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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ii ii i ITTIr a ii i ireII j J i THE2 LIMAXZ QQU E 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1 1905 UMBER JoL0 WATSONJ 8 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTONKY With a Cash Purchase of 40 we pay your railroad fare to Lexington and Return Buy 25 and we pay your fare one way New Autumn and Winter Styles AH the Correct Things are here Womens New Suits to Satisfy Every Woman Tho wide range of correct styles the lowness of prices the superiority of quality the exactness of fit that equal custom inide wear is what makes the popularity this department cloth Suits for practical and dress wear at 18 to 25 Long coat suits of Gray Tweed and long coat suits of Black Clay Worsted at SO to 35 New Long Coats faultlessa at 35 and fid Black kersey costs satisfyingly elegant 20 znd25Plain and fancy mixed coats practical as well as dressy 12 to 20 Craven otto coats at tic to 25 Masses coats special tyles tan gray and mixed practicalNew Style Skirts They are correct in style the quality unequaled at the price the work march p faultless 5 to 10 Broadcloth or Panama Skirts 750 to 9 Now fad gray skirts 8 to 10 New Correct Furs for Dressy Women We are showing many special offerings in scarfs and throws of selected pricesOrientalMuffs to match equally as low prices French Seal Costs 35 to 60 New Fancy Silks Exquisite in every rcspec the pick of the novelties of the season Pin stripe changeable Scotch Clan plaids Moire effects very swell creations for stunning waists and artistic conceits tL to 2 per yard Colored Chiffon Taffeta full 80 inches wide all colors mid black value 65 price 125 Crepe do Chene all shades pure sik line and cripy75c and New Dress Novelties atl and 150 Here is where we give you the best values in the market Drape de Ete all shades mannish and blended checks all nnw at 1 and 50 Nobblystyles in gray suiting They are exclusive and are by far the pretti est thing we have shown in gray suiting Merode Underwear Faultless in lit and gnish No expense Is spired to make each garment porfuut Every garment is shaped to lit being cut with precision by cxpcri enced cutters who follow the most approved models 50c to t2 Big Values in Bed Covering 125 each Fine spreads 114 size heavy satin honor comb effects Marsuillts patterns real value 175 Special values in comforts and blanker Unman stripe and novelty blankets 150 to 5 114 white blankets at 8 and 10 the best values ever shawn Bed Comforts at 150 Laminated cotton comforts 75 to 3 Eider Down comforts 5 to 25 Special Sale of New Fall Gloves Two claspand one button kid gloves in all the new shades special and 125 Ladies heavy walking gloves the new London Reds special 125 Dainty Muslin Underwear Skirts gowns drawers corset covers 25c to 3 Artistic dress making and ladies tailoring Mrs Pendleton trill please you J LWatson tarttiwree raLsl U r 1G Coughs-R E coughs A T sllarp cornered rasping II Coughs that nearly tear your throat in Coughs that come from clear down in twoIstomach The very worst coughs are all cured by I t Thomas IPerry t White Pine J Tar ISo palatable the smallest child can take ther50cI I O I rTwenty=five Years j Experience We use this method to bring beforthe public our JineOStaple and Fancy j Groceries I inclu lint such brands as the celebrated Ferndale t tJMprocured Kerrs Perfection Flour none equals tJ it China and Glassware Wood and Willow wareJWe also carry a full line of J Field SeedsFeed and Seed Oats Salt Lime and Cement J All Orders Promptly Filled JFrom time to time we will offer bargains in JJ this space that will be worthy of notice and in order to secure the best goods the market affodsat itat the right prices you should read our ad l t weekly Covington Arnold Bro Main Street r u rr GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI S TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing If You Nato Hair Troubles Write Today For Frco Bottle and Advice Cranitonic Hair Food Co 640 B way New York For Salo at all Druggists Special Sale at i J PERRY THOMAS i IIIIi b 01f afinf Powder Absolutely Pure Royal Baking Powder is indispensable to finest cookery and to the comfort and convenience of modern housekeeping Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads cakes and pastrywholesome Perfectly leavens without fermentation Qualities that are peculiar to it alone ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO NEW YORK a GAVE THEM A SCARE Dunn Told the Bellboy He Had Taken Morphine Lexington Ky Oct 30A whirl a wind of excitement was created In the Leland hotel here by J if Dunn of Danville Ky who called a bellboy to his room and announced to hUn that he head taken a dose of morphine to end his earthly troubles Dr E M WHey who answered a call hurriedAto the room only to find Dunn upIn bed smoking a cigarette with rio apparent thought of leaving this world by the suicide route Dunn carne here several months ago at the time Scot ty the Death Valley plunger was on nndlIInnouncluthat famous jaunt began scattering his money to the newsboy and hotel porters He returned to his Boyle county homesA A RUSSIAN COUNTI Is Carefully Studying the Methods ofc American Trainers t Lexington Ky Oct 30COUnt Ma lynshl of Russia owner of the good Americanbred trotter Valentine whos has been making a tour of America is now In this city where he will re main for some time studying the mothr oda of the trainers of trotting horses with the view of becoming an expert trainer In his native country Count f Malynfihl has a select stud of about20 f mares mostly American bred andE will while here purchase several pramJ ising youngsters to add to his racing stable next season The veteran tranJer Charles Marvin has engaged to l train horses for Henry Exall at DatJlira Tex and is making his arrange inents to depart for the Lone Stet ktatheACCIDENTALLY KILLED Edgar Wolcott Shot By His Couslrlj Wedell MoonnanI Central city Ky Oct 30 Edgari Wolcott the 15yearold son of Woleott a banker of South Carrollton was accidentally killed by his cousin Wedell Moorman 17 while the boys were hunting Moorman placed anI oM army musket on a stump to fix the hammer when It shot Wolcott at closeI range He received the entire charge in his right side and died in his broth ers arms Wolcotts mother ran two miles to the scene and she Is now critically ill Moorman is crazed with grief and tried to get the musket again to shoot himseJrIWllliamstown Ky Oct 30 Alfred E Turner a canvasser was from Cincinnati but whosebagl gage indicated that his Brooklyn was arrested on a charge insulting women on tho street To the marshal he Intimated that ono of the women lied and the officer gave him a drubbing the woman In ques ton being his relative Turner paid 10 and eosts after A pleaof guilty To Keep Name Off Ballot Owingsvllle Ky Oct 30 Thomas Barber of Rowan county who was nominated by petition as republican candidate for representative from the BathRowan district will bring suit to enjoin the Rowan and Bath county clerks from placing Jefferson HowelTa name on the ballot Will Banquet the Club Newport Ky Oct 30 According to an oldestablished cUstom Harry Winston one of Newports prominent- yxing men who has been recently married will banquet the Henry Clay Debating society of Newport at his residence Monday evening November 6 Detained Against Her Will Louisville Ky Oct 30John E Brogan was arrested at his home hero on the charge of having detained against her will Mrs L J Collier The alleged offense was committed a week ago but the police have kept the mat ter quiet In order to effect the capture JS Morgan Acquitted Owenton Ky Oct 30J S MOT gan was acquitted of the murder Benjamin S McCoy his otI law whom he shot at the latters in Owen county The trouble natedtrom a quarrel that started when j McCoy it was alleged abused his wife Probably Fell Overboard Covington Ky Oct 3QFredCrJo her a deckhand on the steamer Geo l Matheson was reported missing when theboat pulled into Cincinnati OB her trip from Louisville Craner was last seen shortly after the boat left Vevay Ind The Football Game Lexington Ky Oct 30TM foot ball game between State college aid Kentucky university scheduled fo Thanksgiving day will be the greatest from a betting standpoint in the wS Cory of the gWriaJn this city Womans Rights Convention Newport Kyr Ooh 30 Represent Elves of the Wot isi s S wU Rights as sociation will lave their a hurl njeet J IR Tfewwwt tklf yew best Mtog II9JtIiIJI M JIt I 8c 11 J Slew His Brother4n Law TomMitcheilnd killed his brotherln law John custodyThe Federation of Womens Clubs odiUonRE BUYING LARGER FARMS The Rural Population Decreases as Wealth in the Country Increases It seems a paradox but Is neverthe well established as true that In certain of the best farming regions- of the United States great and abound- Ing agricultural prosperity has re- uited in decreased rural population no less striking than surprising Il lustration of this says the Springfield Mass Republican is given in are ent state census report of Iowa which is reported to show a falling off of two per cent in the population of that great and prosperous state since the general census of 1900 Of course a result was not acceptable to Iowas pride and it was not readily accepted Close inquiry however ia reported not only to confirm the general correctness of the new count but to show sufficient reason for its dis ppoi ruing result The explanation offered Is that It Is due to the land hunger of the prosperous Iowa farmer Having money ahead and well knowing that farm land in the Mississippi val ey Is one of the safest and most profitable of Investments he has been buying In the adjoining farms of his less forehanded neighbors to such an- xtent the reports say that vacant farmhouses dot every township in the state Many of these vacant farmhouses may again be occupied by the sons and sonsinlaw of the purchaser some of them will be abandoned and newly acquired lands consolidated nto larger farms And If Iowa follows the courseof development that has been going on for many years in the magnificent farming regions of central Illinois the consolidated farms will be leased In tracts of 80 to 320 acres or more to thrifty and pros perous tenant farmers The process as it has gone In nols for a number of years is that the wealthier land owner buys out the 40 and 80acre farms of his neighbors ute drains and otherwise improves them often renting the sam l land or larger tracts to the vendors who generally make more money as tenants than tbey had done as cwn ers The tenant farmer of central Illinois put their capital into the rest of farm Implements and machinery and live stock Their prosperity la seen In their comfortable and well furnished houses the well kept vehicles and horses with which their families drive to church and to coun try gatherings In Central Illmots just now the tendency Is to larger farms the tenant generally desiring to Increase his area and the landord regulating the quantity of land he wll lease by the proved capacity and sIc cess of each tenant For Its best farmland Iowa appears to be approacnlng the same system THE WAITERS LARGEST TIP It Was Ealseda Fiver by the Splurger Diner Who Gave It to Him It was In a Chicago restauran- Twobandsomely dressed young women entered accompanied by modishly at tired youths ono of whom bore every evidence ofa recent and thorough plunge into the depths of dissipation relates the Chicago RecordHerald The party seated themselves an the dissipatedlooking chap proceeded- to order an extensive supper Dur- Ing the course of the repast the youth In question made repeated allusions In a somewhat loud voice to the condl don he had been In the night before According to his statement several things had transpired on that occasion of which he was entirely ohlivi ousHis friends listened and laughed at the account of his doings and th e supper went merrily onward to the tale nolr and liqueurs When the time came to pay the check the glided youth ostentatiously produced a large roll of bills an turned to the expectant walter with the question Paul what Is the largest tip for a supper you have ever received The walter smiled delightedly and saidTwenty dollars sir- t Well laid the young Croesup with an air of bravado here is twentyfive e for you- He turtied to his frlendswlth a mock effort at shifting the conversation to some others subject and shortly after thrwaiter waSsslstlng the girls their wraps the prodigal turned to bf and athedt 1By Use way Paul who ever gave you 20 as a supper tip You dld4sirJast sight sir r plied the smlllag waiter amiUthe ease droppers Roared I g II SPECULATIVE OBSTINACY Remarkable Instance Shown in a Bull Crowd Operating in 1902 Persons whose stock market reason Ing is purely academic are generally poor speculators They look only to the ultimate outcome of things and i may be right in their conclusions but their wisdom Is of no value whatever to the who must be right Ol- fUuct6Uona The academic reasoner may be able to demonstrate thatthe money market situation is such that prices should not advance and yet prices may go on advancing in a per fectly bewildering manner Such rea toning leaves altogether out of ac count the force of an aggressive though unwise and untimely speculation Thus j it was three years ago says the New York Post The bull market which came to anI end in the year 1902 culminated In St Paul stock The western bull crowd was in control of the market and It concentrated Us energies upon that se curity It bulled St Paul andother stocks right into a money market t panic In the week ended September 13 1902 toe range of call money on the stock exchange was from to 20 percent and the Associated Banks on Saturday showed a surplus reserve of but 715075 but this was not enougnIto stop the crowd that was market The range of St Paul week was from 189 to 192 tbatIations for the advance were aggressively in the following The bull crowd wasgreatly goldIby the engagement of 6000000 for Import paid as high as 20 per cent for call money and made St Paul sell on Saturday at 198 the highest price at which it has ever been quoted On that same Saturday the Associated Banks reported instead jof a surplus reserve a deficit of 1042050 The ull market really culminated in this but It died very hard as a fur ther survey of the records shows In the wesk following the Saturday on which the Associated Banks had showed a deeds of 1612050 call money touched 25 per cent and St Paul broke to 190 but It was put bask again to 197 to within 1V6 per cent of Its highrecord price of the preced ing week The transactions In St Paul during this Week exceeded 350000 L shares In the next week call money touched 35 per cent and the Bank 01 England advanced Its rate of discount abruptly from three to four per cent are but St Paul after breaking violently to 183 1 was put up again to 12G This was a wild crazy speculation as everybody knew and was carried on by a group of the most reckless specu lators that have ever been In Wall street but they wore able to keep it FIWanlast It lasted until the bull crowd was unable any longer to obtain banking St accommodations and then stocks Went overboard In a heartbreaking manner The decline that followed was all the more violent because the advance had been carried too far Ky POINTS ON ANIMAL LIFEal Civil Service Examination Abound = be ing in Tips to Nat uralists The civil service board examined 12 then who desire places as animal keep ers and attendants in the Zoo The questions propounded to these aspirants were of varied nature but bareImostly upon the habits and ailments ofIwild animals and birds and the of caring for them in activity There were some ludicrous replies to these questions Here are some of the ques tions and the answers that some of the applicants made QuestionOn what are deer fed In captivity AnswerThey are fed during captiv- Ity on whatever you can get that agrees with them at the time theyare in cap tivityQuestionwhat is a bird A bird Is an animal with wings QuestionAn animal AnswerWell a creature with wings and feathers QuestionOn what is a boa constrlc tor fed- AnswerA boa constrictor is fed on worms as often as twice a day Another answer A boa constrictor Is fed on potatoes and cabbage and food which will agree with him He is fed as often as four times a day or according to his health QuestionWhat is the common fatal disease among monkeys AnswerThe fatal disease among monkeys Is fleas Question Name three birds of prey In the United States AnswerThe fox the wild cat and th bearThere were some still more humorous replies concerning paralysis among monkeys In answer to the question what shouldbe done with monkeys when afflicted with paralysis one man recom mended electric baths Oldest Tavern The oldest hotel or tavern In the country Is not in New England but standstwas century by the Spaniards It is a long low building with flat root and lott WaIas lards from the Indians Knowd dat Insurance company no more Svond UrchInNo I couldnt stone do treatment Treated youse bad did deyV Did Say dey treated me like I wuz a policy holder Chicago Sun PENALTY OF MESALLIANCE Eldest Son and Heir of One of Oldest European Families Is Cut Off with Allowance causedIn German Francis Erbach marrying the daughter of a washerwoman who lived In a vllr lage near the family estates of Erbach The count who came of age In December last Is the eldest son and heir of the Erbaijh family which ts one of the oldest In Europe and his bride is a girl of remarkable beauty Finding surmountable obstacles places In tjiq way of his parriage he took his briie to London where the ceremony wjis performed a few days ago eHis romantic attachment has cost much Uy the house laws of the memberhmto e of i the house btfore be pan marry This CouHt Fran ls failed to do and at a he adult male members Of jdsto irto the stales and to slit bins til wlliMi ik tBCe Qf JiOW a year l I Consumption Q There is no specific for consumption Freshair exercise nourishing food and Scotts Emulsion willcome pretty near curing it if there is anything to build on Mill lions of people throughout the goodhealth Q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient could not take it in its old form hence it did very little good They can take SCOTTSEMULSION Iand tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilyIand that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous C We will send you a sample free q Be sure that this picture in the form of a Ubcl is on the wrap per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott cBowne Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York soc and laU druUlsu Mr M F Arbuckles B P It ck still the best Pullets all soil 31 cnckurelft at from 101 to S500 such Address Silver Creek Kentucky- oiler Phone 34 KirksvilK Florida Trip at Small Cost Pan M Bowmar editor of The Sun Versailles will conduct a ten days tour leaving Lousvillo ant via Southern and Q tO Tuesday November 14tb Jiicksonvill Augustine Indian River Pain lieiiuu Mi mlllnd trip up St JoliuV River 44 50 pays all expenses ten days trip Six davs sour 376- 111ite Dun M Bowman Versailles oci25 2 Lost aturday between Million Richmond a walking cane with deer horn handle Liberal reward wilt paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Ky li Doublebreasted SUIT S For Style says Dams Fashion Right again as usual and right here are the suits snappy in their stylish smartness unusualy hbetter f window the next time you pass Slip theyfitSCHLOSS Everything else thats smart for Fall here Suits and Over coatstJO to 25 Our Coa aid 5krt Parlors are filled up with beautiful now Cloaks and Skirts for makes misses soil children We sic showing the prettiest Cloaks for tallies The newest things in Cloaks and Wraps sor children The most uptodate Skirts ever shown in the city Our styles are the newest Our qualities the IJIot Our pi letS the lowest Try us on ladies and mens line shoes Our Ia rranco shoe fIr ladle suits Very lady that wears It riptodatefootwear qualitiesWeLt us shoe them up this fall and we will save you a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all mpnhhndise before you purchase this fall We can save yyu money on yeryarticle you hap We sell ev rytljirg We buy In large quantities for cash and underbill all competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and toe how mu h lower we art than others Wo are agents for the eel hratcd HAWES HATS for men If you dont wear a Hawes Hat you dont get the bot for your money Try one liT DOldham eO Richmond Kentucky The National Daily Review and The Climax Both One YearsliD T T l Y C Y TA m o I Ltr 4 Uce I iii n+ i- L it A Srr TO f a JI I IMustII IInDrmno ri It F i i n- JuJ Iif t I ll k Look Us TJpx fA WHEN YOU WANT iiII Roughand Dressed Lumber v JQors Sash Ceiling ShinglesLaths t NED BL4NTON 5 CO t Mand Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 42 oThe Ri hthOnd Climax rtJBLISHEl vERY WKOKKSDAT BY The Climax Printing 60 Incorporated A D MILLER EdItorMangei u Member Ky Press Association and H PRICE 100 PER YEAR IK ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct uid City OBJces 5 00 For County OfficeR JO For Stllt6 and District Offices rU 15 JOEorr tr r r t l For all publications in the interest Ohfl dividuals or of ual views per line InvnrUblr Cash witbqrder WEDNESDAY NOV 1 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET t For Representative JtW MILLER For ounty Judge JN TURPINI For County Attorney It H CROOKE For Sheriff PB BROADDUS For County Clerki JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS ForSuptPublic Schools IJOHN NOLAND ForCoroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF SrarorirClarence EWoods1 Chief of Police J H Allman Councilmen V S Oldhani Richard MoieerTTCovinKtonG W Qates J Ai Merslion Jennings Maupin Police JudgeTeflI2ing firenleaf- OJty AttorhevT II Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable I M crivne- rANOUNQEM1Ti i We are authorizetl to announce WMooreacuididato for jnagistratQ from Million Magistrial DistrIct sob JiaacliotVor nIb DemofirJitib pty We are authorized to announce Mr Frank Tussey a candidate for Consta ble to succeed himself in Kirkaville Magisterial District subject to action of Democratic party ELECTIOS DY is only seven days off Tne Democratic party calls uponthc faithful to record their fealty as inI days goce by The fervor and the test of faith of the party is to be ready and attentive under all circumstances to the tssks and requirements of party duty In Madison County the ticket is a good one From top to ottomI everynominee under the a true and loyal follower of his partyf In addition to their party they possess many other qualifications which commend ill of th m to every voter of every peruTiU The fact that our enemy ItcimbiiLanism appears to be a hopelessly disorganizeds mass in our county us any the less careful and watchful Vote your ticket vote it straight because it is Democratic and everyman on it is a good man deservingof your support See that your neigho bors come and vote and come your self =vayg VWnEX A MAN votes in a primary het binds himself as sacredly as if byan oath that ho will vote for the nominees of that primaryrJWhenthe regular lection comes oh whether they seem to need his vote or not Now fellow Democrat you arc stopped from t putting up any excuse whatever cxt cept sickness or death if you voted in a the primary If you are a man who respects your obligation you wilIu vote You positively cannot excuse yourself by saying I am too busyt the weatheris too badtho major ity is largd and my vote is not r needed or anything of the kindtLouisville Times =====No BETTER ticket was ever preJ wonted for the consideration pf tbe people than the Democratic nominees Taey deserve and should receive the largest majority over given a county ticket Valley View Argent Ayers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AyeraCherryknow It irreatlr strengthens weak Iiinzt Ins A Kns8oa5alIne lllcli illIAI ttr1tifforrell 3Te Weak Lungs JAyers Pills Increase the activity of the liver and thus aid recovery AMOXG bniEit important questions thatwill come up at the Election next Tuesday is that of voting for bonds for the erection of a new city hall Time aftor time we have placed this matter before our readers and the public showing them in a way the great necessity of such a building1 1 he time for deciding this question is almost here It seems almost useless to urge our wide awake progressive citizens to vote on anything that is as badly neeeed in ourtowrmr is a new city hall and yet we desire to remind you for the last time to Vote for the issuing of these bonds And let us have 1 tonlj an attrnctl new ci t hall but one that will be ldequ fqr the usages required of it and o jn which human life will not be con tinually placed in jeopardy as it is now in the old building Vote for the bonds and by so doing vote tor a building that will be a credit to our town and will Cll a longfelt want IN a speech on The Patriotism Of Peace Governor HanlyofIndiana said ThiLnation has ne mom mad Eor ten years thislandihas enjoyed material wealth and prosperity such as the world has neve r belo re seen and during that time this ma ness has come upon us in full force We have forgotten the commanament Thou shalt not stealand we are hffiig InT1tdiiiDtmatter howmoney is obtainedsoloDg as it is We can not continue in this road indefinteIyanrseuurti Ie continuenco of free institutions The dangers pepce will destoy tJ is country at ihe presenf fate just as certainly as a disastrous war Indeed he sounded a vehement note of varningaganstaliowing the continuance of graft official corrupt tion and disregard for law in the scramble for plunder THE Eminence Constitutionalist sjiysthe voters of lYcntuckyahavQithe chance to do away with the rotten system of voting which is now in existence Not much has been s id this line in the papers but we eel that it is the duty of every fair minded man who honors his state to use his influence and to vote as of old Do away withi thc machine scheme and give everyman a fair Vote to do away with th ecret ballot and be a man Walk U andsay who you arc for by the viva voce system and when the polls are closed there will be no ballots ti throw out no boxes to be stolen n oingof any candidate to beat him ut of what should be his own fljkario iuquisitivethat hey ev to pump an organ 100 Reward 100 Tiiereadrs p hlsPpe fI pleased talearn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is he only positive purp now known to he medical fraternity Catarrh being constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Jure istakeq internally acting directly pon and mucous surfacesof the system thereby destroying the givinhetlje tconstitution and nssistincnntur1h tfe work The prOpnelollf hay o much faith in its power hat they oiler One Hundred Dollars to any case thqtikfails to chre SeuH fo list of testimonials AddressF CHENEY CO Toledo 0 SldbyDrugaists 75cw Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A lot of energy is expended in trying to flhd out things we are sorry to know We Want r You to Feel r i 11tLIthatrwhen you are buyingifurniture or any thing else from us that you are getting the best possible value for your money Our buyers are instructed to turn any line of goods bought before them if it does not come up to our standard in every way Therefore if through any fault iOr oversight of ours goods bought of us go wrongwe wants to rightOur Furnishing Goods is the hand a Thtoiz gS gg m p2Tfr3 r v1- tf of nK Ju V f rrv i GTOTsj HV IOY = L 4 a WHILJJ the question of changing tile Manner of voting back to the good old viva voce system is not a party question the Republicans have instructed every voter that they can command to vote against the change They know that theironly hope of carrying dn election lies in the secret syBtem4when FooJ per IXIe say they will vote one way and then voto another and in stuffing ballot boxesnndchsugingthersu1trrndnitit Democrats are somewhat divided on especiallntuestenough hasf been learned to show that a large majority of them favor the old system It is time however that theywere assisting themselves and beginning campaign of education We want to return tofitst principles exIexpressestsees his vote recorded as cast there is little room for juggling the returns The secret ballot is the hobby of those who are afraid to express themselves publicly and such are worthy of little consideration Let us wipe it from the constitution bya majority that will leave no douot of the disgust it has engendered Frankfort Journal THE Harrodbbtirg Democrat has recently passed its twentysecond milestone Hon Lew B Brown who owns and publishes the Democrat is one of the most finished newspaper men in the state Not only a bril liant journalist but a lawyer as well and above all that a true Kentucky gentleman This paper is reallya model country paper uud we extend to Brother Brown and his force our hearty congratulations and good wishes S SECntrluV TAFT in his speechat Akron Qsaid that Bryan would be the nextstrd r1bdararof the Deme cratic par y We trust the fat and jovial Secretary is right Bryan is the greatest manin the country not even excepting ndeve1IFraiik fort Journal Falls From Car J INURELILHOULDWnePaul Sandlinayoung white man ol Richmond Ky was thrown from a Chestnut and Deweese street car on Jackson street and sustained painful injuries about the bead and shoulders The accident occurred on the car in charge of Motorman Johnson and Conductor Keith Young Kandlin told the CQnductor that he wanted to leave the carat No2 Jackson street It is said Ytllat being afraid that tte conductor would forget itbe leaned outof the car to watch the numbers of the houses and as the cir name to the sharp curve IIat Jackson street lie was thrown to the ground Ho wasTakfrttgrtbo home of r drfcks lit Jackson Street where lie was going and a physician was summnned who dressed his j injuries Lncittjjton HpnrMrOct 25 J Little lov Stories Mr Edgar Qwensj of Orlando and Miss Amj0 uiunbf BereCwere un ted in marriage last Wednesday The wedding took place at the brides home r Yesterday morning at tenoclock the marriage of Rev Robert L Brandenburg ol Louisvilie and Miss Nora Eva N lsndofUnioVCily7 Urn county took place at the Baptist church at the latter place The ceremow was said by Rev G V7 Shepherd in lila most im pressive style The clinrrh wnich was beautifully decorated furl ie occasion ofes groom is a prominent young Baptist minister and at present is pastor of the church at Waco this county lIe i i young man of great strergth of character and stands high in his chosen profession His bride is one of Madison countys most popular young ladys She has long been a social favorite in her home vicinity and wherever known She is widely connected and is a young lady ofPMay happiness be theirs all the days Qf their life oMoonshlncrs Captured General Deputy Collector W T Short and Deputy US Marshal J O Mulhns went to Jackson county last weekend were successful in destroying two moonshine stills One was in operationr bnn = MarVm aria MDfon Carpenter the offenders were arrest d and brought to this city where they were placed in jill Their examining trial was held Monday randJ were t held over to the Federal Grand jlury STOCK REPORT Hibler Bros of Paris shipped three cars of hogs and two cara of cattle to Cincinnati Thursday nlcht The hogs were bought in bourbon at from 4 to 41 cents and cattle ap kern 38 jto 3J c centsClarence A McKay one of the rich est men in t1eric declded toe join the ritnkaftiaeuiilllonaire breed ers ol thuroujiribrcdB iri Kentucky atrKingstonrnear front Baker Gentry More Troibls For The RepobUcans1 mmHonman of tlie Democratic Committee filed on O t23 a certificate of nomi nation of Mr W F Powers for the office oL county surveyo Too much cannot be said in favor of thjejnominec Mr Powerevirf well known to our pee pie He is a Democrat tried and true and baififlwflyiJ colittnaiided the very highest respect Not only a staunch Democrat but a citizen of the best type and Ida nomination for the office of surveyor is meeting with the hearty approval of all Democrats and his elec tion is assured He will make the race against Mr S Parrish Republican AstIIuIfMertUreat Kenness which Was given at the Grand Opera House Monday night for Initirmnry was onti r most beautiful entertainments ever given here by home J talent A great fleal of credlPfsi dutf Mis Weller who iiistiucted and trained the children She has made a life Ktudy f such work and the ease with wIdth she managed the children I- howed her great skill On account ol different conflicting circumstances not s largean audience was prtsent as had teen hoped for However the Inflr tiry Board of Directors feel thaftliel was not In vain as 20 was 188 lf KerIeasisashowot the world and tie characteristic coa 1dudijveJy oau present thoroB bly fttt tk wMltI sari atedeLIL a PERSO L7 Mr Charles Dudley VaS over from Paris last week Mlf A H Williams of Alcorn Jackson countywas in the city Monday Mr Geoffrey Mdrgan anAbjidc have returncdfrom their brldaltdur Wss l I st wee jo yfitJ1lsLlefl Long in Danvihe t Ben the young son of Mr dud MrsrG QaPrewltqoi Iwlt rle lever Mr S L MidkilT has retrjied frQnr infiieMr James Jones of Texas has b envlSlthiif iilVsistef Mrs JArnold t1 11 Mr and Mrs J W Zaringare vis iting their daughler Mrs D Allen inCarlisle Mr Robert W Smith Master Com mlssiBcer of Estill county was in the city yesterday t THenryDHHngham the bright little sonoMranddrs Joseph Chenault has EC3rlet le riMr and Mrs Will SheareK of Lex ingon ihavBiheea visiting Mn and rsT SIIagjin visitingherbothers McRobi its in Danville Ir arid Mrs Julian Van Winkle aril visiting the family of Mr John Van U inkle in Dinville r J Nowvlco is VIS plugnts atd Mrs W L Qrntchej Mrs B p Beck of Cynthiana has Keen visiting her parents Mr and MrsR O Lackeyut Waco President IJurrn Jenkins of Lox ington filled the pulpit at the Christian hur Sunday morning WashingtonCityremain vjntil afterhpelectIo i Mrs W L Luion Sraiud Mrs O C AVallace attbnded the funeral of Mr AJ Po Allisin Paris bit Saturday Mi J H GallagIer traveling passenger agent oft thp Louisville Hen derson LoiisIaiIroad was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday Mrs Rofte J riniln has returned from Danville where she has been fort some time nursing Mr Bland Bal lards children have beep ill with typhoid fever Judge N Brpiniyour Coz I t j J tP 1JBrpaddus okRichmend wer ire Tuesday in thoVanterest bftho Democratic ticket and the Democratic party Valley View Argent MrfT S Hag a prominent drug thecityFridaylau JWPorterProsidentotthe CommercoLcxingtonwf2twvT appointedMr 4psSa fKenteky Southern Conference on Immigrai t ptjitind Qnpran Mj tp beheld at Chattanooga Tenn on the 9th and tlOth of iNavemberii lOOSt mvu Mrs dh + TiVafren has returned from Richmond1 Ky where she went list Uto spendjjv Jew d wit- hTeaunI Mrs Prewitt Mrs hasIlbeenViSlti Little Eugenia Hume whose serious illness fever has kept her hovering betwean 3ife and death for the post fiver weeks is reported to be doing nicely and the chances now are for her recovery Mr and Mrs Hume haVe flad during theirgreat bereavement and trouble the very deepest undHenderwst symyathr of their host oUriends presi1oBorgqernopth Realty C9mpeny who ha heeq nthesani arhm at Martins yill lad anti morrecentfyrt Ken tnqky spfferlpg frpma vtrJlness is reported to bp improving very S 9wlYH Advices from Keptucky where Co Curtis is still sojpurning announces that it will be late in the oiLyNewThe handsome SU1ul ban homo of Attorney and Mrs T H Collins presented a brilliant appearance on cclsiQnbeingJudge J M Benton and Common wealths Attorney B A Crutcher attendingcourthet tornoy elect madean ideal hoit The was elaborately decorated and white being the prevailing colors Potted plants and autumn leaves added beauty to tliescene Thememi which was elaborate was served in the most exquisite style handpainted placeCovers ndditiJptowas elegant in every detil and wlL be long remembered by all present we II and match big assort ment of at less than n Big line latest and new cost 750 10 1250 750 10 and 15 Ic All and 12 will and 350 L1 ffIeJ =No alcoholic con ar13takctl4i1lto b ed through the inhaler the ing Hyomei penetrates to the most ttmot Qf and thus kills the cat nhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete and permanent cure simplest moRfTiaeas ant and only cure 4oi catarrali discovered Complete Outfit 100 extra bottle centst f For SplUl BL Middelton L GIVES THE REStHJS UGHT =TheSMITHSON oRRcr 7TRUSS1 r For sale b PERRY B Shackelford grItdD appears tt Inth thins r i CA Winter Season Richness 01 rf D Fi rslS- eIecnd Modfeh1Sty1e0rily 2mev nt r i v om izV n J Squirrel ShaWl CpllArs Kolinsky ti 1IfS r T tsh1lIlkf At Lynx and SablaStoles aloo rf v rf- ArHaridsbmevGoats r I1100n irrPersi n Var1otfsotherJursjr J J1rf tth trj Iff Coats Coats for Motoring Car riage QoittsItNvening J 1r = JIgI1J2rL I rcTidcxT nnud J itI OuifittcttJij r lt d Ii 14t East Main Street 1 LexiTbn 4 i Kentucky J c t IS j j is i 71 71 71 1 7II7E7J p fr Viiii+ w I iQ iUI IIx l M s ri t I il W IMIIIIIIIHIItII I I U w wm W N z iI w i d J of the best Merchandise atf = Prices Never Before EqvnJed 1 1 sH sgio i1Iy any store in Centra Kentucky or i r lIn J- It iIt Two Big Stores I t now running So come early arid advantage of the Greatest Bargains ever known in the history of the dry goods in t Riehmond This great sale f mencing tlJ tlJ i 1 Monday October 16th j Qfu w moeypyou an are QU a I Foreigriand Domestic Dress GoocM agreat many new ones Crayenette Cloths PlaidsHenriettasnAlBiatmMbKairs o etct we willsell at t3tb J 2 less regular price a large assortment of Silksf most weave known at l31essthan regular price Black Taffeta 36 inches widet fully guaranteed to weai11sellati peryard which is less it cost at wholesaleP ti vi II di nI II Linens of Every Description Table Linens Napkins to beauiiful Iqualities at wholesale prices A Towels J3 regular price fc tiJJ p Ladies Raificoafe rf all styles shapes 15 20 wiirseUat 5 Co s eFs the leading most popular makes at price Women Skirts regular price 7 and 8 stlflt i 3 CZ44 dangerous drugs or pqidhp tkkstom lialsamlclieal of HyomesTb teed that hRBfieen IT BEST Satisfaction guarantee Iby TiipuKs interesting lfr f Natural ptiioh SIetnTI c stmhand tHfr yTs j Furlined r YioperrJr II icr m I d take trade Gorri than every 150 Silk than strictly regular Goat51SR 4 sevi L hundred yards ofneiv Outings Flahnellettes at wholesale prices 7 12cr yard A large lie of woniens and childrens UNDERWEAR 1 2ia 1i- regular price sizes andquality the besti You can save big moneys Jwhicli at the beginning of the season isu- very unusual t1iikr k Lhi nIjI TL a trkett1rgaIns IF uIT I n Elillinery I buouvu iuq 01 tq 1In fact we have so many goods weican en merate them7ftAIgob4s jfil1 + both stores will be sacrificedregardIessof cost M we ask of ytijs to come in and let us demonstrate the above Theestocl n st be closed outbyJnuay tJD 1906t as I leave then for New York to live n ii y t pE WJLJ TURNERs niMfiTiynua m IOjJlCorner Main and Second Streets IUCMQND in j A vjfe vjj M i vii 2 tEaEI C N T JSIIoJ TR t tZ j t v j L k 1 htc2 tLr It r wv7rchf1 wLi1l JLrullto J DRt GOODS xNbTlo fs sbiTsi vvvCLoAKs FURS WRAPSC f co 4 v t r ry r It1 ttaiyrW Of ntcJ r W 1ni e1 a a tt tt4 i rt j 1- Z3ll ot J Violl II cnct I I j Lr to I t Enormously C1Ji r1 r ii Heavy Business TJf jd tiss i C Id 1lerQ has lipIa11 previous trading In fact the s was J so ntr inticipated that it nearly rtJ depleiefi the magnificent stock we opened l1asonwith Our buyer went to New York two wkaggo purchasesarejustWithing more fascinating tharr the early showing as new t features are embodied here and therethabihlerthem more attractive The following items OfthiS recentf purchase will be ciaHy exhibited tornorroWj nml merit your investigation A tJS rl in Cheviots1J3rpa1clc th and Mixtures sucU lciifg 1shades as purple mulberry rose green red brown gray mixtures tCl in extremely long coats S neonandblpnseSj bought witbintl1as jtWA j eeks and right up to the minute in style ostq I Rricea JO00 to 6000a New Waists This department contains some of the choicest waists ever created Handsome novelty garments in white black and evening shades macle of cTnffqn taffe alace crepe dechene and net d T A wonderful line of pe taffeta waists that ijy yy wont split Really wortTSGJ31ack white and all othershades P t Cloth Coats Aielos v isrnonew broadcloth light weight kersey and fancy mixture materials In the very newest Itleast A1a big assortment of rain coats Coat time is now here and the early comers wTTfind S 3 lection of unusual elegance A wonderful Hneof childrens coats at i a 05 totr KAUFMAN STRAUS and GonhEmnu n 322325mMain t Lexington Ky 5ityWeckzfo 7 Y01jtlsUompat the subscription price S175t will receive free all the remaining issues bt the paper for 1905 These issues will contain nearly 5ff complete stories besides the opening chapters of Grace- S Richmonds serial The Churchills LatchString a ol The SSQorid Violin l wJlICtapPfoared in the eirl w eksolthis yeat Madame Sembrich will contribute an article on 35fefefgSsMI HavexSungTo arantl there wilLbe three stories bJray Roberts Clark under the title Tales ufPawliero ft These will iSive a foretaste of tIlt good things in store for lOGO full illu bated Annoiwc ti ntofwnich jvill rji pent to any address free with eamph 1 copies of the paper New subscribers will alo receive i lIfnutemel1Calendar twelve colors and gold t THE YOUTHS CO IPANldN 144 Berkeley Street BobTOjr Mss TOE t1c tiHonlt iancUnrla by the Japanese is being actively cat nod on and troops are arrivingfdaily at various ports Gepi Krirofci ispxpecte3 in Tokio by the middle of November Luck wont push you up IIt ommb Dne a1e It ItBridget Moynehan Plir u1 HlifeateMcMahanc Dfts 4t qlci Sale quty By virtue Sf a JTudgineut arid Order ofbaleof the rendered at the OcLob4Prprnithiereo undersiTh r M ji ei I 19U5L Attheliour of 10 qcIQckatllQn the premises In Hi Afadieon coun ty Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and properlyljviz A Certain Lot thereQpIyIng1Oil Richmond Ky beginning at the cot jiiflr 1 a Wesfyfinerlr owned bj linetwenty 40feetoWJecsame properly described rnadeed ridkjtMoyuieluanorth h1ru Yt TERMSQ six6mqoireo to giftI boat wiitfiood1i l ortheainti J t titll heguil Jnfere ffr6 tfAy rtlI W1 Un tipurchaseSIE YPi1 II 1 ilt IIjJj I4 I IJnYou have read about our cyQ KLbec uge we keep telling you about it in inasntimpressdigaiu that our W 1 Straight Creek CdaI is the best to buy for every eon toyourtryingsatisfied to let you do the talking after warfl8i pF tlt LTPLASTER tcth1ian Vit Office and Yard at L N riepot Telephone 142 i Pii tlC sAt tIsaleher1R s1DENC nnllMobtaihingseven rooms and kitchen gsa ldnplace toe aboarding liogt Front ae Lotetforanother residncle Sale will take place on premises 11 Saturday November 111905 f ttnleaqUBnlltVFurnitnte yfiJ tIe Bold for tasb erius made known on day of sale tf Mrs Ora OfeiI tpnhliusalmond Ky on Mooerley avenue be tlhODBefn 1tl ttrpOrthClce lIa r rj OXJ50leJon It f 11WJtfA Reeves DM d jn1t Up 1t1own i tGkikOe town w entitltKl tpnr stioist in t Mtiatlotlof dHb 1Mi 1tHJy Wirkll tlinsqthat iiIsually mutual The ccmjnIIBtyJtu RIITJCLL T1i 1r Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT f Rough and Dressed Lumber D oors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths TED BLNTON GOa- ar J Mand Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WKDNK8DAT BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated- A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Assoclatlod and PRICE 1OO PIm YEAR IN ADVANCE u Rates For Political Announcements For PreCInct arid City Offices J 5 01rOnunt1OffiOeiYorSttt4atid District For Calls per lne Eor Cards per line For all publications in the interest of In dirMials or of individ ual views per line Invariably Cash wHborder WEDNESDAY NOV 1 1900 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W JUILLER For Bounty Judge N n TURPIN For County Attorney K H CROOKE For Sheriff PBBROAIWUS For County Olerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAOBRS Fop Supt Public Saheols JOHN NOLAN ForOoroner HOBT L BIGGERSTAFF Mayor 3terence E Woods Ohiel of Police 4 11 Allman Oonncilmen W S OUihain Richard MoiveevT T Covinuton G W Oaks J A MerwhoD Jennings Maupin Police Jade Jennings Grewlwf City AttorneyT Collins MzgitrMeJfte Hykw Constable U M Scrivner 4 AKNOONOEMEKT We are authorized to announce J W Moore a CAndidate for magi from Million MaKw trial District nab toot to actimi of thfe DemocrHtic IMlrty r We are authorized to announce Mr Frank Tiusey a candidate for Consta ble to succeed himself in Kirkgville Magisterial District wibjeet to action of Democratic party ELKCTION DAY is only seven days off Tie Democratic party calls upon the faithful to record their fealty as in Jays gore by The fervor and the last of faith of the party is to be ready and attentive under all circumstances to the tS1S and requirements of party duty III Madison County the ticket is a good one From top to bottom every nominee under the Rooster is a true and loyal follower of his party In additloa to their party loyalty they possess many other qualifications which commend nil of tli in to every voter of every perILs I he fact that our enemy ItvpuUUraniam appears to be a hopelessly disorganized mass in our county should not make us any tho less careful and watchful Vote your ticket vote it straight be cause it is Democratic and every man on it is a good man deserving of your support See that your neigh hprs coma and vote and come your self WHEN A MAN votes in a primary he binds himself as sacredly as if byan oath that he will vote for the nominees of that primary when the regular election comes on whether they seem to need his vote or not Now fellow Democrat you arc stopped from putting up any excuse whatever ox cept sickness or death if you voted in the primary If you are a man who respects your obligation you will vote You positively cannot excuse yourself by saying I am too busy the woathoris too badtho major ity is lllrgand my vote is not needed or anything of tho kind Louisville Times No BtrrrBit ticket was over pre sented for the consideration of the people than the Democratic nominees Taey deserve and should receive the largest majority ever given a county ticketValley View Argent I A JiiersITake cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a great CherryPectoral deal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AyeraCherryknow It lungsMas lIcl1 iQIAll rwlI Ms- I 0Tr rRdfor Weak Lungs Ayers Pills increase the activity of the liver and thus aid recovery AMOKG OTIIKH important questions thatwill come up at the Election next Tuesday is that of voting for bonds for the election of a new city hall Time after time we have placed this matter before our readers and the public showing thorn in a way the great neccssity of such a building a he time for deciding this question is almost here It seems almost useless to urge our wide awake progressive citizens to vote on anything that is as badly neeeed in our town is is a new city hall and yet we desire to remind you for the last time to vote for the issuing of those bonds And let us have not onlyan attractive new city tall but one that will be adequate for the usages required of it and ono which human life will not be con tinually placed in jeopardy as it is now in the old building Vote for the bonds and by so doing vote tor a ourOtown and will fill a longfelt want Ix speech on The Patiiotifiu of 1nuse Governor Hanly of Indiana Iallas gone money watt For ten years this landhas enjoyed material wealth and prosperity such as the world has novdr before seen and during that time this madness has come upon us in full force We have forgotten the commanumon t Thou shalt not steal11 and we are liking thepositlon that it does not matter how money is obtained so long as it is got We can not Continue in this road indefinitely and secure the C3ntinuenec of free institutions The dangers p peace will destoy ttjis country at the present raTe just as certainly as a disastrous war Indeed he sounded a vehement note of warningaginst1lowing the continuance of graft official corruption and disregard for law in the scramble for plunder THE Eminence Constitutionalist spy a the voters of Kcntuckyhavothe chance to do away with the rotten system of voting which is now in cx iitonce Not much has boon s id along this line in the papers but wc feel that it is the duty of every fair minded man who honors his state b use his influence and to vote as of old Do away withwthc machine scheme and give every man a fair chance Vote to do away with the secret ballot and be a man Walk up and say who you aie for by the viva voce system and when the polls are closed there will be no ballots to throw out no boxes to be stolen no doingof any candidate to beat him out of what should be his own I Ssmewpmen are so inquisitive that they would even try to pump an organ 100 Reward JOO The readers of this papea1wlILb pleased to learn that there is at leasiIone dreaded disease that science been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces or the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving uptltldOing 8 work The proprretdrs have eo much faith in its curative that they olfer One Hundred Dollars foi any case tlAiiitfai1s tq cine 3en3 foi list of testfiuonials AddressF CHENEY CO Toledo O SdbyDru lists 75c5fTake Halls Family Pills for Constipation A lot of energy is expended in trYJDJj to find out things we are sorry to knowI r n We Want You to FeelFthat when you are buying furniture or any thing else from us that you are getting the best possible value for your money Our buyers are instructed to turn down any line of goods bought before them if it does not come up to our standard in every way Therefore if through any fault or oversight of ours goods bought of us go wrongwe want to know it and make it right Our fall line of House Furnishing Goods is the handsomest ever brought on our floors You owe it to yourself to look at it before making anr purchasesef of L r F c ii s w 1 WHILE the question of changing the manner of Toting back to the good old viva voco syatem is not a party question the Republicans have inj structed every voter that theycan command to vote against the change They know that their only hope of carrying tin election lies in the secret h system when PIen or ra er mice say they will vote one way and then r vote another and in stuffing ballot boxesndchangingtheresn1trnndf Dcm itSmSsomewhat divided on the and while Squestion Jnc especial interest has been developed in it enough has been learned to show that a large majority ot them favor the old fs system It is time however that they were assisting themselves and beginning campaign of education We want to return to fist principles to honest elections and honest ex pressions When a voter expresses his choice by the word of mouth and sees his vote recorded as cast there is little room for juggling the returns The secret ballot is the hobby of those who are afraid to express themselves publicly and such are worthy of little consideration Let us wipe it from the constitution bya majority that will leave no douot of the disgust it has engendered Frankfort Journal TIlE llarrodbburg Democrat has re cently passed its twentysecond mile stone Hon Lew B Brown who owns and publishes the Democrat is one of the most finished newspaperb men in the state Not a liant journalist but a lawyer as well and above all that a true Kentuckyi gentleman This paper is a t model country paperuud we extend to Brother Brown and his force our hearty congratulations and goodr wishes SEC rAltT TAFT in his speechat Akron O said that Bryan would be the next standard bearer of the Demc cratic par y We trust the fat and jovial Secretary is right Bryan is d the greatest manin the countrynot even excepting Roosevelt Frank fort Journal P Falls From CartPAUL SfKDUN OF RICHMOND IS INJURED ABOUT HEAD AND MiOULDEKS Paul Sandlin a young whito man of Richmond Ky was tlirown from a Chestnut and Deweese street car on Jackson street and sustained painful injuries about tile head and shoulders The accident occurred on the car in charge of Motorman Johnson and Conductor Keith Young Saudlin told tile conductor that he wanted to leave the car at No2 Jackson street It is said that being afraid that tte conductor would forget it he leaned outol the car to watch the numbers of the houses milt as tile car name to the sharp curve at Jackson street he was thrown to the groud Ho uns taken to the home of Mr Kehdrfcks at No 2 Jackson street where lIe was going and n physician was summoned who dressed his injuries LrxitiRton Hrrald Oct 25 Little Love Stories Mr Edgar Qwens of Orlando and Afiss Amy Guiun of Bereft were un ted in marriage last Wednesday The wedding took place at the brides home Yesterday niorning at tenoclock the marriage of Rev Robert L Brandenburg ot Louisvile and Miss Nora Eva Xuhnd ofTTnioh City this county took place at the Baptist church at the latter place The ceremorv Will said by Rev Gr W Shepherd in his most im pressive style ThA chnrh wtiicli wns v beautifully decorated fur the occasion was filled with friends aid relatives of the contracting parties The groom is a prominent young Baptist minister and at present is pastor of the church at Waco this county lIe it i young man of great strength of character and stands high in his chosen profession His bride is one of Madison countys most popular young ladys She has long been a social favorite in her home vicinity and wherever known She is widely connected and is a young lady of rare personality and sweetness of disposition that endears her to all May happiness be theirs all the days Qf their life Moonshlntrs Captured General Deputy Collector W T Short and Deputy US Marshal J G Mullms went to Jackson county last weekend were successful in destroying two moonshine stills One was in operation Jo1nMiThi iiricf MiltoH Carpenter the offenders were arrested and brought to this city where they were placed in jill Their examining trial was held Monday randtthey wtre held over to the Federal Grand Jury STOCK REPORT Hibler Bros of Paris shipped three cars of hogs anil two cars of cattle to hogsI4f cents and cattle a from 8 to 3j cents Clarence A McKay one of the rich cst men in America Ijas declded to join the r nkai f the millionaire breeders ot thoroughbreds in Kentucky Kingstonrnear from Baker Gentry More Trosbl for The Republicans s Hon J A Sullivan who IS Chairman of te Democratic Committee filed on Oct 23 a certificate of nomi nation of Mr W F Powers for the ollke of county surveyor Too much cannot be said in favorof thejuominee Mr PowersVU well known to our pea pe He is a Democrat tried and true 35 and hasalwK commanded the very Iholiest respect Not only a staunch N Deinociat but a citizen of the best type and his nomination for the office v of surveyor is meeting with the hearty 2p- proval of nIl Democrats and his elecilion is assured Ho will make the race ngainst Mr S Parrish Republican A Jftaoilful Enttrt5lfmenti Kermess which was given at the Grand Opera House Monday night for the beuefitfof tlu Pattie A Clay In firuiary wss OUH f the most beautiful entertainments ever given here by home B titlent A great deal of credits tlLir 1 Mrs Weller who instructed and trained 1IItudywhich she managed the childrenIshowed her great skill On different conflicting circumstances not aslargean audience was present as had Ibeen hoped for However the luflr J ftry Board of Directors feel IhattbelIfort was not in vain as 25 JessJJ the world and the characteristic cos Idetailud very onu preterit thoroughly QIJ joyeJ the Wautitul marches and drUId RsokL P h Mr Charles Dudley was over from Paris last week A H Williams of Alcorn Jackson county was in the city Monday Mr GepjTreyMdrcan and bjrdo ave returned from their bridal tour JlsltBen the young son of Mr dnd ooqFreittri UwithSCarle ever Mr S L MidkifT has retyrned from Springs much improved in eafthMr James Jones of Texas has c vlsltirighlksistef Mrs J W rnoldCl 0 J jMr and Mrs J W rilg are vis their daughter Mrs D Allen in Carlisle Mr Robert W Smith Mister Con mlssibner ofEstilJcotinty was in the city Henry Dillingham the bright little son of Mr andMisJQseph Chenault has s carle t r Loxbgdn5Mrs T g Hagan sltinghcrbrothers McKoborts in Danville Mr and Mrs Julian Van Winkle are visiting time family of Mr John Van inkle in Danville NewMexIcoaqd Mrs W L Crutcher Mrs5B 0 Beck of Cynth ana has een visiting her parents Mr and MrsR O Lackey at Waco President Burrns Jenkins of Lox filled the at the Chris ianChurchSqndaymoyning WashmgtonCityremain until after Ihp election Mrs WE Luxon Sr and Mrs C C Wallace attended the funeral of rA Po Allisin Paris mit Saturday Mr J H Gallagher traveling passenger ngtof th1 Louisville lIen erson Louis railroad was a pleasant caller at this oflice Saturday Mrs RdSe Jdrman has returned from Danville where She has been for some time nursing Mr Bland Bal children have beep with typhoid fever Judge N B Tiirpin and your Coz 113 Brp1fIdus oftRichmqnd1 were- bre Tuesday in theUnterest of the Democratic ticket and the Democratic party Valley View Argent Mr T S Htfgan a prominent drug gist of Richmond Ky was in the city Friday the guest of his brotherin aw J WPortcr1rosidentoLthoC- naniber of Commerce LexiDgton 1ttY1 mT appoIntedMrIIprlllegtth6gt 0J Kentuey- the Southern Conference on Immigra pnnnl Qnprantinetp beheld at battanooga Tenn on the 9th and 40th of Novemberi 1005i Mrs Guy Warren has returned from Richmond Ky where she went ist yeek to spend a Jew cIqywith her aunt Mrs G G rs Sherman Dudley ofChtcagnwho has been visiting her sister Mrs WillD Oldharai Js now in Rlchmoniir Ky Spending a wcck Lexingto Leader Little Eugenia Hume whose serious illness fever has kept her hovering between ire and death for the pastCve1 weeks is reported to be doing nicely and the chances now are for her recovery Mr and Mrs Hume have Had during theirgreat bereave ment And trouble the very deepest nnd tendorust Bymyathy of their hut of friends presisellBorgnernouth alty Companywho has been in the saniariiim at Martins villt Ind and mpre eeentlyin Ken tucky suffering frpm a severe illness- Is reported to bo improving very slowly Advices from Keptucky where Cot Curtis is still sojpurnicg announces that it will be late in the fall before he returns to this city New Orleans TimesDemocrat- The handsome subuiban home of Attorneyand Mrs T H Collins presented a brilliant appearance on last Thursday eV nirg the occasion being a dinner in honor of Circuit Judge J M Benton and Commonwealths Attorney B A Crutcher bolh of whom were attending court bereMr Collins who is City At = torney elect made an ideal hb t The house was elaborately decorated pink and white being the prevailing colors Potted plants and autumn leaves added beauty to the scene The meri i which was elaborate was served in the most exquisite style handpainted placeCoversmembers of the local bar in addition to the guests of honor The affair was elegant in every dctil and wiL be long remembered by all present too of Every Linens to at prices assort ment at J3 than j tMi U Big styles ncw 1 f s e All at price 7 8 l- If sell at il stT ff E CaZl44- 4gzaH No dangerous drugs or alcoholic con oo tB taken Jato the stomackJ rHrelJChedihrof Hyomei penetrates to the temot 18 fbn ntJoothJ and thus kills the catarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane and gives complete permanent simplest mosfeas curelOleatarrali GIVES THE ftESUUS FIT TheSMffHSbNJM I h T J 4 i IN ANY Satisfaction guarantecl For sale by- by THMAS itorend D B advertisement an it appears in this issue He interesting things tosay to 1 vu g Io r- 6 A Winter Seasons Richness 3- K fr tBl Ad Ftrr s T Selecland Modfeh StsyleS I- W o v n ta nt Natural Squirrel Shawl Collars A J Yt Tffefl6h ScWfa Jap Mmkf n 3l4S I t Sttl r nfrrHaridsbmeGoats Iamban- d4IrY A- tJ iI various1otheifursi r Jt 1r Furlined Coats Coats for Motoring Careriage vening Coats a J ft J fA1brOAeO ci f ti C 141 East Main Street c Lexington Kentucky i i f iJ SR 71 7J7lI fI 7f Z 711 tI 7JK71 7f 717J7I7I Irei L 1 Ui aM II 9q p p ffiw 17r 2rth 17 ti LEtI i JZWsA 1li i t4 1 IId ivtit of the foe Merchandise at ml- 3Prices ever B fore Equaled by any store KentuckyarT fO r i i O Two Big Stores t now running So come early and advantage of the ever S known in the history of the dry goods trade in This great sale com in mencing Jut Monday October 16th i95vi k f of will as never before the wonderful purchasing powers of your moyeT61 give you an idea of what we are going to do will give you a few prices Foreign and Domestic Dress Goodstr a great many nerv onesCravenette Cloths Plaids AlBatro etctwe will sell at J3 to 12 less than regular price a large assortment of most every weave known at 13 Jess than regular price Black Taffeta Silkv36 inches wide guaranteed to wear Will sell at J per yard whi h is less In it cost at wholesale s ri lii I H II ducj Linens Description Table and Napkins match beautiful qualities strictly wholesale A of Towels less price Ladies RaincoatsI line aU latest and shapes cost 750 10 1250 15 20 willse1Iat 5 i F Co tiTthe leading and most popular makes 12 regular Womens Skirts regular price and w and350 t Lug most and cureHyomefjatnl BEST ItpLDa PEltRY sase Shackelfords has some ypu Vt Oflly mo ii A Kolinsky SSfflefiittl MtiK inPersian tMCf1ij iJ1 Goats tftt Ouififtct9 Women t in Central take Greatest Bargains Richmond demonstrate Henriettas Mbhairs7 Silkst150 fully than big regular 750I0and15 ceveral hundred yardS6F new Outings I f and Flaiinellettes at wfiolsalepr1ces 7 T2 c per yard A large line of womens and childrens UNDERWEAR 1 7iregular price sizes andrqualitythe st3o You can save big money which af the beginning of the season is a very1unusual tl4ogJ b itAj Great DaranS ty I VI i rI h in nJIIinery I Fe It iis on fIn fact we have so many goods we cant tomerate them AH goods inPMboth stores will be sacrificed regardless of cost All we ask of you is to come inaand let us demonstrate the above Thestock friust be closed piiibyjatiary 1stI feet J906 as I leave then for New York to live Iee It1ii t rML of for I B w TI1RNEitREt fiitll i 0 Corner Main and Second Streets t I ISnIiX pul7Ii = 7J 1v 7F j 7E I Effi 7 miJ W DRY GOODS N TICNSS ITS lvCLoAKs FURS WRAPS C t on II Enormously H Heavy Business TII pas six W eks ecord ber has eClipsT all previous trading In fact the business was so mqclgfenter4haurwe anticipated that it nearly t depleted the magnificent stockwe opened the season with Our went to New York two weeks agoto 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 arcs 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 fin Cheviots Brpadclrth and Mixtures such pleasing shades as purple mulberry rose green red brown black gray mixtures j etc in extremely long coats eons and blouses bought within the last tWo Yieeks and right up to the minute in style Prices JXOO to 6000 New Waists This department contains some of the choicest waists ever created Handsome novelty garments in white black and evening shades made of taffeta lace crepe de chene andnet wonderful line of fine taffeta waists that cjSA split Really wortTG Black white and all other shades Cloth Coats Allow lotos handsome new broadcloth light weight kersov snd fancymixture materials In the very newest ideas Alsoa bi1S sortment of rain coats Coat time is now here and the early corners wi r fibda s lection of unusual elegance wonderful lineo childrens coats at 5 to KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky 5iItyWeth lot 175 The new subscriber to The Youthjs Companion tor iWX5 who at onCe sends the subscription price S175 will receive free all the remaining issues of the paper for 1905 These issues will contain nearly 50 complete stories besides the opening chapters of Grace Richmonds serial Time Churchills LatchStringAa 1ft sory of The Seeond Violin1 wIllctappiared the e weeksoftliisyeafT Madame Seinbrich will contribute an article on v Hg8IH vetSung4TuJlant there wilt be three stories lyr May Roberts Clark under the title Tale ifPawfiee Hero i7 IThese will cive a foretaste of tin good timings in store for 19CC full HI ni rnted Annoiyicejrintorw1iich wili tent to any address free with eamph copies of the paper New subscribers will also receive ift of The Companions Minutemen Calendar for 190G H ltqxraphed in welve coorB and gold THE YOUTHd fOMPANldN 144 Berkeley Street Bosvos1Mass THE evacuation of ftianchnrla by he Japanese is beingactively cam ned n and troops are Ilrrivlllg daily arious ports GeV Kuroki isexpecteB Tokio by the middle of November Luck wont push you up hilt i CommG ion rS Sals Bridget Moynehan Fur 1 a tj i1ate AIcMalianAc Dfts t Nptice of Salejn Equity By virtue 6f a Juflgmeut Order oftiuleof the JladisouCirpult Court rendered at the TernKthereof theUIIdersijned fNovem ei j6119U5 ttheliourof 10 qclQckaq the premises in KiCliinond Madison coon Kentucky proceed to expose to bidderf 1 zsa 5tA Certain Lot with the improvements therepu Jyine the west side of First street in Richmond Ky beginning at the coi byartinenty 20 feet to Mary Jane Roberts- rdeieiino thencesouthorty 40 thence east twenty 20 feet to a cross tree 1tfadeasseithTERMS cfao sixGlmjmthto vi antf ap ofhelegalImeretthepurchaseSm E eorrbl Itt Spe tMQcjfCr Will lt lwt I 111L You have read about our D5QKLecau- qwe t keep telling you about it in the papers Perhaps hasnt irriRresp 1 id you as it should Therefore we say igain that our 1 Straight Creek f Coal I is the best to buy for every reason I itryln2satisfied to let you do the talking after IPIAS1ERL t nerana Witt Office and Yard at L N Depot Telephone 142 PUBLIC SALE I saletierRESiDENC located on ornEr of Third street and KYIOntalningseven and water fixtures cistern stable and nil cCsmirV outbulhhlgs Any ideal place for a hoiiBe Front a e 127 feet depth about 150 feet Lot ibdivi81f1nInllnotheplace on premises Saturday November JJ4905Q Pq da at 2Itoelockr p M Atsahie time a llhenlomade known on day of sale tIIl Mrs Ora ONeil tpuhllcsalmond Ky on Moberley avenue be- Said1w p imtlJtilrd 1 fot1tf8tTcetshouse is a omie story mme cottaJt otmsr lint twportne1tpla r i L9tiR50xlroreetQ1ora on daor sale K ii j W A Reeves novl2 V n iiJTilk Up Y6 TowuSYour hoaie town ia entitled to your Rood will m every way Talk the 16t you can for it1 YoVwillBHd that It raista ou in the ostitntlonof thos JlhaitRoodnwnjelo peaks WEll for his community e well of his ccii- iaeRtqJQeia1iJsiQ4DiuIauA14 ir c l FORC H SALE t 200 Blue Grass Farms and Valuable Town Property ha Piiohc1 Estate Agencyl RICHMOND KY or Rues Curry Harrodsburg Ky No700A fine dairy farm of 53 acres just out side city limits of Richmond Kv New eight room double story frame dwelling with basement and water works large stock barn new 04x100 portion ar tc ranged especially for dairy WeBI wateied and fenetl all tine location Price aud termsnas i onableIit No 70177 acres fine blue grass land two and oneh U miles from Richmond on one of the best in Catbelarge stock barn spcndidlyvateredIta good neighborhood nn ii certainlv cheap at the price 7650 per acre foNoland two miles from Richmond all in grass is very productive and adopted to the growth of any of the cereals common to this county Well watered and fenced The improveW ra nts consist of a residence of ten rooms in splendid IT repair all necessary outbuildings a b largo stock barn new This is n fine place well improvedand equipped and just the right distance from towntliNo 703117 acres on good pike threMourth mile from town The blandand is adopted to the growthof m hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cot antageall other necessary outbuildings Ths one islocated just right and is ou sure to please you i No 704105 acres land all in blue fine sod onehalf mile from frRichmondrooms stock barn is well wa ls ditoredworth the moneyh hohalfpopular pikes leading into Richmond Residence a tonroorh frarue modem in construction and has all needw cd conveniences AH smaller outbuildings and two good stock barns roonefeet repair good garden and plenty of fruit and shade This is consid ored one of the prettiest homes in the county and is cheap at the price l t askedoNo 706200 acres about one and on half miles westof Richmond on a good pike all in blue grass except nil garden gnod orchard residence of six rooms and nil necessary outbuild- Ings A part of this land is virginla soil and most all will produce or tobacco This is a rare opportunihI ty to get a fine frm as this is soldom offered for sal Terms easy No 707113 acres tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Kv one third in grass bilance cr ip two ten a ant houses three barns under good fence never falling water price 60 per acre Terms easy and possession lwtoNo 708257 acres land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten aore tqbaeco barn fitck barns two resiliences can be divided into twoI farms giving residence with each ThB farm is mostly in gra s well fenced and finely watered price v55 pi acrec1 No 70975 acres tine land at Kirksville Ky divided into four h fittMg water in every field part of the anl In hlul grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to bnnco homo corn or wheat finel neighborhood and good schools churches in thft villagejif Kiksvillu Rosidanee adjoining can be sold with land No 710115 acres about onehalf mile from city limits all in rtssTwell watered by ponds and fencing good sixroom dwelling Id cistern orch rd garden and KUble every hing in lirtclass con dition anti cheap at 100 per acre Trms easy No 711294 acres about tjvo miles fwm Richmond wi h elegnt ten room residence tobaco and stock bun well wnteied and good fening Possession given January 1st 1906 Price 15500 Easy termsINo 712255 acres al will grow hum or tobacco un pike 8 miles from Richmond TV farm is neirly nIl in grass and is well equipped in every detail Has an excellent frame house of ten rooms good barns and out buildings stock scale plentyof vat r fonct g firstclnsi This farm is a line producer and will pay well on yourinvesiruent K y payments 6I3liflqres sendid land 7j miles norh of Klchuioml in one ol the nliest sections of Mndsoti c un ty an on a good pile A splendid rusKionce of fight rooms in good repair two barns splendid young 01I ch rd well watered and fenced A nice home and a good farm Price 90 par acre 714100 acres unimproved land all in grass 8 mils from town Thte ftrni is very fertile and a none y ranker Pi ice reasonable and will be sold on long tim- ctTown Property No looTwo and onehalf acres wth elegant brhk residence of ten rooms bath and cellar go d corn nindliius stable poultry house and other outbuildings good gtrden and some fruit loonier on one of the bet lesiilenco street In Richmond price 45oo Terms liberal No llol Nice twostory sixroom residence on a good street near ceo ter of the city lot 45x2 o feet good Htable anti garden residence is in firstclass condition and Js n very desirable home and cheap at 2ooo- Xo Ilo2 Twostory brick reQI dence of ten rooms on West Main street kitchen hall bath room and basement front and side perches 11ntatall1 of its departments lot ill 9nx4oo feftt good garden and other outbuildings Will sell on easy term or tradu for farm Inspection is n vitM few opportunities to getthh Kind No 1103 Ons acre lot with good stx room house orchard stable another ontbuUding1 good garden in Kliksville KyA good business pofutand has excellent schools and churches A good farm can be sold ii ccuucction wlin hit property Harrodsburg ronmbrkkwel1lnoWater In bpnsp heated by furnace nearwnandonpfleroperly framewelt1nDanville pike one milt from town Price low blacknithtreets onexinfonnyenue Si Large and d lrable home of th Srn xacrpoflanIillot front with dwelling ofITarrorlouCl IIwellstenant houses 3 baron and double crib Silegill excbange for town property uikalniilofarrodbrguggy hon e crib ant diary Terms easy NoilM flt acrs mile from town on andwaterdNo irs 137J atrea rondi lanl well Im barnnd ndIarn and Outbuilding Price roll per acre threeilestobacco201 41S acres Mae cra s land well fenced dutbuildings mlleatonNo lt7 315 acres n Salt river near plk outbuildiogaundance mllpsfmhouserrevisions of and 79 acres house to each Uarro4snrrunlmflrovpdbnta UOOhothmileiisodebnrene frame dwelling 9 barns ohcco barn wellvatered IcnIod tobacco barn well watered milloutonTduvtnntramllinwoutbuildings Price low No Kf 120 acres In Vmhlneon rnnlv outhulldlnlnrrlorIn grin except acres Price roomdwelllnlNo 252 VlRrpRpffitclasi Salt river- nd Iqys well wilt brine hmt or tobacco 8 improveents fromnnvIlTroom dwelling barn etc Price JP7JO No acres on Salt rlverfimllrs out dwellingndpikemprvemants No 27S 550 acres 5 miles from tow im ments No 27 ISB acres well Improved 7 room dwelling stock and tobacco bard etc No 277 56 nnlmproved land well fenced No 278 100 aces with good Improvement andhullillnlrlln threeileshousebrnNo 281 acres orlinlen 1idU donnlke nnlnllillnrt1lNo 5 7 vn nKfi o n r IVe lava brick dwelUne and all needed i nprovements Nn sru on nike and ferf fly outbulldInlNo MI screson Tike mile ontlqn- dend1etivwll fnedend wd room welling tenant bon e barn outbuildings STncressmalltworoomdwellingia 0Tnledwelling barn and ontbnlldlnrs PreP low No 294 2V acres 2 miles of Lancaster on fV highly Improved with Iar3e two story dwflllnir etc No 207 22 acres In ITaJrodsburg with room dwelling No 4flflaerof boHom and Mmbi Snrt Srnehnfthllandls Hottom land nnH rule wll Improved with 3 dwellings barn nnd ontlinllkings I 800- 0in19t Il cre good toO land In nod staleof rnltlvntlon rood fencing Hnd pl1 watered two sIny room dwelling two barns and o Mraldlhir Price 7210 No 300 4vveswith5room cOttage and arn in town limits Price 1100 No m acres of lIt classland miles out on god nlkeflne location fivejoon dwelling barn etc well fenced and watered No 305 2 acres and good 8 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Climrx bldg Richmond Ky- tlr Hue Curry Harrodsburjt Ky For Rent Ve dhireto rent fur the year 1900 55 acres of No 1 blue grass land willvi lld mile of the Court house Gox louse of four room cistern e o1 liar 4itb room for thirteen cows Tile irn two good gardens and never failin Aaier This place has been used fo two years as a dairy Apply to G J White Son Richmond Ky OcU 4t No equally great thing can ba math of such slight material as happiness r rDiamonds J Watches A Clocks JA Cutglass AU kinds of fewelry tJJJandPreciousStonesof till tif These are some of the things to be found at Lanes yourJo tae them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resettim take it to neV hell fix that too JIIyoii want anything that Jcan be found in a first class establishment go to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articles i L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KSNTUCICV Office on Second street over Ohen ults grocery fACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOIt8 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY overrerry D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteedt llfCHMOND KYI Dr G G PerrycPhysician and Surgeon ilonrs50 to a m 2 to 4 p m Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arn V s flea Tele 523 HICHJIONf KYI M MILLER i i ATTOUHBTATLAW RICHMOND KatrrucaTT tOmeearme s National Bank feb3ly I A S1TLLrvA34 ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY iffice over State Bank Trust Co opI osite Court House on Main Street A R Burnam A R Burnam Jr A R BURNAM SONc ATTO RNEVS ATI A Wat A It ISurnnnis former office Main stI UICIIJIIOND KY LEWIS B HERRINGTONLA- WYER Office over Taylor Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist llobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTUCKYI Heals Burns and Cuts Without leaving ugly scars A Louisville Chemist has succeeded inj greatlyippreciatedkeeper owing to the and quick manner jn which it heals bums cuts and bruises This ncwproductis Paracamh First Aid to the Injured When applied to a bum the pain stops in from one to two minutes the wound heals without leaving ugly blemishes and scars When applied to a cut it stops the bleeding very and heals the wound from theI srnbbingThetact It goes straight to theinterior cells soothing and nourishing the injured nerves Many persons go life disfigured with ugly scars andblennshesfrorn- burns and cuts The conditions however have been changed since Paracamph is furnished to the public at a very reasonable price This new remedy is a house laId necessity and mothers will find it ar more useful than vaseline witch hazel irnica old salves and liniments Every amily should keep Paracamph in the lowe all the time Druggists all over the ountry arc putting Paracamph in stock md if your dealer does notliandle itask him to get it for you If however he wont do this order direct from the manufacturers Paracamph is sold only in25c byThePaiecaanph FORSALEB- YPerry and Thomas vM Blanton DENTIST 43Office iu Bennett Building inly TELEPHONE 196 PUBLIC NOTICE At A meeting of the City Council ield in tho City Hall in Richmond Ky on Monday September 25 1905 was ordered by the Council that YnEuBAs it isdeemed necessary to ncnr an indebtedness of Fifteen Thous irul Dollars the payment of which can nit be made without exceeding the In t me and revenue for this year notice- given cof an election hv the quail led electors ol the town to detcrriiiiie cIethrr such indebtedness shall be curled The amount of the proposed indeb dnera is Fifteen Thousand Dollars Iho purpose for which it is to be raised 4 the erection and fitting up ol a new itv Hall The amount of money toe raised each year is One Thousand D dlars to constitute a sinklm fund tor he payment of the principal and six i r rent interest additional upon the rinipal debt It Is ordered that this notice be pub lulled for at least two weeks in some awwspaper of general circulation in Richmond Ky that a poll be opened ml that a vote on the foreeofnKpropo ilion he had of the qualified electors f the City at the next general election Ill November 7th 1005 VITSK S my hand this the 26th day of September 1005 D R TEVIS Mayor ATTFST W H WHITE City Clerk LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP f To Points in the West and Southwest October Sd and 17th loumter 7th and 21st December 5th and 19th1905 CSS9URI PACIFICIRON MOUNTAIN SYSTEM Tickets boar liberal limit and stop over privileges affording an excellent opportunity to visit the territory that Is now particular atten tion of the homeseeker and r For descriptive literature and further Infor mation address H C TOWNSEND Q P and T A ST Loom Mo- A Ai GALLtGHEU D P A 410 Walnut Street Cacinnati Ohio NEW YOR- KCLIPPERlaTHE BREATEST THEATRICAL I SHOW PAMR IN THE WORLD i 400 Per Year Slagle Copy IC Cts ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN pus COLM PnBLlSUEIlS ALB gar3 BORIS uW28TlISrNrtrOBXIJAGZS KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNjCSL WITH Dr Kings r New Discoveify FOR CONSUMPTION 50cH1tO Free Prien Trial d Surest and Quickest Cure for all THKOAI and LUNG TBOJIB UES or MONirr BACK tie byif3 btockt1D 0 HAVE MANIA FOR SUICID- EStrngTendencyof Siberian Race Who Are Otherwise I Normal A Russian correspondent was talk- Ing about Siberia In that strange land he said the strangest thing Is the suicidal tenden cy of the Chukchees Among toe Chuk chces actually suicide is one of the most common forms of death The Chukcheea live In northeastern copperjreindeer Tallow and raw kidney are In their chief delicacies In every Chuk i chee house hangs a death coat A Chukchee doesnt kill himself by his own hand He appoints bits neat relatlvps his wife son ori daugh terlo do the deed And the delegate never rebels never declines thlsVjsad i and orrlbl task Innumerable are the causes of nut cidejeatousy unrequited love an In disease melancholy poverty so on I knew a man who was prosperous and apparently happy Suddenly a desire for death seized him In three moons he said I will go home to my fathers And he calmly settled his af fairs and at the appointed time bade his wife to knot a cord about his throat and his two sons to pull upon this cord ill he should be strangled He died they told me jokinghThe death every Chukchee house has a hood Itdlsj for use In suicide The hood hi the facial contortions of the dying There are Chukchee families where- In t suicide Is hereditary wherein it is point of honor for the sons to kill themselves a natural death being regarded In such families as disgracefuls and scandalous a sign of pardonable cowardicewThe Chukchees de a idal tendency are a happy and healthy people moral truthful brave and ternr peraterPROSPERITY IN WATER s What Irrigation Hrs Done to Bender n Productive Lands in West ern States Where water power Is there are population and prosperity also Is the t argument of C H Baker who cites w Niagaras influence on BuS as one Illustration In the Spokane valley nothing has had more tendency to Increase land values than Irrigation wherever water has had to do with the raising of crops In an arid countryf there the value of the lands tiflying to as high as 1500 an acre Inw 0frrnUnited States government Is foremost among nations to encourage private Irrigation enterprises particularly the smaller projects that are more feasible According to the latest census report private enterprises placed Irrigation systems in 31 states and territories The expense of projects Is estimated at 93000000 which Is believed to be low A total ara of 9500000 acres has been covered by these systems In an arid region water only Is required to make Its tillable portions the most fertile areas In the world With the Vast eXpanse of forest covered water shed which must drain Into the In numerable lakes that dot the surround ing country the water supply there is Wellnigh inexhaustible FEASTED ON EARTHWORMS Flavor Liked by French Gourmets and They Called for More erIA few ye rs ago zette gravely retorted that a group of French gourmets had tested the edibe qualities of the common earthworm and pronounced the creature a valua ble addition to the bill of fare The report states What to Eat read Kitty guests were present at the experiment The worms apparently lob worms were first put Into vinegar by which process they were made to dis gorge the famous vegetable mold They were then rolled in batter and put Into an oven where they acquired a delightful golden tint and we are as sured a most appetizing smell After the first plateful the 50 guests arose like one man and asked for more Could anything be more convincing Those who love snails they add will abandon them forever in favor of wormsWarships Soon Out of Date A fleet of antiquated British war ves sels which would have fitted out two or three South American republics with respectable navies was recently sold at public auction at Portsmouth England The total amount realized by the government on the 23 vessels was 375000 A stock of fighting ma terial representing an expenditure of over 8000000 was sold for a third Of a single million When It Is remem bered that not one of these ships with the exception of the old wooden vessels has ever none any actual fighting the somewhat anomalous conclusion suggested that probably 75 per cent of the navel vessels now afloat will eventually be broken up as scrap with out even having participated In a battle The great navy Is become a moral rather than a physical IorceN Y Globe Believed Himself JudgeYou are charged with profanity Prisoner I am not You are sir What do you mean I was but I got rid of ItClevo land Leader Because of the scarcity ot cars sof coal has advanced to 125 a ton at the Pennsylvania mines A woman ioys her hate and her hoes to serve bet own ends y 1 CONSUMPTIONS WARNING Inside facts roo become evident in mUll eymptomi DR C G GKKEM lUbe aid of scientific inventions is aot needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms cast be readily noted by anyone of average IH telligence CThereis no disease known that gives M warnings of its approach mi consumptlonand no serious can so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boscheei German Syrup which is made to cure consumption fit is in the early stages that Germs Syrup should be taken when warnings are given 1I1thecoughthat wont the congestion of the tubes and the gradual weakening of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration CButjjno jitter bow your even dread consumption baa lungsGermaBSyrup done y hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 250 Regular se7ScAt aU ruggfets For sale at hi7 Stocktesi drta J I SNAKE BOOMS BANK BITES FARMER WHO DEPOSITED CASH IN SHOE Then Argiculturist Took His Savings to Bank Others Learn of Reptiles Deed and Follow Suit Busi ness Doubles Flatonta Tex The farmers of this part of the cotton belt for some reason have Jong been shy of banks and have been in the habit of putting their money receptacles of various kinds such as ld shoes and cans Two weeks ago Charles Bosler a farmer living near this place went to a corner of his yard one day and In a few minutes came hurrying back shouting to his wife that he had been bitten by copperhead snake nosier came neat lying from the effects of the snakes poison and It was not until two days after the snake bit him that Bosler was able to tell how It happened He had gone to get 50 he had on deposit in an old shoe under a board In the corner of the yard and as he reached in to get the shoe the snake struck him Upon hearing the story Mrs floaTer went out to get the money where her husband bad left It The shoe was still under the board and the farmers wife reached in to get It when she caught a = glimpse of a copperhead snake lying She was not quick enough to jerker hand hack before tbe snake struck er It sank Its fangs In her thumb sn eep that she dragged the copperhead along from under the board when she pulled her hand out SlIP shook It loose and ran screaming to the house As soon as he had attended to his wifes snake bite Farmer Bosler got hi3 isnthe board Coiled on the old shoe fighttserpents head off The 50 was all ight in the shoe and Farmer Boiler removed It to the house The nflwa of this adventure of the Dos ler family with the copperhead snake oon SlndFlatonia every day to deposit in tho banks all sorts and conditions of money The cashier of the First national bank Of Flalonla says that for that week ChattlrpFku ololnt Worlds Weight A cubic foot of earth welghts fiveA nd a half times as much as a cubic oot of water A cubic mile of earth Weighs 25649300000 tons The vol me of the earth Is 259880000000 cu miles The weight of the world Ithout its atmosphere is 6666250 000000000000000 tons If We add to his the weight of the atmosphere wa get the gand total 666255819600 000000000 tons- Safest Part of the Train The question is often asked by travelers Vknele ii the safest seat in a bJanculation and protracted experience as- Serts that the safest seat is in the middle of the last car but nIDIES 3Y HIS OWN A Ludlow Baker Fires a Bullet Into Hle Own Brain Ludlow Ky Oct 23 George Ehf lick son of Fred Ehrlick pioneer baker of this city committed suicide Some1 time after 12 oclock Saturday night by firing a bullet froth his r- etlver into his brain No motive 13 known The young man was presum ably in good health and spirits Satur day night lIe attended the Columbia theater in Cincinnati with a friend and when he left the car bade Judge Dwelle of Ludlow good night Three hours later his dead body still warm was found lying in an alley about a square away from the family residence j at Davis and Elm streets A bullet hole in his head near the right ear and his pistol a 32caliber IverJohn febn by his side indicated selfdestrud tlon PROMOTED BY NEGROES I Trust Company With a Capital of 500000 To Be OrganizedI to Louisville Ky Oct 23The most gigantic financial scheme ever under s taken by colored people is the organl zation of a trust company with a caPI- tal stock of 500000 divided into shares of 50 The Idea originated with T Thomas Fortune editor of the New York Age The concern will ba known as the AfroAmerican Trust Co and will have its headquarters here Eight negro banks operating in Alabama South Carolina Mississippi Tennessee and Kentucky have already promised their support UMPIRING FASCINATES MEN There Are Many Candidates for the Position But Very Few Good Men ITbe average citizen finds It hard to understand how anything but dire ne esslty can drive a man to be an um pire Of course rather than starve to Jeath almost anyone would consent to become a butt for tbe bullying Jeers and Insinuations of the bleacherites a target for pop bottles add the common snemy of ballplayers But It isnt the prospect of starva ion that nits the umpirical ranks says the New York Telegram for an um pire must be a man who has brains nough to get along at some ther kind if a job If bo chooses Why he doesnt hooae another more humble but cer alnly less terrifying branch of labors the mystery There must be a pe culiar fascination about setting ones sell up In opposition to the world League presidents are deluged with ap lIcations from wouldbe Judges of far as quantity goes the supply Is greater than the demand As tpr the quality that Is another story The act remains that there are plenty of 50od men who seem to prefer to take heir battle murder and suaden death jn the ball field rather than enter some 4uleter and safer employment- One big reason Is that a good um pine makes fair money enough to keep him comfortably through the winter iiven in class A and minor leagues the judges of Ilay draw from 200 tO300 a month besides their traveling expenses That helps a good deal Then there are lots of men who en Joy the position of authority even If it is accompanied by the frequent an tagonism of players and fans They look upon their work as honorable and a healthy love of the gamels another inducement to keep at itAbove all things an umpire must be strictly on the level One false move and it Is all over with him It speaks well for the character of the men in the business that an attempt to fix the umpire is rarely thought ofnever in the bigger leagues A man makes a big mistaketo being- what is known as a home umpire that is in making a practice of giving the home team the best of the close tie clslons He may curry temporary Ion vor with the local fans but they learn to despise him As for the piay ers they have nothing but contempt for such a man On the field they try their test to get him to give jieclsl ns la theIr favor but at heart they de spl hla if he favors the uafairtea as HHtek iu they hate him if tlrtea the worst ottt I iiJ 0 w Loans and Discounts 345000 00- Stockholder j Liability 150 00 Hank Bids 2060000 Cash and Exc 65000 00 Total Rpgoiircps 580000 00 Your business Is desired and we illsp sed to grunt you every consist cut favor p State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky 1Btlv v Louisville and- Nashville R R prepared to quote you rates to An- yointsell throtgh tickets and check your baggage Secure sleeping space dailySpecialExcurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimoThroughSlee tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP your local Agnt who will ke pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton gent rik N Richmond Ky WM ONEIL Ticket Seller 1dLeggeltsDRY POWDER GUNS F KIT MIJJ LSTobacco Worms Effectively Economically and QuicklyF The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in tho garden field orchard or vineyard- Endorsed by of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walksDescriptive circularaed prices on appli cation One good agent wanted for each County OUR SPECIAL LIST of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Ilcllows etc null ed tree Wood Stubbs CoISEEDSMEN LOUISVilLE KENTUCKY PEFFEKS R5T0RATi Vf1 CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY TIle worli admires men who are strong enegyandpenonalTo attain this the Hrrt requisite I bea1tb Ntnrtf which give for physical maI menta- levelopmensn4makej1fewortJ HCunpWeak nca Prostration Slseplsunasa and other troubles dul over work smoking thus habIts and other eatum nerresEquallytun a II1th a guar nteetorerund ftnrPCrrER MCOICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A 2 For sale by E C Wines 2 3 6 4 Golden Flora 7 n announce t6 the public thatI they received the finest and most beautiful car lead of Marble Dnd- Granite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get theI best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street y 1MOTHERSthe many eocalled birth medicines and most remedies for women in the treatment of her delicateorttans contain more o less strychnine Idrugjistsics without labeling them poisns Do You Know that you should aot take internally say medicine icr the pain accompanying pregnancy Do You Know that Mothers Friend to applied externally ly Do You Know thnt Mothers Fries Is a celebrated prescription and that it baa been In use over forty years and thite each bottle of the genuine bears the of The Bradfield Regulator Co 1 Do you krow that when yon use thy Inremedythat you be Jhearty and clever children 1 healthr these things are worth knowteg They are druggists at Jioo Doat be persuaded to try a etibetititu Our little book MetIMr tttt MUftfKtl MBHUTWI M MlMta Ii c I 1I CALIFORNIA i jl Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round j where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where t animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with coldLJDo 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 LineIis 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 TO DAY NW484 O11Y111 t1tic R i1ro Q DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND r VemalllesLaiTrcnceburjf Shel SCOam mIFor Irvine and Ileatt vilie 1205 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and iit5l2ICincinnati i SUr m rom rteattyvllii and Irvine 30 p m rom BeattTville and Irvine 73 pm Hit SSIITIIOFlAVersailles Er RA Uonlnms OmceOlyndon f Hotel HMimond if L1 I Tim Ta1c- Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox t4Spm vile Excess south bound 1255pm No2 Knoxville Cinnati 155 p ni Express north bound 200 pm No Knoxville 1 Cinnati 405 a m Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville i Cinnati I1M p m Express south bound 1159 pm No iu Stanford and Maya 610 a m ville Accm north bound t10 am No Stanford and Slays 721 p m ville Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernon Accm south bound 915am No 29 Cynthiana and 941 a m Stanford exp south 1550 p ml 350pm No 33 north bound 3 O pm Fr nkfort Unit Railmy The Midland Route LOCAL TIMn TAttLE KY CENTRAL R POINTS 00 pi 0 20 Frankfort A 25 a 7 20 p 47 4 niL Georuttown 0 a 6 25 p 25 pl1 Purls- Winchester a 5 42 p LI7 92 45 p HIS 9 Via1 A Maysvlle 45 al IS p 00 p 8 2 ii Cynthiana 5 11p 20 P A Richmond 20 a 55 p 00 P 103 a A Cincinnati LI 2 p OEO II HARPER C W HAYS PresandQenSnpt Q PA rHE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD fIlAt alt Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands 6c a lo- ttiePIANOS We are always glad tti have the pub lic Inspect our splendid stock of High Grade Pianos Tile fact is there is an Artistic Enthusiasm behind the manufacture and sale of Mason Hnmlin Hazelton Deckers Haines Bros Kingsbury Armstrong Marshall Wendell and the other leading makes jve handle There is a professional pride in our alIociatiou with these delightful instru ments Come in and hear them slug their own praises string instruments that voice the heartbeatsof Sentineut Love Joy Passion Mirth Padnessa warmth Still depth of feeling that echoes faith fully every mood of Inman emotion The Worlds Piartos Ire Here Also a Fine Line of Organs okto5tA Ii eO 146158 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky Farm For Safe- Ty farm of 200 acres in Estill county on the Kentucky River 31 miles north east of College Hill this county Hzhool house on corner of same Good neigh bojhood good blue grass clover and corn ftrra Firstclass orchard Four never failing epringsand a No1 well JH the yard Apply for terms to R G Eltle Richmond Ky Fine Chickens For 5ale I have for sale some extra nice lull blooded Whitman strain Single Cnmb Brown Leghorns cockrells and pullets which can be hind until the supply is exhausted cockmlls 100 and pullet 75 cents Also a few pure bred Franks Barred Plvmonth Rock Cockrelte 100 each For further particulars call on or address MRS CLAEK RICE IeRFl D No3 lnd Ky oe444t I o J W B KNISKERN P T M C NW Ry Chicago Ill Please mail free to my address California booklets maps and foil particulaR concerning rates and train service I EVERYDAY Fro- mSEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 LOW RATESTO t Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE CREAT NORTHERN RY The Comforttxble Ws y Excellent opportunities to make a homo of your own or to entfCLge in any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES From St Put TO Mnaeapolandii Duluth Chicago Hinsdale Mont 1800 2800 Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena Kallspell Whitefish and intermediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Wenatchee Wash Fernie B C 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 descriptivebulletinWashington Name the one want Gives you complete in the opportunities and resources of these stam For further information address Passenger Traffic Department Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J COSTELLO Geni Immigration Agent Genl Industrial Agent 220 S Clark St Chicago St Paul Minn Reduced Rates Coming OneWay Colonist Rates to California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Wyoming Nevada Utah Jf t ss LOWEST EVER MADEQ Tickets on Sale September 5TO October 31 Complete your Plans Write for Illustrated Booklets NowIr GEO H LUE H I McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Disc P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 Turkeys Turkeys Turkey GUARANTEED POULTRY CURE If a man should look you straight in the eye and say I can do so and so yon would probably wonder if he could But if then and there in black and white prove that ho could you would think that he was right We will prove to you that have a remedy for Turkeys and Chickens that we guarantee to cure Cholera Limbcrneck and Roup or your money back for the asking Save your Turkeys and Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy Price 50 cents delivery charges prepaid Farmers Commission Co Lexington Kentucky I et if tIJ LTIJR K Ews i i rb s it v I I Opening ef Fur Season this will be thrnost iufporantdispfay of Fine Furs we have yet itteraj tedin our famous establish I merit Here every woman can find something to her own perspnal desire J AxtiSti i Fursltl U J V I J Sia t IJI 1j cpQyIsgheme anu repair olfilr rftblo 1ihlfe e v 1t ciin ilPIv1hb e yoff1 t r t ihj U 1rJ M lo entlIal 1 ids v 3i j iJt let I t u 1 Fayette PhoneJtQ2 iV tWJIp1lflflci RetaU MANUFACTURINGFURRIER L1 222 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky L JI 0 Price 16ctsper Bushel J l 4 j t SOLDONLYB- YL 0 J O1 Blootoo l Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick and Clay Lime Cement and Plaster Materials J J1 a u c4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY t Il 4 it JLi t IJ b 0 I je eu x r H1 lW The Florist Albert Agentfo LHonakersJEIower5L Telephone 188 c to 0- ti I 1 i er 5tj j 4 1Jteoa s otlwhen the cold weather comos and seon will be the burning question all youifwith sV 5eo ott a 1 eoa at the low prices that ate now pro We are also headquartorsfor Kanawha Salt Plaster Cement Lime anti Feed of all kinds L tcnii ar WiU jrOflice and Yard at L N Depot tor Rent A cottage on High street recently occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or address Mrs Elizabetl rowe Buy you Seed Wheat from Itcher Witt novl IEtrajt1ogs Two slioalB one black and one red weight about G5 lbs came to my place a month ago and have since ben cared Jqj by th jijn exfLiBned Owner can have same by calling and paying charges H M SNYDER c4 4t Edneyburg Ky tor Sale Six male liogjs and six gilts extra IOQPon or address v G J WHITE SON troctlltt Richmond Ky Estray Estrayed from Foxtown about a week agoji weanling calf partJersey Any information as to whereabouts of calf will be tIk1ffllyreceivedRAHAnais trI Cleveland Ky Cno TIX UbbersfIi Salesman 1t d C BOOHS 1SEE 4 P 7JL Pope theHardwaremanefRi1mel1draboutJia rno d Edge goods Every piece watranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax Chopping wood may not be a pleasure but it is certain thatthe hard work of it rnay be made lessby the use of an ax lhatis made right Try a Diamond Edge worth every cent it cots 412 WUFBixter 12 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have fecured the agency Jostlfp Fr c9k Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL PAPERS in the world If you are ftopip t1f willfay you to inspect this line as It Is a truly dee rative liBesand not in the hands of everypasterfcfiy e in thcountry o Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEa- st Main St Telephone 4J2 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price z= Ike Richmond Climax p t WEDNESDA NOV 1 1905 i s 0 o f AnenUoa Farmers I have reIveitwo carloads lr of the celebrated Page fencing the best thats made Before contracting for fencing pt anyde1ptionjtwll1 prove to your aavanlage o get my fA1 OYKlrksville Ky it ATerritied I J1 v t f OJYou may well be terrified when- youiflrsVsuspectUhatiybu are a yic timqtJclJr9niQcstyp liver or diseases sways go from bad ttr worse unless checked n t v the onlafo and sure jax atlvemedicfne for dyspepsia that you can et DniCaldweU a Syrup Pepsin Sold Perry Thomas at 50o and if 0e Biobey back ill fails Thebestwaylb shape the careers of some young man is with a club Son Lost Mothers- Conflttption runs it our snU u I dost myMother wri es E B Rid of Harmony Me for the pas live years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings New Discov ery gp Col umption which has saved me serious lung trouble His mothotsrtealh was a flad loss for Mr Held but hft arned that trouble luust not liand how to cdre iti Q i and cure for woughs ant coldi Price 50c and t9 guaranece1at ltC Stocktpns drug store tr tle hee- TIjeteJIsno tflacftib3 home tq getaway from when the wife is in abad liumor Science Pitted Against Disease I4ft batjtle typified liy that of Dr Cald wells laxative Syruj Pepsin agninstall disorders if cb liver SprupPepinknowledge on the Iihject of tppse Uncases and thfir u e scienlifioallv csmbincd by a maser at the game of health vic Dr W K Caldwell after mauy years devoted to special inves tigation of this great subject Its won derful success in the quick and per distressingdiseases the country synonymous with health Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails The fool makes light of his troubles Dybirrnimrifl frbrf dpestehlmrimri Mans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Republicanunreasonable whed he refused to allow the doctors to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he says we concluded to try Elec tric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leaee her bed and five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bittersshe was perfectly curedand can now perform all her household duties Guaranteed by R C Stockton druggist price 50c A good deal of piggishness goes un under the nameofpiincipW V Make Merry Eatand njqke juerry but bewjiro of evil consequences if you have a weak possibletroubieSyrup Pepsin after an extra heavy nKaL It helps to digest your food and quicklycarries awayall waste matter Sure cure and constipation Sold by Perry Thoma at Mc and 4100 Money back if it faisCompromise is the result when each party in a controversy IB afraid of the other Dangerously IlL v Do not by neglect nlow yourself to become critirally illasyou may veryeasily do bv not iiij5ng the early symptoms of stomach or iver trouble in hd bu Thdre iloi3he safe scientific and certain cu alive treatment for all these disorders of the di gestive organs and that is Dr Cald Tryitand 100 Money back if it fails Some men are mostly remarkable for thethings they dont do- 4II Thank The Lord cnea Ilapnah Plant of Little Rgck Ark for the relief 1 got from Buck ArnlcaSalve1tcnrertinylearIulrunningsores would neal and from which I had fiuffer d foT5 TtArs a marvel pjis Dealer fprnts tnrnsand wound GbarorifccdaldL C StocTitpnsxdrug ttolc2bcl Matrimony isa great institution it makes aman Jorge tjjls oilier troubles g A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when youlOseyonr h Hith because indi sappeditDr KingsNuv Life Pills They build up your djirstivt organs arid cure cpnstiptioatons drug store 25c It takes a jreniiis Jo get 10 cents worth of gootl uut d a five cent cigar ACard1 r This is to certify that all druggists moneyifvon cough or cold It stops the cough and the lungs Prevents pneumonia ad will euro incipient consumption Contains no opiat and is safest for children Ask uponhavIngthe lungs Sold by R C Stockton Some people are unable to distin guish between couragjiand foolishness Favored by Both Parties ff jjRepublicans and Democrats alike praiso Foleys HoneYand Tar for coushslcoldsnnd all throat anti lung s as no otner remefly can comparemthMtr sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St FoleysUqnpjandbad cough which I had for thrgg n thoughother remedies Tailed hlghlyrecomtreby R C Stockton likejybefpaed1in Jj watqrtoUtaCounterfeFbley Co Chlcagb originated nndlungremedy Honeyand yAHoneypreparationwillmildly lajtBtife It conUttfs iio aid is safest for children anil leuehpwrwaa SeU bf K 0 tu1ti r t IiJl u ilI THOUGHTS BCOLORS 1t UD aCBANS LOVE WHJUJD RAT fj BED IS BLACXf j t1 Theosophist Has a Lan of Tints Whlck BetraysimbtlonsofEVery Inventor Is AnnieC sant London Woman x3 j ILondon The language of flowers has eenafavorIth tb me ets anti BOngfwrlterB but the anguJiftQt colors stui1 a that Mrs the tkeoeophjst has given to the world According to Mrs Besaiit tibaghts affbe seen in colors and these he cllsjby Jheri rather abstruse Juame thought forms She hiS her ijleasof this thought color ImbodfedI Ins book which the clety has just printed Here are tof theso thought forms Black Bays Mrs Besant meanshatred frluthm tatiBs anger If you ha acleagbrown tfionght you may be quIte cerIiatJVafice5is your strong point or your besetting sin but If your thoughts snow a haidu11 brownStay it means selfishnessa color which Is painfully comn L 2rJDeeEaieavy gray ignlflea gBt B slon while a livid pale gray Is associate edwlth fear7 Graygr6en Is a signal bit deceit and brownish green flecked with points and dashes tscarlet betokens jealousyl Green seems always to indicate adapt ability but mingled with selfishness it becomes deceit Affection expresses Itself In ill shades of crimson and rosei WItha touch of blue of devotion in it this may express a strong realization oi the universal brotherhood of hu inanity Deep orange imports pride of ambition and the various shades yellow de note intellect and dull yellow implies that such Intellect is being eyoted to selfish purposes The different qhaiJes o bJiieiindicate religious feeling from the dark brown blue or selfish devbtlohor the pallid withIpale azure of that highest form which implies self renunciation and union with the Divine Some of the illustrations in this extraordinary book are amusing such as the red star of radiating affection the yellow disc with ros colored wings in dicating peace and protection Mur derous rags and sustained anger are suggested by red fiery darts which emanate from the mind VllS Ttti lt w PEARLS DIEtrllT MUSEUM Necklace Valued at Over S10O000 Pines for 1uman Socletyf noslig1UeJ Lust r i ParsQt tiiaceot great Intrinsic and hlstorlavalnejls dying in the Louvre museum i The necTcTace was jiartofiheciiijec avaluem6nt is so rapid ly being lowered that it has been suggested that the pearls be sold before they 1eoonieenUr iy vaIuelessIThe necklace lias not beenwbrn ior a number of years and it has Jost prac tically all its beautiful luster it fs awelfknbwn fact moDJpearl experts that pearls yearn for human society and that it banished from human contact they soon lose all the brilliancy and soft luster1 that make them so attractive Kreguently pearls that are dying as the technical term in the pearl trade Is have been removed from their obscurity and worn frequently- alndt have lostipsere Whlle ithaff Jjoen susgested that personal Influences have something to likelythaCtheOne canwear pearjs for ears and tfiey would givo no IndIcation of changer yhf can fire to lock the same pearls up for 20 years they uldsliowsignsQ ORIGIN OF LtD JSiExpression Was Heard first in Mt Clemens Mich Story of Howj ItStarled v Mt Clemens MichTbo frequent jusqpf theexprssIQn the ltd js on brings to mind the fact that it orlg in ML CiemensT Bald an old r sid I1t h6rel It It was 15 years ago that Ick Sackett was standing in front of ttto Sherman house and in a spirit fun wagered witha compaijoji tht thff next man who came along would climb a telephone role which stood opposite them Sackett had the mat ter fixed beforehand1 itfd a styllshly dresset man carrylngjM4 sult case walked kr and stopped before the pole looking up at ItJ At such action Sacketts companion took off his hilt and wiped his krow in amazement Keen your d1 n aid lSackett rt6rhfs friend and adaidVlas the stranger opened his grlpfor a pair of climbers and hastily went to the top of the poiiyou ma win the bet but I dont think you will The expression was readily adopt ed by the hosts of gamblers who then flocked to the Bath City and was soon used to iffieanoaicfissation of gamblinrt fl J Everybody Doctored Columbia university gets in first In the conferring of degrees doctor of laws pnjVitand onJConiura After awhile it will be almost Impossible for a prominent man to avoid being hit by that degree h I84fIhfe bestT Z4COAL CODAJjgkrin t obtainbWotorot 184 thats the Beattyvllle number anijjwft ayethei pe6 pie who sell t Q r Dte K eatt 1tOTaYt 5 AXo- a 1 i1et Int t t allguaranteed lp giyesatiSr rnaeprrntdelivery tJI Beattyville oa- I115c9Pw t QR Fi man Mgj- o41J84Ph Yard Aspen av Consign JoUr cattle eheep end to1 Ilbeist TnJIats Cobner- Uqiot innpatL flifo widHeceivo iiIgLiest market P11CC ct44i Many a fish bfthi r LWiid54u9r- b fldi 0 v t WATCHES BicHiUCis FIGHT Man Jollowe4 byivictor for Protet tion Agaliisi Solves WhlcJt Threatened Rim Duiiith MIf tiir Ecklund aft enfolqyeftbf arflrnrof loggers operating on Fotk Tlvet1 was One ot abtfO0 wItnesses of a desperate thedeath between two big batleito bucks The witnesses wolVesItheir expected to profit by a feast ort onO or1 possibly two carcasses when the conflict was wolves might perfiaps have atidked the engaged bucks butwere afraid of the men A At last onedf thetbucks waS ex hansttedjand beaten He lay on the groxrafl and his conqueror stood over him himself quite exliausted and suf fertag front wounds and exertion ne victorious buck soon dIscoveredtisi new anger the rfesence ol the wblveis hud at the ame time noticed Ecklund The lkVtefvslarted for the camp nbar bytdgdt knif suitable to bjcd the buck and the other buck whistled sharply and acted sItltttentzig flight But Instead he hQV ered f6otstepa of Ecklund who JTOon SbtalnM a knife and lanteni ilbck jnuch alarmed but nest rbiUnjf tofleeVkept quito close to EckI who returned and waving hU lanfnrh drove the wolves ckHe- toqk the hindquarters of the deer and buckiwolvesIhe fled Into the forest pursued by many Wolves butprepared to run for his life STOCKING HOLDS 1747 M Delicate Question in Female Finance Taken to Court for riecis1ont Attorney Scoffs Plttsburg PaJust what cashcar rying power a womans stocking hair Is the delicate question Involved In a bankruptcy case before Judge Bufflngton in the United States dis trict court the other day The point came up when Charles Sachs attorney for George Sapper receiver for Joseph Nathan until recently a clothing dealer at Sharon appeared to make an argument The creditors of Nathan charged that when he knew he was fns lvenlhe disposed of his stock of goods to Mrs DoraHireovlU stepsister to his wile When the bankruptcy petition was filed tnere were hints of collusion but Mrs HIrsovltz claimed she paid for the property In cash She told niBi said Attorney Sachs that she paid 1747 for the Store that she counted dnt the ntoney at the time of the purchase and that It was all in cash1OOO in bills and 747 iii coin gold and silver She said she had gotten It out of her stocking While i cannot claim to be an expert In such matters thlsystafemen In itself seems unreasonable You take 20 in gold and It will weigh an ounce Now 740 in gold will at that rate weigh 37 ounces which is over three pounds to start with The seven dollars In sliver would make about three and a half pounds of coin altogether besides the bills It looks fdrfdt hdd- ROOSEVELT IN SEA RACE LongDistance Contest from Key West Is Planned Nations Chief to Participate New York By the wish of Presi dent Roosevelt who desires to See what the best ships In the navy really can do there will bea longdistance thethreevahia the Colorado and the West Virginia with the president on board will to present arrangemenls the West Virginia will go to New Orleans pick up tha president there nn return to Key West where after loading coal she wilL start with the other two cruisers on a longdistance trial of forcea draught All these vessels on trial have done as much as 2214 to 2243 knots an hour lor d stretch of foUr hours Rear Admiral Brownson Is respon slide for the suggestion that a trial such as arranged would be of advan fage and wasanxlous for his flagship the West VIrginia to take part 1The test will be regarded as a ro drill which will Justify the1 great expense entailed Besides the consumpjtenormous that the experiment will cost at least 25000 coat alone rforTomb Built Around Boys Bodyi hundredfeet below theBum of MountYpsllOn in Colorado a ls beingconstructed around the of Lewis O Levlngs the Armourrom instlTuteTetuaehl from Canton who was Killed by falling from the mountain The body flea at thoj edge of a otUlesslake and it impossible to recover it Men can be I lowered because they are able to push themselves free of abutments but in animate objects cannot be brought up byrope An Inscription telling thej young mans name and how he met his death will tie plated on the tomb but it is doubtful if anyone will ever see it Chance for a Swap Massachusetts has a surplus of 60 000 women and Nebraska has a sur pluS of 60000 men Its up to the busyforthwith MOUSE SHOWS THE WAY whisk of Eodents Tall Encourages Detective to Complete Search for LostJeweIs Philadelphia The whisk oramouses tall as It disappered into a hi iwhere it had made a nest in a boxtliajfi also contained diamonds valued at faclealC tlebebrg Co of the Mint Arcade building Following the course taken by the rodent Tate came across the diamond hidden beneaththe flooring of a stable owned by Dr J Bogery at 2213 Nortk beenhiddqnthere a1ieglbyDixoninJuly obtained the diamonds fedaysheand robbed of the Jewels Not believ lug his story the Castlebergs had blflj arrested Dixon then caused the arrest of two negroes who he swore rethQl men who robbed him They proved an tfialchargedDetective Tate was detailed to find tohavegro had been employed by Dr Boger and made a search0f the stable ate- peoredInto every poleand corner ot the place He pulled up loose boards VrT the floor and was about to give yp ttie mousajueIintohole in the corner- rate thought that the incident waswi goon omen and started on tlieniousea trail After iUl1i1i i al sjmWx4 Of iaIt= n f f = H 1 I fC R S1 E IN AVJI Agitation Agsiiairttctice Th- atPgilIthl3ee Ehg1 1d I Kev H Pitt the vicar of St Marys outftwark has started an agitation igafnst the practice tn1idertalcers ot ipQlng corpses in pawn He was ai4itoi J this says a London report jpeiauw 6f being bmpelled W jlfjmagisteriil advice owing to the act that a tnans body had remained Inlruried for ten days because tif dla rute U seems almost Incredible obi Served Mr Pittthatacady should be eJze 4andftieldi security for ex 3ense entailed the deceaseds rela aves In Connection with the funeral lathadnotthen1aken place Never hess the following case which re lently came my notice is not jam afr ljjz of an Uncommon nature uA man died and the agent of the WIn which he wds Insufed id1 rormed a nelghboring undertaker cf til- eqtabnsinssta whJch Insurance agents airy on for commission paid tA lpIj lapsed and t1matfS widOw Was en titled to ec only quarer bineSt I imouritingto Abont 1Z This fact proved no bar to buslne3s The undertaker supplied the coffin but bnce the corpse had been placed In the coffin the undertaker refused to iarry out the funeral until he had rs selved the fullamount Finally after trouble with the neighbors Whq Comp alned the undertaker as a favor removed the body to his stable Thus the corpse was In pawn for a number af days Eventually the widow bor rowed the necessary money at ruinous Interest OLD PUjVJPS AS FENCEPOSTS The Unique Fence That Was Built by aHobser Well Con tractor Commodore Perry Rogers was the pfa iqan who puile oddest fen3e in Hoosierdom Rogers was 8 well contractor and went about digging wells and putting up windmills When he finished his lobs he would always take along with him the pump that he had thrown out of service Probably no other collection of pump Ing contrivances ever could equal that the commodore gathered up from the farms and homes of Starke and other counties of his state The scene of his operations covered a very large field and he had plenty of jobs to do There were wooden pumps Iron pumps siphons and suckers of all makes sIzeS and conditions He hauled them td his home near Knox and finally made use of them in this queer way Hd made fence posts otthem Passersby onthe road from Knox to Bass lake often ask the stage driver why there are so many wells in a row along the road for that is the impression that one receives by looking at the queer posts Then he is told that the iron and wooden objects sticking up out of the ground at regular Intervals arethe posts of Commodore Rogers outlandish fence There are probably ten miles of pump post fence There would be more it the commodore had not met an untimely end while on a hunting expedition The posts have been in use for several years now but as yet show no signs of decay and It is probable that they will outlast many of the more orthO- dox posts of the late commodore neighbors ABOUT ELECTRO MAGNETS Interesting Facts Concerning the Workings ot the Electrical Current The familiar horseshoe magnet is made Of highly tempered steel and magnetized so that one end is a north perhapsmorand a positive pace magnetized it Is awaY magnetic unless the power is drawn from it by exposure to intense beat writesJoseph H Adams in The Practlcal Boy in St Nicholas An elctrpmagnet however can be made from any scrap of soft Iron from a piece of ordinary telegraph wire to a gigantic iron shaft When a current of electricity passer through an maul ated wire coiled about a soft Iron ob ject such as a nail a bolt or a rod that object becomes a magnet as long as a current of electricity Is passing through the cons of wire or helix A coil of wire in the form of a spiral spring has a stronger field than a straight wire carryIng the same cur rent fpr each turn qr convolution adds Itsmagnetic field to that of the other turns and by having the center of the coil of iron which Is a magnetic body the strength of the magnetism is great ly increased The Salt in the Ocean If the ocean did not have salt it would freeze somewhat more readily than it does now but there would bo1 no very market difference The ocean ha prevented from freezing not so mi hby its salt as by Its size and by its commotion On account of its size large portions of it extend into warm climates at all seasons and by reason of its great depth it Is a vast storehouse of heat Its currents amongtFamily Secrets f hope youll grow up to be a goo and intelligent man like your father said the patronizing relative Thats easy answered the painfully precocious youngster Mother says Ive got him beat already Washington Star HOT AIR BREEDS HOT AIR cperlence4bi the fcollectbr of Air for Subway Tests InNew York The young man Who collects subway j air for the chemical tests of the Rapid Tri1tiIonI51fAYffiU513r ra ed Oiy p ctl1m iJJ rank lu natlcrnnmbUB and wizard AndMn re turn says the New York Sun he has contlufied that ye bright boy of ye nQY tale te not the only one of the human specj sto ask questions file air is cleed au various times an laced in large flasks by means of a pinion pump device For the last wee The collection have beei made InsUe express trains M A certain fat lady had to run tor the train 1nd atdwn opposite te air collector 6fbreath When thepqpiqg starte4sie lookedat the man as fiercely as her puffing would dllOKthen rtitfted s 2atat glared again and finally swept Autat the next stop SbjB Jhlnks you r2 tryin to imitate her with them tewlows volunteered tfcctgnard Jut8ay oa tim fjevel- rwbatthe thiinder is1 nbat thing anyway Alnf Boinuslc box Is 1t7 Anfcther individual noticing the col Wfitklndotwouldnt believe hai tllr jleyice wasif acecret a iipd ot the weather bjtretuV JJut the best pjiilosopby name frim thO 1DaB11t barge of iln uptown Bfa loi early o J1tn last week the collectors sperSnce t two a brqke the onotcray bfthe cmpt platrform v What aza you doing there msfed tk CollectinaI P oli arcl iO iirwry aail iktifted There aWto We down here kIolEi nell wikt tkkto j J p II J T rJAc cLD T UrW AITln MB1 if sowe can furnish you onny kindsvou want IVehave for sale n great variety of farms tlwe1iingbojses business houses and business propositions lilY ou Want a Fartn wrfle us whatkind of a placeyou are looking forwhdt site what improvements where localed how much you Ire willing Invest and any other pertinent inforinittioli We have farifjtl1sjy 9haracleranlJ prices we are you if you Ate on the market A postal card wilibrincycuontofonr printed lists Ceiftral Kntuky Real Estate Co R E YODNO SR Pfes Lgbauon Ky Newby Carriage Workst C J A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repauring a specialty Satisfactionguar anteed Gall and get prices beforepurchasing anythingin this line We will save you moneyNewCarriageWorks Newby Ky Il IliR lHotel Glyndon HIL Wednesday Nov 8 1905 a t u 5 OLD JOEWUISKY JI Handmade Sour Mas- hEvpydpiuara teed to i e pure It is i it ofold style manu factnreNo BETTER can be found fortnfrdIeirffiflnr poses You want the vbestujFnrniphedjjrlcjtfotFamily 10Vror oldlnjliggilOO perRaon 10 bottles 5 5u Ujn s 1250j 5 bottles 3 A Now Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer- noyiyr Anderponcounty Ky SOLD BY M F JEnrfght First Street Coiionus a1a mPaulina Richards by Aa Piers Lena By aillstIof Sale the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 3905 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thufrh NQnma r nQ 19Q between the hours ot 10 oclock a m anti 12 oclockipquttie premises in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Pnbjic Sale tQtlie iiigliest and best bidder the following described propertyViz A Certain Tract or Parcel oft Landf containing rofscres more or less in Madison county Kyou the waters ol the Kentucky River 1l0WUftS the Hiram Shearer place Ihere is said landa largeframedwellinjfhousf and two il barns and the iiecesr sary outbuildings and a splenalci orchard of about four ncres Paid laud is sold for tin purpose ofrelnvestmen 1oshefbidn wH lieirivLn January 1st lOOff with the right to purchaser tQ seeding tiiis fall The right to haul tie IodderorSalif laud and get oheragricultural products offof the farm and feed the fodder down lor any stock is rpseryed iiiiil Kehrunrv 15 1906 51ER1S44ele will he made on a credit of six ami twelve months Tile PI chaset will be required to give bond with approved security lor the pay inent of the purchase monev to have the fin and elTect of a Judgment bearing legal mterest from the day of sale ithR Linn reserved upon paid mmeyiso t183 MO MCOn Isissisrs Sale PlITsrlI PAOrdero- fSal4o1tlVeV1AJMfftoW hrcnit Court rendered at the OcJobnrTermtiiereof 1905 in the above style cause the un IklpIoit4- thur L roumD 1Q5 hqdriof 1000 clock a m oh the preihisesTri M idli coUrifv Kvv rocPAd jtfti qxpA I1Jo Public Sale to the highest best the following described property yiz A Certain Tract or Parcel of Land iyiirgiistsst fi the Irvine Turnpike loid nomainiifg 2520D acrftsFafcd kuqjvn lAthtlN H ituutle4tfdily5 UlrlS t5 byIlmdrotBoutlt J lw rijrnpikB road on the Avest uIieIand of Jladi son pfliiBtyjSiock On HaW inansiduIiS ii fern BiMpHiidid repair and ole of tinniest rtllintlte county For a morn parnenlandesctiption of name lle is here nwh to the Jud meritof sale aruxlflbUs on file In the ab4jvb ec S51d land will be ftrt offered foreale in soparatR 16 cordinK to exhibit No 2 soil tl1e188i wli61 and sold the way producing tUe MilAqM T deed peeealoui to tliep4jviietile ieiu puuitkaL rilrvll tnjr lIIl February 15 doget ot1a ru tePodljcts TERwiflle2wilI be jie- cic1 n ueMJtwelv9 jnttntbB Tbe giasubeadpyet forci of 1141 fIIJfl1JUAf J Ii lsyletucj HORP r1u Q ist N t I J z 4 7IIa a V 1 It fI r 6 r rt = Tm a 4 5 rEy I t 3 a 75000 i fI JMtfnffs r f ill0 FLOUR 71 7E + Pure Good and s r Sweet ffi We are prepared to furnish testimony fromA + the best antimos1 efficient cooks inRicbmondm v or Mad son county that our town Talk isix V r Flour ill c Fis superior to any flour on our market Our price is in reach of all If you want the best 7sK J call fp c Xa Town Talk If you want cheaper flour we can furnish ik Just try tine sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs 7 WaitTttg to be assigned tx the battle field ill Golyer Bros t Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY 5 j 4 +4 1 o i ill M L fJr i4 rI 71tt s f v c 7 Th i U 2 r R Th L J VL w fI I I J Special Summer via Central Railroad 38OO LOUISVILLE TO California Oregon Correspodingly low rates to other points in the west and northwest daily to October 3J 1905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana arid low round trio rates to points in Arknsas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on first nd third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper caily Louisville to Hot SpringsAr Only line running through personally conducted excursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Marketniifrprices 1vuoderslgoedf41V HARLOW DPAi Louisville Ky VIYNAME IS 7rTlilJRMAA OnSausage Rowrn4 Buys j I f rr f ri M g Excursions Illinois 0 aD on or 1 I W liii FOR Gibsons p BIG OPENINGJo 4frtli Itcst stJl sin ladies and MisfeeK Cloaks Furs and Capes Uptodates ladiesJr and misses wear of all kinds Dont forgep the date Ww t October 21st i See our line Ipfw0ravenette Bairi Coiij which we are now showing to Whitest Gibson l f t M rr i AJ1 1 XIta aDIREraLAEfrSHOP H iIr1 C5 Vskvr t r people have a notion that spring is to buya buggy NThatmotion tfyIis s i g T t r them l1one f Aitr t ISome l J making faIl buying popular Let how Good picking in every de EtljggiQs 2rrethone23 = t 1 he Richmond cU6tal WEDNESDAY NOV 90i NlXt l ILtUI Be CQIIIYUumt- D r a Snow and sleighing are reported f from theWestern1anrt Nprthern6tateif Xext Tuesday will be Election Day Dont fait to vote the DEMOCRATIC TICKET J E Gottof Bras fieldebasranoveri to the W P Curtis farm on the Jack r Creek pike Boarding house by Wines Dru Store for runt Apply to Mrs A O Buchanan 11 v pct253 The Foreign Missionary Society ot the First Presbyterian Chnrcji wiT meet next Friday afternoon at three oclock Policeman William J ajrittorTTtanrt Luther Jlerron were acquitted 1at HarI rodsburg for the killing of lIon San v r C Black Be sure tnreat1I4VE1sIertne advertisement in thIs IsEue i of the Climax He iaoflering some special rf n largams in ginghams It I 01 Mwm ArrtyehbMorningflextWhat AVhj the election r iArYou J Go insI PI 1 I IUDemooratllIf ii1t v t Wiy riot Coctlnscd The will of Frank Turner which wape before County Jud n Turpin Mondayv for probate was continued mUN6Ii vmber 10th U t r4rRent- o = I Nice resdence on Broadway now be copied by J K Worrel RiollL jtiven Jan 1906 Apply to WDIOldliam novl 2 Iwt saIl Game On Friday i afternoon of tliijJ eelc1 Xivemberdnl thro will1 hen game of IMit ball IxJlweBii KoiHiickytJniveiBity and the Richmond Athletic Club on the College Campus this city r Teachers Recital F drHIIi Madison Institute will give arecital 3 in the parli rs at the collece This ri mies to be a rare treat and all iriends of the Institute Sn8 lovers 0tmusic are invited Agree to Raise No Tobacco Next YeartTwo hundred and iortv tohaccorow ii ers of Mason obuntymetftlon33aj1afpr n fin at Maysville and signed an agiee meat not to raise any tobacco next year Committees were appointed to vkIt every in the rount r and prvaihI1ton 1iinitJIignthe agree IJJlnt Men Past Sixty m Danger1 More than half of mankindoer tyears uf tgeufferfrQmkidneye and bladder disorders usually en largeraent of prostrate gland Tni is both p3Jnful aqd dangerous and toleyV Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corwn cs irregularities and has many old men of this disease MrI Rh Burnett Mo thwrilesprstrate gland and kldnfy trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foloys jiidieyCurc Lfcelb c te thin I have for twenty years r1II am now 91 years old Sold brIC Stockton H u W VD B Shackelford has a complchhnge of advertisement in this issue- Read It c4re1nIlv T jJpqsi realleucett rn t rfot7Go AUntCbenault nnnle the sale- urtDaTV4nr The adjes of the Baptist Cisurc- iWigiVea COUfthVj1jflflr tthe va leant store roojn on Jlain street re ceiitiy occupied hLth Frasa Dros cli111mev at a tfeprfce ctnft r 1IrvthuIby GoveJ tlNationnl tllThis j g118 ai honor justly be at pwp any WHfeel prTuid haUIadisdi shall be represented and that so abK i Has Bioojht Soil ton11aBgatdfathierdie estate to which she is an heir agoItJavlniai HeihusbandrothiefofMrs S Fl Sott of thi city c1lsewhere in tTiis issue will bi found achange il1I B Shsfckelfordt advertisement Read it n4- Dmocrat1c Spk1ni 3iTheW wiilbe speaking on behalf ol the Democratic ticket atihe following OdntJKylied House Thursday night Nov 2ndrat 7 oclock p in by W It Shack hord and R E Hoberts virksyme nmrHday flight Nov 2nd 7 oclpilk by UAV Miller and n M hen ult atdock 2 E Woods Y rISoutE mt ArnW nds Timbered rolling perfect drainage 0 sa good water Grow corn borfotPVmali Rrains cow peas and be liHvedto lie the coming clover and al Jalfa pouhtryrpprqus clay soil and clay ibsoiIclieapest iands in Southwest Splendid stock country 10 motiltV angeJte Aikansas booklet ud HomeseekereraTes Sept 19 Octtand 17 Nov 7 and 2htL O VCHAEFEER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati Ohio Ezdtcnent Amonf the Boys jGreat interestaudenthutiiasm is being frrediap among tlie boys of this cit- ysIierepltoa unique and original ouer made by WlJ Oldham f Co salesjlmanoIKjrto give free any 500 XxnAoooD suit in their store to the first boy under sixteen who finds ann identifies thisI0 dulesmau A feature of the plan is tho one set- xpressiSLivIilchrnpstbotfsed by the young detectives who are roquired to eayYou arefrora Ederheimer Stein kclothesillnotadinit his identity unless ad in these precise words tsoactiveliavethe boys become in eir searcli that every stranger whoC roaches town Is quickly besieged and ijuestioned by a crowd of young sleuths ee otlsewhere fThenecessarily bea junkshop d W tr r la 11 rJ c f r JiJt A T VItl UV jl Jtt1 t- j 4f t i t AA nuA Fi II =1 CoiiuroyPants1-q t vFftw stores in 3Teriiuc1fycarry as rleStock of Cord n l trasc JI 225O 3 50 4 rfJ t to tq JI J3igbargliusinCotduroy Suits p00ind lip t JAt Ue Presfcjrlerian chhI i Revj Addispn Sinith will fill his pulpit attihe Presbyterian Ohurch text Sabbath morning A change1 Ias been made in tim Sunday School ptbrafternoon and ir D1now on Sunday t chcol will meet at three oclock in die afternon Ip Oily two weeks before the huntingl neison opens j Milledgeville Ky Jan11903Dr AV Hull St Louis Mo v Dear Sir have been agreat sufferer troin kid W Ie disease ancj was treated by mv irne physicians with no benefit Your tVxas Wonder h 8 ciired me and 1 alit s satisfied it saved mv life andl ran LheerInlyrecoI1lUlendit to ladles sufferp ng kidney and bladder Iro Respectfully R MRS ELIZA FROSTo t A Texas Wonder IIIOne small bottle of the Texas Won er Halls Great JOiscovery cures all id iiey arid bladder troubles removes rayelil ctires diabetessetninalemis pious weak and lame backs rh uma W tism and all irregularities of the kid nnys ami bladder in both men and omou regnlates liladder troubles in If iiot sold by y ur druggist flduement and seldom fails to perfect a cnfe Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu factiiwr PI O boi 629 St Louis Moo loruggistsw n to 0i IIIIaH to Arms 1 n IJD DIOCRATS A yofrknosvuevt Tuhdybvember 7th bQtviii e ru1atelection- s i and all the officers of Madison county and of the yariousMagisterialdistricts thereof avid also the elective officers qfr the incorporated cities located within the county will bf tltcted lrtJhi tfd 1 + nrr H iri he t la A iDeniocFatic County Piimaryelectipji yas regularly hell an this county on Novem her 8th 190k Wlllle there wets mntense intei est manifested befoi e ajid luring the day of thQ tyimary elect ioh itAVtt srt fairly held that the decision reached wasp universally satis = fiitUuy to nit t moualip ipiitslet In that primary and tO the partyatlarge iU Jfak h 4ivr I Trl1 toOj tt The affairs of this county have he Democratic hands for many years and th- eyheli sd wen and honestly cjondu6tel iiTflfe itd PamerLl1ave been sEl wen4 II u is aturso fairly TratTPtmir iTeTeTrR pbli fsllregrmlicu au haveu9t made any issue on these important questions in thes resent campaign nna declined in their recent conven tion to put up a full county ticket 41 t hl t iM 3 J T The only two Democratic nominees who have opposition fromthelRepubIicanspre PflandBuck Johnson ournomirieefpJailer These are two oft rapst importjuitMices of the county Among other tan iV is the duLy of the High Sheriff tflkcolleet taxes to summon juries and arrestthose charged with crime He is also the Chairman of the Board of Election Commissioners bf the county whosdfduty it is under the present iav to appoint all thet officers bfelectin and to count and citify tie result of all elections hfi19 within tlie qpunfiy Cous Bioaddis aiffdlfJbhrio aIC both men of the people they are POOl menbut well qualified fer the offices which they seek and they will we believe dihharge their duties faithfully aud earlesslyandtathe entire satisfaction of the people ir eHptcljveof party r E i t ttl ai ilt ij m Having been fairly tnt regularly minated in an openDeocratIcprimary hey are ntitbd to the Jpyal enthusiastic support of every memqtl5rtI e ri5 j H The Democratic party was neverin better condition than ijMjsj Joclay hut th fe is real dangel inld et cpnBdence It s ems hard to convince many voters that there is stieh danger but tlie experience of the past in this county teaches that theonht time a Repifbli can has been elected to office has been whet thev did not bveioeitatfull ticket and nomi nat only oneiPI15mor o for office asin the present year 4Their oht libpe is that theDemQ crats feeling that 4her fstoo dangler of defeat will fail tog t the pbl P3 eithe pre ur e to take an interest in this election andi no only turn out yourself on election1dayoulsee that all your DemocratIc Beighbors db ll1W1sIhi jt 0 q 01 lfIjjIHif 4 1 vtill1 ttIi xi There are 24 votillgpJa s in thiscounty and a change of three votesf m the ifailureofsixp D pocjcats to vote ould mike a difference of M4 votejjn thQinty1shieh is larger t a ii thd Dernocraoity4i4s beeiwna number of important elections in this county If the Democrats of tile countyiyill discharge then autw1iih we1rllllybeheve- tgey wjLli Broadflusialiri iJo nspnjari the ontir Demo1 r i ti le wiUrel rS RY large majority on next Tuesday otherwise there isdanger r T Ii G H ArRulNefTiltIi tltf1 rt7 Uufteflhe leadership of Professor lnrfordifra Xhispneery fletaII Jt will ba given el iroly by home talent Rehearsals have heen held tor some time and Ui erfftrminceI tonight will no doubt at tact a large crowd Fire it Lttchert Wilts Cbniiiderableexrllement was caused last Thiiredav niglit hy the fire alarm hub5was ounded about talneVclock From some unknown cause flatuea fltfldn thbtlfirdlird roTR Llctier V Witts warehouse near the Ii N de ot and for a while looked ratherdan 10 J fw r tI1Ur jd irriva f the firemen soon extinguished aiu begreatesttlamagewas doiie by rater blJJanlinJtQRthe ElUsion Mill Companywasst reUi also a large amount of lithe cement and wall plaster belonging to Letcher lD itt was dam8ed t 19 R a4- yIt is not worth while to waste much time arguing the tobacco question You know what the c diioiia have been heretofore You know the prices f tobacco have been getting lower and Hr You can remember the time hen there was competition among buyers and they flocked to your barn tonp te for your crop and when theyfaiIedtoofYeryourprice you could 11l1nuIt unfilTPti got afair price for it You know how it came down the jrattbe country buyer was favored by the warehouses until the producer w sl squeezed out of the openmarket be cause he oulcl ngt Iejljiis obacco in competition with time dealer r Then warehouses squeezed the dealer until could not sell on a market manipu ted by the warehouses Next the Combine after getting control of the greater number of factories went to the t r ow sJz iKentoQ t label ia friendly guide pot tha points clothingNovcheap t carefullyhasdwho looks for this goal of excellence Kenton h Inall oufjJojiEtng e R iien ewe have neverrTfouni finer clothing than the Kenton brand In fat W thinkit super ior to allotihers4n style and shaperetaining and long4 wearing quality 4 A mist attractive display pt falla drinter Sttfts Overcoats and Raincoats invite your inspection f J trTf jotiJts ffi to fIE 1 iL5 2250Overcoats Cl O VQ TQ 25ii rT X Other dependable Suits and Overcoats 5 II 650 750 810 1Z50 AI c COVINGTON 1Warrn tJticfervvearijt Likely to need it any day Large stock of good thihgs here to choose from Cotton FJeece 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 SILKPLUSHyet warm as wool country for their tobacco thus rquetz ing the warehousemen out of their commissions and almost ruining their business After all this was accom pUshed the combine itselttho oniy buyer began to squeeze the fanner in sptently dictating more binding restric thom year after year until lat season when itwits thought the farmers organ ization had fallen through tbecombine tiuversTefuBedtolcfokat the tobacco in the barn and said tothegrower Bring your tobacco to my warehouse for Bracken Mason and Robertson this means eftjier to Augusta or Maysville and we will pay you what we think it is worth If you dont like our price you can haul it back home These are the conditions today with theGrowers Company out ol the way Knowing these lhingsand with the Growers Company willing to gnaran tee almost double former pricfQ lor tobacco we do not see loWanypro ducer CliP hesitate for a second about signing hU crop to this company in which ten thousand of Ibis brother aimers have invested their money to help maintain fair price for tobacco DdverKews For Sale Tenhorse power boiler and engine and 2G inch French Kurr for sale AlsO four ropnl house for rent Apply to J T H InIerson Speed welTCy o251m NearlyAzhyxhted Professor John Noland came very War meeting hfscleatuby asphyxiation fasi we lt arid had it not been for the prompt assistance of his wife his fate npii Id have been sealed Jeliad just entered his bath room which is heated by a gas stove The fumes escaping from the toe had so filled the room that as soon as he entered he was over come and fell tothefloor in anuncon scions condition His wife hearing the noise rushetl to his assistance and dragged him ftpm the room in time to prevent asphyxiation Medical aid was summoned and Mr roland was soon restored His can was indeed a close one but we are glad that tha genial prbfessor is still with us and his family AFew of the 10000 ===== Mc all 1 Patterns 9012 Ladies Box Coat IfPrice 15 cenfe II ri Also a full line of IIDress Good Secial SOOOrd GINGHAM JOII r 9320 Ladies EtonJ1acketcents yarPiIce J Scents 2761adiesNne G ore dspectfuIIySubmittedtothe KvSkirt PricetiI5cents II- 01 N 4cELDLR gImk r Little LoVe Stories =Coming somewhat as a surprise was the marriage on last Wednesday afterI noon of Mr A B Farris and Miss Sallie Russell Taylor The wedding which was quiet in every detail oc curred at the home of the brides aunt Mrs J Tevjs Wilkerson in The house was beautifully LexingtonI roses and chrysanthemums ceremony which was perlormedby time RavEdwin Mull rwas witnessed by only a very few of the brides relatives After congratulations Mr and Mrs Faaris left for a short trip returning to this city on Saturday Both Mr andI Mrs Farris are two well known tOIee1I an introduction The bride isadangh ter of Mr Colby Taylor and has been known here Irom babyhood to young womanhood She has always been ex tremely popular and is possessed wilhI a wonderfully sweet disposition SlaP is likewise attractive and is an nccotn plished musician MrFarieisauative of this County but for a number of years has been making his home m this city He is the efficient nrok keeper at the State Bank and Trust io where he Is held in the highest es teem hl employers He is also a prominent Iodte man being a member of Richmond Commandery Knichts Templar andan Elk holding the office of secretary in the last named order Noconple In Richmond areblessed with more friends to wish them all the hap piness in he world than Mr and IIrs1 Farris DEATHb A Special from Paris Kyfo Fridays Lexington Leaderannonnced thedeath of Mr 4P Allis a well known com morcial trnveler Hewapi found dead in a hotel Birmingham Ala His remains were taken to Pam his home for interment Mr Allis was alout CG years old and was well known here where be together with his wife often visited relatives He is survived by his wife who was before her marriage Miss Pallje Ballarda niece of Capt P PBallard for whom she was named She Jias a great many friends here who are grieved tolearnof her loss and who extend to her the right band of love aud sympathy in her great trouble aa a Sa Much regret was felt here over the death of Mr Wm Watta which oc eiFrrarkat1unthefaTera = live Dr John Perry In Fayette county His remains wero brought to tilts city his old li3meVfur nterrrti aiU De ceased wiwas about thirty five years TiinTTSVnferTinivedlieTeVBeTii the groctry business Of a jovial good nature he easily wpn friends and ts easily retained hum His death was dun to consumption from which he lial f tTercc19rSomo tine Much sympathy fdlt for his mother Mis AnnV tts JJjeflaawpllN Mv Herald contain4 te following notice of the death pi irs W FRichardsonformerly of lila cauhtxi thefunralof the lalp Mrc W F Richardson was held Saturday nYdrnfn al lboclck from the resi dence on Missouri avenue Elder 0 C- iflnictedthie ljdrvice Tn tlmeprea alice of quite a large crowd of friends and neighbors Interment was made In tlieutlr blde cemetery Amanda Perkins which was Mrs Richardsons mahlen nameiwasf born jn Madison county Gyin 1856 where she grew to wottiaUhood and wasiiiarrieiltp W4 F Richardson in tjFropj homoWas e ntv o 1cmi4 wasbcmii t9t eI he daugter who assisted In ear ulJ for het5 iBother through lierloriff illness Mtho WP iaapEllfr unlteil with the diureui and a faithful themriersiBCeithrffllme IhIr1 Christianity showing Itself through tJIQrJifeandlnthemMneLlnwl1i she patiently suffered Had calmlyloikelT upon death l118t end cpiOct 12 aeurinceIa other world The ellowlBgr eMf teIte frora ttm WoodfordSaa is a WaatUal tribute te oon r BoOts arid Shoes1T ir t Weve made the greatest preparation of our lives for I fall and winter Footwear trade Splendid assortment of the ifJ 41 i newest styles in fine lressiLoesllLnan WalkOver Butwell Beacon and J 1L1BooteesLeather and Rubber Botby far the largest selections j rand best values in Richmond tr MayPhelpsand whose friends heresympathizs with him mcst tenderly In his great bereave meat Mrs Phelps remains were brought to this city for Intermeni Thedeathof Mrs Marion Matilda Helps wife ol Dr R M Phelps of imighitMrsShe was born in Padncah Ky and was about 32 years of age She was married to Dr Phelps on April 18th 1900 and they came to Versailles in Phelpsbecanlean1Ialiillnia after coming Versailles and for sev eral years past her sufferings had fre quently been too terrible fordescription All of this she bore with such wonder ful courage patience ami cheerfulness sawn thadnliratlon of those who be hell it Biit the noblest tribute that could be laid at the feet of a woman is hernor was it withheld until she was cold in death The exquisitely noble and beautiful devotion of herhusband andiiiehiaid tchanlfisiht with death that heTOndH first in thevain effort to save her then to alleviate her suffer ipgsisamost too sacred ii tIling to dis cuss nmli fratight with a pathos too pitTblslsmonument Before itwa stand with uncovered head nor in those instances of wedded love which have become historic loud which have earned the names ofthn haplessbutfaithftil lovers down time ages can wo recall anything more lofty more touching or1 lOre akin to Heayen than this sweet and pa thehc case A AlB y ev y American Slaves 1 I1B LMiddletqns Emancipation Act that will FreeThousands t B L Middleton Richmonds leading druggist is readytd i store freedom to many who have been in absolute slav ery No one appreciates bettor than the victim of indigestion that he is ana ject slave to his stomach and Mr B L MicdU ton in that Mio na will strengthen the stomach so that you can eat whalyouwahtahd tvhen you want it removes all Tear of further bondageThe is to the body what the foundation is to the hiiiand when it is weakened l qrvdi easedone organ ijftec another ia affecled until the heart Interesting irvlccs Rev F N Hill the new pastQCpf the Methodist Church who has bee- nptweekholtinisserVicesfortlref an nOI1hles that he will continue Juring this vivek Good crowds are attending there lIelln and much interest is beiimianiiestettReiIll ill amsg netil F1eller and his sermons lire filled with holy truths and are given iii- a way that appeals to all classes He will have for his Iubjepts this vjek the following Conversion the oliver sion of the 1hilippian Jailer the Con version of Saul of Tarsus and The Narrow Way Services begin promptly atFeven ctokand everybody is cor dially invltedi All members and friends are especially urged to be pres ent next Sunday morning as a special sermon will be preached 7IE HAVE YOUR 41JTQMf CLOTHES MADE TOI MEASURE Zr It means garments made with every ffi1ittledotail of cut and iexactlyas you want it You might design your Suit or x coat your self but iLia Ian beUejEjtcj trust such things to highly perienced designers and you willnShd itmnch more satisfactory to come and look over 5F beautiful of and Winter fashion plates designed by the smart New York Custom Tailors s NV4 T 4 t BSTERN SON ii i t EXCLUSIVE TAILORS EI Il +II4 l arwhom we represent in this cL can show you a vastly more varied 9K assortment of fine imported and fabrics than any custom and because all great enterprises can be 71carried at relatively less cost than I J pricesgr BANK i guaranteeing domestic I lungs kidneys and liver vill allbe in volved Indigestion causes nervon ness sleeplessness head aches l3aches1 distress after eating turuih- tongue and enernl weakness and de bility Mi6na is not a mere temporary Ie lief for indigestion but a rem edy for all stomach troubles promoting good digestion stimulating the seers tions and restoring health Ask B L Middletou to show you the under which he soils Mi oitn A large box of the tablets sells for 50 centst but costsnpthing unless it cures I ci F Attractive Window When it comes to windows anda general uptodate apjiearance o thfcir8tore TheOrten McKee Dry Goods Company is among the leaf we j This week their large and attractive show are presenting a inosc unique appearance Aside from tho unusual display of goods considerable attention is being attract l pdvtby tlie prices marked on the goods These prices are marked with 5 cents i 10 cent 15 cents 25 cents and 50 cents Idmfll Danville is to have a public park ft71 71 71 71 F 71 II r f finish Over ffi series Fan CUSTOM fl other tailor on positive guarantee attractive fA windows handsome L shadesc i not you desire to give us an order you will be most cordially welcome R em ember This t I mIf the fit of our garments isnt entirely satisfactory you neednt take them 7 1RICE and ARNOLD7H THE ONE PRICE HOUSE 4 L 7I F ffi7 Il 1 I Jr r nJ7 ll EA nU iqJ r rirTi11J If c 1 Ii rijii Jiffim friH iFriJifriif l rn 8f rifrnirp = rlll 1 I rsJ fi IiIi li llIrillliffiJii JiWi6 Youll Be J6fI EiISm AheadBalBarM T I I T TA +CALL AT JONES MERSIIONSS- ALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed uptoiate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St II f1o s ft FAMILIAR pYrhe1ikenesSO1DJWB CtDWELT appears on every pacVagc of Dr Galdwells DLW B Cww- tLLSYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour stomach Headaches and Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach dlv orders Every genuine package is distinguished by this trade mark Your druggist will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Themas Dan H Breck Fire Life and acci dent Insurance eeplSMt There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR t Every housewife every cook knows tha Good cakes Rolls Bisuits 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 latesteOur brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produc Belle of Madis- onElliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY e 3Cc From Parlor to Kitchen Furniture Carpets Stoves You need something now in the par A lat I You need Bed Room Suits Beds antiIBedding Mattresses Couches Rockers t Chairs Carpets Safes Tables Cooking Stoves Floor Oil Cloth or some otherIA mentioned herttlWe have them call and see us Sat I- J J is faction guaranteed in both price and qualityIJaman d Jgias- t Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky 34btwinter time is coming Dont let the cold weather catch you without a good Heater We handle all kinds of Heaters Radiators and Air Tight When in need of a- t2ook= f Stoveerxmine our Regal Queen We are are agents for tl Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Drills Special attention is given to Roofing Guttering and Repai ing Give us a call when in need of anything kept in a firs class hardware store C 1I TAYLOR t A Low Prices at the 1tt Racket Store iti White enamel slop 269tTen piece toilet set t 8 inch jardiniers 29c A1A 9 inch jardiniere 39c pots Gc to 34c 1IJ ftFlower lamps at low prices Mission clocks 53 39 Good china decorated cup and saucers 11 4 lOc h1Iat dishes decorated 13 h10c wor and babin80c poppers lOc tCorn brooms lOc bods 25 to 35c T Shovels 5 to 15c ict I Streetsittt 1 1 0 fills lJ1 J 1J JlIL OiLARSAMERICAN BURN UP HUNDREDS OF TONS OF TOBACCO ANNUALLY Some Interesting Figures Presented by an Authority on the Sub jectCost of the Weed The habitual smoker is occasionally reminded by his abstemious friends that smoking is an expensive habit and a wasteful one and he Is asked to consider how much money he could save annually by a discontinuance of the habit The habitual smoker if hs gives consideration to this proposition at all invariably comes to the conclusion that the money he might not ex pend for cigars or tobacco would not be saved at aUi and that the other things he would probably buy with it would not give him a tenth of the genuine enjoyment and solid comfort derived from his pet luxury Whatever the conclusion of the in dividual smoker however it must be admitted that the habit of smoking as indulged in by Americans costs in the aggregate a lot of money Tobacco Leaf presents some interesting figures on this subject During the fiscal year ended June 30 1905 there were manu factured in the United States 7080337 207 cigars an increase of more than 185000000 over the record of the preceding year The cigarette crop too in spite of Indianas anticigarette law showed a healthy activity the increase amounting to over 141000000 in a i total output of 3368212740 Th3 a United States also produced over 21 000000 pounds of snuff last year and 334489110 pounds of smoking tobacco the latter an increase of only about two per cent The value of all this tobacco product is not given with exactness but is esti mated at over 300000000 The last three census returns were as follows For 1880 116772631 for 1890 195 536862 for 1900 263977514 At the rate of Increase of production in 1904 05 over the preceding year the esti mate of 300000000 does not seem ex cessiveAn fact in connection with these statistics is that the great bulk of the product is raised here manufactured here and consumed here Compared with the grand total our imports and exports are relative ly insignificant Importation of to bacco in all its forms last year amount ed to only a little over 22000000 and exports to a little over 37000000 Smokers of good Havana cigars by the way have not been slow to recognize the results of American capital and enterprise as applied to the Cuban productThe York Sun estimates the American population of males who may be regarded as of clear age at 24000000 At that rate the domestic product of cigars last year was sum cleat to allow each smcler 320 smokes during the year That is Isss than one cigar a daywhIch aiy Inveterate devotee of the weed will maintain is an absurdly moderate allowance So de spite the big figures we are a nation of moderate smokers after all Perhaps the most formidable view of the tobacco habit In America is obtained when we look at the annual consumption by weight A cigar is not a heavy object neither is a pipeful of tobacco or a cigarette but American smokers burned last year about 300 000 tonsenough to make quite a smudge The habitual smoker how ever will calmly assert between puffs that ho knows of no other product the burning of 300000 tons of which would afford as much pleasure to the 24000 000 men who burned it or as much profitable employment to the hundreds of thousands of persons engaged in growing manufacturing and selling the horrid weed Foxy Old Duke An ingenious timekeeping arrangement exists today which was designed by the famous duke of Bridgewater who laced South Lancashire with canals and died over 100 years ago The duke was a great stickler for punctuality and he was annoyed that the workmen on his estate at Worsley did not retura to work after dinner as promptly as they left off when the clqck struck 12 When the duke re monstrated with his men they replied that while they always heard the clock strike 12 times they often failed to hear the sinale stroke of one n in ==J = yi Cloak Furs for wifeor your If investing you see ypurmbneyinatlAIN COAT and daughter a Suit ofclothes or aniQyerfoaf for yourself and IDat tn t tit Fq r 4 r t L r I Jg LACKEY 4 HAMILTON IKENTUCKY iStreetsRICIDIOJSDCorner First anSI Main iel B XX6iX I II eeItI XeI Itn If lately A Happy RomeITo have a happyhomeyou must have children iome makers If a weak lawomanchildren with little pain or discomfort to a ibyourselfVNECARDUl t it a Womans ReliefItIt will ease away all your pain reduce inflam t mation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarsian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETIER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co ne aUite or unagewater quickly found remedy for this state of affairs HeI had a clock made which would strike 13 times an hour after noon and that clock proclaims one oclock with a bakers dozen of sonorous strokes toI this day This thirteen clock is oneI of the curiosities of Worsley Hall Dundee Advertiser Island of St Helena 1st nelena the lonely Atlantic rock on which Napoleon lingered out his last years was once a regular calling place for ships from England to the Cape of Good Hope India Australia and the east The little island lived and flourished on the money spent these callers But the construction byI the Suez canal diverted this trade aimed a fatal blow at St Helenas prosperity A pathetic reminder of the good oid times and the present bad ones is the announcement In the latest issue of the St Helena Guardian that the local sailors home is to be sold Explain Please Mrs McSoshDo you mean to tell me sir that you were sober when you came home last night Mr McSosh Absolutely my jlean Then will you explain why you filled the refrigerator with coal and put six shovelfuls of ice in the fur nace Cleveland Loader IN MODERN MINING ELEMENT OF CHANCE ELIMINATED BY THE DREDGE Obstacles of Primitive Methods Have Been Done Away With in TTptoDate Hunt for Gold Placer mining came to a stop in Egypt and Spain when their product fell to the level of hand labor it stopped in Brazil partly for the same reason and partly because the gravel being small and flue the placer fields are nearly flat and the mines are out of grade It stopped in California states the Chicago Chronicle because the tailings choked up the rivers and the law courts interdicted the hy draulic process In Auouua it had almost passed the level of hiad labor when the gold dredge was invented In Alaska though stopped in winter time for ack of running water it is still going on during the summer time when the streams are released from frost In none of these countries was placer tniaing arrested because there was no more gold in the gravel but for for the other reasons given all of which are now remedied by the gold invention supersedes nand labor it requires no grade or declivity down which to sluice its gravel it will choke no river it needs only enough water to float itself in and to wash the gold with nd Oi nr DUE TO CARDUTIand nothing else is my baby now two weeks old writes Mrs J West of Webster City Iowa areIIs a fine healthy babe and we both doing nicely mis waier ft can and Goes use over again It is as much at home Hi the arid but auriferous deserts of Arizona- as in the golden marshes of the Feather river What Is this goldship It is simply a dredge that floats in a pond of its own makingpond which ac companies it wherever it chooses to go and which enables it to move over the laud in any direction It scoops up the gravel subjects it on its decks to the action of any desired process mechanical or chemical and then htv lag exhausted It of its goldthegravel behind and keeps on advan 1ng until the field before it is sifted and treated from surface to bedrock IAs the ground can be thoroughly and sampled beforehand this process lifts gold mining from the category of speculative enterprises to that of a manufacturing business the- gold dredge is a gold manufactryI with an Insatiable demand and an asj sured market for its product at the rate of 2047 for each troy ounce fine paid down by the mints in gold coin t No risk no Idle stock on hand no bad debts no commission brokeaeI or discounts no monopoly of now or ever possible An instant sale for the entire product ala fixed lirics j paid in cash Such ae the Irirom parable conditions of the goldmanu facturlng business It rzies without saying that unless the cost of taking part in it is beyond the ordinary means of bus ness men such an industry will not fall rto invite a vast number of participants This coiing ncy can be settled at once The dredges cost from 3f to 5000 each according to size a sum quite within the means of the average busin ssman commercial partnership or small corporation Like stoat other Inventions the rotslilp Is a development A gold dredge was used on the Magdalena river 20 years ago the device was further developed several years latH In New Zer it was brought most to per tion in California the present Ime a dozen shops scatter 1 all over the edKy states are rivaling one another in turning out a more and more pelect dredge The home demand for these machines is so urgent that but few ve as yet been shipped abroad yetsev eral of them have cJready gone1 to South America and several more to Europe The present rate of outurn is about one machine a week in the course of a few years it will be one per diem in ten years it probsjuly will be ten machines per diem this takes place and perhaps betire it the worlds production of god even should the quartz mines yield no more than at present will be J2COO 000 a day Strength of Katydids Enormously strong are the katy dids says a man who trained ono of r Boy Detectives Wanted w REWARD v HE man who sells XTHAGOOD Clothes for Mer 0i T heimer Stein Co will call on us soon 110- the first boy under 10 years of age who finds him we tt will give a 500 suit of XTRAGOOD Clothes free We t want every bov in town to work for this reward Watch the trains the streets and our store Ji- How to Catch the XTRAGOOD i Clothes Man fit j When you see a man you think is the right one say to a him You are from Ederheimer Stein Co Chicago and sell XTRAGOOD Clothes If you speak i t to him in this way he will answer Yes I l ityou say anything else he will not reply Eeepyoureyes t J open Hustle You never before had such a chance to Cr get free of charge a suit of the best most stylish and I finest fitting clothing made for boys u J I Th g V Lf t 1HWDO1cIhamCt rTk 4 J c Ji D J i r n i7ifr t r2I 1 i Jtdq cpo I d ese insects a gina ot grasanopper a man were as strong proportion he would be able to tear up a urch I harnessed my katydid to sled made by folding a piece of or nary note paper and then loaded toe ed with various articles TheInsect proved able to draw in addition to thfe I briginal paper 12 paper sheets each three by four and onehalf inches d note rge screw two steel pens a stone- eighing two ounces and three andotl half lead pencils When the ecame too heavy to be drawn other ise the katydid got its forefeet ove- rheteQf the table for a better holdth ndo the addition of another weight increased the adhering power of said itsI feet by moistening them inJta j His Qualifications Senior PartnerI think that office of ours would make a good po one ceinan Junior Partner Because why Because hes never around when wanted Chicago Daily News Emergency Case BaconThe young doctor uses hit dresssuit case for carrying home hot tied beer in Egbert Calls it an emergency case supposeYonkers Statesman Interesting Kentucky Items uie THE MINERS STRIKE Twenty Pinkerton Detectives Were Arrested at Sturgis Sturgis Ky Oct 27rwenty Pin kerton detectives from St Louis who came to Sturgis Wednesday to guard tho mines of tho West Kentucky Coal Co during the strike were arrested Thursday on a charge of entering the state as an armed body They were released on 1500 bond each the bonds being signed by President Gard nor of the coal company There are no indications that the strike will end soon as the operators appear deter mined not to unionize their mines and the strikers are firm MARGARET WILLIAMS The Girl Found With Her Parents Who Are Reunited Lexington Ky Oct 27Margaret Williams who disappeared from tho borne of her foster mother Mrs B H Ebker of 1310 Central avenue Gin cinnati last Sunday afternoon after a visit to the Lyceum theater has been located by Humane Officer J D Har- monoShe is with her parents from whom sho was taken by order of Judge Caldwell of the juvenile court in Cin cinnati but us her father and mother are reunited tho child will be allowed to remain in their custhdy- SUBTERRANEAN CHANNEL It Is Reported To Rival In Size and Beauty the Mammoth Cave Louisville Ky Oct 27lt is reported here that an immense subterranean channel which promises to surpass lit size and beauty the fcvnous Mammoth Cave has been discovered near Glas glow Junction Barren county One arm already has been explored for a distance of seven miles Further pro gross was stopped by a wide and swift riyer It was not possible to tell the magnitude of this stream Sensational Suit Flied Covington Ky Oct 27A sensa attlonal suit the echo of tho lynching 0 Thacker at Flemingsburg In 1903 was filed in the federal by Mrs Mary Thacker the wid ow She is suing George Gordon and other citizens of Flemingsburg for 550000 damages for mobbing her bu- sbd Files Mortgage at Paducah Paducah Ky Oct 27W B Smith missing former president of Western National bank of Louisville has filed In the McCracken county court a mort gage of a house and lot and half In terest In 31 acres of land to his broth pnera C L Smith and Ray Smith for 20000 which he claims he owes them Committed Suicide By Drowning London Ky Oct 27Mrs Jesse Mathias wife of Jesse Mathias a blacksmith living three miles west of here committed suicide by Jumping into a large well She was about years old Her mind had been unbalanced for several days She was not discovered for an hour Yorks Condition Critical Lawrenceburg Ky Oct 2tTha condition of William H York who at tempted to commit suicide in the coun tyjail here by taking an overdose ot morphine and then cutting his throat with a dirk Is very critical It Is feared he may not live to face trial Monday Died at the Age of 96 Years Owensboro Ky Oct 27Mrs Clyde Conyers died at her homo in Mason Ville aged 96 She was the oldest woman In the county and leaves many descendants to tho fourtn generation She was a sister of Dr Thomas Speer of Lagrange who is Ot years old Judge Sends Brother To Jail Owingsville Ky Oct 27Will A Young late commonwealths attorney for the district and present democratic nominee for the legislature from Bath and Rowan counties has been sent to jail by his brother Circuit Judge Allie W Young for contempt of court Kentucky Veterans Meet Louisville Ky Oct 27 hundred confederate veterans from all over Kentucky assembled at tho Confederate home Powee Valley to attend the annua reunion An address was delivered by Commander Col nett H Young of Louisville For Kentucky Companies Frankfort Ky Oct 27The of appeals held that the secretary state is compelled by law to recor- Incorporation articles If they tlally comply with the statutory oompllheCalled By Death Louisville Ky Oct 27 Mrs erine L Thomas wifo of V H us president Of the wholesale liquor sUib1ishmeotprw HTkomas Son MJi reC Iiid oC gamly t l iijt fIL1 LOST OR STOLEN Affidavit State ot Kentucky County of Madison Sometime in the month of May 1905 either lost or had stolen from my home on Elm Street in this city a This note was made by brother Willis to mjself and three sisters for the sum of Onn IIUll dred Dollars A short time alter missing this note I am reliably informed a note bearing my description was seen in the handd of one John A Pope Pope left the town before service could be hall on him and his when abouts is now unknown Diligent search and inquiry has beenmade and nothing has been heard of it Any finding this note or holding same please return it to the undersigned at once and receive a liberal reward for productionThe is a fac simile of tle language of time note on printed form LIEN NOTE S10000 RICHMOND KY August 21 1905 On or about May 1st 1905 for value received Ior either of us promise to pav to the order of Cassie W Smith Ella Bnrnam Harriett Bnpcsntid ftlag W Nealey One Hundred Dollars negotiable and payable at the State Bank and Trust Chmpany of Rich mond Ky interest Buyable semian DuatI at time rate of 6 per cent from this date unHl paid Balnnce pur chase money for J acre of laud in Berea Kentucky Due May 1 1005 No 1 HOwARD WILLIS Com Ex March 7 1008 Attest JAS A WHITE N P Cassie W Smith Richmond Ky State of Kentucky County oi Madison Personally before me Cassie W Smith who acknowledged theabove afllilnvit to be her net and deed this October 14 105 My Com Expires March 7 1908 JAS A WHITE N P Madison Co Kv Attest JESSIE Contt C MC C by B B Tenill D C octlS4tBuy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt Oct 1 Ci hot bale- I desire to sell my stock of general inorclianilis The goods are in first class condition new and ratable and i one of the leKt stands in tin county For further injormation call on or address R R Harris a23 8m Peytontown Ky White riymoolh Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pullets and cockorels for sale These chickens are direct from Ffslieli stock who won seventeen premiums at the St Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good lintel guaranteed MADISON PODITRY FA rot Kingston Ky S E SCOTI Prop C D MILLER Mm Farm For Rent 150 acres of laud good house out buildings etc 30 acres to go in con and tobacco 15 acrPs already in when and rest in grass Fm particulars Pee MINKKVA BARNES oet83t Richmond Ky Why dont you fence your Earn and keep your old cow at home Some will say what f nce must to buy TTuclc Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold liyJFCoy Farm tor Rent I desire to rent for the year 1906 about 275 acres of land with jsooc dwelling thereon This land is a par of the furm now occupied by the under signed and is about five miles east 01 Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 2or 30 acres of said land to jjojn cornt5 acres to go In wheat the remainder it grass Privilege to sow grain this fall possession Jan 196 For call on or address C IT Manpin cellO 4t Richmond Ky Telephone B H Tnxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal fOl furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Acherry suit ot furniture for Rah cheap Phone 308 tf Dan II Breck will insure your city or county prop rty against fire HglM ning and cyclone sep3 4t Agent Wanted To take charge of debit for Metro politan Lifo Insurance Co Jons H Toy Asst Snpt It Oldham Bide Richmond Ky New teal Finn I have openedlip n coal bnsinet igain at the same place opposite Ic Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Bli Hill Coal Co I will handle Borneo he best grades of Jellico coal also the Brush Creek coal and I respectful solicit a satire of the patronage of til pet pits of Richmond aud Madison coun cy and shall endeavor to make my pIeRSIa1BuppjioepiioneHUg9 3m H F BARKER roofalln For Sate I offer for pale privately my farm cl 250 acres more or less located I J mile UothavLn1reseveral never faillni joneral1yiUtxcelentcpnditl particulars call on or address Irvine Azbill KyalBuy the best Seed Wheat ant bave the fcst crop for gale by Letche t po kl IIIeo J- UJ i1irdr More Heat Less Coal Squeeze out all the heat value of your coal Dont set ufc the chimney the hot air that to go through y house Gases and smoke are cornbustibIeif the prop means is taken to insure combustion The PeckWilliamson Underfeed Furnace works on scientific principles The coal is fpd from und neath the gases pass through the flame instead of arisi from it and are consumed and transformed into heat N an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are reduced oneli to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdein with the disagreeable odors anddryness of the old fashion hotair furnaces We would like to send you our free hIII about it or have you call at our store where these Furna are on exhibition C E Douglas Co iSuccessors to Arbuckle Simmons Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heating and Ventilating Co Cincinnati 0 y y y y vxy j- ia J We are Bound n Gtokeept Your Trade r 1 begunr r nice selections from new stock is now yours Furniture Carpets and Jf Mattings i1 and if the goods suit we make the pricer suit 4 if Clwi RICHMOND KY fN 1Jm i r iIk4 iA11sflair Keoewe SICELIA n A highclass preparation for the hair Keeps the hair soft r glossy and prevents splitting at the ends Cures dandruff s always restores color to gray hairU iTlnSTfJ SR MOFFETTS Cures Cholera Infan Urrhoea Dysentery e Bowel Troubles of Chiltir ESTHI Jlny Jige Aids Disc Regulates the Bowels Strc ens the Child and MA TEETHING pOWDERS TEETHING EAL Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J MOFFETt M D St loiib r Mother I Hesitate no longer but save tho health and Hi it your child as thousands have done by giving these pova J TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and 0 r comes tho effects ot the summers heatupon teething child n EASt TENNESSEE TEEMJSNUCOMPA XSCORFOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones of Inthis Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern p A Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the apeople of this greatsection of tho country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed AMES to CA1DWELU J W HUNTER J leV et sen o Wonderful Demonstration of the 20th Centu- ryHEATEft in front of our store on MONDAYNOVEMBER No SmokeNo Soot Heats the Floc r Onehalf saved in fuel Frt guaranteed for five yta1S DJBShockBUord Co rtf II1r t r