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TITlE 4 RICHMOND CLIMAX I l I GLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1903 NUMBER 46 og LOOK OUT H Spring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled with a new and complete line of the latest novelties in GinghamsPercals endless variety Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths c in the Latest Designs = DONT FAIL TO SEE OUR Clothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices g f d e We have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying e e e An Entire New Stock Ewe 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 StreetsIeQME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cheapness D not be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the bst goods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound egotistical but we have the goods Here are a few articles mery knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box T aspoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c Tihle spoons The per set Pint cups 2c each Knive and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c W have now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc tint we are offering at astonishingly low prices You should ca and examine these goods before making a purchase In orcbr to close out ou- rCSATt O 5rts ak e we now offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20c Jumpers 20 and 25c Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of Fis itng Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar Ijains you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MIN STREET RICHMOND KY 9 44teHill Coal Co tORLANDOKY Shippers of Alnite Coali + ++ + + + ++ ++ + + e +++ ++ + ++ ++++ + + + +++ I Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J grate without any attention t J ++ ++ + ++ ++ ++++++++++ H + + + ++ + r e Autumn Opening Sale of 1FURNITURELargest lowest prices you in iron Beds Bed Room Suits r Dining Room and t Kitchen Furniture J We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends theallrnake our store their headquarters I J fl WeB M ustiI q 707 please Our success depends upon it and the reasonable prices atwhich everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our picture Department is complete Framingneatly done and the newest mouldings always carriedr cia SIdOPEIN1 Ihone DyZ L- Nlcht 7 IUndrtakmg a Specialty 0- I RIkIWND7KY W Evans itr- EmMlmtt VALLEY VIEW From the Argent A little ton of G W Turkey is on the sink list D G Bryson and family have moved into the house vacated by Mr Fuller Morgan Taylor sold his crop of to bacco to J W Masters at 5M cents a pound Mrs R A Herring who has been on the sick litt tor some time continues very low- James Brookshire bought of James Davis of Athens a pair of mules for 250 James II Taylor of Whitlock bought a fine horse from W D Sanders of Delpha for 150 C F Armstrong and wife have moved into the house recently vacated by Prof Wash and family Jas Smith lost a valuable cow by death onedny last week Mr Smith had refused 75 for her J1 Fuller and family have moved to Edentou where Mr Fnller is en gxgid in the general merchandise bus Incas Mr and Mrs Richard Tacke of Lex ington are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl Mrs Tacks is a sister of Mrs VIi Kaiiiitzar of Whitlock Landand Stock Sales The line jack Mohawk Glenwater the property Thomas Adams of Fay ette county died last week He wail considered one of the greatest in the country Mr Adams was recently offered WOO for him At Versailes at Dunlaps mule sale 102 short twoyearolds averaged SI34 fifteen pairs 300 a pair one pair sell inglor 328 u pair of threeyearolds sold for S3GG Mat Shearer shipped a carload of bugs to iho Cincinnati market from Ret House Thursday which were sold at 6 cont Leo Sinitlm sold hisjino jack Henry Clay to T It Adams of Fayette for 1500 Mr Smiiha purchased Henry Clay at the L xiiiRton sale last wee- kpa3ingtOO for him Since the death of Mr Adams Mohawk Glenwater he is considered the finest jack in the country Federal officers arrested two men for counterfeiting near Ashland City Tenn The officers captured a large plant for counterfeiting gold coin and raising the denomi nations of bills Consumption The only kind ofcon don Ip fear isU neglected consumptIonL People are learning that consumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where sion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checked v Send for Ire iaap1e SCOTT II BOWNE Cbaalifi 11BuI WIwY- GIJNI44rooih14nilIMi State Tobacco Growers Ajlso ciation Meeting The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Grow els Association met In Lex ington on March 20th with an attendance representing over thirty counties f There were also present many repreaen tative farmers and tobacco growers interested in the movement Tim meeting was called to order about two oclock by Vice President W B Hawkins who made report to the Association that five counties hid been organised since the list meeting Reports from the several counties were received as to the progress If the work and various committees made reports The most important bush ness transacted at the meet ing was the formation a set of bylaws for the government of the organization in its bus mess matters Mr E E Barton chairman of the committee appointed ata previous meeting presented a set of bylaws drafted by the com mittee and after being discussed and with afewamerd ments they were approved and recommended for official adoption Among other things they provided that there shall be a Board of Control in eJih county consisting of sixmem bers three selected by the tobacco growers and three by the company and two inspEc- tors to grade the tobacco one selected by the tobacco grow ers and one by the company and in ease of a disagreement or complaint the matter to be adjusted by the County Board ofControlSteps taken to organ ize the remaining five or six counties in the Burley dis trict and to have them present and represented at the next meetng which will be in Lexington on April 30th The Association has notgiven out a statement of the number of subscribers to the agreement but ut the close of the meeting Mr C M Dean the Secretary stated that he believed they had enough subscribers to commence busi ness that the success of the movement was an assured fact and that they will handle the next crop A Great Sensation There was a blur sensation in Loss yule Ind when W H Brown of tint place who was expected to die lad Ins life saved by Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption lie writes I endured in sufFerable agonies Itom Anti ma but your New Discovery gave ne immediate relief and boon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of consumption Pneumonia bronchitin and grip are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all thmxt and lung troubles Price COcand JltiO Guaranteed by all druggist Trial bottles fret 1m Royal Gifts It is related apropo of royal gifts that the czar once presented a herd of deer to a nobleman who had no deer park that the king of Saxony gave a lady a pair of young boars and that Emperor Wil Ham astonished a by no means wealthy Hanoverian family with a giftof eight Hungarian horses Yet these wonderful presents were less embarrassing to their recipients than the five elephants which the late Shah of Persia sent to a British consul who desired to approach him in his official capacity The unhappy man knew not what to dpwith these expen sive animals until on its be ing hinted to him that a re turn present was expected he hit upon the expedient Of buying one more elephant adding it to the number ard offering the lot to the poten tate The Shah graciously accepted the truly regal gut and the consul got out of his difficulty at a cost to himself of rather over 11 hundred d larsEx Efzemascild head hives ftchinjfs of the ekin of any sort instantly relifly edpercanently cured poairs jj tineiiU AL any crru store Injf COMMONWEALTHS A ttq ney Robert Franklin is bufr summoning wittnesses for te trial of Jim Howard I GoJ2UilFrankfort circuit court Tue day April 71be stat wjI ness in the case will beJlen = nesses Youtsey OthenanaDEuv1W THE OLD REUABLE OY4v KltlG- POVDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Dog Travels on Railroads An musing incident took place last Saturday afternoon terrierIVaughn of the L N got left byhisengme Jack makes every trip with his master and is frequently seen sitting in the engine looking intently out of the cab window On Saturday his engine which was on the southbound local freight left their train at Pleasureville and came thEm inence for water While at the tank Jack jumped off and while running around the de pot his engine started sudden ly and swiftly away Grasp ing the situation instantly Jack leaped to the track and ran desperately after them yelping at everj jump A full head of steam being on Jack was soon outdistanced and with a look of disappointment walked back to the de pot where he was sheltered until his engine arrived when he leaped proudly to his seat in the cab and he was not seen to move while the train was here Jack is a favorite with railroad men and shows rare intelligence for a dog Some time ago at a small station on the road he got left from his engine and leaped into the ca boose The conductor not knowing him kicked him off Jack sat patiently until the evening passenger train pulled in when he leaped into the engine and refused to get off until the Lexington yards were reached and he espied his own engine He has not yet forgotten the conductor who kicked him off and when ever he boards Jacks engine there is always a rowEmi nence Constitutionalist Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun des etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I Buttered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one mass of corruption aches in bones and joints burning itching scabby skin was all run down and discouraged but Botanic Blow 3alm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and pave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition Into my brain Goo A Williams Uoxburv face covered with pimples chronic sore on back of head suppura ting swelling on neck eating ulcer on leg bone pains itching skin cured per fectly by Botanic Blood Balmsores all healed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula etc Espec ially advised for all obstinate eases that have reached the second or third stage Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists fl To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm cent free and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m Newspaper Fame Your great men shines be fore the populace in vain without the newspaper He spread eagles the constitution in vainwithout the newspaper His clarion voice wakes up the universe in vain without the newspaper His scientific researches and achievements are vainwith out the newspaper His wire less telegraphy would be an accomplishment of small meritwithout the newspa per His moving sermons rattling hell fire in the face of sinners are vain=withouttbe newspaper His successes in every walk of life are vain without the newspaper The newspaper is the famemaker of the age Of course some of the fame is cheap but it satisfies the living wearer of the cloak even though poster ity may chtrigeitNew York Press I GustavusF Swift a wealthy of hem surIgiealopel fortune estimated at rom7 000tKX to 10000000 Roster of Armies By direction of Secretary Root the War Department has embarked on the extensive work of compiling and pub lishing a complete roster of the officers and enlisted men of the Union and Confederate armies This is the Secreta rys own project and he suc ceeded in impressing Con gress with the idea that it would be only just and fair to the South to place on the official lists the names of the Confederate soldiers in order that their descendants may trace their family histories with accuracy The Nqrth through separate publications has covered pretty well the ground for its own soldiers But the Southern records and archives never very complete were scattered and destroyed owing to the outcome of the war and itis known thatmany frauds are practiced on the benevolent and many fami lies lack important links in their histories because of the loss of these records The publication will be enormous in size including not less than thirty volumes as large as the rebellion rerecords The Northernnames will be published with the Southern because it is de sired to have all these data in one compilation insteadof be ing scattered through various State books Moreover it is felt to be a grateful thing to bracket the names of those who wore the blue and the grayEVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save the Reader Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions see that they have the amber huo of health This discharges not excessive or in frequent Contain no brickdustlike sediment U cans Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys andcure them when theyre sick Air John Zolleis City Auditor residing at 731 Robert street Newport Ky says A man who has never had back ache or kidney complaint in any of its many forms can scarely gauge the mis ery a sufferer endures who is annoyed day and night by this far too prevalent trouble To all such my advice is procure Doans Kidney Pills and take a course of the treatment The result of the use of three boxes proved to me that the remedy Is up to representa lions and deserves my unqualified in dorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMUburn Co Bntlalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other 1m Spoiled Of 330 females under eighteen years of age in the negro schools of Atlanta who were asked to tell what they intended to do when grown only sixtythree said that they expected to be engaged in housework Of the others 158 proposed to followprofession- al pursuits The sixtythree who announced their inten tion to engage in house work could not have been long at school By the time that they are ready for their white dresses and pink and blue ribbons they also will pretty likely be aspiring to the pro fessions But what a waste of valuable bone and muscle is thereby indicatedSouth ern Magazine A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she pot relief at once and was finally cured Only 25cnt all drug ttores 1m This is True The Cynthiana Democrat thinks the good road problem is of more importance to the farmer than is theDemocratie primary It says The good road question isof more importance to the people of Harrison county thau the re suIt of an election Besides volunteering services as judges clerks and sheriffs why not arrange a joint good roads primary among Demo crats and Republicans and let each fellow volunteer to repair every break hole and weak spot turnpike that is about his farm One days primary of this kind would furnish the authorities with a splendid base to work on and the 14000 appropriated this year for rods could finish the general election with victory fOr everylody This is a point 1r1Mrl patriotism counts THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Owing 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 hands me new store Main street is indeed a Bargain eenter 0 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 and is very complete The prettiest Ladies Footwear to be had in the andSlippersuptodateprices named on them are sending them out by the dozen pairs Look through our Sh e 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 thislineO DeparturGoods Department has been eularged Our Wash Goods Department is alive withnew 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 i OUR AMERICAN LADY CORSETis 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 3c Indigo blue and black Calicoes 4c Best Brown Cotton oc Quilt Lining good quality 4c Best Tobacco Canvass 2c Green ticket Lonsdale Blench 7c Masousville Bleach Cotton 7c Fruitof the Loom Bleach Cotton Tie Good Apron Ginghams at 4c Dont forget that we have moved to our new and elegant store room on Main Street opposite Court House where we have nice accommodations for all our customers and friends and where they sill all be greeted with a cordial welcome to our new store Very Res- pectfullywI5TOLDHAM cow BUSY BEE CASH STORE MEAT MALT THE IDEAL RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents o PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LoUsrflle Ky January 22 iota MEAT MALT CO 1rafcvUle Ky Gentlemen IlaTinfframlnedyoarMeatand Malt and bell thoroushly with Us composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and tt especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all with debility Yours truly Y D I1ASTENBINE UnLcuisvllle College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT tiO Louisville 1C We see that DB Sliackelford Cos customers have made him put In a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get whatt eople will have tf Mrs Fred Uanxth President Country Club Benton Unfbor JSlelJ After my firs baby was born I did not seem to regain lay strength although the doctor gave me i torJc which he consid ered very superb but Instud of getting better I grew weiker every day My hus band insIsted thai I take Wine of Cardul for a week and Ue what It would do for me I did take the medicine and was very grakful to find siy strength and hcalth slowly return1ng In two weeks was out of bid Md In a gonth I was able to take Ut ts I am very cnthtul jWineii reinf orces the organs of f the ordeal prep- nancyandchiltlDirth prevents miscarriage No 9 oman who of need fear the coming of her child If Mri Unrath had taken Wine of Cardi before her baby came abe would not ave been weakened as she was Her rapid recovery should comiexid reat to every e W1t mot 1Wm OfCatdUl regulates the IIEdrCARDI iLAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspection and approval We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a S J2 Z7 Zi7i7i7 Zf Perfect Fit 0AND i L Perfect Finish 5 t2t2 t21h II you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Tal ors Regarding Woinells- Apparei fl The feminine world is occupied with thoughts of spring and 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 andvaried one in which every voman 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 Richmond to pay this store a visit It will be a revelation and a pleasure t Kaufman = Straus and Co Lexington Ky Central Kys Greatest Department Store IIFIne Job Prmtin c Ji r t 1 C V Thn RICHMOND CLIMAX= t rOLUME29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1903 NUMBER 46 LOOK OUT Spring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled with a new and complete line of the latest novelties in Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in endless variety Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths c in the Latest Designs = A DONT FAIL TO SEE OUR Clothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices t g We have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying e e An Entire New Stock 1 ewe were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line g 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 StreetsIeOME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cheapness D not be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the hst goods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound egotistical but we have the goods Here are a few articles mery knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks ic box T aspoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c Tiile spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each Knive and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c iTW have now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc that we are offering at astonishingly low prices You should- ca and examine these goods before making a purchase In ord3r to close out our rr e 01 5trts 8k c ee we now offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20c Jumpers 2 I and 25c Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of Fisiing Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar pans you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 8 Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of e Almte Coal ++ + + + ++ ++ + + 4+++ ++ + + ++++++ tI t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J t grate without any attention + p + 4 +++++++4+44 + +444 + + V- e Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you in iron Beds Bed Room Suits ining Room and a Citchen Furniture v We guaranteed to save you money W ecordially invite our country friends to callmake our store their headquarters I J We MfJJ31 please Our success depends upon it and therea- sonable prices atwhich 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 iiewest mouldings always carried dQI SIiOFLFN thane flyirNIght 66 r IUndtrt Specialty RICHMOND KY 1 W Than Jr inb1srI- I h VALLEY VIEW From the Argent A little ton of G W Purkey is on the sink Hst D G Bryson and family have moved into the house vacated by Mr Fuller Morgan Taylor sold his crop of tobacco to J W Masters at 54 cents a pound Mrs R A Herring who has been on the sick list tor some time continues very low- James Brookshire bought of James Davis of Athens a pair of mules for S250 James 11 laylor of Whitluck bought a fine horse from W D Sanders of Delplm for 150 C F Armstrong and wife have moved lute the house recently vacated by Prof Wash and family Jas Smith lost a valuable cow by death oneday last week Mr Smith had refused S 75 for her J L Fuller and family have moved to Edentou where Mr Fuller is en ghged in the general merchandise bus Incas Mr and Mrs Richard Tacke of Lex ington are rejoicing over the arrival of a girl Mrs Tacke is a sister of Mrs W K Kiuiatztir of Whitlock Land and Stock Sales The line jack Mohawk Glen water the property of Thomas Adams of Fay ette county died last week He was considered one of the greatest in the country Mr Adams was recently offered 2000 for him At Versailes at Dunlaps mule sale 102 short twoyearolds averaged 134 fifteen pairs 300 a pair one pair sell ing for S32S H pair of threeyearolds sold for 53CG Mat Shearer shipped a carload of 1IIS II tile Cincinnati market from Red house Thursday which were sold at cents Leo Smitlia sold hisJine jack Henry OIavtoT U Adams of Fayette for 1600 Mr Smitha purchased Henry Clay at the Li xington sale last week paying 1000 for him Since the death of Mr Adams Mohawk Glenwater he is considered the finest jack in the country Federal officers arrested two men for counterfeiting neat Ashland City Tenn The officers captured a large plant for counterfeiting gold coin and raising the denomi nations of bills Consumptlo Theonly kind ofcon ump tion Ip fear is neglected consumption People are learning that con sumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption thatis so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption get a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglected consumption does not exist where ScOtt Emul slon isSPrompt use of Scotts Emul sion checks the disease while it can be checked Send for free ample COTT ft BOVNE OwnUS ip+iSFL SluM fv- Js VetI- rMJnaL State Tobacco Growers Asso ciation Meeting The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association met in Lexington on March 2Gth with au attendance representing ovor thirty counties There were also present many represen tative farmers and tobacco growers interested in the movement The meeting was called to order about two oclock by Vice President W B Hawkins vcho made report to the Association that five organizedsince Reports from the sevorul counties were received as to time progress if the work anti various committees made re pprtsSThe most important busi ness transacted at the meet ing was the formation a set of bylaws for thegovernment of the organization in its bus mess matters Mr E E Barton chairman of the com mittee appointed ata previous meeting presented a set of bylaws drafted by the con mittee and after being discussed and with afewamend ments they were approved and recommended for official adoption Among other things they provided that there shall be a Board of Control in each county consisting of sixmem hers three selected by the tobacco growers and three by the company and two inspec tors to grade the tobacco one selected by the tobacco grow ers and one by the company and in case of a disagreement or complaint the matter to be adjusted by the County Board ofControlSteps taken to organize the remaining five or six counties in the Burley dis trict and to have them pres ent and represented at the next meetng which will be in Lexington on April 30th The Association has notgiven out a statement of the num ber of subscribers to the agreement but at the close of the meeting Mr C M Dean the Secretary stated that he believed they had enough sub scribers to commence busi ness that the success of the movement was an assured fact and that they will handle the next crop A Great Sensation There was n blc sensation in Lees ville lull when W fl Brown of that place who was expected to die had Ills life saved by Dr Kings Nexv Dis covery for consumption He writes I endured in sufftrnble IIgonlesfrom Asthma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relief and boon thereafter effected a complete cure Similar cures of consumption Pneumonia bronchitis and grill are numerous Its the peerless remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price COc and 110 Guaranteed by all druggist Trial bottles fret 1m Royal Gifts It is related apropQS of roy al gifts that the czar once pre sented a herd of deer to a nobleman who had no deer SaxonyIboars and that Emperor Wit liam astonished a by no means wealthy Hanoverian family with a giftof eight Hungarian horses Yet these wonderful presents were less embar rassing to their recipients than the five elephants which the late Shah of Persia sent to a British consul who de sired to approach him in his official capacity The unhappy man knew not what to dpwith these expen sive animals until on its be ing hinted to him that a re turn present was expected he hit upon the expedient of buying one more elephant adding it to the number and offering the lot to tim poten tate The Shah graciously accepted the truly regal gift and the corsul got out of his difficulty at a cost to himself of rather overii hundred dol IarsExEezema head hives itchfm fs iiiSnIIIITcii rehv Oint ment At any drug store 1m COMMONWEALTHS Attor ney Robert Franklin is busy summoning wittnesses for the trial of Jim Howard charged with the killing of Gov Gpe bel which will be called in the Frankfort circuit court Tqps day April 7 The star vit ness in the case will be Henry Youtsey Othenaml new wit nesses will be introduced II THE OLD RELIABLE PCf 3f14KI POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Dog Travels on Railroads An rmusing incident took place last Saturday afternoon when Jack the foxO terrier pup belonging to fireman gotleftevery trip with his master sittingillout of the cab window On Saturday his engine which was on the southbound local freight left their train at Pleasureville and came thEm inence for water While at the tank Jack jumped off and while running around the de pot his engine started sudden ly and swiftly away Grasp ing the situation instantly Jack leaped to the track and ran desperately after them yelping at ever jump A full head of steam being on Jack was soon outdistanced and with a look of disappoint ment walked hack to the de pot where he was sheltered until his engine arrived when he leaped proudly to his seat in the cab and he was not seen to move while the train was here Jack is a favorite with railroad men and shows rare intelligence for a dog Some time ago at a small station on the road he got left from his engine and leaped into the ca boose The conductor not knowing him kicked him off Jack sat patiently until the evening passenger train pulled in when he leaped into the engine and refused to get off until the Lexington yards were reached and he espied his own engine He has not yet forgotten the conductor who kicked him off and when ever he boards Jacks engine there is always a rowEmi nence Constitutionalist Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I bendifacejointsburulugitching run down and discouraged but Botanic Blood Balm cured me perfectly healed all the sores and gave my skin the rich glow of health Blood Balm put new life into my blood and new ambition Into my bruin Gee A Williams Itoxburr face covered with pimples suppurating perfectlyhealed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as ecze ma scabs and scales pimples running EspeciallystageImprovesveak kidneys Druggists 1 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in ealed letter 1m Newspaper Fame Your greatmen shines be fore the populace in vain without the newspaper He spread eagles the constitution in vainwithout the news paper His clarion voice wakes up the universe in vain without the newspaper His scientific researches and ichievements are vainwith ut the newspaper His wire less telegraphy would be an iiccomplishment of small merit without the newspa per His moving sermons rattling hell fire inthe face of Dinners are vain without the jjiewspaper His successes in j very walk of life are vain tvithout the newspaper The ewspaper is the famemaker i t the age Of course some itfatisfieshposterJrtY1ay ress I GustavusFSwift a wealthy hicago packer died of hem rrhage resulting from a sur ical operation He leaves irtune estinatedat from 7 0000 to 10000000 Roster of Armies By direction of Secretary Root the War Department has embarked on the extensive work of compiling and pub lishing a complete roster of the officers and enlistedmen of the Union and Confederate armies This is the Secreta rys own project and he suc ceeded in impressing Con gress with the idea that it would be only just and fair to the South to place on the offi cial lists the names of the Confederate soldiers in order that their descendants may trace their family histories with accuracy The North through separate publications has covered pretty well the ground for its own soldiers But the Southern records and archives never very complete were scattered and destroyed owing to the outcome of the war and itis known thatmany frauds are practiced on the benevolent and many fami lies lack important links in their histories because of the loss of these records The publication will be enormous in size including not less than thirty volumes as large as the rebellion re records The Northern names will be published with the Southern because it is de sired to have all these data in- v one compilation instead of be ing scattered through various State books Moreover it is felt to be a grateful thing to bracket the names of those who wore the blue and the gray EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save the Reader Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions see that they have the timber hue of health The discharges nut excessive or in frequentContain no brickdustlike sediment Dunns Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mr John Zolleis Oity Auditor resiti jog at 731 Robert street Newport Ky says A man who has never had back ache or kidney complaint in any of its many forms can scarely gauge the mis ery a sufferer endures who is annoyed day andiiighit by this far too prevalent trouble To all such my advice is pro cure Deans Kidney Tills and take a course of the treatment The result of the use of three boxes proved to me that the remedy is up to representa irIFor sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Bntlalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other 1m Spoiled Of 330 females under eierh teen years of age in the negro schools of Atlanta who were asked to tell what they inten ded to do when grown only sixtythree said that they expected to be engaged in housework Of the others 158 proposed to follow professional pursuits The sixtythree who announced their inten tion to engage in house work could not have been long at school By the time that they are ready for their white dresses and pink and blue ribbons they also will pretty likely be aspiring to the pro fessions But what a waste of valuable bone and muscle is thereby indicatedSouth ern Magazine A Thoughtful Man- M M Austin of Winchester lad knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all drug ttorea 1m This is True The Cynthiana Democrat thinks the good road problem is of more importance to the farmer than is the Democratic primary It says The good road question isof more importance to the people of Harrison county thau the re suit of an election Besides volunteeringservices as judges clerks and sheriffs why not arrange a joint good roads primary among Demo crats and Republicans and let each fellow volunteer to repair every break hole and weak spot turnpike that is about his farm One days primary of this kind would furnish the authorities with a splendid base to work on and the 14000 appropriated this year for roads could finish the general election with victory fdr everybody This is a point vber patriotism counti a TI1ESBwsY BEE CRSH STOREOwing to thu great rush of business has been compelled to get their buyers off to the markets alreadythe markets of the very latest productions in all departments we handle t fJMainenter 0 namingonOur Shoe Department thftcityandIdealOASUpricesDepartment 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 thislineOur Cvr0 Dirrrn rif has been enlarged Our Dress Goods Depart WhiteGoodsandBoysng with new Novelties and pretty Neckwear etc for ladies and children i I OUR AMERICAN LADY CORSET unAmericanHave 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 ScQuiltCotton Tie Masonsville Bleach Cotton Tie Fruitof the Loom Bleach Cotton 7c Good Apron Ginghams at 4c Dont forget that we have moved to our new and elegant store room on Main Street andfriendsVery Respectfully W D OLDHAM co BUSY BEE CASH STORE MEATS MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Strength In Every Drop A sctfntfg combination of Its essential constituents of PlUME BEEF and- PURE OLD MALT Loulrrillt Ky JonaanTM 190 MEAT 8 HALTCOLraUvilUKy CtntlcmenUavtn eantned your Meat and Malt and helD Uu roughly acquainted with its composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it U an efficient serve and blood Ionic It excitu the appetite and inrfeontes digestion and t especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all with Ability Yours truly L D KAS1 ENBINE MD LouisvUe College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Louisville tC We see that DB Sbackelford Cos customers hatfj made him pot in a big stock of Miters Kanges They try to get whatpeople will have tf Mrs Fred Unnxth President Count j 3 Club DeBtOR Jlarbor MIch Alter my fin t bah f was born I did not Mem to regain my srcngth although the doctor gave me a tonic which he consid ered very superior lat Instud cf getting better I grew weaker day My husband insisted that I Like Wine of CarduJ for a week and see Mhat It would do for rat did take them diclne and was very grakfuJ to find my tnngth and health slowly returning In wo weeks was out of bed and In a montj I was able to take up my ttMl duties It am very enthusl astkalt pralK Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs of generation for tap prep- nancy It nils carriage No worn it who takes Wino of need fear he coming of her child If Mrs Ujrath had taken Wine of Cardni bei re her baby camo abe would not have been weakened as she was Her rap I recovery should commend this remedy to every tmtmotlEr Wine of regulates the mess rual flow WlIIEof RDUI JUL = A LAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspection andap provals We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are prepared to serve you as never before = We guarantee a s SoSS27P iPerfect FitSt Perfect Finish g 2 I2zt If you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil Spay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Ta ors Regarding Womens Appare1The feminine world is occupied with thoughts of spring and 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 correctrheg- arments are distinguished forjstyle dct gance and tastefulness The prices are remarkable for their moderateness We cordially invite the ladles of Richmond to pay this store a visit It will be a revelation and a pleasureA Kaufman = Straus and Co 12 14 W Main Lexington Ky Central Kys Greatest Department Store jFinec 1I ictrrJ 0I I tm I I he Richmond Climax I OCHENAULT President D MILLER Manager PORTS CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 2 1903 rOBLISHKl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Iucorpnrat- cdDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGEoTON J M BENTON Of Clark County NIt COMMON VEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Or Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- 7lnnounccments FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER InNS ot Baldwiu a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C ORIOGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of tbe Democratic party tOE COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE We are authorized to anncunce the name of Mr T T HEDGER of Scott county as a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture partyPrimary IN the suit brought by Gov Beckham to settle the ques tion ofhis eligibility the Court of Appeals affirmed the de cision of Judge Cantrill directing that Beckhams name be put on the ballot but the court declined to decide the question as to whether or not Gov Beckham is eligible IF the prospectus promise of those Chicago women to print in their forthcoming newspaper ever3Tthing and anything exactly as it is is made good there will soon be among Chicago women such a hairpulling and facescratch ing fracas as the world has never seen up to this good dayLouisville Times L F1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON K- ySpring Is Knocking Loudly ApproachingIs And we are now ready with the most carefully selected stock ofCarpets Draperies Furniture Wall PaperWood Mantels Ever offered It is not a matter of guess work when we say our line is without a superior in Newest Patterns Newest Styles Newest Designs Newest Ideas Give us a call CBrowerCo11 WA1t iv Beauty Abounds in our Spring Line o- fFootwearOur lines are now complete in Ladies Misses Mens Boys and ChiIdrens Shoes sind Slippers We would like the pleasure of fitting you up this spring Better Shoes cannot be had nor a larger assortment can be found in the city1f Our line of Gents Furnishing hoods is the Nobbiest that can be bought JASe S CRUTCIIER COMPANY THE new Chinese minister Chin Tung Liang Cheng re cently arrived at San Fran cisco with 53 secretaries and attaches nine seryants and 20 studets The Stallion Show The annual stallion show has been considered from time inmeinorial the Kreat event of the season The first Monday of April being set apart for that purpose brings out every horse oi every style and quality an1 for that day the horbo i MngThe street is giv n up to him and business stops while he receives There were about seven teen stallions exhibited Monday and probably ro better lot of hnrp s wer over Khown on the streets of Richmond Among the prominent outs wins Ar buckle Letchers Riclikin 1871 A S H It said to combine the blood of three of Kentuckys best sires vii Old Peavine Mack Squirrel and King Richard Kichkin was sired by Curtis Squirrel dam Miss Richmond 551 by King Richard he by old Peuvine out of Plioras by Imp Phaeton let dam Lee Wood 2330 Riclikin is a splendid red sorrel 16 hands high foaled April 30 moo and weighs 1200 poundsThe Imp Hackney stallion Maxi mimlan A S H R 93 owned by Dr C C Hooker is making his second season in Madison He is another that lies a splendid record as a show horse being the winner at the creat Madison Square Garden with four of his get winner over seventeen entries at New port L I and in other great horse shows Maximilian combines size style substance and quality which together with his attractive high action makes him an ideal stock horse Ghenaull Turleys Imported Hack ney Stallion Imp Militia 21SG show ed up well in the crowd Imp Miliiia is a beautiful red bay with black points 16 hands and weighs about 1300 lie is ten years old and has a record of which his owners are justly proud Tom Covington 18992 owned by W R Green Co is one of the best known horses in the county Toni Covington has produced many good ones for the race courses the show ring the road or for any other place where good ones are needed Every time he is brought out he gathers about him a good crowd of admirers Verdict 1G21 a fine young stallion owned by Irvine T Azbill and making the season at Dr C C Hookers barn is a dark chestnut 16 bands high and coning five years old He has as much natural style and action as any stallion living absolutely free from blemishes and combines all the qualities as to looks breeding style and action Ver dicts career as a show horse has rarely been equaled winning as a 2yearold and 3yearold in some of the largest horse shows Royal Denmark owned by Dr J W Scudder of Union City is one that at tracted much attention He is a beautiful seal brown coming six years old and about sixteen bands high lie boasts of as proud a lineage as any horse that ever come over the road Another good one was M F Ai buckles Rex A No 1416 ot Elk Garden farm His sire Rex McDonald was the largest winner of saddle prem iums in America Hex A is five years old 16 hands high and a model in form and finish It Is said he traces more fancy blood than any other young stal lion on record The combined stallion Peavine Jr by Old Peavine id well known to every body He is owed by M A Phelps and is making the season at Mr Phelps farm near this city Ellendale Farm was represented by John R Gibsons Sciipture bv the son of William L i Dam Bess Wilkes by Harry Wilkes lie is in the hands of Capt Bob Walker Among the other stallions shown werd Dr Hockadays Rex Peavine by Hex McDonald a handsome red sorrel S W Millions Lloyd a beautiful bin J H Millions Reuben Hill a chestnut sorrel 10 years old Robert Longs King by Black Squirrel and the combined stallion Danville Squir rel by King Squirrel the property of Luclen iiuguely Gov Eagle by King Dictator the LowryeCuistantine Rose by Walking Denmark were aleo Piich admired W A LanpfordB Chester Arthur making the present season in Clark couuty was RISj out Several out of town horse attracted SOllie attention Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the car There is only one way to euro deafness remediesDeafnessdition of the mucous lining of the IfiflamedImperfect hearing and when it is en- tirelY closed deafness In the result and unless tbe inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored toils nor destroyednothingbutcons services Dollarsfor Halls9itQQo1dBilL Fatally PMU wrtiie test NEWBY Miss Hilary Tudor is visiting her sister in Lexington Miss Gertrude Tudor has returned home after spending several days with relatives in Kirksville Mrs Minnie Riinyon closed her school last Friday Miss Jennie Tudor has had as her guest her aunt Miss Eunice Prather Miss Sallie Whitaker accompanied by her brother visited her sister Mrs Dick Tudor of Valley View last Saturday and Sunday week Mr Sherlcy Cottonuf Kirksvilie vis ited relatives here Saturday and Sun day MifcB Elms Million is getting along nicely with her school Miss llallie Mooroof Iluldwin visited her sister Mrs Alva Whitaker last week Mr anti Mrs Elvada Tudor visited friends near Kirksville Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggie Hood entertained a few friends at her home Sunday night The ladres A id Society meets at Mrs Sallie Tudors Wednesday night Mr Mont Heathman is visiting his brother iu Lexington Miss Belle Holman began her school last Monday near Bethel Miss Elms Million entertained a number of young people at her home Saturday night Mr Willie Brank accompanied bv his sister Miss Annie of College Hill visiJed Miss Sallie Whitaker Sunday Miss Alice Cornett has returned home after spending several months witb her sister Mrs Alvin Easters KIKKSVILLE Delayed The sick of our town are all on the mend Mr W P Prewitt the clevor auctioneer is out again after a three weeks illness Mr Green Estes of this place lost a valuable buggy horse last week by breaking his leg IMrs Bettie Whittaker of the Round Hill locality died Saturday of consumption aged twenty years Burial at Gilead Sunday L D King of Junction City lies been here for some time tuning pianos and organs and with the practicihg 01 the colored band sweet strains are wafted nightly 01 the breeze A couple from Silver Creek called on Rev C IJ Ratchford one day last week and were married Mrs Rbodus of Round Hill died Friday night of grip aged about sev entv yrs Burial at Gilead The Baptists of Kirksville are con templating erecting a new church in the near future Work will probably begin on it as soon as the weather opens up- Three new telephones have been put in here recently Kirksvillo schools and business houses are in touch with alt the county Mr R S Brown is in the city buy lug spring goods Miss Gertie Tudor ot Newby who spent a pleasant week with friends here returned home Saturday Miss Ora Hendren who Is teaching a spring school at this place has a full school Miss ElIzabeth Wilmoro of Rich uiond made a flying visit to Kirks ville one day last week r The Kiltiesare Coming Thegreatest Scottish Band in the world I One NightOnlyG- rand tOpera Ious TU AY APRIL Ii 1tkll 25 50 7k ui hOO Ii Ls As spring is here it is time to have your old vehicle repainted and over hauled and made as goodas new We will do the work at prices that will sur prise you Richmond Carriage Works mch25 tf S L Midkiff Prop Kilties Band at the Grandnext Tuesday BIRTHS HURST Mr and Mrs Ben Hurst are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl at their home on Walnut street DEATH oxAt her homo near Wacersvillp E till county last Thuisday Mrs Vm Cox of paralysis aged ahout sixty years Besides a busband Rov Win Cox she leaves one child to mourn her demis- eCuIeIsTzAxJolin William Chris tian died at his home near Chilesbnrg Fayette con nty Wednesday afternoon April 1 He had been in ill health for several months and last fall went to Florida hoping to be benefitted by the change of climate He returned Fri day ni lIt and on Sunday he was taken suddenly ill sinking rapidly until the end came Mr Christian was the senior member of the firm of J W Christian Co of this city besides being interested in other enterprises here His wife who was formerly Miss Anna Price of Evansville Ind and three daughters survive him TAYLOH Our community was very much shocked on last Friday to learn of the death of Mrs Duncan Taylor of Paris which occurod on April 2 Deceased was formerly Miss Bessie Baugh than of this city and numbered her friends by the score She was for sev eral years saleslady for W D Ol han Co Her death was due to typhoid fevdr her illness extending over only two brief weeks It is sad to think of one being snatched away when in the full bloom of her young womanhood The family has the tonderest sympathy of all especially when we recall that only a few weeks ago death claimed a sister Mrs Lyttlelon Pnrnell formerly Miss Sadie Baughmau The funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at the Taylor residence after which her remains were interred in the Paris cemetery ROWLAND This community was much shocked this morninz to learn that Sidney Y Rowland had passed away about one oclock this morning at his home on Broadway Ho was a son of David P Rowland and Mahala Ty ree and was born in Richmond Ky May 5 1831 The first work of his early manhood was as deputy circuit clerk Subsequently he was for a term engaged in conducting a newspaper in his native place In 153 on Feb 22 he was married in his native town to Miss Susan F Shackelford He com menced his mercantile life in Rich mond but in 1865 be moved to Cincinnati and engaged in the wholesale boot and shoe business The life of a responsibilitiesily and in 18GS he fixed his home in Danville so that his children might have the benefit of tho schools of the town and ot the elevated tone of its society He engaged here in the mer cantile business in which he continued till 1881 when ho relinquished hisbusi ness to his sons and accepted the posi tion of President and General Manager of the Pittman Coal Co This position he filled with great success and satisfaction of All concerned till the day of his death His wife a woman of un speakable worth and graces of charac ter preceeded htm tothe tomb on the 12th day of February 1898 His life was one of great success from his modest standpoint He had shielded himself from the corodingsin of avarice He desired and obtained that modest comsetency which he thought should be the wish of a Christain gentlemen This man walked as if he was over in the Great Taskmasters eye The beauty of his Christian life will always be remembered with pleasure and profit by his large circle of friends His pre eminent common sense his integrity 01 character and his perfect poise of mind made him often to be sought for in a set tlement of troubles between friends But WIlY multiply words to com mend or to lament the loss ofthis man when all who will read these lines will already bavesaiJ in their hearts all that we can think He was a man of much charity and his nature had been chastened by his acquaintance with grief He is survived byfour children Messrs Win S David P and Edmund S and Mrs Maggie White Danville News Landand Stock Sales 75 Tudor gold a fine young sad 11e horse Robert T sire Tom Covington to Robert Walker for 150 R A Harris sold Monday to Now l ndJones twentythree shoats aver aging J5 pound at 7 cents DrJW Sounder of Union City and P R Roaddsrof UpRiptw sqhj lha flUe Jack Biofehftwk toTbejnas rKfJf1fl t St thiiIll lL1rflOOO- icwtIis dir jcted to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried the Main street butchers The mail or der business of this firm has growh to such propor we are now making a specialty of our WiiDleijale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only tfcje best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with tlie greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons W j also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butters 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 ijo serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky = FLOUR = Where are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flou r my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill gbwith you my pretty maids Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone 1663 WACO KY Wool Carding in Season t Selling Out at Cost To Quit Business Richmond 10C Store + + ++ + ++ +++ 444 + + +++++ + tt SPECIAL t4 + + ++ + + + +++ + + t+ ++ + + ++i + Dr Hobson dentist next dow to Government building tf Richmond Ky Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big coMs that end in consumption nml rloftli Watch the little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Selling out to quit business Richmond Ten Cent tore Store for rent apr 1 tf Come and see tho heaviest the best and the most complete Range in the marketThe Mille You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Khaekelford Co Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicine chest Heals burns cuts bruises sprains Instant relief 1m Dan IL Breck will Insure your city or coontry property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldham building npr 8 lOt The Garnet Hotel has recently opened an lan accommodate the public with lodging and moals Reasona ble rates Would appreciate your patronage Resr 3Ctfully mar 4 3m R G Engle Proprietor If you buy a Majesit Range you will not have to telephone us to come and take It out as the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not Batisff ctory we will make is so but such an occureuce never happens with the Majestic fob 25 4m Arbuckles Simmons Blue Grass Land Fcr Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr l lf Harvey Chenault Corm Wanted Wo wish to buy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BURXAM BENHKTT BRO forSai- sAnextragoodmllchcow Jersey tf S2POWELL A lazy liver makes a lazy man Bur dock Blood Bitters is the natural never failing remedy for a lazy liver 1m D B Shackelford Co have con tractedwitu the Miller B F Co for the Eale of their Ranges in Madison county tf Auctioneer My serVIces as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank tc lrust Company or by writing T D CilEXAOL- tmlilS tferriil wy correctvthingfor Phone 165j Dissolution Sale Having decided to dissolve partnership we will closeout our entire stock of general merchandise at liost R LJENNIKQIS C- omcbl83moPaint Lick Ky 70 CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the Hit fails to cure E W Grovels signature a on each box 25 cents tFarm For Sale One of the best farms iij Kentucky on two good pikes lj mlljs from rail road station and postofficeij Excellent improvements all in grnsitweIl wa tered Contains 255 acre be divided Terms extra easy EBEyAs aprltf1edHusoKy A visit to tIe Richmond Carriage Works will convince you tlifit we can serve yon as never befoTei The handsomest line of CIJ18teSitphaolons buegies road carte in Central Kentucky here awaits your inspection We will not ily please you with the style and finisl fOil r vehicles but will make the pijbe so as to suit your means Our veh iles range In prices from S3S to soqatid such beauties were never t before in Richmond Eve r vehicle guaranteed JQ bpits rejiresoi efl Give ue If chI liobtil0ld OmtWior1ct- m e1tf L jllMPtOft New Millinery Miss K V Schmidts new stock of spring milinery has arrived and she invites her friends to call The trim niini department is in charge of Miss Strirker of Cincinnati an experienced trimmer Main street with T A Robinson jeweler mch25 3t 1t eToj FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of I Moving Pianos Furniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at all times Elmer ParrishSuccessor to Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone RICHMOND KY mar 3m Richkin No 87121 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 ills style action size and breeding certainly entitle him to rank witb the best He combines the blood of three of the best sires that over did service in Kentucky viz Old ravine Black Squirrel 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 byOlddaughtersSheold form in 225 and only for an accident at that age would have taken a low record Pedigree Kichkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cerro Gordo Dam Miss Richmond 5T 1 by King Richard be by Old ImpPhaetonA S H R by Old Peavine 2nd Darn by Warren Harris Denmark 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare Description Richkin is a beautiful red sorrel 16 hands high foaled April 20 1000 and weighs 1200 Ibs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a small horse In breeding he hasnt a mean cross and is bound to prove a superior sire Tmakeermsat the Jas B Miller farm on Ha sans Mill pike Silver Creek Ky 7 miles South of Richmond Ky at20to Insure a Living COLT I Money Due in all 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 got be responsible should any occur ot AKSUCKLE LETCHER s I WC8JWHP KTOKY lIr1arn0 LADIES MUSLIN r UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambricjand flounce with foot ruffles etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace onedge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with laceruffle to Thatch Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circularneck tand elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnfile hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 99c49c 90cI Ladles Drawers to Space will not permit of my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under wear we carry so call in and see our line which is firstclass in every way and full sizes guaranteed t t Yours respectfully h ri OWEN McKBB 1 Cot Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY L n- n frea Cold in One Day I Take Laxative BrOIliO Quinine Tablets Seven Million boxes sold in post 12 months J DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash guaranteed is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5II IejUJs 250 5U bottles 3 2 II jugs 210II Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery ATcBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky This signature 49c 99c 25c 9fJc 25 99c Tr A in Cures ilon box25c R H Humphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stockevery day I cordially invite you to call e e R H Humphreys PHONE NO 31 A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors t Also a complete line 0 Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring wear A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces and Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second ELDERS c BARGAIN STORE We take pleasure in lnnouncing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goodst Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinery ever shown in this city i Call and inspct lbe and be convinced that we cant save you money 1cftj S Respectful r Submitted to the Cash T- radeELDER 1 i E Vj gg ggj g e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring isnow getlUlJOut prices your Dont to see our Broadway Phaeton it isthe latest thing out in a vehicIe inting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction kic aTTat1e DT S nnOND KY i tvE232 rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONB 16- 3FRESH Groceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour ie Richmond Climax DVEfDAY APR 2 1903 NVxt Sunday will be Easter Jit Sterling has recently suffered Mo fire The Cecilinn Club will meet this moOn with Miss Helen Bennett on ist Maui street Pan H Ureck Fire Life und Ac ent Insurance OKice in Oldham Ming npr 8 lOt rii on S L Midklff and see the eime of Vflnelis on display Ills are the lowest Majestic Ranges tArbuckle Simmons Seizing out to quit bullies Rich nd Text Cent Rtore Store fort apr 1 M The Miller Range people tell us if ustuiuer telephones us they io not ethp Miller Range for us to send a Ron for it and refund the money for yare guaranteed from end to end tf n B Shackelford fc Co The cold wave which struck here t Friday evening resulted in a light iw with continued heavy frosts nsiderable damage has been done the fruit crop Have rubber tires to taKe the place the old wornout steel tires now on r vehicle We can make a now eel out of your old one Call and i our prices and we will convince u we are here to do business Richmond Carriage Works c h2tf S L Midkiff Prop By her last will and testament Sa j Nugent n ho died recently in Cov ton left 10 to Fattier Ryan of this y to say masses for the repose of the lis of her deceased husband and ilUren The retidue of the estate a left to Mary Weigman of Rich nl Winchester Democrat The origin of this which is going e mwsjiaper rounds is unknown 1 not much of a mathematician d the cigarette but I can mid to a las nervous troubles I can subtract im his 1hyicalenergy I can mnl ti his aclies and pains lean di- his mental powers I take Inter rnm his work and discount his nis forsncceB art rilit in htitise keeping by buy ifatMHil 4jq Rniigp Build a hap tinn 0 1a iI cool comforta usualstnrtinjint ans dream You can cook better P rieaniT live cheaper and fare ttr fuse Gas for fuel In a good a RaTE If you want to know more ThpyI e Cvrts 2o Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Buy you girl a shower stick tf L E Lane liss Willie Traynor of Danville is conducting a spring school at Buffalo this comity Selling out to quit busines Rich mond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 tf The Daughters ut the Confederacy will mret in the parlors of Hotel Glyn don Friday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss June Breck president Mrs W A Johnson of Paris will open a cooking school Tuesday after noon April 7 at 230 oclock at the Masonic Temple The term consults of eight lessons Price 3 tickets are transferable single lessons 60 cents Wo wish to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in this Issue of Crutcher l Crueller shoe merchants They have in a complete line of spring and summer styles in foot- gear for men women and children Give them a call before purchasing elsewhero They wil interest you We guarantee to furnish you a vehicle of any grade cheaper than can he purchased in this city or even in the Stat e Wo bought these goods in car load lots in order to make the low prices that are now prevailing at our works Call and couviice yourself of these facts Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkifT Prop Mrs Lee Hairpin Is at her old stand on West Main with an entirely new line of millinery readytowear hats and all the latest novelties She invites the ladies of Madison county to call and insect her stock apr 8 3t Given a Home Mr II Y Harvin agent for the Kentucky Childrens Home Finders Society was bere last week and took away with him Millard McCollum of this county who will be placed in H comfortable home Fresbytery Medlnf The Transylvania Presbytery Southern is in session at the Presbyterian church at Staufoid Rev W H Dodge D D who is the retiring mod erator preached the opening sermon last night Will LIve In Madison Mr Theodore Wilson was in Monday and ordered his CLIMAX sent to Waco He has always been a resident of Sta tion Camp Estill county but last week removed his family to the Bonny farm at Elliston We are always glad to welcome such citizens as Mr Wilson to our county faralyzcd Dr Mathew Van Lear of McAfee Mercer county was stricken with paralysis last Wednesday afternoon and since then has been in a critical condition DrVan Lear is one of the most widely known ministers in the Southern Presbyterian church and is well known here The Death Penalty Wednesday the jury in the case found contractor James Bess guilty of the murder of Mrs Martin and fixed hip punishment at death The Governor also on the same day fixed May 15th as the day for the hanging of Wm McCarty for the murder of his wife Four murderers are now in the Lexing ton jail under sentence of death Public Sak Wo will offer for sale publicly on Saturday April 11 at 10 oclock a mat her late residence on Glyndon Avenue the Household and Kitchen Fur niture of Mrs Nancy Guess deceased consisting of bed room sets and several pieces of valuable old furniture Terms made known day of Sale State Bank Trust Co Executor un der will of Mrs Nancy Guess Public Sale If not sold privately before hand I will srll at public sale on the premises my residence on Oak street on Wednesday April 8 at 2 pm Also the lot on Irvine street and L N railroad fronting 100 feet on Irvine street 59 on Elm and about 197 on L N railroad Terms made known on day of sale mchl84t Mns ELIZABETH CROWE e JI 1I c LI EIJeatherage Co r SEEDS II Seeds L All kindsof Seeds In fact we are rather IISeedyJ So if Yo want to buy anything in t- heSEED w jj j L Qlneitbe sure and call on EDeatherage Co aid hey ll t you right although you may get a Tw hay wi seed in your hair iLth ge C L= asc Bali The season was opelied here Monday with the game between Wallers Col Isolate Institute and Red House The latter won by a score of six to five Slrayea or Molcn On last Wednesday a black gilt weight about HO pounds two under bits in right At the same time a spotted gilt eight about 00 pounds A liberal reward will be paid for infor mation leading to their recovery aprStf V W Hardin School dosed The spring term of Ayers Academy at College Hill taught by Prof Durre White of Clay City was brought to a successful close last Friday It is said that the College Hill people walit to engage Prof White permanently and they will bo very fortunate if they can as he is one of the best wljo ever wielded the birch in this or any other county State Bonds Burned The State Sinking Fund Commis sion Monday burned 483000 of the States redeemed bonds Another batch amounting to 400000 was also burned Tuesday and the State will then have a bonded debt of only 48 000 This will be cleared away as soon as the bonds can be secured and Ken tucky will be free from bonded debt Most of the bonds so far purchased were bought in Louisville Coming The great rural romance The Folks up Willow Creek is shortly to appear at the Opera House for one night only This attraction brings an elaborate equipment of special scenery mechanical and eectrical effects music and otlmr details necessary to a perfect pro duction The well known comedian Frank Davidson heads the organiza tion which comprises a number of gilt edged artists At the Grand April 29 Found After Fifty Days The body of Leonard Tipton who was drowned while at work on the boom at Irvine about two months ago was found last Friday A diligent search was made fur the body after the accident occurred but alter seeral days it was given up as lost Last Friday a lot of logs were moved and the hotly came up about 100 yards be low where ho was last seen Connly Court Items Jesse Dykes having been appointed Deputy City Assessor appeared in open court and took the prescribed oath and entered upon the duties of his office Thames W Tnrpin qualified as Justice of the IVace of Ellistou Magisterial district No 4 with M Lackey and M Clousoas bondsmen Samuel P Bryant was appointed overseer of road No 143 J T Long was appointed overseer of road No 95 The Infirmary As we go to press a meeting is in ses sion at the residence of Mrs James Bennett the object of which is to determine whether or not the Pattie A Clay Infirmary shall he shut down On account of lack of funds the manage ment fin it an exceedingly difficult task to run the institution We earn ly hope some measure can be adopted by which this most worthy of charities and for which the ladies ot the commu nity have given so much time can con tinue to run It would indeed be a burning shame to have its doors closed and we anxiously wait to hear the re suit No Fair Ibis Year The committee having in charge the proposed Elks Fair reported at the regular meeting of the lodge on last Friday night that after going over tilt whole matter carefully it was in their judgment wisest to abandon the plO ject The reasons assigned for this action was the lack of interest shown by the lodge the merchants and the citi zens of the community The fair is a big job to undertake under favorable conditions and without the full sym pathy of all parties it is almost an im possibility The report was adopted and the committee discharged Court A large crowd in town and a good lot of stock of all kinds Everybody was feeling good and all stock in de mand The two stock yards reported about 1000 head of cattle on the mar ket most of which changed hands prices ranging from 3 to 51 cents Work stock was more in demand than was ever known here before W P Prewitt auctioneer sold 17 horses and mulls at prices ranging from 30 to S84 Good mules four to eight years old sold at 100 to 150 T B Bright bought four work mules at120 each Wm Burton of Lancaster bought two horses at 150 each It N Itealey of Garrard one horse 150 RELIGIOUS Last Sunday was Palm Sunday in the Catholic church and this is Holy week Tomorrow is Holy Thursday and then Good Friday with next Sunday as Easter which will end the pen itentlalweek and is a time of great rfjlcingbeinjr the anniversary of the resurrection of Christ Serious Wreck on L N The long tunnel on the L N between Find and Riverside caved in on 73 a fast freight Saturday evening deIninny of the cars that escaped being damaged when the hnga mass of rock and dirt fell in on them were jerked to pieces by the sudden stopping of the train As is always the case before the trains enter the tunnels the brakemen go back to the caboose and ride through the tunnel in it and in this manner the middle brakeman saved his life which wonld hayc been crush ed out as the slide first struck the train in the middle The damage done to the freight and the rolling stock will coLthie railroad many hundreds of dollars besides completely blocking the traffic on the main line for at least twelve hours Wreck tug trains with large forces were hurried to the scene of the accident with all possible speed from Paris to Row land in order to get the line open by BunUnynighr The through trains due to pass hero at noon and mldnlRbt were compelled to travel a very round about war to pass the wreck They over the L A to Kicholanville thence to Lexington by way of the Southern and to Paris over the Kentucky Central branch of the L KV A number ot peoplo from this city who witnessed tho HogBri IJroiliais jnstinea Ju Lex tflgiOXhSlttU1thy lIornoon whoigtd Ill In WlBolieatar until noon Sunda Severe Storm The wind storm of last FrIday was the worst we jiavo experienced this season Although there was no serious damage in this county the reHfrts show that the surrounding counties were less fortunate In Jessaiplue and Woodford counties several build ings wore wrecked At Lancaster the courthouse was unroofed and oilier damage done The Fairview Chris than church near Lancaster was de mplisliod Much damage is reported in Bath and MohtcomBry counties Newspaper at Irvine The town of Irvine will probably have newspaper in the near future The town hits been without a luticatIongood field for the tight man Mr nan dolph Whit of that place was in the city Monday on Ins way to Ciuciiirntl to purchase the outfit such utated that It they met with encouragement till paper would he established Mr White is one of the best known young mutt in Estill county and we helitve IICIll make the enterprise success Beene bore at the Worlds Fair The St Louis Globe Democrat fays that a suggestion has been rpceivert at Exposition headquarters for the repro duction nt the Worlds Fair of thn old fort at Dooncsboro Ky with a it nile tic TPprodlw Ion if lie rapture of the Boone and Calloway girls by tho In dians tile pursuit atiil rescue by the fathers and it sham hattie representing the later attackon the fort by the Indians and their repulse It Is further engaeated that the old home in MiKsmiri where Boone died In 1820 ho also ropindnced and mrde a niiSmu of pioneer relics collectei in Kentucky Missouri mid other Weitern States folks up Willow Creek Stories that recall the old home among the hills the silvery brook the sloping woodland the wide stretching meadows the fragrant hay and thn cur iOlls doings of the old folks and the farm hands will never loso their litter est Such a story is told in the play The Folks up Willow Creek pre seated by the Frank Davidson jom pany A sweet clean deligl tinl touch of rural life Absolutely per feet in its scenery and presentation It is a sermon a song a poem and a picture combined not only enchanting while you listen but lingering with you as a pleasant memory fnr many many days At the Grand Ope a House one night only Wednesday April J9 Mr Greene Here Jir L Brent Greene formerly a pop ular student at the old Central University was in the city Monday in tho In terest of his father Hon II L Greene who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals The young man found h al most useless to waste any time in Mad ison county as every one whom hn in terviewed expressed the intention of voting for Sir Greene Every voter in Madison who know anything at all b mt the clerks race recoglizing tho services he has rendered for the past eighteen ye rs as deputy in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals is satisfied that Mr Greene is the man who should have the nomination and is willing to help him get it A Good Tarj et Rev II G Turner had a narrow escape Sunday afternoon and is hard ly convinced yet that he was not actual ly shot While standing in his yari on Fifth street he heard a rifle ball whiz past his head A minute later the window near him was crashed by an other ball Becoming excited over the fusiladebe deciJed to investigate the matter and found that a neighbor up the street a piece was shooting spar rows and the balls were glancing from the chimney wlieie the birds worn sit ting When the man behind the un- dIscovered how near he came to depriv lug the community ot a good citizen he was as much excited as the victim of the incident Ready For Work After many delays the manages of the Bluegrass Consolidated Traction company have at last announced that they are ready to begin work in sarn est and expect to have cars running into Lexington from several tcwns within ninety lays Contracts have been let for sixty miles of road and work was begun in Hark county yes terday Senator George B Davlii of Detroit president of the company iaid iu Fridays Lexington Herald Our chief engineer will come to Lexington within a short time tov lo cale our main power houselhere lllhpower stations will be placed in the various tcwns to which we run We expect to adopt the system of running the cars from one town through Lexington to another town This will save one car to each line and will enable us to maintain an hour schedule at much less expense It is only on such a basisthat of one large system that the interurban lines in this section will pay as there is a total population of only about two hundred thousaid in this and the eight contiguous counties When the line to Richmond is built we expect to lay out a park at the Ken tucky river We will have excursion cars with the latest equipment and buffet attachment which majbe chartered by parties in any of the surrdand IlIntIlelseconvenient pattern IBadlyHurt was badly cut by a ef Hill Florida Monday night the muscles in his left forearm being severed Florida was arrested by officer Claude Devore At Elders Mr E V Elder has secured the serv ices of Miss Donnelly of Cincinnati who has arrived to take charge of his millinery department for tillS season She has on exhibit one of he largest and most complete stocks of hats in town Ladies give Mr Elder a call before purchasing ulsewhere Judge Julians Halibreath Stape Judge Ira Julian of Frankfurt can didnte for the Democratic Nomination for Attorney General was up in Estill last week teeing the country and Incidentally looking alter his interests in that setHun On his return he left Ir vine on the Milkis Crevk Liwited duo to arrive here at nine oclock When noaiing Rice Station the train suddenly jumped the trark smash lug two coal cirs and giving the passengers n pretty good shaking up The train crew dill some quick work in getting things straightened EO that they got in only about two hours late Judge Julian dropped in to tell us how glad he was that tie was still living It was the first wreck he was ever in but lie said that it takes all kinds of experiences to satisfy a man when he is running Butus J Clay Proposed For Gorernor The Mt Sterling Gazette edited by John C Wood Railroad Commissioner from the Third district comes out in a strong editorial adu orating the Repub lican nomination of Brutus J Clay of this chv saying he is the only availa ble man to lead the party to victory It follows in part Mr Clay belongs to no faction is in no sense a politician of the modern school antI has never had any axes to grind He is not seeking the nomina tion and we do not believe he would accept it unless it came to him from a united and harmonious party If it comes to him in that way he is too good a Republican and too patriotic acitizen to decline it 11 the Republicans desire to win if they want to secure and hold the con fidence of the large independent ele went of the people of Kentucky they must nominate a ticket that is clean from top to bottom a ticket that will stand impregnable before Democratic assault and criticism Qrcnit Court The April term ot tho Madison Cit cult Court convened Monday Judge J Benton presiding The following gentlemen compose tim juries for the present term on AND way W W Combs foreman W H West T S Hen ren Tames F Oldham Jas DeJarnett E D Ballard D M Phelps S L Huguefy Butler Dunn James Noland Elza Cosby and John C Mason PETIT JURIES John Brooks Ezekiel Jones J O Duerson Thomas Curry E B Evans W T Griggs J1I Hagan Pendleton Tracy Thomas Phelps Dan Harber Samnel Shearer Jacob Hackett J W ElkinU C Clark G B Noland John- S Cade L 0 Shearer M A Bigger staff Thorn ts Hudgins t and A J Venable tndoises fledger Commissioner of Agriculture The name implies a man to further the interest of the farmer and agriculturist and cne who knows his needs and will devote his time and his energies to help to that end He should be a man who is a practical farmer apd one of the sons of toil whom the farmer de lights to honorOne oi us It gives me pleasure to say that in my opinion we have such a man as the aspirant for the place Capt T T Hedger of Scott county a man whose heart and soul is in sympathy with every move meat to better his fellow farmers A tobacco grower he is one of the first men to enlist himself in the cause of the tobacco growers of his State a man conversant with the needs of the agri culturist anti one in whom the farmers can place implicit confidence and feel assured that if elected their welfare wilt not sutler W B HAWKINS Easter Service There will be special service at the Episcopal church thie city Easter Sun day beginning at 11 oclock a m Till musical program will be unusually at trartive The best talent has been secured for this occasion The following program will be carried out in lull Voluntary HymnSll Hymnal JefTerv Christ Our Passover Morrington Gloria PaIn Anon Te Deum Baurtbach Benedictus Gounod Christ the Lord is Risen Today Wilson Hymn No 170 Hymnal Tours Gloria Tibi Tallis Hymn No 122 Ganntlett Offertory Sanctus Gounod Sevenfold Amen Stainer The following will participate Sopranos Miss Nannette Creole Miss Jennie Taylor Mrs Pace Mrs W S Oldham- ContraltosMrs Sam Bennett Mrs H L Perr- yTenorsMr A 0 Scanlan Mr W A Thomas BassosMr J V Logan Mr Joe Giunehfcllani Mrs M C Kellogg organist J L Watson 1820 N Upper Lexington Ky 2t Imported Dress Goods Under Price These fabrics have just readied our counters It means the greatest sell lug occasion of the season We lilted not tell you of their beauty and character for yon know what to expect Store FrenchNovelties of newest weaves and color harmony in all wool and silk and fabric ra Voile in blue and green effects lace stripes embroidered crepe effects individual dreHS patterns exclusive and desirable at very moderate prices Scotch Tweed Homespun Suiting Bourette and Nut mixed effects grays greens bidest browns and tans 54 and 56 inches wide at 100 and 125 r Black Dress Goods f CrepeUIQtbsever put into a dress LuO per ylrd Extraordinary Values in New Spring Silks The very smartest of the nejf Spring Tailormade Suits It Is a delight to look at them The new seasons most fetching styles are shown in profusion and the prices are most reasonable A special effort to secure unusual values in womens fine Ijnits resulted in getting quite an array ot some things that we can sell as low as l2 50 both in Venetians Cheviots and many others that are worthy of your attention from 15 to 50 Womens readyto wear Skirts finely Tailored ir f3 50 to 2Wai able FabricsI5000 yards White Basket Ctfevlot and Wash Dress Fabric Madras Mercerized Cottou Linen Whlto CoLiu Veiling and Mercerized Etaihlnes in all shades Our Dressmaking Denirtment is in charge of Madam Walker lteof Louisville whose reputation a1ait artist has no equal in the State JL 1 ATSONLIXINOTON Jlt20 North QHNt J KY New sank Otpmz d The Frenchburg News saysi A meet lug of the gentlemen interested in es tablishing a bank at this place was held here Monday and effected an organiza tion of what is to be known as the Menifee Deposit Bank W C Taylor WAS elected president and H L Will lace of Paint Lick cashier Messrs Ike C Adair of Fordsville and John J McHenry of Louisville who in con nection with the First National Bank of Louisville are interestedjn a chain of fifteen other banks have taken one half the stock the balance being subscribed by the enterprising business men of Menifee Mr Wallace the cashier of the new bank is a Madison county man a grad uate of Central University anti of one of the leading commercial schools ol the State Ho has taught school for some years in Madison and Oarrard counties and Is well fitted in every way to fill the office to which he is called PERSONAL Mr RW Miller was in Frankfort last weekIMr Henry James has been visiting in Carlisle Mr Henry L Perry spent Sunday in CynthianaMr Frasa was in Lexington last Thursday Mr Robert C Saufley was in Stan ford last week- Attorijey J Richard Bush was in Stanford last week Mr and Mrs Robert Harris spent last week in Louisville Dr Landman the oculist will be At the Hotel Glyndon today Miss Magaret Miller is at home from a visit to Lancaster friends Mrs Mary Maddox is at home from an extended visit to Florida Mrs Gilbert Grinstead is convales cing from a recent severe illness Mr Herbert Scrivner of Winchester spent a few days hers last week Mr McNew of Brush Creek paid the CLIMAX a pleasant call Monday Mr John R Gibson is at home from a business trip through Indiana Misses Willie and Mary Traynor of Danville are visitinftMrs WE LuxonT JrMr Brutes W Turner has been en tertf ining Mr Sidney Turner of New YorkProf J D Clarkof Lexington brightened our town by his presence MondayMrs e Ballew has been visiting her sister Mrs Arch Kavanangh in Lancast Miss erIa visit to Mrs Harrison Simrall in Lexington Mrs Hugh McLellan has as her guest her mother Mrs Mrguire of ShelbyvilleMessrs Hugh Tevis and Cecil Hart have gone to Keokuk Iowa with a view of locating Judge John A Kunkol has been vis iting his daughter Mrs Kate Hour claw at Bnrgin Mr Josiah B Willis of Cral Orchard was here Monday shaking hands with numerous friends Mr and Mrs J D Allen of Carlisle are guests of Mr and Mrs J W Za ring at the Glyndon Mr B S Letton is quite illat the home of his daughter Mrs R A Wool ums on the Summitt Mr James Dodge of Jacksonville Fla is the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs W H Dodge Mr and Mrs A L Gott are sojourn ing at Hot Springs Ark for the ben efit of Mrs Gotls health Mrs Sam H Stone of Louisville is visiting her parents Major and Mrs John D Harris at Whites Station Miss Cora Hinds of Covington isI the guest of her brother Mr Claude Hinds in the city Mrs Bertha M Smith has returned from Louisville where she was called by the illness and death of her mother Mr Rucker Lewis of Thompson Sta tion Clarkcounty has been visiting his aunt Miss Lucy Adams on the Campus H Miss Elizabeth Pates of Midway is the pleasant guest of her brother Capt John R Pates and family on BroadwayDr P Smith who has been attending the Hospital college of Med icine returned home Saturday on ac count of ill health Miss Mollie Fife and Mesdames C M Shearer and C W Howard attend ed the performance of the ROller Brothers in Lexington last Saturday Miss Hallie Hamilton who has been spending several weeks with her sister Mrs Harry Scrivner returned to her home in Estill county Monday Mrs John Feeny TJr of Bntle Montana is visiting relatives at Lancas ter and Paris Mrs Feeny will be remembered as Miss Bernice Baughmnn Miss Louise Farris of Lancaster and Messrs Shelby Tribble and George B Harris of Stanford spent Sunday with Miss Nettie Farris at Silver CreekMisses Anne Bennett Olivia Bald win Same and Mary ShackeUord nail Katie Smith attended the performance of Rogers Brothers in Lexington last SaturdayMrand Mrs Scott Lowtber of St Louis who have been the guests of Miss Addie Hnnley spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Nettle Farris at Silver Creek Col W W Plgg who was taken in Lexingtol several weeks ago and has been confined to his room ever since is greatly improved and hopes to be out again In a few days Versailles friends were forry to hear of the illness of Mrs S Neville Mob erly neo Amsden of Richmond Mr and Mrs Moberlv accompanied by a trained nurse left Richmond Saturday for New York where Mrs Moberly will be under the treatment of a noted phy sician Woodford Sun Mr A D Miller the hustling bush ness manager of the Richmond CLIUAX was In the city Monday and carried home with him in his pocket a number of good advertising contracts from Lexingtons enterprising merchants Mr Miller has made the CLIMAX one of the best paying newspaper prop erties In Central Kentucky find a nigh class family weekly and as a resul AS an advertising medium it is hard to beatDr Eugene Hume has re turned to Lexington and resumed his practice of medicine which has been interrupted by several months illness Dr Hume is a graduate of the New York Hospital College and a young physician of much promise Lexing ObserverMr Anal D Miller enter tained delightfully at Flinch Taesday evening in honor of their guest Miss Elizabeth Milkr of Indianapolis There wceotsr tables and the game Wa plMwf4b Maehliitanrl r bylii1 J e EASTER SUITSFOR YOUNG MEN the prize by Mr II Luxon After the prizes were the guests to the din injr room where were served Those were Mr and Mrs A n Miller Mrs C D Miller Misj Miller of In Miss Bessie of Ir vine Miss of Misses Helen Julia Lucy Crowe Mary and Mrs Neale und Messrs J Po Bush Ballari Luxon Chas Frasa T H Burton Farris and R S Crowe Mba Miller the guest of honor will be as one of the at of last summer and her return gives great to her many We on at all a of from the new mines that are being a Brush Creek Ky and do not to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills At the Jellico and other We are still in the and a of We and 14iJ L N Ky to you a of ers to it to lfits t 8 5 of a no us OYINGTON BANKS c FOR BOYS gentlemtns Ballard awarded repaired delicious reireshraents present Elizabeth dianapolie Riddell Jirman Missouri Bennott Higgins Florrie Bright Tribble Bennett Plckels remembered Inactive visitors pleasure friends keep hand times good supply Brush Creek Coal operated hesitate neatly onehalf perfectSatisfnction grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc ee teSSsolicit share your patronage Guarantee PromptServke Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard Warehouse Phone Depot Richmond Ready young gentlemen show great collection beautiful suits for Easter These Suits were selected by expert buy who give their whole time and thought the clothing business hence stands reason that here youll find the newest styles best quality and lowest prices And youll always find that our clothing better and holds shape longer than most kindstFine Suits 10 to 20 Good Suits 650 to Cheaper Suits A great stock special sizes longs slims stouts and regulars insures perfect fit matter how youre built Try I OUTFITTERS MEN AND Health Meanse WealthI Come and enjoy the excellent results derived from Physical Culture Sure cure for Insomnia Indi gestion Constipation Nervous ness Curtis AdamsPhysical ector Studio over Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings StripsIngrainsTHREE CENTS Pel roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Leadetc Largest stock to select from 5ve vXee SeXVs Qeo M Willging209 West Main Street We beg to announce the Spring Openingin our Merchant Tailoring Department = APRIL 15 1903 t 500 Styles of Spring and Summer tt Suitings Trouserings and Overcoatings t TO SELECT FROM A practical cutter fronl New York CitywiU he withus to take your measurements 1 Dont Iforget the Date V dnesdeiy Ajpiril lith l RIeE ARNOLD WainStreelk Richmond Ky ir L PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS ItW MILLER ATTBZYATLAW KICBMOHD EBTTCCKT Office n the Bantam Building next dour to arwee National Bank feb3ly JA St7LLrV ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Slate Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main stre- etJODMOIIENAULT ATTORNEYSATLAIV RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY tEOflictover Tayior Bro Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOHXKY8 AN- DCOUNLLOUArLtW KICHMONO KENTUCKY hce In John Ilennctt1 old law office over Perry Thomas drug Bt- OICPSIOI3 01 i M iw GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OiEcc ia th Dr Iljbfltm bu diug MalnStreet U a JASPER MD h i1 t Sor cwy Uk Il flIfl rtl- dwo r slcItVJIIdw noflIotD KKHTUCKY t iVANs t lHUIIS ASL1 iURU- gUKisuNu KHNIOCK1 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Ooteopathic Physicians State Bank t Tiust g J5 niture furlh1 mi ti lio tiiiii CONSULTATION FREE OrArtMate Southern Kehuol of OtihcopatUy DENTAL STTBGERY tr aett itootDEN flST OF IXIDISTILLB KY oOfflcc next door to Government Building ftlehmSod Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 n T7ly V 14 Blanton Z DENTIST 7OOce lu Bennett BundlDgIyanly TELEPHONE 196 i DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday April 8 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat- 8ATTENTION 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 wel come 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 2jon1y RICHMOND KY r One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup touiniUe t1Ltfc Rnro DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or veramesIAwrenreOurgI8helle05 Lm and p For Irvine 4am For Millers Creek 250 pan TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LouIsVIlle Lexington soil llMam- Cinctnn tl flr m paiFromO M DROWNING Gu Mgr- Verzamee Ky R A Woolnmr B A Richmond Ky Stops ths Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Pries 25 cents TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fo0pJfo Weare plcasod tostatethat it is on sale at the tallowing places ir Madison county ArbucKle k Simmons B cbmond Searcv 3 Hamilton Waco O HIniKl Red Dnuse J r vjIIr View J V Whltlock Baldwin Johnbtapp Newby Burton Roberts Buthton J WTeater Kdenton J W Prewitt Cottonburg- L A Wrarren Paint Lick- Wallacotonr C McSVharter JTCoy Btckner Early Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WP can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSESm- ade to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is FO larg and complete that we can filMmrnedintely all demands for glasses not of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30J1 ly JANIJARD qto 8ry Shuttle jft fSewing Machine ETASDAED CAW jc AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMachines stitch Two machine in one Run aq silent ns the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball bearings Is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We also manufact ure upCallbo convice- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th stCincinnati 0 8mo ll AX1A YEAR iLlIWith the Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Col orado New Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the Pacific Coast WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS 11fIILLMAMp M 9l P Ac- tCIIIItII 8t fOlf IK I F t I Uks Rescued from Suffering and Death b- yPAINES Celery Compound THE GREAT flEDICINE MR ALFRED BROWN A Prominent and Popular Citizen Says After the Use of Pakes Celery Compound I Am Now in the Best of Health The greatest of modem physicians Prof Edward E Phelps M Df LLDafter years of long practice and close scientific study gave to suffering and diseased men and women his marvelous life giving prescription with the conviction and positive knowledge that it had peculiar virtues and ample to cure Thousands of the strongest testimonials from the be known and most reliable men and women of our country fully sustain the claims made ty Dr Phelps regarding his incompar able PtJnes Celery Compound One of the most convincing proofs furnished comes recently from a gentleman widely known in the capital city of the Dominion of Canada Ve refer to Mr Alfred Brown 91 OConnor St Ottawa Onto Mr Browns letter fully demonstrates the fact that the greatest sufferer may cast off his or her burden of disease and become well strong and happy It proves too that the great medicine maintains more fully than ever before its unrivaled place in the estimation of people of wealth and social standing as well as with the masses Mr Brown says I acknowledge with thankfulness and pleasure the fact that I have been cured of a very painful illness of eight years standing by use of Paines Celery Compound I had during the years of my illness tried almost all the advertised medicines without deriving any good results I was also treated by severalof the best doctors of this city hoping to find that one of them at least would understand mycase II I was getting worse and was told I was incurable I was indeed ina critical condition I could not go from the house alone as I was liable to sudden collapse I tried hospital treatment but no relief or good results came to me I could not sleep anything that I ate increased my agonies I was extremely weak restless tired and despondent was obliged to walk about with my hands pressed firmly into my left side to ease my pains my feet and hands were cold continually had inclination to vomit had profuse cold sweats quick breathing and would be racked with pain for hours at a time II After the regular use of Paines Celery Compound for a time I am now in the best of health have good appetite and can use any kind of food Thank God I am my old self once more all through the use of Paines Celery Compound ron T1VENTV TEA- KSDIAMOND DYESlave been the standard home dye Every dicer ery In dying hag been utilized to Improve them Today they arc the simplest BtroDtet and most reliable of all dyes for home use Direction book and 4i dyed sample free We have a special department of advice and will answer free may question about dyeing Send ample of good when poible DIAMOND DYES Burlington VU Whiskey For a King A barrel of whiskey from Cincinnati addressed to King Edward is on its way to En gland The barrel contains 45 gallons of good old Bour bon This is the fourth barrel purchased for His Mp jesty andshipped to him The in formation is given that the whiskey is the real Kentucky Brand and the incident shows two things that Edwardmust be a pretty strong drinker and very foolish to get Ken tucky whiskey from Cincinna ti Lexington Democrat Question ofa Letter A Louisville gentleman wrote to a Lancaster business man and at the bottom of the letter addedICome down this week and we will go to see Hur The Lancaster mans wife got hold of the letter and believing the cu was substituted for the e as a blind collared hubby and the fur flewLancaster Record IN the suit brought by Gov Beckham to settle the ques tionofhis eligibility the Court of Appeals affirmed the de cision of Judge Cantrill di recting that Beckhams name be put on the ballot but the court declined to decide the question as to whether or not Gov Beckham is eligible The American Tobacco Company is said to have de cided to abandon the fight on the independent cigar manu facturers of Havana Cuba The combine is reported to have lost 500000 without making any serious impression on the trade of the inde p3ndents The Human Lottery OOAh U onlr Iere beautiful how Happy lifo would be shelookedsession itt the lottery ofhuman life vhicb woman Hwild not refuse B RiDFIELDSFemale RegulatorforyoUDlgirlson the threshold of woman Wlicn they become achingliend painfultonIcbulldingupnnd Drorlficld Fem eR1atorfurwnmen owsugtoof the menstrual flows painful obstructed and suppressed menstruation is perma peculiartoRegulator clears thecomplexion bright ens the sharpens the tite removes m pdy ana conditions of the skin and cures sick headache at once Of Il1roo botL1 t We4NtPldP cas SL NIMAlM 1 hMK U- MaJesUe Owners 1 WA Anderson 2 M F Arbtacklci 8 WallerBennett 4 JoeS Bopgs 5 N B Ooy D M Chenault 7 GVOates 8 0 W lisle 9 John D llarcU IOTHliart llUG Harris 12 wn Letcher Jr 13 J C Lackey J4DavillA AIcCord 15 Henrv Perry 16 Or G G Perry 17 lion W B Smith jS M B Stagner 19 Judge N JJ Turpin 20 Eugene Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers- TIio above list is the number of Ma jsti ranges we have sold in the last ten months If you are uot 0110 of thnt list we want to inako you one tills year SURE It is malleable Iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges arid will will cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call st Jl ajostle Headquarters mid examine the Best ICiingeyou ever saw ArnucKLE JJIMOJM Notice to Creditors All potions having claims against the estate of J lan llalliinl deceased are required to present etiniK property vtr itird on or lfue May hat or rfiiine wilt tmlwrrid Mrs L It HnxnKusoN tnrl8 4t Administratrix 33 Majestic Uanges sold iu the last 10 months from tho times we put oufthe first one EVer one wo have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect itaiige malleIlet 2 4in Arbuckle Simmons ic9genuineLaxativea remedy that cures n cold In one day When yon Fee a dollar you quite naturally pick it upas quickly as pos slhle A dollar saved is just us good pa a dollar found Ve can not tell you where 1010 to pick up dollars but we can assure you that huvinjj jewelry 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 tf LEIANn Makes a Clean Sweap Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves vou ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures burns sores bruises cuts boils ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its only 2e and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all druggist 1m Secretaryof the Treasury Shaw has issued acircular an nouncing that beginning with April 1 he will refund S100 000000 worth of bonds either 190818 per cent or the 1907 4 per cent Robbed the Grave byJohnI was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and dayime up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement J 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 Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether you think you want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and inter eating to show and Inspection costs nothing tf L ELAXK The average age of the six teen new senators is fiftytwo and twothirds years with Gen Alger of Michigan leading thean at sixtyseven and Disciple Smoot of Utah bringing up the real at forty one A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halts Great Dis covery 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 bothmen and women regulates bladder troubles- in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure anycase above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K HEAD TIllS t Richmond Ky Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDeac Sir I have usedone bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great DIscov eryfor kidney dod bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when Tbegan usinc it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7j in Iv JOIINA RIDDEL Paper ror Farmers linlyjournalportion of tie State It leasily this lending paper of its kind published h Kentucky und for a short time Ijio subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per year or on tiialt three months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday ard contains ably edited departments for ngricnltuiidts stock meriarud raisers of poultry Mrs R A Owen is among the contributors to the poultry depart ment She is the beet authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles alone are worth the full sub scription price of the paper Write for sample copy Address The Kentucky Farmer Danville Kentucky By a special arrangement the Ken wmbothprice is for old as well as new subscrib er I1C9Addrs5a1ilQhm0fltltcL1tuLky 0c r I pe ffpFor M Women The suffering and pain endured by many workingwomen iis almost beyond belief Howdistressing to see a woman struggling to earn a livlihood or perform her household duties when her back and head are aching She is so tired she can hardly drag about and everymovement causes pain the origin of which is quickly traced to some derange ment of the female organismS When the monthly periods are painful or irregular when backaches and headaches drive out all ambition when 1canhardlydragabout sensation attacks you when you are sonervousitseemsasthoughyouwouldfly it is certain that some female derangement is fastening itself upon you Do not let the disease make headway write your symptoms to Mrs Pinkham for her frets advice and begin at once the use of LYDIA E PiNKHAMS VEGETABLE COHPOUND Profit by the Experience of the Women Whose Letters Follow DEAR MPJB PnKnA3lI wish to write and thank you for all you have done for me I have been suffering with Vomb and ovarian trouble for about four years and tried everything but found no relief E went to the best specialists in St Paul Minneapolis and Chicago I I would go crazy I suffered so The doctors told me the only thing would be to have an operation md my ovaries taken out I at last decided to quit the doctors and give Mrs Pinkhams remedies a trial I used both LydIa E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and Sanative Wash and now find myself completely cured I had the doctor to make an examination and he said I was cured I cannot say enough what your remedies have EXpresfICoMrs Frances Stafford 243 East 114th Street New York NY says It affords me great pleasure to tell you of the benefit I have derived from taking LydIa E Pink hams Vega MRS STAFFORD try wuld I thank with my heart for your medicine has done for me ++4+CALL AT ++ JONES MERSHOIL + SALOOnPARLORWHEtl Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Oeuulae Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssssssssssssss1 Phone 3 Second St Ld Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it IingsNew sry For PricegA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it falls Trial BoWes free jan Weak Heartseveryonecan remember when It was simple Indiges ofbearttraceable to but are 3ie direct result of Indi gestion All food tiiken Into the stomach Which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicatestomachtrouble fourmonthsKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous and the heart cf all pressure Bottles only trWstzwhichPrepared by Eo O Defrrr 00 CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas Half RateTOZZ New Orleansa- nd Return Via Q C Route f Tickets on sale April 111213 good Returning Until April 19J903 Privileg of extension Ask Ticket Agents for particuhjrs tt taks W t7 LJp Kll Ta and Re brn Via liCrmt Eoiits Tickets j an sale May 1234 g Returning until from privilegeTcretA eiit for Par tioil1iLrL I h table Compound I am enjoyingbetter thanleverdidIt mo that I no strength at all I could hardly drag about I was in pain all over I began to feel better takingthe and am now like a new woman I know that if- othersuffering FRANCES women would only it it help them you all what strain iod tex had Mrs Lou Davis 74 Institute Place Flat G Chicago HI says August 24 1901 U For the good of others I wish to testify to the merits of your wonderful medicine Lydia E Pink CompoundI bad condition I sut fered terribly with a continual backache and head ache I had pleurisy in right side bearingdown pains and those dizzy sinking or fainting spells was despondentI and was- greatly surprised at the benefit I derived from its use I am now entirely cured of these ailments and consequently feel and look like an entirely new person I shall always be pleased to influence suffering women to try your Vegetable Compound It has done wonders for me and I am very thankful If we cannot tho letters and y w w w w signatures of above tes which will prove their absolute genuineness Lydia E Med Co Lynn Mass Illinois Central Railroad Low OneWay Rates t- oCALIFORNIA aAfld the Northwest Daily to June J903 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas FORFEIT forthwith produce original timonials Pinkham Very 15 Special Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in erect on first and third Tuesday in each month to tha Southand Southwsst Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and T exas One Fare to New Orleans and Return April JJ to J3 1903 For Folder and descriptive matter of California and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and booklet on New Orleans and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- LouisvilleKy Interest You IlsoucotintyJi we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows j Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators i And other Implements necessary Fo the cultivation of allcrosand to the house keeper we call atttentiou to our line of 1tO 5 a1cts F 50 t eOO Skos J ofi1arJiwareprices will astonish you We carry the goods you must have aud will interest ydu if you will call and get our prices before placing orders fr ftirSthecelebrated 5 Q r ar 1atO which is the finest and most durable wagon on tile atidGutteringners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us quot you prices and wewilrmake fyou an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR = BROS o LiRo- Blantorr i DEALER IN Coal Feect Salt Sand Ine Cement Plaster Hairs Etc- Cn Ma1t iBsr l 11 M 20 II OFON 1 IJ 0 rnpc 20 per cent can be saved by buying your WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR fore us is OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow the only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right I pairing done promptly by workmen 20 PERCENT STOVES Weboughtaridthefreight Great Majestic Range fleaterYou Vican2IoneHARDWARE Farming Implements Runs FayyoArbuckle 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