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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii 71 a E Tp- u f7 IIuuI mr fV j 0 r fljn RICHMOND CLIMAX== it E i N vOLUME 29 Y RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1902 NUMBER 27 tij t iBe Wise r abstain from running store accowitsiy Cash IAnd the pennies and you are to prosper We a few of the many needful articles anil forks set lOc to 10 to 25u 1Jahlp8knies Fpoenp 10 nnd 15c 25c poker 6 and lOc tube CO to OOc1 Corrugated iralvanized roul hods 35c 2qt granite rice boiler 70c 9 qt tin buckets lOc Coal oil cane 10 to 2Uo Wooden spoons 5c SeiniPorcelian plates per set S5c- Mefct dishes 10 to 40c China cups and saucers OOc And ofJardiniereFlower Pots Everything is Cheap at he Racket Store Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sari Lithe Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetslyr Phone 85 aJ t Ca Big Hill JCoalORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coaliw iH+ H++ +++ ++ ++ + +++44 ++++ A Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary trJt grate without any attention ffR t- L + ++ ++44HfMMMMf44f 4 + + + ++ ++ + 4+++ V I bJr iqwi r I What You Need I fIsa Good Stove I I Whavs the use running a mk by buying common stoves when we can supply you with the best the market affords Our 5 J Air Tign Raaia crstJj i will surprise you when it comes small fuel bills and good service Wo havein stock a carload of gwlHioky Wagons 1 the most reliable farm wagons in cxiatpilco Our line of 1hiaai- n ltever department iscouiplete and you can save money by trpdlhg with us Give us your order for Ito flog and Gntterinjr Satisfaction Ruarati teed Respe- ctfullyTAYLOR BROS Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed RoomSuits Kning Room and e tchen Furniture t 11 f We guaranteed to save you money W eeordially invite our country friends to callmake our store their headq- uarterseustW H please Our success nds itandthereaI- snab e prices at whictieyerything ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in Our Picture Department is coin P1etC ramingnejrtlyjdone the newest mouldings always car1ed itt f i A f r JO S dOPLIN hone NlgttM 47 RICHMOND KY U sJrn 1 A Prank of the Wind i Pedestrians on Fourth avenue were treated to an unu- sualandamusiugsightJestcr day at noon A handsome young lady a long black silk scarf and a sudden gust of wind were responsiblefor the incident The lady clothed lookingllersveetest out the avenue when sudden ly one of those unexpected currents of air carried sky ward her carefully arranged scarf Higher and higher it went the passing throng be ing too intent in watching the movements of this bit of silk offered no assistance to the now thoroughly embarrassed young lady Staid business men chap pies shoppers streetgamius etc stopped and speculated as to the final landing place when the wind having sudden ly spert itself it slowly descended tototantalize its disgusted owner who now momentarily expected it to again reach the earth spread itself out and fluttered defiantly in the breeze overhead on a nearby trolley wire Of course the bystanders suggested various ways to re gain it Some advised getting a long pole others thought it feasible to climb one of the many passing cars and in that way reach it still others were in favor of calling out thefire department However thanks to the mischievous pranks of the wind all of this proved unnecessary as a more considerate gust than the first unfoldedand lifted it gently from its high perch much to the satisfaction of itsfairpos- sessorLouisQille Post Startling But True If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes D II Turner Dempseytown Pa yond sell nllytm have in a dav Two weeks uee has made a new man of me Infallible litr constipation stomach and liver troubles 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m The Apple Crop for This Year The apple crop of the Unit ed States this year accord ing to the estimate of the New England Homestead will be 43000000 barrels against 27000000 in 1901 The crop presents some mark ed cQntrasts when placed be side that of a year ago In the older established orchard sections in the middle and eastern States that increase over last years failureis pro nounced In the central west there are also sharp gains while in the southwest a section last year favored by ex ceptionally good yields the crop this year is unusually deficient As for quality this is far from satisfactory in the western andcentralstates but in New England it is better than last YQrkwthe most important apple states has a big crop but less than the crop of 1896 Bishop Hill of Vermont has authorized a prayer for use in the churches of the diocese in behalf of the Legislature as none is provided for that body in the prayer book STORKTIME to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought and sweet anticipation With the cessation pain necessary to childbirth there comes calm nerves sleep end recuperation MOTHERSFRIEND does diminish the pain accompanying maternity With its rs can an- do bring healthy sweet disposi Oed and the Yarning sickness sore breasts and excruciating pains caused by the gradually expanding are pene and relaxing liniment Among the manifold to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among riCh women as well as r welcomed in the mansion as well as in the cabin lcsscnin lie mothcrs agonyof mind anddimirisblligpaifl a is wrought Upon the child and instead of crnsb tmd forms you harehealthyl ughinghumulllyremi inn aTrfessing ever to you its AU ounsta leU Mother Pteti1 at t lY- iri far oar k4 ootHattr v M PSIl QkATI A Afs M i THE OLD RELIABLE ROY4 AKIN6 POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE COUNTIES WILL BE ORGANIZED Plan That Has Been Appro ved by the Kentucky Exhibit Association As an evidence of the in terest in the movement to have repreSFair the number of men throughout the Commonwealth volunteering theirser vice to the Kentucky Exhibit Association is cited This in addition to the acceptance made by those who have been called on by the organization to help the cause along As originally contemplated by the Kentucky Exhibit As sociation the movement to raise 100000 for a Kentucky building and a full display of Kentuckys products and re sources at the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition at St Louis in 1904 is to be broadened to include every county city town village and hamletin the State The Boardof Directors of the association at a meeting held at headquarters Sat urday afternoon adopted a plan to organize the entire State as rapidly as possible Large subcommittees are to be formed to work directly under and with the Board of DirectorsPresident Ford announced that he desired to add the fol lowing exhibit committees to the list already made public Machinery Exhibit Transpor tation Exhibit Exhibit of Womans Work Fine Arts Exhibit Educational Exhibit and Exhibit of Manufactured Tobacco He explained that the tobacco interests of Ken tucky were so large that it was thought best to divide the leaf and manufactured exhibit Mr Chas D Campbell is the Chairman of the leaf tobacco exhibit committee and some prominent tobacco manufacturer will be placed at the head of the other committee The scheme of county organization was then explained by Mr Ford He suggested that the nucleus for an organ ization in each county consist ofevery citizen whohas accepted appointment on any of the committees of the association of all citizens who have vol unteered to help the move ment along of the commer cial organization in counties where such exist of theedi tors of the newspapers of the county judges of the mayors or chairman of board of town trustees and of any other suitable persons This would give a nucleus of at least five gentlemen to each county They are to form the corn mitee for the entire county by call ing either a massmeeting to arouse interest or by any other method that ismostdes irablePost Asleep Amid Flames Breaking into a blazing home soml firemen lately dragged the sleeping Iri mates from death Fancied security RId death near Its that way whett you neglect coughs and colds Donij do it Dr Kings New Discovery fo- jConsumption gives perfect 1onlltroublesfeting death and st A atecoughpcrsisteot anilniceby Perry Thomas druggists Prjoi 50c and Trial bottles free 1m In Turkestan every we ding engagement begins wit the of a substantia l flparentslover the engagement gift ha to be returned unless th parents have anoh r daugU tel to give as a ub titute I- j IIIIII South Eastern Kentucky Perhaps no section of Ken tucky is suffering as the Southeastern portion is Sectarianism is spreading its wings and sowingitsseed Its schools are founded in nearly every town and village Young men who would gladly accept the truth and become Christians only are being taught in these sectarian schools Where is our school Have we no place to educate the young So often I have been asked the question by our aged brethren Have we no school IlU reach to which I can send my children It only pains me to say we have none Where is our Corbin school Burnt down and the Episco palians are building on the ashes a large school house into which our young people will be invited to learn lessons oi Episcopalianism Unless we provide for them they will either do this or go to other denominational schools Many of the big hearted young men of this section would like to preach the gospel of Christ if they could get an education which they could and would if we had the school near home When one goes to Lexington or to our other schools in the distance he never comes back to stay he goes in search of a ubig salary Brethren I have traveled over this part of the State for 12 or 13 years and I am sure that I know the needs of the field Therearea few halfstaryed preachers working this field at from 16J to 50c per day No wonder that sectarianism builds upon our ruins A great many of the county seats are notbeing touched and in many of the towns where our cause is strong our churches are hav ing no preaching The sects with their schools are taking the day Are we going to turn both the towns and coun try over to them Listen We now have as fine alocation as can be found in the State on the hill in the edge of the town of Corbin and have about 800 to begin with but we are not able to build the house without help I know that there are largehearted men in the State who will galdly help us in this work If I knew where to find them I would go and knock at their doors I am now doing evan gelistic work in Tennessee As many as feel that you want to aid this work please write to Dr E H Steele of Wood bine Ky who is interested in the matter and is treasurer of the Board of Trustees If you dont write to Dr Steele I may get around to see you yourIBrethren I am not joking One good school in this see tion would be worth more to the cause than all of the preaching that the State Board is having done in that neck of the woods I have a speech oh the subject you must hear in the future JOHN W MASTERS Corbin Ky A Startling Surprise Very few could believe in looking nt A T Hoadley a healthy robust black smith of Tlldeii Ind that for ten years ho suffered touch tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful iliniigi follow ed his taking Electric Hitter Two bottles wholly cured uie he writes and I have not felt twinge In over a year They regulate the Kidneys purify the blood and euro Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervousness improve digestion and give perfect health Try them Only 50cts at Perry Thomas drug store 1m How to Do It A man named Humphries in Cleveland began business with a pushcart looded with popcorn and now he is rich His recipe is If you want to get ahead get acquainted with your job Volumes could say no more and can therefore be omited Brooklyn Eagle Tetter SaltIltwmm awl Ecaema The Intense itchtng and smarting inci dent to these diseases is testaatly allayed applying ambedaiDsEyeandS- kin Many very bad oases have been penuweatly cared by it J t is equally efkaest for itching piles and a favorite rameiy for sore nipples chapped hscde chilblains frost bites und chronic sore eyes 95cts per bpx DrC d iUim Proton aro just wbahbor Beedi when in bad condition Tonic blood jrarifier and vermifnga They are mot food but medicine aed tb best in use to put a horse in prime oooditkw Price 35 ati per pack3fll A man is not of JPo4ih oriti just Iwckwe iiei a NpIu disk L J 2 The American Circus W R Andrews of Grand Rapids Mich at a recent toast got off the following ap peal to the Fillipinos You IJillipinos dont know what you are missing by not wanting to become citizens of this grand country of ours There isnt anything like it under the sun You ought to send a delegation over to see usthe land of the free land of fine churches and 40 000 licensed saloons Bibles forts and guns houses of prostitution millionaires and paupers theologians and thieves liberists and liars politicians and poverty Christians and chain gangs schools and scalawags trusts misIIerytue and vice a land where you can get a good Bible for fif teen cents or a bad drink of whiskey for five cents where we have a man in congress with three wives and a lot in the penitentiary for having two wives where some men make sausage out of their wives and some want to eat them raw where we make bo logna out of dogs canned beef out of horses and sick cows and corpses out of the people who eat it where we put a man in jail for not having the means of support and on the rock pile for asking for a job of work where we license bawdy houses and fine men for preaching Christ on the street corners where we have a Congress of 400 men to make laws and a supreme court of nine men to set them aside where gogd whiskey makes bad men and bad wom en and bad men make good whiskey where newspapers are paid for suppressing the truth and made rich for teach ing a lie where professors draw their convictions from the same place they do their salaries where teachers are paid 25000 a year to dodge the devil and tickle the ears of the wealthy where busi ness consists of getting hold of property in any way that wont land you in the peniten tiary where trusts hold up and poverty holds down where men vote for what they do not want for fear they wont get what they do want byvoting for it where nig gers can vote and women cant where a girl who goes wrong is an outcast and her male partner flourishes as a gentleman where women wear false hair and men dock their horses tails where the political wirepuller has dis placed the patriotic states man where men vote for a thing one day and cuss it 364 days where we have prayers on the floor of our National Capitol and whiskey in the cellar where we spend 500 to bury a statesman who is rich and sio to put away a workingman who is poor where to be virtuous is to be lonesome and to be honest is to be a crank wberewe siton the safety valve of energy andpull wide open the throttle conscience where gold is substance the one thing sought for where we pay 15000 for a dog and fifteen cents a dozen for a poor wo man for making shirts where teach the untutored Indian eternal life from the Bible and kill him with bad whis key where we putamanin jail for stealing a loaf of bread and in congress for stealing a railroad where the check book talks sin walks in broad day Alight justice is asleep crime tuns amuck corruption permeates our whole social and political fabric and the devil laughs from every street corner Come to us Fillies Weve got the greatest aggre gation of things and bad things hot things and cold things all sizesjcyariaties and colors ever exhibited under one tentF1cm Appeal to Reason 2 A Thahkgiing Dinner Heavy MRi ftW wualljr time first cause 6f ldiestn ated at tacks inflame UimBceiMi IMtVibraoee linlog the stemachexpoaeUme nerves of the stomach prolteing JCbe80urrisiaclu KockLreiivs the l BamaMitlon protects tlienvesamd the ca tarrh Xedol eur8E1 JUgesIio 1rs cleami theIt IL1lI1i DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagpnt 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 1ee earca 13oAcs DQesQ ito Busy Bee Cash Store If THERUSHCAT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE ALWAYS IN THE MARKET And the nes styles i- nMonte Carlo Jackets boughtandpattfisthestuff costs you elsewhere BeeCarpetsalwaysgetThanking past patron age and extending to a cordial invitation to visit us we are very respectfully DY OLDHAMBusy GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy pigeons yourIi J H 24tf Richmond Ky Two of the most bitter timings In lifo are being jilted by a girl 2nd a doe of quinineI TH- ELexington Democrat J IS THE ONLYIS t DAIL- YDeinocraticPapert i PUBLISHED IN THE Blue Grass Region +It Is especially devoted to the interest of the Cemocrat io party and Ins all the newi Tar Subscription Price 500 a Year ItCentsa Week by carrierA+++ iJ tToWALTON AND MCR W fT Lexington Kentucky Tl J 1ic y Mrs Laura S Webb TJeoPrcnldent Womnnu cmtlcClubs of Xortbern Sblo I drea4td the change of life which was futftpproachine noticed Wine of and decided to a hot tk I experienced some relief the fig Mmth so I kept on taking ft lor these months and ncTw I menstruate with M pate and shall take It off end on newanUlI Ivivt pawed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off The follow a woman to the change of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trou bte Wino o Cardnt never fails to benefit a suffering woman of ae Wipe relieved Mrs Webbwheasho was indan ger lieyoicOmetothe han e oi life will mean more to you than it does now Bat y u now aVOid the suffering she endured Druggists teUl bottles ofWine of Cardui liOFCARDUJ C Has been enormous for the last twenty or thirty days and the new Fall Stuff has been going out in enormous quantities but the ener getic buyers for the Great Bargain Mart are old you for you sep Demo SPECIALTY NERVOUS especially Nervous woman chest days tarrh Tbls only FREDERICK DeHAVEN Physician Surgeon Osteopath Fourth Louisville MY NAME THURMAN On Sausage Row Andi Buys SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago Grand O- LPall StingsLargest line Fall Suitings and Overcoating opened Central Kentucky from which make to order and guarantee a fit either Suit or Give us call before buy city We guarantee fit and satisfaction and prices below foreingn work Stouffer Mahler SWe haAe added cleaning and pressing department and serve on short Loiisis k italic t1i1 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE KICHMOND or L For IrvllHl tJ itIFor MlllOTs Creek SO pan TKAIlfa AttV KIOHMONDJ From Txraiwfote XcxtMtoa sa4 I llM af MtmFromlrrlFrom XDJer Ceck rat atI Clf JHKWXIJf G Sea Jt r a xtA W IA- Veranlil hili t i cb DlrsDeHAVENI MAKE A ol DISEASES I have teen successful in the treatment ot and Children not oniy cure Nervous troubles but I can put 15 to 30 pounds d weight on a thin delicate or man In 30 to 90 days I can develop the lungs and enlarge the 3 to 6 inches in to 90 I cure lbckachesUeadachesdisappear forever under this spetiGc treatment In to my own especial treatment I use all OsteopathyElectrlclty5uperheaud jug etc etc treatment is given In my Office and San patlentsDr I Office 819 Ave Ky IS Opening of ever in we Trousers Overcoat a you out of the a i TAILORS- P a can you 1s2 trzlat4s If ++cLLL LT ++++ JONES MERSBONS- ALOOM F1RLOX WHO Of TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be fgund dispenseilbyuptoate ditinj cle rs r sIlls s Wattt Ktft7a u 11ff1U1iPhoneS Second Si z F r 30tt 0 n 1 PrntSDwstlusJ- 0I he Richmond Climax J C OHENAULT Prentdent D UILLEn Manager POST SCROWE IMitor WEDNESDAY NOV 20 1902 rDULISUKD rVEKY WEDNESDAY Pho Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDQ- EGyHON J M BENTON Of Clark Conn ty FOR COMMON ASALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A GRTJTOHER- Of Jessamine County f i POI CIRCUIT COURT GLEBE ROY C WHITE C ACCORDING to the New York World the poor but pious Standard Oil Company has been obliged to cut its divi dend for the lastquarterdown to 10 making the total fort le year only 45000000 or 4 per cent upon its nominal capital instead of 48000000 or 48 per cent as for the last two years No wonder the trust has lately found it nec cssaty to add a cent a gallon to the price 9f refined oil New York World GEN DAN R COLLIER sometime commanderinchief of the army of Kentucky has ieen named as pension agent to succeed Leslie M Combs who goes to Guatemaula in place of the Gumshoe States man The last named gentle man will return to this Sta te Kentucky always gets the hot end of it- JUDGE ROBERT RIDDELL of Irvine has announced his can didacy for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge ill the district composed of 5reatbitt Lee Estill Magof tin and Wolfe counties AN Owingsville man has found the wonderful meteor which fell lastSaturday night It was previously picked up in Winchester Lexington Paris and a few other towns D C Wiggins Bro New Opera House Dec J5 and Week Over one thousand people packed lueLucier opera house last night to witness the opening performance of the popular Van Dyke Eaton com jwiny The annual return engagement nf this company is looked forward to I y Murphysboro theatre goers as the new moon or a pleasant shower on a hot summer day Since last season the company is much enlarged All new plays and tpecialtles Thoy certainly know how to entertain and make tho audience f el that they are getting more than their moneys worth To night they present Tho Crucifix or In Siberia a play never before iweennted at cheap prices and one of the best of their entire repertoire Ten liK specialties Prices 15 25 and 35c urphysboro III Republican Era How S hitS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re V rd fur any calC of Catarrh that can iiutbe uururt by Malls CatarrliCure P J mlNEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J uhetiey for the last 15 years and litlltvu him perfectly honorable in all liiHJniiKi transactions and financially jtile to carry out any obligations made tV their firm IriggistsTnledoWholesale druggists Toledo Olio llallV Catarrh Cure ia tnfccu inter inlly acting directly upon the blood nud mucos surfaces of the system peroouleunits Family Pills aro the best 1m UI F1BroWerCoE1 LEXINGTON KY Honesty w Is the corner tlone of morality of rellcion of law and of busi ness We attribute our remarkable success with great pride to our record of honest dealing and fair prices to all We Think more of the good will of tbe people who come to our store titan of the volume of business although the two things natur ally go together Any enter prise which lisa as its bulkWalk the good will ard the kind words of its customers must prow to be a big success There Is Much difference between this and other stores Our advertisements indicate most vividly though limited the great difference ini ipricesJ i I But The Difference ia Varieties Differ j clce in Styles Differ ence in Prices Can Only Jbe aDprev ciated by avisitto ouistdref44q F1BroworCo11 MAJK JLND BROADWAY XINa1ONIJlY I b BIG rUWflTUKE SYTOICATE Orgiclzed By Hatktim Kite anl fhll Straias Ouin of Stores to te lifiUbhrf In Oho Mr Maf ham filler for nrany years asspciafed in the active management of the large furniture store of C F Brewer Co has resigned his position to take the management of a dozen or so large furniture stores to be organized throughout Ohio and Penn sylvania The new firm with which he has associated himself will go into existence with a capital stock of a quar ter of a million dollars which will be actually expended in furnishings Tne other members of the firm be- Sides Mr Miller wilt be his brother Clifton Miller of Chicago Phil Strauss of the Kaufman Clothing Company and his two brothers Ben and Max Strauss both of Ha mil ton Ohio The Messrs Miller will attend to the active management of the furniture stores In which business both have been omL nsntiy successful The Strauss broths JiJng inHamiltpn have a chain of mammoth clothing stores in that State in which large capital has been Invested and they now propose to add a chain of furniture stores to their circuit Mr Markham Miller has been contemplating accepting the proposi tlou for the past four months and has gone carefully over the field and if confident of success The new syndicate will start busi ness with a half dozen stores which will be immediately increased to eight and perhaps within a year or eo to fifteen or more The company will be organized with a capital of 250000 or 5300000 which will be added to as he stores increase They will handle the highect quality of goods and will pur chase their stocks from the MayStern syndicate the bead of which is related to the Messrs Strauss Mr Phil Strauss will remain with the Kaufman Clothing Company of this city of which he is a partner His brother Ben Strauss is president of one of the largest banks in Hamilton and is director in various corporations thereClifton Miller was formerly located in Lexington with C F Brower Co hut is now manager of the mail order department of the M L Nelson Fur niture Companyof Chicago which is tho largest commission furniture company in the world Markham Miller is one of the most successful young business men in Ken tucky There is no man in Lexington who has more friends than be and his departure from Lexin ton will cause regret to those w ho at the same time will rejoice with him at the opportuni ty that is now opening for him He entered Browers thirteen years ago in a minor capacity He rapidly rose to the management of the house with the active management of which he became associated five years ago Under his management the business hiss inure Ulan doubled and the capaci ty of the house has doubled This firm is one of the largest advertisers in the State Mr Miller will remain at Browers until January or as soon thereafter TIB possible and the placing of the new stores in Ohio and Pennsylvania will Le inHe has not definitely decided what point in Ohio will be his head quarters His numerous friends in Lexington wish him all success Mr Miller lies been associated with nearly every movement In recent years looking toward the further development of the business interests 01 Lexington and his departure will mean a distinct loss to the business and social circles of Lexington Lex ington Herald KIRKSVILLE Miss Lena Hendrix is ill of feyer Miss Simms of Springfield is visit ing Miss Ella May Burton Wade Terrill sold his farm to Thos Grady of this place Price 8000 The meeting which has been held at the Christian church closed last uight The primary passed off quietly here The weather was bad and the vote was light White carried this precinct- Mrs W P Prewitt brought your correspondent a dozen fine home grown tomatoes on the twentyfirst day of November Tba ladies of the Baptit church will have a Thanksgiving cfleringThureday at the Baptist church in connection with the Ladies Missionary Society TIle Kirksville Band has secured the services of Prof Riggs of Franklin Ind Prof Pnyie the former leader resigned to take a position in Tennes see Tho Harris Minstrel Company wifj bo at Shepherdi Hall again during tle holidays The people were well pleased and requested a repetition 9f the per formance 7 lo table Ben Gulley is very low with typhoid fever His attending physician Dr Bosley and Mr A D Jones took him to the Richmond Infirmary Monday Messrs J B Walker and W W a hardwaredBrowi Mr Brown will leave Kirks yule about January 1st The Pastor Rev Joe Armstead has ben holding a good meeting at time Cliristlnn church which resulted in six additions The converts will be baptized at Morans Mill Saturday morning Mrs B P Hall of Tampa is the guest of her sister Mrs Alice Faris Mre Hall is on her way to loin her husband in the new home at Kensing ton N C She formerly lived in Kirksvillo and all her friends here are glad to see her asrain Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Trice 25 cen- tsMATRIMONIAL t GdicCox 8ainCox and Miss Eliza i i mariiedlayMiVToLAimSflttOfl Milton and Jliss Allio Likes were married at the brilles home oiflted tick Thursday- LunDEDMANTlme marriage ot Mr CIaDedmalloccurre i Cincinnati onJut Tuesday at one oclock t After the ceremony the happy couplo eft for a trip Last after which thfeyVIUgo to housekeeping on Mr Lairs farm near CyHthiaua The groom is well remembered here having attended Central Univenkr for sev eral years and was a most popular young maim both at school and socially His bride is said to be a lovely and ac complished young lady and is a gen eral favorite since leaving coll RO The CLIMAI speaks for llf Lairs flumes ous fri iads here in wishing hint sad lila britn long and happy years ofjiirHedHfe 4 i 4Ii lilt Roy C White Oss Keel kceit Cowl Oerfc There was never probably a warmer race for a nomination nor a long campaign carried on with as little hard feeling between the candidates and their supporters as the one which closed Saturday with the primary when Mr Roy C White secured the nomination for County Clerk The campaign opened early in the spring with Sour candidates announced Messrs George D White Daniel H Breck Roy 0 White andS ILThorpe The Democratic voters of Madison county naves had four better men to pick from nor could four be found more evenly matched in strength Unfortunately for Mr George D White he lost much time during the summer so that to the regret of his many friends and euppoiters he retired from the race early in September His fol lowing divided among the remaining candidates made them of equal strength It was so evenly divided that many who knew the strength of each candi date and were familiar with the whole subject predicted that at the finish there would not be one hundred votes between the first and last man Since the regular election the campaign grew hotter every day but it reached fever heat Friday On Thursday afternoon rumors of withdrawals began to gain currency so that on Friday a regular court day crowd gathered in town At two oclock the nnnonncementthat Mr Thorpe had withdrawn from the race caused great consternation not only among his own supporters but among those of his opponents None knew who would get his vote and the final result seemed as much guess work as ever Saturday was a wet disagreeable day and was as dull as any other election day but considering tbe weather an unusually good vote was polled showing that the majority of the voters were interested to the very last The result showed a majority cf 382 in fe vor of Mr White Mr Rv C White the successful candidate is a Democrat tried and true He is an upright Christian gentlemen and one who believes that pub lic office is a public trust In giving the nomination to such a man the Democratic party can make no mIS- take and his victory over any other is already assured Below we give the yote in the county byprecincts tj- o t1PREOINOTS0 CourtHouse6 36 West End67 52 University GO 130 East End 36 0- 0Chenault42 28 Forest Hill66 26 White Hall52 48 McCreary 92 40 Tipton ss 1- 0Kavannugh81 54 VacoiiBrasslield29 2- 1Bearwallow55 9 2- 8Kingston54 80 Blue Lick45 2- 1Bereag i- sClay57 2- 0Dtmcannon40 2- 0Burnam68 66 Tevis 79 2- 1Crutcher64 88 Poosey o i- gNewby49 5- 1Biggerstaff81 2- 7Total1371 989 Majority 882 Thorpe received 20 votes Wanted You to call and see a drop head Singer sewing machine good as new left at our store by party leaving town You can buy this machine at a bargain for cash Call at the Singer Store No 104 Main St Richmond Ky It Oocbel Hontanent tonmJsjioa The Goebel Monument Commission which met at Frankfort last week ad journed Thursday morning until December 2nd when it will meet and award the contract for the monument The bids were all opened and designs examined by the Commissioners present The designs have been placed in charge of the historical society in order that some of the Commissioners who were unable to be present tuny exam- Ine them before the meeting to award he contract Organ Question Settled The withdrawal of Rev J W McGar vey president of the Bible Collide of Kentucky University from the Broad way Christian church became final Sunday when that church by a voteof gui to 202 adopted the organ fur use in worship He oppose J it on Scriptural grounds being noted throughout the denomination for his utterances against ftFor thirty years the church which he organized and of which he was first pastor and always an elder observed his wish but weeks ago those favoring instrumental music demanded a vote President McGarvey immediately demanded a letter transferring his mem bership to another church where there is no organ conditional On the vote Two factious developed In the church and the campaign was Intense Rev J W Zachary late Prohibition condidate for Congress has also with drawn and Prof Henry H White former president of Kentucky and others say they will leave the church when the organ is initialled 1IIgh1yiecommenddPAxIS 22 1902 Mr Jouett Manager Grand Opera House Richmond Ky Dear Mr JouettI wish to specially ecouwfid to you and your patrons the Herald Square Stock Company which plays In your house the coming week It is one of time best repertoire companies I have eveqil yedThe specnltles they pin troduce are not equaled by any repc toire company on The road and la themselves are worth the sdsaiswon price It is RB evenly balanced own pany and what is roach to be desired nowadays they are all ladles aad gen tlemen I am writing this entirely unsolicited on the part of either Mr Harrison or Mr Hitter and solely beeaase I tbljak it Is due them froM me t MraeeUy hope JOB will be able to give them packed houses during their eagvge meat with you for they deserve it Wfefeiux you fcccew with yaUr house I am Very TJldJIi It ShM4 KJi t II htj d t1 PERSONAL Judge Charles H Breck was in Lex ington last week- Attorney Charles Miller of Lexing ton was in the city last week Miss Ethel Watts of Ohileeburg Is the guest of Miss Carlisle Ohenault Rev Horace G Turner and family spent last Wednesday in icholaaville MisaSara Stone Walker of Green ville Miss is the guest of Mrs W W WattsSMiss Mable Strotber of Louisville Is the charming guest of Miss Margaretta Smith Miss Bell Grayes of Versailles was the guest last week of Mrs Neville MoberlyMiss Alexander of Bonham Texas is visiting Miss Stella Dunn on High street Mre David Chenault of near town is visiting her daughter Mrs J W Elmore at Lancaster Mr and Mrs CH Chenault were guests last week of Mr and Mrs J W Elmore at Lancaster Mrs W T Hanna has returned to her home in Harrodsburg after a lengthy visit to relatives here Miss Elizabeth Walker of Jessamine Institute was the guest of Miss Ber thenia McCord this week Mrs B 1 Middelton was in Shelby yule last week visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D N Sharp Miss Mary Culton returned to Lex ington Monday to resume her studies in the Business College Mrs Joseph Gott and children of Hinton West Virginia are visiting Mr and Mrs J K Gentry Mrs R Lee Davis and little son Thomas of Lexington have been visiting Miss Kate Davis at Waco Misses Mattie Tribble and Laura Bennett are the guests of Mrs John Hooe Russell in Huntington W Va Mr and Mrs J P Turner of Nicho lasville will enjoy Thanksgiving din nerWith Rev H G Turner and wife Mr Leslie Rice who is studying pharmacy in Louisville came home Saturday to spend a week with home folksMiss Annie Christian of Lexington is the guest of her Aunt Miss Patty Stephenson for the Thanksgiving holi days Messrs Gilbert and Letcber Grin stead will spend tomorrow with their sister Mrs James Turner near Nicbo lasvilleMrs P Holtzclaw has returned to her home at Burgin She was called here bv the serious illness of her sister Miss Kunkle Mrs Tom Hubbard and little son Sam Barnes have returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Hamilton and Dayton 0 Mr Ballard H Luxon who attended the Convention of Vehicle and Hat ness Dealers in Cincinnati went on to Chillicothe Ohio for a visit to friends The following personal taken from the Shelby Sentinel contains the names of two persons well known in Rich mond where they attended Central University Rev Belt married Miss Lottie Witherspoon now deceased He will return to his work as Mission ary to Cores while Mr Logan and wile go to China Rev Eugene Bell will leave on November 24th and join Rev and Mrs Chas A Logan at Oma ha From there they go to San Francisco and sail on tbe Steamship China December BrdIBIRTHS BAKES Mr and Mrs Ben L Banks are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy For Rent Four rooms to sept cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co fSold Toleriay Westover Terrace the home of the late Dr A Wilkes Smith was sold yes ferday Mr Thomas J Smith was the purcnaser the price being 7900 Estny Two twoyearold steers weight about 850 or 000 pounds Branded on hip with large 0 Any information or their return will be rewardedRoy WHITE Started to Work The Consolidated Bluegrass Traction Company has gone to work in earnest and is surveying lines out of Lexington to Paris Franklort and Mt Ster ling The Frankfort and and Suburban railway passed into the hands of the Consolidated Company Monday and will be operated in connection Loss of Flesh When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo hi you must eat fat ScoWs Emulsion isa great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh ytissuesEmulsion incrUStS them all bonelksh blood and nerveFor invalids for con consumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fotfable food and a natural tonic Scotts Emulsion for bone Besh blood and nerve We willseud yow a free sample pc4wnIathe wmpp 1 fwM by- scorr OwN1 CHCM- Kn409PtariSLNT L ejtr I ti t rDr Hobso4 dentist noxt door to GovernmenMpuilding 1 sif Richmond Ky j Bring In you t od suit and trousers and have thernceanedd pressed thy the new process STOUFFER MAntEB Tailors C M Wiseman Son Loading Jewelers of Loulsyilte have just gotten out aNew Catalogue embracingjjvery thing In the Jpwelry line If iyon want a handsome article suitable for a Christmas preseztnt most reasonable prices write lor a catalogue 132 W MarketStreet Louisville Ky novV2mo rat Rent Brick residence number four on the Campus formerly occupied by Ro P McCord In good repair large garden stable water and gas Terms reason able Apply to OCtltf JACKSOX ROBERTS Fit Sale Desiring to dinpose of my property and move West I offer for sale the Shepherd Hotel nine Ky on Main street Good accommodations with good garden and vatcr supply and suf ficient outbuildings Good trade and increasing Call on or address S L Tunon Proprietor sept7tf Irvine ky New Brick I have just burned a kiln of 200000 No1 brick Pletise call and see my brick if you have any building to do They are the largo brick and will gain marIklDelivered anywhere in city limits Yard on Irvine street oct29 4t SAML RICE Stouffer Mailer are turning out more suits overcoats and trousers to measure than all the others GEESE WANTEDv Bring in your Geese and Ducks Will pay the highest market price Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Kv Inthedayofold- When Knights wer 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 ewajed the world Jewelry hold sublime facinatiou for everybody We have all kinds you will admire at prices you will regard with fuvor Corny Iand see tbe handwork of the best gold and silver smiths in the land Jewelry Is somethingyou should buy of one in whom ypn not only have confidence but who has the necessary knowledge to tell good from bad Years of experience give us that knowledge tf LT E LASs Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of L W Hill are requested to present same verified as is required by law to the nndeniigned on or be fore the 1st day of Jaruary 1003 Parties indebted to the estate of J W Hill will please call promptly on the undersigned and pay same without costs T C Ulossip Exor of tf J W Hill OLD JOE WHISKY IHnnd made Soar Mash drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best FurnisimedStrictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 3 5II 44jugs 250 5U bottles 3c2 IIjn s 210 Orders promptly filled PropOldBIcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky rCoaI aitif Feed V We have added Hay Corn ant Feed Stuff to our Coal business on JAepen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens o Richmond and Madison county this class of goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle eattyvUle and the ArtemusJeJllcoI Black Raven Coal service jftill weight Give us a cal- lBeattyville Coal Co JACK FREEMAN Telephone 184 nov 2G3moI Public Sale As executor of the estate of my father Geo M Will ging I will offer at Public Sale to the highest and best bidder on turQ yDmmD r 1 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 applying to the undersigned and will until date of sale be sold in any quantity to suit buyersTerms made known on day of sale P L WillgingExecutor r RoBD 2ALD Of Clay Herd of Sheep On account of the death of my late partner Mr James W Smith the part nership business of the firm of Smith Powell must be settled There fore I will offer at Public Sale CountyStock Ky on- Wednesday Dec 3 J902 about 1000 oclock a m the famous Cassius M Clay Herd of Pure South- down sheep consisting of 100 choice Ewes all bred to Imported Bucks Not a mean sheep in the herd superiorinwill be sold in pens of five to the highest and best bidder Parties at a dis tance may send sealed givenfairsheep must be sold and will be sold without re serve or bTbid and are subject to inspection at any time W G POWELL Surviving Partner Smith KyboxAuctioneer JJL Watson18 and 20 N Upper Lexington Ky Special Sale of Black Dress Goods This Week Granite Cloths 55 inches wide for SI regular price 150 Canvas weaves at 125 worth S175 iSiciilinn 60inches a superb quality at 75c sold for 125 hmip orlt and Clay Worstedsthie best wearing material that over went SilkyZiberlioesspecially low pricesColored Dress Goods Newest Weaves Newest Colorings Newest FabricsNewest Ideas ScotchHomoCrepesVuilesmuch in demand Evening Shades in Liberty Satin all silk worth 125 this sale at 75o New Cloaks and WrapsT- HE NEWEST THINGS IN COATS SUITS SKlRTS AND WRAPS aredISperfect in fit 3 to Sl2The rent clever things in COATS and WRAPS ibis week every new idea tha has ben produced we can give you The Fur Sale is Important The value is extreme Time quality of the skins is superior The work dependabletood J L WATSON BERNHARD LOWENTHAL Maker of Fine Furs You are cordially invited to visit my new Fztllir PIrlorsWhen in Lexington whether you buy or not If you contemplate pleaseyoupete and at driijes much lower than elsewhere in the State Old GaipnentsSeeaodeled at BBpeeally low prices aad each garment receives Its written gura tee MyNew line of tailor StylaWorkmoamisliipVery Best BERNHARD LOWENTHAL CMdeit cI Practka1Fucricr- nlCentraI KcMucky Mail or i i pro ft atttntionI357 W MaJtt Strnt JI JLexington T Ky l j c t I i yr The substantial increase of business in our Dry Goods Department has forced us to enlarge our dress goods No mat ter how big the demand we are prepared for any kind ofa rush Ofcourse our fundamental principles of lower prices hasP not j been overlooked and customers can expect the same range of tvelvety values and bouncing bargains that have made this De lartment famous in the business f Walking SkirtsMade of good quality Oxford skirting medium weight full flounce bottom finished with 14 rows stitching at 375 Walking Skirts made of good quality Black Cheviot extra- full flare bottom finished with 8 rows stitching skirt trimmed f1ltwith pipings of black satin cord ribbon waist band at 499nLadies Walking Skirts made of good quality wool full flounce bottom finished with 4 rons of stitching top of V flounce made in pointed design finished with tttitched yoke 1 4r effect at 499 Black Sateen Skirt 14 in flounce trimmed with 5 ruffles of n same at DDc Black Sateen Skirt made of good quality black f mercerized Sateen 10 inch flounce trimmed with 2 accordion pleated ruffles separate dust ruffle each 149 f Best quality black mercerized Sateen 26 inch accordion ft pleated flounce trimmed with small rushingsat bottom offlounce c separate dust ruffles each 225 Fancy Waistings ie 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 WI Solid colored CORDUROYS in red bluegray brown green white ate 89c yd Persian VELVETS in all beautiful combinations 99c IN Moire Velours 21 in wide in all the latest colorings of the season 9Sc Flannelettes in all tbe latest 1j novelty patterns and colors at 8J 10 and 15c a yd Ladies Purses and Wrist Rags 25 and 49c ChlJdrensPufles with chain5c- Call in and see our goods and be convinced that we have the prettiest line in town OWEN McKEE i GREAT OVERCOAT SALE LOUIS X GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON K Owing to the continued warm weather we are badli OVERSTOCKED Thousands of Overcoats for men and boys at cost an Regardless ofCost Come Early and Get Bargains LOWS GUS STRAU LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON Kl t t i Most Beautiful CJ Line of F lland Winter Goods ever 1efoundThe Best and most up to date markets in Nthe sughtwiththe Dry Goods House pit in Central Ky can out class our vast u5mylinek e The Millinery Department h is in every particular firstclass and lesvjr call before going elsewhere i i E j jfJEE SMITHA tf il u IIju JIII i r PIr1TL 1- i T rasa BrtsSEC- ONI STREET IllONB16S k fJLitnice new st rr n GrQceri t close prices gentS for Boquet flour lie Richmond Climax EDSESDAY NOV 23 1002 Remember tilt cake sale to day Rooms for rent apply Mrs Salli Ward sep 10lf Jnst one month from yesterday will Christmas day Rumor hns It tbattliere 1etP be feral weddings soon D B Shackelford Co agents for Air tight stoves asIiasteide Versailles with an Opera House Besure to go to the cake sale and UIa nice cake for tomorrows din ere Next Monday will be County Court ay Come in and settle up your ac nuts Dont forget the box supper at anion Grove school house tomorrow iRbt Kanawha Salt at L R ilantons oct l3m At the coning term of the Boar n county Circuit Court foutcen die jrce cases will be tried Irvine Estill county is on a boom ncu oil has been found in the sur randing country The Standard Oil Company is pay gSJWOOO per year on leases on oil nds in Kentucky Give us a trial on bookbinding nr prices are very low and work the eatest that can bo done One bucket of coal will mat twenty mr hours in one of D B Shackelfords itj Coals lirtiuht stoves 15 J000 hard brick for sale at f8 per ousand by D C Wiggins Bro In ire at New Opera House or grocery Irvine street oct20l See our handsome hub of samples id piece Roods before you buy your suit or overcoat Prices right STOUEFEK MAULER Tailors Eight killed and twentyone bad injured some mained for life is the cord made for football In October ill they will play Mr John Baxter and wile have no to house keeping on Moberly venue In the house recently vacat by Mrs Stewart The Mission circles of the Christ ie church will give a bazar Decem eriili and 6th Go there and buy ionr fancy articles for Christmas press Lnncaster is preparing to have an ptoclate h xnginjf The sj e imen to hnug up for view will bo James ocker the wife murderer Date for execution has not been set Julging from what people say id fr m different accounts given in e exchanges it seems that near evry one saw the wonderful meteor a week ago but no two saw it alike No play which Daniel FrOhman a ottered the public since the time The Prisoner of Zenda has made more phenomenal S ccesllian hThe ride of Jennico the uieat romantic1 raaia in which James K Hack tt d Bertha Galland wern seen last ar This great play with a strong many special scenery and all the cessones will be presented in this ty iu the near future An orgaiizition has been formed t Dinville under the name of The ientuefcy Lan I awl Mineral Company le purpose of wUichiwill be to hives gate rho formatton of the earth near amnNpleon It is thought that oil ill be found as all indications are ery flittering Iterv G W Boliua eU known Baptist minister is presi ent ot tu company L R Blanton is sole gent for Wilton Jellico coal J3mo t lierliCone TBO sure tobuy your cake for Thanksgiving dinner from the Ladies Mission ary Society PuJWhitleyCOUlltySloan snore JPnre bred Nnrragansett goblers for Bale 200 each oLUXSNov262t y We wIsh to call the attention of our readers totbo advertisement of Sir 3 L Vatson the Lexington merchant Read it carefully for it will be sure to interest you rNo romantic drama even in this day jvhen jomautic dramas are EO mnclftho vogue has made amore do cidcd EUCCCES or won more applause from audiences everywhere than The Pride of Jenuico People like ro mance and a little mediaeval swash buckling to vary the prose of everyday life niul tiioy get it to the full in this drama which is shortly tobegivi n here The play had a long run at Frohmans New York theatre land will be given here intact as regards seen eiy costumes and accessories Wanted Five or six boarders Can furnish icerooms 4tJ N Culton At tIcKets Miss Helen Duncan has accepted a position with the well known dry goods house of Owen McK e where she inr rites alt her friends to see her For Sale SIx extra nica yearling mare mules Also pure blooded iNarragansett turkeys Goblers 2 each hens 125 each P F ADAMS novl2H Waco Ky Committee Meeting Tho Democratic State Executive Committee met at Frankfort yesterday to considerlhe time and manner ot selecting candidates for State offices A Valuable Gift Rev Horace G Turner has presented to the Kentucky Wesvlan College of Winchester Ridpaths Library of TJni ersal Literature and a collection of other valuable books Mere Rural Routes Three rural delivery routes will be established in this State by December One will bo at Carlisle with a route of wenty three miles Ewlng Fleming ounty will have two route To Sing For Elks Miss Minnie Dykes of this city will lug at the memorial Service to be held by the Winchester lodge ot Elks at the pera house in that city Sunday December 7 Sevrr Completed After a great deal of digging and blasting the sewer in Lancaster avenue and Water street is in again The sewer is laid about two feet deeper than it vas before and is graded so as to iu sure perfect drainage Last Wards Your taxes are past duo and to save he penalty they must bo settled at once This is the last warning so please call and settle immediately John F Wagers nov 124t Sheriff A line Piece of Work The special Souvenir and Trade Edition of the Shelby Sentinel of November 20th has reached our table and It is a credit to all of Shelby county The work is all of the finest and edI- tor Lewis hits canso to feel proud of his special edition At Work The Big Hill Coal Company began l nyinc steel on its Brush Creek railroad en November 20 They hope to reach heir first coal station by December 1st and to complete the ontiro road and have it in running order by the New year strayed or Stolen From Red House Tuesday Nov 11 a black mare 3 rs bid with enlarge mont on left forcrtee joint Liberal rewardfar any information leading to her recovery T V Boudinot J WMartin Waco Ky 2tCollego Hill Ky Farm Sold The farm belonging to Mrs Lucy R MartIn on the Berea and Paint Lick pike was sold by the Mater Gommifj sioner last Wednesday Mike Notf was the purchaser the price being 0700 The farm contains one hundred and fortyfive ncies of laud with a good dwelling and Dnrn Stock Sales William Hudson of Adair bought 34 head of SOOpound cattle here Mutt day of David Dunn at 325 per hundred Leave yfnr order with K Deather age Co for your Thanksgiving tur key fI g J E Oeatherage Co t Order It NowA pcj The TURKEY is the center of attraction at theThanksj J4L giving table To gefetliebest W Turkey in the market you it should order it now anc l have fMis choose one tbat willsuityou tJ Cranberries and leITit i U gi with the Turkey j e have have the whitest Celery and them s perfect Gran berries that can be found in t I town J i 5 1 I J FiiesbOystcrsI t tJ tNuts Raisins Dried Fruits 1 Goods in actSthing for the toble may lie J store 1 tJ fg1P91at our J I E Deatherage Co J i I t 1 V m 1I m 7 m 7I m7 mm m O rr Il I THE SHOE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS l J 1 th 4 CiuC C 4 C C C C C CLC C C C C C Largest Stock In Madison County To Select Prom r The Worlds Finest + For Men is TilE IIANAN SHOE This famous Shoe won first prize at the Paris Exposition as the Worlds Finest Shoe and is J recognized as such by well dressed men every + where Newest styles always here at 500 550 and 600 c Florshim Shoes Justly cassed among the worlds finest footwear Very elegant stylish and durable at i2 400 and 500 v Walk=Over Shoes l Another prize was won at the Paris Exposition byWalkOvers for the finest and best shoes at the price Many styles here to choose from at tl 350 and 400Q BiltWell Shoes 1 Name fits the shoeit is built well 4IA rare combination of Style and Quality at low prices 250 to 300 tt ij 43 fj 75 i F Sraycd or Stolen From my place about three weeks ago a pale rod dehorned cow about seven years old weight about 1100 pounds Liberal reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned tf Ben Uoro Richmond Ky For Sale I have placed iti my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached standing iu E til county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land in a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whale or separ ate to suit purchaser Everett Witt SmoItichmond Ky Pure Article In this issue of the CLIMAX appears advertisement of Capt Wiley Seamy proprietor of The Old Joe distillery at MclSraver Anderson county Cap tain Searcy furnishes his goods fclrictly 10 the family trade and every drop is pure The Old Joe plant is the oldest in Anderson county having been established iu ISIS Captain Scarcys whiskey is the kind to keap in the family for medicinal purposes One trial will please See price list elsewhere Doinj Away With TreatIes Along with the other improvements the Louisville mid Atlantic is making in the road and the train service it tins been decided to replace all the wooden trestles on the road with fills For this purpose a steam plow was recently purchased Iud will be jutto work tit once In making the ciuiuge it will not only make the road much safer but will be less expensive than keeping a large crew of carpenters continually at work repairing trPBtlea A U01d PoInt Suit has beet filed in Louisville agiinst a uumbor of insurance companies which Involves a novel point of law The warehouses of Peaslee Gnulbort were burned April 1st rho insurance policies expired at neon The fire which destroyed the buildings broke out at 1155 by standard time or 1212 by sun time The companies have refused to pay claiming the policies hall expired The firm claims that standard limo should be considered ind that the policies were still in force For County Teachers to Ran crIIt seems that a great many in the county do not understand about one of the changes recently made in the school laws in regard to institute week It is necessary now to teach twenty full weeks not counting thin week of the teachers institute Under the old law if school opened before the institute was held the teacher was al lowed to count that week as one week of teaching The new law requires the teacher to work twenty weeks or nile hundred lull dave and until that is doiio the session is not considered fin ished Wlo Killed Cock Robin Mr Elmer Deatherage went out to spend a few days with his friend lloyd- Vagoralast week to slaughter tho mil lion Or so birds that were said to be in that section They put In several days hunting and got the birds and ever since each one hilLs been arguing that he bagged the same Not tlut they didnt get enough hints to go around but because each claims to be n crack shot and wanted all the honor Mr Wugers says that bo can kill more birds in a day than Elmer Deatherage can count and Mr Deatherage says that fie was killing birds years before Boyd WagerS was horn and that Mr Wagers would shoot and claim the birds that Mr Deatherngo had already kiled The question as to who really did the work on this occasion will probably remain an unsolved mystery Tho Hunters no doubt enjoyed the sport I immensely but their enjoyaunt is nothing compared to tbe pleasuro their friends hiivd gotten out of the argue p inenttiij i oC X To Resume The Valley View Argent will make its appearance this week after n sos pension of about two months Editor Sowers has recently installed a plant of his own and will hereafter have his printing done at home The paper would have appeared some time ago esceptfor the editors severe illness Elected President Col Eel Walker of Garrard county one of time most enthusiastic lovers of the chase in time country was elected president of the National Fox Hunters Association at the annual meet at Bowling Green last week Mr Woods Walker of Paint Lick is one of the time directors of the Association To Het Here On next Tuesday and Wednesday the District Missionary and League Conference will be held at tho Metho dist church Quito a number of preach ereand laymen will be heie and a most Interesting program has been made out for both day and evening services Dr J L Weber of Winchester will deliver an address Monday night Wednesday night Bishop Morrisson of Louisville will speak Every ono is invited to attend Another Mill to Start W J Roberts Cooof Frankfort have purchased the saw mill plant of the Barker Cedar Company at Valley View and are putting it in shape for next seasons run The plant has been in the hands of a receiver for two years The whole mill will be ovcr hauled and repaired and will be ready to start by the time the logs can be had Tho starting up of the mill will give employment to a large number of men and will be a great help to the business peono of Valley Vinw Almost Ready The first regular train between Beat tyville and Irvine will be put on next Monday December 1st The new service will make no change in the running of trains on thla end of the road Tho new train will run from Beattyvillo Junction on the Lexing ton Eastern through Beattyville and will meet the East bound train at Irvine Time new track is being straightened up and ballasted and telegraphic connection will be made this week Killed in hstIhl Lounty C M McCrearyof Million this county was shot and kiKed by Robert Dil lin ham colored at Kings Station Estill county Saturday afternoon It is said that the trouble started some time ago from some unknown cause Mr McCreary went up to Estill on tha noon train Saturday where he met Dil lingham and the quarrel was renewed One hal a knife and the other a shot gun and after dodging about for some minutes Dilllngham got a fair shot at his opponeLt emptying the whole load in his abdomen Dillingham went tb Irvine that night and surrendered to the authorities Qosft of Kaaapnent Mr E N Fuqua who line been manager of the Richmond Telephone Company since last February has been transferred to Lebanon Tenni his old home Ho will be succeeded here by Col G W Gates of Silver Creek The change will not bo made until the first of tha year as Mr Gates who is at work ut the head office in Nobhville will not be ready to return until that time Mr Fuqna during his residence here has mado a great many friends who regret to know that he is gclng to leave Under his able managmept the telephone system in tbe county line grown rapidly and has improved so that we now have one of behest plantain the State RELjqiOUS Rev J WMcGarvcy Jr will preach at the White Oak Pond church next Sunday Thanksgiving services will be held at the Baptist church tomorrow morning Rev Dr DpOgc of the Preebyteriita church will peefo tbeseron orot 3 I tr I of in 2 3 4 at were to you 25 75 on see a of in for men feet for a t7I 7I 71 71 7iI 8 Sues the Railroad A suit for 16000 was recently filed at Lancaster against time Louisville Nashville railroad Company Frank Moss of that city claims that two or three cases of typhoid fever in his fam ily both last year and again this summer were due to the foul condition of a pond located on one side of the rail road track and in time immediate vi cinity of his residence The affirms that improper drainage piemises is due to the raIlr ming in a quantity water which has developed into a stagnant cesspool Strawberries For Thanksgiving The question as to whether we are having spring or winter has bothnred many of us during last few weeks of beautiful weather As a proof that the seasons are really reversed Miss Nellie Chenault brought the CLIMAX a ripe strawberry which she found on Lancaster aveune Saturday The strawberry was as perfectly formed and as tempting as any ever seen in May A good many people in town have been eating green beans and other summer vegetables for several days Violets and other wild flowers are blooming every where and now since strawber ries have come again we would not be surprised to see the festive watermelon reappear on our streets Famous Herd to be Sold Mr W G Powell surviving member of the well known firm of Smith Powell owners of the famous Cassius M Clay herd of pure bred Southdown sheep advertises the herd for sale in orJer to settle up the business of theold firm The sale will take place at tbe Madison County Stock Yards next Wednesday December Srd at ten oclock lIme herd consists of one hundred choice ewes all bred to imported bucks They will be sold in pens of five to the highest and best bidder without reserve or bybid Parties at dititance are invited to send sealed bids which will begiven fair treatment This herd has no superior in tbe country as tha taken at all tho great stock shows attest An excellent is offered to stock men to secure the best Guns and Guns Bcecharn Lackey had an Imposing array at artillery on exhibition at the ofllce of time county jail morning There were shot puns of va rious shapes and sizes taken by time town officers from the friends of Ben Chenault who was in jill rr shooting Wilson Hall It teems that a report wta circulated at Foxtonu to the ef felt that an attempt would be made on Tuesday night to tako Ulienajlt out of jail and to prevent it a great crowd of his friends came to town armed to time teeth Fearing serious trouble would result the officers started in to cloar tho streets about midnight Most ot the loafers were started home and sxne were relieved of their arms The guns were all of ancient pattern and wire loaded to the limit It was a question in some cases whether the titan in front of the gun or the man be Mod it would have been the victim Interested In Eslill ExChief Justice J H Hazelrigg of Fankfort was in the city Jce his retirement from the Court of Appeals Judge Hazelrigg has become interested in oil and is one of the proI tniMers in the development of the new Qlill county field Ten gentlemen Judge Hazelrigg and C W Mjler of this city have formed a crthipany known as The Estill County 01 and Gas Company to develop this niiw field Two wells have been put dcwn and have shown oil after surpris ingly little drilling The first came in al90 feet and time second at about niuelv For a long time Estill county hits been viewed as a possible field for- o development Gas has issued from fitienresTh the earth and oil has been en on the creeks in the 0 the new companys The p oiuoiers believe tht they have a t u We are for your footwear trade with the largest line of Mens Boys Boots and Shoes in Madison county Our great assortment of styles makes it to findwhat you want and our wide range of sizes inall widths shapes insures an comfort able fit for every foot And our prices quality will attract the patronage of every careful buyer who inspects our stock TRY US FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR BOOTS LEATHERFELT RUBBER A careful selection extra values Calf Kip and Stoga boots at 250 350 and Boys Boots saving prices Our FELT BOOTS Bought great advantage willsave to cents every pair Come We also show complete stock Rubber Boots Overshoes everything thats good winter foot wearables and boys Bring your f- itGOVINGTON BANKS 7rF 7fF 1 plaintiffI these premiums opportunity Wednesday Saturday- S including neighborhood holdings 1kHSrld bidding and strongest and easy and easy and and and and and Killing at Btarwallow A fight occurred at Bearwallow Saturday morning in which William Coylo was shot and killed by William Turner a nineteenyearold boy Turner and four friends the Baker brothers and Powell brothers who were with him at the time are now in the county jail awaiting their examining trialwhIch will probably be held today rurner claims that the shooting was done in self defense No one knows exactly how tbe trouble started but it is said that Turner and his friends wero try ing to get away They had climbed a fence and when Coylo and hIs brother wero almost on them Turner drew his pistol and shot William Coyle was about thirtyfive years old and was married Institute of Bible Lectures President Burris A Jenkins has been engaged to deliver a course of lectures at time First Christian church this week his themo being The Life of Christ The first lecture will be delivered to morrow Thursday evening The course includes six lectures as follows 1 He That Should Come 2 Jesus the Ideal Teacher 3 Jesusthe Prophet and Poet 4 Jesus the Priest and Friend 5 Jesus tile King 0 Christ in the Twentieth Ceutury President Jenkins is a popular speaker and is well known here where he has delivered addresses on several occasions The people of the city are to be congratulated on having this opportunity to bear him again Death of Miss Fannie Wallace For a second time in a few short weeks the people of Paint Lick are bowed down by a great sorrow We mourned with her over the untimely death of her best loved citizens Dr C E Poyntz who was cut off iu the strength of bis young manhood Now as a community we bow with her over the taking away of one of her most at tractive and admirable figures Miss Fannie Wallace who some time ago gave herself to missions and was called home while serving her Master in Mex leo Her death ie peculiarly pathetic as she went away against the earnest pretest of her parents and friends She wrote a long bright letter home and before it reached the loved ones site had gono to the house of many man slono She would allow no message to come to her mother as she knew tbe end from the beginning anti was thoughtful for her comfort to her last breath The many letters of sympathy and love from the strange land which Miss Wallace had adopted as her mission show that site had found anti made warm friends and strong attachments and that she was not as a stranger In a strange land The procession which bore her to her last resting place was said to be more like beautiful float than a funeral cortege the hearse boo lag hung with wreathes and garlands It should be a comfort to the grief stricken parents to know that she was loved and appreciated Miss Fannie Wallace went as a Missionary from the Associate Reform church at Paint Lick Old New Hope of which she was an honored member Her life though short hiss not failed in the lee son it leaves to her friends and companions It was spent in happiness and the services she rendered wiire joj ous ones Her burdens were bnrno Inpatient submission so much so that we almost forgot that hue had them Always bright and happy she met and performed her duty however li jiru or forbidding to the best of Jier knowl edge and ability Such a life Is never lost however short it may tje and we are glad It was oar privilege to have knows her who lived Us DEATIiS FAKBIS Mr H B Farrls notice of whose death has bees recurved here was a native of this e1Ye is survived by a wife said tfiree children Let us BM 4fc t eatttt lek like sew y e phei ii STeer K 4 M JiiiLiw T W Q JL I J 200 to 3 25 300 Boys 75c 6 Boys 10 SOc OF p isl to Cash Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per poundTEN STORE Next door to Government Bldg Out on Three Accounts While the Primary election talk was at its hottest last Friday afternoon and when all sorts of stories were go- Ing around n gentleman on time street to to tell a good one on a welt known young Republican in this city It waa durinc n Democratic primary- a year or so ajjo when every body was worked up to Ufa highest pitch The Voting man in question was teaching a school out in a country district He was not yet of age being only twenty years old but as his family were the stancbest Republicans in the county it would be supposed that ha would take uoparl In a IHutuoso He became d11terestedI that betintjn many telling his and witch the election came off although be was not of age a Kepnbllcan and out of his he walked up and cast hiq vote like anybtber good itcnbcrat and BO one said a word HO link voted several times since and has done valiant service for the Republican party and if that p tyevaIeJ tsi itiqthcr Con bTeaemdn thu I3striI wo hope he will be the maan Ijf rwUlj it all it Ban1 be dnfecLhmwMs Democrat A the lie ever iseaid tell of ThJe4thathi8friendaa eMe- td by ewt vote itawed v x i ft We ask special to our great line- ofAmoskeag 3 Shoes Many shapes to select from Alltsolid leather good looking durable fo and low priced 150 175 and 2 Strong Work Shoes Made for hardest service and well save you dimes and quar ters on every pair 7 100 and 125 High Cut Shoes L Select stock of good shoes for mud rain and snow extra values at tJ 2 225 and 250 Boys Footwear All kinds and grades from cheapest to finest Boots Shoes and Rubbers made to stand hardest knocks from strongest boys 7f iy 7I7I ffi v 7I 7I 7 8Iel IIe1eleQ eT ELDERS IIE CLOTHINGII IlWJ pairs Mens Pants 75c Suits to I100 Knee Pants to 500 and Boys Overcoats cheap jIft 9 SEE OUR STOCK I QUILTS BLMTC Etc 1 Dont Fail To Visit IiIillery Department I And See AlllThS New And Nobby Styles RespecffullySubrnitted the Trade J3ELDER occasion DeinocratiSjrimary Tavdrifes precinct on- ceabyAktWad mno- stnnconMi4Umoatst whMthyeistag- Repu4 attention Mens For Rent Cottage at tho corner of Main and Tates Creek Avenue formerly occut pied by Mayor D R Tevis for ren after January 1 1903 MBS GEezCy AJJokk ArwstV Deputy Sheriff R WVCbJyer broke another tecord last week when he drove six miles made two arrests and started to town with his prisoners with in fortyfive minutes after the first call came Great excitement prevailed in tbe Foxtown neighborhood when Wilson Hall tbe young farmer was shot by Ban Cbenault The friends of Hall telephoned the Sheriff immedi atelv fearing that Ch nault would justistartedlie lost no time in getting his horse and then did the best six miles that was ever made OB the Lexington pike He drove straight to Cheuatild house where lie found him and him friend Ueo Million both of whom were jjteeed under arrest They got into tfee bUtO Mart Pack jut one lions after the 8b k UK ecemrre ad forty ive minutes after thai pteriff WM tiled The prisoners feared they would CoIyerpromIstolle otto Mteeia either they raced bck Is tewa and fended his etaatgea aiefir Sa Uiecoun ty jail Time JlatJiwrt XMM Mrtight Moire at D BIbaekC4irH an- yialtti and bsieta jaanbs t lMV h At The New Opera House Uncle Josh Sproceby The realistic saw mill scene in Un cle Josh Spruceby the Down Easn pbiy comes nearer to the genuine a ticle than any of the many stage effects now before tFiepublic In fact so real is theSG loch buzz saw that one of the actors of the play had his right performanceply nowadays is compte e without eomethlngin the way of mecbanicnl effects Uncle Josh Spruceby hays claim to onq of tho most novel scenes of any pieces OB the rOM this season A fun and entirely practical raw niiil is placed upon the stage and appropri slIperiorstagerescued from her perilous position ac the climax of tho act tbe hearty ni planae gives evidence of the apprecln tkwig of thfa ace of staRO realism At the New Opera Bowe oa Thursday eyenJn Deeekii4tb What a a1iee1 pretty gui k the her hSprnCtUby was you lfaaethavaffairs And ia that saw mill scene stsjttoferlMk leftiulljlCTtirkef emukerrks celery and nil e irituisthe en 1JIu SicjC 1r re iiIF 1rPU I PROFESSIONAL CARDS r TOiNrYS RW MILLERATroR2EwATLAW RICHMOND KKirrucrr- OHco n the Barnam Building next door to armerB National Bank feb3lr SlILLIV NJA iTTOBNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co opt osite Court House on Main Street O D M OliENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OlfirH on Secwul street over Chen iiIt grocery W R LETCHER Attorney afL w RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffOffice over Taylor Hros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOnNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY mice In John Bennett old law office orer Terry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KXHTUCKY uicein the Dr Hobson building M InStreet JI C JASPER M n Medicine and Surgery Oflue Stoufler Buildinir Main Street cplione at residence the Can place on Broadway tuHMOSD KENTUCKY V EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON iCIIMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Nrs E OYance D O Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust B dg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Qraiaates Southern School of Ostheopathy DEnTAL STTIiGSET FT 0 atrtLc coot DENTIST or LoUISVILLE KY syQtce next door to Government Building rtlchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to i novl7ly c Harry M Blanton DENTIST WOffice in Bennett Building IDly TELEPHONE 196 1R BANDMAN Hotel Ynu Wednesday De inlJr lO1902 f Taken Up Taken up as estray a small brown Bucking mare mule was taken up on Tuesday Oct 7 Ownei can have same 1y properly proving ownership and paying charges J II Allman- tf Chief of Police ATTfNTIHN Wo have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street toIthe Garnett House btoreroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons Wo will continue to tiny the highest market price fur PoultryHides and other Produce Gve 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 2ljBulv RICHMOND KY OFFICE nouns Da m to to m p r LL MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Kings New Discovery 3011 Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other 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 Priest 50c Ii 1 Trial Bottl TIM TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jjfij IitisArbackle Simmons Searcv k Hamilton IOCS Powell J W Master I V Whitlock John Burton lloberte J W Teater J W Prewitt U A Wearren C C McWharter EarlyJT R chmondI BaldwInI Edenton Cottonburg Paint Lick Kirksrllle One Eye May Be Alright anil the other nil wrong Unless the deffH or weakness of the one is cor rected by Glassesof enitnbln strength the sound eye will bo nlfected Cost nothing to ascertain the condition of the eyes Our tests are free and the prices of our Glasses will not prevent anyone securing just what they icqnire in Allnminal Gold Filled nnd Solid Gold Frames or the new style Finch eye glass T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30111y For Winter 1902ee White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novel ty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cotton Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for Goftonts Celebrated Shirts MhiteANDGibson1RICHMOND Dr R Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician of Louisville Will be at Hotel Glyndon+ Wednesday Thursy December 3 and 4 reliefHradIC11Iin or about the eye Dont neglect your chiMrens eyes Difficult cases SittI Hotel Glyndon WE GO Richmond Ky u WEST VIA I Mempiiis Kansas City or Chicago Through Service of the Very Best to ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO AND THE PACIFIC COASTV The Very Lowest Rates jar the Cefemst and Hamesccker 0 0 IACON Cenl Ai H0WAM fOLLY T PA M Eat Fourth SI CiMhmH fi t M East Fwrtk Si CbwiMHtH 0 j SE6 HLEE P i TAlHH SIc Ark Startling Death Statistics According to the statistical report of the Interstate Commerce Commission 21847 people were killed on railroads in the United States during the three years ending June 30 1900 In the same three years about 23500 persons were murdered No statis tics are at hand which show what number lost their lives by accidents in mills factor ies mines and other places of labor but the number must have been very great We are altcgether too prodigal of human life in this country In the matter of murders we seem to be improving Ac cording to the figures of the Chicago Tribune there were 10652 in 1896 mid only 0225 in 1899 But the number of deaths by railroad accidents increases annually The fig ures for 1900 were 7865 killed and 50320 injured The number of British soldiers whe lost their lives in South Africa is almost exactly the same as the number of per sons killed in the same space of time three years on our railroads We are too care less too indifferent not only in the way we run railroads but in most matters that in volve the hazard of accident Take the fireworks explosion on the night of election day What a preposterous accident Thirteen dead and fifty hurt because fireworks were care lessly handled Harpers Weekly FIT Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co If Magazine Editors Idea Re garding Busines Claims Here are one or two bills for reference books and sup plies remarked the secretary Send them to the business office to be paid at once in structed the editoritWe must do business with busi ness men on a businessbasis And how about the check due Scribbler for that last story Oh hes a writer Let him wait Writers never have any pressing need of money Chicago Post A Kansas political manager is of the opinion that the ru ral mail delivery system with its daily newspaper is largely responsible for the political apathy in that State He points out that the political rally has heretofore given the farmer an opportunity to drive to town and meet his neighbors it has been one of the remedies for loneliness of farm life but the daily news paper now delivered at his door removes this feeling of loneliness and serves to oc cupy agreeably his leisure hour A French reformer recently delivered lecture at Ly ons against corsets In the course of the lecture a woman fainted It proved to be the reformers wife who wore a corset that was too tightly lacedV Loss of FlesliV When you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion isa great fattener a great giverThose have lost flesh ytissuesEmulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con corisumptivesfor who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonic Scotts Emulsion for bone nerveIWe will send you a free sample El jure ttutftU Bjcturt hi the fMM 81 a UM Is vmwMr 81 evtiy keWe- dnHffnVH yPd Bdy SCOTT BOWNE 409 CttIMKt11 41 T ti r Fish as Surgeon Along the Carribbean Sea said an artist yesterday who has recently returned from those parts it acommon thing to see men and women and children sitting on the banks of streams with their bare legs soaking in the water They have a strange reason for this strange conduct They are much troubled by a little insecta kind of tick which buries itself in their flesh and is very hard to dis lodge and so when the ticks have got in them they go to the water bury the infected parts beneath the surface and keep quite still The fish have a fondness for ticks and they hasten to the gleaming human flesh they see and pulling the ticks out devour them In that manner in the Ca ribs fish are called upon to act as surgeons Efficient and painless surgeons they make too 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 oltl weight 1181baOue Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieves the cough at once curoupAuFor the Warlds Granary From the first time in the history of Western railway transportation wheat grown east of the Rockies is being shipped to Pacific coast ports Some few years ago such a movement was predicted by James J Hill as the result of the development of the American trade in the Orient Wheat is being bought by San Francisco shipper as far east as Minneapolis an effort being made to obtain through freight rates by rail to the coast and in steamer loads to Australia If exports of gold to Europe from this center should assume any considerable proportions it will be fully met by the in coming gold from Australia to pay for shipments bread stuffs If you are billious and seeking ad visers RisersJustYou 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 easily cleansing the liver Their tonic effect gives strength to the glands prevent ing a return of the disorder Gave Up the Struggle I think the most penurious man I ever knew remarked the man in the mackintosh was old Hewligus He smoked his cigars to the last half inch chewed the stumps and used the ashes for snuff but he wasnt satisfied even then and gave up the habit What for asked the man with the big Adams apple He couldnt think of any way to utilize the smoke Chicago Tribune Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr C Haney of Geneva Ohio had auddollarsDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured him permanently Invaluable for cuts burns bruises sprains lacreations ec otherklnWitt on the package all others ate cheap worthless counterfeits 1m Glass Bathtubs A novel idea for the bath room coming originally from Germany is finding an increasing vogue on this side This is the use of glass tubs They are translucent about two and a half inches thick and annealed so as to be dur able The effect produced is an appearance of greater cleanliness and purity An old negro preacher did the honors and the candidate for baptism was a coal black negro woman The preacher led his ictim far out into the stream where she could be thoroughly immersed and at the auspicious moment he cried in a loud voice Be stiddy sister be stid dy and youll cum up witah den snow Oh parson she exclaimed dats askin toorauchja cream color would do Two Kansas editors are in hot water about typographi cal errors One of them pub lished an elaborate theatrical notice of a performance of Calomel meaning Camile and the other in an account of a wedding characterized the bridegroom as a gentle man of stealing qualities in tea ofr1in quaUUe 2Z i A TEK AS WONbER MALLS tlREAT DISCOVERY One small bOttle of Halls Groat Dis covery cures all kidney nod bjadder troubles renoves gravel seminal em lions weak mid lame back rheumatism tnd all irregularities of the kidneys fad bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children J not boll tJv your drnjj gist will be stint by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will euro any case above mentioned Dr K W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box C29 St Louis Mo Send for tcstiroonals fold by alt drug gists and Owen McKea Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 Dr E W Hull St Louis Sio Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble welJthed 150 tbuitlswlieii 1 hlgan using It today I vrelili 1TG pounds and feel better than I have in twenty years and Icheerluily recommend it to the Respectfully4drcKIDDEB Kansas Nw Governor Wtnts a Wife IWillis J Bailey who was elected Governor of Kansas at the lasti election wants a wife to preside over the new q 60000 executive manson but he cait find one Mr Bailey claims to have extend ed his search into every coun ty of the State in the cam paign tour but without success It is said that he made an anti election promise to marry a Kansas girl vhen he became Governor but that he has been released from his promise and told to go where he will if be only will find a wife Governorelect Bailey claims he cannot even with State restriction removed but there are many in Kan sas who say there must be more than one eligible woman in the United States willing to be the wife of a Governor and occupy a 60000 home e4VThis signature In on every box of the scnulne Laxative Bromo Quinine allots tho remedy that cure n cold In ouo day Game With Ham One of the new ideas in serving game and poultry as introduced by Philadelphia chefs will appeal to the many who think that a touch of the flavor of ham improves meats I mean the new way in which portions of chicken squabs reed birds and various kinds of game are dished upon a broad slice of honey cured ham The ham is cold boiled and sliced thin Under it is a slice of delicately browned toast covered with a tender lettuce leaf It makes pret ty dish and an appetizing one Good Housekeeping Luck in Thirteen By sending 13 miles Win Spirey of Walton Fnrniice Vt got n box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly legNothingbruises felons ulcers eruptions boils burns corns and piles Only 25c Guaranteed by Perry Thomas thug cists 1m To Clean Hairbrushes Hairbrushes should be washed in a lukewarm water solution of soda or borax The solution may be made in a little boiling water and then cold water added but it must never be used hot or the bristles will turn a bad color and lose theirstiff ness After washing rinse the brushes in clean cold water and dry in an airy but shady place TO OUEE A COLD lIT ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Qniuinc Tablets itfailsa on each hum 25 cents The south is fast becoming a big greenhouse to supply the north with fresh vegeta bles during the winter season for Sale I offer for sale my residence on IligL street 3x t is 00 x220 ft with now sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains ight rooms and kitch en all in coed ripuir and will be sold at a bargain tf lUrs Elizabeth Crow neap your Ifioney at noine wneu rou want a suit made to order Fit guaranteed STODFFKR MAuLER Tailors Height and Age A person Jisually begins to lose height at the age of fifty and at the age of ninety has lost at least one anda half inches Gas Reduction About one yqjir ago tliia company rdesItpreentyeara discount of 25cJ per 1000 feet on illu alterDeeprice of gas frorrjJOO to 175 IenthatpayhisWsindebtedtotht PItbecepliotiVTJcspectfully RICHMOND VATER LIGHT Co Nov 2771901 dect4 tf The female dfcus performer may rIngIn likewovYiIl I IALa TML x fil cL a a Miss Rose Peterson Secretary Park dale Tennis Club Chicago from exp ri ence advises all young girls who have pains andsickness peculiar to their sex to rely on Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound now many beautiful young girls develop into worn listless and hopeless women simply because sufficient attention has not been paid to their physical development No woman is exempt from weakness and periodic pain and young girls just budding into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as as morall- yIf you know of nny onnpr lady who Is sick and needs motherly advice ask her to write to Mrs Plnkham at Iiynn Mass who will rive her advice free from a source of knowledge which is un equaled In the country Do not hesitate about stating details which one may not liko to talk about and which are essential for n full understanding of the case niss E wood N I thought I would write and tell you that by following your kind advice I feel a new icrson I was always thin and delicate and so weak that I could hardly do anything T was irregular- I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Corn pound and began to feel better right away I con tinued its use and am now well and strong and menstruate regularly I cannot say enough for v what your medicine did for me How firs Fannie Kumpe 8aa4 DEAR MRS PINKHAM I feel it is my duty to write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your advice and the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound The pains in my back and womb have all left me and my menstrual trouble is corrected I am very thankful for the good advice you gave me and I shall to all who suffer from female weakness MISS FANNIE Ktr3rrE 1022 Chester St Little Rock Ark Dec 10 1900 Lydia E Pinkhains Vegetable Compound will euro any woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles inflamma tion of the ovaries kidney troubles nervous nervous and all forms of womans special ills KadolDyspepsia sure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never tails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child rca with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves Adietunnecessary Cures all OhicagTheFor sale by Perry Thomas Par Sale The National Collection Agency Washington D C Will dispose of the following judgments 26George 00N10Wm28Ferdinand CORcounty Kyli60 Austin Rockport Ky 136 11 Send bids to D C Trayfit lem STANDARD Rotary Shuttle J Hannah Hershon Collings Jsays Menstruation Pinkham Helped excitability prostration stomach troubles National Collection Agency WASHINGTON p Sewing Machine 8TAItXIAZD OaAm LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewinMaclimes oneRun ol ancjfeedmachines Fame time anti labor Our Standard G RA DwHI1 frontwood tdftheFor a cheaper machine the New Century warrante1V forthenre upCallbQ convicedISIMMONSBmo JTbeioe 13400 different kililJ0Ittaep 0 jit i Aint You Got No Homett Or are you not satisfied with the home you have Doyou want to make a change Then take advantage of the Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the Des tQ SQnmes Tickets on sale first and third upto1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G P A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Kv L NEW s Ilr EQUIPMENT iO pI Fast Scheduled Trains ST louis 13 OFTHEM AND ALL DAILY 31 ChargeFOR COACHESPullman ObservationDining For rafonutlollcano p MCCARTY General faueaper Jyent- CINCINNATI O BeatThisV IOttfap Robe of ours if you can I itsequtffine quality PLUSH LAP ROBE Tlijisin thjl city attrncieuddumI5OIjw1i IT J Ifobcrfey 2Q OF ON bought early in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the freight t t t t Ir WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and ta can give you a better article for less monev than any one in t or any other OUR LINE Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Is Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is that will pa you to Tin Roofing Guttering and Re pairing done promptly by workmen 20 PERCENT Right STOVES yourStove tireat Majestic Range descriptfore to- wnHARDWARE O- FFanning Implement Runs Right something investigate experienced Arbuckle Simmon PER CENT OFF ON STOVES l I Xix II rx Me Home1I B a Womans Delight 0 the r9 a Furniture LC We can show you a beautiful correct and cllyPricesOdd Pieces Diningroom Furniture in wax ed oak and weathered finish Brass and Iron Beds Teakwood Pedestals Tabourets and Tables Call and examine our handsome hineofkMattingstCarpets j and Rugs I We are pleased to show them at all times WSOldhamCor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND uj3lly KENTUCKY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE SAL Having purchased the 5000 stock of goods of Burn Shugars Co whose business house in Lancaster was ft cently destroyed by fire I will offer these goods at FIFTY PER CENT Less than the original wholesale Price These Goods arec damaged in the least and these bargains are without a paraJI in this CityEVERYTHING In the way of Goods BootsSho Hats Caps Gents Furnishings andeveryt is included in this Slaughter Sale Come at once and see for yourself the bargains that being offered and getlirst pick from this immense stock GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DO ROWSKY Pro First St Opposite Court House Ga- teRiohrnond Kj Timely Aid in Selecting Holiday Presents Is eoHM ti es appreciated sail my long experience In the t nsBfpways ot the disposal of my ctifrtoinere It a a pleasure to llinCleeks Pearl awJ Diamond Jewelry and Cut clas and it 18 ape show them Victor Bogaert i MANUFACTURING JEWELER AND IMPORTERV SfEMAIN TLEXINGTQN I Ow Moftot MbI oeae JairDea1imrBottOll1 PrlCfl f Irc