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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kTHn RICHMOND CLIMAX RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1902 NUMBER 10 and make the water more lug hen there is your Id Freezer Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will j UT regret the moneys nt A id last but not least- mt forget thatwe sell bestStiiveson earth o K Jewell Stoves iin1 Ranges 10to25cI The Wonderful North Star i RefrigeratorThe Best Made byicequestion willsave money you Water Coolers Springissparkling We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth IB SHACKELFORD P CO Main Street 10 RICHMOND KY heTAaC Store J Y have received and opened up our stock of goods ir fxlcnd to citizens of Madison and adjoining s visit the RACKET STORE where will be found r of goods at prices heretofore unheard of in Cen VS5utuky and especially in Madison county Below vi lornid a few of our many bargains I Mills 10 toWC ushes 10 to iMc- i2I and U5- citains JO to 70c pair vt22to2ePIT yard rJ iiibers 4c per dozen IS2S per dozen 51k perset- rrated i I complete dinner s Iauwrs 31c per set 1 will solve the ice and j for invit the to DP Galvanized wash tubs 50 to 05c- Kuegv whips 10 20 and 25c Web halters 18c Halter leads Sc Floor mops 12inch 15c 14inch 17c 16inch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to 35c Stap hinges 4 to 13c Chamois for ladies gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic to 15c per yard Laces embroideries 1 to 12c per yd Ladies white apron 10 12 and 15c braid 4c bolt ilam WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets hI and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware 1s Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which r t rbids us to mention If you will give the Racket f 4 all examine our stock of goods and get prices we sr to add you to our list of customers We shall at all r s Ind aol to please our patrons and again ask that you r s a call and examine our goods before purchasing j rE SUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery li STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWsplendid assortment ol I FURNITURE which is more nxtenn5vp now than over Every line is cristlinfj with Hiluiay selections To properlyScolelirate tho season YOU will jimlinbly desire Komo new piece We lie new Chairs Tables Buffet Oiina CahinetiiKideTioards everything Bnitnblefur the Dining KIIUII Iron Hidsfill ttoctf has just reuuhed U- KLibrary and Center Tables in variety nnd beautiful workmanship laities Desks best bargains ever nflVirAlUorkersany Ktylc you suny vWi- Coneliirf v T Inttst desijrd- Se tli line of Lcntlior Goods IMouirv Framing CnrpetB Matting and Hap + ++ + +++ 4 ++ + + + + p+ ++ ++ + + 4 + ++4 + + I JO 8 JOPLINI 220222 W Main Street t+ +4 + ++ ++++ + ++ +4 +++ + ++ ++++Undertaking a Spec1 ItyG W Evans and Director Jr LR Blanton DEALER IN Coal FedSalt Sand Ie Cement PlasterkJafr Etc Corner Maiiv and B Streets fC1UTlPboe 15 A RAILROAD EPOCH American Construction Passes the 200000Mile Mark The beginning of the second half of 1902 sees the rail roads of the United States cross the 200000mile line Construction during the past six months was not especial ly active though it was larger than last years correspond ingtime but the total which had been reached by the end of 1901 was so near the 200 000inile mark that that line was certain to be passed long before 1902 neared its close It is only by comparing this mileage with that of some of the rest of the greatcountries that the American people can fully realize the tremendous development which has taken place in this field in their own land Figures of rail road activities for the world at large are not very trust worthy but taking those which are most recent and reliable the United States is seen to be far ahead of any other country Germany has about 32000 miles of main track Russia 29000 France 27000 AustriaHungary 23 000 Great Britain and Ire land 22000 while no other European country has as many as 10000 miles All of Europe has about 175000 miles of road or considerably less than the United States while the en tireworlds mileage is approximately 500 000 of which ths United States furnishes twofifths All this railroad construction has come is about two generations of time When John Stevens in 1822 got a charter from the Pennsylva nia Legislature to build a rail road from Philadelphia to Columbia on the Susquelmn na which was never built somebody asked one of the Pennsylvania paper What is railroad any how The editor gave it up but said that perhaps some other correspondent can tell It is only seventyfour years on the Fourth of July since work was started on the construe tion of the first of Americas great roads it is only fifty one years since the waters of the west at Lake Erie were first reached by through rail from the Atlantic coast and as recently as Appomattox there were only 32000 miles ofmain track in the whole country as compared with LouisIGlobeDemocrat Mother Always Keeps it Handy My mother suffered a long time from distressing and general health duo primarily to indigestion M8 JiV Spnldinc Verona Jlo Two years jtgo I not her to try Kodol She grew butter at once and now at the tige of seventysix eats anything she wants remarking that she ears no bad KiTerts as rhe iota her bottle of Ivodol handy Dont waste tune inutorint syn ptoms Go after the cause If your stomach Is sound your health will be good Kodol rots the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your lood It is natures own tonic 1m The town clock might shako hands with an earthquake When a married nan is half shot it is not his better half Some chpir singers dont sing by the quire but by the ream h f The Human Lottery tAh it onlv I Were beautifUl hoW liappy lifo Would be Many a forlorn maid han said this as she looked into the mirror tt is the one pos session in the lottery of human lifs hicb woman would not refuse BRADFIELDSFemale for vounKPirls on thethre hold of womanhood is invaluable When they become pale arul the eyes dull aching feet and hands cold appetite gone or abnormalJobstruded periods Jp p1in ful menses and their 5oItems generally run down they need a tonic building up and their blood cleansed BradCeldd Female for women isJarculnrly nluable and useful owing to Its and ns n regulator of the menstrual flows Painful obstruct ed and menstruation is permanently relieved and all diseases peculiar are cured R- eguiatodeamtlmcomp10nghtens ens the eye us moves muddyand blotcled conditions of the skin cares sick headache at once Of drmyrfsfcs at Sioa bottletU Pfrifect Uk for Women caa fee had free by sending ta your address ine neis nccuaiM co ATUHTA 1M j That AntiTrust Amendment A reader asks whether it is true that the republicans have proposed a cOIstitution al amendment on the trust question Yes Just beforn the campaign of 1900 they proposed a constitutional amendment ostensibly for the purpose of destroying the trusts but really for the pur pbse of taking from the States the power which they now have The Democrats op posed the amendment hecause it was in the interests of the trusts rather than against them They joined however in an antitrust bill proposed by the Republicans immedi ately afterwards but when the election was over the bill died in the senate If the Republicans in the senate would not pass an antitrust bill which was supported al most unanimously in the house what reason is there to believe that they would favor any amendment to the constitution that was really intended to hurt the trusts The Commoner DonTt Fail to Try This Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It nover fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invig orate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for rundown syetemo Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles sleeplessness IuallllteedOnly 50 cents Ini Home Nursing We have before us a copy of a new publication entitled Home Nursing The object of the book is to give practical instructions how to take care of the sick by the inexperienced In training schools for nurses instruc tions are of course given in all matters of this kind but let any woman ask herself Could I give a bath to a per son in bed without wetting the clothing or change the undersheet while the bed was occupied and she will smile at the seeming impossibility yet when she is shOwn she will wonder why she did not discover the right way her selfIn this little book practical instructions are given for the performance of all necessary offices pertaining to the sick The knowledge of anyof them is not taken for grantedand the writer has tried to do it in such a plain simple manner that no one need mistake the easiest way A sample copy of this valuable book can be had upon application to time publishers Davis Lawrence Co 64 Grand St New York City enclosing to them 5c in stamps or coin to pay the ex pense of mailing and stating the name of this paper Saves a Womans Life To have given up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Crafjg of Dorches ter Mass For years she had endured untold misery form a severe lung trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writesi could scarcely breathe and soiiictimcs could not speak All doc bra and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings New Discovery fur Consumption and was completely cured Sufferers frotH Coughs Throat and Lung trouble need this grand remedy for it Isguaranteedbyf0e and SlOO Qrial bottles free 1m The Worst Fruit Year in Twenty This is the worst fruit year in twenty in Hard in county We do not remember the time when the Elizabethfown mark et was so destTtuteof all kinds of fruit as now There has not been a peach exposed for sale There are practically no summer apples Pears and plums are as scarce and even the blackberry crop which is usually so abundant is the smallest ever known The average housewife wU go very short on preserves and canned fruit this year Elizabethtown News Va a ionDays- VnrnUouUIJs here and the chll dred are lalrlY Jrvingout of dorns There could be jiq healthier place fot them You need only to guard ugalns the accidents incidental to most opei air sports No remedy equals De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo for qiiickh stopping pain or removing danger serious consequences For ruts scald and wounds I used DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for sores oils and brnises1 says L B Johnson Swift Tex It the best remedy on the market Sun cure for piles and eldn diseases Jle ware of counterfeits Jlrh Give spinach to a spinach Kill eaVI- a batch for Ike bfttchlor a DOCTORSs- ay Consumption can be cured Nature alone wontdo it Itneeds help Doctors say Scotts Emulsion is the best help But you must continue its use even in hot weather If you sampleSCOTT409415 Pearl Street New York sac and Joo all druggist Just Like George III In a recert issue the Iii dependent said It isa sight to cheer the hearts of angels to see Roosevelt and Hay and Root and Taft backed by the American people attempting such a sort of colonization as the world has never seen be fore When before has a war been waged to liberate from oppression another people of an alien stock and then to set them up as an independent nation What country has ac quired colonies of another Eastern race and then even begun to inaugurate liberty by establishing selfgovern ment There is something familiar about this In his speech to parliament October 31 1776 George IIIsaid One great advantage how ever will be derived from the object of the rebels being openly avowed and clearly understoodwe shall have unanimity at home founded in the general conviction of the justice and necessity of our measures In this ardu ous contest I can have no other object but to promote the true interests of all my subjects No people ever enjoyed more happiness or lived under a milder govern ment than those now revolted provinces the improvement ill every art of which they nuIPbelsstrength by sea and land which they think sufficient to enable them to make head against the whole power of the mother country are ir refragable proofs of it My desire is to restore them to the blessings of law and liberty equally enjoyed by every British subject which they have fatally and desperately exchanged for the ca lamities of war and the arbi trarr tyranny of their chiefs K a Man Lie to You And say some other salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve tell him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles burns boils Corns Felons ulcers cuts scalds bruises and skin erup cheapest25e Bible as a Serial Story A Pana IlL dispatch says The Bible as a serial story is the undertaking proposed by the Assumption Independ ent a weekly newspaper The publisher announces that he will begin with an install ment from Genesis this week and will print additional chap ters in each issue until the work is finished He esti mates he will need fifty years to complete the publication The editor of the Independent says he has read many of the modern historical romanc es and that none of them com pared with the scripture for plot dramatic situations and sustained interest By break ing off each installment at aI critical point in the narrative he expects to arom curiosity in the succeeding issues and he believes he will not only increase the sales of his pa per but will also secure wide spread interest in a work wbichhe declares is grossly neglected in the modern household Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles Etc Medicine Fres IJ you have offensive pimples or oruMions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or joints falling haif mucous patches swollen glands skir itches anti burns sore lips or Kiiijis eating festering sores sharp pains then you suffer from blood poison or the beginnings of Deadly cancer may be perma neiiy cured by taking Botanic Blood lial p B B 15 especially to curl the worst blood and skin diseases therebyItiafle fted parts every sore or ul cer even deadly cancer stops all aches swellingsIbio li troubles such us eczema scabs athIl scales pimples running sores car iincles scrofula etc Especially 8adv ed for all obstinate cases that have jea tied the second or third stage s Drulgisls To prove it cures sam If Blood Balm sent free iiad lrepaid byrriting 31oodlaIsi Co Atlanta Os fleseribu troaWa free medI- cal lvieo seulln lNH1 r i When the Lights Went Out A correspondent gives us a very graphic description of a scene at a well known church where the minister had just finished a vociferous sermon on the Holy Spirit and the fate that awaits those in whom it fails to dwell when the light went out and in a twinkling giggling was heard in every part of the church accompanied with such re marks as You hurt Stop Quit that Ill tell etc The old men becoming dis gusted because they couldnt see nor feel anything left the house but the young remained until the light was re stored and all looked happy and seemed to feel that it was a good thing to be there Hawesville Plaindealer A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys nnd bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 020 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold Lv all gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used ono bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec One Fare the Round Trip to Lexington One fare the round trip will be given on all railroads to bile Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 11 to 16 inclusive The Q C will put on a special train from Somerset and Williams town and the L N will have a special train to reach Lexington each day of the Fair at 10 oclock from Emi nence and Falmouth The Eminence train will leave Lexington each evening at G oclock hile the Falmouth special will pull out twenty minutes later Cut this out and take it to Rtocl toll Hasans drug store and get a box of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets The best physic They also correct disorders of the stomach Price 23 cents 1m New Kentucky Railroad The Cumberland Railroad Company with 30000 capital stock filed articles of incor poration Tuesday morning in the offices of the Secretary of State and State Railroad Com missioner The offices of the company will be at Barbour ville Knox county and the road from a point on the Cumberland Valley division of the L N Company near Arte mus across Cumberland river and extending up Big Brush creek to Lunsford in Knox county a distance of ten miles Toll a man hes a big gun and he wont say Oh shoot it I THREE CHICAGO DOCTORS Failed to Do for Miss Mabelle IlaMonte What Was Accom bylydla EPinkhams Vegetable Compound U DEAR MBS PiuuritI was in- an awful state for nearly threo years with a complication of female troubles which three physicians called by dIf- ferent names but tho pains were all the same I dreaded the time of my JfABELLE L LLMOSTE monthly periods for it meant a couple of days hrbed in awful agony Ifinal ly made up my mind that the good doctors were guessing and hearing from different such good re port of IL Pinkliams Veg etabJo Compound I tried that I bless the day I did for it was the dawning of a new life for me I used five bottles before I was cured but when they were taken I was a wen woman once more Your Compound is sertalnly wonderful Several of my friends used it since and nothing but tho best do I ever hear from its useYours MABBXLB L LAHojcxs 222 E 31st St Chicago 1116000- forflt II abo kdlfn 1I rot If Lydia IE PiHkhams Vite teble Compound Ult cure HIM LaMontewhy not yon Try it Md 1M for yourself XM PtaMMMM advises Mike a fi s qu Wr d DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor 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 vsxick Carnage 33oTVs oouott iroct THE GRE- ATREMOVAL SALE u to AT THE to BUY BEE GASH STOREBEG- 1NN1NG Wednesday July 9th 1902 Will continue until everything in the entire establishment is closedout Prices have been cut on largestSale ZOO New Will Not a single article in the Great Store will be reserved We want to sell them all before we move Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Carpets Curtains Trunks Hats Notions of all kinds Dress Goods Suits etct have all been reduced former prices have been entirely lost sight of largeSaleremoval sale prices are for CASH DOWN goods are Bring your Cash Bring your wagons and load them up This will be a Sweeping Out Cleaning Up Sale in earnest Everything will be sold before vre move SALE BEGINS JULY 9TH ft 0 OLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS IV MILLER ArroaNITATLAWEI- CUMONO KENTUCKY OlSce the Burnam Building next door to ariaer6 National Bank fcb3ly Surr 1VAtIJA LTTORSFYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street =J 0 DlL OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY KiTOiEce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OflUein John Bcnnttti old law office over Perry Thomas drug sto- rePSIOLlS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Offceinlhr oe CcIinl building it and 20 Sec end Street AThite t old drugstore ZT C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OJnce Prather Building Main Street felerhone nt resilience the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGES T1c to SOT DBIfTISt OF LOUISVILLE Er bMce next door to Government Building aichuSnd Ky Office hoursDto 121 to notl7ly Harry M Blanton J DENTIST XfOffice lit Bennett Building lOt tVDR LANDMAN i r Hotel Glyndon Wednesday August 13 1902 l I EOiYaicele MrsEOYjHKCll PhysiciansI Lit are t OGlieuLTATION FREt ON MdI IOItU 5COO1 at lthSSSth7 t oStS Worth of Fresh Seasonable Goods Be Unloaded 4 Tailormade until when delivered W D IjanliTELEPHONE NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married- at last t Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman 4 Grocery Co Ijantf DEAL AT 1IIe Hurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in rtvr Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all kinds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O tbaneveruraIls 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 kindscan save you money Remember we still give YOU Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Re- pstLIIURST BROS G FOR Photographs jOf the j Highest Order A Visit theJSIDgbr Art GlIllij tour work has takrn First Prize at different State ConventIons fIapr23 Gmo a aS1 K J SPENGLER I HoiHt Blk Lexington Ky w Subscribe for e e The Richmond Climax + 4f rf OnIyiOOaYcar 1i i l f ii tf 1 lie Richmond Climax rJ 0 CHENAULT Preitdenb D MILLER Manager fl BT S CEO WE Editor KDNESDAY JULY SO 1m rUBLISHKUZVERT WKDNKSUAY HT The Climax Printing Co Incorpora- tetiANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS e are authorized to announce HON O O IBKRT as a candidate for reelection tot ogress from this the Eighth ConcresMonal t rlct subject to the action of the lJeno c tie party Wo are requested to announce ROy rv I TE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk cu iect to the action of the Den o ratio arty Ve are authorized to announce DAN H KCK as a candidate for Clerk of the Mad Circuit Court su Eject to the action of the a fliocratlc party hereby announce rayolf all a candidate for t nomination fr Clir of t e Madi on rir Ioiirt ubl tt in the i tiOI lIb Demo Jc ptV fngth l uiy any friend put will favorably consider any cUims l it I may have to the nomination if nom ted I promise to use all honorable means to ure my election and if elected to endeavor have in the past to faithfully discharge IutIesasCIerlc Thanking the people for t and future favors I am Respectfully S U THORPE 1e are authorized to announce GEORGE D 1ITB of Whites Station as a candidate for I rk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to i action of the Democratic party FEUD desperoe sort is predicted as a ref- ilL of the assassination of Marshal Cockrill at Jackson 2athitt county GOVERNOR BRCKHAM has Appointed Dr M K Allen of Louisville to succeed Judge Thomas R Gordon who re signed as commissioner of lakeland Asylum THE Eight District Repub liean CommittepmetatNichol asville Wednesday to select a late and place for the Con vention to nominate a repre mtative to Congress to suc U ed Hon G G Gilbert icholasville was chosen as tle place and September 3 as 0 date for holding the con v ntion So far there are j Republicans announced r the nomination THE citizens of the usually iiet little town of Danville o just now greatly worked i overan effort to have the uthern railway extended to i tijir town They have dis i ered that the only way to i t it is to dig up a sufficient mber of dollars to pay the sight and they are digging j c all they are worth We sh for their good that when 3y get a road they could get LI re than a tailender THE much boasted civiliza n of the mountains seems i have slipped a cog some y Breathittcounty which j s leon the pride of the ingelizers for years show what schools andchurches t aid do in bringing law and i ler out of chaos has once i re become the battle nuidTjtll a record of i rtyeight killed in seven j mths and the war not rtcdit looks like those x 10 have undertaken the 1rk of civilizing and taming i i feudist will have to take sh hold iiFBroweCo LEXINGTON 1 KY t JulyIeruoce 3AlE i jig Bargains The coming week in allour departments Dont Miss This opportunity to purchase splendid values at greatly reduced prices I willpay you to look u ier our stoc- kfl1F1Broer t COIJ t IN AND BROADWAY JJEXINGTON Ky t F A HOPKINS was nomina ted at WesbLiberty Thursday for Congress by the Democrats of the Tenth distrct on the third ballot Cogressman J B White withdrew leaving Judge Amos Davis and L H LiwsDn contesting with HOD kins On the third ballot Lawsons strength went to Hopkins A dispatch from Tusca hosa Ala says State Geo logist Eugene A Smith has received a notice from the Secretary of State that he had received a request from William Jennings Bryan for a slab of Alabama marble to be used as a tiling for a mantel piece Mr Bryan is having built Euch State that he carried in the last election is to be represented by a tile The slab selected was taken from the university museum and originally came from Blount county It is now in the hands of Thomas H Wild man being prepared under the direction of Dr Smith The stone which is six inches square and three inches thick is n clear white onyx WE WIlO edit newspapers know about this little comment from the Earlington Bee Every little while some of our friends tell us We did so and so lastweek or we went to such and such a place and you did not sayany thing about it in the paper No we did not say anything about it from the fact we knew nothing about it We ate not gifted with a second sight and cannot foretell the future If we could this pa per would be printed ahead of time We are always glad to chronicle the movements of the people of our town and will gladly 3o so if they will notify us the week before instead of the week after they happenSemiWeekly Pro gress The same condition of affairs seems to exist in our lit tle village Several have jumped on us with both feet because we made no mention of their being out of town for perhaps a day or two Care fully read the above andactl accordinglyBaldwin for sale Chtp call at Douglas Crutchers or JoJS Joplin 2t Osteopathy is in no sense related to faith cure The Osteopath adjust misplaced parts stimulates torpid nr jrans sets free the vital forces iittt fluids inherent in the body that nutuio may pursue her harmonious sway When this is done health ensues not as a result of faith but in spite ot doubt MATRIMONIALVTKI and Miss Bertha Shockle both of Berea were married by Judge N B Turpiu in this city last Wednesday- ALIRIOIITBflocKMr Edgar S Al bright the talented young editor of the Mt Vernon Signal and Miss Lucy Brockwele married at the residence of the brides parents in London Mon day morning the Rev C T Kunyon and Rev McCarity officiating Imme diately after the ceremony tho couple left for Owensboro to attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association They will also take in the outing with members of the association which includes a visit to Cincinnati Toledo PutinBay Sandusky Snrnin Ont and Michigan points anti return to Mt Vernon about the 29tl11w CLIMAX joins the press boys allover the State in extending the heartiest congratulationsMCDOSALDBOoNEQulte a stir was created in the social circles of Rich mond Saturday afternoon when it be came known that Miss Fannie lioone and Mr Clifton McDonald Jr were to be married at the home of Col J Stone Walker Only a few witnessed the ceremony the guests being limited to most intimate friends of Col and Mrs Walker The marriage took Iplace at nine oclock the ceremony being rend by Rev Father Ryan Concerning the event the CourierJournal of Sunday says Society will receive a surprise this morning in the announcement of the marriage of Miss Fannie Boone and Mr Clifton McDonald which took place last night at 9 oclock at Rich mond There has been noprevious nouncement of the engagement of tho couple though their close friends knew thrt they were to be married in the near future Miss Boone went to Richmond several days ago with Mips Car lie Walker who had been her guest for several week and the marriage was qnlotly solemnized at the homo of her sister Mrs Stone Walker formerly Miss Cora Wallace Boone Mrs Car- ne Morris Boone the brides mother was present having gone to Richmond yesterday afternoon for the wedding Miss Boone is the daughter of the late Rowan Boone and the granddaughter of Mr George W Morris President if tho Mutual Life Insurance Company- of Kentucky anti former President if- the Louisville Gas Company She one of the handsomest young women in Kentucky Mr McDonald is the son if Mr and Mrs J 0 McDonald and a brother of the beautiful McDonald sisters as they are always knownMrs D A Hanahan Mrs Brannin Sherley Mrs William Hixon of Manksto Minn Mrs Whitney Wall of Duluth Minn and Miss Ethel McDon- ah1BIRTHS EvANSiOnlast Friday to the wife Of Mr L4PEvansa fine girl Dahl The Lexington Cattle Sale Company will hold asahi of fifty head of Short Horn cattle in thA Tattertalls building ydjoninjr fair grounds Tues day AURqttlo 12 EXCUIWOIU rites on sill ailroads Sate COMWUCCB proHlltJl rFiv tniI r- It if 1rtt The Tragedy cf le1ee Perhaps the most remarkable picture taken by any of the numerous corres pondents and photographers who visit ed Martinque after the distraction of St Pierro was a photograph of Mt Pelee in eruption taken by Mr George Ken nan on May 28 the date when the volcano broke out into a tremendous explosion inferior in volume only to that which destroyed the city Time story of Mr Kennani adventures in fromImake an extraordinarily vivid and dramatic tale The photograph to which we have alluded accompanies the Installment of Mr Kenans The Tragedy of Pelee which appears in the August magazine number of The Outlook Health is the inheritance of man and should be jealously guarded Without it the wealth of Midas is but as dross while with it a thai is rich though he be a beggar This being granted it goes without saying that the public should eagerly investigate any new discovery that may be made in the art of healing Osteopathy if thus carefully investigated will surely commend itself to time average person While its methods are a radical depart are from the principles which have heretofore been accepted as the basis of msdical practice if th matter is only looked at without prejudice and the human body is regarded as but a complex machine It will be seen at once that Osteopathy is perfectly reasonable and rational Acts Immediately Colds are sometimes more trouble some ih summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling oil alter exercises One Min ute Cough Cure cures at once Abso sutelv safe Acts immediately Sure cure for coughs colds croup throat and lung troubles lin ATLANTIC CITY EXCURSION Via the Chesapeake 4 Ohio Railway Thuaday- Aegust 14 The last excursion of the season will be run to Atlantic City from Lexing ton and Central Kentucky points Thursday August 14 via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway and Washington D C The round trip rate will be 14 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterl jug and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Kentucky pointsTickets will be good returning 12 days from date of sale and will permit stopovers at Philadelphia and Washington on the return trip Through sleepers will be run from Lexington for which the berth rate will be 4 This excursion will permit a visit to New York at very little expense Atlantic City is the largest resort on the Atlantic coast and a great variety of recreation and amusement can bQ found there together with the best hotel accomodations to be had Full information and sleeping car reservations will be made on applica tion to GEO Wi BARNEY Div Pass Agent 3t Lexington Ky The renewed business of the National Rebate stamp Co with office and premiums at L E Lanes store has made it necessary for them to add liberally to there line of premiurrs They have now on display an elegant assortment of goods which the people can secure absolutely free ot cost by making this purchase of the merchants who give Rebate stamps Dont con lound us with some irresponsible con cern who run the business a short time and when tho people have collected enough stamps to secure some article then leave tIme town We are hero to stay we have the business in Lexington and many other towns in Kentucky Call and inspect our goods and satisfy your selves that we mean busi ness Wo have added Rues Lace curtains Portiers and many other arr tides to our list of premiums Better Days The Harrodsburg Democrat says It is not known by but very few even by our older citizens that the farm directly opposite the W E Lven place on the Shakertown pike and which sold the other day for 135 per acre and which is separated from the Lyen tract by the Shakertown pike and now owned by Mrs McCampbell was bought In 1840 by John A Grimes at SW per acre a price which amazed the neighbors and which was unpre cedented at that time The purchaser had come to title county from Madison where he had edited probably the first newspaper ever published in that coon ty and brought a large number of slaves with him and cleared a great portion of the land which was then a forest He lived there and prospered until his death which occured 50 years ago lie was the great grandfather of Mayor Hal Grimes The newspaper business must have been a more lucrative employment 70 years ago than it is today but we dont blame our predecessor for buying a farm dEgg The news papers during the past week have contained a number of good stories about the Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Time following from the Louisville Times is one of the best we have seen The Louisville excursionists who made the trip to Richmond last Satur JudgeBarkerand while the party was waiting at the railway station for the train one of the Louisvillians discovered a man selling hardboiled eggs Instantly there was a rush on the supply Judge Barker heard of the discovery and hurried to thq corner When he reached the place some one ban led him an egg saying that it was the last oneThe Judge walked to a telegraph pole and smashed the egg There was a pop and a stream of yellow juice njuirted over the Judge while the crowd roar ed Some one hud rung in an overripe vncooked eggon him Hows Tins We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any caso of Catarrh that can not be CureF0 knownFnilbusinessmadebyDruggistsfolethWalding KInnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallv acting directly upon the blood systamTestimonials bottle Sold by all Drnjrciste Halls Family Pillsure the best Ira Hie inspiration that comes out ola bottle doe juc lastlong DR FENNE- RSKIDNEYand Backache AU diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you If necessary write Dr 1cnncr Ho has spent a life time curing JUSt such coses as yours All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Cure has cured two very bad cases among our customers the past year whom the doctors bad given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Druggists SOc it Ask forCook Book Tree 07 IlTIlQlflAflfSiroCurcCtrctilarDrt- a v I I Wi IJDtIIUL Penner Sunday ronnd trip rates on L A 100 to Versailles 65c Nicholasville- 70c u Irvino 9cU Millers Creek One fare to all other stationstf Have just received one ot the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before making a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE Lost A spotted sow weight about 300 pounds A liberal reward is offered for her return to Powell Bros July 16tf Richmond Ky For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf Lost A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this office and get reward may tf 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 at this office mch26tf For Sole I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x220 fJ with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitchen all in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at Eo V Elders Store For 30 days we otTer 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 gain Respectfully tf E V Elder Cheaper Than Going Barefooted 120 pairs of childrens and Misses tan oxfords good style toes dark shade sizes 81 to 11 and 1l J to 2 Guaranteed all solid leather former price 123 will close out tho lot at 50c a pair Come early and get your choice tf Rice Arnold Residence for Sate A nice residence on High street con taining eight rooms hath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call on or address either of the undersigned MRS CIXDA KARK W H DOUGLAS julv23Jt Richmond Ky Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Lank Trust CompanyC CHEXAUIL and L P EVANS apr16tf Real Estate Poisoning The Spstem It is through the bowels that the body is cleansed of impurities Con stipation keeps these poisons in time system causing headache dulness and melancholia at first then unsightly eruptions and finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitta Little Early Risers prevent this troll tile by stimulating the liver and promote easy healthy action of the bow els These little pills do not act violently but by strengthening the bow els enable them to perform their own work Never gripe or distress 1m In Kentucky One day when SenatorElect Mc Creary of Kentuckywas out looking after lime political fences he stopped be fore a house where there wasa well in the yard and asked for ft drink Sorry Mister responded the man of the house but there aint a drop on this hero place and I am getting purty dry myself Isnt there any water in the well exclaimed McCreary- Of course there is blurted out the man I didnt know you wanted water I thought you wanted a drink From time New York Times Off to Mammoth Cave Company E of the Second Regiment of State Guards will leave on the SM5 L N train this morning for the State Encampment at Mammoth Cave The regiment will be in camp until August 9 and the boys are expecting to have an unusually gay time The new uni forns for the company were distributed Monday and the boys say now that the the company jhat makes any better show will have to hustle The folow ing roll of officers and men I Captain J J Greenleaf First Lieutenant Joe Tevis Second Lieutenant Jennings Manpin Surgeon Dr Moss Qibson Privates Wallace Hudgins B E Yates SnyderEmmett 0 Duncan P Cobb Park Coffee H R Prather Jack Bmnstnn Waller Samuel Jas L Bolton Walter Vernon DudleyWinFrank Davis Henry Carlisle JameR Davis Dave Hamilton Thomas Turpin Forrest Pratt ChristopherStattB Calsher Len Pratt Robert Golf Joe Gentry ParkerJnmesFrsd Devore Eugene Shanks Henry White The noncommissioned officers to be announced this morning are 1st sergeant Prather 2nd sergeant Taylor 3rd sergeant Hudgins 4th sergeant Dudley 5th sergeant Million Corporals Gentry Reeves Duncan and White treatingdiseasegards disease as time product of an obstruction to or derangement of nerve force and circulation and undertakes by manipulation or by manual stimuli or inhibition of nerves and nerve ecu ters to remove obstructions or correct the derangement eo that nature may resume her perfect work People who write anonymous letters wvkieiitly dont b UOve in fcigim i Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government build n tf Richmond Ky Have S L Midktff to repair your old vehicles and make them good as new tf S L Midkifl makes a specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a tiial order tf The L A Sunday trains are be coming very popular try them Low ound trip rates to all stations tf SoJ Midkifl can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always right Glvebim a call tf My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never mow complete than now and mv prices will please every bod yaprGO If L E LANE If your watches clocks or in fact repairingtakethe best apr30 tf Your city taxes are now due Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEX CENT STORE Next door to Government lildg aprO lyr Senator Jas n Hctreaiy Disposes of Valuable Proptrty A big deal in Blue Grass farm lands was consumated by privatesale yester day says the Lexintton Democrat Mr John Ti Hughes the well known horseman purchased from Gov JasB MtCreary 383 acres on the Maysville pike The price paid was 4GOOO or about S120 per acre Tihs property is bounded on three sides by the estate of Mr Jas B Hag gin Mr Haggin has held to one price 100 an acre for all of his purchases in this vicinity and has repeatedly offered Mr McCreaiy this sum for his holding Time exGovernor has always held out for a larger offer and yesterday his rep resentative and Mr Hughes came to gether on the price at which the sale was made Dissolution Notice The drug firm of Stockton 1 Hasan was dis solved by mutual consent July 25 1S03 Mr Ilagan retiring All claims against the old firm should be presented at the drugstore for payment All parties Indebt id to the old firm must call and settle at once 30II4t STOCKTON HAG AN Prof R C Adams- OF PANOLA KY peopleMadlsoD to teach Ten Days Mmical Con- Tentions chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pre tracted meetings and any public gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Please give ten days notice 3C1 Cm Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron Iarc manufacturing a quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in every town and village Prices extremely low Cecil Catron Junction City Ky nThe CXOTF Rij will discontinue running low rate Excursions on Sun days to Cincinnati W C Rinearson G PA Natures SignalsK Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures f Danger Signals Only when sight is gone is the terrible danger realized It costs so little to helpthe eyes if done in time can give the early help later I have to refer the work to Oculist 4++ ++ +++ ++ + 4 + +j tI the eyes la + most Intelligent e carrfnl manner j 4 charge It glMea ndj + needed teeD supply + correct lenses + In any manner desired H+ + + + T+ A+ Robinsbn Optician and Jeweler Main St v Rkhnjowi Ky Arara ld M a 2 r Notice to Creditors r All persons holding claims against tho Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association are requested to present same to Secretary D R Tevis at once or same will be barred 2t H H Colyer Pros WALTERS Collegiate Institute +James T Barrett PrincipalJ- ohns Hopkins University Robot F Hntdieson Associate HaroiMenSidney College +A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a Splendid General Education Prepares Indents for entrancein- to the host Colleges and for hiirlier standing in many institu Lions Offers these advantages- An advanced Commons e n s e Course of Study Thorough painstaking instruction by well qualified and experienced teachers Firm discipline Study hoars in the school room under the personal supervision of tin instructors Beautiful and health fill location with the commodious C U buildings and grounds Modern and well equipped Gym nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 Callon or address JAMES T BARRETT july22nt RICHMOND KY Public Sale I WILL ON Saturday August 30 At 10 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 Big Hill Turnpike and the Muddy Creek road containing about 450 acres with good gubstitial dwelling tenant house two good barns and all other necessary outbuildings with the best cave spring in Kentucky in the yard good land lies well and mostly in grass It will be offered as a whole ands two separate tracts with privilege of accepting the best bid Privilege of seeding will be given the purchaser and full possession January 1st 1903 iERMSOnelhinl cash time balance in one and two years equal installments bearing 6 per cent interest Anyone desiring to look at said farm before the sale will call on Mr James Hubbard on the premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any further particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Crab Orchard Ky 23julCt Estill Springs ++ p ++ p1 ++ + + White Sulphur and ApChalybeate VJc ctCI A ofafaf IlLJ a r a tta sot giJune 1st lt October 1st On the Louisville At lantic R R awl time Ken tucky Kiver In the midst of Mountains and Roman tic Scenery The White Sulphur is u specific f for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natured tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address W R Thomas Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY Public SaleO- N THijR DAY AU U T 14 I will sell on the premises at public outcry at three oclock p m the residence of the late R X White deceased Situated in Rich mond Ky at the corner of the Barnes Mill and Lancas ter turnpike roads The place will first be offered in three separate tracts and then as a whole and will be sold so as to realize the most money for it The first tract beginsat the corner of D M Chenaults residence and runs 200 ft with Lancaster Avenue and back 735ft totheplank fence It contains 4i acres of land and on it is situated the dwelling house and outbuildings The se2ond tract at the poipt on Lancaster Aye nue where tlie first tract ends and runs with IAncaster AYe nue 175 feet to the intersec tion of the Barnes Mill road this lotcontains4 10100 acres plankfenceThe third tract fronts on the Barnes Mill road and con tains 7 54100 acres of land The terms of sale will be announced on the day of sale A R BURNAM WhiteTu1y28 BEGINNING July 1st I WILL SELL FOR TenDays = At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclockat js Absolutely Cost The Following ods Lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces in white cream and black Babies Lice and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook InsertinnoIsome of the Bargainstp I OWEN S McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINo z0 t We Overstocked Clothing Regardless akst 5 Manufacturers Cost Bsk Oas Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Pricest J 3 to 8 r 0 tiC are W os IIUIJ at i Best at at 1lItI- is the cost of the 500 coat and vest IMPORTANT TO MOTHERSii READ THIS Boys Suits o Boys ST1Jlf1 Good allwool three piece suits years es s f r jss J K 0I Jo Mens Allwool Suits s Mens Allwool Mens Allwool Suits This about Mens Linen Suts pants 149 1 are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and Etc readymade stock of has just been received and is now placed on know yoii lave the latest uptodate goods you at Is that wbat you want If so trade with 7t tI1 Ciic- I t T t of Flannels Cassimere trimmings 49c 700 ogctareLOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON fz zZtt I1E Badly New Goods orSpringGinghams White Goods mbroideriesl Insertions UnequaledisOoronationBraid Skirt Department fastIdioustastf1s oodllandNew Matting worldselect Lowest Prices JLee Smitha Suits upI IiI t-p1t ipen UI Jpp fJo UIOW l i 0 j I 1t r ir The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 30 1902 Baldwin Piano for sale Cheap can at Douglas Crutcliers or Jo S Joplin 2t Lost On the morning of the Elks parade somewhere on eccnd street a nice black coat Finder will be liberally rcvvnrded if n turned to tins oJl cetfPJ- vcr Improvements I iMjiiifn iii charge recommend- an trItUII f200OCO to be iu 9 1tl imprnvenirntH on the Ken tsi vlvtf I ItUII i propriaton of ttw tu complete the project Cpliciin T e mw nilvertisHiiKint of T A 1SII the Optician and Jeweler a ura iii todays CLIMAX He is ret at nil times with the best in his jiul he invites nil to see him L i in another column Baseball Game 1 kd nine chosen from the en t insiStjCwen jIto Silver Creek Friday af tc n to play the crack team at that p totiv resulted in a defeat for the town ws score 14 to 7 for Next WeekCi isrw advertisement of tile hard wi louso of Arbucklu Simmons iT3ci d us too late to Jet In this issue Iu il appear in our next Keep v r fvei n their space if you want to see t latest offerings in their line 1 are always uptodate in every J1iu ar New Directory M H J Vail of Indianapolis has l 11 tlif city for several days gath e rfor a new directory of Cen t Urt tte directory or every city fi i c Viugton to Owensboro an- drrlg ns far South as Green river a iWil tjc of great value to every lr J ss man in that territory It will lr ty for delivery now in a few s plHouseWiggins IJros Opera House has si wy moving toward Main street f VtTu days Much trouble has iji tperienced in getting across Ir wt on account of the Electric aiil telephone wires and some l rs which were in therway After t n is crossed the house will be aEN inundation by the end of the The Brush Creek Railroad Jm C Chenault of Rich v i1 has worked iaitlifnlly for x years for tho development i reek valley this county is to nituIateJ on the beginning of sti action of the railroad from i vrk Station to some point in rounty Our people are proud wledgc their obligation to the fr Lis sucuees in potting the en etii the point lie haj It will t much benefit to our county liion giiallConfederate Retiionpnnfederato Committeo in f preparations for thu reunion members of tho Confederate s wllch will meet in Owensboro and August 1 have erected lo Chautaujua Park and put tin t rs indicating the different head vs Little Miss Laura Gait the ulf sclioul cirl who refused to Marching Through Georgia ill the reunion as the guest of 1 E Graves Camp U C VI r i iveeive much attentioi at the- sL f the old Holdiers Country Strike w Fugua the entorpriBing r of the Kichmond Telephone ny is rapidly extending his lines tu county He is working IdiiM work in hand is completed Lirt of the county will be distance of town The co crews are at work now on ti eir ek and Tales Creek pikes J vks Creek line takes in about niis and extends as far as the lay farm The Tales creek i take in the stpres at Million and Valley View and all the res along tho route Mr Fu l also completed nrragements J lutes to Baldwin and Huthton Vifs lave recently been put in finnhouees im the Speedwell JiI fJI c Eut o +J tU i1uc t0i cIV 2S f4tn IConfederate Yefcnn Madisonmeet CourtHouse attwoofcompletlnand deal confederate soldiers- N B DEATHEKAGE Commandant PotterThompson4 Needs a Typewriter The nowgoingThe Harrodsburg Democrat received UlnntonthreetypOIlovelydaughterMrs passalongdilemwaMillSfathers hieroglyphics read his letter easily l Lexington Elks to Attend all Fairs Lexingtonm eats for the special trips of the lodge Danvilietoare composed as follows JrCombsatSpotswoodSpecial trains will be run and the iDthethe Danville Fair are August 5 to 8 and those nf Georgetown July 22 to 20 The Millers Creek Road The work of building the Kentucky lllIlersCrelkwork at the L k A Junction and at beiuJdoneoperationbothfore December Arrangements for sawmills at iSimco have been made and the work of building the new town will6e p iushedatBullnJtmer resort of it New Rooms Ready Mr John A Todd who has had the c Liontractthe Caldwell High School building hat about completed the work The two new rooms are in the third story and- re large light and airy and well fitted buildinghasattractive a school building as can lxtfound anywhere Owing to the neCenterprises which have already come and which are promised for the fall ringing many new people to town it largeincreases loti The State Guard The Lexington Leader of Wednesday says Capt C W Lougmire arrived in this city this mornlug from Richmond where placelastraise of the Richmond company and i well p tallythe company are CaptainJ J Green leaf First Lieutenant Joe Tevis and Second Lieutenant Jennings Maupin Limit Tevis accompanied Capt Longmire this city and is very proud of hU company lIe says that the company that wins the prize drill over his company will linre to handle the guns skillfully and do some quick- stepping Captured the Fair Time Madison county horsemen as usual walked off with nearly every thing in sight at Crab Orchard last week taking seven first five second aud otto third prizes TIme following is a list of the premiums Best fancy saddle mare or gelding 3 years or over Mat Cohen first best stallion four years old and over Rob Walker second best combined mare or gelding any age Mat Cohen first best snare or gelding any age Mat Cohen first best roadster stallion any age H O Traynor first Robert Walker second bet fancy saddle mare any ago Mat Cohen first In the 3OC minute trot H C Traynor won first money and Robert Walker third In the 240 class trotting H C Traynor also won first with Mat Cohen third Robert Walker and Bon Duncan won second and third places respectively in the 280 pace ji Cay city Lexington The theycanCame down to our town on the Fourth JulyTo batters the fatal black eye The belts they had captured the fame wonIto think that under the sun No nine in the land could afford them much fun But alas they now know to their last ing chagrin That InevitablyWhen staked on their honor their rep or their tin The grub they devour the fluid they use viorInfnse loseO i day This lesson digested and youve learned to play Come back to the pennyrile to the QlayWell meet you like a thousand of bricks And show you a wrinkle that beats 12 to C Painful Acddent e8tdaughter molla few days ago from the effects of which she is still in a very co tunditionh timorsefo tortyied linpl macesprotruded more than nn inch from the flesh Drs Gibson and Hurst were immediately summoned and they found it necessary to amputate the arm above the elbow but before the operation was performed blood poisoning set u a Jetidnow in a very critical condition Gas Reduction goAboutm featerially catpatronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on lIlt minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1001 thereby reducing the nut rice of as tiButthat this discount on gas will not be payhism laontht fioyimeeptiongRICHMOND WATEU LIGHT Co Nov 27lj01 dec 4 tf A Fortune Maker The Douglas Circulator the new heater designed by Mr Charles E Douglas the well known hardware man has been on exhibition here for several days and has been voted by all the most ingenious thing in the way ofstnves eyer shown Although to all appearances it is built like an ordinary stove it is something entirely now and will no doubt make the fortune for ime inventor The feature of time new is the heavy tubular fire bowl The stove of ordinary size has abou thirty of these cores or air ducts which open at the bottom and top of the fire bowl When a fire is made and the stove becomes warm a current is created through these cores The cold air under the stove passes through these tubes and becoming heated rushes out only to force more cold on asthroughsize is iniformly heated and the test proves that there is always a current from the most remote corner of a room to time bottom of the stove This cur rout of air passing through the sides of the stove while producing a great deal of heat also keeps the fire bowl from getting red hot The hot test part of the heater is at the top instead of time bottom as in time ordinary stove and by never becoming over heat ed it is easy to see how time fire bowl will last for years Mr Douglas has secured the patent on the idea and is now prepared to place his stoves on the market He exhibited his model at Cincinnati two weeks ago and receiv ed much favorable comment on it lIe wil leave this week to show it in Louisville after which he will go to other cities He has been working on the plan for several years and his friends hope that ho will reap richre wards from it We carry the largest and most complete line of SmEt to be found in Rich mond All the Upto Datett styles I Our prices are the lowest The new and nobby things in g 1iJl1W18 ANDNK wI1 A full and complete line of Mens Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars and Cuffs t t L IARNOLD fti tcd 4i o4 t Pot t If to 4iI o4J cd 1St UC Cu Jc C f tf C 8 0u II Unveiling of Monument It is the wish of the Confederale Veterans and members of the G A 11 bolugthe Perryville battle field an event cf possibleIters for the occasion and to invite military organizations of the State as wellas from other States if any such wish to participate and also all G A organizations fritimeof Perryville Will Make a Fortune Louis Leave colored who formerly pr3Cticlnga remarkable device which probably put him on easy street Tho Leader says it is a contrivance called a fete phone Reporter and Recorder Hi claims that one telephoning the offlcii or residence of another can be informed when the person desired will return although there is no one present to an- SWer the phone and can also leave ti number to be called up when the per son desired returns The first part of the invention is operated by a gramo phone attachment set in operation by the ringing of thy telephone bell By setting a dial before leaving one office or residence the phone will be ade to answer for instance when todaybe Uy another arrangement e person calling can leave a number be called which will be recorded in tapeiIeand is desirous of selling a third interest in the invention Thought He Was Riding Councilman Robert la estag SinedtheJessamineduty at the depot and a stranger called him over time phone and offered him a od price for the ticket lie held A w minutes afterward another party propositionAt priceSeeralup and told him of a w flhoand Dmecoveted prize anti kept the telephone wires hot between bore and Richmond He was making plans to give his young ly friends an automobile ride and guring what great advantage he had over the other young men of tho town with the young ladies The telephone wouldnt work and he couldnt ot his belief verified The boys had planned the joke carried it far enough and then dropped the wouldbeaute mobilist as gently as possible The stranger mild not want lila tk1cettImportant to Sunday School Workers The thirtyseventh annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday Schoo Association meets at Hopkinsville August 19 20 and 21 next Nothing is being left undone to make this one of the largest and bost conventions in the history of the Association Mr Marion Lawrence of Toledo Ohio Dr H M Hamill of Nashville Tcnn and Dr A L Phillis of Richmond Va three of the most noted Sunday school workers of America will be present and take a prominent part ij the pro gram The railroads will give time rate of one fare for the round trip Each Sunday school in the State is entitled to one delegate for every one hundred or fraction thereof enrolled It behooves every Sunday school in the State to send delegates to this great convention and pay their way if necessary Many of the best schools in the State are doing this All delegates must receive credentials from time State Association through the county officers Delegates will be entertained free during time con vention As soon as appointed the names of delegates who want enter tainment should be sent to Mrs T C Underwood Hopkinsville Ky For particulars address FL A Fox General Secretary Louisville Ky Nicholajrille Fair The Knights of Pythias of Nicholas ville will give an oldfashioned coun try Fair September 3 and 4 which promises to be one of the biggest tImings Kicholasville has had for years The following members of the lodge have been elected officers of the fait Presi dent J Jl Traynor vice President F P Taylor Secretary R H Webb Treasurer W R Smith Directors J A Vanarsdall T B Scott F D Smith R J Duncan William Masters and D 0 Groff The business mon have contributed liberally as have also several of time large wholesale houses of Louisville and Cincinnati As the premium list is largo and at tractive the fair should bo first class in every particular One commenda be feature is that there will be no Midway or games of chance whilethe best of order is guaranteed An iuvi tation will be extended to the Young Mens Business Club of Cincinnati and the Commercial Club of Louisville to attend tIme first day and participate in the parade As the Eighth district Republican Convention meets there on that date one of the largest crowds in tho history of Nicholasville is expect ed The management is sparing ntith er time nor expense to make this one of time most successful fairs ever Itch in the State Anyfnformation will be cheerfully furnished by the Secretary Teachers Institute In SessiongTime Madison county In ti tnte was called to order by Superinten sMondayInstitute are being held in the chapel of the Caldwell High School Prof J C WilJis of Kentucky University who has so ably conducted the institute for several years past is the instructor Miss Ora Hendren was elected secretary for time week AboUt dxtyfive teach ers responded to the roll call on Mona day but a number of others come in since then making the total enrollment nearly one hundred There are also several prominent teachers from other counties in attendance Superintendent Wagers has prepared a very interesting and instructing pro grimm for the week anti all on the program have responded cheerfulJy1ho ing that the teachers of the county Ire greatly Interested in their work Tha Institute will adjourn Friday aiternoon Under time amended school law the teachers roust attend the Institute a full week five days and teach twenty weeks to make a school term Th lasr also makes it the duty of the County ISupeiintendent to revoke the certifl cate of any teacher or one intending to teach in the county this year who dots not attend time Institute five days unless excused for sickness or eome other cause equally M Lij Death of Dr A Wilkes Smith Dr A Wilkes Smith died at his rne AVestover Terrace in this city morningTbroujh ing everything that skilled physicians and careful nursing could do seemed alto afford but little relief but through painfulillnessChristian fortitude After bis first se vere Illness last winter Dr Smithwas able to be out for several weeks and his ends hun had Rmn impe of his longteflreFor sever weeks it has been known that time end was near Kno in Esmittsdoubled their efforts in trying to alley iate the patients suffering and admin istering to time comfort of his devoted family during his last hours The funeral services were conducted at the First Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon by Rev Dr W H D ri CrteCemetery under the auspices of time Richmond Lodge No SSI no P 0 E Dr Smith war of Virginia parentage and was for more than thirty years prominently identified with the social educational business and professional life of Kentucky He was a public spirited citizen and his name couldal ways be found among those who sought the advancement and upbuild ing of the city and State He led the movement which resulted in the es of ta CollegeDentistry Central University and was for many years its President lie was always a snvoreity and was a member of time faculty of the College of Philosophy Letters a passdmith was probably best known throughout the State by his connection with the various fraternal orders He was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and his house was always open to College students There are hundreds of boys not only in Kentucky but allover the South who will recall with pleasure the sanity happy hours spent in that hospitable home He was Past Commander of Richmond Commandery No 19 and was promi out in Masonic circlesOIt Will largely to the efforts of Smith that Richmond Lodge No 531 li P O Elks was organized two y ears ago A year ago he was made Grand District Deputy Exalted Ruler for the District of Kentucky and through his wise and enthusiastic leadership that great order has made striking progress In 1881 Dr Smith married Miss Bertha Miller of Louisville who with hPoestrongInrue and loyal in his friendships and he will be greatly missed in this com munityAs mark of esteem and a lofty trio bute to the distinguished dead flume erous Elk lodges throughout the State sent representatives to the funeral among timers being Exalted Ruler Fred O Nuetzel and Past Exalted Rulers S Browne and J J Fitzgerald and Hon Jno S Morris of Louisville Lodges lions W S Uronston anti J Tevis Wilkerson Lexington Lodge and othersAmong the numerous telegrams of sympathy received by the Exalted Ruler of Richmond Lodge No 581 are the following Waterloo la July 27 1002 J A Sullivan Exalted Ruler Kichmond Ky I am grieved to hear of Brother Smiths death Accept my deepest sympathy Ho stood high in the order Many will mourn his loss I have wired Mrs Smith and have also wired Mr R W Brown of Louisville to represent me at the funeral Im portant engagement prevents my coming C E PICKETT Grand Exalted Ruler Lexington Ky July 27 1902 sj AL Sullivan Exalted Ruler LPleasedeparted brotlmr A Wilkes Smith fUil assurance of the sympathy of time Kentucky Elks Reunion Association in their great sorrow lIe was one of its4founders and his life worthily illustrated its principles W PKuI Louisville ALL Pr9sItIenLb J A Sullivan Exalted Ruler HlchmollIKv Express to bereaved family our Lodges profound sorrow FRED 0 NUTZEL Exalted Ruler Contractors Busy Time building boom keeps up in Rich mond and will continue as long as there h such a demand for houses as now exists All the contractors have been kept busy during time season with the buildings already started A number of others are projected which will be erected as soon as those under way are completedSnpt Wm Wagers has recently completed another neat cottage on north Second Streetmaking the third he has built this summer Mr J Harry Allen is erecting two cottages on Moberley Avenue nrar Fifth Street york Is progressing rapidly on the Odd Fellows building The brick work will be finished within the week Mr J II Powells new building at corner of Irvimt and B Streets is oing up fast It will be a store with residence attached Mr Robert Harris cottage on Third treet is one of time most attractive that been built this summer Capt John R Pates is building on Broadway Mr WI tints Death In tho midst of the gloom that still hovered over our city on account of the death of Dr A Wilkes Smith it wes announced yesterday at noon that Col George M WiHging hall just passed away at his home on West Main Al though he had long been a sufferer and death seemed inevitable to his family bud friends the end was none the less of n shock to time commanity in which lIe has lived so long Col Will lng was fortyeight years of nsotaml was one of the oldest merchants of Richmond lIe was without addedkformation to Ins equipment for citizen communit3Hojlo Miss Lizzie Bradshaw of Lebanon toJnoumchild Mr Philip L Willging is a most promising young traveling gales nan Time funeral services take place Lfiursday at 10 a mv thence interment a the Richmond Cemetery I I L1L PERSONAL Mrs G G Prewitt is at Crab OrchardMiss Turley was in Versailles Saturday Mrs H R Pickels ia visiting relai lives in Lexington Mrs Z T Rice is the guest of her parents near Lancaster Mr S A O Bullock ofClflcago vis- Ited friends here last week Col D W Tribble attended the Crab Orchard fair last week Dr W W Burgin anti daughter have returned from Crab Orchard Mr W D Oldharn and family are ati tiii Springs for a weeks stay Mr Joe Thnrinan ia spending a few days at Pipe Springs Virginia Mayor D R Teyis was in Mt Sterl- Ing last wtek attending the fair Miss Fannie Iloshal of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs H C Jasper lIon W B Smith is sojourning at ab Orchard Springs this week Mrs Geo D White has returned from a visit to friends at Buruside Miss Francis Scott of Jacksonville Flai is visiting Mrs Mary Maddox Miss Bettie Breck left yesterday afternoon for a visit to friends in Carlisle Mrs George Corzelius and children are visiting relatives in Harrodsburg- MIssMargaret Chenault is spending several days at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Gibson Taylorof Seattle Washington is visiting Miss Anne Bennett Mr T Hart Robinson of Winchester spent Thursday with friends in the city Misses Lettie and Bessie Crowe are spending tho week at MonteagleTenn Mrs Sudie Chenault and children are the guests of Mrs Wm Mills at Burgin Mr Wm Butner and sister were guests last week of Miss Mary Uailard Mr R S Crowe editor of The CLIMAX left yebterday for an outing in Virginia Miss Julia Higgins will leave today for a visit to Miss Mary Robinson at CynthianaMrs K Milward of Lexington is visiting Mrs M C Kellogg on West Main street Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr have from a weeks yislt at Crab rchard Springs Mr W R Brown of Louisville attended the funeral of Dr A Wilkes Smith yesterday Mr and Mrs Grant E Lilly and children went to Irvine Saturday for a visit to relatives Mrs Nannie Arnold was in Lancar ter last week the guest of her daughter Mrs Sam Johnson Mrs Sarah Hewitt has returned to er home in Carrollton after a visit to H C Jasper Mrs J M Layton of Cincinnati isF the guest of Mrs John W Ballardat Whites Station Mr Hayden LeaveD of Lancaster was the guest last week of Mason Dunn near Whites Station Miss Helen Hunter of Nicholasville is visiting her cousin Miss Gladys Perry on tIme Summit Mrs Eugenia Hume and daughter Miss Sue and Mrs E B Hume left Friday for Atlantic City Mr J VanDyke Norman of Louis yule has been the guest of friends in tho city for several days Judge A Rollins Bnrnam and wife returned to Frankfort Friday after a visit of several days here Mrs L J Fr zee lIall returned to her home in Lexington after a visit of two weeks to friends in this city Misses Van GreenleafMary Shackel ford mid Harriet Letcher are spending the week at Dripping Springs Miss Florence Burnside has return ed to her home in Lancaster after a visit to Miss Emily Chenault Mr J Lewis Schlegel and Harry Saturdayfisimimig Miss Mary Mathews and Misses Ruth and Lucy Crowe left Friday for Monteoglc Tenn for a ten days stay Mr G B Turley who has been in several weeks for treatment re turned Saturday much improved in health Misses Mayme Rayburn and Nannie Campbell of Lexington returned home after a visit to Mrs R N Beasley at Paint Lick Col J J Gibson a prominent lum er and coal man of Pincville was the guest of Drs II R and Wl Gibson last week Miss Elsie Harvey of Louisville who has been tho guest of Miss Mary Little left Friday for Frankfort to visit relatives Mr anti Mrs T J Smith and Misses Mary and Mattie Tribble Helen mal Laura Bennett wilt leave tomorrow for Atlantic City Mrs D M Lackey of Lancaster and Miss Vesta Lackey of Kansas City who were the guests of friends herellast week have returned home Mist Thompson Taylor returned Monday to her home in Richmond after a pleasant visit to the family of Mr Ben P oomLebanOlI Enterprise Mrs W F Francis and daughter o 3fand will spend the summer in this city Senator James B McCreary and wife left Monday for Washington and New York where the former was called on business They will be absent about two weeks Mrs Chns Barclay of Bloomington Ills and Mrs Annie Williams of Bellflower Ills are at the bedaide of their father Mr William Dozier who hasI been dangiiMusly ill for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs J P Simmons entpr tamed a number of ftiends at their homo on Silver creek Thursday even ing in bnnorof f Miss Mary Stewart and Mr W Simmons of Florida Mits Bessie Elkin Mrs Hattie Garriott and Mr William Bell of Louisville Mr Clarence M Uooils went to Louisville Saturday to engage Werhles celebrated nd to play the remainder of the season ut Crab Orchard He says that such crowds wore never be fore soon at Crab Orchard or few other places as lire being entertained at the Springs now anti many count them selves fortunate in securing placcs to sleep on the floors an chairs Mr W W Pig of Richmond is tl e guest of lilt W B WilkersonMmtAVm Shearer and home after a visit to Mrs T S Hagan at RichmondMrs M H Pigg left vesterdvy to visit Mrs C II iKgi 1 Richmond From there site J1le8tl11 Estll Springs to spend a few weeks for her health Mrs Pigg lias recently rjtnnied home from time St IIIh Hospital jtnd ta improving rapidlyr Lsx Hwftld July 3 c i r DOG DAYS H- CLOTHJNGFOR MEN I f Uo CIJ3 ft f f 1So Usp4 U 0cfN Thin light things that look well and keep you comfor pricestooL 00Neat upVeryCOOL COATS J 00 to 500Large assortment to choose from LOW CUT SHOES 125 to 400Extra values in all grades Everything thats Light and Cool for Hot Summer Days c d1 liii mgfmfv f COVIPIGTON BANKS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS i ELDERS BARGAINS IN tp l tj v SHOES AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 G5 75 and 85e SSeLadies150newestimm Ro 75OPZ 52 j 0Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c CLOTHINGWe beequaledBoys Mattings J 0 to 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c You are invited to inspect our IOcBaby Caps to 250 MILLINERY Misses Hats 25c to 250 DEPARTMENT Ladies Hats 75c to 750 ELDEDto Liliputian Horses An interesting exhibition on the Fornm of the Incorporated De Krekol Bro Roman Carnival at the Lexing ton Elks Fair August 11 to 16 Inclusive is where the Liliputian horses hold their continual receptions La dies and children delight to watch the seemingly proud actions of these min iature editions of the Pride of Ken tucky Kentuckians with their h 5ereditarywill have a theme for conversation in after years LeI they look upon a nnir of fully matured horses one three rears and a half and the other four ears old standing twentyone anti a alf inches and twentytwo inches re speclfully and the combined weight of the two scarcely ninety pounds A competent lecturer explains the traits and characteristics of the little animals commenting also on their pedigrees This fchtrV will occupy a prominent place on the Forum at the Fair grounds YMCATtxi At the request of the State militaryc authorities the State Executive Com caittec of tile Young Melts Christian Associations of Kentucky will have an iSSpciation tent at the State Guard Encampment at Mammoth Cave July CO to August IS As at former outcome Dienls the tent will be equipped with nliignzines and othur periodicals news inpers writing material games etc aiid many other features for the enjoy nent and benefit of the men during their leisure hours These privileges yHiich are placed by the State Guard are very largely used Last year the Hverago daily attendance rt the tent yfas 038 T wo thousand five hundred aiid thirtyfonr letters were written and jailed The Association work at the Annual Encampment bins been greatly ppreciated by the olllcers and men ijhd Ss one of time agencies which the ate committee employs to extend the elpful influences of tIns Young Mens JrlUaItABBOcilltion to time young men of the entire State Ir W W thebiteSe Association tent tltis year anil will E assisted by Mr 0 L IJratcaw of iot1aYihIe L x irr tL JlJlIi BEFORE YOU GO BOGAERlSAskin Sterling Silver article for the seashore and lakeside Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 7 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KV The lies Liniment For Strains Mr F U Wells the merchant at a illwaysBalm as the best liniment Jar strains I used it tart winter for a severe lame ness in the side resulting from a strain and was greatly pleased with time quick relief and cute it effected For sale by Stockton llagan 1m Respect and esteem art the tinny bread of matrimony a little jam or honey on it now and then would do no harm No Substitute Wanted anyheahlerortmiceby yourselves I did ask for and will not have any substitute for Perry Dav- Is lUinkillcr I havu used it my fath or used it am I would not bo surprisedf if my grtindparents did so too no imitation that can equal it That I am sure offor stomach acheoThe paths of peace aro bird to follow because sotmauy bullies post them selves along the way Nature makes all timings beautiful in their time Every onunf lifes seasons whim life moves on Natures beautyMlmvthey imist experience change of life They fear that face and form may Bnf mlYHallIhe value of Doctor Tierces Favoiite Prescription in this crisis of womans life lies in the fact that it assists Na ture Its use preserves time balance and buoyancy brthe mind and tins tains the physical powers Many grttitutetorvents Proscription in this trying per iodV Its benefits are not passim but permanent and condnce W mental hap piness as well as physical strength The man who strenuously blows hjs own horn will soon create tLe impret eton that he i puffed up I The Same Old Story siml1aOss every neighborhood in the United leIoltlh3ofdvsentery aoelDiarhoeading to directions and with entirely satisfactory results The trouble was controlled much quicker than forme1 attacks when I used remedies flfHendersonton Hogan 1m Getting experience is the most cost ly form of dissipation prtvlIenttertIfatntltimely UFO of Chamberlain Clic Boimmedyf one tvt urcd antI which is always kept on hand at the home of ye scribe This is not intondetl as a fn e pull for tIme company tobenefitliulu Nofamirymspeeiiiiiill ur nat For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m Money iothe root but lack of Itie theseedor all evil Stop the Oeash aa L Work off the Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents A womans boudoir and a nina 8 li brary rQ tho strongholds of love in matrimony TO cnaiCO TJ I2T ONBlSA a lbtprtAIIlrit fail to cUie E W Grovel ais time a on Mch box 26 tcN1w n 0II 1i Sii itsI IW1 J I tiI H t j A I TO iirwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence f I Vearn pleased it ion sale at 101InlpthatI places in Arbnckle Simmons titui cv t Hamilton Jo US Powell J W Masters J V Wultlock Jolm Stapp Button Roberts 3t Tetter J W Prcwltt LA Wearren C 0 MoWbarter BIclmerBarlj Rcbmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruth ton ratnt tick Kirksvillo Por Sa1e The National f Collection AgericyI Washington D Ci W11 dispose of the following jrnmonts- ALtW Webber Berkley KSl3R26Ufirge Potter Clinton Ky 11245 J v Powell Dixon Kg 1300 N J Brandon Jt Co liexter Ky Th 20 J Young Son GUscow Ky 4110 Kuep l n Milton Ky 1it4tl1 Phlppt Alt Sterling Ky F dlnand Schuble Louisville tolRA Austin Kockport Ky136 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C TrayCt Tern I to in ThroughTaxaswIIb FRWYATTTPA +ruaor Reclining Chair ALL IftSP0S TANT TEXAS P0SPJIS Double Daily ro INDIAN TEXAS GHOGTAW FLYER 4 to Little Rock 3IFretRetUtilntEqBlpmect Unierptiicd Superb Strike Mnphli Ticket UOke St PJtTnFTennSGoomLit tie J SometRasous Why You hw it on LURED HAP MESSOIL Unequaledbranycrf Jier Ren ers soft AAHARNESSAu rvativc Reduces cost jt mr harness Never burns the l gather its Efficiency is mere ased Secures best rem ce Stitches kept fri breaking OIILr Isso1din all t iociirauwtri by ledard Oil Company 16StTU new woina n seems to have given iro trying not an old girl I t r- i BUSINESS PPOPOS ITION JCarnegie takes a check mllllonIbuys a barrel ol Oil for S and sells WI Business A man dip vAa well 00 feet deep for 20thats La bor IMison takes a cylinder and AL makes it talktluite Ingenuity I Marconi takes an Instrument with rir Se and makes It ulk ioo- nilltst hats Brains be Den egist- L takes Harifoam the Shampoo Tonic and Dandruff Cure sells it to the public It will stop the hair from fall ing out a id remove dandruff thats 1I a Jodsei id f 25c Per Bottled t For Bale B- yE O WINESM toufactured by I CHI LOS DRUG N York LexIngton Rye eta 1 = oIInI Elc r CRJJ ANINkIANTER4I i Are best reacft by the Co ton Belt Iifle runs two rainsbday fro M mphi to Texas withoit change Nthese t ai S CI ei reach direDomake cIostonneC o i 1oraiprisofTexaSOh0si andI dianTertittty t It you want fiaV l a B jod home In Texas w here hla crops are raised and whore itIeprosper write for acopy ufourkhandsorae booklets homes iRe South V we and a Camera Sent 1body who anxious lobelleYr his IL LWUBEAUMECP4TTAaLOUISIJJ Free Cars an Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA TERRITORY Kemphli 4 BEliPHIS Main Rock Ark Should Hiving to bo Andrew it for1O4hat8 out jPris r ity is Profit hara ng The Cincinnati Enquirer cote aside 911000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel ectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the pulation voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is Mhat will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general state election to be held on Tuesda November 4 1902 12000 will he presented to on making tkc nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if en exacr correct estimate is made making a total of 24OOQ for a correct estim tte An additional sum of 10000 ill be given by the Daily Enquirer for en exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at lime of making such estimate rJi There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to tdditional estimates at rate of oc for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be jnade on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules tnd regulations made and provided Send for circulars blanks etc to ENQUIRER 1ROFITSHARING BUREAU EC x 716 Cincinnati O Of = 22cV1 u= J J1tt I LOuisviile Henderson tndSto Louis Railway Horneseekers1 ExcursionsA- T LOW RATS l f4 TO 1- 1IWEST E TicktsoiStlc First a n d Third t Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902t Also Lpr Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and Colifornieu Points O NZX r For Further Inf Drmotlon Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tnvv Ptvss Adervt Cenl PMC A nt- LOVIS ifiLE KY TT ++ + + CALL AT + + + l JONESMERSHNI ISALOON PARLOR WHSH IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can dispensedbydating clerks Oenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND JTY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BT USINO Dr Kings New Discovery FOIL Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Prico 50c SI Trial Bottle Free LOW RATESWest VIA BOS W San Francisco and return account Biennial MeetingKnights of Phthia Tickets will be sold August to 9 inclusive Tacoma Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will be sold July IS to 20 inclusive 1932 Salt Lake UtahB- enevolentProtective Order Elks Tickets will be sold Augusts to 9 inclusive 2For particulars sleeping car space etc call on any agent t BOSWor e O P McCARTY Genera Passenger Agent ClncnnMtl Ohio Dont Forget Annual Cheap Personally conducted Excursion to Niagara Falls via C H cDAugust 2 1902 Tickets good 12 days Only wf7 00From Especially low rates from othor point Very cheap side trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay Montreal D G EDWARDS P T M CINCINNATI OHIO For Spring 1902cQ White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies jNaiusoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings S Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fi 110 Prill ted Novelties Ginghams Chumbrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe Je Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WbiteAND GmSOn RICHMOND KY Fake Statistics Several days ago The Sen tinel called attention to some alleged statistics reported by Mr William E Curtis as obtained from advanced reports of the census bureau and showing that a very small proportion of the business in protected industries is done by the trusts Attention was specially called to the fact that these statistics on their face were unreliable The total of wages paid in the iron and steel industry for example in 1901 was reported at 81098583 The United States steel corporation had just reported its profits for six months at the sum of SG4 407153 which isat a rate over 50 per cent greater for the year than the total of wages paid in the industry in and out of the trust The Sentinel stated at the time that such a proportion was an absurdity on its face The second volume of the census report on man fact ures confirms this statement It shows that the total paid in all industries was 21 330578321 and the profits the value of the product in excess of expenseswas SJ 913946078 The relation of wages and profits in the iron and steel industry does not differ materially from the average The returns for 209 principal cities show the total wages paid in this indus try to be 64284616 and the total profits for the same to be 58707000 It is mani fest therefore that the Curtis statistics aremade to order The Sentinel brings this to notice again because it is evi dent that the Republican leaders are preparing to defend their subserviency s to trusts on the ground that the trusts do not amount to anything and do not control any industry This policy is eon stan tly man ifested The Indianapolis Tournal Thursday had an article maintaining that the sugar trust was of- no importance because a new refining company has been or ganized and yet that trust dominates the sugar market entirely and had influence enough to defeat Cuban reci procity The people may prepare for all sorts of hum bug arguments from Repubr licans on the trust issue Indianapolis Sentinel A Yorkshireman who has been a citizen these twenty years of the United States took a fellow countryman to Judge Gildersleeves court the other day to have him nat uralized The foreigner en tered the courtroom with a cigar and kept the smoking butt between the fingersfjof his uplifted hand as the clerk perfunctorily recited the oath Without rising or falling in flection the official reeled it off thus I swear that I will support the constitution of the United States and that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegi ance and fidelity to every for eign prince potentate State or sovereignty particularly to Edward VII King of En gland of which country I have been a subjectand just then noticing the cigar and if you dont take that stinking cheroot out of your hand before his honor hap pens to look this way andsees it he will have you deported so help me God The butt droppedwithout exploding and the man became a citizen New York Press WHEN IlLS AT STAKE The most timid man wilt take any ropedroppedpery log over the abyss anything that offers a chance of life is eagerly snatch safetylIefor the means to that end- There are thou sands of men and women whose lives are at stake who are hindered acceptingthe safety by foolish Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has the means of restoring health to many men and women whose hol low cough bleeding emaciation and weak ness seemed to warrant the state meat of local ph- ysiciansThere is no cure possible Why should prejudice against a putup edicine you from trying what has cured thousands of suffering men and women fljscorelywrites Mr Moses Miles of Hllliard Biota Co Vyomingvi had asthma so bad I could not sleep at and was compelled to give up coujhedallall thought I bad consumption My Wife had taken Dr licrce Favorite Prescription and it tryIngdid I have taken four bottle and Bin now i DrPitreeaOoldenThe sole motive for substitution is to permit the dIet to make the little more paid tl tM MIS tas nicrkrio medjclac XgIz enmc it Stranlre Insect A mysterijus bug that it is saW wj1l1 val the kissing bug which hits lately been at work again This made its ap pearance in numberof western cities The bugs favor ite place of attack is on the leg and its bite is considered extremely dangerous In Denver three victims are suf fering from bites and all are in a serious condition- A strange thing about the insect is that none of its victims can remember seeing it They recollect1 slight pain and then more pain An examination revealed a punct ure Then followed all the poisonIingThe bug is evidently able to penetrate through clothing of several thicknesses for in each of the three cases the victim was warmly clothed The fact that it has not been seen is making it difficult for physicians and naturalists to decide what sort of a thing it isIt is probable that the leg bug will be heard from again and it may create just as much fear as the kissing bug Plenty of Nerve Loss of flesh often means loss of force It takes plen ty of nerve strength to car ry on the work of flesh mak ing Scotts Emulsion brings with it new nerve strength and rich nourishment MrvtThis signature Is on every box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo Quiniuc Tablets tho remedy that cures it cold l in ono day Any woman can keep a secret pertaid to the fact that her new dress is but an old one made ovor Tetter SuUKheim and Eczema The intense itching and smarting irci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment JUuny very bad ssiscs nave been permanently cured by it It h cqnally efliownt for itching piles and favorite remedy frr sore nipples clwppud hands cluibliiins frost bites it nil chronic soro eyes 25 cte per box Dr Ilr14 Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pric 25 ents per packaga The new woman seems to have given up trying to be an old girl One Box Cures Eczema I had a very severe case of eczema and tried several icmedies given me by diflerentdruguiMs but they did not give me satisfaction Mr Eyinann rec ommended your Ilemicks Eczema Cure anti it gave me instant relief and one box cured me of the desease nOscar Schilling Warsaw Illinois For sale by B L Middleton 5inuely A small boy defines a headache as a stomach ache in the brrin I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach tk Liver Tablets and find them the best thing for my stomach I ever used savs T W Robinson Jus tice of the Peace Looinia Mich These Tablets not only correct disorders of tje stomach but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take and pleasant In effect Price 25 cents per hot For sale by Stockton lln gnu 1m When some men lalk they dont be leive a word they her 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 Pille They are gen tIe thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at Perry fe Thomas drug store lin The Hoochee Coochee Barred There will be no hoochee coochee dances at the Lexing ton Elks Fair this year This attraction has forever been barred The Lexington Elks have decided to eliminate all coarse features and the big Roman Carnival will be a great novelty and relief from the usual run of shows at agricultural fairs The Lexington Fair this year is Aug 11 to 16 inclusive Farmers everywhere mayI work with the assurance that they will realize good prices for their surplus There can hardly be an overproduction of farm crops this year There has seldom if ever been a scarcity of stock feed as gen eral all over the country as this past spring It is mighty little old corn or hay that you can find on farms now This general shortage will make a demand that can not be met by full crops of everything1 Good pastures are filling up the stock that in Jio very many instances came through the winter in poor condition an 1 good prices will stimulate stockmen to making an extrat effort to get animals in the market in the bEt possible shape So as jilie farmer tickles the soil h feels assured that his r turhS will this season be gitisfactorv and the more be Dickies the larger will be his prots When stfiue men talk iJiey tlont bo Iivo a word they hearJj f A mnallboy defliiesicaUaeIiegt a Stomach clio IB ihe l 1 iH 1f t WOMANS RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tle pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman needs to havo any Wino of Cardul will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and tho dragging head backand side aches caused by falling of tho womb and irregular men- sesWINEOFCARDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes tho men strual 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 GHCENWOOD LA Oct li 1900 Iltavo been very sick lot some time I was taken with a severe pain In my sMo and could not get any relief until I tried a bottlo of Wine ofCardui Do fore I had token all of it I was relieved I feel it my to that you hayo a wonderful medicine BIas M A YOCST gCIIaUanooga J L THE MOUNTAIN CHAUTAUQUA jaatata Lakc Park Hatyiand On the Crest of the Alkjoany Mountains Unquestionably the most superb and eusiblc summer resort in America 1800 feet above sea level 350000 in fested in improvements anti still the place retains its charming runil sim plicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasonable rates This resort is tho site of the Moun tain Chautauqna and summer schools and of the Rreht 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 inoun tains is famous Excursion ticket may be obtained over the BiS O South Western from June 1st to September SOth good returning until October Tlst 1002 Specially low rates during Julv and Aug ust for the Chautauqna and otliT gatherings Information about attrnc tiuiiB entertaiwnontp Buinine school sessions He will ill furnished in roply to iiKjuiriHs ndiir sstil tn L A Uuili eall Moiiniiiiti ltI o lark Ilinrylaiti For information m the cnbjict of rates and tiun of trains apply to Tick etAgents B 0 S W It or the undersigned J B Scott District Passenger agent Cincinnati Ohio O P McCarty G P Cincinnati Ohio Leaders in several religious bodies are starting an active campaign for an increase of students in theological semi naries It is found that not enoughare graduating to fill vacancies not to mention any available men for growth There are always more churches than ministers in all religious bodies save Methodist and Roman Catho lic where supply and demand are rigidly controlled but the discrepancy is larger to day than ever before in the history of Christian effort in America A man must put his best foot up ward as well as forward if he would reach the top of the ladder No Cordelia a vriter isnt necessarily a hog because he lives by ills pen The ministers wile dosent call her husband My good man Old people are often willing otdio lor love of anothers opionions GoinjToialtLakeUty Quite a number of Rchmond Elks are planning to attend the annual ro union of the order at Salt Lake City Tho pilgrimage from Kentucky will be made in a magnificent train which will leave Louisville August 7 at 130 p overtime B and OS W The members of Louisville Lodge have extended a cordial invitation to their brothers out in the State to join them and from present indications every lodge in Kentucky wilt be represented The trip west will be a series of ova tions and receptions for tho Kentucky Elks At Denver Colorado Springs and other places they will be given receptions It has been decided to open the train to all citizens recommended by Elks In this way advantage may be taken of the low rates eel K S Brown district passenger agent of the B and O S W has issued an attractive booklet giving full information about the trip Col Brown is one of the transportation directors for tripco ROUTE Popular Excursions TO Old Point Comfort And Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and SeptemberSolid vestjbtilecl Trains dining cars I Pullman Sleeper Stopover allowed in the mountains Full information at U it OIidiot office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 13 RoundTrip GEO W BARNEY D P A John J3 Potte A 0 P A Louisville ft iwtis Eailroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVB RICHMOND or lIOSrmbyvilleand For Irvine iMam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRI7B RICHMOND From Louisville Ledngton audi 1l5tam Cincinnati RlGr m From Irvine 335 pm From Millers CreeL 830 am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr Versailles Ky R A Woolums 8 A Richmond Mr Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Mrs Betbseba Adams deceased are re quested to file sam on or before June 25 prop erly verified or same wilt be barred Those knowing themselves to be Indebted to the es state are requested to tall and settle- R C ADAMS may2l 4t Admlnlstartor Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against Dr C J Bales that arose prior to his assignment are requested to present same verified as required by law to the undersignel on or before August 15 1002 or same wlllt barred 18inn7w J T15VIS COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors All parties or persons having claims against the tstate of Ed Baxter diceased will present same verified as the requires to the undersigned on or before Aug 15 th 1902 or same will barredJuly 1002 Mrs Hattie A Baxter administra tor July 164t KOldal Dyspepsia 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 have been cured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Prepared only by F O HEWITT Co Chicago The U bottle contains PH times tbuSOcslz For sale by Perry ct Thomas Of Vital Interest WK havn erected a large slid and more modern business iiotife to tnko the place of time ont re cently dtjstroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison and adjoining coun tics always paying tho highest pricesVe kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your produce and we will convince you that we proposu to load in this bUbiness in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near LN Depot 2jaqly RICHMOND KY Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme oi Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one fare plus 200 rouuJ trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jtni 8th Auctst 2d to 8th Round trip good liQ 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 Portland first class good in chair cars seats free stanchul sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast route tho Burlington to Denver through Senii Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores of the coolest and best Summer localities in the country frequent periods oftow Summer rales Apply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip wheatimer to Colorado Pacific Coast Yellowstone Park Minnesota unit let us advise youSend Colorado or California 1002 publications free W M SHAW P 400 Vino Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis M- oS TH- ELexingtont Democrat T IS THE ONLYS- sDAILY Paperiu it Blue + Grass Region tJ J ++ f+ It Is especially d toted to tinocratIcnews witTerSubscription Price t Hoo a Year 7 15 Cents a Week b Carrier I 4 It W P WALTON EClTOaAND R Lexington K ntocky l1 l re Come in And Examine This Range 1 We think AVecan convince n Is better than man T We know other we can fuil vince yon of the fart11Stt far better than a ast RaDr The Majestic Is made of Malleable Iron and oft warp or break like a cast stove Cone and see for yourself Cultivators At the right prices A few Tongue Cultivators at 16 Others from 15 up Screen Doors at Your Own Price Tin work and repair work promptly done by an experienced work- manArbuckle Simmon Majestic Headquarters jjjjjjjjjjejjjjSks s o eT r1r It is time you were thinking ahIi your- a 59 and therefore it is time to tlinl K us You cannot be too parti uii about your You want a large and varied st k to select from You want wii variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service inu these wants in the fullest measuiv and earnestly ask an inspection If our stock before placing your ovil c Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Iuly3lly KENTUCKY i 1J I lYfNYBODYttJ t flOW RERDY Off the only Method of We do not say that wemay develope your muscles but that we Each individual is given special attention no form or apparatus is rcq1 we only ask that you follow our instructions carefully for ton minutes tJ nIght before retiring or upon arising in the morning Using our method only develops the muscles but produces the heart action which pumps pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught byn only Thousands have been relieved oi constipation Indigtstion and If trouble We can and will do the same thing for you In two weeks tiDe not only harden your muscles but give strength and vigor to the entire l thereby producing a graceful and an easy carriage This is the onlyW that Toes not overtax the heart If there is t wish Uon Our method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 snaymm y AN RAYMOND InStrtiCtOC TIlE um 3e FURNITURE prisWe weS Oldham IIliD110UYOllftlf PRELIMINARY GRTRlOGUe ftppucarorf Teaches Scientific 4cAt RdP11cZDeve1orn9Keller Physical Cultur o- IevelttklzllIly I J I PER 1 j YEAR I I i n i a r 0 I i ri 1J f rliii