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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r eo i lr i THE RICHMOND iCLIMAX tTUZUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 NUMBER 22 Jo Lo WATSON J 8 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON K Buy Your Goods in Lexington Your railroad fare refunded if your cash purchases amount t 25 and you live within 50 miles of Lexington Womens Practical Every Day Coats and Ex elusive Highclass Novelties r- Outer Garments A large numbor of new arrivals in the handsomest creations of the season TilE SUITSOUR sUIl3 are produc ed by the best tailors Many distinct style effects new material different miles All that is new and hnaiitifu 10 to 50 Long Covert Coats 1200 It 35 00 made semi paddocK or loose flitinij fiiplv made very now Etnprn Coats 12 50 to SIO 00 Fancy Mixed fonts very long very hill extra well made and finished New Skirt Styles Ittttutifiil shapes in chiffon paniunn and imperial serge skirts all correct ruler new box plaited effects So 00 to 1250 New Silk Items OUR FALL SILKS both fancies and plain fur every day wear or evening costumes replete with the pick of the world OOc a yard for colored taffeta silk an exceedingly strong and desir able material all pure 86 inch chiffon taffeta silk all colors 123 Real value S165 Black taffeta silks pile yard wide oft rich chiffon finish which is so much sought alter this rarer only 100 Fancy cheeks and Krerch plaids rannotjbe equaled in this market fOlI arietv of shades and dtiiiicns Fancy moires SOP and 125 Ivan De Cyne colors and black street and evening shades Crystalsilks ex Iiaite shades 50rlper Coloredand Black Dress Goo s TliH new dress fabrics for Autumn nub Winter use to nleasa all shades of dress ideas are herd in nn abundance of weaves tints and effects Novelties to tickle the fancy of the most fastidi onesHennettas50 A decidedly stylish weave antI uUrllfashlollable Black and Colored Broadcloths chifruifinished entImperialwelaht colors anti black the popular TailorSuitsA Sale of Silk Petticoats Garments fashioned for the new seasons service of the finest silks in the very shades for which the demand rgreatest and for much less than titMtan lard price 500 buys the best skirt ever shown New Waists A remarkable display of tasteful de Mffiis of pretty silk and muslin waist complete and exclusive in every detail The New Furs A most representative collection of the new fur garment and small fur muff and neckpifce in the authorita rive models of mink fox martin t nd kindred furs ofa high character HI marvelous low prices S 00 to 200 00 Dressmaking and Custom Tailoring For pedicular women unequaled else where Mrs Pendletoniilways pleases J L Watson Rl q I Coughs aPingI GR E A T sharpcornered coughs Coughs that nearly tear your throat in two Coughs that come from clear down in I the stomach The very worst coughs are all cured by IPerry White Thomas Pine I palatable the TarIfSoefficacious it J costmore So good coughsI vJ Cures Cholera Infanltmti thetBowel Troubles of Children of Jtny Age Aids Digestion r Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKES TEETHING POWDKUli TEETHING EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETT M D Sf Louis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life of powdersTEETHiMAcomes tho effects of tho summers heatupon teething children Twenty=five Years Experience We use this method to bring before the public our line of Staple and Fancy j Groceries inclll1in brands as the celebrated FerndaleJCttutted Goods of all kinds White fitni JMoca and iivi Coffees finestrreas that can be j procured Kerrs Perfection Flour none equals it China and Glassware Wood and Willow ware wJVealso carry a full line of Field Seeds Feed and Seed Oats Salt A Lime and Cement i 7 All Orders Promptly Filled J1 1 tJthistJorder to secure the best goods the market affords right prices you should read our advertise meet weekly I Covington Arnold 0 tB4 Main Street c C GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI TONIC fADelightful Daily Dressing If You Have Hair Troubles Write Today For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York laaii Special Sale at PERRY THOMAS 4 i i r For Breakfast o Luncheon or Tea A few small biscuits easily made with Royal Baking Powder Make them smallas small round as a napkin ring IIMix and bake just before the meal Serve hot iNothing better for a light dessert than these little hot biscuits with butter and honey marmalade or jam You must use Royal Baking Powder to get them right ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK A Days Doings in Kentucky A LYNCHING IS FEARED The County Jail at Irvine Is Guarded Against a Mob Irvine Ky Oct 13George Luns ford who shot the Maness brothers Irvine and Will last Saturday was Thursday held without ball to await the action of the grand jury Excitement is high in the Doe creek neigh borhood and frequent threats of lynch Ing are heard This feeling was great ly intensified by the burial of Will Maness Irvine Maness is still alive reIcoveryJohnson jailer a determined and fearless man declares he will not give up his prisoner to any mob There are two other men in jail charged with murder ANOTHER TO BE IMPANELED Trial of Bowers For Murder Resulted In a Hung Jury t London Ky Oct 13The trial ot Virgil Bowers the negro for the murder of George Farris the wellknown Knox county lumber merchant in the circuit court hero resulted In a hung jury Ten of the jury were for the death penalty while two held out for a life sentence The court made an or der for the sheriff to go to Rockcastle county and summon 50 men from whom to select a new jury to trythe case The men will arrive Friday aft ernoon and the case will go to trial again FRANK TEAVELL LYNCHED A Mob Takes Him From Jail and Hangs Him To a Tree Louisville Ky Oct 13Frank Teavcll colored was taken from tho Elkton Ky jail by 120 men at mid night and hanged to a tree one mllo from town Teavell had gone to the home of Mrs Ann Burrnm Saturday night and Insulted Mrs Burrum amt her daughter He was captured Wednesday and sent to BIkton The negro had a wooden leg which fixed his Identity The Brecklnrldge Home Sold Lexington Ky Oct 3trhe residence of the late ool W C P Bred Inrldge on Fast High street was sold for his executors at pubic sale J D Wilson was the purchaser for 9000 LHFer50000 Saved From a Mob Louisville Ky Oct 13Charles lt Greenwell under indictment for the murder of Martin Roberts at Beards town Nelson county was brought to Louisville and lodged In jail for safe keeping A mob had planned to lynch him Took His Own Life Covington Ky Oct 13 While despondent John Vogelsang 41 a farmer cut hIs throat from ear to ear Vogelsang resided on the Taylor Mill road back of Covington but was stopping at the home of his brother tnlaw Joseph Garlich SECRETSt Woman oa her way to semiiavalldissi caused by pregnancy suffers much pam Ignorance prompts her to suffer one la silence ana in the darks to the true causemotlterhooi- Mothers Friend takes the doctor place and she haa BO cause for an inter view She is her own doctor and bet modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast throughout pregnancywill enable her to undergo the ms cheerftthmood and rest undisturbed Mothers Friendfe a liniment for eztenwl use only It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty sere necessary to the success ful Issue of healthy chi AH women about to become soothers seed send oaly toadr tore and for 100 secure the childbirth remedy Healthy are theresult of useia Xotlrayif tied Outliookun tbeHw 4 mtfefiJJnc Tilts WAtfKLB BSWUTMM AtUWIjt W IIS SLOWLY DYING For a We k Editor Moore Has Been DownIha 1CS C Moore the Heathen Editor and pub Usher of the Infidel weekly the Blue Grass Blade is told to be dying at hS home in this county HP is suffering from heart trouble und asthma and re ports from his home say that he hna been unable to He clown for more than a week and that what sleep he gets he Is forced to take sitting upright In a chair Editor Moore has made him self a national character during the past few years by his writings on in IdesIministers Ho cots convicted several years ago in the federal courts and spntnnred to a term In the penitentiary for sending ojsrence matter through the mails but after serving several months In the federal prison at Columbus was pardoned THE SHELBY CUTOFF Court Orders the L N To Operate Local Service Sholbyville Ky Oct 1 tJudge- John D Carrot of New Castle sitting as special judge In equity in the Shelby circuit court In the case of the commonwealth against the L N railroad entered an order directing and commanding the defendant railroad to furnish one each day Sundays excepted reasonable and proper facilities for receiving forwarding and delivering freight and passengers over Its line of road known as the Cutoff between Shelbyvlllo and Chris tlanbarg The U N Is given 30 days to comply with the order An appeal was granted to the court of appeals Judge R F Peak vacated the bench In this case for the reason that ho instituted the action while com monwealth attorney THE DOC MASON FARM Sold To the Northern Coal and Coke Co of New York Mt Sterling Ky Oct 14The Northern Coal and Coke Co of New York has just purchased the Doc Ma son farm on Camp Branch creek in botcher county for UO per acre The property contains several thousand acres and is on the Lexington Eastern railway extension It is the pur pose of the company to build several coke ovens and open new mines A few years ago these lands were offered for sale at 2 per acre This purchase gives the Northern Co the cream o- rte famous Elkhorn coal field The Humes Assets Richmond Ky Oct HFrank Oker of Cincinnati and J W Lock ridge of London Ky lumber experts and W It Shackelford of this city who were appointed appraisers of the Hume Cooperage Co property and who have been at work for the last week finished their work and place all the holdlngsa of the wrecked concern at 70000 To offset this amount the company is said to owe over 400000 Neck Broken In a Runaway Louisville Ky Oct HWhile on her way to the funeral of Fred Schurch who committed ulcide Wed nesday two days after hia marriage Mrs Charles Wlttwer was thrown from a buggy In a runaway and her neck broken She lived only a few minutes Switchman Killed By An Engine Paducah Ky Oct HJames Scott an Illlno s Central switchman of Pa ducah 47 was killed at Fulton He was on the rear end of an engine that was hacking The air hose became caught in a frog and pulled the step off throwing Scott under the engine Killed in a Planing Mill Springfield Ky Oct HFrank Blven one of tho bestknown mechan- Ics of the county died as the result or- an Injuryreceived at the planing mill here A piece of timber caught in a buzzsaw which thew it with great force striking Mr Biven A Youth Indicted For Murder Harrodsburg Ky Oct 14John Marshall 12 was indicted by the grand jury for killing Peter Crockett a boy of about the same age Mar shall fired several times at his com panlonsjust for funand killed the little Crockett boy To Investigate Railway Rates Frankfort Ky Oct 14 Definite doc clslon to make a sweeping and gen eral Investigation of all local rates charge by railroads between points in Kentucky was made by the rail road commission after an allday ses slon New Kentucky Postmasters Washington Oct HPostmasters- apioltttcilKcntticltySetler Floyd county Asa IVCllne Suiithvillc Bui county Edward T Kisg Stop son couRfy SasaH E Jones 1tt i Hart WtHlly lalUe Key r H SEAWEED HARVEST A PICTURESQUE INDUSTRY OP MASSACHUSETTS COASTI Tons Upon Tons of Purple Dulse Are Gathered Women andiCh1 jSeason Race suicide Is sold to be a danger to which Massachusetts Is exposed but there la one part of the population that Is fully and peculiarly alive to this danger This comprises the seaweed gatherers of the coast Every well grown child In sucb a family is regarded as a source of wealthand the most frequent excuse of the mat whose harvest of seaweed makes a poor showing beside that of his neighbor Is Oh Tom has six children and 1 and my old woman work alone It is either a very small child or a very dull child that cannot bear a hand in curing the seaweed and a stout boy or an active girl can venture out In the weed gatherers boat or at least tear the weed from half ex posed rocks at low tide Up at rocky Gloucester these har vesters of the sea gather tons of pur ple dulse Their little shanties sit snug in the crannies of the cliffs their tents seek shelter at the base ot the great rocky wall on bits of smooth sand above the reach of the highest tidesTheir narrow paths deep sunk In the dense grass and hidden by the bays that clothe the edge of the cliffs wind In bewildering mazes along tne table lands that overlook the sea Tenuous stairways and hazardous adders lead down the cliffs to the Ittle houses of the dulse gatherers and slender bridges here and there are slung from house to house across the crevasses that deeply Indent the rock Here at Scituate in that deeply re tired little sinuosity of the harbor where the women of the revolution ary period are said to have frightened oft a landing party from a British manowar by vigorously playing mar tial music behind the sand dunes the sea harvest is especially Irish moss Scores of tiny shelters line the qalet beach and here all summer long the moss gatherers live a free open air lifeSome of them hire their summer homes for a few dollars a month oth ers own their little cottages Each family has its dory with high sides and stern and the great longhandled rakes with which the moss Is gath ered There have been seasons In which the moss gatherers of Scituate have sold their harvest for as much as 75000The moss gatherers here are usually In large part of Irish origin Here as elsewhere on the Masaschusetts coast however there are some Portuguese swarthy blackhaired men and wom en who never come to have the look of the natives no matter how many generations they may have inhabited the land Clad In flannels oilskins or what ever else comes handy the moss gath erers go out In their stout dories when the sea is not too rough and rake up the seaweed from the bottom Tneir little sheltered bay here almost with in sight of the well that Inspired Woodworths Old Oaken Bucket Is so quiet that at all ordinary times the boats can go out The washing spreading turning and lighter handling of the moss is in large part the work of women and children the latter brown barelegged little creatures hardy well fed and active A quiverful of such Is a blessing to the father of a family thus occupied When the Irish moss Is about ready to be marketed buyers from Boston and New York visit the little settle ments of moss gatherers and examine the crop The expert buyer thrusts his arm far into the great plies of stored weed and pulls out handfuls for examinationThe varies considerably with the skill care and good fortune of those who cure It and prices vary ac cordingly Those who buy barreled moss must look to it that too much sea water has not been added as a makeweight for In such case not only do they lose in the amount of their purchase but the moss may be dam aged by mould- Massachusetts sea moss is less used for food than Imported Irish moss though like the latter it makes a wholesome and pleasant dessert It Is used medicinally but the chief de mand for it is In the arts The true Irish moss or carrageen is made into an alcoholic drink and the Irish moss of Massachusetts Is much used by ale brewers to give body and clarity to their ale It is used also In calico printing Some persons object to the slightly brackish taste of the crude moss when made Into food though with a little care In washing and cooking this taste almost disappears With the modern American housewifes instinct for la bor saving however the demand for the crude moss as food has greatly les sened and consumers pay quadruple the price for a refined product put up In pretty packages and called by rtne names Everlasting Hoodoo The desperate man weary of life opened an upper window in the sky scraper and threw himself out He landed on top of a load of mat tresses with which a teamster happened to be driving along at the moment Hang the luck he exclaimed as he rose to his feet shook himself and found he was practically uninjured I might have known this would be the result of Jumping from the thirteenth floor Chicago Tribune Boots Worn in China Boots are worn in China only by officials servants soldiers sailors and special hobnailed boots occasionally in wet weather by the common people The universal form of foot covering is a shoe while coolies and the poorest classes have to content themselves with straw or leather sandals or go barefooted Womens shoes are made at home and except In isolated cases in Shanghai are never exposed for sale in shops This remark does not apply to the peculiar form of shoe worn by Manchu women which la perched on a sort of small stilt In the north during the winter months the ordinary boot or shoe Is often wadded or lined with sheepskin and of late years reproductions of Chinese boots and shoes in India rubber have been imported from the United States and Germany and found favor with Chinese at the treaty ports A Test BillHes the greatest man on fig tires I ever saw Jill Quiek Is he Yes and you cant give him a fiteetios htti antanswer Aafc Mai how way Smiths ttere are in NWJ ToHc who woto pipes JtsliiaaaJ wow IOQ Dor an Hnotller The seasons first cold yieldtonext cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on thatsecond one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EfflUlSmJ when colds abound and youll have no cold Takeit when the cold is contracted and it checks inflamma tion heals the membranes f the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOWSE Chemists 409413 Part Street Sew York SPc and IJO All druggists To Blow Them In Paducah Ky Oct 13About 250 men are at work repairing and getting into condition the old Conter furnaces In Crittenden county which are ex pected to be blown in about November 10 by Dixon White Co an eastern concernA Deserter Apprehende- dFt Thomas Ky Oct 13Henry H Ilopskl an alleged deserter from the 17th company coast artillery was apprehended by the civil authorities at Paris Ky and brought to this post for trial by general courtmartial A Lexington Horse Sale Lexington Ky Oct 13Geo Saun ders acting for Smyser Bros Lin den Ky has sold to David Shaw of Plttsburg for 8000 the fouryonrold bay filly Madge Wildfire by Bcrtou dam Llndlithgow by Clay Will Erect a Confederate Monument Glasgow Ky Oct 13The Char lotte chapter Daughters of the Con federacy at its last meeting deter mined to erect on the public square here a monument to the confederate soldiers of Barren county Linemans Fatal Fall Lexington Ky Oct 13J S Run yon of this city who was employed as a lineman by the Fayette Home Telephone Co was killed by falling from a tree on East High street while repairing a broken wire Elected Grand Master Shelbyvllle Ky Oct 13The Ken tucky grand lodge of Odd Fellows elected A W Clements of Morgan field grand master and W C G Hobbs of Lexington deputy grandmaster Doublebreasted SUITSFor says Dam 2 Fashion Right again as usual andright here are the suits snappy in their stylish smartness We cant begin to show their unusual look of neatness and distinction in a roughsketch like thisyou will get a better idea from a mere glance in our window the next time you pass Slip on a coat or two and youll see how they fit and the quality from their make SCHLOSS Everything else thats smart for Fall here Suits and Over coats 10 to 25 Oar Cloak a d Skirt Parlors arc filled up with beautiful new Cloaks and Skirts for ladies misses and children We are showing the prettiest Cloaks for ladies The newest things In Cloaks and Wraps sor children The most uptodate Skirts ever shown in the city Our styles are the newest Our qualities the best Our prices the lowest Try us on ladies and mens line shoes Our La ranee shoe for ladies suits every lady that wears it uptodatefootwear qualitiesWelit us shoo them up this fall anti we will save you a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all merchandise before you purchase this fall We can save you money on every article yon buy We sell ev rything We buy in large quantities for cash and undersoil all competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and see how much lower we are than others We are agents for the eel orated HALVES HATS for men If you dont wear a Ilawes Hat you dont get the best for your money Try one 0D Oldham eo Richmond Kentucky The National Daily Review and The Climax Both One Year 1150 IJml T I T- IaD II pi QUIT BWN I t b My Entire Stock of Goods Must be Sold by January J stIREBARULESS I CAST II i4i ii sn Li as I I r Q L Look Us UppWHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths EDBL4TON G- Ot and Yard 3rd street oppLA Depot Phone 425t The Richmond Climax DBL18U Kl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Hs Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky PreIS Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IX ADVANCE nn Rates For Political Announcements lor Precinct and City Offices 5 00 For onnty Oroce Ill 00 For StAte and CIAtrict uffiees is no For Call per inc Eor Cuds per line 10 For all publications the interest of In dividual or of individ nal views per line Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY OCT 18 I90 m 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 IT is the duty of every citizen t fight so to speak for what he or she believes to be right Duty is no re spootor of persons therefore no per son can willfully neglect duty It we neglect our duties we must pay the penalty prescribed by law Every right we possess implies a duty We are granted certain inalienable rights and we cannot treat these with cold indifference without an utter disre gard of our duties The two are inseparable companions unalterable and unchangeable Therefore we must if we expect to prpsper take our stand on the side of right against might We should make our lives analogous and live up to the grand ooneeOio that we are endowed with certain Inalienable rights free moral agents figuratively speakingand- the poss aeor of civic privileges and the glorioni heritage of worshipping God according to our individual con science and that it is incumbent on oaoh of us to allot to otheos the same privilege accorded us rone being permitted to interfere with the honest convictions of others While it is inoumbent on each to be charitable toward the other yet none should lose sight of the fact that there is a moral code to our jurisprudence and that we as individuals have no moral or logal right to transgress in any manner the code common to all Such action would be highly danger ous to our free institutions and form of government We must submit to the moral code common to all irre spective of our individual whims Therefore let us diligently seek to remedyall imperfections and be as quick and truthful in exposing the Purse Potentates and corruptionists in one party as in the other Always keep im mind that principle is higher than intellect and duty far above any party ASIDE from the importance of elect inga full Democrat cket s14 fall a very important quceMou to bG decided by tho votb eniucy is whether they shall continue to vote bysecret ballot or return to the viva voce method Those who have not givon this matter anyconsideration should begin to consider the question seriously We believe there should be no secrets in voting and anyman who is afraid to walk up to the polls and vote his sentiments should not be entitled to suffrage Remember you are a freeman and no man has anyright to question your political afliliations Be manly men walk up to the polls and cast your suffrage for the party and man of your choice and thereby exterminate all dema gogues and mugwumps Ix A FEW weeks there will be a call to arms and a clash will be waged between the different political parties Democrats should be on their guard end by every fair means In their power attempt to overthrow their op ponents the Republican party Let every honest man go to the polls and by his ballot demonstrate that he prefers a democracy to plutocracy or in other words a government ofI the people by the people and for the people instead of a government of the trusts by the trusts and only for the trusts = ET 0 Ayers Doctors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral overj60 years ago They use today more than ever Th- eyCherry Pectoralre- ly upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs I hil a very bad cough for three years Then I tried Cherry Pectoral My sore lanes were soon healedwd my cough dropped awayIEARL HYDE Oathrle Centre la SIcIIOO Jc AVER All Lowell Mass dnudUfoor Old Coughs One Ayers Pill at bedtime insures In natural action next morning THE MAX who only had one idea said A man who takes no interest in the political affairs of the country may be a good man yet he is not a good citizen This may appear all right on the face of it but neverthe less it is spurious and does anyman a rank injustice It is preposterous to imagine you can make a model man out of a bad citizenunless however yon reform him But if a man is not a good citizen he is surely not A good man until he has been regenerated It is utterly impossible to be a good man and a bad citizen at dutyIan political affairs of the country Xa tional State and Municipal Upon the political success of the country depends the future happiness and prosperityof tho people Govern ments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed A government is no better than the chosen representatives of the people who make and administer its laws Therefore those who have anyvoicein the poliical affairs of the country should lend his support and influence only to the political part whose primary object is tho emancipation of the human race and which recognizes humanity as the only true purpose of government Then go to the polls every time the opportunity is offered and cast your ballot for theI principles enunciated by Thomas Jef arson the greatest exponent of religious and political freedom the world ever knewIOHIO politics are assuming pecu liar attitude this fall The Republican standpatters are exhorting voters to stand by Roosevelt and vote the Republican ticket while the voters are asking themselves the question How can we stand by Roosevelt and keepoff Democratic groundITilE November election is near at nand and it behooves every Democrat to be on the groand floor and make a cleancut light for democratic princi pIes t c THINK THEM OVER Heard at the State Development Convention Enough timber was shipped from Ashland last year to make a trainC more than eighty miles in length If this lumber had been sawed into fence boards and posts allowing a post every ten feet and three boards to a post a fence could have been con structed around the world and enough would be left over to fence in our dear Kentucky Or if it had been made into a platform it would have provided room for a dancing party con sisting of the entire population of Kentucky and Tennessee all dancing u There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a treat many years doctors nounced it a local disease and prescribedl local remedies and by constantly fail ing to cure with local treatment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Oatarrh Cure Corolodocure on the market It is taken inter nally in does from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood systemTheycase it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonialsLs Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipa on y Rapid Strides a Toward Perfection- hh been taken in the past year by manufacturers of Wall Hangings The designs are beautiful and the colorings rich and harmonious We have exclusiyely for Central Kentuckyppapers made by the foremost foreign and facturers We employ a class of decorators who are artistsGin their line Stop experimentingbuy your Wall Paper and have it hung by one who can make goodhwe guarantee satisfaction CEJLEXINGTON aT u s J f j tv 4 1k A once For a country supposed to roduce nothing but coon skins and ginseng tbjs seems pretty plain figuring I At Kentuckys very doors are wildernesses of untouched resources suf ficlent to Insure a comfortable living for its families for all time We have relied upon past greatnesses and have not learned howto build manufac- tories and have allowed other people o take away tho benefits of them I Our laws are favorable to the in vestment of capital and to the development of these industries and I want to suggnst to you my friends all over the State that the first thing you must consider if you would hare Kentucky to grow and prosper as she ought to do is to give her a good name and not libel her for any purpose on earth I Tho trouble with a great many Kenluckions is that we do not know our State Hickman knows Ilickman and Bell county knows Bell county but we do not know you you do not know us Work together for the up building of the entire State Help your neighbor and you will help yourself If you do these things Kentucky will not lag behind any other State Energy alone is lacking In intelli gencein informationshe is second to none I would be glad to see the time when the people of Kentuckywould be so fair and jnst to the railroads and the railroads so fair and just to the people that the necessityof a lobbyeach year at your State Legis lature or in yiur City Councils would be dene away with We want capital in Kentucky but we must not oppres it with unjust lawsThese words spoken by earnest and interested Kentuckians contain food for thought Think them overCourier Journal For I desire to sell my stock of general merchandis The guods are in first class condition now ami ralable and is one of the best country stands in the county For further iijorumtion call on or address R R Harris a23 3m Peytontown Ky LOST OR STOLEN Affadavit County of Madison Sometime in the month of May 1005 either lost or had stolen from my home on Elm Street in this city a note This note was made by brother Howard Willis to myself and three other sisters for the sum of Oun nun dred Dollars A short time after miss ins this noje I am reliably informed that a not Jearing my description was seen in the hands of one John A Pope said Pope left the town before service could be hud on him and his when abouts is now unknown Diligei t search and inquiry has been made and nothing has been heard of it Anyone finding tins note or holding same please return it to the undersigned at once and receive a liberal reward for productionThe is a fac simile of the language of the note on printed form LIEN NOTE 10000 RiciiMOXn KY Aucn t 21 1903 On or about May 1st lOio fr value received I or either o im promise to pay to the order of CKMO W Smith Ella Burnam Harriett ii us and Maggie W Neaiey One Hit aided Dollars negotiable and payable at the State Bank and Tinst Chmpany of Richmond Ky interest payable semian nually at the rate of per cent from purhaseKentucky Com Ex March 7 1903 Due May 1 1905 No 1 HOWARD WILLIS Attest JAS A WHITE N P Cassie W Smith Richmond Ky State of Kentucky fouuty of Madison Personally appeared before me Cassie W Smith who acknowledged the above affidavit to be her act and deed this October 14 105- My Com Expires March 7 1908 JAS A WHITE X P Madison Co Ky Attest JESSIE Coon C M C C by R D Terrill D C octlS 4t PERSONAL daysinIl1r Will Prewitt of Kirksville is visiting friends in Lincoln Georgetownhio Mrs Mollio f wney Stockton has een visiting I ivnds in Millcrsburg Miss Susan Fisher Woods is with Richmond frtemU Stanford Journal JuigeT J Cnyle of Jackson county attended Circuit court here last week Mr J B Carter the lumberman of Cartersvilt was in the city last weekMiss Mattie Tribblo is visiting relatives in Madison county Shelby ville RecordMr Joe Haselden the insurance citylastMrs John Ilooe Russell is attending the U A It Convention in Danville this week Misso Lelia batty and Kate Gib LexingtonlastMiss Margaret Miller of Richmond WednesdsyDanule SterlinghasChenaul Mr Frank Clay of Iitlsburg has been here to see his mother Mrs Mary B Clay Messrs Joe Giunchigliani and Louis Schlegel have been fishing in Rock castle ciunty Misses Clara and Mary Bowlen of Wallaceton visittd friends at Red Lick last week Mr Ehret Fora returnc last week rom French Lick Spriugs much im roved in health Messrs W C Bennett and G W ates went to Burkesville last Friday returning Monday Mr C E Woods spent Sunday with is daughter Miss Mam e Miller Woods at Iebanonl lastlJVeekMrs E C Witt of the county Is flailing her daughter Mrs Chas rfaldnln at Harrodsburg Mrs Jane Martin of Big Hill via ltA her sister Mrs G B G- abbardIII1 at Wallaceton several days last week Oscar Gabbard who hss been visiting relatives in Ohio for several days has returned to his homo at Wallace tonMiss Margaret Clayton of Beatty ville has been the pleasant guest of Mrs Alone Boggs on Third street for several days Mrs Charles Higgins and Miss Lila Deatherage left yesterday for a visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Deathorage in Muskogce I T Miss Edna Bronaugh who has been visiting friends In this city for the past two weeks has returned to her home in Nicholasville Uncle David McCullom of Wallace ton who fell from a wagon several days ago and severely injured himself is able to be out again Miss Katie Gibson who has been the attractive guest of Miss Lelia Bcatty has returned to her home at Cumberland Gap Tenn MaryDennettBellingham Washington are the guests of Mr and Mrs James Bennett Mrs W D Bonney and daughters Misses Lucile and Lizzie Lee of Waco were the pleasant guests of Mrs G W Ogden Jr at Ford last week representinjll1ram the Hume Cooperage Company was in the city several days the past week Tomorrow at noon at the residence of the brides brother on Aspen Ave Mr Henry White Miss Sallie White and Mr Geoffrey Morgan will be united in marriage Mr It L Tipton of Montgomery county has moved his family to Fleming having purchased a line farm there Mr Tipton married Miss Mary Coyle of this city Mr Duncan Bell and Miss Gertrude Renick both of Paris will he united in wedlock November 7 Miss Ren ick is well known here having been a studentat Madison Institute Mr M C Kellogg President of Richmonds popular wholesale gro MondayInrons on the Rowland branch onlydelpgateLodge at the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at Sbolhyville but he made a good delegate for he is a most faith ful member Miss Nancy McCabe Mr E J Mc Cabe and Mr E H Raworth of Vicksburg Mississippi and Miss Agnes Yeager of Lexington the pleasant guests of Miss Edna Schlegel the week Sl1issesllaryLeslie county havo been the pleasantc guests of friends fn Berea days Miss Mary is the Republican a nominee for School Superintendent in Leslie countywMr Dan a Jones of Rockville Ind is at the bedside of his aged father Mr CW Jones who lies at th point of death at the homo of his daughter Mrs S E Scott on Third dIedI is OParisFaris of Richmond have been visit SingtonMr J W Zaring who has been a patient at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary for the past ten weeks is again able to be on the streets Mr Zaring has many friends who sincerely hope he will soon gain his full vigor and be able to atteud his duties Mrs Julian VanWinke nee Miss Katie Smith nrried yesterday from Indianapolis to spend about three weeks with her mother Mrs James W Smith on the campus Mrs Van Winkle has just completed visits to her husbands family in Covihgton and to her sister Mrs I Newt Combs at Lexington Mr and Mrs A D Miller Miss El zabeth Miller and Miss Hnllie Hamilton are enjoying ten days so journ with relatives of Mr Miller at Indianapolis Miss Elizabeth Miller of that city who is hostess to the party is a young lady of much beauty and worth and made many friends Kentuckyduring Mrs Rutherfor1 Douglas of New York City arrived in Kentucky last weekand aftnr a short visit to the Misses Bullock and Miss Maria Hunt went to Versailles for a stay of several days Later she will go to Macon Georgia to make her home with her son Rev Rutherford Douglas and family Mr Neville Moberly has taken apartments in the flats above the Herald office and will be in Lex ington for the winter Miss Mollio Douglass has gone to Valley View for a visit to her uncle Capt White and family i Mr George W Pickels Jr who accepted a position last Christmas with a railway company with head quarters at Springfield Ill has been promoted to a position paying t900 and all expenses in its civil engineer of to beautiful at strictly A big of Towels at less than price I Big line all latest and cost 750 10 15 and 20 will sell at 5 K 750 II All and at regular price Skirts regular 7 I sell at 3 and 350 and placed at the a lrnfd corps 9f four men This yoingman is a graduate of the tate College and Is destined to rise to he highest oflicial position in his- hosen professionpossessing does fine education and anbition and and is many Richmond friends are- atching hs upward rise with Interested eyes MrsrWalter Parks at dinner last number of her friends Those present were Mrs Dave Villili and two daughters Misses Pattie and Amos Mesdames James Shearer Sant Olilham May ldham Twyman Million A C J C Bales Joe Bales J M Haden Will Park and Miss The menu was fit for the ods and Mrs Parks dispensed hos pitality in genuine Old Kentucky Oak sideboard and china closet that cost 350 and this was greatly ad mired by all present The euche party piven Tuesday night of last week at the Moberly residence by the ladles of the Cathollo Church was largely attended and a a very successful affair linanciallj Elegant prizes were offered to the contestants and delicious refresh nents served The first prize was an elegant cut glass vaiied at 25 This WHS won bv Miss Nellie Donnel ly Miss Mevme Campbell won scc oid prize a bea tiful cterling silver hat brush The mens first prize a tine meerschaum pipwent to Mr Murray Smith Mr J won second prize a beautiful clothes brush Too booby prize was won by Mr William Smith tA Winter Seasons Richness i- y i Furs i- J Select and Modish iAi French Sable and Mink Scarfs Jap Mink andSable Stoles also J- J Coats in Persian t j various furs C Muffs To Match J Furlined Coats Motoring Car- riageT Coats Evening Jv e rnbryCoOulfitters 141 East Main C Lexington k Kentucky S J5I ItS ffi I7lh7IF fh mffi J ffi 71 7F g1i- M =fYRPIIri-Wt ffiivi 4E MOL 7 AZ P9n aI LI m t of the best Merchandise at Prices Never Before hitoled by any store in Central Kentucky Storesnow running So come early and take advantage the Greatest Bargains ever known in the history of the dry goods trade in Richmond This great sale com mencmg Monday October 16th 1905 moneyToForeign and Domestic Dress Goods2 a great many nev onesCravenette Cloths Plaids Henriettas Albatro Mohairs etc7we will sell at 13 to 12 less than regular price a large assortment of Silks most every weave known at 13 less than regular price 150 Black Taffeta Silk 36 inches wider fully guaranteed to wear will sell at 1 per yard which is less than it cost at wholesale Linens of Every DescriptionT- able Linens and Napkins match qualities wholesale prices assortment 13 regular Ladies Raincoats styles shapes new 1250 10andJ5 Corsetsthe leading most popular makes 12 F Womens price and8will i hea1f he latEgrity entertained Wednesday Tab- immons posIsessor bowl T tLynx Handsome Lamband other Coats for Coats Street Two Big C everal hundred yards of new Outings I- Iv and Flannellettes at wholesale prices 7 12 c per yard A large line of womens andchildrens UNDERWEAR 12 regular price sizes and quality the best You can save big money which at the illthingGreat Bargains m in Millinery M rc In fact we have so many goods we cant enumerate them All goods in IE both stores will be sacrificed regardless of cost All we ask of you is to come in j and let us demonstrate the above The stock must be closed out by January 1st 1906 as I leave then for New York to live F + B W TURNERCorner Main and Second Streets RICHMOND KY l lliI m ffi 5j mffi a j If f- i fl W L d c ivlI I LJ J J i 1 DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS fURS WRAPS C KAUFMAN STRAUS mid Oornnonu 322325 W Main Lexington Ky Ladies and Girls Readytowear Garments What is Generally Accepted as Correct if Gray in all its shades has by universal acceptance 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 turned our thoughts and endeavors toward bringing together a contrastingassortment of correctlyand stylishly modeled suits in the various shades of gray 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 here you are assured of the latter therefore further argument woul be superllous our stock of suits being at once cur ret stylish and in every way firstclass One graceful long coated model at 2500 is compoMi- of best quality homespun cloth in a stone gray shad A model forming an ideal all occasion suit being sei viceable yet essentially dressy cut upon mannis lines and carrying unique individuality with till Iii which makes them distinct from all others Tailored Suits 12 to 75 I Separate Skirts = 5 to 25 Silk Waists 5 to 35 Railroad fares refunded allon purchases 30 or mmv Kaufman Straus Bo LEXINGTON KENTUCKY IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS LIGHT a WTheSMITHSONlTRUSS Satisfaction guaranted For sale by- by PEKRY THOMAS For Rent A cottage on High street recentlv occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Buy you Seed Wheat from Letcher Jt Witt novl Estray Hop Two shoals one black and one red weight about 65 HM came to my place a mouth ago and have since been cared tor by the undersigned Owner can have same by calling and paying charges H M SNYDER o4 4t Edneyburg Ky Buy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt Oct 4 Gt Ciiao1q1e Paulina Richards by ct Puffs against x Lena Lanter r Delis J EquityByof Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 1005 In the above style cause the un dersigned will on Ukj knhr ioi II between the honrs ot 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock moo on the premises in Madison roomy Ky proceed to expo o to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcelof Land containing 991 acres more or less in Madison enmity Ky on the waters of theHiramsaid land a larce frame dwelling house and two splendid barns and the neces sarv outbuildings and a splendid lantiisConcession will he given January 1st 1006 with the right to purchaser to seeding this Jail The right to haul the todder of said land and get other agricultural products off of the farm stockisTEIIMS Sale will be made on a credit of six ami twelve months Thepurchaser will be required to give bond paymentmentblariugsale with a Lien reserved upon said property until nil time purchase Is SHTHORPEhclS34 C- iflbU7 Dissolution Notice IThe firm of II C Jonep Co has y consent been dissolved Mr Sam Mason retirin from the vnsin All parties indebted to the above lirin will please call at once and settle H O Jones Co sepi27 4t Richmond Ky Estray Est raved from Foxtown about a JerseyAnycalf will be thankfully received R A HAUIUS tf Cleveland Ky Us MARKS STIXI 0BootsShoesRubbers Cost Least Wear Best i Salesman E C BOQOSii I- mmissi n r s ale Cricket Terrill Coyle Ac Plfls against l Charlie Ierrillc Defts EquityByof Sale of the MadUun ireuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof IInl1erslSalnriiy Hotter fib ID outheproceed to expose to Public bale to fol10wA Certain Tract or Parcelof Land lying just East of Richmond Ky on the Irvine Turnpike road containing1 JTerrills foIows On the Notth bv the tans 1ylandsSouth by the Irvine Turnpike road on the We t bv the lands of the Madi saitilandhouse with all necessary outbuildings S i farm is iu splendid repair and one of the most fertil in the county For a more particular description of san e reference is here made to theJiuU ment of sale and inhibits on file in Hit above case Said land will be first offered for sale in separate parrels according to exhibit No 2 and then as a whole and sold the way producing the most money Said land is sola for Ms orNprivilegetime after purchase reserving to prts ent tenants till February 15 1000 to get off all agriculture products TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The glvbondpayment of the purchate motiPv to Jndpnemtbearing f sale with a Lien restrvtd upon id property until all the purchase money 18 iill THORPE ostiS 3t M 0N 0s t i Opening of Fur SeasonThis will be the most Furs we have yet display of Fineattempted ill ourmeat Here establishevery wprnan can findown personal desire something to her Artistic FursExclusive style creations and exquisite colormay be seen in schemes I repairyou IM LowenthalFayette Phone 1162 Wholesale and Retail MANUFACTURING FURRIER KentuckvLc Price J 6cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY ILIB I Blunton Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cement and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY fV Albert The Florist Agent for Honakers Flowers Telephone 188 4 7 rFIRST SHOWING OF t Womens Fall Waists Lace Waists for women lined l with silk the newest andmost approved Fall styles value 750 c Special 498j Womens Fall Suits r EARLY ADVANCE STYLES I5 Womens Suits coats 45 to 50 inches C 9T flf fit long kilted skirts Special M JJ- f We are showing the latest foreign and domestic novelties in Tailor ffe ed Suits Prices range from 15 to 75 y Complimentary transportation to Lexington and return J 0 L Steele J c 353 West Main Lexington Ky SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax Chopping wood may not be a pleasure but it is certain that the hard work of it may be made less by the use of an ax that is made right Try a Diamond Edgef worth every cent it coils 412 Wilk Baxter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc Beck Co of Newthe Frforsecured the agencyI have manufacturers of the best WALLPAPERS York and Chicago the Jargest it wlllto pay you in tho If you are going paper to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy in the country sud the best thats madegetfrom me Buy your paper W P BaxterEa- stMain St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders COlt Same Price t ff iH ij11T Ihe Richmond Climax NOWEDNESDAY DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER hisForshoNF EKForSberiffverP I3ROADDUSan For County Clerk JESSE COBB ForJailer BUCK JOHNSON soForBOYD inForJOHN NOLANDIFor Coroner ROBT L IGGERS1AFFI Mayor Clarence E Woods Chief of Police J H AliniananConncilmen W S Oldham Richard MctveeT T Cnvington G W Gates J A Merahon Jennings Maupin Police Judge Jennings Greenleaf City Attorney T II Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable I M Scrivner ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistrial District sllbI ject to action of the Democratic partyI Attention Fanners I have received two carloads of the cE the best thats vomadeoi any description it will prove to your advantage to get my pi Ices tf J T COY Kirksville Ky Heres a test Ifjou cant tie your own shoe strings you are Too Fat Mystery Deepensis Mystery deepens as to why so many enfearfulcould ofeasilytroubles by a few doses of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Have you tried it If not do so today Sold by Perry Thomas at SOc and 100 Money back if it fails Scars on the face become marks of beauty when the heart is kind Full of Tragic Meaning are these lines from J II Simmons rofdresultedhad not taken the medicine about which be writes I had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings Sew Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds completely cured me1 relieves and Enentlyases kAtanteed SOc and 1 00 Trial bottle free Mans christianity to man makes countless thousands mourn New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklens Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duflield Va writes lhadacanceron myllpkIi years that seemed Bucklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c atR C Stocktons drug ftore After a man has worke hard to get a thing be has to fight linnl to keep it Made aHitrWhen Dr W B Cald ell the sage of Monticello first ibed his great remedy for indigestion coastipation and biliousness nnw ki own as Dr Caldwells laxative Smp Pepsin its success was so great that it madaan instant hit Since then it has used all over the world and has never failed to duplicate its first successes Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails IIt easy to find fault with a gooF thing Plans to Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break IstionNew Life Pills They take out the materials which are clogging your energiesand give you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At R C Stocktons drug store 25c gunr antetd Every man pays for what he gets in some kind ot coi- nConsumptives Made Comfort ableldFoleyshold out falso hopes to consumptives by claiming that it will cure this dread disease in thi advanced stages but if the lungs are not too far gone Foleys Honey and Tar will effect a cure as it stops the racking cough and soothes the inflamed air passages giving them a chance to ueal and even in the ad rLvancedand relief A A Herron of Finch Arkwrites Foleys Honey and Tar is the be8ij r paration for coughs fandcured consumption in the ffrst stages Sold by RC tockton Compiomise is the result when each party in a controversy is afraid of the other Dont Borrow Trouble It is a bad habit to borrow anything but the worst thing you can possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of diapepsia biliousness Bright disease and similar Internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bitters Here syougetfulnesa of all your and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease At R C Stock tons drug store Price SOc Guar nntted The New Domain Oil and Gas Co a Cincinnati concerti struck a gnsberin the Beaver creek Ky territory Life Is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the grievous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsi in one or other of its manv forms No other disease covers such a wide range of symptoms or causes such varied suffering to its victims Stomachache headache dizziness nausea biliousness coast fever eteaU are duo to this one dreadful disease No wonder that thousonds are so enthusiastic over the cure of their isenae by Dr Caldwell laxative Syi It is ampst marvelous p iteicaad Haiversal cure Try it Sold fcy Psrrj Thomas at iQe Md f100 M MMJ Mei If it toils F fcxJ 1 I Ir The Vital Confev MAR STRONGER THAN BTi MOHACo LET HlONA MRENbThEN YOUR DIGESTIVE SYtf tH The stomach is jour vital center No man is stronger than hlsstamach The average man measures his physical vitality by lila heart his kidneys or lungs Yet It is the stomach that uld first be considered when youpecast up the account of health organ of the body is adLydtern in the form of blood For this rea sun when the stonach is strengthened with Sliona and is able to convert the food into nourishment all other organs on become well This explains many cures of heart hveror kidney diseases the cases eItrer known and is sold by B L Mid dleton under an absolute guarantee at it costs nothing unless it restores health Just one little tablet out of a SOcentbcx of Alionn for a few daysced you will soon see a great Tient In your healthbeRace Suicidehi NEW HASE OP THE VEXING QUESTION PRE DENTED BY DR MARY WIIiARD Race suicide has been one of the principal topics undAr discussion at the district conference of the Womens Christian Temperance Union which closed Friday night at Wyandotte a suburb of Detroit Michigan Dr Mary A Willard of Detroit addressing the conference said that the most ex reme type of race suicide was the investing of ignorant foreigners with the right to te while the intelligent women of the country were denied thii privilegethContinuing Dr Willard I will not attempt to deny that few children are born into Americas homes for it lea lamentable fact too patent 10 pbenator this One of them is that life becoming too strenuous for he mod er tiiough to bear children and the other that men sacrifice upon the shrines Bacchus and Eros until they art- owerlessp to lay upon the altar of wedded love the tribute that would bless their homes Give women the ballot and they will remove some of the temptations from tho path of men making it easier for them to live pure strong healthful lives rendering them fit to continue the propagation of the race And they will themselves Lecoine invigorated and to again resume the burdens un er which they have hinted A new impetus will have come Into woniPiis lives because they can do away siLl the brothel that claims thtlr daughters and the saloon that ruins their sons A Prominent Trainman- The many friends of G II Hansen presentJiViDgnow of his recovery from threatened kidney disease He says IWts cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure especiallytoafflicted Sold by R C Stockton Economy the thing that makes you go hungry today for fear that you maybe hungry tomorrowiCommunication from B L Middleton OFFER TO REtUNi MONEY IF HYOREI DOES NOT CURE CATARRH To tho Editor the Climax- I have been asked recently if the advertisements printed in your columns regarding Hyomei were true where I offer to refund the money if this treatment does not cure atarrh I wish you would please print this letter in as conspicuous a placdas possible in paper saying that we absolutely to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomel outfit if it docs not cure catarrh This outfit consists of an inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocketso that the user can breathe Hyoraei four or five times daily With this is included a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei The outfit sells for 100 and is a most economical treatment for tIme inhaler lasts a lifetime and there is enough Hyomei for several weeks use while extra bottles can be ob uined for 50 cents I trust this letter will settle any doubts that may have arisen ae to my willingness to refund the money for n Hyeniel outfit in case the purchaser is not perfectly satisfied- I wish to say emphatically that my guarantee on Hyomei holds good and I will refund the money to any dissat isfied purchaser who simply states that ie has used the treatment according irections and not been helped Respectfully yours B L1hDDLEToS Some men are mostly remarkable for the tLings they dont ao The Original originatedHoneyremedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many m1tatios arc offered FoleyHoneys tute offered as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It Is mildly faxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons Sold by R C Stockton The messenger boy may have hia failings but he is never i n the fast set Presidential Election Will Make No Change- No matter which candidate is elected Feleys Honey anil Tar wM remedyforsumption It cures colds quicky and prevents pneumonia A J Nusbaum sufferedtor4 druggist preparcil imo some medi- cIne and a physician prescribed for me yet I Old not improve I then eightlosesStocktcn Many vain regrettjare concealed In the stubs of check books Family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is a state of weak dlgessive organs in herited from careless ancestors The skeleton can be laid to rest by Dr PepsitBetterdog yon lailyand keep you In eon stantmi eryand in danger from PepsintTryitaa4 lWj Mwiey fcadc if it fails 7 bc z 5t5 w 7 1rLc4 I SECOND RJP VAN WINKLE 3Jan Dead leaAfterReturns Rome A second Van Wi tynkleSnyder returned home after a nlo enuabseupeS the of Sanford Ly toneher He a fertouscame to LexIngton about a quarter of ie tlitlonneSn heyderh M thrseither become suddenly Insane or had met with foul play and advertised ex te w behereaboutsery pollen department In the country A few duys after Tils disappearance hi a jucreekinreIcovery anasntly He comes back to L a white voardedould never have been recognized by s old acquaintances It is said that an effort was made to collect the m Nrthting that she was his widow HOODOOED BY NUMBER 13 I Academy at Warren Ilk Attributes Its Poor luck to Odd Cirscumstancesj Warren Various reasons are assigned for Warren academy closing but the best on4 to date is the fact ahate unlucky number 13 which O- Ccurs 13 times to sound the death knell x On the 13th day of September in the thirteenth year of Its existence the school closed with just 13 students resent In the name Warren academy there are 13 letters the title page of ue thirteenth catalogue has 13 lines of p nareandmncedof which brought death The subject matter of the catalogue ends 13 pages from the end and three times 13 is due the printer for Issuing the book I etgets It In 1905 13 were regularly graduated There are 13 rooms In the building which originally cost 13000 and be- sIdes the president and secretary there are 13 trustees This seasons lectur course containing 13 letters was announced and died On page 3 In liDO 13 of the catalogue appears Memorial day which Is very appropriate atthlg ImeRESIGNSAFTER 35 YEARS Pastor Completes Lifetime ot Berries in One ChurchTo Devote Time to Missions Pittsburg PaRev Dr S J Fisher surprised his congregation at the morning service of the Swlssvale Pres byterian church by reading his resig nation which he desires to take effect November 10 the thirtyfifth anniver sary of his pastorate In giving his reasons Dr Fisher said I feel that while the church Is har moniousand the conditions ire good t Is wise in mo to resign I have been n the one field 35 and wayjThemen will receive more of my time and energiesDr lsher immediately alter grad uating from the seminary took charge of the Swlssvale church which had Just been started and had 13 members Of the original members there are one elder and two other members The congregation has been in the one build- Ing all the time but it has been enlarged on several occasions to keep congregation j members DIGS WELL FINDS FORTUNE Poor Man Strikes 100000 Treasure in Search for Water on Colorado Farm Denver ColFrom Lamar Col comes the remarkable story of a 100000 treasure bell unearthed by a poorfam Ily while dicing a well In their backyard The name of the finder isun known but th story Is vouched for In a Lamarltoless man of Colorado Springs Mrs Downer says the find was made several days ago A man was digging a well and had gone down but four feet when he unearthed a box containing gold estimated to be worth 100000 There Is considerable mystery regarding the find and the supposition la that the treasure was burled in the early days possibly by Indians Mrs Downer does not go into details in the letter but says there is great excitement in Lamar over the discovery It is understood that the finder of the fortune Is a labor ing man and that his wife also works hard for a living Catches ManEating Shark A big maneating shark was brought to shore at Cos Cob Conn recently by Judge George W Brush It was tow e behind his catboat The shark was nine feet long and had a double row 61 teeth It weighed 400 pounds SAD SCENE ON ISLE TRAGIC SEQUEL TO WAR BO MANGE ON SAKHALIN Physician Long Separated Jtrom Wife Goes to Island to Rejoin Her Only to Jftnd That She Has Been Smuggled Away LondonA romantic Incident ami its tragic sequel are told in connection with the capture of Sakhalin by the Japanese The first thing they ld was to liberate the Russian political prisoners who were on the island A Russian now In London wheniinteri viewed said that as far as was known there were about a dozen such prls oners together with a number of Poles Tke saddest case he EasJ was 1tyoungcorned in the political movement of 187980 called the Peoples Will Seized one night by the police she dls7 appeared into the gloomy jaws of the Schlusselburg that dread fortress on the Neva Once inside all trace waV lost by the friends of the prisoner No inquiry of the heartbroken relaJ lives was answered The young husbands frantic a p peals for news of his wife were Jisbeatfor a year for pnce a year the rules of the Schlusselburs permitted the prisoner to wrltu one open letter The letter never cante The privilege had been withdrawn by the governor for some trivial offense Try as they might to keep the rules Were was al ways sGmethlngthat allowed the ja satapLpimonera for insuborUa Ues Piiasv Ute usiiisijs IC t rJt 1L 1 qeain cost envelOpe Las Islamic ion res3ft3tit we have means of getting Intelligence and every few years we rned who had been executed or theIglInsteln Tregonl Puroffski Jabaloff d about others were being sent SakftalJ11 for the rest of their lives if life It could be called each one suf lng from Incurable illness caused SchlusselburgPmtdreary waste thousands of miles roads In mtdetbere was no railan wIfehem edttngoung and beautiful when ey parted gray middleaged and wr ecked with disease when they metRa meetln of tears The husband believing his wife to Tree and that he could take her to some part of the world where Russias tyrannV does not reach Journeyed agalnfttT Sakhalln only to find that st before the investment of the Is nd by the Japanese his wife was reo moved to Vladivostok The poor wom was smuggled out of the island by means of a Japanese coasting vessel and Is being kept In prison at Vladi sfok where the military authorities w not allow any noncombatants and her devoted husband may not even see her By strange misfortune she was the only prisoner sent away all others being left on the Island r O SHOES AND NO CHURCH Women Release Cobbler So as to Atp tendSunday Services Hand Oyer Necessary Cash Paterson N J Gaetano Tisclo a hoe cobbler owes his release from aIl to angry women who gathered In front of his shop eager for the return of shoes they had left for repair Without the shoes they could not ttend church What had become of t cobbler was finally answered by Felecla dAngelo who appeared among the women and assured them that the cobbler was In jail DAngelo explained for stealing coal from him valued at 150 Ill tell you what suggested DAn gelo If you people pay me for the coal stolen I will go before the Jus tice and withdraw the complaint The women gladly agreed to this and soon 150 in dimes and nickels was turned over to DAngelo DAngelo explained the situation and Tlsclo was released The wom n in paying their shoe bills withheld the amount subscribed for the re lease of the cobbler New Use for Forfeited Life The London Lancet publishes a sug gestion from a medical correspondent that condemned murderers should hayS the option of submitting to some simple pathological experiment as the alternative of being hanged The writer urges that a life which is forfeited by the state should b tfewasted If we could study disease In the laboratory of the human body we might with confidence look forward to almost endless possibilities The Oregon Out of Date Think of the fine battleship Oregon whose run from ocean to acean seems but an achievement of yesterday be- Ing spoken of as antiquated as needing to be rebuilt if she Is to be of further service to the country Its enough to make the untechnlcal layman ask himself whether all the expense and all the tourings In the seven seas are worth while True Too True A Plttsburg man who Is the father of 14 boys had adopted a little girl This case would seem to upset the theory that hope springs eternal in the human breast MEXICO IS PROSPEROUS Official Report Tells of Increase In Foreign TradeOutlook for Next Year Bright City of Mexico Statistics of Jfei Icos foreign trade for the fiscal year show a healthy commercial condition The Imports were valued at 85861081 gold of which 48303167 came from the United States an Increase of near ly 6000000 over the preceding fiscal year Great Britain sent goods to the value of 10418343 an Increase of about 400000 Germany contributed 9810 538 which Is a slight Increase and France 8482685 which is a gain of 1000000 The gold exported amount ed to 13696146 a gain of nearly 3 000000 over the preceding fiscal year The total amount of silver exported silver value was 65523645 which is a decrease of 13587044 The total silver value of all exports was 208 520451 or about 104800vOO gold satisfactoryIcondition although a slight decrease from the preceding year Trade with the United States is growing steadily and will increase from year to year In the Judgment of mercantile and banking houses The country was never more prosperous and the outlook for the coming year Is a bright one BOYS RACE IS A PUZZLE Frenchman Bewildered Over a Lost Youth in Paris Belongs to Agraches He Says ParisA young vagabond recently arrived from some mysterious place in America is giving the police magistrates great trouble on account of the fact that they cannot understand a word of his speech nor he of theirs The boy is about 18 He has drawn crude pictures to Indicate that he was brought by his mother first to Boston and then across the ocean and then deserted by his mother on reaching Paris Through continued repetition of certain words the magistrates think the boy wishes to say be belongs to the Agrache race but no Parisian Interpreters have yet been able to discover to what family his language be longsFrench savants begin to believe he comes from some Polynesian Island and has drifted across America and so to Paris The police are looking for lila mother Meantime the boy Is receiving elementary French lessons FROM PULPIT TO INSURANCE ImaginesNeeds in Politics Wothasin Ohio Ho has made a contract managerforcompany of Philadelphia Pa Rev Mr Wood has been considering the advisability of entering the life Insur aace geld for a couple of months His headquarters will be la Clove friendssJii someoiseed reforming reslgnedthegat nat church of Cleveland and ao cefitedthe offer of a lycefiia bureau of Chicago to take tJtet stare plat form He took time atu tot Presi slatestort J i t tB IJ ID nu WAiT A B QMt If so wii can furnish you onpany kind you want We have for sale a at variety of farms dwelling houses siness houses and business prqpoI sit lons If You Want a Farm write ns what kind of a place you are looking forwhat size what improvements where located how much you ire willing to invest and any other pertinent information We have pricesdweyou are on the market A postal Card will bring ycu one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co E YOUNG SR Pres Lebanon Ky NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL S SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 0 Cts ISSUED WELT SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB COUd LBERT 3 BORIS PunrAsumtsaL- MtAGZ 4TWsTn SrNEWYOU Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this linens We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky Phone 184gets the best C 0 ALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who sell J t2 8ot e8o tA 0180 s eco a l 8oj all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery ittyvi11i goalI D R Freeman Mgr- Phone 184 Yard Aspen av PIANOS publicGrade Pianos The fact is there is an Artistic Enthusiasm behind the mann facture and sale of Mason t Ham in Hazelton Dockers Haines Bros Kingsbury Armstrong Marshall k Wendell and the other lending makes we handle There Is a professional pride in our association with these delightful instru uients Come in and hear them slug their own praises Bt ring instruments that voice the heartbeatsof Sentiment Love Joy Passion Mirth Padness a warmth alHlllepthof feelinir tlint echoes faithfully every mood of human emotion The Worlds Pianos are Here Also a Fine Line of Organs O tjrO 0- lt1se l m Qo 140158 Vest Maui Street Lexington Kentucky OLD JQEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal par poses You want the best Furnished lirictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5II II jugs 25C 5 bottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEA ROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er- aovlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F EniightF- irst Street Public Sale As executors ot the estate of John D Harris deceated we will on Saturday Oct 2J 05 it the hour of 2 oclock p mf soil at public auction on time premises the fnllowin s lots located in Richmond Ky viz Two Houses and Lots 3n feet fronting on Water street next to Episcopal rhurjh pioperty These houses are very com for fable and con venient and are piea antlv situated This property will be sold ontho following terrrs Onethird calm and thE balance in two equal installment due in six and twelve months with Interest from day of sale for which notes with good necarity from day of Mle wilt be required T 1 Curtis S Hstsne r CMCly kid It L j s oJ o Ll r lli7I m T THE F Country Store IN TOWN + BUY FOR 1GASHINITX 7J SELL FO- RCASH ++y = IA We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware ffiWoodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies Road Carts etc In fact most every article z p used on farm or in kitchen IRemembour goods CASH very PRICE low makes when compared with the credit system WE SELL THE 7R I r +I L ncahrg ild Plow i the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofing etc 7 + Try our Old Fashioned IE Country MeaL Cheap Poultry Eggs Hides 1dFurs i Colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street s tIF7FF 7 u ExcursionsV- Ia j J Illinois Central Railroad 3800LOUISVILLE J California Oregon low rates to other points in the west and northwest daily to October 3J J905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arknsas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first and third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper c ally Louisville to Hot Springs Aw Only line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas x Investment in Southern landsISuch Investments tire not a new country anti shipping facilities are adequate and first class The climate U mild and favor j able Niitwiibstundini those and other advantages outhern la ds are selling f rprices far below their rent value and at present price net large returns on the in posIbllltieaofiandilnKentuckynear tilt Illinois Central ItallroRd fnr homeseekers and investors uddress the un dersigned Further particulars of Home Agents or address Ii W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky VIY NAME IS THLRMAhOn Row And Special Summer Correspodingly Sausage Buys WAIT FOR White Gibsons f BIG OPENING All the latest styles in Ladies and Misses Cloaks Furs and Capes Uptodates ladies and misses wear of all kinds Dont forget the date October 21st j See our line of Craven ette Rain Coati I which we are now showing 4 J hhite GibsonYE OLDE RELIABLE SHOP 0 T r i r W m Vi 11 fo d J = It tr IL it FOR T SALE 200 Blue Grass Farms and Valuabli Town Property Tne RicnmoDa Real B tat Agoncy RICHMOND KY or Rue Curry Harrodsbttrg Ky No OOA fine dairy farm of 53 acres just out side city limits of eightroorndouble basement and water works largo stock barn now GlxlOO portion ar ranged especially fur dairy Well watcied and font ellall in grass a fine ocation Price and terms onablcIland two and oneh If miles from Richmondon one of the best pikes the county dwelling of live inI large stock barn spendidly good neighborhood nnd U certainly cheap at the price 7650 pr acre No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmondall in grass is very productive and adopted to the growth of any of the cErEsls common to this countj Well watered and fenced The improve mints consist of a handsome frame residence of ten rooms in splendid repair nil necessary outbuildings a large stock barn almost new This anellquippedfrom town No 713117 acres on good pike threefourth mile from town Tho land has boon in blue grass for years and is adopted to thft growth of hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cottage house with bath good cellar all other necessary outbuildings Ths one is located just right and is sure to please jou No 704105 acres land all in blue grass fine sod onehalf mile from Richmond small residence of four rooms good stock barn is wnll wa tered and fenced and will be sold worth the money No 705145 acres two and one half miles out on one of the most popular pikes lending into Richmond Residence is a tenroom frn e modern in construction and has all need ed conveniences All smaller out buildings and two good stock barns one teuant house Fencing is in perfect repair good garden and plenty of fruit and shade This is consid ered one of tho prettiest homes in the county and is cheap at the price askedNo 706200 acres about one and ombalf miles west of Richmond on a good pike all in blue grass except garden good orchard residence of six rooms and nil necessary outbuildings A part of this land is virgin soil and most all will produce hemp or tobacco This is a rare opportunity to get a fine farm as this kind is seldom offered for sill Terms easy No 707113 acres tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Kv one third in grass balance crop two ten ant houses three barns under good fence never failing water price 60 per acre Terms easy and possession p suit purchaser No 708257 acns land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten acre tobacco barn stick barns two residences cin ho divided into two farms giving residence with each The farm is mostly in gras well ffenced and finely watered price 55 per acre No 70975 acres fine land at Kirksville Ky divided into four fields wat r in every field part of the land in bluR grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to baco homo corn or wheat tine neighborhood and good schools and churches in thH village of Ki ksvUle Residence adjoining can be sold with landNo 71011l acres about onehalf mile from city limits all in grass well watered by ponds and brooks fencing good sixroom dwelling gtJd cistern orchrll gttrden and Uble everything in flrtclass condition and cheap at floo per acre firms easy No 7112I acres about two miles from Richmond with elegant ton room residence tobacco and stock brn wen wnteied and good fencing Possession given January 1st 1906 Price 15500 Easy terms No 712255 acres all will grow hen u nuiu ii plkl 8 wills from R chmond Tie farm is nearly all in gras and is well equipped in every detail Has an excellent frame house of t n rooms good barn s ad out buildings stock scalns plenty of watt r fencing lirsteliss This fain is a Ii producer anil will pay well on your invoiirainu Etsy payments 613 151n ret sjicndlil land 7J mile north of Richmond in one of ions of Madson cunth r ehet see l tyunt 00 a od pike A splendid residence oi eight rooms in good repair two barns splendid youngor well watered fenced A nice home and a good larrn Price 90 per acr- e7i4100 acres unimproved laud all lu grass 8 mils from town ThiS farm is very fertile and a moneymaker Price reasonable and will be sold on long tim- eTown Property 8Nowth elegant brink rooms ba h and cellar go d com modious stable poultry house another outbuildings good garden aud some fruit located on one of the bet residence streets in Richmond price 46oo Terms liberal No llol Nice twostory sixroom residence on a good street near con ter of the city lot 45x2oo feet good residence is itstable and garden firstclass condition and is a very desirable home and cheap at 2ooo No Ilo2 Twostory brick Tel on West Mal 0 dence of ten rooms street kitchen halls bath room ant basement front anli side porche- metal roof and is nicely finished in Jot III 9Jx40c- feet M1 of its departments good grden tablc and othel outbuildings sell on easy tenor in is In trad for farm Inspection vitod few opportnnltles to tbl Kind No1103One acre lot with goo I slxrCOal b1use orcbatl1 stabJennc itibuilding good garden t Ky A bnsines has excellent schools am A good farm can be Boll loa with this property Pr Harrodsburg roninbrSc1wej1jnWater In how heated by furnace No saroom cotlaw and 4 acre neaT townIroperly framrdwrllinllDanville pike one mile from town Price low blAcksmithstreets No 47 A s1enciii room dwelling on 10cationNo Vle anll dslrable home of thplate n n Rom oiiern frame lwplllnlZ of I J1neededwill sell a Wolnr In divisions givingfoot front with ilwrlllng NoN 4S2 ers on good pike 1 mllef ccittvStionweliveils There are two main dwpIlInlt and two 5 tenant houses 3 barn and double crib Rlieswill exchange for town priperty No 37sceon Burgh pike mill ofnAlTohhnrg 4 room frame dwplllnR barnhouse crUanl diary Terms easya onrrnodwatered No 17t iS7 acres good land well Im barnandlAndonbArn and outbuildings Price 75 per acre tltrefIfenCfdIIndbuildings on good pike H miles from town mIlesoutNo 217 312 acres on Salt river near pike outbuildingsabundance mllp8fromt 6 room dllIn an14 room tenant bOil indivisionsItarrodsburg f1200hoth raileofArle frame dwplllnlZ l barns fobcc ham wellwatered tobarcnlndgood tobacco barn well watereds mllpontontdnltonfratnedwelling lowiTVaxhlngton county outbulldlnRorall In grass except 15 acres Price f 2300 sdwellingriverlava 8 Improvements fromUsnylilpandroom dwelling barn etc Price I7EO No ISrt acres on Salt rivrrSmlles out dwellingand pikeImprovements I No 275 550 acres S miles from town Im provements roomdwrJlfngNo 277 56 unimproved land well fenced 56500 No 278 100 ac es with good Improvement IIbulldlnNo 2M 211 acres of first class land three miles from Dlnvllle Lund in fine state of cultivation well Improved with 10 room house 2 barns and outbuildings pikehandsomestock barns and two large tobncco b rns brickIJweJlfngNo 290 4 acres on pike land fertile five outbuildingsNo 291 acres on pike 4 mlle outland roomIlweJlfngNo 232 37 acres small two room dwelllnl 30 per acre No 293 210 acres of hemn land 2 miles of Lanraster on Stanford pike modern 8 room lowIstorydwellingNo 297 22 acres In Hurodsbnrg with room dwelling- No 29S 400 acres of bottom and timber and Much of this land is bottom land nnd fertile well improved wlib 3 dwellings barns 8000INo 293 ncres good tobncco land In ttOO slate of cultivation sood fencing and veil watered two sorr 10 room dwelling two barns and outbuildings Price 7250 No 300 nres with 6 room cottage and barn in town limits Price No 301 m arres of first class land45f mile out on good pike fine location five room dwelling barn etc well fenced and ii alered No 305 2 acres and good 6 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Cimrx bldg Richmond Ky iir Rile A Curry Harrodsburp Ky For Rent We desire to rent for the year 10P6 55 acreffiof No1 blue grass land within ne mile of the Court house iirM1 muse of four rooms cistern uoo1 wri dth room for thirteen cows There ire two good gardens and never failing eater This place has been used for iwo years as a dairy Apply to G J White Son Richmond Ky Ocl4 4t No equally great thing can ba made of such slight material as happiness rj Diamonds Watches Clocks I Cutg ass JewelryJ J J Jevery description fI IThes are some of the things to be found at Jewelry Store Lanastj watch or clock wgo tao them to will flu them If your ring 1needs resetting take it to toorIf you want anytritrigua can be found in a first Jewelrv establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed J in these kind lit articles L E Lane c Jeweler aix Optician o t 1 iiA t 0 DM OHENATJLT 4TTORNEYSATLAWIC- UMOND1 KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Cheu nits grocery rACKS ON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW KENTUCRYOcein overeny Thomas drug stor- eD W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER ANDcEAL ESTATE AGENT Your BlsinessSIIUcitedL Satisfaction Guaranteedo ilCHMOND KY Dr G G Perrytl Physician and Surgeon p loan 810 to a m 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arn Ia Ilea Tele 525 RICUMONf KY vV MILLER tlJlJonKOIfD 0Olllceaimers National Bank febalyS I 2IalTOBNEYATAWc RICHMOND KENTUCKY flee over State Bank Trust Co op mite Court House on Main Street t U Burnam A R Burnam Jr A R BURNAM SONa ATTORNEYSATVLAW tA Ilurnama former office Main at to RICHMOND KY LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY I Dr Fred S Smith Dentiste Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR LANUMAN cHotelWednesday Nov 8 1905 n lMhereasbThousands of American People Have unqualifiedly indorsed Para the Injured as a afe sure and quick relieving and healing agent it is absolutely guaranteed that every bottle of the same will do exactly what is claimed for it in the circular which is wrapped around the bottle acombination of soothing cooling healing oils and refined camphort prepared with utmost accuracy processParncamphhome than or liniments because when applied goes direct to the aches and pains drawing out the fever and inflammation by inducing perspiration I know posip tively that it will relieve and Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia NasaltCatarrh Cold in the Head Sore Sore Chest Croup Itchingand Burning of the Skin Sore Feet Swellings and all In flammations Paracamph heals Burns and Cuts without leaving ugly scars It is an absolute preventive of Blood Poisoning is the only safe sure doctor dayinpuarantced to do exactly what is claimed lor or money will be refunded Sold only in 25c SOC and 1 00 bottles at all good druggists or sent direct upon receipt of price Dont accept any subt titute There is nothing that will COmc with Paracamph- E B Spicer General Manager The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky f FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas vM Blanton DENTIST yOfflce in Bennett BuildingSlanly TELEPHONE 198i LOt Saturday between Million tnd Richmond a walking cane with leer horn handle Liberal reward will e paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Ky j PUBLIC NOTICE At a meeting of the City Council held in the City Hall in Ky on Monday September 25 1905 it was ordered by the Council that WiiEnEAS it is deemed necessary to incur an indebtednnF8 of Fifteen Thous 1111 Dollars the payment of which canI not be made without exceeding the In come and revenue for this year notice be given of an election bv the quali fled electors of the town to determine whether such indebtedness shall be incurred The amount of the proposed indebtedness t is Fifteen Thousand Dollars The for which it is to be raised s the erection and fitting up of a new titv Hall The amount of money to he wised each year is One Thousand n ilars to constitute a sinking fund tor i avment of the principal and six r runt interest additional upon the riucipal debtIIt is ordered that this notice be pub lished for at least two weeks in some of general circulation in Richmond Ky that a poll be opened and that a vote on the foregoing propo sition be had of the qualified electors If the City at the next general election in November 7th 1905 WITNESS my hand this tile 26th day of September 1905 D R TEVltlIayor ATTEST W H WHITE City Clerk Sacrifice Sale Iam positively going to quit business and move to New York Hence I offer at a sac rifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods 11 all kinds and there is none super ior in this section AIQ the following personal property My 2storf brick residence on Main street f My 2story brick residence on Collins street known as the Barlow place 0 A gentle pony rubber tiie cart and harness One 4yearold HaxhallVat ican mare A firstclass phaeton All parties owing me wi settleptB W TURNER- Y TRIES OLD SWINDLE IATJTHOB OF SPANISH BUNCO AGAIN AT WORK Manufacturer of Kalamazoo Mich Is Cordially Invited to Help Ben cue Prisoner and Share In a Vast Fortune Kalamazoo Mich That the noted Spanish swindle lisa taken a new and attractive form appears from a letter received by O K Buckhout a leading manufacturing chemist of Kalamazoo The lure is the promise or a 30 per ent share in a sum of money stated to be about 160000 The author of he letter represents himself to be a risoner who has hidden a vast sum f money in the secret bottom of a trunk He wants the preliminaries conducted by cable and informs his ybecarry out the deal The letter Is dated MadrM1September 19 and IsI 16 The form and contents of the letter Indicate that only men supposed to beIrich are being approached by these swindlers and the persistence of the operators who still seem to be in busI- ness at the end of several years leads the suspicion that they must find a considerable number of victims among oountryhe1905Respectblebankruptcy I beg you to help me re paperthatdouble bottom called a secret deIposited In a station of the Railroad Company of France MadridIntwo handboxes because In a secret of ne of them I have hidden a 40000 francs cheque paldly to the carrier and the railroad receipt Indispensable retire the trunk For to raise the embargo It Is necessary to pay 12973 pesetas nearly- ollars1950 for mulct and process You should have to do this payment because I have not money helpthehave to let you know that you will not pay anything till I give you before proves of what I say directlyInproposition put a cablegram to my canIfidence servant In this way Fomento29Segundsderecbalndrld Ill receive your message with sv and immediately Ill write to ou giving you more notices and Instruction to come at this city Recommending you to keep silence and waiting for your answer I remain yoursS Your answer by cablegram never y letter THE PRESIDENTIAL TRAIN Government Outlay for Travels of the Executive Is Suggested Congress to Decide Washington A new question relat ing to presidential expenses has arisen It refers especially to the railway transportation charges of the executive It has been disclosed that recently one of the lines Intimated when the president was about to make a trip that its tariff would be 50 a day The company It appears was Informed that there was no ap n to meet the account The Incident has caused suggestions o come presumably from railway sources that congress should appro- prIate funds to build and equp a complete train for presidential use and that a specific sum be set nude annually for the executives expenses travelingI connection It Is Pllre1Iyself foots the bill It Is understood he paid the expenses of his re ent hunting trip in the west The matter Is likely to come up when congress meets again AUCTIONING OLD COINS High Prices Are Realized at Sale In New York Collectors Club Highest Sale Is 6050 New YorkAlmost 900 sets of rare medals and paper money were old at auction by Thomas L Elder n the Collectors club They were the property of prominent New England New York New Jersey and Michigan collectors and brought about 6000 the highest single sale being for 6050 There was an especially fine assortment of American coins of the colonial and continental periods Collectors bid briskly for the Oak Tree shilling of 1652 and the Lord Baltimore shill ing of 1659 These are extremely rare A United States silver dollar of 1794 the first year of issue was sold for 6050In private Issues of gold a Mormon 5 piece went for the highest amount It was sold to a local collector for 1950 A 1 gold piece of 1864 brought 24 A Boston collector got a onecent piece of 1703 for just 450 times Its face value Buys Toys for Kids The czar now finds solace and recrea ion in the building of toys for his children This is a pleasant and harmless pastime Meanwhile there are in Russia many children whose fathers will never return to make toys for them It is hard for a man to stand on his dignity in a crowded street car When a boy is behaving himself what a contempt he has for the boy who Is not A FAMOUS REMEDY lenrtd MY cough with German Byrmjl lie wrote to Dr O G Green- MAU as trW Ml tell you doctor dear rnfeellt finer than ever lyc been I lIThe consumptive should sot be- thevictimof experiment as he often ia but the moment tajs disease manifests its presence bt should be Bo schees German Syiupapure nonalco holic medicine that jstnade for and has a worldconsumponc for catarrh colds croup sore throat and ill bronchial affections in old and young all civilized countries and 11CItisaoldin ajt a consumption cure foe almost a century CTrial bottle 250 Big bottte Me At all ggii llOUt ue world s ror i tea KC ktwoawg store I 1 h RICK IS A LOOEEE KUJLIONAIEZ WORKS BY DAY IN BIO FACTORY Robert H Pitcairn Although Pos sesced of Vast Wealth Is Modest in Great Glass Manufactory Just from Colleget Kokomo IndAmong the toilers at the Kokomo Plate company there Is a young man worth 1000000 In his own right and the heir to many millions more The man is RoborthH Pitcairn son of the late Pltcalrn of Plttsburg a multimillionaire and former president of the plate- sglass trust whose death occurred a few months ago Young Pitcairn resolved before his fathers death to learn the plateglass trade from bottom to top and he carItied out his resolve There are eight factories In the trust and he began his work In oned of the Pennsylvania plants The tlrst labor was with the boys throwing sand on the plates in Ihe grindingb sheds where he earned from to one dollar a day Then he went Into the furnace rooms carrying huge pots of molten glass to the casting hail the hottest and hardest work In the plant Next be served the grinding and polishing departments where the wages are fl80 to 240 a day In every room young Pitcairn has worked side by side with the other operatives wear ing overalls blouse and apron carry ing the dinner In a tin pall and getting his wages In the pay envelope every two weeks Pitcairn who Is 24 years old and just out of college entered the mirror beveling and bending department recently as a novice and when henmasters that he will have a practical knowledge of plateglass making fromt the sand and soda of the raw mateu rials to the finished plates and their general usecYoung Pitcairn Is a hard and faithfi ful worker following closely the orders of the bosses Just the same as theoother employes all of whom except himself are depending on their week ly wages to support themselves Pit- caIrn is unmarried Few if any oftthe hands suspect that the modest and meditative young man working by their side is one of the principal owners of all the plateglass factories in the United States embraced In tho trust WATER GIVES AN OIL CLEW RIch Find of Crude Petroleum Is Made Near GalenaExcitesment Over Find Galena There is much excite ment in Jo Daviess county over the discovery of crude petroleum near Ga lena The petroleum is found in theo river sands and soil and the presence of the liquid riches is revealed in the bubbling jets The oil was first dis covered in the southwestern part ofo the county on Mississippi river landsi adjoining Sand Prairie Clinton la and Savanna Ill pros pectors were the original finders and a corporation has been formed with a capital of 100000 which has for itst object the drilling for and refining of the oil and to place it upon the mar ketFor years fishermen In and about Savanna and Galena have suspected the presence of oil In the sands The bluish scum on the river In various 10I calities gave rise to the Idea but no steps were taken until recently toI ascertain whether or not there wasa oil In the sands and soil iu sufficient quantity to payIRecently a jet of oil was discov ered bubbling from the sand in the vicinity of Galena The substance was found to be crude petroleum andt the result was the organization of thot company to work the soil and sandss SUIT IS OFF PAIR TO WED Breach of Promise Suit Against Rich Pittsburg Woman to End In Marriage of LItigantsIt Plttsburg Pa W W Campoell of Kankln as aI loafer and a heavy drinker In ner answer to his 20000 claim for breach of promise of marriage Mrs Rose Breitenreiter a rich widow Is willing to marry him providing the suit is called off- More than that counsel Tn the case Bay she Is willing to pay Dr Campbell a certain sum as a further con lideration of his returning from thei role of prosecutor to that of fianceIThe payment of the sum and the explanation that she had to make a defense It is said are suiu dent to make Dr Campbell forget all about the loafer and hard drinker Incidents of the answer to his com plaintBoth are satisfied said one of the lawyers who are arranging the details of the settlement The only loser is the public which expected a sensa tional court story and will not get ItII never did refuse to marry Dr Campbell declares Mrs Breitenreiter So you see I havent changed my mind a bit Honor Weinerwursts Birth Residents of Sandusky 0 paid trlb ute to the Wienerwurst and its Inventor Johann lahner in the Calvary Episcopal church the congregation holding a public celebration It was called a centennial commemoration The Invitations stated that the meet Ing was for the purpose of doing hon or to the memory of Johann Lahner Inventor of that delectable morsel of food the frankfurter ALICE NEARLY CAUSES WAR Rival Island Rulers Narrowly Avoid Conflict Over Attentions Paid to Miss Roosevelt San Francisco CalA matchless pearl set in a ring worn by the sul tan of Sulu was presented to Miss Alice Roosevelt by the potentate at Malabang P I and he made the presentation because he thought be had been outdone in courtesy by a rival tribal ruler The sultan tore the ring from his finger and offered it to MUs Roosevelt Her refusal would have meant offense to the oriental monarch BO she gracefully accepted the gift Members of the Taft party who arrived here tell of the incident and add that the daughter of the president al most became the Innocent cause of a tribal war When the Taft party arrived at Malabang the sultan took great care that the party was proper ly entertained The tribesmen gave an exhibition of sports and games and the sultan was dressed for the occasion in a suit of American clothes In the evening he appeared in his full regalia and presented Miss Roosevelt with several splendidly embossed bolos spears and creeses Miss Roosevelt seemed very much pleased Theu came Jokanln a rival chief tain and with much ceremony offered a string of pearls as his gift The gift of Jokanln seemed to please Mils Roosevelt more than the spears antI bolos and she danced away to the pearls to her friends The sultan fairly snarled atcila rival and strode to Mfcw Roosevelt He made a low obeisance and ttirt offered the gold circlet that Me hat taken from his Sager Miss Rood velts walks Meiaed tetewh away bis rage for he eaat a 11linr glee jl M rtority at MM hftt4 JkalB I 1 rc NURSES FOR EVERY TOWN Young Women Will Be Given Free Training at Philadelphia TJn- rler Terms of Bequest- Philadelph1aYocng women from all parts Oi the Lulled States are to be given an opportunity to perfect themselves In the art of nursing the sick without cost to themselves under the erms by which a fund left to the Philadelphia Shoot for Nurses is to be administeredThe so bioad that It is hoped In time to reach every county in every tate In the union 1 he school whlcn as the funds hopes by Its use to bring about the presence oT trained nuises In every rural community so that the ick who now find n dlfllult to obtain competent aid n t me of necessity or who are compelled to send to the city for their nus s may tId hut hlch seek near at home Another object of the work Is to disseminate knowledge of the care of the sick In where there are no hospitals The young women who apply and who are chosen to receive the benefits f the fund will be provided with room oard nurses uniforms and all the refinements of a Christian home free of charge The course of study will take two years and at its close the graduates will be given railroad transportation to their homes In addition to regular nursing the young women will be given a knowledge of city msslon work college settlement labors anti deaconness train- Ing The school Is ten years old THE ACCIDENT CHAMPION Being Struck Three Times by Light ning Only an Incident in Henry Shafer s Unique Career Eldora laDeing struck by lighting three times won the title of The Nonconductor for Henry Shafer of his city This remarkably luckyor man has probably figured in more accidents and more narrow es- apes from death while peacefully lifes battles than any other man in the country This is his rec rd Rescued from drowning in Iowa river when six years old Struck by lightning three different Wounded maimed and left for dead in a mine cavein Fell through a trestle bridge break- Ing seven ribs Shot and blown 25 feet by the premature explosion of a cannon losing an eye an arm and two fingers Crushed under 540 pounds of clay breaking both legs and some more ribs Fell 25 feet down a cliff in Eldora tone quarry Thrown from a horse In a runaway and dragged 20 rods along a barbed wire fence Mr Shafer does not think ProvI- dence had much to do with his case ne way or the other but he Is thank ful to have escaped alive through so many dangers Aside from having only one arm and ne eye the man Is now In good phys cal condition ready for the next acci dent that comes his way TOWER WAS BUILT LEANING Brooklyn Professor Declares Famous Structure Was Not Work of an Accident Edinburgh Scotland Prof Good InIFor 35 years Prof Goodyear has been making photographic enlargements nd surveys of Italian Turkish and French churches They are destined for a home in Brooklyn It was in Pisa in 1870 that the professor began his investigations Anu here he demolishes an oldtime belief- hat the tower became a leaning ower through accident viz the- inking of the foundation He has made many measurements now for the conclusionI n assist in making his argument and his measurements show that the masonry of the lower or overhang side is much lighter than on theling This especially is marked In weightIness given to It by making the roof of the stair proportionately higher than on tho other side INose Cause of Deafness McKenzie of Welling ton New Zealand reports the case of healthy man who came to him be cause of deafness following an opera Lion on his nose Examination re vealed the fact that both nostrils had grown together The man was chlo roformed the nostrils reopened with the knife and prevented from growing together again by placing in each a little cylinder of celluloid prepared from a photographic film Two weeks after the operation hearing was great ly improved and eventually almost completely restored Want Hero Medals for Navy One of the recommendations which President Roosevelt will make to con gress is a bill providing for medals of honor for distinguished service and special acts of valor for the navy and the marine corps He will argue that the officers and men of that branch of the service Should be treated upon an equal ground with those of the army and that they equally merit the same emblem of recognition of Individual achievement For this reason he will probably recommend the adoption of one medal for army navy and marine corps alike tor Sale Six male hogs and six silts extra good Poland China weight about 100 pounds For further particulars call on or address- G J WHITE SON jrtll tt Richmond Ky eoai O when the cold weather comes and soon will be the burning question all over town But t neednt bother Ole if you will t us fill jour order with Be ISVsV SeXVXeo aI Bt O e08 at the low prices that are now pre vailing We are also headquarters for K Twwba Salt Plaster Cement Lime aud Feed of all Made Letck ail Witt Otioe awl Yard tr U Depot o CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animalvitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line twofastRiverSpecial line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and September to make the trip at a minimum of expense SanFranciscoberth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 7oo via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY i0V414 touinille t1tic R i1ro Q DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND Vi VerslllesLawnceburglSbel 5 ftrom I 3and Cincinnati pnior Irvine und Beattyville 630 or Irvine and Ueattyville 1205 p m TR tINS ARRIVE RICHMOND prom Louisville Lexington and ll5amCincinnati enGr m rom Meattyvilie and Irvine 30 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 735pm un SMITH 0 FPAVe- rsailles Kv nj Wo lnms OtflceGiyndon tHotel IMimnnfl L1 I N1 Tim Tails Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox LT 1245 p m vllle Excess south bound 1255 pm No 2 Knoxville Clnnatl IM p m Express north bound 200 pm No 4 Knoxville Clnn H 405 am Express north bound 410am No Knoxville CInnati tM P m Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya 610 a m villa Accm north bound C10 am No 11 Stanford and Slays 720 P m ville Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernou Accm south bound 915am No 29 Cynthiana and 941 am Stanford expo south 1150 pm 350 p m No 30 north bound 3sO p m FnoUort k Cincinnati Rafaj The Midland Route LOCAL TlM TAIILE KY CKNTRALR R POINTS 200Pj6211itL Franktort 25a720p Georgetown AIU 10 n 625p a 25 p 7 a A Paris- Winchester a5 42 p 6 p 112 sA t9 2 45 p 41 9 aA Maysville 45 a p lOOp 8 Cjnthlana LI5 52p7 20 IS S A Richmond Ma 55 p nOOplOSlalA Cincinnati 255p GEO D HARPER 0 W HAYS Pres and Gen Supt 0 P RE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands a Ro- WePublic Sale- S Having sold my farm I will soil nt Public Sale to the highest and best bid der my- Stock Crop and Farm ing Implements ON Thurd y Irttte 25 19Q5- at 10 oclock A Mon the premises at Paint Lick Garimd County Kj which consists of the following towit I Cows and Calves 2 twoymroldH- eifersiGYearlinir Heifers Yearling Bull 30 Hop 1 extra Saddle Horse 2 Saddle Colts 3 Brood Marts 4 threeyearold Mules broke 3 twoyear old lit nils broke 15 Year HI Mules extra good Mule Colt 1 Jack15 Immi83 inches extra good extra Saddle Stallion Farming Im consisting of two Watrous tile Binder Mowers Cultivators Plows and Plow Gear Hay Rakes one Carriage about 350 barrels of Corn and about 10 tons of Baled Hay Mr R W Walker will offer at the tame time and place 14 head of Regis ered Shorthorn Cattle three males md eleven females from the herd of J G RQbsllJ Sons of Horace Indiana TERMS made known on day of sale JOHN B PAKKES Loso Tour CIIKNAULT Auct Farm For Sale Ky farm of 200 acres in Estill county on the Kentucky River 3J miles north ast cf Colle2e Hill this county Kehool house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue grass clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never failing springs cud a No 1 well iu the yard Apply for terms to r R G Ehgle Richmond Ky flee Chickens For sale- I have for Balesome extra nice full boodeJ Whitman strain Single Comb Brown Leghorns cockrells and pnlletB which can be had until tile supply is exhausted coekrella 00 and pullets 75 cents Also a few purebred Franks Barred Plymouth Rock Cockielta f100 each For farther particulars call w or address MM CLARK Rwx- ft F D Se 3 KkkHMMMl Ky ot n W B KNISKERN P T M C NW Ry Chicago In Please mail free to my address California booklets maps and full particulars concerning rates and train service EVERYDAY From SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 LOW RATESMo- ntana TO Idaho Washington Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY The Comfortable Way Excellent opportunities to make a homo of your own or to engage In any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES From St Paul TO Minneapolis andlt From Duluth Chicago HInsdale Mont 1800 2800 Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena Kalispell Whitefish and intermediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Wenatchee Wash Ferni- eR c Kootenai points Spokane and intermediate points 2250 3050 Seattle Everett and Puget Sound points 2500 3300 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US FREE We vill send you absolutely free illustrated descriptive bulletin of Minnesota North Dakota Mont a or Washington Name the one want Gives you complete in formation about the opportunities and resources of these stats For further information address Passenger Traffic Department Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J COSTE- LLOReduced Genl Immigration Agent Genl Industrial Agent 220 S Clark St Chicago St Paul Minn Rates Coming OneWay Colonist Rates to CaliforniaWashington Montana Wyoming Nevada Utah I I I I LOWEST EVER MADE Tickets on Sale September J 5TO October 3 J Complete your Plans Now Write for Illustrated Booklets and Folders GEO H LfcE HI rcGUIREIGen Pass Agt I Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 I 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 ho rjKa proveto J2i4 CrH and Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy WI Price 50 cents delivery charges prepaid tI1FarmerstLexington Kentucky TYR K E Y S ri iii i Some people bav a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buv That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every deIpartment C R HigginsTelephone 232 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OIT I81905I KentllikvH q uir Inn aiqt al Seathern points bat been lifted The Kentucky syned of the Southeri Presbyterian Church is in session it Iwfevilte this weekIrA natural gas company has been in corporate at Lexington Gas will b trpIThe Young Womans Mfssionary Circle of the CJirislinn Church will holt its AmwMl Bazaar Dee iCth the octlS2t faICiderpreacher of Louisville is conducting ti protracted mealing at tlT Christian Ciorch in Xionotasville ing ce HOB J Campbell Cantrill o Georgetown spoke to a large and ape predative crowd at the court house Ince Nieholasvi He on MondRym Saturday was payday for public j h school teachers and all pedagogues m wore a happy expression The per capita for Madison was SIlOIChas C Moore was and editor of the Bluegrass Blade at Ijexington is critically ill and little hope is maintained for his rf covers The American IMln hat a right toWI clack and cackle The past year with her eec ad her chickens shein produced 23 000 000 of the wealth tbe countrythMrs M F Arbuckles B P Rocks are still the best Pullets all sold30yr cockerel at from 100 to StX enchwi Address Silver Creek Kentuckywi H It hon 34 Kirksvillege The Lexinstoa Loader on Sunday contained a line ikenetf Hon Brutus J Clay oi this city now Minister to switzerland with a three column writeop by Margaret B Downing Conffgn your cattU sheep and Harris Conner ho to Kabenslein Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receive highest market price ee 0514 lIDW fc XOHKIS In this issue of the Climax Mr Hf W Turner the wp to date dry good wti man y offering the buying publii Born exceptionnl bargains It is Mr Turn4s inte ition to cloe out hjt mammoth stock Of goods at the tarftI est potable date as he has made at raupmeuts toO to NOw York Cit the IIrt of the year If you are it need of anything carried hyn firstclasf ts dry toivte njerchawt yoti will profit bj in reading the advertisement of Mr TurI ner anti tanking your purchases at Itiu store Remember everything is to btse sold at sacrifice prices Polite anduu conrtoeos treatment and bargains foda everybody leFSeWe are indebted to Mr W L 10U1 Kinney lor some extra fine weet potaIta tow which are almost as large as aImans heuIisshy Sdwei CtBTtntisa The Sunday School Convention ot th Koones Creek Baptist Assoeiatiot will he held at Union Baptist Church Satnrdav and Sunday October 2S and Am interesting ram has beenie arraoedIIlaM Watt The cot weather of the sinsonyo struck here last Wednesday tempmtore went down to about 16 desrr s A heavy frost fell and a thitII coat of tea formed where water waf j gtaadin WWte rlynroth xnice White Plymouth laRockThee chickens are direct from Fishel e stock who woo seventeen premiums al thOil St fxMiis Worl 8 Fair- E at taU price A good hatch guaranteedMAIHSOX Pouur RV FABM Kingston Ky it S E Soon Prop 0 D MILLER Hgr SVhat Kestnekr Wants on Koatik State Development Con vMHioti d eide I that KeMwcky wanes AH avrftkiae to the commercial pirii and e tersy of the ale s UepemleHee on past honor foi fntMra glory A fliirit J ImmigniinH and Tutor matioM uMWied a Kill Island A iwtiiKMt it Slat Fur- M a f lfa A tier srtm of taxation jfl1jIU4Fa ins rv vision f the tax lawsand a cbaugtI i H ate U lustitation A ttl fOTPIt UIllU6f regulation of railroad taxes Cart of Thacts We take this method of expresnnp oar thanks tothe members and friendt oitb Methodist Church in Richmond for the kindly manner in which tlie have received us 01 our arrival at thnpnrsonnge we found that kind friends had preceddd na and left just such thiiw as make glad the hearts of profilers anti their families While these things are valuable within themselves they bepak something wbichI is of greater importance to a new pate ter viz generous hearts whom hope to be able to minister unto in spiritual things We are thankful for the donations for other tokens of good wIll and pray that the God of all grace ot love tomay bless us in our labors 5getherand tbe salvation of sinners Sincerely yours- F M HILL AND WIFE LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP To ToiEU In tie ffnt anl S atbw tt OcUtr 3d ani ITlh Serenltr 7UtIui flit Deerakrith and VIA MISSOURI PACIFIMRQN MOUNTAIN SYSTEM Tickets twar liberal limit and stop over rfrtleleB eordtng an fxcellent opOUUdtY to Tis the territory bat attention Is now the of the botnesceter and Investor For descriptive llteratoro and further Infer nuiloa address II C TOWSSESD G P and TA Br Locis Mo- A A GAiicnEB D P A 410 Walnut Street- Cincinnati Ohio Noted Lecturer willdeJhert hi C unit Opera How e tIiiirr vnitK November Oil io Uowdeii of Kansas City who bar visited 311 s J S Crntcher here wilt sing Her splendid voice has beei heard here This lecture together with the musical feature will be qui e i eat Mr Kimbel is one of the mop notwl scientists in this country and lus looming to Richmond is hailed will eat delight by all interested Bonptr Year In Uofs The monthly crop report issued b Cunllniisjenerof Agu September weather was gonerahII vorable forhousing tobacco and pre paring land fir wheat seeding averap icrengp being sown 9S per cent fall oil in arreage winter oatsST pent and rye 90 The corn crop it reported as a bumper yearIM pent burley tobacco Tuld 104 pn nt dark tobacco yield SI per cent eadows 97 Cattle being fed S9 yIeldilletBerea Cast Postponed John G Carlisle of New York who to have reached Frankfort anc appear in argument before the Court 01 Appeals in the Berea College case last Friday sent a telegram stating bt ould be unable to appear and asked r StponmoflL Mr Chas Morris att g forAttorney General Hays who is Washington assented to a pospon dayheNovember The case lit not only o shohneralcror HKnesttkers Cheapest rates yetless than one pointEin i Cairo and Cotton Belt Route Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and Ii- Xo7 and 21 Dec 5 and 19 Finest time to visit the Southwest the crops and locate a home Write for literature jL0 j E W LABEAUME G P T A Louis Mo- Cotum Belt Route Strand Cre- pJfr R C H Oovlngton informed rRmax reporter a few days ago tha had experienced something unnsua the gardening line Early in tho- trillk he planted radishes which grev d in time some went to seed Thes ed fell to the ground and later germtated and a Aecond crop 01 radishet me on Mr Covincton says the rad lihes are far more palatable than tIlst crop not being possessed with s r nch peth and are of a sweeter tasteois not often we hear of home growl this time of year whets thtIflSt is on the pumpkin and the fnrlrla i in the shock Rapid Rise of a Yonoe RailroaiS Man The uidvertisinghe Henderson Route to the fine posi of Traveling Passenger Agent o e same company is anuther iuttanctd the recognition of true worth jroper reward Col Gallagher is yet a ung man and is now assuming thehtnportant role that used to be c e field of men twice his age But ie famous Henderson Route which as the best and most direct route run Louisville to St Louis rather han lose this valuable servant and mpulnr official has elevated Col Gal gher to the post named This is the sult of patient and conscientious at ention to duties most arduous but im KHtant and it is here predicted with jonfideuce that Col Gallagher will finds urther usefulness for his splendid talc nts in fields yet more extensive ana a salary more commensurate witL as superb talents acd popularity Death cf Jodfe James R Bnrnam ExCounty Judge James R Bnrnam tied in this city Monday morning ace bout fifty years HIs burial took place yesterday in the Richmond cern attended by a large concourse ol efatives and friends Deceased had Men in declining health for years and though frequently seen upon our streete tp to within a comparatively short line prior to Ida death it was sadlj iipnrent to all that he was rapidly ailing in health Judge Bnrnam leave widow formerly Miss Lula Gay istivu of Clark county to whom tbe empathy of all gqes out in fulles neasnre Judge Burnam JtMcord in privatetid publiC llfr iii i orrnptibility generosity and chivul y rfe had no enemies though be was lie antithesis of a demagogue or bypo rite His career in public life em braced election to the office of Repre entative in tbe Legislature at tht enrliest legal age and also that oi Demvber of his name to be a Democrat his father the Hon Cl F Burtiam and all of his people being staunch Republicans The passing of this brilliant and beloved man leaves a void in our com mnuity which time shall not soon fill Peace to lila ashes Bowling Green Ky June 121901 OrE W Hall St Louis Mo Sir We have been selling your Texa Wonder Halls Great Discovery for two year and can recommend it to an one buffering with any kipney trtmble as being the best remedy we have ever sold Yours trul- ywoluRR1sC0 ATexas Wonder bottle of the Texas Won iider5kidneygravel cures and lame backs rheuma 3tismneys and bladder in men an women regulates bladder troubles in If not sold by ymr drugsist 1willOne small bottle is two uient and seldom fails to perfect B cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole maui Obox G29 St Louis Mo ItSenddrulfldritJt j t c 4- ii tt + ml i vET Corduroy Pants Fey stores in Kentucky carry as large stock of Cordu roys or give such values as we Cant get them too gojd for Madison county trade Easy to find your size in our big assortment Try our Corduroys 150 2 250 3 350 4 1 Big bargains in Corduroy Suits 500 and up v ilJnCOVINGTON A Gigantic EnterpriseI OF GKEATHtAD EAKING ROME AfTER A TRAMP Of SEVEN TrEARi THROUGH pin CAN DA EUROPE RUSSIA CHINA AND JAr AN Vi- A celebrated character will arrive in tichinond about Wednesday Oct 18 rofessor Greatbead who started from Vancouver B C in 1S9S to circle the th- obe in ten Yetrs with the object ofo riting a book about his experience in reign countries is now on his way to an Francisco acd will pass throughth lls city and probably lecture Ihihtr ere So far the Professor who is ago raduate of Ghent University Bel le jium has succeeded in his gigantic w nterprise as he has already covered a te- sttnee of over 40000 miles on foot- rough foreign lands As proof of hi ona fides he has bo Jks which contain official seal of every place he has aited also the autograph of some aun hority there The Professor has allOt of excellent testimonials fromto e various Superintendents of schools w here he has lectured on his experi uces etc Prof Greatbead is a tallsi xiwerfullv built man neatly 40 yearE fageand tips th scalep at 210 pounds iho object of this long journey is ofa ourse the book which he intends writing and which is already disposed f to a firm of publishers for 50000re Court Day Dinner thThem give a court day dinner at the va nt store room on Main street re ently occupied by the Frasa Bros Good dinner at a reasonable priceIOCllSSt Eat Plenty of Almonls tiAccordingtort blanched almonds give the higher ere or brain and muscle food and whoever wishes to keep her brain power ap would do well to include them in i rjdaily billoffare Juicy fruits give lie same in less proportfon and are aten by all those whose living depends n their clearheadedness Applessup ily the brain with rest Prunes afford proof against nervonsnessbnt are not musclafeedin Theyahouldbeavoided oy those who suffer from tbe liver Rut it has been proven that fruits do iot hare the same effect upon every ly Some people have never been e to eat apples without suffering the nuny indigestion to others straw berries are like poisonEx Why Not Try the Country The following interview in the Cour lerJournal with the manager of an employment agency shows tendency 01e those seeking work to turn down good places in the country for harder andI inferior oneil that have the sole recom mendation of being in the city Stenographers bank crtq andrro fessional or semiprofess onal men ol every kind are a glut on e market hut the honest and reliable man wh is willing to take work on a farm canllotI be found said the manager of a local- r employment agency yesterday after noon He has been conducting air eiii nloyment bureau in Louisville for fOr tf five year and is not at all pleased iih the present conditions Any honeet wellmeaningonan or oman race color and bre4ini notwithstanding said he come to me and asks for work can get it It may not be at is high a wage as thy expect but it will be honest and re spectable Koone with good referetjces wilt be I send away inatjr people every day because they eatinG substantiate the Rood character they profess to have but I have bad appli cations lor good and reliable men on my books for months and cannot fill them JEvervojie nowadays is looking for an easy berth a place where they can get heir money and get it with tbe minimum of labor In preference to a ulKceon a farm where the surroundiisiw are healthful many men will take work in proggeries in fact in place s wfiere they are not as well off by any means aa in a on a farm Alto gether unfit for commanding they reo fuse to acc Ipt subordinate ones 1 Little Love Stories Last Wednesday Judge N B Tur oc who is an expert in tying nuptialfic uots performed the feat bridge Murphy and Miss Relda stlncentMrR bt Miller of Missouri and estly 1hcuntdeeprclockMiss a cbarmincn vitungseeious young man and an allround od fellow The happy couple will Cillnd ratuJationswiThe marriage of Mr J Clair Bush yedaymajority of their friends as no intimlro of theirsecret bad been made eves the brides parents The marriage ok place at Rev G W Shepherds ho performed the ceremony tbe only fir- tendants being Miss Gussie Bushm ster to tbe groom and Mr William th vans The groom is the only son den rand Mrs Joe Bush His bride isw daugnter cf Mr and Jire J W Barnett is Both young people are we I fail known here where they have always sided They left immediately afur the ceremony for a trip after which ey will return to Richmond to reside WELCOME Born to Mr and Mrs Milo Shank Washington D C on Thursdayfo September 28 1905 a boy Lee Roscoe This is the second cir both being boysmMr anti Mrs Thomas C Turpin are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine daughter at their home last Wednes day night Miss Margaret Smith Turce pin is the name ol the new cornerw Congratulations and good wishes are being showered upon Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstcad for their little daughter who was born last Wednt s ay at the home of her happy grand parents Mr and Mrs Lyman Parrish 4 DEAThtELKIN Robert Elkin age about 87 died Saturday last and was buried at mead Deceased was the father of Mrs Minerva Barne of Silver Creek He was a well known farmer and highly respected PEAKnos The fiveyeaaold child ol Mr and Mrs James Pearson of this died Sunday night of diphtheria The bereaved parents have the sympa thy of the entire communityc LYNN Friends here were much grieved to learn last week of the death of Dr Aathur Lynn which occurred in Baltimore after a surgical operation for tuberculosis Dr Lynn attendee school here and graduated frm Old Central University He was also a graduate of the Louisville Hospital College of Bjedicine and finally located in South Carolina where he built up a splendid practice LITTLE Mrs Lucinda M Little died Saturday October 14th at lie I home in till county near Irvine She was 70 years of age at the time of her death Mrs Little leaves five children to mourn her loss besides one brother and a sister Mr Frank Lijwas noted for htr Christian virtues and hUll a Urge following of friends who mourn her demise She had been itSChurch for the past sixty yea itmiiy Closing Law TheCity Attorney haa been instructed to enfiCTce the law regarding the Sun day closing ol all barber shops in the utcityinto effect October lfth 4L Ii 1- f The Kenton label is a friendly guide post that points straight to the finest and best in readytowear clothing No cheap garments are ever found on the Kenton high way Nothing but the most desirable materialcarefully handmade by skilled tailors is good enough for the man who looks for this goal of excellence Kenton In allour clothing experience we have never found finer clothing than the Kenton brand In fact we think it super ior to all others in fit style andshaperetaining and long wearing quality- A most attractive display of fall and winter Suits Overcoats and Raincoats invite your inspection Kenton SuitsI5 to 2250Overcoats 1250 TO 25 Other dependable Suits and Overcoats 5 650 750 8 10 IZ50 Warm UndervearLikely to need it any day Large stock of good things here to choose from Cotton Fleece Wool Fleece Silk Plush Derby Ribbed Wrights Health Nonshrinkable Wools as low as 25 cents a garment or as fine as 300 a suit A special value at 75 cents a suit sold every where at 5100 Our SILK PLUSH is the most luxurious underwear made soft as eiderdown yet warm as wool IOnlock in the afternoon a meeting willi held for tbe especial benefit and n ation of the membership Song prayer and preaching service will con tute the program It is very earn 0 desired that every member who ssubly can shall attend this service e paktor Elder W B Blakemore wil- llivera suitable address and will also each on Sundav following at 11 a matd 7 p m Fverybody cordially in ed to attend each and all of these the rviceeplWarring to fuClltssp coAttentionrehapterw entitled Education wihichtween the ages of seven and fourteen ars shall attend the common schoolth their district not less than eight Ye weeks during each year unless excused for certain reasons men tioned in the A of not thssst offense and not less than 10 nor tr than the isRI daeortith this section A similar penaltyw also provided for the to perform their duties in this re 2sard The law makes It the duty of the be courts and county attorney to see that this law is enforcedUICedlinUob Notes for The flretmeeting of the Cecilian Club was held last Wednesday afternoon of ith Mrs G W Pickels the president r the ensuing year This club is Richmonds only musical organization is composed of about twenty five embers In the past much interest has been manifested in the work and Wednesdays meeting save grounds for he prophecy that much deeper intei t would be shown during the coming inter Tbe Program Committee was n ligbly complimented the splendid programs for the year which if adhered o will be a source of great benefit to tho members The president in a few Ken chosen words welcomed the club nd visitors back into line of work and = fore taking up the subject for the af mentioned that shehad named four special committees to carryon the business part of the Club An enter tainment committee composed of Mrs W tj Oldham chairman Miss Laura Bright ann Mrs M C Kellogp a prest committee Mrs Hugh McLellon chair man Mrs A D Miller and Miss Helen Bnnett a library committee Mrs B L Middleton chairman Mrs T J Smith Miss Katherine Walker and finance committee Mrs Neale Bennett chairman Mrs 14P Evans and Mrs R Buruam This concluded the business part o tbe meeting and Mrs Pickels intro duced Faust as tbe subject for tbe even inC with a little description of its com poser Council and its foundation upon Goethes famous poem Mrs M C Kellog whose brilliant playing always pleases the club rendered the complete Overture of Faust as arranged by Sid ney Smith The beautiful flower sons was given by Miss Laura Bright and the waltz song by Mrs Only one paper was OldhamIprepared by Mrs R 1andled bv Mrs T J Smith A delicious lunch was served at tbe close of the program Besides the club members the following guests were present Meedame Pant Collins of Taoroa Washington II E Tnrley arid H L Perry Miss Entbcr Burnam and guest Mis Thomas Halt ot Frank fort and Misses Cargyle and Heinpbill cf Madison Institute The next meeting will be held October 25th with Miss Hen Bennett at which time martial muiiie will be dis cussed aad played ir RentIfarm for 150 acres of laud good house out luildings etc 30 acres to go in corn rat tibacco 15 acres already in whei t nd rest in grass For particulars fee that MINERVA BARNES JtlS3t Richmond Ky A Good Monday night the Showl fast lompany began a the Grand Opera House One of the- nlargest crowds almost in the history of house erected the company and the ay was far superior in many re for ecta to those played by highpricod yumpaniespertoire companies that ever visited e city and everybody was well plensun th the performance In patronizing is company you make no mistake ySa will witness a firstclass pay ai on e lowast possible price- aTobacco Growers Attention Hon H B Kinsolving will addrcob e Burley Tobacco Growers loichmondy afternoon explaining the plan 01r anizaiou with a view to organizingm is countys growers Mr ill take subscriptions to stock fort which Madison cou nty was apportioned 500 Some local bank cashier will chosen treasurer Let all tobacco en be on hand in I leatn the plans fore promotion of this great organization tbe advancement of tbe price 01 to bacco He comes with full credential tbe President and directors of the company who have been asked by Madison tobacco men to send a good man here to explain matters Did la California Last Friday at noon a telegram wat received by relatives at Danville an nunncing the death ot Brigadier GPII eral J W Jacobs at Los Gatos Cs f r a where he has resided since his re tirement in June 1904 General Jacobs was well and favorably kniwn through out the State When he was but eighteen years of age and a member oi tbe Sophomore class of Centre College he enlisted as a private in tbe 4th Ken tucky Infantry at the outbreak of tin Civil War He became a Lieutenant and Captain of Company from Boyle county tefo ehe was twenty one years of age His first battle was Milt Springs The second was Perryville- He was at Snilo Chickamauga and lei liU company in the cllRl1le up Mis ion ry Rdge He was actively engaged through the four years of the Civil War serving with the army oi the Cumberland When the regiment was mustered out of the service in 1S65 he had become one of its field officers iavine been commissioned Major of the 4tb Kentucky Alter being out of military sprvice about a year be was commissioned by the President as a Second Lieutenant in the Regular Army and was sent West ffr Indian service For ten ye ra from 1S69 to 1879 he served in Montana During that period Col Jacobs was ordered out three times on Indian campaigns once in 1872 under Cot Baker then in the terrible Suux compalgn in 1876 when Gen Custer and the famous 7th Cavalry were wiped tint of existence and then in the Nez Forces campaign of tbe following 5 ear 1877 Col Jacobs who at that time was a First Lieutenant in the 7th Infantry was probably the first white man on the Caster battlefield after the massa cre Owing to his health which was geat ly impaired during the uban cam paign and at his own request he was retired in June 19M with the rank o Brigadier General General Jacobs IB survived by his wife and three children who have tbeI heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends ia thiberoaveeM Boots and Shoes forfallnewest styles in fine dress shoesHanan WalkOver Bilt well Beacon and other leading brands 200 to 600 Bootees Lace Boots Hightop Shoes iandThe New Train a Great Convenience After about four weeks trial the new passenger train to and from Star rd has proven such a great success it Is rumored the L N will ulti mately extend the service from Stanford clear on through to Cincinnati Cynthiana now being the terminu It should be remembered that this train now arrives here from Cyn thiana at 930 am lying over until 1250 to receive passengers from Cincin ati Paris Winchester etc and departs at 1255p mo daily except Sunday Rowland with close connection there a 210 for Lebanon and Louis le Returning this train leaves Row land at 218 p m stopping at Hyatte villp Lancaster Paint Lick Silver Creek and all other way stations ar riinj tRichmond at345 p m going to Winchester Iaris and Cvntlnana Capt Price the genial conductor aid Uncle Billie Rice the well known iggage master with their colaborers ow spend their nights at Cynthiana ut they cannot repress a smile when one suggests to them the possibility ere ngof making Cincinnati their nightly in which event Richmond all way stations will be afforded a ost euiui venlent and attractive addition the present passenger schedule be tween Rowland and Cincinnati An Indiana editor printed the follow ing The fellow who it courting a certain married woman would better leave town as the husband is on to him The paper had not been out long before every man in town left except three old cripples and a man who did not read the paper BANKS The Court of Appeals in construing the duties of a guardian held that they were as broad as a parents and that thrre was nothing in the statutes re quiring that the annual expensesol the ward be kept within the annurl income Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on Tuesday October 31st 1905 premisesmiles from Richmond the following JentltfamilvQets of bnegy harness 2 brood mars 1 2 year old colt 1 weanling colt 1 3yearold filly a nice team of carriage mares stricly good 3 rood milk cows some ctlve about 50 hogs Chester white Iud Berkshire boar 2 Short horn cow 2 heifers and bnll calf large enough for service These cattle are wagonshiarrosschine uuidall kind of pear all farming ueiiFils found on a farm 1Uggy car riage uckboard surrey and phaeton a lot of corn and foddorand some baled hay As I am leaving the State all of mv luttsehold and kitchen furniture will be sold several handsome carpet 1 rosewood bed with canopy and ward robe to match several handsome bed room sets dining room furniture sideboards bookcases china closet extension table chairsa nice range and all necessary stove vesels several feather beds nd bed clothing and lots of tli ns You numerous to mention raphINEWLAND JONES LONG Tot CiiEXArLT Auct olStil Public Sale OK City Property The undersigned as Executor Margaret P White deceased wilt on Saturday Oct 21 05 prfmispslate residence of said decedent located Main street in Richmond Kv be tween the residence properties of Sons tor James B McCreary and Waller Bennett The aid lot fronts both on Slain adNorth streets has a large and commo dious brick residence a large stable and other improvements and is one o the most desirable residences in th city TERMS The property will be sold upon the following terms viz One third J cash Dec the SOtb 1905 onethird J on July the Is 1906 and onethird J Dec the 80ih 1906 posesskm to be given January let 1906 The purchaser will be required to execute notes with good security pays interestfromJ ASULLIXAN It Exec M P White deed Strayed or Strien Bay mare about Syearsold bobtail cracked hoot on one fore foot Liberal reward for information leading to recovery Reuben Smith- R F D No1 sept272t Richmond Kr lli 7Iffimm 7A7I7IF 7I i WEAR MADEtoMEAFURE CLOTHS 1 AND BE THOROUGHLY SATISFIED 7Q It costs but a trifle more than to wear tif good readymade clothes and the added satisfaction is well worth the slight ex tra expense JTo open the Autumn season we are showing an elaborate assortment of r s splendid worsteds cheviots thibets 1 tweeds etc of most exclusive patterns and effects and handsome fashion plates of the new Autumn and Winter styles specially designed by the smart New Yorkcustom tailors BSTERNSON EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS ffiNEW YORK whom we represent here After you make a selection we will take your measure and B Stern Son willmake a I for you clothes of which any man might be proud and you will find our price less than you would have to pay any other good tailor for equal fabrics and lliworkmanship Bear in mind that every garment will be made strictly to your ale individual measure cut according to any fashion you may select and finished jjje exactly as you desire Theres no hit or miss about it everything will be ale precisely as you want it Whether or not you care to give us an order well take pleasure in showing m ryou our new fashions and fabrics RICEand ARNOLD ffi rl mTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE 1l1 7II= I t w wJeJLiJiE1 WE ARE CA PREPAREDI El- F3I r II IiIIJ XeT iXiXe Ie +++ CALL ATM + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS8SSSSSJ Phone 3 Second St A FAMILIAR FACET- hellkencssoIDRVVB Cut ELL apt an on eTerypaclsaeooI Dr Galdwelis flWfl SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour Stomach Headaches and FeverS Caused by Dowel and Stomach disorders Every genuine package is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Thomas Thin H Breck Fire Life and acci dant Insurance sepl2H There is nothing likesyGOOD FLOURh Every housewife every cook knows that Good eafres RoflsdBisCultslycannot be made mill turns out the very best that can be hado Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Paten Natural Produe Belle of Madisont Elliston NUll CO WACO KENTUCKY 3 r C4ac G Froin Parlor to Kitchen t Furniture Carpets Stovesj 1 t You need something new in the par 14u1 You need lied Room Suits Be samlwiBedding Mattresses Couches C Gliairs Carpets Safes Tables CookinghStoves Floor Oil Cloth or some othersjf liowsalwjUl necessity not mentioned = here We have them call and us eatwI Jisfllction guaranteed in both price and t j Juman d JginstMain street opposite Hotel GlyndoncRichmond Kyt7cI p winter time is coming Dont let the cold weather catch you without a good Heater TightWheneook Stoveerxmihc our Regal Queen We are are agents for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Drills Repairingclass hardware store Q lie TAYLOR iiMessrs Suit Bratton t frthepolite andenergetic t yproprietors of the 6 I f b I Racket Store 2 vtare now showing some ofof the tthandsomest China ever brought to Af1tt8fr Genuine Cut Glass fr 1Thefr general stockcomprises ev A- 4iit i erything of use to a housekeper jj Remememberthe Racket Store when ttin need of beautiful Queensware and j f jutb4 t i1O50pA good fa- itIoii with this fir q f tu SYNDICATE ETHICS AUTHORITY OF THE MANAGEBS IS ABSOLUTE Subscribers Are Expected to Come In Without Exercising Any Per sonal Choice in the Matter Most things related to finance that comes out lu the course of a public Inves tigation are already old to Wall street and the only interest the stock market community has in them Is to determine the effect their airing is likely to have upon public sentiment In the Insurance investigation that Is now going on how ever facts have been brought out con cerning syndicate operations which are of lively Interest to many Wall street people The workings of a IB Jern Wall street ndicate are enveloped In a kind of ystery which even the subscribers are sometimes unable to renerate An Inex- perIenced subscriber who becomes anx us or Impatient ccrsults another whoa had more to do with such things and he Is told the ethics of the case forbid him to do this and to do that lie must t still and have faith It is bad form r an outside subscriber even to Inquire irectly what Is being done by the syn The authority of the syndicate anagers is absolute and they are like to resent such inquiries Not long ago a stork exchange firm advertised that It would buy at a dis syndIcateeral years The subscribers believed that the operations of the syndicate had been profitable but they had teen unable to get any accounting from tile managers and knew not when to expect a division of the profits if any had ac rued Thus they were in no position sUbscrlp110mdiscount and it has always been sup posed that a little clique of insiders knowing that the syndicate had been profitable withheld this Information while trying to buy up the subscriptions of others A point which has not yet been brought out anywhere is that firms and partlclpatecannot discriminate between promising and unpromising syndicates without be- Ing excluded altogether In the future Syndicateentele of subscribers and these subscribers must take part once in awhile in an unpromising deal else they will be cut off the list and will not be asked to participate In the more profitable ones hat may come later A subscriber who as participated in several profitable syndicates gets word that he has been put down for so much in anotherone or he may be called up and asked not he will take any biitjiow much be will take and he carot refuse in either case to come In for the more unpromising the thing lot h the more anx lous managers are to har him come In nd if he refuses he will rot be asked to participate In more profitable things afterward Shrewd managers some have a way of holdi rr an inferior proposition back until sfveral syndl under their dlrcctioL have turned o fu ftlscribers to other syndicates with their profits stUl fresh cannot well refuse to t pTthear a man say that he is hungup with sehatfoturnat the beginning but be couldnt refuse to take what had been allotted tohimth atRichKorea has filled Its pocketbook with the fruit thnavalArthur and Chemulpo there has been a remarkable feeling of security in tbe- hermit thwaymeats to trade forced results whics duringpeaceforces created an easy market for the excellent crops of cereals without the trouble and expense of foreign transportation Natve labor was employed on a large scale in connection with the movement of troops and railroad construction so that lsyenand never before has the average Korean had so much to spend or spent livinghoweyernative and foreign population from 50 to 100 per cent- New Metal Tantalum is a metal creation of Werner von Bolton and is not only ductile but in a marvelous manner becomes extremely bird after hammering A sheet of tantalum one millimeter thick was drilled with a diamond drill make ing 5000 revolutions per minute for 72 hours and was then found to havo a depression of about onequarter of a millimeter the drill being much wprn It is as useful in electric glow lamps as carbon while the eectrical energy consumed is less than half It is not attacked by aqueous solutions of the alkaloids and by only one acid hydrofluoric whose action upon it is extremely slow Because of its strength and hardness tantalum and its alloys it is hoped will be used in making engineers machine tools How He Won Her Yes simpered the young girl Im following in mothers footsteps And responded the young man falling to obliterate the impressions of even her tiny feet Now the cards are out Louisville CourierJournal A TERRIBLE MISTAKEe Children Ate Corrosive Sublimate In stead of Sugar balodren of Jason Comett a erinarlanwere killed by swallowing corrosive sublimate The children thinking It was sugar ate a large quantity of itand died a lew minutes afterward Marlon Qomba a neighbor who chat ic ptookaccounts was in a serious condition d = I rt= I Having made oui purchases before the recent advances we are in a position to name you prices that cannot be beat anywhere Our are rapidly arriving Our stocks are much larger and more complete than ever Experience has taught us that good goods makes satisfied cus tomers and the same motive ws used in the selection of these goods that we have ever exercised Remember our mottohThe Highest Quality Goods for the Least Money 1 We very cordially invite your inspection ia LACKEY HAMILTON ICorner First anclMaiii Streets RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 xex JGjxe lJXx X I1 XeI II Ifl eX Xex Xex I PAINFUL PERIODS suffers down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take YineofrdQj 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 confidence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In LaIdiesr T IHEffur of the Little Animal Will Bt a Prize Worth Getting Next Winter ear ThlyAurora Ueddlngton and nearby towns say i hey have seen a great and suiitrb ly shining black fox capering by till roadsides and scooting across fields and through pastures the Bangor Ne biwsMaking due allowance for visual de tects If the tales that are told art lialf true the animal Is surely worth hunting furor will be a month later wh evenqu mnestIonthe must valuable fur on earth The biggest anti finest fur sual in tho Arctic ocean carries a garment that will be valued at 100 to after It has be foena plgreatto 400 and the jacket of a silver gradfox sometimes sells for 800 to aHutw is bitheauction sale of furs held in London last June there were six taken fr womthan 1500 each one specimen com mandlng 22flQsTbe us e best place to seek black foxes on this continent la along the northern end of the Atlantic seaboard from Hancock county Maine through New Brunswick and Nova Scotia to Labrador As Ctt ci flrcdare not plentiful in any part of the world Less than 100 pelts are taken a year from the entire earth In me years the number has dwindled to 30zcaptures have been more entiful though a man can hunt a ng time in any place without cast- Ing his eyes upon a black fox and aa eing Is not equivalent to securing many men who have looked at black xes running away have never shot one According to the tales of old hunters ere Is a black fox which may be seen rare Intervals among the hills of Dcdham anti Otis Men who have placed hounds on its track assert that e animal never stops to play with the dogs by circling but makes a bee line due east running rapidly until the last pursuer drops from fatigue Perhaps e fox seen of late along the road adng to the Whales Back Is the animal STORE WHISKY IN GERMANY Way the Distillers Have of Saving the Interest on Taxes Paid Here It Is not generally known that Lou vilie distillers and warehouse men own warehouses in Germany in which galIonswill some time be returned to this state says the Louisville Herald About 3500 barrels of Kentucky whisky is now stored in the customs warehouse here consigned to local dealers This whisky spent several years in Germany Originally distillers assigned as a reason for exporting whisky to Germany and importing it again that it got a peculiar sea flavor In crossing the ocean which improved It Many a Kentucky colonel disputed this fact on the basis that Kentucky whisky can not be improved after It is properly agedThe real reason however for sir r ing whisky In Germany is to save money The national law formerly provided that whisky must be taken andtheon it when taken out It also provided that If whisky be exported such tax would not have to takIngoutImported upon payment of S110 a gal whIskywhichMany distillers and warehousers andImportmoney for internal revenue taxes An enormous quantity of whisky was then theonlysentthere Stfwascheapel paytaxes astheysincepassed htearsu I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle vftw N C at my monthly periods nil my life but the first bottle of Car dui gave me wonderful relief and now I am in better health than have been for a long time KILLING RICE BlEtf a FAILSIe Coast Section of South Carolina Is Daily Scene of Hunting Expeditions for the Market The rice bird or bobolink or teed rd as the game Is known further north is now in great abundance on the rice fields about Charleston and the coast suction of South Carolina and thousands of the birds are being killed Gerylnutlon in the stTheprofitable one for those who engage in whether they indulge In the exercise us sportsmen In bringing down the game 11myingfeestroyers Thrsectione rds and although great quantities are yet the birds seem as numerous as MhenKilling the birds for sale is mostly plectionwhich is not In vogue In any other place where the kind of game Is found A large fire is built on the marsh and a big bet Is arranged in sufih 1 way that es cape is Impossible when the bird once enters it The marsh Is beaten and the ythg birds attracted by the light en largois to market Many negroes are employed In this work of trapping and the game working for them In some cases and in others for firms which make a regular business of dealing in the dainty and succulent mor ilWhered ooublebarrelferred although some sportsmen use a begunbirds are not hard to kill and a lot of shooting has to be done in the average days sport this smaller shooting iron Is denirable The shell usually taken Along is loaded with one ounce of No 10 shot backed by two and a half to hree drams of powder of the semi smokeless or smokeless variety DbgS can be taken but are not necessary and in some sections where skiffs are used i benleft at home The birds are found in he eastern sec tion of the country at this season of the year subsisting on rice oats millet and other grain grown in swamps and marshy places It Is a mystery where the rice birds come from Many of tho t LIheylieason to season after the manner of pau3ibethe night The birds do not fly any great distance in the daytime rarely more than 30 to 40 yards That they do Provedby hav1ngwires in places where these agencies of Thol11rdsthey show up When the birds first show up they arfl Whenthey fourdaysproverbial butter ball The birds are slow flyers which makes It possible for- mana of only ordinary skill to bring oEcoursebag depends of course upon his toldthrough atashowno ofthaItalyWater as notidairnnaliyBeginningiehorsepower the rivers of Italy are estimated to have 767000 horsepower Instnumberypotentiality of 2C42000 horsepower nl unused A law providing an annual payment to the government of about retardedcemade particularly in the river Tierno and on a waterfall IB the river and great things are foreseen mn dy of t- kL Addaj J 7 II Ij IBowers Escapes Death Penalty London Ky Oct 16Vrgil Bow errs the negro charged with the murder of George Farrls the Knox county lumber merchant was sentenced to life imprisonment A former trial of the case resulted in a hung jury ten- j being for the death penalty and two for a lifo sentence Though there is much dissatisfaction over the verdict it is not probable that Bowers will bo lynched a United States Court Convenes CovJngton Ky Oct 16Judge A M J Cochran will convene United State court here for the fall term Monday There is a large civil docket and a heavy criminal calendar about 50 cass of each and court is expect ed to be in session this week and Inext The Prisoners Like Powers Newport Ky Oct 16Caleb Powers has won the heart of almost every prisoner in the Jail and now whenCo any one enters the Jail Instead CalTheybooks called My Own Story Accidentally Killed Himself Dayton Ky Oct 16Jos Schort ler G9 a butcher of Fourth and Boone streets accidentally killed himself while cleaning a shotgun in his room preparatory to going on a hunting trip Half the side of his head was blown off IShot and Wounded Brother Covington Ky Oct 16Becauncrhis brother John turned doors at Third and Main streets Wil- lIam Oliver fired a shotgun at the former Several buckshot took effect in Johns body but none in any vital part iTo Pipe the Product Barbonrsville Ky Oct 16TiuCentral Kentucky Natural Gas Co has been formed by the Standard Oil Co to take over the Menifee county gas fields and pipe the product to Loiing SterUDgIGoode Will Stand Trial Newport Ky Oct 16It was ru mored in this city that Charles V oode the defaulting clerk of the dis trlct of Clifton would soon return and atid trial for tho alleged embezzle ment of 859 from the township Goes Into Winter Quarters Lexington Ky Oct 16The tao g string of CaiJt S S Brown at- ved here and went into winter quar rs at the old Kentucky Association ce track now owned by Capt Drown e horses will bo trained here Will Plead His Own Case Covington Ky Oct 16John M artin alias Rogers Indicted with his ife Louie Rogers alias Nellie Davis alias Rogerson for horse theft will ead his own case when it comes up There Is undoubted mutual regret in insurance circles if nothing else in tho way of mutualityme Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at home Some will say what fence must to buy Uncle Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to doyours Sold byecFarm tot Rent I desire to rent for the year 1006 bout 275 acres of land with good thereon This land is a part f the firm 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 gobcorn5O acre to co in wheat the remainder in grass Privilege to sow grain this fall possession Jan 1 lG For particulars call on or address C H Maupin sepG 4t Richmond Ky Telephone B II Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf tor Mk I desire to sell my stock of general merchandi The goods are in first class condition new and ratable and i one of the best stands in time county Ior further injortnation call OP or address R R Harris a23 3m Peyton town Ky A cherry suit ot furnituro for sale chea p Phone SOS tf Dan H rack wili insure your city or county property against fire liRlM nng and cyclone seplS 4t Agent Wanted To take charge of debit for Metro politan Life Insurance Co Jouv H Tot Assr Supt It Oldham Bldg Richmond Kv New loal Fiiffl I have opened up a coal business again at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Big Hill Coal Co I will handle some ol the best grades of Jellico coal also hit respecICulh801iclt people of Richmond aud Madison county and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will please yon in the qnalitv of coal Oat my supplyTdlephoutl nugO 3m H F BAnKER Farm For Sale I offer for sale privately my farm cj 250 acres more or less located Ii mile north of Union City Apout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in glrass The farm is well watered hav ing a creek and several never failing Jieneralhinparticulars call on raddress Irvine Azbill aug23tf Union fity Ky andhaveA Witt novl ISkJJeiahinj a for sale olle iJ3 Seed WhestFults fatid Harvest King foe il bvXihfir c Witt uovl 1 Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsell flpaceOnewayExcnrson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets 6 TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP nsult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details l on or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller Loans anti Dis rounts Stockholders Liability 150C0O 00 iankBldg 20 00 Cmli anti Exc s65c0000 Total Resources 5s000000 Your business Ie desired and we disposed to grunt you every consistent favor State Bank J Trust Co- RichmontlKy I 4 RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY world admires men who are ttrong In physl nti rid nerve oral men of ambition energy rid manhoodTonuyciopmentandCu 4rveiretroubieduoTerorkmoklngdrug nerretbKqaallrpotpldw1ttite a guar rrsa MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO aA For sale by E C Wines Leggetts ChampionD- RY POWDER GUNS WormsLL5JJ Effectively Economically and Quickly distributerpowders on crops In the garden field vineyardEndorsed of tobacco and offeredCoverswalks appilcaOSeedsID8OCtlcided tree Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and- 6raith ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices tioldell Flora East Main Street KELLTHC COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS kingsNew PriceF i oLDs Free Trial 1 aUTH1IOUW be X01fZYJlAmtI1 1bB Q kto ChattanoogaHancockDisc Principle Right Construction Right Results Right The ChattanoogaHancock Disc Plows speak for themselves They are now in such general use that farmers have a clpar idea of their = practical workings and value as Crop Makers They can be used at any season of the year when any plow can be used and also when the ground is so dry and hard that no other plow can be uell 3 We guartee our Disc Plows to do good work and not only in hard groundir=agahistbrcakngemanshlp C E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Agents for Siudebaker Farm Wagons and Hoosier Wheat Drills II X XerTI 4makes a porch more attractive What and comfortable than some of our regular j r Porch and Lawnrj i Furniture k I Theione want to live out of doors But winter time is coming and you will want j 4 to freshen up the interior of your homes We 1 can show you aU kinds of Furniture from the smallest Odd Pieces ofIrj lOur Undertaking Department is up to date in every respect If W S OLDHAM YY YV W 9 Pills Ayers Pills I A X7AtC PelAyers Pills KeeP saying J A A J and over again MJ laxative L r MaaIt DYEaEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY CTCOSrOXATBD ofthisSouthornIllinois quickandpeople of this great section of the country I We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed cAME ILrmeaduSoav rrr The above is a good likeness of the famous v Dicks Blizzard Cutter Shredder With Pnumatic Feed Blower cutteJIcut and split fodder successfully at then same time and elevate it by air blast your barn or silo It is the most fastestandbeoperatedWhen in need of a WHEAT DRILL give us an oppor willsowaccuratelyTigerDisc WewillDIB Shacreltord Co- W JrertilizerQuahtyw li to