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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ir- THE RICHMOND CLIMAXi Tozurs1 32 RICHMOND H MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1905 NUMBER 23 Jo LoWATSON18 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON KY Buy Your Goods in Lexington YoUr raijrdad fare refunded if your cash purchases arriodrit to 25 and you live within 50 niiles df Lexington Womens Practical Everyday Coats and Ex clusive Highclass Novelties in Outer Garments A large number of new arrivals in tin handsome t creation of the season TUB SUITS 00 R oUr are uroduc e l by the best tailors Many dislTnc style ellects new material diflermi mates All that is new and beautiful IOtn SiiO Lung Covert Coats 1- 2t2511 oc made semi paddock or Ioos thins liifllv maile vry new Empn Coats SlJSfl to 10 00 Fancy Mixed Gnats very long very tall extra well made and finished New Skirt Styles te8iitifnl shapes in chiffon pannni And imperial HPTCO skirts all correci iilor new box plaited effects S3 00 1i1250 New Silk Items OUR FALL SILKS both fancies and plain for every lIlY Wear or eVeniii it ermines replete with the tJckof tin world GOIt vard fur tatted silk an exceedingly strong and lesir ahte material nil pure silk SO incli chiffon taffeta silk all colors SI2 Real value SI 05 Black tftlfnta auks cue yar l wide oft rich olutToii flnUh which is mwli poiiirht alter thif only 00 Faicy checks and FretMh pluiils cannot Ine equaled in thin market foijvarieiv of shades and itHMitjiifl Fancy moires 85o and 25 Iemi Ile Cyne colors acid hlnck street and pveniiig shades Crystal Ilkexqn Rile shade olVlper yard Coloredand Black Dress Goods Thf sew drrss fabrics for Autumn nnil Winter use to tilcase all shades nl iliHss illRre liert in nn nliimilanrr of weaves lints and effects Koveltiis to tickle the fancy ol the most fast id OUR dressor or the more moderate ones Henriettas at SlOO Drnp de Etes n t SI 50 A decidedly stylish weave and ultrrfashionable Black and Colored Broadcloths 2O per vardan extrasuperior cbiiToi 1fintsb1110th of rare excellence and an van the prim Panama end Imperial seJire Iunln make ligic populnrfabricSuits 00 and SloO per yard A Sale of Silk Petticoats Garments fashioned for the new fea sons service of the finest silks in the very shades for which the demand it greatest anil fur much less than the Ktanlnrd price 500 buys the best skirt ever shown New Waists A remarkable display of tasteful fie fiiriiB ol pretty silk and muslin waists complete and exrluivein every detail The New Furs A most representative Cillection of the new fur torment and small fun inuIT and neckpitce in the authorita ive models of mink fox martin nil kindled furs ofa high character HI marvelous low prices S5 00 to S200 00 Dressmaking and Custom Tai loring For pBrtiruliir women unequaled elsewhere Mrs Pendleton always pleasth J L Watson m t r Coughs G HEAT coucrhs sharpcornered rasping two Coughs that nearly tear your throat inICoughs that come from clear down in the stomachIThe very worst coughs are all cured by JPerry Thomas1 f So palatable the TarIit So ffficaqious it I IISOJs xom ltosse a eitees r rsessl lrs ReCuresCholera InfantumI S S H Troubles of Children of ieyens Jlge Aids Digestion Mates the Bowels Strength the Child and MAKES f YMING POWQSF l fi TEETHING EASY Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25 to C J MOFFETT nl D St Louis Ho Mother Hesitate no longer lout save the health and life of IOjr child as thousands have done by giving these powders YSETHIMA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and overcomes the effects of tile summers heatupon teething children 8 Twenty=five Years Experience l We use this method to bring before the public our line of t j jGroceries A including such brands as the celebrated FerndaleJCinned Goods of all kids White JMoca and Tava Coffees finest Teas that can be j profured Kerrs Perfection Flour none equals it China and Glassware Wood and Willow ware tJWealso carry a full line of J t Field Seeds Feed and Seed Oats Salt jLimeand Cement Promptly FilledJ WthisJ order to secure the best goods the market affords J at the right prices you should read our advertise weeklyd Covington Arnold Bro Main Street r rGROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI 1 TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing- If You Have Hair Troubles Write Today For Free Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York For Sale at all Druggists Special Sale at I PERRY THOMAS It A Matter I of HealthThere is a quality in Royal Baking Powder which pro motes digestion This pecu liarity of Royal has been noted by physicians and theyaccordingly use and recommend it exclusively ROYAL BAKINn POWDPR r V NFW YORK SOLVE LAKE MYSTERY A DIVER LOCATES SCHOONER WRECK OF 14 YEARS AGOI Fishermens Nets Become Caught in Derelict Vessel Off Michigan Fort Investigation FollowsVa rious Surmises Michigan City IndA lake mystery of several years is believed to have been solved by the discovery of a wrecked threemasted schooner ten miles north east of this port and three miles off New Buffalo Mich Some days ago fishermen from New Buffalo discovered a derelict vessel off that port their nets becoming caught on the vessel The discovery was reported to Capt A A Kent of the lifesaving station of this city who with his crew and Diver George Culbert went to New Buffalo and made Investigations Diver Culbert located the wreck In 56 feet of waterInstead of the wreck as It was be- lIeved of the steamer Chicora of tho Graham d Morton Transportation company which was lost In a gale on the night of January 1 1895 while en route to St Joseph from Chicago with her crew of 2C men the wreck the diver found was a threemasted schooner 175 feet long and resembling the schooner Thomas Hume belonging to the late Charles Hackley of Muskegon which mysteriously disappeared during a July night 14 years ago The Hume and her companion boat the Ilaus Simmons left Chicago for Mus kegonboth sailing light On the fol lowlngday the Simmons arrived at Muskegon but the Hume was never again heard of notwithstanding the fact that thousands of dollars were spent In an effort to locate the missing vessel The Hume carried a crew of seven men none of whom reached shore Diver Culbert reports that he searched the wrecked schooner carefully for a name but found none her hull having been carried away Diver Culbert says the vessels hold was nearly filled with sand and that It was impossible to search for the remains of the vessels crew BARS FLIRTING IN CHURCH Sioux City In Y M C A Secretary Claps Ban on Chats Hymn Books BehindI Sioux City InNo more tender messages and exchange of confidences will be permitted between Pretty Sue and Gallant Joe behind sheltering hymn books in Sioux City churches If the suggestion of Secretary Hell man of the Y M C A to the ministerial association Is followed out Secretary Hellman was defending the Y M C A against the general charge that the association does not fulfill Its mission in that It falls to get a greater number of young men Into thechurchesWould think of putting a new lyborn babe Into an ice box In quired the secretary with asperity That is what It would be like for young men to go to the churches as they are now generally conducted We got 14000 young men Into our as sociation rooms last year and threwIabout them good influences them to attend our Sunday meetings What the church should do is to have Its representatives at our building to show our young men that the churches are attractive The young men you have attend ing your churches are usually accompanied by young women and I tell you a young man Is not susceptible to religious teaching when he sits beside a young woman and has the opportunity to visit with her They ought to be free from this temptation and the churches should look after the young men and not complain because the Y M C A does not do it all r The Human Lottery- Ah tr only I ware beautiful How happy lire would be Many a forlorn maid has said this us she looked into the mirror It is the one possession in the lottery of human life vrfiich woman would not refuse RLmDFIELIt7 Female Regulator foryoun girls on the threshold of woman hood invaluable When they become pale and languid the eyes dull aching head feet anll hands cold tite gone or abnormal obstructed periods and painful menses and their systems generally run down they need a tonic n- and p their blood Cleanse- dBradfieldsFemaleRegulator for womea Is particularly valuable and owing to cs nail as a regulator of the menstrual flows Painful obstruct ed and suppressed menstruation is perma neatly all diseases peculiar ans are cured by it- Regulatorclearsthecomp1eaionb ght re moves ens tbe muddyoicOf druggists at 100 er bottle t u Perfect for Women soft fee had recbysendingu your c1RI TBt BMOTWLe RKVUTM W ATLMffA U Kentucky State News Items SAM HISLE EXECUTED He Confessed IttheWinchester Ky Oct 20 Sam lisHisle colored was hanged In the jail n yard here He went to the scaffold with a firm step and without assistance He stated that he was guilty of the crime for which he was about toI suffer death and that he freely forgave all who had a part in his execution He asked the assistance of the officers and the white people to root out the colored dens of inquity which had led to his ruin and to help the colored people to a higher plane of life His neck was broken and he died with little struggling The crime for which he was executed was an atrocious one On August 14 he went to the house of Mrs Bond and tried to assault her but she escaped He then went to they home of Mrs Jasper Case and finding her alone assaulted her and fled He was captured at Paris and taken to Lexington for safekeeping When brought here for trial a mob was form ed to lynch him but the sheriff and circuit judge by strenuous efforts suc ceeded in preventing It MARCUMS EMAINSt IITheyDoubtGrand Jury Dismissed fJacksonJury which has been Investigating the Marcum murder was dismissed by Cir cult Judge Riddle The jury reported that it would not find an indictment against any one else for the murder Commonwealths Attorney Adams asked Judge Riddle to summon another grand jury saying that in his opinion the evidence given before the jury which had Just reported was sufficient to warrant several indictments Judge Riddle took the matter under advise mont Owing to an alleged dlscrep ancy in the testimony between that given at the trial of Jett and White Marcums body may be exhumed and an autopsy held- LOUISVILLES NEW THEATERg Negotiations For a Site Have Been Practically Closed Louisville Ky Oct 20Congress man Joseph L Rhinock of Covington and local agents representing the newly organized independent theatrical syndicate authorized the statement that negotiations have been practically a closed for a site within one block ofsFourth and Walnut streets upon which will be erected one of the hand somest theaters in the south the cost of the site and the theater to be 250I 000IMarshal Neys Son Louisville Ky Oct 20 Returning to die on Indiana soil Dr E M C Ney man Marshal Neys reputed son who has been spending the last two years in Oklahoma Is spending a day or two In the city before going on to his home in Saltillovllle Ind IConstable Fatally Shot Bowling Green Ky Oct 20VollIe Whittaker constable of Butler coun ty was attacked and shot to pieces by six men at Morgantown and will die He was guarding a house being built which had been torn down several times at night Paducahs Registration Paducah Ky Oct 20 Complete returns from the registration show a total of Democrats 2124 republicans 1626 mlscelaneous 137 The re publicans Wednesday on supplementary day registered 669 to the demo crat KING OF FINANCE TO QUIT r J P Jrs Election to Directorate ItFathersNew Plerpont Morgan In favor of his son J P Morgan Jr now In charge ofj the London branch of the banking house was predicted In Wall street The eletcion of Morgan Jr to the directorate of the Western Pacificf Railway company the first has ever accepted In the United States was taken in the financial tract as confirmation of the repo that the son was soon to relieve his father of his business cares Now It Is said that by January 1I 1906 young Mr Morgan will have stepped at least partially Into his fa thers shoes on this side of the Atlantic and that his election as a dl rector of the Western Pacific was th first of such honors in 35 corpora lions of which the elder Morgan Is at present a director For the past three years the elde Morgan has given more of his attention to charity and art and less to his fast business Interests His wealth is estimated at from 100000000 to 150000000 i Pearl Found In River The most valuable pearl over found in the vicinity of VIncennes Ind was taken from the Wabash river by a mussel digger who sold It to D W Langdon an eastern buyer for 5000 The was made a few miles south iot VIncennes where more than 15 people are raking the bottom of the Wabash for shells and pearls for JAIL Iileads has asked to be put lift jail ieeause lie has Aye wives H- eIust haVe rs KH s for Relieving thai bpdI i1r 7 LIMIT TO SUNS LIFE ASTRONOMER SAYS GREAT ORB GROWS SMALLERI Old Sol Still Has 24000000 Tears to ExIst However English ScIen tist Declares Tremendous t Force Is tit Work whIchdSlllUes which arise from this prodigal Uy have formed the ttubect of ah address SIrRobertHe could not escape from the opera lion of the simple rule he said that as It gave out heat the suns body must get smaller What the sun would become In the future he could not say but if one could go to the sun with a measure he would find that It had shrunk 11 Inches in 24 hours Ten million years ago the sun was nearly a million times larger than at present and the simple principle that a redhot poker Is a trifle larger than when cold must also apply to the sun The most Important question regard Ing the sun he said is the manner in which its heat is kept up Supposing every particle of coal were taken from the earth and poured Into the sun how long would it keep that orb going It Is a scientific truth the lecturer deSclared that the entire coal supply ithe world would not give the suns for more than the ten of a single moment of thousandthI This prodigality of heat up by combustion there must be some tremendous force of energy That however an Idee which is assuming clearer and more definite shape which gives proof how the suns heat is kept up The sun it was said by the mere fact of attraction of its particles gives us as much heat as could be got from burning 8000 globes of coal When this calcula tlon Is worked out and It Is remembered- that it is not only to the earth that the sun gives heat it shows that the sun might be kept going for 24000000 years A suggestion was made that the exJecu tlon of the suns 11Iof a paltry 24000000 years of life al lowed to the sun it would be 1000000000 GAS TO PROPEL VESSELSd Day of Steamship Is Believed to Be Passing AwayMayBe E Called Gasser St LoulsIf a vessel propelled by steam power is called a steamer a vessel In which the motive Is gas be called a gasser The possibilitythatpropulsion will be largely effecttby means of explosion engines whose fuel will be gas generated on- board For stationary purposes plants of this description have already been erected on a large scale and more than one firm of engineers is said to be engaged in perfecting a combined plant consisting of engine and gas generator which shall be lighter and ocdcrpy less space than the present bination of steam boilers and enllneCpower for power The gas used Is known as producer gas and is to all intents and purposes steam or water vapor passed through incandescent coke in a special form of furnace The resultant gas Is a combination of carbon monoxide hydrogen and nitro genUtilizing the fuel in this manner Is claimed to effect a very appreciative economy as compared with burning it under a boiler to generate steam Indeed it has been estimated that one pound of fuel will thus go as far as three pounds In the latter method This on a long voyage not only means the reduction of the coal bill but also corresponding Increase in cargo or passenger accommodation Experts say it behooves steamship companies to pause before adopting the steam turbine in a wholesale manner MISSIVE COMES TOO LATE German Student Kills Himself Just as Aid Comes from Home in Bremen Germany Brooklyn N ycarl Oldenherg 24 years old and believed to belong to an excellent family in Bremen Ger many was found dead in his bed at hangingturned on full Oldenberg came to this country from Bremen about three years ago He bad considerable money at first but when his funds began to grow low he secured a posl tlon He lost this position about a month ago and since then has been anxiously awaiting a remittance from his parents in Bremen He wrote to them about two weeks ago and for the past two or three days has been eagerly expecting a reply Oldenberg came In late the night before and went to his room The next morning about ten oclock the long expected letter from Bremen arrived As the landlady approached the door with the cheerful news she detected odor of gas- Oldenbergs door was opened and he was found lying on the bed dead roars was a letter on the dresser ad dressed to his mother in Bremen and photograph on a stand on the back of which was written In German The play has come to an end I have played my last card My address is 17 Nicholas street Bremen The photograph was that of a group of seven young Germans evidently students and a cross was placed by picturertSTOLE THE FINEST The Watchman at the Place Was Coy eyed With a Revolver Louisville Ky Oct 23At the point of two pistols held by a man and a Johnsonewas forced to stand Idly by and watch his captors make way with silks val ued at something more than 1100 GemrManufacturing Co located right In the heart of the city The robbery oc 1curred at 5 oclock in the morning For nearly a year past many cities throughout the west and middle west have been literally overrun by a gang of silk thieves and the police In every city of Importance are constantly on the alert for them It Is said that dur- Ing the last 12 months the gang has stolen something like 1000QO worth iof silk One peclillarfact connected with the operations of the silk thieves 01s that there Is always a woman along when a theft Is committed The one here waif evidently a silk expert for the goods carried away were the very finest la the factory The robbers es aped with the booty In a waiting vehl cle Gluing the whip to the horse they wets o3 wU1i Johnson IB pursuit raa trims W II W u The Better WayIThe tissues of the throat are inflamedand irritated you coughand there is more irrita ionmore coughing You take- a cough mixture and it eases the irritation for a while You take SCOTTSEMULSION and it cures the cold Thats what is necessary tsoothes the rhroat because it reduces the citation cures the cold because drives out the inflammation tills up tine weakened tissues cause it nourishes them back t tieir natural strength Thats w Scotts Kmulsion deals with ors throat a cough a cold or bronchitis WELL SEND YOV SAMPLE FREc COTT 5 Bonn tOilur rk 100 IFeudIsts In a Duel Oct 23on Upper Beaver creek on the KnottFloyd border Ambrose Little survivor of the old Little faction in the HallLittle feud war was killed by Les Hall A bitter warfare has existed between the men for some time When they met at a saloon Little opened fire and finally fell mortally wounded It is said Hall acted in self defense Was 104 Years Old Burkesville Ky Oct 23AuntEmily Tobin an antebellum black mammy died here at the age of 104 She witnessed the execution of Old Peter a negro slave who was- hanged on Hangmans Hill near this in the year 1829 for the murder of a young white girl Beat His Brother Editor Smith and Ky Oct 23ln the democratic primary to nominate a can idate for county attorney to fin the vacancy caused by the resignation of Everett Butler W I Clark won over 0 C Lasher by 33 votes Clark Is editor of the Livingston Democrat and Lasher of the Banner A Proposed Amendment proposedcthe viva voce voting and two ques of great Importance of Kenton county affairs are to be voted on by the people of Covington and the county outside this coming November election Their Golden Wedding Covington Ky Oct 23Mr and Mrs Edmund Murphy celebrated the 60th anniversary of their marriage a family reunion at their resi ence 1112 Garrard street in which 11 ana 23 erendcliHdrac walt Doublebreasted S U ITSF- or Style says Dam Fashion Right again as usualand right here are the suits snappy in their stylish smartness Wf cant b gin to show their unusual look of neatness and distinction in a rough sketch 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 SCHLOSSEverything else thats smart for Fall here Suits and Over coats JO to 25 Our exoak and 5krt Parlors are filled up with beautiful new Cloaks and Skirts for ladies misses and children We are showing the prettiest Cloaks for ladles The reweit things in Cloaks and Wraps sor children The most uptodate Skirts over shown in the city Our styles are the newest Our qualities the Lest Our prices the lowest Try us on ladies and mens fine shoes Our La ranee shoe f ir ladies suits every lady that wears it Thoy all fell right when they wear La France Shoes They know they are wearing the most uptodate footwear on the market Our Fall Shoes for raw women and children are famous for their good substantial wearing qualities We sell no trashy stuff Al our sloes are made for us and are guaranteed Bring in your familyand It us shoe them up this fall and we will save you a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CSII PHIl on all merchandise before yon purchase this fall We can save you moneyon very article you hay We sell ov rythiug We buy in large quantities for cash and undersell all competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and see how much lower we ar than others We are agents for the ci1 brated HAWKS HATS for men If you dont wear a Hawes Hat you dont got the host for your money Try one W D Oldham eo Richmond Kentucky The National Daily Review and The Climax Both One Yearap 15 u 8T 1 IK II II6 r XJ I m 1 ID JlJl 1 TO- Q e4 id VIT BV I dil m P My Entire Stock of G00 Must be Sold by January 1 stIREBARULE I r 1 COSH Il I 5 m 1 I j II II I fit 11 F- j I uJ 11 I w it It 7 I Ji 0 r I LookUslJpWHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber- SDoors Sash Ceilin g Flooring Shingles Lath- ED Bl4NTON GO M and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 4 Ihe Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Th9 Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Edltor Manager Member Ky Press Association and nu n PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 5 00 For County Offices W 00 For Stnte and District Offices 15 ro ForCalls per inc 10 Eor Cuds per line 10 For all publications in the interest of In dividuals or expression of individ ual views per IIne 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY OCT 25 190 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER For Bounty Judge JN B TURPIN For County Attorney R H CROOKE For Sheriff- P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF MyorOIarence E Woods Chief of Police J H Allnian Councilman W S Oldham Richard McieeT T Oovinston G W Gates J A Mershon Jennings Maupin Police JudgeJennings Greenleaf City Attorney T H Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable L M Scrivner ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistrial District sub ject to action of the Democratic party 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 VOTE Democrats vote REGISTER before you can vote THE Emperor of Japan and the Emperor of Russia signed the peace treaty last Saturday thus olliclally ending the war Miss ALICE ROOSEVELT will have to paycustoms duty on the valuable presents she will bring home from abroad It will amount to 60000 DID you ever have a relative run ning for ollice and wore you inter ested in every Democrat standing by him Then think of yi ur Cousin Pleas Broaddus and your Uncle Buck Johnson Go thou and do likewise Tire Democrats of Madison county should bear in mind that the November election is almost upon us and should bestir themselves The ticket for city ind county offices is com posed of good men who are entitled to your vote and the vote of your Democratic neighbor See that your neighbor goes to the polls THE regular November election is fast approaching Nov 7 being the appointed day It behooves every Democratic voter to go to the polls on that dayand be true to his party One thing that will insure Democratic victory is the unityof Democrats In unity there is strength should be our motto Give your strong and undivided support to our nominees Some of them have no opposition while others have To these last should we especially give our support Not only vote yourself but make it your duty to see that others vote Let us score a victory greater than has ever been known in Madison On the last day of Maya tenyear old boy made the ascent of the difficult Wetterhorn in Switzerland Ayers Do like thin Oshortdont Do you like thick heavy smooth hair Of course you do Then why Hair Vigor qnotof hair thats the whole story Sold for 60 years longtimereitorlnK health to the hale and scalp and al Iathe same ilnpUUJ T COMAllr Weak Hair= A Great Bargain A DAILY NEWSPAPER HJRMSHED TO CLIMAX SUBSCRIBERS FOR ONLY 50 CENTS A YEAR toEveryread a daily newspaper We offer a good daily newspaper toN every Climax subscriber at the markably low rate 01 50 cents per ye itNoHow can we do this hiBycago National Daily Review we are abled to offer that high class daily and the Climax for only S150 per year The regular price of the Climax is SI 00 per year The regular prce of the Chicago National Daily RevievlIe SlOO per year Consequently eatviewif you are a Climax subscriber This is only a temporary arrange itilmeritDec So if you want to tako advantage of the best proposition ever made by a daily newspaper call at title office without delay This offer is open to new mr subscribers who pay a year in advance and to old Climax subscribers who adpayChicago National Daily Review is the only daily newspaper published DatItyetis a Jiigh class fourpage sevon all 01 umn paper containing the cream of the news worth publishing u special magazine article every day written by a noted writer a good short story in each issue a reliable market report department for women and children an abundance of poetry humor scien tific artistic and miscellaneous mail household receipts and many other 7 sirable features The Daily Review has thousands of subscribers now and it intends to gat her in 50000 more within tho next few weeks When it gets them the fc going clubbing rate will be withdrawn Therefore dont wait too long Now is the time to subscribe Address CLIMAX PRINTING Co Richmond Ky Did you fail to register last month One more chance Alabama has a neat surplus in her treasury The Alabama legislature does not meet so often as oIl States legislatures A suggestive thought LESS THAN HALF FAf FOR ROUND TRIP To Points in the West and Southwest October 3d and 17th Jovember 7th and 21st December ith and 13lh1905 MISSOURI PACIFICIRON MOUNTAIN SYSTEM Tickets bear liberal limit and stopover privileges affording an excellent opportunity to visit the territory that Is now attracting the particular attention of tho homeseeker and Investor For descriptive literature and farther information address H C TOWNSEND Q P and T A ST Louis lao A A GALIAGIIEU D P A 410 Walnut Street Cncinnati Ohio There is more Catarrh in this sectionI of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few rears wna supposed to be incurablEI For a creat many years pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed localremedies and by constantly railling to cnre with local treatment pro nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires const it tional treatment Halls Catarrh rure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional euro on the market It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood emTheycase it fails to cure Send for circu and testimonialsIAddress F J CHENEY CO ToIToledo Ohio Sold by Drujrtrists 75c fake Halls Family Pills for constipa onl= 57 I I I J 10 NoveltiesthFor the Den or Library Ve opened yesterday and have on sale an original and unique line of Furniture Novelties in rich weathered oak These pieces are both decorative and useful They add tihete finishing touches to a room and as they are in the form of clocks smoking cabinets magazine racks etctheir useful D side has not been overlookedvIThey are for instance five quaint patterns of clocks movements guaranteed and the price is 250 for any of them These goods make ideal presents for any occasion Mi Es Cp w TT I a kj d Shingles hiApplySeed Wheat Fultz and Harvest Kinir for sale by Letcher Witt novl Democratic speaking Union City Saturday Oct 28 at 230 LipJ A Sullivan 5Little Love Stories Mr Tarlton Combs and Miss Jonnie Howard were married Saturday lit Berca Mr Thomas P English and Miss Mamie Carmack of Blue Grass this county were married last Saturday at the home of Elder A J Tribble who o tliciatedtoGermantown hio and Miss Nannie Vcnable were married last Tuesday evening at the home of the brides parents Mr and M GrsRev J Randall Farris pronounced the- eremony The attendants were Miss artha Hubbard and Mr Paul Yena le The groom formerly lived in this and Is a young manof splendidr qualifications His bride is Kingstons most popular young ladies WELCOMEM A little dantrUor arrived last week t the home of Mr and Mrs Thompson Burnam of Silver CreekMDemocratic Speaking at Waco Friday night Oct 27t at 730 pm by W R Shack lfQrdand R H CrookeUAnnual Rtport of fattle A Gay Infirmary Annual report beginning October 1 1904 ending September 30 1905 by P A C Infirmary 39oN poof City patients 11 eTotal 78 of lays of pay patients 651 OlIImsnTotal days 1090 MoSEY TAKEN JN DURING TilE YEAR F EromFrom the County 60000 7900eOal0 Mass meeting 22100 Court day dinners 6385 Street Carnival 1000 Pay patients 103677 Miscellaneous 2198 Total 266165 YEARHXNurses salaries S 87443 Housekeeping expenses 90941 Ice n18 Coal 18592 Telephone 2039 Water i 2700 rugs 21230 Light 900 Repairing 5117 Insurance 7735 Sundries 20148 Total 2599 06 Hal on hand 62 09 IIIns GEO SIMMONS Pres Mns P F ADAMS JR Secy ateKirksville Saturday Oct 28 at 2 oclock p m by R W Miller and W R Letcher Jr- e Register next Monday Tuesday or Wednesday or you cannot vote for one whole year PERSONAL Mrs Neale Bennett is iu Mt Sterling visitingMiss JrDr T P Gardner of Irvine spent Sunday with Mr and MM Nealo nett visitedEy Mrs Howard Neale wil entertain todaywith a luncheon in honor of Mrs Lewis Neale Mr Jeff Johnson of Harrodsburg is visiting Mr George Todd and family near Speedwell Miss Gertrude Todd is visiting Mrs John J Redmon and Mrs Will Collins at North Middlctown joinedhisE Baldwin in the country Mr and Mrs Andre Scanlan left last week for a European trip They will be away several months acceptedtheRichmond Telephone Company ChicagobasSenator and Mrs J B McCreary Maysvillelastary meeting of the M E Church Miss Yarbrough of Virginia thou gupst of Mrs Isaac Van Meter went to Richmond SxMmlay for a few days visltLexington Leader daughterGenevawhere they will visit relatives for several weeks Boolalrsyesterdaynett Not s will appear in next weeks paper Mr and Mrs Allie Gum of Cleve this county who have been se riously ill are reported much better which will be pleasant news for their many friends Mrs Nautili Fish and granddangh er Miss Belle will the latter MrsBJessamine Journal Mrs Julian Van Winkle has re from her wedding trip and is WSlpithe road spent Sunday here Mrs Phil Roberts and Miss Eva CincinnatiMissline of Embroidery Art materials and patterns for her Christmas trade Mrs Laura Thompson and daugb r Miss are moving to Mt Sterling this week to For the past year or more they have been with r T P Gardner and mother in Ir ne Thos Covington was here from Richmond Monday Miss Bernice Taylor one of Madisons falresti daughters was the ofbercousn IUondaytill I J I H B Kinsolving is in Madison counti this weeksisapeci commls II oner for T ha ceo Groweis Asso elation assisting in the work of otIHI Rev Hugh McLellan is conducting a meeting in Kansas City During byProfessorJe an Hagermand enwrtalnlngtheMiss Bessie Turley Richmond Misses da and Mary lluphes Frank and- shbrook Frank Louisville Julia Twyman Kansas City Mo Elizabeth Spears Shreveport LaJessamlne Journal Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas and Mr Herbert Price of Danville- Vere married recently in Jellico Tenn The bride is a daughter cf Mr and Mrs A K Lackey and is well known 1iere having visited Miss Margaret Miller during the past summer WashingtonW Yerkes will sail for Europe short ly and spend the wnter with the family of the Minister to Switzerland J Brutus Clay who has a villa in permanentAmerican dred Mrs William Park who is at all times a most charming hostess en tertained at tea on last Wednesday hospitalityf guestshoay Oldham Dave Willis James hearer J M Hayden Jsseph bales Spencer A C Buchanan Walter Shepherdl1iWillis and Moilie Fife ofheenburgand Miss Nora E Noland theUnionOct 31 at ten oclock in the moraing Baptistrisingyoungof Union Citys most attractive and- opular young ladies and is widely related throughout the county The Climax extends congratulations in advance An interesting event of last week was marriage on Thursday of GcoffreybrotherMrautumnleavesfor the nuptials and in every detail jreenVas which was said Rqv E O Guert rant of WilmonwIISwitnessed yionly the most friends apd families of tha contracting parties Tho brides only attendants werejtbo PerryandKllzabcth was rendered by Prof W A Thomas GladysPerrythe happy couple left for an extended Eastern trip Upon tfieir return they will reside at the grooms handsome cQuntry estate near Whites Station longbeenacknowledged to be one of Kentuckys handsomest women Sho is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J F White of this county Not only beautiful in person but noted likewise for her lovable disposition and traits of char actor that endear er to all Mr Englandseveral years ago He has by his gentlemanly bearingWon the highest aespect of ill The Climax extends muchhappiness The event of last week in Frank fort society interesting to Lexington kinsmen and friends was the marriage of Miss Jane Swigert Watson and Mr Herrick Clay celebrated Thursday evening at the home of the brides mother Mrs H H Watson Rev Dr Christie of Allegheny Pa an uncle of tho bride was the ofliciating McOluskyBlayfloy The bride wee a gown of white tulle over white silk and carried a shower allcyaUllbridesriage by Mr George Watson Miss Rebecca Watson sister of tbe bride was maid of honor in a costume of pink tulle and carried a big bunch pi pink roses Pauline Hendricks and Charlotte Watson were the flower girls and were dressed in white car rylng bunches of white carnations MargaretFatesRichmond Annie Mason Tissie loge and Genevieve Lindsey Each were pinkdresdennations Mr Warfield Bennett of Rlchmonu was Mr Clays best man and Messrs Green Clay brother of PercyIlogeSettle were groomsmen After supper and a change of apparel the bridal couple left for the East and after a PittshurgThe distinguishedfamily Clay of this city Lexington Loader r J t A V i 1 a 7 i z L i I = n I J I as of an to a a ne lat to a J to at is it at Every Linensand to at A big of at J3 line all and new cost 10 20 will 5 AH the and 7 and 8 t sTOP 4l Ir SAXE STOP rancj Opera House Thursday Night riA Winter Seasons Richness Furs j Select and Modish Styles Natural Collars Kolinsky f- tJ French Sable and Mink Scarfs Mink Lynx and Sable also Handsome Coats in Persian Lamb and various other b Muffs To Match GarTEmbryCo Outfitters to 141 East Main Street C Lexington Jea3 71 71 71 7I6 71 7I 7I 71 71 ffi Fffi 75 thM U of the best Merchandise at m Prices Never Before EuvIed by any store in Central Kentucky Two Big Storesnow running So come early and take advantage of the Greatest Bargains ever known in the history of the dry goods trade in Richmond This great sale com mencingt Monday October 16th 1905 will demonstrate never before the wonderful purchasing powers money To give you idea of what we are going do will give you few prices Foreign and Domestic Dress GoocM great many onesCravenette Cloths Plaids Henriettas Albatro Mohairs etc we will sell 13 12 less than regular price large assortment of Silks most every known at 13 less than regular price 50 Black Taffeta 36 inches widet fully guaranteed wear will sell 1 per yard which less than cost wholesale Linens of Description Table Napkins match beautiful qualities strictly wholesale prices assort ment Towels less than regular price 7Ladies Raincoats Big latest styles shapes 750 1250 Sand sellat 730I0and5 + Corsetsleading most popular makes atJ2r- egular F price Womens Skirts regular price wilt- sell 3and 350 po4 Only Squirrel Shawl Jap Stoles furs Women ccKentucky ts td your weave Silk Several hundred yards of new Outings I Flannellettes at wholesale prices 7 J2 c per yard A large line ofwomens and childrens UNDERWEAR 12 regular price sizes and quality the best You can save big money which at the beginning of the season is a very unusual thing 7fI Great Bargains I in Millinery In fact we have so many goods we cant enumerate them All goods indboth stores will be sacrificed regardless of cost All we ask of you is to come in and let us demonstrate the above The stock must be closed out by January Jst 1906 as I leave then for New York to live f B W TURNERare Corner Main and Second Streets RICHMOND KYce 4+++ 1 + ++++ + +++JE ++ e the h s iL L t iiu1IDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS OtC Enormously Heavy Business THE past six weeks record here has eclipsed all previous trading In fact the business was so much greater than we anticipated that it nearly depleted the magnificent stock we opened the season with Our buyer went to New York two weeks ago to replenish the line and these late purchases are just now beginning to arrive The garments are if any thing more fascinating than the early showing as new features are embodied here and there that render them more attractive The following items of this recent purchase will be especially exhibited tomorrow and merit your investigation Tailored Suits in CheviotS Broadclrth and Mixtures such pleasing shades as purple mulberry rose green red brown black gray mixtures etc in extremely long coats eons and blonses bought within the last two weeks and right up to the minute in style Prices 1000 to 6000 New WaistsThis department contains some of the choicest waists ever created Handsome novelty garments in white black and evening shades made of chiffon taffeta lace crepe de chene and net wonderful line of fine taffeta waists that 45A split Really worlo SO Black white and all other shades Cloth Coats A new lot os haudsome new broadcloth light weight kersey and fancymixture materials In the very newest ideas Also a big as sortment of rain coats Coat time is now here and the early corners wi finla 9 lection of unusual elegance A wonderful lino of childrens coats pi 5 to 6 KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky r IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS SMITHSONIAffT t Satisfaction guaranted For sale bI by PERRY TIHJIAS a Lost Saturday between Million and Richmond a walking cane wiU- deer horn handle Liberal reward wit be paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Ky White Plymouth Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pullets and cockerels for sale These chickens are direct from Fisliels stock who won seventeen premiums a the St Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good hatch guaranteed MADISON POUITKY FAR- MKingston Ky S R Scon Prop C D MILLER Mgr 36 e Cata4 4 at4Q ItA No dangerous drugs or alcoholic concoctions are taken into the stomach t Ihroughing of Hyomei penetrates to the most remota cells of the nose and throat sermshEldsand gives complete and prmaneit cureHyomel is the simplest most pleas ant and the only guaranteed cnre for dtscoverpdComplete 0 centsFor sale by B L Middelton One Thousand Schools Without Teachers byStateI Fuqua that the county superinten ents over the State will not be permitted to issue special license to teachers In I9C4 there were many schools in the various counties without teachers and it was decided by the State authorities to issue special license to per fillingthethe regular licensed teachers The order was made last year Riving many authMltytoas many vacancies this year as there were last year but Supennten nts refuse to permit persons w ithout rtificates to teach Mr Fuqua thinks scarcity of teocbets te due to theI StateThereIC y eehIrL jDissolution Notice The firm of H C Jonee Co has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Sam Mason retirin from the business All parties indebted to the above firm will please call at once and settle H C Jones Co sept274t Richmond Ky Buy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt Oct46t 3IerI desire to sell my stock of general merchandiR The goods are iu first fsloneounty Ior further information call on or address R R Harris a23 3m Peytontown Ky LOST OR STOLEN Affidavit State of Kentucky County of Madison Sometime in the mouth of May 1903 lilYtnote This note was made by brother Howard Willis to myself and three other sisters for the sum of Oust Hundred Dollars A short time after miss ing this note I am reliably Informed that a note bearing my description wnsIseen in the hand of one John A Pope said Pope left the town herore service could be had on him and his whet abouts is now unknown Dilige t search and inquiry has been made and nothing has been heard of it Anyone finding this note or holding same please return it to the undersigned at once and receive a liberal reward for its production The following Is a Inc simile of the language of the note on printed foim LIEN NOTE 10000 211905Onreceived Ior either of us promise to pay to the order of Cassle W Smith MaggieStateBankmond Ky Interest payable semian fromthisBereaKentuckyDue May 1 1905 No1 HOWARD WILLIS 1908Attest KyStateCouuty of Madison J meCassiew thisOctoberMy Com Expires March 71903 JAS A WHITE N P Madison Co Ky Attest JESSIE CODU C MC C by Rn Ttrrill D C octl84t farm For Rent 150 acres of land good h0l18etOll- tbuildin etc 30 acres to go In cum ami tobacco 15 acres already in when and rest in grass For particulars see MINERVA BARNES Mtl84t KtcLaswia Ky J I Th F1 iii i r iT FORSALE j 200 Blue Grass Farms and Valuabli Town Property I Tin RioW Real Bslats igsaey RICHMOND KY or Rue Curry Harrodsburg Ky 531ftrrelldwdoubobisoment and water works largo stock barn new 64x100 portion a to irrangeidwlintunable No 70177 acres fine blue grass Innd two and oneh If miles from Richmond on one of the best in v cathelarge stock barn splcwlidlywateredI good neighborhoodanil i certainly cheep at the price 7650 per acre foot No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond bit VSinadopted to the crowth of any of the te cereals common to this county Well watered and fenced The improvew mnts consist of a residence of ten rooms in splendidfla repair all necessary a bu large stock barn almost new This wobequipped and just the right distancIwa from towntrAnd jfo 703117 acres on good pike threefourth mile from town Tho n n land has been in blue rass for YEarbn mihempgood fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cot tujte house with bath good cellar u all other necessary outbuildings Ths one is located just right and i sure to please jou No 71l05 acres land all in bin a grass line sod onehalf mile from froRichmondrooms good stock barn is well wa diteri4worth the moneyhnono Rr bohslfpopular pikps leading into Richmond of Residence vs a tenroom friiue mod ern in construction and has nil need ed conveniences Al smaller outbuildings and two good stock barns one tenant house Fencing is in per feet repair good garden and plenty of fruit and shade This is consid ered one of the prettiest homes in theLe and is at tho Ic dwaskedNo 706200 acres about one and onehalf miles west of Richmond on aR r gfxvl pike all in blue grass except Rrdon good orchard residence of dwsiinlfs A part of this land Is virgin soil ROll most all will produce hemp or tobacco This is a rare opportune ty to trot a fine firm as this kind is seldom offered for sale Terms easy ro No 707113 acres tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Kv one anthirdthree barns under imfenceaero Terms easy and possession prtoNo 70857 acres land on pike d ten miles from Richmond Good ten acre tobacco barn st ck barns two residences can be divided into twM farms giving residence with each Jhli farm is mostly in grass well bn fenced and finely watered price 55 per acre 2 No 70975 acres fin land at Kirksville Ky divided Into four Heiis water in every field part of the land In blue grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to ro1aeoneighborhood and good schools ant churches In the village of Krksvlle dReblenceland No 71011b acres about onehalf 30 mile from city limits all in grass well watered by ponds and brooks fencnff wood sixroom dwelling jji iiirri pih rd gnplen atu 4 hcry lung in fir tclass con ditl n neil nheap it loo per acrr Ternn eMsy Nfl 71 t 294 are about two mile from Richmond wib elrgnt te room residence tnbaco and stocl well wateied and feminj bPossessionPrice 15500 Easy term No 712255 acres al will grow hens or tobaco n pike 8 wills Iron Richmond The farm is nearly all in gra s and Is well equipped in ever detail Has an excellent frame houi of ttn iwms good hnrn sand out building stock scales plenty o vat r fUlluig llstrl is This farm is Ii procurer and will pay well on your investment Kny payments 6tl5O rrt spendid land 7j mils north of Richmond in one o tlm richest sections of Ma son c un tyall on a good pike A splendid nKlunce of tight rooms in good n two barns pfrzidld young or 4ehirIlnine home and a good harm PriC per acre 714100 acres unimproved land all in grass 8 milts from town rbi firm is very fertile anti a money maker Puce reasonable and will sold on long tim- eTown Property No lloo Two locI onehalf ncr with elegant bru k residence of tI rooms balh and cellar go d com modious stable poultry house and other outbuildings good gtrden anti some fruit locate on one of the bet lesidense streetd in Richmond price 45oo Terms liberal UINoresidence on a good street near ccithe cltv lot 45x2oo feet instable17desirableNo Ilo2 Twostory brick reUI of ten rooms on West mltreetfront anti Iide perches Inmetatooit1ierfitgoodortradB for farm Inspection Is nr ucSvitedKind N n030n acre lot with rood sixroom nnusu orchard stable aud other outbuildings good garden in A business ndpointn connection irHk thid property 1HarrodsburgRcreR nd and n 10 room brick bargainWater flwuoperty tramIdwelllnlt t nyllie pike one mile from town Price low No 45 A IRrlt Ir roll n lwelllng bIRd Llxlngloi s onxington tionJof th lweIlinfeiC untillfront with dwelling N r on oeIll Them Anantalieeill exchange for town ptnpertr ntJtarrodb11tggy houe crib ant diary Terms easy nt No 159onod e room fenced andtere1 LnVetiotttbiihidtng tnndtikern and outbulldlnlts Price 7i per acreP threelestobaccojL 413 acres blue graaq land well fenced U outildings mileoutnlkIrltabundance of water ml1PRfmme room dwJllntit and 4 room tenant 1ns IndivisionsUarrnthnrlt 1OAthmileofharnRndwatered by pimils wells and springs tnbaernland I good tobacco barn well watered pllImlloutXo 23 acres or first clas land on e B Lantlevel is variousontbulMlngss foamwaterlallroomelling rVlrlandImproVEments fromnnvll1e to aomoulnrodncled barn 1 per acre pikeImprOTemlnla townlmproTments c roomwelling a INo 277 56 unimproved land well fenced No 278 100aces with good improvement 500 bildhngcNo 281 2tl acres of first class land three ofltivationbirns and outbuildings uikeandeomastock barns and two large tobacco bxrns brickdwellingNo 290 4 acres on pike land fertile five outbuhdInsoutandrmdllctlvw11welling tenant honse barn outbuildings No 2I2 37 cressmall tworoom dwelling per acre orTanMlwelling burn and outbuildings Prce low onIetc No 297 22 acres In HaJrodsbnrg withroom dwelling IImbrlandfrtlle well Improved wiih 3 dwellings barn and ontlmilkings No 293 Ill acres good tohncco land ingood state of cultivation good fencing sin hobarnsNo 300 4 aTes with S rnom cottage and bnrnln town limits Price SUOOINo Sit m acres of 4 mile out on good pikeflne location five room dwelling barn etc well fenced and a alered No 305 2 acres and good 6 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Olimrx bldg Richmond K or Rue Curry Harrodsburg Ky For Rent We desire to rent fur tho year W 5 acres of No 1 blue gmss land within me mile of the Court lion Tho louse of four rooms cistern oil Imi jrith room for thirteen cows Their ire two good gardens and never failing jvtiter This place has been used k two years as a dairy Apply to G J White Son Richmond Ky Octo 4t bNo equally great thing can ba made of such slight material as happiness r fItJJ W atcheseA Clocks t S It 4 Cutglass h Alt kinds of Jewelry- andPreciousStones I 4 J J J ttI of very description c These are Some nf the I things to be found at Lanes t yourj f w go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring a hLnflO8If 0fl want anything that t 1 wJtwelryto Lanes He is in these kind of articled L E Lane iJeweler and Optician U CiP51 p IL j bL j0 WATTORNEYSRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTSw ATTORNEYS ANDjuCOUNSELLORS AT LAW eiRICHMOND overPervy D W TRIBBLE boy AUCTIONEER AND the REAL ESTATE AGENT hoYourSatisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND a KY she the Dr G G Perry on had Physician and Surgeon the Hours 810 to a m 2 to 4 p m blResN MI EtleArroxieayALaw BlCHllOND KjUrrCOXjT Office n the Barnam Building next door to mers National Bank feb3ly the A srv- W AN not ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ly ffice over State Bank Trust Co opnosite Court House on Main Street R Burnam A R Burnam Jrc A R BURNAM SONN ATTO RNEYSATLAW- A Ilurnams former office Main UIC11MOXI KT tho B HERRINGTON LAWYERtOffice over Taylors Hardware Store th- honeS82 RICHMOND KYL Dr Fred S Smith Dentist IlobsonRICHMOND KENTUCKY DR LANDMANeHotel Glyndon Wedneslay Nov 8 1905ce all ulUponAs an American citizenstI consider Paracamjjh First Aid to the to be Americas most reliable household remedy I fully believe and willrguarantee Paracamph to be the quickest and surest relieving and healing agent oiruisesan absolute preventive of DloodI for which reason alone it be kept in every home shop or Paracamph heals without lea v ng ugly scars It does not dry and scab but actually heals from the bottom ofuthe wound up Paracamph is unequaledp for the quick gives Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings SoreIFeet Sore Muscles Itching and kin Itching Piles Insect Bites Swell and Inflammations It is superior old fashioned salves and liniments and vaseline for the reason th li when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the seat of the ailment stimulates the circulation removes the congestion and draws out all soreness fever and inflammation by inducing sweating I guarantee bottle of Paracamph to do exactly what is it when applied as directed If used as advised giving the promised results every retail druggist is to refund the money Donttutake any substitute there is nothing AS good as Paracamph Sold only in 25c 60c and 100 bottles y all cood druggists or sent direct EBSpicer General Manager The Para ampb Company Louisville Ky p FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomast vM Blanton- h DENTIST OOfflce In Bennett Building lanly TELEPHONE 196f PUBLIC NOTlCEIJ At a meeting of the City Council held in the City Hall in RIchmonde Ky on Monday September 25 1005 ii was ordered by the Council that WHEREAS it is deemed necessary to incur an indebtedness of Fifteen Thous and Dollars the payment of which Cdltnot be made without exceeding the in come and revenue for this year notice be given of an election bv the quali neil electors of the town to determine whether such indebtedness shall te incurred tTheedness is Fifteen Thousand Dollars aTheis the erection and fitting up ot a iiepCity Hall rhe amount of he raised each year is One Thousand Dollars to constitute a sinking fund 10- 1he Payment of tIle principal and lib cent interest additional upon the- pril1dpaIl1ebt i It is ordered that this notice be pub lished for at least two weeks in soint newspaper of general circulation in Richmond Ky that a poll be opened snd that a vote on the forpcoingprppo iio l e had of the qualified electors I the City at the next general election November 7th 1905 WITNESS my hand tiishe 26th day of September 1005 rDATTEST R TEVIS Mayor I W H WHITE City Clerk PublicSaleHaving Tuesday October 3 1st J905 sell to the highest bidder on the preni ises on the Jacks Creek pike four miles from Richmond the following personalty uiz 3 aged mules 1 gentle lamily extra saddle horse 2 sets of buggy harness 2 brood mara j 2 yearold colt 1 weanling colt j 18 yearold filly a nice team of carriaie mares strictly good 3 good milk cow otne calves about 50 hogs I Chest II white and 1 Berkshire boar 2 Shorthorn cows 2 heifers and bull calf largp enough for service These cattle ate registered and fashionably bred wagons harrows cultivator plows moving na a chine and all kind of gear aUJarbung utensils fonnd on a farm lnpgy car riage buckboard surrey and phaeton a lot of cornand fiddorand some balcil bay As I am leaving the State all t1 my household and kitchen furniture will be sold several handsoino carpet rosewood bed with canopy and ward robe to match stveral handsome bed room sets timing room furniture sideboards bookcases china cfoset extension table chairsja nice rang f and nllneceRrYIlIoV8 Vn stile sever feather beds and bed clothing and l6ts of things too nnmerone to mentlor phietcNEVCLVND JONES Lose Fox CjgNAtLT Aet iil4 w 0 l QMAFJ SAVES EIGHT LIVES KM Frederick Ware of Ansonla Conn line Remarkable BeeIord for Bravery j GIWaree canal near her home and saved Antonio Yankoski fromb watery urave He is the eighth person this bravo woman bits dragged from tho canal during her residence In this city The bad been playing along the steep 10canalwater Hearing tho cries of thoc other children Mrs Ware ran from the use she reached tire bank ho littlea fellow had gone down for the last t time Without a moments hesltaUon Jumped Into the canal Wiira to spot where she saw him rise and to dive for him as he was 1lngS the bottom When rescued tho toy was black In face nnd had swallowed so much water that he went Into convulsions asbittencover Last November Mrs Ware who Is an pert swimmer rescued a boy named James Rich anti a man named Michael p Lane Lane who was engaged In some work on the embankment tumbled Into canal and a number of men armedtwith long poles tried to assist one of them dared to enter the- o d ater Mrs Ware got him out Lane TifraareMrs Ware is extremely modestbout her achievements but ever hpsltatcd to go to the rcscuo When there Is a life at stake SECOND CITY IN WORLD ew York Expects the State Census to Give It That Position When TakedtNew York There Is little doubt thatfStatft rcnsits will show that ewtYork city has a population of A forevast based upon the re i1t 6f the last census indicates at Manhattan Brooklyn together IlI be found to have about 0I the Bronx aboutaQnpcnsl about 200000 and Richmond IIIIPortlonmentn totalINew York may not pass London and become the larcpst city In the vrorlil as Fomb enthusiasts prophesy but It asy the second largest city on the globe having taken that position from during the last few years By Ihe nsus of 1901 Paris had a population of 2174000 It probably has not far If at passed 3000000 Berlin Is growing with greater rela ve rapidity than Paris having a pop ation of nearly 3000000 lint It would a miracle If the German capital out ripped New York during tho next quarter or half century During recent years this city lias Vppn gaining at tho ate of about Hirrp per rent ncr annum The housing nf the yearly addition ofI 100000 to the iwipulnllon of the mptrop ls has born a very difficult problem has been pretty well solved by the multiplication of apartmenthouses With tile completion of tunnels and subways new bridges and new trolley lines a general movement to the sub rte Is expected and probably will take lace tint nearly all of these desirable places are within the limits greater New York TOBACCO BOOM IN TEXAS Uncle Sam Takes a Hand In Making the Industry Profitable in the Lone Star State Washington The department of agriculture is carrying on Investiga- tionS In tobacco growing that promise big returns Small areas are being grown in various parts of the country Connecticut Ohio Ken cky Virginia and Texas One fiveacre plat in Virginia has been made particularly valuable as a demonstration plat Part of Jt was fertilized and planted according to the countryThis an er On another acre by better cul ure and fertilizing the net prodt was 2029 or nearly six times as great as by the old method in Texas the bureau of soils found ighclass tobacco soil In a seaUon Where no tobacco had ever been grriwn Citizens of the community laughed he Idea of growing the crop ther A ew acres were plinjrd by the depart eat and tobacco of such a high grade produced that the net profit amounted to nearly an acre Land own ra look notice at once and will grow tobacco in the future It Is belteved that Ohio will plant more than 700 acres of tobacco this year Two years ago a tenacre tobacco farm was bought In the Miami valley dis rlct It was planted with Cuban seed The crop brought 35 cents a pound or 20 rents more than the kind usually grown lo that section Internal Disorder So to Speak Tunnel disease Is the latest Inflic ion which the advance of civilization bas inflicted upon the human race It tbltInormal persons left ILearning His Lesson The earl of Suffolk who baaan Amer can wife his learned to sing Amer lea wltnoutmaklng a single mis take A commendable accomplish ment truly asserts the Indianapolis News 8Because of the scarcity ot cars soft coal has advanced to 125 a ton at the Pennsylvania mines A woman UJB her hats and her ihopB to serve hei own ends v INDIGESTIONS RECORD I ci liThe but remedy I eats for your dgetIon madam Is GreensAugust Flower IStWw sereralother who pre scrit U regularly Indigestion is making an awful recorL asa cause sudden deaths It ing hetutfailure in its ghastly harvest oryou lead in the papers daily of appa r healthy and even men being suddenlyattacked with acute ititligestic ga meal and their dying in many cases before physician Iw in tocrliisIssufferof indigestion Ifthese unfortunate c tims of acute indigestion had taken a mali ilose of Greens August Plower be fore of after their meals would trot have lIen a prey to wich sudden seizures Ku S t F prevents indigestion by Cscreatiliggooithe liver pitrifiestlie t tke eriure temlJ1 a mated wayT 0 5 2jC aad ac All ill Fc orjC JI etclie i H rs HJgjQES ON SjflKlNQ SJjIP Japanese Maintained Their Xejmta tion for Bravery VJjliW tiie- Mikasa Sank Are mtcablegramfrorn London says The Dally Telegrapn lias received tho of Coilowlng dispatch from Its correspond ent at the Japanese naval baifeatisase e under date of September 13 the thes sage having been delayed In transmls form don of The burning of the battleship Mi kasa was attended by many heroic incl New suotaneous reports of many heavy gtinz thers dull and muffled Immediately after the first of these great sheets of ing flamo seemed to envelop the Ship wason Cithesearchlights upon the scene Thfs conan Generation of light together with thoCglare of the conflagration made it posAn ible to witness many heartrending by Dlywere lowered in all directions The sptpr oftheymany Injuries and succeedet In saving half numerous lives Your correspondent could see thefOI tioroceedingrushed In through atiole In theport side wiNearbyo the KaikokUM anamagen JjAmongnight were those of Lieut Mamakl three unners six sailors ahtf six engineers nglng to the Mikasa and eight or ten corpses of men iron thwahipsHIt Is believed that as easily be repaired the flagship will soon be raised Baron Yamamoto minister of marine has made the following authoritative statement any The burning of the Mikasa is a mat er of great moment The real cause can are be ascertained until the ship Is re or floated Wild rumors In circulation that he incident Is due to discontent In the navy with reference to the peace terms are as absurd as they are false Such a thing Impossible In a disciplined navy Yesterday a conference of naval officers assembled at my residence andall at- greed that an accident must be the cause i have appointed a commission at the head of which Is Vice Admiral Mtsii to investigate the calamity also the conduct of the captain and second In command toThe findings will be made public The Mlkasas guns are now being re moved from the ship preparatory to rals lag her PARALYSIS AFFLICTS DIVERSb Makes Them Helpless Outof Water i But Doesnt Affect Them While In It to Divers paralysis said the second mate proves homeopathy to be a fact Homeopathy says that like cures ft like FoT instance If you have a fever take something that produces a fever and you will recover Well divers paralysis backs up this claim The disease afflicts the pearl divers of Ceylon and the sponge divers of the Mediterranean It attacks only the best men the ones who go down deepest and stay the longest and it is supposed to be caused by the swift changes from one pressure of water to another that the diver undergoes when he pops up to the surface This paralysis makes the diver quitep helpless out of water Yet under it disappears altogether The water d causes divers paralysis The water intia truly homeopathic manner takes every vestige of the disease awaycTo the oyster beds of to the sponge fisheries of the Mediter Vatican many of the best divers are carried like Infants Helpless as logs theyo 3tillIn Ceylon the pearl diver is carried to the boats edge he sits there bis lands thishe rolls awkwardly Into the walertAnd the Instant he disappears agility returns to him and as easily as a ody would dive five feet after a white stone he dives over a hundred feet after t the hidden pearlso Wfth is the same story Only since he holdsha heavy stone in his arms to bdown to the bottom he must be carried to tile boats side and dropped over bod ily fhejie paralytics are llkfc fish awk ward helplesbflOpphnhfdOjill hbout thedeck but the moment Q toss them overboard away they dart quick grAce- ful dolphiniike Size of the Sun We sometimes see a huge ring Or ll halo around the moon occupying a space in the heavens so large that 90 moons breadths would but just suffice to span it Yet the body of the sun would fill all that space ere we had approached within 2000000 miles of him Once on his apparent surface were we permitted to travel thereon and with the speed of an express train It wouldrequIre live whole years ofa continuous journeying before We could make the circuit of his orb Genuine Article HerAnd you really think you lovep me do you HImLove you Why I believe I could love you even if you were my wife Chicago Dally News Sisterly Comfort ElsleI wish I were a man- MaudYes with all your money youd be quite a catch then wouldnt youtAlly Sloper GOT HIS UMBRELLA BACK Highly Improbable ptory But It la VoucTfed For as 3eln tict1yTrue You may not believe it yourself but the following story Is vouched for by a i offlcehtflder says the Phila delphia Telegraph Recently tile pastor of a colored church in a nearby city lost his umbrel la on a rainy Sunday It was taken probably by one of the congregation Just before the service ended The fol lowing Sufaday the past r announced that the text he hadselectedwas the eighth commandment Thou shall not steal Prlbr to beginning his dis course the dominie laid his thick sermon book aside with the remark that before he begafl e would like to say a few words to his flock Thtis what he said s My dear brothers and sisters and there were about 150 of them listening to him you distinctly remember thaIt last Sunday was a rainy day did raft hard Ill admit but what I want to refer to js that cUe member of this congregation entered my roOm and confiscated my umbrella arid up to to day has hot had the gooilness to return 1L In the event of another rainy Sun day I might have use for that umbrella- Now I want that umbrella back and as the person who tok it Is well known to me and Is sitting among you this IcmorningFurthennoie will say that if that um brella is not placed in fropt of mj house before daylight tomorrOW morn I rig next Sunday I stall announce tile nanteof tho person who took IUromithJspulpit- Ip He then continued With an hotirs dis 01coursesteal and the l went o big home Tfce aitOriRg wbea hetwokt thee eLl1 wereI ni CALIFORNIA COFFEE CLUBS Scheme for Cutting Down the Saloon Business RasB nsuc- ceIsfnU Some time ago the California town San Diego started a coffee club to afford a place of entertainment and recreation where no Intoxicating liquors or cigars or tobacco In any should be sold and the success the enterprise has been in every way satisfactory and gratifying reports the York Times A private company rted the institution and It was pro that no profits should be divided whatever accrued being continuously capitalized with the vlew of establish other houses of like kind A sec d one htis been opened in the same y and there are similar places ins Angeles Santa Clara Petaluma ti Dake fiEld They are all success l financially and socially In Los geles the two club rooms are visited from 1000 to 1509 persons dally It sts about 2OQO to launch a club but ce going it pays its own way and ospers becoming In time the parent others It Is estimated that the sa on business has been cut down one In the towns named is possible that California has und out an expedient for the promo n of temperance more efficient than one whIch Maine thought she had scovered a generation or so ago but In late years does not seem to with Its pristine smoothness At y rate the initial success of the Pa Ic coast experiments Is gratifying d promising giving sign that it may t be unworthy of trial elsewhere THE SELFCONSCIOUS MAN- e Is the Fellow Who Imagines Others Are Always Thinking About RIm In every large work there Is usu one man who has forever lurking about his person the idea that others doing him that his associates his competitors are continually putting the knife in his back He sees vslions and dreams dreams is suspicious of everyone Usually the trouble Is that he is tricky himself and naturally thinks others arefears he Is being trapped his own game Sometimes the trouble Is aupersensltlveness or over consciousness I once knew a man Who was afflicted that way says a Writer in the Business Mens Maga tine He told me his experience and told me how ho overcame his weakness He said I used to imagine verybody was thinking and talking about me but one day a great light dawned I found that I was simply thinking and talking about myself 0businesswas haunting myself There is much in the Idea Attend your own business Smother sus picions do not nurse them You think Jones and Smith are working up a l bpnspiracy against you when id fact a hunt for Fodontthe case Prom WORLDS DRUG STORE Prom From Region in California Where Mineral Products Abound in Fabulous Quantities The drug store of tho universe is Death valley California whose mys terious and forbidding 30000 acres of borax nitrate of soda and salt and de osits of unfathomable value are promised a stampede of moneyseekers 15uringre region seems to be a vast chem ical laboratory wherein nature has compounded and stored millions of tons of crude drugs Fabulous quantities of galena are iled up in the recesses of the valley ne vein recently discovered being 0 feet wide and containing ore that 7unsMany such ledges in silver have been fpund and numerous tests havo shown e ore to bo worth from 3000 to a ton The nitre wealth of he valley is enormous and If mar keted at current rates would as estimated 1000000000 Ono expertr aid if this field could be Ca ould supersede Chill as a producer f this staple The stretchea of borax like snow fields and are most azardous to cross for under the thin shell of salts lie fathomless depths of ttolsonous waters All human life is 2 maintained at great peril la this acrid 2 Chemically charged atmosphere and 82 6 i Under a temperature which ranges in Summer from 115 to 140 degrees I 120 Fo Keep Works of Watch Clean Open the front case of watch and with a soft match cut chiselshape ate end rub a little vaseline all rounl IHE seat of the case where the lid fits Close the front open the back and treat in the same way Only a very small quantity Is required Just enough to grease it thoroughly all round This ill make your case dust and waterproof at those points At the end of two or three months open the case and If much dirt has collected take match cut in the same way and scrape It all off clean and give It an other coating of the vaseline This is the only known plan to keep a PirfectlyBrowns Triumph SmithBrown told me some time ago that he had been aching to fight Green for more than a year Jones Well they actually fought one day last week So And the result Brown Is still aching Chicago a Daily ewsiWHEN GIRLS MARRY GREEKS 4 They Should Have the Ceremony Performed by a Greek Priest Young women of America who desire to marry Greeks should exercise the utmost care according to advice given by George Horton the American consul at Athens who in a communication to the state department says it is very easy for a Greek to marry in this country and then to return home and mars ry there again Marriages performed by any other than a Greek priest ore itnotcases have come before Consul Horton of Greeks deserting their AmericanI wives returning to their Greece and marrying a native He says however that It Is only a low class Greek who would do this Mr Horton says For a Greek who wearies of his fam ily If he has not been married accord ing to the Oriental church emancipa tion Is easy safe and simple He hasI nothing to do but come back to his native land and marry again For the deserted family there is no remedy but the prevention Is easy Every American woman contemplating mar rlago with a Greek should insist that the ceremonw be performed by a repur table Greek priest The New Hat Is my hat on straight she asked him He looked at her headgear ladumb amazement I ditHBO he answered When Its straight It looks crooked and when its ereofcwl It looks stralf kf Ctera lat TfMt Deahc I a 1 CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality 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 is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and September to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY Nw44 tiiillc k Atlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND r mbyvUleand Cincinnati Irvine and Iltattyvillo 631 ami r Irvine ailS Beatty vllle 1205 p nv TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Louisville Lexington and lltfSam Cincinnati Mttr m Ileattyville and Irvine 30 p m Beatty vllle and Irvine 733 pm U R SMITH Q F A PA- Versailles Kv 1tA Woolnms OtticeGlyndon tlintel llchmond KT L 1 1 1m T ilth- Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox Lv 45 p m ville EXVess south bound 1255 pm No 2 Knoxville Clnnati 155 p m Express north bound 200 pm No 4 Knoxville o Cinnati 405 a us Express north bound 410 am No t Knoxville Cinnati llMpm Express south bound U9 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 a m yule Accm north bound ClOam No Stanford and Slays 20 p m yule Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernon Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthiana and 94tam Stanford cxp south 1250 pm 350 p m No 33 north bound 3 O p m tikt liciiiti R iIy Tile Midland Route LICAL TIMETABLE KY CEN niAL n n POINTS 0p 6 sOuL Frankfort Alt 257 P ajA Georgetown A 9 40 6 25 p PIU Purls- Winchester L 850a512p- i alA L 7 19 ii 2 41 p 15 9 Maytrille L o 45 a 15 p sIp 824111Cynthlana I 5 12 p p L 7 20 a 55 p 0 p 30 a A Cincinnati L 255p QEO II HARPER C W HAYS Presaid Oen Supt 0 P A MOST REFRESHING DRINK IS THE WORLD gAt ill Saloon Groceries Cafes and Stands a So- ttiePuMic Sale Having sold my farm I will soil at nblic Sale to the highest and best bid er DIY Stock Crop and Farming Implements ON Thurd Oclotsr 25 11 t 10 oclock A Mon the premises at aint Lick Garratd County Kj which consists of the following to wit Cows and Calves 2 twov arold HeifersCYearlinir Heifers 1 Yearling Hull 30 Hogs extra Saddle Horse 2 Saddle Coils 3 Brood- Mares 4 threeyearold Mules broke j 8 twoyear old AInles broke 15 Year liiK extra Rood I Mule Colt Jack 15 Immlca inches extra good 1 extra Saddle Stallion Farming Im consisting of two Wairuiis one Binder Mowers fultivntors Plows and Plow Gear Hay Rakes one Carriage about 350 barrels of Corn anil about 10 tons of Haled Hay Mr Ii W Walker will offer at the ame time and place 14 head of Kegiar Shorthorn Cattle three males and eleven females from the herd of J G Rohsns h Sons of Horace Indiana TERMS made known on iav of Bale JOHN B PAUKE LONG TOM CIIENAUCT Auct Farm For Sale My farm of 200 acres in Eetill county on the Kentucky River 3J miles north east cf Collece Hill this county School house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue grass clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never failing springs and a No 1 well in the yard Apply for terms to- RGEngle Richmond Ky Floe Chickens For bale I have for sale some extra nice full b coded Whitman strain Single C mb Brown Leghorns cockrells and pullets which can be had until tile supply Is exhausted coekrells 00 and pullets 75 cents Also a few pure bred Franks Barred Plymouth Rock Cockrells 100 each For further particulars call on or address MRS CLARK Rick R F D Ko 3 Rfcfaffload Ky octMt w B KNISKERN- p T 25 C NW Ry Chicago Iii Please mxii free to m address California booklets maps sad full particulars concerning rates and train service I EVERYDAY From SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 LOW RATESTO Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and Brutish Columbia VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RY The Comfortable Way Excellent opportunities to make a home of your own or to engage in any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES Fuse St Paul TO Minneipob udll From Duluth Chiciso Hinsdale Mont 1800 2800 Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena KalispellWhitensh intermediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Wenatchee Wash Femie B Q Kootenai points Spokane and inter mediate points 2250 3050 Seattle Everett and Puget Sound points 2500 3300 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US FREE We will send you absolutely free illustrated descriptive bulletin of Minnesota North Dakota Mont ia or Washington Name the one want Gives you complete in formation about the opportunities and resources of these starts For further information address Pasienger Traffic Department Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J COSTELLO Genl Immigration Agent Genl Industrial Agent 220 Clark Chicago St Paul Minn Sj Stj Reduced Rates Coming OneWay Colonist Rates to CaliforniaWashington Montana Wyoming Nevada Utah LOWEST EVER MADE Tickets on Sale September 1 5TO October 31 Complete your Plans Now Write for Illustrated Booklets and Folders GEO H LiE H I McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O 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 11 then and there in black and white prove that ho rj could you would think that he was right We will prove to you that v have a Ternedy for Turkeys and Chickens el that we guarantee to cure Cholera Limberneck and Roup or your money hack for the asking Save your Turkeys 1and Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy 4Price50 cents delivery charges prepaid EarmersV Commission Co Leafogtqn Kentucky 1jV JfcJE E Y noofFtirSeoson This will be the most important display of Fine Furs we have yet attempted in our famous establish ment Here every woman can find something to her own personal desireArtistic Furs Exclusive style creations and exquisite color schemes may be seen in great profusion We remodel andre pair old furs to look like ne1 A call will convince you I IM LowenthalFay- ette Phone 1 1G2 Wholesale and Retail I MANUFACTURING FURRIER 222 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky L Price J 6 cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY LIIR Blunton L Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cement and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY l The florist Albert Agent for Honakers Flowers Telephone J88 eoa Xs ot3 when the cold weather comes and soon will be the burning quostion all youifwith SVsVv SeVVveo OY a 1 Qoa at the low prices that are now vailing We aronlsabeadqiiartera for Kanawha Salt Plaster Cement Lime and Food of all kinds Lifak ana lit Office and Yard at L N Depot ror Rent A cottage on High street recentlv occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth rower Buy you Seed Wheat from W1U novl Estray hogs Two shoat one black and one red weight about 65 lbs came to my place a month ago and have since been cared lor by the undersigned Owner can have same by calling and paying charges H M SNYDER c4 4t Edneyburg Ky tor Sale 1 = Six male hogs and six silts extra good Poland China wniqht about 100 pounds For further particulars call on or address- G J WHITE EON octlltt Richmond Ky Estray Estrayed from Foxtown about a week ago n weanling calf part Jersey Any information as to whereabouts of calf will be thankfully received R A HA- nmstfCleveland Ky 8 JIunaooQO SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Trya Diamond Edge Ax pleasurebutit may be made less by the use ofanax that is made right Try a Diamond Edge worth every cent it coSts d 412 Wilk Baxter 412 PaperPaints I have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago tho largest manufacturers of the best WALL youtonot in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEast Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price r I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 25 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For Representative R W MILLER For Bounty Judge tN B TURPIN For County Attorney- R H CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For JailerreBUCK For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS jJOHNFor oroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF Mayor larence E Woods hid of Police J H AUniannouncilmen W S Richard McrveeT T ovlncton G W Gates J A Mershon Jennings Mau pin Police JudgeJennings Greenleaf Ity AttorneyT H ohms- MagistrateJames Dykes onstableL M Scrivner ANNOUNCEMENTe We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistrial District sob ject to action of the Democratic partyB Attention Farmers I have received two carloads of the celebrated Page fencing the best thats made Before contrncting for fencing oi any description it will prove to your advantage to get my prices tf JT OY Kirksville Ky Mystery Deepens Mystery deepens as to why so many millions persist in suffering from such fearful inflictions as dyspepsia constipation etc when they could so easily get rid of everyone of their troubles by a few doses of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Have todaySoldIf100 Money back if it fails Fire at Johnsonville Anderson coun tydestroyed property worth S7500 Full of Tragic Meanings are these lines from J II Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if ho had not taken the medicine about which ho writes I hada fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothirgwould relieve it until I took Dr Kings Ne v Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completelycured me Instantly relieves and pcrma neatly cures all throat and lung dis eases prevents grip and pneumonia At R C Stocktons druggist guaranteed 50c and 00 Trial bottle free The modern girl would rather have a rough diamond than none at all New Cure for Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Bucklcns Arnica Salve Jas Walters of Duflield Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for years that seemed incurable till Bucklens Arnica Salvo healed it and now it is perfectly well Guaranteed cure for cuts and burns 25c at II C Stocktons drug ftorc Love for the law is the safeguard of liberty Made a Ht When Dr W B CaliUell the sage of Monticello first prt ci ibed his great remedy for indigestion constipation and biliousness now known as Dr PepsinItsan instant hit Since then it has been used all over the wormtsd has never failed to duplicate its tirst successes Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails Many a man has drowned his selfre spect in whisky Plans to Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break down due to dyspepsia or con stipa KingsNewmaterials which are clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At R C Stocktons drug store 25c guar anteed The prudent man opens his eyes antI shuts his mouth Consumptives Made Comfort able byFoleysconsumpivebdisease in tuo t itvanced stages but if Foleyhoneystop the rackii cough and soothes the inflamed air passages giving them a chance to tnui and even in the advanced stages it always gives comfort and relief A A Hurron of Finch Ark writer Foluys Honey and Tar is the best pr paration for coughs and lung trouh c I know that it has stagessold I The Shah of Persia says that the French seem to have saltpetre in their veins the lUitisli beer and the Japan ese camphorucd ehimotose Dont Borrow Trouble anythingn possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary and worn out dlspepsiablliousness ilar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Electric Bitters Here you will lied sure and permanent forgetfulness of all your troubles and you r body will not bo burdened by a load of debt disease At R C Stock tons drug store Price 50o Guar nntecd If Mr Rockefeller can convince the coal barons tha there are things better than more motley Retting he will have done the country a real service Life Is Embittered Life is too often embittered by the grievous pains and suffering caused by dyspepsi in one or other of its many forms No other dIsease covers such a vide range of symptoms or causes such varied suffering to Its headaehedizzinesspation fever etcall are due to this one dreadful disease No wooder that thousonds are so enthusiastic over the CaldwcWlaxative t curefryttI SOo and lOO Hoaey b cklf it falls t 7 SI i A Prominent Trainman Tho many friends of G H Hansen presentlivingknow of bis recovery kidney disease He says I was cured by using Foleys Cure which 1 recommend to all especially to trainmen who are usually similarly afflicted Sold by R C Stockton Lots oi men put more money on the horses than on their wives As another evidence that It is trivIaing to reach American standards sia reports a bad train wreckliThe Originald originatedHOlleymedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substi to offered as no other preparationj ill give the same mildly faxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons Sold by R C Stockton Never give up hope Even the nia ed man has a fighting chance Being a relative of a life insurance president appears to be among the profitable of professions Presidential Election Will Make No ChangeeNo matter which candidate is- lected Felejs Honey and Tar wi1 remain the peoples favorite remedy for coughs colds and incipient con sumption It cures colds quicky and revents pneumonia A J Nusbaum Ind writer I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared me some medicine and a physician prescribed for me yet 1 did not improve I then ried Foleys Honey andTar and eight doses cured me Sold by R C Stocktcn Eaybe Castios proud Castillialit blood will not permit him to one oi the Plebeian Americans What we didnt know about the bifj insurance companies a short time ago would fill a book of considerable size Family Skeleton Many a persons family skeleton is a state of weak digessive organs in herited from careless ancestors The skeleton can be laid to rest by Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Better do so at once otherwise it will og you daily and keep you in con tant misery and in danger from Pepsinistion headache and biliousness Try it Sold bv Perry Thomas at oUc anti 100 Money back if it fails New Orleans is brightening up al th ugh it isnt nearly so yellow as it was Some of our problems will solve them selves but they will give UB a great deal more trouble than if we solve themPuck SMS l Paulina Richards by Ac Pills against Lena Lanter p DaftsJ EquityBy r of Sale of tuB Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the undersigned will on TnunQ Y NOV mDr nQ 1Q between the hours ol 10 oclock a in and 12 oclock in on the promises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing 991 acres more or less in Madison county Ky on the waters ol the Kentucky River known as the Hiram Shearer place There is upon said land a large frame dwelling hougi and two splendid barns and the neces sary outbuildings and a splendid orchard of about four cres Said laud Is sold for the purpose of relnvestnienl Possession will be given January 1st t 1906 with the right to purchaser to seeding this fall The right to haul the todder of said land and get oilier agricultural products off of the farm and feed the fodder down lor any stock is reserved until February 15 190 TERMS Sale will be maio on a credit of cix nnd twelve months The purchaser will le required to give bond with npi iiiv l security tor the pay bent of tIe purchase money to have Tugmenibeariiig Ii sale with a Lien reserved upon said yisoctlS 3t M Oi M C C Dmmi ion r S ala Cricket Terrill Coyle c PlfTs ajalDstCharlie 0 DeUs Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of the Madison Oiruuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 1905 in the above style cause the un designed will on ItYJ4th 1Q J at the boar of 1000 oclock a m ou the premises in Madison county KV proceed to expose to Public Sale to followinjA Certain Tract or Parcel of Land lying jnst East of Richmond Ky on the Irvine Turnpike road containing 252 09 acres and known as the N Jt Ternll home place and bounded as Inflows On the Noith bv the lsn Is of H R Dilliiiflinnir nn the East l y lands of C F Chenault Sx on the on LthedIanlh use with nil necessary oiitbuildings 8 i t farm is in splendid repair and one of the most fertil in the county For a snore particular description of game reference is here made to the Judg ment of sale and exhibits on file in the shove case Said land will be first offered for sale in separate parcels ac cording to exhibit No 2 and thou as a whole and sold the way producing the Srtrihutiondecd possession to hegiven January 1st 1906 with the priv ytimeent tenants till 15 1900 to agricufturepiodoctsTERMSSale on a creditor six and twelve months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the of the IIhearingsale witha LIen reserved upon Paid ProPerty until kil the PUrchase mono y is paid 8H THORPEi octlSSt MCfMOC P arnASTORSalary Too port Elev n Members oyTPamlly In Com j Portable Wiryte whLancasterlu ipgcam for thq proper support of his fam suivl l1a Unl Brethren minister has resumed his 1ld trade of blacksmlthlng an dr works at It while hbt engaged InThrs regular ministerial duties He ves that a good blacksmith has a lger income than a great many reachers and he has verified his be OrMrof edge tools Shd when he wks confronted with the necessity of providing more means for his family he decided to offer his services to the contractors who are constructing the n ew Pennsylvania railroad through Lancaster o 7 coWhentheir 20toot to6is they gave Ile aor w lspagesthe20 a week Expert Idol dressers arthhard to find and the contractors I amlisure would sooner pay me four a day than let me gopBefore J be ah o tofb reladsmithmoUths to feed In my family and I was obliged to change my occupation beCause I cant feed 11 people and send children to school on preachp rs pay- LOSES HIS BRIDE AT ALTAR Girl Leaves the GroomtoBe Waiting Elopes with Cousin and Is Married Mount Pleasant Tenn Tho fickle lit tie god of love played havoc with the hymeneal arrangements of some of Mount Pleasants young lovers recently W 1IL White superintendent of the Central Phosphate company armed with the written sanction of the mother the two girls secured from the coun y court clerk at Columbia a double license providing for the marriage of himself and Miss Battle Stockard and Millard Freeman and Miss Lulu Stock ard all the parties being from Mount Pleasant At the appointed hour with thelov ing couples on the floor the waiting minister ready to pronounce the solemn words that should make two out of four one Mr Chappel whispered In Miss Bet ties ear that Charles Freeman a cou sin of Millard wanted to speak a few words with her She tripped lightly a and out of the door and stepping into the buggy where the dauntlers Chariep awaited her they drove rapidly away leaving the message behind that they were goIng after a license of their own Sure enough they went to Pulaski were duly married and returned Meantime the threefourths so rudely shocked and sundered indefinitely postponed their fractional happiness and are now endeavoring to cash In a useless double license It Is generally understood they will draw straws for the remaining girl AN INFANT STOWAWAY Beats Passage Acrosc Ocean from Italy His Mother Being In the United States New YorkThe youngest stowaway on record was on the steamer Cltta di Mllano after that steamship left Naples There were 1485 steerage passengers When a woman found threeyearold Raffaelo Zaccarina cry- Ing for his supper and thought hi mother had lost him she gave him Inthink a The days passed and nobody claimed the boy Pinned to his clothing was found a note giving his name addressed to SIgnora Zaccarlna New Haven Conn and reading I send you the boy as promised Then the purser declared Rafaello to- be a stowaway but the little chap who has blue eyes and curly hair was assigned to a stateroom and a stewardess was ordered to care for him On the arrival of the ship he was turned over to the Ellis Island officials He cannot be deported If his mother lives hero FIVE DAYS WITHOUT WATER Six Negroes Are Locked for Nearly a Week In Car Loaded with Cabbages Philadelphia With nothing to eat but raw cabbage and without a drop of water for five days six colored men from Charleston W Va were rescued from a freight car li the Pennsylvania railroad yards at Thirtysecond and Market streets One of the party told their story We were all working on the railroad the man said loading the cars When we finished our days work wo were so tired that we lay down In the car where the cabbages were I do not know how long we slept but when wo awoke we found the car locked and we were moving We kicked and banged on the car door but could get no answer Every time the train stopped we tried to attract the attention of persons outside by knocking on the car door but we had no luck till we got here We were all about ready to give up when the police opened the door Real Necessity A California man claimsto have perfected an Invention which will enable people to travel 200 miles an hour What the world really needs Is an Invention that will keep things from getting on the track TURTLE HAS mSTORYI REPTILE WAS PET OF UTOIAN PRINCESS COO YEARS AGO Shelled Monster with Hieroglyphics- on Back Is Caught in Minnesota Find Cross Embedded io Tortoise CoveringS Le Sueur MinnThe largest turtle ever caught in the Minnesota river anywhere near here was landed rc cently half a mile south of town by Harry Thurman and it develops that tho gigantic reptile must have had a romantic history and at some time In the dim past must have been the plaything or curio of an Indian or smound builder prince or princess The upper shell or carapax was a little less than three feet long and a little over two feet wide aDdas soon as the animal was caught it was observed that there was a strange appearance as of a cross on the shell ItcrossIng IIInchesside being slightly the shorter Young Thurman killed the tortoise and then cut Into the cross on the bethorefind that the knife struck oh metal slightly below the surface and on full Investigation being made It was bytheof gold which had been fastened to the edges of the turtles shell undoubtedly more than 200 years ago when the tur Indlcateilbytheyears that have elapsed since then the shell had gjpwn over the efcaiaaH oOvered It ujp Ut sII k II J aJJJfT c Ioutsldeotat the jpdges where it was attached more than two centuries ago In the center ere the chains cross both are las ned Jo n small medallion of gold on ich Is engraved the proflleof a womangre buurmanrlo to the State Historical society TEETM NOT BONES AT ALL looymeSaysDecent Address faiLondonesham professor of medicine in the use of ap address at the Polytechnic Res nt street on The Evolution and Degeneration of the Teeth remarked that while the bones of man and animals had decayed greatly dtirlng the last CQOO or 7000 years the teeth had been reserved in a much better ndition Ipisedt9 find that when the teeth ot e lower jaw departed there was very w Thatphysiognomy Referring to the fact that the crocodile had an animated othpick in the form of a bird which moved foreign matter the lecturer the lesson of the necessity of attending carefully to the cleansing of the teeth and recommended attention them at night as being more Im orant than in the morning TOWN UPHOLDS FLIRTING Vinton Iowa Punishes Girl WhoRe sents Smile of Citizen and Sets a Custom j VInton la Vlnton has officially et its stamp df approval upon a man flirt ing with a goodlooking girl and hereafter any young lady who resents the admirations of a man by physical demonstration will have to suffer the penalty which has already been exem pllfiedlnss Olive Evans a pretty young woman of 21 years Is the first to bAbeat with an umbrella A U Manwell one of the most respected citizens of the community He caused her arrest She was arraigned before a justice of the peace and there claimed that Man well had looked at her with a mean- Ing blink of his eyes The prosecuting witness said there was no harm in his unconscious blink and the young woman accordingly was tined three dollars and costs with the admonition that she should not resent with physical force admiration for her ersonal charms ODD INDIAN TERRITORY ACT Foreign Corporations Have Little Chance to Win Their Suits In Western State InMuskogeethe court of the western district has rendered a decision which will affect nearly every foreign corporation doing business In Indian territory The case Is that of the T H Rogers Lumber company which had brought suit against A S McRae to collect for ma ferlal furnished by the company to build 3rneythat the company is a foreign corporation and had no one at South McAIester to represent It as required by Jaw Judge Raymond sustained the point and dismissed the suit Under the Arkansas law which governs Indian territory a foreign oorpor atlon which wishes to do business in Indian territory must have a repre sentative In the town where the Incor poration papers were tiled upon whom service may be had If the corporation falls to do this all Its contracts are void in suits brought upon them Huge Petition The famous Chartist petition of 1848 presented by Feargus OConnor was said to contain no fewer than 5706000 signatures So hopeless seemed the task of counting these names that the public petitions committee actually dl rected a clerIc to take a yard measure count the number of signatures itthe yard and then by ascertaining number of yards in the petition make a jough calculation of the total num- bEr of name- sGETTING BACK TO NATURE Creature Comforts Which Put the Provisions of Civilization to the Blush Yes sir said the dried beef millionaire relates Judge I have found that what those fellows say about a reo turn to nature is all right My country place is just making a new man oft tie There I am surrounded by the works of nature on every side and the effect haS not been less than wonderful Where Is your country Place Out where there used to be that sandy common I have brought trees from 50 miles away and planted em I have had an artificial lake made I have sodded that whole sand dune I have electric lights or gas lamps scattered everywhere I have shut the surf away with a tenfoot breakwater Ive got awnings to keep the sun off you as you loaf there and fancy hedges to break the winds force Ive got a tank 40 feet square where the water is heated or cooled to suit the bathers tate There are electric fans out on the lawn for hot days and steam heat can be turned on in all the summer houses when the days are chilly Theres nothing that the mind of man or the Ingenuity of human hands can compass that Ive not got there to make life comfortable Come out some day and get made over I tell you dear boy you fellows who work the whole year around here in the city dont know what you miss Come out with met and learn how much communion w old Mother Nature will do to set you up r UNDER THE MICROSCOPE Dead Insects of Minute Proportions Are Discovered in Dried TeaLeaves A botanist adjusted a delicate micro scope and asked a friend to peep through Why exclaimed the tyro it looks IIke a railway wreck You are looking at the remains of a caterpillar said the botanist and he withdrew the slide and put another in its place This looks like a battlefield said the tyro It is only the remains of a moth a slug and a fly came the answer thebotanist packetrgrows on byhandbush after rosebush mile after mile of their leaves The native pickers work fast They pick as many as 25 pounds of leaves a daya bundle bigger than a man Now the tea plant is the prey of inhasteleaf or to wash It tor he works as we say by plece work The picked leaves are dried OB charcoal fires They shrivel under the Ongthenchangeto tte ordinary eye like leaf fogg meat But under tfce remarkedHkiMeetlralIw l r 1 ID Y UWAIT A BQMt1 If furnish ontany isinessons If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you are king forwhat size what improve ats where located how much you willing to invest and any other pprtinent information We have ms of nil sizes character and prices we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you ono of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co RE YOUNG SnPres Lebanon Ky NEW YOR- KCLIPPER IS THE REATEST I SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy OCts ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Lid ALBERT BORIS PUBLISHERS K4Jt J 47 IS Situ Sr1JwYou Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed Call and get prices efore purchasing anything in t line We will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky Phone 184gets the best C 0 ALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtainable go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peoI pie who sell 0Xe Gak Caxuvd lXOa S Xcc- akkXa 1 all guaranteed to give satis factionand we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone J 84 Yard Aspen av PIANOS We are always glad to have the pub HighGradeArtistic Enthusiasm behind the manufacture and sale of Mason Hamlin Hazelton Deckers llamas Bros Kingsbury Armstrong Marshall Wendell and the other lending makes weliandle There is a professional pride in our association with these delightful instru raenta Come in and hear them elnf their own praises string instruments that voice the heartbeats of Sentiment Love Joy Passion Mirth Sadness a warmth ami depth of feeling that echoes faith fully every mood of human emotion The Worlds Pianos are Here Also a Fine Line of Organs O t3rO m 1tse eO 14G16S Vest Yam Street Lexington Kentucky OLD JOE WUISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop juran teed to be pure It is of old style mara facture No- BETTER can he found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished2cnictly to Family 10 vear old in jugs I00 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5II si ajugs 250 5 0 bottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er oovlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Stre- etPublic Sale As executors ol the estate of John D Harris deceased we will on Saturday Oct 21 05 at the hour of 2 oclock p m sell at auctioll on the remises the following lots located in Richmond Kyviz Two Houses and Lots 3i feet fronting on Water street next to Episcopal chursli pioperty These houses are very comfortable and con tedilltwo III six and twelve months with interest from day of sale for which notes with cood security from day of sale wilt be required T J Curtis SH Stone CMCayA4tI t 7rHm yJffi THE + Country+ Ill x Store + IN TOWN + + BY FOR + ICASHIi y SELL FO- RCASH I We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware ffi- M Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies 7f a Road Carts etc In fact most every article Wused on farm or in kitchen 71 Rm4our CASH PRICE makes goods very low when compared with the credit system tI IWESELL THE J5 ncuuurg IlJ F1a + the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofingetc 71 NtiXTry1Country Meal Cheap 3K RN i Poultry Eggs Hides f+ i and FfhI i Colyer Bros m + Phone 237 Main Street 8 IPJCHMOND KY 1 y f 7F Fi F 7 Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad 3800LOUISVILLE California Oregon Correspo dingly low rates to other points in the west and northwest daily to October 3 1 1905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first and third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper caily Louisville to Hot Springs Art Only line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative The South is not a new country Market anti shipping facilities are adequate and first class The climate Is mild and favor frprictsponlbl1l1leundersignedF W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky VIY NAME IS TIIIJRMAP On Sausage Row And Buys WAIT FOR White Gibsons BIG OPENING All the latest styles in Ladies and Misses Cloaks Furs and Capes Uptodates ladies forgetiliedde October 21stSee our line of Cravenette Rain Coats which we are now showing White Gibson YE OLDEREbIAEtE SHOP T dL r r hZ fl 4 i J LTTin irr1g Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them m neyJWe are making fall buying popular Let depC R HigginsTele- phone 232 s The Richmond Climax n WEDNESDAY 0T i5 19O Next Tuesday will be Halloween Louisville is to have a new S250 000 tlieatre Lexington hopes to be burnin natural gas by Christmas Dont fall to see Kermlss at tIp Grand Opera House next Monday night Uncle Buck and Cousin Pleas arl going so last they are burning tin wind Boarding house by Wines Druid Store for rent Apply to Mrs A C Buchanan ocl25 3i Rlsewhere in this isue appears tin annual report of the P A C Infirmary Association The Young Womans Missionary Circle of the Christian Church will hold its Annual Bazaar Dee 10th ocUS2ttHelp in a worthy cause by going to Slfl Ksrmiss Adnission 60 cents for lower floor and 35 rents for gallery Conrad Davis sold 15 acres of land including dwelling fr tOO to J W Masters of Richmond Valley View Argent A protracted meeting will begin next month at the Baptist churchand will be conducted by Rev Dr Martin of Louisville Uncle Buck Johnson would make an ideal Jailerand ho is coing to an iciel Jailer His majority will re quire three figures to tell it Root Gull aged 30 years died last Wednesday night in the county jail where he had been incarcerated thai Hlternooii on a charge of drunkenness Mrs M F Arbuckles B P Rocks are still the best Pullets all sold 30 cockerels at from 00 to S500 each Address Silver Creek Kentucky oil It Phone 31 Kirksville Consign your cattle sheep and hoLes to Rabenstein Harris Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio suit receive highest market price oc 4 4m W S Noinus Meeting at the Methodist Church among the tUjc to be diecueeed byI the pastor K M Hill aie The 1m p nance ol a Revival1Hew Shall Eeape If Ve Neglect So Great Salva lion What Must I do to he Saved and What Constitutes Conversion If ever your Cousin Pleas was pleased it was when a crowd of Republicans in a certain section of the county told hint nothingon earth could pull them away from his support And this sentiment is abroad and nono the less determined in other localities It moans Broaddus by 700 majority An accident occunvd last Wednes lay on the L and N near Pittsburg The through passenger train horn Cin cinnati to Knoxville was thrown from the track and every coach save the chair car was derailed The engineer Will Monson and the fireman Blaine Lslie were both scalded but not seriously Nil other injuries were re ported One of the most noteworthy attrac tions of the season will be Wedded and Parted which Messrs Sullivan Harris Woods the largest producers of melodrama in the world announce at the Grand next Thursday evening Thb lines of the play tell an effective story from a melodramatic standpoint strong in theme clean in morals and slartlin in novelty The play is bu recently from thin pen of Mr Theodore Kreiner and is regarded as one of his best efforts An excellent company has ben engaged to enact the many inter eating diameters and the scenic eqiipmvnt is entirely adequate The play is particularly pleasing to thf feminine portion of the theatre going public by reason of a remarkably strong child part which it contains Prices 23150 and 75 cents Seals on sale a Wines Crerkmores drugstore Wednesday morning For Sale Tenhorse power boiler and engine and 11 inch Freich Burr for sale Also four room hone for rent Apply to J T H mle n SpewliM1 Kv o251ni A New rVition- Ex Miator Gates his resigned lib p iHitnu with the Eiuctric Company and has been engnged to wind up tin buslines of tIle Cumberland Stave and Lumber ompinv at Burk sville Bought a Parsonage The Baptist church of this city bat purchased from Mr John Baldwin hit atractive home on North street for a parsonage tv G W Shepherd und family will move there at au early date HoHaa Trip at small Cost Dan M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles will conduct a ten days Florida tour leaving Louisville and Cincinnati via Southern and Q 0 Tuesday St NovemberI4thJacksollvllleI Beach River H 50 pays all expenses ten days trip Six days tour 3750 Write Dan M Bowmar Versailles Ky oct252t Winchester Conrt J A Ramsey reports about 600 cattle on the market and nearly all were itsold1050 pound feeders one yoke oxs 1320 pound brought 305 onelotcd 1100 pund steers S3 25 1120 pound steers 350 seven 900 pound steers S3 50 sixteen 750 poucd yearling steers 325 seven 700 pound steers 300 clx 750 pound streera 280 thirteen 800 pound steers 300 lot of yearling steers S3 00 twenty seven CCO pound heifers 235 eleven 550 pound heifers S260 one lot 700 pound heifers S3 80 one lot heifer rcalvspound Quite a number of broke mules offered butt buyers and sellers were tc far apart to effect many sales Common to good weanling mules brought 59 03 to 7500 A large crowd ftaa in town j Court Day Dinner The iadiof the Baptist Clmrcl wit cjvl CllIrt ay dinner at tilts yi mi str room on Main street it BrosGoodoctlS 3t Eslill Estate Sold According to previous notice the estate of lie late Johnathan T Estill wa sold last Wednesday A tract of 79 71 IIooRussei CynthliaiiaAccepted Position Mr R B Crowe of this city has re turned to his first love and is now oc tillBeattexperienced newspaper man but ol late y ars lies been oneaged in schocl work in Shelbyville We wish bin much success in his new field Mcethf at The Methodist Church A series of meetings are being held this week at the Methodist church am are being conducted by the pastor Rev cordiallyinvitednext Sunday morning a special ser mon will be preached to the churcl requestedtoTh r Were Here The next Sheriff and tha next Jailer TuesdayWeBroaddus aud your Uncle Buck Johnson They are the only candidate on the county ticket that have opposi tion They will win and it behoove every Democrat to assist in making the majority as large as possible Valley View Argent Register Ktfistfil Voters who were sick or had sickness in their families or were necessarily reltlsterInday Tuesday and Wednesday October c 30 and 31 and November without cost If you did not register on re ularI day on either of above accounts go and register on one of the above named dates Executed PItA negro Satin Hlsle upon whom a Madison county jury pased a verdict f guilty was hanged in Winchester Thursday While on the scaffold be confessed to his dastardly crime andr expressed his regret for having committed it He spoke a few woidsof advire to his race but seemed perfectly unconcerned as to his future abodet His death resulted from strangulation HI on His Engine Roscoe Reeves engineer on the Land A train 0illThursday aud was compelled to leave his engine He was brought to the Coomer hotel here where he remained until Saturday when he was removed to his fathers home in Richmond It was thought that he was threatened with fever Beattyville NewsmMr Reeves is now much improved and able to be outmReal Estate T ansftts Administrators of the late John D Harris sold two houses on Water street in the rear of the Episcopal Church One waR bought by Mr C O Wallace for 83300 andone by Mr Hubert Grlggs for 80500 As Executor of tbe late Mrs Margaret White lion J A SulHnan sold on last Saturday her residence on West Main street to Mr S H Thorpe for Si755 This is a most desirable piece of prop erty and is at present occupied by Mr J W Bales and family The Cranston Sale With Long Tom Chenault as alto tioneer the sale of Mr T C Bronston farm was held last Thursday Thefarm of 400 acres was bought by Mr Joe Collins for 90 per acre Blgcattle EoldI for S7210 per head Yearling cattle brought 37 50 heifers front S25 to 537 ten head of twoyearold cattle sold for 40 per head Mules sold for from 110I to S1G5 horses 30 to S90 Farming implements and household effects sold well During the progress of the sale Mr A S Gott a well known citizen of this ity was seriously injured by a kick loin a mule He was brought to his ome in the East End on a cot and hat teen in a dangerous condition ever ince Committee Upheld Judge J M Benton in the Circuit Court last week rendered a eciMoi in the injunction cafe between 8rtrn nominees for Councilmen of Niuho Usville and the City Democratic Com mittee He modified the injunction by permitting the committee to place under the Democratic device on the ballots tbe names of any candidates who may be nominated for Councilmen- in Wards Nos 5 and 6 fifteen days be fore the election If any candidates are selected the men who have al ready announced themselves as candi dates wilibave to run as FusionI3tsol Independents The matter has caused much excitement in Nicholasvjlle and the outcome of the trouble is eagerly awaited Bowling Green Ky June 121901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDea Sir We have beensehhiiigyourTexamr Wonder Halls two years and can recommend It to any one suffering with any kipney trouble evernsold ours W C MORRIS CO A Texas Wonder 5One small bottle of the Texas Won tier Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and al irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and womon regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold bv your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of fl 10Oue email bottle Is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W halt sole manu facturer P 0 bor 629 St Louis Mo Send for teetimoiilals Sold by all drts1M1 14u V- zfJL k r t ++ + qqqqqq t- VT A VT Corduroy Pants Few stores in Kentucky carry as large stock of Cordu 2raysor give such values as we Cant get them too good for county trade Easy to find your size in our big i assortment Try our Corduroys s J50 2 250 3 350 4 5Bigbargains in Corduroy Suits 500 and up 0 Lectured at Caliwell Rich School Professor Beresford Greathead lec lUred at Caldwell High School last week having for his subject his travels over the world This unique charac in ter started out to traverse the clobe in en years and he started from VII cover B C in 189S He is now on his of way to San Francisco Prrf Great head is a graduate of Ghent Unlvei nitv Belgium and he has covered 40 00 miles He expects to write a book f his travels and experiences His ecture was thoroughly enjoyed and instructive and pleasing a A Former Richmond Coy in Trouble In Lex Icjton Because tbe girl he loved refused to marry him accepting another suitorby name of C W Scott Wm King a for- T a resident of this city shot and dangerously wounded his rival The rronble occurred at the home of Miss Katherine Sebree the young lady for whose hand both men were striving King was a former sweetheart ol Miss Sebree but had been in Boston for some time During his absence Scott won her affections which aroused Kings jealousy and caused the trouble King was arrested aud placed under f500 to await his examining trial Another loW and Fig story Several weeks ago we publishedan account of a good old motherly cow the property of Mrs Phoebe Boen of Kingston and her adopting a pig Re centY we received a letter from Mrs P W Golden of Furley Kansas who was formerly Miss Emma Golden of this city She enclosed also a picture- of a cow with three pigs sucking her fhe picture was taken from life on the farm of Mr A C Golden near Whitewater Kansas The picture shows the cow standing near a feed trough one pig on either side of her and one at herI back all eagerly partaking other life giving milk Arrested for Violating Rerenue Laws United States Marshal W F Short iiid Deputy John C Mullins wenttoI Berea Saturday and returned with the following persons who were arrested for selling whisky without license R B Doe Jol n Walker Ed Canfax George Thacker Harry Prather and CI Hinson Alt of the men are residents of Berea d their arrest was brought about by the faculty of Berea College who em ployed secret men to work up charges against them They were taken before U S Commissioner W C Bennett and all gave bond save Doe and Can fax who were placed in jail Harry Prather is a former resident of this city Of I tues to Kentucky Dry Goods Merchant What dry goods merchant In Kentucky is there who does not know and highly esteem that remark aMe trio of salesmen Captain Ed Taylor and his two sons Messrs Ira G Taylor and Ed Taylor Jr The fathmerancleldes1S son Mr Ira Taylor quarter of a century been the efficient aud popular traveling salesmen for the wellknown firm of Shillito Co din cinnati but they are now associated with time largest strictly wholesale dry goods house west of New Yprk the famous Ely Walker Dry Goods Co of St Louis Capt Taylor beings to that splendid and select class of true oldfashioned Southern gentlemen noted for their chivalry and patriotism As a traveling salesman he has no superior on earth His son Mr Ira Taylor is a chip off the old block and has won a high place in the esteem at all merchants from the Big Sandy to the Purchase and it is doubtful if in all the country there can be found more accomplished or pop lar knight of the grip He is as square as a die and as true as steel and this tribute from one who bas known is but a feeble expression of the opinion which ill entertain for thfcte blghtoiiad gM UemeH Lecture on Christian Science Previous notice has been made of the lecture on Christian Science which will be giCn at the Grand Opera Hodse this city on Thursday eenlflgp November 0th Mr Edward ball who will deliver the lecture is one the foremost expounders of this faith and he will give a lucid exposition of the religion as founded by Mrs Eddy His appearance in this city will be haiUd with delight by all interested The Envy of All Mr It A Woolums Is justly proud of beautiful and costly present he has received Irom Mr G A Roy Pres of the Roy Lumber Co of Nicholasville It is a handsome specimen of curly walnut polished to a pianofinish ands handsome as a panel in a Pullman he board is 8 feet long 16 inches wide and J6 inches thick and has been put in as a counter at Mr Woolums office in the Hotel Glyndon where beI is located as Soliciting Agent of tbe LIA Go and see itILow Prices at The RacketIWhite enamel slop pails 12 119I Ten piece toilet set 269I8 inch jardiniers 2JcI9 inch jardiniere 39c Flower pots 5c to 31c Decorated lamps at low prices Mission clocks 3 39- GootIchlnadecoratedcup and saucers 10c Meat dishes decorated 13 inch lOc Ewot and basin SOc Corn poppers lOc Hearth brooms lOc Coal hods 25 to 35c Shovels to 15c Fiftieth Wedding nnrrersirT Today marks a double anniversary in the life of Mr Wm Wherritt ol Lancaster Ky Not only will be celebrate his fiftieth wedding anniversary- but also the eightieth anniversary of his birth The double occasion will be commemorated by a brilliant reception this evening from seven to ten at his home iu Lancaster Mr Wherritt is a brother of Mn Martha Haley oi this city In this we might add that in Mrs Haleys home in this city there are four generations ot the same family namely Mrs Haley her daughter Mrt Mattie Jackson her daughter Mrs Alleue Boggs and her son little Lynn BogKB Mrs Bogus is the greatnirce Mr Whierrltthas and Lynn Boggs the only greatgreat nephew Mr Wherritt is one of Lancasters most respected citizens and his reception will be large Iy attended Democratic speaking at Val ley View Saturday Oct 28 at 2 oclock p m by J C Chenault and R H Crooke BiUWant Entertainment On Monday nigbtof next week Ker mist that gorgeous display of the dif ferent nations of the world will be seen at time Grand Opera House Mrs Weller of Chicago has been here for the past two weeks training and drilling the one hundred and twentyfive chil dren who will represent the different nationalities in beautiful tableaux marches drills etc Almost everyone has some idea of what the Kermiss is but this will be the first exhibition of the kind ever given in our city It will be given for the benefit of the Pattle A Cay Infirmary which fact alone should foe a strong drawing card to say nothing of tbe eutettainmneait itself which ynill be brilliant pageants ever seen here Mrs Yelleamade a life study ot such work 8lie spout some time abroad studying tbe foreign nations their manners and dress In order to make bejr work in IC rmJss more effective Remember and reserve next Monday nlj ht October jjotb for Kennies HThose who failed to recwter tact oriitblWD I n i u 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 all our 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 and shaperetaining 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 1250f COVINGTON Warm UnderwearLikely to need it any day Large stock of good thugs 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 100 Our SILK PLUSH is the most luxurious underwear made soft as eiderdown yet warm as wool Democratic Speaking There will be public speaking in behalf fnl of Democratic party in Madisont at the following times and laceat Waco Friday night OctZ1at 7W pw m by W R Shackelford and B 11t CtcokemKirksville Saturday Oct 28 at 2 oclock p m by R W Miller and W R Let her Jr Valley View Oct 28 at 2 oclock p m by J C Chenault and R H Crooke Union City Saturday Oct 28 at 230 B p in by W R Shackelford and J A Sullivan Everybody invited Now In Our Midst do Rev J Addison Smith the newly of called pastor of the First Presbyterian Church arrived in this city yesterday from St Louis His coming marks a new era in religious circles here His recent revival held in Richmond is still an much talked of He is a powerlul speaker and he will no doubt make an excellent pastor Already lie has endeared as himself to our people and he and his family will be warmly received Nothing preventing he will fill i his pulpit next Sunday week andg evening Rev and Mrs Smith are at present stopping at Madison Institute where they will be glad to have all friends call Wedded And Fatted During the action of the play in Wedded and Parted which Sullivan p Harris Woods the largest producers of melodrama in the world announce for presentation at the Grand Thurs day evening theme is au exciting com bat between one of the villiana and the heroine Instigated anti paid by enemies of a sincere honorable and true- hearted woman a scoundrel makes an effort tu compromise her in the eyes of her husband by making her an appar ent participant in the notorious badger game The struggle between the man and woman is fierce and real istic Striving to defend her honor and the life of her unborn child the woman fights with a spirit born of desperation and at the end falls unconscious Her clothing is nearly torn from her and her hair falls in a con fused mass About her head While the scene is sensational and exciting there ia nothing to offend the most fastid ious akillinlly has the dramatist Mr Theodore Kretner drawn the two characters Prices 25 35 60 and 75I cents Seats on sale Wednesday morn ing at Wines Creekmoros Negotiating With Lexington Men For Sale of Unique Patent Mr James A Taylor of Waco Mad ison county was in the city Saturday negotiating with local parties for tbeI sale of the county right of his patentI an adjustable lock which is a unique and ingenins device It is a temporary lock which can be adjusted in a few seconds to the inside of a door and se ncejfrom valnatblesnoat many hotels and boarding ho says are not provided bousesI and often with defective locks patent adjustable lock in such cases id a conveafei safe guard as peas key itotwould be burglars can not effect an entrance Ihe lock is a simple inexpensive device and can be clapped on tbeju side ofadoor as easily and conveniently as a key is turned Mr Taylor says he ia dickering with a Chicago firm for tlw manufacture of his Invention on a n extensive scale t and M soon m th negotiations are StCOUIPIIt44tbe fetiIaeiicj4aIJ9AaerlI j Won The Cake Miss Mamie Bolton won the beaut black cake that was raffled off at he Catholic euchre last week The Cike wee made front Zirincs flour y Mrs Gooseman the millet d wife and as Iced by Mr Gooseman Miss Bol the oii the winner Is stenographer at the illoThe Waf Will Soon tie OnelNovember 1 will mark the time whrnii thd contest will be on between the growers and the buyers of the White viurleyGrowers Association is thoroughly or G ganized for the fray and have placed solicitors in every countv to secure the acreage and take more stock and will all in their power to raise the price tobacco while time manufacturers of tobacco will make a strong effort to keep down the price The greatestK crop in years is predicted for The yield Is extraordinary and shows increase of 10 per cent in the crop while in the bottom lands It is not quitein up to the standard But the crop a whole has far surpassed the expectation of the people While the crop did not get the early start it had when it did to w lirowrapidly in length and breadth Some leaves are from twelve to fourteenf inches wide The cool heavy dew had much to do with the weight The average per acre is from 1800 to 2200 pounds and is the great est yield the Burley district lisa ever teducedRWill the L 4 A fc Converted ILto an Eiecttlct itoidmThere has been some talk ot applying electricity to the propulsion of the passenger trainsof the L A Railway The plans are probably in an embryo state and no official verification of the rumors have as yet been obtained However two propositions have been discussed The first is in event the right of way and bridge for the long discussed but highly improbable Interurban electric road from Lexington is too expensive the route will be changed so that the track would be run from Lexington to Spears station on the Land A a few miles west of Valley View Were to connect with the L and A allowing the interurban cars to come into Richmond over the L and A railway the trolley system being erected along the present track This seems entirely feasible butit would of course mean the abandonment of the rOIte along the Lexington pike via Claye FerryAnother phase of the subject is the possibility of running all the passengdi trains of the entire L and A system by electricity Sncb a substitution for steam motive power Is entirely practicable being in operation on many trunk railways in the United States as well aa abroad It Is contended that the present ex pendituro for stearu locomotives the Incidental wear and tear of equipment incideiittbereto and the larger crew now required woud enable the com pany to give the patrons of the road ether twice as many passenger trains daily or to duplicate the present ser vice at half the present cost It would appear to be a most attract ive innovation to the railroad company in whatever light the matter is viewed affording this line also the unique die Unction 61 tiring the first steam road in Kentucky if not in the whole south to adopt that subtle but supreme motives power toward which the world is grad ually but inevitably tending electric ity Incidental to the inauguration of this electric pjiwer system might be mentioned thu sale ot the current tot light ing farmhouses and villages along the route and also the establishment of picnic parks Bathing pavilions and summer i eorta along the line which sHrta theCclassic Kentucky river whose grandeur Is Kilt by tourieta to excel that of the noble Hudson River famu- ett1tet4stIt the WorIcI Boots and ShoesWeve made the greatest preparation of our lives for frnewestwell Beacon and other leading brands200 to 600 tt Bootees Lace Boots Hightop Shoes Leather and Rubber Bootsby far the largest selections and best values in Richmond Smith Chosen Mr Virgil P Smithof Somerset was elected Grand Junior Warden of tile Grand Lodge ot Masons at Louisville Wednesday defeating a number of promlnont Masons from other parts of state Mr Smith is a member of Ryan Coinmandery Knights Templar f Danville but represented the Som eat Masonic Lodge at the Louisville meeting Kentucky Advocate Mr Smith is one of Somersets most gifted lawyers He is a native of Ir ne and a brother to Mr H R Smith P and T A for the L and A Dont forget that next Monday Tuesday and Wednesday will be supplemental registration days KesolntiocS At a meeting of the Richmond Bar eld in the Court House in Richmond on Monday October 16th 1905 at 4 oclock p m to take action upon the death of Judge James Rollins urnani late a member of the Rich ond Bar Col James WCaperton was unanimously elected Chairman of the meeting and R AV Miller was elected Secretary Upon motion a committee- as appointed to draft suitable resolu ons Various members of the bar includ ig the Chairman paid eloquent and tiibute to the character and virtues of the deceased after which the following Resolutions were unanimously adoptedAt on Monday morning Oc 16th 1905 the spirit of James ollins Burnam left its mortal habita ioim and entered into eternity and time embers of the Richmond Bar of which he was a beloved an honored and con spicuous member meet to pay a tribute of appreciation and affection to his Rollins Burnam was born in Richmond Kentucky on November 22nd 1856 and was the third son of Hon Curtis F Bnrnam and Sarah Rol lins Burnam On both sides of his house be was descended from illustrious ancestry and identified in blood and history with the leading families of the stateHe received a liberal classical educa tion graduating with honor from Cen tre College He came at once to the Bar and his clear and wonderfully acute intellect strong sense of justice and devotion to truth his classic cut ture and professional attainments his winning personality and sunny dispo sition won him strong friends and a valuable clientage In 1183 he was elected as aDemocrat- to the Legislature of Kentucky and his service in that body was conspicuous bringing honor to him and to the people representedIn was united in marriage with Miss Lula Gay of Clark County who survives him Ho was for years Master Commis sioner of the Circuit Court and his able discharge of the delicate duties ot that exacting office gave universal satin faction to both lawyers and litigants In 1894 he was elected Judge of the Madison County Court and served one termAs a lawyer he was quick alert active aggressive always courteous and agreeable scorning subterfuge hating deceit loving truth for truths sake antI 71 7FF 7IF I7 AUTUMN CLOTHES MEASURE j It means garments made with every 7H little detail of cut and finish exactly as you want it xj You might design your Suit or Over coat your self but it is far better to trust such things to highly experienced A designers and you will find it muchXw more satisfactory to come and look over our beautiful series of Fall and Winter fashion plates designed by the smart I New York Custom Tailors f L 71 BSTERN SOW EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS Ij NEW YORK whom we represent in this cityJWe can show you a vastly more varied assortment of fine imported and domestic fabrics than any other custom tailor and because an great enterprises can be carried on at relatively less cost than small onesyou will find our prices gratifyingly low permittedZFor not you desire to give us an order you BANKS I always loyal to the right As a public man be was forceful courageous positive in his expression and constant iu Ills convictions keenly alive to his responsibilities and deeply deiirous of worthily representing lila constituentsAs friend we knew him best and loved him most His nature win open as the sunlight and his heart he concealments Chiivalricfmpubiv- ewarmheartedevery impulse was gen erous and every heart beat true Of wide anJ varied culture be was tIme choicest of companions and his sunny nature open candor and stalwart worth bound friencts to him with links of steelOur hearts are heavy at ins going hence for his virtues ornamented our profession and we loved him for him selfTo the constnt and devoted wife the venerable father the nestor of this Bar and all his family we extend UIH assurance of a sympathy sincere pro found and deep The Chairman of this meeting is directed to present this memorial to the Madison Circuit and County Court with the request that it be spread upon the record of these Courts and have it published in the Richmond papers and send a copy to the wile and father of our Deceased brother JAMES B MCCREAKT J TKVIS Conn C H BHECK W B SEITH J A SULLiVAN W R SKACKELKOKD R W MILLER Commit tee y 71 HAVE YOUR MADE TO to show our visitors the new shades cheviots tweeds etc and whether will be most cordially welcome FRemember This If the fit of our garments isnt entirely satisfactory you neednt take them IRICE and ARNOLD ITHE ONE PRICE HOUSE eH +++ ++ ++++++ i +r ffi IE f3 IE D E3 6- = rn m rn rn J 8 D m D I WE AREI13 a IE PREPARED iTW l Y I T TeI IT jXiXlel G A L1o lIo ++ +CALL AT 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 Oenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSS Phone 3 Second St A FAMILIAR FACE Thelikenessot DR VTB CAtbWKLt appears on every packare of Dr GaMPs SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable ra lclne tor fySPCPSA Constlpa lion Biliousness Sour stomachlteadacheS nowd and Strnnacb disorders and Fners Caused by Eyery IrLI1uine package Is ditlnguiShed- t this trade mark Your druggist willbe glad to sell you tth r the or 5100 size Sold by Perry Thomas Pun H Breck Fire Life and acci dent Insurance sep24t There is nothing like GOOD I FLOURrf- Every housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Bistilts cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Blliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY r r C C- Dt I From Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves 4I4You need something new in the par A lat You need Bed Room Suits Beds anti tJ Redding Mattresses Couches Rockers J tJStovepA household necessity not mentioned hereWe have them call and see us Sat Iguaranteed in both price and telisClclion j uman Cr vu t Main street opposite Hotel GI yndont Richmond Ky 4a4 winter time is f coming Dont let the cold weather catch you without a good Heater We handle all kinds of Heaters Radiators and Air Tights When in need of a- eookJ Stoveerx- mine our Regal Queen We are are agents for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Drills Special attention is given to Roofing Guttering and Repair ing Give us a call when in need of anything kept in a first class hardware store e A TAYLOR i A va J Messrs Suit cVBratton J 4thepolite and energetic Aah proprietors of th- eSt 6 c ii Racket Store t are now showing some ofof the y fr handsomest China ever brought to 4 V V this city They are also exhibiting t T JJ some very exquisite pattern in 454 t Genuine Cut Glass 1Their general stock comprises eryng ofuse to a housekeper St Remememberthe Racket Store when 4 in need of beautiful Queensware and cCut Glass r LEXICON OF INDIAN TONGUE Iowa University Professor at Work Among the Musquakie Trib A Summers Work A dictionary ol the Musquakie tni Alan language Is to fee compiled bjrjj Prof Duren H Ward of the State University ot Iowa for the State Historical society and when Completed the work will be the first ot any of tho Indian tongue of this pOc I1ar trIbe to appear in print Mr Ward has spent the entire summer at thS reservation In Tamil county east ofc kldora fa and has succeeded in preserving many interesting manu scripts treaties and documents Musquaktes ofI alphabetjasbets and letters but they have a language which conveys every possible shade of meaning All thought is can eyed by the Indians In the reservation by the use of syllables and tho total number of these according Prof Ward Is about 500 Every toI lable begins with a consonant and ends with a vowel The Indians borrow no words forming their own terms out of these syllables Among their consonant sounds they have noIsounds lIke f j I r or z but on other hand have sounds from the fol lowing letters and syllables Bw pw by py tw dw ty dy sy Jw ky gy mw n and my Prof Ward accomplished a number of objects In his summers work and has successfully photographed every member of the trib secured valuable history and data from the chief and his assistants and has a complete list of every person on the reservation together with valuable data concerning the lands and property owned by tho Indians MARRIES GIRL HE RESCUED Pretty Jewess Changes Faith to Wed Catholic Rescuer Man Is Portuguese BostonIo wed the man who once saved her life Mlsn Esther Susan a young Jewess changed her religion and was baptized into the Catholic faith by Rev John S Perry at the Portuguese church North Bennett street after which she was married by the priest to Joseph A Francis Francis is a Portuguese and drives a wagon for an express company The bride worked as a tobacco stripper and lived with her mother in the same district Both are 29 years of age and have known each other since childhood though not Intimately un til two years ago when the acquain tance was suddenly ripened by an un expected occurrence at Bar Harbor Miss Susan who was staying there during the summer happened to go in bathing and got beyond her depth Her cries attracted the attention of Francis who was at that time a member of the Maverick yacht club and who happened to be sailing near by He sprang overboard swam to the girl came back with her to his craft and brought her safely ashore Short ly after this event the engagement was announced FIND A TENOR IN SLUMS New York Huckster Is Deduced Be a Future Rival of Jean toI De Eeszke New YorkIn Isaac Routman a humble street huckster of the East side a young compatriot of Jean de Reszke the Polish opera singer it is believed that a great tenor has been accidentally found who will electrify the dramatic world and will rank with Caruso and De Reszke After a course of proper Instructions saul Dr H Holbrook Curtis who made the find I believe ho will rank one day with our greatest tenorsHe is marvelously gifted said Miss Fritzi Scheff who has sung with all the great tenors of the world He shall have a stage name Caruske a combination of Caruso and Do Reszke for he will equal them both Routman has passed into the care of Charles Eilllngham Miss Scheffs manager who will educate him for the operatic stage CANT PRONOUNCE NOUNS Plainfield N J Man Tumbles from Car and His Affliction Takes Strange Form New York Physicians at Plainfield N J are much puzzled over the case of Garret T Dunham who was thrown from a trolley car several weeks ago landing on his head Dunham is now apparently as well as ever except that he is unable to pronounce nouns He has no Cifflculty with verbs but when it comes to naming objects he is all at sea Mr Dunhams case according to an expert is extremely rareparalysis of the naming center a part of the brain directly over the left ear Special ists say that a similar case was reported a year ago The victim would describe a knife or something to cut with or a glass or something to drink from but could not name either article Fowl Tips Scale at 53 Pounds 0 A Parsons of Oblon Tenn believes he has the largest turkey in the United States It is of the mammoth bronze variety and weighs 53 pounds It was exhibited there at the fair last year by Parsons when it weighed 46 pounds TIe owner says the largest turkey ever raised In the United States weighed 55 pounds and was presented to President Andruw Jackson Parsons holds that by Christmas his bird will weigh 58 or 60 pounds THE CZAR AS TOYMAKER Russian Autocrat Is Clever at Dress lug Playthings for His Children pjd czar does not let the untoward state of his empire weigh heavily upon employinghisdren some of them pretty and in ienloao It was the czarina who awak ened the czars ambitions in the mat ter of artistic toys There was a magnificent bear which IM aiM eut of plaster Md vhinh Is II Eii If w 1 jtJffi11i rif i ifmJ ffi iJ El ij ill IE IE IE E 1 fill 81 IE III fB IE E IE EJm 1ffi f Ii m rnI fiJ E E IE IE IE Having made our purchasessfore the recent advances we are in a position to name you prices Ithat cannot be beat anywhen Our goods are rapidly arriving Out stocks are much larger and noie complete than ever Experience has taught us that it good goods makes onflCtTfin cus tomeijs and the same motive used in the selection of these goods that we have ever exercised IRemember our motto TILe fafghest Quality Goods for the Least Money We very cordially invite your inspection II TT j LACKEY HAMILTON iCor first and Maiut Streets RICHMOND K1NTUCK1 tI1I xeI I 1t I iXI I PIIxXI Blind Headache About a year ago writes Mrs Mattie Allen of 1123 Broadway Augusta Gacc I suffered with blind sick eadaches and backaches and could get no relief until I trieU VNECARDUI Womans Relief NV I immediately commenced to improve and now I feel like a new woman and wish toiNy recommend it to all sick women WRITE Ns know it will cure them as it did me US NV Cardui is Pure medicinal extract of vegetable herbs which relieves and describingfemale pains regulates female functionstonesuptheorgansconsider you free advice in plain sealed envelope Dont hesitate but Try it for your trouble write visory DepuAChattfnl Meai Every druggist sells it E Cine Co Chattanooga Tenn in 100 bottles E to us carved in wood trr the tarA j vitch Anotliur effort is a serpent with a beak minted blue which he named after one of his ministers who is not too popular at court He has a water mill in course of construe tlon Their majesties have finished their cruise among tlin islands of tho Gull of inland where they led a pleas antly Irresponsible life Sometimes they fished sometimes they wont ashore tot a hunt after otter or bad ger They were fond of picnicking under the pines the czarina made splendid tea on such occasions and moro than once stray English peas ants who wandered in their vicinity have been treated to tea For every little service It is said the emperor and empress lavish pres ents watches scarfpins and rings be ing distributed In profusion The czar went ashore in a gray Norfolk jacket soft tweed hat and leather gaiters the czarina in a gray Scotch tweed skirt and motor capIPAPIERMACHE Actors Demand Real Eatables and Fake Articles Are Relegated Papier mache food wont be seen on the stage this season Everything chickens chops cutlets loaveswill- berealThe speaker a manufacturer of stage properties says the Philadelphia Bulletin dusted a casque and resumed a little sadly- I have had to do away with my pa pier mache food department dlscharg ing two men and an apprentice For even the 10 20 and 30cent shows wont carry fake viands now They say that as far back as Paint Rock Merna and Lodi the people insist that actors eat real food on the stage It looks better I suppose At the same time this new fangled realism IsI playing the deuce with the stage prop erty business It is putting good men out of work- And consider Its expense I know of one comedy with a banquet scene In the second act where a bottle of real champagne and a real lobster salad are used every night This comedy has been played 1000 times in the last three years There is expense for you an expense of 4000 for food alone Well one papier mache champagne bottle and one papier mache salad worth about two dollars would have saved all that money OLD QUAIL HENS COVEYS Single Bird That Brought Off Fifty Tour Young in Ono Season An interesting incident in reference to the breeding of quail was told recently by a gentleman living in the vi cinity of Cypress states tho Houston Tex Post He says that an old quail lien nested In his yard and that during the year three separate coveys of young birds were raised The party mentioned watched the old bird during the breeding season and was careful that nothing molested her or her eggs Early In the summer the first covey came off with 20 birds all of which were raised Then another covey of 16 was raised and finally late In the summer another hatch of 18 birds was brought off That makes a total of 54 birds raised by one hen this season The incident offers several interesting suggestions namely that the pres ent closed season on the bird is about correct to cover the entire breeding period It also shows that the killing of quail in September and October is nothing short of murder as the old birds are too poor from caring for their young and the yoqng birds too young to be of any value for eating rat Poison kills Two Children Mayking Ky Oct 2L Two ebB 3ren of John Cornette aged 5 and 7 espectively residing in Upper Perry lountr were poisoned to death by eat tag arsenic the father had put out on t piece of bread for rat poluon An Engineer Electrocuted Central City Ky Oct 21 Charles L Lancaster aged 49 engineer at the Central City Light and Power Cos plant here was instantly killed by the passage of 2300 volts of electricity through his body Gives Site For a College Louisville Ky Oct 21James A 3huttleworth of this city has donated i site of 14 acres in Danville Ky td colJegelevotedwomen It has been suggested that It isnt too late for the directors of the Hall if Fame w adopt a Poe atasudmeais j o n TWINS WED MIX RELATION Bridegrooms Father Is Husband of Girls Mother Other Features of Tangle Toledo OOne of the most remarkable marriage tangles ever known was presented to the authorl ties in probate court here whenI Edward and Fred Metzger twins made application to marry sisters When the clerk was preparing the papers it was learned that an elder brother of the twins had marrlda1sister of the two prospective brl4esI of the twins A look at the entry journal showed that in May 1904 Albert Metzgex a brother had married Ida Miller the third sister While the people in the court were having a good laugh at this Edward spoke up and saidiLet me tell you something that will set you to thinking deeper Our father Is the husband of the girls mother C Metzger married Mrs ILewis Miller Metzger and had sons two of them twins Mrs Miller had three daughters Now the daughters become the brides of the sons In other words Metzger Is the fatherinlaw of his stepdaughters and Mrs Metzger is the motherinlaw of the stepsons Mrs Metzger was married four times Her second marriage was to the brother of her present husband but by that union she had no chIdren Here are some of the puzzles to work out If your two brothers married sisters of your wife what re lation would your children be to your brothers children or what relation would they be if you and your broth ers father took for his second wife the mother of the girls who are now the wives of the three sons In spite of all the complication is entirely legal because there Is no blood relationship between the contracting parties MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY Michigan Farmer Held by Immigra tion OfficialsMay Return to Europe i New York August Albert who says he voted for several presidents has arrived in the steerage from Ham burg Admitting he was not a citizen of the United States but was a citizen of the state of Michigan he was sent to Ellis Island and is likeiy to be sent back to Europe unless the officials at Washington Interfere Albert is 63 years of age and had been an unmarried farmer In Mich igan for 32 years when he decided to visit his childhood home In Saxony This was a year ago Stunned by surprise when he was held up by the immigration officials and told because ot his age he was likely to be refused ad mission to America Albert showed 1168 in American money to prove that he is not likely to become a pub chargeHe he regarded himself still capable of working as a farmer The special board of inquiry after ex ambling him found that hej speaks well It is declared he must go back to Europe but friends Interceded in the matter and placed it before tje department of commerce and labor If the board Is upheld Albert will bel a man without a country as he waal never a citizen of Saxony PHTHISIS CURE IS CLAIMED Professor Bearing Announces Dis covery of Efficacious Remedy RepOrters Clamor for News ParisProf Behring has an nounced that he had discovereda cure r for tuberculosis It is learned that a portion at least of ProtoB hrlngs remedy comes from milk from cows LItuberculosisable this milk can be used in its usual form there Is some reason for bellev ing that a serum alone is employed and it could scarcely be utilized in any other way than by subcutaneous injectionstThe Pasteur institute has been ben sieged by reporters clamoring for in j formation They were received by Prof Metchnikoff who pointed to tiguaranteesaid the remedy was in the form of i powder That is all he Would say Clam Is Good Bat Trap Frank Myres who keeps a Claytofv N J restaurant was awakened noise in the lower part ofMs byj Thinking burglars were at i 6 armed himself and descended tjie stairs He then found the noise wila in his cellar and cautiously went be Jowi The racket Increased and bt hurriedly securedi lamp to find that as immense rat had beea caught by a itoai ri fit VaLMIr trIg to Zr if f 9 1 = itselr Scampereo jrom tone endat tfte j cellar to the other Myres fiinall killed the rat but the clam would not release Its hOld and Myres was jtfAi peed tjo cut oft tne leg of the unfcr tunate animal Statue to a Cook The people of Nice France are go Ing to erect a statue to the misrw of a cook UrbaIn Dubois He was for is many years head cook for King Wil liam of Prussia at a salary of 12600y year but as soon as war was cl td In 1870 he resigned to fight agafas1 his former master The statue to the patriotic cook will be erecte in the Central approprIatelyI i An Old Geologists have discovered in east ern Oregon fossil remains of hogs that twere ten feet long and six or seven feet high The trust is evidently nol of modern origin A Plague of Glanders Louisville Ky Oct 21Because of the prevalence of glanders In Jefferson County Dr P T Eiaenman state vet erinarlan by authority of the stato board of health ordered all public wa taring places for stock closed and the water shut off and the troughs filled with lime for 90 days T His Injuries Were Fatal Covington Ky Oct 21 While at play John Schneider 13 living at No 46 Center street Central Oovingtoa ran into a brick pile and was rendered unconscious He grew worse and died Coroner TarvIn found that the boy had burst an artery in the brain causing a hemorrhage Rich Distiller Indicted Louisville Ky Oct 21D K Weis kopf president of the Mellwood Dig tilling Co was indicted by the grand juryof Shelby county for operating a motor vehicle at a greater speed than five miles per hour The caso was ordered docketed for trial in February Orders For Ballot Paper Frankfort Ky Oct 21 Orders for ballot paper to be used in the several counties of tho state in the approach ing election have been coming in rap Idly to the department of secretary of state who purchased it under the provisions of the election statutes The Lynchers Denounced London Ky Oct 21 Circuit Judge H C Faulkner in his charge to the Laurel county grand Jury on the lynch ing of Virgil Bowers denounced the mob as a gang of murderers and said they wero infinitely worse than the man they hanged White Boy Shot a Man Rockport Ky Oct 2LAlvin Pox tar the negro shot here by Cleve Han roll a white boy died In Jail Porter bad been drinking and struck Harrell who secured a revolver and shot him Harrell fled but later returned and gave himself up jLudlow Man Dropped Dead Oct 2L Charles Bunt 40 formerly of Ludlow Ky where his wife and family reside dropped dead Awhile at work in Fridman Bros shoe factory Burk has recently been liv Ing at No 3305 Morgan street St Louis He Shot at a Boarder Lexington Ky Oct 21 Percy Smith the 18yearold son of W IL Smith proprietor of a boarding houso on Vine street was arrested Friday on the charge of shooting at a boarder who became abusive Thursday night r I Why dont you fence your farm nnd keep your old cow at home Some vill say what fence must lo buy Uncle gain uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold byJF COY Farm rir Rent I desire to rent for tile year 1906 shout 275 acres of land with good Twelling thereon This and is a part df the firm now occupied by the under igned and is about five miles east 01 Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 23 or 3ft acres of said land to go in corn 50 acres to go in wheat the remainder ijraBS Privilege to sow grain this fall possession Jan 1 19C For particular Icall on or address C H Maupin sepG 4t Richmond Ky Telephone B H Tnxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for ifarnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Acherrysnltot furniture for sale cheap Phone 203 tf oDan H Brash wili insure your city or county property against fire HKM ning and cyclone BdplS 4t Agent Wanted To take charge of debit for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co Jons H Tcfv Asat Supt It Oldliam BIdg Richmond Kv New teal Flim I have opened up a coal business igain at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located foi six years the past year with the Bit Hill Coal Co I will handle SOlDeol the best grades of Jellico coal also tIn Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a abate of the patronage of the pet pie of Richmond aud Madison conn ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attractive and will pleaiie you in the quality of coal Uet nricesbeforeliuyincyour winter supply Telephone 93 augO 3iu H F HAUKEIU Firm For Sale I offer for sale privately my farm cf 250 acres more or less located J mile north of Union City Apout ten or 15 AOTfa in cultivation the balance lir KVass The farm is well watered hay Ing a creek and several never failing enerallytinIrvine Azbillt Mg23t Union Mty Ky 1B the best Seed Wheat arId have the bv cropFor 541 by Letctwr- j1Wia4 o- viIIIiT J = PI J Ilml1 Louisville and- Nashville R R prepared to quote you rates to Any Point sell through tickets and check our baggage Secure sleeping pace Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets on Sale from Time to Time Through Sleepers Free Reclining Chairs Elec rio Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your Local Agmt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or addressJ W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller i Loalis anti Die enunts- 345O00 00 Stockholders liability l50C00 00Innnk S2o0000- Cas i5COO IInl RxcITotal Iesnnrces 5sflo 00 Your business Is desired and we dispsed to grant you every consIst 1 ent favor State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky NtRVlCOR RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tne jroria admires men ifho are strong 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