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I 4w j c 4THE RICH1iOND CLIMAX== p- cIfOLTJME29 r I t t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1902 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 needfularticles II I Tea lOcPad COlUucberanti table Bpoenp 1U and IBc Galvanized wash tubs 50 to GOef Corrugated galvanized coal hods 35c 2qt granite rice boiler 70c 9 qt tin buckets lOc Coal oil cans 10 to 20c Wooilen spoons 60 z I SemiPorceliau plates per set 35c Meat dishes 10 to 40c China cups and saucers COo And ofJardiniereFlower Pots Everything is Cheap at The Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIX STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blanton T DEALER IN CotvFeed Salt sdtffi Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetstyr Phone 85 er Big lull Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippersof I Alnite CoalI + +4 t+ ++ + + + ++++ +++++++ + ++++ + ++ r 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary 4 J i gratE without any attention t f t = IWhat You Stove Need m Whats the use running mk by buying common stoves when we ou with the best tbc market affords AirighVfldia1rr lJbUd sWilIaIrpriBO you when it comes small fuel bills and good service Wo liava in stock ncr load of m Hickory Wagons the most reliable farm wagons in existence Our line of IsV nt iIJ i JJ t 1IiiJ 5 1crk Ua In erercpar men ls complete anti you can save money by trading with us Oho us your onler for Itofing and Ontteilnir Satisfaction guaranteed Respe- ctfullyTAYLOR JRQSI IAutumn Opening Sale ofcv FUIN11URELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine in Iron Beds B RociTl ltsJDining Room andt t4jrc 0 Kitchen Furniture t f t tI Jf r We guaranteed save you noney W ecordially invite our country frietfd fcr call make our store their headquarters fIt fA I L111kJ f please OursucceBS depends upon it and the rca soliable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Matt I gs and Carpets in Our Ii tuje DcparLment LS JtraminiiatIy O neWest Jmru sa way cariedig J 4 delS JOPLIN Phone lhr66 47RICHMOND KY T1 J t N SPIeC jj w arUp a I LU ji F iO The Cost of Living i jr Bd dstreets index numbers show that the tariff made trusts are still advancing sta pIe prices although food crops Septembvan qd while 25 were lessened unchangedThea potatoesbacco and 26 more staples were increased It is esti liyingibvthe trusts this year fully 10 per cent over that of last year J3he present index num ber of Bradstreet is the highest reached since October 1900 Since 1896 the cost of living has been increased fully 40 Dingleyhightarilt that they have advanced wages proportionately The hollownessof this claim is ap parent to any wage earner and no argument is needed Low prices say the tariff and trustorgans make hard times but the trouble is they or their associates in the Ding iejrTobbery scheme want high prices for products and low salaries for wageearners Wages in short have not been advanced 40 per cent since 1896 although products have been Wages in other words are lower than they were in 1896 because Dingleyism on products outpaces them Dull as times wereinl896 the wage earners were getting higher than they do now simply be cause the greed of the tariff created trusts has advanced prices of articles and is hold i ifthem firmly up despite the great harvests of the present year Birmingham AgeHer ald Startling fut True If every oneinew what a grand medicine Pr Kings New Life Pills is writes D Turner Deinpseytown Pa youd sell all you have in a day Two weeks use has made a new man of me 8t9mnchandThomas drug store lui Following Instructions At the Roosevelt Hospital the other morning a poor wo man came to the clinic She was suffering greatly so the- doctor admiriigoorer1 emetic at once Then he sent her home with tbe warning that her stomach was in a bad con dition and thatshe should diet s Later jajlittle girl appeared afcjtue5nearesti arug store ask ing for dye stuff What color asked the clerk I dont know answered the childBut you must have some preference said the obliging salesman te Sntee6nly5SliSolc tier tiead in resbnser JotL vf C TIT WiT yoiTtake blue Yes I guess so The clerk determined to ferret out the cause of such unusual indifference asked What are you going to use the dyJif9r little girl I She answered my mamma rhadapain in herstomach and tfce doctor at the big hospital said she must dye jt Z f v BEAUTY TRIUMPHS Tia a PrIceThaYraMWB- eauty is wonians greatest charm The worM adores beautiful women A pretty woman dreads maternity forfearof losing this power What can be done to Ierietu- at the race and keep women beautiful Tliereia a balm used cultured andim cultured women in the crisis Husbands should investigate this remedy in ordei to reassure wives as to the ease with which children can beboru aad beauty of form and figure retained pothers Friendthis oeparatJkm kjioi It dunUsbes the pain to rihood Used throug4 itpitr3ieves morning sickness lures sore fee Mathakes alt tepdoes called upon to hold the expanding burdea Muscles soften and relax ittfmflm trice and the patient anticipates favorably the issue In the bestowea Motlwrf Frkad is 11 1meUt for ex ternal application nis gentlyrubbed over the parts so g absorbed lubricates all the iauscles p VrOgibt6Cll itjor r bottle You gaave eNnJ1W MRdt a miv u- THE OLD RELIABLE O 4 b4KI G- POWDER Ab8olufelyPure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Sees The End of The Game v To the average spectator tbe game of foot ball seems to be largely a free fight with no other restrictions than thatof time They see a wild scramble a pyramid of legs and arms and then the limping away Of those whose injuries are comparatively light with gravelyit is difficult to determine whether there are prohibited ways of carrying on the con flict although the absence of clubs must have been noted by intelligent observers n seems there are rules of foot ball which limit the methods by which players may be dis abled or slain and thatwounds and death are merely inciden tal to the play and not themselves an object as sometimes appears At Yonkers how ever on Saturday last Matthew Jenkins was asked to serve as full back on a team whichwas shorta man Matthew threw himself into an Indian game where a player David Smith of the opening team with the ball and run ning for the goal Matthew drew his knife and just as Smith was about to cross the line stabbed him in the back and saved the day There is a parallel to this in an Indian game where a player was with difficulty prevented from shooting another who was tio fleet to be overtaken Tlie use of any other weapon than heels and elbows must soon be fatal to foot ball Once players should beallowed to strike opponent down with clubs and to shoot and stab them the game would soon degener ate into mere war Even as suming that the casualties amQng the players should not be more severe and numerous than at present the danger to the spectators would be the doom of loot ball The fact should be i more widely promulgated that majhem or murder is rot the legitimate object to the playersLex ington Democrat A Thanksgiving Dinner Heavy eating Is usually the frst cause of indigestion Repeatedat tacfcs inflame the mucous membranes lining the stomach exposes the nerves of the stomach producing a swelling after eating heart burn headache sour risings and finally catarrh of the stem aclu Kodol relieves the inflammation protects the nerves and cures the ca tarrh Jtodol cures indigestion psiarnll stomach troubles by cJealls- In and sweetening the glands of the stomach Ini Duty of Democracy The part as dipartv needs t haul in sail and to keep before the wind It has ben understanding too much and thus by doing nothing dis crediting itself One cannot be a pilot and a surgeon atqine iforDemocsocialism on the one hand rfhd expediency on the other hajid To ally tradition with prjpg ress to identify expansion with freedom to cleanse lihe Augean stables by a procijss of evolution not revolution and to hold the money fer with bounds without impiir ing the public xjrediC and Bor der these are the lessens Democrats have thseb m selves andto learn andadjwe master them and put them in practice shall w coplirm usefulness as a national forjee and recoverHhe power which a fatuous blind C9 y threw away te1cf nal icCrematories for the ic tion of animals which hve died from infections and c MI nDerected in sey rt parts of SI- lesia It 0 r Homely Men There was l Y9lW contest- in Chatham N Y The effort was not to discqyer a prize baby or the winsoraeat girl but to trace to his lair the homeliest man says the St Paul News Charles H Hurlbutwon by thirty votes He Iroodedoer it until he became temporarily insane andmade an attack on his father wounding the old man seriously No man likes to feel that he resembles a singing cat or that his personal appearance is so different from thatof his fellows as to make him a shining mark But pefsonal beauty is a feminine characteristic It means much in a woman and toa man is almost a draw backIf he is extraordinarily goodlooking he is often a vain fool Handsomefeatures gienIGo through thelistof Amer icas bigbrained men who have done things in the field of education financeand commerce Youll find men like Hadley of Yale Tom Reed the ex Speaker who now garners thousands every year as a New York lawyer Roosevelt President of the United States who wouldnt take a prize at a beauty show if it ran 100 3ears and thousands morebut no pretty men The Adonislike fellows seldom go beyond the scented note matineeidol stage The man who is equipped with a plain face should study the pictures of the great men of the world and find new courage A Startling Surprise Very few could believe in looking at AT Ijoadley a healthy robust black smith of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change followed his taking Electric Jitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writtS and I have not felt a twinge in over a year They regulate the Kidneys purify the blood and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervousness improve di gestion and give perfect health Try them Only 60cts at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Rules for Right Living For the man and woman whether young or old who wishes health which means happiness the following simple rules were gathered Pin them jup where you will see them But do not let that be all you do Read them again and again and bestof all act upon them Eight hours sleep Sleep on your right side Keep your bedrb in window open all night Have a mat to your bed room door Do notiave your bedstead against the wall No cold water in the morn ing but a bath at the temper ture of the body Exercise before breakfast Eat little meat and see that it is well cooked For adults drink no milk Eat plenty of fat to feed the cells which destroy disease germsAvoid intoxicants which de stroy those cells Daily exercise in the open air Allow no pet animal inyour living rooms they are likely to carry about disease germs Live in the Country if you canWatch the three Ds drink ing water damp drains Take frequent and short holidays Limit your ambition Keep your temper Asleep Amid Flames Breaking into a blazing home some firemeu lately dragged the sleeping in mates from death Fancied security and death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do it Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption gives perfect protection against all throat Chest and Lung troubles Keep it near and avoid suf fering death and doctor bills A tea spoonful stops ft late cough persistent use the most stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by Perry Ii Thomas druggists Price 60c nod t Trial bottles free 1m The boy who is always asj clean as his mother wants him to be remarked the large waisted philosopher may turn out all right but prece lent isagaiusthimIndian apolis News When you boijrow trouble thereis usually the devil to PaY a J i The Best Christmas Gift for So Little Money There is no present so rea sonable in price that will give so much lasting pleasure as a years subscription to The Youths Companion There will be fifty two is sues of the paper during 1903 and among the con tents of this new volume will be 6 serial stories each a book in itself reflecting American life in home camp and field 50 special articles contributedby famous men sine women statesmen tras elers essay ists and scientists 200 thoughtful and timely editori al articles on important pub lic and domestic questions 250 short stories by the best of living storywritersstories- of character stories ofachieve ment stories of humor 1000 short notes on current events and discoveries in the field of science and natural history 2000 bright and amusing anecdotes items of strange and curious knowledge poems and sketchesAnd do notinclude the weekly articleon the care of the health the childrens page and other features of in terest A full illustrated Prospectus of The Companions 1903 volume will be sent with sample copiesQf the paper to any address free Those who subscribe at once for 1903 sending 175 will receive all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 3902 from the time of subscription free also the Companion Calendar for 1903 lithographed in twelve colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANIONBoston 144 Berkeley Street Tetter SaU Ithcum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad oases have been permanently cured by it It is equally itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblain frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Ir C Condition Powders are just whata 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 horso in prime condition Prire 25 3ents per package The state of Georgia paid last year 858000 for pensions to Confederate soldiers Ac cording to the popnlation and wealth of the state this is reaching along toward the pro po rtional am ount of the United States pension roll In his message to the legislature Gov Candler says This amount will increase rather than diminish This act of generosity is a remarkable testimonial of the fidelity of the states tothememoryof citizens who fought for a lost cause But the Georgia sol dier does not seem to have been of the right stuff or he would not need so much now For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lu cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Oo tl It takes tho constant labor of 601110 people to makematihes forlho world 1 Have hatfoocasiOft lo me your WaekDfaujiht Stepk and bouNty Mtdl cIncandmplta54tOUythIsevsrue4 goo4 satisfaction I heartily receffU muid K to all ew9rs of stock J saSMEK St LeW M Sickstock orJlpoultryshouldnot cat cheap atec any more side persons should erpect to be cued by When your stock attdpoultry16ick tlieht mw them1viiliW less stock foods Unload the bowels and atirip fOlPld Irer and the postbleand Poultry Misdicine toatoada the lirerIttaken in time Secure a25cent CM poultryXedicithneiover rsworketter Cows give Biore milk gain flesh bQ hens JaYmfteggs solves the ttheunieil Buy a1nfrou1Soiirdeer NUMBER DONT BUY A BUGGY Nor a Depot Wagont nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE ALL THAT IS BEST IN VEHICLES EVERY JOB BEARS FULLEST GUARANTEE eet eaTa DOT 5 ot1OTtsot 1TOQ cr Busy Bee Cash Store THE RUSHCAT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE thirty going enormous flLWAYS IN THE MARKET And the nes in Mpnte Carlo Jackets boughtandI patternstheold stuff costs you elsewhere BeeCarpetsalwaysgetThanking for past patron age and extending to you a cordial invitation to visit us we are very respectfully w D Bee Cash Store GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky NEW II II OF THEM AND ALL DAILY No SUPERB SERVICE QUICK TIME Cars Parlor Observation Dining Cars For Rates Time of Tralu or tor Inforauiba call oo nearest ticket neat or Mint 0 P Central Pcuungtr Jgcnr CINCINNATI O Rotary OLDHAM EQUIPMENT Fast Scheduled Trains SINbuis 113 Additional ChargeF- OR COACHESPullman McCAPTY STANDARD Shuttle A aTumuD owe LOCK AND CUAINSTITCI TWO MACHINES IN ONE Itninry Shuttle Sewing JlnehttTHC Mike lock and chain Two machines In one Rnn as silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethtf lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Fame time and labor OnrStandard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball Lea rintrs Is the grandest machine ever offered to the public Fore cheaper machine a New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money WTe nlso kmnufact ure apCallbsconviced ARBUCKLE SIMMONS SHio Jtkkmo d Ky The various countries of the world use 13400 different kinds of poata- eitiip r I 11 6 Has been enormous for the last twenty or days and the new Fall Stuff has been out in quantities but the ener getic buyers for the Great Bargain Mart are styles you 3 rSewing Machine Standard stitch co Busy Grand Opening Of- FcfJlJlIl STlJii1fi1lJ1gs Largest line of Fall Suitings and Overcoating ever opened in Central Kentucky from which we make to order and guarantee a fit either Suit 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 P SWe haAe added TAILORS a cleaning and pressing department and cap serve you on short notice 1- s2GTJOUGTIO 1 Having decided to close out my busines- sI will begin today to sell a- tAUCTION everything in my store This of goods which is complete is composed of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps and Gents Furnishing Goods and can now be purchased at your own price We realize the great loss that is sure to be the result of an auction salebut- as stated above these goods must go at once if not at my prlceat your own Auction begins today at 10 oclock and willcontinue until every article is sold In this sale I will also sell my household and kitchen furniture and all the fixtures in my storeroom LOUIS ISAACSONI FIRST STREET TheQmaxisonIyt J f Jirlj JfjteIfyietllIf EtL tV ITTH 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT Pretident A D MILLER Manager HOBTS CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY NOV 19 1902 rDBUSUKUXVKBr WBDXKSBAX BY tfhQ Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Ot Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are requested to announce UOY C WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN II JIRECK as a candidate for Clerk of tho Madl sun Circuit Court snoject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination fur Cleric of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party Hoping that many friends in the past will larorably consider any claim that I may hare to the nomination it Dom inated I promise to use all honorable means to CUre my election and if elected to endeayor as have in the past to faithfully discharge ny dutlea at Clerk Thanking the people for put and future favors I am Respectfully 8 u TIlE informal dinner and smoker given to its nonresi dent and honorary members by the Louisville Commercial Club last Saturdty night was enjoyable far beyond the expectations of those who attended The good things fur nished for the innerman were all that could be wished for The toastmasters speech of welcome at once made every guess feel at ease and all the speeches that followed were such as to inspire push and enterprise in the minds of everyone present The spirit there exhibited is sure to take hold on the people of Ken tucky and we have no doubt but that as a result they will throw off the restrictions now hindering their development by reason of certain clauses in the present constitution and will also arouse them selves to their duty ofmaking a creditable exhibit of the States resources and products at the St Louis Exposi tion The Louisville Commercial Club has started a good work and the CLIMAX says heres to you with a helping hand RICHMOND has two opera houses and we understand each has a show every night As the hustling city was never known to be sheImight lend us one of em until Lancaster capitalists wake up and build another Lan caster Record You are right we have giv en away some good things but have lots left so come along and if you dont see what you want ask for it Gov BECKHAM hopes to pay out by Christmas all the money due the soldiers of the First Second and Third Ken tucky llegiments for services before they were mustered in to the army during the Span ishAmerican war The work of signing the checks is to be gin at once and paymasters will be sent out to settle with the soldiers CFBnMCo LEXINGTON KY d Ever Traveling Upwards There is a healthy and substantial growth in this ston The bust ness of every department is on the increase are exerting youlheour stocks is one of the influen regularcustomers here every weekday One of the great points of thia store that we emphatically insist onIs not to sacrifice quality for price tin other is to make the price at the lowest possible point consistent with satisfactory goods In our dealing with you satisfaction is paramount with us This is the store that protects your hi terests faithfully and consden tiously Remember Quality for Quality we will Guarantee our Prices Lower than any Competitors Will You Look Now ti J q CFBroweilCo WAIN AND BR01DWA LJCDNQTON JeT PERSONAL Mrs Maria Lynn is visiting in Mt Sterling Captain S FKoctspent Mpuday in Prmikfort Mr Charles Oulton is hunting quail in the mountains Mr John Rock spent several Java in Cincinnati last week Dr L J Frazee of Lexington spent Saturday in our city Ms Clark Kellogg and daughter are visiting in Lexington Miss Mary Little is at home from a visit to MissHarvey in Louisville Dr W W Bnrjrin and wife have returned from a visit to Crab Orchard Mr W L Luxon Jr went up to London Saturday for a few days hunt Miss Patsy Letton of ParIs is the guest of her sister Mrs R A Wool urns v r MrS T T Coviugton attended the Saufley Engleman wedding In Stanford IMrs Dudley Tribble and daughter Miss Bessie were in Lexington Thurs dayMr Herbert Jones was the guest of lila sister Miss Bessie Jones last Sun dayMr Mat Hacker and family of Irvine spent Sunday with relatives here Mra J It Davis of Campbellsville is visiting her mother Mrs A M WhiteDr S Price of Philadelphia is the guest of Dr and Mrs C H Vanght Mrs Mary Maddox will leave today for an extended visit in Jacksonville Florida Mrs J W Cole and children of Huntington W Va are visiting rela Lives here Miss Hamilton of Texas Is the guest of Mrs V II Hobson on West Main street Messrs A D Miller Neale Ander son and W C Miller are in Estill county hunting Mrs David Myers was the guest of her sister Mrs Maggie iarra in Nich olasville last week Mr and Mrs Claude Smith are in Irvine where Air Smith has a job of tin work on hand Mrs John R Pates was confined to her room last week with a severe at tack of tousilitis Miss Kate Hunt who has been the guest of Miss Mary Evans has return ed to her home in Winchester MrsJula Arnold Johnson of Gar rard county is on a visit to her moth er Mrs Arnold on High street Mr George White has been In Danville and surroundingconnties looking xt farms with a view to locating Mrs Louise Elgin of Georgetown will spend ThanKsgiving with her daughter Mrs Horace G Turner Mrs Rico Johnson of Pineville has returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs Thos Samuels on Third street Federal Clerk Joseph Finnell Mar shal Sharp and Deputy Marshal Orr were up from Covington attending Federal Court Miss Josephine Logan has returned home after a deligt ol visit to friends In Danville liichmond and Lexington Shelby News The married peoples euchre club was most delichtfully entertained on Monday evening bv Dr and Mrs Clarence H Vaught Messrs B H Luxon G W Pickels and T J Moberly are in Cincinnati attending the convention of Vehicle Implement and Harness Dealers Mrs Anne Walters who has been in Louisville for some time being treated for stomach trouble has return ed homc very much improved- Mr Will Green formerly of this place but who has been making his home in lluntlnJtton West Virginia is on a visit to relatives here in the county Mr Frasa of Garrard county was called to the bedside of his son Mr Herman Frasa who continues quite ill at his home on the Summit Mrs Glasecock Hull has been in Richmond several days with the view of working up a minstrel for the benefit of the Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs S Neville Moberly returned home the last of the week from Lex- Ington accompanied by Miss Harriett Darnall who will bo her guest for several days- Mr Harry Scrivner and wife of Es till county will artive today to make Richmond their home They will take rooms in the old Garnett House temporarilyJudge C Chenault left yester day for Brush Creek to look after his interests there Wo suspect he will al so take a shot or two at the Hob Whites in that section Colonelffii hard T Gentiyand wife of Kansas wbojhavebecn visiting Mr and Mrs A T Chenault and relatives in other parts of the State left last Thursday for their home Mr Thomas H Pickels will be one of the groomsmen at the wedding of Miss Lucy Taggart Wakefield to Mr Charles Nulligate McMakin which will occur in Shelbyville on the 26th of this month Mr and Mrs Beatty Middelton cele brated the eighth anniversary of their marriage with a delightful six oclock dinner on last Friday evening Those who partook of the delicious menu and enjoyed the hospitality of Mr Middelton and his charming wife were Mr and lrsR C Stockton Mr and Mrs T J Smith Jr Mr and Mrs George Evans Jr Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin Mr T J Moberly and Miss Julia Higgins Mr and Mrs C D Chenault of Lex ington have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Kit Chen ault to Mr Harrison Sirnrall of Lex ington the wedding to occur on the evening of December 17th This news willcome as a pleasant surprise to Richmond where Mr Chenault and family are so well known in fact have always lived until lately Miss Chen ault is the third daughter this family Of handsome daughters and baa moat charming manners the has become quite a favorite in Lexington society during her short stay there Her fiance is one of the best known young mea both ia social aNd business cir fOtaBoard of Education and Is also Interested in Insurance business The CLIMAX joins in with a hoet offrtauk in extending cofigratultloas in ad vance Dont fail to see Howard Kvle in the superb play JftHa Bate At the Grand Opera ilpsie Friday pvwilajr NO lfl r J rovcrhsU When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny J c a sample free Be sure that thb picture in the form of a libtl is on the of every bottle et Emulsion yon buy SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y sx and xoo all druggtst RELIGIOUS Dr E L Powell of Louisville one of the most prominent ministers of the Christain church will soon spend some time on the Lyceum Platform lecturing on Christian citizenship in the Republic Dr powell is well known here where he has preached a number of times as well as addressed the graduating class of Madison Insti tute at one or two commencements His many admirers here will wish him much success in his new effort MATRIMONIALB0OIEHAZLMr and Miss Mary Hall were married in this city Thursday Judge N B Turpin officiating DEATHS RICIIiRDSMrS Fannie Shearer Richardsjiied at tier home on West Main street Monday atter a lingering illness Besides her husband Mr Fil more Richards she leave a large family of children to mourn her loss Her funtral will take place this morning at nine oclock at the Christian church after which her remains will be taken to the Shearer burying ground near Ford for interment The family has the sympathy of all in their loss of a loving wife and mother The federal Coart The November term of the United States court adjourned Saturday after noon It was the longest term that has been held since the court was estab lished here and a great deal of busi ness was transacted during the week The Grand Jury returned twenty three indictments Twentyone pris oners were convicted for violations of the reverue laws and their sentences were from one to twelve months In the MaJison county jail with fines of 500 each In most cases the flues were suspendedThe in the case of R B Combs and Levi Metcalf gave Combs 25 for two and a half acres of land and 175 damages and Metcalf 1088 for 17 acres of land and 362 damages In the case of John Deshons ad ministrator againt the C N 0 T P railroad the Judge gave peremptory in structions to find for the defendant Deshon was killed by a train at High Bridge a year ago The plantlff was represented by Judge Harding of Dan ville and the Defendant Jjy Mr Gal yin of Covington and Hon J A Sul livan of this city Oood Roads Netting The meeting of the Kentucky Good Roads Association convened in Lexington yesterday with about eight bun dred delegates present who were appointed by the county Judges and Mayors of the State The meeting is one of the most important ever held In Kentucky in the interest of good roads The movement has recently received a decided impetus and tho outlook for better roads is bright MrJC Van Pelt secretary of the association says interest is growing all the time and is surpassing the expectations of the most sanguine advocates of better roads Plans for the Improvement of the thoroughfares of the State will be dis cussed at the meeting and it is likely that a committee will be appointed to seek assistance from the next Legisla ture Papers will also be read by men who have taken an interest in road buildingThe ates representing Madison county are Judge J L Gay Judge N B Turpiiu S E Welch Jr Joe Bur dette Prof S C Mason George White H S Morgan J Tevls Cobb C L Searcy W A Johnson and D T Bo gieThose representing the city ore as followsRichmondMayor DR Tevis the Hon J B McCreary J Tevls Cobb W S Moberley T T Coviogton Judge E C Million Waller Bennett W L Arnold JB Collins W L Leeds DB Shacke ford C T Wells OE BalesJMews tills We offer One Hundred Dollars Be ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure 0Wesadbelievebusiness transactions and financially madebyDrunisblToJedoWholesale isleriIydruggists Toledo Ohio ad K eoe etttftwM e4 UH ys4w perOOttJeHftlil FMtil Fill wTtejM Jm 0 Dr Hobeon dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Bring in your oU suit and trousers End have them cleaned and pressed by the new process TOUFFEB MAULER Tailors C M Wiseman Son Leading Jewelers of Louisville have just gotten out a New Catalogue embracing everything In the Jewelry line If you want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas present at most reasonable prices write lor a catalogue 132 W Market Street Louisville Ky nov52mo 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 JACKSOX ROBERTS For Sate Desiring to dispose of my property and move West I otTer for sale the Shepherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and water supply and suf ficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address- S L TuDOR Proprietor septlTtf Irvine Ry GEESE WANTED Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons sep 24tf JHNEFF Richmond Kv At The Grand Opera House The recent revival of interest in things colonial has Intensified the approbation which everywhere has greet ed Howard Kyle in Clyde Fitchaplay Nathan Hale It became the fash ion last year for faculties boards of ed ucation and literary societies to invite Mr Kyle to speak upon Hale as the student and the man Thus the actor appeared last season as an orator at haifa dozen universities and before a score of high schools Friday night Noy 21 at the Grand Irresistible comedy charming ro mance and nobly inspiring tragedy characterize Clyde Fitchs Nathan Hale which Howard Kyle is presenting upon his third tour At the Grand Friday night Nov 21 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 sublime faci nation for everybody We have all kinds you will admire nt prices you will regard with furor Comie in and see the bandwork 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 tho necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years of experience give us that knowl edge tf L 31 LANE 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 1003 Parties indebted to the estate of JtV Hill will please call promptly on the undersigned and pay same without costs T C Gloesip Exor of tf J W Hill VIENNA J S Adams bought of Mr Glass of Winchester one horse for 57 Ira Mills sold to Watson Bros of Winchester thrre good heifers at 3c Mr and Mrs Grant Elkin visited relatives at Clay City during the past week Miss Sallie Tuttle of Right Angle was the pleasant guest of Miss Flora Vaughn last Sunday Clay Combs and sister Miss Bettie Mr Ira Mills and Miss Lydia Adams attended the box supper at Clay City Friday night and were the guests of Mr Grover Stringer at Walt ersvllJe SundayMiss Lydia Adams visited friends at Ruckerville and L E Junction last weekMr Joe Kerr died at his home near Ford on the Otb inst of typhoid fever aged twentyfive years The funeral was conducted by Rev Marcum at the Christian church at this place of which church he had been a faithful member for six years The remains were layed to rest in the Log Lick Cem etery The family has the sympathy of the entire community In the sad bereavement Stops tho thoCordLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 ce- ntsPublic Sale As executor of the estate of my father Geo M Will going I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder o- nzatrgiy D iacir 27 the entire stock consisting of Wall Paper Window Shades Pictures Mirrors Mouldings Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass Etc The stock can be examined by prospective buyers by undersigneqJ- and will until d te of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buyersTerms vutde known on day of sate FYL Willging- sd V zcuotp I f DrMAlE A SPECIALTY of NERVOUS DISEASES I have been especially a ooces fol In tie uwatsEt ot Hefvaus Mtemm aad OtilUrma not only cure Nerrons troubJ tut I can put 1J to 31 pounds d wright en Ii thin delicate woafl or man In Jo to 90 days I can devekp the lungaUd enlarge thc cbe5t 3 to 61nobes lu 60 to 90 days cure Splnalnt Iervcus 4lseasesol children NaCkI Ileadacbrs Chronic Constipation and Chronic Catarrh disappear forever under this ipedc treataet In addition to my own especial treatment I toe M the modem ums ot cure Medicine Air Sdeut1ficl WI etc etC This treatment Is gIven only In myOIlice and San lurinm Best of accummodatloca foroatoftowspa tlents can or write for further information IDr DeBVENI Ffcpkiu S1ee toteertO Office B19 Fourth Ave L9nftrlHt t Ky MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys DoHA VEN- t Octropathy- EiectrldtySuperbeated FREDERICK SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago J L Watson18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Special Sale of Black Dress Goods his Week Granite Cloths 56 inches wide for j regular price 50 Canvas weaves at 125 worth 175 Sioillian 50inches a superb quality at 75c sold for 1125 Whip Cords and Clay Worstedsthe best wearing material that ever wont SilkyZiberlinesspecially low prices Colored Dress Goods Newest Weaves Newest Colorings Newest FabricsNewest Ideas Fortnost among fashion favorites are Rough Cheviots Panne Ziberline Scotch Home Spun and Knickerbocker Suiting highly recommended for Tailored CrepenVolles1In Evening Shades in Liberty Satin all silk worth 125 this sale at 75c New Cloaks and Wraps THE NEWEST THINGS IN COATS SUITS SKIRTS AND WRAPS We show many new styles exclusive with us Our Tailormade Suits are 18 and up New creations in Blouse and Norfolk Shapes Separate Skirts perfect in fit 5 to 12 The real clever tImings in COATS and WRAPS this week every new idea that has been produced we can give you The Fur Sale is Importanti The value is extreme Time quality of the skins is superior The work manship the finest and best The prices are lowest ever made for dependable goods J U WATSON FURSFurs at my new store 357 West Main Street next to descriptionbutsuch that are worthy to be called Real Furs Only e My work is well known to those who have dealt with me before and to newcomers I am prepared to furdish references of the most popular ladies of Richmond I make a specialty of Remodeling Repairing and Dying old fur3 into the very latest fashions and the work is done in such an artistic way that garments look like andat most reasonable prices When in Lexington visit my new parlors and you will be convinced of the fact BERNHARD LOWENTHALPra- ctical Manufacturing Furrier TfvNext O t M zc N 4 trwrSH LIFE VHRifoNE LONG PECEL GRAND OPERA HOUSE Friday November 21 Quite Unexpected Engagement Extraordinary Third Successful Season HOWARD KYLE ptexntinrCly N than HaleA thrilling romance of reafhistoric interest An Price andII 4 sJecJ moraine at E C WiotYDrafSiflit u ir ttW The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods C Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat jY tel how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush t Of course our fundamental principles of lower prices has not W been overlooked and customers can expect the same n 4tvelvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this DeJYpartment famous in the business = WakUttg Skirts = Made of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full 1 flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra 1 v full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499 1j 34Ladies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool skirting Jt full flounce bottom finished with 4 rows of stitching top of w flounce made in pointed design finished with stitched yoke 41 effect at 499 W Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of t1 1same at 99c Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 t Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion 11 41pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom of flounce dust ruffles each 225 FailcyWaislingsc ill wool stripecctSolid colored CORDUROYS in red blue gray brown green white etc 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful 9comblnatious 99c jep i j ilk Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 98c Fancy Flannelettes in all the latest novelty patterns and colors at 81 10 and loc a yd- Ladies Purses and Wrist Bags 25 and 49c ChildrensPursea with chaln6c 1lineI OWEN McKEE c GREAT OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY Owing to the continued warm weather we are badly I OVERSTOCKED JN Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost and Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains L LOIUS GUS STRAOS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY J t Most Beautiful fJ c EI3 4T I a r n r R Line of Pall and3Vjflterrverdisplayed in can now found at my store The Best and most up to date markets in the United States have been sought with fithe result that today no 1 Dry Goods House in Central Ky can out class our vast emporium My prices as well as my line of goods wiase 11 7 The Millinery Depaftient is in every particular firstclass and you can see thebecutifulfallrstylesRby calling at call before going elsewhere SJiTHA it Z i I r Lc i 2 r J- ii i ir1r J rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE IB ice new stock of Trih Grac ri lose prices nts for IBoqiiet Flour e Richmond Climax I SESDAY NOV 19 l00 Rooms fur rent apply Mrs Sallle II rard sep JOtf I the new ad of E Dentherago Itoday8 CLIMAX I D B Shackelford Co agents for p u Airtight stoves Kanawha Salt at L R tons oct J3m p ames Murphy the noted trainer orongubred horses is dead at Lex Give us a trial on bookbinding prices are very low and work the test that can be done One bucket of coal will last twenty hours in one of D B Sbackelfords jCoai airtieht stoves II l Lancaster Record which has been JJaringeachi Thursday has made age be Issued on Friday ad 150000 hard brick for sale at 8 per isand by D C Wiggins Bro In 1atNew Opera House or grocery rvine street oct29tf The regular monthly meeting ol Ladies Missionary society of the it Presbyterian church will be held afternoon An effort is on foot to establish a e of Maccabees here for women thought there will be about twelve her members I Bring your old books and maga to theCuMAX office for first classing We have nu experienced er and guarantee satisfaction I The long looked fcr Hunting seal- Si now on in earnest much to the 4gut of lovers of such sport as well I lovers of the delicious game I See our handsome tine of samples piece goods before you buy your I snit or overcoat Prices right STOCEFER MAHLER Tailors he young people are rehearsing y day for the opera which the Elks give some time next month A Ideal of interest is being manE d Miss Enid Yandell of Louisville led sculptor is at home from Paris 7object of her return was to sub to the bozmla design for the Goebel inment Dr Lapponl a Roman and phy jn to the Pope claims that appends can Le cured without the use of knife His new euro consists main diet and massage Meat dithrF 10 cents each one gallon buckets 5 cents each e 10 cents per pound TEX CENT STORE i Next door to Government Bldg The Gynthiana Democrat one of let and newieat sheets in the has recently passed its thirty Sanniverpaiy We wish the Dem t many more yearn of prosperity Mr Walter Ilallard has purchased Ed Rowland home on Fifth street wil move his family there as soon osseesiou can be given which will ot later than December 15th E Jah Bled oe aged 133 years iftbly tim oldest man in the world last week in Ilarrodsburg He is to Lave been married fourteens and was the father of 74 cbil i Judge Turpin lies appointed At ev J Tens Cobb Hot C L Sear D r Bogie and W E Johnson as gates from this county to attend good roads convention in Losing Tlie eale on Friday and Saturday ist week under the auEpirea of the lions band of the First Presbyter Lurch was a success Over 8 was red which sum will be added to missionary fund L R Blanton is sole nt for Wilton Jellico coal J3mo MOyatersand celery atE Deatfaen JIo beThanksgiving willtaketwohousesstreet Turkey cranberries celery and all other delicacies the season E DEATJIKKACE Co Mr Richard McKee is erecting three nice cottages on Seventh street near the Catholic church PaintLIck thefirlltthifarmontajisfortyacre The extreme dry weather was broken up by a fine rain which began ear ly Monday The water question had gotten to Lo very serious cisterns in many quarters being low Mr Claude Smiths house and lot byMrsold at public auction to Mr John Masters of Valley View price paid be ing 170250 A fight occured in the DHIingham addition Saturday night between Harry Martin and Moss Davis both colored Davis is very badly cut and is in a critical condition Two women are said to bo implicated who together with Martin are in jail Mr Harry Scrivner who was operated upon for 1ppetJdicitl has so far re covered as to be removed to the home of his father on Second street Mr Scriyners case has been most success ful and it will be but a short while un til he can return to his duties at Winchester The MackFen ton company closed its weeks engagement Saturday oven ing This is one of the best companies that has vsited here in a long time Their popularity was attested by the crowds they played to eachevening and their return to our city will be gladly welcomed at anytime Louis Pilcher the well known newspaper man and former editor ot the Nicholasvillo Democrat has re turned from an extended tour through Indian Territory and Oklahoma He will take charge of the Jessamine News for several weeks 1ltring Editor Groffs absence on a trip in the South Lex ington Lender To spend 1200 annually for news paper advertising fri a town of only 5000 population seems beyond belief no doubt but nevertheless C P Cecil a Danylllo grrcorymati expends that amount lie has added so much to his busiiipss that it is now necessary for him to employ ten clerks Ho will establish a big brapcli house at JPerry ville the first of January Courier Journal On the 20th a nd 29th of this month there is to be a gathering of Educational workers at Morehead One object in view will be the dedication of Burgess Hall the new school erected by the C W B M This event is of great importance to all who are interested in the religious and educational Develops went of the Kentucky mountains Speakers of wide reputation will be present nnd a most pleasant time is in store for those who attends The InterOcean Comedy company which was the attraction three nights last week at the New Opera House played to a gootf audience each night and the popularity of this house was in no way diminished notwithstand ing the Grand was also open Manager Wiggins is most successful in obtaining good companies and the one of last week came up to the standard The singing by different members was es pecially fine and was thoroughly en joyed by all present Wanted Five or six boarders Can furnish nice rooms 4t X N Oulton For Sale Six extra niccTyearling mare mules Also pure blooded Narragansett turkeys Goblers 2 each hens 125 each P F ADAMS nov24t Waco Ky For Rent Cottage at the corner of Main and Tates Creek Avenue formerly occut pied by Mayor D It Tevis for r 5n after January J 1903 MRS GREEN CLAY Last Waminr Your taxes are past due and to save the penalty they must be settled at once This is the last so please call and settltimmediately John F Wagers nov 124t Sheriff Leave ycur order with L Deather age Co for your Thanksgiving tur key J J E Deatherase Co L Order It Now r j The TUKKEY the center of attraction at the Thanks giving table Toliettthe 1 Turkey in the market youtJh should order it now and have us choose one tbat willsuityou betrlesand derv 1 J JjTgOwiththe Ttirkey1Ve have f have have e whitest Celery land the most perfect Cran C rt fownFresh Oysters I 5 I 1 tJ itrN s Raisins dcr3 A Canned Goods in fact every t j thing for the table may beJounil at our store C 1 l ElDeatherageGot Q c rjq Xi i THE SHOE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS IEqLargest Stock In Madison County To Select Prom + The WorldsPinest + For Men is- THE HANAN SHOE This famous Shoe won first prize at the Paris Exposition as the Worlds Finest Shoe and is 7frecognized as such by well dressed men every + where Newest styles always here at 500 550 and 600 Florsheim ShoesS- v ft Justly cassed among the worlds I finest footwear Very elegant stylish and durable at 400 and 500 m Walk = Over Shoes 9 fl X Z Another prize was won at the Paris Exposition byWaIkOvers for the finest and best shoes at the price Many styles here to choose from at 350 and 400y B lt Well Shoes l m Name fits the shoeit is built well Arare combination of Style and Quality at low prices 250 to 300 = 71717F 71 Explosion On last Thursday an explosion of a dynamite occurred in the Pineville Coal Company u mine which resulted in the death of one man Robert Son thers and the serious injury of Tony Venable Well to Remember The last day of November falls on Sunday this year and for this reason the sheriff gives notice to taxpayers that the penalty of 6 per cent will be added to all taxes not paid on or before Saturday November 29 Oil Lands Leased Captain S F Rock has filed for record leases on about ton thousand acres of oil land in tho eastern pars of the State A Cincinnati capitalist is associated with him and they will proba bly begin operations about the first of the year Thems Ocr Sentiments Gentle pleaJt Is said that a man who squeezes a dollar never squeezes his wife A glance at our subscription book leads us to believe that many married women in this section are not having their ribs cracked Come in and settle and show that tils right at home Bath County Democrat Quits Football For Neinpaper Work F M Hutcheson captain of the Cen tre College football team and one of their best players resigned his cap taincy to become advertising manager of the Danville News We congratu late Mr Hutchepou on his change and believe ho will not bo 8lnggjdjqnite so much as when center rush on a ball team Change lime Trains on L N No 4 and lust lines at night run to and from Livings ton and Nos 10 and 11 to and from Stanford No change in time of these trains here except No 10 arrives from Stanford and leaves at 630 a m in stead of 620 a m Mixed train for Lancaster and Stanford leaves at 820a m instead ot 835 as at present and arrives returning at 430 p m Caught At Irvine Tpwn Mnrsluil William Heather and a deputy sheriff ot Irvine passed through here Wednesday morning with James T Griffin who is wanted in Clay county for the murder of Geo Thackor a deputy sheriff cf that coun ty Griffin was captured in Irvine TnesJay A reward of S250 had been offered for his apprehension and con viction The prisoner was taken to the London jail to await his trial Back in the Grocery Easiness Coviogton Arnold Bro have secured the services of Mr James Dykes as salesman for tho coming year Mr Dykes took his place Monday morning and his friends and former patrons are glad to see him in the harness again He knows the grocery business from end to end and knows how to please everybody He invites his friends to see him New Machinery Ordered Work on tho zinc and fluorspar mines of tho Boone Creek Mining Company near Athens has been shut down to await the arrival oi expensive pump- lug machinery which has been ordered The mines tunnel under Boone Creek and the water in the mines has been of sufficient quantity to stop work The company is controlled by Richmond capitalists and had been working both day and night shifts The machinery ordered is to cost In the neighborhood of ICOOO Two Good Entertainment The Harris Minstrel Company which was at Shepherds JlahlKirksVilbOfl November B repeated their perform anceon the night of tho tenth Both entertainments were attended by large anti zpprecitive audiences Their mu sic wbfch cou eted of piano oreTjeatm aid cornet numbers was pronounced excellent The whole copauiiiitr ta well M manager Shephard ia twy MX iqiiW tcTluve them returm Ji wilK the Ulkht1 g g i Black Eagle Killed On last Saturday Mr Jake Baxter ol Brookstown killed a large black eagle which measured six feet five inch es from tip to tip Sale Repeated The Mission Bauds of the First Presbyterian church will repeat the sale of Doll Millinery end clothing on Saturday morning at Higgins Ellis grocery Be sure to go and buy something for Miss Doll to wear 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 Too Warm The excellent summer weather of the past two or three weeks has made the turkey business in this county suffer Usually thousands of turkeys are shipped out of here before this time but this year very few have been slaughtered GoeS Farm Sold Mr Wm Harber sold his farm of 300 acres near lIed House to John Wagers of Clay county for 18000 This farm is among the best in that neighborhood and the price is considered remarkably low Ready For The Finish The poll books instruction cards sample ballots and all other necessary supplies fojr the Democratic primary to be held Saturday were delivered to the County Clerk Monday afternoon from the CLIMAX office The candidates se lected the electiop officers for the vari OilS precincts last Wednesday and all with the exception of one agreed to serve when notified by the sheriff Now all is ready for the finish and soon the agony will be over A Meteoric Display About seven oclock Saturday even- Ing a most brilliant meteoric display took place in the Northern heavens casting a bright light on all around When first noticed it was like a flash of fire later bursting into a multitude of frey balls which wore shot in various directions Reports come from various places in the State of this same phil nomenon At Winchester a meteorite weighing twentyeight pounds was found burled 4 inches In a wellbeaten driveway When found time morning after the display it was stillwarm The Sick Mr James Dozier continues quite ill of typhoid fever at his home on Second streetMr Hermau Frasa who has been se rioasly and painfully ill for the past two weeks is slowly improving Miss Maymio Pickets has been very low with Typhoid fever but is reported better now Mrs Curran C Smith has been ill for several days at her home on Fifth streetMr James S Crutcber who is at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary with fe ver is said to bo doing nicely Geese An unusual as well as an interesting sight was witnessed laet Wednesday afternoon whim a lock of geese about two thousand in all were driven down Main street to the L N depot the drove extended for a quarter of a mile and it took nearly a half an hour for them to pse They were being ship ped to the Eastern markets by J H Neff Co and represented only a email part of the trem adouB business done by them this fall TM geee are bought up la small lots aoote of them coming from away back hs time mona tains While they wcw PMftillfa11- the woas andcarrl soathe street halted whero they wtir ami all traffic stopped to give them tU rfcht of way The RailMMt Home airtight stove at D B Shackelford 4 Ce WM any class of coal sad the feawlfc ussstssdi- orfoA yes j ii i 3 n A in at 2 3 4 at were to 25 to 75 on see a of V 1 Removals Mr Mat S Cohen leased the Hagau property on West Main street and mowed his family thereto last week Mr E B Hume will move his family this week to his new home recently purchased on Lancaster Avenue Box Supper Miss Jennie Evans the popular teacher of Runyon Grove school will givo a Box Supper at her school on Thanksgiving evening to which every one Is most cordially invited The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the District school of which Miss Evans is teacher Donation Day Next Tuesday will be Annual Dona tion day at the Pattie A Clay Infirm ary Any offering no matter how gratll will be gladly received by the ladles of the institution A committee will bo on hand to take charge of all donations Bear this in mind and let everyone give With L Eo Lane Mies Sue Deatherage who is one of the best salesladies in the city has accepted a position with L E Lane the jeweler Miss knows all about this line of business having been with Mr D P Armer for a year before heleft and we are glad to see her bade at her chosen work again Real Estate Transfers Mrs Cornelia Powers bought of Col J W Caperton two business houses on First street for 5000 each One house is occupied bv Jerry Powers and the other by Murray IS Gadd W D Sanders of Edenton sold to Mr J J Flora a house and lot on Moberly avenue Price 1000 Mr Flora will take possession at once One of The Best The Nicliolasville to the CourierJeurnal says ot a former Richmond man who was a pupil of our own excellent Mr J Louis Schlegel One of the best known as well as the must skilled photograph erSin Central Kentucky is Mr Emil Ilbardt He has more than local fame forlie was the winner of several piem iutis at the Associa tion at Its meeting in Nashville Be aides having a studio here hd has a branch office In Versailles which is opun on Thursdays Awarded Damages The case of R B ombs anti Levi Metcalf against the Guvtrnmcut went to the Jury at nine oVluck Friday morning and after two a hours dellber atliin brought in a verdict R B Combs was given 2 for two at d a haf acres of land taken by the Govern ment and 175 lor damage done his otter property Levi Metcalt Was giv on 10SS for seventeen and a half acres taken and 362 for damage done his otler property The jury was taken out to the mouth of Drowning Creek Thursday to view the land These two tracts Ho In Madieon and Estill coun ting and the suit arose as before stat edjto recover damages Jar land taken by the Government for the now Lock No 11 which will bo built at the mituth of Creek In lemony Of Rte Emma Hughes Who Died NoTcbcr a tfhat a purer and truer girl is seldom fcmIncl can be truly said of Emma To knbw her was to love her because she loved everyone who knew nor Oh it Is iomelimes so hard to say Thy will O Lord be done WIlY it was His will to take herwe cannot understand sometime it will be made u We should try to meet hir where death shall never come and w 1ere parting ie BO more She leaves a and father five sisters and brothers to mourn her Jose She wjle laid to rat November 10 In the ickaday burying ground We mist tli e froa elK kHieXmma w mill thee Jfom tby jlace A shadow oer orHe it oel Icannot M7 NilMotMf i y AFrJ eJ i s We are bidding for your footwear trade with BoysBootsassortment of styles makes it easy to findwhat you want and our wide range of sizes widths and insures an easy and able fit for every foot And our prices and quality will attract the patronage of every careful buyer who inspects our stock TRY US POR YOUR NEXT PAIR BOOTS LEATHER FELTRUBBER careful selection of extra values Calf Kip and Stoga boots 250 350 and Boys Boots saving prices Our PELT BOOTS bought great advantage and willsave you cents every pair and We also show complete stock Rubber Boots Overshoes boysBringCOYIMTONJ RANKS F F something Deatherage correspondent photograph Photographers Drowning aqrbut Another I misstbetbeuaI1IsO4iIee tltot4o4tstawV- qs inall shapes comfort Come Strayed cr Stolen From Red House Tuesday Nov 11 a black mare 3 years old with enlarge ment on left fore knee joint Liberal reward for any information leading to her recovery T V Boudinot J WMartin Waco Ky 2t College Hill Ky =Off the Track The east bound train on tho L A due to arrive at 115C worn late yesterday because of an accident near Valley View Just after leaving that place the engine jumped the track and it took an hour or so to get it back and repair the damage Fortunately no one was injured Will Disband The MackFenton Company which played here all last week is now at Somerset for this weeks engagement after which they will disband Mr Wilbur Mack will organize a company of his own and it rumored that he will return to Richmond some time in December with his own new company Splendid Attraction Friday evening November 21st How ard Kyle will present the charming play Nathan Hale the strongest and most successful play ever written by ClydeTitch Mr Kyle will be sup ported by an unusually strong com pany Our people cant welt afford to miss this At the Grand Ooera House Friday November Shot At Eoxtowa Wilson Hall a farmer was shot and fatally wounded at Foxtown yesterday morning by Ben Chonauit colored Hall is the son of William Hall and lives with his father on a farm belong ing to John Wilson It is alleged that Chenault and Ben Million another ne- gro who were hunting were ordered oil the farm by young Hall Tho men hadsome words about it and as a re suit Chenault drew a pistol and shot Hall The ball entered his breast near the heart A report received yesterday afternoon said Hall would lie Deputy Sheriffs Colyer and Terrill and Jailer J C LacKey went out and arrested Clie- nauttand Million who are now in jail awaiting trial Better Schedule The new schedule on the L N which went into effect Sunday fill be very beneficial to the business men of Richmond as well as to the citizens of the southern part of thie county and ol Canard It will afford these people an opportunity to spend a whole day in Richmond or to come in at four oclock in the afternoon and return at 730 giving plenty of timq for truisart ing any necessary business The night trains running to Livingston will nut only give ps better connections South but will give Ihe people south of us the same opportunity to spend soveral hours in the city and return thesame day It will also give the people of Lancaster a chance to go to Louisville or Cincinnati and return the same day without getting tip in the middle of the night to start Public Sale Mrs Bcrfha M Smith as executrix of Dr A Wilkes Smith deceased will offer at Public Sale on Tuesday Nov 25 beginning 10 oclock a in the following property I large French plate glass mirror 2 old mahogany divans 1 oak book cane 3 vralnut book cases 2 very handiiome clocks whatInot 1 hat rack 1 easel und picture a lot of chairs tables etc Jersey cows garden tools and kitcheatttensilt Also the home of Dr A Wilkes Smith deceased known M Welt ver Terrace Mid situated on West Main atrmet in Richmond Ky This fetineof tre larg est most conveniently arranged and handsomest residence paces iiji Kentucky being eolllpfutllely new and in excellent repair haviltt modern iraoroveimftU and all pecsaiiy out building There are 3j acres q lAnd 1BIRTHS POWEILTG tM wlltjk MrjW G Powell a tiA dcHn on Frktay frWfofe 7 MIOJ 1glr i 1 I to r OF I rjY5j Submitted to the Cash TradeS Sales G E Black shipped twenty oneheao of beef cattle to Jersey City which he had sold to Eastern parties at 5 cents K H Colyer and Boyd Wagers bought last week twenty five extra good yearling steers averaging 820 pounds at 41 cents II H Colyer bought of SquireThom as Williams one threeyearold horse for 150 lie also bought a old of James Nealo for 165 These horses wore purchased for Dave Jack son of Florida and will be shipped to him this week On Monday T D Chenault Sons delivered to J W ISrtleS for S S one hundred and sixtv head of export cattle which averaged 155G pounds This was the first lot of 450 head whic- hweresold some time ago at 61 cents They were shipped to New York over tho L A Consulted a Specialist Abner Ferrill the little eon of Mr and Mrs William D Oldham who has been paralyzed for some time pat was taken to Louisville on last Wednesday by his parents where a was DrMaryIu however gave Mr tad Mrs Oldhssft every cause to bo hopeful He said that with prpper care treatment ete the child will regfttH the use of his limbs The many lrksds- of Mr Otilhiamnand wife will beUfiled MJiM such ecoHrsfti BWS and hepe far little Abuses ipwdy eoTtrj I We ask special to our great line of AmoskeagShoes Many shapes to select from All solid leather good looking durable 7 and low priced 150 175 and 2 f FStrongMade for hardest service and Iwell save you dimes and quar ters on every pair 100 and 125cHigh Cut Shoes Select stock of good shoes for mud rain and extra 2 values at 0 2 225 and 250 Boys Footwear All kinds and grades from cheapest to finest 71Boots Shoes and Rubbers made to stand hardest knocks from strongest boys FL7i F 7I 7I7f7 I e r IXTxeI ITt11J I ELDERS I STOREIi CLOTHINGII 25L 500 Mens and Overcoats cheap SEE OUR STOCK Etc m Dont Fail To Visit 11- cdlMillinery Department And The New And Nobby Styles Respectfully Stock specialist IilBbelbelo attention Boys pricesIf mllLft BUlKfTS See All Thursday threoycar snow nM 13 V ELDEI1 Nathan Hale The theatrical barometer is rapidly rising and there is speedy promise of good things at the Grand Opera House Friday Nov 21 One of the most Important engagements imminent is IhatIof Howard Kyle in Nathan The drama which Clyde Fitch wrote around the heroic character of that noble youug American patriot Nathan Hale is undoubtedly one of the most Interesting and effective of all the many plays founded upon the events of the American Revolution It is a beautiful play full of noble sentiments with charming love episodes and burn lug with the fire of patriotism It is a play which will live as long as the country shall exist for which be lost his life The company presenting this great play is headed by Howard Kyle a popular young and gifted actor who meets all the diffictilfVequirmenta of the title role most Jully both in the earll cowedy seenes and la the trag ic events that tellewing the later acts Mr Kyle Ie a skilled actor who lisa played many important parts aad who IM exhibited deserving ambition In appeariD in so noble a play making the veeUire his own beth demos Btratee his diepoeitioe and purpose to adhere to A high plane ia life profes sion He has bean gratified with the favor so far met with lathle direction ami he fe intent upon shortly podociag other plays that will wim for Ihioe sppena In thass and the tM Mars ia which they are prewired The highlyHow io lID plaJftO ulile tie w- edeta Ml thus M eiii e JIIrt I New Brick I have just burned a kiln of 200000 ybrickThey are the large brick and will gain SO per cent over any brick on the mrr upDeliveredYard on Irvine street oct29 4t SAML RICE Stouffer Mahler are turning out more suits overcoats and trocsers ti measure than all the other- sPubiicSale Having rented my farm two milrs from Waco on Muddy Creek with the intention of moving to Oklahoma t will offer at Public Sale orf Wednesday November 26 Forty bead good cattle consisting of yearlings and feeders 4 calves 2 sUch cows beef heifers I combine fouryearold harness horse 15 hand high 8 brood aad saddle mares mam colt 2 safe family horses 1 snckliur mule colt i yearling mule 9 moat hogs 1 sow and 9 shoals 1 binder Rood aa saw 1 mower 2 harrows i lofrwacon 1 road wagon 1 earring sad double haraeae naw 1 largo cider mill pJow gears etc 100 barrels of eon ia u erife fodder and cane r r tot of plymouth rock chickens shllll pare ap 1ie viM girK00 sorghum nio laMWilimiittir carpets etc alt ttpu- TMMJMM new eusus44 J8d known ond VlISA1tl M Jif eeek a in- w M lIi11JIj i = j bI I 1r r J oJI iii I1 PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS IW MILLER ATtOBnnIT LI w RICHMOND KicrrucrT- Offlce n the Burnun Building next door to armera NaUonal Bank Ieb3ly SULLIV AN JA ATTORNEY RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op poite Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENAULT S ATTORNEYSATLAWIC- uMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatL zq I fRICHMOND KENTUCKY CffirOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OBlce In John Dennetts old law office orer Perry Thomas drug store PSYSIOIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building M lnStreet H CJI1SPERMIJ Medicine and Surgery gOfnce Stouffer Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Dank Trust B rig Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot Ostheopathy DENTAL IGflZ- Dr XttD- ENTIT lt 1tOnSOt OP LoUISVILLE KY nIIdIugtcbmSndno7l7ly Harry M Blanton DENTIST OOce lu Bennett Building Jfanly TELEPHONE DR LANJntANT Hotel Glymlon Wednesday ODecenaWTvl 19O2 i a W Taken Up Taken up as estray a small brown Buckling1 mare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have same by properly proving ownership and paying charges J H Allman tf Chief of Police ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Maui wrcet to the Garwtt House tiororoum on fSecom street where we will be glad to wel come our friiinlK ant patrons Vc will coiiiiiiiu to pay the highest market price Ilr Eggs Poultry Hides Fursjand other Produce Give us a call in our pew quarters and ye will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Gusiness in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2janly RICHMOND KY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery FOn Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined 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 1 Trial Bottle TTN TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jtjtjfi Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Searcv Hamilton To 0 8 Powell J W Misters I V Whitlock John SUpp Burton Roberta J W Teater J W rrewitt L A AVearren O O McWharter EarlyJTCoy Bchmond Waco Red goose Valley View Both ton Paint Lick Klrksrille 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 65O Tickets on sale daily during September and October Corresponding reducfc 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 1902A White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainso ds Novel ty Fancy Weaves TPiques1adras Shirt ing- sColored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftons Celebrated Shirts t i WniteAND Glbson RICHMOND KY Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of I Louisville SSi at Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Thursty December 3 and 4 relieflIeadlthesin or about the eye Dont neglect your childrciis eyes Difficult cases solicited KyVait WE GO WESTVIA L JW Memphis Kansas City or Chicago Through Service oif the Very Best to ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW JHEXIGO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO AND THE PACIFIC COAST The Very Lowest Rates for UIB Cotemst ami Homasoohor 0 B BloCH GI Aft WWAM WLY T P A 38 East FmrHi St CbKlMMH 0 1EattFIl CfMimftN 0 CEII LEE S P Ii PAINT ZICK Mrs Henry Wallace is on the sick listMrs B L Jennings is visiting in LancasterMr Mrs B W Crntcher of Nicliolasvillejue visiting the family of Mrs James Guyn Mr It L Jennings new building is quite an improvement to our town and his genial clerk more so Miss Minnie Woods after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs John Reid left for her home in Stafford Friday Miss Jennie Hammonds and Mrs Emma Davis of Livingston are visii ting their aunt Mrs Margaret Argo One of the old landmarks Gabe Salter has moved to Cartersville Much success to you Gabe in your new home Mr Mike Noe has bought the Henry Wallace farm from Mrs Lena Forester who leaves for Virginia the first of the yearMr and Mrs W W Watts and Jas Parkes visited yesterday Mr John B Parkes who has been very sick but is some better Mr Pleas Hurry and family have moved back to the mountains His father Mr James Murry will move his family to Richmond Mr Ike Arnold who went to Okla homa to see the country with the view of locating was not so well pleased and thinks Kentucky good enough for him Mrs J S Robinson of Lancaster visited her mother Mrs E J Wallace who has been very sick but under the skillful treatment of Dr Cnas Holton is improving Mr Will Champ is building a new front to his house Mr A B Estridge has added another addition to his store to be used as a barber shop butcher shop and shoeshop If some of the people who own the land could be pursuaded to sell build Ing lots our town would boom If you dont think it a busy town just pay it a visit especially on Saturday Dogs Spread Hog Cholera Hog cholera it is said has cost Iowa and South Dakota in times past as much as 30 000000 a year It is now pre valent in Woodbury county Iowa though neither Nebraska nor South Dakota has yet re ported it In support of his idea that hog cholera is communicated by dogs DrBriwn says My own investigation has shown me that the disease is almost invariably spread by dogs The farmer who has no dogs is a rarity but there is one here and thereand he has no cholera among his hogs It is well known that whenever a dog finds a carcass he rolls upon it so as togetthecarrion- into his hair What he does it for is unknown to the writer He goes home with every hair of his body charged with whatever is contagious after the death of the animal and so persistent as to last at times for two years Let one hog die of cholera and every dog wi th in a radius of many miles will find the carcass and load him self with infection Dogs often travel with a female great distances being away fromhome days at a time They have great opportunities to find and carry disease When they are at home their constant delight is to worry and nag the swine Thanksgiving Cake Sift two and a half pounds of flour in which mix three teaspoonfuls of bakingpow der Cream two pounds of butter and three pounds of sugar together Mx with eighteen wellbeaten eggs half pound of beaten almonds a wineglassful of currant jelly a teacupful ofpreserved lemon peel and a teaspoonful of extract of cinnamon Stir in the flour pour in a large cakemold and bake twohours and a half When cold orna ment with bonbons and lemon icing Ancient paintings four thousand years old show ploughs harrows and land rollers in use in Egypt There was a cry i- nr Peoplerushed doors and strained their eyes on the struggling balloonist fighting for life pantinsick room Was for familytragedy of the air Then theywest back to the sick room to tell of the terrible struggle for life they had just witnessed It did not occur to that under their pathtUe6truggle pitifulthangreatesthelpuse Dr Pierces Goldea Medical Discovery It cures obstinate coeehs weak andotber4 uticnIa one ol my daughter was suSerinit oa account or a serere cough hectic fertr wastingot flesh and other symptoms of diseased lungs anum8prinpthcovcrywlthKreDykcartilyAccept ao substitute for Goldea Med justasWood and lungs Dr iQIrWthsnDicwyn Pkrces Pleasst lij NIiIt1JIr tJ 1If r G Feeding Carrots and Turnips Carrots in reasonable amounts are excellentfeed for milk cows and henotenden- cy whatever to dry them off Frozen cabbage leaves arenot fit food for cows or any other animals but they will have no tendency to produce blindness- A great many people feed tur nips and think them excellent for cows They have a tendency to taint the milk es pecially if fed just before or just at milking time If fed milkingIduced to a minimum The fresh topso turnipsand beets make a goo4 relish for cows but afford very little nutri ment They should be fed sparingly and after cows have partially appeased their ap appetites and not just before milking 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 Gertrude E Fen ner Muncie Ind and contracted a rapidlyommended One Minute Cough Cure The first bottle brought relief several cured me I am back to my 0111 weight 148 lbs One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieves the cough at once curoupAnTo Preserve Cabbage Take any kind of a clean barrel wind from top to bottom with three or four thick nesses of paper fastening the paper in place by tying twine around it Old newspapers will apswer every purpose Place threeor four thicknesses of paper in the bottom of the barrel the head having been removed Strip outside leaves from cabbage and wind each head with several thicknesses of paper then pack closely in barrel Heads of cabbage treated in this manner will keep perfectly freshand crisp in spring as when first taken from the garden in fall Keep the barrel of cabbage in a cool cellar duringwinter If you are bilious and seeking advise rs Take DeWitts Little Early Risers Just 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 gives strength to the glands prevent lug a return of the disorder The returns of the Irish census are discouraging They show a decrease in popu lation and a decrease in the area of land under cultivation These thing go father than oratry to establish the fact of bad goverment No people love the land of their nativity with a more abiding and loyal affection than Irshmen Itis a hard necessity that drives them forth to seek for fairer opportunity and fortune in other lands Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva Ohio had the piles for forty years Doctors and goodDeVfttspermanently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacreations eczema tetter gaIt rheum and all other skin diseases Look for the name De Witt on the packageall others are cheap worthless counterfeits 1m An Epidemic of Prodigality It seems to cost agreat deal to live nowadays Most per sons notice it especially per sons who are hard put to it tb find money to pay their bills The statisticans report that commodities in general use cost on an average about ten per cent more than they did last year The rise in price of meat contributes a good deal to this advance though breadstuffs have been high too Articles of luxury like good clothes and country houses have grown dearer in proportion than most articles of necessity because the huge influx of money that the coun try has sustained has made a brisk market for luxuries Rents are higher houses cost more servants get higher wages board is higher at re sort hotels The living ex penses of any given family are very much affected by the expenses of other families of their acquaintance and the scale of living of other families seems just now to have becomeinconveniently liberal Prodigality is so conspicuously prevalent that it has be come more epidemicPhila delphia Inquirer Seventy sepulchral urns containing old coins and other relics dating from the Augus tan epoch Eave been discov ered at AqUileia the ancient Roman town near Trieste which was distroyed by Atti 1a Our bwiii aisd pisaIkl1Is re nt4ye byI r ATFXAS1VONDERNALLS One small bottle ot Halls Great Dis cures all kljlney and bladder troubles diabetes seminal removestgraVel lameback of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women troubles in children If not tfbd tw your druggist will be sent by wail on receipt of Onq small bottja is two months treatment and will dire any cabe above mentioned Dr E W llall sole man ufacturer P O Box fe29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonalS Sold by all drug gists soil Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KyrBEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 DrE W Hall St Louis MoDeM Sir I have used tine bottle of the Texas Wonder Hals Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds then began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I recommend it to the Respjjctfnlly4dec AntiDyspepsia Diet Dyspepsia would no longer be the national disease in America if the people of this country would adopt a plain diet similar to that of Norway and Sweden Gout is unkown among Swedes and Norweg ians and the rosy cheeks and clear com plmdousof the young people of those countries are the result of tho simple food the children eat the United States Consul at Bergon Nor way says Hot rolls and white bread are rarelyseen in Sweden Kuackbrode or hard bread is the standard article of food It is made ofground oats and rye There is no yeast in the bread and it is rolled into thin wafers which are baked and hung up where they will keep perfectly dry Swedes eat this bread drink milk for two meals a day and have one meal at which they eat meat and potatoes Sweets are almostunkownT Children are allowed to eat candy only on state occasions Ex change O f2 4genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold la one flay The alligator is said to be practically extinct in the South ToDameFashion maybe attributed his passing away The demand for shoes satchels and pocketbooks of alligator skin has been such within the last ten years that we will probably soon be compelled to visit our museums and zoos to hunt up the crea ture which has justly earned an evil reputation as the ter ror of Southern swamps Mr J Knight Perkins of Kalamazoo thoroughly searched the southern por tions of the country for 14foot alligators In all New Or leans he could find but one alligator 10 feet long Hedis covered that even littlealliga tors from 4 to B inches long had disappeared from the mar ketScientific American Luck in Thirteen By sending 13 miles Win Spirey of Walton Furnace Vt got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly legNothingbruises felons ulcers eruptions bolls burns coma antI piles Only 25c Guaranteed by Perry Thomas drug eista 1m An exchange states thatone of the most remarkable cases ever tried in the state wasjre cently settled at Decatur A young man bought two thous and extra fine cigars and had them insured for theirfull val ue smoked them up and then demanded his insurance claiming they had been de stroyed by fire The case was taken tocourtand decided in favor of the young man The insurance company then had the young nian arrested for settingfire to Ins own prop erty and the same judge or dered that he pay a fine and go to jail for three months TO OTJEE A OOLfl IX ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Itfnilsa on each hor 25 cents Itispositively asserted that the useof patent flour is the cause of such a prevalance of appendicitis Thij negroes in the South never had the disease so long as they lived on corn meal and the German immigrants werE j as notably free from the arflicition till alldieoplesufferIas FcrSaijIiilenceon High street Laths 90 x220 ft with new stable and all necessary nut buildings house contains eight i otns and kiwil en all ia Rood repair rid will be sr W atabargaia tf Mrs abethi Crow d Ery day ofllr life yiit- ake into j Our sjtem germs sufficient to end i urlife were it not for the pro cting aciaoa o t1edefensive iitsfn your ii Fewer marriages would be failure if love wOre blind in only one eye What goes up must comedown is an encouraging view of the coal question A good many inventors plainly show that they are related to necessity When Cupid visits Boston he discards his bow and ar ows and uses a bean shooter A schoolboy remarks that when his teacher undertakes to show him what is whatu he only finds out which is witchLondon TitBits Notice Of Primary Electtos At a called meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee a quo rum being present it is ordered 1st That a primary election be held in Madison county Kentucky on the 22nd day of November the purpose at nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison county to be voted for at the general election In 1003 A poll will be opened at six oclocka 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 precincts2ndoclock noon on the 7th day of Novem ber 1902 each person expecting to become a candidate in said primary ShackelfordlTreasurer 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 the amount deposited should be deemed Insufficient to meet the necessary expense 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 November 7th 1002 submit to the Dem ocratic Committee a list of election officers for each voting place in the county4th That said primary election shall be held under the law governing such elections 5th That nil legal voters who have heretofore affiliated with the Democrat pledgethemselvesof said party and all persons who will electionport the nominee of this primary primary6th cbevotlugortvdaysr 1902 7th The County Court Clerk is di primarythe 10th day of November 1902 JOHN B CIIKNAULT oct 14t Chairman Dem Com Loiisie Atlantic EaiWI DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalllesLa1frenceburg1sbell 033- Lm pm anForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From JUmlsTllIe LexIngton and I tis4aa aFroinjevineFrom Millers CreeklTZTZlIZ 830 MU C M BROWNING Gen Mg- rVe1Uca KyR A Woolums S A Richmond Ky Let us make that old suit look like now by new process STOUFFER MAULER Tailors I Beat This flOO nap Robe of ours if you can added to this will not secure its equalelsewhere This cloublbfaced One quality PLUSH LAP ROBE is one of the many in our stock This tverInattractiveis their handsome appearance and durability flWupwards T J Moberley Cheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Durlington Ronte will renew the cheap oneway Settlers rats eveiydav 1902toStLouisCaliforniaPortlandwith correspondingly low rates to and the ButteHelena District The Burlington Route and entireWest WestThuCheap Round Trip Tourist Rates to ColoradoUtah aodSeptembersuch remarkably low flrstclnaa round SpringsaIiJrrIBChicagoperiods only one fare f2 Ask nearest ticket agent for detail Homeseekers Excursions 4uastSeptembertions of the West and Northwest JsyalimitConsult your nearest ticket geM er Jettour publication and otherwise MkHyen r W IL SNAW t P A 438 WiN re llfl51IQ4irl 18 M LtVEY Beaetal Silo Ma 1YIIAs- 4SLLiss a o NodalDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dleeatanbi all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food Otl want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By ts use many thousands of dyspeptics have beea cured after every thing failed Is unequalled for the stomach Children with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adler UDDeces GUPM tdl siMHMh triIrt oali Eo o DaWivOo c1ea- To S1bOI1O coaan53l4 timestbeOc For sale by Perry Thomas = Gas Reduction About QUO year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow discount of 25c per 1000 feet on Illu minating Ss furnished on and after Dec 1 1901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 175 IBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not be payhilimonth at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delinquent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without ex ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATErS LIGHT Co Nov 27 1901 dec14 tf +CALL AT +44+ JONES MERSHOJU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dti ug cle rs Qenalae Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap KSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY Soda Pop is a purely temperance 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 ForSaleThe Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments KyI382GGe 00N10WrjN Phippi Mt Sterling Ky 68 28 Ferdinand Schnble Louisville ai 09 Rolit W Owens Ixmlsril e 14 O- RT Durrett Preston at road Jefferson Ky 6 60 Austin Itockport Ky 138 11 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myCt lem One Eye May Be Alright thedefectrected by O11asses of suitable strength the sound eye will ascertaintheare free suit the prices of our Glasses justwhtthevFilled and Solid Gold Frames or the new style Finch eye glass T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armer old atand ly =UjUnt You Got No HomePC Or are you not satisfied haveDochange Then take ad vantage of the Low Rcxmd Trip Home seekm or Out Way Settkr Rates Offered by the Lciuisvilie Henderson and St Louis R RCTt Weelda Fair L To the isksi SsItLu thirdTuadaylto Wicl including April 2lst im ASK 115 FOR RATES Lxtrwia GP A QlOh A Iii b 20 20 per cent can be saved by buying your WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Disc Plow ft only perfect Disc Plow Its t The Triumph Wheat Drill is that will you to Tin Roofing Guttering and R pairing done promptly by workmen zo PERCENT OFON STOVES Webought thefrht Great Majestic Rang descriptifore wcananoneHARDWAR Farming Implement Chattanooga hIsArbuckle Simmon PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l something investigate experienced E 4 f M 3 f4AfLMs a Womans Delight And our business is to supply tire k kFurniture For it We can show you a beautiful correct and cityPricesOdd PiecesDhningroom Furniture in wax ed and weathered finish Brass and Iron andTablesline of Mattings Carpets and Rugs We are pleased to show them at all times 1 W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND uly3My KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DO- LLARFIRESAL E Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Bufltf Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was ft cently destroyed by fire willoffer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods are n damaged in the least and these bargainsare without a para in this cityEVERYTHING In the way of Dry Goods Boots Shoe everytbinisCome at once and see for the that stockGoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Pro First St Opposite Court House Gate Richmond Kj Timely Aid m Selecting HolidayPresentsr busineESIf WAJIII At the 4ipessiof my cMklmei It is a to aid is till orpUiPOe1tJRw sad Diaw Jewelry ad Cat glas and it is a pl- eaS5Victor L3ogaertMANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTER 51 E M H8Tr LEXINGTON J 6Mr hts 1GOO FiDBteiFricu i 0