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T E 4JI Th4t1JFll2t RICHMOND CLIMAXIVOLUME 28RICflMONDc MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1901 PROFESSIONAL CARD- SATOfl1S RW MILLER AfOINTATLW RICHMOND KBKTDCXT Office n the Bnrnum Building neztdoor to oners National Bank vftbaly scrLL rVAJA ATTOBNBYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main stre- etJCD M OHENAIJLT- ATTORNEYSATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AltorneyatLa RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1Office over Taylor Bros Store JCKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY office over Thunnan Grocery Company U PSYSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in th oe CcHins building 18 and to Second Street OTH fflute a old drugstore 17 eRAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary ColLege Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OSOffice at tUble on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky prtly IT C ASPRR M D Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Buildinc Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS MDGW rPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURQEHT 1 1T 1e t omoD- ENTI5T op LOUISVILLE Kr- 0arOffice next door to Government Building RlchmSncl Ky Office hours to 121 to i novlTly Dr Louis II Landman formerly of Cincinnati Ohio No 1111 Madison Avenue Covington Ky will be at hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY AUG 14 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich ondKymayl1yPractice limited to the diseases of the eye Our Goods AND Our prices4+4O+ + Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial th ffi 11BOiJiD nB n Dllilll Do The ladies caniiot be decei ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with White AND Gibson1 THE BEST PAPER Published in the UnitedStates for Democrats and for ALL readers Is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of dailies and the Hprlqrpfa- l1 other cemiweeklles or weeU ls Wednesday and Saturday W cepte year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday Issue is devoted to Jfewi the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commtssloa to Agents 8wlecopies cheerfully sent free to riM art for them Write to COURIE3JOUWAL C- Oioa1yWeKy DY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN OETTU- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND TUB TwictaVssk CHriIrJwu Both One Year for Only sro It Always Stops at Expiration of Stibcrijptiov for tula nto lMfanutofJ rr CCO i JEWELRY iC c4The largest stock in central Kentucky be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing plitSecond and i+ Watches also 10 finei+++ Expert Workmen- I MEDALSCLSSing done by a flue Engiaver Have you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times ily Motto is RELIABLE GOODS AND FAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 67 E KYl3Tcbly JAPANESE Pti4 CUREofUProsITORlEStCpeulca OperaUolIwIthDdPeIdonapeanencnroadoftrsnlUnZ this terrible disease We Pack a Written oclrJlaltorbeDelllarecelvbl mall BoxCONSTIPATION RIOULATORaDdto take epedallT for chllareus ne GenlnaJincso Cietb x For sale by Stockton Hagan Druggists IDl11ID J131Ufl raID Successor to J W AzbUl fey rceIRVINE ST Sals Slbh NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my old customers calland see me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch27ly KENTUCKY Ware now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs inc 7 i WfA7J 4- tPjper t for Summer and Fall trade Comprising many rpretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- ejust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator njanlf PHONE 75 SOUTHERN RtI EY1tY IN KENTUCKY tttitwt Jehsdilt In fet MijIO 103 omrn Na L j No5 No1 LT Louisville 745am 400pm 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oOTlll 8 S- ILanoa i 49I1iArMcrMlwmjII i 2ISI- NewAr OcieIe jI ti Na J through sleeping oar LoaUrHle to Bp aIIIgTIa LeztngItB4- i CII lSIf It rnlon s-1 Li1ets r No free eMentkIIt ekalr WLezte tsa tt LeuInJfe icMII4siq AH MbM b4WeSELOIIYftI LexIgIen sal Betweesi VerMtttM iadoHw1niJfe H aM HdaHy KM Sf2- Vislll Wly w Swrfay WMii IU1MOB 4 lilt Irvtee daily cxeept UkMUy 0utnhke Funi MvraG3LJ V1- WMh1tDC Da- A fGP J gPA ga A Pen Picture of Se 4Tocan party in Kentucky come when ml dominatlonjjTthe luck and audacity a membcrof the IDj S Senate The leaders who mado re publicanitin respectable in the old days may4forest deliberate body on earth as the1 most monumental aes that ever strayed from a barnyard If intelligence were an epidemic with germs so thick that they could be sawed into paving blocks Deboe would not catch a gleam If an idea were by chance to enter his head it would starve to death before it coul make the journey through the desert waste where the gray matter is found III the ordinary human skull If Darwin is right and no earnest studcnt- can read his Descent of Man without giving his theory serious consideration Debon should now be hanging by bi tail from the branches of R cocoanut tree in Central Africa instead of be spattering the walls of the United States Senate with mangled parts ol1 speech His address on tho Nicaraguan Canal was the vaporing of an idiot The trar ditional bull in the China shop was gentlemanly in his conduct compared with what Deboe did to his motherftongue in that hash of stolen unintelligible gibberish He would not know a past participle if he met one Tn the road and if some one were to mod tion a split infinitive in his presence he would want to know what district the gentleman represented The density iif this fellows iffnpranco is BOjreat that it carrhotTjemeosured A geol gist would have to cut through a substrata of dullness so wide and deep that he would lind in the paleozic debris traces of the mammoth and Dodo bird and other extinct species If Deboe could be mummified as be is in the full flower and raidianco of his idiocy he would be the most valuable asset in possession of the National Museum from the soles of his No 11 shoes to the crown of his No 4 hat theres not an inch of him that is not soaked with con ceit Ho is entirely satisfied with him self Ho can look wise and know less than anything yet discovered with the ability to talk And this is the inspired statesman in whose behalf the Nii tionla administrations is wrecking the republican party in Kentucky He must notbe returned to tho United States Senato at all hazards A reunited and determined democracy wilt save tho State that ditJraceDall E OSulli vans Free Lance PAINT LIGK Wo hid some hail Sunday evening TliV little baby of W S Fish has been quite sick James Bntner bad avery severe spell of cholera morbus Will Tevis had two or three head of cattle killed by lightulngv j fV K N Beazley has secured if patent on his man power machine jFfaTS Estridgmour wideawake mer chant has put a glues front in his new store room The prospects for a heavy oat crop was never better in this vicinity mead owe will also be good T S Burnam has bad his scales at the mill remodled and he is now ready to weigh the peoples wheat This has been a busy week with the farmers catting wheat They report the crop considerably damaged by the fly The directors met with cashier G W Kemper and opened the bank for business Monday So it is Jin trouble to net all the money you vrantin Paint Lick r Mr T S Burnnm received a telegram from his partner at lerry Mr I C Rocker that he had sold their flour ing mill andgayejtposscsion Monday morning Wearo glad to know lbs t Mr Thicker and family will come back to Taint Lick Judge N A Turpin of Richmond completed his contract on time Lank 1tbtheIworked a force of hands and they were the qnkest lot of men wo over saw to guttler there was not a loud word spoken during their stay here Mr Tnrpin made friends of everybody and if the Paint Lickpeopleihml aiyotejn Madison county a TI11l1Iiwgullljehe hex t Jaunty iud a A good ninny politicians Slot off their mouths on the glorious Fourth Unfortunately many of them are both r peaters and smoothbores WOMAN 1 iSUKEADBJCXTE fMUSICAL INSTRUMENT In good condition she Is sweet and lovable and sings lifes Sang on a Joyful harmonious string Out of order or unstrung there Is discordance and unhappiness Just as there bone keynotctoallmucsothrllisone key note to health A wc5m2nmlgptaswell try to ly without wings as to feel well and look well who the organs that make her a woman are weak or diseased She must be healthy Inside or she cant be healthy outside There are thousands of women suffering sllentlyal 1 over the country Mistaken modety rsitheir silence While there Is psMtf JMM admirable than a modest womaua MkMktif of the first Importance Ev ryiwiK ceef Ideratlon should give way before ltl ra4i fields Female Regulator is a moete twomen lib ltJe thesafestandqulck est way to cure lou corrhea falling of the womb nervousness headache backache and gen eral weakness You will be Mtonl5bc4- at the recult ac hv- been eiperlfivenVi tag with etlir a caled T pif Idles We arc not asking ercttlntyJT happy thousands of WhatltM8 It tan do for you Sold la drug Ito focI a bottle fri llltntraleA vlBU KOC t all dI- iULDnIt JKCUATMCO t McCrears Candidacy The outlook for lIon James B Mc Creary for U S Senator crows brighter as Democratic nominations for repre sentative and State Senator are made He Rets about one a week now but a few days ago four gentlemen strong for him were given the banner to car Republicanswho are opposing Mr McCreary have all seen the haudwritting on the wall and readily realize that it is a waste of time and money to try to defeat that gallant statesman and tried and true Democrat Deboes day as Senatorfor Which offise the good Lord nevercreat ed him is rapidly drawing to a close and soon lie will be sent back to his outraged constitunency and his seat in time Senate filled by a gentleman whose name will not make Kentuckians blush witli shame when they heard it A bet ter day ie in sight for which lot us all give thanks Stanford Journal Low Rales via Queen and Crescent Roule to The Following Points WorkersAssembly 8lIUwauk0 E July 23 to 25 Long limit and low rates MeetsugState25 One fare the round trip good returning August 10 Conferencegood returning August 27 Ask ticket gents for full particularsy RELIGIOUS By the will of tho late W T Grant tlePresbyterianbranch of Central ill be provisionthat55000 CentralChristmanfrom the pulpit his wish that the men of tho congregation appear in shirt waists during time hot months He says he believes in having common sense in religion shouldbehealsthecounterfeits be sure to get DeWitta PERRY THOMAS It seems most extraordinary that Senator Beveridge bad to go all the way to Russia in order to find somebody who disagreed with him on a good many topics Surely ho might nvo been aummod ted ueaier home Low Rates lo the Pan American Exposition PoembloSouth Consult ticket agent for rule and lull information IGnmyif Shamrock II is said to be too slow and steps are being taken to send an other boat in place of her Now give Lawson a chance with the Independ ence or we may lose the cup yet- I wish to truthfully state to you and the readers of these few lines that your lodol Dyspepsia Cure is without question the best and only cure for dyspepsia that I hayo over come in contact with arid I have used mans lleamMiddlesexKodol Dyspepsia Cure as it contains all the natural digestants It will digest all kinds of food and cant help but do vougoodPERRy THOMAS Remember the horsesin this weathcrl When you must work them dont forget to put their bonnets on getcuredtaken now and then will always keep Theinevergrlpe i Perry fhumBSISingularly enough decadentSpanish DeWittsLittleaud bowels to do their duty thus givine you pure rich to recuperate your body Are easv to take Sever grip PERCY tTHOMAS playingj smashed his private bottle ANTITOXIN FUR SfflXB DISEASES jrBeturni from the Board of hoe l States in the Com BeltehowIossejng0 IIDeyanxtruelfetml UiIeVauxisavedbythlsreniedythrive r and conuuand a higherprice on the market than those not treatedThe Company guarantees that the Injection ofI absolutelyprevenL failuremoneTaimlnbtcrtheAntitoxinhogs to be treated 1100ICompany 131 V n Bnren llaprlyBRJLYSLD ccnpationTime blackberry andIare numerous Miss Tina Deboe of Jessamine county is visiting relatives hero Eld J T Turpin preached at Harris school house last Sunday afternoon auntviivjHeV Jir T J Sinith had four fine steere killed by lightning on his Crookeyillo Sinn last weekiP Mr N G Todd our popular mer chant attended tho celebration of the Glorious Fourth atJJallory Springs with his best girl Report was brought here that Mr B Kendred ihled Mr Geo Garrett the Fourth of July on the return Jrora Mal lory Sprlflfg See accoHat ot the tra g edjr in local column Mormon Elders are l barvfcialty nlKlir1JJeJ rdooinae with vfor0e6 MtbiHUMi Wiidojwt think however that Jh y art kae14i with tIme warm est hospitality so they h dbe tplod onward to oothllocrfky Gcr BSCKHAX has signed time death warrant of Holly Strut ton the A Aller pnj county inuder fls l August 16 M the elsIe for tha execiition Attorney W 0 Bell of eomtsH fiNd in thm executive rixirtin Btt Franfc fort A petition djnd bjrowr otipens of that dBRnty nM e that th4lu HlaimprwoniIUt DONT WAITE If you Knew how SCOTTS EMULSION would build you weightstrengthen and lungs and put you in condition for next winter you would begin to take it now Send for free eatipc and it SCOTT 8 BOWNE Chemists409415 react Street New York 5ocnaJJico all draffsis VALLEY VIE1Vs IFrom the AreentI Bro Stafford of CllntonvilJe begun a series of meeting at this place last Monday night A D IHurus of Baldwin purchasedt flftyeiclit acres ol land section from his father Capt N D liurrus of Richmond Price not known Mr F Hood Gordon and Dr Henry Jaegarof LoxinEtontHind Bainbridge Richardson of New York are spend ing a few days camping on the Kentucky river HISomehome of Mrs Addle Williams one day last week while the family was out and jaNoMrs Ada Sewers aged eightyfour ears died June 29 at time home of her soninlaw William Hays at Paint Lick She was stricken with paralysis at noon and lived only a few hours She leaves eight children and several grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren time editor oj the Argent being a grandsonmTHE HOME GOLD CURE AS INGENIOUS TKKAT3IRNT BY WHICH IHIUNKAKDS ARE 15E1NU CUItED DAILY IN SlITB 01 THEM SELVES No Noxious Doses No Weakening of the Nerves A 1lra ant ant 1ositiTo Cure fur time Liquor Habit understuodand not weakness A body filled with poisonand nerves completely shattered eriodical or constant use of intoxicat tug liquors requires an antidote of neutralizing amiderndkating tills mieon andttostroying thu craving for toxicants Snffeners may now cure iheiiitiolves at home without publicity or loss of time from business by this wonderful HOME GOLD CUKE which has been perfected after many years of close bttuiy nnd ticatniPiit ol inebriates The faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discov ery is iwsitlvely guaranteed to euro the must obstinnto case no matter how hunt a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thoUsnms of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS CU1UYOUR sppclficfordevised and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste so that it can be given in a CtIi ol tea or coffee without the knowledge ol the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have cured and made tem perate men by having the IIiUIIEi ad ministered by loving friends and rela lives without their knowledgn in coffee Viiscontmflueilwill UO NOT WAIT Do not bode ludeil by ntparent and misleading nn provenient Drive out the disease a l once and for all time The HOME GOLD CURE is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar placing within reach of everybody a treatment more effectual than others coating 25to f50 Full directions accompany cadpackage Special bv skillrt physicians when requestedvmthoutex tra charge Kent prepaid to part of the world on receipt of One Dollar Address Dept C 059 EDWIN B GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 PhiladelphiaAl v confidential Imaylyr Cog W P WALTON editor of e Harrodsburg Democrat and Secretary of tbo Executive Board of time State School of Reform has this to say in the Latutionfrom certain sources is doing a grand work One of the grandest institu tions in time State is the House of Ite form situated in Fayetta county It has been in operation less than 2 years yet lana had 311 inmates ninny of whom would have been sent to the peniten tiarybut for its establishment to be further steeped in crime At present there are U55 pupils and they are be ing given good educations besides taught all kinds of useful employment Those who have been released have been thoronghiy reformed and reports come of them making good citizens A visit to the institution will convince the greatest sceptic of its worth aud the noble work Superintendent and Mrs E H Doak are doing fur tho un fortunate children many of whom have had no ono to guide them in time proper way The institution is now filled to its fullest capacity and tho trustees will ask the Legislature for 100000 for the erection of more buildings They will also ask an increase of the per capita to 100 it having been fouud that time tTiillreii can not bo kept for tlutJ75 allowed IT is quite likely that time next Legislature will be called upon to pass a modern road law The subject of good roads is the most important one the people of Kentucky or of any other State can consider Good roads will add im inensoly tQ the value offarming proper tyaa it will make the markets easily Accessible to farm and ganl n products and by increasing time faciliios and comfort dub in time country will lead to large purchases of lands It now seems that lliorarly hundreds of British Officers itnd men tanya been shot for treachery or cowardice in South Africa and returned as dead from eateric fever Tiiese rovela tioiw hav caused disquiet in many of the thoaimd homes of England which have test numbers throngh this di eMeSeeNmtaSy IXMIK think that 3crehwy lIay to i o exe4 10 Senwtw lJOdte BeiaUOo a ttithllJbtnatt5 psdii irbn the battle oj JSjMiitpai hi Ii evMehtJf uut AO flUecitbef wXe gHWe L A Negro Who Made a Fortune Peter Postell who died at Hopkins yule Ky the other day was probably the richest negro in time South and one of the wealthiest men of his race in America Thirtyseven years ago he was tried there for having no visible means of support but time case was dismissed i be died worth between a quar ter and a half million dollars Ponltll was born sixty years ago in York dis trict North Carolina He was a slave and belonged to Elijah Postcll who old him in 1858 to PJ Glass at Rich mond Va Mr Glass brought him to Hopkinsville At the beginning ol time Civil War he ran away from his master and joined Company II Sixteenth regi ment United States Colored volunteer infantry at Clarksville Tenn lie re turned to Hopkinsville where he was mustered out in 1SGG With 250 capital he started a small grocery two years later Since that time he prospered in a remarkable degree He was ono of the largest real estate owners in that city and held much bank stock turnpike stock and other securities His handsome threestory brick business on the site of the modest little building in which his business career began His dwelling is one of Ihe finest and most beautifully furn hied in Hopkinsville He was a be ever in the higher education of his race All of his children are graduates of Fiske University Hegavn liberally to colored charities and educational slitutions Seven years ago when John C Latham said ho would build a hundred thousand dollar hotel there if Hopkinsville people would subscribe onethird of the amount there was a ass meeting for the purpose of raising the stock lostell from his seat iu the uallery electrified the crowd by sub tcribing 1000 up to that time only a few 50 and 100 subscriptions had been uttered Poslell knew ho would never eal a meal in that hotel but that did not lesson his desire to assist in furthering time citys interests It was a characteristic act Postell was a Re publican and a Methodist and a mem her ot various colored fraternal so cieties Schwab Offered HImSIOO to Quit Drinking Cut out time booze for a year and I will send you 100 said President Charles M Schwab of time United Slates Steel Corporation to Alfred Hudson a mill man at Mingo Junction O Ilohson formerly worked at Brad dock where lie knew Mr Schwab The latter saw him on tho streets while in spooling tho local zulus ami poke to him As time two shook hands Mr Schwab policed that Hobson had been drinking After inquiring about Hob sons family time steel President made hlsl00 offer Hobson went before the Mayor and took the pledge I am after that S100 he suidNow York World Great Coal Trust A Philadelphia dispatch says The VanderbiltMorgan coal combination to control time soft coal output of Pennsylvania Ohio Illinois West Virginia Kentucky Indiana Virginia and Maryland lulls been formed Mark Ilanna is one of the chief backers of the com bine which will rival in scope the great steel trust County Attorneys Convention The County Attorneys of the M9 counties ot Kentucky will hold a con- vEntion August 6 and 7 at Grayson Springs Matters of importance in con nection with the office of County At torney will be discussed and uniform rules Tor the regulation of this office in time different counties of the State will be adopted- Nevertheless pud notwithstanding time shirt waist is making marked prog ress Yet a little while and it will be the rule instead of the exception The woman shant monopolize all the health VALUE HAIR this illus trate your experi ence Andarc you wor for fear you are soon to be bald t Then cease worrying for help is at hand You need something that put new life into the hair bulbs You needa hair food suchas- Does ried will AYff Main It brings health to the hair and the fall ing ceases It always restores color to gray hair You neednot look at thirty as if you were grayhairall the dark rich color of youth J1M a tattle AHtfraccMi I a NIMr 1Ir as aM IIaYit a reat 51 de wiUt JIM1r IrYior I IlaYitJowMt t iC wilt 4vI rrthfar at Ja rt Mit It hM jimt M cli 1aIDf best eas Kmrnr J QBOBOB March 3Xs CbJIo MoIt k lEar J Sit s bs55 rhelM 5 c Sb ti1htte tIM htttBrisel ssst L of 2000 Pairs Boys Linen Pants Worth 25 cents at 400 Ments Linen Rrioe 400 at S 250 Beautiful Coats and Pants for Men at Worth These Suits are full tailored and cut in the latest styles Belt Straps and bran new goods LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT TAILORS THE GREAT SALE OF THE I PLACE FULL LINE OFoBOOTS AND SHOES et HATS CAPS AND GENTS GOODS WITH THE LOWEST OF PRICES- We invite everybody to call at our store sit the Opening Sale and price our goods WE YOU A FEW PRICES IMens S5 00 Cotton Clay Suits will sell for 3 25I Mens 1200 Cheviot Suits will sell for 8 25 Mens 12 00 Allwool Serge Suits will sell for 7 75 IMens SISOOSuits will sell for 10 10 Mens 520 00 Suits will sell for 12 75 Mens S500 Pants will eellfor 3 25 IMeua S300 Pants will sell for 2 00 Mens 2 00 Pants will sell for 1 25 MPHS SI 50 Innts will sell for 1 00 Mens 100 Pants will sell for 75 I c Offers the following attrac ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE MYSTIC Kansas Iitj Mo June One Fare for the Round Trip PLUS 52 Epwrlli LnguMeeUsz SAN FRANCISCO CAL July 18 to 21 i fIYijEDU EDijfT5 SPECIAL EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO AMD BTAH June Jaly AftftMi iH SeptamtMr One Tfaxv the Round nAsIIlL for tartWr laluipiHoB MH ek dt ttT 0 MATTHBVHf rrahMAct LkiIs K- THOwNaP aM IV A Mtl110 5 I P A fit stock of uptodate Shirts at 43 cents A big stock of Hats at the very lowest prices H +CALL AT + + + + JONES SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dating clerks Oenolne Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND ICY T J AOJUSTAILE raxzirreo Tlh4qei Indeed fc hoa etiolJ it It Ie iIan4 sebtsnttfl-yaas ss4 Ikleca very v MMe pSs fiist4tt Jt Jti sa maamat itae UIl HANDJOM8 efC 1IiIiIt JwicM M4 fully illuatratiU c aM4sstl ttb pwectYlce for coei4sm stId h1i 4Iyaddrim Writ far tt il- J i R BAKEli A SOPi oIkmo Vtyttk bitlct6AttvitLz or ri OtMiA ljtir li 4 NUMBER s1 KEEP COOL Ladies Madison County lOcaPair Suits- Rotmen 124 Flannelette 199 500I LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KENTUCKY OPENING BITOREWILL IoppositeCourt UPTODATE CLOTHING FURNISHING SIXTYIVEOENrrSQUOTE IMeims pricesBoys ROSENSTEIN ffl CO Proprietor tion- sImperialCoullcil SHRINEI 50Mens75Mens05Ladies75Ladies05Misses MERSHON dispensedby IBARERS Louisville Si Hlkotic MM Schedule in effect May DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE KICIIMOND For Yel1lalllesrawrencebllf1rtshelIsO p ml ForInlne1tMamFor TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LonUvllU Lexington and llKamCincinnati i 830 pm pmFromC M DROWNING Gen Mgr PCCORSETSMa- ltAmerican BeautiesWe in all styles and shapes to fit every figure andevery corset is sold under this most liberal warrant Mosey refunded after four weeks trial if corset is not satisfactory Look for this Trade Mark on iiwkk of coHct ancLba box KAUIWZOO COST ea bk bbu XtJMidacFOR SALE BY I w C GRIGGS7- i maboyIuvill Ky The Richmond Climax J O OHENAULTProprletorA D MILLER Manager H LEE DAVIS Editor WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1901 PORUaURI EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR COUTTT JUDGe C N B TURPIN FOR COUNT ATTOHSEV J TKVISyCOBB FOR 8IIBBIPP JOHN P WAQEIIS =ron jiitan JAMES C LACKEY FOR CLERK JBSSK CORn FOB BBPHKSHNTATIYB CHAS L SBAUCY FOR SCHOOL aOrERlNTBSDEST J W WAGERS A8SESSOB 1IEOROE NOLAN FOB SDIIVEYOII fIs P nOCK FOR CORONER 01OLIFF SAMUELS FOR DAVID Il TEVIS +POLICBlDDOE1Oj FOR CITY ATToRNEY J TALBOT JACKSONr FOR CHIEF OF POLIC- EJHALLMAN FOR MAGISTRATE D P AR ER FOR CONSTABLE II P KBNNEDY lon COUNCILlIBNf te COURT HOUSE f Ifj W Dales W L Leeds CITY HALLO T Well B H Bjbee UNIVERSITY C G Douglas W L Arnold Oven Ohio nil is not lovely in the Democrntu amp At the State Con ontion hell at Columbus last week the sound money imperialistic expan sion clement of the party got contiol and threw Bryan overboard trampled upon the principles enunciated at Chicago antI Kansas City promulgated a new platform in line with expansion and eominercmliam uorcinatcd Kil bourn n gold Dfinovmt for Governor tie led the Standard Oil Co nearly to death by dffcatiii Mnnett for Attorney General Now the Intnl Free Silver antitrust fellows who fctilt believe in William J Bryan filth who are still ready to follow his leader ship propose to have a say and declin log to tand on theColmnlms platform or support Kilbourno have called n con veiition of their own to be held at Colum bus July 31 to nominate a State ticket Notwithstanding the declaration of certain party leaders that Bryanisiu is dead this move indicates that the Ne braskian is still a very potent factor in his party and that the principles he stood for like Banquos ghost will not down his hard to tell in which city polities is the rottenost Louisville or Paris In the former place the supporters of Jet ferson who was defeated by Grainger for the Democratic nomination for Mayor are raising a great hue and cry of fraud and as a result Chief linger has handed in ills resignation while in our neighboring town Paris there was so much dissatisfaction that the Demo cratic City Committee has set aside the recent primary and ordered a now election held Jim Jewell doubtless had the Kentucky article in mind when he said politics is h 1 J UNO M D HUGHES hits announced lila candidacy for City Judge of Lan caster Judge Hughes is a good Dem ocrat a splendid citizen and would make a model judge If the newspa per boys of the State with whom he has long been indentiflcd could vote in tho contest he would be unanimously elected CI F1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY REMODEL1NG If iliAJf L I cifB r AES J Folding Bed iTull size made of BirdThe Iapc1liassp1ciulid mirror nit 1stsprings It8 the celebrated ndeormakethoroughlycoin f rta lean lerlecnysitfe f WAS 50 NOW 35 11Mantle Folding ed r oJ Full sizel aile of the most bean kHlIs fancy 4Tirtiitifl 8 If ry hand R r jl ce of I uridr- es32ioV NW 22 REM DELll lLi V J t I 5jJ4fU MAIN JLKJBmOsD WAY h XDfGrOJrtA- u Welcome Brother Workmen In behalf of the A O U W of this city whose phenomenal growth demon strates that Charity Hope and Protection dwell here in behalf of the citizens of Richmond whose hospitality is of the genuine Kentucky type and in behalf of the Fair Association which has spared no pains or expense in providing entertainment the CLIMAX extends a cordial welcome to the visiting Workmen and their friends We turn over to you the keys of the city and its freedom is yours We have killed the fatted calf and you are our guests Eat drink and be merry today for tomorrow you may not be able Nothing is too good for you and remember it is yours without money and without price But if you dont see what you want ask for itor drop a nickel in the slot At a Fair like this it is our custom to do the fair thing and if you dont fare well it is your own affair We will see that Charity lope and Protection the magic words of our order abide with you Visit the Midway if you like and flirt with the coochee coochee girls well be charitable enough not to tell your wife You may if you will blow the feathery foam from the schooner and make champaign corks pop like Hobson kissess but we hope you wont get too full for navigation Lastly if you go up against a skingameand cant with good grace say satisfied satisfied remember we have police and you shall have protectionWhile instead of beggars asking alms you shall find open armed friends at every turn instead of a thorny road your feet shall the primrose path of pleasure tread instead of the rumblings of distant thunder your ears shall be ravished with delightful music instead of being saluted by a butting billy goat a royal bumper in the shape of a flagon of choice wine shall be yours and instead of the various dangers that beset your path the only perils that shall threaten you here will come from rosy lips dimpled cheeks and googoo eyes Again welcome thrice welcome noble representatives of the Ancient Order of United Workmen and may your stay within our gates be one continual round of whole souled fellowship R L D LINE OF MARCH VednesdayJulydepottheout West Main to Fifth street thence out Fifth to Moberley avenue down Moberley avenue to Second street and back to Main- ORDER OF PARADE 1 Officers of Grand Lodge in carriages proceeded by Chief Marshall and escorted by Guard of Honor 2 Decorated FloatA 0 U W Children 3 Richmond Military Band t 4 Richmond Lodge No 74 A O U W LodgesG7 McCreary Guards 8 Richmond Elks 9 Richmond Masons 10 Richmond I O 0 Fs11 Richmond K P soI12 Richmond Maccabees 13 Richmond National Union 14 Paris Red Men 15 Midway Attractions 16 Richmond Fire Department 17 Mercantile Floats and Decorated Carriages L J FRAZEEj Chief Marshal STATE OFFICERS WHO WILL BE PRESENT TJOtDAY Thomas D Osborne Grand Master Workman Louisville Ky John G Walker Grand Recorder Louisville Ky L P Young Grand Receiver Lexington Ky Kyfille Ky BY order of President Shaffer theJ employes of the various plants con Tlrirlytri ctTiiffea ismerTrusL wentjont pnsf strike Monday It is es timated tliaf l6 OOmen are affected arulvtliAtUia strike will extend to kin dreil Jntfustrics Pittsburg is the storiri cenTnr of tlfd great strike THE Good Roads Convention at Hop kinsville last week Caroused much interest in the movement fofljctter roads in western Kentucky and resulted in the formation of a permanent Good Jtoads Association PERONALj Mr TE v Elder was In Dinfinnrtti Wednesday JuileeN B went to Louis villa Thursday on business guJtMssSdlle MKancTMrsrHaJryTfatherVjsitcd parent8at week propawrencfbtirga6th dMr j QrdLwsIIfhSpingat i tKripaswelliTribble of Louisville is pantrritnd Mrs 1udi- oyTpjlMle f XrJ K Wwrel went to Tiere yes terday io lookufterhtis oil i- ld1tbRIeal1tJ7P raturjii i4ttie1roeWB Smith Mr JitIe EigbioI G rowiipepdlng a few w3ik her thOak- tj J lttlll Irs D P Arrnriuts retwnie from ittiCltbprUrelobo 0 FEeIiy1Jrfi44 Is 1 Mrdr W J Tbmar heft WIN4Jfortrfr Dumrc4Lou JrnM n for a months stay Mr and Mrs Fant and children of NewberryS C are guests of Mr and Mrs R W Miller Miss Kola Shipman ofShelbyville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Jas Deather agenear this city pdaughterhiaveville and Shelbyville fMiss Gladys White Perry returned lat week from a visit to rela jives in Nicholasyille Maysvillelandwife at theGlyndon Madame Hamilton tho wellknown modiste win shortly leave Richmond for her old home in Ohio rouisvillttIsine and Josephine Schmidt Principal If IT Bfoct wire antf cjiildren left Saturday for a months t to near Wjnchestor Misses Julia and Hattie Hamilton pi Indianapolis are visiting their father J KHamitpnandfamily of this dtyIi Mrs Marv Noale Thompson CitfforurvislJtftIbusiness in Lexington- Mr and Mrs BedSe Ballard have rehteU partof the double house on Secoad street aad gone to housekeep jug lialt1ie Ward has rdture4 home after a sxteon days niiling with Atr Clarence Woods and family at Booties born ofcaIiIVbdflsvihreDavis parents MIT and Mrs S Par Irish i ii r ivMia MaUlewl who hnanbeen the pyato IfIIfltMMr It WMUI r lim returned to her borne in Montgom ery Ate Niit AJeiki Biis CJJiAftR Is the charming xaert of MTjm J MiYOHrad MitbnLiht lJ on LtociW a 0 cA r General Debility Day in end cut there Is that feeling of weakness that makes a burden of itsclt Food docs not strengthen Sleep does not refresh It is hard to do hard to bear what should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and the whole system suffers this condition take Hood Sarsaparilla It vitalizes sth blood gives vigor and tone to all tho organs and functions and is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditions UooDa rlLLH cure constipation U cent ter Ave Misses Pearl and Dauts Collier of Crab Orchard arjited je torday to ependFairwccJcjulli Mr and Mrs W Ww Burgin Mrs Harry Shepherd of St Louis rotandMiss Irvine MayorClaude leftFridayforlion Bofore their return they will visit Qjaebecand Montreal 7flielTSRMirder snys that Misstate oflJioScIiobHEe cdlulrig year OormleyIIc MaiaretUorrnlxo nddauShtor antiMrsProf Milton E1li9n bf theJfwui tyof Kentucky University Lexington was here last week visitiiig and soliciting students the next geseioa of tbtliistltUtiou ooMrYeBre c legeDt boHMTTht PIne In Uiwior ol her jfrieWK Meti4tmes- son Wijliaiiv LaW iMjMey llab ard aadilmlarMIb J tour hd WH Jrtmie atfHrei wdMrsmaasgetofn iccompaued by his wife passed through hero en route homo from Estill where they have been spendingseier al days VAlleyViewbaby here Saturday to the doctor to bu treated Mr Stone ia head sawyer for the Soutnern Lumber Co and a most clev6r gentleman Miss Lena Stivers teacher of the primary department of CaldwehI High School is attending the National Edu cational Association in session at Detroit Mich Before return she will visit the Buffalo Exposition throughhereLick to enjoy a two weeks vacation positionof Louisville and is one of their most valued employes Misses Belle Graves and Russell Wasson of Versailles Mr Farra Lyne of Lexington and Mr Hugh Hunter of Versailles have for the past few days constituted the members ofacharming house party given by Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley JudgeWilliamcharge of the Ecuador display at the Buffalo Exposition Richmond people will find Mr Beckner a help in obtain Lag from him valuable information about the way the wheels go round at the big exposition Miss Emma Hendron of Richmond and MrsAIired Bennett nee Hendron of Conton III are visiting Mrs A K- AtICDlklIrII111 Mrs EmIl Ilhardt spent Thursday of last wick with a party of friends who were camping ValleyTiewNichiolasville Mr and Mrs George Corzelius and children returned Thursday from a three weeks eastern trip during which ExpositionNiagrnThousand Island and Lake Cham plainreturnln of the Hudson River and New York Dr Frank M Walker of this city who raduated from the Louisville Hospital College of Medicine will shortly locate at Manse Gar rhrd county his old home for the practice of his prolesslon Dr Walker s a and popular gentleman and no matter in what community lie casts his lot he will succeed in his chosen profession In honor of the Fair visitors two swell hops will be given at Masonic Temple during the Fair which begins today and ends Friday The first will be tonight and the second Friday night Prof Mitchells splendid or chestra will furnish the music and the maltripcontent Miss Maude Fishier of Key West Fla and Miss Edna Fishier of Laredo Texas arrived Tuesday to attend the funeralof their BistPr Miss Adeln which was conducted at the residence of Mrs 11 K Ilujrg on Lancaster avenue Tuesday afternoon by Rev 11 G Turner assisted by Kev L G Bar hour The remains were taken to Millersburg Saturday morning for burial MissKit Cheniult entertained chaim ingly last evening with a dance in unit or of Mrs Moberleya visitors The beautiful Chenanlt home on Main Street which has been the scene of as anyInpitable doors to the guests who spent enjoymentDancihu dulged in Mr aud Mrs J Will McGarvey Miss Ray and Master Earl McGarvey left yesterday to make their home in Rich mond Ky where Mr McGarvey will be President of Madison Female Institute Friends much regret giving up this attractive and talented family to another city while wishing them much success anti prosperity Misses Jeannette Frost Ethel Heacoz Lou Elma Heacox Jennie Gooclloeof Richmond Ky and Mr Newton llencox leave for Buffalo this afternoon to attend the Exposition Lexington Leader Tuesday afternoon in the beautiful bluegrass woodland near her home Mrs Kelson Gay entertained in honor of the Misses Chenault of Richmond About fifty guests were present and en joyed the elegant hospitality dispensed by Mr and Mrs Gay At sunset a tie llghtful repast was served and after some sweet music the company re turned to town with many bright passedMrsMillerdaughter Mrs J S Winn Winches DemocratMrs Tnrley of Richmond has returned home after a visit to Mrs George Land of Park avenueMrs Casslun M Clay Jrof laris spent yesterday in the city with friends Misses Annie and Sue Clay have ar rived home from an extended tour through EuropeMiss Emma Hern don of Speedwell who has been visit ing Miss Euln Jackson of East Main street has returned home Mr 0 E Smith returned Monday evening from Monticello where he spent ten days on business and left last evening for Jackson Ky for a short stnylfr C J Bronston left last evening for Texas Lexington Herald Qnite the most pleasant party of the summer wns that given by Mr and Mrs Neville Moberley Saturday evening in honor of their house party This de lightful event was in the form of a picnic held at beautiful Forest Grove about a mile from town Thither the favored guests drove in the dusky twi light and found n very fairy landawait lag then A small valley by the aid of magic lanterns had been transformed into a realistic enchanted grotto through whose depths coursed a cool and babbling brook The enchantment of this sylvan scene was pres ently enhanced by the arrival of a refreshment car plentifully laden with choice edibles and delicious ices whose consumption was a real gastronomic treat In music games and conver sation the evening glided away with an imperceptible speed and with reluct ance indeed partings were made and adieux said AP souvenirs the guests retained the dainty silver spoons with which their ices were served and that Mr and Mrs Moberley wore ideal hosts was the emphatic comment of all RELIGIOUS Rev A V Sizemore who is well know here has resigned as pastor of the First Baptist Chnrch of Newport The new Baptist Church at Berea was dedicated Sunday July 7 Rev J T Bow D D preaching the dedicatory sermon Tho church raised flSO for furnishing the building Rev J W Tyler who for the past year has been connected with Ce tral University Iras received a call to the West minister church at Iionisuille to till the vacancy caused by the resipnV tionof Rev Dr Marquess He has not yet accepted Wholesale Jail Delivery- A J Lancaster dispatch says A wholesale jail delivery took place here last Friday every prisoner intheeounX ty jail loi r in nntnbcr one white aiil thee colored escspinjr The escajii was eflcoted by tearing out the stOBC wall by means of an iron poker Nt trace of the fugitives lisa teen found Officers are searclnu for them rsahQw M Cwnlimli l tewB lJr23r4Z7Ih kirescimtnival from all points Jrinctioei Cltj to Walton JnclKxe Srficir halt to Wal BjHly Hh26tli wa2k have- stscwiiQ at Mi30 p 1Uqt A Jr tips ape4IIIIl y of atecl dMidway jMsjHMn A k tlcUt M for Jatb r pMtieuliki- W 0 BlJtBABSOX IGr A f PAINT LICK Sr Will Mays r C cinaftU 0 is expected home during the wc k Mr Wm Galloway of Lexington is a guest at tbe home of lila grand father Mr Wm Fish Miss Mattie Thorn of Elllersbnrg is to be the guest of Miss Jennie Wallace during this week and next Mrs B G Kllgore nee Miss Fannie Parks of Richmond is spending the week with her father Mr John Parks DrCE PoyntzandDr W GCasen berfi attended the meeting of the State Medical Association at Stanford last Kate Don ton of Lexington is expected Thursday when she will spend tho summer with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs H L Wallace Miss Ora Alexander of Cloverport who will be remembered by many friends in Paint Lick will be the guest of Miss Mayme Ramsev this week Misses Ella Yandivere and Maysie Preston two beautiful and accomplished young ladies of Louisville are the guests ol Miss Mayme Ramsey Miss Eliza McBride and Mr Marion Hart oi Louisville are enjoying a few weeks of country life at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Robert Guyn Miss Annie Francis who has been rusticating in the vicinity of Corbin and Cumbeland Falls for the past sev era weeks is expected home this week Mr F W Paris of Dayton 0 who is connected with the firm of Ins O Steely Co of the above city is the guest of his cousin Mr Salem A Wal laceMr John H Wallace who for the past several months has been in the employ of the Carter Dry Goods Co of Louisville is spending his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Wm WallaceMiss Dawsou of Huntington West Va who was last year the governess of the Misses Lear and a very popular young lady in this locality will arrive tonight to spend several weeks with these young ladies Mrs H L Wallace returned Friday after a delightful visit with her sister Mrs S W Paris in Dayton Ohio She was accompanied back by her niece Miss Anna R Paris who will spend the summer in and around Paint Lick Min JEPKEUSON DAVIS wife of the former President of the Confederacy IK serionsy ill at Portland Mo where she u spending the summer 1i ws This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any CUFH of Catarrh that cannot he cured liv Malis Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho last 15 year and be lieve him perfectly honorable in Lilt bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm- WESTt TraAi Wholesale Druggists Toledo WALDISO KIXVAN MARVIN Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of tbe system Price 75c er bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are tbe best July 3 1m Dessolution Notice The partnership heretofore existing between J IL stouffer and J D Mose ley ha been dessolved by mutual con sent All persons owing the firm are requested to call and settle at once All persons haying claims against the firm are requested to present same at once for payment J B STOUFFER 12july4t J D MOSEECY Aniiiitraltrs Sale On Thursday July 25 1901 At 10 am as Administrator of the Ute V p Burcln I wilt sell to the highest bidder at his farm onehalf mile southeast of Bnrgln Ky on the Shakertown and Danville pike about 30 head registered short horn cattle 9 wore mnles 2 family horses HO sheep soW and pigs surrey and harness board and harness breaking plows cultivator mower bnggy rake 1 wheat fan 4 much cows 5 short horn steers 2 brood mares and colts 2 yearling mares 100 lambs 9 shoats buggy and har ness 3 twohorse wagons 3 double shovel plows 2 self binders bay stacker Kalama zoo harrow wagon and plow gear and other farm implements Terms All sums over 110 four months time with bankable note bearing t percent Interest John Burgin Admfr i7jullw Rich Juicy Plumbs I Ripe For Your Picking 1 Is the beautiful line of Organdies Dimities and Lawns at our store Dim ities in the most dainty colors and desirable styles Organdies in all colors and patterns Lawns from 5 cents up in colors guaranteed Indispensable to every dress is the elaborate trimming of lace etc In Allover Lace Yoking and Serpa tine Trimmings we excel Our stock is more complete than ever before in prices from 20c to 200 per yard Our Belt Department I la complete Styles come first so do AleKoes Belts N willbeReliability should always be considered it fa IThepronounced every day In connection with our Belt Department can be had a most complete line of Purccx Kid Gloves at 100 guaranteed Can be IOuror summer Corsets at prices from 29 j to ITheadvertised brands is a very laree sale with us G D Chicago waists at sl 00 G D style 35c Straight front at 100 + J I Remember we belong to the Merchants Consumers Scrip Association which money saved to you if you trade us Respectfully Cor Main First St Fine FarmFor Sale If not soul prl telwrure I will sell at public auction on thin promise on SATURDAY 10 1901 At 11 oclock a m my farm contain jog about 148acres on the pike about A mile and a quarter northeast of Paint Lick near Sum mit on tho Louisville Nashville rail road in Madison county Ky It is well located turnpike running in every direction and splendid neighbor hood The farm Is well improved and in good con dition It has a new dwelling home frame twoitorici contain 7 rooms recently built within the last four years It has two excel lent barns built within the last live years one ti large stock barn and the other a large to bacco barn and it has all necessary Improve ments Iccadlng a good etc Terms reasonable Any person desiring to purchase privately can do so br applying to Judge O II Breck at his office in Richmond Any person desiring to view the premises can do so by calling upon A W Farrlsh who is now In Purchaser will b allowed the of sowiag grain Special terms it sold privately Possession given January 1803 LUCY R MARTIN WJulSw EGGS AND BUTTER We will pay the highest CASH Price for Eggs and ButterAlso desire to purchase for CASH a supply of Hams Bacon and Shoulders 4 4 Miller A Bros SECOND ST PHONE 165 RICHMOND KENTUCKY JO 8 JOPLIN 220222 W Main Street Furniture Carpets Matting Undertaking Lowest Prices Qualities Also full line of Picture Mouldings and Frames MADISON INS TITUTE00 RICHMOND KENTUCKY A High Glass Boarding Sdiooliot Girls J W MOGAKVEY JntPRW6lPLr Wttfe aht nifMgAiM Yaet IM I 1psd bIIdo 5 ilihDf aM T tnor lB say Inferior ones ttn stIi c J11 6 ti r Ribbons g Tho demand for Ribbons during the past hfioreSuitPUlulllrVelvlt silkIcroamJyardIn or leadersLadiesSpecial fur two weeks only Ladies Parasols at S0cl SI 75 and up I i yardBuggycompleteGirls white P Kat3OanilMc- Boys Yacht Caps at 24c p pricesfrom I and means with yours AUG situated Morrana privilege Best pcht OWEN MCKEE s AOW Street Fmr AND fY 0 IrJJJIlVlD- oJULY 17 18 19 2 The list of attractions have been for and will be here are under and by the time of the opening day of our Fairour will present an appearance seldom witnessed in a city of this size Every at traction is to be a NO1 Our free street attractions are the best that money can procureBalloon Wire Walkers Acro bats Sword Combats Etc ATTRACTIONS I TONGA The Snake Eater and his Monster Den of Etc Theatre Startling Illusions Re produced by Electricity and Famour Parisan Poses Plastique 6 c The French Folly Theatre Parisan Pastimes Faithful ly Reproduced by Charm SunnyFrance Beauty6 BRIDGE CAMP MEETING JULY 2028 J90Jt Queen CrfC- Routefl I RAtES And Special Train from DanYitri e JULY 21 AND 28 1tNtro4wlftek IswhaIe atlmIasogt- teuiOr 4PIIa hc I W 0 mN1iLapA i Richmond Kentucky following contracted positively Severalothers consideration Midway guaranteed Ascensions Trapeze Performers Jugglers Serpents Aligators Electric HIGH SUNDAY t Am rican hitrc A Representative Show of Highclass Vaude yule Acts Refined Moral jt Instructive QUEEN ANNETTA i And her Band of Genuine Romany Rye Gyspsies Ex ponents of the jjt Esoteric The Stre ts 0fWxcaB1a The Sports Pleasures Pastimes and Devotionan Exercises True to Lifo by Genuine Moors Arabs Turks Etc from the far Onent headed by time famous liadjMika Notice of Partnership STATE OK KENTUCKY COUNTY OF XADlSON We time M C KclW nml Jot N Withenbury of Bicbmof Madison county and C lpggofCincinnatiOhIIo state that hiwrit Hilt formed a limited Pir carryIJAioti KY JrNth first day of Ap 1901 to the fiiet day of April 1903 diir1trJll naesIn44 On Wh bnty They the sid Xi Ci Kellogg and Ii jeenersljisrtneThlbii specialhiai I ftlna the snes lii Witftees tHIl k adethltt Ihma Brit dJ M A fdlMIILJLOtLooi JQsLtLooo1ui An Extraordinary Clearance SALE OF ODDS AND Fliii4+ 4+ ++ + + MENS SuiT No BargainCounter Qualities but Reliable Lines or Perfect Grrades hafehave become broken in sizes t t FinestIincluding alt our Finest Fancy Worsted Cheviot and Tweed ji225O13 75 tIIlflBlOS fboTnlJR8 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1901 Dr A Vilke8 Smith Dentist is now located over J B Stonffers Clothing Store Cfobtf Walter Eads has been licensed as city bill poster Nice Salmon lOc can largo size at DIne Grass Grocery 17jul2t Square piano for sale Apply to Mrs W S Oldhani 27febtf Tent five cents will buy a splendid dinner Fair week Survivors of the Civil War will hold a picnic at Berea today Have yon neon our lufant sUppers and shoes at 50 cents RICK AIIXOLIJ Ladies tan slippers this week at 75 els and RICE ARNOLD Dont forget that the Mid way will be open at night Dont fall to read Perry Tliomab1 ad on first page It may be money in your pocket Childrens and Misses tan slippers this week 50c and 75c RICE AllNOLD Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of fice over Middlelons drug store July 17tf James Brown of the White Station locality had a mare and colt killed by lightning last wee- kWiliging makes to order and keeds in stock all kinds of win dow shades Lowest prites JOe up Attorney H V Miller was reap pointed referee in bankruptcy for this district by Judge Cochran The colored State Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias will meet here July 23 for a three days session State Organizer W H Gilkerson will go to Irvine next week to organize an A O U W lodge at that place Have you seen our line of ladies SIW shoes in heel and spring heel HICE AitNOLi Dotf forget the celebrated Queen Qiullty shops 3Oxfords 250 RICE ARNOLD Sole Agents The oU time New Orleans sugar nothing belt r for blackberry jl1mlD pluuIs for I at JJluo iras Grocery 17jilJt Willgings stock of wall pa per is the largest and lowest priced in Central Kentucky 3c up WATEDA good reliable man ttJ take charge of our business in Madison county salary and expenses paid North Jersey Nnnwrles Springfield N J Remember that Mr Hen Holman lute with Irather near Valley View wilitakechargeas Manager of the Blue liras Grocery Co next week lijul2t The Midway with its va ried and interesting attractions will be open every night dur ing the Fair The Rev F E Maddox of Little Rock Ark will preach at the First Presbyterian church on Sun iiiy July 21st at 11 oclock a in and 8 oclock p jn Everybody cordially invited to bo prtasant For Sale A fine jersey cow and calf For particulars call on J B Stouffer Sjiilytf Grasshoppers A Danville dispatch says thata swarm of Kansas grasshoppers are destroying the crops in Boyle county Removed Jr Phil Roberts has removed to the property of Mrs A O Buchanan on First Street back of E C Wines drug store where he will also have Iiloff- lee July 13t Fair Dinners luring the A O U W Street Fair July 17 18 and 19 the Indira of the First Presbyterian church will erve dinner in the rooms back of White 4 Gibsons store Full meal 25 cents Summer Excursion Is S Dakota and Min nesota Via Queen Crescent Route at very low rates Tickets will bo on sale July lst9th anti Sept lstVh final limit Oct 3Ut Ask ticket agent for par ticulars Avoid vexatious delays poor worknianShip and 1a4nuteH als fcy having Wfef vi his force + 4 of skiIRns4ac do your andpire w 1 J ft 1 Escaped Prisoner Captured Joe Spivey who escaped from the Irvine jail sometime agoand for whom tVere was a reward of 100 was captur ed at Pinevillo Ky and is again behind the bars at is 111IFound in court house vartl a brand 501Owneroffice proving property mill paying for this advertisement EGGS Thnrinan always pays the highest cash market price for eggs hides and i feathers Call and see him next door to corner of Maui and Fiist streetsILWebtf Trial Postponcd Owing to time absence of several im portant witnesses tile preliminary trial of Itcnhpii Hiil for shifting Grant Cutrs Ht Vnllny View Inly 4 has been poMpontil until July 2i Si ruck an Oil Gusher The Lexington Leader says that lion Charles J Bronston who is in Texastfilegrapied his wife Friday that arroil gusher has been struck on his land near Beaumont Texas National Union Natlonnl11nioninstituted here last Friday night by Grand Deputy A A Nolnnd Dr V H Hobson was elected President Schuols Opened Monday Many of the county schools opened Monday Training the young idea to shoot Is not pleasant at any time and it is doubly trying on both teachers and pupils these hot days Withdrawn from the Race The Berea Citizen says that John L Gay has withdrawn from the race for the nomlnntion fur Magistrate in the Glade district Mr Gay is the present Magistrate and has made a fine record Must be Settled Freeman Bros take this method to notify nil those indebted to them that their accounts are made out and must be settled July Save further ex pense by heeding this warning june 6tr Take Notice All perso s knowing themselves in debted tu tho Ellison Mill Co will please call and settla with J C Che nault at once The mill property has been sold ami the business must be wound np Special CommuniCdtion Or our last papa will be found n special communication to time farmers from Douglas Simmons the uplo date hardware merchants who making some very low midtumnle prices on their goods Attention Teachers County Superintendent Wagers re quests all teachers who have books be feachers1IJibraIry to bring in same as soon as possible as a report of ihtm must be made at the Teachers Institute Clark Will Not Get Ihu Plum Prof J D Clark ill not succeed to tho tsupcrinteudcncy of tliuFnyottc county schools as was expected by his triends County Judge Bullock hav lug traded to reippoint Superintcu dent JCaseily who recently tendered hfsresigiution Buy your paints from Will t the maker 8MoreeXperiene makes him know his business He makes paints ofevery kind for every purpose Sam Stone After the Collectorship Mondays Courier Journal says that Col Samuel Hanson Stone exState Auditor is a candidate for Collector of Intend H venues in time Fifth District to succeed Supp Col Stone iauoY In Frankfort getting indorsements of prominent Republicans Want the Kentucky Improved A meeting was held at JJeattyvllle this week in the interest of improve ment on time Kentucky river Reeoju lions were adopted urging congiehfl to net Judge Ueckner of hester and Congressman White of thejourin district made addresses Fordsltidexziy Hicks Predicts gF v In his forecasts for July Hicks pr diets active storms will prcvailjiduring the following periOtls Jul3l4to 17r tJlporlodof the summer about the 2tlitb 28tl and destructive hallstorrnavare moje than probable 0JOStores NuwClusu at 7 pa 5 Accepting the stiggestion Hiido re cently in the CUMAX the dryfcgood clothiBg suit imbue utorcs now clese it 7 pin This arrangememit Is a Jfid to both proprietor aud clerks uTwIll B0 4oHHbe wttcli ppr cktedt r them tl1tdddnjtthe liW4 Wrie U you hav hoppinir to do dsi put it- ofiip4IIa1dr so ihir r 1y u a Beauties For IDi e We have thebet flower that canbe produced Our Floral Decorations rarbeat1eWjossand practice the neceua TtkNOWHOWIaarrsnE r receives our personal at tention BELL The Florist LEXJNGTOW KY hENRY L PERRY Agt Bells Flowers go Everyw ere Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky nprltf Youngest Lunatic Win hatters a tenyearold son of Samuel Hatters of tile Silver Creek locality was adjudged of unsound mind Saturday and ordered to the Lexington Asylum He is perhaps the youngest lunatic ever sent from this county 1 High Class Artists Messrs W L Leeds and A F Bybec have formeda partnership to do paint ing paperhanging interior decorating and citvblll posting Their oflice is on Irvine Street Both are clover gentleman and high class artists in their line and orders left with them will be given prompt attention r i Prayl gFor Rain The drouth is becoming alarming in this seciioirahd unless rain comes soon the corn crop will be cut short Gar den truck is suffering while grass is becoming scarce lu Kansas and Missouri the drouth conditions have reached such a serious stage that people in many localities are praying for rain Back From the Philippines Vulcan urine and James Brock colored two of Uncle Sams soldiers returned last Wednesday from the Philippines where they saw eighteen months1 active service They pro both delighted to be back in the States and say that soldiering in the Philippines is not what it is cracked up to be Oil Struck at Berea Saturday afternoon while several hands employed at Mabafleyfl stave milljjiiear the dopotatBerca were pros pecting for a spring of water they struck n fine flow of oil which bubbled up arid spread out over the surround ingllat This oil strike is on the land of Joe Burdette and has occasioned no little excitement in that locality Removals MrRA Woolums Tiaveling Passenger and Freight Agent of the L A has moved his family from Fifth street to the Shearer property on the Summit recently vacated by Mr and Mrs J M Baldwin who will board Mr Ab Green late of Winchester hiisrented the cottage on Fifth street that Mr Woolums left and took posses sion last Friday Hottest of Ihe Season The hottest weather of the summer was experienced last Thursday July 11 when the temperature In many places soared above the 100 mark In Louisville 1027 was recorded in Lex ington 100 and in Bowling Greeu 107 The record here was 102 but owing to the slight humidity the heat was not as oppressive as the high temperature would indicate Elks Fulr at Georgetown The CLIMAX is indebted to Secretary T C Boll for complimentary tickets to the Midsummer Horse Show Fair and Carnival to be given by the George town Elks July 2327 inclusive A great many novel antI attractive feat ures have been secured no expense spared to make the venturo a success and the exhibition promises to be one of the best held in the Blue grass this summer Berea Fair Mr A iFisliSecretary of the Berea Fir Association was here Monday and left a nice order at this office for printing tho catalogue of said fair which will be heM this year on August 10 and 17 Time attractions are ex ceptionally good this year anti the premiums unusually liberal S E Welch is President T J Coyle Vice President and A T Fish Secretary and Treasurer Teachers Institute The Madison County Institute for white teachers will convene at Cald well High School this city Monday July 29 for a five days session Prof J C Willis a member of the faculty of Kentucky University anti editor of the Southern School Lexington will be the Instructor All teachers who hold certificates arc required to attend Time Colored Teachers Institute will be held one week later August 59 in clusive at time colored Baptist church Prof C Wi Reynolds Instructor J y VAqnins Will Ask Fora Vote on the Question Attorney S A D Jones of Kirks ville is circulating a petition which has for its oliject the prevention of cat tie running at large on the public highr ways of the county Tlie petition which is receiving numerous Mgnatnreg and which will be presented to the County Court is as follows Ve the undersigned legal voters of Madison county Ky respectfully ask a submission of the question at the next regular election In Novcmberl90iv whether cattle or any species thereof ba allowed to run at largo in this coun ty and wo ask that a vote be taken for the purpose of ascertaining tho J will of the voters of said cOuuty upon this question Sunday School Picnic The union Sundav School picnic given lastSaturday in Mr S W Lack eys woods pear Kingston was an en jbyable occasion eeveraT Hundred sona being present and silhaving a pleasant time Tuere were good timings to eatIn abu dandoathl plenty of pret ty girls lending an additional i harm to the feast Evangelist D G tombs was the principal speaker and hits re marks were exceedingly appropriate The dinner was in charge of Mesdamcs Lackey Ballaw Doty Lucas anti others equally awell skilled in tho cullinary rtfnUaffeY everybody had oaten the proverbial twelve 8kathi1Ii were take up A pleasing feature of thegather IArmoDlandbotherlt d om1uiLian fM with Mch other li- iinkltUi oe 19lfaacc u t sFor ladies and gentlemen Great variety to select from Prices 140 to 1500 Many nev Steamier Trunks just re Tiave1igBagsright prices Negligee Shirts rrJust received a fine assortment of new styles for MidSummer Come before the best ones are gone CoolClothes Stylish Flannel Suits Skeleton Serge Silk Luster and Alpaca Coats Just the things to keep you cool these hot days CLEANINGAND PRESSING We clean and press clothing in best manne at reasonable prices Prompt service at all times Try us on- ceCovingtoii Bunks SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF MENS WEAR f or f Help a good cause by taking dinner with the Presbyterian ladies Fair week An excellent meal only 25 cents The Kindred Trial The examining trial of M B Kin dred and his 19yearold son Wade for killing George Gatrett at Panola July 4 was called Saturday before Judge Million but owing to time ab sence of important witnesses it was continued until yesterday at time in stance of County Attorney Cobb A largo number of witnesses were present and considerable interest manifested in the case lions J A Sullivai and R 11 Crooke have been engaged to defend time prisoners The trial was In progress all day yesterday but we went to press too early to get the result MadisonCo Sunday School UnionI A notice of the annual convention of the above organization appeared in a recent issue of the CLIMAX Owing to the lamented death of tIme President Capt Thos Thorpe and the removal from the county of the Secretary Prof Poago the state committee has called upon Prof L V Dodge to help work up the county convention Prof Dodge has visited several prominent points in the county and is still pushing the matter by personal visitation cor respondence He reports a general readiness To cooperate with parts of all denominations Time state authori ties suggest the place and time at Bereni Wed July 31st when Prof Fose of Louisville State Secretary anti Miss Nannie Lee Frayser oMxuis illenu adept in primary instruction clO present An able and entertaining list of exercises trout Madison county parties has also been provided for Notice On account of our Mr Thurmans bad health we wlll oOcr our entire stock of groceries at cost We will sell any amountto thy one at wholesale cost Hope time people will givo us thelrpatronnge while these goods are going Call anti get our prices Respectfully TiiuustAN GUOOKUY Co udrvowill close out whole stock to- Rn one wanting to go into business The house we occupy will also bo lime rent jiiueLGtl Pretty Woman and Pistol Cause a Sensatior- C E Sykes an itinerant photographer who with his wife and several assistants has been here several days taking views of the towns was arrested in PAris Friday night and brought back here charged with attempting to shoot his wife The affair which oc curred at M M Millers hoarding house on Mafu Street last Wednesday night was tho result it seems of jeal ousy outbe part of Sykes who accused bis pretty wife of flirting with other men Returning to time boarding house AYedaeeday night he found her in the front yard in company with sev eral gentlemen and ladies and created a scene by pulling his revolver and almin it Rtherlho interference e of bystandersr imbue prevented what mightliaye bdI11 a tragedy In Judge IUcers court Saturday Sykes pleaded guilty to flonrisliinz a deadly weapon and was lined 50and given ten days in jail Nothing amiss was noticed in the cpndnctof Mr and Mrs Sykes up to the unfortuVmto affair which is doubtless regretted by all parties con jcerned Mr Syk eJld not watt for the aqielbsit it for her homqln Buthfe K V Yodc tJie dryafkrtb- pfitl Uods c a U Notice On account of our Mr Thurmans bad health we will offer our entire stock of groceries st cost We will Jeell any amount to any one at wholesale cost Hope the people will Jrire us their patronage while these goods are going Call and Vet our pricesRespectfully TIIUUMAN GROCEKY Co Or wo will close out whole stock to any one wanting to go in business The house we occupy will also bo for rent june20tf Came nsa Witness But Found Himscll a Prisoner A man may escape the clutches of the law a time or two and continue to transgress but sooner or later ho must pay Ihe penalty For some time1 SheriirColyer has had a writ for Seth Catpp a young man in the western part of the county for shooting oil his pistol on time highway and otherwise disturb lug tho peace and quietude of time neighborhood but somehow or other lie always managed to dodgo time of1lcrs This week he was summoned as a wit ness in the GiirrettKIndred case antI whet lit presented himself at court WitS promptly nabbed and placedunder bond to answer time charges pending against him Alex Pence Convicted Alex Pence was tried before County Judge Million Thursday and convicted in lorty odd cases of Illegal whisky selling at hip place near Ford tho Ones assessed against him including costsaggreguting 1500 If some of his friends dont como to his rescue and he has to serve out his fine at per day he wilt have to lie in jail over four years which is a longer time than he was In the penitentiary for killing Jim Smith It will be remembered that Pcncu was pardoned by Gov Ueckham about a year ago on the promise that ho would reform but no sooner did he re turn than ho went back to his old haunts and old habits The county authorities have determined to stop the unlawful sale of whisky In Madison and the promptness and vigor with which they have attended to Pences case will it is hoped deter otters from defying the law as Pence has done MARRIED aneliwere married in Cincinnati Saturday WHITE WINKLEH Mr Nick White null Mies Cora Vii kler both of this citv wero married Sunday by Rev G Turner ESTEPJACKSON Jas Estep and Miss Mattio Jackson both of this county ulltycIPnirrKiiRev A J Tribblo united in marriage Sunday at his resi dence on the Irvinw Pike Mr Leslie lratt and Miss lilachc King both of slldlsplltchman lopedfromwhere they were manned by Magistrate Haute Time bride ioJtIe youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Baugh mall late of this city and at tho time was visiting lice sister Mrs John Feeney at Paris She is a graduate of Cald well liigtL School and is a talented and manyfriendsher choice The groom Is said to be a poplatityqutmtancM iiie CLIMAX extends MI u c9iituiUoav- caflx3YoIu last Wedneadiy J iJi DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES CLOTHING OF BARGAINS FOR CASH BUYERS THE= BUSY QV- i CASH ST Has decided to throw their entire stock of merchandise upon the market for 30 days at the most unheard slaughtered prices ever before named in the history of Richmond Backward season overbuying overstocked and the crowded condition of our store has caused this sale We are compelled to have money to meet our spring bills and a great sacrifice sale helps our customers and helps us We shall take each Department as it comes and spare not a single article in any of them We play no favorites Nothing reserved They must all go We commence this week with Clothing and Shoes If you are familiar with our prices in these departments you could not recognize them now The cold steel of our keenedged knife went to the quick and not a single old price is left to tell the tale Suits that were S15 and SIS are now 5n to Sil Suits that were 510 to 1250 are now 650 to 8 Suits that were 750 to 9 are now 348 to 498 andour lowerpriced suits pantshaveyourboysWe mean business We know it is death to competition to turn loose as bia stock of SHOES as we carry at prices we are turning them out at during this sale but we cant help it We are forced to do it They must go or we must and we prefer to stay Come and buy all the Shoes and Slippers you expect to need this spring and summer while this sale lasts You have been our friends and we appreciate it This is good advice we give you Profit by our loss while you can This sale cant last long Watch our circular for sale date of other departments They will all feel the knife before we ease up This is the verdict of the Busy Bee Cash Store corporation andcant be changed Hoping our many friends and patrons will avail themselves of this unprecedented chance to buy goods they need for months to come we are very respt W IL OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US u afternoon at 4 oclock at the home of the brides parents near Red house Mr Jessie D Kennedy led to tho mar riage altar Miss Lucinda Inrrish ireen It was a happy termination of a courtship lasting nearly two years IlevH C Kvcrsole pastor of the Methodist church at College Huh performed the ceremony in time presence of quite a crowd nf relatives and friends The attendants were Mr Burgin Taylor anti Miss Annie Kennedy sister 01 time groom Immediately after the cere mony time bridal party drove to this city where they Were tendered a re- ceptiOmi at the homo of time grooms parents on Filth Street The groom who is H son of exCity Assessor J II Kennedy is an industrious nut stend v young man and holds a responsible position with the Ilichmond Electric Jo The bride Is a daughter of Steph en Green a substantial farmer of tlo Red House locality and is as pretty as she is lovable Time CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations and hopes their married life may be as bright as time lay that saw them made one TODDLACKEY The announcement last Wednesday that Mr Carl Todd and Miss Margaret Lackey had been secretly married the Monday uiglit previous came as an agreeble surprise to their many friends The couple have been sweethearts for sometime and Monday night while out walking repaired to time residence of Kev J M Bailey on Fifth street where the cere mony was quietly performed That sumo night Mr Tumid left for Rnoxville Tenn and the secret lid not leak out until Wednesday when the bride com municated the fact to her parents The room is a brother of Messrs L P and Arthur Todd anti is one of the best known young men in Richmond anti popular with all who know him The brile is the protty daughter of Jailer J C Lackey and is a splendid young lady possessing all those lovely fem inine graces that go to make woman a companion anti helpmeet of man Mr an1 Mrs Todd will make their homo in Knoxville where ftlr Todd has a good position The CMMAX along with many other friends wishes time happy couple a bon voyage on the matrimonial sea FuMESWiDnRCAMruELL M iss Mary M Campbell a furm r wellknown lady teacher of this coimimtywits mar ned at Shelbvville last Wednesday to Mr W A 1 uJlenwider rime brid is tIme oldest daughter of Mrrf Harriett Campbell who resided on Fifth Street for several years anti hiss maily friends here who send cotiurttulaliuns The following account is taken from the Shelbyville Sentinel Miss Marv M Campbell anti Mr Wesley A Iullenwider were quietly married Wednesday J lily 10 at l O p in at the residence of ilm brides Hunt Mrs Goo D Sliitmmi mmunr ijhelliy ville Kev W E Urjce pastor of the Assembly Presbyterian irlmrch oili elating Immedtiitely after the core lOony the bridal arty took the tiuin for Crawlordsville Iml where they will remain with the grooms parents until July 25th The bride is a native of Rlclimoud and is a most beautiful and accomplished young inpinan dowed with rare traits of mind sad heart She lies made R large num ber of frlemla hero where she lass firm quentlr visited IMauntMr Fnilen whfcr ia a prominent young buslnoRs wIlM 04 iiU r being employed as iwk flN wits store auth hwh ly CNBEiiJt limUradlulrJIE IW built jGhdofaU their irnodtt Milpitb h their new rIa tioa 1 i i n BIRTHS COKXELISOS To time wife of George Conielison July I a ten pound boy- SAcmcEysQluSanm J Sharkelford Clerk of the Court of Appeals is time proucl parent of a fine daughter says a Frankfort dispatch JisriiThmu home of Mr anti Mrs Jo S Joplin was brightened Friday time 12th by the advent of a daughter Marion Elizabeth weight S h- isDEATHS liiiowxLKE George D ISrownlee are 50 years L N agent at East Bern shadt died Thursday of cholera mor bus lie was for years agent at Liv ington and was the oldest employe on the Knoxville Division TAYLoIAn Indianapolis dispatch announces the death in that city of Mrs Sarah lielle Turner Taylor wife of W S Tuylor the fugitive exGover nor ot Kentucky Her death was due to heart disease of which she had been a sufferer fur several years She had beon ill for a number of weeks but her illness was not regarded as serious and familyShehusband to Indiana last May one year agog when lie was compelled to flee for tho part he is alleged to have taken in the Goebel assassination Tho remains were not brought buck to Morgan HeM her old home but buried m Indianapolis Knonx We are In receipt of a copy of the Freepoit III Democrat con taining a two column notice of the death Ht that place of HUll Jacob Krolm father of Mrs II J Strong formerly of this city Deceased win was quite well known in Ilichmond having frequently visited hit daughter here was years old and was otto of the most prominent citizens of Free port having served as a member of tIme Hoard of Alderman President ol the Board of Education and two terms as Mayor of that city He was a prowl neat Odd Fellow and a true blue Democrat At the time of his death he wait President of the Second National Bank of ITreeport His death was due to heart failure and was entirely unex pected as he lied been complaining only two days A second wife and- eight children by lila litst wife survive him among tint latter being Mrs Streng who now resides in Iiiisville The remains were taken to Chicago on a special mineral train for Interment in the Jewish cemetery at that place Land Improvement About 300 men are at work cutting out two 2000foot L N tunnels near Carlisle on time MI sviile brunch of that popular road The work will oc cupy S3 days Eczema anJ Skin Eiupllsns Remicka Eczema Cure and Ke micka Pepsin Wood Tonic will euro time most obstinate caso AtH 1 Miditeluii 5jnneJyr Fortune klllJ kstltlld nt syary mans dour but infelortnne limps in Ireqiieiit Iv without knocking 3Mf Whttoz 3i ctric Otm = s Their merit lit beyond qt4- e 04irli1oteutorclIat M tn pr ki theCwliin btilldlnir MM Owu 0 HAn 8tak jm 1il 1 j1ift As the pin is bent so is the strong nina Inclinedto get up suddenly SOMETHING NEW They cure dandruff hair fntlimj tifmt ache etc costs the naino as an ordinary romli Dr Whites EliMlrin Comb Tho only patented Comb III the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with dHight You simply comb your hair each day anti time comb dots time rest This nonder flit comb is simply unbreakable and is made so it Is aluolulely impossible to break or cut the hair un a written guarantee to give perfect satiofac lion in erery respect Send ctamps fur one Ladies size 60c lents size 35 Live men and womer wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notion in this paper Address ft N RosB Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois CTfeblyr JohnsonDid your fatherinlaw set tie anything on you when you married Ida daughter lianpson Yes the rest of tile family Free New Cure lor Eczema And skin eruptions IIEMICKS EC ZEMA QUItE and REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC have never yet failed to cure FREE TRIAL Write today the samples are free Havana Medicine Co 1124 Locust Street St Louis Mo For sale by li L M iddel ton 5jonely Oatend Paw what Is neighborly congeniality PswLentlimug Jut your scythe and shovel arid getting a saucer of yrnnts over the fnce in return This Will Interest Many To quickly introduce the famous blood purifier U B H Botanic Blood Balm into new homes we will give away 10000 treatments U B If will positivelY cure all blood anti skin trou bles ulcers scrofula eczema eating sores itching humors swellings pim ples boils carbuncles hone pains rheumatism catarrh blood poison af fecting throat or bonesmncous patches cancer swellings persistent pimples or warts BBB makes the rure and rich heals every sore or eruption and stops nil aches and pains Druggists SI For fiee treatment address Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou tile anti free medical advice given until cured B H B cures old deep ented cases that refuse to heal under patent medicines or doctors treatment BB It composed of pure botanic drugs and is the finest blood purifier in the world The good tIme average man does may be interred with his bones without overcrowding Mil casket TUtor HatIliioam and Eczema The Intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases ltl instantly by applyiBg Cbamberlams Eye asd Otatmettt Many very bad cases have been pently cared by it It iLcquma tioc itching piles anti ilpplesdtaMM roalcsorey23cta per BOX Dr CWjs CMHMUM P w4r we IIIi wiM a aon seeds whell is N8 MM4 Tlrerti 1MI td1ctManIebest ia tS bptsb- eOs te prfcc ooodftte Prke II- perplrd mii Woman is often referred to by man as doubling his joys and halving Ifs becoumiphimemmiarybut time woman For in plain terms it means that where timings am going well with zlit oman his wife makes Ihrm JloinJilleharo half isis burden And theres wore truth than poetry in thus pres Mi Mendontof motherhood alumni is a burden blccer than all the loads that rest upon main gruwthinft thought that she is overburdened recelvtlhv toulatehelphave hallJthe maiden antI the maidens happl al1rflldICperfectly cured ninetyeight out ot every hundred have need it when afllictrd with diseases iccuilar to interest determine tho level of our lives Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho cord Laxative Bromo Qiinino Tablets cure a colt In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The sermon prepared for the head never reaches the heart TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE PAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All tlrulllsts retumtil te 1lon y nt sigimattireisThe Ulan who is afraid ot his skin will never save his soul A Sustaining Diet These are thin enervating days whcii as somebody hag said men drop by tho hiattdawnedto people whose systems are poIIrly sustained and t leads us to say in the interest of the less IJbnllt of onr readers that tho full pflect ol Hoods Sarsaparilla such ns to snegttt the propriety tilling this moiliiinnBomt timing besides a hlootl purifier and tonic say a sustaining diet It makes it much easier to bear tim heat niKures nuyIHe who talks of his neighbors moto does It to hide his own beam lgnn1ieLaxativelte remedy hat mm a cold In one lay The man who is long on words is apt to be short on deeds DO YOU WANT- To sell YOur HKALESTATKTIMBEH i r COAU STUCK OF GOODS DO lkl11this particulars AI I tnsv be 1MtIetu hlp von ti hUJ M KV JxHjk HeX 475 CbwWwi l1li W Va I2Jcly- a 1 LL MAGNETIC HERY1KE PITTS BURG EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt attention PRIVA EVERY WEEKDAYSIMON Vl6OREEN WrittenLUJJUIUftIJI alWUncpriclho liilCENTBfll STOCK YARDSjiii ODONNELL General Mgr Tn outn rn IVhthi1 Iment o OF LEXINGTON KY Ihe Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is less than 7 years old antI has a greater premium income to the business in force thau any Life Insurance Compnny 3E30000AmountAnyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life thbi Company offers special advantages K SMITH BOltfTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MKS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky I I t hh 7Qoiic rJv7J di7Yd1 I l August 2 3 4 H 6and 17 19OI II 3OOOO rE URSS IIII VE 4R e1IB1Ts II 5OOOO I GORGEOUS MtI5EMP47 IITT RACTI 0 fit INCLUDING AND THE MOST ARRAY OF ATTRACTImS Evcr DeyiecJ for thi ENTERTAINMENT OF MANKIND I EXCURSION RATESOM ilL RAILROADS SEE SMALL DILLS WRITE FOR ILUJSTHATED CATALOG SMITH BAIRD Treas WARE General y y you the best On the The it will make you the Money 30000 S1Nb 50000 II e IUPERB ALL PARTICULARS E W SHANKLIN Secy KY C E Pros F E Sec and L M Manager Tne 11ooii Gu ran ure Co Incorporated Offers INVESTMENT CONTRACT Market sjs BEST because Most LEXINGTON It is BEST because V there is no high ratio 3 t for J business on our Books It requires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company T + The Jelterson ii NEW and undcr IU Weekly Contract can sell you virtually Ground Floor Business every 18th week A trial will prove the wisdom of an Investment In The Jefferson HOME OFIICENo 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY ORGANIZED I860 GEOW MORRIS Pres WW UITE VIce Pre TBEMUTUAL LIrE 1NWE 0 OF KENTUCKY Inc Home Office Louisville Ky David Merriircther vjos PettasTreaa JaiBSteadman Metltcal Director llenryA JloJgc HupU Agenclei Kentacty Admitted AsseU Dec 31 1930 J30187M 3S bURPiU3Uec2U IDA iW 13 Increase in Surplus 15097432 IEapendUnreaKxces Income orer expenditures 17lJUC 4 4 IiwruceIi force Becswfcer 31 19M lJt4S I J H KENNEDY Special Agent CmIfRICHMOND KY I LAND STOCK AND CROP The Danville News reports the sale of 4000 bushels of wheat at C8 cents Kansas farmers will lose 100000000 because bf the drouth which has prac tically ruined the corn oats and other crops In twothirds of the State corn is a totalhtilureuNow that fresh eggs are no longer at a premium and the hatching season is at an end we will flail it more profit able to let the hens take a rest and be the better prepared to begin early next fall when eggs are at their best Give less food and make the lions got out antI hustle over the fields and in this way lessen the disposition to lay but increases the health and vIsor of the flocklThere is no such thing as successful farming without some farm animals find there is no such thing as steadily successful mixed farming for the person who regularly sells the best and holds the worst Only deterioration can take place under such treatment In dlo course here there will be nothing to sell that is wanted Dispose of the worst and keep the best and soon there will bo nothing not up to the standard for the bestaThe family garden usually pays a greater profit on the labored bestowed upon it than any other portion of the farm even when managed by the old fashioned method of small plats and beds and handcultivation This being the case it can surely be made to pay a much greater ratio of poflt by plan ning to plant every thing possible in long rows Jar enough apart so as to work then with a horse and cultivator thus greatly relieving your own muscles And the saving in cost of culti vation is only a small part of the benefit of the long row arrangement It will naturally lead to a much more frequent and thorough cultivation of our garden crops If the latest advice from Europe can be relied uponaiul they seem aUogher er trustworthy the prospects look favorable for the American farmer re alizing a good price for his wheat by reason of the misfortunes of the foreign ers ConsulGeneral Mason sends word from Berlin that the cOIeal harvest of 1001 in Prussia will show the largest and most disastrous deficit that has been recorded in recent years lie estimates that the shortage of bread making grain in Prussia alone will be 1700000 tons worth at present prices nearly 70000000 From Paris conies the report that the French wheat crop will bo so deficient as to make necessary the importation ot at least 30000 000 Here then is prospective foreign demand for nearly 5100000000 worth of American grain over and above tIn demand of last year The Russians bothCown wheat crop as now estimatedwill be something over 700000000 bushel which is onethird larger than the crop of 1901 However whether the present price of about seventytwo tents a bushel be maintained increased or lowered depends upon conditions that cannot be foreseen though prospects look Javorablu for a rise in wheat before the end of the year nut fori abnormal conditions that are made nun unmade by a few American when would rule the markets of the world The Richmond Fair The members of the A O U W Lodge of this city have not forgotten the large crowd which Richmond sent to our carnival on the 12th of June and they are going to reciprocate by going over there in a body on the first day of the fair July 17th Richmond has a record of not doing anything by halves and the boys are anticipating a royal time It is probable that a delegation from Maumee Tri e Imp 0 IL M will also attend and duplicate the chase of the pale face in full Indian costume which made such a hit here Bourlon News A special train will leave Paris about 730 a m returning that night One fare for the round trip July Examination The examination for white teachers will beheld at the Court house on Friday and Saturday July 10th and 20th opening at 830 a in At the same time and place will be held a competi tive examination for 4 years scholar ship nt State College Lexington On July 20th and 27th will be lucId at the same plaeo examination for colored teachers Sizes Em Up Right Thegreat trouble with many young men is they are not fitted for anything says an exchange They want to spend the first 30 years of their life being funny and having a good time then drop into a good position with a fat salary Because old business men will not put them at once in these good positions they settle down to dry goods box growlers criticising the govern ment and condemning the rich People should be very careful not to allow themselves to get frostbitten nowadays Frostbites in this weather are most dangerous I did not sleep a night for seven long weeks sleeplessnesssuffering caused by womanly diseases It is pleasant to con trast the medical in efficiency which said nl could not be cured with the prompt and perman bythePierces Favorite Prescription This great medicine for women establishes regularity dries en feebling drains heals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness pleasureInPierce medicines to womeuwritrsIrs Crassycrrek Ashel inIresulted in nicer of the uterua I was troubled with it so that nIghtforThe doctors saLd I could lot be cured bt tom PrescrIptionaad CiXbottlesGolden Medical IMecovery cud three vials of liedtotdfaithillGotadDr Pierces Common Seme MedicAl MrfettVToot Iwg pagcc is Maifree OIl tlrlCocItatlitis rthc jwtkr covered lit JteSildf lUtiI A WORTHY SUCCESSUC1 Something New thAUTARRH by the usa of powders acid gases inhalers and drugs in paste form Their powders dry up the mucnous membranes causing them to crack pen and bleed The powerful acids sed in the inhalers have entirely eaten away the same membranes that their makers have aimed to euro while pastes aud ointments cannot reach the disease An old and experienced practitioner who has for many years made a close study and specialty of the treat IJorfectedused not only relieves at once but pernanently cures CATARRH by removing the cause stopping the this cliarcesj und curing all inflammation is the only remedy known to science int actually reaches the afflicted parts This wonderfuU remedy is known as SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE nnd is sold at the extremely loW price of One Dollareach package containing internal and exter nal medicine sufficient for a full months treatment and everything necessary to its perfect use perfectCATARRH now recognized as the only safe andopositive cure for that annoying and Ktistinc disease It cures all inflamma hin quickly and permanently and is lso wonderfully quick to relieve HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD CATARRH when neglected often leads to CONSUMPTIONSNUFtFLES will you use once It is no ordinary tcmedy but a complete treatment which is positively anyformdirections which accompany each package Dont delay but send for it at once and write full particulars as to your condition and you will receive special advice from the discoverer of this wopderful remedy regarding your case without cost to you beyond the recnlar price of SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Sent prepaid to any address in the United States or Canada on receipt of Ono Dollar Address Dept C 959 ED WIN IJ GILES COMPANY 2330 and 2332 Market street Philadelphia Imaylyr Mr Maclay the latest historian of Santiago says that he is a good friend of Schloys who he says was much theIeven The piles that annoy you so will bo quickly and permanently healed if SaieBewarry Thomas Parties do not make issues Tho first SIcKinley issue was declared lobe protection but the people make iiI money If the people make it tariff 1004 the Republicans who stick to money will find themselves sadly left IA bad complexion generally result from inactive liver and bowels In all such cases DeVitts Little Early Risers produce gratifying Thomas Attorney General Knox is investiga ting the trusts with a view to prosecu ting them N 11 This is given out as a fact though we admit that it has a certain fictional characteristic CoughCUrbydoctorsCoughCureE H WISE Madison Ga- lerry t Thomas The worst thing ubont Genera Sickles attack on Commissioner Evans was the rightful amateurishess dis plpyed by the General He is mad and doesnt core who knows it bydietingplenty of good foOt properly digested Then if your stomach will not digest it Kouol Dyspepsia Cure wilt It contains alt of the natural digestants hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in nourishing the body andreplacing the wasted tissues thus strength ambition pure blood and healthy appetite PERRY THOMAS For the first tUlle in history Havan na enters July without a single case ol yellow fever This is said to be due to the almost entire extermination of mosquitoes This remedy will also do away with malaria if well applied livery now and then a Pennsylvania Congressman rises and declares that the next Congress will ignore altogether the Babcock tariff reform bilIh1e thinks the lady doth protest too much New Railroad Through Garrard A Lancaster dispatch says that the final survey of the proposed extension of the Southern railway from Burgin to Jellco is being made and the sur veying corps in charge of Capt Colfej reached that place Wednesday Gar rani county is prepared to furnish the right of way and the people there nee doing everything poesibic for the roads construction Late State News The Prohibitionists of Warren coun ty will name a county ticket in a mass convention to be held next Monday The News is the name of n new pa per started last week at Fronclfburg with R J White as editor and pub hither Tho First National and Mercer Na tional Banks of Harrodsliurp have de clared 4 per cent semiannual dif dendsMiss Viola Marcum aged twenty two years committed suicide at Catletts burg Tuesday morning by taking a heavy dose of morphine The address of welcome at the Hop kinsville Cood Roads Convention was delivered bv the Hon James A Me Ivenzie former United States Minister- to Peru Mitchell Baker a wollkuown col ored school teacher of Jacksonville a suburb of Glasgow is trying to get up a colony of negroes to go to Africa and locate Ho is not meeting with much HtlCClSS B B Widenor a wealthy gold anti copper miner of Idaho arrived in Ow ensboro with 10000 for his sisterin law and her niece Mrs Pauline Widener and Miss Pauline WIdener who committed suicidefour Ears ago on account of poverty Ho had not heard of their death Gov Beckham lisa extended clemen cy to Keene Matt lIen and Jeff Bevins and James Hunter charged with kill lnjr Dick Eppaonnd Andy Justice and wounding Bud Justice during an election fight in Pike county last No vember The evMeiuo submitted to- thuoGovernorshiowed that the accused men had acted in olfdef nse YRKree eutofall parties con corned thecharKCS against Mrs John Mareliall andE T Oainan were 118 AppofRted lahUlbal1diJrbe r rtlvMed hum JshI md left on the i54 idHjJIIIJiIltJ 1 1I fact of the matter was that so rhe Gageithought that Russia would for a ye roriwo while the dragged through the Courts and e sugar trust reaped the profit But ussials n different ort of a somebody The alcalde in the Isle of Pines has sent out his police force with order to gee that he is reelected These peo pIe ceitainly ought to have their liber ty They will pick up other civilized methods quickly enough The Republicans see the handwritlin on the wail but they refuse to read It or tolflec from the wrath to come But then what Republicans ever willingly gave up a single cent of the protection that lie bought and paid for Whats this Is it possible that the t Senator Hoar has joined the wicked Senator Lodge in attacking Secretary Gage because lie wouldnt dismiss a Democrat and appoint a Republican in his place Miss Portia Knight seems to be un w illing to compromise on a fifty cents n tile dollar basis Dukes with rich painlaws who trifle with actresses affections must stand the razzle dazzle We notice that since the monumental in Philadelphia came to light he Republican papers have been ke ping very quiet in regard to alleged larceny in Taramnny Hall Of course Republicans all claim that the good crops were due to McKinley but we dont blame them If we had gotten in we should have placed them to Bryans credit Of course the reason that Mr Ilanna wants harmony In Ohio so badly is be cause anything else might endanger the reelection of Senator Foraker to the Senate Come now Mr McKinley did you promise to kick out Mr Evans if you were elected or did Senator Scott tell a falsehood about von Dont omit to omit the revenue stamps from now on Sea Shore Excursions via C O Railway On July lath the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will run its annual excursion to Old Point and Ocean View Va leaving Lexington on the regular express trains at 1120 a m and 845 p m reaching Old Point at noon and OJ55 p in the next day respectively Round trip tickets will be sold for 13 00 good returning until August 4th Sleeping car berths will be S3 50 through in each direction nnd will accommodate two persons at same rate Mr J Hull Davidson for many years proprietor of Phoenix Hotel at Lex ington is in charge of tile Hotel at Ocean View antI tins made a special rate of 250 per day and 1400 per week for C O oxen rsiouests Ocean View is one of the most pop ular resorts on the coast in full view of the ocean and has a flue smooth beachOnJulylSth nnd August 15th the C O will sell round trip tickets to At lantic City at 1400 good returning twelve days Stopover privileges will be allowed at Washington Tickets will be good going onfpgular trains Sleeping car berths will be S400 through in each direction Arrange your vacation for one of these trips The C Ocan otTer a diversity of scenery enrouto unsur passed by any other lino to the east Send in your name for sleeping car accomodations Do not wait until the last few days Ascertain what train you will go on noon or night train and adviseThe C 0 will sell round trip tick elstolNew York daily nt 3270 going and returning via Washington at 3445 going and returning via Old Point and the Old Dominion Steamer or going via Washington and returning via Old Point or vice versa or returning via the New York Central or Pennsylvania Central Tickets will be good ten days including date of sale and one stopover will bo allowed at Washing ton Baltimore Philadeldhia at Buf faloWrite for full information GEO W BArNEY Division Passenger Agent Lexington ESIGNS J PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS FREENCharyet moderate No fee tilpatentis seemed AddressEo C reatest Bargains Ever Offered THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both One Year For i5Op ClevolandOismarket and home weekly journal in this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the home happy It has 20 pagesMostports Largest actual stall of practical editors and correspondents all farmers No wide awake farmer will bo with journalItAddress Climax Printing Co- RichmondKy t OKLAHOMA Indian Arkansas Territory Texas BEST REACHED BY DIinois Central MemphisQnIyOneNight Road By Leaving Jjouisvll at tO ttTas 1 1i- Only Line Running Free- R dining ca out of louisvitle iSTor schedule drat jrrita to It H POWLRc rl u tc 1It1 l J i No other package cot fee goes so far or gives- such I entires- atisfaction i as ARBUCKLES ROASTED COFFEE bettercoffeeeshtsekare one entitles J on to dsflnlu part of MmT ussnal article Look for the list 1a The Cynthiana Fair TIm Ccnthiana Pair under the man agement of A 0 U W No 33 July 31 August 1 2 and 3 promises to eclipse even the splendid achievement of last year The premium list is larger and better the entries more numeions and all circumstances point to un TIoyalRomnnEquine Paradox is one of the special attractions which will ho free each day Tho celebrated First Regiment Band enlarged aud improved will play a return engagement The Floral Hall is a special and beautiful features Admission to all 25 cents Send for catalogue July 1041 N I am agent for the Page Wire r Fence j And win sell any amount wanted Keep car loada on hand at aU tllleAlso pure bred Durock Jersey Hogs for sale JTCOY EirkSTllle Ky VILEY pTHE UCTAILORM- akes Lexingtons SWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish bis hasjuste IMf nTED rABRI e From New York and desires to make you an nptodala SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes his house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Winter or any tailor west of New York TRY HIM tfIo W S VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY 13feblv HALF RATESP- lus SlOO DAILY ToBUFFALOAND Big Four Route AfTordinc an opportunity to visit tho PanAmerican Exposition Niagara Falls Return limit ten days from date of wile STOPOVER ALLOWED AT Buffalo and Niagara Falls On Tickets to New York Boston 1 a Lgwfw ttS Union depot connections in Cincinnati avoiding omnibus transfers 14 FTainsDaily 4 Hours Quickest Choice of Lake Ride bctwimi Cfemlmd and Buffalo on C kLsfliaffC- iihl cn or write Agents Rig Fwt tMbpoelUGHfo WAKEN J LYNCH WrVMNVf ChI Paislt iit 4 IIP I I GOtJronfJf 411 0 tIIIr ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept NcwrczkCkyNYKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat aidsNaturostructing tte exhausted digestive or dIgestantcan aproach it In efficiency It in curesDyspepSIa NauseaShckHtadacheGastralglaCrampsand lmperfectdigestlonPrtparad For sale by Perry Thomas Low Rate Excursions to Colorado and Utah r EVERY DAY Via lIarlnlonRoat commencing June 18 continuing through the summer These will be the lowest rate summer tackyMountainis one ONE FARE PLUS S2 for the round trip but on certain dates for in inclusiveLowerThe Burlington Route is the best line the main travel line to Colorado outInglightful summer region The general scheme ot excursion rates is so extensive and varied that inquiries or details should bo made of time nearest undersignedDoprinted matter etc TO CALIFORNIA The cheapest excursion rates for the LeaguersLess spfcialthrou 13thinclusivefrom Kansas City in the morning via throughScenic California Every Wednesday per InExcursIons fordescriptiveW WAKBLTDPA40eVlne8t A Cincinnati O St Looms Mo hOWARD ELLIOTT s lien Manager St Louis Mo 8mirly Wall Paper Paints Right Goods Right Prices are the essential factors to be considered in the buying of gooods ofwhatever natureWe the former and our quotations will ttitb lith the 1Keron cverythm in the line of Wall Paper Picture Frames Window Shades Paints OtIs Varnishes and GlaLa1fCltltock ta cenv tral Kentucky aK Maibttfacturer of jdl aofaiD for all kind of Purpoee- aKSTAtSHBD 1979 J Any one needing a Sewing Machine will find the StandardAnd NorwoodT- he only strictly np todate Sewing Ma chines on the market Call in and examine these goods FREE c i Ji tl REPAIRIXOAND LANE QCa All Work GuraliI JJY close inspection will our line of Ice AND The Best and Prices thcr II THE D B i MAIN STREET RICHMOND Ky TTTT Dont forget to ask for the Consumers and NOTICE CASH OF ONE And take Special Notice that the Merchants who belong to this Assoriatiou The ClimaxmJobJ ThomasDrugsCovlngton Douglas JewelryDrSwaySm aT you DII Richmond Works T A THE Principle two or three horses Low Steel Frame Weight 6QO ppunds s It Does ++++4 I WATCHE8VAJ8PECIALTY I- NEL E find Refrigarators Coolersr Lowest STANDARD AKELF OMFANYJ L51 FREE Merc- hantsBENEFIT SCRIP CUSTOMERS TAKE anyMerchant ScripWhich PURCHASE iiwiipricesMCCllntockllamea SImmonsumlIardware I andcareful Boxes RD 5 DOLLAR MyersmLuml aiOwenV8Oldhamlurniturr flothirrsJohnu Carriage FI tf1iLONE DOLLAR YEAR CHATTANOOGA HANCOCK DISC PLOW 1901 rightResults For PlowTurnst What I S T k I e oftt plow on earth fIt turnsunder stalks trash and weeds completely pulfIt leaves the ground atbottom of furrow porous and natural It prepares the soil toIwithstand either a wet or dry seiison It insures better crops than any other method of plowing DOUGLAS SIMMONS 1L1DWL1Z1ZTOYES P IDlUEmmchlly