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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o THE RICHMOND CLIMAXI 01 1 rvOLUME 32 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER O 1905 NUMBER 31 y r j Now For Those Xmas PresentsA- ll the energies of our buyers have been directed for the past few weeks toward getting together the most acceptable lot of Articles for Christmas Presents ever shown by us Our sales floors are taking on the appearance of Fairyland Make your selections early while stocks are bright and fullandwhile there is plenty ot lime for the salesman to care for you properly Why not come today The Merchants Association wJI your round trip fare if your cash purchases amount to 25 or more 11i J ro I L Goods For XMA S tcan now be found at our storei We have just received the nicest line of all I f goods to be used in the house during the holiday Jt- w season tJ Fresh Raisins Figs Dates fand all the ingredients for black cakes Our 1Christmas line of 1ueenswareis one of the mot beautiful and complete to be found in Central Kentucky t also carry tho celebrated jVe Kanawha Salt the best that can be had foi preserving meat J- 1J Call and look over our stock before making a purchases J J in anything in our line fcf TO CovingtonBro Main Street c e o WHATis more suitable for the beautiful Christmas tide that FLO PEIlSChrist like in their purity A box of our blooms makes a most acceptable Christmas remembrance Our Greenhouses are filled with plants of all kinds Cut Flowers a specialty andfw It ALBERTi i The Florist Te1188 The 20th Century Laurel Heaterf- or Soft Coal or Slack Lignite or WoodIThe testimonyof These Heaters with soft coal equal a bascburner with hard coal dL WHY i Burns Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Sot jft Fittelwith Laurel Pouch Feed door and Poker door Has the 20th Century Laurel Fuelsaving Firepoc t Heats the Floor Clan RudslvingHandsome and Everlasting All soft coal objections overcome 1 If you are going to buy a heating stove it will be worth your while to examine these heaters and their special features The Firepat is guaranteed for Five Yers Okelford Co MY NAME IS THLjRMAJ I C iOn r Sausage Row st- I And BLLySi i 8MIMS i SEED TIMEdhas learned that some t I Jentsome crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about a mis take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted 5ie best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evi dence of loss of flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds a up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely faiL nId a samtte eIBe sure that this I picture in the form I of a label is on the I everytoU7e you buy SCOTTC BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK 4Kdruggists and rt COURT 25 YEARS MARRIED i John Punch and Miss Pilon Conclude to Terminate Long Wooing and Village Cant Understand Everybody in Waukorha Knows It now and the efforts at secrecy insti tuted by John Punih and Elizabeth Plllon to hide the fact that they hall been married after 25 years of betrothal nave beeu del i1hd ly Johns white horseThe venerable steed has done un broken service through a quarter or a centry carrying John winter and summer to the door of Miss Pilloi every Wednesday and Sunday eve ning There attached to the weather beaten hitching post he stood on the unchanged calling evenings until promptly at 930 ocock John would emerge enter his phaeton and drive awayThen the hard work of 25 years van Ished Residents of the suburb walk- Ing pest Miss Pillons house stopped and puzzled and the report spread rap idly that it was Sunday night and John Punchs white horse was not at the Plllon hitching post Then there were inquiries and the facts came out John and Elizabeth were married last Thursday having decided to wait no longer The happy couple slipped away on a honeymoon and John Punchs faithful white horse stands neglected in his stall falling to understand UPSET A 2000YEAR LEASE Jury in a Pennsylvania Court In terprets Law ina Peculiar Manner Media PaA jury gave a verdict to the executors of the late Joseph B Townsend of Philadelphia in an odd suit at law The action was brought to determine the ownership of 200 acres of land In Upper Chichester township Delaware county In 1894 Matthew Bcyd now deceased sought a loan of 13000 Townsend loaned the money on a mortgage un der the presumption that Boyd was the owner in fee simple of the land Boyd defaulted in interest and in 1897 pro ceedings were instituted to foreclose Pending these proceedings counsel for Boyd discovered at Harrisburg that a 2000year land lease had been recorded for the property in question The senior Boyd alleging to be indebted to his son Matthew in the sum of 2000 and to his wife In 1000 con fesse1 judgment to them They sued out the judgment previous to the sher iffs sale to satisfy the mortgage ot 13000 alnd Matthew Boyd the son bought in the leasehold of 2000 years This son then set up that the 1300 mortgage was not valid and since 1897 has refused to deliver possession of the property The present suit was for the purpose of ejecting him SONG HIS ELIXIR OF LIFE Veteran Vocalist Says Music Has Kept Him in Good Health for Many Years Hartford ConnFlfty years ago I started my career as a singer 1 am 69 years old I am healthy anti hearty 1 never feel old and am seldom ill I do not think anything can beat sing Ing for keeping a man in excellent health I advise every young man to follow my example This is the way William Westphal sums up the results of nU long devotion to music In recognition of his record as a vo calist the Hartford Saengerbund ot which he was a charter member and is now the only active charter member gavq an entertainment at German hall I am never happier than when singing he says I go to the re hearsals every week and only wish they came oftener I enjoy nothing so much as singing It strengthens and broadens the chest and puts the lungs In fine condition 1 dont believe 1 would be nearly as healthy or happy as I am It 1 had not always sung Why I do not know that I am old BIG PROGRAMME PLANNED Recommendation for thelyavy Made Public Three Battleships Are Wanted Washington The principal recom mendattons of the navy board are for three firstclass battleships of tons displacement and IS knots three scout cruisers of 5000 tons placement One gunboat of the Helena class and tour other Kunboai at hint u A MATTER OFHE LTI9 M e k l Ntr Jffi t itl bIiimfl POWDER Absolutely Pure ft4S 1If SlIlJSrlTfUTE A Cream of Tartar Powder teefrom alum orpflosy- 1JhatiC acid uraugnt TWO or tne latter are for use In the Philippines and two for service on the rivers of China There will be boat destroyersA1Whether the board of construction will approve the practicability of the proposed new battleships Is not cerLlain The board now figuring upon adding to a ship of 18000 tons trial displacement two 12inch guns in ex cess of the number carried by ships of 16000 tons trial displacement Many offlcrs favor a battleship capable of making 19 knots speed mdSecretary Bonaparte has disposed of He the annual estimates of the several bureaus Born with Only One Xldneyfa While doctors were performing an autopsy on the remains of and Donic of Cambria City Pa GeorgeI been fatally stabbed they tbat the man had been born with only as one kidney Cases of this kind are cut rare and In the hitory of surgery only some 225 cases of men born with but one kidney have been found It In no way inconveniences the persons the one kidney assumes the functions of two- MADE SANE BY SURGEON Patient First Begs to Be Killed on cut Operating Table If He Be mains Crazy An Arbor Mich William he has been restored from his seeminglyI hopeless lunacy to complete In a surgical operation at the hospital In a momentary UniversityI control after being placed sting table he begged the surgeon kill him with his lancet if it app wed he would always haze to be crazy TWJ years ago Dryers skull was crushed In a smelter furnace at Portland 0 being hit by a steel rail After an apparent recovery he became a a month ago In the thanhisan abscess in his brain This was successfully removed and a to silver plate two inches square fitted In the hole the surgeon had made in the skull Then the scalp was sewed in place and the patient is well on the way Lack to his former usefulness Dwyer Is 35 years cld and has a wife and two children ROLL TOO SMALL JILTED BridetoBe Investigates Fiances Al leged WealthDisappointed She 12Destonbank account was not nearly so large as he hid claimed Alice C Otis refused at the last moment to wed him and dismissed the guests who had gathered to witness the ceremony Later she Issued cards declaring that she had been deceived Miss Otis says that Edgar C Hill the brldegroomtobe told her he had large deposits in a bank So she asked him for his book to verify his claims This showed him to be the possessor of considerable ready wealth Still doubtful she went to the bank and ws told that Hill had no such amount on deposit Then she decided to have no more to do with him Hill says he has money tied up in a business venture and that he made the entries in the book to please MissOtis never thinking she would verify them HAS A NEW INDOOR TARGET Maine Official Invents Simple Device for Rifle Practice Within the Armory Portland MeMaj John J Dooley of Portland assistant inspector general of rifle practice has perfected a target for rDe practice In armories by organizations of the national guard Tho target is composed of two thicknesses of plank supported by a frame resting on a baq j which holds the target upright end allows of Its being moved to any part of the arm ory There is a small space between the front and rear sections of the tar get and while on the front section IsI placed the target itself there is on the rear section a steel plate both to pre II sectlonsjallOws The front section Is so arranged that the pieces against which the target will rest and which will of necessity become badly perforated after contin ued use can be removed by sliding them from the frame and new pieces substituted A LongHaired Boy Ono of the most unique figures Is Harry Sanford the tenyearold son of John Sanford of Rockland township near Franklin Pa His father has never permitted him to have his haircut and as a result it now meas tires 36 inches In length The lad is very sensitive about his hair every time he comes to Franklin he wears it tucked down under his coatI Like Sampson of old Harry Is very strong for a lad of his age He is quite an athlete and presents a unique figure playing with other boys as his long tresses break loose from fastenings and blow over his iO1their The boy is an accom musician and Is quite a vio Hnlst J KILLS MAN FOR uADtI GAINS FAME FORca NEWLYWBJtTTEN BOOK fall Man Public bAttention e low PerilSlays Aged New Zealand Chinaman London Edward Lionel Terry thought he was a man with a mission ought to make a name for himself could not bear the Idea of setmo Lung down in the real estate and mortte gage broker business with his old in London He was descended an Illegitimate son of was educated at Oxford and EtonIlr Lionel at 21 six feet tall with the proportions of a blacksmith enlisted a private in a line regiment withm his fathers knowledge He wasm afterward transferred to the Blues Magnetic and easy In address he wasIliked by both officers and men In defiance of the rules of the serv- Ice he at once covered the walls of his quarters In the Windsor barracks with caricatures of the officers The lain of the regiment was so tickledCI with a caricature of himself that he for out the plaster on which It ap peared framed it and mitigation of the culprits sentenceR IAfter two or three years soldiering was released through the efforts of father but could not remain longDD London Off be went to South At rica enlisted in the mounted police and served through the Matabele war tak love ing part In 15 engagements He was twice wounded and gained the friend heIwas 311 he could endure The wanderlust seized him again It was in rBritish Columbia that he became convinced that Chinese cheap labor was ruining the white wage earner and that it was his mission to check the r yellow peril From Canada he went Australia earning his bread by mining and farming Then he came to New Zealands shores Here he brought out his first book God Is Gold wherein he attempted to con vince New Zealanders that the Chi nese were undermining their prosper- Ity He was then 31 I am going to make a name for my self he wrote to his father but I ont want you to appear connected with me for It may harm you One day recently Terry while walk tngi4estreets of Wellington New cat upon Kum Young a tottering old Chinaman Life seemed a burden to the aged man Here was Lionels chance to become noted He would shoot down the doddering old man After his deed of blood Lionel coolly walked to police headquarters and surrendered A murder charge was placed against him Then he wrote to Gov riunket Sir Having spent several years in various portions of the British empire inquiring Into alien immigration and being convinced of the evil consequences arising therefrom I have decided to bring the matter before the public eye in a manner which will compel attention To make this decision perfectly plain I have this even lag put a naman to death Lionel Is now famous APPLE TEA IS THE LATEST Being Tried in England as a Remedy for Many IllsDiscovered by a German LondonSaid to be a cure for many ills of the body from gout to indiges tion apple tea Is quite the latest thing in beverages and has only just been introduced Into England- It is a substitute for tea coffee and cocoa and Is the discovery of Prof Ebbard an eminent German doctor Apple tea made in Germany from a particular sort of apple which will grow only In certain soil The peel which possesses such nourishing quail ties with about half an Inch of pulp attached is used The pips are also used and are slowly dried according to a certain process which effectually pre vents mildew or rot and when finished appear like bits of cork Apple tea Is made In the same way as ordinary tea and in flavor and color very much resembles good Chi nese hyson tea 250000 FOR WEDDING GIFT Detail of Marriage of Son of Rock Island Magnate Disclosed by a Checki New YorkFrequent mention has been made of Some of the presents gIven recently at the marriage of Na thaniel Mooro of Chicago and Miss Fargo in New York but there was one that has escaped notice That was a check for 250000 given to the young bridegroom by his father James nod bart Moore one of the Big Four In the Rock Island road and prominent as- a promoter of Industrial consolida tions This Is the second big check Sir Moore has given his son within a comparatively short time When the young man attained his majority last year his father made him a present of a check for 100000 What he has left of the first check added to the quarter of a million he received as a wed ding gift ought make a tidy sum on which Wmart llgtvt housekeeping 1f PLAN NATIONAL PARK SITE IS TO BE NEAR ATLANTA GEORGIA Movement Inaugurated to Set Apart Three Battlefields In Route of Shermans March to the eatScheme Well Supported Atlanta GaA movement Is on footi to incorporate the battlefields Atlanta where fell so many brave sol j djers of the confederacy and where expired so many gallant men of the union into a national military park A bill has been introduced in con gress asking for legislation and carry ing an appropriation of 250000 for the purchase of the property which in cludes the three battlefields around the city that of Peachtree Creek fought July 20 1864 that of Atlanta fought July 22 and that of Ezra Church fought July 28 It is proposed not only to make parks out of the old fields but to build boulevards connecting all the fields The improvements on the battlefields will be similar to those made on the fields of Manassas Shiloh Gettysburg VIcksburg and Chickamauga Since the battles are nd Atlanta were among the most important of the military operations during the war it would seem natural that these fields should be next in order for consideration The battle of Atlanta was fought what is now East Atlanta in De Kalb county With that battle the practically ended The cas in the battle on both sides were 104000 men killed captured and wounded The battle determined the of the city of Atlanta on Septem 2 1864 which later enabled Gen and Gen Grant to unite their forces after the fall of Fort Fisher These events led up to the surrender- of Gen Lee and settled the fate of the operations around Atlanta the fields worthy of being pre as a matter of historic interest It is the plan of those hfilnd the movement to have the three fields connected by a great driveway The will probably pass through End Lakeview Fort McPherson Grant Park East Atlanta In Park Ponce de Leon park Pied Park and thence to Peachtree finally ending at Ezra Church Tbe boulevard would run along the lines of military operations without deviation All along the boulevard would be points of military and histor- Ical Interest Both Mr Livingston and Senator are enthusiastic about the pro park and promise to work hard it at till next session of congress Members of the Grand Army of the In Georgia have lent their to the movement and are no less enthusiastic about the proposed than the confederate veterans Dont be afraid of cutting your I in two Give your friend a penknife carving set razor Or pair of suis ore They will be pleased and we will pleased to show you our complete of Xmas goods C E DOUGLAS Co I Seasonable Suits r Y OU need something more than light Summer Clothes these crisp mornings F s Better come in here and let us fit you out with a sea sonable fall suit and maybe a top coat too Were showing some beautiful things this yearall the new styles from Schloss Bros Co of Balti more the Quality Makers The drawing shows how our clothes look when actually worn Prices run from 12 to 25 with a big variety to choose from Come in and see how you like them We have everything else by way of smart furnishings too T- sc DESIGNED BY 5 a CO1t t VIne Clothes M lakersBALTIMORE NEW YORK Our Fourth Great Loom End Sale Closed Saturday December 16th and all the remants were about cleaned up but we have decided to let the prices that were established during the sale continue the same until January 1st on all Winter Goods Clothing Shoes Blankets Comforts e Carpets Cloaks Overcoats Underwear Flannels of all kinds and all heavy stuff they are all marked in plain figures with the Red Loom End Tickets So come andHget them Respectfullyt we- D Oldharn and Co tor ILi eT I X x x XI eIeI Ii 4wi iIJr t Im J JA1VIJA1A IrIi TO f 1 4HiT IItUItV- r m DUIIL II My Entire Stock of Goods Must be Sold by January 1stCJ1 REBARULESS 4j f I r Ml nnh1I ur J LiUOI i ii i i 1 111 i 1 I Ii irvnnn j m r lli 11 r 1 Iir l L fit r Tc r o v r j 1 jj Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring Shingles Laths ED BLANTON 5 CO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax rUBLISH EVERY WEDNESDAY B- TTho Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLEREdltor Manager Member Ky Pren Association and PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVJCKa Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct land City OfficeSS 5 00 For Connty Offices 10 oo For State and District Office 15 00 For CMIs per ine 10 Eor Card per IInem 10 For all In the of In dlvldn l or expression of Individ 10uaInvariably Ca h with order WEDNESDAY DEli 20 1905 TilE Christmas edition of the Wood 1ev toad Sun is gotten up in genuine hc May style and is quite shotvy and panewsyTOE recent burning of Moscow the ancient capital of Russia recalls the terrible fate of Napoleon and his army and their memorable retreat in 1812 HON Cuims F BORNAM State Senator from this district is mentionC as a probable candidate for the Republican Legislative caucus nomln lion for United States Senator t loLonisvilleTimesthe entire press in his perhaps fatal thaccidentghceived arAfollowing inscription has been placed thoverlitheCraddock August 28 I82 Decem paberCitizen Paris Ky editor and writer 55 Mexican War Veteran thBlessedapshallIT Is said that there are one thousand school houses in Kentucky wit h atoutteachers will net accept the low price offered for their services If there is anyclass of people on earth that should be paid good prices it is schoolteachers This state of affairs should make every true Kentuckian blush with shameBourbnn News CIIAS M MEACIIAM editor of the Kentuckian has been elected Mayor of Hopkinsville II E Wolfolk editor edofMayor of Danville Editor Clarence K Woods is Mayor of Richmond other newspaper men are doing time in the legislature and altogether the incorruptable are in danger of puttingon corruption Cynthiana Democrat EDITOR Louis Landram is ntw back woatInollicelight of the entire Kentucky Press Ast sociation In writing of Atlanta jn which city he remained for several months for medical treatmentjifccay8 There are many saTooiia uZ but they are governed oy stringent laws To secure a license one miut ongiprice All saloons are closed promptly at ten oclock at night and never open on Sunday If anyone is even seen in Joathe owner forfeits his license and h isM tebondprheavyand the drugstores dare not sell LLan There is little drunkenness and if a fellow gets on the outside of too large ai jag he is promptly locked upIsstated before no favorites are played and all violators of law ire punished There is of work for thandbrloafingOur readers who believe all large cities are alive with gambling dens will doubtless be surprised when we state that there is not a gambling an room in Atlanta The saloons have no back rooms and the hotels will not botolerateout of the city some time ago and beth police positively prohibit all gamesth chance Even the slot conspicuous by its absence and the fesr tire crap game among the negroes fs seldom heard of We do not print this statement to praise Atlanta so much as to show what can be accqm a pUshed when determine officials n reA goelectedthpoIntedcity TOE Christmas season of happiness w U and cheer is upon us Once again wek are about to celebrate the annivemtry of the birth of Christ andsing he glad song Pease on Earth Good Will to Men For children and old alike sh = of Hows Thisrc tlWethnotQWeFsa Mlievebusiness transactions anti financially al able to carry out any obligations milde he br tbWARDINGWholesale Drugfikis Toledo ChoHalls Catarrh Cure is taken teroally acting directly upon the bltod aad HJBCOH8 surfaces of the syXuea pr Peebott by MZke Halts Family Pi Mce iKofiJl t A ftpersBald Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cur- edHair Vigorheda- ndruffsavedt your hair nd added much to it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I lure med Ajert IIMrVleorforoTerM yean I an now year oldaiidh a heavy rrowth of rich brown hilr due I think en Urely to Avers Ilnlr Vlror- JIK8 M KEITH Bellerllle III 1100 a bottle J c ATEKCO Alldnircttti Mu forToII Good Hair this Holiday is a glorious one a tim- tof reunions and happy exchange gifts be they large or small How er our festival customs are survivals of superstions and traditions In everything that is connected with our Christmas time tradition plays a large rt The holy is sacred for as the old story has it it was the crown of Christ When the briers touched his brow they became pointed and the berries which were white before were made scarct by His blood The only night in the whole year at the aspen leaf rests is upon uas eve Tradition hath told us- a that the cross was made from the aspen tree but on Christmas eve the ban is lifted for this same tree furnished the wood for our Lords cradle For one hour on Christmas eve the st spirits rest Judas sleeps Herod ases to clank his chains The daughter of Herodias may pause in e dance in which she is supposed to spin forever and Pontius Pilates ost ceases its wanderings on the ount At midnight the animals speecde heard wherever a church has stood ough notrace of it be left If you yourfutureA superstition still prevails in many rts of England that on Christmas eve the oxen kneel in their stallr Tne legend of the Christmas tree is- is When Eve plucked the fatal ole immedtately the leaves became edle points and the bright green turned dark It changed its nature and became evergreen the whole year round thereby preaching the storyof mans fallnnd only on Christmas does it bloom with light and lov- egUtsthe curse is changed to a bless ing by the coming of the Christchild so we have our Christmas tree Wanted Good family horse Apply at this office tf Xmas Perfumes Some in fancy bottles Some in bulk sold by the ounce Some the old standbys known the world over PERil THOMAS A Good Xmes Gift 10 PALESTINE AND BACK WITH THE JilL CREN Rev F vo filumewritten from his tour through the cOlin where Jesus did His frrksincidentsbe written for the children but it is calculated to make a philosopher weep and rejoice However the style is simple and fascinating so that a chil1 2 37 comprehend it with deligH aVe examined one carefully al cheerfully recommend it to every one for a desirable Christmas gilt Order e now as the supply is limited The ToYHoberky Wedding TOYMOBEBLBV The wedding of Mr hn Hubbard Toy and Miss Rose May oberley was quietly celebrated yesMrday afternoon at one oclock in esence of only the immediate family the bride The ceremony simple d sweet was said by Rev J Addison Smith of the First Presbyterian church The Moberley home was elaborately and beautifully decorated wijh holly typical ot the Christmas season palms ferns and American beauties in great profusion The wedding informal ough it was was one of the prettiest ever celebrated in this city Both Ide and groom mingled with their ests until the approach of the min ister accompanied by the ring bearer Master Frank Mathews Cornelius and Master Curtis Corzelius who carried armful of American beauties at which time Mr Toy and his fair bride stationed themselves under a veritable wer of flowers where they received e words that made them one A notablA feature of the wedding was e ring service The ring was imbed ded in a tiny Japanese slipper which sted on a tray of Olivewood which was brought direct from Jerusalem by Rev Smith The bride who was at tir fedhuge boquet of American beauties fter receiving congratulations and od wishes Mr and Mrs Toy left on e afternoon train for Henderson Ky here they will spend a few days with Mr Toys brother and from there they ill go to Hturgis to visit his parents pon their return they will go to house 3eepingOak Street Mr Toy although having been a res- idEnt of Richmond for a comparatively portall He is connected with the Met politan Insurance Co and is a Ken einan of culture andrefinement meased with those affable manners watOf his fair bride too much cannot be id She id the youngest daughter et r and Mrs Curtis Field Moberley d is a general favorite Known from babyhood HP eho has always shown e same sweet sociable disposition e possessed with that eweet woman od that endears her to all and which will make the man pi her choice grow oudeiof her as tbe days and yeanfKO The Climax Joins In with lioats d frtetMk in wishing Mr and Mrs Thy the hppisi poMibl Members of Commercial Club T H PickelsRichmond Ky 1 share PL Willglng J share H L Perry 1 share C M Shearer 1 share W H Douglas 1 share C C Culton I share JHNeff 1 share Joe Giunchlgliani 1 share TB Collins a share FJYeagerlShareB Kelley 1 share LP Evans 1 share A B Paris 1 share JTevisCobbI 1 share Geo W Pickels k 1 share Ballard Luxon 1 share Edwin Brownco 1 share C B Hamilton 1 share Thos J Smith 1 share D W Tribble 1 share Saml Rice 1 share- R K Stone 1 share Joe Collins 1 share A D Miller 1 share- D C Wiggins 1 share J M Terrill 1 share Jeff Stone 1 share John C Chenault 1 share TCONeil iIshare P F Adams Jr 1 share HHColysr 1 share- R W Miller 1 share M K Denny 1 share J E Geenleaf 1 share JWCrooke 1 share HC Jasper 1 share Jno R Gibson 1 share RC Stockton 1 share T S Hagan 1 share- J V Arnold 1 hare ET Burnam 1 bhare B L Banks H share WLArnold Ishare Jas D Arbuckle 1 share C li DouglasI 1 share RWColjer 1 share CFBurnam Ishrei JS Elder 1 snare EMHugnely 1 share CESmoot1bbllreW A Thomas Ibhare Geo D Simmons 1 thore M Dunn 1 share P M Pope Ishare HMBlanton 1 share Edward E Weaver 1 share R E Turley 1 share WE Luxon 1 share Joe Thurmnu f 1 share T C Vaughn 1 share- L B Herringtoh 1 share HB Hanger 1 share J J GreenleatI j share E C Million 1 share TE Baldwin 1 share R 0 Lackey 1 share G G Prewitt t 1 share R A Woolums 1 share M C Heath 1 share JTFerriell 1 share P B Broaddus 1 share J A Sullivan 1 share Clarence H Vaught 1 share Allen Zaring l share G G Corcelius j share R E Roberts u 1 share WSOldham 1 share- J B Walker 1 share W A Langford 1 share W B Smith 1 share Coleman Neff 1 share R B TerrillS 1 share John A Mershon 1 share N B Turpin 1 share W Neale Bennett 1 share PERSONAL Mrs Nealo Bennett has returned from Mt Sterling Mr G W Pickels Jr of Spring- Seld Ill has been visiting his this cityaMiss Marguerite Dykes has returned om a visit to her sister Miss Minnie LexingtonhMrs Albert Severance of Stanford formerly Miss Florrie Heath of this city is serlmsly ilIfle Hunt Powell will come pilleto spen 5ihe holi Jne folks Mr and Mrs Henry P Rled will spend the holidays with Mr flied s mother in Mt Sterling Eu ene Miller Monda r a Cndterest of the Elliston Mill Company Miss Halite Hamilton will spend with her parents Mr and rs Sim Hamilton at Wisemantown Mr W W Pigg was called to Lexington last week by the serions illness of Mr Henry Pigg formerly of this city Mr and Mrs Sam Lorancq left yes terday for Knoxville Tenn to spend the holidays with relatives friends Mrs C C Smith and Miss Curra leen Smith will spend the holidays with Judge Benton and family in Winchester Miss Mary Scott who is a student at State College will spend Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs S E Scott Mrs J R Williams and little son of Falmouth will spend the holidays with Mrs R A Woolums and Miss Mabel Letton Mrs Jno Hooe Russel entertained at dinner Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Thos S Garland of Huntington W Va Mr C D Miller has accepted a position with Covington and Brother and will be glad to have his call on him there Mr and Mrs Coleman Adnms of Cleveland Ohio are expected this week to spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr and other relatives here Rev J W Prather of Richmond was here Tuesday on business John Turley of Richmond was here todayrepresentinK the Equitable Life Insurance Co Valley View Argent Mrs Thomas J Smith Jr has been entertaining the following house arty Mrs John Reid and Miss Bar rett of Lexington and Mrs L D WashingtonMrs Wm Gormley of Richmond i as here attending the funeral ser vIces of Mr Jetson McDanlel Miss Stella Thompson who has been here for several weeksexpents to return to her home in Richmond next week Mt Sterling AdvocatevMrs Elizabeth Crowe and Miss Ruth Crowe will spend Christmas with Dr and Mrs McFerrau Crowe in Versailles From there Mrs Crowe ndJtheaugber Mrs I C HindhMessrs A D Millar of the RIch MMd CUouuF E DIWOf the 0Sf 1 r R C H Covington 1 share Everett Wittr 1 share Martin 1 share ThosWJeevesS Ishare D Tovis 1 share thWEBlanton 81JH C Hazelwood I share John Allman jlshare- JC Taylor Ishare M F Enright u 1 share Chas S Powell 1 share David R Tevis 1 share W L Leeds 1 share H H Brock 1 share SH Thorpe 1 share N V Whiteo I share WJWagersIi 1 share LE Lane I 1 sharebCATaylor I CHPigg share C F Gott i share BJuett 1 share PSJessup 1 share M Stevenson 1sharecH C Rice 1 share E Berry l share Jas Me Bronston 1 sharetG W Evans 1 share J A Higgins share o ESoper 1 share R Lelcher Jr 1 share JA Todd 1 share Wm D Buckley 1 share I S Tndd 1 share T P Bratton 1 share Jo A Myers i 1 share II F Ranker 1 share G C English 1 share Geo W Shepherd 1 share VF Powers 1 share W F Marcum 1 share Thus Samuels 1 share Ben T DaughertyshareRJMcKeoS 1 share C C hookerI j share A J Suit share L it lilanton 1 share A J Tribble Jr 1 share L E Soper 1shareTK Hamilton 1 share J J Embry ls are Robert Golden 1 share JTFlora 1 share It E Million 1 share S P Ropp 1 share J W Hamilton 1 share N B James 1 share WT VaughnI 1 share W B Craven 1 share C C Wallace 1 share H McLellan 1 share D Oldoam 1 shareS Jno B Chenault 1 share T J Mob rley 1 share Jell Mitchell 1 share CEWoods Ishare David Dunn 1 share TH Collins 1 snare E M Veatch 1 share Robert It Burnrm 1 share John Nomad 1 share C F Hi gins 1 share H GSandlin I share J B Stouffer 1 share Geo H Myers 1 share Murray Sxith j share E B Smith 1 share It A Barlow 1 share G G Prewitt 1 shaie E E McCann 1 share M M Dickerson v 1 share Total members 168 Shelbyville Record aid D M Hutton of the Harrodsburg Herald three publisherstuckyspent Friday H Versailles They met as a committee of the 8th District Press Association in a bus ess conference choosing Versailles s a meeting place becaus of its central location Woodord Sun Messrs Rosrne and Charles Reeves ave gone to spend the Holidays with relatives in Tennessee Mr and Mrs Chas D Miller who or several months past have been en Paged Jn the poultry business near Kingston are moving this week to town They will reside at the Cof field residence on the Biir Hill pike opposite Colonel Capertons old home Professor Herbert B Smth profes soa of French in the State Normal nllege of Cape Girarde n Mo is expected Saturday to spei t the holidays with his parents Rev and Mrs J A Smith Professor Smith is the youngest Greek tutor th t has ever been in St Louis having taught Greek at the age of nineteen He is a e chargfo e will most likely have charge of the organ at the First Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning Dr Marshal Dennyof Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Mr and Mrs D D Geiger attended the marriage of Mr Irsklne Russell Garland of Huntington W Va and Miss Laura Clay Bonn it of Richmond which Will take plare today high noon Mr Garland 14 a nephew of Mr Geiger Hon J rry SuIt attendiogtoWednesday Mr Sullivtn is one of KentuckyandfriendsCentralltecord yightMuskogeeCreek Nation and was Pc guest of several Keotnckians who ore keeping c ititying at Muskogee aYe W A Arbuckle Dr D L Frye Dr Brown Oldham UeatberageThomas Impressedwithglowing terms of Muski see and its future The engagement is a ounced Miss Nancyn Jones Har i and Mr Bazil Lee Baker of thif city The ThursdayeveningMissouri at La Fenilh lall the home of Miss Harris utu and aunt Mr and Mrs George WI m Jones whom she has been vinitlii1 or several months Miss Harris is daughter of R A Harris ipf Mpdi i conntv but has recently made lur home in this city where she is much admired youngbusinesswide circle of friends with whom he is ery popular Lexington Leader There asa notable thering on hospitableOldhn the occasion bel gan elabo ate six oclock dinner gi n to their ld Kentucky friends jlm guest of onoras Mr Thomas J Curtis of RtcltlllodKy who bus eoa IitigIkwt Mtoaf Wi w fri ng n4ftr 0 mer neighbors for the fast week hospitalitydistinguishedwas appreciatto latenllurpresentGotlin S B Sloughter Tnomas PeytonWT4Democrat Will Go to BIrmingham Mr R L French who for some ti web past has been assistant postmaster has resigned his position and will leave soon for Birmingham A abama where he has accepted a position with the manyfriendssuccess in his new wcrk His place at the local postoflice will be filled by Mr PostmailterWaU DEATH Mrs James KeaMir died on December yearsI1Martha Azhlil She is survived by her husband and five cbilereu also one brother Mr Cy Azbiliand five sisters gNewtonMulling tier funeral was conducted the llth at the home by Rev Thomas placeInHACKETT Mr B C Hackett a well known citizen of the White Hall neighborhood died last Tuesday from the infirmities incident to old age DK ceased was 84 years old and was never married He leaves two nephews in this county Messrs Jake and T n Hackett ana three in Missouri His estate is valued at 125OCO Rev Geo W Shepherd conducted his funeral InterredInpWAucaThllrslayIto the many friends and acquaintances of the goodIdeath and was In town only a short RReone 01 his sons Mr Alex Walker be proAressivebusines in Garrard county fiftifive years ago and spent all his life here He was married to Miss Julia Ross of MadI eon who survives him He was a member of the BaptUt church and an active worker therein No citizen ofa Garrard over stood higher in the estimation v of our people nor did the county ever have a more honorable it right lawabiding man within her her dersHle loss will be keenly felt a danot only by hw family but by the gen era pablic Funeral services were eon dHcted MI the family liocse by RevC S Ellis the romaine being interred in he Luioi4r 5hW7CM ti Bword c n j Great Interest IN SENATOR WctREARYS TARIFF BILL A special from Washington to Sat u watrdaySince the President in his message r to Congress all but failed to mention the tariff question and there is a tendency upon the part of a majority of e influential Republicans in the two ouses to dodge the issue at this see 011 considerable interest centers In e tariff measures which have been offbred with a vew to bringing the tariff question before Congress and as certaining how the members stand The Lodge bH offered several days a andgoMcOreary of Kentucky which in the pinion of the Democrats is a much better measure than the one which preceded it in the Senate The Me Ureary bill la in full as follows Pe it enacted by the Senat and toStatesled That an act to provide revenues encouragetheapproved July 24 1897 he and the same is hereby amended so that on 8nishallll articles imported from foreign into the United States instead providedinf the present duties or taxes required o orSeef pbrceMCKEAKY DISCUSSES TMUFFWSenator McCreary said when asked for a statement as to the bill lie hadI o fferedntI am aware that all bills for raising sabuttakTheyone or two articles The bill I have offered to reduce all tariff schedules IsI in the right direction and is mainly with a view to testing the temper and sentiments of both Congress and ti lieon country on the question of doing something toward reducing the most burdensome tariff in the world shichhe has done so much to establish trusts and shIsytitanbut we can only hope to gradually reoI buRepublicans oftunity toIngfailure to act upon the Republican majority in Congress and show the bumbnggery of certain Republicans who are continually making assertions in favor of the reduction of the tariff duties and yet do nothing FOREIGN COUNTRIES RETALIATE There is another great and important reason A new and dangerous re sult of the high protective tariff SWVi of our country has lately appeared in retaliatory tariff laws enacted by vari otis nations of Europe notably German and France wnich nations ex cept Great Britain are the largest pur chasers of American products France passed her new tariff law in 1901 which provides for a maximum plherof the United States Germany hits notified the United States that her new tariff law will be in farce the first of next March It provides for a conven tional tariff law will be in force theTo first of next March It providps for aM conventional tariff applied to nations with which Germany has commercial or reciprocity relations and an auto nimous tariff to be applied to nations with which she has no commercial treaties or reciprocity relations I highest tariff rate will be imposed on the products of the United States un less something is done to remedy the th thireatetieltically close some of the heal markets of the worM for American products POSITION INDORSED BY MARy The position taken by Senator Mo Creary is indorsed by prominent Dem crats and as hat been said in these dls patches before some of the best In formed Republican members of the houses are of the opinion that tariff revision is acommercial necessity which this session of Congress cannot afford to overlook and which if it is overlooked by a Republican Congress sill e considered such an important atatam ter by the voters that a Democratic Congress will be sent to Washington next session to enacf letehtion wh Rernblicans have rtiUsed to enact Theatre Special On Friday night Dec 29th Louisville Atlantic R B Co run a special train from Richmond to Irvine after performance the DePew Bnrdette Stock Co presenting A Homespun Heart at Grand Opera House for the accommodation of persons from stations letween Richmond and Irvine leaving Richmond at 1130 m A Special rate of ONE FARE for the round trip will be on sale from all sta tions Moberly to Irvine for trains leaving Irvine at 1225 and 605 p mood for return only on above special For any further information see hand bills R A WooiJts Soliciting Agent byHow yButTry Luxon for the best coal corn oatn timothy end clover hay Phone 110 B H LTOON BIttArt Job Note- sDelayed The Art 1NovembFifteen or twenty of the members wtre resent and the 10hotographydevelopment The papers given were as follows Dagunrrntypes Mrs Middleton Development of Modern Photography Mrs Kellogg Sketch of Dagnerre Mrs Robert urnam Sketch of Burr McIntosh Miss Anne DeJarnotte compreheuivelyhandled h meagre information to be obtained Mrs Kellogg the leader for the afternoon added very much to the enter tainment and instruction of the club hj exhibiting numerous photographs by n amateur ajerytalent of no mean ability Mrs Mid dlflton also exhibited specimens of the old daguerreotypes arid ot evgeaerationpresent methods of photography bad been developed ifDecemberPortraIt Painting WM dmunsott 1XM aptOuIl l- rIiiiIL The Lemon ClUe From a correspondent to Home and Farm is taken the following which is termed the lemon cure consumption Put a dozen whole lemons in colder and boil until soft not too soft and squeeze until all the juice is extracted sweeten the juice enough to be palatable and drink Use as many as a dozen a day Should they cause pain or looseness of the bowels lessen the quantity anJ use five or six a day until better then begin and use a lI zen again By the title yon have used five or six dozen ypu will begin to gain strength and appetite Of course as you get better you need not use so many Follow these direction we know you will never regret It if there is any help for yon Only Keep it u faithfully We know of two cases where both the patients were given up by the physicians and were in the last stages of consumption yet both were cured by using lemons according directions we have stated One y in particular was bedridden andvery low had used everything that money could procure but all Liviii whtn to please a friend she was persuaded to use them in February and in April weighed 140 pounds She is a strong- manwo today and likley to live as long as any of us In Memoriam I PlMry Ky who died Dec 8th aged ten years hy the cruel hand of death should ja puhappys we are unable to understand But He who gave us this little rosebud w fit to call her back to a celestial me The Lord giveth and the Lord eth away blessed be His holy Gertie was a favorite at home at church and at school possessing a bright mind gentle affable and having a kind word and sweet smile for every e Punctual in her every duty both at home and at school had endered her to the hearts of everyone To know r was to love herOHer parents e has left behind have the deepest mpathy or the entire community To the dear ones left behind let me say that you can not bring her back t you can go to her May you so live that when the angel death shall summon you to that avenly Court you will be prepared enter in at the strait gate where ur darling little girl will be the first to greet And youSThou art free from sin and care Gono to live with little Angels In that Heaven eo bright aria fair H 1 VA COtMr John Bumstalk Jr of Valley ewis herePMiss Florence Lykins is now saleslady at C L Searcys store and has charge of the nice things that old Santa Claus has left for the good boys and girls Miss May Christopher is back from Ford where she spent several days Miss Stella Bowmans school at this ace will close Friday Mrs Joe Wagers who has been at the Gibson Infirmary for some time has returned home much inproved Miss Bessie Gee of Fonl and Robert dd of Winchester are the guests of iss Lizzie Lee Christopher Mr Eugene Miller spent Thursday in Lexington Mrs George Ogden of Ford is the guest of her mother Mrs W D Bonny heMr Grover Grinstead is here the gu est of his brother Alaric Grinstead Mr C M Embry is on the sick list lsweekMr B Thorpe of Richmond and Miss Margaret Baldwin ot Brookstown spent Sunday with Miss Lucy Thorpe Mr and Mrs George Weber and son Charles have gone to Florida to spend the winter Lexingtonopr Miss Kittle Hsles school at Uybee town closed Friday with a grand enter ta iiimentsRev B O Beck and wfe of Oynthi a are the guests of Mr and Mrs Monroe Lackey 1Mss Lucy Mahanof London Ky who has been conducting the protracted meeting at Bybeetown Metho dist Church closed Sunday MargaItheir uncles Messrs Allen and Joe Deatherage have returned home ICorrectUse It MONTHLY MAGALiNE DEVOTED TO TilE USE OrENdUSH JOSEFHWt TURCL BAKER EDITOR PARTIAL CONTEXTS FOR TillS MONTH Coursejn English fur the Beginner Course jn English ror the Advanced Pupil VocabularyThe Should and Would How to Use Them Pronunciations entury Dictionary Correct English in the Home Correct English in the School What to say and What Not to Say Course in Lei ter Writing and Punc ation Alphebetic list of Abbreviations Business English for the Business Man WriteIStudies in English Literature Agents wanted St 00 a year Send cents for sample copy COHRBCT ENGLISH Evanston I- llPUBLICSALE thEome theLTnurdyDc 28 j 5Q5 placentains firstclassandeveryresidence sellthJel1D8mAdeHow fyol sale- de HRTEYIS Riobist4 y a SS D m J i Jil1L JliJ DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS C Trenton XyJan 24 1J02Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir ease find enclosed SIOO for one bottle your Texas Wonder I usedone bottle for kidney and bladder trouble I wa ft this bottle for my wife It a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world I was passing re blood and one bottle cured me und and well You can use mv testimonial and photograph if you wish Yours truly 11 A WILLIAMS Real Estate Agent A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won erHalIs Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes i rayel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rhenma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist ill be sent by mail on receipt of ne small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a- recu Dr Ernest W Hall sole manufacturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drugeists 3m aytf WINDOW GLASS At this time of year is something you must have Our stock is the largest in town our prices are the lowest ee us before buying Wit ging 209 W Main St In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism o another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels with Dr Kings New Life ills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at R C Stocktons drugstore guar anteed THEONC- XMAS PRESENT1 ACCEPTABLE TO ALL OR FANCY wA- BOX R4SKET OF l44ssCANDIES At JOES Sole Agent Santa Claus headquarters Some thing nice and appropriate for every member nt the family dec33t C E DOUGLAS Co Erbrille Property For iilr Dr John A Snowden as agent for Miss Nettie L Pout will sell at public auction on Saturday December 23 1005 at 2 oclock p m the house and lot now being occupied as an office This is nice property conveniently and can be used as an office storeroom or small dwelling- Dr John ASnowden Agent 2t Paint Lick Ky Consign your cattle sheep and hoes to Rabenstein Harris Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receive highest market price oct4 4m W S NORRIS Stove wood and kit dling for sale cheap at H nine Cooperage Co nmI2f 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 ail former efforts in quantity and quality From the large stock on displayany one can find just 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 DIAMONDS WATCHESCUT 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 ents for yonr friends and rela tives My priees are lowest my goods the best that money can buy F J YEAfiER Second Street- RICHMOND KY Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehms We carry fifteen famous makes including Mason Ilamlin Hazelton Haines Bros Kingsbury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano in the home generates a refining 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 purse finds satisfaction here Q et 0- Cto 1Sc146158 West Main Street Lexington Kentucky Xmas at Cut Rate Grocery Large eweet orange s 28c per dzsn best Patent flour 72c per sack meal Jbu 35c Eggs 27Mc per di zen Visit our store and our polite clerks will gladly give you prices that will save you 20 cents on the oBar- Respecttully D C WIGGINS Mgr Second street i Phone 586 Anything in Rochester ware wears well For sale by C E Douglas Co dec33t rot Xnt Good two story brick residence Large lot Possession gyen Jan 1 1906 J T BARRETT WI r i e Early Showi- ngXmas Presents thefieldmost critical eye will have to admit that few desirable things are missing from our vast assortment We have gone into the marts of the world to pro theinostdiversifiedwhere There are things from every country and clime Dainty things from Japan Art work from the andNewfind such a complete line anywhere else Bear In mind seelog Perry and ThomasI ilIIIJui J n This is the Store for you to save on I Xmas Shopping Not the largest stocks In the world but the best selected and every article thoroughly dependable Christmas you know is carefullyHandsome GiftYou know what we save you when It comes to the cost We Are Agents For The Ladies Home Journal Patterns We are always leaking for somethisg better always working to whyweWhile Gibson I kIIflh1 1Iii iiJ t fdPPI 1rc R iTT I SALE 200 1 Blue Grass Farms and Valuable Town Property TnB RicnmoDn Real Estate Ag ncr RICHMOND KY or Rue Curry Harrodsburg Ky Nq700A fine dairy farm of sores jut ont side city limits nftn Richmond Kc New eightmom onhlA frame with Dhpmefltstock barn new G4vlOO portion aratrange especially for dairy nrHteied and fenced all in grass a line location Price and terms reas enable laNoflnd two and onMi If miles from Richmond on one of the he t tlifl county dwelling of five oomll1fo large stock barn spendidly pood neighborhond nri1 h certainly ebesp at the price 7650 ppr acre No 702120 arMS of firstolass pn land two mles from Richmond all in grass Iq verv productive ant adopted to tie growth of any cPTPAJS common to this cm1ntv Wellb tPMt and fenced The improve mnts consist of a bandsom frame residence of ten room1 19 pl ndid repair all nA SlIIrVouthuildings a rgp stock han almost new This is fine pnc well Imo ovpd and wjiiippfid and just the right distance from townnreNothre fourth mile from town The land has been in bine rass for years u snd is adopted to th growth of hemp tobacco corn or wheat has good fencing and an abundance nf stnck water A seven room new cot tsge house with bath rood cellar all other recesaaT outbuilding frThsMire to please ou No 7O4lOS acres lind all in Hue i1CII fine sod onehalf mIte from h Richmond ml1residec of four ro ms good tocc barn is well wa tered and fenced and will be soldnt worth the mnnvTiNo 7fl145icres two and one half miles ont on one of the most popular pikes leading into Richmondg Rnsidence is a tenroom fre modern in construction and h j all need ed convenience All smaller out lHi5 ings and two good stock birns one tenant house Fencing Is in per feet renair good garden and plenty o of fnir and hade This Is considS ered one of the prettiest homes n aleeuintyqkeddNo 706 200 ncn8 about one and nmhnlf miles west of Richmond on a pood pike nll5n blue grass except garden god orchard residence of six rooms and All necess rv onthitild n roIStTSsoil and most oil will produce or tobacco ThIs is a rare opportunia tv to got a fine firm as seldom offered for sal Terms easyi No 707113 acres tobscco land one mile from Paint Lick Ky one thru in grass bilance crp two ten ant houseS three barns under good fence never falling water price 60 per acre Terms easy and possession to suit pl1r her No 708 257 nor s land on pike ten mle fom Richmond Jood ten were tohco barn st ck barns two m resiliences cn be divided into two 2 fnms giving residence with each Th fiirm is mo tlv in gras wp- llfnlOn h line watered price ffift d tin lRnd1at If ijnt4l fPVl v Srrqp 9 t II lSt hiei IrU cTOW tn or whiJlt finea hem fn ihl rhood Mid wood RI1I1 l of TC5keVll 1rchn fl th village PWe e n joinitir can he soul with nd 7 MftjienVohpnl inehnK rA oUv limits all iri prnss Itietfll by ponds Rnlt hroolsr ocn r good aixronm 1 d cistern orrhrd rlwelllnI taiile Horythinrln Usn atd cheap at 100 per acrea rerms easy bNotrom Riei gnt e i fll1 tO k 1 iN ri st1lOGI ob 11 l 1l gru l nplkR 1JIfrnmll neb d The farm is earlv all in 1 aH Iwell qppInt tNsnn Hxoinnt frame houeI r m OH lirn s ad I II rlfi p1 nl 0 fw rfi at rlss This farm and will pay well onis n fine producer your investment Easy payments 613151 acres spendid land 7 miles north of Richmond in one of of Madron oWn LItyresidence of rooms pair two barns solend i vmrg or chard well watered and fenced A 0tice90 per acre 714100 acres unimproved land all- In grass 8 milus from town This farm is very fertile ami a money maker Price reasonable and will be sold on long tim- eTown Property No lloo Two and onehalf acres with elegant briik residence of ten rooms snd cellar go d com modious stable poultry house another outbuildings garden and somo fruit located on oe of bet residence streets in Richmond price f45oo Terms liberal No lvlol Nice twustorysixroom residence on a good street near center of the city lot 45x2 o feet good table and garden residence is in firstcliiOiv condition and is t very 0desirableNo Ilo2 Twostory brick resi deuce of ten rooms on West Main street kitchen halls bath room and basement front and side porches Inmetalof ts enfreti outbuildings Will on easy In- vltd farm Inspectionor trad for few to get this dodIN ckc4ent on mtt H Wlfa was otI room cottmge and 4 acres near Towniiropertjr nUlnllavI1je pike n mllf from town PrlfflovV i 1Thintth Irf rpetsJ InTcatfon nil of nIAle fC mon IlpnedWllh hlh cenr sn4zull vas hurniillot front wUh lwlling ing w N 45 a rrrt on food ntk S mllft of tultlvntl theI twIl010I flnjuivl1le t1ke ltoll nt Ian fl ImnrnTeiiients larreWill exchange for town property th nI181m1lanarro4bnrguggy house crib and dtar tuNomod nlke 10 room housebarnwell fenced and1ewatered toItiNoaebArnVo 1925aeresgon4 lund on ntke fre 11tnrectburns UO per 5re hanibuildings on good Dike f milts from townbc mileutVo 7 7 Vicrevon javtHrer near rIkee qubundance lxNaviomnl1Itdivisions of and 79 acres house to each lhNonrunimnmvpdbnt n new dwHllnr unut tlothraNagresreersmudwllIuwshqrg n wenwatN 2IS 91 r of hmn end tnbA cco Hie shoodreutVo 23 7a qeres o first class land no 1IWutbuildingNO 5T 120 qcg In Vii hlnelon county room dw lllnir lId hrn an1 onthniMIng svstereIlNo stwelllneVo2T2 lVi acre effimt claw Suit rirrr land lav well will bring horn or tobacco 8 fair CImentsthNoofanyilleom dwelling barn etc Price tt7JO Vo 2W SrtBcre on Salt rivers miles out prodncMve community 6 room dwelling barn Slper acrelepikeImpr ca- No 275 550 acres 5 miles from town im of prnvomentsI roolUdwplllngNo 277 M unimproved land well fenced5 ImponmpntJSiI the duildings w Nn 8t rMof flrt cia land threeblilea from r in fle Lsnui In fine hbirne olanCunmeqtuck hAm and t w large toh cco birns brlcte1lnlr thnmuau dultr blirk mlth shop Vo Ml Sifterfileon ol1te 4 mil othnIntlTe well fenced end wu ered 6 room welling I tenant once barn outbuildingsS No W2 87 acres small two room dwelling 30 per acre Vo MS tIA acre of hem land 9 miles of Tixncnter on Rfsnod pIIre modern 8 room welling bim and outbuildings Price low No 2M 201 acre 2 miles or jincanter fn D sloryI1wfll1nlrojo37 22 acres in Hajrodsbnrg with 11 rjipm dwelling 4nns re or botom and Mmbr INn Much of this Nnd Is bottom land und well inisnye1wlib3 dwellings barn ItnI ouUmilklngs iVo Wl il cre good tobacco lnd IiitItO state of ciiltlvaton ood fnclna rcll watered tw aoyv in room dwelling two arns and outbuildings Price 7ZSO area wllo 1 Jtn cottage And In Town limits Price h Ihsrti 3lt ae of firt clland Iiont on good nlkeflne location five room dwelling barn etc well fenced and watered hNRichmond Real Estate Agency ICinipxbldg Richmond Ky 1orID tjI1t iu ami Dif I unit STJ451HX 00 tkliouler- ltatilitv 5 150 00 Hank Bldg SL O eoo oo- i ash antI Exc 65COOOO Total Resources 580000 00 Your business Is desired and we disposed to grant you every consIst- ent favor Stat T Bankrust Richmond Ky 5 rB11K5 SILCIKCIKMATI Boots Shoes R1bbf I Two th1iyoUn8tdObOfoIre Xmas fxwk in the two windows of 0 F oairiiw kftv decI33t Gfovd dry jiu1iIngHfl4etove wood lor cH1m C ria091 1tt1ltn 7 1 NAVY IN BAD SHAPE CCtJJ p NOT WIN BATTLES SAYS ADMIRAL RAErEngine rineChief Declares That Ex perienced Machinists Are Lack ing in Makeup of Uncle Sams Meno War Washington D CWere the coun try suddenly plunged In war the navy would find Itself in no condition to win battles says Rear Admiral Charles W Rae ensfineerlnchlef of tbe United States navy In his annual report He calls attention to the critical condition of engineering in the navy and points to the explo Son of the gunboat Bennington In San Diego harbor which he says most forcibly emphasizes the neceslty of terious and Immediate attention Speaking of the operations of the personnel bill which merged the corps of engineers into the line of th navy ho says a whole corps of sp clillsts virtually abollsned and their duties transferred to the line Owing to the absence of specific in the personnel bI com ned with powerful adverse InHucnces thin the department he continues or three years absolutely nothing as done by the younger line officers acquiring engineering experienced later owing to the large number ships kept in commission and the arclty of officers Jill liite in that accomplished So few officers of the line are tak up engineering seriously that the situation is becoming alarming says cngineerinchlef and he adds As necessary as gfiod inarksmn ship Is the ability fo carry otr guns the firing line and to keep them ere amidst the havoc creatd by odern ordnance anl this will never done with amateurs in charge of e machinery That lne ofll rs can come good engineers ha3 already proved but they must have experience become so and tHat eyperlence ust be acquired in subordinate ps ons No young officer out of the ademy but a short time who woud t be given charge of the deck except under the supervision of a senior cf ficer should he placed in charge of the engineering department of a sh p ass been done Engineering logl a ly longs to the line ind the line should made to perform that duty earn estly Admiral Rae submits a plan for Ickly supplying thj navy with a dy of efficient engineers which pro des that all the younger officers ust be given engineering duty a d made to realize their responsibl ity c duty to be performed first In a Subordinate capacity and exam na oflS to be strict with engineering nking with seamaiunlp gunney and navigation Further the plan provides for a number of engineering specialists in line whose dutjr at sea and rn ore shall be engineering such oSl cers nt to perform sea duty after aching the grade of commander r FERRIS WHEEL A PROBLEM reckers May Have to Use Dyna mite to Remove the St Louis Worlds Fair Structure St Louis Solitary and alone almost ately in its grandeur the famous old Ferris wheel stands intact on the worlds grounds It Is the bugaboo of the hiutgo Wrecking company which has e contract lor removing the buildings the Louisiana Purchase Exposition company and it is liable to be the last relic of the fair Officials of the wrecking company said they probably would ave the wheel until the very last thing The wheel is intact except that the rs have been removed The problem removing the wheel has puzzled the wrecking company long and sorely and even now the method of its demolition has not been fully decided upon At one time the company advertised to give Ferris wheel to anyone who would take It down and remove it but up to date there have been no volunteers It as then suggested that the wheel be own up with dynamite This method as not been rejected and may be adopt d as a last resort Fragments of the d structure would be blown all over Forest park if dynamite were used and the wrecking company considers this so dangerous that It wants to get every thg else out of the way DISEASE IS NOT AN EVIL ir Frederick Treves Corrects a Common Erroneous Notion Aims to Save Life London Sir Frederick Treves M says the common conception of dls ease as something evlr In origin and effect is a vulgar error The processes of disease he Gays aim not at destruction of life but saving it and its manifestations are he outcome of a natural effort toward uire Disease is not one of the ills hat flesh is heir to but one of the good gifts Its origin is benevolent and protective and were It not for disease the popular sense the human race would soon be extIncL Lord Roseberry said he entered Into tho spirit of the address sp much that o hoped so to train himself as not tony in a tone of distress I caught a- wrrie cold the other night but I lory to find that I have symptoms tnat I am repelling nerms that entered n7 bodyJHis a Misnomer Sing Thick a New York Chinaman in trouble because he is alleged to have used his knife too freely You cant judge a Chinaman by his name BAD LUCre M AEKS LIFE ONCE RICH MINNEAPOLIS MAN IS NOW A VAO toIAccused of Mothers Mur der at One Time Minneapolis MinnL D KU nx time accused of being the author o lone startling tragedy in tide city has to Minneapolis after a long absence anrf was arraigned in police court on a charge or vagrancy toIragllsince the burning of his mother and sister in the terrible tire In Nlcolett avenue ten years ago At that time he was a prominent fig are in Minneapolis Although consid ered by most persons slightly demerit ed he always had phenomenal luck on the stock markt and often his daily wtnnini wtzt up iato the thousnnds His money went as easily as it came and ilaand his fine clothes and Jew els were conspicuous on the street But the once prosperous speculator made a sorry figure The had JnrH In this case was the fatal fire anti the charge of murder later brought against him by the po t lire The tragedy which ruined his life occurred early on the morning of June 1S15 while his mothor and sister were In their apartments alone A fire suddenly brcke out In the building anti the mother and daughter were cremated The mother was locked ItcryThe young man was not at that night and did not appear until late in the afternoon following IhpI murlcr Suspicion was directed against him and he was arrested The following day however the rar onerf jury learned that Mrs Ellis hatIbeen gradually losing her mind andI that the had threatened to commit cide In this way The young man wasI freed from all blame was released by the police and disappeared PYTHON ATTACKS MAN Snake in Cincinnati Zoological OarI den Envelops Keeper in Its Folds Rescued Almost Dud Cincinnati O Rudolph Fluepal an imal keeper In the Cincinnati 1oologlI cal gardens was crushed nearly to death in the folds of a huge python quartered In the snalto cage l luegal had gone into the cage to sweep It out j but neglected lo take the usual precau tlon of throwing a blanket over the reptile which is one of the largest in he was at work the Immense snake attacked him from tho rear sinking its fangs In his back The keep ers heaVy coat protected him from se rious lacerations but he was terror stricken as he felt the roIs of the long python envelop his body and slowly begin to tighten lie struggled In vain but his cries of alarm brought aid Keeper Edward oyne and three as sisants rushed to the cage and while the former hunt the reptile over the head the assistants exerted all their strength to unwrap its colic from about the unfortunate keeper but they did not succeed until it had been beaten into insensibility Fluesal was unconscious when rescued and it was an hour before physicians resuscitated him He Is urns trated by the nervous shock due to fright DEVASTATED BY GOATS Lanai in Hawaiian Group Overrun Natives All Dead Except Two Both C tenuians HonoluluThe Island of Lanai the smallest inhabited island of the Ha waiian group is being laid waste by the ravages of wild goats and the blowing away of its vegetation and soil by high winds Gov Carter has just returned from a trip to the Island In the United States tug Iroquois aod expresses the opinion that If steps are not taken to prevent the continued de struction of vegetation the island soon will become entirely barren About 25 years ago a colony of about 400 HawaIIans settled on the Island The governor found only two of the colony left each of whom Is more than 100 years old They are the only residents of the island aside from Charles Gay who leases it ami his employes Except for assistance the two old tives would have died from starvation The mountains and valleys of the Island are overrun with wild goats which are descended from goats kept by the former residents Gay also has herds of sheep and etltle although be has lost several thousand during toe last year owing to drought The gov ernor will call the attention of the board of forestry and the legislature to the state of affairs existing at Lanai Germanys Debt Growing It is semlofflclally declared that the finances of the German empire are not ina satisfactory condition The Im perial debt which in 1877 was 18 000000 now amounts to 875000000 and this will be supplemented lij the coming army pension bill the Increase In the estimates for army and navy supply etc by about Jt2000000 The new revenues must be cov red by an adddtlonal taxation and customs duties Judge Lynch in Russia Lynch law Is never excusable but that case at Llbau Russia where a miscreant who tried to start o Jew ball Ing norm was quickly seized and si rung up comes mighty near being commendable TO REMOVE STATUE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL IS KAPIDLY DECAYING Congressional Session Will Doubtless Provide forTaking It to Place Where Nations Relics Are Stowed Washington Tho famous Green ugh statue of Ceorgtt VVa liliiKlon In which the fattier of ills country is do ptcled in extreme CIKHIC yIp and j which stands un the tttplaiiaiie east of thn capitol is yiKlitirf no lapidly to lie rauges of the weather that con KICKS HI the uiinuiK wsstori will bo nskil in authorize its removal The j htjnii figure is uf Italian marble whtrh is liieapahltt ol withstanding the ariuliit cHmale of Washington with HH i ezliiK winters and exceedingly iL summers and earn year a part oft wimbles away The latest damage f ins heen tin un to the rlRhl aye or heIfUKUrp A large piece near lhi nose dropped out This gives tile otherwise diRMilinl and porlous fare a curious six f prexsiou lu addition to this the base has split and plerea have rhlpped out of inn lialdrii which supports IheI Hwncd Ftr since the statue was brought romiialy 65 years n go fin tioaril a1 11hllllorrised y nmnoisseiirs The statin1 was provided for by a resululion inlrodncrd In the house February IS and was exernled in Florence by Horace IIInlc111lol lire ctiy over ihi spot intended for Washingtons tomli mill fur vears did obstruct the center of tin rotunda nn iler the great dome bin sttaturs and representatives fouhl not sin the rritlism the figure attracted in his HKilfc n anti it wan linally moved out of loors despite lie fuel Itar it was well understood 1111 exposure to rain and frost would ruin il Several years ago rongreSR made an effort in protect the statue from further deterioration by providing a wooden structure to be plaoel over it in the winter This un tilihly alien was used for a time but abandoned in the lat Iwo yt irs Thorn was a time vhrn vandals anti relic tinnier used to harass the alatn hilt for some time it has been over looked by thenvand left to tile solicit ous care of tho workmen who give It a FMn of hot paraliiu every winter 111 fore the frost sts in and who come around In thn sping anti scrub It and patch Its cranks and saps with The ravages now are 11l8Iprl ticeable and as th features away the figure with its palfbrs of plaster is becoming more and more ridiculous Tim statue is 2t frc and weighs 21 tons KiKoit Woods hlhi perintendent of the capitoL will mend to congress that the stntue h moval to one of the pln vs whore oilthatFO that It may easily bo protected from the veathpr The statue thus tar has cost the government Jt21707t SAD DOG TROTS 164 MILES Cpot Returns Alone to Chicago from Holland Mich Taking Six Days for Trip Chicago It look Spot a West side bulldog just six days to com oit toot from Holland Mica to Chicago 1U4 miles Spot arrived In Chicago footsore ana thiu but pleased He walked in at the resilience of his master A K Kebbers Fortyeighth avenue and inllnnn street still able to wig his tail anti put his muddy feet all Clver I he astonished members of tile household Mr llehberp went to Holland some weeks ago for duck shooting He took tbe dog along but when he returned he left Spot behind Country urn did not suit Spot It made him sail One night while tied to a tree he slipped his col lar and disappeared Spot kept no record of his trip anc therefore Mr Kehbcrg can only surmise The conclusion Is that he walked nil the way from Holland To do this he must have made neatly 30 miles a day Fur thermore he had no road map Perhaps he most delighted member or the Rehbergg family is tlnzel the life ypnroltl daughter She has given Spot two pounds of candy DRIVE TURKEYS TO MARKET Two Men Pay a Novel Bet Herding 670 Birds for Ten Miles in Vermont Rutland VtOne of the queerest wagers ever made In the state was fulfilled when Adelbert Williams Zeke Cumner and Charles Wilson drove 070 live turkeys from Ricnforu to linos burg Falls a distance of ten miles The birds were the Franklin county complement to the Thanksgiving mar et The men drove them as they would a herd of cattle one going ahead with a measure of grain and tile others urg ing behind They managed to keep tbe turkeys well together as well IUIthey could so many steers Never fore was such a sight witnessed inI Vermont The turkeys usually are killed on the different farms and carried to market but a party of men devised thIs novel wager the expense of an old fashioned Thanksgiving dinner to bc the penalty Roosevelt Ranch Is Sold The Maltest Cross ranch owned and occupied by President Roosevelt during his residence In western North Dakota has been purchased by OJ Uelcudrecie of Fargq for 15000 I 71 7F ffi7l f m t 7J 7I7W 71 71 IThe Climax I does allkinds of ffi I Ji IrJfiif t Richmond Ky5 4 I sA r READ AND YOU WILL LEARN rhat the leading medical writers andJeachers of all the several schools onracticetrongest terms possible each and every ngredlent entering Into the composition if Dr Iierceg Golden Medical Discovery or tho euro of weak stomach dyspepsia corn nilLffectlonsrhalever region name or nature It Is Iso a specific remedy for all such chronic Ir long standing cases of catarrhal atTcc Ions and their resultant as bronchial =hroat and hllJtdl nOxeflltcolJsuroll ion accompanied severe coughs It s not so for acute colds arid coughs nit for lingering or chronic eases It Is specially efficacious In producing pop pet cures It contains Black Chrrry barlf iiolden Seal root Bloodroot Stone root Mandrake root and Queans rootall of e vhlch are highly praised as remedies for Iill the above mentioned affections by such eminent medical writers and tecliors as inf Barthulow of Jefferson Ned Col ege Prof Hare uf tho Univ of Ia rot Finlev ElHngwtio1 M IX of lien lett Med Chicago Prof lornnKing M U late of Cincinnati lohn M Scudder 51 D late of Cineinalati Prof Edwin M Halo IlL lahucmann Med College Chicago and cores of others equal eminent In their everal schools of The Golden Medical Di covrry Is the mly medicine put up for throughcIruggistt for purposes that has aiiv iuch nmfcsxlonnl endorsementwont- noro than any number of ordinary testl noniais Open publicity of Its formula m the bottlo wrapper Is the best possible =piaranty of merits A glance at this iiiblishea formula will show that Golden Medical DlscoXcry contiins no poison us or harmful agents and no alcohol pure triplerefined glycerine ICIng used instead Glycerine Is entirely inobjectionable and besides is a most tsefnl ingredient in the cure of all storn t2 ich as well as bronchial throat antI lung iffectlons There is the hlchest medical nithorlty for ItA use in all such ca es 155 Fhe Discovery Is a concentrated glyc ric extract of native medicinal roots 405 ind Is safe and reliable A booklet of extracts from eminent nodical authorities endorsing Its insro llents mail free on request Address Ur R V Pierco Buffalo V Y 610 720 RACE BECOMES WISE LESS THAN 10 PER CENT OF NATION ILLITERATE Fr Human Knowledge in United States Said by Census Bureau to Rave Increased Since Last Enu meration Was Taken l WuslilngionAccording to a bultletin issueu by the census bureau about 6 i 116 persons out of 1000 In the United States over ten years old are unable to owritein ten Ot the native white population QEO only 46 out of every ludO or fewer than one in 20 of the foreign born = whites 128 out of every 1000 and of the negroes 445 out of every 1000 are illiterate International comparisons restricted as far as possible to corresponding classes of the population jare on the whole favorable to this country Indicating that In most European For countries Illiteracy Is much more prey alent than It is herealthough the For United States Is still far behind Ger For many Sweden Norway Denmark and SwitzerlandThere also ground for satisfaction in1 the statistical evidence that illlter ay is steadily being reduced In 1SSO the number of illiterates per 1000 was 133 for the total population 62 for the native white population 130 for these foreignborn white and 560 for negroes Indians and Mongolians The female sex is shown to be more Illiterate than the male the illiteracy for females being 112 per 1000 and for males 101 In the colntry the illiteracy among children is 89 per 1000 In the city using this terra to designate collectively cities of over 25000 Inhabitants it Is only ten per 1000 Illiteracy Is in general greater In the south than the thhapsbetween the two sections Is that forg native white children living In of over 25000 inhabitants There are fewer Illiterates among of parents bthanpoIstion of them live In clUesnRUNS DEER AND BEAR FARM Northern Minnesota Trarper Secures an Island and Engages in a s Novel Business International Falls Minn James Allen an oldtime hunter and trapper of the northwest has started a hear anti deer farm on an Island in thc Rainy river three miles upstream front here He has at present 89 bear and 50 deer The island which he controls Is about two miles long He ofjIt Into two sections one fllitotectl1 by state law rrUQt 1fal y i captivity although Allen has the fences on his Island so arranged that the deer would find it a difficult matter 110 escape J Allen figures that be can make a big Jprofitskins as well as their meat when they are full grown What he intends dos sayI in successful until a forest fire wiped out his belongings For several months after the fire the woods were full of escapedI IHIS DIGITS 50000 EACH Kubelik the Famous Violinist Has Been Insured for Sixe New Yorklt Jan Kubellk violinist should get a splinter on his fingers and be forced to abandon his public engagel ments accident Insurance at of 7150 a day would have to be paid him Should a finger fall to heal and be cut off Kubellk would receive 50uou cash Should Kubellk be killed by accident his widow would receive his entire In surance JltiOOOO The only way Ku bellk could get as much as that would be to lose hands legs and eyes Kubelik who has arrived In New York for a tour of 23 weeks has been Insured for six years The policy stipulatesthat Kubellk In the event of losing a toe foot r shall receive 25000 If however be should lose both feet or a toe on each foot be would receive a check for 50 000 His lingers have been Insured for just twice as much as his toes being listed at 100000 The loss of one hand would bring 50000 just as would the loss of one digit Ills eyes are insured for 25UOO Predicts Ruin of Chicago Mrs Gall the Waukegan negro won an who predicted the assassination of President McKinley and the Baltimore Ore Is visiting relatives at North Chicago and Lake Forest She asserts that Chicago before long will be destroyed by an earthquake because of the wickedness in that city She predicts a race war before Roosevelt quits office Her home Is In PJttsburg and she asserts that God urged her to come to Chicago to warn the people of the earth quake that Is to occur DemPopRep Chrysanthemum The agricultural department every year holii a chrysanthemum show boatiofseason Another a pinkish white called the Alice Roosevelt whIle wkiVe Bf was named after Mry Bryma ODa frelli plant Q ttltIf1tfJJO ta u ttr WfuMM f U iitmiit nttnh t4 Farm For Sale farm of 200 acres FuEijtill conhty the Kentucky River 3 miles north st oi Collect Hill this cnllly Hchool house on corner of same Good neigh borhood good blue grass clover and farm First class orchard Four ver failing npnngs ant a No 1 well the yard Apply for terms to R G Engle Richmond Ky tIIIA4j 6O YEARS s EXPERIENCE n1 TRACE MARKS F DESIGNS m COPYRIGHTS ctending a gleet rh und description may nlrklr urortitln our opinion free r niiinn Communi loiwMrlctlf contldentUL on Patents lit free OMest agency for iccurlnc Struts Pitteiiti taken Jtunn t Co receive notice witloutCtiareO In the Scientific Jfmericatt handsomely Ulnntrated wraklr Tnrrrit cir of an scientldn Jounml TcruJ 13 a Tear foumonlblfL Bold brail newsdea- lerMUNNCo3618 New York Branca Office WublnKton U c L ft N1 Tin T l Ar No 3 Cltcinnati and Knox LT 46p m villa EXIes south bound 12Ssrm Not Knoxvie CInnati p m Express north bound 200 pm No4Knoxvllle n Clnnati a m Express north bound 410am No Knoxville Cinnati 54 pm Express south bound 1159 pm No in Stanford and Maya a m ville Accm north bound 610 a m No Stanford and Stays p m vllle Accm south bound 720 pm No 25 Richmond to lit Vernou Accm south bound 915 a w No 29 Cynthlana and 941 am Stanford exp south 1250 p m il 350 m No 30 north bound 3I m nkor UiDti Eatoaj The Midland Route LtoAL TIMg TAttLE KY CENTRAL R R POINTS m p 20 Ii L Frankfort Allt 2 aT II p p 7 I Georgetown A 9 n 25 Lip 7 50 alA Paris- Winchester lSma512p- i p II iS L 7 9 n 2 45 p I3 j 9 A Maysville 5 45 a 15 p lOOp 82I Cynthiana Ii is rap 7201 IS S t Richmond L 7 20 a 55 p o p10 CIa A Cincinnati LI 255p B HARPER C W HAYS Ires and Gen Snpt 0 P A louisie itlulifi Eaiboi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND ambyvl1leand Irvine Mnd Beattyville 630 am Irvine and Bfeattyville 1125 p m 1TRUNS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Louisville Lexington and j Un5am Cincinnati IIIt 1 m From Keattyvilie and Irvine 30 p m From Beattyvtlle and Irvine 710pm 1111 SMITIIOPPAVersailles Ky R ft Woolums OfuiceOlyndon tHotel IMimond iCr A New Treatment For the pores cf the skin which beau tiflas the complexion Many people especially ladies arc annoyed with dry scaly skin blackheads pimples and blotches Such all ments are generally treated with cold cream face lotions witch bawl prepar temfOraryre1itfifinactivity uf the pores of the skin If e pores are healthy and perform their properly the complexion will be ood tineas the person is suffering from 3One chronic blood trouble- A Louisville chemkt has succeeded in perfecting product known aslaracampbI which vheii applied to ank or any part of t1 body opens tIn res removes all unnatnr clwtructioni s iwrhtin the crcuk ion anti mdcc- g ptnininttlon raphsweats out he It washes out te potts ol ie skin makes them hcalihy aru active hereby giving a smooth roy satin nish to the skin This new preparation bein wd very largely by complexion ptciihsts with the greatcst success aiicl- higMy endorsed by all physicians wing to the fact that it is pure rmlsfls iararnaipU can be purchased t any firstclass drug store or if your ealtr dots not keep it order direct from he factory The price is within the id Sold only in 25c 60c and 00 ottlss Manufactured only by The Jaracanioh pany I ii5ville Ky FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas Ju ii11ocro- elJ tnl s Rent ng WalkarS Axeca Plff- acainst oel J Walkers Deves flit Notice of Reiitinc in Equity Bv virtue of a judgment and order of e cf the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the October term thereof 1905 the above style cause the under siytica will o- nThursday Dec 21 05 tit the hour of 11 oclock a m on tin premises in Matlison county Ky pru cerd to expose to Public lion tine to tie highest and best bidder the follow inc described property viz The farm of about 74 Acres ailed the Hawkins place located on the Richmond ant Barnes Mill turnpike roml tidjoining the lauds of Mrs R T Burnam Jme Bennett and olliprs for the year 1906 Possession to be uiven at the termination of tIm present ease towit January 1 1906 or on compliance with the terms of renting hv the renter The tenant for the yar 19t6 to have the right to cultivate the piernut ctiitivHted lands- TEPMSitentingwill be made on a credit Ii January 1 1907 The renter will tie required to give bond with ap proved curity for the payment of the rent mouev ajul for the preservation oi he property etc with a landlords Lien reserved and retained S HTHORPE M GVMC U Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I will sell privately in the next 30 days my stock farm of 670acres situated in Clark countv Ky half way between Alt sterling and Winchester on the turnpike As a whole or in S tracts Tract No1 of 250 acres tins modern dwelling of eight rooms good orchard ice poultry inijat servant grllluinr and buggy hqnsiis stock anti tobacco barns corn tenant houses arid a cattle barn for ISO head containing art uptodate silo that hold 4 months fetal for 130 head of cattle is well fenced cud waerpij and is an ideal country home Tract No 2 of 170 IIHB two houses and two tobacco barns mostly in grass The tobacco that can he Irown on this tract will soon pay font descriptlonFor further particulars call on or write J C SCO BEE 29no5t Winchestei Ky MOST REFRESHWfi MINK W THE WefHB rHE satIieli HtMMf rMfffi WH tM Hwi IIt v THE Open Door to Succ- essSOUTHWEST ARKANSAS The AntiRenter s State One of the most resourceful in the Union Only one firth of the total acreage now under cultivation Thousands of free hoirfesteaJi Mill more tiinunands of unimproved farms for sale at ridiculously low prices The widest Open Door of them all Indian Territory Soon to be entirely the white main cwintry to have and to hold Rich in coal riui in oil rich in timber rich in soil No land in Aiuer ica better worth having and holding OKLAHOMA Tue What Next Territory Niarlv a half million acres more to be npMnwl this year Only a lease this time but a lease in the Southwest in ft foothold Write for illustrated literature and information regarding low rates Southwest in effect theIst and 3rd Tuesdays of each month 7 GEO H LtE H I McGUIRE Gen Pass Agt Dist P A Little Rock Ark Cincinnati O RIESULTfiThe word results means a whole lot to the farmer of today and it is especially attractive to the homeseeker or those seekng 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 o- fKANSASThe great State of the West where lands cart be purchased from 5 to 30 per acre which equals the returns of the 50 to 150 per acre lands ofother 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 clan 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 inspec tion of lands etc Write us arid we will send you free descriptivr literature and full information TOWNSENDA419 Walnut Cincinnatist 0STLouis MO THE Illinois Central Railroad OFFERS Extremely low round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Including New Orleans November 21 December 5 and J9 1905 Tickets allow liberal stopovers and 21 days for return Inly line running through personally conducted excursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative The South Is not a new country Market anti shipping faculties are adequate and drst clans The climate is mild and favor able Notwithstanding those anti other advantages southern lands are selling fur prices far below their rent value and at present prices net large returns on the in possibilitiesnear tile Illinois Central Etallroud for homeseekers and investors address the un dersigned Further particulars of Home Agents or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY cteoxrotATiD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost lodcnvjiero in Southern Indiana Southern er Ver t firituckyf Tennessee Mississippi arm We can put you In quick and satistacury coraaiurlcatlon VfciJJjfli people of this great section of the coitntr We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed tAMES E CASDWEL J W HUNTER J1- 1Lrsldeui is vtnt jtmitrep SeoT St Tranr A Smith Bowman Pres Sydney R Warren Tress E Onrtinhour Cashier Statement of the Financial Condition OF THE American Reserve Bond Co Formerly the Southern Investment Co At the Commencement of Business November 7 J905 RESOURCES Cash on hand and in bank subject to check S 108490 84 Loans on first mortgage real estate and other approved securities 1186868 42 Securitiesdeposited with State Tieas 1036183 30 Stocks and Bonds 690869 65 Real Estate 182062 04 Furniture and Fixtures28874 57 Premium on bond accrued interest and all other sources i 48855 74 Total 3282204 26 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in rv S 227000 00 Reserve I I 2080491 04 Alvance payments on all ohhr1iabilities 103740 15 Apportipiitible surplus 870973 37 Total 328220453 The undersigned S R Warren and E B Cartin hour respectively treasurer and cashier of American ReseVvo Bond Company swear that the foregoing is an accurate statement of the financial condition of said company at the commencement of business November 28 1905 to the best of their knowlege and belief S R WARREN Treasurer E B CARTINHOUR Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Pub lie in irad for trje comty of Cook State of Illinois this 28thidayof FreudenbergNotary My commission expires November 9 1909 The above statement of the financial conditions and affairs of the American Reserve Bond Company shows the healthy condition of what was formerly the Southern Mutual Investment CO of Lexington KyM awvd now appearing under its changed name eeord 0ff to tbe iwMmd d Quarter filed t Fran fn V L T t t 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 20 1906 A Fearful Fate It is fearful Me to have to ensure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfuly saywrites Harrv Co son of Masonvlllc In Hint for Wind liteedipg Itihinp and 1rotrjidint Piles liuckleun Arnica Save 5s tht bit cure Bade Also best for ouc burns and injuries 25c at R C Stocktons druggist 0 Attention Farmers I bave received two carloads of tin celebrated Page ferninn the best tliatV made Before contracting for fencint nl any description it will wove to you advantage to get my prices tf JT OY Kirksville Ky Furious Fighting For seven arc writes Geo W Hoffman of Harpr Wash I hart a hitter battle with chronic stomach non Ier trnuba hnt at last I won and cur c my diseases by tho use of Eke Inc Bitters I unhesitating ncom mend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly wonderful medicine to have cured such a had case as mine Sold under guar antee to do the samoJor you by K C Stockton druggist at 50c a bottle Try them today When he was a puppy I fed him and When he became a dog he bit me Torture ofa Preacher The story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville N Y will insoet He says I Buffered agonies hecnuse of a persistent cough nsult int from the grip had to ole p sitting up in bed I tiled many rpm pilie without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me front co sumption A grand curt fir diseased condition rl Throat and l4ung At R C Stoikton drug gist price 60c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Rather be thou the tail amoung liuiid than the head amoung foxes Better Late Than Never It would of course be best for you to he so careful about what when and how you eatas niver to suffer from any dyspeptic or bowel trouble lint if you do slip up and begin In stiffer the consequences of indiscretions in diet it is better to begin then although late to look after your diges tion At this stage of the game the best thing to do is to take Dr Cald wells Nntive Syrup Pepsin It is a pure digestive tonic and acts on both stomach liver and bowels cur ing permanently and without bad aftereffects such dangerous diseases as constipation bilious es dyspop sift headache dizziness etc Try it Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c ann 100 Money back i it fails When the talf kids tis time to thrash the cow No Case of Pdeumonia on Record We do not know of a single instance where a cough or cold resulted in pneumonia or consumption when when Foes Honey and Tar had been taken It euros coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chances with srme unknown preparation which may contain opiates which cause constipation a condition that retards recovery from a cold Ask for Foleys Hon v anti Tar and refuse any substitute offered Sold by R C Stocton If thy friend ishoney do not lick him up all together Of Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die every veer of croup Most of them could hnve been saved a few doses of Foleys Honev nOli Tar and every family with children should keep it in the house It contains no opiates and is snfe and sure Mrs George H Picket San Frroisco fal writes Mr baby had a dangerous attack of or upand we thought she would choke to dath lint one dose of Folevs hone end Tnr relieved tier at once after other remedies hid failed We are never a minute without it in the house Sold by R C Stockton uivuip nires one garden will cat r T j ne that hires many gardens the birds will eat himv Doctors Could Not Help Her I had kidney trouble for vars writes Mr Raymond Conner of She ton Wash and the doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and the very first dose gave rn relief and I am now cured 1 cannot saytoo much for Fogys Kidney Cur It makes the diseased kid neys sound so they will eliruate the poisons from the blood Unles they do this good health is impossible Sold by lLC Stocton The egg of today is better than the hentomorrow Appeals for Protection Your digestive organs appeal loudly for protection when attacked by thE microbes of fermented food engen dered in your stomach and bowels by dyspepsia biliousness and con lipn tion This protection you can very easily exten to them by taking a dose or two of Dr Caldwellu laxa tive Syrup Pep in Will you do ItI Sod by Prry Thomas at 50u and 100 Money back if it fails One bird tied is btt er than a hun dred flying The Childrens Delight When you consider tho terrible times you used to have in childhood under the Inflicslon of castor oil salts and Scotia bimstbne and tre acle and other horrors iou can perhaps appreciate the childrens delight with such a pleasant medicino for Impure blood stomach or bowel troubles ps CtUdwella laxative Syrup Pepsin Besides being pleasant to take it is unequalled by anv other medicine in the wide range of its cur ative powers for nearly nil childrens diseases by Perry Thonim at 50c and 100 Money back if it falls The camel wanted to bave horns they took awiy his ear Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co ChUago originated Honey Tar as a throat and lUhg remedy and on account of the great OMit anti popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many lire uttered for the genuine Ask for oleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will give the same batisfactlon It is mildly laxative It contains no opi ales and is safest for children and del kate persons Sold T y R C Stockton SM pM hi inoMjr on1ls korxi 0- H I Nature Tells You Ai MAN A RICHMOND READER KNOWS TOO WELL When the kidneys are sick Nature tells you all about it The urine is natures calendar Infrequent or too frequent action Any urinary trouble tells of kidney ills Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills Mrs John W Hackney wife of J Hackney carpenter of Lexington St Versailles Ky JayshI cauno peak too highly for what Doans Kid nev Pills have done for my husband He was greatly troubled with pain in his back on account of kidney de rangement which I think was brought about by trio heavy lift ng There was also a difficulty with the kidney secretions which was very distressing end annoying Nothing seemed to help him until be procured box ot Dnaiis Kidney Pills After using them only a law days there was an improvement in his condition so heI continued the treatment The pail in his back lift him entirely ami the difficulty with the kidney secretions was corrected Plenty more proof like this fromI Richmond people Call at B L Mid letons drug store and ask what his customers report 50IN Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other When the ux b down many are the butchers Buy you Seed rt neat from Letcher Witt novl GUINEA FOWL IN DEMAND Agricultural Department Says There Is a Good Market for the Birds in the United States Washington In a bulletin just sued the department cf agriculture announces a growing market for guinea fowl as table birds and suggests that they might wellbe bred In the United States more extensively either with other poultry or in larger numbers by themselveseTue birds do well with compara tively Utile care the report says In spite of the halfwild habits which they retain when allowed to range they may be trained to more domestic ways and readily ted and fattened like other poultry They are exceptionally IIhahltswarning of hawks or other lntrudersin the poultry yard Guineas eat such large numbers of Insects that they are often useful in helping to destroy1 these pests They also eat many wild seeds and In this way are of value There Is alreddy a fair demand for guinea fowl especially in New York and other cities in the eastern United States Very young birds for broilers IIInare easily sold throughout the autumn and winter They may be prepared for the table like ordinary fowl or like game birds have very much the same food value as chicken and are as eco nomical when bought about the same price per pound At moderate prices they furnish the body with about as much nourishment for a given sum asImedium cuts of beet and mutton and at higher prices correspond in value with the more expensive cuts and suchI poultry as turkey green goose Guinea eggs are also considered choice eating MOTORISTS TO OWN ROADS Powerful Syndicate of Automobilists Prepare to Spend 5000000- on Highway London Thnre is a possibility that England at last will follow Americas example and build special roads for motor traffic At the next session a hill backed by a powerful syndicate will be laid before parliament seeking powers to construct a special road from London to Brighton for the use of motor vehicles only Throughout Us entire length the road would be fenced oil to prevent the trespassing of children dogs and unauthorized persons Where it met an existing highway the new road would either go under or over It as the scheme provides nothing In the nature of a level cro lng Special con necting trackjuoufo L also be con- tors to leave or tructkPjOlco various points on The motor track proper would commence at Norhury eight miles from London where the principal tollhouse would be erected The estimated cost of the thoroughfare Is 5000000 the lolls on motor cars using It being looked for as a return on this huge outlay Cuttings and bridges similar to those of a new railway will have to be made Any class of motor vehi rio would be allowed to use the track and no speed limit would be enforced although reasonable care would be expected As to the width of the road there one scheme for a 40foot track divided by a fence and another for two tracks each 24 feet wide for and down traffic Richard upI a wellknown engineer is in of the scheme and Sir Douglas Fox has consented to act as consulting en gineer STATE EXCITED OVER GOLD Rich Find of Yellow Ore Found Near Rutland VtLocated by an Old Prospector Rutland Vt There is a rich vein of gold not tar from this city In the Green Mountain range according to Aldos Vondette of West Rutland an old and experienced quarryman who has been connected with the marble Industry for years Jie Is somewhat of a prospector and has returned fromI a trip to the mountains with three large pieces of gold He exhibited these along Main street and the news or his find circulated rapidly Von dette guards his secret securely but Intimates that h has uncovered a vein of gold containing untold wealth I will yet become a rich man said he Those who examined the ore pro nounce the specimens genuine and worth many dollars It Is said that Vondetto has been In the habit of taking trips In the mountains alone His story Is regarded as the truth IHAS STAY WHILE SOBER Now York Justice Makes Unique Ruling for Recorder in Tilt with Council Binghamton N YJustlce Albert H Bewell has granted an order which probably Is without precedent Go applies Lion of attorneys for Recorder Watson E Roberts be granted a stay restrain ing the common council from bearing Charges preferred against the recorder pending an appeal on condition that the recorder remain sober until the appeal is decided by tbe appellate division and prlth the understanding that the stay will be revoked If the recorder becomes intoxicated before the case Is decided jjy tile higher court The appeal Is taken from Justice SeweUs recent decision dismissing a writ of prohibition to restrain tbe corn imoe council from bearjns the charges It MVfHta psn4 miaM LL r MARKHANNAROCKIS GONE Sentinel of Straits of San Juan de Fuca Disappears During Severe Storm Victoria B CMark Hanna rock otherwise known to navigators ot the north Pacific as one of the many mar- Ine gravestones that decorate the western seaboard of Vancouver Island has strangely disappeared that fact being communicated to the resident agent of the department of marine by LIghtkeeper Daykln of Cape Car manah The rock until very recently reared 80 feet above the water near Bonllla Point off Carmanah the Canadian sentinel at the entrance of the Straits of San Juan de Fuca opposite Cape Flattery on the American shore The rock was named by Lightkeeper Dayitl1 because of the remarkable likeness Its contour bore to a facial sil houette of the late American senator Apart from this distinguishable feature however there was another peculiarity about Mark Hanna rock which In earlier times might have in vested it with superstitious dread It is said that It possessed a remarkable magneto power for on Its rugged and stormbeaten base many a vessel has pounded to destruction But the rock is no more It was de stroyed some weeks ago In the seismic and electrical disturbance felt In slight degree here and to a greater extent at Nanalmo It was noticed black and grim rearing Itself through the storm In the afternoon preceding the shake In the morning LIghtkeeper Daykln observed with amazement that the sea broke unruffled where It had lifted itself from the deep The question is now being debated among local scientists whether or not the strong magnetic force said to be a property of the rock had aught to do with its final demolition INDIAN WHITE QUEEN DEAD Askagandn Buler of Eblmets in On tarlo Who Own Great Cave of Gold Passes Away Tower MlnnAskaganda white queen of the Eblmet Indians whose domain Is about halfway between Lake Superior and Hudson bay is dead after- a reign of 20odd years Her son Sach go has ascended the throne and now rules over the tribe consisting of about 800 souls all fullblood Indians The news of the death of the white queen was brought here by an Indian runner who carried a message to John Franken who has long been the agent here of the tribe The queen became ll more than a month ago The funeral ceremonies are still In progress Askaganda as she was called by the Indians went into their country many years ago from Montreal as a mission ary She met and fell in love with the chief of the tribe the members of wtylch formally adopted her She became the wife of the chief and on his death became the ruler The Eblmet Indian city has been vis ted tin account of its Inaccessibility but few white men and a few years strange tales were told of the Indians and their wealth by two white hunters who penetrated that country The white men were received kindly by the queen who entertained them for several days in royal style They were taken among other places to a veritable cave of goldthe treasure house of the tribewhere they saw piled in heaps huge bars of solid gold BIRTHDAY DINNER FOR DOG Cocker Spaniel Commended by Mis tress for Faithful Companion ship by Owner Louisville KyMr and Mrs Arthur K Lord of Fourth avenue gave a course dinner in honor of the eighteenth birth day anniversary of their cocker spaniel dog Boots All of the guests were ac quaintances of Boots and incidentally friends of Mr and Mrs Lord toots had a table beside the table used by the guests Mrs Lord In describing the af fair said Yes Boots had her silver plate and her dinner was served in courses justas you would get a dinner in a swell cafe She bad all kinds of dog delicacies specially cooked for her With her silken coat of hair carefully washed and a blue ribbon adorning her neck she seemed to feel her Importance with true dignity I reared Boots from a mite of a puppy and through all these years she has been my constant and faithful compan ion never complaining asking no con fidences and giving none Say for me that Boots deserved the birthday dinner and all of the gues thought so too yrusf Boots will llvetto celebrate w ore happy blrthdaU rafcrnfolks DREAM WARNS OF DEATH Girl Has Presentiment That Sweet heart Woud Be Killed and Tragedy Follows Gloucester City N JStruck by a train as he was saying goodby to his sweetheart Elmer Gibbons died in Cooper hospital Camden Miss Laura Turner the affianced bride of Gibbons whc had just bid the young man goodby when the train struck him had a presentiment that something was to happen to her sweet heart Miss Turner dreamed Gibbons would be Injured In the New York Shipbuild- Ing jard where he was employed So much did the dream prey on her mind that she was at the front gate waiting for Gibbons on his way to work When he came up there were tears In the girls eyes She begged him not to go to work and told him of her vis- Ion Gibbons laughed at her and calmed her worries as best be could Distiagnishsd Visitor Hot Richard W Miller of Rich mono Ky was a distinguished visitor to Faluiouth last Saturday Mr Mil ler is a most formidable candidate for the Spenkelshlo of the Lower House the Kentucky Legislature and feels reasonably certain of being elected Mr Miller served in the last house with distinguished ability and made a reputation as an orator the peer of anv man in the State lIe is a brilliant lawyer and an accomplished parliamentarian with an equipoise and fairness that admirably equips him for the Speokership Mr Miller while here wasJhe guest of Dr N B Chip man Pendletons Representativeelect to the Legislature Fahnoulh Pendle tonian ++ ++CALL AT++ JONES MERSIIONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN I Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispenedbydation Ifkaatec Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap An eminent professor of tho United States Agricultural Department has been studying tho lien Think of writing books on hens Listen to this The American hen produces more in dollars and cents than all the gold and silver mines in the country conblncd and If tho value of tim hens be added the aggregate Is twice the annual yield of all the gold and silver mines and six times the value of cropThe man on earth Is the farmer fur ho makes the earth yield him almost everything needed for life lie knows that as ho sows so will ho nun lIe usually keeps strong and healthy with constant strife with nature In sunshine and In pure air At sun down when Irk Is done ho finds most refreshing alec in bed such as only a tired man knows In tho same way the earth yields food for man so does it provide remedies for human Ills Thou sands of hoisiholds throughout the farming districts of know the value of Dr Pierces Golden Medical It is natures most valuable and lioalthglviim a lnmadeI conIceutralionhas a history which speaks well for It because It was given to the public by Dr R V Picre founder of the Inva lids Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo N Y nearly forty years ago and has since been sold by druggists In ever increasing quantities Some mcdi 9 pee of Ost Foinw Gtizea Writes Iron tar Away Mexico Judge J C Chenault of this city has leeeiyejl Ie following interesting letter from DrH Hot son formerly one of our lending dentittfe but now Vice Presideit of the Kei Icky Dis tilling Coriipaiiyof Guar alajam Iex ico Guadaloj ira Mex Nov 26 190- 5JudgeJolm t Cbetmitlt Hirlniioiid Ky My Dear Si Your kind letter to hand and I appreciate the kind feeling that inspired yti to write the sanw as I do not get nmny such The waterfowl shooting her is vtry floe mostly duckand geese and stHj Tfjie till the lat of March I have shot a few ducts but have nut hail tile time to go after the geese I am very bnsv and will be PO till Christmas I have the who construc tion on my hand cud in start with a strange tongue where pulgadas means inches and talaitia menus a grubbing hoe tis not MI easy to const net at vou might think If you can vomit down iii JnniiHry I cull show you a me fine pose fihootint iud the flip wilt pay u We Lave strawberries grntn pens eic otc Si any time and you cnnMell what time of the year it is iiy looking at lie trees Ilje tlifirnmnietHr in tli morniugsiH about 60 anti nt noon Hlinut SO Thi finest climate her in the world and i is hot in the sun in the mid diu of the lay but pnlieoily comfii able at all hues in tliH house iivemy njjaMsto yeti r bits and in q inir ftnlittiI Davit fun talks ii jti lIiiI is vn m ziouo c Iillt Im omiiitiiU and ol dieiit set aut i V II Hollsnjf r A Happy Horn pjaile perfect wnon Itlrf it health wtihhi ltsiiiios 1 is in ties Injured by alwa keeping Dr Cald welld laxative =YIIIII upsin on hand and fa her mother nr children taking n few doi ut the Its st sign of stomach liver or iioivel irnibla Al ways relieves and cures Sold by Perry Tbonii at Sue id 100 Money buck if it fnil- sBROOKSTO WN J EMS Farmers are living hici now eii e m wt of thfin liar killed hiS anti the wiincH have the proceeds of their mr Ke crop in ham The church K WK people of this vicinity eiijoyeu me Tli nl 8jiviug sermon at HrookstiAu church on that day by Rev Matthews o Lexington The series of nveniiiit meettigsI Throughout wer bitli upiif hug Uev J H vVi the pas f tot aHsixtted Rev ltttlhice ill these services They lore two fly and brilliant young IIIKI- IThd farm heloimine to II flattie Baxter was rented S4ttlriiQ 2d to Mr George Noland Jr fur the coin leg year The school is keeping up well dei pite the muddy weather It will close December 22J lIILgl4l1dlJi home has a wonderful coinbiimi u in the way of teachers Dr Jes f FJdwatds who can lead the minds of ih juvenile practice medicines and know the attcf wooingMr Mrs J Tevis Uugaelv of Richmondspent tiuiiday with lUre W A Baxter Miss Margarette Baldwin now of Moberley came down and spent a few days with her sister Me Kl Carson Mr Wm Thorpe of Ricln and came out to church Stuitihaysi te said Mrs Green B Turley gave an elegant supper last Wedn lay oven lug in honor of her guest lisa Olive Parrish ot Centralia Mo Mr J W McKeuiiey am onily are coinj to move to Uichi d about Jhristmas We neulibr onllio to give them up Mr hsiarlin fcKinney will take charge or ibm valuable farm To Hunters If you would knon of RI 1ty which abounds in turkey ii neki 1ilIqulrrela and other small same with many a good chance otiltr t a copy ff the new booklet F atlip toil Fiiis hUIlIIrandSt Francis Valley Seii uee on ll quest by A HILTON Oellllll Bissei Jer Aftwt Pr14e9 iijJ44UJ Sti Loii J i l elm enjoy a largo sale for a few years then disappear from the public attention but Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has proved such a reliable blood remedy and tonic that it often enjoys conn deuce of several gemtrations in a family and Its Increased sales year by year corn lug from tho recommendations of those who have tried It prove Its lasting merit so that every bottle bears the stamp of public approval Moreover Dr Pierce guarantees that it contains ufl alcohol or narcotic DeedsCouWe have used Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery In our have known of some of our nelgilbors using It We have always fwmd It to do all that is claimed for it and feel confi remedyMrs N C writes I procured Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and took It for my cough The medicine acted like II charm cured my cough all O K I feel very grateful to for your kindness use my name lou choose IO YOU KNOW YOUlt OWN SYSTEM A complete medical book and physiology of the body is Dr Pierces Common- Sense Medical Advisor which can be had for tho pried of postage Send Dr lL V Pierce Buffalo N Y 31 onecent stamps for tho clothbound book or 21 stamps for the paperbound volume of laos pages D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your IfusinCRSSollcited SiitiefactiouGunrante- edRTQHM0ND KY J O D M OH NAUlIA- TTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocnrv ItrlJ MILLER ATTORWKTATLAW RICHMOND KBHTOCKT Office n the Burnam Building next door tc armers National Bank febSlv JA SVLLrV ATlORNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Truot Co op oosite Oonrt House on Main Htreet u A H liuinnm A H Burnam JI A R BURNAM SON ATTO UNEYSATI W atA Hiirtiamrt former office Mnln st KIUIIMONI KV n IJ GREENLEAF ATTORNEY ATLAW Offieaov r U ATayloiVlinrdwarestor nppo hH uiirt Hinse Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeoti Hnurs 8ON amn 2 to pm Office wllli lr Bales over IHce Am Vs flee Tile K6 KinilAlONJ u Dr Fred S Smith Dentist Hobson Building PHONE nt IIJ1ONH KENTUCKY vlVI Blanton DENTIST oyOfficem Bennett Building tanty TELEPHONE F ClianipioniDRY KILLSTobacc0Wor Effectively Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry powders on cropS in the garden field orchard or vineyard Endorsed by thousands of tobacco and potato growers as the best thing offered manwalksDescriptive circular and prices on appli good agent wanted for each County SeedsInsecticidesed tree Wood StabLs Co SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Newby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar anteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything in this lineWe will save you money New Carriage Works Newby Ky The prenher who works for hihei ia coldoin invited to come tip hhzherI It Is not MlwY8 the iiitn will nods lilt hiCalat evertlillig the lereacw- ho Iu dotnK wait or JI1fT Gr j v FAIR ONE A COP PUEBLO COT GIRL IS PULL FLEDGED POUCEMAN Pretty Newspaper Writer in Effort to Get Laws Enforced Puts on Star and Is Now Traveling a Regulation Beat Pueblo ColSince Colorado extended the suffrage to women 11 years ago the state has had women leglsla tors women state and county officials and In Kiowa a cattle ranch county a woman Justice of the peace But not until a few days ago when Miss Pauline Christman was sworn In by Chief McCafferty of Pueblo has any city in Colorado had a woman policeman Many persons unfamiliar with con ditions in Colorado might imagine a shorthaired stridentvoiced unsexed female plain and ancient as the sort of person who would receive such anhappointment instead of a young newspaper writer who was given her commission as a recognition for no mean service in the manufacturing center of Colorado Miss Christman had regular duties on a local paper While going about she was annoyed by the filthy condition of the sidewalks the floors of street cars and other public places which many of Pueblos citizens persisted in regarding as cuspidors The tight against tills evil had long been waged before womens clubs and medical societies but resolutions and learned speeches were the only result before Miss Cbrlstman came from Den verThis young woman had been In town but a few days when she went to a policeman who was swinging his club over a well mottled sidewalk Why dont you arrest the men who persist In spitting on the sidewalks and In other public places No orders miss Cant exceed au thority you know Youll have to see the chief Chief McCafferty listened sympathet- Ically but explained that there was no adequate ordinance against spitting He advised Miss Christman to see Mayor West The mayor agreed with her in every particular If she would see the mem bers of the city council he would use his influence to assist In having her suggestions embodied In an ordinance and pledged himself then to see to it that it was enforced rigidly Miss Chriatraau hind the ordinance drawn arranged for newspaper sup port of her movement found an alder man to introduce it and then went to each of the aldermen In turn and told him why she wished him to vote for the billhow essential It was for public health and the appearance of the city As a result of Miss Christmans Ideas were made law by unanimous vote Now every patrolman in the city acting under special instructions from the mayor and chief of police Is on the lookout for tobacco chewers and other promiscuous expectorators The chief of police made Miss Christ man a special policeman with full powers to arrest violators of any of the ordinances and especially of the one which she had been instrumental in having passed The womens clubs passed resolutions commending the young woman for her activity and the mayor and the chief of police fur ap pointing her a policeman That is how Pueblos sidewalks and public places generally are now clean er and more sanitary than they were a ChristmanwearsJacket PLAN DEFENSE OF CHICAGO War Department Considers Scheme- to Fortify That and Many Other Lake Ports Washington Plans are under con sideration at the war department for fortifying Chicago and other ports on the great takes and SL Lawrence river A system of fortifications developed by MaJ John T Johnson at one tlmesta tioned at Chicago is being considered At present Canada has large commercial projects under development A cana from Ottawa river to Lake Ontario and another from Hamilton on Lake Outario to Lake Huron now under contempla tion will when completed give Canada an outlet to the sea through Dominion proIof sufficient depth to accommodate gun boats The necessity for fortifying Chi cago and other lake cities to protect them from attack by water Is recognized by war department officials and It is almost certain that the scheme of defense under consideration will be perfected and the fortifications constructed Uncle Sam Fast Shlpmaker The government will demonstrate that it can build warships at Its owi- yards cheaper and quicker than can private ship yards The battleship I Connecticut which Is being construct ed at the Brooklyn navy petition with the battleship Louisiana thiI21k per cent In advance of the Louis lana The Connecticut will be completed In six weeks As a result a this contest Secretary Bonaparte will recommend the construction of an other battleship at the government yard Age Brings Wisdom A skipper 74 years old swam ashore to Chicago from his schooner when it was stranded off that city Had ho been a younger man he would prob ably have swam to some other town even though It was farther away Co n Wanted We want several thousand barrels of corn delivered at Hlvpr Cr +k Kv no29 2m BUKNAM HKSXKTT Co IA FOOLISH PLAN I hourSecauseConstipation is the result of indigestion appetiteselrpoisoninI parts of the intestinaJments that rob life of its pleasures if they do itselLIm coni mon expression of is who look mis tindbeFlower wplch is uiaturesoyn illsIto the 3 IfTW s ate aad1 AUJWJ r i Lowest Special- Homeseekers Rates ever made to Oklahoma Indian Territory Texas and the Great Southwest VIA Louisville lien dersoll St Louis Ry The Henderson Route In connection with all other routes Tickets In sale November 7 antI 21 December 5 and 19 All tickets will ear final limit 21 days in addition to date of sale OWN A HOME Where land is cheap and returns from it certain For rate and infoimation inquire of L J IRWIN G P Louisville Ky J H GALLAGHER T P A TO tmLouis West and SouthwestI VIA BIG FOUR ROUTE t Trains pot 6 Lookat the ScheduleI Leave Cincinnati- a m am noon p in pm pm 830 835 1220 840 010 300 Arrive St Louis- p m p m p m a in a m am 500 628 945 730 718 2Urt Making connections in St Louis Union Station with all trains West Southwest and South Luxurious Day Coaches Parlor Cars Pullman Drawing Room E1 epin Cars 01 night trains Dining Cars Ticket oflie I4th and Vine N E Cur Jims Krotr nberger U A P D Cincinnati 0iio LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP To Feints in the West acd Sort latest omer 3d and lith Sovember 7ta and 21st PeecnlterSth and 10th1905 MISSOURI PACIFIGIBGH mm SYSTEM Tickets hoar liberal limit and stop ovur rivilegos rfTorillug an excellent o or unity to visit the territory that is now aHraetinKtho particular atten tion of the hoTnesector aiiil investor For descriptive literature and further Infor niaiioa H addressCT0WSEGPandTA ST LoUIS Mo- A A GALHGIIEU D P A 410 Walnut StreetI KiLL THE COUCH AND CURE THE 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ftirnieleil Qnr w Ar6ho iwon Orchard street eui- L Nf Ui fc cinidiIy crTlrf Jo lTYiss TIuPb1lJc ai was Observation I 11 Compartment I Cats P I In Service on th- eOriental Limited of the great Northern Ry The Cbmfortable Way Daily between St Paul Nit i mo ills aal Puget Sound FardeslledtnformuiOnexteietC cation 3irrj D P A an CantJill at PalUJelphU Pi W i1kBaXter 412 Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have pejiured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of Nev York ants Chicago the Inryst nianuf Miirers of the hst WALL PAP BUS in ilia world If von Ore coiI to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy- in the country Buy your paper from me and get the he4t thats made W P BaxterEast Main St Telephone 412 Richrriond Ky I Remember Paper 09 and Borders Cost Same Price There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good fakes RollS Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Wanted For Our Army Wanted for Army Able bodied unmarriedmen be tweenthe ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States off goodcharacter and temperate habits who can speakretd and write English For information apply to Recrtiiting Ollicer Richmond Ky Old ham Building Chance to See the World WINCHESTER The BLACK NUBLACKIt good in construction good because it is primed with uquick and sure primer and good because carefully and accurately i loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters I and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand j 4 reloading A trial will prove its excellence I ALL DEALERS SELL THEM j n n SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted i q32 iv 1rTry a Ax pleasurehut I axthatEdge worth every cent it costs i 11 Price J 6cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY 11 LB 81001011 CoaltFeedSalttFire Brick and Qayt Lime Gcmcnt arid Plaster Materials L RICHMOND KENTUCKY lIfcsfevviV tf w at Some people have a notiontlJat spring is the only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing them money We are making fall buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking in every de partment C R HigginsTelephone 232 1 lie Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 20 1905 Rev J Addison Smith will preach a special Chrhtmus set moo next Sun day morning We mean you Please i jdl and set tle your account at once I3Jec3m Jones Merelion C E Douglas Co want you toi come in and examine their Xmas goods They are nice and cheap dec33t Mrs A C Buchauuan has rented her boarding bouse recently occupied by Mrs Mary Merrill to Mr Ben Holman Mrs Merritt hRS moved to the McKee property on the opposite corner where she will continue to conduct a boarding house We love the man with the roses on his tongue the man who sees the boys dirty face but mentions hie bright eyes who notices your shabby coat but praises your studious habits the man who sees all faults but whose tongue Is quick to praise and slow to blame We like to meet a man whose smile will light up dreariness whose voice is full of birds whose handshake is an inspiration and his God bless you a benediction He makes us for get our troubles as the ravens dismal croak is forgotten when the wood thrush sings God blew the man of cheer There is plenty of trouble here and we need not increase it There is a lot of dying done ahead of time Ex PICTURE FRAMES You will find everything that is new and uptodate car ried in stock and made to order at Willgings 209 W Main St Xmas Soap Put uo 2 and 3 cakes in a box Very attractive very fine and choice Just right for Xmas PERRY t TIIOMAS itrvicts at the Christian Church Christmas servtces at the Christina Church will be observed Sniday nigh the pastor Rev Hugh McLellan hay- Ing charge of same The Christmas tree entertainment will bo given on Monday night Estray star Cam to my premises on the Barnes Mill pike November 26 1905 Red and white spotted steer and will weigh about JKX pound dehorned Owneram have same by proving property and paying all charges on same Uec204t W T ADAMS Strayed- A brown mare 15 hands high with a few white harson neck caused by wind listola anti a small 3year old blacf mule with small wart on right fore leg This stuck strayed from my place ae Panola Tuesday Dec 12 Liberal reward will be paid for information lead lug to recovery JOHN Coox It Panola Ky WELCOME Mr and Mrs Seth Tudor are rejoicing over the arrival of a flue son on Monday Christened James Christo pher in honor of his two grandfathers Accidentally Shot Mr L B Smith agent for the L S A road at Million this county acci dentally shot himself in the foot last Wednesday night While closing his office his revolver was discharged tho boll striking his foot Drs Runyon and Cox were hastily summoned and dressed the wound Mr Smith is stilt at work mind thinks he will not hive to lose any time which is gratifying news to his many friends ACROiS THE STREET On and after January 1 1906 I will he located in the McKee building across the street from my present location corner Main and First streets 1 will serve Court day dinner in my new quarters and kindly invite my old friends and patrons a veil as all o hers Jto rHrmmner the puce and call and get their meals RespechtllyAlas MEHIHTT We want vour Turkeys PoultryHighest I H NEFF- DOVlr lul Richmond Ky t Christmas Serrlce ITheJe will be special Chrietmas ser the Methodist Church next Sunday The public is cordially invited to be present Court Diy Foslponed On account of New Ycarsday falling on Monday the regular County Court TuesdayJanuary FOR RENT Two nice office rooms on Main street tf Douglas Culton for Rest A store room dwelling blacksmith shop and tools at forks of Barnes Mill pike seven mile west of Richmond MKS J M COTTON R F D No1 dtc20 3t Richmond Ky Good Assignments Senator McCreary has been placed on the following committees Foreign Relations and Immigratiou Philip pines Pacific Railroads Industrial Arts and Expositions and the comnit tee to investigate various branches ol Civil Service Held Over to the Grand Jury The preliminary hearing of Jas Baker charged with malicious cutting and wounding AR Harris and the Charge of shooting and wounding against Mr Harris was be d before Judge Rice m the Police Court Saturday Both parties were held over to the grand jury without bond Who Can B at It Mrs Frank Stewart of Red House sold to Mr George Noland agent for Embry Moborlev Co 55 turkeys averaging 174 5 lbs all amounting to 11855 a fraction over 215 each Mrs Stewart Is considered the brag turkey raiser of Red House OVAL PICTURE MATS We h ve added to our frame shop the latest improved Oval mat cutter and are now pre pered to furnish machine cut ovals and and frame your pict ures in the latest and best style on short notice Willging 209 W Main St Attention Sir Knights of Richmond tomnunday No 19 By order of the R E Grand Com mander of the Grand Commandery Kentucky you are requested to be present in full uniform in the Asylum of Richmond Commandery No 19 at 11 oclock a m Dec 25th 1905 to partici pate in our Annual Christmas Obser vanceA invitation is extended to the ladies to be present Muic by the ladies ot the Cecilian Club J A HIGGINS Recorder Holiday Rates On account of Christmas and New Year holidays the Louisville Atlantic 11 R Co will selround trip tickets to all points south of the Ohio and Poto mac and east of the Mississippi rivers on flee 22ad to 25th 30th 3Ut and Jan 1st at rate oftune and one third fares good tor return until Jan 4 1906 To students ot schools and colleges rates will be given on uec 17th to 23rd good for return Jan 8th 1900 For further information call upon local agent or R A WOOLUMS S A Never More There was a man in Richmond and he was wondrous wise he marked a silver dollar and gave it all to Llze she went to see the butcher and she blew the dollar init wasnt long be fore the coin came back again to him He took it to the merchant and bought a dress for Janebefore the week had finished no hack came the plunk again he spent the coin in Richmond full filty times or more but always got it back again and spent it oer and oer lint when he sent a dollar to some de partment store rwas gore for good forever and he never saw it more Borrowed for the Occasion A Few of the J0000 McCall Patterns 90J2Ladies Box Coat Price J5 cents Also a full line of Fall Dress Goods lOcecia 5 cents yard9320c Ladles Eton Jacket per Price J5 cents 9276 Ladies Nine Gpred Respectfully Submitted to the Skirt Price J 5 cents Cash Trade LiEr c CASH SAVEDa ON Xmas Suits and Overcoats IOfcourse youll want a new Suit or Overcoat i Our big stock offers unequaled opportunity to please your fancy and our GetCash prices mean a big saving to your pocketbook All Suits and Coats go at these reduced prices including Sithe famous Kenton brands the best clothing made 1 18 00 Cut to 12 50 and 15 00 15 00 10 00I 12 50 12 50I 8 50j 10 00 10 00 4 7 50I 8 50 8 00 5 00I 7 00 Lot of broken sizes and old suits reduced from 10 and 1250 to 350 and 5 Good for work suits Great Saving on j Boys Suits and Overcoats An unusual opportunity to clothe the boy in the best fitting and best wearing clothes made at prices as low as the cheapest grades 4i1 7 00 and 6 00now 475P 5 00I 3 00and 3 95 JT 4 00 2 50 2 95 3 50 2 25 275 2 50 1J9j Reductions on boys long pant suits same as mens suits JII6 COVINGTON16 11b It 11i 71rs ya y ya Y 1V e W V l tl 7 ttJ i 1f3 Y O Qty Uerfc Whites Explanation City Clerk W H White returned Monday night from Atlanta ja where he has been for several wtett in the interost of the Kuiran Gas Engine Co as their representative ii that section of the south Mr White returned to Richmond with the view of having the Mayor to call a meeting of the City Council to chock up his books as clerk of this city turn anle over to his suc cessor and receive his quietus as clerk of Richmond Prior to Mr Whites arrival the editor of the Climax received the following letter in which he gives his reasons for leaving this city before his term of office expired MACON GA De111905- Ma A D MILLEK Dear FriendI hear there are nu merous reports about me skipping the country and leaving a shortage lie hind me I wish to say that when I left Richmond I notifl d the Mayor Mr Tevis when I would return and bays nw booke and everytHa checked up and turned over to my successor I was in no hurry as my term of office did not expire until January 1936 and thought that if I returned by December 2Jth ard checked up that it was all that was necessary but it seems that somebody grew a little impatient and took advantage tf me in trying to expose me before the time It looks as though this was rather premature and of course I regret very much that such a thing has happened You can say to the public that I have not and did not leave with the intention of defrauding the city and had always from time I left until now intended and am coming back December 20thI No body will lose one copper cent by me When I come I will have my City Clerks affairs renovated from one end to the other nod if the city is due any thing they will certainly get it I acknowledge now that it was very negli gent on my part in leaving without having meeting of the Council but nevertheless it has happened and cant be helped Please eav for me that I have not absconded but will re turn December 20th As you being a member of the Finance Committee I write you to explain myself and whereabouts and my intentions I remain Yours respt- W H WHITE tare Your Boy a Uunce To become a successful honored and wealth man by attending the Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington Ky Its course is practical and cheap Nearly 500 young men attend this College annually from twenty States Business shorthand and teles riphy specialties 65 has paid tor tuition and board for manv who aro now receiving 100 per m nth salary before attending only 25 per month For large illustrated catalogue free ad dross WILBUR R SMITI- tLexington Ky Home Coming Wok The Commercial Club of Louisville has fixed June 13 to 17 inclusive as home coming week for former Ken tuckians and already grand prepara tions are being made to make the event a most elaborate one The first day will be known as Reception and Welcome Day and it is Intended that every county in the state shall have headquarters in the Armory building where registration will take place This will be followed by civic and mili tary parades Colonel Henry Walter son will deliver the address of Wel come and the Response will he made by ex Gov David R Francis of Mis byIOther days will be known as Foster Dav when the memory of Stephen C Foster the composer of My Old Ken tuck Home will be honourd Dan lid Boone Day1 tfreater Kentucky Dayaud fur each one an elaborate program has been arranged Hand wins invitation will be Usu d socm t Will Locate io Lexington Dr W W Rurgin for many years one of our leading dentists will leuv tho first of the year fr Lexington vhere he will locate for the practice of his profusion Dr Burgin and family have made many friends here who deeply regret to give tlum up but trust that his removal will reap hun much success Acquiring Fame Miss Nettie L Pond who for a num ber of years was our valued correspon dent from Kirksville but who now re sides at LeRoy Illinois is acquiring considerable fame as a song writer She hiss written quite a number oi beautiful ballads which are now in a Chicago publishing house Miss Pond has been offered a rovalty by both the Chicago firm and a Cincinnati house Such pleasant news from Miss Pond will be gratifying to her many friends and elsewhere A ASeriousMatter but no blood shed has been the excit lug occurrence at the Country Store ever since December Court Day in defending the rights and liberties of the thousands of emigrants pouring into the Country Store seeking protection with their clothes pinned all over with their hands and pockets Bluffed fullof all manner and forms of sale bills directing them to the East End West End Mill Eud Loom End Sweep End sales and various other Ends ot sales all pulling and begging to unload all the odds and ends These good peoplo possessing their share of good old Mother Wit determined to seek refuge from the endless ends of tho odds and ends and take up their future pace of business at the Country Store the friend of the consumer the poor mans friend the place where all stores are found in one Headquarters for all holiday goods at cost the place to find all Christmas presents and the place to sell all your eggs chickens turkeys hides furs beeswax and tallow at the top cash prices The place where you can sell everything is the place to buy everything Tell all your neighbors where they can sell all their products for the Iigiest prices where they can buy all their supplies for the lowest prices Whqn this battle is over and the smoke all cleared away you will find the good people rushing for bargains at the Country Store Mite the hungry town people at a big sate dinner Bring on all your produce and take back your supplies The harvest is ripeand plenty for everybody Respectfully COLYFU Buos OOOIdepot I q Moving to Paint Lick Tr John A Snowilen who moved from Clark county to KirkhVille sometime ago is moving this week to Paint lick where he ha bought the Nichols property The doctor made a host of friends at Kirksville and vicinity who regret to have him leave hut who wish him much success in his new Geld Miss Templenun Wins Though By a Small Compromise Judge JT C Bach has just returned from Winchester where he succeeded in compromising the suit of Miss S M Templeman ol Richmond against James Hargis etc in the Clark Cir cuit Court This was a suit by Miss Temoleman for the recovery of about S900 for services as stenographer in taking the tee timony in the celebrated damage suit of Mrs Marcum against the Hargises and Callahan in the Clark Circuit Court By the terms or the compro mise Hargis and Callahan pay Miss Templeman 800 Lexington Herald Little Love Stories Mr James Gowan of Garrard and Miss Stevie Moore of this county were married last Thursday by Rev J A Smith at his residence on Third street After the ceremony the happy coup repaired to the brides home where a elegant dinner wis served Mr R f McCord of Rnd House ami Mrs Lucy Cowen Farris of Sharps burg were married last Wednesday at the home of Mrs Leo Games in Mt Sterling the ceremony being performed by Rev H D Clark rhe rom is one of our countys most prosperous and best known farmers WESTBIOGEltSTAFFJr J Lynne West and Miss Lucy BigeerrtafT wear married last Tuesday at the residence of Rev Hugh McLellan that clergy man offiqfating Danielis o Berea were married last Wednesday by require Dykes in his usual pleaslnp utanuer A rartots Bat Gut to a 600 r a Business Course Shorthand TjpeRTitmg or Telegraphy at Wilbur f R Smith Business College Lexing tot Ky RiU famous college has edu cated thousands ot successful young men located all over America among whom are xfercliant Bankers Offi data ando hers in this vicinity A courseat thi college prepares one at the feast exp tse to manage or protect his own buwrosvor to get position For partkalarf write to- WjLSUaJ R SMITH Le iiRtout Xjr ailJ What to Buy for H is Xmas GiftIt goes without saying that the place to buy a gift for man or boy is at a mans store There youll find articles best adapted to his taste and needs gifts that will be most heartily appreciated Kind ly read these suggestions Fine Rain Coats Fine stock to choose from and- appreciatenothing he would more Smoking Jackets Beautiful assortment of newest styles and patterns BathRobes i o Gorgeous colors or more sedate tones large assortment to choose from fterca College Gets 1000- 0Iabliebeanestsamounting to 450 Oft are provided in the will of the late Mrs Helen G Cobnrn of Boston which has linen filed in the probate court of Sulliilk county Barea Col lege is is included in her bequests and is to receive 10000 Not only 10000 from Mrs Coburn but also S5 000 has lately been left to this Institution byj Miss Anne Walworth of Loveland who died recentlytThe barland Bennett Welding A piotty home wedding wascele hrated on Thursday December 14th at one ocl etc at the residence of Mr and Mis JamesBgntiett on W Main St when Miss Laura Clay flennett the yocvgest daughter cf the house aeciine Mrs Erskine Rnssel Garland No home ii the town is moie attractive in its appointments or extends more gracious hospitality than the Btii net t home and as the guests stepped from the wintry sunshine with out iuto the cheerful warmth of the beautiful ball with its graceful stairway and handsome die place were greeted with charming informality by Mr and Mrs Beunett Mrs Collins and Mrs Smith the married daughters and Mr Warfleld Bennett the only eon The parlors and hall had been decorated for the occasion with fes toons of smilax in generous profusion and large bunches of brides roses nodded gracemlly on their fragrant stems making an attractive color scheme of white and green Pornptlyatone oclock Miss Flor rie Citenauit began the wedding march Lolmngrius beautiful chorus and while the street strains of Here comes the Bride were ringing in our ears she appeared leaning upon the aim of the mama of her choie The minister the Rev Mr Hill of the Methodist church immediatelvatepped into posi time while Miss Helen Bennett maid of honor and Mr Lon of We t Vir ginia the best man who had entered the roonUnformally quietly assumed their places and the beautiful word- were s on spoken that completed th worldold story and united forever two iioarw and two lives The bride is the youngest of four charming sisters an attractive cultured trayeled young woman She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James Bennett Alia Bennett having been Miss allle flay second daughter of Genl Cassius Marcellus Cluv of White Halla national figure during the iOi g years of his eventful lifen Garland the gioom comes of a fine old stock of Virginia Cavaliers and has penonal worth as well as family position to recommend him He is a prominent young business man of Huntingion W ya being associated with hi father Mr T S Garland i business and will introduce his wif to a family circle composed of the most subbtMitial and most prominent people of hit community Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Garland Jeft amid a shower of rice and jood wishes and broaded the north bound train for a short wedding trip for a short wedding trip after tLeifr at r hone Third Avenue in blunting ton were exquisite the IThehrldalllfts a case of silver trot Bennett the brides parents a handsome Tiffany glass epergne set in silver and a large cut glass platter from Mr and Mrs T S Garland and a magnificent silver code service whi li has been handed down in the Clay family forgenerations from Miss Laura Clay the brides aunt for whom she was named May the Vautilnl sunshine of their wedding day be typical of the bright ness of tiwt ttnitesl livesthat will grow more and mortt in harmony as the years passhy3perfect triuucMt to ruble syntsbrt c Will Celebrate IhiMnus For the first time in ten years the CLIMAX will enjoy Christmas holiday hence no paper will be issued next week Heretofore it has been our custom to work on holidays of whatsoever nature However on account of some neededrepairs which cannot be mails while work is going on we have da cided to omit one issue of the CLIMAX We make this previous notice in order our subscribers may understand not getting a paper next week but may expect one the week following Case Compromised In the famous MarcumHargis damage suit Miss S M Templeman of Richmond was the official stenographer When James Hargis and Ed Callahan appealed from the decision of the court Judge Benton ordered Miss Temple man to furnish them with a copyof the record As the trial occupied nearly a month the record was a very voluminous one the cost being about 900 In order to secure payment Miss Temple man brought suit in the circuit court of this county and obtained judgment The sheriff found no property with which to satisfy the eiJTutioii and she then made the Winchester Baltic and Jackson Deposit Bank parties to the suit as to the money defendants had on deposit Both banks announced that defendants had no money on deposit at the designated time Saturday Judge- J J Bach of Jackson was here and compromised the matter by the terms of which Hargis and Callahan are to pay Miss Templeman 800 Winchester Democrat Umbrellas J ltasNeckwear tGloves ft I- Jt Suspenders 4 tr J t r Hosiery tCuff Buttons tjSuit Cases IR Mufflerstp t1it9fpleasefancy IJ BANKSttt1 l Christmas Obseevance The following invitations have been issuedRichmond Commandery K T No 19 requests the pleasure of your company at their Annual Christmas Observance- in their Asylum Monday December 25 1005 1100 a m Music by theladiesof tie Cecilian Club Sir Knights in full uniform The following is the program for the occasion which promises to be a most delightful one MusicChristmas Carol The Welcome May you live all the days of your liIeEm Sir W n1 Shackeltord Music Ye Knight and his Lady of ye olden timeWith spirit of honour edged more sharper than your swordSir- R W Miller Music Carol Our OrderHealtl peace and many a bloodless year to fight their battles oerVery Eminent Sir R R Hurnani IUSIC S 0 t 7Christmay DayUpou our land a thousand thousand blessings Sir Hugh McLellan Auld Lange Syne WantedIFive or six copies of the Climax of November 8th We will pay 10 cents- a piece for sameI Distillery Ra1 edIChief Deputy Bland Ballard of the local revenue office returned yesterday afternoon from Middlesboro where he assisted in the raiding of the Middles t boro IIderand Tennessee assisted by Deputies f Ballard R A Burnside of Lancaster J W BarlowLouisvilIe and C ORey noldsLex It has been suspected for J some time that whisky was being taken from the warehouse on which the gov eminent tax had never been paid andI in view of this suspicion the officers have been watchin the place for sever al days Fourteen thousand gallons of whisky and the entire plant are now midIwas arrested charged with being in league with the distilling company operators in disposing of their whisky by alleged illegal methods The offictrsIof the company are among prominent men in that city and Deputy Ballard sad this morning that arrestsIof a sensational nature would shortly Smith will be tried WednesI t day at PinevilleDanville thin 2 Ettw enlslNearly all the churches are preparing Christmas entertain ments ot various forms The Sunday School children are looking forward with great pleasure to the coming of Santa Claus and the Christmas trees differentIannual tree for the poor of the city l l 71 7il l 7571 I 71 F 7IJ1 71 71 I I Articlesr1 diristmfls FOR Presents i+ 1m Leather Suit Cases 250 to 10 10eShoes Hats Caps Shirts Collars Neck Ties Mufflers t 71 Gloves Suspenders Handkerchiefs Socks Cuff Buttons 2fa Collar Buttons Umbrellas Fancy Vests Sweater House 71 71Slippers Rubber Boots Felt Boots 171 t 1 71 RICE and ARNOLD pI- e THE ONE PRICE HOUSE + r tk o 1 I n tits J ==J =ILJ1JL I= JLJLL J1 =JLL IIIIt JIJI =IL JL JL =AIL JLIL tL J- Youll Be-t DOLLARS IAheady y T Y Y Y iY Y Y T Tw ll w r r r rr cFrom Kitchen to Parlor w Furniture Queensware h Carpets Window ShadeshI Rugs Lace CurtainstJ t Matting Beds and Bedding t Cooking and Heating Stoves if Your home furnished complete with new andhattractive hoods We solicit your trade guarantee satisfctiontwill save from 10 to 20 per cent IdLninon YtiggllS Main street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky e i fiti 1 1i For Christmas B 1I l1YU try Jl m Everything you can think of from the handsomest China Cut Glass and Brie aBrae down to the smallest toys Ourstock was never so complete A visit to our store wil I be it revelation to you We have Christmas goods galore We are Santa Claus Headquarters Come in and see the biggest line of Cluistmas goods ever brought to Richmond g ljL F IThe RacKet Store East Main Street Jt t i IY GX Te I1 iIIJ iottrirThe iG business for fall has begun The opportunity for special bargains and m i nice selections from new stock is now yours x I Furniture I0 Carpets and Matting and if the goods suit we make the price Ifg suit r S 11ItIeI IeI eI ak FURSAT REDUCED PRICES We will sell all our Furs at reduced prices Learn valnet It is easy to make a mistake in FURS Look to quality before price Do not be deceived by words See for yourself Our Furs are well made We give value received every time Our knowledge and guaranteed are back of it aidFurs at Reduced Prices Repairing and Remodeling a Specialty r M Uo venthalFURRIER Fayette Phone 1162 222 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY AJUALLSIsjttrueyouwantto aokoldP 1rt L ry fjJ VEGETABLE SICILIAN HairRenewerthen keep your gravr hair If not colorofc Ju r Y A A A 6 A A A A PAINFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from painful periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take i netoJrduiWomans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE us A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confi dence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn Every Ounce Burns and gives out its proportionate amount of beat When you order 1bSt coal from us YOU GET IT And It is cer tainly satisfaction to know thatyou ca have a big HOT FIRE if you need it el n r ana Will Office and Yard at L N Depot Telephone 142- Ful Renting ani Slock Sle I WILL ON Thursday Dec 2J Rent inr entire farm J905Iabout 400 acres about TO rr 80 yearThere i ginand clover On this farm are two resi dent in good repair and all necessary outbuildings A tobacco barn and Sticks that will hold from 17 to 20 acres One of the best etock barns in ty and sheds for stock and thecounII tenant houses on the farm I will also rent on the same date my residence store house scales and shop at Million Station on the L A railroad The store room is one of the best situated rooms in Madison county There is also a good garden with residence The lollowing ttock will be sold t the highest bidder 75 head No 1 good ewes 3 good milch cows 8 spring ers one fat cow two fat heifers Yoarllngheilersow and pigs 20000 pounds tobacco in barn partly stripped 1 sorrel burgy mare 4 soars old the best in Madison gentleforgoidriverd a been driven 2 yearling horse colts one by Verdict one by Hocknpy as good as can be found yearling horse bay saddle mare 7 years old 1 sorrel mare a family nag gentle for lady and in foal to Peavill 1 bay mare 5 years old will work anywhere an same in foal to jack 1 pair horee homing 1C hands high 1 pair mare mules comln three pair blac mare mules weanlings 2 horse mule colts weanlings 1 aged sorrel mare mule Iwill also sell the following farming implements consisting o plows gear two 2 horse wagons mower harrows A and iliac cutting box corn sheller and dropper about 100 bales of straw oats and corn fodder sled and roclmwayIand spring wagon cradles grind stones mowing blades etc Liberal terms will be made known anyonedesirinvB B MILLION t1ecG 3t Million Ky IL II II = 0 or an f for and T Y Y Y Y Y I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle view N C at my monthly periods all my life but the first bottle of Car dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than have been for a long time Important change of Time on S ulhrn Railway On Friday December 1st the fol lowing chants in time of Southern Railway trains will become effective No1 now leaving Louisville at 740 a m will depart at S00 a in No 0 now leaving Louisville at 350 p in will delta t at330p m No 23 now leaving Louisville at 725 p in will depart at 745 p m No 24 now leaving Lexington at 010 a m will depart at 545 a m No2 now IfHYitiK Lexington at 530 p m will depart at 500 p m changes will be made at local stations and passengers intending to use these trains should con Stilt ticket agents fur complete mation G H DPA Anna Eva ray Anna Eva Fay returns to Lexington opera house for the soak of Decem severalnseasons She will be seen for the entire season with matinees Thursday and Friday Miss Fay is the most woman on the Amer iean stage and her wonderful work of mysticism Is the wonder of the scien tific world Sh is what one would call a realmind wader No one else has ever done any thing like what she does and it all mains There is a wide interest in her engage ment in Lexin- gtonComiiar S al Elizabeth Doziers Execs Notice of Sale in Eq By virtue ota Judgment an of Sale of the M 11II OIl Jinui rendered at the Special iPrhl 1905 in the above style cant dersigned will on Thursday Between the horns of 10 oclic mud 11 oclock a n on thA- i in Madison coniiy Ky piuc pose to public sale to the hjland best bidder the followj g led property viz FTwo of Land in Madison county Kybeinj owned and occupied by Allr and wife during their lice tin their death town Tract No 1 the merly owned by O tilvauWhite Samuel Bennett ur 38 saran more or Tract on the losing pike road adjoining the J tract or parcel of lane ding ICi acres morn or less f particular de criplj11 o FW bktile ludgirlgntl j Said laud will ba riff re for sate separately and thou as a wh e and will be sold the way Ixingiug the most money On said land is situated a dwelling house etc Terms Sale will he made on a relit ofsix and twelve months Tho pur chaser or purchasers will b required tot glue bond or bonds with approved Re curtly for the payment or tt purchase money to have the force aT effect of Bond bearing lej tl interest from day f sale with a Lien1 served on said property until all th purchase money is paid R H THORPE M C C C winter time is coming Dont let the cold weather catch you without a pppA Heater TightsWhenG o o k Stoveerxmine our Queen We are are agent for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Drills Repairlugclass hardware store G A TAYLOR III ATtnvestingOverco yourself and that iJfor No2 J j A A OP South Dakota Station Is Second In the Work Well Known S DThehas just at the fish and it now ranks secoid in the United States The station Is now over 5000000 fish fry each year to different parts of the country This record has not been reached by any other fish In the United States Ship ments of eggs are made to many points in the country as far west as Portland to trout In Maine The grounds are located in the sha dow of the highest In the mace Mills and form a natural basin suitable to the of small fish as If nature had it for that purpose Creek has been to provide the many ponds where millions of fish are hatched The whole station Is a mass of stone walls to rev tain the water A huge stone has been built a the bead of the creek to supply the necessary water for the bulkhead is 400 feet long eight feet high and 14 feet In width A sim lilaI bulkhead but not so large has keen built along the north side of the station to guard against any sudden flood Only a few years ago the hatch ery was by a spring freshet A engine has been Installed to force water to the many parts of the and other im 11000 DARN BY of a Denver Woman Will Make Duty a Beal Denver The genius of a Denver woman to tan the process of stocking darning Mrs Agnes G Is for tho invention The Tor the which those who know say will not Mrs al most came to uer one day while she was working at her sowing said Mrs I begun to wonder if the same scheme could not be applied to stocking darn tug I had always darned table cloths and napkins by them across the hoops and then with the finest cot ton thread bad worked the machine back and forth until the hole was en tirely closed The darner Is a small band Df steel about of an inch thick and in Is about six and a half Inches One edge lastiny prongs which hold the material in place like the second hoop In the set and on the other edge are bars scarcely thicker than an ordi nary pin which project and hold down the part of the which is not being mended The darner can be used on any sew ing machine made IN A of Woman One F H- sd Ili tp9 th At j Jtott1h r s on w 3r Quigley of had a fourhour battle wIth a deer Mn Long Island sound off Mer wins Point Milford He finally overt came the animal and brought it ashore Quigley had rowed two miles out to examine his lobster pots when he saw the buck in The deer turned and swam out again with Quigley pur suing For three miles man and deer raced toward Long Island before Quigley drew The deers hind feet flew out and nearly crushed the boat Quigley seized the deer by thetall and was to the middle of the sound The boat shipped water but Quigley clung to the deer with one hand and balled with the other He finally slipped a rope around the deers les and sot it Into the boat The deer weighs 275 pounds and it is be lieved came from Long Island Take Bath An just passed by the New ark Del council forbids from taking a bath for a month Trouble over the water supply led to the pas age of the which It is said will be enforced to the letter IT OWES THE BEST BESaCTS LIGHT wife Suit LACKEY HAMILTONCorner First Main Streets RICLDIOND Tm T Y 1Y TT 16 Corresponding HUXQBHFORD Wednesday phenomenal unexplained againsts Dec2 Separate Tray Parcels adjoining containing Replevin Regal Disc TT 1 boy T HATCH MILLIONS FISH Largest CountryIts Spearfish government completed Improvements hatchery distributing hatchery distributing mountains artificially propagation designed Spearfish harnessed bulkhead destroyed hydraulic recently buildings provements aggregating SOCKS MACHINERY Invention Housewifes Pleasure Inventive promises revolution Maynard responsible Inspiration invention Maynard JlflOUOOO machineSuddenly Maynard stretching stocking threefourths circumference embroidery stocking PIANO OFFER BOTTLE Husband Wanting itgnattlerlnasHttr thelSound DerUrCdnDWllllamE Waterllllr swimming alongside towedswiftly Forblddento ordinance Inhabitants ordinance STTie SMITHSONIAN coBsecr TRUSS 1 You can depend en a ood DINNER if baked in a lIA ESTmC ANGEft bakes right because it is made right and of the ri ht material Malleable and Charcoal fon C E DOUGLAS CO ImUll Louisville and- Nashville R R AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets 01 sale dailySpecial Excurson Home Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAnk TRI- PCQDsultyour Local Agent who will pleasure in arranging all details J1IiIni1i1 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