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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr r 1 ThIRICIIMOND CLIMAXt OLTD1E29 7 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1902 NUMBER 13 solve ice for Will soon be called into service as Spring is here Why not buy a new clean one and make the water more invit mg hen there is your Id tWorn out Get an O K Freezer and you will Mver regret the money spent And last but not least ti if t forget thatwe sell Ill best Stoves on earth O K Jewell Stoves tml Ranges The Wonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe BestI- Viade byicewill question and will money you ater Coolers sparkling Freezer e Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth 0 SHACKERFORD c CO- Main Street RICHMOND KY he Racket Store We have received and opened up our stock of goods extend to the citizens of Madison and adjoining s to visit the RACKET STORE where will be found io of goods at prices heretofore unheard of in Cen a i iituoky and especially in Madison county Below und a few of our many bargains tslOo25c IS 10 to bOc- a ruKTHs 10 to iMc r Y and 5c- rtunsii 10 to 70c pair s gIvt8 22 to 25-c r urj- rubbers 4c per dozen ptrdozeILIi S Ue corateil complete dinner Niuccrs olc per set the save Jf Galvanized wash tubs 50 to C5- cKuegv whips 10 20 and 25c Web halters 18o Halter leads So Floor mops 12inch 15c 14inch 17c 10inch 19e Monkey wrenches 25 to 35c Stap hinges 4 to 13c Chamois for lade gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic to 15c per yard Laces embroideries 1 to 12c per yd Ladies white aprons 10 12 and 15c Seam braid 4c bolt WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets and eomplete line of Hardware Granite Tinware is H r Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which forbids us to mention If you will give the Racket a call examine our stock of goods and get prices we c ilrp to add you toour list of customers We shall at all ii s endeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you v is a call and examine our goods before purchasing s pre UIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendid assortment of ++ ++++4- I FURNITURE I 4 + + ++ + + e4+ + ++ + + + 4 + ++ which Is more extensive now than ever Every lino is cristlinjr with Holulpy selections To properly celebrate the season YOU will probably desire some new piece Ve have new Chairs Tables Bullet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Iloom Iron Beds full stock has just reached us- Library rind Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains overt ff red Rockers any style you may v sb Couchesv cry latest deslgia See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Ovirpets Matting and Rugs it ++ + + ++ + + +++ + +4 + i i JO S JOPLIN i 220222 W Main Street ti 4 +++ + + ++ + + +++ +++i+ + ++++Undertaking a SpecialtyEmbalmei and Director Jr T L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt SandTJme Cement Plaster Hair Etc itCorner Main and B Streets ti JltPhone 85 i4 TELEPHONE LANGUAGE A Form of Rudeness That Might be Corrected Why is it that men and women persist in using lan guage over the telephone which is not permissible un der other ircUt stances asked a man who is a stickler for good form in all the walks and relations of life It is a curious fact that men and women will say things to each other and ask questions over the telephone which under other circumstances would not be allowable Really they would not think about saying such things Suppose a man for instance would walk up to the front door ring the bell and when the woman of the house appeared he should ask Who are you what do you think the woman would say What would you say to the man who called you out from a cozy corner in your home just simply to find out who you are Why you would feel like booting him over the fence and no man would blame you for it Most men would feel the same way under similar circumstances Yet we allow men and women to do this very thing when it comes to speaking over the phone When a man calls at a strange place he is generally polite enough to ask if Mr Soand So lives at the place or if Mr Soand So is in or somethingof that sort He would not think of asking the man who he was But mark the difference when it comes to using the telephone Who is that a fellow wilr shriek when the call is answered Now I object to this sort of thing It doesnt sound exactly right from the way I look at things Who is that The practice is positively vulgar and when a man hurls the question at me he generally gets a sharp answer anl- one which means it is none of his business particularly and I am not particularly polite in my way jof reminding him of the fact Why do men and women persist in asking Who is that Why cant they have the decency to ask what number it is or whether this is Mr Soand So or some other question which would at least approximate the de cencies of the occasion The mere fact that a man is talking over the telephone does not give him the right to override the little niceties which are usually observed in conversation So far as I am concerned I object to the iberty and I have a quarrel nearly every day on occount of the practice Who is that Well I really lose my temper when I think of it and it is in my opinion distinctly and thoroughly un gentlemanly impertinent and several other things which may not be mentioned in po lite society Who is that Think of it It is a lowdown piece of vulgarity and men and women ought to quit us ing the expression A wise wife feeds her husband before asking for money THE THIEF OF BEAUTY Is Captured by Bradfields Regulator Thousands of women are awaking to the fact that inherited comliness has been stolen and instead of glowing cheeks and bright eyes the telltale wrinkles of have taken their place These arc the warning feelings Weak and tired in the morning no life to enter upon their former pleasures irritable cross dull headaches dispirited feeling sleepless nights cold feet bear down All these symptoms indicate deranged and weakened organs and exhausted energies follow the Weakened condition of the female prgans as surely as night follows day Save yourself from worse results by tak- ingBRADFIBLDS Female Regulator ThemoitinvigoraUngn1enstrUa1reUlat0rIii obstructed or suppressed menstruation nervousness headaches eI era Beauty of face mind symmetry of fore are the re sults of its use tsI onrbook Perfect Health for Women free THE IAPFLU HECUUT9 e7 ATLANTA CA 280000 JUDGMENT In a Suit Involving Lands In AndersonECountySurvey In the spring of 1812 Ralph Phillips who was the guar dian for his nephew Gideon Dehart sold about 14000 acres of land in Anderson county and it is said that he appropriated the proceeds to his own use This laud lips in the Western put of this county on the north side of Salt river and extends about eight miles up the river The origiual tract contain ed something ovei 10380 acres Phillips subdivided the land and sold all but 2 300 acres A bhort time ago the heirs of M rs Mary T Halsey who wus a laughter of Mr De hart jiiid who now resides in Los Angeles Cal brought suit against the Phillips heirs to recover the amount for which Phillips sold the 14 000 acres of land The Phillips family resides in the State of New Jersey where this suit was brought Re cently a judgment was given in favor of the Halsey heirs for S20 per acre for the above mentioned land making time judgment amount to about 280000 When the time for the final settlement came the defend ants disputed the number of acres in the tract and asur vey was ordered T J Leath ers County Suaveyer will begin work in a few days Time property in dispute contains some of the finest land in this county The Phillips are said to belong to one of time wealthiest families in New JerseyILook Pleasant Please Photographer O C Harlan of Eaton 0cm do so now though for years he couldnt because he suffered untold agony from the worst form of indigest ion All physicians and medicines failed to help him till he tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a sod send to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for die seases of tim Stomach Liver and Kid neys they build up and give new life to the whole system Try them On ly 60c Guaranteed by Perry Thom as druggist 1m A Fossil Quarry One of the strangest quar ries in the world exists near the town of Kemmerer Wy oming at an elevation of eight thousand two hundred feet above sea level This quar ry is worked by hand no blasting being premitted owing to the fragile nature of its output The latter con sists solely of fossils mostly those of a few varieties of fish Cn operation the shale is split into slabs broken with sledge hammers and thrown over the bank by hand When slabs contain ing the specimnesare cut and taken out they are very moist and have to be dried out to about one third of their orig inal weight After the dry ing has preceded far enough to permit of the easy manipu lation of the material the fossils are carefully cleaned by means of special tools de vised for the purpose Many of these fish fossils are exceedingly beautifnl every bone being plainly shown in the outline They rank as the finest specimens of fossil fishes yet discovered Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car buncles Costs Noth ing to Try B B II Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils carbnn cles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken interna ly cures the worst andmost deep seated cases by enrich ing puritvinpaml 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 up tim broken down body smut makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doe tors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed let ter 1m He who loves and runs away can figure in a breach of promise suit some day Shatters All Records Twice in hospital V A Onlledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doc tore to cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve soon cured him Subdues Inflammation con quers Aches kills Pains Best valve In the world 25c at Perry Thomas drug store l- iiiliii Tthingri l Iy nervous and fretful and p doesnt gain in weight I Scotts Emulsion I g is the best food and medicine J 5 for teething babies They gain from the start sanpleif 0945 Pearl Street x and loo all NewYJ1 1Iti wa The Town Kicker The Kickers on the farm ire not as hard to get along with as the kickers in the town On the farm there are the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule while in town there is the old moss back who is opposed to let tinn his business be kncwn through the local press and who wants all the privileges of municipal living without paying for them and block so far as he can every muni cipal improvement Whereas we have no one who wishes to profit by start ing an enterprise to encour age the people who are com ing here daily and investing their money to develop the country and town We must insist on these goodeasygo ing kind of people who are satisfiedwith just what may happen to not kick because our bakeryman stays in his place of business on Sunday to accommodate you You must remember it is an en terprise that you would not undertake and if our liveryman furnishes you a rig on Sunday dont say that such should not be allowed in this good and saintly place where you can find hundreds of things happening that is of no profit to our town or our coun tryMen of capital are not go ing to invest their money when they cannot even buy accommodations because they are prohibited by a town law The cow may be sold for beef andjthe mule traded for a shotgun but nothing but a funeral will get rid of a town kicker Just Look at Her stepfaultlessskinsmiling face Site looks Rood feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Result all organs active digestion good no head aches i 0 chance for blues Try them yourself Only 25c at Perry Thomas 1m Why Country Editors Get Rich The man who penned this current piece of history knows what he is talking about The Monoa Index says truthfully After a great deal of study and worry we have at last ffggered out whyso many country editors get rich Here is the secret of their success A child is born in time neighborhood the attending physician gets SlOj the editor gives the loudlung youngster and the happy par entsa send off and gets SO It is christened and the minister gets S5 and the editor gets SOO It grows up and marries the editor publishes another longwinded flowery article and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful and ac complished bride The minister gets SIO and a piece of cake and the editor gets 000 In the course of time it dies and the doctor gets from S5 to SlOO the minister perhaps gets another five the under taker gets from 50 to SlOO the editor publishes notice of death and obituary two col umns long lodge and society resolutions a lot of poetry and a free card of thanks and gets0000 No wonder so many country editors get rich A grave diggers union at Chicago last week held up the burial of the dead in one 6f the public cemeteries pending the settlement of wage question At San Francisco a carriage drivers union topped a funeral procession and made a nonunion driver get down from his seat The oach driver union at Trenton has forbidden Sunday funerals weddings and chris- teningS after September 7 Thus the ceremonies attend ing the coming into the world the living in it and goingout jf it are to be regulated by organized labor i i Oldest Baptist Minister in Kentucky This venerable preacher Rev David Bruner now in his ninetysecond year has lately come to Harrodsburg daysIis a native of coun ty born in 1813 He was an orphan boy and was raised by Michael Horn and wife and came with them to Mercer county to live at the age of seveneightyfive years ago and has since made his home chiefly in this county though living occasionally for short periods in Washington county He is the father of ten child ren eight of whom are living He has fortytwo grandchildren thirtythree great grand children and one greatgreat grandchild He was ordained a Baptist minister in 1842 in Washington county Revs Joel Gordon S S Cook and Willis Peck officiating upon that to him eventful occasion He had the misfortune to lose his residence and his personal effects by fire and amongst the latter was his journal but he retained a vivid recollection of events however and informed the Democrat that during his ministry he had baptized 3300 converts and married 2500 couplesHar rodsburg Democrat Henry L Shattuck of Shellsbnrg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afflicted for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He has previously tried many other remedied and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m Good Advice Beware how you speak of a womans character Think how many years she has been building it of the toils and privations endured The pur ity of woman is the salvation of the race and hope of future greatness and the re demption of man Wipe out her purity and man sinks beneath the wave of dispair with not a star to guide his life into a channel of safety Think then before you speak and remember that any hog can root up the fair est flower that ever grew so the vilest can ruin the purest characterEx The farmer is IT in this country He builds the cities the railroads and the factories and the telephones and sup ports them all He makes the land blossom as the rose In the past four years the plow has made all the prosperity that has come to all classes of people During the year of 1891 he exported 952000000 worth of products In other words after feeding the na tions he put in circulation by his toil a volume of money gathered from what he sold across the Water equal to half the entire money issue of the nation And dear farmer of HarrisOn county Ky how many of those millions of dol lars have you been able to lay aside Mighty good fellow and prosperity depends on you but the fellows who clip coupons get the money Cyn thiana Democrat A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on receipt of- fl One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READID1- SRichmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Denr Sir L have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4dec ly JOHN A RIDDEE From a barrel of seed po tatoes and a one inch hdver tisement in a newspaper a Michigan seed company has grown to a business of S200 000 a year in the course of six years The barrel of sweet potatoes was essential as the stock of the concern but no more necessary than was the oneinch advertise ment according to the statement of the establishment He has increased his adver iiseingat the same ratio as tlfe stock Allvertishlgpays If DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE lkfcuxck Cttmac VDovks o 1o vson irop n ON WITH THE NEW BUILDING p1 Out With the Goods on Every Floor I I As the work progresses on our Main Street Store we are doub largedepartments Goods Marked DOWN At the commencement of our Great Removal Sale but which did not move fast enough to suit us have been marked down again and far below Actual Values for the situation and prevailing condition demand we must CLOSE EA1 OUT even at a sacrifice The crowds that come day after day buy and tell the tale Come tomorrow then Our Great Removal Sale will be renewed with better and JlV BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER OUR FALL STOCK Has already begun to come in and we are showing many new things in Dress Goods that have just been opened We shall include all these in the sale as we dont want to move them Grasp the opportunity to buy anything you want now or think you will want for faIl This sale will only last until September J Dont delay and then say you forgot to come or intended toj come but come now Come at once Come while you can get a chance at the entire stock t to to to t M W D OLDflM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS- ATTOllTETfl RW MILLER ATTORSKTATLAW RICHMOND KBNTOCIT Office R the Burnara Building next door to armeis National Bank lebSly 8 StrIjIjIVA tq J ATTORNEYATLAWI Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JCDMOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY BSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drag store PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the 10e CciUni building and so Sec end Street orei White old drucitore 27 H C JASP3R M D Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building MainStreeU telephone at residence the Carr place on IJroadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUROERT tIT DXTt e koor DB3TIS- LOUISVILLE KY WOfflce next door Government Building ttchmSnd Ky omce iiourss to 1J1 to BOT171T Harry M Blanton DENTIST 49 Office in Bennett JJulldlngI JlnJyTELEP ONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday August 131902 E O VaNce L 0 rsEOYaceD O pathicPhysiciansII CONSULTATION FREt rdultH Southern School pt QMbeVMltr- i II NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice Thurman Grocery Co ljantf DEAL A- Te9ewo 000 Hurst BrosllDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in rl Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuraIls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE- of 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 Re- pstHURSTPHONE t7 BROS rrFOR Photographs Of the lIighest Order 1hVisitnEler Art i11cy lOur work has taken First Prize at different Slate ConventIons apr2SSmo 9 IF L SPENGLER ojr non Bt Lexington Ky IR Subscriber for of + The Richmond Climax 1 I OnIY1tOOaYearr 7J i iirLiiI w F i r ir I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I = = VOLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 1902 NUMBER 13 you Will be called into service as Spring is here Why not a new one and make the water more inviting hen there is your Id t tWITH out Get an O K Freezer and you will nruT regret the money Wilt Anil last but not least d nt forget thatwe sell t hfst Stoves on earth R K Jewell Stoves ami Ranges will solve will buy clean e Screen Doors Come and get one of our to keep weeds of your They are best on earth Main Street W KY Vr have received and opened up our stock of goods ml rII to citizens of Madison our fl s to visit STORE where will be found F uv of goods at prices unheard of in Cen in Madison county Below n t a of our many s s 10 to Lt HS 10 rr s nJ trains iicIa slaves r T vurd- rubbersni 4c per dozen e s 2Sc pur je per set Ur- rated complete dinner t s u iuccrs ol per set The Wonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe Best Made byicethe ice question and save money for Water Coolers soon sparkling Freezer Also Makeand Windows BROWN CULTIVATORS the out corn the SnACKERFORD CO9 RICHMOND he Racket Store extend the and adjoining the RACKET heretofore r1ltlhy and especially und few bargains T10025- dozen Galvanized wash tubs 50 to C5c- l ucgv whips 10 20 and 25c Web halters 18u Halter leads Sc Floor mops 12inch 15c 14inch lie 10inch 19c Monkey wrenches 25 to 35o Stap hinges 4 to 13c Chamois for ladles gloves lOc Ribbons from Ic to The per yard Laces embroideries to 12c per yd Ladles white aprons 10 12 and 15c Seam braid 45 bolt WE ALSO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL Line of Water Sets r and complete line of Hardware Granite Tinware Sj r Tackle etc and hundreds of other articles which- p rbids us to mention If you will give the Racket t a call examine OUt stock of goods and get prices we re suro to add you toour list of customers We shall at all im s mdeavor to please our patrons and again ask that you IV s a call and examine our goods before purchasing lsr f reo SUIT BRATTONOpposite Blue Grass Grocery hUN STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our IWE splendid nssortmcntof + 4 ++ 4+4 t + + +++++ ++++++ ++++ 4+ + J FURNITURE i 4 + + + ++ + ++ 4+++++++ which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristlinjr with Hhdry selections To properly celebrate the season YOU probably desire Boroo new piece We have new Chairs Tables Buffet China CabinetsSideBoards everything suitable for the Dining Itoom Iron Bciis full stock has just reached us- Library and Center Tables in variety and beautiful workmanship Ladies Desks best bargains over offered Rockers any style you may wwh Couches v ery latest deslgts See the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Rug + ++++++4 +++ + ++ + +4+4 + +++ 4 + + t t i jo s JOPLIN i- t+ 220222 W Main Streeti+4 H+ ++++++Undertaking a SpeciaityEmbalmerand Dir- ectorLR Jr Blanton DEALER IN Coal FeedSaIt and lAmz cement Plaster Hair Etc r Corner M4 and B Suited l rP11ODC8 ii TELEPHONE LANGUAGE A Form of Rudeness That Might be Corrected Why is it that men and womeiiijpersist in using lan guage J over the telephone which is not permissible un der olher vircurnstances asked a man who is a stickler for good form in all the walks and relations of life It is a curious fact that men and women will say things to each other and ask questions over the telephone which under other Circumstances would not be allowable Really they would not think about saying such things Suppose a man for instance would walk up to the front door ring the belland when the woman of the house appeared he should ask Who are you what do you think the woman would say What would you say to the man who called you out from a cozy corner in your home just simply to find out who you are Why you would feel like booting him over the fence and no man would blame you for it Most men would feel the same way under similar circumstances Yet weallow men and women to do this very thing when it comes to speaking over the phoneWhen a man calls at a strange place he is generally polite enough to ask if Mr Soand So lives at the place or if Mr Soand So is in or somethingof that sort He would not think of asking the man who he was But mark the difference when it comes to using the telephone Who is that a fellow wilF shrick when the call is answered Now I object to this sort of thing It doesnt sound exactly right from the way I look at things Who is that The practice is positively vulgar and when a man hurls the question at me he gener ally gets a sharp answer ancl one which means it is none of his business particularly and I am not particularly polite in my way of reminding him of the fact Why do men and women persist masking Who is that Why cant they have the decency to ask what number it is or whether this is Mr Soand So or some other question which would at least approximate the de cencies of the occasion The mere fact that a man is talking over the telephone does not give him the right to override the little niceties which are usually observed in conversation So far as I am concerned I object to the iberty and I have a quarrel nearly every day on occount of the practice Who is that Well I really lose my temper when I think of it and it is in my opinion dis tinctly and thoroughly un gentjemauly impertinent and several other things which may not be mentioned in polite society Who is that Think of it It is a lowdown piece of vulgarity and then and women ought to quit us ing the expression A wise wife feeds her husband before asking fox money THE THIEF OF BEAUTY Its Captured by Bradfields Regulator Thousands of women are awaking to the fact that inherited comliness has been stolen and instead of glowing cheeks and bright eyes the telltale wrinkica of pain have taken their place These arc the warning feelings Weak and tired in the morning no life to enter upon their former pleasures irritable cross dull headaches dispirited feeling rfeepless nights cold feet bear down these indicate derangedand weakencaorgans and exhlustedenergies follow the ened condition of the female organsas surely a1 night follows day Save your self from worse results by tak- ingBRADFIELDS FemaleThcMiostinvigoratingmenstrualreguIator In tliewjbrld It or nienstratlCa BeautyIuoUtause Oidruggistsfi Pwfectrfotthfor W free rIID II T9tAnHt41 u lII 5 280000 JUDGMENT In a Suiting Lands In AndersonElCountySurvey In the spring of 1812 Ralph Phillips who was the guar dian for his nephew Gideon Dehart sold about 14000 acres of land in Anderson county and it is said that he Appropriated the proceeds to his own use This land lies in the Western part of this county on the north side of Salt river and extends about eight miles up the river The original tract contain ed something over 16380 acres Phillips subdivided the land and sold all but 2 300 acres A short time ago the heirs of Mrs Mary T Halsey who was n daughter of Mr De hart uud who now resides in Los Augclos Cal brought suit against the Phillips heirs to recover the amount for which Phillips sold the 14 000 acres of land The Phillips family resides in the State of New Jersey where this suit was brought Re cently a judgment was given in favor of the Halsey heirs for S20 per acre for the above mentioned land making the judgment amount to about 280000When the time for the final settlement came the defend ants disputed the number of acres in the tract and asur vey was ordered T J Leath ers County Suaveyer will begin work in a few days The property in dispute contains some of the finest land in this county The Phillips are said to belong to one of the wealthiest families in New Jersey Look Pleasant Please Photographer O C Harlan of Eaton 0 can do so now though for years lie couldnt because lie suffered untold indigestionfailed to help him till ho tried Electric Bitters which worked such wonders for him that he declares they are a god send to sufferers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles Unrivaled for die seases of the Stomach Liver and Kid neys they build up and give new life to the whole system Try them On ly 50c Guaranteed by Perry Thom as druggist Itn A Fossil Quarry One of the strangest quar ries in the world exists near the town of Kemmerer Wy oming at an elevation of eight thousand two hundred feet above sea level This quarry is worked by hand no blasting being premitted owing to the fragile nature of its output The latter con sists solely of fossils mostly those of a few varieties of fish n operation the shale is split into slabs broken with sledge hammers and thrown over the bank by hand When slabs contain ing the specimnesare cut and taken out they are very moist and have to be dried out to about one third of their orig inal weight After the dry ing has preceded far enough to permit of the easy manipu lation of the material the fossils are carefully cleaned by means of special tools de vised for the purpose Many of these fish fossils are ex ceedingly beautifnl every bone being plainly shown in the outline They rank as the finest specimens of fossil fishes yet discovered Cures Eczema Itching Hu mors Pimples and Car buncles Costs Noth ing to Try V B II Botanic Blood Balm is now recognized as a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching bones or joints boils carbnn cles prickling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm taken interns cures the worst and most deep seated cases by enrich ing purilvingawl vitalizing the blood supplytotho 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 up the broken down bodand makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised Tor chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and advice sent in sealed let ter1mHe who loves and runs away can fig urn in a breach of promise suit some day Shatters All Records Twice In hospital FAA Gtalledge Verbena Ala paid a vast sum to doC- tors tY cure a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors Whea all failed Bucklens Arnlca Salve soon CUred him Subdues IsiMMtkMi con q rsAchM kills PaLe tslv- hi the world 2OOM Pewjr A XhewM druf store Im M Tehinyc ifJdoesntgaill i Scotts Emulsion is the best food and medicine 5 5 for teething babies They Z g gain from the start 5 saniptel rf JJC9tS lcul Street New York joe and sroofalt druggists re 1IoiP= The Town Kicker The Kickers on the farm ate not as hard to get along with as the kickers in the town On the farm there are the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule while in town there is the old moss back who is opposed to let tinn his business be kncwn through the local press and who wants all the privileges of municipal living without paying for them and block so far as he can every muni cipal improvement Whereas we have no one who wishes to profit by starting an enterprise to encour age the people who are com ing here daily and investing their money to develop the country and town We must insist on these goodeasygo ing kind of people who are satisfied with just what may happen to not kick because our bakeryman stays in his place of business on Sunday to accommodate you You must remember it is an en terprise that you would not undertake and if our livery man furnishes you a rig on Sunday dont say that such should not be allowed in this good and saintly place where you can find hundreds of things happening that is of no profit to our town or our country Men of capital are not going to invest their money when they cannot even buy accommodations because they are prohibited by a town law The cow may be sold for beef andthe mule traded for a shotgun but nothing but a funeralwill get rid ofa town kicker Just Look at Her stepfaiiltlesssktnstalling face She looks Rood feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Resultall- OraIIa active digestion good no head aches 10 chance for blues Try th jm yourself Only 25c at Perry Thomas lm Why Country Editors Get Rich The man who penned this current piece of history knows what he is talking about The Monoa Index says truthfully After a great deal of study and worry we have at last ffggered out why so many country editors get rich Here is the secret ot their success A child is born in the neighborhood the attending physician gets 10 the editor gives the loudlung youngster and the happy par entsa send off and gets 0 Xt is christened and the min iuter gets 5and the editor gets 00 It grows up and marries the editor publishes another longwinded flowery article and tells a dozen lies about the beautiful and ac complished bride The min iu tel gets S10 and a piece of cake and the editor gets 000 In the course of time it dies and the doctor gets from 5 to 100 the minister perhaps gets another five the under taker gets from 50 to 100 tae editor publishes notice of death and obituary two col umns long lodge and society resolutions a lot of poetry and a free card of thanks and getsSOOOO No wonder so niany country editors get rjch A grave diggers union at iieago last week held up the burial of the dead in one penci4igquestion At San Francisco carriage drivers union tOjpCd a funeralproces ion Endmade a nonUl11on et down from his seat The soach driver union at Tren lon has forbidden Sunday unerals weddings and chris enings after September 7 rhus the ceremonies attend ng the coming into the world he living in it ald goingout if it are to be regulated by iganiztX11abor Oldest Baptist Minister in Kentucky This venerable preacher Rev David Bruner now in his ninetysecond year has lately come to Harrodsburg to spend his remaining days with his son and family He is a native of Jessaminecoun- ty born in 1811 He was an orphan boy and was raised by Michael Horn and wife and came with them to Mercer county to live at the age of seveneightyfive years ago and has since made his home chiefly in this county though living occasionally for short periods in Washington county He is the father of ten child ren eight of whom are living He has fortytwo grandchildren thirtythree great grand children and one greatgreat grandchild He was ordained a Baptist minister in 1842 in Washington county Revs Joel Gordon S S Cook and Willis Peck officiating upon that tohim eventful occasion He had the misfortune to lose his residence and his personal effects by fire and amongst the latter was his journal but he retained a yivid recollec Lion of events however and informed the Democrat that during his ministry he had baptized 3300 converts and married 2500 couplesHar rodsburg Democrat Henry Ii Shattuck of Shellsburg Iowa was cured of a stomach trouble with which he had been afillcteil for years by four boxes of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets He lias previously tried many other remedied and a number of physicians without relief For sale by Stockton Ha gan 1m Good Advice Beware how you speak of a womans character Think how many years she has been building it of the toils and privations endured The purity of woman is the salvation of the race and hope of future greatness and the re demption of man Wipe out her purity and man sinks beneath the wave of dispair with not a star to guide his life into a channel of safety Think then before you speak and remember that any hog can root up the fair est flower that ever grew so the vilest can ruin the purest character Ex The farmer is IT in this country He builds the cities the railroads and the factories and the telephones and sup ports them all He makes the land blossom as the rose In the past four years the plow has made all the prosperity that has come to all classes of people During the year of 1891 he exported 952000000 worth of products In other words after feeding the na tions he put in circulation by his toil a volume of money gathered from what he sold across the Water equal to half the entire money issue of the nation And dear farmer of HarrisOn county Ky how manyof those millions of dol lars have you been able to lay aside Mighty good fellow and prosperity depends on you but the fellows who clip coupons get the money Cyn thiana Democrat A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT U1SCOVEUY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes semialemissionsweakandlamebackrheuLnatism the kidneys and bladder in both men andwomen regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug eist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above- mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Lotus Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ Tills Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Bio Dear Sir 1 have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it today I weigh 17C pounds and Ifeel betterthan I have in twenty years anti I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully ltlocly Join A RiDDEn From a barrel of seed po tatoes and a one inch Adver tisement in a newspaper a Michigan seed company has grown to tI business of S200 000 a year in the course of six years The barrel of sweet potatoes was essential as the stock of the concern but no more necessary than was the oneinch advertise ment according to the statement of the establishment He has increased his adver tiaeingafc the same ratio as th tock AJJveriwiijg pays u j DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE Tfoxvuck Carnage MDorks o 0050 TO ON WITH THE l1EW BUILDING R cut With the floods on Every Floor As the work progresses on our Main Street Store we are doub ling our efforts to close out stock on hand in each one ofour large departments in order to save the expense of moving them Goods MarkedDOWN 1 At the commencement of our Great Removal Sale but which did not move fast enough to suit us have been marked down again and far below Actual Values for the situation and prevailing condition demand we must CLOSE EM OUT even at a sacrifice i Th crowds that come day after day buy and tell the tale Come tomorrow then Our Great Removal Sale will be renewed with better and BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER OUR FALL STOCK Hat already begun to come in and we are showing many new things in Dress Goods that have just been opened We shall include all these in the sale as we dont want to move them Grasp the opportunity to buy anything you want now or think you will wanj for fall This sale will only last until September J Dont delay and then say you forgot to come or intend ed tOJ come but come now Come at once Come while you can get a chance at the entire stock f I to 10 WeII OLIJ11AM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBHETATLAW RlCHUOfD KENTUcKY ODice B the Burnam Building next door to arniers National Bank feb3Iy S tVAN- JA ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflitjo over State Bank Trust Co op posite Curt House on Main Street JODMOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOSD KENTUCKY SSTOffico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OJBce In John Bennetts old law office ove Perry S Thomas drug store PSTSIQIANS DKS GIBSON GIBSON PJIYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OLce In th toe Cclins building iS and to Sec ond Street over White old drueitore 27 3L C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery lfhcePratbcr Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Droada y ZUIIMONDKENTUCKY W EVANS W D PHYSICIAN AND SDKQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJSGEST 0it iQaXTVae S ctoscm JlBlnIBT or LociavttxB KY a IOfflce nut door to Government Building icamSndKy Omce iiours9 to Ul to JYJ7Jy Harry M Blanton DENTISTi i 3Offlce in Bennett Building 1jly TELEPHONE IM r DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Ve bie day August 13im c 11 isBIYaftce11 iDsteopathkPhysicians Stale XBBk k Tret Mc 1 trtur faraMwd cm pHi i 1OONUt7 I TIOII liool c1 FU O- VbpiI j NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married- at last e Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThurman t Grocery Co jantf DEAL ATHurst BrosllDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in Iwe Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others 0 everuralls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Timvaro ofaall 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 tamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE J7 HURST BROS rrFO- RPhotographs A Of the Highest Order j Visit theJSIIDEr Arl GililrY 1 Our work has Uken First Prlia at different State Conventions f J prt3 amoyU R J SPENGLER AI arl Lexington lyin iIth L + a Trr 1T7 II n The Richmond Climax L J C CHENAULT President A D MILLEH Manager ftOBT 8 CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY AUG 20 1902 rUBLIUUKl ZVEBY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce nON O G niLUKHT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from this the Eighth Congressional JJistrlct subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE nj a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN It 1IHECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court suoject to the action of the Democratic party hereby announce myself as a candidate frthe nomination for Clerk of the Madison CIr- cuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friend in the vast favorably consider any cUIcn that I may have to the nomination and If Dom- Inated I promise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have In the put to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors iRespectfully 8 H THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D lUTE of Whites Station as a candidate for Uerk of the Madison Clrcut Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE Hon Henry Watterson has issued a card in which he declines to enter the race for Governor Thursdays Courier Journal contains an editorial over his own signature in which he says in part I think I know the Demo crats of Kentucky well They are a cranky lot but I am something of a crank myself They will give me credit at least for paddling my own canoe Whether in the mat ter of 1896 they were rightor I was right all of us paid the penalty If they were right they whipped me and as on acer linoccasion old Sam Houston observed they whipped me good That ought to sat isfy them If I was right and they whipped me wrongly Heaven knows I forgive them Many things have happened since then Many things are likely to happen before the end of the chapter In my ap pointed sphere and place I shall endeavor to lead as II have always led with the fear of God before me answerable at all times only tO God and imr own conscience Preferment is not for me Brought to the point where I must look the situation full in the eye I am appalled by the conditions which the successful candidate for office must needs meet and over come the rogues and cheats he must court or cozen the servility he must affect or pratice the obligation incur the personal solicitation igno ble and humiliating the use of money more or less corrupt and corrupting for though he have an overwhelming ma j ority of the people at his back there stands the machine first to be captured and then to be deployed with all thatthis im plies L rIBrowerCoJ LEXINGTON KY Ie Are Such Stiff As km Are Made fJJ Ostermoor Elastic Felt Mattresses Are made from rare species of cotton having unusually long thick fibers hay ing great strength and resiliency The raw material is loosely picked apart thoroughly worked beaten and lapped forming thick sheets that undergo a most vigorous mechanical treatment It is then submitted to the Bterelizing process A Mattress made from such a filling In a marvel So absolutely pure as to ha sanitary perfect so clean that im purities are repelled and possessing an endurance and longevity without tile tightest care attention or expense year after thattn seem incredulous to those uot acquainted with its wonderful uterus We aro the sole agents for Central Kentucky for thiR wonderful Mattress Wu carry a large stock of them in va rims sizes and will be glad to show you the interior as illustrated in our sampleMattress Our prices on these Mjttresse3 are exactly the same as those made by the factory in New YurkThcyare guaranteed to be producers of Sleep Full of Rest From Head to Foot Price 15 CFiBrowerCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Yi- thly j Ii WiJ 111 hadiaeither to the character or the efficacy of machine methods Nor do I lack some points of vantage in case I wanted to construct a machine for my own purpose But nounclean dollar chas ever passed my hand either coming or going and I am too old to turn rascal Sometimes I have declared that I should like the people to write Governor of Kentucky on my tombstone But I should ill in g Sravepicion of stain upon a letter of that honorable epitaph THE committee on Legisla tion appointed at the Teachers Institute held recently in this city submitted resolutions offering some valuable suggestions which may result n much good to the teachers The committee recommended that the county be made the basis of taxation for the raising of school funds to repair furnish build and purchase sites for school buildings that the thirdclass certificate be abolished that the first class certificate be valid in any county in the State that the term of the institute be lengthened to two weeks and that the cost of instruction be sustained by the State that vocal music be added to the common school curricu lum The committee also favors the magisterial trustee system That is that three salaried trustees be elected from each magisterial district who shall have entire control over all the schools in the district It is a pity indeed that Proctor Knott could not live to see the present condition of his zenith city of the un salted seas The engineer in charge at Duluth in his lat est report says that the ton nage of that harbor is now ex ceeded by that of but three ports in the United States New York Philadelphia and Boston TheProvidene Jour nalThe Journal seems to think that Gov Knott is dead but he is not He has been resid ing in Danville for several years past A GENTLEMAN from Indi ana some forty years ago loan ed 50 to Maj William Conklin of the seventyfirst Indiana Cavalry Major Conklin was killed in the battle near this city which occured August 30 1862As the money was never re turned the gentleman from Indiana now writes the War Department requesting that the 50 be paid with interest In view of the fact that the gentleman hails from Indiana we feel safe in savinjr that he getit At the Fair Every horseman in the county is proud of the fine showing made by Madison county horses at the Lexing ton fair last week There were some good ones there and when our good ones go after the prizes the world cant beat them Among those that repre sented Madison county was Bales Azbills famous saddle stallion Verdict Verdict was sired by Cerro Gordo and has been voted by competent judges as one of the greatest horses in the coun try He was shown in two rings the fouryearold stallion ring and the ring for stallions any age and was a win ner in both Mat S Cohens handsome show geld ing Jack OVDiamonds made quite a sensation Mr Cohen has made twelve shows with him during the season and has never been beaten Before the fair closed Mr Cohen sold Jack ODiainonds to Mr Jack Spratley of New York for 2250 Dr Hockadays threeyearold stallion Rex Peavine sired by Rex Mc Donald also attracted much attention Rex Pe vlne has taken a number of premiums this year At Lexington ho- was first in the threeycarold ring and secured second in the ring for stallions any age Resolutions of Thanks The committee appointed at the Teachers Institute recently held here submitted the following report KESOLVED 1 That the thanks of the institute be and are hereby tendered the Board of Education for the use of Caldwell ugh School building in which to hold its session 2 That we tender our thanks to Miss Mary Miller organist and others for music furnished 3 That we tender our thanks to Misses Ora Hendren and Emma Todd Secretary antI assistant Secretary respectively for their efficient services 4 That we appreciate the interest manifested by Profs Brock Noland and other members of the faculty of Caldweld High School who were in attendance 5 That we appreciate the most ex cellent and instructive talk on the sub ject of music given by Mrs G W Pickets and that we offer our most sincere gratitude to Mr Boucher of theYMC A for his beautiful talk and hope that his life may ever be full sunshine and happiness 0 That it is with feelings of deep regret that we learn that DrL G Barbour is going to remove from our midst In him the teachers of Madi son county have for the past quarter of a century found a well tried true anti sympathetic friend fully in touch with the best interests of education We desire to publicly express our y jr z DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache JaueysJllac14er aeheHeartDlseaaeGra vel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There Is a rare for you It necessary write IJrlcnncr 110 hu spent II life time curing just lIucb cases as yours All consultations Dr Fennera Kidney and Backacbo Cure Is the causo of belug alive today I had weigh 1iW 5KUj3cOGINf Olive Furnace 0 Druggists 5Oc11 Ask for Cook Book Free STYITUSDANCE CURE torIealand Sure Cure Circular Dr Fonner FredonlaNY high regard for his helpfulness to all of us with whom lie has been for any length of time associated and it is further our will the county Superintendent J W Wagers appoint a com mittee of three to wait upon Dr Jar bour and present him with a copy of these resolutionst7 Whereas it has pleased Diviner Providence to call from their parents families friends and fields of labor just when the bloom of life was so sweet and so fruitful Misses Relda Baxter and Stella Duncan we hereby express our deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to those left behind and only console ourselves with the assur ance that their coronation was wit nessed by the heavenly hosts around the great white throne 8 That the Institute extend to Prof J C Willis our thanks for the very able and efficient manner in which he has conducted our Institute It is further resolved that in as much as he has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the teachers of Madison county that he is ill full sympathy and hearty cooperation with every move ment which tends to the improvement and elevation of common schools of Kentucky we hope that it may at some time be our good fortune and pleasure as well to again listen to his able instruction as conductor of our Institute- J B Harris Chairman J W Moore JW Van Winkle Mrs M H Berry Commi- tteeRELIOIOU The members of the Methodist church of this city at a recent cjjngre gational meeting decided to make this church a seperate station so that in the future the pastor will devote his entire time to this work Heretofore the pastor has divided his time between this church and Providence near Fox town preaching to each two Sundays in the month Hereafter there will be preaching here ever Sunday Rev A J Tribble will preach at the East End Christian Church next Sun day afternoon at four oclock Pastor W H liyals has been voted a vacation until the first Sunday in September He appreciates the kind ness ot the church but will not be able to do much resting on account of meet ings in the county Dr G W Young of Georgetown who is now employed in the temper ance work will hold a union meeting at the Court House next Sunday night for the temperance cause It is earn estly requested that all who can to come out to hear him on that occasion Dr Young is one of the most popular pastors who own lived here and all his friends will be glad to welcome him again BIRTHS To Mr and Mrs E W Rugg of Cincinnati Thursday August 14 a daughter who will be christened Elizabeth MATRIMONIALAlbert and Miss Amanda Ashcraft of Estill county were married last Thursday in JudgeNDEATHS WAOEnsLouise Dudley the two yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Jonah Wagers of Estill county died at the residence of Mr Jas Cosby in this city Friday night after a lingering ill ness The burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Saturday 1Y M C A NOTES i +++444eo4++444 + 4 Mr James J Neale will lead the meeting next Sunday afternoon LastSundays meeting was conducted by Mr 0 A Lawton his topic being The Holy Spirit the Inspirer and Rev aler of Gods Truth It was an in teresting service and the attendance was good The following figures show the growth of the association work in Ken tucky during the last ten years 1891 1001 Associations Departments 18 53 Membership 1825 5561 Associations owningBnildinga 5 Amount paid out fqr currrent expenses 510674 55032 Value of Association Equipment 20382 172839 Number of Paid Employes 11 38 Number of Gymnasiums 2 10 Number of Educational Classes 4 31 Number of Practical Talks and Lectures 37 163 Number of Social Gatherings 79 Daily average Attendence at rooms 434 1560 Number Bible Class Ses sions 120 802 Total AttendanceBible Classes 1050 0933 Number Religions Meetings men only 586 1SU Total AttendauceReliltlous Meetings 16236 76619 Professed Conversions 46 445 United with Churches No record 207 Expenses of State Com mittee 3131 9167 New Sawmill tryfarmber that I know of in the county Ii 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 Iwill probably cut only 50000 or 00000 fet for the market Can fill bills for cattle tobacco barns and other build ings JOHN D GOOULOB 6au4t White8 Station Ky If the workman in a wagon fac lory j were wostea the tongues 1gmtwg KIRKSVILLK Mr William Hendren near town is quite sick of malarial fever Pref Secrest has beeu called to Vaddyhis old hotnoon important business Mrs Alice Fans sold to J B Walker of this place 17 hogs at 700 per hun dred Mrs Elkin of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs J P Simmons nearS hereMr A A Trowle of this place has been confined to his bed for some time Raymond Hendren is improving nicely His physician thinks he will soon be out agaIntA small child of Henry Hume had its hand almost cnt off Saturday An older brother was chopping wood when the child accidentally got his hand in the way receiving the stroke across the wrist A great dealof excitement was caused in this section last week over a wild woman who was seen several mes near Cottonburg She would un from place to place and hide behind trees and it was impossible to get in speaking distance of her She finally escaped and no trace of her has over been found The protracted meeting at time Kirks ville Baptist church closed Sunday at Masons Mill where the ordinance of Baptism was administered to thir teen converts Brother Dawes greatly endeared himself to the community and the meeting at each service was well attended It was a real old fash ioned revival thirty one additions being added to thechurch Most people try topalm oft ignorance for innocence Deafness Cannot Oe Cured by local applications as they cannot reach time diseased poition of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eu stachian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are nothinibutcous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any caso of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars frea F J CIIESEV Co Toledo 0 Sold bv druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best There is no pleasure like the pleas uye of avoiding pain- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a worldwide reputation for its cures It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m The way to love a woman her way is to love her no other womans way Why Take Any Chances with some new and untried medicine for such serious troubles as diarrhoea cramps dysentery when you should centuryPainkillerLook out for imitations there is only one genuine Perry Davis Tin man cant take a kiss from a pretty girl the next best thing to do is to give her one Every Healthy Boy likes to get himself into places of dan ger Hence bruises strains and sprains botItieit on the injured spots with an energy and frequency depending on seri nothinhikePorrvDavisThe less a man knows abont women the more suspects they know about him A YOUNG LADYS LIFE SAVED At Panama Columbia by Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy Dr Chas H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Columbia in a re cent letter states Last March I hall as a patient a young lady sixteen years ofdysenteryfor her proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour Her par hadbecometurn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for tnt ColicCholeraas a last resort prescribed it The most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours she was feeling much bet uponherwile entirely well For sale by Stockton Hagan lm If a man is able to make a bluff at crying a woman will forgivehim every thtng For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thnrinan Grocery Co tl Dr Hobson dentist next dooi to Government building tf Richmond Ky lmt A Knights Templar charm engraved CommanderyLeavo may tf G W EVANS For Sale Our valuable family horse also harness and surrey For terms apply Lo MISSES C F aud E G BARBOUK 4au3t Fcr Sale I offer for sale my residence on High street TAt is 90 x220 ft with newjsta buildingslousoen all in cood repair andwill be sold at abargaintf Mrs Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at E V Elders Store For 30 days we offer our entire stock of clothing shoes carpets dry goods millinery mattings notions etc at cost Now is the time to get bargains Our loss your gain Respectfully tf EV Elder The Lif A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low round trip rates to all stations tf For Sate I have for sale a registered Poland China boar sure and good breeder Also an extra flue mitch cow with bull calf 2t G J White ArSon Esuay Cow Strayed from my place on July 25 a pale red cow about six years old with large white spot running from hip to flank Onoside of bag is larger than paidforJames Rowlett 2t Whites Station Ky j r i We sell the1 best bread in Richmond Hii ginS Ellis dealers in Stapfe and Fancy Groceries No 221 Wf Main street Richmond Kentucky Agents for HautierCramer Baking Compacy Lexington Kentucky Mothers Bread alt Rising Bread Have S L Mltllad to repair your old vehicles and inuko them good as new tf 5 L Midkilf snakes a specialty of putting on rubber tires Give him a ilal order itt SoI Midkift can supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are alwoyi right Give him a call If My stock of Jewelry cut glass etewRS never Inure complete than nor and my prices will please every bodyaprSO tf L E LANE If jour watches clocks or in fact anything In this line needs 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 perpound IaN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr- Rave just received one ol the fin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras arId cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE j The custom of treating is foolish and vulgar if you are silt included in the Inflation Will Cure Stomach Ache in FIve Minutes This is just what Painkiller will do forinstantdealerdoesPerryDavisto make something to sell said to be just as good as the genuine The average man is kept so busy crit icising the faults of his neighbor that he has no time to correct his own Cure hot Cholera Infantum Last May says Mrs Curtis Baker of Bookwalter Ohio an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from chol era infantum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a but andDiarrhoea Joodiftwo days time the child had fully re covered and is stow nearly a year since a vigorous healthy girl IJiave recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fail itt any single Hagan instance For sale by Stocktoni Diogenes hunted fos an honest man years ago hut detectives are hunting for dishontest men All Were Saved For years I suffered such untold HJOlmnstollten I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was wholly forConsumptiontensely from Asthma till it cured her itisA trial will convince you its unrival ed for Throat and Lung diseases Guar anteed bottles flOe and 100 Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store lm Many a self made man finds that it takes a wife to make him happy Like Daisies Before the Scythe Baby lives are destroyed in summer ofthesometimes terribly rapid Mothers who DavisPainkillerhas checked the diarrhoea and vomit ofdangerSome mens appetites aro that they had rather drink than eat Woman is often referred to by man- doublingas hIs joys and halving his sorrows That may be complimen tary but it would seem to be rather plalntermsgoing well aith the man his wife makes them go better But when things are going ill with him he ex pects the wife to shnre half his burden And theres more truth than poetry in this presentation of masculine selfish ness Itleti dont appreciate the fact that the strain of motherhood alone is a burden bigger than all time loads that rest upon male shoulders They see time wife grow thin pale nervous and worn without a thought that she is pleasantlettersfrom husbands who have waked up crushingburdens DrPiercesative which has given back to the mother the health of the maiden and the maidens happiness Favorite Proscription always helps and ale perfectlycureddred women who have used it when afflicted with diseases peculiar to women Is anger an and to aerial navigation So many people fly mad you know NOTICE instGeosame properly verified with the Execu tor on or before October 1 1902 or same will be barred Persons indebt ed to tile estate are requested 10 settle at once PHIL L WILLGING 20au 4t Executor Public Sale Having decided jo go West I will premisesnear Saturday7September 6 1002 tIme following property One combined eadIe Pony 5years harnessHorse hlJhgradeyearling Steers and yearling Bull 50 handshlbreeders in Kentucky 1 surrey and road wagon with double and single set cf harness 1 farm WnJon Hinder liiscHarrowand other smaller farming tools Will alsooffer my of household and kitchen furniture Will rent to the Kjghestblddor the Farm Containing 260 Acres for the balauco of 1D02 and for the year 1903 IIaozier Red jffcxse Ky n l r September Days At Estill Springs +f9 ++ +++ + + + tAre the Finest of the Year Jj We are expecting a big month in September tHouse parties will be the order of the day r m14 cc emaIi Cccu bC cu5 J c- 1jUIr 2VJ J S 1 uceJ04- e oo a4 fi s For terms and other R KY DangerSignals Fine Music Delicious Fare GolfPing Pong- BovrIIng CQCIt cc information address W Thomas IRVINE Naturets Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone s the terrible danger realized It costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early helplater I have to refer the work to Oculist iI the eyes Inimost Intelligent+ + careful manner without 4 charge K glasses are 1 + needed can supply the correct lenses mounted 1 in any manner desired + I+ T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30l ly WALTERSCollegiate Institute +James T Barrett Principal Johns Hopkins University Robert F Hntchoon Associate HampdenSIdney College +A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study SplendidGeneral Prepares students for entrance in forhichiertions Offers these advantages CommonsenseCourse painstaking instruction by well qualified and experienced teachers Firm discipline Study hours in the school room under the personal supervision of the healthfulgroundsModern nasium Good Athletic Field Next Term opens September 3 Call on or address JAMES T BARRETT JnlyZZra RICHMOND KY Dissolution Notice The drug firm of Stockton Hagan was dissolved by mntual consent July 25 1902 Mr nagan 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 30J1U STOCKTON HAQAN ATLANTIC CITY EXCURSION Viz the Chesapeake ThuzdayAugust The last excursion of time season will be run to Atlantic City from Lexing pointsThursdaypeake Ohio Railway and Washing ton D C The round trip rate will be 14 from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterl i ing and correspondingly low rates will be made from other Central Kentucky pointsTickets will be good returning 12 days from date of sale and will permit stopovers at Philadelphia and Wash In ton on the return trip Through sleepers will be run from Lexington for which the berth rate will be 14 toNevositheof recreation and amusement can be besthotFull information and sleeping car appHeatfonD1vPassAget1 34 Lexinl Xyoj iT t 7 BEGINNING July 1st I WILL SELL FOR Ten Days 0 At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclock att Absolutely Cost The Following Goods Lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laces in white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den I ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook and Swiss Edges and Inserting Summer Corsets White Duck Skirts etc Calland see our Line and Purchase of the Bargains tt Isome EN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINGn z z 0E s We Overstocked Clothing Regardless of Manufacturers Cost Here is a chance to get good Clothing at Cheap Pricest IMPORTANT MOTHERS READ THIS Boys Suits Boys SlisGood allwool three piece suits 3 to 8 years We rI1 rft fz 0ft III Jj are Badly aes Mens Allwool Suits at 4il1 Mens Allwool Best Flannels at SIMens Allwool Suits at SIiIHI This is about the cost of the 500 Mens Linen Suts coat pants and vest Sl j v 149 ttt can KY t l i are arriving daily at our vast Emporium anti Etc In this line wo can please the most fastidioustastes and have a assortment toselectfrom If you will calland examine these goods stock and get prices you are sure to buy A complete has just been received and is now placed on know you have time latest up odate goods you at Is that what you want Iso trade with 1 7 wrilu 5 s- Bes Cassimere trimmings TO o 0 49c up to 700 togeihrareLOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON ftZ New hoods ofSpringGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions UnequaledisCoronationJJraldourreadymade Skirt Department o- fNewMatting worldselect Lowest Prices Lee Smitha 1oots OaVues Suits tttWe VII Af J1i t 0- pItt A1 rc i Jf- Q tI fJ Uor R fJ M 0 tI Rj4fl R l1J- n + fI1 Jf 1 n WT MT1e Richmond Climax SESDAY AUG 20 1002 Your city taxes are now Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector for sale privately my residence on t Main street Easy terms T S HAQAN uo 2t Irs Ja T flus will begin her sif das OU Monday Sept 1 at her IiI II reet au33tan Oilszi1 fity cents roun- dHiId Cincinnati and re- Illext s mJay via I N Tra- inesdItat3a m inI sieli y Irvine requests any I8 fncS who desire to secure cJI jj of liia tine Jacks to call at 1cd National Hank n202t Come Alone and Get It 111 wants u railroad why t f w up and gel one of Rich IISue morally jets anything wants from our Uicbmbnd neigh Lnrsler Record Teachers Association he first teacbura association of the r wiJ be held at Ruthton next Sat 8y An excellent program has h arranged and a good croWd is ex ted Every teacher who can should nd tl meetIng Cty Property Sold tIe R Bnrnam Adminietrator he estate of the late R X White the residence known as the White on Lancaster avenue last irsiy Mr E Tntt Burnam was piraSere the prico being 6500 We ave just received a car load ed rv which we are offering at theist rIce E DEATIIEBAGE Co Hunting rot Boys il Sy nor Associate Princi of he Ianvilie Va Military In if t as in the city Friday in in st cl his school Prof Sydnor sp at vi ral weeks in the State te fciIifred up a fine lot of boys ext fur Farm r en y Masters last week sold Oss Dclmuth farm near the Pond rd t EV C Schooler of Eden pr SCsOO The farm which xiis about sixty acres lies on thee Mill pike ind is considered one ieTct in that section Cbeaaolt r ii W Malone the VicePresf t tic Brush Creek railroad last k rep red the building of the road ri struts He has named the io ntflir end of tbo road Chen ii lar of Judge John C Chen las spent about ten years I Il f that section Cbenault s st in one of the liveliest towns lit1 c il region Hustling r r ciiT Laswell of Lexington Lgt1t for the Bell Company is ue Lilping Manager Fuqua to interests of the Richmond put tmpauy Tiiey are adding lruS to the directory every day esprit before long to double pre- sUcr They are working both ar1 anty in a systematic way sot subscribers will he greatly- e and without any additional A iiw directory will be leaned SI time Phaeton For Sale ilrstcoss phaeton in good condi er sail For particulars call at elliiynJon aug20tf Sues for Damages F r 1 kty Rice through his Attor M ssrs J Tevis Cobb and H C etv j has filed suit in the Circuit rtiit tIe Richmond Tele n aipany for 20000 for damages ivl wisilo ptnployeil by that com y It winter The injuries were lit J by falling from a telephone t liins Street The plaintiff 13 tat the fall injured one of hist badly and that for a time he n to walk Judge I10 Rice y Ei mans father has also filed tr fC2 for doctor bills They Cant Touch Him Li easter Recordpays the fol in CvnpHment to one of our popu licrsmen iK which is attracting much at it pst now is Donorsino owned lever Mat Cohenof Richmond He drstnut gelding four years old hz Js Liijh sired by Dorsey Gold t 1st cau by Sir Wallace This se 15 nrver been beaten He Is best galled saddle horse seen in- lie is being shown at Lexington week Mat has refused 2000 for i Gone to Danville Ir Fred L Grinstcnd formerly times Express Acent in this city has n transferred to Danville and left VeJiiesday to take charge of that CI Jsecuring Mr Grinstead mile scores another point against Rndwe lose a mighty good man Grnt stead has resided hero for soy years and was not only a very pop r Elk but was one of the most active iDSS men of the city Wherever may go le will be followed by the wishes of the scores of friends he le during the four years spent here Coal Men here Ir ij W Malone of Pittsburg Pa icf time heavy owners in the Brush ek Coal Company and President n H Jones of Pittsburg were In city seveJal days last week While e they took bids of the local con dors for a large number of miners uses which will be built at Brush eknext month Both gentlemen re much pleased with the prospects the company and highly compli cated Judge Chimanlt and his asso tes for their untiring labors and for orderly manner in which all the Iness is being conducted nand Officers Elected he Gand Lodge of Elks of time ited States in sessIon at Salt Lako ty elecled thu following officers and Exalted Ruler George F Cronk aims Grand Leading Knight W B ock Lexington Ky Grand Loyal lRht Judge A II Pickens Denver and Lecturing Knight Joseph E ning Anderson Ind Grand Sec SagInawichdvileJaGrand Tyler Cliaa aufman Hobotcon Grand Trustee D Oshea Boston Retiring Grand altod Ruler Pickett in his address ok a strong stand against street fairs d carnivals i Weel ItNIIf willcardany contgPerpound Fire at fce MIll About nine oclock Tuesday night a small blaze was discovered In a pile of saw dust at Myers planing mill The nightwatchmanbefore the Department arrived seedWeE DEATHEUXOE Co Looking For a Gooa Opening President J W McGarvcy Jr of Madison Institute has recently returned from a trip through the State in the interest of his school lie thinks time outlook is bright for a fine school this Lelrlever he went he could bear Madison Institute complimented and all the former patrons whom he saw seemed well pleased with the work done The people of the county In making ar rangements for their daughters should not forget the excellent advantages offered here at home Teachers Institute The colored teachers Institute was held last week in the Baptist church on Irvine street Prof Frank Williams of Louisville was the instructor and suLjectsdiscussed ing and profitable to all In attendance There were about forty teachers present including several from Estill county Every one on tho program respon cheerfully to the duties as signed Prof Dodge of Bereft was present several days and made some interesting talks to the teachers The open session was held Thursday night when an excellent program was ren dered Reforming Drunkards In dealing with plain drunks Judge Riley of the Lexington Police Court follows a plan that promises well for the cause of temperance When the one who is in the habit of indulging to excess In the flowing bowl is brought before him he assesses the usual fine and costs but suspends the penalty on condition that the offender take the temperance pledge in open court The proceedings are entered on recordand a violation of the pledge invokes the reinstatement of the old fine null the assessment of a new one Judge Riley has on these terms admin istered the solemn pledge to a number of old soaks on whom it appears to have the desired effect Sale of Tad Stock The CUMAX has recently turned out the handsome sale catalog ot Col I Shelby Irvines fine jack etock an nouncing the sale which will be held at the Madison County Stock Yards this city Tuesday October 14 The catalog will be sent to all the leading stock raisers in the United States and time sale will be the largest ever held In the county if not in the State Col Irvines breeding establishment is one of the most famous in tLe country and it is with feelings of regret that the stock men of the county see him go out of business He began in 1850 shortly after returning from college and his first stock was of a line that was old even then During the flftytwo years that he has continued In the business he has kept on improving his stock un til now his name iis known wherever fine stock may be found Lexington Cattle Sale Mr J F Cook manager of the Lexington Cattle Sale Company writes that their sale of last week which was advertised in the CLIMAX was highly successful Several Madison county buyers were on hand Fifty head of cattle averaged 109 per head Below we give some of the sales A J Alexandercow 250 T E Trimmelbull 210 J F Kelley Ohmiocow 225 C D Statelmyer Ind cow 185 E R Cleveland cow 145 A H Jewellcow 175 H P Hawkinscow 150 Hornsby Broscow 135 H P Hawkinsbull 155 E R Cleveland cow 135 C E Buttler cow 150 Dr W Millorcow 170 E AStivers cow 175 A H Jowell cow 125 WT Wardcow ICO September at Estill Spring Many of our friends think that September is our finest season io the mountains and all who have been our guests in that month are enthusiastic in their praise This year we have de cided to have a regular September sea son and to do all that untiring work can effect to make this month a special feature at Estill Fine music delicious fare and careful attentive service will be given Some charming people have already engaged rooms for September and we will encourage the giving of house parties We have one house party booked for as late as October In order to induce you to lend your nil to our plan of making September a redletter occasion we will make you a rate of S3 per week or will make a rate of 7 each for parties of five or more Should you decide to come we would advise the engagement of rooms as early as possible tf W B THOMAS Manager Will Collect Data The late legislature made provisions at the last session for the preparation and publication of the roster and mus ter rolls of all the Kentucky troops that did service in the Confederate Army Capt Ed Thompson of Frank fort has the work in charge and will gladly receive from any reliable source information bearing on this subject It is to be remembered that tilt collection of Confederate innstcr rolls captured when Richmond fell and now preserved in the Washington War office is incomplete many of those relating to Kentucky commands never having been filed there In many cases they are but partial lists of the names originally enrolled hav ing been made up late in the war and being but payrolls comprising the names of those surviving at time time It becomes necessary therefore for those who are interested in having the printed record full and reliable to open correspondence with Capt Thompson at once with a view to furnishing him every possibly item of information regarding themselves and their respec tIe commands It is desirable that naidfesbe written in full or that at teaM one Christian name be given so as to avoid unsatisfactory entries The record w intended to comprise the county city or foreign country whence each BMB Mme hie rank when enlisted wbM and where mastered in age at tiai of enls4Ha at and such re JB8rki M will give a succinct view of hie fvice CL ItInE DEATHEBAQE Co Cows For SaTe saleApplyaug20tf Esffll County Farm Sold Mr Kit Maupin last week sold his farm at Station Camp Estill county pricebeingsale Mr Manpin left for Colorado to visit his sons lie lisa not yet decided where he will locate when he returns but will probably come to Madison resldedlnEstihlforaboutthmirtyfivo farmers in the county Agent Appointed MrClarence K Johnson hRS been imp pointed Station Agent of the Louisville Atlantic in tills city in place of Mr R Smith who was recently given a desk in the General Managers otHce Mr Goocher of Versailles will take Mr Johnstonea place asoperator Mr Johnstone is an excellent young man for the position and his friends here are muck pleased that lie has secured the posiionand is very popular with everyone on the road Spiders Days Are Numbered The Grand Lodge of Elks in session at Sail Lake City last week adopted a recommendation of the committee on rules and laws absolutely prohibiting the holding of street fairs and carni vals under the auspices of Elks lodges The law will not go into effect until January 11903 The debate over tire question was spirited but the feeling among the members of the Grand Lodge that such fairs and carnivals were not in accord with time fundamental principles of the order was evident ly very strong and the committees recommendations were overwhelmingly adopted Hay Go to Nicholasville The Jessamine Journal says Time business men of Nicholasville have an opportunity to greatly improve the commercial interests of the town in tact a like opportunity may never be presented again The Standard Wheel Co of Terre Haute Ind is desirous of locating here a spoke factory that will employ from twentyfive to forty men which would distribute weekly in Nicholasville about fGOO The firm w lich is the largest in the United Stiles has a financial rating of 1000 Such an enterprise is well worth trying for and as time manager who has been here several times recently thinks very fayorable of Nicholasville Let our business men get together and offer such inducements as will bring the spoke factory here One manufac- tory means others to follow and to a town the size of Nicholasville two or three such enterprises means an in crease of from 25 to 50 per cent in bus iness The Commercial Club has agreed to give SIOO and there is not a business man in Nicholasville but what could afford to give from 25 to 50 It means money in their pockets Other towns in this section are trying to secure the same plant so lets awaken from our Rip Van Winkle sleep and be enterprising enough to encourage the hum and buzz of such an industry that is now within or grasp At Estill Springs Never in all its history has Estill Springs been as popular as during the present season Under the management of Mr W R Thomas there is nothing lacking that would add to the comfort and pleasure of the numerous guests Considering the natural beauties of the place the fine waters the splendid music complete table and dining room service is it any wonder that Estill Springs is a favorate Summering place That this resort is growing in popularity is demonstrated by the fact that the present season has been one of the most successful in its history The guests began to arrive early and in numbers that insured a successful season from the bogining and the hotel promises to keep on her gayest robe until late in October Among the many guest there now Richmond is well represented as well as large numbers of visitors from Winchester Lexington Louisville and other towns throughout the State A great many people consider Sep tember the most pleasant month in which to visit this famous resort and in view of this fact special efforts will be made to make this month one of the gayest of the reason Good muisic will be a drawing card and the encouragement civen in favor of house parties is sure to bring a larger number of visitors to Estill Springs than here tofore known during the month of September The publicity given the fact that this special month is to be made a memorable one of the history of Estill is sure to bring to the manager rich rewards for his untiring efforts in behalf of his guests House parties have been booked as late as October special rates being made For rates see notice elsewhere Ed for the remainder of time season and we would adviso those desirirg rooms to communicate with Mr Thomas at earliest possible date A Flea For the Boys and Girls Time following from time pen of Miss Kate Douglas is clipped from the col umns of tho Valley View Argent On the rough rugged ways where the traveler may chance to pass often blooms a beautiful rose WQ will name this rose Education Parents do vou earnestly desire that your children pluck leaves from this beautiful rose as they pass from childhood to manhood Certainly you do Leaves plucked horn the rose of education Cnn not help but make the journey more pleasant for your children It matters not how humble Jhe home may be if the environments that surround it are of the right kind Many of the great names in history many of tho worlds greatest heroes and benefactors have been men of humble parentage whose cradles were rocked in lowly cottages and buffeted the billows of fate without dependent save upon the mercy of God antI their own energies The acquisition of knowledge is one thing the development oL tho faculty another Tho acquisition Of knowledge is conscious accumulation the development of faculty unconscious ox pansion The development and cnl ture of original faculty is what consti tutes genuine practical education The central idea in education is to draw ont Ahoy or girl acquaints himself or herself with the master pieces of litor ature so they can repeat word for word some ringing inspiration he or she has once read but you notice that they have very little of their own to say Being able to recite a piece is not education by any means Why we can teach animals to perform trick arid time U I parrot can say Polly wants cracker but that is not true education it i crammingInnation for original thinking The childs mind should not be ale lowed to become clogged with a mass of undigested facts as a result of the cramming in process termed educa tion The pupil should be encouraged to delve beneath the surface and given reasons for any facts told him or her In other words they should be able to tell in words of their own the inspira ion they have imbedded from muter minds then and not till then will education have filled its mission It is the province of tbo teacher to instruct her or hIs pupils in the drawing out process that they may be able to think and oiiginate ideas and clothe them in vehicles of their own choosing The stoic teachers place the logical art first as in the measuring of corn we place first the examination of the measure We learn language and we ought to learn what it means When children learn words they should learn wliut the tIming is signified by the word and it is the teachers duty to have the pupil bring out ideas that words signify Tbus it is that the more we seek to have the pupils develop into thinkere the more we as teachers are perform ing our mission in time school room To make mental muscle we should let the pupil hammer away at words so to speak until it produces ideas which may rightly be termed education by unconscious accumulation lime laurel may even now be wreathed destined to deck the brow of the youth that develops into an urginal thinker The way to win fame is to think Place your standards and with firm tread and a fearless eye press steadily on mmtd L ER80NAI Miss Bessie Dudley is at Tatham SpringsMrs T Covington is at Crab Orchard Springs Dr L J Frazee of Lexington was in the city Monday Miss Mynne Wagers visited relatives in Lexington last week Mrs Mary McCllntock is visiting relatives in Millersburg Miss Ethel Wilson is visiting relatives inFord this week Mrs W A Laugford visited relatives at White Hall last week Miss Elizabeth Embry is visiting rel atives in Canard count Miss Annie Nelson is visiting friends in Estiil county this week Mr Clarence E Woods was in Frank fort last week on business Mrs T L Goodlet attended the Elks Fair in Lexington last week Miss Esther Burnam is visiting her aunt Mrs Waller Bennet MrsAnne Wallers is spending several weeks at Bay View Mich Miss Annie Gover ot Stanford is the guest ot Mrs J B Stouffer Judgn A R Burnam spent several days in time city last week Mr and Mrs T J Smith returned Friday from Atlantic City Miss Bessie Lyle of Pine Grove is yisiting relatives in the city MrI R E Roberts has returned from a visit to friends in Virginia Mrs Laura Thomson is the guest of Mrs David Bergman in Irvine Mrs R E Little is the guest of Mrs W T Tevis at Silver Creek Mr and Mrs Dan Chenault attended the Lexington Fair last week Miss Jessie Haley oi Cynthiann is the guest of Mrs Ben L Banks Rev W A Eisenhart was the guest of friends in Lexington last week Mr Curtis Adams and sister Miss Lucy are visiting at Estill Springs Mr E G Parrish left yesterday for a two weeks visit in Asbville N C Mrs J M Layton of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs John W Ballard Mr H R Smith left yesterday to accept his new position in Versailles Mr and Mrs William Arbuckle at tended tho Lexington Fair Thursday Miss Irene Rayraondof Lancaster is visiting Mrs Z T Rice on Broadway Miss Edna Schlegel is visiting Mr and Mrs Emil Ilhart in Nicholasville Mrs Carrie Nealo of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Curran Smith Miss Jane Lusk is visiting Mr anti Mrs George White on Lancaster Ave nue Miss Cnrraleen Smith is visiting her sister Mrs J M Benton In Winchester Miss Mcrriltc JonAS has for her guest Miss Thomas of Rogersville Tenn Miss Marion Burnam spent several days with friends In Lexington last weekMasterIhomas Knight of Texas is the guest of Mr and Mrs W W Watts Miss Emeline Smith of Fayette Missouri is the guest of Miss Katie SmithMr and Mrs Hardin Caldwell of Shelby villeare the guests of Miss Katie Smith Mr W E Luxon Sr returned Mon day from a visit to relatives in Lex ingtonMr and Mrs W W Pigg have returned from a visit to relatives in Lex In ton Mrs Eugenia Hume and Miss Susan Hums returned last week from Atlan CityCol and Mrs J W Caperton and daughter returned Friday from Estill Sue Deatherage and her guest Miss Hickman spent Sunday at Estill Springs Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham are guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams Sr in Irvine Miss Mollio Fife and Mrs Irvine Wliite attended the Lexington Fair last week Judge J P Hobson of Frankfort visited bis brother Dr V H Hobson last wce- k1Irand Mrs Thos Million visited relatives in Lexington and Georgetown last week Mr and Mrs E E Hume have re turned home after an extended visit to Atlantic City Mr Robert Smith ot Irvine was in the city yesterday and paid the CLIMAX a pleasant call Mra A D Miller and dnugliter Ehizabetiiare spending this week at Estill Springs Miss Julia Higgi HE entertained yea terday evening in hoaor of her gus Mies Robinson ol CyBthiane Mfee Browning of Versailles and Miss He Roberts of Danvlllo k cj Miss Lorena Walker of Crescent Hill is the guest of Miss Estill Walker at Paint Lick Miss Mary Mathews and Mr George Corzelius are spending the week at Tatham Springs Dr McFerran Crowe spent several days with his aiMker Mrs Elizabeth Crowe last week Mr W A Thomas will return today from a two weeks trip to Atlantic City and New York Miss Saul Taylor and Mrs D R Tevis were the guests of friends in Lexington last week Mrs Dudley Trlbble left yesterday for Tatham Springs where she will npend several weeks Misses Mary and Mattie Tribble Laura and Helen Bennett returned last week from Old Point Miss Fannie Prather has returned from a visit to her brother Mr Irvine Prather In Lexington Miss Dovie B Letcher returned Fri day from a visit to her sister Mrs J N Turner at Campbellsville Mr B Dnke Gordon foreman of the CLIMAX is spending this week in Nich olasville and Lexington Miss Alma Scrivner returned Monday fom a visit to Mr and Mrs Har ry Scrivner in Winchester Miss Bettie Ereck returned Saturday from Carlisle Ky where she was the guest of Miss Georgia Letton Miss Mary Pickels Mrs G W Pick els and daughter Miss Mary D are at Mountain Lake Park Maryland Mrs John Ballard and daughter Miss Mary were guests List week of the formers sister in Lexington- Mr and Mrs John II Jones and daughter oi Pittsburg Pa were in the city several days last week Miss Elizabeth Graeme Barbour left Tuesday for Louisville where she will make her home during the winter Mrs Adam Snyder of Saybronk III is visiting Col P P Ballard and oth er relatives in this city and county Miss Meritto Jones and guest Miss Thomas and Mr W B Jones Jr attended time Lexington Fair Thursday Misii Hill and Miss Jenkins of Louis ville were guests at Hotel Glyndon Monday nightenroute to Estill Springs Dr J1I Poyntz has gone to VIi Iinia in search of health and strength MrsPoyntzand Miss Kathleen arewith hia Misses Hattie Letcher and Mary hackelford were the guests of Miss Louise Kauffman in Lancaster last weekMr and Mrs Stone of Kansas City who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs W W Watts returned home Saturday Mrs Sallie Davenport who has been spending the summer at Mrs Wil mores left last week for her home in VirginiaMrs Mary Bau in stark of Waco Madison county is visiting her daughter Mrs Anna JB Singleton Lancas tor Hecord Mrs F B Hawes of Oakhall New York is the guest of liar brother Mr and Mrs Jack Freeman and family on Main street- Prof L V Dodge was in the city yesterday on his way to Hopkinsville to attend the State Sunday School Convention Miss Jean Frost returned to Lexing ton Monday after spending a week with Miss Cleve McWilliams near Whites Station Mr Ollie Layton and sister Miss Sue of Cincinnati are the guests of Misses Mary and Bessie Ballard near Whites Station Mr Robert F Hutchesou of Danville Virginia who will assist Prof Barrett in the Walters Collegiate In stitute arrived Friday Mrs A B Elkius who has been vis iting her mother an sisters here for several weeks will returnto her home in Louisville tomorrow Miss Bettie Breck left yesteaday for Hopkinsville to represent time First Presbyterian church at the State Sun day School Convention Dr and Mrs J V Logan will re turn this week from Middlesboio where they have been spending the summer Danville News Mrs Fred Rogers who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Willis Hisle will leave this week for her home in Independence Mo Miss Linda Gormley delegate of the First Christian church left yesterday to attend the State Sunday School Convention at Hopkinsville Mrs Annie L Atkins spent two weeks vrith her daughter Mrs Ella Miller at IHliston and is now with her daughter Mrs A B Wagers in Cincinnati Miss Lucy White Booker of Louis yule and Miss Harriet Parrish of Richmond are visiting Misses Boulah and Bertio Thompson this week London Democrat Mrs Lehman of Louisville who is canvassing the State in the interest of the Prison Reform Home addressed i large audience in the Presbyterian church Sunday night Little Miss Drusilla Douglas dMa coil Ga who has been visiting her ftandmolher Mrs W R Letcher left yesterday for Versailles where she is time guest of Mrs G H Rout Mrs John Cunningham little Miss Nannie Clay and Mrs Laura Estill Francis oi Bourbon enjoyed meeting Col Wallace Estill of Mieouri while visiting among the Estllls of Fayette county during time Elks Fair at Lex In ton Master Eldrige Evans time bright lit tie son of Mr and Mrs Butler Gaines Intertained a few little friends in lion or of his first birthday Saturday even ng of time 15th from 4 oclock 6 Re freshments were served and the lit tle tots left wishing Master Evans ma oy more such birthdays We regret to learn that our young friend Mr L Brent Greene son of Mr Robt L Greene chief Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals is seri ously ill with typhoid fever at the ihome of a relative in Bracken county FrankfortI Teachers Association For Million Magisterial District The following program has been announced by the Teachers Asso Magisterialbistrict Corinth church on Silver Creek Saturday August 2rtT- PROGRAM Masic Prayer Election of officer- sEnro1leut otusbers Athires of Welcome Miss Belle Ilolrn1lJRespIJlIseJ W Wagers Music The States Object in Maintain ing the Public SclmoolProL Wash Mrs Callie Taylor Excitation Oliver Brock Results of Improper Training and Benefits of Proper Training C F Brock Solan Taylor Recitation Dinner MusicMr G W Pick elsPuperMiss Belle Million Mutual Duties of Teacher Trustees and PntronsJ W Moore Miss Mary Miller The Tattling SchoolProf J B Harris Miss Dixie Hood PaperMIss Maud Crandall Do Attractive Rooms and Sur roundings Aid in Controlling Children Stipt J Wm Wagers Solan lay lor- Impurtance of Nature Study J B Million Mrs C D Turner MRS MINNIE TURNER VicePresident MADISON INSTITUTE The faculty of this splendid institution will be stronger next session than ever before This is positively the only school in Kentucky thatkeeps a faculty composed of gradu ates of the greatest institutions of the world such as Columbia University N Y City the University of Michi ganAim Arbor Vanderbilt University the Drexel Institute of Art Philadelphia and the New England and Cincinnati Conservatories of Music No stronger faculty is to be found south of the Ohio river Its course of study is unsurpassed The frequent illustrated lectures by the president on his travels in Euprope Egypt and the Holy Land is another impor tant feature that no other school affords As to healthfulness not once was a physician called in last session to see a sick student Be cause of these and other ad vantages whichno other school affords Madison Institute is regarded by promi nent educators over the State as unquestionably the best female college in Kentucky Do the people of Madison county appreciate this fact If so they should show their appreciation by giving this ex cellentinstitutiontheirfullpnd hearty support Dont think of sending to another school because it is cheap Beware of cheap schools In a mat ter so important as the education of our children nothing but the very best is worth having even if it does cost more In the crowded public schools it is impossible for them to get the best advan tages Do parents who refuse to give their children the best educational advantages realize the injustice they are doing those children Are they mindful of the fact that the girl who fails to get a first class education in this twen tieth century makes the mis take of her life Parents should think of these things and give their children the superior advantages to be ob tainedherein their own county seat vat Madison Institute Call on or address I J W McGAUVEY JR- President aug203t Richmond Ky Sunday round trip rates on L L 100 to Versailles 65c Nicholasvillo 70cIt Irvine 95c Millers Creek One fare to all other stations tf p BLACK CAT STOCKINGS FOR LADIES BOYS AND MEN I BLACK CAT HOSIERY KKHO5RA BltAnI to a JJ J Her will that first for to of and for season All sizes both and tan BOYS rust the hold that healthy boy of3 yours heels toes and knees the Stocking made pair COVINGTON FOR MEN AND Ii ELDERS Ill e 1P l 1t Vm S 1S AND 51r s mSLIPP13RS I ill 11RothclllidsVici newest 2t to 7 worth 2 our IAc1 Rothchilds Men Shoes Kid 4 250 our lOc soft sole Shoes tan white blue black 25c 1 1 CLOTHING-We are line of at 800 and 1000 that cannot Boys Knee Suits to 600 Boys Knee Pants 10 to II 980rm1i iftm hi Mattings to 1 You are to our MILLINERY i IxeIerIleIfDrer Just Look at Whence came that step faultless skin rich rosy smiling face Sims looks good tod Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills orgamis active digestion good no head aches J 0 chance for blues Try vourBelf 25c at Perry ThomRs1m a man is he may be IIf to look at a modern Btalnted glass wanting to smash it FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRESALEHaving Shugars Co business house in Lancaster was re destroyed by fire I offr these at FIFTY CENT Less than the original wholesale Price are not damaged in the least and these bargains are a in this city EVERYTHINGI- n of Dry Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and is included in Slaughter at once and see for yourself the bargains are and get pick f om this stock of LOUISVILLE STORE A DQBROWSKY First St House f This famous brand of few if equals allround goodnessFast Colors Soft Silky Yarn and extra durability Styles every member the family J FORifLADIES A variety of styles weights suitable every a pair FOR MEN andjprices in blacks atJ tIX J 51 FOR thing hearty hustling strongest d to BOYS I m Ladies Patent Leather Vamp Manish Oxfords price Chrome styles branded price Infants Moccasins Infants red large SUITS 9Sc J1 O invited inspect DEPARTMENT complexion ResultaU colorblind whose cently goods These Goods without parallel the way this Sale Come being offered immense has any suit 10 25c 10 and tripple 25c BANKS COMPLETE OUTFITTERS BARGAINS INI I iii SHOES shapesSunrise 1111 Showing beequaled 25c Window Shades 8 to r J0c 250 JHats 25c to 250 Hats 75c to 750 M RespectfullySubrnittedB ELDER icerIIIexe i PER Goods Clothing GoodsTHE Prop Opposite Court Ga- teRieHmond Ky Hosiery 25c S15O jjrm175 65c Ir Baby Caps Misses Ladiest v I VISITORS TO THE ELKS FAIR Be sure to see our splendid stock of Fine Diamond andPea Jewelry Sterling Silver and Cut Glass Remember we have the finest assortment of Elk Buttons and Jewelry in the city Victor Bogaert MANUFACTURING1JEWELER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON Ky Must Go Regardless of 1AsRolls of Wall The newest and best selected stock inthe State which will resold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of and that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stockmust go There is also a complete line of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Pole Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfitof Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposed of This is a genuine sale as the goods must pthilegeand get the pick of the stock PilL L WILLING Price 1I 60000 Paper Pictures Picture Frames Executor M C J ti c ii r pr 1 ITO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Uearo pleased it is on sale at losllltetilutIplaces in ArbucUlo Simmons Hearcy Hamilton b Powell J Y Masters J V Whltlock John Starp Burton ItoberU J WTeatcr J W Prenltt Jh A Wearreu C McWharler JlioknerUarl JT Coy R cliiuond Waco Red house Valley View- flaWw1ti Newby Rutbton Jidenlon Cotlonburg Iaint Lick Walhcctol1I PorSaleThe Collection Agency Washington D C Will depose of tIn following judgments A J W Webber Berkley Kylas 26 45J20JVm Knepxlen Milton Ky 23 N Pliinps Alt Sterling Ky 66 28 Ferdinand 64 09 Ilobt W Owens Louiavll e C- J Ourrett Preston Bt road Jefferson county Ky e Austin Kockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D o 7my6t lem 8i1 bthe two to S reach make ol f you want to Cnvl a c4 od borne In Texas hljf are raised and jle prosper write of booklets Homes In tUe Soulb west and Through Trfias with a Camera Sent body who is anxious to condition ne t Reclining Chair P ALL P0IRTS Double Dally 10 ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS FLYER 4 Memphis to Rock 46 Memphli to Hot Sprints G Superb Service Vemphlf Ticket Office MaIn FEASK ommin T rMemphis Tenn F ItLACKIXANT P A LktUe flock Ark fiA good looking hoiin and poor look lug Imrnrsn H theworM fctutl of n Oil 1 noton1yrnakthebnrn5ntheI l i tliaSTANDARD by OIL CO l I Give Your I Horse lithe average mans digestive appnr atiifi is all right his conscience doesnt trouble him much +tt+ CALL AT++ ++ HERSHON + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that be found in the city are dispensed by upto jlate and accommo dating cle rs Qennloe Saratofa Water Kept on Tap sssssss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY i LHOI1Ii1ANI1NIIAN TER4 AbstreacIe4 Cokon IBeht wich hine runs Texas I withoim change hse au ci er director close- andIidiaflTClTit0ry foralparts Texas wbero crops wliero i foracopjr handsome freeWuTjany Free- Cars iuxoron MPTANFT- EXAS Service GHQGTAW little FreiRecliningEquipment Untorpuiid TenuBOarop a co- rnEureka Unntlon Harness IlLS 8- Chance JONES can FR TPA LW LiBAUME P TA STLOUIS 10 u Profit Stiarmg The Cincinnati Enquirerocta Gsldfs 97OOOTo be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel Jectual apd 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 ore making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate An additional sum of 510000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer form 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 time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all severalof which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of 500 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 and providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU IV 71J Cincinnati O jlouisville Penderson nndSt LoUis Railway I Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T f- LOW RATESi TO THE WESTTickets on Sz1e First sx n d ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 I Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and Californiix Points v N v vgv i For Further Inforrrttxticn Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN AgentLi Iff For SaIeITwo splendid building lots In the best part of the city Ono is 60x254 and the other 100x300 For terms apply atthls office mch26tf MORE LIVES ARiE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery VOlt Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Hemedics Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c fi l Trial Bottle Free Edneaia FORA Situation AI BookKeeping Business PHONOGRAPHY TypeWilting Telegraphy JOSH WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circularof his fatuous and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at World Exposition JIOSltloDCodtion Books and Hoard In familjr about IiSnsrthandTyps7ritiag and Telegraphy Specialties gem Kentucky Bnlrernlty Diploma under seal awarded graduates LlteraryVuure free If desired rio Tnrnllon nter now Graduates successful I order to Save votrr Uttfrt greek addrttt only WILBUR RSMITHLEXINGTONKV Dmml ion rs al Columbia Finance Trust Co taa1nstDlllard hlteic Dfts NOTltE OF SALE IN EQUITY wBnt the April term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned wIliontThursday August 28 oAtfproceedtoexposebidder the following described property viz A House and Lot of Land tfeetlRichmondRichmond Ky producitheordered to be made and the costa hereof dandrequired to give bond with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have hearinilegalserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S E SCOTT 13au 3t M C 1O c PtiblicSaleI Saturday August 30 At 10 Oclock AM on the premises sell to the highest bidder tho farm known as the Cot Reuben Munday farm situated in Madison county Ky 9 miles south of Richmond and 2 miles from Kingston lying between the Big Hill Turnpike and the Muddy Creek road containing about 150 acres with good substatial dwelling tenant house two good barns and all other necessary outbuildings with the best cave spring in Kentucky in the yard good laud lies well find mostly in grass It will be offered as a whole and as two separate tracts with privilege of accepting the best bid Privilege of seeding will be given the purchaser and full possession Jannarv 1st 1003 TERMS Onethird cash the balance in one and two years equal installments bearing 6 per cent interest Anyone desiring to look at said farm before the sale will call on Mr James Hubbard on the premises who will take pleasure in showing it to them For any further particulars address R H Bronaugh Agt Ky23julGt m For Spring 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel tyFancy Weaves Piques Madras tings Colored Cotton Dress Gods r r Fine Printed Novelties GinghamSj Ghambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons- Celebiated Shirts White AND Gihcon RICHMOND KY c 111 Not Gypsies Glasgow Times For the past few years there has been a noticeable absence of the gypsy bands that formerly traveled north in the summer and south in the winter through this section It must not be under stood that the nomadic crowds fail to come and go for they didbut they were no longer dark of visage and sullen manner Swarthy countenance and bold black eyes and gutteral language have given way to light com plexions shrewdlytwinkling blue orbs loudsmelling pipes and stout oaths that run the whole gamut of profanity In the place of the former prophetess dressed in fantastic fashion is generally found a 200 pound lady who sits on the front seat alongside her husband and keeps an eagle eye upon a large brood pi children The Irish liorse swapper has crowded out the gypsy fortuneteller and wanderer i iFor some weeks past a stream of painted wagons brokendown horses pugilis inclined gentlemen and fat ladies have wended their ay down the L N pike ome have gone north As destination and puroeIhad become a matter sity along their route the following from a Nashville paper will be of interest More than one hundredI traveling horse live in tents and call their romps their homes have been in Nashville for the past few ays They came here to be present at the final burial of Thomas McNally a man who accumulated a fortune of more than 30000 in the business they all follow Some of those who came to the burial traveled hundreds of miles in reaching Nashville Others came from nearer places A few came early in the summer and have remained plying their trade All joined in one large camp on the commons ust of iAllpurest ray from the oldest in the camp to the youngest child The man they came to see buried was also lIttogether and that brought them here There is no or anykindknown that Irish always turnout in large numbers at a fu travelinghorse tion to the rule The remains of Mr McNally have been here since early in April and the occasion was the transfer from the vault to a perma nent grave He died in Birmingham on April 6 The body was shipped here for burial as was requested by Mr Mc Nally before he died The dead man desired to be buried here because this was more his home than any other one place He had been coming here in the spring and fall of every year for more than three decades and always remained for several weeks He naturally became well acquainted in the city and some of his brothers finally settled here- In making their visits to the city they nearly always camped in Trimble Bottom They were Irish and naturally attended church They became well acquainted with Father Abbott and learned to love him arid have now practically by common consent To say a pleasant word to anyone was almost impossible roreight eCoan extent that to say a pleasant word to f 7impossib1eoperatlonsoneoftheznost skilled Westbutmydoctors takingDrPrescription and Golden Medical Dis foltowed CommonSense viser thistreutment months and todaam as healthy and well as a woman can thankDoctor letterstoWomanly dis eases as a rule spoil the disposi of the extreme nerv 1 Happinessthe woman whose diseased condition is FavoritePrescriptioneight years of suffering and two ofnFaVClrileMoser to perfect health This great establishesregularity curesfemaleThe Cwaatofl Sense Medical Adviser jpoS large pages in paper covers is sent onecentstampstof i1 rt t j made this foe headquarters for burying their dead shipping them lire and leaving all arrangements to Father Abbott Through this con nection mjarU than a dezen members of the various famIilies have bedfr buried The funeral was so largely attended because of the prominence of the dead man in his business He wasi possibly the ealthiest ber of all the Irish tribes traveling in the Southern States and 2br this reason was known to them all No e thavinghethose here rode from their ramp to the church and then to the cemetery li11 carriages it requiring ixty to accom odatethern All bills incurred were paid very promptly and no questions asked Some Of those who came- ot the funeral have already gone Those now here will remain probably a week longer All of them seem to be an intelligent class of Irish They object very strenuously to being called gypsies and asked the reporter repeatedly to be careful and not call them gypsies in the paperS Gas Reduction About one soar ago this company materially reduced pas and water rales t lisa boon so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25e per 1000 feet oh illn minatin gas furnished on ami after Dee 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price offas from 200 to 175 BSTJlnt notice especially given that this discount on gas wilt not ln allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bull on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rate pctnnlty without ex ception- Kespectfully RICHMOND WATBK LIGHT Co Nov 27 101 dec4 tf Aged Oak Chest In the possession of James Bulkicy a nativeof Manches ter England who lives near Curdsville in this county is an old oak chest which would set a relic hunter wild with delight It is about six feet n length beautifully hand carved and bears the name of the maker and datecutinto the wood The date is 1634 This with several otherheir ooms was brought over from England by Mr Bulkley and his family about fifteen years ago Harrodsburg Herald 4genuineLaxativetho remedy that cores n cold iu one day Dont worry about some thing that you think may hap pen tomorrow because you may die tonight and tomor row may find you beyond the reach of worry Dont worry over a thing that happened yesterday because yesterday is a hundred years away if you dont believe it just try to reach after it and bring it back Dont worryaboutany thing thathas happened today because today will only last fifteen or twenty minutes Dont worry about things you cant help because worrying only makes it worse Dont worry at all If you want to be penitent now and then it wont hurt to go into the sackcloth and ashes business a little it will do you good But worry worry worry fret fret fretwhy theres neith er sorrow hope patience penance reformation strength nor resolution in it its merely worry Tetter Satlihcuin and Eczema incilentiiiSkin Itisnippletlmappcdtnd chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box reustidrermoifugo nhorseents per package It seems almost impossible that nearly 40000 in cash should have been onfined to misdirected letter during the last year and hardier still to believe that the mist exhaustive efforts have failed to find the owners of ongfqurth f this amount The envelopes which are addressed are kept on file for four yJarsr blank ones not so long but iu either case a liberal margin of time is allowed claimanu to appeal finallyturned credit of theppstof ice depart ment In additioi theImoney contained n spnictiningloose in mails Itf officially Styled loose mone ij D t MOTHERHOOD The greatest ambition of American men and women is to have homes blessed with children Tko woman afflicted with female dis quecaselawbecomingmedicine can restore dead or gans but Wino of Cardui does regulate derangements that pre vent conception does prevent miscarriage does restore weak functions tOIl shattered nerves and does bring babies to homes barren and desolate for years Wino of Cardui gives women the health and strength to bear heal thy children You can get a dollar bottlo of Wino of Cardui from your dealer torWINEOF i4oWinoThedfords BlackDrnughL r had been married years and had never given birth to a child until I took Wino finebaby ofeelwillbeagain Mrs J W C SMITH dyingPbniptom Frbauanocga The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to Pleasant In effect For sale by- tockton Hnjjan ln Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY thepeopeMadison to teach Ten Days Musical Con ventions consisting of rudimen tal chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pro tracted meetings and any publIc gathering Can furnish male quartette for special occasions Please give ten days notice 30jl 6m Last of the Season Popular Family Excursion ffov PrBrjoOPUT = = Thursday August 21 VERY LOW RATES TcJters fJod- Returniozia f J 0 DAYS scasoonResort at tho extremely low rates Inquire ot agent D O BW for full particulars or address the undersigned o p MCCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villageP2ices Cecil CatronF Junction City Ky z C IO ROUTE Popular Excursions fTO Old Point Comfort fAnd Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and Sep tem bel 2 Solid vestibuled Trains dmiiipr cars SlceporSlolloverFull information at U O ticket office Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky s13 Round Trip IWO W JJARNEY D P A John D Potts A G P A jTTA TkeCJVOT PRy will discontinue running low rate Excursions on Sun days to Cincinnati W Rinearson GPA 9 i Notice Creditors t- AIl persons liojtllng claims against time Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association are iequested to present same to Secretary5 b K Tovis at onco or same will be barred 2t JJL H Colyer Pros Notice to Creditors All parties haying claims against Dr C J Bal es that arose prior to his assignment are sted to present saute verified as required by to the undersigned on or befcre August 1902 or same will to barred 18nn7ir J TEVIS COBB Assignee Notice to Creditors AO parties or persons having claims against the state of Ed Baxter diccmsed will present same verified as the law requires lathe undersigned on or before Aug 15 til 1002 or same will be barred July 14 1902 Mrs Hattie A Baxter administra July 16 4t uii11 Hlatc Aulroi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND r 605byvilleam and Cincinnati t For Irvine Mam For Miller8 Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND oni Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati pflilCp ni pmFromC M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyURichmond Ky KOldal Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat thedigest3ntsfood Itgives Instant relief and never falls 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 Adlef unnecessary uves all stomach troubles OhlcasoThoFor sale by Perry Thomas f Vital Interest I WE have erected a large and and more moilitrn business house to take ilie pluce of the ono re contly destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with more featisfaction to ourselves and customors all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining coun JligbestCASHWe also handle all kinds of FEED SALT e Give us a producothat we propose to load in this business in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot29janly RICHMOND KY hu Plan Now For Colorado The Burlingtons Extensive Scheme ot Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion roles to Coracle Resorts that havo ever been made or long periods of time Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Manitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good nil summer other periods only one fare plus 200 rounl trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to June 8th Augtst 2d to 8th Round trip good CO days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 5000 Missouri Hiver 4500 all lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Portland first class good in chair cars seats free standard sleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast route the Uurlincton to Denver through Senic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOlakes scores of tho coolest and countryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or whenlhertoadviselenstorCemhiforniaWM SHAW P 406 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St 1ouisM- WAKELEY GenlPassrAgjmt SuLouis Mo ucrTHE t Lexingtqa Democrat Is THE OVLY DAILY- DemocraticC iPaper 3- f PUBLISHED ll THE J C Blue Grass Region + +++ + tJ e ++ + tothetnewasyitC Svscr1pIlon Price 3 o a Year Centsa Weelc by artier + 44 + r W P WALTON EDITOR AND MQII u Lexington jx- eJ1eeJ LeN c t ioPER OFF ON STOVES Em ii 20 per cent saved by buying your Stove of and description from us We bought Iearly in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the freight ct f 0 WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fireat Majestic Rang HeateYoufore us is wecanone in this or any other towdY HARDWARE OUR LINE OF Farming Implel11en1 Is complete We carry the Hanover Disc Plovr i only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Rights Right Right The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that yJ pa you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering ni p2 pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Smmon 20 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES t e 4 L CIooP TBUU 21 It is time you were thinking a your rvct ic and therefore it is time to thin s us You cannot be too partk u about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied st to select from You want wi variety of prices You want telligent courteous service i above all you want the right pri iWe are prepared to meet aii these wants in the fullest mtusr and earnestly ask an inspection our stock beforeplacingyouroni w S Ogdham- ti Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jnly3Mr KENTUCKY I1mfA tiiI 1= =I IilIi v4iy8oDr tJSGOI1Hi I jRTRIOaUe ffObf REffDY Off APPLICATION w Teaches the only Scientific Method of Runs PiOUGEOj w CtKeIIerPhysical Culturl We do not say that wemay develope your muscles but that we Each individual iigiven special attention no form or apparatus is nil we only ask that you follow our instructions carefully for ten minutes night befoie retiring or upon arising in the morning Using our method only develops the muscle but produces the heart action which pumps pure rich blood throughout the entire system Our pupils are taught by trJ only Thousands have been relieved of constipation imtigtslion aDd t trouble We can and will do the same thing for you In two weeks time not only harden your muscles but give strengthend vigor to the entire l J thereby pfodasiDga graceful and an easy carriage This is tho only ire11 that does not overtar the heartIf there is any special part wish develop1 lconfldcflhmht3ionOur methodgiving full instructions complete for 3 6may4m JEAN RAYMOND Instructor t It PER =