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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h J 1 ir j r t THE RICHMOND CLIMAX4 I GLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1902 NUMBER 15 O K and will Ii on O tiid 4 Dont be bills a North Star will the ice aud I will save money for you Will soon be called into Spring is here Why not buy a now oiie and make the water inure is your Od Freezer Worn out Get an Freezer 3rou never regret the money spent And last hut not least t1Jt forgettiliatve sell the best Stoves earth K Jewell Stoves The Wonderful North Star- Refrigerator The Bes- tlMadej handicapped by ice when solve question Water Coolers servicesis uhiu sparkling inviting Then there RLnges We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are best on earth 0 B SHACKERFORD CO Main Street tt RICHMOND KY IThe Racket Store FOR THE LEADING NOVELTIES GlasswarerQueensware Lunch Baskets Boxes Tablets and Pencils Flower PotstfL 9- JlfirGffnJerS filf Jt 4 + + 44 + + 44 + + + 4 +++ + + + 4 + + + + 4t4 + We are the people who sell them to you at prices that J defy competition 4 4 444 tl TY TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTT SUIT BRATTON Opposite Blue Grass Grocery i STFT RTCIIMONP KY u E pride onmlvs on our jT splendid assorlmcnl of I FURNITUREII4 + 9 4 + + + ++ + + + ++++tp44U xlI i 1lfW t tRill v r Kvtry line CriMlinir with tttIiy peWtiHK T pniiprlv i tiiito i hit giasnii You will jirlml elKirn IbIII 0 ilfW plire- UVhnve niw Uiiitr Tables itiilitfi liinn CjlWimixHileBuarus i vvrvtliiny Hiiliablf fur the UitiliiK- JlMlltl lnn I l8rilll Block has just rJUliril US jfalirury nmlCVnlpr Tallies III irlulnllli beautiful workinnnMnp SiiOiH Dusks best bargains ever ill JI Umkers any ttvlc yon iiiiv wUb Omulips v ry Inlctt desljr s t tlilltr Leather Gioils Picture FrumhitfCHrpets Matting and llnx + + + + + + +++ 44 + ++ +44+ 4 H+ + + + i i JO 8 JOPLIN I i 220222 W Main Streeti++4 + H + + + + + Undertaking a Specialty T G W Evans Jr Embalmer and Director L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Limet Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner M1Ja B att ipfhoa4 as GTRL STOPS A THIEF Locks Him in Store and Recovers a Diamond Ring Drar Young AVomnn Falling to Find Gem Upon Search Succeed In liettlnir It llnck bj Tlirrn rnlne Arrrit Miss Edith Fisler a pretty salesgirl In the jewelry store of the Globe association at Cla jton NJwas alone thother morning when a well dressed pleasantvoiced young ulan came In nnd asked to be shown dia mood rings Miss Fisler brought out ft tray full of jewels and the stranger examined them critically getting the price of each Finally he said none of them suited him nUll Miss Fisler againturnedshe saw that one of the rings valued at 150 had been abstracted from the first tray She proceeded to show the freshsupply of goods meanwhile keeping a sharp eye on tie stranger- A ring is missing andyou have ill suddenly exclaimed the salesgirl look eyeThemissingjewelright however and coming from be hind the counter she insisted upon searching the man He submitted to the earch but it failed to reveal the ring The girl asked the man for his name and he said he was James Smith of Millville that he was a member of the Methodist Protestant church there and would not be guilty of theft The stranger was permitted to leave the store but Miss Fisler still con vinced that he had the ring followed lim to the street and compelled him to return with her to the store Then she closed and locked the door Con fronting the man she said with the air of one who knew just what to ex pect youjustwill call an officer and have you ar rested The man fidgeted on his feet for a minute and again denied the theft but finally produced the jewel He was then allowed to depart Miss Fisler has a good description of him and he may be arrested All the town is talking of the sales girls courage and coolness but she modestly says I do not think any praise for my action Is due me I only thought of the ring and wa not at nil nervous until after it was all over I hope it was his first offense as he appeared to be such a nice young man ARMY TO USE NEW BALLOON Speclnllr Constructed Alrihlp to De a Fentnre of tile Coming Maneuver The army will make use of a spe cially constructed balloon during the coming maneuvers It was found that the two monster balloons now in the possession of the signal corps were unwieldly and required a vast amount of hydrogen for inflation It was found too that the cost of preparation and the transportation of the mechanism would amount to as much as the construction of n smaller balloon It was therefore decided to makes a balloon capable of supporting two men which would be sufficient for use in the coming maneuvers This balloon was tested near Utica N Y recently by being kept in the air throughout one night It showed no signs of leakage and it was therefore decided to accept it Since then it has been kept at Fort Myer near Washington and has been twicq jested practically The signal cQrpsr Jiaa prepared nn elaborate Bcheine for detecting the approac- hfitheeneznyJ Much of the ap paratus for this purpose will now be tried for the first time under conditions approaching those of actual warfare PRODUCTION OF PHOSPHATE Len of the Rock Token Out Lat Year In Thl Country Than Dnrlne Year Irevloni The total production of phosphate rock in the United States in 1901 ac cording to statistics furnished by the geological survey was 1483723 long tons at 3316403 as compared with 1491216 long tons valued at 5359 248 in 1900 a decrease of 7493 in ton nage and of 42845 in value The in dustry in Florida which has been the chie producing state since 1894 con tinued to show an improvement the total output and value for that state in 1901 being the largest yet recorded The total production in Florida during 1901 was 715996 long tons valued at 3159473 as compared with 706243 long tons valued at 2983231 in 1900 Dendly Auto Is Hurled The Blelchroeder family has caused the automobile that killed Baron von Bleichroeder the wellknown banker And sportsman near Cologne to be buried beside his grave in the grounds of Schloss Duerin not far from Co logne and nil the members of the fam fly have given away or sold their au tomobiles of which they bad several Baron James von Bleichroeder dis posed of a magnificent Frcnch racing machine that cost 11000 for 1500 Ancient Skulls Are Found While digging a deep trench near Frankenhauser Saxony some labor ers found human bones buried Inthe dry loam The fragments of a skull were so unusually large they sent all the bones to Prof Glatsberg who says they show an antiquity of 2500years and are the remains of three indivdu als each seven feet six inches Water Cure stipation for Chronic conII Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exerclte wrIk ride drive Make n regular habit of this and in many cases chron ic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is required take something mild gentle like Chamberlains Stomach Dull Liver Tablets for sale by Stoctton lHagan 1m Persons looking for a quiet retreat never locate in boominc towns A Parsons Noble Act vIwant all the world to knowlI writeij Rev 0 J iltidlonsr Ashaway R jwIat a thoroughly pood and re liable medicine I found in Elect ic Bit ters They cured me of jaundice nnd liver troubles that land caused me great suffering for many years For a genuine lullround cura they excel any thtingi oversaw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for theIr wonderful irorkin Liver Kidney and Stomach trouble Dont fall Id try them Only 50ft Satisfaction Is trlHl by lerrTiTJwID 1ir a III 1 r I AMERICAN WOMAN A COLONEl Made So by the Governor of Georfflit After the Cnitom In Vogue In Germany Whom the kaiser loves he first makes a colonel iiia parody on an ancient saw which aptly describes this emperorinTime was when a post of honor in th imperial household or a jeweled order was the feminine badge of royal favor Today it is a commission in the Her nina nnny The command may be hon orary only but it carries with it erIthin privileges pleasing to a woman ot military ancestry At the head of the military women stands the empress herself Whrji she leads her regiment in review be fore the kaiser she wears theshow regimental uniform of white with red facings She accompanies her regi ment to the annual parades watches its drills frequently visits the men In their barracks andcallt upon the omens in the regimental casino While it is said that the American women are the most progressive and the most exacting in the matter of having their abilities in all direction publicly acknowledged there is but one woman colonel In the United States nnd hers 5s a sort of courtesy rank This is Miss Mamie G Morris lieutenant colonel and aid of the gov ernur of Georgia Miss or rather lieutenant colonel Morris hails from appointmentdatestown by the chief executive of Tenne sees sister state- INVENTOR HAS ODD SCHEME Ohioan Who Dclterc He hue Dis covered More Effective Method of Firing h Cannon Army ordnance officers have been asked to give their attention to con sider 1 remarkable invention of an Ohio iran who believes he has dis covered something which will con tribute to the deadliness of nrma meat The model which is submitted was a nickelplated affair sufficiently convincing in its operation in miniature The inventor places six gun between upright wheels suspending them after the manner of the car riages in the Ferris wheel By a simple mechanism different angles of fire the same for all thu guns atone time may be obtained It is proposed to rotate the guns loading the guns in succession from a conveniently placed platform Thj inventor believes that any caliber of gun may be placed In his wheel H j had left to the experts however thij details of construction anti such problems as the distribution of weight By the most casual calcula tions it was found that the 12inch guns which he proposes to be thus placed nnd his wheels would weigh 3000000 pounds This does not tats into consideration the axle and the other incidental mechajiism BRITISH SOLDIERS IN WANT Problem Confronting England of Caring for ni charccil Men Ii n Serious One The problem of caring for the hordes of discharged soldiers in Eng land now clamoring for employment is even more serious than the trans port remount and commissary scandals There is no question that the various relief organizations accom pushed a vast amount of good throughout the war and they are still doing so They disbursed lit erally millions of pounds sterling h aid of widows orphans and invalids but now the workhouses of the Unit ed Kingdom are filled with timeer pired men and in all the big towns masses of volunteers and reservists are vainly seeking fresh situations in place of those their employers promised to hold open till after the war but who did not do so Strangely enough while the cities are glut ted with men out of work the farm ers in all sections of the country are reported to be lamenting the dearth of field hands SEE PEERESS FOR CASH Public Given an Opportunity to Vleiv Lndr Raglan In Her Coro nation Finery Lady Haglan is enjoying the distinc tion of evolving the most uptodats charity show She agreed to place her self on exhibition during the after noon wearing her coronation robes and coronet for the benefit of the local hospital at Beckenham Kent The modest sum of six cents was charged for admission to the hall where her ladyship was on view The event was intended to be n quiet sub urban affair but the newspapers got hold of the story nnd the hospital authorities to reap the greatest benefit issued poster advertisements nn nouncing the appearance of the peer ess in her robes nnd wearing the coro nation medal presented to her by King Edward The Time to Quit In view of King Edwards stubborn ness it may be necessary for the gyp ales to give up fortune tellingsays thit Chicago RecordHerald and devotn themseves exclusively to horse trading In the future Not with Cupid Conient The girls mother says that storj about the princes infatuation isnH true But asks the Chicago Record Herald do girls mothers alwayil know Guillotined by Trolley Wire While on the wing a pigeon was gull lotintd recently In Cardiff Wales by being caught between a trolley and I power wire on the street railroad All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanis Blood Balm which ef fectually cured an eating cancer oi the nose and lace The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had rivep up her case as hopeless hundreds a cares of cancer eating sores supper ating swetlinlo1l etco1lnve been cured hy Blood Balm Among others Mrs B MGuerney Warrior Stand Alan Her nose end lip were raw as boat wlttj offensive discharge from the eatinjH sore Doctors advised catting but failed Blood Balm healed the sores everlBotanicitching humors scabs and scales bonai pains ulcers offensive pimples bloo poison carbuncles scrofula risinge- and bumps on the skin and nil blood troubles Druggists lfr large boti tie Sample of Botanic BalmJ free and prepaid by wrilll Blood Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anil lfleale1113lerveptljrating such a remarkable remedy jUworstJu Mung wlg hgb fll j c DONT WAlTZ If you knew how SCOTI5E- MULSION would buildyou- up increase your weight tstrengthen your weak throat and lungs and putyou in condition for next winter you would begin to fake it now trylLSCOTT1earl Street New York 4soc aud Jtx all lirastrfsts gl vKr e PLAN SUMMER HOME Chicago Workmen Take Steps to Provide Place for Outing Committee Report In Favor of Par chasing 300O Acre of Land In VUcouiln to Ue Vied as Retort for Union Men The workingmen of Chicago are to have a summer home of 3000 acres in the vicinity of Marlnette Wls The movers in the plan are members of the machinists union of that city whichI sent a committee recently to nette to look at the land which ist owned by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul road The committee was pleased with the tract and returned home to report The members said they were the agents of 50 others who had organized a cooperative plan whereby every workingman in Chicago and other cities if they will can have a share in the new home The charter members will pay 10 and after members will pay 15 It is the plan to have a place where workingmen can spend their summers at less cost than in the city Arthur Roebuck of Marinette who acted as agent for the ropertyWO in Milwaukee the other day and said he had heard from the company that the recommendations of the committee would tie accepted An application for a charter it is stated will be filed in a few days at Springfield It is the intention after a time to divide up the larger part of the tract into farms to be apportioned the stockholders although amongI inal plan of maintaining the home will not be abandoned The land is described as ideal for the car rying out of such a scheme It is well timbered and rolling with streams full of brook trout The price to be paid for the land Mr Itobeck did not feel at liberty to mention As it is wholly unimproved however the price per acre it is believed cannot be AFRICAiFEW SETTLE IN SOUTH The Expected Smut of Emigration to tbe Ken Urlllih Colony Doe Not Materialize There is a decided lack of public in terest In the settlement and develop ment of South Africa The publication of a numberof tentative schemes official and otherwise has not resulted thus far in any rush of emigrants In fact the United States embassy seems to have supplied the foreign office with a large proportion of the applicants for South African paasesmany Americans having registered applications None however could properly be classed as emigrants The proBoers are quite gleeful at the apparent fulfillment of their prophecies that the wages of the whites would be lower under the Brit- Ish than miller the Doer regime The always acute problem of working the mines is now more difficult than ever It is said that the supply of workmen is 200000 short of the demand The kaffirs like the Filipinos are strong ly disinclined to settle down to steady work after the comparatively large pay and easy life of army employment The lack of agriculturalists is equally marked KNOCKS DOWN A MASHER Plucky American Woman Reient an Impertinence with flow In a Fan Cafe Mrs Margaret Sidney a beautiful and athletic young matron from Minneapolis sat alone the other day at a table in the Armonville pavilion a stylish openair restaurant in the Bois de Boulogne Paris awaiting her husband who evidently had been belated beyond expectation Seeing the lady alone a man who was dining at the next table smirked and gradually growing bolder finally raised his glass as if to drink her health Mrs Sidney called a waiter and ordered him to tell the masher to cease his annoyance The man resented the waiters intervention rather loudly went smiling in a superior way to the American womans table and said Sow dear girl dont be foolishIBefore he could say anything fur ther Mrs Sidney flew up like a steel spring and with a stalwart blow in teeth sent the fellow sprawling theI After a brief explanation the er was given his hat and ordered to get out lIe refused to give his name but apparently belonged to the Eng lish smart society Spain Denied Die Gun The Spanish officers who were sent to Cuba to obtain possession of the pieces of ordnance left there after the war did not succeed in their mission objectIingguns The Americans were willing to give up only the small guns that would be useless in modern warfare The action of the Washington authorities has created a bad impression at Ma drid Piece of sew for Duke Don The Grand Duke Boris will be surprised to hear says the Chicago Trib une that there are thousands of per sons in Chicago who have never been nearer the stockyards than just within longsmelling distance of them Poolble One of the old settlers says Chicago is derived from an Indian word mean lag strong Perhaps says the Chicago RecordHerald the Indians got their first impression from the stockyards Supplying n Motive Perhaps says the Chicago Record Herald King Edward merely turned over one of his castles in order tp dodge the taxes His Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life IS miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Wi II Brown of Leesville Ind en dured deaths agonies from asthma but this wondorful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He writes M now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Con sumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove Its mttehleBi merit tar mil Throat and trouble Gatrwitwd bottles Ocndt ldlbottJssINItPefl7 A boU1S N tore III MONEY FOR FILIPINOS Proposition Favorable to Extending Ltuniln to Farmer of the Philippine Ilnnd Some data regarding mortgage loans to small land holders under gOT ernment supervision has been for yarded to Judge Henry C Ide secre tary of finance in the lhilippine islands by Charles A Conant who was in the Philippines last summer for the purpose of studying coinage and banking conditions there Mr Conant says it seems that mortgage loanun der government guaranty are successful even under the conditions existing in Turkey and that Lord Cromer is preparing to extend the system In Egypt The National Bank of Egypt has already made loans of about 2 000000 of this character but as it is a commercial bank is indisposed to lock up further capital in this form of se curity A new bank is therefore in process of formation tn engage ex elusively in xmall mortgage and agri cultural loans The government is to guarantee dividends of three percent on the capital anti is to employ the public tax gatherers if necessary to collect the interest on loans Mr Conant said the other day I know that some menus of aiding the farmers is a subject very close to the heart of Gov Taft and Judge Ide There is already a Spanish law in the Philippines permitting the creation of mortgage banks but it apparently needs the support and active initiative of the government to put a plan of relief for the small fanners in prac tical operation Gov Taft and his associates have so ninny problemsbefore them that it will probably be some time before they will be able to take this up lint it will be greatly for the benefit of the Filipinos when they are able to borrow enough to equip them selves with the best seedjnd with mod era tools- RHODES GIFT COMPLICATED SI an r Detail of tilt iiisll luiian VIJt Dplny Annniiiirriiient of Ciii1nrIiIisS It is likely to be 1004 before any of the scholars who receive appointments lateIfind so many intricate details to be arranged that there is little hope of getting the curious system working ear lier George Robert Parkin principal of Upper Canada college Toronto who has been appointed by the executors to prepare a plan for the allotment of the scholarships provided for in the will will make a tour of the British colonies to ascertain the views of the local authorities and report thereon The executors will then draw up regulation governing the eligibility of candidates for echolarsfiips and with regard to other matters involved in the bequestSo complicated questions have been submitted for decision to the executors by governors and colonial premiers that they feel it would be unwise to expedite matters without a thorough knowledge of the opinions of all the various shades of thought nationality embraced in Mr land scheme RIVER ON KNAPSACKS The Novel Experiment Sacceiifnlly Attempted by the French Troop at Rhelni A battalion of the One Hundred and Thirtysecond regiment of the line quartered at Itheims has been making experiments to show that rivers can resortlingstreams being crossed on rafts or in roughandready embarkations con structed out of material ready to hand At liheims knapsacks were filled with hay and then inclosed in water proof tarpaulins and in this way a raft was made capable of carrying a battalion a stream 100 feet wide in an hour lover a half AMERICAN SCHOOL IN LONDON The UnJteil State Method of Teach lug by Correnpondence I to lie Introduced Two officials of an American corre spondence school have just left Lon don after completing arrangements to establish a branch nt London They made a tour of England fcr some weeks and conferred with English la boring men in regard to a scheme for forming college where workingmen and women would have an opportunity of receiving the highest class of technical education cheaply A member of on English labor union will accompany the men to the United States for the purpose of taking a course of study which will enable him to initiate the work in England Girl Azcends Dig Chimney To be hauled up in a basket in the funnel of a big smokestack 150 feet to the top and there to break a bottle of champagne on the side was a young womans experience at Cincinnati the other day Miss Cora Hagemeyer the daughter ofA P Hagemeyer secre tary and treasurer of the Baldwin PI- ano company took part in this adventure ascending the great new chim ney of the Baldwin Piano companys factory A luncheon was served on top of the large new boilers New Auto for Vanderbilt W K Vanderbilt Jr who made the automobile record for a kilometer of 29 25 seconds and the mile record ofi 43 25 seconds on a road near Albi took several automobiles with him OB kit jreturn to the United States A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures nil kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes backIgist will be sent by mail on receipt of tl Ono small bottle IS two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr EY Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box G29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug irista and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD tnisi Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have 1sedono bottlo of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for and bladder trouble I weighed 150 poundawheulbewin using it today I weigh 16p and I feel better tItan I have in twenty years audi cheerfully recommend Jt to the public KwpwitfullY- V4declv JOHN AjJUwnaSi So ca1lt1wlapre frtllHUl otbitWI j Ji DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE I ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES I EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE i ii e eaTTa e i3oAcsootov FtQ ON WITH THE l CW BUILDING Out With the Goods on Every FloorI 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 prevailing condition demand we must C LOS EM OUT even at a andIThe crowds that come day after day buy and tell the tale Come tomorrow then Great Removal Sale will be renewedwith better and BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVERi 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 fall This sale will only last until September 1 Dont delay and then say you forgot to come or intender to come but come now Come at once Come while yoir can get a chance at the entire stock ot 2t W D OLD AM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATOITBY VJ MILLER ATTOBNBTATLAW RICHMOND KasirncKT Office x the Burnam nnlldlng next door to armers National Dank feb3ly srAq 1h ATTOBKBVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Dank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chcn ults grocery W R LETCHER AilorneyatLaw RiciiiJONn KENTUCKY eSTOffice over Taylor JJros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN3ELLOns AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennttt old law office over Perry ThoniM drug stoic PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PIIYSICTASS AND SURGEONS RICHUONII KENTUCKY Office in the 105 Cdlins baiUuic jl and n Sec end Street ovei Vntte old drugstore J 11 G JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflico Prather Building Main Street Telephone at resilIence the Cart place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SUROEOK ICHMOND KeNTUCKY DENTAL STJaXRT LotLoot OP LoUISVILLB KY aOfflce next door to Government HaildlDg ftlcbmSndKy Office hours J to 121 to 4 nornly Harry M Blanton DENTIST lit Bennett Building fanlJTELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday September 101002 EYaiceII Sirs EfVace L t VI Osteopathic Physicians State Ink Trust II dg lterature htfni hell on pplis- QodVIUTAT pUHIo01 qf riij 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 AT Hurst Bros Department Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all itds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others O everuralls Groceries Queensware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of a Hinds We can save you money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE i7 HURST BROS e tJ FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order j Visit the Dgl r Ar t lly Our work hai taken First Prize fatdifferent State Conventions apr236moV ff awR I SPENGLER Home BFk Lexington Ky Subscribe for e The Richmond Climax DOnli gxi Yea iIJ I 0 i I Ia 1 he Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager ROBT S CHOWE Eflitor WEDNESDAY SEPT 3 1902 rUBLISHJCUXVKKV WEDNESDAY BV The Climax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS WwFOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce nON O O niLBEUT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from this the Eighth Congreulonal District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party- We are authorised to announce DAn H ORECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Itadi iou Circuit Court suoject to the action of the uemocratlc parly I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for ClerK if the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friend In the past will favorably consider any claims that I may have to the nomination if nom- Inated I promise to use all honorable means to pccurc my election and If elected to endenvor as I have In the past to faithfully discharge my duties a Clerk Thanking the peoplu for past and future favors I am S U THORPE We are authorized to announce GEOHOE D WHITE of Whites Station as a candidate for lerk of the Madison Circn t Court subject to t he action of the Democratlcpart- yRICHMOND still hasachance- to get the Standard Wheel Companys spoke facto which has been talked of some time and every encouragement should be given the enterprising young men who have been working for it Other towns about us are making strong bids for such things and we should not be behind them The Danville people have recently raised 25000 to have the Southern trains run into that town instead of Burgin The citizens ofNicho lasvi lie are now out raising money for this spoke factory that we want The day has come when nothing can be had unless it is bought and if the piice does seem high at the time the investment usually pays in the long run We ought to be able to offer as many inducements for such an enterprise as our neighbors While the spoke factory will not be such a big thing still it would help along some Itwill give steady employment to a number of men and steady work means a regular pay roll Thats what makes a town after all and it is just what we want here So we should keep after it until the location is fixed IN a suit growing out of the absorption of the Carnegie Company by the United States Steel Corporation it is said that President Delafield was paid 24771 for a three minute interview with J P Morgan If we only had the opportunity we would undergo the misery of conversing three minutes with the Worlds Boss for less money AN Indianapolis contractor is said to have shot his wife to death and then after running half a square killed himself He made a mistake by Hot running the half square first LSrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Let Us Gt- Togthr1111 OT illS paper question Here is n force IIf trained snlumnpn well versed in the Wall Paper Idleness making it a life stmy dvotlng time ability energy to i he nccnmnlutioii of knowledge Hint will servo you hero is a complete band of hlllgerB nnd decorators capable oxwtilinir tho simplest or the most el borato treatment in an artistic workmanlike manner The aro neni quick careful and anxious to please anti suit Hero is a stock of paper that would dj credit to a city tevoral titnos thi sizo of Lexington Oriuntal Tajiustriug Florals Stripes Colonial designs and colorings Everything that is new anti choice We will make the price suit you Thats our business Lst us give you an estimate on your w- orkUhBrorCo N MIN ASP BROADWAY ITXflGTON1 IJlp Gov Candler of Georgia in speaking of the reported merger of Southern railroads said that he considered it clearly opposed to the constitutional law of his State If the merger were attempted he said that the only way to proceed against the railroads in Georgia would be by injunction Attorney General Gilmer of North Carolina says that he will vigorously oppose any attempted con solidation in his State It is not thought that any official action will be taken in South CarolinaSWE earnestly hope that the Associated Press has not detailed all its star reporters to follow Big Teddy now that Little Teddy is out west see ing with the complacency of a Crown Prince parades of United States troops in his honor and receiving ovations from Papas subjects We yearn to know all about Little Teddys every movement and no bungling reportorial pen should be given the job of chronicling his doings Times ACTING President Foulke of the Civil Service Commis sion in a communication to the Executive Department on the part office holders may take in politics holds that those in the classified lists are debarred in taking any active part in campaigns The limitations are held to be not so strict as to those not in the classified service A WRITER in a wellknown magazine calls attention to the frequent mention in the daily press of the Roosevelt children and says If such be possible an earnest public is just one degree more weary of the little Roosevelts than of the oncecelebrated Baby McKee A Kentucky D A R A pfrsual of the many news paper loliniiiif tile auciey of th D AR somi time since awakened in the mind of the writer a curiosity as to whether she had ever seen a true Daughter of the Revolution Careful investigation revealed the fact that she had seen one and only one daughter ot those grand old Veterans who kept alive the spirit of freedom ntniiT the flame and smoke of battle after they had fired the shot heard round the world This daugh- er is Mrs Elizabeth Maupin who re sides near Whites Station and who is probably the only living D A R in this county Thomas Maupin the father of Mrs Elizabeth Maupin was born in 1701 In Albemarle county Va Being too Young to serve at the beginning of the Revolution he enlisted as a private in Col Thomas Poseys command which formed part o the Virginia line during the latter years of the war After leaving the service he married first a Miss Mickey of Virginia and alter her death Margaret Burnsides a daughter of Robert Burnsides of thte county also a Revolutionary soldier Thus Mrs Maupin is both a Daughter ftnd a granddaughter of the Revolu tion She is widely connected in Mis soun as well as Kentucky her sister Elizabeth having married Gov Daniel Gates of the former State It is beyond all controversy an lion or worth claiming to be known as a granddaughter even to the bird and fourthremove of those noble hlS who won for us our cherished independence The writer however is interested in those whose heritage of glory shines undimmed by more than one transmis lion and if there is in Central Ken lucky any immediate descendant of a sOldier of the Revolution shs would oneein it a favor to be notified thereof through the columns of this paper Let us make that old suit look like new by new process STOUFFER MAHLER Iailors MATRIMONIAL BALESMcWiioisTKn G Bales of Berea and Miss Dora McWhortcr of Urassfiekl were married at the homo of tho brides father L P McWhorter Thursday August 28 PurLLiHSALConx Leslie Phillips and Miss Lottie Alcorn both of Mote this county were married Thursday August 28 RELJQIOUS The regular seryices illibe held at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night A very successful meeting closed at U liiu fii dar The pastor Rev T C Ecton was assisted by Rev B B Bailey of Winchester There were fourteen additions to the church dur lug the meeting There will be preparatory services at Silver Creek Chapel Whites Station Thursday nnd Friday nights for the consecration of tho Lqrdd Supper on Sunday At the same place on Tues day SeptlC 720 p m the Presbytery of Transylvania will hold its fall session STATE or Onto CITY OF TOLEDO j83Frankhe is senior partner of tho firm of F J Cliuney Co doing businets in tho city of Toledo county and State afore sititi and that taid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CCTK FRANK J CHENEY Sorn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 7th day of Decem tier A D 1880 A W GLEASON SEAL oJ JLVOtCrY Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood systemSelhtF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c JJaLs Family Pills are the best lm A ripor man whq Is a iC rQIls dnbb o4 p tck of aU lzgdia1 wliiI rich one- li mwcd c fnr fall vfmrituhtyI DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female TroubleCURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary Tirllo Vr boner lie has spent a lIfe tIme curing just sucb cases as yours Alt consultations Torjrears I had backache severe pains across kidneys and scaldln urine I could not cetoutof bed without help Tho use of Dr Fcnners Kidney and Backache Cure restored me O WAGONER nobSTlIle Pa DniRRlgts 500 ft Ask for Cook BookFree CT UlTIIQniHPC Sure Cure Circular Dr umnhItuu Fenner FredonIaNY NATURAL GAS IN ESTILL Now Going to Waste But Soon to Be Utilized A picnic party was entertained in a unique way last Friday nfternoon jn Estill county when the supper was cooked by natural gas without the aid of pipe or burner The party among whom were Judge Hnzelrigg Capt M T Havens and Col John W Hodman of Frankfort Guy M C Alford and Sydney A Smith of Lexington Mr A D Windsor of Buffalo N Y dnd Messrs W R Letcher T T Coving ton R R Hurnam J K Worrel and R S Crowe of this city went np forth purpose of viewing the oil and gas lands of Estill The particular object of the visit was to inspect the burning springs on White Oak Creek where time natural gas pours out in sufficient quantity to supply the needs of a good sized city The party went up on the noon train and arrived at Estill springs in time for dinner At four oclock they left the springs and drove out to the Puckett farm on White Oak about five miles distant Here a most curi ous and interesting phenomenon is presented On a little creek which is nearly dry at present there is a space of about sixty feet in length extend ing on each side of the bank of the creek about one hundred feet from which gas is escaping in such quanti ties that it can be used to cook a meal for any number of aeople All that one has to do is to dig a hole from three tojive inches in diam eter strike a match light the gas which is constantly coininc up from time ground and he has a flame strong enough to cook with When the visitltors arrived at the place Friday afternoon they found Capt J K Worrell of this city al ready on the ground preparing supper Over one hole in the sand he had a huge coffee pot boiling away over an other he was frying meat and on a third his assistant was cooking eggs In a low minutes a splendid supper was spread A box about twpfeet square had been set several inches in the ground to collect the gas and in this box was placed a gas pipe run ning up about eight feet high When it became dark the gas was lighted and the flow from the pipe was strong enough to give a flame about two feet in length brilliantly lighting the little ravine Time ground through which time gas escapes is easily discovered It has an entirely different texture and com position from that which surrounds it std the line of demarcation is perfect lyi distinct All that ground through which time gas escapes is as fine as dust that adjoinining it is a heavy clay sil When there is water in the stream the gas bubbles up in number less places in some so strong that it can be lighted and will burn with a steady fianie on top ot the water Time oldest inhabitants some who have been familiar with the country for over fifty yearssay that the gas has been escaping in the same way and with the same pressure ever since they first knew the stream Capt Worrel while prospecting in that section just a year ago happened to hear of the place and went at once to see it Being convinced that gas could be found in abundance he and a few friends began at once to take leases on the surrounding lands About 10 000 acres have been leased and a com panv incorporated to develop the property and active operations will be ain in a short time All experts who have visited the place have been very favorably impressed with the conditions and believe that both oil and gas can be found in profitable quantities The formation there is exactly the same as that of the Ragland fields and the fact that the place lies in a direct line with the Ragland and Knox county fields is another good indication that it Is al right The reason for the singular and constant display of gas js believed to be that there is a large underlying body of oil bearing rock either directly beneath the point where the gas escapes or some where comparatively near There Jis either a crack in the strata of overlying rock which permits the gas to escape or it follows some strata of rock from where tie oil is to where that strata comes to the surface and permits it to escape If gas is found in quantities sufficient to justify it as it is to be hoped it will be pipe lines will be built to Richmond Winchester Paris Lexington and all the towns in Central Kentucky to which it can be carried successfully mdisPainIlaiiuit saved him from being a cripple thlsIinlmenLcontracted muscles stiff neck sprains pulnslLbystockton DKETFUS Elder James Young has just returned from Wailaceton where he has been holding protracted meeting for the past two weeks He reports a very successful meeting with thirtyfour additions to the church He was assisted by Elder Lunsford of Berea Elder Caleb Campbell of Irvine delivered two very interesting sermons in the Christian church at Dreyfus Sat urday night and Sunday Prof R C Adams of Panola has been conducting a successful clafsin vocal music at Dreyfus Mr B Baker died at his home Fri day night of infirmities due to old age MSJ Linda Yates and daughter MifsSallie Yates of Trenton Missouri are visiting MisSes Sallie anti Pauline Harris near CroQksvjllp v v florn1tQ tb wlfg of OeQffteSirM 1P1lr it teer 1 i tiegfl r 1l r it SJ I Wool Carding The ElusIon Mill Company will card wool Into rolls or batting any time during the summer nt 10 tenth per pound ang208t We have just received a carload of seed ryo which we are offering at the lowest price E DEATHERAOE Co House For Sale I offer for sale privately the dwell ing house and lot of the lateDr A W Smith deceased known as Westover Terrace situated on west Main slreet in Richmond Ky This is one of the largest most conveniently arranged handsomest and delightfully located residence places in Kentucky being comparatively new and in most excel lent repair having all modern improv ments and all necessary outbuildings There are four acres of land Terms liberal BBRTHA M SMITU aug27it Executrix Stops tho Cough and Works off tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets care a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents ZINC IN fAYElTE Rich Vein Betaf Worked by Richmond Capitalists The development of the mineral re sources of Fayette county has begun and is going on in a small way near the Clark county line Richmond capi talists Bono months ago leased Lee Smithas farm near Athens and are now engaged in mining zinc ore They began operations about two weeks ago and the ore is being shipped in car load lots to Louisville where it goes to a smelter The land seems to have yeins in paying thickness and there is now enough in sight to keep a force of men employed for some months This is but time beginning of the development in Fayette county and if the promoters meet with the success they expect in this first venture they will establish a smelter and go into time business right Time matter has been kept quiet up to this time but now thit time work has actually begun it has attracted a great deal of attention See our handsome line of samples and piece goods before you buy your fall snit or overcoat Prices right STOCEFEK do MAHLER Tailors September at Estill Spring Many of our friends think that Sep tember is our finest season in the mountains and all who have been our cuesls 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 attentivo service will be given Some charming people have already engaged rooms for September and wo 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 ail to our plan of making September redletter occasion we willmake you a rate of 8 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 R THOMAS Manager ChamberlainsStomacim byStocktonHow to a Balky Horse An officer of a city police detail said recontly When I was a mounted policeman I learned of a most humane aad kind way of ewing a balky horse It not only never fails but it does not give the slightest pain to the animal When the horse refuses to go take the front foot at the fetlock and bend the leg at time knee joint Hold it thus for three minutes and let it down and the horse will go The only way in which I can account for the effective mastery of the horse is that he can think of only one thing at a line and having made np his mind not to go my theory is that bending the leg takes his mind from the original thought The hardest thing to sweeten is a sour disposition Certain Cure lor Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party bicycletripbany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laceyville Messenger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before starting and one on time route I made tile trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was nlmost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton do Ha gan lm Swords and pens are all right in their way but the pretty typewriter is more killing LAND STOCK AND CROP Time Harrodsburg Herald reports the sale of a field of corn in Mercer at Sl75 per barrel Jake Htiguely and Judge J W Hughes bought fifteen 1200 pound feeding cattle from Robert Forsytue Monday at 51 cents They also bought several other bunches at the sam- efigureB F Sanders bought of Jim Mulholland of Georgetown fifty 1400 pound cattle at 0 cents Also of Jas McNutty of Scott county thirty five 1450 pound cattle a OJ cents with com mission Harrodsburg Herald If all the land planted in corn ia the United States this year were massed the area would exceed the British isles Holland and Belgium combined or fourfilths oCthE area of France or Germany NinetyEight Per Cent There Isa fascination about big profits to a business man But the con preferttoinhlslnvestmentaman who would not consider it a sound enterpriseIncimancesjim PiercesGolden weakluugsmost if not all forums of physical weak ness may be traced to starvation bodyfromtimealTectIoimDiscoverysuppliescondensed and assimilable form It makes weak mugs strong by strength diIlQtpureKJ IAI tTiirspnjbje f J b u f Lrtit j Have S L Idkilf to repair your old vehicles andjlraake them good ns new it i S L Midkill makesa spciltyof putting on rubber tires Give him a tiial order U S P Midkiflcaii supply you with any kind of a veLicle you desire and the prices nra always right Give him a call t j My stock ol cut etc waS ever more coinpletJtiman now and my prices will pleaso every bodyaprSO it LELAU If your wlt hcIOlkorJn fact anything in this line iieeda repairing take them taJ IJ Lane His work is the best ar30 if Meat dishes 10 cants eacbjone half gallon buctets 5 cents acll1 coffee 10 cents pe pound fkCExTSTi34 Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr Have just received one ot time finest lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps cnndelftbrns and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak jag a purchase in this line apt 30 tf L E LANE fhacloa For Sale A firstclass phaiton in good condi tion for sale For particulars callat Hotel Glyndon aug20lf For Rent Four rooms to rimnt cheap Well lo cated Apply to Tlniminu Grocery Co tf Dr Hobson dentist next doom to Government building tf Richmond Ky L33t A Knights Templar charm engraved with name and No Commander Leave at this office and get reward may tf G W EVANS For Sale I offer forsale my residence on High street Lot ia 00 x20 ft with new eta ble and all uecesuary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in cood repair and will be sold at a bargain If MHI Elizabeth Crow July Cost Sale at Ii V Elders Store For 30 days we of tor our entire stock ofclothing shoes carpets dry goods millinery mattings notions etc at cost Now is tho time to get bargains Our loss your gain Respjctfully tf E V Elder The L A Sunday trains are be coming very popular try them Low round trip rates to nil stations tf Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call andeeeinnt the State Bank it Trust Company C H CHENAULL and L P EVANS apr10tf Real Estate TO OURS A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brow Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents iThe stingy man usually makes a close friend A Ncdias Waste A cucumber thief ras shot and pain fully wounded in time stomach by a Cincinnati gardner What a sinful waste of amunltion Why not let him eat the cucumbers Glasgow Times Communication Jr Editor Allow me to speak a few CoughRemedywith the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give mo any relief untjl my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely relieved mo W S Brorkman Bagnell Mo This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Hagan Ire Do not fret about the failures of yesterday they may como to a mute acceptable shape tomo- rowPublic Sale Having decided to o West I will otTer at Public Sale on tho premises near Red House at 10 oclock on Saturday September 6 1002 the following property One combined sadd Ie Pony 5yearp old 1 extra good 4ycur old harness Horse and 7 head of No 1 Mules 3 3year old 4 yearling Jules 2 high grade Cows with calves 10 extra yearling Steers and 1 yearling Hull CO head of Sheep I No1 Jick l53 hands high Cyoars old and ore of the best breeders in Kentucky 1 surrey and and wagon with double and single set f harness 1 farm Vigon Hinder Mowing machine Cultivator Disc Harrow Wheat Drill Corn Planter and other smaller farming tools Will also offer my entire lot of household and kitchen furniture Will rent to the highest bidder tle Farm Containing 260 Acres for tho balance of lOOt and for tho year 1003 G E Dozier Red House Ky WALTERSCollegiate Institute A A A+ James T Barrett Principal Johns Hopkins Unlvjralfy Robert F Hotcheson Associate IlnmDdenSldney College A Highgrade Boys School that ptomotes thorough scol arship and correct habits of study Affords a Splendid General Education Prepares students for trance in to tin best Colleges and for higher standing in ninny institu tions Offers these advantages CcthmonsonseIpainstaking instruction hwellqualified and experienced teach ers Firm diselPllnet Study hours in the school rom nnder theinstructorsful location with thq commoJi groundelodernnasinm Good Athlej c Field Next Term opens Septembe Call OB or addrew t 3ARRPTT luyiteJ t ih MY L NOtICE TO CREDITORS I f A persons having claims against the es tate ofT Scott deceased are respectfaii- yrenested to verify them as Is required by Uw and present themetther to me or to my brother John H Welch at Nicholasvllle on or personaindebtedLOllald of and settle IDA W SCOTT 27 i Executrix TTJTScott deceased NOTICE aainstisame properly verified with the Executor on or before October 1 1002 or same will be barred Persons indebt ed to the estate are requested to settle at once j PHIL L WILLGING 20au 4t Executor oviI1 tItic RlilrolQ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VerSlIUesLawrenceburglShell 6 am and Cincinnati s3i5pm For Irvlno iMajn For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVK RICHMOND From LonlsTille Lexington and llMam Cincinnati r SlCr ni pmFromMillersO 3L BROWNING OeD Mgr KyRRichmond Ky LOST HORSE Lost in Richmond Court day a brown mare 8 or 9 years old 15 hands high scar on both hips foretop cut out and in good shape Liberal reward for any information leading to the recovery of same ALBERT REED 2t Mt Sterling Ky Public Sale ElbyHillPublic Sale on the premises runningftommouth of Tates Creek at 10 oclock a m on Vcdnidy hmg r 11 the following property About 400 acres of land to be sold in different tractsand then as a whole the largest amount realized to be ac cepted 23 head of catte consisting of yearlings twoyearolds and cows 17 feeding hogs and two sows with pigs the crop of corn to be sold in field and about 40 barrels old corn A full line of farming implements household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale J S White Admr Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals goneisIt costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early help later I have to refer the work to Oculist i+ I examine the in + the most intelligent and + careful manner without charge II glasses are + needed can supply the correct lenses mounted In any manner desiredt ++++++++i TV A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armera old stand 301 ly September Days At Estill Springs 4 + +1 + tp++++ 2 Are the Finest of the Year tJf We are expecting a big month in September House parties will be the order of the day f c sdtJ c tJOas t- JI S bt cuIg 41er3 1I tiJOtJ c cj 1t- JuQ 11 Fine Music Delicious Fare GolfPing Pong Bowling e oo tJ IIC- IttJtJ c5 S For terms ad other infoj matibn address WRt Thomas IRVIN icY tt i I BEGINNING July 1st I WILL SELL FOR Ten Days At the Hours From 8 to 3 oqlock at 6 6 Absolutely Cost The Following Goods Lawns Dimities Organdies Ginghams Percales Madras Piques Swisses allover Laeestin white cream and black Babies Lace and Swiss Caps Ribbed Vests and Union Suits Hopsacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook and Swiss Edges and Inserting Summer Corsets White DuckISkirts etc Gall andsee our Line and Purchase some of the Bargains 0 r OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHINGoI1 I1ZS is a to at JJ J 3 to 8 rL1 rfc rJDII 0fc Q 5 0 tJCI We are Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless of Manufacturers Cost Here chance get good Clothing Cheapj Pricese are at vast and tide lino we can you are sure to A of has is on Is that wb I z OMrsi 0 s e Mens Suits at Mens Best at l Mens Suits at This is about cost of Mens Linen Suts coat and vest IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS READ THIS Bays Suits o Boys Stuelis Good allwool three piece suits years We r KY ICfc Flannels Cassimere trimmings 149 1r togcthcWeLOUIS GUS STRAUS CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON fz New Goods arriving daily our ofSpringGinghams White Goods Embroideries Etc tneqnaledisCoronationBraidreadvmade Skirt DepartmentI- n please the most fastidious seiectfromand get prices buy completestock f v NewMatting just receivednnd Vow placed worldselecttheknow latest uptodate goodsat Lowest Prices u It aLeeS11itha jwrx oo1s aks- Oais 5 Allwool Allwool Allwool the the 500 pants Emporium been youhavethe Suits 49c 700 up to I LEADING Insertions otJ I r o = 1 Pctt CU IA na 11 4 onN flu rand Opening Of 11111ST1J1 rfll1111gs eveJrgederoSuit Trousers or Overcoat= call before you buy out of the city We eaotee a fit and satisfaction and prices below reingnwork Stouffer Mahler TAILORS p si We liaAe added a cleaninland pressing depart Mit yul can serve you on f 1S2 ie Richmond Climax FPtY SEP a lOO Your city taxes are now e Please call andsettle L P Evans tf City Collector 8c lost horse ad on eecond pace Kfslti Racket Store advertisje It iU is issue Banks havecr wat Covington tiir advertisement Sf r Mahler aro turning out re sfs overcoats and trousers to lsr an all the others tafr your timothy seedI av st received a car load DEATIIEKXGE Co T T u pate post on the east side vt Louse was washed out by watermelon juice Monday Ir rby11aotOls purchased- t Wl ii win t r McGuire 104 acres iaaJ mated on the Jacks Creek of r VIO Ir 5 your old suit and trousers 1UIm cleaned and pressed by s ncss s HEr MAHLER Tailors Ti iadies 01 Waco Baptist church- j a tciurt day dinner October benefit of their churchr r the t v Jestroyed by fire a few tfis Dog Lost v and white setter dog For a urn to II McLELLAX Lancaster Ave One Fare to Lcxiogtcn IP to Lexington via L A tic to 13th inclusive final C M Browning General manager IP Jvr NichoIasTille Sept 3ri and 4lh ivi t Nkholasville at one fare t ucl trip Sept 3rd and 4th account above occasion C M Browning General Manager Coin toBtrnslde K lee DaviH of Huntington Va iaierly editor of the CLIMAX is1 recently business manager If il tuner a Baptist weekly at n n ins been elected principal- t lrnside graded school He u his family to that places Great fire Line t r lard Oil Company is pre Hilda pipe line from Som- 1arkersbuig W Va Then Mil have branches running nil duetlions tapping the ity haglnud and other oil r State Tiiis will be an un a ri line and will be of great f oil fields of the State Twtlve Bloodhound Fops V Mullikin of Wilmore is t r I twelve of the finest blood- si in the country They are N wned by the county and at has done so well running r niiiaisin this and surround- t and out of the registered Belle Both sire and dam ill1 a iiistury for Jessamine n JiHsiiiiine Newt DiTiaic Ttrritcry- i njaiied at the office of the r if tLe Currency tliut W L k f Ians Ky a brother of the ns lr ot internaL Jlevenue pointed a national bank ex r r hert her divide the na ok urritory cuiniirising the lv Kenuirky arid Tennessee h Itk Kxauiiiicr It 1 Garrett xsntiners Y rkts and Garrett 61 abbiiigtun libt week when j cided1Jpon Delayed hwrk on the Uldham building il rammh dtlayed on account of rtrc unfortunate accidents sot e i nitractord time has been ex df1 sr veral weeks It was thought 5rst that the building would be cow tei II time for thu great full tradeI- L w this is impossible For this ct t most of tile full buIness 1pe carried on at the old staud at ill al1 First streets Mr Oldham tie East now liuyinc goods and ixfrcts to lay iu the largest and ist uiplete line ever carried in the ftoVoU1 following is the program of the cl ers Association to beheld at By town next Saturday eutinnal Exercise Vecome address Mies MaryScriv sr Kespouse C F Brock M nllc Vliat is a good school Peyton Cain iVhen and at whose expense should lexers institute be beldW S ekajierMiss Curtis SIcvinney Jow can a sense of right among pus bo promoted J H Amerine Music oonDInner on ground Mmol- ome life of the clJildC F Brock Recitation Mies Mary Coyle live best method ol teaching begin s to readMiss Nancy Wilson and rcas Francis 3ive proper incentives to study 8s Sue Scrivener The educative value of good houses ulchings and grounds Supt Wil n Wagers Educational spirit of the community jf Improve Itt liB Ql pi For Sale I will offer my home on High street for sale Saturday September 13 if not sold privately before that dAte Six rooms with bath room and all conven iences Good stable and garden ALEERICottlnj Scrape Bright Tudor and Lee Woolery two young men from tho country got into nlghlInwere arrested and taken to jail but were afterwards released on b2nd to await their trial School Opens openedMondayhundred and fifty pupils enrolled the first day On account of the large court day crowd many of the smaller children did not start so tho number will probably go over four hundred be fore the end of the week To Open ToDay In announcing the opening of Walters Collegiate Institute id onr last issue wegot the date mixed with that of an other school mid said the school would open Tuesday September 9 instead of Wednesday September As a matter of fact the school begins today and from the present prospect it looks like there will be a large attendance Buying Scenery Mr D C Wiggins Manager of the New Opera House left yesterday for Cincinnati where ho goes to buy new scenery and furniture for his house The work on the building is about completed and it is now ready for the finish touches and by the time house opens Sept 13 everything will be in excel lent order Mr Wiggins is preparing for a big nurturing the coming season and unless all signs fail he will have it Spoke Factory The Jessamine News says Messrs Chas tulton Cyrus Douglas and Robert Pulley of Richmond spent Sunday in this city The gentlemen are treat ly interested in Richmond securing the proposed spoke factory and in speak ing of the subject Mr Culton said It seems as if Nicholnsville wants everything that Richmond Is fighting for but in this case we do not intend to be outdone We have raised 52000 to buy tIre site for them and will give that much more if necessary to secure the enterpriseWater For Faint Uck Tire merchants and business men at Paint Lick are agitating the question of water works for that thriving little city The town is so situated that a perfect water system can be put in at a very small cost They have an abun dance of Vater close at hand and have a high hill just back of the town so that a stand pipe will not be necessa ry Paint Lick is the busiest small town in this section anl their enter prising business men usually get all they ask forIPedestrian Rights The right of a pedestrian on an e- stbU811t d street crossing over any vehicle wintever except those of the fire and police departments is absolute yet every day we see this established principle of American law violated by the drivers and by those who are not driving fast Perhaps oudo not know it but you have no right if you are driving to force any pedestrian to stop and wait until you go over a street crossing Yon are the one who is supposed to slop If injury orciirs to a pedestrian on account of your failure to stop you aro personally liable for damages Reptilian Convention The Republican County Convention was held at the Court House Saturday afternoon for the purpose of naming and instructing delegates for the dis trict convention which meets at Nich olasville today Tire session was a short and quiet one lion Brutus J Clay was elected Chairman and LP Adams Secretary of the convention llesclutions were rend endorsing the actions of the Administration Senator Dt hoe and the Hepublican Cembers in Congress Thirtyone delegates were appointed for the District Convention and were instructed to vote for Mr T A Chenault for Congress Former Judge E C Million was spoken of ns a possible candidate but he flatly refused to have his name put before the convention Oeneral Poyntz Honored A big book publishing house in which some of the most prominent men all over tire South are interested is to be located in Atlanta The cor poration is to be known as the South ern Book Publishing Company and is capitalize at 5250000 General J M Poyntz of this city has been appoint ed on Lie Board of Directors a position which his friends consider a great compliment as it came entirely wise licited Those interested in the proposed company state that it is the culmination of the movement to secure text books that deal in an impartialway with the south during the war period The names of men of national rep utation appear in the petition The capital stock is to be divided into stares of f25 each tor both preferred and common stock The right is asked to increase the slock to not more than 41000000 whenever desired by the stockholders The object of the concern as stated in the application is to publish text or other kinds of books or periodicals for schools or other purposes and also to do book and job printing of all kinds The principle office and place of bus lucas is to be located in Atlanta but branch houses will be established la other cities and jn every Soathcrs hhI itinE DKATUKBAGE Co Keep your morley at home when vou want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER MAULER Tailors Two Dollars For Cora Corn Is selling in the Kingston neighborhood 2 per barrel in thc Held This is considered a very good price for the season and possibly bet ter than was expected as it was reported some time ago that tire price would fall ranch lower This years crop is one of the largest ever made in the county New Stop The hand shop at the hums Cooperage Companys plant which was de stroyed by fire about six weeks ago baa been rebuilt and will he Teady fur occupancy in a few days The new shop is larger than the old uno and will give room fur mure hands It is located about on hundred yards from the factory so as to lessen the danger from fire Two Houses to Open Richmond after having been practL wily without an opera house for twelve years will hereafter be able to house every show that comes this way as two excellent play houses will be open ed before the end of the month The Wiggins1 Bros will open their new house on the 13th and the Grand the new house now being erected by Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F will be ready about the 20th floUr houses have booked splendid attraction for the season Shooting At Ford At Ford Thursday Bob Johnson shot Fuller French in the back the ball passing through the right lung inflict ing a wound which is probably fatal Johnson surrendered to the town au- thorIties and was confined until that afternoon when Deputy Sheriff Stoke ly brought him to this city and placed him in jail Both parties are colored and bad blood existed between them for some time owing to the attentions of Fuller to Johnsons wife Johnson waived examination and was held over to await the action of Circuit Court Winchpster Democrat Court Day The crowd in town Monday was the largest we have seen here in months and all business was good Norris Bros Stock Yards reported 800 cattle on the market with pricespfroui 3 to C cents 700 sheep at 3 cents Market fair The Madison County Stock Yards reported 1090 cattle The common grades were 50 cents off but good cattle steady 500 sheep prices from 2 to 3 cents or about onehalf cent from last court There were about 100 hogs of iered which brought from 5 to 6 cents The mule and horse market wa slow Election Commissioners The State Board of Election Com missioners Messrs Samuel J Shackel ford Charles B Poyntz and George W Long held a meeting at Frankfort Sat urday for the purpose of selecting from lists of five names submitted by each of the two parties in each county the Democratic and Republican Com ty Commissioners Under tine law the Sheriff in each county is the third member of the Board In Madison county Mr It B Terrill Jr was selected as the Democratic Commissioner and Wailer Bennett as the Republican The Commissioners for the neighboring counties are as followsEstiiiW R Smith Democrat Ir vine W H Lilly Republican Irvine Garrard G B Swinehead Demo crat Lancaster W McC Johnson Republican Lancaster JacksoaJ iyenham Democrat Moore Crack C P Moore Welch llOrSJessamilleJ J Richardson Demo crat Logana J U Murphy Republi can Ambrose All But One It Is learned that Kentucky Demo crats have notified Chairman GHKKS of the Democrtic National Congres sional Committee that the Democrats will gain two Congressmen in the State this fall and will elect ten of the elev en members This information is said to hue been given to the National Committee by Kentuckys present Democratic Representatives According to this the National Committae is relying on Mr John Si Hhea to defeat Mr US Irwin in Louisville Time Democrats concede only the Eleventh district to the Republicans- If the hopes of the Democrats are realized Kentuckys delegation in the newCongress will be First PistrictOhlie M James Second District A 0 Stanley Third District Jobs S Rhea Fourth DistrictD II Smith Fifth Distrit SwagarSherley Sixth DistrictD Linn Gooch Seventh DistrictSouth Trimble Eighth District George G Gilbert Ninth District James N Kohoo Tenth DislrictJ D Hopkins Eleventh District Vincent Borcing Republican Resolutions Lust weeks CLIMAX contained the notice of tne presentation of a loving cup to Dr L G Barbour by the Madison County Alumni Association of tine old Central University The following resolutions were read by Hon J A Sullivan on that occasion and adopted unanimously by the Alumni Association He it resolved by the graduate Alumni and Alumnas of the Central Uni versity of Kentucky residing in Madison county Kentucky as follows namely We have learned with sincere sorrpw and regret that our beloved Professor Dr L G Harbour Iris determined in the near future to remove froni Madi son county to become a permanent citi zen of Louisville Ky When the doors of tine Central Uui versity were opened in Richmond in 1874 lIe was one of the ablest and most distinguished members of the faculty Occupying tho chair of pure and applied mathematics and contin ued a professor in the University until the consolidation of 0ntro Collegn and Central University was effected in 1001 We his former students certify that he was kind yet firm and impartial jn discipline thorough and painstaking in instruction always holding before nis pupils the highest ideals of Jifej commanding their respect and freely receiving their aojolnte confidence and sincere affection which have only increased with advancing years By Ins departure our community loses its ripest scholar and one of its purest Christian citizens It affords us pleas ure to tbus record our estimate of him and we wish him all happiness In the ijl1tt yr oJ liij tJftjl fcr PERSONAL Mrs W W Pigg has returned from Tatham springs Col JTG Craddock was a caller ato this office Thursday Miss Florrie Chenault entertained at cards on Friday morning Misses Lettie and Bess Crowe left yesterday for Frankfort Miss Minis Engle visited friends in Bourbon county last week Mrs W E Myers is visiting Mrs C J Mjers in Lexington Miss Anne Bennett gave an informal Euchre Saturday morning Miss Margaret Petit of Lexington is visiting Mrs Coleman Neff Mrs M J Haden of Louisville is theguest oT Sirs R E Little IJev II G Turner left yesterday for London to attend Conference- Dr J S Turner and wife of Irvine visited here last Thursday Dr L J Frazce of Lexington was mingling with friends here Friday lion John B Chenault ot Frankfort was iujhe city several days this week jfr and Mrs II G Wallace and Mrs Alfred DouclasspeiittSuuday in Irvine CapU S F Rock ol the U k A mgi neering corps was in the chyJSatunlay Misses Mary and Margaret Miller visited relatives In Lancaster latt week Mr Thomas Campbell of West Vir ginla is visiting his family in this city Mrs Curtis Parrislr has returned from a weeks visit to relatives in Vir ginia Mrs Lucle Wvlchof Danville ji the Kiitft of her sister Mrs Elizabeth Uiowe Dr arid Mrs W W Burgin have reo mi UI from a two weeks stay at Crab Orciiiinl Mrs J M Webster of Cincinnati is the guest of her daughter Mrs J Cal vin Taylor Mr and Mrs William Jones of Higbee Mo are visiting relatives in the county Dr and Mrs C H Vaught have re Trelllton1 Danvf1Jelison High street Mr and Mrs J V Logan formerl of Paint Lick have tone to Clark county to reside Mr and Mrs Harry Scnvner of Station Canp are visiting Mr and Mrs Win Wagers Mrs Lou Elgin and Mrs Charles Arnold of Georgetown are guests of Mrs H G Turner Mrs Charles Hendren has returned to her home in Beatty ville after a short visit to relatives tiers Rev Dr Dodge returred Monday night from a months visit to his old home ia Jacksonville Fla Mrs Jane Shearer and granddaugh ter Miss Margaret Perry of Brighton are visiting Mrs Ann Watts Miss Margaretta Smith has a moi enthusiastic dancing class of twenty five of the junior society set Miss Letcher entertained at Ping Pong last Tuesday evening in horror of Mr Wayne of Cincinnati Miss Grace Grinstead of Flemings burg is visiting Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead on Second street Mrs M Ashby Jones of Richmond Va is visiting her parents Co and Mrs C S Turner at Silver Creek Rev George O Barnes who was the guest of Mrs R E Little last week left Monday to visit friends in Lexing tornMrs E B Hume entertained Miss Sue McRoberts of Danville at dinner Saturday night Covers were laid for twelve M W D Oldham left Monday fur New York where he will buy the largest stock of goods ever brought to this city Ttfr J A Hampton of Harrison county and ReyJ D Thurmond of Owen county spent Monday night with friends in the city Mrs Nannio Feland and daughter who have been making Lawrenceburg their home for the past year have returned to Richmond to live Mr F H W Clay who has been located in Cincinnati for several years has moved his office to PitUburg and writes to have his CLIMAX sent to Np 518 Frick Building Mr Boen Zaring who has been vis iting his parents Mr and MrsJ W Zaring for several weeks left Saturday to resume his position with the Hanan Shoe Co in New York Mrs Ruth Turner and two daughters of Richmond are visiting relatives hereMrs James Burnam of Richmond visited her mother Mrs Mattie Gay last week Winchester Democrat Miss Dovie Letcher gave a Dutch supper to Mrs Gilcspie of Virginia last Thursday Mrs Gliespie will be pleasantly remembered as Miss Ruth Pepper who went tire old Central University of Richmond Gov M C Afford of Lexington Judge J H Hazelrigg Capt W T Havens and Hon John W Rodman of Frankfort spent several hours in tho city Saturday on their way home from Estill Springs Dr Eugene Hume of Richmond inns moved to Lexington to make this his home in the future Dr Hume is a very clever physician personally at tractive and already lias marry friends here who will give him a very cordial welcome Lexington Democrat Little Irene Alverson of High street while playing around the house last Thursday had the misfortune to fall and break lint arm Dr Jasper was called in at once to set the bone and she is now improving rapidly Misses Jennie angEmma Evans wilh their charming guests Misses Nelson and Spencer of Richmond Va Miss Vest of Lexington and Messrs Harold McGoflln Harry Mathews and Harvey Nelson spent Sunday at Estlil SpringsMrs Sidney Heathman and little daughter Sallie V of Paris Mo vial ted Mrs B B Million in the county last week Little Miss Heathman al through only a child is an accomplished musician and her performance on the piano was highly complimented by those who heard her The people who have enjoyed the summer most are the juniors who have lost no time in iserryuiaklBg Beautiful entertainments have been given by the following members of this Interprising crowd Iindsey Blanton Stockton Hume John Foster Ben Warfield Bennett Joe Collins Stone Walker WItherspooii Dodge and many others A Nashville special to the Louisville Post says Miss Amelia McTyeirc Bwkei ville will leave the first week la etffibPV QT f1 1Cr 1bltor 1 shejwill fill tine Chair of English in tIle Madison Institute during the en suid Miss Baskerville is time daughter of the late Dr William Malone Baskerville of Vanderbilt Uni venjty who had an international rep utatlon as an English scholar and who did Southern literature much valuable service Miss Baskerville was a 1902 graduate at Vanderbilt University am her record as a student was a brilliant one Dr Norton Mourning of Louisville led ii brilliant germ tin this week as sistul liy Miss Harriet Dai nail of Lex ington The figures were skillfull arid in iuany cases unique In the golf Bguie n pretty girl golf stick Jin hand sent a golf ball spinning the entire length of the ball room into the ranks of the men lined up to scramble for it The mUll who got the ball got the girl as partner The girl who got the mitten was another novelty on the scene one of the favor figures being embel lishiid by funny little white silk mitts There was something doing too with dice that aremed entertaining to the participant and flower figures and candle figures uhd many clever devices Eitill Springs Cur CourierJournal A delightful house party has been heM the last weekiat Rosedale the an cestral home of Col and Mrs John Cunningham of Cunningham Station Bourbon county The host and hostess werj assisted in entertaining by Mrs Laura Estill Frances and little Miss Nannie Clay and among the happy guents were Mrs Pattie Chenanli mum of Florida Mrs C F Estill Mrs Wallace Estill and Miss Pauline Estill of Fayetto county Misses Doug las Julian and Lillian Julian of Fla Mr Douglas Estill Mr D C Estill Mr L W Estill ofFayette county Mr Vimoui Bean Miss Rosa Darnaby Mr Hugh DAnna of Lexington Mr MB White of Madison The dear old grandfather of the family Maj J T Eslillof Ft Estill was expected to be the chief guest of honor but to the regret of all was unable to be present Rosedale is one of the most beautiful and interesting of tine old homes in Kentucky and is filled with rare old titHsureacif tire arts and crafts remind ers of lirvar ilayrt and a collection ol tine family portraits for five generations A gilded spinning wheel hum once be longed to Mrs Cnnninghnins great grardmothcr Mrs Robert Bodes wife of Col Rodes of Madison can be seen in tile hall beneath her portrait and It handsome tall mahogany wall clock with the moon upon its face antique candelabra pieces of old china brica brat antique silver baskets and coffee and tea services of silver in rare de signs carved rosewood and mahogany colonial furniture are among some of the treasures of tire house which were the envy and admiration of all the gueiits Col Cunningham the gracious bos is said to bear a noticeable resemblance to the portrait at Mt Vernon of George Washington The favor ite singer of the company was Mice Martha Chcnnult Estill of Fayette cuuiy who delighted all with her h nlttiful voice and her generous re upiiiid to tire elemands upon her talent Till lust evening of tl pirFtay the guest hid tire treat of a regular prram ol mufic songs violin and piano solos and chornses All dusting the week the house was given a charming festive air with decorations of flowers and plants and all the fruits and good things ofthe season were served with bountiful hospitality BIRTHS LITTLE To the wile of Mr W A Little of Irvine Ky August 28 a son which lived but a few hours DEATHS WITIIKKBURV Mrs Withenbnry mother of Mr R N Withenbury of thin city died at her home in Glendale Ohio Tuesday after a short illnes- sHurnTWIlhie the twovearold child of Mr and Mrs Den Hurst og Walnut street died yesterday morning after a short illness The sympathy of a Inrce circle of friends is extended the bereaved parents in their sorrow HOOD Mrs J Ann Hood one of the wealthiest and most prominent women of Marion county died at her home ih Lebanon Monday of heart failure in the seventysecond year ef her age Sire leaves two daughters Mrs J Khdby Irvine of this city aud Miss Florrie Hood of Lebanon uL1oslIr Ira Million died at his home near Hanley Jessamine county Monday August 25 after a short ill ness Mr Million hall resided in Jes samine but a short time having gone there from Fayette about six months sac With the exception of five years spent in Fayette he bad resided in this county all his life having been born mere in 183G Besides a wife Mr Million leaves four sons and three daugh ters He was a good citizen and Chris tian gentleman and his death came as a great shock to his family and friends The funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning by Rev I B Timbcrlake after which the remains were brought to this city for burial tiiimsMAX On Friday August 29 at 12 oclock the death angel visited tins home of Mr and Mrs David Gen try on Red Lick and called from them tlnir youngest daughter Mrs Leonard Ctrieman She was lust in the twenty first year of her nge and the flower lof her life was just budding when tim fr st of death fell and lies beautiful lif was ended Mrs Chrisman was a member of the Christian church at Bear Wallow and will be greatly missed in religious circles for she was always ready to lend a helping hand wherever it was needed She was a loving mother a faithful wife and true friend A husband an infant daughter are left to mourn her loss The sympathy of the entire community is extended to them and to her family in this hour of their surow Wanted Tww hustling young men to go on tre road Expenses advanced Call at R berts House Saturday Sept 61 t03- WELLS The Car Shops The main building of the L A car sliopsi well underway and tho roof it being put on this week Tire other biildlngs lUbe erected as soon as this one is finished so that all will be finished before winter The machin Uts have already begun to work in thnew building TIrHe Gee Oees InC Wiggins Bro announce the following attractions for their new house dutig the month Septem Ijer 13 WhoWh tWhen Septem bpr 18 Caseys Troubles September Old Farmer Hopkins These at t actions are Irk eUwe inevery rrgp ct 1tI all who enjoy good shows Ii0f14 I c a Ckratt Crat The September term of Circuit Court convened Monday morning Judge J M Benton presiding Very little bus mess was done until yesterday win the juries were empanelled the Grand Jury is composed of the follow ing gentlemen J W Ballard Foreman Herman Marcum J To Long A McWilliams J R Dunbar Thomas Phelps Hayden Tnrpin J H Kenne dyWH West Speed McKean Rob ert G wynn and J T Davidson Al Fresco MusicaL The young Ladies Missionary Circle will give an Al Eresco musical at the residence of Mr and Mrs McLellan on Monday evening September 8 at eiilt oclock A small fee of twentyfiv cents will be charged the proceeds to- go to tine mission work in the moan tains of Kentucky A most enjoyable time is promised with the leading mu sicians of the city Refreshments will be served gratis A cordial Invitation is extended to all to attend 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun day Sept 7th via L N leaving on fast line at 352 a m returning leave Cincinnati at 730 pm Train will leave on time It ia uot always the men who is full of hot air that rises higcst The customs inspector goes where duty call- s1ADISON 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 institu tions of the world such as Columbia University NV Y City the University Michi ganJAun ArbojrVanderbilt 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 lastsession to see a sick student Be cause of these and other ad vantages which no other school affords Madison Insti tute 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 cellentinstitutiontheirfulland hearty support Dont think of sending to another school because it is cheap Beware of cheap schools In a matte so important as the edu cation of our children noth ing 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 alize the injustice they are doing those children Are they mindful of the fact that the girl vho 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 taine 1 herein their own county seat Vit Madison Institute Call on or address J W MCGARVEY JR- President aug203t Richmond Ky Sunday round trip rates on L A 100 to Versailles 65c Nicbdlasville 700 Irvine 05c Millers Creek One fare to all other stations tf ifINE TkItORINGWe are ready with a fine display of woolens for winter Suits C yercoats and Trousers Ouristyles are correct workmanship the best a perfct fits qua anteed or no sale Let us have your measure early J c ff 1 11 Jf P The Cherry Tree brandsthe finest ready- to wear A splendid showing of falland wiiiter inspection ALK=OVER SH0ES A to choose from Our sand bqysfshoe and best in Richmondevery reliable kind from and youll like our prices and quality One FALLSHOES Everybody Every time GO FOR MEN AND BOYS BARGAINS IN r ArTD- t SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers for Children 50 65 75 aud 85c Rothchilds Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals for Children Go and Soc Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals 98c125r 150 and 198 Ladies Patent Vamp Vici Mautish Oxfords 1 50newest shapesSunrise 2t to 7 worth 2 our price Rothchilds Men Shoes Chrome Kid 4 styles branded 250 our price Infants Moccasins 10c Infants soft sole Shoes red tan white blue black 25c CLOTHING We are Showing large line of SUITS at 800 and 1000 that cannot beequaled Boys Knee Suits 98c to 600 Boys Knee Pants 10 to 9Se Mattings 10 to 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c You are invited to inspect our MILLINERYDEPARTMENT r Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade Just Look at Her Whence came that step faultless skin rich rosy complexion smiling face Sire looks good good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kints New LUo Pills Resultall organs active digestion good no acintis I 0 chance for blues Try 25c at Perry Thomlts1mCows For Sale Tvro valuable Jersey cows for sale Apply to MBS A W SMITH augJOtf FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SALE Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burnett Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was re cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are not damaged in the least and thesebargains are without a parallel in this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothing is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for y irself the bargains that are being offered and get first pick fkm this immense stock of GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DdBROWSKY P1qt First St Opposite Cou House Gate I rD1Th mOrld KYi j tC 1 HEADY TO WEAR d BANKS Leather 175 Baby Caps JOcto 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750n E V ELDER Did You Ever Miss Your Train Just because your watch was uot keeping the tune correctly Most of us have and it is very annoying I have every facility for WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRINGa- nd can fix up tine old one for you or sell you n new ono at a price so low it willsurprise you Timing watches a specialty Victor BogaertMANUFACTURlNGtJEWaLER AND IMPORTER 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KVI Must Go Regardless of Price As executor of the estate of my father George M WilIging I will proceed at once to settle the business and from this date until every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard ofUnjtheiCpunty There is in stockjj 0000 Rolls of Wall Paper T- t 9 I fThe newest and best selected stock in the State whichwill be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser- I There tsalso in stock a complete line of oi o i I Picture and PicturenFrames t that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stock must go Thereis also a complete line of Paints1 Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window Shade WinSoy Glass Sash eTc and an entire outfit of I 1 Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposecTbf This is a genuine sale as the goodsniust Ibe closed out and that at your own price You have the priv ilege of fearing theentire stock or any part desired Gall e rlv- land jjILLWILLINIL get the pick of the stock J v ti J ex ptOl1 jf rr 0IItr r TO THOSE tlJ wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence teri 111it file it tlii JJJIUVS in tIIisu lullwlnlI ArbacUle iSinvious rarev Si Hamilton Ju S io veil J AUlu i V WbitIk Jftflbtppfluirton J WTietc- rJWPrewiIt L A W arre 0 McVh rtrr lllekner Harl JT Coy ft hmond v Red House Valley View n Kliriii Newby Iluthton Paint Lick all irrlon n na- IIfL8 hUe For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will H oso nf tho fullnwiiiK judgments AJ W Webber Heritor Ky 28 Ueorge Potter Clinton Ky m 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Lv = 00 N G liraudon cki Loiter Ky 000no 2- 0Jt YUIIRSOII hIaiuw Ky 4410 VM Kncpiluu Miltm Ky 28 N Philip oIt IvC6 28 Ferdinand Sclmble IxiuUvllle 4 9Ui t W lltrenu Louuvil e H J Uurrett Prenlou sit ronl Jtersonr- ounty Ky 5 60 Austin Kockport Kym 136 II Send bids tu National Collection Agency WASHINGTON n o- 1myt Im u If hIl tvtriigc liiiUS4 lligtslive llp8r a 14 sillritit liis conscience doesnt IMUlltlc huh llMlcIl Soda Pop is L purely temper iiiiue 4lrinlc It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP 0 of nil llavors and wish to plaje it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky FreeReclining Chair Cars rBllotOD ALL IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY tt TEXAS GH6GTAW FLYER 4 Memphis to Little 46 UtnpbU to Hot Sprlnj 6 MrUPHIS FtnRecllninCiilrEquipment UnjorpiinJ Saperb Sonic JlemphU Ticket lilIes Vain St IItTenav TaII0oroLilly llurk Ark l wnIIn everi and village I may be had 1hthe IMlca i iGrease athat makes yourI I OIL CO ELhorsesgiad 44MCALIi AT + + + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo Itth hrs Oennlne Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap Phone 3 Second St RTGHMOND Y- ROUTEl 0 PopularExcursions TO Old Point Comfort 04 And Ocean View Va daysReturninO will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and September 2 Solid vettibulfd Train dining carp Hlcitirio lights Pullman Sleepnrv stopover nllnwed in the inutintnins ollicrPhoellix 13 Round Trip ryt w BARNEY D P Jlin PIH A G A Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enquirer ctu ootcto 97OOOTo be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intellectual and profitable study A contcst 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 10000 will be given by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at lime of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of whichequal 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 t ENQUIRER 1ROFITSHARING BUREAU JVx7i6 Cincinnati O Louisville Henderson and St Luis Railway I Homeseekers Excursions I AT- LOW RATES TO TIlE L WESTTickets on Sle First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Wvy Rates to the Northwest and CaJifornJau Points XXX XXX For Further Informtxtlon Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Txv Visa lIent Gen i psqL- QThsvIILEcY a I Toe Sale Two apleudid building lots In the best part of the city One is 00x204 and the other 103x300 For terms np ply at flifs oflifl mch2Gif MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New iscoYry yon Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicinS positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough rio CURE NO PAY Price 50c 51 Trial Bottle Free Maeatj FORA SitlttiM M hIkKItsPHONOGRAPHY T WrIIIe T jum WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY for clrcnUr of bis famous and TMponalhU- COMMEKUL COLLEGE PF KY UTOiSiTY Awarded Hedal at World ExpcwlUocu Refer to thooundi of rradnites poritlons Cot of Full Buln M Coarae inclodlnj tlonIiooki and Hoard la Umllr about S1torthWTnWriting d Telgraph11ipeeiali raThe Kentucky Unlrenlty Diploma under MtL wirded graduated Literary lcfID free tf dcdfW No vacation Enter now Graduate ineceMfil I order to Aar er tvtivr recA w fdJrta fntf WILBUR RSMITHLEXINCTONKV Public Sale llnvinc decided to so Vest I wil offer at Iulilic Sal on thn preiniaer near Hcd iiotine at 10 uctekeu Saturday September 6 1003 the following propirtv One combined raddle Pony 5ypnr out I extra jiootl 4 yrar ultl liirneh HortiB and 7 head of No Mules 3yeur old 4 yearliiiK Mule 2 hijjl grade Cows with calves Itrxiryearling Steers niiil yeiirliiiir ISnil 5t head of Silierp I No I Jack I53 aain liUh 6years old ami one of the Lien breeders III K ntiipkv I Irrv nnd and wa on with double and single self IiarneMt farm Wutrun Hinder Mowing uiicliine Cultivutnr Mm Harrow Wheat Drill Corn Ilantei lOll other smaller fanning t mls Will also otTer my entire lut uf liousoholi and kitchen furniture V111 rent to the highest bidder tin Farm Containing 260 Acres for the balance of 1902 and for tin year lJ03 G E Dozier Red House Ky WALTERS Collegiate Institute James T Barrett Principal Johns Uopklni University Rob F HntcBeson Assoc tt HamcxlenSIdney College A Highgrade Boys School that promotes thorough scol arship and correct habits ol study Affords a Splendid General Education lrepare rtuilentf for entrance in to I Ill heist Ctllejie and for higher Btamlin in many iiSiitn lions Offers these advantages An advanced lUlII1110ne e n IiItouise of Study iIuorisnglii paiimtnking illSI qnaliiiiHl IIUI1 experienced teach ers Firm discipline StUly hours in the srhnol room ntufo the personal Miptrvlaioti of tin i rectors lfcauiiiil Hull licalli till location with thu iiiiiiiiiii inH U liiiililinim and pnttindf Moilern and w ll iquippid Oyin nabiutii GIKK Atlilciic Field Xext Term opens Sopl ember 3 tall on or address JAMES T BARRETT luljrlJw IUCHS1OND K For Spring 9O2t White Cotton Dress Goods Victonsi Lawn Indii Linen Ptr ian Ixvn French Lawn Organ itsNaiusooJsf Nove liy Fancy Weave s Piques Madras Shiit ings IA 40 GoIoredfGofton Press Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings r 1 Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines i Wash Silks Ribbons l Agents for G ftdns Celebrated Shirts White AND Gibson RggNPfKyl 1 I t 1 THESECEET OF LIFE Carnegie Offers Scientists Big Fund to Discover Secret Apparntnt of the Mott Delicate Kind to Bo Provided In the Rffort to Learn Origin of Living TblnirB cAndrewhis great wealth to try to wrest from nature her secret of secrets the orig in cause and principle of life Out of the 10000000 given by Mr Carnegte to found the Carnegie loath tutlon at Washington to encourage Investigation research and discovery a large sum has been setaside for the construction equipment and endowment of this finest biological laborator lea in the world Several Chicago scientists who have made international reputations will hind private laboratories and quarters provided for them embracing every facility for working at the problem of artificial reproduction of proto 3lnErn The marine biological laboratory at Woods Hole Mass has been chosen as the foundation for the new institution The group of scientists who for several years have labored to establish an independent laboratory for original investigation at Woods Hole have in that time produced world startling results It was there that Dr Jacques Loeb of the University of Chicago first found that unfertilized sea urchin eggs could be developed by chemical process It was n Woods Hole also that Dr Albert 1 Matthews also of the University of Chicago performed the experiments that convinced him that the phenomena of life were elec tricalScientists from nearly every university in America have begun to turn to Woods Hole as the most promising of biological centers They sought in rain for endowment but the trusteea of the Carnegie institution have come to their assistance The laboratories which are to be built on the rocks facing the Elizabeth islands ore to contain everything that the scientists can wish to aid them The most delicate of electrical apparatus will be supplied The department of physiological chemistry will be especially well provided for Each of the investigators will have a private laboratory for his work and each will be able to draw on the endowment fund to carry on his work Scholarships will be provided to en carryontheirof the biological department of the University of Chicago will remain at the head of the Woods Hole school COBRA EATS SNAKE Voracious Reptile aUIie Philadelphia Zoo Flch with Female Then Devours Another A large Indian cobra at the Phila delphia Zoological gardens grew ac tie ind voracious the other day after sheddIng Ills skin and quickly ate up one of his companions The battle started after the noon day feeding tjme The larger of the two cobras struck at the female coiled around her neck and finally broke her back Then when she had been vobbed of her strength calmly began to gulp down the reptile Keeper Hess interfered with an iron bar and succeeded in forcing the ferocious snake to disgorge the half swallowed female Then in bunt fury the cobra struck at another smaller snake that just then raised Its head The large mouth of the cobra closed over the smaller snakes head and while it struggled and coiled around the tree in the cage It rras slowly pulled off by the cobra and gulped down inch by inch The swelling along the cobras body bowed the other snake gliding Into the monster INDIGNITY TO SUICIDE BODY Ur U Method suggested by Southern Minister lo ChecU the Mania for Self Deitrnctlon Indignities to the bodies of suicide as a means of checking selfdestruc tion was suggested hy Rev W F Lloyd a leading Methodist minister of Louis TillelCy in a sermon the other Sun day There are many people said he who would dread the infamy ot such indignity much more than they fear to violate Gods law and they accordingly would be deterred Again I ask should not those who attempt suicide and fail be restrained of their liberty In some way we must bring about a revolution of sentiment and instead of commiserating the suicide he should be condemned and execrated in the strongest terms German Honor for Ohfo Girl Jane B Sherrer an American girl a native of Franklin 0 has been granted the degree of doctor of philosophy by tile Berlin university She received the degree of A B from the University of Michigan in 1S93 Previ ous to that time she taught school It Oxford 0 arid Jackson Ill At the present time there are only four wom en doctors of philosophy of Berlin uni versity and three of these are Amer lean Lean Apt to Be Brutal Prof Eo Benjamin likes football says the Chicago RecordHerald but thinks the players should always be married Birthright for a Girl The crown prince we hope says thr Chicago Tribune did not throw his birthright in the face of the kaiser 1lfJerfYGZ fozsloptheclockher In such a nervous couditioirthe woman needs a building up oT the entire system It is useless to attempt the cure of the nerves I while the cause vjof the nervouS ness remains un V cured A very causeItion of the delicate womanly uism Favorite Prescription curesw- othanly diseases and nervousness which they cause It changes regularity wowenhealsperfecttonic inducingthteedI1rIhehospltalCornnof 416Klce Street 51 Paul Minn Was not to do anything If I would get up and walk InbedPrescriUonery and the result Is just wonderful I was 10 altthedoctortwicefcirsosickr but since I quit all the doctors and rightalong nowIand feel as good as ever r SenseMedical onQPSendC OWWIB or eUwips for doth 1IeiIN = Msa Dr LV 1y Cl1It NATURALIZATIONTO AID firNewS7aCea Immigration BureaU Will Simplify Step of Foreigners In Becjjxalng Citizen An importanJ part in the naturali zation of alien will bo taken by the immigration bjjreau resulting from the adoption ot a system for keeping a record of the newcomers This system will elnjplify the work of the courts will prevent frauds In the se- uring of citizenship and will tend to improve the character of those naturalIlzedinstructed the collectors at the vari ous ports to inaugurate a card system which will show when the Im- mIgrant arrivijs from where li came hIs destination and other in formation which will enable the government to kec3 track of him When immigrants apply for naturalization the court bcfoirc which they appear will ca lon tho immigration bureau I for information in its possession rel ative to their character the time of arrival and other data This will be furnished and will enable the court to reach a decision in the matter ccpingnot yet given authority to the courts to call for it hut the immigration of Semis stand reedy to cooperate with rccomtI report con gress enact legislation necessary to formally put this information at the disposal of the court CROSS OCEAN IN SMALL BOAT Capt Newman and Son Succeed In HemchlnK Falmontk From New York City Capt Newman nnd his son Edward have arrived at Falmouth England In the 3S foot kerosene launch Abiel Abbott Low in which they sailed from New York In an Interview Capt Newman said The launch has proved herself a noble boat but we experienced awful times since we left New York Several times in terrible gales we nearly lost our drag anchor owing to the gear chafing away We voyaged 3103 miles We had great trouble with the kero sene because the tanks which held it broke and the oil flooded the cabin My boy became ill aM homesick I suffered greatly from exposure and long sitting in ore position We spoke the American line steamer Kroonland in midAtlantic After this we encoun tered a series cf most severe gales and the hardships were so great that I feared we would not survive We did not speak another vessel until we met Sicilyislnndslongest I ever ran in my life I would not hesitate however to try the roy age again The voyagers rarely used the sail on the launch Capt Newman lost 30 pounds in weight on the trip but his son seems to have derived benefit from the experience SURGEON TO PRESIDENT Dr G A Lung of the United State I Navy AsilEned to Look After nooae ella Health Dr George Augustus Lung surgeon United Stttes navy has beer selected by the navy department for duty as surgeon to the president to succeed Dr John F Urie who was made assistant chief of the bureau of medicine and surgery Dr Lung was born in New York and entered the naval service in 1883 Ills excel lent record and active service commended him to the navy department for hisJiew assignment He was with the naval expedition to Samoa in 1899 when a number of American seamen lost their lives ii an attack upon hostile natives His gallant work with that expedition earned for him a special letter from Secretary Long complimenting him upon lila heroic attention to duty He was later attached to the relief expedition to Peking and was specially commended for his excellent service lIe is now on waiting orders in New York having been detached from active service last De cember ALASKA BOUNDARY MARKS American Army Engineers Prove Dr pnted Territory Never Belonged- to Great Britain Skaguay advices say the question of the destruction of the old Russian monument in the disputed territory between Alaska and British Yukon has been settled Lieut Owens baijl found two monuments in perfect repair and definitely located the place where a third one had been destroyed Owens also found an old stormhouse on the summit This was called the boundary house when the Russians occupied the country This establishes beyond all doubt that the Russians did occupy the territory now disputed and that the boun dary line according to the treaty is where the Americans claim it to be AVed nnd Build Their Tomb Among the August weddings record ed in Milford Pa vas that of George Gledhill years old and Anna 76 years old Tin aged couple had been admirers of each other for dec ades but it was not until their old age that they decided tc marry Mr Gled hill is now spending his spare time building a mausoleum for himself and his bride lIe has already prepared the tombs and has them suitably in scribed with headstones with the names of himself and wife The graves are within a tones throw of their home NotDoome For Life SlodIIJctellPIIO for liVes and Fistula out when nil tailed Bncklon A ride Ulve cured mo in tw weeks ole iirn lniis rA cuts tornx ores crop tion irt IMiciun piiH or hu- nnc pay Itt jy ry 111011lIil chug Store 1i JIa ivs tlm1 com p 1q ttiep Ufiir 01 Ht cheap counn in b il irjrif om Fortune Favors a Texan Mavinff pains in head lark and stomiicl and being without ppeIito I lieirnn to IIP Dr Kings Vew Ufe Pills xvriUjj W P White iRtd of Kenned ln Cix and soon felt ike a mw men TntijjIUiln in stomach tPerryThioinas =The ronclii i III that mIR tire uncor rcnial is male irresistible hr the fac hilt it is so dim cult tqpfake them roret Lurid glories do notiaiako liglit read ing as n inlo I II is wliPn he lias n9iliuu ho bend Unit ft man is moit to get hot in the ollar Thin tuupi on hue ladder of success are farther t lparinule bottom porno dealerAKOfin tljtliinktlinl tggs ire fresh until tlipNjeRin linppng around in search of ilie unsuspecting worm ij fLq man who must he III1t cl 11onTh iwtoBM IfQ tW1ter a Q11 ejilli J MOTHERHOOD I The greatest 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very bad ases have been permanently cured by it J is equally efficient for itching piles ani a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains froet bite nnd chronic sore eyes 25 eta per bozo Dr dailys Condition Powders art jnst a horse needs when in hat condition Tonic blood purifier und vermifuge They are not food bnt medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package Gas Reducttotn- A out one year ago this company materially reduced pus and water rates It tins been fiicouruged by iucreustU pa roiiage in both during the present year that it has cti ruiincd to allow discount uf 25c per 1000 feet on illu niitiHtini gas furnished on and after lee I 1001 thereby reducing the net Iriof ua9 from 200 to S175 givconhRI pllhisnonlh at the office1 or who is indebted o till company for wilier All delin inent persouM will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ix eption- Reopectfully RtciiMovn WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 liXd dec 4 If Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY poleMadbonto teach Ten Dsys Musical Con rudimenLIprIracteolmlellnK Catherine Can furnlsli male occasionsPleaseSOjlSm Natures DangerSignals Do your eyeS hlur atTUrffesr readingArcaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone lealizedIteyes if done in timQ I can IhaveOculist ++++ t+ + + + + + i I examine the In + the most latehiient arid careful manner without + charge Jf glairses are + needed I cia supply ih 1 A correct lenses i in any manner n10unledi T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler KyArmers r Beautiful ThoughtsThe sweet pure the babe is suggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is in auiditontheTo relieve pain and make easy that againMothers is popularly used It is liniment easily onlyPregnantit being undeniably a friend to her during natures tents of suspense and anticipation nothers ir used throughout thereblpreventingmuscles strniningwith the burden will relax b ome and elastic from itsIcontinuednpplical1on in the abdominalregion will respond to cover- con1ainillgthc embryo if tlothersFrIid pregnancyoWrite Soc fega book on U ntINrlMMtI wI ShH A1- IMIW1iiiPiIII Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims against the Richmond Elks Fair and Carnival Association are requested to present same to Secretary D R Tovis at onco or same will be barred 2t H H Culver Pros Notice to r editors All parties having claims against Dr C J Dales that arose prior to his assignment are re quested to present same verified as required law to the undersigned oo or before August 15 1902 or utile will be barred 18nn7ir J TEVIS COBB Assignee v Notice to Creditors All parties or persons Imviiij claims against the estate of Eli Baxu r diceased will present tame verified the Iawre Uirirt to the unilersitrneiroi or before Aug 15 th 1902 or samo will be barred July 14 1902 Mrs Hattie A Baxter adniiiislra tor July 16 4t Louisville Mlutie MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE 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pprcinl attention no form or apparatus is rtq1i we only ask that you follow our instructions carefully for tell minutes P night before retiring or upon arising In tho morning Using our method only develops the muscles but produces the heart action which pumps PUT rich blood lhroujliont the entire system Our pupils lire titnpht bytr inly Thoti nnds have been relieved of constipation Indigtstion 8Dd trouble Vo can and will do theMme thing for you In two weeks time not only harden your muscfep but give streiiplh sodvigor lo the entire oiilythatmtll you coitionOur method giving full instructions complete for 3 00 tm r3m JEAN RAYMOND Instructor TBt wM- AziiiiiIi J Runs placingjouroi jjjjjjjjjj