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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t TtlE RICHMOND CLIMAX F1E29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1903 NUMBER 41 I LOOKOUTpring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled itha new and complete line of the latest novelties in GinghamsPercals RugsOilDONT FAIL TO SEE OURA lothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices ae t te have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying a e tln Entire New Stock e 9 ye were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line t t e have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to over losses Call and inspect our stock and be convinced that we an save you money Our Motto is to please Very Respectflully lACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets he Racket StorelI 2Has laid in a complete stock of new Goods which is now offered to the Cash Trade Every useful article needed in the house can be foundon our shelves We thank our patrons for the favors of the past year and wish all a happy and prosperous new year 1 HE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery IX STREET RICHMOND K- YBig re Hill Coal Co jJ ORLANDO KY Shippers of lainAtnite Coall +++ + + + +++ + 4444 +4++ + ++ + 4++0 + + ++7 + + P t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary + JtJgrate without any attention f tiN4+40f4446 +4T0444444 + N4+4+ + N 4+ + N 1J Autumn Opening Sale oL FURNITUREGLargest lowest prices We offer you on Beds Bed Room Suits f ining Room ande g tchen Furniture A We guaranteed to save you money Wecordially invite our country friends 16 call make our store their headquarters W MmtM I r please Our success depends upon it and tjs rea ble at which useful is ffer andedCarpets in variety Our Picture Department is te Framing neatly done and the newest mpuldings always c cr- iedj1 SIJOPLIN One Day 13 RICHMOND KYNight M 4T Undertaking a S1VcialtyQ Ejlbalmer 1rEv n8Jr From a Hat A Louisville dispatch says that the police say they are in possession of information which leads them to believe that there is a suicide club whose members are compos ed of young boys and girls in the east end of that cjty Two girls who have died within that last year Agnes Moeller and Tracey Boerner are alleged to have been mem hers of the club according to the information that the po lice have received The sui tide club organized with a social organization of young people Ten of the boys and girls having been of melan choly turn of mind withdrew from the club and agreed to die olieat a time It is said that names areput into a hat and every six months there is a drawing Both of the girls are said to have carried out their agreement without flinching and at the time of the suicide one of which was by asphyxiation the other by poisonthey were dressed in their best gowns A member of the club who has since regrel ted entering the agree ment reported the fact of the clubs existence to the polioe who are having difficuly in finding out the facts Proverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment We will send you the penny i e a sample free Be sine that this picture in the form of k label is on the wrapper of every bottle o- fE1l you boy SCOTT Si BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl SLN Y 3eetulEAo H druggist THE OLD RELIABLE c O rA H AiciHPOVDER Absolutely Pure TIEIIE IS HI SUBSTITUTE BEN HUR COMING TO LOUISVILLE Southern Tour of the Famous Spectacle Limited to Four Cities Klaw Erlaugers stupend ous spectacle Ben Hur which is touring the South for a limited ofbfive weeks comes to Macau leys Theatre Louisville di rect from its present Mardi Gras triumph in New Orleans for one week only commenc ing Monday March 9th with matinees Wednesday and Sat urday The coming of this great spectacle is an event of greatest importance as every one in this community has long wished to witness the stage presentation of General Wallaces famous novel Spec ial accommodation and re duced rates will be offered on all roads between here and Louisville during the engage ment of Ben Hur Although Ben Hur is al ready well known here word regarding its massiveness will be of interest The pro duction which comes toLouis ville is the sameoriginalKlaw Erlangerorganization which was seen in Chicago and St Louis last year with the same cas scenery equipment hors es camels and ornate electrical effects There are a few bars of musicserving the same purpose as a voluntary before divine serviceand when the curtain rises it dis closes the illimitable waste of desert the tired camels the three wise men gathered from Greece from Egypt from Hindustan to greet the appearance of the star a fo cus of dazzling lustre His star proclaims his birth The play opens with His birth and closes with hosannas and re joicings over the last miracle he was to perform before his appointed end- Followingthe prelude comes the brilliantly colored picture of the house tops of Jerusalem the terrace of the palace of Hur Next is one of the great scenes of the playthe dim interior of the Roman galley ship the muscular grim visaged slaves tugging in rythmic motion at the oars Then the wreck with Ben Hur and his captain strug gling in the waves Then comes the most thrill ing and realistic effect ever presented on the stage the great chariot race A rum ble is heard in the background the hurrying clatter of horses hoofs and then the race is dis closed Two Roman chariots each drawn by four horses form the centre of the mate vellous picture The animals with far stretched necks and dilated nostrils run like mad urged on by the whips of the charioteersBen Hur and his enemy Messala The wheels of the chariots rum ole and sway now Ben Hur is ahead now Messalaf then Ben Hur and the race is ended The last scene is one of fit impressivelness Olivet where a great multi tude gather to greet the Npz arene and where tine Savior performs the miracle of cleansing the lepers Christ personality is never repre sented in the flesh but hut araYwhich is reflected by ashaflj J J I of pure white light from the halo over his head To present the maryellous spectacle no less than 350 people are required In the chariot race eight horses are keptiinThe advance sale of seats opens Thursday morning March 5that nine oclock Manager Macauley announces that all out of town orders if accompanied by cash or mon ey order will be filled before the regular box office sale opens More Riots nearlyof the system Overwork loss of sleep nervons tension will be followed by remedyisnothlrg so efficient to cure disorders of the liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine mill the greatest all around medicine for run down systems Itdispels nervousness rheumatism and JtermsOnlynil druggist tin The Earth Swallowed Him The experience of young Denny Tomlinson of the Hound Hollow section in Pu laski county the other night was most thrilling He was returning from church services at a late hour of the night and missed his pathway in the darkness Suddenly the earth seemed to open and swallow him After falling a distance of some 50 feet he found himself considerably bruised and bleeding at the tottom of one of the limestone caverns so numerous in that region Fortunately for him a 36 foot pole had been pre viously let into the hole for the purpose of rescuing dog fiat had met a similar mishap- s me years ago This he climbed to within 12 feet of the mouth of the aperature and by heroic efforts succeed el in cutting one byone foot holds into the rock and making his torturous way out of the middle of an awful fix He had fired many shots and called until he was voiceless lit hopes of bringing a res cuer before taking the des pirate chances of climbing out unaided He was in what was practically a living grave fCr over twelve hours which for a teenyearold youth was a decidedly thrilling adventure Record of The Past No Stronger Evidence Can be Produced Took well to their record What duty have done many times in years goie by is the best guarantee of future remits Any ono with a bad back any reitder suffering from urinary troubles from any kidneys ills will find in thb following evidence proof tint Teller and cut 3 is near at hand Mr G MMverg the well known shtemakerofWiuchesteravenue and 1416 street Ashland Ky says Doane Kljluoy Pills are like true friends the locirur you know them the better they art appreciated I can add nothing to the statement I first made in 1896 after I the remedy at tine Ventura D3fgOoand took a cOUrso of the treatment which cured me 1 was ab solutely free from all backache for near ly three years then I noticed a slight ache as the result of a cold in my back A box of Doan s Kidney rills disposed of t I have recommended this remedy io many and have nevei heard of oru who did not endorse the claims mails for it- Jjjoreale by nil dealers Price 50o FoI erMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole a4fiUfortheUS tID mter the name Doana and tat no substitute 1m ihe volume of water flow inibutof the south end of tb Simplon tunnel under the Al stis over 15000 gallons pe minute and furnishes ra Live power sufficient not on v to work the refrigerat inj apparatus whichcorn pr ss the air by dr Is use operated 1 Vr Condition of Wheat Satisfactory The weather bureaus monthly report on crop con ditions followsOn the whole winter wheat crop fared well in January 1903 the central and northern portions winter wheat belt being well protect ed by snow covering until the closing days of the month when much snow melted leav ing only the extreme northern districts with covering Jan uary 31 Over southern por tion of the winter wheat belt some damage resulted from alternate freezing and thaw ing but the crop apparently has not sustained serious in jury The rain fall through out winter in the wheat belt was heavier than usual Kansas is the only state which has reported needed moisture Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible couch set in besides Doctors treated him but he gew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Disovery for consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c and Trial bottles free 1m The Talking Turkey The turkey hasa note which signifies immediats danger overhead and this is differ ent from the sharp and rapid call that means imminent pe ril from something on the ground as a rat for example A hawk seen in the distance calls forth jet another cry A fourth note is of defiance a fifth of pain and a sixth of complaint or remonstrance as when the turkey is being driven When feeding in an open meadow a call is uttered different from that voiced in high wheretlthe flock is to be kept together There is a summons to call together scattered mem bers of the flock asocial note in a manner conversational is also peculiar and at night the turkeys on guard have a special signalEx Cures Cancer and Blood Poison If you have blood poison producing eruptions pimples ulcers swollen glands bumps and risings burning itch lug skin coppercolored spots or rash on the skin mucous patches in mouth or throat falling hair bone pains old rheumatism or foul catarrh take Bot anic Blood Balm It kills the poison in the blood soon all sores eruptions heal hard swellings subside aches and pains stop and a perfect cure is made of the worst cases of Blood Poison For cancer tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers persistent pimples of all kinds take n B B It destroys the cancer poison in the blood heals cancer of all kinds cures the worst humors or suppurating swellings Thousands cured by B B B after all else fails B B B composed of pure botanic ingredi ents Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stops the awful itching and all sharp shooting pains Thoroughly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per large bottle with com directions for home cure Sam BloodBalmle and free medical advice also sent in sealed letter 1m Courts Making Appropriation President A Y Ford of the Kentucky Exhibit Asso ciation continues to receive encouraging reports from county committees which have been asked to take up with their Fiscal Courts the matter of an appropriation It is quite certain now that a large majority of the courts look favorably upon the prop osition As theappropriations from counties will in all cases be for needed exploitation and expenses incurred in fur nishing and advertising the county products and resources in conjunction with the whole state exhibit no objec tion can be raised Garfield JohnSon Silas Smithand Bennie Smith three juvenile crap shooters aged thirteen and fourteen years were arraigned before County Judge Stout at Versailles The additional charge was preferred against Johnson of knocking Silas Smith sense less with a rock The Judge fined Johnson 10 and costs and gave the Smith brothers the option of paying a fine or being soundly flogged They chose the whipping The Simplon tunnel which is being driven through the Alps at their base between France and Italy is costing almost a million dollars a mile Ten of its fourteen miles are completed The length of the St Gotthard tunnel is nine miles and of the Mont Cenis seven m- ileslii = OPENING = A r OPENING AT THE DAYS BUSY BEE GASH STORE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY March 6 and 7- WDOLDHAM co BUSY BEE CASH STORE MEATS MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Jaatary zo tom MEAT MALT CO Lonisrilk Ky- CentlemenHnlnsrenminedrourleatand Malt acqua with Its composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorate digestion and is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE It D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Louisville IC Id like to be a boy again without a woe or care with freckles scattered oer my face and hay seed in my hair Id like to rise at four oclock and do a hundred chores and saw the wood and feed the hogs and open the stable doors and herd the hens and watch the bees and take the mules to drink and teach the turkeys how to swim so they will neyer sink and milk a dozen cows and bring in wood toburn and standout in the sun all day and churn and churn and wear my brothers cast off clothes and walk about four miles to school and get a lickiug ever day for breaking some old rule and then get home again at night and do the chores once more and milk the cow and feed the hogs and curry the mules a score and then crawl wear ily up the stairs and seek my little bed and hear dad say That worthless boy he dosnt earn his bread Id like to be a boy again a boy has so much fun his life is just one round of mirth from rise to set of sun I think theres nothing pleasanter than closing stable doors and herding hens and chasing bees and doing evening choresFarm and Field George F Bailey of New York aged 84 once a partner of P T Barnum the great circus man it dead of paraly sis Bailey is accredited with being the originator of the Cardiff Giant and Cobra do ummyI MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row II And Buys iK i rc f crS3 SKINS7 c m II For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago L isBlantori DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30 tvPhone 85 t MRS L S ADAMS 01 Galveston Texiuu bleuingtoseven with weakness and buro- Ingdown and having tried sev oral doctors and different remedies with no succor your Wine of Cardul was the only thing which helped me andeventually cured me It to strengthenthe By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of these ailments that women have You can cure yourself at home with this great womens remedy wine of C i Wine of has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit Why not to well today ft All druggists have 100 bottles For any liver or bowel disorder Thedfords BlackDraught should be used- rorsdvlee nd1UtrtbrreaddRM cfting Symptoms TtivlJuUes oT Depsrt- m Tile ChrtIDoop IedIdDe C Term WINECARDUi Louisville Atlantic SataJ t DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND Ior 60autdland Cincinnati For Irvine M an pmIjTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From 11154amClnclnnatl penFromllillera O M BROWNING Gen Mgr ICyRRlchmota Ey GEESE WANTED 100 carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons- J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky ++tCALL AT++ ++ JONES MERSHOlt SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and mcst refreshing of drinks that can be found- dispensedbyupto dating cle rs fjenalne Saratoxs Water Kept on Tap iS1 Phone 3 Second St THE UMAI SI rear I he Richmond Climax J OHBNAULT President A cut3TWEDNESDAY MAR 4 1903 roxLlsuxDcvEKy WEDNESDAY BY Tfcs JIncorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE RON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON VBAITirS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHERj Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITESt Announcements We are authorized to announce F J PER soIldhonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C QRIGadas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sublect to the action of the Demo cratic party Ion COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE We are authorized to announce the name ncanilkiateSIlPrtaryn IT is devoutly to be wished that the fiscal court will do something during this session in regard to the public roads of the county Many com plaints have come up during the winter over the condition of the turnpikes and notafew bufarmerssire to return to the toll sys torn All who are accustomed to travel over these roads seem to be of the opinion that ontmreless something is done to savto them right away Tine famous Potter case in New YOIk has been settled Potter who was a union paint el at Schnectady refused to rsign from the militia when ocOdICiunion then attempted to strike Irs name from the roll but he brought legal proceedings to p event it1The union has finally given up the struggle and Potter will remain in the militia Thus it will be seen that a labor union has not abs lute control of its members THE Democratic party is split wide open screams the ILuisvil1eletters The wish is father to the thought The paper that flaunts the lying state ment that it is a Democratic wspaper would like to seethe party split wide open bub it vi ill be disappointed The AIaperCon campaign funds tries very hard to make its masters think they are gettingtheir moneys worth Lexington Democrat THOMAS JEFFERSON con cealed the date of his birth Int order to prevent its celebration If George Washington Abe Lincoln and others h t4a len as thoughtflwe poor folks would have been spared the envy of seeing the bankers and government employes take a holiday on their account Lexington Democrat CJIBrowerCoI j LEXINGTON KY The Sweeping Reduction we are making in Furniture Carpets DraperiesWall Wood Mantels Has been favorably com ineiited by all who have taken advantage of this sale And this oppor tunit TreatJhighJydreds of our customers Neverhave offered such reliable goods at such prices It will be a great Money Saving to you to visit our store during this sale CFfceilCo WAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Iysell t jt KNAPP the Cincinnati mur derer seems to derive much pleasure from blooding rdling confessions as he formerly did in taking the lives of his victims ANOTHER inventor claims have solved the mystery of rpetual motion Of course lives in Lexington THIS morning it is Senator James B McCreary and Sen ator William J Stone of ftjiad iso orcnCandidate For Slate Auditor Mayfield MessengerIIf there ever was a man peohispie it Is Mr Jno B Chenault lo of ono f the best families in the tte and from hs boyhood was taught that one honest man was as good as another be he rich or poor Ho was givena collegiate education which is important in filling the position ch he is asking at the hands of the people lie was Riven a trained business education without which it is im spposIbIeThe Auditors office is not what it wa liEstimes greater and more compinilotO unless n man comes e standard of its class of trained bus nees men ho has no business being at the head of this important office Mr Chenault during his public life has always so lived and conducted himself as to remain free Irom com biuin alliances the very thins that has destroyed the nsefulnees of so many promising young metiolFour j ears ago he was the contend inc candidate for Auditor but was de fea fetma strabOngcStHe sta shndmerit and qualification and not stutiltolym otion He has always been thabideWhen its constituted authorities sp theakmurmur and has always been and is willing to abide by its results A State primary has been called fur the purpose of nominating State candi dates like a loyal Democrat he will ingly submits his claims to every Dem ratic voter in the Coroinonwealth an lojChenault he would be SYHe is one of the best mixers and most congenial gentlemen that ever offered his services upon the altar of his country and we believe long before the day set for the primary election the people will learn enough of him to se lect him as their standard bearer for this officevWo dont ask the people of Western Kentucky to take what we say concern ing the merit and fitness of this popular gantleman for the important office 1o Auditor but werefer them to the section of the State where ho is best known There they will find him eb a popular capable business man with a solid democratic vote behind himLet every Democrat in this end of Kei lucky assist in giving Mr Chen ault this nomination t The Grand Opera House Barlow Wilsons New York minstrels at the Grand Opera House next Saturday March 7 Prices for this en gagement 2ii1 60 75 Performance commences at 845 p in A well pleased audience was in Green Dyhelow combination Tney are always popular in Columbus and they BUS t zighigltelassrepertoire Included many new soni and the wit and the jokes of the company kept the audience in a good hu mor for two hours and a half The company includes several stars The specialty work of Barlow and Wilson was especially good It is one of tilt best minstrel companies on the road and as good as will be seen hero this year Columbus 0 State Journal He found ills Ham ityMondayvisit here since August 30 862 At that time he was a captain in a Ten rlySittithover the mountains they had lived for a week or more on green corn and whatever they could pickup so that when they reached this county they gettinAlight began at Big Hill and finally in the afternoon Gen Smith reached this city Gen Manson was defeated and about three thousand of his men were taken These prisoners were cor raled in the court house yard and the Tennessee captain was among the offi cera detailed to guard them In the cupturedham a ecu for many a day This ham he gave guardinglor him but an hour later when he called for it lie found that it had been stolen The man had set it just inside the gate and a Yankee had appropria ted it In 1894 the captain said lit was traveling in Washington State and while at Olympia he met lawyer who had been a member of an Indiana regiment They began exchanging ex theYankeefrom a southern officer just after the battle of Richmond And you ought to have seen his face when he found his ham wits gone said he You tbeiving rascal hand over my ham the captain remarked when the In dianian had finished his story He had no trouble in proving that ho was real ly the owner of the ham so they repaired to the best lintel in the city where the gentleman from Indiana paid for the dinner Both took ham lIows his flewardnot CureF O FJalllJusiness madebyWest Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlng Kiunan MarvinWholesale druggists Toledo Ohio InternallysysfenTestimonialsbottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Mr W B Green sold Monday to v A Parlay of London his yearling ascol Tobe Ellieton sire by Tom COY tofl for 350 From The Commoner t mind that ti dastth alleirmerely pull them aresahl to fatten on Eabankbankers have done the same thing The President has just opened a can nin g exposition Practicing upon the work ot preserving the negro vote forth f ClChicagohestra With neither the Thomas orc Ch reicagoplace t may be that J P Morgan based objection on the ground that it was unconstitutional to assess water VALLEY VIEWSt From the Argent Tho sawmills are running full blast William G Wolf was over from Nicholasvilla Sunday Ernest Nortbcutt of Nicholasville stoentRiMrs room with rhtcumatisnilatswell dance was enjoyed at Bache s Hall last Saturday night Green R Lyons was a winner in a guessing contest on the amount of revenue paid on tobacco and cigars He received5 and fifty cigarsanThe car load of coal which reached here Monday the first for sale since the cold spell began went like wild fire wagon loads baskets sacks hndany d way to get coal The roads are in a horrible shape Kentucky dirt roads are distinctive ature of Kentucky With the best road materials on earth and in great undance with easy grades obtainable should we endure such make ifts And echo answers why J L Fuller who recently sold his ock of mcrchaudiso to the Kentucky River Poplar Company has purchased e stock of goods of Reagan Ham denton this county and will locate ere IRVINE Mr W F Stafford the popular pas praachimouth Misses Judith Tudcr and Lorrol Mar we were on the sick list last weekIMr and Mrs Thomas of Estill prings are visiting in Lexington Miss Maud Miller formerly of Irvine has accepted n position as bookkeeper at Jacksonville Fla Miss Bessie Riddcll will leave soon for Richmond to visit Mrs Neal Bennett Mrs Harry Milward who has been her parents Mr and Mrs Dav id Bergman has returned to her home in Lexington While here Mr and Mrs Charles Chess gave a Flinch party in her honor and Mr and Mrs liobt Bergman entertained atdiuner Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham of Maui son are the guests of Mrs Oldhatus mother Mrs W T B Williams Mrs I T West has returned to her home in Frankfort after spendin the winter with her daughter Mrs Robert BergmanCards received hero announc ing the marriage of Miss Marie Metcalfe ta MrJ S Carter of Louisville on t Erhevine havinc frequently been a visitor of Mrs Thomas Williams The ladies of the Christian church gave a most enjoyable oyster supper at the Tudor hotel last month Quite a nice sum was realized which will be spent for a new organ for the church Mrs C L Tnggart and children spent last Sunday with Mr Taggart at Valley View viaBMr Harvey McDowell a P resbyter ian minister has moved to Irvine and will preach the second and fourth Sun day in the month He has rooms at Dr Hords YMCANotesBe- ginning with Sunday March 8 Rev Wm Crowe of Frankfort will give a series ot Bible studies to men in the Association rooms The studies will be from the hook of Matthew and will be practical and helpful Every man who possibly can should plan to attend as many of these meetings as possible Kirksville Association elected the following officers Free Prof J B SecrestjVice President G B Shop herd Secretary E Frank Fowler Treasurer N B Coy Sr They start with good interest and give promise of being a factor for the good of theyouug men of that seclion- Subscriptions to periodicals for the Richmond Association have been reo newed and some new cues added for this year The use of the reading rooms has increased in a marked degree the last few mouths Cecilian Club Notes On February 25 the Cecilian Club held a delightful meeting with Miss Laura Bright The weather proving auspicious there was a good number present including several guests The subject to be considered was Modern Composers France The program LlsonJerarendered followed Luckstons Lullaby sung by Miss Carlisle Chenault Mrs W S Oldhams paper on French Composers was interesting and included Ilk etches of St Salns Oo nod Bizet Massenet Cbaminade Goddard and sangTellnod and gave as un encore Four Leaf Glover Mrs A D Miller gave o piano selection from II Trovatore and thodaycountry The club was glad to welcome Mrs tf B Hanger who sang in her inimi table way A May Morning by Ben zu and Nevins Mighty Lak a Rose The program closed with the club discussion Musical France led by Mrs busineEsniepting Ifiddjeton Wednesday March n at two oclock p ra followed by the usual open session Working Overtime thosetiworkUIiealacbearUl y2W 4++ + + 4+ + t+ + + t+ 4 + + it a SPECIAL f 1 +4++++++ + + + + +++t-I Don foiget the beautitul operetta of Red Riding Hood at the Grand Mon night Parents and children and will bo delighted Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones sily cured Doans Ointment never ls Instant relief permanent cure At any drub store 50s D B Shackelford Co have con tra cted with the Miller R F Co fore sale of their Ranges in Madison unty tf A dose In time saves lives Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures medy for coughs colds pulmonary di nses of every sort ha- L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats ps tho Cough and Works off tho Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents rot Rent Our Store house 101x18 ft Two rys and basement 208 Main Etrees chmond Ky Very best location In y suitable for any kind of business ely remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from tho times we putout the first one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call d examine it anti we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 26 4m Arbuckle Sum- monsGRAND ONE NIGHT ONLY saturdayMarch 7 Barlow Wilson Greater New York Minstrels40 Forty People40 10Ten Big ActslOc Comedians Singers Dancers Swellest Street Parade Midstreldom at noono Performance starts at 845 rsJ Seats r 25 50 and 75c IOn Sale rl TRAiNSTO rLORIDA Florida Limited Chica go and Florida Special Superb Pullman Serv ice without change from Chicago Indian apolis Cincinnatiand Louisville to Jackson ville and St Augustine Oa 5okctt- a B8o axvd Qvxeexv ese These trains are the Finest 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 etc ad dress any agent of the Southern railway or KyCLouisville LouisH PublicSaleAs Jerry atPuhlicerly on Muddy creek in Madison coun ty Ky beginning at 10 oclock on Tuesday Marcli 10 03 the propertyOne 174 acres more Oldhrmfarmdwellingand liQmeplace inbluefirstdasstwolargetuildings Both farms are in good condition very fertile well watered and delightfully located onthreeanti onethird in nine and onethird in eighteen months Notes to be executed for deferred payments with good dayofgivenInthe forgoing farms will first be offered Leindicatedsold in the mancer bringing the moat money wewillproperty 31hienilofsheeptwoyearoldmule 1 harness mare and 1 brood mare nndhayhold and kitchen furniture dayofEcoAtoDbaIwOj feb iSlit Executors jj 7 tj oikoTtis directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or proportionsWholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter procuredwith the greatest care and has always given perfect Oystersp We also with 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 DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond II you love your wife buy her a pas range Range is sold at 2 down and per month till paid for Gas is cheaper than coal No dirt no heat no smoke A gas range settles tha cook problem- A gas arc lamp will give you 700 candle power light for 2 eta per hourIWe will put these lamps in on satisfaction guaranteed RICHMOND W TEn LIGHT Co A household necessitDr Thomas Electric Oil heals bunts cuts wounds f any sort cures sore throat croup asthma never fails 1m Corm Wactel We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels f corn nUn Alf UENNETT BKO We see that D B ijhackelford Cos customers have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Military Land Warrants 500 pail persons tolling who has one whether I buy or not H K Kelley feb 11lm Kansas City Mo Dr Hobson dentist next doe to Government building tf RiehmondjKy CATITO CUSS A COLD X1T ONE Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Meat dishes 10 cents each i one half gallon buckets 5 cents each i coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg SI owe c y whole life to Burdock BlOod Bitters scrofulous sores cov ered my body seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Charles Hutton Ber ville Mich 1m and Feed IWe 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 goods in any quantity desired at lowest prices We handle both the Jellico and Kentucky Coals Prompt service full weight Give ua a call Coal Co IIBeattyville lAN Mgr nov 263mo Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel Barnes deceased must file same property verified on or before March 15 or be barred All persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate are requested to settle Mns LIZZIE BARNES feb 18 It Administratrix OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poser You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs lOOper gallon 10 hOllIes 5 II 5 ings 2 60 5II bottles 3 2I IIjUAs 52 jo Orders promptly filled PropOldMcBrnj er novlvr Anderson county Ky MORE BUSINESSThe East Tennessee Telephone Company issued statement ol its business for month of January 1003 and the growh is shown as follows 14107Number 4E6Net 245 Total number subscribers January 31 1903 14352 LLISTON MILL Merchant and Toll Mills Flour Feed and Shipstuff at the lowest prices Brands ICoal CO Eliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Muddy Creek French Burr Water MeaL Your Trade Solicited Elliston Mill Company WACO KY A Few Pacts Spriag is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line o- fShirtwaist Goods ofEtaminesandSiIksWhite jbJSOKI Corner Main and Second t1t1UmPhFCYS Having bought Higgins Ellis Grrocery and am put ting inf fresh stockevery jday I iordially invite you tocalLs r l I 1v l M l1 urnphreys IPI1 ONE NO3l JI rc 1z J jil r fji L n ao cic5 LUa SI T IlVoP LUGILE PETTICAOTS This season we sell safe in wshownhaseverthlprettincss thesamekET fOR fWN EYES BE THE JUDGE r OWEN McKEETUCKyl Cor Alain and First RICHMOND J J L LADIES Made of puler yarn spendid weight front 25 cents each Oneita gloe fitting Union Suits Childrens Misses and Boys Union Infants Vests and Wrappers 18 Childrens Casimere Hose in pink Call in and see our extensive line of Ic Rtl2 O9 clock M I We will begin our Great Sweepout Sale t This is the third Sale of this kind during the history of our business and people who have taken cI UNION OWEN McKEESUITS GREAT SWEEPOUT sIAi BEGINNINGI Advantage These Salesunderstand what they mean These Sales do not occur every month but every two or three years r c = I Dont Miss The OpportunityQ Everything in Goods go in this Sale See Our Prices CFJ c f of Falland Winter trJ Buells 5 00 Bootees 3 95 400 325 Mens 5 00 Shoes all kinds 3 95 f 4 00II II 3 J5- II 3 50II II s 2 95 II 3 00II U U 265 U 250 u i 215 II 2 00 44 If I 65 41J 5U tt tti I 20 1 25 ii v 1 95 Ladies 4 00 Shoes 3 J5 41 3 50 2 95 4 3 0044 CexceptOueemQuality 2 65 i II 2 50II 2 J5 200 165 JJ 50 44 J 20 U J 25 95 II Prices on Misses and Childrens Shoes cut in proportion to Jj above prices Greatreduction on Hats and Underwear = II See Our Counterof Mens 3t 4 and 5 Shoes for ltl50 and2t and many other bargains just as goode I This Sale Will Close Positively oh dlel 28th of February 1903 t tt I R1QE ARNOLDMain St JRI3HMOND9 KY Iiere rwoT standingline of uggies Carriages Surries and Road Wagonsf- rom the cheapest to the best Come and see them and get our prices Repairing Painting Horse shoeing by competent workmen We guarantee to please Give us a tria- lkc eaTTal1 DOr sNY fo9PHONrasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 1- E3FRESH rocenes AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour he Richmond Climax EDSESDAY MAR 4 1903 Buy you girl a shower stick if L E Lane pmt forget King Cole March 13 id 14 Danville recently suffered a f6000 e Pm H Breck fire Life and Ac dcj t insurance mar 4 4t liMe you had mumps If not how ivijou escaped Majestic Ranges M Arbuckle Simmons King Cole promises to be ex eilml flue You must be sure to en Tiont fail to hear Black Pattie th Grand Opera House on next ieuay night All the children will enjoy seeing e wolf in Red Riding Hood next oidar niirht at the Grand The Ladies Aid Society will meet is afternoon at 3 oclock in the lect e room of the First Presbyterian iuclillemembertlio entertainment tomor w night for the benefit of the Elks te Steorra Specialty Co will be the traction The Sherman Comedy Company tU Miss Juno Barrettas leading lady the attraction at the New Opera of this week Mr and Mis Harry Scrivner who ivn been occupying rooms in the Gar itt House for several months past ovrd last Saturday to a cottage on raiiut street A commutes of Kentucky Elks is session in Frankfort today the ob it of their meeting being to set a me for their annual reunion which t be held in LexingtonV fJmt over look the advertisement E C L C Broaddns executors of e state oi the late Jerre 15 road JUP is will be one of the largest sales er heM in Madison county Come and see the heaviest the stand the most complete Range in- marketThe Miller You will find eiity ol them that have been in use this city fur fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Tie Gamut Hotel has recently ieatd and can accommodate the pub iwiih lodging and meals Readona e atis Would appreciate your pa rag Respectfully mar 4 3m R G Engle Proprietor Tjif operetta of Red Riding IIo nJ III given next Monday night at the rand Opera House by tbs children Madison Institute promises to be an usually attractive affair It is one tlp prettiest operettas ever writtenI- I those who hear it will bt highly itertained The Miller Range people tell us if customer telephones us they 010 not ketlf Miller Range for us to scud a il for it and refund the money fore are guaranteed from end to endtf p1 B Sbackelford fc Co Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobsou for Mayor ly Dan Breck will Insure your city or county propertyfire lightning and cyclones mar 4 4t Mr FJ Yeagers new cottage on Glyndon Avenue is nearing comple tion and is quite an addition to that street At Shelbyville Ky Mrs J R Shipman gave her nine year old daughter strychnine by mistake for headache powders The child died in agony Tho rescue of Red Riding Hood and the killlngof the wolf is quite an exciting one to the children Dont fail to see it Monday night at the Grand Mrs John Cunningham as guardian of Nannie Clay has rented the Bourbon farm of Mrs Estelle Chenault Clay deceased to Mr Grigsby for f5 per acre It is mostly grass land The Pike Theatre in Cincinnati together with a number of other build jogs was burned last week making one of the largest and most disastrous time fires that city has experienced for some The Madison Land and Mineral Company has been incorporated with a capital stock of 5250000 Pittsburg parties are acting M agents and dispos ing of the stock This company owns several hundred acres of the richest oil and uflncrhl land in eastern Kenl tucky If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come and take it out as the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory wo will occurencl1I Were the curtail of time rolled back and the performer of twentyfive years ago to appear on the scene what a revelation would last nights performance have been to him How he would have wondered at the simplicity of ar rancementK of his day and the mag nificence of the drapery of the present when a little burnt cork and a banjo constituted a performer while now it requires all the present jrandue of a colossal attraction like Barlow and Wilsons Minstrels to satisfy tho public Every aggregation has its stars but none cast their rays brighter than do Barlow and Wilsons magnificent aggregation of star performer New Orleans Daily Picayune Notice Next Tuesday will be Association day at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary instead of the regular day yesterday The directors will meet tomorrow For Sale House and lot on Lancaster Avenue For particulars enquire of tr G G Corzolius Hotel Glyndon Masonic Degrees On last Thursday night Rev Hugh McLellan and Dr Davis were initiated into the Royal Arch degree of Masonry On last Tuesday night Rev H G Turner was made a Master Mason for Sale Having sold my livery business I have two no 1 work mules for sale pri vately Lyman Parrish mar 4 4t Cor T and Irvine St Estray A black hog weight 300 poun Is came to my house onn month ago Owner can have sameNby proving and paying charges E H Wager Panola Ky Franchise Extended The Clark county court has extend ed the limit of time for the Interurban line to begin work This extension of time has now been made by all tin counties through which this road will run An Unusual Occcrencc It is something unusual to hear of lightning in the winter time but such is sometimes the case During storm on last Saturday the telephone ox change at Lancaster was struck by lightning cilia considerably damaged also the Christian church and residence of Mr W H Kinnard were slightly damaged i yeatherage Co A SEEDS II Seeds IIV All kinds of Seeds In fact we are rather SeedyJ So if you want to buy anything in the r f SEEDD j be sure and call on E Deatherage Co and he willV treat you right although you may get a few hayseed tJ in your hair E Deatherage Co J Ii A Striking Resemblance Mondays Cincinnati TiraeStar con tained a picture of Mr Frank L Rist which would easily pass ford photo of our popular townsman jfr James betweentheattention of several Inspection Costs Nothing 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 wqalwayseating to show and Inspection costs nothing tf L E LANE 5tnKflgit Rich oValleyin three producing oil welts on Hard wicks Creek in Powell county and is now drilling two more FrQm all accounts the doctor has struck it rich for which his numerous friends are very glad New Ledge to Be Instituted The members of Madison Lodge No 111 0 0 F will go to Taint Lick to nightto institute a new lodge of that order at that place The now lodge has agood number ot charter members including the best citizens of Paint Lick and the surrounding country It prospectsforUectd Secretary At the last meeting of the Richmond Lodge Mr Thomas Collins the well known young attorney was elected secretary of the Richmond Elks Fair for the coming season Mr Collins is a everylitidywithout saying that under his direction the fair will be well managed headquarters in Lexington Hon John B Chonault Madison coiintys candidate fcr the office of State Auditor has opened up lilt headquarters in Lexington timid is mak lug n vigorous fiiht In his hrad qimrterd mire to be found such valiant leaders as lieu Luke 0 Norman JudgeFrankley Sales of Gty Properly George II Myers toll his residence on North street Monday to Mr Jon E Baldwin for a consideration of2SOO Mrs Gtoive M Willging will shortlj begIn to erect a nice residence on North street Mr Geore G Corzolius bought of Mrs R 13 Little her handsome home on Lancaster avenue last week Price private Fatal Accident A shocking accident in whichTommy Covjngton the twelveyearold son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Covington was fatally injured occurred at Valley View Thursday morning He with a number of boys about the same age was on a wagon when the team run under a tramway in the lumber yards The little fellow was knocked oil the wagon breaking his leg and otherwise injuring him He died bout throe hours haterV Gocd News It will be a source of great pleasure to the public here to know that Rev E L Powell of Louisville will deliver his noted lecture Christian Citizenship here on March 10 This will be under the auspices of the lodge of Elks and will be a splendid treat Rev Powell is too well known hero to need any introduction as he has H number of limes been before Richmond audiences and his popularity is already established in this place as elsewhere We predict an immense crowd will be out to greet this talented speaker Mr Embrys Will The will of Taiton Embrvi the well known livestock healer of Louisville who died recently has been probated in the Jefferson county court Teach of his four Sons Joel J G Wallace Henry F and Talton Embry he leaves onesixth of his estate Another sixth goes to the three children of his deceased daughter Mary Heath and another to the three children of the late John B Embry G Wallace Drabiy is appointed as executor of the will and trustee of the minor beneficia rica The instrument is dated April 18 1902 A God Show Weary Willie Walker at the New Opera House on last Thursday night was a first class show The company was unusually strong and the plot was excellently carried out Mies Zea Matthews as Vixie Travers was fine as was the character of Veary Willie as protrayeil by Mr Ingrahm Mas ter Eddie Burn 110 wonderful boy ten or carried the audience by storm He aud Miss Matthews were forced to re spond to numerous encores and even then all seemed loath to have them quit Messrs Wiggins were very ior tunate in securing this company and all present went away feeling that they had had a treat Ben Hut at Loulsrilie Klaw Erlan ers stupendous spec tacle UDen Hur which is touring the South for limited engagement of five weeks comes to Macau leys Louisville direct frtin the Ulardi Gras triumph in New Orleans for one week only com mencing March 0 There will be matinees Wednesday and Saturday The coming of this great spectacle is an event of the greatest importance as everyone in this community limes long wished to see the stage presentation of General Wallace great novel Spec ial accommodation atif reduced rates are offered on all railroads between here and Louisville during the en cagement See more extended notice on first page in todays CLIMAX Paper ror Fanners 1 The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of Its character in the central portion of tie State It is easily the leading paper of its kind published in Kentucky and for il short time the subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per year or on trialljthree mouths for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday ned contains ablerlited departments for agricultuiists stockmen and raisers of poultry Mrs R A Owen is utnonc thp contributors to the poultry department She is the beet authority on poultryraisingr the Sojuli and her articles alone tire worth the full sub scription price of the paper Write for a sample copy Address The Kentucky Farmer Danville Kentucky Uyaspecial irranpement the Ken tucky Farmer amid the CLISIAX will both be sent ousi year for S13P This price is for old as well as new subscrib ers when payment is made In advance Address all orders to the GUJIAX Richmond Kentucky Icccrponted Articles of incorporation were filed ii lawFrlgrocers of this city The capita stock of the company is 11000 soc KelloggJohn Sit on Their lUuachsIA herd of on stock farm of Win L Graddy near Versailles has been attracting consid erable interest by their peculiar habit of sitting upright on their haunches like dogs a timing that is almost ur heard of among bovines When Mr Uraddy wrote of this peculiar trait of his herd Jo some prominent cattle breeders in other States they ridiculed the assertion and so he had a photo graph taker verifying lib statement Jessamine Journal Farm Sola Senator McCreary sold his farm of 746 acres in Faretto county to John T Hughes of Lexington the price be- Ing 45000 Twentyfive or thirty years ago this farm was the most cele brated in Kentucky as the home of the choicest bred Shorthorns Only one herd of Shorthorns was equal to the LyViliiamnwas scattered at a dispersal stile but the Warfield herd remains intact Bj this purchase Mr Hughes becomes the master of about fifteen hundred acres of fine bluegrass land including the splendid farm lie already owned For Cojnabsoner of Agriculture The announcement Dt Hon T T Hedger candidate for the office of CommisViouer of Agriculture appears in todays CLIMAX Mr Hedger is a practical and active larmer and promi sell if elected to use the office to the best interests of the farmers of thj State He has twice been elected sheriff of his county and for four years has served ou the State Central Committee representing the Seventh dis trict lie asks the Democrats of Mud ison county to consider his claims before cowing to a final decision in thib matter The Giant Mule A farmer from neighboring county writing in the Farmer Home Journal lust week claimed to have the largest mule in this State This inue it is said measured seventeen hands and one inch Mr Harvey Iuuglae of I hit city teeing this article hit his hip mule brought out which he claims is the largest nmle in the country A committee of three were selected to take the mules measure and his height was found to be 181 hands by the standard Mr Douglas will not make any bets on his mule but lie says if any utah in Kentucky can beat it lie will not say mule again as long as he lives A Nigh Compliment The Youngstonn Vindicator contained a lengthy notice qf a farewell reception which had been tendered Rev Win Ross Lloyd who has been pastor of the Christian church at that place for the past two years Lack of space prevents our publishing the full ac count since it would undoubtedly interest numerous friends hero where Rev Lloyd and his estimable family formerly resided he bern pllstor of the First Christian church at this place He is soon to leave Youngstown for Newport Ky where ho will conduct a series of meetings and later will take up work with the American Mission ary Society This reception shows heldjiButpurse was to his congregation Rev Lloyds friends here will wish him much success in his now field Beat ills Wife James Humphrey who lives near the mouth of Paint Lick in this coun ty was arrested at Nicholasville last week on a warrant charging him with attacking and wounding his wife with a chair lIe was brought to this city and placed III jail His examining tiial was held in the county court Saturday Malwilenot be prosecuted On the strengthof this the court fined Humphrey 2 50 and costs which he promptly paid Tho trouble between Humphrey and his wife is said to have started some time ago He tried to induce her to join him in making a deed to a peice of land which he wished to sell but was unable to persuade her that it was a wise move One night last week he became so infuriated at her refusal that he attacked her with a chair Inflicting serious injuries Considered a Fixture Tho Louisville Times of Saturday contained the following concerning Mr Frank Root who will assume the leading role in Old King Cole which will be presented here on March 18 Mr Frank Root who made such a big hit in Calisaya has been identi fied with amateur theatricals in Louis yule so long that many people look upon him as a stage fixture He is not only a clever comedian but a talented musician He can sing well play the cornet admirably and make himself generally diverting in any old way Since his big success in Calisaya many of Mr Roots friends have urged him to adopt the stage as a profession ant bo is seriously considering the matter The question of Mr Roots age is occupying the interest of his atk mirers Some assume that he is a vonngold man while his friends say he is an oldyoung man Mr Root himself modestly confesses to twenty two years Land and Stock Sales Lyman Parrish sold n good work mule to Georgetown parties for 135 John Shearer of White Hall soIl one twoyearold mule Nicholasville parties for140VRichard Alexander of Garrard last year bought ajot ofliogs for S41 After one years feeding he sold out the bunch a few days ago for about 400 A number ef good horses from thlj county have been entered in the Tranif terKenney March sale Among then are Mat CohensMIsa Otis Robert Wall kers Egan and two Haxhall colts bt1f longing to Sid Taylor of Million Five farms belonging to time F Mjj Ewing eslate Mt Sterling were sol Wednesday as follower The Hamlltoi farm of 304 acres weB sold to Josh Ovi hugs at 10325 time Grubbs place of 321 acres to R OGatewooU atSSSthe Lafc place of 106 acres to L C lUddell i6nn acre time Harper place pt 13 acres to J T McCormick at the Howard place of 115 acres iatewoodntSOI25 The total Hanj 127 acres for na aggregate of =I A Warm Subject A western editor announced that he would write an article on Hell and who will be there Since then he has received letters from four lawyers a banker two hotel men a barber and stoptheirhe should mention any names Must Pay License or go to JaiL About two weeks ago twentyone j lawyers practicing at the Lexington bar were summoned before the police Court to show cause why they should not be made to pay license They refused to appear and the matter has re mained in abeyance Thursday after noon City Prosecutor iso C Morgan caused warrants to be issued for each upon which they were arrested and gave bond fur their appearance If the law imposing time tax is held good they must eitlit r pay now or go to jail New Tile Factory A new tile factory is to be started at M berly in the near future and promises to be oneof time leading industrial enterprises oi the county The com piny has been incorporrted under the name of the Moberly Tile Manufactur ing Co and the capital stock is 5000 The incorporators are Messrs 0 Wand B M Stagner Wilson Tate Geo Webber and T I Smith Mr Tate was in the city last week purchasing ma chinery for the factory which will be put in at once The new factory will be ready to start about May At Home The friends of Mr E N Fuqua manager of the Richmond Telephone Company are glad to welcome him back again after a two months vaca tion The vacation was rather a surprise to Mr Fuqua as he did not know what it meant until it was over In December he was notified that Mr Smith of Lexington would take Ibis place here and that he must wait for orders lie went to his old home in Lebanon Tenn expecting every day to be assigned to duly and last week he was informed that his vacation was over It was quite an unusnal oomph ment and shows how the company appreciates the services of the popular manager Mr P- oW Smith who has hail chaige of the office during Mr Fuqnas nbwnco has been returned to Lexington A Tongneless tow A cow without a tongiiu is a teal freak and theie are many whom it would be hard to convince that such a thing ould bts However Mr hiln Alexander of Waco onus a tongiit less cow and although shu was deprived of tho member u week ago she is still in good condition and bids fair to live to an advanced age Many persons have visited Mr Alexanders farm since it became known that his fayorite cow had lost her tongue and all looked on her suffering with pity and wonder Ot course the first question we asked wits how could a cow ever lose her tongue It was explained this way Mr Alexander has a vicious horse which he kept in a stall adjoining that of the cnv The same trough runs through both stalls and the partition is partly broken out so the cow could run her ncse through into the horses trough It is Thought that when the cow finished eating her corn she reached in and began licking up tho grains that had been pushed through into the eud of the trough next to the horse and then the vicious animal made a bite at her and got her tongue At any rate the next morning the cow was in her stall and three inches of her tongue was found in tho horses trough Mr Alexander thought the poor brute would die right away but she didnt In a day or two it was found that she could drink a little and then they began to feed her by break- Ing up the ears of corn and placing the pieces far back in her mouth In this way she can manage to eat with out much difficulty and it is now thought she will get well We have often heard of giving a cow time dish rag to chew on when she lost her cud but so far as we know Mr Alexander owns the only tongueless cow on re cord Meat Inspector Wanted Terry Peikins of this county was arrested one day last week on a charge of selling diseased meat Although the charge was a serious one he was let off with a fine of five dollars and costs Perkins came to town that day with a hog which he intended to sell to the butchers When he took it to Powell Bros Mr W G Powell discovered that it would not bear close inspection He bought and immediately sent for the health officer to examine it Dr Bales took aook at the meat and expressed the opinion that the animal had either died from disease or had frozen to death Then at time instigation 91 the health officer Perkins WPB arrested In his trial he stated that he had killed the hog intending to bring it to town but the bad weather came on preventing him from coming A number of men who learned of the Incident desired to prosecute the case vigorously Mr Powell said that his object in buying the meat was simply to show the people what risk they run in buying from any body and every body who happens to come along Both the firms of Powell Bros and Douglas Culton express themselves as in favor of having a salaried meat inspector whose duty shall be to inspect all tho meat offered on the local market In buying from irresponsible parties there is always danger ot get ting something unfit for use The laws of other States and other cities of our own State are very rigid In this mat ter In view of this fact would it not be cheaper anti safer to have an offi cial who can examine what we eat Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 5 Waller Bennett 4 Joe S Boggs 5NBCoy 6 DM Chenault 7 G W GatesV8 0 W Hisle John D Harris 10 T II Hart 11 UGHarrisr 12 W R Letcher Jr 13 JC Lackey 14 David A McCord 15 Henrv Perry 10 Dr G G PerryV 17 Hon W B Smith 18 M B Stagner ID JudgeNBTurpimi- 20EngoneT IV 21 Mrs S P Wallers The above list is the number of Ma Jeslle ranges we have sold in the last ten months iryou are not one of that list we want to make you one this year SURE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges and will will rook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call at Majestic Headquarters and examine the Besl Ran e you ever saw ABBIJCKLE SIUMOXS New Shoe Firm Mr Sims S Crutcher has olda half interest in his shoe store to Mr T B Crutcher a popular young business milan of Nicholasville The new firm began business yesterday morning Mr Cratcher is an exceedingly popular young man and we gladly welcome him to our town He is a brother of Hon B A Crutcher Commonwealths Attorney of this district Nineteenth Anniversary The anniversary dinner of Mr and Mrs W H Miller was served as usual on the 27ih Mrs Miller was not pres emit she still being in Arkansas where she was called during the last illnets of her sister Mis Eagle Her absence and the cause nf same threw to some extent a sadness over those assembled Mr Miller proved a splendid host and was genial and lively as possible tinder the circumstances and all present expressed to him on parting that they had enjoyed a most delightful day and expressed the desire to be present on the next anniversary and that no afflic tion such as she had recently suffered would keep his most estimable wife away The Hunt Case Messrs T H and B F Hurst of this city were taken in custody by Dnputy U 8 Marshal J C Mullins Saturday night and lodged in jail in default of ibe 1000 hand which was ordered to be paid over to the Referee in Bank ruptcy before noon of that day Last June the firm Hurst Bros composed of Messrs T H and B F Hurst who had been in business here for several years made an assignment for the bon efit of their creditors Soon after the assignment a number of the creditors Instituted Involuntary Bankruptcy pro ceedings The firm was adjudged bankrupt and the case was referred to the Referee in Bankruptcy On hear ing the case the Referee ordered that the Bankrupts pay over the sum of 31500 on a fixed day but on the day set they appeared and stated that they were unable to pay Then the matter was certified to the Judge of the United States Court who affirm ed the finding of tho Referee but re duced the amount ordered to be paid over to 1000 This sum he ordered paid to the trustee in the office of the Referee In Hankrnpccy at nine oclock ou time morning of February 28 and IIdefault of the payment to stand mitted to the U S Marshal to be in cnneraled pending t lie further order of the court At the hour fixed theI a iiin appeared and stated that they were unable to make time payment so on Saturday night the Deputy Marshal took them in charge and placed them in the Richmond jail Attorneys Hazelwood and Culton representing the Hurst brothers went before Judge Cochran at Covington Monday for the purpose of taking steps to discharge the committment and yesterday Judge Cochran issued an or der referring the case to the Referee again for a new hearing By this or der the Hursts were liberated pending the new trial The case will be heard before Hon R W Miller the Referee in Bankruptcy sometime this weekat which time the Hursts claim they can make a full explanation of time case DEATHS Eiinnv George W Embry died at his home at Trinidad Colorado Sun day morning March 1 after an illness of three weeks Mr Embry was a na tive of this county and was 38 years of age He left here about seven years ago on account of his health Ho leaves three sisters and a brother residing in this city Mrs W T Gripgs Misses Sue and Mary Embry and Mr John Embry MATRIMONIAL VALDnNTAYWBMr W W Walden of College Hill and MisS Allie Taylor of Waco were married at the homo of the bride on last Wednesday- GARNETTFATIIERLYMiSS Worth en Fatherly and Mr W H Garnett were recently married at Little Rock Ark Miss Fatherly attended Madison Institute here several years ago AMEKINEBRIOAHES Miss Jessie Ethel Brigades and Mr Clarence Weldon Amerine were married at Norman 0 T Monday Feb 23 Both are prominent young people of Nor man Mr Amerine formerly resided in this city but went to Oklahoma about two years ago- KENEYBALLouIIr Bowen K Kenney and Mrs Maggie L Ballou of Shelbyville were married in Lexing ton Monday time Rev Mark Collie off elating Mr Kenney is a relative of Mrs J W Zaring of this city and is well known here where he has fre quently visited DOUBLE VEDD1NOTIiO home of Rev H G Turner on Fifth street was the scene of a double wedding on last Wednesday night when Mr R D Tevis of Illinois and Miss Florence Elizabeth Taylor ot this place and Mr Charles S Moberly and Miss Mag gie N Broaddus both of this county were united in marriage The ceremo ny was said by Rev Turner in ida usu al impressive ttyle Time CLIMAX ex tends congratulations to the happy couples REYNOLDSPOYNTZ Tho marriage of Miss Lillian Estelle Poyntz to Dr J Frank Reynolds was celebrated at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Ann E Bean near this city Tuesday evening February 21 at 7 oclock Rev J H Taylor of Anchorage was the officia ting minister Dr W T Willis of this city acted as best man and Miss Madge Hart of Richmond as Maid of Honor Relatives and a few friends of the contracting parties witnessed the ceremony After the wedding Dr Reynolds and bride were given a recep tion They left on the east bound train at 943 oclock for a trip to Washing ton and New York They will return in about ten days and lor a short time will have rooms at the National Hotel Dr Reynolds has been tf resident of this city for the past five years coming here from Louisa Ky After locating here he decided to become a specialist in eye ear nose and throat diseases and with that end in view made two trips to Europe and spent several months in some of the best institutions In the old wbrldperfectlng himself in his chosen work lie is now regarded as one of the best and most successful specialists in the State aud erjoys a very large practice Personally he is an accomplished clever centleman His bride Is a daughter of Dr J M Poyntz of Richmond a widelyknown physician and a leading Confederate veteran She is a handsome brunette and a most accomplished and lovely woman with a host of admiring friends The Gazette extends to Dr Beynolds aud his fair bride Blne n goed wishes for their fu ture happiness PAttiwelfareMt Sterl I lug Gazette r FINE SUITS F TO ORDER We are ready with a very extensive line of fine woolens for J custommade Spring Suits Let us have your measure early A andwetll give you the finest tailoring at moderate prices and A jf guarantee a faultless fit or no sale Try us t ShirtsMadeVI ToMeasure For the benefit of men who cannot get a satisfactory fit in readymade Shirts we are prepared to make to XJfL257tndUpLet needs J I GOYINSTON I BUNK c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS DayIILSeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months This Signature RELIGIOUS Rev J M Bruce pastor of the Baptist church at Lancaster has been called to the pastorate of the Berea Baptist church Regular lecture services will be at Christ church on Tuesday and Friday at 4 oclock p in and on Wednesday at 7 p m Thfse services will con tinue during lentVThere will be regular services at all the churches nextSunday morning and evening PERSONAL Mr Brutus W Turner is in New York Mr J R Bush was in Stanford last weekMr It W Miller was in Louisville last week Mr W S Moberly was in Lexington last week Mrs James Bennett is visiting in LexinutonSCity Attorney J Talbott Jackson is at Hot Springs Attorney Hugh Riddell of Irvine was here Monday Mr Will S Hume is sojourning at Hot Springs Ark Dr Harry M Blanton was in Lexington on Thursday Rev P C Eversoln of Perrvyille is in the city on business Mr and Mrs R J Patton are at home from LouisvilleV Captain S F Rock made a short visit to Irvine last week Mr E A Duncan of Nicholasville was a visitor here Monday Miss Lucy Brandenburg is the guest of relatives in Beattyville- Mr James Broadhurst of Winches ter was a visitor here Monday Mrs B W Turner is entertaining Miss Garner of Winchester Mrs Ella Farley spent last week with Mrs T C Willis in Stanford Mr Letcher Griustead has been visi ting his relatives at Flemingburg Miss Willie Traynor of Danville is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Lucy Adams was a guest of rel atives in Clark county last week Mr Thomas Anderson of Garrard county spent Monday In this city Mr R H Brouaugh of Crab Or chard was here last week on business Miss Mary Evans has been the attractive guest of relatives in Winches ter Mr T D Chenault has returned from a visit to his mother in Fayette county Miss Margaret Chenault is visiting her father Mr C D Chenault in Lex ington Mr Situ Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill county was a visitor here court dayVTheodore Wilson of Estill county was among the court day visitors here MondayMr A Jan ord is at home from Hot Sprinlrs Ark verymuch improved in health Miss Luxie Ballard is the attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth Feeny in LexingtonMrs Rose of CoTington is here on a visit to her sister Mrs Sallie Ward Mrs Rose Wagers of Irvine was a guest last week of her sister Mrs Claude Smith Mr J M Turner of Nicholaaville spent last Thursday with his eon Rev H G TurnerVHon A C Hampton of Newport Tenn is the guest of Mr IF 0 Hargis on Northetreet Mr James Wallace of Irvine spent Monday with his brother Postmaster CC Wallace Miss Katie Witsont of Estill county is the guest of Mr and Mrs John Wilson near townVAttorneys II C Hazelwood and W H Culton were in CoviBgtou last week OH legal business Hon Abram Renick of Clark coun ty ires here Friday shaking hands with numerous friendsVProf William Jachsoa bM ret raed Health Means Wealth VV Come and enjoy the excellent results derived from Physical Culture SV Sure cure for Insomnia Indi gestion Constipation Nervousness Curtis AdamsPhysical Studio over Crntchers Shoe Store Telephone IZZI to Campbellsville after a visit to rela tives and friends here Misses Monio and Lee Prather are at home from a visit to Mrs Irvine Prathor in Lexington Mr Eisenhart of Danville is the guest of his brother Ilt v YA Eisen hart on Fifth street Miss K V Schmidt left this morning for Cincinnati to lay in her new stock of spring millinery Mrs Herbert Scrivner and children of Winchester are visiting relatives here and in tho county Miss Curraleen Smith has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J M Benton in Winchester Mr Jesse M Alverson of Stanford was here last week to see his mother who has been seriously ill Mr Win P Williams of Irvine was down to attend the social session of the Elks on last Friday eveningIMr H G McElwaino and family left Monday for New York where they expect to reside in the future Dr McFerran Crow of Versailles spent Sunday In this city with his mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Mrs Jennie GrimIer returned Satur day to her home at Speedwell after a pleasant visit to relatives here Mrs J V Logan has returned to her home In Danville after spendingseveral weeks with her sister Mrs B H Noale Messrs William Marksbury and Thos Chestnut of Bryantsviile visited Messrs Herman and Charles Frasathis weekMrs Hugh McLellan and daughter little Miss Joyce of Richmond are the guests ol Mrs T A MeguiarSlielbyS- entinel The Lexington Herald says Mrs Mat S Cohen of Richmond in here visiting her sister who is ill at the St Joseph Hospital Mr Richard Tevis and bride nee Miss Florence Taylor left Mondey for Bloomington IlL whore they will re side In the future President W T Frost of Berea col legs was in Boston last weAk whereon Monday night he delivered an ad dress in the old South church R L Gentry and Mrs C D IMrs are expected home the last of the week from a four weeks visit to Mr and Mrs R L Gentry Jr at Nash ville TEnn Friends here have received invitations to time marriage of Miss Bessie Field youngest daughter of Thomas Field of Woodtord county to Mr Preston L Sloan Dr W II Dodge was called to Jack sonville Fla last Thursday on ac count of serious illness of ono of tho members of tbe church of which he was fornmeriypastor Mr James S Crutcher has been ad vised by his physician to try another clime so he will spend month or so at Pinehurat N C We trust ho will return entirely restored The many friends of Mrs Lucy Cures Crip in Two Days on every box 25J White who was Injured in lou tviUo several weeks ago will be glad to know she is now able to sit up and will EOt n be entirely restored to her health Miss Hattie Lotcher is at home front a visit to Danville and Campbellsville She was accompanied by her sister Miss Doyle who is forced to take a rest of several weeks on account of ill healthMrs Clinton W Howard of What come Washington who has been At the bedside of her father Mr Rufus McCord has been spending a few days with Miss Elizabeth Walker at Nicho lasvilleIn to time list published in last weeks CLIMAX the following ladies will serve as patronesses to the King Cole entertainment Mrs J V Lo gan of Danville Mrs Hush Riddel 01 Irvine Mrs T S Burnam of Silver Creek Mrs I Brown Oldham of Kirks yule and Mrs Allen Kenney of Danville Misses Laura and Anne Bennett aro in Jacksonville Florida where they will be the guests of Dr David Bennett for several weeks They will also visit St Augustine arid Ocean Beach and will spend several days in Cuba and Nassau They will go by water to New York and return home byl Phila delphia and Washington AnlloullcenientWe nouncing to the Public that the regular shipment of Screened Block Coal from the new mines at Brush Creek Ky has begun as the railroad has been completed to the first mine This event is the result ot years of ceaseless ef forts by someo our own citizens and we do not hesitate to say that you will find in this an ideal coal In it theru is combined the two great qualities 1r 43- vkc1t a SasVvct This coal is clean of slat and dirt and is Large Block Coal Buy it and your coal bills will be reduced onethird tc one half and you will alwayn havo a fire all night Also Red Ash Jcllico and Manchester coal Feed Etc Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N tepot Richmond Ky 1 PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS RW MILLER YOkNIYIT Li 1In ltlurTIt U oc a the Horuutu lialMivg bUlL Upoi u anaers National Bank reb3ly SULLJV AJA ATTORNEY ATLAW KICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery VL R LETCHER AUorneyatLaiDi RICHMOND KENTUCKY nSfOflte ovor Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOUNBYS AND- COUN8BLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY f Jfcoe In John B nnttta old law office over Perry V TtHHH 8 dreg store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PtTYSIGIAXS AND SURGEONS FKHMONI KENTUCKY pSce tatht Dr Holwon building MlnStreet II C JASPER M D Medicine antI Surgery I Hhee Sujuffer Biiikiinc Main Street lcpbtl0 Ht roMikaee the Carr place on UraUUray IIom KENTUCKY K VS it P1Y4w tNJ UtIUBfJ I 4MCIKO KBNTUCKV E 0 Vance DO fa- firj E OYaace D 0 OoteopathicPhysicians State Bank Tiiut B g J iratore ftirnirlied on Hjijilication CONSULTATION FREE Iz rtdiuu c Southern School of Ostheopathy B3STTL SURGERY DaVtTt t 1OThOt ruTor LOOISVILLB KY Otto at400r to Ooremmsnt Building it iiiaSad Ky One hors vtuttltoiuorttly WI Blanton =2a DENTIST 7Tfi Mlu BmiMtt HalMlng liatjr TBLEPHONE 196 rs DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 11 1003 Kcdol EByspepsSa Sure Digests what you eat ATTENTION Yt tIe ini v l ollr produce business Mini tit RHM Kud of Main iiie t Ilia Ganiett HoUtte 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 Eggs Poultry HidestFurs 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 iPjanly RICHMOND KY OeMinElte Cough Cure- For Coughs Colds and Croup Nothing has ever equlledit- Nothing can ever surpass it r1Kingsiew For Price C00N 5DcllBI A Perfect Cure For All Throat and IILung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Bottles I fJ TO THOSE A wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence J4 We are pleased tostatethat it is on sale at the blowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Richmond Searcy Uamiltou Waco OFinnel Red House J W Masters Valley View I V Whltlock Baldwin John htapp Newby Burton Roberts Rathton J W Tenter Edenton J W Prcwitt Cottonburg L A ASVarren Paint Lick- Vallaeetoni O McWharter OtoVner Early Berea JT Cov Kirksville Kitasalo a Japanese micro scopist first showed that the pinshaped microbe of lock jaw lives in the earth In order that it may multiply and poison the blood it must be in a wound so thabtheair does not reach it Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses Wo can do rvlint is rixht with regard to the test and the GLASSES mall to fill the prescription Our- Itnek of Optical Goods iEO large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for classes not of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer Unit Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armeraold stand ly STANDARD Rotary Shuttle 4 rSewing Machine BTASOAU OXJLNC LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMaehuiie stitch Two machines in one Run aq silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GUANO with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball bearincs is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also manufact ure upCallbe convic- edARBUCME SIMMONS DEALERS Ricktnond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th lit Cincinnati 0 8rno ClIMAX1AYfAR WE GO WESTVIA i Memphis Kansas City or Chicago Service of the Very Best to JARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY COLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO I g AND THE PACIFIC COASTIi I KesieseekrItt Et Few st CfeifeMti GEO H LEE QP TAUtl4eAKkArk t State Association of Fair Man agers of Kentucky A meeting of officers and managers of Kentucky fairs was held Wednesday Febru ary 4th at the office of the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville The object of the meeting was stated by Mr L B Shropshire Secretary of the Kentucky State Fair Mr George F Anderson of the Danville Fair was elected temporary chairman and L BShropshire the Kentucky State Fair temporary secre tary It was decided to form a permanent organization of the Fair Associations throughout the State SuclTan org niza tion it was thought would re sult in mutual benefit to all the fairs in the State Through such an organization a more uniform classification of exhibits might be secured thus enabling exhibitors to prepare their herds and exhibits to fit the classification ofa larger number of fairs Dates can be arranged to produce the least possible conflict of con tiguous county fairs Joint advertising can be arranged for thus cheapening and ex tending the scope of this important feature of conducting fairs Many other features of advantage werementioned A fter discussing the matter until 12 oclock Messrs D R Tevis G G Spear and L H Shropsh ire were appoin ted a committee to draft a set of rules for the government of the association and to report at 2 oclock p m The follow ing fairs were represented by the gentlemen named Kentucky State Fair L L Dorsey M W Neal E W Sewell and L B Shropshire Warren County Fair Asso ciation J B Kirby Hardin County Fair Asso ciation H Z Churchill Bullitt County Fair C E McCormick O W Pearl Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association J W Guest Central Kentucky Fair As sociation of Danville Geo F AndersonCynthiana Fair Association W H Lail- Georgetown Elks Faire As sociation A H Sinclair Richmond Elks Fair Carnival D R Tevis- Lawrenceburg A8soociation G G Spear Jefferson County Fair H P StiversProxies were held from the associations which hold annu al fairs at Madisonville Lexington Nicholasville Hender son and Maysville- At 2 oclock the committee reported the following rules for the government of the as sociation which were unani mously adopted First That the organiza tion shall be known as the State Association of Fair Managers of Kentucky Second That the officers of the association shall con presidentand an executive committee composed of three of its mem bars said officers to be elec ted at each annual meeting of the association Third That the annual meeting of the association shall be held in the city of Louisville on the Second Tues yearFourthdues of each member of this association shall be five dol larsFifth That the State Fair of Kentucky and all county WHEN BABY IS COMING US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and tobecomealert ns she foresees the joy nmbition success and the lifelong satisfaction cora nndinnocentthe uncertainty whether she shall see n sweet or a brave boy face beside her on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy externallythroughout mclCbill1cauiail tcheeinfluenced Ibylithe continued use pf this FRIENDBuy Uedfree11t L A Beautiful Present delights the one whogives it as much the ono who receives it Any article selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Wedding Presents cannot fail to de light both giver and recipient YEAGER has on display it beauti ful collection of presents in the way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE and manyother things to delight the eye FJ YEAGER SECOND STREET and district Fair Associations in Kentucky where agricul tural or live stock exhibits are held shall be eligible to membership in the associa tionSixth That each member of the association shall make its classification to conform as nearly as possible to the classifications ofall other membersSeventh The executive committee shall have general charge of the affairs of this association including the ar ranging as far as practicable a uniform classification of exhibits the regulation of priv ileges and concessions the joint advertising of all the meetings etc tbenduty of the president to pre side at all meetings of the ex ecutive committee and to ex ercise all thefunctions usually pertaining to such office The vice president shall in the absence of the president perform the duties of thatofficer The secretary shall attend all the meetingsof the associa tion and of the executive committee keep a correct record of all the transactions both of the association and of the executive committe and shall conduct the correspondence of the association He shall collect all dues for mem bership or other funds and turn same over to the treas urer The treasurer shall have charge of all the funds of the association and shall pay all bills of same properly certified to by the president and secretary The same person may hold both the offices of secretary and treasurer The president vice presi dent and secretary shall be exofficio members of the ex ecutive committee The following associations were enrolled as members of this association upon pay ment of the specified dues Kentucky State Fair Richmond Elks Fair Car nival Association Crab Orchard Fair Rac ing Association Georgetown Elks Fair As sociationCentral Kentucky Fair Asso ciation of Danville Ky Warren Countj Fair Asso ciation Hardin County Fair Association Bullitt ContyFair Lawrenceburg Fair Asso ciationJefferson County Fair Lexington Horse Show Fair Carnival Nicholasville Fair Associa tion Madison ville Fair Associa Guthrie Fair- Maysville Fair Association Cyuthiana Fair Association Henderson Fair A resolution was passed inviting all other eligible fair associations of the State to become members On motion of M W Neal the following were elected officers of the association to serve until the regularannual meeting to be held the second Tuesday in January 1904 President GeoF Anderson of Danville Vice Presi llowJingGreen urer L B Shropshire Louis yule Executive CommIttee G Spear LJwr nceburcr 11 R Tevis Richmond and Elizabetht4Wfl Working Overtime thosetir4uleaaLife Piljs Millions ranlwaTt nt work blllOUllnPS6stomach liver ami bowel troub allrIOnlv2calall One million Rye hundred thousand converts have been made by the Methodist Episcopal church during the four years of the twentieth centU- ry thank offering movement This is the spiritual accom plishment to te placed in church annals albngsideof the 30000000 for benevolences raised through this same movement Thia announcement was made to the North western Church Advocate published at Chipago Unless the Jim Crow car bill before the legislature is defeated the negroes will petition their patron saint Teddy to withdraw the gov ernmcnt appropriation to the St Louis Exposition And yet a Kentucky Republican chief justice has both judicially rand judiciously declared the Jim Crow arrangement for both whites and blacks a good thing LonisvilleTimes Tetter Saltlinen and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamler Iains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for SOlO nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cudjs Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ore not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime coalition Priro 25 ents per package The President has signed the bill which amends the bankruptcy law of 1898 The bill modifies the existing law in several important particu lars theprincipalone of which is a provision in regard to pre ferrc a creditors Under tile exit ting law those who had received pay from persons who had afterwards been declared 11 bankrupt could not have other claims passed upon without surren dering the amoant received This provision was modified so as to allow the creditor to retain the money received un less the previous payment was fraudulent At Columbia S C Chief Justice Pope refused the ap plication for bail in the case of former Lieut Gov James H Tillman charged with the murder of N G Gonzales A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men sad women regulates bladder troubles in children If not scfd by your drug gisl will be sent by rtail on seceigt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above- mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggist and Owen MKee Merchant Richmond KnEAD TILlS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis toDear Sir I have used oin bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble 1 weighed 150 ponnds when I began usinc it to day I weigh 171 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully rrecommend it to the public Respetfully 7jau Ir JoiisAyRiDDEL The treasurer of a New York theater was poisoned by microbes from money and lost an eye as tins result We wouldnt mind taking chances on losing an eye if we only had the money to handle A negro on whose head the black cap had been 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however heroismWomen of duty except the supreme one that tells them to guard their health How much harder the daily tasks become when some derangement of the female organs makes every movement painful and keeps the nervous system unstrung Irritability takes of happJness and amiability and weakness and suffering takes the place of health and strength long as they can drag themselves around women continue to woik and perform their household duties They have been led to believe that suffering is necessary because they are women What a mistake The use of Lydia J2Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will banish pain and restore Dont resort to strong stimulants or nar cotics when this strengthening healing remedy for women ia always within reach FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN If there Is anything in your case about which you would like special advice write to Mrs IMnkham No man will see your letter She can surely help you for no person in America has such a wide experience in treating female ills as 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