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TWi T 1 rr J 1I IF 1 zIi ITHE RICIIMCND CLIMAX IOLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1902 NUMBER 2 Iii and the water Then there is your Old Freezer IWorn out Get an O K Freezer and you A regret the money spent the best Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves and Ranges of our o up our of to of c to a of at of in in IK of our I V gauze vests 5 to tre- u1erwnr 40 to 50c suit I ainl sun 20 iv1 and 5 to 25c iis work and to r s to Me wash 5 12 24 28c V w 10 tu24 T1 a C 8 lOc each The Wonderful North Star J The Best Made JDont be handicapped by ice bills when a North solve the ice question and save money for you Water Coolers I Springismake sparkling more inviting will never Adont Refrigerator We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and one BROWN CULTIVATORS Theyare Rl SBACKBLFORD CO Main Street w RICHMOND KY The RacketStoreW- e have received and opened stock goods ifi TInW extend the citizens Madison and adjoining intis visit the RACKET STOREwhere be found nlinc goods prices heretofore unheard CenI tri1 Kcntuckj and especially Madison county Below w found a few many bargains u Misses bonnets Misses Hosiery cliirtH jumpers We- V Ielibrushes similes pfrydJnacumers staT will will get will Matches and tacks Ic per box Haby hats anti caps 20 to 25c Lamps 15 to 33c complete Lamp burners 4 to 5c Knives and forks per set 49c to SI 2 8 and 4 quart buckets 6 8 mid lOc Towels 5 to lOc Fly paper 3 double sheets cI2 spools thread 5c Ratchet brace GOc Hatchets 10 to o5c Fish hooks Oc per 100 WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water SetsAA full and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware I sung Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which sr jt forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket S1 p a call examine our stock of goods and get prices we 10 sure to add you to our list of customers We shall at all tii8 endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you ss us a fall and examine our goods before purchasing f s where SUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery MVIX STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendid assortment ot + 44+4++++ + FURNITURE 1e+ + + + + + 4+++ +++ + ++ + +which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cmtlintf with Holiday selections To properlytcelebrate tho season probably desire somo new plere We Imve new Chairs Tables Buffet Cllna CaliiHPHdeUonrds pveryihiiigBuitiiblt fur the Dining Hoolii lion Jct1Ju1I stock las jtiBt reached as Library and Cenirr Tblpi variety and beautiful vorlninnship Tidies Desks bi si bargains ever tlffurpdtRockers any ftyle you Inns ViI CtucliaV ery InteBt lUsipia Sen tlm line of Leather Goods Picture smlngCrpels Matting and UuKf 4++ +H+ ++ ++++ + I 4 JO S JOPLIN 1 220222 W Main Street r+ + + + 4 + ++ ++ + o W Evans Jr undertaking a Speciaity Embalmer and Director L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Sfanme Cement Poster Hair Etc fiC 5orner1 RUNNING OF A NEWSPAPER NothingAbout Snap Making a newspaper is a soft snap You often hear people say that It reminds us of the old deacon who said Preaching a sermon is just as easy as falling off a log One Saturday the parson took sick and the deacon was asked to preach on Sunday Cer tainly he would with pleasure When Sunday came he went into the pulpit andwent through the opening exercises without a hitch Then he opened his Bible and readas his text Why do the heath en rage and the people imagine a vain thing Then he looked over the audiencne and read his text again Then he waited for divine afflatus to give down but it didnt give down worth a cent and he could not think of a word to say He took off his glasses and polished them vigor ously with his bandana but the spirit would not move him Then he read his text over once more and looking up said Ill be cremated if I know why let us pray Most any one can edita news paper in thatway The right thing for every moral Chris tian man to do is to help make the newspaper Take it pay for it put your ad into its columns and pay for that one time Dont issue a verbal note I promise to pay then keep the business manager trotting around with his pocket full of ageworn bills If you have an items dont stow it away back of your ears until it is stale TelHt to your newspaper friends Journalism is as methodical and plain and practical as any other high calling It is in this day a tremendous power in building up a strong moral and Christian sentiment in every community As much we want it We need it The newspaper is a mighty con structive influence and agency We cant do without it not any ofus churches schools trade men women and preachers Support it the best you know how Happy Time in Old Town We felt very happy writes R N evill Old Town Va hen Bucklens- rnlcaSalve wholly cured our daugh ter of a bad case of scald head It delights all who use it for Cuts Corns eruptionsInfallible Thomass drug store 1m An Oklahoma editor an nouces the following cashin advance schedule For telling that a man is a success ul citizen when everybody nows he is lazier than a gov- minent mule 275 referring to the deceased as one sincerely mourned by the entire community when he will be missed only at the poker circle S108 referring to a lady as one whom it isa pleas ure o meet when every busi ss man hides if he sees her- oming 319callinga preach r an eminent divine half rates 60 cents sending a- ough to Heaven with poetry in fivedollarslloop- er Neb Sentinel Beautiful ThoughtsThe sweet pure breath the babe suggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is inseparable from 1110e the beautiful and behooves every woman to bring the sweetest and best influence to bear on maternityTo easy that period Tvhen lire is born again Mothers Friendis used It is a liniment easily administered and for external use only Pregnant wpmen should trythisremedy it being undeniably a friend to herduring- iiaturestcrni of suspense andanticipation Mothers Friend used throughout gestation will soften the breasts thereby preventing cracked and sore muscles with the burden will relax become and clastic from its continued application All in region will readily to the etpanl ing coyer contaibgthe embryo if Mothers is appIed externally during pregnancy Of druggists 100 per bottle Write for ftee took on IWSftrheWi 1MI1li IKIULA MLMAI4 S S PRENTISS Incidents in the Life of the Noted Lawyer- Uarroclsburg Democrat We are indebted to our es teemed old friendand fellow citizen Col B Frank Moore for the incidents we herewith give in the life of that eminent forensic oralor S S Prentiss of Vicksburg Miss whose name and fame in the halcyon days of our beloved country were not confined to- tsi metes and bounds His name and deeds may be re membered by some of our oldest citizens by reason of his having made an eloquent plea in our old court house in March 1839 in defense of Dr Edward C Wilkinson of Mississippi who was on trial here on a change of venue from Louisville on the charge of killing John Rothwell a tailor in the old Gait House Dr Wilkinson had come from his Mississippi home to marry a charming young lady of Bardstown and the difficulty and killing was the result of a misfit wedding suit Pren tiss speech cleared his cli entIn order to give an insight into the peculiar phase of the incidents above referred to we must tell you that Vicks burg occupies a very hilly lo cation so hilly in fact that when Captain McMeekin the noted and farfamed hotel keeper of Vicksburg once the proprietor of the Pren tiss House under the bluff was being taken to task by some uptown friends for not coming up to see them re plied You know tis said that Rome had seven bills but I know that Vicksburg has seven i times seven hills and each one higher than any of Romes and my limbs are getting too shaky to climb them Upon the topmost peak of one of these hills Prentiss erected a magnificent residence which has since borne the sobriquet of Prentiss Folly but ground space be ing circumscribed and limited he utilized what he had in the planting and care of a mint bed To this bed he gave assidious attention making frequent calls on it in his home life and whenever he went to New Orleans to at tend the United States Court he never failed to fill his hat with this aromatic herb take it to the steamboatand deposit it with the barkeeper for use on the trip In the early 50s a conven tion of the Riparians proprie tors of Arkansas Mississippi and Louisiana was held in Vicksburg to consult togeth er to devise some plan for the protection of those States against the disastrous overflow of the river which had for a succession of years dealt destruction to crops and propertyThis convention was held in the large cotton warehouse near the steamboat landing and on the third day of the session Prentiss came staggering into the hall with his hat under his arm filled as usual with mint making his way to the steamer for New Orleans The moment he was discovered the cry went up Prentiss Prentiss Prentiss speech speechi speech Some of members seized him and rushed him to the stand He took his hat from under his arm placed it beside him and took a survey of the crowd before him There was of course n death like silence all hoping and expecting something from him that would enlighten and aid them in their labors Virulent Cancer Cured Startling proof of a wonderful ad druJmigGAn old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced In curable cancer They believed lila case hopeless till he used Electric Bitter anti applied Bncklens Arnica Salve treatment completely cured him WhIm Electric are used to oxr pel bilious kidney and microbe poison at tho name time this salvo exerts It matchless eealing power blood dIseas- es skin eruptions ulcers and sores van 51ThoplassIts the unexpected that never bar pens if you are expecting itIIIt doesnt take a muscular younjji woman to throw a fellow oy Ambitious to rise ja tk world Hi porch clIinwHVf 4 to J r DOCTORSs- ay Consumption can be cured ltneedshelp Scotts Emulsion Is the best help But you must hotweatherIf you sampleSCOTT409415 Pearl Street New YorlSoc and Jioo all druggist The World Bows to Him J Pierpoint Morgan of New York City does not own but he controls over ten bil lion dollars All the mon archs of Europe aremere pig mies to him Mr Morgan and six other Americans his partners who constitute the Morgan Syndicate are more powerful than any Congress or Parliament in the vorld Morgans ambition is to cap ture the carrying trade of the world He already owns and controls twothirds of the rail reads of the United States and more than that portion of the great ship companies on the ocean Fourteen steam ship lines and 44 railroad sys tems are theirs On land a mileage of 108500 and on sea a tonnage of 1200000 All efforts at competition is as mere chaff No King on earth is so powerful More than one million men receive em ployment through his com panies and this means that five million are fed and clothed through him There are 1320000000 people on the earth and he could give each human being 400 and have something left Ready to YieldrII used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for piles and found it acenain cure says S R Meredith Willow Grove Del Opeiations unnecessary to cure piles They yield to TitniWitch Hazel Salve skin di seases all kinds of wounds Accept no counterfeits 1ni Telephone Mistakes Telephone mistakes have their serious side A George town man who wished to com municatewith another the oth er day looked in the directory and called up No Pres ently there came through the receivet a softfeminine Hel lo and he said Who is that This is Mrs Have you any idea where your husband is He could not understand why she rang off so sharply until he looked into the book again and dis covered that he had called up the residence of a widow Leads Them All One Minute Cough Cure boatfe all other medicines I eyer tried for coughs colds croup and throat and lung trou Logantonthe only absolutely safe cough remedy which acts Immediately Mothers everywhere testify to the good it has done their little ones Croup is so sudden in its attacks that the doctor often arrives too late It yields at once to One Minute Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children like it Sure cure for grip bronchitis coughs 1in The Cynthiana Democrat says The he shirtwaists s a companion this spring in the she neckcloth that winds around the jugular and falls in long broad flaps over the manly bosom A he shirtwaist and a she neck cloth on a dandy in jeans trousers and muddy shoes is combination just too cute for anything You can meet it in Cynthiana Cures Blood and Skin Diseas es Itching Humors Eczema Scrofula Etc Send no moneYfimply write and try Blood Balm at our expense A personal trial of blood balm testimonlals50a free sample If you suffer from ulcers eczema scrotum Blood poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone paiiiR swellings rheumatism catarrh or any blood or sUn disease we alvise you totake Botanic Blood Balm recommenttet1tormallgnnnt blood or skin diseases be cause Botanic Blood Balm BBB kills the poison m the blood ures where all else fails heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow oa health B It B the most perfect blood purifier yrarsCostsTo prove it cures sampla of Blood Balm snnt free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in fiealed letter ifiy This i ann honest offer medicine sent atonce prepaid 1m Good Advice The thieves and grafters following the Sells Downs circus robbed the people right and left at Richmond getting 90 from one victim Now remember when Buckskin Bill and his Wild West come to Cynthiana on June 5 dont make change for aNybody dont go up against any of the games have the exact price of the ticket to hand to the ticket seller dont take any extra money to the show bnt if you are fool enough to take it along dout display it In short dont do anything that will give rascals a cbitme to rob you CrnthiH DemecrftU 3 Agricultural Fairs to Be Held In Kentucky J902 Richmond July 1419 D R Tevis Secretary- GeorgetownJuly 2226 B O Gaines Secretary DanvilleAug 58 H C Bright Secretary- LexingtonAug 1116 incl Frank P Kenney Secretary LawrenceburgAug 1922 G G Speer Secretary- ShepardsvilleAug 1922 S W Bates Secretary MaysvilleAug 2023 H L Hamilton Secretary- ShelbyvilleAug 2629 J M Logan Secretary London Aug 2729 E A Chilton Secretary FlorenceAug 2730 Alon Perry Secretary GermantownAug 2730 John R Walton Secretary BardstownSept 26T L Druien Secretary ElizabethtownSept 912 SecretaryI J B Kirby Secretary Glasgow Sept 1013 J Briggs Kirby Secretary EwingSept 1113 S II Price Secretary LouisvilleSept 2227 M W Neal Secretary HartfordOct 14 S K Cox Secretary tf Saved From An Awful Fate Everybody said I hal consumption writes Mrs A M Shields of Chambers burg Pa I was low after six IiyHaythought I could get wellut I learned KingsNewit and was completely cured For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest cure in tho world and is infallible for Coughs colds and bron chial affections Guaranteed bottlos Oc and 100 Trial bottles free at Par yThumassdrugstore 1m Youve Heard This Before A Kansas paper in men tioning the marriage of two popular young pecple con cluded with this The young people took the morning train for St Louis where they will spend more money in a few days than Willie can earn in three months The groom gets a salary of S27 a month which is about the allowance Anna has been used to for pin money We wish for Willies sake that the old say ing that it takes no more to support two than one wasnt a lie ITS up to our Republican funds in Congress to settle some questions that must be adjusted in the near future such as the Philippine status Cuban reciprocity the Canal that our afore etcII would like a few of these things for the present at any rate but find they are not transferable Once a boy began chasing a billy goat around a stump but the goat being the fleeter of foot was soon chasing the boy The reader can make the applica tion Much of the anti trust legislation seems to be untrustworthy j Common sense is a good thing but it has never broken many records CHANGE OF lIFE Somo Sensible Advice to Women by Mrs E Sailer DEAR MBS PCIKHAM When I passed through what is known as change of life X had two suf fering sudden heat and as quick chills would pass over me my appetite was variable and I never tell for MRS E BAILEE President German Relief Association Los Angeles Cal a day at a time how I would feel the next day Five bottles of Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound changed nil thatr mydays became daya of health and I TO every day since now six We have used considerable of your Vegetable Compound in our charitable work as we find that to restore a poor mother to health so she cansupport her self and those dependent upon her if such there be is truer charity than to give other aid You have my hearty endorsement for you have proven yourself a true friend to sufferinirwo rnenMrs R SAILER 750K Hill St Los Angeles CaL M09 forfilt Ifatoet tIHmenlal li not nu1rt No ether persoa can give such helpful advice to women who are stele a can Mrs Pikklww fee BO etk r hati had suek grewt ttpertc ec horaAdreee is Lywi Mas awl hE c a4lvlee freeifL Yeti are atek write h r ftfre rn i Do You Know That Boggles and Carri ages are from J5 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have selection on onr floor goodI save money by are ijaII OUR ADVANCE SALE tOF- SPRINII AND SUMMER FABRICS has been enormous that we cleaned up nearly all of our purchase and buythespring business New Silk Louse Ventor Novelties Poleina Stripes De Saire Columbia Mauselain Novelties Silk Zephyrs I Dotted and Plain mercerized in all colors and White Porker Mills Lace Stripes All qualities in themosts tOur Wash Silks Taffeta Silks Silk yneSilksare the talk of the town Ask to see them to J M in T OP to iu L O + 44 44 cost season of up so find all the in Dress l new Habit Tailormade now Cloths new it and the new weaves favor this to found our Dress f I partmentiAsk to our Dress Goods whether you want to buy or not Get posted In all the new it is a pleasure for Percalesrt f theyart i SHOES SHOES SHOESHeres where we set competition a that they cant in Rpace keep sight of Our Shoe Department le one of the most jallour NEW SPECIALS Shoes Dont lag and buy old stuff follow the crowd andget the good things to i W OilenLoa8efnrnishilB department All 1 to go way back and down Get our prices and see our new styles in this department our competitors If You Need an Uptodate Spring SuitIIf your needs a Tuit if you need a part of a suit Pants Coat or Vest oranything else inOur Clothing all fresh and old Clothing we got it foryou new no shopworn stuff to palm off on you for new Our prices in thisment have been cut to the quick and handsome new upto date depart low prices Dont fail to got posted in prices garments are being given out at tremendously We arc sliowins evorytititig new in wares Notions al nil kinds ittnew Hosiery new VestsShirta Handkerchiefs Embroideries Gloves new t Inew new Ribbons and all thealways lower than i of the season and our prices are it Our new style Hats in and Straw are having quite a run Call and see them If you want anything Great or Small but always of tho best quality material you can find it for the least BUSY BEE CASH STORE you for past patronage we are respectfully W D OLDHAM GL CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATtORNEYS IW MILLER ATTOKNETATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office x the Building next door armers National Bank feb3ly SULLV ANJA ATrORNEYArLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Trust Co op posite Court House on Street on 0 D OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery 4 W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaio RICHMOND KENTUCKY fiSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHTSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office thC oe Ccolins building and ao Sec end Street orei AMme old druzuore 27 ETC JASPER M D Medicine antI Snre ry Office Prather liuildinu llaill relephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUILGEBT aette J ttonsot uzariar LOUISVIUB KY ajOfHce next door to Government Building alchmSnd Ky Office hours to 121 4 novl7ly j Harry M Blanton r DENTIST aaOfflce nenn Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 JDPVLANDMAN Hotel Glyndon VeJnesdayJune 11 1902I E 0 Yaice WO tMrsE LVace t Osteopathic Physicians State Bank iTrust Bldg furnished on R ilIJWI CONSLHTATiei Ef V Qra4aaiea SOEthem School of ktOfhi E T 4 4 =+ ++ 0 S S s S qualItymore another prices materials going John Prop early Gaze Literature 4You can best Goods all theLSkirtings Cloths Suits Vailetines Oscawans Suitings Vailinps Cloths Florentines all in season are be in see styles in see il sit have son have see them small of elsewhere jt price at Thanking Burnam Bank Main ATTORNEYS street KENTUCKY Ky t 1 i URMAN J IJ n has made Richmond the best on Hides Skin old Iron Bones old Copper old Brass Rubber Shoes and Boots Zinc and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other can pay good prices Thurman can pay better always the high est Any one will buy your stock on an advancing market we will buy them all the time CALL AND GET OUR PRICES bW6 4 Thurman Grocery Co ljantf DEAL AT eesaesaacc things Mnstral Sicilian behind nobby Collars Felt very market people prices Hurst Bros I IDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in j t Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc readymadeallOur Shoe LINE is complete and larger than ever before We also handle Hats Caps Over alls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of youourGENERAL MERCHANDISEof all kinds We can save you money we still stampswhen I PHONE 17 Donelson Remember HURST BROS Ii== tFORjPhotographs Of the lIigbest Order 1 Visit the IDglll All G IIry PrizelaprZi Sow I 5 LA 4 w w W W W F I SPENGLER or oa sr ngtorrtKy IIISubscribe for e + IThe Richmond Climall I+ j arr I L Yel igr j it+ YJ r IIII I i ii c i IJ a ri f j RfcDI0NF 1 lie Richmond Climax h C OIIEiAULTm President AJJ MILLER Manager UOBTS OROWEJiditor WEDNESDAY JUNK 4 1902 PUHLTSHKDJCVCKy WKUXICIUAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS ltI We ana RtberlzCd to announce nON G Q lillIlKKT as a coiuHtlate for reelection to fonitrcM reM title the Eighth ConneMlenal DiHirki Mibfvct to the action of the Demon tk party We are requested to announce ROY O WHITE as a candidate lor Circuit Court Clerk Miljuct to the acttou of the Democratic party- e e are authorized to announce DAN ft 11UKCK as a ittdite for Clerk of the Madl n Circuit Court suofcct to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announcu myself as a candidate fr- t he nomination far Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court object to the action of the Demo ratic party Hoping that my many friends in ne wilt favorably consider any claims that fast haTe to the nomination and if nom mated I promise to use all honorable means to ccarr my election and if elected to endeavor t I have in the past to falthfally discharge my duties aa Clerk Thanking the people for iiaat and fuMre favors I am R nUyS We are anthorbed to announce GEORGE D WHITE as a candidate for Clerk of the Mad- isn Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE Board of trustees of the Walters Collegiate Insti tute met lust Wednesday and elected a Head master for the ensuing year a notice of which appears in our news columns today Our valued friend the Register of Fri day in commenting remark ed that the action bare the earmarks of extraneous in fluencesWhile we would not hesitate for one moment to condemn movement that may appear t find its origin among the promoters of the institution that was perforce taken from us yet above all else we are pledged to stand by the home school which is our intention to do as we are sure iJis that of our colleague But we say while not questioning the integrity of the Board or the ability of the man chosen for this important place that the selection was unfortunate under the stress of present circumstances yet we are convinced thatno intentional injury was done us Nor need this choice be detrimen tal to the interests of the institution We believe that the interest manifested in this election and the discussions attendant thereto have proven the statement made in this column last week to the effect that it is the ear nest desiro of the Madison county people to build up a school for Mnditon county boys WE rejoice with the rest of the world that the South Af L dFiBraweriCo LEXINGTON KY Visitors to Lexington You Know BrowersThis fifteenth year atthe same corner Better than ever val ues greater than ever h You are as wel come as ever Your pleasaut experi ence in our city wont be complete without a visit to this store Your profiiable experience Will multiply if you come to see us Our well known facilities enable us to offer you great attractions in JWalLPaper Carpets Fur nitureRugs Curtains Dra peries Wood Mantels II f At all events dontleave Lexington without vis itingus 4tt ti c I lr 1A1 C1F1BroerCo11 IUN AND BROADWAI fIoIJ H Fie G iI FAIAndJULY Carnival 1419 Association 1 rican trouble is now about to be dissipated John Bull fought at a great disadvan tagethe disadvantage that every nation finds when en gaged in a war for conquest For ouce in our life we cant say Tlmt beats the Dutch Quins Exercises of Madison Institute Beginning with the excellent bacca Innreate Berninu on Snndav hv Mr Mc 1IIAlllllldIlulig wit i the tungnifi cent aildrtbs of Mr Crossiield on Commencement Day the closing exercises of Madison Institute were of a- Very high character and were thor oughly enjoyed by our citizens At the childrens music recital on Monday night the little folks highly enter tained the large audience with their songs and instrumental pieces and showed very careful training on the part of their touchier and the same can be said of the advanced pupils at their recital on Wednesday nightf The school has a very fine music de partment and is developing some excellent musicians The play rendered by the seniors on Tuesday night was as well nigh perfect as an amateur per formance could be the young ladies showing that they had carefully studied anti prepared their respective parts At the close of the play Prof McGar vey threw open the parlor library and reading room ot the Institute and an informal reception was given to the friends of the school and it was greatly enjoyed by the large number who re tuainod to spend a social hour together On Commencement Day the Christian church was filled to overflowing by those who desired to hear Mr Cross fields Address and to see the graduates receive their diplomas The graduat hug class consisted of three young ladies Miss Mildred Bradford ofFal mouth Ky Miss Thninponn Tiylor of Richmond and Miss KM l nglas of this county Miss Taylor having completed the LatinScientific course and the other twocrsduntes the English course The Institute orchestra fur nished the iiiugiu for the occasion which was greatly enjoyed by tin ai i enceProf McGarvey in making his an nouncement for next year made some very appropriate and pointed remarks to the audience coneeroiug iho school He spoke of the obstacles he had had to contend with and of how diFcourig ing the outlook WM at the start ex pressed his thanks to those who had patronized the school and for the many expressions of satisfaction and praise he had received from his jmtroiis One new feature for next year and an advance step for the institution in the fact that all the teachers except those in oharge of the small childun itt e graduates of Ann Arbor Vanderbilt University Columbia University of Sew York City and Others of the worlds greatest institutions No otler female college south of the Ohio river has taken this advance step The IWW music teacher Miss Price couirs from the New England Conservatory lfc ton the new art tenohor Miss Searcy from the famous Drexel Institute Philadelphia Miss Haekervillc the teacher of English a daughter of Irof Baekerville professor of English in Vanderbilt Mies Voorhees the teacher of mathematics and sciences from Columbia University New York City Miee Wallace tho teacher o Latin from Ann Arbor Miss Wheatley of the preparatory department and Miss Taylor pianist from the Cincinnati Conservatory gave thorough satirfac tion last session and will remain an other year The new primary teacher Miss Anderson comes from Virginia and will conduct a kindergarten in connection with the primary depart ment for the benefit of the little ones under six years of age Major John D Harris chairman of the Board of Trustees made a short speech on behalf of the Board in which ho said that notwithstanding Prof McGarvey and his wife came to our community only a few months ago as total strangers they had already won the friendship and esteem of our citizens that in view of the obstacles they had to contend with they had been successful in the school beyond the expectations of all and had given entire satisfaction to the trustees and he predicted for next session an in creased attendance and a more prosper ous school year than that which has just closed Thus ended perhaps the most inter eating and enjoyable closing week in the history of Madison Institute Call at hi L Midkifls Carriage Works and examine his lineal vehicles before making a purchase He will save you money may21 2t Withdraws The Ron R C Warren of Lincoln in a card published in Tuesdays In terior Journal announces to the voters of the Eighth district his withdrawal from the race for Congress The fol lowing reason lie assigns for such ac tion When I entered the race for the Congressional nomination Messrs Gil bert and Carter were candidates with Col Dan Moore mentioned by his friends as a probable eritry in the race A primary election has now been ordered for the 9th of August next a method of settlement the fairest of all in making party nominations but the expense of holding the primary election with only two candidates to bear that expense makes the nest too great for me For this reason and this reason only I retire from this contest 100 Reward 100 The renders of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hans Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to tha medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease require a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Curuis rak internally actinir directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces cf the system thereby de stroyin toe foundation of the disease bybulldlngllpslating nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in Jts curative powers that they offer Vine Hundred for case that it fails to cure Send for list Of testimo nials Address F J CHENEY COiToledo O4 4 Sold b st 75c Jlalla Jjiatmly Pills are We best2Las L ii Spring Humors Como to most people and cause many troubles pimples boils and other eruptions besides loss of appetite that tired feeling fits of biliousness Indigestion and headache The sooner one gets rid of them tha better and the way to get rid of them and to build up tho system that has suffered from them is to take Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Forming in combination tho Spring Medicine par excellence of unequalled strength in purifying the blood as shown by unequalled radical and per manent cures Qf Scrofula Salt Rhoum Scald Head Bolls Pimples- All Kinds of Humor Psoriasis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Etc Acecpt no substitute but bo sure to set Hoods and get it today If your watches clocks or in fact anything in this lino needs repairing take them to L E Lane His work is the best aprSO tf Collier Gen Dan Collier of Lancaster has been employed as a special represen tative of the Department of Internal Revenue to get a list of tho corporations formed In Kentucky in order to make a report to thegovernment show ing whether the certificates of stock of all corporations bear the internal rev enue stamp as provided by the Spanish American war act 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 illu minating jras furnished on andafter Dec 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofijas from 200 to Sl75 JOWBut 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 the present rate penalty without ex caption Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1101 dec 4 tf Read It in His Newspaper George Schaiib a wol1 known Ger man citizen of New Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader of the Dayton Vol kszeitnug He knows that this paper aims to advertise only the best in its columns and when he saw Chamber lains Pain Balm advertised therein for lame back he did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife who for eight weeks had suffered with the most terrible pains in her back and could get no relief lIe says Afterusing the Pain Balm for a few days thoughtborntire contents of the bottle the unbeara ble pains had entirely vanished and she could again take up her household duties Ho is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful recovery This valuable liniment is for sale by Stock telll Hagan 1m Stopping an Automobile The automobile is getting to be very common hereabouts so much so that the drivers of nervous horses look out for them with fear and trembling The old time traction engine is nothing to the shy panting auty They scoot along over the turnpikes like junebugs Will scare a horse to death and get clear out of sight before the irate driver can begin his argument As a usual tilling the goggleeyed demon who does the steering no attention whatever to tho frIghtened one who sticks to the old fashioned young boise One Fox town man has devised a way of having his rights respected on tho public highway He says When I see him a comm I draw my fortyflve and wave it over my headfirst varnin Ho comes on and I fire into the air second warnin He still comes and I level it on his head third warnin The chatTeur who does not stop then will bo proceeded against in earnest The fourth move is not a warning to him as much as it is to all his kind who may follow Court of Claims Continued from Supplement Corner Bud l 50 Cain J II isoCain Thos 1 12 Turpin Wm 1 50 ROAD NO 10iJ IV MOORES OVERSEER Hall John 1 50 Hall Bedie 1 50 Rhodus Dillard 1 T0 King SB 75 Harris Jell 1 50 Turner Joe 1 50 Jones Jess 1 50 Oldham Charley 1 50 Oldham A 1 SO Cornelison Webb i 50 Chambers Ephram 75 Johnson J B 1 50 Moored Will 1 50 Mooras G B 1 50 Moores JW 4 76 MOAt xo100it TEATEU OVERSEER Wylie Jasper 1 50 Wylie GT 150 Murphy Lindsay 1 50 SobastinJJal 1 50 Testers Jones 1 50 Underwood Rose 1 50 Murphy Jrio 1 50 Ktignll John 1 so Murphy Arthur 80 Murphy Luther SQ JohnI 1 50 Witt J H ISO Witt llobt so Coolev Addle Wvlie Ashford 1 so Reynolds Mrs Minnie so OnynoldRWarner Jas 1 20 reater Geo 80 60MnstersTeater Hilbert 1 50 iByhart James 1 50 Warren John 1 50 ROAD NO 117c RIcE OVERSEES Duncan John 1 so Miller Jack 150 Mimuin Mr 1 50 50fepurlinQSnowden Don 1 50 SSowers J SO Wee Hush b 450 RIM Clark 150 11alJ mont Ed 1 ROAD o IlSiIioir B DOXCAtf OVEESEEa- Co iiflrIisorieUi Tl 50 Panicle Clarke V V IMDuncan Hugh v 4 S0 1 ROAD NO 1118 B BARRETT OVERSEER Barrett Joseph 4 50 Walker Fred 1 50 Miller Spence 1 50 Barrett Solm 1 50 Bush Bud 1 50 Folly Ben 1 60 Bennett Harman 1 50 Goodrich Tom 1 50 Witt Richard 1 50 Hurd Bill 1 50 Simpson Howard 1 50 Eester Zack 1 50 Moore Jas 1 50 Campbell Bill 1 50 Iennett Jack 1 50 Barrett S A 1 oO Fortune John 1 60 Movell Charlie 1 50 Barrett S n 1 75 Barrett W P 150 ROAD NO 120s B BARRETT OVERSEER Chenanlt Thos 1 50 Mitchell George 1 50 Roberts Curt 1 60 Baker Ihos I 50 Burns Will 1 60- Abner James 75 Buford George 1 50 DiRgs Bill 1 50 Burns Geo 1 50 Burns Millard 1 50 Burns Hart 1 50 Hendrix Bill 1 50 Crawford Mat 2 50 Walker Sam 1 60 Walker Joe 1 50 Goodrich Ep 1 50 Gillen Caney 1 50 Baxter Bud 1 60 Jolm 150 Cyjus Joe 1 50 Alinchem John 1 50 Todd John 1 50- MaupiuIra 75 McKinney Howard 1 50 Barrett W 4 50 Moores James 75 ROAD NO 120 WARFIELD ADAMS OVERSEER Ritter Frank 1 50 Foley Frank 1 50 Walker Steven 1 50 White Richard 1 50 Smith Ike 150 White Willie 1 50 White Geo D 1 60 Tisdale Wm 1 50 White Jno 75 AdamsOllio 1 M- Adams Clabe 1 50 Lackey S W 75 BoulwareRW 1 60 Harris Wylie 1 50 Tisdale Walker 1 50 Foley P E 75 Walker WC 75 Reeves Wm 1 05 JJ5StevensLackey S W 330 Potts R JJ 10- HerndonJ W 150 White John 75 Adams Warlleld 1 50 ROAD NO 124 MARION KNOX OVERSEER Knox Frank 1 50 Knox Maridn 1 50 Baker John 75 Powell Frank 1 50 Moore H C 1 50 Qninn Richard 60 Alexander OS 150 Lamb John 1 50 Lamb Robert 1 50 Polf G M 1 tO Alexander John 1 50 Lamb Scott I 50 Alexander Si 1 50 Duncan George 1 60 Hurley John 1 50 Poll W T 1 50 Finder leapa 1 50 Hill Willie 160 Knox Marion 3 ROAD NO 127 DOUGLAS YOUNG OVERSEER Webb John 1 50 Lakes Fim 1 50 Gentry W J 1 50 Rose Brutus I 50 Rose Edward 1 50 Linen James 1 5o Gentry John 1 50 10iLakeaW N 150 Lakes Wm 1 50 Young Douglas 4 50 ROAD xo 128 FRED LAKES OVERSEER Webb Win 1 50 Kealon Jas 1 50 Keaton Elijah 1 50 Keaton JohnS 1 50 Keaton Buster 1 50 Keacon Moses 1 50 Hurlcv Alfred 1 50 Lear Wm 1 50 Lear Jno 1 50 Lamb Daniel 1 50 Lakes Fred 1 50 ROAD NO 129w J OOOCH OVERSEER Foot H 1 6- 0LahieWT ISO Jones A B 1 50 Lain John 150 LainJA 150 Allen Mat 1 50 Allen Tom 1 Allen Alex 1 50 1reaton John 4 50 Winkler Shelby 1 50 Winkler Amos 75 Hill Sam 1 50 Gooch W J 1 50 ROAD NO 182J J OWENS OVERSEER Curtis rhomas 1 50 Curtis George 1 60 Dalton JW 450 Ambrose Hoge 1 50 Mize Joseph 1 50 Lakes Curtis 1 50 Hendricks Jessie 1 50 Hendricks Spede 1 50 Harris Royston IoO Owens JJ 150 ROAD XO 70n P SANDERS OVERSEER Taylor Hiram 1 20 Clark A F 120 Isbell Irvin 150 Whittaker HC 120 Perkins Bolln 1 20 Kelly Jasper 1 20 Foster Allen 1 20 Hill Doc so Short del 80 Long Arther SO Burres Ernest 80 Burres Wm 2 30 Sanders Eddie 1 20 Foster Jadio 80 ROAD NO 190 JAS MURONSTON OVERSEER Mnncey J B 40 Chenault Jas 40 Chenault A T40HadeuJM V 40 Chenault Feland 40 Tudor Ed 40 Miller B B 40 Chenault Dauo40Fox Steve 40 Fox Sam 40 Chenault Hendred 40 Stone Honry 40 Million Rube 40 Whight Eke 40 Walker Andy 40 Short Luther 40 Haaon JlhnI 40 Haden Everett 40 Haden George 40 Hale Jesse1 40 Parrish F 40 Morton Jim 40 Bronston Jas M6 40 ROAD XO 134noT HUCSON OVERSEES Hudson ET 150 Bollins Will j 50 Robertson John 1 50 fcandlin Poe 1 50 Allcorn Jama l50 Sandlin John f 150 Todd Doc 150 Hubbard Jos 160 Munday Zack l 50 Munday Zack Jr 150 Monday Tom 160 Dillingham John I 50 L50AllcornAllcorn Jim l 50 Adams Bennett l50- HiKniteJim l50Allcorn Curt v 160 Todd Joe j 40 i60WilUamsDWMalicate v ISO Wallcate Fount 1 60 50AhicornhbbaJrmau 75 j ci J ROAD NO 143 MOSES ESTERS OVERSEER Phelps Thos 1 50 Lamb Joseph 1 50 Grubhs Wm 1 50 SprallWM 150 Reed Abe 1 50 Rood Anderson 1 6- UKavanaugb Jas 1 50 Phelps Robt 1 50 White John 1 50 Eatill Henry 1 50 Bryant S P 1 50 Moberlv R K 3 Esters Moses 1 50 ROAD NO 144s W COVINGTON OVERSEER Brown Bob 1 50 Brown Arch 1 50 Gentry John 1 50 Stephens Joe 1 50 Covington John 1 50 Covitifiton Wallace 1 50 Gray Ed 1 5j Waters Chas 1 50 Cobb Gale 50 Yates Eh 1 50- Daniels Wm 1 50 Martin Ben 1 60 Covington Qninn 1 50 Covineton R H 3 00 Covington J W 1 50 Miller Joe 1 50 ROAD NO 145JACOB BAXTER OVERSEER West James 150 Tribble John 4 CO Fairish Eugene 150 Davis Eugene I 50 Quisenberry Chas 1 50 Shearer Rufus 1 50 Unkle J D 40 Tribble Dan 40 Tribble Sam 40 Moberly John 1 50 Chenault Wm 1 50 Shearer Mrs Ab 1 50 Farthing Jerry 1 50 Anderson John 1 50 Butler Geo 1 50 MidkiffJno 150 Boman K 1 60 Vaughn Alex 1 50 Boman Jesse 1 50 Johnson Thos 1 50 Horn Hopper 1 50 Richardson Henry 1 50 Ashcraft Wm 50 Ashcraft Wm Jr 1 50 Miller Boone 1 50 Ashcraft Joe 1 50 Mobcrley Ed 1 50 Horn Fleming 1 50 Warner Wes 1 50 Judd Willy 1 50 PigKME o 160 Judd Nathan 1 50 Butler Walker 1 50 Ashcraft Robt 1 60 Pigg Francis 1 ROAD XO 149t II WELLS OVERSEER Parks 0 1 50 McKinney J R 3 Oldham 1 H v 1 50 Parrish Gee 1 1 50 Wells Cy 3 Wells W B 50 Oliver Pot 1 60 Risk J M 1 50 Turpiu Dave 1 50 Noland Geo Sr 150 Wells T M 1 50 Hucuely Dave 1 ro Bonny JIll60 Brooks Len R 1 O Brooks Tom 1 60 Wells M H 1 50 Wells Milo 1 50 usher Mort 1 60 Baber Zack 1 50 Boeley Dr J G 150 Oliver Jack 1 50 Denny Ira 1 50 Noland Geo Jr 1 60 ROm NO 151J r THOMAS OVERSEER Turpin J A 2 25 Baber A 75 Moore Scott 75 Kimbr ll 1I P 75 Tipton Leslie 75 Brumback M 75 Hrumback F 75 Tillet Humphrey 75 Powell P 75 Powell L l 75 Thomas E 75 Thomas J L 75 Moore J 7ft Moore Milton i5 ROAD NO 152HIRAM REEVES OVERSEER Eades James 3 Thomas David 1 60- I anter W RI50 Eades Woodson 1 50 Woosley Frank 1 50 Sharp IN 10Baber William 1 50 Powell Jefferson 1 50 Powell TEl50 Parkes Frank 1 60- Woosley John 1 50 Woosley Thomas 1 50 Nokiid James 1 60 Green James t 50 Riddell Joe 1 50 Green Penny 75 Powell William 150 Clay Tom 50 Vaughn Dock 50 Reeves William 1 50 Reeves Hiram 2 CO Dunbar Geo I 50 Dunbar J R 1 50 Lanter Emce 1 50 McKinnev Westley 1 50 Deerlng Jas 1 50 Powell E J 1 AbnerLee 1 60 ROAD NO 153 ROBT E LANTER OVERSEER WoosleY Willie 1 60- Kirby 1 50 Jordan John 80 Eades John 80 Woosley Dave 80 Lanter RW 3 gOAbnerIrvine Chas 1 50 Wells Bobt 150 Abner Lee 1 50 Lanter RE 80 ROAD NO 155 JAMES TAYLOR OVERSEER Taylor W R 1 50 Taylor E S 150 lli gerstaff Leslie 1 50 Shearer J B 1 50 Parks Scott 1 50 Turpin Simeon 1 60 Cunliff James 1 50 House Steve 1 50 Grimes W M 1 50 Jones TEl50 Cosby R F 75 Garrison John 75 Taylor James 4 60 ROAD NO 156a J FORBES OVERfXER Caldwell James 1 50 Deatherage Bird 1 50 Million M 1 50 Chenault Low 1 50 Thompson Toni 1 50 Britlon J 1 50 CollinsJ 1 50 Collins Anse 1 50 Phelps Thomas 1 50- Hishe Louis 1 50 Bena Henry 1 50 Forbes E Itt 1 50 Forbes I J Jr 150 Forbes I J 4 50 Thompson Torn Jr 1 50 ROAD NO 159J WoJIISLK OVERS SE- ItWilIoujrbbyJobnW 1 O Hisle Wm C 1 60 Moore Thomas 1 50 Hisle J W 1 50 Dixon Ellis 1 50 Tracy Pendleton 1 50 Reeves James 5 GossenJS 16- Hnguely Geo 1 iGriggs o JL 45O Hisle Jno Doe 15- Hugnelyt Lucian 100 Amy 15 OVERSEERWaserit King Henry 150 Cobb JOISB 3 ltSalinonROAD NO Baumstark oRncker Benton Co f iByboeMT y 16 ROAD KO 163 WM HISLE OVERS KS Jakson1 Jas 1 50 VJt 150 v v c T 150 Oby 150 1 50 ICnvlnlwn W S 3 50 ROAD VO 169z O COV1NGTOX OVERSEER Owens ME 4 50 Benton OL 1S0 Wilcox I J 160 Baker SRI50 Powell J M 1 50 Pearson Soudder 1 Moborlv G G 150 Woolery W B 50 Rose Albert 1 50 Kid well TS 1 C- OCovinRtonMC 160 SteAD XO 170i A BRUMO1CK OVERSEER Brtimback W H 1 50 Hisle Thos 1 50 Jackson MW 150 BrumbackJ A 4 50 Williams HI 1 00- Williaraa lS 1 12 ROAD XO 174ust MUXUAY OVERSEER Dunn Arch 75 Shearer J W 1 50 Shearer D M 1 50 Simpson Robt to Fox James 1 50 Fox Green 1 50 Fox John 1 fiO Bates Berry 4 fri Chenault Win 73 Chenault Obe 1 50 Chenault Ernest 50- Oklham May 35 Powell Joe 1 10 Munday Win 1 50 ROD NO 176E M IIDQUELY OVERSEER Gentry Martin 75 Harper Thos 1 50 Gentry Chas 1 50 Harper Tobe 1 50 Harper Henry 1 50 Lanter Chas 1 50 Parks M 1 50 Bennett Tom 1 60 Johnson D II 1 50 Portwood Andy 1 50 Reed Ben 1 50 Gentry Joe 1 50 Marshall Heath 1 CO Turpin Undo 3 Huguely E M 4 ROAD xo 177 JAMES HARRIS OVERSEER Bybee Katon l 50 Tipton C L 1 50 50Noland50WoodsXoland Jno 150 50Noland 50Todd75lIarrisROAD NO 1i9s BUSH OVERSEER 76GrEndes Ruder 75 75CooleyJirn 7iBlackwell 75BushROAD NO ISOtv II DURHAM OVERSEER Gripss WO I 50Durham 50WestCOBrockDurham W D 1 50 Grijrgs W C nails 42 ROAD XO 1itnlG HILL JOHN JllIOXE OVERSEER Jackson Charlie 96 hrs 4 80 SOLucasVauehn Dock 96 hrs 4 so SOMcHoneHazlewood J M 96 hrs 4 so 20Collins20Carrier80Anderson SOSettleSettle A P 96 hrs 4 80 40Jackson490CasteelNeale SI C 100 hrs 5 SOHarrison 80WilsonHarlow M 96 lire 4 80 50JacksonROAD NO 88A RUALTOV OVERSEER COLodsdenJohnson C B 1 60 Booker G S 150 50Johnson50Pearson 50DaltonROAn NO 192 AKOHILLIS DANIELS OVEHSEEll 22cHookerSmith Morgan 75 75Golden25DanielsRiddell Roll 75 75FarrisHunt Joe 75 75Mundy150Crawford 75WestROAD NO 194SAM IIISLE OVEKSEll 50HfaletOAD NO 195job GRIMES OVERSER 3Bojrfe 75 50Willis50Lone50Burton12LongGrimes J E 3 40BurtonROA1 NO 1WE S BAKER OVKRSKR 150Smith50Smith50Simpson 50Cor501Collins50OgR60Loftsden 60BakerROAD NO 2dda B NOIiAND OVERSR 5CJonesScudder James Dr 1 60 25Johes80GentrygfTATM OF COUNT OY1ADXsoxfCt CountyCourta true copy of the allowances and ap propriations made by the Madison Ms cal Court at its October term IDOl and May term 1902 Witness my hand this thirtieth day of May 1902 0Jesse Cobbf O MO C VL Leeds guarantees all work j done by hiin to bo first class Call and see btab1thftl Use of wall jasper if i2 r Irti t II H 9 i2 Iii Embroideriesj9OJ T 1 We are showing the greatest assort l0 ment of Embroideries in all its branches that we have attempted heretofore All the patterns are new S a r for thisyear and represent a elec i l 6 tion that will meet every want of thettrade An idea of tho magnitude 9 this line can be found from the tactrj that wo carry in stock over SOO pat terns Qf Cambrics Swiss nnii Nain w sook Embroideries a a1atk A A H The best Gorman Torchon Lace on i the market warranted full 12 yards ri icbes wide atCc n bolt wider J German Torchon Lace warranted full 12 yards at lOc Staple German ITiri Crochet Lace heavy thread in a- IL new open pattern a good wearing 0 1durable lace with a linen finish at lie- D We are also showing an ab highclassir French Val Laces which are tho product of the most famous lace elaborateID3tiffeols Call in and see our line El Respectfully yours 1 A 1iOWEN McKEE A Book FreeWe will be pleaded to send on receipt of attached coupon correctly filled out and one cent to coverexpense ol mailing or will deliver to any one preitenting the coupon properly made out at our store a copy of 4The Dictionary of SportsVol I containing aphabetically ananped un der each one of the main spot tsf such as Golf etc all tho popular expressions with a conclsede nition of each It is The Only Booklef of Its Kind Extant of convenient and vest pto ket size xtisiicahiyillustratedof handsome fullpage illustrations showing correct clothes for nan The Booklet throughout is Illustrated In color tints the work of the famous New York artists Messrs Grant Wright M R Morgan and Mrs Eo Mao Namara The Booklet was written br Mr Will Curler Editor of Field Sports New AlfredDenfamtnMakers of Correct Clothes for Men who at an expense of many thousands of dollars publishixl A Quarter of a Million Copies The book is nf Intrinsic value and If produced for Book Store sale would readily bring 25c to SOc li Sold to a Lover of Out Door Summer Sports COUPON Cot oat mi seed Is L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY Please sendinefrton upyBoel SportsilusradAlfred Benjamin Co Mat York Entitled it one cent h ceifr atage or deliver tj teartr Name Slru S Make our house- headquartyour ers when in tt LexingtonI Ift CII ft11 11 0- I sf CI z i oft Z11 ftC IM1 Lexingtons Greatest Clothing House TT Jr Louis tins Stra Sole Agents for Alfred Benjamin Cots 1 Pamozl QotL1I No house in Lexington canshow you such Goods They are equal to the finest Custom Clothing Our stock of Top Coats are beautiful 4 1The Celebrated A i l iXeX Proof Rain Coat xext X thelOur New hoods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and in our selection we have in the way of Spring Goods the handsomest line of Ginghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc UnequaledisCotonationBraidreadymade Skirt DepartmentI- n this line We can please the most fastidious tastes and have a larjre assortment to select from If you will call anti examine these goods completestock New Matting has just been received antIs now placed on sale We buy in the best markets of the world yuuknowouLowest Prices Is that what you VantIrso trade with SmithaIu ai SU 3l SUp tn uO tn Ztt o o 5 0- In lot C 3 tn SUr tn i SUPPLEMENT THE RICHMOND CI IMAX JUNE 4190+ + + + + + + + + + ++ + + + + + 44444444444444 +4444444444 MADISON COUNTY COURT OF CLAIMS The following is a list of the claims allowed since the May term of said Court 1 90 J to be paid out of the County Levy for thn year 1902 The same is certified for publication this May 20 J 902 Azlnll J R asd to S Park S 16 85 2 35- Artner II P attention to clock 50 41rII coiiir CO Adams Pen pike work 12 Adams Jus pike work 14 Adams Joe pike work Anderson Gun pike work tiG Anderson John jilk woik 4 Anbury J U pikf wtiil 2 3Q Arbnekle Simmons aitrt 43 88 Jlerrv U cervlrfi ft days BnMon 4i Wj e friii acitH 7 JO llnnhelJ I lrldue woik 23 Hiadlev Gilbert bond book 2 50 ItlHiitnn It coal acct 2 40 Barnes Robt road work 80 Jlogle John 0 pike work 10 50 Bennett Waller tee comr 10 Balance nil t onrt Hoiibu OO 87 Bracken Urldtfe toShallowfM 477 60 liogie n T serviced 511M 15 Bogie D T brijte coiiir II f r Nuwhv court use 51 Jingle k Moleilev ucci 87 IIIIh s l iiMil to Richn Wells 318 S5 W IS Iliitiley 105 lJiltonSam rook 1060- jioltou W II act 13 20 Burkiier Jack tumigutiug Bune Win n c k mill ditching 80 50- pikn u0k Hiiiiiui J iatce 1 Kroiul im J teiuu Odays Bairett S B Wiltiuii pike wk 09 05- i Baker John pike work 26 25 I linker James pike work 4 2 Baker U U 20 Binek lllItol liO 2 150 240 135 Burdett J bon lumber 4 00 pike Work 5 05 HIII tlett Ell 18 75 P Brown W F 10 Buriiom William 8 50 L Itronmugh K j Ji 12 38 z Bolin LeMer 2 o Ulythe CBplkswork 50 Blythe Leo with Count Judge 25 Bicknell W H piku work 3 50 g Bullaid tobti pikH work 4 60 BoxIer J G me i ucct 16 Hoxley Dr Ii M smallpox 800 Covington J W 2 team 2iIys 6 jColib U W rock etc 655 tH Cobb Harvey rock 245 Cobb J Tevis IICCt 171 50 Collins T B fleet U 85 Climax Irt Co printing claims 34 75 plouse M J bridge lumber 17 22 Collins Wm assd to S S Parks 37 90 37 50 iiUhenauli J no B election cum 800 ifJColyer H H 18 U fee bill 489 73 E j sUIfl turnpike bonds 100 i comiefnMiigliomN 100 ainiv1iig olliee flJc 10 County Judge milary 1000 pauper fund 1200 ii iui Geo Chasteen 51 fr Geo UlytliH V5 County Attorney salary 1000 i ollieo rent 125 County Superintendent satiny 1000 Stiny boika 100 Cobb Jesse certifying clalniB 150 Cobb Jeeeo fee bill 122 52 CbamberH John road work 61 16 I Curtis TJ gravel 150 t CornelUon J T removing Ciiixva 2 Uuvlnuton Hankfiacct 4 50 Uurran Tom lJikt woik 7350 a3 16 III gjiirt w i s M- JsJoyle T H It 10 20 ole Caleb 2 00 folle J W 4 60- Shiibteen John pike work 820 i hRtiICtII Nick pike work 0 Hunter Charlie pike work 1 jjunn S A pike work 12 50 orbin A pike work 3 Jrlgler David pike work 2 60 JovliiKton Arnold Hros act 71 70 lowers A C acct 10 30 Carvers Kerry Turnpike Co 750- gJlieuaultt 0 F insurance t 200 TVIll Jetile clerk supervlutli 3 moving records M- j Rec Sheriff Sell 75 00 4wuiting on Fiscal Court 4 days 32- Jourier Joiirna Printing Co- county jury wheel 25 votton Nat Jr services 4 days 12 iJoy Collins hervlces days 15 Drapnv Brown bat on dpecili 76iv acct oo jiDouglas Alfred rep court hse 15 Duncan A Parrlsh livery bill 10 Davis Tatuni pike work loa 85 Duncan Wm pike work 4 Duncau Robt in Davis Roy T a Davis 10 l 18 86 Dnvio WIIIi 11 70 Davis W 15 2l Davis John II Deatlierage E Co acct 5 no Dou tlan it Simmoiih ileCi 60 i 10424 DeHtbtraue S mpervisor a Dtyis Dr J A mctl atct 20 Dunn Dr M med ucct 15 BUlrr K V act t 43 tO Evans O W Jrincnrance 320 Easley Win pik work 101 Esters a U pike work 1St 41 Embry E wailing on II Black etc 12 Farmer Jobn pike work i 20 Fowler Jobn 114 267 80 240 78 10285 Fitb Moore pike vnk IH 75 Fieli ifeTmld 3ininl er nccts all 02 KOI unc W A pikt work 2 Kiflither W C rockon pike 225 Uilberi Hun am lock on jail 1 25 ace 1 Uentiy David lihiiling rock 14 lillloHltJ Ebtolle bllimonts lIi2 Giibbardltubeasd loSS Parka no Gitenlehf CriM ko insurance IU Uiiar fur Jill paisonertt U iwc VTIIv iv hilt O Grtllii Jaiiieu road work Grady Dave pike work 51 90 Galloway i045 Vatijibnplke work 171 Glbbc Jarmitu pike work 2 75 Golden II 11 50 O biard B H 18 5U Gainey Jas G o lrlcli Kpb 4 50 Galloway Jan 5 67 Gay John L sorvici day a Gregory W D mad word 17 S GUile lieu small pox guard V3 75 Gibson W med nvct 150 O Genlrv Geo pike work 11 85 Harris Allnmn Stone 4 win dows in Ct H 42 HunleyW S clerk of elec cooirs 6 Hlrtle S D rosd work HKJO 6 llnl Dun culvert and rock US lliiiiMin U D HSHI to S S Parks 28 3150- pttial P S4iIa1IjI toS S P rks 1782- IIUlafl It A A L Nlckerson- afed to 8 S Parks 4 25 llalev KHII aM d to S tj ltrks 24 Howe Krxkin lIPI to ilJ 55 Heiidren J N road work a Howard A vln removing ratcas 2 HoskinsOtJ pike work 15 85 14II Hokin J Vsiso Hyatt Win a Henrv Wm I 1Jaaiall CiaicE i Hill Ureen 8 Hiirdln Iiuo 7 Ha1 IMII Hr n Ia H nrldh Jini iI 12 ilazelwood Hairy 2 50 lIo8kinsI 2 HIIIIlrlII IPIlIlU 00 Harris Itoiit H o5 Hensiey Jobn small pox cunrd 4 85 HensleySberman US Hunley W S list of claimg 162 54 Hughes James collln acct II 60 Hurgis II 0 supervisor 3 00 Hurley Dr W H small pox clain 100 Henderson L If stable rent 96 Interest on turnpike bonds 1250 Interest on refunding bonds 4480 Jackson John pike work 4 00 Jackson M road claim 1000 1 50 Jackson Win pike work 11 i 1350 19Johnson2 Jobnson W A 21 liG services S days Hi Johnson dde 6 20JonesJames Bowling assd to W S Himluv 51 75KellyKeller Julio pike work 150 ro 28145a- a OS 75 75JlrkKindred Ian 2 75KaullerLain S H cervices 6 days 15 Lackey J U waiting on court 222 keeping prisoners IIIU8 02 keopinir prisoners WlJ 15 waiting on court 148 4waitIng on Fiscal ct Lilly 1rallllllty fee redigttctfr 10 Lain Jim supplies furni8bed J 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liO Robinson RE 50 Mahafley Hiram 50 Mnhndoy Sidney l r0 Stewart Joe Roptil 75 and brother 2 26 KOAD NO 948Y1VH8THK IVAMII Ollsll Lamb T 50 Hensley John i 50 Alexander II W Alexander J P 1 60 Lamb J H 1 60 Morgan J 1 U Morgan Charley 1 Bongo Job 1 Y II iLakesLakes John 0e 1 50 Jones Lewis 1 60 Alexander J1 1150 J Carpenter M T 150 Campbell JW 1 50 Alexander Silas 160 Carpenter Edward lliO Carpenter Jas iSc Lamb Dill 16C Alexander J 1 5C Webb Isaac 1 6C QCLambLaws John 1 12J ROAD NO P5R v WIHTLOOK OVEKS- RWhitlockPS 210 LongF 4C long LcsI 40 Long Collins 4Q Turner Bub 40 llalllngor John 40 Rogers lames 40 Wnrnuth W x 40 Ross S M 40 Jones EP- Hibbard 40 Ernest 40 Hill Obas 4Q- Nolaiid James 40 Campbell Jimmy 40 WhitloqkPS 2 60 Jones W D 40 Whitlock P V 40 Whitlock P V cu ROAD NO UOo W STArtXHR OVERSEER Rawlins Carl i 50 Phelps Alex 60I Templeman Wm 1 50 Carr Wm 1 G- QMcKvnnoy TJ 150 Frazltr 0 160 Stagnor J W 1 50 Stagner OW 4 60 ROAD NO 105 E A BOGIE OVERSEER Cain rhos V4 60 Cain Edward 1 60 Robinson Wni 1 50 Covington Irvino 1 50 Cain Elbridge i go iTlDotlh 1 ro Fritz W 0 1 50 Stevens George 1 50 Cain Jaries 1 60 Fritz Jno CainJW 150 Adams John i 50 Corner Westly 1 50 King Bilav 1 50 Cliir Milton 160 Cain Peyton 1 50 Bush G W 150 Bush J G i so Bush R PI 150 Bush G 150 Ballew L 75 Fritz R 1 50- BogieEA 150 Cain V 1 so Deatherage Dpc i 50 ROAD NO lOa 0 L 1W1 Ann OVERSEER Courney R L lumber 1 72 Rupnrd C L 0 1 50 Curtis T L 22 Cain Chas 1 50 Fielder Major 50 Corner Robt l 60 Continued on Pope 2V Fair Secretaries Association t A number of the secretaries of fairs to be heM in Central Kentucky this year met last Tuesday in Lexington und organized what is to be known as MayorDAssociation of this city Mr W 0 Guinea of Georgetown was elected President and Frank P Kenney of Lexington Secretary The chioi rea son tot the organization is to arrange dates of fairs so that there wilt be no certain territory worked two wffeks In succession One of the things decided upon was the advertising of each others fairs in tile catalogues and otherwise It is believed that by forming an annual maybecm be made with concession men- The Kentucky Fair Circuit as ar ranged so far is as follows Richmond third week in July GeoigetoWn fourth week in July Hustonvillo fifth week III July Danville first week In August Lexington second week in August Maysville and Lawrenceburg fourth week in August Bardstown and Glasgow first week in September Elizabethtown and Bowling Green second wonkin September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in September It is believed that other fair associa tions will join tho organization Among these are the fairs held at Winchester Springfield Horse Cave Alexander and Florence The organization will meat from time to tuna as business will require All meetings will be at time call of the president Another meeting Is expect ed to be held in a week or so As a mathematician John Bull is a wonder When the South African war began he asserted that the Boors could muster but 20000 fighting men Since then John claims to have killed 833331 Boers or about that number and now a mils that time floors have more fight- Ing men than when the war began cC W d 1 r I rMUr h r t Ii === T LSEEDSHUhave received fine lot 4w oftrIpure German 4MilletSeed fVtc the finest lot of German Millet ever brought to 1Richmond t 4 WOOL WOOL jIVr We also wish to purchase your WOOLand guarantee to pay the highest market price for same Dont sell until you get our prices V 4 E DEAT ERAfiE CO lie Richmond Climax r iMMiAY JUNE 4 1002 A Wilkes Smith Dentist is- o located over J B Stouffers 1Ii tore 6febtf Kxtursiou rates to all points on the v nEXt Sunday iTiia look at Covington Banks e I J iii todays CLIMAX Ixcursion 10 Cincinnati Sunday a r L A A Round trip 150 vvirythhig in tho carriage line purchased at S L MidkifPe r guaranteed may21 2t is expected that the Sunday Convention at Richmond Mon i gilt and Tuesday June 23 and Mll ha the best ever hold in the vui foniKinplate having any pa e r painting to do this spring it tn your advantage to will and ie my lints of wall paper and mate on painting WL Leeds It dishes 10 cents each one q j illnii buckets 6 cents each cuts per pound TKX Cir STOHE Next door to Government Bldg tlyr c vent of Monday Juno 23 for iople of Ivichmond will be the Sunday School Convention at in the First Piesbyteriau Church n Neal of Grason and others I ioak Cheaper Than Going Barefooted I airs of child rOils and Misses tan is good style toes dark bade z to 11 RlIllllj to 2 Guaranteed leather former price 125 will p it the lot at 50c a pair Comer and get your choice Rice Arnold BHfti Man Robbed 1ps Oakos the blind fiddler was f his watch while in liexing iday The officers worn notified iniifiliatuly arrested the young ho was accused of the theft e Ksml and the watch was re TAXES I n wish to hulp run your county nomieal basis do not hesitate inr tax at once In order that e tnff can pay tho poor laborers r work and save thorn the dis ian their claims I will expect L settle B ready I am coming Respectfully JOHN F WAOHIIS Sheriff yit Dr Harry M Hlantoh Dentist Of r MiddletODS drug store uylTtf x 1 4 3 IU U fi c IU N SI 4 I IV f Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky npr7tf SundaybyFcr Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thuruian Grocery Co if For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of tho city One is 00x204 and the other 100x800 For terms ap ply at this office mch20tf S S Convention Lookout for announcements of the Madison County Sunday School Con vention Detailed program expected soon Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this officeand get reward ninyT tf GW EVAXS Have W 1 Leods to paper and decorate your home All work the best tf Screen Your Doors and Windows Wo have just received a car load of screen doors and can save you from 15 to 25 per cent on these goods Give us a call AiihuoKLB SIMMONS aprOO lino My stock of Jowelry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prices Will pleaso everybody aprSO tf L E LAXE Dismissed The regular duties at the Walters Colleciate Institute were suspended yesterday on account of the confed erate decoration exorcises at the cemetery For Sale I ofler for sale iny residence on Higb street Jot is 00 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitchen all in good repair uud will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth 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 and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line aprSO tfIE LAXB DFAnner Has mado all his arrangements to leave Richmond by the 25th of June If you want anything In his line you can got it at cost till tVnt date All persons who owe me accounts will please come and settle as the business must be closed up to that date 2t alAestIto and examine his stock and get prices may21 2t Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building lI Richmond Ky Street Fair at Versailles 2nd to 7th On iircouiit Red fens Street Fair and Carnival Ll A will sell tickets to Versailles June 27 inclusive Limit of return Juno 9th One fare round- trip C M Browning General Manager Automobile Raffle An automobile will be raffled otf dur TwenIgroat Interest in tilE raffle many tickets having beer soldalready 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 for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust Company C H CHEXADIL and L P EVANS aprlGtf Real Estate Assessors Report City Assessor J H Kennedy has completed his work and hands us his report of city property listeU as fol lowsTaxable property males over 21 white 210885000 726 colored 7871500 426 2187 65500 1152 fashionable Dressmaking Ladies wishing a stylish costume for spring should call on Miss Emma Golden who is now located in the Hobson building next door to postofficc Miss Golden is prepared to do all kinds of sewing from the simplest garment to tho most elaborate tailormade suit Her work is sure to please and her terms are reasonable Remember Miss Golden will be found in tim Hobson building mch5 tf To Graduate Mr J Speed Smith of this city is among those who will recleved the degree Of Bachelor 01 Laws from the law schoolof tho National University Mr Smith is the son of the late Capt J Speed Smith and is one of the most prominent of the young Kentuckians tt the Capital He has had a position in Washington ever since his gradua Lion at Central University in 1897 Will Cook No More Henry Devillard of Lexington the chefat tho Leland hotel has fallen heir to an estate left bv his mother which be values at 337000 francs or SG7OCO Mr Devillard is 47 years old and was a lieutenant in the 137th infantry uf the French army He came to this country about 18 years ago His fathor was General usury Devillard who waskilled at the famous battle of Gravelot luring the FrancoPrussian war District Convention Sunday School Conventions for the several magisterial districts are likely to be held throughout the county One is already held Glade and Ellis ton have set theirs for JunO 11 Million for the 18th and others willfollow It is hoped that every district and every school in the county will be largely represented at the great Sunday School rally on the grounds of Walters Col legiate Institute Juno 24 A grand time is expected On the Way to Valley View The Richmond Telephone company is extending its line out tho Jacks Creek pike so that in a few days all the farmers of that section will be in speaking distance of town It is the purpose of the company to run this line into the Tates Creok road to Val ley View In order to get Valley View now it is necessary to get Lexington and Nicholasville connections The local telephone system continues to improve under the able management of Mr 13 N Fuqua who is making every effort to please his patrons Sunday School Excursion The Christian Church Sunday school of this city will run an excursion to Crab Orchard Springs and return Tuesday June 10 via L N R R leaving Richmond at 730 a in and re turning leave Crab Orchard at 530 p in The round trip for adults will be SI anil children under fifteen years old 50 cents Those who wish can carry their dinner or it will be so ar ranged that Mine Host Joe Willis can accommodate those who forget to takeit This is a great chance for a days outing and the prospect for a large crowd is good We carry the largest and most complete line of gtQES t tobe found in Rich mond All the Upto Date styles i Our prices are the lowest The new and nobby things in g ll1ilI1l1g ANDlittl ww A full and complete line of Ments Underwear NegligeeShirtstCoIIars arid Cuffs t e i F RICE ARNOLD j tii c p j i L 4 4en IU 0 U 3 0 00II 00II IU U t f IU ufI1 l u 8 0r L New Jeweler Mr T J Robinson the jewelei and optician of Berea has rented the koni soon to be vacated by D P Armcj pod will move his stock hero for business about July lilt Mr Robinson lan uptodate jeweler having a rep ut tlon for fine workmanship that la nol ox celled anywhere He has been in bus- Iness in Berea for a number of years and has built ura large trade inthai section The First Excursion The Louisville Atlantic railroad will run the first excursion of the sea bun to Estill Springs and Millers Creek Thursday June 12 It will not be necessary to trouble yourself taking lunch as the Estill Springs Hotel will furnish both lunches and serve regular dinner If you want to have a gocd time and see all your friends dont miss this opportunity Round trip horn Valley View Richmond 75 cents Caldwell High School Cammencement The following program for the Commencement of Caldwell High School has been announced THURSDAY JUNE 5 10 ACJI Childreus entertainment in ilie chapel of Caldwell High School FKIDAY JUNE 610 A M Commencement exercises at the Court House The address to the graduates willbe delivered by Dr W H Ryals The public is cordially invitedto both entertainments Independent Telephone Exchange We have been reliably informed that a gentleman backed by unlimited cap ital contemplates organizing a stock company for the purpose of putting in an independent telephone company in this county with headquarters in this cityThe promoters will have lines radi ating in every direction from Richmond taking in all the surrounding towns and every farmer will be given an op portunity to place a phone in his home The company will begin preparation for the enterprise in a few days Coy The Fence Man Mr JT Coy of Kirksville returned last week from Adlan Mich where he purchased five thousand rods of the celebrate page wire fence He says that the company which started a few years ago by making 20 rods of fence per day is now turning out 10 carloads per day A new building covering an area of four acres Is being build which when finished will make the plant the largest of the kind in the world Mr Coy has been agent for the company inI this county for six years The first year he sold 400 rods of the fence Last year he took the premium over all the agents in tho State selling 5000 rods Eu is extending his business this year throughout the countv and expects to bring his sales up to 50000 sods before January 1s- tHave your vehicles repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of those old worn out ones you are now using and thus have a new vehicle for iummor S L Mictkiif will dp the work for you may21 2t Battle With a Rattler The thirteenyearold son of William Cia k a farmer at Big lull had an ex citing battle with a rattle snake a few days ago The boy was plowing corn when his mule happened to step on the snake The reptile struck at the mule biting him on the leI and then made at the hoy The boys faithful dog came to the rescue just at that time but was bitten and died in a few minutes In tIm meantime the boy had gotten hold of a stick and prepar ed to defend himself heand the snake played tag about the stumps for several minutes but when an opportu nity offered to run he started off to get help When he returned with his father the snake was gone The mule died in about three hours Excellent Prospects Mr Howard Flanagan editor ofthe Oil City Derrick and oxGov M C Alford passed through Thursday from the natural gas fields of Estill county where they spent several days They were both well pleased with the pros pect in Estill and say that the county promises tg be the richest producer of oil and gas in the State Mr Flanagan has had as much experience in oil and gas as any other man lu the country and he knows all about it from A to Z He recently visited the Ragland district and states that the formation in Estill is exactly like that and if anything the conditions are even more favorable The Estill county field has attracted a great deal of attention of late among capitalists of every quarter The whole section is owned or controlled by Richmond men who will hold on until several fortunes are real Ized The Contest For urea of The Elk Carnival Is Warming Up Several changes have occurred in the relative position of the candidates for Queen of the Elk Fair and Carni val the count of ballots yesterdayshiow- ilig the following results Miss Carlisle Chenault6SSue Hume C4 II Mary Collins55Katie Smith 53 Sallie White41Florne Chenaulti j 38 Nancy Royce21-Sue Deatherage23-Carlisle Walker23Bessie Lackey22It Bethenia MeCord17-r MattiirC Smith15h Mary Shackelfprd 14 Anne Bennett C OE Woous T II PICKELS i A B FAKIS JJNEALe Committee Squire Anna to Leave Squire DP Armerwho is in point of service the oldest merchant in the cityhas decided to go to Richmond I hd to reside and is now closing out his stock with that end in view JrIArmer began business here thirtythree years ago Since then every business in Richmond has changed hands During all those years be bos conducted his business on a High plane and has made hundreds of friends who would stow persuade him to stay on He has been identified with ever move for the ad ancementofRlchmondamf much of the growth and beauty of the city is due to his efforts Squire Arraer has boon Magistrate of the district fora number of years being ejected with out opposition He has been AS care ful in his management of public affairs asia liia own He is one of the most prominent Masons in the State and is a Past Commander of the Richmond Commandery It will be a day of get nine sorrow in the community whea Mr and Mr Armer take tlieirvdefMfft ure l j i1te SETTLEED The A hted at Richmond at Last t Yesterday was a Ted letter day in the history of Richmond a day that marks another step in the progress and upbuilding of the city It wad yesterday that ground was broken for the new Louisville l Atlantic car shops the great enterprise we have wished for so long We are intormed that about 50000 will be expended on the plant it being the aim of the officials of tho road to have their machine shops well equipped for all kinds of work The shop wilt be located on the lot Smith of the railroad between Second and Third streets Now that tho work lisa been started It will he pushed right along to completion- In urging the necessity of securing for the town this great prize we have often spoken of the benefits to be derived from it We have spoken of the large number of skilled workmen to be employed the people to be brought to towif the benefits that all branched of business will receive and many other advantages that wijl be given the twit Now that the question is settled it is settled for all time The goodwill not be for one year nor for two year We believe that the railroad will be benefited by tho settlement of the question fully as much as the city of Richmond The location is fortunate in that Richmond is the largest town on the road and is centrally located We have protection from fire that other towns could tint offer Last of all we have hundreds ot people who are in full sympathy with the road and who appreciate the advantages that the road otter This last action in giving us the shops will tend to bind the peo pie and make all feel that personal in terest in the road which will result in increased business in all lines The Tournament The Seventh Annual Graded School Tournament was held in Versailles last week The Caldwell Right School has always made a good record in these contests an 1 this year the school stand second in the list Versailles won first honors About forty five from this city attended the Tournament and all speak in highest terms of the managers of the contests anti of the fairness arid impartiality with which nil decisions were made The Richmond dell l tion were especially pleased wijh Prof Pates ami liis excellent corps of teachers in the Versailles school Caldwell Right School captured twenty prizes ten first and ten second Below we jive the list of winners FIJST GeometryNewlon Whitlock Higher Arithmetic Newlon Whitlock Drawing Pauline Richards Rapid CalculationJ nnie Dobrows ki Slant Penmanship Pauline Richards Male Declamation Wm Broaddus 100 yd dash Jerrv Parrish 12 mile run Jorry Inrrifh Running High Jump J Parrish Base Ball Richmond first SECOND UeegrnpliyPermehia Culton Composition Mallie Clause Grammar Katherine Scott Higher Algebra Mabel Kunkle I Gliprus Oral SpellingUl to 15 N Whitlock Oral Spelling any age Addle John stoneRunning Broad Jump J Parrish Standing Broad JumpJ Pnrrieh 220 yd Run Julian Million CINCINNATI MARKET ClntnnatiOhio June 3 1002 Receipts and shipments for the vast 24 hours as compared with the same time last week are as follows BATTLE Tlie receipts ot cattle were liberal for Monday and about 200 larger ban the same day last week The sup ply of choice fat corn cattle was small lot such a big run and especially for Monday The quality of the offerings was mostly from fair down The strictly fat steer cattle sold at about Steady prices A pair weighing 1400 Ibs brought 5 70 and the neit best offerings weie a few carloads of distillery led weighingfrom 1050 to 12CO Ibs at 035 to 640 The rrarket save for the above class was a very variable one and the average of prices from 15 to 25c lower than at the close of last veelf and in good instances grassy stuff as much os 25 to SOc off Stocker and feeding cattle of all kinds were very little sought after and about the same off in prices as butcher cattle Milch cows were dull and generally 3 perhead lower than a week ago and common all but unsaleable Heavy steers choice to extra 6 25 to 6 70 fair to good So 60 to 6 15 oxen 2 50 to 5 50 butcher steers extra 35 to 6 40 good to choice S5 50 to 25 common to fair SI 50 to 5 25 heifers extra Giood to choice 550 to 5 85 common to fair 2 to 5 25 cows good to choice 4 25 to 5 felt to medium 2 50 to 4 10 canners 1 60 to 2 60 stockers and feeders S2 50 to 5 75 fat dairy cows 3 25 to 6 tops 10to525 BOLLS Market inactive and prices 10 to lOo lower under liberal receipts Tiiin and light 2 Co to 3 50 bologna 3 60 to 4 40 fat bulls 150 to 5 25 one car load extra fat stopfed bulls 5 30 CALVES Market Active ahd steady under good demand and quite good receipts Common and largo 3 to 6 25 fair to good light SO 25 to 7 extra i25 few tops 7 5- 0IIoasThe receipts of hogsvere only moderate for Monday and about 1000 hEad smaller than the same day a year ago The quality was a very fair av erage and some strictly choice fat hogs oGcred Influenced by a shrinkage of 5 1910c in prices in Chicago a weaker feeling was manifest and all grades with tho exception of light shipper and pljis time average of prices was a nickel loyer than the close last week At the ciilse what was worked to clear the yards and the close waseteadier Eas te p shippers paid 715 to 720 for stt jelly choice fat sorts while packers purchases wore between 660 to 690 cmefly 775 to 685 Trading in light shippers and pigs was fair and prices unchanged Selected heavy shippers 7Jtt5 to 720 good t6 choice packers arid butchers 090 to mixed packers dGO to 685 common to choice heavy fajsqwd Si75 ta0 60 stags 4 to 540 lUfit Shippers 615 to 655 piss 110 lbs aijii lesa 5 to ILEZt AND LAMBS Receipts of sheep a1 janibSwerefalr aiyl tho general mi rket steady at last w6eks closing raj igp of prices Sheep extra 150 to J good to ebiceijFMO to 4 40 corn n to fait i yosrhlngood to choice- S o to 550 common to far3 to 5 griring lamb 550tq S7fextrs 725 Tgptb extracted without pain C 3 IIA 1 Lhe Eomsoo i Xr Ie ih rPERSONALM- rJoe Willis of Crab Orchard iraa in tho city Monday Miss Thompson Taylor Is visiting relatives in Lebanon Col T P Embry of Fayette county was iii the city Monday Mr George Pickles Jr is at home from SlateColleW Miss Susan Woods of Stanford viiat ed friends here last week Mrs P J ONeii of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J A Mershon Mr Aurelins Dunn of Lincoln corn ty was a Court nay visitor ExSheriff H H Colyer is at French Lick Springs for several days Miss Emma Hendren left Fridav for a visit to relatives in Nicholasville Mr Chas Chenault of Winchester visited his fathers fntnil here Sunday Mrs Gilbert Grinstead was the guest of Miss Willie Traynor in Danville lat S R Park of Kansas City is visiting Mrs John F Wagers on Main streetMiss Katie Dlanton of Jackson is the guest of Mr and Mrs L B Bianton Mr Sim Hamilton of Estill county was the guest of relatives here Sunday and Monday Miss Nellie Hood has returned to Coi ington after a visit to Mrs Thos Jnenault Jr Miss Lelia Harrris was the guest oi Mr and Mrs JB Harris in Winches ter last week fMItier mother Mrs Mollie Powell in Nichol svlhle jast week Nra T J Scott of Nicholasville is the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Scott an Third street Miss Nannie Stevens of Pmeville was the guest of friends here several lays lastweek Mr Ab Oldbam of Mt Sterling was the guest of his brother W D Oldhani Sunday and Monday Mrs Dave Martin of Brush Creek is visiting her sister Mrs J C Chen atilt on North street Judge and Mrs II C Rice were guests last week of Capt J D Feeny and family in Lexington Mr and Mrs Theodore Wilson ot Station Camp arevisiting John Wil son and family at White Hall Mrs James J McCarty and children haye returned from a visit to liar sis ter Mrs John Fnrrell in Louisville Miss DeJarnette of Williamstown who has been visiting Misses Anna mid Emma DeJarnette has lolurned home Mr E H Anderson Manager of the Jessamine Home Telephone Co and Mr Hollis were in tho city yesterday on business MrsWilford White of Lexington was called hero Friday by the illness of her Cousin Miss Lena Stivers who continues very ill BartleyGalvin for many years a resident of Richmond but now of Mt Sterling is visiting relatives here Mr Galvin at one time lived in Paris Bourbon News Mr S A Wallace of Paint Lick who has been attending time Lexington Business College for several mouths has accepted a position with the Se curity Trust Safety Vault Co of that city Mr D G Berry of Burlington Kan who has been visiting his mother Mrs Zerelda Berry for several veeksreturc ed home yesterday Before leaving Mr Berry renewed his subscription for the CusjAz guestlofan The Aeroplane in which she scored so beautiful a success left yesterdav morning for Cincinnati where she will continue her vocal studies Lexington Democrat The Key West Advertiser of May 24 says Miss Mario Harbor of Rich mouth Ky who has for the past nine months so ably filled the position of art teacher at the Hargrave Seminary in this city left today for New York to spend a month with friends in that city from whicbplace she will proceed to her homo in Old Kentucky Miss Harbor has made a large number of sincere friends among our citizens who esteem liar very highly as one endow ed with all the qualities which constitute the refined lady Miss Harbor filled her position with competency and credit anil as the Board could make no better selection we trust she will be offered and accept a reappoint ment RELIGIOUS Rev Charles A Logan pastor of the Presbyterian church at Wilmore lias resigned his charge and will leave uva law weeks for Japan having offered bimselt for the Foreign Missionary field a year ago Mr Logan was formerly a student at Centrql University grad uating Iii 1803 and has many friends in this city MATRIMONIAL LA FrERTyJ0IINS0N41r James Lafferty Dewitt Iiiaiid Miss Lula Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs A J Johnson formerly of Madison county Ky were united in marriage at Clinton 111 at high noon May 21st The groom is the son of Mr 8amuel Lalferty a highly respected and wealthy stock merchant He is a popular and indus trious young man The bride is an amiable yountr lady of seventeen summers and Is much loved by all who know her Among their many presents was a beautiful gold watch presented to the groom by his parents May love success and prosperity br their lot are the wishes of their many friends My little son had an attack of whoop ing cough suit wall threatened with pneumonia but for Chamberlains Cough Remedy we would have had a sorious tlnieof It It also saved him from several severe attacks of cr H JStriikladen editor VOrldHerad- Fair Haven Wash For sale by Stockton r Hagah lln Heaaajter Elected Tho Board of Trustees of the Walters Collegiate Institutomet Jast Wednes day and elected Prof James Berrett Headmaster Jarthe ers lng year Prof Berrett Jls a native of Ohio but is now studying at the Johns Hopkins University He has taught in KitH tucky before and comes recommended as ateachot ofabllity He will arrive about June 10 to enter upon his duties The members of the Board state that the prospects ot the chopl arogbptl and that they bWetebaUuap a school worthy Of the iWttlallQ support of the pebpl of Ue emiiktn oJoeetNtM LaG LIt owia Iiadk 0 f4 y UGN BRAND 1 lADE IofAlX 11 UNITED SKi CO AR a IJ SEE OUR SAMPLES For Shirts made to measure Fit and satisfaction guaranteed ff SHIRT FACTS PLAINLY TOLD CENTS show collection splendid kindsQuality Madison at ONE DOLLAR theJamous Columbia aHround absolutely Always the Largest Stock in Richmond to select fromanother important Fact l Ja COVINGTON d BANKS i4 HEADTOFOOT OUTFITTERS FOR AND BOYS xeX XX I 0XeI ELDERS BARGAINS IN ise I sesssoss sssao3sees oooQaseoeo3oeGsoooeoo S OSeO S SSS US S SSOeSS SSCUS S SS SS SSSSSS eSAt 0 e Se 0 t J OiSii mmm e 00 0rl 00 oAND I0 a I SLIPPERS 00 i f 0 I e SssssssSsssSs 000 ia r G eSaSOSO SGSOSOO000OSOO0000 omooooo oooooooeeoo IKreiders Celebrated Slippers for 50 65 aud Rotliehilds Patent Upper Sandals for Children GS an 85eIr Ladies Patent Sandals USe 12t 150 and 1OS Patent Leather Vamp Manish Oxfords 1newest shapes Sunrise 2 to 7 worthS2 our price Rothchilds Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded 250 our price Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white black 25c 1 Ii I IJ We are Showing large line SUITS 800 and 1000 that cannot beeqimled ii ABoys Knee Suits USe to 600 Boys Knee Pants 10 to USe t pIJ pj Mattings 10 to 25c t r You are invited to inspect our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT kJ Respectfully Submitted j to the Cash Trade f Q IfDTho Finest Fabric made by human skill is coarse compared with the ot tho bowels When this membrane is irritated we have griping pains diarrhoea and cholera Whatever bo tho cause of the trouble take Davis Pain kilter to tho directions with cadi bottle Travelers In all climates carry Painkiller in Large bottles 25 and 50 cents The better a book is the more it is talked about behind its back Men Will Be Sobs In tIme of a lively exercise lik5 boatracing or ball pluylnr Uy willstrain their muscles mid JIllelimping and sore Then they are glad thor llliTO Davis Painkiller on hand to soothe the quivering nerves to netrate the muscles with warmth and healing power It has relieved thq pain of two generations of Americans Large bottles 25 and 50 cents Sme people are so busy saving the pennies that they let the dollars go by How to Avoid low is the time to provide yourself and family with n bottle of Chamber laits Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reioedy It is almost to be needed before the is over and if now may save you a trip to tJwn in the night or in your busiest season It is everywhere admitted to be Ilie most successful medicine in uso for owel complaints both for children and adults No family can afford to be without It For sale by Stocktqn I1aan 1ni People with good intentions often re senlble an alarm clock that doeent go ott Whisky Medicines t le temperance press is emphasizing thojpanger to tIme homo in tIle use medicines which are loaded with whisky or In this respect as wot I as in the remarkable character ot cures Dr Pierces medicines differ from other preparations Dr Golden Medical Discovery and oritePrescrJptipn contain no al colt oli whisky or other and an yuall free from opium cocaine lungIolherllatcltits sh a of mba Petiples CO lumen Sense Medical Advisor sent at l1ate1y free on receipt Of statnplI to pa texpeuserl mailing only Sena2l e for the book sri taper or31 stattpsfor dOlh btRIhII coE MDr R rce Saffalo NIW MOr 5U rl- t n iT50 We a large of Shirts that look like many Dol lar better than the ever offered in county the prie Its a Fact AT We sell Lion Prince Albert j and brandsShirts that for style and goodness is unsurpassed i MEN eIae SSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSS 1 Liii 00 Patent Children 75 Two Strap Vamp Strap Ladies Vici Men blue of lining tender murbus Ierry according gripsacks excitement Perry Trouble certain summer procured alcohol intoxicant Every family er very best IjB1li CLOTHING Window Shades 8 to 65c r r IjissesLadiest Hats 75c to 750 r E V ELDERiI X i e JLWATSONT 18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky I I Extraordinary THIS WEEK THROUGHOUT sOfferings1 TME ENTIRE HOUSE V J Lawns and Dimities Frenchy styles sheer and beautifulworth Qs 20c this week 12c French Madras Gingham n fabric for a shirt waist suit this sale 20c Colored Ginghams in pretty strips and colors time very timing for the children lOc 1000 yards Light J and Dark Percale 3Gin wide worth 12Jc this week 8 13cIfJ For The Sweet Girl Graduate If Elaborate and dainty designs shown in soft Gauzy Fabrics 1 JnlwnvlI1 French Chiffon ro Inches wide 50c and Pique Madras Oxford J now and desirable patterns do not lose their lustre when washed lam r ported gi1ds20c to JFine Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries JImmense assortments of all fashionaUIe Laces at speciallow priceIl J Black Goods A Etaminc Mistral and Granite Cloth tJ jIJ1 of production Black and Colored iIksJJ Astonishing inducements in printed Liberties Tho styles aboIf J lulely controlled by us SI and 125 goods for Toe Black Taffeta Silks If 3in wido yard worth anywhere Si 50 Wash Silks 35c 1lJif Ladies ReadytoWear Suits and Skirts JIBeautifully tailored and finished In best styles all this seasons fashion and shape every girment guaranteed a perfect fit This jJ sale 1250 worth 20 SicilIan Duck and Pique Kkicte AValkint Skirts 54 to 10 A I I C J L WATSON taZQN LEXINGTON UPPER KY p Reliable Goods Fair Dealing Bottom Prices wespeciillyeciclingling Silver Jewelry ant Cut Cn stbecausc she Jcnowff theirguarantee is behind evofy articl v r CaJi aed xceus whether you rJUYOInt bi V 1 VICTOR BQGAE0T1f1 4AWACTUNG JCLER AND rER lti St 1EXNGTOY M1iN I PI fiI J H ii JtEPTir l ir 4 r iI 0 j l F dI pJper r j t ASCAI L4HO AN INIIANTERAr- eb1reaCr t b theCo ton elf Ich line F runs two trains day rro M mph to Texas wi1hozt ch3nge hese t al S ci er reach I JaowiILS 0 CATSYILL iu OOursi l IL I N7O irJj It you wsnt toflti a od borne T In Texas where crops are ayutoi ralsedaodwberopv IwrlteforacopyOfOu handomo I e South ii we3IscdThroughT- a Camera Sent free to any budwhisanzIoustobet rtisFLWTATTTPL WCIUTIOllIO i L VLZBLLUMLGPT A ST LOIlSIO a I Free +Reclining j oIITO Chair Cars All IMPORTANT TE7AS POINTS n1Double Daily Service OKLAHOMAit 4 HORS MemL to little Rack 4 I tt 6 liemphis to Hot Sprlftp 6 PIIa Buffet Slreplftc Cars Id Free RKilftiftC CIr Cars en ill Trahu UftnrplSscdSper gepbIiTicket Uc MtIn nU1iX x ORWflTMiTenn F D T r ACIttUDHp Teen S L rAnKOT T A AthntH LEa 0 P T LUeKockMk T 6TZa4 f j Profit Sharing I The Cincinnati Enquirer FootasideI I 979000 rTobe distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel 1 kctual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the popektioa voting power and government of Jie State of Ohio The Problem is will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general election to be held on Tuesday November 4i i902 ftWhat812000 will be presented to ore making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a of 24000 for a correct estimate additional sum of 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for sn exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscnber to the Daily Enquirer at r time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate o cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SGC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be- i imade on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Brc 716 Cincinnati O =po f I I 1 i 1r yv = Louisville Henderson nnd St Louis Railway I HomeseekersSJ Excursions AT LOW RATESTr TOTHE- Td WESTTickets on Sle First and Third- Tuesdays in MARCH APRiL and MAY 1902 F Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and Clifoni Points f For Furthcr Inormotfon Address JGEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN i Trey Pass Agent Con Pass Agent J1LOVISflLLE KY J Ljjf t h V ti 4 7JJ f 7F7FF IJ IIsf onIC i r i IE ja WIcIl 1W I I LI 1 g QLOVSE J OP KID OVES I fft Regular + L25 Quality f- I I All colors and sizes and i you take choiceJor r m1F 75 c 1WeekOnly I11 L Mf cTiV We also call special attention to pur Net Skirts i T made over silk JQ to 25 fPiIcherGop 7 W Main Ll TON KY+ f 4 ji tI II p 43LIr MWCALL AT + + + + j JONES MERSHflN SALOON PAKLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodating clerks Qennloe Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY f MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING J Or Kings New Disc Y6il FOl Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat Aud Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Cold HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price 50c 8 Sl Trial Bottle Frse Soft Harness You can make your ne a as soft as a and as touch as batIusing gEILEKA nosn Oil You lengthen Its life last twice as long cccInLru7EUREKA Harness Oilrn- keeapoorlookIng har nees like new Made of pure ciaTj bodied oll es pedally prepared to wtU stand tile weather Sold eyerywhere in caaeU sigee Hafc tj STANDARD OIL CD iV SEASON 1902 SEASON 1902 Infact 226 34 SIRED BY The Great Electioneer sire of 170 in the 230 list 1st darn Rostnont dam of 3 in the 230 list by Piedmont 217J 2nd dam Btantifnl Bells dam of10 in the 230 list by The Moor 3rd dam Mimifhatia dam of S in the 230 list by Bold Chief 1th dam Nellie day by C M Cay INFACT is a bay horse 153 hands high His owner Mr C W Williams claims him to be one of the hand somest and best bred trotting stallions alive His sire Electioneer has one hundred and eeventv in the 230 lift sur passing all other stallions and IHFACTS first three datns have twentyoue in the 230 list something that cannot be said of any other horse INFACT has etylo action size and breetiins what else could the breeders want If you want speed his breeding is sufficint to warrant that If you are a saddle horse man and want Fome thing fine with lots of action INFACT possesses both Nearly all of the Inch class high acting horses that Fell for big prices in Madison Square Garden are trotting bred which is absolutely necessary in order for them to have action and speed 5 Will make the season of 1902 at 25 to insure a living colt B H Neale tap2m For Spring l9O2e i White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt H ings d Colored Cotton Dress Goods j Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings r Embroideries Taffetasr Laces Crepe dejGhines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents LOt Gortons Celebrated Shirts WhiteAND GihsnnI- i RIC Y +i t t If 1 r Twin Beeches on Beckhams Farm Onthe farm of Gov Beck ham about a mile east of Bardstown and growing near the turn pike leading to fpring field is a pair of beech trees that are joined together after the fashion ofthe oncefamous Siamese twins The trees are of great age the oldest inhabitants of the community averring that when they were small children the trees were fully grown Notwithstand ing they have been scarred and hacked by knives of nearly every person who passes silonjr the highway these old veterans of the forest are h dfty anti full of life About ten feet from the ground they are linked together by a liga ment of wood two feet in length and about a foot in di ameter in the center These trees are remarkable as curi ous freaks of nature and have attracted notice from lovers of the queer all over the coun try Unlawful Butno Arrests t A very strong and commendable crusade is being made at the present time against profanity says an exchange In many cities and towns of the State there have been organizations effected to do away with this careless and sinful habit The evil is widespread and has not been confined to one class of per sons and it is high time that pure speech betheruleamong GodsIed thatit be held as sacred and more so than that of mother for God not only demands it jcmt He is entitled to our most heartfelt grati tude and reverence Slang is also prevalent in conversa tion and in song Even the pulpit is not altogether free from its use Other agen cies spread phrases and words which are not of the choicest and best character Sensibl Mule H C Cozatt has a mule wonderful for intelligence He believes in working ten hours per day and absolutely refuses t9 work any longer Exactly at twelve oclock each day he stops andwill not move until ore Recently Mr Cozatt had a hired man plowing for him He attempted to continue after twelve but at that time the mul stopped and started forth barn and it was impossi ble to stop him He also quits at six oclock and is worthless for service until the next morning at seven Mr Ed Flaig has seen the mule tried and will vouch for the cor rectness of the above state ments DanviUe News When you find a man who viciously assails people and is a good roaster he is al ways an unworty character We never knew a good man who enjojed abusing people but we never knew a loafer who says every clean indus trious reputable man is a thief he says it is an apolQ gy for his own worthlessness You all know that the successful industrious men in any community are honest success is impossible without honesty Trust money in the hands of any successful in dustrious man and you will get it back on the date agreed upon III I wrote to Doctor Pierce who sent me- a very kind letter and advised me Thousands of Weak and sick women ofperfectDt Pierce Sick and ailing women are invited to consult Dr Pierce letter free All correspondence heldas strictly private andsacredly confidential Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription cures weakand aching backs headaches nerv bycuringthem In the spring of icon I became veer WesbingIn atallthe pains In 10Dradvised me to take tlls Favorite Prescription sLtbottles j cannot enough in favor of Dr Fierce medicines Favorite PrescriptioH6 makes weak Acceptnoworks wonders rot weak women Dr s P1eflt Pellets are the most ira taTative for delicate wove 1Lv i T 7lfftYIJ genuineLaxativetba remedy that cnrva a cold In ono day The actor prefers a shot TUU to long walk Stops tho Cough ani Woks off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 rents Blessings often come disguised False teeth never aehe TO CUBa A COLD INaNE DA- rk Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It signatureisTin weather prophet never bets on htown pruilimiqn Ttttcr SatUhudtu aiid Eczpma The intense itching and usrting met lent to these diswiavs is uiMJiutly allayed oy applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many vc bad lHf Javo been permanently cnnitl by it Ir is equally efficient for itchhg piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 jts per box Dr Codys Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are tot food but putahorsecents per package No man can hope to shake the laud of fate One Box Cures Fczema I had a very severe case of eczema and tried several remedies given mo by different druggists but they did not give me patisHCtion Mr Eyinann recommended your Reiiiicts Eczema Cure and it pave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar PcnHliug Wars w Illinois For sale by It L Iiddloton 5Junely IWhPlll fellow gets told he is apt cheap Spring Fever Spring fever is another name fur bil iousness It is more serious than most people think Atorpid liver and iuact live bowels mean a poisoned system lineglectcd serious illiiCfg may follow such symptoms DeWitts Little Ear ly Risers remove all danger by stimula ting the liver opening the bowels and JlupuritiesSarepllIsen De Witts Little Early Risers for tor pid liver every spring for years writes K M Everly Moundsville W Va anythingIThe favorite air with most girls isa millionaireA Real Friend I suffered from dyspepsia and indi gestion tor fifteen years says W T Sturdevnnt of Merry Oaks N C After 1 hat tried many doctors and mod icines 10 110 avail one of my friends per suaded me to try Kotlol It gave im mediate relief I can eat almost any tIling I want now and uiy digestion is gmiil I cheerfully recommend Kodol Dont try to cure stomach trouble by dieting That only further weaken the system Yon heeil wholesoinB streii tlieiiinir food Kodol enable 11igitiIl6The had boy says his mothers slipper must be hard to be Mt Of what does ahal tae in your niDiili reiniiul you It indicates tlint vonr stomach is in bad condition and will remind you that there is nothing good for such a disorder us Cham berlhiiis Stomach Liver Tablets aFo ter having once used them They cleanse antI invigorate the Itomach and regulate the bowels For sale at 25 eta per box by Stockton Hagan 1m When a married womin telopes with anotlier man its hard to tell where the sympathy belongs For biliousness n4e Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels effecting quick anti permanent rure For sate by Stockton Hagan 1m Tou had better lied about than to belying about others =Filthy Temples in India Sacred cows often defile Indian tern pollutedCleanse your sy tem with Dr Kings miseryTheygood digestion tine appetite Onlv 25c at Perry Thomass drugstore Itu People who seek happiness on the run seldom find it A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles cemoves gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lameback rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men andwomen regulates bladder trouble in children If not soil by your drug gist will be sent by nnil on receipt of- H One finall bottle is two months treatment and will euro any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 69 St Louis Mo drugJrlstRichmond KyHEAD Tins Richmond Kj Feb 0 IDOl Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used OLe bottle of the Texrts Wonder Hallit Great Discov err for kidney and bladder trouble I islngitfeel better than I hiavqn twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec Two Valdldorfaaj The faculty of Centre College of Cen trjil University has aivarded tile liquor of second valedictorian to Mr W T Woodard who was a student of Central University before tbe consolidation onlytimethat two valedictorians have been chosen except wh h their literary standing was the samcf Asnmiounceil in Fridays Advocate Ir Alfred Big gins of Stanford w ju the honors of first vnlpilictorian RinvilleAdvocate Bv killing all over Hiu we are enabled to take fresh young minds and train them up to actually believe they ae blessed by being taijjd without representation and goverrled without cpr ryJongandten will have to lie repeated I Thf hg head is produced by the head i jinsf too lull oljempt nets =A lawyer may havf plentf of suits j and then be shahily djeszei- lTlioway of the traliszressnr Is genj emily pretty tough oflUu other fellow A chickens neck i fiibeIl in cs j much as Itll wrung dinner IBefore R girl tMwllherself at a yqanin she pogHtto be sure li 1 agQQdtMch 1 f ALL WOMENI WiRe of Cardui is tho guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during tho trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing floo Ungand mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tho change of life WDOOEOF RDtll cures leucorrhoea falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every form1it is valuable in every trying period of a womans life It reinforces the nervous system tcts directly on the genital organs and is the finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist for a 8100 bottle of Wino of Cardui Batesville AUw July 1U 1800 I am Wine of Cardnl and Tiled fords BlackDraught and I feel like a different Oman already Severe dies linen keep tho medicines in their homos all the I have three girls and they are using It with mOo Mrs KATE DROWDER rot zsvtce end Utratre adt1xnigITbgl- ymotolut Tb Laj Adytsory VPlltt- molll 1tze Cbsttanooga led1cno Conipnn Chatinoogi Te- snBUSINESS eee 9 PROPOSITIONA Ih chtckJ rJtbatsP a barrel of Oil for f5 and pell it 9 forlothatsBuslneas A tJIan hItS 111 a well 90 feet deep for JlOthafs La Edison takes a cylinder mrd itmakes it talk thats Ingenuity JI Marconi takes an instrument with 1 t4 tfmilthatit takes liarifoam the Shampoo Tonic I and Dandruff Cure sellB It to the public It will stop the hair from tal wit and remove Ita Godsend dandrulfthlLtsJ Price 25c Per Bottled tjtForSale By WINESc ttJ e le m PorSale The National Collection Agency IWashington D C Will dispose of the following judpnient- gA k W Webber Berkley Ky JU8 16 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 SoW Powell Dixon Kyd moo- N O Brandon Co Uexter Ky 33211- S K Young k Son OIa8 Ky 10 Wm Kaepzten Milton Ky 25 41 IJf Phlppj Mt SierliM Ky K K Ferdinand Scbobte M O Robt W Oven LoatoTil e It 0 it J Durrett Prcelou St rpad Jefferson county Ky S 60 A Austin Hockport Ky 111 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myt lem Low Rates Queen and- Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW Southern Baptist Convention Asheville N C May 15 Confederate Womens Club Los Angeles Cal May 1S Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights of Pythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 ++Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets read via Qneen Crescent Route and thereby get good service apr23 tf Of Vital Interest 1 WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently 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 and adjoining coun highestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a producethat we propose to lead in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near LN Depot 2J janly RICHMOND K- iWest LOWEST RATES EVER IN EFFECT To All Important Points In CaliforniaWashington Utah Oregon Wyoming Montanaa- nd all other Western St- atesCHADviaI One way tickets sold daily until April 30 via AliREGULAR ROUTES tospeeialjpoints 18 April 1 andl5 Apply to railway agents or address- D G EDWARDS P TIM Cincinnati Ohio fe J i f F Louinille Atl1UUC iilo1 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BICHMttND or mbrrl1Jeand For Irvine f1151amFor Miller Creek TRAINS ARRIVE BIpnjjlOND From LouIsTille Lexington at IUD Cincinnati i StpmF- rom Irvine m 220 pm From Jlll11er Creek 830am C It DROWNING ten Mgr DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache UREBladder Dont bscone discouraged There is a cure for you 1fnieearY writ lr enact He has pent a tile timo curlrsjust such cnsetI as you rs AH consultat joiis Dr Pennefs KWoey and Dukacb Cure Is ho cause of my being alive today I had suffered croatly of kidney dlsciiso forycurs and reduced In weight to 120 pounds I now wehgh1CSpuids W 10lcG tfGIN Olive Parnacc 0 Prusslsts f Ask for Cook Book Free Cure ClrcullLr Dr ST i i ut UtIIIUL Fennor KredoniaNY Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Mrs Bethseba Adams decelsed are requested to file same on or before rune 25 prop erly verified or same will be blued Those knowing themselves to be indebted to the es state are requested to call and seUIe R C ADAMS mat it Administrator UREY D Dr Johnsons Dog Remedies Will Do The Work For Mae Eczema Distnraper and Fits and all the ill dog flesh is heir to Dr Johnsons Flea and Shampoo Soar ib this onlv dog soap on the marke guaranteed lo kill fleas For sale by PERRY THOMAS mU2flf II UUUflj Dyspepsia Cur Digests what you eat thidigestantsfood Itgives instant relief and newe- lfaIls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured aftereweryththg else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomach thrive on it First dosertlleves Adlctunnecessary Cures an stomach troubles ChicageTileFor sale liy Perry hunnis e THE 4 Lexington Democrat J oos THE ONL y DAILY k UemocralicPaperPUBUSHED I Blue Grass RegionJ +It is especially devoted to nnocratLnews wIthout fear or faycr II JSubscription Price 500 a Year 1 15 Cents a Week by C3 I lerJ++ t W P WALTON 40Rc J f Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes tilE most attractive excursion rates to Colorado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable tow first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 tfrn Kansas City 2500 Iron Chlcagogoodall summer plusJOOCheap to Pacific Coast Too May27thtoJtne 8tf Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good 61 days variable routes from St Louis 4750 Ironi Chicago 5000 Missouri River 4500 all lower than the one way rate only Portlandseats free standard sleepers or ExcurstolJsChief SaltLakeMinnesotaJOOOlakes antI countryfrequent orrto Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow adviseTCl1stepd orCalifarnia C ttstreetCmcmnatJ St Louja WAXUU 1 Paitlit 4Ii1 JJ r1 Come in I And Examine 1 This Range Wt We can convince vJQ1ft otfJer wince you of the fart tfar better than a Cast Rac1 7I I The Majestic Is made of Malleable Iron and w warp or break like a cast stove C andsee for yourself CultivatorIAf the right prices A few Tongue Cul tivators at J 6 Others from 15 up Screen Doors at Your Own Pri Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experienced workmantArbuckl- Simmon IIMajestic Headquarters ill SksktleeT It is time you were thinking ah r your 59 3brrbkxc and therefore it is time to thinkrus You cannot be too partieu about your tf You want a large and ariedstO to select from You want wi ktelligentrightprieWethese wants in the fullest meusu and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before placingyour oi I I W08Oldharn Cor 2d and Irvine StsrRICHMOND Julj3My KENTUCKY S I lil I Save Money StfrQmS crease We prove to each patron that they only get the BEST GOODS FURNITURE IJNTHE I I but the LOWEST PRICES Once you tr with us always our friend and patron Give Ia trial order and we will prove our ability please We pay HIGHEST MARKET PRICE e I for all Countrj Produce and Beef IIi ts ifyou want the best Groceries at est Prices call on u- s0POwELL BRO Raymond Physical Development Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY ITeaches the onlY Scientific Method of think Physical Culto yeEachno or apparatus minutesnpumpSpureare Indlroubleyon two entuetherebyt thtinelhytion Our method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 Gmay3l11JEANRA YMOND Instructor 1JM zI 1 PER YEAR f