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LIc THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13 1902 NUMBER 12 will will money Will soon be called into service as Spring is here Why not buy a new clean one and the water more invit ing t lien there is your Id Freezer e Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will tver regret the moneys llnt And last but not least dont forgetthatwe sell bestStoveson earth i K Jewell Stoves md Ranges The Wonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe Best Made byIcQthe icequestion and save you Water Coolers sparkling We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds of your corn They are the best on earth HAdELFORD CO Main Street itJI RICHMOND KY k Racket Store have received and opened up our stock of goodsI xttiid to the citizens of Madison and adjoining s to visit the RACKET STORE where will be found rn of goods at prices heretofore unheard of in Cen ntuoky and especially in Madison county Below Itmd a few of our many bargains fe 10 to26o lres 10 to Oc uislies 10 to 21c j J and 2oo- rtaiiig 40 to 70o pair loves 22 to25c prr yard- rubbersr 4c per dozen st s 2Sc pr dozen a iJe per set O4e rnrate1 complete dinner STJO Faurers 31c per sot solve for make out Galvanized wash tults to Go- cHuegV whips 10 20 and 25c Web halterslSc- Halter lends Sc Floor mops 12inch I5c Hinch 17c 16inch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to 35c Stap hinges 4 to 13c Chamois for ladleR gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic to The per yard Laces embroideries 1 to 12c per yd Ladies width aprons 10 12 and 15c Seam braid 4c bolt WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets i and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which 1OtbidS us to mention If you will give the Racket t ts call examine our stock of goods and get prices we r s nv to add you to our list of customers We shall at all itS ndeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you K us a call and examine our goods before purchasing ire UIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery 1j STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendid assortment of 444 + 444 4 I FURNITURE L + t+ + ++++ 444+++++++ + +++ which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristling with Halulay selections To properly celebrate tho season YOU will probably desire some new pieco Wo have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CablnetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron Beds full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tablesin variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains over rNIRockersany style yon may wsh Couches v ery latest desiprs See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Hugs ++ ff+ + 1 JO S JOPLIN I 220222 W Main Street I ++++4 Jr Undertaking a SpeciaityEmbalmer and Director L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime t Cement Rler Wr Etc ZornI ME ag B StWU THE WORLDS FAMOUS HANGING GARDENS These Beautiful Landscape Ef fects Will be Rivalled by The Worlds Fair Architects Worlds Fait Grounds St Louis July 19 When the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition directors located the Worlds Fair in beautiful Forest Park with its hills and valleys and picturesque woodlands they had in mind the possibilities there presented for a landscape picture that would include a series of hanging gardens and cascade effects to rival if not surpass in grandeur the worlds famous hanging gardens of Babylon of China and Arabia More than a thousandmen and two hundred teams are now engaged in grading the two sides of the big exhibit palaces into terraces rising one above the other and these terraced gardens are to be the hanging gardens of the Worlds Fair of 1904 The hanging gardens of Babylon constructed over 500 years before the Chris tian era were reckoned at that time among the wonders of the world There were five of these gardens at Ba bylon each consisting of an artificial hill 400 feet square the sides divided into ter races of earth resting on stone platformscovered with groves avenues and buds of flowers and providedwith galleries and banqueting rooms They were irrigated from a reservoir at the summit filled with water raised from the Euphrates just as the hanging garden cascades- of the Worlds Fair at St Louis will be irrigated from the big 40 acre reservoir on the ground recently acquired for that purpoee to which water will be raised from the Mississppi river There are today many hanging gardens in various parts of the world particularly on the mountain sides in China water being raised in buckets sometimes thousands- of feet to irrigate them CoL- S B Miles of the British ar my has just described the hanging gardens he found on the mountains in the interior of Arabia about sixty miles Southwest of the trading port of Muscat Visitors have to cross a stretch of desert to reach this beautiful region of verdure amid the thirst lands One of the in land towns is Sheraszi perched on the brow of a lofty cliff which falls to the valley be neath The town is built on so steep a declivity that the houses appear to overhang one another the only communication being by means of steps leading from one to another row of buildings Shatters All Records Twice in hospital FA Gulledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doc tors to cure a severe case of piles causing 21 tumors When all failed iucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflammation con quers Aches kills Pains Best salve in the world 25c at Perry Thomas drug storer 1m The bakersends in his bill when lie needs the dough BEAUTY TRIUMPHS Th PrIsIesB Taasure Beautyis womans greatest cliann The world adores women A pretty woman dreads maternity for fearpf this pmver What can be done to perpetu ate the race and kcepWomenbeanfiu1i There is n baths used uncultured women in the crisis Husbands should investigate this remedy in ordez to reassure their wives as to the ease with which children can be born and beauty of form and figure retained Mothers Friendi-stheBame by which this preparation is kriowni It diminishes the pam to motherjiotfa Used throughout pregnancy it relieves morning sickness cures sore breasts makes nil tendons called upon to hold the expanding burden MuscleH soften and relax its influ ence and thepatientanticipatea favorably the iSs ein the bestowed Mothers Friend is a liniment for ex teraal application It is geuUyrubl Overthi w being dlubne3tesnll the muscles t ntf gists se1lit fOr perbott1e Yogi 1ay0 Look utI4IWIUOd liii TW MfffiM MMMtM Mi AThMT AIA IIc The Color of Kentucky Feuds The many slight disturb auces of Kentucky grow into feuds of enormous proportions when they go beyond but borders North and East and mole hills become moun tains The news of our petty trouble has crossed the waters and even there nylons of foreign tongues delight ii making hard slings at Kiii tuckians We know our lien tucky people blood of thdj blood and bone of their bone The writer is not an Eastern Kentuckian but we love oui mountain perple we love them for their worth foi their pure anglosaxon blcoc the purest that courses the veins of their rrce we love them for their bravery for ihojr resentment to injuries to ilinir posossious and as de fenders of the virtue of our women the character of our people and the love for our stars and stripes Eastern capitalists who have concen trated their wealth to insure the property against los by fire and who have grown fat by their earnings of the South are forming a combine by which the people of Breathitt county will be denied further protection The people of the mountains will fight they will contend for honor but never are they guilty of incendiarism and such an act we despise and fling the insult back into the faces of cowardly designers The property of Breathitt county is safe from the torch as is that of Montgomery or any other place of our proud Commonwealth The time has come when we shall defend our character and if it re quires the organizing of companies the concentration of capital tobe used as a pro tection for ourselves let it be done and that right speedily for indeed such an insult should be resented not only by Kentucky but every inch of territory in our honored SouthlandMt Sterling Advocate Look Pleasant Please Photographer 0 C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years he ouldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst fcnn of indigestion All physicians and medicines failed to he tried Electric miters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a godsend to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles diseases of the Stomach Liver and Kid neys they build up and give new life to the wholo system Try them Only 50c Guaranteed by Perry Thomas druggist lin Harrison Still Ahead Over in Scott they are pointing with pride to a turkey hen that has laido78 eggs this season and is still doing business daily at the same old stand But what is that little game compared to the hena common barnyard at that over here in Gods country that has a record of an egg laid every seventeen minutes until a total of 343 wee deposited in the nest If any doubting Thomas questions that this is an eggsactstatementtheproof jan be producedas soon as he owner of this recordbreak hug Dame Pullet a good Baptist by the way the owner not the hen can be induced to sign the necessary papers You cant beat old Harrison- on any proposition whatever from aigs to the best fairpn qarthCynthianaTimesCures Hu mors Pimples and Car buncles Costs Noth ing to Try B B B Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales water blisters pimples aching boneD or joints Boils carbun cles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores etc Botanic Blood Balm taken interua cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enrich and vitalizing the blood supplytothe only cure to stay cured for these awful annoying skin troubles Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds np the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing EBpecially advised for chronic old cases that doc tors patent medicines and hot springs fall to cure Druggists 1 To prove B B B cures s mplA sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical adviceBent in sealed let tor nfl Two horses driven to wagon by John Pollard ol ibykilled MI Pollard Iras un lUr Progressive Japan In some things the Japanese seem to be getting ahead of us A Christian daily newspaper is to be started in Fokyoby Rev Unkichi Ka- wai of that city who lately visited Topeko to confer with Rev C M Sheldon and get his ideas in regard to such an enterprise In explanation of his purpose he says We desire to reach the multitudes with the gospel Many are giving up their heath en religions and thus ire drifting into freethinking and infidelity They do not come to church and therefore do not hear the gospel We have been looking for some powerful agency to assist us in the spread of Christianity so as to reach those who are untouched by the church Some of us read Mr Sheldons In His Steps which has been translated into the Ja panese language and we feel that a Christian daily news paper would be a splendid help in our work In Tokyo with a population of several millions there are fifty daily papers four of which are in English and many of them are as bad as some of yours in America Mr Kawai has as associates in this un dertaking some of the leading Christian men of Japan and a considerable sum of money has been pledged to its support Mr Young in Campaign Mr Allie W Young says State Central Committee of which he is chairman has made no arrangements for the campaign this fall that the course of the committee and State organization would be largely determined by the outlook when the time for making an active campaign arrives Mr Young thinks the nominees of the Demo cratic party will have no trouble winning but believes in determined work and is opposed to taking chances Mr Young not only talks right but acts right in cam paign matters The Repub lican party leaders have shown their inward inward ness which has been repudi ated by the people at the polls and we believe the people should fervently pull their mask aside to see them as they areMt Sterling Ad vocate All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis writes J H Johnston of Broughton GaUtbat of ten I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured bv Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption My wife suffered in tensely from Asthma till it cured her and all our experience goes to show it is the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guar anteed bottles 50c and 5100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Singularly True People kiss their dead who never stop to kiss their liv easkIetsfail to throw the wealth of affection about those loved Ones who are fighting the tern battles of life How unheedingly we permit the opportunities for carrying sunshine into the lives of those we love to pass by A word of cheer toa struggling soul in life is worth more than all the roses in christen dom piled high on casket cov ers The dead cannot smell the fragrance of the flowers put the living can Scatter broadcast in their path fway therefore and pluck out jthe thorns A welcome smile iu ah well done an af Ifectionate look will cause a tiffc to break in the lowering fclouds and permit the sun shine of life to gladden the brassing days cit those we love- Tbecigtte te j smokerj ays ha woul- datbr have a rtaiit ra lib fiagwi ibax jable osuWa JWorthy of AdoptionT One of Mr Moodys sons Paul D Moody who is spend ing the year in Great Britain writes of a beautiful custom lover there which may be seen at the close of every church service After the benediction has been pro nounced all present engage in a moment of silent prayer This does more to impress upon the worshippers mind the spirit of the day and place than other part of the serv ice Rising thus from silent prayer the congregation can not but disperse solemnly and no talking in the aisles dissipates the effects of the service What would you think of the wisdom of trans planting this custom to Amer icaA TEXAS WONDER HALLS thREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two mouths treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for tcstimonals Sold all gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear 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 1TG pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dec This sensible comment on a live question comes from the Louisville Times The rule or ruin coterie who had determined upon ac tion at the very earliest pos sible date to settle nomina tions for the State offices to be passed upon at an election in November 1003 are just now some what in doubt as to the authority of the State Ex ecutive Committee to call a primary The Times called a halt in the proposed sum mary action solely that wise and deliberate council should prevail and that after ample public discussion the fairest and best method to settle the claims of rival aspirants for Democratic nominations could be determined upon What The Times desiresand this is the desire of the Democratic masses in Kentuckyis- that no man shall receive the nomination for any State office unless he is the clearly demonstrated choice of a ma jority of the Democratic voters of the State We desire success at the general election and to attain this there must be no shadow of doubt that the Democratic nomi nees are the selection repre sented by a majority vote of DemocratsThe declaration of President Roosevelt that the utmost publicity must be given the trusts will not sat isfy the public Action not words is what is needed The Republicans talk glibly about what they will do to the trusts if they only get a chance They had a chance in the last Congress when the Republican members pigeon holed an antitrust bill The Republican party has made a record of unfailing obedience to the will of the trusts and the trusts in turn have given liberal financial aid to the Republican party The only way to get did of the trusts is to drive the Republican party from power A high tariff is the mother of trusts There were no trusts until there was a protective tariff and there was no tariff until there was a Republican party GeorgetownTimesAn that the people who need religion are The man who left his horse standing out in the cold with out a blanket on the man who growls like a wild beast when his wife asks him for money the woman who is not what she ought to be the minister who is looking for an easier place and a higher salary the man who walks the streets with his hands in his pockets while his wife carries the baby the man who keeps a dog and cant afford to ttUw the Oz paper DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE Tfoxvueki Carney DOTS o 00 SOt Pto THE GRE- ATREMOVAL SALEAT THE t BUSY BEE GASH STORE BEGINNING Wednesday July Will continue until everything in the entire establishment is closedout Prices have been cut on largestSale 20000 Fresh New Will Not a single article in the Great Store will be want to sell them all before we move Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Carpets Curtains Trunks Hats Notions of all kinds Dress Goods Suits etct have all been former prices have been entirely lost sight of t largeSaleremoval sale prices are for CASH DOWNwhen goods are delivered Bring your Cash Bring your wagons and load them up This will be a Sweeping Out Cleaning Up Sale in earnest Everything will be sold before we move SALE BEGINS JULY D OLDHAM CO PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTORHEYATLAW RICHMOND KKHTCCKT Office B the Burnam Building next door to tnaers National Bank feb3ly A SuIiIJIV AJ ATTOBSEYATLAV RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street Jo D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCNERAttorneyatLaw RICIIMOXD KENTUCKY BOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Pisrry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DES GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OCce in the 1oe Ccilini building iS and a Sec old Street over White 4 old drugstore IT C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Prathcr Building Main Street t lephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICrlMOND KKNTnCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SUn EON HICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUSGZSY 1T ae e OnSO nlLrIST- OP LOUISVILLE Ky aOfflce oczt door to Government Bnlldlng atcbmSnd Ky Offlce houta 9 to 121 to 4 JpOTUlt Harry M Blanton 2 DENTIST 3OHce Bennett Building lln1y i TELEPHONE 1S6 s I DR LANDMAN t Ho eIGly don I VVednesdayAiiRUSt 13 1902 V u ILLVaceI O lfrsJ1 OXaice L t Dst pathicPhysiciam Stale hank Trait Bld- gMeature furnished on appueeUOI OOIlUITA iON P- v tMrll II 9th 1902 e tWorthof Seasonable Goods Be Unloaded e reservede Tailormade reduceduntil 9TH W NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say tkat the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman Grocery Co Ijantf DEAL AT 999999999 Hurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in of Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuralls Groceries Queeusware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE- of a 11 in ds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE i7 HURST BROS FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order A Visit the nElu Ar G ll 1 Our work lisa taken First Prlro at different Stats Conventions apr23GinoV u C IF J SPENGLERraHouark Lexington K Subscribe for The RiehttiOna Climax t I Only fi80 aYiar a Jfo 0 a c 4ii L km r tf I iI L L HL 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager ROUT S CROWE Editor 1WEDNESDAY AUG 13 1002 rnoiosuKD ZVCRY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Iueeporatedo ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS lION G G teuIILBURTCongress from this the Eighth Congressional liUtrlct subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic partyro e are authorized to announce DAN H WRECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madifoson Circuit Court suoject to the action Democratic party I hereby announce myself all a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friend in the will favorably consider any claims that fast have to the nomination and if nom- Inated I promise to use all honorable means to my election and if elected to endeavor ill have In the past to faithfully discharge niy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am kSWe are authorized to announce GEORGE D KlUTE of Whites a candidate for tlerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic partyf TIlE greatest thing on earth in the line of trusts which is now foreshadowed is so great 18 to be absolutely paralyzing to the imagination The cap ital of this giant among giants is estimated at no less than 8000000000 It is not ex actly asserted that this will be the amount of capital stock but it is stated that this will be the value of the interests involved in the combine This is more than double the na tional debt of Great Britain and nearly eight times the in terest bearing debt of the United States The object is 1understoodthe worlds petroleum trade WILLIAM JENNINGS BUYAN when asked about a statement representing him as saying that he would not again be a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination stated that he had not been fully reported He said that while he was not seekin again the leiilerahip yet if the party should think he was the man he could not honorably refuse UNCLE SAM has officially declared that this Chicago river is no longer a river but a sewer and he will no longer contribute to its support This is the first time we re member to have seen a river reduced in rank but itis common for the Kentucky legislature to declare creeks naviga LIe streams although they couldnt float a toy C1noeIn tenor Journal ONE hundred rural free de livery routes will be in operation in Kentucky by January st That makes one for ev rry county in the State but Madison has not secured hers yet L CiFBronnerCo LEXINGTON KY BE OUR GUEST A Trade TriumphIn a great advance on all raw materials we are still able to offer you prices even lower than before anticipating the risi in many lines we bought heavily early The results of our foresight inlthe01Ieriugs the store Elk Fair Week will be fittingly celebrat ed here a series ofspecial offerings ahat are bound to tempt you have been prepared You are most cordially invited to make this headquarters while in the cit- yCarpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies Wood Mantels During the month of August- we close atJ2 oclcok noon on Saturdays CiFiBrewerCoi l1A1N 4NP VIWADWA1 LxI4T1I RY IIflADISONS RICH- MINERAL FIELDS Enterprises to Spring Up as the Result of Recent Prospecting TilE FAMOUS CLAYS AT WACO In speaking of the natural resources f Madison couuty the Ixin ton H eraidsaysItago an ex pedition on a small scalo was started in Madison county by a number of en- rprisitig prospectors of Paris and Lexington on Proctors geologi cal map the geological survey andO historical accounts of the soil and of the county A study of the county vealed the fact that it was ono of the ost remarkable localities in the State r mineral products and resources but that it had been almost entirely overlooked by persons seeking profitable investments In the eastern portion of Madison county near Waco is an inexhaustible deposit of valuable clays very rich in aluminum and an immense deposit of very white sand The white sand or- aolin is but two or three feet under the surface the veins running from two to seven feet thick It has been re peatedly tested by experts and manufacturers and receivedmedals from the United States government for excel lence If developed it will make qtieensware and works of art while f rom the other valuable clays pottery and good bricks aud innumerable articles of profit can be made Every in Jications points to the presence of oil and gas in this section ol tbe county Oil oozes out of theground in hundreds of places The surface rock is full of black oil having the ap pearance of asphalt rock Prof Chas J Nor ood State Inspector of Mines in his annual report for the year of 1805 speaks of its phos phate possibilities Tins is the main phosphate of Tennessee and the only one which has been commercially doveioped This rock has unquestionably I believe been found at many points in Ken tucky It is the Oriskany limestone of Liiiney who notes its presence m Bath Lincoln Madison etc I am un able to perceive any good reason why in the limited knowledge we now have why in Kentucky as in Tennessee that bed may not at some point provo a pro fitable deposit A closer inspection revealed the fact that some 18 or 20 years ago a steal local company had been organized to drill for gas and had sunk one well near Waco several hundred feet deep from which a black oil flowed over the cas ing for two weeks and was then cased off Gas in considerable quaiuies was found but tho tool becoming fast in the writ iaijil lMiiti ti3 triiii in the OMiijiaiiy LIe enleiprige was abandoned A remarkable depression near Waco called Flint Hollow enables one to examine the foundation to a depth of over three hundred feet Here is fount the Clinton and Hudson river formations and wherever opened up the pick oil of a heavy black quality flows out The explorers discovered some six or eight kinds of clays and several kinds of sands some of a pure white and of apparently an inexhaustible quantities A deposit of yellow ochre and what is believed to be a bed of solid phosphate rock was also discovered The result of these discoveries was the organization at Lexington very recently of till Waco Mining and Mat ufacturing Company under the laws of South Dakota with Mr L E Pearce County Auditor of Fayette as President Prof Charles J Norwood Prof of Minning and Chancellor of the Geological Department of Kentucky Vice President Mr P Dickey wholesale coal merchant of Lexington Secretary and Mr W T Talbott clothing mer chant of Paris Treasurer The company has purchased of Hon C L Scarcy who is one of the com puny his large brick tiling and terra cotta shingle plant at Kearcy Station which is at present turning out about 40000 brick 30000 shingles and large quantities of drain pipe and tiling per week It is their intention to enlarge the capacity of the factory manufac ture vitrified brick and fancy pressed brick as well as the present articles If they strike gas in sufficient quantities as they hope to do they will use it in their factory- Negotiations are already pending with one of the largest brick manufact uring firms in Kentucky to move their plant to Waco The sand will be ship ped all over the State as it is suitable for builders painters glassmakers etc The capital stock of the company is only 00000 and 2000 shares of the treasury stock were taken the first day the books were opened Altogether it promises well for Madison county and all interested in it Samples of the sands and clays found in the companys territory in and around Waco has been inspected here by builders and experte Seveia beautifully finished medallions of prom inent men made from the fine model ling clays found there havo been ex hibited here and have been universally admired Crop Items This years corn crop is estimatep to be three hundred million bushels more than the biggest crop in the histoiy of the country The yield isplaced at two and onehalf billions of bushels re quiring 40050 trains or 2333333 car loadt to get the crop on the market were it all to be shipped by rail An exchange says tim fino prospect for corn with fat cattle selling at to 7 cents seems to tend toward high prices for feeders this fall lhe feeders ol export cattle say that while cattle arc very high at present there isno prospect of fat cattle bringing more than 5 cents if that much next season That being the case cattle feeders are liablo to get into a bad fix if they are not very cautious in buying their cattle this fall Farmers ore interested in the out come of the corn crop of Mr John B Sellers who is introducing at his farm mar IIdway the Kansas method of BpecialyIin tile Sunflower State Mr Sellers plowed up and planted his corn at a single operation and instead of dropping the grains in hills he planted it in straight drills one grain every twenty incheii Tho crop of course is worked in ony one direction and with less plowing than has been given to his neighbors fields he lisa the best look- Ing prospect He has engaged the en perbarrlllOroiiSlna brfapos before thoy are YIn DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache Ktdney1lladder a cheIIeartDlssasebraVCl Dropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a for you If necessary wrlto Dr I cnncr o has spent a lao tlmo curing Just such cases asyours All consultations tree Dr Fcnncrs Kidney and Dackacho Cure Is the cause of my being alive today I had suffered jjrcatly of kidney disease foryears and reduced In tot i now weigh Ifi pounds WU McQUGIN Olive Furnace O rorgists 5Oe1 Ask for Coot BookFree T WITIICTIIMPC Sure Cure Circular Di I Fenner FrcdoniaNY You Kissed Me Published by Request You kissed me my headeDropped low on your breastaWith a feeling of shelter And infinite rest While the holy emotion My tongue dared not speakoFlushed up like a flamo From my heart to my cheek Your arms held me fastlOh your arms Heart beat against heart In their passionate holdAYour glances seemed My soul through my eyes As the sun draws the mist From the sea to the skies And your lips clung to mine Till I prayed In my bliss They might never unclasp From that rapturous kiss You kissed me my heart Andmy breath and my will m delirious joy For the moment stood still Life had for me then No temptations no charms No vista of pleasure Outside of your arms And were I this instant An angel possessed Ol the glory and peace That are given the blest I would fling my white robes Unrepmingly down And tear from my forehead Its beautiful crown To nestle once more In that heaven of rest With your lips upon mine And my head on your breast You kissed me my soul In a bliss so devine Reeled and swooned like a foolish man Drunken with wine And I thought twere delicious To die then if death Would come while my mouth Was yet moist with your breath Twere delicious to die If my heart might grow cold While your arms wrapt me round In that passiouate fold And these are the questions- I ask day and night Must my life taste but once Such exquisite delight Would you care if your breast Were my shelter as then And if you were here Would you kiss me againE- xDEATHS llowsaoA Leroy Ill paper of re cent date contains a notice of the death in that city of Robert S Howard aged 75 The deceased was a native of Mad ison county He was engaged in busi ness in Jessamine for ten years and was minted to the Sageser family Ho was a Mexican war veteran an ardent Prohibitionist anda Mason of some prominence A wife survives the de ceased Jessamine Journa- lGinnsMr Joel Walker Gibbs died at his home near Kingston Friday August 8th after a long illness Mr Gibbs was in his seventieth year and had been in declining health for about twelve months The funeral took place at the residence Sunday after noon after which the remains were interred in Richmond Cemetery Mr Gibbs parents Alexander and Perme lia Gibbs came to the county from Lynchburg Va in the year 1823 and ever since then the name has been a prominent one in the business circles of the county Forty years ago Mr Gibbs married Miss Leauder C Yates who with two children Mr Alexander R Gibbs and Mrs Lucy Patton sur vive him He was a quiet modest man and one who was ever diligent in business lIe held the confidence and respect of all and his life is and inspi ration to all who knew and loved him STIVERS A death which Caused pro found sorrow in the community was that of Miss Lena Sliver which occur red at the home of Mr William Benton at Waco Thursday Aug 7311ss Stivers who was one of Madison countys foremost leachers had been in ill health for some time and early last spring she wascompelled to resign her position in Caldwell High School and go to Ashville N C in searchof health but the dread hand of disease had too strong a hold on her frail being so she returned to Waco where she continued to weaken until the end came As before stated Miss Stivers vas one of the best known teachers in the county whore she conducted dif ferent schools for six years and for the past three years occupied a position in anItwentyseven at the time ot her death pnrentsImvinsince which time she has made her home with Mr and Mrs Wm Benlon at Waco Her remains were brought to Richmond Friday and laid to rest in our beautiful cemetery where a largo crowd of her Iriends in life had gathered to pay last tribute to her Deceased was a pure true Christian and has now gone to be forever in the great school whore God is teacher and king Some people would rather talk about hard times than go to work When theres precious little of any thing its ahTa precious Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot earThereremediesDeafnessclifton of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is In orimperfecttirely closed deafness is the result nod unless tho inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor dretrQYednotbiflgbutcons surfaces DollarsforUIIIOlttarrhlclldoQSc1c1bLdrulfaltil7 milr rUlSJjro LOst A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commandery Leave at this ofiiceand getreward may7 tf G W EvA s For Sale Our valuable family horse also liar ness and surrey For terms apply to MISSES C F and E G BAKBOOB 4auSt Niagara Falls 1045 for the round trip Richmond to Niagara Falls via L A August 2ndt Gth and 14th See agent or B A Woolums for particulars Chamberlains 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 Ioffer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x220 ft with new stable and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch n all in mood repair and will be sold t abargaintf Mrs Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at Eo V Elders Store For 30 days we offer our entire stock f clothing shoes carpets dry goods millinery mattings notions etc at cost is the time to get bargains Our oss your gainRespectfully tf E V Elder Comparison That Should be of Interest to Sun sJayOhio Illinois Indiana three States mmediately North oi us have an attendance of from 1000 to 2000 delegates at their State Conventions Kentucky has never had as many as 500 Why is this Is it x lack of interest or is it lack of information as to the real value of these conventions Hore is another fact in those States The enrollment in each school on an aver ego is equal to or a little above the church membership In Kentucky the average is little if any above half of this Still another fact In those States about onehalf of all white Protestant children of school age are en rolled in the Sunday school In Ken tucky only aboutonefifth of these are enrolled These are facts that should give us the deepest concern In those States every county is organized and the State Association is looked upon by all denominations as one of the most important factors in Sunday school progress and it is given their hearty support In Kentucky we have about 25 strong 45 good 25 weak and 29 nominal organization Isnt it time Kentucky was availing itself of this strong organization We arc to dis cuss at Hopkinsville every phase of Sunday school work and in the light of these facts lay plans for future work Will not every Sunday school in the State send at least one representative to Hopkinsville to help us solve the tremendous problem of bring ing into the Sunday school to Christ and into the church the 500000 white Protestant boys and girls between the age ot six and twenty in Kentucky who are not in any Sunday school If you dont know of the great work the State Association is doing for the Sunday school interests of our beloved State write to E A Fox General Secretary Louisville Ky Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea cramps dysentery when you should centurylainkillerLook out for imitations there is only one genuine Perry Davis Residence for Sale A nice residence on High street con tainiug eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call on or addresseither of the undersigned MRS CINDA KARK W H DOUGLAS july234t Richmond Ky Every Healthy Boy likes to get himself into places of dan spraiusMothertic of Perry Davis Painkiller and rubs it on the injured spots with an energy and frequency depending on the seri nothuinjlike PerryDavisFOR the fourth time Hon John S Rhea has been nomi nated by the Democrats the Third District for a seat in the Congress of the United States and in November he will have the pleasure of de feating McKenzie Moss for the second time A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chas H Utter a prominent phy sician of Panama Columbia in a recent letter states Last March I had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of ase who had a very bad attack of prescribedforgrowing worse every hour t er parents were sure she would die Sue had become so weak that she could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours she was feeling much bet upon11crwas entirely well For tale by Stockton Hagan 1m KIRKS JrJLLE Mrs J L Whitlock of Round Hill is out among her friends after several weoks illness of heart trouble Miss Edits Scrivner hits opened her school at Round Hill with good prospects of a lull attendance Tim Secrest Kormal school has its share in tho public schools Quite a number of its pupils are teaching in different parts of Madison and Garrard ountles Baptistdaily The fine rains of the past week have greatly encouraged the farmers They report corn and tobacco in excellent condition Rev J itt Bruce assisted by Rev B A Davis of Louisville is conduct Baptistlent and should be well attended Mr Raymond Hendren continues quite ill though his attending physI- cian has hopes of his recovery comrnejicedherattendance This is Miss Hendreiils provesthtqAIR teacher ftar Dr Ilobson dentiUt next door to Government building U Richmond Ky Have S L Midkiff lb repair your old vehicles and make them good as now tf So L Midkilf makes A specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a tiial order tf SoL Midkiff can supply you with any kind of a vehicle yog desire and tho prices are always right Give him a call tf My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prices will please every bodyaprSO tf I E LANE If your watches clocks or in fact anything In this line netids repairing take them to L E Lane His work Is the best apr30 tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TES Cir STORE Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr- Rave just received one ot the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line aprSO tf IiE LANE Lost On the morning of the Elks parade somewhere on Seccnd street a nice lack coat Finder will be liberally rewarded if returned to this office tf For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well located Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf viiI be Sent on Rqnest General J M Poyntz notifies us that tbe reports of the Gettysburg National Park Commissioners 1893 to 1001 inclusive illustrated with views of the park and work thereon have been published and requests for copies should be addressed to Senators and representatives in Concrous He is requested by Park Commissioner Wm M Robbins to notify allvho desire a copy to send in at once A Cure for Cholera Infantnm Last May says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infantum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to tho house telling them I ielt sure it wcnld 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 in any single instance For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m Many a man fails in life because ho wastes too much time trying togct someone else to turn his grindstone The fellow who takes a bottle when ho goes fishing is the one who gets a red nose All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis writes J H Johnston of Broughton Ga that of ten I was unable to work Then when whollyIis the best Croup medicine in the world A trial will convince you its unrivaled for Throat and Lung dlieases Guar anteed bottles 50c and 5100 Trial bottles free at Perry e Thomas drug store 1m The astronomer who dlecoversa now star has reason to be proud of his good looks ATLANTIC CITY EXCURSION Via the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Thursday August 14 The last excursion of thu season will be run to Atlantic City from Lexing ton and Central Kentucky points Thursday August 14 via the Chesa peako Ohio Railway and Washing tonDOTie trip rate will be 14 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterl ing and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Kentucky pointsTickets will be good returning 12 days from dato of sale and will permit stopovers at Philadelphia and Wash ington on the return trip Through sleepers will bo run from Lexington for whish the berth rate will be 4 This excursion will permit a visit to New York at very little expense Atlantic City is the largest resort on the Atlantic coast and a great variety of recreation and amneemeut can be found there together with the best hotel accomodatlons to be had Full information and sleeping car applicationDiv Pass Agent 3t Lexington Ky Dissolution Notice The drug firm of Stockton Hagan was dissolved by mutual consent July 25 1902 Mr llagan 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 SOJMt STOCKTON ft HAd AN Naturets DangerSignals Do your eyes blur st times readingAreaches Are the muscles arund the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals goneisItcosts so little to help the eyes if done in timer I can IhaveOculist tt++ tIexamine the eyes la a most intelligent + careful manner 4 charge If glasses SI1IIi 3 needed supply correct Iuses 1n any manner desired t+ t1+ + T A JQhiiSQ- flQplj er 1M Yt For Sale Two splendid building lots in the best part of the city One is COx2C4 and the other 100x300 For terms ap ply at this office web 26tf WALTERS Collegiate Institute +James T Barrett Principal Johns Hopkins University Robert F liutcheso- nHainodenSidney Associate College +A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a General Prepares students for entrance into the best Colleges and for burlier standing in many institu tions Offers these advantages- An advanced Commons e n s e Course of Study Thorough painstaking instruction by well qualified and experienced teach ers Firm discipline Study hours in the school room under the personal supervision of the instructors Beautiful and health lul location with the commodi groundsModern nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 Call on or address JAMES T BARRETT Jnly22m RICHMOND KY PublicSakI Saturday August 30 At JO Oclock AM on the premises sell to the highest bidder the farm known as the Col Reuben Mundny farm situated in Madison county Ky9 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 substatlal 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 seeding will be given the purchaser and full possession January isti 1903 TERMS Onethird cash the balance in one and two years equal installments bearing per cent interest Anyone desiring to look at said farm before the sale will call on Mr James Hubbard on tho premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any further particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Crab Orchard Ky 23julCt Estill t+ Springs CIQ ct Q U I11 JJ fLu Splendid Education White Sulphur and Chalybeate f jf- rSXeasuve av1 tta IssovtJune 1st To October 1st On the Louisville At lantic R R anti the Ken tucky River In the midst of Mountains and Roman tic Scenery Tho White Sulphur is a specific f for skin and kidney troubles the Chalybeate natures tonic Hot Sulphur Baths in the house For further particulars address W R Thomas Manager IRVINE KENTUCKY Dmmi ion rs al CoI PIU against Dillard bite c oils NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Iadlson Circuit Court rendered nt the April term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday August 28 Houodoorhighestbidder A House and Lot of Land in Richmond Ky fronting on Main Street 70 directionISOofRichmondproducetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit oft herequiredthe payment of the purchase money to have bearinglenllnterest purchaseS E SCOTT13au3t M OMO C Last of the Season Popular Family Excursion f B O+ S W TO PUT = IN=BAY Thursday August 21 VERY LOW RATES Jt rickett OOUJO DAYS OpportunltTthlslleasonu ofaosteatIqt tqClfidtrslpot 0 PHcGARTY G Um4f l1tt 1MC1IAt1DKJj EEGJNNINGJuly 1st I WILL SELL FOR Ten Days At the Hours From 8 3 oclock atto Absolutely Cost The Following Goods Lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces 5 in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook InsertingSummer Skirts etc Call and see our Line and Purchase some of the Bargains f ot OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE OF CLOTHINGQxl Z 0 L E We Overstocked Clothing Regardless of N oo s I Saksk 5eslwam Manufacturers Cost 1 Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Prices IMPORTANT MOTHERS READ THIS Boys Swits Boys SWilL Good allwool three piece suits 3 to 8 years JI1 Ifc ga tz 0ft I are Badly Mens Allwool Suits at 41 Mens Allwool Best Flannels 4IMens Allwool Cassimere Suits at 001 This about the cost of the trimmings 500 Mens Linen Suts coat pants and vest Sl TO 3 149Suitse s togertWelOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON Zz 5ftlU iF New hoods are arriving daily at our vast Emporium and ofSpringGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etc UnequaledisCoronationBraidreadvmade Skirt Department In this lino we can please the most fastidious selectfromand get prices you are sure to buy A complete stock of New Matting has just been received and is now placed on worldselecttheknow have latest uptodate goods at Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with ioXee Smitha tx1 tr 2O rr rc C a s at is you the 49c up to 700 KY r 0I I 0 f rlp U1 SJ Jiow n U1 I 2nIOU1 0 Sn tn Ii i 5 jchmond Climax J SDAY AUG 13 1902 our city taxes are now i Please call andsettle L P Evans City Collectors privately my residence on in street But terms T S HAOANit jUs IV HH s will begin her iI s Monday Sept 1 at her u i suit aul33t i t SIM iy trains are be f uar try them Low Mil suiiniis tf j L i has closed out his u Second street and i iii e in Carlisle n celebrated First Regi 1rtuUr delightful con 1u during the Maysville v st 023 j Farley purchased last r Jake Herndon out ii twenty acres of land jw ji tliereonat it is stated Jlars per acre ii s London Dog and Pony V txjse aerialists supreme E o t1 lDil the freo attractions J zit of the grand stand at i vs Elks Fair August 2023 1iIlL Elks Fair bigger t7 mcver Four days Aug l bines all the goodness nriIUIJ Fair brought up- II isc liy the addition of ma j ivel features anil attrac lI las CLIMAX will B1l a ivcrtiseinent of Phil L g I tutor of George M Will 1 IP is offering great bar ii 0 i ippr paints oils var t e rue entire stock of goods e and at prices that will ithe chiefs of police is auJ Lexington have de intention to have the T rretsin their respective wo Imd tht grass cleaned walks it might be well llirhmoml to join in the I I To is nothing like be n Ve sell the best bread in ond Higgins Ellis s in Staple and Fancy ries 221 W Main street old Kentucky ents for HautierCramer ig Company Lexington ucky Mothers Bread Rising Bread AlUntie aty- Illundt trip to Atlantic V August 14th with lira v IIgent or II A Wool r ulars For Sale v ale a registertd Poland sure and good breeder a sra line miloh cow with G J White Son L tray Cow in my place on July 25 a t ili iut six years old with t running from hip t- oIf bag is larger than I ii reward will be paid X imf to undersigned James Rowlett r Whites Station Ky iullng For Trouble k iittles are not an nnusu in this Slate but it does Kentuckian who recent it a copperhead in r flask ftrinanre was severely the hunt for trouble- h try to reverse the nsn irgs Morgnnfield Sun tae Ball Iost interesting games of ud this reason in Madi was that played Satnrday r IImond and College Hill i v is played at Moberly and- re of 20 to 14 in Javor Inftr eleven innings t ii fell Saturday left the i iii a slipery condition r tsblo for the largo Score 5u 3 ao U cu S fu- r1 u c t3 rn Went to the Fair One hundred and fortyflve Rich Lexingtonleft over returnedandjoitiedHe Wonders Why A few weeks ago a merchant and a theirwivesquietLast 25IbavobeenT Contract Let Prof Chas Crooks has awarded the rlJsidencecityTheymentson tho Gover property recenty DurhamDnAmen businessnothithan the town in which he lives says Ithe Winchester Democrat It is the competenceand thriltyandcannot afford td be indifferent to any tiling which will further these end Result ofa Bee Sting The threeyearold daughter of Mrs whoisuse of her legs as the result ofn bee sting on her hand The child was stung on the fiimer by a bumblebee a week ago and after the acute pain had subsided it was found that she could ofherNew Sawmill nyfarmber that I know of in the county I willalso 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 60000 or 00000 feet for the market Can fill bills lor cattle tobacco barns and other buildings JOHN D GOODLOE Cau4t Whites Station Ky Drowned William Benna colored was acci dentally drowned near Foxtown last Friday afternoon Benna was employed by Mr Cal Burgin and was a valu ed hand On Friday afternoon he was riding Mr Margins horse and rode into the pond to allow the horse to drink The horse stumbled throwing Benna into the water Although he was considered good swimmer the man seemed unable to save himself Mr linrgin throw him a rail and then went into the water after him but was too late to save him from drowning A Severe Winter Predicted Prof Asa K Martin of Winchester has furnished the Lexington Leader with the folio win forecast The first frost of the season will fall September 17th There will be twenty three snows for this winter the first to fall October 27 or November 5 There will also bo five zero days and two ice spellsTo sum it all up we will have a cold wet winter and my ad vice to my friends is to get their coal now as it will be very high as the winter draws near We will get ice from three to five inches thick Ihe Soldiers Return Company E of the State guard returned from tho encampment at Mam moth Cave last Saturday morning after having spent ten days in Camp The boys were pretty well worn out but all reported a line time in camp There was no better Company in the regiment and all officers and men are proud of the showing made Among other honors captured on the trip was the appointment of Sergeant Herndon Dudley as Sergent Major of the First Batallion Second Regiment The ap pointment was made by Major Ed wards Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CiiEifAurA and L P EVANS apr16tf Real Estate Stable Burned At ten oclock Monday morning the stable at Mr Harvey Douglas place on Second street was discovered tobaon rnpldlythat carriageThedo any good The water plug was too for away for theboyaburn The stable contained a fine lot ofcorn and several hundred bundles of oats all of which was lost undergoing Repairs The store house occupied by Rice Arnold is undergoing extensive repairs which when completed will make it one of tho mst attractive buildings in town The ceilings are being raised about two feet and the walls of the andpaporedfront will be put in and the upper floor will be converted into handsome olHcee As soon as Ute work is completed the Taylor building next door will be rebuilt James L Pence tho Cincinnati contractor is doing the work Osteopathy Defined Osteopathy is a theroputic science grounded upon known and verifiable laws of physiology From these prin ciples we deduct our definition of the science Osteopathy is a method of treating diseata by manipulation the purpose and result of which is to restore the normal condition of the nerve control the blood supply to every organ of the body by removing physical obstruction or by stimulating or inhibiting functional activity as the condition may require By the term physical obstruction we mean any direct interference to the nutritive or functional fluid or forces of the organ as pressure upon a vessel or nerve by an abnormal condition of some denser tissue of tho body This will cut QfT the nerve force and effect the producing and abnormal function- of some organ or organs and thus lead to a disease condition Osteopathy achieves its chief results through the nervous system Knowledge of the Bible If you think tho average Lancaster man is not up on the Bible listen to this Jim Hamilton met Dave Ross Monday and made him a wager of 3that he could not repeat the Lords Prayer The wager was accepted and Dave began thus Now I lay me down to sleep I pray the Lord my soul to keep He was then interrupted by Hamilton saying here is your S5 I did not know you knew it so well Lancaster Record The above reminds us of ascriptural argument that took place between two gentlemen who were somewhat under the influence of intoxicants each referring to the others the greater sinner when one of the gentlemen men tioned remarked to the other You dont know who led the children of Israel across the Red Sea The an swer given was William Penn Where upon the gentlemen directing the qUes- tion exclaimed You would havo never known hud not some one told you Robbed of His Gold Last Thursday afternoon John Hun ter a wealthy farmer who lives near town on the Four Mile road was rob bed of 8000 in gold which he kept in a stone jar under his bed The robbery was committed late in the afternoon while Hunter was away from home Although ho was away from home but a short time the men who got the booty managed to get away and have not yet been apprehended When Hunter found that he had been robbed he came to town and notified the sheriff A search was begun at once and at noon Friday the blood hounds from Nicholasvillo were put on the trail The robbers were traced across the country up Otter Creek to the Big hilt pike where the trail was lost It is supposed that they escaped into the mountains The county officers want Hunter to offer a reward for tho cap Lure of tho parties so that competent detectives may be employed but he has refused to do it Hunter is ape culiar character and the news of the robbery was no surprise to those who know him He has a great deal of property and saves every dollar begets He never trusted his money to the banks but keeps it all in his house No one knew where hekeptituntil the robbery The money that was taken was 20 gold pieces and represented his savings of years Those who know iiimhavfl always predicted that some day ho would Tietnurdared for his gold We carry the largest and most complete line of p SmJgS t to be foundin Rich mond All the Upto Date styles 11 Our prices are the lowest The new and nobby things in 51IllIfl Fl1f1S AND IitnJi WliJrl A full and complete line of Ments Underwear Negligee Shirts Collars and Cuffs RICE ARNOLD t4 o 0C o4 Ul o c tjii Wilbur Smiths College Lexington KT Write to Prof W R Smith for 25 years President of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky University for particulars of unequaled in ducements for young men to pursue its business Shorthand Typewriting colleRaiscuring situations for its students See ndvertisnJent Address only W R SMITH Lexington Ky 2t Firm Chances Hands The well known grocery house of Miller Bros changed hands Monday afternoon when the business was pur chased by Messrs Herman and Charles Frasa of this city The noW proprietors will do business under the name of Frasa Bros atd it is their intention to conduct the business on the plan as their predecessors Mr C D Miller will remain with them to assist in the business and to settle up the business of the old firm The Fraea brothers are well known and popular young met andwill doubtless enjoy a splendid trade They came to this city from Lancaster about a year ago such have already made scores of warm friends in the city and couutv Another Deserved Promotion Mr Hamilton It Smith who for sev oral years has had charge of the L A Station in this city has recently been promoted to the position ol Chief Clerk in the General Managers office at Versailles He will leave Uiclunond some time next week to take his now new position Mr Smith has been with the L Af about ten years and has several times be n promoted The Richmond office to which be was assigned about three yars ago is the hugest on the road ntiu since he hats hen here there has been a toady iiimaso in business due largely to lila untiring work for the road Mr Smith has for a number of years been recognized by both the patrons and officials of the L L as one of the best men on the line and while all his friends rejoice at the deserved promotion yet all express genu- Ine regret at his leaving the city There are very few things about the railroad that he does not know something about so that these frequent promo tions cease to surprise us Good Roads Convention The Good Roads Association of Ken tucky held its third annual conven thou in Lexington Monday and Tuesday of this week Every county in tbe State was represented by three or more delegates making a total of more than three hundred representatives A number of addresses on road building and needs of the State were delivered by men who have bern interested in the work for years Hon A Macheii of Washington chief of the entire rural free delivery system in the United States delivered an address before the convention upon the Rural Route System a subject InI which Kentucky is greatly interested No State in the Union has received more recognition in late years from the Government in this respect and many other rural routes are contem plated 1 hose who represented Madison county were Judge N B Turpin Hon 0 L Searcy lion J Tevis Cobb Squire W A Johnson and Squire Thomas Williams In Memoriam The followingineihonai was adopted by Richmond Commandery August 5 1902 Suit KNIGHTS Since our last meeting death has again invaded our ranks and a chivalrous Knight has fallen from our list Tuesday morning July 27th the spirit of A Wilkes Smith passed from earth to the great Asylum above He had been a member of Richmond Com mandery from its orgauization being one of its charter members and its second Commander For many years he was a regular attendant on all meet ing participating in the conference of the orders on all who came and by his correct appreciation of the lessons and precepts of Templar Masonry he was able to impress its beauties on the no vitiates Norwas Sir Smiths influence and strength bounded by the limits of our Asylum He was ever a man among men In the front rank of his profes sion progressive earnest patriotic citizen having ever at heart the wel fare of our community our State and our country As a companion he was a genial warmhearted one always mingling gladly with his fellowmen attractive to all alike Sir jnlghts after a long illness dur ing which he repeatedly manifested his faith in the merits of the bloodof Him under whose banner we have all as Sir Knights enlisted lie paid the debt we all owe and all must pay And oh may we like him be ready Let us here resolve that we as Sir Knights acknowledge again our enlistment under That Banner that we extend to bis wife and children our appreciation of his life and our sympathy in their sorrow that this memorial ho spread at largo upon our minutes an enrolled copy be sent to the family of the de ceaced and given to a local paper for publication BIRTHS BROCK To tho wife of Prof H II Brook on last Wednesday a fino boy RELIGIOUS A protracted meeting is in progress at Union City this week conducted by Elders Reynolds and Rash of North Middletown Christian Congress will bo held at Stanton Court House October 14 All ministers of all denominations are invited to cooperate in this meeting Bishop Morrison of the H E church announces that the Kentucky Confer slice wilt meet in London September 3 and tho Louisville Conference will meet in Columbia October 1 The protracted meeting held at New by in the Jolly Ridge Tabernacle by Key Samuel Crutcher evangelist of Missouri was a success In the way of large crowds good attention and behavior The preacher is an excellent logician and dives directly to the core of the text or subject His references or illustrations are very forcible and conclusive The singing which was con ducted by Prof Adams of Panola was excellent The services were held at 3 oclock p in and 730 pm the even ing services generally being of sn over flow in attendance lila remarks on enyy tattlers and liars struck those guilty of such thugs in tender place Mr Crutcher isa native of Madison county and is a twin brother of Mr William Crutcher of tjjlg county A IciapboM ww has rtfffltfp lIt out trit fl1444b II School Board Statement To Tin CITIZENS OF RICHMOND So lunch misapprehension exists as t the purpose and effect of the electionoil the gi acted school proposition to be heh In Itkbmond ou August 26 1002 and si many Inaccurate and erroneous state ment have been made about it that the Board of Education feels that full and fair statement to the people trout It h both proper and expedient For a nnrn ber of years the Board under the au tuoritr vested In it has been maintain ing a white and a colored High School at a cost of from fortylive 45 to lilLy cents on the one hundred dollars 1U01 0 of taxi bio property It wns the earnest disiru of the Board to main lain tilth tbeso schools upon the highest possible plane and to make them important educational influences in this community contributing richly to the leallliy development and upbuilding of the ambitious anti aspiring of both races Fur some reason last year the Colored people became dissatisfied with the inimagemeut of tbe school for their rhililrm and a socalled colored Board of Education sued out au injunction from the Madison Circuit Court to pre vent this Board from electing teachers for tho colored school or from exercis tug any act ot authority or control over it anti at the same time it proceeded to elect i principal and teacher for the ensuing year upon a final hearing of slid iiijuction Judge Scott dissolved the injuction and confirmed the power and authority of this Board to govern anti control the school The principal elected by the colored Board presented himself at the school building and en deavored to take charge of the school and to open and organize it His right to do was denied and disputed by the Principal selected by the Legal Board of Education and considerable confusion resulted and it was necessary to ad journ the school for tbe day When the L gal Board of Education stood lirmly by the Principal elected by it and tle injunction had been dissolved aud tie proceedings dismissed the colored people gave expression to their feelings of disapproval and resentment by a systematic and deliberate boycott of the school maintained by them and refused to send their children to it while there are over seven hundred colored children of school age in Rich mond for quite a while the average attendance to the school was from thirty to fifty scholars per day And all this titHe it was costing the tax payers of the City about Three Thousand Dollars 3000 a year to maintain this school The White Board of Education taxed the people of the city to erect a large substantial bricK school building for the cclorcd people and has maintained them a firstclass school providing a Principal and eight teachers at au an nual cost of about 3000 The colored people of the City only pay 30516 schoo tax aud this Board feels that it has dealt with the colored people and iheir school in a consistent spirit of fairness liberality and generosity still this Board has no desire to force its control and supervision on an uuwilH ing and unsmyputhetic peopleand it has taken a step which if ratified by the people will divorce the two schools and put the control of the white school iu the hads of the board to be elected on August the 20th 1902 This board will have full control of the Caldwell High School and nothing whatever to do with the colored school and that great educational enterprise will be maintained entirely by taxes collected from the property of the white people The col ored people can then control their own school elect their own Board and tax their own property for the mainte nauco of their own school That the sue cess of the plan proposed by this Board will materially reduce the revenue of the colored school is not denied but this Board feels that it is not just that the white people iu this City should be tax ed to maintain a school for the colored people when they are not in sympathy with the school and refuse to support it by not sending their children to it For these reasons this Board in conformity with the provision of Sections 4464 and 4489 of Kentucky Statutes submits to the white voters of Richmond the proposition to establish a graded common school as a Substitute for and in plies of the system now maintained leaving tbe colored people absolutely free to establish and maintain such a system of public education as they desire This Board took this step deliber ately and carefully after due deliberation and full consideration It has been careful to consult with competent coun sel that the law might be met and fully complied With It has been urged in sonic quarters that this success of the proposition submitted means a material increase in the City taxes This is abso lutely incorrect Iu no event can the amount of taxes levied for educational purposes in this City exceed fifty cents on the one hundred dollars worth of taxable property aud tbe ratification of the proposion submitted will take from the property of the white people subject to assessment for taxes the burdeu of maintaining tbe colored school and by that means the school tax should be reduced from 15 to 20 cents on the one hundred dollars worth of taxable prop erty In other words the proposition submitted simply provides for the sepa ration of the two scbcols places the white school absolutely under the control of tim White Board of Education and maintains it entirely by taxes collect d from property owned by the white people and places the colored school absolutely under the control of the colored people and maintains it en tirely by taxes collected from the prop ertyowned by the colored people sup plemented by the State per capita con tribuition C A TAYLOR W H DOUGLAs JOHN ALLMAN T T COVIKGTON H C STOCKTON PERSONAL Mrs Martha Haley is visiting rela tives in Lexington Miss Mabel Letton left Monday for a visit to Lexington Atlas Kate Walker visited in Lex ington last week ltr Fred Grinstead was over from Lexington Suuday Mr Montie Powell ofIrvSno was In the city last week Mr and Mrs Joe bchaihausen aro viaiting In Cincinnati jtr and Mrs Z T Rice are guests at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs S A Owens of Tennessee is thltguestof Mrs Jas Cosby 0 EdItor T Hood Little was at the Latingtou Fair yesterday irs N J Arnold has returned from a SIt to relative at Lancaster fraptJ D Feeny of lexington l days here lat week J fililMa CmpbhI and brother their IMtii iWitt Va trAu DJt Me lttwRd from a visit to relatives in Virginia Mr Joe Thurman has returned from a tvo werk outing at Pipe Springs Mr E Iutt Burnam left last week for n ten days fishing trip in Wisconsin Mssrs Duke Gordon and Charley Dudley spent Sunday at Estill Springs Mrs H C Jasper has gone to Boone county for an extended visit rela tives Mesdames W S Oldham and W E Laugford have returned from Estill springs Mr and Mrs II H Colyerare spending several weeks at French Lick Springs Mrs W S Pryor and son are visIt- Ing the family of Judge Pryor at New CastleMr Bowen Zaring who has been in New York for the past year is at homo on a visit- 1Iiss Lillian Bybee is visiting her aunt Mrs C K Oldham in Mt SterlingMr Mrs James Arbnckle have returned from a weeks stay at Estill Miller is visiting her daughter Mrs James Winn in Win chester Mr Clarence E Woods left Monday for a business trip to Louisville and Frankfort Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday August 13 Mr Letcher Grinstead has returned from a ten days visit to his parents at French bur2 Mrs H L Perry and little daughter Dorothy are visiting MissNellie Wlnn near Versailles Mr and Mrs C 0 Wallace and son William are visiting the formers par ents in Irvine Mr Robert S Crowe returned Satur day from a two weeks visit to friends at Dry Fork Va Mrs H G Turner and son returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Jessamine county Dr Norton Mourning has been made resident physician at Estill Springs for the sunirnerTirnes Miss Margaret Crooke has returned from a visit to her brother Prof O C Crooko at Denver Col Mrs E O Vance left Sunday morning for a visit of several weeks to her parents in Franklin Ky Mr and Mrs Harry Shepherd of Cincinnati are guests of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Mr George Barbour a prominent banker of Maysville was the guest of Dr L G Barbour last week Mrs Rutherford Douglas of Augusta Ga is visiting her mother Mrs W R Letcher Sr on the Campus Mrs Rosa Jarman has returned to Lexington after a visit to Mrs Wm Luxon on the Tales Creek pike Major C F Burnam and Rev P F Adams will leave tomorrow to attend the Baptist Association at Luray Va Miss Nellie Pevton who has been the guest of friends here for two weeks will return to her home in Lexington todayDr Ed Greene of Millerigeville Georgia was in the city several days last week the guest of the Misses Charles Arnold and daughter Eloise of Georgetown are guests of the formers sister Mrs H G Turner ou Fifth street Mrs McFerran Crowe of Versailles and sister Miss Smith of Missouri are the guests of Mrs James W Smith on the Campus Mrs Henry Traynor and diughter Miss Mary have retained to Danville after a visit of several weeks to Mrs Wm Luxon Jr Mrs TonI Campbell and daughters Missis Lillian and Lula It of Rich mond are visiting Mrs T W Bruce Winchester Democrat Dr Morris Evans of Sulphur Springs Texas formerly pastor of the Meth odist church of this city is the guest of Mr S E Scott on Third street Capt L C Smith who recently sold out his business at Wildie has accepted a position with the Hume Coop erage Company of Richmond Mt Vernon Signal Mrs Dabney Crenshaw passed through the city today going to her home in Richmond Va She has been visiting relatives in Richmond Ky Lexington Leader Mr and Mrs Theodore Wilson of Station Camp passed through Rich mond Thursday enrouto to Gremsburg Indiana where they will visit their son and other relatives Prof I Cochrano Hunt who has been spending the summer at his home in Virginia was in the city last weekon his way to Wilmore where he will teach this year Miss Ohio Smith and Mr Everett Green of Richmond and Mrs W F McPherson of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs W Jjarris Craig on the Lexington piker Danville News Mr W J Scrivner who has been a valued clerk at Covington Banks for the past two years left Monday for Canon City Colorado where he expects toniake his future home Mr Phillip Wygant son of Capt Wygant formerly Commandant Central University Batallion is the guest of Mr Edwjn Stockton Capt aud Mrs Wygant and son Harry are now located at Fort Thomas Mrs John M Price son and daughter of Atchison Kansas arrived Monday from Estill Springs and are now visiting relatives in this county They will be tho guests next week of Mrs G B Turley on the Big Hill pikeMrs Carrie Morris Boone has issued announcement cards of the marriage of her daughter Miss Fannie Boone to Mr John Clifton McDonald Jr which tookilace Saturday July 20 at Rose dalo the country home of Mr and Mrs J Stone Walker in Richmond Louisville Times Mr Hamilton of Richmond passed through our village Monday on a visit to Col Domareo and famllyMr anti Mrs Will Prather have returned from a pleasant visit to fienda and relatives at RichmondiMrs R E Tur ley and children of Richmond will arrive toinorraw to make their annual visit tocher parents Mr and Mra R- lSpcarsSpcars Ccr Jessamine Elizabeth awl Carolyn Bar hour of Richmond will reach hero FrIday August 16 and will occupy a flat at 1220 Fourth avenue Miss EJiea both Barbour Will succeed Miss Elea nor Tarrant as Latin teacher in thE Dr V H HobBon wha has been ill of spjwidlQlUs wrlIvtral Yl wi taVM t XtOuUYltW H 44i f fw aop iIU t I T1 GREAT REDUCTION JJ LoTwcUT SHOES 4 Fine Patent Kid Latest Shapes now 31150 3 Pat Leather Vici Calf and Kid now Styles to suit both oldmen and young now wear If a see are for is of I for 50 65 75 and 85c for 65 and 85c Strap 98c 125 150 and 198 Vici newest 2i to 7 worth 2 our Shoes Kid 4 250 our soft lOc soft sole Shoes tan white blue are a line of at 800 and 1000 that Boys Knee Suits 98c to 600 Knee Pants 10 to 8 to You are to our Respectfully to the Cash Girls High School and Miss Carolyn Barbcti who tins spent several years abroad in the study of music will in struct private pupils in this branch Times Aug 9 A pleasant occasion of Friday was a family paity given by her children to Mrs Thomas Ky It was a happy of the ot the guest of honor and held at the home oX Mr and Mrs David Chenault in the country near There were manv hand some Kilts flowers and show ers of good wishes for Mrs Bronston and the day was one of delight and to all the party the children being all the happier because of their mothers safe recovery from a recent severe accident An elegant luncheon of soveral courses was served Among those present were Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Will D Old ham and Mrs Jas B Bronston Mrs Jlattie Bronston Davis and daughter MIES Gayle Davis Miss Nettie B Chenault Putting food into a diseased stom ach fn like putting money into a pocket with holes Tho money is lost All its value oes for nothing When the stomach is diseased with the allied organs of and nutrition the food which is put into it is largely lost The is not extracted from it The body is and the blood Im poo ished Ths pocket can be mended The stomach can cured That sterling roedlcino for the stomach and blood Docfsr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery acts with peculiar and liower on tlio organs of and nutrition It isa poiitive cure for almost all disorders ol tbeso organs and cures aleo snrh of the hraijr blood liver and organs as bav their cause in a weak or diseased of the stomach TO OTOE A COLD IN ONE DAT Tak Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets refund cure EY Groves a or eaqh box 25 cents fdhdayronnd trip rate8 on L A 100 to 1 tc IS Nioholasvillo roc Irvine J5cL Millers Creek cjhie fare to all other stations CerRBi aad Wcris of tkc Ctfd aUn Broma Tblete lnon No cart BO p at Ir In order close out our Cut Shoes we marked to figures that a quick sale of pair are this seasons styles except a few 295 265 23S 350 250 2 Good Tans for everyday now Vici Kid stylish now The old mans comfort reduced to J50J J65 you never wore Low Cuts try pair rand how comfortable hot days But dont delay such low bargains wont last long- Remember that our big stock always the place to buy Mens and Boys Shoes every ki- ndCOV1NGTOPI BANKS ELDERS BARGAINS IN SliDES AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers Children Rothchilds Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals Children Ladies Patent Vamp Sandals Ladies Patent Leather Vamp Manish Oxfords shapesSunrise price Rothchilds Men Chrome styles branded price 15O 175 Infants Moccasins Infants red black 25c CLOTHINGW- e large SUITS cannot beequaled Boys 9Sc Mattings 10 to 25c Window Shades 65c invited inspect MILLINERYDEPARTMENT Submitted Trade Louisville SBronstonof Richmond celcbration birthday Chiletiburg beautiful pleasure Cheniuit Lexington Leader digestion tiutriment weak promptness digestion Diseases condition AlllruggistS thonmney hit- failto signature Versailles U- ts1ti Quinine euSlVikW to Low have them down insure every All tans durable they Showing Baby Caps tOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 VJLJ9 ELDER VISITORS TO THE ELKS FAIR Be sure to see our splendid stock of Fine Diamond and Pearl Jewelry Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Remember we have the finest assortment of Elk Buttons and Jewelry in the city Victor Bogaert MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Must lbRegardless of Price As executor of the estate of my father George M Willging I wilt proceed at ance to settle the business and from this date untilevery thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will te sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entj e stockmust go There is also a complete line of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Polej Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc an entire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposed of This is a genuins sale as the goods murt be dosed but and that at your own price You have the priv ilege of buying the entire stock or any part desfredr Call cat is get the pick of the tock PHIL L WIULGBi uecuto j iim J I I V 1ty i f 1 ni f A f rJ t Jol LF I xI it I Jpt ff f I f Ij t i ii f ljt 1t j 1 r f C t i 1 i t i s i I uJL oJ L j i ii1- t1I Ii i 4 J TO THOSE wishing to purchase thE celebrated Page WirE Fence trt tCE iiiWe are pleased tofitatoiliut it is on sale at the lolIowiDg places in Madison county Arbuckle t Simmons R chmoni- WacoHcarcv Hamilton Ited1louReJJ V Whlllock Baldwin NewbyHurtonJW Tenter Kdentou cottonburgLWahlacetonfllcknerJTCoy Kirksvillo Par Sole The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dIpoo of tilt following judgment- A J A W Webber Berkley KytlSUroqrr iloUer Clmtoti Ky 112 J Wltowell Dixon Cvh MS N O nraudoti t Co Dexter Ky 35 J Young Son nUaeow Ky 141 Vm Kneptleu Milton Ky 28 N Ihippi AH Slrriiue Ky 66 1Vrdinand Hcbuble Loulnllle M llobt W Owens Loilisril e 11 I U J Darren Preston til road Jeffercoa county Ky 5 Austin Itoctport Ky 136 Send Lids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C j rnyfit lem 4ich nnecjo- foralpa11S you want to flu d borne in Texas where lir crops are raised where nle prosper write foracopy ofourvhandsome booklets Homes in tnu South we t and Through Trxaswltb a Camera Sent free to any IrChair Cars ALL I llbTANT- iEX8 PMN1S Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS CHCCTAW fLYER 4 Memphis to little Rock 46 tienphls to Hot Springs G MFHPHIS Eqolpmeat Uniarpsucd Scptrb Service MeairhU Ticket Office laID St JL GRIFFITH T P A TennDTeenS GaGaoLU ilok Ark Soft Ton can mAke bar nasa eon u a glove i and as tough aa wire by using EUJt Eli A liar no8i Oil You can lengthen tIc Ilfeme1t lut tlc aa lone M onJlnartly Harness Oil makes apoor looking bar ce like new Made of pore beavy bodied oil No peclaUy prepared to with stand the weatiitr r 8014 everywhere cansaIl Jizel NaN STANDARD ML CO The new woman seems to have given up trying not 10 an old girl e 8 rtj PROPOSITIONwi I Andrew Carnegie takes a check t and makes it good bra million thats Capital John Rockefeller liuyss barrel of Oil for iand sells it for thats Business A digs a well feet deep for fOthds Labor Edison takes a cylinder and makes It talk thats Ingenuity 0 1 Marconi takes an instrument with out wiree and makes it talk 1500 0ndkatbatn Brains 1he Druggist the Shampoo Tonic- S and Dandruff Cure sells It to the 0 public it will stop the hair from fall 0 ing out and remove dandruff thats IL Uodscnd o I Price 25c Per Bottled I For Sale ByJE c WINES5Miuufactnred by CHILUS DRUG CO Not York City Lexington Ky ef TI7 XSLHO- 1A cARoi ANINIA14 TER ArcbStrealthe CotoriJclt line runs IWO to Tcxas I withoit change t aisci er reach director make close ofTeas 0 I andldianTCrflt0rYT- wORT ji and pc acGod conditionFLWTAUTPL FreeReclining Double FreaRecllnla Harness wo- ulaEUREKA by be E uBEAUME P 5 TJL ST 101IS J y h 11 1J Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquireracts aoltio 97OOOTo 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 population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generalState12000 will be presented to OPC making the nearest correct estimate makingtotalofa An additional turn cf 1 0000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at lime of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime ompet lIce 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitIes subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate o cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of 504 for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this Profitsharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules Mid providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU IV v TIC Cincinnati O fr m 0 L0 iisville Henderso- ntdSt Iox is RaiIw y Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATESLI II TO THE WESTTic- kets on Sale First and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH iAPRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Ws y Rates to the Northwest and Cattiforriia Points NPV V XVPV For Further lnforrat on Address CEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN TnvV POSS Atfant Gonl Pac A MVt it1V1SVJl LI KY JJLT ii h +++ CALL LT +++ JONES MERSHON+ SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upt ate and accommo dating cler s Qenniae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap JSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND ST MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dri Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleursy WhoopingCough Pries 50c 1 Trial Sottlo Pree LOW RATES West VIA + B8z O S W San Francisco and return account Biennial Meeting Knights of Phthias Tickets will be sold August 1 to 9 inclusive 1acoma Washington Young Peoples Chris tian Union United Pres byterian Church Ticket wilt be sold July 15 to 20 inclusive 1902 Salt Lake Utah 2P Benevolent Protective Order Elks Tickets will be sold August te 9 inclusive 19 For particulars sleeping car space etc call on any agent BOSWor o R MCCARTYG- eneral Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Dont Forget Annual Cheap 2 Personally conducted Excursion to JtNiagara Falls via C ILDAugust 2 1902 Tickets good J2 days Only czi 00FrmP 1 + I Especially low rates from other points Very cheap side trips to Toronto Alexandria Ba Montreal 1 D G EDWARDS T M CINCINNATI OHIO J For Spring 19O2ej White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras tings Colored Cotton J Dress Goods X Fine Prmted Novelties Ginghams Chainbrays Shirtings J r Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons f i l Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts0 t White AND Gibson1R- ICHMQNP KYII Next Morning Philosopher Ridicule is the hornet of or atory Insinuation is the wasp of languageWhen one asks for bread and receives pie there are no grounds for offense Do not censure the delin quencies of others toosevere ly until you ameIid your gown When a judge is brought to judgement he seldom appears in the role of the stoic Wars would probably be of shorter duration if the brev ets were set closer together Men make monkeys of them selves frequently monkeys make men of themselves never and yet they attempt- to When two judges decide the same question differently and the third finds them both wrong men naturally marvel as to the mysterious processes of legal reasoning Enquirer An exchange very perti nently remarks One of the unniest sights to see are the young sapsuckers who have gone to the city and after a short time return to the country home on a visit to the old man and old woman as they slightingly speak of father and mother It is re markable how small the old home town grows how the moss has accumulated on the backs of his boyhood acquaintances These little roosters go to the cityand earn a salary of probably two dollars a week and their washing but when they come out home in the brush they cut a splurge that is amusing extremely amusing to their country acquaintances The lads have forgotten how they used to cross the old public square as chief pilot to the brindle cow or how they brought up the weeks lay ing of eggs to trade for brown sugar and a stick of candy thrown in They have forgotten the dirty face run ning nose one gallus and stone bruise Just wait till warm weather and you will seea lot of these now world famous men just drop in to killa little time Its not more than one in half a dozen who turn darnphool this way but some of them do and when they come around be sure to take off your hat offer your chair and make much ado for they are mouied men having probably as much as 5 and a return ticket JudereSidener of St Louis defends the rights of a dog in the following opinion Any dog has a legal and undeniable right to bite a whopurftent to disturb said dogs peace and tranquilityof mind does attach or oause to be at tached to said dogs tail a tin can or other weight owhich will impede the progress of said animals A dog which bites its persecutor in such a case is acting purely and hon estly in selfdefence and is ustly immune from punish ment as the man who strikes a burglar in defense of his own life and welfare News Democrat Dr W H Drake a physician of Ballard county while on a protracted spree drank fiftyone bot Lemon ex tract in a tler night and died soon In the eyes of the a4rage schoolboy a horrible example is any problem in mathematics Ti fdIConstantworm sluggish of body and duI of mind tie neeus a tonic something that will restore the keenness activityof Dr PIerces Golden Discoveryputs rundownwomen It strength ens the weak stom ach purifies the effectively wholebody bytheMedical Discovery tosnybedfrom January 1st I3gg and commenced to take JanUliry26th ofPoplarbluti took eight bottles cfDr MedIcalFavorite two TialsoCPleaaant- PelIets and one bottle of Doctor Pierces Compound Ultra ct ofSmart weed as a liniment IndirsUou obstinate roYtOQblekind of house work Your medicine saved me benefitMyroedidne Dont be tooled into trading a substance for a shadow Any substitute IlSGoldenMedical everyclaim showJaUJMNi It j I ALL WOMEN j Wine of Ciirdui Is the guardian of a womars health and happI- ness from youth to old age It helps her sifolyinto womanhood It sustains her during tho trials of pregnaticy childbirth and motherhood labor easy nnd preventing flooding and miscarriage 3t gently leads her through the dangerous period known as tlio change of life WINEOFCARDUI cures ieucorrhoca falling of the womb and menstrual irregularity in every foim It is yaluable in every trying period of a womans life t reinforces the nervous system tcti directly on the geni tal organs and is the finest tonic for women known Ask your druggist fdc a 100 bottle of Vinc of Canlui Bat esvIIle Ala July 1900 I am using Wine 01 Cardui and Thied fords BlucklTaueht and I feel like a different womin already Several Ja dies here kceI the medicines in their homes eli time I have three girls and they aro uiing it with me Mrs KATE JJEOWDER For aarlce aid llUr ttnt wklrru iriTlne symptoms ThS Ladies AdrliorT Depart inert The ttnooca Medicine Company Chattanooga Tern rots Situation BookKeeplng BusIness PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting TelmaobY 4tWILE5UR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of Ids famous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Anranlcd Medal at World Exposition Refers to thoarsndi nf graduate in position Cost iirrnhl UnlnNa Course inclndingTui lion Hooks and Board in family about W ShorthJld Type Wmag aad Telegraphy Specialties KSTlio Kcntocky Dolif r ity Diploma under peal awarded cradnnte Literary Cnnrne free if desired 1io varni Ian Enter now Graduates imccweful I enter Save vovr lettert reach lu address only WILBUR RSUiiTHLeXiNTONIcY- Alonzo Scarberry an eigh teenyearold boy was killed by lightning in Lawrence county He was crossing a high hill when he was over taken by a storm and took shelter under a tree =A J Tweedie chief engi neer of the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic Asylum has been removed by Superintendent Redwine and Assistant En gineer Funk appointed in his place Gas Reduction About ono year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it lois determined to allow a discount of25e per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price ofgaa from 200 to 175 ESrBut uoiicci is especially givenl that this discount on gas will not allowed to any person who fails to pay his Was bill on or before the 10 of each month at he offlgc or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 271001 dec 4 tf Pointedaragraps Long engagements often result in short marriages Never ask a man a favor until he has had Isle dinner Actions may speak louder than words but you cant make a woman believe it The many little things receive too mucli consideration and too many great things receive too littlo ap This signature is on every box of tho genuine Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets the remedy that cure a cold in one day A largo piece of charcoal put in a re frigerator will help to hoop it sweet It should berenewecl every week Tetter SaUIlhintm and Eczema mcilentoy applying Cwu1berlnins Eye and Skin Ointment 1any very bad Uses have been permanently cured by it Itis equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands clalblains bites and chronic Boraeyiss 23cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifnge They are not food but medicine and tho bEt in use to put a horse in prime condition Prir 23 ents per paclntgB Men dont marry for want of incH nation women tloijt marry for want of invaUon Just Look at Her stepfaultlesssmiling face She looks good feels iootl Heres her sret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills JResultall Organs active digestion good no head aches 10 chance for blues Try PerryTJlom To impart pecuniary wealth dimin ishes it To impart ntellectual wealth increases it SliattuiZiSbelIsburgIowa forIpreviously tried inanjX other remedied a number of Pir sicialls without relief For sale by igtockton ha gan H1mOftentimes it isnottuntU we no longer hsre the nieniltifurring our friends that we can bW they arc Tiip best physiisHHClmmhfrlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to bysiccconThe eaetlst never Id g the rest of the wefli Ijr the Btenjlard of hid ow- nexcMsce The pekejaayorrcjllzes that a pair o t e N crO the do- ckAiMke hi thority 1s like a f kujhribfrib1id L Prof RC Adams OP PANOLA KY Offers hli services to the peop1e Madison and counues to teach Ten Days Musical Con- ventIons consisting of rudimen tal chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pro tracted meetings and IIny public gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Please give ten notice 3011cm Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing 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 C IROUTE Popular Excursions TO Old Point Comfort 1And Ocean View Va Tickets good 15 days Returning Tickets will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and September 2 Solid vestibuled Trains dining cars electric lights Pullman Sleeper Stopover allowed in the Full information at C O ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 13Round Trip CEO W BARNEY D P A John D Potts A G P A DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KIdneysBladder Also Rheumatism Back- acheUeartDleeaseGravel Dropsy Female Troubles CURl Dont become discouraged There is a Fonueiliecases as yours All consultations Free A gravel lodged In bladder After KidneyandproscuteurtherY T OAKES OrrixVa Druggists Soc ft Ask for Cook Book Free DANCE Sure Care Clrcu1ar Dr OlVIIUO Fenner FredonIaNY The C JT 0 tJ T P Rij ivill discontinue running low rate Excursions on Sun days to Cin nnatiIW Rincarson Public Sale ON TBijR A Y AU U Tll t I will sell on the premises at public outcry at three oclock pm 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 sOldso as to realize the most money for it- The first tract beginsat the corner of 11 M Ghenaulfcs residence and runs 200 ft with Lancaster Avenue and back 735ft totheplank fence It contains 4iacles 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 Ave nue 175 feet to the intersec tion of the Barnes Mill road this lotcontains4 16100 acres plankfenceThe third tract fronts on the Barnes Mill road and d n taius 7 64100 acres of land The terms of sale Hibe announced on the day of saiei ABtmNAMt e tf Executor of B1 White- lttlgoa 0 Notice to Creditors r All jersonaij holding claims against the Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association aje icquested to present same to Secretary D R Tevis at once or same will be barred 2t H H Colycr Pros Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against Dr O J Bales that arose prior to his assignment are re quested to preeenS same verified as required bylaw to the nndenilgned on or before August 15 1902 or same Till be barred 18nn7w J TEVig CODB Assignee Notice to Creditors All partlH or persons Laving claims against tIle estatoof Ed Baxter diceased will present same verified as the lawrequireii to the undersigned or or before Aug 15 th 1902 or samo will be barreL July 14 1902 Mrs Hattie S Baxter adaiiniptra lor July lG4t Lewi Atlantic Railroi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or enbyvilleandCincinnatl For Irvine lMam For Millers Creek 2SQpin TRAINS AIIRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati lIltr n From Irvine 335 pm From Millers Cre t 830 am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyURichmonil K- yKdiDyspesia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A dIet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles DEWITTCO9hlcagoThe For sale by Perry Thomas Of Vital Interest I WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one re cently destroyed by fire and are now eqnipped to handle with more satisfaction to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun hIlthestCASIImarket We also handle all kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a protlncethat we propose to load in this business in Madison GOTT BROSN- ear LN Depot 2janly RICHMOND KY Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme oi Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Colorado 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 Maul ton as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one fare plus 200 roan trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to J l1nl 8th Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good days variable Iromtliall lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first class fcoodin chair cars seats free stabdaid sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excureions Chief Coast route the Burlington to Denver through Sonic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores df tho coolcst and countryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of our proposed trip Whealher to Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow adyIsloast orCaliforniaWM SHAW PA Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M lEVEr Geueril Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Genl Passi Agent St Louis Mo dTHEi Lexington jt Democrat t IS THE CNLY9 DAI4Y t DemocratibPaper 5 PUBLISHED iN THE B GRiI ++ + + W +4+49 totheLnewsAscription trice + i ftTWZ W POWA CDtTOR zton9 R tuck- yJ c I S IThis Space J A 115 J sIeig525d5Elp rI Next Week I Z7Z7Z77 J1t I Arbuckle Smmon is Otj T I tI It is time you were thinking your Wvct t5Uueand therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too partieu about your FURNITURE You want large and varied Stili to select from You want variety of prices You want j telligent courteous service ru r above all you want the right prii i We are prepared to meet ai these wants in the fullest metisu t and earnestly ask an inspects n our stock before placing 3our en w S Oldham IC- or 2d and Irvine StsrRICHMOND Jqlj3Ily KENTUCKY lift iI flN Itr- J ftVttY8QDhj45 JJ a ffOW RERDY ON afT Wedo not say that wemay dovelope your muscles but that we Each individual is gtven special attention no form or apparatus is ttq we only ask that you follow our instructions carefully for ten mi nates tI night before retiring or upon arising in the morning Using our meihod Duly develops the thuscles1 but psotluces the heart action which pumps pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught by only Thousauds have been relieved of constipation Indigestion ud rouble We can and TrilHo the same thing for you In two weeks time iot only harden your nuisclee but give sttehgthand vigor to the entire hereby producing a graceful and nn easy cJirriago This is the only hal does not overtax the hearts If there is any al rt Otl wish deveb Our method giving full complete for 3 00 emars Instructor m 81n PHElINIfIiRY qllrRIOUe iPuciiroi I4EDU6JW t- 7J ndP1yskaIDeveIoe9Kelkr onlyScientific Physical Cu1turli confident18lioninstructions 1JEANRAYMOND 1 p1I