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I TlHEc RICHMOND CLIMAX= vOLUME 29RICHMOND MADISON CQIINTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYFEBRUARY IS 1903 NUMBER 39 r r a NEW FIRM New Goodsr New Prices CALL AT THE I EGC Cmsfa Btore CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS Opened Monday with a new and complete line of Dry Goods Notionst Carpets Clothing Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishings b 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 themSquare dealings and polite attention guaranteed to allay Very respectfully LACKEY HAMILTON Props he Racket Store jHas laid in a complete stock of new Goods which is now offered to the Cash Traded Every useful article needed in the house can be found on our shelves 8 We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year andwish all a happy and prosperous new yean6 HE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of iA lete Goal t5tt4 + 4+ + + 4++ ++ 411+ 1+ 404 + N4144N- Guaranteed to last all night in ordinaryJ i gratt without any attention J tfA 4 4+ + ++ 5 + 44 +4+ + + + 1+ + ++ ++ 4++411 ++ y Autumn Opening Sale of 0 FURNITUFELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dining Room and if Kitchen Furniture tWe guaranteed to save you money W ecprdially invite our country friends TO call make our store their headquarters V We Mmt please Our success depends upon Thand the reasonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight vou Mattings and Carpets in variety Our P cture Department is complete Framing neatly dune mouldings always carried 1 jO JOIL7IN Phone Naynes x47 RICHMOND KX T StYci Ga1ItrTtiline C l n ia alty tU1b11 jf SheriffsFOR Sale Taxes 1902- OF Land and Town Lots J F Wagers Sheriff of Madison county will offer at Public Sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kyr 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 J902 WHITE RICHMOND NO1 Baxter Robert A 20 acres S 4 70 Bolton Mrs Mary 1 lot 7 55 Burton Lee 1 lot 10 85 Clear Mrs Marv l lot 7 55 Clore Clave nr 1 lot 7 55 Davis Mrs Sallie 1 lot 5 95 Evans Dr G W do W G White 1 lot 260 Faulkner Mrs Nannie nr 1 lot 10 90 Farley Wm his lot 4 25- llarrisou0 H nr Slots 980 Hacker TO hrel lot 3 15 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots H 93 doges Mrs Lzziu 1 lot 10 10 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 55 Narcum0 P 2 lots 9 15 McKenna Mrs Catherine 1 lot 12 70 Miller Lydia L l lot 3 15 Parrish S D 5 acres 4 lots 9 IJ Pan idly S I k 1 D Powell 1 lot 360 Parrish t U Martha Kitnbrell 02 acres 4 25 Pitman Inc A 11 acres 15 65 Powell Mrs Mary 2 lots 8 70 Pence J B nr 1 lot 13 40 tier Mrs Lottie lot 13 l5 Hiclmrils A E nr 1 lot 3 70 Roberts MM Mary J 1 lot 57 65 Stonfler B agt JnoTribblel lot 4 23 Wallace H Gardner 1 lot 10 30 White W G d W L Farley 1 lot 2 60 White W G A Joe Bush 1 lot 9 85 Wilson Sirs Winnie 3 lots 3 70 Williamson Mrs Mary nrl lot 4 2j Worthman Joe B nr lot 3 la FOXTNWN NO2 Bolin James 4 lots 4 30 Bolln Noah 4 lots 6 40 DavisJ G 122 acres 1270 Forbes Saylor 1 acre 4 55 Guess JnoS 40 acres 585 Newby Mrs Luchdia 55 acres 9 95 Stafford Mrs Jno W 79 acres 7 55 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 4 70 Walton Mrs A M 27 acres S 25 UNION NO3 Bowman Jas 10 acres 6 40 Denny Nannie lira 5 acres 2 GO Freeman Nancy J hrs 39 acres 5 40 Hisle do DenneylSacres 3 O Lewis Geo W nr 55 acres 540 Xunnelly Frank 1 acre 10 Risk Jessegar or Wade Shearer 26 acres 705 SIllIldrlIr Julia A 57 acres 870 Sexton Arch hra nr 32 acres 4 8 Wailer Charles 35 acrfs 69i WittN BnrTacres 315 ELLISTON NO4 Adams A W25 acres 5 85 Adams George 8 acres 4 70 Butler John W 125 acres 17 95 Conner Jnmes 4 acres 20 David Richard 53 acres 9 85- Dtzier lurtld2OacresYrt 5 85 Ellison Amos 4 acres 4 iO Fain Nathan nr 35 acres 765 Gentry Dave 3 acres 4iO JenninRsVEvnline 2 acres 2 o0 Johnson Blith hrs 30 acres 425 Johnson V2 acrra 4 iQ King Mrs Nnncy 25 acres 3 1- 6PortwooJMr8 Marth 15 aeresX3 80 Turaer Edua 7 acres 2 11- 5W14ikle JtI Sollis tick G 9c- K C YATES XO 5 As ery Lydia 11 acres e S25 Baker Saut 6 acres t pp 70BengeBurnett Bruce 20 acres 14 75 30Cates7nOornelisonCoker A G 4 acres 530Creekinore A W 130 arres 24 25 40Foot585GentryGentry David nr 40 acres 15 ppGutridge OHllrleyGillard Hendricks Ed 5 acres 4 75 655HollandJackson Koht 3 acres r pp 95Johnson 30Jones40KendredSnllfeKindred Mrs Nancy B hrs 124 15KindrellKidwell Mary J 40 acres 315 00taulb20Lamb85Lakes7oLakes30Lawson 15Lovet85MlzeMoore Wm L hrs 33 acres 13 15 80Riddle20Rogers tTiptonTodd Seth 15 acres li uo Todd Charley 30 acres 1 75 Todd Lydia 6 acres 2 40 Vaughn Polly 7 acres 2 60 Vanwinkle James 0 acres 4 00 Vanwinkle Palfrtine 10 acres I 00 Vanwinkle Pal 18 acres 00 Warford Thomas nr 50 acres a 75 Winkler A J nr 86 acres 7 55 Winkler Christopher 25 acres 4 75 Woolery Amos 1 acres 4 20 Woolery Will nr 1 aero 2 60 Young Hugh 24 acres li go Younjr Margaret 7acres I 75 GLADES NO 6 Anderson Jas E 75 acres 95 Asberry Elizabeth nr 4 acres 2 60 Azbill Jno J lot li Sj Bates James 200 acres Ii 8iJ Ballard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 3 70 taker Amanda 75 acres 42Beasley Sallie acre 2 60 ienue Warren 3 acres i 00 Jrockmau Eb 15 acres l 30 rJronston Vm 28 acres 1250 Burton Jno 3 acres 8 00 Simon Harry nr 50 acres 533 Juford Thomas 17 acres r I Sj Stints Jns H lot Ii U5 Jnrnell Lyman 50 acres 540 Burnell Jasper acres 4 10 Chit Richard 5 acres I 55 Cornelison Robt H 6 acres 4 76 Coyle Thos J Jr 1 lot l 85 Cope Jno W 1 lot II 10- IOrutcherJno W nr 3 acres 210 nr 1 lot 25 Eden Sam nr 1 acre 2 50 Gabbard Don C 6 acres I 76 Gabbard Jno hrs 20 acres 125 Giles Nary nr 1 lot 425 Grant Walter 20 acres 5 fi Hatfield Wm lot 1 55 Hays Philip 50 acres 5 85 Harrison Tlios J 25 acres 5 75 Harrison Bnrrett F 25 acres 9 60 Harrison Lewis S 46acres 5 85 Harris Thos 1 acre 3 70 Hellard Wm 2 acres I 20 Hill George 2 acres 4 75 Joskins Mrs Elizabeth 100 acres t 25 Hurley Jas SOacres 5 65 Hill Nancy and E Jones nr 35 acres 2 iO Idson Mrs Maud 10 acres 2 85 Isaacs Godfrey nr 1 lot 5 95 Jones Mrs Mary J GS acres 4 70 Jones Lizzie and N Hill 30 acres 2 75 Jones Joe nr Mot 370 Johnson Schuyler J 16 acres 5 85 Johnson Jno M 20 acres 5 65 Johnson Beverley 8acres fi 50 Kindred Reuben 1 acre 5 95 Kindred Harvey 2 acres hot 11 40 vinihrell John 80 acres 8 05 imbrell Amons acres 4 70 rain J no A ur 97 acres 4 8j LAWS Caleb 8 acres 4 50 Liogsden J G 26 acres 6 05 LmiBforci James W 1 lot 5 30 Maupin Frank 1 lot 6 40 Mathews Alice nr 400 acres 1095 McIIone William 25 acres 4 85 Moore Lou and Mary 52 acres 7 55 Murrell Wm 2 acres 4 30 Ogjt Jas W 3 acres 4 30 Parks Richard acres 5 85 Pigg Wm H 20 acres 4 95 Pond James and sisters nr 23 acres 315 Preston D Allot 6 95 Reynolds Asberry 1 lot 4 75 FUcliariteon John 1 lot 7 55 Robinson WJlaon 9 acres 4 30 Rogers William 70 acres 10 30 Scott Max 2 acres 4 20 Settle Geo W so acres 2 lots 7 55 Settle A P and G W 62 acres 3 15 Shockney Thos nr 18 acres 2 70 Shockley Wm lint 5 85 Skinner Wm acres 8 75 Tatuin Mrs Matlie 10 acres 3 15 Taylor Frank 15 acres 6 05 Tacker Geo W 2 acres 5 30 Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 3 15 Todd Susan E 2 acres 2 50 Todd Joe E 20 acres 6 40 Turpin Willis 10 acres 4 20 Turpin Kobt 4 acres 4 70 Van winkle Jno W 12 acres 580 Vanwinkle Joseph A 6 acres 3 05 VVatklns Thos H I lot 4 20 West Sallift and Rose 7 acres 3 15 Weaver Salem 26 acres B 30 Williams Mary A 27 acres 705- iVilsonJno R nr4 acres 2 75 Young Juo T 100 acres 585 XIRKSVILLE No7 Byrun Mrs P M 12 00 Barnes Wm and Jas E 5 Acres 7 15 Beasley Sallie C 11 ot 22 05 Harton Mrs Nancy hrs2 acres 5 35 Kinnard June 7 acres 720 Lambert Wesley nrGl acres J4 80 Lawrence Mrs J II 1 lot 7 55 Lughton Henry 13 acres 4 70 Ledford Leander nr G8 J12 05 Long t Thos acres 4 70 Continued on fourth page Madison Lodge No 1831 lot 2 60 Rhodus Jewol acre 470 Bhodne Jno 1 acre 4 70 Richardson Ben 1 aero 4 70 Shrewsberry Ell r10t 11100 47gSmhbrRobt Terry Mrs Amanda 45 acres R1760 While Green 1 acre 30 tBeck 46 Bogie MM 8rk tl cw 95 Bolwr J eol urlW S36 roekf Iff MAry 1k41 496 THE OLD RELAB- LEgtOY4 l tt4K rfG- POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Some Thoughts AboufDad We happened in a home the parlorworked in letters of redI What is Home Without aI Mother Across the room was another brief God bless Our Home Now whats the matter with God bless Our Dad He gets up early lights the fire boils an egg grabs his dinner pail and wipes off the dew of the dawn with his boots while many a mother is sleeping He makes the weekly handout boa the butcher the grocer the milkman and bak er and his little pile is badly worn before he has beenhome an hour He stands off the bailiff and keeps the rent paid up If there is a noise during the night dad is kicked in the back and made to go down stairs to find the burglar and kill him Mother darns the socks but dad bought the socks in the first place and the needles and the yaVn afterward Mother does up the fruit well dad bought it all and jars and sugar cost like mischief Dad buys chickens for the Sunday dinner carves them himself and draws the necks from the ruins after every one else is served What is home without a mother but what is home without a father Ten chances to one it is a boarding house father is un der a slab and the landlady is the widow Dad heres to you youve got your faults you may have lots of em but youre allright and they will miss you when youre goneEx A Fatal Mistake Is Often Made By The Wisest People Its a fatal mistake to neglect back acheBackache is the first symptom of kidney ills- Serious complications follow Dbans Kidney Pills cure them promptly Dont delay until too late Until It becomes diabetes Brights disease Read what this gentleman says CRrt D W Welsh keeper of the Wood County Infirmary Parksburj W Va says 1 had to go around trying to evade pain constantly aware that a false step jerk or twist would bring 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 on Third street and have something to get in the drug line every time I come in It was there I learned about Doaiis Kidney Pills and I tookjn supply home with me and used them My wife used them and my sister Mrs A Amick No 645 Seventh street used them They cnred the three of us I am here in the city every few days and can substantiate the remarks I have made For sale by dealers Price 50 cents a box FosterMilbnrn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the U S Remember the name Doans and take no other 1m A boy in Illinois having no capital and not education suf ficent to enable him to live without manual labor was anxious to learn some trade at which he could make an honest living But the trade unions havinglimited the num ber of apprentices he was not allowed to learn any trade though he tried in several places including Chicago At last he stoleasetofharness- in order to be sent to the re form school where he would be taiight a trade He said he knew the owner would get his harness unin jured This is a shameful thing in a that tends to be freeWestern RecordEscaped an Awful Fate Mr H Hajreinsof Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told mo I hd Con sumption and nothing could be done for mo I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption in duced me to try it Results were startliBX I am now on the read to NewDiscoveryThis great care te throat jwwi Itug dtoewea by all drug WttsPrieeIllle t 4flOO Trial Bot Uti freet lm r i Jefferson DAVIS One of the oldest and high est army officers nowin Washington said the other day in speaking of the signal servic- as a portion of the department How few of our know that to Jefferson Davis belongs the credit of having the signal bureau made a part of ourarmy Itis true never theless In ever possible way disagreeing with the doctrines- of the president of the South ern Confederacy yet Iam fair enough to say that in his administration of the War Department under Pierce 18 5357 he exhibited thorough business and progressiveness Mr Davis instituted many reforms in the tactics discip line and government of the army the goodeffects of which are yet seen and felt I do not think that any man can doubt but what he was well up in all matters relating to war y Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrhMedicine Sent Free The two diseases are the result of an awful poisoned condition of the blood If you have aching joints and back crippledhands thaItiredtism or the hawking spitting blurred eyesight deafness sick stomach head throntdischarges BotanicBlooapoison in the blood which cause these healthybloodenpply membranes and makes a perfect cure of the worst rheumatism or foulest ca lool1Balmgredients good for weak kidneys Im dyspepsiaA Thoroughlyil per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free nlmCoOspecial free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m A Cure for Lockjaw A lady writing to us from Hot Springs Va says that she read in the Herald where a bean poultice would cure lockjaw She incloses the following and says thatno one need have that dreadful de sease if they will use this remedy Smoke the wound or bruise in all wool clothnew or old for twenty minutes Take live wood coals in a shovel Tear the cloth in inchwide strips lay them on the coals and hold the wound over the smoke just far enough from the coal not to burn Do this for twenty minutes This will give in stant relief and one or two more applications will effect a perfect curet I have tried the above myself several times on bad wounds from rusty nails bruises etc and have always been relievedand cured in each case as above Egg shells may be used to advantage in starting delicate plants for transplanting The half shells are filled with earth and set in a box also contain ing dampened earth A hole is made in the point of the shell to allow drainage A single seed is then planted in shell which is easily broken when transplanting is done without the slightest disturb ance of roots This use of egg shells is the discovery of a Freuchgardenerwhoclaims that they are vastly superior to the little pots generally nsed for the purpose by flor itsExEvery now and then there is an alarm sounded in regard to the giving out of the coal supply of the world Itseems probable that the Anthracite mayo it be ing found in Pensylvania Wales and China But dis coveryof new fields ofthesoft coil are frequent Coal fields estimated to contained more than five hundred millions of a good glade have been dis ufILuxBelgium is such a small coun try and such an old one it would seem nothing new could be found in it Boston is3 shade pf more foreign than Chicago It has 351 per cent of foreign born while Chicago has only 34 6 per cent But New York is more foreign than either The j erc 1tag e of foreign born is 33V per cent These three run s cjpse race for the lead S ft llraacisco cOflaeg in witlrll3 per cent BUSY gEE CASH STORE HASMOVEDe To their Handsome Building on Main streete OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE a EmbroideriestWash namingfirstclass on We have just placed on sale the largest and most up to date line of Qarpets MattinLinolems etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cash prices will repay you for a look through this department alwayshavevite you WD ILDHAMco BUSY BEE CASH STORE Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back 7 For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh be so much needs To all weak andsickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver oiladelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and strengthSCOTT do BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 50oand Pearl StreettNew York ar Svas New Orleans and Mobil- eFebruary 824 One Fare for Round Trip via nMTflUuuU Tickets orfsale February 1723 inclusive Good returning Fob 28 inclusive Ask ticket Agents about extention limit or write ST SwiftPTALFIINGTONKY Military Bounty Laud Warrants and Soldiers Additional Homestead Maims If you have one sand par licuar rloRK Kelley Baird building Kansas City Mo and see what he will give your for it 1 tno B KKmtLET MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys ISKINSfurth t For General Passenger Agent Chicago L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapt3a lyrPhone 85 MRS L S ADAMS Of Calv ton Texas ingtoseven years with weakness and bear Ingdown pains and having tried sev ua and different remedies with no success your Win of Cirdul was ibconly which helped me and eventually cured me It seemed to streagthcalbs 1tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who hue disordered menses faUingof the womb ovarian tr or any of I these ailments that women have jOorselfathomeththis of Cardui Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not to wen today All droge 100 For stomach liver or bowel disorder Thedfordi BlackDraoght should be used atvintarmmID Ctattanoog Medicine Cot l C v TcmIWINEoFCARDUII Louisie Atblic Railrsil DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VenalllesLawrencetmrg Shel j maudtflamForgatheraCreek TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Lonlivllle Lexington and llMa ni mFromFrom Millers Creek 830 a m O M BROWNING neD Mgr KyRRichmond Hy GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons- J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky M ++CALL AT++ + + JONES 1 HERSBON SALOON PARLR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and mcst refreshing- of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating cle rs Jennlce Saratoga Water Kept oa Tap i1 Phone 3 S cond St LtHE CLIMAX 100A Tear T I h V yi i iPr wires rI he Richmond Climax J 0 CHBNAOLT President D MILLER Man rer- OnT B CRONE Edltor =WEDNESDAY FEB 18 1903 rDBLISIIKD XVKBY WKDNRSDAY BY Ths Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIEOTITJUDOE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- announcements p We are authoriird to announce FJ PER IaNof BaldwU a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic partyIWe are authorized to announce D C G1IGG3as a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party A MEMORIAL volume has been prepared by Dr L H Blanton of Danville for the f iends of the lateDr Thomas A Bracken the wellknown divine of Lebanon Ky Itcon jams introduction commen ting upon his wide charity and large toleration and of his long pastorate in Lebanon A brief history of the Bracken family is given and anaccount of Dr Brackens education This is made more interesting by the fact that his early min istrations were during th trying times of the civil war a ul that on account of his strong Southern sympathies Dr Brackens life was often in danger and he passed through some exciting adven tikes In another section of the memorial the worth of the pastors church work is dwelt uion His domestic life was an example The latter part cif the book contains an account of the funeral services the resolutions adopted by the church sessions presbyteries and the Board of Trustees of Central University IN a recent interview W J Bryar made the following statement I have said on many occasions that I am not and will not be again a candidate for renomination said Mr Bryan and you cannot make that statement too emphatic Under no consideration would I again go into the field and I say this now for the benefit of my friends in theEast I am a plain worker in theDem otratic ranks and am content to remain as such A NEW YORK woman issuing her husband for a divorce because he is a fool 3 f she wins her case what a jarful letting don of bars here will be all along the line THE Harrodsburg Democrat is getting religious having purchased the old Baptist church for its office This is au instance of the devil being within the church walls C fBrowerCo 1 LEXINGTON KY The Sweeping Reduction we are making in Furniture Carpets Draperies Wall Paper Wood Mantels Has been favorably commented by all who ha taken advantage of th opportunity highJydreds of our customers Never have we offered such reliable goods at such prices It will be great Money Saving you to visit our store during this sale CJBrowerCoJ M UN ANA BROU WAY h k LKXiKGTON try N 4 a PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT in the presence of Secretaries Root and Cortelyou on last Saturday signed the bill which provides for a Department of Commerce It is understood that Cortelyou will become secretary of the new department The signing of this measure created what promises to be one of the most important departments of the government William Loeb Jr will succeed Cortelyou as secretary to the President Now that a father in Buffa lalodaughter because she was to ignorant to live Senator De boe ought to find still greater consolation in the fact that he was not born a gal baby Louisville TimesP- RESIDENT ROOSEVELT has hired an Italian fencing master and will take lessons in the manly art of self defense Is the President afraid that the Southern coons will grow troublesome Georgetown Times Becquerel has shown that theradiumemits cathode rays moving at a velocity of over 120000 miles per second A particle traveling with this velocity and starting from the earth would reach the moon in two seconds An infallible cure for founeexamining ones features attentively in a mirror The idea is that by this means the eye rests on an unchang ing surface and the sense o motion gradually becomes less An American chemist has invented a tube for truth You speak into it the chemi cal solution changes color ac cording to the tensity of your emotion and truth and men dacity are describnd as bein quite distinctand vivid Three years ago oil wells were unknown in Kentucky Today there are in existence 305 producing wells within the boundaries of the Com monwealth The amount o capital invested in the pro duction of oil in Kentucky ex ceeds 3000000 The Baptist Theological Seminary of Yokohama has this year the largest enter ing class since its establishment One man who entered the seminary recently has been head priest in several temples Marianna Moroei who proudly asserted that she car ried Pope Leo in her arms when he was a boy has just died in her 101st year The Pope received his old ours at a private audience 4in October THERE will be four Sun days four Mondays feu Fridays and four Saturdays in this month of 28 days When will this happen again p PantagraphIn 1953 and every year intervening except leap yearsOwINGSVILLE has a new p per which made its first appearance last Thursday It bears the name of The Weekly Messenger and is straight Democratic which fact alon insures its success Albert Shiels principal of a New York public has been offered the princi palship of the normal school which the Argentine Repub lie is about to organize at one of its principal cities RUSSELL SAGE pleads for the trusts because they are so young But like Russell they are plenty old enough to know betterLou Times Great Banquet Without Wine Disr the Kansas State university drew together many of the most noted educators of th country The exercises which lasted three days closed vith a banquet covers laid for 1200 es The most notable feature of this rare celebration was the beverat0ge g served to any of the guests Beware of Hatatats for Catarrh That GwUks Mttfcw- ra mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tile whesenteringltthrnsgthe should never be used ex epton scriptions from reputable physieliM as the damage they will do to tea fold to the good you can siblyderhft from them Halls Catarrh Cure ttmnnfcct wed by FJ Cheney k Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and 1a taken in ternally acting directly apoa the Mood YMemIn m re lntallyter F J Cheney Co Twtlmonlalfree plkke9ieperHallf bettta l cIH Sak Mestrs Chenault Embry Turleyu first great combination sale was held last Wednesday and Thursday at the iladlson County Rock Yards and good crowds Were out both days AH stock offered brought fair prices and the stockmen were well satisfied Below we give a list of the salee Gable Salterblack jack owned by A K Doty sold to Robert Long Cotton burg Judge Benton blackjack owned by A K Doty sold to J N HendrenCot tonbuni105Oiay owned by Mark Phelps sold to M A Collins Richmond Ky 00 Frank Turner black jack owned by W W Brookshire sold to Jack Bag nd Clark county 240sBlack jack owned by J PSimmons sold to Jake Herndon 15 Black Bogal black jack owned by Percy Crutcher Spring Station Ky sold to S A Bass Rnssellville 200 Marcus black jack owned by Kmbry and Smith sold to Perry Powell 190 John Turley black jack owned by W J Collins sold to J N Hendren 30J Joe Embry black jack owned by WJCollins sold to A K Doty J90 Tommy PicVels black jack owned by J W Smith sold to J R McKinney 00 Levi black jack owned by R C Bogfts sold to S A Bass seUvillel Ky 13- 0John U Calhoun black jack owned by G B Turley sold to Joe Chenauit 50Roy White black jack owned by M A Phelps sold to John Turley 150 H M T black jack owned by G B Turley sold to Joe Chenault 30 Charlie Hooker blackjack owned by G B Turley sold to D C Origgs 165Black Bird black jack owned by T Dicdk Stylish Loncfellowbrown jackowued by T B Adams Brighton Ky sold to J Brootsbiro 260 Royal Bred black jack owned by T AfMogul Irvine grey jack owned by Lee Smithasold to Dick BaconFayette county roo Tom Griggs grer jack owned byXee Smiths sold to Dick Bacon Fayette county 70 JENNETB Mogul Griggs grey jennett owned by Leo Smitha sold to Dick Bacon of Fayette county 145 Mogul grey jennet owned by gLee Smillia sold to Dick Bacon Fa ette county 28 Maud Leer grey jennet owned by Lee Smiths sold to Win McCord 16 Jennet Colt owned by Lee Smith sold to J W Herndon Ines McCord black jennet owned by 431flf sold to J B Dozier 16 Mary Alexander black jennet owned by Lee Smitha sold tqBobettLnn 8 30 1Jennet Colt owned by Lee Smith sold to H H Colyer tO Miss Howard black jennet owned by Lee Smith a sold to H H Colyer fO Fannie Bridgefortb black jennet owned by Lee Smitha sold to R C Bogus 33 Jennet Colt owned by Lee fimitha sold to T J McKinney Brown Jennet owned by Embry Smith sold to J J Embry 15 Black Jennet owned by Embry Smith sold to Wm Powell Myrtle black jennet owned by G B Turley sold to Ed Terrill 30 GeB Brown Jennet owned by Dillard Berryman sold to James Combs 15 noasES stalliorn f Lakes 13- Robert T brown stallion owned by J So Tudor sold to J W Stagner 150Tom sorrel stallion owned by Harry Bnrriam sold to Tobe Lakes 140 Joe Eric bay stalliont owned by W Ballard sold to T B Adams atato H Thorpe 100 Imported Militia English Hackn stallion ouned by M S Cohen sold John Turley 235 stallioeD o Chenault 100 Grey Mare owned by John Tuney 1sold to Irvine Hume geldingownedi by tt 75 Kate bay mare owned by Frank Turner sold to Al Williams 31 ++ + + aeH Fo M i++ SPECIAL ti 4 440 +ONINiNtflH +Nit+ dentist next do to Government building tl Richmond 1- gYsvrybowerlandsoothing healing influences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Heinzs Prajerves and Baked Beans Fraza Bros Phone 165 Second St fihackelfordQ pStry to get what people will have If 4nitssible A dollar saved is Just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pickup dollars but we can assure yon that buying jewelrY of us will mean many a dollar saved you Compare our prices and goo with those of anybody else in town and you pill agree that this fs true tf LELAUIS Nearly Forfeits His Life fatalleJ t foaryeuv it defied all doctors IRe all Salvebadnagood ferlrarag bruieessTdaeruptotHI- and piles aec at dmgBtore 1m Lwt A black sill white wtt r don A TibttrArerart xi1Cbe wu Te tarn or any igtttloe lNItiag to rc eevttry r Ctbiarl +r tnQI- l1ot 1 X Ii liar He After the L t A Hon J W Aryan of CovIngton an attorney for the Louisville and Kashr ville railroad was in the city last Friday in company with Sir John Ams den president of the Louisville At lantic railroad They came in President Amsdens private car and left dnr ing the afternoon for Richmond Before their return they will make a complete inspection of the property into Beatty villa the terminus of the road This fact in itself or because of the fact that the two gentlemen were to gather would have no significance were it not well known that the Louisville and Nashville has been anxious to secure control of this road for along time Color is given to this because of the fact that the Louisville and Nash ville people desire to reach the virgin of the 5taten bleb is rich in oil ore and lumber the Rich mondBCatfy vllle route being much shorter than from iiny othei section of the 1 N line Jesaamine News Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel Barnes deceased must file same property verified on or before March 15 or be hatred All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate Are requested to settle MEL LIZZIE BARNES feb 1841 Administratrix OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash guaranteed is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in 100 per gallon 10It u battles 5II5U uju s 260u 5u cobottles 3t u 2u II II jUgS 210 Orders promptly filled PropOldMcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Farm For Rent If not sold on or before that day I will on SATURDAY FEB 21 1903 at 2 oclock p m in front of the post office ill Kingston Ky rent to the highest and best bidder the farm knows as the COL MUNDAY FARM acreYn grass about 100 acres to go in corn and about 20 or 25 acres for oats TERMSCash or a note with good security negotiable and payable in bank with C per cent interest with lien reserved on crop Rfl BBONACGH ACT Crab Orchard Ky R H CKOOKE ATTY IRichmond Ky FINE TRAINSTO FLORIDA Florida Limited Chica go and Florida Special Superb Pullman Serv ice without change from Chicago Indian apolis Cincinnati an Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine 8 5Q h 1Zra 0 U3ay and4oCresee n IZa te These trains are the Fin est and Fastest in the South and carry dining cars Observation cars SleepersGcarsa illustrase of Florida and Cuban Re adtoSouthern railway or eC C Stewart T P A Lexington Ky C H AveLouisville LoutHPublic Sale JfJrryBroaddusPublic Sale ou the premises near Mob erly on Muddy creek in Madison coon ty Ky beginning at 10 oclock on Tuesday March 10 the following projierty One farm containing 174 acres mot Oldhrfarmcultivation and has a good dweltia and all necessary outbuildings hometinblueacres There is on this farm n class welling containing eleven room also another smaller dwelling and two outbuildingscondition very fertile well watered toand delightfully located lERYSlhe land will be sold on payments onethird cash and one third in nine and ano third in JeCqtaddayofgivenInf the forgoing farms will first be offered Leindicatedsold in the manner bringing the moat money wwill8 property Five cows two with calves 31 sprinjlinll f 1boar1 yearold mare mule 1 4yearold mare mule 1 harness mare and 1 brood ma fodderanbayhold and kitchen furniture dayofOr BHOADDUS 10ABriC6feb183taeetlloTa owt l kSo is directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried the Main street butchers The mail or der Business of this firm has growh to such proportions that we are now maldng a specialty bur r i Wholesale Department Our constant endea J is s to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect 3K satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow rButt r Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in instance to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky exisjtncepromptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach 1m DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond TO OURS A COLD IN ONE SAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money flit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop Itchiness of the skin in any part ot the body Deans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents 1m Meat dishes 10 cents such one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg and Feed ICoal added Hay Corn and Feed Stuff to our Coal business on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the citizens of Richmond and Madison county this class of goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give us a call Beattyville Coal Co JACK FREEMAN Mgr Telephone 184 nov 263mo TKEBST LNE taUlsvlll t1At1 4 s a s3iseoInd inna olu loainilie Raifay ToTxEFAMOUSIYFIiLTfIR S NEszn- nutaaS0aA A Hew Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors I Also a complete line of weardgorgeous Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White GibsonCorner Main and Second R H Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every daYtcordially invite you to call wjRH0 Humphreys PHONE NO 31 L1 BANKRUPT SALErYAs Receiver in Bankruptcy of the E V Elder stockol Dry Goods and General Mer chandise I arn noon now closing o ttheen tire stock of f t dfr Dry WJffSG JtiQJJmfJp r Gb th 0 1 llI111g HatsrBoots tShoes etcJ AT COST Ncjwis time to buy before overd fI i JiJM Chenauit RECEIVER c a JO Z i tLUU ct si LUGILE PETTICOATS 1- rThis season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have We shown such an assortmentof of mercerized Sateen Petticoats as we now place be haZseverNovelties and Fetchy Effects But the pretty part of these pretty goods is the prettiness of the prices our figures being guaranteed to show a lower average by from 15 to 35 per cent than those quoted by other houses for exaeth the same goods IETURWN EYEs t BBTHEJODGB OWBNMcKBB uCKyl Cor Main and Frs RICHMOND J LADIESUNION Made of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in Iatfront 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 andcardinal 25 cents Call in and see our extensive line of staple and fancy goods OWEN McKEE GREAT SWEEPOUT Sf LEBEGINNING Tuesday fEB 10 fit 12 Ocloedr M We will begin our Great Sweepout Sale This is the third Sale of this kind during the history of our business and people who have taken understand what they mean j These Sales do not occur every month but every two or three years Dont Miss The Everything in Fall and Winter Goods go in this Sale See Our Prices JJ O tI Advantage of These Sales Opportunity Buells 5 00Bootees 395 II I rIIrr 3 50II II V K 295 r 3 OII rr t 265 u 250a 1111 t 215 II 2 00II II 165- rr J 50u u II T 120 IIJ25 4t ft v Ladies 4 00 Shoes f 315IIrr 3 50srI 300 II except OueenlQuality 2 65 rr 2r 215 200 II C 165 IIJ50 II 120 u 125u 95 a I Prices on Misses and Childrens Shoes cut in proportion to above pricese Great reduction on Hats and Underwear 9 = II See Our ComnMer of Mens 3 4 and 5 Shoes for J J 50and 2 and many other bargains just as good u flThis Sale Will Close Positively oh the 28thof February J903 RICE ARNOLDM- ain Si RICHMOND KY i There ARE TWOl standing lineof- uggieS Carriages Surries and Road Wagonsf- rom the cheapest to the best Come and see them and get our prices Repairing Painting Horse shoeing by competent workmen We guarantee to please Give us a trial See eTTa r0Vrvtcs Ye3 t 9 JePHb2JcYrasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH roceriesAGENTS Boquet flour he Richmond Climax EPJJESDAY FEB 18 1903 Rooms for rent apply Mrs Sal lie Ward sep 10tf The cowing attraction Old King oe Win said Brer ground hog didnt- ee shadow Buy you girl a shower stick f L E Lane Kriearsale for Old King Cole f Lin tomorrow evening Ti State encampment of the G A w be held in Louisville May 19 nd Mrs Ida Powell has been confined Lcr room for several days with mttjS J King Cole and his fiddlers href will be seen at the Grand the 3tf March rJay was the wettest day that rer i appened and it was quite a re iefsee the snow on Monday I B Shackelford Co have con acId with the Miller R F Co for hesaie of their Ranges in Madison ourty tf Mrs Elizabeth B PInker wife of 5 Watts Parker of Lexington lei in Denver Colorado on last Satur ay Miss Alma Scrivner is confined to ierl me with mumps her sister Miss iur s substituting for her at Caldwell ieii school Mr and Mrs Ben Bennett will nc ths week from their cottage on ill street to the Simms property on- Vit pr nt forget Milton W Brown will ea lie Grand next Tuesday evening e 4tli and will deliver his famous ecur The Superfluous Man I e Foreign Missionary Societv of he i st Presbyterian church will hold terfvuhr monthly meeting this after ioi in the lecture room of the ih I R Hicks predicts terrible stormy ea fr for February He says there iu great tools when the ice gorges egt1 j break and move down narrow efL sand stream me and see the heaviest thee t and the most complete Range in b arket The Miller You will find lev t them that have been in use In ity for fifteen years tf i r Herald Square Stock Compa- y a the boards at the Grandall last wek and pleased good audiences- night This is the second time thisr ape has ben to our city this a and they have proved them KivMjjite popular The specialties pffevi by thAm are above the ordinary Is von love your wife buy her a as paneI- hoO is sold at2 down and per to till paid for CHiS cheaper than coal K dirt no heat no smoke A has range settles the cook problem- A pas arc lamp will give you 700 can je power light for 2 cts per hour ivwill put three lamps in on trial af faction guaranteed RICHMOND WATKB LIGHT Co Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly A common scene on yestezday morning snow sbovelers Rehearsal for Old King Cole win begin tomorrow night Heinzs Preserves and Bilked Beans at Fraza Bros Phone 165 Second St A widows pension of eight dollars per month has been granted Mary Green of this city L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats See advertisement elsewhere in to days CLIMAX of E C L C Broad dus executors of Jerry Droaddus deceased The deepest snow in years fell Monday In places where it drifted it was waist deep but on a level it was estimated to be from 6 to 7 inches Mr PI F Adams Jr has purchas ed from Rev II G Turner the house and lot on Glyndon avenuenow occu pied by Mr Ruben Broaddus and family The Miller Range people tell us If a customer telephones us they to not like the Miller Range for us to tend a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf The blizzard which struck here Sun day is general throughout the Ohio valley Telegrams from different sections through the West say that the coldest weather for years is now being experienced For Rtnt One hundred and thirty five acres of extra pood blue grass well set two good ponds in pasture For informa tion call on undersigned 2t G J WHITE iSox Held Under tonI George Young colored was arrested at Fort Estill by Deputy Sheriff Colyer Monday on a charge of malicious shooting Ho waived trial and was heM over to the grand jury under 300 bond Taken to Estill Sheriff R1I Garrett of Irvine was hero Wednesday afternoon to get Wit liam Baruett a Federal piisoner whcse term expired that day Barnett was taken back to the Estill county jail to await his trial on an old charge New Undertaker Mr B F iVilson has opened an un dertaking establishment at Waco and offers the people of his section the best service at the lowest possible cost He has recently purchased new hearse and complete stock and is ready to go any whereat any time From Minnesota Mr O W Cobb writing from Vir ginia Minn say Pleaso send me the CLIMAX at once for I am hungry for a sight of it He says that they are not having much winter as the theomomoter registers only 27 below zero with three feet of snow on the ground Star Witness Hissitf II C Robertson the stir alibi wit ness for Jim Howard has apparently gone for good He was under bond of 500 on the charge of false swearing in the Franklin circuit court This bond was forfeited at the term last fall and Robertsons bondman N I McDaniel a Frankfort business man has paid over the amount A Superfluous Mao Next Tuesday evening the fourth number of the Lyceum Course will be heard The attraction will be Mr Milton W Brown In his famous lecture The Superfluous Man This is very highly spoken of by the press and critics every wher and we feel sure that another genuine treat Is in store for the amusement loving public Elkdcm- Messrs W P Williams of Irvine and W W HigRlnbothain of Pant Lick were initiated into the local lodge of Elks on last Friday evening After the initiation a most pleasant socia session was held Delightful refreshments were served and a splendid mu sical program under the direction of Mr W A Thomas was rendered jrj rr jE Deatherage Co L SEEDS JI SeedsL All kindsof Seeds In fact we are rather Seedy n J So If ywaut to buy anything in the jJtJ I IIrI f t Jtyour t EDeatheragezCo L q On a Tour of InspectlDn Conductor Bob Harris brought in a JamesPManager Browning and other officials of the Lcnisville Atlantic were aboard Tbiry inspected the line as far as tho Junction returning Versailles ahead of the paB8engerBeaUyviilo News A falnfnl Acddat LucyWltjtepainful accident Mrs White is visiting the Booker family in Louisville While going down a flight of stairs she slipped and Ill some distance sustain ing some very painful bruises She has been confined to her bed since the accident but hopes to be out soon Entertained On last Thursday afternoon little Misses Mary and Eugenia Hums were hostefses at a charming afternoon party the hours being from 280 to 5 Quite a crowd responded to the invitations and the Hume home on Lancaster Avenue was loud with happy child playedDelightful cakes fruits and candy were much en joyed A large red heart was pinned on each child as a souvenir andall were loath to leave when the appointed hour rolled around Committee Meeting Called Col Ion B Nail chairman of the State committee on agricultural and horticultural exhibits has called the first meeting of his commilteeforThnrs day and Friday March 5 and 6 at Louisville Rules and regulations gov erning the collection of the various classifications under agriculture and horticulture wilt be adopted at tills meeting for immediate promulgation each subconimittte in every county in tho State being furnished with them The meeting will be held two days because there is so much for the committee to consider and act upon Harrodsbnrg hisfamily HealthTMeans Wealth and enjoy the results fromSPhysical s Culture Sure cure for Insomnia gestion Constipation Nervous ness Adamsr Physical Director Studio over Telephone Cheaper Eggs which have rOt so long been a luxury and have appeared on the tables of the wealthy are now getting down within reach of all If the pretty weather keeps up they will be cheap as dirt Boring For Oil The first drill on the Roundstone Land Companys property in Rock castle county started this week The indications are very favorable and the promoters are confident of stricking oil before the drill goes many hundred feet A Sign of the lime Mr B L Middelton has just put in his store an attractive sign printed in several colors and representing the orieinal Vinol Girl taking her dose of Vinol Evidently she is pleased with the taste of it Mr Middelton says he believes most people would look just as pleasant as this young tlady if they would take Vino Two Killed at a Dance At a dance at Edenton last Friday night a dispute arose between Ross Un derwood and Harlan Reynolds In which UnderfoodwaR shot and killed Immediately after shooting Under wood Reynolds shot IiimseU through the head dying instantly Coroner Cliff Samuels was summoned and a verdict was rendered in accordance with tho above facts Drowned at Irvne Leonard Tipton a well known young man of Irvine was accidentally drowned at that place morn ing He was an employe of the Ma gannFawke Lumber Co and was at work on the boom when his boat over turned throwing him under the logs Mr Tipton was married one month ago lie was a frequent visitor here and his friends will regret to hear of his un timely death Petition For Another Routei Since the first rural mail delivery route was established in the county the citizens of other sections have become anxious tosecuro the same convenience and it is probable that a number of new routes will be established within the next few months A is be jug circulated now to secure anew ronto serving the people in the southern end of the county The proposed routels to run out the Lancaster pike to the Burnam pike south of Silver Creek thence to MoransSumralJ back by tho now pike to Menlaus thence to Caleast and back to Richmond by the Lancaster pike The route will be about twentythree miles long and will probably serve 160 families Island Case to be Settled Senator McCreary went to Washing ton last week in Interest ot Mr John R Witt of this conntyt in the case of Witt against the United States which will be decided in the United States court of claims this week The Island case ab it is familiarly known has at tracted a great deal of interest for sev eral years past Mr Witt who Lisa a farm at the mouth of Silver Creek on the Kentucky river is suing for dam ageson account of its being flooded by slackwater from the dam at High Bridge After the dam was built the water backed up and flooded several acres of land then the channel of the river changed cutting off a strip of about twenty acres from his farm The land La valued ataboutIQO pert rfe I Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barj ls of corn BEBKAM BENNETT BBC To Return to the Ministry Rev O E W Dobbs recently editor of the Democrat has re celved a call to the First Baptist church at Marietta Georgia and Uu3 accepted Inspection Cub Nothing Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether yon think you want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and Inter eating to show and inspection cwits nothing tf L E LANa Organized at Kirksrllle A Young Mens Christian Association was organized at Kirksville lest Tuesday night with fifteen charter members The officers of the Ajw ciation were elected last night The organization is the result of special meetings which have been held from time to time under the auspices ol the county executive committee Suita ble rooms will be secured and furnhti ed at once for the use of the Associa tion and regular meetings will be held once each wtek To Keep MaIn Sheet Gear Tbe City Council has adopted a plan which provides that it shall be the duty of the police officials to keep Main Streef clear and open all the way on Court Day They also declare that all horse trading shall be done on First between Irvine and Main and between Main and Water streets Also the shingle wagons so numerous on this day shall occupy Secondstreetbetween Main and Irvine streets and between Water and Main streets This order means a much improved condition in Main street on Court Day and at the same time will greatly facilitate trad lug as it fixes a definite place for such Gome excellent derived Indi Curtis Crotcbcra Shoe Store 122 Monday petition bottom a Military land Warrants 500 paid persons tolling who has one whether I buy or not RK Kelley feb 11lm Kansas City Mo tor Rent Our Store house 104x18 ft Two storys and basement 208 Main ttres Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for anv kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son netting of Creditors The first meetinc of the creditors of E V Elder was held in the office of Referee R W Miller Saturday at which time a proposition of settlement was offered All the representatives present expressed their willingness to accept the terms of tbe agreement and it is thought that a satisfactory settlement will be reached without difficulty Time papers have been forwarded to Judge A M J Cochrane for examina- tIon All hope that a settlement may be reached speedily and that Mr Elder will be ready to open up for business again soon To Help Tobacco Growers Prof J D Clurkof Fayette county spentseveral days here last week in interest of the Farmers and Tobacco Growers Association A large num ber of the tobacco growers of this county when they heard the object of tbs Association and of tho benefits to bo derived from it expressed their desire to join The object of the Association is simply to control the tobacco mark et in such a way that thefarmers will get their share of the profits It was organzed and is controlled by farmers and its growth has been so rapid dur lug the past few months that now the majority of the tobacco growers In thirty five counties have signed the agreement The Association agrees to buy the entire crop of each member maintaining the scale of prices name in the articles of agreement ranging from 3 cents to 26 cents per pound A large warehouse will be erected at every central point where the tobaqca is sorted and stored The buyers will then be brought to the tobacco saving the trouble and expense of prizing and shipping to the markets FIrst the PlatformThen the Man Senator James B McCreary was in Cincinnati Tuesday en route to Wash ington To an Enquirer reporter Senator McCreary said when asked his opinion of the present antitrust legislation I think the Democrats of the House did right in voting for the bill 1 myself believe in harassing the trustswith the most radical of measures in a waj to destroy them in fact whenever they are proven to be trusts I dont know that Democracy has anyone man in view more than anoth er for the leader iu the next presidec tial campaign The saam thing in mj opinion IB to formulate agoodplatforza first of all and then get a good man whom the whole party can support fa the stancbfst kind of a way Ido net believe in being wedded to any one man in this connection Jud Parkel of New York is receiving wide atte lion for nomination I know Jndije Parker and could SUIPQrt hills cordial ly Iserved in the House with M Gorman and could support him moiit heartily I do not think that Clevjj lintl desires to enter the race Ho b4 p been tbe candidate of the party thrjie times and I really do not think te will lie MfcaiB Special Term A special term of the Madison circuit court was held Friday and Saturday for the purpose of hearing and disposing of several important motions that owing to the rush of business could not be disposed of before time adjourn ment of the regular term In the matter of Charles James Ac against Boyle Dotys Administrator in which the administrator asked that the lands given to Charles James by the deceased Doty be rented during the pending litigation after hearing the arguments Judge IWntun overruled the motion A Success On last Tnedy evening under the auspices of the Cecilian Club Mr Jose Marlcn and Dr Elsenheirner ap peared at the Masonic Temple and were greeted by a large and apprecia Live audience Mr Marien is a violinist of rare ability while Dr Elsenhel mers mastery of the plano is truly wonderful HIS touch is superband his techinquo perfect Their program COUh1I iced gems from the great masters and their interpretation of each nun ber was above criticism This was In deed a treat for music lovers The Cecilian Club was most fortunate in securing these artists and the mtm bers are very appreciative of the hearty support given their undertaking Aneatsum was cleared above all expenses The club hopes to bring other artists here during the spring Is it a burn Use Dr Thomas Electric Oil A cut Use Dr Thomas Electric Oil At your druggist 1m CedlLin Job Notes On Feb lltli the Cecilian Club met with Mrs Hugh McLellan when a lit erary program on the subject of the Orchestra was discussed Mrs McLel lau had a well prepared paper on the History of the Orchestra as used by different composers Mrs Pickels gave an interesting observation on How to listen to the Orchestra Mrs Neale Bennett a talk on Orchestral con ductos and Mrs T J Smith A compar ison of Mendelssohn and Vfagner as Orchestral composers The program losed with the usual club conversation the theme of which was The place accorded the Orchestra in the world of music tliy A nre treit wai very much appreciated whet Mr Mi Lellaii came in andsnni several Scotch song in lila inimitable way Delicious refreshments were then served The club could not adjourn without expressing satisfaction at the success both from an artist c and a financial stand point of the recent co ert Given un der its auspices by Dr Elsenheiiner and Mr Jose Marien Another music al treat at some future time is in store for the Richmond people A special vote of thanks is due Mr W A Thomas for his kindly interest and assistance to Mr Edwin Stockton who took in the tickets to Tom Pickels as usher to Albert the florist for the beautifully decorated stage and to all who as snred a good attendance by selling tickets The club adjourned to meet with Mrs M C Kellogg on Feb 25th when toodern Composers of France will be the enbject of the pro rame Stops tho Cough an Works o2 the Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents In Washington The Washington Post of February 12 saysNo ever entered the United States Senate under happier auspices than dots ex Gov James B McCreary whom the people of Kentucky have chosen to the upper branch of Congress aud who will on the 4th of next month take the place now occupied by Mr Deboe Gov McCreary is stopping at the New Willard and he is in the pink of condition physically looking not a day older than he appeared when a member of the House Probably no man of the Blue Grass State ever enjoyed the good will and confidence of his people to a greater degree than the Senatorelect As Speaker of the legislature Governor and Representative in Congress for twelve years he always satisfied his countrymen and when the legislature named him for the Senate it was in response to the public deman- had almost forgotten said Gov McCreary that my habitat hence forth will be at the north end of the Capitol and from shetr force of habit 1 took a green car yesterday morning which landed me on the House side But I got so many pleasant greetings from my for iler associatesof the House that I was glad that I had taken the wrong car What do you think Senator of Democratic prospects They are improving every day By 1001 the party will be absolutely united Business has lately carried me into several Southern States and everywhere I went I found the Democracy harmoni ous and eager to try conclusions with the opposition We will get together and unite on some goodman who will be acceptable not only to the South but to the voters of New York New Jer sey Connecticntand other states where the party of yore got elective votes 1 expect to see a Democratic President elected in 1904 MATRIMONIALCnoATEGnuuarThe of Judge NB Turpin was time scene of a pretty though quiet wedding on last Tuesday evening when Miss Lila Graham ofTennessee and Mr William Ghosts of Frankfort were united in marriage the ceremony being per formed by Rev Hugh McLellan Miss Graham is a spice of Mrs Turpin and has been a visitor in Richmond a number of times The CLIMAX extends congatulatipns MONDAY WHITE On Wednesday Avemng at the home of the brides par ents Mr and Mrs James P WhlteMr Will Munday and Miss Amanda White were quietly married RevO N Roth officiating Air Shearer and Miss Black were the only attendants Immediately after theceremony the happv couple left for the grooms home The bride is a lovely type of Christian womanhood and the groom le a splen did gentleman whose friends are lesion RoorsMANSnEnOn last Wed nesday at the home of the bride at Silver Creek Mr James H Roope and and Miss Rhoda Mansfield were united in marriage CuT1sJFAGANOn last Wednsday evening the home of Mrs S J Hagan was tbe scene of a pretty wedding when tier daughter Miss Lina became the wife of Mr Charles F Curtis the ceremony being performed by Rev James Th Armstead The groom is the soiMf MrT J Curtis one of Madisons most prominent farmers and stock raisers and both he and lila bride are quite handsome and popular The best wishes of a ea IB thelM VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Mrs Wm Taylor is visiting her daughter Mrs Alvis Roark in Rich mond Miss Lizzie Taylor entertained n num ber of friends today in honor of her 13th birthday Miss Allie M Christopher has recovered from an attack of pneumonia and returned to Richmond where she is attending school Miss Kate Douglas will begin a subscription school at the Miller school house in the near future Jas Smith gave a birthday supper at his home last Friday night in honor of his 37th birthday Quite a number of friends were present and enjoyed the occasion greatly The mill companies at this place received a big supply of logs on the big tide the past week The Southern Lumber Cols running till nine oclock at night A report reached here today that robbers entered the residence of Mrs Nancy Kidwell while she was from home and ransacked the premises car eying off a small quantity of money and valuable papers The Kentucky River Poplar Cois the name of the recently organized cOm- pany at this place The firm owns the plaut formerly owned by the Barker Cedar Co They are making prepara tions to run day and night W J Roberts of Frankfort is president of the company and G W Hutchison is their local manager DEATHS CIIISM Mrs Francis Cliism die I at her home near Ford Tuesday of the decay incident to old ago aged eighty seven years She was a pensioner of the var of 1812 her husband Commodore Jas Chism having been a soldier in that war The deceased was his second wife he having been married twice Each wife bore him ten children many of whom are still living MITCHELL News has reached here from Eeynoldsville Pa of the death of Mr Camden Mitchell aged 54years His death came very suddenly heart trouble being the cause Mr Mitchell was a brother of Mr E K Mitchell deceasedwlme was for years partner in the firm olCovington Mitchell He was father of Thomas and James Mitch ell who were also in the employ of this firm lie was a prominent lawyer in his home town and a moving factor toward all improvements for his town He will be missed by the community at large but more by his family to whom we extend our sincere sympathy EMBBY The remains of Mr Talton Embry Sr reached this city yester day at noon trom Louisville and were interred in the Richmond cemetery Mr Embry was born in this county November llth 1822 and spent his early life here where he received his education After leaving school he became engaged in the live stock business in which hE remained interested all his life He had been a res ident of Louisville for twentyfive years having established the firm of Tatum Embry Co He was aso connected with the Bourbon Stock Yards for number of years He later moved to Cincinnati and became engaged in business with his son Talton Embry Jr finally turning the entire business over to him who has con dueled it ever since After retiring from active life he lived quietly in Louisville until death Ho was a man well known all over the State for his straightforward dealings and his demise will come as a severe shock to hundreds of friends Deceased was a zealous member of the Fpiscopal church Mr Embry was married to Miss Martha Foster of Clark county at the age of twentyfive years He is survived by four sons Mr Joel J Em bry of this city Messrs Henry F and George Wallace Embry Jr of Cincin nati To all of these a host of friends extend heartfelt sympathy MVEBS The community was saddened to hear of the death of Mr David H Myers which occurred at his home on High street Sunday evening at 745 oclock Although he had been critically ill with stomach trouble for some time and his death was not un expected still when the end came it was a severe shock to those nearest and dearest to him Deceased was a naiiveof Jessamine county but moved to this city many years ago anti became engaged in the lumber business in which he was most successful Al though quiet and modest his influence was widely felt and in his death Richmond loses one of herpublicspinted upright and honorable business men In the home however will his loss be more deeply felt He was the kindest and gentlest of Husbands a loving and indulgent father and a comforting and helping brother and friend Deceased who was fiftytwo years old was a faithful and honored member of the Richmond Lodge of Elks in charge of which order his burial took place yesterday afternoon at oclock Besides a wife and three children he is stir vived by three brothers Messrs William and George Myers of this city and Cbas Myers of Lexington To all of these the deepest sympathy o all is extended EAGLE Mrs Mary Kavanangti Ea RIO wife of ExGov James P Eagle of Little Rock Ark died on last Sunday morning February 15 Mrs Eagle was born aud reared in Madison county being the oldest daughter of William Kavanaugh Oldham Mrc Eagle has attained more prominence possibly than any of Madisons fair daughters She was considered the moving spirit that elevated her husbanl to the Gov ernors chair in her adopted State and finally to the more distinguished poe thou as president of the Southern Bal tist Convention Mrs Eagle was one of the lady Commissioners of the Worlds Fair at Chicago and editor of the proceedings of the Womans Con gress Here Mrs Eagle met and became intimate with the best informed ladies from every State In the Union and from every civilized country in the world The family and friends of Mrs Egledate her decline in health from the performance of the arduous duties as editor ol this book Mrs Eagle was considered by her many admiiers as one of the brightest and best J informed women of our country and her untimely death will be mourned by possibly as many people as any one ia our land As wife high type 01 womanhood and Christian character she was unexcelled by any one She leaves two sisters Mrs W H Miller and Mrs John Doty of this place and three brothers W L Oldham of Lc noke and Kie Oldham ot Little Rock Ark and Dr Ira Brown Oldham of Klrkavllle this county to mourn her 1068 The hearts of many frieBde and relatives of Mrs Eagle in Madwoe county are rooted with sympathy for GOT Eagte ia kie groat tMreaveS A WHITE VEST t else so up at such cost I COYINGTON BUNKS c FOR MEN AND BOYS n DayIISeven MMon boxes sold ia post 12 months f Urery Stable Sold Messrs Duncan Parrish have sold their brick livery stable on Irvine street to J W Masters for 3500 At the same time Mr Masters bought of Mr Parrish the frame store adjoining the stable for 400 Mr Masters will take possession of his new property on Fobruary 23 Mr Duncan has been in lie livery business at this stand for eleven years during which time lift has eijoyed an excellent trade for which he thanks the public Mr Mae ters is a new man in town having recently moved here from Valley View He is well known throughout the county and his friends will see to It that he gets his stare of busin- essRELIGIOUS Rev A R Moore has resigned the care of the Christian Church at Lan caster to take charge of a church at Birmingham Alabama Mr C R Boucher filled the pulpit of the Epworth M E church South in Lexington on Sunday morning He also delivered an address at the Broad way Christian church Sunday evening PERSONAL Mrs S B Hume spent last Friday In R Gibson was in Louisville last week Mrs Mollie Bates Mllltrwas in Lexington last week Dr L H Blanton of Danville was in the city lost week Dr C S Holton has returned from a short trip to Cincinnati Mrs RJ Patton made a short visit to Louisville last week Mr Coleman Nell has been on a business trip to New York Dr W A Thomas has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Hon Grant E Lilly was in Irvine on business one day last week Mr Robert Sonfley has been visiting his brother in Lexington- Mr Henry WAtson of Mt Sterling was here last week on business Messrs Newland Jones and B M Igo were In Lexington last week Mrs ETutt liurnara is entertaining Miss Anne Wallace of Versailles Judge J C Chenault was in Mt Vernon last week for a day or two Mrs DanM Chenault and children are visiting relatives In Mt Sterling Mrs R R Burnam le1t1ast week for a stay of several weeks in Jensen Fla Mrs Louis 1 Frazee of Lexington has been in the city for several days Mr and MrsMt IKHumphreys have taken rooms tIke Henderson House Mrs Clarence E Woods left Mon day for a bnsinesBtrlp to Columbus 0 Major CnrtiSiF Bnrnam has return ad from n business trip to Louisville Dr V H Hobson lelt Saturday for Chicago to attendadental convention Attorney Hugh Rifldell of Irvine was a visitor In our city last Wednes dayMra Lee Smitha has been entertain- Ing Smiths of Fayette county Mr Ben Andres an old C U boy was a guest of friends here last Wed nesdayDr S McMurtry of Louisville was here last Sunday on professional businessIMrs Mark Phelps is visiting her daughter Mrs John Fox in Dawson Georgia Miss Bessie Tnrlev has returned Irom a pleasant visit to Miss Sallio Rose in Lancaster Mrs C S Holton has as her guest her mother Mrs Bettle McDowell of Mrs Dr Helm and children have re turned to Ford after a visit to Mrs P n Broaddus Col D W Tribblo has returned froiri a visit to his sister Mrs P P NnnneU Icy at Stanford Mrs Ella Farley is visiting frIendS and relatives in StanfordJ sad other points Jfre J T Galnes backfroaa A IlIrt1 stay with relatives In Eichuiond Kyir LolitIteTirna + tells the uptodate young man A that he should wear a White Vest It A is for all dressup churcht r parties and every time or place that re t quires a man to look his best Our Vests are the newest styles direct from New York and are beautiful gar ments at very low prices f 150 to 250 I Try Nothing will Brighten your wardrobe trifling IOUTFITTERS LexingtonMr MisSfattie Cyntbina Louisville Fashion occasions calls One This signature Mr and Mrs S W DeJarnett have been in Stanford visiting Mr and Mrs T Chenault Willis Mr Harry B Hanger has returned to Philadelphia after spending a week with his family here Mr William C Miller was in Estill last Wednesday in interest of Thur mans hide establishment Mrs Maggie Roland is the guest of her cousin Mrs AC Enocbs in Rich mond Jessamine Journal Mrs W H Shanks of Stanford is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin In the county Mrs Amanda Reid and son of Mr Sterling are the guests ot Mr and Mrs Henry P Reid in Rhodesdale Misses Anne and Laura Bennett will leave today for a visit to their uncle Dr David Bennett iu Florida Mr James C Stone hiss returned to his home at Louisville after a visit to Major and Mrs John D Harris Mrs John W Arnold ha been the pleasant guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Jones in Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe have re turned from a short visit to Mr and Mrs il B Scrivner in Winchester Mrs M C Kellogg and little daugh ter Miss Louise are at home from a short visit to relatives in Cincinnati Mrs Wm T Boucher and son James of Paris attended the burial of Mrs Elizabeth Holloway on last Tuesday Dr Hugh R Uibson went to Virginia Saturday night to see his father who has been seriously ill for several weeks Miss Mary Coyle who is one of the best teachers in this county has gone East Hickman to teach a spring school The Madison Social Club will give a hop at the Masonic Temple this even hug It promises to be a very swell affair Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham of Brass field are entertaining Mr W P Wil hams and Miss Annette Riddell of Irvine Mrs J W Zaring of this city and her daughter Mrs John Allen of Car lisle are in Lexington the guests of friendsMr L Grinstead of Danville who numbers his friends here by the score was a visitor in our city over Annie and Ethel Heacox and Mr Newton Heacox left yesterday for Clearwater Harbor Florida Lexing DemocratMisses and Margaret Miller have been entertaining Miss Alice Walker a very attractive young lady from Lancaster Dr J Harry Hendren has returned to SpeedwelUafter having attended a course of lectures at the Louisville Hospital Miss Nettle Scrivner of Winchester spent Sundav with her sisters Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner at their home on Second street Mr and Mrs Nelson Gay of Clark county liars been spending few days with Mr and Mrs T D Chenault at Cumberland View Mrs GWPickels music class eavela most delightful musical on last Friday evening which was much enjoyed by a number of invited guests News comes to friends here of the rapid improvement in the condition of Colonel W R Letcher who is sojourn lug in the South for his health Mrs Clinton W Howard of What come Washington Is at the bedside of her father Mr Rufus McCord who is critically ill with pneumonia Mr Charles Jelt who is attending school in Lexington came home lost week to attend Mr and Mrs GJCurtis reception and spent several days at his homenear Kirksville Mrs Ambrose Scrivner of Estill comma ty baa been the gaest of her daughter Mrs J W Wagers for several days She also epenta day or two with Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivner Mr T C OBryan who was the guett last Saturday of Messrs Herman and Char ey Frasa paid our offlcea pleasant call Mr OBryan is engaged In journalism iU Mdlsonville The n social session of tho Ep worth liecgtte will meet with Miss Naamielhwt Powell on Friday even l at gbteeWek All mben el cures Grip- InTwoDays box on evj tie League are expected to attend ami t ike their friends Mr Lucian Burnam formerly of this city and grandson of Major C F Bur nam has accepted position in a rail road office in St Louis His Jriends here will wish him much success in his new home Mr S Z Douglas of Louisville lisa been here for several days mingling with his many friends No more Popular young man ever left Richmond than Zenieand he is gladly welcom ed back to his old home The following persons attended the- Y M C A Convention in Lexington last week Messrs C R Boucher C E Wools E Deathernge JJ Naale James R Bush W R Beckley B Wayne R E Turley L G Parrish R R Burnam and Geo B Hale Quite a crowd responded to invita tions sent out by tho Junior class of Madison Institute for a valentine reception on last Saturday The young ladies all looked charming and proved themselves enviable hostesses causing their guests to feel loath to leave when the hour rang out Gov McCreary who left his wife last week at Hot Springs Ark pnssfd Monday to Washington City to become Senator March 4th Mrs Iilillor rue Oldham of Richmond was ou samo train bound for Little Rock Ark where her sister Mrs Gov Eagle ism the Governor telegraphing Mr Miller to comeKentuckian Citizen Prof J D Clark of Lexington was mingling with old friends here last Wednesday and Thursday There is never a more welcome visitor to our city than Prof Clark who was long one of our prominent citizens and ifetructors He numbers his friends here by the score and his return visis are alwayaa source of keenest pleasure A special from ML Sterling to th Evening Post says Announcement of the marriage of Miss Lillian Bstellc Poyntz to Dr J F Reynolds of this city has just been made The wed ding will be quietly celebrated at time elegant country home of the brides aunt Mrs A E Beau near this city on Tuesday February 24 Miss Poy ntz is the daughter of Dr J M Poyntn of Richmond and is a strikingly haul some brunette She possesses a lovely disposition and is extremely popular Dr Reynolds is a noted eye spec laltistand is a dignified cultured gen tleman lIe stands high in his pro fession and in society After tIme wedding the young couple will go to the East for a bridal trip The an nouncement of the wedding Is a sur prise Announcement We take pleasure in announcing to the Public that thS regular ship mento- fScreened Block Coal from the new mines at Brush Creek Ky has begun as the railroad has been completed to the first mine This event is the result of years of ceaseless ef forts bysomeofourown citizens and we dnuthesitate to say that you will find in this an ideal coal In it there is combined the two great qualities l q 3ee caok 8Q a This coal is clean of hate anl dirt and is Large Block Coal willbehalf and yon will always have a fire all night Also Red Ash Jellico ami Manchester coal Feed Eft Letcher wilt Coa1 Yard and Warelmuse Phone 142 L N Pepot hmOD d Xy I f pi I h = llr 1 H n I r if J Lrldr Li i 1 s FROFESSIONALOARQSI T RI MILLER MtorizyLzLAw wIKICHMOHD EKNTDCKT- UBscti n the Burnam Building next door to ruits National Bank teWly A SULLriT ANJ ATTOOKKVATLAW VICIIMOHD KENTUCKY Oftite over State Bank Trust Co op pceito Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RlCrtMOND KllfJTUCKY- Otltee on Second street over Chen ultu grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY fgfirOftiee over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORXEYS AND COUNSELLORS AP LAW UlCHMOND KENTUCKY f line In John Bennetts old law office over Perry iThomas drug eto- reErsIoLus DUS GIBSON GIBSON PHYalaIANSANDSURGEO RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oihce in the Dr Hobson building M inStreet B C JASPER ill D Medicine and Surgery I thce StoulTer Buidinc Main Street le phon ut residence the Carr place on Broadway MIMOXD KENTUcKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKQKON Kit IIMOND IPL CCK E 0 Vance IL 0 Mrs L OYance D 0 3teopathic Physicians State Dank k Trust g Iji rnture furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE OfiJjates Southern School of Oatheopathy DENTAL StTSOEET t Oa3tt t tonSOt nElCTIBT or LouievitXK KY Of3oe next door to Government Balldlngi- lklUltSnll Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to i LUl1 Harry M Blanton DENTIST rgQCee lu Bennett Building lly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN i4Hotol Glyntlpn Wednesday April 11 1903 fiken Up Taken up as estray a small brown tiIkint mare mule was taken up on jIi4tay Oct 7 Ownni can have same properly proving ownership and Iing charges J H Allraa- nt Chief of Police ATTENTION Wt have moved our produce business from the East End of Main btreet to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends anti patrons We will continue to pay thu highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs 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 2i janlv RICHMOND KY f i t Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery I For jOUGIIS A Perfect Cure For All Throat andILung Troubles Money back If it rails Trial Bottle free I TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jfijtjt n Weare pleased to statethat it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Rchmond Bearer Hamilton Waco O Finnel Red House J W Muter Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Roberts Rntbton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewitt ottonburg L A AWarren Paint Lick U O SIcWharter Wallaceton BIckner k Early Berea JT Coy Klrk Tllle Mysterious Circumstance One was pnle and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good diges tion antI head off conRtipation Try them Only 25c at all druggists 1m In our Stock of Jewel ry Sil ser ware etc will be found a nura ber of artirJps especially appropriate for this reason Those who have adopted the custom of senuing their wishes before Christinas and their gifts during th- eHolidays can now purchase to advantage There is a very laijre assortment of dainty and exquisite things in Sterling Silver Quadruple Plate and also many Metal Novelties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand SOjt ly STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine ITA1DAJD OJLUlJt LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mnke lock and chain stitch Two machines ia one Run aa silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and feed one third faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball beari 8Is the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also manufact ure upCallbe convic- edARBUChiE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati 0 8mo cLLMiX 11 A YlAn WI O flVIA j Memphis Kansas City or Chicago H = IThrough Service of the Very Best to j ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA t THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY j COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO j AND THE PACIFIC COAST l j The Very Lowest Rates for tM Cefemst ami Hameseehor j L BACOV Genl Alt HQWAM JOLLY T P A i I 38 East Fourth St ClnclnfislI 0 M East FHrih K ClmlitBiM ff I B ELLEEPT4AILIII4WA I 3 jJLJDIU I tJ i SHERIFF SALE FOR TAXES Continued from first page Barton Woodson his 20 acres 4 25 Burl tj Elizabeth 5 acres 3 15 Carpenter Henry C nr 1 lot o 35- CarpeDter Cosby 1 lot 2 0- 0OoatsYI1acre 470 Cox Saute A 1 lot 3 15 Colston Rachel acres 2 60 DouBliis I N 15 acres 6 30 Fain Drack 1 acre 420 Foster Bobt lacre 385 Fetter Leoma7 acres 3 15 Foster Jodl P 1 acres 4 10 Foster James 10 acres 4 20 Harvey Norris 16 acres 4 70 Haden Ellard L Trus for L J Hrdrn 180 acres 13 15 Haden L nr 9 lot 370 Hill Mrs Elizabeth 65 acres 985 Houp Jackson or 1 acre 3 15 Jenkins PP nr 1 lot 290 Land Kullie 85 acres 6 50 Lawes Howard 10 acrea 4 75 Lawson Jno C nr 2 lots 3 SO Long Amanda J hrs 16 acres 3 80 LOUR John Sr SI acres 11 70 Lowry Lizzie 16 acres 4 85 Lowry Wm lr 3 acres 4 20 Lowry Jas Jr 12 acres 4 85 Lowry Vm Sr 1 acre 3 85 Locker Wm 1 acre 4 20 Masteru Jno 7 acres 5 85 McKee E B Receiver of Barker Cedar Co 6 acres 60 45 llich alT Par 1 lot 2 ro Million Mary A Sr 36 acrea 060 Morse Mrs A M 9 lots 1870 Newby Mrs T M Hot 3 15 Perkins Dave 1 lot 4 40 Portwcod Ed 5 acres 4 75 Prather Mary 20 acres 4 25 Renfro Mrs Jane 140 acres 14 25 Robt Sr 15 acres 4 75 Riley W O nr 1 lot 270 Sewers Qeorge acre 4 70 Taylor James Hot 470 David 1 lot 4 20 Sidney 75 acres 15 20 Turner Harrett nr 40 acre 7 55 Viincferpool I W lot 4 20 Warner W II nr lot 18 70 Webb hrs 1 lot 2 70 Wheeler Cash lot 6 05 Whitaker It Wand Jno Warren G5 acres Woods Jno B 2 acres 510 COLORED ItlCrtMOND NO Kail w Lucre ia 2 lots 7 Ballard Wince lot 095- Beuna Charles 1 lot 8 05 65iBlack Sallie M Hot iSO Boggs Harrett 1 lot 3 15 Breck Burgoyine 1 lot 11 40 Richard S Hot 10 90 BronstcD Jacob 1 lot 4 70 Bursriri Martha hrs 1 lot 5 35 Barnaul Charlie 1 lot 6 40 Jno Cnrl lot 535 Boyd JB kCallie 1 lot 7 55 Cobb Win 1 lot 4 75 Campbuli Mat 1 lot 5 SO Eldr W lot 4 70 EmbryHot 2 60 Chenault Jno 1 lot 6 40 Tobe nr 1 lot 5 35 Cobb Milinda 1 lot 4 fi- OCovlngtou Sarah lire 1 lot 4 25 Hot 5 35 Cochran lirsi lot 815 Crutclier Nancy 1 lot 4 25 Dowthet Thos 1 lot 9 15 Ellison Nannie Hot 3 40 Embry Rebecca 1 lot 6 50 Jenny 1 lot 13 15 Estill Robt nr 1 lot 3 15 Embry Julia 1 lot 4 25 Estill Lena 1 lot 3 15 Embry Mariah 1 lot 3 15 Fife Mollie 1 lot 4 70 Sarah 1 lot 4 25 Fisher Easter 1 lot 2 60 Francis Wm 1 lot 4 55 Simpson 1 lot 4 70 Gibbs Mary lot 3 70 Gilbert Amelia 1 lot 5 35 Guynn Dr Jno Allot 1165 Hall Geo 2 lots 5 85 Harris Ben 1 lot 6 95 Sarah 2 acres 425 Alice 1 lot 4 25 l Woodsoul lot 5 30 Hill Nathan 1 lot 5 30 Irvine Joel lot 6 95 Jarman Rcbt Sr lot 6 40 Johnson Richard lot 30 Jackson Uet lie lire lot 3 70 15Martin85IaxberyMathews 1 acre 3 15 McWilliams Lizzie 1 lot 4 25 Mitchel Mary hrs 1 lot 5 35 Miller Harrison D na 1 lot 5 35 1gar Lucy Miller 2 acres i15 Miller Mattie J 1 lot 5 95 C and L Miller Hot 3 15 35Ioberly15MurryMorgan Ann 1 lot 3 70 Massie Lila Hot 4 2 90 Noland Celia 1 lot 5 35 Owens Green 1 lot 6 40 Tlios nr 1 lot 4 25 Parks George Ann 1 lot 5 35 Shletl lot 4 55 Phelps Jennie 1 lot 14 25 Wmllet 4 75 1lot 3 70 soRogersRodes James Hot 3 75 56RobinsonShepherd Maggie 1 lot 3 15 555smith695StoneIrene 1 lot 4 25 535ToddChasHllotTombllne Henry 1 lot 5 m 85TurnerDan 70Tye25WalkerMrs ElianHot 3 15 95White I TlougHtsThemgestivc of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is In anditOBtheTo reliever and makcea7 that period when life is others FriendIs popularly used It is a linimeat easily onlyPregaaait beirigundeniably a friend toher natures term of suspense andasticipatio11 UedtllToughoutsestttion preventing cracked and sore nipples Al muscles straining with the wiU relax arid elastic frem its acplicstionAll JIgwill respond tc1 y to the di e cover ontainhig the embryo tJtersFrie uCjDEWrite for fa book og fnrltllNlsic ISAfWI MUM 0 I A Beautiful Present muchLIheselected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Wedding Presents cannot fail to de light both fiver aud recipient YEAGER has on display a beauti ful collection of presents in tIre way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the eye FJYEAGERSECOND Wmllot 400- Rose 1 lot 3 15 NarcU Hot 535- Jas act for K P Lodge 1 lot 425 White Mrs Jas Allot 7 55 White Dave 1 lot 4 70 Wiufleld Millttt 1 lot O Dow 1 lot 470 Willis Lizzie Hot 5 35 Williams Charle nr 1 lot 7 55- Ben 1 lot 720 Luke 1 lot 915 Woods Mary 20 acres 4 25 West Sarah 1 lot 3 15 Yates Maggie lInt 5 35 FOXTOWN NO 2 Cheiiault Jas 1 aero 4 20 CharlesS acres 4 iO Cosby Alex 1 acre 4 20 Fox Ken 2 acres 4 75 4Mark 4 acres 4 10 Hill Joel 3 acres 4 40 Stevelacre 3 00 Jones David 20 acres 5 85 McKinneyJeffhr 10 acres 315 Million Simon 20 acres 4 20 Mnrry Alice 1 acre 3 15 Phelps Sam 1 lot 7 55 Stevens Rice hrs 1 acre 2 60 Smith Scott 3 acres 4 20 Ed 2 acres 4 00- TaylorSamue1 3 acres 4 50 Thompson Andy lira 12 acres 4 85 30IUNION NO3 BaxterHulda 25 acres 4 25 Brooks Charlton 2 acres 4 70 Clay Win Sr acre 4 20 Covington Roht 1 acre 5 30 Quinsberry Florence hrs 15 acres 535 Robinson Mary 25 acres 3 70 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 Bales S H 3 acres 2 40 Cobb Nannie 1 acre 3 15 Crocket Henry nr 2 acres 2 60 CollinsHoward 20 acres 5 30 Doty Chris 1 acre 4 20 Eatill Dolly 1 acre 2 60 Sally acre 260 Ellison Andy 25 acres 5 30 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 70 Embry William 1 acre 4 70 Harris Arthusa 10 acres 35Emily 47 acres 5 35 Kavanaugh James 3 acres 420 Martin Ben 2 acres 4 20 Mayo Leander 2 acres 4 20 Miller June 5 acres 9 15 Walter 1 acre 4 40 Moors Wm 1 acre 4 20 Oldham Jno 6 acres 4 70 Robinson E M 17 acres 5 30 Reed G T 7 acres 4 20 Harvey 6 acres 4 70 Royston Angline 10 acres 4 25 I Mose 3 acres 4 20 Simpson Mariee 1 acre 2 60 White Jarrott 3 acres 420 Yates Rachel 1 acre 2 50 YATES NO 5 Baxter Will 3 acres 4 2o Ballew Frank 7 acres 4 20 Blythe Emily 37 acres 5 35 Chenault Roy 5 acres 5 30 Cornelisou Howard 11 acres 3 35 Fender Wm 4 acres 410 Roy 3 acres 4 30 Fitzpatrick Frank 4 acres 4 20 Francis Emely 5 acres 2 60 Harris Eda and Tabitha 1 acre 2 60 Hocker Coleman 12 acres 4 20 Kavanaugh Jerry 4 acres 420 Maupin Charlie 1 acre 4 00 Parks Jno 2 acres 4 20 Smith Isaac 2 acres 5 85 Todds Rodes 49 acres 5 40 Tribble mo H 30 acres 5 10 Walker Betty 8 acres 315 White Abe 3 acres 4 20 GLADES NO 6 Adams Henry 1 acre 4 20 Callard Howard Hot 4 70 Fred 1 acre 4 20 Best Elijah 15 acres 5 JO Bennett Win nr 3 acres 370 Blvthe Sid 2 acres 4 70 David nr 5 acres 6 35 Bowman Cjntha 3 acres 2 75 Boggs Arch 4 acres 4 55 Burnam Joe 1 acre 4 20 Charlie 6 acres 6 95 Clark Ed 1 acre 455 Collins Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 60 Cornelison roe 1 acre 4 20 Grimier Dave acre 4 20 Crocket hrs 50 acres 2 60 6C1OuhamDigits Rodia agt 27 acres 5 95- EaloyDan2acrts 4 70 Fan is John 4 acres 5 30 Millie 1 acre 270 Fish Mariah 6 acres 375 Frankliug Jas 1 acre 400 Gentry Joe 2Oacres 530- Goolonr George 1 acre 4 10 Haines Riley acre 4 21 Jeuklno Ed 34 acres 14 75 KennedyJasl lot 445 Mason Frank 2 acre 470 Maupin Robt 20 acres 5 85 Martin hrs 6 acres 4 25 Ben 3 acres 5 S5- McBain Bony 10 acres 585 Miller Moses 8 acres 5 to A 01 lot 5 80 Isaac 2 acres 5 Smith 5 acres 5 30 Moran Sam 3 acres 750 Paton Frank 2 acresa A 70 Parks Jno F 4 ncres 450 Peyton Frank 1 acre 4 70 Rash Wm 26 acres 640 Roiles Nnrcis 1 lot 5 35 Shearer Sarah 20 acres 5 70 4Jiio5aeres 460 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 4 25 Titus AlfordW 41 acies 1000 v Walker Peter 9 acres 530 50Ve1 White Rode 23 heres I 95 Willis 12 atjies 5 30 William 4 jvcres 5 30 Geo Hot V 5 93 Willmore fcallie and sister hot if 95 Yates Horace 51 aces lot 7 55 KIRKSVILLE NO 7 Campbell Edna acres 3 15 Holllnsworth Belle 1 aero 5 35 Manpin Win loricres 11 40 Millor Geour Hot 3 15 Moran Jake 1 acre 5 85 Ross George 13 acres 0 05 Turner Sam 6 lot 3 3C Watts Ike 4 acres 5 30 White George 5 acres 4 70 MILLION NO 8 Bate Miller 3 tcres 4 20 Bogie qti ire 18 acres 5 85 Broaddns Phil 1 aero 4 00 Burton WmSr 2 acres 400 Clark Irvin 6 acres 5 00 Dejnrnett Frank 2 acres 4 30 Embry Jeff 17 nctcs S 85 Francis Manda lucre 2 3C Green Lloyd 4 acres 4 10 Jones Nelysis EDt lot 2 60 Monday Joel 1 lot 4 10 Munday Tobe 1 lot 4 20 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 4 70 Turner Irvin 1 lot 4 20 Warren George 7 acres 5 30 Willis Isaac 1 acre 4 20 JOHN F WAGERS S M O You Will Never be Sorry For doing your level best For your faith in humanity For being kind to the poor For looking before leaping For hearing beforejudging- For being candid and frank For thinking before speak ing For harboringclean thought For discounting the talebearer For being loyal to the preacher For standing by your prin ciplesFor stopping your ears to gossip For asking pardon when in errorFor the influence of high motivesFor as courteous as a dukeFor bridling a slanderous tongue For being generous with an enemy For being square in busi ness deals- Forgiving an unfortunate a liftFor sympathizing with the oppressed For being patient with cranky neighbors For promptness in keeping your promise Tetter SaltKheurri and Eczema a1layedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and remedy for sore nipples i chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr C jcljs Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and rormifuge They are not food bnt medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition PriM 25 Tents per package What Absinthg Does A volume might be written on the strange hallucinations which absinthe drinking develops in its votaries The doctors are unanimous in saying that constant nipping of the stuff even without any apparent abuse of it is as dangerous to health and life itself as absinth drunkenness The constitution becomes ab soltuely impregnated with the concoction and worse than all an absinth drinkers children are bound to be weak both in mind and body A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame buck rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole than ufacturer P 0 Box 29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TIllS Richmond KyFeb91902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoD ar Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and blj dder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began usinc it today I weigh 17i pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty yearsI and I cheerfully recommend it public Respectfully 7jnn Iv JoiisV RIDDEL The helpful hen broke all records at the poultry show in Kansas City last week This hen sold for 101 She is a barred Plymouth Rock and took the prize at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo From facts gataered in the last six months the remarka bIe condition is Revealed of the existence of more child labor in New York city than in all the States of the South combined The plan inaugurating the eighthour labor ytcm in all departments of federal government has been adopted by the IntedQJD P tm ellt with- regard to ofthe Wither BuraVuJL OiieiThe real heroines of every are in our homes Frequently how ever it is a mistaken and useless heroism Vomen seem to listen to every call of duty except the supreme one that tells them to guard their health How much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung Irritability takes of happiness and amiabilityand weakness and suffering takes the place of health and S as they can drag themselves around women continue to work and perform their household duties They have been led to believe that suffering is necessary because they are women What a mistake I The use of Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound will banish pain and restore Dont resort to strong stimulants or narcotics when this great strengthening healing remedy for women is always within reach FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN If there is anything In your case about which you would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinklmm No man will see your letter She can surely help you for no person In America such a wide experience in treating female Ills as she has had She has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health Her address Is Lynn Mass and her advice Is free You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind Invitation For proof read the symptoms suffering and cure recited in the following letters DEAn MRS rmKimi I wish to express to you the great benefit I hare derived from advice and the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound My trouble was female weakness in its worst form and I was in a very bad condition I could not perform my household duties my back ached I was extremely nervous and I could not eat or sleep and the bearingdown pains were terrible My husband spent hundreds of dollars to get me well and all the medicine that the doctors prescribed failed todo me any good I resorted to an operation which the physician said waa necessary to restore me to health but I suffered more after it than I did before I had hemorrhages of the womb that nothing could seem to stop II I noticed one of your advertisements and wrote you for advice I re ceived your reply and carefully followed all instructions I immediately began to get stronger and in two weeks was about the house I took eight bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and continued following your advice and today I am a well woman Your remedies and help are a Godsend to suffering women md I cannot findwords to thank you for what you have done for meMRS LOTIIE V NlTLOn 1328 N 1 Ave NW Washington D C DEAR MRS PrnItnA1 write to tell you what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has done for me I was suffering with falling of the womb and could hardly drag about but after taking five bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I was completely cured I am now a well woman and able to do all my workI your medicine one of the best remedies in the worldlIIBs- J M LEE 141 Lyndal St Newcastle Pa DEAn MRS PrxKiiAii Lydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound has done a great deal for me I suffered so much from falling of the womb and all the troubles connected with it I doctored for years with doctorsand other remedies but received only temporary relief I began taking your medicine and had not taken it long before I was 1onglnshard all day and go to bed and rest at night Thanks to your Vegetable Compound I am certainly grateful for the relief it gave me It is the mothers great friend I wouldnot be without it in my house for when I feel tired or out of sorts I takea few doses and feel all right I would recommend your medicine to all tired mothers and especially to those suffering as I wasMRS R P CHAMBERS Rennet Neb 5OOO FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signature of atwro totlmonUli which wilt prove their absolute genuineness Lydia E Finfchaiu Medicine Co Lynn Mass Cheap Home in Texas and Arkansas Along the Cotton Belt Route land that can be bought for 2 to 55 an 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