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Inn RICHMOND CLIMAX= vOLUlIE 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11 1903 NUMBER 38 I j4tj Ii iJ f H NEW FIRM Newatodsj New Pricesr t CALL AT THE c c MustHi g Cash Szt0CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS =Opened Monday with a new and complete line of Dry Goods Notions Carpets Clothing Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishings We will be glad to have the people of Madison and adjoining counties call and inspect our goods and prices Our old friends and customers are invited to come and bring others with them Square dealings and polite attention guar anteed to all Very respectfully LACKEY HAMILTON Props I t iThe Racket Storei i Has laid in a complete stock of new ii Goods which is now offered to the Cash Trade Every useful ariicle needed in the house can be foundon our shelves We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year and wish all a happy and prosperous new yeans THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery Mi STREET RICHMOND KY rr Big Dill Coalco C ORLANDO KVJ Shippers of tAlnlteCOtlJ 2 + +i4 + + + +++ ++ + + +++ ++++ ++++ + 4++++ + t t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J Jf- A t grate without any attention tf+ 4 + a +++ + ++ ++ + ++++ + +4 +4 +++ +++ + 1 8U J Autumn Opening Sale oL eFRNITURELargest lowest prices We you in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and Kitchen Furniture V P We ua1anteed to save you money W ecordially invite our countryfriendsrto all make our store their hea qU rte1 1 We M 1 please Our success depends upon it and therea sonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings and Our Picture TpnnrfcTnent is Olrpets in variety co FrgnUngneatly done and the newest mouldings always aried jo SIdoPL21N thane Day2 68 47 L Undertaking a Specialty RICHMONP KY q J tnb werII fJ t Sheriffs Sale FO- RTaxes 1902O- FLand and Town Lots J F Wagers Sheriff of Madison county will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Ky on- Monday Mar 2 03 Daybetween and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes as sessed against the same for the year 1902 WHITE RICHMOND NO Baxter Robert A 20 acres 4 70 Barlow Mrs Blanbe 1 acre 7 55 Bolton Mrs Maryl lot 7 05 Burton Lee 1 lot 10 85 Clear MraMarvllot 7 55 Clore Cave nr 1 lot 7 55 Davis Mrs Sallie Hot 5 95 Evans Dr G W W G White 1 lot 260 Faulkner Mrs Nannie nr 1 lot 1090 Farley Vm lira lot 4 25 Ha erman BC nrSIola 3 iO Harrison 0 ur 8 lots 9 SO Hacker T G hrs 1 lot a 15 Hicks Mrs Belle J lots llJ 95 lluges Mrs Lizzie I lot 10 10 Keller Mrs Nora I lot 7 55 MarcumO P2 lots 915 McMahan Pat lira 1 lot 4 25 McKenna Mrs Catherine lot 12 70 Miller 1tltaIi1Iot a 15 Parrilh S D 5 acres 4 lots 995 Parrisb S U O D Powell lot 3 60 Parrish S D Martha Kimbrell b2 acres 425 Pitman Jnc A 11 acres 15 r5 Powell Airs Mary 2 lots S 7- 0PeuceJBnr 1 lot 1340 lUc Mrs Lett iel lot 13 15 Richards A E nr 1 lot 3 70 Roberts Mra Mary J 1 lot 57 65 Stonffer B agt JnoTribblel lot 4 25- VRllace H Gardner 1 lot 10 80- White W G W L Farley 1 lot 2 60 White W G A Toe Bush lot 9 85 Wilson Mrs Winnie 3 lots 3 iO- Williamson Mrs Mary nr 1 lot 4 Worthiuau Joe B nr lot 3 15 FOXTNWN NO2 noun James 4 lots 430 Bolin Noah 4 lots v 5 40 Davis JG 122 acres 12 70 Forbes Saylor 1 acre 4 55 Guess JnoS 40 acres 585 Jackson Mrs MarthaE acres 7 55 Newby Mrs Luchdla 55 hems 9 95 Stafford Mrs Juo W 79 acres 7 55 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 4 70 rate Caswell 25 acres 12 40 W lton Mrs A M 27 acres s 25 UNION NO3- h Bowman Jas 10 acres 6 40 Denny Nauniebrs 5 acres 26Q Freeman Nancy J bre 89 acres 5 40 Hlsle Denney ISacres 3 50 LewisGco W nr 55 acres 540 Nun oily Frank 1 acre 4 iO Risk Jesse gar for Wade Shearer 26 acres 705 Sciidder Mrs Julia A 57 Acres 8 70 Sexton Arch hrs nr 32 acres 48 Waller Charles 35 acres 6 95 White Melvin nr 3 acres 260 Witt N B nrVacres 315 f ELUSION 10 4 Adams A W 25 arres iV 15R Adauis George 8 Ures 470 Butler John VM2o acres y 1795 Conner James 4 ncres 420 Davl 1i Kichard 53 acres iii 9 So Dozier Curtis 20 acres 5 85 Eli5otiAmo 4 acres A 70 FaiR Nathan nr 35 crea 755 Gentry Dave3aerel 470 Jennings v Hiw 2 acres 2 6- 0i c 5JohnsonKing Mrs Nancy 25 acres 35Portwood Mrs Martha 15 acres 230 Turner Edna 7 acres 2 35 Winkle Mrs Sallie 85 acres 5 3 YATES NO5 Asbfry Lydia 11 acres 5 11 0Baker0Burnett loCatesCornelison Uobt 50 acres 4 7o 155Coker QFootSoGentry70GentryJKGutritlge GfiOHarleyHarris Gillard V5HillHolland James 55 acres 5 0 Jnckfnn Robt 3 nrres 3 J- KJuckson Jas LOG acres 615 Johnson Gidian 2 ncres 420 JntiiiFon Alex 8 acres 5 80 Jones Eh 12 acres 4 tt Kelley JnoO 10 acres 4 ao- KcndreISalU 100acres 11 flU Kindred Mrs Nancy B hn 124 ncres 13 15 Kindred T P 30ierrs 4 75 Kidwell Mary J 40 acres 3 15 Lamb Mary A 50 acres 2 Lamb Lincoln 70 acres 4 71 Lamb Henry 7 acres 4 20 Lamb John acres 5 iJ- JLukes Jno M nr 75 acres 5 35 Lakes Fred 75 acres 5 oC Lakes John nr 10 acres 3 71 Laks Curt 40 acres 5 00 Lamb Pleas 150 acres 5 ao Lawson E RIO acres 6 Ut Led font Mrs Nancy I lot 0 15 Lucas James acre I 15 Lovet Ed 2J acres 5 fl- Malicote Kate 11 acres 2 35 MIze Phebe 130 acres Ii no Moore Wru L hrs 33 acres 13 3E Reeves Steve 65 acres 5 Jit Riddle P B acre 6 30 Rtchardfon Mote 30 acres 4 JM Ruse Mrs Rebecca 100 acres 12 IJ Rogers Win 10 ncres 4 1U Thorpe J W 1 acre 6 Tijiton Sol 25 acres 7 to Todd Seth 15 ncres 5 Todd Charley 30 acres 4 75 Todd Lytlia 6 acres 2 40 Truptt Ed 21 acres 5 85 Vaughn Polly 7 acres 20Van winkle James acres 4 Vanwinkle Palistine 10 acres 4 00 Vanwinkle Pal 18 acres 4 Warford Thomas nr 50 acres 3 il Winkler A J nrSO acres 7 5f Winkler Christopher acres 4ilWoolerv Amos 1 acres 4 20 Woolery Will nr 1 acre 2 CO Young Hugh 24 acres 5 SO Young Margaret 7 acres 3 75 GLADES NO 6 Anderson Jas E 75 acres 6 95 Asberry Elizabeth nr 4 acres 2 60 Azbill Jno J 1 lot 5 85 Bates James 200 ncres 5 85 Ballard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 3 70 Baker Amanda 75 acres 4 25 Beasley Sallie 1 acre 2 60 House Warren 3 acres 3 90 Brockman Eb 15 acres 5 30 Uronstoti Wm 28 acres 12 50 Burton Jno 3 acres 8 00 Burton Harry nr 50 acres 5 35 Buford Thomas 17 acres 5 85 Burns Jas H 1 lot 6 93 Burnell Lytnan 50 acres 5 40 Burnell Jasper 2 acres 4 10 Chit Richard 5 acres 4 55 Cornelison Bobt R 6 acres 4 in Collins James 8 acres 4 75 COle Thos J Jr 1 lot 5 85 Cope Jno AV 1 lot 6 40 Crutcher Jim W nr 3 acres 2 10 Damrell Joseph 30 acres 5 30 ueering James nr 1 lot 4 2a Eden Sam nr 1 acre 2 50 Gabbard Don C 6 acres 4 75 Gabbard Jno lire 20 acres 4 25 Giles Mary nr 1 lot 4 25 Grant Walter 20 acres 5 85 Hatfield Wm I lot 4 55 Hays Philip 50 acres 5 85 Harrison Thos J 25 acres 5 75 Harrison Barrett F 23 acres 9 50 Harrison Lewis S46acrea B 85 Harris Thos 1 acre 370 Hellard Wm 2 acres I 20 Hill George 2 acres 475 Hoskius Mrs Elizabeth 100 acres 4 25 Hurley Jas SOacres 5 65 Hill Nancy and E Jones nr 35 acres 270 Idson Mrs Maud 10 acres 2 85 Isaacs Godfrey nr 1 lot 5 95 Jones Mrs MaryJ68 acres 4 70 Jones Lizzie and N Hill 30 acres 275 Jones Joe Dr lot 370 Johnson Scliuyler JJO acres 5 85 JOhnson Jno M 20 acres 565 Johnson Beverley 8acres O Kindred Reuben 1 acre 5 95 Kindred Harvey 2 acres 1 lot 11 40 Kimbrell John SO acres 8 05 Kimbrell Amons 6 acres 4 70 Lain Jno A nr 97 acres 485 Laws Caleb 8 acres 450 Logsden J G 26 acres 6 Oo Lunsford James W 1 lot 5 30 Lucas James 1 lot 95 Lusk Dr Jno L 1 lot 915 Maupln Frank 1 lot 640 Mathews Alice nr400 acres 10 95 Mcllone William 25 acres 4 So Moore Lou and Mary 52 acres 7 So Murrell Wm 2 acres 4 30 Ogjr JasW3acres 4 30 Parks Richard 60 acres i 5 85 Pigg Wm H 20 acres 4 05 Pond James and sisters nr23 acres 3 16 Preston D A 1 lot 6 95 Reynolds Asberry 1 lot 4 75 Richardson John lot 7 65 Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4 30 Rogers William 70 acres 10 30 Scott Max 2 acres 4 20 Settle Geo WOO acres 2 lots 7 55 Settle A P and G W 62 acres 3 15 Sharp James lot 8 75 Sbockney Thos nr 18 acres 2 70 Shockley Wm 1 lot 5 85 Skinner Yin 60 acres 8 76 Tatum Mrs Matllo 20 acres 3 15 Taylor Frank 15 acres 6 05 Tacker Goo W 2 acres 5 30 Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 3 15 ToddSusan E 2 acres 2 50 Todd Joe E 2O1crps 640 Willis 10 acres 4 20 Turbin Robt 4 acres 4 70 Vanwinkle Jno W 12 acres 5 80 Vauwlnkle Pal Srl8 355 Vanwinkle Joseph A 6acres 3 05 Watklnar Thos HI lot t 4 20 West Sallie and Rose 7 acres 3 15 Weaver Salem 26 acres 5 30 Williams Wary A 27 acres 7 05 Wilson J no R nr 4 acres 2 75 YounRJnoT 100 acres 685 KIRKSVILLE Ha 7 Barnes Win and Jns E S acres 75Beasley Sallie 01 ot 22 13 Harton Mrs Nancy lira 27 acres 5 35 KinnardJnne 7 acres 7 20 Lambert Wesley nr 61 are 1450 Lawrence Mrs J HI Ipt 755- LnRliton Henry 13 nerei 4 70 Ledfonl Leander ar 68 1205 JnjClfboa tI acres 470 Coatinned on foortfe pan II THE OLD RELIABLE stOY4 l bAiN6 POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Born Under Two Presidents In Wayne county Illthere lived until a few days ago twin brothers each ofwhom carried for a Chritian name the fami ly name of the President in hose administration he was born One was GrantFerris who left a few days ago for Colorado where he is to make his home The other was the older twin whose name is Johnson Ferris By compar ing the time of the birth of the twins with Washington time in was found that the hour intervening passed over the time ofPresident Johsons retirement by President Grant taking the oath of office Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost endiig fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklehs Arnica Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for burns bruises skin eruptions and piles 23c at all drujr stores 1m Curiosities of Heat The thermometer marks the temperature but the bulb of quicksilver and the human body are affected diff rentIy As to What feels hot or cold to one is a matter ofcondction of heat Silver iron wood and air at the same temper ture feel differently Silver will burn at 156 degrees Fah renheit It will blister the tongue at 150 degrees Fahren heit Iron to do that would have to beconsiderably hotter Wood can be handled at a temperture of 200 degrees Fahrenheit and it is on record that men hoye stood an oven heat ofGOO degrees Fahrenheit for a short time without ap parent injury A Fatal Mistake Is Often Made By The Wisest People Its a fatal mistake to neglect back ache Backache is the first symptom of kidney ills complications follow Doans Kidney Pills cure them promptlyDont delay until too late Until It becomes diabetes Brij hts disease Head what this gentleman says Cart D W Welsh keeper of the Wood County Infirmary Parksbure V Va says 1 had to pp around trying to evade pain constantly awaie that a false step jrk or twist would brine punishment and 1 was afraid to handle any thing for fear of a reminder in thn shape of a twinge of pain I trade at Dr J N Murdochs drug store Ion Third street and have something to get in the drug line every time I come in It was there I learned about Doans Kidney Pius and I tookja supply home with me and used them My wife used them and my sister Mrs A Amick of No 645 Seventh street used them They cured the three of us I am here in the every few days and can- mbstantiafe the remarks I have made For sale by dealers Price 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the U 8 Remember the name Deans and take 110 other 1m Lets Develop Kentucky the slogan of the Kentucky Exhibit Association is pene trating to the most remote section of the State It ap pears on every piece of mail matter sent from the head quarters of the organization in Louisville and is helping to arouse the people ofKentucky to a keener realization of the fact that development is the thing needed and that the Worlds Fair will be a long tep in the right direction Escaped an Awful Fate- Mr H Hagtrina of Melbourne Fla doctor told me I hold Con 1rlteSMY nothing could be done given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings Sew Discovery for consumption In liucad trie to try it Results were itartlfng I am now on the read to i NtJwDiscoverygreat cure is guaranteed for 11roat and Jun iliseases hy all drug tB Price SOc and 5100 Trial Bot IiI Fully free 9000000 Indian 1m sub cts are how more or less Englishrt y 82000000 people Bengali- s the tonKUeof39QOOOOO L At the St Louis Worlds Fair Kentucky will have 6 000 square feet of space forts Mineral exhibitscoal crude oil stone clays ores etc 2500 square feetof space for its Educational exhibits 5000 square feet of space for its tobacco display 2000 square feet of space for its whisky exhibit 4000 square feet of space for other agricul tural exhibits 3000 square feet of space for its horticul ture exhibits all the space it wants for its live stock dis plays all the space it wants for exhibits to be made by its manufacturers the trans portation Building the Ma chinery Building the Manufacturers Building and the Library Arts Building 3000 square feet of space for its Forestry exhibits President A Y Ford of the Kentucky Exhibit Association spent spent several days in St Louis last week at the expo sition grounds and was reas sured that Kentucky will get all she wants at the big Fair A NEW piano worth 15000 accordingtocompetent judges has been installed in the east room of the White House It is the gift of a firm of piano manufacturers It belongs to the massive square class and is covered all over withleaf gold The legs are formed of great eagles with outstretched wings supporting the piano and feet resting on the floor Around the body of the instrument the shields of the 13 original states are painted at intevals The interior construction of the piano is of the finest and its tone is very melodious It will beusedatthemusicales Mrs Roosevelt gives fre quently Cures Rheumatism andCat- arrhMedicineSent Free The two diseases are the result of an awful poisoned condition of the blood If you havrf aching joints and back crippledhandsshifting sharp biting pains and tim tired discouraged feeling of rliemna tism or the hawking spitting blurred eyesight deafness sick stomach headache noises in the head mucous throat discharges decaying teeth had breath belching CAS of catarrh take Botanic Blooa Balm B B H It kills the poison in the blood which cause these awful symptoms a pure healthy bjood supply to the joints and mucous membranes and makes a perfect cure of the worst rheumatism or foulest cat rrh Cured where all else fails Blood Balm is composed or pure Botanic in gredients good for weak kidneys Im proves time digestion clues dyspepsia A perfect tonic for old folks by giving them new rich pure blood Thorough ly tested for thirty years Druggists H per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m It is possible that the old est magistrate in active prac tice in the United States is Thomas Poe justice of the peace in Rushville Ind who is now in his ninety thirdjear He has held the office since 1854 and for the last forty years has occupied the same roomAt the last election he was chosen to serve another term of four years Detroit Free PressiThe Chicago grand jury which convened investigate the coal famine reported thirtynine true bills against operators and wholesale and retail dealers The indictments are of three classes conspiriacy to fix prices combination to fix prices and blacklisting of retail dealers to hold up the price The military authorities are prepairing to construct a small military railway within the camp of Salisbury plain The need for such a means of communication is felt greatly on account of the great distance between the various parts of the camp The new railway will be of avery small type the guage being only two feet six inches The t1inisteral Association of Salt Lake City which has been conducting the fight against the election of Apostle Reed Smoot to the United States Senate has sent a tele gram as protest to Senator Burrows chairman of the Committee on Privileges and Elections TwO scholars at Grove Road school Harrogate England Dora Robinson and Oswald Colbeck hayecompletedeight years perfect attendance Out of 321i possible atten dance they have never missed once J BUSY BEE GASH STORE HAS MOVED ii To their Handsome Building on Main street OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE We are already showing new Laces Hamburgs Embroideries Wash Gabds in all theex treme novelties Linens etc Call andsee us in our new quarters and note the low prices we are naming on firstclass merchandise We have just placed on sale the largest and most up to date line of g earpets Mattin jsLinolems etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cash prices will repay you for a look through this department alwayshavesomevite you WDOLHAMcBUSY BEE CASH STORE PRoFiti The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood and muscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample Be sure that this picture In the form of a label u on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy ScottBowneCHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY 50c and li all druggIsts J i f It IIaTX TasJ New Orleans and Mobil- eFebruary J 824 One Fare for Round Trip via MAHAABI RouteUirPH nnn Tickets on sale February 1723 inclusive Good returning Fob 28 inclusive Ask tickefragenta about extetion limit or wr- iteSTSwiftPTA LEXINGTON KY Military Bounty Land Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims If you have one send par ticulars to It K Kelley Baird build ing Kansas City Moand see what be will glvo you for It 1 mo R K KEMEV MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINST r TV For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago RoBlanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsyryrPhoncB5 Loiuie Atlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND- orVeraailleeLawrenceburg Lex Shell SCSam and CtnctnnaU 34 pm amFotMIJlprCzeek TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and I llS4am 1111FromMgr KrRRichmond Jiy GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons JHNEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky ++CALL AT +++ JONES MERSH01U SALOON PARLOR WHEW IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerS Ouale Saratega Water Kept oa Tap sssss8 S Phone 3 Second St cIfJtERff81 THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDJCIME ues 1 dizzintSsbiliousneu are common indications of liver andbowelgive imihediato warning by pain troublesthough ThedfordsBlackDr1nfiht neys lt stirs up the torpid lier andague oftheBlackDraughtimmune in the midst of yt DIactDraught inperfect i saVl3many SMollinj S C March 10 1901 hive uscd Thedfords for thrtt years and have fo a 4octop since have It Is the best medicine BlackDraughtjon the market for Voubles and dyspepsia complaints Jfcv 1ft h t THECLIMAL SO A Tear lJiIE ++ +++++++++ +++ 1 1 he Richmond Climax J CHENAULT Pmlaent D MILLER Manager fJilTS CROWE m Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 11 1903 UBLISHKll CVEKY VEnNICSUAT BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JON J M BENTON ffc Qf Oiark County TV FOR COMMOXABALTHS ATTORNEY l lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C THIPE- 2nnounccnients We are authoriml to anno4Ie P J PB- Ijtsof naldwl a caadtdale for Jailer IE4SOI1COUfltY 8uLijecttu the action of theeJIfloeratle party We are authorized to announce D C OaiGGdas a candidate for Jailer of MadkoniuHDty subject to the action of the rfUic party lIoN CHAMP CLARK of M issouri wants to be leader of the minority side in the uoxt Houseof Represenatives 1 succeed Richardson of Tennessee Lhe p resent 1eadt- i Chirk is a Kentuckian other of the many who has own to fame in the daughter State He belongs to this t Congressional Districthaving ben born in Anderson rounty and has a number of relatives among the Dennys and Woods of this county and Usirrard Mr Clark is a nat ural lender one of the most illiant men in public life as kit past record has shown mind hislongservicein congress has made him familiar withal t me ins and outs of parliamen try laws For these reasons We would urge our Kepresen tutivcs iiuCongress Hon G G Gilbert o give the distin guished Missourian his sup ptrt CAPT RICHMOND PEARSON Hobson has evidently decided frit the best way to resign is- t1 resign He has tried for a ng time to be retired but the botird which examined him Ins each time pronounced Ji u distressing well So long- be was found fit fOJ duty it vis impossible to retire him KO he hud to resign to get out A RELIGIOUS paper bearing t ie name of The Christian Sun ay School has made its a penrance at Lavvuenceburg with J M B Bird whistle as editor and Morton Green publisher It is a bright lit tie sheet and deserves to nourish AND now that elegant side Iviard is chief ornament in a huroom because MrsRoose v 1t considered it worthless siid sold itasajunk Wonder what Mrs Hays would say if bhc butknew A PENNSYLVANIA physician lug discovered that people who eat onions are immune irnn smallpox Mores the 1ity CJIBrower COI1 LEXINGTON KY CLEARANCSALE CarpetsDraperies Furniture Wall Paper This is the great house furnishing economy time Each year hundreds of house keepers profit by the savings that this sale tmakes possibles It will pay all who have furnishing to do to come and reap the advantages this sale offers 4 t C1f1BioerCo1j A1N DflOADWAis 4 u XINCTO Ey1- fl Remarkable eoincidentw RuraLFree Delivery and Electric Railway the Same Week i a THE BEGINNING OF A NEW tJERA IN MADISON COUNTY Last week Feb 1 the United States Government start ed time first rural free delivery route in Madison countyIx Lust week Feb 7 the Fiscal Court of Madison county granted a franchise for the building of an electric railway from Lexington to Richmond and on to Berea Has it occurred to anyone that these two long steps in the direction of progress were taken the same week and did it occur to the Fiscal Court officials that their action is an xact counterpart of the action of the U S Government viz placing within the reach of the farmer the advantages of civ ilization and invention hitherto enjoyed only by the towns people Rural mail delivery is the twin sister of rural electric railways One carries your messages the other carries your stock your crop and passengers What a double quickercommunicationUncle Sam gives us one Our Fiscal Court gives the other What did they cost the tax payers of Madison county Not one cent Last Wednesdays CourierJournal and the Richmond CLIMAX the same morning printed editorials on the above reproducedto goingonThe advantages of rural delivery are so convincingly portrayed that the reader may substitute the words elec tric railway in the Courier Journal editorial and vice versa in the CLIMAX article and not destroy the force of the ar guments of both papersfor the different methods of commu nication Both mean Progtless Read them up or down skip across and buck for these two articles appearing in different papers the same morning are quite similar in argu ment and absolutely for the one genera purposethe im provement enlightenment and convenience of that large ma jority of our citizens who reside outside the cities who are entitled to all the blessings of civilization and progress that are enjoyed by those more fortunately situated With electric railways and daily rural delivery life on the farms will be robbed of half its drudgery and isolation Farmers will be less desirous of moving to the cities to en gage in mercantile pursuits and there will be more content ment and more profit and less hardship in agricultural pur livinginc il Court realized this and did their duty to us and to los terity Rural Delivery in Riagw- ICouricrJoornal Fob 4th One of the striking change in life within the past few ellrsII change uponlIsof many advantages heretofore only enjoyed iti the cily The telephone anti rurlmail delivery have revolutionized country life The farmer of the pres malketlutltationshnl order his supplies set his clocks awl talk with his neighbors over the wire and havo his letters papers and even light purchases delivered at his gate by Ii postman is n person very different from him who was obliged togo or to some member of his household going to town for every little necessity was several days behind the rest of the world got his belated letters n batch at a time and went practically without longerisolatedaffairs Farm Ufo has increased remarkably in repute its comfort has been greatly enhanced itslouelinessal most banished It is deplorable that there should be any doubt about the unimpaired continuance of one of tLc agents of tliit ctnuicc A telephone costs something and is not everywhere to be had even so Rural mail dflirfiy it free Coun try districts in this section have been generously dealt with and it is theevi heat disposition of the authorities tf possiIjiecon racing to all who have the inter ests of the rural districts at heart to set proilledcalities of being lost because the Coy ernments carriers cannot travel the roads lfhighways had to be opened espe cially for the postmen there might be some excuse for failing to provide them If even it were necessary to improve old roads for their convenience alone communities might hesitate But roads are n necessity and good roads an economy apart from the rural delivery consideration In these days when all progressive communities are agreed that nothing is wore advantageous to the prosperity of It region than solid level alltheyearround avenues of communication that nothing is more thoroughfares shortsighted than to put up wit he which they traverse whan these things are bo widely understood it is exceed ing humiliating to see the apalhy of sonic Kentucky farmers on the general calamityifmall delivery is lost to any sections of the State by reason of that apathy Jlherenrthefaeeoouir rural people it tokareintlluttJv outlrnonjiNlanddejsdfcomor tlieir mail they will do nothing NEXT Saturday February 14th will be St Valentines Day This patron Saint of loving hearts is being rapidly transformed into a gift enter prise The old fashion bits of fancy paper surrounded b3 meshes of laces down in whose depths were tender love sonnets which the amorous swain sent to his ladylove have beocme almost a thing of the past and we see instead the beaux of to day send ing charmingboquets bonbons of every variety and all kinds of costly gifts The ChristImasMorctny as njeroury will surely destroy thesense of smell and Completely derange the throughtuBshould hover be used except nil re Kcriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to fromlrurei by v J Chen y Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury ami Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood systemInyou get the genuine It iniaken fitter FJSold by druggists price 76c bottle HpS Family IHIs are thebest 1- State G lit p han We rrej7C5s cr hall We Sued Still CHitMx Feb 4th Tho Fiscal Com t of Madjson county has it in its power to do a tronvondous amount of good by simple act with out a cent of expense to the fanners oi Madison county and to the citizens of Ilichmond By simply granting to the Blue Grass Interurban Railway Co a franchise properly safeguarded lor building at d operating an electric railway from Richmond to either Clays Ferry or Valley View there to connect with a similar line to Lexington Also to grant tub right to extend said line to Her a In urgingupon the court to throw nor obstacles in the way of consummating this great step of progress the CLIMAX is aware that such a movement la at present unpopular in certain circles it was with this paper three years agoI before we hllltndlll1 the question it actually presents itself in having interurban roads- Tooppecropid Irantit today is at in tjcauaUe at tin action of tltote who yean ago oppoxd good roa lt railwaw telephone and lelejrajiht and wise don woi remember the rwltnt ami even influential req e table oppotiiioR thai tJese agents of progreas met with in their injancyf Let not selfishness blind HH to our duty to mankind Every citizen ie en titled to hare an o ortunity to letter hit condition by enjoying the appliances which inventive genius and discovery bring from the laboratory of nature The electric is the natural successor of the steam railway It is cheaper quicker safer lighter and superior in all respects except in point of power for moving lone trains of freight This fact however will soon be overcome entirely but at present electric trains are run so fre quently that this more than offsets their decreased motive power The value of everyfarm adjacent to dec trie linn it greatly enhanced crops and stock are trantported to central points cheap er and quieter and tile elites are jrtaced at their very dtors as if by wagic Life in the OIIntry is robbtd ojInucllo its drudgery lid isolation Chwcltet tchoolt physicians lawyers merdiaiits and neiglbonare brought together as never before The farming daM hare a tight to these Wettings of the twentieth ebJlury and es pecially tMetl tiny may have them without money all without price no honorable court of control ought to deny them to their fellow citizens Gentlemen your neilh ors are look tug to you to do your duty Where shall you stand with future growth or in the beaten paths of stagnation THERE is a proposition in Congress to double the salary of the president of the United States making it 100000 per agoitsidered a big salary But it was raised to 50000 and in t tokeepdownthe high tariff it will be rais moneyIIC scernes not near as- piausibleInteriorJournal EXPLAINED TheUynthiana Democrat thus throws lighton a hitherto puzzling question Fasting has been proved of great hygienic value which to a large extent accounts for the longevity of preachers e ditors ngjlc c legged lawyers presidentand a rnam of acknowledged ability and foresightsays the signs of tile time pointsto Democratic nuceess in 1904 W iXr + 4 ++ + + I jc SPECIAL t t +Dr Hobson dentist next doot to Government building tf RichmoniinKy We have two Moore Air Tights on hand that we will sell at cost tf D B SHAOKELFORD Co Call up Letcher Witt for Bed Ash Jellico Alnite and Kentucky coals feed etc Phone 142 UeclO 2u h Coughs and coldsdown to the very borderland of consumption yield to the soothing healing influences of Dr Woods Norway PlneSyr p 1m Dyspepsia bano of human exis tence Burdock Blood Bitters cure it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach 1m Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop Itchiness of the skin in any part oi the body Deans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents lin When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly as poe sible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pick up dollars but we can assure you that buying jewelry of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true if LE LANE For Rent The old Simmons residence and two and onehalf acres of land on the Irivne pike For particulars call on tf E BERRY found On Friday n store key Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying charges ti Stops tho Cough and Works off tho Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents For Salr Three good jacks ages from one to eight years for sale privately For particulars call on or address DILLARD BEEUVMAX Brassfield Ky See Shackelfords Window full of blue graniteware twice as heavy and half the cost of any ever offered before U ror Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and baeemeiit 208 Main ttries Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitablefor any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec Mtf John G Taylor Son Joints like Rusty Hinges are among the consequences of rheuma tism The suOerer can move knees and elbows but the effort makes him wince He rejoices when a good rubbing with Perry Davis Painkiller drives the stiff ness out and brings the freedom of motion back No wonder our grandfathers believed heftrtily in this beneficent lin iment There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Lsl A Knights Templar sword and scabbard with the name of R It Burnani engraved on the blade of sword Lib Oral reward will be paid for return of same to undersigned- tf RR Burnani For Sale I have placed in my hands for Sale a store house and dwelling attached located in Estill county on the Rich mond and Irvine turn pike 2 miles West of Irvine Also 25 acres of good bottom land iu a good cultivated State Will sell privately as a whole or separ nte to suit purchaser Everett Witt 3mo Richmond Ky Entered In Combination SaIe Mr Mat S Cohen has entered his Imported Hackney Stallion Militia 2186 in the combination sale at the Madison Courty Stock Yards on Feb mary 1112 Mr Cohen is anxious hai Madison county parties should buy his horse and will make the sale on twelve months time witligood note tf Farm lot Sale Having quit farming I wish to sell my farm on Jacks Creek pike 6 miles from Richmond Ky containing 215 acres good house and plenty of ouj buildings barns and plenty of water Farm well set in blue grass Will sell on easy terms JAMES W FARLEY l2lm VALLEY VIEW G W Hutchison was in Nicholas ville Monday Sidney Kerr ot Winchester is visii ing friends here U W Harrison is at homo from a business trip In eastern Kentucky W C Bigcerstaff of Richmond was here Tuesday Prof Washs school is progressing nicety Several from this place attended court at Richmond last week Wednesday was pension day The heart of many veterans were made gladThe young people ot this place meet every Thursday night to practice vocal music They should be encourged in the good work Mr James Turner spread a feast at his home near here last Monday night in honor of his fiftyninth birthday About sixty peoples partook of the bountef ul repast which was served in a true Kentucky style Among those present from a distance were Dave Prewitt of Garrard county Mote Sebastian John Broaddus and Hood Baker of Kirhsyille WORDS are little things indeed but their power is be yond computing They can spread the sunshine of a day that almost has an eternal tinge They can castthe shad ows that resemble eternal night They can anoint the grief bowed soul withrefresh ing sympathy or stir the hear t initsmostdistressinganguish unendinghappiness torments They canlead the sinladen soul back to God or teach the path to unending punishment The power and influence of a single word has not yet been measured by man FORTYNINE State and pri vate banks were organized in Kentucky during the year 1902 with a combined capital of 1470000 This increases the number of bankipg insti fcutions in the Slater to 312 1OT 1tiois directed to the class of Fresli and Cured Meats i carried bT the Main street butchers The thai oi1 dev business of this firm liagiovili to such proper 0 tions that we are now making tspecialty otoui WholesalE Departmen t Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the test cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats ts purchased with the greatest care thidthis always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons r We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs antI other Produce and guarantee in every ins tnce to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to nerve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky UNION CITY Miss Eva May Rnpard of Lexington Isthe guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs W U Wells et this place Messrs John Rupard Everett Walden and John Deifnv lest last week for Ilinols where they wit reside in tbo future County Court Kites The wills of T M Turner Jerry Broaddns and Miss Florence Lackey deceased were read and offered for probate It C Cobb A S Nolnnd and T J McKinney were appointed appraisers of the estate of Jerry Hroaddus driceased R A Harris was appointed guardian to his children Nannie J George C and William Harris with H H Colyer and G E Black as suretries Trustees of Rebecca Gentry filed final settlement W H Park administrator of tio estate of John JI Park filed final set tlement On motion W T Short was appoint ed administrator of the estate of his son Edward M Short deceased On motion W S Ilunley was ap pointed administrator of C Iluuleyt deceased Adminibtalors of J T Estill and J Len Dullard deceased filed sale bills OLD JOE WHISKY MashEvery teed to he pure It is of old styleVanu faclnre No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the toFamily10 year old in jugs 110 per gallon 10 bottles SS 5 jugs 250 5I II bottles 3 2h II jugs go 10 Orders promptly iliad PropOldhsBra3arntivlyr TO OTJPB A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money lilt fails to cure B W Groves signature a on each box 25conts Pairortize home industry by buying the Big Hill Coal Cos coal Letcher k Witt agents Also best Jellica and Kentucky coals Phone 142 declO2m Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coflVe 10 dents per poundTEN STORE Next door to Government Bldg Coaland Feed We have added Hay Corn and Feed Stuff to our eoul business on A pen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and goodsinprices We handlo both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co JACK FKEEMAN Mgr Telephone 181 nov 26 3mo DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond A Pew Pacts Jring is Almost Here j You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of SMrt Waist Goods ofEtaminesandSilksWhite jibJ onCorner Main and Second R if Humphreys Having bought Higgins I Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stockevery day I cordially invite you to callJ L RH Humphreys PHONE NO 31 BANKRUPT SALE As Receiver in Bankruptcy oj the EVElder stock of Dry Goods and General Mer chandise I am now now closing out the en tire stock of t Dry Qoods b1tiin1s9 i f QifoiththgH- itBoots Soes etc AT COST Now is time to buy before the stod cis picked over i D jti Chenault1 RECEIVER i Io ct cj Lu 0 t Q o LUGILE PFTTIfiiwTSi 9 This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have ve shown such an assortment of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now placf be ikiaseverNovelties and Fetchy Effects But the pretty part of these pretty goodsi the avelagebysame goods kETt DOR WN EYES BE THE JUDGE rJ I corM 2nrKEN McKEERICHMOND KENTUCKY I I IJ LADIES UNION SUITSMade of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in hv at front 25 cents each Oneita glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 49 cents Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods OWEN MCKEE GREAT SWEEPOUTS BEGINNING TuesdayFEB 10 Tit 12 O9 clock M We will begin our Great Sweepout Salet This is the third Sale of this kind during the history of our business and people who have taken Advantage of These Sales understand what they meant These Sales do not occur every month but everytwo or three years I Dont Miss The Opportunity k Eyerything in Fall and Winter Goods go in this Sale See Our Pricesj Q IJ Buells 5 00 Bootees 3 95 II 4 00II 325 Mens 5 00 Shoes all kinds 395- II 4 00II II 3 J5 H 3 50II 295 3 00II II u 265 II 250II w 215 w II2 00 J l 50II II J 4J25II II 41 20I Ladies 400 Shoes 3 II 3 50II 2 3 poexcept OueenQuality 2 65 I 250II 2 J5- II 2 00II J 65 U J 50II J 20 t IIJ25 II 95 j Prices on Misses and Childrens Shoes cut in proportion to above prices Great reduction on Hats and Underwear See Our Counter J of Mens 3 4 and 5 Shoes for 1 J 50 and 2 and many other bargains just as goods This Sale Will Close Positively qirthe 28th of February 1903 t i I RIQE ARNOLDMain St RICHMOND KY There ARE TW standingline of BuggieSt Carriages Surries and Ro Wagons from the cheapest to the best Come and see them and get our prices Repairing FaintingHorseshoeing by competent workmen to please Give us a trial et QaTa 1ReHMOND PHONe NYe 5 rn Tt Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax JVEDSESDAY FEB 11 1D03 G to Wines for Valentines 2t K ns for rent apply Mrs Sallie s ul fiep 10tf N xt Saturday will be St Val utif e Jay Mr WL Leeds is erecting a nice cU j on tilyndon avenue Ii YOU girl a shower buck if LELane He a I reserves and Baked Beans at T i L s Pnone 165 Second St King Cole will be seen next m Sixty people in the cast nn vement is on foot to have an a horse show at Lexington I tups has assumed the form ol E 3enic in the city and vicinity eeciIan club will meet this f jor with Mrs Hugh McClellan ile annual Jubilee Ojnvention of V M C A will convene tomorrow tiXiUffton Dan II Breck Fire Life and A- cillt Insurance Ol ham building in 21 4t KcJ Men are requested to be pres Wednesdays sltep D G S Smith will be in attendance The Epworth League will hold its eear monthly business this evening t J oclock at the Methodist church Mr L M Scrivner has been seri ill at his homo on Second street is time however he is improved Is it a burn Ute Dr Thomas Ul Oil A cm Use Dr Thomas nc Oil At your dru 0giat 1m Ir Richard Colyer purchased last cr a tine saddle horEe from John ca of Union City Trice paid was of wen out Those persons intending to grow iwr r peas should plant the seed now rt ji EUccession through the summer IC vlould be planted in April Iif rew Militia law recently assr provides that the entire citi s Jiery ol the country shall be uvird with the regular army rifle We wish to call the attention ol u readers to ho adveriiseuient of hctreat sweepout sale ol Rice r1 They are offering great bar- a s which you cant afford to miss e Lnr idverlistment in todaybi- llJAS Iusite the miserable night which t i jre suited for ducks than people- jjJ audience greeted the Phil Is r Company at the Gland on ast 1fsday evenliiK Mr Hunter is Ionian of rare ability His sleight if lJin is truly wonderful and he wa- srilyJi enjoyed by all Mr Ander lon as a humorIst sad cartoonist was xrjiry good Music by Verne- rt rt was a pleasing feature of tbo en iertaiumcnt also his rendition of one- James Vhitcomb Kileys popular itde piecis Meiera Deal berate and xs are to be congratulated on hay lib sorured such splendid attractions fuJ III Iinond people are indebted to hrTj for two evenings of untold enjoy pe and are eagerly looking forward o te third on Less taxes More factories Vote lou Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Heinzs Preserves aad Baked Beansal Fraza Bros Phone 165 Second SttThe weather for the past few dajf has been ideal I he Mission Band ot the Chsistian Church is preparing for ali intertain ment in the near future We liars a few lieatinc stoves left that we will sell at cost to make room lor Spring goods tf D B SiiACKEuroitn Co Mr and Mrs Riley Brock liave gone to White Hall to live with General C M Clay who as the report goes is growing very feeble Missts Curralcuu Smith Emma Duncan and Bessie Coyle ahl teachere at Oaldwell High gchoof have been confined to their rooms withmumps f The next number of the Lyceum course under the management of Mes srs Deatherage and Woods will be heard on February 24th Mr Milton W Brown in tho Supeifluous Man will be the attraction Wanted A young man 21 years of age or older to locate in Richmond and learn the Piano business Must be honest and energetic Address or call on MontoncgroReian Music Co 133 E Main St Lexington Ky feb42t The laIies of the PattyTA Claj Infirmary rre preparing to give thf performance of Old H nl Gale lie hoar alwill begin at onconiid he hope to be readvfor its production by the 13th of March The execution of Whitney aiif OBrien the murderers of Mr A It Ihinn at Lexington was to have occurred on Friday but through their tttorneys it has been put oft and a motion will be made fora new trial We call your attention to the advertisement of White Gibson in tbis issue of the CLIMAX They carry everything in the dry goods line their goods being purchased fro n tho leading eastern houses Give them a call before purchasing your spring supplies Tho Ie aid bqnare Stork Company arrived Monday at noou and opened their weeks engagement at the Grand on Monday evening when they presented The Southern Queen This company played here a short while back and made many friends who are now enjoying this return engagement Last night tho play was The Devils Gap One especially good feature is the autoscope Few traveling attractions carry such thorough scenic equipment as A Thoroughbred Tramp Every thing used in the play is carried in eluding a very realistic street scene in the city or Ouray Colorado a baggage room two moving trains a mountain canon and a cave in the Rockies The play itself is one of the strongest in this class of dramas the tramp part being without doubt the greatest over written and while the comedy element predominates there is enough of the dramatic to more than satisfy theatre goers whoSE trste leans to the stronger drama At the Grand Monday night Feb 10 Prices 25 ij and 50 Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BnnyAM BENNETT Bno Adjourned The January term of the CircuH Court was brought to a close last Saturday After the adjournment Judge Benton left for Winchester where court opened Monday morning Lost A black and white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid forthere turn or any information leading to re covery Charles Tenill dec 31tf Richmond Ky Building Noted The frame building at the corner of Main and B streets was moved last week one square Northto Irvine and Ii streets tho site formerley occupied by the Wiggins Bros Opera House The house was moved so that street could be made wider and by the re moval the Grand is left on the corner e t j E Deatherage Co t t j 5 We Are Ready r For the new years business with aJv larger stock than everbefore WearetJ A determined to do A More Business jl Jillthe year 1903 than weyliaye ever done fWe have thnjj iieedell in jfL3 A Car Load J1IWe Thank Our Friends 1 1 for their patronage during thepast yea and hope for a continuance of arae dur Iii ing the coming year Now lsthe time w to buy your garden and field Seeds E We buy Seeds bye car load c = E Deatherage Co I J H Wanltd 1 need ten horses to complete a cdr to be shipped to Illinois Anyone de siring to take advantage of the reduced rateplease write ZR Forbes 2t White IaJlJy JinlctUinoi The Prnll ennialClubwas entertained on last Thursday night in a most delightful manner by Senator Gutter After a sumptions repast at eveningwasit be desirable if it were possible to prevent war by arbitration Awarded D41Uges In the case of Lewis Mnlfingers Ad ministrator against the L N rail givIng18000 Mnlflnger WIIS a brakemnn betweenPans knockeFfromFeel White Selected Prof DoctoR White has been selected principal of the Ayres Academy at spleitdidauexcellent school lira good place rto predict for this school under his management to have the best term congratulatelection Clay City Times New Grocery Merchant Mr R H Humphreys of Nelson county who has purchased the grocery store of Higgins Ellis took charge roorningIryoung man andcomes to us not as it Uftal stranger having resided in Gar rard county for several years For tl e past two years he has traveled for the American Tobacco Co having his headquarters in Atlanta We are triad to welcomte him to Richmond anti hope ho will meet with success Sei his ad in another column Station opened Singer toproventEvans willbeonMain comment gained ground between I Want 50 Bosjuin PhysicalCulture class Every boy Madison couuty have thorough knowledge pfiuy It enables women boys nnti girls to grow strong keep To Parents your boy flatchested or stooped send him me your daughter is roundshouldered have employ method I teach them how become strong properly care the as important to take of body as culti vate Physical culture mental hand Embrace mysystein physiological exercisesantl prolong your days Weakness crime strong eURTIS ADAMS Studio Telephone 122 StorePhysical Director Found On last Wednesday on Moberley Avenue a store key Owner can have sains by calling at this and pay ing this tf Tom Covington The leading Stallion of Madison county the sire of more high class high priced horses than any Stallion in Kentucky will be to the highest bidder 12 in tue combination sale at the Madison County Stock Yards Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you are passing our store never whether you think you want to buy anytbingor not You may be wrong we may something you want extremely At rate we always have something now and Inter esting to show and inspection costa nothing tf L E The Richmond Lamuiry has moved into the bnildingon Irvine street formerly occupied the Kellogg UroceryCompany A boiler ouse has erected at the of the building and tho machinery is being put in In the mean time the regular work is coing on Walls Caved In The twostory buiding on Irvine street bnik of Powers saloon was purchased by ABaxtor several ago and is torn Owing to bad drainage the foundation lund been undermined causing part of tile wall to slip out and the building unsafe Much Enjoyed The production of Old at the New Opera on last Satur day evening was well attended and seemed to be greatly enjoyed by all present This one of Fred Raymonds masterpieces and presented it was by an unusual strong company made It a very forcible play brimming full of exciting situations comedy and pathos being sufficiently distributed throughout to prevent its tiresome To SUit Today The Mining Manufacturing havo determined to bore for oil near Wfcco The drill which is Itfciled on the JesseCobb farm will be started today The gentlemen in terested in enterprise are confident ofjnding oil or gas as the indications are In every favorable A well was drilled this place several years ago Jjnt after a depth of several hundred feet had been reached an accident occurred and tfTe Yell was abandoned The Company owns or controls a largo part of that section they a strike it will be urich One the Youngest city papers made tho statement lilt week that our friend Capt R Terrill was the oldest veteran in the Confederate Home whTch rToticP in some waycrept into the columns of the CUMAX As is well to of our readors Capt instead of being the oldest is one of the young pafstdjhisgation however we find thatMadison can claim the of having the old est veteran lie is David Mitchell or Orderly as he isfamtliar Jyknown than whom there was no better soldier in Kentucky We cannot understand Irow the occnrrI unlejo it fs because Hoth are the same county L V Station Opened The L Ndepot at Whiteik which was closed several mouths ago on account of lack of business has been again with Mr J0hn Mc Williams as aleut Lost A chatelaine purse containing a diamond and turquoise ring and a bracelet A reward will be paid for jts return to Miss Annie Engle at the Sewlng facblne Offlici 2t Evans at Richmond Judge James H went to Rich mond yesterday to appear before spec Capt J M Thomas to establish a ferry at Ford Winchester Easter Sale The young Ladies Mission Circle of the Christian church will have nil Easter Sale on Saturday April llth There will be candy sunboiiujts and Concert Again a fine entertainment OICIUF after we go to press Or rather too jlatc for tis to makes special on ii this week Marien and Elsen heimpr the musicians appeared at the Maonir Temple last night We Ian sy that the concert was parexcellence but as to the attendance otc we will be polled to leave that until next week The Fire The Atchison Kansas Daily Globe of February 5th contained an account ofa disastrous fire which destroyed the handsome home of Jin Eliza Price The fie was discovered about 780 pm antI had such headway that nothing could bo done The building was burned to the The loss is 10 000 and 12000 with but 2000 insurance This news will be a source of re gret to friends here where Mis Price and her charming blIss Lila are so well known having spent most of last here tq my in should a method men and and well If to If her my to also how to for body It is care the to the mind and culture go in hand of thus is a Get Yours for health over Crutch rs Shoe cfliee for notice sold Thursday February mind have any LANE Moved Steam by been loir brick R days being down rendering Arkansaw House is becoming Waco Company first the WIlY near when make one of friie B known most Terrill honor Mr inletako from Judge Evans Democrat street corn Price J much daughter summer 1HNGSTON Mr Charles Land and Rev W L Green of Laurel county have formed a partneiship and opened a store here Miss Sophronia Williams of Silver Creek has entered school Mr J Speed Ogg our popular mer chautia thinking of going tcLafollotte Ten n to live ProtJ L Carpenter sold a beef weighing 700 pounds to W M J sue at 3M cents Be Content If your neighbor is prosperous let him prosper Dont growl nmt or grumble Say a good word for him and let him go at that Dont be a kickeryour turn will come No one is a whole show lit you see the town is moving along rapidly feel good about it Help things along Show t little push Try to get somo of the benefit yourself Dout stand around like a chilly cadaver and waste your time feeling sore because some fellow bus more sense and success than you have Do a little hustling yourself and if you can say a good word for your toun or itspeople say it like a prince Kx Trouble In Sight Mrs Anna R Bourne professor of history in Kentucky University has beep asked to resign her position and she has refused to comply with their it quest and says if she is made to leave the curators will have to discharge her Several months ago a new chair was endowed in the University The faculty desires to combine tho d apart ment of history and the new cbiJr as one and put at the head a woman teacher and former gaduate of Hamil ton College In order to do this Mrs Bourne must first be removed Tho latter has not resigned and refuspa to do si unless the faculty can give her a valid reason for sodoing Mrs B urne is well known here where she wits for a while with Miss Alice Lloyd principal of Madison Institute Dates Fixed At the meeting of the secretaries of county fairs which was held in Louis ville last week a permanent associa tion was organized which with be known as the State Association ot Fair managers of Kentucky This organization will include all the county fans and its object will be to secure amore uniform system of exhibits and better datesThe annual meeting will beheld in Louisville on time second Tuesday of each January The following officers were elected President George F Anderson Danville vicepresident J B Kirby Bowl ing Green secretary and treasurer L B Shropshfre Executlve Committee G G Spears Lawreaiceburg J R Tevis Richmond and II Z Churchill Elizabethtowu latcsfixedRichmond July 13 6 fays Crab Orchard July 224 Jay4 Georgetown July 28 4 days Cyutbiana July 29 4 days J Danville August 44 days if Madisonville August 4 6 dsjji 1OadaylForum 4if8SShe Bowling Green Sept 164 di Osvcnsboro Kentncky SUt Fair TT Military Laai Warrants S500 paid persons telling who has one whether I buy or not R U Kelley fob 11him Kansas City Mo A Rice Sheet This office Is in receipt of several copies of Danvilles new paper The Kentucky Farmer edited and pul Hshed by Mclntyra and nal tonlti- s chuck full of items of interest to farmers and is In every WilY a neat newsy sheet We predict for it a bright c steer Given the Unit Walter Jenkins el argtd with steal ing a coat from David Parrish of Pej town was tried in the County Court Saturd y and given twelve months Jenkins ismhue same who fcrvd a term in he penitentiary for attempting to uolson time family of Mnj John D Harris sevenil years ago Awarded Nine Hundred Dollars One of the most important cases tried in the circuit court last week was that of J 0 D 31 Chenanlt against Mrs Lavinia Cunningham and Mis Laura E Francis in which the jury allowed the former fees of uiue hundred dollars The fees allowed were for legal services rendered in recover ing till Inndei estate of tho lute Major J T Estill Courts Rake Appropriation The Fiscal Court of Jefferson county has appropriated 3000 toward the fund for a Kentucky building and exhibit of the States resources and products at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year This action was taken unanimously at the meeting of the body in Louisville on February delegation from the Kentucky Exhibit Association appeared before the court and explained the object of the organization When one of the magistrates naked how muchwould be expected of time body theIenough A member of the Court immediately moved an appropriation of 3000 and without argument this sum was voted On tho same tiny the Fiscal Court of Carroll county appropriated 200 for thc snnt 1mi1110 The matter of ask jug other Fiscal courts to take a fimi liar step is bow in considriatioii by a iiiinbir auxiliaries of the Ivenpirky Exhibit Association in diUVrent jatta f time State Trolley Line lcmJg rue Fiscal Court of Madison county convened baiurdiiy to make the final decision in regard to tho interurban railway franchise Seven out of the eight magistrates of the courtly were present and after several addresses by some of the most prominent citizens of the county the franchise granted the Blue Grass Traction Co a year ago was extended until July 1st of this year the vote being 6 to 1 in favor of tho road Tbi franchise gives the railway the right to run through the county from the Kentncky river to the Jackson or Rockcaotle lines but will be vod unless work begins in good faith on or befor July Before the actual work on time road begins the profile must be submitted to time court for approval The preliminary sur vey was completed last week but it has not been decided definitely nhen the road will cross tim river It is thought however that the new bridge will be just below Clays Ferry The bridge as planned will be 305 feet above tho water making it one oi the highest in the country This will bring the railway to the pike just at the first turn above the river From this citv the road will run to the Big Hill coalfield the object being for the road to furnish its own coal Y MeA Notes The mens meeting last Sunday af ternoon was led by Prof John No land Subject Gods Way Not Mine Men are giving testimonies each week of the benefits of these meet jugs Atameetingof men in Kirksville Sunday afternoon arrangements were made for a big meeting at Shepherds Hall February 10 The stereoptlcan will be used to illustrate the work showing what has been done in various planes lathe many departments A shorthand class under a very competent teacher is to be organized this week Young men desiring to learn this very helpful accomplishment will do well toinform themselves of the terms which are in reach of all Other classes will probably be started in the near future An effort will be made to take the full number of representative to the State Convention at Lexington February 1215 This county is allowed 25 members Information concerning credentials etc may be secured from tho county Secretary Speakers of international note will be present The special tousle will be the best of any previous convention in Kentucky Sure Curt For Smallfox Since smallpox is raging to such an extent all over the State and here in our own county we print below two remedies said to be sure cures A correspondent of the Liverpool Mercury writes I am willing to risk my reputation as a public man if the worst case of smallpox cannot be ef fectuullv cured in three days simply by cream of tartar This is the sure arid neverfailing remedy One ounce of cream ot tartar dissolved in a pint of boiling water to be taken when cold at short intervals It can be tak en at any time and is a preventive as well as a curative It is known to have cured in thousands of case 1wlth- tout a failure It never leaves a alwaysprevents ANOTHER CURE The following prescription printed many years ago by a Paris school of medicine is said to bo an unfailing preventive for smallpox and scarlet fever and a sdre cure in even ad vanced cases Sulphate of zinc one grain foxglove digitalis one grain half a teaspoon of sugar mix with two tablespoonfuls ol water when thor ongbly mixed add four ounces of water Take a spoonful every hour Either disease will disappear in twelve hours For a child smaller doses according to age This prescription is harmless when taken by a well person RELIGIOUS Brother Dodwell former editor of the Berea Citizen has been appointed by the rlSidinjtel el to the pastorate of a Methodist church at BigStonQ Gap Virginia Rev O A Wood the pastor ota Methodist church in a Chicago suburb dont believe in preaching to empty benches and accordingly offers prizes to Ute persons showing the best attend anca for the years 0 jj d The First Rural Route The fist rural delivery route to be established in Madison county was started last Monday morning The route starts out the Barnes Mill pike to JnllmeelinJ house thence into the Kirksville pike to Round Hill into the EIenton pike to the Schooler pike thence to Silver Creek bridge and back to Richmond over the Barnes Mill pike The route is 22 miles long and bv ac tual count serves W8 people or 150 homes The mall goes every day in tho year except Sunday Stephen Hanes is the carrier The enterprising citizens of that section tthe county are to be congratulated on securing this first route which next to the tele phone is one of the greatest conven iences enjoyed by those who reside in the country HI Henrr According to previous announcement Hi Henrys famous minstrel troupe arrived on Inst Friday at 1 p m and marched down from the depot the automobile in the lead A splendid brass band furnished music during the march At three oclock a good audi ence witnessed the matinee performance while in the evening the Grand was filled with a most appreciative dience Backed by beautiful scenery the group on the stage in their element costumes presented a very pleasing picture Ihe specialties were above the ordinary and during time whole entertainment there was not one joke said bnt that it would suit the most fastidious The orchestra added much to the enjoyment of all present and everyone felt well repaid for having attended for it was a trent Echoes From the Recent Di graceful Occurrence at tteYHCA In last weeks CLIMAX our renders mar recall a halfcolumn description of the extraordinary occurence of the pre ceding Sunday at time meeting of the Young Mens Christian Association wherein we told of tbe insulting1 and im pudent speech made by a stranger from Cincinnati who attended the meeting as he admitted for the express purpose of villifying the Christian religion and denouncing all its folowers as hypo crits and scoundrels The article described the conduct of time man as exceeding virulence and venom any speech ever heatd from till lips of atheist or infidel itiiii told of tIme moderation ot time audience and tin 8ipnib defense of Christianity deliv ered by the IreHilenl of the Young Mens Christian Association Mr C C Wallace Time aforesaid article attracted no lit tie attention antiun Sunday last the sensational occurrence described formed the basis for a sermon by Itav Dr Dodge at the morning service of the First Presbyterian eunuch His sermon was regarded by his hearers as appropriate to the occasion and withal such a powerful defense of the religion of Christ yet tilled with warnings lest the professed followers of our Redeemer should give offense to those that are withodt that Dr Dodge was unanim ously requested bj the Association to repeat the sermon at their rooms over Arbuckle Simmons store next Sun lay at 3 oclock p m Seats for all and a welcome Do not Expect Miracles If a cold long neglected or improperly treated has clutched you by the throat you cannot shake it Ipose in a day bnt you can stop its progress and in a reas onable time get rid of it altogether II you use Allens Lung Balsam There is nothing like this honest remedy for bronchitis asthma and other atfectlon of the air passages MATRIMONIAL WiXKLEURosE On last Thursday at time brides home Mr H F Winkler and Miss Laura Rose both of Droyfus were united in marriage- LANTEROWENSMr Elmer C Lan ter and Miss Mattie Owens were married in this city on last Wednesday February 4th PORT WOODPORT WOOD Mr James Portwood and Miss Ruth Portwood both of this county were married at the brides home on last Thursday February IONESHAXSON Last week at the residence of the brides parents in Berea Mr H B Jones and Miss Mary Hanson were united in marriage The groom is a reporter on the Cincinnati Enquirer and is a most cultured gen tleman Time bride is popular with p large circle of friends The CLIMAX ex tends congratulations LAKESTUKPIN Mr James Lakes and Miss Katie Turpin were married in cityMuixNOnEEsYsterday in this city Mr George Maupinand Miss Julia Green were united in marri- ageDEAThS WITT Miss CoraL Witt died in Winchester on last Wednesday Her re mains passed through here on Thurs day for Witt Springs iu Estill county where interment took place that being her old hom- eTwroNMrs Mary E Tipton died last Tuesday at her home near Mt Sterling at the ago of 62 years Deceased was born in this county being before her marriage a Miss Oldham and was an aunt of Mr W D Oldham of this city and of Messrs A B and C K Oldham of Mt Sterling Gyms On last Friday about noon Sirs Nancy Guess passed away after a brief illness of Pneumonia at the age of 78 years Deceased was a devout member of the M E Church South and was all through her life a beautiful Christian character She was a great aunt to Mr Joe Cunningham and sister Miss Clint and more to them she had for years taken the place of aI mother and these two will miss her more than can well be expressed Fun eral services were conducted Saturday afternoon by Rev H G Turner thence her burial in the Richmond Cemetery HOLUmAY Mrs Elizabeth Field Holloway died at her home in Lexington on Sunday evening in the 93rd year of her age Deceased wasa widow of Col William Holloway who was n merchant in this city many years agO being of thefirm pt Field and Holloway and conducted business in tho room now occupied by Mr B W Turner Mrs Holloway was the daughter of Col Ezekiel Field and Patsey Irvine Field After her marriage she and her splendid husband resiled at the old Holloway home on East Main street until after the close of the war at which time they removed to Lexington Deceased leaves a brother Col Zeke and three daughters Misses Mary Pat tie and Annie and two sons Robert and 8anroh to aaoarn her loss Her remain we brought to this city yes- tmsrCayd talwred in our bwMJtlfal Cf5BH rY wh r she now retSbelilJe ho1ovod OM whe long ago pMIItdto tIbeletI yes e Itc 0 J h1 rrfJ Air WHITE VEST A J so up at J FOR MEN U e a II Take Minion boxes sold in post 12 months His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good for burns bruises skin eruptions and piles 25c at all drug stores 1m Mumps As is known mumps have assumed the form of an epidemic in this city and vicinity and tne deaease has caused much disturbance in Caldwell High School and Madison Institute Still it is a common very common sight to see a small urchin standing or walkitig on time streets with his face tied up or as was noticed in one instance without even a bandage around his swollen lace Is it any wonder tben that the desease has gained such a foothold It Is true this affliction is not conidered especial ly dangerousbut it evidently is a source of pain and worry to the once who are its victims and it seems that a little more should be taken than is now Mr W D Oldham is in New York on business Rev PO Eversole of Perry ville was a visitor in the city Monday Miss Julia Higgins left last week for a visit to relatives in Danville Rev I B of Nicholas ville has been visiting in the city Miss Kittie Hislo is at Clay City the guest of her aunt Mrs Mountz Messrs R M and C M Wallace of Versailles were here last Wednesday- Mr Frank P Kisor of Paris was a guest Sunday of Miss Kathleen Doug lasMiss Jennie of Garrard county is a guest at Mrs M M Mil lers Mr J A higgins was in Danville last week the guest of Mr George Mc Roberts Dr Lan man the Oculist will beat the Hotel Glyndon Feb mary 11th Mrs Georgo Prewitt has been the guest of her sister Mrs W D Oldham In Smith president of the Louisville Nashville sytem was in the dry Friday Mr G W Pickels Jr who isattend ing college III Lexington spent Sunday athomeMr Wilson of was a guest over Sunday of Miss Wil lie Mae Jarman Mr Frank B Carr formerly of this city but now of Paris visited relatives here last week Mr awl Mrs R A Woolums enter tamed Mr and Mrs J R Williams 01I Falmouth Sunday Mr Clint Berry of Frankfort at tended the funeral and burial of Mrs Guess on Sunday Mr Herman Frasa and Miss Bessie Turley attended ahopct Lancaster on last Friday night Mrs D G Martin of Orlando was the guest last week of her sister Mrs John C Chenanlt Mr James C Stone ol Louisville was the guest last week f Major and Mrs John D Harris Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivener return ed Monday from a weeks visit to relatives In Estill county Mr Joe Cunningham of Ford was called to the city Friday by the death of his aunt Mrs Guess Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine was the guest several days last week of her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Mrs Lonann Mize returned Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives at Richmond Clay City Times Misses Wiggins and Campbell of Rich mond were the guests of Misses Deve reaur Sunda Dem Rev and Mrs J W and daughter Miss Ray Misses Price and Taylor were in Louisville last week Turner 5HUle Sl Lynn returned yesterday fr8te aim eitended itt to relatives Mrs T L Todd of lord paeF through Rlchnwmd OH Friday in route to Moberly for a short visit W reltlyes 1 g Fashion tells the uptodate young man J that he should wear a White Vest It A is for all dress up sionscburchtcalls r parties and every time or place that re t quires a man to look his best 3 Our Vests are the newest styles direct from New York and are gar ments at very prices A 150 to 250 J Try One Nothing else will brighten your wardrobe such trifling cost GOYINGTON I BANKS OUTFITTERS AND BOYS fi To Cure Cold in One Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Iiven Nearly Forfeits considerable precaution bei- mmgPERSONAL Timberlake Kavanaugh Wednesday LexingtonMilton Lexington Winchester McGarvey MravHoracaG hgjfiwjafcttpjirtit beautiful low This signature MM W H Miller left Monday for Little Rock Arkto be with her sister Mrs J P Eagle who is dangerously- ill Rev Robert Boatman an old C U boy and a prominent Sigma Nu has been visiting friends here for a few daysMrs Chas G Crooks has returned to Danville after a short visit to her mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe on Oak street Mr W C Steger State organizer for the Junior Order of American Mechan ics is in the city to organize a council of that order Dr J K Gilder of Newberry S C was a guest last week at time home of Mr and Mrs William Arnold on the Lexington pike Miss Fannie Culton who has been visiting her cousins the Misses McGuire in Lancaster has returned to her home in this city Mr Charles Boon of Toronto Canada is at the bedside of his uncle Mr Wm Luxon Sr who lies critically at his home on the Tates Creek pike Mrs Roy C White and two children Miss Julia and Mr Galen White have gone to spend two months with relative in South Caiolina and Florida Mr N B Deatherage has been con fined to lila home for several days with a carbuncle on his neck At this time however he is considerably improved Mrs C T Wells is at home from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Louisville She spent Friday in Lexington with her sister Miss Mattie H Mary Ballard of Silver Creek was the guest of Miss Beulah Million Friday and Saturday at the home of her aunt Mrs A C Buchanan on W Maui street Mrs R H Humphries and baby of Nelson county have joined Mr Hum phries in this city where they will re sideMr Charles Magee and family have gone to Nashville Tennessee to reside Mrs Magee and two children will go by Frankfort where she will spend a short while with relatives before going SouthMr II Jones of Pittsburg Pa president of the Big Hill Coal Co was in the city la few days last week He was accompaned by his w ife and daugh ters Misses Bertha andJohnetta Jones Mrs Tevis Wilkerson has returned from Richmond Ky where she has been visiting relatives Master Speed Tevis of Richmond is spending a few days with her Lexington Leader BenItonJ B Stouffer Mr Potts and other rel atives in the county Mr Smith is a native of Madison county but has re sided inMiesourl for the past twenty years Miss Margaret Parrish was hostess of a delightful euchre party on last Fri day evening The tally cards wero pretty hands painted bow knots The first prize was won byMrs BL Mid delton the lone hand prize going to Mrs Emma Fife After the game a delicious lunch was served llrS R L Gentry and Mrs Charles D Miller who were to hays left tilt week forNashville were detained and didnt leave until yesterday They will be absent about oflo month dur ing which time they will be the guest of Mr and Mrs B L Gentry Jr at Nashville They expect also to spend a short while with Mm J B Parrent at Hopkinsville Saturdays Louisville Post contained a most excellent likeness of Miss Co rmne Parrent and thcfollowing notice She is a resident of HopKInaTllle and while only twelve years of age is said to possess remarkable powers as an elocutionist Some ol lhfleadlnA teachers in the country predict a bright future for her She is tho daughter ol Mr and Mrs J B Parrent Mrs Par rent is a sister of Mrs R L Gentry of this city where she and her bright lit the daughter have often visited KIRKSVILLE L The little son ot G B Shepl rd who ha bees quite sick is improving rVMmr t ffJr who lisa bea- t1iiestaly tick with ha grippe fc pa lIliPh ItWe 4 iUtM kps f Crip Days 1 every 25c of her friends soon be out againDr II K on tho sick list this week Miss Tina the Secre st Normal 2 Miss Round Hill locality is Mr E Baker and place The Ladies church will give an the night of the 14th connection with a fine one ot whirl will be worth fee Tickets will be on price 25 cents a worthy causeRev C B moved to our town the call from the Rev Ratch ford received welcome by his brethren the church on able man and Christian Successcures Your corres pondent success in his new field Miss Nettie friends and relatives Beyle county anti ent to Dan ville where in the Farra Watkins Rev Joe at the appreciative Christian to a large and Dont forget Shepherds Han Saturday 14th The proceeds will lunch of the Baptist M K Ross Hill has gone to Paris has accpted a good position Miss Ella Orchard is visiting OK her Cotton V Jr Elmer r 16 A Thoohrffl1 lwH4r A Forever Favorite c1Seats Ie 25 35 and 50c iOn Sa- leEMPTY YES EMPTY Let us Fill Your COAL BIN with f+Red Ash rManchester Pluto Cannel Cdalt +t +++144 Feed of all Kinds LimetCementst Etc STORAGE Agents For Blue Grass Fence Letcher Witt7 Cowl Yard and W jjehpu e- PbOBel42 L N Depot Biohroma JIr PROFESSIONAL CARDS z ATTORNEYS kW MILLER ATTORNBTATLW KICHMOHD KBSTHCKT Ottice nth Durum Building next door to arwera National Bank feb3ly SttLLrve i JA ATTOBNEYATLATV RICHMOND KENTUCKY OtnVe over State Bank Trust co1 op fxite Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS A T LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oilica on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawARICHMOND TUCKY TOffice over Tnylor Uros StoreI JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOnVEYS AND- COUNdlCLLORS AT LAWIlaCHMOND KENTUCKY 1e In John Bennetts old law omce OTer Perry Jt Thomas drug store otPar31oLs DllS GIBSON GIBSONln nyrcLixs AND SUKGEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY o in the Dr Hobson building MinStreet U C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery ilice JkoulTor Huildini Main Street 1e phone at residence tbc Uarr place on Broadway i IIMOND KENTUCKY iV EVANS M Dr PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON kUtOND KKNTUCR1 EO Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 W OJteopathicPhysiciansState Li crature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE tQiaduates Southern School of Ostheopatby DENTAL STIEGEET tT OaWYuve tt VOJSQU DHNTIST OP LOCISVILLB KY OovernssntflufldlngtfriSnd wnl n Harry M Blariton DENTIST jromee lu Dennett Building 1J4y TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday February 11 1903 Taken Up Tsikuii up as estray a small brown frnt king mare mule was taken np on TiHMilay Oct 7 Ownei can have same l y properly proving ownership and p illl charges J II Allman- tf Chief of Police ATTNTIUN We have moved our produce business from the East Eud of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street whe e we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SPjanlv RICHMOND KY j 7Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can cver surpass it KiIgSNew er IPriceg A Perfect For All Throat and I Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It fails Trial Bottles free TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ffC Wenro pleased tostatetlriti- it is on sale at the following plncDs in Madison county- rbnckleSimuone Rcbmond fteircv t Hamilton Waco O Plnnel Red noose W Masters Valley View V Wbitloclc Baldwin NewbyBortonJ W Teater Bdenten CottonbnrgAr O McVTi ter Wall eton BUknerBerly Bcrea T Coy Kfrksvllle Mysterious Circumstance One WAR palo and sallow and the hr frogb and rosy Whence the dif reiic She who is hlnshing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills maintain it By gently arousing the zy organs they compel good diges- on and head off constipation Try hem Only 25c at all druggists 1m In our Stock of Jewelry Sjl V3r w ue etc will be found a rum ber of artiilcs especially np propriate for this reason Those who have adopted the custom of sinning their wiihes theirIHolidays Ioon now purchase lo advan tate There kery laipe a ortment of dainty and cx quisite things in Sterling Silver Quadruple Plate and also many Jfetal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armors old stand 30J1 ly STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A p Sewing Machine STJLJOUJUJ GJLSJOJ LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE gMachinesstitch Two machines in one Run an silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and feed one thhrd faster than other machines Save time and labor OurStandard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front WOOdwork and ball bearings is the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor cheaper machine the New Century swell front woodwork warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the moneY We manufacture sewingmachines from 15 up udbiARBUChXE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 08mor ClIMAX 1 k YEAR WE GO c itVIA I Memphis Kansas City or Chicago fThrough Service of the Very Best to ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA COUNTRYiMEXICO i AND THE PACIFIC COAST ITlie Very Lowest Rates far the Colonist and Kwaeseeker I AM0 LGE0 LEE fc P S TI Little Reck Ark L J SHERIFF1 SALE FOR TAXES Continued from first page Siadiscm Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 C- OPnlllns Mrs Clyde 1 acre 0 SO Hhodcs Jets 1 acre 470 Hliodiif Jim 1 acre i 470 Itiffiardson Ben 1 acre l 70 Sebastian Herman nr 20acres 5 35 Slirewisberry E It 1 lot 11 00 Smith William 1 acres 4 70 SuiiihRobt L 25 acres 13 05 Terry Mrs Amanda 45 acres 17 White Green 1 acres 420 MILLION NO 8 UeckW1lotBogie 445 61 acres 15M Bolser Jacob nr 1 lot 535 itrock Mrs Mary llot 425 seEluriotiVCirpellti4randCosny Coats W y acre 4 70 Cox Sallie A 1 lot 315 Colston Rachel 2 acres 2 Douj as I N 15 acres 6 SO Fain Brack 1 acre 4 20 Ktistor Robt lacre 3 85- Fotor JconiuV acres 3 15 Poster Joel P acres 4 fl Poster James 10 acres 420 Harvciv Norrls 1C acres 4 70 lladen Ellard L Trns for L J HadnlSOacres 13 15 linden L nr 0 lot 8 70- Hensley Mildred nr 36 acres 4 70 Hill Mrs Klizaboth G5 acres 9 85 lloup Jaekeon nr 1 acre 315 Jenkins P P nr 1 lot 2 15- 0Kidweli Kate llot 315 Land Sallie 35 acres 6 50 Lawes Howard 10 acres 4 75 OLongIon John Sr84 acres 11 70- Ixiwry Lizzio 16 ncres 4 85 429LowryTown Vm Ir acre 3 85 lx Ur WHI I acre 420 Master Jiio7xcres 5 83 McKec E U Receiver of Barker Cedar Co 6 acres 60 45 Mioheal T P nr lot 2 nn Million Marv A Sr 86 acres 6 50 Morse Mrs A M 9 lots 18 iO Newby Mis T M I lot 3 15 SIIraiher Mary 20 ncres 425- Henfro Mrs Jane 140 acres 14 25- Itobt Sr ISacres 4 75 Riley Wur 1 lot 2 70 boWers George1 acre 4 70 Taylor Win f lot 6 95 James 1 lot r 4 70 David hot 4 20 Sid nny 75 acres 1520 Filled JnoW 4 acres 4 80 Turner Mrs Kettle jif 4 acres 8 le Turn r Hnrrott nr 40 acres 7 55- Vnndefpool I V loL 420 Warner WIl nr Hot 18 iO Webb hrs 1 lot 2 70 Wheder Cwsli 1 lot 95 WhiUker It W and Jno Warren 60WhitakerWoods Jno B 2 acres 6 10 COLORED UICHMOND NO Itallcw Lucrotia 2 lots S 7 G- OItallanl Wince 1 lot C O5 Barnes II Kebeca and McHenry lot 3 70 Benna diaries 1 lot 806- Blytbo James 1 lot i 5 05 Bettiel lot 5 35 Black Sallie M 1 lot 6 60- HopcB Harrett 1 lot 8 Iii Breck BurjjOyino 1 lot 1140I Richard S hot 10 90 Bronnton Jacob 1 lot 4 70 Burcin Martha lars 1 lot 5 33 Burnam Alice 1 lot 7 05 1Cherlle 1 lot 6 40 Jno C nr 1 lot 5 35 Boyd J B Callie 1 lot 7 55 Cobb Win llot 475 Campbell Mat I lot 5 SO 47E60Chenanlt35ChambersGobi Milindn lot 4 Covington Surah lira 1 lot 435 35CochranOr utcher Nancy 1 lot 4 25 Dowthet Thos lot 9 15 340Embry 15felUl405EstlllBmbrv Mariali lot 3 15 Fifo Mollie i lot 4 70 Sarah hot 4 25 GOFrancisSimpson 1 lot 4 70 70GilbertGuynn Dr Jno Allot 1165 55HarrisSarah 2 acres 4 2Alice 1 lot 4 25 530HillIrvine Joe 1 lot c 95 40Johnson 70Level15MartenAnnl 65Martin15MathewsMcWilliams Lizzlo 1 lot 4 25 35Miller4gar Lucy Miller 15Miller315MassMoberly Geo hrs 1 lot 3 15 15Murry70Massie STORKTiME to most women is a term of anxiety serious sweet anticipation olpainnecessary comes calm nerves steep and recuperation MOTHERS FRIEND nccompmyiugmatetnity dispositionedandMorning sickness sore breasts and ex gradualiyexpardingpenefratinp and Relaxing liniment childbirthMothersand gained a prestige among riCh women welcomedInBy lessening themothers agony tiEmind influenceisneevifli and forms iealtliylaughinghumanityrenisin countryAUrra tkak4L A Beautiful Present delights the one who gives it as much the one who receives It Any article lected from our largo and varied ockof handsome Christmas and eddin Presents cannot fail tode both fiver and recipient YEAGEIl has on display a beauti ful collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the eye FJ YEAGER SECOND STREET Poland Celia 1 lot 5 3 wens Green 1 lot 40- It Thos nr 1 lot 4 2 Parks George Ann 1 lot 5 3Shletl lot 4 5Phelps Jennie 1 lot 14 2 Wai llot 4 75 Rice Belle agt for O Donahoe 1 lot 371 HiceGeo 1 lot 5 6Ropers Mary 1 lot i 3 70 Hodes James llot 3 75 RIhojinsbti Plaigey nr 1 lot 3 70 Shepherd Maircie 1 lot v 3 I Chits Sr 1 lot 5 mith Howard 1 lot 6 40- It Scott llot 6 l5 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 10 0 Irene 1 lot 4 25 Tevis Cassiel lot 5 3 ToddChasHl Jot 60T T 9ribbleTumerDaii hrs 1 lot GW- h Mrs Mattie 1 lot 3 70 Tye James llot 47 WaHhington Nancy hrs 1 lot 4 Walker Speed 878 acres lhos bra 1 lot SOS Mrs Eliasilot 3 Iii 1Viu1 t 6 II White Jas Sr 1 lot 150- h Wm llot 4 00 Rose I lot l l Narcis hot 53- antJas for K P Lodge 1 lot 42 S White Mrs Jas A 1 lot 7 55 White Dave 1 lot 4 70 Winfleld Millie lot 6 O Dow 1 lot 47 0 Willis Llzzfe lot 5SWilliams Charlenrl lot 7 iI IIpWoodsWest Sarah 1 lot 15 YatesMapgie 1 lot sFOXTOWN NO 2 Cbcuault Jas 1 acre 4 20- CtiarlesS acres 4 70 Cosby Alex 1 acre 4 20 Fox HopewellLodge 25 l Fox Hen 2 acres 47- Mark 4 acres 4 10 Hill Joel 3 acres 1 40 Stevelacre 3 1is Jones David 20 acres 5 Langford Amos 4 acres 5 85 McKinney Jeff hr 10 acres 3iMillion Simon 20 acres 420 Murry Alice 1 acre 3 15 Phelps Sam 1 lot 755 Stevens Rice hrs 1 acre 2 60 Smith Scott 3 acres Y Ed 2 acres 4o 9llrompsonAudy Walker Green acres 10 30 20VJliteWhite John 21 acres 940 UNION NO3- BaxierHulda25acres 4 25 Rrooks CharltQp 2 acres 4 0 Clay Wm Sr 1 acre 4 20 Coviugton Bobt 1 acre 5 30 Lane Wash 8 acres 6 96 MillerSam 2acres 485 Quinsberry Florence hrs 15 acres 5 30 Robinson Mary 25acres 3 iO ShearerJack 7 acres 6 40 Shearley Miranda 1 acre 3 15 White John 1 acre 5 15 ELLISTON NO 4 Ballew Lena 7 acres 3 70 Frank 15 acres 4 55 Jackson 2 acres 4 20 Bates S H 3 acres 2 40 Rlanton Arron 40 acres 11 40 Collins Joseph 2 acres 4 00 Cobb Nannie 1 acre 3 l Crocket Henry nr 2 acres 2 60- Howard 20 acres S 30 Doty Chris 1 acre 1 2ri Estill Dolly 1 acre 2GO ISally acre Ellison Andy 25 acres 2g Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 70 Embry William 1 acre 470 Harris Arthnsa 10 acres 315 Emily 47 acres 5 35 Kavanaugh Jamcs3acres 4 26 20MayoMiller June 5 acres 15 40ioorsWmOldham Jno Cacres 4 70 30ReedHarvey acres 4 iO Royston Anpline 10 acres 4 2Mose3 acres 4 W Simpson Mariee 1 nero 2 White Jarratt 3 acres 420 Yates Rachel 1 nero 260 YATES NO 5 42JBarclllY42BlytheRoy 5 acres 5 30 35EmbryFender Wm 4 acres 4 io 30FitzpatrickFrancis Emely 5 acres 2 CO COHookerColeman 12 acres M 20 Betty 20 acres 4 85 Kavanaugb Jerry 4 acres 4 20 00ParksSmith Isaac 2 acres 5 85 40Tribble 5WhiteGLADES NO 6 Adams Henry 1 acre 7 i 4 20- iBallard Howamllota v 47Q 20Best70Blythei David nrSacrea 6S5 275BoggsBtrnam 2QCj1arhc ClarkEd1acr 4 55 iSyGOCorneliaon CriRler Dave Here 4 20 Crocket bra 50 litres 2 Denney Amanda 2 acres 2 C- CDeiihain Jerry 1acres 5 82 Dig s Beltle 13 area 8 75 Sidney 13 acres 5 DfgK Rodia t27 acres 503 Ealey Dan 2 acres 4 70 Farris Jolm 4 ncria 550 Millie 1 acre 2 70 Fish Mariali 6 acres 3 75 Frankling Jas 1 nero 400 Gentry Joe 20 acres I 530 Goolow George 1 acre 4 10 Haines Riley 1 acre 4 20- Jeukhif Ed 34 acres 14 7- 5ennedyJas1lotK 4 45 Mason Frauk2l crts 4 70 Manpln Roht 20 acres 5 85 Martin lire net et 425 lei 3 flows 5 85 McRaio Bony acres 5 85 Miller Moses 8 ncres fi SO AC1Iot I 5 3C Isaac 2ncrts 5 80 Smith 5 kotos 530 Morau Sain 3 acres 750 Paton Frank 2 ncres 4 70 larksJnol4a rI8 450 leton Frank acre 4 70 Hash 11120 acres 6 40 li odes Narcis L Jot 535 Shearer Saiah 20 acres 5 70 Jno 5 aCTs 4 SO Simpson Anderson 1 acre 4 25 Titus Alford V4il ames 1G 00 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 SO 1Spellcer nero 4 50 West Dovy 1 lot Z 15 White Knda 23 acres 5 95 Willis 12 acres 5 30 II William 4 acres 5 30 Ueo 1 lot 5 05- Willmoie laJlle and sister 1 Tot 5 Oi Y ater Horace 61 aces lot 7 55 KIRKSVILLE XO 7 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 15 l Holltisvortli Belle 1 nero 5 35 Mniipin Win 15acros 11 40 Mlllr Geoiir l t 3 15 Moran Jake acre 5 85 oss George 13 acres T05 Turner Sum G lot S 30 Watts Ike 4 acres 5 30 White George 5 acres 470 MILLION NO Bntfie Millpr 3 acres 4 20 Bogie tqIIrA ISacres 5 85 Uroaddus Phil 4racre 4 on Burton Win Sr2 acres 4 00 Clark Irvin acres 5 00 DejnrneU Franlc 2acres 4 30 iubryJetU7aures 585- Fiancis Manila I acre 2 3C Green Lloyd 4 acres 4 10 Jones Nulysis E nr lot 2 G- OMiiinliiy Jool 1 lot 4 10 Munday Tolio 1 lot 420 Sebastian Kcbt 4 acres 4 70 Turner Inyu 1 Jot 4 20 Warren Georg 7 acres 5 30 Willie Isaac 1 acre 420 JOHN r WAGERS SMC Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced pas and water rates t lias been so encouraged by increased- aimnago in both during the present ear that it has determined to allow a disoount of 25c per 1000 feet on thIn minating tras furnished on aud after Dec I 1901 thereby reducing the net prico ofJuas from 200 to Sl75 givenhatpnyhismonth at the ofllce or who is indebted to paythethe company for water All delin ception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 2719G1 dec4 tf Diamond Brooches Lockets and ornaments ot all kinds and at all prices are a feature of our stock tf LE Lane MANY thousands of dollars worth of valuable machinery was destroyed by fire in the Niagara Falls Power and Conduit Companys plant last Friday There was plenty of water in the neighborhood but it was impossible to use it rightly Tetter SaUltheum and Eczema smartinginoldentto by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been pernitnently cured by it Itis equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for jsoro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and trcnnifugo They are not food but medicine and ths best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 ents per package NINE thousand murders is the record for the United States during the past year It may become necessary to introduce the water cure to make it as safe to be a citizen of the United States as a sol dier in the Philippines A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures nit kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of lJothroenimdm children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mall on receipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above manufacturerSend for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Ow jn McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 0 1002 Dr E W BaISt Louis MoDearISir I have uied bun Texas Wonder naUscGrealDiscov eryfor kidney dnirbladder trouble Iweighed 160poniids when I began usine It to lay I weifjj 17C pounds and I feel better than Ibave in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan lv JOHN RIDDEL 4 EIGHT thousand miles of railroad wee built in the United St3td3 last yeal and it seems thttequally as many will be built uring the pres enbryeaiy ai prospects are 0tfd 1 P r nhoMIsindtheODIY ernoi1Tle1tllcr Stqte Om Mrs Anderson a prominent society worjian of Jacksonville Fla daughter of Recorder of Deeds West who witnessed her signature to the following letter praises Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound DEAR MBS PcnoiAjr There are but few wives and mothers wht have not at times endured agonies and such pain as only women know 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