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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rLiii T E = LIMAXII c I VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 DUMBER 26 Ye z Jo LoWATSONj 8 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON KY f Witha Cash Purchase of 4Qwe pay your railroad fare to Lexington and Return Buy 25 and we pay your fare one way New Autumn and Winter Styles AH the Correct Thing are here Womens New Suits to Satisfy Every Woma The wide range of corrnot styles the lowness of prices the superlorit- of quality tho exactness of lit thai equal custom m tdn wear is what make- the populariy of this deparme t cloth S its for practical and dress WIS at f18 to 25 hnng coat suits of Gray Tweed and long coat suits of Blac Clay Wottud t 30 to 35 New Long Coats These cots are styled for every whim that drtl sine dictates rnd fault leg In every respect is each In Its style Fur lined coats of rare smartness at 3fi and 10 Black liar eycons satisfyingly elegant 20 end 25 Plain and fancy mixed coats practical as well as dressy 12 to 20 Craven ette eons at tIn to 25 Misses cnatw gpf dial styc tan gray and mix t practiealNew Style Skirts They arc correct In style the quality unequaled st the prico the work man itp faultless 5 to 10 Broatcloth or Panama Skirts 7oO to 9 New fad gray skirts 8 to 10 New Correct Furs for Dressy Women We are showing many special offerings in scarfs and throws of selwtcd skins that are fan ties in style andworkmanship and rarely low price Oriental Mink Scarfs at 12 an 15 Fox Boas Isabel and Sahle 9 to 20 Muffs to match equtlly as low prices Fr nch Seat Cots 35 to 60 New Fancy Silks Exquisite in every respec the pick of tbe novelties of the season Pit ripe chan oeiblos Sco h Clan plaid Moiro effects very swell creations fur running waits nn artistic conceits i1 tu2 pr yard Colored Chiffoi Taffeta full 86 inches wide all color nnd black viluc 65 price 126 Crepe de Chune all shades pure silk tine and cripy 75c and 1 New Dress Novelties at 1 and 150 Here is where ue give you the beit values in the market Drape de Eti a1 shades mannish settings and blended checks all now at 1 and 150 Nubbly styles in pray suiting They are exclusive and are by far the prctli et thing we have shown In gray suiting Merode Underwear Fnultloss in lit and gnish No expanse is spared to make each garment perfect Every garment is shaped to lit being rut with pro i ion by expeii eased cutters who follow the most approved models SOc to 42 Big Values in Bed Covering I2b each Fine spreads 114 Vi7e h aVy satiu hnner comb effect lueilIs pttornl real value 175 SPrein1 values in comforts and blanks Kman strips and iovoity blankets 150 to 6 114 white blan littat i f and 10 the heat vlues ever shaw i Bed Comforts at 150 Laminate t cotton comforts 75 to 3 Elder Pown comforts 5 to 25 Special Sale of New Fall Gloves Two Clasp andnne button kid gli Ves in all ttia IIBW shades special anti i 86 La lius heavy walking gloves the now London tads apt Dial 125 Dainty Muslin Underwear Skitts gowns drawers cornet covers 25c to t3 Artistic dies rnaUnj and lilirs tail r ngIrs PenUeton till please you Jr LoWatson I = y IFURSA JlaHYnot be deceived by words See For yoUnseif Our Furs are well made Ve give value received every time Our knowledge and guaranteed are back of it at Reduced Prices IRepairiog and Remodeling a Spec- ialtyLowenthal L FURRIER KJ ie 1lnie 110 2nl W Main Street LEXINGTON 1 Jn Gi+ ods Fo- rMX X Scan now be found at our store 9 w nave just received the nicest line of all I sr tL he used in the house during the holiday J SH Frdsh JRaisins Figs Dates ILmd alt the ingredients for black Cakes Our Christmas line of O tree n s w are is one of the moit beauti ful and complete to be f found ii Central Ktntuek WI test iurv tli celebrated Kanawha Salt 1 the hest that can be had rot preserving meat JA Call and look over our stock before raakinga pur I I chases in anything in our line W t CovillgtonBro Main Street GROWS HAIR CURES DANDRUFF STOPS FALLING HAIR CRANI TONIC A Delightful Daily Dressing If You Have Hair Troubles Write Today For Free Bottle and Advice Crariitonic Hair Food Co 640 Bway New York For Sale at all Druggists Special Sale at PERRY THOMAS jJiA r aHainr a5snaw naut Home Made Have Your take muffing and tea bis cult homemade They till be fresher cleaner more tasty and wholesome n0Y Baking Powder helps the houses ecor nomicallyk fine and tasty cake the raised hotbiscuit puddings the frosted layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffins with which the readymade food foundat the bakeshop or grocery does not compare Royal is the greatest bakeday helps SOYAL BAKING POWDER 6ti NEW Ya8If News in Kentucky TWO DAMAGE SUITS They Were Filed Against Officers Who Killed a Negro Resisting Arrest Owensboro Ky Nov 10Mary Shaw a negress the widow of R A Shaw who was shot while resisting arrest for the murder oif Deputy Sher air Will Brown and the wounding of seven men filed two suits in the Han cock courts Among the defendants are Sheriff E G Bannon and Deputy Sheriff Thomas Kelley In one suit she asks for 10000 damages for the killing of her husband and in the oth er 1000 for household effects destroy ed ttt the time Seventeen persons besides the officers are named as tit tend nhl FOR BREACH OF THE PEACE Wife and Child Spurned Tandy Whd Was Sent To a Ceil Lexington Ky Nov 10 Pleading with hty wife in open court to with llriiw a charge of breach of the jjeacd find accept a divorce and 10 a week nllinony was the novel defense made by Scott Tandy when called for trial before Justice Bell The woman refused Ih listen He wax placed under a bond in default of which he wsli Sent to Jail When he was led away Tandy bought to kiss his wife and child but both spurned hint Woodfords Official Returns Versailles Ky Nov toThe vote glvdJsenator 822 James B Finnell repute repubIlcan14 Edmund Mulcahy for represenla tivo and the remainder Of the demo fcratlc county ticket had no app ish lion All One Way In Bell fancvllle Ky Nov 10 Twenty fcreciHcts out of 22 in Bell county on bmeial returns give J F Bosworth republican nominee for representative 1273 votes to 95 for Hiram Fee Indc pohdent democrat On the constitii tional amendment the same precincts voted Yes 422 no 588 bemocratlc Ticket Elected In Carroll Carrollton Ky Nov toTote en tire democratic ticket was elected in fchrrnll county by the usual majori ties Will ScHtierman republican was elected mayor of Carrollton The dem bcrats elected one councilman The constitutional amendment was not voted dn in this county Shot the Wrong Man Glasgow Ky Nov 10 John Combs a white man was shot in tho right side by Jim Shobe a negro As bombs was passing along the street he was fired upon by Shobe without warning Shobe claims he thought Combs waS another white man Shobe Is in Jail- Crushed To Death Under Engine Newport Ky Nov toI front of his home and in sight of several neigh bors Anton Rowenhort 75 was run down and Instantly killed by the in coming L N train on Saratoga street Both legs were crushed oil and the man was dead before he was picked up Election Official Arrested Bcattyvllle Ky Nov10Rich Watkins of Breathitt county one of the election officers of Oakdale pre clnct was brought here on a warrant charging him with stealing cattle in Wolfe county The sheriff of Wolfe county has arrived to take him to Compton Ohio Valley Medical Association Henderson Ky Nov toThe sev enth annual convention of the Ohio Valley Medical association which convened here closed after reelecting the old officers The executive com mlttee will select tho placo of holding tho next meeting Magoffin County Republican Salyersville Ky Nov 10 Magoffln county gives Griffith a majority of 300 votes over Munoov for representative- and gives Sewell a majority of 30C votes over Wheeler for state senator The entire republican cot my ticket was elected Death of Henry P Montgomery Georgetown Ky Nov toHeno P Montgomery one of the bestknown- and wealthiest citizens of Georgetown died after an illness of several weeks aged 67 years He was a leading law yer and president of the First Na tional bank Child Burned To Death Mt Vernon Ky Nov toAtLang ford this county the house of WIII Bishop was destroyed by fire lilt tenmonthiold babe perished in thai flames A neighbor rescued two of tile children Death ofJ Matt Gibson Richmond Ky Nov 1MatiGi- bson aged died suddenly hero tie was one of the best knowif and wealthiest farmers in the county His wife and ono son F M Gibson the well known railroad man survive him Result of An Electron Riot Owlngsvijle Ky Nov toAs the result of tnn election riot In Lower Rockhouse precinct Letcher county William Candill stabbed and fatallyi- wousdeA Stepboa Fraser Candlll was atrtirits4 JM aif 1 gwW aM w lI 1I FOREST PHARMACY NATTTBES REMEDIES USED BY MEN IN LUMBER WOODS For Every 111 or Injury There Is L Cure Obtainable in the Trees and Shrubs That Are at Hand There Isa pharmacy of the woods and some of its remedies are of won derful efficacy Few people in the outside world know that there Is produced in the pine woods a tonic and febrifuge greatIly resembling quinine in taste cacy But the lumbermen know It and owe much to Its properties when run down in health after seven months Of a diet of pork and beans bread t aIand frozen pork The sovereign remedy In these cases is pine apple Up among the branches near td where a dry twig shows that tHe great tree has Just passed its acme of gr6wth a drab colored fungus l1tIclings to the bark Tbls Is the pint apple of the woods Some woodmen use It as a powder chips cut from It being dried at the fire and rubbed down by hand Others use an infusion prepared by boiling It is a fine tonic acts gently as a diuretic and scatters feverishness rapidly It produces violent headache If used td excess and it is said to bring on insanity if used for a long time continu busly When the pine apple Is not available hemlock bark Is successfully used The bark is taken from a young Vigorous tree shredded and boiled until the liquid becomes Of a rich redbrbwtt color A large spoonful of this Is taken at meal times and acts as a tonic and purgatiVe That this should be its Ijti feet is remarkable considering that hemlock bark contains so much as tringent tannin that it is greatly used in the manufacture of leather This is also the great shanty real edy for horses When changes of weather are ire quent and the trapper or lumberman suffers from a cough he seeks a remedy in ii balsam tree Upon the smooth bark are blisters sometimes inches long and within these is a thin gum This contains fragrantI and a resinous turpentine worldfamed remedy where there rawnesS about the breathing IsI Balsam is also often used for cuts sores had has much healing virtue halrlIousln medicine and In the ceremonious bieansings by the Indians from times immemorialCedar is a valuable liniment and as a general pain killer had immense vogue at one time among patent medj iclne men Guides and trappers still- believe in It Every woodsman is a stanch believer In the virtue of skunks grease as an embrocation j Bears oil is often mixed with a crude kind of turpentine distilled from the old roots of a pine stump and it is considered to be of great value when rubbed upon the chest in cases of inflammation of the lungs or pneumonia In extreme cases a spoonful Is admin istered to the sufferer A poultice of well boiled basswood suckers is also highly recommended In- cases of lung trouble The bark of slippery elm is used in pulmonary troubles as a substitute for Irish moss and Is really when properly prepared a good nutritious and palatable food A decoction of cherry bark and spruce bark boiled and strained Is an old Indian remedy for coughs which has been largely sold under various names fpr years by venders of patent medicines The white trapper nowadays dissolves spruce gum in alcohol adds a certain proportion of the spirits to the barkmixture and sweetens the whole with maple sugar Perhaps the most experienced chemists could not prepare a better cough syrup than this makes great specific in cases of Incln IThe Is a strong tea made from bush roots fortified with spirits and made very sweet For scratches chapped bands and other sores woodland science fur nishes the most grateful ointment to be found anywhere It is delightfully fragrant mild sweet and of speedy action It Is mnde from the gum laden buds of tbe whitewood or poplar which Is often called from its value as a provider of unguent the Balm of Gilead tree The buds are boiled down with deers fat in proper proportion and a little honey is added as the mass cools That nothing tines In Its way has ever been discovered Is tbe corn monO verdict of all who have ever made use of It Literary Fame on Sale Fame Is now a merchantable com modity An English publisher has opened a shop in Rue de Richelieu Paris where he proposes to furnish unknown authors with reputations inIreputation 1000 celebrity 2400 literary glory guaranteed for 12 years IIJvoi Portraits at the salon sand artsI ir MAMMOTH SEA ELEPHANT Berlin Zoological Garden Mounts the Largest Specimen Ever Known A new and interesting attraction at the Berlin Zoological garden la a mounted specimen of a monster sea ale phant It can claim the distinction Of being the largest sea elephant that has eVef been killed It was found some 18 months ago by whalers off the coast of the Falkland Islands They promptly SUP rounded the monster and subsequent ly slaughtered Itno easy tasn and the hide with the raw skeleton was purchased at a high price by J F G Umlauft Some Idea of the size of the monster may ba gauged from the fact that from the tip of its tusk it has a total measurement of nearly 21 feet Such an animal when alive would weigh 10000 pounds or nearly four and onehalf tons The circumference of the body at list widest part Is some 18 feet The skull alone measures two feet three Inches long and one foot two Inches hlgbIIs In many ways an interesting creature So far as size goes he ran give points td the walrus but he is certain Exceptfor fairlylike all his kind He is about the bulk bf a hippopotamus altlicrUgH moro opentagseals the unique position of being c6m mon to both hemispheres although from the ardor with which he has been hunted very few specimens now exist north of the equator Just now however the sea elephant consejquently forms practically the ony population of many an otherwise lonely series of barren rocks in the Antarctic ocean His food consists chiefly if not en tirely of cuttlefish Formerly the ani mal was hunted by whalers upon all the islands of the Antarctic ocean notably Kerguelens Land and the South Shetland where they abounded In immense herds The creatures were hlubberThe tusks of the male reach a length of four or five Inches their external part being smooth and conical while the part Imbedded In the flesh is furrowed and slightly curved The tusks of the males are solidat the lower end only a slight cavity appears while in the female they are shorter and mOfedver almost hollow up to the point Sailors and seal hunters are thefemalesWings of pelicans supplying Suitable Stems for the pipe- sEMPTYHEADED AND PLAIN WHat king Alfonso Says of Prin ceases Vfhoia He Will Not Marry To the despair of His ministers ndI his mother young King Alfonso ol Spain continues his resistance to all their plans to make him marry any of the several princesses who have been suggested to him says a recent re portI know that I must marry some day he is said to have answered hiS mother not long ago and when the time conies I shall submit quietly but it seems to me that when I for the sake bf providing an heir to the throne consent to marry one of these emptybeaded plainlooking and Any yourlistfreedom before entering intd S loveless marriageWere I allowed like any other young man hot born td wear a crowrif to1 choose my own bride according to the dictates df my heart t should have no objection to marrying today but as it la my people will understand my desire to remain un Chained for a few short years Card of Chinese merchant A Chinese recently returned to his native country after residence Id the United States has brought back some of our business niethqds as his card will show He has d dairy farm at Noosing a village at the South of the Shanghai river and twd Eng lish cows furnish the milk which the card below advertises Fen Sung Kee Dairy Farm We open at Moo Sungfor sale the foreign milk the taste are sweet the milk are pure and the price are just We havent put any water in it if examine out wont pay a single cash Mexican Banking Devolopment The development of banking in Mexico is shown by the fact that dur- Ing the six months ended June 30 the combined capital of the chartered banks of the republic increased from 109600000 to 127356844 Following are some Increases voted Dance Central Mexicano 11000000 Dance de Londres y Mexico 6500000 Banco de Tabasco 100000 Banco de Tamaullpas 100620 Banco Commer cial Refacclonario de Chihuahua 50 000 Banco Naclonale de Mexico 27 027 total 17356844 No Use for Genius Of all desperately dangerous persons the brilliant surgeon is the most lamentable declares Sir Frederick Treves Genius is some sort of un calculated nervous disease and the usual men of genius are quite Impossible persons and entirely out of place in the medical profession where even cleverness is not to be encouraged ESCAPED GUERRILLA BAND Death of the Rev H D Fisher Famous in Early Kansas History at Baldwin Ban Kansas CltyMoRev H D Fish er who died at Baldwin Kan was one of the mot famous characters pro duced by thetrylng days of the border warfare In Kansas and the subsequent four years of civil war Because of his activity as a freestate man and his association with United States Senator Jim Lane Mr Fisher was marked by the Quantitell band and his escape from capture and death in the Law rence massacip is one of the most thrilling and remarKable incidents of that affair Fisher was one of the few men who ever refused ii United States senator ship When Senator Lane committed suicide Gov Crawford announced his Intention of typpo htfng Dr Fisher to fill the vacancy Later Dr Fisher said in relating his reasons for refusing the offer My vgtfe and I Ibid the matter before God ft prayer The decision was against cceptag the appoint went j iM 1r r l IEvery I Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all healthyhumanbodypasscs the heart once in every two minutes If this action becomes irregular the whole body suffers Poor health follows poor blood Scotts Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason w- hySCOTTS EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of goodwith the least pos sib k effort is the desire of everyone irt health Stofts tmiifsiori does just that A Change for the better takes place even be fore you ittt iflheM you a timpfc lie Be sure due tfiis picture irt the form of a libel u on the Wap fof every bottle of Emuhion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemisu 409 PeitlSt NV socentsandzooAll Sirs M F Arbuckles B P R icks up still the best Pullets all sold 30 pckuielft at from 100 to 500 each Address Silver Creek Kentucky nil 4t Phone 31 Kirkavilla Horldi Trip at iaull Cost Dan M liotvtnar editor of The Sun Versailles will conduct a ten ilhvs FloHdti tour leaving Lousville and Cincinnati via Southern and Q A c Tuesday November Jacksonville St Augustine Indian River Palm Reach Mhml and trip up St Johns River 44 60 pays all expenses ten days trip Six days our 3750 Write Dan M Bowmar Versailles Ky OCI25 2 Lost Saturday between Million and Richmond a walking cane with leer horn handle Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to Geo Million Million Ky orSCHLOSS BROS Fine ClothesMaKers1 BALTIMORE NEW YORK Doublebreasted SUITSFor Style says Dame Fashion Right again as usualand right here are the suits snappy in their stylish smartness We cant begin to show their unusual look of neatness and distinction in a rough sketch like thisyou will get a better idea from a mere glance in our window the next time you pass Slip theyfitSCHLOSS Everything else thats smart Jor Fall here Suits and Over coats 10 to 2- 5Our Cloak ant 5rParlors are filled up with beautiful new Cloaks and Skirts for ladies misses and children We ae 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 tbe newest Our qualities the best Our prices the lowest Try us 6n ladles and mens tine shoes Our La trance shoo for ladies suits every lady that wears iL They all fell right when they wear La France Shoes They know they are wearing the most uptodate footwear on the market q1alitieoTeht us shoe them np this fall and we will save jou a snug little sum on your fall shoes Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all merchandise before purchase this fall We can save you money on every article you huv We sell ev rything We buy in large quantities for cash and lindenell all competition Blankets and Comforts piled mountain high Get our prices and tee how mu h lower we ara than others We are agents for the celbraled HAWES HATS for men If you dont wear a Hawes Hat you donr get the best for your money Try one W D Oldham eo Richmond KentuckyI 4 The National Daily Review and The Climax Both One Year 150 d JuJIITO41- j S i GoodsIMy Entire Stock of Must be Sold by H REBARULESS F COST I 01- i T Ir Ii IC4 i jIIi7 = r J =E 7r j1 + dE j t v h PII i1rI Official Vote of Madison County November 7th rfiV PRECINCTS Court House West End- University East End- Chenault Forest Hill White Hall- McCreary Tipton Kavanaugh Waco Brassfield Beanvallow Kingston Blue Lick Berea rClay Duncannon Burnam Tevis Crutcher Poosey Biggerstaff Total Majorities 130 votes for Po REAL LANDSLIDE WAS THE DEMOCRATIC VICTORY IN LAST WEEK Democrats Caught Napping The Democracy of Madison county r Vt it mmr decisive and vet 5S It Tnsflay r II uti tbatd Ml Ui Bay hat tinrtv MIH diMiKei The facts 454 Dimply tlMie Apathy indiller firw httik tt uohufkiii Hght dScon H then lietiurbiug elements could Ut ignored in any careful calcula tion if the outcome of the contest lUfi llnt of thee distressing sinus WrHt inor fiMie limn reul and with omj H itt lml licketagaillttt our un oppoiad candidates naturally could not mure than simulate the proper interest in the contest until the real danger of defeat stared them in the face It was then that closer organization was effected more mutuality of interest manifested a deeper sense of personal responsibility instilled into each and every candidate whether he was without opposition or with it The Republicans had calculated upon just such causes as have been enumerated 10 enable them to pull through and it looked or a time that they had planned wisely and well In Kteau of nominating a lull ticket all along down the line as heretofore it was deemed expedient this time to try the experiment of attacking only those spots which wore supposed to offer least resistance and by concentrating their strength against said points to batter down the Democratic wall and enter the official sanctuary through the breach thus made in the fortiflca tionsSSleeping Democracy Aroused With twenty attractive offices to be filled the Republicans made but three dnomiuatiotlsand for Assessor The first two are the most lucrative in the gift of the people and the two most important But as the time approached for the election the Democracy under the wise leadership of Chairman J A Sullivan who hat all along striven to vitalize and crystalize the dormant power of the party and awaken it to a lively sense of its dangerous position there wont forth fK f tocsin tfwnr To Your Ten3 Israel and whereupon there rarely has ever been a more eager united and determined response from the gallant boys in the trenches From Bearwallow to flit ge retail from Berea to Poosey from Clay to Newby and back again to Richmond the battle cry resounded all along thA line Up and At Them Boys The stealthy footfalls of the gumshoe Republican officeseekers had finally awakened the unterrified hosts of Democracy from their false sense of security AndSO what a scene was that my friend The plow was left In the field the cow went witnout milking the diuner was left steaming hut untouched on the table but the horn of the hunter was heard in the- IIIIIIIIthe hunter for Democrats not yet awakened from their dangerous letli ny Republican Plans Fail The action of the Kepublicans in singling cut Broaddus and Johnson as the only prey of their usually insatiate greed was at first construed as a con fession of Republican weakness and the Democrats were for a time benumbed with confidence But later the real object of the movement was dis covered namely to prevent the unopposed candidates of our party from actively bestirring themselves as they would had thev all been given op position And so it went forth that tVdo HIS duty Whereupon the reawakened cohorts of un terrified Democracy flew to arms and all along the firing line were massed a phalanx of patriots waiting for sunrise on Tuesday No vernberjth to leap forward as one man to batter down the compact opposition The fray was fast but not furious for order reigned everywhere and when the clock struck four thinbeventful day nearly 3000 8baltotahadfalleninto their receptacles sealing the fatIof Republicanism so many aforhave senseCChairman Sullivans Great WorktThe results of former campaigns have usually been ascribed to the character of organization effected by the officers in charge and it is appropriate for us to yield the lallest meed of praise to oae truly deserving of our grail 781 78 74 78 SO 146 76 147 75 144 75 76 75 160 102 1661 167 166 J6 164 97 158 94L161 160 162 208 204 204 206 213 76 206 S4 ID4 81 200 201 201 141 141 141 141 149 129 149 129 142 126 141 141 140 116 114 114 114 115 70 118 80 115 77 114 115 115 hR 111 111 111 114 69 111 71 107 69 112 110 110 151 151 151 151 155 103 156 103 148 103 152 151 150 171 100 169 169 169 59 170 57 169 56 169 169 169 185 136 185 185 185 65 184 65 188 65 188 134 185 129 128 128 129 129 gOt 181 91 129 901 128 128 128 182 129 129 120 19rt 120 ThO 115 120 117 120 128 135 59 58 5S 57 53 124 61 115 58 116 57 56561 184 131 129 182 120 136 181 124 122 129 129 129 l 16 124 121 131 129 121 124 121 125112 124 85 83 82 83 83 156 85 155 84 149 82 46 4S 49 45 43 155 46 151 48 150 44 47 45 89 90 88 88 88 166 00 162 J 161 88 90 88 107 106 106 106 106 105 126 106 125 106 106 106 io 158 158 157 160 721 160 74 158 70 157157 156 149 146 14S 148 153 148 108 148 103 147 147 146 105 103 103 103 105 651 105 4j 102 61 104 104 103 SO SO 80 80 82 80 131 80 181 80 80 131 131 131 130 182 129 144 180 L 130 130 13 140 180 181 1391 1321 15V7 1S5 134 131 1301 188 135 2945 2923 2919 2915 2955 2672 2946 2640 2672 2608 GOO 2903 2820 283 297 282 t 3 wers not certified 88 for Powers certified giving for 282 80 Votes for Wagers Not Certified A MADISON ytrifler8the HON J A SULLIVAN Chairman Democratic Committee tude and credit for his vigilance in ustry and sagacity in the manag ment of thia memorable campaign the lion A Sullivan Chairman It is conceded that no individual citizen of Madison has more frequent and Important demands upon his professional services nor one private inter t epgrossingItanmoro gratifying to the party to witness lie self sacrificing devotion of suchan one to its welfare in a crisis Like those yeomen Democrats who left their oxen in the field their dinners on the table etc he neglected his manifold personal affairs until the echo of the last shout of victory had been hushed- ni slumber on the next morning after the battle But not one whit of credit shall be withheld from that gallant army of privates who went forth to war with the common enemy once they heard the call to arms All honor to these the high privates and the boys in the trenches all all did their duty nobly and each has a claim upon the partys gratitude for a victory more noable than any other in this county since Heck was a pup Only four votes less than three lien dred majority Is a far cry from the condition of the party two weeks before the election when all was uncertainty The result See yonder tablea fable full of good things figures Ilia tell a tale of gallantry and glory no exoelled in the political annals of the county Pleas Buck and BlllV Victory Analyze the returns and you will find that affectionate rela the Cousin Pleas Broaddus ran likesa ekeered dog of the greyhound va riety so fast that his honorable oppon ent George Todd looked like he was driven in theground And yourUncle Buck Johnson the grizzly veteran oftDemocracy and prototype of pure hospitality flew under the wire with sixteen out of twentyfour pre cincts tied to his coattail aoppoitiollentered the Surveyors race at the eleventh hour and came in winner like Uncle Buck with sixteen precincts in his inside pocket But let us tell of the various standard earers of Democracy after saying truly that Messrs Todd Shearer and Parrisb Republican candidatesrespect for Sheriff Jailer and Surveyor re all gentlemen honorable and re- spectedcltizens against whom the limax has but one single complaint are not Democrats We entirely agree with our neighbor the Register in its estimate of the one contest in which probably more hopes more fears more smiles and more tears were centered than all others that of the Sheriflalty The distinctive form J that constantly loomed up on the horizon at morn with a smile as broad as the rising sun and the last to disappear from view long after the god of day sank to rest neath the amethyst sea was the colossal figure of Pleas Broad dus He liad toiled ansI struggled watched and prayed for years for the one office above all others his heart most cravedthat of Sheriff and tbe people had long ago caught the ardor of his desires and seemed to sympa thise with the justice of his claims and with the eternal fitness of things in having him fill that most important station And so it was to be and so it- sI that your whole hearted trueheart P B Broaddus Sheriff ed Cousin Pleas will if God lets him ive reap the fond fruition of his long hopee on January 1st 1906 And looking at vou COZ May you emerge from official life with friends no less numerous because you causinghose fillingithbad a part and parcel in your glorious victory Buck Johnson Jailer Buck Johnson who defeated his opponent Mr Shearer 297 almost 300 votes is an Interesting type of man loyalto 78 70 II 76 75 76 75 13 It178 167 164 1591 i60 161 156 157 208 205 20nl 2M 203 200 1051 loh 196 HISI139 141141 13 140189jl 1 0 13t 1 0 l GOOJ 590 583 592 584 578 500 574 507 509 i p H 1 Constitutional Amendment Af 1 J IFOR 1509 t i G4INSJ 1334- ry Bonds For Erection ofCity 1all1 FOR 140 AGAINST 280 t J School Board f JOHN ATLlfANi V i 553 A D MILLER 457 W EDGAR BLANTONd i 429VIL C STOCKTON I 423 threeholdoerswhose tprms expire January Ut 1108 jf I votes not Powers Surveyor a total majority of h J whose everybodys a heres y w 1 principle devoted and a Democrat in whom there is no guile He will make a model proprietor of Castle Lackey vigilant in thedischarge of the duties of Jailer humane to the unfortunates in his charge hospitable to the wayfarer and kind to the needy that knocks at his door for succor in dis tress He ran a superb race when he won the nominatjon a vear ago and that was fine training for his recent sprint when he came out first with Shearer also ran R W Miller Representative lion Richard White Miller was reo elfHted Representative for his second term and for the second time without opposition within or without his party a record never achieved in the lIs tory of MadUon Mi Miller is a leading candidate for Speaker of the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislature nd If merit wins its just reward he will be successful In his ambition to preside over the next General Assem blyof Kentucky N B Turpin County Judge County Judge N B Turpin after winning his nomination by a large ma enjoytheharassed y opposition from the Re publicans this time He has made an putictealportant office and has endeared him bylilt Jesse Cobb County Clerk Hon Jesse Cobb Little Jess has given the lawyers and litigants such great satisfaction whether they art dotugadministration was endorsod by his op ponents inasmuch as they offered him ounlyClek R H Crooke County Attorihyw RHzr charge of his office one of the ripest le gal minds in thin section of the state He is richly endowed with all the men tal equipment to make conspicuously popularinare in this community 01 distinguished members of the Kentucky Bar Mr Crooke ha been a hewer of wood and drawer of water in the Democratic party for twenty years and has borne uncomplainingly repeated defeats until many men of less sincere political convictions and loyalty would long since hay snlked in their tents Rut not so with Harris Crooke Try as you may you cannot recall a canvass in this county for a quarter of a centuary that he did not have a part in it as an eftec tive worker actively on the hUltin and in its councils No one begrudges this popular citizen the reward that has at last come to comfort him In hisodage John Noland Supt of Schools Professor Jolm Noland our new County School Superintendent not only comes from one of the staunchest families in this sectionbut he is in fact a man of so much intrinsic worth mental cultivation Individual force and adaptability to his stew utilce that the whole county Is to be congratulated upon ohfaininjr his services in this rA Fponsjbln position of School Superin tendent Prof Nolnnd was an honor graduate of Central University subse quently teaching in the OaMwell High School and acting ns its principal for several years up until title time He is the rglit mats in the right place Boyd P Wagers 1887 Assessor represented memleraMrupon that ticket was given no opioji oftilethe most honorable in the gift ofacounty therefore Mr Wagers may thathastial people That he will discharge its tOhimselfhopedS Robt E L Biggerstaff Coroner The last upon the county ticket is ELeefirmliessynonym for honesty industry and capacity He holds the office not ass Rtrlbltionbutfriend to corapllmeritlilm by putting nominationforsary to tell the people that Bdb Bigger staff would accept the nomination and it was given to him over a popular and strong opponent Mr Biggerstaff will professlonaIlyspeakin Coroner in Madison having been a successful funeral and em niJhhtrymptamn hiefriendjl 0 1 b iC j r= Mr W Fwers entering the coo pastdnonlie natives by his runaway race fur Surveyor Mr uas been in active Democrat and the party owed nm something for services rendered in he past He waanlwavs subject to call rom his party and never turned a deaf tar to her app als As a Surveyor we laveMr John McKHimas word fur It that whilst Mr Powers is not a pracii ltl sirv 5yor like his opponent still Billy cats Sthep it oil just as well The following magistrates and con ilables were elected in the Cimt5 to epreseut their iesjsctive ifistiict White EhitilAlex Black Ii MaeU rate Peter Biggerplatf n Constable MagistrateEdEllistonMM BtoughtonRMagis rate Win Ogg R Constable MagistrateStfve MagistrateHKirkavi lie olllns Coy D Magis tiate Frank Tussey Constable MilliqnAJas H Jones R Magis trateAlherf Bogie R ConstableI The tiiy Officials There was practicallya clean sweep or a new deal in the personnel of the new city administration if we exclude from the purely city adminis tration the names of Magistrate Dykes mayboclasfrom these eight of the ten city offi cials elected are new comers the Mayor five of the six Councilmen AttorueyfMaupin Councilman stood for re electron True some of them had form erly held ofic as below stated None of the city ticket had opposiiion in the final election C E Woods MayorfFor our new Mayor It is easy but use toulerlatlveslhecharacter arid fitness lor tile office if put Into type by actual measurement would cover two whole pttges of this paper President Lnndramof the Ken mucky Pres Association bears out this statement when he says We have never known any one man to receIve as many nice notices from the State press as have been showered upon our friend clarence E Woods WIlD is a candidate for Maxnrof thd city of Ricimond The newp per boys know Clarence WiOls they know his manly sterling qualities as a citizen and asa man they have learned to love him and want the people of his town to beyondhisa Chief Executive who will no only keep her affairs in tip top shape hut one who will let the outside world know that she is on the map and has advan tages for investment of capital and placthtJClarence E Woods The newspaper men ot the State do not wish to butt in hut wo believe we voice the sentiments ol the entire press of the State in the foregoing article Ifwe know any mans heart and NrWoodsplatformimdis half a chance Citizens of high and low degree may confine in him and if nuch will only cooperate with him and his excellent Bourd of Council his administration wil be pointed to as the model and pattern for years tocome When asked for some message to the accompanythispoem reserving Ins hopes and plans for seatinvitinrGOod give u Men A time like tIlls demands Clean jnindu pure heats true faith and ready hands Men who possess opinions and a will Men whom desire for office does not kill JuyMenwhoTall men suncrowned men who live above the fog In public duty and in privae thitikin Men who can stand before a demagogue And denounce his treacherous flatteries with out winking For while base tricksters with their wornout creeds Their large professions and their little deeds weepsWrongsleeps Judge Jennings J Greenleaf the newlyelected Police Judge has a classical military and IFeltl education a graduate of Central University and also of the Law of the wasCHptalnfeudal wars with as much distinction as at State Encampmenrs when he Apohoinand the idol of the gentler sex He organized it company of State Guards menufollowedpaign for Police Judge with such n solid and impregnable front that his candidacy for the nomination over ont ftnrlfntJudges importance Thos H Collins Cit Attorney ThomasFLColhiims Departtfla practicing lawyer at thus Bar fot some years although an experienced ittiligequipmnnfora sound knowledge of Law and Agri ColIInslsmination to do right and to execute the boglnwhereJudge James D Dykes was againre Matstratewill continue to glv the high clasp Characterizudhim lnnportancoofno exaggeration to say that it should bV certainlyJssition in the county Whereas the arelargelyt James D Dykes Magistrae Council the Magistrates composing the Fiscal Court of the county have the financial affairs of all the people in their control Hence men of probity in dustry intelligence and courage should be the only ones selected to these vitally important positions Judge Dykes belongs to this class Need more be said concerning this popular gentle man J H Allmau Chief of Police Captain Jas H Allman performed the rest arKable feat of defeating in the primary live popular competitors hy a majority exceeding the total of their stiength This tribute to his efficiency anti popularity will no doubt establish him more firmly if possible in the de termination to do his whole duly in tht very responsible and tryinmz position lie lois filled with such signal credit to himself aud to ttie city We under stand that the finessed forfeitures from arrests and convictions in the ity Court has reached nearly four thousand dollars per annum a sum exceeding that collected at Lexington from the ame source This achievement re- leets credit also upon our retiring Pity Judge Hon Henry C Rice Mepsrs Jesse Dykes James Potts and Wm Maupin subordinate members of the Police Force who were reelected b the incoming Council at the latter caucus last Friday This action was taken after mature deliberation and may be construed as an endorsement t o dnriigheirPap Scrivner again rejoices ovei election as Constable in thin bailiwick No complaint was ever uttered against his official or private conduct lie is a r inaikable success in this position for which he authorizes the Climax now xnd here to announce him a candidate a the end of him new tenD A very striking characteristic about Pap IP that once yon place an account in his midnighldJjaltureafflicting efficacious duns of this omul present indefatigunble Constable He is like Aunt Jemimas plaster The more you trvto get it oil the more it sticks the faster THE NEW COUNCIL The Board of Council is worthy of some analysis tn its personnel For instance upon it we shall have in the person of Mr T T Covington an ex Mayor PX Councilman ex School Trustee and leading merchant Richard J McKee Councilman successfulevery citizen if Richmond for his rugged honesty industry aid fidelity to the citys best interests He was for years one ot the most expert trusted and popular gangers in the Govern ments service and probably would be siunedtikeblue Deirocrat W S Oldham Councilman When the primary for the selection ocrnrredAplliceived by far this largest vote was iMr urmitimptealer bIgvote l1uthiHillAcndemsequent business career that it would justlypopular JenaSngrf Maupin Councilman T lnMr otirlnupon road comstrttctlba c J A Mershon Councilman Mr Mershon an exCouncil IIn eXChief of Police and ex of tho Fire Department T T Covington Councilman In addition to what has been satd above ahont Messrs Covington Maupii and Mershon it need only be addn that they reenter the public servin with previous fine records which mad them invincible at the polls In pn vale life in public service and in thit ii business careers no act of theirs hut been impugned by recorded criticism aud they bring besides the helpful aid- of experience to the discharge of theii responsible duties G W Gates Councilman In Mr G W Gates un ex membei of the Kentucky State Senate from the comity of DavjesK late super in tendent of the Kentucky Varehoiise Distilling Co and more recently superintendent of the Richmond Electric it Power Co THE BoAim OK EDUCATION The three newly elected memhers oi the Hoard of Education are Messrs John Allman Ansil D Miller and W expireJanZ T Rice Con Taylor and Harvey Douglas All are well known business men of this city identified with its John Allman best interests Mr Airman is the popular meat merchant of West Main street honest upright and conscien hoes in all dealings respected fur his clean private and puilie life reelected to the Hoard of Education as dorsement of his devious servjcel thereupon Z T Rico The boldover members of the IJoird of Education are ton well known to need extended notice slid w0 reserve space and praise to do them full justice when the time arrives for the ordeal C A Taylor through which their newlypiec ted colleagues have just passed Suffice Bay evervhndv knows Harvey Done vlorI W li Douglas except fco iti5 for the public weal They haveI thisconductoftlucirvite the coseat bcrutiny of their public Thennlillnin such publicservants so long as theYhave no secrets apzr1t from the people ilIbfinall wltbrIleading a icelved a University education hereat rev 1 byoungtoward to ina dhatedan benostralllterlOavense to ourschoi11for the eumlargtinent pi our schools of IIandnecetlAitlesort of our children We confiden ii champJOnofem S liceatiment ita t t rf 0 IiJIL qt A D Miller Mr A D 1olillerEditor and Manager if the Climax announced his candidacy for Trustee only a very few days before he election and received a large vote f confidence in his fitness for the new positionwhich may well bo construed careerIJan 1st next A native of Estill he came here about ten years ago and has narved a place for himself In the hearts of the people of Madison to be envied hy thousands of hei own native born citizens As a School Trustee he will evince the same deep interest in the welfare of the people ao when upon the Council where hestond for the enforce ment ot the law economy honesty and asquaredeal for all With a newspaper at his command he will contimio to npply the taxpayers with a regular Insight into the doings of nil our pubIo servants which alone deserves the lasting gratitude of this people who desire and demand the fullest publicity about this great corporation every taxoayer large and fcmall is a stockholder whose health happiness neace and prosperity nr6 so larselv entrusted to our publicofficials CE Jr Caucus Nominees rot Subordinate Uty Offices Accortill to a custom of the Councils 01 Richmond bfre entering upon heldFridaylid ate for each of the appointive posi theCiythelayorelectfollows briefly stated plectedCtllirmllnelect Woods made Secretary An Agreement was drawn and sigr ed by all that those peusumis HleiUtd by ballot would receive the unanimous vote of the Coisicil upon its fiSt a ernbly on Vloiiiirfv ceinlier Jili or at a ISle iidonidayiiiAccorditMly petitions for the various places were mead midas where petition were filed any member was allowed to announce rnibhclv or vote privately without announcing any us her candi dates Is wits also agreed to Imp the uponthean election In case ofa tie three votes for one candidate and alike imm tohecicleyore oily in such cases The result of the various ballots are tubulate and certified and are open to all citizens at time office of Mjivorelect Wools The result of the balloting was ParisHookkeperyears the trn ted aiilsfliient Secrets rv ol the Elk Lodge anti pitfwssini all time requisites for a list chit clerk iarkeeCashier theIuistoryheritae to this present generation of probitywisdomFor City Collector otto and only one name was presemited anti i waseeconded C by LONeIlpopularofficial Rskingtribute to Capt ONeil WashDerrunirerheld the position and is classed as an expert rock man arid his friends declare he will with the new facilities added since last lie was Commissioner make a record as good as the fine record of hits predecessor Mr Beecham Lackey The three members of the Police jfCaptDepartmentieneral Ivllte which speaks more than mere words could do here For Assessor Mr G W Trim Dealh byhisan eagleeyed fearless piocurer of in tyflycaused a more equitable distribution of she burdens of taxation McCarthyreforms in tile department which will generalyoweuien whi risk life health position and othertlIhey forthomMondayOelemhertil Monday January let The first probablywith Mayor Tevis presiding when the Iectldformallynew Board Parsifal The company which will present studLuesdayanced stud probably as near perfect as careful selection and thorough rehear PfOJIleeellwith flue spirit into the mystical sig giviligaperflctlysatlslaclory hidifficult reIngreatdegreethe draws ciimnmnds TIme faitff Pr iiitrysreuseAs a spectacle Pa al IMIIby lIe srs Mnrii Hurt y i w ut specia note Ilie s CIiy is a amidpainters oftheto awaken Pars ft by showing him thus shrine and the Holy Cup anti second bllOlUPIIKin ivelJTuesday saleheapnovlS 2tn The ladies of the Baptist Church have organized a Ladies Exchange to IIIHUJtueley buyfromDonation Day annualdllDation Tuesdayeforeas been held for a great many years nu all friends are asked to remember ue date and be liberal with their gifts For Rent Our Store Boom 100x18 ft on Main street Elegant office rooms either single or lightsnti andLJNO GTAKLOBSOX Telephae 192 tf f i I I i 1 l t y r s 1 8 i 1 ie I I i r v 1I FOR 1 SA LE t 200 Bttie Grass Farins atidv Valuafel Town Property Tne ni nl11onQ nea Ette AgcGr l RICHMOND KY of Hue St Girry Harrodsbtirg Ky fin 7QOrA fine dairy farm of 53 acrejs just out sWo city limits of Richmond Ky New eight room j double story frame dwelling with bisoment Rnd water works larget stock barn new 64x100 portion P ranged especially for dairy Well wHteiPd and fenesIall n grass a fine location Price and terms reas D onable ar No 70177 acres fine blue grass it land two and oneh Of mtlns from Richmond on one of tbl1 bnt pikes In the county duelling of flVe ronfils tare Stock barn solonttdlvwatcrecltat pood neighborhood nrt1 Iq certainly jj cheap at the price f 650 pr acre v No ot To1bacres of flrstolass iflnd two miles from itichriiond nil H In grass is Verr productive ansi teatloptetttOQlrPII1s coibiUon to this cotinty Well walprnd ant fenced The improve rn nts consist ola handsome residence of ten rooms in splendid repair all necessary outbuildings a bJRirT stock barn almost new eiIsp uiprieil just the right distance from fl No townIand thr land has been in lime jrass for years bqpn and H adopted ti the j II th ofm heriiji tobacco corn or wlipat has r Jffd fencing and an ahiindance offsto ekrator A seven room new cot tage house with bath good cpllar all other necessary outbuildings Ths on is located just right and i anretopea8eIq thNograss line sod onehalf mile from Richmond smill residence of four Ijromstered and fenced and will be sold worth the money jfn 7fl5145 pores two and one J rp half milp nut on one of the most popular pikes loading into Richmond ir- Ri 1 sldpnce is a tenroom frte mod ern in construction and has all needV od conveniences All smaller ont ImiMings nnd two good stock b rni one teuant house Fencing is In per foot repair good carlen and plentyt of fruit and sliule This is ereii one of the prettisst homes in the i oniity and is ehapet theIwt BkednttNo 706200 acres about one and onshalf miles west nf Richmond on a food pike all In blue grass except Uln garden V orchard residence of six rooms anicdl npflessirv oiithnlld Ins A part of this land is virgin soil and most til will produce hemp tnbacco ThiS is a rare opportunior tv to get a fine firm as this kind is n seldom offered for siK Terms easy room jfo 707liltnUret tohnnco land One taile from pailU Uck ltv one Ihrd in grass balance cf p two tcnnrl Uni hdiieps three barns under goodm ten never fiiiling water pr airn easv and possession to Qiit plireher IWNiUn mile fnni Richmond Rood ten sore tobacco barn st ck barn two rnaiiencpfl cn be divided into two fqm piling residence with each Th fnrm i s mo tlv in gra s well fenee xnHin watered jricetl prftore No 70975 acres fine landat RlrkivUI Kr dIved into four Ji r t r in ovprv field part of hnbalance in i the in i u C1t111IIlInrhil1anll wIlt grow to 0 ht hpni eo or wheat One IB n1 Ih rh l0ct good schools and enIt til villnge flf Ki kvlle RM Ii ir rfl 1W sftl with I li n- X 7V 116 Horp4 htul onehitfm- 11 tftn nitv limit all in yrrtsp vv ti41t6r rnil sjxrom jr a fi rh rd g d6 and njr I Is v h g IiI t MHSS d i n tfno per acr o T N 71 Dtt a vm two mil frm H hmiil wih elgtnt tan ronm Pt n tbic 0 and stock birn 4l and good feniinv Sirn P sin jVffl Innuary 1st 190- 6Prio5d0 FA y term s mNih m ft s5ae n plk 8 rniUs Rteh Pv farm N Purl v till In gra and is well equipped in nerd hIs n fxcjietit frauio hoiye of t r in 4o d burn s d out hifl4stisek oal plenty o VAt Iff vliStl Thin farm isa flee producer and will pay well on y t mlI PUltHltt 5SlV rs I undid land 7 niiWitiih of liihiumiil In ono of the t seo ons of1 sun o uh tyan on a good pike A splendid rustience of eight rooms in good repair two barns splendid young or chard well wat fenced A nice home and a gOt mriu Pr 90 per acre 714100 acres unSnipr ved If dai in grass 8 mils rUI 1 wn TM firm is very frtile ansi a mon m kcr Puce reasonable and will be sold on ong time Town Property No 100 Two end oneliMtf norip wth elegant bri k resulenre of tn rooms hah and cellar JsI com uimli ti Ptubln piiiiltrv blUjM and ii her ou building gond grden and frtljnn fruit incite on 0ft of be t IifSidenoe streeU i Rlifinioiid pr ii lSoo Terms liberal No 1101Nice two tory sixro m resilIence on a good street nenr ce1 ter nt the city lot 45x2n feet good 0stableJirstclass condition and is a yen dr nibi home and cheap at 2oo No Ilo2 Twostory brik re1 denciajrif ten ro ms nn West Mal BtrfA kitchen hall bath room at Abasement front and side pcrcbe Innirt4ltoaIlofemfirn1itHuildltigsortrado for farm viUdifew opportunities to get tbn Kindiv a Ni103One acre lot with good 8ix rooni house orchard qlnble and otherf ontbuilrling good jiarden in Mfksvjlie Ky A good business has excellent schools and lidchEheicounBootioa with his Pol1Jrt- If i i Hdriodsburg UNo8bargaInWaterNo as mom rottsu and 4 acres neAr it4 on pike Will exchange for town jroperty iramedwelllnanvill pike eec mile from town Price loWI No41 A1rie1roi wHnC MncV Letgto9rcet JLnllnltloa tljtelqr nn PInni with bath e1r zntl all lanii1front with flwrlUni S nii 4 i i nn Rood nlcB t miof fAteofcn1tittn f A twoenantSnjlienThJIAOIarroibelrghnn e crib and diary Terms easy Ldaterp4 irnrovp4iSflalleoutbaltlnrs njinand ontbnlMtmtn Pries 7i per acre tIetsbacbtrna4li arre blue a lied well fncpd ntitilldlngs lnilletNU7 acreqnn Rattrvn Ik outbuildiosgaundance in Pirmroom dwMln r unit 4 room tnRt hon pcdivIsIon natonr il 11otbtTTrrno1hnrrr n dwllIp S hrms I ohc hq 1I veillter4 ClInreoodXoZM 1M ere on llTiTHI nit mile6 room dwe1ijn barn and oatballitlnfW onjpnnfimpllinel11tS Price tow No9r 170 arr In VathlnitAh otintv Hnptfraia except it acres Price f250b iidwel1lnl1ltoodVojnj pfnrtHa Rait i4ve7511irwpI1 will trlnhmn or tobxccnft Improvert of Wo nil 177 arrefl a mile rom I nv1e nd ron ltarnainr r fprtili 7 dwelling barti etc f7Jfl 2o No 4 1M n llverSmIleju nut nnrtfsIonintinity 6 room dwelling barn US per acre p11ccflryement No 27S 550 acres miles from towp im irovornentV 1W erpa well Improve 7 room lllne tock and toHacco bard etc No 277 nntmnrovrd land well fencd improvement50oVo 981 loP irroV mIle nit land anI inlMlne wood condition JS n r iir W 111 211 epc r flteLi law hr frntn D TlMe Tinl in fine itteltfa6lo w1I 1evdwith room bona bTn fInd n hnlldlnini- No Wl 5 n f tnld land on Ttllre nnlnIMI1tt JNwellne and oil neid t nrovem nts- Vo IK J ne on piVel nd feHilo five m fme tltrellncr hnmu nnd all outbuild tiIrv hlacVumltli hop NI II e n nIrc mIl nntlQnst nitJve w1t rpnd wtrd room welllnrr tenant hones barn outhnllillngn- Tf ln 37 arIImall two rOOm dwelling firer aim 3n 2l1 na rrP nfjm land mill nt Ptanorfl lr modern moon i111ncinm nd ontbnlldlnen Prc low No II 2i5ari2mfleo radr on hiciiiT ran roved with Iar8e two story welitnir ftc Vo l7 2Z acres In Hiirodsbarg with om dwelling Vo afVlsnen Mtnm nd timber MnrY of tar Find I hottom land oni HII well Ininjr1A wish 3 dwellings barn outtrallklnra Wo lU 11 rood tohirro laid in nt tiqfof rnltlynto mod f nrlngsind oil waterwl two or 10 i orn dwellinc two and outbulHlpg Price I72S- aon 4 tiTff i l hrenm cStage and rn in town limits prieeSltflO- ye0 sil m are of flrt clause land4f le out nnItOi1 nlke flne location five room welling birn ftf well fenced and watered No 305 2 acres and good room Richmond Real Estafe Agency 5mrx btflff Richmond Ky r Rue k Curry Hnrrocisbiirtr Ky ihE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD At all Saloons Groceries Cafes and Stands lie a Bottle THE LIVER QUARANTINE w TAXING IDS MEALS OUT ICHnmed has ruined many a stomach The digestiondestroying process is gradual often at it a short time until the liver lidBut the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills the man who endeavors to economize time at the ejc of his CA torpid1iver causesaquarantincoC- them system It locks germs and poisons and affords them full some serousi1lness- cmn familkswhere Floweris used a sluggish liver and constipationar known so are all stomachaitments wen as indigestion dyspepsia headaches and biaderafiee tions No vrellregnlated family thoul- bewithontthisstandard a Two sizes 25C and 7SC Alldruggits For sale at RC Stocktons drojsatare a f l iT VS J a DlIf JHKNAUL1j1f1 ATTORNEYS 4T LAW RiCHHomt IKlqTvcx ChentsJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW el RICHMOND KENTUCKY WpttD W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND i REAL ESTATE AGENT four Business Solicited Satisfaction Guakfales- dRrOHMOND KY Dr ct G Perry and ItEUours8IOtoOffice with Dr Bales over Rice ArniVs Hfs Tere 525 BICHMONf 10 u MI11ERerAnOENST4LAW- Ricnitoicb gJlftUOXT Office n the Btirnsm Building next door te the irmer1 National feb3ly t A SULLIV A ATTORNEY AXLAW as RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust oosite Court Hohse on Main treetit It Burnam A It Burnam Jr A R BURNAM SONtj flrOftNESATLAV is clIB HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store I Phone 382 ilicMMOND kV Dr Fred S Smith Dentist llobsoniiolldine PHONE KKHMOND KENrtJCKY Absolutely Prevents kin BLOOD POISONINGfl There is a new product manufactured Louisville KyTcnovyn as Iaracamph Aid to the Injured which habproven an absolute preventive of if applied immediately afte any of wound Para amph 13 a combination of rare cooling oothing balmy oils and camphor ant to its remarkable relieving of itlpublic institutions where a great many are employed Paracamph opium morphine norte Hence it is a safe clean pureT which should be kept in every to ba used in case of emergen Mothers will find it far superior tc 11immentsstraight to the interior cells soothing ttu aches And pains nourshing the nerves the muscles drawing out the fever nd inflammation by inducing perspira It ia the most perfect externa piilication that has offered to tin SubliCi and the discoverer is to be con tu ale4 for bestowing upon the Amer aroducthat is unequaled for the cur Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings out The manufacturers guarc intee every bottle t9 give satisfaction sc chances art takta by trying Para earhph It is sold only in 25c oOc and SlOO bottles by ail good dro rists or sent direct upon receipt of price Manufactured onlvby The Paracamph Company f Louisville Kya 300000 corporation FOR SL LE BY Perry and Thomas vM Blanton z DENTIST 43Office Bennett Building nly TELEPHONE 196 PUEUC KOTICE At a meeting of the City Council pM in he Hall in Riclinnml on Jondav September 25 1W5 woe ordered by the Omncil that WHEHEAS itis deemed rwetaary to nir an indebteiliiF of Finn Thous itt Dolars the payment flf whhhIot be made without txeertit ti t me SOd rfveiii fur this vear notice uivHii nf an election hv the quali jl plpcorsot tle town to determine vliothr fcuch iiulebtediiPFB shall w curred The amount of the proposed indebt mess is Fifteen Tlioiifand Dollars IhM pnrpoRp for wbch it is to be raised a the erection said fittimr np ot a new Iv Hall Time amonn of money t is Ill IIIId pscli vcnr is Ole Thoiisarid- O lars to ronpitiite a plnkinj fund bri- mp pavment of the principal and six r Iellt interest additional upon the rivtpal ilnht It ill ordrred that this notice he pub hPd for at last two weeks in BOIIIP wpllJAr of eetieral circulation in Hvhmonci Kv that R poll IIP opened il that it vote on the foregoing propo juan behad of the qualified lectors f the Citv at the next cenoral election lit Nvmhr 7rli 1905 fITNEIR my hand this the 26th day II September 1005 D R TEVI Mayor TTKST W H WHITE City Clerk LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP To Points in the West aid Southwest October 3d and 17th lorember 7th ad 21st PetemberSth tad MlhMOS C13SOURI PACIFICIRON MOUNTAIN SYSTEM Tickets bear liberal llmff and stopover privileges affording an meUert opportunity to visit the territory that particular atten Uon of the homeseoter and tor For descriptive literature and further tutor marion address H O TOWNSEND Q P and T A BT Louis Mo- A A GaLL GHER D I A 410 Walnut Street CneinnaM Ohio NEWYORK CLIPPER18 THE 8REATE8T THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD s 400 Per Year SlBgte Coy 10 Cfc ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUS CO LW PUDLISHERSn KILLTHECOUC AND CURE THE LUN wmnrKingsNew ricer190 aret and t Cure Iorli THBOAT and LUJraROUJo- L1I or MOKirr BAor Ale by B 0 S ekB 0 iv 1NSIN f3 SHIPS NEXT Model i tie Naval Academy Shows Bow Bulkheads Xay B Cloud By Agency of Blectririty TwcAnnapoUs systemftJrlision or other accident by means orot upwaysas given before the officers of the mao hhatalere s representatimesant Of Cleveland O This Is one otns elmtinebeth motSonInay sueofewIng11C9 theRlwaticontrollers motore tend pelled stations These were ali booty operated In a smooth and satisfactory manner and the whole forms one of most Interesting devices in the whole building longantiOystand hatchways in the ship ffdrri a ceil tral dtatlon placed on the bridge jliiit and If the officer could reach out arid coal i this hateLfiuc on of the ship that Is the system flf again tbnitfructfon by which the vessel 13 partitioned oft Into watertight com partments By this prompt closing dieDa1 Cssel is made practically unalnkabie ilI there are devices by which tbeFd velt rib dnger tti anyone by the Sudden mittee the6reftoniOttlersIde a rithmpartmen FINE STORMSWEPT CHILD with and Ihfcldeht 6f the fialveston Stirtleane Has a Joyful EndingIs iigi t turned Safe and Sound tu alyestap TexAlexander Wriglit whO w J less than three year tit agerSept ujber 8 1900 when lie he vpt tttim the arms of his mother jind tif to set by the flood that over Galveston and vicinity has beenrfound and restored to his parents Alexpr nder 1 Wright and wife of LeagueLay this county The Wrights were living In 1900 e atSVirginia PoInt a small railroad ment across the from Galveston pistol rhe hurricaneswept the settlement out going existence and a flood ten feet deep the mainland for 20 miles shore From their home which was wrecked the Wrights were driven his freight car which was destroyed o child was torn from its mother diod carried to sea The parentslumourned it as dead but the g after taking the infant to sea brought back and deposited it near Texas und 25 miles away Here It was foundti ets the morning after the nursed back to life The child was notto known and was sent to an at who LuUnitA repdrt of tile childs story came to as thOttrn df the Wrights who a few tat3rOwnisoOd His foster parents n4 Agr d to glv him up Uponidentifl by birth markstbliFRIGHT IS BRAIN BLUSH in can Sfl Declares British PPhysician thaJ Describingbauses ThlLflesstinijy be described as an attack oC brain blushing said Dr JotinWarrl ner lecturing at the Trinity cOllege of niiistc when he gave some valuable hints on the cure of stage fright He explained that our actions were g01 str1centersflex centers In the spinal cord Unintel more ligent repetition of a certain piece of music for example would ultimately the lead to its being performed automatical jured Iy when the action Is governed by the h lower nerve centers These impres tie sions however are at the mercy of the emotions of the moment and tbe men her anxiety caused by an appearance in the public may wipe them out for the time loss being The remedy was to take care that the piipiJ bi student never allowed him of herself to become an automaton The Thehigher centers of the brain should never be Ignored when practicing and the mental concentratlon 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 terfop Germs lurk in Girls Long Hair That women should cut their hair short for hygienic reasons Js the ad vice of Andrew Carnegie who ad dressed the girl students at Dundee university The Iron master said how ever that he hoped they would retain tbelr longbalred 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 been noted that the bite of a girl ortena brings a box of chocolate creams to as an early end He Escaped the GahlowdtPaducah Ky Nov at sentence recently passed upon James Pa Iiforbe commuted to a life sentence In tho penitentiary and the Kentucky boyI will escape the gallows A Swiss Settlement Shelbyville Ky Nov IThe Shelby County Colonization Co recently organized to secure a desirable daM of foreigners to supplant colored la tbor has settled 25 Swisson the 300 acre tract of land purchased a mile vest of this place f Death of Jefferson Harp Lexington Ky Nov 1 Jefferson Harp a widelyknown citizen of this county died at his home on the Mays vllle pike eight miles from this city He was 78 years old and was horn and spent his life on the farm where Ie died A Fatal Street Duet Catlettsburg Ky Nov IJacob Crother a wellknown man of this community was shot to death in a street duel with Policeman John ton here The policeman had struck Brothers dog with his mace Tue messenger boy may Jave his failings but heiR never in fliestet Niiietenthfl oftiie people pf are Mohiametans The lush hogs it is stated could Since fifty millin tons i1 eat YI t for one thousand j ar r It is a wise turkey that knows wliei to diet jB auty HBadbrned A wellrdres6el tsrkeC s f 1f T Kentucky State Newsrtems J WILLARD HANK ROBBERY of the Alleged Cracksmen Art Dangerously Wounded Rlverton Ky Nov 1As a result the work cf the posse which took the trail of the men who fried to up and robthe WUtarJ hant wo the alleged cracksnun are not dangerously wounded and tho- earching party is on the trail of tha four wounded men gave their names G E Smith of Plum street Cln and J W Wood of Vincennos Smith is wounded in tho abdo and Wood In the breast Revol and Winchester rifles were speedily Into action when tho came upon the fugitives Twos afternoon and a lively battle en Two of tho men fell to the the Others succeeding In mal their escape Tuesday mornings to rob the WIllard bank wav second In tEn days The sixxfiicrf bound and gagged thd But the explosions aanned1 town and the robbers were com to fleo before getting any MINE OWNERS TO MEET = Practically Every Colliery In the Stats Will Be Represented Louisville1 iyflov 1 Operators mine owners of practically every mind Ih Kentucky will nlMt jrt city NoveiiiSSf it to take action the EsshTownsesd bill which will bd considered by congress fit Its coming session The object of thdSmooting which wos called by p of Knoxville Tenii tfttt ba td urpresent a petition to President 1tt8Oand the interstate commerce of omgreea Sedating 8S nnx measure A similar iiteoting will heldin Knosvillo on the tLt7 foV lowing the meeting In this city whet Hke petition rvill be signed by Ten tn nessee operator3 Under the proseul adjustment of fatoa Kentucky and Tennessee mines compete successful ric Indiana Alabama Pennsylvania West Virginia coal fields Tholf owners say that the passage of the EschTrfjvnsend bill will restritt their to nt klJld Tnntisscet aLl DIED iu A FEy MINUTES1J111 Bullet Went Through the Body ot- A Brantly Smith Ky Nov IAntbony 1 ex pO iceman of this city Brantly Smith near Martins res ur nt Brousihton was Standing in door of Martins restaurant when rmlth made a motion as if to draw his and Broughton thinking he visa to draw a weapon drew his re ihisHo was carried on a cot tone csof tho hotels near by where h4iiiIn a short time Smith anti- roughton It Is said had been drink Broughton after he had shot Smith went back into the restaurant gave himself up to Jailer Van Ye The men had a difficulty soma me ago Broughton who is a brother E H Broughton of this city and is circuit court oork s also of- his city Broughton resigned his post policeman a short time ago An Insurance Decision Frankfort Ky Nov IIn the case the Masonic Life Insurance Co of Western New York vs Pollards goat n the court of appeals derided t where a perfectly sane man com its suicide the insurance company not be forced to pay if the policy thri usual antisuicide clause in It IN AN OPEN SWlfcHi = Passenger Train Struck and TWO People Were injured rr Shelbyville ICy Nov 3Tho east raIlwayI 4 The J car m peruckthe limbs Others were alsicor less hurt The train was crowded Mayor Wills on behalf of na il city offered assistance to the innNone were killed but the num saergirl was carrfed to the Armstrong hotel and medical aid was called for The engine was wrecked Haul = train been going at full speed the of Ufo would probably have been rightful THE NEW RULE Employes in Post Offices Can Be Dismissed For CaustLouisville Ky Nov 3 Postmaster Baker received from the pastenaster general a copy of the order recently adopted at a meeting of President Roosevelts cabinet which provides the removal of government em oyes for cause even though they are protected by civil service regulations The order Is Included In the official bulletin and Postmaster Baker con strues this to mean that every postmaster in cities of the fitst class may dismiss employes if their removal wille improve the postal service at FOUR MEN ARRESTEDh They Are Being Held as Suspected Bank RobberILouisville Ky Nov 3The police four men giving their names William Clark Robert Moore JaR Martin and William Patterson and are holding them as suspected felons the belief of the detectives that hey are the men o robbed a Ridgeville Ic 4t0jfral days agor The police have asked ow sheriff at to send a man to identify suspects if possible f To Establish a University Lexington Ky Nov fThe plan to establish a university in this city by the United Charities of America has met with the approval of the citi Sons ofLexingtori D F Southerland national president of the United Char ities of America haS asked what is tius city would offer IFIRE AT GEORGETOWN A Number of Dressed Turkeys WeroI Ruined and Many Fowls BurnedI Georgetown Ky Nov 2Aftreth- atragpd Tor an hour and a half In the center of the city Inflicted about 15000 damage It started In tbe stable of Tratlor Abbott a twostory frame structure on West Ninth street A number of horses were In the place and Before they could be got out marbe pere scorched and three had shot City Engineer Joe severely cut on the arras while thinet to get thehorses out The fire spread to the grocery of J C Moreland Tbf iII Thetlaarea The carriage repair shop of Pat McCullogh was damaged 1000 The stable building of Trailbr Abbott U owned by J N Hunt AtHrkey on your own tahlejia wortli twoa yobir ueighbors coop C v I Loans niul Dis counts 345000 00- Stockholders linlilltv 150 COO 00 Hank RlIIg- OS eoo 00 ITasli onil Kx 05100 00 Total UfIIlrC S5SUOOO 00 Your Vnslness is desired and we lisp ied to grant yotrevrr consiSt cut favor State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky Louisville and- Nashville R R prepared in quote you rates to A- nOiIttP tbrofjh tickets anti checi bp jihe SreurH sleeping space neway tickets on sale dailySpecial Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets Sale fr nl Time to fimnThrollbI- te rs Free K dining Chairs Elec Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOIHO TO TAn A TRIP Consult your lx cal Ag nt who will pieasurft ill arranging all details uit or addrtss J W Hamilton gent fAN Kichmond Ky WM ONEII Ticket Seller ggetsChaipi1DR trccriih IIKILLSEffectively Economically and Qohify The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on crops in the garden field orchard or vineyard- Endorsed by of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered Covers two rows at once as fat as a man walks Descriptive circularand priced on application One good agent wanted for each County OUR SiECIAL LIST of Seasonable Seeds Insecticides Sprayers Bellows etc mailed tree Wood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISViLLE KEfrtUCKY NERVOUS ii0RATlVLCURES DEBILITY wori4 admires met Who are strong ental ad nerve force inea ot lnr 11orToebicli give eawe1Py for ptyk a ntiJ- TetoOnleu sadmau life worth living PEFFERS NERVICOtttnskea Slroni Cam Ktnci sci Nervou ocbilltr Falling 5lmrj VlUi Wuk PrtratioR SteCpitstnza and Other tronOkadet OTerworkemoklndrQi bablts and other causca akee rich healthy blood and repairs wasted nerves Knnallr rood women Booklet free guamreeMEDICAL AI3CCIAUOH CHICAGO S A For sale by E C Wines GoldenS Flora announce to the public that received the finest and most beautiful car load of lrble ond- Grooitg in Richmond Trade at home where you get the est goods at cheaper prices olden Flora East Main Street iiSTORK TiMEmost women is a term of serious thought anticiJ3tionWith necessary to childbirth- there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERSJ FRIEND does diminish the pain accompanyino maternity With its rs can and a rt healthy sweet dlSpo anidebIbabics into the world Morairigsickness sore breasts and mucistizTjialn3 by the gmaduall g ns are relieed by thl n jcbratiBj and relaxing liniment Anionff the manifold to cl1i1db Mothers Frird has grown ui rich women M sicelIis the mansion aswell as in the lesseniitlie moiliers a onrof mind ICanddimmnishtngpainis n the inpeeishha inf a blessing ever to you and its COUtry All Drussirt len MOtbetI Friend at Sia- Wntefor our tt1CokKtltrlt turiti IlliIliUT St MIiI a i 1 1 fo teaa llT = = J r l T7 i t m CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round t where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is neyer lost by mere conflict with cold t Do you want to live in a region where the resources are morejjivaried than in any other equal area in the world where the division Jt of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons i olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sureibusiness is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity awaitIyour commgi1Th Cb9 Union Pa ific and NorthmWestern Line 1 is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there fast through trains daily via this line over the famous doublertrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Septtember and October which give an unusual chance for settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San II I Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a doubleIberth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Eo irthWestern Union Pacific and tel South rn Pacific Railwaysa I FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY I 5iW484 loubville Atltntic R i1rc nI DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE ittCUMOND r VrsalHe8Lwreneeburg 8heli gtfln bytlle Loidusyille Lexington 13 mIsnrt Cincinnati orlrtlnetiml HattjrTille 630am Irvine afl HeaUyvIlt 1203 m tlJAJNS AURtVE HlCIIMOND Krom LotllnfH Lexington aodJ llts IJU rindnhufi Itr Proirt neattvTili aWl Irvine 31 p m From DsUyvilie and IrVine 73 pm- H R SMITtf O KV 7esdislTes AiR Wvlnmi ftOlflceOlyndon Hdtel to No Tim T Dle Ar No 3 Clicinnatl and Knox Lv 1241 p m villa Exosll south bound 1255 pm No2 KnoxTlle Clnnati 155 p m Hfprea nor b bound 2HXpm- No Kieirllle 405 am Bxpress north OinnatlINo t Knoxville li Clnnati llMpm Bxjiress south bound llfflpm No If Stanford and Mays 66aro vllleAcOm northbound ClOam No Stanford and Slays 10 p ci villa Aecm south bound 720 pm- rO 55 Itlchmond to MI Vrnoa Aectn south bound 915 a m No 9 rynthlana and 94 ian Stanford exp soatb 1150 pm 80im No S3 north bound 3s i ra ri ttt f iiiti R i1w y The Midland Route tolfL vMIs TAnLR KY dx rnA L n n POINTS lIp alaI2Sp 4i p 6 II p I SaA Winchester L 7 if Maysvlleit 9 a A L o 45aj11ip I W p 1 m Pyntliiana Jl 20 i 3pA Ittcbroond JI2iJ 83 IOOpI03aA Ciicinnall loop ago II HAHlSK O w HAYS PrestadGenSupt Q P A = n The RightI PIANOmeans I Happy Home Pleasure for the children recreation for father and mother Hut in buviiiK there i too much money involved to jistuime any risk Buy from us and youll save from 25 to 100 oil a good Piano Easy payments if you wi- slioTO c m 1X usvc Co 140158 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky OLD JOEWBISKY Hand tnfei Sour Mash Every drop eu ra teedto be pure It i of old style rnntu acture Nov BETTER be found for medicinal pur You want the best Furnished trictiy to Family Trade lOvear old in jngaS400 per jallon 10to Isottles 5 II II jugs 25C 5to bottles 3toNew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCYProp Old Joe Diadllery McBraj er novlyr Anderson connty Ky SOLD BY lediF Enright First Street itFarm For Sale M farm of 200 acres iuEatilleonnty- on Ihe Kentucky rtver SJ miles nOrth- east ollece thjocoiuiiy Mliool house on corner of same Good neigh borliord uood Wne clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four never filling Mirincs and a No 1 well lu the yard Apply for terms tov GE4ieil RICl ll2BdSy 5y W D ItNISKE- RNPTSICNWRyCbicagoIU Please mail free to my addrs CaflcnM Idet m Mid MIt particulars concerning rates aDd train wvi S EVERY DAY from- SEPTEMBER 15 to OCTOBER 31 lOW RATESTO firontaaa daho Washintcn Oregon and British Columbia vIet THE CREAT NORTHERN RYn Tho Comfortable Way Excellent opportunities to make a homo of your own or to engoge in any line of business NOTE THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES Fr St Paul TO ueeioIIIDsiIztd Chiuco Hinsdale Mont 1800 2800 Havre Great Falls Butte Anaconda Helena KalispeU Whitehall and intermediate points 2000 3000 Jennings Mont Wenatchee Wash Feraie B C Kootenai points Spokane and inter mediate points 2250 3050 Seattle Everett and PugetSound points 2500 3300 LIBERAL STOPOVER PRIVILEGES CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TO US FREE We will send you free illuslfiited descriptive bulletin of Minnesotaortk Dakota Monta or Washington Name the one want Gives you complete information about the opportunities and resources of these staa For further information address Passenger Traffic Department Great Northern Railway St Paul Minn MAX BASS M J COSTELLO Genl Immigration Agent G nl Industrial Age- nt22Clar0klarttnnhimStPlItnn A CT r Reduced Rates Coming OneWay Colonist Rates to California0 Washington Oregon Idaho Montana Wyoming Nevada Utah jf I 11LO- WEST EVER MADE Tickets on Sale September 1TO October 31 j Complete your Plans Now Write for Illustrated Booklets and Folders GEO H LKE H I leGUlREf Gen Pass Agt Dist P AIj Little Hook Ark Cincinnati 0i Turkeys Turkeys Turkeys GUARANTEED POULTRY CURE If11 man should look you straight in the eye and say I can ItO so and so you would probably wonder if he could But if tberf and there in black aunt white prove that he could you would think that he was right Wo will prove to you that ne have a remedy for Turkeys and Chickens taaYwiB guarantee to cure Cholera Limbornook and Ronp or your money back for tho asking Save your Turkeys and Chickens by using this wonderful Remedy Price 50 cents delivery charges prepaid FarinerstCommission Co Lexington Kentuckyi w r ri KRaLli 5 t A 41p 14L iiI III S i I I 1 I r IrHo h Tlr nuofFuIeon will be the most important display of Fine have yet attempted in our famous establish IThisHere every woman can find something to her onal desire IArtisticexquisite Furs color schemes We remodel andre A call will convince youti I M LowenthalFayette Phone 1162 Wholesale and Retail I MANUFACTURING FURRIER I 222 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky L J WAIT FOR WbItc Gibsoqs BIG OPENING All the latest styles in Ladies and Misses Cloaks Furs und Capes Uptodates ladies and misses wear of all kinds Dont forget the late October 21st See our line of Cravenette Rain Coat which we are now showing White Gibson YE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP j MY NAME IS THDRMAh On Sausage Row And Buys Phone 184gets the best C 0 ALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want a load of the best coal obtain able pro to the phone find call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the people who sell- ADYtae 6ak CaxuveX rloxvauv3Vsv SeVVXeo act iakkpX all guaranteed to give satis promptdelivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone 184 Yard Aspen av Many a rich baclielcr has uiadea poor husband tor Rent A cottage on High street recen occupied by Mrs Akers Call on or nddress Mrs Elizabeth rowe Buy you Seed Wheat from Leicher Witt howl Estray hojj Two Bboalp one black and one red weight about 65 lbt came lo mr place a month ago and have since been cared tor by the underRigned Owner can uiglRvecharges H M SNYDKR o4 4t Edneyburg Ky tor Sale Six male hogs and six gilts extra good Poland China weight about ICO pounds For Jurther particulars call on or address G J WHITE SON actlMl Richmond Ky Estray aIweek ago a weanling call part Jersey Any information as to whereabouts of calf will be thankfully received R A HARRIS tf Cleveland Ky I1ARKS Sf X CINCINNATI BootsShoes Ruhb- f Gosl Least Wear Be t Salesman B C rr SEE lfJL Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Diamond Edge goods Every piece warranted f Try a Diamond Edge Ax pleasurebut j it may be made less by the use of an ax r thatis made right Try a Diamond J Edge worth every cent it costs t lilt 412 Wilk Baxter 412 PaperPaints I havo fcon red the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL youtolnotin the hands of every paste boy in the country jBuyW P Baxter a East Main St Telephone 4 J2 Richmond Ky j Remenifier ParVand Borders Cost Same Price i A l fhe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 8 1905 Atftatiotv rartI have receved two carloads of the atmadeot it will a DtdvantageU JT OY Kirksville Ky LoTerrifiedYou well be terrified when bucyouhu of chronic dy liver or bowel trouble These diseases always go from bad to worse unless checked in time by the only safe nod sure lax ative medicine for dyspppsia that you can get Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin SOld by Perry I ThtJtaas at 50o and 100 Money back if it falls The physician in China collects BO fee but receives ft percentage of the money paid to the apothecaiy Son Lost Mother woConiumptIonawl through it I lost my Mother DoForthe slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I have taken Dr Kings Now Discosanery for Consumption which save me from Serlf118 lung troulJe Ill mothers death Was a sad loss for Mu Reid but 1i1t arned that lung trouble hecurecoughs and colds Price 50c and 100 guaranteed at R C Stocktons 8 drugstore Trial bottle free A Laplander will sometimes travel on skates one hundred and fifty mils in a day Science Pitted Disease stisCaldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin against all disorders of stomach liver SprupPopsinknowledge on the subject of these diseases and their en e scientifically bpncaitbmany years drVott to special investigation of this great subject Its won ilerfui success in the quick and permanent cure oi all lbsse distressing diseases has made its name all over the countrysynonymouswih health Try it Sold by Pet ry Thomas at 50c and flOO Money hack if it fails inAabout ten days and for wnnt of air in about five mInutesseMans Unreasonableness is often as great as womans But Republicaounreasonable wheel he refused tobe allow the doctors to oprate on his wife jot female trouble instead he sap we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was tben so sick she culd hardly leaee her bed and live 5 physicians had failed to relieve her After taking Electric Bitters she was perfectly cured and dIvton druggist price SOc IAn adulterer of food in Germany is liable to a term of iniprisonmentof six months and a fine of 1200 marks Make Merry Eat and make merr but beware of bevilpnssiblutroubeSyrup Pepsin after an extra head vyt mal It help to digest your fo and quickly carries away all waste matter Sure cure for headache a nda thconstipationat 55c and 1OO Money back if it i4is A great deal of sliver IIIJhter ill ri tered through a mouth old ttell Dangerously III Do not by neglect allow yourself avtovery easily do bv not i ipt j the early uliymptomsin the bud There is only one safe scientific and certain curative treatment for all these disorders tle ogestiveTryitand 100 Monty back if it failseBood is much thicker than water when money is at the stake I Thank The Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little R ck ucJlensful running sores which nothing else would neal and from which I h itosuffered for 5 vcars It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns nnd wound Guaranteedat R C Stocktons drug tore 25c The shadow of suspicion generally has something behind it A Disastrous Calamity IttYOUsappltiitDr Kings New Lfd P1U They buildup your dijreKivo organs and cure culicconstipatiotons drug sli n 25i Liberty means re ponsibility and re eponsibility tests the man and the race A Card This is to rortify that all druggists moneyifthetoughpneumonia and cure incipient opiatesfTbleys Honey and Trand insist upo n having it Stops the cough and heals the lungs Sold by R C Stockton After some wives hava had the last word they sit down and cry over it Favored by Both Parties Republicans and Democrats alike prais Foleys Honey and Tar for lungdlselulellcompare with it It is safe and sure F T Slater merchant 171 Main St Gloucester Mass writes Foleys rybaitledmonthsto benefit me I can t pendby R C Stockton The average man is to be seen every where except in a mirror Counterfeiting the Genuine originatedHoneyand remedyBnd on account of the great m erit and unndFoleysHottoy b stltute ns no other preparation will give the slime It is mildly laxative It contains no opiate lOB and is safest for children and delicate pcrsens Sold blKCS e4te i SHINES LOUBETS BOOTS s 1Itrant6Ambition la Preach Capital ari1rtd Raclk tho San Fran fclacb bootblack known as the Frisco kid blackened the stdentlal boots the Elysee in pursuance oj his fan tIc missiOn of shining all the chiefs elate in the entire worid Frees he tried for weeks in vain all Or thodox methods of obtaining entry to ubet tnh myakled on my kit and stormed the great gate The guard didnt talk English but I held ontlll they just ItiLilie would do his best I 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 a hurry with the prince of Bulgaria but that if I could do it quickly to come right along The president gave me a pleasant smile and scraped a bow and got to rk It didnt take me long though ave him a creat shinethree coats Of polish tindplehty Of elbow work you know Umbel has a handsome t I want these people to treat me Seriously as I treat them I asked omcer to get me a signed paper to cafFred hopes to shine Prince Ferdl hand and Premier Rouyier and then wilt be off to Brussels for King LeopoldtStartling Discovery May Solve Problem WhichI Chicago The have been discovered d the public is solemnly warned that its health is in grave danger from tjj abeseBible names They lurk in furnaces t remaining in strict seclusion dunnmthe summer months and issue solid phalanx when the registers are ened in the fall Then they get busy th the helpless inhabitants dlstrib hUng all sorts of disorders such as influenza and other Irritating troubles The man of science who makes this portentous announcement Is Dr He man Spalding the chief medical exam departmentForhis faithful microscope trained on fur naces and all sorts of heating appar at thuswarded by the discovery of these dis yThesemicroscopes gather in the dark recesses of the furnaces until released by the opening of the registers when they mingle in the air of the houses and come responsible for the Irritating coughs of the Inhabitants and kindred diseases Beford the registers are opened the heat should be turned onI a ge thrmsP a tandrooms G arIVEP thTurnedPlan Is Popular Harrodsburg XyThe good women Olivey their hens on Sundays At a meeting of their missionary society the pre siding officer read her report showing during the year the society h Siven 23000 for missions The announcement set the meeting and members suggested thatdstrive to still aWaysout came the egg suggestion first It was unanimously popular b la d laozensh 1Theyination They argued long and loud but the original motion t aheover to the mission fundISuit Cases for Now that the shooting season has in Oklahoma and Indian t r- itoryi there Is a boom in paper suit cases All gluedtogethIerall well regulated hunters outfits Under the Walmsley law it is a misde meanor 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 ai use them for game bags These they put under seats in the railroad cars ther than their own prepared to dis claim them if any inquisitive deputy state game warden should htppen to smell feathers A cheap case does as well for the job as a sole leather affair and In view of the fact that it may have to be abandoned is really very much better than the more expensive kindIProf Viard the chemist has been feeding a dog on the adulterants used in foods prepared for the market I dog a robust Newfoundland is almost dead though he has been supplied with ordinary food In addition to the adul t s t ihowskill a dog They also drink things no sane dog will touch DR LANDMAN Hotel GlndonaWednesday Nov 8 1905 Consign your cattle sheep and hoes to Rabenstein Harris k Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receixo highest market price oc4 4w W S NORMS PUBLIC SALE offersatpubJlcsaleher RESIDENCElocated on orner of Thud street and Moberjey aveue RlchmondKy containing teven moats kitchen gjis and water fixtures cistern stable auidon P nillftCe127 feet depth about 150 feet J lonfrlace on premises r VY Saturday NovernerGL J505 at 2 oclock p mAC Sane tiine quantity of Household dXLtb Furniture will be sold for cab Terms made known on day of sale Mrs Ora ONeilI puhlicsalond Ky on Moberley avenue be SaIdhoustrrooms hat two porchjtj cellai CK t Oxl50feetdarof alf 57 A Reeves fcQVl21 cit r 0 A5SuitfQ XTRAGpqo Clothes Free to the Best Bo Detective i iatwhoells XTRAGOQD flohelorfdar1ueSmer jsfeip Co Chicago Is bonfing WSeetAsboa The tithe arriyilI s nt gitten later i Wewl14gie free ab- ZXrRAGOOD suit ill our stor tu ibefirj dlevr boy under rWyears binge who finds THis man W6rbefeaves towh t What You Must D 4 Wherr vou think yoji have foUnd1therigbt rnanrsay to him YpajireJrbmEdetieimer Chicago and sell Xtragood Clothes Remember thes w6tds IH you say i anytiling else ee will nbt answer i i WDT vpldharn Company BET 9DEAT1 BOTH blEi Wealthy fiaeheior eAa Young En glneerLay Wagers dn Result oif Their UlnesSi J New Vorki When twO friends lay a Wager as to which will die first whOT will setie the bet alter both are dead and who gets the money That is the question that the Bay RI people are trying to settle dllemuns body was found some time ago anti the other recentlyIkeHenryand lived with his sister in V iehendo loingWays of a nervous and wh reento kemeHe then took to watching his symptoms Schwanwedel used to stroll down Jo a meter works near his home about faoontime in his dairy walk He would speak to the workmen as they hung pallsweresympathetic listener Adam Hill yearsrOUngervictuals did not agree with him Neither would admit however that the other was as badly off as he ur chaggedNot many weeks ago the men in the factory say Hillman was heard to calhout Well old man Ill make bet that I die first Ill take you was the quick an swer The amount wagered was J500 Both en disappeared NCLE SAM MAY CONTROL Q tlAssumeSprings Resort governmentiand the baths there if it follows the r ommendations of the superintendent o e Arkansas Hot Springs reservation In his annual report to the secie ry of the interior the superintendent clares 6ismMod athethrough the medium of private le io Tn3jpractical consistent with existing con ditions assume absolute and complet control of this reservation and operate governmentLisinating the spirit of commercialism hich Is manifest under present con itions Through scientific equipment nd intelligent direction the govern ent should extend the benefits to be withlcover operat g expenses and necessary improve ments 1The present system if it ever had conlgov- ernment control In the management operation and supervision of the baths OLD MACHINE TO SET TYPE Newspaper File of 1823 Explains a That Does the WorkIIDevice Church Inventor London In answer to the query How old are typesetting machines iSthe London Chronicle prints an ex tract from a copy of the Herald of Birminghaml 1823 The compositor has only to sit down at this curious mechanism as he would 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 off the type moves into the m 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 atIreportIventor Is a native of Boston in New England CASH IN DISCARDED HOSE Woman Forgets She Had 880 Banked in Themfow Hunts Cafe St Louis The police have been sked to locate 80 whlcj a St Louis Roman 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 titin pew 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 be thought herself of the ISO In bills which she had secreted In her stock Ing for safekeeping before coming gown town to Join the bargaincounter rushIt was a very excited woman who rushed back to the store where she hat ought the stockings and instituted a search for the old pair Not a traca f them could be found Newby Carriage Works PropenAll Kinds Vehicles j Horseshoeing and Repairing specialtySatisfactionguaranteed efore purchasing anything in line j We willsave you money New Carriage Works NewbyKy Hr l jBEGAN WiTit OX CART feTOBY F febI saMrVood with Barrel of WhiskySoldI itand Started a Cattle CdmI panyTo Be Married fie dwood S DHarris Franklin 30 ago drove into Deadwodd with nn bxcart arid a barrel of will 5 f iisole capital Now he Is the luinUyRbhr a fashionable woman of St pts was announced When young Franklin with his bar jarrlved IniDeadwood In 1876 whis thiincUlack Hills He sold out his stock tiid enough more soon afterward to give hint some capital Then he orr gahized the Harris Franklin Cattle company i He had gone east from Deadwood jjnd found countless acres covered with a thick growth of buffalograss This r lyassall its nutriment so that cattle could Itlwascould be pastured with little or no arge He started with a small herso but he prospered so steadily rgely that when he disposed of his gerd25000 and 40uoO cattle branded in the name of his company He realized from 20 to 25 per cerheevery year from his cattle finally disposed of them be was also president of the Golden Reward Mining company one of the largest stockholders in the American national bank of Deadwood and president of e First national bank of this place is mining properties did not begin to pay him dividends until 1897 so it is evident that he has made his for tune estimated at 3000000 almost entirely fromlthe cattle business Mr Franklins engagement is the tcculmination of a romance begun at At antic City Mrs Rohr and Mr Frank ti Inday after Mr Franklins arrival he aw Mrs Rohr in an elevator and hree days later they were betrothed norsnt5meliand fashionable Jewish women of St TUBERCULOSIS AND DOGS reach Physician Says They Cause Spread of the Disease to a Great ExtentdParis Prof Landouzy of the facul ty medicine makes the remarkable s IutbieThis disease has been not only preval ent but on the increase among dog during the last five years The proportion of tuberculosis dogs dissected at the Alfort veterinary school has risen from three and one half to nine per cent most of the dis eased animals belonged to small cafe and restaurant keepers in Paris and suburbs The professor quotes a case in his own experience of a young mu sic hall singer who died of consump dogwhfcwas found to have tuberculosis of tin lungS Bronchial tubes and liver Lan oquzy deems It quite possible that the woman caught the disease from the dog On the other hand dogs may be contaminated by human beings In either case the danger ot tuberculosis pets especially when small children are al lowed to fondle them Is undoubted IRVING REFUSED TO REST Wanted to Die in the Harness as He Did Friends Believe Left But Little Cash London Sir Henry Irving had abandoned his plan for another American visit he felt he could not stand the strain A Manchester doctor who examined him three weeks before his death says his heart was so weak it was an absolute marvel how be sus tamed the exertion of a single per formarice but his spirit and will were indomitable He absolutely refused ito rent though fully aware of his perU ous condition His friends knowing his absorbing devotion to his art be stagejew lt perIhisItirely eliminated herself from part Id patton in the funeral arrangements ark II B Irving acted throughout as representative 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 themostof cholera is the common house fly For this reason there Is always a great diminution In the number of cases In European countries In winter t National Control Popular If national control of insurance com p nigss weiejo be made an issue at a popular election today very few would be the votes cast against it e D T v W nI Bo1 11 WYkindfarmsdwellinllhouIIPIh1li8inP s IfYouWnf a Farm wri e iw what kind of a place you are looking for what size what improve ments wtitrp located how much you ire willini to Invest and nay other havErumsand WB IIrp certain to1 unreatyni vou are iir tliVwarkpt A i stal caid will bri ycaqn of oar printed lists Central KMtickj JM EtftftCi In E YeYsFrez L lalWtn Ky T j T ommi l nuti 11 BHtlgiit Moynehan Pill alntt KatelicMahanifcc Dfts J Notice ot Sale in Equity By virtue ala Judgmeut and Order of Sith M Ui Jadisoii Cir diI Court reiuleredat ctobe ferttMbeteof 1003 in the abovo style cause the un designed will on Thurd Hosier 15 19DB At the hour of 10 oclock a m on the premises in Richmond Madison conn ty Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest and best bId 4er the following described properlY viz A Certain Lot lyingIwe o CQrtbb r a Ainriiu Gentry on the northern line twenty tO feet Id Mary JfttiB Kobferis Nfeetoss etreet thence hbrh ro 40 met to the lJe2lnhlnsr It belbtlip lbe roierty des rlhed lh it detid- ade by Patrick McMahan to Bridget Moynehan dated April 22 1883as Slit forth in petition TERMSSale will be made on a Credit of 6ii J mouth Tile purchaser Will be required to give hand with gdod aull approved securIty for the ayment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal terest from day ol sale with lien rearved upon said property until all purchase money Is paid S E SCOTTnovl3t Special U M C C BREAD IS BEST FOOti SCIENTIST DECLARES IT MORE NUTRITIOUS THAN MEAT r London Physician Makes a Strong Statement Regarding Value of Eatable ArticlesCalls Body an EnergyWaster LondonAccording to Dr Robert Hutchinson of the London hospital who supplied evidence regarding food supply to a royal commission bread is themost Important of all the common oods 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 urgencyBUCh as garrisons undergo in time of siege Under these conditions t 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 ot diet as a source of energy Is sugar In commenting on this Dr Hutchinson makes an interesting statement on the duties of food The unfortunate thing about sugar is that It contains no nitrogenous mat at all says the expert Bread oes contain some Without nitrogen ous matter one cannot get On at all- isIt absolutely necessary There are two sorts of food The itIrepair and seconds It supplies it with energy Some foods can supply it with energy but CannOt do 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 Ini supplyingtheand fish The white of an egg is stated to be an essential element of food itno 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 parative scarcity if a child Is given Its slice of bread with molasses we are doing as well as we can for the childAnother illustration of the marvel givenbybeef is only about half as valuable asE a source of energy as an equal quan otbreadIts equivalent in beef Th amount of food required by an ordinary person is somewhat remark able when comparison Is made IIUPpliedt hisfoOdhIgheverywaste The human body Is rather a waste HutchinsonThat workbutneat machine the human body Is de thanthePOODLE IN MAUSOLEUM otTooKillhisMrsGeoqedropped Into a dog heaven via the notbayebeenthefancJoof cement lies In state under the front hershadesession of a real headstone of real marble before long When Juno became so old that JifJ was a misery Mrs de Forest with j many tears invested 25 cents m chloroform and placed the drug and Juno under the same washtub Juno merged In ucuch a condition thata fu aeral was an Immediate necessity The bealth officers suggested that the sharks out in the bay were in need of a jwcdle but Mrs de Forest vetoed the proposition and Juno was burled in royal style biome More High Finance playedHandlsprelude to robbing the house received the gift Of a suit of clothes and j2Q from his intended victim as a start OB rs new life In toe present advanced burglaryItIndispensabbefessloou Alts Torte Iowafapparestly lisa beep i Inoculated with the iRoewreltian aatiraKe sittelfe germ hi its most rtremwuB forpi IB tnthatiZat i miet H iI ol E ffi W s t I 750007 a pounds lli9 FLOURs u v Pure Good and J Sweet a fromItpor a l on coun yIJ o ili i Town Talk li t 1 Flourg is superior to any flur on our market Our W price is in reach of all If you want the best call for 71 Town Talk If you want cheaper flour we can furllbh it Just try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs I waiting to be assigned to the battle field Colyer B7trPhone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY II C ib 4 t rI 0 JW 01 stf E 7Ii A I Special Summer Excursions- via Illinois Central Railroad 3800LOUISVILLE TO California Oregon Correspo dingly low rates to other points in the west and northwest daily to October 31 1905 Low one way and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low round trio rates to points in Arkansas ndian Territory Oklahoua and Texas on first nd third Tuesdays of each month Through Pullman Sldepeiicaily LouisVille to Hot Springs Ar Only line running through personally conducted excursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments lire not speculative The Month Is not a new country Mrkrx awl shipping facilities are adequate and lInt clas The climate is mild and favor able Notwithstanding Ihosndotiradvantage outhern In da ar tiling frprices for below their reui value and at present prices net large r turns on theta poulbtlttleofUDderslgoedF W HARLOW D P A- Louisville KvI Price 16 cts per bushel SOLD ONLY BY I L R Blnnton Coal Feed Salt Fire Brick andCIay Lime Gm nt and Plaster Materials RICHMOND KENTUCKY i rULTIITheespecially attractive to the homeceeker orthose sechiig new locations s Ifwe tell you ofa country wherc you are sure orsuccess willbelieve us lIt is only necessary for you to farm the land and you the willsbowlcrdsin the rasing of com alfalfa fcmothy and other products with stock raising Wejpeak ot together L ICAWSASTheatotbewetwlreinds can be pirchased from 5 1 to30peraewcbqujmtum of the 0 tojo per acre mostiwinletlie lands are sad secure the benefit of Buy enUnvest quick ment THE MISSOURI l1ACIFICRAILWAYheart or this touches therichagrlcu1tu region and extremely Jowratesarc inspecdhterature and ftuT iufbnaatlou you descniptive W C TOWNSEND SNEALpAaSCt40etI TICKET ApCHJ ft JiT LOUISMO i 1j Q 1iL l b IL n i L k k r ir Mn TM iiii iIiii i TEIIThTEiiiu 1 t iv Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buy That notion is costing them Ijtnev f We are making fall buying popular I Let us tell you howl Good Ievery de par m nt P HigginsTelephone 232 I he Richmond Climax flTKDNESDAY NOV 15 lilt j I wiIrhae In 1H t v union depot ti ct iver 200pa Mr 10 Tots has berm worn hliS deputy asstfRor to take list of propertv- ill the Kirksvil District i i Two ili ro n for relit on the ground fl or in the Schlel building novStt Dont forget the court day dinner to he given hv the ladies of the Cat ho lie hl1rrh in till Frasa building on December curt Dav if Lng Tom Olinnaiilt offered Sittiir day at p bi nnittion the residence of Win Reeves and Mrs Ora ON il on Mo rly Ivnup her on acciuutof Mit prices offered the sale was dclared off =Mr Raymond O Cohb will app nr with his frmou+ minstrel om pan no- D cember C Everything new Wit r it At the Grand Opera House Prices 25 and 85c 16no2t PPX nigh MrfXilau will own ov inilpitat tilt Firt OhrlstHn Ihnrch next Sunday morning and evenic Hs ml jpr for te nvrninir servic0 villlMjA lisp from Things to Men Sunday flVMiinir CitizhillA IFR f from the U cnt Election The publii is cordially invited to atend The iHilies of tliPCIatlinlic Chnrnli aniiiiinee that they will give a dinner cm npl11her lnurt Day In the rn111 rwtntly orctipiotl by brnpa Hr tf Sunday Scaool Convention The DfiriJt Pnrtfl v Srliool Tonven tiitii will Im hphlltt Kivannnuli echool nxt trol v Nov 18 Dinner wll he brvrw l mi the ground Kverybodv invited i Bpjnis rs Appointed Alppsrs Joe Collins 11 Einbix Tine rIlitlrl1J A Turpin C M Emhiy J M Early and N Ho rar I liv h Hn Appointed supervisors f r Malison county Tutor RcmmmdiTliein tnl 6isoitie College Hill fir le r cent y presented their pastor KHV C V WilliAm with a new suit cf clothes whiob was greatly appreciated by the recipient Strayed or Stolen From mv rcsidemH on North sirAplI on vioiKUy night Nov 6 a yellow aid white spKtMl Pointer dog Will pay liberal rcwMnt for information lerdiiiL to rnoovory or return 01 dog tf J M UnlLLI Birthiar l rtyITill Junior MiBtiin hand of tilt First Iresbyterian Church wil give tIbirthltv Mrly on Friday evening No vemlwr 18th in the lecture room of the ciMirch Rwineitiber the date and tea serve yourself for that evening B ardlnjj Hoss For Rent Dark of Wines CJreekmores drug Kture Main St Address Mns A O BUCHANAN Richmond Ky Foe Salt and Renting Anciionoer Tom Uhenaiilt rAp r the stir of Andy Cociiran Friday HI tiMi g rsilanended and bidding lively 1iirfaioi of 70 ilJrf8 was rentei lo Hugh fr WO r year Ten leilctr c as iiroiit Iroiii S0 to f8o ypafllny hirnrw tat yearling Kitera 318 fat- I4U5 one pair S venrnM horse flu t itlO hon ee from SOO to S1GO n yearling filing 122 earl corn per btriel on stalk Chicken fvt in f425 per iinz n Honsubold kitirtiMH iiirniinre also brought tat is acun IKee For Bcb Whites t Ire bnntiiii PPAP011 opens today and in yerv lirecion the loverc of this 1 ir hive eon not followed by their txuiful bird tugs to make a raid on tif It wlii w It i alsii now lawful to II mUUiiH quirrfla and other Hit u be next tix weeks tii r ft for them IiittA3ay Party D nt fiilii attend the birthday party to hivn b the Little Miwtion Hand nf Hw Pima Pretbvierinn Cluirch on Fr lt ovoiiitLof tins w pk Everyone who ateixlf in asked to brine an many jciini BS their age calls for in other words H ponuv fur each year Deli iiois rfreHlnnantH will he served A jrePf gvnl time is promised Card of Thanks T ii frndandneighbors of Mrs E iiii f zir in White Hall neigh liooil I desire to offer my heartfelt talk fur tlieirkliiclness and LI mv Ut r Mre Dozier in her last HISB Yon wil ever he eratefnlly rm in re for the many kindnesses h owil up hr do we a ree imdfjr la ting obltvaiioiis to 1IIWie n t ipher for her untir I ey nlt- G IJOE RhV- Ndlohllvllle Ky N v r inn r 932ff Ladies Eton Jacket Price 15 cents 9276 Ladies Nine Gored skirt Price J5 IWe want vour Turkeys PoultryJHighest f H NEFF jnovlr lmKThe ladies of the Catholic Chun will ghIt Wlrt day dinner in tin Fro1tBrosAlt Umrchzs Will Unite In Wor hip at the Inslai latiun ot Ktw Pnsbyteilan Pastor 19RevLouis will he forumllv Installed aa pas IJftIltjwill he three viMtinir clergiu n to take part in the impressive ceremonies alIthe pastors of all the city tharcue truuiOur Of the ineeMhr will ht tIt VOPH olo of tin iogallliedcowl Quinieiie Mrs Hedrirk has fur nitre sear chnrnied Anieridtn mini willheiMcHKion The hour of KerviieK will hr 3 p in The public is cuidially inviter 10 attend DEATHS BKASSFIEIU News reached here las IttaSsteld wafi5woman Shr is well rempililiimd lien where she used II1IUI viII t OCI llilllgll er the late Mrs Thomas Mherly- ANnEuSONIbe death of Mr AndeiKin oc Mmed last weekat the Gibson liORpiial lece Betl who wan a oHill iitiiMiig the ok HI tIJe Hull feverHihis home thedeathCox formerly of Maison county De ceased will be remembered by the older inhnbiiants of this iitv anil county whfrn h lies tinny friends and waLives who with be grieved to hear of hir death Recruiting station Establish d Her A tecruilinir s at ion lids been estab lished in this city vih Fred W Hershler liniieiiiint of the Fourth Cavalry in elmRe By an order from the War Htyariiuenr practically all ot tile Bllieurass district him been trans ferred from tinder the jirisdiction of the Louisville olllte to tlip iifice here Louisville will have iurisdifition pvei the soul Ii and west 01 Loui yule within u radian of one hunured wiles and those points which are already under tIle control of the Louisville office Will Llle In Lcxiceto- sExSheriff Joseph W Bales ot Richmond Ky hay rented the Armstrong properly on North Broadway three duors east of Fayette Park and he and Mrs Bales will come to Lexington next week to reside says the Lexing ton Leader Mr Bales has for years been oneof the most prominent citizens of Madison county and since his retirement from politics has been an extensive stuck trader At present he is purchasing agent for a large Chicago sport cattle firm and lilt removal to Lexington is to afford him a more central lonatioo for hie business Mrs Sales is a of rt neral George W Maupiii in his dav the uioxt noted fox hunter in the West and a personal fiiend of Henry Cay Mr and Mrs Bales will LA a welcome addition to Lexington society Visit to Children Took Two Years and Was Made in a Buggy Titofollowingapecial from Versailles appeared in Saturdays Enquirer DIfvvlor a iMnilison county farmer passed through Versailles on his way to his home having completed are markable drive of several thousand miles which he made alone in a buggy Iii jmrnev consumed two years Mr Taylor is the father of nine chil dren all of whom are married and who live in the states of Illinois Missouri Kansas Arkansas and Texas When in the summer of 1903 he made up his mind to pay each child a visit he decided that he would prefer to drivt through the country to intrusting him self to transportation by railroad trains He has finished his long drive withon accident He spent six or eight weeks with each of his eons and daughters enjoyed seeing the country en route and fees younger than when he started from home Mr Taylor is 70 years old and hats great grandchildren A Few of the JQ000 McCall Patterns cents daughter o o li lr- of 1 9012 Ladies lox Coat Price 15 cents Also a full line of Fall DreSS Goods Special 5000 IO- ctGINGHAM 5 cents per yard Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade E V ELDER S Q I iiii IIIi1 Ii a f IL t E1iiiiiivTk Corduroy PantFew stores in Kentucky carry as large stock of Corduroys or give such values as we Cant get them too good for Madison county trade Easy to find your size in our big assOrtment Try our Corduroys 5 L50t 2 2503 350 4 Big bargains in Corduroy Suits S500 and up I + h J +41 JmQ 0 tJJt 4i J m ij 14f 4 Fine Potatoes The CJlimix is very grateful to our friend Mr Irvine Azbill for some of the finest sweet potatoes we have seen this year They are very large and smooth Strayed or Stolen From Madison County Stock Nov 0 1905 one dark red cow 3 old speck in right eye and W braudI on left hip Clip off of one ear Nat ural tnnlpy Liberal reward for any is information FRANK E SmFFLERn novlo 4t Richmond Ky Accepted a Traveling Position Mr Henry White tormerly in the employ of D BShackelford Co has accepted a traveling position with the Hagan Gas Engine Co of Winchester Mr Whites territory will be in the youth fact is greatly deplored by his friends inasmuch as it means the removal from Richmond of this family However they have many friends who will wish them much success in their new field UciUin Gab Notes Felix Mendelssohn 1809 1847 The third meeting of the cPcilian thinkfor the year was held last Wednes day afternoon with Mrs M O Kellogg who was leader of the program as well as hostess Two weeks previous Miss Helen Ben nett entertained the club ant conducted the program on martial music At that time the inclement weather kept quite a number from attending Martial music was the subject wad was quite a departure from the usual study of the old masters however it proved most delightful and beneficial Sev eral brilliant marches were played among them one from Tannhauser by Mrs Kellogg Following this came the meeting of last week which was indeed a most enjoyable one Suiting the life and works of Mendelssohn who was the subject for the day was the bright afternoon which lent its radl like to all within the doors of the hos pltable home Dire Pickets the president called for reports from tile different committees and after a few short remarks turned the program over to the leader sr Ketlloggwho in amostfascinatini y compared Mendelssohn with a i inoer of Lila contemporaries amon em Chopin Wagner Beethoven Schumann and aliens The following program was rendered and wan tho ugtily enjoyed ROil Call Aiiectlotpsoflhe composer Duet Midsummer Nights Dream Mrs Kttlloug and Mrs R It Burnam Spring Song Mrs A D Miller Duet Overture Io1 Allegro Mrs Pickets and Mrs W SOldham Rondo Capnccioso Mrs B L Middleton Funeral Mrs Kellogg Club Discussion The reflected in his music Tie program was one of the best gelI club has enjoyed and in every way derfced the fact that Mendelssohn was one of The very greatest of masters still lives in the hearts of music lovers His tile was one happy soug his death a grand finale After par taking of delicious chocolate sand wiches olives and nuts the club ad jouropd meet two weeks hence with Miss Katherine Walker who will render a Cecilian program Splendid Moves Mr D B Shackelford had on exi I hibition court day one of the Laurel heaters now being sold by him Th ftstovecoal or slack lignite or wood and with one particle of smoke or soot hi thoioutrhly demonstrated when Iant agent even went so far as to sat the slack with water before put ting it In the stove ond eyen then the was no smoke The Laurel is sure to meet with success as it has so many of perfection Call at II- billckelforde B anti aml e It a aD LMiddletons ready freedom been appreciate better victim indigestion strengthen stomach thatch remnves body uutjl The Kenton label friendly guide post that points clothingNoway Nothing most desirable material carefully handmade skilled tailors good enough who for of excelleneHKentont In all our clothing experience we have found finer clothing than brand In fact we think super ior to all others in fit style and shaperetaining long- wearing quality A most attractive display of winter Overcoats Raincoats your inspection Kenton SuitsJI5 to 2250 OvercoatsI 1250 TO 25 Other dependable Suits and Overcoats 5 6507508 JO1Z50 LCOV1NG TON9 Yards which March Warm UnderwearLikely need any day stock of thihgs here to hose from Silk Derby Wrights Nonshrinkable Wools low 25 cents fine 300 suit special value cents suit sold every at SlOO Our PLUSH is the most luxurious soft yet warm voolI N N ALBERT The Florist is having gorgeous display of CHRYSANTHEMUMS cordially invites the out to see them His greenhouses street never prettier Albert an expert and is worth your while to visit his establish TELEPHONE 188w ChristmasJ Shopping While the Stock is Fresh Then is the time to do Xmas Shopping At just this purchasesThey L E0 LANE f is showing in wide variety Cut Sterling Silverware Leather Umbrellas Crosses Bracelets Fobs etch GoodsCrTug Lowest PricesIU JAJr BOYSAre ou watching for who XTRAGOOp EHewill call us soon in three days possibly today Watch all trains rthe streets and especially our store suit of XTRAOOOD for the first boy under 16 who himtRemember to sayYu from Eder heimer Stein S Co and sell XT1tAuooD W D Oldham Co American Slaves B Emancipatio B L Middleton Richmonds leading druggist is to restore to many who have in absolute slav ery AKb t than the of that he is anab isfeet slave to his fttoiCach and B Mirfdleton in guaranteeing that M o na will tbd so you can eat un want and wien you want it all fear of furtJei bondage stomach is hat ihe foundation is to the louse and whei it ia weakened or disealledone organ r another is affscteel the bejirt li- II is a but the by is for the man looks this goal never the Kenton it and fall and Suits and invite t C 3t4J to it Large good Cotton Fleece Wool Fleece Plush Ribbed Health as as a garment or as as a A at 75 a where SILK underwear made as eiderdown as J iW a public on West Main looked it v- K Glass Goods Canes Rings t+ S the man sell Clothes ou perhaps Weve a handsome clothes catches are clothes one Mr L what reThe tothe te r l n Act that will Free Thousands lungs kidneys and liver vilE all be ii volved Imliiiianon causes nervou- re a sleflpletsurw head aches bar uclie diittrcFa after gating furred tongue and general weakness and de biliiy Miona is not a tnerq temporary r lief for indigestion but i positive reedy for all stomach troubles promoting good dieection simulating the sec tinnx and restoring beujtb Ask U L Mlddetou fo slow you ti RUHranteeHn13erwliicli liiisylis Mi o A largeiox of the tablets sells for 50 cents bHtcoatfiujwUiinsftUnleBsit cures ff x1 ri4 O1 C 9 9 IP RSONAL Miss Mary Miller has been visiting in Lancaster Mr and Mrs Joe Myers were in Cincinnati last Wednesday Mrs Charles Green and daughter have been visiting in Louisville 1IrJ B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs was here several days lastL weekMr R G Engle and Miss Annie were in Jackson county last eek Mr ant Mrs P F Adams Jr entertained the Epworth League last Thursday evening Mr Charlie Reeves is very ill with typhoid fever at the home of his sis ter Mrs Warford Mrs Ada Kinnaird has been visiting her brother Mr John Marrs of chmoml Central Record Mr Milo Shanks returned to Wash ington last week accompanied by his mother who will make a short visit thereMr Geo B Todd returned last week to his home at Speedwell from a vit to Esiill county relatives and fends Mr A D Miller spent last Thursday in Louisville in the interest of the Eighth District Publishers1 League of which he is secretary Miss Carlisle Chenault returned to er home at Richmond Saturday alter visit to her sister Mrs Nelson P Gy Winchester Democrat Mrs R A Woolums and Miss Ma bd Letton enroutn home from Chi CtO stopped at Falmouth to visit their sister Mrs J R Williams Mr and Mrs Elmer Ueatherage were in Cincinnati last week having gUile there to meet Misses Ethel and Annie Heacox who were returning from a visit to California Mrs James B McCreary passed through our city this week en route home from Danville Mrs Bettie Iu d snip and Miss Nellie Lampton hive returned from a delighttul visit to Mrs John lurley in Richmond 7 Sun Sentinet Lost Pocketbook containing email change anil plain gold ring with initials W J C near postofHre Return to this oN4 e and r c lverMW r i nov52 For Sale Tenhorse power boiler and engine nitd 26 inch Kreicli Burr for wale Aiio four room house for rent Apply to J IHetidereuuSpeedwehKyo251m Married The marriage of Mr Will Skillman Bacon of hayeite county and 1hs IMnltie McUuiro of Blurgrasn iy took place in Lexington on laot Wed Des dy evuniiijj Tim ceremouy which WtCd said by Rev V H Alien of Lx iifgtou was witnessed by the brides two sisters Miss Lona McGuire and Mrs Alien Brown and husimnd and Mr Buford Uormley of Richmond tin mediately alter usa wedding the happy couple left for an Eastern trip and upon their return they will reside at the grooms handsome country home near Brighton in Fayette county The bi ulehas lung bleu a favorite in Slatli son society and is said to be ono of Kentuckys prettiest girls She is theI youngest laughter of Mr and Mrs T 4 McGuire of this county the is not o iy beumlfiil in but noted iikawise torber lovabiedisposition null tiniiB cf character that endear her ill Mr Bacon Is a prosperous yonng mrmer ot l and has many mends who wish them a long life filled- 111Witb inuchbappiiiess 4 t r 1es o 61SmJl DnnO TI i HIi Jotlt oIr 1N911 J r11t tiJUSilI1 lr a tttfachoaL xuaranted For wile by byI if PEKRV k THOMAS 1 tJ fJ II f Boots aryd Shoes 1 forfallnewest styles in fine dress shoesHanan WalkOver BHt well Beacon and other leading bramlsS200 to 600 I Bootees Lace Boots HightLeather and Rubber Boots=by far the largest selections and best values in Richmondt t I ear You have read about o- urCOALbecause we keep telling you about it in the papers Perhaps hasnt impress ed you as it should Therefore we say again that ou- rStraight Creek Coal is the best to buy for every reason Hut our saying it is not equal to vour trying it Order a load and we wilt be satisfied to let you do the talking after wardsWe al o handle KANAWHA SALT PLAT EU CEMENT LIME etc wVYitt Office and Yard at L N Depot Telephone 142 Turkeys tor Sale A few nice Bronze Turkeys for sale Mrs Jas DeJarnett Phone 321b novS Inn BANKS r t7 t ft lt Century Laurel Heater for SlackI with with hard coal WHYBurns Coal Slack without Smoke orlSoot Fitted with Laurel Pouch Feed door and Poker dooreuHas 20th Century Laurel Fuelsaving Firepot Heats the Floor Clean Fuel savingtHandsbme Everlasting AUsoft objections overcome- If you going to buy heating stove will be worth your while to these heaters and their featuresalThe Firepot guaranteed for Five Yers OmBD Sbocke1fordC8l 1 j+++++++5 +++++++++1 t THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION ll TOYOURINDIVIDUALMEASUREMADE CLOTHES NOTICE That inasmuch day has been set aside upon which behooves to relax from cares dress up eat turkey and give thanksand inasmuch that day leaves just time enough for you to obtain smart Suit Overcoat to your individual measure ments by the fashionable New York custom tailors SSTERN SOW EXCLUSIVE CUSTOMTAILORS NEW YORK Ulemseasons newest especially designed by the said B STERN SON whom we represent here and to select v W The 20th J l1 r Soft Coal Lignite Wood The testimony tbooiands IsThese Heaters soft coml etr a hasoburner I Soft or the and coal are a it examine special is r r UI ul TAKE as one it us business as a or styles 5 S or or VX the fabric you prefer from Out tremendous assortment of fine quaiity thibets iiIworsteds cheviots tweeds and other suitable clpths which express the latest land most exclusive effects in textile art The smartest fashions are reflected in every st lbfit is absolutely fault 2 less workmanship is of highest character throughout prices arQonsidorably lower than than those asked by other customtailorsof equiilrei3utatien t Let us take your measures and youll be thankful r i RICE and ARNOLDTREIONE PRICE ROUSE 7I iW c tr L1 1I = r 1 1r L I iTJ ii ir r iiT i i 0 31F ai ii E 6 D E Ei 4i- iJf31 8 Youll Be DOLLARS 8 AheadBB8 T 1 rel jfeT TeI IeIjI= +++4CALL ATM + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssPhone 3 Second St A FAMILIAR FACE ThelikenessofDRWlJ CAtrnvSLt appears on every paclallc of r DrJ laldwells uRwu L4WWLLL SYRUP PEPSIN the reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Biliousness Sour stomach Headaches and Ferers Caused by Bowel and Stomach dis orders Every genuine package Is distinguished by this trade mark Your druzeUt will be glad to sell you either the or 100 size Sold by Perry Themas Thin H Breck Fire Life and ned dent Insurance eep2 4t There is nothing like flOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good ares Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be hadc Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY 8 ft rro- t From Parlor to Kitchen j Furniture Carpets parjYou need something new in the I lat JYou need Bed Room Suits Beds and tJ Bedding Mattresses Couches Rockers Chairs Carpets Safes Tables Cooking Stoves Floor Oil Cloth or some other Ihouliehold necessity not mentioned Jhere l tJ- J tisfactionJ qua- lityLananj r Jlillins t jMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky CI rr winter time is coming Donitt the c ld weather catch you without agood Heater We handle all kinds of Heaters Radiators and Air Tights When in need of aSeook Stoveerxmine our Regal Queen We are are agents for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Drills Special attention is given to Roofing Guttering and Repair ing Give us a call when in need of anything kept in a first class hardware store C A TAYLO- Rv M 1 Prices ictatthe 1 Racket Store 3 t 4tWhite enamel slop pails 12 qt 119 toilet set f2 69r8 inch jardiniers 29cS44 9 inch jardiniere 39c Flower pots 5c to Hie 11 Decorated lamps at low prices SMission clocks S3 S9 L 4 4 lOco Good china decorated cup and SS saucers dishes decorated 13 inch lOco 1 4tMeat and basin SOc Corn poppers lOc J 1Hearth brooms lOc Coal hodsx25 to 35C Shovels 5 tO15Cr c tt East Main Street RichmondS Kentucky t I 4 ET SNew Coal Ilia I have opened up a coal business again at the same place opposite Ice Plant where I have been located for six years the past year with the Big Hill Coal Co I will handle some of the best grades of Jellico coal alto the Brush Creek coal and I respectfully solicit a slnre of the patronage of the pee pie of Richmond aud Madison county and shall endeavor to make my prices vmy a iiiictive and will please yon in the qualitv of coal Jet my prices before buying your winter supply Telephone 93Saug9 3m H F BARKER THEY ENGAGED INA DUEL The Father and Son May Die From tho Wounds They ReceIvedI Burkesville Ky Nov 13PeaRidge in the southern part of this county was the scene of a duel between father and son in which the former was perhaps fatally wounded Numerous quarrels have taken place during the past two weeks between Lewis Scott aged 65 and his son Allen aged 25 The dispute grew very violent the wrath of both father and son being stirred to the highest ten slon The father drew his pistol and fired away at his son The latter grab bed a doublebarreled shotgun standing in the corner of the room and shot his father inflicting a wound that physI- cians say may end fatally The wound ed man has several children and gran children Young Scott surrendered to the officers TO SING BAREHEADED Pretty Hats of the Choir Will No Lon ger Attract Attention Lexington Ky Nov 13To pro vent tho minds of the female members from being distracted from the sermon by millinery worn by the women members of the choir the Central Christian church of this city has requested them to sing bareheaded The innovation was Introduced Sunday The choir loft Is immeidately behind the pulpit and officers of the church took the position that the variegated and beautiful hats of the ladles were feImalowhite to make themselves still more inconspicuous THROWN FROM A HORSE The Man Was Riding To the Scene of His Wifes Runaway Accident Owingsville Ky Nov 13 At Sharpsburg this county while Mrs T J Allen Mrs J S Sharp and her small son Bruce were driving the horse away overturning the vehicle ranI throwing the occupants out Mrs len was terribly bruised and injured internally Mrs Sharp was badly bruised as was the chid Mrs Sharps husband learned of tha accident and mounted a horse to ride to the scene but was thrown and sriously hurt The First In 12 Years Hopkinsville Ky Nov 13The county board of election commission era composed of two lepubllcans and one democrat finally agreed to let tha vote stand as already counted thereby electing three democrats to Important county offices the first democrata elected here In 12 years Allen County Vote Scottsville Ky Nov 13The fol lowing are the majorities given by the official count to the republican nomi nees in Allen county H H Griffith 59 W Varlan 30 J L Dixln 53 J1 H GHlara 173 W H Justice 36 T J Freeman 83 J P Harlan 93 W A Pillow 108 Greenups Official Vote Greenup Ky Nov 13The elec tion commissioners concluded their work The official figures are Com monwealths attorney Hennessey 1 184 Wadsworth 1 424 senator Watson 1197 Fannin 140C representative Cole 1283 Hannah 1286 Bennett 86 Wounded In a Saloon Brawl Lexington Ky Nov 13 Lawrence Forston well known In sporting cir cles wasshot and dangerously wounl ed in a saloon brawl on Dowees street at an early hou and Jack Collins Is In jail charged with the shooting The men quarreled over a trivial matter A Record Automobile Run Lexington ICy Nov 13W T Muir made a recordbreaking run to Paris in his automobile on a wager with Turfman Bub May the distance from tho Fayette county courthouse tothe Bourbon temple of justice 20 miles being covered In 29 minutes Will Not Contest Election Lexlngtor Ky Nov 13The eke tion of S S Tauble as county judge of Breathitt county last Tuesday will not be contested by the present 1m cumbent James Hargis according to a statement made here by a close politi eat friend of Judge Hargis Money For Russian Jews Louisville KyNov 13A trifle less than 4000 waS raised at a meet- Ing held at Temple Adaht Israel on behalf of the Russian Jews The com mlttee having the matter in charge hope to swell the total to 25000 dur- Ing the coming week Skilled Laborers Union Newport Ky Nov 13tPii Newport Union of Skilled Laborers was organized in this city The union will include all the skilled laborers in the city that belong to unions and those who are union men who have no local councilSFootbalL Game at Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 13In a footballs game between the high school team and the high school team of Metropolis tho score resulted 0 to 0 It was one of the best games ever played In this section of the country Womans Sudden Death Covington Ky Nov J3 Coronei Tarvin after Investigating the sudden death of Mrs Staggenberg who was found unconscious beside a cow which she had been milking returned a ver dIet that death was due to apoplexy onlyGrett SriUla H II II IIIIII i II frill Ii IS I iII 11111 I nnRJ== i1 II BI tififriJJ EI 1II Ifyou see our line or Furs for your wife investing your tforeRAIN COATCloak a Suit of clothes or an Overcoaf for yourself thatboy SS d L 1 LACKEY HAMILTON ICorner first and Main eetRIIIMOND KENTU KY l l1t xele IeX III IEX xw N CUT IT OUTsays tho doctor to many of his lady because he doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women in thousands of cases by I I and I OFCARDUI II Womans Relief It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women nd has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of chronic Invalidism It will cure you if you will only give it a chance I Sold at every drug store in 100 bottles Try it WRITE US A IETEER freely and frankly in strictest confi tlence telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice In plain- sealed envelope Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn b nu BETS PAID IN BLOOD A Fatal Quarrel Over Wagers Made on the Ohio Election Paintsvllle Ky Nov HAt flea ver Creek Village the population or rather numerous settlers had gathered at a small grist mill In the villago to secure their bread food for anoher week This was the first mill day beIheard the result of Tuesdays voting until they reached Beaver Village Bets had been wagered last mill day and this was pay day for election bets so to speak As a result of a wager between Cameron Estep and John Sad both well to do people of tho Idler district four men of tha community are now dead and another is dying Cameron Estop and John Saddler were among tile first to arrive at the mill in Beaver Village and as they had wagered 5 on tho result In Ohio the latter betting on Herrlck Estep demanded the money from the stakeholder and the funds were turned over A little later In the day after numerous other mountaineers had arrived many of whom had filled up on moonshine whisky Saddler decided from reports current in the community that Ohio was yet in doubt and that tho mony should not have been turned over to Estep The stakeholder refused to make good placeIed and one fatally wounded THE MINES AT STURGIS Effort To BeMade To Run Them With NonUnion Miners Sturgis Ky Nov llThe non union coal miners who were brought here to work in the mines of the Western Kentucky foal Co where a strike has been on for some time have been housed by the company in stockades and private detectives are standing guard The company say they will work the mines with nonunion men at all hazards There is considerable excitement among the union men f FELL DOWN THE STAIRS S The Man Was So Heavy That He Broke the Top Step Louisville Ky Nov 11 Because of his 220 pounds Richard H Hundley an insurance agent broke the top stop and then failing to the bottom sus- taIned Injuries which may prove fatal He fell a distance of ten feet and alighted on his back There are no broken bones but Mr Hundley appears to have suffered serious Internal injuries In a Friendly Scuffle Henderson Ky Nov llH D Robertson a wholesale liquor dealer of this city was fatqlly wounded In a friendly scuffle with Joe Henderson a farmer Henderson had a pistol in his hand at the time which was accidentally discharged the ball perfor ating Robertsons intestines School Property Burned HIndman Ky Nov llrThe we- T U settlement school property waa destroyed by tire Thirtyfive managers and teachers and 200 children escaped in their night clothes Hindman is In the mountain country and the school Is one of the largest of its lUnd la the state Hunter Accidentally Killed Bowling Green Ky Nov 1lEdLamastus a wellknown citizen of the Hadly vicinity is dead as the result of an accident He took his gun and left homo ostensibly to hunt but In a short time his lifeless body was discovered with the head completely blown off No Contest In Breathitt Owingsville Ky Nov 1L Reports state that no contest will be made by the Breathitt county democrats over Tuesdays election won by the fusion OYerr700Judgeat his home by illness since the election Woman Sandbagged Louisville Ky Nov 11Twonegroes each carrying a sandbag attacked lire Mary L Sheets in her gro cery store at 1006 Jefferson street and preparlugin and they fled Beckham Offers Reward Frankfort Ky NoV llQov Beck ham offered a rowan of 500 for the apprehension of George B Warrior convicted of the murder of Hon Pu fromtheeral weeks un IA bad memory Ia the skektoa IB a 1Irlcloeet GAVE UP SUPPORTER wore a supporter for years for everythIng Chrisman ofMannsville N Y suf fered untold misery and could hardly walk After taking Cardui gave up myfeet Buy your Kanawha Salt from Letcher Witt Oct 4Ct White riymooth Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pullets and cockerels for sale These chickens are direct from KfslielV stuck who won seventeen premiums at the St Louis Worlds Fair Egs at half price A good hatch guaranteed JlAinSo POIJTTBY FAR- MKingston Ky S E Sqori Prop O D MILLER Mur Telephone B H Tuxon and Rro or economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtightheaters 28dtf Farm For Sale I offer for sale privately lay farm cf 750 acres more or less located J inilef lortli of Union City A pout ten or 15 acres in cultivation the balance in grass The farm is well watered hav ing a creek and several never failing springs Fencing and farm cenerally in excellent condition For further particulars call on or address Irvine Azbill anc23tf Union fHv Ky PubIicSaleHav- ing purchased a farm in Boyle countv and haying to move December 10051 will sell pnblirlv on the prferil Ises without reserve or by bid on Anty In ri 1O nt 10 oclock a m the following property 52 70100 Acres of land locai J on the Barnes Nil pike onehalf mile west of Richmond with good twostoi v dwelling containing S rooms with force pump and sink in kitchen basement under entire house fine cistern servants house and nil other necessary outbuildings and small orchard large barn 100xf4 ftet well equipped fordairy purpose Several bUIIYrarmlnseveral toyes and other articles too numerous to mention About 000 w 1500 bales of hay part clover balance imothy about 400 balM straw 150 bar rels of corn 15 acres good fodder 75 shocks sugar cane This laud is all ill blurgrass except 15 acres which IB sowed in rye aol with trood stand of Alfalfa on part of place This is one ol the most productive farms in Madison county antI is well fenced and well watered Terms easy and made known on day of sale Possession at once At paina time and place will offer for sale about 35 Acres of Land belorgInInfadisoncol1l1tyand good orchard on the premises never fHilihg spring and under good BarnesMill HM Hrndon Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Poor house Notice Notice is hereby given thatthe under signed committee will receive staled bids for the Poor House and Poor House Farm for the year 1908 and for the maintenance and care at so much pel weekof pauper patients at the Poor House for the year 190G The rent of the Poor House and Poor House Farm will be payable quarterly and the agreed forpntientsperimuch are you willing to pay for the Poor House and Poor House Farm antI at what price are you willing to take she pauper patients at said Poor House perweekSFur nformntion concerning the lot of land to go in corn and the matter in which the farm is to be cultivatedcall on the County Judge Bids should he scaled and sent to the allbllsNovember 1905 at 12 oclock noon and the rivi se IK rca difrCjecting anvaud all bidRThe snccessfni bid rter wjir he required to give to Madison county a good and suillcifnt bond to be approved saidjcommitfee eJigmed JUSTICE DYKEVChrrn M MflEOVGXTON 2tGOLtIN Coy 5- liii f f i rIb coughs-S G E A T sharpcornered rasping coughsCoughs nearly tear your throat in two Coughs that come from clear down in- I the stomachSThe very worst coughs are all cured by IPerry White Thomas Tar Pine J t So palatable the smallest child can takA it So efficacious it acts readily upon the most chronic coughs J SOCeostmore I tm J t HALL VEGETABLE SICILIAN llah Relt1lewer Perhaps you like your grayhair then keep it Perhaps not then remember Hails Hair Renewer always restores color to gray hair Stons fallmfj hair nlsoutmaco U 9 a A In h I k iJI t of as a a a and to at A big ment of at less line all and cost 750 15 and 20 will sell at 5 V All the at price 8 will I 3 and S50 lii I out all heat value of your coal Dont sen up the hot that to go yot house Gases and are combustible if the proji means is taken to on1bustlbi1S ThePeckWilliamson Furnace works on principles The coal is frd from under neath the gases pass the flame of arisin from it and are and transformed into heat Ni an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are reduced onehal to and air is vitiated nor burdene with the disagreeable odors and of the old fashione furnaces We would like to send you our free boo about it or have you call at our store where Furnace are on C E Douglas C Successors to Arbuckle Simmons for PeckWilliamson and Ventilating Co 0 lli SIL tl Afr ii J ffiFI 7171 m Fffi m ftM 4Tr M I itII r II i 4 of the foe Merchandise dIany STwo Big Stores now running So come early and take advantage of the Greatest Bargains ever known in the history the dry goods in Richmond This sale com mencingt Monday October will never before the wonderful purchasing powers of your money To you an idea of we are going to do will you few prices Foreign and Domestic Dress Goods neiv ories Cravenette Cloths Plaids Henriettas Albatro Mohairs etc we will sell at J3to 12 less regular large assortment of most weave known at 13 less regular price Black Taffeta Silk 36 inches widet fully guaranteed to weart will sell at J per yard which is less it cost at wholesale Linens of Every Description Table Linens Napkins match beauLiful qualities strictly wholesale prices assort Towels 13 than price Ladies Raincoats Big latest styles shapes new 10 1250 750J0and15S vS+ Lorsets1leading and mos makes 12 Womens Skirts price selUl More Heat Less Coal the the chimney air ought through smoke insure Underfeed scientific through instead consumed twothirds the neither dryness hotair these exhibition Sole Heating Cincinnati at trade great 16th 1905 demonstrate give what give great than price Silks every than 150 than regular popular regular regular land Squeeze Agents many I several hundred yards of new Outings and Flannellettes at wholesale prices 7 12c per yard A large line of womens andchildrens UNDERWEAR 12 regular price sizes and quality the best You can save big money whichat the beginning of the season is a very unusual thing 7f Great Bargains in Millinerys 71 In fact we have so many goods we cant cit terittethem All goods in both stores will be sacrificed regardless of cost we fyou is to come in 4ndlett1sdmonstratethe above The stock must be closed out by January 1st 1906 as I leave then for New York to live S n 11 B W JL URNERn7E FCorner Main and Second Streets RICHMOND KY W 717r Vf 7tI7f 71mI7J r yiy 2