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I 1rF rbuPJI LLI rIT 1 ThE RICHMOND CLIMAX OLUME 29RIdHMOND MADISON COUNTY TC1NTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 6 1902 NUMBER 11 The Wonderful Star- Refrigerator BestI- VIad byicoquestion Voter Coolers be called into service as Spring not buy a new clean one IWillmake the sparkling water more invit hent there is your Id Freezer Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will tun or regret the moneys int Ynd last but not least iliit forget thatwe sell hf best Stoves on earth K Jewell Stoves and and get one of our to the of your are best on KY u K in il a of our 10 t nMirs 10 to Oc a rusIiLs 10to2Ju rr 12 an J 25c fjrtiiisis 40 to 70c gIHls 22to2i PIT t 4c per dozen L f s iSc per dozen siJ Me per set s 14c dinner x 30 s f Ulcers Hc per sot The will solve the ice and will save money for you soon Why Rangese MakeScreen Doors Windows Come BROWN CULTIVATORS keep weeds out corn They the earth It SUACKELFORD CO Main Street eJlf RICHMOND he Racket Store goodsicfoundiintucky and especially Madison county Below ftimd few many bargains to23c pair- S yard- rubbers Irnratelcomplete Galvanized wash tubs 50 to Coc Buggy whips 10 20 and 25c Web lialtors 18c Halter leads Sc Floor mops 12inch 814inch17c ICinch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to 35c Stap hinges 4 to 13e Chamois for ladies glove lOc Ribbons from Ic to 15c per yard perydLaiiesSeam braid 4c bolt WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Sets fl1I1d complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware ii ng Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which u1 forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket KI i call examine our stock of goods and get prices we sure to add you to our list of customers We shall at all- s endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you ri IS a call and examine our goods before purchasing eA iipre UIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery MX STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves n our IWt splendid assortment of +p + + + + ++ + +++ + ++ ++ I FURNITURE I + + +++ + 4 + + + + ++++ + + +++++ + + + + + + 44 +++ which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristlin with Holiday selections To properly celebratfl the season yoU will probably desire some new piece We have new Chairs Tables RulFet Jiifna CabinetsijidcIJosirds BverythingBuitnbleforthe Dining Honm Iron JJpils full stork has just reached us Library and Center Taljles Iiv variety and beautiful workmanship r ladies Desks best bargains ever oflTureililockers anystyle ypu may wWi Couches v cry latest designs Ken the line of Leather Goods Picture Kntminff Carpets Matting anti HUSH t + + + t JO 8 JOPLIN Ii 220222 W Main Street- t j 6444 ++++++ +vv ndertaking a Specialty North Water G W Evans Jr1 Embaliuer and Director ii R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt SandLm iCement PlasteffI irEtc met irvr Jnand B Street f lTtPh 8 t SIR HIRAM MAXIMS PLANS Strong in His Belief of Final Success in Constructing An Airship LuiJuly21Sir Hiram Maxim Urn fammi engi neer awl inventor fends woicl from lux London home to President Francis of the WorMs Fair that he will polo work ns soon as his health will permit upon new experimer is for a flying ma chine Sir Hiram is slowly recover lug from an attack of bronchitis and has gone to the South of France for a CQurso ofspecial treatment at one of the baths He expects to return Sep Jenernllyknowneither the smallest relation to or none at all to a balloon He firmly believes that an effective machine can be made with which to navigate tho air lie has already spent about 75000 in ex periments and is quite as strong as ever in his belief of final success It Is ex tremely probable a little later in the year if his health is fully restored that he will come to St Louis andenter more fully upon the matter giving the Committee the benefit ol lila experi inents and of his great knowledge of aerostatics Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Noth ing to Try U It H Uotrfnic Blood Balm is how recognized as a erlalll and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples carbunclesBloodBairnenrichhugsupplytothe only cure to stay cured for theee aw fa annoying skin troubles Heals ever sore and gives the rich glow of thebrokenblood red and nourishing Especially advised for old cases that doc tors patent medicines and lint springs proveBprepaid by writing Blood Balm Co suitfreeler 1m A Day of Fakirs There was probably never a time in the history of the Stato when there were so many fakirs wanderinj arouud trying to swindle farmers and other people out of their eyeteeth or any thing else of value You can scarcely pick u I an exchange but what you read of this man or thrt buying a gold brick of the most pronounced type It is one game this time and a new one next timo Each fellow teaches a new trick Hud you cant learn them all without going busted People aro inclined to do their dealings with furreners They will send their money off to a mailorder house or give it to some fakir wandering over the country when tim same goods could be bought for less money right at home In one case you have the word of your home dealer and you know he will make matters right In tho other case you have the slick sugar coated promise of a stranger whom you never see again and who never wants to see you Home merchants are compelled to sell the best goods because their honor and reputation are at stake Malt order houses sell seconds of all goods and the purchaser is sometimes glad to get anything never complain big when he fails to find a scarcity of kinship or complexion between the sample or description and the goods itselfIts human nature and until human nature changes home merchants will lie deprived of trade that belongs to theta and the general public will be hard up for the benefit of the dear peo pic in other States Exchange Prevention of Corn Smut Corn smut is not easily prevented and to the present time we have been able to discover no remedy for it Picking off the smut balls before their developes have burst eeems to be the most effective preventive of the spread of the smut spores Cattle should not be allowed to cat them as the spores then get into the manure and are taken again into the fields When masses of dry smut are found in the fall they should be burned Farmers Review NelI1ve lost ray bathing suit Belle Oh dont worryabout trIfles MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many socalled birth medicines and most remediesor women in the treatment of her delicate 1nlcont3in more or strychnineDodlU ists arenotpermitted to sell narcot poisonsDo l4 not take Internally ay medtclBe tor the cyDo Friend is applied externally only Do You Know that Movers Friend is a celebrated prescription and that it has been in use over forty rears and that each bottleof the genuine bears the name of The BradBeld Regulator Co Do you know that when use this remedy during the period of gestation you will be Wax h and clever children lgIYafetoo persuaded to try a ubktitute Our little book jtoMMffcaod free TNI UWMVM jM MII te Anecdotes of Uncle Samuel Captain Sam Bryants death was the cause of much talk among local horsemen of Chicagoeays the Newsof that city antiwhile general regret over hii demise was shown the conversation turned principally to anecdotes con nected with lila lire Captain Bryant was without a doubt the most picturesque turfman Kentucky ever produced He was also one of tho most distinctive diameters ii this section of the country More thai fifty years had Sam Bryant lived iu the American turf annals as jockey trainer and owner When about big as a blue grass water Jugand water jugs in Kentucky in the 40i were quite small young Sam began to ride in four mile heat races Hi weighed about 100 pounds then and when he died he weighed lees than that The pink complexion light beard and confidential wink of the old liuiei will he recalled by man old pa irons of the turf While somo will recall his ruling oil at Monmouth park in the cfrly SOs because of the running of Lis horse Big Medicine alt will remember SaUl Bryant best because of his animal Proctor Knott tIle bet hoes sab that ever kicked dust in the eyes ofajockey The story goes that Bryant selected the ugliestlooking yearling at General Jacksons Belle Meade lana and agreed to pay 10 for the animal a gelding Alike llwer and other horse men who were then in their prime made fun of Bryants choice Hell be a great twoyearold said Bryant and Ill get the money to buy him from ray old friend Coggan The latter it is said did make an advance to Bryant and Bryant led his gelding away to devote his time to the ungainly looking yonngiiter It was not long before Uncle Samuel discovered i hat the sou of Luko Black burn and Tallapooea had speed that was marvellous The year 11588 unquestionably Proctor Knotts yenr1 Besides other big stakes he won the Junion Championship with odds of 10 to 1 against him Sam never left the side of his geld Jill when the pair reached Long Island a few days in advance of the running of the futurity which in that year was the stake of all stakes in America and worth fully 10000 And when Proctor Knott went to the post he was a racing tool steeled to any contest by the art of his trainer Jock ey Barnes who a few days ao was said to have been committed tq an asylum as a mentally arid financially broken man piloted the gelding winner in the futurity a half length from J B Haggins world wonder Salvator The enormous crowd at first stunned by Salvators defeat was quick to cheer the lank gelding his rider and his owner Bryant himself in the crowd thought he saw Galen win the race and judge of his joy when he was told that Proctor Knott had won The horse world soon resounded with the praises of Bryant for his horse But it nearly broke the veterans heart when Spokane won tne Kentucky derby from Proctor Knott the following year Look Pleasant Please Photographer C C Harian of Eaton 0can do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form of indigest ion AH physicians and medirinps failed to help him till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a god send to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for di senses of the Stomach Liver anti Kidneys they bnild up and give new life to tho whole system Try them On ly 50c Guaranteed by Perry Thom as druggist 1m Rockefellers Nightmare It Is interesting possibly somuwhat disquieting to note how great for tunes swell like rolling snowballs The principal Rockefeller fortune being the most conspicuous affords the ino t stricking illustration It did not exist in 1870 It was in its beginnings in 1S72 much less than a generation ago as generations must be counted in these days of Improved sanitation It was exclusively an oil fortune fifteen years ago Today it is in gas iu coal in iron in railways in rcpper in lead in electricity in street railways in steamships in banks in hotels in apartment houses in tene ments In all kinds of mortgnge4inf- act in everything And Its income of more than 40000000 a year ban be come a night mare to its owner Spend it ho could not if be would Give it away he would not fortunately for the spirit of manly independence Let it lie Idle he dare not for so inucjt idle capital uppiling would disarrange the worlds1nances It is said that he had an attack of despondency a few years ago brought on by tho fact that a vast number of farmers to whom he had loaned mil lions as he hoped as a safe iiiTest ment for years suddenly paid him rand compelled him to surrender a carload of mortgages He had hula money but be did not want it because it brought lila another problem of investment The greater business ability lie shows and the more fortunate ho is the more stupendous his problems become The quickest way to grow rich in NewYork has long bccn by showing rich men now investments The Rockefellet for tune is one of hundreds and all are growing and swelling by the operation of causes over which the owners have very little control In the futuip it will bo possible for man with good commercial brains to grow rich liven faster than they have been growing rich in the past decade for the priq of commercial brains is rising by and houndJDavid Graham Pl llipSI- in New York TimesIAtaincetingof the State Boanl of Prison Commissioners in Louis lie contracts were let for tho building f a new cellhouse and the erection if a new bonndery wall to replace uiuold entwyTheThe wall will be 325 feet Irom the fl ni teiitiary Work will begin a onco At Elizsbethtown the Democratic County Committee has decided to all a primary for September 20 to B ml nato candidates fOt the LegTsla re raeclltIn r wOnly 50 Cents Ito make your baby strongand well A fifty cent bottle of Scotts Emulsion will change a sickly baby to a plump romping chile thinkISendforareesamp1eanjtryfr 409415 Peart Street New York soc and zoo all dnrggistsIi Democratic Party the Peoples Hope William F Vilas who was Secretary of the Interior in President Clevelands Cabinet was recently asked by Mr A F Warden chairman of the Democrat- Ic State Central Committee to give his opinion respecting political conditions the possibilities of Democratic harmo ny Iud tho assurances of the partys restoration to power antI the relief of the people from Republican adminis trationMr Vilas todny replied in part as follows Nothing can be more evident tome who takes a broad view ot the na tnre of public affairs or of our political history than that achievement of good is only to bo won by leaving to the past the burial of its own dead and pushing on undisturbed to the great ends open in the future Whatever the alignmerJs on past issues the Democratic party remains today the hope of the people of this land On no other CUll be placed any just expectation of a rescue from the menacing conditions that beset us Any one can see who will see the truth that all the combinations of greed all the plotters who work upon our Government to win special gain at the cost of the people at large arc to be found supporting the party now in power Speaking of the trust evil Mr Vilas saidThe people must arm their stroke at the root of the poisonous tree It is idle to complain of mere incidents to merely attack particular evils to be roniaone is worth winning is the over throw of the grand central governing conspiracy of protection When that crowning moicy shall be vouchSafed the very purification of the nations soul by the fires of the strife will easily enabh it to subdue the lessor forum ill which Satan is embodied in our na tional life Fot a t once ran all nationalwrongs be redressed and those borne by our countrymen must challenge first relief I fear distraction Protection is quick to profit by it Its shrewd counsels have fomented war have set the na tion in quest of military glory and find its account in tIme controversy over imperialism We may justly hold pro tection itself responsible for these con ditions it with craftily keep agitation of such questionsalive and we may be sure also as the careful observer can not but see the fact now to be that it imIlAlways a Demand A few years ago when the selfbind ers were put on the market the labor ing men complained and said that this machine would deprive them of a vast amount of labor for which they received good wages No one will dis pute the fact but what the binders do the work of thousands of inon yet ac cepting this to be a fact WA must ad mit that it is now harder for the farmers to secure labor In harvest time than it was before tutu binder was in vented This great arcry of men have found work in other callings and no doubt work that is just as remunera tie and time labor not half so hard as wheatbinding No matter how many machines are put on the market there will forever be a demand for muscle power and brain force It takes labor to manufacture the endless variety of machines that are displacing labor One will about offset the other Just so it is with the horse With all the horseless carriage there will always be R demand for the horse Laruo Herald All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis writes J H Johnston of Broughton Ga that often I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured hv Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wifo suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured and all our experience goes to herI is tha best Croup medicine in the A trialwill convince you its unrival ed for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 50c and 100 Trial drugtortWorlds Fair News Notes Korea has officially accepted the Presidents invitation to exhibit at the Worlds Fair The Illinois Commission has decided to spendS75000 upon their Stato build Ing at the Worlds Fair Elmer N Ball formerly in the sup UnitedIStatconstruction of the Worlds Fair million dollar Art Palace The National Hay Association de cided by an unaminons rising vote to meet at the Worlds Fair in 1001 Philadelphiawill have q municipal building at the Worlds Fair If present plans carry reproduction of Independ once Hall with the Liberty bell Time room in which the Declaration of In dependence was read and signed is the room in which the Articles of Federa lion and later the constitution of the United States were adopted Intle pendence Hall also contains tIme room in which the first three Chief Justices of the United States lucid court At tho next session of the State Teachers Association of New York a competitiveexhibit of all educational actlvltlvesof the State will be held tot the purpose ot securing a complete representative scientific exhibit or which iba SUtes exhibit at the Worlds Fair at J3t Louia msbE baaed f EARLY WINTER PREDICTED Wild Ducks Begin Their Southward Flight Much Earlier Than Usual What is tho world coming to And where are tie ducks going Crit Jones one of the bwtknown citizens of the South Side was out on Isis front porch Friday evening just after supper trying to get somo relief from the heat when he heard a famil iar sound overhead The sound was familiar because Mr Jones if an old hunter Casting his eyein fact both eyes aloftMr Jones beheld a sight that astonished him almost as much as if ho lied seen Santos Dumont scooting through the atmosphere in an airship Sailing along not far overhead was a big flock of vild lUCkS flying in the usual wedgeshaped formation- If they had been summer ducks or wood ducks which breed iu this section Mr Jones would not have been surprised although it is not customary to see this duck moving about in flocks at this season But these visitors were big fatbodied fellowsas large as mallards or red heads They passed over so rapidly that Mr Jones vas un iblo to distinguish the variety He could not even tell whether they were fish ducks or an edible sort H dops know however that he never saw ducks migrating in midsummer be fore Scott McCarthy assistant to tIe foreman of the News Democrat and sev eral other residents of the South Side also witnessed the unusual spectacle The ducks were headed for tho South west They seemed to be in a desper ate hurry to get away from the North Ordinarily tho sight of ducks moving in numbers is not noticed in this cli mateuntilafter time first heavy frosts It is taken to betoken the coming of freezes snows and real winter weather Why the webfooted travelers should leave tllfeir nests and young in the mid lie of July and go hurrying toward the Gulf of Mexico is a mystery Perhaps tho feathered tourists have private tip from the weather clerk that a sudden and unprecedented but not altogether unwelcome cold snap is at hand Perhaps they arc the advance agents of a nice snow storm in the dog days But whatever the cause of their corn ing the fact remaIns that Mr Jones ind the others saw them A TEXAS WONDER HALLS CHEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Groat Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal omissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mall on receipt of f One small bottle is two mouths treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr K W Hall sole man ufacturer P O IU x 6211 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials fold by nil druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD TillS Richmoifd Ky Feb 0 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoUeir Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when Ibegan using it today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dPc Will try to Steal Cuba According to the New York Tribune the leading Republican organ of this country tho purpose of the obstruc tionists of Cuban reciprocity is to ruin Cuba first and then steal the land According to Republican Senator Burton of Kansas even those Repub lican Senators who professed to fivo the Cuban reciprocity bill were hypo critical in their professions There are not fifteen Republican Senators out of the fiftyfour he says who aro in favor of the present bill And the New York Tribune fully credits the truth of Senator Burtons significant utteranceThe people should not fail to grasp the meaning of these facts They have them on the most eminent Republican authority There has never been a Republican intention o fair treatment of Cuba The plot i to ruin Cubailrst and thou steal the is land Remember that the Republi can plot commits the United Stats Government to responsibility for the infamy which it contemplates A mine business isnt it There Is small wonder that President Roosevelt felt compelled to promiseChe future passage of tim Cuban rcclprocIty bill Yet how can ho fulfill that promise in the face of the cabal now shown to exist The truth of the situ ation makes the Presidents words without value Time people cannot af ford to trust the Republican party further They have it on Republican 4u thority that the party U now utttiy faithless aud unworthy of trust Shatters AH Records Twice In hospital F A Gullertje Verbena Ala paid ia vast mim to do tors to cure a severe case of pilp causing 2i tumors When all failed Bncklen8 Arnica Salve soon him Subdues Inflammation i n quera Aches kills Pains Best r In tile world 2icat Perry Thouiiis drugstore 1m j The Louisville Times eaj t it is Re ported that the largo orchards tjjat cover the hillsides along the bank of the Ohio river nenr New AingteunVn thirty mllesb lof New Albany Iiijf Jl1tupplecrolsfrom the large Eastern cities have jd ready visited the growers and hjilve been einleaydfing to buy the fcroj ta ThebeTUfhards ail 11tcropwawsrp s locality Awhile 400 barrels of ar ile Istil1It acH mww iwinetiuiM cowvftliijd J DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey t nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE euek eaTacDcyccs5T0 i L r THE GREAT REMOVAL SALEAT THE f BUSY BEE GASH STORE BEGINNING Wednesday Willcontinue until in the entire establishment is closed out Prices have been cut on largestSale 2Mbo Not a single article in the Great Store will be We want sell them allto before we move Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats of all kinds Dress Goods Suits etct all been former prices been lost sight of largeSaleremoval sale prices arc forCASt DOWN when goods are delivered Bring your OutCleaningSALE BEGINS JULY 9TH OLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOBNEYS RW MILLER ATTORSEY ATLAW RICH COJlD KKNTUCKT Office It the Burnam Building next door to arm tll National Bank feb3ly S VAlJJA ATTOBS BYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House ou Main Street J 0 DlI OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nils grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatZaw RICHMOND KKSTUCKV ESTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Dennetts old law office over Perry to ThOmas drug store PHYSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the oe Ccilim buildiar 18 and ao Sec end Street orer White i old drucstore aj ZT C JASPER JU D Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building Main Street relephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOSD r KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND Smni EoN RICHMOND KENTUCKY uraitrDTAL lit Oawvitt t fcobsou JlBTI8T OP LODISVIUB KT JT Office next door to Government Building iUchmSnd Ky Office hoars J to 121 to noTl7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST oOfflcsiti Bennett llaildiufj lj nly TELEPHONE 198 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday August 13 1902 t VIIMrsLIY ceJe State Bank Li TrnatBldg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION ffUff Grak rt8o tbrn School ol O Matf Juy 9th 1902 everything egWorth of Fresh New Seasonable Goods Will Be Unloaded reserved Carpets Curtains Trunks Notions Tailormade have reduceduntil have entirely W D PHYSICIANS Osteopathic Physicians NOTICE thatThurmanHides then you can say that the Fool has not Married at last Bring your Hides aVid Feathers to Thurman until you see- noti- ceThurman Grocery Co I1jalltt DEAL AT a111 t1UFStBFOS0 0 Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in z oJ Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc readymadeallOur ShoeLINE is and larger than ever We also handle Hats Cans Over alls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables of youourGENERAL MERCHANDISE of all kinds We can save you money we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst 7 HURST BROS 4 complete Tinware Remember c rA FOR Photographs 1Ofthe Highest Order Visit the engl r Ar t tI11y J Our work has taken First Prizes different Stato Conventions apr238mo y 3JF J SPENGLER ocrauousuiLexjngtonKy Subscribe for j The Richmond Climax 4 tfI 1yioo a Ycaf 7 ir ll ii m J I oJ o f 1 he Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT- rrealilent D MILLER Manager tOBTS CROWE m Editor WEDNESDAY AUG 1002 PUBLISH VKY WJCDXKS11AY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS fOR CONGRESS We are authorized to annOUMce UOJf G G fiLBEllT ai B candidate for re election to i nrress from this the Eighth Congressional i mrlct subject to the action of the Demo rtlc party We are minested to announce ROY WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Conrt Clerk tioject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN II tECK as a candidate fur Clerk of the Mad u Circuit Court suojrct to the action of the mocratic party hereby announce myaelf as a candidate for nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir t Court ibwt to the action nl the Demo tic party Hoping that my nan friend In 1 pt ill MroraMy consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and if noui sated I promise those nil honorable means to ware my election and if elected to endeavor I have in the past to faithfully discharger duties as Clerk Thanking the people for- I and future favors I am S U THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D lUTE of Whites a candidate for t rk of the Madison Circuit Court lubJect to e action of the Democratic party A WASHINGTON dispatch to the daily ipors atya Senatorelect James B McCreary of Kentucky is at the New Willard He i quoted as sayiujn I consider that no Democratic party is upon rising ronnd and I see a very strong pros ItCt of our carrying the next house of irpresentatives Chairman Babcock f the Republican committee puts Joivn three Republican representatives notice from Kentucky in figuring a niNJority for his party in the next con ttess If he guesses no better than his for the rest of the country it is an j 4sured fact tluit the Democrats will Iitninate the next house It is almost rlisolutely certain that in the Kentucky iiVlegation in the coming congress the licmocrats will have ten members and IIH opposition only one 1 think I know something of the nnilitions of my state and I concede iiatthe Eleventh district will with doubt elect a Republican to con- JeSi in November Every other dls nict will send a Democrat lIe says ile IIPbC are crowing tired of the Re ublicau party of its profligate use of sh und its failure to throttle the n Io Opposition he says is constantly Avowing to the imperialistic as exam fled in our 1hilippine policy TilE Clay City Times says In the i cent contest for the nomination for ingress Congressman White acquit huiff lamlsonioly IIp display a grtt rfhHvt fur fiiimiK HIIII oved himself wol thy the liouur ao1t- rred upon him two years ago At est Liberty ho won the admiration all the delegates and proved con i itsively to everyone that he was a i an of discretion and brains When saw he could not be nominated he iimfully withdrew from the race Hereby shortening the work of the invention and helping to make it iore harmonious No ono doubts mt he has the good of the party a- tJtrt and will do all he can for the i iinineo He showed himself to bee from soreness because he failed i win and it can be heard on every lys lips that Mr White though tested conducted one of the fairest most honorable campaigns ever i perienced in this distict His for i r opponents are now his warmest inds AiCtFiEU the veteran minstrel- i in Grand Esteemed Knight of the ler of Elks ot the United States and Ihirtyeecond Degree Mason will be It Democratic candidate for Mayor of I city of Columbus Ohio Mr Fields ys that he is not se king the nomina i n but is in the hands of hie friends UK ALLII W Yocxo of Mt Ster g liar returned los commission as t rcial Judge to the Governor and de iiies to sit in the case of Thomas ckrill at Jackson Gov Beckhain v make another appointment CiFiBrowefCo LEXINGTON KY urriages totAND ortsTake your little ones for an airing in one of our- lubbertiredcushionsprin softly upholstered Rigs tThey are beautiful to look at delightful to ride in and the prices very moderate j7Tu szo J iring the month of August close alJ2 oclcok noon on Jd turdays CFiBromier8Co MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON ICY Ir Ax fschange has tho following to- M which Is applicable to all it might concern in every section You may approximate the stars in a nail keg hang the ocean on a grapevine to dry wipe the nose of a cyclone with a towel cut ofT the tailend of a tornado fora keepsake put the sky in tho ground to soak unbuckle the bel ly band of eternity and Olen up the hun and moon as health resortsbut not never delude the idea that you can escape the other side of purgatory if you dont pay for your local paper TilE Lexington Democrat was sold Tuesday afternoon for GHO V P Walton who owned the Urgent amount of stock being the purchaser Mr Walton hits one of tho best fields in the Slate for a Democratic newspaper anti lila name being at the head of its columns Is a guarantee of a pure and nn difile Democratic sheet Tho CLIMAX wishes him unbounded successI IT is stated on good authority that the coming Republican convention in the Tenth Liiiigressioiinl district which is to iiint at inrheeter August 14 will 11 all notability nominate Judge W M Beckner an exDemocrat of Winchester for congress AUDITOR COULTER is going after the corporations that own valuable oil and mineral lands in Eastern Kentucky lIe intimates that the lands are very valuable and that the owners will have to pay taxes on them They have never done this before KEXTUCKY stands third in the payment of internal revenue taxes Illinois being first and Indiana second The total amount for the year is 2i 807980 a falling off of over SSO000000 due to the repeal of certain war taxes FM ons are doing terrible damage indifferent parts of Texas Considerable loss of life also destruction ofstock aud crops is reported PERSONAL Miss Katherine Douglas is at Estill Patsy Letton was in Lexington last week Dr G W Stagner of Irvine was here Monday Master Harry Rice is visiting rela tives in Clark county- MhsFlorrieKayburn is visiting at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Sarah White has returned from a visit to Natural Bridge Mr and Mrs B W Turner are so journing at Estill springs Miss Eleanor Chenault is nt Estill Springs fora weeks visit Miss Mattie Ferrell attended the Cynthinia Fair last week Mr Allen Xaring has returned fruln a business trip to Cincinnati- Mr B G 1arrish and family ore sItrulill tniiiiv in Ioxiigton- Mr CliniKs Uienauli of Winches ter visited his parents last week Mr Ad AV Creekmore of Lexington visited here Monday and Tuesday Mr W It Shackelford visited in Lexington several days last week Misses K V and Josephine Schmidt are visiting relatives in Richmond Va Mr Fred Walker left last Thursday r le 11olnesIoa to accept position Misses May and Ethel Barnett have returned from a pleasant trip to Ohio Mr Sath Tudor of Station Camp Estill county attended Court here Mon dayProf M G Thomson of Paris was in our city last week in interest of his Nellie Ieyton of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mary Scott on Third streetMr and Mrs G tieton Barnes of Somerset are guests of relatives in the countyMiss Bottle Owens of Mt Sterling is the guest of Mrs J M Poyntz on Third street Miss Julia higgins of Richmond is a guest of Miss Mary Robinson Cyn thiana Times Rev William Ewing of Pittsbur Penn is visiting Major C F Burnani and family Miss Lizzie Wherrett of New Or leans is visiting her sister Mrs Haley on Third street Mrs Lavenia Cunningham of Es condida Bourbon county visited rela tires here Monday Misses Kate and Josephine schmidt are visiting the family of Mr J P Con way at Winchester Mr and Ms G F Bradley have returned from a two weeks stay at Blue Lick springs Mrs Sallie Cornelison Mr and Mrs J W Asbill visited relatives at Spears station last week Mr John Bowman the footslug of the Jessamine Journal visited friends in this city Sunday Misses Anne Bennett and Olivia Baldwin left Saturday for a ten days stay at Estill Springs Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstcad have guile to Flemingsburg for a two wceka visit with relatives Mr George M Reiser of Moweagua Illinois is the guest of Mr Win Hun ley on Second street Mist Belle Graves has returned to Versailles after a visit ot several weeks to M re S N Moberley Mrs Lulie Parrish Davis and son of Campbellsville are visiting tlrs S Parrislion Second street Mr and Mrs J W Adams of Don emil are visiting friends and relatives Cleveland this county MisseH Bird Phillips and Lena Johnson of Lebanon art visiting Mrs B W Tiirner on West Main street ProL Curtis Adams spent several days lust week at Estill Springs organ izing a physical culture class Mr HPReid null will of Richmond were in the city between traits Friday Winchester Sentinel Mrs S B Hume of Richmond was in the city yesterday the guest of friends Lexington Democrat Miss Baker of Jessamine county who has been the guest of Mrs Beach an Lackey has returned home Editcr Clyde Hart and Robert Lee BigerStaff of Richmond were in the city Sunday Winchester Sun Mr W W Pigg of Richmond spent Wednesday with his sister Mrs J H BoggsJessamlne Journal Mrs Joe Chenanlt has returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs R F Spears near Spears station Misses Florence and Minnie Chest nut of Corbin visited Miss Nannie Flannery at Valley View last week Mrs V B Broaddus bas returned from a iiisit to her parents Mr and Mrs Dr Simmons at KlrksviPc- MM cott Lowther formerly i1ima fu 0 SJelin Burns of St Louis Mo Is visiting her aunt Miss Addie Hunter Mrs James A Young and daughter Mrs Bettie Riddell of Dreyfus Sire visiting relatives Jn Jacks n county Rev W H Dodge pastor of the First Presbyterian church is enjoying a vacation in Florida his old homo Mr J II Kennedy who Is located at Dripping Springs was in town Court Day sLakinc hands with fricnis Mr and Mrs J Will Knrker have returned home after a delightful week spent in Richmond Lexington Leader Mrs Nelson Gay of Clark count is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs T D Clienault at Cumberland View Mr Gibson Taylor of Seattle Washington who has been visiting Miss Anne Bennett has gone to Estill Springs Mr S V Rowland und Mrs Mar garet White and children have returned from a visit In Richmond Danville AdvocateMrs the mother of Mrs Chas E Smoot who has been very ill has been removed to the Pattio A Clay InfirmaryMiss of Missouri who line been visiting Mr and Mrs B W Turner has returned from a short visit to Estill Springs DelaneY1Illinoisa to Mr at Red House Mrs Scott Lowther of SU Louis formerly Miss Stella Burns of this city is visiting her aunt Miss Addle Hun ley on Second street Miss Blanche Vandeveer has returned to her home in Stanford after several weeks visit to her brother Dave Vandeveer in this city Mrs McKenna and daughter Miss Annie Miss McKinney and Mr Fister of Lexington visited Mr and Mrs Richard McKee Sunday Miss Fanuie Gum of Cleveland this county has as her guests Miss Emma James of Little Rock Ark and Miss Daisy McGuire of Stanford Mrs Louisa Elgin who has been visiting her daughter Mrs II G TUr- ner on Fifth street has returned to her home at Georgetown The young ladies morning Euchre Club was entertained last Thursday morning by Miss Margaretta Smith at her home on West Main street Misses Corinne Curtis and Mabel Potts returned last week from a visit to Misses Lida Due on and Nell Potts of Richmond Lexington Herald Miss Frances Scott who Las been the charming guest of Mrs Mary Maddox on Lancaster Avenue will return this week to her home in Jacksonville Fla Mrs George Corzelius who has been visiting Mrs W J Poteet at Harrods burg was guest of honor at a delightful dinner given by Mrs R E Coleman Miss Jane Goodloe has returned from a visit to Owensboro She was ac companied by Miss Emily Simmons who will be her guests for several lays Superintendent and Mrs J Win Wagers left yesterday tor a weeks visit to the formers fattier Mr Win Wagers and family at Wiseman town Estill countyMr Mrs Kit Maupin of Station Camp Eetill county will leave in a few days for Denver Colorada where Mr Maupin hopes to gain relief from Hay fever Mr E G Parrish who is in the Revenue service beingstationed at Tyrone has secured a months lay off and returned home Friday to spend August with his family Mrs Mat Cohen Miss Minnie Wag ers and their Cousin Miss Park of Kansas City have gone to Danville on a visit They will return this week and spend Sunday at Eetill Springs Mr R L Gentry Traveling sales man for the F II Lawson Co of Cincinnati left yesterday for his trip through Ohio and West Virginia after a few days stay with his family here Mrs M C Kellogg entertained in a most enjoyable way last evening in honor of Mrs J B Milward of Lex ingtonKy Mrs Kellogg is a charm ing hostess and is quite an addition to Richmond society Mrs John Reid who has been visit jug relatives and friends in Madison county returned last evenlnKIr and Mrs Hugh Riddell and children of Irvine Ky returned home yester lay after a visit to Mrs Florence Shel by In Woodland Lexington Demo cratMaster Lindsay Blanton oldest son of Mr and Mrs L R Blanton enter tamed about fortyfive of his young friends last evening at the home of his parents on the Summit The young folks engaged in all kinds of games making time Summit resound with time peals of merry childhood Delightful refreshments were served which added much to the pleasure of the young people Friends here will be greatly surprised to hear of the approaching marriage of Mr R L Gentry Jr formerly of this city but now of Nashville Tenu where he holds a nice position with the Gray Dudley Wholesale Hardware Co His Fiances Miss Katherine Forbes is a Nashville girl her home being at Waverly Place one of the Suburbs of the city Time wedding will take Place on time evening of September 17th in the First Presby terian church of Nashville The happy couple will leave immediately after the wedding for Richmond where they will be guests of Mr Gentrys relatives for about two weeks The CLIMAX in advance extends most hearty congrat ulations and wishes for the very bet to como across the patti of Richard and his wife Cheaper Than Gcing Barefooted 120 pairs of child reus and Misses tan oxfords good style toes dark shade sizes 8toI1 and 1l to 2 Guaranteed nil solid leather fQrmer price 125 will close out tho lot at 50c a piir Come early and get your choice If Rice Arnold Dearness Cannot Be Cured hy local applications as they cannot earTimersremedleaJlnhlelsdition of ttie mucous lining of the Eu stacliiuu Tube When this tube is In flamed you havo a rumbling soumdor imperfect hearing und when it itlen tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tub restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are notiulngbutcoils eai faces Dollarsforcatarrh that cannot be cured hy llalla Catarrh Cure Send for circulars frea F J CIIEKEY C Co Tol dp O fuhii byilruggists 75c Halls Family Pilli we bf bit f frrii DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache orXldncysCUREBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary wrlto lr cnner lIe has Pcrmt U Ufo ttmo curing just sucb cases as yours All consultations A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few of Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure I a gravel Jialf as largo as a marble Tho medicine prevented further formations I was cured- WTOAKES Orrlx Va Druggists 5Oc II Ask for Coot BookFree CT llITliIflAtJflCSuroCureCircuIarflrs I UO UIiI1UI Fenner Dr Hobson dentist next doom to Government building tf Richmond Ky Have S L Midkiff to repair your old vehicles and make them good as new tf Sf L Midkitf makes a specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a ttial order tf For sale privately my residence on West Main street Easy terms aupG 2t T S HAG AX Baldwin Piano for sale Cheap call at Douglas Crutchers or Jo S Joplin 2t Great preparations are being made by the Knights of Pythias for the Fair to be given by tho Nicholasvile Lodge on Sept 3 and 4 Time L A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low ound trip rates to all stations tf SfL Widkifl can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always right Give him a call If My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prices will please every bodyaprSO tf L E LANE If your watches clocks or in fact anything in this line needs repairing take them to L E Lane His work Is the best aprSO tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per poundTES T STORE Next door to Government BIdg apr30 lyr- Sunday round trip rates on 1 A 100 to Versailles GiicNicholasvilIo 70c Irvino 950 Millers Crejik One fare to all other stations If Rave just received one ot the tin 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 aprOO tf L E LANE The Lexington Cattle Sale Com pany will hold a sale of fifty head of Short Horn cattle in time Tattersalls building adjoning fair grounds Tuesday August 12 1902 Excursion rates on all railroads Sale commences promptly at 1 p m 2t Lost On tho morning of the Elks parade somewhere on Seccnd street a nice black coat Finder will be liberally rewarded if returned to this office tf Lost A spotted sow weight about 500 pounds A liberal reward is offered for her return to Powell Bros July IGtt 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 Commandcry Leave at this office and get reward may tf G W EVANS A Cure lor Cholera Inlantnm Last May rays Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infnntum Time doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a but tie of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to time house tell ing them Licit sure it would do good If used according to directions In two time the child had fully re coveredand is now nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m Killed at IJTinjston James Tink Mullins and Dan Scott of Livingston becamo involved in a difficulty Monday in which Mulling shot and killed Scott- Cimnmherlnimis Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a world wide reputation for its cures It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m For Sale I offer for sale my residence on Hi h street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitchen all in cood repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at E V Elders Store For 30 days we offer our entire stock of clpthing 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 ATLANTIC CITY EXCURSION Via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Thusday AUflUt 14 The last exclusion of the season will be rnn to Atlantic City from Lexing ton and Central Kentucky points Thursday August 14 via the Chesa P3ako Ohio Railway and Washington D C Tle round trip rate wilt be SU from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterl ing and correspondingly low rates wil- lIe made from other Central Kentucky points Tickets will bo good returning 12 lays from date of sale and will permit stopovers at Philadelphia and Wash ington on the return trip Through sleepers will be run from Lexington for which the berthrate wilt be 4 This excursion will permit a visit to New York at very little expense Atlantic City is the largest resort on time Atlantic coast and a great variety of recreation and amusement can be found there together with the best hotel accomodations be had Full information sAd sleeping car A1tlontoply Pass Kcllt IliitmCy i tr kY t t For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is 00x264 and the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office mch26tf Biaate FOR A Situation M Tj Wriflig TeltgliJQ Acf WILBUR Fl SMITH LEXINGTON KY rot circular of Us famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Hedal at Won Am Exposition Refers to thooosnds of dsatfS In positions doctor Full Business Course Including Tui tion hook and Board in f mly about fX ShhndTWritinganTegraphySpscia1Urhe ai awarded graduate Literary CIne free if desired NoTaemtlon Enter now Graduates tneceetfaL I order to Aer wr leans re lea tu addrea out WILBUR RSMITHLIXINGTONKY Loflisie k Atlailic Rilroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or 595 gmfVersalllesLawreDcebufltlshell 345pm For Irvine ltMLm For Mlllerf Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LontsTllle Lezlngtoti sod llMam Cincinnati Crm pmFromC M BROWNING Gen Mgr- Versailles Ky R A Voolums S A Richmond Ky Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior 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 The CNOT P Rij will discontinue running low rate Excursions on Sun lays to Cincinnati W C Rincarson G P 11 Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times Do they hurt after reading Are there frequent headaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone is the terrible danger realized It costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early helplater Ii have to refer the work to Oculist f+ ++ ++ + +++H+ tI the eyes 11t most latelllgent suit T t careful manner without T charge If glasses lire T + needed I csn supply the +correct lenses mounted +any manner desired tin+ T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler- Main St Richmond Ky Armors old utand 30JI ly Dont Forget Annual Cheap Personally conducted Excursion to t t Niagara Falls 0vIa C H O August 2 1902 Tickets good 12 days Dnly 700 From Cincinnati Especially low rates from othe points Very cheap side trips tjj Toronto Alexandria Bay Sfev M treal1 Di G EDWARDS P iXM O4494NATI OHIO tyi Dissolution Notice The drug firm of Stockton Hagan wu die solved by mutual consent July 25 1902 Mr Hagan retiring All claims against the old firm should be presented at the drug store for payment All parties Indebted to the old firm must call and settle at once 30llt STOCKTON HAOAN WALTERS Collegiate Institute +James T Barrett Principal Johns Hopkins University Robert F Hottheson Associate HamtidcnSidney College MH A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a Splendid General Education Prepares students for entrance into time best Colleges and for burlier standing in many Institu lions Offers these advantages An advanced Commons e n e Course of Study Thorough painstaking Inst ruction by well qualified experienced teachers Firm discipline Study hours in the school room under the personal supervision of till instructors Beautiful and healthful location with the commodi ous C U buildines andgrounds Modern and well equipped Gym nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 rail on or address JAMES T BARRETT aly22M 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 substatial 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 and as two separate tracts with privilege of accepting tho best bid Privilege of seething will be given time purchaser and full possession January 1st 1003 TERMS Onethird cash time balance in one and two years equal installments bearing per cent interest Anyone desiring to look at saldfarm before the sale will call on Mr James Hubbard on the premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any fur ther particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Crab Orchard Ky 23julCt Estill Springs 4 ++p +m +++ + + White Sulphur and CIChalybeatett CDa ta R O rv 9June 1st Q October 1st CIOn the Louisville At lantic R R and the Ken III lucky River In the midst of Mountains and Roman tic Scenery Time White Sulphur is a specific Ifor J skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures J tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address JCI W R Thomas Ltj Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY Public Sale ON THijR DAY AU U T llI will sellon the premises at pnbliu outcrj at three oclock p m the residence of the late R X White de ceased 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 to the plank fence It contains 41 acres of land and on it is situated the dwell ing house and outbuildings- The second tract begins at the point on Lancaster Avenue where the first tract ends and runs with Lancaster Avenue 175 feet to the intersection of the Barnes Mill road this lotcontains 4 16100 acres plankfenceThe third tract fronts on the Barnes Mill road and contains 7 i64100 acres of land The terms of sale will be announced on the day of sale jtr f L 2 BEGINNING July 1st 1 WILL SELL FOR TenDays At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclo- ckAbsolutelyCost att The Following Coods Lawns Dimiiies Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords etc lor Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook and Swiss Edges and Inserting Summer Corsets White Duck Skirts etc Calland see our Line and Purchase someof the Bargains t t OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE OF CLOTHING IrCl fz 0ft tt ffiE 5 4 CI New Goods andinSpring Goods the handsomest line of Ginghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc UnequaledisOoronationBraidrcadvmade Skirt Department IUoulItastrsexamIJlotheseitOdsandstock of New Matting onsaleyouknowLowest PricesI- sthat what you want If sotrade with Lee SmithaeI n 0a 5 o 3 t1 Pctts CU W ttf C o t f R e ncu ti is tel iiF it ltd a aj I I I I H I H H H H H H H 81H Richmond Climax iKESDAY AUG C 1902 Your city taxes are now J Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Hies Ketlie Scriviner is recovering is slight attack of fever Baldwin Pi0 for sale Cheap at IIOUKH or Crutchcrs or Jo S 2tin jtilvirti iMiient elsewhere of It It juntim executor It X Ir IeUrll II uulurvd died last niUxmgUii at the ago of 111 Il le v striitlv ti1 fiishioneil fair at Cynthiana 15 Sholdweek o iiitliiIlaireturn tsurav via L N lrain leaves ti r 1i lOch Dreyfus bought Pet i about ninety head of sheep in Iison county I Miss sa lie Rucker has accepted a lion with Mr T A Robinson the nji street jeweler Mrs John Farley who has been e sck at her home on West Main it is improving j The JJcurbon News reports that e are several cases of scarlet fever dinteria in Paris A P s ict Sunday School Conven- lie held at Kirksville next irdny at 2 oclock pm Mr iJTViJen Lewis of Dreyfus to S psou Norris last week live rs at 4 cents 5IcSes ai advertisinent elsewhere isscs Darbour who have for sale aloaV family horse harness and lh E KtNn prisoners were arraigned re J ge Rice yesterday for various r leiacstr charges committed court TIC NiW Garrard Hotel together tp Arnold livery stable were dos ed 1V fire in Lancaster Sunday Gil Louisville Sunday and see g11P of ball between Louis aJ waukee 150 round trip theItrail instruct Lock No 10 near s arc making preparations f2 v a I MX acknowledges receipt iifiitary ticket to the Movs e liMrwiiioh begins August 20 and L s f ur days t jsville is ono of thd few r r r state to give a regular old 11 uir this season The dates Kft for Sept 3 and 4 A ayfity MrsDIl Daniel was in instantly killed by light si was surrounded by her iiif of whom woro injured Iel A will run an excursion sv Sunday Round trip 150 in asiball between Louisville M nukcf one of the attractions I Li 18iitl Society of the Firsts an thurchwill hold its regu meeting this afternoon in j room ot the church at four i Pnk Hill Camp meeting is now r Rv G W Young of r rKii formerly pastor of the h this city is leading the T v3 st parade ever known in srv f Mnysville will be the t lve first day of the Mays e i Fair August 2023 and rew nn ever changing patio ie ssion of over two miles in a II mrnal says the cooks of- Je seem to be forming a it r IT of them refusing to w- orkrf de beat From all ac ns we Kavc come to the conclusion t a tr was formed here some time ee Ti vifeofa Methodist minister in U jinla has been married three ei iltr maiden name was Iart- rr first husband was named bir second Sparrow and the s name is Quayle There t wo young Robins one Spar a tine little Qiiaylcs in the 8 S U4 3 a co 4J cu itl fU- U c rnt4 WilkOESmithwere offered for probate in the countyCourt Monday Ohapolwlll1 rtPOUsis invited to attend theMcOreary sicknessRobtwero samecauseIn noticing the death of Mr Geo CU3IXmado insteidofand there are only two children instead of three Confederacyare afterIthat must be attended to For Sale harnessMISSES C F and E G BAUBOUR 4au3t Lexington Elks Fair Lexington arcountElksNiagara Falls S1045 for the round trip Richmond August2ndWoolums for particulars District Deputy Appointed The hut Charles E Pickett Grand Ruler f the II P O Elks Thursday announced the appointment of Mr Robert W Brown of Louisville to be District Deputy of Kentucky to sue ceed the late Dr A Wilkes Smith of this citj Colored Institute The Madison county colored teach ers Institute will convene Monday August 11 at Baptist church in this city Frank L Williams of Louisville one of the foremost colored Institute instructors in the State will have charge of the meeting The Latest Fad An exchange says the latest fad now is to close your front shutters pull all the blinds down use only your gaso line stove answer no calls at the door and thus make people believe you are off at the Springs It is less expensive and decidedly more wholesome Another Residence for Broadway Mr Calvin Taylor the enterprising hardware merchant has closed the deal for the erection of a residence on the north side of Uroadway This now leaves only one vacant lot on that street which is one of the cleanest and most desirable residence streets in the city ImproTinf The friends of Mr and Mrs Mil ward Brown will be glad to learn that their little son Nathaniel who has been so low with a disease of the hip bone is better and is able to be pushed out in a buggy We trust the patient little fellow will entirely recover his health and strength To Begin Work at Once Mason Hogue Co who have the contract to construct about eight miles of railroad from the L N to the Big Hill Coal Companys mines passed through here Friday with men mules and carts enroute to Brush Creek where they will begin work at once on the now road Sure Enough Snakes At Conway Friday Judge J C Uhenault killed a rattle snake that had nine rattlers and measured several feet in length On the same date Mr Harvey Uhenault killed one at Brush Creek with the same number of rat tiers Judge Chenaull has had his snake mounted and will send it to friends in Pittsburg Penn Seriously Burned Mrs Ambrose Calico of the Poosey Ridge section was badly burned about the face in a peculiar manner She was cooking Irish potatoes In a can on which the lid fit very closely and in prying the lid off the can steam and potatoes flew in her face burning her severely Partially cooked potatoes struck the ceiling from the effect of the explosion Valley View Argent 1Judge Parkers Decision IntlltCircuitmay prove of interest to some of our IndustrialMutual outstandIng tobeseenOpera House Mo fed Wiggins Bros Opera house is now locatedon Main street the contractors having place the building on its new foundation lust week In answer to an inquiry Wiggins Bros said they were going to make the building moro roomy and intend to have stage room to accommodate any show now on the road These young men are hustlers and deserve great success After ThirtyTwo Years S M Brock and wife of Fort Worth Texas aro visiting relatives hero after an absence of thirtytwo years Mr Brock was born near the mouth of Red River this county He married Mia Farney daughter of Ben Farney His brother Wm Brock lives at College Hill in Madison county They will re SeptemberMiss Duncan Selected Principal Miss Annie Duncan daughter Mr W S Duncan of this city has secured the principalshtp of the Spears public school with Miss Arerna Mitchell as assistant Miss Duncan is considered one of the finest teachers in Madison county and the citizens of Spears are to be congratulated being so fortu innate as to secure the services of such a brilliant teacher A Freak of Nature On Salt Lick Creek in Bath county there is A freak of nature seldom if ever heard of says the Winchester Democrat There are two trees of dif ferent species that have grown together and from the foot of each of these trees flows a spring of cold water The water of one spring is chalybeate and the other white sulphur The water from one spring spouts several feet high State Sunday School Convention Alcost any one who will attend the State Sunday School Convention at Hopkinsville Aug 19 20 and 21 can go as a delegate from some school or the county at large Such can have free entertainment during the convert tion One fare for both ways The best Sunday school workers in the county will be present Get credentials from lit V Dodge Bcrea or E Deatherage Richmond New Sawmil- lI am just commencing to saw on ay farm the finest lot of White Oak tim ber that I know of in the county I will also saw other kinds of timber Persons wanting white oak fencing or building material of any kind will do well to send in their orders early as I will probably cut only 50000 or 60000 feet for the market Can fill bills tor cattle tobacco barns and other buildings JOHN D GOODLOK- Cau4t Whites Station Ky Notice to Contractors Scaled proposals will be received by the undersigned until 12 oclock Sat urday August the 9th 1902 for the building of 2410 feet of turnpike beginning at the end of the Barnes Mill pike rnd extending to the connection of the Schooler and Bogie Mill pike according to plans and specifications to be seen in the office of the County Judge The right is reserved to reject anv and all bids N B Turpiu Judge of Madison county In Memory of Dr Smith In the passing from our midst of Dr A Wilkes Smith Richmond loses one of her most interested and public spirit ed men Always benton bringing her to the front lie never spared himself in promoting her interests His figure on our streets was one of the most fa miliar and will be missed by everyone Even more will his warm hospitality be missed by all who were fortunate in being his friend A typical Kentucky gentleman he was always glad to share with friend and acquaintance the beauties and pleasures of Westover his charming home and was never quite so happy as when dispensing warm hospitality under his own roof It saddens many hearts to see this devoted family circle brcken again It is hard to remember that these earthly homes are only in a small way typical of the mansions above where there will be no more separations But for this thought how unendurable would our life be 4 We carry the largest and most complete line of Th S Es to be found in Rich mond All the UpTto Date styles i Our prices are the lowest The new andnobby i things in 81IlJrt li1ffa AND NK YitJII1 A full and complete line of Mens Underwear h Negligee Shirts Collars and Cuffs e RICE ARNOLD 1S o4 tU Pt c4U o 4JC of 0 4 CISc tU d ou d rn urn 8u Elocutionary Contest The annual elocutionary contest will ThursdayAugustgiven Those desiring to enter the contest should send selections at once Residence for Sale A nice residence on High street con tainiug eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call on or address of the undersigned MRS CIJCDA KARR W II DOCOLAS julj234t Richmond Kv Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insuranCI etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CIIKNAUU and L P EVANS apr10tf Real Estate Struck by Lightning During the electrical storm Monday morning a house in the Crow addition occupied by Sallle Broaddus colored was struck by lightning one whole end of the building being torn out The cistern also was demolished A strange feature of the occurence was the fact that no one was killed al though several in the house were stunnedwhile one woman sitting at the corner ol the house was not even shocked Sam AVilcor an employee at Rices brick yard was knocked down and badly shocked requiring consider able attention before he was restored tend Day While the crowd was not as large Monday as usual business was more brisk than any Court hers for the past several months About an average number of cattle were on the market and brought prices ranging from 3 to JJ cents The CLIMAX was informed by mule buyers that more stock changed hands in this market than has been known here for years Prices ranged Irom 80 to 125 Auctioneer W P Prewitt reports the saie of fourteen head of horses at from 24 to 10- 0Southern plug horses brought Irom 40 to GO while a number of fancy horses brought better prices Safe Blowers at Waco Safe blowers have kept the Waco neighborhood in almost a continual ex citement for the past twelve months A few months ago the store room of Richard Lackey was entered and his safe was blown open and its contents amounting toa number of dollars were taken in hand by the thieves and following this robberyon last Wednesday night unknown parties affected an entrance into Dennis Taylois store room with a sledge hammer taken from the blacksmith shop of Geor Thorpe and succeeded in blowing the safe and taking therefrom 10 in money all that was in the cash drawer at that time The only trace yet found is that a horse and buggy had been stolen in that vicinity and they were found next morning going towards Waco the lines being tied around the dashboard It is believed that the horse and buggy were used to bring the thieves to this city where perhaps they caught an early morning train and have thus far eluded the officers Every effort will be made to trace and arrest the offenders A Bunch of Stock Items I C Vaumeter sold to Sim and Jonas Weil for Nelson Morris 75 export cattle to go August 15 at 600 Talt Mulling of Shelby county has been here for sometime attending to the shipping of a lot of corn which he sold to 8 P Kerr at 375 a barrel Winchester Democrat M R Jacoby of Hutchison has bought up to this time 10000 bushels o wheat at prices ranging from 75 to 78 cents according to quality The Hutchison precinct crop averaged about 12 bushels Corn crop looks very fine i oats are pafcly harvested and very goodParis Kentuckian- A competent authority fixes the wheat crop of Clark county this year at about 65000 bushels Theyield was not more than 50 per cent of an aver age but the quality was fair to good The first three or four days threshing was damp but the remainder was se cured in good order Democrat J C Caldwell weighed up to Cesna Kirkpatrick Co of Louisville 173 head of export cattle weighing on an average of 1300 pounds at an average price of 640 Danville Advocate A Successful Institute Madison County Teachers Institute closed last Friday alter one of the most instructive and successful meetings in its history A large number of teachers was present each day and all assigned to duty filled their places acceptably thus making the full program most interesting Madison county has the strongest force of teachers It has had for years and this fact alone tended to make the Institute more interesting A great many visit ors also were present throughout the week and gave instructive talks The Institute was led by ProfJ C Willis of Somerset who by his genialvman ners scholarly attainments and fluence of speech has greatly endeared himself to our teachers They regard him as one of the ablest and best Institute instructors the county has ever had One feature so noticalile during the Institute was the kindly cordial feeling that existed among all present there being no bitter sarcastic remarks thrown out during the entire five days Much of the success of the Institute is due to Supt Wagers who deserves great credit for his untiring efforts and who is making oneof the best Super intendants this county has ever had Corner Stone Laid At 230 oclock pm yesterday the members of Madison Lodge No 14 I 0 O F met at their hall and from there proceedod in a body to attend the ceremonies connected with the laying of the corner stone for the handsome new building now being erected on Wain street by that Lodge C C Wa lace Noble Grand Jesse Cobb Cbap lain B Juett Secretary and Judge N B TurpinTreasnrertook a leading part in the ceremonies Anableand appro priate address was made by Rev H G Turner after which were deposited in the corner stone the time of the instltu Lion of the Lodge the names of its charter members and officers and mew bers at present the names of the architect contractors and all employed in the construction of the building to cether with business cards representing the firms now doicg business in JRlchT mond The building which will consist of two business rooms and opera house on the ground floor and lodge rooms ia the second story will be Vn ret addUic a wtlu n ornaajwt to tb tow Atlantic Qty 15 lie for tho round trip to Atlanti City vja L A August 14th with Jim it 12 days See agent or R A Wool urns fur particulars Attention farmers I will be at Richmond Monday August 11 1002 to buy nndship on or two cars of mules and horse colts and yearling mules W O Terhnno Fell Forty Feet Sum Turner aged 19 of Mt Sterling was probably fatally injured by jump big in the dark from a moving train at Brent Ky Sunday night The trail ws cinssing n tressle and Turner fell to the bed of a creek forty feet below Railroad Agent Fined At Lancaster G M Patterson the L N station agent was fined 50 mid sentenced to ten days in prison Mon lay for delivering a shipment of intoxicants consigned to Wm Spencer In violation of the Farris local option law recently enacted Aa XRay Machine in Richmond DrC H Vaught Is veryjprond to announce to the public that he has in stalled in his office an XKay machine The machine is one of the finest made and is capable of penetrating any hu man lody and is used especially in cases of consumption cancers and all forms of nervous diseases No doubt Dr Vangiit will be repaid for making this much needed acqusftion to his medical equipment Will Attend Lexington Fair Richmond Elk Lodge No 581 will attend the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival in a body on Moo day August 11 Special rates have been secured and the Lodge has en gaged the Richmond Military Band to furnish the music If a sufficient num ber of people outeido of the Lodge sig nify their intention of going a special train will be chartered It is expected that from two hundred and fifty to three hundred will attend fiom this place Wilbur Smiths College Lexington Ky Write to Prof W R Smith for 25 years President of the famous Com mercial College of Kentucky Univer ally for particulars of unequaled in ducements for young men to pursue its business Shorthand Typewriting or Telegraphic courses This college is resp3nsible and is influential in securing situations for its students See advertisiuent Address only W R SMITH Lexington Ky 2t A Beauty A more beautiful catalogue than that issued for the Fourth Annual Lexing ton Horse Show Fair and Carnival is yet to reach this office The typo graphical work as well as the general arrangement of its vast number of premiums etc is superb The CLIMAX has received a limited number for distribution and those desiring one of these handsome catalogues should call at this office at once The secretary of the fair notifies The CLIMAX that the association will prepay tire postage on all requests for catalogues Estill Springs Thoiie persons from Richmond who have visited Estill Springs this season bring back glowing descriptions of that glorious old resort which is more popular this summer than ever before Monday a jolly crowd from Winchester passed through hero en route to Eitill With the natural beauty of the place the fine waters the exquisite music the congenial guests and more congenial host and hostess Mr and Mrs W R Thomas is it any wonder that Estill Springs is a favorite summering place for old and young alike Good Roads Convention Judge N B Turpin has appointed the following delegates to the Good Roads Convention which will be held in Lex in ton August 11 and 12 Hons C L Searcy J Tevis Cobb Esquires W A Johnson and Thomas Williams The Committee will chaperoned bv Judge Turpin Below will be found the pro gram 10 a m MondayInvocationDean Baper P Lee Prof J W Newman of Versailles Chairman in the absence of Pres I B Hall Welcome Addresses Mayor H T Duncan on behalf of the city and Hon W P Kimball on behalf ofjthe ounty ResponseCol Bennett H Young of LouisvilleThe session will be spent in visiting model roads which will be in the course of construction 800 Session Mountain Roads their construction and maintenance Judge Hiram Tye of Williamsburg The Magistrate and his duties concerning good roadsJudge John II Polpgrovo Frankfort Fiscal Court LeglslatiouHonWillis- Price Danville The Rural Route system Hon A W Mncheu Washington D C General Superintendent of the free delivery system of the United States Various entertainments will be pro vlded by the Elks and by the Chamber of Commerce for the delegates A Guest Concert at Crab Orchard Springs Editor Climax A most enjoyable feature of the Springs is the regular weekly exhibi tion qf the vocal instrumental and his tronic talent among the guests The programs are varied frequently em bracing fancy dancing and cake walks in coiitnme by little girls and boys Monday nights program was as follows 1 VkilnSolo Cavallen Uustlcana Mr D Dick 2 Piano Solo Happy Farmer lllu Torlc 3 Mandolin Solo The Last Hops rr Dan Jones 4 Trinmeril By Schomannn Miss Smith 5 Vinlln Solo ElcgleBanla 6 MUs M Ditcher Fiino Bolo In the Spring Mill a Dick 7 A 3reamBartlett MIl Dykes 8 RfitationPiatonIc Friendship Miss Harrison 9 Vfylln Soto Schuberti Serenade yluAlice Woods 10 Dtet Masters Gllcher II NJrhtlngalo Song Miss Dyke 12 VlfHn Solo Prof Allan de O Mueller M Pitno Solo Miss Bessie Elkln JMj Will 0 Wooils of Lawrence burg was master of ceremonies and per formed his part with dignity and dis not permitting interest in the exhibition to lag by delays or failures Driving the Crab Orchard Fair the Sprli ga were overcrowded for the first time fa twenty years but at present ItbefIs a eowfortbte happy and 9 lot of ISijwU vkh daily ace ii 5ii Mrs GG P A Tribute to Brotherly Love This trilmta to Brotherly is clipped from the Tattler of th Louisville Times When tnoieire love are called away How sweet It U to own That on some bright Immortal tiny Our eyes shall meet their own I And all the sorrows ot the past Flee like the leaves before the blast When those we love are called away lIov sweotlt Is to think They tread the bright and shining way Towards heaven nllglorl ous brink A land of music light and flowers Unknown to this rude world of ours When those we love are called away Mid silence nod mid tears We loose the chilling hand of clay Ami feel an angel near To lend them to that gleamy bore Where pain anti death shall be no more What is more foeputifnl tItan an association which promotes broth erly love It dates back to thf days of David and Johuathan and shinis starliko in the pages of sa cred and profane history It ii an affection that expects no re ward but holds mankind togetheI with golden bonds It forms little community of interest each man in the association feeling that he can go to the other in sickness and sorrow and receive the sympathy dearer to his heart than the wellspring iii the desert to the parched soul This principle of brotherly love was never more beautifully car ried out than during the long ill ness ot Dr A Wilkes Smith During that time n stOrm wrecked the telephone wires in Richmond and there could be no communication over them Then it was two of his brother Elks spent every night on duty nt his home ready at a moments no tice to go for his physician or at tend to any demand from the sick room They never ceased their holy vIgiland the local lodge kept his room filled with beautiful flowers nothing manly affection could do to the stricken family was left undone Theirs was a beautiful kindess never to be forgotten nor mentioned save with tears in the eyes and the profoundest gratitude in the hearts of all who mourn today one of the best and most beloved of fathers husbands and brothers MATRIMONIALCwFvWooLEryCharles and Miss Salhe Woolery of firassfield were married in the County Judges office Wednesday PoKTWoouKinwEU Samuel Port wood and Miss Katie Kidwell both of Valley View were married Wednesday by County Judge N B TarpinI- 3aANDEDUUGDE5XPSEYMT J R Brandenburg and Miss Cardv Dempsey were married Tuesday last at the home of W H Warner near Valley View BRow SOWERS Mr H D Brown of Louisville and Miss Lucy Sowers of Valley View were married Wednesday aftoon at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W S Sowers The happy couple left Friday for Louisville where they will make their future home HAMMONWRESSLER On Wednesday evening July 30th Miss Jennie Hammon and Mr Fred Wressler were united in marriagn at the home of the brides sister Mrs S B Hatter the ceremony being performed by Hen O Turner The attendants were Mr Edward Coyle and Miss Mollie Hatter ABBUOKLESIMMONS James Arbucklo and Miss Maty Collins stole quite a march on their friends when on last Wednesday morning thoy were married at the brides home by Rev Hugh McLellan leaving immediately after the ceremony on the 355 train for Cincinnati Long before tho sun was up and Richmond was awake to the pleasant news this happy couple were speeding away Both young peo pie are too well known to need much comment Miss Collins who is a petite brunette is a daughter of Mr Joe Collins and Is a person of rare intellect sunshiny nature lovable dis position and is a favorite wherever known She is a graduate of Madison Institute being a member of the class of 91 The groom ia a member of the hardware firm of Arbuckle Simmons and is a young man of honest moral upright character and is well worthy of the prize he has won The happy couple returned Saturday and are now at Estill Springs where the are spend- Ing the week The CLIMAX joins with hosts of others in extending congratu lations and wishes Mr and Mrs Ar buckle smooth sailing over lifes sea DEATHS WITT T lw many friends of the fain ily will regret to hear that Miss Emma Witt this youngest daughter of Mr T C Witt of Kingston who was thrown from a horse last week and re ceived a broken arm died Thursday from blood poisoniig After funeral services at the residence Friday the remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery Thin srief stricken family have the sympathy of the entire county in their bereavement HICKS Miss Bernice May Hicks aged twenty years died Friday morning after an illness of several months of lung disease The funeral was preached at the residence on Laurel street Saturday afternoon by Ilev W H Byals after which her remains wero interred in the Richmond Cemetery Deceased loaves a mother two sisters and five brothers to mourn the loss of a life that was just blooming into wom an hood SiioitT Edward isL Short aged twenty the only child of Mr and Mrs W U Short died in Lexington Wed nesday after a few days illness of appendicitis Deceased was an employee of the East Tennessee Telephone Com pany at that place and was a model young man lie was somE months agO an employee of the Richmond Tele phone Co anti was admired by all those with whom he came in contact After funeral services which were conducted by Dr L G Barbour at tho Presbyterian church Friday morn inK his remains were laid to their final resting place in the Richmond Cease tery The family of the deceased lowe the sympathy of the entire community- iii this sad hour of bereavement On account of the Elks Fair theL N will sell tickets to Lexington and re turn Aug H tq 181IO6l returning I- Satl I GREAT REDUCTI N L- WLOwcTsHoRs 14Fine Patent Kid Shapes 350 3 Pat Leather Vici Calf and Kid now Styles to suit both oldmen and young now Low Cut that sale pair 295 Z165 235 If you never wore try pair and how are for hot But such wont last j that big is the buy of every kind a AND Kreiders Patent for Children 50 65 75 and Patent Upper Strap Sandals for Children 65 and Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals 150 and 198 Ladies Patent Leather Vamp Vici Manish Oxfords newest 2 to 7 worth 2 our price Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded our price Infants Infants soft sole Shoes tan white blue black 25c 1 to 8 to You are invited to inspect our Submitted to the Cash Trade NORTONTo the wife of Mr Addle Norton on Friday last a nino pound Tuesday last to the wife ot Mr George D White a fine girl baby Rev T Q Martin closed a meeting at the Kiivanangh house Friday night with eight additions Wo have been authorized to slate that Childrens Day exercises announced to take place at Dreytus 7 have been indefinitely postponed Elder J M Rash of Winchester be gan aprotracted meeting at Union City Sunday and will continue two weeks Morning services begin at 10 oclockand evening services at 745 All are invited to attend Rev S W Crutcher of Harrisonville began n protracted meeting at Jolly in the tobacco barn of Dr Davis last Saturday at730 p in The services are being largely attended both day and night and a great deal of good I expected to be the result of meetings Frof It 0 Adams of Panola is conducting the choir Ancient Coins M Hildou Sowars mail agent on the L A has in his possession two ancient copper coiiis ho showed us reetjntly The oldest one has upon the obverse the Item of one of the Ceasaisand the words Caesar An lt 1stOn the reverso side is a myth ological figure The Caesarean coin is aboutjthe same size as the one in the British museum on which is stamped the h3d of Julius Caesar We are in clinedjito the belief that the coin belongs jo the time of Augustus the first n mtji Emperor which dates back sever i years before Christ Time other coin I elongs toa later era and there is Btamjipd on the obverse of this coin the of Nero the tyrant born in tho yjiarA D80 Titus jounce tho coin te rly 2000 years oldYal i Argeut In order to close out our Shoes we have marked them down to insure a quick of every Allare this seasons styles except a few tans 350 250The everyday mans comfort to Low Cuts a comfortable they days dont delay low bargains long- Remember our stock place Mens and Shoes COVINGTON BANKS ELDERS BARGAINS IN SHOES SLIPPERS Celebrated Slippers Rothchilds Two 125 shapesSnnrise Rothchilds 250 Moccasins CLOTHING equaledBoysMattings 0 25c Window Shades 65c MILLINERYDEPARTMENT Respectfully boyWJIl1EOn RELIGIOUS school September Ridge which figures always lerr SI5O 175 Baby Caps hOc 250 Misses Hats 25c 250 Ladies Hats 75c 750 E V ELDER i6D BEFORE YOU GO for your summer vacation call at VICTOR BOGAERTSrAsk to see of unique pretty yet novelties in Sterling Silver artcle for seashore and lakeside Victor BogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY TO CUBE A COLD IN DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to euro E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Many jobless railroaders can thejrdownfall to passingacqnaintanccs Stops tho Cough aal Works o2 tho Cofd Lajcativo Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay 25 cents Hated arguments frequently cause a coolness between friends The Thrust cf a Lance is scarcely more agonizing than the recurrent pains in the abdomen which follow the eating of improper food or too freo indulgence in ice water The cause of cramps and colic is the distention of the bowels by gas Quick follows the use of Perry Painkiller Careful house keepers it the place of Lonor in the family medicine The man who spends his life looking for a soft job usually has a hard time of it You go into a Drugstore to get a bottle of Painkiller examine it carefully to see Hit is made by Per ry Davis and be persuaded to take something just as good because it is a few cents There Is on ly ou Painkiller Perry Davis Large bottles 25 antI 50c Talking For aa Appropriation A dispatch Washington says that Senator McCreary called on Super vising Architect Taylor of the Treas ury Department Thursday and had a lengthy chat with him fn reference to lie 25000 appropriation for the com jiletion of tIm room at Richmond Ky Jr Taylor is a great personal frlwd of Mt McCrerys and spe pr oj tim Morning1 with Mimi Good Tans for wear now Kid soft stylish now old reduced Q 150 185 r see to Boys S5c 85c 9Sc lOc red We BIRTHS MoM these to to to the inexpensive the AND ONE trace Price often relief Davis give chest When dont from court ttbe itar part kts YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chas II Utter a prominent physician of Panama Columbia in a re cent letter tales Last March I hind as a patient a young lady sixteen yours of ae who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I prescribe for her proved ineffectual and oho WJIH growing worse every hour or par ents were sure she would die Shs had become so weak that she could Lot turn over in bed What to do at titscritical moment was a for ie- ut I thought of Chamberlains Cl Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at-S a last resort proscribed it The in t wonderful result was effected Witiii eight hours she was feeling much bf tar inside of three days she Was npm her feet and at the enl of one wn k ws entirely well For sale by Stork ton Hogan 1m The gas meter lies no oftener than It is lied about Theres a story ofa farmer and Isson driving a to market Of tcteam they were thriving one was i steady reliable old gray mare lie otl i a fractious balky black horse On tiiway the wagon was stalled and HIM it pulLWiiatIIyounger man Well said the father I guess well have to lay tho gad on the old gray That homely coinpli ment to women The gray inures tU6 bettor horse suggests how often when theres an extra strain to bo borne it is laid on the womans back How oftm alldWomen who are dragging along wean streiietIibyical Discovery It puts back in eon ceutrated form ninkirvjt material which working women use tip more rapidly it can be restorld lyr Nature in ho ordinary procM es of lirtPleasant rtotakei pg cue cofweqa cubes or eongtlpatlijh J q TO THOSE t 1 the1celebrated Fence tl Uearn pitat d totMtptaa- titis ou sale at the following plnrra m Jiiiilisuu aiimiy Buckle fi Simmons Hamilton C 8 Powell V Masters Whitlock inUtapp J kobertsW V Prewllt Wcarreu MoVliarter VncrilSarly J R elimond- Waco Red House ValleyView Rathton WInton fottonbnrg Paint Lick allaceton JlereaI For Sale The rational Collection Agency Washington D C ill ilispose of the following judgments Jcv Webber Berkley KI3826se Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 Iowrll Dixon Ky 2Z3 00 G Brandon t Co Ioxter Ky 33J 20 Young A 8011 GUseow Ky 44 10 41N4 09tH J Dorrolt Preston St road Jelferson lOBntv 560 Austin Itockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C myfit lem change reachi- directiormake cIosernnec1to ThruughTeixaswith- a Free Reclining Chair Cars TEXAS PN1S- Daily ro ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS CHOGTAW FLYER MIMPHIS Equipment Uniirpimd Superb Uemphl Main St FRANK M T P TennFTeunSAtlkntkOoaon Ark MICAtakes short litnd light that runs on wheels Sold Everywhere kMade by STANDARD CO L Tli8 woman seems to have giv n tip trying to hA an girl a eG t rTNEssVA PROPOSITION Andrew Carnegie takes check and makes It good million thats Capital Rockeleller- s bursa barrel of 011 for sells it for 110 thats A man a well feet deep for 20thafs La bor Edison a cylinder and IngenuityIout and makes it 1500 Druggietitand Dandruff Cure sells to the public it will the hair from tall Jng andremove dandruffthats It Godsend Price 25c Per Bottled I Sale BYJEC WINESMnnnfactnred by CIIILDS DRUG CO Ntw Lexington Ky n IA CR WiHO 1il ANIiINQIAN TERIs I bst reacfis bbIe Coton eli ich line runs two trainstdaifrnlM mph toTexas- withoifl Nhesta s el er foralpartso1TexasOMahO si andl nlianTerrilcryI L3e If yoa want to flnd cXSod home i- eAVZITOInr5ismd and where ietgjhle prosper foracopy ourvhandsorae booklets Homes In tHe South if- weat and Camera Sent freenoany rnn All IMPORTANT Double Service 4tJFretRtcllnlni Sonlo Ticket Oes OIlIFrlTJI A Lt1e Iiock OIL new not old a tori John and Duslnesa digs bI takes wires talk stop a For York City Are a write Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirerootm oold Ci2Q7tFtOO To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the copulation voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a otal of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of10000will be given by the Daily Enquirer n exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided at There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime ompeteiice 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub criber 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 soc for eachestimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules xnd providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU BK7i6 Cincinnati O Iii ro- ads4XLL lo- adsGREASE OHIOI Enquirertime t 1andHomeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATESy It TO- TUEWEST Tickets on Ssxlo First and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points OOOO XX AddresstCEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN l Tjrov Poss Arfont CeriIPa sc A at ti LOW5ViLIZ KY llJw LJ wJV +i ++ CALL IT+i + fJO NES MERSfflU SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWLIo Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that win be found in the city are dispensedtI by upto iate and dating clerks Qennioe Saratoga Water Kept on tap 1 PhoneS Second St RICHMOND KYc MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr1 Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined PcuresHayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price 50c si Trial Bottle Free LOW RATES Westl+ VIA B O SW San Franciscoand return account Biennial Meeting Knights of Phthias Tickets will be sold Auguit to 9 inclusive Tacoma Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket will be sold July 15 to 20 Inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August 6 to 3 inclusive 1902 For particulars Merping car space etc call on any agent BOSWoraddrcas o P MCCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Dont Forget Annual Cheap Personally conducted Excursion to ofto Niagara Falls via CH D August 2 1902 Tickets good 12 days Only q74 00From I Especially low rates from other points V ry cheap side trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay Montreal D G EDWARDS P T M CINCINNATI OHIO 3 For Spring 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn india Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ dies Nainsoods Novelty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries T ffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons- Ce1ebiaed Shirts= Whil AND Gibson1 RICHMOND KY Sayings of the Commoner Special legislation is needed ex clniuicd President Koseyeli just after congress adjourned The Pennsylvania Republican plat im demands honest elections In lMilladelphia itjs to laugh It costs more to maintain the presi Mayflower tlntn it did to build Majlluwerof the Puritans Rear Admiral Crowuinshield seems to he better at a rolltop d tokThem g 011 organs wil have to hrul out their crimped logic in order to ilia cuss the Smith courtmartial verdictm Perhaps it would Itavebeon better to all Hell Roaring Jake Smith howe and sot him on Bandit Tracoys trail It is noted that every newspaper that deprecates tarllf rdvision commends the presidents trust busting speech at Pittsburg If Hell floating Jake Smith had been but n little bit more brutal he might have received a slap on the wrist from the administration Emperor William lies decorated ierpont Morgan with the order of the Red Eagle Title is quite correct The eagle is a bird of preyV The administration manages t work for the trusts during the sessions ol congress and to work the people while congress is not in session The shadow of predestined defeat seems lo nave first been cast when Mr Cleveland stood between the people and the sun of DemocracysThe harmony for which the reorganizers plead is that peculiar brand of harmony invoked by a man who seeks to obtain an advantage over another Mr Roosevelts equestrian pictures always show him jumping a stak and rider fence The country woulddearly love to see him jumping the tariff wall Senator Elkins urges the annexation of Cuba and thinks that a refusal o reciprocity will drive her to a proposal for admission This is a good sample of Republican ethics Every timo a Republican state con vention declares for Mr Roosevelt your Uncle Mark lianna allows his left eyelid to drop gently while a wrinkle np pears on each side of his mouth There is something radically wrong about a Democratic platform that meets with the approval of men and newspapers that are alwavs bitterly op posed to the principles and policies of Plntt declares that tIle Republicans of New York can elect a yellow dog to the governorship After reviewing the action of New York Re pnblirans in the days gone by we ihetrfully admit that it has often boon IntiVThe Friars MiiftGu is the start ling headline fin Oil in lIlI administra tion organ We confess to a tremor o f terror which lasted until we noted the orthography The fryers will bo with us as long as the trusts exist and de pend upon the g o p for protection Who is the inost unpopular man in the world asks Hnrpnrs Weekly We dont know But the most popular man with the trusts is the one who shackles cunning with cobwebs and postpones talking about antitrust leg islation until alter tho lawmaking body adjour- nsTwoMillion Dollar Hennery Plymouth Rock chickens are the ee pocial hobby of Wm T Simpson Vice resident of the American Rolling Company of College Hill Cincinnati who is taking steps to erect the largest icnnery in Southern Indiana at his home four miles from Dupont He has contracted for over 2000000 eggs at a cost of about SIB 000 which ho will place in incubators The hennery will be 200 feet long and 33 feet wile- The building will be of wood anti will costgSOO Plymouth Hocks are esteem ed the most edible broilers and Simpson expects to have 5000 on the mar ket by February 1003 His farm of 200 acres will afford the fowls plenty of room for running about ill the open A stair of experienced assistsauts will have charge of the incubators It is not the commercial instinct that prompts Simpson in Ills new venture lIe is a great lover of animals and birds At one lime he had the finest mastiff kennels in Cincinnati Later his fancy ran to the breeding of white Pekin ducks He WAS not balked by lack of jnouey in obtaing the fluest specimens Last spring when his fancy turned to chickene he ordered 100 eggs from Eastern breeder of rare fowls He placed them in incubators and gave them hourly attention An illustration of his passion for fowlp Simpson never quailed when out of 400 eggs only one hatched a live chicken Ho found later that the teat of expressage had spoiled the lot E C Settler of Danville bought 700 acres ot timber land in Palmist County and sold timber to the amount of 8000 above the pnrclrase price and the greater part of the best trees are still unsold says an exchange Mothers GIrlThere exists often a very beautiful companionship between the mother and frankfreethe mother feels as if something baachilled this intimacy is silent and seems to shun her mother instead of Seeking her This change often occurs when the young girl Is herderline hood She is mor bidneroWl fear as she enters upon this new ez perienceThe of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription at such a time will do more than restore the normal balance of mind and body It will establish the worn anly function a basisofsouud asimprove promotethe begtntobethoughtuse When she began to txomplaln she was hlieaItlzaIr months she was to run down hey weIght was shwastar th3t lot Vavorlte Preccnptionmy daughter would have been In to thuaturalandaheILSellThe Common Sense Medical Adviser Lssentfraon ddrsRDr ui II Up Go Bjpoms From all indlcatioolt the honsewife w ill1avato pay a hi for her brooms id tho near future A careful summary of the roporS from tbbbroom corn districts of IHlnate Missouri Oklahoma and Kansas tows that the acreage planted in bron corn is fully plantfldIna rclJe of 1900 Tho shortage In tim crop has resulted in an adrtnco of 10 20 a ton in tlm prioS and further ad vances tire expectfd Time price of broom corn has advauied the prico of brooms uml in the nex week or two a ineating of the natiotilil broom manu facturero associaion will ho held to vantethe 7f4 genuineLaxativetha remedy that cures n col l In one ilnjr UttlizegYou Land The Inel that has borne n crop of grain way be utilized to grow a valua b le fall crop of fred to be cut and fed green put up a fcilao or cured hay Mexican Tulle corn would answer this purpose but sorghum anti cow peas separately or mixed would be surer crop and somewhat better as cattle and hog feed The sorghum and cow peas cure beautifully together make an excellent feed aud do not exhaust the oil as either corn or sorghum alono would In sections where feed crops have been cut short by the drouth every effort should bj made to over come the loss Later in tho season there will be hungry cows beef steers calves horses and mules there is no profit in hungry stock Teeter Satlthcuni and Eczema Tho intense itching end smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ases have been cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped bands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cudyfi Condition Powders are just a horse neuds when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier am They tre not food ba medicine and the best in 020 to put horse in prime condition PriM 25 meats per packagetGoing To Salt lake Hy Quite a number of Richmond Elks are planning to attend the annual re union of the order at Salt Lake City The pilgrimage frooi Kentucky will be made in a magnificent train which will leave Louisville August 7 at 180 p in over the K and O S W The uiembeis of Louisville Lodge have rxtendpd n ionliil invitation tit heir brotheis out in the State to jill them and present iuilioatious very lodge ii Kentucky will be repiesunted The tjiy west will bo a seiies of ova tions and receptions for the Kentucky Elks At Denver Colorado Springs and other place they will be given receptions It has been decided to open the train to all citizens reconi mended by Elks In this way advan tage may be taken of the low rates Ol R S Brown district pasaenger agent of the n and O S W has issued an attractive booklet jiving full infor mation about tho trip Col Brown is one of the transportation directors for the trip Just Look at Her stepfaultlesssmiling face She looks good feels rood Heres her secret SIte uses Dr Kings New Life Pills I5esnltall orgMitsnctivp dinestion good no headaches i o cliauco for blues Trv them yourself Only 25c at Perry l Thomas 1m Whites tobacco factory at Linton Ky was destroyed bv Ore with the contents consisting cf about 100000 pounds of tobacco About 40000 pounds bad been prized in hogsheads and was ready for shipment The loss on tobacco was covered by insurance The factory was valued at 2000 insured for about 1000 ShellsborgIowawith which he had ben afflicted for ChamberlainSiomaeh previously tried malls other remedied and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m If you ask a fellow ioranad or a few locals they will tell you they don believe in advertising a paper is never read But let one of tbeso fellows get caught kissing the hire J girl or chasing a loose piece of calico up the street af tor dark or struggling with a jug of lamarin water he will ask the editor not to publish it in ha paper where everybody will rend IL The best physic Chambcrlaing Stomach anti Liver Tjblets Easy to hyStocktonA fund of 400000 is iissured Senator Mason of Illinois by the Cuban American League toprbmote his can piiign for reelection fhu organiza tion hscnt a circular to its 400000 members urging them o use all legit mate means to promoto Mr Masons candidacy andinakwg possible a tax of Bleach Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materjaily reduced paa slid water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It has deternined to allow a discount of 25c per 1010 feet on lilt minatlng gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofRas from 200 tdS175 giventllat payhiamonth at the ofHce or Hit is indebted to the company for watiir All delin tpaytheception Respeilfnlly RICHMOND WATEnt LIGHT Co Nov S7106U dec 4 tf Tho Democratic VUointfaitteo of ther Fourteenth Judicial diiirict hint de dared James E C utTiIlithe nominee for CirciiitnTiidge rOn Sfpfember there Will be seventjv eight free rural leliveyi tesin Ken tucky against thIrteen otiBepttfrnber 1 IDOL A fine veiii of coalhdfe been atrqcTi at Smith Mills JitbJng seven feet nod four inches in thick ts5 and at a deptn of 170 feet jj DVJJW 1sazoof Stljsbk Counts has KhBoiiBMd a atO for sI1ierbittturtm I ALL WOMEN Wino of Cardui is the guardianFr of a womans health ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhsod It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing flooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tho change of life WINEOFCARDUI cures louconhoca falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every form It is valuable in every trying period of a womans life It reinforces tho nervous system acts directly on the genital organs and is the finest tqnic for women known Ask your druggist for a 8100 bottle oflWine of Cardui BateaTllle Ala July 1900 I am Wine of Cardul and lhed fordB BlacsTDrtraght and I feel like a different woman Several la dies hero keep the medicines in their homes all the I have three girls and they are using it with me Mrs KATE DROWDER Toy sdvlce tad llttrattre address v1n- gsrmlcml tbe Ladu 1ciart InsEt Chattanooga ilodldiw Compnj Chattanooga Trnn THE MOUNTAIN CHAUTAUQUA Honntila Lake Part Maryland Oa the Crest of the Alleghany Mountains Unquestionably tho most superb and sensible summer reort in America 2800 feet above sea level 5350000 in vested in improvements and still the place retains its charming rural sim plicity Five hotels and 100 cottages open for boarders at reasonable rates Tills resort is the site of the Moun tain Chautauqna and summer schools and of the great Chautauqua itself aud i ifspersons who arc strengthened in mind by the unexcelled facilities afforded t1for educational work and invigorated IIIn body by the health giving influence for which this paradise of the mono is famous Excursion tickots may be obtained over the B 0 Southwestern from June 1st to September JOlli good re turning until October 31st 1002 Spec Sally low rates during Julv aud Aug list for the Chautauqua pintothc gatherings Information about attrac lions entertainments euniumr school sessions flu will b fnrnishml in reply to inquiring ad Iris rd to L A Ijmli all MiiiiiiiHin ltt u lark Mirylan I IIIur infiiniiiiiion mi tin ubjict of rates ami tiui i f ruins npply to Tick etAgeiH O W U U or the undersigned J B Scott District Passenger agent Ciiiuinnati Ohio O P McCartjvG P CincinnatiI Ohio The man with the long bond in not time one who rushes into timings hem long The mimsters wile doscnt call her husband Mv good man Old people are often willing ol die lor love of anothers opionions Prof R C Adams- OF PANOLA KY Offers bin services to the people Madison and adjoining counties to teach Ten Days Musical Conventions chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pre tracted meetings and any Dublic gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions 1lease give ten days notce 6m C8i 0ROUTE Popular Excursions Tp Old Point Comfort And Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and SeptemberSolid SleeperSloivover ePhoenix13 Round Trip GEO w BARNEY D P A John D Potts A G P A- tAbIEsishould call for and see the new striped PAPERS r received at Willgings They are all the new line Silks Satins and Damask finishes They are elegant but Will ging has made the prices so v Very Cheap that it makes them all cheap Other Papers from 3c up ever3thing upiWere determined to be the cheapest and best in this State We make all kinds of Paints iou all kinds of pur poses We give you the best us0urmentis complete We make shades to fit windows Yours for business IoII Willging 209 W Main WalLPaper Window Shades S f0tnyOilsrGlaas Picture I v 1nfi Etc I LoMi k illailic Biibod DAILY EX31INDAY TRAINS LEAVE BJJCHMOND or VcrsaiIlezLawrenccbufl Shel 34SPmandFor Irvine Ma rn For Millers Creek 250pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND om andlltMamClnclnnall omI1ne 335 pjn romSIlliers Creek 833 am7 O M BBOWNliia Gen Mgr Versailles Ky B A Woolams 8 A Richmond Hy Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims against tho Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association are ieque ted 10 present same to Secretary n It Tevl at once or same will be barred 2t H H Cotypr Pres Notice to Creditors Alt parties haYing claims against Dr C J Bales that arose prior to hit assignment arc re quested lo present same verified as required awtotbe undersigned on or before August 15 1992 or same will be barred 18nn7w J TEVIS COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors All parties or persons having claims against tho estate of Ed Baxter diccased will present tame verified as the law requires tp tho undersigned ci- ro before Aug 16th 192 or same will h barredJuly 1002 Mrs Hattie A Baxter administra tor July 16 It KOdODyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation cortains 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 manythousandscured after every thing else tuned Is unequalled for tho stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adlet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles OhltaltOJhelrsale hvPerry ft Thomas Of Vital Interest UB have eret tttl a larjrP nnd ami more motern i UMiei Mhiiuse to take the place of time Olin re ceittl ilentroved by fir nut HTP IlIitllIippeil to handle wilh more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coon highestCAShWo also hanilo all kinds of FEED SALT o Give us a callbefore disposing of your produce and we will convince you that we propose to load in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Near L N Depot 2 janly RICHMOND KY 7 = 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 anton as 52100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago gooJ all summer at other periods only one fare plus 5200 round trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to Jpnn Sift Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri Hiver 4500 all lower than the ona way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first class Rood in chair cars seats free standaul sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast routo tho Burlington to Denver through Senic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores of the coolest and hountryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of our proposed trip vr lieather to Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow advleleastorCaliforniaW M SHAW D P A40C VIne Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Oeni Passr Agejtt St tools Mo l TH- ELexingtontA r Demdicratr IS THE ONILY- eeDAILY Denocrjtit per 1 PUBLISHED JN THE A glue Grass 1 egion J VCA It I especially deyed Ji1 news wit jfTCr V Svbsailon FIi02 5a Year itCent a Week by C1Tier I W P t WALjOt 0 c Ii This Space iLex Week I if7Z7Z7if7Z7 I Arbuckle Simmon I SOsSe okcT f1YfnY80fY ts Iyoor59 bVtt r ii and therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too particula i about p FURNITURE You want a large and varied stocii tIevarietytelligent courteous service mil Iabove all you want the right priSprepared to meet all Ct 1these wants in the fullest measui and earnestly ask an our stock beforeplacingyourolt1 w S Oldham afCorRICHMOND al3tir KENTUCKY ri k t1t t1i rIi I IPHIIJYEYSIiI your P5euMfftqgy- CATALOGUE I tOW REIqDY Off APPLI caroff li j 2Idr1 Raymond Physical Development Keller Building LOUISVILLE KY Teaches the only Scientific Method of Ve do not say that welmaydevelope your muscles but that we y Each individual is given special attention noform or apparatus is rrqatwe only ask that you follow our Instructions carefully for ten night before retiring or upon arising in the morning jUsing our method only develops the musclee but produces the heart action which pure rich blood throughout the entire system Qurpuplls are only housaud have been rellevcil oj conglipatlon indigestion rot trouble We can and will dothe same thlng forybu In two weeks tin e K that does not overtax the heart If there eci3l you wish JeT lT Ournwthod giving full instr diorts complete for 3 00 Omay3m JEAN RAYMOND Instructor mCLIm I aIIt Physical Culturl entirethereblwihlreceivedconuldentlhulIon l I PER YEAR IIci II Jj