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THEt RICH VONDCL1MAXj y OLUMiE 29 t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 19O2 NUMBER 22 and make the water invit hen there is your Freezer 11 Worn out an 0 K Freezer and you will j1 rover regret the money spent the best Stoves on earth 0 K Jewell Stoves and Ranges The North Star- Refrigerator 1 The Best Made J by Star V will solve the icequestion and willsave money for you Water Mrs I ing Springissparkling more I j1dmlt Get Wonderful haudicappedice We Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS Theyare I SUACKELFORD CO Main Street f RICHMOND KY Be Wise And abstain from running store accounts Pay Cash save the pennies and you are bound to prosper We give a few of the many needful articles r IBiIIawi or I 160ButcherTea ami table epoens 10 and 15c ICcPadt Galvanized wash tubs 50 to COct ti orrugated R1Vaflj2ed coal Iods 35c 2lt granite rice boiler 70c 9 qt tn buckets lOc COta oil cans 10 to 20c Wooden Fpoons 5c- ScmiPorceliaiiv plates per set 35c I Meat dishes 10 lolOc China cups and cancers COc ii And dont forget we have a nino line of I Jardiniere from 25c to 240 Also Flower Pots j 1 4 jf Everything is Cheap at The Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MATS STREET RICHMOND KY Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNJTURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in SuitstDining Kitchen Furniture WecordiaJJyinvitestore their headquarters r lWe MustJ please Our success depends upon it and the rea sonable price at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JO S JOPLINPhone rhr6 47 RICHMOND KY I Undertaking a Specialty G W RansTrI I L R Blanton i DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime j Cement Plaster Hair Etc a Corner Main and B Streets 11 lPhote 55 i N BIGGEST ORCHARD Syndicate Form d to Plant 5 000 Acres in Laclede County Mo The largest apple orchard in the world is soon to be yMothe main line of the Frisco railroad The land has al ready ben purchased by a syndicate promoted by resi dents of Des Moines Iowa and assisted by the Frisco railroad One of the directors in the new enterprise is a Kansas City man William C Carroll who has had much experience in fruit raising in the Ozark region of Missouri The largest orchard in tIe world today is in the Ozark mountains said Mr Carroll It has 2300 acres planted in fruit trees My company has purchased 5000 acres near Lebanon Mo We will plant every acre of it with fruit trees When tile apple trees are all bearingwhich will be about six years from nowwe will have the larg est orchard in the world Do you not expect to re ceiye any returns from your investment before six years have passedwas asked Yes we will plant 250 acres in peach trees Those will yield within about three years if the seasons are fav orable The peach crop is not so sure as the apple crop and that is why we have de cided to plant most of the 5000 acres in apple trees While the apple trees are growingthat is during the next three or four years we will plant small fruits and grain between the rows of apple trees By that plan outs big farm will yield a good revenue before we gather the first crop of apples Mr Carroll said the 5000 acres that will be converted into an apple orchard are now covered with wild forest trees We have let the contract for clearing the land contin ned Mr Carroll Horticulturists have found that land that is productive of good timber is also good for fruit trees Whenever yousee healthy virgin forest that is an indication that the soil arid drainage will produce good toIOnly Jonathans and Ben Davis trees will be planted Most of the orchards in Southern Missouri have trees planted 60 to the acre The capital stock of the new company will be 1000 000 In order to assist the promoters of the enterprise the Frisco Railway Company has agreed to build a spur track five miles long running from the main line near Leb anon through the orchard Kansas City Star Americas Famous Beauties Eruptionsblotches have them nor will any one who uses Uuckleus Arnica Salve It glorifies the hire Eczema or Salt ilheum vau ish before it It cures sore line chap ped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25c at Perry Thomas drug storolmThsyour roW qualities and if it dOflsDot they are preferable to bad ones ARE YOU A- OallfliB MOTHER ARE YOU- EXHOTAHT MOTHERS FRIED makes childbirth by preparing th system for parturition and thus labor The painful is robbed of its terrors and the danger lessened to both mother and child the time of confinement is shortened the mother rested and child fully developed strong and healthy Morning or nausea arising from pregnancy is prevented by its use As pregnancy advances breasts enlarge become swollen md hardLoIIg preparingtint that they Mothers Friend softens the skin and facilitates the secretion of Life FhtW Undeveloped breasts hardcaked shortly are the result of non treatment and likely to culminate in Abscess from which so man y suffer excruciating pain and are left with these organs permanently impairrd Softness areglvea to the ttuudes and sinewi thus bringing ceaafoH aad causing an easyisue of it 0dra 2ist ito Our boot IfrM1M MMHKU IU1UTS1 M ATUM ML lki cF What Attending Church Does A Kansas editor recently gave this advice to the young men of his town It cannot be denied that church services develop the best tliereisjnaman Church attendance suggests cleanli nessin mind and bodyn getting away from ones self and where the conditions have a tendency to reverse the ma chine to make ones self out degtcedirect brotherly kindness andchar ity j and we have often won dered why bright vounoomen well dressed and selfre specting young mencan loaf about the shops andstreet corners all Sunday morning while there are so many emp ty seats in the churches The greatest force today in the world is the church and the young man who loafs on the streets Sunday sneers at Christianity reviles the churches while neglecting or refusing to attend church services shows a lackof some thing in his moral makeup Church influences church teachings are uplifting church services when not tedious appeal to a mans better nature while they are often entertaining and in structive No young man in the town can offer a good rea son for not attending church services at least once a Sun dayand when a young man bristles up at the mention of it he should be reminded that he is not half as brave as he thinks he isExC- ures Rhematism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free Send no moneysmpl write and try Botnnic Balm at our expense ordestroyscauses the awful aches in hack and shoulder blades shitting pains diiHcuI ty is moving fingers toes or legs bone paius swollen muscles and joints ol rheumatism or the foul breath hawk ing spitting droppings in throat had hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured nundreda aftordOCtOrScines had all failed Moat of these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially ad vised for chronic deep seated cases Impossible for any 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 stores SI per largo bottle Sample of Blood specialtrouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga A personal trial oi Blaod printedtestimonials Hard on The Girls One of Mark Twains biggest jokes was played on his daughters and at Elmira it still stands as much of a joke as when it was first perpetra ted Early in his literary ca reer Mr Clemens made his home in Elmira and it was in the city that his daughters were born No father was ever more proud of similar events and Mr Clemens de cided that they should be commemorated in a lasting and substantial way So he erected handsome stone wa teringtroughscostingseveral hundred dollars each in the vicinity of his pretty summer home Quarry farm and named each after a daughter the name and date of birth being artistically cut in front of the troughs in letters six inches high When the Misses Clemens were tots they did not mind the publicity but now that they have grown up and reached a marriageable age it is causing them some em barrassment But their father laughs and tills them that is one of the penalties of be ing daughters of a humorist Look Out For Fever Bllliousness and liver disorders at this season may be prevented bicleansing the system with DeWHtrf Little Early Risers These famous lit tie pills do not gripe They move bowels gently but copiously and UUI reason of the tonic propertlesglve and strength to the glands mi The enterprising publisher of a newspaper in Tennessee gave away a Bible and a boti tie of whisky to every sub scriber Business was exceedingly good until the GoV ernment stepped in drawing the line at whisky He wad then indicted for violating the internal revenue lawsI Out of Deaths Jaws 1roiathai I had suffered with for year8lt writes P Muse Durham N CIDKings New Life Pills saved ray mud gave perfect health Best pit 2ooatrerrlThaadrug f I SHVLOCH Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human manyShylocks cent the consumptive thlt sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and thtjp can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood bone and muscle Itfeeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces nee SCOTT BOVNE Chemists 09415 Pearl Street New York jot and tueo alt druggists Of Interest to Tobacco Grow ers An interesting announce ment comes by way of Rich mond Va relative to the ap- pearanCe of fresh competition in the field against the American Tobacco syndicate Mr Thomas Galleher the large manufacturer of Belfast Ireland has announced that he will invade the American field with his products He has a very large trade and refused to enter the British trust He has rehandling factories at both Owensboro and Hen derson and has always been an extensive buyer of leaf He now proposes to build fac tories in this country and share the great profits of the trade A Richmond dispatch quotes him as follows he being there to look after his ex tensive interests willnot form a combination with anybody If will be the Galleher Company Limited and nobody else I shall in all probability build a plant here for the manufacture of my cigarettes on this side of the water I have had such a scheme in my head for some time Of course if I meet with success here I shall start factories in other places Goes Like Hot Cakes The fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C 1 Smith of Davis Kyis Dr Kings New Die covery 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 on it best physicians prescribe it and Perry Thomas guarantee satisfaqtion or refund price Trial botttles free Beg sizes 50c and 1 1m The Men Needed on SchoolI Boards We need men who are broad intelligent clearhead ed men who wish to serve not rule men who love child hoe d more than lowered taxI- es men whose motives are high and will attribute like posIsible teachjersof their own and are loyal to them men who will reward and promote teachers for service to the community and not for cringing to authority men who will pay f9r and secure a superintendent who understands the business and then will allow him to conduct the educational part of the businessN A Rich ards in School Moderator Natural Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneasiness children take cold so easily No disease costs more little lives that croup Its attack is so sudden that the suflerer is often beyond human aid before the doctor arrives Such cases vield readily to One Minute Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays inflammation removes danger Absolutely safe Acts immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and lung trouble F 8 McMahon Hampton Oa A bad coU rendered me just before an oratorical contest I Intended 1o withdraw but took One Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time win 0 the medal 1m The object of advertising is not alone to create business It is equally its object to retain business Too many merchants lose sight of this and as a onsequence permit their competitors who remember the fact to get ahead of them in the long run Printers Ink Every oueIsiikIeto make a mistake the troujiafetbat too few are wng to do tkri141htng alia1I11e amends i Send Out Thy Lightt Sang The Choir and Then the Lights Went Out The light question at the First Christian church seems to be one of the most perplex ing things with which the congregation has had to deal in several years A large au dien e had gathered last night to hear the Rev E L Powell deliver his sermon The Invisible Wrestler The choir had just sung Gounods Send Out Thy Light when Dr Powell arose to speak About the time he got fairly into the subject and had brought facob back to his blind old father to claim his birthright his portrayal of the incident grew more elo quent This man Jacob said he was always a sup planter from his childhood he had coveted the birthright He had returned from the fields where he had herded the flocks of Laban but now the sorrow has come Just then the lights went out and Dr Powell after re covering from the embarrass ment that such a singular coincidence would naturally produce said he would re quest the audience to gohome At this juncture Mr Fred Cowles the organist came to the rescue by lighting the gas jets on the crgan The doctor began anew his ser mon When in the midst of an eloquent flight out went the lights again and the meeting came to a closeISunday night a week ago his subject was the Burning Bush and the same difficulty as to lights was experienced A short time since he delivered a sermon on the Light of the World and the lights went out The lights have gone out every time the choir has sung something about light or that Dr Powell has preached on the subject within the last few months CourierJour nal Tetter SaUItheitm and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad eases have been permanently cured by it It- si equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples i chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per has Dr dys Condition Powders are just what a horso 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 ents per package An exchange gives the names of nine classes of people who are no good toa town First those who go out of town to do their trading Second those opposing improvements Third those who prefer a quiet town to a busy one Fourth those who think they own the town Fifth those who think that business can be done without advertising Sixth those who deride publicspirited men Seventh those who oppose every public spirited enter prise that does not benefit themselves Eighth those who do not patronize their home paper Ninth those who seek to injure the credit of an individual H TDEDfORDSBlAC THE GREET MILYIED1C1NEThcdlords saved doctors bills for more than sixty years For the cowmen fam constipltionindigestion plaints bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and ulates the nzsistsdiqestion stimulates the turners purifies the blood and of foul accumulations It cores liver complaint indigestion sour rheumatic pains sfdeache beck iontdiarrhcolds and headache Everf gist has Thedfords BlackLraught- in cent packages and in maw moth BUO 100 Never a substitute Insist on having tlo ChaUmoogaMedicino believe Thedferff WacDrwsht h HK MK HwcKcliie en eartji kim gee4 hr My a4 everything I have a fanHy e twelve cWWrea raM for few yeM I kmvt keat tlfe8 eu test aM wiIk rWIIieekA J GRffNJIkWi La DONT BUY A BUGGYj J Nor a Dep tWagont nor a Surreys nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle i i TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE VEHICLESie Catnap 3ovcs otDotesot FtQ1 Wagon Load After Wagon Load o- fNLAtfl I Have Been Contiually Unloaded at the BUSY BEE GASH STORE Until the progress along the street for a whole week was impededand people had to walk around or pick their way through the wallof boxes that surrounded our entire stores t delaY3inBannetFf The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its utmost capacity Shelves counters ledges tables and every available space in the entire store is loaded from floor to ceiling t underheOur New Dress Goods Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuffis 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 esCLOTIIINti 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 98e 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 y- ouOur UnderwearFills 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 our tho Fleishers Shetland Fleece floe per Ih New Line Hack 8c Clover Leaf Towels bleached lOc each 10c 5c Yarn 4c Pear Buttons 5c Good Calico 3 and 4c pd Already our Customers are beginning to say that we will never sell all CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS Fur Jackets Furs of all kinds readymade and Tailormade TailormadeSuitmiles to see whether you buy or not The style garments will you our low cash price will you We showing the newest things Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery perpairOurprices lowest boxBestprGood8uGoodFleec Waistigs qualityGood 25cLarge IOuNewMens Suspenders Boys Suspenders Lexington dozen the Monte Carlos Ladies Skirts new tempt sell We are Sole Agents for the Genuine Hawes Hats If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail to see theHawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOEIOEPARTMENTYou can buy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoesfrom us atprices 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 brrgaius in shoes We give you the best qualities and save you money Carpets Hugs Matting Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas Mens and Boys Shirts Neckwear Jor Men amid Ladies Ladies Underskirts Grain Begs Hats and Caps and anything else yon Wint can be had here in large quantities at lowest prices We are rushing goods out in every department Jiverybody who has anything to do with this great stores doings is working with all the vim andenergy 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 pushdontCash down when goods are delivered is our moito and a money saving to every customer We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us this fall and thanking your for past favors We are Very Respectfully WD OLDHAM bT BUSY BEE CASH TQREI Ike Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Prezldent AD HILLERm Mangur BOBTS CROWE Edltor WEDNESDAY OCT 22 1902 rUBUSUXUXVERV VKDN DAY BY Th Q Climax Printing Co Incorpora- tedANNOUNCEMENTS FOB CIRCUIT JUDGE Wc are authorfzcd to announce J 21 Den ton of Clark county R3 a candidate for Cir culL Judge in the 25th Judl Ial dutrict subject to the action ol the Democratic party FOnijpMlION AEALTHS ATTORNEY We arll authorized to announce BACRUTCHER of Jessamine County a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney for 23th official District subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce BOY C WillIS as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN H I RECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Madi son Circuit Court subject to the action ot the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate frthe nomination for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friend in the past lll consider any claims that I may have to the nomination and if nom mated 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 niy duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I am Respectfully IL Notice Of fdmarrElection At a oiled 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 22ud day of November 1902 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison county to be voted for at the general election in 1033 A poll ill be opened at six oclock a m and closed at four oclock p m on the said 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 R 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 said deposit on or before twelve oclock noon November 7th 1002 shall be ineligible to be voted for at said primary election If tho 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 said election shall not later than No ember 7th 1002 submit to the Democratic Committee a list of election ulllcers for each voting place in the county 4thrfhat said primary election shall be held under the law governing ench elections 5th That all legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the Democratic party and who expect to and pledge themselves to support the nominee of said party and all persons who will lie legal voters at the November elec- ion 1203 who pledge themselves to support the nominee of this primary shall be eligible to vote in said primary Oth Notice of this action bhall be published in the Kentucky Register anil in the Richmond CLIMAX and shall be posted at twentyfour conspicious places in the county one in each vot jug precinct and on the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky fortv dnys before the said 22nd of November The County Court Clerk is die rected to prepare ballots for this pri mary as required by law not later than the 10th day of November 1902 JOHN B CHEXAULT oct l4t Chairman Dem Com GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv C F1BroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY Carpet And RugBuyingIs Here Our great stock makes choos ing easy Hundreds of patterns in each grade gives you a wide range for selection and better than all 0Remember Brower wont be undersold f f JIo You can buy good carpets here cheaper than anywhere and our guarantee goes with every yard Ingrain Garret all wool atSOc Brussell Carpets new at 50c Velvets latest designs at 72J2cup And all other grades pro portiqnately low CifiBrowerCo MAIN AND BROADWA LEXINGTON Jeys w Il Osteopathy continued from last week Its course of study is as thorough as is that of medicine In sorte respects it is more thorough notably in Anato my In a number of instances grad uates of Odteopathic schools have gone immediately into various States and have passed the medical examinations held by State boards of health for the licensing of physicians The personnel of the profession is a further credential Its members are well educated Many of them are graduates of the best universities In the country Young men and women of the best families are found in the ranks of the practitioners of Osteopa thy There are a number of colleges teach ing the science of Osteopathy The original school is located at Kirksville Mo Other schools are at Des Moines Ia Boston Mass Philadelphia Pa WilkesBarre Pa Frapklin Ky Los Angeles Cal Minneapolis Minn Denver Col i Chicago 111 and Fargo N Dak They have numerous stu dentsA of periodicals scientific and popular are printed monthly and ear ry news of the science all over the world There is an American Osteopathic Association to membership in which reputable graduates of Osteo pathic schools are eligible There is an organized Associated Colleges of Osteopathy which establishes astand ard course of study and admits to its membership colleges In good stand ing Among the most valued credentials of Osteopathy are the endorsements given it by prominent people in every part of the country Mrs J B Foraker wife of Senator Forakerof Ohio says In addition to the benefits received in my own lam ily I have witnessed many wonderful cures resulting from this new method This new practice is not a fad but a science well worthy of the attention oi the scientific world I am a friend of Osteopathy and shall do all in my power to promote its success every where Mrs Springer wife of Judge Springer Chief Justice of the Court of Ap peals in Indian Territory and for ma ny years congressman from Illinois says I cannot say enough in praise of Osteopathy I felt before I tried it that it was a scientific method and now I am convinced that Osteopathy is rational scientific and wonderful It will be the greatest blessing to the Springers lifo was saved by OsteopathyOple says I know what the Osteopath has done and what he is doing I know that Osteopathy makes a man step forth newhI honestly believe Osteopathy to be one of the most wonderful discoveries of any age Ex GovJosiah Grout of Vermont on signing the bill for Ostopatby said Osteopathy has been tried by the leading men and women of the State and they all testify to its merits We will give it a chance Late Gov F A Briggs of North Dakota Osteopathy has helped me It has also done good in my family and will hurt no one Late Gov Hazen S Pingree of Mich igan Osteopathy is a science enti tIed to all respect and confidence as a distinct advancement in medicine 1 know it is doing a vast amount of good in relieving suffering and deform ity Gov Leslie M Shaw of Iowa I am fully convinced that Osteopathy is a rational system of healing These sayings might be multiplied Condensed into one sentence they say Osteopathy cured me a hopeless sufferer after every means known to medical science had been tried with outsuccessWill to give up all medicine Why do you not use a little medicine with your Osteopathy If the Oste opath would just practice medicine in conjunction with Osteopathy he would have a perfect system No dear sick people you did not come to try Osteo pathy until you had tried every drug your doctor told you to and some be sides If medicine could have cured you Osteopathy would never have gotten a chance If you want drugs you go to a doctor of medicine If you want Osteopathy you go to a practi tioner of Osteopathy So it will ever be Osteopathy is an independent system It never leaned upon medicine as a prop to support its growth and does not need to do so now Nor will doctors of medicine come to practice Osteopathy in conjunction with medicine It has well been said If drug physicians exhausted Osteopathic remedies they would undermine their system and corner drug stores would be for rent Such a uniting is theoretically and practically impossi ble Drug physicians have learned their trade and would prefer to practice it To declare threefourths of their learning useless is more than can be expecte lot human nature as it is constitutedHow medicine cure In most cases the patient who is most persist ent in demanding to know just how Osteopathy could possibly cure disease is the one who take his dose of drugs with the least question and cooly as sumes that he knows just how medicine could cure because forsooth he takes it into his stomach I But why should the stomach be made the ae ceptacle of the drug on its way to a pain in the toe or an ache in the head How does it cure when it gets there There are too many drugdopedand ruined stomachs in the world already To be continued fuoas JAMeS D BLACK of Barbour ville at the conclusion of his speech at Williainstown Thursday formally announced his candidacy for time Dem ocratic nomination for Governor Judge Black said that numerous good Demo urgingrace and lie felt duty bound to com ply their wishes It has been many badbesectionhaveways struggling against great odds the Democrats of the State believe that theirIaithfulness Catarrh Cianot Be Cjred with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional die neawe and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally and nets directlv on the and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun Preaeripthoupurifier acting directly on the mucous surfaces combina thou ol the two ingredients is what pro DrjngOnlarrhF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by drojegata 75c lialltf Yams ly Pills are tfea lit 1 THE OLD RELIA8LE 9I4 lt4lO POWDER Absoiritelyllure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE MATRIMONiALJonNsoNTII03ZASMr W Johnson of Dewitt HI and Miss Pearl Thomas of this county wern married by Rev J W Prather at his home in Valley View last Thursday afternoon mnrriajtelofOscar Wilde Robinson took place at the brides home at Valley View last Wednesday The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr M F Wharton the well known merchant and is a popular young lady Mr Robinson is a bookkeeper at the Southern Lumber Com panys mill at Valley View TAYLOUTHOM On Wednesday Oct 12 Miss Bertha Thomas of Alger Estill county and Mr George T Tay lor of this county were united in mar riage Rev J W Parsons of Berea performing the ceremony The atten dants were Mr John F Taylor and Miss Flora Craig The bride who is a very attractive young lady is the daughter of Mr D F Thomas The groom is a very prosperous young far mer of this county Theyoungcouple will reside for the present with Mr and Mrs J Gideon Taylor the grooms par ents Among the guests from a die tance at the wedding was Rev Newton Taylor of lennessee- DOUGLABGAltRISoxThe friends in this city of Mr I N Douglas of No blesville Indiana were surprised last week to bear of his marriage which took place on Saturday October 11 His bride who was Miss Stella Garri son is the daughter of one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Noblesvillo When the news was received here a number of handsome presents were sent by the friends of the groom who wish him and his bride a long and happy life Mr Douglas left here a little more than a year ago to make his home in Indiana He has became quite popular in his new home and is meeting with as great success in business as in love WHITEHART The marriage of Mr Kenry White and Miss May me Hart which occurred at Louisville last Thursday morning was a great surprise to the friends of these popular young peo pie in the city Only a few of their most intimate friends know of the plan and it was not until late m the day that the announcement was made Time bride who is the daughter of Mr and Mrs T II Hart is a most charming and attractive younc lady and numbers her friends by the score Mr White is the son of former County Clerk John F White and is well known through the county For the past year he has held a position with D li Shackelford Co Mr and Mrs White returned Friday evening and have taken rooms at Mrs M M Mi1lers- HEarINQT0NHuszaOn October 8th a beautiful home wedding occurred when Mr L B Herrington of Macon Ga led Miss Sue Hume to the altar The ceiernony was performed in the presence of the immediate relatives and most intimate friends of the family The house was brilliant with electric lights and beautiful with flowers The mantels were banked with ferns and roses and handsome palms gave the honso an air of a gala occasion Prompt ly at 830 the library door opposite the parlor door opened and the bridal party harveyCimenault and Ed Hume carrying the ribbons to form the aisle They were followed by the groom and hfo best man Dr Harry TIL Blatiton The flower girls who were little Misses Mary and Eu genia Hume came next They were dressed in white silk mulled and carried baskets of pink roses and carna tions Immediately preceding the bride was the dame of honor Mrs Harvey Chenault She wore a hand some white crepe de chflno and carried while roses Time bride entered with her mother and joined the groom under a beautiful marriage bell which hung from a cat opy of evergreens A beautifulceremony was performed by- Re Edmund Burnam of Virginia uncle of the bride Before the ceremo ny Mrs W S Oidham in her sweetest accompaniedwas elegant white satin trimmed in real lace She wore a lace veil and carried a boquet of white roses and lilies of the valley Immediately after time ceremony a beautiful lunch was served The brides table was decorat ed in pink roses with place cards and souvenir boxes painted with cupids The individual ices were also cupids Mr and Mrs Herrington left on the 11 p m train for their Southern home followed by the coed wishes and con gratulations of hosts of friends Rich IvingMrsbe congratulated on the acquisition of such a charming and lovable young woman DEATHS QuistnburydiedMonday after a short illness Mr Qulsenbury was about seventynine years of age and was one of the most prominent farmers in the county He leaves two children Mr Robert Quisen bury and Mrs John Green both of this county Tho burial took place Tues day in the family burying ground near Boonesboro ConNELisost Mrs Owen Cornelison died at her home at Bybeetown Saturday alter an illness of several months She was about fiftyone years of age and leaves five children Mrs Florence Moore Webb George EdwArdand Charles Cornelison The last named lives in Iowa Mrs Cornelison was a member of the Methodist church and was a faithful attendant on all services The funeral was conducted by rfev placelalheA man should weigh 28 Poll M for every Coot of his height At The New Opera House At the New Opera House On Thursday Oct 23 will be produced a three act society comedy entitled Strange Adventures of Atnos Skeeter from the pen of that most Rifted playrlglit Sydney Gnindy Of all the high class society comedies that have been pro duced at Wallacks Theatre on Broadway New York City the Strange Ad ventures of Amos Skeoter proved a better box office winner than all others combined The metropolitan press and public united in their praise of the play From the rise to the final fall of the curtain there Is presented scene after scene situation after situation of high class comedy that has kept the audience in one continual roar of laughter The play as it will he presented here will show to advantage the numerous hand some gowns used by the members of the company The plot is one that though it aboufids in schemes yet a sufficient coherent story is gradually unfolded to the auditor The play en joyed a long and prosperous run at Wallacks Theatre on Broadway New York City playing to the 8 R OslWl nightly Prices dress circle flOe gener admission 35c gallery 25 Much Interest should be felt in the forthcoming production of Strange Adventures of Amos Skeeter at the New Opera House on Thursday Oct 23 coming direct from time fashionable Wallacks Theatre on Broadway New York City It is a smart comedy written by the celebrated playwright Syd ney Grundy and contains nothing but laughs throughout The plot concisely told and clearly understood abounds with mishaps misunderstanding and complications keeping one almost in convulsions of laughter The name alone is funny the play is funnier and the situations the funniest conceivable This play made all New York laugh You had better secure your seats at once or you may be disappointed Prices 23 35 and 60ft Seats on sale Wednesday Oct 22 at box office The beautiful gowns worn in Amos Skeeter are the work of one of New Yorks foremost dressmakers and ex cite much comment wherever seen Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others Have a look at Eders new adver tisement in todays CLIMAX Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg apr30 lyr The best physic Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to byStocktonAt The Grand Opera House The attraction announced for the opening of the Grand Opera House Oct 31 is the latest of thenew Colonial dramas At Valley Forge The play is built along those lines which defy the canons of dramatic writing and oversteps the bounds which bind tIme ordinary playwriter to the convention alites of mediocre effort and gives us a true heart story told in a powerful manner If reports be true At Valley Forge must at once be stamped forceful dignified and a logical piece ol dramatic literature The company presenting the play is composed of people whose names have already been in scribed high on the wall of success in their chosen field of lila work Mist Josephine Foy will be seen in time stellar role The balance of the pre senting company is made up of equally well known people and Messrs Hayes Co assure as thoroughly excellent a lot of players as has ever been gatlv ered for the interpretation of a roman tic drama Grau Opera Company in Sousat great operatiEl Capitan December 27 at the Grand Opera House in this city Reserve seats 150 The MackFrenton Company supporting the favorite comedian and the charming young actress Isabel Fren ton will play a weeks engagement at the Grand commencing Monday November 10- Unusual interest is being manifested by local playgobrs in At Valley Forge which will be the opening at traction at the Grand Opera House Oct 31 The play is a companion piece to Janice Meredith having scored a most emphatic success from the time of its first production The scenes are laid in the atmosphere of our old his toric spots of Trenton and Valley Forge The play possesses a tender heart story for its central theme about plot1JndThe situations and interests are well wrought and especially well constructed as to retain the attention and carry its audience to a climax of tremend ous enthusiasm The management has given the piece an unusually elaborate scenic equipment together with a cast that is in every way fitted to the requirements of the play Miss Jose phine Foy will have the feature role KIRKSVILLE Prol Secrcstfl school lisa opened again after being closed two weeks on account of scarlet fever Mr and Mrs G B Shepherd are ro joking in the arrival of a fine daughter Mr James Layton is very ill of heart trouble Our wire fence man Mr JT Coy has sold enough fence in this locality to shut in many farms He has bought eight thousand rods this year Mr Edgar Jones of Bowling Green is in our town assisting his uncles in painting and repairing the Christian church Kirksville bad her first show in the new opera house Thursday and Friday nights The hall is completed and is n beauty and the town has been aflame with brilliant advertisements Owing to the inclemency of the weather Hon Q G Gilbert did not speak here as advertised but has promised to return at some future date Mrs Lottie Paris who has a pros spentSundayJ T Coy sold thirty fat boWl Satur day at 61 cents Mrs Malissa Hendricks little son is illof malarial fever Mr and Mrs Alvey Ely of Ohio have been the guests of their aunt Miss Nettie L Pond Keep your money at home when you want a mit matte to order Fit jtHlateed BTOVHTS k MAHLW Tailors AFTER SEVENTYFIVE YEiSS The Famous Irvine Establish ment Is Closet Sale Last Tuesday After being conducted sucessfnlly for seventyfive years by father and son business the famotii Irvine farm was cleared last Tuesday when all the stock belonging to Col J SJhelbv Irvine was sold at public auction at tho Madison county stock yards Col Irvine him self has been in tihe business more than half a century having taken his fathers place in 1850 During that time he has easily held a first place among the breeders of the country and it is due to time energy and enthu siasm of such as he that this great bus Incas has grown to such proportions So it is easy to understand the regret felt by all stock men not only in Ken tucky but In other tiections of theCom try when he retires from the business The sale which took up the whole of Tuesday was cried by Mr T D Chen ault the wellknown auctioneer of this county There were many buyers on hand representing many of the famous breeding establishments of Kentucky Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa Missouri and other states Time following Jacks were sold 1 Blackwood U yrs sired by Lib erty f180 H II Colyer Madison coin ty Ky 2 Raven 5 yrs aired by Blckwood No 1 280 G A Ftiwei Leeton Mo 3 Idaho 4 yrs sired by Black wood No1 200 Reno Morrison ttatavia Ia 4 Yazoo 4 yrs i sired by Black wood No 1 266 It L Rubble Lan caster Kv 5 Comancho 4 yrs sired by Blackwood No 1 SM5 Warren Den nis GeorgetownKy 6 Outlaw 3 yrs sired by Black wood No 1 195 G A Fewel Leeton Mo 7 Hindoo 4 yrs sired by Black- wood No 1 290 A W Raglin Clark county Ky 8 Brazos sired by Blackwood No 1 150 T C Danfortb Peoria Ohio 9 Ozark 4 Yrs sired by Blackwood No 1 316 W II Cobb Jessamine county Ky 10 Poxico 3 yrs sired by Black wood No 1 U65 Mitt Shearer Madison county Ky 11 Crsh Note 3 jis sired by Black wood No1 215 TC Danforth Peoria Ohio 12 Redstone 3 yrs sired by Black wood No I 280 Iteno Morrison Batavia la 13 Magnet 3 yrs sired by Black- wood No1 405 J C Ray Lawson Mo 14 Cumberland 2 yrs sired by Blackwood No1 81 Jake Herndou Madison county Ky 15 Dictator 2 yrs sired by Black wood No1 350 Jake Herndon Mad ison county Ky 16 McNabb 1 yr sired by Black wood No1 145 J C Ray Lawson Mo 17 Richmond yr sirei by Black wood No 15174 J CRay Lawson Mo 18 Denver 1 yr sired by Royal Purple 165 J C Ray Lawson Mo 19 Santos 1 yr sired by Royal Pur pie 254 J C Ray Lawson Mo 20 Leonard foaled May 25 1902 sired by Royal Purple 65Capt Cook Lexington Ky 21 Kentucky foaled May 15 1902 sired by Royal Purple 100 Capt Cook Lexington Ky 22 Springfield 1 yr sired by Royal Purple 177 J C Ray Lawson Mo 23 St Louis baled June 6 1902 sired by Royal Purple 170 Harvey Cobb Madison county Ky 24 Cairo with dam foaled May 20 1902 sired by Royal Purple 170 J Stone Walker Madison county Ky Total brought by the 24 jacks in eluding the one sold with dam 5966 The thirty eight Junnets brought a total of 1042 HOIEES and mules sold brought 1131 and the cattle consist ing of pedigreed Red Polled cows and heifers brought 65150 thus making the total sale amount to 859050 It is the little rift within the lute which ever widening makes the music mute It is just a little rift in the health of a woman often which grad stetthevoicePerhapsened woman from the timely help needed at the beginning has been the dreaded questions tie obnoxiua ex thehomethese Nor is there need for continued suffering Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription can be relied on by every woman suffering from what are called female troubles to renew the health and cure the disease Women are as tonished at the results of the use of this medicine It not cnly makes weak women robust acd roiy cheeked but vitalityCommonSensesent free on receipt of 21 onecent oulyAddress Singing School 1ostpoced Prof R C Adams ot Panola received a telegram to come to Clay City to conduct tile singing jar a protracted meeting at the Firsfirlstiam church for the State Evangelist Rev D G Combs Mr Adams was to begin a singing school at Panola Baptist church last Sunday night but will not teach until he returns from Clay City Dr Hobson dentist next doom to Government building tf Richmond Ky 70 Oral A COLD IX OKI A7 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure Eo W Groves signature aMa each box 25 cents Bring in your otl suit and tfonsers and have them cleaned and pressed by the now process STOUFFER MAULER Tailors Lexington Combination Cattle Co will hold their second sale of Short Horns in time Tattersalls building on November 14 and 15 of 120 cattle con signed by the beet Breeders in Central Kentucky J F COOK Mgr 2t Lexington Ky In the day of old When Knights were bold And Barons held their way Folks loved the sliver and the gold Just as they do today In all ages silver and gold have swayed the world Jewelry hold sub lime facination for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices you will regard with favor Com in and see the handwork of the best gold and silver smiths In the land Jewelry is something you should buy of one in whom you not only have confidence but who has the necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years of experience give us that knowl edge tf L E LANE A Communication Jr Editor Allow nie to speak a few CoughRemedywith the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely re lieved me W S Brockman Bagnell Mo This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Hagan 1m 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 For Jale 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 suf ficlent outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address- S L TUDOR Proprietor Eeptl7tf Irvine Ky GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy ycur pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky 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 7 It will be remembered that Miss Dykes gave a most pleasant entertainment here last winter and her second appearance will looked forward to with pleasure This entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Cecilian Club Miss Dykes will be assisted by Mr William L Amslar violinist and Mr ODonald tenor Certain Cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party blcyclttripbany Bradford county Pa I wat taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip when editor Ward of tho Lacey ville Messen ger suggested 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 completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me Sold by Stockton Ha gun 1m See our handsome tine of samples and piece goods before you buy your fall snit or overcoat Prices right STOUEFER MAULER Tailors Stops tho Cough and Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Cioraoasrs Sale B O H Covlngton Pia against E E Mitchells Hrs Dlta NOTICE OP SALE IN EQUITY fly vrtne of aJudgment and Order of Sale of theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will on TnurdJ Mn 6 1 Between the hours ofll and II oclock a mon the premises In Richmond Madison county thehighestscribed property viz Lots Nos 8 and 9 in theR N I B Railroad addition to the city of Richmond Ky fronting on George itreet 40 feet each and running back the same width to the railroad ritbtot way TERMSSale will be made on a credit six months The purchaser will be securityforihebearingIegapurchaseSE SCOTT22oc 3t M OM C O FURSFurs at my new store 357 West MainStreet next to scriptionbutsuch that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only I My work is well known to those who have dealt with me before nd to newcomers I am prepared to urdish mon4IRemodeling Repairing and Dying old furs into the very latest fashions and the work is done in such an artistic way that garments like and at 1os reasonable prices When in Lexington visit my nci you will be convinced of the 0fact BERNHARD LOWENTH AL Prctica1 Manufacturing Furrier KxuxlttlJy it I 1i o i i rr The substantial increase or business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat tei 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 the same range of velvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this Department famous in the business Walking SkinsMade 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 Waistingsi- n Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 50 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89cyd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations roc Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 98c Fanc Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 8i 10 and 15c a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Bags 25 and 49c Childrens Purses with chain c Call in anti see our goods and be prettiestline OWEN McKEE jlfYBBit BillII Openln AT LOUIS GUS STRAUS 4 We have received our now fall line of Alfred Benjamin Cos Swell SUITS and OVERCOATS a line of chosen favorites The principal recommendations of these goods are Good Cloth Perfect Fit Latest I Fashion Careful Finish and Correct Prices We have the largest and best line of boys t0amid childrens clothing in Lexington and would like to have you to give us a call Full line of Lion Brand Shirts at 75 cents Beautiful line of AquaProof Rain Coats 0 I- j t 11If lOIUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS 0LEXINGTON KY OF OUR MERCHANT DEPARTMENTRichard Largest line of swell Woolens from foreign looms ever shown in Kentucky Most Beautiful t J Line of Fall and WinteEfGoods ever displayed in Richmond can now be found at my storeT nssw The Best and most up to date marketsintlie 0UnitedStates have been sought with the result that today no r Dry Goods House 0jflCentral Ky can out class our Vas ellus1J1yline The Millinery Department is in every particular firstclass and stylesbycall before going elsewhere m J SMITI1A rasa Bros BECOSD STREET PHOSE 113 nice newtock of rr SQ racri s close prices rents far Bo uet riour ie Richmond Climax IESDAY OCT 22 1902 Your city taxes are now e Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Rooms for rent apply Alre Sallie yard P 10tf Kanawha Salt at L R ntons oct J3m Frasa Bros tile popular young gro hive a new ad in another column it A yibber tire baby buggy almost sodas new ler sale cheap Calls vffiee tf Stnyti pin l China boar from my place ut two weeks igu color white and k with earmarks weight about pounds Will give liberal reward itsreuirn JIA PHEUS Richmond Ky latta Up ken up as t tray a small brown linj ware mule was taken up on day lie 7 Ownei can have same properly proving ownership and ing charges J H Allman- tj Chief of Police A33pca Sate r J Tevta Cobb as assignee of Dr Ies told the residence and store at Kingston last Friday Jiff purchased tbe residence at two isaud dollars and J T Lamb tbe Luose at one hundred and six irs Htli Orer m Wi i urn who was arrested last k on eharce of forgery was brought intiv city coort last Wednesday Tuitf On motion of Wilbnrns rne Ue case was passed to await jaitiuti of the grand jury Wil ls tid was fixed at 250 Fobfe Sole r IV Noble will offer a public at place near Ranyon Grove iy ovl Several good far- mesich coWs aDd calves a fine ieirling and yearold cattle m ugyy and harness besides is jse bold and kitchen lain oct 152t But Stack Sol eiyfuur shares ot Farmers oi Sank stock the proerty of M 1 hearer was sold at public sn u the court IKHIS steps Sat yaf mjon Mr Wailer Bennett shares at 136 Mr Tlioa ey ive at 13550 80d Major Cu- rLraH iiineatSl35Farile t is hereby given that 3VP os r w confined in the penitentiary was indicted tried convicted rervnced to a term of three yeais InI the Madison circuit court E tie next tDeotiRg of the Board ion Commissioners apply for a le Jso T YOBXG A Ssoes at Irrbe s A D Reids das at Irivine a t delightful entertainment e jirt house Wednesday even was enjoyed by one of the w is that ever assembled in too The yocne ladies acquit be selves well and all who at ii wi e greatly pleased with them hr ingtroctor Bti rrke for Lane e s iie oie farm on Poosey f at week at public eale and gt by Cal Morris T Long ol ii e The him contains about ares anti brought S50 per I is considered an unusually- p for land in that Fcction and JWBhst Madieon county land is ily Teasing ill value Fara Sos e arapbell farm near WhiteV e property of Mrs Nannie e atJd it D Campbell was sold it auction laKt Thursday Mr Main was the purchaser the rTg 5755 per acre Corn sold 1rbarrel Mr W P Prewitt rse was the auctioneer This e y iip best fartr s in that section s c ngdered cheap at the price Hr Wools Bnt Clarence E Woods met with a accident at Crab Orchard last stlaj which caused his frieuds c ucla uneasiness He and fai other gentlemen were ont n anJ while gi iujj down a liili tie harness broke causing ic re to run away The occupants iccairifge were Uirown out but caped Injury except Mr Woods had a dislocated shoulder besides vicg a number of other bruises Korrasbsarfer appolutcipOtIflsster l4nrrno- Rdacni deceased Rater viz L A ReUnlotConfederate Oct 23241902W LA railroad wil sell ticket to Louisville and return at IimlOctGeneral Manager After Turkep rendyfortive gobbler wilt be crated by thous audi for ll e Eastern markets Messn Lte Smiths Prewitt Toohey and J W Christian Co are all looking for a big business here and several other expect to slaughter at other places li the county The turkey crop in Madi son is much larger titan was first sup posed IXnra ca the Case Prof Charles W Bell Principal ol the Graded School at Harrodsbnrg has refused to grant a petition signed by 100 students in his school nskin that they be permitted to play football Prof Bell declined on the ground that tIe game was too dangerous to life and limb of the pupils too destructive to their clothing and had too great a ten dency to decrease attention to their books Rdnod Rates via L A Account of Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias Uniform Rank K of P Louis ville Ky Oct 2S31 1002 the Louis vIle Atlantic railroad Co will sell tickets to Louisville Kv at one and onethird fares for the round trip on certificate plan For Uniform tank companies 21 or more on one ticket tickets will be sold on Oct 27th with final limit Nov 1st 1002 at a per capita rate of one fare for the round trip C M UBOWSISG oct 22 2t General Manager BJjDiT at faa The corner stone of the new Mens Industrial Building at Uerea was laid rturday with exercises fitting the occasion A large crowd gathered to bear the addresses of the distinguished isitors Among those present were quite a number from Cincinnati Cleve land Chicago and other cities On Friday evening a special train took about forty of our citizens onto who injured a pleasant evening with the faculty and guests of the College Among the speakers were Julian Itolph Dr Boone Superintendent of thescbool of Cincinnati Dr Barton of Boston and others Synods Cfae Tbe two synods of the Presbyterian hurch adjourned Friday at Lexington- to meet again next year the Northern Synod at HopkinsriHe on October 13tb The subject of tbe location of tbe wom ms college was not finally disposed of it vflll gu over to next veer for settlement OUter business took up so much of the time of the two synods that it was impossible to give tbe college juestiou the conidcration it deserved A resolution that a committee of eight be appointed from each synod to meet n Louisville at the Second Presbyter- Ian church October 3 1903 and recom mend tc the synods which meet later certain bids that have been received was adopted Both synods took the same action Bnrf While Ont Hoctlsr Eider Martin colored was shot ard killed by Tom Gentry while out hunting last Tuesday afternoon Gentry was arrested and lodged in jail until his examining trial Friday morning The evidence showed that the killing was accidental and the case was dis missed The accident occurred on Otter Creek near the L I A bridge Gentrj testified that they were shoot ingfish and that as he turned around hie gun went off The shot struck Martin in the left shoulder and head Joe Irvine and Raymond Cobb who were a short distance away claimed that Martin said it was an accident Martin was a son of Joe Martin a black smith at MidklfTs shop and was an in dustrious good boy Sate Bloros at Wcrfc Mr William Smith and M Broom field cracked the big safe in the City Hall Monday morning Judge Rice Capt Allman and other city officials had a hand in it so the matter was kept quiet and no arrests made The object was not burglary but was an effort to start the wheels of the City Government which have been clogged lor a week It was found one morn- Ing several days ago that the big pare in the Judges office conld not be open ed The lock was out of order some way and it was impossible to turn the knob As all the papers books etc were locked up in the safe the citys business was at a standstill The City Court was adjourned and very little business could be transacted Mayor Tevis telegraphed to Cincinnati for an expert to open the door but the request was not granted so there was nothing to do but drill out the lock and send the doer to Cincinnati to be repaired Messrs Smith and Broom fijld undertook the job and as thee were somewhat inexperienced in that line of work it took may hours of hard work and the breaking of several bits before tbe door wee finally opei ed A combination lock while it is very strong is an exceedingly delicate peice of mechanism Some times a small speck of dust or a very little grit will interfere with its working properly L R Blanton is sole agent for Wilton Jellico coal oct J3mo and Opening O- fFall Swtrngs I est line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever ted in Central Kentucky from which we make rder and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat us a call before you buy out of the city We rantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below t gn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SWehaAe added a cleaning and pressing depart jit and can seive you on T 1s2 HandMade SUITSREADY TO WEAR Every essential detail carefully made by hand Handmade tltatgiyethat fit the chest and hold shape without a wrinkle these fea Suitsthepatterns to choose from at 15 18 20 and 2250 pricesfineevery seam sewed with extra silk thread and every suit war rantedfor gpod wear or your money back if it proves otherwise Great bargains at 1250 1000 and 800 Other Suits as Low as 500 BootsExtra Snag Proof Felt Boots at 2 25 to 2 50 Calf and Kip Boots a choice collection at 2 52 50 3 3 50 and 4Boys Bootsa saving on every pair A Good Dsc Nearly every Sunday the city officers corral a big gang of crap shooters and other evil doers who dont know bow to rest without getting into trouble and then on Monday morning they put up a pitiful story in the city court and are let offas eaey as possible on promises of good behavior On last Monday morning when about ten of the usual kind appeared Judge Rice decided to administer a good dose so be gave every guilty one the extent of the law The good effect could be easily seen when on Sunday tbe officers could not find s single game though they searched dill gently all day It was a lesson well learned Inproreseats A large force of men is at work on the old building at the corner of Main and Third streets which was recently purchased by Joe Guinchigliani Tbe partition walls have been taken out and the floor lowered to the level of the street A large addition will be built at the rear of the house wbich will add several rooms both above and below This is one of the oldest aud most sub stantial business houses in town and although it has stood for more than half a century it is in almost as good condition now as when it was first oc copied The building was erected about the year iSIS for the use of the old Northern Bank The same con tractor built the Court House which was completed about the same time in the spring of 149 The cholera made its appearance here early ia that summer and the architect who planned and finished these two Imposing struc tures was the first victim of the disease the Create yet Popular Mat Cohens Jack ODia monJs the horse that has won more prizes than any other in Kentucky is as easily a victor away from home as on his own soil When shown in a ring of fortysix at the Indianapolis Horse Show last week be made tbe others look like small change Such things hue ceased to surprise us here at home for wherever the great Jack 0 Diamonds baa gone there la tbe same story to tell The Indianapolis Journal of October 15 says The programme at the horse show last night represented many of the lux uries of the horse show arena The show began with a class for saddle horses mares or geldings in which the class must show five gaits The class was imposing in tbe books becanse it hud fortysir entries Of these entries Mat S Cohens fouryearold Jack 0 Diamonds was eisily the bet Matilda the entry of General Castlemau scored third in Ihis class and Mr Lawsons gorgeous Whirling Prince next The elsa was one of the largest shown and represented the gaited saddle class in its best performances lafiraary Hedtef The annual meetingot the Pattie A mar Infirmary Association waalield last Tuesday afternoon when tbe officers of the Association were elected for the ensuing year The boArd of officers is as follows President Mrs Ed Hume First Vice President Mrs O D Miller Second Vice President Mrs C F Burnam Third Vice President Mrs B L Middletor Secretary Mrs Har vey Chennult Corresponding Secre tarr Miss K V Schmidt Treasurer MM Lynn Directors Mrs CF Bur nam Mrs Mamie Stockton Mrs Joe Chenault Mrs W R Letcher Srn Mrs Jo S Joplin Mrs CL Schafbausen Mrs E M Hume Mrs James Bennett Mrs Ed Hume Miss Anua Shaw Christ Church Episcopal and the First Baptist church have not chosen their representatives yet All the reports read were good and showed that tbe Institution was in fine condition The financial report was especially en couraging as it showed that the aseo cifliouwa3clearof debt A deficit 011 about f400 was reported at tbe last an nual meeting It takes Jots ot money to run an Infirmary and the ladles who have this work in charge deserve a gre5 4e8lO1 praise for their su- cceiu i i iL Boots and Shoes We want your Boot and Shoe trade and if youll give us hilf a chance well get it and keep Itlo your profit as well as ours Our mens and boys Footwear stock is the bigjest and best in Madison county We control such brands as Hanan Florsheim WaIkOver BillWella- nd other fine shoes running in price from 150 to 600 And our collec lion of reliable Work Shoes cannot be equaled for Lot comfort durability and price economy 100 to 250 Qnaratb Apist Cattle Commissioner ot Agriculture Nail is in receipt of an order from Secretary Wilson of an United States Department of Agriculture declaring a quarantine against the removal of cat tie from the counties of Clinton Wayne and Pulaski by reason of the existence of an epidemic of Southern fever as shown by cattle in these counties The quarantine went in force October lOtb and is to exist un til November 15 tor Sale Frfntdy I offer for sale privately two of the most desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farm No1 is known as the WmTerill farm containing 260 acres and Is well improved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfailing stock water good young orchard and and one of the best barns in Madison No 2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 216 acres is also well improved and well watered Call on or address WILSOX TATE eeplO2m Moberly Ky The Fnaietsial deb The Prandennial Club will hold the third meetingof this cycle tcmorrow Thursday evening with Mr W S Hume on Lancaster avenue Dinner at 7 oclock Subject for discussion How should we provide for the elas icily of our currency system so as to prevent money stringency Clues PoE Turley W S Moberley Rev H G Turner TJ Smith C E Woods The next meeting will be held with Dr C HVanght Subject Should the United States Government interfere in strikes similar to the late anthracite strike Class Rev J W McGarvey Messrs S Neville Moberley J S Joplin J Stone Walker Senator James B McCreary The only member admit ted to the club in the last two years was Mr J S Joplin There are still two vacancies the membership being limited to nineteen At the recent election of officers Mr T J Smith was unanimously chosen President and Mr It E Roberts Vice President Mr Woods was reelected Secretary The roll of the Club Is as follows in the or der of entertaining Rev H G Tur ner Dr Murlson Dunn Mr Wm S Hume Dr C H Taught Mr R E Roberts Rev Hugh McLellan Mr J Stone Walker Mr R H Crooke Mr C E Woods Mr R E Turley Senator Gates Mr Wm S Moberley Mr T J Smith Rev J W McGarvev Mr S Neville Moberley Hon James B McCreary Mr Jos S Joplin Stock Sales T D Chenault Jr received 150 bead of feeders from Marion county FridayT Curtis shipped fifty bead of fat cattle to the Indianapolis market last FridayJ Coy of Kirksville sold thirty fat bogs In Cincinnati at 6 cents John F Wagers sold a car load of fat hogs averaging 201 pounds in the Cin cinnati Market Saturday Mat Shearer stripped to Cincinnati Saturday a car load of butcher cattle Fifteen car loads of cattle were shipped ont of Richmond last Ftiday besides several lots of hogs and sheep J C Eubanks of Lincoln county bought twenty head of mule colts in this county at an average pnce of 20 J W Ballatd sold two car loads of cattle averaging 1431 pounds to Stun ders Co of Indianapolis at 6 cents Leslie Ballard sold 16 bead of export cattle tq J W Bales for S AS of New York to be delivered November 15 at 6 rents JW Bales bought or S So k t Wednesday the foIowJag export cat tIe at C cents to be delivered ia No vember From David DHDII 52 MM- TJ Cartia99 be d Milta Cia toa 15 head Joba Parma 2S iW more 25 Keystone Corduroy ARE GUARANTEED Every year we sell more and man them and sends his for a pair are from the best sewed with waxed thread and every seam it rips a new pair Free for the asking We think them the best in world Try them Prices are AND 4 And some extra fine at 5 Other at and 2 Covinsion Banks DISTRESSING AFFAIR Dr C E Poyntz Shot and KilledandJohn Siler Fa tally Paint Lick One of the most distressing affairs that our community has ever been called on to suffer happened at Paint Lick Monday evening when Dr C Edwin Poyntz was shot and killed and John Siler the proprietor of the Paint Lick Hotel was fatally wounded Word was received here of the unfortunate occurrence about seven oclock Dr and Mrs J 31 Poyntz and Dr H R Gibson left immediately for that place but long before arrived it was known that young Dr Poynlz wounds would prove fatal Everything possible was done for him but without avail arid at five oclock Tuesday morning he breathed his last Excited groups stood about the streets all of yesterday morning and the sentiment on tongue was the same that it was hard for this promising young physician to bt called upon to give up his life just as he was entering his must useful stage and when his influence was beginning to be generally felt In his community The story of tbe sad affair can be told in a few words It seems that tbe Plant Lick Hotel changed bands about EU weeks ago when Mr Siler took charge The lady who formerly con ducted it rented another house and tok boarders Nearly all the regular patrons of the hotel preferred to fol low her and as Dr Poyntz was pro bablv the most prominent among them the new landlord took up a grudge against him and it is said accused him openly of interfering with hisbusiness On Monday afternoon a traveling man who was a friend of Dr Poyntz arrived aid registered at the hotel Dr Poyntz met him a few hours later aud invited him to supper They went to Dr Pcyntz boarding house to supper with out thinking of trouble as the young mm bad already registered at the hotel They returned to Dr Poyntz office and just as Ihev stepped on Mr Moores porch Siler begun to shoot Dr Pcyntz returned the fire and each fired five shots Dr Poyntz was wounded twice in the and once just below tins heart Siler received wcunds in taut ear left arm and hip Physicians wIle summoned at once from this city anti from Lancaster and every effort nulde to save both men Dr Povntz diiid at five oclock as above stated rhe surgeons operated on Mr Slier early yesterday morning It was found that the ball shattered the hip belle and ranged backward It could not be located His physician stated to tbd CLIMAX yesterday afternoon over the telephone that while there was a slight chance for Mr Sllers recovery bis condition was not as favorable as it wait early in the day 3tr Siler has resided at Paint Lick for several years and is a son of Green Siler of Wbltley county His brother Mall Slier is the efficient town marshal of jjancaster He Is a popular man at Pabt Lick nnd never had any trouble there before Dr Poyntz who was the only son of Dr J M Pujnlz of this city was abqot thirtythree years of age He was jjora at Sbarpsburg Bath county but bas resided here since his claiM hodj He was educated at Central Unjrerstty and at the Hospital College of edicine where he won first honors in a large class After his graduation he located at Paint Lick and from the flrsjienjoyed a lucrative and growing pratiee He was recognized none of the leading young physicians of the two coantlea sad well deserved the SQC MS that crowned bis efforts Dr Poj itx was a deacoa in the Paint Lick Pre byterUn thatch sad one ot the fow den ol the Y MCA at that p1afl S fusers will be 1ieLd at c i the home of his father Dr J M this at half ten IIRicbmond PERSONAL Mr Will Hume spent Friday in Cin Margaret Parrish was in Cincinnati Wednesday Mrs George Ballew is visiting rela tives in Garrard county Miss Lucy Crowe returned from a visit to Frankfort Monday Mrs ZT Rice left Monday for a visit to her parents In Lancaster Mrs L J Frazee of Lexington was the guest of friends here last week Mrs W W Watts spent several days last week with in Lexington Mr and Mrs Joe Schafhoaseu spent Sunday with relatives in Cincinnati Mr Steve Shanks of Kansas City is tbe guest of his mother in ths city Miss Frankie Kanffuiau of Lancas ter was the guest of relatives here last weekMiss Anne Bennett and Miss Olivia Baldwin are visiting Mrs W H Shanks in Stanford Mr and Mrs J V Logan of Clark county were the guests of relatives here this week Mrs William Arnold is visiting her daughter Mrs H B Hanger in Philadelphia Mrs Albert R McCown was a guest at the SmithWatts wedding at Chiles burg last Miss Nellie of lexington spent Friday with her sister MM Geo D Simmons Mr Tom Luxon and wife of Lexing ton have been visiting relatives here since Thursday Rev W H Dodge spent from Tues day until Friday in Lexiugton attending Synod Mrs J A Higgins and Mrs Mollie Daniels have returned from a ten days trip to Washington Mrs James n McCreary returned Monday from a visit to Mrs John Hngnely in Danville Misses Mettle TavlorMary Little and Julia Higgins spent Thursday with friends in Lexington- Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr left today to tpend a few days with ida tives in Eetill county Mrs Mamie Stockton and Miss Sallie Taylor were the guests uf Mrs J levis Vilkerson in Lexington last week Mrs George Walden returned to her home in Danville yesterday after a visit to Mrs J W Smith on the Cam pus Mr and Mrs George D Simmcus returned home Tuesday after spending two weeks in Washington and New YorkMiss Gertrude Tool and Mrs W A Williams of this county visitod in Lexington Winchester and George town last week Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine enroute home from Lexington stopped over and spent a few days with her hunt Mrs Ulsude Smith Mrs Rose Jarman and daughter Willie Mae of Lexington cime over Monday night to visit Mrs W 1 Lux on J r for several days MrElmarDeatberago returned Fri day from Lexington where he went to attend the faneral naa burial t f his motherinlaw Mrs Heacox Mrs Belle McDowell ofjMiddle boro WAS here yesterday enrouta to Vlash ingfoa where she wilt visit her son Mr J Harvle McDowelL Mr IL R Pfckek atil reeeatly connected with the ICestscky Register left Sunday for B tiFlorida where he baa accepted padltkM oa a iie ws ptpw 1 Right Place Fo- rPine Overcoats Therell be new Overcoats worn this winter than youve seen for many seasons Money is plentiful to buy with and styles are so sensible that men can buy withoutfearof being out of fashion next year We are ready for a great demand our stock has beell selected from the best Overcoat makers in America such as Alfred Benjamin Co Kirsbhbaum Co and Schloss Bros If you want low price its here as small as S5 a coat if you prefer elegance we have it as fine as for coats that equal in Style Fit and Finish the 510 madetoorder kinds and were a matchless showing of great values at 7 8 10 1250 15 18 and 20 rAn Early Visit Will Profit You1- La Pants more Keystone Corduroysone wears neighbors They made English Corduroy the strongest warrantedif the once 3 350 good Corduroys 150 Woundedat they every back friends week Frost 200 pairs Mens to 3 25 300 Boys 6 JOO Boys Pants to SOc OF to the Cash Trade Judge N B Turpin and wife have re turned horn River Hill Tenn they were called by the illness of Mrs Turplns sister Mrs C E Mr P P Ballard Jr and wife of Trenton Missouri who have been the guests of relatives here for several returned to their home Jester dayMr and Mrs A D Miller returned Friday night from a most delightful visit to Misses Elizabeth and Pearl Miller of While there they incidentally took in the Horse- Show and Carnival Miss Grace Grinstead of Flemings burg who has been visiting in Nich came up and spent Friday night with Mrs Gilbert Grinelead in orde to accompany her brother Letch erLwho is ill with fever to their home Mr K P Adams also went to assist Mr Grinstead His many friends here hope for his speedy recovery and return to Richmond Mr Clarence E Woods was paid a nice compliment by the Kentucky Press Association recently when lie was elected an honorary member for life Mr Woods is of the Sigma Nn Delta and since at the last meet ing of the association it was decided to admit only those connected with daily and jovreals to member ship in the association Mr Woods was debarred But owing to the fact that for years be was one of the monk popelr membera the association kit that h could not be spared It kit rarely given end none can appreciate it more tbaaolilr gial I L i For Boys Everything here for boys in m the little tot in his first pants up to the manly fellow with his first sweetheart and just as much case fur style and quality as vre show in mens apparel Overcoats Suits Shoes Boots Hats Caps Under wear Gloves everything needful for winter style and comfort Special Shoes Extra quality heavy sole high tope jUt the thins for winter wear Bring the to see them f 125 to 1 75 IBlack Cat Stockingsa- re best for boys try a pair Pants 75c Suits 75c to Knee JO where Moorman weeks olasville early editor weekly lck t ocingl For Ladies Extra fleeced lined 25c worth 35c Other weights 10 to 25c ELDERS BARGAIN STORE Nearly Ten Thousand Dollars Worth O- fCLOTHING TO SACRIFICED 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap 1000 mens and boys Suits all prices If we hare what you want prices will suit you SEE OUR STOCK ulllijUiL TS BLANKETS He Dont PailTo Visit Millinery Department And See All The New And Nobby Styles Respectfully Submitted Indianapolis compliment Outfits BE E V ELDER Must lbRegardless of Price As executor ot the estate of my father George M Willging I will proceed at once to settle the business and from this date until every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock 60000 Rolls of Wall Paper The newest and best selected stock in the State which will be sold in any quantity desired by purchaser There is also in stock a complete line of Pictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stock must go There is also a complete line of 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 priiJefeand fet the pick of the stock PHIL L WILLGING Execiter Tir ir J TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence I pdtotatethath places in Madison county Arbackle Simmons II cbmond Heircy Hamilton Waco Jo O3 Powell Red lion so AWMasters Valley View J V Whltluck Baldwin John Stapp Newby Unrtsn Roberts Ruthton J WTeater Kdenton ottonburgLIu McWharter Wallaceton Diokner Early JT Coy PorSale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments Eyt386leorgeL W Powell Dixon Ky 22300 N Q Brandon t Co Dexter Ky 331 20 J It Young Son Glasgow Ky 4410 Vm Kuepzlen Milton Ky 28 I N Phippj Mt Sterling Ky4Yerd- tnand 28 Schnble Louisville M 09 Kohl W Owens Ixmisvil e 11 00 IL J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky 5 Austin Hockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C myCt lem Have S L Miukilf lo repair your old vehicles and make them good as nuv i- fSoda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all llavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky ya ZTAPDARD I OIL CO In every town and village mavbehadft V K Mia j Ail Grease that makes your horses glad ++ ++ CALL ATM ++ IJONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoate and accommo ditin cle rs lenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KZ Let us make that old suit look like new by new process STOUFFER MAULER Tailors MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY 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 Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaXSrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50o SI Trial Bottle Free Louisville Atlantic Railroai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE UICHMON- DorVersalllesLawrenceburg Shel 603byrille Louisville LexngtonV am and Cincinnati 315pjn For InIneh Mam For Millers Creek 250pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati 8lCr pmFromO M BROWNING Gen Mgr- Verul11es Ky R A Woolums S A Richmond Ky Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon+++ + + Friday and Saturday November 7 and 8= z There are numerous conditions where Glasses are required and give relief Headaches dizziness darting paiils in eye ball or temple smarting sensation in or about the eye Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited for us Hotel Glyndon Richmond9 a m pm Ky Big lUll Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coal t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary tgrate without any attention J J t+ 4 NOTICE When you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool lbs Got Married at last t Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice IhurmanGrocery Co Ijnntf NeedI Whats the use rnnnin a risk by buying common stoves when nro mil supply you with the bestnhe niarket affords Our AirTignt agiatgr i will enrpriso ycu when it Comes snillfuel bills and good service Wo have in4stocka car load of- o1 Hickory Wagons rOurliueH rJw t 1 i v i ir in ever department is complete and yon can save jourorderteed Respe- ctfullyMYJQJq 1Ios- 4 ATTENTION Wo 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 wel come our friends and patrons We 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 Second street 2tjanly RICHMOND KY PUBLIC SALE Saturday October 25 At 11 oclock a in I will sell to the highest bidder in front of tho Court House in Richmond Ky my Tobacco Warehouse and Lots situated on the L A rail road west side of Laurel street Richmond 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 and then as a whole and the bid real izing the most money will be accepted The Warehouse 34x48 is strongly built two stories high and has a good cellar Prizing Room and Dry House in con noction separate from main building Suitable for factory warehouse or stor ago for any purpose Richmond is the most centrally located town in the State and gives special inducements towards any of fac toryAll of said property will be sold on liberal terms For further informa tion call on or write to J Calvin Tavlor Richmond Kv or the undersigned corner Fifth and Woodard avenue Lexington Ky Burgin Taylor Dmmi iDn r S 1 E T Fish Co Puffs against Kiz Cornelison Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY 3JY virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tLe Madison Court rendered at the September Term there of 1902 in the above style cause tho undersigned will on Monday Nov 3 02 Between the hours of 11 oclock a in and 12 oclock m at the Court House Door in Richmond Madison county Ky being November county Court Day 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 Jlst The undivided onefifth inter est in a tract of land situated in Mad eon county Kyon the waters of Silver Creek containing 55 acres more or tear and known as the Jnrman land and adjoining the lands of C A Moore H C Kinnard and others it being tbe home stead of Amelia Jarman at the time of her death and situated on both sides of the Berea and Kinston pike and on the south side of Silver Creek 2nd Also her undivided one fifth part of a tract of land containing about 20 acres more or less in Madison county Ky on the north and opposite side of Silver 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 TERMS Said Sale will be made on a credit of six months Tile pur chaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the pay ment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment hear lug legal interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT 15oc3t M C M C C For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ NainsoodsNovel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings ColoredjjCotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Cbambrays Shirtings Embroideries TaffetasI Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shifts WnitcAND Glnsnn- RIHJIONJL L Following the Fortune Teller The fortune teller has a great deal to answer for Some of them may tell us things more or less credible or wonderful but if we would guide ourselves by their ad monitions we would be in deep waters One loyely and really bright woman in busi ness here started out with many friends They liked her for the charm of her so ciety her energy and independence She was success ful in her line of work but little by little it was noticed that she lost friend after friend First one then an other dropped off each hay ing as an excuse her fickle and unaccountable behavior She was suspicious of those who had nothing to gain from her and some individual she would abuse mostheartily one day she would exalt the next This sudden change of base and her constant gushes of tears saddened and alienated those who really liked and admired her but as one of them said You feel it a loss of dgnity to put up with suspicions and hysterical spells and to know you are never sure of her confidence Now all is explained It seems the lady is absorbed in fortune telling It is said she visits many of those who come here and her actions to ward her friends are guided by these spook diviners who peer into the future for her She is like another woman here a really bright womanalso who would not speak to her best friend for four years because a fortune teller warned her against a dark woman and the luckless friend had brown hair Now if some one would just warn her against thefortune tellers the woman of fickle fancies might regain her oldtime popularity and friends Car dinal Newman voiced a noble sentiment when he wrote Lead kindly light I do not care to see the distant path one step enough for me for if heaven had wished us to see into the future and guide ourselves accordingly it would have provided us with the prophetic vision for our own personal use There are many silly women in town waiting for promised hus bands fortunes and the prom ised land itself which has been foretold them by fortune tellers for fifty cents per fore tell while day after day they are losing friends chances and happiness which they pass by and despise in their folliTimes Says Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News The conflict is coming rapidly in this country between the man with the hoe and the man with the coupon But says Hon Jacob H Gallinger of New Hampshire Our friends on the other side are looking for an issue they neednot worry The issue is looking for them Prosperity is the issue and all other questions are secondary The American standard of living American manhood and American homes are but the resultants of Republican legislation the sequences of protective tariff which brought to us and will continue to give us an unprecedented age of luxury an unparalleled era of pros perity It is easily dis cernible that Mr Gallinger is one of the men with the cou pons and like most of those men his vision extends 110 ONE STEP MORE Willhefatal step A great manypeople are peril the sleepwalker They are ratalThe progressingday gestton or gastric trouble toes some night to a and returns home to find he has taken that last from health which can never be tak en back To Deglecltbe cure of indigestion or sonic other form of stomach trouble is dangerous It is also inexcusable Dr Pierces GoldeulIedicaJ- Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and purifiestheliver cures biliousness and bilious system liketoDiscovery I cannot utter in rnwrilcliof IK K Mifflin St Hunt IngdcnP1 I was taken ndigstionIno relief I wrOte you and you advised me to IlookorguttieGoldenMedicalconfidence in its curds do not allow medicineclaimed youknowCommosSense onecetitstampsAddress 1c Y Jwt liiic N Y tirthor into the field of re search than his Wn lap of luxury But whet has the man with the hoW who has no luxurious American hometo say WQpder if Re publican legislation and a protective tariff hid anything to do with the transferring his hard earnings to the man with the coupons and a lux urious American home Cynthiana Deniocitvt A TEXAS WONDER HALLS 1KEAT D1SUOVEKY One small bottle of hilts Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes grivel diabetes seminal emissions went mid lama back rheumatism nnd all irregularities of the kidneys awl bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold your drug gist will bo sent by lUaHon receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above- mentioned Dr E Vf Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box C2 St Louis Mo Send for testimonals Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky HEAD TIIIII Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hun St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used ont bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds whim began using it today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4doc ly JOIIK ARiDDEE The selfish person is quick to accept the generosity of others Forty Years Torture To be relieved from a torturing di sense after 40 years toitnre might well cause tho gratitude of t one That is what DeWitts Witch Hazel Salves dill for fl Hatiov Genava Ohio lie says DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years Cures cuts burns wputuls skin diseases Bewaio of counter felts 1m The pride that gocth before a fall is of a stiff necked variety His Life In Peril h1 Jnst seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred flee of Welfare Tex biliousness and a lame back had made life a burden I iiouldnt cat or sleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Electric lilt terp but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat any thing have gained in strength and enjoy hard work They Jive vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown peo pIe Try them Only dOe at Terry Thomas drug store 1m You will be no better than you de termine for yourself fJf4rv This signature is on every box of tim genuine Laxative Bromo Qwmne Tablets tho remedy thatcnrcs n old In one tiny The wealth of a nation is far less important than its uianhocd The Worst Form Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they cleansing aid sweetening the stomach and bv transforming their food into the kind of pure rich red blood that makes you feel good all over Mrs Cranflll of Troy I Territory writes For a number of years I was troubledwith indigestion and dyspep sin which grew into the worst form Finally I was induced te useKodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured J heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia Take a dosu after meals It digests what you eat lui True Mission of Preaching Rams Horn Dr John O Rust an eminent minister of Nashville Tenn in describing what he believed to be the true mis sion of preaching said Preaching is not echoing Preaching is not talking be hind your times or ahead of your times but toyour times Gods commands are in the present imperative and his great word is now The preacher must be perpetually speaking to the people of God A living message from a liv ing God by a living voice to living men that only is preaching The gspel is not for libraries but for life and when it is run out of the meetinghouse by science or aes thetics then it should taketo the streets The gospel must get to men where they live and where they need it and the preacher muijt take it He is not to talk into the air but down on the level of our hearts right into our lives A Missouri papthtells ofa man named Jones a newcomer having deposited 100 in the pastors salary box one Sunday recently The preach er asked why he had been so generous and he said that he had just engaged iq business in the town and he wanted to help along the ca eThen the preacher annoiljieed that he would surely patronize Mr Jones and asked all the con gregation who woul j do like wise to stand up 3hen the whole congregation arose and the preacher asked Mr Jones what his business Vi is and he salorkeepern Honesty of purpose Iso substi tide for money in an nndlytaklni When a chI refuses t4 give S man ijhofograpbhis A person who cannot or docs no look you in the eye Isop to BUS PlC ion Buttlie same thing sometimes true of those who can It takes only wjllpowor to face your rocthWitoJaWi t it inks heroic f- wtLtlidooiettetL Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water ruLes It lIes been so encouraged by Increased patronage in both during the prebent year that it hns determined to allow a discount of 25o per 1009 feet on illu ininaliiis tras furnished on and niter VIC 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 175 XSTBut notice fa especially glren that this discount on gas will not be allowed to allY person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rate penally without ex ception Respectfully Ricmtoxn WATER Ltairr Co Nov 27 1001 decH tf For Sale I offer for sale my residence on High street Lot Is 00 x220 ft with now sta blo and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in good repiiir and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow Breton sheep are not much larger than a fairsized hare What could have been tho use of Eves wearing clothes when there were no other women to be jealous of them Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times Do they hurt after reading a 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 4 I examine the eyes In the most Intelligent and +careful manner without 4 charge It glasses are 4 needed can supply the i4 correct lenses mounted in any manner desired f+ ++++T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30J1 ly PROFESSIONAL CARDS TOILNE3 RW MILLER ArroarenrATLAW RlCEMOItD KESTCCIT Omce n the Bnrnam Building next door to arraers National Bank feb3ly S11LL1T AN JA ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posit Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery y R LBTCHER AtJrneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY tSTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Beqnetts old law office over Perry o Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS OIlS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobsbn building MainStrect ff C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OthceStouffcr Building Main StreeJ relephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Master Comrs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT w U hurleys Hrs PltH against WU Hurleys Hrs o Crds flits All persons having claims against the estate of H Hnrlcy devd are hereby notified to file the same egal y verified with the under November1MThe administrator WJ Oooch is also undersignedou8ESCOTrJIOMOO E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 OsteopathicPhysicians State Bank Trust Uldg Literature furnished 011 application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern Schoolof Ottheopathy DENTAL STOGJRY t3T OXtTIIe st tODSQI DHSTIST OF LOUUVILLH XT omce next door tu Government Building aichmSnd Ky Office hours a to 4no7lTly Harry M Blanton DENTIST jWOfflco iti Bennett Building 1jan13 TELEPHO ME 196 i DR LNDMAN H Hptel Glyiidon 1WelncsllayjToyomber 12 1002 tl l t For Rent Four rooms 1 rent cheap Well located Apply to Thurman Urocery Co U Notice to Creditors Parties having claim against the estate o W SI Brumlact are requested to presen same verified as required by Jaw to the un derslgned on or before December 19CJ All parties Indebted to the deceased are requested to pay promptly to the undersigned 8 J BKUJIBACK too It AdmrW Brnmbaclc KadelDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensItive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adietunnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Prepared only by E O DEWirr Co Chicago TUotl bottle contalnsSH times tbeSOc stab For sale by Perry Thomas aomi i Dn r l Floyd KIdd Atlmr Ja3 il Hart Pills againstJas and Crds flits NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt the April term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on UrQfIY Qcto r 6th premisesInPublic Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property vlx A Certain Tract of Land On the waten of Silver Creek in Madison county Ky known as the Jarman tract and bounded by Wm Adams homestead Pleas Evans Silver Creek June Armstrong the Kin caid tract etc containing 58 acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land in Madison county on the waters Of Silver Creek called tract and bounded by Wm Adams the valker heirs tract Dig Branch the IK acres sold by Wm Adams to John Kincaid June Armstrong the Jarman Treat etc con taining 38 acres more or less These to tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole and the bid producing the most money will be accepted IEnsiS Sale will be made on a credit of 612 months The purchaser will be required to give good bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from dayof sale with a Lien re served upon laid property until all the pur chase money is paid SE SCOTT soctst M CM cc 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted excursions leave Louisville 12 oclock noon every Tuesday aud Friday in through excursion sleeping cars DoubleBerth Rate Only 650t J 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 Of HERNDON WALKER Having sold our farm near Whites Slation to J W Herndbn we will offer at Public Sale on the premises atlO oclock nmon Wednesday October 22 1902 All of our personal property con sisting of 25 head of fat cattle 28 heifers 2years old 35 calves and about 20 cows about 75 head ofyearhngs 10 work muleu 24 2year old mules all broke 2yearllnjs mules s veral horses and horse colts 140 sheep 25 goats corn In field hay fodder etc TERMS All sums of 20 or less cash in hand nIl sume over 20 a credit till January i 1903 without interest IlegotiableTrust Co Richmond Ky The terms of sale must be complied with before the property III removed J WHEBXDOX oct 141 J STffNEVALKEK omminion 1B J l LE PlitneainstJ T Estill C flits NOTICE OP SALE IN EQUITY TYIi oftheo aboveStyle taiaj Wsr I l J thepromisee bestbidderfstThe Life Interest of J ontheofTaylorltlceiH Baldwin the fates heirs Joe and WhiteBales etc 2d At the same time and place I will also Thl0oacresacres inetlldlnli the dwelling house and other KitillnowEstiUJfl acres the orderedWerms Both Salci will be made on a credIt oU3n berequlrodtolortliepayinent ofl bePUreh ale havothe force ac1 llMeren ofaJudfHMJK lIearisC ree4MBpoa1ft 4 SLSCOTT96t C 1 20 PERCENT OFF ON STOVESII I bought yourStoveearly in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance hi prices and the freight A A WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tireat Majestic Range HeateYoufore seeing us Seeing is buying We are sure We can give you a better article for less money than any one in this or any other to- wnHARD WAREOU- R LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plowth only perfect Disc Plow made Its iigiitIsThe Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pa you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and R pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon- 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 l5- s k ockccIt were tliinking t your SVO r1eand therefore it is time to think us You cannot be too partkuhir about your FURNITURE You want a large and varied st to select from You want w t variety of prices You want in telligent courteous service mJ rightprjsWethese wants in the fullest measinv and earnestly ask an inspection our stock before placingjour01 iir r W S Olldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND luly311 KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burtf Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was r cently destroyed by firerI willoffer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are damaged in the least and these bargains are without a pain this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe everythisCome at once and see for yourself the bargains that a being offered and get first pick from this immense stock Goods THE LOUISVillE STORE A DOBROWSKY Pro First St Opposite Court House Ga- teRichmond K CutGlass For Autumn Wedding Gifts tilebridePrds widest choico at iiiost reasonablo Prices Visitors to the Trots will find tbi right place to purchse souveuirs of Lexington Kemembor every pi1 SUver bougllt 01 ItS 18 nicely engraved ot chargo Victor BogaertMAMJf- ACTijRiHG JEWELER AND IMPORTER E MAlNST LEXINGTON K 15 OW e44 a eM Gtla i Dahiiig tlomrrfce8 4