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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I i n riTHE RICHMOND CLIMAXO= VOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEIIrNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 NUMBER 28 B a a I o i3 B r w r I Voull Be Ahead t II Jo LO WATSONJ 8 and 20 North Upper LEXINGTON KY Railroad Fare Paid Come to Lexington and do your shopping Bmy 3500jworth of goods for cash your R Re fare will be refunded in full 2500 your fare paid one way- Readytowear Outerwear Equal to Custom Made Our offerings for the present season eclipse any ever known in our house Exclusive styles The excellence matersals and the superb work manship are readily discerhablo CORHECT COATS in beautyexcellence and becomingness there has never been an equal to our present styles We sart them as low as 10 and up to 75 Dressy Dresses ery handsome are these Long Coat Suits Elegant quality colors new uncqnaleil at the price 2000 to 3500 For 1500 Special popular styles copies of much higher priced mod Is made of Cheviots New Gray Checks and mixtures long coat styles A bigger bargain never was offered For a High Class Suit made of imported tweeds and broadcloth 2500 really worth 3500 Fine Skirts made of all wool Panama Cheviot and Serge full nlaited gored and circular styles sll new Special 360 A special offeringof flue Furs Coats and Eeckwear Black Lynx Stoles Liepslc dyed black Lynx straight Stoles 65 inches long value 3500 Special 2500 Natural Mink Sots Double Mink lions trimmed with tails and claws 1800 and 2000 Muffs to match Isabella and Sable Fox Pelerine and Double Boas 1250 1500 and 25 00 Largo square Muffs to match French Seal Coats equal in appearance to Alaska 35 00 and 4500 Fur Lined Coats 3500 Dressy DressGoods- A superb assortment of correctly stylish Panamas Serges Crepe de Paris Rollencs Henriettas Drap de etc In a wide and comploto color assort nitnt 75o to 150 Dressy Silks Both Chiffon and Taffeta evening and street shades and Novelty Printed Warp Pompadour Silks in dcpeneablo qualities and satisfying effects 85c to fl50 yard Black Rustling finish and perfect back H inches wide 08c well worth 135 Merode Underwear at Special Prices Ladles heavy ribbed white cotton fleeced Underwear hand silk finished Vests Pants and Corset Covers all sizes 50c Union Suits 100 Misses Union Suits and Separate garments Glove Dapartments Specials Rid Gloves showing all the new fall Our own importation of high grade hades in reputable makes 100 1 50 and 200 Womens Hosiery These are all just right in quality style price lull regular made 25c and three pairs for 100 Shapely Corsets AU the best Corsets of all the best makes are here from the Newform and Erect to the Celebrated trout Lace Peitz and H W G All size Blankets and Comforts- Fine Blankets 114 large 500 and 600 for pair Cotton Comforts combed cotton perfectly clean Large size 150 to 12 Dressmaking Mrs Pendleton in Charge J L WatsonThe Laurel Heater for Soft Coal or Slack Lignite or Wood The testimony cf thousands Is These Heaters with soft coal equa a baseburner with hard coal WHYSlack Burns Soft Smoke x r Soot t Fitted with Laurel Pouch Feed door CenturyandLaurel Fuelsaving Firepot Heats the Floor Cleantg- All soft coal objections overcome If you are going to buy a heating stove it will be worth your while to examine these heaters and their special features The Firepot is guaranteed for Five Years DB ShoelfelWCo MY NAME IS Y I TH LiKMANfcii On r Sausage Row And Buys i3 roof3 f3 D II f 6 D D D D D D D t3 D l3 I3 1- 3BOILA RS ele eX IIllIrex KILL PEACE CHIEFS OHEBOKEES SLAY XZT ANGER OVER TREATY Within Very Short Time Govern ment of OncePowerful Indian Tribe Will Be a Thing of the Past last legislature Tahlcguab I TA story recalling the oldUm spirit of th Indiana la bo lug told fcy those who ire diauustng the coming passing away of the Cherokee nationTahlequah means place of refuge It was christened when the Cherokees after tho pilgrimage from their old home east of tho Mississippi settled hero more than half a century ago It was a trag edy marked by thoValllng of women and children and feelings of Intense anger on the part of tho men Three of tho chiefs who signed tho treaty ceding tho old homo of the tribe to the government wore put to death in one day The fact that they had been able and loyal in their leadership did not count as against the great offense Of one of these chiefs the right hand which had signed the treaty was cut oIl and thrown away before the death pen any was inflicted Ten years were consumed in the removal to this country They came afoot on horseback and In wagons Bitter hardships were encountered and hun dreds died on the way Spreading out from this valley they built homes In the wilderness In time towns were established with good schools and most of the advantages that go with civilization Courts and a legislature were organized and they were In later days attended with the corruption and favoritism that attends similar Institutions lath states But it was their government and the people were devoted to it Within a few months it will pass away The last chapter will then be closed and ihe6 people who have for centuries had a distinctive existence will be absorbed In the good of white Im migration that is Weeping over the ter ritory Chief W 0 Rogers has called the last session of the Cherokee legislature to bo hold In the capitol building here In October The members will close up the affairs of the nation and appoint three leading men to represent the Cherokees In tho allotment of lands which may not bo completed for several years Tho tribal government will go out of existence in March 1906 The Cherokees gave 500000 worth of school property The part of It In which they take particular pride Is the Chore koo female seminary located on wooded hill In the oatsklrta of this city Iti cost 100000 an4 Is atUnd d by pupils There ore day and boarding schools throughout the nation with an attendance of about 13000 children A text book coagriculture figures In the course of study There are 40000 citizens of the Cherokee nation of whom 7000 are full bloods and 4000 freed slaves and their descend ants They are at public expense for their orphans and Insane The latest report of their finances Included these Items School fund 623065 general 706659 orphan 38044 Insane asy lum 55380 An effort to turn back the tide that gives no promise of success Is being made by the Katooahs a society of full Weeds above picture of tIle 10IRE and fish is tho trade of Scotts Emulsion is tho synonym for strength and purity It is sold In almost all the c noun tries of the globe If the pod fish became extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because tho oil that comes from its liver surpasses ullather- fats ill nourishing and life iving Thirty years ugp- aioTtro ElrnllPsion a way prepanng cod liver oil otbat everyone can take it and get the full yalue of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the best thmg intho world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength Send for tnt tampb SCQTTI 11 BOWNB CKEXISTS Lle ZXAYL S2IFnariatitF Ttliif HftadtiM All Il 4 il E3 D D D Ct D Q ID D El El D Q D D B r D f II D II D II D 0 t3 D D Fl If you see our line bef investing your money eRAIN COATor an Overcoaf for yourself and that boy r LACKEY HAMILTONCorner First and Main Streets RI HlIOND IeIIex leI 8IeXeL X X For Breakfast Luncheon rTiA few small biscuits easily made with Royal Baking Powder Make them smallas small round as a napkin ring Mix and bake just before the meal Serve hot Nothing better for a light dessert than these little hot biscuits with butter and honey marmalade or jam You must use Royal Baking Powder to get them right ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK 0 WeAre Now Showing an extremely pretty line of Winter Goods amd Novelties Our stock was never more complete and up to date Our prices are such as to suit all classes Our class of goods will suit themost fastidious We are always glad to show our line of Dry Goods Cloaks Furs etc White Gibson YE OLDE RELIABLE SHOP r ff TO DELICATE WOMEN Ctfi You will never get well and strong bright happy hearty and free from pain until you build up your constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like I 1VineoJrdUj It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It U a building strengthmaking medicine for Yemen the only roedJdna that is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles WHITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest oonfid ensa UUlaj us all your symptoms and troubles We will lead frti advice ia plata sealed eovcop bow te cure ttum MtottK LaJIaa1 Advisory Dept The Oattarsooe MolSdoa cchattAnoeca Tenn U YOU ARE FRIENDS of nine writes Mrs F L Jones of qiii rin Team uFQ1 slnca taking Cirdul I liars pW4 IS liar and UI1n teWr lloahh Oaa far tti put 9 years I tall BT husband that Cardul la worth la weight In gold to as Kfferfag ladles i at Tf X 1 WeareBoundja to keep Your Trade ITheadvance business for alphas begun opportunity for special bargains and pnice selections from new stock is now yours Im Furniture Carpets all Mattings t t if the goods suit we pjikfcthe price Iand 4 S 1 W I RICHMOND KVI i 7d Xt k ALLIflairRenewe SICILIAN Makes the htlr EIW long tnd and keeps it ioftand glossy Stops falling hair and cures dandruff And it always restores color to gray hair Sold for fifty years r n F t =L n L r IFURSAT I I We will sell nil our Furs at reduced prices Learn yaluet It isQ easy to mate a mistake in FURS Look to quality before price Do e not bo deceived by words See for yourself Our Furs nro well made We Rive vau received every time Our knowledge and guaranteed are back of It t Furs at Reduced Prices Repairing and Remodeling a Specialty I M LowenthalFURRIER J Fayette PhlIe 1162 222 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY L i l ton RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY erg7Tand L tddaentatdeelopmentandmal Henflea Prostratlm lutnua and other trouDleadul oUierealIattinaJlr rood for vrnen Booklet tree YrorISPOppoetpaidttlthaadarantte perren MEDICAL AiocivnoN CHICAGO U sA For salt by E C Wines LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office overT ylors Hardware Stcre Phone 582 RICHMOND KY TT rII y U WAIT A H MB1 Ykindgreat variety of farms dwelling houses business houses nod business propositions If You Want a Farm youarelookingments where located how much are willing to invest and way other pertinent information We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal cardI will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E You o SB Pres Lebanon Ky I Cloakor Furs for your wife and daughter j a Suit of clothes j KENTUCKY 3GGOd For X M JI Scan now be found at our store We have just received the nicest line of all I goods to be used in the house during the holiday season tJ Fresh Raisins Figs Dates tnnd all the ingredients for black cakes Our Christmas line of ttI tJ Que ens war e Q is one of the most beautiful and complete to be found in Central Kentucky We also carry till celebrated fl Kanawha Salt the best that can be bad fot preserving meat ttJ Call and look over our stock before making a pur chases in anything in our line Coving1on Arnold Bro Main Street l6If you dont believe the Climax are a good paper read her IIYIT T T 1 1 1 II 1 oT I 1 t L- JJtOLEiJ r tt TO- lvi BUINEo My Entir Must be Sold by January Jst p REflARflLE Cf nfl nnri Tur IiU I q P1 1R J I b i T tri II i trw P Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Rough and Dressed Lumber vDpors SaSt Ceilings Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLkNTON CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax rUBLIZRKD EVERY WKDKKSDAT BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated A D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Press Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements- For Precinct and City Offices Silo- For County Office 10 00 For St9te and District Offices 15 00 For Vails per fine 10 Eor Cards per 10 For all publications in the interest nf In dividual or expression of individ ual views per llue 10 Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY NOV 29 1905 THERE is a great moral wave sweep ing over this laud of ours that has something mote than an ordinary meaning back of it TUG battleship Kentucky holds tho record for having ent a message the longest distance by wireless tale graph having sent a communication a distance of 500 ratios Even the name carries success with it TIIK Hiizabelhtown News has re cently passed its 3Sth anniversary It is at present edited by Col Harry Soinmors and is recognized as one of the model newspapers of the State May it contiiiHC iu its present nourishing condition Miss ANNA EVA FAY the great mind reader says raw tomatoes WhiS1keytomatoes to oome from at this time of the year How would a weiner wurst sprinkled with horse radish do Miss Anna Jessamine Journal BDITOI WALTON publishes the following item in two places in his edi torial column- A mouse in a womans bonnet broke up a revival at Marion Ohio The devil himsolf could not have amongtheThis duplication of news in such a carefully edited paper as tho Interior Journal will lead to tho following an nouncement from the samo source next issue Tho rats in our foremans garret started a revival in our oice last week Tho devil himself could not have created as much consternation among the office force as did these two little rat talessTHEKK can be no question that the days of the Frankfort ring are numbered and the Democrats of the State should see to it that no set of men be permitted to attempt to set up another in its place Tho people of the va rious counties and cities are abun dantly able to manage their local af fairs in their own way and should not longer submit to the wouldbe dicta tion or intorference on t1 o part of a coterie of politicians for revenue only with headquarters at Frankfort or Louisville who have been trying to get their hands into the organization in every corliy and city in ttye State anifusfc it ior their scllish purposes Henderson Gleaner MAYOR BAKTII Louisville started off his administration just right when he appointed Mr John D Wakefield a member of the Board of Public Safety Who is John D Wakelield Ask that and confess yourself unknown He is the Lilly White of tho Kentucky Pross Born a gentleman reared as one and treating all men as such he is respected and beloved by all gentlemen The highest typo of tho metropolitan reporter indus trious polite discreet veracious ac curate exhaustive we find in Mr Wakefields appointment by Mayor Barth cause for universal congratu lation by the editorial fraternity wherever this princely gentleman is known Christmas Bazaar Tho ladies ot the Baptist Church will hold a bazaar on December 8th und 9th in tho store room recently va cated by Frasa Brothers They willI have on sale all kinds of fancy articles suitable for Christmas gifts Jiov223t Telephone B H Tuxon and him for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dU Ayers We know what all good doc CherryPectorlI tor and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs f Ayeri cherry Pectoral Is well known In our family We think U It tbe best medicine la the world for coughi aud coldi- KATIB Irwcitsos retalama Cal 50cJIOO 1 CATER co All LotIdrttrcIstfor Hard Coughs willhastenIn Trouble in Winchester The following special from Winches ter to tliR Lexington Herald will be of interest here since Mr Scrivner and his wife are both natives of this county Mr Scrivner is a eon of Constable L M Scrivner His wife was formerly Miss Bessie Rayburn granddaughter cj Mr HI B Dillin ham of thia city HE T Woodford through his attorney Hon CJ Bronston of Lexing ton has filed suit against II B Scriv ner and Woodson McCord for damages for alleged assault on him in tho sum of 10000 The petition alleges that in November 1905 in Clark county H B Scrivner unlawfully wrongfully and maliciously assaulted beat and bruised this plaintiff about the head and body with his fists and with a buggy whip and the defendant Woodson McCord was present aiding abetting and incit jog said Scrivener to so beat and bruise this plaintiff to his damage in the sum of 10000 This suit grew out of a difficulty be tween Mr Scrivener and Mr Woodford caused by some improper language which young Woodford is alleged to have ued in speaking over the telephone to Mrs Scrivner Scrivner asked Woodford to apologize but he declined to do so and denied making the remarks This conversation between Scrivner and Woodiord also took place over the telephone aud Scrivner informed Woodford that he would be out to set tle with him and Woodford told him to come ahead as he would be ready for him Woodford lives in the Pine Grove neighborhood and Mr McCord says that Scrivner asked him to drive to the country with him without telling him where he was going or for what purpose When they found Woodford tcriviier gave him a lashing with a buggy whip which Mr McCord says was much to his surprise The parties are all prominent Mr McCord being Sheriff Mr Scrivner isa member of the dry goods firm of Scnv nor Bros and young Woodfod is a on of Mr L T Woodford The kidies of the Catholic Church announce that they will give a dinner on December Court Day in the room recently occupied by Frasa Bros tf Killed In a Scuffle News has reached here of the death of Hugh G Ryals at Jackson Tennes sno Young Ryals and a friend War ner Blackard of Paris Tennessee both students at the Southwestern Presby terian University were engaged in a friendly scuffle and fell over a banister the result of which was the deathof Ryals and the serious injury ot War nero Both boys were sons of ministers the former being well remembered here his father having been the pastor ot the Baptist Church at this place News of the sudden and tragic death of ther son will be learned with regret by the friends of Rev and Mrs Ryals whose memory is fresh with Richmond people Deep sympathy is felt for them in their bereavementI The song of sympathy never comes until the singer has been to the school of sorrow Many a man thinks he is patient with pain when he is only perverse in eaing pickles JOO Reward JOO The readers of this paper wfll be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tbo blood and mucous surfaces of tbo system thereby destroying the givingthethe constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have powprsthatany case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials AddressFJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Std by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation it Christmas Presents of for every member of the household- sTo get together the most complete the most distinctive lot of articles suitable for presents ever shown by us has beenq the object of our bujers for weeks Our sales floors d season will contain as comprehensive an assortmentoffi Christmas Giftsas it will be possible to find large cities Each piebe has been selected with the view of pleasing YOU o so just rember BroW rs when making up your l- istliIiiiiIii U w J6Tff= =1 r 2 A Club For All Richmond The movement to organize a Club for allRichmond wInch has been so vigorously urged by the Climax and its contemporaries was crystalized into partial shape by the meeting held on Monday evening in the parlors of the Elk Lodge r That meeting was representative and earnest The speakers were unanimous in their advocacy of such an organization and when a vote was taken every person present expressed himself in its favor The attendance interest and enthusiasm mani fested at this purely preliminary meeting are evidences that the clubs future is promising of good results The work done consisted of the appointment of a committee to solicit members from every occupation and profession in the city No attempt at permanent organization was suggested neither was the name of any person announced for any office hereafter to be filled All such matters are properly left to be decided by the entire membership reported by the ten canvassers at a public meeting to be announced for early next week at the Court House Hon W B Smith being present was asked to act as the chairman of the meeting Monday night and to selectfrom those present this soliciting committee and he named the following B L Banks W R Letcher TVVD Oldham Thos Hamilton A D Miller Geo Myers C E Woods Sam Rice R R Burnam R E Turley A H Zaring J A SullivanThis divided the city into con vmiicnt parts and each man was assigned a section toIerein solicit members It shall be the endeavor feach committeeman to personally see every man inv ti ter ritory and ask him to align himself with this otniza cityThusshow his interest in the success of a moveimr t patterned after other similar commercial organizations of our wideawake neighboring towns that have lken on new life and bid fair to outstrip us in all material things unless we wake up and join the process m It is along this line that Rev Hugh McLellan spolr i Sun day night to a congregation of awakened citizenship and we reprint his address in another column This Commercial Club movement will doubtless bi given impetus by that address and it certainly sliild be read by those vho are satisfied as well as tho who are not satisfied with the present state of neral affairs in our beautiful city The soliciting committee will canvas th ntire th9Masonicsufficient interest has been manifested by on merchants and others as evidenced by the reports i f the various solicitors then they are authorized to j iblish a call for a mass meeting of citizens at the Court House one eveningnext week when permanent rgani zation will be effected Judge Benton has kindly mailed each solii ior a copy of the rules of the celebrated Winchestej Commercial Club which has done more for the raji Iand permanent development of that village tb ih any other agency This reminds us that our citize i I are prone to regard our neighboring towns as thoug they still bore the same relation to this place as fif t years ago This is selfdeceptive and has caused Rio inoud to rely upon past glory without realizing that on erst while provincial neighbors have gone ahead wblst we were foolishly imagining that it was not necessary to be up and doing to keep step to the music of the imes Fellow citizens get into the bandwagon an t1 et us adopt Kentucdys motto with somewhat of the t ry of Paul Save us else we perish A Warm Sermon Having For a Text Citizen ship In View of The Re cent Election REV HUGH MCLELLAN PASTOR Finsr CHRISTIAN CIIURCII Rev Hugh McLellan pastor 01 the Christian church addressed a congre gation of representative citizens of all denominations and of none at all at his church Sunday evening upon the above subject and it is safe to say that his remarks made a profound impression whether they prove lasting or not only time and results can tell The character of the sermon could only be surmised In advance by the text and hence there was much interest as well as some curiosity to hear what a pastor would have to say upon affairs supposed to be purely secular and local in part Assuming that many of the readers of The Climax are inter A Test Will Liquozone yougainexpense Youll regret this delay when you learn what the product to doubtingby results Germ diseasesand there germicidethose blindlytothem effective Let us prove thepower the Liquozone Is The virtues of Liquozono are derived from gases The formula is sent to ach user The process of making re uires large apparatus and 8 to 14 chemistsfx and combine the gases as to carry into the system a powerful formfvegetable origin Yet to thebodyLknio helpfulinpoisonhent germisease lenDiantoUfllMflftM==4 OSO ested alike with those wbteard this discourse we have been i jiiested to reprint it omitting no vitalr essential feature All of it was vita iud noth ing is omitted on any accoi The immediate incentive t the ser mon aside from the eves sent ne cessity for vigilance and obity in public affairs was the grl ng belief that Richmond has lapsed itoaetate of stagnation and torpor astrnctive of religious and commerc I life and activity How to eradicate t se germs Irpeoplofromence are the momentous qi tions on tbe lips of all and which J McLel Ian undertook to answer i this ser monHis sermon or address h it been delivered elsewhere than i a sacred edifice might have receh audible manifestations of approval realistic and truthful were his elecut and forceful portrayals of cundi an here It is possible that ho said si u things that were unpalatable ands taps bitterly distasteful to some but oonecan gainsay the truth and timel 33 of his remarksaddressed as the were to citizens generally all oi whon are his friends and neighbors aware hi his devotion to the best interests o thh town where he has for live years occupied a most conspicuous position But he needs and asks noapology car hands and this is merely intended to give a brief introduction so that the entire address may be perused Mr McLel lan said vie POLITICAL DOSS TIm citiz3ii of our great American Tell been made with it Its power had been proved again and in most difficult germ diseases Then offered to the first bottlo free in disease required it Andover one million dollars been spnt to an nounce and fulfill this offer bottleshaveyears Today there are countless cured whatLiquozoncBut so many others need it that this Inlateycars6Cicllcehnstrncedscores attacks Old remedies do not apply to them We wish to show those one- sat our Liquozono can do It Applies These are the diseases in which Liquo thesoitfirstbottlefree1Lndinallnomattcrhowdif monthsfurtherAMbma GoitreGout- AbeceesAnanla Gonorrhea flltt Poveriuflueusio04Bowel Troubles Xeaeorrhea XalMiaNetra1ACouanmpUol OonUglotw DteMM Rheumatism uD1MRt1lr7DMrrhN EE itrtt cities has become familiar with that modern creation ot corrupt polities the political Boss This picturesque individual is not noted for his educa tion his refinement his patriotism or his rather is he noted for his lack of these things But he is noted for his lorce power and arro gance We are familiar with the names of some of the great bosses Croker Platt Murphy Butler Quay Cox men of a type each one the apotheosis of corrupt politics These men have stoodwith their feet upon the necks of great cities and the world has witnessed the amaz lug spectacle of a city in a great re public tho vassal of one man It was not democracy nor even monarchy nor even respectable bureaucracy it was slavery political moral and Intellectual The acquirement of this tyranny bytheBoss and hia ring is an interesting story too long to tell hero but in a word it grow up from the eter flat vigilance of the ring and the eter nat Indifference of the citizens The dark Italian hand of the ring was lelt but seldom seen Gain after gain was made and the citizenship slumbered privilege after privilege was usurped and the citizens yawned andturned over until in bloated arro stance the Boss and his minions cracked the whip over the poor cattle and when they turned in dazed resentment their masters yelled What arc you going to do about it TilE WORM TURNS I want to tell you what they have done The citizens made Mr Folk governor of Missouri and a number of these whip crackers are in tho peniten tinny and some more may be In Ohio the citizans ticked out neck and crop the Boss and his nominee for thegov ernorship The citizens of Philadel phia threw out dirty men and put in clean men And in New York the people elected Mr Jerome whose chief glory is that he has a mania for put ting rascals in the penitentiary The first thing that is remarkable about this is that the citizens awoke Citizenship can awake It is like the sea which sleeps and glasses itself like a great pond but it can awake It can rise in its might like a young lion and shake out its stormy mane and roar into thp skies Then no ship can live In its fury So the people can endure wrong and injustice for years but when they awake it is terrible We see the awakening in Russia We saw it in the French revolution We see its features In these recent elections NOT POLITICAL VICTORIES The next rjmarkablo thing is that the recent victories were not political victories but moral victories Mr iattison was elected in Ohio by votes cast not for a political party but for moral issue The samo is truo in Phil adelphia and it is true in regerd to 3ir Jeromes election in New York There was something splendid in the fiht Mr Jerome made in New York No man gerlmps ever went into a New fork municipal cam paign under more spectacular circum stances At ho tiun of his nomina tion which of itself was unusual to the last degree Mr Jcrolrio stood pract lIly alone Ke was not sure of the active sympathy and support even of the petitioners who put his name offi chilly in the field To be sure the leaders of the Citizens Union gave half hearted promises of support but other party leaders laughed and wise and conservative citizens shook their heads gloomily It was not the office ot disrict at torney that was involved in this fight nor was it the more matter of party victory Jerome io i for certain principles He had promised the people New f York to wrest the power ofbd ministration from the hands of the bosses Ho was a crusader who went out fearlessly to fight for a cause He was made the victim of vicious criti cism antI of eveiy political canard that could be invented But he went on spurred by a great single purpose and he believed in the people and he wont o people over to him It was a ram rkablc triumph Party Tines were broken air it became a ILtlit between nilIparties It was not so much Jerome as what Jenni clood for It was ai other case cf Folk in Miwouii OUR CITY ASLEEP All this shows that a new lay has dawned cud that citizenship is taking on a now meaning Tho ballot is a power and a trust Ue should etc this power and this trust fur the good of our own city Our city is stagnating It does not grow Like Solomons Tern plo there in not heard in it the sound of hammer and mallet Our church buildings are antiquated suiT unsiiited to modern need Ue have no city library It looks as if we are less atraid of ignorance than of taxes Five years ago we bad university and thro our indifference it was taken from IIi We have lost the barrel factory and we fail to see that in ourstate the rep utation of Richmond as a business point amounts to nothing III view of these facts and stirred by the aroused citizenship ot other places I want to awaken your interest in our city It is a moment It Is an opportunity Therefore think with mo along these lines THE ELIMINATION OF POLITICS FROM Gun MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS Politics the tiki have no place in the WHat Can Do for You and It Is Free means ne- wWhftt toniczermicide supply have costwhat Where conscience tremendously dramatically psychological Also most forms ot the following Kidney Troubles Liver Troubles Stomach Troubles vomeiis IJleeasrt potioieiaIYithilzrnc00mpIlsWng 50c Bottle Free If need Liquozonc and liave never tried it please send us this coupon We locndrugfipay is our free gift made to convince you whatittt for itplaccsou under no obligations Liquozone costs50c and SI CUT OUT THIS COUPON Flu It out and mall Ifto The IJqaozone Com poor 45846 Wabash Ave Chicago Xriease wlflBu9 ASD1 1 4 Give full adeIltlnT v Xoiuiuai tilts offer to aew OHM only Jaojr riu OfIttDOtJal lllil 1s I conduct of our city The welfare of the city should be a greater codeid era tlon than the victory of any party There is no relation between political ideas and practical town government It matters little to us in Richmond as far as effect on our town is concerned whether Roosevelt or Cleveland pre sidesat Washington But it in of in finite import who sits in our mayors chair It makes little difference in onr happiness whether we in Richmond live under high or low tariff but it means a great deal to us what kind of councilmen we elect or the character of our police force The conduct of civic affairs is a matterof business not of politics and the trouble with Richmond is too much polltksandtoolittlet business We to tions of civic trust business men not politicians It is a ridiculous thing this appointing of incompetent men to the great task of governing a city We should analyze the motives of the men who seek to sit in council and vote for those only who are above suspicion TUB ENFORCEMENT OP LAWSALOONs AND DRUG STORES We need a thorough enforcement of our laws As we have to begin at some point I suggest that We begin with closing the saloons on Sundays We have had some trouble along this line already and it would be Interesting to see if it can be done here It has been IS1heincities I believe some of our saloon keepers already cooperate in this movement If others aro not willing to do so they should be made to Dee very quickly that it is a choice between keeping tbe law and having their licenso cancelled We should give them to understand that a man cannot do business in this town who resists the operation of good laws I want to read a clipping from one of our county papers SIt is said the saloon keepers ot Fal- mouth Ky have signed an agreement to cooperate with the grand jury to prosecute perrons who violate the Holiday liquor law If the saloon keepers are working along this line it is difficult to see how the Sunday liquor law could be violated George town Times DRUGGISTS AND PHYSICIANS If the saloonists poop rate with the Mayor and the police I fail to sae how there can be any violation of tho law unless it occurs through the drue stores And I think the time is ripe for the development of a pronounced sentiment on this great abuse I be lieve drug stores should be licensed by tho city and such licocss to bo hold just so long as they observe the law If a druggist finds tire selling of liquor more to his taste than keepinc in the narrow way of legitimate business he should go into the salpon business where he belongs Tbe saloons should not be subjected to the unfair and legal competition ot drug stores If tho evil go farther back than this then I thik there should be some laws to regulate the number of whiskey prescriptions coming from a physicians office In this connection the follow ing taken from a newspaper is inter eating andfurnishcohol not mixed with drugs unless he has a revenue license even though the tchukey or alcohol is to be wed fur medicine InternalHeyenuo TilE 8DITOBT OP THE TOUCH In order to enforce law the citizen ship should stand back of the police force Our police should feel that they are the servants of the city They are called to a life of severe duty and not to seek lor popularity They should know that in the enforcement of law in the arrest of criminals they are to know no favorites no friends nor ene mles hut without discrimination do their sworn duty In such work they should be amply paid by the city eo that there shall come to them neither discouragement nor temptation INTEBEBT IN OUK SCHOOLS We shond take more interest in our schools I submitthefollowlngaxioms for careful thought They apply to any and every school Only tbe best school is good The building should be large enough for the accomndation of the pupils and properly ventilated The trustees should be men who know what a model school is and who can estimate the character and ability of a teacher Men who liars no axes to grind Teachers thould be amply paid and in return should tender the highest fortes of teaching service is CONCLUSION I caJI upon you to awnkoio an interest in Richmond Lot get to work and make a pull for our own town When we think f the wealth that is tributary to this city but which now passes our doors We bhonld anke to the fact that we are not keeping up in the race We are being left behind by cities not so well situated as oar own Winchester Danvilie Lexington Shelbrville all are growing rapidly while we are at a standstill It looks to me as the natural result of bad goy ernment and civic Indifference Boarding Hinse For Rent back of Wines Creekinores drug store Main st Address MBS A C BUCHANAN Richmond Ky PERSONAL Miss Helen Bennett was in Lduis ville last week Mrs James B Stouffer has returned from Louisville MH J P Holzclaw Is visiting in RichmondJesamine News Mr George Mclloberts of Danville has been visiting relatives hone Mr Malcolm Miller of New York City is hero visiting his parents Miss Mabel Martin is at home from a visit to Miss Nell Long in Uaaville Mr Henry Hamilton of Virgini- as visiting his uncle Mr HB Hanger Mrs B L Middclton entertained he Book Club last Saturdayafternoon Mrs C E Smith of Winchester has been the guest of Miss MoThs FifeMrs Nealo Bennett and Miss Stella Thomson went to Mt Sterling yesterday Mrs Dan H Breck has had as her gnest her father Rev W W Hall of Maysville Mr aud Mrs Wm Williams and Mrs Thos Williams of Irvine were in the city Saturday Misses Ethel and Anna llcacox of Lexington are visiting their sister Mrs Elmer Deatherage Mr and Mrs J P Simmons were guests last week of Mrs J S Johnson in Garrard Mr R C II Covington and family have moved into Mr Dave Bigger staffs house on Broadway Rev Hugh McLellan will deliver the address at the Elks Memorial ser vices in Paris next Sunday Mr II W Hartsough made a busi ness to Richmond last week- Falmoutn Pcndletonian Mr Harrison Simrall of Lexing ton spent several days last week with his brotherinlaw Mr Joseph Che nault Miss HaTtie Hamilton was called home last week by the illness of her mother Mrs Sim Hamilton at Wise mantownMr Mrs Milton Durham will go to Richmond tomorrow for a visit to tho latters sister Mrs JettDan ville Advocate Mrs Richard Morgan of Lexington and Mrs Kellogg of Cincinnati have been tho pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg Rev F N Hill has been holding a revival meeting in Carroll county His pulpit was tilled Sunday by Rev Weber of Winchester Miss Ella Anderson of Clifton Va formerly a teacher at Madison Institute has been the pleas ant ghest of Misses Anne and Emma DeJarnette near town Saturdayevenings LouisvllleTimes contained a splendid likeness of Mrs W S Oldham one of Richmonds most popular matrons and her cun ning little daughter Emma Crockett Senator and Mrs J B McCreary left last week for Washington to bo really for tho Assembly of Congress They were accompanied by the Sena tors private secretary Mr Henry D R Tevis entertained quite a number of her trionds at six hind euchre on last Thursday afternoon An elegant lunch was served and the occasion was thorougly enjoyed by all presentMrs Ann Chenault of New Mexico and Mrs Jane Crutcher of Richmond- are guests of Mrs John Terry Mrs R K Stone and children of Richmond are visiting Mrs Emma White Miss Alice Tribble has resumed her duties in the school hereafter being absent several weeks on account of the illness of her mother Paint Lick Cor Central Record Mrs A 0 Buchanan and Mrs Mary B Clay attended tho sixteenth annual convention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association which met in Newpoit on the tenth of this month In the absence of the President Miss Laura Clay Mrs Clay of this city presided They were de lightfully entertained by Mrs Emma M Roebuck Miss E B French Southern Presbyterian Missionary to China is thy guest of Miss Lucia Burnam ft Burnamwood Miss Frenchad dressed the Junior Mission Band on Sundayafter noon and gave a talk to ladies only yesterday afternoon This afternoon at 3 oclock everybody is invited to heatS Miss French who will give an address in tbo main au ito rinn of the Presbyterian church Miss Lucile Norris gave a farewell party on last Tuesday afternoon to Miss Margaret Douglas which was a most beautiful compliment to this popular little lady who together with her mother Mrs A T Douglas left Saturday for St Augustine Fin to reside Quite a number of friends of both hostess and her guest of honor were present Each one taking a token of love to bestow on their little friend who would so soon leave for the South Glorious games were indulged- in and delicious refreshments served and all were enjoyed with a fervor and happiness that accompanies child hood the sober side of a farewell party Friends of Mr Bowen Zaring will be pleased to learn of his prosperity in the great city of New York where ho is splendidly located in business Recently he was the special guest of uthe Kentnckians an organization of natives of this state who give an SI A Midwinter Opening t Parisan ModelsJ seen during New Yorks Horse Show J j1 In Reception and Street Hats also Vel vet Costumes Reception Gowns Opera J Coats and Eurs tiJ t Monday November 27th i4 Attractive Specialties in tHolidayNovelties 2 imbry Co I Outfitters to Women 141 East Main Street Lexington Kentucky 9oQ il1 b J fj- k t LW J l JDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS to PERRY AND THOMAS f DRUGGISTS TELEPHONE 75 i 1LWantedF or Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men between the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character ana temperate habits who can speakread and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the World nual dinners at Delmonicos to one of vhich Mr Ziring hud the honor of an invitation The menu is in French and covers tan courses ranging all the way from soup to coffee Among the other guests present we note the names of Messrs Lacy Lee Bright William Read John Breckinridge Evan Shelby and Dr Shelby all Kentuckians to be sure for where else would you find the names Breckin ridge Shelbyetc Mr and Mrs E C Boggs formerly of this city but now of Nicholasville celebrated their crystal wedding last week In speaking of the event tho News says Their beautiful new home was indeed lovely in its decorations the drawing room being cs Facially artistic with streamers of pink and green draped gracefully about Growing chrysanthemums in pink and white peepiog from every where while palms and ferns in abun dance lent their graceful forms to add Iheir quoto or dignity In tho receiving lire were Mr and Mrs Boggs and Mrs Frazee of Lexington who bade their guest such a hearty welcome that a perfect stranger would have felt he had known them all his life Mr and Mrs Boggs were the presentsInchina etc a large table in the libra ry at tho rear of the large hall being reserved for theso gifts which were only small tokens of best wishes and hearty good will of the many guests who wished them many many re turns of their wedding day Turkeys tor SaletA few nice Bronze Turkeys for sale Mrs Jas DeJarnett Phone 32lb novS 1m Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale 30daysin Clark county Ky half wav1 between Mt Hterllnj and Winchester on the turnpike As a whole or in 3 tracts Tract No of 250 acres tins modern orchardicetobaccobarnscattle barn for 130 head containing an feedforwatered and is an ideal country home anttwothistractsarriedescnipLion For further particulars call on or write J C SCOBEE 29no5t Winchester K- yPublicSale Land Stock Farming Imple KitchenFurniture Thursday Nov 14 As agent for the heirs of Edmurtl abovedateman near Spears Ky at 10 oclock followingproperty Two hundred and forty HOJ acres of well improved land subject to sun vey good twostory frame residence porchestock householdpiecesover hbalanceof sale at 6 par cent interest purchaser poessIougivensums of J20 and under cash over thatamount credit of sixty days without iaterest tienntlel8igaedLysie Real tate Agent Nlehky NEWMAN29aet TJ GREENLEAFI AORNEY ATLLW mt 9iIn t 4L 6 IT GiVES THE BEST nCSUOS LIGHT ii The SMITHSONIAN COHKECT TRUSS t A Satisfaction guaranted For sale by by PERBY jfc THOMAS Strayed or Stolen From my residence on North street on Monday night Nov 8 a yellow and white spotted Pointer lbg Will pay liberal reward for Information leading to recovery or return ot dog tf J1I TERMLL Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehms We carry fifteen famous makes Including Mason Ilamlin Hazelton Haines Bros Kingsbnry Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano in the homo generates a re influence and places the son or he daughter in a musical atmosphere which is more elevating thanany 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 tho Cecilian concealed Every taste and every purse finds satisfaction hero o e eCYQ e- ml e ea 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 quantity and quality From the large stock on display anyone can find just what they de sire for self or for presents for their friends A Visit to my store will convince all that the most superb line of goods te be found In a Jewelry youThe line of DIAMONDS WATCHES CUT GLASS SILVERWARE CROSSES RINGS ClocksIJewelry Call now before the rush of the Holidays begin aadselect from presentstives My prices are lowest moneycan FJ YEA tiER SecoBd Street- BICHMOND KY fer tat Oer Storeftos 10018 it oa Main treet Eltflaat offle re i feUtiertsiBgle or In mttet eledrfe Ifekt J Hall lights anti water flirttMt- hetiOurwfoo8ftOretaNsb et and Lti NIt KL mpfefty g leads JOWTLLasFO- ft oitf f L j14 Some people have a notion that spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular LetL i us tell you how Good picking in every department i C F HigginsTelephone 232 The Richmond Climax i WEDNESDAY NOV 29 190i i Next Monday will be CoUnty Court day Store wood and kindling for saleI cheap at Hume Cooperage Co norl52m Dont forget the court day dinner to be given by the ladles of the Catho lic Church in tho Frasa building on December Court Day tf On account of the memorial ser vice next Sunday atternoon the Pres byterian Sunday School will meet at eleven oclock in the morning At the same tiire there will be Bible study aud preaching Frankfort will have a big poultry ebow December 19th to 22ml It will be one of the highest class exhibitions of ltakind ever held in the Soutb Charlie Miller of Kingston having the finest fowls in the State will be barred J A Ramsey reports about 400 cattle on the market Market brisk low prices nest price obtained was 3 CO for some 1000lb steers Bulkof sales of steers were made at 3to al cents heifers 2 to 2 J cents fat tows 2 to 2l cents NearlvaHsold There is some talk of State College being moved from Lexington to some other point in the State on the grounds that the institution is not sufficiently appreciated by Lexington citizens Such a move will have to be made through legislative enactment Dr W L Landman who has been in charge of his fathers practice since lie went to Europe last July will enter Christs Ho pita Cincinnati as house physician on December 10 His next trip to Richmond Wednesday Dec 6th at the Glyndon Hotel will therefore be his last until Dr Landman Srre turns from Europe in June 1906 Dr L H Landman is at present in Vienna following courses in the eye car nose and throat under Euro es greatest and best known experts in these specialties Lost Somewhere in Richmond a class pin with initials 31 I 05Voir lace BndI MN n on back Return to this office and reeoive reward Con Wanted We want eeveral thousand barrels of corn delivered at Silver Creek Ky no29 2m BOBNAM BENNETT Co Herndon tale The farm of Mr Henry Herndon on the Barnes Mill pike was sold bv Auc tioneer Chenault to Mr James Ben nett The tract comprises acres and brought SU5 per acre Oyster Supper The Christian Endeavor Society of the First Christian Church will give an Oyster Supper on Tuesday night De cember 12th in the Frasa store room ThaotegiTin Services A Union Thanksgiving service will be held tomorrow morning fat 1030 oclock in the Baptist Church Special music has been arranged for the occasion lilt This Oct and faste la Your Telephone Books These are names of new subscribers added since the last directory was gotten out Joe Randolph Saloon HO James Crtcher residency 416 To A sist In Recroltloj Office Meesra tveith Falconer and Charles 1 Ensmmgerof the 17thTJnited States Infantry of Fort McPherson Ga and Herbert J McRaincs of the 4th United States Infantry of Fort Thomas Ky have arrived to assist in the duties of the recruiting office at this place White rifmooth Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pullets at 100 each and cockerels atl5oeach These chickens are direct from Fishels stock who won seventeen premiums at ths St Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good hatch guaranteed MADISOK POULTRY FApM- Kingston Ky Good dry kindling and stove wood tor sale at Hume Cooperate Co 15n2tn If you have the water of life you will not need to water lifes stock Monster AdTertbement Our renders will notice at once the striking advertisement of Mr W Oldbam who will begin a Loot End Sale op next Saturday December 2nd rue many bargains that will be otTood during that silo are told in this ad Read it through Strayed or Stolen From Madison County Stock Yards Nov Gt 1005 one dark red cow 3 years oldspeck in right evo and W brand on left hip Clip off of one ear Nat anyinfotmationFUNK E SHIKFLER uovl54t Richmond Ky For Sue Houso and lotln Kirksville now occupied by Dr Snowtle as an ofllce Possession lit once Parties desiring other information will call on or address Dn JOHN A SXOXVDEN Agt MIss MILLIE L POND- KIrksvlJle Ky ThanksgUinj Services The following is the program fjr the Thanksgiving tervires to bo held tomorrow morning at 1030 oclock at the Baptist Church Prelude Doxology InvocationRev G W Shepherd Anthem I Will Give Thanks AshfordReading of Proclamation Rev Hugh McLclIan Hymnhfy Country Tis of Theo t Reading of Scripture Profetsor Geo Simmons PrayerRev J A Smith ShiepherdSmart t SermonRev E E Weaver SoioO Loving Spiiit HymnBenedictionRcvFN Hill t WACO Hon C L Searcy is in Louisville this week on business Miss May Christopher went to Win chester this week and while thero will be the guest of her aunt Mrs T L ToddA concrete pavement in front of the bank adds to the loks ol Main street Wedding bells are ringing and still will ring till after Christmas The old Dudley homo burned last week It belonged to Mr Walker Cov in ton No insurance Mr and Sirs Robert Caldwell of Missouri are the guests of Mrs Joe Embry Mrs Powell of Redhouse is withI her daughter Mrs Ben Wilson Mr Elmer Tate is at home from Lex- Ington to attend the wedding of his sister Miss Fannie to Mr Fur eF Mrs P L Cunningham and children are the guests of her mother Mrs PrkI TaylorMrs Laura Adkinson of Williams burg who has boon the guest ot Mrs M W Miller has g nu to Cincinnati Misses Alma Lackey Eliztbeth Searcy and Kate CoVington of Madison Institute spent Sunday at home Robert Thorpe and Eugene Miler haVe returned from Williaiusbnr and London where they spent ten xiaye Miss Lena Taylor and Mrs G W Taylor are at Lancaster this week the guests of Mrs Edner Kelly Mr John Thorpe is here from Louisville to see his little son John Jr who last Thursday was bitten by a hog and had his left arm broken in two places lie is better at this writing Milledgeville Ky Tan 1 1913Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have been a great sufferer from kid ney disease and was treated by mv home physicians with no benefit Your Texas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it Fared my life and I can cheerfully recommend it to ladies suffer jug with kidney ami bladder troubles Resnectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes rayel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rhenma tism and aU irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and womfin regulates bladder troubles in cbildren If not sold by y ur druggist will be cent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole manu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druzsisfs 3m aytf ===== A Few of the 10000 ===== McCall Patterns LJL 9012 Ladies Box Coat Price J5 cents Also a full line of Fall Dress Goods l lOcpecIai 9320 i L = Jacket 5 cents per Yard1 Price J5 cents 9276 Ladies Nine Gored Respectfully Submitted to the Skirt Price J5 cents Cash Trade Wfr ELDERW 1 Jl J JJ = L r i Visit Our a GREAT GET=CASH SALE 1i The mild weather has naturally delayed the sale of coldweather goods and hi prder J W force the selling we have made most remarkable price reductions in every department aThis merchandise bright clein and uptocUte our regular stock such as we sill to the 4 most particular trade in Central Kentucky a rare opportunity to buy tie best at the price f1tof the cheapest Sale Starts Friday December st Ends December 1 6tht r Saturday S7 cai t1ijsa1etol h Deep Cuts on Boys Knee Suits Great chance to clothe the boysluhighclass clothes at extremely low cost Fine Worsteds Cheviots Cassiraers and durable Corduroys priced reasonable at first now cut all to pieces for this bisale 700 I Suits now 475 500 v Suits now 300 and 395 295it250 195 Similar reductions on Stylish Overcoats Knee Pants Hats Caps She Underwear money saved on everything in boys wear Fine Wool Underwear iOOand15OfQr 945tS Broken lots only a few sizes in each lot fine all wool garments reduced from 100 and 150 to 59 cents 1 Warm Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers 35 cents sold everywhere for 50 cehts iBigReduction on all Underwear Silk Plush excepted r I VINGTONj 1Jt CedU a Club Notes A delightful meeting of the Cecilian Club was held with Miss Katherine the Walker on last Wednesday afternoon In point of attendance it was ono of tIn fullest meetings of this fall very few thmenaberswho was the charming IinstcEB was in likewise the emler of the Cicilian pro gram Q lite a Iondlleal of buainecs such as reports aid discuEsions from difFerent standing ccinmittees cane ful before tho cub and 10 little good nil di IimoredHowever this being disposed of MissR Walker began tho program with toima by Hubbell This was followed by a threeminute paper onPadereweVi by Mrs L P Evats Mica Walker then rendered two numbers by that and composer one of them being his famoi P s Minuet Mrs W S Oldhams paper on Joseph Hoffman was enjoyed to tht of fullest extent Among the other inu and thsictilPnccinni and Fantasia on PoKsh Airs by Chopin Mra Middeltou gave quite a channing criticism of De Pachuiann Adding much to the program Were the songs by Mrs W S Oldhm one of them The Yellow Daisy by McDowell and The Violet by Grieg Mrs II B Hanger also delighted her hearers by singing in her usual charming way Tostis Goodbve At the close of the program which had been so well arranged by the leader delicious ice and cakes were served Among the guests ent were MrsR U Morgan of Lexington and Mrs Kel logg of Cincinnati besides quite a number of home people Flue next meeting will be held with Mrs A B Burnam with Miss Laura Bright as Leader Mraycd from my pasture on Taylors Fork one pale red heifer nubby horns Reward for information leading to recoyory J X Tone- R P D No lj Richmond Ky nov29 2t- ValubIe alT Property That Cost EghtyUuee Hundred and Fifty Dollars Brings About Half That mount Rot Sold Pursuant to advertisement of the City Council by its special committee Mosses W L Arnold J W Bales and A D Miller there was an effort made list Saturday to sell publicly the city iiili property consisting of the City tltl the livery stable or work house and the vacant lot adjoining used HOW as a stray pen The entire property was bid Up to 5 300 when it was taken down without selling This property was purchaecd at different periods sorno years ago by the city fathers and cost the city exclusive of subsequent improvements and repairs the turn of 3350 as follows Mav 22 1885 tie city paid B B Million and S A Deatlierage S3 000 for the twostory brick city hall and ground 45 ft front ISO It deep Dcc- cBook32p17 March 2 1802 the city paid C T Fox and wife 5000 for the twostory brick stable situated 41 ft on Irvine street running back 150 ft toward Mali Deed Book 40 p 370 Dec 2 IS03 from Owen McKee aniS wife 350 for the vacant lot stray pen rnd adjoining all the above property and about CO feet square Deed Book 41 p 517 The terms were as follows Onehalf of the purchase prics do- f e and payable In six months from day sale the remainder in twelve months each lo bear six per cent interest a note with good security will be reo quired with a lien retained on d property for the purchase money ThisI property is among te roost desirable for business purposes to ba found in Richmond Utuatcdm klein tbtt hen rt of the business section of the city Failing to bring anything approxi mating what was last spring offered for I the ltveryproperty Ittt111J committee down and will tern It o e 14 the e dty wtiihnkklll qi t l Santa tlaos Headqaodters Although Christmas is a month oil Racket storo is presenting a rtost holidaylike appearance Already the shelves and lOU nters are groaning under their weight of Christmas goods and e managareMessrs Sultan Bratton firm us that they have opened only about hall of their goods However within the next few days their com plete stock of toys and everything nee and pretty fr Christmas will be on This is really santa Claus- headqiar1ersani all are invited to come see what is in store for theinat the aket store Impovmeats BeIng Made In order to enlarge the store rooms now occupied by Lackey Hamilton Thurman Mrs Elizabeth Irvine preparing to rnn these two buildings back and already the room in the rear this property has been torn away work on improving and remodeling e above willbe pushed to completion ChristmaSc0 Shopping While the Stock Fresh the Shopping At purchasesThey L E LANE showing in variety Cut Glass Sterling Silverware leather Goods Canes Umbrellas Crosses Rings Bracelets Fobs QBest Goods Lowest Prices iladies of the Catholic Church will give a court day dinner in the store room recently occupied by Frays Bros the first Monday in December tfL Miootio Near the L 5 N Depot Bob Gilbert colored and John Woods white became engaged in a ia difficulty on last Wednesday near the a L N depot which resulted in the former being suet in the back and seriously wounded Woods arrested and tried but was released on a 300 bond trouble arose over a trivial matter A Fleasaat Affair i The reception on last Friday night given by the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church to the new paaorlRex J Addison Smith and alrilliani and delightful affair The lecture room of the church ha l been transformed a bower of beauty through the skilled bands of Albert the florist Palms ferns and other plants were used in profusion anti when brilliantly lighted presented a most bewitching scene The ladles Of the church in attractive costumes acted as hosts and who came re ceived a glad hand of welcome Deli cious brick cream and many different kinds of cakes were served together with the most delicioaa hot coffee During the evening Mrs W SOIclhniu and Miss Laura Bright readercd solos Nor the occasion strictly a recep tins for led by the genIal pastor j yful games were iudBlged iinandIO clieer pe vaded the whole aaeembly Among the specially invited guests Were tKe pastors of tire different knci tlnrfr wiv UdthfCUltyafl4I1rderlS ot MadiIIon wBrotfKWSmIth wid family hive beet eolOUfDiD ntfcc i9lc- vJNiI1IIi Seriously Joined While playing with some children at Mr Mike Millers at Waco the little son of Mr John Thorpe was very seri onsly Injured by an infuriated sow who with her litter of pigs was flea the children She became enraged am made a dash at the children catching the little Thorpe bov who was thrown to the ground and almost eaten up by the mad animal Medical attertii n was snmmoned at once and the little fellows wounds were dressed aud he was at last reports resting as ccm fortably as possible A KZ Birjiia Sale Appearing in green ink is the at tractive advertisement of Mr E V Elder who is now about ready for his wIttier clearance sae He tells of many wonderful bargains in his large advertisemeet as it appears in todays issue Dont forget to read every line 4e is Then is time to do Xmas jusfe this is wide etc 4 fd S The was The into all was churches An Expert Engraver w 3Innd his ever increasing business MrB E Lane the Main street jewelerp has engaged this eprrices of Woodcock of Detroit Michigan who an expert engraver prepared to doll kinds of work of this kind Mr Lane is to be congratulated npon this valuable addition to his already thriv ing biibiness Christmas buyers in thetjewelry or silver line can feel sure getting the very prettiest and most sat- Isfactory engraving done Elk Memorial Senrlce According to their annual custom1l which IB incited a beautiful of Eik will hold their met li1anQnartette Lead Kindly Light by Dykes Miss Murray Mrs Perry l1Iand Mr Arnold RUlerlandUniverse Members of the Lodge Invocation Key J Addisoa Smith Soprano Sio My Redeemer My Lord Dudlv UecKMisa Murray Eulogy llii Emmett M Dickson I Tenor SoloR Thou Faithful Unto theEndby fe del bonnMrODo sell CtesitiK Exercises Officera of ti IMge Doxotoicy FraiM God from Wb A tIIi1IVH BeNtljoRey LAthluaonSmi- M Ii bos lIKhlJl Big Reductions on ISUITS OVERCOATS = Great collection to choose fromdoubIas many as allother RJchmondstores combined Easy to findwhat you want in St4t Overcoat or Raincoat Plenty of the famous Kenton brand un equaled forfit style and all round quality Priced right at first then these great slices cut off 1800 Cut to 1250 and 1500 1000 750 and 850 1500 1000 and 1250 800 500 and ti7a 1250 850 and 1000 VLot of broken sizes and old Suits reduced fromJOand 250 to 350 and 5 Good for work suits it Great Special in it ODD PANTS atizIn no other store in Madison county can you buy suchvalue under 2 Neat looking extra v arm and durable All pants included in this great Sale Worsteds Cassimers Corduroys and Jeansrnoney saved on all BIG SAVINGIN it Hats Caps Shoes Shirts Gloves Collars Ties Bath Robes Suspendersall go in the big Get Cash Sale for Cash Little Love Storiesfion A marriage license wa issued Mon isy afternoon iu John lunch auJ I1E Dora Ward b It of Madison couny of The weddinc tuk place at the brides we lioma oi Tlmrdiy Jessamine News vis Married at l4 residence in this city by Eld J W hireling Tuesday No had faivemberof this county and Miss MattH Wells with of Madison con ity Vinchester Dem q whocrattimeAccordingf Iiss Francis Tate and celMranthishome of the bIdea Mr and ahMrsarceremony vaIsCiofwomen wil be attired in a hapdsnme next twgowna bVquet of w de chrysanthemums twAterthiebaserved The htppy couple will then leave for the grooms home in New max Haven Conn f r a visit Upon their return they wb reside at the Glyndon Hot l Mis Iite is the second daugh tO- Iler of Mr juil drs Wilson Tate and is possessed win a remarkably sweet than disposition Hue is an a comphihed- amujiciau and is popular with a wide circc of frieiiiU Mr Foruesis a native and of Oonnetiffu Illt for some tiire past sp has been at w It jn Lock No 11 lIe th- Is a civil engineer and has made many frionda durina his stay here The Climax extent hearty congratulations The lJybeftj vi church was the seine of a pretty wedding last Thursday afternnon at thee oclock when Miss Bettie CornelUoi became the wife of Mr Thomas P K wards Thn ceremony was performed lit Rev C W Williams in the presence sf a large gathering If- f l3nls and relives of the contracting parties The t ciidants were Mr Lea lie Edwards Rill Iiss China Cornelisuu and Mr Wi h if Edwards and Miss Sudle Hall Immediately after the ceremony about forty guests repaired to the home of Vie brides parents Mr ami Mrs Kit Umelison where an ele gmt and elabtrt e live oclock dinner is served Fn it evening Mr and ira Park iKnitim entertained the rtlal party in a delightful manner oth bride ani groom are extremely with i Urge circle of friends 3 who wish I en much happiness in their new relatio is WELCOME Mr and MiN Z M ben of KInps oil are happy nvt r the arrival of a tine 10 lb son on last Thursday DEATH KKLION Mr Charles A Kelton died zit Friday niuht at Heidelhurg Ills naIus wer br ught to this city for interment IVwHsed was agent for the Louisville anti Atlantic aHeidelburg TODD Milton Todd who had gone to Glendon Springs CoTorndo some time ago for his Iiealti died November 19 at the Springs Tim body was brought back to Ken u ky and interred in the family lot in tIIO Richmond Cemetery Thursday Tim deceased leaves a wife and children whvhave many friends in Lexington His wife Mr Fann Todd will nuk her home in the future wtih her BBOII T MrsC S Keeves who resides on Valley avenue Lex ington Leader CtsmrnrrgaSI 19 f ilowi g telozram mmscatMbaday nlgu liatevilleTimePi tOlegramVrdvtlhere last night by George ca pn er from NoorseburK IeTmn naaoiil the thu LIt at that paee of hU iin Mrs KomaCiir ptjntw who w 15 there a MS time ag to vkMt Mr t1 ier It is ii li 4i155 wfivif you know I iilr IJ Ji bliuik itairitig jjVj Will T Tevis of Inalan Teirilorr Writes About Old Richmond MtSKoGKE I T Nov 2l19 5 EDITOR CLIMAX All the big events the day come to Muskogee Today had looker Washington Roosevelt ited us a few mouths since and de liVEred an address anti last week weI Richmond Pearson Hobson who rly captured the hearts of our people his fluent speech and fervid oio ionce I beard Booker last nigiit o spoke from a platform erected ouI street to several thousand peoples address was characterized by ex letit diction conservative thought d a forceful and impressive delivery Our iittk metropolis is still forging ead The ciy dailies of which there e three in number publish the ad nce information that a forthcoming ty Directory to be issued the first of mouth will show a population of- chtyiour thousand Just think i Double what it tins wLen 1 cameo years ago I am a egular subscriber of Ihe Cli and was pleased to note the splendid victory achieved by my good old Democratic friends in Madison and I especial interest in observing that Mayorelect Woods vote was greater that of any other candidate in the Richmond precinct which Is certainly very high testimonial to his worth fitness for tho honorable and re oiisibie position he sought as well ate friendly regard in which ho is held My time is quite occupied just now in superintending the erection ofu handsome sixrooui cottage with electric lights city water and all the accessories BANKS of an upto data domicile so come and Is see ree and let me entertain the Mayor elect and Editor of the Climax of old Richmond I cannot help thinking that your great Democratic triumph in Madison is e largely duo to my old friend Jerry Sill livan who is the best of Demo rats and the truest of men How I would like to see him in Congress today where he s deserves to gc aud where he would be alike an honor and an orimamentsiMy little family are all well and Inmight say contented and happy save for the onegreat sorrow that at all times more or less overshadows our hearts and oppresses our feelings I was grieved to hear the announce meht of Jim Burnams death Jim was a knightly soul and admired and to loved hIm I have scribbled this in a terrible hurry but I know you will excuse and il let it go- Your old friendpWT TEVIS i Increase in TiafficKTraflij on the Louisville and Nashville railroad between Livingston andy Corbin has grown to such an extent that the entire line between those points is being doubl tracked Pre liminary work is also under wayS for doubletracking from Middlesboro to Crfibin Railroad officials assert that industrial developments in the Ken tucky mountains now have never been equaled Both time Southern and L N are unable to furnish sufficient cars for hauling coal and many moines are curtailing their output as a result of an insufficient supply of cars Courier Journal 7I 7I1Fffi7I7I 7171 tTHANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION TOYOURIND DUALMEASUREMADE CLOTHES TAKE NOTICEThat inasmuch as one M day has been set aside upon which it behooves us to from business cares dress up eat turkey and give thanksand inasmuch as that day leaves just time enough for you tpobtain a smart 3 Suit or Overcoat to your individual measure by the fashionable New York custom 71 tailors W BSTERN SOMVEXCLUSIVE CUSTOM TAILORS NEW YORK F Wo now cordially invite you to inspect the 7 beautiful fashionplates of the seasons newest styles especially designed by the said B STERN 4 SON whom we represent here and to select tobin to Take Richmonds Fiace as the Largest CIty Southeastern Kentucky The following dispatch to last ThnrF days CourierJournal will show will t interest was taken in the great real tato sales recently hold at Corbin A local real estate firm cosed tDd y greatest auctionsalenf city properly ever held in Eastern Kentucky This ale lasted two days and on the list of property sold were many fine business tes A charered train Tuesday cared over 000 bidders to the scene of the first sale in South Corin At this sale there were fiftyone lotsand several cottages Eold 1340 Wednes days cain disposed of fortythree lots some of them in the business district and time sum rualized was about equal the first drys sale During the two days there was sold at private sale improved business property that realized over 9000 to business men from all arts of the State who will locate heron the spring A T Forsythe a well nown real estat iiutioneer of fri y condncvi the ale and i tendance w if investors trom K ule and JiLnmmisville Lxng ton Paris i tvile Stantord and NIcIiolasville Corbin now claims 5000 population It has grown nearly i000 in the past year and probablv will he time metropolis oi Eastern Kentucky within two IIyears We want your J urkeys Geese and all kinds of Poultry Highest market price I H NEFF novl5 lID Richmond Ky lli73 71 I VI 1 relax ments bringing I the fabric you prefer from our tremendous assortment of fine quality thibets Vg 75 worsteds cheviots tweeds and other suitable cloths which express the latest mand most exclusive effects in te tile art 71- r The smartest fashions are reflected in every stylefit is absolutely fault m less workmanshis is of highest character throughout prices are considerably Ih lower thanlthan those asied by other customtailors of equal reputation WP Let us take your measures and youll be thankfulV RICE and ARNOtlllTHE ONE PRICE ROUSE Zur7W r f FOURTH GREAT LOOM END 7 tt 41i P r Is iV jsjf I fc eif T i itt Morning tJ d t t C t nir and Closing Saturday Night December 1 6 What Are Loom Ends Everymill and factory in the manufacture of its products ac cumulate short lengths or loom ends too small to make into small bolts These are thrown aside untiLthe end of the weaving sea son when they are sorted out rolled into immense bundles and sold in case lots at so much a pound regardless of cost or qual ity of material The price always being much less than cost of raw material Y a careful system of buying- enterprisingmerchantsIi whose business warrant the purchase of merchandise in such large quantities may secure these loom ends of the best merchandise on earth at prices so low as to seem almost rediculous THIS FOR Big barrels fullof fine all silk Ribbons to pick over at less than half price Small sums of money has as inoieh to say here as larger sUps elsewhere We guarantee every dollars worth of goods to be just as represented Money refunded on ary article not satisfac tory that is purchased during this sal- eCarpets and Mattings at Loom End prices Honest values stitched with truthful words Iflf you look elsewhere its only time wasted OQr basement is filled chuck full with Toys and Holiday Goops Get our Loom End Sale price on TOYS One lot of elegant Smyrna Rugs size 30x60 about In the lot regular 98Cprice100 extra heavy Smyrna Rugs 30x60 148Salo + t I Wfe keep the J i Quality up and- hheprice T I- J i 1 i- I +++d Ir ITfro WIfTf t r 1 i 7Z C B Oclock fJ J at Loom End Prices Every mans boys youths and children suit has bea reduced in price Every Over coat ir the house every pair of pants and piece of clothing has been marked so low for this sale that it looks like giving them away Schloss Bros Suits and Overcoats as well as all others go at Loom End Prices 500 yds Fleeced Back Crepes worthC1210 per yard Loom End Sale 2000 yds good outing worth Go id a regular 312cPrice1500 yards of the best outing cloth made 2cLoom1800 yds fine Bleached Cotton full yard wide I 5CSic500 yds celebrated A C A Bed Ticking best 200 yds Simpsons 36 in wide Flowered Swiss Regular price 15c per yard 7 12cLoom End Sale Price 300 yds fine Mercerized Figured Sateen makes IOCLoomupholsteringRegular price 75c per yd Loom45cEnd Sale Price 66 In Bleached Damask All pure linen Regular price GOo per yd Lo m39CEnd Sale 49ceverywhere 12C20eNI In addition to the enormous quantities of Loom Ends of every conceivable kind purchased from the mills for this our Fourth Great Loom End Sale our buyers attend ed the great PreInbentory Sale of Dry Goods by the five big wholesale dry goods houses of St Louis This year for the first time all the houses selected the same dates for their sale and a grand total of 8000000 worth of seasonable goods was sold by them in one week There was keen competition among the five big storesevery house knew they had to meet competion We were advised to come early The way Theican you you see i choice selections our buyers were able to pickup in this great 8000000 Clear ance Sale We bought only Seasonable goods such as you want for immediate use We never heard of such a feast of bargains and you will agree with us if you attend our Great Bargain Feast We urge you to come early before the lines are broken and get first chance at Jf t t j 4 t tt t I Immence Cases of LoomEndstil it It Lhave been secured especially for this sale O e lot fine mercerized Sateen in all colors 3ct98clliiO yds half bleached all pure linen Table priesGOe lot Duck for dresses best quality in full b Its regular prico lOc yard712cI om End price 10C19c95piceCALICOES5 000 yds Wm Simpsons back and white and pray prints in lengths of 10 yds and under 34cprice0 OOa yards American India Blue prints in 4cIt9li00 yards American and Merimac Shirting 4crr jr 5 000 Merimac red and wine colored prints in ngths 10 yds and under reg 2 3 A price 6Jc Loom End price = rC 30 0 yds Silk Novelty prints in lengths 10 AIoApronGbgbamEd price Oe lot elegantJTrcnch Ginghamfull wide n w spring and fall styles forvalsls and 3LJ1C 3rcC re 95rz a ooTc tieeSs uptodatoalmost half into Is what you will find In oqr Cloak and Suit department One lot all wool new fall style Skirts regular 95thIs200 Tailormado Suits prices ranging from 10 95thisOne lot ladies fine Shirt Waists all wool Mohair and noveltyweaves all new styles 95saleNegllgeeShirtsprice front boo to1l0 each all new and great styles Loom End Sale39cprice choice J DecemberV stock and prepare for the test sale ever known in the cityC Richmond tj g Doors open promptly at 8 C Saturday morning and will close 3 9 every night at 8 oclock except + V Saturday during the sale T Miss j- f g ARTICLE DURING Clothing tDont EVERY GOODS Our buyers secured for us for this sale soy eral big cases of choice things In Dress Goods Novelties of all desciption Plain goods of alLkinds and colors The very best thipgs in favor for dresses skirts and tailormade suits youLoom HOSIERY1000 pair chIldrens black ribbed Hose trlpple 8cregular1000 pair ladies black Hose full regular knit good weight 15c Loom End Sale Qregular9cregular noIgauze QLodm500 pair extra hvy boys Hose The celebrated o15csIze15cvaluesGood Pearl Buttons 2 dozen for So Six papers of Pins for tic Genuine brass pins reg price lOc saleprice So a DbLABUSY CASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY iBl= cc Successful To make the most successful sale in the history of our business we have decided to reduce to loom end prices every piece of mer chandise in our store Nothing has escaped the keen edge of our coldsteel and the knife has gone to the hilt in every department Such an unheard of Feast of Bar gains has never been offered in Richmond Loom Endshas been byword in this com munity ever since we first inaug uarated these Great Loom End Sales The buying public will recognize this occasion as the Opportunity of the Season Tickets OR BILL OF SOLD SALE CASH ONLY 5cregular8io 2cy Dress Goods pucec 15cregular 1OCregular Bargain Red You have been lucky you have waited buy your fall and winter Shoes for your family You will save bundle duringthIsShoes UNDERWEAR andPantsprice 60c sale pnco 25kindLoom End prices mens and boys Hats- and Caps We can put Loom End prices our lawes Nat this during sale t The Store That Saves YOU Money t BEE lr C L I f a if to a C on on ++++++++ +K i i tlicannottdupIi 1 Gated outside of 1+ our Store 4 tltNNN +++4+++i1Nh 1TnT1