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L r y ivFij r Ri w tl FIWorn out Get Freezer and you will never regret the money spent And last but not least dont forget thatwe sell the best Stoves earth Jewell Stoves and Ranges The Wonderful North J The Best- Made byry will solve the icequestionand will save money for you Water Coolers Springt oneIyourIan O K on O K Star- Refrigerator w We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS Theyare D 11 SMACKELFORD CO Main Street IPt RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on WE splendid assortment of ourI + +++ + + + + 4++ + I FURNITURE I which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristling with Huliday selections To properly celebrate the ecaeon You will probably desire somo row piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards DiningRoomIron Bedslull stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tablesin variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks beet bargains ever offeredRockersany style you may wish Couches v cry latest desigia See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting UuglI++ ++++ ++ + ++++ II+ 4 4 4+ +H 4++ + + + + ++44 ++ ++++ ++ ++++ ++U JrnIL0 R Blanton IDEALER IN- I I Coalteedt Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 rPhone 85 IyI 7f771 7f71717L Subscribe forIr iThe Richmond Climax 1I t Only 100a Year Ifl LI 7 t rFOR r Photographs wi OftheHighest Order j- t VisiISgllr Art I11y 3 Our work has taken Pint Prize t at different State Convention apr236m0 O r I SPENGLER i Lexington Ky DL To Bridge Salt Lake One of the most remarka ble tasks of railroad engineer- ng undertaking in the West in recent years is about to be begun by the Southern Pacific in Utah For the sake of sav ing four and a half miles the railroad is about to build a new line 100 miles long and for part of the way the road will run on a timber trestle across the great Salt Lake It now runs around the northern end of the lake over a route bothered by many short curves and heavy grades The work will take three years to complete It calls for an expenditure of saoo 000 a year The most for midable part will be the build ing of the trestle across the main body of the lake at a point where it is seven miles acrossThe lake bed is comprised first of a layer of fine sand from six to thirty inches in depth Then comes a hard strata of soda formation from a foot to eighteen inches thick and after that sand and blue clay alternately for an indefi nite depth The road will be built on piles driven into this mass The trestle will be built high enough to allow for a rise of the water which at this point is now about thirty feet deep It has been the experience on the lake hitherto that sand tends to accumulate around driven piles If this should be repeated here the result will be a shallowing of the water and increased security along the road Besides saying time on the Southern Pacific the construction of the line will bring immense de posits of guano on islands in Salt Lake within easy reach of a market Stand Like a Stone Wall Between your children and the ter lures ot itching and burning eczema cclialrtliead or other skin diseases How why by using Bucklens Arnica Salve earths greatest healer Quick est cure for Ulcers Fever Seres Salt Rheum Cuts Burns or Bruises In fallible for Piles 25c at Perry Thomass drug store 1in Cave Mystery One mile south of Prince ton to the west of the Eddy ville road and on the beauti ful tract of land owned by Hartly A Bruce appeared the opening of Saltpetre Cave It has been for years unremembered For years it was the place of resort in the hot summer months for those who wish to invite a breath of the spring air Not many weeks ago Jeff Wylie as a relaxation from business concluded to explore the remotest caverns in Salt petre and they have been traveled for five miles and after a long journey came up on the bones of some poor un fortunate unknown and un remembered man aad near by an old pistol which he now has in his possession It is an oldfashion cap and ball revolver with five cham bers all of which except one are still loaded The mys tery will perhaps never be solved Princeton Banner Some men find that Friday is j ust as unlucky as any other day STORKTIME to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought end sweet anticipation With the cessation of in necessary t0 childbirth- there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERSFRIEND does diminish the pain acconipanym maternity Willi Its rs can do bring healthy sweet dispositioned and ideal babies into the world Morning sickness sore breasts and cx- cruciating pains caused the are relieved by thIS penetrating andrelaxing liniment Among manifoldalils to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity riid gained a prestige among rich women and welcomedtS as rIn the mansion as well as in the cabin By lessening themothers ngou of mind tmd pain a be1uLifnllnfiucnce Is wrought upon the child and instead of t and forms you ipvehealthYaLlughinghwnanltyretn1ln big a blessing ever to you conn All DrueeUti nctlMotherf Friend atji00 Write for our fret DookMur Si INK WWfKLI K4WATMC M MMi Ie I Probably the Last Duel The death of Capt Jo De sha at Cynthiana last week recalls a duel whichwas fought in this country soon after the close of the Civil wara cold day in March i805in which Capt Desha was one of the participants and Lieut Kimbrough of Cynthiana the other Capt Desha had served in the Con federate army and Lieut Kin brough in the Federal army The duel was fought on the line dividing Fayette and Scott counties on the James K Duke farm Lieut Kim brough was the challenging party Two shots were ex changed at the second Kim theIupper part of the thigh the ball passing through the body He recovered from his wound but limped afterwards He died a few years ago in Tex as At the time of the duel Capt Deshas left arm was useless in consequence of a serious wound received dur ing the war Desha and Kim broughwere neighbor boys andschool fellows and the troubled commenced between them when at school It was renewed after the war the du HerveyiDeshas second and Maj Long acted for Kimbrough Dr Benedict Keene deceased then a prominent physician of Georgetown was surgeon to the latter The duel was witnessed by Messrs War ren Smith and George W Downing of Georgetown This was probably the last duel fought in Kentucky Georgetown Times Holds Up a Congressman- At the end of the campaign write Champ Clark Missouris brilliant con grossman from overwork nervous tension loss of sleep and constant ppeaking I had about utterly collapsed It seemed that all the organs in my body were out of order but three bottles of Electric Bitters made me nil right Its the best all around medicine ever sold over a druggists coun ter Over worked run down men and weak eickly women gain splendid health and vitality from Electric Bitters Try them Only 50o Guar anteed by Perry Thcmas druggist 1m Gen Buckners Good Example The old Kentucky veteran Gen S B Buckner some years ago desired to do some thin MunIfordville and so he made it a present of a waterworks This is something unique in the history of public benevo lences but it is an example which can profitably be imi tated Cities have been pre sented with libraries city halls school buildings museums and parks by wealthy citizens but on the score of usefulness the waterworks present of Gen Buckner excels them all and besides he has the honor of being the first in an absolutely new field of generosity Dangerous If Neglected Burns cuts and other wounds cften fail to heal properly if neglected and become troublesomo sores DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve prevents such con sequences Even where delay hRS ag gravated the Injury DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure I had a running sore on my leg thirty years says II C Hartly Yankeetown Ind After using many remedies I tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes healed the sore Cures nil skin diseases Piles vield to it at once Beware counterfeits 1 m Good to Know An old fashioned way of keeping fish fresh after it has been prepared for cooking in this Mix together one cup ful of brown sugar and one teaspoonful each of salt and cayenne pepper With this mixture rub over the fish in side and out and place it in the ice chest The fish will keep perfectly for at the Ye ry least twentyfour hours Before cooking rub off the mixture carefully with a dry cloth Reveals a Great Secret- It is often naked how such startling cures that puzzlo the best physicians are effected by Dr Kings New Disco very for Consumption Heres the se cret It cuts out the phlegm and grtrm infected mucus and lets the lifegiving oxygen enrich and vitalize the blood It heals the inflamed coughworn throat and lungs Hard colds and stubborn coughs soon yield to Or Kings New the moat infallible remedy forall Tilroatand Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles SOc and 100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m The people who sing their own prais- eS never indulge in ilnets A woman might boa factor in poll 1 tcs if she could oitlyjBluff a ballotbox SB well AS th MMk trunk I L scoffs Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and childrenWhen appetite fails it re stores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health When work is hardand duty is heavy it makes life brightIt the thin edge of the wedge the thick end is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant di gest it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you forget your stomach forfreesurprise you BOWNE Chemists York50cand Saw Himself as Others Saw Him A man who lives in a town not far from here rented a hotel and after having run it six or eight months had never heard a word about his hostelry complimentary or otherwise so he devised a plan by which he would hear how his house was regarded says the Horse Cave Gazette Accordingly after putting his family Ion he dressed him self up and went down the road a few miles and waited for the noon train which al ways brought him quite a number of guests This was the only hotel in town and he with the rest after alighting from the train proceeded at once to it He walked in with the other guests and registered and after having dinner sought out an old looking traveling man and saidWell I have eaten worse dinners than that The old traveling man look ed him squarely in the face andsaidMy I am glad jou are satisfied but I have been on the road for the last twen ty years and that is the rockiest meal I ever went up against What Thin Folks Need Is a greater power of digesting and as KingsNewtone and regulate the digestive organs gently expel all poisons from the sys appetitoPerry Thomas drug store 1m Strange Occurence A Report comes from Tat ham Springs of a most pecu liar phenomenon that hap pened there last Sunday which greatly alarmed the people of the vicinity The day it will be remembered was remarkably bright and beautiful and yet out of a clear sky came a most terrific explosion as if an immense dynamite bomb had been set off followed by a sound like a trumpet call Tlie explo sion caused the earth to vU brate and many thinking the day judgement was at hand fell on their knees to pray The sound was heard by people at Tatham Springs as it seemed to occur in the air although the earth was shak en by the shock of it After the noise subsided there was a strong odor of sulphur and brimstone but otherwise no ill effect was noticed Many now believe it to have been a falling meteor whose down ward flight through the air caused the peculiar sounds while others contend it was an earthquake But many in the neighborhood still be lieve it to be a warning sent of God and are expecting hourly to hear the final blast of GabHels trumpet Har rodsburg Herald The value of a slight rest before meals is according to a physician very great In digestion more often arises from eating when tired or excited than is understood In his dietary for a consumptive patient a yery well knqwn specialist insists upon a full twenty minutes rest before all meals except breakfast Fve minutes complete rest of mind as well as of body is none too persontof aver ge11ea1t and It should taken regularly 2 iL Agricultural Fairs to Be Held InKentucky J902 RichmondJuly 1419 D R Tevis Secretary- GeorgetownJuly 2220 B O Games Secretary DanvilleAug 58 H C Bright Secretary- LexingtonAug 1116 incl Frank P Keuney Secretary Lawrenceburg Aug 1922 G G Speer Secretary- ShepardsviUeAug 1922 S W Bates Secretary MaysvilleAug 2023 H L Hamilton Secretary- ShelbyvilleAug 2629 J M Logan Secretary LondonAug 2729 E A Chilton Secretary FlorenceAug 2730 Alon Perry Secretlry- GermantownAug 2730 John R Walton Secretary Bardstown Sept 26 J L Druien Secretary Elizabethtown Sept 912 H Z Churchill Secretary Bowling GreenSept 1013 J B Kirby Secretary GlasgowSept 1013 J Briggs Kirby Secretary EwingSept 1113 S II Price Secretary LouisvilleSept 2227 M W Neal Secretary HartfordOct 14 S K Cox Secretary tf Like a Drowning Man Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such hold of me that I could scarcely go writes Goo S Marsh well known attorney of No cona rex I look quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped me As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at Kodol I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles am sound and well COIl ol is the only preparation which ex actly reyroducos the natural digestive juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble 1m When some of your young friends are comingin to lunch eon or dinner and ices from the caterer are too expensive try this simple dainty which is easily possbly even with small cooking skill Into the yelk of eight eggs beaten light stir a cup of hot maple syrup Put the mixture over the fire in adouble bonnet un til a coating is formed on the spoon Remove cool and add a pint of thick cream beaten stiff Turn into a mold which should be filled to over flowing and have a sheet of oiled paper fitted on before the cover of the mold is ad justed The mold is then packed in equal quantities of ice and salt and left for four hours with out turning be fore it is served Wont Follow Advice After Paying For It In a recent article a prominent phy sician says It is next to impossible for the physician to get his patients to carry out any prescribed course of hv giene or diet to the smallest extent he has but one retort 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 constipation as they leave the bowels in a natural and healthy condition For sale by Stuck ton Hacan 1m Common sense is no t so comma as some men thinks it is In one week Helen Gould is saul to have received beggars letters asking for more than SI 1500000 TO YOUNG LADIES From tho Treasurer of the Young Peoples Christian Turn peranco Association Elizabeth Caine Fond du lac lVis DBAS MRS PxiutMI want to tell you and all the young ladies of the country how grateful I am to you for all the benefits I have received tom using Lydia E Plnklmms Vega table Compound I suffered fort N J1 r VfoJ1I MISS ELIZABETH CAIXE eight months from suppressed menstruation and it effected entire system until I became weak and debil itated and at times felt that I hail a hundred aches in 13 many placesj I only used the Compound for a few weeks but it wrought II Chare h1 ina which I felt from tho bcginnjojff I have been very regular no pains and find that my entire body is as if it was renewed I gladly re Om mend LydIa E Plnkhamfs Vege table Compound to everybody Miss ELIZABETH CAIXB St Fond du Lac Wit fgOOO forfeit If abort testimonial Is not At such a time the greatest silt to ISVegetableCompo1lDd the young system for coating change ai is the surest relie Jor womams ins of every nature fl Mrs pja1dtalltlavKN jil yetHie ftMA we we pi write Wir for frs jMhrio 4I J r c Do You Know That Buggies and Carrl agei are from K to cheaper ateI materials OUR ADVANCE SALE OF SPRINfi AND SUMMER FABRICSh- as been enormous that cleaned up nearly all of our early purchase and buythespring business ZepliyrsDotted thelUOStJjtOur Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk PordesayneSilks 4 are the talk of the town Ask see them and all cost more are np so we to You all the tho Ask to see our Dress Goods whether you want to or not Get posted in all the new styles is a pleasure for PercalesGiughanisare to be had elsewhere Get our LOW CASH PRICES on all domestics and save money SHOES SHOES SHOESHeres where wo set competition a pace that they cant keep in sight of Our Shoe Department ie one of the most com canallseeourOilvvhavetoIf You Need an Uptodate Spring Suit itforyoument have cut to the quick and handsome new lobby garments being given out at tremendouslylow prices Dont fail to see them got posted in prices CollarsShirtsarualwaysOur new style Hats in Felt and Straw are having a run jtj Call and see them If you want anything Great or Small but always of the best quality material you can find it for the least price at BUSY BEE CASHr you for past patronage we very respectfully W D OLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ArroaNsYAlLAW RICIIUOXD KBXTOCIT Office n the Human Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly A StIIaIVAtJ ATTORSEYATLA- WRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneijatLa RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry kThomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the 1oe Ccilins building and 20 Sec end Street ova Vhite a old drusitore 27 H G JASPER D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street relephone at residence the Cart place on Broadway icnMOND KENTUCKY I W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY DT OaVTvVwvo K otostm DENTIN OF LOUISVILLE iiOfflce nut door Government Building tllchmSnd Kr Office hoursv to 111 to t norlTly Harry M Blanton rZ DENTIST 23Office tu Bennett lJundlng Ijanly TELEPHONE 196 EfHotel WeJn sday May5flli02- E t I Yace L 8 tZMrs E ce39 OsteopatcPhyskians State Bank t Trulit LttofM furnished osl pJeMs- COAMMM7VITKMV if 1 Qr4 MM sin MtMi of q I ilose nothing In style qualIIity Vehicles another of prices going Ej Carriage forks John Donelson Prop can find best in Dress Goods all MlIstrnlClolhsI lnfavorA partment buy it been uptodate are quite STORE Thanking are M to interest YOM Certainly we can Every farmer and house somethingincall attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows and other implements neces sary to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call attention to our line of CookingStovesof Hardware is second to none in Kentucky carrytheplacingalso agents for the celebrated Studebaker Farm Wagon which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a specialty of Tin Hoofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us quote you prices and we will make of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR = BROS has made Richmond the best market on Hides Skinp old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other people can pay good prices Thurman can pay better prices always tho high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we- will buy them all the timo CALL AND GET OUR PRICES Thurman Grocery Co Ijantf DEAL AT things oooHurst BEOS iJo Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in JI Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc- of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others is complete and larger than ever OverlallsGrour new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE 2tillgivewhen purchasing goods of us JRepstr II V i i Hi ti of LINE large 7HWRT BROSII E riii pr I s nunHIv e ji h7ij raeG 0D g 1 rer I he Richmond Climax d o CI1BN ULJnnmPreIiIdeltA DtMILWR nManagerItO tS CKQW1 S EdItor r 7 TWEDNESDAY MAY 2S 1902 ru hLl I1h VCR JMrBT l1lim YPtintirfaCCf Inrorpnrnied ANNOUNCEMENTS V FOR CONGRESS- We are authorized to announce lION G G GILBERT as a candidate for reelection to from tlds the Eighth Congressional DisklcttsubJectto the action ol the Demo Kirty We are requested to mnnounce ROY C WHITE as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party- e are authorized to announce DAN H BECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court snoject to the action of the Democratic party t hereby announce myself as a candidate fOr the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Moping that my many friends in t past will favorably consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and if nom mated I prOmise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the last to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for put and future favors I am RespectfullyS IORPE r We are authorized to announce GEORGE D WHITE ag a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party WHEN this number of the CLIMAX knocks at the door of its friends it will find them almost too busy to listen to its weekly tale because of the engrossing thoughts and plans for the commencem- entssi not in Richmondalone hut t very where The dear jnotb r will be sitting up late toniL torer hauling the dresses that the older sisters wIle ir before last The s veei iri graduates will be practicing the shedding of tlus itUhing tears against t3 tiii hat Professor will tt thtin in a bunch how g tdnl faithful they have b cH Tile toys will spend as Eiuny of these fleeting h urs as possible rubbing the vtst side of their anato my on tiic cauipus sod know jug tiiat soon they must bid Virgil ft ala fond and affec tioniit farewell and look to more imperious masters Indeed from the narrow con lines four sanctum and above the iink of the presses we can a most hear the stately tread of th armies of the fully equipped iis they step from tie classic shades to faceting conflicts incident to life in a sure enough world We might go on and assum ing the prophets role say how soon these sheepskins will rest in peace on the top shelf of the spareroom closet etc but this is an hour of serious reflection especially- to the people of our city and county Our minds revert to the exciting and amusing CiFiBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY P PI 11 11rlLUS C n9Tilme calls for many little purchases Our stock and our service are at your your command SEE us FOR Shadesj Poles Rods Mat RugsDraperies Wall Paper Jatt lipw small or how everyflOPtr1A orily TVClaveFurnished Rooms There are many new ideas in Paper Curtains nnd otliqr household ac gainedfrom y fr LIPIBmwetCOII MAIN NDn OADWAt i LBXINGT0N1Ky- iijH1 f M1 ai scenes of a year ago when we vainly clung to the skirts of our departing University But she was wooedand won We tried to help it but could not We simply doffed our hat then took possession of her house so cleanly swept arid wondered how it would all be Is it too soon yet to judge Can we look at the maaler dispassionately now and is there sufficient data at hand from which to deduce a conclusion It is not for us now to criticise the consolidation scheme Its promoters discovered about thirteen months ago where we stood We desire simply to call the attention of our readers to the conditions that exist at the close of the first year of the combination- In the first place we remark the prosperous condition of our own school Although completely paralyzed at the beginning of the school year our people rallied to the changed situation and the efficient work of Col Edgar and Mr Hunt will bring to a successful close the first year of the Walters Collegiate In stitute It goes without say ing that the development of this school is an assured success The cool judgement of an able board of lUcuf our own county the splendid equipment the hearty inter est of all our citizens is a suf ficient guarantee that no fear need be entertained as to tio out come of this plan An other and important thing in its favor is that the school is entirely independent of alien claims or influence It is a schoolof and for the people of our county This enables those who understand the needsto labor for its welfare untrammeled It also enables the home friends to give the institution such a status at home as will command respect and patronage beyond out doors So much for our side of the compromise As to Central University Danville Kentucky the CLIMAX hes itates to express any opinion as yet other than to say that the observation of a year con fiirms the prediction made at the inception of the consoli dationThe plan has not as yet proven its desirability It seems to us that each wing of the Presbyterian church has in this merger lost its iden tity as a potent factor in the educational advancement of our Commonwealth The student body is little if any larger than that of last year About one thousand students were in attendance upon all the schools of C U last year according to the Institutions reports We do not believe the attendance will go above 1200 this year The spectac ular effect should have made the attendance at Dan yule three fold greater this year than last whereas we hardly think it will be double We do not speak authoritatively for no official report has come to usbut our readers will soon hear officially and cn then correct this statement if nec essary The endowment fund has received no great boost so far as we know yet this year has marked wonderful gifts to many institutions of learning throughoutour coun try Therefore we report the plan does not seem to be fruitful of increased power There are other matters pertinent to an article of this kind but our spirit might be misunderstoodshould we touch upon them It is not our intention or desire to injure the influence of the in stitution Only a year has passed The new arrange ment puts it in a position to find friends in the North as well as in the South As time passes these patrons may multiply But let Central Uni verity learn a lesson from tho past Let her beware of tim policy that brought destruction to the Richmond experiment We give this warning because of evidences that it is timely Too much tinsel too many of the trap pings of bigness with a dis pairaging of the real elements thc1t matte collegesgreat Ab npjimal athletic and other ox- tvmsic interests will mui- verii i Ibt ii lll Humors Are impure matters which tho skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help thero is such an accumulation of them They litter the whole system Pimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that tired feeling bilious turns fits of indigos tion dull headaches and many other troubles are due to them Hoods Sarsaparilla and PillsIRemove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tone and invigorate the whole system UI had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work Itook Hoods Sarsaparilla and it drove out the humor I continued its use till the sores disappeared Man IRA 0 BROWN Kumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to cure and keeps the promlso make a great classical insti tution It is quiet earnest work however close the kin shipmay be to drudgery that accomplishes that It is not too late There is a great opportunity for the new Cen tral University of Danville Ky if its managers will profit by the experiences of the past Cut off the filigree give the old time Centre Col lege of before de wah her honest dues and let her alum ni be her alumni get down to work make the degree speak eloquently for the work done in pursuit of it keep the pa trons and constituents posted on every move in view and the new Central University will be an honor to the old as well as to the classic halls and portico of her adoption The CLIMAX promises the wandering friend to stand by the charge left behind The Conclave AH tile Richmond Sir Knights who attended tim Conclave at Versailles last week say that it was tho greatest in every respect that they have ever seen The town way wide open for three nights and days and nothing was too good for the visitors With reception at all hoursenter taimnents of all kinds carriage drives etc the whole time was spent in seeing just how much pleasure could be had Among the Sir Knights of the Richmond Couimaudery who were there were Past Commanders D W Tribble It R Burnam R U Stockton William U nnelt Claude Smith and D P Armer Eminent Commander J B Douglas Sir Knights J W Hamilton W G Powell S N Mcberley Dr Scott Dr Bosley Mayhan 1 T Covington S W McComb Giant E Lilly Irvine Azbill S L MidkiiT n McSwain Allen Zaring George D Simmons Park Gardner C L Searcy A D Miller and W R Shackelford The ladies were Mrs R R Burnam Mrs R C Stockton Mrs J B Doug las Mrs S N Mobeiley Mrs Scott Mrs S W McComb Mrs Urant Lilly Mrs A D Miller Mrs J W Zaring Miss Julia Higgins One ol the largest recaptions during the Conclave was given by the Rich mond Commandery at their headquarters Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 The ladies of the Commandery were assisted in receiving bv Misses Scott of Frankfort Mieses Wallace and Graddy of Versailles and Miss Orndorfi of Russellville The house was decorated in the colors of the Commandery and banked with ferns and flowers The music was furnished by the First Regi ment Band of Cincinnati The business meetings of the Grand Commandery were hold in the Court Hou4e The Grand Coinmnndery of Kentucky Knights Tmnplar elect ed officers for the yearns follows Groud Commander Sir Frank H Johnson of Frankfort Deputy Grand Commander George L Lewis of Frankfort Grand Generalissimo Thoa J Smithof Bowling Green Grand Captain General Robt Rodes Barnaul of Richmond Grand Senior WardenJohn W Lndrum of Mayfield Graud Junior WardenThomas- A Keith of Maysvillo Grand Treasurer David P Robb of Versailles was reelected for the thirtyeighth consecutive timeGrand RecorderAlfred H Bryant of Covington Grand Prelate Win R John ston of Lebanon Grand Standard BearerRolit- S Moses of Louisville Graud Sword Bearer Jos H Kwalt of Pans Grand Warden John G Gra mer ot Lexington Grand Captain of the Guard Win Yoeman of Versailles It is a source of great pleasure to his ninny friends to see that Sir Knight R It Burnam has been advancedagain and now holds the third place in the Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar The Woodford Sun says Robert Rodes Burnam Grand Sen i r Wa den wits mall a Master Mason in 1SSO and shortly afterwards was elected Secretary of Richmond Lodge seernlIof Richmond llyol Ardi Chapter und last September was elected Grand Scribe of the Grand Chnpter of Kentucky Excursion to Crab Orchard j The Christian church Sunday SellotI will nman excursion to Crab Orthaj TueijiyJill1mend at730 a in and returuinjrlswlll n L rt f tHOllnd50 u cents for children v l 1 r f jr t t J I And CarnraSAssodation BJ JULY 1419 ++ ++ ++4 +++ I HIGH SCHOOLNOTES i+ ENTRIES IX ATHLETICS 100 yards dashHubert Gripgs 220 yards dashJuli Million Half mile runJerry Parrish Running high jumpJrry Parrisb Running broad julDJerry Parrisn Standing broad jumJJerry Parrish BALL TEAM Jerry Parrish Barton Worrell George Mershon Fred Devore Julian Million John Cobb Jim Deatherage Robert Harris Wro Evans Wm Broaddus John Keller CUllS OF SEWS Williamstown Monticello Eminence Versailles Flemingsburg Mt Sterling Nicbolasville Harrodsburg and Rich mond Quite a number of the older and regular Might Schools have dropped out from tournament among them Lan caster Winchester Somerset Danville etcOur commencement this year will be at Court House 1030 a m June 6th Dr W H Ryals will address the grad uatesThe childrens entertainment will be given Thursday June 5th The pub lie is cordially invited to both entertainments Our battle cry is on to Versailles The census enrollment this year is 352 male and 379 female total 731 An increase of 71 over last year Denied Use of the Mails A Washington dispatch says The fraud order division of the Postoffice Department which has just closed the mails to more than twenty corpora tious doing an endless chain business has begun war against the Home Cor poration and Bond Investment schemes which are substantially rooted throughout the country particular ly in the West An official estimate was sent to the Postmaster General which showed that these questionable companies had contracted liabilities of joOOOOOO Examination has proved that the available assets would not bo onetenth of this amouiit Loiters containing pitiful pleas from poor people have been received at the postofllce depart ment cay ing that they have paid money on contracts for homes which the con tractors have failefl to keep within a reasonable time This is the cry against the Home Corporation companies while the subscribers to the Bond Investment companies say their weekly payments in most cases bring no results The information already secured was reported by an otlicer whose inspec tion tour includes less than four weeks in a small part of the country Tills inspector reports that there are some thirty of these firms in Kansas City between thirty and forty in Chicago nearly twenty in Louisville eight in Des Moines several in Minneapolis and from seven to twenty in various places throughout tho West from Lex ington Ky to Denver Col Among those reported from Kentucky are The Daily Redemption Bond Co Louisville American In vestment Co Lexington Century In vestment Co Lexington Equitable Investment Co Lexington Fayette Investment Co Lexington Globe In vestment Co Lexington Home In vestment Co Lexington Industrial Mutual Deposit Co Lexington Jeffer erson Guaranty and Surety Co Lox ington Sj far as the local companies named are concerned tho order will have little effect as the concerns mentioned have for the most part quit business or gone into the hands of a receiver RELIGIOUS Rev E II Burnam of Virginia will preach in tho Baptist church in Richmond on the second Sunday in June at 11 a m and 730 p in All Invi- tedMATRIMONIAL PAnkBicKERS The marriage of Miss Eulala Bickers of this place to Prof Jas W Park of Estill county came as a genuine surprise to her many friends here The ceremony was performed at tile Reed Hotel Lexington last Saturday the Rev Mr Strotlicr of that place officiating Miss Bickers was one of Laxvrencehurgs most popu lar young ladies and has been at Ford Madison county as stenographer for thelinrt Krabb Lumber Co for mere than a year Sbe will still hold this position The groom is the Principal of the Public School at Ford and at the expiration of tho present term will go to Cynthinna to lake charge of a school therea tunch bettcr position This speaks well for him as to charac ter and ability as teacher The many friends ot the bride join in extending their warmest congratulations and best wishes for her happiness and sue cess in life Anderson No- wsBIRTHS IljsjLRMr and Mrs Walker Hlsle are rejoicing over the arri vaH r a fine girl on May 15 There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few ears was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nouuced ft a local disease and pre scribed Meal remedies and by con stantly to cure with local treatment pronounced in incurable Science hab proven catarrh to be a con stitutijniil disease and therefore re nirrs constitutional treatment Halls Cattrrh Cure manufactured by F J Clmney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on tbe market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to teaspoonful It acts direct ly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure Send forclrculira and testimonials Address F J CHKNKV Co Toledo O Sold bv Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Even the little boy with the kite may beahlghth L 0 tY M C A NOTES +++ +4 t ++ ++ + + There is talk of organizing a Y M 0 A at this place It surely wauld fill a long felt want and it is believed every young man here would be pleased to become a member Wo are glad to see the young men of the place ear nestly striving for a higher ideal that make men better Valley View Argent Mr C K Woods went to Paint Lick Sunday to conduct the Young Mens meetingA young melts meet ing has been started at thaL A shops The meeting holds 20 minutes at noon every first and third Wednes day The first County Convention of Un ionjcounty will be held Friday Satur day and Sunday of this week at Mor ganfield Mr C R Boucher who is WillileaveNew Church A note from Wallaceton says The Church Building Committee met last Saturday and selected a sfte for the new M E church to be erected here this year Tile site selected was dona ted by Grider Wallace and is a beautiful one The house will stand about 100 yards from the present one andwill front on the new pike Another meeting of the committee is called for next Saturday at 3 oclock at which time another important matter of business will be transacted FROM THE CCOMMONER The Mount Peelee disaster was hor rible enough but there has also been some loss of life in the Philippines About 09 times a day the average Republican editor wishes he had never mentioned General Orders No 100 Over 100000 miners are Oil a strike for better vigjs They deserve the in created walls but a strike at the ballot box night help Herod is fortunate in one respect Ho is so dead that he will not have to submit to an investigation for political oiled Loyal Democrats cannot afford to trust men who pose as Democrats but who arewilling to sacrifice Democratic principles for the spoils of otliue A Democrat is not one who votes the Democratic ticket when he feels like it and supports Republican policies at all times through selfish interest The captains of the steel trust indus try held a 100aplate banquet a week or two ago The steel trust is ono of the weak and helpless infant industries that must be protected John Bull is greatly frightened and virtuously indignant because the Hoers have applied the torch to Cape Colony John thinks it is crime to use the torch anywhere but in the Tranavaal and even thero he insists upon doing it him selfOn April 30 1002 American beefsold in London at 14 cents a pound which was 10 10 cents a pound less than the price in New York on the same date The beef trust benefits by protection to American industry and the people at large foot the bills Imperialists who have never been in the Philippines sav that the Filipinos are savages Jacob Gould Schurman president of the first Philip pine commission who has been there and has studied the Filipinos says that they are Christians intelligent capa ble and industrious Men not blinded by avarice and partnership will not long hesitate in choosing between the two opinions For several weeks Republican newspapers printed what purported 10 he the substance of general orders No 100 issued April 24 1803 and approved by Abraham Lincoln As the readers of The Commoner now know the ex tracts which Republican papers printed were not representative of these general orders No 100 explicitly condemn them This revelation is but another illustration of the fact that whenever Republicans quote from rec ognized authority to sustain Republi can policies an investigation will generally show that something has been omitted Tile rule would apply to any bad cause Whenever men engaged in carrying out wicked policies quote from good men in the effort to sustain those policies it is safe to assume that the quotations used are not fairly rep resentative of tile authority referred to Ladies gauze vests 5 toJCc Mens underwear 40 to 50c suit Ladies and Misses sun bonnets 20 to25c- Ladies and Misses Hosiery 5 to 25c Overols work ebirts jumpers 25 to 49c- M ens gloves 25 to Coc White wash brushes 5 12 24 2Sc Window shades 10 to 24c I Oil cloth best quality 17c per If your watches clocks or in fact anything In this Hue needs repairing take them to L E Lane His work in the best aprSO tf The rock of adversity is often the side partner of ry- eWants Others to Know I have used DeWitts Little Early Risers for constipation and torpid liv er 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 it writes Alfred Heinze Quincy Ill They never gripe or dis tress Sure safe pills 1m There are many women whocan de ceive their own husbands but ferr who can deceive their friends Keep the Balance Up anydisturbancehealth causes serious trouble Nobod can be too careful to keep this balance appeliteprudence brings on sickness weakness or debility The system needs a tonic craves It and should not be denied it and the bust tonic of which we havt SatsaparillaVilat keepingit the same distinction as a preventive that it enjoys as a Its early use hRS illustrated the wisdom of the old saying that a stitch in time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strengthand endurance 1m It is easy for anybody to get married but it is hard for lots of them to stay married Whooping Cough A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences Iroin it says Our three children took whooping cough last summer our ha by boy being only three months old and owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness came out in much better health than other chil dren whose parents did not use this remedy Our oldest little girl would call lustily for cough syrup botween whoops Jessie 1inkev hull Spring byStocktonIf a girl is foolish enough to te when a man kisses her he may not do it again No Loss et Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy tor years and would rather be out of coffee or sugar than it Isold fiva bottles of it yesterday to th rochors that could go no further and they are tat work PhelpshIymoiillby the above the threshErs were able tokeop on with their work without losing H single days time You should yourhioiiiogall Life Is full of trials but the lawyer confronts thorn nil with the smile of a hero Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years ol Suffering I have been alllicted with Fcfatic saysJoShwas able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hoar of and at last was told to Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why not use this liniment and cot well It is for sale by Stockton Hvcan 1m The obituary poet attends to the last sad writes It takes more than a dentist to kill the nerve of some people Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it huts determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illuminating gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofjuas from 200 to S175 S But notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay tile present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER A LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tt Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims against the estate of Mrs Bethseba Adams deceased are re quested to file same on or before June25 Prop erly verified or same will be barred Those knowing themselves to be indebted to the state are requested to call and settle- R C ADAMS rnayzi 4t Administrator The Racket Store We have received and opened up our stock of goods adjoiningcountjes Centralwill be found a few of our many bargains and yd IIleck cure She and 1m try boxiLamps 15 to 33c complete Lamp burners 4 to 5e nivesl and forks per set 49p to SI berowelspaper 3 double sheets 5c 2 spools thread 5c Ratchet brace COc Hatchets 10 to 35c Fish hooks 9c per 100 WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets A full and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware Fishing Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which spaco forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket Store a call examine our stock of goods and get prices we are sure to add you to our list of customers We shall at all times endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you give us a call and examine our goods before purchasing elsewhereSUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET C RICHMOND KY 1 r i Q I TiJ i rchi 1 t J EmferoiderieS EV For TT We are showing the greatest assort- mentD of Embroideries in all its ft- j branches that We have attempted heretofore All the patterns are new- El for this year and represent a selec ii tioii that will meet every want of the i trade An idea of the magnitude El this line can bo found from the tact r r r thattfo carry in stock over 300 pat Cterri of Cambrics Swiss ansi Nain 1 l1 sook Embroideries = u + tL I ae 1e9arme t iI The best German Torchon Lace on JD1themarket warranted full 12 yards Ti- rlJ bites wide at 5o lv bolt wider German Torcbon Lice warranted full 12 yads at lOc Staple German IrnraiCrochet Lace heavy thread in a- newlL opeit pattern a good wearing Er durable lire with a linen finish at 3e tr a yard We are also showing an ab solute new hind 6 selection of narrow English and mlFrench Val Laces which art the L of the most famous lace flooms of the world very elaboratej frl ttira leaf and floral designs with L raised outlines Very handsome cJDJ ciletAs Call in and see our line H Respectfully yours i 1E rIL I OWE1McKEEji- ii r f 0 J FIt IrJ sFr01J fdJ ri1JaraJ 8 r Elritleri 1T3ffiJrnr 8rnmrnSrB rrdi7 m8i fitJ8fri1 E S j A Book FreeWe will be pleased to send on receipt of attacked coupon correctly filled out and one cent to coTerexpem of mailing or will deliver to any one presenting the coupon properly made out at oar store a copy The Dictionary of SportsVol containing aphabcticall arranged un dereach oneof the main sports such as Golf etc all the- popular expressions wita a concise de Snitionofeach It is The Only Booklet of Its Kind Extant of convenient and vest pocket sizeJ artisticallyl1Iustrated of handsome fullpace illustrations showing correct clothes for men The Booklet throughout is illustrated in color tints the work of the famous New York artists Messrs Grant Wright M R Morgan and Mrs E Mac Namara The Booklet was written by Mr Will Curley Editor of Field Sports New York Journal for Mos rs Alfred DenRmln 6 Co Now York Makers of Correct Clothes for Men who at au exponse of many thousands of dollars puNished A Quarter of a Million Copies The book is of intrhltic value and if produced for nook Store sale would readily brine 25c to SOc If Sold to a Lover of Out Door Summer Sports COUPON Cot out and send to L G STRAUS Leading Clothina LEXINGTON KY copyBookletiIustraIeJa pubKhfd ty Messrs Alfred rteujamix Cf CaNrs York Enclosed it one eltt tf cozy istae 1r deliver ti fearer Nazr Strut tASMake our house your headquart ers when in- Lexington I fri m I rII Z Q JLl 1 IL l 44i II I imHJ El 8 rrill FE riill iriliill J m riill iirill8W 0fC na Lexingtons Greatest Clothing House Louis fius Straus Sole Agents for Alfred Benjamin Cots I I Pamouj l y i 7 Clothing No house in Lexington can show you such Goods They are ecual to the finest Custom Clothing Our stock of Top Coats are beautiful The Celebrated Aqua 6 s tj 1Ih j Proof Rain Coat 7TPIg l 3 Q J Our Boys and Childrcns Department Largest in the Se- Our Merchant Tailoring Department is in charg of Richard Shryock the famour Kentucky Cutter n i E l New floods are arriving dailv at our vast Emporium and ofSpriugGinghams White Goods Embroideries insertions Etc UnequaledltollreautifutMolhcK Floss Stamped Lineu and Coronation Braid Attention is particularly called to our roaflvinade SkirtflJepar4ineijt Iiv this line wts can please the most fastidious 1f selectfrjpacompletefikotf New Ma ng r t OnbyouILowest Pfices c Ie that what you want If so trade with LeeSmjtha r YS 3l p wIi 1tn 1 CJn Zo o 3m R 0 i 1- o 1 a 1 nf= A Jt- t1 stcn L fJ + V fJ = RfJ- rn Ito if 3 tn p 1 TTTi3s t PrintS howstIlokj- RICHMOND roh t mr ID 0 ri Is I heRichmond Climax L CIlB ULTPresldent-A II Il r Manager hORT s mlg Editor i FWKDNESDAY MAY 2S- ru 1902 u Thc CliSYEnenrpnrni1 itTtirfcrGo A NOUN Ei WN1 tS v FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON G G as a f6r reelection to Congresjfrom IhUtbt Eighth Congressional IemocratJoparty We lire requested to announce ROY C WHITE as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H J1RKCIC as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court auoject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate fOr the nomination lor Clerk cf the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping tbat my many friends in the past will favorably consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and if nominated I promise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully S H THORPE S We are authorized to announce OEORGiD WHITE as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court subject to the action of the DmocraU party WHEN this number of the CLIMAX knocks at the door of its friends it will find them almost too busy to listen to its weekly tale because of the engrossing thoughts and plans for the commencement season not in Richmondalone but every where The dear mother will be sitting up late tonithfc over hauling the dresses that the older sisters wore year before lost The sweet girl graduates will be practicing the shedding of those fetching tears against the time that Professor will tell them in a bunch how good and faithful they have ben The boys will spend as many of these fleeting hours lS possible rubbing the west side of their anatomy on the eampus sod knowing that Soon they must bid Virgil et ala fond and affec tionate farewell and look to more imperious masters In deed from the narrow confines of bur sanctum and above the clink fthe presses we can almost hear the stately tread of thQ armies of the fully cf pipped as they stepI from the classic face the conflicts incident to life in a sure enough world We might go on and assum ing the prophets role say how soon these sheepskins will rest in peace on the top shelf of the spareroom closet etc hut this is an hour of serious reflection especially to the people of onr city and county Our minds revert to the exciting and amusing ci1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY NtQ C1en7n Time calls for many little pur chases Our stock and our service are at your your command SEE US FOR hades Poles Rods Mat RugsDraperies Wallpaper r QC r lipw small or how large we will make everyt efforfrto serve you satisfact orilj c Tr oave mpu Seep CJur Furnished Rooms Thereklle r many new ideas in Paper Curtain J ind jothejcl householdac i gainedfrom CI F1Btdw fG01 MAIN AND BOADWAI ILZXINGTO- Nssi1 1ty J f scenes of a year ago when WO Vainly clung to the skirts- o our departing University But she was wooedand won W e tried to help it but could not We simply doffed our iiafc then took possession of her house so cleanly swept and wondered how it would all be Is it too soon yet to judge Can we look at the master dispassionately now and is there sufficient data at hand from which to deduce a conclusion It is not for us now to criticise the consolida tion scheme Its promoters discovered about thirteen months ago where we stood We desire simply to call the attention of our readers to the conditions that exist at the close of the first year of the combination In the first place we remark the prosperous condition of our own school Although completely paralyzed at the beginning of the school year our people rallied to the changedsituation and the effi dent work of Col Edgar and Mr Hunt will bring to a sue cessful close the first year of the Walters Collegiate Institute It goes without say ing that the development of this school is an assured suc cess The cool judgement an able board of menf our own county the splendid equipment the hearty inter est of all our citizens is a sufficient guarantee that 110 fear need be entertained as to tcout come of this plan Aaother and important thing in its favor is that the school is entirely independent of alien claims or influence It is a school of and for the people of our county This enables those who understand the llCCdStO labor for its welfare untrammeled It also enables the home friends to give the institution such a status at home as will command spect and patronage beyond our doors So much for our side of the compromise As to Central University Danville Kentucky the CLIMAX hes itates to express any opinion as yet other than to say that the observation of a year eon fiirms the prediction made at the inception of the consoli dationThe plan has not as yet proven its desirability It seems to us that each wing of the Presbyterian church has in this merger lost its iden tity as a potent factor in the educationaladvancement of our Commonwealth The student body is little if any larger than that of last year About one thousand students were in attendance upon all the schools of C U last year according to the Institutions reports We do not believe the attendance will go above 1200 this year The spectac ular effect should have made the attendance at Danville three fold greater this than last whereas we ealI think it will be double We do not speak authoritatively for no official report has come to us but our readers will soon hear officially and cn then correct this statement if necessary The endowment func has received no great boost so far as we know yet this year has marked wonderful gifts to many institutions of learning throughoutour coun try Therefore we report the plan does not seem to be fruitful of increased power There are other matters pertinent to an article of this kind but our spirit might be misundelstoodshouldwe touch upon them It is not our intention or desire to in jure the influence of the in stitutlon Only a year has passed The new arrange ment puts it in a position to find friends in the North as well as in the South As ticb e passes these patrons may multiply But let Central Uni yersfity learn a lesson from the past Let her beware f the policy that brought de struction to the Richmond experiment We give this warning because of evidences ta h is timely Too much tinsel too many of the trap ing3 of bigness with a dis paraging of the real elements that wake colleges great Ab npraal athletic and othei ex c interests will never t T LJ r Jill Humors Are Impure matters which the skin liver kidneys and other organs can not take care of without help there ia 8 2TheyPimples boils eczema and other eruptions loss of appetite that Ured feeling bilious turns fits of indigos tion dull headaches and many other troubles are duo to them Hoods Sarsaparitla and Pills Remove all humors overcome all their effects strengthen tono and invigorate the whole system I had salt rheum on my hands so that I could not work I took Hoods Sarsaparilla and it drove out the humor I continued Its use till the sores disappeared MSB ISA O DROWN Rumford Falls Me Hoods Sarsaparilla promises to euro and keeps the promise n make a great classical institution It is quiet earnest work however close the kin shipnaybe to drudgery that accomplishes that It is not too late There is a great opportunity for the new Cen tral University of Danville Ky if its managers will profit by the experiences of the past Cut off the filigree give the old time Centre College of before de wah her honest dues and let her alumni be her alumni get down to work make the degree speak eloquently for the work done II pursuit of it keep the patrons and constituents posted on every move in view and the new Central University will be an honor to the olde s well as to the classic halls and portico of her adoption The CLIMAX promises the wandering friend to stand by the charge left behind The Conclave All the Richmond Sir Knights who attended the Conclave at Versailles Instweek say that it was tho greatest in every respect that they have overseen The town way wide open for three nights und days and nothing was too good for the visitors With reception at all hoursenter tainments of all kinds carriage drives etc the whole time was spent in seeing just how much pleasure could be had Among the Sir Knights of the Richmond Cotnmaudery who were there were Past Commanders D W Tribble It R Burnam R O Stockton William Usnnett Claude Smith and D P Armer Eminent Commander J B Douglas Sir Knights W Hamilton W G Powell S N Mcberley Dr Scott Dr Bosley Mayhan T T Covington S W McComb Giant E Lilly Irvine Azbill S L MidkhT S B McSwain Allen Zaring George D Simmons Park Gardner C L Searcy A D Miller and W R Shackelford The ladies were Mrs R R Burnam Mrs R C Stockton Mrs J B Douglas Mrs S N Mobeiley Mrs Scott Mrs S W McComb Mrs Grant Lilly Mrs A D Miller Mrs J W Zaring Miss Julia Higgins One ot the largest recaptions during the Conclave was given by the Rich mond Comntandery at their headquar ters Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 Tho ladies of the Commandery were assisted in receiving bv Misses Scott of Frankfort Misses Wallace and Graddy of Versailles and Miss Orndorff of Russellville Tho house was decorated in the colors of the Commandery and banked with ferns and flowers The music was furnished by the First Regi ment Band of Cincinnati The business meetings of the Grand Commandery were held in the Court Hou4e The Grand Comm ndery of Kentucky Knights Templar elect ed officers for the yearns follows Groud Commander Sir Frank H Johnson of Frankfort Deputy Grand Commander George A Lewis of Frankfort Grand Generalissimo Thos J Smith of Bowling Green Grand Captain GeneralRobt Rodes Buruani of Richmond Grand Senior Warden John W Lrndrum of Mayfield Graud Junior Warden Thomas A Keith of Maysvillo Grand Treasurer David P Robb of Versailles was reelected for the thirtyeighth consecutive timeGrand RecorderAlfred H Bryant of Covington Grand Prelate Win R Join ston of Lebanon Grand Standard Bearer Robt S Moses of Louisville Grand Sword BearerJos H Ewalt of ParIs Grand Warden John G Gra mer of Lexington Grand Captain of the Guard Win Yoeman of Versailles It Is a source of great pleasure to his many friends to see that Sir Knight It Burnam has been advanced again and now holds the third vInce in he Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar Tire Woodford Sun Says Robert Rodes Burnam Grand Sri i r Wa den was madb a Master Mason in I860 and shortly afterwards was elected Secretary of Richmond Lodge No 2oau IQiuj he heM furo several years lie was elected Mutter of his lodge in 1885 Ho JsIart High Priest of Richmond Hy4l1 Moll Chapter uhd last September wns elected Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter of Ken Lucky n Excursion to Crab The Christian church Ordwdiwillrun1n excursion TueeulltJun 1IDrcetitB J tf i tiIJi1 fT f r rti j I And CarllivabAssOciatiollLY1419 +tHIGH SCHOOLNOTES i t+++ tENTRIES IS ATHLETICS 100 yards dashHubert Griggs 20 yards dasluJulian Million alf mile runJerry Parrish Running high jumpvJ rry Parrish Running broad jumtJerry Parrish Standing broad jumpJerry Parrish BALI TEAM Jerry Parrish Barton Worrell George Mershon Fred Devore Julian Million John Cobb Jim Deatherage Robert Harris Wm Evans Win Broaddus John Keller CHIPS OF NEWS Williamstown MonticelloEminence Versailles Flemin burg Mt Sterling Nicholasville Harrodsbnrg and Rich mono Quite a number of the older and regular High Schools have dropped out from tournament among them Lancaster Winchester Somerset Danville etc Our commencement this year will be at Court House 1030 a m June 6th Dr W H Ryals will address the grad uatesThe childrens entertainment will be given Thursday June 5th The pubS lie is cordially invited to both tainments Our battle cry is on to Versailles The census enrollment this year is 352 male and 379 female total i31An increase of 71 over last year Denied Use of the Mails A Washington dispatch says The rand order division of the Postoflice Department which has just closed the mails to more than twenty corp ra ions doing an endless chain business has begun war against the Home Cor pration and Bond Investment schemes which are substantially root ti throughout the country particular ly in the West An official estimate was sent to the Postmaster General which showed that these questionable companies had contracted liabilities of 4 5000000Examination has proved that the available assets would not bo onetenth of tins amount Letters containing pitiful pleas from poor people have been received at the postofiice depart ment saving that they have paid money on contracts for homes which the contractors have failed to keep within a reasonable time TillS is the cry against the Home Corporation companies while the subscribers to the Bond In vestment companies say their weeklv payments in most cases bring no re suits The information already secured was reported by an officer whose inspec tion tour includes less than four weeks in a small part of the country This inspector reports that there are some thirty of these firms in Kansas City between thirty and forty in Chicago nearly twenty in Louisville eight in Des Moines several in Minneapolis and from seven to twenty in various places throughout the West from Lexington Ky to Denver Col Among those reported from Ken tacky are The Daily Redemption Bond Co Louisville American In vestment Co Lexington Century Investment Co Lexington Equitable Investment Co Lexington Fayette Investment Co Lexington Globe In vestment Co Lexington Home In vestment Co Lexington Industrial Mutual Deposit Co Lexington Jeffer erson Guaranty and Surety Co Lex ington So far as the local companies earned are concerned tile order will have little effect as the concerns mentioned have for the most part quit business or gone into the hands of a receiver RELIGIOUS Rev E H Burnam of Virginia will preach in tho Baptist church in Rich mohd on the second Sunday in June at 11 a m and 730 p in All invit- edMATRIMONIAL PAiikBicKEiis The marriage of Miss Eulala Bickers of this place to Prof Jas W Park of Estill county came as a genuine surprise to her many friends here The ceremony wns pet formed at the Reed Hotel Lexington last Saturday the Rev Mr Strother of that place officiating Miss Dickers was one of Lawrencebnrgs most popular youDRiladies and has been at Ford Madison county as stenographer for the Itort Brabb Lumber Co for mere than a year She will still hold this position The groom is the Principal of the Public School at Ford and at the expiration of the present term will go to Cvnthiana to lake charge of n school theroa much better position This speaks well for him as to charac ter and ability as a teacher The many friends of the bridc join in extending their warmest congratulations and best wishes for her happiness and site cess in life Anderson Nn- vsBIRThS HisLEMr and Mrs Walker Hisle are rejoicing over the arrf valof a fine girl on May 15 There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than nil other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nonucecl it n local disease and pre scribed Irlcal remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment in incurable Science ha proven catarrh to be a con stitutionai disease and therefore ra qnirjg constitutional trEatment Halls Uatrrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It h taken internally in doses from 10 drops to teaspoonful It acts direct l on the blood end mucous surfaces of I the system They otTer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Seio3 or6trcular8 and testimonials Address F J CmiifEtf k Co Toledo P Soul by Drugjtistp 75c Halls Family Pl s are the beet maybik Vi i ++44 iY M CA NOTES ++ +++ t ++++ There is talk of organizing a Y M G A atthlphdce It surely srould fill a long felt w 1t and it is believed every young nanbrewouhd lie pleased tbecoinea member Wo are glad t o see the young men of the place earnestly striving for a higher ideal that1f make men better Valley View gent Mr C E Woods went to Paint Lick Sunday to conduct the Young Mens meeting A semimonthly yotingmeits meet ing has been started at theL A shops The meeting holds 20 minutes at noon every first and third Wednes day Time first County Convention of Un ioncounty will be held Friday Saturtday and Sunday of this week ganfield Mr G R Boucher who is on the program for an address will leave tomorrow morning New Church A note from Wallaceton says The Church Building Committee met last Saturday null selected sfte for the new M E church to be erected here this year The site selected was dona ted by Grider Wallace and is a beau tiful one The house will stand about 100 yards from the present one and will front on the new pike Another meet ng of the committee is called for next- aturday at 3 oclock at which time another important matter of business will be transacted FROM THE CCOHKONER The Mount Peelee disaster was horrible enough but there has also been some loss of life in the Philippinesi About 99 times a day the average lepnblican editor wishes he had never mentioned General Orders No 100 Over 100000 miners are on a strike for better vrg s They deservo the in creased wages but a strike at the ballot box might help Herod is fortunate in one respect He is so dead that he will not have to submit to an invcstigati6n for political effectLoyal Democrats cannot afford to trust men who pose as Democrats lint who are willing to sacrifice Democratic principles for the spoils of olllce A Democrat is not one who voteslhe Democratic ticket when he feels like it and supports Republican policies at all times through eel fish interest The captains of time steel trust industry held a S100aplate banquet a week or two ago The steel trust is one of the weak and helpless infant industries that must be protected John Bull is greatly frightened and virtuously indignant because the Boors have applier the torch to Cape Colony John thinks it is crime to use the torch anywhere but in the Tranavaal and even there he insists upon doing it himself On Awril 30 1002 American beef sold in London nt 14 cents a pound which was 10 10 cents a pound less than the price in New York on the saute date The beef trust benefits by protection to American industry and the people at large foot the bills Imperialists who have never been in the Philippines sav that the Filipinos are savages Jacob Gould Schurman president of the first Philip pine commission who has been there and has studied the Filipinos says that they are Christians intelligent Capable and industrious Men not blinded by avarice and partnership will not long hesitate in choosing between the two opinions For several weeks Republican news papers printed what purported to be the substance of general orders No 100 issued April 21 1863 and approved by Abraham Lincoln As the readers of The Commoner now know the ex tracts which Republican printed were not representative these general orders No 100 explicitly eon demn them This revelation is but another illustration of the fact that whenever Republicans quote from recognized authority to sustain Republi can policies an investigation will generally show that something has been omitted The rule would apply to any bad cause Whenever men engaged in carrying out wicked policies quote from good men in the effort to sustain those policies it is safe to assume tlma Ithe quotations used are not fairly rep resentative of the authority referred to I gauze vests 5 tolGc Mens underwear 40 to 50c suit Ladies and sun bonnets 20 to25c Ladies and Misses Hosiery 5 fo Overals work ehirts and 25eI25 to gloves 23 to 65c 2SeWindowperydIerfoiatedTack hammers GB lOc each If your watches elects or in fact anything IIi this Hue needs repairing take them IQ1 K Lane His work b the best apr30 tf The rock of adversity is often the side partner of ry- eWants Others to Know EarlyRiserser and they arc all right I am glad o indorse them for I think when we a good thing we ought to let oth ers know Itwrites Alfred Heinze Quincy Ill never gripe or distress Sure safe pills 1m There are many women whocan deceive their own husbands butlers who can deceive their friends Keep the Balance anydisturbancehealth causes serious trouble Nobody can be too careful to keep this balance appetiteprudence brings on sickness weakness or debility The system needs a toull craves Itt and should not be denied it and the boat tonic of which we have any knowledge is Hoods Sarsaparilla What this medicine has done in keep keepingit the same distinction as a preventive that it enjoys as a cure Its early use has illustrated the wisdom of the old saying that a stitch in time saves nine Take Hoods for appetite strength and endurance 1m It is easy for anybody to get married but it is hard for lots of them to stay married Whooping Cough I A woman who has had experience with this disease tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences Iroin it She says Our three children took baibyand Owing to our giving them Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and came out n much better health than other chil dren who e parents did not use this reinedv Our oldest little girl would call lustilv for cough syrup between whoops Jessie Pinker Hall Spring bytocktonIf a girl is foolish enough to tel when a man kisses her he may not do i again No Lost ul lime I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years soil would rather be out of cof fee or sugar titan it I sold fiv bottles of it yesterday 10 throshyrs that could go no farther and they are tat work PhelpsPlymouthby the above the threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should yourhomegan 1m Life is full of trials but the lawyer confronts thorn all with the smile of a hero Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years ol Sufferin- have been aillitted with Fciatie saysJosnwas able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham berlains Pain Hahn which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time and I am happy to say it has not since returned Why ItisThe obituary poet attends to the last sad writes It takes more than a dentist to kill the nerve of some people Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illuminating gas furnished on and after Dec L 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofuas from 200 to S175- B But is especially given that this discount on gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delia quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATEr LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec 4 tf Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate ol Mrs Bethseba Adams deceased are re quested to file same on or before June25 prop erly verified or same wilt be barred Those knowing themselves to be Indebted to the state are requested to call and settle- R O ADAMS may2lU Administrator The Racket StoreWe have received and opened up our stock of goods adjoiningcounties Centralwill be found a few of out many bargains Ladle Misses 4fl- cMens They cured notice bozBabycompleteramp l iiives and forks per set 40p to SI l0cTowelsFly 3 double sheets 5c 2 spools thread oc Ratchet brace GOo Hatchets 10 to 85c Fish hooks 9c per 100 WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Linear Water Sets TinwareFishinr RacketStoreare sure to add you to our list of customers We shall at all times endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you purchasingelsewhere SUIT BRATTONOpp- osite Blue Grass GrQjcery MAIN STREET j RICHMOND KY ij C i itiq r4s a1 Embroideries I BFOr 1 J2 fW VoEl are showing the greatest aesortr EI ment of Embroideries in r branches that We have attempted heretofore All the patterns are new El I for this year and represent a Spire Itionthat willmeet everyifi An idea of the magnitudeIt9 f this line can be found from the lact li zi1 tha5wo carry in stock over 300 pat Ir-terlarO Caintirics Swiss arni Naiu Book Embroideries i C a t Sac D arm t u j iiFr The best German Torc lon Lace on the market warranted full12 yards Ji iches wide at 5ct a bolt wider rarJ German Torchon Lflce warranted r full 12 yads at lOci Staple German iiiCrochetLace heavy thread in a new open pattern a goorl wearing j il durable lare with a lirteh finish at 3ci x a yard We are also shoeing an ab solute new ind uptodate highclass 6 selection of narrow English and French Val laces which are tho t c product of the most famous lace ins oft he world very elaborate ttirg leaf and floral designs with raised outlines Very handsome jDl eileeJs Call in and see our line Respectfully yours I 0 H- j W E hOOK E E Jt tJ m A Book Free1 We will be pleased to send on receipt of attached coapon correct Ijr filled oat and one cent tocoTerexpeaseof mailing or will deliver to any one presenting the coupon properly made out at oar store a copy The Dictionary of SporlsVoI I containing aphabetically arranged un der each one of the main sports such as Golf etc all the popular expressions with a concise definition of each It L- aThe Only Booklet of Us Kind Extant of convenient and vet pocket size artisticallyillustrated of handsome fullpage illustration showing correct clothes for men The Booklet throughout Is illustrated in color tints the work of the famous new Yorkartlsts Messrs Grant Wright M R Morgan and Mrs Mac Namara The Booklet was written by Mr Will Curley Editor of Field Sports New York journal for Messrs Alfred YorkMekersMen who at an expense of many thousands of dollars published A Quarter of a Million Copies The book is of intrinsic value and if produced for rook Store sale would readily bring 25c to SOc if Sold to a Lover of Out Door Summer Sports COUPON Get ont lad iced ti L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY copyBookIctillustmtcil as putllshtd by Metiri AlfreJ Jttujamix 6 Cj New York Enclosed is use tent ty cove sto- KeJr deliver tJ tearcr Name Srut 1t5- Make our hozse your headquart ers when in eJtt Lexington I fj i J I CJ IIII zIt f o S 1o to i w Z 13 0II f4 Ul T R I Lexingtonts Greatest Clothing House Louis tius Straus Sole Agents for Alfred Benjamin CotsJ1 Famoustg gI Clothing 7W i1 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 Aqua 11 fari i fHf r ff Proof Rain Coat t f i if 7 r Q mv i l Our Boys and Childrens Department Largest in the State Our Merchant Tailoring Department is in charge of Richard Shryock the famour Kentucky Cutter New 6Oods j are arriving Jlailv at our vast Emporium and ofSpringGingharns White Goods Embroideries Jnsertions Etc 1 r UneqimledjqCoronationBraidrcUdvinade J i SkirDeprtpient1 fasttllouqigoodsJk Hockolt i Jz 1 i Ii NewMatting lids ibi Been received r i and is notv placed on sale We buy in the Jest markets pf the world OUdI LowestPfic sjCIs that what you want If so trade with 1htf SmjtbaL w o 3 II S 1st bt1 g 1tI1 l + tI1 4 COP =0tI1n ic ri iiT12T1C 1tj SEEDSIWeve received fine lot of p and invite you to call at ourj store and examine this stock before making a purchase This is the finest lot of German ever brought to Q t t t RichmondWOOL WOOL We also wish to purchase your WOOLand guarantee to pay the highest market price for same sell until you get our E EATHERAGE CO e Richmond Climax EIAY MAY 28 1902 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is loratHil over J B Stouffers lung store6febtfTake a look at Covington Banks ad in toil ys CLIMAx rythiIiK in the carriage line lie pnrrlnsetl at S L Midkiffs s guaranteed maySl 2t W J Leeds guarantees all work u liini to be firstclabs Call and Ilsautirulline of wall paper tf i rii ladies of tho Kirksville Chris rll1rh will give a Court Dav din next Monday at tho old Garnett Ii viii iMiittMiiplate having allY pa painting lo do this spring it in your advantage to calland iit my huts of wall paper and innttion iwinting tW7 Leeds u lies 10 uoiits esich one iiln buokats 5 cents each wln rents per pound TBS Car TOnE Nx door to Government lildg Ii i at L aiidKiilu Carriage s iinl xaniine his line of vehicles Diking a purchase He will yn IliolltYl ll2l2t im your vehicles repainted and uiilior tiros to take the place of s worn out ones you are now u aiil tuna Imve a slew vehicle for s L Mitlkill will do the rfltl may2l2t Schotl Boys Flay iMwell High School and Wal relate Institute crossed bats on us Thursday afternoon The jr won by the latter the score iust7 Netice f city of Barbonrville K will v Kcaletl bids for the purpose of oiiiiiiizing the streets of said city tj s ick p IlL June 1 1902 For rraiorB write City Clerk Tuns D TISSLEV City Clerk lW fl TAXES 1 ivish to hflp run your county cf noniical baais do not hesitate- p Ir tax at once In order that s criir an pay tho poor laborers- l r work Iud save them the dis r on their claims I will expect u J settle Ito ready I am coming Respectfully JOHN F ttAGEfts Sheriff Ir Hurry M Wanton Dentist Of vrr Middletons drugstore ltf aI j y g mens c u h e H T S A N D C S L ure German Southern prices Dr Hobson Dentist Jliehmond Ky apr7tf For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo tiroceryCoFor Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 60x264 and the other 100x300 For terms up ply at this office mch26tf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this office nnd get reward niay7 tf G W EVANS Have W L Leeds to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Screen Your Doors and Windows We have just recehed a car load of screen doors and can save you from 15 to 25 per cent on these goods Give us a call A BUUCKLE SIMMONS apr30 lino Court Day Dinner The ladies of the Kirksville Christian church will spread a Court Day dinner at the Garnet House next Monday They invite all their friends to como and dine with them My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prices will please everybody npr30 tf L E LANE For Sale I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in flood repair nndwill be sold at a Mrs Eliznneth Crow Have just received one of the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call anti examine my stock before mak lug a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE DFArmer Has made all his arrangements to leave Richmond by tho 25th of Juno If you want anything in his line you can get it at cost till that date All persons who owe me accounts will please come and settle as the business must be closed up to that date 2t Interstate Contest At Lexington Paul B Kern repre senting Vaiderbilt University of Nashville Tenn won the 12th annualcon test of the Southern Interstate Orator ical Association Wednesday night William Clark representing Kentucky University of Lexington was second S L Midkiff has one of the largest and most complete line of carriages buggies phaetons road wagons etc to be found in Central Kentucky Call and examine his etock and get prices may2lt r cr Y Ii PAVROU 2680000PERWJtr afulland complete lineof furnishings A Ap Millet Seed bargaintf 5140r LI SQj4 by uTlo1iffotice iacrt Of salo ta bdQlU 1901 =1566720 Pairs isiu More lhWt DoibIed In Four YfU1o V tIoJ IU dbmore men and In tile woTldother twoIhO than anr3S9 140 1 DolIU 300 and suo shoel placed aewttl1l611 aLoes ot other totind to be juat II good Th1 will outwear two ot ordlflI1 tam IUO hoes Patti Potent of the bee leathers IttCludlng Corona Kid Cmon4 Colt and NatIonal Kangaroo Dd B k W1Dt rue Cler AIsyi 1OO GUI JdrS IaeRet q1hd- ywnh1ZSC8b Hk1 j e w x Dr Hobeon dentist next doo to Government building tf Richmond Ky Decoration Day sotforate soldiers All veterans are request ed to meet at the Richmond Cemetery at ten oclock on that day Street Fair at Versailles 2nd to 7lh On account Red Mens Street Fair and Carnival L A will sell tickets to Versailles June 2 7 inclusive Limit of return June 9th One fare round- trip O II Browning General Manager After His Scalp The State encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic Is after the scalp of Leslie Combs Stato Pension Agent It declares he is not a fit man for the place and request the President to remove him Maj G Matt Adams of this city at one time held that position which is one of power and importance Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc fJra reasonable commission Call and tile in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CUE A1jLL anti L P EVANS apr16tf Real Estate Kentucky Boy Wins a GreatS Prize A special from New Haven Conn to the CourierJournal says Among the scholarships award d by the Yale faculty wore the Holibrook prizes in sociology and the Fogg pro miums the latter four in number 100 each One of those who was awarded a Fogg premium was Harold Hunting of Berea Ky a member of the class of 1004 Export Cattle Embry Bros of Cincinnati the well known live stock dealers who have been feeding cattle at the E J Curley distillery shipped 117 Lead of steers to Liverpool Eng The firm realized a handsome profit on tho sale having bought the csttlo at3Jfc and sold them at Cc per pound Thj same firm has 300 morn at Camp Nelson which they are preparing for the export market Jessamine News A Hadisonlan at at TcPanw One of the graduates of DePauw Univeraity of Greencastle Ind this year is H D Ayers formerly of Col lego HiU this county Mr Ayers is a son of Prof Ayers the well known teacher He attended Central Univer sity several years ago and made a splendid record as a stndent Since then ho has taught successfully in this county and in Clark Hr Bullock Resigns Mr S A O Bullock who has been the Master Mechanic at the Louisville Atlantic cir shops for two years rlsigned last week His resignation will take client Junel Mr Bullock is an excellent young snaiL and has made himself very popular during his two years residence here Ho will be miss ed both In the 80ch land business cir des of the town dose Ease Ball Game The Kentucky State College played Berea College on the latters grounds last Thursday The game resulted in a score of 2 to in favor of State College Berea has an extra good team and the game was warm from start to finish The defeat was a hard blow for Borea as it is the first time the college team has been turned Iowa this season Fashionable Pressnaiinf Ladies wishing a stylish costumo for spring should call on Miss Emma Gol den who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postoffice Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to the most elaborato tailormade suit Her work is sure to please and her terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in the Hobson building tnch5 tf Hr Gilbert Announces Hon G Gilbert announces in todays CLUIAX that lie is a candidate for re election to Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Gilbert writes us that lie is compelled to return to Washington to attend to some mat tern of importance but will return shortly to make a thorough canvas of the district before the primary comes off The committee which met inI Lawrenoeburg last week set August 9 as the date of the primary election THE WORLDS LmG 51 pso SHOE FC10Rr WlgJG1AS Dotig- tiSoreadthebetIOtdelUeYuY jUT4Oiaa pai- rjjoo1259754PaIrS Shoe Merchants Leaders in Style and Quality CALL AND sEE + +Their Im Spring Styles MAIN STREET RGE cOT ARNGJLDi tc f3tjF J 2 t j r t f tl i J tIF 1I Big Saw Ml Sold The MngannFawke Lumber Com panys plant of Irvine which was lesIsTornnwr las t1 rhuraday to satisfy a Judg TIteNatiOnaLpurchaser at S65tOOO The property consisted of a large bond saw mill which has incapacity ot5020Jffeetper day yards and booms at Irvine Besides this thecoropatiJt owned ft largo tract of timber land in Powell and Breathitt county Bertas Boom Berea fs on a boom In spite of the heavv losses by lire during the past npidandbeen subscribed for a handsome new church to take the place of the old chapel which was burned a Jew weeks ago A large brick yard is being made the machinery for which is now on the ground A 510000 electric plant will soon bo installed which will give the town a metropolitan appearance Ma ny other improvements are being made so that Berea will take a front seat among tho towns of this section Found Dead in Bed Huston Logsdon a merchant of Be rea was found dead iu his bed last Friday morning He had not been welt for several days but when he went to bed Thursday night he seemed to be better than usual When his wife went to his room Friday morning she found him dead the indications be lug that he had passed away early in the night Coroner Samuels was summoned to hold an inquest The jury returned a verdict that the deceased had come to his death from some un known cause Mr Logsdon was about forty years of age He leaves a wife and several children Twelve Passed The examination of tho Schoolteachers is more rigid this year than usual and is giving some of the teachers about all they can flo to get along Out of twontyfour who were examined last week the Superintendent reports two firstclass eight secondclass and two thirdclass certificates Twelve failed to get through Its a pretty hard test when fifty per cent of the appli cants failed to get any kind ofa certificate The examination of colored teachers was held last Friday and Sat urday but the papers have not been returned Property Sold The old Bourne prqpertyuit the cor ner of Main and Third streets was bought last week by Messrs Jot Gnin chigliani and Louis Schlegel Exten sive improvements will be made on the old building for the use of Joes con fectionary anti restaurant Mr fie hie gel will erect a handsome new build lug on the lot just back ot the Bourne house for his Studio The contract for tim work will be given as eoon as the plans are perfected The new buildings will be an ornament to the city The old building on Main street which Mr Schlegel has occupied for the last quarter of a century will be torn down to make room for W D Oldhanjs storo and office building Reading the News The Louisville rimes of Saturday contained drawings by two promising young artists of this city which were very creditable efforts and show that the clever young people have a talent that might be developed profitably The Times has offered a prizo for the best representation of Papa Reading the Times None of tho drawings that we have seen show up any better than those of Ollie Hazris and James Con way of Richmond and we are looking for one or tim othvr to capture the prize We have recently seen several excellent cartoons by Jimmy Conway and we predict that if his work is prop erly directed he will some day rival Opper Nast and the other great car toonists of the age A Large Family LowellImet a very people Among them was J M Meadows a lending merchant and the post master 01 the town who said that he was one ofa family of 17 children all of whom arc living They are the eons and daughters of Lewis and Susan Meadows of Whitley county The youngest child is 37 years of age and the oldest is 53 He went on to ear that all are married and live in Whitley county with the exception of him self He moved to Garrard and mar ried several years ago His mother was formerly Miss Susan Prewitt and her father lived to be 106 years old Lewis and Susan Meadows have sev enteen children 115 grandchildren and 76 grcatgrandchildreiu Sunday School Contention The Madison County Sunday School Association will hold its annual convention for 1902 in Richmond June 23rd and 24th The first sessson will be amass meeting in the First Pres byterian church at night of Monday June 23rd Rev R B Weal of Gray eonand other able speakers will ad dress the meeting The sessions of the 21th forenoon and afternoon will be held at the University grounds Prominent Sunday school workers of Madison county and elsewhere will have place on the program It is hoped that every Magisterial district will be largely represented and that there wil be rep rts from every Sunday school wiih a contributions for the benefit oltheStatejwork There will bo accommodations for basket dinners on tile grounds Detailed program of ex ercises will be issued in a few days L V Dodge County President- E Deatherage Secretary L 0 QF Bulldinf The Building Committee of Madison Lodge I O0 F has awarded the con tract for the new lodge building to J no A Toddand AC Glowers contractors of this city The work will begin right away The new building will ijost about 11000 It will be 50x110 feet and will contain two stores lodge rooms and opera house The Opera House will have a front entrance on Main street tnd side entrances oii B street It will be uptodate in eery respect and will be one of the best jllay houses In Central Kentucky The ion tractors agree to complete the building bv September 1 The store now open pied by Mr Smithson will be mov d to the rear of the lot and will front lin B street The marble shop building has been sold to Mr Sam Rico who will move itfo the rock quarry lot at the corner of Main and Collins streets The other buildings on the lot will be torn down Teeth Lextia ct d without paftj 25 cents DR HOBSO V Rlchaaomdj ICy 1 nc New Racket Messrs Suit Bratton proprietors of the new Backet Store desire to call yonr attention to their new advertise inent which appears in today sCuitAXr Those genial entJemellrecently tarue here from Msysvilie and are highly pleased With the reception accorded them Their polite and accommodat ing manner lave already won them scores of friijnJ they are adding more to tlietst eTcry day They carry a full line And are anxious to have you calland take a look See the ad in an other column MIss Caenafllt Leads In the Elk Queen Carnival Contest The second examination of the bal lots cast in the contest for Queen of the Richmond Elk Carnival occurred yester day with the following changes in tbe relattvestandlngof the young ladies The leader last week was Miss Koyce of Boonesboro This week Miss Car lisle Chenault heads the list with 43 followed In order by Misees Florrie Cheiinult and Mary Collins etc Miss Carlisle Chenault 4i u Florrie Chenault 88 Mary Collins SO Katie Smith 28 Nancy Royce 26- Sue Deatherago 24 I Carlyle Walker 23 Besbie Lackey 22 I lierthenia McQord 17 talhe White 16 Mary Shackelford 14 1Sue Hume 14 Mnrgaret Chenault 13 Anne Bennett 1 The object of the contest is to Select from tlu daughters and sisters of the Elks cf the Richmond Lodge a Queen ol the parade on Iheopeuing day of the day of the Elk Fair and Carnival here July 1419 Ballots on sale at a score of stores at 5 cents eachl i The contest is already exciting mnch interest but nothing like what will result later on as the day approaches for the crowning of the Queen who shall lead the procession in a flower garlanded chariot drawn by four white horee As the Richmond Lodge of Elks has a number of members tin other cities their sisters and daughters are eligible and it would not surprise us to see ballots come in for some fair Lancastrian as soon as Editor Louis Landrum stirs up the brethren down in the Free State of Garrard Anybody may buy ballots and yote for their favorite The voting is done secretly in a locked box at Covingtou Banks and Douglas Crutnhers C E WOODS BURTON FAunas T H PIOKELS J J NEALu District Sunday School Convention The Richmond District Sunday school Association held a meeting at the Methodist church Saturday evening Tho attendance was small on account of the storm but all who went felt fully repaid for taking the risk Mr S E Scott was chairman of the meet ing The reports of the various Sun Ilay schools of the city were read as follows Christian church Mr W L Arnold Baptist Mr C R Boucher First Presbyterian Dr Hobson Methodist Capt S F Rock 2nd Christian Judge Tnrpin 2nd Presbyterian Rev Etsenhart Christ Church Episcopal was not represented in the convention but the report was sent in by Crooke The reports showed MissI Sunday schools of the district about 800 persons enrolled The Rich c ond District contributes about thirty dollars to the State Work which is more than half of the assessment of Madison county After the reports were read short addresses were delivered by Prof Dodge Prof McGarvey and Mr C R Boucher Mr James J Noale was elected permanent chairman and Robert S Crowe secretary of the asso- ciatIon The county convention will be held in this city June 23 and 24 and another district meeting will probably be called before that time- CINCINNATI MARKET May 27 1002 CATTLE Todays receipts of cattle were but slightly less than tho same last week but as 750 head were billed through there were scant 1000 cattle on sale a relatively light supply for a Mondays market Naturally a stronger tone became evident and every thing good enough in the beef line sold more promptly and at an advance of 10 to 15c per 100 lbs over last weeks low prices while common and plain grassy steers remained inactive and unchang ed Slop fed dairy cows were a promi nent factor in todays tranactions and they eold as much as 15 to 25c above last weeks low prices mostly from S4EO to 5 and tops 325 to 540 Good feeders were firm and wanted Stockers easy and dull Top milch cows sold strong 2 per head higher and the medium and comrcon remained dull and unchanged Heavy steers choice SC15 Jo 650 fair to good 535 to 015 oxen 275 to 550 butcher steers extra 6J5 io G 25 Rood to choice 560 to 6 10 common 375 to 540 heifers extra 610 to 625 good to choice 525 to 6 common to fair S275 to 51Iij cows good to choice S425 to S fair to medium 275 to 115 canner 175 to 260 stockers and feeders 250 to 500 tops 6 fat dairy cows f 3 25 to 515 choice to extra 525 to540 BULLS The demand fair and prices steady with the receipts only moderate Thin and light 275 to 305 bologna I75 to 160 fat bulls 460 to 525 CALvxsOpened quiet and easy and closed steady to stronger as the receipts were light Common and large Ito 6 fair to good light S6 to 050 choice to extra 675 to 7 HOGS The market started out ac live under good Eastern shipping and local demand and although surround lug markets reported a heavy shrink age in prices a strong tone was main tamed and the fair to good packing and best fat grades sold readily at full Saturdays values but common mixed and plain packers were neglected anti hard to Bell at steady to even lower prices Trade in light shipping hogs and pigs was fair and prices unchanged Select ed heavy shippers 120 to 7 25 good to choice packers 7 to 7 15 mixed packers SG 70 to 6 95 common to choice heavy fat sows 5 to 675 stags 4 to 5 Co light shippers 6 15 to 6 76 pig5t5 25 to 6 SIIEEP AND LAMBS Receipts were moderate and the trade in sheep and yearling and clipped lambs inactive tith prices weak and 10 to ISo lower Spring lambs wero scarce and steady Sheep extra 4 65 to 4 75 gsto choice 425 to 4 GO cqtnmon to lair 2 50 to 4 15 JBJbs j traJ5 00 good to chojcfl fs 25 to 6 50 common to fair 3 25 to 5 35 ppring lambs 5 75 to 7 23 exlra750 2eu are known by the company te to getInto G J PERSNAL If Mrs Ella Farley will leave today foi stay at Crab Orchard Mrs Albert Mc own visited friendii in Lexington last week Sir Richard C Lord of Virginia U the guest of ProfI C Hunt Miss Katie Turpin is the guest 6j Mrs J R Graham at Corbiu Rev W H Ryals has returned from a visit to friends in Trenton Term Mrs E Tutt Burnam has returned from a visit to her parents in Covington Miss Sue Layton of Cincinnati will arrive today tovisit Miss Bessie fur Icy Mrs Sherman of Millersburg wits the guest of Mrs M J McClintock last week Mr and Mrs lien Doome of Leba non are the guests of Miss Elizabeth Taylor Mrs William D Oldham of Lexing ton is visiting her sister Mrs G G ProwittDr Mrs J1I Poyntz Iwe returned from a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Miss Sarah White has returned from H visit to Miss Christine Bradley in Lancaster Mr J Talbott Jackson is visiting his Campbellsville brother Prof William M Jackson in f Miss Judieth Tudor of Irvine is the guest of her aunt Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Mr N L Shropshire a popular old C U boy has been visitingfrieuds heto for several days Mrs Cassius M Clay Jr of Paris is visiting her parents Major and Mrs John D Harris Prof John Burnamof the Univer ally of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs Eugenia Hume Mrs C D Ray and little son of Paris will anive today to be the guest of Mrs W L Lnngford Mrs Ellen V Gibson and Miss Flor ida Gibson left yesterday for Crab Orchard to spend two weeks Mr John II Shackelford of Mont bowery Ala arrived Saturday to visit Capt and Mrs J T Shackelfurd Misses Sallie White Bessie Turley Emily Cheuault and Stella Adams at tended the hops at Lancasterlast week Mrs Leander Davidson of Lancaster who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs Z T Rice returned home Bessie Turley and Stella Adams have returned from Lancaster where they were the guests of Miss f Jeiiuie Geu JulleyIGrand Chancellor Commander Mr J W Carter of Uwensboro IUldj K of R and S were in tiiicity Wed nesday anti Thursday in the interest of White Lodge No 43 K of P We notice among the graduating class of twentyfive young ladies of Hamilton College Lexington is Miss Johnnie Terrill of this city Miss Terrill is the youngest member of the class and a close contestant for first honorsIMisses Josephine Schmidt and Janie Myers ot Richmond were the guests of friends here this weekMr and Mrs Geo G Prewitt have returned to their home at Richmond after a visit to relatives here Winchester Demo cratIi Dr Joseph Price who was expected to arrive trom Philadelphia this month to be the guest of Dr C H Vaught has been compelled to defer his visit until September at which time he will perform a number of operations in this city Mr and Mrs J D Dykes of Richmond will be in Lexington for the Gleaners opera Mr R E Moss one of the most eloquent speakers and the most popular student who has graduated from Kentucky University in all the years of her history was a guest of the college Thursday awl Fri day He had intended coming up to the contest having won it for K U last year at Austin Texas but remain ed in Maysville Wednesday evening to hear President Jenkins deliver an ad dress Lexington hera- ldD1ATHS Y0UNOMrs Douglas Young died at her home at Duluth last Sunday after a lingering illness of consumption Mrs Young was a daughter of John I Garrett of this county Sue was n member of the Christian church and was greatly beloved by all who knew her She leaves her husband and four children to mourn her loss The remains were interred at Dreyfus Tuesday- MCELWAINN C McElwain one of the leading fancy horse dealers of the State died at his home at Uowlinj Green last Friday slight after a long illness Mr McElwain was in the fifty seventh year of his age HP leaves a wife and three sons one f whom is H G McElwain the wiell known horseman of tins city Mr McElwain is well known here and has a large number of friends in this county who regret to hear of his death BYBEE Ernest V Uybee son of M and Mrs Eo II Uybeo died at two oclock Saturday morning of spinjil meningitis at the home of Mr D T Warnacut at Inwood lud The youi g mans father received a telegram lit tiooiJt Friday informing him ot his sons sudden ilhiesc HeIeft6n tie Brat train and arrived at luwodd at 9 oclock Saturday several hdiirs aftiir the young man had been relieved of his suffering Mr By bee was ill just thirty hours During that time he hud every attention that kind friends and skilled physicians couldgive Ills own parents could not have been more t tontive than were Mr and Mrs WJir uncut in his last illness The remaps wire brought homo mid interred in the Klatwoods burying ground Sunday afternoon Ernest Jiyben was born at Byb eton this county twentyfdur years ago He united with the Meih odlst church at an early age and Mas through hia life an exemplary yoUng man sober and industrious He Uft here abooE two years ago to make ais- honie Jlliiiois and by liirtfaithfulneFS to duty and lila kind manners ton many friends Ift his new home 3o visited his parents here during the winter returning to Illlnoia in Marjih He had gone to Inwood to live just fijur weeks before his death Ho leaes beside his father and mother one alter and two brotljerslo mourn his loss NO words can express the feelinj oftitude of the young inaiid Tamilvtftw ants the kind friends Who loved him and did so much for him during this last illness 4 hiss lBasgoo4Isa smIle to be vl1lIBiu a inefodrRtna CJ1arItyioitih begins at had q 8 tJy n wlwe Hi wi ir if Jij 5 tofJ1 p I J Extraordinaryw yGoItection of = DiPrin o h u SUMMERt i HATS 0 x Everything from a tencent Buckeye up to the finest split Palm at 350I A great display of cool Crash and Straw Hats stylishand neat at 25 and 50cIr I Extra values in every grade of HatsII formen and boysand always e or four times the largest stock in t Richmond to select from J 1J lM j i 9 Prices and QualitY Cordially Invite Your HAT TRADEt i l COVINGTON 4 BANKS I HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS XI iIeIIIX r V IjI ELDERS BARGAINS IN itiI k ni esaseeeoe eQeoooeeceetsIssooecssso R0000000000 S S S SSSO SS S SeSSS SS SS SSS j SHOESSo IeSS 0 aAND Ir t 5 ti SLIPPERS J4- t v t GD iJ J oojI Qo tcS S S S S S S J OGOessseoceosaoecsosoos y m 11 Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 65 75 and 85e 111aLadies Patent Leather Vamp Vici Manish Oxfords gjjw newest shapes Sunrise 2fro7 worth 2 our price e4 Rothchilds Men Shoes Chromo Kid 4 styles branded III 250 our price 175 ItInfants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c I CLOTHING I 1t r J We are Showing a large line of SUITS at 800 and 1000 that cannot beequaled J Boys Knee Suits 9Sc to 600 Boys Knee Pants 10 to 9Scti1hJtf IlVIattingslOto 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c I II g You are invited to inspect our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT m gj RcspectfullySubrnittedB ELDERI riw l rYTY Y I I J l a Jo LOW RATES ON TIlE LN One fare to Louisville and return May 18th morning trains 10th good returning May 2l8t May 2428 29 and morning trains 30 good returning May 31rt Account Elks Charity Carnival Before a girl throws herself at a young man she ought to bo sure he is a good catch 01 All Hot Weather Enemies of humanity cholera is the worst Treatment to be effective must be prompt When vomiting purging and sweat an nonnco that the disease is present combat it with Terry hJttjlaiI AH bowel troubles like Uiaiihoua cholera morbus and dysentery are overcome by Painkiller A man is sometimes sorry that his wife is sick because it affects his com fort Sixty Years ot Popularity- is the record of Painkiller Perry Davis but the shops aro full of imitations made to sell upon tho great reputation of tho genuine be cautions therefore when you ask for a bottle to see that you get the genuine An unfailing remedy for coughs coldn bronchitis The man who is looking for trouble never Las any trouble in finding it Women Who Wear Well It is astonishing how great a change a few years of married life will make in the appearance and disposition of many women The freshness the charm the brilliance vanish like the bloom from a peach which is rudely handled ilie matron is only a dim shadow a faint echo of the charming maiden There are two reasons for this change ignorance and neglect Few young women appreciate the shock to the system through tho change which comes with marriage Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant drains which are often consequent on marriage and motherhood not under standing that this secret drain is rob bing the chqik of its freshness and the form of its fairness Ad surely as thrt general health suffers when1 there is derangement of the health of the deli care womanly or wbeit these organ s are established in health i the face and form at once witness to the fact in renewed comeliness Half ft piillion women and more have found health and happiness in the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It makes weak women strong and sick women well j Common sense is a good thing Jjnt it hM Beyocbroken many rowrdsjrf r t i l cji 50 k4 tIP JjBaby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 0TJ 1tJ v YGI TTL AJto JL1Io J ri9 JS WATSON J- J8 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky T J JWash Goods Specials IttJExtraQrlinary showing of handsome Wash Fabrics for Summer Ifes The newest ideas in styles are particularly well expressed in these special bargains now on sale Lawns extra fine sheer quality at 10 cents Embroidered Swiss just the thing for rich Summer Dresses at 35 cents French Dimities exception j ally pretty style and colorings This material is very much in t ngue and is the proper thing for hot weather Thousands of yards of White Goods Persian Lawns Real French Mulls and Batiste Laces b and Embroideries that will electrify every lover of Fine Dress acces series X Printed Satin Liberties tf ifJ Of all thebennties inSult Fabrics nono gainnd such faor for Airy Summer Gowns as have those handsome figured Liberties It with their glowing delicate colors and dainty designs an elegantAs sortment at only 75 cents worth everywhere 125 i 1Dress Goods I Jtt Iin many lines of New TIres Materials Fine quality Etamine new colors at 75 cents Mistrals Veiling and Twine Suitings ftJmake this department so popular Stylish Seasonable Black Goods jat the lowest prices possible for worthy goods 50c for a 41inch Granite lCloth worth Sl00 tp Ladies Suits and Skirts Our nntlro Line has been Reduced to Manufacturers Cost This laonapf the greatest chances to buy a FirstClass Tailormade Suit ever offered in this market Lt Draperies and Lace Curtains J J Sisstc J L WATSON ID20NUPPER LEXINGTON KY V If you see it here its all right reomm e met 5 Wehavo them Tho finest stuck in tne Brooches from 75c to select fromcity Stick Pins from 75c See our handsome BELT BUCKLES from S5o f tICPRBOGAETIRtfJGJEWELER AND ityPORTEfZ 57 EM NST LEXINGTON KY tJ2i rsii v ct1 r 1iri7 i gIf aIwt I T I r 1r AF4JAsi 44L01I runs two trainsyrO M mplf to Texas I wilhoit change J direcormakC close nnec o ndlDdianTcfliWrYN of Texas I I i rz0LYAMIONO bornetrained and where ptmtle prosper write foncopy of ourvhanclsome booklets the South west and TnroughTrtiaswItb a Camera Sent freelmTlany body who Is anxious condition I i Free Reclining Chair Cars uao08 10 If ALL IMPORTANT i POINTSI OKLAHOMAl 4 Hetnphli ta little Rock 4t 6 MimphU to Het Sprlun 6 IPollman BgCtt Slrepldf Cir ltd Fret TrolnaIj JImphli Ticket IXBcr Main St TRAcK IIRIFFrrtl AlH11phl Tenn r BLACKMAS P c1taegs Trim SLrARROTTPA AtIst axo LEI G P t1t1 iklc Ark GAiYt1TOp 7 FRTOTTTPJL LWUBUUHEGP4TJL STIOU1SM u Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirer eoto aside 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel kctBal and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competenceS100 for a years subscription to the sub ICriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SQC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Brx 716 Cincinnati O Louisville Henderson ondSta Louis Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOWw RATESu TO THE WESTTickets on Sale First and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points oo X X For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN TTOV Pass Agent Genl Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY I vM h y71 7F F7Jr 71 Special Sale on f f f KID GLOVES J50 PAIR KID GLOVES Regular if 125 Quality All colors and sizes and L you take choicefor 75 c This Week Onlv 2 sxalsocafi specialattention to our Net Skirts II illJi t 1 Ti J J I J Pilcheri Co 1 tf 7 W Main LEXINGTON KY Us tt + f f J +CALL AT4TH JONES IBERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoja Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOIL Consumption Coughs and Cows Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Cold HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough PrieD 50c 1 Trial Bottle Free 1 Soft I Harness You can make your airs M eon M a and u tough as halIuMngV1UIKA I nen Oil You lengthen Its life Ian twice as long ordlD rtlr would EUREKAHarness ens makMapoorlooklnghu like new Mod of pun bvy bodied oU tweUllr prepared to with Stand th weather mrywherSn Mali tj STANOMQ OIL CO SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of J70 in the 230 list lot dam Rostmont dam of 3 in tho 230 list by Piedmont 217J 2nd dam Beautiful fells dam of 10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Hinnehata dam of 8 in the 230 list by DoM Chief 4th dam Nellie CUy by C M Clay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner Mr CW Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hun dred and seventy in the 230 lit sur passing nil otlJtJr stallions and INFACTS first three dams have twentyone in the 230 list eomethinff that cannot be said of any other horse INFACT has style action size and breeding what else could tho breeders lrecdlngIsa saddle horse man nUll want something fine with lots of action INFACT possesses both Nearly all of the Inch class high acting horses that sell for big prices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutely necessary in order for them to have action and speed Will make the season of 1902 at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale lap2m For Spring 19O2t White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ- dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WniteANDGI son RICHMOND KY J Use Sugar Dice Several boys were playing with sugar dice this morning when a traveling man walked up Do you know he said that all the negroes in the South use sugar dice Well they do and very few are caught with them for as soon as an officer makes his ap pearance on the scene they place the dice in their mouths and eat them I see very few used as far North as this but I feel sure that if the ne groes get onto it they will adopt the scheme The dice aria made of ordi nary lump sugar suph as one uses in his coffee and the marks lire put on with a lead oencil They last several games before they become too dirty and worn to serve any lorger and then new ones are made Paducah Sun Two of the girl victims of that Philadelphia cigar fac tory panic are put down as twelve years old and if the truth were known it would no doubt show that many of the toilers were even younger still and that the Pennsyl vania law against child labor is violated with impunity A man would be considered a fool as well as a brute to work a yearling horse yet the workers of tender undevel oped children are called phi lanthropists for giving the little ones employment Are not human beings held cheap er than horses and while we are shedding tubs of tears for suffering yellow bellies on the other side of the world cant we spare a few briny drops for the industrial trag edy being enacted under our eyes at home Louisville Times It is said that nearly all of the impure soap is bought by women with whom the deli cacy of the perfume and the attractiveness of the box and wrapped go a long way High ly scented soap is far more likely to be impure than the un scented variety for reasons which may be easily compre hended The presence of too much lye in soap can be dis covered by merely touching it with the tip of the tongue If a biting sensation results the soap will be injurious to the skin if used It is always a saving to buy soap in large quantities both for the toilet and laundry use If in bars the soap should be cut while fresh with a string Ex A crank came running into the office the other day and said a man had swallowed a twofoot rule and died hy inches The editor started out at once to learn the particulars of the death and meeting Dr N told him about the case He said thats nothing I had a pa tient who swallowed a thermometer and died by degrees A couple of bystanders then chipped in and one said it reminded him of a fellow who swallowed pistol and went off easy The editor said he had a friend who took a quart of whisky and died in good spiritsEx A mans conscience often depends up on the condition of his liver We are all too apt to lore our neighbor for what we can get out of them The man with a poor memory can never hope to make a successful liar When a girl falls in love it is general ly with a man after her own heart Or Pierces GOLDEN MEDICALDISCOVERY Restores LOST FLESH AND STRENGTH was a total wreckcould not sleep or eat S dCodoctors but received very little benefit I lortflesh soil strength was not able to do a good PierceGoldentaken one bottle t could sleep and my ppetlte fivebottlesThe sole motive for substitution is to norprofitloseTbcreforeiGolden McatDlcevayn rr fi ir J i lfThis signature is oa every bor of too genuine Laxative BromoQuinitie Tablet tho remedy that cure is colIJa one day Every mall who Is long oi vanity is short on common sense Stops tho Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quniro Tablets cure a cold in one day No cnre no pay Iriie 25 cents When in doubt turn to the right thn KO ahead TO OVER A COLD IN CINE DAT Take laxative Jirorao Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit slAllatureis Tetter SaltIlheam and Eczema Tho intenso itching and nnJtinp inci ientto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain kiyo and Skin Ointment Muny very bad ascs ilave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and nipplesthappeland chronic soro oyes 25 ct per box Dr Crfilvg Condition Fnirdern are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 ents per package Women like peaches are sweetest just before they dtcay One Box Cures Eczema 11 had a very severe casb of eczema and tried several remedies given me by diflerent druggists but they did not give me satisfaction Mr rec ommended your JletnlckV Eczema Cure and it gave me instant relief anti one box cured me of the desense nOscar tcliillinji Warsaw Illinois For sale byRL Middlptnn 5innely Dont Start Wrong Dont start the summer with a lin gering cough or cold We nil know what a summer cold is Its till lanlest kind to cure Often ifhaucR on through the entire season Take It in hand right now A few doses of- OnA 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 Min ute Cough Cure is the best cough medicine I ever used says J II Boles Grovetown N II I never found anything else that acted so sately aud quickly 1rn To get old gracefully is at reasonable as to stop breathing cheerfully Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car bunclesCosts Noth ing to Try- I B B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as certain and sure euro for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples ach lug hones or joints boils carbuncles prickling pain in the skin old eatinc sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balrr taken internally cures the worst and most deep seated eases by enriching purifying and vitalizing time blood thereby giving a healthy blood supply 10 tIme skin Botanic Blood Balm is the only eliTe to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heiils every sore and gives time rich glow ol health to the skin Builds tip the broken down bodv and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doc sprinj11fKi1toB B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Gi Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed let ter 1m An old maid never really become fond of cats until she hiss given up all hopef ever getting E man A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GKEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halts Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal omissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men andwomen regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will euro any case above- mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box C29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonals Sold 1 gists and Owen McKee MerchantT Richmond Ky READ tins Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used ono bottle of the Texas Vonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I uslnlitfeel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec DEE A Good Fish Story The following story was told by a native to Mr J R Williamson while on a recent visit to Tennessee says the Lexington Observer While fishing inNewRiv a2pound Bass swallowed his minnow and after a good fight he was on the point of landing his game when an 8pound Jack swallowed the bass and was landed after a hard struggle The Jack was cut open and the bass taken out intact Mr Williamson says ho didnt seethe fish himself but his informant is a reliable party A county official asks us to say to the people that it is nothing but right that they should keep their eye peeled andreport any case where they believe contractors are not fulfilling contracts on the county roads He says it is an easy matter to slip a card up the sleeve and as officers cannot be present and see all the work done any taxpayer who thinks the work is not according to Hoyle should report to the court or mem ber thereof so tnematjjer can be investigatedCentral Ret old Some people never marry because they have conscientious scruples againstdivorce The man who wants the earth is lia ble to kick if he rets a little dust In his eyes on a wiudy day i People outfit to all their opinions to keep them from getting must nDer ALL WOMEN Wine of Cardui is the guardian of a womans health and bappi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely Into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and miscarriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tho change of life WINEOfCARDUI cures leucorrhcca falling of the womb and menstrual irregularitya in every form It is every trying period of a womans life It reinforces the ncrrotM system acts directly on the genital organs and Is tho finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 8100 bottle of Wine of Cardul Ih1000Ifords lUaekDnnffht and I feel like a different woman already Several la dies here keep the medicines in their homes all the I hue three girls and they are using Jtwlth me 3fr KATE BROWDEB savie U lIterature odde ghing ymnpiom Ldtes AtIlIOry leDer- ynsot CbttanOOga Sledletue hattaAOO o Trim LJL rf drCas BUSINESS JPROPOSITION t JthatsJ l buysa barrel of Oil for 5 and sells it for thats Business A man digs a well 90 feet deep for 20thats La bor Edison takes a cylinder and t makes it talkthats Ingenuity Marconi takes an Instrument with out wires and makes it talk 1500 milesthats Brains The Dmcpit takes Harifoara the Shampoo Tonic and Dandruff Cure sells it to the public it will stop the hair from fall out and remove dandruffthats a Godsend Pce25cPerBottIet VVINI3Sc J For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley Ky J138 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 15 J W Powell Dixon Ky 22300 N O Brandon Co Dexter Ky 33620 J It Young Son Glasgow Ky 4t Wm Kuepilen MIltQn Ky 28 IN Phipps Mt Ky 65 28 Ferdinand Scbuble Louisville M 09 Roht W Owens Louisvil e 1100 ItJ Durrctt Preston tit road Jefferson county Ky SCO A Austiu Itockport Ky Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7my6t lem Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW i +Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N C May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 18 Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 +Finest train service in tho world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets rend via Queen Crescent Route and thereby get good service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one recently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun ltiJhestCASH ofFEEDproducethisbusiness GOTT BROS Depot2J RICHMOND KY West LOWEST RATES EVER EFFECTTo All Important Points In CaliforniaWashington Utah Oregon Wyoming Montanaa- nd all other Western States vi- aCH DOne way tickets sold daily until April 30 via All REGULAR ROUTES Round trip tickets tospecial points sold on March 18 April 1 and 15 Apply to railway agents or addresij D EDWARDS p T M Cincinnati Ohio L L touinill 4 AtluUclt nrQ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE KICHMONP or Lmbyvllleand Cincinnati For Irvine 1151 am for Millers Creek 300 pm TRAINS ARRIVE IUCHMOND Prom Loalsvllle Lexington and llSUm Cincinnati i S2Cpm From Irvine 220 pm From Millers Creek 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