrs E B Hume is slowly im proving from scarlet fever a The Cecilian Club will hold its firsit mee ing of the year this afternoon with Mrs G W PickelstMrs Jonnie Grider of Speedwell will leave next week for au extended sit to Winchester relatives Househait her brother Mr Herbert Davis v Mr Shelby TribbleofJelKcoTcnn j loIrSusanMr Nelson Gay and tamlly of ClarlIunty have been Mr and rs T D Chenault at CumBerland JMiss 0llte BessigrTurleyouth of Mrs J illiamstMr Robert R Burnam attended the tkoKLonisville Thursday ParthathePMr and Mrs E M Yeatcb Jr eottaeGlyndon L Mr and Mrs J W Arnold Wit C Caa pet ti oFi I Mollle Fife nf Richmond were NI tertalned at dinner by Mrs Sparks Monday evening Jcssamine iNew s at wHamiltonay to enjoy her birthday ana- lsarvith her parents Colonel and Mrs W W Watts r and Mrs W R Thomas left 4bK till Springs today for their winter home In Ford Ky Mr Thomas has interostp such magnitude to at ien tISaotl death of his father that it Is necessary for him to be there in person Mjss Wagers of Madison waS guslof Mrs Alex Hamilton this week Estlll Herald Arnold Simmons of Kirksville hap been visiting his aunt Mrs Jl S nsor before having for schoolat ianapolis Mr aud Mrs Morris Dudley of Richmond are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs James Hill MsVesta Lackey left today LexingtonGeorvett son were guests of Miss Norma El re Danville Central Record DeputyRichmond of the local Revenue Office was in the city yesterday on business Mr Ben netUwas aso Stamp Deputyunder llector Denton Hon Dick ller of Richmond candidate for congress from this district was in they Mr Miller is one of the countrydCongressman Gilbert could be select ed Danville Advocate engravedinvitatwDs4I Wallace is a native of Paint Lickand manyfriendspro ching marriage with pleasure Mr and Mrs Oliver Cromwell Roll request the honor of your presence at the of their daughter Grace to Mr John Higgins Wallace on Thursday the twelfth of October One thousand nine hundred and five at high noon First Presbyterian Church Greenville Kentucky Rev and Mrs J O A Vuught announce the engagement of their daughter Anne Louise to Mr W N Collins of Pueblo Colorado The wedding will tale place the latter part of this month at the Methodist parsonage on Washington street Miss Vaught is eldest daughter of youngladyacquaintancesFor horne with her sister in the West Mrs Ray and it is only in the past few months that Frankfort people have had the pleasure of her acquaintance Mr ColUngs is a native of Kentucky and was born and raised in Danville Ky He is a very promising youn business man of Pueblo and occupies a high place as draughtsman in the above city Frankfort Journal The above announcement will be pleasant news here where Miss Vaught is well citydurnglocal Methodist church Fur Fur to Fine at Ou 17 at the hour of 10 oclock a m we will ell on the premises at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the farm placeI219 and 79JOO Acres pikttlveRichmond and has two large tobacco barns on it and two residences It if divided into two pieces by the Speed well pike the one on the side 129 acres and that on tin outh side containing 90 acres The land will be sold in parcels and producingtheresidence has a telephone line and rural free mail route near it 1liis land is one of the best located and productive in couiit All of it is susceptible of cultivation n is most home being sur ownIIoit A Public n on adjoining land and churches arp w fanillmonths with good and approved se for the purchase money The totheforest from January 1 1900 until paid A lien fur all the purchase money and interest is expressly upon the whole tract until all of it is The ght to reject any and all bids is ex Possession of the land will be deliver termsheof seedogsuchslrj before January 1906 ember that this sale is on the TueeclayOclo J Grant E Lilly Assignees of Lavinia E Unnnigkam arId Laura Estill Fur cis Ac fay you Swd Wtwt frow JUleJwr l Y2 p J 1 At the East Tennessee Telephone Co mutilated a number of shade trees belonging Hiker Vanars dall He brought suit for damages hich was settled by the pay 300 and the costs of the stilt Dr Fred S Smith Dentist UobsonDulldlng PHONE 41 KENrUOKY qiiIpgets the best C 0 AL4- COMPANY in Eichmond When you want a load of the best coal go to the phone and call for 184 thats Beattyville number and we are the peo pIe who sell D 3ac eact S eeo all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt cttyvi11a CQI1 o D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av PIANOS publieGrade Pianos The fact is there is an Artistic Enthusiasm behind the manu facture and sale of Mason Hamlin Hazelton Deckers Haines Bros Kingsbury Armstrong Marshall Wendell and the other lending makes we handle There is a professional pride in our association with these delightful instru mentsCome in and hear them sing their own praises string instruments that voice the heartbeats Sentinent LOVP Joy Passion Mirth Sadness warmth aim depth of feeling that echoes faith fully every mood of human emotion The Worlds Pianos are Here Also a Fine Line of Organs 1O O m se eO 146158 West Main Street Kentucky u rr Special Features i Each Day the Trots i Attractive Models lately arrived from Paris t Tailored travelingCarriage Handsome Costumes in cloth and velvet Misses Suits Coats and Skirts iFur Coats Scarfs Muffs- He Embry Co Oulfitters Women 1fc Lexington l S Kentucky Blue Grass Farm Public SaleF Tuesday Oct containing a delivery farms Madison a desirable Free School reserved paid pressly reserved W Caperton s t IIJAB1W4 jgn i r Harrodsbnrg company RICHMOND obtainable the 1tOa 8Xthakc delivery a Lexington During touinill tiatc RilrQ t DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VenalllelLawreuceburgIShell 600 LJr Cincinnati 13 P ro aroForWXEtINSProm Loalsville Lexington and II1Mam P mPromFrom 73pmU vRAv Office Qljndon Hotel llrhmonil HiE MOST REfRESHING DRINK IN THE W- ORLDc7 At all Slanda6c Public Sale Having sold my farm I wll sill at d biderStock Crop and Farm ing Implements ON teiiy htiitr 25 11 atlalntLickwhich consists of the following to Wit 4 ldHeHerltiYearlinBull 30 Hog extra Saddle Horse BroodManes4 YearlIujt1 font IK hauds3 inches extra good ImpleinenisultivatorsPlows barreleofCornMr B W Walker will offer at the Regiserednd eleven females from the lwrdofj IdiaiiaTERMSi B PARKES Le to Ton CuRiTAcs Aaet r tl t v 4htflhVw f 1QJm J J JK JD J DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys GUARANTEED POULTRY CURE If a man should look you straight in the eye and say I can do so and so you would probably wonder if he could But if then and there in black and white prove that he tI1could you would think that he was right We will prove i to you that we have a remedy for Turkeys and Chickens that we guarantee to cure Cholera Limbcrneck and Uoup C v4oryour money back for the asking Sire your Turkeys tI4 Ni4Price 50 cents delivery charges prepaid Farmers Commission Co Lexington Ke- ntuckyTURKEYS KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky Ladies and Girls Readytowear Garments ItWhat 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 some time ago that this would be the case so we took the hint and turnedour thoughts and endeavors toward bringing together a contrasting assortment correctly and stylishly modeled suits in various shades of gray ofI Every true womans aim is to be stylishly dressed and no woman can be considered stylishly dressed unless she is correctly dressed In getting suit hero you are assured of the latter therefore further argument would be superfiousour 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 all 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 allpurchasesof30or more Kaufman Straus Co LEXINGTON KENTUCKY winter time is coming IIeatErWeWhen in need ofa eook Stoveerxmine our Regal Queen We are are agents fthe- Od J Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Dris Repairingclass hardware st- oree7L TAYLOR 1 CoughsraSPiugJ GREAT sharpcornered Coughs that nearly tear your throat in two Coughs thicome from clear down in the stomach The very worst coughs are all cured by Perry Thomas Syrup Iandtaknitmost chronie coughs r 50oostmoreC T I j IuIIIlJ on 1 t t Some people have a notion that spring is ftheonly time to buya buggy i t That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular LetJ us tell you how Good picking in every de partmentiC P Higgins Telephone 232 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT H 1905 Winchester has Instituted a com inandery of Knights Templar Endora Matt Cohens fine horse Horse won showIWNTEnLady office clerk Salary 2500 Apply in own handwriting to Box 103 Richmond KyIThe new front of McKeea Street is quite an improvement j Dont full to attend the opening of the Farmers Bank at Kirksville this county October 14 1905 ocU 2t Buy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt Oct 4 6t- The P A C Infirmary lies beeu treated to a new coat of paint which adds very materially to its appear juiceFrank Ball who assassinated Ed Boleu at Middlenboro has escaped fromI prison and is believed to be in Li e county Virginia A large sum will be offered for his capture n Lee Sims who killed John RI Farris on the streets of Stanford two weeks ago had his examining trial Thursday and was held over to the eirI cOil Court without bail Mrs M F Arbuckles B P Recks the best Pullets all sold 30 Interels at from 100 to 500 each Address Silver Creek Kentucky 0H4t Phone 34 KirksilIei Surly trust and early winter are predicted on all hands and the thick corn shucks and various other signs are already being pointed to as favoring at sever cold season A Missouri farmer publishes thhI cure for typhoid fever He says A live toad applied to the foot of a ty plioid tatieiit and kept there until it i r dead will draw all the fever out i tin system Elsewhere in this issue appears the professional card of Dr Fred Smith iltMitist who has lately moved his of lice to the rooms vacated by Dr V H Hobeon next door to Post office Dr Smith solicits your patronage It is said that 180000 was oTered and refused for Dan Patch the great pacer this week This is the largest price ever offered for a horse Hit owner says there is not enough money in the world to buy him as he is not for sale W D Oldham Co are showirg Home smart things in Mens Double Breasted Suits new arrivals this week Thee are the styles that will be worn this Fall in New York and Chicago and come bore straight from tin Quality Makers Schlojs Bros Co of Baltimore Fine Fox Hound SOU Mr M C Hall of Caleast this county sold last week to Steve Walker of Garrard county a fine fox hound for ooo Big sale Remember that Oct 14th Saturday of this week is the date for the W B Smith and Henry Rayhurn sale R ad their advertisement elsewhere Gun Shoot Touroame t The Winchester Gun Club is making arrangements to hold a two or three dnys hoot commencing1 al out the 18tl of this month Winchester Democrat Dont fail to attend the opening 01 the Farmers Batik at Kirksville thi count October 14 1905 oct42t iale of Fine farm As previously announced the sale of farm belonging to W B Smith anc Henry Rayburn will take place Satur dav Oclob r 14th This is one of thI Vtest farms in Madison county and is splendid opportunity for persons seek lug investments Ucmotd- Slieriir Wondrtm MoCord read th dt Mti irruiitto Sam It Isle the nrgi rapiNt in his cpU in th county jii ThiiiH iHy He did nor HP em to bp pam ticiii rv inipreniMl IInd asked Siiffiriiuw IIIIIK IL was until the lay of tx cation When told fie would b pruvitfd with a new suit of clothes h vru iniich pleased The affold o which Hathaway WitS executed wil again be used and will probably b hroiiLlit hero some time this week him stilt asserts his innocence and it i not hplieved he will make a confession Winchester Democrat eoas O when the cold weather comes and soon will be the burning question allover town But it neednt bother you If you will let us fill your order now with w s 5eo att eOa at iho low prices that are now prevailing We mire also headquarters fo Kinawha Salt Plister Cement Lime and Feed of all kinds Ltlolur and Witt OI1cand Yard at L N Depot 1hrSale Six Wale hogs and six silts extra good Poland China weight about ICQ pounds For further particulars call on or address G J WHITE Sos ctllti RfchmondKy Plymouth Rocks barredI feniBentonIsept273t Professor Beard colored who hac been serving three months in Jail hereon a chaiga of obtaining money undei false pretenses was taken to Browns ville Ky last week by Chief Allman where he was wanted on a similar charge Lately Atfofcd The suit opening at W D Oldhame last Wednesday was largely attended and all day the store presented busy scene Many handsome models were givenrhisseason and Mr Oldhom deserves much piase for his upto fate ideas Hoonshken Captured Captain Short accompanied by Deputies Mullins Shackelford Greenton Mitchell went to Estill county last destroyjuglundred gallons of beer Jim Durbin and A Ashcraft the offenders were brought to this city to await their tritl before the Federal Court Teachers Pay Day Superintendenttribute money to teachers of the Madison county public schools The pet capita for this county is 319 a reduction from the original amount given nt This reduction is caused by the number of small schools being started titer the original amount was named Tuesdays Kegistrauon D RInd Pro Court House 75 IoU 5 0 East End 135 135 12 0 West En 158 85 S 0 University 208 SO 3 1 Gi7 450 28 1 Total vote 1055 Democratic majority over Republi ansf 12 Democratic plurality 97 Ttx s it If you are contemplating a change ohv not Iocae in Toxas where the Winters are mild and a home can be jurchased lor what you pay annually rent in the North East Texas offer pportunities for fruit and truck growers not equaled in any other section 01 ur country Write for literature ano Uomeseekers rates Sept 19 Oct 3 ano 17 Nov 7 and 21 L O SCUAFFEU T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati Jhio Officers Elected At the recent meeting of the Bankers ssociatlon held in Louisville Mr R R Burnam of this city was elected Vice President from the Eighth Con ressional district which is quite ati honor to our esteemed townsman Fiiis meeting proved a beneficial ont in every way to Kentucky bankers anr oroved that the banks of this state vere never in a more prosperous con iition Henderson will most likely be hosen as the next meeting place The Powers Use AttorneyGeneral Hays of Ken tucky appeared yesterday before tin United btales Supreme Court at Wash ingtn and moved the Court toadvanci he case of James B Howard one of hie Uoebel murder cases for immediate irgument and consideration On xVednesday he will ask the Court ti ssue writ of mandamus requiring United States District Judge Cochran or the Eastern District of Kentucky to remand the cae of Caleb Powen oack to the Kentucky Courts for further trial COUNIY COURT OFDERS The last will and testament of W F Punier deceased was offered for pro ate in Court Monday but was co iiined until Oct 30 Mrs Ann L Douglas was appointed ad qualified as guardian to Drusilh it Douglas age nine years R B Combs was appointed and qual fied as administrator of GuIfia J ombs deceased Howard Ili tnoit limiter and CB Combs were aipuiuuu ippraisers of the estate Ed C Carson was appointed guar Han to Laura May Turner minor ano xecuted bond and took the oath re quired by law Thos D Chenault Jr was appointed idmiuistrator of Mrs Laura M Cue mult deceased and executed bond aid took required oath Mr Chenault was also appointed guardian to his son Douglas Chenault ige six years Rev T A Kitchen was granted the- righitto perform the rites of matrimony in the State of Kentucky Bowling Green Ky June 12 1001 Or E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir We have been selling your Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery two years and can recommend it to an t one fcufferiug with any kipney trouble as being the best remedy we have eyei sold YOUIB trul- yWCMURRISCO A Texas Wonder Wonri kidney andbladder troubles removes rayel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheuma tiara and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men women regulates bladder troubles children If not sold by fur druggist will be Rent by mail on receipt of 1 One binall bottle is two months treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole maRa facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drsgxttte Swsytl i ZTii ti KlIfW RAIN COATS Rain or Shine Wear Splendid coats in all weights chemically treated so that they Yj shed water like a ducks back No rubber no odorjust a fall and winter overcoat with the addedadvantage of being practically water proof allccollars and graceful skirts so characteristic of perfect tailoring Kenton Rain Coats 1250 to 2500Other ats 500 650 800 1000 tti New Full Nuts Time to away your faded straw and get under one of our brand new fall styles Easy to find in our big stock just what you want Best brands choose from Roelofs Youmans Mundheim Pioneer Heddin and Stetson 100 to 500 COVINGTONLittie Mr Louis Sandlin Sr and Mrs ucy Johnson wero married last Thurs G lay by Rev A J TribbleIIIElder A J Tribble performed the eremony which united the lives ofw Mr J A Curry and Miss Rnhamay Villa License wore issued to Mr Evan Roberts and Miss Jennie Cornelison William Renfro aged 27 and Miss Vicie Hagar the 19 year old daughter If Mr and Mrs P Hagar went to Nicholasvi lie yesterday afternoon vhere they were married Valley 10 View Argent ReduceS Rates to Dtmoaatic State lcnvenUonp On account of the above occasiov fie Louisville Atlantic Railroad will ell round trip tickets to Louisville and eturn October 9th 10th and 11th with imit October loth at rate ot one fared pus twentyfive cents JR A WOOLHMS S A- Richmond KyI Sentenced to The Penitentiary In the present term of Circuit Court the case of the Commonwealth against Ttiomas Coyle was tried and resulted in Coyle being sentenced to the penia enliary for a term of fourteen years Last year it will he remembsredCoyle tnd his brotherin law Hugh Riddell nad a difficulty which arose from CoylE oeing ordered away from his lathers lace by Riddell the place bingrentedt m j used by Riddell CO this rebuke anti shot Riddell who died a few days later from his wounds Coyle was placed under a bond of 300 end his sentence is heavier than was expected considering the lightness of his bond Chcnaalt Sale According to previous notices theI aile of property belonging to T D Clienault Jr was held last Thursday eithi LOUR Tom Chenault in charge large crowd attended and splendid prices were realized Ten yearling cattle sold for 37 10 twoyearold catj le brought 16 10 milch cows 25 to- HO 4 suikling calves 1420 head of 165 to 195 1 brood mare 155 white faced bull 27 250 bushels ot grass seed at 75 cents a bushel 250 bales of hay at 50 cents a Thirty acres of corn in time field brought 155 Household and kitch furniture and farming implements id well Accepted tall It is gratifying news to all to know that Rev J Addison Smith of St Louis has accepted the call to the pies orate of the First Presbyterian Church if this city As is well known this eminent divine recently conducted a revival at the above named church which resulted in a great deal of good not only to members of that denoinina tion but to all others Rev Mr Smitl has filled some of the most important in the UnitedStates but of late has been working in the evangelical field He is a gifted speaker a man of wide experience and learning and his coming to Richmond is hailed with great delight by all people and wi1 tnarlr a new era in Christian work He Iris expected to arrive about the eighteenth of this month Hesse at the Lexington Trots Music has always been one of the big attractions at Kentuckys great trots It has always been the policy of the management to secure the best bands available This year the ever popular Weber with lIla famooatpriz band of America is giving dally con certs before the grandstand Web rs band besides being one of the very best musical organizations America is n ted lor the appropriate sejectioas iuand catchy music with which it favors visitors to the trots All the latest hits of the East are always heard for the first time in Lexington through Weber and his concerts awe are worth the admission price These concerts are givea daily frem Oetad te Oet HUt fih iag the entire eting- le k r ir III WUJF IjJ For throw to hundred pulpits The ladles of the Baptist Church rave an enjoyable lawn party at Dr for W Evans home on North street Friday evening The affair was as ileasnnt and a nice sum was realized will be used towards the church unds as they sue fit Floe Bios brass Farm lot Sale Colonel J W Caperton and G F- iliy assignees of Lavinia Cunning ham and Laura Francis are offering f r alethe farm known as the Jonathan Efen till place This sale will take place st oclock a m October 17th Third fine farm is located on the Speedwell and is a splendid locality and will make a good investment Remember the date October 17 in INot All Angels Is the sweet girl graduate of 1 helping her mother in the kitchenw today Or isshe sitting in tho twilight for the footsteps of some dude old tlInlhis money on her and has a crook in his back from worKing for her hasnt more stylo about him pertinently asks exchange The sweet girlgraduate naturally ai I angelic creature can make an angel or- an idiot of herself just as she chooses An Honor to Mr Solliran lien Jerre A Sullivan of this city been placed by the Grand Exalted H Ruler of the Elks on a special Com mittee to attend tothe revision of the constitution of the order This cum mitee is composed of only five mem berstwo of whrji arepast Grand Exa tel in Rulers and all are men of understand lug possessed with constructive abili tv the courage of conviction and diplomacy coupled with unselfish devotion to the cause Considering the importance of the matter before the of committee and the stringent qualifications of its members the honor conferred on our townsman and brother Elk is indeed a great one and is higbl appreciated by Mr Sulli van arid the membars of the local lodge A Novel Idea The Presbyterian Church of Kirks ville Ills sent out the following invltaI lion written on a piece of brown card board in exact representating of an Irish potatoICome to time store one and all Well serve potatoes large and small erve them cooked to please each ontI Or sell them by bushel peck or ton for a nickel a plate of potatoes youll bnyv For two nickels coffee and bieculi youll try Bring your nickels on the lay we name And see if y c u wont be glad you came Presbyterian Church Kirksville Ky October 12 1005 4 to 10 On the other side is this neat bill of fareStuffed Potatoes 5 cents Potato Biscuits 5 cents Poao Salad 5 rents Sweet PotatoCnstard 5 cents Coffee 5 cents WELCOME IMr and Mrs John Rymel are happy over the birth of a son Sunday Mr and Mrs John Hunley who r side on Fifth street are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter Monda- yDOYLESVILLE Mr Enos Lanter and mily left here last week for Normal Ill to re side Mr Koljert Parks of Holden III was the guest of his parents the past week Mn Leslie Parker formerly of this place and Mis Lucy Barney of Lex ingto were married law Wednesday The room is 5 son of L E Parker and is a prOa3iI10t teior of Lexington His bride who Is a met attractive young wornac isa dimeter ol G H Barney Mil HarBMiB Rv8iJis rfowly recov ecifr i tUekI typhoid lever H IF Mr R A AVooluras soliciting agent the L and A has opened up an office in the Glyndon Hotel As soon he is able to secure a suitable residence Mr Woolums will move his familv to this city to reside i Horrible Shooting in Estill County News reached here Monday of a terrible P tragedy that watt enacted Sunay night at Doe Creek abont six titles nl Est of Irvine The following is time story as reported to the Climax Late Sunday night George Lunsfoni to his home in an intoxicated thecondition When he entered the house his father who is a very aged of man reproached him for coming home such a condition saying am too old a man to have yon comhi ig home drunk and I cant put up it Whereupon he George a revolver and fired at his father tte bullet barely grazing thew mans head and burying itself in beclock on time mantel William and Matins two highly respected young men were spending the day at the Lunsford home When George shot at his father one of the brothers horror stricken spoke Why George wouldnt do that This seemed to infuriate the drunken man all the more and without warning he fired at the boys inflicting serious wounds both being shot through the abdomen Drs R and W M Gbson were ca led Sunday evening to attend the wounded boys and fouud one in a dying condition peritonitis having developed HII died Monday morning The ether was a very critical condition and may of die The boys were well thought of sober and industrious and their horrible fate is much deplored The greatest indignation prevails around the scene trouble and there is talk of lynching A Great Bargain- A DAILY NEWSfArER tURNISHID TO CLIMAX SUBSCRIBERS fOR ONLY SO tENTh A TEAL Every Climax subscriber ought to read a daily newspaper We offer a good daily newspaper to every Climax subscriber at the re markably low rate ot 50 cents per yeail How can we do this By special arrangement with the Chicago National Dally 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other desirable features The Daily Review lisa thousands of subscribers now and it iuteadstogather in 50000 more within the next few weeks When it gets hem the foregoing clabWag rate will be withdrawn Therefore aaut walt too long Now is the tine to wbeeribe Address CUXAX Famiiw Co iKfehiwHri Ky i 1 v i q y t tFall and Winter Styles IN KENTON SUITS The brand Kenton on a suit stands for excellence in the highest degree a mark of dis tinction that never appears on a cheap garment Nothing but the finest fabrics carefully handmade by skilled tailors can ever be found bearing th lable Kenton an easy and safe guide to the finest readytowsar clothing made equal in fit and workman + ship to the best custom work Our new fall aniwinter styles are ready in wide variety of beautiful patterns both single and doublebreasted in sizes to fit men ofevery shape and buil- dKenton Suits 15 18 20 2250 Other Suits 1250 10 8 650 5 Hanan and Walk= Over Shoes 4Best shoe team in the world Hanans the finest made at any price and WalkOvers the finest at 350 to 4 All the finest leathers and newest 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 Orcoit Court The following cases have been disJosed of in the Circuit Court since last b TuesdayBrCommonwealth vs John Crawford w concealed 35 and ten days 7n5 Same vs GnsThacker breach of the leaSameSame vs R M Moore shooting on public road 50 and cost Same vs Allen Brown gaming 20 Same vs J M Schaeffer breach of peace not guilty Same vs Sant Lakes unlawful sale liquor not guilty Same vs Race Creekmore selling to minor 50lSame vs G A cases unlawful sale of liquor not truilty Same vs Jima Gilmore concealed 25 and ten days in j The court this and next week wil devoted to civil cases and fourth week to criminal Up to the present only a few indictments have been re turned by the grand jury of Consign your cattle sheep and hoes to Rabenstein Harris A Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receive highest market price to oct44w W S NORRIs Council roctdiafj The regular monthly session of the City Council was held last Thursday with a full attendance The me ting opened with the regular order business namely readingof minutes different reports etc Permits were given to H B Hanger for the erection- of two cottages on West Main Street and to Mrs Cynthia Karr to build a stable in the rear of her residence on High Street A permit wits also given to the Standard Oil Company for tin erection of a gasoline tank on thei property near L N tracks in the Eastern part ot the city The contract with the Electric Light Company was next taken up and same was agreed to by the Council thirty five lights being mentioned in tin HgreemenU A committee composed Mayor Tevs Jennings Maupin and- O B Shackelford was named whose duty it shall be to place these new lights to the best advantage All citi zina who are desirous of arc lights in heir localities will have to consult tin above named committee Mr Miller made a motion which wits seconded by J A Myers that th Mayors salary be raised from 300 t 500 per year This however was los as was also a motion to raise he conn oilmens salary to 300 The next question before the Oitj Fathers was that of the suit brough against the Water and Light Company by the City This suit resulted from a damage suit brought against the City by Mrs Nannie Martin who fell some years ago in a hole in the sidewalk and received painful injuries Upon in vestigiMion it was found that the Water and Light Company was responsible Sot the hole in the pavement Consequently suit was filled by the City and was to have corns up at this CourtIand referred the Finance Committee IVlephbne Company 8 4 70 Richmond Machine Shops 1 00 Electric k Power Co 630 63 J W Buckner 6 00 Jamefi J McCarthy 1025 George English 2 00 E T Nelson 2 06 Lee Barton 2 00 Climax Punting Co 1400 L RBtentoa 14 55 J aiLrtckey 96 WaterLIglito X 1100 00 Water Light Co 862 45 KeuJMMky Register 4 59 PatHmmph PriBtiag Ce 3 09 FueiDtpMtBMHt 4i80 t Fine Chickens For Sale have for sale some extra nice full ooded Whitman atrain Single Comb Leghorns ccckrells and pullets can be had until the supply is exhausted cockrnlls 100 and pullets cents Also a few pure bred Franks Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrelle 100 For further particulars call on address MRS CLARK RICER F D No 3 Richmond Ky oct44t In Kemory There is no flock however watched and tended But one dead lamb is there timers is no fireside howsoeer de fended But hits one vacant chair Oe year ago today God called a be- IlIvd wife and mother home Bettie Hall Todd died October 11 1004 and was laid tenderly to rest in the Rich nvind cemetery where sleep the silent maj rity She was a true loving hristian mother and wife and the home has been an a casket without its gem during the long year which has elapsed At that home the air is full farewells and mournings for their deadA life like hers needs no praise We might as well add streamers to time sun make it a greater illuminaiy as to contribute a eulogy upon her beautiful life Ihough derd her deeds live after tIer She is now in the realms ot God singing songs of praise May the lonely hearts on earth who hold in tenderest memory her sweet life be inspired ever upward and onward and realize that the time will not he long until they shall join her beyond the skies BANKS Dissolution Notice The firm of H G Jones Co hiss 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 H C Jones Co sept27 4t Richmond Ky Estray Estrayed from Foxtown about a week ago a weanling calf part Jersey Any information as to whereabouts of calf will be thankfully received R A HARRIS tf Cleveland Ky Oijin of Court Day Like nearly every other fixed custom in Kentucky court day gatherings are of Virginia origin and date back to the good old colony times when we were under a king and our Virginia ancestors were wont to consider attendance upon the monthly meetings of the county court as a bounden duty which no good citizen would be justi fled in neglecting no matter whether he had any business there or not In Kentucky from immemorial times nearly everybody of the male persuasion has been in the habit of going to town on county court day They go because they have always from boyhood attended court and because their fathers and grandfathers and great grandfathers and greatgreat grand fathers always did so before them It is a custom which nobody in particular originated but which always existed among our Virginia ancestors for more than 150 years before the beginning of the Revolutionary war Public Sale OF City Property The undersigned as Executor Mar garet P dhdOa2Jn05 premoiseslate residence of said decedent located Main street in Richmond Kv be tween the residence properties of Senator James B McCreary and Waller BennettThe lot fronts both on Main and Northstreet 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 terms viz One third j cash Dec the 30th 1905 onethird 1 on July the Is 1900 and onethird j Dec the 30ih 1000 posession to be given January 1st 1900 The purchaser will be required to payahiefrom December the 30th 1905 J ASULLINAN 4t Exec M P White decd Strayed or Stolen Ray mare about 8years old bobtail cracked hoof on one fore foot Liberal reward for information leading to re covery Reuben Smith- R F D No1 sept272t Richmond Ky b s 7im 7I F 7I 7I WEAR MADEtoMEAFURE CLOTHES AND BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED mIi It costs but a trifle more than to wear good readymade clothes and the added satisfaction is well worth the slight ex tra expense To open the Autumn season we are showing an elaborate assortment of ij splendid worsteds cheviots thibets a tweeds etc of most exclusive patterns I j and effects and handsome fashion plates j of the new Autumn and Winter styles specially designed by the smart New J York custom tailors Ni I 71BSTERNEXCLUSIVE CUSTOMTAILOR- SNEWYORK F ffiwhom we represent here After you make a selection we will take your ffimeasure and B Stern Son will make fL 7R for you clothes of which any man might be proud and you will find our price VJ less than you would have to pay any other good tailor for equal fabrics and N workmanship Bear in mindthat every garment will be made strictly to your K individual measure cut according to any fashion you may select and finished exactly as you desire Theres no hit or miss about iteverything will be 4c precisely as you wantit Whether or noiJyou care to give us an order well take pleasure in showing Iyou our new fashions and fabrics 4 RICE andARNOLDi hOUSErfs f i Is f s I Oifc 1irc lr lr cJL w F3 14 l jpiJIfflj D 11JW ri-E 6 luni 6 6 6 8 I J3 F1 iUla WE ARME1PREPARf- BJ 13 81 13 X reI IeI II e 1J There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had s Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are ElUsion Paten Natural Produc Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY tr c e t From Parlor to Kitchen J Furniture Carpets Stoves j You need something new in the par A lai fYouneed Bed Room Suits Beds and JMattresses Couches Rockersif Chairs Carpets Safes Tables Cooking Stoves Floor Oil Cloth or some other A household not mentioned f bereJWe have them call and see us Sat JisqualitySfaction guaranteed in both price and j uman ogins jMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky makes a porch mere attractive and comfortable than some of a our regular Porch and Lawn Furniture IAI i Our Porch Shades are in great demand The hot days makes one want to live out of doors But winter time is coming and you will want to freshen up the interior of your homes We js J can show you all kinds of Furniture from the I4 smallest i Odd Pieces SJ IPicturespaid to framing Our Undertaking Department 0 t is up to date in every respect r 1 W S CMLDHAM iAL1VEGETABLE SICILIAN 1 I Always restores color to gray hair all the darK rich color it used I to have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and all dandruff disappears An elegant dressing ttSXSiW fr Messrs Suit U Bratton ifrthepolite and energetic proprietors of the s ft 4 Racket Store- j t t are now showing some ofof the y handsomest China ever brought to this city They are also exhibiting 1 4some very exquisite pattern in ifr 1 Genuine Cut Glass vvTheir general stock comprises ev tzr tperty in need H fA rnk i j 1 i jh3tJiJ rtioiiiil Jjli II h h Delhi and Beldame Lexington Ky Oct 7Delhi wIn- ner of 120000 and the great mare Beldame arrived here Beldame will bo retired to August Belmonts nursery stud and Delhi will rest up for next seasons races at Jas n Keenes farm near here Ethels Pride To Be Retired Lexington IY Oct 7John R Shepard of Boston owner of Ethels Pride winner of this years Transylvania stake stated here that this would probably be the last season the noted daughter of Dlrectum would race Money For School Teachers Frankfort Ky Oct 7 Preparations are being made in the department of public instruction to send out the first installment of school money to teachers of the state The checks will go out from the treasury carly next week Walter Kohn Grts Damages Louisville Ky Ost 7Walter Kohn received 1445 in settlement of damages in his case against the Coney Island Amusement Co in the federal court at Cincinnati He was run down by the steamer Island Queen Thomas Coyle Sentenced Richmond Ky Oct 7ln circuit court here Thomas Coyle of this place was sentenced to the peniten tiary for 17 years for killing his broth erinlaw Bud Riddle The killing occurred nearly a year ago A Giant Megap one Newport Ky Oct 7A giant meg aphone has been Installed on the post parade ground at Ft Thomas which now makes it possible for the different calls to be heard by residents living in he vicinity of the post TWO OUT OF THREE A Petition Is Circulated To Shorten Light Harness Races Lexington Ky Oct 9A vigorous movement looking to shorter harness races has been launched here A peti lion asking all trotting associations to make two heats In three the regula tion race and every heat a race in three heat events is being widely sign ed by owners and drivers The peti tion which will be formally submitted to the directors of tho Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders association this week is in substance Recognizing the necessity of making trotting racing popuar thus inducing the public to contribute toward its support and that prolonged patiencetaxing contests and tax on the strength of horses must be avoided the undersigned own ers and drivers respectfully request all association hereafter to provide for races of two best in three or races of three heats in which every heat Is a race THE SUSPECTS i JAIL Nodded His Head To IrJleate Who Cut His Throat Harrodsburg Ky Ot49John Nichols and Charles flee are in jail charged with the murder of Lee Brad shaw who was found beside the railroad track Friday night with his throat cut and his skull crushed Brad shaw who is perhaps the most influ ential colored man in this vicinity was found by a white man who was attracted by his groans Bradshaw had been robbed of his gold watch and- in money He died and although unable to speak he indicated by nod ding his head when asked if the two men arrested were his assailants They also are eolored The coroner held an Inquest as a result of which Nichols and Reed were held Workman Scalded To Death Paris Ki Oct 9Dert Schemmel a steam fitter employed by the Crane estate of Cincinnati was scalded to death here while making repairs to steamheating apparatus at the private greenhouse of James E Clay His home was at Newport where the remains will be shipped The accident was caused by cold water rushing into a dry hot boer Escaped To theTVIountatns Owingsville Ky Oct 9Withtk blade of an eld iockelknifc Sam Gul lett confined la the West Liberty Morgan county Jail charged with assault unlocked his cell door and after removing a stone in the corridor crawled thrcji te opening and escaped to the mountains Irving Lock wood Arrested Lexington Kyt Oct 9 Irving Lockwood of Cincinnati was arrest ed here Sunday while in the act ot entering the louse of Thomas Christensen Locwood says he was going into the house In search of somethIng- to eat bu the police thought him a wouldbe burglar Settled With Bullets Owtagsvllle Ky Oct 9As a result of an old grudge the families of Fox and Tom Grffln on one side and Nimrod Mcintosh on the other engaged in a fight in Estill county mountains Griffin and Fox were shot and badly injured Their foes are in jail New Hotel at Lexington Planned Lexington Ky Oct 9 Negotiation looking to the erection of a hotel in this city to cost 350000 are now under way between S A Hutchinson of Ashland Ky and Lexington capital ists headed by J Will Stoll of the City National bank WlIlamt1lIy Acquitted Willlamstown Ky Oct 9The jury In the case of the commonwealth against William flatly charged with the murder of Elmer Henry his wifes nephew brought in verdict of acquit al after deliberation ofa day and night Wanted In Louisville Lexington Ky ixs 9H F Little 24 was arrested here on information from LouIsyiHe where It Js said he is wanted for forgery The nina was taken to Louisville by Chief of Dete tivts Marshall French are mounting Infantry on bi cycles Imachines will be turned loose when ifcoBM to sightIng IThereKI JjctoollfJHwithoaLmb l IWH rw iIi i4 4 r I 1 ll i ll III Ii r1 l 1 irVLj 1Iffir 1 l i 36 6 6F 8 III fj I eJ m ll- I3 rJr rili m f IJ tII IJ m ijg BnillI l II I3 L3 I I IIi I Ii1Ii16 F3 I1JI 8 I rn rnJ Having made our purchase before the recent advances we are in a positiou to name you prices Ithat cannot be beat any wheVe Our goods are rapidly arriving Our stocks are much larger and moue complete than ever Experience has taught us that good goods makes satisfied cus tomerghol the same motive was used in the selection of these goods that we have ever Kemeniber our mottohThe Highest Quality Goods for the Least Money exercisedIWe very cordially invite your inspection i i IrPAINFUL PERIODS I sufI down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take iIleofrdUi Womans Relief It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confI- dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice inplain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn HAS OLDEST WAR SURVIVOR Denver Also Has Youngest theIEnlist for Service in Union Army Denver Denver can boast of having among its residents the oldest survivor of tha civil war the youngest soldier to enlist in the union army when that great struggle was on and to complete the two the youngest soldier to receive a medal of honor The oldest soldier is Uncle Billy Taylor 99 years of ae and still ready to fight for the flag if needed J A Howland the youngest to enlist was only a little past 12 years old when ho was accepted for service and Harry J Parks was the youngest soldier to re calve a medal of honor being awarded it for distinguished gallantry at the age of Uncle Billy Taylor was born In Scotland and has always been a military man He Joined the British army at tho age of IS Served in the Black Hawk Indian war fn 183132 and in the Mex- Ican war of 1845 and In the civil war He is a noted character in Wisconsin as he lived there 55 years Two years ago he came to Denver and has lived here ever since making his home at 81G Colfax avenue The youngest soldier Mr Howland lives with his family at No 1734 Hum toldt street He was a prisoner in Libby prison and has the honor of being the first charter member of the G A R post in Indianapolis He is the father ot Jobyna Howland the actress and orig teal Gibson GIrL Mr Parks was a member of company A Ninth New York cavalry captain of battery A Colorado volunteer artillery In the SpanishAmerican war and he is a member of the Medal of Honor legion BUILDS CHURCH IN A DAY Congregation Holds Services in the Structure Which They Built the Same Evening Kansas City MoThe members of the Armourdale Baptist church built a church in a day and held prayer services in it in ths evening at seven oclock The church is at North street and Euclid avtaue in Kansas City Kan It was constructed entirely by the members of the church The materials were hauled to the ground and early in the morningall the ablebedled members of the church started to work Uncle Steve Allen 74 years old was placed at the head of the workers When Uncle Steve said nail every body nailed and the little church seemed to rise out of the ground The church is 24x40 feet in dimen sions and will seat 200 people The building was shingled and ready for use at six oclock in the evening This church will be known as tho Splltlog Baptist Mission church said Mr Streeter as he stopped for a few moments to rest He had been sawing Three years ago the same congrega tion built a similar church When the big flood came the house of worship was wrecked The women of the church gave lunch eon and dinner to the hardworking laborers After lunch the women decided to stay and help the men They carried nails and hammers and encouraged the workers WIFE HAS DREAM OF GOLD Husband Followed Her Advice and Was Rewarded by Unearth ing Wealth Bloomington When Frank Clazebroolr of Scott county bought 42 acres of land on a bluff threequarters of a mile southwest of Montezuma Pike county two years ago his wife dreamed that she saw specks of gold in water flowing from a spring in the newlyac quired property Tie dream was a vivid one and she at times would refer to itRecently while Inspecting the Pike county farm In company with her hus band she saw a spring which she 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 Umazed to find traces of gold In paying quantities A sample of 200 pounds of sand and gravel as sayed 335 a ton Clazebrook dug into the bluff to a depth of 75 feet and the dirt assayed was of greater rlclnets U the entire bluff Is as rich his fortune is made INDIANS REPLACE HOBOS r 1Working in Fields of the West the Governiaenj School Joys ltIj per Sioux Falls S li Indians working as harvest hands ave Seen one of the features of the rpenl harvesting aad threshing rIo among the farms it rtol Ii 1 I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am in better health than I have been for a long time sioux falls 1Or several weeks Rfggs institute a government Indian school supI araiperlment Scores of the boys IiaV e te4a employed and they have it is believed permanently displaced the professional hobos upon whom the farmers heretofore have had to depend The Indian boys who during the winter are pupils of the government school are fromTj to 20 years of age They receive from 150 to t2 per day for a period of from six to eight weeks Simply DustingjMiss Alice Roosevelt says the BaV ttmore American is sweeping all betore her in the east Tush Sweeping Miss Alice Is merely dusting around a bit FIND LEA i PENCIL IN BOqY Story Which Surgeons Laugh At Verified by Man Who lowed Bit of Wood SwalI Chicago Doctor two years ago II swallowed a lead pencil five inches long anfa now I believe It Is bothering me a bit- With this assertion Robert Hannars approached an interne at the county hospital and asked that something be done for the pain In his side Hannara was taken to the examination room Where he repeated his story but the doctors only laughed at him His case was diagnosed as appendicitis and was classified as an emergency opera tion patient Within a few he was on the table and Dr F S Hart mann was assigned to the operation When the incision was made and the appendix examined the lead pencil about five inches in length was found and the story as told by Hannars verI- fied Hannars told the attending physi cian and assistants that two years ago when drinkiLS with a friend the lat ter dared him to thrust a lead pencil down his throat Just to see how fa- It would go Hannars accepted the challenge and thrust the pencil down so far he lost his hold on it The pen- cIl slipped on down In the two years he felt no effects until about three weeks ago It is one of the strangest cases that has been brought to my attention since being connected with the county hospital said Warden Happel It is certainly remarkable Hannars who is a baker and about 24 years old will live the physicians say PUG TO PLEASE OFFICER Army Sergeant Says He Fought Comrade at Superiors Order and Asks Pay forCrippled Hand Washingtonone of the most curious reasons given why a pension should be granted has been advanced by Sergt C E Orr of the regular army who won the flrfist prize for marksman ship at the recent shoot at Seagirt Tho sergeant wants a pension for permanent disability He asserts in his application that he was Injured in the line of duty and In carrying out Ut orders of his superiors While the Seagirt shoot was In prog ress Orr disagreed with another soldier and a fistic encounter followed While the two soldiers were pummeling each other In approved pugilistic style a commissioned officer approached Out of respect for superior authority the combatants immediately stopped fight tog The officer however had observe evidentlYloved accountbe 7 scrap Go for each other and hit hard The soldiers accordingly resumed the battle as a result of which Orr hand was permanently injured He all serts that the disability was receive d while in the line of duty in obedience to orders of his superior Dirt Cures Elephants Ills A new cure has been found l aliments of elephants Harold Thompl son the assistant superintendent of the London zoo declares that wh h any of the pachyderms In his care feel Indisposed it takes a few mouthfuls of earthgood brown earth Ben ficlal results are noticeable in the beast at once for he or she becomes more docile Peril of Cheap Autos Automobile manufacturers talk jit selling machines as low as 400 neit year When this materializes It will inaugurate change ffa blonJoj show their Superiority to the grade 540Q people tftmIIUonaires wi lw forced to give their devil yaRojja atfayaud buy airship n i 2 it r7i== tI Leggetts Champion DRY POWDER GUNS KIL1STobacco Worms IlusoEffectively Economically and Quicklyt The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry pOwdm od crops in the garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and potato growers as tho best thins oljered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man aDescriptivecation 0n4 good agent wanted for each CountySOUR SPECIAL LIST of Seasonable Insecticides Sprayers Bellows etc mall d treeWood Stubbs to SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKYd Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest ands most beautiful car load of Marble and- OraRe ever InvRichmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden FloraE- ast Main Stre- etSacrifice Sale Iampositively going to quit business and move to New York Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June Jst my entire stock of goods otall kinds and there is none super ior in this section Also the following personal property My 2story brickresidence on Main streetIMy 2story brick residence on Collins street known as the Barlow place- f A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness lOne 4yearold HaxhallVat fcan mare A firstclass phaeton All parties owing me will please call andsettle B W TURNER Richmond Ky Dan II Breck will insure your city or county property against fire Hgbt nine and cyclone sep34t Telephone BII Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 2Sdtf S ror Rent A cottage on High street recentli occupied by Mrs Alters Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth rowe ror Sale Idesire to eell my stock of general tnercliandis The goods are in first class condition new and ralal loanu i one of tbe best country stands in the county Ior further information call or or address R R Harris a23 3ui Peytontown Ky A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap Phone 308 tf Ian H Breck Fire Life and acci dant Insurance sep24t Agent Wanted t To take charge of debit for Metro politan Life Insurance Co JOIIK H TOY Acst Supt It Oldhnin Bide Richmond Ky Farm For Sale I oflrtr for sale privately my farm cf 250 acres more or less located mile north of Union City Apout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in crass The farm ia well watered hav jug a creek and several never failinp springs Fencing and farm generally in excellent condition For further particulars call on or address f Irvine Azbill aiiR23tf Union City Ky Buy the best Seed Wheat anti have the best crop Forsale by Letcher Witt non Shingles A lot of extra good shingle for sale Apply to Jeff Stone phone 433 Seed Wheat Fultz and IlarveciI ling for sale by Letcher III LLTHE COUCHAkD CURE THE LUNGS KingsI PrkeQfie Trial ISurestnnd Quickest O eforallXKROAT and IUWCK XBOUB IiZS or 3CONZT WRIB 1tE E i 1 A FAMILIAR FACE Thelikentssof DR VTB CALDWBLL appears on every package of Dr1CaIthveIIs DRWUALDWELL SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa tlon Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches nd Fevers Caused by Dowel and Stomach dis Every genuine package Is distlniruished rthis trade mark Your druggist will be glad o sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas Why dont you fence your farm nd keep your old cow at home Some say what fence must to buy Uncle am uses fin Page Fence it ought too yours Sold byJF COY Farm For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1906 275 acres of land with good 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 said land to go In corn acres to go in wheat the remainder in grass Privilegn to sow grain this fall possession Jan 1 196 For particulars can on or address C H Maupin epfl 4t Richmond Ky +++CALL AT JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSS1 Phone 3 Second St v Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimoThroulhSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agpnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller Loans and Dis counts 345000 00- Stockholders Liability 150COO 00 Hank Bldg 20t10000- Cash antI Exe SG5COO 00 Total Resources 580000 00 Your business Is desired and we ilisp ed to grant you every consist ent favor State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky J ChattanoogaHancockDisc rPrinciple Right Construction Right Results Right The ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows speak for hrmsvlves They are now in such general use that farmers have a clear idea of their practicalworkings and value as Crop Makers They can he used at anyseason of the year when any plow ctfl ho used and SlaG when the ground is so dry and hard that no other plow can be used We guartee our Disc Plows to do good woik and not only in hard dry andstIcky ground but to do good woik In any fallow ground either clean or trashy in short to be good anywhere at any time when plowing can be done except in soil laud We warrant apair st breakage for twelve months caused by defects in material or workmanship C E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Studebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Dr- illskenIuckts Great Trots- LEXINQTON OCTOBER 314 Yebers Famous Band Daily Grand Concerts 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000 Walnut HaIl CupOct9 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct II ONE OR MORE STAKES DAIIY Half Fare on All Railroads The above is agood likeness of the famous Dicks Blizzard Cutter Shredder With Pnumatic Feed Blower It is the most perfect hay oats dry and green corn cutter and slireddtr made today It is the only machine that will cut and split fodder successfully at the same time and eli vate it by air blast into your barn or silo It is the most durable simpliest least complicated convenient fastest and saftest cuttershreduer made and requires less power to operate than any similar machine This machine can IK operatedwith one of our 6 HP Hajran Gasoline Engines opportunitysow all kinds of small grain beans peas hemp etc aceur ately We defy competition on our line of Farm Implements TigerDiscand Power Cutting Box and Harm Gasoline Engines W will be pleased to show you our line when in town D1 B1 Shoclrelf ord Co We have a Special Grain Grower Fertilizer Quality Highest Price Lowest t IclI1J 7F7I 7IF7IF F 7F GREAT SACRIFICE 4 20 000 worth of Boys and Ohildrens Clothing at less than manufactur + k1p t ers prices We are badly overstocked in this department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core i- Njj Mothers and fathers we can interest you Come quick and secure bargains Boys and StIlts 3n1 short 50ets pants costingfrolli t02 Our g 10 ndl2 Boys Long ftnt Snits at RBfe Our 3 and t5 Boys Suits short at2pants vest 150 Corduroy Pants at f1 12J7 Our Boys 2O Long Pants Suits4 5 and 7 at Our 125 Corduroy Pants at87o CThis is a great Sacrifice Sale Come quick andsecure bargains LOUIS AND OTS STRAUS 5 Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY ltl ngeBtl for AlfredHe mlCescorr for Men We are 1espring styles thhanI Shryock tM nOsplayln s MmOUSElUgrasCMttr Q esrge of our Merchut Tallosing 71 rkpartmen GIVE HIM A CALL + at r jc7F 7I 7tVFlI 7I I 7 a TEFTc