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T i = t J- a c i j THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 1 t f t f1Mlfa1 NTriRICHMOND f MADISON COUNTY y WEDNESDAY NOVFMBER 8 1905 NUMBER Z5 JoLbWATSON1 SaripNortfiUpiJer LEIIVGfONKY With a Cash Purchase ofwe pay y88f railroad fare to Lexington and Return Buy 25and we pay your fare one way New Autumn and Winter Styles All the Correct Things are here Womens New Suits to Satisfy Every Woman snperiorhtitkhaHpptllaiftiy dt tlijs department t mitt S tits for pfdcti6atand dress wbah 1tto Lone cos dray weed and coat of Black Clay Worsted at 30 to 35 New Long Coats These coats are styled for every whim that dressiness dictates rnd taut lase in every respect is each in its style Fnrlin d coats of rare smartness at 35 and40 Black Kersey cotta satisfyingly elegant 20 end 25 Plain and fanoy mixed coats practical as well ns dressy 1J to 20 Craven ette coats at Sic to 25 Missts cotta special stye tan gray and mixed prattiealgarmentNew Style Skirts They are co ret In style the quality unequaled at the price the work manhp faultless 5 to 10 Broadcloth or Panama Skirts 7i 0 to 9 New fad gray skirts 8 to 10 New Correct Furs for Dressy Women We aro showing offerings in scarfs and throws of selected prlcPjOrlontltlMuffs to match equally as low prices nch Seal Cots 35 to JO New Faney Silks tixqilisitr in ef cry repped the pick of the ndvelties of the season Pit stripe tUhanKOaljlos Scotch elm plaids effects very swell creations tot ohilllt8taCrupa de Lheue all shades piire silk line and crimpy 75band l New Dress Novelties at 1 and 150 Here is where wo give the bet values in the market IJrdpc de Ete all shades mannishsuitings and blended checks all now at tand 15t1 Nubbly styles in giay sititiog They ire exclusive dud are by far tile pretti Wt thing we have shown in gray sultin ecMerode Underwear Faultless in tit and gnUU tfo eirtfnie is gpired td flake eadh garment perfect fevury gnfmbnt is shaped to IItbetogcUt with prb Mori by experi enced butters who follow i lib most SOc to 2 Big Values in Bed Covering 125 each Fine spreads 114 size biavysatin honey com effects Marseilles patterns real value 5175 Special values in comforts and blanket Unman stripe noVelty blankets loO to 5 114 white blan It ttatG s and 10 the bet values ever shawn Bed Comfojta at 150 Laminated cotton comforts 1 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 25 Ladies heavy walking gloves the new London ttsi s spicialf 125 Dainty Muslin Underwear Skirts gowns drawers corset covers 25c to f3 Artistic dies maklnr and ladies tailor ng Mrs Pendleton vill please you c JLWatson ttarruqro at tot tts r Cough E A T sharjiconleiedj rasping fIt OU Its that nearly tear your throat in Coughs that come from clear down in twoIstomach The very worst coughs are all cured by IPerry f White Thomas Pine J TarIS- it palatable the So efficacious it most chronic costmore So hood coughsI= J rJGod- sForXMA Scan now be round at our store jw h allaf jrrtids t bviiduii in the hue during the holiday J Jaai J FresrCRaisms Figs Dates l Crnd till the ingredients for t black cakes Our A line of j Queensware etis one of the most beautifuh and complete to be found in Central Kentucky also carry till celebrated jWe f 4rV Kanawha lt J the lie t that can be had frig preserving meat tJ- J Call and look over our stock before making a pure f- J chases iir any thing in our line Covington Arnold Bro CMain Street GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR 1 CRANI TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing IIf You Have Half Trouble Write Today For Free Hottle and Advice YorktFor Sale at all atc1r1 PERRY THOMAS J k ATTENTION DEMOCRATS t gulareieetiondayand also the elective officers of the incorporated cities located Within tHe counts will bn elected on that day vembelY satisfactoryttatt theyhaveand so fairly protected that even Republicans are satisfied and have not made any issue on these important questions iii the present campaign and declined in their recent convention to put up a full coUnty ticket it ailePare two of the rilost important offices of the county Amohg other important duties it is chargedwithwhose duty it is lineal the present law to uppoiiit nil the officers okeleetiori and to count and certify the result of allelections held within the countyuCous Broaddus qualifiedferrind fearlessly and to tile entire satisfaction of the people irrespective of party i 4 i having been fairly rind ieguIarlynbininatetl in ah open Democratic primary they are entitledto tee oyiii siippoH of evfery member of the party 4 The Democratic partwas never In better condition Irian it is todiiYbut there is real danger in overconfidence It seems hard to convince many volerS that there is such danger but the experience of the past in this county teaches that the only tune a Republi can has been elected to office has been when they did riot have out a full ticket andnomi nated only one ortwo for office as in the present year Their only hope is that the Demo rats feeling that there is no danger of defeat will fail to go to the polls We therefore earnestly urge you to take an interest in this election and not only turn out yourself on election day but see that all your Democratic neighbors do likewise 4 sixtltnioctthe countyIfbelieve they will BroaddUs and Johnson and the oiitire Democratic ticket will be elected by a large majority on next Tuesday otherwise there is diingerj n MATTER OFHEALTH 1 OY4L i bAiUt4G POWDER Absolutely Pure HAS NO SUBSTITUTE- A Cream of Tartar Powder free fr phoshatic I Federal Prisoner BanKrupt Covington Ky Nov 3 Bankruptcy proceedings were begun against Chat W Durrah of Ft Thomas Ky who was Indicted by tho federal grand Jury for Illegally receiving and disposing of soldiers accouterment and who on Tuesday was sentenced to the federal prison at Atlanta Ga Culmination of a Romance Lexington Ky Nov 3The mar rage of Miss Mildred McCann and Dulin Moss by Rev C H H Branch was the culmination ofa romance Which began by the groom dictating letters to the brldo while she was the public stenographer in the Phoenix hotel Killed By An Officer Plnevllle Ky Nov 3It aeveloped that Brantley Smith who was killed near the depot was shot by Assistant Chlqft of Police Anthony Broughton Witnesses say Smith had been drinking and trying to raise a row and re sisted being arrested Fusion Ticket Must Go On Ballot Frankfort Ky Nov 3Tlie court of appeals In chambers heard argu ments In the Letcher county ballot vase and decided that the fusion tick et for county offices mnst goon the ballot und rthe rooster the demo cratic device General Store Robbed Cloverport Ky Nov 3The gen eral merchandise store of Frank Fralro at this place was robbed of menV clothing and a ladys gold watch tha goods being valued at 400 The jobbers entered and escaped by a rear window Brakeman Mangled By Cars Lawrenceburg KyNor 3 William II Lewis brakeman on the Southern railway while malting a coupling In the yards here fen derthe cats aid was horribly mangled death resulting Instantly He lived at Louisville Charaed With Murder Versailles Ky Nov 3County Do tectlve McBeth of Uniontown Pa left here with Clifford Hawley who was arrested In this county last week charged with the warder of Siawon N lit Pgaaaylvli g I PENNILESS PAWNS HIS LEG Alderman Advances Coin to Tramp on Artificial MemberLatter- Writee for It Crookston MinnEmIl Johnstone ie to get his leg back EmIl was a transient in Crookston early last pring and was short of cash Alderman MIsner agreed to advance the money providing Johnstone would leave one of hIs legs as a hostage which Johnstone agreed to do forth With depositing his wooden one as itI was more easily detached than the O that grew naturally He was given his ticket and went on his way rejoicing Johnstone was later heard from in Minneapolis whereJie wrote back for his leg hav ing procured employment in a restaur ant there His letter was answered and Inquiry made regarding the 760 advanced for his ticket while here but no reply to this missive was received Chairman Misner has decided now however to return the legtC John stone gratis He says there lire fld prospects for a onelegged alderman who might use the artificial limb and to keep it longer would be running a big chance of it becoming warpedT loses by Freak Posey county Ind has just lost 1000 more acres to Illinois by a of the Wabash river The strip o land which has long been known as London Island has been annexed to Illinois by the action of the water Lee island was formed many years ago by the Black cutoff a mile long the old river some six or seven mi l around having since practically title up and attached the land solidly to Illinois at the north end The sam thing Is slowly but surely happenin- in the river around Rlbeyre island cutting pS 300Q restbe cutoff I already the rear rivet though the old channeldoes notyet become quite dry j at low water Fame Trust Is Latest Clearly a fame trust that canonizes the author of Rocked la the otthe D op and uuierjUkwlo ep alga ioe te e1tUvleBo U Ittwiii- s wrr be SLEEPING PROVES MALADY Afflicted Persons in State 6f low Beiaain in That Condition Dnr- lri g Many Daffc- Eidora =iaV A number tit Used 6t coma have been manifest In I6wa dur ing the past month and persons have slept from eight days to 56 days with But waking Mason City had the strangest case in William Burke whO slept for nearly 60 days and died wits out having been awake once A lady in the same town was in a comatose state for a considerable length of time but finally awakened and it alive and well in Clinton county RutS Hafrlngtofl a 15yearold schoolgirl was in sofflfl kind of a trance rBI eight days da August 31 the girl said sh Wa feoinfj id take a short nap At flvti oclock when the mother came to awaken her daughter she failed to rbuse her and ailcovered that her Jaws were tightly set A physician tried hIs best td awaken the girl but was unable ttt dft id Cold baths and electricity which1 wefti Immediately applied proved of 63 avail Two hours later conscious ness partly returned to the sleeper although she did not open her eyes She endeavored to communicate to thfi watchers fit her bedside in the mute language of the deaf and dtinib tlii finger alphabet For four days the jaws of the pd dent were set tightly but at the end 6f that time they relaxed and the phy sician was able to admInister liquid nourishment and medicine From then on her Improvement was more markedThe stupor was succeeded by a sleek of a more natural kind and on the morning of the eighth day she awoke in her usual health and arose as though she had Just finished a refresh ing sleep of a few hours duration There has been no recurrence of the strange condition and physicians are of the opinion that Miss Harrington- will not be troubled again She has no recollection of the eight days slum ber TO TUNNEL THE CAUCASUS ThirtyTwoMils Bore Will Cost the Czar 150000000 If He Attempts It Bt PetersburgThe first project laid before the czar after the close of the war was a gigantic scheme for build ing a tunnel through the Caucasus uU obi the present military Gregorian road running front Vladikavkaz td Tlflis This will be the biggest thing ot its kind ever attempted and the costliest The total length of the tnri riel will be 32 miles one section ot and another of 18 miles 114The mountain will be entered Just sight of the peak of Kazbek to according to legend Prome theus was chained Within sight of Rionfup the Argonautssailed In Quest of the golden fleece Prince Kailhoff Rus san minister of ways and communl cations la warmly advocating the project which Is regarded as certain dthe assent of the crown already having given The tunnel will cost 150000000 lineyare sefble to move troops from St Petersburg to the Persian frontier in seven days Prince KaUkoff has opened nee gotiations vita a group of Swiss banks for financing the work rtr Beat QtnxiVMtiJaH 10D8 Apply to W D 0It44tiui aevi 2t I n Consumption iThere is no specific for consumption Fresh air exercise nourishing foodand Scotts will come near t r iff if there is anything to buildon Mil people throughout the goodhealth q From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver oil for consumption Of course the patient coupnot take t in its old hence it divery little good They CM takf SCOTTSEMULSiON and tolerate it for a long time There is no oilnot easilydigested system as cod liver oil in the form of Scotts Emulsion and that is the reason it is so helpful in consumption where its use must be continuous q We will send you a sample free KIJ Be jure that tM picture in the form of x Is the wrap per of Acrf ioftl of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne- Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York joe and ij art Amu Uu Mrs M F Arbuckles Hi P H eke are still the best Pullets all eoliioO cockerels at from 100 to 500each Address Silver Creek Kentucky oil 4t Phone 34 Kitksvill rtorMi Trip at ifflall Cost Dan M Bowinar editOf of rue Sun Versailles will conduct a ten days Florida tour leaving Lousville and Cincinnati via Southern aiulQ AC l4thJackeonvilleStBeach Miami and trip up St Johns tendayVersaillesKyLost Saturday between Million and Richmond a walking cane ijitli deer horn handle Liberal rewardwill paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Kv SCHLOSS BRO ScJDBALTIMORE r ii Doublebreasted SUiTStFor says Dame Fashion Right again as usualand right here Ire the suits snappy in their stylish smartness We cant bgin to show their unusual look of neatness and distinction inaroughsketch like thisyou will get a t better idea from a mere glance in our window the next time you pass Slip theyflfSCHLOSS Everything else thats smart for Fall here Suits and Over coats 10 to 25 Our Cloak atQ 5c Parlors are filled up with beautiful new Cloaks and Skirts for lanes misses and children We ac showIng the prettiest Cloaks for ladies The newest things in Cloaks and Wraps sor children The most uptodate Skirts ever shown in the city Our styles are the newest Our qualities the best Our prices the lowest Try us on ladies and mens fine shoes Our La rrancc shoe tar ladies suits every lady that wears it uptodatefootwear qualitiesWeht us shoe them up this fall and we will ssvo jou a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all merchandise before you purchase this fall We can save you money on every article you hnv We sell ev rything We buy in large quantities for eaQhand undersell nil competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and tee how much lower we are than others We are agents for the col brated HAWES HATS for men If you dont wear a Hawes Hat you dont get the best for your money Try one W D Oldham eo Richmond Kentucky Tire National Daily Review and The Climax Both One Year1I5o 1IZ4 IJ I Ti I II 4J r1TOmliI 1u1i1 Ir MTTTIll UfUlTMfjlUc- lI i11VI l lIP Entire Stock of Goods m Must be Sold by January J strREBARULESSDCDST I i i9 I iII- AdI 1111111 1- 1JuJ I II1Nu- L r a I I r S Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLANTON I GO Mand Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 4 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WKDNISnAY BY ThQ Climax Printing Go Inoorporated A D MILLER Edltor Mnag Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IX ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Prednct and City Offices 5 00 For County Offices III For State and District Offices 15 00 ForGalls KorCtrds prIne1eFor all publications in the interest of 4IctdnaIor expression of Individ ualvlevm per line Jo Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY NOV 8 190t DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative RW MILLER For unty Judge JNRTURPIN For County Attorney a H CROOKE For Sheriff- P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jail r BUCK JOHNSON BOYD For P ssessorIFor Supt JOHN NOLAND For Coroner HOBT L BIGGERSTAFF MayorClarence E Woods Chief of Police J H Allnian- Cotincilmen W S OliUiam Ricth- tesMcteeT T C viii2ton G W Ga J A Mershon Jennings Maupin Police Judge Jennings Greenleaf City AttorneyT H Collins Magistrate James Dykes Constable L M Scriwner- ANNOUNCEMEN r We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate from Million Magistral District sub ject to action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Mr Frank Tussey a candidate for Consta ble to succeed himself in Klrksville Magisterial District subject to actionI of Democratic party To vote the Dfmnrrai ir Uclfit from top to bottom phico the stencil in the circle under the rooster and the duty will have been accomplished Snow your fidelity pnd vote for the Democratic nominees A VOTE for the bond issue to build a new city hall is a step forward 4Qw5ougoToioitnow be election day Tbe Democratic party calls upon the faithful to record their fealty as In days gone by The fervor and the test of faith of the party is to be ready and attentive under all circumstances to the tasks und requirements of party duty In 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 addition to their party loyalty they possess many other qualifications which commend all of them to every voter of every persuasion The fact that onr enemy the Republicans ap appear to be a hopelessly disorganized mass in our county should not zual us any 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 Ayers ereWhat are your friends saying I about you That your grayI I hair makes you look And yet you are not forty Postpone this looking old Hair Vigor Use Ayers HAir Vigor and restore to your gray hair nil the deep dark rich color of early life Then be satisfied hair Vigor restored the natura 00color to greatJr IejCd itTsatiyoueialnitorit lssEJVaDeOAn Y 5100 bottlelAll drumfor t SniimmiiSlf Dark Hair= TIlE November election is upon us Tomorrow will mats the crises in litical affairs In Madison county for the next four years The races that are attracting the greatest attention and in which the Democratic nominees have opposition are those of sheriff jailer and surveyor Cousin Pleas Broaddus is the Democratic nominee for sheriff against Gco Todd Republican Uncle Duck Johnson for jailer against Leo Shearer and W Fi Powers for surveyor against S Par rish Especially in these races do we urge Democrats to do their duty election of a Republican sheriff f Madison county means a literal turning over all election management tc that party Such an election means that the Republicans will have a ma jority of the election commissloni irs In other words in each precinct in Madison county there will be alto publican sheriff of the election It is very easy to see what the result of suoh a sate of affairs would mean rdthe Democratic party Madion has nl ways been proud to be called a Democratic COuntyNow fellow Democrats shall that party flag which has wai elf all those years over old Madison be lowered in defeat Vote the Der ratio ticket and by so doing Democrats will still retain the man agoment of election affaire In this CoUnty1tEMEM1tERIemocrats that if a Republican sheriff is elected old Mad ison this grand old Democratic coun ty will have to turn over her electi Uepublieog npowerA Republican sheriff will appoint Republican sheriffs in every precinctI In flthembe decided at tho polls Prevent such- a state of affairs by voting tmstraightI Democratic tiokcLa=TODAY will be fired the last gun in the races between the Democrats a r Republicans for the oflices of shei II and jailer of Madison county that remains to insure a sweeping victory 8ne that will forever dismay the Republicans in Mstiison is for every Democrat in the county to the polls tomorrow and tamp in the circle under the rooster TUE Democrat who fails to go to the tomorrow and vote the tict t listraightany Democrat in Madison county want a record of that sort ISTAXl in the circle under the roos ter tomorrow and you will have rendered ei yourcounty valuable dutyw THE Democratic tiket for city and county offices is all right Vote it straight ItlOORewardjOO mpleedone dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure now known the medical fraternity Catarrh beln a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Iyuponthefoundationthe patient strength by building up TdoingPOWPI1c lilistgiAddressFJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sld by Drugizlsts 75u Take Halls Family Pills for consti pationp Iii We Want You to Feel that when you are buying furniture or any thing else from us that you are getting the best possible value for anylineour standard in every way Therefore if through any fault or oversight of ours goods bought of us go wrong we wants to know it and make it right in Our fall line of House Furnishing Goods is tho hand yoursetom Ti i Ir TUg full strength of the Democratic vote is polled in the election to chdoubtbehooves every Democrat Ihetefore to bibecast his own ballot and he must assist in getting qthers to follow his good toexample PrArLtomorrow in tho county clection will 5bo to march np and plate thefcrosS mask under the rooster This votes the entire ticket from tup to bottom VOTE the straight Democratic loT the bond issue to build tiSwcity hall and for a retath to the open ballot LET every Democrat In the city and county do his duty tomorrow and the fight will be won by a handsome ma ority SAY follow your consclence tomorrow and when you raise your stencil ell it Will naturally fall under the rooster RE31E BElt that W F Powers Is the Democratic nominee for county sur veyor Put your Xunder the rcosler and lethlm do thu eeratchlnfTll lloosur will crow loud an ong tomorrow PERSONA lion K W Miller was in Lebanon last week Mrs Robert Riddell ot Irvine wa 0In the city last week Mrs M C Kelogg has btitin Visit in relatives in LesingtJoh Harvey the little Son bt Mrs J Wf Smith is ill with scirlet fever Mr and Mrs IX H Breck arc at home from a visit to Maysville Mrs M C Kellogg will entertain the Cccilian Cluo Wednesday aftcr noon Mr R L Gentry spent several days last week with relatives in Estill countynheDr May Phelps of Versailles spent thisorc daughterMusette Louisville Mrs Julian Van Winkle has re turned from a Visit to Danvillo anti Lexington Miss Van tireenleaf has returned from a visit to Miss France Kaufman in Lancaster- to Mr John Rupard formerly of this city but lately of Florida is mingling with old friends hete sMr W L iJybro came up last Week ront Somerset to tegister He will e on hand tomorrow to Vote 0Mr and MiS W S Williams have toIeWashingtonityhis mother Mrs C ti Smith Mrs JamOs B McCreary has beer visiting in She was a companied by Mrs Paul Lansing of Versailles daughteritsvisiting Mr and Mrs W W Park ear town This office is in receipt of an IhVita ion to attend a Christian Science lecl ture to bo in Lexitgton on the hth by Kdwafd A of Chi Mrs Joe McDonad r turned Satur ay from Richmond lioro she spent week with Mr and M A D Col ins Mr Collins hvr brother is very ill Woodford SUn dOne ot the most SeaVtiinl of the lastIIMsttro Tri ble leceived in honor of elUnghamWashington mostodecorated the color echemb green and white Chrysatitheniiim- sere used in prorusion and the green and white Idea was carried out In the cakes ices and bohbons The bril aseous monds maids and matrons about one hundred guests responding to invitations The was elegant In its appointments and was thoroughly ijoyId It was a most beautiful to the guest of honor ho before her marriage was Miss Mary Bennett of city STOCK RETORT Mr M C CoviiiRton sold to J W alea 75 head ol 1400 lb cattle at 440 Mr JW Bales sold his fine chestnut are Lycurgus to New York partff r 75U J W Bales buught of N B Deal Ugalsojjjat U i5 ClimaxJ of the Climax lor a fiCpoiind pumpkin pulled from a patch on his place on the ates Creek pike where there are mOre just like It Mr Park is a big man a bighearted man too but when came up the steps bugging that ant pumpkin the combination looked ke BanurnV famous Jumbo growlarjerm L DEATMis Mrs Betsy Dozier died last Tuesday ilit at her home near looxtown of pariivsis Deceased was about 73 ywira old Her inttnnent took place in Nicholasville Ollie the six year old daugher of Mr and Mrs Frank Seifred died Sunday morning of membraneous croup Hor parents have the deep sympathy ol all in their bereavementfEditor James Sowers of the Valley View Argent and his wife have theI deep sympathy of their friends In the death of their sn Beverly Broaddus I Sowers which occurred Wednesday of last week Deceased who was 15 years old hall been affected for a year or more with a dropsical affection but hisSentil was sudden and unexpected the 1 coming while he was sitting u chair He was a bright youth awith many friends and his early and S untimely death U a severe Mow to his V parents May God in life Infinite1- ercy 5 heal their wounded and help theta to say Thy will not ours bt f I done I I WOIWuld a Jr ACHeSince Rev J AddIson Smith the new pastor ol the First PresbyteriattL urch nirtved edule of services has been Arranged for that congregation Instead of hav g Sunday School in thfc morning be re that Service has been changed to three oclock in thq alter noon It is Dr Smiths earnest desire institute a general bible study and pes that not only members of the esb3tei n chinch but those of the 8tl blYeach Sunday morning Sunday School and bible stUd in the afternoon from uljthtTheWill be held pn Wednesday afternoonS at1lOcIocknateadOf Public Sale Having purchased a Tarm in Boyle Decembertfoes without reserve or by bid on ThtsJij 1ITJ 19Q g at 10 oclock a m the following property 52 70JOO Asrcs of land located on the Barnes Mill pike Onehalf mile west of Richmond with good twojstory dwelling containing 8 roomswith forca pump and sink ir hOllsefille emailaequipped for dairy purpose Several bUJtlrflumillseveral stoves and other articles too numerous to mention About 1000 or t 1 clovbrjialancimoliy rels of corn 15 acres Rood fodder 7 rhocks sbgar cane This land is all in UUIrIl81 except 10 acres which Is sowed in rye and with wood stand of Alfalfa on part of place This Is one of the most productive farms In Madison county and is well fonced and well watered Terms ensynnd made known on day of sale Possession at once At same time and place wilt otTer for sale about 35 Acres of Land beloriliLriMidisonand goodorchiard nn the premise ever failing rig and under god uMillH M Hrndon Long Tom Chenault AuctiOnepr fWEIt QtlE 1 Another N son redat tne houlo of Mr and Mrs Virgil BanghuiHn lie hasbjpen chjistened Jo inAllman Serf Optratfo- aJ6hn Harris Thorpe tire bright four yjrpKtsotrt John H Thorpe crerk- in State Insurance Commissioner fltJ1ltts oJce at rnkort w teitalIac6 to tie Operated on for a fcrfous t therformedxpltii of this city arid was entirely successful It is the opinion of the attending physician that the lillle tstitv ferer will bqnble to Igave the hospital Saturday The chfldjwas accouirtanied by its lat ler are aunt Mrs M W Millerdf VacQf till latter remaining roJutpbqmlreft PtlB UTe SALE b- Ya1nabe F City Irope1y r 1 Tne following property consisting of the City Hall Livery Stable or Vprk House and building lot will bedfTdrfcl fer sale publicly on the premises at the hour of oclock p Ui on b urbltJOv n r f9 jFIR TThe City Hall property fronting on Main Street fortyfivefeet four and onehalf inches 45H4J Inches more or less and running back tn par eightyfeetstable of GT Samuels Co andi the Second Presbyterian Church On JJiis lot is a twostory brick building now occupied by the CitV court and the the department For more ac urate de scription see deed book 82 page 17 SECONDThe two story livery sta ble or workhonse fronting on Irvine street forlyfour ami threle tenths feet 44 S 10 feet mOle Or less nod ertentf iiiK back onb hundredand iflftyand lourtenths feet 150 4 10 feet or less to a pont on the line ottheSe ond Presbyterian Church For further description see deed hook 4pnJr STO L I of Every match prices A of 13 less than Big line all new cost 750 10 1250 and 20 sell 5 AH the and most makes Skirts sell t and 350 following 91 thejaci it lot is given indeed book pagej 647 toAcertain lot ol ground in the city of RVj and is situated bit ehalt Irvine and East Main Sta- nd1a bounded as follows Beginning SecondTTon east libo the city ball ropert- yk4c1tSl tllt flP 01 buy ball prop ity fiftyeight 5ofeefto Mary Bnrnjrns corner with her line eastward sixty feet to the ine of Hisle Gott with their line southward fitly nine and pnehiUf 6h feet tothe northeaflt 01 the ajorr Bard ciurcn lot on line of Hisle Gott with line of said church lot sixty and onehalf Ion feet tothe beginning The City Hall property Will first sold then the livery stable and Vacant lot the property will then be ottered as a the bid the mock money to constitute a sate TkRMS nehalt of purchase ptifiii due and payable in months from day of sale the In twelve months each to bear six per eEnt in tefesl a ndte with good security will ha required with a lien retained on said property for tho purchase money This property it among the most de girable for business purposes to be rfound in Richmond situated as it is In the heart of cIte business section ol the city For further or Information delion or address the under signed committeeW ARNOLD I J W BALES I Horn A D MILLER x IIII Ct t tA Winter Seasons Richness j t PdtSelect and Modish Styles Only IJ Shawl JJd11l1skothski V Sable di XpiikSparfs Jap alsotnsobe Coats in Persian Limb and Ji various tMuffs To Match r Coats for Motoring Gar T i rtage Goats jEvening Coats tj r 0 nI He EmbrycoOutfitters to 141 Naih 1 d4 d L 2 1ryij F7 1 f I ffi 7F II ij p 4 iro t y F1 c 71 I 1ffi t Iia M 1 t r 1of the bet Merchandise at I Prices Never Before Equaled Ii I any store In Central Kentucky L Two Big Stores eVerknownmencing f J Monday October 16th 1905 moneyTForeign and Domestic Dress Goods a great onesCravenette Cloths Plaids Henriettas Albatro Mohairs etc we will sell at 13 to 12 less than regular a large assortment of Silks most every known at 13 less than regular pricey Black Taffeta 36 inches widet guaranteed to wear will sell at Jper which is less than it cost at wholesale Linens Description Table Linens and Napkins to beatuifcrt qualities at strictly wholesale big assortment Towels at regular price Ladies Raincoats latest styles and shapes 15 will at 750l0andI5 CorsetsSleading popular at 12 regular price Women regular price7 and 8will3 TI11The descriptloU Richmond Preshiy1terlan northwest southeast corner westward bB prodUcing six remainder particulars d a Natural Squirrel French Mink other furs Furlined Coats Women feast tr- eLexington Kentucky 71 I by many new price weave 150 Silk fully yard bSeveraI hundred yards oinew Outings II Flannellettes at wholesale prices 7 12c per yard A large line of womens J2regularthebeginningthing Great Bargains I in Millinery It In fact we have so maw goods we cant enumerate them All goods in both stores will be sacrificed regardless of cost All we ask of you is to come in and let us demonstrate the above The tock must be closed out by January ht6as I leave then for New York to live i B W TURNERCorner Main and Second StreetsIE RICHMOND KY I il Il DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS ca aHt A n r Enorm00sloY Heavy Business Cp TME past six weeks record here has eclipsed all 1hk1o s lt1flct tlle ms ness ras so mlkIi gieltr tln WethticIpaletl that it hearly depleted the th gnificent stock vre opened the season yer went to New York tWo weeks ago o- rep1ei1isi tile line dth lat e jiilrbhaSes uifc just anythingfeatures dre eilibo heie there that er them mor aUhiqtiVe The Ioi wing items of this recent rcliase wUl lie ntrillir exhibited TnttlhlMnW and melit jour1niiestlgalithl TaIlored Suits pletsingiblack gray mixtures etc in extremely long coats eons and blonses bought within the last two weeks and right up to the minute in style Prices 1000 to 6000 New Waists This depaitpient contains sotiie of the choicest wHists ever created ndvelty garments in white black and v Shades made bf chiffon taffetii lace crepe hthiieand het r rjr A xVondeiful line or fine taffeta t Vaists fchsifc 4 vont Mlly woiti sU Blade hite- andal1oUierhi4eu r 4 Cloth Coats A new lot OS haudsome new broadcloth light weight kersey and fancy mixture materials In the very newest lleaa Also a bigas sortment of rain coats Coat time is now here and the early comers wi find a lection of unusual elegance A wonderful line 0 childrens coats a- tSto6 KAUFMAN STRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky ALBERT The Florist is having a gorgeOus display of dERYSANTHEMtJMS lie cordially invites the public out to see them His green- hoUses on West Main street never looked prettier Albert is an expert and it is Worth your while to Visit his establish ment TELEPHONE 188 Poor Honse Notice Notice is hereby given that the under signed committee will receive sealed bids for the Poor House and foor House Farm for the year l90C and for the maintenance and tare at so much per week of paUper pnttents at the Poor House lor thu year 1000 The rent ot the Poor House and Poor House Farm will be payable quarter ly and tire agred price of the board for patients per week will be paid quarterly How much are you willing to pay for the Poor House and Poor House Farm and at what price are You willing to take the pauper patients at said Poor House per week For information concerning the lot of laud to go in corn antI the matter in which the farm is to be cultivated call on the Ctiunty Judge Bids should be sealed and sent to the chairman of this committee and all bids will be closed on the 15th day of Novembe 1905 at 12 oclock noon and the privilege Is reservedof rejecting any and all bids The successful bid Iter will be required to give to Madison county n good and sufficient bond to be approved by said committee Signed JUSTICE DYKBJ Chm 111 BnouaiiTqx 2toLLINs COY Internal Revenue The collection of the local internal revenue office for the Eighth District Kentucky for the month of October show a big gain over Jast monthand the corresponding one last year In fact It is the largest during the fear excepting one month The following ars the collections List Jl 02606 fleer 1250 Spit its 239763 22 Cigars S10872 Case 614 Tobacco 13272 Specials 72U 07 Total 824303029 This shows an increase of 3991776 over the previous month and an in crease over the corrpsponding month smalldistilleries otanyHZcounty and Paxton Bros of Gilberts thebigand guagera are off duty Land Std Auctioneer Chenault Old for Com orlandnparthethe Terrill heirs Tire purchasers were pricebeiRUJ tL b il f Mt 7 l You have read about o- urCOAL intIresayagailiStraight Creek Coal is the best to buy for every reason sourtryingsatisfied to let you do the talking after wards SALTPLASTER Lotchcr ana Witt Office DepotTelephone 4 RESULTSIC07SECT TRUSS i- ljOtDS Satisfaction guarantee For sale by by PERRY THOIAS 4 Ordinance Be It ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that the Street Commissioner be empowered with the authorrty and imposed with the dniif s ef deputy policeman and that his sal ary btt sixty dollars p r month n R Tevis Mayor jr W HI White Clerk Sit t f p Lt i FOR SALE s t Grass Farms and 200BItte Town Property cThe M iohon m mA igWBJ 1 RICHMOND KY or Rue Curry Harrod burg Ky No 700A fine dairy farm of 53 acres t out side city limits Richmond Kv New eight inntid double story trarae dwelling with bsement and water works larget stock barn new 64x100portion ranged especially for dairy Well wnteied and fenced all In grass a fine 1oc ton Price and terms reas unable j No 70177 acres fine blue grass land two and onehlf miles from Richmond on one of the beet pikes In c the county dwelling of tire rooms large stock barn snendidly watered good neighborhood and iq certainly or cheap at the price 7650 ppr acre foot No 702120 acres of firstelan land two miles from Richmond nil In grass is verv productive and adopted to the growth of any of tho cpfpiils common to this oOltntv Well watered and fenced The inlprove rnnts consist ofa handsomn frame residence of ten rooms In splendid repair all necessary outbuildings a large stock barn almost new This is H fine place well Impov d and e equipped and just the right distance from town and No 703117 ncrps on good pike thre fourth mile from town land has been in blue grass for yparsbAI and is adopted ti tim gruvthif hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cot tflge house with bath good cellar all other necessary outbuildings Tbs onn is located just right and I o sure to please iou No 704105 acres land all in blue grass finn sod onehalf mile from Richmond smill residence of four a rorns good stock barn is wellwa tered and fenced and will be sold worth the moneyinyw Jfo 7fl5lth sOres two anti one b half miles n nton one of tjift most pikes leading into Richmond Residence is a tenroom frnc modI orn in construction and has all need od conveniences AM smaller out buildings and two good stock barns one tenant house Fencing is in per fedt repair good garden plenty of fpiit and shade This is consid ered one of the prettiest homes in the o iity and is chinp at the priced asked No 7fl6200 acres about one and cmhalf miles west of Richmond on an good pike all in blue grass except a garden eooll orchard residence of six rooms anolfll1 necessirv onthnlldI ines A part of this land is virgin hid soil nnd most oil will produce hemp or tohaero Ths is a rare opportuni tv to get n finn frm as this kind Is seldom offered for sil Terms earo No 707uS acres tobacco land one mile from paint Lick ICr one n thrd in gras4 balance cr ptwo ten ant houses three hams under goodi fenee never failing water pric per nore Terms easv and possession n to snU piirohHser- NO 708 257 ner s land on pike ten mlo from Richmond Good ten nom tohafon barn f trk barns two eareifains giving wsWino with Th farm is mo t1v in grass well fcni1 ant tinl watered price 5Ipr were Sn 709 75 nores tino land at KSfVsvUl Kv dived into fourt fifH in wt r in everv field part of the in hll grnss balance in- niltktiflfl Thldland will grow to btpth Pnr or wheat fine ir o ni ibt4 nil good schools and eitiih II villHge f Ki kv lip- R4i1 i iff own 1m siF1 wilht ln x mU N 71f1 ifs1cre4 hunt onehaf fr 0t limit all in lrnAI vlIvtreI hv o nds irx brooks feoro1 sixro m dw tin nV It i rhii de Hd t H y tir IIIJ II tn per ncr T 71 284 BTH uh nt two mill frJM R hmiii wrh clgnnt to rom qtp e tbi09 aud stock biv l1 U pd and wood fenin psun given January 1st 1906I Pric t 5500 Eayierm4 No11 256 rs nl ill gr hm o oNiof rTplU 8 mils from Rich Th fern l earlv nil In gra and is well equipped in everv dcii Hns an IXBHeni frame house of r mol ItIl1 hnrn s a d out hnilII ttck oshi plenty oi war r f 11 tf lipl s atm IIris a line producer aniwill paywell on roo Mi r niiiii Kiy pi inents 8 Slfti res sendld buial 7i mtH nitbof ichmond in one of nf Iii son r IInihi t see OilS tyanI on a good pile A splendid resdonce of night rooms in good repair two barns splendid young or chard well watered fenced A nice home and a gou mrni Pr is 90 per acre In iiitiinimprved714100 acres in grass 8 mils rum twn TM firm is very fertile ami a mon v maker Puce r asonable and will be sold on ong tim- eTown Property S lloo Twi and om liiiif fll i8 wIth elegant bri k residence of tin Trodms hash and ctlUr go d com iniidln Slit bl poultry IIOUSH and i other outbuilding garden and sonm fruit incite on 6Nj of be t iesldence street i Richmond prii- 45oo Terms literal No llol Nice twutsr sixr m resld noe on a good street ne r co tar of the city lot 45x2oo feet good Mable anU garden residence Is In firstclass condition and Is a ver deMrable home and cheap at 2ooo t yo Ilo2 Twostory brik reI Tdenco of ten rooms on Weft Main SgtrWt kitchen han bathroom and biaernent front and slile perche4- miital roof and Is nicely Iinlf1hrt in aill Of its departments lot it 9ox4oo gArden Ll and dtherr good jtputh1Uldings Will seUn eisy term utradu farm Jnsppctloiii Ie few oppoptnnltles to get feind Nt1103One nero lot with good sixroom house orchard stable and other outbuilding good garden In Kirksville Ky A business and has excellent schools and vchurches A good farm can be sold r counnectioa with his property Harfodsburg Jl8 Scres of land and a 10 ronmbrfrk bargnlnWaterNomcnttae and 4 acres near townoperly framede1llnllDanTill pike one mile from town Price low No 45 A ltri U roAn dwelling black smllhfInd wood f hop on Main and Lexington treet onrInsttoution IhlateIrt room wilnnH wl h bath cetlif salalt tnriWillfront with ItrdllnK ofnll11nchhllrllattonw1I atir hy t110nlnir treams sn4 S tritNoim MOAir t nr bnvllle tike larjreWJ1pYTarrodbnpguggy hnu e crib nail dlarr Terms easy annodwatcld ImnmvontbujIdng Inllnnand outbuildings Price 75 per ncre o li 6 nr Vo 1n n nlr t lti4lS are Mil fPa 1nlwll1 fenced outbuildings mlleautoaKT 39 ncreq An Salt rr nrnut outbulldln2flabullduire milfmr mom dwlInll n 4 roam tenn t lien iiiIvIinnNo 211 qer 21mil o fm anvn inmv hatnew dwolltne and SIoDoth tillfqree rIllJ 9 hns nh han wellwtrN2I Siaer of hemn end tahqera anctOodmiloutnronIn11InontbnlMIniti Price low nnlvIIwsterpIllroomleUlnRVo 252 iVi an ef lIt cia Suit rir iir well rlll brlnrhxnn or ob c oR ImproveTnl fromOvlom dwelling barn etc Price IWJiO NoM iMSCreannRilt rIlImlle nut delllnlltpileImIvemntNo 27S 650 acres 5 miles from to1m rnvtnentiN ivrn well Imnroved 7 room welling stock and tolmcco burd etc No 277 S6 nnlmnroved land well fened No 278 100 ac es with good lnprpvemeni seD Jn vm lir cr tailaiit land and IMIn good condition tasacre VV PSI pares of lIt Hl tnt fhr f yfn ni vlle tini In tine ste of lllvlln IIrvH with 10 room house bnl nfhnlldinCT- N ri o lendldla d on nllre antnm mnn twllli and itbnltdjng qforV hsn nd tw lire tobacco hrns No fl7 vs ce on rtVe 1rgQ brick Iwelllnq and All ne14 i r rorements- Vo scas on pike lsnl ferlem fne dwellinc Itln nnd all onthnil- de dnlrr blacksmith shop 441 apn nVe mU tsitlan- dedtly well fenwd end wad t room fuelling tenant hone barn outbuildings No En 37 acreJi mail two room dwelllnr r asre Vows fl0 cares of hem lund 3 miles of n e on Ptanfnrd pli modern room Iwellne burn ndonthnildlne PHcr low NO 2S asre 2 mIle of Tjin snter on Meiilv Improved with IsrSe two story welMnr etc Vo 207 22 sere In Hurodsbnrg with non dwelling Vo 4nn of Hoifom nnd timber not Mnrh of thh unit Hottnm land nn1 w n ininitvIwjh3 dwellings barn ind ouHmtlkincs Vo 1U lticre good tonweco land In ti nf of enUlvaton coed nHne and- all 8tln orv jn rw ni dwelling two end OUlhllllo1lnJrO Price S721- 4 nreswIIKR nm cottage and iqrfl In town limits Price unfl No tat m ae of llret clas 1and4U 1out on god nlkeflne location flveroom Iwelllng bun eti4 well fenced and watered No 305 2 acres and good 8 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency fmrx blilg Richmond Ky Rue k fnrrv HnrrodBbiug Ky HE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN TIlE WORLD cca At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands a RoWe THE LIVER QUA1lANTJNI Pft 6P TAEISfO ntS MEALS OUT eating has ruined many a stomach The digestiohdestroying pro cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But itis a short time until the liver balks this digestive organs give wayand almost countless the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe entire system It locks germs and poisons and affords them full inviting some serious illness tIn families where AugustFIOWerlS used siknowntions No wellregulated family shot I ttTwoieeFor p a J 0 D M OHENADLT 11RICHMONDOffice on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUN3ELLOBS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OOce in John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drug store i5w TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed 16 RICHMOND KY Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon lIoure81IO to II a m 2 to p m Office with Dr Bales over Rice Am Res Tele RICUMONf fey qoN MILLER ATTOBKHTATLAW- BlCHMOND KxjfTCOKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to anners National Bank febSly stiiivAN JA ATTOBNIYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op oosite Court House on Main Street A R Burnam A R Bnrnam Jr A R BURNAM SONA- TTOKNEYSATIAW etA It Uurnnms former office Main tt- 1EICIISIOXI KV u LEWIS B HERRINGTONLA- WYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist tlobson Building PHONE IlUCIUIOND KEKFUCKY Absolutely Prevents BLOOD POISONING There isa new product manufactured ParncamphFirstproven an absoluteSreentie of bloot poisoning rote receiving any kind of wound Psira is a combination of rare cooling soothing balmy oils and camphor one owing to its remarkable relieving and healing powers is highly endorsed by the medical profession hospitals and by all public institutions where a great many people are employed Paracamph conttains neither opium morphine cocaine Hence it is a safe clean pure remedy which should be kept in every household to be used in case of emergen ies Mothers will find it far superior to witch hazel arnica vaseline old salves 01 liniments because when applied it gO straight to the interior cells soothing thttaches and pains nourshing the oiljitcj the muscles drawing out the fcvcrI mdinflammation by inducing perspira lion It is the most perfect externa application that has been offered to the the discoverer is to be congratulated for bestowing upon the Amer can people such a useful and meritoriou product We learn from many source that Paracamph is unequaled for the cure of Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings andI The manufacturers guar antee every bottle to give satisfaction so no chances are taken by trying Pam camph It is sold only in 25c 50c and llOO bottles by all good druggists or sent direct upon receipt of price tured by The Paracamph Company of Louisville Ky a corporation FOR SJLE BY Perry and Thomas vM Blanton Z DENTIST Office in Bennett Building only TELEPHONE 1W PUBLIC NOTICE At a meetmir of the City Council ld in thp Hall in liirlniniul Ivv on fondMv Ssptnihar 211105 WHO ordered by the Council that WiiEnKAS it is deemed i eceetary to uur an indehteJnPR of Fifteen Thoue HM Dtlars the payment iii which can ot lip rustle witliont pxeetlirt the In me and rovet ii for this year notice I eiven of an election hv the qimli IIM plfcorsof tle town to ilelnrmlhe vlictlrr such indebtedness bhall be t cirrid Tim amount of the proposed indeht Inpsn is Fifteen Tlmtmand Dollars rite purpose for whch it to hfl raised the frFrtion pod fittine up 01 a new iv 111111rrle aninup of money to itt raised each year is 0 ie Tfioimand- H llrB to ronpitnte a slnVimr fund lor lie payment of the principal and six i r rent interest additiouul upon the- rllpaIIIAht It is ordered that this notice he puh Ished for at Uast two weeks in sxine mwspaper of general circulation in Huhmonrt Kv that n poll lIP opened nl that a vote on the forccolncpropo iion hehad of the qualified electors f tite City at the next election iti N vmnli r 7ih 1505- UITNES my hind this the 26th day f September 1005 D U TEVI Mayor TTKST W H WHITB City Clerk LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP To Points in the West and Southwest October 3d and 17th Hotember 7th sad 21st December 5th and 10lh1905 ESSOURI PACIFICIRON MOUNTAIN SYSTEM Tickets bear liberal limit and stopover privileges affording an excellent to visit the territory that- jsowattract1ngtb0 particular atten Uon of the and For descriptive literature and further information address I H O TOWNSEND Q P and T A Si 1011181010 A A GiLLAonER D t A 410 Walnut Street Cncianatl OilJ =NEW YORK CLIPPERIS THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year5Single Copy I 0 CIs ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COyFREJFR- ANK QUEEN PUB CO IM PUDLISllERSIII KILLTHE COUCH am CURE THE LUNCS wuDr1KfflgsNew ryA IIFOR CONSUMPTION 1Free ds t and Quickest Cure rU tsT1ROAT and LUNG TSOUB e JJAcx 1e by B 0 atwktoi II SnilUNSINKABLE SHIPS NEXT li at the Naval Awideray Shows Row Bulkheads MayBe Closed by Agency of Electricity TvAnnapoIl8A systemtor otelectrically blwashenavalacadcmy oUtlvespany of Cleveland O This Is one of asthe latest devices connected with ma tine engineering but already it has Ind been applied to 15 vessels of tie United men States navy and it Is being applied to moretengineerlug day quartenlotafbw sued PpllLIceaerfUny complete It has Just corn theplett dthe Installation of a model long arm itlant consisting of a sliding bulk head door a hatchway cover and the theappropriate controllers motors and emergency stations These were all operated In a smooth and satisfactory manner and the whole forms one of the most Interesting devices In tho whol building In cases or emergency the longarm system closes all the bulkhead dOors and hatchways in the ship from a cen jttstng and coal placS his hand on every door of hatch this cOnstrUctiont on construction by which the vessel is partitioned air into watertight cbm paftments By this prompt closlnfe the vessel is made practically unsinkabie thereIs volt closing of doors or hatches There the be orhatcheseither islde so that there will be no a danger of imprisoning some one in a compartment FIND STORMSWEPT CHILD antI Incident of the Galveston Hurricane Has n Joyful EndingIs Be turned Safe and Sound Galveston Tex Alexander Wright Who was less than TIonswept tom the arms of his mother and carried to sea by the flood that swept Over Galveston and vicinity has been found and restored to his parents Alex ander L Wright and wife of Leagues City this county The Wrights were living in 1900 at Virginia Point a small railroad settle inent across the bay from Galveston The hurricane swept the settlement out deepInundated his frbm shore From their home which was wrecked the Wrights were driven his a freight car which was destroyed ODD The child was torn from Its mother and carried to sea The parents mourned It as dead but the tidal wave ing after taking the Infant to sea brought it back and deposited It near Texas 25 miles away Here it was found morning after the catastrophe andtI nursed back to life The child was notto known and was sent to an asylum at Lullng A report of the childs story came toIU the ears of rhe Wrights who a few days ago found their long lost son adopted by a wealthy couple ten miles offrom Brownwood His foster parents agreed to give him up upon identification by birth marks FRIGHT IS BRAIN BLUSH So Declares British Physician at Trinity College in Describing Causes of Nervousness The London Stage fright or nervous ness may be described as an attack of brain blushing said Dr John Warn lecturing at the Trinity college music when he gave some otI hints on the cure of stage fright He explained that our actions either dominated by the higher nerve centers in the brain or the lower or re flex centers in the spinal cord Unlhteli ilgent repetition of a certain music for example would ultimately lead to its being performed automatical Iy when the action is governed by the lower nerve centers These impres tIe sions however are at the mercy of the emotions of the moment and the men tal anxiety caused by an appearance in public may wipe them out for the time beingThe remedy was to take care that the pupil or student never allowed him or herself to become an automaton The higher centers of the brain should never be Ignored when practicing and the mental concentration necessitated by this method prevented stage fright Deficient or impeded circulation also led to nervousness in public and tight necked gowns or collars were a direct Invitation to an attack of this charac ter i Germs Lurk in Girls Long Hair j That women should cut their hair short for hygienic reasons Is the ad vice of Andrew Carnegie who addressed the girl students at Dundee university The Iron master said how ever that he hoped they would retain their longhaired ways should they adopt a new style Bite of Woman Fatal A Berlin professor says the bite of a girl Is frequently fatal It has noted that the bite of a girl ClftenJ brings a box of chocolate creams to an early end L r He Escaped the Gallows Paducah Ky Nov LThe death sentence recently passed upon satEzell of Mayfleld at Unlontown Pa for the murder of William Porter will be commuted to a life sentence In 10the penitentiary and the Kentucky boy will escape the gallows SettlementDShelbyville Ky Nov 1 lby by County Colonization Co organized to secure a desirable class of foreigners to supplant colored labor has settled 25 Swiss on the 300 acre tract of land purchased a mile west of this place Death of Jefferson Harp Lexington Ky Nov 1 Jefferson Harp a widely known citizen of this MaysIHo was 78 years old and was horn and spent his life on the farm whore he died A Fatal Street Duel Catlettsburg Ky Nov IJacob Crother a wellknown man of tisIi community was shot to death In a street duel with Policeman John Tip ton here The policeman had struck Crothers dog with his mace The messenger boy rosy are hif failings but he is never In the sst set Ninetenths of the people of Persia are Moliametans The lush bogs isstatedrould since fifty inillin tons ni peat a YI for one thousand years It fan wise inrkey that knows to diet Beauty sadornedA endr turkey f tffvfe V r I Kentucky State News Items WILLARD BANK ROBBERY of the Alleged Cracksmen Ars Dangerously Wounded Rlverton Ky Nov 1Asa result the work of thp posse witch took the trail of the men who trjed to up and rob the WlKarJ bank wo the alleged cracksmtn are now dangerously wounded and the party la on the trail of the four p The wounded men gave their names G E Smith of Plum street Cin cinnati and J W Wood of Viacennos Smith Is wounded in the abdo and Wood in the breast Revolvers and Winchester titles were brought speedily into action when tho posse came upon the fugitives Tues afternoon and a lively battle en Two of the men fell to the ground the others succeeding in making their escape Tuesday mornings attempt to rob tho Willard bank was second in ten days The six med surprised bound and gagged the watchman but the explosions aanned town and the robbers were compelled to flee before getting any booty MINE OWNERS TO MEET = Practically Every Colliery In the State Will Be Represented Louisville Ky Nov 1 Operators v mine owners ot practically every mine in Kentucky will moot in city November 15 to take action the EschTbwnsend bill which will again bo considered by congress at Its coming session The object of tha s meeting which was called by Hywel p Davies of Knoxville Tenn wlH be Id fourpresent a petition to President Rooso and the Interstate commerce com roittee of congress declaring against measure A similar meeting will held In Knoxville on the day fol lowing the meeting in this city when like petition will be sdgned by Tlnnnessee operators Under the presen adjustment of rates Kentucky and tin Tennessee wInes compete successfully with Indiana Alabama Ponnsylvauia West Virginia coal fields Their owners say that the passage of She EschTownsend bill will restrict their market to Kentucky and Tennessee tike DIED IN A PEW MINUTES Jail Bullet Went Through the Body of Brantly Smith Praoville Ky Nov 1Anthony Broughton expoliceman of tills city 1tilew pistol and Broughton thinking he vvoa gung to draw a weapon drew bis re yolver and fired the ban penetrating body just below the ribs in the right side coming out directly above hips He was carried on a cot to tof the hotels near by vtoere he I died In a short time Smith and Broughton is said had been drink I Broughton after he had shot Smith went back into the restaurant I and gave himself up to Jailer Van Ye versoThe men had a difficulty some i ago Broughton who is a brother E H Broughton of this city and who Is circuit court oerk s aJso of this olty Broughton resigned his pos policeman a short time ago An Insurance Decision Frankfort Ky Nov IIn the case thp Masonic Life Insurance Co of Western New York vs Pollards guardian the court of appeals decided that where a perfectly sane man commits suicide the insurance company can not be forced to pay If the policy has the iLsual nntjsulclde clause in 1L IN AN OPEN SWITCH = Passenger Train Struck and Two People Were Injured Shelbyville Ky Nov 3Tho eastbound train of the Southern railway known as No9 ran into an open switch 200 yards east of the depot A gondola car loaded with pig Iron waSa truck W D Ligridge was Injured p about the limbs Others were also c more or less hurt The train was crowded Mayor on behalfQf nus the city offered assistance to the In j jured None were killed but the num her of Injured was quite large A lit a girl was carried to the Armstrong hotel and medical aid was called for her The engine was wrecked Hail the train been going at full speed the loss of life would probably have been frightful THE NEW RULE The Employes in Post Offices Can Be Dismissed For CausetLouisville Ky Nov 3 Postmaster Baker received from the postenaUer general a copy of the order recently adopted at a meeting of President Roosevelts cabinet which provides for the removal of government em poyes for cause even though they ar6 protected by civil service regulations The order Is Included In the official bulletin and Postmaster Baker construes this to mean that every postmaster in cities of tire first class may dismiss employes if their removal will Improve the postal service at FOUR MEN ARRESTED They Are Being Held as Suspected Bank Robbers s 11LouisdUo Ky Nov 3Tho polka arrested four men giving their names as William Clark Robert Moore Jas Martin and William Patterson and are holding them as suspected felons on the belief of the detectives that they are tho men who robbed a bank Rldgeville Ind several days ago The police have asked the sheriff at Rldgeville to send a man to identify suspects If To pqssIblcI Lexington Ky Nov aThe plan establish a university in this city the United Charities of AmericaI has met with the approval of zens of Lexington D F Southerland national president of the United Char itles of America has asked vrhat in cucezswts vius csty would offer FIRE AT GEORGETOWN A Number of Dressed Turkeys Wet 0 Ruined and Many Fowls Burned Georgetown Ky Nov 2A 111t that raged for an hour and a half itt the center of the city inflicted about 15000 damage It started in the sta ble of Trailer Abbott a twostory frame structure on West Ninth street number of horses were in the place and before they could be got out many were scorched and three had to beI shot City Engineer Joe Offutt severely cut on the arms white trying to get the horses out The fire spread i to the grocery of J C Moreland IhlIstock was almost entirely ly water iind in carrying it out The loss is 510 and that to the building the property owned by Warren Sinit ls700 A umber of dressed turkeys Irwere ruined and many live fowl bar The Carriage repair shop of r was damaged lQOO The arled building of Traitor fi Abbott i3f by JN Hunt clfA tnrfeejvbn your own table is worth in yogi uelbbots coop I a r d a I N StocklolderiTiuhilltv 150 00 C Hank Bhii- gI xie0000- Ca1i rind Ext 65t00 ou lotal itesoiict- gfj 5S0900 00 + Your husinesg Is az desired and we ilisp sed to grunt you svery consist Cat favor State Bank- TrustCo Rich uond Ky 4 l ql Louisville and- Nashville R R prppar d in quote you rates to A- nttiitpl throigh tickets ant checV tiugghgw tour slpppjng space dailvSpecialp Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets Sale fp m Time to Tim Through leeprs Free lii clining Chairs Elec Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP JonsuU our Local Ag nt who will phlIsnr in arranging all details on or address J W Hmilton Vjjent L N Richmond Ky VM ONEIL Ticket Seller Leggetts ChampionD- RY POWDER GUNS KILLS 11Potato Effectively Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical die tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in tho garden neW orchard or vineyard Endorsed by thousands of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fast as a man walks Descriptive circularand prices on appli good agent wanted for etCh County OCK SPECIAL LIST of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Bellows etc mall cd free Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phyre1eIrHenueelopmeLntmsLe lI ewortllll1n fiCuredWeu Prostration Slcepfcsinco uid other trouUeadcl eauslakeaFluall good for womea Booklet free guafnteePEFFER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S Fur wile by E C Wines Golden Flora announce to the publie that received the finest and most beautiful car load of rtljlrble olld- GrOQitB ever in Richmond Trade at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices fiolden Flora East Main Street STORK TIME to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought and sweet anticipation With the cessation necessary to childbirth there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERSFRIEND does diminish the pain accompanying maternity With its moth sean an- do bring healthy sweet dispositioned and ideal babies into the world Morning sickness sore breasts and ex cruciating pains caused the expanding are relieved by thu penetrating and relaxing liniment Among manifold to Mothers Friend has in hand gained a amongrich womcn as ve11 as ritis foundand t1 the mansion as well as in the cabin onfofmiaittandIs t the chilll arid instead ol peetshtlltemperctlalldslcklrformsyouhaehea1 intj a blessing ever to you and its country AU Drucuta IUlo1hera Iriend at zoa Write forourfre Boot M tbrhOG4 tK B8BflELD UTM It AHM04 U Ii 2u r1ri1a i Faded Pd per 1 CALIFIBRNIADo l f r where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and whereIanimal vitality is n ver lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more H varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division t of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm thatGwill assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of 1a bUgrow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemonsIolives 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 opportunityawait your coming ThlFJ Chicag Union Pacific and rthWteri line His 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 lineJthroughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep tember and October which give an unusual chance for settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expenseIDaily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the ChiagCNorthClWesternUniOnpacifiCand Southern Pacific Baiiways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY NW454 touinil1e t1ti Rii1rc a DAILY EX SUNDAYTR- AINS LEAVE RICHMOND f r VersalllesLawrenceburfr Shel i lIffl n byvllle Louisville Lexluton 13 m and Cincinnati m I orlrrlneund Beattjvllle m 30 am For I vine and lleattville 1205 pnw TRAINS ARKIVE RICHMOND From Liialavlllfl Lexington and ll65ara- rinrlnnatl ICr m prom Krattyvllie and Irvine 30 p m From HeattyTille and Irvine m 73ipm H It SMITH O F k P Versailles Kv R Wvlnnn t OflceOiyndon Hotel Riimon L N1 Time Tabo LviAr No 3 Cincinnati and Knox 1246 pm yule EiVes8 south hound UMpm No 2 Knoxvile 5 Cinnat l55pm Express north bound 210 pm No4KiOiTille Cinnat 405 am Express north bound 410 am No Knoxville OIunallIllMpm Express south No II Stanford and Mays 6O a m ville Accm north bound CI0 a m Mo Stanford and Slays 720pra ville Accm south bound 720 pus No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernon Accm south bound 915 a m No rynthlana and 94am Stanford exPo south riBOpm- S50 i m No M north bound 3gO DII Frdiorl S Ciisctei Kitaj The Midland Route IKAJ TIMB TA1ILE KY CI N PKALH R POINTS ro 1116II1L Frankfort Ajll E 3 i 2 47 p Qtorgttnwi- a ssj6 2i211 7 a A Paris 11 sw a 54vp 6111 2 nA Winchester Li924fil15 9 ssA Majrsville V a 45 ajl is- I M p 2111 Cynthluna Ij 21 7 20 s pv Richmond I 7 208 55 flCOplOSaA Clitlnnati L tittp QKO If HAmHtt 0 W HATS eras ai d Oen Snijt GPA The Right PIANOmeans Happy Home Pleasure for the children recreation for father and mother Hut in buying there is too much money involved to assume any risk Buy from us and youll save from 25 to 100 on a good Piano Easy payments if you wish O O 1 ibtcato 14Q158 Vest Main Street Lexington Kentucky OLD JflEWRISKV Hand nnwie Sour Mash IEver be pure rUIrA It is style mane No- BETTERI can be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnlshfd irlctly to Family 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5 IIjUls25C 5It bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop s Old Joe Distillery McBra3 er nov1yr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M K Enright First Street LyFarm For Sale Mv farm of 200 acres inEstill county on tint Kentucky Iiver 31 inileanort easUf Qdtleee Hill this conniy tIiot lionse on corner ot came Good neijjl borli6od good blue grats clover an corn form KlrStclafis orchstniL You rieverflIIn wnngsaullafftk Iwe lu the yard Apply Ito G fiiI rRiCh w dXi t f EVERYDAY From 1 SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 lOYI RATESTO Montana Edaho Washingtonr Oregon and British Columbia VIA THE CREATNORTHERN RY The Comforteble Wa y Excellent opportunities to make e homo of your own or to engage in any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES FrcSlPul TO Mittarapoio swill Fiom Duluth Hinsdale Mont 1800 2800 5Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena 7 Kalispell Whilefish and intermediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Wenatchee Wash Ferni- eR c Kootenai points Spokane and intermediate points 2250 3050 Seattle Everett and Puget Sound points 2500 3300 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES I CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US FREE We will send you absolutely free illustrated descriptive bulletin of Minnesota North Dakota Mont a or Washington Name the one want Gives you complete formation about the opportunities and resources of these sta rs For further information address Passenger Traffic Department Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J COSTELLO Genl Immigration Agent GenIIImlustrial Agent fe 220 S Clark St Chicago St Paul Minn s- r u Reduced Rates Coming OneWay Colonist Rates t- oCalifornia Washington Oregon Idahq Montana Wyoming Nevada Utah J J J LOWEST EVER MADE Tickets on Sale September I 5ro October 31 Complete your Plans Now Write for Illustrated Booklets and Folders GEO II UE I 11t GenassAgt II I1tG nREI I t Little flock Ark zI Cincinnati I l Turkeys Turkeys Turkey GUARANTEED POULTRY CURE If a man should look you straight in tho eye and say I can do so and so yon would probably wonder if ht could But if then and there in black and white prove that he could you would think that ho was right We will prove to you that ve have a remedy for Turkeys and Cfiiokena that we guarantee to wire Cholera Limbornock and Roup or your money backfor the askinji Save your Turkeys nOd Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy 7 Price 50 cents delivery charges prepaid i Farmers Commission Co 1 i Lexington Kentucky I JJJR K E Y S W I pT 1 i II U 0 h nT IEi 1Ij p P M 1f R t Opening of Fur Season I This will be the most important display of Fine PutS we have yet attempted in our famous establish msit Here every woman can find something to her OWl personal desire I IArtistic Furs exquisite color schemes We remodel andre IJ ne A call will convince you Ilj ttlM LowentlialFayette Phone 1162 Wholesale and Retail I I MANUFACTURING FURRIER 222 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky L J ItWAIT FOR White Gibsofls- jBIG OPENINGi All the latest styles in Ladies and Misses Cloaks Furs and Capes Uptodates ladies and misses wear of all kinds Dont forget Ltthe date October 21st rSee our line of Cravenette Rain Coat which we are now showing 4 White Gibson tYEOLDE RELIAFLE SHOP i VIY NAME IS RMAlvJm RII And W Buys P 84tC 0 ALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone andcall for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peo ple who sell De 3a eaMe i ltOa S Xo ac l ea9 1all guaranteed to give satis r promptdeh tv r aItD R Freeman Mer Phone 184 Yard Aspen av IMany a rich bachelor hasmadeapuor husband r tot Rent A cottage on High street recent occupied by Mrs Akere Call on or address Mrs Elizabeth rowe Buy you Seed Wheat from Letcher Witt uovl Estray Hop Two shoals one black and one red weight about 65 lbs came to my place a mouth ago and have since been cared lor by the undersigned Owner cnn have same by calling and paying charges H M SVYDER- o4 4t Edneyburg Ky tot Sale Six male hogs and six silts extra good Poland China wight about ICO pounds For further particulars call on or address- G J WHITE Sox uctlltt Richmond Ky Estray Estrayed from Foxtown about a week ago a weanling calf part Jersey Any information asto whereabouts of calf will be thankfully received It A HARRIS tf Cleveland Ky laaa 7r 4 I USE MARKSSTIXCINCINNATI BootsShoes Rn C ll6siWEar Beu Salesman EC SEE P M Pope rthe Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted u 1412 Try a rD Axlamon pleasurebutit may be made less by the use of an ax that is made right Try a Diamond Edge worth every cent it cofts zt Wilfc Baxter 4121 PaperPaints i I have rccured the agency for the Fr Bock Co of New i York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL i youtonot in the hands of every paste boy r in the country fBuy your paper from me aud get the best thats mad A d I W P Baxter- tEast Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Paper and Borders Cost Same Price 1 A T I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 8 1905 Attention Farmers I have received two carloads of thu atmadeot it will to a ofdvantagetf J T OY Ktrksville Ky LoTerrifiedYou well be terrified when bucyoutim of chronic dys peysla liver or bowel trouble These diseases s hagoIn time by the only bale and sure laxative medicine for dyspepsia that you can get Dr Caldwells Syrnp Papsin Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails The physician in China collects no fee but receives a percentage of the money paid to the apothecaiy Son Lost Mother sConturnption runs in our famll ofwiifootheaneryme from serious lung trouble His 1Reidmust not b niglected and how to Lecoughs100 guaraneced at R C Stocktons drugstore Trial bottle free jA Laplander will sometimes travel on skates one hundred and fifty miii in a day Science Pitted Against Disease Is a battle tjpiGed by that of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin agiinst all disorders liT stomach liver SprupPepsin thdiessescsmbined by a mastr at tte game nealth vicrDr W H Oaldweil after mauy years devoted to special inves tigation of this greai subject Its vii U derful success in the quick and per manent cure oinil these distressing muiseasesthe country sjnonymoiiswih health Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and 100 Money back if it fails A man will die for want of sleep about ten days and for want of air about five minutesseMans Unreasonableness is often as great as wQmans 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 trio Bitters My wife was then EO sick she c uld hardly Icace her bed Iand five 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectlycured and dlvton druggist price 60c An adulterer of food in Germany is liable to a term of imprisonment of six mouths and a fine of 1200 marts J Make Merry Eat and make lU but beware of J1stomachtroube hya dose of Dr Cal Iwella Syrup Pepsin after an extra heavy meal It helps to digest your food and quickly carries away all waste matter Sure cure for headache a nda laconstipationat flc and 100 Money back if It fails A great deal of silvery Uniliter is fil tered through a montlini nt gold tee II Dangerously III Do not by nrglect allow yourself avtovery easily do by nott ip ing the early bisymptomsin the bud There is uy one safe scientitic and certain curative treatment for all these disorders of the di gestive organs and that is Dr Cald Tryitand 100 Monty back if it fails Bood is much thicker than water when money is at the stake I Thank The Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little It ck Ark for the relief 1 got from Buck ufulwould neal and from which I had suffered for 5 vtars It is a marvel OilS healer for cuts burns ami wound Guaranteed at R C Stocktons drug torsj 25c The shadow of suspicion generally has something behind It A Disastrous Calamity It is a difistrois calamity when you lose your lnn th because indi sappditUr Kings New L Id Pill They buildup your dItIv organs and cure patioatons drug store 2esLiberty nieHba rc ponslbility nod re sponsibility tests thr man and the race A Card This is to certify that all druggists feyIfyour cough or cold It stops the cough and licalo the lungs Prove nts incipientcnsnmptlon is safest for children Ask for uponhavingthe lungs Sold by R C Stockton Alter some wives have had the last word they fit down and cry over it Favored Jjy Both Parties Republicans and Democrats alike praise Foleya Honey and Tar for lungdisealescompare with it It is safe and sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writes Folevs veerybaddmonthsto benefit me 1 can highly recom trend it for cougbs and colds Sold byll C Stockton The average man is to be seen every where except In a rcTor Counterfeiting the Genuine oJoyC Chicago originated llngrcmedy myndoley11iIlonestitute offered as otherpreparation ion will give the sttm iatisfactiori It is mildly lumUv Iontatns no opiateI and is safest lor children anti delicate person Sold by K C Stockton LSHINES LOUBETS BOOTS u Ian Prnclsco ootbIack with Strange Ambition Describes lirperlenc la French Capital ParlsFred iithe San Fran o bootblack known as the Frisco Scld blackened the presidential boots the Elysee in pursuance of his fanltic mission of shining all the state in the entire world Fred s he tried for weeks in vain all orthodox methods of obtaining entry to ubet Finally he says I made up my mind to rush it sheer in the face I kled on my kit and stormed the En at gate The guard didnt talk English but I held on till they just d to bring some one that did It was a colonel He laughed and said he would do his best Waited half an hour and every mothers son In the palace came out to grin at me But I held good Then an officer came and said President Loubet was in ahurry with the prince of But garla but that It I could do It quickly to come right along Tho president gave me a pleasant smile and scraped a bow and got tb rk It didnt take me long though rgave him a great shinethree coats polish and plenty of elbow work you know Loubet has a handsome t I want these people to treat me as seriously as I treat them I asked officer to get me a signed paper to ove that shined Loubet and heiIIt 1s red hopes to shine Prince Ferdi and Premier Uouvler and then KingLeopold FURNACE BACILLI LATEST Chicago Health Department Officials Makes Startling Discovery Which May Solve Problems Chicago The staphylococcus and Streptococcus have been discovered and the public is solemnly warned that its health is in grave danger from n abeseslble names They lurk in furnaces remaining in strict seclusion during e summer months and issue forth in lid phalanx when the registers are ofop vienedwith the helpless inhabitants distrib uU thnginfluenza and other irritating troubles The man of science who makes this rtentous announcement is Dr He an Spalding the chief medical exam jr berFor some time Dr Spalding has kept his faithful microscope trained on fur naces and all sorts of heating appar Inat thmwarded by the discovery of these dis UThesemicroscopes gather in the dark recesses of the furnaces until released by the opening of the registers when the mingle in the air of the houses and become responsible for the irritating coughs of the inhabitants and kindred diseases Before the registers ai ened the a ondgerms and foreign material in the pi ar tniro omsiGIVE AWAY SUNDAY EGGS Product of Sacrilegious Hens to Turned Over to iIIssionsThebPlan Is Popular Harrodsburg KyThe good wome tntof Bethel presbytery have decided to give to missions hereafter all eggs laid their hens on Sundays At a meet g of their missionary society the pre 8 t thatgiven 23000 for missions The announcement set the meeting and members suggested that they strive to still greater things Ways and means were called for and out came the egg suggestion At firstlt was unanimously popular but after the first flush several who ha dozens of prosperous but sacrilegious bens objected They thought this would be I anationbut the original motion prevailed and the Sunday eggs will hereafter be turned over to the mission fundoSuit Cases for Bird Shooters Now that the shooting season has opened in Oklahoma and Indian ter ritory there Is a boom in paper suit cases All the sporting goods houses have put in lines of these gluedtogeth er articles They are now a part of all well regulated hunters outfits Under the Walmsley law it is a misdemeanor to import quail and almost every other kind of bird into the state The hunters who have no mind for leaving great bags behind them buy these cheap suit cases and se them for game bags These they ut under seats in the railroad cars other than their own prepared to dis claim ttem if any Inquisitive deputy state game warden should happen to smell feathers A cheap case does as well for the job as a sole leather affair and in view of the factthat it may have to be abandoned is really very much better than the more ex pensive kind Trying It on the Dog Prof Viard the chemist has been feeding a dog on the adulterants used in foods prepared for the market The dog a robust Newfoundland is almost dead though he has been supplied with ordinary food in addition to the adul terants Another case of trying it on he dogand killing the dog It that men eat things that will kill a dog They also drink things no sane dog will touch DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Nov 8 1905 Consign your cattle sheep slid hoes to Rabensleln Harris Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receho highest market price oci4 4ui W b NORms PUBLIC SALE The undersigned offers at public sale her handsom j two story fra- meRESIDENCE ndMoberleytaining seXen rooms and kitchen KCR a a ndllplace for a boarding house Frontswe 127 feet depth about 150 feet Lot subdivisIonrlrplace on premises Saturday November JJ 1905 at 2 oclock p m At same time a henturnituremade known on day of sale Mrs Ora ONeil publicBalemond Ky on Moberley avenue be Saidhonsehail two pprcbe cellar cis Oxl50feeton day ohale V W A Reeves novl2t A 5 Sdt 1 gf XTRAf Pj4C1othes Free jb the Best Boy Detective Tjfemarrwhbsells XTBAGOOD Clothed for Ederheimer Stpin Co Chicago is comIte us on The time of v 1hiiarrlvaI Will be given lateci We wjll give free any XTRAGOOD suit In our storer tojtbe 1mt lever boy under LY ifl jears of age who finds THIS man befori he leaves town fl 1 What Y u1VI stD When you think you leave Ioundthenighjntansav to him t You are from Ederheimer Stela Co Chicago and sell e Xir good Ulo bf8UemeJllber these words It you say lythingellle not answ er et t W Dv Oldham Company f BET XN DEATBpTh DI VeI11 alieIprhud Young En igineeijXayiWagers on Result Their Illrifess lNew York When two friends lay a Wager as to which will die first whd will settle the bet after both are dead and who gets the money That Is the question thatthe Bay Rdg people are trying to settle One mans body was otherI130 othBO that they may have died together an ridWhen he settled up his business with if i ilo Lingways of a nervous and w luhenhimHetoms Schwanwedel used to a gimeternoontime In his daily walk He would speak to the workmen as they hung out the place after their dinner palls were cleaned out One day he found a sympathetic listener Adam Hill man the engineer was 20 a yo alungerctuals did not agree with him Neither would admit however that e other was as off as he br chaggedNot many weeks ago the men In the factory say Hlllman was heard to call out Well old man Ill make a 3etTil take you was the quick an swer The amount wagered was J500 Both en disappeared NCLE SAM MAY CONTROL G bovernment jTgovernmentIea endofIt seCJeIthat the spirit of commercial sm controls the baths and that they are not being operated for the public good He saysAdemonstrated that Cthe present system of operating tha aths through the medium of private TonionsFasIcon ditions assume absolute and complete operatefinatlng the spirit of commercialism a which is manifest under present con equipmentIment should extend the benefits to be derived from the healing waters with rates adjusted to cover prudent operat ImproveIm ETheny meritorious features worthy of ye lderatlons has outlived its usefulness and should be supplanted by full go ranient control In tperationOLD MACHINE TO SET TYPE Newspaper Pile of 1823 Explains a Device That Does the Work Church Inventor IDr In answer to the query are typesetting machines 7 the London Chronicle prints an ex tract from a copy of the Herald of 1823 BIrminghamIThe compositor has only to sit d9v at this curious mechanism as he wou at a pianoforte and as he strikes the keys the types fall from the case into their proper places with a velocity that keeps pace with the most rapid speaker The form having been worked oft the type moves into the melting pot from which it is re turned recast into its original state without any diminution of material and thence distributed into the case quite new atIreporttventor Is a native of Boston in New England CASH IN DISCARDED HOSE Woman Forgets She Had 80 Banked In ThemNow Hunts Castoffs St Louis The police have been asked to locate 80 whlcfc a St Louis Koman discarded with an old pair of stockings in a downtown department store After picking out a pair of fancy hose the woman retired to one ol the private rooms in the store and exchanged her old stockings for tho new The castoff hosiery was thrown into a waste basket It was not until some time later while In another store that the woman discovered her loss or rather ba tbought herself of the 80 in bills which she had secreted in her stock log for safekeeping before coming down town to Join the bargaincounter rush It was a very excited woman who rushed back to the store where she bad bought the stockings and Instituted a search for the old pair Not a traca i of them could be found Newby Carriage Works AD Estes Prop tTflIHorseshoeing arid Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get pries before purchasing anything in this Iixtes We wiI1 save you money New Carriage Works NewbylKy i h r BEGAN WITH OX CART t ST R1 9F FBATnOJINS RISE IN SOUTH DAKOTA sarThirtyVppd with Barrel of Whisky Sold Xt and Started a Cattle Com pany To Be Married Deadwood S DHarris Frankll dwithkey his sole capital Now he Is tin e intntlypurquiaWhen young Franklin with his bar l arrived Jn Deadwood In 1876 whiskey was as if B Blackand enough more soon afterward to ve him some capital Then he organized the Harris Franklin Cattle company 1He had gone east from Deadwood and found countless acres covered with a thick growth of buffalograss This grass curled early and retained nearly l its nutriment so that cattle could feed orilt throughout the winter It was government land and he knew It could be pastured with little or no arge He started with a small herd but he prospered so steadily and largely that when he disposed of his herd a year ago he owned between and 40000 cattle branded in the name of his company He realized from 20 to 25 per cent every year from his cattle When he finally disposed of them he was also president of the Golden Reward Min- Ing company one of the largest stockholders In the American national ank of Deadwood and president of he First national bank of this place is mining properties did not begin 10 pay him dividends until 1897 so It forIfrom the cattle business Mr Franklins engagement Is the culmination of a romance begun at At lantlc City Mrs Rohr and Mr Frank Hn stayed at the same hotel The first day after Mr Franklins arrival aws Mrs Rohr In an elevator and hree days later they were betrothed Mrs Rohr Is a daughter of Mrs melia Arnold one of the prominent and fashionable Jewish women of St L diouisTUBERCULOSIS AND DOGS rench Physician Says They Caw isisSpread of the Disease to ateExtentIParlsProf t Itystatement that s twibleThis disease has been not only prevalent but on the Increase among docaduring the last five yearsdThe proportion of s dissected at the Alfort veterinary school has risen from three and one halt to nine per cent most of the dis thandsuburbs The professor quotes a ensetolu his own experience of a young music hall singer who died of consump tlonand her Inseparable lap dog died soon after Its master and was found to have tuberculosis of tIhiplungs bronchial tubes and liver Lan fiouy deems it quite possible that the Woman caught the disease from tJ hecdpg On the other hand dogs may be contaminated by human beings In either case the danger of tuberculosis pets especially when small children are tial wed to fondle them is undoubted IRVING REFUSED TO REST Wanted to Die in the Harness as He LeftldLondon Sir Henry Irving had abandoned his plan for another American visit he felt he could not stand the strain A Manchester doctor who ex ned him three weeks before his death says his heart was so weak it was an absolute marvel how he sustained the exertion of a single per formance but his spirit and will were indomitable He absolutely refused to hrestous condition His friends knowing his absorbing devotion to his art be lleve he wished to die on the stage It Is believed he left only a few thousand dollars which will be ab sorbed in paying debts He habit nally gave away a considerable per centage ot his income in charity a his death is a grievous loss to large band of pensioners Though he was on speaking terms with Lady Irving and she always went to see him In his new plays she en tlrely eliminated herself from partlci pationln the funeral arrangements and H B Irving acted throughout as siepresentatlve of the family Says Flies Spread Cholera Prof Chantemesse of Paris who foretold the invasion of Europe by cholera made an interesting further communication to the Academy of Medicine declaring that one of the most active agents in the propagation IlyForJEuropean Foptilarf com panics were to bo made an issue atapopular election today very few would be the votes cast against It ID 101 II A EiB anykindgreat of farms dwelling housep business houses aryl business prop 0 sitlons If You Want a Farmi youlooking are so menta wtic re located how much you rewllnK to invest and any pthir btrni8and we ut certain to intPrestyouSf vou are Jin this market A rostal card will bring yiyi one of our p uterI lists Celtql krfckj feJ tateCe B EYocixoS Pres Lebnwwi Ky L 1oiiono e Bridget Moynehan PHI 1 against f Kate AIcMahah c Dfts Notice ot Sale In Equity Bv virtue ofaJudgmeut and of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 190B in the above style cause the un demi ned will on Way Mer 15 1Q5- At the hour of 10 oclock a m on the preinities in Richmond Madison coon ty Kentucky to expose to public sale to the highlstabd bId der the follbwlng desbnbed properlY Vii A Certain Lot with the improvements thereon lying ph the west side of First street in Richmond Ky beginning at the cor ner Of H aUOle foiUlonejr tiVUleU by- tllrllll Gentryon the northern line twenty 20 feet to Mary Jane Roberts NfeetBrdss street thence north forty t40 feet to the beginning It being thee described in a deed de by Patrick McMaban to Bridget vforthTERMSSale will be made on a creUit of Mt 0 month Tile purchaspr will be required to give bond lth god and ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force i4vedmoney SESCOTTnovl3t Special O lJC C ijAn IS BEST FOOD SCIENTIST DECLARES IT MORE NUTRITIOUS THAN MEAT london Physician Makes a Strong Statement Regarding Value of Eatable Articles Calls Body an EnergyWaster London According to Dr Robert Hutchlnson of the London hospital who supplied evidence regarding food supply to a royal commission bread Is the most Important of all the common foods of the people As a yielder of energy one pound of bread Is more valuable than a pound of meat Its chief deficiency however Is its poverty in nitrogenous matter and it therefore has to be supplemented with articles that remedy this defect Life could be sustained for long periods on a diet of bread with a few beans or a little cheese A man In time of scarcity of general food could subsist upon two pounds of bread a day says Dr Hutch- Inson He would begin to suffer from lack of energy if he got less but could go considerably below the two pounds for a bare subsistence In time of great urgency such as garrisons undergo in time of siege Under these conditions It is disease that carries men off rather than starvation One Interesting point on which Dr Hutchinson Insists Is the value of Ordinary white bread Rye he says Is lower in nutritive value than wheat The next most Important article Ol et as a source of energy is sugar It commenting on this Dt Hutchinson makes an interesting statement on the duties of food The unfortunate thing about bug r that it contains no nitrogenous mat r at all says the expert Bread does contain some Without nitrogen ous matter one cannot get on at all- is absolutely necessary There are two sorts of food Theo things that food does are first it keeps the body In repair and second supplies it with energy Some foods n supply it with energy but cannot o anything to keep It in repair Bread can do both but it is better as- a source of energy than as a repairer Among the nitrogenous foods instanced as good adjuncts in supplying e defects of bread are beans cheese a fish The white of an egg Is stated be an essential element of food tf no meat is available at any time bread sugar and eggs are all that is wanted for a very respectable support for the body Under conditions of com arative scarcity if a child Is given a j Crehild ous Lvalueof hibeetsource of energy as an equal Quan ofbreadIts equivalent In beef o Ordinaryable when comparison Is made with supplied hisfoodhighverywasteThe human body Is rather a waste t HutchinsonThatof energy is not turned out as work abeatthanthePOODLE IN MAUSOLEUM Sharks of the Pacific Deprivedof Toothsome Morsel Chloroform KillIsSan Francisco CaLJuno Mrs whdropped nothaina shark table dhote as has been diedIntox and surrounded by a thick wall theteontforch posiessionmarble before long When Juno became so old that life was a misery Mrs de Forest with lDchJoroformuno under the same washtub Juno In such a condition that a funeral was an Immediate necessity The health officers suggested that the sharks out in the bay reIn need ForestvetpedtheIn royal style Some More High Finance playedRandeis elvediliafrom his intended victim as a start on a new life In the present advanced burglaryItIndispensablefesslon Altas Porte IowabClrdapparently has been inoculated with tk Soowveltlan ann J8 suicide ger la Its most strenuous fans In hithatL k 0 7 7 IJ 7 I 7 IIE L ill 1 m + IhI1I1IJJfLF F FIS 7A pounds 71 3k ROUR71 ffi Pure Good andA tSweet 5We are prepared to furnish testimony from best and most efficient cooks in Richmond or MalIson county that our i Town Talk- FlourI is superior to any frour on our market Our I price is in reach of all If you want the best 706 call for Town Talk If you want cheaper flour we can furnish it I Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs fv waiting to be assigned to tile battle field 7tf + 1 f Golyer Bros 71 7E + Phone 237 Main Street iP RICHMOND KY 1 ti i 1C rfMa 4 i J 7I 7I7FI JTSpecial Summer Excursions via Illinois Central Railroad 3800LOUISVILLE California Oregon orrcspo dingly low rates to other points in the west and northwest daily to October 31 1905 ow one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and ouisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arknsas Indian Territory Oklahona and Texas on first nd thud Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sleeper c ally Louisville to Hot Springs Art nly line running through personally conductedexcursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Iarkllandable Nntwiibstiindlni those and otliiT advantages outhern la ds ar s lltng fur pricps fur below their renl value and ol present price net large r turns imthein posslbillttenoderaignedF W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Kv Price 16cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY L R Blnnton Coal Feed Salt FireBrick and Clay Lime Ct mnt and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY rR4SULTSINI isespeciallyTattractive HIbelievejshowin the raising of com alfalfa timothy and other products among together fiwith stock raising We speak of f KANSAS fromit30Ptr R taridf o otherStates mostiquickwhile inCstrheart of this rich agricultural region and extremely low rates es areoffered allowing stopover at pleasure in certain territory for inspection oflandsetc Write us and we win send you free deacciptiveliterature andf till information 0HCTOWNSENDCNLIAtPAS5tNCtR ANDttcIttTaccMr s ST LOUIS MO y 1 if i IIF i Th r I c J LIL rL i c Some people have a notion that spring 4 is the pnly time to buy a buggy That notion is costing thefll money i We are making fall buying p pul rLet us tell you how Good picking in de parUlientLci P HlgglnS + Telephone 23i 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 8 1905 Two nin 11 for Ilheferound or III trie Suhle ul buluiug HovHit president RooseVelt lias named Ko dl as tile National Tlianks Inp JafL 4 Mr Charles Hirins will SOOiI be gin the erection of a residence on the Siimmitt Jiltv lliqiJeaili Valley King was dtftlly Ipjureil jn sin alitofiipbiie afcci dent in the suburbs at Loa Angeles t F Before to read L E Luis new advertisement lIe is showing somt UpiMUiiHt novollien flU Christinas hriretft HSS advertisement teIIoti nil abdHt tlierti twkys for Salt A few nitie Sronre furitoylJ for sale ttsJas IJeJarrfett Phone 321b tinvS liri Pdt1i- TenhOrsepoer uoiler and engine tiul K infill French Burr for sale Also ar room hoiise for rent Apply to J j W mforittu JeMreell Ky o21ni Fertilises rirm in Boyii Mr Ii M Herndon purchased Item iowwill iieirein Rovle county three miles south of LJanyille their fine farm 11411tRer niul will mOVe with his unity to liiaiienr iioiiieJiH Jiec 1st FiaeFim I lames Martin purchased from Zack Kikin Sr his farm of 213 acres near amp Dick Robinson paying 20000 MJII Thfe is one of the finest farms in Kentucky This farm was sold by Mr T S UHRUII of this city last year First Rally The City Union of the Christian En eTor Societies will hold its first rail ii He Sehdiid Presbyterian Church on i ridaj evening Nov loth Eerybod conlially iniitmi to be present es letiiUly thfc young people of all the lutrcbfe A Vktery fer Richnsonl TKe garivfe of fijotball played here last r riiltjr afternoon between the Ken nckv University team and the Rid noiui Athletic lulj resulted ii a vie ury fur the latter Ine score being 1C ii 0 Unite a crowd witnessed th nine anti eoniilornble interest was iilftjs4e l The Richmond buys are iting warmly congratulated over their iotory Sak Steck and Other Personalty Matflng ohl liis flue farm spine t td LIM1 Rewland Jones I a sale on tt Tuesdny of htock and other ef iu Auctioneer Chenault cried tht ale and the following prices were ealizd Horses brought from 71tu 170 two old mules brought 19030 its averaged SO a head weight about vi Miandi twelve hogs brought 12 50 wr head weight 225 pound fifteen ulvM brought SJO per head eight ilvrc brought 18 two Short Horn I1I1S j85 a head one yearling Short lorn ball 15 grade cows from 15 t til A very large quantity of house oll goods and farming Implements td hiEh Council Proctdirp The City Council met in regular sea ion lufit Thursday evening with a full ttendHBce This was the last meetin r the present council inasmuch a Itp imw members will take their seats lie first Thursday in December The leeting opened with the regular routi lit f bminesq namely the reading ol linutee reports of various officers etc i permit was given Mr Robert Harrit o erect a table and buggy tilled on tilt ear tt his lot on Glyndon avenue L P KVHIIS appeared in behalf ot Mrs R E Little stating that she had been as 8Hl SlOO too much and asked thai re wte of Sll be given her This wat anted as was also a request from tin iflerent IwnkR asking that they Keba1ls 80 per cent instea of 100 pet rnt on the dollar An ordinance wet itrotluce to raise the snary of Street iinmitjIoiier lackey to 60 per month tii to empower him with police an irity It vtaa decided to offer thr- fr wnt Pity Hall for sale which will h iMie November 25 adveriUtinenU Ic which will appear latfrc eel WneatFuliz and Harves n JIIK fur Bain ltv I t h r Witt novl XImballu than Scienpp Public rordmlly invller1 iluisliat Sdenee ttcture ithiodabby Edward A Kimball of Chicago OperaHousIt Jsodatio fur ClayItifirmarmorrow Tuesday uill be Association thtTr1t1rxnsrynoon rind ilesiredrr1r0 r Snnerintend ent Wagers IIAS receiued the following communication from State Superintendent Fuqua whicl explains Itself youIraftinst Mohey iiBt in Treasdry yet You wilUedciVe it in time td jtay tile teachers November ISth A Sttiofl WOl lId An unfortiinate and accldeni happened to1tr TIM Upland lap Thursday Mr Nolahd had his hors hitched hoar Dr hookers stable ant in ciittinj the 1li1tfloose his hors jfliked causing strike Mr Nolands arrri corripletely seyerinp JoeplChenaultwho ized the Tjltiiation and Immediately tied a rope around tile wounded man arm to check the ow of Hlood until a physician could be summoned He was taken to Qibsous hospital wherr his wounds were dressed after which he was removed to his home Mr No land is in a very serious condition am much alarm is felt concerning him Death of a Weil Known Colored Utiz n- After a long illness of consumption Tom Jones better known as Tom Smith passed to his eternal rest last Thursday Tom was one of the best known co1ordcitins in this city and hadsince his eailv thildliodd been ill the employ of the Idtfc T J Smith and wife Uor culda wore honest faith tal servant be found his fealty to hi masters family was something eauti fill Tom beloiiged to the old school 01 latkeys and his type are very feu these days Equilij triieto him we it his employ an and through their gene erosity he was given a coiiifbrtable nome which will be used by his wif i tnd children who survive His funeral occurred Saturday at the Hautist church titer which his Interment took place in hecolored cemetery A Serious Itreet Flint In a dilllctitty which occurred lastI Friday night in First streetf betweei Mr James lInker of Berea and Mr Vuse Harris of this city the latter win very seriously and dangerously itabbed one wound being near tile hip md the other in the left lung The wounded man was lemoved to the GihI son hospital where lie received prompt medical attention after which he was removed to his home on Hallie Irvine s reel Reports from his bedside are hat he is resting asVomforJably as ca be expected holding his own remarka bly well Mr Harrisshotat Mr Baker but the bullet barely grazed his leg Mr Baker is a resident of Berea and wits a former candidate for assessor Mr Baker was released on 300 bond Mr Harris wounds are extremely dan gerous but with the best medical at tention and good nursing he may re cover Milledgeville Ky Jan 11XI3Dr- E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer trom kid uey disease and was treated by mv home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I amI satisfied it saved my life and I can Cheerfully recommend it to ladies suffer jug with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won ler Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removet rrayel cures diabetes seminal emis lions weak and lame backs rheuma tism Anti al irregularities of the kid uoys and bladder in both men and regulates bladder troubles ii children If not sold by ymir drugais will be sent mail on receipt of f One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect tire Dr Ernest W Hall sole mSnu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo end for testimonials Sold by al irnggipta 3m aytf === == A Few of the 10000 = === McCall Patterns 9012 Ladies Box Coat Price 15 cents Also a full line of Fall Dress Goods JOcSpecial 5 cents yard9320 Ladies Eton Jacket pr Price 15 cents Submitted to theGored Respectfully 9276 Ladies Nine Skirt Price J5 centsCash Trade E V ELDER i JL Sfl i ti t t t I VT 6Y CordiiiOy PantsiJleW Lores In ienth kS Mrrtas iarie slbk of ioiiti forioun ra a yoUr tllz 1f1t assortment Try our Cbrcluroys4 g 15022503350 4 c11 Big bargains in Corduroy Suits 500 and up COVINGTON Hot HnUi H UowetJiILast Tuesday r all withies night a fO kinds 01 mysterious tricks and games firtune telling etc are mtially in uuhgedin This celebration is a custom banded down Irom the Druids The night here however passed off moM quietly Not very many reports of uniting gates and other misplaced or oattered property were turned in The ulcers In this city and qthers have ibout put an end to the reckless raids on property by the would be celebrators Halloween Such sport if it couldI bfl called such had reached suchitage especially in larger property was greatly damaged and somef teps had to be taken to rrevent few gates here were unhungand car tied off a few porch chatrsand settees Nere placed in other yards but very ilteht were the otrensesIA Brilliant ReaUl Responding to the invitation given to all friends of the Institute and lovers if music quite a crowd assembled in the parlors of Madison Institute Frjdajr night the occasion being a recital by he teachers of that school Professor Simmons lansing every effort to make this school a power for education in the South and he has employed in ibis faculty only the best Instructors The recital Friday was thoroughly enjoyed I and was rendered with great skill The following is the program 1 Sonata op7 Alleero Moderator Edward Grieg Miss Pearson f 2 Ah rendium Rossi Miss Cargile 3 Ninth ConcertoDe Berions Miss Mary Agnes Pearson 4 Sonata op 57 Allegro assia L Von Beethoven Miss Hemphil 5 Serenade Schubert Violin obligato Miss Mary Agnes Pear son Miss Cargile 6 Mazurka de Concert Musin Miss Mary Agnes Pearson 7 Lea Deux Aloulettes op 2 No Leschetizky Miss Hemphill 8 Rhapsodic Hongroise No 2 Lizt Misses McBurney and Pearson How Louise Butler iane Abide With Me Alighting from a railroad train at h r go Miss Louise Butler fell under I1 heels and was lerrjbly mangled the Chicago Record Herald referring to this accident relates an interesting story The RecodHerald says that after the acrident Misn Butler was placed again on the train from which she had fallen to be conveyed to a lies pital five miles away Reviving in spite of terrible injuries she began singing softly Abide with me fast falls the eventide The darkness deepens Lord wi Jlme abide When other helpers fail and Comforts fleeS f Help of the helplessoh abide with me The RecordHerald says She sang the hymn through even as her hands clinched in her agony and the ist line was reached as the train stopped and she was lifted irom it Again when she was placed 0111he operating table the girl sang the prayer only ceasing when her inothpr father reached her to beg themnbtto grieve if Turning from them to her liQr Miss Butler asked him to r parents and requested him to pray Aa the prayer was finished she took Up another hymn My faith looks up to thee Thou lamb of Calvary Savior III vineIfNow hear me pray Take all my guilt away Oh lot me from this day Be wholly thine Her voice faltering on the last line she whispered Do not grieve Tail them 1 am not afraid lodieiland be came mBConscloua She died thirty UI ai9rwtordi hoiiifcd fortherlItile employ of Bradstreet hiss jbeii promoted to tire position qf o agency His new territory will be Kentucky and West Virginia inI headquarters at Charleston W His many friends here will congratulate- him on his good fortune Real Estate Dealt Auctioneer T D Chenault fiodlast wek lor Commissioner Thorpe the Richards farm on fhe JJentucky river This farm winch consists of 100 acres s better known as the Hiram Shearer It was bought by Elcany Pigg or j60 per acre The other bidders were Henry James John Hisle and Wilson Eads The farm of Matt Shearer at Red House was sold at public auction last week to E L Taylor for 3500 This tract comprises fortyseven acres Then is to just ones in Rings etc A Lovely A which be a house warming was given by Rev and Mrs G W Shepherd on last Wednes day afternoon from three to five to the members of the and aIfew friends Hev Shepherd and family have only lately moved Into the newly bought parsonage on street Tire house OtiS of the most attra live of new homes in the city was elab orately decorated with autumn flowers and everything presented the most cordial and cozy appearance The pastor and his estimable wife were assisted by the of their church and most delicious refreshments were served to the guests The affair was thoroughly delightful and was en joyed hy all County The interesting paper was by Hon C L Searcy was to have been read before the State De velopment Convention which met in Louisville in October but on account of the time being limited Mr culled from the article the most essen Iali61ntB and presented them to the convention MB CHAIRMAN LADIES AND GENTLE MENI thank the giver of all that I am permitted tQ and enjoy the beginning of the Twentieth Cen tury when the is Prog ressandall the world seeuis to be making great strides forward with won derful advancemonta In every Sine I am proud of our great President Theodore Roosevelt lam proud to be an bumble citizen of this vast domain tire marvelous World Power the great UnIted States of America with jts wonderful resources and A casiaotreaUzeon9hssdredU The Kenton label is a friendly guide post that points clothingNocarefullyhandmadewho looks for this goal of excellence Kenton Iri all our clothing we have never fund finer clothing than the Kenton brand fact we think it super ior to all others in fit style and shaperetaining and long- wearing quality A most attractive display of fall and winter Suits Overcoats and Raincoats invite your inspection 99ZM ss to 2250 Ovetdat12O TO CD 25 Other dependable Suits and Overcoats 5 650 750 8 10 JZ50 Christmas Shopping Prices Warm UnderwearLikely to need it any Large stock of good things to choose from Cofton Feeee Wool Fleece Silk Plush Derby Ribbed Wrights Health Nonshrinkable WOCls specialvitHtePLUSH is tlld most luxurious Underwear made soft as eiderdown yet warm as woof part of the magnificent grandeur rin Vrisfneos ofour country wlthorit travel I ing fin tire itlntifi to thes Pacific Coast arid Plaiting one of tib present Yonders of the Vofld ellpwsfone Park indescribably grand anti aut ful Standing amid the einpendons geysers you feel that you are In some fairyland and Nature intended at the propt time to use these pumps to irri gate that great tract of fertile laud now known as the American Desert and canst It lo bea perfect Eden that would transform our Country Into tire New JerusalemI of my native State and firmly believe theta true KentuFdantmay travel the world over find any place like Old Kentucky In which to live and die I love her hills and vales counties towns and people All Kentuckians are especially proud of her greet and beautiful metropolis Louisville our kind hostess the gateway to the South and believe at no While the Stock is Fr esh I the time do Xmas Shopping At this time the wise are making their Xmas purchases They enjoy much better attention LE LANE is showing wide variety Cut Glass Sterling Silverware Leather Goods Canes Umbrellas Crosses Bracelets Fobs Best Lowest Reception reception might called Baptist Church North he members prese- ntMadison following prepared and Searcy blessings live watchword olliibt1ities person experience In Goods day here distant date she will and deserves to be the chief city south of the Ohio My forefathers came from North Carolina with Daniel Boone about 1770 and after tramping around over the principal part of the State they evi dent y believed Madison county to be time best portion of the State as Daniel Kooneand company made permanent settlement at Eoonboro in 1775 therefore Madison has a right to her claim to bu the Mother County The average citizen of our county knows arid bieves ihat we head the procession in Kentucky in anything coming or going in the way of advancements and improvements What county can boast ot more cultured in telligent progressive lawabiding citizen Rich in history tradition and the noble deeds of our people the sun seems to shine brighter anti the un crowned qneens to smile sweeter here than elsewhere Our county is filled with many Beautiful farms fine stock and elegant and happy homes Madi son is the first bluegrass county ad- Joining the mountains and she stands with one hand beckoning the worthy i citizens of Eastern Kentucky to come 1111tbenearly in this center of the State has an area of nearly four hundred square 1milescuriosities abound notably the prehistoric fort near Berea where the old rock wall erected around the summit of mountain still standing The soil is varied the middle and western poi thou has a limestone foundation Bud produces Riuegrase hemp and to basso l and all kiadVef crojw to perk iLL thou The eristerft portion is thinner soil afld is locally termed The Jlales Slashes rind Sitirwoodd Asa general thing people have smajl furrris and ctil live well The part known Its the SonrvfaodV fa a satfdy fonrrt and bv ii J i j iiIzeralfalfa crop a lading and It has ebveloped into A irngotrnck patch whets they grow enqngb iieons vegetables and small fruits tj supply two or three StrawherrTKing all erected a canning factorybut there flroom for dozens more An ideal liccidion for a SIRs coloUy and we hopep tiat our honored minister Clay maY use his infnence to assist hit in organizing same that domestic helpm itMadisonThe great diversity of soil makes quite a difference in price of lanilg lecei t sales being from 15 to 140 pr acre Some of tire numerous mineral springs scattered over the county have great reputations as health resorts The county is well watered by numerous creeks and springs the Kentucky River touches the county at the mouth of- tDrowning Creek and runs nearly half way around it to the mouth of Pain Lick Creek giving us about seventyfive miles of border navigable for steamboats Numerous large sawmills are located on this border The United States Government has nearly completed three locks and danis on our borders at a cost of about 300000 00 each This gave profitable employ ment to many of our citizens whileit caused a great scarcity of farm labor We have about two hundred miles of free turnpikes and many miles of dint roads kept up by taxation Our people are a church going people We have scores of elegant churches in every put of the county and onr educational facilities are excellent as there are good school houses with firstclass teachers In every nook and corner of the county Richmond isour capital a beautiful city of about seven thousand population located on a beautiful blue grass plateau surrounded by as pro ductive land as Is in the State and filled with elegant residences and churches handsome business houses good hotels two good opera houses and the City Government is uptodate in every detail under the efficient management of our public officials The government has erected an elegant building here in which is htld till United States Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky The L A and this L N Railroads cross here at right angles which gives through transportation in all directions The Climax Register and Pantagrapn three excellent newspapers are pub liihed here has four excellent banks and the L k A car shops are located here has excellent flouring mills plan ing mills cigar manufactories laundry ice plant electricity andall the im provements and paraphernalia of a first class city except more manufactories and Interurban Railway lines She needs today dozens of manufactories that could be profitably operated by virtue of her proximity to the timber coal etc of Eastern Kentucky She badly needs interurban railway to Lex Ih ton Winchester Big Hill Berea Irvine Waco and all oilIer points to get trade The Richmond Bar is composed or about fifty practicinglawyors of unsurpassed legal knowledge including quite a number of National reputation Two of these distinguished gentlemen represent fully in all its significance that typo known as gentlemen of tin old school In the highest sense I refer to Cot Jas W Caperton and Maj p F Burnam Richmond is also the home of our popular and distinguished Senator Hon Jima B McCreary The educational advantages of the city are most excellent Madison Insli torte College for girls and WaIters G III fer boyai have a reputation for Boots and ShoesW- eve I made the greatest preparation of our lives for ltfnewestwell Beacon and other leading brands 200 to 00 rt Bootees Lace Boots Hightop Shoes Leather and Rubber Boots by far the largest selections and best values in Richmond 1 efficiency unsurpassed In tIre State Richmond has one graded school for whites and one lor colored The white School is very much crowded and badly needs another building Malison has quite a number of flour prolIrick mantffactory a good newspaper the Citizen iIsrt one of the best equipped colleges in the State possess ing a large endowment fund has aboul twelve hundred white students from over the United States This col e is of great benefit to the poor chil ren of Eastern Kentucky as they can ay their tuition in work Another bank at Kirksville arid Paint Lick Waco has a bank two good flouring ills three pottery manufactories and brick manufactory The A gent newppdpor is published at Valley View Moffcrly hit4 a brick end tiling manufactory Our cotinty was among the first to operate a telephone The East Tennessee Ctfirtpany now Owns the franchise for our county andrenders good service We need quite a number of things just now to make us more happy One iringwe would like to reverse our cat tle trade so we could buy low and sell for a profif Instead ot buying high arid selling at a loss as at present Our farmers ond business men have never considered the advisibility of conduct ing moderate size farmsand using thefr surplus to assist in establishing manu factories and improve the county at large but on the other hand in the heyday of their prosperity they try to buy all the adjoining land Then they BANKS 4p awaken to the fact that they have sold themselves into abject slavery They are domed to drudgery to keep the fences In repair watergaps replaced and to look after their men stock and crops requires every moment of their lives They hardly have time to read the papers let alone assisting to build up a community or bring in new capital and enterprise thereby giving better wages to our laboring men tnd keeping them here but annually in the Spring at almost every railroad station a score of young men full of days work goto Indiana and Illinois to get better wages becanseonr farmers cannot pay as muqh as farmers surrounded by great manufacturing cen tars A great many of these men return but tliey lose to some extent their State pride and some seem to think the Hoosiers and Suckers are better farmers and more wideawake than we ares There is no better plan to keep all honorable citizens that want to work jhau lo develop our rich resources ex tensive clay deposits sand cement littie building stone and indications phosphate rock lead flour spar zinc etcie have never made much effort to develop oil and gas but indications are as gond as in many places where they find it Oil has been running out of the ground here many years without the quantity diminishing must be a supply on tap somewhere below Time extensive clay deposit near Waco is more valuable than a gold mine as it can be turned into cash at so much less expense There is a great variety of clay covering many acres veins 71 71 F 7171 F il71i THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION tTOYOURINDIVIDUALMEASUREMADE CLOTHES TAKE NOTICEThat inasmuch as one mday has been set aside upon which it behooves us to relax from business careS up eat turkey 2 and give thanksand inasmuch as that day C leaves time enough for you to obtain a smart p Suit or Overcoat to your individualmeasure tf ments by the fashionable New York custom tailors BSTERN SON CXCLUSIVCUSTOt4TMLOR- 5i NEW YORK F We now cordially invite you to inspect the K beautiful fashion plates of the newest C styles especially designed by the said B STERN SON whom we represent here and to select from three to thirty feet thick This clay has taken tire premium over all clays in the United suites wherevi r exhibited receiving award in Philadel phia in 1S7C and gold prize at Worlds Fair St Louis in lOOt also roofing ire made from this cay was awarded diploma and medal at the same tThese clays have been manufactured in a very small way by the natives tit past seventyfive years into pottery brick sewer pipe etc A few yeas since two or three drain tile plai is started in a very small way and wenever able to supply the demand af elf the farmers learned tire great value if drainage These plants have been of incalculablo benefit to the farmers M in a great many instances they havn roo stored abandoned lands and prodicul good crop where none grew before This clay will make as fine pressed front brick as can be made in the United States it will make the bes roof tiling evidenced by recent award sewer pipe hoKowblocks vitriltal brick terra cotta and works of art In fact anything that can be made trout clay There are only three or four very small plants manufacturing pot tery brick anti tiling where thee ought to he a modern and extensive business We badly treed practical claytneri to start a pottery a briik plant roofing tile and use 500 men in each plant To make it profitable requires a large and extensive system It fo possible and perfectly feasible with ot aide help tobuild up the largest clay manufacturing center in tie Son We cordially arid earuestlv prwt prim tical capitalists to come adap a fur tuneallin sight s V ffi F71 I tt dress jsf seasons ot 78 Vj the fabric you prefer from our tremendous assortment of fine quality thibets 71 worsteds cheviots tweeds and other suitable cloths which express the latest II and most exclusive effects in textile art The smartest fashions are reflected in very stylefit is absolutely fault S less workmansfiis is of highest character throughoutprices are considerably lower than than those asled by other customtailors of equal reputation Let us take your measures and youll be thankful F IRICE and ARNOLDL THE ONE PRICE HOUSE 9efmmE m m m 7 drL1 I Youll BeI I 1ijI AheadI I I +CALL AT JONES MERSHONS I iSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNI Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found n in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation p Qtnulie Saratoga Water Kept on Tip Phone 3 Second St bRWB A FAMILIAR FADE The UtfttSsor DR WII- l DWELL appears on every paclcareof Dr Galdwells PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa tlon Biliousness SOur Stomach Headaches and Fevtr CUed by Bowel and Stnmach dis orders Ex y tfnnine package is distinirulshed bf this rae mark Your druggist will be glad lo fJl you either the or St00 size Sold by Perry Thomas Pan H Breck Fire Lire and acci dant Ihpurance 6epl2it r There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR gEvery housewife 1very fcook knows that Good Sakes Rollsr Bisuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of thetheElliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill CO wilWACO0 r r C From Parlor to Kitchen II Furniture Carpets Stoves You need something new in the par it tar A IiaYOU need lied Room Suits Beds and JMattresses Conches Rockers Chairs Carpets Safes Tables Cooking 1 or some other f oflioweho1d shhereJ J1hfactionJ quality I j tLLman Cc JginstjMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky p rr winter time J coming let the cold weather catch you without a good Heater K1YM handle all kinds of Heaters Radiators and Air Tights When in need of a- eook Stoveerxmine our Regal Queen We are are agents for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc DrillsthSpecial attention is given to Roofing Guttering and Repair ing Give us a call when in need of anything kept in a first class hardware store C lI TAYLOR aLow Prices isatthe I Racket Store it tVIiiteenamel slop pails 12 qt 119 I toilet set 209 8 inch jardiniers 29u II inch jardiniere oJc Flower pots Goto iic jttjI 4lkcorated lamps at low prices m 39LftOoodchutia cup saucers S f1l lOc ft Meat dishes decorated 13 uich lOcoJEwoi and banin80c k Corn poppers lOc 4I Hearth brooms lOc Coal hods 25 to nse ft Shovels 5 to 15c fjI s East Main Street I Richmond KentuckyI hi J iwiS 9 uui L li LLARS IT II lI X SYRUP is 1OLb OM A THEATER SITE Excavators Help onEtructionI beadwood S DDeadwoods the ater will have a distluUon equaled by oo other city in the world It would bo hard to find another lawn where a lot 65 by 150 feet would yield enough placer told to pay for the Inundation and pos uibly for the building When work began on the excavation n channel of valuable placer dirt was un covered The location at the confluence of Whitewood and Deadwood reeks was formerly part of one oC the daysIthad been worked out It is a long way here to bed rock but as bed rock had to be reached before a suitable foundation rapIdlydayWhat was the astonishment of the amongthelow metal Pan after pan of dirt was washed out in the adjacent creek each n showing a good string of colors but find proved not to be merely a pocket as was first thought but a well developed channel of placer undiscovered these many years It is the Intention of the builders to sluice all the dirt that is taken out and they say with assurance that the profits l be sufficient to pay at least for the 18feethuntIngbeen found as yet but every morning brings new expectations of the big nug newdiscovery COURTSMARTIAL IN NAVY List niCommissionedAdvocates Report of clofthe navy the record of general for the fiscal year byrew an sLxdmary courtsmartial shews that 4157 bluejackets were convicted and 200 ni lis yotedquitted A total of 422 enlisted men were convicted of desert on 147 of ab sence without leave 25 of desertion and fraudulent enlistment and 83 of fraudulent enlistment Capt Diehl says that Col A C Kel ton United States marine corps bad developed In the naval prison at the disciplineagainst naval laws and regulations The large number of prisoners received from the Asiatic station has re suited in an overcrowding of the Mars Island prison to such an extent the report states that It became necessary to fit up two prison ships to relieve the situation until permanent extensions to the present shore institution can be jir thovidedat Mare Island and the NIpsIc at Bro merton Washington are being pre Jared for the overflow of prisoners MANUFACTURING IN IOWA Statistics Issued by Census Bureau Show Rapid Growth of the industryGWashngtonA bulletin issued by e census bureau places the number of manufacturing establishment in the state of Iowa at 4788 with a product for last year amonntns to 160604161 an Increase of almost 21 per cent since 1900 The total capital engaged Is 111444929 The wage workers number 49482 and to them is paid 22997773 The number of salaried officials and clerks is 7124 with salaries amounting to 5948857 The cost of materials used w ofasAmong the cities Cedar Rapids took first rank in production with 16279 706 Des Jlpines occupied secon3 place with an output of 15084958 Des Moines shows the greatest Increase of the clUes since 1900 The principal in dustry Is slaughtering and meat pack- Ing Dairy products held second place with a total output valued at 315138 027 BIG EAGLE BLOCKS TRAFFIC Bird of Freedom in Smokestack Chokes Draft frem Boilers of Traction CompanyISioux City la measuring a little mare from tip to tip was removed from 0 of the smokestacks of the Sioux City Traction company after a desperate struggle The smokestack had not been used for several days When the fires were started in the boiler the draft was not good Nothing could be found wrong w withstack was examined The bird was lodged In the smokestack near the bottom It had slid down 80 feetand was so cramped up that It could not make use of Its wings to fly Severe men en fered the smokestack at the bottom only to come out covered with scratches and soot Finally ono of the employes succeeded in getting the bird by the feet and dragging It out Hint to Counterfeiters A new 10 counteerfelt Is In circulation which we are told may be dis tinguished by its size being longer Ulan the genuine note What Is wanted Is a 19 bill that will not merely leek ItaNrf Lut kit loiHrI1M o L 11WINE j If youe our line before investing vour money in a ot anrercoaf for yourself dJh f boy f 1 LACKEY HAMILTON Ia tt Corner First and Main Sti1eL RI HMONO KENTUCKY l X f X I IeB IIreJ1vi DRAGGINGdown pains are a symptom of the mot serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally I come Irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weaken- Ing andbcadrains dr iiul backache headache nervousness dizziness itt CAROUI I Womans Relief whichexertsCardul reUeves pain regulates the menses stops drains and stim placeItcomplaintsS t WHITE US A LETTER in strictest confidence telling us all your troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope Ad dress Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta nooga Tenn FAMOUS INDIAN DEAD GR groOUABDUP LONG TRAIL He Was Chief of Warriors at the Bat tie of Wounded KneeHeld Prisbeloner by the Sioux for Six Weary Years St Joseph MoFrank Grouard whd died a few days ago at his home here was one of the few men who during the Indian warfare on tile borders of Dakota Montana and Wyoming gained fame as a government scoutessDuring the last Sioux outbreak In the winter of 189018Jl which culmi piKneerendered valuable aid to the government in putting down the Insurrec tion Grouards life was filled with thrill g experiences and not many men re fortunate enough to have as Interesting a career as he paIctficssiontiry to the islands and his mother the daughter of a native king eiTmail rider in Montana and not for years was he able to make his es When Gen Crook inaugurated his campaign against the Sioux Indians ung Grouard was employed by him byhiming which he entered into the spin iLles of savagery with a zest that ed even those who had been friendly toward him stood him in good stead when he took up the duties of a government scoutSGrouard first met Gen Crook at Fort Laramie in the winter of 1874 His really remarkable work as a scout made the general a lifelong friend when the warlike Sioux had been anZj du chodpartment a recommendation that Grbuard as a reward for his work be r tIeda scout ata Ealary of 150 per moatleto the end of his days GrouarJ was generally recognized as reachedtheere of Gen Custer and his commandco w LassPowderC Jeaptbeef contractor at the post was raided theDlackrouard and ten men and a sergeant J3capturebo rseswwere chased nearly to the Missouri river in what is now cen tral South Dakota and before Grouard asslstIanceIn due time and convicted and what had been one of the best organized bands of horse rustlers in the histo ryof elJectuallybroken BREAK BONES IN PRISON Tortures by Russian Police Chiefs Order Inflict Many Woundsoon Prisoners Warsaw Two prisoners named Zchulz and Engrat charged with shoc itting a cotton manufacturer have ho n removed to a Red Cross hospital 11111Iprlson ly by their torture their fingers are broken and their bodies are covered iiajj prokenof his persecutors The torturers placed Iron rods be tween the fingers of thelr victims and togetherIere their backs and the I pulleysandin which the tortures took place When Ilyithtotallj to prove an alibi showing his inn lnsthIm l Boy Grows So Post He Dies Growing so rapidly that his stomach bertholdboy Is dead in Denver With his par nts and sister theboy wan hi W Zisw M14l4 W IIf p I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster GrovesMo and my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardul feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did ne WOUlD improve In health His case had puzzled a number of the best ph y slclans for though but 14 he ht wn two feet in a year being six In pestancespatients have become seriously because of too rapid growth but few in wh thievedde athInClamor for LIve Pigs Gobd meat Is scaree and dear in Ger many The executive committee of the German trades unions has petitioned the federal diet to allow an increased Importation of live pigs that the nee ary meat requirements of the Ger man population may be satisfied The petition declares that the working peo are suffering severely from theeIraordlnarIlyblgb prices ruling for meat IGEN LEBUS IS DEAD His Demise Was the Result of a Run away Accident 1Colngton Ky Nov 2News yvaa the death on Tuesday L Los Angeles CaL of Gen Louis I Sbu s one of the largest tobacco plant ers of Kentucky His death was tha result of Injuries sustained In a rut ajway accident about four weeks and in which one of his limbs was broken Gen Lebus with his family had been residing In California for the past two years for the benefit of his health He was a pioneer in the burley thb tesco va ielleyt had been managed by his two LIdarence and One Lebus who ire also extensive blanters and doalers He leaves a widow and six children three sons and three daughters Smith Returns To Louisville Louisville Ky Nov 2W B Smi president of the defunct Western Icalonal bank vrho was recently Indicted hoyarge of einliezzlement making falso ntnles and arpropratlng funds of tho ank and who has been away for some me returned to Louisville Mora ganthgedLouisville Customs Collections Louisville Ky Nov 2James P Thomas cashier under C M Barnett llector of customs for the port of Is highly elated over the owing made for October The col ctions for the month were 3852607 or October of last year the total lections were 2710740 Installed As Postmaster Lexington Ky Nov 2charleS H erryman was Installed as postmaster Lexington to succeed H Clay Eli in ho died several months ago drcBerryman will conduct the office rlthe three years remaining of the Eli jnterm and will turn tho salary over Mrs Elldn the Terrible WldOWrLexington a goo a student at theStato college had the unusual experience of 1100 v6lta electricity passing through his body and living to talk about It Twelve tcallyly fall to provo fatal Sewer Ordinance Valid Frankfort Ky Nov2The court f appeals reversed the Judgment of the lower court in the case of the city of Covington against Noland Co1 m Kenton The court here holds i he sewer ordinance valid and say3i theIriTwO Boys Were Wounded Greenup Ky Nov 2 Wesley Tins ley and Barton McElhaney two young men of this section are palnfullyi wounded as the result of shots fired j cIsSrominentscare them off his premiaes Offers Additional Reward Hicknmn Ky NoV 2An addition al reward of 300 has been offered fur the arrest and conviction of the mur d erers of E W Roachyby the citizen finmoney has been placed in the hands of Sheriff George CarpenterI alLexingtona prominent young intui Is at SU Jo sephs hosnltal heip dangerously Wounded Shely said he was on h4way Some Tuesday when some Halt owe en revelers shooting on the streets acldentally shot hlm o May Be Extended To Paducah Paducah Ky Nov iXl Is prpbar le that the longexpected announce sYiwIllSolo u meetlB ol ojlelals df Qi nyefow Xii T fw Hll Mrtili K 1 Qz 1 S vJ = 1 L RAIN COAT ELECTRIC SUNS IBIG 10 RAISE SLANTS BY tiGHAIlbnen bJ hodtlctJlvislon When PreparatliinHo Are kVanhntonlectr1city sto be departmentPftted In the division of pathology for saiInshmeatssegrowthceases at sundown will continue through the night If proper artificial light Is supplied to stimulate the natural developing powers of the plants iiithelantIeceases until the following day Th S keepingIbeing the foundation of their develop montneIt Is with an idea of supplying a a artificial sun that these experiments are being made If it Is found that the growth of can Inominalnigrownmer the agricultural industry vI have received an unprecedented sUm ulus Scientific research has alreat inII at stake in the present Undertaking rhaps than ever before The laboratory Is now being niade ready for the experiments nil the work will continence sodn Owing tb e peculiar nature of the experiments outInformationli kely that secrecy will be maintained in regard to the progress of the re search until it is learned that the un dertaklng is practical or hopeless from a commercial viewpoint be reforethe experiments Scientists attached to the bureau of plant industry have already learned by Investigation that it tr Oicltyever that the expense incidental to the cheaperthancarryon her work There is some grownInU a15eDOG STEALS A BIG CHECK Elgin HI Canine Purloins Note for 1500 Finally Returned to the Owner tiElgincompanIed by his dog Buster went to t sitomers window was n C Hubbard hold g a 1500 check In his hand As the octor and Buster turned to go out the slip of paper caught the eye of the dog and before the owner of the paper knew what had happened Buster had seized it and was following his master up the street Hubbard did not notice his loss until he had passed his book to the cash er minus the check On discovering the loss he took steps to stop the pay checkI to Gal Ifornla was about to be called off when dogsmouthood condition The dog had followed doctor all the way from the bank to his office It had been taught to take packages and newspapers from the hand of Its master and occasionally the d ry5andigood care of them and will not deliver them to anyone but his master iljWOMEN BAFFLE REDSKINS F IairolantatilesforAlci tryiircumstances en jg ean women saved the lives of the Amer lean colonists at Minas Vlelasranch outbreakr In wasappar tnt that they had come for a fight and It was equally apparent that the settle anent could not hold out against them long Mrs James Ravenscroft and Mrs T slippedIaway horses and rode at a gallop through tho astonished Indians to Ciudad del Malz where they told their story to Rev B F H unteriedlthjustJImproved Counterfeit Discovered Chjef Wllkle of the United States secret service has announced that tho counterfeit of the tendollar United tates note first discovered in July 3903 has been Issued with a marked I t formheof er theIsenulnepravement also In the color of the back which is not so d rkaa ii- rst issueS 1 Independent Quits the Race j Campton Ky Nov 1RovC A McQuinn a of 2churchpendent candidate for county Judge leJingtleoiacebetween the democratic nomInee and Ira Q Profitt the republIcan IStabbed In the Back Nov IAt Hern pricks schooihottje this junty JaB Va aadlngham and Lacey orrejl qitar ValandlnghamIt tick with a kBie badly vrouadl It b4k Mi tt 1Jl I 1 t I 1 jij LeST OR STOLEN Affadavitt State ol Kentucky Coutty of Madison Sometime in the llionth of May I either lost or had stolen from me on Elm Street In this city e This note was made Ly brother ward Willis to myself and thrpf iire oili updjog tha metseen in the hands of one John A Pope d Pope left the towu before service co uld be had on him and his when outs is now unknown Diligent li3 frothi5flgone finding this note or holding same on wiCehoproluctionThe followinR ie a fac simile of tl e gunge of the note on printed form X LIEN NOTE SIOOOO RICHMOND Ky Aucnst 21 valucC On or about May 1st 1905 for ceived Ior either of us pav to the order of CaRRie W Smith cie Klla W SingNealeynegotiable and payable at the State k and Trust Chmpnny of Rich MrtIlls date until paid Balance pun fyDue May 1 1905 No HoW4Ri5 WiLL- isComExMarrh7 mOS Attest JAS A WiiiiE N P Cassie W Smith Richmond Ky Stale of Kentucky County of Madison i Personally appeared before me Capsie W Smith who acknowledged theabove aflldavit to be hpr act and deed this October 14 1C05 My Com Expires March 7 1903 JAS A WHITE N P KvIC M C C by R B Terrill D C ocl84t Buy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt ct 4Ct I orale- I desire to sell my stock of general merchants The goods are in first class condition new and ratable and if one qfthe best country stands in the county Ior further injormation call OP nr address R R Harris n23 3m Peytontown Ky White riTmooth Rocks PlymouthRockThese chickens are direct from Fishels stock who won seventeen premiums at teSt Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good hatch guaranteedMADISON Pouirny FARM KySC D MILLEIC Mgr farm For Rent 150 acres of land good house out buildings etc 30 acres to go in corn and tobacco 15 acres already in wheat and rest in Kftiss Foi particulars pee MIXERXA BAKSES oct83t Richmond Ky Wliy dont you fence your and keep your old cow at home SamI will say what feiue must to buy UucU am uses the Page Fence it ought tI lo yours Sold by JFCov RestjI desire to rent for the year 1006 bout 275 acres of land with gooo iwelling thereon This land is a part of the farm now occupied by the signed and is about five miles underI Richmond on the Irvine turnpike 25 r 30 acres of said land to goin corn St cres to go in wheat the remainder it grass Privilt n to sow grain title tall possession Jan 196 For particulan rail on or address C H Maupin KyhTelephone B H Taixon and Bro lor economy and smokeless coal foi SSdtfrA cherry suit ot furniture for salt cheap Phfne 03 tl Dan H Brock wili innre your city n llgttingAgent Wanted To take charge of dpl it for Metro politan Life Insuraiipe C i Jons H TOY Asst Supt t Oldhitni Bide RiiUmohd Ky New Coal Fi m I have opened up n conl businpsp attain at the eartH iilti5e upptiite lc Plant where I have beeii located for BillHilithtBruAhsolicit a sbate of the patronage of the pecple of Richmond and Madison couu ty and shall endeavor to make my prices very attrmtiye RuliwiU iliise tityhplrTelephone 93 augO 3m IL F BAnK R farm For Salt I offer for Salts privately niy frm cf 50 acres more or less located 1J mile north of Union Citv A pout ten or 15 terra in cnltlyaInn the talanc in havJnjtalZellerallyInparticulars cal oni or address Irvine Azbill iug23tf Union Xity Ky Bay this bst Seed Wheat and lotclier1WIi 1 ik t 4jS ik- rjjjEjj t i Cloak or Furs for your wife 11and daughter a Suit of clothes i IJ More Heat I q r aLess C aISqueeze out all the the chimney the hot air that ought 0 go through ym use Gases and smoke are combustibleif the Plans is taken to insure combustion l The Peck Williamson Underfeed Furnace works on scientific principles The coal is fd from under neath the gases pass through the flame instead of arisin- mit and are consumed and transformed into heat 2u iota of heat value is lost coal bills are reduced oneliai to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdem th the disagreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned tair furnaces We would like to send you our free book out it or have ou call at out store where these Furnace are on exhibition E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Heatiug and Ventilating Co Cincinnati 0 t I IB XIIf are Bound Ie to keep Your Trade i tThe advance business for fall has The opportunity for special bargains andsinice selections from new stock is yours Furniture Carpets and HJ Mattings Ia- nd if the goods suit we make the price suit IiII T IX 1 IAyersPiIRsWant ibeantifuibrowit or rich black Use ISugarcuarea IrLFrTlr JNGHAMS DY 1 DR MOFFlTTS JBBBCures Cholera Infaniurr Dysentery and thr Bowel Troubles of Children c A Any Age Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strength ens the Child and MAKE EASYCostsMother Hesitate no longer but save tho health and life c y TpowdcsEETHINAfomes the effects of the summers heat upon teething children EASt TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IOrCOKPOSATBD Long distance lines and telephones or almostanywhere Mlsslsslpptand thepeopleWe solicit your patronage Rates reason unsurpassedlAM t to CAL WELt iiflIWonderful c Demonstration Ir of the 20th Centu- ryCHEATER Slfl front of our store on MONDAYNOVEMBER No Smoke No Soott Heats the Floe r Onehalf saved iu fuel Fire ft I a guaranteed for five years DB SlHle HIDHIMIR iS5tL