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L 1THfl RICHMOND ICLIMAX u OLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 25 1903 NuMBER 40 H Ev EIRM New Goods C r v New Prices t CALL AT THE t HmtlMg Cish Store00 CORNER MAIN AND FIRST STREETS Opened Monday with a new and complete line of Dry Goods Notions Carpets Clothing Hats Shoes and Gents Furnishings t 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 themt Square dealings and polite attention guar anteed to aIL Very respectfully LACKEY JffAMILTON Props he Racket Store Haiyaidin a complete stockofnew Goods which is now offered to the Cash Traded Every useful article needed in the house can be found on our shelves 6 We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year and wish all a happy and prosperous new year liE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery AIN STREET RICHMOND KY a rBig Dill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite CoaJi tt tt ip4 +++ + +++4 + + +++++ e 4 t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J Jgratt without any attention J 4 + + + + + +t4 + + J Autumn Opening Sale o- fF U R NIT1U R E Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits i ining Room and ttchen Furniture 4 We guaranteed to saveyou money W ecordially invite our cQuntry friends to call make our store their headquarters T We Must t please Our success depend upon it andtherea sonable prices at which ever ything useful 5s offer ed will astonish and delight you MaCtings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly dane and the newest njouldings 4ilwLyar Iied e fo dCS fh JOILlfit toneN4447 a Specialty LUIg RCHMOND KYt d W Evans Jr rEmbalmer t Sheriffs Sale FO- RTaxes 19O2 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 Ky on- Monday Mar 2 03 Daybetweenand 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 4 iO Boltou Mrs Mary 1 lot 755 Burton Lee 1 lot 10 S5 Clear Irs Marv 1101 755 Clore Ciave ur 1 lot 7 55 Davis Mrs Sallie 1 lot 5 95 Evans Dr G W W G White 1 lot 260 Faulkner Mrs Nannie nr 1 lot 10 90 Farley Wm his lot 4 25 Harrison 0 H nr 8 lots 9 80 Hacker r G hrs lot 3 15 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots I 95 llucesMrs Lizzie j lot 10 10 Keller Mrs Nora 1 lot 7 55 MnrcuinO P2 lots 9 15 McKeiina Mrs tvatherine 1 lot 12 70- Pariili S D5acres4 lots 9 95 Parrish S I 0 D Powell 1 lot S 60 ParriKh S D Martha Kimbrell 02 acres 425 Piunau Jnc A 11 acres 35 65 Powell Mrs Mary 2 lots S iO Pence J B ur 1 lot 13 40 Ulue Mrs Lttie lot 13 15 Jtlchanlfl A E nr 1 lot 3 0 Roberts Mrd Mary J 1 lot 57 65 StouflerJ B agt JnoTribblei lot 4 25 Wallace H Gardner 1 lot 10 White W G W L Farley Hot 260 White W G A Joe Bush 1 lot 9 85 Wilson Mrs Winnie 3 lots 3 iO Williamson Mrs Mary nr lot 4 25 Worthtuati Joe B nr 1 lot 3 Jij FOXTNWH NO2 Bolin James 4 lots 4 30 Bolin Noah 4 lots 5 40 Davis J G 122 acres 12 iO Guess Jno S40 acres 5 S5 Newby Mrs LucKdfa 55 acres 9 95 Stafford Mrs Jno W 79 acres 7 55 Taylor Ieiidloton 27 acres 4 70 Walton Mrs A M 27 acres S 25 UNION NO 3 Bnwinati Jas 10 acres 640 Ijenny Nannie hr5 acres 2 60 Freeman Nancy J hrs 39 acres 5 40 jlisln D1QPY 13 acres 3 O Lewis Ceo W nr 55 acres 54Q uniielly Frank acre 4 70 IJisk JegarforVade Shearer fiOacres 705 Srutlder Mn Julia A 57 acres 8 70 Sexton Arch lire nr 32 acres 4 8 Walltr hRrJ4 35 apres 6 9 UiltN U nr7acres d 35 ELLlST0N NO4 AilaihH W 25AIWB 5 85 Adams George 8 acres 4 iO BtitlerJohu W 125 acres j7 95 Cornier Jnifies 4 acres 4 99 David Iticliaril 53 acres 9 B5 ElliionAmo4 acres 4 70 Sfntry Dave 3 acres 470 JMJniiiKS Evullup 2 cre8 i 60- fOlflS1ti EIitli hrstlo acres 4 25 Johnson S V 2 acres y 4 701 King MrSKnccy 25 acres 8 l5 PrtwoodJJ Martha 15 acres 2 10- 2rzwrEdna7aezes 285 Winkle Mrs Sallia 85 acres fib5 YATES NO5 AsbtryLydlaUflCre8 525 Baker JSant acres GOO B ker Jhp 12 acres 4 iO 0i 20DCarpenter Nelson 05 acres 5 30 45CQrnelisoDOornelison Jag H 35 acres 7 580CreekmoreA 440rootGentry Jno SO acres 79GentryooGutridgeIrvitio roHarleyHarris Gillard 751UlIIHoliautl James 55 acres li 30 Jackson tout 3 acres 00 95Johnson 30Jones20KendredSallltlOOacrlJs Kindred Mrs saucy B hrs 124 15KindreIKidvvcll Mary J 40 acres II 2tu1lInhlamb Henry 7 acres 4 20 J5I60LakesLakes Curt 40 acres 6 00 Lamb Pleas 100 ncrej 5 30 Lawson E R10 acres 6 40 Lovet Ed 22 acres 5 S5 Maltcoi Kate 11 acres 2 85 MtzePhcbe i30 acres 959 Moore Wru L hrs 33 ncres 136 Reeves Steve Co acres 580 Riddle P HI acre 630 Richardson Mote 30 acres 420 Rogers Wm 10 acres I 20 Thorpe J W 1 acre 630 Fiptonto125acres 750 Todd Seth 15 acres 6 19 Todil Charley 30 acres 475- iOdl Lydia 6 acres 2 40 Vaughn Polly 7 acres 2 60 Vanwinkle James acres 4 90 Vanwinkle Palistine 10 acres 4 00 Vanwinkle PailS acres 4 oJ1 Warford Thomas nr 50 acres 3 75 Winkler A J nr 86 acres 7 rx Winkler Christopher acres 475 Woolery Ainosl acres 420 Woolery Will nr 1 acre 2 10 Young Huh 24 acres 5 Young Margaret 7 acres 375 GLADES NO 6 Anderson Jas E 75 acres 6 IS Asberry Elizabeth nr 4 acres 2 60 Azbiil JuoJllot 5 t5 Bates James 200 acres 5 t5 Ballard Mrs Nannie 50 acres 3 iO Baker Amanda 75 acres 4 25 Bensley Sallie acre 2 W Brockman Eb 15 acres Ii 30 Bronston Wm 28 acres 12 50 Burton Jno 3 acres S CO Burton Harry nr 50 acres 5 35 Buford Thomas 17 acres 5 S5 Burns Jas H 1 lot 69S Burnell Lyman 50 acres 5 40 Burnell Jasper acres 4 10 Clift Itichnrd 5 acres 4 55 Cornelison Robt R 6 acres 4 j1 Coyle Thos J Jr 1 lot 5 81 Cope Jno W 1 lot 6 4 Crutcher Jno W nr 3 acres 2 11 ueering James nr 1 lot 4 2 Eden Sam nr 1 acre 250 Gabbard Don C 6 acres 4 IGabbard Jno hrs 20 acres 4 25 Giles Mary nr 1 lot 4 2ii Grant Walter 20 acres 5 85 Hatfield Wm Hot 4 5ii Bays Philip 50 acres I Sb Harrison Thos J 25 acres 5 7f Harrison Burrett F 25 acres 9 tHarrison Lewis S 46 acres 5 st Harris fhos 1 acre 8 7r Hellard Wm 2 acres 4 2 Hill George 2 acres 4 75 HoskinsMrs Elizabeth lOOacres 425 Hurlev Jas SOacres 65 Hill Nancy and E Jones nr 35 acres 2 70 Idson Mrs Maud 10 acres 2 S5 Isaacs Godfrey nr 1 lot 5 J5 Jones Mrs Mary J 68 acres 4 70 Jones Lizzie and N Hill 30 acres 275 Jones Joe nr lot 370 Johnson Schnyler J 16 acres 5 85 Johnson Jno M 20 acres 665 Johnson Beverley Sacres S 50 Kindred Reuben 1 acre 5 95 Kindred Harvey 2 acres 1 lot 11 40 Kimbrell Amons 6 acres 4 70 Lain Jno A nr 97 acres 485 Laws Caleb Sacres 450 LoRgden J G 26 acres 605 Lunsford James W 1 lot S 30 Maupin Frank 1 lot 6 40 Mathews Alice nr 400 acres 10 95 McIIono William 25 acres 4 85 Moore Lou and Mary 52 acres 7 55 Murrell Wm 2 acres 4 30 Parks Richard 60 acres 5 85 Pigg Win H 20 acres 495 Pond James and sIsters nr23 acres 315 Preston D Allot G D5 Reynolds Asberry 1 lot 4 i51 Robinson Wilson 9 acres 4301 Rogers William 70 acres 19 3Qj Scott Max 2 acres 4 20 Settle Geo W 50 acres 2 lots 7 55 Settle A P rind G W 62 acres 8 15 Sliockney Thos nr 18 acres 70 Shockley Wm 1 lot 5 85 Skinner Win acres 875 Tatum Mrs Wattle 10 acres 315 Taylor Frank 15 acres 6 O Tacker Geo W 2 acres 6 30 Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 3 15 Todd Susan E 2 acres 2 50 loIM Joe E 20 acres 6 40 Turpi Willis 10 acres 4 20 Tiirpin Robt 4 acres 4 70 Vanwinkle Jno W 12 acres 580 Vanwinkle Joseph A 6 screws 805 Watkins Thos H lot 4 20 West Sallin and Roan 7 acres 8 15 Weaver Salem 20 acres 5 30 Williams Mary A 27 acres 70S Wilson Jno R nr 4 acres 2 75 Young Juo T 100 acres 5 85 KIRKSVILLE No 7 Byrum Mrs P M 12 00 Barnes Wm and Jas E 5 acres 7 Harton MM Nancy lira 27 acres 5 351 Kinuard June 7 acres 7 20 Lambfrt Wesley nr 61 acres 14 80 Lawrence Mrs J III lot 755 LupIitoD Henry 13 acres 4 70 Led ford Leander nr 68 12 O Long Thos 6 acres 4 iO MaQison Lodge No 183 1 lot 2 60 Rhodus Jotsi 1 acre 4 7Q Rhottue Jno acrn 470 Richardson Bon 1 acre 470 Slirewshnrry ER1 lot 11 90 Smith William 1 acres 4 70 Smith Robt L25 acies i 395 Terry Mrs Amanda 45 acres 17 60 J White Green 1 acres 4 30 MILLION N08 Bock G W 1 lot 445 Bogie Mrs Sarah 61 acres v 1595 Bolser Jacob nr 1 lot 585 Brock Mrs Mary 1 lot 435 Burton Woods nhrs 20 acres 4 25 Burton Elizabeth 5 aorta 3 15 Carpenter Henry Gnrllol o 35 Cox Same A 1 lot 315 Colaton Rachel 2 acres 200 Douglas I N1 acres 6 SO Fain Brack 1 acre 4 30 Faster Robt acre 3 85 Foster Leoinai acres 8 J5 Foster Joel P 1 acres 4 10 Continued on foarlh pe THE OLD RELIABLE p AKIN6 POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Rival Sisters Last November Alice and Alma Martin twins whose home is in one of the mountain coves of an upper Ten nessee county read in a mat rimonial newspaper of a gentleman who wished to corres pond with a young lady not over 20 years old with a view to matrimony The adver tiserstated that he was rich had a nice home and that his address was Unita Indian Territory The twinsopened communication with the man whose name is Henry C Bowing a farmer of theterritory Both girls have been in cor respondence with Bowing since Nothingwas keptfrom him he being informed that the ladies were twins and photos were duly exchanged but the man from the territo ry was unable to decide which of his fair correspondents he liked best The girls were requested to visit the West and to have their big mountain brother accom pany them to see that the intentions of Bowling were honorable and things were as represented For all the expenses of the undertaking Bowing forward ed sufficient money for the party of three Friday the trio started to Utica The girls are pretty modest and ladylike One is a perfect brunette while the other is a typical blonde Their family is highly respected in the community where they live A Fatal Mistake Is Often Made By The Wisest People Its a fatal mistake to neglect back ache Backache is the first symptom of kidney ills complications follow Doans Kidney Pills cure them promptlyDont until too late Until it becomes diabetes Blights what this gentleman says CaL D W Velsh keeper of the Wood County Infirmary Pnrksburg W Va says I had to go around trying to evade pain constantly aware that a false step jerk or twist would brine punishment and I was afraid to handle any thing for fear of a reminder in th shape of a twinge of pain I trade at Dr J N Murdochs drug store on Third etreetrind have something to Ret in the drug line every time I come in It was there I learned about Doans Kidney Pills and I tookjfa supply home with me anti used them My wife used them and my sister Mrs A Amick of No 645 Seventh street used them They cured the three of us I am here in the city every few days and can substantial th remarks I have made orsale by dealers Price 50 cunts a box FosterMilburn Oo Buffalo N Y sole agents for the U S Remember the name Doans and tae no other 1m Adams Birth Date According to the foreign re ligious journals Dr Light foot Chancellor of the University of Cambridge has spent much time during the last fifteen years in an Endeavor to ascertain the exact date of Adams birth and has at last solved the problem After making thousands of calculations hehas discovered that Adam was born at 9 oclock on the morning of Oc tober 23 in the year 4004 B C That this is the exactdate he says can be proved to the Satisfaction of any scientist The learned divine has not yet been able to learn the ex act date of Eves birth but itlssaid that he isnow grappling with this problem and is confident he will be able to solve it within the next few fears Escaped an Awful Fate t Mr II Hsjrtrins of Melbourne FIB rlts My doctor toltl me I lud Con juiiiiilon and nothing could be done was liven up to die The pier of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings ew Discovery for consumption in uced Hie to try it Results were tarllinjr lam now on the read to ecov and own all to Dr Kings New Ufelrhl8 n Jesfree Lee County Booming Lee county threatens to be come one vast coal mine and the Louisville Atlantic peo pIe will have to get more cars if they intend to keep upwith the traffic The spur track to the McGuire mine has been put in firstclass condition and the managers of that company intend to do some prospecting this summer that will let them into a thick vein across the creek from their presentCopening The Nor man mine sends out several cars of whiteash daily winter and summer The Contrary Creek Company will have its side tracks laid and tip house built this summer Prospectors have been up the creek with a view to opening other banks in the glad sum mer time Two companies have been organized and in corporated and their sole rca son for existence is to get out the coal on Sturgeon The Kentucky Northern people have been idle since before Christmas when the track lay ing gang was taken off on ac count of the soft grade In dications point to an early re sumption of work and there will soon be something doing on the K N Besides the increase in the output of coal there is timber enough on hand to keep the mills going and the oil men will also un fold a tale before greens bedeck the hillsides The outlook is pleasing Beatty vile News How Wanamaker Got His Start The number of men who fail on account of lack of cour age is enormous says Shoe and Leather Facts Thenum ber who would refuse to let go of adollar if they knew positively that it would bring back two is astonishing Such men merely exist They dont live They never really amount to anything The men who win are the men who think out theright course to pursue then back up their convictions with their last penny and their last ounce of energy The first goods Wan amaker ever sold brought him 36 He delivered his goods in a wheelbarrow He collected the 36 and went di rectly to a newspaper office and planted it down for ad vertising space Some men would have spent 150 for some cheap dodgers andsaved the rest They would have been wheelbarrow merchants today Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrh Medicine Sent Free The two diseases are the result of an awful poisoned condition of the blood If you have aching shoulder blades bone palnscrippled- hands legs or feet swollen muscles shifting harp biting pains und that tired discouraged feeling of rheumatism or the hawking spitting blurred eyesight deafness sick stomach lead ache noises in the head mucous throat discharges decaying teeth had breath belching gas of catarrh take Botanic Bloou Balm In B B It kills the poison in the blood which cause these awful symptoms giving a pure healthy blood supply to the joint and mncouK membranes and makes a perfect cure of the worst rheumatism or foulest ca tarrh Cures where all else fails Blood Balm is composed of purl Botanic in gredients good for weak kidneys Im proves the digestion chres dyspepsia A perfect ionic for old folks by giving them new rich pure blood Thoroughly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per largo bottle with complete di rections for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice Bent in sealed letter 1m So far as is known Capt R M Jackson has been buncoed only once since our last issue Theres one born every minute One day last week a young man so unfortunate as to have been christened Mor ris Farris Van Arsdell came to London and borrowed five from the Captain until he could reach his home at lIar rodsburg when he would re turn same The last heard of Morris Farris Yan Arsdell he was languishing in the Lexington jail in default of 300 bond Van is said to have worked his game allover the State The town board should pass an ordinance requiring cows to wear muzzles Spme of our citizens need protectionMountain Dem ocrat The Republic of Liberia has donated 25000 toward the purchase of a steamship to ply direct between Amen ca and West Africa The steamer will be used to carry negro immigranisrto Liberia o BUSY BEE GASH STORE HAS MOVED To their Handsome Building on Main street OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE We are already showing new Laces Hamburgs Embroideries Wash Gaods in all th eextreme novelties Linens etc Call andsee us in our new quarters and note the low prices we are naming on firstclass merchandise We have just placed on sate the largest andmost up to date line of tlJ Carpets MattinA Linolems etc ever shown in Richmond Our low cash prices will repay you for a look through this department alwayshavevite you WD OLDHAM cia BUSY BEE CASH STORE Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sumption U Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 and 100 years ago Salt pork is good if a man can stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionis the modern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scotts Emulsion is the most refinedof fats especially prepared for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this waywhich is often the only way is half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oil and hypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special action on the diseased lungs A sample will be sent freeupon request tauIfEmwiSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St N Y soc and SI all druggists It may not be generally known but it is a fact that tbe majority of the white citizens of this country have vot ed the Democratic ticket In every election since 1872 By leaving out the negro vote the States of New York Ohio Indiana Illinois West Vir Igiuia Maryland and Delaware would go Democratic in three lout of every four erections The Barbers Union of Birm ingham England has raised the price of a shave from 1 cenc to 3 cents In the shave they deliver all the American accessories are omitted it be ing a lather and scrape sim ply The customer does his own washing and primping Military Bounty Land Warrants end Soldiers Additional Homestead Claims It you have one send particulars to Rl Kelley Baird build ing Kansas City Mo and see what be will give you for It 1 mo R K KELLEY IMY NAME I- SrHURMA1V On Sausage Row 11 n And Buys SKINSJC f lFor further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 11Phone 85 THEDfORitsB1ACItDRAUOilJ THE GREAT- flMlLYHEDICINE Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors more than sixty years For the common fam constipationindigestion plaints chills and fever biliousness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is regulatesstimulates action of the Kidneys purifies the blood and tho of foulaccumulations It cUres liver complaint indigestion sour chills rheumatic pains sideache back ache kidney troubles constipation diarrhoea biliousness colds and headache Every drug gist has Thedfords Draught in cent packages and mam mothsize Never accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaMedicine 8bckDraughtItgood for MV sad everything I have a awHy el ehlWrtn and let four years I have kept them en foet sad btaHhy wWi no doctor but Wack Drwjht AJGREENHkwaraUJ Louisie Atlantic Kailroal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RIChMOND- orVeratIIeeLewrenceburg Shel maDdItMamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LoulsTlllo Lexington and 1164 aia mFromFrom Millers Creek SrJO am C M DROWNING Gen Mgr IynRichmond Kj GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky ++++ CALL AT++++ + JONES 1HERSHON + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydibin clersO- eaalae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssssE- hone 3 Second St THE ElM SDA Yar T lie Richmond Climax 4 CHENAULT President A O PdILLERm m Manager PORT S OROWE Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 25 1903 rUBLUHlCU CVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR OIKOUIT JUDGE lION J 11 BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON ASALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- 2nnouncemCt2tS We are authorized toannouuceF3 PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Miriison eeunty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are antbotiitd to announce D C UtGGSa3 a candidate Jailer of Madison duty subject to the action of the Demo CritiC party e A GOOD roads convention was held in Chicago Friday ii which thirty states were presented A memorial to ongress was drafted setting forth the condition of the roads of the country and re questing that body to appropriate the sum of 20000000 for building beLter roads throughout thecountiy The good roads movement has grown more rapidly proba lily than any other of recent years and this united effort for assistance is but the result of the work of counties nnd States THE Congressional Record of February 17 prints as an appendix to a speech by Mr Littlefield a list of trusts in the United States The list was compiled by the Congressional Information Bureau it covere six pages of the Re- Cord and gives the names of 80 trusts with an aggregate capitalization of nearly 14 0 0OOQ000 A re these 10 proportions at 1Ienough to catch and for a moment occupy the engrossed aid astigmatic eye of Marcus Aurelius Hanna Courier Journal Dn ELUS DUNCAN of Lonisville indicted for shooting Bruce Head was acquitted by the jury at Pittsburg The announcement of the verdict was received by the spectators in the court room with a remarkable exhibition of enthusiastic approval and later prominent citizens ex tended Dr Duncan veritable ovation STOCKHOLDERS of theStan Jartl Oil Company will receive 20000000 in dividends next month This will make a to tal of 323000000 paid by the corporation to stockholders direct within a period of twelve years TUBUE are only six more days of Deboe Likewise of McKenzie Moss and Irwin Kentucky is coming to her own again CJI8rower COI1 LEXINGTON KY The Sweeping Reduction we are making in Furniture Carpets Draperies I Wall Paper Wood Mantels Has been favorably commented by all who have taken advantage of this sale And this oppor ofsecu1inggreatbar ly appreciated by hun dreds ofourcustor- nersNever have we offered such reliable goods at such prices It will be a great Money Saving to you to visit our store during this sale CLBrowerCOI 1y isTT THE citizens of Richmond are glad to know that they at last have a good stockilaw and will no longer be at the mercy of the roguishanimals that last year roamed at large night and day Last summer the stock law was tested in the courts and found uncon stitutional From that time on the city officials were pow erless and consequently yards gardens flowerbeds and trees suffered by the marauders The new law it is sincerely hoped will put a stop to these ravages during the coming summer and all who take any special pride in their yards or gardens may go to bed at night feeling that their prop erty is reasonably safe A CONTEMPORARY gives this apt definition The so called philanthropist of the day is one who skins robs and plunders Ins fellow men for forty years to lay up a vast fortune then hires a press agent to inform the world that he is giving away a few dol lars here and there to charity THE gubernatorial campaign is now on having been formally opened last week Governor Beckham addressed a crowd at Mt Sterling and his opponent Hon T K Hendricks spoke at George town DAVE FRANCIS is hobnob bing with the Princes and dukes and things in London today About a half century ago he was feeding the ducks on Silver Creek Madison countyLouisville Post ELIJAH MILTON WATKINS aged eightytwo died yester day at his home in Woodford county He was a grandson of Elizabeth Clay Watkins the mother of Henry Clay THE banks and post office were closed Monday in honor of the Father of hisCountryAN- N0UNcEMEir To THK DEMOCRATS OF KEXTUCTV I bet to announce to you my candi dacy for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture subject to the will of the Democratic voters at the primary to be held may 9 The short time intervening before the election renders it impossible for me to cover all of the State I desire to state that I have been for years and am now a practical and active farmer and that all of my interests are dependent upon the success of the farmers I am in thorough sympathy with all matters pertaining to the ad vancement of the interests of the agricultural classes of the State and of course in our Commonwealth it is well known that the success of all other lines of business is dependent upon the welfare of the farmers If nomi nated I pledge my best efforts to use the Department of Agriculture in the interest of the farmers and the general welfare of the Commonwealth- I have at all times been an active and coreistent Democrat I am profoundly grateful to the Democrats of Scott county who have twice honored me with the Sherills office without op position in the ranks of my own party- I have always been found in the thickest of the fight for Democratic principles both State and National 1 have served four years as a member ol the State Contra Democratic Commit tee representing the Seventh Congreb sinnal District and feel that I can point with pride to the success of the Democratic party in my district under my direction In these times of great combinations of capital and trusts uo one feels more keenly the direct results of their unlust oppression than tilt farmers of the country and I pledge you if nominated to use the office to re Kist the oppression of all trusts and to stand fighting for the interests of the agriculturists If you nominate mo I pledge all of my energy and strength to the success of the party in Novem ber when we must meet the enemy the Republican party Having had many years experience in business and farming you will not be placing the office in the hands of an inexperienced man and I pledge the same care to the Interests of Slate affairs that I have devoted to my personal affairs The Department of Agriculture was founded for the interests ot the tanners and in my humble opinion ought to be man aged by a practical and real farmer My county Scott has not had a candi date for a State Office for 25 years rind being a strong and reliable Democratic county I feel that I can appeal wilu confidence to my fellow Democrats all over the State I ask for your hearty support and encouragement and whether successful or not in my ambition to be your Commis sioner of Agriculture I pledge at all times my hearty support to our com mon cause Democracy the only refuge for an honest and patriotic people Very sincerely TT HEDGER Unanimous Verdict From newspaper notices received the past few weeks from yarious sources it would seem that Robert Sliermni and his big comedy company present jug a repertoire of popular plays is strictly a first class attraction with more originality and novel features than any repertoire company that his yet visited us Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contains Muicujr as mercury will surely destroy the seruse of smell and completely derange tEe throughtheshould never be used on pn scriptions from reputable physicians es the damage they will do la ten fold Co the good you can possibly derive from them halts CnUrrh Cnre Jiiannlacs ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and Is taken Internally aclingdirectly upon the bJooJ syste111fnyou get the genuine It in taken filter EilJ At The New Opera House The assertion is made and from all accounts well authenticated that the production of Weary Willie Walker the very latest comedy farce is one of the funniest playa of the season It is said further that no coarse allusions indelicate incidents or common antics arc permitted and that the aim has been happily achieved of presenting a play with comic scenes and situations that appeal to the best class of patrons of the drama Founded upon the comic pictures the play has been writ ten in the best style of Gee Totten Smith who is the author of many PUC essful comedies Tho conipanywbich- iinterprets the play is a large one The principal parts are played by unusually talented actors The scenery is new for the three acts and pictnreeqne The costumes are pretty tasteful and well designed It may be fairly well as sumed that Weary Willie Walker will be admirably played and the pub lic will be amply rewarded for patroniz ing it when the play comes to the New Opera House Thursday Feb 26 Prices 25 35 and Jesse James and his gang are coining to tLo New Opera House Friday Feb 27 Dont fail to see tills great sensa tional drama See the great train hold up the burning of Dr Samuels home and the killing of Jesse James Prices 15 35 and- 1ALLEY 50 VIEW From the Argent Mrs Joe Perkins continues danger ously ill at her home near Baldwin II D Roark visited his patents at Richmond from Monday till Tuesday Prof Wash has closed his school for a few days on account of cold weather J W Masters ot Richmond was here Tueadry and Wednesday on busi nessT J Coffey and B O Crow left Sun Lay for Lexington where they enlisted in the services of Uncle Sam The Kentucky River Poplar Co has received their machinery preparatory to putting in an electric light plant at their saw mill When completed they will run lay and night The cold spell caught the town with out a single bushel of coal for sale by anyone The coal dealers have been out for several days Slabs andrefuse from the sawmills are being used for fuelDuring the past week the Southern Lumber Co and the Kentucky River Poplar Co received thousands of logs on the big rise It is estimated that enough logs were received to keep both sawmills running for eight months Severely cold no was the weather a big force of men were kept on the booms day and night Tile receiving of so many logs means much to the people of Valley View and surrounding com mnnity Hubert Vredand for Ccmmissioner of Agriculture Farmers Home Journal As its thousands of readers know the Farmers HomeJournal does not often express its preferences or advise its friends and patrons in contests for political offices but there are times when we deem It to be in our special province to speak a plain word where the interests cf the farming classes of Kentucky are specially concerned and in this connection we desire to ex press our heartiest indorsement of the candidacy of Mr Hubert Vreeland of Jefferson county for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics The State Primary will be held on May 9th in every county in Kentucky and every Democrat will doubtless feel it his duty to go to the polls and there express hw preferences in the various contests for State offices As for the other State officer the Farmers Home Journal has no preferences to express believing that it should have an eye only to that which is of direct concein Ufthe farming classes Mr Vreelaml was formerly a representative of the Farmors Home Journal and for the past three years has been the assist ant Commissioner of Agriculture receiving the appoi tment from Com missioner 1 B Nail on account of his special fitness for the duties His serv ice as assistant has familiarized him with all thci dutits of the office and in fact has given him a knowledge of the conduct of its affairs that a new man could not acquire until after a year or two of his term had expired Mr Vreeland has all his life been a stead fast Democrat always supporting ac tively the regular nominees of his par ty He has already received the in dorsement of thousands of the most representative farmers in Kentucky and it affords us a real pleasure to be able to recommend to our readers and friends such an eminently qualified and estimable candidate as Mr Vreeland We speak for him because we know him We speak for him because we know the requirements of the office which be seeks KIRKS VILLR Delayed Miss Kate Ely was the guest of her aunt Miss Nettle L Pond Sunday Miss Susie Merrhnan of Point Lea veil entered the Secrcst Normal School last week Dr Ira B 01 ham was summoned to the bedside of his sister Mm J P Eagle at Little Rock Friday Mrs Belle Finnell visited hor son Mr 0 Fiumsll at Red House last week to see his little son who is quite sick Miss Jennings of Danville Mr and Mrs J B Ely and MissBessie Ballard of Paint Lick were in our town Sun day Miss Rebecca Secrest is out again after an illness of several weeks and has resumed ho position at the Secrest Normal College Mrs Nat Cotton is not EO well at this writing She has been in a critical condition for several days and shows little or no improvement Miss Mansfield and Mr Roope of Silver Creek were married at the Baptist church here Saturday night the Pastor RivJ M Bruce officiating Mr Jack Adams and daughter Miss Sallie Miss Kate Ely and Miss Lizzie Rucker of Paint Lick attended the supper at Shepherds Hall Saturday nightMrs D Willis and Miss Mary Tudor who spent the fall with her mother re turned homo last week They will visit her daughter Mrs Cora McMur ray In North Carolina after which they will go to Texas where Mrs Willis will remain some time for the benefit of her health Pastor J MY Bruce attended the sup per at Shepherds Hall Saturday night which was givttn for the benefit of time new Baptist church The ladies of the totlIa WJ18ri t++ ++++ ++i t SPECIAL tf + + M+ +++ + ++t Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building If RichmondJKx D B Shaqkelford Co have con Ira ted with the Miller R F Co for time tale of their Ranges in Madison county tf L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats veryborderlandsoothing healing influences of Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Heinzs Preserves and Baked Beans at Fraza Bros Phone 1G5 Second St We see that D B Shackelford Gos customers have made him put TheytryStops tho theCordLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets nopayCorn Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BonN BENNETT Duo Military Land Warrants 500 paid persons telling who has ono whether I buy or not R K Kelley feb 11lm Kansas City Mo rorRent Our Store house 104x18 ft1wo storys and basemeat 208 Main Etreell Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son- For Rent One hundred and thirty five acres of extra good blue grass welt set two good ponds in pasture For information call on undersigned 2t G J WHITE fc Sox Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salve hud no trouble to cure him Equally good for burns bruises skin eruptions and piles 25c at all drug store 1m Lost A blackand white setter dog A liberal reward will be paid for the return or any information leading to recovery Charles Terrill dec 31tf Richmond Ky Crab Orchard Springs to be Sold Crab Orchard Springs is to be sold at auction Tuesday afternoon March 10 The springs is one of tho States lead ing resorts It has been conducted for years and it is presumed that the change of ownership will not mean any material change in the conduct ot the establishment The springs has always been popular with Richmond people FINE TRAINSTO FLORIDA Florida Limited Chic go and Florida Special Superb Pullman Serv changefrom apolis Cincinnati and Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine a 50l r a Da act l 4- esctBOlC These trains are the Fin est and Fastest in the South and carry dining cars Observation cars SleepersCompartment Club cars For handsomely illustra ted literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban Re sorts Folders etcM ad dress any agent of the Southern railway or KyCLouisville G B Allen Asst G P A St Lonls H B Spencer General Mgr St Lo- uisPublicSaleS JcrryBroathtusPublic Sale on the premises near Mob erly on Muddy creek in Madison coun ty Ky beginning at 10 oclock on Tuesday March 10 03 the propertyOne 174 acres more Olllhpmfarm dwellingandFarm No 2 is known as the home place and contains 270 acres more or inblueacres There is on this farm a first class dwelling containing eleven rooms twolargebuildings Both farms are in good condition very fertile well watered and delightfully located- IEIIMSThme land will be sold on three equal payments onethird cash ineighteened for deferred payments with good security bearing 6 per cent from day of sale and a lien will be retained to givenInthe forgoing farms will first bo offered IeIndicatedsold in the manner bringing the most money At same time and place we will also sell the following personal property Five cows two with calves 31 springlingsheep 45 shoats 5 gilts 3 sows and I boar yearling mare mutes 1 two yearold mare mule 1 4 Aarold mare mule 1 harness mare and 1 brood maro itidderamitihayhold and kitchen furniture Terms will be made known on day of sale E lBnotDDu LCTPwrDDVS fe II3 t Executor I OT lIis drected to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried the Main street butchers The mail or der business of this firm has growhto such propor tion j that we are now making specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is 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 hasalways given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every 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 Dyspepsia bane of human exis tence Burdock Blood Bitters cure it promptly permanently Regulates and tones the stomach 1m DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond Is it a burn Uso Dr Thomas Electric Oil A cut Use Dr Thomas Electric Oil At your druggist 1m 33 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think wo can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 25 4m Arbuckle Simmons The Chlfarets Filecd persuadeAn Theyknow legstomay do Rood Painkiller is certain to A big difference and one that has been recognized for sixty years There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly as pos Bible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pick tip dollars but wo can assure you that buving jewelrv of us will mean mummy a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true tf L E LANE TO CTOE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money jut slltnatureIwill at once stop itchiness of the skin In any part of the body Doans Ointment At any drug store 50 cents 1m IlJeat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each T STORE poundI Bldg Coaland Feed We have 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 good in any quantity clteired at lowest prices We handle botn the Jelllco anti Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give uu a call Coal Co IBeattyville Mgr Telephone 184 nov 263mo Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel Barnes deceased must file samo property verified on or before March 15 or be barred All persons knowing themselves indebted to time estate are requested to settle MRS LIZZIE BARNES feb IS 4t Administratrix OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaranteed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year ld in jugs st 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5St 1jnjI2oo 5II ti bottles 3 2c jugs S210 Orderspromptly filled PropOldMcBraj er novlvr Anderson county Ky MORE BUSINESSThe East Tennessee Telephone Company issued statement 01 its business for month of January 1903 and thin growMi is shown as follows Total number of subscribers January 1 1903 14107 Number added during month 741 Number discontinued during month 486 Net increase 245 Total number subscribers January 31 1903 14352 TMBTLli4 tip EL liJCsic5ONLY LINE TOTHE FAIIIIUSJEIITIIIJJ1ZQT4S A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you wilt give usa call we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods ofEtaminesandSilksWhite GibsonCorner Main and Se- condiLllumphrcysR Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every day 1 cordially invite YOtr to call R ttHurrphreys a cj H0NEitJ at ccit 4 1 a 0zc c5Lu C ct E LUGILE PETTICOATS This season we fell perfectly safe in declaring that never before have we beforegenuNoveltiesaveragbysame goods LDETY UR DWNEYES BE THE JUDGE r OWEN McKEE u Ii Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY J LADIES UNION SUITSMade of puler yarn spendid weight fleece tape drawn neck and tied in bow at 4 front 25 cents each J Oneifci glovefitting Union Suits 49 cents Childrens Misses and Boys Union Suits 25 and 40 cents c Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 25 and 49 cents Childrens Casimere Hose in pink blue white and cardinal 25 centscCall inand see our extensive line of staple and fancy g- oodsOWEN McKEE GREAT SWEEPOUTjsI BEGINNING TuesdayFEB 10 At 12 O clock 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 Advantage These Salesunderstand what they meante These Sales do not occur every month but every two or three years Dont Miss The Opportunity Everything in Fall and Winter Goods go in this Sale See Our Prices rJj of Buells 5 00 Bootees 3 95 4 00 325 Mens 5 00 Shoes all kinds 3 95 I 400 il 315 3 50II II 2 95 SI 3 00II V i 2 65 II 2 50 w w 215 II 2 00II 44 1 65 1 50II II II 1 20 IIJ 25a II u 95 Ladies 4 00 Shoes 3 15- II 3 50II 295 1 3 00II Ouecn Quality 2 65 II 250 11ri 215 H 2 00II 1 65 IIJ 50II 120 IIJ 25II o 95 Prices on Misses and Childrens Shoes cut in proportion to above prices Great reduction on Hats and Underwear See Our Coumterof Mens 3 4 and 5 Shoes for 1 t J 50 and 2 and many other bargains just as good This Sale Will Close Positively tl1e t28th of February J903 t RICE ARNOLDMain Si RICHMOND KY here lIRE T IVO ways of losing groundgoing backwards and stand ing still We to keep in the lead with a full line of WagonsIand get our prices Repairing Painting Horse shoeing by competent workmen We guarantee to please Give us a trial Ivwvtoxckv Camac JOwVs HuOND 2e nn s Y pHONE t rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESH roceries- AGENTS FOR oquet flour e Richmond Climax NEIHY FEB 35 1903 WAS IT YOU b1y lid a golden deed i evijy proved a friend in need ebcxy ting a beautiful soup i Mailed the whole day long fcay Inuwht Tis sweet to live b ijv Raul Im glad to give brJy niht a valiant fight buil oved to snide the right Christian Observer Bav v J girl a shower sUck tf 14E Lane esse Jamf s at New Opera House SVFK27 IVreis some talk of a union de Lexington tY pound can of Gooseber for flits at Frasa Bros jawr ucehtirg is to have a new nv Temple and opera house Majestic Ranges Arbuckle Simmons hoi Iiosof the Christian church ttna ready for an Art Loan n account of the 22nd falling on ay Monda was observed as legal lav Ir and Mrs T B Collins wit fi to housekeeping in the s vr he grocery adj Pattie and her band of I allies will be at the Grand i aHase March 10th r Cecllian Club will meet this nin with Mrs M C Kellogg at e on West Main street- ft recent roM tpell made splen ce nnd skating was indulged in to a action nf lovers of this sport Ir W W Pig t has sold out his s in the Omnibus Transfer Com f Lexington to Mr W B Wilk wo will continue as sole pro rr I King Colo was a merry old lid a merv old soul was he he If r his pipe he railed for his aril he called for his fiddlers sf him at the Grand March 13 oMc and see the heaviest the- arAllle most complete Range in narkrt The Miller You will find tl them that have been in use isIy for fifteen years tf D Shackelford Co UV ary Willie Walker is indeed ly birrali from start to finish Th- e1Irs nre tlm spirit of humor An lI cimpany of farceurs inter tlp arce and entertainment from nriiiB to end and is bright and fciir in the extreme Weary ie IViiker comes to the New Op Kjs Feh26 11 love your wife buy her a a D2 IK js gold at S2 down and 1 per- th ilpaid for isisneaper than coal rf no heat no smoke gas range settles the cook problem gas arc lamp will give you 700 lie p TVIT light for 2 cts per hour I will pm these lamps in on trial ifactjon guaranteed frnnioxn WATKK LIGHT Co Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Next Monday will he county court day March with its wiuds will be ush erod hi next Sunday There is talk of another railroad running through Stanford Dont do anythinguntil you see An American Heiress at the Ntw Opera House Monday night 102030 centr The Elks aro preparing to jive a most attractive entertainment lit the Grand Opera house on the evening of March The Miller Uange people tell us if a customer telephones us they fo not like the Miller Range for us to send a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to ondtf DI B Shackelford Co Mr Root oi Louisville who has scored quite a success in Amateur the atricals will take the part of Old King Cole in the opera for the benefit of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary The local lodge of Elks has invited Rev E L Powell of Louisville one of the most noted divines in tho Christ n church to deliver his lecture Chris tian Citizenship in this city If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come and take it out us the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory we will muke is go but such an occarence never happens with tho Majestic fcb 25 4m rhiickles Simmons Quarterly Court The February term of the quarterly court convened Monday Judge N tTiirpin presiding Stove Exploded The explosion of an oil stove in Mrs M M Millers residence came near causing a serious conflagration Wed nesday night Fortunately the flames were smothered before any great damage was done st S xtw1cactNotice All persons having claims against Madison county fire hereby notified that the Court of Claim will meet ho fint Tuesday in March instead of the first Tuesday in May us heretofore N B TunriK J M C C Wilful Accident Mr E B Hume met with a very painfulaccident on last Friday when a heavy iron bar fell across lila thigh It was thought at first that thr member was broken hut it was only a very severe lick resulting in a bruiso Bijr Tide There was a bbc tide in the Kentucky river last week which brought down logs enough to Inst for several month It was thought for a while that the nigh water would cause great damage to farmers along the river but the cold weather came in time to prevent a flood New Undertaker Mr B F Wilson has opened an un dertaking establishment at Waco and others tho people of that section the best service at tbe lowest possible cost He hiss recently purchased a new hearse and complete stock and is ready to go any where at any time Telephone C L Searcys store Be sure anti see An American Heiress at the New Opera Home Monday nignt Prices 10 20 30 cents Called Meeting By order of the High Priest there will be a call meeting of Richmond Chapter No 16 Thursday night March 26 for till purpose couferriog the Royal Arch degree UFO D SIMMONS Secretary Arrested In Estill Deputy U S Marshal J C Mullens last Friday arrested Jack Hook who lives on Millers Creek ill Estfll county charged with violation of the internal revenue laws lie was brought to this city and placed in jail to await his ex amining trial lie will be tried by U S Commissioner W C Bennett to morrow J rre E Ileatherage C- oSEEDS t II Seeds L C- All kinds of Seeds In fact we are rather SeedyJ So if you want w buy anything in t- heSEED u Line r be sure and call on E Deatheiage Cc and he will treat you right although you may get a few hay seed in your hair I E Deatherage Co I I II Insptctfoa Costs Hothlnc Come in when you are passing our Store never mind whether you 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 now and Interesting to show and inspection costs nothing tf L E LANE The first of The Seaton The Richmond Elks Fair of 1903 anyklntleverdate has beeu set for July 13 continu ing six days This is the same week of last years fair anti is considered the best date of the whole season The Richmond fair will bo the first of the circuit no other being held in the State during that week To Open In March Famous old Eatill Springe which usually opens its doors for guests in Juno will be ready for guests in March This is done in order to accommodate the many oil men who are flocking to Iryine Estill Springs is a favorite summering place with numberless people and the success of previous yeais will in no way fall short during the approaching season Mr W R Thomas is still the genial and popular host which fact alone will insure success for Estill Springs The Plumben Day The plumbers as well as the coal men had a busy time of it during the severe cold spell of last week A good many houses in various parts of the city were flooded as a result of the freezing of the water pipes and more or less dam ago was done by water A water pipe on the second floor of the Government building burst Wednesday night and drenched timings before the water could be cut off Covington Banks also suffered some inconvenience on account of water The leak caused a part of the ceiling to fall in their store but fortunately they were warned of the accident in time to save the store from damage Means Wealth and the results derived from Physical I Sure Constipation Nervousness Curtis Adams Physical Studio Crutchers Shoe Fruit Killed Tho knowing ones assert that there will be no fruit this vear Everything is killed Time warm weather we experienced recently did much towards starting the trees to budding This was followed by the blizzard and zero weather which nipped everything and the loss to nurserymen and far mers will be considerable We trust it will not be as bad as is thought and that a great deal of the fruit will survive the freeze Damage Suit Florence Covington o Owsley Covin ton colored has flle suit in the circuit court against the city of for 6000 damages for the death of her husband Coving was confined in the city jail lat summer and while blasting in the stone quarry lost his lite through a prema tIre explosion of dynamite Lexing ton Observer Covington who was a resi dent of this place is well known here Select School For Boys Prof I Cochrane Hunt who has been in charge of the chair of Ancient Luignages and in part the mathematics at Bellevue College Wilmore Ky during this scholastic year will organ ize at She byville a select school for young men and already has received great enrouragement in that county Prof Hunt is a gentleman a classical scholar being a of Hampden Sidney College Va and tho kind of a gentleman and instructor that will elevate those with whom he mingles Journal To Prerttt Theft A writer in agricultural says that a little precaution on the part of the buyers of blue grass seed would almost put a stop to the theft of this If the farmer will put small slips of paper In his seed as soon PS it Is brought III from the field beating his name printed by a rubber stamp and if the buyer will paintmark each bag with the name of the party of whom he buys the seed erasing all names on the bag at that time then the printed slip and the name on the bag must agree when it is up for tho cleaner Up to The Standard MrMilton W Browns lecture at the Grand last night was fine and in no way fell short of the num bers of the Lyceum course A good audience was present and every moment of his talk on A Su peiilous Man The public feels very grateful to Messrs Woods age for having brought to Richmond such high class entertainments as the past four numbers hare been and nil regret that only one more belongs to the course This one will come on March 17 when Ralph Par lette humorist will be here Time of Court Changed The time of holding the Court of Claims has been from the first Tuesday in May to the first Tuesday in March a notice of which appears else where in todays CLIMAX This Is an important change and every citizen of the county who has business in that court should be reminded of it change was made to accommodate theI farmers throughout the county busiest season ia during the I May It Is believed that by holding time court early In March before the regular epriBR work opeu that more a- npill attend 0 y Worse Than a Blow from a hard fist is time buffet of cold protectedto cold may be the beginning of con Lose time n T cour pulmonarywith Allens Lung Balsam A few will loosen the cough and enable yon to itCureCaarlUe News Changes Hands Major E W Lillard editor and Lug Incas manager of tho Danville News has sold big interest in the paper to W Reed Enibry and W V Richardson who will continue the paper as heretofore They are both hustlers from word go and will no doubt tbej great success Major Lillard tins charge of tho News for two years past during which time it has won a place in the first rank of Democratic papers ot the State Card cf Ihiab I wish to extend to the people of Richmond my sincere thanks for their hospitality shown me during my stay in their city I have visited a great number of towns in the State in my work as Deputy State Organizer of the Jr 0 U AM but have never met people with whom their homes and places of business have linen opened to me so freely Yours Respectfully W C Steger A Good Fire Fighter On First street morning a test was madeof the ball fire nozzle which is being throughout the eoUitry The nozzle not only throws a stronger stream of water but renders it easily manageable that one man can handle it A spray at tachment winch protects the fireman in his work can also be made to drive the smoke and heat before him The trial was made in time presence of the Mayor Council and members of the fire department and all pronounced the new nozzle a great improvement over time old ones Health 0 Come enjoy excellent Culture cure for Insomnia Indi jjestion Director over Store Telephone I2Z extremely adoiinietrator Lexington ton formerly thorough graduate Jessamine paper complete product other opened previous enjoyed DeatberJ attraction Holdlnf changed sumption doses Saturday introduced To Locate Here Dr J G Bosley formerly of Union City but recently of Paint Lick has de cided to come to this city to reside lie will have his ofHce over Stocktons drug store We are always glad to welcome puch men as Dr Rosley to our midetiBesidesJbeing a physician of high merit he is perfect gentlemen ul right and honest in all his relation He will be a valuable addition to our medical force and to our town Winchester Court J A Ramser reports about 400 cattle on the market 45 feeders sold by the head at a price equal to165 17 good 1000lb steers 4cts one lot 1050lb steers4 cU lot of 625lb steers 4 cts Good heifers 3c light heifers 3 to SJcts good fat 1000 lb cows 31 21200lb bulls 3c Hogs 6 to 61 85 good ewes 400 A good feeling in time mul mar ret and a number were sold at fair prices Zinc Mines Sold Messrs J C and D M Chenault and William Reed of New York who own ed the controlling interest in the Boone Creek Mining Co of Fayptte county have sold out to Oppcnhiemer Co of Louisville The new company has increased its capital stock from 3000 to 50000 and will erect smelters and prepare to go into business on a large scale The BoOne Creek Mining Company was organized by Chenault Co of this city about a year ago for the purpose of developing the zinc mines n Lee Smithas farm in Fayette coun ty The mines have been worked since last spring the ore being shipped to Louisville A New Order A Council of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics was or ganized in this city on Saturday with twenty charter members The follow lug ofllcers were elected W C Fielder Junior Past Councillor Frank L Russell Councillor W F Marcum Vice Councillor- W C Miller Recording Secretary Johnson Mink Asst Rec Secretary B C Million Financial Secretary B D Gordon Treasurer Enoch Grey Conductor- B F Hurst Warden L C Mathews Inside Sentinel Albert Dozier Outside Sentinel Howard Kunkle A B Gumm N Hurst Trustees Mat English Chaplain Paper tor Farmers The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of its character in the central portion of fie State It is easily the lending paper of its kind published in Kentucky and fora short time the subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per year or on trialjthree months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday and contains ably edited departments for agriculturists stockmen and raisers of poultry Mrs R A Owen is among the contributors to the poultry department She is the best authority on poultry raising in the South and her 6ubIa sample copy Address The Kentucky Farmer Danville Kentucky By a special arrangement the Ken tucky Farmer and time CLIMAX will both be sent one year for 130 This price is for old as well as nefr subs crib ers when payment is made In advance Address nil orders to the CLIUAX- UchiBOHd Kentucky To Be Extended The report was circulated last week that the Louisville Atlantic railroad ball been sold to a New York Syndi cs to When asked about it Mr I L Amsden Treasurer of time road stated that the report was not true It ia said to be the intention of tho owners of the Louisville Atlantic to extend its line from Beatty ville 90 miles souththrough Owsley IClay and Knox counties to Pineville to make connection with the Louisville Nashville Dear Cumber land Gap Another proposed exten siou is from Beattyville east 10 Preston burg thence south to a connection with the Norfolk and Western Landand Stock Sales P F Adums of Meadow Brook sold to W D Locsdon of Panola a pair of extia good work mules for 225 Matt Shearer sold to O C Lisle at Winchester eleven 425pound heifers at 3 cents S L Van leter of Winchester bought of A B Wp ers seventeen head of cattle averaging 1000 pound at 4M cents Mt Sterling court About 1000 cattle on the market There were sonic good cattle offered Trade was slow and with the miserable day a good nInny cattle left over unsold Some good 830pound cattle sold at f4 50 but the bulk ofsales at 400 to 125 year inge fl25 heifers at 3 00 to 365 cows at 2M to 3c bulls at 3c Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 Waller Bennett 4 Joe S Boggs 5 NB Coy 6 D M Chenault 7 G W Gates 8 0 W Hisle 9 John D Harris 10 T II Hart 11 U G Harris 12 W R Letcher Jr- 3JC Lackey 14 David A McCord Henrv Perry 115 Dr G G Perry 17 Honw B Smith 18 M It Stagner 19 Judge N H Turpin 20 Eugene Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers ho above list is the number oh Mn jestic ranges we have sold III the last ten months If you are not one of that list we want to make you one this year SUItE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call ct Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best lange you ever saw AnrucKLE SIMMONS A Wonderful Operation The first operation in accordance with the method of Dr Lorenz the famous Austrian surgeon ever performed in this country outsIde the largest cities was performed most successfully by Dr E 0 Vance assisted by Drs McKee and Faulconer at the St Josephs Hospital Lexington Saturday The patient was little George DCJar nett the five year old son of Mr Jas DeJarnett of this county whom Dr Vance has been treating for three months preparing for the operation The operation was bloodless and was made to set right a displacement of the hip with which the child was born The work was very hard not only on the little patient but also on tho stir geons The leg lied to be moved in every direction until tho shortened muscles winch wer caused by deformi ty Wore stretched to their proper length smith then the bone was thrown into the socket with a snap that could have been heard in the next room The leg was then placed In a plaster cave in which it willbe kept six mouths and then the little fellow will be us perhctly formed and as strong as any of hi play mates The operation is one of the most re markable ever preformed in Kentucky and the surgeons are to be congratulat ed on its success There is a great deal of danger in this operation as even the famous Dr Lorenz lure had several patients die on tho table from the shoclc In another case ho broke the leg and had to abandon the attempts to complete the operation There is also the danger of breaking a blood vessel and of gangrene setting in in which case the leg would have to be amputated ft the hip The DeJarnett case has been successfully performed and all danger is now past A number of local doctors wits essed the operation and a medical student who was there to see his first case created a little excitement by tainting Y MeA Notes Sunday was observed as State day by tho Association Reports were given ot tie convention by delegates who at tend 3d which gave some idea of the importance of that gathering Cash and pledges amounting to 1075 were received for the work of the State committee The short hand class has started with four members After this week it will be impossible for others to join as they will not be able to make up the lost time Arrangements to enter this cass maybe made with the Secretary any time this week rio executive committee of the loca association will meet Friday night to discuss and plan for the improvement and extension of time work in this city The standing committees wilt be an nouiiced next week Mr C R Boucher of this city was chairman of the committee on creden tials at the recent State Convention at Lexington He reported 520 delegates and corresponding members present Thin is said to have been the largest State Convention ever held in the South Encouraging reports were re calved from every department and the evidences shown of the effective ness of tho Association as a g eat fA- ctor in the religious work of the State Nation and World could not be disputed Recommendations for a greater ox tendon of the work were adopted by the convention and the coming year will see great advances The county plait like the one in Madison and eight othjjr counties of the State is receiving jnoe and more attention among the loaders of Association work Ken tucjty may well be proud of the fact tbai she baa led In this feature of the gr work lint only has Kentucky led in coun tv reanization but tho InterColleg iat Association work was started here which has since reached every land li is to be regretted that more of our maa could not attend since the Con vettion was so close by Although wojere time nearest Madisous dole gatOn was tbe smallest IdrkaviilOWaa the voaugesf Asaocia tioji reported CooatYlcsrt Notes J W Bales guardian of E C and P C Cornelison filed final settlement- E L Haden admihfstritor of the estate of D B Miller filed final settle mucuS Mrs Martha Hensley qualified as guardian of her von Jesse C Hunts and entered into bond with W B Smith surety State Bank Trust Company trus tee of T M Turner deceased filed final settlement On mctiou Benjamin Fields colored was appointed guardian of Daniel and Cynthia Francis J D M Russell suretyJ Moore administrator of the estate of Parmelia Jarman filed apprais ment bill E P Million appointed Deputy county clerk for Foxtown District appeared and took the prescribed oath AEfnIt All Mr Robert Gilbert of Clay county was in the city a few days ago and re marked that he had recently been approached by one of the numerous per sons now running over time country getting leases on everything He said that this man wanted to secure a lease on about two thousand acres of land which he owned in Clay No said Mr fllbertI wontgivoyou a lease on my landIm agin the whole bizness and its all wrong He said that man hind gone to meddling with things he ought to let alone God Almighty hod put the lIe in the yarth to keep btr greased with and the gas to push her around with and when man goes to taking it out he is Interferin with the Creators arrangements He went onto say that this would some day bring about a disaster the like of which hums not been known since the confusion of tongues at the building of the tower of Babel and that if he could he would prevent every neighbor of his from giving a lease for man had no business meddling under the earth or in the firmament The Auditors Race We dont think we would be doing our hundreds of readers justice if we were not to call their attention to the names of a few men who are candidates for State ofTices Unit are tm be voted for at the coming primary election and among them is time name of lIon John B Chenault who is a can lidate for the Important position of State Auditor Time Mts enger so fur has always dealt fair with its readers and has never tried to mislead them on any question or in favor of any man that it did not believe was to the best inter est of the taxpayers of the State It wonld not be a firstclass paper and the people would not have the confi deuce in it that timmy do if It were to remain silent on these great questions and not speak out as it should when it comes to the selection of its public servants We do not pretend to lay the flattering unction to our soulthat all of our readers will see as we do on all public questions and support all men that we favor for office but we want them to feel and believe that we would not recommend a man to them for their consideration that would not make an able public servant and a capable offi cia Mr Cheuault is now Insurance Commissioner in the Auditors office and is making one of the best men in that office that lisa been there for yearsand during his stay in that position he has familiarized himself with theduties of tho auditor office that he is now the most available man before tbe people We ask the Democrats of this end of the State to give his claims one end careful consideration knowing that if they do he will receive their united supportHe from Madison connty and is a Democrat that if nominated will add much strength to the success of the party in November election Thero is hardly a Democrat in the State who would make a better officer orstrengthen time ticket more than John B Cheuault He is the coming man Muyfleld Messenger RELIGIOUS Rev Hugh McLellan will on next Sunday at 3 p in brain regular ser vices at Mt Zion church They will continue throughout the year Rev A J Smith of Maysvllle has accepted a call to the Episcopal church of this city In the future there will be regular services Sunday morning and evening Elder J W McGarvey Jr principal of Madison Institute of this city lisa been called to preach at Little Bethel church near Baldwin this county dur lug the present year The Epworth League which was or ganized last month at the M E church is progressing nicely There are now about 40 members and a great deal of interest is being manifested Services are held every Sunday evening from 6 to 7 oclock MATRIMONIALCuAwronvDatvoNMr ford of this city and Miss Laura Dea ton of Berea will be married at the home of time bride tomorrowJ- aVINGSTONDUDLEY Time mar tinge of Miss Clara Miles Dudley of Lexington to Lieutenant John G Livingston was celebrated on last Satnr dav The bride is known here hay lug upon several occasions been a guest of the Misses Bennett at their home on West Main street Mrs Sam Bennett of this city was a guest at the wed ding DLAThS PArsoxsMiss Sue Parsons died last week of consumption aged 21 years She was the daughter of Rev James Parsons of Asbury and a neice of Mrs J Gideon Taylor of this county RICE After a protracted illness Miss Ethel Rice died on last Wednesday at the age of 25 years She was the fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs Fountain Rice ot Tetrill where her funeral occurred after which her remains were Interred In the Richmond Cemetery GnixsTBAD Mr B B Grin stead died in Somerset last Wednesday Ills remains were taken to College Hill this county where he formerly resided having moved to Somerset only a few years ago COTTON On last Saturday at her home near KIrksvIllo Mrs Nat Cotton Jr died of grip at time age of 49 years Before her marriage she was a Miss Smith daughter of Col James Smith deceased A husband and five children survive her After funeralservices in the Kirksville church OB Sunday her remains were bro gbj tp this city for I intermegt J rr FINESUIT- SFTO ORDER We are ready with a very extensive line of fine woolens for custommade Spring Suits Let us have your measure early jandwetIl give you the finest tailoring at moderate prices and A guarantee a faultless fit or no sale Try ustj I Shirts Made 3 I To Measure j For the benefit of men who cannot get a satisfactory fit in readymade Shirts we are prepared to make to Jspecial order any style of fine white or fancy Shirts JId A perfect fit guaranteed of course Prices are tJ I 125 And Up t Let us supply all your Clothing needs J I COMGTON I BANKS c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS n DayISeven MiUio boxes sold la post 12 months I Our fowi jest Tiwn Madison connty is to have a new town which bids fair to be a vigorous youngster from the start The new town will be located on the Kentucky river near College Hill and will be tbe central point of a fine section of coun try on both sides of the river The promoters of the enterprise are Messrs William Hisle and CB Combs who own a large tract of land at that point on which the town will be laid off The first industrial enterprise will be a saw and planing mill the machinery for which has already beeu purchased This mill will be erected at once anti will employ a large number of hande One or two other enterprises are be lag talked of wnich will likely be secured Two stores will be opened and a number of houses erected Immediately The name of the new place will be Flint Rock It will be at the head of slack water navigation and will have steamboats all the year around A telephone line is underway and daily mail will give the citizens connection with the out side world One pike runs to tbe place already and two others are being planned so that Flint Rock will be easy to access from every side Messrs Hisle Combs have every reason to be proud of their new city and imeres wishing all success to time venture BIRTHS BKOADDUS Born to tIme wife of Thomas Broaddus a fine boy Friday February 13 TUDOR Mr and Mis V K Tudor Jr of Moberley are rejoicing in the arrival of a 14 pound boy CosmwAt Canon City Colorado to the wife of Harry Cosby a nine pound boy Friday February 2- 0PERSONAL Mr W R Shackelford is in New OrleansMr G Parrish spent Sunday with his family here Mr Shelby Tribble was a visitor in Lancaster last week Miss Alice Walker of Lancaster is the guest of relatives here Miss Carlisle Walker is attending Mardi Gras at New Orleans Mrs D R Tevlll usa returned from a three weeks visit to Louisville Miss Rosa Baldwin of Winchester is visiting relatives in tho county Mrs WS Oldhara will be pianist for the Old King Coleentortainment Miss Mollie Fife left last week for a visit to Mrs G B Woodcock In Dan villeDr and Mrs J V Logan of Danville visited relatives in the county last weekMr and Mrs Z T Rico have been entertaining Miss Annie You tis of Lancaster Mrs S Nevfllo Moberly spent a few days last week with her parents in VersaillesMiss Chenault hiss returned from a visit to Miss Christine Bradley in Lancaster Miss Grace Hargts of Irvine is the pleasant guest of Mrs Henry Hargis on North street Mr James Crutcher who we 1 k to CIncinnatijpvCQnsnIt a specialist has returned hornet Mrs John Doty andDr I BOIdham returned home Monday from Littlo Rock Ark Mrs Sam Bennett ties beenin Lex ington for a few days as the guest of Mrs B W Dudley Mrs Allis Powell and children of Lancaster were guests last week of Mrs WT Short Mr Jack M McGrath of Mississippi was the guest several days last week of MisMary Crilton Mr Harvey Chenault has been down from Conway for several days waiting for time weather to improve Mr L M Scrlvner spent last Tuesday in Winchester with his sons Messrs II B and Harry Scnvuer Misses Mildred and Willie Lear haye returned to their home in Lexington after a visit to Mrs Jesse Cobb Miss Emma Hendren of Speedwell was the attractive guest last week cf MiaaEula Jackson inYwdngton Mi William olt kM TfUTiM t rra visit to Mr and Mrs Rojeit Arnold at Manse Garrard county The married peoples Euchre Cluh was entertained on last Thursday night by Dr and Mrs V 11 Hobson Miss Palsy Letton of Paris has been spending a few days with her sis ters Mrs R A Wooluuis and Miss Mabel Letton Mr Murray Smith hRS returned to his home in the county from Wash ington and Lee University on account of ill health Mr and Mrs Broshiro ot England are guests of Mrs Brcshires brothers Messrs Jeff and Harry Morgan at Whites Station Mr and Mrs Nelson P Gay have returned to their homeia Clark county after a visit to Mr and Mrs T D Chenault hear town Mr and Mrs John B Harris and little son of Winchester spent a few days last week with Professor and Mrs J B Harris on Filth street Miss Hallie Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill county is expected next Sunday to spend the next two montks with her sister Mrs Harry Scrivner Dr and Mrs J M Poyutz Mrs H L Perry and Misses Madge Hart arid Merritt Jones attended the Reynolds Poyntz wedditig in Mt Sterling last nightMiss Florrie Chenault who has been in Deland Florida for some time is now in Jacksonville where she will spend about one month with Mrs Ma ry Dodge Maddox Dr T Park Gardner spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Neale Bennett en route to his home at Irvine Dr Gardner has been to Louisville where he was initiated into the Shriner degree of MasonryMr Harris the popular express and baggage agent on the L A returned home last Thursday from very pleasant trip East taking in Phil adelphia New York and other large eastern cities Time following persons attended the funeral and burial of Mr D II Myers Mr and Mrs C J Dryers and Mr James Hulett of Lexington Mr and Mrs Joe Pevton and Mr Zack Myers of Jessamine Mr and Mrs Rutherfoid and Mrs Farm of Nicholaaville Mist Nannie Hunt Powell entertain ed tho Epworth League on last Friday night in a most charmingmaniier De spite the extreme winter weather there was a good crowd present and all entered into the gaieties with a good deal of spirit A feature of the even ing was a guessing contest which re suited in the first prize going to Mr Earl McGarvey and the booby to Mr Herman Krasi Delicious refresh meRits were served and the hour came all too soon for good nights to be sail Miss Powell was assisted in receiving and entertaining by Miss Mary Scott who added much to the pleasure of the guestsIn to tbe ladies of time In firmary Association the following ladies will serve as patronesses to the Old KinK Cole entertainment to be given soon at the Grand Opera House Mrs L R Blanton Mrs T J Smith Jr Mrs Brutus J Clay Mrs Harry no Hanger Mrs J Stone Walker Mrs S Neville Moberley Mrs Waller Ben nett Mrs E Tutt Burnam Mrs Kuper Hood Mrs Hugh McLellan Mrs Geo Corzelins Mrs George D White Mrs T D Chenault Jr Mrs George Perry Mrs Carlo B Brittain of this city MrsJames M Benton and Mrs Nelson Prowitt Gay of Wmchestet Mrs C G Crooks and Mrs Margaret White of Danville Mrs W II Shanks of Stan lord Mrs Harrison Simrall of Lexington Mrs John Allen of Carlisle and Mrs Lewis B Uerrington of Macon Ga Mrs W G White of Louisville Tbe entertainment promises to be the leading social event of the season One of the most enjopable affairs of the winter season was the dance of last Wednesday night given by the young society men of the city Music was furnished by Saxt3nand the following persons were present Mr and Mrs M C Kellpjtg Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Jr Dr and Mrs G H Vaught Mrs Sallle Miller Mrs Joe Ohenault Dr G W Evans R C Stockton It W Miller and Messrs Blanton Scanlao Collins Barrett PickelSt George and Irvine Hume Stockton Denny Bennett Taylor- iOl1aw1t NMto uey and Klsse 4lJ cures Crip in Two Days trton boxj Taylor Smith Searcy ShnrkeUord Jo cs Evans White Chenanit Rice Urcenleaf Anne Bennett Walker Laura Bennett Smith The following notice is taken from The Norwood Enterprise anti will be of interest to many hero The Ladies Musical Club met at the residence of Miss Hindersman on JefFerson Aye Besides the members oi tho club mauy ladies were present to hear Mr and Mrs William L Ambsler of Clifton the invited guests and tho attraction of tho afternoon Mrs Ambsler is a talented pupj of Mr Oscar Erpott She has a rich resonant voice of good compass she is an artist in her chosen profession and one of tho promising sopranos of Cincinnati Her singing of Chaminailes Summer was artiatlo and finished showing range and flexi bility and perfect breath control By special request she sang Queen of lira Earth by Pinsuti and Violets by Wright Mr Ambsler the talented violinist charmed everyone with Ida rendition of Mondelsshons Concerto also the Hungarian Raphsodw by Hauser Norwood audiences know the wonderful talent of this young vkiiniat and are always delighted at an oopor tunity to hear him His tone is won derful and he has a well developed technique Mr and Mrs Ambcler were the gnests of Miss Cora Rand McGuire who was also accompanist Sho WM a pupil of Dr Elsenheimer for a number of years then took n four years course of Romeo Gorno at ths College of Music where she received her diploma She is now pianist for time Interstate Lecture Bureau PAINT LICK Mr C F Higgins of Richmond and Mrs H L Wallace of Paint Lick were summoned to Stanford 10 see their sister Mrs Adelia Woods who is very sick Mrs Minnie Jennings our milliner has gone to Cincinnati to spend several weeks When she returns she will hav o everything uptoilata in her hue Rev Husen filled his pulpit at Mt Tabor Saturday and Sunday Mrs Reauchatnp has fcrganiz d n W C T U in our town Mrs Ernes Woods is president Mrs C S Young Treasurer and Miss Bettie Francis Secretary Mrs George Patterson and Miss Amanda Anderson met with tie organization last month and were very helpful to them They meet once a month In the Y M C A room Wo hope they will do effective work in our communityMrs Wallace will visit her sou Salem in Lexington this week AnnouncenientWe nouncing to the Public that the regular ship ment of Screened Block Coal from the new mines at Brush Creek Ky has begunas the railroad has been completed to the first mine This event is the result of years of ceaseless ef forts by someof our OWII citizens and we do not hesitate to say that you will find in this an ideal coal In it there is combined the two great qualities itamxut 5vefc tot aQ a This coal is clean of blate and dirt and is Large Block ConU iIIbehalf and you will always bay i a fire all night Also Red Ash Jellico and Manchester coal Feed Etc Letcher Wit Coal Yard and Wareho se- PhQpi42 L N JJerQ Richmond Kyv i ROFESSiONAl CARDS ATTC11S- H W MILLER ATTOttSKTATXiAW- KICHUOND Uince n the Burnam Building next door to armeri National Bank re ISi atr14 v- AI1pVAt tJ f It It Jill 0 ovr k iTt lt ftte OOHfl it Mniii Streai 4 I RICHMOND OJIce on u IItIt nits grocery W R LETCHER AUorneycitLa KiniMOXD KENTUCKY tOtfle over Taylor J ros StoreJ JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY lIKe In John Bennett1 old lav omce over Perry Thomas drug store PYSIOL13f DKS GIBSON GIBSONlPHYSICIANS AND SUKG Uii RICHMOND KENTUCKY Otiice in tht Dr hon building MainStreet H C J4SPERjll D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stoutlbr Huildinc Main trcet telephone at residence the Car placet Breadway 1CHMOND KKNTOCKk W EVANS M D PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KCNTUC1O E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D Osteopathic Physicians StoteBnkTsutU g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE graduates Southeru School of Otbeopathy DTTL SUiEftZ- v 1 il e t1J Ot rlnOP LovInLLII Ky iOIflte BCJt door to 0ov rn MiMHt IkhmSd Ky Met hoof to aovl7Jy h l M Blanton Z2a DENTIST WOfflve id eaa4tt UulhUng bnly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotol Glyndon Wednesday April 11 1903 Taken Up Tnkun up as estray a small brown BarMing mare mule was taken up on nwstlny Oct 7 Ovcnoi can have same by properly proving ownership and paying charges J H Allman- tf Chief of Poli- ceTTENTLONA We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main Ktreet to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SSljaulv RICHMOND KY IIi of Nothing Has everfequalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For crXIIIUHPTION UeSlOOI APerfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free TOTHOSE cwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence tt We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Bchmond Bearer Hamilton Waco O Pine Red House W Masters Valley View V Whitlock Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Roberts Ruthton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewitt Cottoaborc L A AVcarren Paint Lick C O McWharter Walltceton Btckner Early Berea JTCoi EirksTllIe Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the ther fresh and rosy Whence the dif ference She who is blushing with health uses Dr KinKs New Life Pills o maintain it By gently arousing the azy orsrans they compel good diees tion an l heail off constipation Try them Only 25c at all druggists 1m In our Stock of Jewelry Sil var wue etc will be found a uum ber of articles especially ap propriate for this reason Tli Be who have adopted the custom of sending their wishes before Ihritinas and their th- eHolidays can now purchase to advan tage Ther is a very laige assortment of dainty and exquisite things in Sterling Silver Quadruple Plate a af mnnv Metal Novtlties T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly STANDARDa Rotary Shuttle A rSewing Machine sA1m4zD GLUm LOCK AND CHAIN STTTCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE Sewingfachlnes stitch Two machines in one Run as silent as the ticking of IIjlhterandreedmachines Save time nnd labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball hearings is 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 manufacture upOallbo convic- edARBUCLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th at Cincinnati O 8mo CliMAX 1 k YEAfl WSTIVIA II Memphis Kansas City or Chicago I 11 Through Service of the Very Best to j ARKANSAS TEXASINDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA COUNTRYUCOLORADO MEXICO I PACIFIC COAST The Very Lowest Wes for the Cefemst amiHMteseefcttr 0 D BACON Genl AIL IMWAR0 JeLLY T P it38 East Fwirlh St CIacIeMH 0 M EaU FwrHi LCIihIi L CEO M LEE B f lA Little RMk Ark i SHERIFF SALE FOR TAXES- iContinuedfrom first page FostcV James 10 ncres 4 20 Harvey Norris 1G acres 4 70 Hadcn Lnr 9 lot 370 mil Mrs LlizabeUiTS cres 9 85 Houp Jackeon lit acie 3 J5 J kins fP ntrIot i 2 flO LandaiJ5are 0 50 iivve Huntiiii 10 licrta 475 l wtKbJtm It nr2ts 3 l oiitf AinauiU J Iris 16 acres S 80 j rIlzZ ICiicrtB 485 Jwry iirjr3iacrf V f 420 Lovfry Jas Jr J2 acres 4 85 LowryVu ti lacre r 3 s5 rolktrludJcrt 420 Mj4r Jlv 7irta 1 B McKcr E H fleeetyEr of Barker Cedar CoO acres rr 60S45 MichealT PnrU t i 2 60 Million Mary A Hr 36 acres G 50 MorserJIr A M9lcHs 18 iO Nnwly hrs TI I lot 3 Iii Perkins Dave 16t 44Q Portwoqd E3LBacrSfe r 4 7 rather Mary20j reS v f 4 2 Renfro Mrs Jane 140 acres 14 25 Robt Sr 15acresst 4 75 BllevW U iu 1 lot 2 70 Snweja GHorge I acre 470 Taylor James 110 470 David 1 lot 4 20 Sidney 75 acres 15 20 Turner Harrett nr 40 acres 7 55 Vanderpool I W I lot 4 20 Warner WHnrllot 1870 Webb hrs lot 2 70 Wheeler Cash 1 lot C 95 Whitaker R Wand Jno Warren 65 acres 650 Woods Jno B 2 acres 510 COLORED ItlCHUOND NO I Bollard Wince 1 lot 69 Beuua Charles 1 lot 8 05 Blytiie James lot 5 65 Black Sidlin M lint 6 50- BCB8 Hxrrctt lot 3 15 Breck Burgoyini lInt 11 40 Richard S Hot 10 90 BrotiBton Jacob 1 lot 4 70 Bnrgin Martha hrs 1 lot 6 35 Burnam Charlie I lot 6 40 Jno C ur 1 lot 5 35 Cobb Win riot 4 75 Campbell Mat I lot 530 Eldr W lot 4 70 E W and M Euibry hot 2 C- OChonnult Jno 1 lot 6 40 531OobbCOVII1 loU Sarah hrs lot 4 25 W 1 loti i 6JjCochran hrs Hot 815 Crutcher Nancy 1 lot 4 25 Dowthet Thos 1 lot 9 15 Ellison Nannie Hot 340 Embry Rebecca 1 lot 6 50 Jenny Hot 13 15 15Embry15EmbryFife Mollle 1 lot 4 70 Sarah 1 lot 4 25 60FrancisI Simpson 1 lot 4 70 370GilbertGuynn Dr Jno Allot 11 G5 585HarrisSarah 2 acres 4 25 Alice 1 lot 4 25 30HillIrvine Joe 1 lot 6 95 30Jackson315Martin85Maxbery15McWilliams 535Miller1gar Lucy MlIler 15Miller16Mass15MnnsieSalliel 70MassieNoland Celia 1 lot 5 35 Owens 40ThosParks 35ShletlPhelps 25WmlletRice Belle agt for C Donnhoe 1 70Rice 75a55RobinsonShepherd Maggie 1 lot 315 85Smith695StoneIIrene 1 lot 4 25 535ToddChasHlIot 30Tribble 650II70Tye25WalkerMrs Elias I10t 3 15 95Vhite 00iHot 5 35 Jas Htt for K P Lodge 1 25WhiteOWinfield 70WillisWilliams Charlenrl lot 7 55 4Ben 1 lot 7 20 15WoodsYalesMajtgIellot 635 FOXTOWN NO2 470OosbyFox Is 45Mark 40II A liquid for governing or- eqoralwngthe flow womens menses which occur once in every lunar month ERADFIELDSFemftle fa the essential of herbs It is a concentratedesacuce best adapted putinsuchsystemEtoppapes sicklyfiowsEre6of this superior estmcnagogne mecessitateareconstructionInil with marked congestion zuul loss of producetheeeirritathigdischarges patientwhciIJjy of druggists roo per bottle euPKtectPIAsqiLI sslH es- ii i Beautiful Present Heights the one who gives it as much thejone who receives It Any article selected from our large and varied Btockof handsome Christmas and Weddlnjr Presonts cannot fail to de recipientrYEAGER a bcautl ml collection of presents In the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS i RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and many other things to delight the eye FJYEAGER SECOND STREET Jones David 20 acres 5 83- McKinneyJeffhr 10 acres 35Million Simon 20 acres 4 20 Murry Alice 1 acre 3 15 Pbelpa Sam 1 lot 7 55 Mevens nice hrs 1 acre 2 60 Smith Scott 3 acres 4 20 Ed 2 acres 4 00 Taylor8amnel3acros 4 50 Thompson Andy hrs 12 acres 4 85 Walker Green 60 acres 10 30 White Andy 5 acres 470 While John 21 acres 9 40 UNION NO3 Brook8Chlarhtou2acres 470 Clay Wm Sr 1 acre 4 20 Covington Robt 1 acre 5 30 Quinsberry Florence hrs 15 acres 535 Robinson Mary 25 acres 3 iO ShearerJack 7 acres 6 40 White John 1 acre 515 ELUSION NO 4 Ballew Lena 7 acres 3 70 f Frank 15 acres 4 55 Bates S H 3 acres 240 Cobb Nannie 1 acre 35Crocket Henry nr 2 acres 2 60 Collins Howard 20 acres 5 30 Doty Chri si acre 420 Estill Dolly 1 acre 2 00- II Sally I acre 2 CO Ellison Andy 25 acres 5 SO Ellis Daniol 24 acres 4 70 Einbry William 1 acre 4 70 Harris Arthusa 10 acres 3 15 Emily 47 acres 5 85 Kavanaugh James 3 acres 420 Martin Beii 2 acres 4 20 Mayo Leander 2 acres 4 20 Miller Walter J acre 4 40 Moors Wm 1 acre 4 20 Oldham Jno 6 acres 40 Robinson E M 17 acres 530 Reed G T 7 acres 4 20 Royston Angline 10 acres 4 25 Mose3acres 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 Cornolison Howard 11 acres 3 35 FenderVm4acres 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 JnoH 30 acres 5 10 Walker Betty 8 acres 315 White Abe 3 acres 4 20 GLADES NO 6lAdams Henry 1 acre 4 20 Callard Howard Hot 470 Fred 1 acre 420 Best Elijah 15 acres 5 10 Bennett Wm nr 3 acres 3 70 Blvthe Sid 2 acres 4 70 David nr 5 acres 5 35 Bowman Cyntha 3 acres 275 Boggs Arch 4 acres 455 Burnam Joe 1 acre 4 20 Charlie 6 acres 6 95 Clark Ed 1 acre 4 55 Collins Lewis hrs 7 acres 2 60 Cornelison Joe 1 acre 4 20 Crigler Dave acre 4 20 Crocket hrs 50 acres 2 60 Denney Amanda 2 acres 2 6- CDenhatn Jerry 15 acres 5 85 Diggs Beltie 13 acres 3 75 Sidney 13 acres 530 aKt Z7 acres 5 95 EaleyDan2acres 4 70 Farris John 4 acres 5 30 Millie 1 acre 2 70 Fish Mariah 6 acres 3 75 Frankling Jas 1 acre 4 00 Gentry Joe 20 acres 530 Goolow George 1 acre 4 10 Haines Riley 1 acre 4 20 Jenkins Ed 34acres 14 75 Kennedy Jas 1 lot 4 45 Mason Frank 2 acres 470 Maupin Rbbt 20 acres 5 85 Martin Ben 3 acres 5 85 McBain Bony 10 acres 585 Miller Moses 8 acres 5 30 I A 01 Jot 5 30 H Isaac 2 acres 5 SO ISmith 5 acres 5 30 Moran Sam 3 acres 7 50 Paton Frank 2 acres 4 70 Parks Jno F 4 acres 450 Peyton Frank 1 acre 470 Rash Wm 26 acTes 0 40 Rodes Narcis 1 lot 535 Shearer Sarah 2d acres 5 70 Jno 5 acres 480 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 4 25 Titus Alford W41 acres 16 00 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 30 Spencer acre 4 60 315WhiteI Willis 12 acres 5301 William 4 acres 95JWillmoreYates Horace 51acesl lot 7551 KIRKSVILLE SO 7- UollInswoYtb Belle 1acro 5 35 Manpin Wm l5acr s 11 40 151MQrlnTaroervSam Slot 380 SOWhiteMILLIUI NO II 420BozieO1BurtonClark Irvin 0 acres 6 00 Dejaruett Frank 2 acres 4 00 Embry Jeff 17 acres 585 Francis Manda 1 acre 2 3C Jones Nolysis Enr 1 lot 2 CO 10MundaySebwtkui Rofet 4 acres I 470 There was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Hospital In the course of a few moments a very sick miman was brought in on a stretcher she was pale as death and evidently suffering keen agony There was a hasty examination and consultation and in less than a quarter of an hour the poor creature was on the operating table to undergo an operation for ovaritis The above is an accurate account of an incident which occured in New York recently the young woman in question had warnings enough of her dangerous condition in the terrible pains and burning sensation low down in side She had no One to advise her and she suffered torture until it was too late for anything to save her life Women should remember that if they do not care to tell a doctor their troubles they should be willing to tell them to a woman who stands ever ready to advise and help them Again we state that Mrs Pinkhams advice is freely and confidentially given toevery one who asks for it Address Lynn flass The following letters prove beyond question that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has the power to cure and does cure thousands of cases of inflammation of the ovaries womb and all other derangements of the female organism MRS OTTOSON SAYED FROM A SURGICAL OPERATION Dr St I the than I I recommend Known either tucky Id of DEAR MRS I cannot thank you for what ypur Vegetable Compound has done for it had not been for your I think I would have died at I will tell you how I I could walk was unable to or eat was irregular At last I had to stay my bed and flowed so that they sent for a who said I had of the ovaries and go through an operation as no could help me but I not do that I a little book of and after reading I concluded to try E Pinklmms Vegetable and I am now a well woman I shall your as long I and also recommend the same to any one suffering as Jlnorns Otho Iowa June 9 IDOl of of are a for gut a the that know is to rmiuiam for INFLAJH3IATION OF OVARIES CURED WITHOUT KNIFE FINKHAM I I to express my for the restored health and Lydia E Compound has brought my life I had for terrible at the time of and did not know what the trouble was the it of the and proposed an I so and that I felt sure I not survive the and so I told him that I would not undergo it The I read an advertisement in the paper of your in an emergency and I decided to try it Great was my joy to find that taking two so I it for ten weeks and at the end of that time I was I had eighteen pounds and was in excellent health and am now You deserve and you my very best wishes Miss ALICE BAILEY 50 Boulevard Atlanta Qa Treasurer St Francis Benevolent Associatio- nS If cannot forthwith produce the orlgln2h letters and of above which wilt pro 5 00 gennlnenest E Ilnkbaia Medicine Co Lynn Mns I 1 lot 4 20 7 acres 5 30 Willis Isanc 1 acre 4 20 JOHN F WAGERS S M C Tetter and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbyOintment very bad cases permanently cured by it It is equally for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic sore eyes 25 cia per box Dr Condition Powders are a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier ana They are not but medicine and the in use to pnt a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package A York merchant has poisoned by handling microbe infected money if there could be way to spread the by that same there whoILexi9itOnLeaderA HALLS DISCOVERY One small bottle of Great Discovery curai all kidney and troubles removes diabetes seminal lons weak and and all irregularities of the kidneys und in men and regulates troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be Bent by mail on seceipt of SI One amid is two monthe treatment ard will cure any case mentioned DrEW sole man ufacturer P 0 629 St Lotus Mo for by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond 1C TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 E W Louis MoDear Sir one bottle of Texas Wonder Halls eryfor kidney And trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it I neigh 176 pounds and I feel better in twenty and cheerfully it to the public ltespectuIl1I7jan lntt rnno- TheLawtenceburgIonesonie must be the most lawabiding form of intoxication The LawruceburgIt the following statements of the law abiding character of the citizenship of that has not a case kind triei in the lice Court year Though is tlxe largest whisky in the world this city well supports sis Joons paying acity license of lgach the locket shows that there has not a man dVunk here for two months JL be that the jiboys ate used to U or ton stijii drunks KEn Advocate JAn increlise of per cent lrjg1SJto the scawaty PISKIIAM enough me If medicine suffered hardly sleep Menstruation in badly inflammation medicine could received it Lydia Compound praise medicine as live I- wasMns OTTOSOX Many Follow the medicine and remember that these thousands of cures women constantly printed in this paper not brought about by something else but by Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound the great Womans Remedy for womans Ills k Those women who to accept anything are rewarded hundred thousand times what they want cure Moral Stick to medicine you Best write Mrs advice TIlE nUB this wish gratitude happiness Pinkhams Vegetable into suffered three years with pains menstruation until doctor pronounced inflammation ovaries operation felt weak sick could ordeal following week Vegetable Compound such so actually improved after bottles kept cured gained surely great success have North OO FORFEIT Lydia Irvin Warren George SaUIthcum Skin have been eiBcicnt frost bites Ciidjs just vermifuge food best New been any disease propess are sey GREAT bladder gravel emir lame back rheumatism bladder both women bladder bottle above Hall Box Send testimonials Sold READ Hall have used Great Discov bladder today have years gives There been ofany Po this this county and 200 more than must fuel doctor must record this whose letters were refuse else they THE taking signatures testimonlail theirabse1uL Tirner Halls town been Cheap Home in Texas and Arkansas Along the Cotton Belt Route land that can be bought for 2 to 5 an acre and upcut over timber ground that makes good grazing land furnishing range ten or eleyen months of the year farming land for corn wheat oats cotton some of it peculiarly adapted to quick growth and early vegetablesplums strawberries tomatoes potatoes onions cabbage melonsfinding good market in the north at fancy prices on account of excellence of quality and early maturity than in other sections An ideal place for the man of smallmeans cheap fuel cheap growingwintersa land of sunshine youliterature countryHomes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Mis souri Arkansas and N W Louisiana Through Texas with a Camera Fortunes Vegetables journalOnof each month the Cotton Belt Route will selloneway tickets from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to points in Arkansas Louisiana and Texas at half the one way tripticketsround trip plus 2 allowing stopover going and 21 days return limit For full information address E W LABEAUME GPTASt Louis Mo Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with dobilityter N II No remedy helped me un wliicldidcines I ever used They have also kept foryeoarasilldid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and invigorator tceak run down women No other medicine Trythemanteed by nil druggfsls im K dolDyspepsia Cure catTillsoffoodfalls to cqre ltallowsycuto eat mostsensItIytomachs thousands of dyspeptics have been IunequalledItPiratdosorellevesc b4POaretiTIe1botUecoutalns53 times Ute We For salt by Perry ThoaMw c Your 01d- Kentucky Home Weare not going to tell yon theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We do want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than in the west or Southwest Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis R R The Worlds Fair Line To the D stat SOtVeltst thirdTuesdaysto and including April 21st 1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G Pie A Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Kv IcArzrgenuineLaxativeTmnmlv that ri r n coll in one day Tie Bliias Jl a Tear QuickTime Southwesta e Via Chicago Rock Island Pacific R Rand the CO GRR i h I Jijo a On the first and tlurd Tuesday of December January February March and April tie IHJS both one way und round trip will be pild to points in Arkansas Colorado Kansas Nebraska Texas rind New ilexicp Indian and Oklahoma Territories at greatly jo duced rates TJieso tickets nre HHl iu ncttiifrf chair car seals fit ejoii iojij H85fbuii trams j If you are KolnixVegf Boiujiw i Northwest take ailvaitnK oKhHe ow rate meuLbletIaddress VV GJl A fp HOWAnDJOL T p A r 33 East Fourth Rt Cincinnati Ohio = 2o tit r in lots We J WE the in and You cant to a stove of any c cC by 20 PERCENT OF ON STOVES 11 YOurStovebought early carload therefore andthefreight ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tireat Majestic Rang Also Fischer Leaf Cooks Ranges afford buy description surecananoneHARDWARE OUR LINE O- FFarmifig Implements tEeonlyMade Right Is Right Runs Right I payyoupairing done promptly experienced workmen I4rbuckle Simmons PER CENT OFF ON STOVES BANKRUPT SALEAs Receiver in Bankruptcy of the E V Elder stock of Dry Goods and General Mer chandise I am now now closing out the en t tirestockofDry Goods Notions9 Cloithin Hats Boots Shoes etc AT COS- Te Now is time to buy before the stock is picked over t D M Chenault RECEI After The Rush of the Holiday Tra And the extraordinary patronage of our friends we still Alefti JewPry1DiamondsCut Glass Clocks etc We take pleasure in thanking our patrons for past favors and oc motto will ahvnvB bo Reliable Goods Fair Dealing d B t m p Victor BogaertMANUF- ACTURING JEWELER1ANQ IMPORTER 5f E MAIN ST LEXINGTON K Our Motto Reliable Goods FairPpolingr Bottom Price er ERECT FONM CORSETSare the only make in the world with particular and prto I models orevery possible build of figure By buying the I Form serr fiftYdiffertlltStyles L K gracefulcaetheErect Form 973 sad 701 For medium 6gurre5ltw E l t t vt IErectret 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