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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 23, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 ric1902072301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 23, 1902. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr itTHE RICHMOND LIMAX OLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 23 1902 NUMBER 9 the ice for soon be called service as here Vhy not buy a new clean one make the water more invit hen is your Jld Freezer w ii out Get an O U Fivezer and you will 1 regret the money s nt Anl last but not least liiiit forgetthatwe sell ihost Stoves on earth u K Jewell Stoves iiI Ranges and one of our to the out of corn are the on uive up our of to the of it the be at of in in ml a few of our 10 tllclis 10 to60o flttTflS 40 to 70e pair 22 to3e r per dozen IS n r doyeii Jinr per Hit V rtteJCflflplcte iiirtrs Ih per sot The Wonderful Star Refrigerator The Best- iviade byicequestion and will save money you rater Coolers sparkling into Spring there e ALso MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come get BROWN CULTIVATORS keep weeds your They best earth IIt StIACKELFORD CO Main Street RICHMOND KY he Racket Store received and opened stock goods liiul citizens Madison and adjoining visit RACKET STORE where will found goods prices heretofore unheard Cen nluiky and especially Madison county Below many bargains IlOto4uLaiI2c JvrK vrI1c dinner will solve Galvanized wash tubs 50 to Co- cllucgv whips 10O and Sou Veb halters 18c Halter leads Sc Floor mops 12inch 15c 14inch lc 16inch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to o5c Stap 4 to 13o Chamois for Indies gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic tq 15c per yard I Laces embroideries 1 to 12c per yd Ladies white aprons 10 12 and 15c Seam braid 4o bolt I WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets JUKI complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which bids us to mention If you will give the Racket all examine our stock of goods and get prices we- s vt to add you to our list of customers We shall at all s mlpnvor to please our patrons and again ask that your s a call and examine our goods before purchasing l SUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery Ji STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWI splendid assortment of I 4 FURNITURE 1444444 4 TTTTwhich is more extensive now than ever Kvtry line is cristling with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU will probably lesiro Homo new piece WI IIH p now Chairs Tables niitrut ltlna CabiLskleBoard- vcrtbng suitnble for the Diiiing- llllOill linn HIs rl1l tock has just reuuhed as- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship ladies Desks best bargains ever oflVrodRockersany style you may wish GitlcIted V cry latest dcsipi- BSS Uia line of Leather Goods Plewn Iraming Carpets Matting and Hugsr 4+ + + + + +++ + + + ++ +++ 4++++++ ++++ + ++ ++ + 4 Irio S JOPLIN 1 I 220222 W Main Street +4 +4 i A + I Undertaking a Specialty North hinges G v EvallsJrE- mhnltnCr and Director 1 LR Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Slt Sand Lime Cement PIst rtF irtEtc C9rn MaIn W a ttjtt IytPfiOM 0 t A Huge Beef Combine A contemporary says that public interest in the devel opments now under way in the beefpacldng industry commonly believed to indicate a movement toward consoli packingtrust corporation will natur ally be of the keenest descrip tion The recent change of ownership of the St Louis Dressed Beef and Provision Company although the new local controllinginterest with a consolidation move ment is thought to be signi ficant of the progress of such a movementThis is held with especial tenacity in Chicago where it is stated that the Nelson Morris packing inter est is the real purchaser of the St Louis plant Nothing definite in the way of convincing con firmation of the story of the proposed packing merger seems likely to develop in the very near future but students of the general situation will be dis posed to credit the story There is a likelihood that the great packing houses have discovered in the recent past that the agreement ex isting among them does not cover the situation as completely as is desirable espec ially in the event of legal proceedings to prevent a combi nation in restraint of trade A merger into one corporation would undoubtedly theIthis end is well under way Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbuncles Etc Medicine Fres If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of tbe body aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips or trunis eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from SerioUS blood poison or the beginnings of deadly cancer You may be permanently cured by taking Uotarie Blod Balm B B B made especially to cure the worst blood and skin diseases It kills the poison in the blood thereby Rivinjjji healthy blood supply to the a licet od parts heals every sore or ulcer oven deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Especially- advised for all obstinate cases that have Jeuched the second or third stage Druggists Pl To prove it cures sam of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Bood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouae and free medi cal advice sent in sealed letter lin Congress has adjourned and Uncle Joe Cannon has been unchained Look at the appropriations It really seems that it would have been just as well not to have kept Uncle Joe tied down to busi ness all this time Cincinna ti Enquirer dem Saves a Womans Life To have given up would haVe meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorches ter Mass For years she had endured untold misery form a severe lung trou bIn and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doc bra and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was completely cured Sufferers front Coughs Colds Throat and Lung trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure isguaranteed by Perry Thomas druggist Price tOe and 100 Orial bottles free 1m Wild canaries were not yellow orig inally putjgreen or gray in dolor SECRETSAt tho Price of Suffering Woman on her way to seinimvaliilism caused by pregnancy suffers much pain Ignorance her to suffer done in silence and remain in the dark as to the true cause motherhood Mothers Friend takes the doctors place and she has no cause for an interview She is her own doctor and her modesty is protected Dailyapplication tr the breast throughout pregnancy will enable her to undergo the of in a Cheerful niood- and rest undisturbed MothersFrien 1 is a liniment for external use It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the success ful issue of healthy children All women about to become mothers nied ecnd puly to n store and for 100 secure ldbh1b HwltUyljablM 1I1Cho rglt of uaclnIlJiCothtrtllrl Oltt LO II nettt + tilL tttt p 4PF JP MMAYff A11AIS 1 i THE NEW BIRD LAW Which Was Passed by the Last Kentucky Legislature is Now in Full Force The new law passed by the last legislature for the protection of wild birds is a pret ty sweeping one and makes it an offense punishable by fine or fine and imprisonment both for one to have such bird dead or alive in ones possession This applies to all will birds that are kept imprisoned in cages and those about town who have their pet mocking birds that per haps they have had for years will have to liberate them or be fined or imprisoned It would be well for our people to read the law The following is an extract from the act passed by the last legislature for the pro tection of birds their nests and eggs Be it enacted by the Gener al Assembly of the Common wealth of Kentucky Section 1That no person shall within the State of Ken tucky kill catch or have in his or her possession living or dead any wild bird other than a game bird or purchase offer or expose for saletrans port or ship within or with out the State any such wild bird after it has been killed 01 caught except as permit ted by this act No part of the plumage skin or body of any bird protected by this section shall be sold or had in possession for sale For the purpose of this act the following only shall be con sidered game birds The Anatidae commonly known as swans geese branch and river and sea ducks the Ral lidae commonly known as rails coots mud hens gall mules the Simicolac corn monly known as shore birds plovers surf birds snipe woodcocksandpipers tatlers and curlews Gallinae corn monly known as wild turkeys grouse prairie chickens pheasants partridges and quails the species of Colum bidae commonly known as mourning doves Section 2No person shall within the State of Kentucky take or needlessly destroy the nest or the eggs of any wild bird other than a game bird or have such nest or eggs in his or her possession except as permitted by this actSection 3Any person violating any of the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be find S5 for each bird living or dead or part of bird or nest or set of eggs or part there of possessed in violation of this act or shall be impris oned not less than five nor more than thirty days for each offense or shall be sub ject to both one and impris onment at the discretion of the court Dont Fail to Try This Whenever an honest trial Is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify thu lilootl Its a wonderful tonic for rtmJown syetems Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders Nervousnessnleep lessness Neuralgia and expels Malaria guaian tlruggist8On Revolutionary Pensioner Dead A special from Knoxville Tenn July 9th says Mrs Nancy Jones a Revolutiona ry War Pensioner is dead at her home near Jonesboro Tenn Her death leaves taly two persons on the pension roll of that war In 1832 when sixteen years old she married Darling Jones hen sixtyeight years old who was a Revolutionary Watt sol dier He died in 1848 She had two sons in the Civil War on the Union side a grind son in the SpanishAmerican War She her sons and grandsons drew penmfion- sfrom wars covering a period of 119 years If a Man Lie to You And some otliersalvo ointamenL ailfOOdIUIouts ltIg1brtil nll kl lit9o 1 in CUBA where it is hot all the year round Scotts Emulsion sells better than any where the takingItwhat you have gained sampler409 Pearl Street New York see and lioo alt druggists Protect the Birds Last fall when the bird hun ters took to the fields in the promiscuous slaughter of the birds Pie Swafford of Bal lard forbid the quail hunters tresspassing and while the daily slaughter was going on on his neighbors farms the frightened quail soon learned to seek refuge in the thickets on Pies farm Many of his friends were offended at him for what they called downright cussedness but now comes the reward in a very unexpected and won derful way for while his neighbors were all planting their corn for thesecond time on account of the land being literally alive with cutworms Pie has the best stand of corn in the whole country A missing stalk can scarcely be found and not a single thing has suffered on account of cutworms This is an object lesson that ought to be heeded In stead of a wholesale slaughter of quail every year thous ands of dollars could be saved by protecting the birds which after all are the farm ers best friend Poisoning The Spstem- It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities Con stipation keeps these poisons iti time system causing headache dulnees and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and finally serious mm letw a remedy is applied DeWitts Little Early Risers prevent this trou ble by stimulating the liver and pro mote easy healthy action of the bow els These little pills do not act vio lently but by strengthening the bowels unable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress lin The Reason Why The Winchester Democrat says the general public often wonders why a newspaper does not write this man up or pitch into this or that thing and seem to think that we editors should be losing our tempers at all times In glancing over our exchanges we find the following which is worth perusing A man told us the other day that we did not publish all the things that happened We should say we dont In the first place we have others who de pend on us for a living If we published all that hap pened we would soon be with the angels In order to please the people we must print on ly nice things about them and leave the rest to the gossip Yes its a fact we dont print all the news If we did wouldnt it make spicy read ing But this would be for one week only The next week you would read our obituary and there would be another angel in heaven Vacation Days Vacation time is here and the chll dred are fairly living out of door8 There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals De Witts Witch HaZcl Salve for quickly stopping pain or removing danger serious consequences For ruts and wounds I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores cuts and bruises L B Johnson Swift Vex It is the best remedy on the market Sure cure for piles and skin diseases Beware counterfeits 1m Remarkable Coincidence A Remarkable circumstance in connection with the death of Mr John M Bodine of near Maud who died sudden ly June 23 is related to the Standard On the 14th of the month nine days before his death Mr Bodine went to Mr Ham Shewmakers a neighbor to haul away some corn Just before leaving Mr Shewmakers with a load of the grain Mr Bodine with a pocket knife cut a small branch from i an elm tree which stood near by The branch was cut away in the forenoon and during the af ternoon of the same day the leaves on the tree began to drop and continued to wither until the death of Mr Bodinft when the elin was discovered to be entirely qead and at this time it jjgi almost bgraft of foltagei4 4F stPwn Stand IUI1I JJ l I Worked Liked a Charm An Irishman took contract to dig a public well When he had dug about twentyfive feet down he came OflG morn ing and found it caved in filled nearly to the top He looked cautiously around and saw that no one was near then took off his hat and coat and hung them on the wind lass crawled into some bush es and awaited events In a short time the people discov ered that the well had caved in and seeing Pats hat and coat on the windlass they supposed he was at the bot tom of the excavation A few hours of brisk digging cleared the loose earth from the well Just as the eager citizens had reached the hot tom and were wondering where the body was Pat came walking out of the bushes and thanked them for relieving him of a sorry job Hartford Herald A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVEIIY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of- U One small bottle is two mouths treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD Tilts Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Denr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Disiov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I hEWn ucing it today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec Profitable Speculation It is told as an actual fact that a Boone count man re cently bought a horse for eighty cents and afterward he traded the animal for a yearling heifer six shoats four barrels of corn and a gallon and a half of molasses He sold the heifer the next day for the neat sum of SlO He contemplates making a good profit on the remaining articles Columbia Specta tor Cut this out and take it to Stockton Hajsans drug store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets The best physic They also cor rect disorders of the stomach Price 25 cents 1m The first session of the Fif tyseventh congress now closed will go into history with the distinction above all that have preceded it of ap propriating nearly a billion dollars of the public money We had a billiondollar con gress five years ago and the country stood aghast at the extravagance But it took Speaker Reeds congress two years to reach the billion mark in expenditure while this one has done it in a sin gle session Under the Republican regime the ordinary peace expenditures of the government have doubled in five yearsBostonPostdem AN OPEN LETTER Address to Women by the Treas urer of the IV C T U of CfMr DEAR SISTEIIS I believe In advocating and upholding everything that will lift up and help women and but llttlo use appears all knowledge and learning if you have not tho health to enjoy It HRS Eo C SMITH U Having found by sri ence that Lydia E PlnkhaJnS Vegetable Compound is a medicine of rare virtue and having teen dozens of cures where my Buffering sisters have been dragged back to life and usefulness from an untimely gluvo simply by the use of a few bottlei of that Compound I must proclaim its virtues or 1 should not be doing yav duty to suffering mothers and dragj jeu out housekeepers Dear Sister Is your hcalU pjor do feel worn out and used Jnp especially do you have ofthe troubles which beset our setakeIadvice let the doctors aloneftY- Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound itis better than iny and all doctors ior it cures w d they do potML V c SMITH U3 3 Ik- St1 Treasurer W 0 T U xIa M Mo pWtoW If rHM K 1ikiI DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE 1e Carnage DOTS ot1Qt sotPto THE GRE- ATREMOVALS SALEATTHESe BUSY BEE CASH STORE BEGINNING 9th Will continue until everything in the entire establishment is closedout Prices have been cut on largestSale 2oooo of of Not a article in the Great Store will be We want to sell them all before we move and Shoes Hats of all kinds Dress Goods Suits etc have all been prices have been lost sight of This is a Sale for removal sale prices are CASt DOWN goods are Bring your Cash Bring your wagons and load up This will a Cleaning Up Sale in will sold before we move PROFESSIONAL CARDS p ATTOBNEYS RW MILLER ATTORNKYATHW UICUMOND KENTUCKY Office the Biirnam Building next door to armers National hank Ieb3lr A SULLIVJ ATTORKEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office overState Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen nIts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOKco over Taylor Bros Store ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Jt Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in Itbe Ccdini building and Sec and Street ave While t old drugstore 27 H C ASPEll M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prather Building Main Street relcphoue at residence the Carr place on Broadway W EVANS V D PHYSICIAN AND StmaEOif RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERT DBCTJS1 OP LOUISVILLE Ky jWOfflce next door to Government Building tUcnmSnd Ky Office hours3 to Hl to 4 novlTly Harry M Blanton xrOtct iu Bennett IJuIIding IJanl7 TELKlHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Wednesday July 9 1902 E 0 Yake L 8 Mrs IL OVuce L o SUta Dink Trust Hide Utarature furntah don application RN- tw e it ffBeellQOl totheptk 11 Wednesday Fresh New Goods Will Be o u uusingle reserved Dry Goods ClothingBo- ots Carpets Curtains Trunks Notions Tailormade reduced until former entirely tCash AT We need the money to build our large store house on Main street and these for when delivered them be Sweeping Out earnest Everything be SALE BEGINS JULY 9TH D OLDHAM CO KENTUCKY JACKSON ROBERTS PHYSICIANS ICITKONDKENTUCKY tTco1oy DENTIST Glyndon Osteopathic Physicians OONaUcTATIOIi July 1902 Worth Seasonable Unloaded Only W NOTICPWhen the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice 11 Thurman Grocery Co IjantI DEAL ooolfurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuralls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE 17 HURST BROS IF J SPENGLER FOR Photographs Of the High st Order j V VisittheOnr All Gallery taken First Prize tat different State Conventions Apr23 Smo bw s OPera itouie DPi rLexington Ky TISubscribeifor 4 4 The Richmond Climax rrf On1yJtOO 8 Y t f I 7 ir r o IIieRichinond Climax President 1 AU UILLEnh Manager ROUT 8 CROWE Editor WliDNESDAY JULY 23 1902 l T- lBYiQ Climax Pj tYCo ff = Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS vd FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON G IL nilBKRT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from this the Eighth Congressional 1U rid subject to the action of the Demo craic party We are requested to announce ROY l WHITE as a caudiUc for Circuit Court Clerk iIlallect to the action of the Democratic party 4are authorized to announce DAN It BB CCKan a candidate for Olfrk of the Madl son Circuit Court suojct to the action of the Democratic party I ierelw announce my elf a a ramlldate for the inmiflio f rCr ft slioti ir Cllli ubirct n ti miK til isO cntic inrtv llo log that iiV aus 1ti ii the vast wilt favorably consider any claiuia that I may have to the nomination and if nora inied t prOmise tu5e all honorable means to iecslre my clection lnd it elected to endeavor us have in the past to faithfully discharge ray dnttr a Clerk Thanking the people for part and future favors I am RespectfullyS Ve are authorized to announce GEORGE D JVHITE of Whites asl candidate for It rk of the Madison CircuIt Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Awful are punishments vis itid by this republic upon of iit ers who bring reproach up on their tlling and their coun try as witness Eagan who i blackguarded his superior I sentenced to do no work and i draw full pay for a term of years and Smith condemned to receive about 3000 per ycardurinprhisnaturallifeand do nothing but sign his pay voucher Unfortunately for Walker he has acquitted other wise he probably would have undergone the humiliation of double pay and a job as assis tant secretary of somethingor otherLexington Democrat THE special Souvenir Edi tion of the Harrodsbivrg Dem 1ocrat which was issued last week is one of the best that has come to our table in a long time It was profusely illustrated and its columns were filled with interesting and well written historical and personal sketches Among the other prominent men rep resented was Hon John n Ciienault Madison countys candidate for the nomination fer State Auditor- CNVENTIONs were held by tli Democrats in all the coun tis of the Tenth Congres sional District Saturday to in struct for the next congress mal nominee Hon J B V iiitc of Irvine leads all oi iltr candidates in the coun tis reported The District C invention will be held at Vst Libert tomonowJ vteu the nominee will be CIIusiii THE appropriation for pen si us during the past session ol Ci mgres aggregated 139 JS2i50 This amount in iides only a few claims for pensions due to the Spanish and Philippine war CI tBrowerCO1 LEXINGTON KY rt IJLYeurnnce ALE A Comfortable Reflec tion is to know you made a purchase dur ing this sale WeMayBePersistent But until every house keeper knows of the fvalues we are offering in Carpets Wall Paper Draperies Furniturewe will keep hammering away 4t Come in and look over our vcrious departments k ii lIt j fcFBrowef4Co WAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Ey r 4i IT IS OVER Elks Fair and Carnival Furnishes Six Days of Fun For Everybody A FINANCIAL SUCCESS The first annual Elks Fair and Carnival of Richmond was brought to a close Saturdaynight It was one of the most successful fairs ever held in the county and the pro moters and managers ef the enterprise deserve great credit for their excellent work during the weeks of preparation Every day was a big day and the crowds that hung on from Monday morning until Saturday night showed how the special attractions were appreciated On Wednesday morn ing some hundreds of Lexington Elks and other citizens came in for the day and succeeded in making things lively wliilf they sf aye The party was headed by the Elks Drum J rp wili ELm W S Hnmston in the lead and the ever popular Frank P Kenney bringing up the rear Theguests of the day made Jexington Day one of the most attractive of the week The Floral Parade of Thursday was probably the most gorgoreous spectacle ever presented in this city The pro cession was headed by the band followed by a platoon of police next came the mounted guard and behind them the royal float drawn by four white horses on which sat the Qneen of the Carnival Miss Florrie Chenault in regal state surrounded by her maids of honer Misses Sarah White Katie Smith Carlisle Chenault and Marv Evans and the lovely little flower girls Misses KathleenSullian and Anna Bennett Cohen Then came the handsomely decorated car riage occupied by President H H Colyer Hon J A Sullivan Exalted Ruler of Richmond Lodge No 581 Senator James B McCreary and Hon R W Miller The fire department city officials float and numerous other decorated carriages and floats added to the beauty of the parade The procession arrived at the grounds at 1130 passing once around the ring drew up in front of the grand stand where Senator McCreary delivering an eloquent and appropriate address placed the crown upon tne brow of the Queen of the CarnivalIn afternoon of Thursday the Fair was honored with the presence of Governor J C W Beckham accompanied by Insurance Commissioner John B Chenault Assistant Secretary of State Harry Tandy Commonwealths Attorney Robert Franklin md Assistant Adjutant General Percy Haley The Governors party was accompanied by fifty vis iting Elks from Paris and Winchester The visitors were met at the station by a committee of the Lodge and the city and county officials and escorted to the grounds to the ever stirring strains of Old Eel tucky Home Amid intense en thusiasm the Governor i lid his partywere driven through the grounds to the densely packed and cheering grand stand where he was introduced by Hon R W Miller Governor Beckham responded in a most impressive and feeling ad dress recalling the happy days spent here at College and paying a touching tribute to the ability and fidelity of his old instructors Thursday was a happy day for everybody the attendance during the diiy being estimated at about six thousandThe weather during the whole week up to Saturday had been almost perfect and it was thought that Louis yule Day would be the best day of all but it was spoiled by the terrible wind and rain storm which passed just at noon leaving the grounds an almost total wreck Louisville Day had been looked forward to with great pleasure and all Richmond was waiting to give the visitors a rousing reception Little was done at the fair grounds be fore 32 oclock the hour for the Louisville delegation to arrive The special train carrying about 600 Louisvillians pulled in about 12 oclock and was met by a delegation of Richmond Elks and citizens The parade was formed at the station headed by Louisville Drum Corps the Newsboys Band and the Richmond Military Band It was a great dis appointment to hosts and visitors alike when they reached thus Campus to find that the storm had beaten them to the place All the principal shows on the Midway were either blown down or badly damaged and some were total wrecks However there was nothing to do but make the best of a bad job so all started in to have funrrhe visitors wefce not long in getting ito the spirit of the play and all seemed to enjoy the day despite tile drawbacks They rode the merry goround and laughed at the mule race and admired the stock thereby making mans fast friends among the people of Madison county The Drum Corps and Newsboys Band added much to the entertainment and the members of both organizations were given the privelges of the grounds At four oclock the two bands marched away to the station and the first Elks Fair and Carnival was practically over PERSONAL Miss Annie Kennedy is visiting friends in Stanford Mr S A Wallace of Lexington was in the city Thursday Mrs L ATCSt of Irvine is the guest of Mrs Claude SmUhIMiss Lila Taylor of Xicholasvillo visited relatives hero last week Col W W Piss lot yesterday for a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Anuelma Cobb of Stanford it visiting friends in the city Dr W W Busgin andlittlo daughter are visiting in Crab Orchard Mr James Rice of Red Lick was in this city Monday on business Mrs J X Turner is the guest of her mother Airs W R Letcher Sr Mr and Mrs II P lleid are attending the Mt Sterling fair this week Miss Mary Miller of Lexington is visiting Mrs G V Pickels Miss Sadie FogOf Lexington is the guest of Miss Emily Chenault Miss Christine Bradley was the guest of friends in the city during the fair Mr Henry Knight of ISJcholasvUIe is the guest of Mrs T T Covingtou Miss Florence Winn of Winchester was the guest of MiSS Sue Hume lat week Miss Lucia Bnrnam returned Sat urday from a two months stay atJAbh vtllNO Prof Milton Elliott Jr of Ufociug ton WItS the ol Mr TEAruold fiMrsParis are visiting Col and MrsG iI- EdgarMrs DavijlJlTevis has as her guest this weekMisa Mary Smith Barrett of LouisvilleMrs Shanks of Stanford is the guest other parents Mr and Mrs TK Baldwin Miss Hallle Hamilton of Wiseman town visited relatives in this city and county last week Mrs Joe Oldharn who has been Very ill at her hOme near Brassfield is reported much better Mrs George Fitzgerald antI 31 rs Lou Elgin f Georgetown nrti visiting MrsHGrlrUlr Mr and Mr3 W Buekcf of Lex i r i or I ington were the guests 01 Mrs Tevis during the fair Mrs Lucy Barley a Louisville is the guest of her brother R C Moore near White Hall Mr Robert Taylor has returned to Cincinnati after a visit to his father Dr Taylor and family Messrs A E Hundley and Logan Deimy of Danville were among the fair visitors last week Miss Mary Stewart of Deland Florida is visiting her onsin Mrs T E Arnold on High street Miss Freida Dever of Newport is visiting her aunt Mrs Jerry Towers on Halliu Irvine street Mrs Jennie Grider of Speedwell is visiting her brother Mr T L Todd and family at Ford yesterdaylorfriends from Winchester Mr George D Weatherford came up from Hustonvillo last week to meet all his old friends at the fair Messrs George McRoberts and Josh Bell of Danville spent several days with friends hare last week Mr Donald Dick and sister Miss guestslastMrs William Shearer and Mrs Por ter of Lexington were the guests of Mr Kerrys Hagan last week x LIngtonMrs H C Rice during the fair Messrs Hite Huflbkor and Ned visitorscluhtuended rrsF wIl AVilker8on returned to her home lit Lexington Monday after PigglrsClara Hayden were auionc the Lexington visitors at the Elks Fair last week Miss Mamie Aslicntft and Miss Bar ker of Irvine spent last week with Mrs G F Uradlfjr and attended the fair Mr and MrsG1 Bradley and little Son Ga S Bradley Jeft Saturday for astaV at the BIde Lick springs and UiirlisleMhrTiieodore Wilson and daughters Misses Katie anti Georgia of Estlll llerelastMIw ElkaUtli ililler hat retail 1 j to Indianapolis Ind after several weeks visit to Mr and Mrs A D Miler and family Mr and Mrs Smith Myers and little daughter of St Louis are guests this week of thQ formers parents on East Main street Mrs George Engleinan and laughter Miss Nannie andMIssea Fue and Nan nie Engleman of Stanford are the guests of Mrs T T Covingtou Messrs J A Bell of Shelby county Reese Owings of Mt Sterling and Clarence Kenney of Paris all old col lego students were among the visitors here last week Miss Eleanor Clifinault entertained n few friends Monday evening at her beautiful home Cumberland View in honor ot her guest Miss Lillian Cecil of Danville Mrs Amanda Hall was takenserions ly ill while away from home last Fri day and was for several days in a pre carious condition Her friends were pleased to learn that she was some bet yesterdayMrs Leavell Misses Mattie May and Lillian Leavell Joe Helen and Wadelee Maret Katie Patton Messrs Oscar Patton and Walker Bnrnside of Bryatitsville N J Pearl of London and Prof Milton Elliott of Lexington were the guests last week of the Messrs Fraza The Mexican Herald City of Mexico July 8 Miss Fannie Wallace teacher of the Presbyterian school atTampico is spending her vacation with Mrs Stussv at No 13 San Juan dn Letran Both ladles are at home Monday after noon to their friends Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond who has been spending n month with Mrs William Oldham of South Broadway will return home tQmorrow Mrs Richard Morgan has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Clark Kellogg in Richmond Ky Mrs John Milward will leave soon for a visit to Mrs Kollogft Lexington Herald Mr R Zimmer and son Charley re turned Sunday from a pleasant trip to Germany They left here last April Mrs Zimmer met them in Cincinnati Dr Cris Fans one of the best den tists who ever yanked a tooth is spend- Ing a few days ir Richmond Hes an Elk and is helping the boys Lancas Cochrane Hunt of Hamp den Sidney College Virginia has been added to the faculty of Bellevue Col lege Wilmore He is a teacher of ex perience and conies with the best recommendations He was offered a larger salary in another State but preferred to come to Kentucky The faculty is detecmined to gije the people of J ssamil1e and neighboring counties the best advantages for the education of their boys and girls Jessamine NewsThursday July 17th Miss Elizabeth Gentry Miller celebrated ths fifth anniversary of her birth A happy crowd of the little tots responded to invita tions and from 4 to 0 oclock in the afternoon the front lawn prcsented a most pleasing picture Many games were indulged in until lunch was an nounced and no time was lost in get ting to tie hilling room after which more games were played until time to say goodbye which they all did re luctantly saying to the little hostess weve had such a good time One of the most enjoyable occasions during the Elks Carnival was the party given on Friday night by Miss Mary Evans daughter of Dr G W Evans in honor of her cousins Misses Mary Kate Hunt of Clark county and Alline Watts of Fayette county All who tire familiar with Richmond know the charming adaptability of Dr Evans home with its spacious parlors and beautifully kept grounds for a largo party and never was it more attractive than on this occasion with the floral decorations the artistic pro duction of Mrs Evans and brilliant gas lights Music dancmc anti the hum of merry voices gave animation to tins scene and all pronounced Miss Mary a most charming hostess During the evening ices and cakes were served Mrs Evans being assisted by Mrs Judge Benton of Winchester Among those present were Miss Hunt of Winchester Miss Watts of Lexington Misses Cecil and Mc Donald of Danville Miss Lackey of Missouri Miss Prewiitt of Lexington Misses Mary Evans Mary Miller Margaret Miller Eleanor Chenault Mar gretta Smith Bessie Tnbble Rosa May Aloberloy Edith Searcy Curraleen Smith and Margaret White Mwssrs William Smith Quinn Taylor James Triable Allie Hunt Marion Ross Joe Evans Overton Evans George Pickels Charles West Dr John Rutledce Davis Fishback Barbee Betts Lucian Burnam Jay Heath Edward Stockton George Willis Paul Goodloe George Dunlap Lewis Zaring George Hume WnrOeld Bennett William Marstello and Marshall Collin- sOtIAIRrAN Griggs of the Democratic Campaign Com mittee has obtained export ers prices from six cf the leading exporting firms of the United States showing that American wares are sold for less in European markets than at home In some in stances the article costs the consumer abroad less than half what is asked of the buy er here at home AN employee of the Gov ernment recently told a Con gressman that his new chief signed every document that was put before him without noting its contents The Congressman doubted the statement and a bet was made The Congressman waited and in a few minutes the clerk brought him his chiefs resignation duly signed Or the twentytwo thous and and twentytwo bills in troduced during thefirsfc ses sion of the fiftysev nth Con gress only 1503 became laws Poisoning The Spstem thebodytile8stemunsightlyeruptionst a remedy is applied De Witts troublebYImote easy healthy action ot the bow vieleutyels OBtblalhern to perform UiiifroivB work fIPf1e pdI lJitwt I CJ t ti f Window shades in stock and made loonier lOc np at WiHJjinga tf Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Have S L Midkifl t repair your old vehicles and make theta good as- new If Willing furnishes and papers your rooms from 300 p Choice of many patterns tf SoL Mrdkitf makes specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a trial order tf The L A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low onnd trip rates to all stations tf Now is tie time to call on S I Iliilkiil for bargains in carriages hug gies phaetons road carts etc tf Window glass all sisand kinds largest stock at Willg5njs prices al ways the lowest tint quality the best tf S L Midkiff can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always rigat Give him acall n if Willgings stock of wall papers is the largest finest most varied and cheapest in central Ky 3cts and up Try him tf My stuck of Jewelry cut glass etc Wild never more complete than now and my prices will please every bodyaprSO tf It E LANE If your watches clocks or in fact tuything in this line needs repairing take them 01 E Lane His wotk is the best apr30 tf Picture frames in stock and made to order at Willgings 4 inuh moulding 10x20 gilt frame all complete ready to hang 00 cabinet size 20c tf WillRlnsca strictly pure mixed paints made in all shades ef color Black and white last loiifmst go further and sold at reasonble price 209 West Main street tl Your city taxes are now due Please call andsettle L P Evans tf City Collector Willging with a force of skill work men contracts for and does all kinds of papering and painting on the most skillful manner at reasonable prices DO vexatious delays tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr- Sunday round trip rate on L A 100 to Versailles 05c Nicholasville- 70c Irvine 95cto Millers Creek One fare to all other stations tf Have just received one 01 the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that hits ever been shown in Rlthmond Callandexamine my stock before mak ing a purchase In this line aptoO tf L B LANE Lost A spotted sow Weight about 300 pounds A liberal reward is offered for her return to Powell Broil July 16tf Richmond Ky For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Tburinan Grocery- Co tf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this office and get reward may X G W EVANS For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 60x204 and the other 100x300 For terms apply dt this office racli2Gtf For Sale I offer for sale my residence on High street Iot is 00 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch ell all in Rood repair andwtll be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at E V Elders Store For 30 days we offer our entire stock of clothing shoes carpets dry goods millinery mattings notions etc at cost Now is the time to get bargains Our loss your gainRespectfully tf E V Elder Cheaper Than Going Barefooted 120 pairs of childrens and Miises tan oxfords good stylo toes dark shade sizes 81 to 11 and 11i to 2 Guaranteed all solid leather former price 125 will lose out the lot at oOc a pair Come early and get your choice tf Rice Arnold Residence for Sale A nice residence on High street con tainiug eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call on or addresseither of the undersigned MBS CINDA KAIJI TV II DOUGLAS july234t Richmond Ky Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy oreel real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rentii and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc fr a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CIIENAUIL and L P EVMNS apr10tf Real Eliate Acts Immediately Colds are sometimes more trouble some ih summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them tfhile cooling oil after exercises One Minute Cough Cure cures at once jjbso sutely safe Acts immediately ijure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles nnc Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing superior quality of SODA POPIof all flavors und wiHli ineveryPrices extremely km Cecil Catron Jwoctii CitY A iJol J Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against Dr C J Bales that arose prior to Ids assignment are requested to present same verthedas required by law to the undersigned on or before August 15 1902 or same will be barred 18un7w J TEVI8 COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors All parties or persons having claims against the estate of Ed Baxter diceaed will present eameverifledas the law requires to the undersigned on or before Aug 15 th 1902 or same will barredJuly 1902 Mrs Hattie A Baxter administra tor July 164t WALTERScollegiate Institute +James T Barrett Principal t Johns Hopkins University Robert F Hotcnesoa Associate HampdonSidney College +A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a Splendid General Education Prepares students for entrance in to the best Colleges and for liiirlier standing in many institu tions Offers these advantages An advanced Comtnone e n e Course of Study Thorough painstaking instruction by well qualified ami experienced teachers Firm discipline Study hours in the schoolroom under the personal supervision of the instructors Beautiful and healthful location with the commodi ous C U buildincs and grounds Modern and well equipped Gym nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 fall on or address JAMES T BARRETT Jaly22ra RICHMOND KY Public Sale 1 WILL ON Saturday1August 30 At JO Oclock A M on the premises sell to the highest bidder the farm known as the Col Reuben Munday farm situated in Madison county Ky 9 miles south of Richmond and 2 miles from Kingston lying between the Dig Hill Turnpike and the Muddy Creek road containing about 450 acres with good eubstatial dwelling tenant house two good barns andall other necessary outbuilding with the best cave spring In Kentucky in the yard trcod land lies well and mostly in grass It will be offered as a whole and as two separate tracts with privilege of accepting tho best bid Privilege of seeding will be given the purchaser anti full povsetsion January 1st 190- 3rEaMsonethird cash the balance in one and two years equal installments bearing per cent intercut Anyone desiring to look at said farm before the sale will call on Mr Jaiiies Hubbard on the premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any fur ther particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Crab Orchard Ky 23jul0t Estill Springsci CDcL CJ I fafafaJ fLu and f 1 1as- 1sot a a 2S n June 1st To October 1st On the Louisville At lantic R Ii and the Ken tucky River In the midst of Mountains and Romantic Scenery The White Sulphur is a specific ifor skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address W R Thomas Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY LADIESshould call for and see the new striped PAPERS being received at Willgings They are all the new fine Silks Satins and Damask finishes They are elegant but Will ging has made the prices so Very Cheap that cheapOtherand then we furnish every thing and paper your rooms from S3 up We are determined to be the cheapest and best in this State We make all kinds of Paints for all kinds of pur poses We give you the best for the least money Try us Our Window Shade Department is complete We make shades to fit windows Yours for business kMJillpey 209 W Main Wall Paper Window Shades Pail1tOilS Glass Picture TFl btI 0 i IBJ fifi 13 13 = frlJWm m 3 fII It ri iii 13 8 8 BEGINNINGS July 1st I WILL SELL FOR TenDays At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclock a t AbsoktelyCostv jtlThet 11111GinghamsPiques Swisses allover Lace7r 2 in white cream mid black 1RibbedHopsacking for Skirts Den s1ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook Swiss Edges and Inserting Corsets White Duck Iand etc see our Line and Purchase some of the Bargains t t OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINGo ZL Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless of Manufacturers Cost Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheapj Prices t 3 to 8 rct are OtrJ fens Suits at 499 Mens Best 499 Mens Suits at 600 This about the cost of the 500 Mens Linen Suits coat pants and vest 125 IMPORTANT MOTHERS READ THIS Boys Sts Boys Sth7s Good allwool three piece years up to JJ We can show you a better than all the in We the only house in who sell Alfred Cos a 0 ltlc o 5 J 0a We suits 149 w1 are arriving daily at our vast and Etc that ever In this line we please the most fastidious antiget stockof prices you are sureto buy A complete has just boon receIved and Is placed select sale We buy in the best markets of the world OB h i Is that what you want If so trade with h I i iL r 7tt3 trJ tr1 to 0 D 5sBst Allwool Allwool Flannels at Allwool Cassimere is trimmings TO 700 assortment Lexington together f are Lexington Benjamin LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY 1I1i ItZ f- tf 14 CI ti New Goods Emporium ofSprinKGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions was broughttollichmond Unequaled MountMellick ourreadvmade Skirt Department can seleotfrom New Matting now yonknowLowest Prices oJLee Smith tk l oo- sSast Oaos Suits 49c clothing houses clothing n so tosl4ctio SFntn 4 J=otn ic 71 III ii iT I ft EEDSie have received fine lot of German Southern Seed id invite you to call at our I store andexamine is stock before making a purchase This is e finest lot of German Millet ever brought to +ichmoridI f f I WOOL WOOL ire also wish to pjrchase yjar WOLand A1arantee to pay the highest market price for me Dont sell until you get our prices DEATHERAGE CO Jichmond Climax 1A JILY23 1902 Uilkcs smith Dentist is tel ever J B Stouffers tre 6febtf 1erUgI10tiaw any waruuP- rit welcome yon will get in liichraond jirls by scores uii in the bill igf r fii mashers criWi from Louisville list Kirhmon- dkUiie fatted calf is just run wide s c vinif done by half lef fin the side lUi t Richmond IcCrearv 8 there- e Vi ker tooab there e WTi kJ hang t Mi liSiHi County Fair- Tt Uichmond LsI1e Times i will give an excursion I miiiinati and return a leaving hero at 352 e n iiar train be late a stii am this point t thee KJiisTiI Fair gts Pythias at Nicholas I tij have an old lash fy 1r in September A Oood Pair in ins fine span of liar ti lit bine ribbons atd it t lirhmond Fair last FIUI this week at the ar L rIaniIleAdvocate 5r Opened tile county schools e in Monday the at places being very e Trs Institute will con iTii and will cause a break s r which all will get LITnest rets Day s I1 will bo observed at t ian church Sunday An excellent program Tt fir the occasion in t Milren of the church arv cordial invitation is itt n for allwho desire Ccddcrate Roster- I IrThompson by an f i v Kfckliam and Adj rav us begun the work oft pster or all the organi KertuUy soldiers that did trIonfeclerale army iai is in pursuance of a 1 by the last General 7fh 7i j 8f4 7F j M OJ tIV 7l tire Millet Dr Harry M Rlanton Dentist Office over Middletons drugstore July 17tf Gone to Mt Sterling After epcnding two weeks in this city Hecks Midway andJCarnival Show Co1 pulled up Saturday and went to Mt Sterling where they will show during the week Small Yield The blackberry crop is somewhat short this season There are plenty of briars but the combination of weather has not been such as to en courage them to yield plentifully This crop is quite an item to both rich and poor and they will be sadly missed next winter Good rum For Sale R H Bronauuh Agent advertises for salem todays CLIMAX the Reuben Munday farm nine miles from this city It is a good farm easy of access and will be a great bargain for the right man Will be sold Saturday Aug 30 at 10 oclock See advertisement in another column Dismissed In the argument for the dismissal of the warrant against Mrs Littleberry Bedford at Paris last week Mr Dicktou said if a few more Bourbon county wives were to choke their husbands who were abusing them society would be benefitted in which County Attor ney Dundon agreed Promoted Mr John L Alverson who has held for several years a position in the Record Clerks Division of the Govern ment Printing Office in Washington was recently promoted to theTreasury Department at an increased salary Mr Alverson is one of the most lar young men who ever went outof Richmond an I all his friends hero at home are glad to hear of his good for tune To Cut us Out Circus men ars grumbling over the law passed by the Kentucky Legisla ture making the license for a circus for each ICO voters for each performance in the county where the show is given Each side show where separ ate admissions are charged must pay half as much The old law required animal showato pay a license of only five dollars The circus men say they will cut Kentucky out hereafter This will leave several thousand good dollars in every town each year which would otherwise follow the circus Stricken With Paralysis Mr Wra Dozier aged about seventy years was stricken with paralysis at his home near Red House about ten days ago and has since been in a criti cal condition although it is now be lured by his friends that he has an even chance for recovery Mr Dozier is widely connected in the county and his friends are hopeful that he may speedily recover There to Stay Lexingtonstaynotwithstanding jure and run him out of town Ho says bythe corruptioninhead every scoundrel big or little who strays out of the straight and narrow path Crab Orchard fair Mr R II Bronangh of Lincoln coun ty attended the Elks Fair last week and expressed himself as highly pleased with the exhibition as well as with the royal welcome the Richmond pee pie gave their guests Mr Bronau Is President of the Crab Orchard Fair Association and while here dill some spieling on his own account As a re sult number ot Madison county people will take In the Crab Orchard Fair this week Special Agent hasIis a new office and involves on the agent the locating of and selling all lands throughout the State that have been sold by the Sheriffs for taxes and upon which State taxes are due lIe will assess and sell this property for the State taxes The sale willeffect the title of scores of companies now op erating such lands for oil and timber andmeans much to the holders of such leases State Guard to More Adjt Gen Murray has completed are rangements for the moving of the companies of the second Regiment of the State Guard to the camp of instruc lion at Mammoth Cave All the com patties will move on the morning of July 30anjl will arrive at camp either on that day or the day following Company E of this city Capt J J Green leaf will leave Richmond at345 Wednesday morning arrive at Lebanon junction at 3 p m leave Lebanon junction at 310 p m special train and arrive at Mammoth Cave at 610 p m Company E will be joined by the Danville boys at Junction City Created A Sensation Yesterday moruinga young man glv ing his name as T M Talbott of Bour bon county and who had been attend ing the Richmond Fair appeared on our streets with a suspicious leokinc eruption on his face An examination showed that he had a mild attack of smallpox and he was sent to the pest house by the authorities It was amus ing to watch some of the oflicals talk to him at long distance and some of them looked as if they prefered a telephone When lie went down street on his way to the pest house he had all the room he wanted and nobody felt like crowding him The case is of a very mild form and no apprehension need be felt Winchester Democrat Interesting to 2d Kentucky A Washington special says The Spanish War claims of the State of Kentucky presented to the department by Capt C0 Calhoun of Lexington will be certified by the Auditor within a few days They will amount to about 30000 which isin excess of the amount expected by the State officials These claims involve pay due soldiers of the fourth volunteer regiments Capt Calhoun said today that he will appeal from the decision of the Auditor to the Controller of the Treasury as soon as certification is made The Au ditor he said settled the claims upon a basis which will not allow the regi ments as much as they are lentitled to For example tlie rations and pay of the First and Second regiments from the time they reported for duty to the date of enrollment have been disallowed Capt Calhoun believes the Controller will pass upon the case and dispose of the appeal within a month and in the event of favorable action the soldiers will receive about 50000 No con gressional action is necessary for the payment of this claim A Window Fire IAbout nine oclock Saturday night blaze was discovered in one of the show windows at Covington Bank clothing store and before it was ex tinguished tho window display was ruined causing damage of about 2tX which was insured It is not known how the fire started but it is thought to have been caused by a Jive wire The window was beautifully decorated with paper hangings and other In ama ble materials which burned rapidly making it impossible to saveantbing in the window We carry the largest and most complete line of f S tS t to be found in Rich mond All the Upto Date styles Our prices are the lowest The new and nobby J things in gtIlJrtl 1wI g AND N1K WR A full and complete line of Ments Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars J and Cuffs t1I r j EARNfJt t j o13 u j UI 0 C 0 4iII u d ou 1 rn1j e 0u Small Supply of Teachers The third examination for white teachers was held in the office of the County Superintendent last Friday and Saturday There were but three appli cants for the examination making a total of fortyelght for the year The number examined this year Isless than half what it was last year and is small er than it has been during the five years Mr Wagers lhas been in office About one third of those examined have failed to get certificates Drug firm Dissolred Messrs It C Stockton and T S Hngan who have been associated in yearshaveretiring The business will here after be conducted by Mr Stockton on the same high plane it has always held Mr Hagan has been in business here since his graduation from Central University In 1883 and has always enjoyed an excellent trade Mr Stockton who has had many years experience in the business has hundreds of friends who wish him success A Hint to Candidates A Kansas candidate for a county office has introduced a novel and what seems to be a very useful plan of alec tioneering In his rounds he takes with him in his buggy a competent plowman When he hails a farmer in the field the plowman takes the plow or cultivator and the work goes right on while the farmer stands in the shade of the hedge row and listens to the tale the candidate tells It works like a charm Some farmers would rather be talked to for a whole day in the shade than plod in the new field behind the implement Seep Right Right On The first few advertisements may not bring many inquiries but like the foundation of n building they are ful filling their purpose even if they do not make much of a showing Keep right on building Keep right on advertising Dont be discouraged because the foundation doesnt show up very much compared with what you expect the ultimate result to be If the advertisement is well done and in the right medium you are just as sure of having well built business as the builder is sure of having his house completed when the necessary expense and worK are put into it Wall fulled Down The wall on the East side of the Richmond National Bank which be gan to crack several days ago was pulled down Monday morning in order to save the rest of the building About two weeks ago when excavating for the foundation for the new Oldham building adjoining the bank the contractors saw that the bank wall was not sale A few days later the wall began to crack and the work on the new build ing was stopped Saturday night a part of the foundation whfch had been undermined fell out and then in was seen that it would be necessary to pull the wall down It was an exceedingly dangerous job but fortunately no one was hurt The new walls will be laid on a solid rock foundation Fine Work Capt James Wilkerson of the Lex III ton police force was engaged by the Richmond Elk Lodge to assist Copt Allraan and the police force of this city in looking after the crowds during the Fair Capt Wilkerson is a splen did officer and while here did some admirable work for which he has received much praise from the local officers and the executive committee of the Fair During the first days of the fair he spotted about fifteen pickpockets and suspects who were locked up andafterward given time to leave town The work of the officers was done so well that not a single loss was reported during the week Another notable feature of the Fair was that there was no drunknesa nor rowdyism of any kind and although the city was crowd ed every day perfect order prevailed The state Guard Entampment The Louisville l Nashville railroad officials are putting forth every effort to make tie State Guard Encampment to be held at Mammoth Cave from July 30 to August 18 the most attractive and entertaining encampment yet held and to this end the social feat urea will be quite extensive Three Grand Balls will be given during each regiments stay in camp aside from the hops that will occur each night One ball will be given in honor of the Governor one in honor of the Adjutant General and one in honor of the o flcers of the regiment The satisfac tion of viewing Mammoth Cave the pleasure of boating bathing and fish ing in historic Green rher together with the numerous social festivities will make this and exceptional time for making the trip Lowest rates ever given by railroads in the state will prevail while equally low rates will be given at tho hotels and for Cave fees Oab OrcharJ Fair Today tomorrow and Friday will be great days at Crab Orchard and indi cations mire that the largest crowd ever in tho historic little city will be pres enteach day The Springs hotel together with other other hotels and boarding houses will be ample to ac commodate all who go Time grounds are the prettiest in Kentucky tho new grand stand being so situated that a view ot the entire track will be had tho track being kite shaped and ta level as a billiard table Crab Orel aid is always pleasant no matter how hot tho sun shines elsewhere there being an abundance of shade and the best water in time world The directors have hung up liberal money in each ring and the show of stock wilt equal of any fair in this section The rates each day will prove a big drawing card as some fine runners trpttersand pacers have been entered forthme show There will be a mule race every day Merry gorounds and other amusements will be on hand Heavy Storm Another heavy wind and rain storm struck us at noon Saturday doing a great deal of damage about town Hecks MidWay and Carnival shows were nearly put out of business all the larger tents being blown down 1 he Crystal palace Red Dome and Palace of Illusions were totally wrecked while the tents of the Daep sea Divers and the Flying Dutchman wpre badly damaged Tie Joas to the show com pany is estimated at 1000 Mr John Rupards stable on the E UIslqe of the Campus was blown down The old grand stand on the athletic field was unroofed and several smaller build ings wero damaged Although there was qqtea crowd on tho grounds at the tithe yet fortunately no ono WM injured Time oldl grandstand which ittaaolUhejl WBS erected jaM 10 ycrf ftpo ill July 1682 Mt M tf iQ4 PER CAPITA REDUCED MidisonCqinty Teachtn Will Lose In AfpejaU About 1500 State Superintendent of Public Ins ruction McChesney has declared the sjhol per capita for the operation of the common schools in Kentucky for the current year to be 232 This is based on a school census of 732734 children and an estimate of 1730221 58 incomt The per capita fixed is a decrease from last year of eighteen cents This will be bad news lor Madison cuiiutv teichers for it means a loss of nearly 2000 to them Tlilx Superintendent McChesney ex plains in a letter addressed to County Superintendents and City School Boards irf the result of a heavy falling oif in the collections made for the year just closed from licenses State banks and miscellaneous corporations The shortage from these sources caused a large deficit which had to be taken into account in estimating the per cap ita for this year Another causQ of the decrease that the recent General Assembly passed an act refunding to State banks taxes they had paid under the Hewitt law in excess of what they should have paid A urtlinr reason for the decrease in per capita is the increase in the school census The census for the year en- dIngJunlO 1901 was 727531 for the year ending June 30 1002it was 728 709 and for the year ending June 30 1903 it is 732781 It will bo seen that the Increase from IDOlto 1902 was only about 140 while the increase from 1002 to 1903 is about 3900 In Madbwn county outside the city of Richmond timers are seventyfour public schools for white children and twentyeight colored schools Accord ing to thc ensu3 of this year the en rollment of children of school age is white 6310 and colored 2512 or a to till of 8852 With the per capita fixed at 232 Madison county will draw 20 530 04 of the public school money this yearIn the fist three years of tho Bradley acltniniirtrntion the school per capi ta was 220 for 1896 und 1897 and 230 for 1898 The first year of the present administration in 1900 it was 245 and in 1001 It was 250 Next year it will be increased to above 250 as time portion tho school fund will receive from the Civil War claim to be paid in March nuxt will exceed 220000 Bitten by a Rabid Cat Saturday Mrs John K Wilson and daughter Miss Blanche of Beckner ville were bitten by a rabid eat Both were immediately t ken to the mad stone at Foxtown Madison county In the rase of Mrs Wilson the stone adhered to the wound but failed to adhere in time case of the daughter The cat was bitten some weeks ago it was supposed by a dog belonging to Mr Wilson which developed symptoms of hydrophobia Time dog was killed amid the cat was put up for safekeeping Siturday tho cat escaped and immediately attacked Mrs Wilson and her daughter It was finally killed Winchester Democrat Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been 30 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 gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofgas from 200 to 175 BSfBut 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 beforo the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception HespectfHlly Riciijiosn WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1101 dec 4 tf Gone to Work The Big 11111 Coal Company of Brush Creek bids fair to take the lead in the coal business In this state before many months Much of time rapid development of the field is due to the untiring effortn of a few business men of tliis city who several years ago saw what possibilities were in store for that section They are just now beginning to reap the fruits of their labours and it will not be long until the Brush Creak coal will be on time market right The company recently Jet the contract- to Muson Hoge Co for building a railroad from the nearest point on the L k N to the mines a distance of about live miles The contractors have rlready begun work on tho road anti will complete it by November Mine No 1 was opened some time ago and thousands of bushels of coalare now ready which will begin moving within the next term days at the rate of ninety tons per lay The company last month jave a contract for about thirtyfive cottages for the use of the employees oi tho mines Fire at the Barrel Factory Fire broke out in the hand shop of the Hume Cooperage Companys plant at one oclock Saturday morning and beforo assistance could he had time whole building was in flames The Coopers Volunteer Company was out several minutes before the City Department urnviid and both companies gave most qf their attention to the other buildings The hand shop which was a frame anildlng 40x200 feet con taining tools and materials was a total loss The amount of time loss cannot be estimated as it is not known how much heading and staves were in the building smith how much was covered by Insurance There were about forty coopers employed in the shop who lost all thiairtoohi Their individual losses will amount m about 2200 The origin of the fire is not known but it Js sup posed to havii started under the hearth of one of thi great fire places where it had smoldered for hours The nigbt watchman ld passed through the building a fer minutes before and had entered the factory when the electrician saw tile first smoke in the shop Before he cojild give the alarm and get to the building the fire reached a pile of shavings It was then a hopeless fight for by jlie time the first help came the fire was bovond control Had it not been foHft strong wind blowing In the opposfcejtllrection the whole plant would have een destroyed deepite the efforts of twj companies The cooper shop was otmi of the best constructed and cquippJI in this country It will be lit away so as to be ready for the fall orfc The now shop will probably ba at a greater dis tance from located buildings for greater safe coopers will go to work again his week oral BOOB as they can ae ire now tools rrrvth m beuclr is bl b- ulk4i s toliI u c 1lL- Compelled to Cut it Out It was our intention to give a complete list of the premiums awarded at the fair last week but owing to a lack of space we were compelled to leave It out There were many entries Jrom other towns but all Madison county stock showed up well eyery time No Flirting Allowed Down at Mllersburg Sunday night the pastor of a church created a sensation at a league meeting by walking down the aisle taking a young Ulan by the arm and leading him to the door reques ted him to leave Time pastor claims the young man was casting googoo eyes at the girls and he didnt propose to allow any flirting during service There Is room for like missionary services in many other places Winchester Democrat Good Ho Ie The Richmond Military Band fur nished the music at the Elks Fair and Carnival last week and all who attend ed the fair can testify that the boys are alright Although they have been without trainer for several months and during that time some of the best men have left the city yet they gath ered in their forces and did valiant service through the whole week It Is hoped that the band may recover all it has lost during the past year and become stronger than ever Several tnembrs of the organization left Monday to join the Winchester band which will play at Mt Sterling during this week Stops tho Cough ann Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Y Me t A Notes Dr Casenbury has been elected president of the Paint Lick Association the former president Mr J B Woods having resigned The Association recently orgauized at Valley View is In a flourishing condition and there is a growing interest in the work all time time A count was kept of the visits to the Y M C A rooms in this city for three layS in June including the poorest and the best The total number of visits for three days was 2CO an average of 86 The largest number of baths 41 was Saturday July 5 T S Vance county secretary of tho Mercer county Young Mens Christian Association has succeeded in completing arrangements for the election of a Y JC A building at Burgin which will be equipped with all modern improvements such as bath rooms games of various kinds etc The building will be used exclusively for the association Two new members have recently been elected to the county committee of the Young Mems Christian Aso ciation Mr David Dunn to fill the va cancy caused by the resignation ol S A 0 Bullock and Dr C E Poyntz of Paint Lick to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of W C Tudor Mr G G Prewitt succeeds Mr Bullock as chairman of time committee TO OTOE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents MATRIMONIALSssmrirDxssrsnyMr of Mercer county and Miss Lena Dempsey of Valley View were married Wednesday at the home of the brides Uncle W IL Warner at Lock No 9 DEATHS DELMUTH Karl Augustus aged seven months the only sou of Mr and Mrs Gus Delmuth died Friday after a short illness The remafns were taken to Harrodsburg Saturda for interment WHITE Mr George W White died at his home in this city Friday July 18 1902 in the sixty seventh year ot his age Mr White has been in ill health for about two years and his death was not a surprise He leaves a wife and eight chidren Mary Pattie Fanny Lucy and Tillie John George and Nick He also leaves four broth ers to irourn his loss Henry White of Lexington Nick of Columbus Ohio Dan of Buckhorn Ill and Capt John White of Lancaster The burial took place Saturday afternoon in the Richmond Cemetery Printer White as he was familiarly known was the old est printer in this city He entered the office of the Whirf Chronicle in 11G and stuck to his trade until two years ago when he was forced to retire on account of ill health During his fiftysix years at the case he worked on every paper in Richmond lIe worked for thirty years on time Ken tucky Register and always boasted that no man could set more type than he The CLIMAX joins his other friends in extending sympathy to the family DESNY After a lingering and pain ful illnew Mrs A R Denny died in this city Monday night As has been known ti her friends sue lisa in bail health for some time and recently confined to ho house most of tliatime When her health brjran to fail Mr Denny moved to town from his home near liiatlsville thinking the change would be beneficial but tliis proved of no advantage Mrs Denny was a Miss Lackey and widely related in Gamin and Madison counties Rue was a member of the Presbyterian church and as long sMie was able to attend never missed any of the services Site was kindheartrd and ever ready to assist those about her She bore her afflic tions with that Christian fortitude characteristic of those who put their entire trust in Him She leaves her husband Mr Alex R Denny presi dent of the National Bank one son Vr S 0 Denny cashier of the same institution and one dauchter Mrs Mattie Duncan who have the deepest sympathy of the entire community in their great loss Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery yesterday morning at ten oclock Rev Mr Chumbley ufficiating Central Record Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for aM caso of Calarrh that canS not bermmredbY Halls Iarnrrh Gnu FJ CHENEY CO Toledo We the nndernigiiedv have known F J Cheney for the lust 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bytimeirfirmWestTruax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Welding Kinnan Marvin Whole sale DrupgistH Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh ure is taken inter nallv acting directly nthe blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c pet bottle sold by allDrugKiatB HaWs Family Pllis re the belt 1m For of tmsare olVltY telhtr o41IsP tba 1I entOp W blporY 4 BRIGHT NEW TRUNKS FOR LADIES Just arrived a very large shipment of the newest and best things in Trunks for both men and women vMany kinds to select fromnone priced too high STEAMER TRUNKS Stylish light andstrongvery handy for short visits andquick journeys Extra values all the way from 3toJ5 LARGE TRUNKS Built to look well and defy the baggage smasher I too All styles and prices for your choosing 1 40 to15 Olr 1tam l t5r 01 e8r Dress Suit Cases Hand BagsjTelescopesa complete line of travelers goods at prices a notch or two lower than others ask Come and see CCMNGTON BANKS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS x lexX it fXe IJerI I ffLHfRS BARGAINS IN III e 0 i0 SHOES i f 1 S s 1 AND IIs SLIPPERSlis Ikla SS S S S S S SS S S S SSSS SS rr SSS S SSSeSSIS SS S SSS SSSSS S SSS SS SSSSSSSS SIISSIS I85cLadiesKreid ers Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 65 75 and 85c In n Ladies Patent Leather Vamp Vici Manish Oxfords newest shapesSunrise 2t to 7 worth 82 our price Rothchids Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded 250 our price 1 Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c 1 CLOTHING beequaledfIMattings 1 0 to 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c iYou are invited to inspect our Baby Caps JOc to 250 MILLINERY Misses Hats 25c to 250y DEPARTMENT Ladies Hats 75c to 750 ihit ri Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade Icel elele The liest Liniment For Strains Mr F II Wells the merchant at Deer Park Long Island N Y says 1 alwavs recommend Chamberlains Pain Kalm M the bust liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with time quick relief and euro it effected For sale by Stockton S llagan 1m A keyhole with a tunnel attachment would fihIaioogfelt want No Substitute Wanted ifo I did not ask for a bottle cheaper or t ice us large or one by yourselves I din ai k for unitmadI trot have any HitliHtituie lor lerr is Painkiller 1 have used it my er used it and I would not be surprised if my grundparents did so too there is 110 imitation that can equal it ThaI- I am sure offor stomach ache A grain of must is worth more than a pound shocld No Longer Than Your Hand is the spot in your back directly affect ed bv lumbago But it is big enough to prostrate Jon until a kind friend rubs Perry Painkiller into your ncliiiig flesh Then the throbbing pain which has been is bad as toothache tiles away Painkiller is equally good in relieving c and time various forms of rhonijmtisni 25 and 50c bot ties igThecigaretjesmoker says he would rather have a jitain on his fingers than on his conscietJce Birthmarks jwhlch mark and mar the outside of this body are a grief to every mother whose jihildren may bear them But for every ihild who bears a birthmark on the skin thero are many who bear an indelible birthmark on the mind mothers have nerve ous children and many a man and woman owes an irritable and desoond entiemperana nt tathose lays of dread when the mo her waited the hour of hmermimttnit1lheuso of Dr Pierces Favorite time mother for imr trial With strength conies a buovlmcy of spirits and quietness of mindJwhich is one of this hap pleat gifts a i ther can bestow on liar offspring BsK giving vigor and elasticity U the implicate womanly organs Favorite Prescription practically does away of maternity and makes th babys ad rent as natur al aadM M the blossoming of a flower 8imfa is no opinm cocaine or other contained in Favor ItO P Evn tIMJ trkloWl1erIbk dtttft 150J75j E V ELDER IerIl eI it 71Mr I IIPHHilUSR7eLtMIyqffp JIiTRJOOUE ttVhf ffr7flyQ- FIfiPPLICRTIOF J tt BEFORE YOU GO BOGAERTAskin Sterling Silver article for the seashore and lakeside BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY The Sane Old Story J A Kelly relates an experience aim Un to that which has happened in almost every neighborhood In the Uuited States anti has been told and reiold aaysLastdysentery and purchased v bottle of ChambwUiws ColicCholrasnllDi- arhoeaRemedy which I used accor ding to directions and with entirely gatW tot tIIfhe trouble was coatwllwi DUtch quicker than former altaeta wfeen I used other remedi Mr K Ujr 5 a wa 1l known citlwn of iUMMUnwn N CZor wl by t8Ck t iM- tJ I 4DrtV Victor provalentwritersIanmily flenmetiyouoat timely use of Chamberlains Colic tired and which is always kept on hand nutintendedwhonp Tint advertise with MS but to Jwithinfamily silbulci be without a xtio l5PtMhlyiiimisttIt shu ltr toet 1 gu1 1aq n TI T1 1 ireArebst reacIvt by the Co ton elt ich Iine runs two jraInsiday Ito M mph toTexas- withon change t al s e er reach t director make close connect Jj 1 A tiPAP3 I0 in Texas crops are ra Ised and where write for a copy ojfouTvhandsorae booklets Monies In the South we f will ThrtMiKhTefiaswItb LI a Camera Sent tree lo any ITI body who Is anxious to bctter condition J ETLHOI1A ANWINWANTER4JiI J1U IfyouwanttoU1dadb0m0 FreeReclining Chair Cars J All IMPORTANT TEXAS ppjrars Double Dally Seyvice ARYMS OKL- MIOCMfAW T fQRY J XAS FLYE2 4 lIe tlbit to little Boik 4C HiURS Mtmp1ilrto Hot Spring 6 ItoPilhnin BdetSJ1e Cars lid Free Reelinltii on ill Twin Unturpjjjel Sep4IbServjsI L ouirrrrn T IFHAK VkUT iru KJoIA T I S IABROT T A tlta Ga H UtE and T LKttoKockArk Br 1 i rV1 HREVPOT MtirCiri Equipment P IottABooia P 2s 11FRHATTTPJL CISCINS1T1 L laBEAUHE P4 T A ST IDUIS IW as w a a Profrfc S anngr The Cincinnati Enquirer cots aoldo 97OOOTo be di ributcd to such of its readcrs who care to engage in an intel Ifctuat and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to ore making the nearest correct estimate 512000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 tor a correct estimate An additional sum of 10000 vill be given by the Daily Enquirer for ar exact correct estimate if received un or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscnber to the Daily Enquirer at tiiue of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in rH several of which equal a lifetime cc napeteuce 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 130 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber tc one estimate 50 cente without any subscription privilege enttIcs subscribers to additional estimates at rate of 50c for each estimate Do not mak any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules end regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU IV x 716 Cincinnati 0 J51m Louicville Henderson and St Louis Railway I Homeseekers Excursions AT LOW RATES fTOTilE WESTTickets on So le First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Low It Colonist One Way Rates to the IAlso and Ca ifor ia Points N VSJVS VSV V For Further Inf irmtxtiorx Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trav Pass Agent Gen POSS Agent LOUISVILLE KY I tV D t W V N 7 7FMl F7IM7IM7F7I V 7 W Main TJPILGHERG0 LexingtonK- yt S 98 Cents Skirts f 50 White Pique Skirts made with 7 flrmnr r and deep hem at bottom of flounce worth 150 for 98c 59 Cents Skirts 75 Bine and White Polka Dot Duck l Skirts worth 75c for S9c 25 Cents Skirtsc z 100 Cras4i Skirts worth 50 cents 7feach for 25 cents each t 71 WSIclrts This Skirt is made with double flounce and inserting or single flounce and two rows ljil1scJtdng They are worth 550 each but go iat275 1 39 Ch ice Line J of Polka Dot Duck Skiits in Blakor Blue d Ta double or single llounco Cheap at 175 but r they go at 139 I4 The entire stock of Woolen Skirts are being sold at less than cost Full line Lawns and c White Goods 50c yard up nfir iT J PILCIIERCO- c f 7WlVIiii 7= Lexington Ky Jfx v fl Iii ++++ CALL AT + + J 0 NES J1ERSHN + + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto jlate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED- BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery HHFOltH Consumption Coughs find Golds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively l cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE HO PAY Pries 50o 81 Trial Bottlo Freo LOW RATES West VIA B8t O S W San Francisco and return account Biennial MeetingKnights of Phthias Tickets will be sold August to 9 inclusive Tacoma Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Presbyterian Church Ticket will be sold July 15 to 20 inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 to 9 inclusive19U2 For particulars sleeping car space etc call on any agent t BOSWor to P MCCARTYG- eneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Dont Forget Annual Cheap Personally conducted Excursion to ttNiagara Falls via C ILDAu- gust 2 1902 Tickets good 12 days Only 47 00Fromt4I Especially low rates from other points Very cheap side trips to BayID G EDWARDS P T M CINCINNATI OHIO For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India I Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Cbambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons j Agents for Goftpns Celebrated Shirts WniteANO Gibsan1- RICHMOND Ity t H Jik Iii Ri 1 Lurid Yarn From Mercer County Pete McGarvey was raking up hay on his farm in Shaker Bend one day last week and driving his welltrained mule to the rake when he uncovered a nest of bumble bees They rose in masse and pounced upon him many of the lancetarmed warriors getting through his open shirtfront and popping his person at such a rate that he lit off the ma chine and then out o his shirt His faithful mule seeing and realizing his pain ful predicament nipped off a wisp of hay in his mouth went ID his assistance and brushed off androUtel the bees Farmer Anderson who lives on McGarve3rs place witnessed and vouched for the truth of this incident Harrodsburg Democrat The most satisfactory fire works of the year are r ported from Mammoth Springs Ark where Pink Gibson and others of the best citizens went out to whitecap Harvey Sexton Mr Sexton fired his Fourth of Tuly gun so admir ably that the bullet not only went through Mr Gibsons stomach but also struck a stick of dynamites that he was carrying in his pocket The dynamite explodedand Mr Gibson dispersed The rest of the good citizens also dispersed wondering what had struck them This is the declaration of independ ence in practical form Let it be repeated in every white cap district in the country and there will be less work for the criminal courts to do Indianapolis Sentinel Miss Rosa Wiggerman and an old yaller hen have all summer been engaged in a test as to which should outdo the other The hen took up the butter beans four times after which Miss Rosa killed her performed dissection upon that part of her anato my called ventriculis bulbo sits better known as gizzard She found all the seed in good condition planted them and they are now growing and promise a tine crop You cant heat a woman Mt Olivet Advance A story comes from Emi nence that John Filson a farmer while sick of a fever was utilized as an incubator His wife seeing that he was in for a siege placed a setting of eggs sixteen in num ber about his body and in due time all but two of them hatched Now John is a proud old rooster with fourteen chickens to scratch for Cynthiana Demo rat =The refusal of Cuban reciprocity is the typical issue of the session that sums up the party policy more clearly than any other and it will not be lost sight of in the campaign My opinion is says that experienced leader Senator Hanna that we shall hear from the people in un mistakable terms Phila delphia Times dem D Webb Council who re sides on his farm about two miles East of Smithland had on exhibition here Saturday a white squirrel which he captured near his home It is perhaps the first white squirrel ever seen in tire coun ty and is attracting consid erable attention Mr Council has already been offered a good price for the little curiosity mithland Banner BARGAIN BABIES If babies were for sale the most inveterate bargainhunting woman in the babyShebe priceEvery craves a eravingmember that the childs health is her own gilt and to give health she must a J have it to give Mothers whose babies have punyhavetheir first strong child after uS ltg Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It is the preparative for Blpetiteqsleep It gives the mother makesthettly wife had been sick nearly all her life MenardCototrywhich nay wife took a Ublesttoonfulthree timesa day until the baby O2me She felt better after taking the first bottle and when baby was Todaypounds He is as good a child as any one could anybabyahealthDr Plereed Pleasant fellets ure tho uqleUet N i tI 1aV 7f4ruv This signature U on ever box of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cures a cold in ono clay Marrel lives are 11t prcperly Knit untill Barrows are compounded aa well as joys Tetter SaUKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have bsen permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itchin piles and a remedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic soro oyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadys Condition Potrdars are jnst what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pdt 25 jeuts per package ISrwinn it ill liiniiHii nature to do Ito ithcr thug tl devils ndv c w fcome tliinu worili f l verinir L n One Box Cures Eczema ll hud a very Severn rasi of eczema and tried several reiiirdta given me by diflerentdrnjrcists lint they did not give me satiBfucrion Mr Evinann recommended your Jlemick Eczema Cure and it pave nu instant relief and ono box en nil me of tim d st ace nOecar Schilling Warsuw Illinois For sale by IJ L Middleton 51uuely The annual crow hunt of ths Elkin Ill Cuu club resulted in the slrughtr of 1300 crows I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets and find thom the best thing for my stomach I ever used savs TW Itohinson Jut tice of the Peace Loomia Mich Those Tablets not only correct disorders orI tPe stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant in ellbct Irico 23 cents per box For sale by Stockton chagan 1m Tigers killed 357 persons anti pan tImers Oi last yeer in the Indian central provinces Need More Help Often the overtaxed organs of diges tion cry out for help by Dyspepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gen tie thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at Perry Thomas druz store 1m Among now surgical instruments is a stream saw for removing diseased parts of the river Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long timo from distressing pains and general ill health duo primarily to indigestion savs L W ipaldinir Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now at the age of seventysix eaui anything she wants remarking that sle fears no had efforts as die hill her bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste time cioctorins syn ptoniB Go after the raiic If your stomach is sound your health will be good Kudo rests the stomach and strengthens tIe body by digestinc your loud It is natures own tonic 1m Miss Henristn AIulley of Charles tOil S Ct hilt ateatap into iIcultnle TIlE MOUNTAIN CHAUTAUQUA Mountain Lake Park Maryland On the Crest of the Alleghany Mountains Unquestionably time most superb and sensible summer reort in America 2800 feet above sea level 5350000 invested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural simplicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasonable rats This resort is the site of the Moon tain Chautauqua and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua itself and is annually visited by thousands of persons who arc strengthened in mind bv tho unexcelled facilities afforded for educational work and invigorated in body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the moun talus is famous Excursion tickets may be obtained over the B 0 SouthWestern from June 1st to September 30th good returning until October 31st 1802 Specially low rates during Julv and Aug ust for the ChauiMuqua and othr gatherings Information about attrac tions entertainments summer school sessions etc will be furnished in reply to inquiries addressed to r4A Rudi tall Mountain Lake Park Maryland For information on the subject of rates and time of trains apply to Tick etAgents B 0 S W R R or the undersignedJ District Passenger agent Cincinnati Ohio O P McCarty G P Cincinnati Ohio Killed a Big Crane Mr Dave Shuck killed a crane Thursday afternoon near the pond on the place of his father Mr Finley Shuck The bird measured six feet from tip to tip and was al most as long from toe to beak Young Mr Shuck was very proud of his capture He brought it to town and placed it on exhibition in the show window of Messrs A Kelly Son where it attracted a great deal of attentionMa rion Falcon Going To Jolt Lake Uty Quite a number of Richmond Elks are planning to attend the annual re union of the order at Salt Ltke City The pilgrimage froai Kentucky will be made in a magnificent train which will leave Louisville August 7 at 130 p m over the B and OS W The members of Louisville Lodge have extended a cordial invitation to their brothers out in tho State to join them arid from preont indications every Ijdgo in Kentucky will bo represented The ttip west will be a series of ovations and receptions bribe Kentucky Elks NAt Denver Colorado Springs and other jhaeesrtheywiIl to glvet receptions It lint beets decided to open the traits to all citizens recom mended by Elks In this way advan tage may bo taken of the low rules VI It S Brown district pifeaenger agent if lIme It and 0 S W has issued mi utiniriiVt liodklnt giving fjlll infor mation abuiit lime trip Col IJrown It one of the traiifportation directors for the trip Jrade schools may be cstnplelied at the Indiano reformatory Wew York is making progress In a dating the smoke nuisance Thofool tlmfris merry btlU11Bnr9 Mgpm t 3t1 th a w WOMANS RIUEF A really healthy woman has lIt tlo pain or discomfort at tho menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wino of Cnrdui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging head backand sido aches caused by fallingof tho womb and irregular menses WlNEOFiRDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every mouth It makes the menstrual organs strong and healthy It is the provision made by Nature to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GREENWOOD LA Oct 14 1000 I have been very sick tar80me time I wan taken with a severe pain im my side and could not get any relief until I tried a bottle Of Wine of Cardul Bo fore I had taifcn allof It I was relieved I feel it to that ybu have WQI1derful medicine Mas MeA YOUNT epoptbWsThecmttanooga Sft4MaeCo C4iaitnnooaTean A complete set of new stamps lies een ordered for Orange River Colony In the fltrited States newspapers ap lear printeb in 21 different languages e e PROPOSITIONJ Andrew Carnegie takes a check and makes It good bra million thats Capital John Rockefeller buysa barrel of Oil for iand sells it for flllthats Business A man digs- a well 90 feet deep for 20thafs La bor Edison takes a cylinder and IL makes it talk thats Ingenuity Marconi takes an instrument with out wires and makes it talk Drnegisttand Dandruff Cure sells it to tbe- public jIt wilt stop the hair from fall ing and remove dandruffthats a Godsend C Price 25c Bottled It For Sale ByJE C WINESManufactured by CHILDS DRUG CO I Vf New York City Lexington Ky y 9 e Rain and sweat have eocffecton- biroeis treated with tilrkitliar Jness re damPjkeepstheleath No rangh cur face to chafe and cut The harness not only keeps J looking like new but wears twice I Harness Oil Soldg Standard Oil Company For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley KySI38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N Q Brandon Co Dexter Ky 33520 J K Young Son Glasgow Ky 44 Wm Kuepzlen Milton Ky 28 I N Phipps Mt Sterling Ky 66 28 Ferdinand Schuble Louisville IH 09 Root W Owens Louisvll e U 00 R J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky 5 60 A Austin Rockport Ky 138 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myGt lem Of Vital Interest I WE have erected a large and aud more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with moro satisfaction to ourselves and customers nil the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun laIJhestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a proitleethat we propose to load in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot29janly RICHMOND KY CoROUTE PopularExcursions oTO Old Point Comfort And Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and September 2 Solid vestibuled Trains dining cars SleeperStopover officePhoenix JaRound Trip OEQ W BARNEY DP A Jb1lllPaPOU314GVA p 0 Louisville Atlantic Railroi DAILY EX SUNDAYTR- AINS LEAVE BICHMCND or mbyvilleand c For Irvine t54am For Millers Creek350 pm TRAINS ARRIVE HIOHMOND From LouIsville Lexington and II1Mam Cincinnati slGr m From 1llIe 335pm From Millers Creek 8JO am C M BROWNING Ore SIgr- Versailles Ky R A Woolnms S A Richmond t y Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Sirs Bethseba Adams decesued are re quested to file same on or before June25 properly verified or same will be barred Those lemming themselves to be indebted to the es state are requested to call and settle- R C ADAMS mav2l it Admlnlstartor A rXiOOOOOi inbinpd is jirop 71 50 glazed kid bother plants it tIme east Residents of Buffalo N Y use HIOM water than any other city in the world DR FENNE- RSKIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs Back- acheReartDtseasebrayOl Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur eerier lie has spent a life time curing lust such eascsos yours All consultation Free For years I had backache severn pains across kidneys and scaldIng urine I could not net out of bed without help The use of Dr Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure restored me G WAGONER Kiurtsville Ia Druesists f Ask forCook BookFree CT Cure Circular PrVITUSDANCElnreU I FredonlaNY TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence I vr Wearo pleased to state tliat it is on mile at tho tollowiug places in Madison county Arbuckle r Simmons Kcbmond Searcv or Hamilton Waco Jo C S Powell Red House J W Masters Vallev View J V Whltlock Baldwin John Stapp Burton Roberts J W Teater Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonburg LA Wearren Paint Lick- WallacetonU C McAVharte- rIBicluier Early Berea Kirksville d KadelDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never falls 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 after everything else failed Ii unequalled for tho stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on It First dose relieves Adiet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Prepared by E O TJEWITT Co Chicago The tl bottle contalns K times the iOC1l1z For sale by Perry Thomas Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of time Summer we nake such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Mnnitou as 2100 Item St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago Rood allsummer at other periods only ono fare plus 200 rounJ trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to June 8th Augtst 2d to 8th Hound trip good 60 days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri River 4500 all lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first class good in chair cars seats free standaid sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chiof Coast route the Burlington to Denver through Senlc Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores of the coolest and best Summer localities in the country frequent periods ofiow Summer rates Apply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip vheathor to Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow stone Park Minnesota and let us advise youSend Colorado or California 1002 publications free W SHAW PA40G Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C LEVEY General Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis Mo ee1rik TH- ELexingtont t Democrat V se IS THE ONLY9 DAILY t Democratic Paper 2 JIIL Blue Grass Region J totheSc party anti ices all the TeaiCA a by Carrier +Jf W P WALTONj MQRc 0 Come in And Examine 31 This Range g We AVe can convince is better than We know we rui mince you of the far better than at r ela The Majestic Is made of Malleable Iron mior warp or break like a cast stOHr QJ andsee for yourself Cultivators At the right prices A few Tongue Cul tivators at J 6 Others from 15 up Screen Doors at Your Own Pric Tin work and repair work promptly done by ii experiencedworkman u Arbuckle Simmon Majestic Headquarters elSek Sokwc It is time you were thinking r your wvct xkoxc and therefore it is time to thin us You cannot be too pirthu about your Y You want a large and variedst to select from You want wi variety of prices You want telligent courteous service ti above all you Want the rightpvi We are prepared to meet all these wants in the fullest mrus1 and earnestly ask aii inspeeti our stock before placingyouroni W S Oldharn Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND aly3iiy KENTUCKY Save Moneyby buying your Groceries and TiM 0 from us Our business is continually crease We prove to each patron that only get the BEST GOODS PRICE FURNITURE IN THEI fi11witHIGHEST MARKETIfor all Country Produce and Beef IIJdsrmember if you want the best est Prices call on u- s0POWIBLL BROS Raymond Physical Development C Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the only Scientific Method of We do not say that we may develope your muscles but that w Each individual is given special attention no form or apparatus is rev we only ask that you follow our instructions carefully for ten minutes f2r night before retiring or upon arising in the morning Using onr metbotl only develops the mnsclfB but produces the heart action which pumps pure rich Wood throughout the entire system Our pupils are tmiRlit bytr only Thousands have been relieved of constipation indigtetiou and trouble We can anti will do the same thing for you In two weeks tiff not only harden your muscles but give strength and vigor to the entire thereby producing a graceful nnd an easy carriage This is the onlyU that does not overtax the heart If there isanV special part you wish deVfil kindly mention same in correspondence vhich will received confidential IIf tiori Our method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 RAYMOND Instructor U WMAX rk think Physical Cultur Bmay3mJEAN tIrJf 1 PER YEAR 1 LII 11