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I THE RICHMOND CLIMAXoi- 029 J RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 1903 NUMBER 43 LOOK OUT pring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled ith a new and complete line of the latest novelties in Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in endless variety Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths c in the Latest Designs A DONT FAIL TO SEE OUR lothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices t e have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying e 0 JIn Entire New Stocke 0 S ve were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line t afr 7e 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 Store- Has laid in a complete stock of newc Goods which is now offered to the j Cash Traded Every useful article needed in the house can be foundon our shelves We thank our patrons for the C favors of the past year and wish all a thappy and prosperous new yeans fliE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery IUN STREET RICHMOND KY Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of eeAlnite Goall ++ + + + ++ + + + + + ++ + + + + + ++++t1++ + + + A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary f J 2 gratt without any attention at + ++++111 +N+ ++t+ +N1++11 ++ + Va Ce Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITUREvariety 0 lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in io r0iDining Room and tf Kitchen Furniture v We guaranteed to save you money r 1e ordia1JY invite our country friends to call make our store their headquarters We M ggtl lr Jplease Our success depends upon it and there sonable prices at which everything useful is offered will astonish and delight you Mattings arid Carpets in variety Our Picture Department i Framing neatly done and the newes- mouldings always carried I inU S JOlLIN hone Day nNight rd 47 Undertaking a Specialty RICHMOND KY- aI Tvane Jrr Embalmer it Annual Stallion Show The Annual Stallion Show at Lexington will be held this year on the afternoon of Mon day March 23 at the barns of the Tattersalls Company Upward of four scores of the giants of the trotting turf will be on free exhibition and this years show promises to be the largest ever held This yearly gathering of all the famous stallions in the Blue- Grass country is one of the main traditions of Kentucky horse life dating back nearly seventyfive years when it was held at the time when the April muster brought to Lex ington the whole countryside and while the muster has given away to the court day the annual stallion show i just as much a feature of Ken tucky life as the Mardi Gras is to the citizens of gay New Orleans To those who have never attended the Annual Stallion Show at Lexington n the mere mention of such an event does not carry with it much of an impression but the spectacle of nearly a hundred of the worlds greatest trotting stallions assembled in one building is well worth a hundred miles journey RUTS IThe walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go tr 5ed- ChronicU cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English meanslongsickness To stop the continued loss of flesh theyneed Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak systemScotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out of the rut It makes pew rich blood strengthens the nerves and gives appetite for ordinary food Scotts Emulsion can be taken as long as sickness lasts and do good all the time strengtht We will be glad to send you a few doses free Be salt that this picture ta the form of a hbc is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion yon buy SCOTT k BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St NY hoc aM t IN itviiiib AN ADDRESS To the Growers of Burley n TobaccoI The depression in the price of tobacco for the last few years produced by the combinations and trusts which have been formed for the purpose of destroying competition if not absolutely dictating the price paid to the produc ers thereof is certainly suffi cient excuse for a counter organization upon the part of the farmers to protect them selves against the domination and control of these combina tions and monopolies It is imperative that the farmers take some steps to protect themselves against these im positionsIf farmer wants to se cure remunerative prices for his produce the time has come for him to act What the farmer needs is organiza tionconcert of action The people who are forcing the price of tobacco down to its minimum are legally organ ized The only apparent way for the farmers to offset such an organization is to unite and form an organization to control the storage handling sale and marufacture of the Burley tobacco With this object in view representatives from a number of counties met at Car- rollton Ky on March 4 1902 and perfected a temporary organization with James M Gaunt of Carroll county as president The proposed plans and bylaws that are to govern the association were adopted and the movement was put on foot in an enthusiastic and businesslike man ner When forty thousand farmers have signed the agreement of the association a permanent organization will be effected and every county will have an equal representa tion on the board of directors Every county in the Burley district is asked to form a county organization and join the association Dont put it off but act now Get up a meeting in your county write to the president and an organizer will be sent to meet with you and explain plans movementsThe capital stock was placed at 1000000 in shares of S10 each A cash payment of 5 per cent is to be used for defraying the expenses of or ganization The work of or ganizing each county will be in charge of a committeeman selected by the tobaccogrow ers of that county He will receive for his work 2t percent on all stock he secures and 15 cents on each agree ment signed so that at leas 3 per cent of the 5 per cent is paid to the organizers and left in that county The proposed bylaws set forth that there shall be a board of directors in each county composed of six farmers and they shall select two of their number to represent the county on the general board of directors The gen eral board of directors shall select ten of their number to compose an exeeutiv committee who shall have full charge of the affairs of the associa tion When a permanent organi zation is perfected the representatives from each county can make such changes in the plansand bylaws as they may deem necessary for the welfare of the association The private property of stockholders shall not be sub ject to the payment of corpo rate debts tillmoneys will be paid to V T Craig treasurer whose postoffice address is Gnent Ky All communications and all reports will be addressed to the president JameS M Gaunt at Carrollton Kyi More Riots j ueartbaegnlveasof the 6y8lenv Overwork loss ohlcep- nervons tension will Jj follow uttercu1Iapseunle4sarrliaUerenttd fs in meuin Hy inpl yei5 There nothing l1 efficient to cure Uimlers o the liver Or kldneyaiteElectTIC Uittert Its a womleifnl toiiicv and eflVctivi nervinejint the greiiiedt ajlRJ0tiii JdiapolgtmsOnlyaU druggIst 1m I I THE OLD REUABLE Rte SARi N POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE The Toothpick Habit We have the drink habit the cardplaying habitin fact habits innumerable but there is one habit of which little has been said although it is present among us It is the toothpick habit and it is as firmly rooted in those w1I have it as any of the more ob jectionable ones says the Chicago Journal Observe a man coming down State street early in the morning He has one of the little bits of wood ill his mouth Now here is where a little character read ing comes in If he be of a quick highstrung nervous temperament in a few min utes time he will have chewed up one end of it and turne the other end in his mouth to masticate This end is also soon reduced to pulp and fresh one takes its place He reaches his place of business or employment but the tooth pick sticks there nor does he have his mouth entirely free of one until his stock is en tirely exhausted or he is tired out In the former case a match is resorted to or a few toothpicks borrowed from a neighbor which he willrepay when he obtains a fresh stock at the restaurant where he eats his luncheon Cool phlegmatic persons will keep a toothpick in their mouths fur several hours A man of moody or troubled mind will let the toothpick droop list lessly downward A man with his mind intent on one thingwill close his teeth tight on it and it will stick out straight while a happygo lucky person or one with a mind free from care will have his toothpick at an upward angle or constantly shifting about in the mouth I tell you that habit is a great in dex to a mans thoughts and and characteristic The cashier of a leading cafe whose desk is right where the box of toothpicks ist says the habit is growing to such an extent fillingtheremarkedi4theyt selves of the habit After gazing fervently around a man will grab up a handful of toothpicks and hastily thrust them in his vest pocket wit a guilty look Record of The Past No Stronger Evidence Can be Produced jLookany in thb following evidence proof that relief and euro is near at hand Mr G1I Mvcra the well known shoemaker of Winchester avenue and DoauaKidneylon er yon know them the better they totheI procured the remedy at the Ventura Drug 0 and took a course of the treatment which cured iao I was absolutely free from all backache for near ly three years then I noticed a slight ache ns the result of a cord in mv back A box of Doans Kidney Pills disposed rewndyone who did not endorse the claims made for it 60tIosteragents fur the U8 Remember the name Dohns anj take no substitute liu There seems to be something inconsistent with the eternal fitness of things ill with a couple of items setal most parallel in a recent issue of our Kentucky Xs A church note told of a nent churchman and ipromiI elevation to the deacon while in theaccoutitrl of a card party sam deacon was accredited with wnnng the enemansprz ajug of Bourbon whisky Cynthiana Times Golden Rule in Business Nathan Strauss the great New York merchant when asked what had contributed most to his great success said I always looked out for the man at the other end of the bargain What a lessop these vords contain for the young man of today who thinks that longheadedness shrewdness cunning and sharpness are the only success qualities worth cultivating Mr Strauss said that if he got a bad bargain him self he could stand it even if his losses were heavy but that he could never afford to have the man he dealt with get a bad bargain He felt that his own loss however great might possibly be re paired but that if a man who had dealings with him should lose or be deceived thereby nothing could could compen sate him Mr Strauss for wouldobe permanently injured Success 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 cough eet in besides Doctors everydayDiscovery 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 bv all druggists Price 50c and1 Trial 1wdBack to the Farm aaof the congestion of population to find relief by cpuntryRural ing Of the cities whose first inhabitants were a combina tion of merchants and agri culturists Rural life with its magnificent improvements and daily free mail delivery now rivals the comforts of ur ban surroundings says the Chicago Sun The ease and certainty with which people in moderate circumstances make a comfortable livelihood in the country has in the past decade attracted thousands of the population of cities to ex ploit rural life The attractions to the industrious of a life of freedom in the open air cultivating the commer cial products of the soil have stimulated increased move ments of city residents with moderate means to embark in market g rdening and other agricultural pursuits The possibilities of diversified agricultural production are annually offering new oppor tunites to a life of comfort and independence in the coun try Modern science under the direction of national and state agricultural cooperation is assisting thousands of people to try their fortunes in cultivating the soil for a sure maintenance rather than eke out a precarious existence in congested cities Cures Cancer and Blood Poison producinghulcers swollen itchinRon the skin mucous patches in mouth or throat falling hair bone pains old rheumatism or foul catarrh take Hot anic Blood Balm It kills the poison eruptionshealpains etop and a perfect cure is made of the worst cases of Blood Poison or cancer tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers persistent pimples of all kinds take U B B It destroys the cancer poison in the blood heals can cer of all kinds cures the worst humors or suppurating swellings Thousands failsB B ents Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stops the awful painsTIlOrolllhlvDruggists SI large bottle with com plete directions for homo cure Sam loodBalinle and free medical advice also sent in sealed letter 1m Necessity and construct iveness of man accomplish great wonders in this old world of ours The island on which New York City is located is too small for all its business to be done at the level of the ground Forsome years they have therefore been putting their street rail road tracks up in the air They now propose to go beneath the ground The Penn sylvania railroad proposes even to dig a tunnel under Hudson river and then under New York under East river and out into Brooklyn The New York Central also asks the privilege of digging a tunnel from north to south under the cityand connecting with the PeaiwyhTttua tunnel p i THIS SPACE BELONGS TO WD OLDHAM co- WATCHIT NEXT WEEK S ns t r 5i t po MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Streajth In Every Drop A sdrnHflc combination of tne tatntlal constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Jamury M igco LoofarUleKyI and Milt ration and being thoroughly acquainted with its composition and mode of manufacture I can tile tout it ii an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excitei the appetite and invigorates digestion and b beneficial innemnu prostration and andueaaeaattendedwtthdebillty Your truly LCKASTENBINEMD Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT 4 MALT OO Louffvlllo Ki IProsperityHucksters A war between the Armour Packing Company and the Ohio Valley Produce Com pany for the purchaseof chickens turkeys and eggs has been inaugurated in Western Kentucky The Ohio Valley Produce Company has over one hundred agencies Its principal branches are at Princeton and Mayfieldand it has been spending about 75000 a year in Graves county alone Lately the Armour Company decided to lo cate opposition agencies at many points and buy over the Ohio Valley people Each concern is seeking to outbid the other and as a result the hucksters and farmers are prospering Old walnut stumps are on a boom An Indiana concern has had men traveling allover the State of Tennessee buying all the old stumps Prices were small at first but the demand increased until the price is now out of sight The stump of a walnut tree cut several years ago brought more than the trunk of the tree The stumps are made into veneering It seems that we are manu facturing idols in this country for use in Korea and other countries where such things are used There can be no discount upon the versatility of a country that sends out both missionaries and idols MY NAME IS Tl URMA1 Y- On Sausage Row And Buys p SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed anr Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetspr361yr Phone 85 I TlfEDfORD9SBIACIfDRAUjJII THE GREAT flHlLYHEDICINE Thedfords BlackDraught has saved doctors more than- sixtyyears For the common fam tionindigestionhaard plaints chills and fever bilious likeinecessary It invigorates and digestiontimnlates purifies the blood and the of foulaccumulations It Lures liver complaint indigestion sour chills backache diarrhoea biliousness piles hard colds and headache Every drug gist has Thedfords BlackDraught IB 25 cent packages mam moth size for 100 Never accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaXedicineCompmy Dtaehtk4ee4fer any and cveryttwtg1 have a family of tw chlWreS fer four years 1 Nave kept them on feet BlackDtaaedflt j Louisville Atlantic KaW DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or byvUte Louisville Lexingtona m and Cineinnati MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and I llManiCincinnati j Iltr a pmFromC M BROWNING Of n Mgr KrBBicbmooa Ky GEESE WANTED JOO carloads of Geese wanted Highest market price paid Will also buy your pigeons- J H NEFF sep 24tf Richmond Ky +4+CALL AT +4+ + JONES MERSHOfU SALOON PARLOR WHEW IN TOWN Coolest and mcst refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydatjngcleis Oesalae Saratoga Yater Kept on Tapt Phone 3 Second St DIE tIIMAt 0 A T ar 1 he Richmond Climax J 0 CHKNATJLT President D MILLER Manager OBT S CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY MAR 18 1003 rUBUSHKDXVERY WEDNK8DAT BT Tho Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON L M BENTON Of Clark Count FOR COMMON AEALTITS ATTOBNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- 7lnnouncemcnts We are authorized to announce FJ PER KINSoI Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C ORIQasas a candidate for Jailer of Madison tOunty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party TOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE- We are authorized to announce the name of sir T T IIEDQEB of Scott county as a O AgrlcultnreblectPrimary May 9 1903 IT is highly gratifying to the friends of our fellow townsman Hon John B Che nault to see the splendid race he is making for the nomination for State Auditor The press of the state is compli menting him wherever he goes for the manly way in which he is conducting his campaign Four years ago when Mr Chenault was de feated for this nomination he never relaxed a minute but went right in to work for the successful candidate Since then he has kept right on winning new friends and ad hug to his strength day by lay until now he has an unusually strong following Mr Ohenault has strictly avoided Ill combinations having through both campaigns run on his own merits Like a true Democrat lie submits his cause to the people and leaves it to them to decide whether 01 not he is worthy of the office to which he aspires It is quite refreshing to see a candidate like him Ifwe htd more such as he there would be less trickery in politics and the vote of the hon est man wouid count for much more Mr Chenault is the only candidate for this office in the Eighth district and in his behalf we not only ask hut urge the Democrats throughout the district to consider his claims before deciding who their preference for Auditor shall be L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats KINGSTON Mr W 0 West sold his farm of 140 acres to Mr John Allen Lain for 1000 Little Ruby C Ternll daughter of Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill is very illat the home of her grandfather Mr T C Witt Pro John L Carpenter took the Master degree in Masonry at the last meeting of Kingston Lodge C1 CFBioweiiCo LEXINGTON KY REXGRASS The Great American Grass Twine Matting Just In A Car loadof This New and Popular Matting in Rugs and- Carpets Large Assortment to make your Se lectton from uiriuiuifuitii COJ MAIN AND BROADWAf LXXINGTON1Xy s ly ic GOOD ROADS For the CLIMAX It is devoutly to be wished that the fiscal court will do something dar ing this session in regard to the public roads of the county Many complaints have come up during the winter over the condition of the turnpikes andnot a few farmers have expreiised a desire to return to the toll eystem All who are accustomed to travel over these roads seem to bo of the opinion that there will be no turnpikes unless some thing is done to save them right away The above clipping from the Rich mond CLIMAX of March 4th inst con tains matter which is timely and urgent You could nave extended the article by suggestion of the fact that the evil mentioned is susceptible ol correction by use of the remedies pro vided by law for such conditions It is a practice too common to cwplain of the neglect of duty by officers of the law aud then permit tho subject to rest We hold good roads conventions resolute on what should be done in the matter formulate new road laws for legislative enactment denounce the apathy of government and do many other things on paper to accomplish the desired end but when the convention adjourns we quit work We fol low the idea of the man who did hot repair a leaking roof because in dry weather there was no need for repairs and in wet weather he couldnt work But the time has certainly arrived when forbearance has ceased to be a vir tue The laws in relation to keeping county roadsturnpikes and dirt roads in good order are fully competent for the purposes of their enactment if the same are executed and enforced- If the Honorable Judge of tho Madi son Circuit Court will direct his next grand jury to inquire into the present condition of roads in Madison county and report to him such condition with indictments against the persons charged with the duty ol keeping these roads in proper condition If such indictments are proper it will be found that the road laws now on the statute books are plenty aleqtiaie to the emergency No argument is neceeeary and no de tailed statement of farts is called for to impress upon the people ol Madison county the truth that the turnpikes atul dirt roads in this county are shamefully nrglreted and that the authorities havingthe matter in charge practically ignore their duties and re sponsibilities as precribed by law There is but one remedy under existing conditions and that is to hold the said authorities to a strict performance of their duties These agents of the county accept their places and author ity voluntarily presumably with full knowledge of the duties and responsi bilities of the position No trivial excuse for neglect of duty should be al lowed Now suppose the County Attorney of Madison county at the next term of the Madison Circuit Court bring to the judicial knowledge of the Honora blo Judge of said court the state ol case as presented in the articles copied above with such other facts as may be within knowledge of the attorney or oi which he la credibly informed then beyond doubt the court will give in charge to the grand jury the law regu lating the subject with such instruc tions as will bring the matter to serious discussion with possibility of a remedy for the evils of which the people generally complain- In the matter of roads as in all public affairs we should enforce the laws now on the statute books A good law is no better than an ineffective law if not enforced If there are no laws in force competent to meet the emergen cy the sooner that fact is ascertained by legal test the sooner we can move in direction of efficient enactments The people in all such matters as this need the assistance of tho county press You have opened the subject and are entitled to commendation therefor Keep the subject alive- S COLLEGE HILL KY March lu 03 BEREA From the Citizen Mrs H M Jones addressed the League of Womens Clubs at Fort Wayne Ind this week Miss Ethel Putnam who has been studying music at Williamsbnrg Acad emy returned to Berea Tuesday for her vacationThe for sale of tickets from this station for the night trains was broken one night this week when Night Agent Charley Reynolds sold 11085 worth Last Sunday Rev J L Sturgill pastor on the College Hill circuit filled his appointment at Wallace chapels Wallaceton in the morning and at night preached at the Second church Berea for Rev Derthick A social made up of northern people was given at Science Hall Saturday night A leather medal was offered to the beat flatterer and Tutor McCnne secured the prize The sixty persons present indulged freely in peanuts popcoruand toasted marshmallows VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Mrs C R Goins is on the sick list J W Chaney and wife have moved to SpearsBorn on the 9th inst to the wile ol Robert Kelley a big boy Mrs Dr Elmer Northcutt of Nicho lasville visited friends hero Mondav R It Stone and wife of Richmond are visiting the family of Charley White The wife of Hiram Winkle died Monday night aged about forty years She had been in bad health for several yearsHiram Taylor of Delpba has an old coin the value of which is ouofourth cent It Is dated 1666 making it 837 years old Prof J T Wash closes a successful school term here Friday Prof Wash has given general satisfaction intbe schoolroom and his patrons are wall pleasedOur public school building which has for some time needed painting has been condemned for painting by Superintendent J W Wagers nnd the trustees have levied a tax for that pur Rose Farmers are getting R liltlo impatient on account ot the continued wot weather and want to sow plant bids and break sooThe grass is ai green as in April and vegetation of all kinds is too far forward for safety Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kiags New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day coring InilretJillt bill ousness constipation sick beiHlle and all stomach liver sad bowel trewb Oaty250shlldrtlr JOMIIL CKNAULT HAIKG A WISHING FIGHT Louisville Critic Str Robert G Phillips of Elizabeth town who was at Seelbacha a few days ago Is one of the most popular and influential men In that district and lila long connection as an official with the courts of Hardin county has given him a wide acquaintance Mr Phillips Is an ardent friend of John B Che naults and is confident of bis nomina tion in the May primary and his election in November- In an interview with tho Critic be saUl Without exaggeration I believe that Mr Chenault will get practi cally every vote in Hardin county and in the various other counties compris- Ing that district he has a large follow ing I am speaking now from my per sonal knowledge of the situation I have been all over that section and Mr Chenaults name causes as much en thusiasm as that of any other candidate for a state office The Democrats of that section are familiar with his re cord as Insurance Commissioner and they are anxious to give further appre elation of the service rendered the De mocracy They know him to be a faithful party man a most painstaking and capable public official and a gentleman of integrity I am sure that the vote in that district in the race for State Auditor will be overwhelmingly for Chenault and I am informed that he is equally strong in every section of the State I am absolutely confident of his nomination which insures his election as Auditor Interatpf Letter From the Kentucky Colony in The Sunny iooth DELAND FLA Mar 14 1903 Editor Climax Upon a recent visit to New Smyrna Florida I found a large number of Madison county people pleasantly lo cated as follows TJ Curtis and wife D L Fry and wife Miss Jennie Mason Miss Annie McKee and Mrs John Gal loway in one comfortable cottage About one hundred yards distance Mrs Dave Simmons and son Ben and Bob Cotton and wife occupied another cottage In the same neighborhood were found Mrs Gregory and daugh ters Miss Lucy and Mrs Shaw Across the river near the coast were Mr Green B Turley Mrs Mary E Boggs and Vernon Schlegel At the Beach Hotel I found Misses Ethel and Annie Heacox and brother and Mrs Milward and son of Lexington Jessamine county is also well repro sented among them are Mr and Mrs Uemaree aud Mr Mitchell of Nicho lasville A very pleasant day was spent with these good people When I arrived at New Smyrna I found the men out fishing and I soon learned that you home people are to hear some wonderful bear duck fish and deer stories that will surprise even the best story tellers like G W Pick els and J E Greenleaf- Dr Frye and Mr Tom Curtis are having splendid luck Mr Turley is a little disappointed at his ill luck but wehope he will yet pull in the largest fish ot all One fishory that afforded us amusement is the following from that genialhearted fisherman Mr Tom Curtis He says he recently pulled a fish from time water that fed suven fame ilies and the remainder was earned away in a wheel barrow How is that for a fish story He and Dr Frye each killed a deer and came in close proximity of a bear but did not Secure Mr BruinMr Turley savs he would rather face a snow storm in Kentucky than a mos quito storm in Florida When the winds blow from inland the mosquitoes on tho coast country are very trouble some but this is not frequent so that life on the coast enjoyable Ask Mr Turley about those mosquitoes when he returns home Dr Fryo has entered the real estate business having bought and sold a tract of land gaining a nice neat sum Mr Bud Cotton has greatly impibved since his arrival which will be good news to his friends He says every acre of land in Florida is worth 30 per acre for its climate alone He has not seen DeLand He cant buy land here at that price for climate nor culfL vatlon The ladies are enjoying themselves by fishing visiting and gathering shells along the beach Mrs Mary B3ggs walked nine miles one day shell hunting Distance along the belch is very deceiving as one will walk miles before he realizes it Mrs Boggs accompanied me on my return to DeLand where we are wintering about thirty miles inland A pleasant visit was bad with us several days seeing tbis beautiful city which is the garden spot of the s ate She saidshe was glad to see this part ol the state She said she was glad to see this part of Florida for it gives one a better impression than the coast coon try Miss Florrie Ohenault is with us in DeLaud and is pleasantly located in the dormitory of Stetson University She expects to leave here the latter part of the month for Jacksonville and other points on her way home Ken tucky iii well represented here about twentyfive towns being represented The orange crop is fine this winter and prospects are good for a heavy crop next year With best regards to all old friends I am Yours respectfullyT Land and Stock Sales J S Collins bought a carload of hoes of W B Howard of Tennessee at GM centsJames Bennett bought of J S Collins twenty head of 1050pound steers at33 cents Harvey Chenault bought forty stock hogs at 6 cents- Representatives of the firm of Parsly Hamilton of Tennessee were in the county Beyoral days last week to buy shorthorn stock They purchased Tour head of Embry Li Arbuckle three of J B White four of H E Alen two of Powell Bros one of John D Harris all at good prices The same parties offered Embr Arbuckle 300 for one cow which was refused At Mclntyre McGlmtocks sale in Bourbon last week horses in pairs brought 180 to 250 mules in pairs 250 to J350 cows 15 toU sheep 5- a head i EQWB and pigs 3J to f57 B L Million delivered thirty hogs to tat hearer Saturday t63 cents Newland Jones bought of Ravenna Harris 25 hogs for April delivery at 7 cents Mr C II Manpln of this city tells the CLIMAX that ie had a sow that gave birth to seven pigalwl week and that thn of them bad BO sign Jf an HBderJAiFortoBKHo but were other wkw pjf ct Thiykyw4 Jrat a low MN 1 t f rn ri t+4 4+ f+ + + + i Jt SPECIAL eJI 1 ++ 4+ 4 + +Hives are n terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never falls Instant relief permanent cure At any drut store 50c 1m D B Shackelford Co have con traded with the Miller K F Confer the sale of their Ranges in Madison county tf A dose in time saves lives Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures remedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sort 1m Estray A black hog weight 300 pounls came to my house onA month ago Owner can haye same by proving and paying charges E H Wagers Panola Ky It you love your wife buy her a gas range Range is sold at S2 down and 1 per month till paid for Gas is cheaper than coal No dirt no beat no smoke A gas range settles the cook problem- A gas arc lamp will give you 700 candle power light for 2 cts per hour We will put these lamps in on trial satisfaction guaranteed RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co ThomasElectricof any sort cures sore throat croup catarrh asthma never fails 1m We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building- tf RichmondIKy Hews IbIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not CureFWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DruIDistsToledoWholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and niucps surfaces of the system perbottleHalls Family Pills are the best 1m George H Linsley of Jersey City N J has just cele brated the fiftyfifth anniver sary of his appointment as principal of one of the city schools He has been a teach er for sixtythre years and is still regarded as one of the best in that region Inspection Costs Nothing Come in wIzen 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 Lave something new and Interesting to show and Inspection costs nothing if LELAXE Cecilian Club Notes The Cecilian Club held its regular annual business session with the presi dent Mrs L Middelton on last Wednesday afternoon The main ob ject of this meeting was to elect officers to discuss subjects for time next years work and to appoint a committee to formulate according to this discussion a program for future study The Club was very reluctant to accept the resig nation of Mrs Middelton Mrs Olihatn and Miss Hlg ins wbo have so ably and so faithfully given themselves to this work for time past two years The following officers were elected unanimously for the year 19034 President Mrs W S Oldhaio Vicepresi dent Mrs G W Pickele Secretary Mrs Neale Bennett The program committee Mrs Akers Mrs Kellogg and Mrs McLeltan At the close of the business meeting the hostess bad arranged a social session and the members of the Book Club were the guests of the occasion These had been prepared a contest A Sheet Music Party in which all could participate with equal interest The Book Club prize was won by Mrs Stnoot the Cecilian prize by Mrs Pickets Besides the club members present were Mrs Mamie Stockton Miss Florrie Bright and Mr and Mrs Ambsler the latter entertaining in a most delightful manner with violin and song The next meeting of the Cecilian Club will be held with Mrs H B Hanger at Ar lington Notice Louisville Ky Mar 91903 Thurman Grocery Co- Richmond Ky Gentlemen Ve have arranged with Mr to handle our Obelisk flour exclusively on your market for the present and in case you want it we will be veryjjlad to have you buy it through him or you can buy the same flour direct from us under the brand of Ballards Lucille If you desire to do so let ns know YourstrulljO Ballard Ballard Co Well here is another frost from Thurman on Wall street this city 1 wish to call your attention to the above letter sent to me from Messrs Ballard Ballard of Louisville Ky Now it seems that we have been selling Mr Ballards flour too cheap so they turn over the exclusive sale to one man so as to give him a chance to sell it as high as ho likes I dont think that as long as we pay Mr Ballard for his flour at bis price that its any of his bus flees what we sell it for that is if wo want to put the price down in the reach of the people its our business Now we will see that our trade gets good flour at an extra low price and we will not give you any oil brand of Mr Bal peoplehaveHanna so now you can initiate Ballard Ballard into that order on a small scale Now I dont say that Armour and Swift are not dm rascals for I am not a competent judge as I have not been shrewd enough to catch up with them neither have I heard of them getting a lot of merchants to work up a trade on their goods and then lake it away from all of them and turn it over to one man in order to let him control the market on it and ask the trade any price for it they like Now you can see from Mr Ballards letter thAt he wants some one to pay extra for time wlilshJpIIRLucille Is this treating the merchant Obeliskried to Mis Obelisk and will have to notbeRespectfully mliU JOK THURMAN N r cLT e is directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or- def business of this firm has growh to such proportions that we are now makhi a specialty of our- Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter onKy the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased svijh the greatest care and has always 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 evijry 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 find Retail Butchers Richmond Ky JWisolntlaa Sale Having decided to dissolve partner ship we will close out our entire stock of general merchandise at cost R L JENNINGS Co mcbl83mo Paint Lick Ky Pa error Farmers The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of its character in the central portion of tIO State It is easily the leading paper of its kind published in Kentucky and for a short time the subscription price Lisa been reduced to 50 cents per year or on trialHthree months for 10 cents in stamps paper is publisned every Thursday TheI contains ably edited departments ngricultuiists stockmen aud raisers of poultry Mrs R A Owen is among the contributois to the poultry depart ment She is time best authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles alone are worth the full subscription price of the paper Write for a sample copy Address Tho Kentucky Farmer Danville Kentucky By a special arrangement the Ken tucky Farmer arid the CLIMAX will both be sent one yca for 130 This price is for old is well as new subscribers when payment is made in advance Address all orders to the CLIMAX Richmond Kentucky Notice to Creditors All persens having claims against the estate of J Len Ballard deceased are required to present same properly ver ified on or before May 1st or same wilt be barred Xirs L Jl HENDERSON inr 18 4t Administratrix Half Rates TO New Orleans and Return Via Q C Route Tickets on sale April 111213 good Return ing until April 19 1903 Privilege of extension Ask Ticket Agents for particulars CaV1aks 72701 TO ND T asand Return Via ueen Irescsat Route Tickets on sale May 1234 good Returning until ten days from privilegeTicket Agent for Par ticulars JRichMn No 187121 S H RIn offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we bave no hesitation in saying that we believe he is one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding cer tainly entitle him to rank with the best lIe combines the blood of three of tin best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz OH ftavine Black Spinel and King Richard There are few horses that carry as much of Old Peavine bloodas this horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was bred on dams side like this horse being out of a mare by Old Peavine lliehkiu is out of one of Old Peavines best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3year old form in 225 and only for an accidental that age would have taken n lowrei rd- Pedigree Richkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Fnll brothers to Cerro Gordo inn Miss Richmond 651 by King Eichard he by Old ImpPhaetonA S H R bysOld Peavine 2nd Dauiy Warren Harris Denmark 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare Description Richkin Is a eautifol red sorrel 16 hands high jpaled April 20 1900 and weighs l2ijO lbs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a email horse rij breeding ha hasnt a mean cross ad Is bound to prove a superior sire Tmakeermsat the Jna B filler arm on Ha gans Mill pikejjSilver Creek Ky 7 miles South Richmond KIat 20 to Insuri nwtllerlhlrse AH care will b prevent accidents res kpeslbut will not responsible uionld occur ARBUCKLE kLETCHER vinr 18 2ioo J J r I f TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY 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 one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEX CEXT STORE Next door to Government Bldg I owe rry whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters scrofulous sores COy ered my body 1 seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Charles Hutton Ber ville Mich 1m Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Sliver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BURNAM BENNETT Bno S 1tD i S FIRM verybusinessI will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at alltimes Elmer ParrishSuccessor to Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone 32 RICHMOND KY lImar3m Coowws Sale W R Logan Assignee of the Ky Citizens B L Assn rut against B W Turner dec Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the January Term thereof 1003 in the above style cause the un dersigned will o- ilThursdays March 26 1903 between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock roll at the Court Houso door in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and beet bidder the following described propeity viz Onehalfof One House or the east half of a doublo brick house situated on the north side of Main Still Richmond Ky fronting on Main Street 8i1 feet six inches to line of IC Walker thence running from Main slr et with Walkers hue 300 feet to alley thence with alley in a westerly course 91 feet 6 inches to corner of lot lormerly owned by N B Deatherago thence with Deathurages line to Main street the point of beginning- Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 1374 53 tIme amount ot money so ordered to bo made and tli oncost hereo- fTERMSSala will bo made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judg ment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid- S E SCOTT M C M 00 Ol11l11i ioDijr B al John P Moore Jc FliTs against V PBaxter Ac Dfts Notice of Sale In Equity By virtue ofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 6t03 About the hour of 1 oclock p m at this Court Houso door in Richmond Madison county Ky being April County Court Day proceed to expose to Public Brie to the highest and beat bidder the following described property vizAll That Certain Lot or Parcel of Land situated in Rich mond Madison county Ky at the corner of B and Walnut streets the same being bounded on the north by J W Prather on the south by Walnut street oil the east by lot of J H Powell and on the west by n street and said lot being more fully described in Deed Book No 40 page 288 of the Madison Countr Court Clerks office to which reference is hereby made Said lot fronts 50 feet and runs back of equal width 180 feet Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sjimnfl203 42 the amount of money BO ordered to be made and the costs hereo- fTEBMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equal Iy Time purchaser will be required to give bonds with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force mind effect ofa judg ment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon sId property until all the purchase nosey is paid K E COtrIoCK 0 C 2 LADIES MUSLIN- S i UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot ruffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies DrawersLadies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric ruffle hemstitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25c Space will not permit of my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under andfull ThII Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY rToCure a Cold in One Day II Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Seven MUHon boxes sold in past 12 jBOBtha J DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond tor Rentf Our Store house bulB ft Two storys and basement 203 Main ttrees Richmond Ky Very best location InI city suitable for any kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tf John G Taylor Son OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash guaranteed 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 old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5t5Ii iijugs 2 OII N 5II bottles 3 2 IIju 210 Orders promptly filled PropOlderanov1yr Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho Cord Laxatfve Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents Vigorous Old Age oldfeelyears of health and enjoyment to many a life invigOratingwith health strength and happiness leadwhat George F Morse 67 years old writes WELLS RICHARDSON Co Gtntfement Just a word in favor of catchthebenefitSomemalaria chills and fever and pip which con inweightresultsPainesand after using a little I began to improve Ihadgood health and have been a well man ever MORSELroMJNS1TR DYESCOLORDriei c1aikcauIti ribbons coats 6stMnIoeIsg sTeeytiarWIlabl4au to asw ftOND This signature 25 to 49c99c 99c49c 90c 99c99c Cares Cop- LaTwoDava lIon every box 25c RH Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every day I cordially invite you to call t it R H Humphreys PHONE NO 31 A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors 0 Also a complete line 0 Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring wezr A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces ad Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second tttELLISTON MILL COlli Merchant and Toll Mills Flour Feed and Shipstuff at the lowest prices Brands Eliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Muddy Creek French Burr Water Meal Your Trade Solicited Elliston Mill Company WACOt KY A LAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspectionhd provaleJI We have b Wepreparedguarantee a 1k Perfect Fit I AND t r Perfect Finish k If you want a Suit for good solid wear it 1 py you to get one from us Stouifer Mable Merchant Tailors II The Richmond Climax J O CHBNADLT President D MILLER Manager lOOT 8 CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY MAR 18 1903 rUBLISUKDEVZKY WCDMK89AY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION JI M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON YEAlfTIIS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Announcements We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C CJIUGOlSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison ttonnty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party lOft COMMISSIONER OP AGRICULTURE- We are authorized to announce the name of MrT THEDGER of Scott county asm candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture Kiblect to the action of the Democratic party Irimary May 9 1903 IT is highly gratifying to the friends of our fellow townsman Hon John B Che imult to see the splendid race he is making for the nomina tion for State Auditor The press of the state is compli menting him wherever he goes for the manly way in which he is conducting his campaign Four years ago when Mr Chenault was defeated for this nomination he never relaxed a minute but wont right in to work for the successful candidate Since then he has kept right on winning new friends and adding to his strength day by clay until now he has an un usually strong following Mr Chenault has strictly avoided nil combinations having through both campaigns run on his own merits Like a true Democrat he submits his cause to the people and leaves it to them to decide whether 01 not he is worthy of the office to which he aspires It is quite refreshing to see a candidate like him If we hold more such as he there would be less trickery in pol itics and the vote of the hon est man wouid count for much more Mr Chenault is the only candidate for this office in the Eighth district and in his behalf we not only ask hut urge the Democrats throughout the district to consider his claims before de ciding who their preference for Auditor shall be L R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats KINGSTON Mr W C West sold his farm of 140 arres to Mr John Allen Lain for 54 000 fittle Ruby C Ternll laughter of Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill is very ill at the home of her grandfather Mr T G Witt Prof John L Carpenter took the Master degree in Masonry at the last meeting of Kingston Lodge LI F1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY REXGRASS The Great American Grass Twine =Matting J ofUsPopular Matting in Rugs and- Carpets Large Assortment to make your Se lection from CiF1BrowerCo1MAIN 1atJ I II GOOD ROADS For the CUUAZ hIt is devoutly to be wished tbat the fiscal court will do something dur ing this session in regard totbe public roads of the county Many complaints have come up during the winter over the condition of the turnpikes and not a few farmers have expressed a desire to return to the toll system All who are accustomed to travel over these roads seem to be of the opinion that there will be no turnpikes unless some tiling is done to save them right away The above clipping from the Richmond CLIMAX of March 4th Inst eon tains matter which is timely and ar gent You could nave extended tbe article by suggestion of the fact that the evil mentioned is susceptible ol correction by use of tbe remedies pro vided by law for such conditions It is a practice too common to ouiplain of tbe neglect of duty by officers of the law and then permit the subject to rest We hold good roads conventions resolute on what should be done in tbe matter formulate new road laws for legislative enactment denounce the apathy of government and do many other things on paper to accomplish the desired end but when tbe conven tion adjourns we quit work We follow the idea of the man who did hot repair a leaking roof because in dry weather there was no need for repairs and in wet weather he conldn t work But tbe time has certainly arrived when forbearance has ceased to be a virtue The laws in relation to keeping county roads turnpikes and dirt roads in good order are fully competent for the purposes of their enactment if the same are executed and enforced- If the Honorable Judge of the Madi sou Circuit Court will direct his next grand Jury to inquire into the present condition of roads in Madison county ami report to him such condition with indictments againet the persons charged with the duty of keeping these roads in proper conditionIf such indictments are proper it will be found that the road laws now on the statute books are plenty aleqtiate to the emergenty No argument is necessary and no de tniled statement of farts is called for to impress upon the people of Madison county tile truth that the turnpikes aiul dirt roads in this county are shamefully ncglfcted and that the authorities having the matter in charge practically ignore their duties aud re sponsibilities as prescribed by law There is but one remedy under existing conditions and that is to hold the said authorities to a strict performance of their duties These agents of the county accept their places and author ity voluntarily presumably with full knowledge of the duties and responsi bilities of the position No trivial excuse for neglect of duty should be al lowedNow suppose the County Attorney of Madison county at the next term of the Madison Circuit Court bring to the judicial knowledge of the Honorable Judge of said court the state of case us presented in the articles copied above with such other facts as may be within knowledge of the attorney or ot which be is credibly informed then beyond doubt the court will give in charge to the grand jury the law regu lating the subject with such instruc tions as will bring the matter to serious discussion with possibility of a remedy for the evils of which the people so generally complain- In the matter of roads as in all public affairs we should enforce the laws now on the statute books A good law is no better than an ineffective law if not enforced If there are no laws in force competent to meet the emergen cy the sooner that fact is ascertained by legal test the sooner we can move in direction of efficient enactments The people in all such matters as this need the assistance of the county press You have opened the subject and are entitled to commendation therefor Keep the subject alive S COLLEGE HILL KY March 1 j 03 BEREA From the Citizen Mrs H M Jones addressed the League of Womens Clubs at Fort Wayne Ind this week Miss Ethel Putnam who has been studying music at Williamsbnrg Acad emy returned to Berea Tuesday for her vacation The record for sale of tickets from this station for the night trains was broken one night this week when Night Agent Charley Reynolds sold 11085 worth Ilast Sunday Rev J L Sturgill pastor on the College Hill circuit filled his appointment at Wallace chapels Wallaceton in the morning and at night preached at the Second church Berea for Rev Derthick A social made up of northern people was given at Science Hall Saturday night A leather medal was offered to the best flatterer and TutorMcCnne secured the prize The sixty persons present indulged freely in peanuts popcorn and toasted marshmallows VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Mrs C E Goins is on the sick list J W Chaney and wife have moved to SpearsBorn on the 9th inst to the wife of Robert Kelley a big boy Mrs Dr Elmer Northcutt of Ificho laaville visited friends hero Monday R B Stone and wife of Richmond are visiting the family of Charley White The wife of Hiram Winkle died Monday night aged about forty years She had been in bad health for several yearsHiram Taylor of Delpba has an old coin the value of which is onefourth cent It is dated 1566 making it 337 years old Prof J T Wash closes a successful school term here Friday Prof Wash has given general satisfaction in the schoolroom and his patrons are wall pleasedOar public school building which has for some time needed paInting has been condemned for painting by Superintendent J W Wagere and the trustees have levied a tax for that purpose Farmers are getting a little impatient on account otthe continued wet weather and want to sow plant beds and break sod The grass Is u greea as ia April and vegetation of all hiads is too far forward for safety Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those KieggNewLifentghtand day cnring t1MWI1O- UllnPSIJ constipation sick heMache- and all totneh liver sad bowel tieblea Envy pteaemt Mfe are tOttlv 25o atM14t11gMerM lRf lOB CBQfAULT SAMKi A WIRKIHG FIGHT ILonlBTille Critic Mr Robert G Phillips of Elizabeth town who was at Seelbachs a few days ago is one of the most popular and influential men in that district and lila long connection as an official with the courts of Hardin county has given him a wide acquaintance Mr Phillips Is an ardent friend of John B Che naults and is confident of his nomina tion In the May primary and his election In November In an interview with the Critic he said Without exaggeration I be lieve that Mr Chenault will get practi cally every vote in Hurdin county and In the various other counties compris ing that district he has a large follow ing I am speaking now from my per sonal knowledge of tbe situation I have been all over that section and Mr Chenaults name causes as much en thusiasm as that of any other candidate for a state office The Democrats of that section are familiar with his re cord an Insurance Commissioner and they are anxious to give further appreciation of the service rendered the Democracy They know him to be a faithful party man a most painstaking and capable public official and a gentleman of Integrity I am sure that the vote in that district in the race for State Auditor will be overwhelmingly for Chenault and I am informed that he is equally strong in every section of the Stats I am absolutely confident of his nomination which insures his election as Auditor Interotmr Letttr From the len tacky Colony Ja The Sunny South DELAND FLA Mar H 1003 Editor Climax Upon a recent visit to New Smyrna Florida I found a large number of Madison county people pleasantly lo cated an follows TI Curtis and wife D L Fry and wife Miss Jennie Mason Miss Annie McKee and Mrs John Gal loway In one comfortable cottage About one hundred yards distance Mrs Dave Simmons and son Ben and Bob Cotton and wife occupied another cottage In the same neighborhood were found Mrs Gregory and daugh ters Miss Lucy and Mrs Shaw Acroaa the river near the coast were Mr Green B Tnrley Mrs Mary E Boggs end Vernon Schlegel At the Beach Hotel I found Misses iithel and Annie Heacox and brother and Mrs Milward and son of Lexington Jessamine county is also well represented among them are Mr and Mrs Demaree and Mr Mitchell of Niche lasville A very pleasant day was spent with these good people When I arrived at New Smyrna I found the men out fishing and I soon learned that you home people are to hear some wonderful bear duck fish and deer stories that will surprise even the best btory tellers like G W Pick els and J E Greenleaf Dr Frye and Mr Tom Curtis are having splendid luck Mr Turley is a little disappointed at his ill luck but wehope he will yet pull in the largest fish oi all One fish story that afforded us amusement is the following from that genialhearted fisherman Mr Tom Curtis He says he recently pulled a fish from the water that fed sven families and the remainder was carried away in a wheel barrow How is that for a flab story He and Dr Frye each killed a deer and came in close proxi mity of a bear but did not Secure Mr BruinMr Turley savs he would rather face a snow storm in Kentucky than a mos quito storm in Florida When the winds blow from inland the mosquitoes on the coast country are very trouble some but this is not frequent so that life on the coast enjoyable Ask Mr Turley about those mosquitoes when he returns home Dr Frye has entered the real estate business having bought and sold a tract of land gaining a nice neat sum Mr Bud Cotton has greatly impioved since bin arrival which will be good news to his friends He says every acre of land in Florida is worth 30 per acre for its climate alone He has not seen DeLand He rant buy land here at that price for climate nor cultl vaUon The ladies are enjoying themselves by fishing visiting and gathering shells along the beachSMrs Marv Boggs walked nine miles one day shell hunting Distance along the beach is very deceiving as one will walk miles before he realizes it Mrs Boggs accompanied me on my return to DeLand where we are winter ing about thirty miles inland A pleasant visit was had with us several days seeing this beautiful city which is tbe garden spot of the skate She said she was glad to see this part ol the state She said she was glad to see this part of Florida for it gives one a better impression than the coast country MillS Florrle Chenault is with us In DeLaud and is pleasantly located in the dormitory of Stetson University She expects to leave here the latter part of tbe month for Jacksonville and other points on her way home Ken tucky is well represented here about twentyfive towns being represented The orange crop is fine this winter and prospects are good for a heavy crop next year With best regards to all old friends I am Yours respectfullyT Land and Stock Sales J S Collins bought a carload of lions of W R Howard of Tennessee at 6 centsJames Bennett bought of J S Collins twenty bead of 1050pound steers at 33 cents Harvey Chenault bought forty stock hogs at 6a cents- Representatives of the firm of Parsly Hamilton of Tennessee were in the county several days last week to buy shorthorn stock They purchased four head of Embry La Arbuckle three of J B White four of H E Alen two of Powell Bios one of John D Harris all at good prices The same parties offered Etabr Arbuckle 300 for one cow which was refused At McIntyre McClmtocks sale in Bourbon last week horses in pairs brought S1SQ to 250 mules In pairs 250 to 3Wi cows 15 tol1 sheep 55 a head sews and pigs 30 to 57 B B Million delivered thirty hogs to Mat Shearer Saturday at 6Ucenls Newlanil Jones bought of Ravenna Harris 25 hogs for April delivery at 7 coals Mr C HJfanpin of this city tells the CLIMAX that he had a sow that gave1th to saves pigslatweek end that thre of them had L81J1RQf an lad JAwpr tOB ae but were other eWJaMi t++++++++ t1 SpECI46L4 f i+ + + +Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drub store 50c 1m D B Shackelford Co have con tracted wlih the Miller R F CoJfpr the sale of their Ranges in Madison county tf A dose in time saves lives Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures remedy for coughs colds pulmonary diseases of every sort 1m Estray A black hog weight 300 poun Is came to my bouse onA month ago Owner can have same by proving and paying charges E H WagerJ Panola Ky It you love your wife buy her a gUs range Range is sold at 2 down and 1 per month till paid for Gas is cheaper than coal No dirt no beat no smoke A gas range settles the cook problem- A gas arc lamp will give you 700 candle power light for 2 cts per hour We will put these lamps in on trial satisfaction guaranteed- RICIIIO m WATER LIGHT Co A household necessityDr Thomas Electric Oil heals burns cuts wounds of any sore throat croup catarrh asthma never fails 1m We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmondj flows this We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can CureIWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all finnnclalljnbleby their firm DruggistsToledoWholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucos surfaces of the system prbottleHalls Family Pills are the best 1m George H Linsley of Jersey City N J has just cele brated the fiftyfifth anniver sary of his appointment as principal of one of the city schools He has been a teach er for sixt3rthre3 years and is still regarded as one of the best in that region Inspection Cub Nothing Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether yon think you want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and Interesting to show and Inspection costs nothing tf I E LAx Cecilian Club Notes The Cecilian Club held its regular annual business session with the presi dent Mrs B L Middeltou on last Wednesday afternoon The main ob ject of this meeting was to elect officers to discuss subjects for the next years work and to appoint a committee to formulate according to this discussion a program for future study The Club was very reluctant to accept the resig nation of Mrs Middelton Mrs Oldhain and Miss Higgins who have so ably and so faithfully given themselves to this work for the past two years The following officers wore elected unanimously for the year 10034 President Mrs W S Oldham Vicepresi dent Mrs G W Pickele Secretary Mrs Neale Bennett The program committee Mrs Akers Mrs Kellogg and Mrs McLellan At the close of the business meeting tbe hostess had arranged a social session and the mem bers of the Book Club were the guests of the occasion These had been prepared a contest A Sheet Music Party in which all could participate with equal interest The Book Club prize was won by Mrs Smoot the Cecilia prize by Mrs Pickels Besides the club members present were Mrs Mamie Stockton Miss Florrie Bright and Mr and Mrs Ambsler tile latter entertaining In a most delightful manner with violin and song The next meeting of the Cecilian Club will be hold with Mrs H B Hanger at Ar lington Notice Louisville Ky Mar 9 1003 Thurman Grocery Co- Richmond Ky Gentlemen We have arranged with Mr to handle our Obelisk flour exclusively on your market for the present and in case you want it we will be very glad to have you buy it through him or you can buy the same flour direct from us under the brand of Ballards Lucille If you desire to do so let us know Yours trully Ballard Ballard Co Well here is another frost from Thurman on Wall street this city I wish to call your attention to the above letter sent to me from Messrs Ballard Il Ballard of Louisville Ky Now It MrIover the exclusive sale to one man so as to give him a chance to sell It as high as he likes I dont think that as long as we pay Mr Ballard for his flour at his price that its any of his busi nees what we sell it for that is if we want to put the price down In the reach of the people its our business Now we will see that our trade gets good flour at an extra low price and we will not give you any off brand of Mr Bal peoplehaveHanna so now you can initiate Ballard Ballard into that order on a small scale Now I dont say that Armour and Swift are not dmrascals for I am not a competent judge as I have not been shrewd enough to catch up with them neither have I heard of them getting a lot of merchants to work Up a trade on their goods and then take it away from all of them and turn it over to one man in order to let him control the market on it and ask the trade any price for It they like Now you can see from Mr Ballards letter that he wants Home one to pay extra for the name Obelisk as he says he will ship us the same flour under the name of Lucille Is this treating the merchant Obeliskriedfo Miss Obelisk and will have to pasa Miss Lucille up She not bEt straight goodsSflespectfullyS rail tf Joz THUBMAN T t O I is directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or der business of this firm has grown to such proportions that we are now makinga specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only Jihe best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro- iurecL Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has always 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 t affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglass CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky JKssohllon Sale Having decided to dissolve partner ship we will close out our entire stock of general merchandise at cost R L JEXXISGS Co mcbl83mo Paint Lick Ky Paper rjr Farmers 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 torn short time the subscription price has been reduced to cents per year or on trialHthree months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday and contains ably edited departments for RgricultUiistB stockmen and raisers of poultry Mrs It A Owen is among the contributors to the poultry depart ment SIn is the best authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles alone are worth the full subscription price of the paper Write for a sample copy Address The Kentucky Farmer Danville Kentucky By a special arrangement the Ken tucky Farmer and the CLIMAX will both be sent one year for 130 This price is for old as well as new subscribers when payment is made in advance Address all orders to the CLIMAX Richmond Kentucky Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J len Ballard deceased are required to prnsen1 same properly ver ified on or before Hay 1st or same wilt bo barred Mrs L II HENDERSON mr IS 4t Admin tratrix Half Rates TO New Orleansa- nd Return Via Q C Route Tickets on sale April 111213 good Return ing until April 19 1903 Privilege of extension Ask Ticket Agents for particulars ttaRae 7UP TO 2 NeD caxts and Return Via uccn fPiwtil RDute Tickets on sale May 1234 good Returning until ten days from privilegeTicket Agent for Par ticulars Richkin No 1871 K S H RIn offering th 3 services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we believe he III one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding cer tainly entitle him to rank with the best lIe combines the blood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz OH ftavine Black Squiirei and King Richard There arc few horses that carry as much of Old Peavine blood as this horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was bred on dams side like this horse being out of a mare by Old Peavine Bichkin is out of one of Old Peavine best daughters She could trot a nile in her 3year old form in 223 and only for an accidental that age would have- taken a low record Pedigree Richkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cerro Oordo Dam Miss Richmond 551 by King Richard be by Old ImpPhuetonA SlI B by oil Peavine 2nd Dam by Warren Harris Denmark 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare Description Richkin is beautiful red sorrel 10 hands high foiled April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 lbs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a small horse In jfreeding he hasnt a mean cross anlia bound to prove a superior tiro makeiaithe Jaa a Miter farm on Ha pans Mill pike Iver Creek Ky 7 miles South of RIchmond1Ky at 20 to Insure a Living COLT Money Due in alcaSES when mare is parted with or bred to another horse otherwise lieu colt is foaled AH care will be aken to prevent accidents bresen us but will not responsible si old any occur ARBUCKLE t LETCHER mr i182mCtI f t TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE 2A7 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 one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg I owe try whole life to Burdock Blood Bitters scrofulous sores cov ered my body I seemed beyond cure B B B has made me a perfectly well woman Mrs Charles Hutton Ber ville Mich 1m Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BUKNAM BENNETT Bno 1 1ef FIRM thelicrybusiness I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at alltimes Elmer ParrishSucc- essorto Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone 32 RICHMOND KY llmarSm Dmmi iDn r al W R Logan Assignee of the Ky Citizens B L Aesn Tin against B W Turner c Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the January Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the un Ierl ned will o- tiThursdays March 26 1003 between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House door in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz Onehalfof One House or the east half of a double brick house situated on the north side of Main Still Richmond Ky fronting on Main Street 8il feet six inches to line of K Walker thence running from Main stret with Walkers line 300 feet to alley thence with alley In a westerly course 91 feet 6 inches to corner of lot lormerly owned by N B Deatherage thence with Deatherages line to Main street the poict of beginning- Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 1374 53 the amount ot money so ordered to be made and tliacost hereof TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equal ly The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the forte and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid- S E SCOTT M C M C C ommi dDn r al John r Moore c riffs against W P Baxter o Dfta Notice ot Sale In Equity By virtue eta Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Monday April 6 03 About the hour of oclock p in at the Court Houso door in Richmond Madison county Ky being April County Court Day proceed to expose to Public SIe to the highest and heat bidder the following described property vizAll That Certain Lot or Parcel of Land situated in Rich mood Msdison county Ky at the cor samebiingPrather on the south by Walnut street on the east by lot of J H Powell and on the west by B street and said lot being more fully described In Deed Book No 40 page 288 of the Madison County Court Clerks office to which reference is hereby made Said lot fronts 50 feet and runs back of equal width ISO feet Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 1295 42 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TEBMS Sale will be made oa a credit of six and twelve months equal ly The purchaser will be required to give bonds with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to havethe force and effect of a judg ment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon property until tin tWpurchwe KidI is paid H E SCOTU M C SJ C CI LADIES MUSLIN TI UNDERWEAR SLadies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot ruffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc SLadies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies DrawersLadies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric raffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 99c Space will not permit of my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under andfullJ lI r OWBNMcKBB I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY J DayIISeven Minion boxes sold In post 12 BOBS J DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond tor Rent Our Store house 101x18 ft Two sloryg and basement 208 Main streea Richmond Ky Very best location in city suitable for anv kind of business lately remodeled Call on or address dec 24tI John GTaylor Son OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaranteed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5t II jugs 250 5s bottles 3 2 IIjUJ8 210 Orders promptly filled PropOlderenov1yr Stops the Cough and Works off the Laxative CordIcure a cold In one No cure no pay Price 25 cents Vigorous Old Age oldfeelyears of health and enjoyment to many a life invigOratingwith health strength and happiness Read what George F Morse 67 years old writes WELLS RICHARDSON Co ofPainestheymaySome 15 years ago I had a combination of continuweight about 60 pounds trying different medi resultsPamesiuiprolegainmg tMJdgoodMORSELEOnNvIzR DIAMOND DYES cor8DnaaeaB1ta 1Mb tdeKliJIUIW Dtretlon buck s4 4drM ss treeDLUtOKD Dnw htlll Vt5 This signature 49c99c 99c49c 90c 25c99c 25 to laTwoflays Cures Grip 11 box on everyI R H Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every day I cordially invite you 5tocall t R H Humphreys PHONE NO 31 A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors c Also a complete line 0 Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring weir A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces aci Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second ELLISTON MILL CO Merchant and Toll Mills Flour Feed and Shipstuff at the lowest prices Brands Eliston Patent Natural Prodtt1 Belle of Madison Muddy Creekl French Burr Water MeaL Your Trade Solicited Elliston Mill CompanyWACO KY A LAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting inspection hd provaU We have just received tea it riri 3R VIepreparedguarantee a IZ Perfect Fit i ANDS t Perfect Finish JZ wnIHpay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahlet Merchant Tailors e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get prices before making your purchase in this line Dont our to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicles inting and Repairing NeatlyDone Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction 1 Ct aTTa j3OTtS2I- cY e s Yo rasa Bros SECOND STREET rHONE 16- 5FRESH thoceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flourie- Richinond Climax DSESDAY MAR 18 1903 Buy you girl a shower stick tf L E Lane Dan H Breck fire Life and Ac eat insurance mar 4 4t ICahie Wafers the correct thing Land Phone 165 Frasa Bros Majestic Ranges tArbuckle Simmons LYffVMay was St Patricks and meriiis Sous of Erin were seen anD I the green Mrs IW Bales has purchased ttljt on Aspen Avenue recently steJ liy Mr Hugh McElwaine and li ne Ladies of the Christian cuurcli jliiv au Art Loan in the Collins ilding up lain Wednesday Tliura iiiJ liiday of next week The rlular monthly meeting of MiEsiimary Society will be held iftiru on in the lecture room of lit Presbyterian church at 3 luck A full attendance is desired toinp and see the heaviest the tarn the mot complete Range in market The Miller You will find sty ot tbem that have been in use Ibis city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Protective Association has recent beu organized lit Cynthinna with imrmliers Its object is to see that ganif laws of the county aro eu ejatil to prosecute those who vlo thsp laws wily not let the Richmond car s Co build your wagon Every iiii friin their shop is guaranteed ewirk is done by skilled mechanics os work has stood the test of years For Site Having sold my livery business re twu no I work mules for sale prit- e y LyrnanjjParrish mar 4 4t Cor T and Irvine st For Sate Cup lnnn of fifty acres near Hunt rknuiitv Ky for sale privately given April 1903 mar 1S2t JamesMundayHunt TK ianiftt HoUil has recently elp1aI ran accommodate the pubI wuli lodging and meals Roafiona iiitis Would appreciate your pa nag Respectfully niar4m R G Engle Proprietor IIuId Reorganized riiljuiond Silver nand which s 0111 become a thing ofother vs isi ie rmirgauized Mr F J tr Itaauinunt Texas has been- j as director and practice will arnj on regularly twice a week 1t8IJnmrs have been added to the t THe Muter Mange people tell us if iustJiifr telephones us theyfO not e lIe Milrr Range for us to Bend a Sn for it and refund the money for ey are juarUII eel from end to ellI tf H H Shackelford Co Less taxes Morefactorieu Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Nabisco Wafers the correct thing for Lunch Frasa Bros Phone 165- I3ring your butter eggs and other produce to me and get the highest market prices Jas Million Phone 293 nearLN depot If you buy a Majestic Range you willnot 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 we will make is so but such an occurence never happens with the Majestic feb 4m Arbuckles Simmons Moved to Town G W Turpin sold his farm near Red House some time ago and moved to town having rented the Shanks property on Lancaster avenue Wanted A man of wide acquaintance and good address Can make from three to five dollars per day by addressing R E S 16 East Main street Lexington Kyi No canvassing Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D CHEXAUL- TmhlStf Terrillivy Arrested for Selling Whisky Mary Jane Rose of Jackson county was arrested by Deputy U S Marshal J C Mnllins on a charge of selliuc whisky without license Her examining trial before Commissioner Bennett was held yesterday For Sale or Rent My new six room house outbuildings and 12 acres good pasture land at Waco Madison county Kentucky for rent to responsible parties or will sell Ad dress Die H T HOLLMANS Irvine Ky Good Price for Land The report published a week or so ago that Senator McCreary had sold 741 acres of land in Fayette county for 45000 was a mistake The tract contained only 581 acres and was sold for 120 per acre instead of iiO as the re port made it appear For Rent A six room cottage on cornerof North street and Aspen avenue Good stable and other necessary outbuildings For further information call on C B Hamilton It Madison National Bank In the Uty Court In the City Court this week Fannie Ballew charced with breach of the peace was fined S5 and costs Mary Ballew charged with the same dis missed Bob Gillespie breach of the peace 5 and costs William Rayburn charged with disorderly conduct 25 and ten days in jail Removals Mrs Kate Wiggins and family have removed from their rcsidenne on Hills hale Avenue to their house on Fifth street which recently burned but has been rebuilt Messrs Cap Dickerson and Wm Broaddus will occupy the vacated residence Public Sale If not sold privately before hand I will sell at public sale on the premises my residence on Oak street on Wed nesday April 8 at 2 pm Also the lot on Irvine street and L N railroad fronting 100 feet on Irvine street 59 on Elm and about 197 on L N railroai Terms made known on day of sale mciilS 4t DIns ELIZABETH CROWE We went through the ware rooms of the Richmond Carriage Company a few days ago and were surprised to see what a large stock is carried Mr Midkiff has recently brought on a ear load of buggies and from the lot the prospective buyer can choose what ever ho wants from the cheapest to the highest grade vehIcle The Richmond Carriage company always car- rie a full stock of carriages surreys buggies wagons and carts iu fact every thing on wheels tf r IE Deatherase Co SEEDSlII Seeds IIII lIL 1 SeedySoIe SEED J LIne Y tbeI treat JU ilght although you may get a few hay seed in your huh Coc J Fnrdusd a Farm Drs H R and W M Gibson pur chased Saturday from Mr R H The naugh the Reuben Monday farm containing 427 acres price paid 7 000 This landadjolns the Gibbs farm and is considered one of tbe cheapest farms sold in Madison county for years Lecture Tomorrow night Rev E L Powell will deliver his lecture Citizenship In the Republic at the Grand Opera House This will be one of the finest treats of the season Rev Powell is a ipeakcr of marked ability and is well known here where he has often ad dressed audiences He comes under the auspices of the local lodge of Elks Officers For ttts fair The following persons have been elected as officers of the Elks fair which will bo held during the week of July 13 R W Miller President E Tutt Bur earn Treasurer and T H Collins Secretary Tomorrow afternoon an other meeting will be held at which the different committees will be named and the general worked mapped out In Its New Home The Lexington Herald kept open house last Saturday the occasion Ic ing the formal opening of its now home The special edition of Sunday was a very attractive one giving a history of the development of Lexlngtoh Jour nalism and a description of the new building The Herald has been making rapid strides dnring the past few years and the future seems bright for it Getting Ready toe Work A corps of engineers began making a survey of the proposed rightsofway of the I lue Gracs Consolidated Trac tion Company along the Lexington pike last week A number of land owners it is said have agreed to donate the rightofway through their farms The railroad will probably be completed from Lexington to the river this summer Lost Lout on Saturday March the 7 1003 some place in city a roll of bills con taining about 200 mostly 5 and 10 bills and a few J20 bills had a 20 bill on out side with rubber around iu 10 reward fur recovery of same or any information in regard to same will please report to J H Allman- Chief of Police mar 11 2t Richmond Ky Richmond feople at Hot Springs There has been quite au exodus of Richmond people to Hot Springs during the past few days Two parties left last week awl another crowd started Sunday Among those who left Sunda were Messrs H H Colyer John F Wagers Joe Bush Charles Norris S W Fife Zenie Cobb John Bronston Murray Smith Dock John son and Irvine White Ftbllc Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Lancaster avenue at pm on Wednesday March 23 my residence containing five rooms and ball The lot is 7l3 feet front and 220 feet deep with firstclass stable and good garden The property adjoins that of D B Shackelford and C C Wallace Terms will be made known on day flLsale G G COBZELIUB T D Chenault Auctioneer ml82 Barbers Meet At a recent meeting of the Barbers Protective Association several new names were added to the list The ob ject of this association is to adopt a uniform scale of prices and an agreed hour for closing All the shops in town have adopted the same rules except two small one chair shops The mem bers of the association are M M Dickerson H R revis Ed Cornelison T B Miller C F Clay B F Stone Tevis Barber Shop The Last Mr Ralph Parlette humorist lectured last night at the Grand Opera House This was the last of the course under the able management oi Messrs Death erage and Woods and was thoroughly enjoyed by a good audience The pub lie feels very much indebted to the two gentlemen for haying been instru mental in bringing so many fine attrac tions here The whole course has been above the ordinary and regrets are heard on all sides that last night was the closeITne BroadJns Sale The administrators sale of the property of the late Jerry Broaddus took place last Tuesday A goodcrowd was present and everything sold well The home place was bought by Jack Willougbby at S4460 per acre and the farm known as the C J Oldham place went to Simeon Turpin at 4410 per acre Horses brought from 50 to S90 mules SCO to 125 cows40 to f61 calves S10 to 25 sows 12 to 25 Steers brought from 4io to 5 50 and shoals from 7 to 8 per hundred Corn brought 265 to 305 per barrel Ace tioneer R C Cobb cried the sale In tie Fight for Himself Our townsman John It Chenault who is a candidate for Auditor of Public Accounts made a flying visit to his old home this week He is greatly encouraged in his race and feels practi tically certain of winning lie has hen constantly annoyed liy rumors to the effect that he is fighting this or that candidate or is in combination with this or that candidate tmt be desires it to be particularly understood that be is in the fight for himself and has formed and will form no combination with others He lisa the kindliest feeling for all the candidates and desires to retain as he has now the good will of allIMajestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbucklc 3 WaIler Bennett 4 Joe S BoggsI5NBCoy 6 D M Chenault 7 G W Gates 8 O W Hisle 9 John D Harris 10THHart 11 U G Harris 12 W R Letcher JrT 13 J 0 Lackey 14 David A McCord 15 Henry PerryII16 Dr GG Perry 17 Hon W B Smith 18MB Stagner 19 Judge N B Turpin 20 Engcne Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers The above list is the number of Ma jestic ranees we have sold in the last ten months If you are not one of that list we want to make you one this year SURE It is malleable iron andwill not crack nor warp like other ranges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel you arenow using Call it Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best Raageyod ever saw A KBCCKLE SIMMONS At Home Again Little George DeJarnett who was operated on at Lexington several weeks ago came home Saturday and is much improved He is able to walk with ease and seems perfectly well In New Quarters On Monday Joe Giunchlgliani began moving his stock to his new and commodious quarters on the comer Third and Main streets Joes family will also move from Lancaster avenue to the fame building Joes stand is liked by young and old and all wish him success in his new house Injcted On last Saturday morning the L N train which runs between Corbin and Jellico was wrecked at Corbin and one person was killed while several were injured Conductor J B Douglass Eminent Commander of the Richmond Commandery Knights Templar was injured His many friends here will hope for his speedy recoyery Burglary On last Saturday night while the family were at the operea house witnessing the performance of King CuleI thieves broke into the residence J D Dykes on Third street and managed to get away with several dollars in money a gold watch belonging to Mrs Dykes The lamp which was left on a table in the han had been mored by the intruders to a mantel in the family room No other traces of them were hound A Blf Soccess The first performance of King Cole occurred at the Ginnd Opera House on last Friday nieht The house was filled with a most enthusiastic audience Mr Frank Roet of Louisville played the title role and mqde quite a bit with his clever acting his catchy songs and dances The minuet and cake walk in dulged in by about twelve couples of young society people was highly pleas lug 10 Mr Moon song chorus and dance led by Miss Marguerite Dykes was especially fine The costuming was very striking The entertainment was gotten np under the able management of Miss Kato Strauss of Louisville and the proceeds will go to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary It is not known exactly how much was cleared but quite a neat sum The Four Kile Road The Madison Fiscal Court will con vene again today having adjourned last Friday on account of the illness ol Judge N B Turpin One of the most important questions before the court this week is in regard to the Four milt road An appropriation will be asked for to macadamize 4 7 miles of this road from tho city limits to the Nolands creek road Surveyor S Parrish has made a survey of the road which will be submitted to the court He says the road can be improved at a small cost and when completed will be of in estimable benefit to the county The Four mile road is one of two dirt roads entering the city tbe other being the Third street road It runs from Ir vine street to a point just beyond Otter creek where it forks one road running to the mouth of Four mile on the Kentucky river and the other to College Hill It traverses a good section of the county most of the distance Would Not Marry A Chicago dispatch on Monday says With only six months te live accord ing to a physicians statement Will iam Evans decided on his wedding day not to marry the girl of his choice who oven then was waiting for him to ap pear at the residence of her parents where relatives and clergymen had assembled The bride that was to have been is Miss Zera Zimmers Instead of appearing at his fiancees liuse Evans sent a friend to explain his motives He said that he bad not been in good health ior some time and on the day before he was to have been married he consulted a physician who told him that he had consumption and would not live more than six months He said that beIwas going away in hopes of regaining his health and if successfulwould return for his bride Mr Evans is the son of Mr and Mrs James Evans of Bra sfield and Is well known in this county He left here several years ago to engage in the railroad business and rose rapidly in his profession Forsome time past he has been a bridge inspector on the Chicago Alton railroad Appropriation Cut Down The executive board of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary asked the Madison Fiscal Court for an appropriation ot 1200 this year to care for the county patients This was the amount ap propriated for this cause last year how ever the present courtdecided that this was too much for the coming year and so cnt the appropriation in half mak- Ing it 600 If tins appropriation Is accepted by the Infirmary board it will be the best i vestment that this or any other county ever made In speaking of the liberal appropriation made last May the CLIMAX said that this was not a charity the county was aiding but a plain business proposition an investment which gave liberal returns Before the Infirmary was established this work cost the county thousands of dol lars Since then it has cost practically nothing The institution has been kept up by the good women of the city and county all these years and it has sometimes been a hard matter keep it going It costs money to run an insti tutiob of this kind and it cost more now than ever before The cost of living is higher and the nurses salaries are higher Yet the benefit to tbe community is far greater than the cost It is to be hoped that tbe magistrates will consider the matter In a business way for to clsse the Infirmary now would be a calamity indeed MATRIMONIALBUTNERItowLErrMr ner and Miss Nannie Rowlett both of Caleast were married in this city Wed nesday PQUTWOODPENFEB Walter Port wood and Miss Sallio Penfer both of Valley View were married at the residence of Green Stocker last Wednes dayNsvDyLRllYIr Albert Newby a prominent young farmer and Miss Lucy Curry daughter of tbe late Obe Curry were married at the home of the bride near Valley View Thursday BLACKMILLER The home of Mr Alex Black 01 White Hall Wl the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday when Miss Acbsa Black and lion J S Miller of Knox county were united IB marriage The ceremony WAS witnessed by the relatives of the bride and gloom and a few invited friends The bride who is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Black ia a most cultured and re fined younjr lady Mr Miller Is Judge of the Knox County Coart and w one of the leading politicians of Eaetera Kentucky Immediately altar the care tnony a lnneh on wan served after which Mr and Mrs Miller Wt fur their home in Biwbouwvllte J i Every Article In my store is Fresh and the Prices will more than please you Phone 298 Near 1 N depots Jas Million DEATH OwinsJohn Owens aged 22 years ion of David Owens died at his home near Red House Monday of typhoid fever Burial yesterday in Richmond cemetery SMrrnMrs James Smith died at her homo near White Hall Sunday ifter a lingering illness consumption Mrs Smith was a native of Knox county and was about fortyfive years of age Decides her husband she leaves many relatives in this county who mourn her loss The remains were taken to Barboursville for in terment Monday COYLE Mrs Fannie Coyle died on Monday afternoon at her home on Second street after an illness 01 less than a week Just one week ago this afternoon she cas stricken with paraly sis and lingered until death came with out ever regaining consciousness De ceased was 73 jvars of age and was a type of noble Christian womanhood Her burial took place yesterday after noon at Flatwoods cemetery with ser- vIces at the grave She is survived by two daughters Mrs John Butner and Mrs James Fri rd and several grand children PARKKS After a short illness of pneumonia Mrs Elizabeth B Parkes died on Thursday night at the home of her daughter Mrs W W Watts aged E9 years Mrs Parkes was a daughter of John Buford a revolutionary soldier who at the close of the war came to Kentucky to make his home Mrs Parkes was married early m life to John W Parkes who was one of thelead lug farmersofthe county Deceasedwas a member of of Madison county chapter of Duughters of the American Revolu tion She was a true devoted Chris tian a woman of rare intellect and conversational ability that made her a most charming companion Sue is survived by five children Mrs W W Watts Mrs Fannie Smith Mrs Nannie Embry Messrs J B and John W Parke of Paint Lick to all of whom the sympathy of the entire community is extended The funeral was conducted by Rev Mr Reynolds at the home on Saturday afternoon LUXON Sunday evening just as the shade of night began to gather and the twilight hour reigned over all na tore a soul wended its way to the reat beyond and the sad news was tent out that Mr W E Luxi Sr was dead He had been a long but patient mutTerer his illness dating back for many months and sine the early part of December he had been confined tools bed All that medical skill could advise and loving hands do were unable a stay the ravages of the disease so until the end came he bore his suffer ing with true Christian fortitude De eased was born in 1835 on the Isle of Guersley England When a mere child his parents removed to this coun try locating at Lexington Ky When about twenty years old Mr Luxon lame to this city where he has since resided In September 1867 he was married to Miss Sallie Ballard daugh ter of Capt P P Ballard For years Air Luxon conducted a restaurant on Main street in the store room now oc cupied by Covington t Banks but for ueveral years past has devoted hIm iielf to farming He was quiet and un assuming in his manner He was a de voted and affectionate husband a kind indulgent father and a friend as true us steel Besides his wife he is sur vived by four children Mrs C C Wallace Messrs B H and W E Luxon Jr and Mrs R L French Jo all of these tenderest and deepest sympathy of hosts of friends is ex tended lhe funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon at two oclock at the residence by Rev Hugh McLellan after which lila remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery fa his death the community has lost tin upright honest and useful citizen Peace be to his ashes CBUTOHEK That most treacherous of all diseases pneumonia took from our midst after an illness of one week Judge T B Crutcher who for one of his ago was recognized as a man of a vonderful physical makeup The at tack came so suddenly and death so Soon that it is bard to believe but that Judge Crutcher still mingles with us No man in Nicholasville took a deeper interest in the commercial welfare of our town than be always advocating that which would bring to tho front the best interests of the people Judge Crutcher was born in Jefferson county Kentucky February 14 1831 and was the son of Norval and Sallie Pollick Crutcher A few years after his birth his parents moved to Jessamine where he had lived continuously until his death May 2 1854 time deceased was married to Miss Price cf Nelson coun ty seven children being the result of that union John A Ben A Lizzie P Sallie P Thomas B Carrie N and Fannie all of whom are living except iSallle P who was married to Judge R F Peako of Shelbyville in 1883 and and died at Bedford in 1890 Jndge Crutcher had reusived a good educa tion from the common schools and after teaching for a whllebegfin a mer isantile career in which he continued until 1881 He was in the revenue ser vice under President Cleveland Judge Orutcher never sought any public of lice but in 1892 the position of Police Judge was tendered hint by the Board if Council which he filled until his death and was a terror to evildoers He was for many years and at the time ijf his death president of Maple Grove cemetery was greatly interested in edu iational matters and was president tom many years of Bethel academy and at lie time of his death was president of lilie board of curators of Jessamine in lttitute which institution through re lipect for their honored dead attended lie funeral tna body For fifty years he deceased had been a member of he Baptist church and was for many tears one of the most active and influ sntial members at Nicholasville In iSM Judge Crutcher became a member- f time Masonic fraternity and was piaster of Hart lodge No 10 Nicholas IriUe at the time of his death For fifty one years he bad been a member nctJIvejremnrkable coincidence ia Judge utcbers busineaa lite He had been be renter of box 32 at the postoffice nnce his business relations with the- own The fuueral which was one of he largest ever seen in Nichotasyille was conducted from thBaptist church Wednesday afternoon by Rev I B Hmberlake after which the burial ser flees were in charge of the Masons aa Md Fellows said were mont impre Svely concluded at the cemetery Thi floral offerings were beautiful and SOBJH of tb xlesigng were quite liftndaoine eineJO1trnal Dan Breck will Insure your city or county propertyfire lightning and cyclones mar 4 4t RELIGIOUS The regular services of the Epworth League will be held Sunday evening from 630 to 730 It is desired that all the members as near as possible will be present BIRTHS GIBSON Mr and Mrs JohnR Gib son are receiving congia ulaions over the arrival of a daughter at their home on Lancaster Avenue theIproudestof twin girls at his house on last Thura day morning PERSONAL MM Emma Fife is visiting In Lex ington Mrs C M Shearer is recovering from her recent illness Mr Thompson Hamilton was in Cia cinnati last week Mr W R Shackelford is at home from a southern tourIMr and Mrs H B Hanger were in Cincinnati last week Col D W Tribble visited relatives in Stanford last week Mrs B L lliddelton is the guest of her parents in Shelbyvllle Miss Laura Mellon retnrned Monday froin a visit to Mt Sterling Mrs James B McCreary in at home from Hot Springs Arkansas Mrs Lucy White is at home from an extended visit to Louisville Mrs McDonald of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J Stone Walker Mrs L J Frazee of Lexington has been in the city for a few days Mrs Phoebe Shackelford of Paris is visiting Mrs J T Shaekelford Mrs M C Kellogg is able to be out after quite an illness from mumps Miss Mabel Let ton went to Lexing ton last week for a visit to relatives Mrs Ida Welch Scott of Nicholas yUle has been here for a few days Miss Julia Higgins is the guest of Mrs George D Hopper in Stanford Mrd A R Burnam of Frankfort hiss been visiting here for a taw days Miss Goodloe Burton of Winchester has been visiting Miss Curraleen Smith Mr Robert Eo Little returned Sat urday from a delighttul trip to Mexico Mrs Elmer Deatherage has as her guest Mrs AE Gaugh of Lexington Mrs S Parrish is in CampbeHsville the gueet of her daughter Mrs T J DavisMr Clarence E Woods is at homn from a months sojourn in Columbus OhioMrs Robert Miller is the guest of her danehter Mrs James WIn at Win chesterMr M Pope who travels for John son Bros Cincinnati spent Sunday at home Mrs James Bennett as In New Or leans attending an Equal Rights Con ventionMiss Mary Gat wood of Mt Sterling is the attractive guest of Mrs J M Poyntz Mrs John Turley line had as her guest her sister Miss Pendietou from WinchesterMrs Dodge is at home from a months visit to her son in Jackson villa Florida Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard of Dan ville attended the funeral of Mr W E Lnxon Sr Mr and Mrs T J Smith attended the performance of Ben Hur in Louis yule last week i Miss Bessie Riddell of Irvine is the pleasant guest of Mrs Neale Burnett on High street Mrs Pattie Allis of Paris came over to attend the funeral and burial of Mr VELuxonSr yesterdaylotRobert Pogue Miss Mattie Smith has returned Item a delightful visit to Miss Louise Kauff man Lancaster Miss Agnes Conrad and Mrs G W Jones of Kansas City are guests of Mrs A C Scanlan Mrs Dudley Tribble attended the funeral of Hon Richard P Stoll In Lexington Saturday Mrs Allen Kenney of Danville was a guest here last week and attended the performance of King Cole Mr Sidney V Rowland of Danville has been mingling among his numerous friends here for a few days Miss Carlisle Chenault is entertain lag Miss Ethel Witberspoon of Ver sailles and Mr Ase Chinn of Lexing tonMr and Mrs Harrison SImrall of Lexington came over Friday and at tended the Old King Cole perlorm anceMiss Katie Wilson returned Monday to her home in Estill county after a short visit to relatives here and in the countyDr F Uurnam of Baltimore has been spending a few days with his grand parents Major and Mrs C F llurparnIMiss Judith Tudor of Irvine en route home from a visit to Ford stopped and took in Old King Cole Mr B K Duncan and family have removed to Mt Sterling where Mr Duncan has accepted a position with Oldham Bros Miss Eugenia Jones has returned to her home in Kansas City after spend lug several weeks with her sister Mrs A C Scanlan Miss Edna Schlegel of Richmond Kywho lias been herp for severa weeks visiting Mrs G C Francis has returned home I x Herald Misses Tlilie Tribble aqd Helen Ben nett are expected home this week from an extended visit to Mrs Paul Collins at Fairhaven Washington Mrs John Hooe Raaselland little eon have returned to Huntington W VaI after spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps Mrs Louise Elgin cf Georgetown is with her daughter Mrs H G Turner who has been seriously ill for the past week but who is sow slightly im provedMrs AD Roach cane ap from Louisville to attend teMOld King ColeIperformaac Her little daugh tea Pauline was quite an attraction IB her fancy daei e MiXarySednor Waco bs gone to Cae CRy Col for M ex tended risk ta her beetlwf Mr Willie Joe Serl vBer 8h wt atoo tipMwliOltM time vftti Mrs JJM M Ceeby Mr Hfttvey tMw fea rt Ei Spring Suits For Boys Our entire time and attention is devoted to boyst andments wearing appareland as a result we show by far the largest variety newest styles and best values in Madison county Among our Spring Suits for boys age 3 to 16 are the latestI=L oi 1 Sailor Norfolks Norfolk Yokes Sailor Blouse J tJ tr aB5grL tf 4gf atggtE5BT V r r93tXaf J and Single ancHDodble Breasted Suits tr1 rvrel7 II Jof beautiful rich CasimeresrSerges and Worsteds made to fit tJ A right by tailors skilled in the art of boys clothes making Prices AV areforI X i Fine Suits 250 to 600 i- T eheaper Suits Down to 85 eents sJIFor Older Boys 1 and young men up to 20 we show a fine assortment of Suits correct in fit style and If J workmanship at prices ranging from 400 to 1500 Anda wide variety of Shoes C Hats Caps Shirts Collars Ties etc for boys ofages all andsizes Let us clothe YOUR boy f f f f f GOVMTON BANKS I- c OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS e cently become a citizen of Conway was here Monday If Rockcastle hind a few more citizens like him ve would not have to watt to strike oil before wo could have a boornMt Vernon Sig calIMr and Mrs J W McGarvey and Miss Rey and Mr Earl McGarvey will go to Lexington the lost of the week to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs J W McGnrvey Sr which will be celebrated on the 23rd of this month Announcement We take pleasure in an nouncing to the Public that the regular ship ment 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 of years of ceaseless ef forts by some of our own 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 f1t 3m- c0t 8 SasVtt This coal is clean of slate and dirt and is Large Block Coal Buy it and your coal hIlls will be reduced onethird to one half and you will always have a fire all night Also Red Ash Jellico and Manchester coal Feed Etc Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky S White Vests are all the goI 4Get in the swim We carry the largest and most complete line in Richmond f f Health Meanse Wealth Come and enjoy the excellentIi results derived fromIPhysical e Culture Sure cure for Insomnia Indi gestion Constipation Nervous II I1CSSICurtis Adams Physical Director Studio over Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings StripesIngrainsTHREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents Up1 Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from f e Yee ces Geo M Willgfng209 West Main Street SingIeBreasted I DoubleBreasted Full DressICustom Made Nothing Shoddy Prices 2OO to 400 fJ ff I j Gldthing L Made to Order i1L Fit and satisfactionguranteed Over IfiQQ n 5 J samples to make your selection We guamntee 1 V to save you from 1 to 5on every garment r Take a look at our show windows r g RICE ARNOLDMaIn Street Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL OAAD- SATTO18 JtI MILLER ATrOENETATLA w KICUMOMD KKSTCCKT OOice n tbe Burnm Building next door to rmtri National Bank Ieb3ljr I SIJIJIV- AN ATTOBNKYATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofllre over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street r J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTfUiVKY AT L4W KlCHMO Office on bccuiiii tlcL WhiL Its grocery W R LETCH ER- AttomeyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY trr Rros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY xhceln John Bennett old law office over piHjy iThomas drug store 1rtstcLL18b Oi J1SON GIBSON tZi iIi Iitb 11 RLt HWU KENTUCKY Ovt tilt Dr Hibsoa buifdiufc MiuStrcet fIr C J1S PEll 1Ii 01 1II x rc a W V 1Z oj PHYSICIAN AND KDRUKON RlLtiMOND tTOCK 0 VasirS to u tAIrs IL OYance U 0 steopathicPhysicians Bute Bank t Trust B IE- Iiioniture furnhil on application COltlSJLs ION PEE OF4it hY Cf OaUuVuve L toistm IJBIfTIST op Locisvimt Kr Balldlnga1lchmSDdnoTl7ly V M Blanton 5DENTISTi- Oce in Bennett Building IJsnly TELEPHONE 198 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 11 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure DIgMts what you oa- tATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main etreet 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 Socond street 29janlv RICHMOND KY OnsMinute Cough Cure Per Ceuflto Colds and Creup t Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it kingsNew For C8NIIUHPTI01lOUOtl8 11A Cure Perfect I58cFor All Throat and ILung Troubles Money back It fails Trial Bottles freeI TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire rerce Weare pleased tostatethat it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckie t Simmons R chmond Voarrv II Hamilton Waco O finntl Rd House J W gtrs Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin John btapp Newby Burton Roberts1RuthtonJ W J W Prewitt fottonburg L A Wtarren Paint Lick- Wallacer C McWharter ton BicknerEarl JT Coy Dont let everybody take aly up and kiss him The latter is most injurious and the former dangerous He may be strained hi lifting by unaccustomed hands and he etinlywlI not like it Next to the Proper Test omps the proper glasses W can do wtut n wit h reifHd to til tet s C Mi GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so largr and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old ctacd ly STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine BTAWDAXD GJLUIS LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mike lock and chain stitch Two machines in one Rnn as silent ns the ticking of lIghteranfeed r machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball hearings 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 manufact ure sewing machines from 15 up Call on our local dealers and be convice- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERSRickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th st Cincinnati 08mo CliMAX SI A YEAR f WE GO WEST VIA i Memphis Kansas City or Chicago Through Service of the Very Best to OKLAHOMAICOLORADO NEW MEXICO ARIZONA OLD MEXICO AND THE PACIFIC COAST Tfce Very Uwest Rates for Ute Cetewfet and lilies I P SACW 8H1 AIL IMWAM WtLY 31 East FewM it CMdH tl 9 M ENt lIt eekerJSE0 LEE LP TALAtt f Gambling Ranks With the Worst VicesIJudge Parkers charge to the grand jury at Lexington was characterized by the judges accustomed earnest ness when impressing upon the minds of the grand jurors the duties which devolved upon them as well as their responsibilitiesHe general terms of the want of respect for the law and intimated that the people themt1ves were partly responsible fur the condiuun by encouraging a false public sentiment He expressed the opinion that if grand and petit juries did their duty a great many crimes whice are now charged to Fayette county never would be committed and intimated thatjuries were partial when meting out pun theIpoor friendless being punished when others with money and influence were al lowed to escape There is novice more de structive to young manhood than gambling It stays the foundation of manly charac ter and virtue Lawlessness in this insidious shape has in the past seemed exempt from pimishment The liw SLYS it slum nut bees mpt Htatshsdl be vigoroualypuhished When the law is violated openly and constantly by one class and this is known to the people gen erally it lessens the respect ofall other classes for the law ibetf and encourages others to become lawbreak ers Asubscriber once got a dun through the postoffice and it made him mad He went to see the editor about itI and the editor showed him some of his ownone for paper one for coal others for wood groceries mill feed flour dry goods milk bread andseveral others Nowf said the patient editor I didnt get mad when these came because I knew all I had to do was to ask several reliable men like you to come in and help out and then I could settle all of them When the subscriber saw hoW it was he relented and re newed Moral Never get vexed when asked to pay what you owe for the other fellow may need the moneyEx change A noted humorist had often petitioned the council of the town where he resided to fill up a mudhole near his house but without result One night lie heard a spluttering noise and sundry ejaculations unfit for publication and going to the door he found a respected member of the town council floundering about in the mud holeGood evening sir l am glad to see you stirring in this matter at last and he closed the door and left the poor councilman to extricate him self the best he could Since the recent agitation of the tempeiance question in the United States Senate Mr Clark of Montana has come to be called The Walking Speakeasy Theruleagainst selling liquor in the Senate enforcedtutin his pocket a smalllooking but capacious flask of fine Scotch whisky He never takes luncheon alone but al ways invites a colleague with whom he shares the contents of his flask before they begin their midday meal GracelulWomen Dci InseparaSIsfrom The scent of the violet or rose is ni whosebreathetfjoythemthcpleasure of her fragrance to xis as a permaucuC blessing The soft fragrance purityhealth goodtasth FIELD5Feraaie ia the lunar periods jn woman permits of no wrinkles pale cheeks or isNaturejsomething else and call it just as good deceivedSrOurtreTttt WUDFKU KSUUTMt 1M ATLMITA U ir 0 BOYS IW TEn We want a boy in every town to work for us qf ler school hours and onSaturdaysOver now at the work Some make 1000 to 1500 a week ANY BOYtho is willing to devote a few hours each week to this workcan cam many dollars selling SaturdayEvening Among neighbors and relatives He can begin at once Absolutely mousy required to start Write us today and we will send the first weeks supply of ten copies free These are sold at 5 cents each and will provide capital to ordcrthe next weeks supply at wholesale rates 225 in Extra Cash Prizes Next Month Booklet copIaininKpIiotoKraplisof some withIcUersThe Curtis Publishing Company 465 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa v A Beautiful Present delights the ono who givoi it as much the one who receives 5t Any article selected from our large and varied stock of handsome Christmas and Wedding1 Presonts cannot fail to de light both giver and recipient YIJAGEK has OH display a beauti ful collection of presents inthe way of WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE- and many other things to delight tho eye FJ YEAGER SECOND STREET Among the many singular provisions in the will of Prof Sylvester Waterhouse of Washington University was a bequest of 25000 to that institution which shall not be available until the year 2000 and not then unless the prin cipal and interest amount to 1000000 He gave 5000 to the Missouri Historical So ciety in 190J with the under standing that the principal and interest must remain untouched until 1950 It Saved His Leg- P A Danforth of LaGrange Ga suf fered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that 3ucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in live days For ulcers wounds piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by all druggist lui A strike of four hundred bricklayers which has been in progress in San Francisco for seven weeks was ended when the Builders Association signed an agreement to pays the men 6 a day for eight hours work double pay on Sundays and holidays and time and a half for all over time Tetter SaUltheum rind Eczema The Intense itching and smarting inci tent to these diseases is instantly by applying Chamberlains Eye and 3km Many very bad aso Java been permanently cured by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles and nippleshllppcmd chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Dr 1118 Condition Powder are just what a horse needs when in bad oudition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food bnt medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Pric 25 ents per package Senator Tillmau of South Carolina was recently plung ing along through a driving raiustormwithoutan umbrella or any other protection from the wet When he had almost reached his home a negro coachman ruffled up in a rubber coat and a rubber robe shouted to him from his stat on a carriage Say boss will you ring the bell of that getdownwet With the water running in a small rivulet oil liis hat Senator TJllmaii said a few things He did not ring the bell After all expenses repaid for tEe1eat Columbian Exposition ii Chicago in 1893 the sum of 450000 remained moneyisbthe stockholders who will get a dividend of 45 cents on each 10 shane The cityof Chi cago will come in foi23500 of the entire amount l rliIThem was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Hospital In the course of a few moments a agonyThereon 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 her left 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 everIfreely and confidentially given to every 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 OTTOSOtf SAVED FROM A SURGICAL OPERATION have died you could to last had to in and of after concluded E am your live and to any Otho medicine brought by E else Stick to he that you is to MrS aavice INFLAMMATION TIlE CURED THE KNIFE MRS wish to gratitude restored and happiness E Compound brought into hail suffered years with at the time of and did not what the until doctor it inflammation of the and operation weak and sick felt could not and told that not undergo it The following week read in the paper of Vegetable in such emergency and decided to try it Great joy to find that actually improved taking two kept taking it for ten weeks and at the end of that time cured had eighteen pounds and in excellent and am U great success you have best Miss ALICE North Treasurer St Benevolent Association FO IT cannot the oJ4lnalleUera and above testimonials which will prom 3 I JU their absolute genuineness Lydia Co Lynn A TEXAS WONDER DISCOVERY One small of Halls Dis cures nil kidney and bladder troubles gravol diabetes seminal emissions vrenk and lame aid all irregularities of the kidneys auo bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small is two treatment and cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole ufacturer 0 Box St Louis Send testimonials Sold all druggist and Owen Merchant Richmond 1CKKAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear Sir have used OUfi bottle of the Texas Wonder Great bladder weighed 160 when usinc if to day pounds and feel better than in twenty years and cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jiu Iv JoiixA RIDDEL Nearly His A runaway almost ending fatally a borrihla ulcer on leg of B Orner Irankiin 111 For four years it all doctors and all remedies But Itucklens Salve had no trouble to cure him Equally good burns bruises fikiu eruptions and piles a all drug stores 1m 35 Majestic Ganges sold in the last 10 months froci times we the first one Every one we have has helped to sell others Call and examine it anti we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect Rango feb264m Arbuckie Simmons FINEINST0 FLORIDA Florida Limited Chica go and Florida Special Superb Serv ice without change fromftliica ro Indian Cincinnati Louisvle Jacksonville aijifl Augustine Oa 5cih 1 ar 1a eSe l ti These ns tire the Fin est fastest lltheSouth nld carry cars i Observation cars Drawing j0flfl Sleepers Cvnipartiett oars and Clul r rs liiindi mely illustra ted liberal pre descriptive of FlOtill land sorls Fa etcmldross anlageut of the Sout rllilwar or KyCJou18vjle Loniirs VegetableCompoundI will tell how I hardly walk was unable sleep or eat Menstruation was irregu1ar At I stay bed flowed so badly that gothroughU I received a little book yours and reading it I to try Lydia Pinklianvs Vegetable Compound and I now a well woman I shall praise medicine as long as I also recommend same one suffering as Orrosos Iowa June 9 19 U Follow the record of this and remember that these thousands of cures of whose letters are printed in this paper were not about something else but by Lydia Plnkhanis iVegetable Compound the Womans Remedy for Womans Ills Those who refuse to accept anything are rewardeo a hundred thousand times for get what they want a cure Moral medicine Best write JfinJuiam for OF OVARIES WITHOUT DEAn PINKHAM I express my for the health Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable has my life I for three terrible pains menstruation know trouble was the pronounced ovaries proposed an Ifelt so that I sure I survive the ordeal I him I would I an advertisement your Compound an so I was my I after bottles I I was I gained was health now You surely deserve and my wishes BAILET 50 Boulevard Atlanta Ga Francis d R F E If we forthwith produce of OUUU K flokham Medicine MaS HALLS JiREAT bottle Great covery removes back rheumatism bqttle inonlhe vill man P 029 Mo for by McKee 9 I Halls Discov eryfor kidneyand trouble I pounds I began I weijh 17G I have I Forfeits Life the J Grove defied Arnica for 25c the putout sold made Pullman apolis and to St a tra and dining For Oers suffered I my the I- wasMns MnnoE women constantly great women they know signatures Cheap Home in Texas and Arkansas Along the Cotton Belt Route laud that can be bought for 2 to 5 an acre and upcttover timber ground that makes good grazing land furnishing range ten or eleven months of the year farming land for corn wheat oats cotton some of it peculiarly adapted to quick growth and early vegetablesplum s strawberries tomatoes potatoes onions cabbage melonsfinding good market in the north at fancy prices on account of excellence of maturitythanideal place for the man of fuelcheapbuilding ing seasons short mild wintersa land of sunshine youiteraturecountryHomes in the Southwest Glimpses of Southeast Mis 1Louisianawith a Camera Fortunes Vegetablesand truck growers journal On first and thirdTuesdays of each month the Cotton Belt sellonewayticketsfrom and Memphis to points in Arkansas Louisiana and 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