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Digital page images are linked to the text file. piI 1 if IICLIMAX IfOLUME 28 j RICHMOND MADISON I COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1902 NUMBER 50 11 Winter H 16 Not- Over Yet AND WE HAVE ON HAND I One Moors Air TigHt Heater One Radiant Home Air Tight A nd about Six 6 Plain Stoves that we will sell at Actual cost To get the space for other goods We want the room fro the ONLY PLOW ON EARTH and no other plow will go under the earth like the I f of Oliver Chilled Co have just gotten a fresh line of Collars Hames Back bands and Plow Bridles and everything else to make another crop and will sell the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE as we have always done 1L R SHACKELFORD CO Main Street RICHMOND KY E pride ourselves on W splendid assortment of ourj +++++ ++++ 4+ + 4- i FURNITURE i + i + + + +4+++++++ which is more extensive now than I ever Every line is cristling with Holiday selectionsnIo properly celebrate the soason YOU will probably desire somo new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron IJeds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center TableslitV variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains evor IfferedRockersany style yon may vUh Couches very latest desigia Pee the line of Leather GoodsVPicture Framing Carpets Matting and Rugs 44 ++ + ++ + + ++ + +++ +4++ JO 8 JOPLIN 220222 W Main StreetV4 + ++ + M + + + ++ + +++ ++ 4V44444 It1 a Specialty 4 + + + + +++ G W Evans Jr Embalmer and Director HOMES HOMES AN ZfU s 5ss OPPORTUNITY TO GET A GOOD HOME CHEAP Round Stone Land Company have determined to offer for the next i lays desirable homee of ten acres antI up at the Jow price of from 300 TO 1000 PER ACRE- s Comp n owns over TIre Thousand Acres of land on the Kentucky r M Division of the Louisville if Nashville Railroad on the waters of Round 0ad Copper Creeks in Rockcahtle county Ky und are now platting and iliiij MIIIIP into town lots and desirable farms and putting both lots and it tigurts niiliin the reach nf anyone desiring a homo or ft business or rV ce lolVlip lots are being laid oil in Jonway a growing little townon the L N 11 There is alrwid rivot d in Conway two large general mercantile stores a nlid Public SChIVJJI building etc Conway is Minuted in a beautiful val Iwut five miles smith of liereii College one of th largest educational insti their children to get a highclass edos in the South and those waiiHm 4tould have them attend tjils College from home on Horseback or train is noted for its well of Lithia water Persons coming i itli kidney or JilacUler trouble realize almost instant relief 111 lands olTered for mleis mostly very fertile Will raise corn orany of high grade of toharco an113 very fin Vral ili tjtCIflIIV adapted to 1 f ziwing landAt COIIWIIV here is a ready market for ties Iitil timber and of the land uticred for Iale enouh tim kf and there Is on a great portion worked uifirinarkft nmmnytiineR over for the land Tie lAnd nflorqd Tor sill IK pot moro than one audonivhalf mile from rail tV station rue hUH I mill lots will be sold for one third cash imd residue Ite in oneanil two 3c8r8 tearingifx cent per Mnnum No security will bo gladly flVl tuta lien on tltb laud Any further informatiou deslrtd L shed by the Round Stone Land Company r2tt RICHMOND KY Or this Office I FORV tPhotographs Of the ilighest Order it4 J Visit the ttI Ieuger AiJlll J Our work hM Ukf n First prize tatdifferent Stata conventions arl6mo kVh tW I F J SPNGLERKy I i I A GOOD STORY Is Told on a Prominent Farmer of Henderson County Last fall a prominent farmer of the Zion neighborhood had an old mule he did not care to feed through the winter His ten yearold nephew wanted- it and wanted it badly lie present ed it to the youngster who took it homeaThe mule did not receive a kindly welcome from the young mans father but it remained for about three months when the kid concluded he would sell it He offered it to a horse trader and parted company with it for SJ5 Mr Horsetrader clipped the mule and otherwise fixed it for sale Now our farmer friend fpring coining on concluded he wanted a mule to take Old DaiiV place He came to town and met Horsetrader who had a mule to sell but while he watt pleasedwith the mule did not think lie was worth the price aaked8O He bought else whereLater meeting Horsetrader he of feted lila mare and 50 boot for the mule wliicli otTer was at once accept ed Going home when the mule reached the pate of his brotherinIaws farm it insisted on geing in He got out of the bngiy to lead it back into the road lie recognized Old Dan He looked at Dan and said Mf I had a knife Id cut your worthless throat These are facts Henderson Gleaner A Kentucky Flying Machine The Owingsville Outlook says Capt Sid Pitman of Knob Lick is having the expert mechanics W B Powers and Oscar Palmer to construct a model of his flying machine and when it tiles properly and lights safely be will name itloP P P in honor of the inventor and two constructors The captain is confident he has hit on the correct idea after several years of thought on the subject Tlie buoyancy of the machine will be secured by a gas bag ou the balloon principle The motive powerwil be placed in the center of the car beneath tIle gas bag The steering appli ance will be at the front end of the car Four wheels of uncovered cheesebox shape with buckets on the rim and apertures in the rim at the bottom of the buckets will be operated bv the engine An appliance to cover onefourih of those apertures and cause the ma chine to rise to come down or come to a level at the will of the navigator fits withiu each wheel These wheels are the Captains particular invention and claims for merit in a flying ma chine If they work as he has figured it out in theory success is assured The Captain says he can witness the failure of his machine with perfect equanimi ty but he thinks he will make a sue cess of It- Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car buncles Costs Noth ing to Try B n B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples ach lug bones or joints boils carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken internally cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthv blood supply to the skin Botanic Blood Balm IB the onlv cure to stay cured for these awfulannoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down bod and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists 1 To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid bv writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent let ter 1m Origin of Up Salt Rixer A recent issue of the Elizabethtown News contains the following copied from an old issue of the Hannibal Mo Post Many years rfgo before the war in fact a politician and ofliceseeker liv ing in Pike county through which Salt river finds its way to the Mississippi was a candidate for the Legislature Keiiig defaated at the polls he moved into Rails the next county up the river where he tried his fortune and was again defeated and again moved up the river In Monroe county he was a third time defeated but still un daunted he canvassed Shelby county in his next attempt with as little suc cuss us he had achieved lower down the stieam From Shelby he moved to Macon and with the same result When anyone wade inquires as to his whereabouts he was said to have gone np Salt nver BEAUTY TRIUMPHS Tla a Priceless Treasure Beauty is womans greatest charm The worldadores beautiful women A pretty woman dreads inatemityforfear losing this power What can be done to perpetu ate the race and women There is a balm used bycultured and uncultured women in the shonld investigate this remedy in order to reassure their wives as to the ease with which children can be bom and beauty of form and figure retained Mothers Friendis the name b which this preparation is known It diminishes the pain to motherhood Used thronghontpregnancv it relieves morning sickness cures sore breasts makes clastic all tendons called upon to hold the expanding Burden Muscles soften and relax enceand the anticipates favorably the issue in the comfort thus bestowed Mothers Friend is a liniment for ex ternal application It is gentlyrubbed OYcrthCjtSO = being caUs all the muscles V p Drt1gists un jtfor r perbOttl You ta1iave = fre- c1IADFtill t IF AL A New Drug That Costs 7 000 a Pound Andrenalin is the name of the newest and in some respects the most important drug discovery of the decade Incidentally andrenalin costs 1 a grain or 7000 a icund Coined gold is worth 215 a pound Notwithstand jug the new drug would be cheap at any price so wonderful are its effects To Dr Jokichi Takamine belongs cred it for the discovery of the wondertni drug He is a native of Japan but went abroad for study when a young man Andrenalin is invaluable both as an astringent and a heart stimulant Used in the fir tnamed capacity i is possible to perform many operations without the loss of a drop of blood The drug makes the blood vessels pucker up when applied and keeps the vital fluid in even if the ends of the vesseles are served Hemorrhage dur lug operations the great bugbear of all surgeons Andrenalin make this wellnigh impossible- As a heart stimulant andrenalin ii scarcely less startling in its results Chloroform depresses heart notion Many people who are being operated on under the influence of Chleroform die from heart failure so inimical is the effect of the drug on heart action Now if a surgeon finds chloroform af fecting a patients heart unfavorably he willinject andrenalin and the or can will be restored to healthful action almost immediately- Dr Jokichi Takamine has shown his good common sense and progressiveness by marrying an American woman who has blessed him with two fine sons Dr Takamine and Henry George Jr married sisters the daughters of Cut Hatch of New Orleans Takamine was one of the bright young men whom the Mikado sent abroad to study for their own benefit and that of new Japan Takamiue studied chemistry at the University of Glasgow and has been in this country six or seven years Stand Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the tor tures of itching and bursting eczema Echaldhead or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Aruba Salve earths greatest healer Quick est cure for Ulcers Fever Sores ialt Klieum Cuts Burns or Bruises In fallible for Piles 25c at lerry Thomass drug store 1m J Appropriation Assured A Washington dispatch to the CourierJournal says that the Public liuildings and Grounds Committee reported its bill to the House last Satur day The bill carries with it an ap propriation of 20000 to complete the Custom House in this citv When in terviewed on this subject yesterday Senator McCreary expressed himself as satisfied that the bill would be passed in a few days The money will be used in finishing tho court room and in put ting in an elevator It is largely doe to the efforts of lion G G Gilbert that the appropriation is secured Lite Guards The Life Guards are two regiments of cavalry forming part of the British household troops They are gallant soldiers and every loyal British heart is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yours ours everybodys should have its life guards The need ot them is especially great when the greatest foes of life find allies in the very elements as colds influenza catarrh the grip and pneumonia do in the stormy month of March The bj t way that we know of to JuardHcainst these diseases is to strengthen the system with Hoods Sarsaparilla the greatest of all life guards It removes the conditiona in which these diseases make their most successful attack cives vigor and tone to all the vitalor Ins and functions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood Remem ber the weaker the system the greater the exposure tojdisease Hoods Sar sapaiilla makes the system strong 1m The Outlook is making a special tea tare of printing singlepage portraits and sketches of people of immediate note The May Magazine Number contains such portraits and sketches ot Donald G Mitchell Ik Marvel who huts just passed his eightieth birthday James R Garfield the new Civil Service Commissioner Frank P Sargent who is to be the new Immigrant Commissioner and Henry Clay Evans who has lately resigned the office of Commissioner of Pensions Holds Up a Congressman At the end of the campaign write Champ Clark Missouris brilliant con gressman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and constant speaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of order but three bot des of Electric Bitters made me all right Its the best all around medi ems ever sold over a druggists coun ter Over worked run down men and weak sickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Biters Try roc Guar anteed by Perry ThcmaBdruggist 1m Every Word True George Washington died and the country survived His death was a ten days tlkand then people talked of sonebody else Napoleon went to St Helena and a Bourbon occupied the throne of France What is trui if illustrious men is true in greater degree of those who have not achieved eminent distinction To succeed in ad vertisiugoue must keep himself con stantly before the public AVhen he ceases to advertise people forget him Who remembers Humbold now Yet time was when he and his buchu preparation were thin talk of the conntrr When a man ceases to work he deteriorates mentally wh nthe busines man stops advertising his sales decrease vislblyPnrii Gazett- eDangerous If Neglected cuts and other wounds often IEurtll5 If neglected and troublesome bores Iei1its Witch Hazel Salve prevents such cOn sequeuces Even where delay has ar- aravated the injury Dbyitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running Ore on my leg thirty years says 11 C Hartly Yankeetown After using many remedies I tried DeWitta Witch Hltzl Halve A few boxes healed the sore Cures all skin j diseases vield to xit at once Beware of counterfeits 1 m A woman neVer sets too old to tell what a flirt she Used to bet Your true Bohemian is the fellow who Is poor and prbml ofiiu a You Can LeadHoPseto water but you cant make him drink You cant make him eat either You can stuff food in to a thin mans stomach but that doesnt make him use it Scotts Emulsion can make him use it How By mak ing him hungry of course Scotts Emulsion mikes a thin bodyhungryallover Thought a thin body was naturally hun gry didnt you Well it isnt A thin body is asleepnot workinggone on a strike It doesnt try to use its food Scotts Emulsion wakes it upputs it to work again making new flesh Thats the way to get fat Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chn t 40 Pearl St N Y Soc and 1 100 all dnijjiiti FROG FARMING EXPER IMENTS They Are Proving Very Prof liable in Canada Frog farming as an industry is assum ing large proportions in ninny parts of Chula Not only are largo shipments of frogs legs made froth that country to the United States but there is a growing demand for the luxury in ma ny of the large centers of the dom lI ionOne of tile most successful frog farina is in Ontario Last year it produced 5 000 pounds of dressed frogs legs and 7000 living frogs fur scientific purposes and for stocking other waters The deputy commissioner offisher ies for Ontario reports that in the past year a number of applications were made to the government for leases of lands suitable for this industry Xo licenses were however granted as it was found that the territory concerned was already being farmed by a num ber of people What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and as KingsNewtone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the S8 tem enrich the blood improve appetite make healthy flesh Only 25c at Perry oS Thomas drug store 1m Forty Years of Silence At thp homo of Messrs Lu and Gore lionta on the Lexington pike is an old colored woman who has never spoken a word since her husband was put upon the block and auctioned off to Southern slave dealers over forty years ago When he was torn from her she vowed nsver to speak until he was restored to her and though many years have passed and the custom of selling human beings has been abol ished she still keeps her vow Aunt Susan as she is called is now be tween sixty and seventy years of age llarrodsburg Herald Wants Others to Know EarlyRiserser and they are all right I am glad to indorse them for I think when we find a good thing we ought to let oth ers know itwrites Alfred Heiuze Qnjucy 111 They never gripe ordis tress Sure safe pills 1m Look Out For Them There are a number of grocery sales men working in different parts of the State and their mode of operating seems to be this way They offer to eell sugar at 3 cents and coffee at S cents on three months time Then they sell at exorbitant cash prices light groceries like raisins grapes peaches etc When the goods arrive they are de livered with the exception of the cheap groceries which the salesman explains had to be shipped by freight The light groceries are of poor quality and the cheap time groceries never come Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin erjng cough or cold We all know what a summer cold is Its the hardest kind to cure Often it hangs on through the entire season Take it in hand right now A few doses of One Minute Cough Cure will set you right Sure cure for cough colds croup grip bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once Children like it One Mitt ute Cough Cure is the best rough med icine rover usedsays J II Bowles Grovetown N H I never found anything else that acted so safely and quickly 1m Rolling Meadows Frost lifted timothy plants pretty badly la it winter and a rolling cerlali ly paid well This work must be done for best results just as soon in the spring as the turf will bear the weight of the horses A steel roller weighted with six or eight hundred pounds set tied the plants back into place and there is present promise of a good crop ofgrafS On six acres ot the thinner land eeventvfive pounds of nitrate of soda were appHed per nero The prof Itablenessof such a dressing depends so entirely upon the weather that fol lows and the price of hay that ono hesitates tomake the investment even if it is small In hot wet weather ni trate of soda does not help growth greatly Like a Drowning Man Five years neo a disease time doctors called d spepsla took audi hold of me Geotsin helped mae As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at K6dol I felt an improvement at once and alters few bottles am and well KodV ol is the only preparation which ex actly reyroduces the natural digestive juiceatiiid consequently Is the only one ts any good food nndVcu- reagQfl pfBtotuach trouble Itn coi ci h Kentuckians and The Worlds Fair The irSovement under vny in Kentucky to secure a Ruing representa tion of that State at the Louisiana pur chase exposition in spite of the failure of the Legislature to make an appro priation for thnt purpose is worthy of the public spirit and local pride that have characterized the people of Kentucky in nuny distinguished en deavors Under the direction of time Commercial club of Louisvtlln it is proposed to raise 100000 in subscrip tions of I each the presumption being that there are least 100 000 people in the blue grass State who would be glad to give each rather thou see theii Commonwealth without representation at the great fair to he held in the neighboring city of St Luuu It would be most regrettable if Ken tacky should not have an appropriate exhibit at the big fair While that State was not a part of the original Louisiana purchase its real develop luuiit was coincident with and closely related to the growth of the territory on this side of time Mississippi There is a srong bond of blood and friend si Ip between the people of KDtucky anti those of Missouri and in this uu dtrtakiug Missouri is more vitally in erected than any other State Tak ing these thugs into consideration it is not strango that the people of Ken tucky resent the failure of the house to puss the measure sent to it from the senate providing for the expendi ture of SICOOtO for a worlda fair exhibit But with the situation properly pre sented to the people there is little doubt of tile entire success of tint plan to raise the desired sum by popular subscription If tile thing is accom pushed it will be a monument o the public spirit of the Kentuckiaiw and will make the display of that Stare one of especial interestSt Louts Post Dispatch Wont Follow Advice After Paying For It In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to impossible rot the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hy giene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one resort left namely the drug treatment When medicines are used for chronic constipation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets should be Their use is not followed by constinatien as they leave the bowels in a natitril and healthv condition For sale by Stock ton Hagan 1m The Farmer The farmer is IT in this country He builds the cities the railroads and the factories antI the telephones and supports them all lIe makes the land blossom as the rose In the past four years the plow has made all the prosperity that has come to all classes of people Daring the year 1S91 he exported 52000000 worth of products In other words after feeding the nation he put in circulation by his toll a volume of money gathered from what he sold across the water equal to half the entire money issue of the nation He does all this and what does the government do for him It taxes riim on what he consumes to benefit the manufacturers It permits trusts to grow up to charge him more for what he buys It allows railroads to charge him higher rates for freights titan it docs to manufacturers In fact it does everything it can to mako him bear all the burdens of government and in addition levies a tribute upon him to help carry on other lines of bus iness and what it does for him is rep resented by a great big CEx A Billion Minutes Camille Flammarion the well known Frenchastronomer has announced tw fact that ne billion minutes since the beginning of the Christian era hud elapsed on Friday last at ten minutes past 6 p m Nobody probably experienced any sensation whereby the billionth minute of the Christian era could be differentiated from any that went before or that Intro como after The man who knows how many commas there are in the Bible or how many times the article a is repeated in Shakespeare will doubtless seize this chunk of French astronomical wisdom with gusto TO MOTHERS Mrs J H Haskins of Chicago HI President Chicago Arcade Club Addresses Comforting Words to Women Regarding Childbirth DEAn Mni FCTSHASI Mothers need not dread childbearing after they know tho value ot Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound While I loved children I dreaded the Ordeal for it left me weak and sick Is t MRS J E ttiSKECS for months after and at the tithe I thought death was a welcome Jjcllef i but before my last child was born a r xjd neighbor advised Lydia EPink hauls Vegetable Couipounjl and I used that together with you Pills and Sanative Wash forJfour niontha before the childs birth iit bjttught me wonderful relief I had an ache or pain and when the child was ten days old I left my bed eliding in health Every sprinrandfalilnnyv take ixVottleofLy EPin1ditniVege- tablo Compound and find iK keep3 eta itt continual excellent 3ieahi Mae J H IlASEiss 3243 ln4iand Ave Chicago Ill tSOOOf If4bocltuUno aa It net gtailne Care and careful ci ui scl whatthc cxpcctant amdwoit1d1mc mother Bceds and thl c ho ca1lSCCttlO withiebitcjts by wrI41 tf M i c1f l a 7c IIDo You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our Soot You sate money by buying nowand t OF has been so enormous that we cleaned up nearly all of our early purchase and spring business VV Piques and new actings ill endless varieties are to be had in our Wash Goods Department We are showing tbfmost complete and uptodate line of these good ever opened in this city sOur Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk are the talk of the town Ask to see them You ran find all tb Dnea Good all new Skirting Cloths Suits Cloths Yailetiuert Oacawana new Vailiiifn partment Ask to pee our Dress Goods whether you want to buy or not Get posted in all the new styles it IB plmnure lor our salespeople to show you goods Our Domestic Calico Cations CoUennades Indian Head Cotton Itrci fog and n1IthillJ you may want in domestics are always fresher fleaer cleaner and at a lower price ibae heyare to IK had elsewhere Get wr LOW CASH PRICES on all domestics Cud save money H 1i lq Heres where we set competition a pace that they cant keep in sight Our Slum Department is of the moat conlUeleof all our stocks Anything you in Shoes Men Women Misets Boys Youths Children and Itabies can all Jet fitteth up here in the mot ulesirable at prices never before named fOlt good qUAlity Shoes Ask to sue jour NEW SPECIALS in Shoes Dont lag behind and buy old stuff follow the crowd and get th good things When it Comes to togo way back and sit down Get our prices and eei our new l If You Need ah Suit I If your ton needs a Tuit if yon need part of a suit Pants Coat or Vest or anything else in Cloth we have cot it foryou Our Clothing all fresh and new no old shopworn stuff to palm off on you for new Our psiea In this dmartmaui have been cut to tile quick and hauidsoimte upto date uobbr i axe low prices Dont fail to see them get ted in WI are showing everything new in small wares Notions of al slI kind new hosiery rew Yeas new Coilshuirte iianhkerchiefs Embroideries new Gloves new itibbona nd au the tlower than Our new style Hats in Felt and Straw are having quite a run ss Call and see them If you want anything Great or Small but always of the best quality you can find it for the least prwoat rII you for past we are very tIi PROFESSIONAL CARDS r TiOIt1ETfi RW ATTORSBYATLiAW- RICBUOMD KENTUCKY Office thenurnam Building next door to arm r8 National Bank feb3ly SurwrV AJA ATTORNEY ATLAW on J 0 Dl1 OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Sebond street over Ohen nIts grocery W R LETCHER AUorneyatLow RICHMOND KENTUCKY CSfOfflce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Dennetts old law ollee over Perry 5 ThomAs drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the oe Ccilinj building iS and 20 See cad Street over Vime eelS drugitere j CHAS C HOOKER TETERTXARY SnRfJFnv Graduate Ontario Veterinary cuucye Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty e7OfHce at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly E C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Building Main Street Telephone at residence Usirr place oa Broadway icniioND 7 KENTUCKY W EVANf D J PllYSICIAX AXD SOBQKON- RiciiiiosD KENTUCKY I DBNTA1 SUEGSBT T OBXtVVC t tonsQ LoUJIILUI DEnIST- OJ Ky a0fflce next door to Covet nnent Building dJchroSnd Ky Office hoor to 121 to VLrS f f Harry M Bla ton L TOfficeln Den ettIDlldiDg IJanly JELEPHOSB ic i i IR LANDMAtf l Hotel Glyhdpn r f Welnesday May 14 1902 If v1iii 1 i g F i a ilIup IKy Carriage Works John Donelson PropIi OUR ADVANCE SALE SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS buytheZI1ll6tYfS1Ootlldv PordesayneSilks thing in tbt i Habit Tailormade new 3 Mi5 Suiting I a tGillJhaOltl SHOES SHOES SHOESof one footwear Carpets fn11IIOilUptodate Spring a in t new pricesJtrJ1always elsewhereVmaterial BUSY BEE CASH STORE Thanking patronage respectfully OLDHAM CO Ii MILLER 1Office Prathcr the DENTIST rS t1 k 7 71j 1 7ij 11 teirest 7TlJl j lh Certainly we can Every farmer and h us ti Iii keeper in Madison county will need sumttiiiujf i t tinour line To the farmer we particukirly 1 f yIrr Western Plows and other implements mfis f sary to the cultivator of all crops and tn ti J housekeeper we call attention to our lint f ft Modal Steel Ranges South rn vueen Cooking r tIfL and our prices will astonish you wcan l the oods you must have awl win intciestIU if you will call and get our prues befor Ilacfiringorders for anything in this line Wt tl agents for the celebrated Studebak 1Fatin Wagon which is the finest and imntIwagon on the market We maka specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering Mry W D Buckle one of the best tinners in Ken tucky having charge of this department Call fj and let us quote you prices and we will mali of you an everlasting friend and customer 7 TAYLOR = BROS 9 + I I illURMAr+ t TflflflflVVhas made Richmond the best market on Hides Skin old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people ran pay good prices Tharman can pay better prices always the high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them tilt the timo CALL AND GET OUR PRICES tJo Thurman GroCerY Co ljantf DEAL AT 00c I Dry Goods Clothing 10f all kinds for men and boys the latest and prices lower than ur Shoe tiis Groceries Queensrare lcntsJVClotnblcs liiiwaie of laU kinds Hardware Etc GIve u a call Let ns show Von our large new line of t t GENERAL MERCHANDISE x all kinds TFe im 1ave you motley iiemerajbeu AVC still givf you Debate Stamps Dont forget foasitc for stamps purchasing goods ofus Repst l l HbrE 1- 7ii beet hijwant w4D0 ooolfurs Brosl 111YQurNotiollSEtcItl 11LINE hmsTV3Rost F RICHMOND T he Richmond Climax OHDNACLT PrtaWeat A D MILLED mtanager BOBTSCliOXVB Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1802 rOBLlSHEBXVEKY WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Co Inrorporal- edANNOUNCEMENTS Xwv J We are teyfeUtA to aBBomee ROY O WHITE aa a candidate for Cimtt Cur Chrk- Hilfect to the action of the Democratic party We are aath rfwd to announce DAN H BRBCK an a candidate for Ctert of the Mrtl oa Circuit Court Nofwt to the action ef the Democratic party I hereby annoaoe ajwelf as a candidate ifor the BoariMUon for Clerk ol JH Madkwn Clr cuft ort wMtct to the action of the Demo cratk party hoping that my many friendo In the it taorably consider auy cJalBM that I mar loan to the nominatimi and if mHn ioated I roml to use all bosorable raeatw temre retectiea aad If elected to endeavor it to faith rail dfeekarge rnydtleVMCIeA Thanking the people for put ad future ayOfS I am ReepecUany S ii THORPE we are utboziid to anDoDCe GEORGE D WHITE M a candtdate for Clerk of tN Mudi- eon Clmtt Contt Mbect to the action of the Democratic party HON LILLARD H CARTER of Anderson county has with drawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress He says that un forseen business connections and other matters of grave private importance have forc ed him to withdraw from the race This leaves but two candidates in the field FOR two years Kentucky wasted of having the young t st Governor of any State in the Union but can claim the honor no longer William McCmsky who was recently inaugurated Governor o f Washington is twentyeight years of age TilE Midway Clipper issued its Trade Edition last week containing twelve pages pro fusely illustrated It was one of the best that has come to our table in a long time BEEF vas known to be higher once before but that is another story LOW KATES ON THELN One fore to IionUville and return May 18th morning trains Iftth good re turtling May 21st Mar 34 SS 20 and morning trains 30 good returning May Hrt Account Elks Charity Carnival One and one third fares to Louisville nd return May S 3rd good till May 26 One tare lot morning trains oL May 3rd in and 17 limited two days from date of sal Account spring meeting New Louisville JfMihfy Club Ono and one third fare to Cincinnati ami return May 14 to 17 good return ing till 19th Account May Musk Festival due and one third fares to Lexington and return May 12th Rood returning May 13th Account Viola Alien Per forance One fare to Dallas Texas and return May 3 4nml 5 JOOCt returning till June 9th Account General Conference M K ChurchOne to Asheville and return May 6th to 10 limited May 21 with privi lee of extension to June 2nd Account Southern Baptist Convention L LBrowerLOJ LEXINGTON KY In the Library comfort and conveni ence shouldreigi supreme Big luxurious comfortable chairs for the man of the house to loll back at his ease A Globe WernickElastic Book Case which grows when his library growsthe most convenient piece of library furniture Al ways lull fits any space in the rooma place for all the books hes got Convenient xL i bra r y T a b 1 e s possessing plenty of drawers and plenty of elbow room fqr himself 10 to 4- 0chAiRsLeatherupholstered lounging and Turkish Chairs 15 to any price desired C1F18rcerCo1 RAIN A1TD BROADWAY I LEXINGTON Ky ni rAin Great Gaatt- The champion baseball team of Main street West if Second street has chal lenge Mr II E Turleys crack team made up of the best men Bait of Sec ond street to piny a game of ball on the Ompus Friday afternoon Game will be called at three oclock The proceeds will goto the Y MC A Osteopathy Dr and Mrs E O Vance both grad uates of the Southern School of Oste opathy have located in Richmond for the practice of their profession Both IIHVC lad much experience and they come well recommended Their office la in the State Bank Trust Co build ing Their card will be found in an other column Cut Day veryJairlittle business transacted as few seemed to have money to spend Norris Bros yardsThefrom 31 to oXc The Madison yards had 720 cattle and fewIOld ftiilcn ntcst There will be a prize contest of Old Fiddlers at the Oourt House Thursday aInfirmarysecond 6 to third Already a num ber of contestants have been selected competeICliBDsnlt Mrs Joel Enibry or Mr Char ence E Woods More fun In store than a circusCHit GUK tl BillLtc Brakes tIc Playwr Tltu hottest Indmost interesting game of baseball that has his occurred in this county for sow a time was play ed between the Georgetown College Iterea tennis on the toilers grountg IIaad Saturday The gRille was largely and decidedly warm with 1 to 0 in favor of Georgetown until the seventh iniining then came 11eresrturn and when the game tIre- score was 3 to 1 in favor of Berea The deII11Groyertown team got one of his ks broken below the knee while scuffling with another boy over the ball as the team was practicing Lucky to say G rover was at home he being a eon of Mr A T Fish of Bore whose care he was inim diately under and the broken bows properly set by Dr Davis Commissioners For- Confederate Home Gov Beekham has named the corn missioners for the Kentucky Confeder ate Home as followstFor two years H P McDonald Louisville WO Coleman Sulphur ft A JJrowder Fulton Fayette Hew itt Frankfort It E Duncan Hawes ville For three years Leeland Hathaway Winchester J H Bozarth Owensboro L II lilnnton Danville A L Uarne Boston Ben D Terry Cadiz For four years Bennett H Yonnj Louisville George Mattingly Bards town Dr L J Jones Franklin T T H dger Rogers Gap II H Ewing Owiugsville Under the provisions of the bill au thorizing the Home the Conlederates of the State must furnish a home and thirty acres of ground the house to be fitted to accemmodate twenty five persons before the duties of the com missioners named begin The location of this property must be acceptable to the Governor and It must be deeded to the Commonwealth The commis sioners named are to serve without re numeration It is proposed to raise 25000 for the home Of this amount 14000 has been secured The location of the homo will not be made until the fund is comp eted Viola Allen at Lexington In many respects tho most impor taut dramatic event of the entire season at the Lexington Opera Houso will be the engagement oi Miss Viola Allen who conies for two performances on Monday May 12th She will be seen at the matinee Iu a magnificent re vival of the Hunchback and at the evening performance in her great sue cess of the past two seasons In The Palace of the King The former play has been put on by the Lie lers fur a special spring tour of four weeks In it Miss Allen ap pears as the beautiful daughter of Mas tar Walter and finds the role one well suited to her excellent methods She is supported by a special allstar oast productionHer Dolors in the dramatization o Marian Crawfords famous novel has proved such a delightful creation that her many admirers regret to have her jive it up Special rates on all rail roads tf Public Sale of Gly LoU I will soil publicly to the highest bidder on Saturday May 17 at 2 oclock I p in on the premises the following described city property viz fortyfeetfind tunning back 120 feet also a plot of ground fronting forty feet on the north side of GlyndonAvenue and run rung back about 126 feet to G G Prew Itts line All of this property is centrally loca ted being near the Pattie A Clay In llrmary in the heart ot the city of Richmond Ky convenient to all the fchools The lots are located on water mains and have pavements The boca Hon and improvements make them very desirable for the building of homes People desiring to see this property will call on Cbenanlt Evans neal Estate agents at the State Bank Trust Cowhoso officers will show them the property or give information Terms very liberal and made known on day f sale 4t John B ChenanlU When a fellow gets the reputation If b intr a mad wag he should look out for the dog catcher WIt does not followtbin an rgamonti i logicalbicauea jt fa tbeyoKeu PeculiarTo ItselfIn what it igand what it does con taming the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic substances and effecting the most radical and per manent cures of nil humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine acts like it no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medicine has restored health and strength at so little cost I was troubled with scrofula and came near losinc my eyesight For four months I eouU not see to do aortblnz After taking two bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could see as welt as ever SUSIE A HAIES TOy Withers N C Hoods Saroaparilln promises to cure and keeps the promise CONCLAVE PROGRAM ieaie of the DeHjfctfnl Features to be Provided For the KnJjhts TenrUr at Versailles The official program fur the 55th an nal Conclave of the Kentucky lhts Templar which convenes in Versailles on the 21 and 22 of May is about completed and consists in part of the following attractive features Tuesday evening May 20 Arrival oi visiting Commanderies and escorting them to their headquarters Informal reception and recognition meeting at the headquarters of the Versailles Wandering minstrels and serenade parties Wednesday May22 U a inGrant Dress parade composed of the various Commanderies of the Stato and headed by mounted escort Eisht brass bands in line 10 a m Annual sermon and religious services at the Presbyterian church 11 a m Addresses of Welcome and responses at Court Hous- e1230Luncheon itt headquarters of Versailles Cemmandery 2 p in Assembling at the Court- House of the Grand CommnnderJ 330 p m Exhibition Drill Receptions at headquarters of various vieMitig Commanderiee Until 0 p in 630 to 830 p m Promenade con certs 830 p in to 1 a m Receptions and bolls by Louisville and De Molay Com manderies Thursday 1m May 22Session of Grand Commandery Visit to the stock farms and historic homes of Woodford Carriage drives to various points of interest Lunch eon at headquarters of the Versailles Commander Afternoon Receptions at headquar ers of visiting Commanderies Carri age drives continued and samples of Woodfords hospitality at country homes Woodland drives promenade concerts Night Installation of officers of G NrandGrand Reception and rail by the Versailles Commandery at the Masonic Temple Farewell serenades Friday morning Speeding of the parting guestsPLetters already received by the Corn mitten on Entertainment indicate that this will be the largest anuual Conclave of the Knights Templar ever held iu Kentucky It will be characterized by genuine hospitality and a rollicking good time will be guaranteed every Knight and lady who attend this Tournament Teeth extracted without pain 23 cents DR HOBSOX Richmond Ky Grand Coinsuntey Kaijlits Templar of Kentucky Versailles Ky Nay 2122 For the above occasion the L A railroad will sell tickets to Versailles May 20th 21st and 22ndwith final limit 23rd at rate of one and onethird fares for the round trip 8t C M Brewing Genres Mgr Ho For Crab Orchard General Passenger Agnnt Stone of the L X has notified Manager Joe Willis that low rates round trip tickets to Crab Orchard Springs will be sold at all points during the season bogiu inx June 1st and good uutil September 30 Asia result Richmond people will have the addition of inducement of cheap railroad fare to spend the heated term at Kentuckys world famous health resort old Crab Orchard springs It is 10 luiles from Stanford on the L X and 40 miles from Richmond Epides Do not breed your mare until vo see EPICLES threeyearold trial 221 soil of the great Bow Bells 219j and Fancy by Favorite Wilkes dam of three great race horses one of which sold for 10000 and will raze for the big stakes on the grand circuit this year EPICLES breeding is second to none his trotting action Is perfect goes without weights or boots his style and finish is that of the show horse type and his fee is only Fifteen Dollar Come and see him at the Ellen Dale Stock Farm m charge of Robert Wa kcr npr304t We will pay the highest market price for wool aproOSt Oovincton Arnold Bro Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by Increased patronage iu both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000i feet on lilt mitiaiiutt gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price ofcwi fmiri 3200 to SI75 JPgfBut notice ix ehjKicially given that title discount on gas will not be yhist month at the otflce or who is indebted loth company for water All rtefln qqeut pertou will burtqui red to pay the present rate penalty without exception Bespectnlly Ricu Jioxuf VATEU LKIIIZ Co Nov inJI deb4ti In their eflprls to gctiuthuswirnj lYetJJnbot j JI And Carnival Association EWi JI JN I JULY 14491 mTY LLBCT R SALE OF TOWN LOTS For Taxes for 1901 D R Freeman City Collec tor of Richmond Ky will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House Rich mond Ky on- SATURDAY MAY 17 1902 Between the hours of 10 am and 4 p m the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1901 White List Bolton Mrs Mary S 300 SBarneSamnrBlevins James 100 Duncan Wells 150 Duncan Chenault Stone 760 Fanny James W agent 200 Hicks Fred adm J It Hicks mOw HarrisonOHnr 800 Kellar Mrs Ed n r 700 King Emma SOC Kirby John fine 100 Masters Woodson n r mOs Maupin Mrs Fannie 450 Martin Thomas r hoC McKenna John t S100 Million Thomas McMaban Pats heirs 200 Nell Cornelison 1000 Parish S D 1980 Parish Powell 500 Prather Ed S n r OO Rice William GtO White John F 4170 Williamson Mrs MoM r 200 Colored List Barnaul John C 290- liiggerstalT Meredith 250 Bigiierstatf James 50 Black Jonas 100 lllack Jonas S 275 Bronstou Jake 100 Henna Chartey 500 Ballnid Winston 260 Breck Uurgoviie 000 Chenault John 450 Chenault Tobe 2W Crutcher Kaiicy 200 Crutcher llajs 200 Campbell Malt 150 Cornelison Charles 350 Campbell Mariah 75 a iiie 150 Embry Mariah r 75 Embry E M 450 Embry Rebecca 400 Embry Julia A 200 Estill Mary 400 Estill Robert n r 200 Fife SarahGHarris Alice 250 Hill Nathan iso Hall George 200 Irvine Joe 200 Jackson Bettie Hairs 200 Johnson Richard JOG Johnson Robert N B 300 Kirby Charles 300 Kennedy Robert Agt 200 Lindsey J Fa 85C- Mitchells Mary Heirs 400 Martin Irvine 250 Mathews Annie 150 oland Allen 300 Xoland Lizzie 150 O P Eremier1200Ihielps Zena 150 helps Sid x n 100 Parks Shell 150 Parks George Ann 200 Postell Peter x r 100 Rogers Mrs Qharles 150 Rhodes Lavania I 050 Rice George Agt Stone Minerva ISO Stone George Sr 450 Smith Howard 250 Smith Scott 250 Turners Dans Heirs 400 Tye James 100 Tevis Cassie 250 Tribble M0ne 200 Trjbble Harry Heirs 200 Tribble John s ii 40Todd James C 200 Terrill Ed 350- Tomljn Henry 160 White James Agt 125 White Dave 360 White Mary D 250 White Kurds 850 Walker Ann 200 Willis Edna 150 Winfield Dow 800- WmJield Millie ZOO WiliamsLuke fim- Washinctoii Bas 200 Gate Maggie nut Federal Court Federal Court closed Wednesday night after a three days Fessiotu Dur- Ing that time a large docket was dls posed of In the case of the United States against K G Hail of Somerset the jury failed to agree Oleve Hew kins colored was sentenced to 10 months in the Atlanta penitentiary for breaking into ia postofBce in Franklin county Thero were a number of moonshiners convicted fourteen of whom will serve their time in the Richmond jail The longest terms were given James and Steve Van Win kle of Jackson county The first got twelve months and 100 fine and the second eight mouths and SlOt The case against George Bush for al leged postoflice robbery resulted in a hung jury- Zichariah T Christman filed a petition of voluntary bankruptcy The two suits for the condemnation of land for the new locks on the Kentucky river could not be tried ill this term of court and there will probably be an extra term of court hold in June to dispose of them in order that the work on the locks may not be delayed The fellow who doesnt know enough to come in out of the rain may still be slick enough to carry a borrowed umbrella There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than alt other diseases put together and until the last few incurableFornounced it a local disease und pie scribed local remedies and by conS stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced in Incurable Sci ence has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It 10dropsly on the blood and mucous surfaces of ndreddollarsSend for circulars and testimonials CoToledoSold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best It is better toibreak njrood iesolu1 tioa than never to4iav liuil uny j 1 JF Appropriation Secured The appropriation of 20000 to complete the Federal Court House has been secured at last and it is thought that the contract for the work will be given right away The CLIMAX has received the following letter from Hon GG Gilbert who has been tireless In his efforts to secure the appropriation You have no doubt seen from the Courier Journal by this time that our public building at Richmond is to be completed and furnished Mybill called for twenty five thousand but the Supervising Architect of the Treasury reported that we only nettled twenty thousand dollars to com plete the building and furnish it as originallv contemplated and the latter sum is what we obtain I thought per haps a direct communication was due from me to your piper and would per haps be more satisfactory to your people I suppose the work will proceed with as little delay as practicable after the bill shal have passed the Senate and I do not apprehend any difficulty at that end of the Capital Unless accompanied bytact flattery generally falls flat Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering rsciaticheumatismJosh Edgar of Germantown CalhIas able to be around but constantly suflered I tried everything I Chamberlalnswaa immediately relieved and in a hort time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why itIsThe seeds of discontent will grow in any soil No Loss ol Time ColilCholerayears and would rather be out of cof o f bottlesforklagalnb y the above the threshers were able withol1tlosing Ol1rhomegait 1m For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments 26George eoNr RYoungSon Glairow KyU 10 41INn 09RobtR J Dnrrett Preston St road Jefferson n seaASend bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C mygt lem 0 Vance D 0 MrsE OYanceDO W PhysiciansState Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Bnthern ISchool of Osthcopathy only of PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit housekeeping I will sell publicly on the premises near L X Depot on SaturdayY10 J902 At 2 oclock p rn1the following prop ertycAIL Furniture Carpets Stoves etc 2Horse Wagon 1 Spring Wagon 1 Plow 16 Head Yearling Cattle 4 Cows PigsA Hay C W COBB r Notice to All persons having claims against Cyrus Douglas an4 Douglas Droll must file same at once with C f Douglas or be barred All persons indebted to Doaglas Bros Will please call at once and settle These accot nt i have been placed in the hand of Attorney H Collin for collection and all parties owing said firm are requested to call and settle and save farther expense Tmylt CHA8 E DOU- GLASPublicSale If not sold privately I will on AT RDAYMAr 17tn 19 J At 2 oclock p m sell as agent of Mrs Margaret Rices heirs two houses aud lots and two building lots located in the East End near L N depot Richmond Ky Said property will be sold separately and then as a whole and the sale will go for which brings the most money Terms made known on day of sale This is very desirable property and I will take pleasure in showing same to anyone desiring to purchase H C RICE Agent Margaret Rices Heirs aprSOJt PUBLIC SALE OF tLand Stock and Crop CMUndnofWhilp10 oclock n mon Thursday1May 22d 1001 the following property viz Seventyeight acres more or less of land landIswill be included in sale A good tobacco barn which will hold eight acres of tobacco one good tenant house with all necessary outbuildings Two brood mars S cows 4 yearling oldbullgoodtwohorsetwohorsepinterand plow gear etc SaleFordress the undersigned James Munday Hunt Clark county Ky Wm Munday White Hall Ky 7niynExecutors LRBlantonJ DEALER IN r Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streets pr30 IfrPhone 85 iA Suit From +t i Our Shop i++ o + 7 ++ + + qt- o is invariably strikingly attractive All other tailors try to imitate our style but the results are always iar from our kind of results You cant afford a tailormade imitation of a good suit any more than one that is readymade COME TOa US J Stouffer Mahler Raymond Physical Development Co Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the Scientific Method Creditors Physical Culture We do not say that we will develops your muscles but that wo will Each individual is given special attention no form or apparatus is required we only ask that you follow our Instructions carefully for ten minutes each riphHtfi retiring or upon urlsinjr In the inornhig Using our method not only develops the muscles but produces the heart action which pumps the pure rich blood throughout the on tiro system Our pupils are taught by mail liverItronblbodytherebywishilevelopedkindlytion I 00i7 r 1 IEk mm g EmbroideriesliEjEi3 1 LI For Iii 1902 ro We are showing the greatest assort m meut of Embroideries in all its branches that we have attempted heretofore All the patterns are new t for this year and represent a selec E3 tion that will meet every want of the Otrade An idea of the magnitude can be found from the tact jI that we carry in stock over 300 pat- ti terns of Cambrics Swiss anti Nain IJ soak Embroideries aattTbe best German Torchon Lace on FJ the market warranted full 12 yards IEl 3 icbes wide at Sc a bolt wider German Torchon lice warranted full 12 yards at lOc Staple German oiw Crochet Lace heavy thread in a new open pattern a good wearIng hI durable lace with a linen finish atSc l a yard We are also showing an ab solute new and opto ate Inchclass 6 selection of narrow English and French Val Laces which are the lacerIEI turg leaf and floral designs with = handsomegj6 Respectfully yours 0 ElA = 2 OWEN a McKEE N JT ABook FreeWe will be pleased to send on receipt of attached coupon correctly filled out and one cent tocorerexpenseof mailinorwill delirer to any ore presenting the coupon properly made Jut at onr store a copy The Dictionary of SportsVol I containing aphabetically arranged un der each one of the main sports such as Golf BaseBall Racing etc all the popular expressions with a concise de finition of each It is The Only Booklet of Its Kind Extant sizeEverythingillustrated It also contains number of handsome fullpair illustrations showing correct clotias for men The Booklet throughout it illustrated in color tints the work of the famous New York artists Meus Crant Wright 3I Sl2cNarnaraTheCnrley Editor of Field Sports New AlfredDenlemln forMonthousands of dollars published A Quarter of a ilillion Copies The book is f lfltri OliC value and if prod need fur Cook Store sale would readily bring ZSc to SOc it Sold to a Lover of Out Poor Summer Sports COUPONCat crt sat ttal la L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY Pleme smdm fret one ropyBook Sportsillustrated Alfred Benjamin C JVety York Ended it one rent tit cnr Stuttage qr deliver to bearer Ham Srttt I r i Make our houseg your headquarters when in- Lexington tJf t rrl UJ t4 se t rrl 9 i Jj i Z 0 ftZ ftf fQ Lexingtons Greatest Clothing House J Louis tins Strau Sole Agents for Alfred Benjamin Cots t t Famousa l tc V Clothinrexexe No house in Lexington can show you such Goods They are equal to the finest Custom Clothing Our stock of Top Coats are beautiful The Celebrated Aqu 1 ri XVJt tProof Rain Coat yGQ Q Q Our Boys and Childrens Department Largest in the Sa chargeRichard New floods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and ofSprinJF GoodstEmbroideriest UnequaledisCorountionBraidreadymade Skirt DepartmentI- n this line we can please the most fastidious selectfromcompletestockot New Matting has just been received and is now placed on sale Wq buy in the best markets of the world youknowLowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with Lee Smiths 3 psps n 4 zIrl 0 3tn n Ift 4 4 3 4 itn ntn tn n= tn iuIIII TTTT1- I QS E EDSWe have received fine lot of tc r I It I P I ure German t ujMillet and invite you to call at our store andexamine this stock before making a purchase This is the finest lot of German Millet ever brought to jf Richmond aft j WOOL WOOLiWe also wish to purchase your fguarantee to the highest market price for same ont sell until you get our prices L DEATIIERA6E O COi Jhe Richmond Climax IDrIY MAY 7 1002 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is uated over J B Stouffers fctliins tore6rebtfw wanted by Covin ton Arnold- r apr303t ltr imsUcked lime just received- t intiliV II it fil to be on hand at the con fiMay May 18 j H Nfff A Co shipped a car load iiry and eggS to the New York Ntikct Frilay L IVathemge Co want jour aiil art willing to pay the high ah rice for it Ink alookt the new advertise i V Oldham Co on the it of todnvs CLIMAX SoI Iidltltrhll on display a beau Ifltf carriages phaetons hue to and is offering them at prices Li ill leaseou 2t in watches clonks or in fact this line needs repairing h irmtoL E Lane His work is I apriJOtf uugiit n of the Confederacy with Mrs J M Poyntz Fril icon at 3 oclock A fnll at L requested vi contemplate having any pa r painting to do this spring it h your advantage to calmed my lint of wall paper and viiMicon pointing t W L Leeds ft ishw 10 cents each one 1L Ifl buckets 5 cents each rtutsper pound TJSV Cir STOKE N xt dour to Government Bldg H Iyr uigton Arnold Bro will buy wool and will pay the highest u fir it Dont fail to see them iv n fell apr303t Kintiicky Stiite Medical Society ii Ky 1My 79 II uniicil of Kentucky Imp Red awn Owensboro Ky mainpinont G A R Lobar ky May 2021 rates via Louieville Atlan t J account of all of above pcca ticket agents for particulars- C M BnowKixa it General Manager in make money by taking iYo to Cevington Arnold Bro- I the highest market prices 3t Mv tuck of Jewelry cut glass e lIver more complete than iiii my prices will please every tr3Otf IELAE fTORY PAYROLLS 2680000PERWEEK b a full and complete line of t S jC6 1AAt C fC cJttH C- AbA T D P Ssu Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tf Get ready for the Old Fiddlers Contest Friday May 16th See E Deatherage Co about millet seed as they have something to say that will interest you Go to S L Midkiff for buggies carriages or any other kind of vehicle desired Prices to suit all 2t For Rent Four moms to rent cheap Well lo catcd Apply to Thurman Grocerv Go tI For Sale Two splendid building lots In the best part of the city One is COx2G4 and the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office mch26tf W L Leeds guarantees nfl work done by him to ho firstclass Call and see his beautiful line of wall paper tf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leaveat this office and get reward mny7 tf G W EVAJS For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D White Richmond or tho man on the premi ses tf Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Screen Your Doors and Windows We have just received a car load of screen doors and can save you from 15 to 25 per cent on these goods Give us a call ABBUCKLE SIMMONS apr30 hub For Sale Two extra fresh much cows with fine bull calves Four pure bred Po land China boars ready for service Call on or address aprSO 2t ROY C WHITE New Store Messrs Suit Bratton of Maysville have opened up a racket store in the Irvine building on Main street They have a largo and attractive stock of goods and will doubtless command a good trade Revenue Collections Collections at tlU Internal revenue office for the month April were divid ed as follows list 610 19 beer 1024 spirits 197433 67 cigars S9950 case 394 tobacco S28848 specials 22142 documentary 186 50 proprietary SI total 21121426 Fancy Horses Mat S Cohen shipped eighteen fan cy horses to the New York market Thursday night They have been in training here for several weeks and were in fine shape Mr Cohen considers it about the best lot he has handled this year SHOE IJ6l S tIP 50J st Sold b1DO ii Nctice 1zcreaJ 4f sala 45U bdo- i1sg 4IO- Sii= g11g3 PairS 19O =129l54 Pairs =156672O Pairs Suaneu Mor Than Doubled In Four rears cE JlUldtdllIDOrmfn the world zo bOlltbItJI a1l1 oun two lid bl- jdewah aDd SUOis LJo UO s1o ot othntnatetaRtuoO will OUtwear Zound to be just trood of OrflDaZl ssm and UO ihoel PatentMade of 558 leathers IncludIng KId Corona Colt and Natio1t4l KangAroo Corona llaft B w WLDflSL1eeIt WCCULS1 frSe W1MBI 0 doototf Richmond Ky There is no music that charm as 9ii old fashioned fiddlers fiddling Rave jut received one of the fin wntchesclockslampe has ever been shown in Richmond maklugapr30 tf L E IANE See Covington Arnold Bro and eell them your woolapr303t For Sale 250000 hard brick on my farm at Whites Station Will sell all or part to suit buyer See George D White premIsesDecoration Day For the above occasion the C flssD railway will sell tickets at greatly reduced rates to all points within a radius of 150 miles Tickets on sale May 29th and 80th Rood returning un til May 31st 1002 New Brick Yard Mr Sara F Kic is preparing to burn a kiln of brick on Irvinestreet near the L N railroad Their first kiln will contain 500000 and they will probably make it 1000000 before the season closes Old Fiddlers Contest For the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary will be given Friday May 16 All who wish to contend for the prize will report to the President Mrs Har- Vey Chunnult atonce Two handsome prizes will be offered23a 2t Bring in your wool E Deather age Co want all they can get and are prepared to pay for it Office Moved The office of the Richmond Water Light Company has been moved from Second street to the new office build jag recently completed on East Main The company now has one of the handsomest and most attractive offices in town Accident Proves FataL Little Tommy Congleton the infant son of Mr and Mrs J D Congleton of College Hill died Friday night The little child was painfully burned steal week ago and has suffer much ever since The remains were taken to Estill eQuity for burial Qty Improvements In accordance with the ordinance passed at the last meeting of the City Council side walk is being built on the North side of Main street from the residence of Mr John Donelson to tarings mill It will be a great im provement and will add much to the looks of the street Tile Factory Berea College is preparing to open a brick antI tile factory in that town whichwill give employment to a large number of hands The yards have been graded und the buildings are being put put tip rapidly The factory will he in operation in a short time and will increase the prosperity of that already lively town Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a peciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust Company C H CuE AurL and L P EVANS aprlGtf Real Estate FoHlc Sale As Executors of the estate of D C Iurlay deceased James and William Iunday advertise in todays CLIMAX the public sale of land and stock which will take place on the premises three miles north of White Hall Thursday May 22 at 10 oclock This is a splen did chance to buy a good farm or stock antI farming implements See advertisement in another column fashionable DressmaUnf Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located In the Hobson building next door to postoffice MrS Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please anti her terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson buddinCmch5 tf Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of ico over Middletons drug store July 17tf TIlE WORLDS URGr5Jf i4o35o Fic1Oar 1901 Shoe Merchants Leaders in Style and Quality cCALL AND sEE hoi hp Spring Styles JiL 0 TMAINirREEt w i RicE ARNOL l II Old Fiddlers Contest To be clven Friday May 10th for the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Three prizes will be offered 10 for the 1st 6 for the 2nd and 3 for the 3rd All who wish to contend will please report at once to the PresUen Mrs Harvey Chenault I Almost Completed The directors of the L A railroad weut op one day last week to look over the work The grade is now ready the whole distance from Millers Creek to Beatty ville an it will be a question of days now until the trains are run fling The track laying began at Mil lers Creek Monday Sells Downs Qrcns Richmond Ky May JO The L A R R will sell tickets from all points Nicholasville to Millers Creek inclusive to Richmond on May 10 at rate of one fare for round trip Special train will leave Richmond at p m for Nicholasville and Millers Creek See agents for further particulars C M BnowNIo td General Manager Can It Be Our Harry First Lt Henry S Wagner of the 14 U S Infantry was seriously wounded in battle Saturday says a dispatch in Mondays papers This is most proba bly Lt Henry Harry S Wygant son of Major Henry Wygant lately of this city and well remembered here If such be true a host ot friends will watchanxiously for news of his early recovery from tHe wounds received in an assault said to be the most gallant of the war and for which President Uoosevelt has sent a special message of thanks to the Colonel in command Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned until 12 oclock noon May 15 1902 for the erection and completion of a store room and office building on Main street Richmond Ky according to plans and specIfica- tions which can be seen at store of W D Oldham Co and office of Crapsey Lamm architects Cincinnati Ohio The right is reserved to reject any and all bids W D OLDHAM Six Sent Up Circuit Court adjourned Saturday after a three weeks session A num ber of important cases were disposed of during the term Ballard Combs was sentenced to twelve years impris onment for manslaughter Leslie Es till was given five years and James Wilmore two years for killing Shell Chamber Lucien Howard was given two years for grand larceuv and Les Thomas two years for housebreaking Mose Million was sent up for two years for arson He is charged with having set fire to Hamilton Jack sons marble shop several months ago The prisoners will be taken to the Frankfort penitentiary this week Have S L Midkiff to put new rub ber tires on your buggy or any other vehicle you may have that is needing attention in this line 2t Going to Lancaster The CLIMAX has received a hand ouioly engraved commencement invi tatlon ot the Cincinati College of Dent istry Dr U C Pains of this county who has made u splendid retard in the institution is Vice President of the senior class Dr Farris is one of the most promising young men of the county and his friends are expecting great things of him in the future After taking a full course at the Kentucky State College Dr Farris spent several years in the dental colleges of Louis yule and Cincinnati He had been In terne of the Cincinnati College of Den tIstry for one year a position gained by a competitive examination After his graduation he will be associated with Dr Beaslcy of Lancaster 30000 Damages After two days of speaking the Glb sonIrvine slander case was brought to n close Wednesday at noon The trial lasted nearly two weeks and all connected with it were pretty well worn out before it ended The argument before the jury began Tuesday morning when Hon R W Miller spoke for the defense lie was followed by lIon J Tevis Cobb for the plaintiff Hon W B Smith closed the case for the defense Wednesday afternoon Court then adjourned until Thursday morn ing when Hon J A Sullivan made the last speech for the plaintiff All the attorneys were on their metal and four higher class speeches in one case were probably never heard in the Richmond Court House and no two oi them were alike After being out about thirty minutes the jury re turned tine verdict giving Miss Florida Gibson 30000 damages jhe full amount sued for The case will be appealed A QUIET TOWN Some Observations by a Traveling Man oa the Subject of Law and Order A gentleman who comes here often remarked on a recent trip that he always liked to come to Richmond because it is the best ordered town on his route He went on to say that there Tire fewer drunken men and less rioting than in many socalled dry towns that there is less fighting mere and that the best of oriler seems to prevail at all times We had never thought of it much be lone but on reflecting have arrived at tho conclusion that the observations of the visitor were about correct On Saturday Court Day circus day or any other day in the year when crowds of men are brought to town one naturally expects more or less rowdyism It is true that on such big days a man is seen occasionally who has imbibed too freely but when such a one gets too full to navigate or gets the least bit boisterous there isalways an ofllcer or two ready to lock him up Sometimes there is a large number of these unfortunates who appear in the City Court to answer to the charge of plain drunk and drunk and disor derly and to have the price set on their celebration But this number has been decreasing for some time and will continue to decrease With such men as our Chief of Police Capt J H All man and officers Tim ONeil Martin Gentry and Claude DeVore to look after the outside work and with Judge Uses to give tIne finishing touches or as the colored brother says to put on the rouseraents there is no reason why Richmond uhould not be the best conducted city ii the State Tbjey are at work at all tunes They know the ways of every evil doer in tie confines of tho city They are no respecters of persons and when the timo comes to pull A man he is pulled i makes no difference whether he is rich or poor white or black It is such wqrk as this that has given nsa quiet clean town and wti should all he proud of it It will be time well spent to can ntH L MldkiBs carriage worksand examine his beautiful display of ve bides Prictt the lowttt 2t 0 c ii PESONAL Mr Colemau Keft is in NeW York Mrs Jett Smith of West Virginia visited in this city Monday Prof Wm M Jackson olCampbell ville was in the city iasrSveek Miss Lonsdale ot New York is vis- Iting Mrs S Neville Moberley Mr and Mrs George Land of Lexington are guests of Miss Mollie Fife Mrs Harry Stout of Lexington wits- he guest of Miss anE Wnttl last wreklr and Mrs L J Frozen of Lexlng ington were guests of friends here last eek they Jv Harris and wife left Mon day fur their new Home in St Clrtir Michigan Mr Jan Turner and niece of Jessa mine were guests Monday of Kev H G TurnerMiss Letcher of Mi Vernon spent Sunday with Col rud Mrs W It Letcher Mis James Winn of Winchester was the guest of her mother Mrs Eliz abeth Miller last week Col neil Mrs J U Viilis of Crab Orchard came up last week to spend a few days with friend Mrs T E Arnold attended the Christian Endeavor Convention at Cynthiaua last week Miss Annie Turner of Missouri is viciting the family of her uncle Mr 15 W Turner on Maui street Prof 1 O Hunt spent several days lat week in tin Northern part of the Stale on school business IS L Knight Dixie Knight and John tiieelH of Xicholasville were among the Counduy visitors Irs If C Shipp and daughter of Cynthiaua wtro gusts Monday of her sister Mrs W D Oldham on Broadway Dr Pearson has returned to his home in Montgomery Ala after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs W R LetcherDr B Oldham and wife of Kirks ville were here Wednesday returning from the Dallas Reunion Interior JournalMr Mrs J D Allen have returned to Carlisle after a visit to Mr and Mrs J W Zaring at Hotel Glyn donMrs J T Vansant and children and Miss Kate Edgar of Paris were guests of Col and Mrs G M Edgar last week Miss Sarah Shearer of Jessamine Female Institute was called home last Wednesday to attend the funeralof her grandfather D C Munday Miss Russell Wasson and Mr Hugh Hunter of Versailles have been the guests of Mr and Mrs S Neville Mob erley for several days Mrs Mary Smith who has been mak lag her home with her sou Dr A Wilkes Smith for several years left Wednesday for Portland Oregon to reside Miss Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond is spendlnir a low days with Mr and Mrs Graham Taylor at their home on the Parkers mill roadLexington Leader The next social and reception of tine Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will be given at the home of Mr Ansil D Miller on Second street tomorrow afternoon from 3 to S oclock Miss Mary Belle Field Miller and Mis W H Woolen were guests at the marriage in Bourbon last week of Miss Sue Clay and Dr Cyril Goodman of Cairo Egypt Winchester Democrat J Ellison Urock Secretary Mississippi Valley Trust Company of St Louis will visit his brother Prof H H Brock several days on his retnrn vacation trip through the South next week Miss Minnie Dykes the young singer of Richmond Ky who was so admired in the solos she sang at Central church here recently will come tonight from the College of Music in Cincinnati to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs Will D OldhamLeader Dr Joseph Price and daughter of Philadelphia will arrive in a fewdays to be the guests of Dr and Mrs C H Vaught Dr Price is the most promi nent Gynecologist in the country and our physicians are looking forward to his coming with great interest The Washington correspondent of tine CourierJournal says Representa tive Irwin of Louisville presented to the President on Wednesday James Speed Smith formerly of Richmond Ky who invited the President to attend It meeting of the Washington Cen tennial Lodge of the A A M ot which Mr Smith is Master Berea college was visited last week by a number of New York millionaires The college faculty took great interest In showing these tIne poor mountain students they were educating and the results will no doubt be a nice little sniiixfrom them to their endowment fundSaturdays Louisville Times contained an excellent halftone engrav log of Mies Sarah Embry White with the following note She is one of the most beautiful and popular girls in Kentucky and was the unanimous choice of Richmond Lodge for sponsor at the Stato reunion of the R PO Elks to be held in Loqisville May 2930 The friends of Mr and Mrs Milward Brown regret very much to learn of the continued illness of their bright little son Nat who has been confined to his bed for about ten weeks He has not been able to walk a step for nearly two months and but little if any improve ment is shown in his health All sym pathize deeply with his parents in their trouble and hope for the ultimate recovery of the little boy Last Friday evening MIss May Bal lard entertained from six to ten in honor of Mr George W Goodloe who has recently returned from the army Her lovely home was beautifully decorated and lighted with candles As the guests were received by the charm ing young hostess they seemed to enter Fairyland but after a short in terval as each pretty girl escorted by a handsome man proceded to tho din ing room mow much more was added to their pleasure must be guessed The table seemed one mass of roses and beside each plate Was a Marschal Neil as a memento The dinner was beautifully and bountifully served in several courses Later on in the even jolt dancing was indulged in music boo lug furnished by Mr Bcasley All too soon the hour for departure came i but It was with a bright smile that each guest said goodnight to the sweet hostess declaring whafai enjoyable evening they had spent Every good girl has her good joints and tbate whYs fellow gets oi lier f i RELIGIOUS Rev Hugh McLcllan filled Dr Pow ellS Pulpit in Louisville Sunday morning arid evening The meeting at the Christian church which Inns been in progress for the last ten days closes tonight Up to Mon day night seventeen persons had joined the church and been baptized Rev Dr Powell who is an Elk preacheda n special sermon for the Elks Sunday night About fifty members of the Kichmond Lodge attended in a body- A congregational meeting was held at the First Presbyterian church last Sun dayfor the purpose of electing officers The elders elected were R R Bnrnnm M B Arbuckle and J E Greenleaf Deacons A 15 Farris Jo S Joplin S A O Bullock and Chas F Higgins The new officers will be ordained and installed Sunday May 1- 8MATRIMONIAL LAXEHAVES James S Lane of Clover Bottom arid Miss Bessie Hayes of Berea were married Thursday morn ing In the office of the County Judge Judge NB Turpin officiating CoIruxBAnNrrrJolln Cohen son of Joseph A Cohen the wellvknown stock trader of Versailles aiuniiss Ruth Barnett daughter of R P Bar nctt of Bourbon county were married in Lexington Wednesday afternoon by- Re Dr L S McElroy The bride groom is the brother of Mat S Cohen of this city He is a rising young law yer of Versailles and has numbers of friends here who extend congratula tionsWwcEiLUSKIlappy is the bride the sun shines on is an expression that inns been heard for years and if thero be any truth in it then happy indeed will be the life of Mrs Lewis L Walker nee Miss Elisa Jennings Lusk of this city for certainly the sun never shown brighter than it did yesterday afternoon while the words were being aid that linked her life to that of tIne man whom she cave her troth It was quito a surprise to their many friends whom they learned that Mr Walker and Miss Lusk wore to be married as the engagement was kept a secret until a few days ago The ceremony was performed at tine residence of Mr V S Walker near Paint Lickand was said in beautiful words by Rev H McDowell of Whites Station After tine ceremony the happy couple were driven to the residence of the groomss mother Mrs Dorcas Walker on Richmond street where an elegant supper was served Only immediate relatives were present and the wedding was very quiet one The bride is one of the most lovable and popular young ladies in Garrard county She has been twice elected as Superintendent of Schools and holds that position now She is highly cultured band some arid possessed of all the traits of character that go to make tine noble Christian woman Mr Walker is to be congratulated upon winning her heart and hand as sine will surely prove a helpmeet in every sense of the word The groom is the eldest son of the late Judge William E Walker He graduated from Central University standing among the foremost of his classes He at once began the study of law and Is now one of tine most successful practitioners at the local bar He served some time as County Attor ney with perfect satisfaction to all concerned Central Record ScvDUEnBnoeKS The marriage of Dr James W Scudder and Miss Mat tie Brooks will take place today at the home of the brides father at Union City Both are well known and popu lar young people and have scores of friends who congratulate them on this most important step of their lives Dr Scudder is a son of Prof Scudder tine well knows school teacher He was educated at Central University graduating with the class of 1895 After teaching for two years he entered tins Hospital College of Medicine graduating in 1900 His bride is the popular and charming daughter of Mr J S Brooks of Union Ci- tyBIRThS DOZIER On Thursday last to the wife of James Dozier a ten pound son DEATHS JARMAN A telegram was received here Friday announcing tine dentin at Kansas City of Rose Ballard Jarman The deceased was tho six year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas H Jarman and granddaughter of Capt P P Ballard THOMAS Mr Ryburn Thomas for merlj of this county died last Monday in Oklahoma Mr Thomas resided in this country until six months ago when he went to Oklahoma to live He was about seventytwo years ot age and leaves two children Mr Dan Thomas of this city and Mrs H C Adams ot Little Rock Tine remains were brought back here antI buried Friday in the Red lull burying ground MVNDAYDavid henanlt Munday a i roiniiient citizen of the White Hall neighborhood died Wednesday morn ing of infirmities incident to old age Mr Muuday wasin his eightyfirst year He was born and reared in Clark coun ty but was for many year one of Madisonc leading farmers He ws twice married his tint wife being Miss Sallie Piggwhjo lied In Missouri short ly after the Var His second wile who was Miss Mary Pi Jdletl about twelve years ago Seven children sur vive him Mrs Mollie Baxter of Win chester Mrs John Shearer of White- Hall Mrs Nannie Lipscomb of Clark county MrsW A Bur in Miss Sallie Munday William and James Munday of this county Tine funeral services were conducted by Elder French at Republican Thursday morning after winch tho burial took place at the family burying ground in Clark coun ty Mr Mnnday was a lifelong mem ber of the Baptist church He was olio of tine best citizens ot the connty and leaves a host of friends who regret to hear of his death Election Officers Notices heroby given that tho Sher iffs and Judges of the last election are rcqnireft to return tho keys and seals to tine County Clerk by May 6 Grjjdtution Fiimhrujjon t There will bo held at the office of County Superintendant on May l10th an examination for benefit of pupils oi the common schools wino desire to obuin a Diploma of graduation Attention Teachers The examinations for white teachers will bejheld on tine 3rd Friday and Sat prdayof1laVtJune July and August and for colored teacinersoni tine 4th Fri day aniSatnriof tim same months J WIU ersSupt NayUtli Frooi n 1PICKYOUR SUIT mfi Special Bargains in all Kinds of Shoes for Men and Boys consequences E Reliable ing All Styles Selection At5t6 and plenty neat serviceable Suitsthe any market the At81 collection fine allwool perfect detailandithe generous Central Kentucky and 20 grand collection fine handmade throughoutfit and faultless and satisfy dressers the r iFSpecialInsure Perfect Fit casejJitjIfi OVINGTON BANKS jl iPJJ t ELDERS BARGAINS i o SHOES s SS- ml AND o SLIPPERS Kreiders Patent for Children 50 05 75 and fJ Patent Two Strap for Children 55 85cI dri 11Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals 9Se 125 150 and 198 Ladies Patent Vamp Vici Manish Oxfords shapes SunVise 24 to 7 worth 32 our price l5A Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles brande- d1J 250 our price S15O Infants Moccasins lOc soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c CLOTHING We are a large line of 800 and 1000 that cannot beequaled Boys Knee Suits 93c to 000 Boys Knee Pants 10 to 9Sc Mattings to 25c Shades 8 to 65c You are invited to inspect our MILLINERY IDEPARTMENT 1Respectfully Submitted Trade Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for sue serious troubles as diarrhoea ramps dysentery when you should hnow that for over half a century Pain killer has cured millions of cases Look out for imitations there is only one ireniune Perry Davis The bargain hunter at the end of n hard day is apt to look shopworn Every Healthy Boy likes to get himself Into places of den ior Hence bruises trains and sprains Mother scolds and brines out the boU tie of Perry Davis Painkiller and runs it mi tine injnrtd spots witlf an energy end frequency ilcpemliuK i1 ousness of case ilieie is ioiiing like Painkiller to take out the coreness There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis 25c and flOe It doesht pay to growl about the warm weather until the log days come Whooping Cough A woman wino has had experience with this disease tolls how to prevent mv dangerous from it ihe says Our three children took whooping cough last summer our ba jy bov being three months old and owing to our giving theta Chaiu Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and canine out in much bettor health than other chit Iren whose parents did not use tins remedy Our oldest little girl would rnli lustilv for trough syrup between whoopsJessie Plukev until Spring villa Ala This Remedy Is for sale by Stockton A Hasan 1m A man is seen at his worst when his temper gets the bettnr of mIni There are some women who seem to be perennially youthful Tine grown are companions as well as children and the color in the mothers cheeks tho brightness in her eyes the roundness of her form all speak uf health What is line secret Sine is at the middle ago of life when so many women are worn wasted and faded and yet time has only ripened her charms The secret of this ma tronly healtn and beauty may be told Iu tine brief phrase Dr PierceBFavor ittt Prescription ihegeneraj health of nomanisso intimately related to the ocaI health ot the delicate womanly brgnns that where these are iUs iseil Ilia whole body must suffer Favorite Prescription dries the deblllitatiug drains heais ulceration and inflantma jtioh cures female weakness nndimparts to the delicate female organs natural vigor and vitality Women whd have illost their healtliaad their beauty have been made robust nod rosv chewed bj the uspjjf thlsirjarvelons mediqlna From our Great Stock of Cloth Sizes and Prices for your 650SYoull find of very best in at price 10 and 1250 i A great of Suits in every most values ever offer I ed in fAt 1 5 1 a fyi SA of extra Suits v hold their shape in style the fincst in land necessary a in every WA 6 IN t s t r t t Celebrated Slippers Rothchilds Upper Sandals Leather newest Rothchidsr Infants Showing SUITS Window Price only abpnudiii r l t tc at Baby Caps lOc to 250 ITMisses Hats 25c to 250 LadiestHats 75c to 750 11EoIo IJ L WATSON 18 and 20 N Upper Our Silk Department til 10 Lexington Ky IIIs NowAt Its Best tThis announcement is to call attention to tho mathless exhibition of beautiful Silks end tine stock in general its great variety and the inviting lowness of prices Our collection of SUMMER SILKS in I cludega large assortment of printed effects in Satins Peau de Soio and other iiigtmn class novelties colored Taffetas and Satin Liberties Our lllack Taffeta at 75c is fully guaranteed 83c buys one that itwouitl bo cheap at 125 buys tine best 30in Trtfeta over mntIeJ w fin IAllwoolBlack Goods Attractive New Voiles rnit assortunent irnciudss ever best lited Grenandintstttlt IiiSheer meshes and light weight are in the most felow prices this week J VJThis line includes Ivory Eurre WhiteJlnck Embroideiel I thefJ Ladies Suits and Skirts menis ttt5iaau tolS Tine most perfect hanging skirt ever made forSS Thousands of yards Of beautiful wash fabrics at extraordin ary price Inducements C LACE jft f CURTAINS 175 111YoIIL IIfICOSw J L WATSON t 18 20 UPPER = r LEXINGTON K- yJrILMLv iGUT GLASS d CUT GLASS VeliavejU6t imported tho finestlino of Cut Glass ever brought In HI4 Slate Importin affwe do wo are enabled to soil at th lowost price Dont forfPtViaaddressAvlieuJyoH are in Lexington v VICTOR EJOGiAERTJ t t ttiAtiUPACTUFtlNG JEWELER VO IMPORTER thEA4AIN9T 4EXINGTON KY Wi 3 J t 1stlaiImUcutL iljDnthsinantBollow Prielr I I I r1w T I 3 Ii t 3WL1H- OIh4 AJJI AN1N1A1 TER L ArebsZreacI1 by theCo on elt nichIin runs Iwo trainS day tro M mpW ioTcxa If change hese t i S ci er reach threctormate close nnec 0 andldianTCrTiTOTYS abocui i FTWORT vAMfOQml HRIVEPOaT t l rkLtA1jTTAc L- T3t H Il Llfyou wanltofltfjl a cOod bone II inTeias where lf crops are rHaetl and where Ie II write roraeopy of oufyhundsome booklets Homo In t Re South t ig west and xlswltb I a Camera V Sent freeUluany body wao Is anxious to belteir his tcondition r I 1 1 II Free Reclining Chair Cars TBROro10 4 Alt IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIANTERRITORY TEXAS CHOCTAW FLYER 4 UempM to little Reek 4 6 Memphis to Hot Spring 6 0 IT Pullrruo Buftt Slteplnj Cots sod Free Reclinlni Ckilr Car en eHTrelaj Equipment tf jurpujed 4Seperb Service MtnpbU Ticket Olllee MIa St FRISK M GRIFFITH T r A Teen F BLACKMAS T CkKaoo Tisa S L PARROT TlI Atluttago LEE T aL1iAiIoel Ark 4 owJiV rFRWYATTTPJL CUCIN1 IOUIO L P I Tt ST BOdI T = Louisville Henderson dSt Louis Railwa y HomeseekersSJ ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES TO T- EWEST Tickets on SIe First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRiL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest CLpd Caiforrvv Points N N For Further Information Addres GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Ptvss Agent Conl Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY Pittsburg Cootral Stock Yards Pittsburgt Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers Yards have been vnlnrged and rearranged It k the nearest point to the Eastern iiaet distributing point East of the Mississippi for Iteltimora Wasbing Philadelphia Xew York and all Eastern markets Goed buyers always ion attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments fr Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day It Simon ISdeclV ODonnell u GenL Mgr 4t 7i1 IV 711f 71r- V v Special Sale on C t rID 71 i 71 GLOVES Id f iso PAIRfKID GLOVES 713 g Regulart d C L25 Quality 111 All colorsiand sizes and y iif kehoicefpraY r UBUtHO market 0 S 75c1 ai This Week Only ti We also calispecial attention to our Net Skirts made over silk JO to 525 tC W T i fPiicher Co 7 W Main LEXINGTON KY i t 71 L h II i 7c 4 ++CiLL AT +++ H1 JONES MERSHiN+ + + SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the are dispensed by upfocLate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSPSJSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHILONJ KY FJ 1 e I Ir E- c 1 r 3L111 J iS I tJ 0514ell fr fans pbbJJJiaJcPrucTlstfot tUn Krt 1 JiIJI ill Ko lull Id iu ulllc bulls nealwl vltb Hue lboon All Hwollir KtfklMl d nmTSnx rnbull nllnnd imitation Bu jTrarlmitsi t Spr1 It in Ainir tar rUm TeatI xaulnl sod tltHrf fur Jjutiinlettrry rsern Unll IOOOO Tc ttlmoalaJi boidbj isniiTrtCBICnBSTCR CnSUICAZ CO SIOO 3u lUaIfl S iunre I11Lt FA- rntt oil prr Soft Harness Yon can make your bar ness 03 eoft us a glove I anateoghrawlrebYiiatig HOBS Oil You can lengthen lu life make It luc twice as long aa It orthiaZ would EUREKAHarness uiakoaoorlooklng bar ness like new lade of pure heaT bodied oil to pecUlIr prepared to witS Lad the weather euld everywhere lceneMlLest Miiabi STANDARD OIL CO SEASON 1902 SEASON J902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of 170 in the 230 list 1st dam Roscnent dam of 3 in the230 list by Piedmont 217 2nd dam Beautiful Btlls dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Minneha1u dam of S in the 230 list by Bold Chief Jth dam Nellie day by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hundred and seventy in the 230 list sur passing all oth stallions and INFACTS first three dams Imvo twentyone in the 230 listsomething that cannot be pnid of any other horse INFACT has style action size an i- iijreediiigwilnt else could the breeders hreedlnjisa saddle horse man mill want pome tiling fine with lots of action INFACT possesses both Nearly all of the high acting horses that sell for big ptices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutely necessary in order for them to have action and speed a Iseason25 to insure a living colt B H Neale 9ap2m For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Naiusoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirt J1gs Embroideries Taffetas i Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Gortons Celebrated Shirts W hIt9AaGIbSOfl1RICHM9ND r L l Treason in The Philippines The Commoner has received severs requests for thn publication of the law or rather the official order making it a criminal offense for any one to read the Declaration of Independence in the Philippine Islands It will be found in an order known as No 292 entitled An net defining the crimes of treason etcand WJB enacted by the United Stales Philippine commission by au thority of the President of the United States Section 10 reads as follows Until it lifts beeu officially prO- claimed that a State of war or insur rection against the authority of sovereignty of the United States no long er exists fn the Philippino islands it shall be unlawful for any person to advocate orally or by writtingor printing or like methods the independence of the Philippine islands or their separation from the UnltedStstes whether by peaceable or forcible means or to print publish or circulate any hand bill newspaper or other publication advocating such independence or separation Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be pun ished by a tine of not exceeding two thousand dollars and imprisonment not exceeding one year Circulating the Declaration of Inde pendence would violate this order Section 9 of the same act provides a punishment for anyone who joins a society for the promulgation of any political opinion or policy Section 15 provides that the act shall not apply to certain provinces unless the commanding general shall authorize and direct prosecutions un der ths act in which event it shall apply In such provinces no one can tell whether the law is in force until the prosecution is begun The antiimperialists in the senate had ample reason for denouncing this sample of artibrary power What would Republicans have said five years ago if they had been charged with con tempting such a policyTiie Com moner The Scheme Worked Politics usually run so high in Kan sas that few of its leading men find time for anything else Yet there are exceptions The story is told of a politician out there whose wife one day asked him to dig potatoes in the garden He agreed to it After digging a few minutes he went into the house and SHill he had found a coin He washed it off aad it proved to be a silver quar tsr He put it into his jeans saId went back Presently he went into the house and said he had found another coin He washed it off It was a half dollar Ho put it into his jeans I have worked pretty hardsaid he to napWhenwife had dug all the rest of the potatoes But she found no coin It then dawned upon her that she had been w rked Costliest City in i he World Only one public official in the United States handles more money than the Comptroller of New York City and that official is the Secretary of the Treas try The povernmentof Greater New Yorkcosts more every year than the combined expenses of the governments of half a dozen States From the years beginning to the end the Comptroller receives and disburses about 600000 000 Half of this is paid into the treasury through taxes and other sources ot revenue and half is paid out in the running expenses of the city a large part of which is expended in salaries and wages of city officers 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