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THE RICHlONDCLIMAX I 1OLTJME 29RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 15 1902 NUMBER 1 and make the water more hen there is your lid Freezer tWorn out Get an O K Freezer and you will never regret the money spent And last but not least dont forgetthatwe sell the best Stoves on earth 0 K Jewell Stoves and Ranges TheWonderful North Star RefrigeratorThe Best Made byicewill solve the ice question and will save money for you Water Coolers Springissparkling inviting e Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth I SHACKELFORD CO Main Street RICHMOND KY aQR t t A penny saved is a penny made For one week only we will sell 17 in foot tubs 29c 18 in foot tubs 48c 20 in foot tubs 57c 21 in foot tubs 72c 10 qt slop pails 29c 12 qt slop pails 33c Japanned coal hods 23 and 27c Boys steel express wagons all sizes COc and 1 70 he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery LAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in ron Beds Bed Room Suits t ining Room ande tchen Furniture e i We guaranteed to save you money W eeordialJy invite our country friends tp callmake our store their headquarters ii J ataa t WeMhiasti IiIplease Our success depends upon it and the reasonable prices at which everything useful is offer edwill astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried do1 JOPLIN hone KYNightG W Evans Jr Undertaking a Specialty Embalmer L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime i Cement Plaster air Etc s Comer MaD and B Streetslrr PhoDe S5 4 END OF WORLD Is Due This Month and As cension Robes are Being Prepared Believing the prophecy of one of their number that the world will come to an end be fore the month of October has passeda band of Second Adventists who reside iu numbers near the border of Susquehanna and Bradford counties Pa are now busily engaged preparing for the eventMany farmers of this faith have turned their stOckout on the hillsides deserted their farms and homes and joined the camp of Second Adventists Others have refused to work or garner their crops believing it would be wrong in view of the proximity of the worlds end Some of the atucamp praying and listening to the exhortations of their leaders and return at night to their homes A few of the more sanguine believers are making robes of ascension Other farmers alarmed at the rapid spread of the prophecy are endeav oring to dissuade the Adven tists from the belief but so far their efforts have met with rebukes and in some cases the wouldbe pacifiers have been driven out of the campEx Natural Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold FO easily No diseaso costs more little lives than croup Its attack is so sud beyondltutnanSuch cases vield readily to One Min ute Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays inflammation removes danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and lung trouble F S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad colt rendered me voiceless just before an oratorical contest I intended to withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal 1m The Wayland Homestead give the following condition of crops oh the sand ridge in Clark county Mo The corn on the sand ridge is getting nearly thirty feet high with an ear at each joint It is feared that the ears cant mature because the stalks take up so much room and if they do the corn will have to be shelled at the saw mills as ordinary elevators cant han dle their size Then there are those big apple trees hanging full of jucy fruit cabbage as big as a Colorado mountain watermelon vines running so fast thatthe boys cant keep up and everybody is getting as fatas Col Shouse the Colonel had to quit eating Even the mosquitoes are as big as quails and are so hungry for lean meat that when a fellow came back from Ohio he had to be kept in a wire cage a few days to prevent the mosquitoes from eating him up bones and all Americas Famous Beauties Look with horror on Skin Eruptions blotches sores pimples They dont have them nor will any one who uses Buck CDS Arnica Salvo It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum van ish before it It cures sore has chap ped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 2oc at Ferry L Thomas drugstore 1m There iu considerable difference between having a big head and having the big head y Graceful wonen Dttlre tcr a Perfect Figure it tnteerMt from IiLoo of the Beautiful The scent of the violet or rose is aa precious as the lovely flowers whose breath they are and while the lives of flowers axe brief and we can onlyenjoy them for a day the beautiful woman gives the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance a woman purity health and elegance she is the refinement of civilization an index always of good taste and an unerring badge gentility BRADFIBLD Regulatorinof no wrinkles pale cheeks or tortured ncrvesandsha Itis Nattire s rcmedyThe druggfstmayofla something else as but themenstrual organs wilt not be de eeivcd and permanent injury may result Try our Regulator ou tnawoaUWIt salted free WC MMFHUJI KWUTM 51 AJUMAMoi tIf Steel Ties A special from New York says railroad managers and steel manufactures are fresh ly interested in experiments with steel ties This is not a new subject but it is stead ily increasing in importance and as time elapses without any satisfactory substitute being found for wood ties it is likely to become really of moment More than 100000 000 ties are annually required by the railroads for their 200000 miles of roadbed and to supply this enormous quan tity there is yearly sacrificed the equivalent of a forest one mile wide reaching from the Atlantic to the Pacific As the necessity for finding a substitute because more urgent inventive genius may be expected to rise accordingly Close observers of this situation are persuaded that it is but a question of a short time only until some manner of satisfactory steel railroad tie shall be produced Experiments have been going on for several years until re cently they were conducted in a more or less indifferent mannar Railroad managers assisted by steel manufactur ing interests have now taken the subject up in a most ser ious spirit A great fortune awaits the man who will produce an available railroad tie of steel The Pennsylvania and sever al other large systems at one time or another have tried steel ties but without success The invariable difficulty is that the steel tie is too unyielding and rigid thus causing excessive wear of rolling gear New designs in steel are now at a premium and as this becomes more widely known the versatile American brain it is believed will prove equal to the occasion The introduction of steel ties will prove a great thing for the steel industry hence the active interest of steel manufacturers Experiments are now being undertaken with a view to the increasing neces sity of the situation The question has engaged the earnest attention of some of the most skillful men in the railroad world as well as in the big steels hops Cures Rhematism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no money simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm ai our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades spitting pains difllcul ty is moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawk ing spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured nundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medi cines had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advised for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for one to suffer the agonies or symptoms ot rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not a patching up Sold at drug storea1 per large bottle Sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also spec ial medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga A personal trial of Blaod Balm is better than a thousand printed testimonials so write at once 1m The republicans of the Seventh district came near not having a candidate for Congress says the Lexington Democrat They appointed Saturday to hold county con ventions to name delegates to a district convention ito be held at toanominate a candidate Igno rant or lawamaking it necessary to file notice of candidacy at Prank fort 30 days before the election there was consternation in camp when a legal brother let the light in on the situa tion Then the telegraph was kept hot till an agree ment with the counties had been made to nominate Mr Cannon and his name was at once certified to the proper authorities All this how ever was a waste of money and energy South Trimbles race will be a wrik over Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist O T Smith of Davis Kyls Dr Kings New DiE coven for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it always cures In my six Years of sales it has never failed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely ou It best phy siciana prescribe it and Perry k Thom as guarantee satWuetioa or Ire tend prIce Trial bet4ltaa free leg dies hoc and gl IB BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must cat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list righttreatment children Littledoses everyday shapethathealthy straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhoodSend for free sample SCOTT d BOWNE Chemists 4O94I5 Pearl Street New York Soc and tzoo all druggist The Farmer Pays the Tariff Experience with the Coal Trust and the beef barons merger inclines readers to an attitude of philosophic doubt concerning the promise of the new 90000000 Har vester Trust of substantial benefits both to consumer and manufacturerthe consumer being the American farmer whose welfare is the basis of our prosperity The economies in production of which trust promo ters in this case say so much will in this case be realized They are already indicated in the prospective laying off of 10000 salesmen and many clerks martyrs to prosperity But the merger makers not the public will get the bene fit With the Dingley duty of 20 per cent on farm machine ry the American market is controlled by American mak ers Our factories the big gest in the world have com bined to exact the last penny of tribute at home while marketing their surplus abroad at lower rates Al ready we sell more than 16 000000 worth of farm ma chinery per year in other countriesmore than a mill ion dollars worth each to Great Britain Russia France Germany and Argentina about a million in Australia and smaller quantities elsewhere The American farmer pays the tariff the foreign buyer of farm machinery gets the benefit of the only competi tion it leaves possibleNew York World Out of Deaths Jaws When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and Liver trouble yearsritesKings New Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect health Best Trills ThomasNew Oil Field A new oil field has been opened in Bath county by the finding at a depth of 480 feet a flow of oil said to be green in a well drilled on theEmbry land near Olympian Springs A twelve foot layer of sand similar to that in the Ragland field was struck then a thin layer of soapstone just above the oil Another well was drilled on an adjoining farm which showed a small percent age of green oil The St Louis Oil Co in which citi zens of Montgomery county are interested has the lease on this land and theabove are the only two wells they have drilled Mr W B White of this city is manager of the company Mt SterlingDem Look Out For Fever BilliouBness and liver disorders at byl1eanslnlLittle Early Risers These famous lit lie pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently but copiously and by reason of the tonic propertiesRlve tone and strength to the glands 1m A Kansas widower who got married again in two weeks after his wife died went out and tried to hush up the char ivari party by telling them medItohouse where a funeral had- recurred so lately This is retty near equal to the story bf a fellow who killed both is father andhis mother and thoTQuIWthMhe e t a What Burgoo Really Means The word burgoo the full meaning of which all Kentuckians will vow they understand is further eluci dated by Mr Young E Alli son in an article in the Insurance Field Mr Allison digs down into derivation of the noun and places a con strution on the word which the most expert of burgoo connoisseurs may not have seized Mr Allison says The announcement of the burgoo for the entertainment of local agents at the Nation al Association meeting in Louisville has uncovered on the part of the press a State of innocence as to what a bur goo actually is We call it innocence as distinct from ignorance especially when such a noble guess is made as to its meaning as that whidh proceeds from the Weekly Underwriter We had thought however that the word burgoo was well un derstood everywhere It is derived from the low Latin burgus fortified as a town and googoo very good Hence the word burgoo Something very good forti fied with other good things as will be found in Careys Dictionary of Double Deriva tions Burgoo is literally a soup composed of many vege tables and meats delectably used together in an enormous cauldron over which at the exact moment a rabbits foot at the end of a blue yarn string is properly waved by a colored preacher whose sala ry has been paid to date Our contemporary is wrong in supposing that the natural juices of Kentucky grains en ter into the compounding of the burgoo These are the good things by which the burgoo Is fortified but like all fortifications they properly lie outside the thing to be fortified They are therefore laid in before and after the burgoo and there are epicures who lay them in enduring of the burgoo but the practice is not universal The Bap tists decry it as diluting the water of the soup too much The Methodists are divided and the Episcopalians leave it entirely to individual de cision Tetter SaUIlheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad oases have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr C dS Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PrIM 25 Tents per package Be instant in season and out of season is a motto worthy of any man who ad vertises In the dull season one who has things to sell has need of all the trade he can get He may deem it prud ent to cut down his pace somewhat but if he be wise will not let his advertisement isappear altogether Like the sun the advertisement should be seen every day in the jear Printers Ink MRS L S ADAMS Of GalvcNton Texas NessingtoKVCH with weakness and bay- ingdown pigs and having tried sty eral different medics with ne success your Wine of Cardui was the only thing which me and eventually cured me It timed to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses of the wombovarian troublcsor any of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself at bone with thisjjrcat women 8 remedpWino Wine cured thousands of cases Which doctors have failed to benefit Why not to well today AU- druggiSts have 100 bottles For any stomach liver or bowel disorder ThedfordY Blackttanght should be used roradlee ndnad airing lynptomf TM liiduf AdrtKKT I ejnpt ment Ch ttnecn iletUclnj Co C I Taaw WINECARiWI Q II DONT BUY A BUGGYNor 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 fientueky Camag AJDorVs gohn 1oTesoT FT1 Wagon Load After Wagon Load of i EJitt ic Have Been Contiually Unloaded at the BUSY BEE GASH STORE Until the progress along the street for a whole week was impeded and people had to walk around or pick their way through the wallof boxes that surrounded our entire store delaysinBannerFallf 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 theme O Our New Dress Goods Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is alroady beginning to go out Every weave in favor this season is being shown and their beauty and elegance com mentedon by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys mCLOT INfi 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 98c 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 a look at our Clothing it will pay you 0ur UnderweaurFills nearly one entire room in the great store Cant name prices space wont permit If you fail to get our pricEs on Underwear you are bound somebody too much money for what you buy are in the box t Best 4c spool New Line Fleec Back Waistigs 8Kc 1 Clover Leaf bleached lOo each lOp Mend tOe 5c Lexington Yarn ic pd- t Already our Customers are beginning to say that we will never sell all the CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS Monte Carlos Jackets Furs of all kinds Ladies readymade Skirts and Tailormade TailormadeSuitmiles to see whether you buy or not The new style garments will tempt you our low cash price will sell you We showing the newest things Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery pairOurour prices lowest lbButtermilkSpool Cotton prGoodi 81cGoodqualityGood 25cLargeTowels shirtsNewSuspenders Boys Suspenders dozenj Fur We are Sole Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee theHawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOE IDEPARTMENTYou 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 bestqualitiesandsaveyoumoney Carpets Rugs Matting Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas Mona youwrntWe 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 read every 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 pushdontztomerWeWe are Very Respectfully yN D OLDHAMcoBUSY BEE CASH STORE J u J r J LThe Richmond Climax J OCHENAULT President A D MILLEt Manager BOBT8CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY OCT 15 1902 t1BL1SUltJ ZVRY WEDNLSIJAY BY Tho Climax Printing Co Incorpora- tedANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUITJUDO- Eeareaulhorfted to announce J M Ben ton or Clark county as a candidate for CIr- cuit Judge in tho SSlh Judl U1 dsstrict subject to the action of the Democratic part FOR COMMON AEALTIIS ATTORNEY We art authorized to announce B A CnUTCHKB of Jessamine County a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for 25th Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce ROY C WHITE as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN n WRECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friends in the past will favorably consider claims that may have to the nomination and if Dominated I promise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully B U TUORPE Notice Of Fiinury Section At a called meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee a quorum being present it is ordered 1st That a primary election be held in Madison county Kentucky on the 22nd day of November 1902 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison county to be vjted for at the general election in 1933 A poll will be opened at six oclock a m and closed at four oclock p in on the snM 22 of November in each of the legally established voting precincts in Madison county at the usual voting places in said precincts 2nd That on or before twelve oclock noon on the 7th day of November 1902 each person expecting to be come a candidate in said primary shall deposit with W It Shackelford Treasurer the sum of 150 to be used for the purpose of defraying expenses of said primary election and any per son failing to make eaid deposit on or before twolve oclock noon November 7th 1902 shall be ineligible to be voted for at said primary election If the amount deposited should be deemed insufficient to meet the necessary ex pense the committee shall compel the candidates qualifying to contribute pro rata the necessary amount 3rd Each candidate qualifying for Eaid election shall not later than No ember 7th 1002 submit to the Dem ocratic Committee a list of election officers for each voting place in the county4th That eaid primary election shall be held under the law governing such elections 5th That all legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the Democrat ic party and who expect to and pledge themselves to support the nominee of said party and all persons who will be legal voters at the November election 1003 who pledge themselves to sup port the nominee of this primary shall be eligible to vote in said primary Oth Notice of this action shall be published in the Kentucky Register and in the Richmond CLIMAX and shall be posted at twentyfour conspicious places in the county one in each vot lug precinct and on the Court House door ij Richmond Kentucky forty lays before the said 22nd of November 1902 7th The County Court Clerk is di rected to prepare ballots for this prim mary as required by law not later than the 10th day of November 1002 JOHN IJ CHEXAUIT oat 1U Chairman Dam Com THERE are 45 counties In Kansas where there is not a single pauper in the poorhouse and in 47 counties there is not a criminal for trial We have just received u car load of seed rye which we are offering at the lowest price E DEATIIERAGE Co cir HrowerCo LEXINGTON KY A Rou- ghExhibition Of a Smoo- thProposition A modern up to date Leather Rocker beau tiful designmade of q mated oak piano polish upholstered in gen uine maroon leather of best quality Large Restful Comforta bleWe a great line of Rockers and Fancy Chairs Especially attractive are our 3 350 and 4Rockers in Oak and Mahogany finish with lejither sett- sCF1BrowerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY Ilk LEXINGTONjiiry sitR I Osteopathy At first sight the stranger to the word Osteopathy gathers from its etymology osteon bone and pathos dsease that it means a treatment of bonediseases Us meaning Is much broader Dr A T Still the founder used the word because he discovered the importance of maladjustments in the bony framework of the body in causing disease lie studied the skel eton aa tho foundation of anatomy and grounded bis science upon it Ho ex tended tile meaniug of the word to ape ply not only to disturbances in the skeleton but as well to disturbed relations of ligaments tendons muscles bloodvesEcls nerves and other body tissues Thus the word has come to mean that science which finds in dis turbed mechanical relations of the anatomical parts of the body the causes of the various diseases to which the hu man system is liable that science which cures disease by applying tech nical knowledge and high manual skill to the restoration of any or all disturbed mechanical relations occuring in the bodyOsteopathy is skilled engineering of the human machine An acceptable definition is The science of treating disease through a technical manipu lation by which the practitioner intel ligently directs the inherent recupera dye aesources of the body to the res toration of health It rests upon the theory that every diseased condition not due to a specific poison is tracea ble to some mechanical disorder which if corrected will allow Nature to resume perfect work Osteopathy is a system of curing deformities nnd diseases without the use Of drugs or knife It regards the human system as capable of keeping itself in perfect health when rightly aided It holds that tint vital processes within the body are capable of produc ingail chemical and vital fluids and substances necessary to the health and repair of the body It therefore discards drug medicines and trusts to Nature intelligently aided to maintain health Dr Andrew Taylor Still a medical practitioner of forty years experience an old volunteer army surgeon now seventythree years of age and resid ing at Kirksville Mo Not satisfied with the results attainable by the use of drugs what physician is and haying lost three children by cerebrospi nal meningitis in spite of all medical science could do to save them he set himself the task of discovering a better way of curing disease This was in Baldwin Kans in 1875 Ae beuan a careful study of anatomy using the skeleton and the natural body as his textbooks and gradually developed in spite of calumny and opposition a sys tem of treating disease upon purely anatomical and physiological grounds a natural method lIe first found that he could stop bloody flux by manual treatment of the spine at the origin of the nerves which control the circulation of blood and the motor activities of the bowels He saw that these cases were caused by obstructions to tho activities of the nerves These obstructions he remov ed lIe extended his studies to all di seases until he had built up a system applicable to all the common diseases and deformities of the body It meets the demand for a druglees system of healingIt saves from surgery n large percentage of cases Appendicitis tu mors hemorhoids gallstones affections of tho spinal cord deformities and many conditions regarded by medical science as amenable only to surge ry yield to its ministrations As a html resort surgery should be appealed to in any necessary case but the need of curtailing the indiscriminate and fatal use of the knife so prevalent in modern times was as crying a one as was the need of escape from the thralldom of drugs Many who are strangers to this new science are prone to regard it as fraud or to class it with Faith Cure and Mas sage A thing may be both new and true The description of au automo bile would have shocked tho credulity of the wise men of long ago Why not improve upon old methods of heal ing as well as upon old ways of locomotion Osteopathy is not a confidence game Its credentials will satisfy the most exacting Its legal status is equal to that of medicine It was first legalized by the legislature of Vermont in 1896 It was later recognized by law as a sys tern of healing in the States of Iowa Michigan Missouri North Dakota South Dakota Illinois Tennessee Ohio California Montana Kansas Nebraska Indiana Wisconsin and Con is no State in which the prac tim of Osteopathy is prohibited Wherever it has gone and its practitioners are found in every State and territory of the United States in Canada Hawaii and in some other foreign countries it has so well demonstrated its claims to recognition that it has been welcomed as a permanent institution Osteopathy has come to stay Its only recommendation now antI al ways is its power to cure sick people A sick man cares not what is the theory of the school of practice under which he recovers health Thus the people have become the friends of the science They have prevented every one of the frequent attempts made at the instiga tion of medical men to pass restrictive measures by which Osteopathy would be prohibited It has gained legal rec ognition in onethird of the States of the Union and this in less than five yearsTo be continued Good Roads Convention Arrangements for the Good Roads Convention which will be held In Lexington October 21st and 22nd were made by the Executive Committee which met in Lexington last Friday It was decided to request each county Judge each commercial organization and each Mayor It the State to ap point five delegates to the convention All Manufacturers of road machinery are invited to send representatives to exhibit their machines The local committees in Lexington will arrange for the building of a sample road near that city during the convention Catarrh Caanot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reajh the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional die sease and In order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Jure is taken Internally and acts directlv on the blood and mucous surfaces Tails Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in tills coun try for years and is a regular I1res tion It Is composed of the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mu cous surfaces The perfect combina tion ol the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing ratarrh Send for testimonials P L OHENEY CO Toledo O Eold by druggists 75c Halls Family Fills are the bet tn DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache All diseases of Kidneys Bladder Urinary Organs acheHeartDIseasebravCiDropsy CURE Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Dr I enner lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours All consultations Your Kidney and Backache Curo has cured two very bad cases among our custo mers the past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la Druggists 5Oc1I Ask for Cook BookFree iIITIIOiflAPJflCSureCureCIrcuInrDzI PERSONAL Hon George G Gilbert was in the city Saturday Mrs William Smith is visiting rela lives in Cincinnati Mr W C Gormley is attending the trots at Lexington this week Miss Janie Myers has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs Delaney Lackey of Lancaster visited relatives here last week Mrs J W Zaring was the guest of friends in Lexington last week J W Cole of Huntington W Va was in town several days last week Miss Esther Burnam of Frankfort visited relatives in the city last week Miss Ivi Chenault has returned to Lexington after a visit to relatives re- Miss Nettie Scrivner of Winchester spent Sunday with relatives in this city Mr Robert Humphries of Cincinna ti is the guest of Mr S Neville Mob erly Mrs T J Smith and Miss Helen Bennett visited friends in Lexington last week Mr R H McCreary of Chicago is tile guest ot Senator and Mrs Jamea B McCrearyMrs Jasper and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Boone county Miss Alice Walker has returned to her home in Lancaster after a visit to Mrs E E McCann Mr and Mrs Henry Jones of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John W Arnold Miss Margaret Crooke and Miss Sal lie Rucker are visiting Miss Kittie Hanna in Harrodsburg Miss Anne Cohen has returned to her home in Versailles after a visit to Mr acd Mrs M S Cohen Miss Cynthia Foster left Monday for Springfield Ill where she will visit relatives for several weeks Mrs Dabney Crenshaw who spent several weeks at White Hall has re turned to her home in Richmond Va Mrs N B Deatherage and Mrs C H Higgins were in Lexington last week the guests of Mrs B C Hager manMr and Mrs Sharp of Shelbyvill who have been the guests of Dr and Mrs B L Middelton returned home Monday Mr and Mrs E B Harber of Bloom iriK ton Ill have returned to their home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Jo S JoplinDr Mrs McFerran Crowe and little daughter Elizabeth of Versailles spent several days with relatives here last week Rev Hugh McLellau left Monday to attend the National Convention of the Christian church which convenes at Omaha today Mr W S Bronstou assisted by Mrs S Neville Moberley led the German given in Lexington Friday in honor of Mr and Mrs J B Hapgin Miss Nettie Hurst has gone to Valley View having accepted a position in the millinery department of Rev J W Pathera store at that place Mrs W R Letcher has just received some novelties in embroideries mater ills and designs and would be glad to show them to her friends and customers MrsEH Perry of 1901 Fifth St Northwest has returned from her sum mer vacation and has as a guest her neice Miss Luxie Ballard of Richmond Ky Washington Post The marriage of Miss Lillian Chen ault Watts and Mr William 0 Smith of Lexington will take place to day at the brides homn in Fayette county- A number of friends from this city will be present at the marriage The bride is an exceedingly attractive young la dy and is very popular here having visited in this city frequently- J W Bales of Richmond exSheriff of Madison county and one of the largest fancy horse dealers in Central Kentucky was mingling with horse men here yesterday Attorney Green Clay grandson of Gen Cassius M Clay the Old Lion at White Hall and Captain Jennings Greenleaf the McCreary Guards both of Richmond were interested spectators at the trots yesterday Lexington Democrat Mr John Marts of Richmond Ky is among the guests in the cityi He is a handsome young bachelor with a number of friends hereMissRay McGarvey daughter of Prof and Mrs J Will McGarvey now of Richmond Ky has begun making weekly trips to Cincinnati to take lessons from Jose Marien tho famous Belgian violinist Mr Marien is connected with time Col legs of Music and is one of the four greatest violinists in this country Lexington Leader RELIGIOUS Dr J W McCown will occupy the pulpit at the Baptist Ohnrch next Sun day morning at 11 oclock Rev Sanford M Logan of Middles boro has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church alWilmore Rev Hugh McLellan will assist the pastor ot the Nicholasvillo Christian Church in a protracted meeting which will begin the first Sunday in Novem bet and continue two weeks Itey Lacy Moflatt who is working under time direction of the executive committee of Foreign Missions of the Southern Presbyterian Assem b I y preached attime FirstPresbyterian church Sunday morning at which time one hundred and fifty dollars was raised for the cause Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets B cents each i coffee 10 cents per pound TEX CKNT STOKE Next door to GovernmentBldg- apr30lyr Great Sale Col L Shelby Irvines great sale of jack stock was held at the Madison County Styckyards yesterday There were buyers on hand from all over Kentucky and many of the States of the North and West The bidding was spirited and all sold well Coal Strike Ended It was announced yesterday that an agreemeet had pee reached between the striking miners of the anthracite dis trict and their Imployers by which the whole matter will be referred to a com mission appointed by the President Both sides agree to abide by tho decis ion of the committee With the lowing Trumpets Gen John B Castleman has been granted the contract for carrying the mail from Pleasant Hill to Burgin The notice of the award was received by Postmaster Baker of Louisville Wednesday morning Instead of using an old mail wagon Gen Castleman will have the mail transported by a coach and four with a trumpeter in liv ery Time original bid of Gen Castle man was thought to be too high but the Government after considering the improved method by which Gen Cas tleman proposed to handle the mail de cided to give him the contract which will be in effect until June 30 1004 Foul Murder In Lexington At an early hour Saturday morning Addison R China one of Lexingtons most prominent citizens was murcleied in his bed by burglars Two masked men entered his room and demanded his money or his life He explained that he kept no money about the house but they reiterated their demand at this juncture his wife began to scream and her grown son Ass Chinn who was sleeping in another room came to the rescue and began shooting The elder Chinu was shot in the breast and died at once The son was shot sever al times and very bally woun led but it is thought will recover The burglars escaped by tie window through which they entered Mrs Chinn got a slight view as they lighted a match and she says they were small men and bv their voices were white men About thirty men were arrested on suspicion but all were released except two Chas Thompson and Claud OBrien They will be held until their guilt or Innocence will be proven conclusively KINGSTON Mrs T J Roberts who has been very ill tor some time is convalescing Mr J Speed Opg a merchant at Kingston has gone to Louisville to lay in his winter goods PAINT LICK Mrs Mary J McClintock is visiting her brother Mr Wm Anderson I Mr Salem Wallace has returned to Lexington after a visit to his homo folks lIe has a lucrative position with the Security Trust and Safety Vault Co Miss Annie Francis leaves lodaj for Corbin to take a position as book keeper for the SInter Machine Co Miss Maggie Francis will JO to Lexington 4o take a course in Miss MuLl kens school Rev C S Young went to Louisville to assist Rev S W Reed with corn Lick is improving Mr it L Jennings has made quite an improve ment by a new addition to his store house anda new millinery store whare Mrs Minnie Jennings has a handsome line of goods John Noe aged six years died at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs M L Noe Sunday Being the youngest child it was quite a shock to them May the God ofall grace comfort their bleeding hearts Mr Noe has sold his farm of 200 acres to Mr Hensley for 10000 Dr Hobson dentist next doom to Government building tf Richmond Ky No artist has ever painted a picture so pretty as the prints of a babys fin gers on the window pane TO OTTRE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents When a Christian has to stop and ask himself is It riJhttr he may take it for granted that it is not The Four Ds Charles Spurgeon once said that there were three great enemies to man miJlhthavedyspepsia The evil results of this exajZgeratedJtsand are as far reaching as the effects of the curse that was laid on the Jackdaw of Rhelms which was cursed in eat ing and drinking and sleeping in Standing and sitting and iyiu g The good effects of Dr Pierces Uolden Medical Discovery are most marked in aggravated and chronic cases of dyspepsia It enables the stomach glands to secrete the necessary quantity of digestive fluids and this at once re- mOveR that craving or gnawing sensa tion so common to certain forms of in digestion It tones and regulates the stomach invigorates the torpid liver glandskeenMedical Discovery cures ninelyeijrht per cent of those who use it Dr superiortobowels are obstructed The man who is always going to do reat things tomorrow usually spends today in worrying over trfles Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea parthatrip says F L Taylor of New Al any Bradford county Pa I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of the Laceyvillo Messen ger that I take 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 time trip successfully and never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was almost ofIysenterysame remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton Ha Iian im Envy is the mother of disconten Idleness is the father Happiness is always where wo find it but seldom where we seek it GEESE WANTED JOQ carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF self 24tf Richmond Ky Keep your money at home when vou want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFKS SsKAaux TalJcwe Notice to Creditors Parties haying claims against the estate of W M Bmmbtck are requested to present same verified its required by law to the nn dersigned on or before December 1902 All parties indebtel to the deceased are requested to pay promptly to the undersigned S J nnUMBACK toe It Admr W M Brnmback muii siDn r al Floyd Eidd Actair Jas M Hart PIUs againstJas and Crds Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BYvlrtueofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1902 In the above style cause the undersigned will on UrQfY delete 251k premisesInPublic Sale to the highest and best bidder tho following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land On the waters of Silver Creek in Madison countyNykrownas the Jarman tract and- bounded by Wm Adams homestead Pleas Evans Sliver Creek June Armstrong the Kin cal tract etc containing acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land In Madison county on the waters of Sliver Creek called Kincaid trart and bounded by Wm Adams the 4 alker beta tract Big Branch the Ui KincaldJunetaining 38 acres more or less These two tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole and the bid producing the most money will be accepted TERMS Sale vill be made on a credit of 6 12 18 months Thii purchaser will be required to give good bond with security for the payment of the purchase money to have bearinglegsllntercstserved upon slid property until all the pur chase money Is aidS E SCOTT soctat MCMCC- 20TH CENTURY IDEAS There is no doubt that DeBaagh Is a Past Grand- Master in the art of pleasing people His ideas are essentially original and novel lie has elim- Inated from programmes all of theold stereotype features which for years have becn popular concert bands Svery presented DeBaogh is of orlginalappearedTheupon its tour can chiefly be attributed to the tact thepeopleadistinctlyone is infinitely to anything heretofore presented by a similar organization One Night Only October J6 iiiy AT New Opera House You Need Stove PUBLIC SALE Saturday October 25 At 11 oclock a in I will sell to time highest Wilder in front of time Court- House in Richmond Ky my Tobacco Warehouse and Lots situated on the L A rail road west side of Laurel street Rich mond lot fronting 125 feet running back 150 feet The property will be sold separately in three lot making two firstclass building lots 40 feet front nnd then as a whole anti the bid real izirgr the most money will be accepted The Warehouse 31x48 5s strongly built two stories hich nl1lllI3 a good cellar Prizing Room and Dry House m con nection separate from main building Suitable for factory warehouse or storage for any purpose Richmond is the most centrally looM ed town in the State and gives special inducements towards any kind of factory All of said property will be sold on liberal terms For further infonna tioa call on or write to J Calvin Taylor Richmond Kv or the undersigned corner Fifth and Woodard avenue Lexington Ky Burgin Taylor Dmmi i n r S a1- cETFishCo Puffs against KizCornnlison Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tie Madison Circuit Court rendereil at the September Term there of 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will oft Monday Nov 3t02Cetween the hours of 11 oclock a in and 12 oclock m at the Court House COtlntyKyDay proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the fol lowing described property viz The Undivided OneFifth Interest Of Kiz Cornelison in and to the follow- Ing two tracts of land viz 1st The undivided one fifth interest in a tract of land situated in Madison county Ky on the waters of Silver Creek containing 55 acres more or less and known as the Jarman land and ad joining the lands of C A Moore II C Kinnard and others it being the homestead of Amelia Jarman at the time of her death and situated on both sides of the Berea and Kiitstou pike and on the south side of Silver Creek 2nd Also her undivided one fifth part of n tract ol land containingabont 20 acres more or less in Madison county Ky on the north and opposite side of ilver Creek from the foregoing 55 acre tract and adjoining the land of Pat BengeOr quantity thereof to produce the sum of 102180 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMSSaid Sale will be made on a credit of six months Time pur chaser will be required to Rive bond with approved security for the payment of time purchase money to have the force and effect ofa judgment bear irfsr legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is ps id S E SCOTT 15oc3t M C 51 C C Q Big Dill Coal Co t ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coalw J I Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J + grate without any attention J J J+ ++++4++ t+u FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to Miller Bros are to be found of every description but of the best qualities excellent workmanship and such that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only My work is well known tothose who have dealt with me before and to newcomers I am prepared to furdish RichmondIRemodeling Repairing and Dying isdoneLexingtonvisitfact BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Practical Manufacturing Furrier KyNext IWhat I Vitals time use running a risk by buying common stoves when we can supply you tho best time market affords Our Air Tlgnt Ra tar will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills andgood service We have in stock a car load of mUickory W gons OurlinehrQwJ re in ever department Is complete and you can save Glveusyourorderteed Respectfully 9YLOR IROS 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 not been overlooked and customers can expect tile same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De partment famous in the business WmIMn SkfrtsMade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 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 skirtingfullflounce 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 Fancy Waistings in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 60 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations 99c Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season flSc Fanc Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8J 10 and loc a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Rag 25 and iJc Childrens Purss with cimajim4 c Call in anti our goods and be prettiestline OWEN McKEE ffrCBf FTOenin- uITT Jl A 4 LOUIS c GUS STRAUS I We have received our new fall line of andOVERCOATS The principal recommendations of these stFnshlonboysandwould like to have you to give us a call Full line of Lion Brand Shirts at 75 cents Beautiful line of AquaProof Rain Coats r lOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY GREAT OF OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENIRichard Largest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky Most Beautiful everdisplayeqjnmv store The Best and most up to date markets in the United States have been sough twvith the result that today no f Dry Goods House 4U in Central Ky outcan class our vast t emporium My prices as well as my line of goods will please The Millinery Department 3 is in every particular first class and you can see the beautiful foil styles bycalling at my store Give me a call before going elsewheref tftJ JsE SMITH t 1I CY l e Richmond Climax DSESDAY OCT 15 1002 Your city taxes are now ePlease call and settle L P Evans I ti City Collector Rooms for rent apply Mrs SallIe WardSlp10lf I Kanawha Salt at L R intons oct J3m I Li rnlb r tire baby buggy almost ood IS nrw fur sate cheap Call Iliis cffi eotfI Lv Bireliuins Worhl of Mysteries ilbcat Shepherds Hall Klrksville r lober 17 N and 20 t 150 lo Cincinnati and return ia 4 next Sunday October 19 i in leaves at l52a m ames Dozier shipped a car load off s which averaged 200 pounds to Cincinnati market Saturday raU on us lor your timothy seed have j st received a car load- IE4TIIE1ixQEE Co The lawS of the Pattie A Clay irnwry will give a dinner in tlie I met House store room county court I in October sep104t Dontluv your Holiday gUt until leeetlie beautiful things lila Mis lary Circle will have at their Bazaar I November tBrgttt vour oil suit and trousers have them cleaned and pressed by new process Si FER MAuLER Tailors Frrnis Mars contralto and IMrs f ist known the country iraate lloosfer nightengale will I ts rt JI hail Kirksville Oct la L LsiieEffpn wanted to look after our rests Madison and adjacent t mties salary or commission Ad sTse yhlr Oil Company t Cleveland Ohio Lexiflhra Combination Cattle Co I hold fir second salo of Short In te Tattersalls building on ember 14 and 15 of 120 cattle con aed I t e lit Breeders in Central ntncky J F COOK Mgr 2t Lexington Ky hit lav of old efl Ktjhts were bold nd Barons held their way ks loved the silver and the gold ast as they do today i aii aes silver and gold have jed tlf world Jewelry hold sub e faction for everybody Wee ail knJs you will admire at tsyou will regard with fever Come indsf ttf handwork of the best d and silver smiths in the land itfj s methinj you should buy me whom you not only have fiJpUic Iut who has the necessary iwleJj t t ll good from bad Years expreKe give us that knowl e tf L E LANE Firm Sold Ir Jn E Baldwin has sold his IT acres near Clays Ferry to CUi I M The price issaid to be- ut1 fakeo Up akeii p as stray a small brown kjngrarp mule was taken upon esdayut 7 Ownei can have same properly proving ownership and infiiLarges J H Allman tf Chief of Police Mrs Mi at Klrksyille Irs KfciJ will take her class of ingiailjpsand gentlemen from Rich net ti give their entertainment in iphera s Hall Kirksville Satmday lit October 25 which will be the sstthnjever given In Kirksville One there can afford to miss it Lest Cow flst Sun jay from stock polls one rowaijijiit 8 or 10 years old deg ring in tight tar Liberal ard r any information leading to rccory S D SANDERS 2t Cottonbnrg Ky FobHc Sale Ir Pai Noble will offer a public eat place near Runyon Grove nri Jiov 1 Several good farm rse 11llthlOWS and calves a fine d Turling and 2yearold cattle go try and harness besides Ins hold and kitchen furni e oct 15 2t Buys aJlime Ir I lienault Cashier of the ci g Link has purchased the old cJ r 3nce on Limestone street Mrs Maria Bacon for which bed M Mr Chenault will make vrrr handsome placf as he and his mate wire are people cultivated tea Lexington Gazette Street Improvements ilie vStrr et Committee has a large S fen at work on sewers on Lan ter Avenue and Water street This er was put in about three years ago u there was not fall enough to se perfect drainage it lisa been nee ry tj lay it deeper A larger tiling be pa in along thin west sldo of MaatHr AvenueReady number of friends in the county o are interested in the Confederate me have very liberally volunteered otTer hams bacon and other things the Home General JM Poyntz ounces that he is now ready to re re these gilts and if left at Mr T 1i ins1 grocery will be shipped to thA me at Peewee Valley Pottle Sale of Bank Stock I will sell at public sale In front of RielnuondKy FarmersNationalknown on day of sale 2t MRS M E SHEAREK GEESE WANTED andDucksmarket price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Shcpads Hall Mr G B sheperd of Kirksville re whereliescenery for Shrperds Hall The curtain is a workof art and many merchants in tho county have taken ad buyapaceted free 011 tile opening nicht October 17th To Be Dedicated The Confederate Veterans Reunion will be held in Louisville on October 23 and 24th and quite a number from this county expect to attend Oa the first day of the reunion the new con federate Home at Peewee will be dedicated Several of the most prominent speakers of the South will he thereto take part in the exercises andevery effort is being rnadeto make the day a grand success The Headquarters President Anisdan of the L A in conversation with a gentleman from this city the other day said that when the road was finished that the head quartets would be at Richmond The trains on both divisions will start from here and this will be the home of the nlreadyleavesevery month and it will not be long un til that amount will be doubled New Opera Rouse Oct H Lcnt Gall to See It This greatest and best band in Ameri ca today De Baughs 20th Century Band 40 people will arrive here Thursday at 720 p in from Lexington where they are delighting thousands with their sweet music The seat sale for those who subscribed to bring the attraction here will begin Wednesday from 0 to 12 and from 2 toG p in The seat sale will open to the general public on Thursday at 830 a in to 12 and from 1 to 6 p m Will Give a Concert The numerous friends of Miss Minnie Dykes will be glad to learn that she will give another concert in this city on November 11 It will be remembered that Miss Dykes gave a most pleasant entertainment here last winter and her second appearance will looked forward tJ with pleasure This entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Cecilian Club Miss Dykes will be assisted by Mr William L A malar violinist and Mr ODonald tenor Transylvania The rich Transylvania stake value 6000 was won Thursday at Lexing ton by Ozanaoi Prince of Orange sec ond Major Delmar third Best time 207J It took six heats to settle the race After the first heat the great blind trotter Rythmic Scott Hudsons entry was drawn Rounding into the stretch he struck his left forequarter cutting his foot almost off The fa molts horse will hardly start in a race again Major Delmar was favorite in this race Dates Cancelled Hon G G Gilbert who was to have spoken at Berea Saturday afternoon and at Kirksville that night was compelled to cancel both engagements on account of the bad weather He spent nearly a week in the county and although unable to fill his last appointments he did much good The old line Demo crats were all delighted with him and many new votes were wou as a result of his labors The first Tuesday in Nov will show what Madison county thinks of him and if the majority does not come up to the great victory ol last year it will push it so close that it will be no fun for the other folks tor Sale Fihrately I otTer for cale privately two of the most desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike farm No 15s known as the WmTerill farm containing 260 acres and Is well im proved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfailing stock water good young orchard and and one of the best barns in Madison No2 known as the M F Todd Ferns contains 216 acres IB also well improved and well watered Call on or address WILSOX TA1E seplO2m Moberly Ky Arrested For Forgery Last Saturday a man presented a check for 35 signed by the Southern Lumber Co and payable at the State Bank Trust Co to W D Oldham in payment for some goods The check was made out to Torn Woods and being very poorly written with a lead pencil caused Mr Oldham to have suspicion about it Upon presenting the check at the bank while one of his clerks de tained the supposed Woods by endear oring to sell him some goods the cashier pronounced it a forgery Mr Oldham brought back with him an officer who took the man to jail It was found thot his name was not Woods but Jim Wilburn of the White Hall neighborhood L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico coal oct k3mo and Opening O- fttoll Switings rgest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever ned in Central Kentucky from which we make order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat ve us a call before you buy out of the city We arantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below eingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORSIP SWe haAe added a cleaning and pressing depart ent and can Sjerve you on short notice 1s2 Winter Suits 600 to gives 8 Heres witha very large good durable Winter Suits among theta and you save two suit 1000 and An of rich handsome patterns in best fit mans back at a price to fit mans J5 18 andup fashionable fabrics hand by tailors will fit and hold shape equal to custom save you SlOth over prices SHIRTSIf every man knew how well we can serve him in Shirts wed sell all the shirts in Madison county roomylong Dress superb showing of the new est fashions 50e to 100 For Rent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by R P McCord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKSON ROBERTS An Excellent Entertainment Mrs Reids entertainment at the Opera House on Monday evening was cne of the most enjoyable we have had this year The drills poses and child rend songs were and the dudine drill at the last furnished amusement for everybody The solo and recitation by Miss Nancv E Price of Madison Institute added much to the pleasure of the evening Miss Price is a real artist and the hearty encore given her shows how her worth is recognized here ray Day For Teachers Last Saturday was pay day for the county school teachers and although the day was bad Supt Wagers had about all ho could do to attend to their wants For years the law has said that forty per cent of the school fund shall be paid out on the second Saturday In October but it has been found practically to do so as the bulk of the Slate taxes are notpaid until late in November The last Legislature changed the law sot that only twenty per cent is payable In October and the forty per cent payment Is deferred until December when the State taxes have been turned into the Treasury The per this year was fixed at 232 Dc Wise And abstain from running store ac counts Pay cash save the pennies and you are bound to prosper We give a few of the many needful articles Table knives and forks per set 49 to 150 bucher knives 10 to 25c tea and table spoons 10 and 15e fire shovels and pokers 5 and lOu pad locks 5 to 2oc galvanized ash tubs 50 to GOc corrugated galvanized coal hods 35c 2qt granite rice boiler TOn 9qt tin bnctet lOc coat oil cans 10 to 20c wooden spoons plates per set 35c meat dishes 10 to 40c china cups and saucers flOe And dont for get we hpve a nice line of Jardinieres from 2oc to 240 also flower pots Everything cheap at the Racket Store Special Council Meeting A special meeting of the City Council was held Thursday night to dispose of some important business that was carried over from the week before A new ordinance was passed placing a license of one dollar for peddling fresh meats on the streets of the city in weights leas than a quarter and placing a fine of not less than one nor more than fifty dollars for each offense A committee was appointed to direct a water main out Second street to the machine shops and to locate the fire plug for the protection of the railroad property In regard to the assessment of the property and stock of the banks of the city City Attorney Jackson filed a re port stating that under the law of tbe State the hanks are compelled to pay tax on the full value of all the sjod and are not to be assessed on the 70 percent basie as are individuals Second Annual Convention The Second Annual County CShven tion of the Young Mens Christian Association will bo held in this city on Friday Saturday and Sunday Decem ber 6 and 7 The first years work in the county has been a success and great results are expected from this convention Beginning with nothing the committee has organized and firm ly established three in the county with one or two more In pros pect The work will be extended until the whole county is organized Many of the most Y M J A men in the State will speak during the county convention and every man who is in any way Interested in the work should ketp the dates in mindand his arrangements to attend clothing as we lots us in buying us manufacturers first pick of sell suits of Thus ex for the price of them ot fine Suits nor J250Handling good ones and warm better than can offer for 7 of strong value QQ the best ever seen at the price immense range made styleSuits for any any pocketbodk excellent thio1ayinof associations The famous SteinBlochand Cherry Tree Brands line made expert and best work and S15 madetoorder Work Shirts Shirts- A Impossible capita 5csemiporcelaln prominent Sake Underwear All our Underwear comes direct from the mills instead of from the jobber or middle man anti for this reason we can otTer extra inducementsGood Garments worth m and 75c our price 40 and 50c Extra fine Garinentii IIi and 150 For saTe Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I offer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and sufficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address- S L TUDOR Proprietor septlTtf Irvine Ry Swift Work Mr Allen Zaring the hustling bookkeeper of the J W Zaring Grain Mill Co made a record in letter writ ting the other day and is now ready to challenge the world to beat it It was necessary to get one hundred and eighty copies of a letter In a certain mail and the time was limited lIe set to work and wrqte the letter which was a page took one hundred and eigh ty copies directed the envelopes on a typewriter stamped and sealed them in just two hours He says it may have been done before and some one may be able to do more In the future but he doubts it Editor of Worms Work Walter H Page the distinguished editor cf the Worlds Work will be the guest of Dr Frost at Berea College this week He will deliver a lecture Friday night to which a number of Richmonds citizens are invited The 720 train will run out to Berea that night and return at 11 oclockallowing those who desire to attend the lecture to go and return the same evening Quito a large party from Cincinnati isII expected on the same train A fare will be charged to help defray the expense of the train It will he an ex cellent opportunity for those who desire to hear this distinguished gentle man to do so- irled to Pass a Bad Check Jesse Smith of Jackson county con eluded last week that he would go into the cattle business and made the start by buying a heifer on the street here In payment he gave a check that was refused at the batik and now he is in jail awaiting the action of the grand jury with the charge of forgery hanging over him Smith was left over from the court day crowd and the cow thirst struck his fancy was the property of Charles Jackson He approached Mr Jackson several tunes and tried to trade and finally the latter agreed to accept a check for 25 which Smith had provided the check was good This chcck purported to be one given by Mr Harvey Chenault but as the name was signed liarvy sbenalt Mr Jackson was not certain about its be tug genuine To be safe about it heat once took it to the bank where it was promptly turned down Smith was at once apprehenJed and consigned to the keeping of Marse Jim Lackey In the County Court he denied that the check was a forgery and contended thirst it was given him on the road In payment for stock He will probably remain in town To Open Friday Night Shepherds Hall the new opera honse at Kirksville will bo opened on tbe night of Octobes 17 Manager Shepherd has spared no pains to make this as near as possible an uptodate play house in every respect He Is very desirous that the amusement loving people of his community shall Lave a good public hall and one that they will not be ashamed of so by careful Inquiries and by strategic moves he has beep able so he tells UP to book a number one attraction for the opening dates October 17 and 18 For this date he has secured Birchums World of Mysteries This show is a neat clean entertainment consisting of everything that is mysterious and perplexing Mr Birchum is a public favorite and has appeared in many of the best cities of America He has with him Mrs Francis Mars the famous contralto and whistling soloist Sho is known the country over as the hoosier nighten gale She recently filled a four weeks engagement in Cincinnati and previous to that a six weeks engagement In Chicago Store NEWSOur big store is packed and jammed from floor to ceiling with a choice collection of winter wearables for men and boys a vast stock of high quality merchandise bought low for cashand marked at quick selling profits in every case ONE PRICE to every body every time makes buying safe and easy here and protects against overcharges so common in stores of more than one price Hanan Shoes Everywhere recognized as the worlds finest shoe for men Newest styles are here 5 00 5 50and6 00 Florsheim Shoes Very elegant footwear second only to Hanan 400toS00 WalkOver Shoes King of their classacknowledged the finest made for the price 3 50 to 4 00 llBiIt Well Shoes- A remarkable combination of style and durability at low prices 250to300x Amoskeag Shoes All solid leathergood looking durable nod cheap 1 50 to2 00 Work Shoes Adapted to the hardest service and our prices and quality are hardest to beat 1 00 1 25 and 1 50 Leg Brokn Mr B F Golden met with a painful accident last Friday and as a result wll probably be laid up for some time While crossing the stile near his home one of the planks slipped and he fell breaking his leg above the knee Dr Taylor was called and set tile bone and the unfortunate man is now slowly improving Registration The registration of voters passed off quietly last Tuesday with very little excitement on eithersido There were enrolled 513 Democrats 419 Uepubll elms 1 Prohibitionist and 7 noncommittal making a total of 940 The en rollment on the first day of registration last year was 958 or just eighteen more than this year The registration this year resulted in a plurality ot 94 for the Democrats over the Republicans and a majority of 76 over all The total is 950 as against 958 last year The registration by piccinets is as follows COURT DousE Democrats 62 Republicans 145 Noncommittal 5 WEST END Democrats 143 Republicans 67 Noncommittal EAST END Democrats 127 Republicans 135 Noncommittal 4 VNIVEBSITY Democrats 181 Republicans 72 Noncommittal 2I Prohibition I The Jeweled Deep And mnslt too dear music that can touch Beyond aU else the soul that loves it much On Saturday evening last Mrs I B Nalle of Louisville gave An Evening of Songs Katydid Songs to about forty Invited guests Mrs J I Me KInnoy and Mr T C Calloway of Montgomery Ala were the guests of honor It was also my pleasure to be there Mrs Shanks Mrs Nalles daughter also from Montgomery sang for us in a most charming manner Mrs McKinneys songs some of them yet in manuscript Mrs Shanks has a clear rich soprano voice of fine musical quality Mr Calloway has written all the music to Mrs McKinneys and in his playing of the accompaniments he showed clearly that he had raught their sentiment and had given to all of them a melodious rylhmicai setting Exquisitely natural and true to his heart are these songs They eiii of Pastures Green of Eventide of The Jeweled Deep etc and are so full of character simplicity and tender nips that they will soon make for her a dritlnct place in the hearts of all music lovers If Mrs McKinncy had pub lished only one song There Are No Eyes Like Thine this one would win fo her a wide reputation It Is a waltz song and has such a happy blending of verse and melody that it makes an in stnntaneous Impression Mr Calloway gave two of his piano pieces receiving mitch enthusiasm and applause His style is vigorous showing much me chanical skill with a sweet touch and singing tone Sirs Mclvlnney was born and raised irflMadison county and is the wife of J I McKinney also a Kentuckian who holds a responsible position with the L N railroad at Montgomery Ala M S W A Cosniaicatio jr EditorAllow me to speak a few wjmla in favor ol Chamberlains Cough Rionedv I suffered for three years wth the bronchitis and could not sleep at Slights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any relief until ins wifoX9t2a bottle of this valuable lne has completely relived tao W 8 Brocl man Bagnell ed Y is for sale by Stock ljIhisrem 1m the children in summer Jt eta tilde II Felt Boots Here we lead them all Our Boots were made to special order during the summer when prices were lowest and we can sell the best tgta Sat Pxoo BorAs a 2 25 to 2 50 worth 2 75 to 3 00 Leather Boots- A select stock of extra bargains in Calf and Kip Boots at 2 O02 50 3 00 3 50and4 00 Hats Such celebrated brands as Roelofs Stetson Nox All Hedden and others All styles shapes and kinds for your choice three or four times the largest stock in Richmond Fine Hats 1 to 5 Other Hats 50 to 75c Caps 25 to 50c A CoItddence The Washington EveningTimes says Mr Milo Shanks foreman of the third division of the Government Printing Office is at present at his home in Richmond Ky where he will remain until the close of thin elections Mr Shanks came to the Irinting Office III the year 1898 lie learned his business very young For a number of years be edited a paper called the Pantagraph which is still a prosperous paper Mr Shanks was appointed by the Public Printer to establish the Con gressional branch of the Government Printing Office of which he was made foreman Later he was transferred on account of his merits to the main print ing office being appointed to the posi tion which he now holds He is a factor in union affairs and has served on many of the important committees of the Columbia Typo graphical Union being now on the printing committee At his house at Richmond Ky be is very prominent in politics and is at present serving his third term as President of the Repub lican Club of this city Last Tuesday evening Mr Shanks was raised to the degree of Master Mason in Washington Central Lodge No 11 The worshipful master who officiated was Mr John Speed Smith who it may be mentioned in the way of a coincidence is a native of Mr Shanks own town After the initiation MrI Smith on the behalf of Mr Shanks Iriends presented him with an elegant Masonic watch charm set with dia monds This little incident together with the point of Mr Smiths remarks MATRIMONIAL BnATcriEKLEWJS Wflllam Ilratrher of Berea and Miss ollieLewis of Big Hill were marritd at the home of W A Johnston Thursday afternoon BOGGSLAYTOX Mr Josephs Boggs of this city antI Miss Sue Layton of Cincinnati were married at the home of the brides parents in that city last Wednesday It was a quiet home wedding and only the relatives and a few clone friends were present Mr and Mrs Boggs arrived in this city Wednesday night and will make their home with his niother near town BIRTHS LACKEY To the wife of Beacbam Lackey a fine girl Friday October 10 DEATHS BARNES Mr Samuel Barnes diedat his home on the Irvine pike Friday morning Mr Barnes was about sixty live years of age and was one of thin leading farmers of the county He leaves n wife and daughter to mourn his loss The burial occurred Satur day in the Richmond Cemetery BooosJames IL Bopgs of Arm strong Mo died at his home October 7th after an illness of only three days Mr was one of the oldest pioneer citi zens Of that town he was aliso the founder of the first Sunday school ever in Practice township and was an active worker of the Christian church for soy MadlIsonMASON Mr Rankin Mason died at the home of his son Robert Mason on Silver Creek Saturday night aged about eightyfive years Mr Mason was one of the oldest and during his attire life was one of the most prosperous farmers In Madison county He brought up a family of slit children all of whom are useful citizens They are Messrs John Robot Rank In Gilbert and Walker Mason and Mrs Alex Black The funeral occur red at the home Monday after which the burial took pkce in the Richmond Cemetery Car loath of Ned rye Justin Get it in any quaatlty at the lowest fixture L DJCATMESAGE L to for for 125 150 Vici worth Shoes Shoes black We to our Cash One Lung Ling and many blunders at Hall Kirksville October 17 18 and 20 William Park sold Jonas Weil sixty head of which aver aged 1500 cents Douglas White delivered to Jonas Well Friday fifty head of cattle averaging 1100 pounds cents M Arbuckle two fine horns Melrose and Isabel Rose the sales nl ansi VanMe at last week Fewell of Lee ton Missouri of Madison Garrard and Jes samine parties seventeen head of jacks be shipped Missouri Fol lowing are the Madison From Bennett one from Al Williams one from James Million ow from Squire one from W Herndon two head form Robert Boggs two head Tho stock will be shipped today Stop Couffb and Works the CeTd Laxative Broino cure cold in one day No cure 25 mate See our handsome lino of and piece you your fall suit overcoat Prices Tight STOUETEB MAHLKB Tailors The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Easy take Pleasant In For sale by Stockton Hagan Over Coat Styles IAll here to select from The very long loose back easy fitting coats are the swell but they must be carefully made to insure graceful fit Ours are from such famous makers Alfred Benjamin Co Bros Kirschbaum Co and large buying makes such coats as low here as the carelessly made kinds elsewhere Read further the kind we call good but theyll keep you warm and 5Not better than youll find at the price t 650 800 to to his ter 1m Servlcable weather and worth every cent of the price assortment of coats AH styles choose from and every one guaranteed for good wearthe best sa line in 10 1250 18 and wealth of choice coats for your selection Styles and patterns suit every taste and the quality the best that money can buy the price No need go the custom tailor Here are fabrics just flue tailor Ing just goods fits every way perfect a saving you every Drop try one Boys Complete Outfits Nowhere can you find bigger better stock of boys apparel than here everything thats right in QualitvStyle and Price Suits OverCoats Pants Boots Shoes Hats Caps Shirts Collars Neckwear not one item missing thats needed clothe him from top toe in comfort style for winter Special Keystone Corduroy Pants will hold the strongest boy that livesa now pair free they in any seam c 0 VJ l G TON BANKS popuhr ELDERS BARGAINS IN SHOES 1SIAND SLIPPERS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers Children 75 and 85c Rothchilds Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals Children 65 and 85c Ladies Patent Vamp Strap 98c and S19S- Ladies Patent Leather Manish Oxfords 1 50newest shapes Sunrise 2 to 2 our price Rothchilds Men Chrome Kid 4 styles branded 250 our price Infants Moccasins lOc Infants soft sole red tan whiteblue 25c CLOTHING beequaledBoys Mattings J 0 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c You are invited inspect MILLINERYDEPARTMENT Respectfully Submitted the Trade theChinaman Shepherds Stock Sales to export cattle 6 fi at 6 F purchased short at of L 0 Winchester G A purchased to to purchases James Hugnoiy the off Qunlne Tablets a no pay Price samples goods beore buy or Liver to effect k styles things a as Schloss and much generally protectors A great good to Kentucky 15 up A to is at to to as as and as and big to on coat in and on a or wearing e to to and days rip 50 65 Sandals Vamp 7 at if 175 J Baby Caps IQctoZ50 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to 750 B V ELDER Must lbRegardless of Price As executor of the estate of my father George M Willging I will proceed at once to settle the business and from this date untilevery thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will 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 stock must go Thete is also a complete Iineof Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposed of This is a genuine sale asthe goods must be closed out and that at your own price You have the priv ilege of buying the entire stock or any part desired Call early and get the pick of the stock PHIL L WILLGINC Exr TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence c Wearo pleased tostate that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons n cbmond Hearcv Hamilton Waco Jo CS Powell Red Home TYleTJYWhltlock NewbyDurtonJ WTeater Edenton ottonburgLCi McWhartor JlicVncr t Early JTCoy Klrksville For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments Ky13326GeorgeJ W Powell Dixon Jrr 22J 00 N G Brandon iCo Dexter Ky 33i 20 SoK Young Son Glasgow Ky 4110 Vm Knepzlen Milton Ky 23 41 I N Phlpps Alt Sterling Ky 61 28 Ferdinand Schuble Louisville 51 09 ltobt W Owens Louisvll e 14 00 n J Durrelt Preston St road Jefferson county Ky n 60 Austin Rockport Ky 131 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C myfit lem Have S L Midkilf to repair your old vehicles and make them good as now tf Soda Fop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in every town and village Prices extremely low Cecil Catron Junction City Ky IIIJ y Soft Harness YoucnJDake7ODrbafo1 ordinarily would EUREKAHarness makes poor looking bar hess like new Mode of pure heavy bodied oil to pectally preDated to with stand the weather o1d everywhere- In cn34U use Mrfc tj STAMIARI ML CO ++ +CALL AlVfM JONES MERSHOJU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptolate and accommo dibm cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSSSSK5SSSSSS8SSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Let us make that old suit look like now by new process STOUFFER MAHLER Tailors MORE LIVES ARE SAVED JJY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Bemedics Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price 50o 8 81 Trial Bottle Free Louisville Ailasii Railroad DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersaillesLawrenceburg Shel 605 am mlForFor Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and IIlMam inFromFrom Millers Creek 830 am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRRichmond tiy RCATDrdon Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Ky Friday and Saturday November 7 and 8i3 4r reliefileatlacliesin or about the eye Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited KyaHltoiv j i i a v a 4 FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order j Visit the Spglw irl Sailer Our work has taken First Prize at different State Conventions apr23 6mo 4 F i J SPENGLER Opera I1ousc Dlk 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 Has Got Married at lastBring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice Thurroan Grocery Co ljantf Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINtGTON STAKES OOOOO PURSES October 7th to 17th GREAT KENTufcKYTHB ASSOCIATION LEXINGTON Grand ConcertsDaily 20OQO Futurity 5OOO McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3OOO Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 35 OTHER GRAND RAESSTh GeNial PrierMNM Ew Offd Half Fare Rates on all Railroads I R P STOLL PruWeltto E w StIANkU4aacy Master Comrs Notice toI Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Floyd Kidd Admr Jtsll Hart deed Puff gInt JI M Harts lire and Crfs Dft All persons haying claims acal st the estse ofJas M Hart deed are hereby notified to tile the same TerlQea with the under lined on or before the first day of November 1902 or same will be barred SE SCOTTiMCLC C 17sep4t ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House- storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons Wo will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother 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 Secondstreet 2janly RICHMOND KY PUBLIC SALE I As Assignee of C J Bales the un dersigned will on Friday October 17th About the hour of 10 a m expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property The House and Lot of C J Bales in Kingston Ky now occupied by S Mnupin also the store house of Bales Kincaid next to the store formerly occupied by Clark Witt and John W Stivers The residence is one of the best in the county aud a most desirable home The store honse is desirable to any man doing busi ness In the town of Kingston TERMS This property wilt be sold on a credit of six months from day of sale the purchaser to execute bond with approved security J Tevis Cobb at Assignee C J Bales Qmmi iQn rs alc A B Stones Admr PIll against J B White c Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Or der of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Oct 1 8tt02 About tho hour of 11 oclock a m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described pioperty viz A House and Lot Situated on Irvine street in Richmond Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at the corner of the L 0 Schmidt property thence easterly with the line of Irvine street to the corner of the brick liverv stable of Duncan Parrish thence running back in two parallel lines from said two points on Irvine street J91J feet more or less to the line of O C Wallace TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have tile force and effect ot a Judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the purchase mones ispaid S E SCOTT St MCMC0 For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods t Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ jest Nainsc ods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings n Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for G ftonts Celebrated Shirts Wh iteAND Gibaon1 RICHMONDKY Some Bunko Business Some time this spring a gentleman who was said to be one of the family of Abraham was around here selling soda fountain apparatus of some sort He took orders from a number of merchants here and in the country and we are told that with each order he required a S5 deposit as a guarantee that the machine or whatever it was would be taken and paid for when ship ped It seems now that the machines have never been shippedand the S5 deposits are gone up the spout It is also reported he got a leading hotel and livery stable out of good round sums A slick fisherman always finds the sucker crop an abundant one Fiemingsburg Times Dem ocrat On Thursday Oct 23rd at New Opera House will be pre sented for the first time the Strange Adventuresof Amos Skeeter the smart society comedy that enjoyed a long and prosperous run at Wal lacks Theatre on Broadway New York City The fact that the most gifted of play rights Sydney Grundy is the author of the play is suffic ient guaran tee to the theatre going public here that a night of real solid enjoyment is in store for them when the Strange Adventures of Amos Skeeter comes to town Of all the omedies that Sydney Grundy has written this has by far enjoyed a more exten sive run It comes direct from Wallacks Theatre on Broadway New York City where it played to standing room only nightly A drunken man staggered into a church one Sunday and sat down in the pew of one of the deacons The preacher was discoursing about pre valent popular vices Soon he exclaimed Where is the drunkard The drunken man was just far enough gone to think the call personal so rising heavily replied Here I am and remained stand ing while the drunkards character and fate were eloquently protrayed A few minutes later the preacher reached another head of his discourse and asked Where is the hypocrite Gently nudging his neighbor the drunkard said in an audible whisper Stand up deacon he means you this time Stand up and take it like a man just as I did It will do you good- Strange Adventures of Amos Skeeter is the peculiar title of a threeact comedy which is to be presented at New Opera House on Thursday Oct 23rd This play en joyed a long run at Wallacks Theatre on Broadway New York City It abounds in laughs from rise to fall of curtain Every member of the company has been chosen for their especial fitness for the role protrayed A num ber of handsome gowns frcm Mons Worth and other cele brated dressmakers are dis played by the famale members of the company J Pierpoint Morgan has oilIcapitalparalleling the Standards in the San Jouquin valley Mr Morgan is identified with an other company with a capital of 20000000 half of which will be devoted to the pur chase of proven groundThe woman need not fear the change which comes as the beginning of lifers autumn It is the woman who is worn out run down and a sufferer from womanly diseases naturallydreads of life This is the critical period of womans and the prevalence of womanly diseases it the duty of everywoman who would avoid unnecessary suffer to take especial care 01 herself at this time attheor cured by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It makes weak women enables the weakest withtheI have been very healthy woman and tide MrLMaggieCo Pa Box 16 q an come to the time of change of life and I have been tick a great deal bealdenleme and we were talking over our sickness Mrs FavoritePrescriptionalso Pellet J got her tobrintr me a bottle cf themTheymore bottle Favorite Prescription I never ISAwJludla woaderful cure I corn menced your remedies I was rood for nothing dowltband feel welt Dr Fierce ISeMaat rlkU Mc Mey and pkiiMt to tAM l A TEXAS WONDER +HALLS ORT DISCOVERY One small bottty of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removlb gravel diabetes seminal emission weak and lame back rheumatism nntl all irregularities of the kidneys and men andwomen regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by drug gist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottlo is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr fl W Hall sole man ufacturer P O IK X 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists aWl Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAH THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hall Et Louis Mo Deor Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder ITalls Great Discov ery for kidney antI bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when Ibegan using it today I weigb 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the Respectfully4dpg Oil and truth anj bound to come to surface in due time Forty Years Torture To be relieved from a torturing di sease after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of any one That is what De Witts Witch Hazel Salves did for D Haney Geneva Ohio He says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years Cures outs burns wounds skin diseases Bewaro of counter feits 1m It is not worth while to thinkunless you are willing to act His Life In Peril II just seemed to Lave gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt almout too worn out to work when I to use Electric Bit 11sleepgained in strengti work They give vigorous health and new life to weak siCkly rundown peo pIe Try them Only 50c nt Perry Thomas drue store lin People who have the least to say invariably talk the most c8 ffThis signature is on every box of the fenulne Laxative BroraoQuinine Tablets tho remedy that carets a cold In one day Inventors of new wrinkles are not popular with the Izdies The Worst Form Multitudes are singing tho praises of Kodol the now discovery which is making so Runny side well and weak people strong by digesting what they eat cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good all over Mrs Cran6U of Troy I Territory writes For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which into the worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dose after meals It digests what you eat lui If a woman is wine one angry word doesnt lead to another Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both luring the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dee 1 1901 thereb reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 175 JSTBut notice IK especially given that this discount cm gas will not be allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office orwho is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penally without ex ception Rjspectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dect4 tf For Sile I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot is 00 x223 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch cull all in good repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow According to Senators Pe pew Foraker Hanna and oth er American orators the trusts are beautiful institu tions ordained especially for showering blessings and ben efits on the American people in spite of themselves On the other hand President Roosevelt Representati v e Littlefield and some more Republicans insist that the dangerous power of the trusts must be curbed even if an amendment to the constitu tion of the Uniled States is necessary to that end In this conflict whom shall the uninitiated believe Interior Journal George Gouldjhl alliance with the Rockefellers lias consummated plans for the greatest of all railroad mergers The new company will be the Transcontinental See curities itIwill be merged all the Gould Rockefeller properties in the Northwest West Southwest and East It will be an op ponent of the Northern See curities Company DREYFfTS John Ridden who hits been herding sheep oua Wyoming ranch for the past six months has returned A protracted meeting frhiehhaa been in progress at the Baalist church by Revs Allen nud Ward fora week closed Sunday with flvii additions The singing was conducted iby Prof RO AdamsA meeting commenced at the Christian church lhunday by Rev Lunford of Berea 1will continue through the week Tlie sale of tile farm J Edward nose deceased on Red Lie was declared off The property will be goffered for sale privately L V the The fifStstepttwardldQlnK good is The WMMML who is tlkeri apt to bit poor quilt tood KadolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgesta ts and digests all kindaol food Itgives Instant and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take It BYJts use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after every thing failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adletunnecessary CMPSS all stomach troubles Prepared by EODEWITTCO Chicago The tl bottle contalns854 times tbeMc also For sale by Perry Thomas DALE OF LANE Hattie A Baxter c Plfl againstSldneyNolandOuardinC Deft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term in the above cause the underslJtned Speclaf Commissioner will on Saturday October J8 mlproceedand best bidder the pro YIA Tract of Land In Madison county Ky on the waters of the East Fork of Olter Creek and adjoining the lands of Harvey Parrishs Ueirs William Williams James Ilugnely Martin Green and cQutalng 213 51100 pcres Deing the same land owned by Ed Baxter at the time of his death and land formerly owned by Harvey Cobb and conveyed by him to C D Chenault Purchasers given the right to sow small grain said Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months 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 the force and 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 la paid R H Crooke SC MCC P SAlao at the same time and place the Administratrix will sell Ia large amount of personal consisting of live stock grain and farmfngutenslls Terms made known on day of sale J TeTls Cobb Atty for for PlUs PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBKKTATLAW RICHMOND e KBSTCCKT Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to armera National Bank feb3ly SVLLtV Atq JA ATTORNEY ATLAvf RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M CHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY 56TOflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht Dr Ilobaon building MalnStrcet H C ASPERJl1 D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stoufler Building Main Street relephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHHOND KENTUCKY W EVANS AT D PHYSICIAN AND SURQKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dissolution Notice The firm of Dozier Shearer by mutual consent dissolved partnership on July 10Mr Shearer remaining in the livery business and Mr Dozier tak lug possession of the grocery All par ties indebted tothe firm will save cost by calling and settling their accounts at 4t DOZIFK SHEARER Master ComYs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT- v H Burleys lIre Pltlf against WH Hurleys IlrsCrdi flits All persons having claims against the estate of H Burley detd are hereby notified to file the same legal y verified with the undersigned on or before the first day ct November 1902 or same will bs barge- drheafintnlstrator WJ Gooch Is also notified to settle hit accounts the undersigned- on or before November 11902 S B SCOTT M ClII C C E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVaRce D O Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust Bidg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot Ostheopathy CE1T1 UZLT- tT 1ae11e OO DjnrnsT or LomayiiLB KY lhilldlngtuebmSudnoTl7ly m Harry M Blanton DENTIST WOfflee in Bennett Building Ijanly TELEPHONE 19- 6DL LAND JAN Hotel Glyndoa Wednesday November 12 1902 r fcr Rout Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thnrman Grocery Co f Public Sale I will sell publicly my farm of about Eightyfive acres on Silvel 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 ill fact is qne bf the best farms in the county I will also offer for sale at the same time the corn crop of about 40 acres anda large lot of household and kitchen furni ture all firstclass and com paratively new Mrs Nannie Crooke Whites Station Ky NaturesDanger Signals Do your eyes blur at times Do they hurt after reading Are there frequent headaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are- Natures Danger Signals Only when sight is gone is the terrible danger realized It costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early helplater I have to refer the work to Oculist 4 Mf f+ ++++ 4f+ +++++ tI examine the eyes in T the most intelligent and T A careful manner charge If withouti i needed can correct lenses X in any manner desiredt T A Robinson C Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Annsra old und 30I ly 3660Louisville to California Pointsvia Illinois Central Personally conducted ex cur ioJ1s leave Louisvilleat 12 oclocknoon every Tuesday and Friday in through excursion sleeping cars Dcuble Berth Rate Only 65O ot Tickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reduct ionsfrom all points Liberal stop over privileges at important Onlythroughsection to California- For further information address R H Fowler T P A Public Sale Ote HERNDON WALKER Having sold our farm near Whites Station to J W Herndon we will otTer at Public Sale on the premises at 10 oclock a m on Wednesday October 22 1902 All of our personal property con sisting of 25 head of fat cattle 28 heifers 2yeats old 35 calves and about 20 cows about 75 head of yearlings 10 work mules 24 2year old mules all broke 2 yearling mules several horses and horse colts 140 sheep 25 goats corn hi field hay fodder et- cTEIMSAll sHois of 20 or less cash in hand all sumsoverfSO a credit till January 1 1903 without interest liegotiabloTrust Co Richmond Ky Tho terms of sale mutt be complied with before the property is removedJ HERNDON oct 1U J STONE WALKER Caiisiessrs Sals LE PlOagainstJ T Estlll to flIts NOTICE OP SALE IN EQUITY BY oftbeshovestyleTnuna y Qcto r l J thepremises betbidder1st The Life Interest the ofj T JStUIJi the tract of 193 73100 acres onturnpike about 4 Inlles fromRichmond X and adjoining the lands of fhoHBales etc hdAtth same time and placeI also 79100acresotherappurtanancenow acressubject thesumed to be made I ml the probable costs hereof Terms required Btb 8aleitlllbemaaeonacredltoflland brine payment of the lrchasethe force aad effect of a Judgment bare ltgsl later t ftsm day of sale with a bearing reserved upon said Property until aU the par cltBa1BoneylI S E SCOTT M CMO 20 OFF ON bought early in carload lots therefore we can save you theadvance in prices and the freight WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fore one in this or any other y =OUR LINE Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plowth only perfect Disc Plow made Its pairing done promptly by experienced workmen 20 PERCENT STOVES PER CENT OFF ON STOVES s e ok II YOurStove Great Majestic Range HeatersYou Wecanto- wnHASRDWAE O- FFannifig Implement iIgiitIs FayouArbuckle Simmon 2 It is time you were thinking aldl1t your 51r t 3rand therefore it is time to think f- us You cannot be too particuln about your FURNITURE You want a large andvaried st nic to select from You want VJK variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service and rightpri4sVethese wants in the fullest measure and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before plaeingyouronl r w S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Julr3Mj KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOL- LARFIREJSAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burntf Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was recently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are t paralinEVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothifl is includedin this Sale thatbeingai Goods THE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prof First St Opposite Court House Gate Richmond K Cut Glass For Autumn Wedding Gifts Possb1y there is nothing that affords betterthan really satisfaction to the P a- tObwidesttO purchse souveIg of Lex1ilgton Remember every Piec Silver b u tol us Is nicely engraved of haJfteiVictor BogaertMANUFACTUNGtJEWELER AND IMPORTER 5f EMAN ST LEXINGTON K Oor Motto bIb1GOOd Fair Dwline Bottom Prices