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I i 4 it c i i THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL I 1903 NUMBER 45 q I IL00K OUT jpring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled vvitha new andcomplete line of the latest novelties in i1 Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in r endless variety Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths c in the Latest Designs DONT FAIL TO SEE OUR Clothing Shoes and fiats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices tS t e have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying o O 1 Tin Entire New Stock f 0 J G we were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line We have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to cover losses Call and inspect our stock and be convinced that we can save you money Our Motto is to please Very Respectflully lACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets COME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cheapness Tin not be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the b ir ods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound eg i istical but we have the goods Here are a few articles Eircry knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks le box T uspoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c Ti le spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each Kmve and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c We have now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc hit we are offering at astonishingly low prices You should ca and examine these goods before making a purchase In orir to close out ou- rST2 0 5rs ak te0 w rcw offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20e Jumpers 2i ami 25c Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of jFiiMir Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar piMs you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STOREOp- posite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 0 Big Hill Coal Co c ORLANDO ICY Shippers of t AInlte Goalt j+ + + ++ + + + + + + Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i r gratt without any attention Iti tJ +4 +++ J lTh 2 u Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITTJRELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits Dning Room and Kitchen Furniture r We guaranteed save you money W ecprdially invite our country friends to callr make our store their headquarters r h We Mustc t Y please Our success depends upon it andthereai sonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried Jq7s1JOPLAI4 thone 79 DaT1 l Ight647 IUd clnga Specialty RICHMONpKY q W Evans JE Jm 12r III IN KENTUCKY Judge Mulligans Famous Poem The moonlight lal1l the softest In Kentucky The summer days come oftest In Kentucky Friendship is the strongest Loves light glows the longest Yet wrong is always wron est In Kentucky Lifes burdens bear the lightest In Kentucky The home fires burn the brightest- In Kentucky While players are the keenest Cartts come out the meanest The pocket empties cleanest In Kentucky The sun shines evtr brightest In Kcntucky i The breezes whisper lightest In Kentucky Plain girls are the fewest Maidens eyes the blues Their little hearts are truest In Kentucky Orators are the grandest In Kentucky Officials are the blandest In Kentucky Boys are all the fliest Danger ever Highest In Kentucky The blue rns3 waves the bluest In Kentucky Yet bluebloods are the fewest 1 In Kentucky Moonshine id tlioclearest By no means the barest And yet it acts the queerest In Kentucky The dovenotes are the saddest In Kentucky The streams dunce on the gladdest In Kentucky Hip pockets are the thickest Pistol hands the slickest The cylinder turns quickest In Kentucky The SClIII bins urg the sweetest III Eiiiutky i The thoroughbreds are the fleetest In Kentucky Mountains tower proudest thunder peals he loudest The landscape is the grandest And politics the damnedest In Kentucky WIIU APOLOGIES The railroads are the fleetest In KentuckJH Passenger trains tIlf neatest In Kentucky i If you wish to travel fast Use the Henderson first and last You dont want your time to wnnlt Thats the road that makes the haste To and thro Kentucky Young Plants Every fanner knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same andseed may seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with youngplantssame care but some grow big and strong while others stay smanandweak Scotts Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty Childweakness often means starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion real1yferds- mgY gives the growmg strength Whatever the cause of weakness and failure to grow finditpIeSoett at Xsss IlK frlIOia11 THE OLD RELIABLE t H O 4 bAmNG c I POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS MrJ SUBSTITUTE Trouble Started by Editors Mexican Dog Corbin News The other day just as we had got tom fortably seated in our sanc tum and the reverberating cry of copy had died away we collected our faculties for an article on Femine Heroism A whole retinue passed before our mind Deborah Penelope Joan of Arc Queen Elizabeth Mrs Carrie Nations etc But while we were forming into wellrounded sentences the heroic deeds of each one a terrific screech reached our ears from the sidewalk just by our door Thinking that the fire alarm had been turned on or that murder was being committed in our village we dropped our quill turned over the paste pot and made for the street On reaching the door we saw two spry maidens of about thirty winters perched on the top plankof the fence holding an arm full of skirts and other female apparel They were shouting 0 you ugly thing you horrid creature go away now do At first we could not realize what was the matter but we soon discov ered that our new Mexican pup had playfully treed them He stood barking with all his might looking just like hew s skinned and greased He evidently had never seen a real American girl and those two maidens had never seen a Mexican dog We whistled him off andassured them that it was only mine little tog gie Tbey were soon per suaded to come downand proceed on their walk By this time we had forgot ten the cause of the distur bance and were watching thu town heroines disappear down the street Suddenly from the composing room we heard a great commotion On run ning in we learned that that infernal dog had chased tiny mouse from under some rub bish and it had scampered near one of the girls who was at work in the composing room She was perched upon a tripod screaming It went under there She had pied a whole stick of type and wasi in eminent danger of tumbling down and breaking her neck We drove the dog ouii and helped her down a lthE time thinking how often are our hopes blighted We had been in good tune for an article but that dog and the in constancy of human naturE had spoiled Jt all We gave the dog to the first farmer that came along and resolved never again to say a thing about the heroism of woman A Great Sensation There WHS bltiiisatjout in Leea4 ville Iml when W H Brown iii that 11t1Illcovery for consumption lie writes r endured in sufferable agonies from Asthma but your New Ji8coverv pave rntji iinuiedmto relief and soon thereafter effected a cimIete etire Sirnilaf cures of consumption Ineunioniii bronchitis and grip ore numerous Its the peerlesH remfdy for all throll tJQIDr L Forbes Winalow founder of the British Hfs pital for Mental Disoraar- and one of the greatest Irying authorities On lunacy is r nine He is a lineafdesctend ant of Edward Winslow firs Governor of New Plymouth who left England inthe Slay flower in 1620 v Senator Frye once refused to write his reminiscence a magazine declaring himself opposed to the telling by pub lie men of tleouf4x1 RICHEST WOMAN In the World is Said to be Frauldin Krupp The most wealthy lady on earth is undoubtedly Miss or Fraulein Bertha Krupp the eldest daughter of the late Herr Krupp the famous Ger man gunmaker This young lady is heiress under her late fathers will to property valued at 75000 OOOa stupendous sum for one little lady to possess The geat gun factory the plant machinery and acres of valuable property in the neigh borhood of Essen become hers and it is believed that their value amounts to fully this huge total But Fraulein Bertha will inherit another giant sum of money upon the death of her mother Frau Krupp for it is estimated that Herr Krupp accumulated during his life time a fortune of notless than 150000000 Little Bertha will find her self in the enviable position of being mistress of a dozen magnificent estates through out Germany coal mines and iron mines of her own to look afterto say nothing of huge interests in numerous mines dotted throughout Spain and GermanyOver workmen are hammering and perspiring in the Essen works turning her steel into gold and the 150000 inhabitants of that town are dependent on her for their livingBe3ides being the richest she is the busiest little woman in GermanEx Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were ono mass 01 jointsirun but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all the eoriis and gave my skin the rihglow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition Into my brain Geo A Williams Uoxbur face covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head supp ra ting swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured per fectly by Botanic Blood Balm gores all healed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running EspeciallystageImprovesweak kidneys Druggists To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter lm Secretary Cortelyou is one of the few remaining men in public life who affect the pompadour style of brushing the hair Fifteen or eighteen years ago it seemed as if all mankind had the pompadour craze When Pompadour Jim came on the stage every sport that was a sport wore his bristles rampant The style is very becoming to Cortelyou It enables him in serious reflection to run his fingers harrbwlike over his head without disturbing its contour When President Roosevelt visits the Rocky Mountains this spring he has expressed his desire to climb Mount SJiasta the giant of the Sis kiyous which towers 14410 jfeeb above sea level YMCANotes John Lake county Dept Sscrelarr was a visitor over Sunday assigtinjr in the county work Kirkeville Associcttoti repnrlsihter eating meeti njfs each Wunday A Christian in Business Is the Bnbectvfor the nienB meeting Sunday Some 6od tftlka may bp npectcd The county secretaries rif Central t1VersaUles The Star of Bethlehem An interesting discussion is now on among English sci entists with respect to the Star of Bethlehem A London cablegramto the Chicago InterOcean says David Forbes hazards the supposition that it was the comet called Halleys comet which has an interval of approxi matelyseventyfiveyears ten months and six days It was last visible in October 1835 and will probably there fore be seen again in 1911 Halley who saw the comet in 1682 predicted its return in 1759 Several reappearances have beer observed Pom peys defeat of Mithridates in 152 B C was signalized by one appearance Josephus mentions another at the de struction of Jerusalem about 75 A D Mr Forbes contends that one of the returns of the comet between these two dates must have been about the date of the birth of Christ Some months before the birth the wise men saw his star in the east The comet would then be on its course toward the sun on its return six months later it would be in the zenith above Bethlehem about the end of December If the subsequent dates are computedit will be noticed that the comet was apparently fifteen years out and should have reappeared in 1820 instead of 1835 Mr Forbes surmounts this difficult by remarking that ii was not until the sixth century that Dionysius made out the present chronology and that he then made an error of fifteen years which became stereotyped This year therefore should be 1888 EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save the Reader Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions see that have the amber hue of health The discharges not excessive or in frequent Contain no brickdustlike sediment Bonns Kidney EiJls will do this for you Thoy watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mr John Z lleis City Auditor residing at 731 Robert street Newport Ky says A man who has never had back ache or kidney complaint in any of iii many forms can ecarely gaugetlie mis ery a sufferer endures who is annoyed day and night by this far too prevalent trouble To all such my advice is pro cure Doans Kidney Pills and take ti course of the treatment The result of the use of three boxes proved to mo that the remedy is np to representa tions and deserves my unqualified ir dorsement For sale by all dealers Price 5Gc FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other lm Camp With Regulars A dispatch from Washington says It is the intention of the war department officials to haveall the state mi litia this year at the camps of instruction with the regular troops There will benostate encampments as heretofore Secretary Root and Gen Cor bin will soon begin the prep aration of a comprehensive program whereby the reor ganization of the militia will be taken up The plan is pro posed to give the militia the benefit of instructions from the regular army officers Arrangements will be made for the transportation to and from the instruction camps This work is being formed in connection with making ef fective the Dick militia bill passed at the lastregularses sion of congress Instruc tion camps are now located at Fort Riley and Chickamauga Parkand two additfojal ones will he selueted A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind needIl JlhlIilialillco andliesIred Onl25 at all drnir tiores Irh The Rev George IC110r risi a Baptist preacher of Cleveland in addressing the Young Mens Christian As sociation the other daj ex pressed the opinion that a thief might enter heaven but he had his doubts as to the ability of a dull preacher to get there Gen Fitahugh Lee referring to Virginias proposal to place a statue Of Robert E Lee in the national capitol says heJLthinks they should hOPor Wahikon the sue cessf ul as w tps Lee the defeated THE BUSY BEE CASH STOREOw- hig to the great rush of business has been compelled to get their buyers off to the markets again for the third time since they moved in their new building on Main Street andalready the store is beginning to fill up with new and attractive merchandise in every department The eagle eyed buyers for this great store are searching all the mar kets for pretty stuff and every train that arrives brings us boxes full of the very latest productions in all departments we handle Our handsome new store on Main street is indeed a Every department is chucked full of new goods and low cash prices we are naming on new uptodate stuff is the talk of the entire town and county Our Shoe Departmenthas been enlarged ands very complete The prettiest Ladies Footwear to be had in the city is being shown in our Shoe Department Ideal Kid French heel Shoes Oxfords and Slippers are among the many attractions shown Our Mens guaranteed patent Corona and Ideal Kid warranted notto break and a new pair if they do They are made in all upto date new styles Our Misses and Children Shoes are the best in the city The low CASH prices named on them are sending them out by the dozen pairs Look through our Shoo Department and save money Just received and put on sale an elegant assortment of Schloss Bros = CLOTHING = The workmanship in the building of this Clothing the fitting qualities and quality of goods is second to hone in the United States No uptodate dresser can afford to miss seeing this line of Clothing Oar low prices guaranteed 6 O DeparturGoods Department has been enlarged Our Wash Goods Department is alive with new stuff Our Ladies Tailormade Suits and Skirts are the talk of the town Our Mens and Boys Hat Department has been improved Our Notion Department is crowded to overflow ng with new Nevelties and pretty Neckwear etc for ladies and children r i OUR AMERICAN LADY CORSET is the best Corset sold and we are showing all the best styles made in them Try an American Lady Corset for Style Comfort and Fit Have a look at our pretty HOSIERY for Ladies Misses Children and Men They are the prettiest in the city Our prices the lowest In The Domestic Department you will find best Calicoes at 3ic Indigo blue and black Calicoes 4c Best Brown Cotton 5c Quilt Lining good quality 4c Best Tobacco Canvass 2c Green ticket Lonsdale Bleach Cotton 7ic Masonsville Bleach Cotton Tie Fruitof theLoom Bleach Cotton nc Good Apron Ginghams at 4e Dont forget that we have moved to our new and elegant store roonr on Main Street opposite Court House where we have nice accommodations for all our customers and friends and where they vill all be greeted with a cordial welcome to our new store Very Respectfully WD OLDHAMBUSY BEE CASH STORE MEAT MALT i THS IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LtnSsruSe Ky Januarys MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky GcntlemcuHaviexac nedyourMeatand Malt preparation and eg thoroughly acquainted with Its composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it Ia an cticntnervc and blood tonic It excites the appetite and hiTijorates digeslioD and is beneficial innenrom prostration and atIdicascaattemIed with debility Yours truly LDKttSTENBINE MD XonhrUle College of Fharmacy KIEKT A MALTCO Louisville K We see that D B Shackelford Cos customer have made him put in a big stock oj Millers Ranges They try to net what peoplewill have tf pjEDFOR BUCKDRAUGHT N1IPATONca- nstipa hsnothing more a do 1fl the bowels andnothin leastlianvital relievedIfcould realiz that he is hsteitonstiati invites alt kind o contagion jHcadaches bilious ness colds many otter nil nienta dusa ar when consti patetibow are relieved Thed thoroughly cleans out tl bowels an and natural manner without tho vielentBe sure th it the orini- nat Tbedfoi Ig BfkDranvht- made by Th Chattanooga Mdi clue Co Solil druggists la 25 cent and 100 1561lcaotretbttook uedittOrthe1tIeaT ottfr luJUre I thlaV 1 toU eYerbeaworknIthatttntreoust lehiff troubW with Istg1 Xe1I1LL c Bargain eenter 0 MY NAME IS TlfURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys 80 li1z 4 SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago L R Blanton DEALER IN Goal Feed Salt Sand Lirne Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main andBStreetsallr301yr Phone 85 ++CALL AT + + JONES MERSBON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation kaaiae Sarataf Water Kept o Tap PhoneS Second St Tetter SttRkei atiti Edema laddenttoanaSkinhave been permaaeaUy cured by it It is equally efficiaat for itching piles and soronlppleschapPand curouio sore eyes 25 cts per box t arejusteoaditiOB Tooic blood purifier and vermifugSi Tj cy ara not food but u diciaa ants best in UI39 to p t k hon i kMM eeMitQi Prim 111 Nothing has ever equalled itNothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings DiscoveryL IA PerfectCure I For All Throat and Lung Troubles g Money bad If It falla Trial BOM free 4 Louii k tIc niihQ t DAILY EX SUNDAY TSAINS LE4VB SICHJIDNDJ- orVerMll LouJsvPIe JLairrencebanr8I La IIt1C14 IbnUle p 454YorMiupm TRAINS XSBTVK MCH UONDj Froi LoeUrtlle LezIaon 4bd Us51a ft 1CCIrfom1uerp Ceki3SaC X owNiio4e Mgr XlrtJk fI The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Preiident A D MILLEB Manager ROBTSCHOWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 1903 I PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Bt The Climax Printing Co lucorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON ATEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE announcementsFOR We are aathorited to announce FJ PER INS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C GRIGGSaa a candidate for Jailer of Madison County to the action of the Democratic partyiWe are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County aub Sect to the action of the Democatic party I MR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE- We are authorized to annconce the name of Mr T T UEDGER of Scott county as a candidate for CoznTlstloner of Agriculture tubject to the action of the Democratic party Primary May 9 1903 Frcftlliott Reslrns It is with much regret that the entire community will learn that Prof Milton Elliott resigned in January the presi dency of West Kentucky College and accepted the presidency of Kentucky Classical and Business College of North Middeltown to take affect in July 1903 For reasons best known to all concerned no pnblic announcement has been made of this fact until now Prof Elliott has had charge of We l Kentucky college for eight years and has had the largest school in the history of this institution It has prospered under his efficient management and has attained more popularity and rep utation than under any previous ad ministration Prof Elliott is an ex cellent edncator has unusual execu live ability and is a Christian gentle man of the highest type lIe has been tireless in his efforts to promote every iiterest ni the college mill his influ ence for that which is ennobling and iievating has left its impress on all with whom he has been in contact thus Mayfield sustains no small loss in his departure ills charming talented faintly so popular with all will be sincerely missed and will prove attractive additions to North Middletown being admirably equipped to adorn any social position Mayfield Monitor Yle For The CLIMAX The short article in the CLIMAX of March 25 is incorrect 1 did not attend ihe banquet in Louisville in honor of lresident Hadley on March 23rd 1 did not belong to the class of 30 but to that of 40 ten years later Our venerable countyman Gen C M Clay as now the oldest graduate of Yale now living but one that is the venerable Thomas M clark Episcopal Bishop of Rhode Island Gent lay belonged to the class of 1S32 Bishop Clark to that of 1831 The tri ennial catalogue shows that the class of 1840 of which I was a member numbered 101 Of these all are dead except 14 The last member who passed away was the distinguished lawyer and Statesman Gen Charles It Iiigersoll of Connecticut He was a most accomplished gentleman and would have adorned any station in the gift of the American people In the last annual catalogue I see that Madison county is represented by for young men Messrs Embree 1osco Osborne and Hunting all from the Berea neighborhood To me this is most gratifying because the influ ence and spirit of the grand university ut New Haven are thus shown to dwell in the hearts of our people and to en rich with their blessings all our homes C F BUKXAM Cf Brower COil LEXINGTON KY Our Splendid Spring Collection of t Wall PlIlfPJceIf Is now at its best We are now showing Many New Ideas Many New Artistic Decorations- Best as to Assortment Best as to Style and Colorings Best as to Prices 7 Good Work Low Prices Prompt and Courteous Service is what we have 7 to offer at all times Let us give you an estimate on your work Y CiFiBroerCoij MAIN AND BROADWAY a LlEXJNGTGN Y a tl ++ 44++ 4 4 4 r SPECIAL 1 ++++ +Belling out to quit business Richmond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 tf Oome and see the heaviest the best and the most complete Range in the marketThe Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this cJty for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottlo of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicine chest Heals burns cuts bruises sprains Instant relief 1m The Garnet Hotel has recently opened and can accommodate the pub lic with lodging and meals Reasona ble rates Would appreciate your pa tronage Respectfully mar 4 3ni It G Engle Proprietor If you buy ft Majestic Ran e you will not have to telephone us to come and take it out as the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory we will make isso1 but such an occurehce never happens with the Majestic fcb 25 4m Arbuckles l Simmons Dr Hobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Its the little colds that grow into bi colds the big colds that end in consumption and death Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Dissolution Sale Having decided to dissolve partner ship we will close out our entire stock of general merchandise at cost R L JENNINGS Co mchl83mo Paint Lick Ky nine Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chenault Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered atSilver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn IJUBNAM BENNETT BnO For Sale An extra good milch cow Jersey tf W G POWELL New Millinery Miss K V Schmidts new stock of spring milliner has arrived and she invites her friends to call The trim minK department is in charge of Misp Stricken of Cincinnati an experienced trimmer Main street with T A Robinson jeweler mch25 3t A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Wood Bitters is the natural never falling remedy for a lazy liver 1m farm For W One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes IK miles from rail road station and poatoffice Excelrent improvements all in grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easyE EVANS apr 1 tf Red House Ky S 1e1 SAor FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to calland 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 all times Elmer ParrishSucc- essorto Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone RICHMONDKY IlmnrXm Magistrate Appointed Mr Thomas W Turpin has been appointed as Justice of the Peaco in the Elliston Magisterial district to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Squire S II Lane The new Magistrate is one of the most prominent men in the district and enjoys the friend ship and confidence of all Squire Tur pin will assume the duties of the office at once Easy week at the Infirmary Dr Joseph Price of Philadelphia who was called here last week to see Mr T D Chenault Jr spent several days in the city and while here performed a number of successful opera tions at the Patti A Clay Infirmary When it became known that the famous specialist was coming numerous applications for operations were received so that he was busy every hour ol his stay Dr Price highly complimented the ladiesof the Infirmary Board on the way the Institution was conducted and said that the citizens of the county should be proud of it While in the city Dr Price was the guest of Dr C H Vaught To Meet At Uiksville The spring meeting of the district and county officers of the Madison Sun day School Association was held at the Y M C A rooms Saturday afternoon for the purpose of making plans and arranging for the county and district conventions to be held this year It was decided to hold the county conven tion at Kirksvillo and the date was fixed for July 29 The program recommended by the State Secretary was adopted with such modifications as are necessary to meet the especial needs of the work in this county It was left to Prof L V Dodge to make these changes in the program The dates of the various district conventions were fixed also The Richmond district will meet on the night of May 6 Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness remEdiesDearnesdition of the mucous lining of the enstachian tube When this tube is in flamed you have a sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness IB the result and unless the inflammation can be taken put and this tube restored to its nor mid condition hearing will be destroyed forever nino cases out of ten are nothingbutcoos services We Will give One Hundred Ddliars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send fpr circulardifree 0SotdHulls Family Fills re the beett D Ijt Shackelford Co have contracted with the Miller R F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county Auctioneer tfIMy services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank J Trust Company or by writing T D CIIEXAUIT mhl8 tf Terrill ivy Nabisco Wafers the correct thing for Lunch FrasK Bros Phone 165 TO OtniB A COLD IN cum DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Report Ot the condition of the STATE DANK TRUST COMPANY of Richmond No 108 and 110 West Main Street Madison County Ky at close of business on the Slit day of Decem ber 1902 RESOURCES Cash on hand 27828 23 Checks and other cash items 1965 23 Due from Banks Hankers etc 65455 78 Commercial and other piper owned 330159 61 Loans upon call with collateral 0 Time loans on collateral Loans secured by bonds and Jfore 33500 00 Investment Securities owned in eluding premiums on same viz- Stockr Bonds etc 18000 00 Mortgages 0 Real Estate less encumbrances 21000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 4tH10 Overdrafts ooti IJI All other Assets not included in above Totil5S063470tJABILJ Capital stock paid In15Oooo 00 Surplus Contingent or Sinking Fund 7500 00 15750000 Undivided Profits 00 Less current expenses and taxes paid 00 Deposits subject to checkJ3M729 37 Deposits specials 00 Exclusive of all Trust Funds 353729 37 Due to Banks Bankers etc 8578 06 Dividends nnpald 00 Commercial and other paper or se curities pleddged for mones borroed 00 Bills payable Including Certificates of Deposits representing more borrowed 00 Other liabilities not included under either above heads 3547 27 Total 520654 70 SUPPLEMENTARYA- mount of Trust Fund viz Mortgage J 2SOO 00 Other Investments 10FOO 00 Uninvested cash balance 3080 77 Total Trust Funds 15880 77 Liabilities upon bonds as surety etc None Indemnity heldfor liability as surety None Due from insolvent banks bankers etc None Amount of auspendeddebtslncluding overdue loans and protested pa pers secured 43875 80 Amount suspended debts including overdue loans and protested pa per unsecured 12SU 65 Principal of Mortgages and Judg menta upon which sat Interest is overdue six months None Date when balances due depositors DeposUorLedger Amount jit discrepancy if any with nsneral Ledger 34983 Date when outstanding Certificates of Deposits and Cashiers Checks were last compared with Ledger Same ount of discrepancy if any with total iihown None Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder or any person company or firm including In the liability at the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of capital stock actually paid In and surplus actually on hand None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid up capital stock None Does amcunt of indebtedness of any nerson company or firm includ ing in the liability of the or firm the liability of the dividual member thereof exceed 20 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No IssCOUNTYR N TURLEY Cashier of the State Bank and Truss Co a Bank located and doing busi ness atNo 108110 West Main street in the City of Richmond Ky said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of said Hank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1902 to the best of his knowledge and belief and nrthersays that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secre tary of State of designating the 31st day Dec 1902 as the day on which s ich report shall be made R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by R E Turley Cashier the 9th day of January 1903 C II CBENAULT NotaryPublic It E TURLEY Cashier J A SULLIVAN i JOHN R GIBSON rnaxrcvons J U POWELL A Visit to the Richmond Carriage Works will convince you that we can serve you as never before The hand somest line of cni rinses phaetons bnegies road carts etc over displayed in Central Kentucky here awaits your inspection We will not only please you with the style and finish of our vehicles but will make the price so as to suit your means Our vehicles range In prices froin38 to 200 and such l eauties were never placed on sale before in Richmond Every vehicle guaranteed be as represcuted Give us a callRichmond Carriage Works mch25tf S L Mldkiff Prop Richkin No 187121 S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have 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 He combines the blood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz Old Feaitae Block Sqoltrel and King Richard There are 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 Jlichkin is out of one of Old Feavines best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3year old form in 225 and only for an accident at that age would have taken a low record Pedigree Ri hkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cerrd Gordo Dam Miss Richmond 5JU by King Richard he by Old Peavine out of Phoros by Imp Phaeton 1st Dam Lee Wood 2330 A S H R by Old Peavine 2nd Dam by Warren Harris Iranmarfc 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare DescriptionRichkin is a beautiful red sorrel 16 hands high foaled April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 Ibs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a small horse In breeding he hasnt a mean cross and is hound to prove a superior sire Tmakee1msat the Jas B Miller farm on Ha gans Mill pike Silver Creek Ky 7 miles South of Richmond Kv 420to Insure a Living COLT Money Due in nil cases when mare is parted with or bred to another horse otherwise when colt is foaled All care will be taken to prevent accidents or escapes but will not be responsible should any occur ol ol ol ARBUCKLE LETCHER RICHHONTi KENTUCKY mr 182mo Interest You Certainly we can Every farmer and housekeeper in Madison county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Plows And other implements necessary to the cultivator of all crops and to the housekeeper we call atttention to our line of to 5 a 5o1 eOOt Stos And other kitchen funniture Our line of Hard ware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you We carry the goods you must have and will interest you if you will call and get our prices before placing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated 51Q Da r 5ay Da which is the finest andmost durable vagon on the market We make a specialty of Tin Roofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tin ners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us quot you prices and we will make of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR = BROS Regarding Womens ApparelA The feminine world is occupied with thoughts of springand among those who know the mind naturally turns to this big store with its many attrac tive values Ours is an Assortment as exclusive as it is rich and varied one in which every woman will find just what pleases her fancy most The materials are absolutely correct The garments are distinguished for style ele gance and tastefulness The prices are remarkable for their moderateness We cordially invite the ladiesof Rich mond to pay this store a visit It will be revelation and a pleasure Kaufman = Straus and Co Lexington Ky Central Kys Greatest Department Store is directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carrie by the Main street butchers The mail or der business of this firm has growh to such proportions that we are now making a specialty ofrour Who1sale3epartment Our constant is to pleitse our patrons and to do this we slaughter o the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with tjie greatest care and has always given perfect sjitisfiiction We carry Vegetables Fish and Qys ters hi seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky Well Named Paint Thepractical says the marl who storms at X the weatherbecause the V paint on his house wont a the storms could live a life of sun shine by using Pattons y SUNPROOF Paint Patton SunProof Paint gives double the service of allwhile lead or an f ordinary paint It is made of the most perfect combination of paint materials to stand the seferest trial the sun and weather an give it Guaranteed to keep its gloss and wear well for five years Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINTCO Lake St Milwaukee WIn FOR SALE BY George M1 Willging Wall Paper Paints 0 COMING W H Harris Famous Nickel Plate Show rJf Will Exhibit At Jf Richmond 6v Da 6uv TUESDAY APRIL 7th A IOOOO PAUADE FEATIJR A Team of Magnificent Siberian Camels 10000 Den of Perform ing Lions 100 Horses and Ponies 100- Mi Wm Melrose Greatest Rider The Melletti Jlamily- Equestriansand Arielists The Tenne Acrobats and A host of funny Clowns and Fame Free Street Parade Daily lXam The Popular Price Show in the World trwo Performances Daily at 2 and 8 p m Doors open one hour earlier Location East Main Street A LARGE VARIETY of goods is here your and ap- provaLs We have just all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are to serve you as never before We a 0 aJ Perfect Fit IaAND Perfect Finish I It you want a Suit for goad solid wear it will pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Talors Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates to CALIFORNIA i the Daily to April 30 1903 Only line runnifrg through persond Jly conducted excuion Sleepers Louisville to California Tew Mexico Artona and Texasir painter weather Glass Americas Somersault Family of Tumblers Leapers Tumblers of Established Largest waiting inspection received prepared guarantee 0iAnd Northwest Special Low Oneway and Roundtrip Rates in effect Tuesdayin South and Southwest Arkansas Indian TerritoryOkIahoauand One Far to New Orleans and ReturnI April U to J3 J903 For Folder und escriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive f lands in the South and booklet on New Orleans and thr ugh tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address clkWHARLOW D PAJt T I + U1SVHIYt v LADIES MUSLIN L UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot rufflij 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 Gowms V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck ami elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburgruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from Space will not permit onefourth of Muslin Under 4 I = = flII Main and First iI t a in I Take Tablets JSeven REffion bores soli in post lit months DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond OLD JOE Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be purer It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs100 per gallon 10 bottles S3 5II jugs 250 5 bottles 3 2 jugs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky This signature 49c99c 99c 49c 90c Ladies Drawees 25c99c 25to99c ofmydescribing readymade andfullImh Icor OWEN flfflIjSTUCKYI To Cure Cold One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine WHISKY 1inon I box25c R H Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every day I ordially invite you tocallt e R H Humphreys I PHONE NO 31 A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here L You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a can we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goodsp In white in black and in colors r Also a complete line 0 Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring wear A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs SwisEes and Laces and Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second 0 ELDERS S BARGAIN TO1EjEIiN 1IJ We take pleasurein announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods Prettiest line of i White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing S esand Mi1hiL L 8 ioo rx tJ ever shown in thii city Call and inspect diMine and be convinced that weican save you money Xi1t Y irIuIuuIIlIr 4 r I J tktfUnTSuOO Sr ttQ to the Cash T- radeELDERE l It Are Ready To Talk Busines rOur line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get I our prices before making your purchem this line Dont to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the I latest thing out in a vehicle j- ainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a callwe guarantee satisfaction TkwvtaMka Carnage MDoxVs TQ1II rasa Gros SECOND STREET PHONE 165 FRES1I- I OroceriesENTS Soquet flour ie Richmond Climax DSESDAY APR 1 ieeaf- luv you girl a shower stick II L E Lano E tTiir dinner Monday with tni- pti t ladies Majestic Ranges IArbuckle Simmons Mrs Louis P Todd will have 81I needle work Tuesdayning f fancy rIT E few here in this issuo will bend the quarterly statement of the te Hank and Trust Co TuylT Broathe hardware mer its have their spring announce Lnt i another column Read it SeuiNg out to quit buiucss Rich md Ten Cent store Store fort aprltf The ladies of the Baptist church givp the court day dinner in the eke building up stairs ii J White and son announce that ir fine boar Cal Burgin will make israson at their farm near town at caeh He is a thoroughbred Poland tna no better in Kentucky His tost 100 The ladies of the Baptist church II give a court day dinner next Mon r in the rooms over B W Turners ire As spring is here it is time to have ur Id vehicle repainted and over ulpj and made as good as new We do the work at prices that will sur Istnm Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkiff Prop Tae Miller flange people tell us if ust iner telephones us theyVo note tLr Miller Range for us to send a iKn fur it and refund the money fore are guaranteed from end to end tf D H Shackelford Co Notice to Shoe Wearers Mr F IwFranken representing The Itr shoe Co will be at the Glyndon atr on Friday and Saturday April 3 Hwith a full line of samples of us Womens arid Childreus foot ar A cordial invitation is extended tV people of Richmond and vicinity enj And inspect thorn during that ne POTTER SHOE Co Cincinnati Ohio Sa r t li n keeltug by buy zagiod Gas Range Build n hap xeaioin m col ct mforta e kt en which ia the usual starting iltit of tbearly troubles of lovea Irtflin You can cook better P c ianer live cheaper and fare tt J vou use Ois for fuel in a good a4 Rnrtfe If you want to know more TbeyJ Less taxes More factories Votefo Dr Hobson for Mayor Ir Selling out to quit buuinea Richmond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 U Taklaj a Rest Capt Phil Price the popular conductor oil the Stanford train has been enjoying n vacation at Hot SpringR Ctipt Jot Arnold lies had charge ol the Uncle Henry in his absence Soil By the Commissioner The Hays property on East Maui street opposite the colored graded school was by the Mauler Corn missioner Friday and was bought hj the Richmond Building Loan As sedation thl1 piie being 5000 Grat Sport The fishing FCiu nn has opened and every day a score or more of local sporti mn may he found at Lake licba All who have been out say that tun fishing there was never better than It is this season Eli OseKin circus The Harris circus the biggest and best onering circus on earth put up very interrstitig and attractive parade today and gave a performance this afternoon at the show grcunds to a very big patronage The circus is a fine one of the oldfashioned onering variety Richmond Iud Palladium May1k Sold Privately The Coizoliua property on Lancas ter Avenue which was ollered at pub lic sale Wednesday but was after wards withdrawn was sold privately aturday Mr 0 C Wallace who owns tire property adjoining was the purchaser The price was not made Known Will fe Goof Elza Bro ddus colored who waS ar rested at Valley View last week on a charge of disturbing public worship was tried in the County Court Satur day and fined 50 and costs Broad dus went to meeting a few days ago and while the services were going on he got very gay much to the annoy ance of the other worshippers who la ter caused his arrest Notice I have accepted the agency of Chas A Stevens of Chicago readymade department Can furnish yon in any thing in the ready made line such as tailor suits silk shirtwaist suits silk coats waists and underwear I have just received a large quantity of beau tiful samples from which to select Call and see Miss Emma Golden In Hobson building Have rubber tires to take the place of the old wornout steel tires now on your vehicle We can make a now ve hide out of your old oneCaU and get our prices and we will convince yon we are here to do business Richmond Carriage Works mcb25 tf S L Midkiff Prop Family Reunion A family reunion was held at the home of Mr John D Hamilton of Un ion city Monday the occasion being Mr Hamiltons sixtysixth birthday Twelve of his children and fourteen grandchildren were present and all spent a most delightful day All of Mr Hamiltons friends wish him many returns of the pleasant occasion An Opening One ofthe grandest millinery open ings vyill be that of Mrs Ella Farley and Miss Helle March on April 3 and 4 with the latest styles and novelties Miss Louise Johnston an accomplish e trimmer of Indianapolis will be in charge assisted by Misses Beulah Million and Nannie Summa All are cordially invited to attendand inspect the prettiest lino of millinery ever shown in Richmond Over Busy Bee Cash store Public Sale If not sold privately before hand I- will sfll at public sale on the premieee my residence on Oak street en Wed nesday April 8 at 2 pm Also tho lot on Irvine street and In If railroad Fronting 160 feet on Irvine street 69 on Elm and about 197 on L N railroad Terms made known on day of sale mcbl84t Mns ELIZABETH CKOWK O 4et SEEDS t JISeeds L All kindssof Seeds In fact we are rather SeedyJ So if youwant to buy anything in the 3 t SEED II Line r tbef treat you right although you may get a few hay trJ seed in your hair iii Ei Deatherage CoI Pastwaje lUcowstograzeat25Q PasturePrUt QJWbiteSoii Goes to the Hotel cftyeditorHotelGlyndonfield who left for Cincinnati last week Fair ConuaUtm The subcommittees recently ap pointed by the executive committee of the Elks Fair Aassociation will meet with the committee tomorrow after noon at the Elks club rooms Tim meeting Is called for 3 oclock RELIGIOUS There will be no services attho Catl olic church Wetlnesduy night Rev Mr McMillan of Georgetown hun been called to tile pastorate of the Baptist ctlUrc o Union City Trial Today William McGnire who was bronxh here from Illinois by deputy Jamei W Wager lat t week will be trkd In time county court today on the chaigi of Illegal talw uf liquor The trial was set for Saturday hut was postponed There are nine indictments agaius him r BIRTHS TAYLOR Dr and Mrs Vaidy 111 y lor ofItCO are receiving cungratula tipns ever the ai rival of a Quo sn TtmriN Horn to the wife of G W Turpin a son on last Vednesda- yLACEEYTO the wire of Mr Jay Lackey on Monday March 30 a fine boy Given Homes Mr fLY llarvin agent for IK Kentucky Childretis Home Society was in the city Wednesday and took away with him four small children who will be placed in comfortable homes One of the children was El mer Gill a bright little fellow about five years old who has been living for several years with a Mrs Hudgins on East Main street It is not known whore the boys parents are His lath erwos sent to the penitentiary in 1698 to servo o two years term since the expiration which he has not been heard of The other three children were 15 al lingers from Berea Their parents whereabouts are unknown County Court Notes James and William Munday execu tors of time estate of David Munday deceased filefl final settlement- C D Samnels renewed his bond as Coroner of Madison county with C T Samuels and W F Powers as sureties Mrs Mamie Chenault qualified as guardian of Archie and Waller Chen ault her minor sons On motion P D Harvey was ap pointed administrator of the estate of Klbridge Harvey deceased and en tered into bond with J S Stapp as surety J S Stnpp J H Jones and Dr E T Runyon were appointed appraisers of the property of Elbridge Harvey On motion Miss Mollie Turpin was appointed clerk of the Madison Quar terly Court Harris shows Here The World famous Nickel Plate shows arrived early this morning and have pitched their tents at McG nns Park JOT today They gave a splendid street parade this moruing which was seen by large crowds all along the line of march Despite being here after a holiday the afternoon performance was well attended and not one dis senting voice could be heard from among the large number who attended Tho educated ponies horses mules and elephants give a remarkable per formance The show is given In one ring where all can see all that takes place and is much more appreciated than one of the three ring kind The acrobats gymnasts aerialistsand riders were good They give another performance tonight and those wanting to see a firstclass show should not miss this oueTime New Era Lancaster Pa of May 31 DEATHS MiuKBMts MaryPoe Miller died at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville lust Wednesday aged seventynine years Mrs Miller was the mother of Jr W O Roberls Mrs E L Pearce and Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller of yjuiaville and Mm Bertha M Smith of tins city- RossoNMra J Bailey Rosson died Sunday after an illness of peritonitis aged 26 y arsMra Rosson was formerly Miss Ruth Terrill of this county laughter of MrrDin M Terrill Since her mairiage she has made her home in Florida Her funeral was hold yesterday at the family residence at llog ersville thence her burial in the Richmond Cemetery GLENNS Wilson Glenn a memo ber of the senior clasj of Centre Col lege died at Danville Monday after an illness of about two weeks Mr U toxin was a son of Mr Henry Glenn of Bowling Green and was well known here having been a student in the uni versity before the consolidation lie was preparing himself for the ministry and expected to enter the Louisville Seminary in the fall ILCrcrouoLnat week ft was our pleasant duty to herald time happy news of the birth of a lovely little daughter to Mr and Mrt William Langford This week comes our sad mission to toll the death bell for the JUUeeoul has taken ita flight back to its Maker hay ing lived jutt one week The sympa thy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved young parents whose first fond hopes are thus blttrly crushed ROBERTS Mw Mary Jane Roberts died at her home in this city last Fri day afternoon She had been in a criti cal condition for some weeks and sev eral days before the summons came her lifo was dispared ot Mrs Roberts was the wife of the late Ellsba Bob erts and was one of the best known women of the city She leaves two daughters Mrs It Heimbaugh of Texas an3JJni James Scott of Flori da and several grand children Time banal took place in time Richmond Cemetery Monday afternoon GOODLOE Major William Goodloe one of the most prominent citizens of Danville died at his home in that city Tuesday after a weeks illness of pneu monia Major Goodloo was born ia this county in J837 but moved to Dan vllle early In file He was a prominent Mason a veteran of the army and a leading Republican in politics During the war he served in General Frys command as Adjutant He leaves ono brother Judea John D Gosdloe of this county and msiater Mr Ili Hi Simmons of OweflBboruf r A Memorable Occasion Hon J1 Sullivan Thrice Chosen Exalted Ruler of Richmond Lodge B P O E Hon lA Sullivan who has for eighteen months been Exalted R lerof the local lodge of Elks was given a surprise last Friday that will long and participatedinAt the annual election of officers the only name mentioned or even con sidered was that of the present distinguished incumbent and so earnest and positionproteatnot hear to it and after a weeks considerrtion on Mr Sulhvans part and finding the lodge even more resolute than eve to confer the great honor upon him he consented in a feeling address to the members to assume the grave respo sibilities and exacting duties ot the office fur another year Not a soul was aware what his decison would be hence the tension was so great that when he finally said I WiIIlhe lodge cheered anti stamped with genuine delight Allunknown to Mr Sullivan his brethren had planned regardless of his decision to present him with a testimonial of fraternal love and gratitude for his sacrifice and devotion to the order Accordingly when order was restored Mr Clarence E Woods on behalf of the entire lodge presented Mr Sullivan withe a diamond jeweled Elk charm adding that the only fault his brethren found in their otherwise model presiding officer was that he was a bachelor anti had no wife to whom the lodge might farther pay its tribute of grateful regard by bestowing upon her a trunk of silver Inasmuch as ho was in total ignorance of the intent of his brethren thus to remember him his surprise antI confusion ard the emotions arousedin his breast manifested themselves in an affecting manner when the Exalted Ruler stood with bowed head and speech less for a brief period during which the splendid gathering of men about him more fully realized the appropriateness and the timeliness of their united tn bute to their ideal presiding officer Resp3nding to the presentation Mr Sullivan declaredthat though he had been the recipient of honors heretofore in public life vet this spontaneous demonstration of confidence on the part of those amongwhom ho had always lived gave himthe highest degree of satis faction and delight The charm is one of time handsomest vforn by any Elk in Kentucky and is truly a thing of beauty and a joy forever Kaufman Straus Co of Lexington have a word to say to their Madison county friends In todays CLIMAX fee their advertisement in another column Urcult toott Tho April term of the Madison Cir cuit Court will convene next Monday The docket is composed of 453 cases distributed us follows Criminal 141 old equity 224 equity appearance 27 ordinary 19 old ordinary 89 forfeitures 3 A Big Day Next Monday will bo court day and horse show day and every hpree of any note in this and the surrounding counties will be on exhibition The usuallyIpromises to be more attractive than ever this year as a greater interest Is being manifested In the business in this county Taking Them Up The now stock law recently passed by time city council is being enforced In a way that is pleasing to all property owners who have suffered from the depredations of the foragers Time city officers arrested a lot of cows that were running loose last week and say they expect to keep it up until practice ol tnrnioe out stock is broken np Election of Officers The annual election of officers m4 Richmond Lodge No 581 B P O Elks took place last Friday night at which time the following were elected for the ensuing year J A Sullivan Exalted Ruler R W MillcrEsteemed Leading Knight W S Moberley Esteemed Loyal Knight Richard Bush Esteemed Lecturing Knight A II- Farris Secretary L P Evans Treasurer J E Greenleaf Trustee James H Allman Tyler A Fecnllat Accident The fourteenyearold son of Muck Powell of Locust Branch Estill county came to his death in a very peculiar manner last week The boy was carrying stove wood into the bouse and while walking along with his arms full he stumbled and fell suffering it is thought some internal injury He became ill a short time alter the accident and died a few hours later IMr Woods Receives a Fine Appointment Senator James B McCreary has ap pointed Mr Clarence E Woods as his assistant secretary The position car ries with it a salary of 11000 a year arId Mr Woods will enor upon the du- tins of his office May 1 The announcement of the appointment will be a source of great pleasure to his admirers not only here but all over the State for Mr Woods lisa friends in every sec lion Mr Woods is one of the fore most men in newspaper circles in Ken trjcky as well as one of time most prominent figures of a great college frater nity the Sigma Nu which has its rep U S SENATOR UcCuABTs Asst SECBKTABT rceentatives in every city and town of Ike Union He has always worked for Ins party and his chosen friends with Wit counting the time or time labor and without thought of reward and now time whole newspaper fraternity of the State who a year ago recG what Was due him without solicitation urged his immediAto appointment will be gratified that their wish has been realized At time recent national convention of the Sigma Nu fraternity Mr Woods was elected for the fifth time to the position of Grand Recorder of the fraternity and editor of the Del tu with an increase in salary from 500 to 1000 per year His new position however will in no way conflict with that for he will have his office with Senator McCreary while in Washing ton as well as while here It is safe to sly that at the beginning of his term Senator McCreary could have made 110 more popular selection titan this JL Watson 820 N Upper Lexington Ky I Imported Dress Goods Under Price IThesa fabrics have juet reached our counters It means the greatest sell lug occasion of the season We need not tell you of their beauty and character for you know what to expect from this Sljre French Novelties of newett weaves and color harmony in all wool and silk and fabric fancy Voile fn blue and effects lace stripes embroidered crepe effects Individual drees patterns exclusive and desirable at very moderate prices Scotch Tweed Cheviot and Homespun Suiting Bourette and Nut mixed effects grays greens blues browi and tans 54 and 60 inches wide at 100 and 125 jt Black Dreiis Goods No such collection has ever been tiown in Lexington Mislrals Crepe Cloths EtaminesTailor Suitings Unflnftbed Worsteds The very best material ever put into a dress 1vO per yard Extraordinary Values ln New Spring Silks The very smartest of time new SpriPj TailOrmade Stilts It is a delight to look at them The new seasons most iiing styles are shown in profusion and the prices are most reasonable Ai pecial effort to secure unusual values in womens fine Tailored Suits has real Ued in getting quitean array ot some things that we can sell as low as 12 50j oth in Venetians Cheviots and many others that are worthy of your attehtion rom S15 10 50 Womens readyto wear Skirts finely Tailored long or snori 3 50 to 25 Washablj Fabrics 5000 yards White Basket Cheviot iW Wash Dress Fabric Madras Mercerized Cotton Linen White Cotton Ve imig and Mercerized Etamines in all shades Our Dressmaking Departme is In charge of Madatrtr Walker late of Louisville whose reputation as an ar st has no equalin the State J U WATSONJS20 North VII jLEXINGTON KY CttT C9Kt Judge H O Hazelwood has been acting as city judge and Mr R E Roberts city attorney Judge Rice be ins ill anti Attorney Talbot Jackson nil of the city The following cases were disposed of in that court this week Jesse White disorderly con duct5 and coats Ike Fife breachof time peace 1 and coat James Martin drunk and disorderly 5 and costs same carrying concealed weapons S25 and ten days in jail C and J Gil more carrying concealed weapons each fined 25 and costs Judge Julian Here Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort candidate for Attorney Generalwmmsshak ing hands with his friends in time clll Monday He said that he wanted o be here court day but engagements the western part of the State would make that impossible However hi exprested himself as well pleased will his prospects especially in this section Jutlce Julian has always taken an lie ive interest in politics and hiss teen iionoru by his party As Representa rive in the General Assembly Cinnll Judge and Mayor of the city of Frank fort tie has made a record of which ht may well be proud lie has always hCella consistent Democrat and of vaue in the party counsels in Ihe Sta- tePE1SONAL apt J A higgins was in Versailles Saturday Mrs Louis Todd wai in Cincinnati several Jays last week Mr and Mrs Neville Moberley lift for New York Saturday County Clerk Jesse Cobb was in Ir vine on business Friday Miss Margaret White Is visiting rel atives in Campbellsville Mrs R R Bnrnam returned Saturday from a two mouths stay at Jensen Fla Mrs J Tevis Wilkerson of Lex ington is the guest of relatives in time cityMrs G W Evans was the truest of Mrs J M Benton in Winchester Wednesday Mr Leslie Rice is at home from Louisville where has been studying pharmacyJudge R Burnam came up from Frankfort Wednesday to spend a few days in the city Mr and Mrs L P Evans spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Nelson P Gay in Clark county Mrs H C Jasper and children have returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Jessamine Mr W P Williams of Irvine was down Friday to attend the social session of the Elks lodge Mr C B Gilmore of Bloomington Ills is visiting his mother Mrs Jane Gilmore at Kingston Mrs Willis Hisle is at home irom a visit to her daughter Mrs Fred Rogers at IndependencelIo- Judge John D Goodloe attended the funeral of his brother Major William Goodloe in Danville last week Mrs Joe Williams of Falmouth and Mrs Mattie McGarvey of Lexington are guests of Mrs R A columns Mis Mary Gatewood lisa returned to her homo in Mt Sterling after a pleasant visit to Dr and Mrs J M PoyntzMr Hood Little will leave today for his new home at Hendersonville N C The best wishes of many friends follow him Miss Elizabeth Miller and little niece Miss Katie Anderson of Indianapolis are guests of Mr and Mrs A D Miller and family Mrs H B Lamb Jereamine county has returned home after a pleasant visit lo her mother Mrs Lizzie March on Lancaster Ave Mr Ed Stewart Superintendent of the Big Hill Coal Company is to le married to Miss Jalifia Mills of Pitts burg Pa on April 27 The friends of Mr R P McCord of Red House were delighted to see him on the streets again Friday for time first time since his recent severe illness Dr T Park Gardner and mother Mrs Mollie Gardner of Irvine were guests last week of Mrs Neale Bennett and attended the Knights Templar banquet Master Neale Bennett celebrated his fifth anniversary on last Wednesday with a most delightful 11 oclock luncheon Only a few little friends and relatives were invited to eat birthday cake with the gallant young host All left wishing him many more such hap py birthdays The PranJennial Clnb was enter tamed by Mr Clarence E Woods last Thursday evening After the dinner at Joes the members of the club re paired to the office of the State Bank k Trust Co far the discisslon of the subject How may municipal Governments be improved Time ques Lion brought forth such arguments that it was decided to continue the dIscus- sion at the next meeting It is reported that Capt Yulee Beck ham of Chicago is to wed in it short titus Miss Wilcox of Savannah Ga Time brideelect Is one of the Sputlis most beautiful and accomplished daughters Capt Beckham Is a son of Mrs Julia Beckham of Bardstown and a brother of Gov J G W Beck ham He is a very popular young gentleman and well known in Rich mond where here attended college being a member of the class of 95 lion John B Chenanlt of the good caunty of Madison the present capa ble Insurance Commissioner anti a candidate for State Auditor spent from Thursday until Friday afternoon in Falmouth in the interest of his candi dacy Mr ChruauU is a most agreea bleand cultured gentleman a deVoted Democrat and votegetter from way back Mr Chenault made quite a number of friends here who pledged him their support Falniouth Pendle tonian The Masonic Temple was the scene ota brilliant assemblage on lat Thurs day night the occasion being the an nual inspection of the Richmond Oom mandery Work in the Commandery continued until after nine oclock at which hourthe banquet hall was thrown open Time tables presented a most at tractive appearance with the Knights In full uniform and the ladies in even ing attire An elegant six course din ner was served at the close of which Sir Knight R R Burnrnsa gave a Suing toast to the occastoa A number of out of town visitors were present and all will remember It H a most pleasant evening President aad Mrs John W Me Garvey celebwUed the fiftieth anniver say of their marriage Monday evening with a public reception It was a beautiful goWwi wWk J celebration j 4 C t EASTER SUITSFOR YOUNG MEN c BOYS and an event of wide interest as the bride and groom of fifty years ago are well known In many States The re caption was held in Gymnasium Hall Kentucky University so that the friends could come and a general invi tation was given about guests ac cepting making a brilliant assemblage Many beautiful presents appropriate to the occasion were received from relatives and admiring friends They were assisted in receiving by Prof and Mrs J Will McGarvey and Mrs J A Stucky Miss Sarah McGarvey Mr and Mrs Walter G Taylor of Cincinnati Rev Thomas McGarvey ot Carthage Mo Mr and Mrs Bird Mc Garvey of Kansas City Lexington Observer We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new minesthat are her ing operated a Brush Creek Ky and dunot hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf the perfectSatisfaction Jcllico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still in the e s ss and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky Ready young gentlemen to show you a great collection of beautiful suits for Easter These Suits were selected by expert buy t ers who give their whole time and thought to the clothing business hence it stands to reason that here youll find the newest styles best quality and lowest prices And i youll always find that our fits jkindsFine Suits J 0 to 20 Good Suits 650 to 8 Cheaper Suits 5 A greatstock special sizeslongs slims A stouts andregulars insures a perfect fit j no matter how youre built Try us g COYMTON I BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND D all Dr At Cement Prompt clothing Health MeansCoe Wealth Come and enjoy the excellent results derived from Physical MH s Culture Sure cure for Insomnia Infli J ijestion Constipation Nervous ness Curtis Adams Physical Director- Studio over Crutchers Sboe Store Telephone 122 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and coloring StripesImlTlinsTHREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from 0 eyctQ Te vts Qeo M Wlllging209 West Main Street I Are You Interested tInFinding What You Want In kaks 80 1teS TS S Ifso cone ands e us Our stock is the largest andvariety the greatest to be found in Richmond Come and see the new styles for Spring and Summer Wear J Do yoi4 trading with us and we will save you money RJ2E ARNOLDifrain street Richmond Ny f PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATT01WETE KW MILLER ATTOnNTLAw- IcrnoND KEwTucT OOice n the Burnam Building next door to armer National Bank feb3ly JA StTLLrV ATTOBXKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Tn st Co DI posite Court House on Main Street J 0t D M HENAULT- ATTORNEYSATLAWI RICHMOND KENTUCKY OtDce on Second street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCHER Alt01neyatLaw- Rlnuo D KENTUCKY SSTOffire oVtr Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNBLLORIi Ar LAW IUCHMOND KENTUCKY silice In John Bennetts old law office over Perry A Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS OILS GIBSON GIBSON fil KWilAXS AX II fiUMiXUAS F hHNONnKENTUCKY Oc I Dr II jbauil il MtnStreet h C J1PEli M D Medicine and Surgery lhee StoiitTur Kuildini Main Street relpbone M residence the Cur 1lacel ou Broad a lcULOND KKVIUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 HrsEOYanceDO Osteopathic PhysiciansSt- ate Bank Il Trust B dg Literature furnished on application CONSULTATON FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL SURGERY Dr OaXexvVuve t thson DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY 7rOffice next door to Government feuding aichroSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to nevl7Iy V M Blanton DENTIST WOJSce lu Bennett Building limiuly TELEPHOSK 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 8 1003 Elodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ca- tATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29janlr RICHMOND KY One Minute Sough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup I Metre Wilhoit of llebanpn is probably the largest child for her age in the state Al though only nine years old she weighs 210 pounds She enjoys good health is unusually bright and afavoritewith all who know her Deputy Sheriff J B Williams a posse of three men at tempted to arrest an unknown crazy man in Marion county The maniac opened fire wounding all four of the men After Deputy Williams had fallen he fired abulletthrough the insane mans head killing him instantly TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fIo Wear pleased ItIIHtt that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons B Searcy Hamilton chmondIO Fined J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin NewbYBurtonW Tester dentonI W Prewitt Cottonburg A Wrarrrn Paint Lick C SIcXVharter tt allaceton ticknvr A Karlv Berea T Cov Kirksvlllc Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glosses Wn can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is EO large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of n 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 Armers old stand 30J1 ly STANDARD Rotary 4Sewing STan41I owrn LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE Standard Kotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mike lock and chain stitch Two machines in one Rnn a silent as the ticking of a watch Hun onethird ligliterand- feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRANT with automatic drop head swell front woodwork and ball hearings is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cbenperTnnchjne the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years cnn not be equalled for the money We also mnnnfact tire upCallbo convice- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Kickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24W7thst 8mo Cincinnati O CliMAX 1 A YEAR RillIII por ce- WE With the a 5TERNCOUNTRY SDIPECT LINE Memphis to LIttte Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories TeXas Col orado New Mexico Arizona OldAMexico and the Pacific Coast RocKlsiand System WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS II CARSIFREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS GELNLLELTLI= r JIi Hero in Overalls 0I The proposition has been made to erect a suitable mon ument to brave John Bibb the Tennessee engineer who was killed in frightful wreck the other day and who as belay pinned under his engine crushed and bleeding to death said to those who were trying to relieve his agonies Dont bother about me go and look after the women and children in the coaches Yes build a monument to brave John Bibb the man who forgetting self unmindful of his own suffering went into eternity with thoughts only of the women and children in his illfated train He died at his post though he might have saved himself by jumping He refused the aid of the surgeons while others around him remained uncared forand then it was too late Many a man has been famed in song and story for less heroism than this But many a hero in overalls who has died at his post of duty lies today almost forgotten in an un marked grave The world has become so accustomed to the bravery of the men in engine cabs that it is prone to pass over deeds that in others would call for plaudits and sculptured shafts Their very calling presup poses iron nerve and heroic mold But there opportuni ties to recognize such acts of bravery s that of Engineer negItinel is to be commended for its effort to place a monument over this hero of the throttle Atlanta Constitution When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly as pot sible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pick up dollars but we can assure you that buying jewelrv of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true If LE LANE Ideal Happiness ExGov Bob Taylor of Tennessee who is now mak ing 60000 a year in the lect ure field draws this pen pict ure of ideal happiness uA nice farm of 75 acres about five miles from a small town with a clear stream of water traveling its entire length In the rear of the house must be a smokehouse filled with fine meat then a barn with a pair of good coachers and saddle horse a springhouse four or five pea cocks a drove of geese or ducks to sport in the stream and a nice little orchard of growing trees Such is one spot where man born of woman can find real enjoyment Every Saturday I wouldwant to saddle my horse andrIde to town for my paper a coun try weekly and Iwduld want to receive it on Saturdays so I could read it When I reached town Id like to meet two or three friends and stand in front of the corner grocery chew tobacco and swap yarns A DISAGREEMENT arose be tween two San Francisco merchants some timeag and as a result they decided to end the matter in a fight to the finish They planned to start around the block in opposite directions and openfire when they came in sight on theotherside The start was made but the fight never came off When last heard from one was hunting gold in Alas ka and the other picking cof fee in Mexico SECRETSAt th Price of Suffering Woman on her way to semiLaval painIgnoranctin and remain in the dark as to the true caeseviotherhoo- Mother Friend takes the doctor place and she has no cause for an intei riew She is her own doctor and he applicatjontrpregnancy will enable her to undergo the period of gestation in a cheerful mood and Test umiisttubed Mothers FriendIs aJinimtforexieroaitsoaly It sacrifice successfulonlytopnzc childbirth remedy Healthybabies JriendOurWC MMflCLl MH m M ATWITAM War Relics Among the many Interesting relics of the civil war is one recently discovered by a United States dredgeboat near Jacksonville Fla This relic was in the shape of a 4 inch rifishell fully loaded and in good condition The Florida TimesUnion which tells the story of this find says that it has been recalled by a veteran of the civil war period that during the inca sion of the St Johns river bv federal gunboats a nuinberof shells similar to the one found werft sent at the boats from a battery below Jacksonville and that the shell found is doubtless one that fell short and went into the river The TimesUnion addsuThe shell is in a good state of pre servation It is four inches in diameter and wrapped with a leaden band placed on itfor the purpose of causing the shell to make numerous revo lutions while going through the air in order that it strike withgreatforceand discharge Aboard the Winyah Bay is a cannon ball that was sucked up at Key West while the boat was engaged in clearing the harbor there last year This ban is loaded and on account of having an iron plug those familiar with such missiles have been afraid to ventureto open it fearingan explosion Makes a Clean Svreap Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves YOU ever heard of Bncklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures burns sores bruises cuts boils ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all druggist 1m James Kerr an arti whose paintings have been promi nently hung in the Paris salon was found crippled and nearly frozen to death near Detroit Mich recently and being out of his mind was sent to the insane asylum at Fergus Falls He was once wealthy and his work was in demand at high prices Robbed the Grave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in hack and dayIvme up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at all drug stores According to J Scott Clark head of the department of En glish at Northwestern Uni versity the our greatest liv ing literary men in America according to their rank are William Dean Howells Thomas Bailey Aldrich Edmund Clarence Stedman and Henry Van Dyke1 Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether you think you want to buy anything or not Yon may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and inter esting to show and Inspection costs nothing tf L E LAN A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug eistj will be sent by mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment anti will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Ran sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 SU Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist aud Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 0 1002 Dr E W Ball St LouisMoDear- Sir I have used ona bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponn ls when I began usine it to day I weigh 17G pounds and 1 feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jati ly JoiisA RIDDEL rapcr ror Farmers The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of its character in the central portion of tie State It Is easily the lending paper of its kind published In Kentucky and Torn short time the subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per rear or on trial J three months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday aid contains ably edited deparluients for agriculturists stockmen allraisers of poultry Mrs R A Owen is amohc the contributors to the poultry depart went She 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 AlhlrescThe Kentucky Farmer Danville Knntncky By a special arrangement the Ken tucky Farmer and the CUM X wilt both be sent one yea for SI 30 This price is for old as well ar new subscrib ers when payment is made In advance Address all orders to the CLIMAX Richmond Kentucky 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from tho time we putout the first one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine It and we think we tan perfectRangetab 2intmon Pathes pelery Compound Cures DYSPEPSIA INHGES ION AND STOMACH TROUBLES The tortures end evils of dyspepsia and indigestion are by at this time The dyspeptfos train of evils be enumerated as Mows feelings of dizziness languor Eervouljesssleeplessness headache distension of Ufc flesh difficult breathing ard the action of the beart is seriouslyafftcted All forms of dyspepsia aie banished by the use of Paines Selery Compound The use of this marvelous medicine allays the inflammation of the nerven centred about the stomach it opens up the ewers of the body and removes all waste matter it cleanses the blood it makes new nerve fibre it restores digestive power and promotes bodily strength and activity Mr Fred Ross Clarendon Iowa briefly writes about his happy expen ence with Paines Celery Compound as follows It gives me great to testify to the merits of Paines Celery Compound I can candidly and honestly say U is the best medicine in the world Two years ago I was suffering from indigestion ned nervousness and was so run down that I could hardly walk without help I used twil bottles of Paines Celery Compound and got better almost from the first dose and have ha no use for medicine since I was completiily cured When a hat a good dress or other garment is a little fded and old in fashion it need not bu thrown away Color it with DIAMOND DYES We have a special departmet t of advice and will answer free an que Uon about dyeing Send cample of goods wben toibL Direction book aivd 45 dyed pamplet free DIAMOND DYES Borllogton Vt IL R Blanton has received a car load of Northern Seed Oats Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 21 M F Arbuckle 3 Waller Bennett 4 JoeS Bopgs 1i N B Coy D M Chenault 7 Q W Gates 8 0f Hisle 9 John D Harris 10 T Hllnrt 11 U G Harris 12 W R Letcher Jr 13 J O Lackey 14 David A McCorcl 15 henry Perry 1C DrG G Perry 17 lion W B mit3 18 M B Stngner 19 Judge N B Turpin 20 Eugene Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallets file above list is the number of Ma jstlc ranges we have sold in the last ten months If you are not one of that list we want to make you ono this year SURF It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like oher rouges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call t Majestic Headquarters and examine tlrtj Best Range you ever saw AuBUCKLE PlMMOSS Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J Len Ballard deceased are required to present same properly verified on or before May 1st or same wilt be barred Mrs L 11 HENDERSON mr 18 4t Administratrix CiioiJ 1 JohnPMoorec Im against w P Baxter Ac DUe Notice of Sz lc in Equity By virtue ofa Jtidgent and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the Jan nary Term thereof 1903 in the above stylE cause the un derslgned will on MondayAjril6t03 About the hour of 1 oclock p in at the Court House door iu Richmond Madison county Ky being April County Court Day pipceed to expose to Public Sle to the alghest and best bidder the following described property viz All That Certain Lot or Parcel of Land situated in Richmond Mffdisou county Ky at the corner of U BI and Walnut streets tile same being bounded on the north by J W Prather on the south by Walnut street on the east by lot of JH Powell aud on the west by B street and said lot being more fully described in Deed Book No 40 page 283 of the Madison Comity Court Clerks office to which reference Is hereby made Said lot fronts 50 feet and runs back of equal width 180 feet Ora sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of SlIDo 42 the amount of money so ordered Ib be made and the costs hereof TEBM3 Sale will be made on II credit of six and twelve months equal ly The purchaser wiU be required to uive bonds with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to havelhe force and Cbct ofa judg ment bearing legal interest from day ot sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money Is paid 8 E SCOTT tt C M C C Half Rates rOINew Orleans and Returti Via Q C Route Tickets aj sale April 111213 gOdHeturn ing u tilijpril 19 1903 Privilege j f extension Ask Tickelj Agents for particular 1 5 i j p =and Return Via u n reslr nt Route May1234juntil ten days from PriiIIlege9fex 1icul9s 1 a Miss Agnes Miller of Chicago speaks to young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and sufferingand remove the cause by using Lydia E Ptokhams Vegetable Compound a To YOUNG WOMEN I suffered for six years with dysmenor rhea painful periods so much so that I dreaded every month as I knew me three or four of intense pain The doctor said this was due to an inflamed condition of the uterine appendages caused by repeated and neglected colds u If young girls only realized how dangerous it is to take cold at this critical time much suffering would be spared them Thank GodI for Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound that was the only medicine which helpedino any Within three weeks after I started to take it I noticed a marked improvement in my general health and at tho time of my next monthly period the pain had diminished considerably I kept up the treatment and was cured a month later I am like another person since I am in perfect health eyes are brighter I have added 12 pounds to my weight my color is good and I feel light and bappyMIss AQNES JfiLLEn 25 Potomac Ave Chicago Ill The monthly sickness reflects time condition of a womans health Anything unusual at that time should have prompt and proper attention Fifty thousand letters from women prove that Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound regulates men struation and makes those periods painless READ WHAT MISS LINDBECK SAYS DEAH MRS PIXKHAM Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has greatly bene fitted mo I will tell you how I suffered My trouble was painful menstruation I felt as each month went by that Twas petting worse I had severe pains in my and abdomen A friend advised me to try Mrs Pinkhams medicine I did so and am now free from all pain during my C LUJDBECK 1201 6th Street Rockford DL FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN I h Remember every woman is cordially jflhIIp III1b invited to write to Mrs Pinkhain if there I 1ItIl I is anything about her symptoms she does I J not understand Mrs Pinkhams address is Lynn Mass her advice is free and cheerfully given to every ail lag woman who asks for it Her advice has restored to health more than one hundred thousand women Why dont you try it my sick sisters 5000FO bearingdown eriodsJnssxn T11iiJI1ItII R F E IT If we cannot forthvHh produce the original letter and icctnref Of tetlmonlM which will prove their absolute genuineness Lydia E 1lnkham Sletllelne Co Lynn Mass Stops the Cough and Works 02 the cord Laxative Bromo Qtinine Tablets cure a cold in ono day No cure no pay Price 25 cents A Womans Wealth Paines Celery- Compound GIVES VIGOR AM- STEEKGTH TO DEBILITATED AHD RUN DOWN WOMEN It is maintained by many distinguished writers that the greatness of a nation depends much upon the physical condition of its women The general conditions which con tribute to health and long life art those which do not imply a rapid and unequal exhaustion of those powers by which life is maintained While we assert that the women of our land stand peerless for beauty and the virtues that make them lovable we cannot hide the fact that there are thousands in our midst who owing to overwork worry household cares and an unequal exhaustion of life power have become weak nervous sleepless and debili tatedeSwearydespondentearths great rescuer and health builder Paines Celery Compound Thousands of presentvigorCelery Compound Mrs Stephen Smith St Paul Minn tells how she was snatched from the grave she says I had a let attack of la grippe this spring and was at deaths door and no one ever expected me to recover I was so weak that as soon as they brought me out of one faint I was in another I could not take any nourishment and doctors medicines did me no good A friend advised my husband to get me a bottle of Paines Celery Compound which he did but had no faith in it The second day after taking the Compound I began to get real hungry and took an interest moneymdlovingPaines Celery Compound I am now doing my own work while three months ago I was myhealthpound and shall always recommend it NO NEED OF SOILING THE HANDS WITH Diamond Dyes They are easy to use and are made for home use and home economy Diamond Dyes never disappoint and will make the old clothes took new 50 different colors Direction book and 45 dyed ecmplei free DIAMOND Burlington VU Weak HeartsofeveryoneIndigestiononlytraceablegestlon AU food taken Into the stomach andswelsThis interferes with the action of thatdelicateIb5d5tOiJhueble curmouthsKocicIDigests WfetYmifet neryoustrainctt1tt 100 Size 25 tlme4 1e trW IiZGWhIChSCU3IO50CPri oiiuo- sjor kf by rer irbom Your Old- Kentucky Home We are not going to tell yon theres no better place on earth You are more able to judge that We dq want to tell you if for any reason you intend leaving Kentucky you cant find a better place to make your home than in the west or Southwest Low Round Trip Home seekers or One Way Settlers Rates Offered by the Louisville Henderson and St Louis RR The Worlds Fair Line To the VDast aui SOUVXDBS Tickets on sale first ad third upto1903 ASK US FOR RATES L J Irwin G PA Geo L Garrett T P A Louisville Ky J If genuineLaxativethe remedy that cnrzs a cold In ono day hC1ix 1 1 Tear ill DT2sizzesa thousauidboysin a irofitable business on their own account We want a boy to represent The Saturday Evening PostI- n every town The work can be done iskasuitzines are sold among neighbors and friends iu offices stores as well as in homes No Money Required teJegia The first peeks supply is sent free These providethewholesale prices 20OIN EXTJTA CASH PRIZIS bayiwhe ofuimej ulsId their raetliodi J The Curtis Piabl4sieg Ce 403 Arch twt l t 20 OFON STOVES Oi 1J lol ji 20 per cent can be saved by buying your IWeboughtcan save you the advance in prices and the freight t r f WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR treatMajestic Range HeatVntifore us is We Wecananyone HARDWAJE OUR LINE OF Farming Implements Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plowthe only perfect Disc Ploy made Its Made Right Is Right The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will Fay you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Re pairing done promptly by experienced workmen Arbuckle Simmons 20 PERCENT PER CENT OFF ON mELLISTON NULL and Toll Mills Flour Feed and at the lowest prices Eliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Muddy Cree Burr Meal Your Trade Solicited Elliston CompanyWACO K V t I wf t r5 =IMONONRDUTE lailiy ONLY LiNE TO THE 5PJIUtBAOtiLSAI H5 7 j J-IImiIi1 lU 111111111111111111 QUEENSJUBILEE TOILET CASE Runs Right I STOVES ol CO Merchant Shipstuff Brands French Water Mill Ml 111111111 JII1J m m m m 111111111 II IIi = 64 FREE0 Contkihin IOO Useful Articles 7C f We want tointrOduce these remedies of ours We couldnt afford to give away sUcha fine present if we werent sure that you would be pleased with our medicines that you would always use them and tell your friends of them Dont think that this offer is going to hold all the time It is only made for alimited number of days and if you take advantage xjf it now and send 25c for apacfeagercFUS Arni ind Navy Tablets which are the best for indigestion constipation and liver trouble or 25c for a package four Kilkold Tablets we will send either of these reme presentiCfor tlie medicine alone absolutely FREE Meyers Medicine Co 26ti266r West Broadway New York t