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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 it I H TH RICH ONi CLIMAX tt f viii- x e t j IIr 1 IfOLUME 32 t t RICHMOND MADISON COUN Y SErT Trt1 t l o o o o l p p you en o li3 1 earr ilF ijF L 1 n tttlf JoLo WATSON KedY ok FS With a Cash Purchase of 40 we pay your railroad fare to Lexington and Return Bu 25 and we pay your fare one way STRIKING NEW siDistinction and individuality of stvle are the supreme features of our rangeisl suit of fine cloth Cheviot Worsted or Shadow Plaids They r present the seasons best styles and are unusually low pried Many more beautiful models in Broadcloth and Gray Serge and Wool Crash at special prices S Coats of Broadcloth Fur Lined and Plain Empire Coat with loose back and semi fitted effccs Covert Coats are the seasons crazeTe have them in many different styles and prices 10 ti to 35 Panama and Serge Skirts bark blue or brown This is one ofuur 7 50 values and is specially priced this week at 500 a Gigantic Fur Sale New styles in Reected Skins correct in style to the extreme and grnti fyin ly good Electric Seal Coats 35 00 to 60 00 Mink ScarN and Muffs 15 00 and upward Isabella and Sable Fox Ties Scarfs and Throws 7 50 8to 4500 Illicit Martin Neck Pieces 6 50 to 15 00 Separate Muffs from 00 to 4000 Everything Furs filly25 pr cent less that elsewhere Silks for Every Use at Low Prices 4 Black Silk Special 86 Inches wide alt pure silk Black Taffeta rpjula r selling at 135 per vard for 98c Novelty Silks for Suits and Waists a Checks Plaids Roman Stripes and Run Metal Novelties exclusive designs a d coringsuperion value 75c to tl 50 per yard r Rousing Dress Goods Sale Every yard is in strict adherence to the late syle and thoroughly de pe dablt for wear Kersevs and Melton Coverts all wool made in all the ppuUr shades 54 inches wide 125 and 160 per yard Cravenettes and Gray Serge ultimo herring bone stIanrt plain finish all colors 150 to z 2 00 per yard Henrietta Panama and Drap de Etr Suitings The most dertrable materM now in use for fashionable gowns 75o to 150 i Under Muslin Cambric and Nainsook Gowns of beautiful quality Shtrts nnri in both quality and style Corsettnvers Lace and Embroidered Con 8ceirs 25o to 3 00 Merode hndfinshed Under ear for women and chil dren medium and heavy weight 25o to 50c Union Suits bOo to 100 R Extra grde SOO Petticoatsicoats 2 60 UNSURPASSED DRESS MAKING AND TAILORING MRS PEN DLETOV i 20 SUITS FROM LAST SEASON GOOD STYLES SOLD FOR 2000 l AND 2500 YoUR CHOICE FOR f500 JLseWatson The 20th Century Laurel neater for Soft Coal or Slack Lignite or Wood The testimony ef thousands Is These Heaters with soft coal equal a baseburher with hard coal WHYr Burns Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or So dooroand Poker doome Has the 20th Century La tra Fu Isaying Firepot Heats the Floor Car urisiving Handsome and Everlasting overcomeiI If you are goin yougr f while to examine these heaters f The Firepot is guaranteed for Five Y- ersWelfordn q Co q p BOYSAre S ou watching for the man who sell XTRAGOOp Clothes He will call ou us soon perhaps in three days Ppossiblytoday Watch all trains the streets and especially our store Weve a handsome suit11 XTRAGOOD idr16whoclothescatches him- Remember to sa EderYheimer Stein Co and sell XTRAGOOD clothes ij WDOIdhamC6 i t WOMEN IN HARVEST FIELDS They Save Farmers of South Dakota from Heavy Loss and Can Hold Office Scotland S DIt Is not generally known that women played an Important part In the gathering the vast crops of farmervmanual labor on the Bonhomme coun ty farms was performed by women and girlsWhen the farmer saw the vast fields of wheat and oats and other grains waving yellow and loaded with rich yielding heads he was perplexed to find cleat help to garner In the grain Me were scarce and many times could notbe had at the best of wages The alterna tIve was to call on the women They responded nobly and to see women and girls driving six horses hitched to a binder or header in this part ofthe state was no unusual sight Those who could not be used as drivers worked as ordinary men in the fields or atother menial labor Among the Russians in this country women did most of the work this year They all went at their tasks with light hearts and the farmer smiled when ho saw his fields reaped and the grain gathered in stacks or thrashed There were no fancy dresses worn in the fields nor were there any fancy dishes on the tables of these thrifty people There were no trees to shade the weary ones on the edges of the fields nor did the fair ones carry umbrellas They did not even think of these things for it was the gathering of the crops that they were intent on- women and girls when they worked away from home this summer were paid as high as 250 a day with their board Farmers say that in many cases they are preferable to men as they can be trustedWomen in this state are also playing a very important part in the handling of political affairs There is no law that says a woman cannot hold office In fact several are now holding the office of county superintendent of schools Other offices have been filled with great honor by bright pretty women At the same time the women of South Dakota make the very best wives to be found in the land- POOR STRIKES GOLD IN PIT Assay Proves Ore to Be Worth X490 a TonWas Once a Gravel Deposit Los Angeles CaL From the owner of a gravel pit on a small piece of land yielding a scant income to suddenly become the possessor ok a paying gold mine is the transformation in the for tunes of 1L M Eshelman of Tropico Near the intersection of Glendale avenue and Cypress street Is the Esh elman house situated t n about two and onehalf acres of land A wash passes through the rear end and Just beyond the wash the land runs Into a low hill of decomposed red granite The face of this hill has been blasted and a pit has been scooped out across the property teams have hauled hun dreds of loads of gravel There was more pay in the gravel business than the returns from the soil Suddenly the teams ceased coming to the little lot and the word wentout that the gravel pit was exhausted The neighbors did not believe tuis but ac cepted the story and awaited develop mentsSoon the truth leaked out and the of the final blast that opened- a yellow pocket of pure gold was ispread with wideeyed wonder The new mine owner was suspicious and beyond acknowledging that he had made a strike he would say nothing JOYOUS DREAM SHATTERED Xalamazoo Mich Girl Said Hubby looked as If Hed live to Be 150 So She Left Mishawaka IndThe dream bt wedded bUss of David Hogenboom aged 61 years of this place who took as his bride Miss Clara Van Voight aged 35 of Kalamazoo has been shattered after but two weeks of the honeymoon had passed Because her husband would not concede to her certain property and money Mrs Hogenboom has returned- to her home in Kalamazoo When she married Hogenboom she says a pre nuptial agreement was entered into whereby Hogenboom assigned to the young bride much of his property Aft er the marriage had been performed she discovered that she could control none of the property until after th old mans demise and she consequently said that unless he would consent to rearrange matters she would leave him He bad new papers drawn up and gave her 500 but she left for her home with the remark it Is alleged You look as If you would live to be 150 years old Deaf Mutes Are Experts DeaTmutes their infirmity proving a help instead of a hindrance have dem onstrated that these is one kind of skilled work in which they far excel the ordinary artisan A Chicago telephone factory after a series of expert ments made the discovery It was found that to the making of the dell cate mechanism of the modern tele phone the deaf mute by reaso ol the manual deyeldprnent iHcideni to constant use of the sign language if peculiarly adapted One hundred and fifty of the deaf mutes it Is anadanced are sow given tnB loYJBeBt1n the fac tory at standard wne Fortune Smiles IK Sight Direction n An Iowa man white cutting com UB earthed a pot of gold Lettlwyowtk of the land observe that Ute niaaWM wor- kisgwkenthisbitofluekstrIek I- toaIYg t aot around a llveqtabk Love that lire on beauty sooi will coop starve to dst6- t 1 o =rn 0 o rn r rn rn Q d o Q o i3 rn 8 8 rnU m 8 gETIill J OAT1nvesttngor an Overcoaf for yourself and that boy tt f ICornerY T Y T T TY Y Kti Y TT Y Y Y Y T Y V Y Y 1t Lc n O I r 1 ri y s R m c t ynDISTINCTIVELY A CR Ar l OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER phosIo uoncs digested in sulphuric acidor of alum which is onethird sulphuric acid sub ov de rs nPbecause UNION CUT Meers Thomas House and Jihn Eades were in Richmond court day buying cattle They purchnsed nice drove Mr Will Collins and wifeare receiving the congratulations of their friends over the birth of a bouncing baby girl Wljjch arrived Thursday night Mr Charles Dickereon and wife Rere the guests of Mr John Dtuiiy and wife Thursday night Mr linden Keen is delivering fint lot of corn to Mr John Eades at two dollars per ban el Mrs John Eades and daughter were shopping in town Friday Mr Thoa House bought ol Mr Samuel Hisle a rice bunch of shoats Mr i erry Johnson bought of Silas neeii pMrHouse one steer at three cents proofQMissing clerk at Oldham Bosleys dry goods store at Union City She is one ofour most popular young ladies The people of this vicinity are repfi ing over the sweeping vlctorg of Uiiz Pleas and Uncle Buck M BS Gertrude Old is just recovering from a severe illness DOYLE5YIOE Born to the wife of Mr Enos Tranter a nine pound boy Mr Henry Abneys children who have been so ill are some better Mrs Sarah Ranking of Illinois for merly of this county has a tiny little girl weight 1J pounds Mr James Eades is on the sick list Mr rom White and wife of Fayette county have been visiting his mother and friends On last Saturday evening Misses Grace and Gertrude Btnmback entertained at their home quite a crowd of young folks Among those present were Miss Margaret Hisle of Lexington Miss Annie T Lanter Eiirnest Thomas Luth Pearson Chester Bran denburg Henry White Matha shearer of Clark county Gilbert Tracy Grover Brumback Miss Maud Brumback Mr Sant Bush and family arrived last week from Illinois where they have been for the past two years They came back to Old Kentucky to make their home The Companion as a Christmas Grift Can you think of a gift more certain to be acceptable than a years subset ip Isyor ing once haI the paper in his hands and locked through it did not wish to posaessjit for his very own It is a gift which far from losing its freshness as Chiiutmas recedes into the past grows more delightful more necessary to onak enjoyment week by week The boy likes it for it reflects inits pages every boyish faste and every Hue boyish aspiration Tne father likes it not only for its fiction but fur its fund of information of the practical sort The girl likes It for the stories ariet dotes sketches and editorial articles printed in each number especially for her The mother likes it for its stories of domestic life and family affection for its childrens page and for its medi cal articleiOarceiptotfl7S the yearly sub ecriptioa price the publishers tend to the new auDscri er all the remaining issues ui The Companion for 19ii5 ntni the MluutemetiV Calendar for 1900 litbographe in twelve colors and gout Full illustrated Announcement of the new volume fair JK6 will be Eent with sample eop4Mc the paper to any address free TrtsYOUTir8 o PANlON 14 Bork lit Bo ou Mini t S YED JJIY mE That what a prominent druggist said of Scotts Emulsion a short time ago As a rule we dont use or refer to testimonials in addressing the public but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connection with Scotts Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note From infancy to old age Scotf offers a reliable means of remedying im and weak develop restoring lost flesh andvitalityand repairing waste The action of Scotts Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emulsion itself What it does it does throughnourish mentthe kind of nourish ment that cannot be obtained in ordinary food No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scotts Emulsion and gather good from it We will send you a sample fro Re mre that thii picture tithe form of USel U on the wrapper youbYSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY 50caniI all druggists Thanksgiving Day est= VIA QreatCentral 0 H k D Pere Marq Jete CCA ON November 2930 Tickets will be sold to all points within 150 miles of selling station at Verytow Rates Good to return Dec 4th For full information inquire- of any Great Central Agent or addressD ARDs P T M Cincinnati Ohio CoiWoa Thud Great Auction Sale Nncenther2l audf2 of iinprovwl and- uiimprogedtity property business hoisea residences nod vacant lots In allparts of Ilie city Two days sale Write us fat particnlars MOORE OFFBTT Real Estate Agts CorbTn Ky A T Fowyth Auef Parlor Ky JJ Lto A A W r or II F U R S I J AT REDUCED PRICES I IV will sell all our Furs at reduced prices Learn valuet It isQ a mistake in FURS Look to qualty before price Do IJH deceived by words See for yoursef Our Furs are well made give value received every time Our knowledge and guaranteed are Inllt of it Furs at Reduced Prices I Repairing and Remodeling a Specialty I M ovent aFURRIER ONKJ Fayette Phone 1162 222 W Main Street 1t 41 a Io RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY The world dn1lre men who are strong to physical enperonalzdeTtlopmen IaNWutfleas ourcaIlIalteperrcR UEOiCAL ASSOCIATION or CHICAGO u s Aj For sale by E C Wines LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware S ore Phone 582 RICHMOND KY D y U WANT A H MB1 onpanykind houseshueitions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you are improvementsare willing to invest and any other havefarmsand we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring ycu one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E Youxo Sn Pres Lebanon Ky 1llj- 3rtt st D a n ly o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 Cloakor Furs for vlisi and daughter f a Suit of clothes A 1- l W W e l Goods For a rJ r XM AA Scan now be found at our store j We have just received the nicest line of all If goods to be used in the house during the holiday J seasonfiFresh Raisins Figs Dates t J1and all the ingredients for black cakes OnrJ l Christmas line of J Queensware t i is one of the most beautiful and complete to be found in Central Kentucky jVealso carry the celebrated 1 J1 Kanawha Saltiifthe best that can be had fog preserving meat tJ- J Call and look over our stock before making a pur f i1 chases in anything in our line Covington9 Arnold r Bro Main Street e If you dont believe the Climax are a good paper read her i eTfI le I cerr x xeI IeIileTexe I I gypk 9 I 1 r = i1 TO1 J O- 1VIy l if Entire Stock of Goods ifI Must be Sold by January I st Ft I I Dl it r 1 j II r jell 1 il f 1 1 w T Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Rough and Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED Bl4NTON CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY B- TTho Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D lIILLEREdltor Manage Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City omceis 5 00 For County Offices 1000 For State aRid District Offices 1500 For Mills per Ine 10 Eor Cards per line 10 For all publications in the interest of In dividuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY NOV 22 1900 THE Ohio law authorizing any person who loses money at gambling t bringsuit for its recovery was sustained by the United States Court inn case in which Mrs Frank Trou sued William Marvin owner of Ui building in which her husband lost 7000 in gambling Marvin d the unconstitutionally the Ohi law but the court overruled the plea That the statute of limitation can not be used to protect the stockholder of a failed National bank against liabilit on his stock was decided also In an opinion delivered by justice McKenna in the case of George C Rankin receiver of the Hutchinson National Bank of Hutchinson Kansas vs Edward Barton a stockholder in that bank A DISPATCH from Muscatine Tows says Reporters called at the humble home of William Clarke who died of delerium tremens The widow and ton children were gathered about the kitchen fire When asked for particulars the widow took a pencil and paper and prepared the following note for the press Please do not say that the family deeply mourn for their dead For years he has been husband and father only in name For affections given only blows and curses have been re ceived in return It is better for him that he is dead and better for us Now that the long black chapter is ended do not make us hypocrites by publishing that which is not true THE United States Supreme Court has reversed the decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case of the Union Refrigerator Transit Com pany vs the Commonwealth of Ken tucky This decision exempts from taxation in Kentucky the cars owned by the Union Refrigerator Transit Company and used in other States although the company may be a Ken tuckycorporation and means that a Kentucky corporation cannot be forced to pay taxes in this State on property it may own in other States IT is said the saloon keepers of Fal mouth Ky have signed an agreement- to cooperate with the grand jury to prosecute all persons who violate the Sunday liquor law If the saloon- keepers are working along this line it is difficult to see how the Sunday liquor law could be violatedGeorge town Times en ONE thing that Teddys resent Southern trip did was to discover the most beautiful woman in the South Miss Selma Allen the fairest flower in Atlpntas rosebud garden of girls A Roosevelt girl whose color scheme is a mixture of blue eyes under dark lashes a complexicn of blended rose and gardenia a head crowned with vivid gold TUB Court of Appeals has refused Mrs Cassie L Chadwick an appeal and she will haveto serve ten years in the penitentiary How small she must look by the side of the Life InI suranpc Presidents none of whom have even been indictedI AnooSTEnal Findlay Ohio jumped on a small boy Wednesday knocked him down and spurred him viciously in the neck This thing of Ohio going Democratic is no jokeCynthl ana Democrat If you want liens that will lay all winter get some ot the Madison Fonltry Farms Stock Kingston Ky The bens are given upto be the best layers Prices only 100 each Cockerels 150 each I uersYou can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops llIairVigorYallin- gofthehairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so Mr hair faded until It was about white It took Ult cue boUlo of Ayerl hair Vigor to restore It to Ita former dark rich haIr Vigor certalnlr does what you claim fo- rILAl1 Kocklngliain N C 1 a bottle J 0 AYER coAU loel1 Masl 4drullIltlfor Fading Hair= THE Climax at all times has been a strong advocate for the organization of a commercial club in this city and Placedomatter reading public Now when we are about to wind up oneIequestion We know for a fact that quite a number of our forosome cause perhaps the lack of a leader no step has been taken Other towns noJarger than Richmond commercialysuc an organization these towns have made wonderful strides in progress and growth Every town needs a commercial club which acts as a power to start tho great wheel of industry revolving at a more rapid rate No town in Central Kentucky the size of Richmond can boast of more wideawake and progressive merchants and citizen than we can We all feel proud of the growth and improve ments made only in the last few years Still this could be doubled if we only had a well organized body of our hustling business men to see to the commercial affairs of our city Let us get together and without further suggestions organize a commercial club Let us keep up with the line of march in this direction and we like other cities around us will soon be reaping the benefits that are sure ti ba derived from such an organization 100 Reward JOO The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science ha been able to cure in all its stages nec that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving urthedoing its work The proprietors have powprsthatany case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials AddressFJ CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation SThe Youths Companion In 1o6 During 1906 The Youths Companion will publish in 52 weekly issues 7 serial stories each a book in itself reflecting American life in home camp and field 50 special articles contributed by fa mous men and women travellers es sayists soldiers sailors statesmen and men of affairs 200 thoughtful and timely editorial articles on important public and do mestic questions 250 complete stories by the best ofI living storywriters stories of charac ter stories of achievement stones of humor 1000 notes on cnrrent events and dis coveries tn the field of science andI natural history 2000 bright and amusing anecdotes Items of strange and curious knowledge poems and sketches This is what The Companion offers its readers during 1900 And the qual- Ity of it is fully equal to the quantity The paper is interesting without being sensational bright without being flashy elevating and strengthening without being prosya paper for every member of the family- A lull Announcement of the new volume will Le sent with sample copies of the paper to any address on request The new subscriber for 1900 who sends 175 for the new volume at once will receive free allthe remaining issues 1905 including the Double Holiday Numbers also The Companions Min utemenCaleudarfor 1900 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley Street BOLTON MASS t iE t t Japanese Furniture Rooms furnished in this delightfully artistic Bamboo Furniture are rapidly taking the place of the Oriental cor ners so popular until recently Furniture is decorative andJapanese strong inexpen a sive and fits in with the furnishing of bed room ManybeautifuLandBoxes Work Boxes Tabourettes Tea Tables etc We will be very glad to have call and examine the showingOWe are making unusual preparations to every one in search of Christmas presents this seasonf I CF BROWERe GO- r K y T G T O TT IC V b IIi i J 1IIf i up A TRIP TO THE GREAT- SOUTHWEST On the 17th day of October heft Richmond for a tour of the great Southwest There were fifteen in the party bound for the same country Arrived in Louis ville over the L A and Southern Railway at 6 30 p m On my arrival in the city I met Jfr HR Smith the genial and accommodating U F P A of the Louisville Atlantic Rail road Company at the Union Station Mr Smith was in the city on business connected with his line and the meeting was informal- Shortly on arrival at the Union Sta tion in Louisville I met Mr Howard Jolly who is indeed a jolly fellow and the hustling and wideawake traveling passenger agent of the Frisco System Mr Jolly was accompanied by Mr E M Wornack city passenger agent Henderson Railway These gentleman had tickets issued to the party which left at 9 oclock pm over the Render son Route for St Louis Here I desire to make special men tion of the courtesies extended me by HrL J Irwin general passenger agent and Mr E M Wornack city passenger agent both of the Henderson Route They are clever and accomodatitig and gentlemen of the higheattypeand it pays to get the Henderson Habit when you travel Again I must doff my hat to that genial and accommodating gentleman Mr Howard Jolly traveling passenger agent ot the Frisco System Whenever and wherever he meets a stranger he always makes a friend He is a man of fine business qualifications and the Frisco System has a valuable man in thq person of Mr Jolly I desire to thank him personally for the max conrtesies shown me on this trip aiJda take great pleasure in recommending him and his line of road to the traveling public Left Louisville at 9 oclock p m and arrived in St Louis the following morning at 750 oclock over the fa very1esleep but was aroused from iny slumbers at 530 amaud I was if forded an opportunity to view from a fleeting railway train a vast area of territory in the great state of Illinois On my arrival in St Louis the first thing I did was to look after the inner man Shortly after a hearty breakfast I began a stroll about the city After taking in the sights for some two hours I proceeded to the Frisco Building corner Ninth and Olive streets I had in my possession a letter of introduction from Mr Howard Jolly T P A to Mr S A Hughes General Immigration Agt of the FKSCO System Mr Hughes was not present when I called but as I was making my exit lie made his appear ance I was hailed and an introduction followed Mr Hughes is a stockily built man polite and courteous anda gentleman of unbounded Integrity He escorted me to the office of Mr J W Nourse General Advertising Agent the Frisco After an introduction Mr Nonrse extended me the courtesies of his road To both Mr Hughes add Mr Nonrse AS well as other employes ol the Frisco System I desire to tender my sincere thanks for the many courtesies shown me At the Frisco Building I was shown an Oklahoma producta 63pound wa termflon Oklahoma captured thee grand prize at the Worlds Fair on watermelons rLaler I visited the Worlds Fairs the home of ex Governor Francis the President of the Worlds Fair Governor Francis is out a native beautilul1I0meheld in high esteem by the people of his adopted State I met Mr Charles Prior an old Nicholasville friend He is head clerk at the Buckingham hotel one oi the largest and finest hostelries in the Worlds Fair city Met Flick Anderson and Will Scott two moe Nlcholasville boys Tick Crutcher was also in the city but I did not see him I also visited the fonner home a an uncle Capt W B Russell who for a number of years prior to his deatht was general western agent for the StI RailwayI bus mart yet I am not in love with the place The principal streets are narrow and rough and the buildings assume aidingy hue The buildings are not as imposing as those of Cincinnati and especially the Custom House In the way of building and general improvements Louisville seems to be leading St Louis In fact the metropolis of Kentucky is making wonderful progress as much as it is possible for any city to make on a substantial basis I left St Louis at 245 p m over the Frisco System for Guthrie the capital of Oklahoma I landed in the latter city right side up with care at 230 m the following day Owing to heavy rains and swollen streams the train was nearly four hours late and I was somewhat fatigued when I reached my destination The trip from St Louis to Guthrie over the FrlscoSystem is a very enjoy able one indeed The train service i as good as any and second to none IIwas also very favorably impressed the country the road i ra verses in Mis souri The country was one of absorb ing interest As I sat and gazed out ofI thereIs I orchardsIe nnc 1 would imbibe the baauty and gran ThefI with thriving towns and some conld be seen far away in the distance As the train approached Cuba a thriving town abankin the western horizon and Old Sol cast a band of brilliant orange hues acro the evening skies forming one grand beutiful panoramic and kaleidoscopic view It was a beautiful and inspiring scene in nature and one which the portrayAIagraduallyera hilltops and the night began to gently draw her maatleoverthe earths surface As the tim shades of evening enveloped the great state of Missouri Iwas of ma yrationsgreat state has pndat the head of her executive JaJMJriBieat she is destined to become one of the foremost States in tbeNation On the train I met any number of- l3Ople bound for Indian Territory and- klahoma The trend oi emmigralloa o the Territories is something wonder uL I had a very pleasant time on the s tram until nature eertedher rights and I fell asleep I stept soundly tIih 630 the next morning and would Iive probably pt onbd iotbeu aroMed y the Con WUa Iwoke we were about ton miles e t of CJ4rmor I j bin TSrWr iLl bad mut inownf k tii IW The above is a ture likeness of one of Richmonds gifted sons Hon R W Miller who is being warmly sup ported in his race for Speaker of the louse pf Represe tai tives I was several miles Xmas my native State I mightrliave thought was in the Blue- Grass regions of Old Kentucky Near Clairmore the land is beautiful 1Iod1 ern homes and wellkept farms abound 1Yon all sides The town seems to be flourishing and wideawake western town Everything seems to be on the hustle and prosperity is greatly in evidence After leaving Clairmore we passed through a fine agricultural coun try for several miles The next town of any importance we stopped at was Tul so a typical western town located in the famous Creek Nation Tulsa Is a city of 7000 inhabitants and shows a marked degree of progress and prosper- Ity The country adjacent thereto is somewhat rugged Here is found a numer oil wells new buildings under course of construction on all lides and factories of different kinds working to their utmost capacity Tulsa on all sides is surrounded by white tents and covered wagons showing there is a great flow of emigrants to that city With its trans natural resources it is cestihed to become a great commercial center Property at Tulsa is high There are one hundred and fifty pjodnc ing oil wells in the immediate vicinity These are in full view on either side of the railroad Tulsa is already a great town and a few years hence it will in all probability be a great and prosperous city The next stop was at Sapulpa Hereof we found a good town but apparently not so flourishing as Tulsa However Sapulpa is a good town and judging from present indcatlons it has a bright future Tulsa and Sapulpa are both in the famous Creek Nation Indian Ter ritoryOur next stop was at Chandler 0 T Here we changed cars for Guthrie and satiated our appetites Chandler is a firstclass town of 3500 inhabitants It is hustling place Has modern build lags three national banks three cotton gins large cotton seed oil mill big brick plant iron foundry good hotels sanita ritwn fine school building up todate stores four printing offices daily paper and various other enterprises I saw hundreds of bales of raw cotton here One hears a great deal of talk about the place in many parts of the Territory Kentucky is largely representedat Chandler and the latchstring hangs on the outside The run between Chandler and Gnth rio over a jerkwater branch of the Frisco System a distance of thirty eight miles was very fine I saw hun dreds of acres of cotton and some very fine orchards between these two places For miles you could look across the country and see homes looming up in the dim distance- y On arriving at Guthrie I was very much impressed with thegeiieial aspect of the place Here is a city of 18000 inhabitants sitting in majestic pride upon a hill or bills Tile city is built in a horse shoe bend of the Cimarlon river and standing near the centre of the city and looking westward one can see for a long distance down the rich and productive Cimarion valley The citys surroundings and the coun try is fine The city has natural drain age and modern and uptodate build ings Guthriehasthreo first class news papers two dailies and one weekly also a religious paper conducted by Mrs Carrie Nation The Capital is onf of he finest and best equipped printing plants west ot Kansas City I made thefrounds of the various offices and was ex tended every possible courtesy I also met many former acquaintances and as elsewhere in the Territory found Kentucky well represented I met Col Thomas Sovarcls formerly of Dover native town who is getting his cnpitalIwere also in charge of Xentuckians wliom you can assured always make things piers citewas t e guest Mr and Mrs Sam J Klein Mr Klein is a native 01 Kentucky being botn and reared in Louis ville To Mr and Mrs Klein I desire to tender my sincere thanks for the many courtesies shown me while in the city Guthrie Is really a beautiful city of which her citizens are and may justly feel proud The hospitality shown strangers on entering the city carries conviction every time and one feels perfectly at home from the very start Carrieswas out city during my stay therefore I did not have the pleasure of making her acquaintance She has many followers in Oklahoma and judging from remarks I became mentwaSIand against Respectfully iLESIIE RUSSELL New 1orkapple menwiUsetabout2 perbarrelfor theirfruit on tho trees this ear Last year they wereglad to get cehts and ranch fruit waS was not icked at nil The heathens idea of Godwas surely to original ours is borrowed from the pat generations who improved the beathejia original dream e After rescuing the ogeot 30 a wwaan ti Ulabeg8tsJTOa average woman would rather ave husband who tolls lies alHia hews than house with 17 loes fhMre should JM a tax on eldjUeoloii Burr m u are lf adVo v di i tlAt t== = ecas 1 p VJ t 0 A Few More of Richmond Officials- On account of the following cuts arriving too late for last weeks issue i we were compelled to carry them over to this week A T C ONeil Mr T C ONeil who succeeded himself as City Collector is oqo 0 our citys most popular officials Ho formerly served on the police force dut for the last two years has held and most acceptably filled tho trusted position of Collector the citys funds He is justly worthy of the high es teem in which he is held and he has been warmly congratulated upon his reelection Jesse Dykes Of the three policemen whose like nesses appear too much cannot be said They are all three men of fear less dispositions and have served in James Potts present positions long enough or all to see that they do their duty conscientiously and as becomes tho gentlemen that they are Richmond can well feel proud of her police department headed by Chief Jams Allman r Wm Manpin In the Heart of New York City Passengers ticketed via B O 8W New York are now landed at New JVest23d Street Terminal most con veni Station iii New York Ciljk ated JH the heart of the Shopping Hotel and Theatre District In aUdi on to electric ears an Xteetrid Cab nd Carriage Service has been esfet shed end popular prieea prevail Stopovers are allowed at W biBfpD BdlimoreandPhiladelpkIa For fall Particular eU ort fqar- TickitMftrwit Agent or wktowMT 0 P McMRT- Ycae1 1fuisgew Aje- atcacw 0 i jn = r 1 j Sins Consequences f Innocent Indulgence Often Brings Trouble B L Middleton Offers Means of Escape The consequences of violating physi cal law are often as unpleasant as the breaking itf a moral rule The Innocent indulgence of overeating brings con sequences that amount to real suffering Indigestion is not natural it is not riglititehould not be BXi Mid dleton offers a means of escape in Mi ona tablets that is slmpleand practical Those simple tablets are composed of such valuable medical agents as bis muth Bubgallate which Is superior to all other remedIes for stomach troubles cerium oxalate and tonics and cor rectives which promote the action of PERSONAL Mr Frank French is visiting his parents hero ColJ W Capertoft and family are visiting in Huntington W Va The Cecilllan Clnb will meet this afternoon with Miss Kate Walker Mr W A Logan of the ice plant is seriously ill at the St Charles HotelMrs T L Todd of Winchester has been visiting relatives in this county Miss Fairhnrst of Lexington has been visiting friends at Madison Institute Mrs J S Crutcher and btby have returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Miss Carlisle Chennult attended the Otis Skinner performance in Lexington last week Mr and Mrs T II Pickels have moved into Mss Mary Pickels new house bn Third st Mrs Mary Logan Sanderson and little son are visiting Miss Irene Moor in Harrodsburg Mrs Harry Scrivner of Beatty ville spent last Friday with her sister Miss Hallie Hamilton Misses Lettie and Leona Ware of Fayette county haws been visiting i their sister Mrs Tom Chenault JMr and Mrs Carson Nelsonand two children of Padncah are visiting Mrs Phoebe Boen near Kingston Rev Taylor President of George town College filled the pulpit at the Baptist Chnrch last Sunday morning Mr Herman Frasa formerly of this city but latelyof Birmingham AlaIwas here week mingling many friends Mr and Mrs R A Woolums are moving into the cottage on Glyndon avenue recently vacated by Mr and Mrs T H Pickels U S Marshall Store Sharpapd wife of Covlngton made a week end visit to Mr and Mrs T iL Curtis at their elegant home near Kirksville Miss Kathleen Poyntz of Richmond has been visiting her aunt Mrs Ann E Bean John WJones and wife visited the family of John Arnold in Richmond Mt Sterling Gazette Mrs Jennie Grider who is spend ing some time in Winchester was over soveral days last week to see her fathe Mr George B Todd and sis ter Miss Mary Todd at Speedwell Mrs W B Farris returned home yesterday from the Est where she visited Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia She also visiting in awayDanvhlle Dr and Mrs William Montgomery and daughter Anne have gone to 3ampbellsvillo to spend ten days with Mr and Mrs John Turner and Dr Montgomerywill take a hunt Mr Montgomerys mother Mrs William etcher of Richmond with little Miss Harriett Montgomery left last week for Macon Georgia to spend until January with her daughters Mrs Rutherford Douglas and Mrs McKay Lexington Leader Hon Jem A Sullivan attended the meeting of the Development Sub Committee and of the Revenue Taxation Committee which was held at Winchester last week and made a speechat the banquet The Commercial Club of Wincbester acted as host for the distinguished visitors and pleasant6neThe banquet in honor of the visitors was given that night in the hull of the enjoyedPlatesfifty and an elaborate menu was EpiscopalChurch decorated with flowers The dinner lasted until ten oclock after which the toastmaster Judge J M Benton rapped for order and announced the speakers Mr and Mrs Jacob Slaughter request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Ora Barnettto Mr LeoniCaufmanFrankel- Wednesday November the twenty second high noon Christian Church Eminence Kentucky The above invitation has been issued The bride is a granddaughter ot Mr and Mrs Abs Barnett who lived iu lifts city for vears the digestive organs strengthen the whole digestive tract and make it pos sible to eat what you like and when you like If you suffer with head aches Indi gestlon flatulency heart burn dizzi ness sleeplessness backache or de bility and weaknes begin the use of Miona at once Just one tablet out of a 60 cent box before each meal and you will regain perfect health and strength Ask B L Middleton to show you the guarantee under which he sells Miona It costs nothing unless it cures The risk is all his Communication from B L Middleton OffER TO REFUND MONEY IF HYOSJEI DOES ROT tURf CATARRH To the Editor of thelCliniax Lhave been asked recently if the ad vertisements printed in your columns regarding Hyomei were true where I offer to refund the money if this treatment does not cure catarrh I wish you would please print this letter in as conspicuous a place as possible in your paper saying that we absolutely agree to refund the money to any purchaser of a Hyomei outfit if it does not cure catarrh This outfit consists 61 an inhaler of a convenient size to be carried in the vest pocketso that the user can breathe Hyoraei four or five times daily With this is included a medicine dropper and a bottle of ilyomei The outfit sells for 100 and is a most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there Is enough Hyomei for several weeks use while extra bottles can be obtained for 50 cents- I trust this letter will settle any doubts that may have arisen as to my willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei outfit in case the purchaser is not perfectly satisfie- wish to say emphatically that my guarantee on Hyomei holds good and I will refund the money to any dissat isfied purchaser who simply states that he has used the treatment according to directions and not been helped Respectfully yours B L MlDDLETOV Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro r Riehms- We carry fifteen famous makes in cluding Mason Hamlin Hazelton Haines Bros Kingsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell- A Piano in the home generates a re fining influence and places the son or the daughter in a musical atmosphere which is more elevating than any other influence that could be brought to bear It also prepares them to take their place in the very best societySomething new a piano with the Cecilian concealed Every taste and every purso finds satisfaction here okoe- oTvisXe 146158 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky The Largest Yet It Has been my desire to have for the holiday trade the largest and nicest line of goods to be found in this city This season will eclipse all former efforts in quantityand quality From the large on display any one can find just what they desire for self or for presents for their friends A Visit to my store will convince all that the most superb line of goods to be found in a Jewelry store awaits you The most beautiful line of CUTTGLASS SILVERWARE CROSSES RINGS Bracelets Fobs Chains Clocks and all kinds of Jewelry Call now before the rush of the Holidays begin and select from my large assortment the pres eats for your friends and rela tives My prices are lowest my goods the best that money can buy F J YEAGER Second Street RICHMOND KYj 3 Midwinter Opening q Parisan Models tJ seen during New Yorks Horse Show J InReceptionand Street Hats also Velw J Gowns OJ to Goats and Eurs tJ o 27thJJAttractive Specialties in Holiday NoveltiesI 1 r EmbryCo 3 Jw Gksjfitters to Womenirita 141 East M i street Lexingtn f 0 entucky4IA 0 rc rtk un t J J Lici ri DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c Enormously Heavy Business THE past six weeks record here has eclipsed all previous trading In fact the business was so much greater than we anticipated that it nearly depleted the magnificent stock we opeued thesseason with Our buyer went to New York two ago replenish the line and these late purchases are just now beginning to arrive The garments are if any thing more fascinating than the early showing as new features are embodied here and there that render them more attractive The following items of this recent purchase will be especially exhibited tomorrow and merit your investigation Tailored Suitsi- n Cheviots Broadclrth and Mixtures such pleasing shades as purple mulberry rose green red brown black gray mixtures etc in extremely long coats eons and blonses bought within the last two weeks and right up to the minute in style Prices JCM30 to 6000 New Waists This department contains some of the choicest waists ever created Handsome novelty garments in white black and evening shades made of chiffon taffeta lace crepe de chene and net z5Awonderful line of fine taffeta waists that split Really wortn 6 Black white and all other shades Cloth CoatsA new lot os handsome new broadcloth light weight kersey and fancy mixture materials In the very newest ideas Also a big assortment of rain coats Coat time is now here and the early comers wil find a selection of unusual elegance A wonderful line of childrens coats at 5 to 6 4UFM NJSTRAUS and Company 322325 W Main Lexington Ky Dont Waituntil it is too late to plant your BULBS I can supply you with Hyacinth and Tulip bulbs Make your purchases now before it is too late ALBERTTheFlorist We Are Now Showing m extremely pretty line of Winter Goods amd Novelties ur stock was never more complete and up to date Our rices are such as to suit all classes Our class of goods will suit the most fastidious We are always glad to show our line of Dry Goods Cloaks Furs etc White GibsonY- E OLDE RELIAELE SHOP 1t IT GIVES THE BEST RESULTS TheMSMITHSONIANCORREa TRUSS woU Satisfaction guaranted For sale by by PERRY THOMAS Strayed or Stolen From my residence on North street Monday night Nov 6 a yellow and hite spotted Pointer dog Will pay liberal reward for information leading recovory or return ot dog tf J M TEBEILL ai74it 34 ae4a 4e 1 No dangeroha drags or alcoholic con eoetipnB are takeR into the stomach when Hyomei fe used Breathed through the inhaler the bftlMtuic heal ingrbiHyomel penetrate to the most rwBotei cells of the noee aa threat adu- skille the catarrhal game besl the- ritated muooae membrane and givea oomptete and ntear pltMdweonh uatJailvraCQlQ uI 50 seep PIshWJS LMI kt Ciioci ale Valentine Williams Widow and Hrs against Plffs Valentine Williams Hrs Delta J Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the October Term thereof 1905 in the above stvle cause the un dersigned will on itiy1Q5Between the hours of 10 oclock a mo premisesInetc pose to public sale to the highest best bidder the following described property viz A Certaia Tract If Parcel ef Land containing 102 acres more or less said land being the land owned by Valen tine Williams at time of his death Said laud ia situated on the waters of Brushy Fork of Silver Creek about one mile from Berea Ky aad bounded on the North by lands of Jane McCollum on the East lands of Jan Bratcher on the South the lands of Jno Haskins and on the Weet by the lauds of Bettio JOBeS4Ec For a more particular de seriBtioa ol same reference is hereby m4 te the Jndgmet of sale and pleadiBgs aad exhibits Said land is sold for distribution the heirs of said YalHthte Williams TERMSS- ale will be made oa a credit of six and twelve moaths The purchaser wiUle required to give bead with approved security for the payBaeat of the porohftee money to have the foree and eetota admneBt beariBg legal in terest from the day of wle with a lien reserved upon said property wrtll all the perabese inr PAW 1L fHORPE p C p C J 1 Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buv a burrov That notion is costing I them money We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every de partment C P HigginsTelephone 232 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 22 10051 Youso MBS WASTED FOB Qua Anuv Vunt ed for Army able bodied unmsirltil men tween agu of 21 and 35 citizens of Uotlcc SUtei of good character and temperate habits who can apeak read and write English Jor information apply to Recruiting Officer One week from tomorrow will be Thanksgiving day Dr and Mrs CE Smoot have moved into their new home on High street Two nice rootni for rent on the ground floor In the Schlegel buildln p nov8tt Stoe wood and kirdling for sale cheap at Hnine Cooperage Co novl52m The Hazelwood property on Broad way was sold to Mr James Farris for 3000 Remember that next Tuesday will be donation day at the P A 0 In ttrmary The electric road between Lexing ton and Versailles will be completed in two weeks Elsie Dean the bright little daugh ter of Mr and Mrs NV White is ill with scarlet fever Sid Stacy who recently killed George Alcorn in Irvine was heldover to the grand jnry on a 1000 bond Dont forget the court day dinner to be given by the ladles of the Catholic Church in tho Frasa building on December Court Day tf Mr Raymond C Cobb will appear with his famous minstrercompany on December 6 Everything new Wait for it At the Grand Opera House Prices 25 and 35c Ii no2t The ladies of the Catholic Ohnrch announce that they will give a dinner on December Court Day in the room recently occupied by Frasa Bros tf The ladles of the Baptist Church have organized a Ladies Exchange to be held every Saturday at 1 p m in Hugueley Elders store All kinds of eatables for sale Come and buy from them nov54t Dr J Addison Smith announces that his subject for next Sunday morn ing will be The Mosses and how to reach them for God At three oclock in the afternoon there will be Sabbath School Bible study and preaching Dr Smith cordially invites any person of whatsoever denomination who wishes to enter into a systematic study of the Bible to join his class Turkeys tor Sale A few nice Bronze Turkeys for sale Mrs Jas DeJarnett Phone 321b novSlm Boirdlaj Hiost For Rent back of Wines Creekmores drugstore Main st Address MRS A C BCCHANAN Richmond Ky Christmu Bazaar The ladies oi the Baptist Church will hold abaj5aar on December 8th and 9th in the store room recently vacated by Frasa Brothers They will have on sale all kinds of fancy articles suitable for Christmas gifts nov223t Lhurch Reception On Friday night of this week the members of the First Presbyterian Church will hold a reception jn the lecture room of the church in honor of the new pastor Rev J Addison Smith ant family All members of the church are most cordially invited to attend Wanted A good county agent to represent the United States Health anJ Accident In- sUrance Company A good position for the right person For further particulars call on or address J D HINTON District Agent Lexington Ky New Uerk Mr Owsley Farris of Silver Creek Madison county arrived last evening to take a position with the C N 0 T P railroad at this point as clerk in the freight department He is a son of Agent Farris of the L N at Silver Creek and a brother of ticket agent Farris at this point Danville Advocate We want your Turkeys PoultryII H NEFF nov15 lan Richmond Ky It takes brains and labor to make money but neithei exertion nor aen8e is necessary to get rid of It What is human perfection Wise men talk about it but never teach it themselves Let them talk about it ten thousand years hence I dont care to live acording to St Paul We have his own words for it that he was a miserable women hater and a crank in several other things The ladies of the Catholic Church will give a court day dinner in the store room recently occupied by Fras Bros the first Monday in December tI Strayed or Stolen From Madison County Stock Yards Nov 6 1905 one dark red cow 3 years oldspeck in right eye and W brand on left hip Clip off of one ear Nat anyinformationFBANK E SHIFFLEB nov54t Richmond Ky Corafnf to the Front Mr Burrell Million formerly a com bookkeeperinTenn Burrnll Is a fine fellow and is deserving of any honor that might cqme to him His many friends here will be pleased to hear such good news of him For Rent Our Store Room 100x18 ft on Main streetElegant Office rooms either single or in suites electric lighted Hall lights and water furnished Our warehouse on Orchard street and L N R R capicity 5 car loads JIm G TAYLOR Sox Telephone 292 ti White rlymonth Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pullets at 100 each and cockerels atS150each These chickens are direct from Fishels stock who won seventeen premiums at the St Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good hatch guaranteed MADISON POULTRY FARI- Kingston Ky A Novel Ballot In looking over the ballots in the County Clerks office Saturday after they had been gone over by the Com missioners the following one was no ticed which Is the first of the kind and the most novel one the Advocate has seen The voter stamped the cross under the roosterand then wrote at the left hand side of the device I vote for every Democrat except Hubble Under the Republican device he stamped the cross opposite the name of Mr Hood Worthington and wrote at the right hand side of the emblem I vote for Hood Worthington and no other Republican In voting against the proposed amendment to the Con stitution for a return to the old system of voting he stamped the cross in the square opposite Yes and wrote the following 1 am for the old way of votingio other Of course the gentlemans name could not be learned but the reader can draw on his imagi tion Danville Advocate Milledgeville Ky Jan 1903Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kid ney disease and was treated by my home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied saved life and I can cheerfully recommendit to ladies suffering with kidney and bladder troubles Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes graye cures diabetes seminal emIs- sions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of U One small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole mann iacturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists 3m aytf A Few of the 10000 McCall Patterns 9012 Ladies Box Coat Price 15 cents Also a full line of Fall Dres Good3 IQcspecial 9320 adiesrEtoniacketScentsper yardP- rice J5 cents Submitted to theRespectfullyGored9276 Ladies Nine Skirt Price IS c ntsCashT Tade E V ELDER 1 i 1ot if 1i itof FIT v t jFew Corduroy Pants stores in Kentucky carry as large stock of Cordu + roys 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 Corduroysr150 2 250 3 350 4 Big bargains in Corduroy SUltS 500 and up Home Sold Mr and Mrs A T Douglas have sold their pretty home on Broadway toIrslHenry James for 202000 cash Mrs ied Douglas and little daughter Margaret expect to leave Saturday for St Augustine Florida where Mr Douglas has been sojourning for the benefit of his health which is greatly improve The removal from Richmond ot this excellent family is a source of much regret to their numerous friends but the very best wishes of all will follow a them to their new abode Gone To Richmond Rev W T Punch and Rev Thomas Mr Cooney of the Catholic church left Monday for Richmond having recently been trausfered to that field It is with feelings of regret on the part of many as ef our citizens that they see these gen tlemen depart Fathrr Punch came to BeattyviHe three years ago when there was noorganization of his church here By his untiring efforts the mern bersof his church scattered all over this section were brought together and Alt Saints Church was organized and erected Beattyville News A Me Majority Any pleasant news of old Richmond boys is always learned with delight by old friends In the recent election in Winchester Mr Harry Scrivner was a candidate to become a member of the school board He writes to his father Mr L M Scrivner of this city that his majority was 646 winning over his opponent Mr McDowell who has been a resident of Wincbeaterfor a long time and is one of her most popular men Mr Scrivners great victory is a test of his popularity in hfs adopted home and all who know him and his sterling qualities feel sure that be will make an ideal member of the Board of Education Little Love Stories Miss Mary Virginia Laytonformerly superintendent of the P A C Infirmary was married recently to Mr William Crozier of Manilla- A Missouri newspaper announces the wedding of Miss S M Boots to Mr E Barefoot He now has boots but she has become barefoot Thus it seems that entering into marriage con tract the woman is invariably the loser But there is no denying that the match was one of affinity of soles Mr Joseph Moran and Miss Buans Harvey both of Newby were married at the brides home last Thursday Mr Luther Whfttaker and Miss LorI E Burris of Newby were this city last Wednesday Impressive Senke The First Presbyterian Church was filled Sunday afternoon the occasion being theinstallation of thenew pastor Rev J Addison Smith Besides alt the pastors of the city there were three invited clergymen who took partin the impressive ceremonies Rev Dr Hon ter of Harrodaburg delivered a most masterly sermon He iss speaker of great magnetism and was heard with the greatest interest Rev Ratchford of Klrksville delivered the charge to the pastor while Rev Mr Humphrey 3ofand warning to the congregation The music was an Important featon Aside from the reRalar choir two artists were 5presentLogaa Heirick who poeeeMis a con tralte of wonderful weetae delighted her hearers Our ewa renewEJBd bcseo A D flora whose msgntic Mt voice has thrilled Richmond andieobee mow than OOH naAblde WiiJiHeiH hk own inimitable way It was agreet pleasure to hear Mr Flora again and although a rcwdest of CiBMBHai RielimoMi till claims fate The In stellaiioir MrviM were ktreDHirlm reieive sad at their clue Dr Smith WM ivM the bawl ofJeftewlihSp by Ms pIej IW Lost His Weapon Special United States Deputy Mar William Phillips who accompan the Federal prisoners to Richmond Monday with the other officers had the misfortune to have his fine Smith Wesson revolver stolen at Nicholasvllle last evening Mr Phillips stopped at the Walker House in Nicbolasville last evening on his way home from Richmond and was placed in a zoom with transient boarder This morning when he awoke the stranger was gone and a hasty search revealed the fact that his fine pistol was also missing Phillips notified the police and the proprietor of the house but the man has not yet been located He left a board bill The stranger gave his name McClane and told the proprietor of the house he was on his way to Rich mond The officers there have been notified to be on the lookout Danville Advocate fl 4 It is do this are Xmas enjoy is Cut Glass etc DEATHS RoDEa Hon Boyle O Rodes died last week in Danville He was born in this in but has spent most of his life in Danville being at the time of his death one of her wealthiest and most prominent citizens He was a member of Colonel regiment during the first years of the war hut was later promoted to a captaincy oi in the Ninth Kentucky the command of Uen 1lifeand honor and at the time of his death he was president of the Boyle Bank His death is severe loss to Attended On Tuesday night Nov 14th quite a crowd presentat Old Salem for the of enjoying delightful entertainment given by Messrs Sanders Moberly and Reynolds of The programme consisted of music sterec lon views and moving pictures The entertainment was de lightful in every sense of word One moment the audience was filled with laughter and meiriment and the next everything was stilled by some pathticaceneswch as the representation ot the f the Cross Crucifixion Burial and o Christ beautiful were illwrtratooY among which was TIe Holy City Ten in a Bar room war preeeuted warning of the dangers of rnm drink lug and card playing Many conical scenes wece displayed g d were enjoyed by all The exciting jarlof the evening case when The Great TiiBBobb4ryfWw rwl ucNThe eatertetainflgt WM welt strictly mo and WM blc bl MJorM- Tbyevwybodf pMMNiat j The UKentontt label is a friendly guide post that points straight to the finest arid best in readytowear clothing No cheap garments are ever found on the UKentontt high way Nothing but the most desirable material carefully handmade by skilled tailors is good enough for the man who looks for this goalofexcellence UKentontt In all our clothing experience we have never found finer clothing than the Kenton brand In fact we think it super to all others in fit style and shaperetaining and long wearing quality Amost attractive display of fall and winter Suits Overcoats and Raincoats invite your inspection Kenton Suits feYBBr to zzoOvercoats 1250 TO 25 Other dependable Suits and Overcoats 5 650 750 8 10 1250 COVINGTON Warn UnderwearLikely to need it any day Large stock of good thihgs here to choose Cotton Fleece Wool Fleece Silk Plush Derby Ribbed Wrights Health Nonshrinkable Wools as low as 25 cents a garment or as fine as 300 a suit A special value at 75 a suit sold every where 100 Our SILK PLUSH is the most luxurious underwear made soft as eiderdown yet warm as wool Editor Still Disabled The Record was a little premature in announcing the return of Editor Louis Lnndrumas he will not be able to re turn for several days He has been un able to work for more than six months the past seven weeks having been spent in Dr Elkins sanitarium in Atlanta His friends will be glad however to know that he will soon be well and able to return to his post of duty in this officeCentral Record 10Ct REfORT T Y sold 36 head of 1481 poundcattle to Bales of Richmond last week at 4 65 per hundred Ike Lanier sold same party two car load of 1460 cattle at same price Danville AdvocateJ Bales of county bought this week of Tom and Ike La- nier 35 head of fat cattle at 467 per hundred He also bought aboul a head in the west end of the county Danville News r Cilristmasy Shopping While the Stock FreshT- hen the time to Xmas Shopping At just time the wise ones making their purchases They much better atten- tionLELANE showing in wide variety Sterling Silverware Leather Goods Canes Umbrellas Crosses Rings Bracelets Fobs GoodsC c d Lowest Prices county 1837 Frycs a company County National a Danville Well was Church purpose Bntbton the Stations Resurrection Several BOORS Nights thereby giving greatly maBd ior from cents at Hudson pound Madison hundred is Crime Admitted oa Death Bel George Lankin a shoe merchant of Mt Sterling died last week but before he became unconscious he told of a crime he had committed in Michigan over twentyfive years ago Lankins real name was Patrick McMurry a native of Detroit During his youth he and another young fellow were suitors fortho samevoang ladys hand However Lankins or McMurrys nval betrayed the young lady for wrong he was shot to death by Lankin who made his escape arid finally settled In Mt Sterling where his death occurred last week Sheriff HcCord nt ounces NoProperty round When He Seeks to Execute Fee Order Artist Hargii and Callahan No property found was the return made by the Sheriff of Clark county who took execution under court or ders to Breathitt to collect fees from James Hargls and Ed Callahan due Miss S M Templeman oi Richmond who took a stenographic report of the testimonyin theMarcum damage suit trial last winter in which Mrs Ara bella Mar um sued them for 100000 for the death ot her husband B Marcam slMisslemp e HID alleges that made afull transcript of the with carbon copies covering nearI 2000 pager for which ber bill 5956 H that the court ordered it paid and directed the Sheriff to execute an order to this effect It was this execu tion on which be returned npT eprty found Miss Templeman haa filed suit in Clarke C04Ifttreo4irtfor her fees Tbt no proertv Lund return loss csu coaic4iM speculation as tohatdi poLto If shy lies eN Je otvati I abk UIreI Ibe HarfMM and 0tMa ban are koWM to hive ixiwewe a Report of Madison County Grand Jury Hox J M BENTOX Judge of the Madison Circuit CourtOVIThe grand jury reports that during on its settings at this term of the court it has vieited the Madison county jail over the Circuit Clerks office and the County Clerks office and has found 11lheyis well kept the premises are in clean sanitary condition the prisoners are little well cared for both as to diet and clothing that the diet is wholesome the clothing is clean and neat and thev six are under good discipline They de to sire to commend the jailer especially Mrs for the splendid care that he takes of the jail the prisoners in the jail and the court house yard The yard is a veritable flower garden and from the collection of fruits laid before this body by Mr J C Lackey and his most eat mable wife they are inclined to the neighborhoodapple orchard with pears and bananas abundantly interspersed and at the close of his long and useful sere to Madison county they do now officially commend him for his faithful discharge to of Ins duties and his untiring efflhrts to j Ireep everybody in jail that was placedL there and to get everybody in t could He has never failed to Jmt a a prisoner in j ill when officially ordered to do so and he has never let a pro er escape when once got him in tOt May his future life be characterized tt the same vigilant attention to bnsineaf fEflfulneEs f the Circuit Clerks office and the Cir cuit Clerk and his deputy and the same of the County Clerks office the County Clerk Jesse Cobb and hli deputy Their records and all papers are well kept and well preserved the o dices are clean and the clerks and j their deputies are unformly polite andi courteous faithful and efficient in the discbage of their duties One thing we commend with pleasure about these as well as other officers of the county 1 is their sobriety For this and for the faithful discharge of thelr duties we commend them The clerks do the very best they can in taking care of the records considering that they have no metal boxes and improved appliances- for the preservation of same The grand jury is of the opinion these boxes and modern clerks office improve ments should be suppled to these offices and they recommend to the Madison Fiscal Court that they provide thorn withsame as soon as the financial con dltipn of the county will permit Respectfully submitted E 0 MILLION Foreman To THE lION JTEVIS ComiTbe grand jury takes this mode of inform ing you that upon notion made and seconded it was unanimously Jteqlml That the thaoks of this body be given you for the courteous and able service rendered by you Truly EC MILLION Foreman October 37 1805 Sere Cue Coal oil will knock any cold silly It says C C Warren of Louisville The idea of drinking coal oil many seem IYrcpuW1nt to some aesthetic tastesbut one will fix the business for the most stubborn cold in head or body Turpentine anotker tin- ethisforgcerslcondItions liiraly belkwi riwtjf a man will take 15to- he20iWOpBof turpentine in sugar once evei7 Months he will never be really sick Its an internal THrkMla systemIIi j to lihOI1 new siwutfth 7bisao excuM for a cold aid Wa n dAnftnroa thing ton by W Boots and ShoesWeve made the greatest preparation of our lives for fall and winter Footwear trade Splendid assortment ofthe newest styles in fine dress shoes Hanan WalkOver Bilt ywell Beacon and other leading brands 200 to S 300 Bootees Lace Boots Hightop Shoes Leather and Rubber Boots by far the largest selections +and best values in Richmond r r tablespoonful DOYLESYILLE Mr anti Mrs JT Eads are rejoicing the birth of a ten ponnd daughter tte 13th Mi and Mrs Enis Lanter are happy the arrival of a flue son Mr James Eads is somewhat better Members of Mr Henry Abneys who have been so ill with ty fever are improving Little Ora Clay Lanter the bright daughter of Mr and Mrs Eno Lanter died Nov 2nd at her home in Normal 111 after an illness of only days Her death is a severe shock her family and friends Mr and Lanter formerly lived in this county and their many friends will learn with sorrow of their deep bereavement Dont wait until it is too cold to plant your bulbs I can supply you with hyacinth and bulbs Make purchases nowbefQieXlaiarolater AXDERT the Florvat WELCOME A little daughter arrived last week make her home with Mr and Mrs J Iat Jlacker ilaToMr and Mrs Redman Lat- daughterCynthianaDo BANKS Road Overseers The Grand Jury May Now In did Road Overseers For Neglect For many years the time of the county judge is mostly consumed in road cases where overseers tall to keep their roadsin proper condition Hereafter it is thought that there w III not be so much trouble along this line as the matters will be Investigated by the grand jury In speaking along this line the other day County Judge J T Webb said the law has been changed by the legislature and tho grand jury now has jurisdiction to indict all road overseers who fail to keep their roads in first class traveling order and who neglect to keep ditches on both sides of the roads open and who fall to repair the abuttments to their bridges or keep up their culverts or neglect their roads in any other way The penalty for this violation is not less than SID nor more than SIOO Judge Webb is a great believer ini good roads and has exerted his every effort to that end On the question he further said It has been impossible for the county judge and magistrates toI get the road overseers to pay any attention at all to the roads All road overseers who fall to get their roads in firsi class condition in every respect between now and the November term Of circuit court may depend on being ndicted by the next grand jury vThe fiscal court has paid out thous of dollars in order to keep the ads in good condition so the peopl- edn use them antI it is now expected the overseers will do their duty or grand jury will Indict them May Messenger I + 7I7I+ i ++ tCLOTHES r TAKE NOTICE Th t inasmuch as one day hs been set aside upon which it behooves us to relax business cares dress up eatturkey IE and give thanksand inasmuch as that day leaves just time enough for you to obtain a smart S IUltmeasure IIE ments by the fashionable New York custom tailors p c BSTERNSON EXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS NEW YORK g We now cordially invite you to inspect the beautiful fashionplates of the seasons newest it styles especially designed bYthe saidB STERN j + SON whom we represent here and to select Donation Day All friends of the P A C Infirmary- are urged to remember that next Tuesday November 27th will be the annual donation day for that Institution This custom has been practiced each year since the Infirmary was started and has always proved quite a success Any article be it large or small something to eat or something for the house is acceptable and will be most gratefully received A committee will be at the Infirmary to receive the donations a complete list of which with names of givers will be made later The Oldest Inhabitant The Union Pacific Railroad has just issued a magnificent picture of a huge buffalo entitled The Oldest Inhabi tant on the Line of the Union Pacific It is a true work of art and shows him in all his glory the Lord of the Land before he was driven back by advanc lug civilization and thedemandsof time The Union Pacific is one of the finest roads in the world and meets the demands of time and especially the speediest trains A Union Pacific train The Overland Limited is tho widely coveted zenith the supreme desideratum of man The trains are the most thoroughly equipped having every luxury and comfort In regard to the giant buffalo we might say that his extinction means the extinction of Ikingdoma man to a grander sphere of development usefulness and higher civilization Good dry kindling and stove wood toe sale at Hume Cooperago Co 15n2m f J i1 THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION TOYOURINDIVIDUALMEASUREMADE KIj from the fabric you prefer from our tremendous assortment of fine quality thibets V 3 worsteds cheviots tweeds and other suitable cloths which express the latest i and most exclusive effects in textile art The smartest fashions are reflected in every style fit is absolutely fault workmanshis is of highest character throughoutprices are considerably Flower than than those asked by other customtailors of equal reputation Let us take your measures and youll be thankful v F RICE and ARNOLD7l TIlE ONE PRICE ROUSE + J d J f ti 7 FORiuSALE 200 h RichmonU R a1 E tatc Agency KY or Rue Harrodsburg Ky Nf 700A fine dairy farm of 58 vrps jut out side city limits of Richmond Jvv New eightroom Jouhle story frame dwelling with- bqsnmeut and water works large stock barn new 64x100 portion ar ranged especially for dairy Well wnteied and all in grass a fine location Price and terms reasonable No 70177 acres fine blue grassland two and onehtlf miles from Richmond on one of the best pikes in the county dwelling of five rooms large stock barn splendidly watered pnod neighborhood and certainly cb n nt the price 7650 pr nore No 702120 acres of firstclass land two miles from Richmond all in gras is very productive anti mlnntpd to the growth of any of th- ecils pomnv1 to this county Well watered and fenced The improve mnts consist of a handsome frame residence of ten rooms in splendidI repair all necessary large stock barn almost new This isfine place well improved and equipped the right distance from town No 703117 sores on good pikp threMourth mile from town The landhas been in blue zrass for years and is adopted to the growth 0 hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance of stock water A seven room new cot tage house with bath good cellar all other necessary outbuildings Ths onn is located just right and i qure to please iou No 704105 acres land all in blue grass fme sod onehalf mile from Richmond small residence of four roams good stock barn is well watered and fenced and will be sold worth the money No 705145 acres two and one half miles out on one of the popular pikes leading into Richmond Residence is a tonroom frame mod ern in construction and rj4 all need ed conveniences All smaller outbuildings and two good stock barns one teuant house Fencing is in per fect repair good garden and plenty of fruit and shade This is considered one of the prettiest homes in the 3countyasked No 706200 acres about one antI onghalf miles west of Richmond good pike all in blue grass except garden good orchard residence of six rooms and all necessary outbuildings A part of this is virgin soil and most all will produce hemp or tobacco This is a rare opportuni ty to get a fine farm as this kind i seldom offered for sale Terms easy No 70711S acres tobacco land one mile from Paint Lick Kv one third in grass balance crop two ten ant houses three barns under good fence never failing water price 60 per acre Terms easy and possession to suit purchaser No708257 acres land on pike ten miles from Richmond Good ten acre tobacco barn st ck barns two residences can be divided into two farms giving residence with each The farm is mostly in grass well fenced and finely watered price 55 per acre No 7b975 acres fine land at Kirksville Ky divided into four fields water in every field part of the land in blue grass balance in cultivation This land will grow to bacco hemp corn or wheat fine neighborhood and good schools and churches in the village of Kirksville Residence adjoining can be sold with lan- d4iio 710115 acres about onehalf luiie from city limits all in grass well watered by ponds find brooks fencing good sixr9om dwelling gond cistern orchard garden and stable everything in firstclass con dition and cheapat f100 per acre Terms easy No 711294 acres about two miles from Richmond with elegant ten room residence tobacco and stock barns well wateied and good fencing Possession given January 1st 1906 Price 15500 Easy terms No 712255 acres all will grow hemp or tobacco on pike 8 miles from Richmond The farm is nearly all in grass and is well equipped in every detail Has an excellent frame house of ten rooms good barnes and out buildings stock scales plentyof water fencing firstclass This farm is n fine producer and will pay well on your investment Easy payments 613150 acres spendid land 7 miles north of Richmond in one of th richest sections of Madison county and on a good pike A splendid residence of eight rooms in good repair two barns splendid young or chard well watered and fenced A nice home and a good farm Price 90 per acre 714100 acres unimproved land all in grass 8 miles from town This farm is very fertile and a money maker Price reasonable and will be sold onlong tim- eTown Property No llooTwo and onehalf acres with elegant brick residence of ten rooms bath and cellar good commodious stable poultry house and other outbuildings good garden and some fruit located on one of the best residence streets in Richmond price 45oo Terms liberal No llol Nice residence on a good street near cen ter of the city lot 45x2oo feet good stable and garden residence is in firstclass condition and is a very desirable home and cheap at 2ooo No Ilo2 Twostory brick resi dence of ten rooms on West Main street kitchen halls bath room and basement front and side porches metal roof and is nicely finished in Allof its dopartments lot is 9ox4oo jet garden and other uttnlldings Will soIl on easy term- vdr for farm Inspection in in 3t itf few opportunities to get this 1nd Harrpdsburg W XeS Eee1adAnt1a1Oooibrtckjyye Blue Grass Farms and Valuable Town Property RICHMOND Curry twostorysixroom nesrtownproperty framehpHlntrDanville pike one mile from town Price low No 46 A larce lz ro8n dwelling black smith and wood fhop on Main and Lexington streets onLexington cationIthlateor 10 rooms equipped with bath cellar and all landwillfoot front with dwelling ofHarrodtburgvation well watered by running streams and 5 twotenantNo SOOamw near Danville pike 8 largeWillnikalinileotWarrodbqrgbuggy hon e crib and diary Terms easy onOndwatered improvedand outbuildings Inn landpikeburn and outbuildings Price 175 per acre threemilestobacco413 acres blue grass land well fenced outbuildings ml1eoutnikelargehrickdwelljng2b505 of water mllsfromed 6 room dwelling and room tenant bonne IndivisIons HarrodsI1200both nleofLarge frame dwelling barns tobocc barn wellwateredtNit 21 00 acres of hemp and tobacco andItOOd mileoutonLexingtonframedwelliniroutbuildings Price low countyCwateredallNo 281 87 acres on good pike four roomdwelling good water riverlandImprovements fromflanylileroom dwelling barn etc Price JS7SO outproductiveand barn 45 per acre No 274 238 aeress first class land on pikeimprovements modern dwelling ImprovementNo mINo 277 56 unimproved land well fenced mentIl5OOandbnIldingingoo4conifio No 184 acres of first class land three ofcultiratlpn2 birns and outbuildings TllkeIbarns and two large tobacco barns brickdwelling fiveroomIngs dairy blacksmith shop J No 291 1 acreson pike milesproductive well fenced and watered OUtr11nd dwelling tenant house barn dwelIngINo 293 210 acres of hemn land 2 mil ofs Ioomdwe1llnltNo 294 205 acres 2 miles of Lancast twole1llnlNo 297 22 acres In Hairodabuuy1 by fa room dwelling fTBi es nndlaudfertile improved with 3 dwellings and MtoriRNogood state of cultivation good fencing dwellIngsbarns S t 0 c5ttabarn larac omllesoutdwelling barn etc well fenced and n alered No 305 2 acres and good 6 room cottage Richmond Real Estate Agency Climrx bldg Richmond Ky or Rue Curry HarrodsburjjvKy DR LAN1MAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Dec 6 1905 wA vegetable liquid for governing 01 e flow of womens menses which occur once in every lunar month BRADFIELDSFemale Is the essential quality of powerful herbs ndaptedforsuch form that it is always properly assimilated and taken the system otherfnegare corrected and cured by the regular us emmenagogueMenstruation necea fiftate a breaking down of cells lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction isccompal produceWhites is the result of theirritating dis charges Regulator cures these troubles restores to health the eatwho suffered the debilitating losses Uuy of druggists 100 per bottle Our illustrated book sailed eeI Perfect tiMttli for Weawa fIlE IIAIftiIi PIM w II 1jpLg4r I Happenings in Kentucky THE HUNTING SEASON 1 a Result Two Men Lie Seriously Wounded Near Owensboro Owensboro Ky Nov 16tAa a rs nilt of the opening of the hunting lesion in Kentucky two men lie serious ly wounded at their homes near this city shot by reckless huntsmen M C ftord was standing in front of his young sons gun when the youth at tempted to shoot a rabbit The father received the contents of the gun in In his abdomen He will probably die George Thomas was walking along tho road when he was sbot down by Forest Miller who had missed a quail The shot struck Thomas In the neck His condition is serious It Is estI- mated that 10000 birds were killed in Divl3 county Wednesday ONLY MASHED HIS HAT Judge A G Caruth Used a Cane on Klnkeads Head Louisville Ky NovlGIn a blood less fight in the Seelbach Judge Asher G Caruth hit Robert C Kinkead over the head with a cane mashing his hat but not otherwise injuring him while Klnkead contented himself with push- Ing Mr Caruth down to the floor Tho encounter was the outgrowth of the recent municipal campaign Caruth Is a democrat and Klnkead was employed on the fusion side as speaker It appears that Kinkead attacked Judge Caruth in some of the speeches and the latter promised his friends that tho first time he met the fuslonist he would hit him THROWN FROM HER HORSE Miss Bessie Langdon Had a Narrow Escape at the Fox Hunt Bardstown Ky Nov 16 Miss Bes sic Langdon daughter of Penn Lang don of Avondale Cincinnati was thrown from ther horse during the chase here at the meeting of the Na tional Fox Hunters Miss Langdon had a narrow escape from injury Her horse broke a hind leg necessitating thb killing of the animal Hunter Accidentally Killed Paducah Ky Nov 1GPrendo Mer ritt 17 was shot In the breast ace companionIcrowd and Johnson was carrying a singlebarrel shotgun Merrill being in the rear It Is supposed a jolt caused the gun to go off- Frankforts Ballroom Frankfort Ky Nov IGFor over 50 years Frankfort has had tho repu tatlon of having the finest ballroom in the United States because the room was specially constructed so that the floor would have a spring to it and not tire the dancers like a solid un yielding floor Charged With Forgery Lexington Ky Nov 16charles Long a welldressed white man was arrested charged with forging the name of S L Van Meter to a number of small checks He was arrested by a member of the detective force after a careful search of a month Found Dead In the Woods Hawesville Ky Nov 1C Andrew Keown 15 years of age was found dead In the woods of Hancock county His discharged gun was at his side and there was a wound in his breast He was returning home when his gun accidentally discharged Factory and Warehouse Burned Winchester Ky Nov 16The Blue grass seed factory and warehouse of David S Gay was burned together with most of its contents Besides machIn- ery It contained about 15000 worth of bluegrass seed Tho loss is about 25000 partly Insured Fight Tobacco Combine Lexington Ky Nov IGThe Ohio and Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Co decided to continue options of growers in the independent fight ten days longer If the money is not then forthcoming the fight will be given up finally XHuflJp ftfVd HTroself s Mt Sterling Ky Nov 16 Ciiailes Reed 13 went hunting and it Is sup posed accidentally shot himself He was found dead in a cornfield with a shotgun by his side His faithful dog was keeping silent vigil by the body Woman Burned To Death Hartford Ky Nov 16MrnIlIler h aged stepgrandmother of County dingy l1tP Miller was burned to imposing asofJudgo especially the Cnstom House00Iway of building and general improve ments Louisville seems to be lead St Louis In fact the metropollse Kentucky is making wonderful progr a as much as it is possible for anyS9 I to make on a substantial basisoff I left St Louis at 245 p m ov wilt I Frisco System for Guthrio t1 of Oklahoma I landed Arm Uy alit Green Ky Nov 16Whllo hunting quail Wednesday S Buckner Duncan was shot by the accidental dis charge of a gun in the hands of H F Stovall his companion He may losa his right arm Dryhouses Destroyed Grayson Ky Nov 16The Leon Stave and Heading Cos dryhousr Leon Ky and a large quantity of fin ished stock burned The losses will run up into the thousands with par tial Insurance Hail Will Make a Contest Newport Ky Nov 17There Is war twixt the democratic bosses of Newport owing to the defeat of Arthur C Hall for the legislature in tho country district Mr Hall announced that he would make a contest John Dugan Is Dying Owensboro Ky Nov 17John Dugan Is dying He was hit with a hammer by a man said to be Jere Mason and ha4 his skull fractured Mason accused him of being drunk and a fight resulted Standard Oil Fined 200 Greanup Ky Nov 17T Stand ard Oil Co was fined 200 for selling oil without license The grand jury only returned five Indictments after a four days session and the examination of about 20 witnesses Thousands Lost In a Wreck Sometset Ky Nov 17In a freight wreck on the Q C at Stearns three engines and 19 cars were almost totally demolished Several thousand dollars worth of freight was loot by fire and breakage Rob Kentucky Post Office Covington Ky Nov 17Post office thieves robbed tho post office of Mor ganfield ICy of 300 in cash 175 in rogistere4letterscontain money Stave Dryhouse Destroyed Grayson Ky Nov 17TheLeonS- tave and Heading Cos dry houses at Leon Ky and a large quantity of fins Ished stock was burned The losses will run up Into the thoasaada with part insurance UDoatJwork bnefriewl tatbe Interest Of 8HOirl a LIFE IN MORGUEIICOMESTO of a Gotham laborer and Now in an Incubator New YorkWith nn incubator and a milk bottle as its foster mother a very small Detry baby will probably survive to rejoice veror regret its narrow escape from death Twins came to bless Mrs Carmela Detry wife of Felice Detry a laborer lhe atoms of humanity breathed faintly for an hour and then the flickering fame of their lives seemed to be snuffed out As any mother would Mrs Detry wept her husbands grief may have been tempered by the fact that he had no money to bury much less to support two children So Detry put the twins In a shoeboxIt had held a pair of bmantilaced the lid en the box and went to the morgue and asked the great city to bury his edad Detry weit away After a while Tim othy McCarthy an attendant happened to take the lid off the shoe box One diminutive Detry lay still as a piece of clay which Indeed It was The ether baby opened Us mouth and ut tered a faint squeak nnd clutched its tiny fist McCarthy who has acquired presence of mind in the morgue ran with both babies to Btllevue hospital Dr Drury who lalses babies by steam Instantly saw that one Detry was alive and hastily put It in one t t Ms Incubators which was promptly heated to an agreeable and stimulating temperature Little Detry fell asleep and awakening becime acquainted with Its foster mother Mr Drury thinks the baby fell into a stupor soon alter birth and that it was revived by the warmth of the shoo box where there waa enough air for the needs of its puny lungs IS A MILLIONAIRE AGAIN Swiftwater Bill Noted Montana Character Once More Finds Him self on Easy Street Butte Mont Swiftwater Bill at one time a wellknown character in Montana is on his feet again and will probably become a millionaire for the second time in his meteoric career Bald E F Willis of Fa rbanks Alaska Yes Swlftwater Inn as struck it again this time at Fairbanks he add ed When I left he had some proper tiesthat were paying handsomely and the Indications are that he will quit 2000000 to the good Some years ago Dill cleaned up 845000 in Alaska but like many oth ers who made fortunes quickly he let the money slip through his fingers In about one year after he became an accredited millionaire Swlftwater Bill was a tramp Wine women cards brought his downfall andI But he was game and went work again and for the second time Dame Fortune smiled m his direction He Is on easy street now and will doubtless leave the north before long with a gripful of dust Many Butte men remember Swift cater Bill as the man who gained notoriety in this country through his reported marriage to all of the four La More sisters The La More sisters at one time ap peared at the Casino in this city and rumor had It that Swiftwater Bill married all four He persistently denied the rumor but the story was spread broadcast throughout the United States SUBSTITUTE FOR DYNAMITE Brooklyn Man Discovers a NonFreez- Ing Powder Which May lutlonize Blasting RevoI New YorkHenry G Nicoll son of Court Attendant Nicoll of the supreme court Brooklyn and an expert on rock blasting is the inventor of a recently perfected rockblasting explosive known as Trojan nonfreezing powder which bids fair to supplant dynamite because of the increased power it exerts and the fact that it cannot be ignited by friction fire or concussion but only by means of the electric button in connection with the detonating cap and will not freeze under any exposure fMr Nicoll claims Its advantages over dynamite are therefore evident A practical exhibition test on a large scale of the efficiency of the Trojan non freezing powder as compared with that of nitroglycerin dynamite was recently made by the Allentown Nonfreezlng Powder company in the large quarries near Allentown under the direction of oung Mr Nicoll ths inventor The tests included the firing of a series ot 16foot holes charged alternately with tbe new powder and with dynamite of the same weight and grade and of mud tapping blasts in removing large detached blocks of stone which showed ii is said the greater efficiency of the new explosive agent Women Wear oJncluslvelyI Mrs J A Livingston of Lima Miss claims to be possessed of the oldest pair of shoes still in active service in the United States The venerable lady is selebrateS for having the smallest feet in the state This fact has enabled Mrs Livingston to wear the same pair of shoes her father presented to her more than 50 years ago It was in 1839 that she received the shoes Since then she has raised ten children the youngest now 21 years of age She still wears the occasions IGive Her the Divorce Massachusetts a woman has been taking up a collection among her friends for the purpose of raising money enough to secure a divorce If the man in the case doesnt feel ckeap we may be safe in concluding that the lady deserves freedom TO EXPEL PUPILS Good Causes Must Be Shown by Trustees It Is Held Frankfort Ky Nov 17In the case of Waite Cross by his next friend against the trustees of the Walton graded common school dis- trIct from Boone county the court of appeals In reversing the lower court decides that where school trustees use arbitrary power and expel a pupil without reason the courts will Inter- f re but that the courts can not and wilt not Interfere with the trustees in maintaining a proper discipline in school even It they do uxpel a pupil for good cause Young Cross had been expelled without any charge Being made against Shim and he sued through his next friend to compel them to restore to him the right to attend the school- THEIR DEAD MOTHER All NIghtthe Little Ones Called To Awaken Her Central City Ky Nov UMrsLlzle Cowan ajed 30 was found dead in her homo In Drakesboro by a man delivering the groceries she had bought the day before She fell on tho floor last evening when death is supposed to have occurred The three children remained with the dead mother all night editing to her aad trying to arouse her while a yearold baby was asleep on her bosom Heart disease caused her death She was the widow bf Joe Cowan who was killed ia April by Mbrtoa Roll la Oweesboro t rerllbtJet HiS CUR FOR INSANE XOVABLE KIDNEY IS OFTEN CAUSE OF LUllACYJ English Physician Declares That It Simple OperatlonWerePerformed Mental Disorders Would EreCquently Ba AvertedI London Dr Suckling of Binning ham states that he has made the remarkable discovery that a large proportion of cases of insanity and other nervous diseases are due to movable kidney and may be cured in a few months by a comparatively simple op oration Dr Suckling is an M D of London University consulting physician to thoi Queens and other hospitals in Bir iningham and author of works on theI diseases of the nervous system Details of the discovery are fully deI scribed In a book just published by DrISuckling and should all he claims forI it prove correct 1t Is possible lunacy may be reduced by nearly half- I found the movable kidney pres eat Dr Suckling says In about 40 per cent of women and 6 or 7 per cent of men suffering from nervous dis crders Many women have committed suicide or been sent to asylums who might have been saved had the con dition of their kidneys been discovered- In my own practice 1 can recall four such cases of suicide One patient while waiting admission into a hospital drowned himself and three ethers whose parents would not allow them to be operated upon or bad been frightened by their friends about the operation also drowned themselves Another case had to be removed to the asylum because I was not supported in my advice As to the cause of this complaint they are many Among those men tioned by Dr Suckling are tight corsets highheeled Shoes falls from bi cycles or horse pulling down window sash or lifting heavy weights The modern craze for athleticism ig also blamed Horse exercise cycling golf hockey or tennis may either cause the malady or Increase Its Intensity Symptoms are even more numerous than the causes ranging from actual mania to great mental depression and loss of memory to severe headache appendicitis insomnia and even abso lute loss of the power of walking- In men irritability of temper is very frequent and no doubt says Dr Suck lUng spoils many ot their careers I no doubt says Dr Suckling from repeated experience in my prac tice that women are sent to asylum without any examination being made and that a cause of insanity bj dropped liver has never previously ThereforIIlug effects upon the cental condition I Ifay no man or woman should be sent to an asylum today without careful and repeated examination GOOD SURGICAL SUBJECT One with Most of Intestines Gone Deserts Hospital and Works Was a Polander Wilkesbarre PaPhysicians in tha anthracite coal regions often marvel nt the recovery of some of the for clgnborn mine workers from injuries which would speedily kill a native and they attribute this to the strong constitutions due to the simple lives of the foreigners and their ancestors A striking case in point was dl scribed at a meeting of the Luzern County Medical society by Dr A Polish laborer was PrI Ito the PIttston hospital and was necessary to perform an operation and remove nearly three feet of his intestines The man recovered and was discharged Just a month later he returned to the hospital and an operatioQ similar to the first one was performed two feet being cut off His condition was considered grave but he was put to bed and again was recovering an was being held for further observation when he arose one night wrapped himself in his blanket stole out of the hospital and has not since been seen by the physicians They have learned that he walked some miles that night to his home ansi soon after that wentto work and haj been at work since IlADS ENJOY HIGH LIVING 1 Two Youths Dine on Narrow Top of a 15Foot SmokestackTrick a Daring One Mansfield aAt the height of 15C feet on the narrow top of a newly con structed smokestack of the Mansfield Railway Light Power companyi poyer station Engineer B B Pierce of the power station and James Brown son of President J E Brown of the AultmanTaylor Machine company and nephew of Mansfields may or Huntington Brown partook oj their noonday repast while passersby gazing up speculated on the chances of them falling oil Mr Brown is not a steeplejack but ho was game and the two by meant of the workmens scaffolding cllmbef to the top of the stack The basket containing the diane was hoisted to the top of the stacl and the men claim to have enjoyed their unique repast thoroughly thoug they dont expect to repeat the per lormance very soon What Will Czarlet Dol If the revolution breaks out a feti more times in Russia the czar as cau tious father will begin to look abou to see what trade he will have thi czarlet lear- nWIRELESS ARMY AID SIGNAL CORPS REPORT TELLS OF ITS GREAT WORKI Alaska Line Has Carried More Than a Million Words During Past Year Has Record of 2000 Words an Hour- WashingtonInteresting i facts and figures regarding the work of the signal corps of the army are contained in the annual report of the chief signal officer Gen A W Greely He regards as exceptionally praiseworthy the professional skill and exceptional ability of Capt Leonard D Wildman who has charge of the wire less section of the Alaskan telegraph system which he says is the only long wireless system in the world that is regularly operated as a part of a regular telegraph system handing commer cial business This line has handled more than 1000000 words in the year across the 107 miles stretch between Forts St Mi chart and Safety As many as 2000 words an hour have been transmitted at times without error or repetition The successful installation and operation of this unique work says Gen Greely afford an added Illustra tion of the intelligence and aptitude of the officers and soldiers of the Amerl armyHe states that the wireless work In done with an alternate current volts generatedeby a sixhorse poerI gasoline engine The DeForest receiver modified wltli frignal corps Inventions mused GeL Greslyjqrdg tie entire Alas sts Ysietn44OJ 1IIIIWol I KB ana dQ wireless telegraph Uses as not only of the greatest military Importance from a strategic standpoint but of almost incalculable value com mercially Its use has already resulted in great benefit to the business interests of Alaska During the year 134630 messages were handled both government and commercial For the latter 18000 was collected in tariffs According to the report the signal corps has an enlisted force of 1212 men WOULD DISSECT UVE MEN E Benjamin Andrews of Nebraska University Sees Use f9r Con damned Murderers Lincoln Neb Obdurate murderers would immeasurably benefit the human race 1t their living bodies could be used for experimental purposes by scientists biologists and physiologists This was the theory advanced by Chan cellor E Benjamin Andrews of the state university in an address delivered to the delegates of the National prison congress ot St Pauls church Concerning the casehardened Crim inals he said It is I suppose a fact that no further knowledge of the hu man body is to be hoped for by study- Ing the cadaver All advance ia anatomy and physiology for the behoof of medicine and surgery helping against disease pain and death must come from the examination of living specl ment preferably human One of the most useful services to humanity which a live human body could perform would be letting itself be experimented with under anesthesia or otherwise to help solve out standing physiological or biological problems A body used that way might easily prQduce benefit to the race compared with which that of a soldiers death in battle would seem triflingIn concluding paragraph Chan cellor Andrews said be would not ad vance experiments with unwilling murderers but should a criminal volunteer his criminal record might be expunged THE TRADEMARK ARTIST tnventor of Words and Signs as Trade Attractions Does Flourish ing Business Art Is a fanciful mistress and has many wooers One of the latest is tho trademark maker There are a half dozen prosperous members of this trade In the city says the New York Post The bestknown is an IrishAmerican with more wit than talent for line or color He was a mediocre laywer before he took to Inventing trademarks for merchants His legal knowledge makes his services doubly valuable There are lots of tricks In this trade said he and one has to keep his eyes open Did you know one couldnt regis ter a trademark unless he was a mer chant or epgagcd in a business of some kind An insurrectionist or an exile cannot register either but Indians and married women can although some states with antique laws wont allow them to own property in their own names Women get us into a lot of trouble A complexion maker ordered a mark called Easter Lily Balm It didnt go because it had nothing of the Easter Illy In it Another woman collected insects eggs and preserved them and ordered a mark American Caviar That was void too Then the feminine mind delights in actresses names for goods and If there is any possibility of tbe his trions ever going into the business the marks suggest the government refuses to register With historic MarthaImost successful idea however is the signature and a newlycoined word In the former patentmedicine makers turn out the most novelties and in the latter the cereal food manufac turers Some of these merchants think nothing of turning out a new food and a new mark each month Sometimes prizes are offered for newlycoined words and sometimes the artist supplies the word the legal knowledge ot registry and the sketch of the mark In this case there Is bound to be a splendid financial return The latest thing is the collector of trade marks and labels Ho haunts the studios and makes Ufe a burden to us WAS JUST A MEAN TRICK FlintyHearted Father Put His House on Boilers to Elude Daugh ters Suitor i have met up with some mean men in my time said the Chicago drummer but the man who takes tho cake up to date lives in Indiana 1 was introduced to his daughter while on a train and a few days later I called on her at her home As a matter of fact I was badly smitten and on my second call I asked her to be mine and obtained her consent Then I went to her father Ho re ceived me with icy coldness He had determined to marry his daughter to a butcher so as to get a discount off his meat and nothing I could say would mqve him I finally told him that I would coax Hattie to elope with me and he turned me out of the house and forbade my entering it againIn about four weeks I got around to the village again and after dark started out to secure an Interview Iapproachedfind it wasnt there any more I looked all around for it but it was gone I did not give up hunting for a good two hours nor did I know until next day what had happened Fearing that I would carrry out my threats the old hard heart had put rollers under the house hitched on a dozen yoke of oxen and snared It to another town five miles away While I was fooling arounta and trying to locate the new address the girl and the butcher were married and I was left out in the cold 1 like a fair fighter and am willing to give him every show but when It comes down to a father moving his house into another county to prevent the union ot two fond hearts 1 call It a lowdown trick 1 didnt commit sui cide over it as you see but It cer thinly has affected me so that they are complaining at the house that t am taking too many orders and making it necessary to enlarge the store by 100 feet In the rear Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty guar pricesbefore this IineL We will save you money New Carriage Works L cN wbyKy Y i u Farm For Sale My farm of 200 acres in Estill county on the Kentucky River 3i miles north east of College Hill this county School house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue clover and corn farm Firstclass orchard Four neyer failing springs and a No 1 well iu the yard Apply for terms to BGEnRle Richmond Ky 60 YEARS Sf EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS r DESIGNS u COPYRIGHTS csending a sketch and may ntftkiY ascertain out opinion tree betber n Is Common- ltlonulrletlJconDdelltlal on tent- slentree Oldest iicencr for patents Patent taken turuuah JIuna it Co receive notlt wttboulcbarae lathe Scientific jlmericatu A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tjirgest rlr Terms U a tourmoathsL Soldbyail neesdealere MUNNCoBrod New York Branch Office D Ia N1 Time T a1c- Ar No 3 Cincinnati and Knox LvI1215 p m ville Exless south bound 1255 pm No 2 Knoivllle 5 Clnnatl 155 p m Express north bound 200 pnr- No 4 Knorvllle n Clnnatl 405 a Di Express north bound 410 am No I Knoxrllle Sr Clnnatl t1M p m Express south bound 1159 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays 610 am villa Accm north bound 610am No Stanford and Mays 720 p m yule Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to Ml Vernon Accm south bound 915 a m No 29 Cynthlana and 940 am Stanford ex p south 1250 pm 350 pm No 30 north bound 30pm rr nkor ft Ciflcinnali nilwy The Midland Route LOCAL TIME TABLE KY CENTRAL R R POINTS 2 00 pt S 20 ail Frankfort A U 25 aI7 20 p 2 47p 7 43 alA Georgetown A 8 40 aS 25 p 825p7508u Paris L 8i30a542p 8 11 P II 42 a A Winchester L 7 09 a 2 45 P 8 15 o 9 50 a A Maysvllle L o 45 all 15 p 400p 8245k Cynthlana I 502p- 720pi54pA Richmond L 720a153p- 000plOiOaA Cincinnati L 255p CEO B HARPER O W HAYS Preu ana Lien Snpt u P A loiisie ft Atlantic Railroad DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For Versal1lesLawrenceburglshell S Pm an For Irvine and Beattyvillo 630 am For Irvine and 13eaUyTlllo 1205 p m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Louisville Lexington and tlSSan Cincinnati Mtp n Prom neattyvlllo and Irvine 30 p m From Beattyville and Irvine 335pm H R HMITH G P t P A- Versailles Ky R A Wooluras sAOLflceOlyndod Hotel Richmond 0 Dl OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW CHMOND KENTUCK Office on Second street over Che lIts grocery fACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office ove Jerry Thomas drug store D W TRI6BLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RTPHMOND KT Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Honrs 810 to lla m 2to4pm Office with Dr Bales over Rice Arn Res Tele 525 RICHMONF KY IiN MILLER ATTOIUrHTATLAW RICHMOND Kasrocrr Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly JA StrIjIuIVAt ArroaNnYArLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street A R Bnrnam A R Burnam Jr A R BURNAM SON ATTO BNKYS ATI AW at A K Barnauls former office Main st RICHMOND KY Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE 4 RICHMOND KENTTCKY a V M Blanton DENTIST 47Offlce in Bennett Building fjanly TELEPHONE r You have read about our COALbecause we keep telling you abont it in the papers P rhapait hasntimpresg ed you as it should TherefOrewe say again that ou- rStraight f Creek Coal is the best to buy for every reason But our saying it is not equal to vout trying it Order A load and we will be satisfied to let you do the talking niter wards We also handle KANAWHA SALT PLASTER OEMEN LIME etc tui Wittc Offiee and Yard MJlDepitt- T laphoa fic 1If THE 3TOpen to Succ- essSOUTHWEST i ARKANSAST- he AntiRenter State One of the most resourceful in the Union Unly one fifth of the total acreage now under cultivation Thousands of free homesteads Still more thousandsof unimproved farms for sale at ridiculously low prices The widest Open Door of them all Indian Territory rSooh to beenttrely the white mans country to have and to bold BichHn coal rich in oil rich in timber rich Iu soil No land in Anier ica better worth having and holding OKLAHOMA The What Next Territory Nearly a halt million acres more to be opened this year Only a lease this time but a lease in the Southwest is a foothold Write for illustrated literature and information regarding- low rateii Southwest in effect the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month GEO H LIE H I McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati 0 r RESULTSThe word results means a whole lot to the farmer of today and it Is especially attractive to the hotfieseeker or those seeking new locations If we tell you of a country where you are sure of success will you believe us It is only necessary for you to farm the land and the best results will follow a State which the government reports will show leads in the production of wheat It also ranks among the first in the raising of corn alfalfa timothy and other products together with stock raising We speak of KANSASTh- egreat State of the West where lands can be purchased from 5 1 to 30 per acre which equals the returns of the 50 to 150 per acre lands of other States EASTERN COLORADO is identical in most respects and the same opportunities are offered there Buy quick while the lands are cheap and secure the benefit ofan excellent invest ment THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY touches the heart of this rich agricultural region and extremely low rates are offered allowing stopover at pleasure in certain territory for inspection of lands etc Write us and we will send you free descriptive literature and full information TOWNSENDA419 Valnutst Cincinnati 0ST LOUIS MO s r houseAyersPil I DYEaTHE Illinois Central Railroad LftOO OFFERS Extremely low round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Including New Orleans r 1905TicketsOnly line running through personally conducted excursion TexasInveStmentiQSeolt UveatnwaU are not speculative The Boats Is not a new cooBtiy Market a l kli plBic fioilitlee are adequate atxj ntclaa The cltaate ic mild ad favor able VfntwitlHtMBdiBK those as d other advartags seutbees lantta are aellieg iriIe iMrbtow their real value nd tpf t 4cs Bt levee rturea onfheiB TWtmMt For a iree set ot drealani M 12 ieiseitv coB rnhse the poibillies Jla 4ilBKe t ioky West Teanmaq V Mi4utp4 sad LeeMMsa MOT aeM the ItHMh Cmtnl Rallrtxrf srbynb Mrf lsisMn i4f6s te an Jimljii tMto rnrUu emuAtfttrtreMt F F W HARLOW DP At e I