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I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX OLUME 29RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1902 NUMBER 1 and the water more inviting hens there is your Id Worn out Get an O K Freezer and you will nover regret the money spent And last but not least dont forget thatwe sell t ltd best S toves cm earth O K Jewell Stoves and Ranges a J The Wonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe Best Made byicewill solve the ice question and will save money for you liter Coolers Springismake sparkling Freezer e ALso MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS Theyare I ItCOMain Street ttt RICHMOND KY lORA saved is a penny made For one week only we willsell 17 in foot tubs 29c IS iii foot tubs 48c 20 in foot tubs 57c 21 in foot tubs 72c 10 qt slop pails 29o 12 fIt slop pails 33c Jspanncd coal hods 23 and 27c Boys steel express wagons all sizes OOc and 1 70 I he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery A STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains inn Beds Bed Room Suits ining Room and itchen Furnituree We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to callmake our store their headquarters r r 1WeMzuisztl H therealsonable prices at which everything ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JO S JOPLIN one ghtrb s 97RICHMOND KY G N Evans Jr Undertaking a Specialty Embalmer LR Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt SartdLet Cemfent PIas erairfcorner Mata and B Streets wlrrPhone 85 THE NEW INDUSTRY Dried Potato Experiments by the Governmental Stations Dried potatoes is a ne v idea and industry and likE many other successful ex peiiments promises to her big thing It is the produ t of the South Carolina agricul tural experiment station potatoesevaporated in a cannery and willremain it is claimed ii condition for years The preserved potato becomes fit for eating after being soaked in warm water for an hour Like many other new ideas this promises to be a big thing It insures to the farmer the perfect preservation of one of his most prolific and most important general foot crops at the same time fitting it for safe and economical shipment to distant markets heretofore closed to it and effects these ends by a mode of preparation which is so simple and cheap that it can be employed on any farm When it is noted that in one case stated in the table nacre of land yielded 357 bush els of raw potatoes which in turn yielded 105 bushels of possibilitiesway of doveloping the culture of the vegetable in the South and introducing it to the worlds commerce and com fort begin to appear in truly vast proportions Just Look at Her stepfaultlesssmiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Result all organs active digestion good no headaches 10 chance for blues Tiy them yourself Only 25c at Perry Thomas 1m Danger in Inkstands In Germany a new microbe has been discoverd and a very dangerous one it is said to be Only in inkstands and ink bottles is it found and for this reason it is known as the ink microbe Vessels which con tain ink and which are seldom cleaned or corked furnish a most congenial home for it Ink infected with this mic robe was recently injected into rats and guinea pigs and as a result the animal speedilp died Fortunately there is a an easy way to get rid of this pest and that is by keeping ones inkstand clean and cov ered Not Doomed For Life I was treated for three years by good doctors writes W A Greer McUon ncllsville 0 for piles and Fistula but when nil failed Bucklena Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks Cures burns bruises cuts corns sores erup tions salt Rheum piles or no pay 25c at Perry Thomas drug storo 1m Kentuckys great trots at Lexington Oct 7th to 17th will be the best ever held in old Kentucky or anywhere else The great campaigners ofthe Western and Eastern Circuits meet there for the first time Record breaking and thrilling contests may be anticipated with certainty The best races ever heard of are in sight and all Kentucky should turn out Half fare rates are in force throughout the State and the Associa tion has provided a musical treat in daily concerts by De Baughs famous band WHEN BABY IS COMING US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is tvlica nature has choseu her to become IJJo111er Eery faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and thelifelong satisfaction com fug nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soon to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside heron the adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Friend appliedexternally throughout p cy pain uiouand no mother and can fail to behc thy dear blooded and mutuallyinfluenced great liniment MOTHERS IMEND JBuy of dro roo bottle o Our treatise MotlMrM odn mailed free MC MAftfKLI IKftUUm OIMIMM M How Turney Secured Ryth nlic It is the rarest thing in tlw world for a sensational per former to flash down the Grand Circuit without put ting into circulation gum- ber of storiestis to accidents which placed him in his own ers hands or which almost prevented him from ever see ing arace course And this is the story of how Jesse Turney of Paris got the blind wonder Rythmic ii exchange for a mule and t debt Turney is not a horse roan in the ordinary sense of the work his business being dealing in mules on a large scale He had a friend named Redmond who owed him 500 Redmond one day said to Turney I dont know when I will be able to give you the money I have a good Strathmore mare over here and I will send her over to place and we will call the debt square Turney de murred at first but accepted the mare Turney had an elephant on his Hands in the mare and at length determ ined to ask Warren Stoner to permit him to breed her to Gakland Baron I know you are not standing this horse said Turney but as an ac commodation to me let me send over this mare and if the mare proves in foal you can come over to my place and pick out the best mule you see The colt which is now R3rthmic was a scrawny illlooking fellow and Stoner claimed the mule somewhat reluctantly A trade is a trade with me said Turney You can walk into that bunch of 175 mules and pick out the one you like So Stoner got a mule worth in the neighborhood of 200 for the season to Oakland Baron and the blind trotter cost Mr Turney something like 700 the day he was foaled No one will say however that the investment has been a bad one Rythmic has won over 25000 in stakes and purses this year All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs M Xi Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanis Blood Ualin which ef fectuallv cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed nil perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores snpper ating swellings etc have been cured hy Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Guernoy Warrior Stand Ala Her nose snd lip were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles pcrnfula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists SI per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid bv writlngBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter It Is certainly worthwhile in vestigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awful worst and most deepseated blood diseases 1m How the Trusts are Favored From the Chicago News No doubt prosperity under proper conditions is attained by individual effort It is the duty of the Government as President Roosevelt inti mates merely to see that every man as compared with his fellows has a fair field and no favors How is it about the trusts Have the men in them no privileges in their favor If not the pop ular complaint against trusts is too severe If they have favors it is the duty of the Government to take away these advantages at once and place all men on an equal foot ing This is the phase of the subject that is not handled satisfactorily by the presi dent There are at least two important respects in which trusts are unduly favored at the expense of the public generally One is by means of tariff duties and the other is by discriminating freight ratesA Parsons Noble Act I want nil the world to know writes Rev 0 J Budlong of Ash away R I what a thoroughly ood and reliable medicine found In EectiicBit ters They cured me of jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great sutTerln for years For n gen uine allround curs they excel anything I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney and Stomach troubles Dont fail to try them On ly EOc Satisfaction is guaranteed by Perry Thomas u IAt us iake that old suit look like new by new process STQBFFEK MAHLKK Tutors Men of Oak Timbers of oak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff I Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send forfreo sample SCOTT s BOWNE Chemists tOO115 Pearl Street Now York 5Oo and SIOO all druggists Cure Worse Than Disease There is quite a furor in Maryland over the efficiency- Of the virus of the honey bee as a cure for rheumatism and the Baltimore Sun is authority for the statement that a healthy German named Aprogle made a trial of it at an apiary owned by a Mr ZachariasHe clothed only in a shirt when he approached the hives For some reason the bees did not attack him read ily and he proceeded to make them attend to business He assaulted a hive with his cane and overturned it Then he upset two or three more hives bringing the bees to their senses They in turn got road They assaulted Apro gle who could neither leave his rheumatism on the scene of conflict nor get away with it His lone shirt protected him not The bees stung his equator and his tropics his north pole and his south pole his diame ter and his circumference his zenith and his nadir his apogee and his perigee Some of them left their stings stick ing in his rheumatism so that he looked porcupiny Then Mr Zacharias had one of his men throw a long lasso over one of his feet and by the help of a yoke of oxen draw him away from the apiary Mr Aprogle does not know whether or not his rheumatism is cured He is now trying his best to get well of the remedy The bees and the shirt are still in good con dition United States Mar shals throughout the coun try were notified a few days ago that jurors in the Federal Courts are to receive SS a day for such ser vice instead of2 This order was in accordance with an adt passing ot the recent ses sion of Congress audit applies to grand and petit juries His Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him 10 die and a sou riding for life IS miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Inden dured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Con sumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for all Throat hud Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and St Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m New Use for Refined Paraf fine Wax A new and important use for Refined Paraffins Wax seems to have been discover ed by a prominent resident Of Ohio living near Lancas Iter who had two trees badly damaged by storm one being a maple and the other an ap ple In each case a large limb was broken down from the trunk but still attached to it The limbs were prop ped up and fastenedsecurely with straps very much as a broken leg might be fastened jtvith splints and then melted refined wax poured into and ver all the cracks The surgical operation was en irely successful The Pa affine prevented the escape f the sap kept out the rain nd moisture which would pave rotted the trees pre rented the depredations of and the limbs seem hUS far to be perfectly re attached to the trees il ATTENTION G A R Harpers Ferry the Gate to the Shenandoah Valley Where the three States of Virginia West Virginia and Maryland come together where the Potomac and Shen andoah rivers unite where the towering steps of Blue Ridge end abruptly frown ing upon the heights of Mary land and Bolivar Heights in West Virginia lies the quaint historic town of Harpers Ferry John Brown baptized it in blood in 1859 when he cii Lured the town and the US Arsenal and made his final and fatal staud in the engine house known after wards as John Browns Fort alongside the Baltimore Sr Ohio railroad A plain shaft simply inscribed now marks the location Again in 1861 grirn visaged war siezed the village and held it tight in its grasp for nearly four years The deeds that were done and the tales that are told concerning Harpers Ferry fill volumes The heights at Harpers Ferry guarded the Shenan doah Valley It was a most important stronghold to be desired when somegreat campaign was planned by cither armyFrom Harpers Ferry the Shenandoah Division of the Baltimore Ohio railroad ex tends Southward to Charles ton Winchester Harrison burg and Lexington Battlefields surround the village in directionsThe O SWwill make very low rates to Wash ington D C and return dur ing G A R Encampment All trains running through historic Harpers Ferry For particulars ask your nearest Ticket Agent or ad dress the undersigned O P McCarty General Passenger Agent- Cincinnati Ohio Water Cure for Chronic Constipation Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drfnk of wuter hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercito wrlk ride drive Make n regular habit of this and in many cases chronic constipation may be cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale hy Stockton A Hagan 1m A PRIZE WINNER One Hundred Dollars Award edto T H Davis of the New York Central Lines Denver Col for the Selec tion Recently the Rock Island system offered 100 cash prize for the most appropriate name for their new limited train to California via Kan sas City and Tl Paso Tex There were icusands of names presented from all parts of tile United States The name decided upon was The Golden State Limited submitted by T H Davis of the New York Central lines Derver Colorado The new woman seems to have given up trying to be an old girl I have had occasion to use your Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medl dne and am pleased to say that never used anything forstock that gave half as good satisfaction heartily recom mend tt to owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louts Mo Sick stock or poultry shouldnot eat cheap stock any more than sick persons should expect to be cored by When stock and are sick give them med icine Dont stuff them with worthless stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liver andthe possibleand Poultry Medicine unloads the bowels stirs up the torpid liver It cures every malady of steels if taken in a 25centtaa PrmltryMedicinoanti times over Horses work better Cows give more milk hogs gain Josh hens lay more It solves the problem of making as much blood flesh as possible Out of the smallest amount of food con med Buy a c a from your dealer 1I DONT BUY A BUGGYN- or a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE 15fcxvue Carnage iorks Sohn onelsonPcop Wagon Load After Wagon Load of N ElIttIOOD Have Been Contiually Unloaded at the BUSY BEE GASH STORE Until the progress along the street for a whole week was impededand people had to walk around or pick their way through the allof boxes that surrounded our entire store The proprietors of the Busy Bee Cash Store found out that on account of delays in the progress of their new building on Main street that they would not be able to move this fall and have decided to make this their last fall in the old stand on the corner the Banner Fall of their business career J The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its utmost capacity Shelves coun ters ledges tables and every available space in the entire store is loaded from floor to ceiling with new choice uptodate merchandise for fall and they are creaking and groaning under the immense weight piled on them e f 0 Our New Dress GoodsV v Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is alroady beginning to go Everyout weave in favor this season is being shown and their beauty and elegance com mentedon by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys 000 CLOT fflN6 i Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that it will be a deoth blow to all competitors Just thing of buying a good Cassimere Suit for Boys for OSe and a good Cassimere Suit for Men for 348 Our stylish nobby Clothing will cost you about half the price other merchants ask you for them Our OVERCOATS are already on the moved and wise customers are selecting now while they can get what the want Have alook at our Clothing it will pay you e t QTJl If UiiiderweirSFills nearly one entire room in the great store Cant i name prices space wont permit If our pricEs on Underwear you are bound somebQdytoo much money for what you buy Already Customers beginning CI OARS9WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS TailormadeSuitscomingtoare showing things nice Fancy ery pairOurour the lowest Ihebox Spool Cotton 4c spool 10 4 Blankets blue and red border 40c pr 10GoodydNewBeautiful Flannelettes 8yc best quality djLarge nice Towols5c each eachjlOc line American Lady Corsets Mens Suspenders lOc Boys Suspenders 5c t Lexington Yarn 4is Pear Buttons 5e Good Calico 31 and 4c pd I 7 our are to say that we will never sellall the price will sell you We the newest in Ladies prices dozen We are Solo Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee the Hawes Hat War to the knietheJ goneforthSHOE DEPARTMENTYou can buy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoes from us at prices for good stuff that you pay for trash elsewhere Dont buy a boot or shoe for child woman man or boy before you see our brrgains in shoes We give you the bestqualitiesandsaveyoumonef Carpets Ruts platting Upholstering Inco Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas Mens youwtntWe are rushing goods out in every department Everybody who has anything to do with this great stores doings is working with all the Vim and energy they possess Its economy to trade with us For money saving readLevery offer carefully Our way of selling goods is not to linger but get them out and make room for others East West North and South from all quarters bring letters and customers for new goods in every department Get in the push dont miss a single opportunity we offer this fall Cash down when goods are delivered is our moito and a money saving to every customer We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us this fall and thanking yourfor past favors We are Very Respectfully tl w D OLDHAM 1Ic BUSY BEE CASH STORE f r 1frr i i The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULTnPreldelltA D MILLER Manager ROBTSCROWEEdltllr WEDNESDAY SEPF 21 19Q2 PUULISUEUIVKKV WEDNESDAY BT Tho Climax Printing Co Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS v J FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce J M Ben ton of Clark county aia candidate for elrnit Judge in the 25th Judl ial district subject to the action of the Democratic party ron CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce ROY WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce DAN H BRECK as a for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court sunjcct lo the action of the democratic party I hereby announce myself all a candidate fOr he nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Demo ci atic party Hoping that my many mends In tbe past will favorably consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and If nom mated I promise to use all honorable means to ecure my election and If elected to endeavor n I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully 8 H THORPE Gov ALLEN D CHANDLER of Georgia is said to have commented as follows on the withdrawal of Speaker Hen derson from the Congres sional race Hendreson is fleeing from the wrath to come He sees the handwriting on the wall and he is anxious to get out There is going to be a revolu tion of sentiment in this country against the Republi can party and its oppressive measures and if that revolu tion is not successful and if the Republican party con tinues in power and continues its oppressive measures al I iwing the trusts to dominate the country there is going to come a revolution of blood one that will stir the country from one end to the other and one which the world hay never seen the like or heard of The people are tired of the trusts and Republican domination IN another column will be found the notice of Mr Gep D Whites withdrawal from the Circuit Clerks race This announcement will be received with regret by his friends throughout the county Mr White has made a clean straight forward race and although he has not been able to make a thorough canvass yet since he announced him self he has received many pledges of support There are still three candi dates in the field all of whom are choice men AN Ohio Board of Educa tion has demanded and re ceived the resignation of a public school teacher because lie compelled some little white girls to kiss the colored child ren with whom they had quarreled It is now thirty live years since these people tried to force the custom on the South SINCE the Louisville prize fight was knocked out last week the sports have been putting their money on Injunction feeling satisfied that he is a sure winner dFBioMCo LEXINGTON K- YDays For 30 We will offer our en tire stock of merchandise 25 Per Cent Below market values C CarpetsI I MantlesDraperies L Can be bought for hss money than ever before in the history of this business CIFIBrowerCoJMAIN LXflGTO- Nic Ky ks 5 PERSONAL Mrs E Tutt Barnaul spent Saturday inLexingtonMiss Adams has returned from a visit 10 McBrayer Mr George W Pickels was in Gin cinnati on business last week Miss Jane Stockton is the guest of Mrs Clias M Harris in Versailles Miss Van Greenleaf is the guest of Miss Lou e Kauffman in Lancaster Col W W Pigg has returned from a two weeks bubiucss trip to Lexing ton Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead were guest of relatives in Versailles Sun dayMiss Mnbel Letton is visiting her sister Mrs 1 R Williams in Fal mouthMr Rice Crooks of Mt Sterling was the guest of friends in the city Emily White is the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert White in Win chesterMrs II A Woolnmns left yesterday for a visit to friends and relatives in ChicagoMr B Herrington of Atlanta has been the guest of friends here for several days Mrs T A Garnett has returned to her home in Cynthiaua alter a visit to friends hero Dr and Mrs Yeager of Georgetown are the guests of Col and Mrs James V Caportou Mrs E B Hume and children have returned from a visit to relatives in West Virginia Miss Sue McRoberts has returned to her home in Danville after a visit to Miss Julia Higgins Mrs Leander Davidson has returned to Lancaster after a visit to her daugh ter Mrs Z T Rice Mrs R A Woolnms left Saturday for Chicago where she will spend sev eral weeks with relatives Gen J M Poyntz attended the unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Harrodsburg last week SupeiintendentTracy of Powell coun ty was the guest of Mr John Newman near Winston last week Mr Chonault Willis and daughter of Stanford spent several days with friends in the city last week Mr Hubert Cosby of Canon City Colorado is visiting his father Mr Jas Cosby and family in this city Mrs N B Deathorage and Miss Sue Deatherage aro attending the Sunday School Convention at Glasgow Mr Gordon Fairish left Monday for a visit to friends and relatives in Chicago and Bloomington Ills Mr and Mrs David Miller of Lex ington are guests of Misses Sue and Alma Scrivener on Fifth street Mr and Mrs George Walden of Dauville were called here Saturday by the death of Mr James W Smith Miss Iucy Pattie and Miss Mary Brown Pattie of Frankfort were the guests of Dr and Mrs U D Pattie last weekMiss lierlell who has been spending the summer with Miss Rosa Alver son has returned to her homeiin New Florrie and Laura Bright have returned from a visit of several weeks to Dr and Mrs Hardin Bright at Niagara Falls Mr Lewis Jones a popular old C U boy of Pineville stopped over several hours Saturday on his way home from Cincinnati II L James and wife of Richmond were here from Saturday until Monday the guest of Mayor Kennedys family Carlisle Mercury Rev Hugh McLellan Mrs John Turley and Miss Judith Tudor left Monday to attend the C W P M Con vention at Glasgow Mr and MrsW S Grinstead and daughter Miss Nettie of Fleming burg were guests last week of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead Mrs Charles Arnold and daughter will return to her home in Georgetown tomorrow after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs H G Turner Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs took her son Louis Heath Willis to college near Johnson City Tenn yesterday InteriorJournal Mrs M Ashby Jones who has been the guest of her parents Col and Mrs C Turner of Silver Creek tins returned to her home in Richmond Va Misses Helen Ula and Johnnie Terrill have returned from a three months visit to their uncle Ex Gov David R Francis and and other rela- tIves in Missouri Mr Harry M MoDett has resigned his position with J M Robinson Nor ton Co in Louisville and will be hero Saturday He will leave the first of the week for Richmond Va to attend Union Theological Seminary Marion Falcon The marriage of Miss Susan Hume and Mr LewisB Hcrringtonof Macon Georgia will take place on Wednesday October 8th at her mothers residence on Lancaster avenue The wedding will bo quiet on account of the recent bereavement in her family We enjoyed a call Monday after noon from Mr E O Painter a prom bent newspaper man of Deland Flor ida a man after our own heart who knows the business from start to finish Mr and Mrs Painter arrived Saturday and are the guests of Mr and Mrs T E Arnold on High street Miss Minnie Dykes who will be the soprano soloist at the entertainment to be given by the lUngs Daughters at the Opera House October 2nd Is one of the most promising singers of the country She is the oldest daughter of James D Dykes ot Richmond form erly of this county and she has a large number of friends and relatives here who am much interested in her suc cess Winchester Democrat The following invitation has beta received MrandMreEMLcos- xequst your presence at the marriage ot their daughter Ethyl B to Rev J M Anderson atthe Baptist Church at halt past eight ocio k Wednesday evening October fret nineteen hundred and two Guthrie Oklahoma At home after October fifteenth Atllston Oklahama Friends here and elsewhere have re ceived cords announcing the marriage of Mr John Willis Arnold of this city to Miss Margaret Hoy Jones of Jit Sterling Tlua wedding will ocr in thQ latter city on Wednesday October iloUPfrWtItOrt DR FENflERS KIDNEY an- dBackache XldiaeyeBladder Also Rheumatism Back Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There la a cure for you If necessary write Dr cnner lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Dr Fenncrs Kidney and Backache Cure Is the cause of my being alive today I had weigh ItS pounds W1I McQOGIN Olive Furnace OM DrurctsU Me tl Ask for Cook BookFree STVITUSDANCE CURE forrearsand Cure Circular Dr FredpnlaNY time The groom who is the junior member of the largo shoe firm of Rico Arnold is almost too wellknown here to need any comments He is one of Richmonds model sons upright and moral in every sense of the word a thorough gentleman and business man In short he basalt the attributes that are required for success and Miss Jones is to congratulated on winning such a gentleman for a husband The brideelect who is no stranger here having frequently visited in this city is a young lady of rare personal charms and gifts and is a favorite wherever known We extend to her in advance a hearty welcome to Richmond The Lexington Democrat of Sunday says Mrs S J Frost announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Sarah Jeanetto Frost to Mr George D Simmons of Richmond Kentucky The marriage will be celebrated quietly on the evening of the second of October at the brides homo on Spring street Rev I J Spencer of the Cen tral Christian church performing the ceremony This announcement will be of interest to a large circle of friends throughout the state who will wish for them a very happy future Miss Frost is a thoroughly lovable girl bright and intellectual She has a sincerity acd a depth of character that have won for her friends wherever she has gone She has been in Lexington very little since finishing school and has been teaching three years in the family of Mr Miller Laill near Cynthiana Ky Her fiance is a prominent hardware merchant of Richmond a man of agreeable personality and popular with all who know him They will leave immediately after the ceremony for a wedding journey to Washington D C and other points east after which they will go to Richmond RELIGIOUS Rev T Q Martin of Winchester is holding a meeting at the Christian church at Station Camp Estill county Rev Owen Young Is conducting a successful meeting at Bethel church near Valley View The musical program is under the direction of Prof R C Adams MATRIMONIALHURLEYPOrFJohn Duluth and Miss Juletta Poff of Big Hill were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday PREWITTLKAB Nelson L Prewitt and Miss Clara Lear both of Kirks yule were married in this city Wed nesday September 17 HALiyHowAUD Dillard Hall of Estill county and Miss Mattie How ard of Valley View were married by Squire Dykes Thursday SErriEMAUrINA P Settle Jr the well known merchant of Big Hill and Mrs Maude Maupin of Kingston were united in marriage at the brides home last WednesdayH- oLTZCLAwKuxKEL The marriage of Miss Katherine W Kunkel to Mr John P Holtzclaw of Burgin took place at the home of the brides father Judge John A Kunkel in this city last Thursday Rev W H Ryals of the Baptist church officiating The atten dants were Miss Elizabeth Mitchell of Georgetown and Mr Oscar P Knnkel of Cincinnati Only a few friends and relatives of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony The happy young people were the recipients of many beautiful and valuable presents Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for a trip to Niagara Palls and during their to weeks stay will visit Detroit and other cities After their return they will be at home to their friends at Bnrgin Ky- GENTRYFOBBESTIIC following marriage notice was taken from the Nash ville American of Sept 18 Glen Leven Church was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday night at 830 oclock when Miss Katherine Forbes and Richard Gentry were married Rev J C Martin pronouncing the ceremony A large assemblage was present The chancel and pulpit were dec orated with cut flowers and palms and a pretty feature of this occasion was the musical programme rendered by MrsWT Carr Misses Gribble and Fisher and William H Fisher The ushers Hugo Meadors James Gowan Ronie Lee aLd Harry E Forbes led the bridal procession followed by the bride and groom Spring Song by Mendelssohn was softly played during the ceremony The bride wlo is a young woman of striking personal ap pearance and fine traits of character was becomingly gowned in a white organdy madeover a slip of taffeta silk with a real lace yoke seeded with pearls The veil was caught back with a spray of orange blossoms and she carried a shower boquet of brides roses The only ornament worn was a diamond brooch the grooms gift Mr Gentry whose home was formerly in Richmond Ky is a popular young man connected with a business firm of this city The gifts were numerous and costly Mr and Mrs Gentry will leave this morning for a two weeks visit to Richmond Ky and on their return will be at home at the residence of Mrs Mary Forbes The guests from a distance were Miss Loretta Uurcli Birmingham Edward Thurman Mr and Mrs L A Lively McMinnville MotgomeryAlabama DEATHS HAGAK Mrs Joe llagan died at her home near Silver Creek last Thursday after au illness of several woeks of ty phoid fever Mrs Hagan was the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Hen dren of Kirksville and was about twen ty years of age Her husband and one child survive her The burial took place Friday afternoon at Gilcnd churchLlxnEuMr John LindeU tiled at his home at Terrill this coanty turday nigbtafter a short illness He was about flftyya r8 of apa au4 kal bUR in IMNIatRor IIJf4 ftboat twntfyvflro ywirg Rg WJK R YKY IJH ojlUII Mill OM wkw L had a great many friends Hia wife who is a daughter of Mr Joe Todd survives him The funeral was conducted at the residence Monday morn ing after which the burial took place In the Richmond Cemetery McFADDEN John McFadden aged about forty years died at the home of his sister Mrs Nellie Coffelter in this city last Thursday night after a long illness The remaius were taken to inItermentMr McFadden was the son of the late Mrs Mary McFadden of Lexington and a brother of tho hate Anthony Mc Fadden He was for years one of the best known young men in Lexington About ten years ago while employed at the Kentucky Associations races being in charge of the Jockey Board he was run over by a horse which was being breezed between races Ho was frightfully injured and ever afterwards was a helpless paralytic He had made his home with his sister for the past few years LAND STOCIAND CROP Lord Derby beat the Monk at the Empire track New York Best time 2OC Scott Hudson won the 220 trot at the Empire track New York with Rythmic Best time 208 Garrard county has an unusually large corn crop this year Corn is selling in the field now at 150 per barrelA of fourteen shorthorn cattle belonging to W L Johnson of Win chester was sold Wednesday to Chas Butler of Paris at 200 a head W C Fitzpatrick sold on Wednesday to Thompson Collins of Wash ington Court House 30 bead of cattle at4c Average weight 1080 pounds Mr J H Bright has on exhibition at the First National Bank some of the finest corn we have seen One ear weighs close to three pounds Interior Journal Many farmers who visited the city last Monday reported that the tobacco crop was badly damaged by frost last Friday night In many cases the entire plant was destroyed while in others only the top leaves showed any sign of the cold weather But these instances were mostly on ground in the bottoms and low places To wlut extent tho crop is damaged is impos sible to now estimate Jessamine News TO CTOE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to euro E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky Forcible Facts Onesixth of the deaths from disease are due to consuplion Ninetyeight per cent of all those who have used Discoveryforand permanently cured Cornelius McCawlev of Leechburc Armstrong county Pa had in all eightvone hem orrhages He says My doctor did stoptheto die with consumption What Iloc tors could not do Golden Medical Discovery did It stopped the hem orrhages and cured their cause This is ono case out of thousands Investigate the facts Free Dr Pierces great work the Peoples Common Sense Medical Ad viser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mailing only Send 21 one cent stamps for paper covered book or 31 stamps for binding Address Dr R V Pierco Buffalo N Y PostMuter Appointed John D White has been appointed postmaster at Estill this county to succeed G B Turley Jr resigned Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CHENAUI and L P EVANS apr10tf Real Estate Murder Charge Dismissed Lewis Brown the negro who was ar rested last week charged with the mur der of his wife was tried in the County Court Wednesday morning As the evidence against the defendant was not sufficient to hold him on the charge of murder the case dismissed and a new warrant was issued charg ing assault Brown was held over to the Grand Jury under a bond of 100 Josh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind is a poor man but ho says ho would not bo without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost live dollars a bottle for crippleNoliniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains pninsItsalebyStockton EVERY year new classes that children enter require the buying of a new lot of books and appurtenances In different schools rules differ of course but they all agree in requiring blank hooks pen cils pens and various little things Numbersof children listen inattentively to the di rections given out in school and go home with incorrect reports of what they are to buy in the way of supplies Some children make this an opportunity to coax sums of monoy from their parents and purposely misstate school requirements For the justifi cation of teachers and Board of Education there should be printedslips made of things necessary for each pupil to have and these should be sent signed by the teacher and returned signed by the parent when the child has been sup plied Blank books are wanted in numbers seemingly greater than the studies de mand and for poor parents these small expenses afevery trying tPiJQfcc II Seed wheat for ale sep74t EtLtsroN MIIX Co You can go to Jtonisville Sunday via the L rA for It1 round trip Dr Hobson ntist next dobi to Government hnilijing tf Richmond Ky Have S L MidUiil to repair your old vehicles and mtke them good as new if The L A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low round trip rates to at stations tf We have just received u car load of seed rye which weare offering at the lowest price E DEATHERAGE Co My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never moo complete than now and my prices will pleaso every bodyaprSO tf L E LANE S L Midkifl can supply you With any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always right Give him a call tf If yonr watches clocks or in fact anything in this line needs repairing take them to U E Lane His work is the best apr30 If Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEV CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg aprSO lyr- Rave just received one ot the tin est lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my ttock before making a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANE For Rent Four rooras to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Tburrnan Grocery Co tf For Sale I ofler for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains elghtrcoms and kitchen all in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow A Communication Mr EilorAllow me to a low words iu favor ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy I suffered fcr three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nigjitp I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any reliefuntil my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely re lieved me W S Brockmau Ba nell Mo This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Hagan 1m Wool Cardiac The Elliston Mill Company will card wool into rolls or batting any time during the summer at 10 cents per pound ang20St Stops tho Cough and Vorfcs off tho Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents See our handsome line of samples and piece goods before you buy your fall snit or overcoat Prices right ST VEFER MAULER Tailors The best physic Jhambfrlaius Stomach and Liver Tabeta Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale by Stockton Hagan 1m A Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of New Al bany Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up this trip when editor Ward of the Laceyille Messen ger suggested that I tale a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I purchased a bottle and took two doses one before start ing and one on the route I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this sameremedy suit this time one dose cured me Sold by Stotkton Ha gan 1m See a pin pick it up means good luckespecially if it is a diamond pin Statement at the Close of Busi ness Sept 15 J902 OFTllE Madison NatL Bank RESOURCES LoansS27475223U Stamps 25 00 Dne from Banks 11913 20 Due from U S Treasury 5000 00 Cash 11955 35 JIIBWS 78 LIABILITIES Capital StocktIO000 00 Surplus J5167 77 Circulation J8995 00 Deposits 178983 01 Notes RWlscounted 5500 00 135615 78 n R BURN All Cashier SALE Cyrus Douglas Creditors against Cyrus Douglas c ORDER OF SALE In compliance with and iby virtue of an agreed order in the above styled action made and entered at the Sep tember Term of Madison Ciniuit Court 1902 the undersigned will or Saturday Sept27t in the house occupied by Douglas Crutcher in Richmond Ky at the hour of 11 oclock a m expose to Pub lic Sale the following described property viz A Stock of Boots Shoes and Gents Furnishing Gods and the lease on the above said house for the remainder of the year 902 and the years 1003 and 1904 This stock of coods is in ilrstclass condition all of it being of the Jiest and most uptodate lines of yooclsjpiado in this country Hanan Son sho Lewis A Crosset Shoes Mocker Boojcep the Krippendorf Dlltmann Co ladles shoes Lord and Taylor hosiery Mon arch and Fountain shirts Arro Brand collars and cuff etc In facji everything in this stock is strictly uftodate and the stand is an excellent One for anyone who desires to go into business This house has been doing about a 120000 business a year TERMS AND CONDITIONS Onehalf of tbe purchase m payable in 60 davs and the rerilainder the first day of January 1803 tile pur cbfcser to execute notes with aji roved security bearing C per t from day of sale until paieentlhteres The stock of goods first be sold separate and ttie hQI9 a and the bid whIch reall IS the moet money will be accepted i oSCS- Ign on or or baforo Octob I W JAS Ji CRUTCH k O UGLAQ l4 M8 Oyrig Do Iw 7 i L ATTENTION Vo have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where wo will be glad to we come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29janly RICHMOND KY AtE OF LANE Hattie A Baxter c Plff againstSidney Guardian ic Deft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Fine BlueGrass Farm For Sale By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term cause the undersigned SpeciaiCommissioner will on Saturday October 18- On the premises at the hour of 10 olock a m proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest- and best bidder the following described pro vltA Tract of Land In Madison county Ky on the waters of the East Fork of Olter Creek and adjoining the lands of Harvey Parrishs Heirs William Williams James Huguely Martin Green and eontalDg 213 sloo acres Delng the same land owned by Ed Baxter at the time of his death and land formerly owned by Harvey Cobb and by him to O D Chenault grainImmedlatel1TERMSThe said Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve Imontha equally The purchaser will be required t execute bonds with approved security to the Special Commis stoner for the payment of the purchase money to have tho force aud effect of a Judgment beating 6 per cent interest from January 1003 until paid with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid R H Crooke 505100- P SAlso at the same time and place the Administratrix will sell la large amount of per sonal property consisting of live stock grain and farming utensils Terms made known on day of sale J Tevls Cpbb Ally for for Pills Cheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Burlington Route will renew the cheap oneway Settlers rato everyday during September and October 1902 to Montana Idaho Washington Ore gon and California such as S30 Irom St Louis 33 from Chicago and 25 Irom Missouri River Points to California Portland and Puget Sound territory with correspondingly low rates to Spokane District and the BntteHelena District The Burlington Route and its connections best reach the entire West and Northwest country It is the main travelled road through the West The maps show Cheap Round Trip Tourist Rates to ColoradoUtah During some parts of August and September the Burlington wilt make such remarkably low firstclass round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo as 21 from St Louis 15 from Missionri River and 25 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only one fare 2 Ask nearest ticket agent for details Homeseekers Excursions First and third Tuesdays of August September and October to many sections of tho West and Northwest Round trip tickets with 21 days limitConsult your nearest ticket agent or write us of your proposed trip and let us advise you the least cost send you our publications and otherwise assist yon WM SliMy P A 436 Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Manager St Louis Mo WAKELEY Gcnl Passr Agent St Louis Mo PUBLIC SftLE Lackeydeceasedtho premises 4 miles from Paint Lick and 5 miles from llorea on Walnut Meadow Pike in Madison county Ky on Wednesday Oct 1st about the hour of 930 oclock tho fol lowing property Sheep 4 lambs 44 ewes 1 Southdown Buck Mules 1 mare mule 1 2year old horse mule Horses 1 Rockaway and draft horse 1 harness mare I horse colt Cattle 5 2year old feeding cattle 2 yearling heifer 7 milch cows Shorthorn 5 heifer calves 1 bull calf 1 yearling bull Hogs 11 hogs average weight 200 Ibs 32 shoats average weight about 100 Ibs 6 stands of BEES Farming Implements 1 2horse wagon 1 buck board 1 Surrey 2 corn planter wheat drill 1 mower l disc harrow 1 hog scalding box 1 cultivator 1 cider mill 2 cut ting boxes turning plows 1 corn sheller and various other Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture 1 grandfathers clock 1 Daven htteetboard walnut 1 desk antique 1 marble top center table and various articles of old style furniture Corn to be judged in the Field TERMSMl sums of20 cash all sun1eov rOon ft credit until Janu approvederty removed until terms of sale are complied wi- thTH lackey Admt 9WAUT1Z Altb Ut The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has nob been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business f81JlkiJ111g Skirtsrade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 37o Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed with pipings of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 Ladies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool skirting full flounce bottom finished with 4 rows of stitching top of flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of same at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom of flounce separate dust ruffles each 225 n Fancy Waisdngs in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven strIpe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 50 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc SOc yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations 99c o I c Z Z 0 to at 3 to 8 ft P so to t Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest of the season 98u Fancy in all the novelty patterns and colors at Sj 10 and 15c a- Ladies yd Purses and Wrist Rags 25 and J9c Childrens Purses with cliain Jo Call in and see our goods and ho that we have the prettiest line in town OWEN McKEE GREAT CLEARING SALE O- FCLOTHING are Badly Overstocked Clothing Regardless ltmm Manufacturers Cost Here isa chance get good Clothing Cheap Prices colorings Flannelettes convinced We of p 5 lens Allwool Suits at LI Mens Allwool at l1Mens Suits at ti1I1I is about the costof the 500 Mens Linen Suts pants ind vest 1 IMPORTANT MOTHERS READ THIS Boys Suits o o Boys Szuilis Good allwool three piece suits years 149 ask Oais Flannels Allwool Cassimere trimmings TO Suits 700 1r jfi1r We can show you a better assortment than all the clothing houses Lexington together 0 We are the only house Lexington who sell Alfred Benjamin clothing lOlU8 GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY r fa fz 0f4 ZZtt 3H dftQ latest Best This coat Cos New hoods are arriving daily at onr vast Emporium and ofSpriujGinghams White Goods Embroideries Insertions Etct UnequaledisCoronationHraldreadvmade Skirt DepartmentIi fastidioustastesandfrom If you willcall dnd examine these goods and get prices you are sure to buy A completestock of New Matting has just been received and is now placed on worldselectknow you have the latest uptodate goods at Lowest Prices Is that what you want If so trade with CLee Smiths j wIrr r IC 5tOO s ks- Ysk 49c up to in in IfI tJ- s4 t4iP1u2 I vi Jflpt o tnn nen o IItvi 0 viow and Opening Of Fc11 SzzthtIngs est line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever makeclerSuit Trousers or Overcoat us a call before you buy out of the city We antec a fit and satisfaction and prices below ugnwork Stouffer Mahler TAILORS- P s We liaAt added a cleaning and pressing depart t md can serve you on 1S2 Richmond Climax SESPAY SEP 24 1902 Your city taxes are now Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector JecJ wleat for sale t ELLISTOX MILL C- ofrentlofjs apply Mrs Sallle ansep loU r uitrip to Louisville Sun via 1t A I Mikitmake8a specialty of 1 rubber tires Give him a VUin n heap excursion to Louis j1 via L A Itonnil trip aJ li Ihcket stores new ad licpvtrson the first page of toi l a ojtjsior your tiutoiliy seed aye jst icceivcd a car load E DKATHEKXGK Co f awi tu have a good time t Cvnthiana Elks Carnival ti Ikt 12 and 3 ee tinge in advertisement of 1hIP in this issue He is u a the new styles in fall and r dr1 gids- v lies of the Pattie A Clay Ijviil give a dinner in thee H use store room county court IHT eepKMt r i L C Adams closed a very iugiIg school at Dreyfusi tk and will begin a class at R It 1 is r i Waco Baptist cjiurch- aCnirt day dinner Octobe- rtt fr the benefit of their church s Jtstioyed by lire a few ls tf Is r W Evans Jr has just red the city where she has Be wry latest patterns for 1c roidary and is prepared m thing needed in that line itf Hat W D Oldham Cot iy today in regard to then u fall and Winter goods- I am lint recently returned Nv York with the largest line 1 it to Richmond 5ing laity explained to a print iVreiice in printing and pub ig in conclusion said Now lid print a kiss on my cheek ci iijnt not publish it With ked the fair form in Ills i viit to press gin your o U suit and trousers m Im cleaned and pressed by- c i iress- s KFFK M MI LEU Tailors ai ame of Sunday Trains caL it A e jLjay Sapt 28th all Sunday- n discontinued on II A C M Browning General Mauager Jury Ccmxnisloneis Leiiton has appointed Messrs F atherage N U Bonny and S vnis IS jury Commissioners It tte Ciicuit Court juries for Goo House uJusc greeted Caseys Trou i Ntw Opera House Friday i i all went away welt satisfied i li rforraance It is made up n v laughing purposed Vhlkd era 1 ilty of Caldwell High School- t Ilrrca Thursday where a a day was spent visiting the d other pli ces of interest thriving town 5choo Laws P J William Wagers has received K v of the latest edition of the uiij School Laws Trustees oft Elmols who want copies can Lf i by calling at the court house Extending the Use wager Fnqua has a crew of fifteen al wk ou the Tales Creek tele 6jMjp Tim line has been com about five miles and a number w phones have been put in The wi1 be completed to Valley View icw days Scarcity of Turkey keys for Thanksgiving dinner oingto ben luxury both on act of scarcity and price This con on is reached by buyers who have a canvass of the country districts estimated the turkey crop will be af smaller than last year news a Good Thing When He Sees It L J Sanfordone of Kirksvillea awake business men came in last and paid us for five years Bub tlon Mr Stanford was a faithful riber to the CLIMAX until a few ils ago and in renewing says that ing has been more missed at his e than its absenc Yn iale siring to dlspose of my property move West I offer for sale the herd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main t Good accommodations with garden and water supply and suf- t outbuildings Good trade and aging Call on or address- S L TUDOR Proprietor U7 tf Irvine Ry oep your money at home when want a suit made to order Fit anteflil BtotlfrR MMll4Zlh TRIlor itinE DEATHKRAGE Co Cows For Sale saleApplyaug20tf Potatoes Wanted T B Collins Will pay highest cash potatoesSchool Opened The Caldwell High Schoolopened again Monday morning with alarge at tendance Nearly all the schools in other parts of the county have opened as the scarlet fever scare is about over turn Sold Jerry Reeves who moved to thi johasDoylesville to Wilham Dunham for f3000 Mr Reeves has not decided where ha will go yet but will probably move back to Clark Ice Cream Supper Ice cream supper at Runyon Grove school house Friday evening Sept 2G beginning at 7 oclock p m The sup per will be given by the patrons of tin Ruuyon Grove school the proceeds to go to the library fund Everybody invite Qualifies The Anderson News says Mr B F Tevis of Kirksville Madison count on last Monday qualified as admin istrator of the estate of his son F C Tevis deceased The stock in the Racket Store was invoiced the first of the week and will be sold as a whole if possible GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Cynthlaaa Street Fair The Elks Street Fair and Carnival will boin at Cynthiana next Wednesday Oct 1st and continue three days Splendid attracrions of all kinds are promised magnificent fire works and premiums on every thing in the way of handwork farm products stock etc A large number of our people expect to attend Licensed to Freaca At the meeting of the Presbytery of Transylvania at Silver Creek last week Rev Lacey Moffet was examined and licensed to preach At the same time his brother Mr Harry Moffet of Lebanon was taken under the charge of the Presbytery as a candidate for ministry He left on Friday for Rich mond Va to enter Union Theological Seminary Both young men were educated in this city and have mamy friends here who are interested in their work rnbllc Speaking Hon George G Gilbert Democratic nominee for Congress in the JJIghth District has made the following speak ing appointments PaintLIck Friday Sept 20 Richmond Monday Oct 6 College Hill Friday Oct 10 lierea Saturday Oct 11 Kirksville Saturday Oct 11 This appointment at Kirksville is for 7 oclock p m the rest are for 130 p m The Republican nominee Is inyited to be present and will be offered an equal division of time at each place Kentcckian Honored Mrs A R Bourne formerJY Princi pal of Madison Institute but who is now Professor of Civil History in Ken tucky University has been made the recipient of a distinguished and justly merited honor having been notified through A Howard Clark Secretary of the American Historical Associa tion whose headquarters are at the Smithsonian Institute Washington that she has been elected a member of that distinguished body Mrs Bournes new honor places her in an enviable class indeed as the membership of American Historical Association is composed of the most eminent educators and scholars in this country and an honorary membership of men of equally distinguished attain ments in other countries Withdraws To the Dcmocratt of Madison County In the spring of this year I announc ed myself for the Democratic nomina tiun for Circuit Clerk and visited sev eral sections of the county in the in terest of my candidacy I was prevented from making anything like an active or thorough canvas by severe and serious illucss in my family As there was no demand or occasion for an early primary I believed that Jwould have abundant opportunity to present my caims to the people The County Committee on last Saturday called a primary for November 22 1002 The short time intervening makes it impossible for me to make a satisfactory canvas of so large a county as Madison and I have determined to withdraw from the race The Demo cratic party Is greater than any of its members and I bow to the expressed will of its duly constituted authorities and pledge my devotion and support to the promotion of interests and the success of its principles and I desire to ex press to the many friends whe have shown so triuch interest in my race and pledged me loyal support my profound and lasting gratitude GEOBGE D WUITE Some people are eoasitBt only ID running from o ladwjijitenoy to u- oUtf For the Fen The September term of circuit court adjourned Saturday afternoon Two prisoners sentenced during the term pniJentlarywho was given a ten years sentence for forhOKyear each Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 750 cat 4cLightergood heifers 3jc Common to medium leifera 3 to 3c Good ewes 250 ecala VHKS not wanted Best mule Olls70to SS5 medium 40 to 00 CQUrtDaytounly Clerks Repot County Clerk Josse Cobb last week made his report to this State Board of Equalization of the real estate transfers in Madison county between September 15 1901 and September JB 1002 The report shows six hundred and eighty one sales of farms and town lots amounting in the aggregate to 3G9 81821 Sale of Stock and Lease Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be found the advertisement of the sale of Douglas Crutchcis stock and the yearsUI02portunity for somebody for it is one of tbe oldest stands in the city and has always been a successful business See ad in another column A Mistake Looks like Richmond dont want to talk with Beatlyville and other Louis ville Atlantic points The town board advertises a telephone franchise for sale and enumerates several town withwhich communication must established but Betittyville and nl the vast mountain teritory which is to be opened to her within a few weeks by the Louisville Atlantic railroad is ignored If the Madison county seat witlies to reap the harvest along the river they better had amend that fran chise Beattyville News hone Back to Work Mr Shelby Tribble has returned to his post at Lancaster having about recovered from the injuries sustained at the recent fire in that city Shelby is one of the most industrious young men of our city but he has been playing in hard luck for some months having twice lust all his earthly possessions bj fire besides being mashed up sev eral times in the printing office We hope that his evil genius has now done its worst and that fortune may smile on our young friends efforts For Sale Privately I offer for sale privately two of this most desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No1 is known as the Win Terlll farm containing 2GO acres and is well im proved hood buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfailing stock water good young orchardand and one of the best barns in Matlison No2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 240 acres is Also well improved and well watered Call on or address WILSON TATE seplO2m Mobnrly Ky A Card To the Demotrat of the 25th Judicial Da trie For a few months 1 have held the office of judge of the Circuit Court for this district under an appointment from the Governor to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the lamented Judge Scott My honest desire has been to so discharge the duties of the office as to cause my work to commend itself to all the people of the district and if my services as Judge have been acceptable to the people I will appreciate most highly an endorsement by them I respectfully nsk it and I hereby announce my candidacy subject to the action of the Democratic party in or der that I may be the candidate of the party to which I have always acknowledged allegiance for the next regular term I most earnestly solicit the sup port of all Democrats and I promise in the event of my nomination and election to make an honest effort to improve with asre RespectfullyJ This Sept 23i 1902 fortumes in Timber Capt J M Thomas was in Cincin nati last weetand was interviewed by a local paper asj follows Our best market ho said is the Middlewest States north of the Ohi- oriverIllinois Ohio and Indiana Cincinnati St Lonis and Pittsburg The trade is now splendid and the sup ply cannot meet tbe demand promptly The price of timber lands in Kentucky haadvanced tremendously within the last few years Soon after my return from the Civil War I visited the Northwest and found that the great fortunes there had been made in timber lands I went back to Kentucky and purchase 00000 acres of timber lands some of it at 15 cents an acre and the bulk of it at 50 and SI an acre These lands are now worth on an average of 8 to- IOan acre Within the last few years I have bought 15000 ares in Jackson county first starting In at 2 an acre but lately paying SO and 10 an acre Enormous amounts of money have been put into Kentucky timber and coal land within the last four or five years Nearly a Million Miles The Woodford Sun says Conductor John R Pates of the L A is a much traveled man Hisdally except Sunday run averages 200 miles which is a greater distance than is covered in a day hy most conductors He has had this run for eleven years and six months Allowing six months for all the time Jie has hind off which is more holiday than be has hd lie has rid den in railway trains during eleven years G8C400 miles For three years before he went with the L A Con doctor Pates piloted a train over the V M Railway thrice lo George town and return and once to Midway and back every day except Sunday which adds 116064 miles making his travels in fourteen years aggregate 802464 miles II his traveling had been continuous in one direction he would have circled the globe more than thirtytwo times We might add in this connection that no more popular man lives in Ken tucky today than Capt Pates for dur ing these eleven carsJlehas made thousands of friends and always has a good word for every one of them lie is the confidante and friend of all the young people along his line ati the valued adviser of all the older ones The OUJIAX voices thejlwlsheg of all these friends of hit in hoping that his thousands of miles may he lengthened tfltOIUlOUE A Pleasant and Fcpalar Visitor Hon John B Chenault of Rich mond State Commissioner of Insur ance and candidate for Demo rLlUc FridayinCol Chenault made the race for Audi tar three years ago and came within n hairs breadth of winning and this time his friends say his chances are even better than before He Is a ster ling Democrat a hard and true party worker a handshaker and acquaint anus moker from away back Elkton and Todd rannty was pleased to SOP and renew its favoritism for Madison popular Kon Elkton Progress lbs Stock Ordinance The suit of Stouffer against the city of Richmond was tried in the Quarterly Court Monday to test tho constitution suitlhRaand nil were anxious to bear the de cision of the court on the subject Sometime ago Mr J nStoufftrt cow was taken up by tho officers and put in the stray pen Mr Stouffer con tended that the city ordinance author izing the arrest was not constitutional and refused to pay the fine to recover Ins cow He got ont a writ of delivery and had tho cow returned to him nI then through his attorneys Messrs Hazelwood and Cnlton filed suit against the city to test the law The Miller Sale Mrs J C Millers sale which occurred last Saturday wa one of the lar goat Leld billie county this year Ey erything off red sold well Among the sales were the following 80pound hlioata ST 01 each sows and pigs from 20 Hi 25 cows and calves from 28 to- d16 line aged hud 35 one small two vir old jtck 70 one jennet 59 lou iiiHuiiles Si5 to T5 one bio d tnarefl horH 9j two colts 535 and 10 Cvrn in fiild 150 per barrel oatsSLoO per hundred wagons harrows binders and household goods all brought fair prices rte sale was en tirely satisfactory in every way which was largely due to the untiring eueigy of the gallant auctioneer Thomas Che nault Judge Benton Announces We take pleasure today in publish lug the card of Judge J M Benton of Clark county as candidate for re election to tho office of Circuit Judge in this the Tent fif1h Judicial District Judge Benton is a Madison county man and is one of the kind that Madison county is proud to own any where He Is too well known to all our readers to need any introduction He is not only an excellent lawyer but is also iv leader among men As the chairman of the Clark county Demo cratic Committee last year he won Ihe greatest victory in the history of the county Since his appointment to till ths vacancy caused by the death of Judge T J Scott he has presided over two terms of the Madison Circuit Court with entire satisfaction to all parties Wo recommend him to the voters of Madison county Election Officers Appbinted The county board of election commis sioners met at the court house last Sat urday morning and after organizing by electing Sheriff Wagers Chairman and K B Terrill Secretary appointed the following election officers to serve at the November election Couia HOUSE No IC A Taylor D Judge W H Smith JrR Judge H C Hazelwood DSberiff John Thy lor R Clerk WKST END No 2J H Kennedy D Judge H C Hargis t Judge It Shackelford D Sheriff Geo G Prowitt R ClerkU- NIVEKSITY No 3D M Chenanlt D Judge W T Griggs R Judge W R Letcher D Sheriff Neale Benjett R Clerk EAST END No 4L T Wilson D Jndge W C Fielder R Judge Jen sings Mauplu D Sheriff E Witt R Clerk CIIENAULT No GJ S White D Judge B J Clay R Judge II H Williams D Sheriff L N Ncalc R ClerkFOREST HILL No C W H lladcn D Judge C C Reins It Judge Moi gan Taylor D Sheriff Sam Bennett R Clerk WillIE HALL No 7Eultcne Bur gin D Judge J H M inter It Judge John W Shearer D Sheriff A B Hampton R Clerk McCitEAKY No 8 J 0 Brooks D Judge J W Reed R Judge James Noland D Sheriff Wm Risk R Clerk TIITON No 9Geore GInter D Judge Simpson Norris R Judge C B Combs D Sheriff J W Lewis RII Clerk KAVANAUGII No IOA S Noland D Judge C C Norris R Judge TJ McKinney D Sheriff W H Miller it ClerkWACO No 11W T Fielder D Judge J E Cornelison It Judge W C Terrill D Sheriff M T Bybee It Clerk BUASSFIELD No I2Jamcs Combs D Judge J MHendren R Judge H B Duncan D Sheriff N G Todd R Clerk BEAUWALLOW No 13 Reubin Lakes D Judge Owen Lakes It Judge W C Lewis D Sheriff Lewis SandlinsrJrR Clerk KINGSTON No 14James B Park D Judge Geo W Young Roo Judge It W Boulmare D Sheriff Luther Todd R Clerk BLUE LICK No 15R S Terrill D Judge J C Armstrong It Judge John Johnson D Sheriff John Har wood R Clerk BEKEA No10J M Early D Judge J 14Gay R Judge II C Kinnard D Sheriff TJ Osborn U No 17J D Goodlou D Judge C M Lanstman R Judge Wm Anderson D Sheriff I W Coyle It Clerk DtJSCANSON No I8JB WhIte D Judge J 0 Mason It Judge H C Jones DIIShclilT H E Allen R Clerk BuiiHAit No 19J Sam Campbell D Judge Wm West It Judge JW Ballard D Sheriff A M Davidson R Clerk TEVIS No 20Shelby Jett Dt Judge Newt Hendren R Judge Gi W Shepherd D Sheriff It S Browiij It Clerk GiiDTCHEit No 21T J Curtis Dj Judge John Murphy R Judge T J Douglas D Sheriff D M Tudor Rj Clerk PoosKV No2Vada Tudor D Judge S D Carpenter R Judge Thor Warren DSheriffj JC Hen dren R Clerk DIJudjeiBIGGERSTAiTN QIIJud II beathof a Popular Citizen Jim Smith is dead v IYesgcnilll bighearted whole oued everybodys friend Jim Smiths dead and theheart of the communi ly was stilled as the heart of some istant friend will be stilled on learn UK here for tile first time that tithe iplendid citizen Is no more with usnbu hat the places and people that knew and loved his presence shall know him no more on earth forever It is our sad duty to chronicle all too frequently the passing away of our old ind useful citznn und as each mu ues to his last long home our own heart is touched with a personal sor row that at the time makes us feel that no other death conld be so sad and untimely Thus it is as we contemplate he decease of this widely know cili teiij who seems butnow to be calling to ail in hit iievertobuforgotten cherry rnlca ready for a jest or a joke rend o do some kindly Ileed some act o Charity forgetting it the next moment uecanse he felt it a duty and a pleas die to bring sunlight and happinesf into the lives of others Hence it is that if otto desired to know what man ner of man the deceased was he might Confidently ask lila neighbors find inK Jim Smith to have loved his neigh bor as himself Broadminded libera1 hearted generous even to a fault this man was distinguished among men for his c agnetic disposition enabling him to make friends at sight whose esteem was not diminished by time nor intimacy Thus this mans death is felt broadcast In this community and his memory will long be cherished by thousands who knew him best The funeral conducted by Rev Mr Kyalls of the Baptist church wa one if the largest in ncent j ears ufeattm being the exorcism nt the grave roil ducted by the Elk Lodge Stationed at the head of the grave Hon J A Sul Ivan Exalted Rulerthan whom this land over there is net a nobler official of his rank feelingly opened thy ceremony Esteemed Leading Knight Mayor D n Tevis at the foot Esteemed Lecturing Knight H W Miller and Esteemed Loyal Knight Richard Colyer at the sides responding in the eloquent language of the ritual Chap lain Rev Horace G Turnei ot the Methodist church read and prayed and the Elk Quartette Messrs Scan Ian Thomas Giunchiglianl and Arnold iiang two beautiful selections one WV Shall Meet lint We Shall Miss Him voicing the unutterable anguish of the ttricken family that stood about the llow r leckcd grave The floral tri liutcit were niinsiinlly numerous and handsome completely hidini from view the place where they hunt laid him attesting the high regard in which the deceased was held James W Smith was born Jan 1C 851 near Boonesboro Madison county Ky the son of exSheriff Presley Smith and Paulina Parrish SmIthan only sister Mrs Mary Smith Walden of Danville being the sole surviving relative of his name in Kentucky though numerous paternal aunts and uncles reside in Missouri- In 1878 October deceased married Mary eldest daughter of Wm O and Caledonia Chenault who with five children Misses Katie and Mattie and three sons Wm Chenault James Pres on and Harvey Chenault a bright blueeyed goldenhaired baby of three surviveTo day of his death Mr Smith was a successful farmer and breeder of fine South Down sheep with W G Powell owning the celebrated heard of General C M Clay About ten years ago Mr Smith moved his family to town since which time their home has been noted for its gracious hospitality the extraordinary felicity of the do mestic circle charming every one who entered their door Truly was theirs an exceptionally happy home into which for the first time a serious sor row has just entered Mr Smith was a successful business man of larpe dealings one of those citi Sons who are most useful to the farm lug community buying and selling andI trading keeping money in making markets and paying living price As such he will be greatly missed aside from the social of his character which so endeared peo pletohim IIn parting with our dear friend it is our pleasure to attest to the high esteem in which he was held Iwlloving that as a husband father citizen and friend his was a noble life ending all too soon Peace to his ashes rest to his soul A Dozen Reasons Why You Should Take Ostto pathlc Treatment 1 Tho percentage of its cure is greater than any other system 2 This most of its cures are made when all else has failed 3 It cures many troubles that medi clue cannot 4 The treatment is absolutely safe 5 It does not produce one disease to cure another 6 It removes the cause of the dis ease 7 Improvement continues after treatment and the cure is permanent 8 The system is not saturated with dangerous drugs 9 It is more pleasant to take than any other treatment 10 The method of treatment appeals to the common sense of intelligent peo pie 11 The thousands who have trird it are enthusiastic in its praise 12 This charges are quite reasonable References furnished if desired STATE op OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY BS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of this firm of F J Cheney k Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State afore said unit that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by the use of HALLS CATAUUH CURE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed iu my presence this 7th day of Decem ber A D 1888 GLEASONjPublic Halls Catarrh Cure is taken fnter nallyand acts directly on the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O J Sold by draggfets 75c higHs Family Pihhiraretlto best 1m If the world dont suit you its pea MuU to fudge that Jonc1otiLllt the iYi fNt r 1 Keikf Wherea there are vacancies in Ihe Madison county Democratic Committee in the precincts of University West End Brn8 field and Clay it sonifrtI that the Democratic voters of thtse several precincts rssemble at their re pomfbursday toIM F AEBUCKLE Chairman Pro Tern JAMES NEALE Secretary Pro Tern sep 172 Low Rates to Lonbrille Account of Louisville Horse Show Louisville Ky Sept 30th to Oct 4h 1002 L A Railroad will sell tickets it reduced rates as follows One and onethird fares Sept 29th to Oct 4th inclusive with final limit Oct Gth 1902 Also rate of one first class rare for the round trip Oct 2nd with limit Oct 34 with limit Oct 6th C M Browning sep 242t Oenerrl Manager Y M C A Notes The County Executive Committee held its regular monthly meeting last nightBible classes weeorganizedat Paint rick and Vallev View last week The Paint Lick class meets on Wednesday and Valley View on Friday nights Roth are large classes A careful count of the number of visits to the local Y M C A rooms for one week showed an average of 102 per day The meeting next Sunday afternoon will be led by Mr David Dunn Topic j Do Not Limit Gods Power Ps i8 4041 The meeting at Paint Lick will l e led by Mr W C Kelley and at Vallc View by Mr C R Boucher A county convention will be heM J Versailles on Friday Saturday sid Sunday October 3 5 for the purpose of establishing a county organization oft he Y M C A- Thirtyseven Years Apart The two Synods representing tile leading branches of thIS Presbyterian church In this Statewill meet together in Lexington next month for the first time since the division which occurred in 1SV Since several of the leaders of tho Soiitiern side of the church at that time were Richmond men and on account of the direct bearing tliudivision had on our city it is Interesting to recall some of the facts concerning that last meeting Other denominations had been divided by Ihe war but the Presbyterian church had remained In tact through it all However during the summer of 1865 it was generally thought that there would be a division of the Kentucky Synod at the fall meeting on account of the action of the General Assembly which met at Phil adelphia in the spring of that year It was at that meeting of the General Assembly that ad ipso facto order was passed denying the right of any minister or officer in the church who hind fought in the Southern armies or who had aided the cause of the South the right to have a place in the church courts Si it was known six months before the meeting of Synod that the division would come Dr Robert 1 Breck of this city was the retiring Moderator Ir Synod nnelIII such it was his dulj to preside over that body until the house was organized And it was here that the leaders camp all through the summer preparing for the struggle that was to come Ministers lawyers and elders spent many days studying ecclesiastical and civil law which had any hearing on the subject The problem was to not only hold the churches as they were but to hold the church property in the State The Synod of 1865 met at Henderson Ky When the meeting was opened the Moderator called for the reading of the roll The clerk who was a Union man following the order of thin General Assembly purposely omitted the names of all who had been Southern sympathizers The Moderator first called for the correct reading antI the clerk replied that the roll had been called The Moderator then took the bookand read the names of all the members of Synod It was then that the Union men withdrew and theSynod of Kentucky was divided A new Synodconsisting of the few Union men who hall gone out was organize- dIt was tile wish of many members of the old organization join the Southern General Assembly at once but this was not done until three years later During those years the Kentucky Presbyteries sent their regular delegates to the Northern Assembly but they were never recognized Then a few years later Central University was founded in this city and the Synods held apart uuti ti colleges were united a year ago jt which tune the idea of bniiisig th1 vo bodies of tho church tofi r was suggested During the thirtyseven years that have elapsed shies the Henderson meeting the two bodies have drifted apart both in doctrine and in church government so that they will probably never be permanently reunited 150 round trip to Louisville Sun day on the Louisville Atlantic 1JajZ1 Footwear Winter Shoes Felt Boots Leather Boots Over Shoesthe big gest and best stock in Madison county and a saving price on every pair Winter SUITSCome money OVER COVINGTON BANKS OUTFITTERS MEN AND BOYS flOrAS BARGAINS IN SHOES AND SLIPPERS Kreiders Patent Slippers for 50 aud Patent Two Strap Sandals for 65 and Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals and 19S 5newestRothchilds Chrome 4 styles 250 Infants Moccasins Infants soft tan white black CLOTHINGW- e boequalcdnoys Mattings 1 0 25c Window Shades 65c are invited MILLINERY DEPARTMENT J111IE1toSunday round trip rates on L A 100 to Versailles Nicholasville 70o Irvine 9oc Millers Creek One fare to all other stations tf The Lexington Cattle Sale Co commencing with their next sale on November 1415th will charge SIO per head instead of15 as here for intrance fee J F Cook sep 172t Manager FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SALE Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burnett Shugars Co whose house in Lancaster was re cently destroyed I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT ti Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are not damaged in the and these bargains are a parallel in this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothing is included in this Slaughter Come at and see for yourself the bargains that are being offered and get first pick from this stock of GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prop First St 1 Opposite Court House Gate Richmond Ky wide range of sizes together with a good tailor to alter when necessary insure a perfect fit for every man and our positive guarantee of satisfaction or your governmentbond Guaranteed Suits 1 500 to 2250i = COATS We are looking for a great OverCoat season and are prepared to meet a heavy demand Our stock is the the largest in our history Styles were never more sen sible and you cant go wrong an OverCoat invest ment this fall Come and lets talk it over Guaranteed OverCoats j 5 8 10 J5 andup COMPLETE FOR Celebrated Children 65 75 85e Rothchilds Upper Children 85c 98c 125 150 Men Shoes Kid branded our price lOc sole Shoes red blue 25c to 8 to You to inspect Our C5c tofore business by fire feast without Sale once immense on 175 Baby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 FALL WEDDINGS millIIIUIlItomemost uptodate line in Lexington If you have a present to buy call mill ace us for we think we can satisfy the most fastidious taste in beautiful goods Victor BogaertMANUFACTURINGJEWELER AND IMPORTER 5f E MAIN ST LEXINGTON lV- Our Motto Reliable Goods Fair Dealing Uottom Prices Must LbRegardless of Price WilIgingIuntil every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire OilsVarnishesWindow Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers Tools mustberyandgetPUlL L VILLINQxecutQr Jn I i NI- V j jt UI d K1 fI j i II p If iy ri t t TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence I Woaro pleased toslatethat it is on sale at tho lol lowing places in Madison county Arbucklo t Simmons R chmond Hearer Hamilton Wacn Jo O S Powell Red House VlevJNewbyflurthnJVTeater Kdenton rgLAlUckneriiarly CCMcWharter Coy Kirksville For Sane The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments A J W Webber Berkley KyI38 26 Oeorge Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell DIxon Ky 223 00 N G Brandon Co Dexter Ky33i 20 J KYoungtSon Glasgow Ky 44 10 Vm Knepilen Milton Ky 28 N Phlpps Mt Sterling KyGO 28 Ierdlnaml Schuble Louisville 51 09 Kobt W Owens Louievll e 00 R J Durrctt Preston at road Jefferson county Ky 5 60 Austin llockport Ky Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON n C my6t 1cm If the average mans digestive appar atus is all right his conscience doesnt trouble him much Soda Pop is t purely temperance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing aj superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky Soft You can make your bar ness os Boft aa a glove liTuslnnos Oil You cut lengthen lu Ufa nukclt last twice u long aa It ordinarily Harms Oil make a poor looklnr bar hess like new Mad of pure heavy bodied oil peelallr prepared to with eland the weather 8old everywber- in n1l Mffi bj STAKMRI Ml CO ++ +CALL AT ++++ + JONES MERSH01L SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo ditin cle rs Qennlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss Phone 3 Second St JRIOHMOND KY The hardest lesson we have to learn is how to remember what we do learn MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr1 Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs HayFeverPteuriay WhoopingCough PrieD 50c ci si Trial Bottle Preo Wile Atlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or vcrsamesLawrenceburglShell Smand Cincinnati MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and IlMamCincinnati t Rtr ru pmFromC M BROWNING Gen Mgr lypIlicbinuud AY Dr R Goldstein HoteT i don Wednesday and Thursday October 8 and 9 PhysicianRudpatientsallskill if lon need his services OFFICE Sa in to HOURSHotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r Of the lIighest Order Visit the a1 r Ar illy Our work has taken First Prize at different Stale Conventions apr23 GmoVlJ F J house nrk Lexington Ky NOTICE When you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the FOol lbs Got Married atlast Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see noti- ceThLrman Grocery Co 1jumIf Kentucky Great Trots LEXINGTON STAKES 0OIJJO OO PURSES October7th to17th E Harness wo- uldEUREKA FO- RPhotographs SPENGLEROpera Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5OOO McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3OOO Walnut Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAND RACESITl Gmta topiM EnrOffM Half Fare Rates on all Railroads II P STOLL President E W SHANKLIN Secretary Master ComVs Notice to I Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Floyd Kldd Admr Jas M Hart deed Puff against Jai M Harts Ilri and Crds Dft AU persons baying claims agal it the estse of Ju M Hart decd are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with tbe under aimed on or before the first day of November 1901 or same will be barred S E SCOTT M C M C 0 l7aep4t- 1oommis ioner s Tenor Barrton c riffs againstSaBle c DUe NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of 8ale ot the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1902 In the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Oct 6 02 Between the hours of oclock a m and oclock Court House door in Richmond Malison county Ky being October County Court Day proceed to to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following de scribeS property viz A Tract of Land Lying in Madison county Ky in Blue Lick voting precinct and en Cow Bell Branch ad joining the lands of Ned McHone and Hawkins being the same land where L M Uarrison lived at the time of his death and containing about 71 acres rERMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give good bond with approved security for the payment of the money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from dayof sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the pur chase money is SE SCOTT 17sep3t M C SL C C mmi ion rs ale Floyd Kidd Admr Jas M Hart Pitt against Jas Harts Hrs and Crda Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY D Y virtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Oct 6 02 Between the hours of oclock am and 12 oclock m at the Court House Door in Richmond Madison county Ky being October County Court Day proceed to expose 10 Public Sale to the highest bidder tte following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land On waters of Silver Creek in Madison county Ky known as the Jarman tract sand boundea by Wm Adams homestead Pleas Evans Silver Creek June Armstrong the Kincaid tract etc containing 54 acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land in Madi son county on the waters of Silver Creek call ed the Kincaid tract and bounded by Adams the Walker heirs trsct Big Branch the IK acres sold by Wm Attains to John Kin caid June Armstrong the Jarman tract etc contains 38 acres more or less These two tracts will be offered separately and then aa a whole and the bid producing the most most money will be accepted TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 12 18 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security forthe payment of the purchase moneyto have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S E SCOTT 17sp 3t M C MCC ommi iDn rS ale Andrew Bogie c riff againstElzie c Dfta NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the September term thereof 1002 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Saturday Oct 41902 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property viz A Tract of Land On the waters of Paint Lick Creek in Madison county Kentucky containing 64 44100 acres ana adjoining the lands ol Morris Long Owen East B Williams the Kelly Branch J W Tudor and Woo son Taylor Moss Snyder CO known as the Sallie Bogie dower tract on Poosey Ridge arid on which land is a good dwelling house ind other im provomentsTERMSSale will be made on a credit ef 6 and 12 months The pnr chaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the bearinglegalLien reserved upon Raid property until all the purchase money is pail- S E SCOTT 17sp St M OMCC For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn Organfes ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftoris- Celebrated Shirts WniteAND Gibson RICHMOND KY Music FOt Cows Music hath charms to soothe the unsavage beast of the gentle bovine whose tendon of Achilles is liable to over agitation during the pro cess of milking says an Ex changeThis is the testimony given to a Missouri dairy associa tion One dairyman possess ed a cow so vicious as tore quire roping into her stall at milking time The son ob served one evening that the animal become quiet when he began to tune up to GooGoo Eyes in his best voice Now the rope is discarded the severest measures nec essary being those of Tell Me Pretty Maiden or Suwanee River and the kicking ceases at once It is a known fact that in Switzer land the farm workers who have good singing voices re ceive higher wages because they can milk the wildest and most kicky cows One cautious farmer at the dairy meeting however lowed it might be all right to sing to a kicking cow but hed rather keep an eye on er footas well for fear shed take a notion to dance to the musicThat many animals are kept susceptible to music has been demonstrated many times tin the forest and on the desert Wplves and deer have been kncwn to come al most within the circle of light from a hunters camp fire when he was performing on the French harp better known as the mouth organ The doleful howling of the domestic cur when the church bell rings may be due to the stirring of an embryopic mus ical sensibility or perhaps who knowsthe sweettoned vibrations may have awak ened in his slumberingcanine mind memories of former existences when he ws a bad little boy who didnt go to Sundayschool when the bell rang and was reincarnated as a dog to punish him for his remissnessThe shown herself amenable to musical influ ences to such an extent that she furnishes it herself in large quantities especially in the back yards One tab by was found walking up and down the piano keyboard to evoke a concord of sweet sounds WellSpent It is reported that Mr J Pierpont Moigan gave a news boy fifty cents for a paper and refused to take change The incident is illustrative Mr Morgan not only has the wealth of a Croesus but the wisdom of a serpent He has made that newsboy his friend Whenever Daniel Webster visited New York he occupied a famous double room on the first floor of the Astor House there he was accustomed to receive his visitors and drink his brandy Learning that the barkeeper was politically hostile to him mid was constantly talking against him he one day went to the bar and asked in his best manner for a drink of brandy After takinga truly Websterian slug of the liquor he smacked his lips and placed a dollar on the counter The barkeeper tendered to him the change But Web ster shaking his fine head said No sir no change for such good liquor as that Iiowlongcrill it take the man to fill sack if he does not stop the leak To attempt tO nourish the bodywhen the stomach is dis tryingsack with the hole in it When the stomach and other digestive and organs are diseased there is a constant loss of JEnough bodylosea proof that the food eaten ia largely wasted use it is not digested andas similatedDr Pierces Golden Medica- lDiscoverycures of the stomach and other of digestion and- autrition It stops the leaks nutri tion is 1oetand- enables tke nutriflonweight proves the cure whatthawrites Mrs Warren E Parker of Grange Street fortheor oatmeal without suffering severely In a few rightinagain and he said I had catarrh of stomach nve me medicine but it lid not do any good aS pounds in three months I then com soonbeganoCFaOrllePrescritI have gaiacd tea pods Can eat every thing Dr Pierce Fkaaaat Pent cure COlt L and grandly walked away The barkeeper was ever after ward one of his most enthus iastic supporters Webster had boiiglit him for one dol lar and a tingle sentence and without hs knowledge Mr Morgan too must have a great hea l CourierJournal rThis signature is on cvcry box or tho rcnulne Laxative I3romoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that curc r cold In ono tIny Work Horses in Hot Weather The work horses deserve better treatment during the hot months when they are compelled to labor hard for from twelve to sixteen hours a day We believe that they suffer more from lack of wa ter to quench their thirst than from any other cause In the cooler months of the year the usual watering three times a day is sufficient In the sultry dry weather when we are engaged in harvesting haymaking and threshing the driver will have recourse to the water jug much more frequently and it stands to reason that the Jiprses would feelmuch better and do their work withless misery were they allowed water often Horses in pasture will go to the tank and drink every few hours andjf their systems call for water when they are idle how much more do they crave it when working To give them a chance to drink five or six times a day if it is convenient would be a hu mane practice and one that would enable them to do their work with less effort and keep in better condition If there is no water convenient in the field a barrel hauled out to the field morning and noon would involve out little labor and loss of time and would well repay the trouble one is put to in doing soEx Fortune Favors a Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without KingsNewhead of Kenned lie Tex and soon felt like a new mnn Infallible in stomach and liver troubled Only 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m A remarkable repetition of the number six occurs in the family of Mr John M Wash burn a prominent farmer of Wakefield Spencer county He is the father of twelve children six of whom are liv ing and six are dead six were boys and six were girls Of this number six were twins six have married and six have remained single Mr Wash burn is about sixty years of age and is hale and hearty and from all indications will easily round the period of three score years and ten Bardstown Standard Tetter SatIthium and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci alltvedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ascs Itisa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box nrejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are hot food but ahorseents per package Weekly Crop Bulletin Late tobacco and garden vegetables were injured in some localities how extensive this damage is can not be de termined at present but it is not believed to be very serious The greater portion of the tobacco in the burley districts has been housed but in the west a large part is still in the Held and will need about two weeks more of favorable weather to ma ture properly Corn cutting progressed well The crop as a whole will be nearly up to the aver age but is somewhat irr gu lar it is now about half cut Good rains during the week improved the condition of pastures and pul the ground in good shape to plow for winter wheat Apples are vey poor and peaches are practically a failure Irish potatoes are very fine but sweet 1otatoes are inferior Gardetfs are in fair condition genemlly Sor ghum is being cut and ground and is about an ttfrerage crop Hemp is very satisfactory in quality and jyield The turnip crop andstock peas are not doing well Farm work is well up gondlellwmains single all her dajts Thus head waiter is aj failure if he loses his head I Its not an easy thing Jb consider one banquetcracker a good earn meal Tar payers do not lia ji to settle for the payeVMt1neade f in tIo s n A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVEUV One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures nil kidney and bladder diabetesIsominalrheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo drugdlltsRichmond Ky BEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used ono bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov cry for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when J began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4declv Low Round Trip Rates to Washington Account GAR On account of the Grand Army Reunion at Washington D C the Chesapeake Ohio railroad will sell round trip tickets from Lexington Ky at 1155 and at correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets will be sold on Oc tober 3rd 4th 5th and 6th and will be good to return until November 3rd if de siredExtensive preparations are being made by the Govern ment authorities in Washing ton to decorate and illuminate the Capitol in the most gorge ous manner Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during the reunion to all battlefields and Eastern cities between Norfolk and New YorkThe C Owill have two fast trains each way with fin est sleeping car coach and dining cat service traversing more historic country than any other line For full information or sleeper reservation see any ticket agent or G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent tf Lexington Ky Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that It has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu afterDeeprice of gas from 200 to S175 giventhat payhismonth at tho office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin paytheception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 11III 4 tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATXOR1TE73 RW MILLER ATTOEWIYATLAW RICHMOND EENTOCKY Office B the Bnrnam Building next door to armcra National Bank feb3ly SCrIJLtV AJA ATTORNEYATLA- WRICHMoD KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 DM OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHERAttorneijatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry t Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building Mai nStreet ff a JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Office Stoufler Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Cart place on Urondway- ICHUOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dissolution Notice The firm of Dozier Shearer by mutual consent dissolved partnership on July 10 Mr Shearer remaining in the livery business and Mr Dozier tak ing possession of the grocery All par ties indebted to the firm will save cost by calling and settling their accounts at once sept 10 4t COZIER SiiEAimn Master Comrs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT W H Hurleys Hrs PIlE against W H Hurleys Bra Crdt flits etataoftheunderalgnei1902or same will be barred The administrator WJ Gooch 111abu uadcrsiaonS KSCOTI MvOj M cq DENTAL STJEaSRT 0 aete i iootDE- EfIST LOUISVILLE KY OTOttca next door to Government Building rMsnmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 12lto 4 iioinly Harry M Blanton DENTIST 43Officeiu Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday October 8 1002 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust Brig Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY peo11elItadlsou to teach Ten Days Musical Con- Tentions consisting of rndlmen Ul chorus and voice Also to conduct the music for pro tracted meetings and any nubile gathering Can furnish malo quartette for special occasions Please give ten days notice 30jl 6m NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the es tate of T J Scott deceased are respectfully requested to verify them as is and present them either to me or to my brother John II Welch at Nicholasville Ky on or before October 1902 And all persons Indebt ed to said estate are requested to call upon one of us and settle IDA W SCOTT 27 4 Executrix J Scott deceased KoddDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedigetantsfood It gives instant relief and never fails to cure It allows to eat all the food you want Themostsensitlve manythousandscured after every thing else failed Is unequalled for tho stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on itFirst dose relieves Adietunnecessary Cures aU stomach troubles Oblc31oTheFor sale by Perry Thomas Public Sale I will sell publicly my farm of about Eightyfive acres on Silver Creek two miles west of Whites Station Ky on Wednesday Oct 15 This place has a nice six room residence out buildings good orchard plenty water and in fact is one of the best farms in the county I will also offer for sale at the same time the corn crop of about 40 acres and a large lot of household and kitchen furni ture all firstclass and comparatively new Mrs Nannie Crooke Whites Station Ky 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 goneistheIt 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 4 + tIexamine the in most Intelligent And 3 careful manner without + + charge If glasses are 4 needed I can supply the + correct lenses mounted + in any manner desired t+ ++ + ++ T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler KyArmer 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted ex cursion leave Louisvilleat 12 oclock noon every Tuesday and in thrQu excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Oxtjy 65Oc Tickets on sale daily during September and October DSfromover privileges at important points in Only through r route from this section to California For furtlHir iaformrtion address J1N r FQWITPA 20 PERCENT OFFON iii jg H7 Jraagi 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Stove of any from us We bought early in carload lots therefore ve can save youthe advance in and the freight f WE ARE SOLE AGENTS Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and Heates l can give you a better article for less money than v one in this or any other town OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Disc Plow tne only perfect Disc Plow made Its Right Is Right STOVESWL l description 1sFO- Rtireat Majestic Range IciHARDWARE Farming Implements Chattanooga Made Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will p i you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering ad P pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmons 2PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 W SI T Pt It is time you were thinking about your 59V1bt 31e and therefore it is time to thinkr us You cannot be too particular about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied strHc to select from You want vide variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service imi rightpriTsVethese wants in the fullest measiuv and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before placingyour oti r weSOdham I Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Inly3Ily KENTUCKY J fT Sc 1 IcIHOr1A AN INQIAN TER4I ArebstreacI4 by the Co ton eli ich line runs fWO trainslsday 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