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II flE RICHMOND CLIMAXLUD- ZE 29 RICHMOND MADISON OOltJNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1903 NUMBER 47 c n e LOOK QUT ring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled ith a new and complete line of the latest novelties in Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in endless variety Carpets Mattings Rugs Oil Cloths c in the Latest Designs DONT FAIL TO SEE OURJ lothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices 5 e have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying u bra Entire New StoCk 0 G re were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line e have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to ver losses Call and inspect our stock and be convinced that wen save you money Our Motto is to please Very Respectfl- ullyLACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets jjSEEYou J t be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the strKIds at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound fotMieal but we have the goods Here are a few articles U ry knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic boxes Ions lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c av spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each nil and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c e iuve now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc iaf WI are offering at astonishingly low prices You should inl xamine these goods before making a purchase In d r ti lose out our SAne 01 5vs ak 4ee e t tir tffer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20c Jumpers lii Jof Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of SIr Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar IDs vu cannot afford to pass us liE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery VI N STREET RICHMOND KY Big Hilt Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of 90 AInite Coal + +++ ++ 1+ + + +4+++ + ++ ++ +++ 4+++ ++4 ordinaryaiJany +44 +4- P V 3 JI Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITURELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits tag Room and tfJ Jtchen Furniture flt WecordialJyinvitex store their headquarters We MzwiztlJplease Our success depends upon it anii there sonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and Mattings and Carpets in variety OurPicture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JO 8 dORbIl Ihone n1Y13 Night M t7M i i j RICHMOND KY Underrating a Specialty I e Q Eva SJr EmNlIei ii What Girls Do Girls did you ever think of it that boys have more self respect than the members of your sex There is not a young man of any degree of respectability that would be seen walking down the street with a drunken girl You might search the streets with a fine tooth comb and then not find a young man who would lock arms and go prom enading with a lady who was puffing a cigar or squirting tobacco juice around on the sidewalk Girls have no hes itancy in accepting the com pany of such characters and too many of them are only too anxious to accept the com panionship heart and hand of anything that wears pants Society will become refined when the girls demand of the boys who wish to pay them attention the same purity of character that the boys de mand of the girls Over the heads of the young ladies of the land hang the possibilities of the reformathat ever swept over this country of yearsExHan Man born of womanJs little persim mons and generally green Iris life might be divided in four parts As he starts in his stomach is lull of pains blackberry balsam and paregoric and be winds up the first period by steal ing green apples and fishing en Sunday The second period commencing at 15 rapidly passes into the smartaleck fever and he learns to wear standing collars smoke cigarettes call his lath er the old man and go with the girls At 21 after he has bankrupted his father and blown in every cent of his own ho finds a woman who is fool enough to marry him and takes in washing until she is called away The last period he lives around with his children tells of the big things he did when a boy and finallygoes under making u momentary bubble on the sea of humanity then is forgotten Ex One death in every 112 in the United Statesisamurder SOfT CORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy one marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest fall fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and riph blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives thern strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT 30WNK Chemists 4 Kisreariaret ytNewYotlr Sold Under the Hammer The most interesting evcmt of the largest court day of the year at Harrodsburg was the sale by the Master Commis sioner of the home of the late Governor Beriah MagoSin albmost tne entire tract lying within the city limits The sale was made to satisfy a judgment in favor of the Doyle National Rank The original debt wits 11000 but eight years interest taxes and costs bringing the amount to 17000 and other incum brances will make the total indebtedupss over 22000 It was sold in three parcels first and then as a whole and was knocked off to the Boyle National Bank at 10855 It was once valued at 30000 In the distribution of the es tate this property fell to the second son EbenezerMagoffiD who has occupied it since Unfortunate speculations in boom cities have caused the loss of his entire patrimony RichMn No 187121 S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we believe he is one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding certainly entitle him to rank with the best lie combines the blood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz Old feavine Black Squirrel and Klnj Richard There are few horses that cany as much of Old Pcavino blood its this horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was bred on dams side lile this horse being out of a mare by Old Peavine Richkin is out of ole of Old Peavinea best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3year old form in 22p and only for an accident at that age would have taken n low record PedigreeRichkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers tt Cerro GordoJDam Miss Richmond 551 by Ring Richard he by Old Peavine out of Phoros by Imp Phaeton 1st Dam Lee Wood 2310 A S II R by Old Peavine 2nd Data by Warren Harris Denmark2rd by the Jim Huguely mare Description liichkin is a beautiful red sorrel 10 hands high foaled pril2019IO and weighs 1200 Ibs he has the makeup fineness and action ot a small horse In breeding ho hasnt- a mean cross and Is bound to prove a superior sire TermsRfchkln will ot male 19D3 at the JaB B Miller farm on Ha gans Mill pike Silver Creek Ky 7 miles South of Richmond Ky at 20 to Insure a Living COLT 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 nut be responsible should any occur f tl tl ARBUCKLE LETCHER RICHMOND KENTUCKY mr 182mo A citizens posse at Bedford a suburb of Cleveland 0 waged a battle with a trio of robbers who during the night had committed seyerz t7 burglaries at GarrettsvilUi One of the criminals was killed outright and another was so badly wounded that his capture was effected A Great Sensation There was a big sensation la Leo i yule Ind when W H Brown oi theft place who was expected to die had saved by s Now DiU covery for consumption He writes SJ endured in sufferableagonlesfrom Ash iipImmediateeffected a complete cure 1111bronchitisIts the peerless remedy for all and lung troubles Price candlIlOGnnrnntoed by all druggist Trial bot ties freb 1m There is being held in Beij lin an exposition thatch Udall rthat relates to the cultu s and economic use of the pot to 1 as human food 2 a 3 feed for domestic animals as material for the mahufa tureof alcohol and 4 ais m terial for starch and subsic ary productsstarch suga syrup dextrin etc The e hibition of a year agocpverj I only the uses of potato hoi as motive power fox bus machines II t alf THE OLD rxEuw- erERota eAKIN G POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Unions and Morals It is becoming a matter of some interest if not of some importance to know what moral effect thevarious stakes now and recently in progress in this country are having on those who encourage or take part in them Within two or three years we have seen ex hibitions that in the quiet old days when industry was in dividual rather than corpor ate would have shocked and amazed the community but which now are accepted as a matter of course Men women even children are beaten houses are blown up boycotts are ordered against trades men laborers and mechanics are ordered at peril of their lives to refrain from work and employers are persuaded that they have very little to say as to the conduct of their own business Allover the country it is strike strike strike everywhere Nobody is willing to do this work The laborer looks not to the man who pays his wages but to the walking delegate for his orders The sacredness of a contract is derided The liberty that men once had to work is disappearing There is little of wage slavery in these days The slavery that crushes is the slavery of the unions that binds the better workman to be the tool of the inferior If it is pos sible to get at the strike mi crobe and administer an effic ient antitoxin a desirable state of peace may be restor ed for the agitation that is against peace seems to affect the once sound morals of the community The American workman was a man in whom his nation took a pride be cause he was the nation He was a member of the church he sent his children to the public schools he enlisted in the militia and helped to en force the laws he was loyal to his government he never appeared as a prisoner in the police courts his attitude to ward other workers was friendly lie was a man who did some reading and reason ing he was economical and thrifty he was a man with whom it was a pleasure to associate Is he that kind of a man today Is he going to be that kind of a man tomor row The strongest argu ment against labor unions is the conduct of the leaders who run them Brookryn Eagle Eczema scald head hives itchiness of the skin of any sort inatantlty relieved percanently cured Ointment At any drug store 1m Freight charges on exports and imports which go to for eign ships are believed to ag gregate yearly at least 85 000000 against this country Doubling the the size of a steamer halves the consump tion of coal per ton of dis placement Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun des etc Medicine Free Robert Ward Maxeys Ga says I suffered from blood poison my head face and shoulders were one mass of jointsburningrun down and discouraged but Botani Blood 3alm cured me healed Mil the sores and gave my skin the rich glovrof health Blood Balm pnt new life into my blood and new ambition Into my brain Geo A Williams Roxbury face covered with pimples suppuratingswollinoaneck perfectlyhealed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running EspccialIystaSeImprovesweak kldnojl Dmgg ate 1 To prove cures s 83pl of Blood Balm BloodBalmillMakd1ett Origin of old Sayings The HoneymoonFor thirty days after a wedding the an cient Teutons had a custom of drinking a mead made of hon ey A SpinsterWomen were prohibited from marrying in olden times until they had spun a full set of bed furnish ings on the spining wheel Hence till married they were spinstersThe In primi tive times the newly wedded man had to wait upon his bride and the guests on hs wed ding day He was their groom Sirloin of BeefKing Charles I being greatly pleased with a roast loin of beef set before him declared it good enough to be knighted It has ever since been Sir Loin CabalThis word was coin ed in Charles IIs reign and applied to his cabinet council It was made out of the initials of their names which were Clifford Arlington Bucking ham Ashley Lauderdale Good Wine Need No Bush Long before the days of inns or taverns in England men who had wine to sell hung out a bush by the roadside as a sign for travelers Hence arose the saying that if aman kept good wine he needed no bushThe BobbyA nickname given to the formed police men of London from the first time there were any to the present day because Sir Robert Peel passed the act that created the force Peelers is another nickname likewise derivedThe Blarney StoneThe origin of this legend is not known The stone rests on thetvery pinnacle of the tower of Blarney Castle about four miles from Cork Ireland Large numbers of people still climb to kiss it every year Sir Walter Scott kissed it in his day The castle was built in the fifteenth century by Cormac McCarthy Prince of DesmondEVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save the Reader Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions see that they have the amber huaof health The discharges not excessive or in frequentContain no brickdustlike sediment Doans Kidney Pills will do this for youThey watch the kidneys andcure them when theyre sick Mr John Zolleis Oity Auditor resid lag 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 ecarely gauge the misery a sufferer endures is annoyed day and night by this far too prevalent trouble To all such my advice is cure 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 representations and deserves my unqualified in dorsementFor by all dealers Price 50c Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Remember the nameDoansand taken other 1m A fund is being raised in Tennessee for the purchase of the Andrew Jackson relics at the Hermitage The La dies Hermitage Society has made the first contribution of 250 to the fund It is under stood that persons outside the State are ready to pur chase the relics and patri otic Tennesseeans are trying to prevent their removal A Thoughtful Man- M M Austin of Winchester Ind needHisstomach and liver trouble physicians could not help her He thought of and tried Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured Only 25c at all drug ttores Itn A Summer Fairyland To those who are planning a summer outing and seeking green fields and pastures new some place where they may cast care aside and com mune with primitive nature where tho the sun shines ever brightly cooling breezes always blow and great heat is unknown it is safely promised that among the rocks and lakes of the Muskoka district about 100 miles north of Toronto situate in the highlands of Ontario 1000 feet above sea level they will find enchantment Handsome illustrated de scriptive publications will be addressonjaSouthern Pa fenger Art Grand 124 Traak RailwayI tl THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE Owing to the great rush of business has been compelled to get their buyers off to the market again for the third time since they moved in their new building on Main Street and already the store is beginning to fill up with new and attractive merchandise in every department The eagle eyed buyers for this great store are searching all the mar kets for pretty stuff and every train that arrives brings us boxes full of the very latest productions in all departments we handle Our handsome new store on Main street is indeed a CenterEvery 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 J Our Shoe Departmenthas been enlarged and is very complete The prettiest Ladies Footwear to be had in the city is being shown in our Shoe Department Ideal Kid French heel Shoes Oxfords and Slippers are among the many attractions shown Our Mens guaranteed patent Corona and uptodateprices named on them are sending them out by the dozen pairs Look through our Shoe 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 thisliner enlarged Our Dress Goods Depart O it taref eartiy menment has been enlarged Our Lace and White Goods Department has been enlarged 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 CORSET nilAmericanHave 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 5oQuiltCotton Tie Masonsville Bleach Cotton 74c Fruit of theLoom Bleach Cotton Tie Good Apron Ginghams at 4c Dont forget that we havemoved to our new and elegant store room on Main Street andfriendsVery Respectfully W D 0LDHAM cc BUSY BEE CASH STORE MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life anal Strength la Every Drop A sdfflf nc trot nfrfa a tlon of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT loclrrille Ky January igca MEAT 8 MALT 0 Louisville Kjr Gentlemen HaTiaexamined Meat and Malt preparation arid be me thoroughiyacgnainted with its composition ant mode of manufacture I can state that ills an eScient time and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and Is especially benendal in nervous prostrationand- aUdbasesattendatwithdebuit Yours truly L D KASTENBINE MD IxrolsvUle College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT 00 evferle K We see that DB Shackelford Gos customem have made him put In a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to stet what people will have tf Mrs JSJred Unrthrrc- Bldent Camrtry Club Beaten JUcfe After my fl it baby WM born I set stem to re y 4reath tKhoujh the lector gave mjia tonic which he cowM ttIgbstMrbud IMWetI K lHe WIM of Ca dui fertaeMdW to iMY aM MNh- afewly pstwp le two WMki war Nt- eIW gal in aj Month two aWe to ilky MM 9s I am v cy tattrwai akicliiHtpnUL eistoIoestheorgensof DaD Ddchillbirth ItprcveoUm roaranwhotakeaWintioaf talusWinbe woaU not k ye baen weakened M adtr me Hec rapidrecovery should everyocpeetantregnlatett the Mestrnal loW WINEfCARDU Bargain e A LAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspection and ap proval We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are j prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a Perfect Fit AND Perfect Finish If you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Talolts Regarding Woniens Apparel 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 and varied one in which every woman will find mostThegarments are distinguished for style ele gance and tastefulness The prices are remarkable for their moderateness We cordially invite the ladiesof Rich mond to pay this store a visit It will be a revelationaud a pleasure Kaufnian = Straus and Co j Lexington Ky Central Kys Greatest Department Store Fine Job Printin I 8 I 11IJJJI 01 iwII L1 1 he Richmond Climax J O CHENAULT President D MILLER Manager hooT SCROWE Editor n WEDNESDAY APR 15 1903 PUltLISHKl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY rhs Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J 11 BENTON Of Clark County FOrt COMMON AKUiTlPS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C T11IiE- 7lnnouncemcnts FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KN3o Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C aaiQQSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison onnty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party loU COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURES We are authorized to anncnnce name ofMrT T HEDGER of Scott county as a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture partyPrimaryFOR STATE TREASURER We are authorized to announce HENRY M DO3WORT1I as a candidate for the nomina tin for State Treasurer subject to tbe action of tile Democratic party primary slay 9 A Neat lr gram Now that the dedication ceremonies of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition the Worlds Fair are su close at hand the public is commercing to wonder- hat St Louis has to otTer in the way of entertainment to outoftown visitors The Henderson Route which Is the Worlds Fair Line has gotten out very neat booklet vestpocket size which contains the complete official program of these ceremonies It is a modern piece ot work in every respect printed in green and rod witb gray at liquc cover and high grade enameled took stock inside Copies will bo gladly furnished on applicationI Gonl Passenger Agent lino L GAiinErr- T P A Henderson Route Louisville Ky CJIBrowerLOI LEXINGTON KY MissionFurniture Ve wish it were possible to bring into full play on paper this simple and refined fur niture in all its odd curious rnd quaint designs The large assortment we are now showing in- Antwerp Flemish and Fumed Oak with the beautiful polish and the upholstery in oldtimey ve ou aglimps of the products of these simple designers who not only added comforts but artistic ideas that have made their reproductions rare and valu able relics for any home LIfBrowerLOJ MAIN AND DROADWAf Zyt Beauty Abounds in our Spring Line of FootwearO- ur lines are now complete in Ladies Misses Mens Boys and CKildrens Shoes wid 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 city Our line of Gents Furnishing Goods is the Nobbiest that can be bought SoLm The frost of death is on her brow The waxen hands lie iiill and cold And over eyes of softest blue The eyelids Jetty fringes fold Sweet thought seems poised upon the lips Half smiling so like life they arc But life and thought have closed their doors In brighter lands they wander far The chiseled image fair and white Holds not tbe spirit fairer still But alliritbin is night and death And wails deaths mission to fulfill ris but the alabaster rase Which held our cherished rose in bloom The fragrance stilt we have but she Now spreads her leavos in larger room Whit though the tears from grieving hearts Well up and flood our heavy eyes Our sorrow still is full of hope We know she lives in Paradise What though the curtain darkly falls And hids our friend from loving view What eer the clime where sbeabides We know her loving leal anti tre That which we had we still will claim Nor will we count our treasure lost Sweet commune still with her well hold Nor count the tears our parting cost Nor hours nor days nor weary years Can from our lives her life eibct Anti somewhere iu the halls of time Well meet and greet her face to IscefFor all events are garnered grain If we Gods laws but understood Aud days of care and nights of pain And death and sorrow work for god Nothing is lost in Wisdoms plan Through toil and tears we reach the goal Toward that divine event we Which solves the mystery Entries Made Thursday was the day fixed by the tate Committee as the limit in which entrance money to the State primary could be paid All those expected to run put up but BreckinridKe fur Gov ernor He insists on waiting until fifteen days before the election as is fixed by the Carroll primary election law His entrance money will probably be accepted then if he still is in the race The list of paid entries for the various officers is given out as follows For Governor J C W Beckham John K Hendrick For Lieutenant Governor W P Thorne Abram Renick For Attorney GeneralN B Hays Ira Julian J Willard Mitchell Charles CarrollFor AuditorJohn B Chenanlt S W IlpgerFor II M Bosworth J T Griffith G W Richardson For Secretary of State II V Me OhesneyFor of Public Instruc tiouJ J Watkins Thomas N Ar nold C E Sugg Ben Watt J H Fuqua For Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreolaud T T Hedger J11 FrszeeFor Clerk of Court of Appeals R L Greene J Morgan Cliinn For Sale An extra good milch cow Jersey tf W G POWELL A lazy liver makes a lazy man Bur dock Blood Bitters is the natural nev er failing remedy for a lazy liver 1m Candidate For State Treasurer In its proper place will be found the announcement of Hon Henry M Dos worth of Fayette county candidate for State Treasurer before the primary election of May 0 Mr Bosworth is a lifelong Democrat and has served his party faithfully Several years ago he was called on to run for Sheriff of Fayette county and was elccted by a handsome majority He filled the ofiice to the satisfaction of every one regardless of politics and to the great delight of the Democrats by whoa he was elected He was one of Gov Goe bels most intimate friends and trusted leaders When the Governor was kill ed he swore that he would do all in his power to track down the assassins In those days to be an active aggressive Democrat around Frankfort was to be in constant danger but Bosworth fear ed not When Caleb Powers and Davis hadeluded the authorities at Frank lort and protected Ly Taylors soldiers were trying to escape to the mountains it was Bosworth who marched into the car in the face of certain death drag ged out Powers and Davis and landed them in the Fayette county jail When offered a reward of 1500 he declined saying that he regretted that he was not able to do more to avenge the crime Mr Bosworth is a man of education lIe is a cultivated gentleman and has heart that beats tenderly toward all He asks only that his caims bo con sidered on his record as a Democrat and a mao Deafness Cacsct be Cared By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafneis and that is by constitutional remedial ecstachian tube When this tube is in tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation cau be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ton ar cons services tnrrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh OntO Send for circulars free Halls Family Pills re the vest Hon Josh Griffith of Dayiesa county an oldtime Democrat who is a candi date for State Treasurer was in the city Tuesday shaking hands with his friends Col Griffith is quite a promi nent politician in his district lIe has served his county Daviess for the last four terms as County Clerk and is a member of the State Central Commit tee from the Sucond Congressional dis rict He has been of much service to the party in his section of the Slate The crownfng service however was the valiant work he did when be was manager of Judge Settles campaign which resulted in the overthrow of Judge n L D Gutley Col Griffith hails from the Western section of the State that part which gives the big Democratic majorities und he should be remembered aid doubtless will be by tho Democrats throughout tim State Obituary Again tho inscrutable decree of the Lord has gone forth and a young an devoted wife has obeyed its mandate Jt has brought dark and heavy clouds to the brows of many friends It has left loving hearts to bleed and the deep agonies of one who is left to sorrow for a companion we may never know How sweet it is for us to pray Thou angel of the wearyhearted come to the desolate ones today Thou Man of sorrow speak again to thy sorrowing ones Let not your heart be troubled It was with a feeling of genuine sad ness that we chronicled in our last is sue the death of Mrs Ruth Terrill Bos son who passed away ron March 29 1903 Sne was taken ill in Florida and immediately returned to her Old Ken tucky Home Our local physicians and the best that the larger cities could furnish were summoned to her bed side and sympathizing friends stayed by her day and night and used every ef fort to keep back the deadly messenger but in vain Never did brokenhearted sisters do more for a suffering and dying one She suffered intense pain but was patient and bore a sweet uncomplaining spirit that moved all to admiration who know her She wanted to live for her child and other loved ones but was ready to die Her noble spirit has been transmitted from earth to heaven and is now standing on time shores of the river of life anxiously awaiting the arrival of husband child father and other loved ones beckoning them on to the bright and glorious Bcenes of heaven Weeping may ehdure for a night the Hebrew poet sang but jdy cometh in the morn ing So the saddened ones may look as she would nave them do to the eter nat morning just beyond the night of death which like a trancient vail has come between wife husband father brother and sjsters We loved her yes we loved her But angels loved her more And they hive sweetly called bet To yonder thinlng shore The golden gates have opened A gentle voice said come And with farewells unspoken She calmly entered hsme W Nabisco Wafers the correct thing for Lunch Frasa Bros Phone 165 2 VALLEY VIEW From theArgent Born to tho wife of Winn Crow the 1st a bouncing boy will live in the future Misses Fannie Ledford and Ada was Lire yesterday on business Manager G W Hutchison wife and Troy W D Handy ago about seventyfive consumption He leaves a Widow anti ono son Burial Monday ThSheridanKirk Contract Co re will push tb irk dexpcctto jutve the dam cil baa lS + il t i f J JAS S CRUTCIIER COMPANY movet conditionOrimperiect nothingbut Dollarsfor 0fSold ontholontlavfor Carpenterat President wosherePaintLick tmMonday Sunday 1hisplace ++++tt SPECIAL + + l+ H+ + Dr Ilobson dentist next door to Government building tf Richmond Ky Dont Paint your house until you get prices from Perry Thomas on all kinds of paints Its the little colds that grow into big colds the big colds that end in consumption and death Watch till little colds Dr Woods Norway Pine Syrup 1m Selling out to quit business Richmond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 tf ComO and see the heaviest the best and limo most complete Range in tho market The Miller Yon will find plenty 01 them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B fihaclcelford Co Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicinetchest Heals burns cuts sprains Instant relief 1m Dan II Breck will insure your city or country propeity against fire light ning and cyclones Offico in Oldham building apr 8 lOtI The Garnet Hotel has recently opened and can accommodate the public with lodging and meals Reasona ble rates Would appreciate your pa tronage Respectfully mar 4 3m R G Engle Proprietor Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chenault Corm Wanted We wish tobuy delivered at Silver Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BcKXAar BENNETT Bio D B Shackelford Co have con tracted witn the Miller R F Co for the eale of their Ranges in Madison county tf AncUont- erily services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at time State Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D ClIEXAUL- Tmh18 tf Terrill ivy Dissolution Sale Having decided to dissolve partner ship we will close out our entire stock of general merchandise at cost R L JEXXIXGS Co mchlS3mo Paint Lick Ky TO CURE A COLD I1T ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure K W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Taken Up A mouse colored mule with dark stripes across ahoulder 14 hands coming four rears old shod all around came tj my houso Friday morning April 10 Owner can have same by paying charges J K Huguely itheawaits your inspection the largest and most beautiful line ot vehicles ever brought to a Kentucky town We were compelled to buy these goods in carload lots in order to make the re iiThethe best vehicle that workmanship can produce at prices that an inferior make would cost you elsewhere now awaits you at our shop S L MIDKIFF tf Proprietor KIRKSYILLE outImisL Frye Dr Fryo will remove the grocery department to Round Bill tIleKirksvilleA couple of young people from Sil Uatchfordfrom he me and they had to go to farther engagedMissMaggie MissMaggie leavethisbrother Mr Ki Oldbam Miss Lottio Farris one of Kirksvillns most accomplished young ladies came tohearwasheroDr Old hams little son has been quite sick for some time but is better Shepherds Hall was crowded to its heartheThe audience was delighted and all enjoyed the fun immensely Mr J M Jenkins traveling sales entakengreatly miss his freqnent visits The homo of Mr R L Brown the happybyApril 5 tShepherdsand all old soldiers are expected to COUlD outand hear them The enter reconmindedbyRalpbp1p iSi directed to the class of Fresh atM Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or dir business of this firm has growh to such propor titus that we are now making a specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the best cattle sheep and hogs that dan be pro cthed Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased wfth the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale und Retail Butchers Richmond Ky = FLOUR = Where are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And be never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone J663 WACO KY Wool Carding in Season SeHing Out at CostI To Quit Business Richmond lOc Storef- f JIL0 Watson1820 N Upperf Lexington Ky The Biggest Offering Ever Made In Seasonable Dress Goods matcllthisDrlssFabricsWoolCrepeNavy and Light Blues Cream and Black Values 185 and 150 at CO Black Dress Goods of Correct Weave DressGoodsRich Lace Trimmings J Elegant Dress Trimmings- At a much lower price than anywhere else Highclass Wash Fabrics at little prices for this weeks selling New Spring Costumes for Women- An elaborate showing of all the new ideas Our Garments were never so pronounced or so charming The prices are much lower than it would cost to detail01 GLOVES to f theleadingThis is the BEST that was ever sold for 100 superiorartisteverydesctiptionJ 1U WATSON820 North Upper LEXINGTON KY Wall Paper Just received two car loads of wall paper for nineteen hundred and three I Nice New and Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5c to 25c per sin I gle roll We cordially invite all who are going to have papenngdone tocallandinspectourstock before purchasing We are always glad to show you out goods whether you buy or not We are sole agents for Harrisons Town and Cou- ntryReadyMixed Paint centuryItPaint on the market and we guarantee it to stand for TEN YEARS and will cheerfully refund your money if it is not as represented d Successors to W G WhiteINatl Bank 217 Main Street Sale in Kentucky miles from rail ce Excellent grassweUa PerryrIayacres could be B EVAXS House Ky Will be of J 1Q when the property1knowa as the McDowell plac on West Main street will Ie sold to the highest and b bidder The residence cj ntains six good rooms with a 1 modern improvements Lo front 113 feet running baclifi 557 feet containing besides dwelling a buildingsTeems of Safe Ji Ed8 Hume11e Thomas K you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come peopledoyour Pange is not satisfactory we will make is so but such an occurence never happens with the Majestic feb 25 4m Arbuckles Simmons 1tD SA T FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business atthe same stand and invite my friends and the public to calland see me when in need 6f anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc iypatrons Elmer ParrishSuccessor to Lymas PirrWt Cor Third Irvine PII RICHMOND KY a1 4 4 LAMES MUSLIN T UNOERER Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot ruffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flotihce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hambUrg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnffle hemstitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 49c99c 99c49c Ladies Drawers 25c99c 99c Space will not permit of my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under andfullJd iii t1 ICor OWEN Mlfnllf1f1TUCKYI Main and First J To Cure a Cold in One Day ITake Laxative ISrOmO QUinine Tablets A PH Seven Million boxes sold in past 1 2 months TillS 9 C DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City of Richmond OLD JOE WHISKY Handmade Sour MashIEvery drop guarattIteed to be pure It is of old style manu factnre No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10I II bottles So II 5II legs 250t 5II II bottles 3 II 2II jugs 210IIOrders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky I 90c 25 to t Signature Cripin everybox IR II Humphij r Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock every days I cordially invite you tocallt e R H HumphreysPHONE A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a can we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in blackand in colors J Also a complete line o Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring wear A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces ad Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White OibJ5ff Comer Main and Second ELDERS fAAIN STOREooJ We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods Prettiest line of White Good Ginghams Embroideries i Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinery of o ever shown in this dLtyeCall and irispectSoCtlline and be convinced that we can save you money 7 Sv 1fZ y Respect 111y Submitted to the Cash Trade E ELDERi Are Ready To Talk Business line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now i o1I1plete ur and ready for inspection Come and get prices before making your purchase In this line ur ont to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the I latest thing out in a vehicles tingand Repairing Neatly Done 1Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction xvvtck CaTTva VJDovVs 1IuIo4DIU232 asa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE IU- FRESH1 roceries AGENTS FOR flouroquet Richmond Climax TO5DAY APR 15 IOCS iBt fng t to see that swell line of paper Wfl by Perry Thomas JMJ lf notice elsewhere of flits et immis in price of tobacco n H J4klire Life and Ac- tj insurance Office in Oldbam 4 jgnpr8lOtUcorin totheoldsign we will rifi the next seven Sundays jtiainul on Easter at artli or anywhere else a tB nl coffee Fraba Bros Lone I h it fnjret the sale of the Mc rrsHeiice on Main street to- tilt property ociil Hume Majestic Ranges tArbuckle Simmons rt 1111 at Joes old stand Thurs milrilay of this week Given dis of tie Christian church eiu out to quit buincss Rich l Ten Cent store Store for apr 1 tf irt Loan at Joes old stand Thurs ud Friday of this week Given dies of the Christian chuich We purchased our vehicles to sell if you will only call and get prices Kill prove this assertion and tfyou an everlasting friend and imr tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Bluegrass Graded school Tour tit will be held this year In Mt ing the date being May 28 29 Edgar Blanton and family moved from Walnut street and n rooms with Miss Addie ilnnley elud street File Foreign Miesionari Society have its regular monthly meeting Wrnoon at 3 oclock in the le rm of thr First Presbyterian ell kiMi tan purchase a road cart or at the Richmond Carriage ks at your own price We have ifrm 30 toS00 tf S L MIDRIFF Prop rii tre with all of its contents ii to Hub L Stevens and a liinc ivcupicxl by a family by the- I f Thorp were burned at Boones III + k Fertile styles u wall paper see y i Thomas Tie Miller Range people tell us if- SiItr telephones us they 1o not MiIKr Range for us to send a n fr it and refund the money for guaranteed from end to end tf D H Shackelford Co- T narrow Mr E U flume will r at public sale his residence on stMaiu street known as the Mc el Lome This avery desirable e of property The house contains rojirg nil in good repair A nice J iih tine cistern and all neceeea iut iuii lings Anyone wishing to cias n neat home will do well tool tb s sale C 5 Cs1oSee Perry Thomas beloro buying your wall paper Less taxes More factories Vole for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Buy you girl shower stick If L E Lane Selling out to quit busines Richmond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 tf All members of Boone Encampment No 41 0 0 F aie requested to be present at the regular meeting on Friday evening Important business to transact Have your old vehicle repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you are now using and you will have a new conveyance for spring and summer The Richmond Carriage Works will do the work at prices that will astonish you Satisfaction guaranteed tf S L MinsiFF Prop L OUW Meeting All members of the A 0 U W are requested to be present at the regular meeting of the lodge Thursday night when the question of the street fair will be considered Mrs Lee Haopin Is at her old stand on West Main with an entirely new line of millinery readytovrear hats and all the latest novelties She invites the ladies of Madison county tc call and insect her stock apr 8 21 Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest on longtime in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCHEH apr 15 Cmo Richmond Ky Efidf Earned A wooden trestle 011 the L AI near Panola was burned Saturday afternoon The incident has caused some delay in the afternoon trains as passengers and bacgage have to be transferted at that point Insurance Report Completed Insurance Commissioner Chenault Wednesday sent to the printer the volume of his report on life insurance for 1902 The report will be printed and issued May 1st and will show in creased business Taking the Census City Assessor J H Kennedy and Deputy Jesse Dykes are at work this month listing city properly It will take about six weeks to complete the job The assessors will also take the census of the city this year Looking for a Place Dr J L Treadway of Louisville was here Saturday and visited several places iu the county with a view to lo eating Dr Treadway will graduate from a Louisville Medical College next month He has not decided yet where he will go An Empty Jail The Garrard county jailer spent the greater part of last week with a pole and line under tho cliffs of Dix river as there was not a single prisoner con fined to take up hid time An empty jail speaks well for the county but ia hard on the jailer Strayed or stolen On last Wednesday a black gilt weight about 140 pounds two under bits in right At the same time a spotted gilt weight about 60 pounds A liberal rewardwill be paid for infor mation leading to their recovery apiStf V AV Hardin Fiist of the Season The first excursion of the season to Cincinnati and return via L N Sun day April 19 Special train leaves Richmond at 630 a m and arrives Cincinnati 10 a m Returning leaves Cincinnati Fourth street depot 8 p m 150 round trip Tickets good only on special trains Hemp There has beenjnore hemp raised in Madison during the past two seasons than for twenty years and the farmers who have tried it are well pleased with the returns A sample from Mr M F Arbuckles farm which js exhibited ati the Farmeis National Bank shows the quality of Madison county hemp r ieatherage Co Potatoes We have just received a car load of tJclose1- Ear1 tJ tBprQEarly Rose V Peerlessi A V tJ t ALL KINDS FIELD SEEDS Deatherage Ol H I d Ii r i The Goebel Monument The Go bel Monument Commission met at r4nkfort last Tuesday and decided to accept a design offered by Adams 4 Sob of Lexington represent ing the work of Marretti the famous New York sftnlp or for the monument of the laW Ciovernor William Goebel The Monument will be thirty feet high and will cost 15000 The JUles List Night Owing to a matinee engagement iu Paris the kilties did not reach here until 720 last night and were unable to give their regular street parade but marched down from the depot in full regalia The performance which was nt the Grand was excellent in every respect and a treat that Richmond audiences do not often have Fifty Per Cent Increase in the Price of Tobacco The Tobacco Growers Association will give you fifty por cent more for your tobacco than you are getting and give a five year contract All tobacco growers of Madison county are reques ted to meet at the court house in Rich mond at 1 p m Saturday April IS The Growers Association will have a representative at the meetingJ CLARK Change ot Time on the 1 N It is said that a new schedule wtll go into effect on the L N within the next week or so making some changes in the day trains on this division The south bound train arriving here at 1251 will arrive a few minutes earlier and the northbound train which now are rives at 1220 and leaves at 155 will arrive at about 150 p m going through without the hours layover It is not known yet just when the new schedule will go into effect Entry Fees raid Under the rules originally adopted by the Democratic State Executive Committee Thursday was the last day for candidates to pay their entry fees for the State primary The only candi date failing to pay is Judge R J Breckinridge It is stated that in a let ter to Chairman Young several days ago Judge Breckiuridgo announced his intention to take advantage of the provision of the Carroll law providing that candidates shall not be required to pay their assessments until fifteen days before the date fixed for the pri mary Mr E B Hume will sell his resi dence on Main btrett at public auction K L Officers Elected The regular Anniversary Meeting of Richmond Commander No 19 was held in its Asylum on Tuesday night The following officers were elected for the ensuing year to wit A H Za ring Eminent Commanders J W Hamilton Generalissimo j W R Sbackclford Captain General R W Miller Prelate Dr Bosley Senior Warden J T Jackson Junior Warden j R It Burnam Treasurer J A Hilt gins Recorder T P Gardiner Stand ard Bearer E C Mahan Sword Bearer Geo D Simmons Warder E D Ballard Sentinel Fancy Morses Mat S Cohen the popular horse man left Thursday for New York with his annual spring consignment of high class saddle and harness horses which were soil at public auction at the American Horse Exchange last night The consignment consisted of twenty two head as good as any ever shipped out of this county thoroughly school ed and in perfect condition Among the lot were several promising horso show candidates entered in the Boa ton Horse Show April 20 to 25 one being the celebrated gaited gelding JaclwODIamouds the horse that was exhibited in all the big shows last year and never defeated Eastu Sunday morning dawned bright and beautiful All nature seemed happy over the presence ofai everliving God who on that Easter long ago broke the bands of death and became a victor over the dark domain The various chnrch bells pealed forth the glad tide ing Christ is Uisen and men women and children from every walk in life were seen wending their way to their respective places of worship where thev likewise gave thanks for the same grand truth All of the churches had extra music the most elaborate program being renderedat the Episcopal church At night quite a crowd gathered at the Christian church to witness an entertainment given by the children Charted With Bigamy Charles J Winklerformerly a telegraph operator here is in jail at Mays ville charged with bigamy A few days ago after a brief courtship he married Miss Tola Orr a handsome tel ephone girl of that city and after a honeymoon of twentyfour hours she returned home saying Mr Winkler had gone to Iouisville It later de eloped that Winkler had a wife at Frankfort from whom he separated about iour years ago She was a Miss Bridgeford On complaint of the brother of wife No 3 Winkler was ar rested when he returned to Mavsville Tuesday Both the Bridgeford and Orr families will prosecute him Wink- ler is twentyeight years old and a Eon ot Benjamine Winkler of this place He is well known in railroad and telegraph circles and his friends hopo he will exonerate himself Circuit Court The following cases have been disposed of in the Circuit Court during the week Commonwealth ainst Curt Hen driclw carrying concealed weapons 25 and ton days- Commonwealth against Sant Lakes unlawful sale of liquor filed away Commonwealth against Lum Newby unlawful shooting filed away Commonwealth against Joe Randolph lor suffering gaming 100 and costs Commonwealth against John Fran cis malicious shooting 50 and costs Thomas Donthitt Tor detaining a woman 200 and costs Lesli Oliver malicloua cutting 50 and costs Irr the cases of tho Commonwealth against Allen Ward for carrying concealed weapons Butler Carrier petit larceny and Fount Barnes for disturb ing public worship the jury returned the verdict of not guilty The trial of John Will Cobb charged with dispensing liquor to minors re suited in a hung jury- CommouwCalthngainst Harry Mar tin malicious cutting 50 and costs Commonwealth ngaint Jim Shack elfoni seduction dismissed Commonwealth against Robt Miller huusebreaking not guilty In tho case ot Wilson Turner and the Baker brother murder the Bakers were dismissed but as to Turner te jury failed to pgree His Friends Speak Mr foods Friends in Every Section Rejoice hi his Good Fortune Two weeks ago the OUMAX stated that Senator McCreary had appointed Mr Clarence E Woods of this city as his assistant secretary Herewith we reproduce some of the comments clipped heroand therd from papers of the State upon Mr Woods selection If Wfl should reprint all the good things said about him time columns of the CLIMAX would be full The friends ot Mr Clarence Woods of Richmond congratulate him upon his appointment ns assistant secretary to Senator McCreary Cynthiana Times Senator McCreary hiss appointed Mr Clarence E Woods of Rlchuvjnd his assistant secretary This is an honor most worthily bestowed Mr Woods has been an ardent supporter of the1 Senator for many years and we are In deed glad to see him rewarded Stan ford Interior Journal Senator McCreary has appointed Mr Clarence E Woods as his assistant secretary The appointment is hailed with delight bv the many newspaper friends of Mr Woods lie is one of the best writers in the State and has done faithful service for the Democratic party Lancaster Record Senator James B McCreary has announced his assistant private secretary in tho person of our special editorfriend Mr Clarence E Woods of Richmond Mr Woods is a news paper man a citizen of Senator Mc Crearys homo town and his life lout friend and the appointment is most fitting and properElkton Progress Senator Jos B McCreary has appointed Clarjsnce E Woods as his as sistant secretary The position carries with it a salary of 1000 per annum and Mr Woods will enter upon the duties of the office May L He is prominent in newspaper circles one of tho best Democrats in the State and a most excellent gentleman No more popular selection could have been made Jessamine Journal His friends and that means every body who knows him will bo glad to hear that Senator McCreary has ap pointed Mr Clarence E roods life assistant secretary Mr Woods is an excellent gentleman a loyal Demo crat and one who has served his party with great fidelity As an editor he ranks with the best in the State and we are glad that his long service in the Senators cause has been recognized Lexington Democrat Senator McCreary has appointed Mr C E Woods of this city his assistant secretary Mr Woods is one of the best known and ablest newspaper men in the State and the press seemed unanimous in hoping that he would be appointed by Senator McCreary The salary is 1000 per year and Mr Woods will do enough work to earn two or three times that amount Mr Woods is Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nu Fraternity and editor of the Delta for which he receives 1000 per year This new appointment will not necessitate the giving up of the other position PantagraphIt gratifying newsto his legion of friends both in and out of the newspaper profession to earn that Mr Clarence E Woods the popular and talented Richmond editor has been appointed assistant secretary to Senator McCrearya position which yotleavesliterary work No man in the State aided more in the election of Senator McCreary than Mr Woods whose eloquent pen never tired in sounding the praises of the Madison county States man and his appointment is only a just recognition of his faithful serv ices and his loyalty to the Democratic cause Lexington Observer U S Senator Jas B McCreary has appointed Mr Clarence JS Woods of Richmond assistant secretary This is a fine appointment Mr Woods is a splendid fellowgenial and versatile a scholarly and virile writer and all around good fellow not in tho common acceptation of the term however lie is a gentleman with all that term implies He has had wide experience as an editor and politician and while a strong partisan is a clean and upright man disdaining to cringe the knee that thrift may follow lawning municipalintegrIty kinds he was defeated for the Demo citybyhim for their own ends Mr Woods is now Grand Recorder of the Greek College Society of the Sigma Nu and editor of the Delta the official organ of that society The salary of his new position will be 1000 per annum to take effect May 1st and its duties will not interfere with the discharge of the duties incident to his fraternity work We congratulate Senator McCreary upon his choice and our friend Woods upon his selection May lila shadow never grow lessFrankfort Roundabout Sold HIs rrane Mr E Tutt Biirnam has sold the bythetucky Telephone Telegraph Co of Winchester The time limit will ex pire on May 1 unless work Is begun on the new plant before that date The purchasers of the franchise aro trying to get an extension of time of a lea weeks to enable them to get ready for work Serious Accident Friends here were very much distressed to bear of the accident which has befallen Mrs G W Young at her home in Georgetown In some way she fell on her back porch breaking her kneecap and severing the ligaments in one of her legs Rev Dr Young was for several years pastor of the M E chnrch in this city during which time lie and Ills excellent family made many friends who will anxiously await to hear encouraging news from Mrs Young mile Affair On last Tuesday evening a tragedy was enacted at the home of the Met calfs in Garrard county resulting in Ben Metcalf being shot and instantly killed by his brother John The twO men had had some mis Bd wJanding over some land so the reportgoae and on Sunday before the abootiag the difficulty was renewed when tlHl two men met at their fathsloie Botlij artIIil Federal Cowl Tile April teim of the United States couri wilibegin in this city Monday Apijjl 27 The docket for this term is unuunlly heavy there being a mom ber pi important cases Frank Gab bard of Jackson county and William Hunt of Montgomery county former uinit Carriers charged with tampering wlt1the United States mail will be trie4 The Somerset bank case will conty up again Ladies RiTstal chare Club The ladles of Richmond arc soon to enjoy the excellent results derived from Puyiical Culture A number have signed for three mouths work begin king May 1st The club who is to fol the instruction of Mr Curtis Adatfls and slater Miss Lucy Adams wilt oertainly derive much benefit from this Iiplendld system Mr and Miss Adam enjoy the distinction of being One in their work and those who miss this ichool will be deprived a rare treat Tho OUMAX can heartily recommend their course to all- Freliminamy Contest TbS preliminary contest to select del- egatEs to represent the Caldwell High School at the Blue Grass Tournament will 10 held at the Grand Opera House on the night of Thursday April 30 The procrain will consist of declama tions solos duets and quartettes and promises to be exceedingly interesting The tournament will be held at Mt Sterling this year The Richmond del egation has won the majority of the prizes for two or three years past and the prospects are good for winning again this year Fiddlers Contest ThE old fiddlers contest to bo held at the Clrand Opera House May 7th under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge of this place wilt be an enter tainment of rare interest as quite a number of old fiddlers have consented to enter the contests A list of the names of those who enter wilt be pub lishJ in the last issue of this paper preceding the night of the contest Prices will be in reach of every lady N B nil fiddlers who wish to enter this contest will please send name or apply to B Jouett Secretary at least one week before the date of contest Irvine Orcuit Court Four persons were sentenced to the penitentiary during the term A J Jolnnon was sentenced for ten years for the killing of Bud Abney This was the third trial for this offense and whet the case was ready for the jury Johniion agreed to take the former sentence which was ten years Ho was also given two additional years for stealing meat L D Flynn was also given a three years term for stealing meat Nelson Embry was convicted on the charge of murdering his father and given 16 years E P Ashcraft was given five years for manslaughter The grand jury found about 30 indictments For Broiling Purposes peoplethink ing they must have coal or charcoal As a matter of fact with Gas Fuel broil lug can be done more quickly satisfactorily and econ micoally than in any other way You not only get imme diate action but the hot gas flame quickly sears time surface and retains the natural juices and flavors instead of allowing them to escape as in using coal or charcoal You would enjoy a good Gas Range See the Water Light Co tf A Ifolabli Gathering of Citizens tor Better Gov ernment and Lower Taxes Tho Prandennial Club was entertained by Mr R E Turley last Thurs day evening with a sumptuous dinner at Joes About twentyfive attended Following the repast the guests repaired to the directors room of the State Bank and Trust Co where the subject of the Improvement of Municipal Goyerinent was discussed Three members of the City Council the Mayor City Clerk City Trosurer and City Collector and several other special guests were pres ent to participate in the discussion Tim debate was opened with papers by President T J Smith and Secretary C E Woods and addresses by Messrs McGixvey and McLellan followed by a general discussion Despite the numerous views and ar guments expressed the concensus of opinion may be stated as follows as the needs of our city governments every whew 1 A full understanding of the sub ject ot government as it is administered and as it ought to be adminis mustbe2 Nonpartisanship in city elections the curse of the cities being the dis union of the good citizens by political lines 3 Better salaries for city officials especially the Mayor and Councils While patriotism should inspire men to serve their country and their cities free ho fact is they cannot subsist on suet a diet and men who have tho talent tti run our municipalities command good pay in other pursuits and thus leave our city affairs as a rule to those who tire not representative of the cities best talent 4 Public ownership the great public necessities such as light water tel ephones and street railways Such are in thijir very nature monopolies and should not be operated for the enrich merit of the private stockholders wheniall tho profits are drawn from the pockst of the people who are able to open to them at half tho cost as is the case in hundreds of large and small citieg throughout the nation Then too jts Mr Smith the president of the club jnrj ued public ownership would tend o purify our city governments by minimizing or removing the greatest cnastt of corruption the disposal of valuable privileges to private individ uals stead of operating them at ac tual Cost for the sole benefit of the public the rightful owners and bene ficlatesA of practical suggestions lines were made such as alonjiother ora sewerage system of a respectable city hall and the organization of a Business fifea s League for the promotion of our ommerclal interests and to ad vise nd cocperatewith our city offi clalI Mayor Tevis made this last sur geetl on and it net with favor If the Fra dennial club would carry its ideas into ractinalu8eltsmembera should live up its sensible patriotic professions aad ike the initiative in the reforms smog sted All that good citizens need is tl force of example of wise earnest eou igeous leaders sad the reform of our ity governments will not bean trru Mcent dream bat a glbriows reality e eney of service ekMliaees of streets the public beali ff ffttf and Ia taxe V i z1m REPORT OF THE CONDITION oP Ttlfl Madison National Bank AT niOIIMOKD IN TIll STATE OI KEN TaCKY AT TUB CLOSB Otf BUSINESS April 9th 190- 3RESOURCES loans and dtscountaHHU63B57 39 Ovcnlralts secured and unsecured 7063 75 U S Bonds to secure circulation 100000 00 Due from National flanks not reservo agentsHH 7858 M Due from State Banks tt Bankers 879 62 Doe from approved reserve Agents 40402 57 Checks ani other cash Itemwwus 64 Notes or other National Banks 2315 Fractional paper currency nickels and fntp rin IITt IIIIIIIILI 52 35 Lawful Money llcscrve In Bank viz Specie 11247 00 Itedcraptlon fund with U 8 Tress urer i per cent of circulation 5000 00 Tota1wSI37IHOOLIABILITIES Capital stock paid 10H 100000 00 liUrpIU8 fund 40000 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 1650 45 National Bank notes outstanding t305 00 Fund to pay tax 120HOO Due to other National Banks 2919 32 Due to State Banks and Bankers 1851 43 Individual deposits subject to check 1MICT SJ Tota1HH 137801 STATC or KIKTCCKT cu COUNTY OP MADISOtfJ I UonT u IJC AM Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that tbo above statement la true to tbo best of my knowledge RonT R J1UUNAM cashIer- Cubscrlbofand sworn to before me this 13th day of Aprtl1903 W NKAM BENNETT Notary Public COKUECT Attest NB lJEATllERAGE WALLER BKNNETTl Directors W H MIJUKIITKY Piano trptrt Mr W J Honer a traveling piano expert for the W rlltzer Piano CoI has been in the city this week tuning pianos If your piano needs tuning new is the time to have it done Infirmary to Continue At tho meeting of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Association held at the home of Mrs James Bennett lastTuei day afternoon it was decided to keep the institution open another year The meeting was not largely attended but all present were deeply interested in tho work of the Infirmary It had been thought since the Fiscal court cut down the county appropriation from 1200 to 800 that it would be impossible to continue another year However when the vote came as to whether or not this appropriation would be accepted it was carried by one vote A number ot business men were present and agreed after it was decided to keep the Institution open to raise a fund to augment tho county appropriation and several physicians pledged their support for the year RELIGIOUS At a collection taken recently by Hey B E Douglas at this church in Macon Ga 1200 was raised at one service for missions MATRIMONIALWoornnxnoEWAssor from Versailles of the marriage in Louisville of Mr Samuel Wooldridgo and Miss Russell Wasson The young couple who had been sweethearts for a long time left last Wednesday tq at tend a matineo in Louisville but in stead went to an Episcopal church and were married Miss Wasson is a beau tiful young woman and is well known hero having attended Madison Institute and loan also been a guest of Mrs Neville Moberley The groom is a prominent and wealthy young man BIRTHS STEENBERGEN A ninepound boy was born to Mr and Mrs P H Steen bergen of Point Pleasant W Va Sunday morning Aprils Mr Steen the proud father is well re membered here as a member of the class of 00 of Central Univer- sityDEATHS LEARY Prof T L Leary died the past week at Hartford Conn aged seventy two years He was a teacher of penmanship and bookkeeping and had taught in nearly all the cities of the Blue Grass Region including this city PERSONAL Mrs George Corzelius was in Cincinnati last week Mr Luther Hamilton of Winchester was here last week Mrs Robert Riddell of Irvine was In the city last weekI Mr John Rock lias been to Cleveland Ohio on a business trip Miss Carlisle Chenault is the guest of relatives in Frankfort Mrs Lottie Ferrill Driver is the guest of Mrs W K Letcher Jr Judge J M Benton spent Sunday with his family in Winchester DrW H Dodge was in Stanford last week attending Presbytery Capt Joe Harris of Beaty ville spent several days in the city this week Mr Frank D Smith of Nicholasville was in town yesterday on business Rev H G Turner and little son Lynn spent Friday in Nicholasville LucyCrookeMiss Mary Evans has been the pleas ant guest of time Misses Gill in Lancas tar Mr Clayton Strode of Winchester made a business trip to this city last weekMr and Mrs J M Rifle are at home from a winter sojourn in Saul Antonio Texas Mrs Roy White and children have returned from a winters sojourn in Florida Mr A Rollins Burnam Jr has been sworn in as a member of the Rich mond Dar Mr and Mrs A L Gott have re turned from a weeks visit to Hot Springs Ark Miss Delle Powell continues dangerously ill at the home of her aunt Mrs E G Powell Mrs James D Dykes is in Cincin nats the guest of liar daughter Mre William I Ambsler Mrs SaUte Yates McKee and little daughter Martha Are guests of Mrs Edna Yates near town Miss Mary Mathews is at home from Dallas Texas where she spent the winter with her brother Mrs G W Pickels and Mrs W8 Oldham will go to Cincinnati next week to attend the Grand Opera Mrs G S Holton has been entertaining her sister Mrs J Irvine Blanton and Miss Mary Blanton of Cynthiana Mrs Eeatty L Middelton is at home from a pleasant visit to her parents ShelbyilleMrs Clinton W Howard will leave next week for her her home in What com Washington after spending soy eral weeks her parents iu tho county Miss Belle Bennett goes today to Atlanta t Ga tobe present at the meet MissionarySociety ted Mr James Cosby JIM returned to this city from Canon City Colorado where be has ia for the past few months His family will return inashort while Col and Mrs W L Letcher are at theyhave gtittlyMr John J B llrd e f LcxlMgtpa kPhiladelphiatalbBg Nth1i diohst iIItIIH a CORRECT CLOTHES fATCORRECT PRICES 3 Ji c Correct Clothes for Mm t else to wear Vests Hats in every detail FOR few days withrelatives Mrs Tutt Burnam and baby will go to this week to remain until after the wedding of Mrs Bnrnams brother Mr Graddy and Miss Anna Noonan which will be celebrated on the 20th Senator James B of Rich cItyWednesdayfrom Frankfort He had been at the Capital to attend the meeting of the Goebel Commission which was held Ob server Mrs Louis Todd of Richmond is the guest of Dr and Mrs Frazee at their home in Elsmerc Park Mrs Todds friends will be glad to know she will have a reception during her stay here showing her many beauti embrold03ryLexinjtonDemocrat We keep on hand at all times a supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be lug operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesittte to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Also Red Ash Jelli o and other grades Coal Feed lime Sand Etc We are still in the e 1 and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and and Good LetCher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky The fact that we sell more Clothing than allother Richmond stores combined is tJ strong evidence that our Clothing is cor A rectcorrect in style quality and price We have the exclusive sale of the famous V SteinBloch and Kirschbaum brands Clothing that fits better holds shape and wears longer than any other we are ac A quaintedwith and our wide range of tsizes graded to the fraction ofan incht enables us to fit every man perfectly A splendidshowing of correct Spring Styles 1 now ready come when youre ready 3Goodj Everything White Shoes Shirts Tiescorrect Hanans Florsheim WalkOver and Bostonian Shoes largest line ofments footwear in Madison county GOVINGION BANKS cOUTFITTERS MEN AND BOYS Covington Kennedy McCreary Monument TuesdayLexington good Satisfaction Cement Prompt Service Weight Phone Physical Education For Ladies and Gentlemen Try my system of Physical Culture and you will feel like a new creature It is for you Well Man as well as for the sick Curtis Adams Physical Director Studio over Crotchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll j 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 Lead etc Largest stock to select from Ig 1fe S Qeo M Willging209 West Main Street We beg to announce the Spring Openingin our Merchant Tailoring Department = APRIL 15 1903 = i 500 Styles ofSpring and Summer Suitfngs Trouserings and Overcoatings JIiA practical cutter from New York City will be with us to take your measurements r Dont Forget the Date Wedlnesdy9April fl51fJhL RISE ARNOLD M in Str etj Richmond KyC r PROFESSIONAL OAKDS TTOZTL IW MILLER ArzoRNrLAw RicnuoirD KEtrrocKT Office n the Bantam Building next door u aimers National Bank feb3Iy r JA scrIjIjrvAL ATTOBNBYATLAW RICHMOND KETUOKYF Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JO D M OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLa RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1fir0ffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNbELW1U AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drug store 2ETSXCXAXT3 DBS GIBSON GIBSONJ PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building JUlnStreet ff C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stoufler Buildinc Main Street lylphone at residence the Carr place Broadway iciiMOXD KENTUCKY W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEOX RICHMOND KENTUCKY EOYanceDOMrs D O Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL SUBGEEY tr aette t tQn5Qt DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE Er nnlldlDguchmSndnorl7ly u v M Blanton DENTIST 02Office in Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday May 13 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnet House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue io pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Secondstreet 2janlv RICHMOND KY r One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Shuttle A The practicalpainter says it makes him smile when a man insists on Pattons Paint It always means another job from the man next door Envy is just another name for human natu- rePaftofis SUNPROOFPaint LDuinille AtJuUc n lrul DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraallleaLawvenceburg5Shel 3ipm For Irvine 00lMamFor Millers Creek 250 pm TBAINfl ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington ansI ll54am Cincinnati 8tlGr m JPFromO M BROWNING Otn Mgr 1RRichmond Ky Stops tho Gougi and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure cold in one day No cnre no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 101 Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Bearer Hamilton OFinnel Red House W Miters Valley View V WhUlock Baldwin NewbyDnrtonJ W Te ter Edenton ottonburgLC C McWharter Wallaceton Blckner tEarly J T Coy Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses Wn can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glassas not of a very unusual strength For these it will take little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30JI ly STANDARD Rotary SunProof rSewing Machine STAXDZD CEAXT LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH 1WOlrIACIINES IN ONE Standard llotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mike lock and chain stitch Two machines in oneIRun as silent as the ticking ot- 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 woodwork and ball bear PCS is the grandest machine ever offered to the publicFor cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 Years can not be equalled for the monev V also jnannfact ureseingmachines from 15 up Gallon our local dealers and be convic- edARBULE SIMMONS nDEALEUS Richmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati Q gmo I Why a Painter Smiles I a a i famous for its lasting qualities Made from a scientific formula of the best materials machine mixed in exact proportions it la peelsCracksSend for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs l FOR SALE BY V WiIIigWaIl i 1 j i- jiass I J 1v BUEIS AND FLOWERS OF HOME LIFE Painea Odery Compound Makes and Keeps tho Children Well and Strong Mothers 3Iako It tho ionic Medicine For the little Ones The children God bless them are the buds and flowers of our homes Without their prattle and hearty our homes would be desolate should ever be carefully tended in childhood and youth if we expect them to ripen into perfect men women In the home and at school the children have their times of ill health and suffering We often note the pallid and bloodless cheeks heavy eyes nervous movements and twitch jugs of limbs and muscles They complain of headache drowsiness weariness dyspepsia and indigestion All such symptoms and nil meats jnean that the seeds of disease will have a fast unit firm hold unless measures axe taken to restore a perfect condition of healthThousands of wise and prudent parents have made their children happy healthy and vigor ous by giving them natures medicine Paines Celery Compound In many severe and com plicated cases Paines Celery Compound has restored health when the little ones were given up by physicians If your dear ones are not as hearty strong and rugged as they should be the health giving virtues of Paines Celery Compound It malwsand keeps the children well The house Is racde bright and cozy with DIAMOND DYES Pillow and table covers curtains portieres ofshans tidies and chair co erlnBa may be dyed beautiful and artistic colors Direction book sad 45 dyed urnrlci free DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt Highly Flavored We have always heard of golden eggs and have eaten of them that is eggs as yellow as gold bu Elkton hens are entitled to new honors not shared by any other hens in the world perhaps This honor is they la eOOsoJand the proof can be produced Aunt Eunice McReyi nolds a well known colored woman finds the product of her hennery so flavored this season with her onion patch as to be unable to use her hens eggs at all These hens had access at all seasons to Aunt Eunices onion tops and hence the above condition Peoplewho are fond of onion steak need use but one or two of these eggs and the odor is there Its remarkable but the McReynolds hennery has doubtless given to the world valuable scientific discovery Elkton Progress Jhp Colored Ragamuffins Jot05 u1 = t= RainintheFace Greets Roosevelt When President Roosevelt reaches Bismark this after noon he will find the town given over to his entertainment A delegation of 1000 Sioux Gros Ventre and Creek Indians arrived from the sou LII and north this morning Fol lowing the Presidents speech at the State capitol they will present him witha written ad dress testifying to their faith in him and their approval of his official acts in the interest of the Indians Among the number will be Raininthe Face the Sioux chieftain who is credited with having killed Ouster Bismark N D Special More than half the external business of Costa Rica is with the United States The Human Lottery Ah if only S woro beautiful how happy lifo would be atlookedsession in the lottery of human lila which woman would not ref- useBRADFIELDS Female RegulatorfO girls on the throiholdof w manhood is invaluable When they become igbeadpainfulrun doTra they need a tonic building up and their blooacleansed- Bradfields FemaleRiegulatbr for women ulomngtoof tln menstrual flows Painful pbstract cd an jl suppressed menstruation pcnna nentl jelieted and aU diseases to her genital organs are cured itReg tJator clears thecomplexion brightens the eye sharpens The teremovei muddy blotched conditions of the and cures sicklieadache at once 0qathctia be hajl free by sending us Utu address 1tIMflL MIA i1tl Majestic Owners 1A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 Waller Bennett 4 Joe S Boggs 5NB Coy v 6n M Chehaulf F 7 GW Gates s 0 WrIisle 0 JolmD HarrisI10 T H Hart 11 U G Harris 12 W R Letcher Jr J3 J G Lackey 14 David A McCord 15 Henrv Perry 16 Dr G G 17 Hon W PerryI18 M B 19 Judge N 20 Engeue Todd 21 Mrs S IP Wallers MaIjesUcten mouths If you are not one of that list wo want to make you one this year SUitE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel you are now using Call ct Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best Range you ever sawoAKBUCKLE SflfltONdt 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first one Every one wo have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think wo tan Provo to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 2ri 4ii Arbuckle Simmons IWhen you see a dollar you quite pick it upas quickly as post sible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar round We can not tell you where to RO to pick up dollars but we cap assure you that buying jewelrv of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true If L E LANK Makes a Clean Sweap Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the salves you ever heard of ISucklctis Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away mid cures burns sores bruises cuts boll ulcers skin eruptions ansi piles Its only 2ic and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all druggist 1m During a recent trip to the City of New York one of the attaches of this paper was strongly impressed by a certain musical compositio n which seemed to follow him about wherever he went He heard it in the theatres in the ballrooms and even the terrible handorgans ground it out mercilessly After diligent search our enterprising correspondent succeeded in ascertaining tbe name of the composition H proved to be a characteristic march and twostep entitled The Colored Ragamuffins He also located the publishers The Lyceum Bublishing Co 111 East 14th Street New York who granted us per mission after much persuasion to print a small extract from the march which we an nex for the benefit ofour read ers Robbed the Gravet hAJohn Oliver of Philadelphia follows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost scoateddaybyme ujJ Then 1 was advised to use ElectricBitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents guaranteed at all drug stores Inspection Costs Noltlrjf Come in when you are passing our store never mind whether you think yon want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and interesting to show and inspection costs nothing tf L E LANE A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on secelpt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above- mentioned Dr E 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 READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W hall St Louis loDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began usine lti to day I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jau ly JoiixA HIDDEL =r Paper tor Fanners The Kentucky Farmer is the only journal of its character in the central portion of the State It is easily the leading paper of its kind published In Kentucky and fora short time the subscription price has been reduced to 50 cents per year or on trial tlirce months for 10 cents in stamps The paper Is published every Thursday aud contains ably edited departments for agriculturists stockmen and raisers of poultry Mrs it A Owen is amone the contributors to the poultry depart meat She is tbe beet authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles are worth the full subscription price of the papar Write for a sample copy Addres FarmerrBy a special arrangement the Ken tacky Farmer and the CLIMAX will both be sent one yea for 130 This price is for old as well as new subs rib era wlten paymen IS made in advance Addle all orders to tfieJSiiMAX XtichmotlKntucky tj 8rlt1I6 genuineLaxativetho roinodr that cures a cold in one day For three Jveeks after the 4lplaintof 0ov Goelil were being denied their constitutional right to prompt trial Now three years after lhe murder ths assassins every effort is for furthelJpostponement of trial To effect anentrance into a poolroom lew York detec a ti chopholeabove auddr0p through The place was protected by a maze sliding panels and many other precautions The citrufruit industry longimeLemons that a few seasonsago commanded 290 per thousand on the trees are now hard to market at 38 cents a hogllthing to show for itexceptthe llwillof their neighbors Chicago News A woman isnt necessarily fond of fiction because she listens patiently to her husbands excuses If you have never tried to make any one happy you have no idea what you havemissed ++++ CALL ATs + + + JONES HERSION SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Qenclce Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssssssssssssssssssss Phone 3 SeconoVSt Nothing hafi ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrIKingsNew LorOVEflflfld5CcIlCO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it tAils Trial Settles free Weak HeartsAre ofevery ona hundred peope who have heart trouble slmplelndigestlon onlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach Which falls of perfect digestion ferments and the stomach putting it up against the eart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital srgan becomes diseased lhadstomachtroublewith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cur for about four months and It cured ire Kodol Diseits What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heat of all pressure Bottles only 3100 dze holding 2J times thetrU size which sells for SCe Prepared by E O tcWITT 4 00 CHIOAGo For sale by Perry Thomas 1t a lT FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business at the same iitand and invite my friends and the public to call and see ne wheti inneed of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at times Elmer ParrishSuccessor x Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone 3 RICHMOND KY HmarSm Half RafesTOZ = New Orleans and Eleturn Via Q C Route Tickeljs on sale April Il12j3v good Return April 19 1903 Privilege of extension Agents for particulars fataki l T S and Keturn Via unn 1 iiml Eoiii Tickekon sale May 123 good Beturnirig fromIee oextension Ask ttIfB lt IL J Fibroid Tumors Cured A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor which baffled the skill of Boston doctors Mrs Hayes of Boston Mass in the following letter tells how she was curedafter everything else i failed by Lydia K Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Mrs Hayes First letter Appealing to Mrs Pinkham for Help DEAn MRS PnxnatI have been under Boston doctors treat ment for a long time without any relief They tell me I have a fibroid tumor I cannot sit down without great pain and the soreness extends up my spine I have bearingdown pains both back and front My abdomen is swollen and I have had flowing spells for three years My appetite is not good I cannot walk or be on nay feet for any length of time I The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in little book accurately describe my case so I write to you for adVlceSigned Mrs HAYES 252 Dudley St Roxbury Boston Mass Note the result of Mrs Pinkhams advice al though she advised Mrs Hayes of Boston to take her medicinewhich knew would help her her letter contained a mass of additional instruc tions as to treatment all of which helped to bring about the happy result DEAR MRS PrcnnuM Sometime ago I wrote to you describing my symptoms and asked your advice You replied and I followed nIl your directions carefully and today I am a well woman The use of Lydia E PInklmma Vegetable Compound entirely expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system I can walk miles now II Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is worth five dol lars a drop I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or female trouble of any kind to give it a faithful trialSigned Mns E F HAYES 252 Dudley St Roxbury Boston Mass Mountains of gold could not purchase such testimony or tako the place of the health and happiness which Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound brought to Mrs llaycs Such testimony should be accepted by all women as convincing evidence that Lydia E Pinkhaius Vegetable Compound staads without a peer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women all ovarian troubles tumors inflammations ulceration falling and displacements of the womb backache irregular suppressed or painful menstruation Surely the volume and character of the testimonial letters we are daily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt Mrs Hayes at her above address will answer any letters which sick women may write for fuller information about her illness Her gratitude to Mrs Pinkham and Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble is too happinessTruly Compound that is curing so many women and no other medicine dont for get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else 5000 01bonLydia E riakham Medicine Co Lynn SXau Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates t- oCALIFORNIAAnd the Northwest jf Daily to June 15 1903 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first aud third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas One Fare to New Orleans and Return April Jl to J3J903 L For Folder and descriptive matter of California and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and booklet on New Orleans and tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address 1 F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Interest You + Certainly we can Every farmer and housekeeper JJadi son county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows 4 Barlow Corn Plants New Western Cultivators ropsand o 5e as50 t t eOQtt Skos And other kitchen funniture Our line of Hard ware is second to none in Kentucky and bur prices will astonish jou We carry the gcjods you must have and will interest you if you will call and get our prices before placing order for forthee Q 8T iOac whichjs the finest and most durable wagoli on the market We make specialty of Tin Roofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tin ners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us quot you prices and we will makB of you an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR BROS L ft Blanton DEALERINI I Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime t Cpf tertairt E 4 E i tClr0IMt Must ad B SiNii6 a t 871 r 4 C r h f 28 t PER CENT OFON bought early in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the j freighto t WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR Also the Fischer Leaf in Cooks Ranges and te can give you a better article for less money than u one in this or any other town an OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Chattanooga Disc Plow the only perfect Disc Plow made Its Made Right Is Right The Triumph Wheat Drill is that will pay you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Re pairing done promptly by workmen 20 PER OFF ON MY NAME IS A On Row I For address 7 Tt t4c IiaiIiy tU hILl 4QUEENSJUBILEE TOILET CASE STOVES I YOurStove lireat Majestic Range descriptjofore HARD ARE Farming Implements Runs Right something experienced Arbuckle Simmons CENT STOVES 20 ru URN AT Sausage BuysISKINS fi further information General Passenger Agent Chicago LINETOTHETAMIIUSEA1rnPJfJ11JTS hRImTTmuTlflll 1runinfffftThfffffifflRTIft 1- UBFREEJ m Containing 100 Useful Articles Weiwe werent sure that you would be pleased with our medicines that you would always use them and tell your friends of them Dont think that this offer is going to hold all the time It is only made for a limited number of days and if you take advantage of it now and send 25c for a package of U S Army and Navy Tablets which are the best for indigestion constipation and liver trouble or 25c a packageofour Kilkold T bktswe will send either of these reme dies postpaidalong with this handsome present is worth many times the price you pay for the medicine alone absolutely FREE Meyers Medicine Co 260266 West Broadway New York i 11cr