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P CfvSWTjE 1 1r ii- t i RICHMONDAT t L OLUME29 RICHMOND MADISON COm TY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1902 13e Wise J I 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 7 COHatcherTea and table spoens 10 and 15c lOcPadGalvanized wash tubs CO to GOc Corrugated 1anietlcoal hods 35o- tqt granite rice boiler 70c 0 qt tin buckets 10c Coal oil cans 10 to 2Uc Woolen spoons 60 35cMeatChina cups and saucers COc And ofJnrdinierFlower Pots r r Everything Cheap at he Racket Sfore Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND KY la ft BlantonI tElfINM figl dv 7 4 144 t v Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapry0lyr II 1 Phone 85 Q Big Hilt Coal Co j ORLANDO KY tShippers of AInite QllIrZ t+++ A t Guaranteed to last all night hi ordinary t gratE without any attention ti+++ N + +++ jC c V What You Need Is a Good Stove Whats the use running a risk by buying common stoyes when we can supply you withitbe besithe market affords Our J i AirTiEht athatr1J J 7 will 8irpriso you when it coiner small fuel bills and good service We have in stock a car load of mU Hikoiy Wagons the most reliable farm wagons in existence Our line offf H t1iin ever department is complete and you can save money bv trading with us Give us your order for Roofing and Guttering Satisfaction guaranteed Respectfully TAYLORBRQ Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits Jj fining Room and fJ Furniture Jj Oll lbn n ecordiallyinvitestore their headquarters a J A 1 JH We MMiTt please Our success depends upon it and the rca sonable prices at which everything useful is offer MattingsandCarpcom newestrssmoul A A JK A 3 JO S JOPLIN hone Da Night Iti 4 4r i Urit rt gWat itftG t t i APPEAL For Law Enforcement Ysoyi eBreathittvened this morning Judge Redwiries address to the rand jury WAS a strong and earnest appeal for the en force went of law and the pre4 servationof order He said in part A faithful fearless and impartial dischaige of ever duty imposed upon you will lbe4the first i stepttoward discovering cllmibuals who have made both life and property insecure at home and have given your county suchan unenviable reputation abroad I trust that your deliberations wit be such that the men who have been shedding the blood of their fellowmen and spread ing terror through thecounty will be made to feel there is power and might inthestrong arm of the law No man should think for a moment off A A becbmirig hisown avenger of inflicting chastisemenfe upon those who may have tres passed against his rights Let the law punish every crime and right every wrong I want to direct your atten tion especially to the homi cides that havie been committed i in your county within the last year While there are manj cases that will demand your attention most of them have been committed under circumstances that will make it easy for you to identify and indict the guilty parties There are two cases however that I think it necessary for you to give your earnest and most determined efforts to ferret out and bring to light On the streets of Jackson two men DrCox and James Cockrill have been shot down one in the night and the other in open daylight and strange as it may seem the perpetra tors of these horrible crimes have never been discovered- or brought to trial I want to insist that you give to these cases your mostearnest and determined c elf oaf t sI Crimes like these should not be allowed to go undiscovered and Isay to you gelitlemenrthatif it takes the whole of your time at this term of court to find the evi denceand complete the hearing of these cases you should give it cheerfully The court will give you every assistance in its power and the witnesses will be brought be fore you and given every pro tection the law affordg in any communityy i Startling But True If every one knew what a grand medicine Jr Kings New Life Pills is writes IX II Turner Dempeeytown Pa youd sell all you have in a day Two weeks use has made a new man of me Infallible fur constipation stomach and liver troubles 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m J knoveltyinfdivorce is re ported from a little town in Austria where the parties in a recent case issued cards of invitation to their friends to be present at the trial MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many socalled birth medicines and most remedies for women in thetreatt of icr delicate organs contain xnore oc less opium morphine and strychnine countriesdruggists Do You Know that you shovM get take iaternally any medklM lee the MpregssacyDai Fried to applied weteraaHy only DqyoH KMV that Mothers FrfeBd is a celebrated prescription and that it has been in uSe over forty years and teach bottle of the genuine bears the aa ae of The Bradficld Regulator Co 1 Do know that when you uee ttll8- remedy during the period of that you will be freeo and beat hearty andclever children 1 well theSb things arc worth know They are Of draggislrrat ro1te ua itiyi ib lui- eOirjkue bOOk Mg s frW we wwwf ist Kiwum fat Is I Ib pc i iTHE OLD lELIABLE 0 9aI1 r iNG- POWDER r t z h Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE The Presidents Thanksgiving Proclamation According to the yearly custom of our people it falls upon the President at this season to appoint a day of fes thaI and thanksgiving to God Over a century and aquar- terhaspassedsince thiscoun try took its place among the nations of the earth and dur ing that time we have had on the whole more to be thankful for than has fallen to the lot of any other people Gener ation after generation has grown to manhood and passed away Each has had to bear its peculiar burdens each to face its special crises and each has known years of grim trial when the country was menaced by malice domestic or foreign levy when the hand of the Lord was heavy upon it in drouth or flood or pestilence when in bodilydis tress and anguish of soul it paid the penalty of folly and a forward heart Nevertheless decade by decade we have struggled onward and up ward wenow abundantly enjoy material wellbeing and under the favor of the Most High we are striving earnest ly to achieve moral and spirit ual uplifting The year that has just closed has been one of peace and overflowing plen ty Rarely has any people enjoyed greater prosperity than we are now enjoying For this we render heartfelt and solemn thankstothegiver of good and we seek to praise Him not by words only but bydeeds by the way in which we do our duty to ourselves and to our fellowmen Now therefore Ir Theodore Rosevelt President of the United States do hereby designate as a day of general thanksgiving Thursday the twentyseventh of the coming November and do recommend that throughout the land the people cease from their ordi nary occupations andin their several homes and places of worship render thanks unto Almighty God for the mani fold blessing of the pastyear- In witness whereof Ihave hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United atlthe29th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and two and cf the independence of the United States the one hundred and twentyseventh Signed THEODORE ROSEVELT By the President Seal JOHN HAY VSecretary of State A Thanksgiving Dinner Heavy eaUnis usually the Ural muse of indigestion Repeated ak tacks inflame the mucous membrnneii lining the stomach exposes the nervai of the stomach producing a ewellinj- alter eating heart burn headachesour risingsand finally catarrh of the stum1 ach relieves the Inflammation protects the nerves anti cures cat tarrh odotcures indigestion dy all fltoinacli troubles by cjeaiif log and sweetening the glands of thjl stomach 1m Tommys Reasoning It was a cold dark rainjr day and little Tommy wan te his mother to read to hlt1 When itlfdiGOveredih the gas did not the rook sufficiently for his mothertl QUImamma room is only about ha the size of this and the r twicelight a c The Man Who Does Things Every institution wants him He is not looking for positions positions are look ing for him He does not complain heacts He accom- pli hes results and these accomplished results speak more loudly in his favor than acres of subsidized newspa pers What the world wants what the world rewards is the man who does things Discouragement and failures are meaningless nothings to him results fire the substantial things for which he strives and attains There is a settled air of assured success in his manners andmovements There is no trouble in selec ting him from a crowd He can be picked out just as un erringly as his opposite who abides with discouragement and failure and they leave a more attractive imprint on the countenance Men who can do things in industrial commercial and financial life are as scarce as their oppo sites are plentiful Oppor tunities are not scarce they are plentiful more plentiful than ever since history was written They await the poor boy who does things without looking at the clock People who are always looking at the clock never amount to much in anything Men who do things never consult the time to see if they dan stop they know it was made for slaves not for virile men who enthu siastically do things Em ployes who frequently consult the clock will always be em ployes with no hope of rising The man who does things may in his absorption forget his meals or his bed but his opposite will be ever ready ahead of time for both or either A Startling Surprise Very few could believe in looking al- A TBoadley ahealthy robust blacksmith of Tilden lud that for ten years he Buffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change follow ed his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writes and I have not felt a twinge in over a year They regulate the Kidneys purify the and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervousness improve digestion and give perfect health Try them Only 50cts nt Perry Thomas drug store Iqi The following summaryof crop conditions for the month of October was issued by the Weather Bureau The month as a whole was very mild with rainfall generally suffic ient In the central valleys the conditions are generally favorable for hardening corn but a considerable portion of the crop in the lake regions and over the northern portion of the Mississippi and Missouri Valleys is yet soft Winter wheat seeding made satisfactory progress and was largely completed by the close of themonth by princi pal wintermonth States The early sown has as d rule germinated well good stands being generally reported Fly is however quite exten siVely reported from the States of the Ohio and Cen tral Mississippi Valleys Asleep Amid Flames somefiremenmates from death security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do itDr KinKS New Discovery for Consumption gives perfect protection against all throat Chest and Lung troubles Keep it near and avoid suf deathand doctor bills A tea spoonful A late cough persistent use the most stubborn Kanalees and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy b1Periylri ThoM druggists Price Qe find sl I Trial bektl a tret tm d P A Turtle Story A Logan county man has just discovered that he has been running a turtle ranch unawares The Kuttawa Times says A few miles northeast of town is a very fertile piece of land that was known many years pondnIt is said that a long time ago snakes thrived there and hun dreds of them could be seen among the weeds and grass around the margin of the pond The laud is reasonably dry now having been drained for cultivation The land belongs to Mr C W Jones who in digging n stock pond near the outlet of the original pond using plow and scraper unearthed large tur tles in andbwhen the artificial pond filled with water and softened the bottom and sides the place was visited and 180 turtles were counted around on the bank at one time These had been imbedded while the pond existed and when dry ing up they delved into the mud and soft earth which hardened upon them and thus imprisoned them for many years and until their rescuers resurrected them They were found six to seven feet deep in the ground and some of them were over two feet across the back Its not so much of a mystery how they got there as how they survived so long Tetter Salt Itbeum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad tases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr CmljB Condition Powders are jnst a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 rents per package Dazed For The Moment Will you allow me to ask you a question interrupted a man in the audience Certainly sir said the spellbinderYou been giving usa lot of figures about immigra tion increase in wealth the growth Of trusts and all that said the man Lets see what you know about figures yourself How do you find the greatestcommon divisor Slowly and deliberately the orator took a drink of water Then he pointed his finger straight at the questioner Lightnirg flashed in his eyes and he replied in a voice that made the gas jels quiver Advertise for it you igno ramusThe audience cheered and yelled and stamped and the wretched man that had asked the question sneaked out of the hall a total wreck For RentIFour rooms to rent cheap Wen 101 cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co All European Russian has only 780 newspapers and per- iodicalsabout one thirdthe number of the State of New York Mrs Fred Unrlr th President Ceaatry Clara Beaton Raher Alter my first was bom I did not seem to regrfii my strength although the doctor gave me rtonic which he ued verysuperior IJt lasted ei gettIng grew we every day MyillZJ hand ItWkd that le WlfIC of Cardul for a week sadsec what It would do for me IdKd take the rncdkiM Mi was verv hettthAof Mil as In IIMHlth1 was IWe to tAU up my meal duties am very enttati aide M Ito pratsc Wine of Cardni reinforces lie of generation for tho ordeif oLpretti It mls carriage No woman who takes Wino Of Curiai seed fear the of her chill If Xn UnrathJJad taken Wise of Cardai before her labycamo she would not Have been as 8heTras Sec rapid jeccmiy should coraaiewl this grett resqQy to eezpectaat Cardw regulates the menstrual ftar III- WlNEofARDUIl If II UMBER 5 DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE 1ety Camact DOT S Sohn onesonYo Wagon Load After Wagon Load of N ijp aza 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 walkaround or pick their way through the wallof boxes that surrounded our entire storeesdiJ The proprietors of the Busy Bee Cash Store found out that on account of delays in the progress of their new building on Main street that they would not be able to move this falland have decided to make this their last fall in the oldstand on the corner the Banner Fall of their business career t The buyers have certainly tried their skill to its utmost capacity Shelves cour ters ledges tables and every available space in the entire store is loaded from floor to ceiling with new choi e uptodate merchandise for fall and they are creaking and groaning under the immense weight piled on them Our New Dress Goods v Are creating a noise among the ladies who have seen them and the pretty nobby stuff is alroady beginning to go out Every weave in favor this season is being shown and their beauty and elegance com mentedon by all who seen them Our Mens and Boys eeeCLOT INfi Is so far supperior to any of our past efforts that it will be a deoth blow to all competitors Just thing of buying a good Cassimere Suit for Boys for 98c and a good Cassimere Suit for Men for 348 Our stylish nobby Clothing will cost you about half the price other merchants ask you for them Our OVERCOATS are already on the moved and wise customers are selecting now while can get what the want Have a look at our Clothing it will pay you Our UnderwearFil- lsnearly 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 some much money for what you buy Already Customers beginning CLOAKS WRAPS JACKETS RAGLANS TailormadeSuitsDepartment before Richmond sight worthcoming whether garments tempt are showing newest things in Ladies nice Fancy Hosiery pairOurthe lowest Fleishers Shetland Fleece OOc per Ih boxBestprGoodanll8GoodNew Line Hack Waistigs 8 c qualityGoodGood 121 and loc yd best 25c nice Towels 5c each Clover Loaf Towels bleached lOc each Check Cotton for dresses and shirts lea New line American Lady Corsets Mens Suspenders lOc Suspenders 5c Lexington Yarn 4c Pear Buttons 5c Good Calico 31 and 4c pd our are to say that we will never sell all the Suit The like was never seen in It is a miles to see you buy or not The new style will you our low cash price will sell you fc We the our prices Fleec Jeans Largo Boys dozen We are Sole Agents for the Genuine If you are looking for uptodate nobby headware dont fail tosee theHawes Hat War to the knife the goneforthSHOE DEPARTMENTYou can buy any style and kind and all the best qualities in shoes from us at prices for good stuff that you pay for trash elsewhere Dont buy a boot or shoe for child woman man or boy before you see our brrgains in shoes We give you the bqstqualitiesandsaveyouraonev Carpets Rugs Matting Upholstering Lace Curtains Gloves Ribbons Lace Embroideries Linens Umbrellas liens and Boys Shirts Neek ar lor Men and Ladies Ladles UndersklrtsGraln Bags Hats and Caps and anything else yu wint can be had hero in large quantities at lowest prices We are rushing goods out in every department Everybody who has anything to do with this great stores doings is working with allthe vim and energy they possess Its economy to trade with us For money saving read every offer carefully Our way of selling goods is not to linger but get them out and make room for others East West North and South from all 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 W IX Hawes Hats Respectfully OLDHAM A SO iJ BUSY BEE CASH STORED 1 U JJiH 11 1 iiT The Richmond Climax =J C CHENAULT President A D MILLER Manager HOST 8 CKO WE Editor =WEDNESDAY JOV 12 1002 UKLWUXl CVEKV WKHNKSUAY BY The Climax Printing Go Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIUfUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County Fort COMMON ABALTIIS ATTOKNKY HON DA CRUTOH 3j Of Jessamine County ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT OLERKc We aro requested to announce HOY C WHITE a a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the acLin of the Democratic party Wc are authorized to announce DAN II 11KECK as a candidate for Clerk of the Midi sou Circuit Court suoject to the action of the Democratic party hereby announce myself as a candldatt fOr tile nomination fur ClerK of the Madison Cir cuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that my many friends In the past will favorably consider any clslms that I may have to the nomination and if nanf lusted I promise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people lot past and future favors I am tallyS IT seems that foot bull is destined t passSince the great argument over the proposed prize tixLt in Louisville some time ago which was prohibited by tlm courts ou account of brutality The Tmes has a record of the foot ball accidents ill the county The result shows that during the luotith ot Octo hllr seven fol hall men were killed Itveutv eetiutitly injured and one driven insane The Oumberlaud Presbyterian Synod of Tennessee at its meeting last week condemned the game as brutal and injurious not fit to be placed in the name class i u bull fights It will be prohibited ii all schools of that church Other schools antI colleges in various puts of till country are denouncing the game in strong term KEFEBISG to the defeat of the Repub lican ticket in the Tenth district the Ueattyville News remarks On looking over the figures we are constrained to the belief that we owe our defeat to the fact that the other fcl loiys polled the most votes PBE inEXT ROOSEVELT Will pass through Kentucky today on his way to Mississippi to hunt bar and other big game Wilier Eronston For Mayor Mr Walter S Bronston formerly of this city has announced liimseK as a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Mayor of the city of Lexington Mr Bronston is one of the most prominent young Democrats in the State and one of whom the Richmond eople foci especially proud III pub lishing his announcement the Demo saysThe while it will come as a surprise to mostrof the readers of the Democrat will not he unexpected to those who arc on the inside of the gmne of politics as she is played in this burgIn announcing as a candidate Mr Bronston states to the Democrat that he wants it destinctly understood that he is no mans candidate He also stated that it was his intention to come be tween the factions in the role of a har motiizer and hoped that he might be time means of bringing the present party dissensions to an end lie is very earnest in his ambitions and says that uiw ho has taken hold of the plough he will follow it to the end no matter what may happen lIe has a large fol lowing of personal friends and is very popular at large All in all he will materially affect the raco for the nomination if not its result GEESE WANIED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons- J H NEFF sep 24ti Richmond Ky CFlowerCoi LEXINGTON KY YoUCant Measure Quality witha yard stick judgetheentirely by its appear ance Quality in Car pets lies in the material and makingthings 3 ou have to take on trust Your Safeguard Our reputation is your safeguard BROWER is noted for reliability buylastingwhen you buy home furnishings here You ca t get unworthy qualities here at any pricewe have none of that sort Take advantage of the special prices on Carpets This Week r JBmwer COI1 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Xy4- uTty Tim result of the Congressional eleo lion in Madison county and in the Eighth district was no surprise to anyone who was acquainted with the facts We predicted all along that Hon Gbo G Gilbert would be elected by a ma- Jority ot 1500 and that he would carry Madison county by at least 250 We were disappointed that his majority was only 2J5 but will not grieve over those five votes as he had enough to ellCt him The large vote piled up in Mr Gilberts favor shows what the people think of him and how they appreciate the service he Tins rendered in the past Bow wo give the vote in Madison by precincts and the Eghth District by counties i I I I i- cld L PRECINCTS d Q tI rl Q UJ Sitm 0 S p r f Q 0 01 i CourtHouseV 65 181 4l Vet End120 74 Uitivarsitv174 78 1 East End117 128 2- Chenault114 74 8WhiteMcCreary 157 63 2- Tipton124 63 4- Kavanaugh12 81 6 Vneo eo 127 117 1 107Uenrwnllow Kingston180 I0j Blue Lick5 101 4- Berea25 122 6 Clay 74 121 4 Duncnniioni 88 122 IhirnamfT 152 77 8 Tevis 127 89 1- 2Crutelier100 CO 8 Poosey 55 182 5 Newby 118 186 4- Biggerstaff117 81 8- Total2505 2820 71 Majority 245 Plurality 174 MAJRlS 0 0 COUNTIES St tjj Q 8tt Anderson 446 Boyle jr i 170 Gurrard157Jessamino125 Lincoln22Madison Mercer252Rockcastle 0- 7Shelby804 Spencer405Totals 276 Gilberts Majority2177 PERSONAL J R Bush was in Stanford one dey last week Mrs Mollie Daniels is visiting friends in fihelbyville Mrs Neale Bennett has returned from Me Stering Miss Minnie Dykes returned to Cin cinnati Saturday Miss Carlisle Chenault is the guest of relatives in Frankfort Miss Sue Patterson of Gynthiana is the guest of Miss Moliie Fife Mis Hugh McLellan is in Louisville the guest of Miss Mary Scmple Dr Landinan the Oculist will be at the lintel Glyndon Wednesday 12th Miss Nell Winn of Paris was the guest of Mrs H L Perry last week Miss McElwaino of Bowling Green is the guest of Mrs Hugh McElwaine Capt Len Ballard the popular bus man is recovering from arecent severe illness Miss Ethel Watts of Chilesburg is the charming guest of Miss Florrie Sheriff Joe Tcrrlll and Chief Allrnan were In Louisville on business yesterdayMr Mrs Cabell H Chenualt have returned from a four weeks trip through Texas Mrs Emma Gregory and daughter Miss Lucy have gone to Florida to spend the winter Mrs D M Chenault went to Jit Sterling last weekto attend the burial of Mrs Mary Ried Mr and Mrs Creed Gott have re turned from a visit to friends at Ambrose Jessamine Co Mrs Mollie Powell and daughter Miss Emma of Nicbolaaville are visiting Mrs Beecham Lackey Mrs N G Graham of Cumberland Gap Tenn is the guest of her daugh ter Mrs N B Turpin Miss Finnie Culton who is teaching school in Hock cAstle county spent SAt- urday and Sunday at home Henry P flied of the Register spent a few days with his mother Mrs Aruan da Reid in Mt Sterling last week CitylISChenault on the Otter Creek pike Little Miss Mamie Miller Woods epent a few days last week with little Miss Lucy Chenault in Lexington Miss May Yates who was called home on account of the illness of her father has returned to Midway to school Misses Edna Bronaugh and Blanche Hamilton have returned to Nicholas vllle after a visit to Master Kit Cov ingtonEditor J L Sowers ofValley View who has been ill for several weeks was here last week for the first time since his recovery Mrs John B Chenanlt and little daughter of Frankfort will arrive the last of the week to visit Mrs T D Chenault Sr Miss Mary Cult on who baa been at tending Business College in Lexington for several months returned home Friday night deUhtfulday evening in hbaorof Mr aad Mrs Huffman of Mt Sterling Prof and Mrs C Bucker Adams who have been vietinp here have gone to Owensboro where they will inMract a clam in Physical Culture Mr Jack McGnttts of Mississippi student in the Lexington Business College was the guest Friday d Sat tuday of Miii Mary Csltea fe Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumptionU Eat plentyof pork was the advice to the consumptive 50 andioo years ago Salt pork is good ifa man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs mostScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refined of fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent free upon request Be sure that this picture la the form of a label on the wrapper of every bottle ol Emulsion you bu- ySCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y soc and i all druggists Mrs Nelson P Gay and little daugh ter of Clark county are the guests o- Cher parents Mr and Mrs T D Chen ault at Cumberland View Mr Letcher Grinstead the popular clerk at Rice and Arnolds shoe store Is again at his post after a siege of fev er much to the delight of his Mrs J S KemiedyT of friendsI Mr and Mrs Speed Ilibler of Paris were here last week to attend the burial of their sister Miss Lottie Cook I Mr Shelbv Tribble of Lancaster spent Sunday in Richmond with his mother Mrs Sue Tribble Mr Tribble Is the efficient foreman of the Lancas ter Record Mr Milo Shanks who has been on a visit to his mother has returned to Washington D C where he holds a most responsible position in the Gov ernment printing office Orchardwashero last week Richmond still claims Mr and Mrs Willis and they are most welcomed vistors here Mrs Scbwoerke and little daughter Blanche of St Louis are visiting lilies Addie Hunley on Second street Mrs Schwoerke was formerly Miss Mary Burns of this city Mrs Joseph S Gardner and baby of Jacksonville Florida passed through here last Friday enroute to Irvine where she will visit her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams Mrs Harry Scrivner and two chil dren of Winchester are the guests of Miss Alma Scrivner on Second street Mr Scrivner who was operated on re emily for appendicitis is improving rapidlyMrs Henrietta A Bronston of Rich mond came over Saturday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Will D Oldharo She was accompanied by Mrs D A Chenault who returned home after a visit in Richmond Lexington Leader Dr L J Frazee was called from Lexington lest week to assist Drs H R and W1f Gibson in operating on Mr Harry Scrivner This is the third time Dr Frazee has been called here to assist In operations since his remov al to Lexington Miss Lillie Cecil entertained the Eight Hand Euchre Club yesterday afternoon at her home Cambus Kenneth in the country In honor of Miss Hattie Letcher of Richmond An elegant lunch was served and those present report a most enjoyable time Danville Advocate Mr C E Woods lately visited friends at Ashland and in discussing that enterprising place casually mentioned side trip he took on the electric Interurban railway to Huntington W Va where he was delightfully entertained by General John Hooe Russell and wife Mr Phelps who reside in one of the handsomest homes In West Virginia in the residence portion of Hunt ington Mr Woods met several old C U boys among them Dr C True hart Taylor and Samuel Biggs who is shortly to wed a Paris Ky belle He- met Mr J W Cole and Billy Green lately of Richmond both doing well Stock Sales 1 A rallard delivered to J W Bales for S S of New York twenty six head of export cattle averaging 14G7 pounds These cattle were sold In October at 6 cents David Dunn delivered to S S Sat urday fiftytwo head of export cattle averaging HGO pounds at 6 cents sixtyelghtheadCo Saturdav They averaged 1457 pounds and were sold at 6 cents The TranterKenney horse sale In Lexington was attended by a large crowd Sixtyfour horses were sold for a total of 15375 an average of 24025 a head The best sales of th day were time famous sire Jay Bird twelveyearoldbrood purchasedboth Hews This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not CureFO FJallbusiness matabyWest k Truax Wholesale Dragnets Toledo O Watting Kinnan M TIB Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is takes inter sally Mting directly upon tIme blood ytemTestionials Dru1MHalls Met 1 Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Bring in your od suit and trousers and have them cleaned and pressed by the new process fcTOUFFBR MAHLER Tailors Stops the Gomffb and Works off tin Ce fd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents For Sale Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I otTer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main Htreet Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and sufficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address S 1 Tunas Proprietor scptl7tf Irvine Ry 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 In the day of old When Knights were bold And Barons hold their way Folks loved the silver and the gold Just as they do today In all ages silver and gold have swayed the world Jewelry hold sub lime faclnation for everybody We have all kinds you will admire ai prices you will regard with fuvor Corny in and see the handwork of the best goldand 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 At The New Opera House The InterOcean Comedy Company presented the Western Girl at the New Opera House Mondaynight and those who were not there missed a firstclasn show The InterOcean is a strong company in fact it is about as good as comes this way A good crowd greeted them the first night Tonights performance ends their en gagement in this city but we hope they are as well pleased with Rich mond as we are with them and that a return engagement may be arranged The specialties of the Inter Ocean Company are exceptionally good At The Grand Opera House The MackFenton Company opened its weeks engagement at the Grand Monday evening with the splendid production Twixt Love and Duty The house was tilled and all seemed to enjoy the play The company is an especially strong one Wilbur Mack who played the part of a war correspondent captured the audience at once with his wit He also appeared in some yery good specialties Singing by Misses Gertie Lewis and Nettie Pal mer was also good Last night the bill was The Great Diamond Mystery Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of J W Hill are requested to present same verified as is required by law to the undersigned on or be fore the 1st day of January 1903 Parties indebted to the estate of J W Hill will please call promptly on the undersigned and pay same without costs T G Ulossip Exor o- fPublic tf J W Hill Sale And Renting As Administrator the estate of Samuel Barnes deceaced I will offer at Public Sale and Renting on the premises 3 miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike about 1C oclock IL m o- nSaturday Nov 15 02 the propertyFive extra good 4 milch cows I yearling bull and bull twoyearoldheifers yearlingyearling mulvs 2 twcyearold mules and horseH50 shocks of sugar cane and about 160 olfarmingblacksmith tools ottertotrear 1903 the farm containing about 200 acres Also 60 odd acres of Jood grass land adjoining the above farm Terms Made known on Day of Sale Mrs Samuel Barnes AdministratorWllson STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine syaAin GIJOI LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TW9 MACHINES IN NE SewiniMacimlimes t oneUna of a wa tch Run onethird lighter and feed onethlrd faster than other machines Same time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell ironwood work and ball bearings Is the totheFor a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted lottheure npCallosad Hp be couvlee- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS 8mo Riekwood Ky The varioa eoumtrk ef the world postageMet v r Dont fail to Lear Prof Burkes lecture on RobertjBurus at the court housa Nov 15 veep your money at home wnen you want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STOUFFER MAULER Tailors NEW I nJqi TO II 3 EiUIPMENT sw1 r Fast Scheduled Trains ST LOUIS OF THEM AND ALL DAILY 31 No Additional Charg FOR SUPERB SERVICE AND QUICK TIME EWGANT COACHES SleepingCarsDining Cars TFor laforaaUCIIIcallo P MCCARTY Geneial Pautnytr ICINCINNATI O For Rent Brick resIdences number four on the Campus formerly occupied by L F McCord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to octltf JACKSON ROBERTS Beat This 400 tap Robe of ours if you can 41- added to this price will not secure its equal elsewhere This doublefaced One quality PLUSH LAP ROBEi- s one of the many in our stock This is time handsomest line that was ever In time city All theee Roods possess many at tractive features not the least of which is their handsome appearance and durabilityLap at all prices from 150 upwards T J Moberley Dr1DeHAVENI MAKE A SPECIALTY ci NERVOUS DISEASES I have been especially successful In the treatment of Kervotif Women and Children not cure Nervous troubles but I can put 15 to JO pounds of weight on a thlll delicate woman or man in 30 to 9 days I can develop the lungs and cnlarpe the chest 3 to 6 inches In 60 to 90 Icurc Spinal and Nervous diseases of children Backaches headaches Chronic Constipation and Chronic Ca specillctrutll1ClllIn OsteopathyElectricltySuperbeatad etc etc This treatment Is given only in my Office and San patIentsDr FREDERICK DeHAVEN r PhyskUa Surf OMeeptlk Office 819 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky Grand Opening O- fP11 Switings Largest line ol Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opaned in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit eitherSSuit Trousers or Overcoat Give us a call before you buy out of the city We guarantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below foreingn work Stouffer Mahler TAILORS P SWe haAe added a cleaning and pressing depart ment and can serve you on short notice 1s2 FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to descriptionbutsuch that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only o My work is well known to those who have dealt with me before and to newcomers I am prepared to urdish references of the most popular ladies of Richmond I make a specialty of v Remodeling Repairing and Dying old furs into the very latest fashions and the work is done in such an artistic way that garments look like and at most reasonable prices When in Lexington thetactBERNHARD LOW ENTHAL Practical Manufacturing Furrier KvNextAUCTION AUCTION Having decided to close out my business I will begin today to sell a- tAUCTION everything in my store This of goods whichis complete is composedof Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps and Gents Furnishing Goods and can pow be purchased at your own price We realize the great loss that is sure to be the result of an uction sale but as stated above these goods must go at once if iot at my price at your own Auction begins today at 10 oclock and will continue until every article is sod In thiss1e I will also sell my household and kitcljjen furniture and all the fixtures in my rc room LOUIS ISALCSQNJ FIRST STREET I S T t4-v The substantial increase of business in xmrDry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods Nom t au ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kindofa rush er Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not t beenoverlooked and customers can expect the same range of velvety values and bouncingbargains that have made this De partment famous Wcikhng Skfrts t11 i4 aflounce4 1lull409ii4 1j full flounce bottom finished with 4 rows of stitching top of Q flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of Q sam at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion Jpleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 JS Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion a pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottomofilounce t separate dust ruffles each 225 4 Fancy Waistings in Albatros 28 inches wide all wool quality with a beautiful woven stripe running through the cloth in all shades and combinations 50 75c a yd Solid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful Moire Velours 21 in wide in all Jthe latest colorings of the season 9Sc Fancy Flannelettes in all the latest Q novelty patterns and colors at 81 10 and loo a yd t1 Ladies Purses and Wrist Hags 23 and 49c Childrens Purses with chain 6c Call In and see our goods and be prettiestline jhIt DOeOWEN McKEE GREAT OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY Owing to the continued warm weather we are badly OVERSTOCKED IN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOlUS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY kkkThtVt 14 f Most Beuutiful fJ f R Line of Fa1 and Winter for Goods ever befound oR the Best and most up to date markets in the withtheDry Goods House in Central Ky can out class our vast mporiumMy prices as well as my 4please The Millinery Department jyouby calling at my store Give me a call before going elsewherep IIr 1 trr f m SMITBA I a Ia-i ii t HrpNrLasa Bros lI SECOND STREET h PHONE ice neijv stock of i rrhrocoi lose prices juts for hBoquet flour I e Richmond Climax SESDAY NOV 12 1902 Rooms for rot apply Mrs Sallie tIsep J tf ReM If aacsonfc ad in another col Hominr and grits at Frasa Bros lid street Saturday will be the llrst day of banting season I D B Sbacfcelford Co agents for ra 41r tight etoves- I Kanawha Salt at L R ntons oct l3m Full blooded Narrnpansett turkeys leMus C F CIIENAULT It Tickets for Prof Burkes lecture on sale at Perry Thomas Drug e Remember Professor Burkes lect at the Court House Saturday night ember 15th LlIi Isaacson is closing out at nuc a i Lis stock of boots shoes clothing Ietc fee ad There is some talk of a Dramatic bbeinc fonnril by the society peo licholasville I Dont fall to Lear Prof Burkes ilion ol Hums poems His Scotch eel ia unsurpassed ne bucket of coal wilt last twenty hours in one of D B Sliockelfords Coals airtight stoves It is only two weeks until Thanks then it will be brother turkeys to look out for danger W A lieazley who shot exMar Joe A Shannon of Crab Orchard been acquitted at Stanford Work on the Oldham Schlegel and buildings is progressing nicely when completed they will be great I lions to Richmond I 130000 hard brick for eale at f8 per sand by D C Wiggins Bro In at New Opera House or grocery Irvine street oc29lf y See our handsome uno of samples piece goods before you buy yotr jnit or overcoat Prices right SiirEFER MAuLER Tailors t meeting of the Patiie A Clay rmary Association was held last i day at which time Mre James i ictt wai elected Treasurer for the i irigearohnWhl Foster and Miranda ren both of Valley View neighbor AsyII sold 1Mr John B Harris formerly of this I but now business manager of the chester Sentinel was tho winner pony which was rallied off last k by a Winchester firm Meat difchcF 10 cents each one gallon buckets 5 cents each e 10 cents per pound TEX CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg IelllngJotroutes Last week two routes s established in Clark county with chester as tho distributing point be well get there after awhile The contract lots been let for tho ion of telegraph poles between ers Creek and Bealtyville The pletion of this line will reduce the raph toll from B ttyvi1le 25 cents I saeh ten words transmitted The lumber dealers and planing owners of Lexington are takings tho formation of some relieveIlanded of them by companies act i under the Board of Underwriters Kentucky and Tennessee L R Blanton is sole nt for Wilton Jellico coal J3mo Waste furnishniceFor Rest streethlfltflediate QrinoreociKMf T S HAGA- r r JSryanUvilie Ky J AdJoJftl Inunt John Wilt Foster of near ValleyView wasadjudednaoeiu tbecounty theEasternOpened to Navigation tohaviglltlonbeen closed the greater part of tillI beingwadeou LwtAYarninr pAvetlieouce This is the last warning so please call and settle Immediately John F Wagers nov 12lt Sheriff To HotHere The League Conference and Mission ary Institute of the Danville district will be held in the M E church In this city December 2nd and 3rd wi1lbeU1lyzcL Mr Robert Reagan postmaster at Edeuton has recently suffered a stroke of paralysis Itut it is thought he will recover He It one of the oldpst post hainJIsencdIresidentLtucolnLeg Broken r While playing last Thursday with a crowd of children a child of Mr and Mrs IXN Minton who reside on Sec ond street tell and twisted his leg un der him resulting in a break of the bone below the knee Dr Gibson dressed the injured member and the little patient is now doing nicely Strayed or Stolen From my place about three weeks ago a pale red dehorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf Ben Hord Richmond Ky Railroad News comes from Jackson that CT Little and his associates who are Eastern men will soon build a broad guage road 25 miles ia length from Jackson to Lost Creek with the view of opening up and developing 50000 acres of mineral and timber laud Let the good work go on New BfcL I have just burned a kiln of 200000 No 1 brick Please call and see my brick if you have any building to do They are the large brick ard will gain 30 per cent over any brick on the mar ket Prices from 0 per thousand up Delivered anywhere in city limits Yard on Irvine street oct29 4t SAML RICE No Money in Sight The county school teachers flocked to town Saturday expecting to draw their- mnthssalariea but were disappointe lSuperintendent Wagersreceived noti fication that the check was delayed a week on account of the Sheriffs of the State being slow in making their settle meats The money will be ready tot the pedagogues next Saturday Read This On Friday afternoon of this week the Mission Bands ol the First Presby terian church will have a sale at BIg gins Ellis store There ready for the purchaser will be doll handker chiefs caps bedroom slippers belts ties and all kinds of milllneiy Dont fail to attend Anything you want for dollies outfit Dedicated The Waco Baptist church which was destroyed by fire has been rebuilt and last Sunday was dedicated with most Impressive services Rev W H Hyals was the presiding minister while Rev Dr McDonnell preached the dedicatory sermon The day was an ideal ono and an immense crowd was present Basket dinner was serv ed and every body ate to their lull satisfaction A New News Sheet We are in receipt of a copy of It11 Lawrenceburgs new paper an eight page weekly which will appear each Thursday morning It is gottuu out under the editorship of O Coleman Cox while Mr Morton Green acts in the capacity of business manager The politics of It aro not known In fact It will have little to do with such We welcome It Into the fold of country newspapers and wish It a long and prosperous life You will find stoves from S2 up at D BShackelfcrds Co and the larg est assortment ever brought to this city E Steatherage Co Whatever You Need in the way of things to eat we can fur nish you in any quality andat the Ibest prices IThe Best is the Cheapest buvtalways but especially is this so in Groceries for then you want done but the be- stEDatherage pt jh carry this jrear a larger and betterstock I IIGroceriesDried Fruits Pickles CieeettfJ Salt Salt Salt that will keep your meat You can get it from us by the pound barrel or car jI load f EDeatherageCo J j y in A stock of select High Cut Shoes of good looks in the Extra values at 2 Cuts 25 to 75 If you buy boots to best in have to buy from us were with the care and will give most for the least money 2 4 at were made to order last sum when were lowest so we can offer the best Snag Proof Boots at Same as cost to 71 71 71 71 71 1Organized The Elk Dramatic Club was organ- Ized Monday evening at the Club rootrs and will begin work at once on the en which will be given in December Fox Hunters Meet The annual meeting of the National Fox Hunters Association began at Howling Green Monday A number of the loyers of the chase from this county aqcl Garrard left yesterday The meetiig will continue through the week Public Sale will sell to the highest bidder at my residence on Lancaster avenue on Nov 13 at oclock my household and kitchen furniture carriage two sets double harness stove garden etc Sale will begin at time stated Terms cash Mrs EUGENIA M HUME Suicided On Monday afternoon shortly before dark Mrs C Brown committed sui cide by drinking carbolic acid at her home on Bybee Row Mrs Browns husband is cooper at the barrel factory No reason is assigned for the deed Deceased is native of Frankfort and her remains were taken there for in Becomes Oiun Elder Miller having resided in this county for more than two years last Monday before the Clerk of the County Court and declared his in tention of citizen of the United States of America and renounced all to the Czar of Bus sia Nicholas Alexander Miller is member of the Russian Col ony and is connected with First street clothing house nay Ride On last Saturday afternoon the little Mission Band of the First church gave hay ride The big furniture wagons of Messrs Jo Joplin antI W Oldham were filled to A fee of ten cents was charged for ride The little people spent gaj afternoou which was an ideal one for such pleasure They wero cLap eroned by Miss Lucy Crowo and Mrs Win H Dodge To Locate Here Mr Harry Estill county was here last week with view of lo eating He secured good position with the L railroad and will short Iy move to Mr Scrivner is of Superintendent W Wagers His wife is of Mr Situ Hamilton of Wiseman town and niece of Mr R L Gentry of this place We will be glad to welcome Mr and Mrs Eorivner into our midst Oil EstilL A special dispatch in Sundays said that very strong flow of oil was stnick at the mouth of Cow Creek just above Irvine The oil is said to be of an excellent color and good quality The well belongs to company of IrvincmenbaUl zelrlgB Co are largely Interested They began In that part of the county about year ago and this is the first well drilled The drilling began Monday morning and the flow of oil was struck morniu at one oclock at depth of about five hundred feet The promoters of the company have leases on sev cf land in Estill and are confident that they are ia the best oil section of The well lies near the famous burning springs on White Oak and is in direct line between the Kaglqnd and Knox county fields Several who are in terested In the company passed through here Saturday on their way up to view tire well The Radiant Home airtight Move- at D B Co barns ally class coal and tbo bowl is Iorfoer years I isI 711 7I 7 ffi 7If F i CHOOSE YOUR OVERCOAT FROM OUR REAT STOCK Here are plain facts about our Overcoat business Larger buying makes it for us to undersell all local competition smaller expenses enables us to cut profits much shorter than the big stores And we earnestly invite an early opportunity to prove to you for STYLE QUALITY OR PRICE Overcoats cannot be bettered anywhere America immensevariety to select from at all prices I 56 7 8 J 250 J 1820 2250 and 25 High Cut Shoes STRONG VALUES large Winter with touch styleand better grades 225 and 250 Boys High J 1 Calf and Kip Boots + advantage county youll Ours selected greatest 0 the satisfaction 350 and m B- 5oo saving prices Felt Boots 2Our boots prices 225 to 250 275 elsewhere l tertainment I Thursday 1 p m implemetts promptly J a a terment a appeared becoming a allegiance forever a a Presbyterian a S overflowing a a Scrivnerof a a A Richmond a brotherinlaw J a daughter a CourierJournal a a ofFrankfort prospecting a Thursday a oraltlousandacres Kentucky a gentlemen Shftckelford o 2 easy and city that Our An 10 5t a Madison ia guaranteed Hb first Time Mr Weed T Smith of Stanford has in his possession the first dime he ever earned When a lad of twelve years be worked one whole day for 10 cents Mr Smith is now fifty years old and still has his dime and says ho would very much dislike to give it up rebnc Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Nov 15 at 2 oclock pm the residence now occupied by Chas Jacobs on Second street Terms due third cash balance in six and twelve months For further particulars call on or address Claude Smith- RichmondIt Ky Close jam At Berea The second foot ball team of State College played a close game with Berea College on the latter grounds Satur day afternoon The game was sharply contested neither side being able to score State came very close to making a touchdown twice Once they had the ball on Bereas fiveyard line and an other time on the threeyard line But neither time were they able to cross the coveted goal line- thaogesonLN A very material change will be made in the running of trains on theL N beginning next Sunday The night train from Cincinnati which passes at 1105 will run to Livingston instead of Rowland where it will make connection with this train out of Louisville The afternoon train from Rowland will arrive earlier than it does under the present schedule After the sixty miles of road between Jellico and Knoxville is finished other changes will be made giving us better train service than we have ever had before After the Dance Elza Broaddus colored charged with shooting on the public highway was fined fifty dollars and cost in the county court Saturday Sam Amster Gent Gray and Jiles Young charged with confedeating and banding together to Injure John Bush was dismissed During a dance near Clays Ferry about two weeks ago a fight occured in which Bush was shot and Amster badly cut Bush was are rested and afterward swore out war rants against the other three Amster and Gray were held over to the grand jury on a charge of carrying concealed deadly weapons Still Another One Mat S Cohen with the famous Jack ODiamondswalked away with every thing that was not nailed down at the St Louis Horse Show last week This great horse in capturing another prize adds another adore to his list of successes making a record that has not been equalled by any other in the country this year He has been exhibi ted again and again and has never yet been beaten Immediately after the St Louis Horse Show Mr Cohen left for New York where Jack ODla monds will meet the few ho has not met elsewhere at the Madison Square Gardens A Treat The concert given on last Friday evening by Miss Minnie Dykes under the auspices of the Cecillan Club was a treat seldom enjoyed by a Richmond audience Miss Dykes sweet soprano was if possible sweeter than ever Mr Wm L Ambslers mastery of the violin Is wonderful Ho plays with perfect eaee and whole souled uncon sciousness of his great talent His notes were sweet beyond expression Nor was this all for Mr John ODoa nell the young tenor also added much to the evenings en joynent His voice was rich and full ud thoro gklyti der his control All three were encored time and agaiu and responded most generously Mrs Clara Akws was Miss Dykes accompanist For all three of the voting artists we predict a most brilliant future ia the world el HHJBJC and Richmond people will gladly wel cowa them MRtli For country lard call M FraN Bw Second street f i k TEN DOLLAR SUITS Best In Kentucky DollarSuitsquality allwool fabrics in many beautiful patterns every stitch sewedwith best silk thread and every garment perfect in Fit Style and Workmanship the strongest values in the State at the price 10 a Suit everythingfrorn22 50 And with every purchase our positive guarantee of full value or your money back if it proves otherwise Let us clothe you well at small cost COYINGIGNS BANKS 7I178 F 71 I m ffi r F F The little mission band of the Bap tist church gave an entertainment on last Thursday evening entitled Liv ing Pictures It was much enjoyed by all present A collection was taken up which will be added to the mission fund C M Wiseman Son Leading Jewelers of Lonisyille have just gotten out a New Catalogue embracing every thing in the Jewelry line If you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reasonable prizes write Jor a catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky nov52mo Cooadl HeetJsf Tho regular monthly meeting of the city council was held last Thursday night The reports of the various city officers were read and approved A contract was drawn up by the City Attorney between the city and Mr E T Burnam purchaser of the new tele phone franchise and was signed by the principals At the request of the Elec trio and Power Company the City At torney was directed to obtain a right ofway for electric vires on the cast Bid s of the 1 N at the Race street crossing A petition was presented for a side walk on the north side of Oak strict between Lancaster avenue and Hijjh street but was deferred waiting to hear from the property owners A request for a light at the south end of Hijh street was referred to the street committee Mayor Tevis reported the purchase of five hundred feet of new hose and an other herse for the fire department Tho new hose will be placed in the station at tho Hutno Cooperage Com panys plant Federal Court in Session Federal Court convened in this city Mondayafteruoon at2oclockwithJudge Cochrau presiding Following are the grand and petit juries summoned to lerre during the term GRAND junr Lee Riker Horrodsbun N KLewis Daaville J Sparks Bryantiville TW Bndslinw McCreary J Ed McClure Mt Sterling Samuel Lutes Beattyvllle L C Drake Nicholasville W Reid Lancaster Ben C Hardin Braxton Mercer county Price Berryman Nicho lasville T II Darter Harrodsburg S D Goff Winchester It D Hunter Win chester Sibron Nickel Sellers Wolf county Sam Johnson Jelts Creek KreathUt county Joln Amiwuod Jr Howards Creek Unatliitt ronnty Willis Johnson Hazel Green Wolf county Thomas Sellers East llickuian Jessa mice county G W Dugan ferrylIIeI Bojle county Henry Hinds PETIT JOKY J B Dickerson Millers Creek Estill county N P Gay Winchester John Steiile Nicholasville Josiah Burdett Berea Madison county Waller Chal enei Winchester Frank 1oater Am broite Jessamine county J S Minter Forj J W Clark Jackson Breathitt couaty John M Williams Stanton Powell county Jackson Caburn French burr Menifee couuty John Ward HaajBl Green Wolf county Geo R Datii Danville Taylor Hurst Camp ton Wolf county W C Crawford Perjyville Boyle county C B Skid man Brawne Powell county Geo Tucker Parkaville Boyle couuty Albert Hall Brawne Powell county Robert Ulnli Beattyville William Ashcraft Bealtyville Sjlrester Land IrvincEllis Johnson Hazel Green Wolf county J B keen Fiiicastle Lee county C C Ogfjf Brassfield Madison county Speed Taylor Ruthton Madison countyJohu Todd Kingston Madison county Thos Wo6d Clay City Bludford Bowman Mojilca Lee county John West Am broiw Jessamine county Green B Tar leyjSr Richmond R G Englo Rich mojid Alexander Strong Athol Lee W P Nolsad Knowlton county Garrett Tipton Millers Ettlll county Elisba Martin cottlj Lse eoIlBtlIReaben ColeBotli coHBty Henry Wheeler RELIGIOUS Rev Otis Huchson pastor of Mt Olive Baptist church Clark county has been called to the pastorate of Mt Tabor near Paint Lick He will divide his time between tho two places The Rev Gilbert Glass formerly of Broadwell will be installed an pas tor of thin Presbyterian church at Mun fordsviile Ky November 16 by the RevDrs T E Converse W Y Davis W S Megginson assisted by El laud Watson and Winston Mr Glass known here where his father Harvey Glass now of Somerset was pastor of the First Presbyterian church for a number of years He is also a Graduate of Central University His ncany friends hero watch with much interest his moveet and wish him great success in his wo- rkMATRIMONIAL GAINESLOWEHV R E Gaines and Miss Nancy Lowery both of the Bald win locality were married Wednesday at the home of the bride DAVISNOEL On last Thursday at the residence of Rev H G Turner on Firth street Mr Thompson Bavin and Miss Nancy Noel of Buckeye Garrard county were united in marrige The happy couple left immediately after the ceremony for their home WASHBURXDEBTIIICK The marriage of Miss Laura Washburn of Be rea College to Mr F A Derthick of Mantua Ohio took place Thursday night the ceremony being performed by Rev HT Derthick brother of the groom The bride is a native of Brack en county Ky and has been connect ed with Bereacollege forseveralyears- Mr Derthick is a prominent young farmer Mr and Mrs Derthick will make their home at Mant- uaDEATIIS BLEVINS The sixyearold son of Mr and Mrs William Blevins died Friday and was buried in tho Rich mond Cemetery Saturday HUGHES Miss Emma Hughes daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Hughes of Whites Station died in Lexington Fnday aged twentyone years The remains wore brought here Sunday for interment in the Hockaday bury lug ground near Whites Station WooLiMs J W Woolurfls died at lila home near Muir Station Novem bet 3rd at the age of 61 years Before lila death he was agent for the L and N railroad at the above named station He was the father of Mr R A Wool urns of this city who has the deepest sympathy ef a host of friends In his grief Y MeA Notes Mr Boucher hold a series of mens meetings at Valley View Friday Sat urday and Sunday of last week There was a good attendance at each meeting anamuch interest was taken in the work This protrrani committee is at work on the program for the county conven ion to be held here the first week ia December The quarterly report of the once tivo committee which has Just been issued shows a great growth in the As soclation work in the county The lo cal Association hum seventytwo active thirtyfour aesociato and night junior mo inhere Fourteen daily and weekly papers and eight monthly magazines are on file in reading rooms Daring the quarter h133batbs havobeen taken an average of 19 per day The visits to the rooms average of 102 per day The Faint Lick Association has twenty one active and gino associate members Elevqn raeajg meetings have been held daring the quarter with an attendance ol 128 At Valley Ytew tbere are eeveii ac tive and ve associate members Twelve nieot gs have beEDhc1tlIwIt 1 an Mteadac steely elgbr IIt j for for iji r 200 pairs Mens Pants 75c to 3 25 300 Suits 75c to 6 JOO Boys Knee Pants JO to 50c r l OF Fail All S County Court Notes The wills of J William lull BC Mason and Samuel Barnes deceased were read and offeied lor probate- T C Glassipwas appointed admin istrator of the estate of J W Hill with S E Hill and H H Colyer sureties The court appointed F M Hill James Campbell and A C Carpenter R C Mason was ap pointed administrator of J IJ Masons estate with John Lackey Theodore Dunn and Andy Cochran appraisers On motion Mat Chancy was ape pointed overseer of road No2 On motion Sanford Oldham was appointed administrator of the estate of LloydT Quiseubury SQ Royce J C Blitilor and William McCord ap arid B T Jones administra tjrsof the estate cf W C Jones filed thelpsfinal settlement Court appointed N B Deat1l rage George D White Sanford Oldham William Benton Jeff Cox John Ballard and Henry Hadenas supervisors of Madison county for 1002 Wilson Tato lor Bryant Ruth and Lizzie Jones filed final settlement Mrs M E Shearer executrix of estate oOllsa Tabitha Simmons deceas ed filed final Battlement Stouffer 1 Mahler Ire tie Ht more suits overcoats and twwHiV e saeaeare UMW the other i 50c ShirtsL- arge buying makes it possible us to show the line of fifty cent Shirts in Madison where else such beautiful patterns suchsterling values such variety to pick from Let us show you 50c 50c iHanan ShoesFinest Made For Men WFlorsheimfl to Hanants 7NWalkOverThe Worlds Best the Price Our Mens and Boys Footwear Stock is the biggest and best in Richmondand we are anxious for your patronage Ff 71 ffi 71 71 71 1 7 IXer tt TI IIBARGAIN Nearly Ten Thousand Worth Of j CLOTHINGTO IBoys r l 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats cheap JOOO mens and boys Suits all prices If we tare what joi Watt prices will suit you SEE OUR STOCK mil QUILTS BLANKETS Etc H Dont To Visit Millinery Department And See The New And Nobby Styles ELDERr appraisersOn IpraleflroW guardian greatest county No Second Dollars Robert Burns The people of our city were on Tuesday evening last proffered a rare literary treat such a feast of reason and flow of soul as seldom comes comml1nity1Prof the Newport Scuools discussed for a time that seemed all too brief the life character and writings of Robert Burns Scotlands idolized poet of Nature He depicted in chaste classic language the poets early environment his lifelong struggle with poverty his child like love of Natures beauties his lov ing sympathy with lowly life and while deploring the inconsistencies that marred his career revealed the noble and tender heart within filled with affection for all that is beautiful in religion in men and in Inanimate things But superior to his eloquent description of lila interesting theme was the inimitable rendition of some of the poets choicest works Paris Democrat Prof Burke will deliver his lecture at the Court House November 15 badlyhandicappedIsolated from the healthy enjoyments- of its little fellowbeings cannot partake either of their play or their sturdy workandlproKreea In the world its whole life is embittered by incapacity RHd weakness Any w mss who expects to become a mother ought to Know what Dr Plerees Favorite Prescription will do dMtetytfrlMNIMcl bequetthlag a fIr mess are of haHh anil Maas4k to epres YlJitt1eOM Ernest Hasfld4t Was Married The following special telegram hind appeared in the daily paper concern lug Ernest Mansfield whose death we published last week Boston Mass Nov 5Ernest r Mansfield of Springfield Ky Tin young Harvard student who was drowned last Saturday is reported to KingstonNewAda Conolly of Cambridge Mess Miss atEastthnthermarriage ad that it was Mansfields Intention to tell his parents when ho went home for his Christmas liolMnvr Public Sale 4 I will offer at Public Sale at 2 oclock p m on Saturday Nov J5th inRichmondnear Court House Seven rooms lot 84x270 feet good veryhjngisiTerms made known on day of sale LO SCHMIDT rIJLrst JI1IT H r tIiIiPROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTOSNETS ItW MILLERAro1tTLtLAw RlCBMOSD KWTUCZT Office n the Bnrnun Building next doorto araers National Bank Ieb3Jy A surLIVJ ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JODMOHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office On Second street over Ohen 1 ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawr E RICHMOND KENTUCKY CSTOfGce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELWU t AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON S GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building M inStreet ff CJIlSPERlI1JJ Medicine and Surgery I Ofhce Stoufler Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICIIMOXD KENTUCKY W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs IL OYance DO Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust Bdg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot OjJheopatby DENTAL Ra RY c3r 1aet t onsot DENTIST OP LoUISVILLE KY flulidingiJobmSndnovl7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST DfOSTice m Bennett Building JJanly TELEPHONE 1S6 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Vednesilay November 12 1902 t FafcnUp Taken up as estray a small brown ruckling mare mule was taken upon Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have same by properly proving ownership and paying charges J H Allraan tf Chief of Police ATTENTION We have moved our produce business front 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 and other Produce i 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 29jaulv PJCJIIMOXD KY OFFICE mHotel9 a motoi MORE L1ynARLsAvEDBY Dr Kings New Discovery ron Consumption Coughs and Colds Than Dy All Other Throat And Lung Bemedies XTpmbiaed This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Price 50c 8 81 Trial Bottle TTM TO THOSE t wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fIr Weare pleased to state that gplacesArbuckle tSimmons Rcbmond Scare Hamilton WacogJo C S Powell SIJohn Stapp Barton Roberts NewbygJ WTeater Edenton rottooburgrAWearren C CMcWlurter Wallaceton BIckner Early Berea JTCoy KirkiTflle 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois Central Personally conducted ex cursions leave Louisvilleat 12 oclock noon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate Only 650rrf Tickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reduct ions from all points Liberal stop over privileges at important points in California Only through car route from this section to California- For further information address R H Fowler T P A For Spring 19O2e White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novelty FancyWeaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts WnlteANDGinson RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Win be at Hotel Glyndon+ Wednesday Thursy December 3 and 4 reliefIeadacliesin or about the eye Dont neglect your childrens eyes Difficult cases solicited Glyndon Richmond Ky NOTICE When you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has Got Married at last Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice Thurman Grocery ColJ- anf i l 1 fTn Fortunes in Growing Frutts And Vegetables Along the Cotton Belt Route Owing to favorable conditions of climate and soil in Northern and Eastern Texas the raising of early fruits d vegetables for shipment to Northern markets has be come very profitable Fruits and truck mature in this sec tion and are shipped and mar keted before the products from either Georgia Florida or California get to market This region also has the very reat advantage close prox to the markets of the reat central West such as t Louis Kansas City Chica o Denver and Hot Springs Ark which latter place consumes great quantities of early fruits and vegetables the sea son there being at its height when the first shipments from North and Eastern Texas are made Shippersthus striking a bare and open market are able to get fancy prices for their products Fruit and vegetable grow ers associations have been formed at all of theimportant shipping points along the Cot ton Belt Route These associations have been sothorough ly organized that growers of truck and fruit do not have to look for a market nor they at the mercy of the midI dlemen These associations keep constantly in touch with the commission men to whom they ship direct and thus they are able to regulate their ship ments so as to reach the markets at the mosfcfavorable timeNot only are the conditions for marketing favorable but enormous yields of peaches tomatoes pears berries and garden truck are invariably secured The quality of the fruit produced is second to none in America the peaches especially not yielding even to the famous California pro duct Fully 60 per cent of the orchards are set in the famous Elberta peaches whichare surpassed by none in flavor size and quality Mountain Rose St Johns and Mixon Clings are also raised with re markable success Lands in this section are rapidly being purchased and converted into orchards and gardens At Alto an immense orchard of several thousands acres has been planted by experienced fruit growers from Michigan who were quick to recognize the natural advan tages of thU country In two years this orchard will com mence the shipment of enor mous quantities of fruit Notwithstanding the rapidi ty with which the land is be ing taken up much desirable land can still be obtained for from 250 to 1000 per acre Persons interested in fruit and truck growing or wish ing to embark in thatindustry will be cheerfully furnished additional information if they will write to E W LaBeaume G P T A St Louis Mo or and representative of the Cotton Belt Route oWhen a girl giggles atevery fool remark a man makes she either has pretty teeth or an empty head What a relief it would be if musicians were born instead of being made by practice Happy is the man who can forget all the mean things he knows about himself STARTLED By some sudden sound she drops the andmaya richwoman enn Iindulgein has cost many a woman her sition Sometimes when wom en run machinery the price of nervousness is mutilation a perhapshand crushed Nervousness in women is commonly but a symptom of diseaseIt todoctorn nerves alone Cure the diseases thedelicate lyorganism and willbeDr Pierces Prescription weak women strong regularitydriesweakenjngaht matioa and ulceration aad cures fcfeale andInducestroubZedwlUinevOianeu ofSalatryyrsvorrescrfpuon t Ootinned of KediOtIDLSCovetyorthe acar hadJpilHii nko Iiiaanddy Th Youths Companion Cal= endar Free The publishers of The Youths Companion are Rending free to new subscribers to the paper for 1903 a yery handsome Calendar lithographed in twelve colors with a border embossed in gold The exquisite home scene which forms the principal feature of the Calendar is suitable for framing The Calendaris sold to nonsub scribers for fifty cents but to new subscribers for 1903 it- si sent free with all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1902 the paper then being sent for a full year to January 1904 THE YOUTHS COMPANIONBoston 144 Berkeley Street One Minute Cough Cure- Is the only harmless cough cure that gives quick relief Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis whooping cough pneumonia asthma lagrippe and all throat chest and lung troubles I got soaked by rain says Uertrnde E Fen ner Muncie Ind and contracted a rapidlyommended One Minute Cough Cure The first bottle brought relief several cured ns I sin back to my ola weight 148 lbs Oue Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieves the cough at once draws out inflammation cures cnronp An Ideal remedy for children 1m Late Literary News To bring a sketch of John Milton within the compass of a single hour seems much like attempting the feat describ ed by Jules Verne of making the journey round the world in eighty daysand indeed there are very few authors capable of adding anything new or interesting to the sto ry of Miltons life and work The late Professor Fiske however brings to the task his characteristic broadnes of view and lucidity of eXPQsi tion and The Cosmopolitan is fortunate in being able to in clude in its November num ber a paper on the great poet left unpublished at the time of Professor Fiskes death If you are billions and seeking advisers Take DeWitts Little Early Risers lust before going to bed You will find on the morrow You are rid of your sorrow Thats all just enough said These famous pills do not gripe but move the bowels gently and easily cleansing the liver Their tonic effect preventIngChased and Refined At a recent police court sitting a man was fined 40 shillings and costs for assaulting a policeman Considering himself a much injured man on reaching the door he began abusing the magistrate in very violent language The magistrate sent an officer af ter him and the delinquent found himself once more in the dock and fined again for contempt of court My man if you had been more chaste and refined in your language said the magistrate you would not have been chased and re flnedLonclon TitBitsu n Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva Ohio had the piles for forty years Doctors anti dollars could do him no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazd Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacreations ec zema tetter faIt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name De Witt on the packageall others are cheap worthless counterfeits 1m Remarkable Surgical Case A few days ago a Miss Deathwas brought to the German Hospital to be oper ated upon for appendicitis She was a daughter she said of an undertaker The surgeons name who was chosen to perform the operation was D y eD r Frank Hackett Dye When the operation was over Miss Death was placed in charge of two nurses Miss Payne is the day nurse Miss Grone isthenightnurse The patient is recovering rapidly and in a week or so Miss Death will bid goodbye to Dr Dye MisS Payne and Miss Grone A Clergymans Slip of The Tongue A clergyman hurriedly entered a railway station topur sue a journey and hearing the bells ringing to announce the hastilyhanded porter near by Herushed to get his ticket and then ran on to the platform Any luggage sir in quired the guard ragbreathlessly gyman x thelroofaiwayshalf A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of walls Great Dis covery cures all nd bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes Bemiaal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and nil Irregularities of the kidneys and b1aikr In men and women regulates bladder troubles drugistwill1 One small bottle is two months treatment and will cam any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box G20 St Louis Mo drugJdstsRichmond Ky READ ruEs Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Hall Great Discov ery for kidney and bhdder trouble I usIngitfeel better than I have years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4drc ly Joint A BIDDEE Health and Beauty Fever blisters can begotten rid of by the use of powdered alum A mixture of lanolin and sweet oil is the best cure for chapped skin either onadults or babies For bronchitis 11take the dried leaves of common mul lein plant powder and smoke in a clay pipe bestIpossesses but little odor of its own It may be clipped into pieces and kept on the dress ing table for occasionajorco- nstantuse It is said also that a bit of myrrh or burnt alum taken at night will an swer the same purpose Liquid Carbolic acid one half drachm to four ounces of iodine will prevent the discoloration of the skin A trThis signature Is on every bor of the genuine Laxative BromoQuinine TaWeu the remedy that cnrcs a coltS In one dny Comparions Wisdom is to the mind as health is to the body Grace is to the bodvas good sense is to the mind Heredity is to the race as memory is to the individual One of the curiosities of Brazil is a tree whose wood and bark contain so much sil ica that they are used by pot ters Both wood and bark are burned and the ashes are pul verized and mixed in equal proportions with clay produce ing a very superior tree grows to a heighthjof one hundred feet but does notes ceed a foot in diameter The fresh bark cuts liIcesandstone and when dried htobrittle and hard Luck in Thirteen By sending 13 miles Win Spirey of Walton Furnace Vt got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly lrgNothingbruises felons ulcers eruptions boils burns corns and piles Only 25c Guaranteed by Perry d Thomas drug gists 1m Pneumatic tubes are used for carrying mail between Paris and Berlin A letter dropped in a box in Paris can be delivered in Berlin in an hour sometimes in thirty minutes The German empire has442 cities with populations be tween 10000 and 100000 A horse can travel a mile without moving more than four feet Funny isnt it Wit is said to bc thesalt of conversation yet most people prefer it fresh Take care of the children in summer in Yinter otlet em slide Some people take the gold cure for toothache A fretful woman isnothired to give lessons on the harp TO CUBE A COLD 111 ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Itfailsa on each box 25 ccnU Lexington Combination Cattle Co will hold their secondsalu of Short Horns In the Tattersaljs building on November 14 and 15 of 120 cattle con signed by the best Breeders in Central Kentucky J F JJOOK Mgr 2t Lcodngton Ky The soprano who can tril always has her music roll with her The fastidious lawyer is al ways glad to have a fashiona ble new suit- Autumn leaves Of course it does it has to b ffrewintercan comej becomingfor ball on its steepleJL ForS1kjr I offer for sale my residence on HS fe street Lot is 90x220 f ithi now ta bulldiagsHoaoil all ia wod repair aIM will be old at awiJt lrl Zk tu Cc- wi1j f u Notice Qt Maarr Eecttea At a called meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee a quo ruh being present it is ordered 1st That a primary election be held the122nda cCircuit Clerk of Madison county to be voted for at the general in 1903 A poll will be opened at six oclock a m and closed at four oclock p mon the said 22 of November in each ofthe legally established voting preciBcts in Madison at the usual voting places inlaid precincfst2nd That on or oclock noon on the 7th day of Novem Jar 1002 each expecting to be come a candidate in said primary shall deposit with W It Shackelford Treasurer the sum oCI50 to be used for the purpose of defraying expenses of said primary election and any per son g said deposit on or before twelve oclock noon November 7th 1002 shall be ineligible to be voted for at said primary election If the amount deposited should be deemed Insufficient to meet the ex pense the committee shall compel th e candidates qualifying to contribute pro rata the necessary amount 3rU Each candidate qualifying for eaid election shall not later than November 7th 1902 submit to the Dem ocratic Committee a list of election officers for each voting place in the countytshall be held under the law governing such 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 be legal voters at the November elec tion 1903 who pledge themselves to sup port the nominee of this primary primary6thpublished in the Kentucky Register and in the Richmond CLUIAX and shall be posted at twentyfour couspicions in the county one In each vot lug precinct and on the Court House door 11 Richmond Kentucky forty days before the said 22nd of November 1902 7th The County Curt Clerk is di rected to prepare for this primary as required by law not later than the 10th day of November 1902 JOliN B CnEUULT oct 1U Chairman Dem Com Loibii Atlantic BiHmi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraaillesLawrenceburg She ailpmandFor Irrlne iMam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Lonlsrllle Lexington and I llMamCincinnati slCr m pmFromC M BROWNING Gen Mgr yRAVootumSARichmond Ky Let us make that old suit look like new by new process STOUFFER ti MAULER Tailors Public Sale Having decided to leave the county I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder o- nTuesday Nov 18th about the hour of 1030 a m my farm containing 206 acres situated on the waters of Sil VKyStation convenient to schools churchesand mill and 20 minutes ride on L N R R from Richmond This land will be sold in two tracts First tract con taining 122 acres lying on north side of All neces sary outbuildings in firstclass repairand a fine stock barn costing over 2000 Also two fine orchards in full bearing This is one of the fertihfarmsTRACT NO 2 contains 85 acres and is in grass and corn finely watered and with good house- I will at the same time sell 20 acres of corn in shock and 100000 hard brick and a lot of nice cut stone Anyone desiring to see farm will find man on permises 1Terms liberal and made day of sale This land will be sold separately and then as a whole with the privilege of accepting the bid realizing most money addressGeo D White KyTCheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Burlington Route will renew the everydayduringto Montana Idaho Washington Ore gon and California such as 30 from St fromMissouriPortland and Puget Sound territory toSpokaneDistrict The Burlington Route and entireWestmain travelled road through the West The maps show TouristRates andSeptember roundtripand Pueblo aa21 from St Louis 15 fromChicagoperiods only one fare plus 2 Ask nearest ticket agent for details Homeseekers Excursions tSeptemberNorthwestSound darm1 limit ttlcketagenlwritelet or yououryos WM SlAW L P 433 Virus Strwt Clnelnaatll Wile Ie M LEVEY Seleralrilol Louie MB WMHIEY Sal rWr Afent y kLseisMg i1c MdoIDyspepsia Digests what you eat Tola contains all of the dlgestanta and digests all kinds of food Itglves instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food yOu want The moat senaltlva stomachs am take it By J ts use many thousands of dyspeptics have beea cured after every thing failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive oa it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Gwres aril stissaktribkreix- iredP onlj by E DsWirc Co Ohlcaga costalssTh U eSOcaiM For sale by Perry Thomas Gas Redaction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It lisa been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it hits determined to allow a dincount of 25c per 1000 feet on Illu minating gns furnished on and after Dee 1901 thereby reducing the net of from 200 to 175 givenhatpayhismonth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penally withont ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec14 tf +++ CALL AT + +JONES JIERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating cle rs Qcsulae Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap tSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Soda Pop is a purely temper ance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil Catron are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrices Cecil Catron Junction City Ky For Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of tho following judgments 26George 00N10Vm28FerdinandRoot W Owen LoaUvil e Ii 00 R J Durrett Preston fit road Jefferson county Xy 60 Austin Uockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D 0 7my6t Jem One Eye May Be Alright thedofetTected by Jlassesof suitable strength the sound eye will ascertaintheare free and the prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone securing just GoldFillednew ntyle Finch eye glass T4A Robinson Optician and Jeweler KyArmersold IIAint You Got NoHomeOr not satisfied haveDochange Then take advantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekees or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R CTHwrWs Fair UM To the itts1a 5sqhiIst thirdTuedayspfto and iniluding April21st 19034 A K US RATES 3u J irwin G P A G oL T P A Iulm K- yiiiu G 2o PER OF CENT ON STOVES II 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Weboughtcan save you the advance in prices and the freight fo r I f tj WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Great Majestic Range Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and You cant afford to buy a stove of any description bt fore us Wecananyone HARDWARE==OUR LINE OF Farming Implements Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow the only perfect Disc Plow made Its RightIs Runs Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pa you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Repairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmon 20 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 A Beautiful Home Fj LIs a Womans Delight And our business is to supply tho L I r I Furniture andqcity andOdded oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron andTablesline of r Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts jjt RICHMOND BWMy KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burn Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was re cently destroyed by fire I willoffer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are t damaged in the least and these bargains are without a paraE in this city EVERYTHINGIn the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe everyth1isCome at once and see for the that a stockGoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE ADOBROWSKY Pro First St Opposite Court House Ga- teRichmond Ki Gifts For The Holiday Season WE HAVE THEM The finest Msortment of appropriate gOOdS for 0 lO storegiFrench Open GIMMC A b sde ome useful pair for us 750 a Victor BQgaertMAM1F ACTUNQjEtVELER 4Np IMPORTER ltl wnSTj i j o LEXINGTON K QIIrlf N FairDeeUBgj 1DoUolD lrlces u t- tjc s