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TH RICHMONDCLI AX1 ULUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY gENTUCgY WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 1903 NUMBER 48 IL00Kpig OUT the Hustling Cash Store filledd- vith a new latest novelties in Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in endless variety Carpets Matt ng 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 unheard of lowat prices We have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying e J8 Tin En ire New Sock g e e ye were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line J7e have no old goods and you are not asked to pay large profits to over losses Call and inspect our stock and be convinced that we an save you money Our Motto is to please Very Respectfl- ulIyLACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets F OME SEE You must see theGoods to appreciate there cheapness o nt be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the est ft ods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound wtisfical but we have the goods Here are a few articles mgr r knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box Peas in Kins lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c fabl spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each imv and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c iVe huve now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc oat w are offering at astonishingly low prices You should at and examine these goods before making a purchase In irchr to close out our ato4nee en iv t ffer 50 cent shirts at 35e 25e Shirts at 20c Jumpers 0 and5t Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of Fisiiinu Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar gains r tea cannot afford to pass us liE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass I1IS STREET GroceryI e Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of j see AInlte trY oaJj m+ + + re + + 444 ++ + + 444++ 114 4++04 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J grate without any attentioneif P tJ r + 4 14 + + +++ ++ + ++i N4 1M+Ot4 ++t- JI 2 fj Autumn Opening Sale of FURNITUREf s Largest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in on Beds Bed Room Suits Kning Room and tchen Furniture t C J ecordialljinvitestore their headquartersr W Must J i please Our success upon it and therea- sonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Department is complete Framing neatly dqneand newest mouldings always carried dO sI JOPUN i rhone Night M t7e RIcmIOND KY Undertaking a c l 4FG WEvarisjr Enibfllmljr THE MOUND CITY St Louis the Metropolis of the West is a City ot Ma ny Attractions To the stranger within her gates St Louis the Worlds Fair city offers a host of sources of interest and en tertainment The occasion of the dedication of the Worlds Fair buildings will afford an opportunity to visit this hustling city and view its fine business structures its pala tial homes its magnificent public buildings and its beau tiful parks The Henderson Routethe Worlds Fair linewill sell tickets from Louisville to St Louis and return at one fare for the round trip on account of the dedication which takes place April 30 to May 2 1903 Tickets will be on sale April 2627 2930 and May 1 and will be good returning to and including May 4 thus giving visitors time to see the sights of the city as wellas witness ing the dedication ceremonies The first object of interest that meets the eyes of travel ers entering St Louis from the East is the Eads bridge which stands in the front ranks of the great bridges of the world It is 6220 feet long cost in round numbers 10000000 and required seven j years to build It has one span of 520 feet and two oth ers of 502 feet each Next in order comes an other worldfamed structure the St Louis Union Station This magnificentspecimen of modern architecture stands without an equal among the depots of the world It ex ceeds them all in size grandeur and convenience of arrangement The buildings and yards cover twenty acres and cost 6500000 Its mas MeD 01 OI Timbers of oak keep the old homestead standing through the years It pay to use the right Stuff II Men of oak aremen int rugged health men jyhose bodies are made of the sound estrnatcrials Childhood is the time today the foundation for it sturdy constitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion the right stuff Scotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children j helps them b i1da firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for frog sample TT Gremist- a40941EPearlI StrooV NrilYork- andSOc StOOj alt drUrglst sive architecture and elegant decorations and furnishings are well worth considerable travel to see In the city there are mag nificent office buildings rais ing their stately proportions high above the busy streets superb and commodious public buildings beautiful jiud costly churches schools jnd colleges hundreds of facto ries immense emporiums of commerce vast department stores etc- Turning from the busy marts of trade the visitor finds relief and comfort in the many large and beautiful parks in which the city abounds These parks rep resent a value of more than ten million dollars Among them are several that sur pass any others in the world iirseveral distinctive features They contain menageries aviaries and aquariums to amuse and instruct There are spacious picnic grounds courts for tennis players amphitheatres for athletic contests and race courses for wheelmen or horses all free to the public Taken all in all there are few American cities that offer so many attractions to She sightseer and a day or two within its gates may well be spent But a few of the places of interest can be hinted at here but add to these the hundreds of others that every metrppolis con tains together with the at tractions of the dedication ceremonies the opportunity to see so many notable personages the grandest pyrotechnical display ever ar ranged and you have a trip that for recreation and sightseeing has seldom been eqal edPersons taking advantage of the reduced rates on this occasion should buy their tickets via the Henderson laneasconnections and the quickest time to say nothing of the ease and comfort which travelers enjoy over its line with its magnificent day coaches and palace sleeping car service RtehMnNo 1871Ji S IfI19a In offering the services of this young stallion to the Puhlh 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 He combines the blood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz Old Fttvine Black Squirrel and lib Richard There are few horses that tarry as much of Old Feavine blood as this horse Lou Chief the J500 mare was bred on dams side like this horse being out of a mart by Old Pcavine llichkiu is ono of Old Pea vines best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3dear old form in 225 and only fog an accident at that age wouldaave taken a low record Pedigree Richkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brotheis to Cerro Gordo Dam Miss Kichipond 551 by King Richard he by Old Pedviue out of Phoros by imp Phaeton 1st Dam Leo Wood 2330 A S H R by Old Peavine 2nd Dam by Warren Elanis jjomnark mare 2rd Dam by the Jim Hujjuely Description Hiclikin is a beautiful red ifarrel 15 hands high foaled April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 lbs ho hail the makeup fineness and nctioniot a email horse In breeding he tnta meau cross and is bound to trove a superior sire Terms Eicbkln will ake the Season of 1903 at the Jas B Miller farm or Ha Bans MIIl pike SilverCJeekIY 7 mlles South r at 20 to Insare a Living 3IT Money Due in all cases when aare Is parted with or bred to an tber horse otherwise when cultic i aled All cine will betakeno accidents or escapes but wlnot be responsible should any oc irv P P ARBUGKLE LEITCKER RICHKOWD KENTycTf rj mrlSSmo y Eczomascakl bead hive nera- of the sUn gf anYsort in8h ed permanently curedD tiruiint aweL At any Matt Jaift THE OLD RELIABLE ROY4 b4KIG POWDERAbsolutely THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Ancient Civilization of Peru The earliest American civilization far antedating the generally accepted limits of preColumbian culture has been traced in Peru by Dr Max Uhle director of the an thropologicalexcavations and explorations the University of California in that coun try where heretofore Inca traditions had led scientists to believe Peruvian civiliza tion only a few centuries be fore the coming of the Span archeaologicalwork lished the fact that a great Civilization flourished two thousand years earlier at the least and that cultured race of higher development than the Incas was in existence be fore the Trojan war This remarkable discovery follows as a result of a study made in the two expeditions which Dr Uhle led in recent years at the expenseofMrsPhoebe- Hearst and under the auspices of the University of Cali forniaSau Francisco Telegram A Great Sensation There was n big sensation in Lees ville lad when W H Brown of that place who was expected to die had his life saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery for consumption He writes I endured in suQerable agonies froui Asth ma but your New Discovery gave me immediate relifaf and soon thereafter effected n comrlete cure Similar cures of consumption Pneumonia bronchitis and grip arc numerous Its the peerlesa remedy for all throat and lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Guaranteed by all druggist Trial bot tles free ivn He Lost Until a few years ago E W Dennis of Sioux City prided himself upon having finer whiskers than any man of his acquaintance In an evil mo ment he began playing ping pong with a charming young woman who chaffed him into betting his beautiful hirsute adornment against her fluttering heart Heis a crack player but the girl proved to be his superior and she ruthlessly demanded her pound of whiskers In spite of his all but tearful plead ings she cut off the flowing silky beard strands of which tied in bows of ribbon she distributed among herfrieuds There is a vague rumor that Dennis contemplates going to Alaska to escape the raillery or acquaintancesEx 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 ono mass of jointsburnIngrun 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 brain Geo A Williams- Roxbury face covered with pimples suppuraUn perfectlyhealed Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running EspeciallystageImprovesweak kidneys Druggists 1 To prove it cures sample of Blood Balm sent free and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Qa Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter Ini A Sign For Ewythlnp Better than anytongued tbermom eter or costly barometer is an old Bcratchedup lop eared cat If he eats grass it is a sign of rain it he stands with his back to the stove look out for cold weather when he vashes his face wash yours for company is coming if he is nervous at the timerho is usual ly sleepy look tq the lightning rod an electric storm is brewing Every sonnothtnaIfbetter get one at once Artificialstimulation of the gland in the throat below Adams apple will it is claimed by Frenchseientlstsi almaXImum Crop Bulletin The rain delayed farm work to quite an extent in many places but all vegetation ad vanced rapidly Wheat is in excellent con dition and the present outlook for a large yield is unusually goodWinter oats and rye are also very promising A smaller acreage than usual of spring oats has been sown Corn planting has only be gun and is progressingslowly on account of rain The tobacco beds were gen erally planted quite late but they are coming up nicely and the early ones are grow ing rapidly Peaches were badly injured by frosts and freezing weath er and the outlook is very poor for the crop Some of the later varieties will give a partial crop Other fruits are in most localities in fair conditionGardens are yery backward planting having been delayed rainGrass is in splendid condi tion and much farther ad vanced than is usual at this time of year Stock of all kinds are in very fair condition EVER WATCHFUL A Little Care Will Save the Reader Future Trouble Watch the kidney secretions see that they have the amber hue of health The discharges riot excessive or in frequent Contain no brickdustlike sediment D cans Kidney Pills will do this for you They watch the kidneys and cure them when theyre sick Mr 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 pro cure Doans Kidney Pills and take a courso of the treatment The result of the use of three boxes proved to me that the remedy is up to represent lions and deserves my unqualified it doreenietit For sale by all dealers Price 50cI Foster Milburn Co Bnflalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesfRemember the name take no other 1m His Idea of the Human Body The study of anatomy re cently introduced in the public schools may be a good thing in some instances but it was very evidently thrown away on a certain boy whose essay on the human body was read at an examination not long ago This is what he had discovered after a care ful perusal of the textbooks The human body consists of the head thorax abdomen and legs The head contains the brains in case there are anYrThe thorax contains the heart and lungs also the liver and lights The abdo men contains the bowels of which there are fivea e i o u and sometimes wand y The legs extend from the ab domen to the floor and have hinges at the top and middle to enable a fellow to sit when standing or to stand when sittingEx Hay Fever Unknown Certain it isand many years of careful experience are back of the statement that hay fever and kindred annoying and troublesome summer affections distressing to so many thousands all over the country recurring as regularly as July and August are absolutely unknown in the Highlands of Ontario Thousands of people go to Muskoka Georgian Bay or the Lakoof Bays every year for nothing else but to avoid hay feverandfindperfecti- mmunity from the ailment and many by going there reg ularly for a period of a few years are said to be perma neritly curedhHay fever booklet can be had free for the asking by applying to R McSmith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway 124 Woodward Ave Detroit A Thoughtful Man M M Austin of Winchester Indt knew what to do in the hour ojTneed Ills wife had such an unusual case of stomach sail liver trouble physicians could Rot help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills end she got relief at eaee and was finally cured Oaly 2ke at all drag ttoro 1m The United States provides for the punishment of crime but makes oo fort to prevent it The annual tribute society pr8 to crime statis tics show to be 1600000000 THE B JSY BEE CASK STORE RICHMONOJKENTUCKY Men We Want To Talk To to our on the our to here of all all be nice to see u THE IDEAL RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituecis of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LouIsville Ky January MEAT MAlT CO Ky Gentlemen Hi rinfaaminedoar Meat and Milt preparation acquainted with its and mode of manulacturt I can state that it a a efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the and invigorates digestion and is beneficial in nervous prostration and alldiseuaatteadedwithdebility Yours truly L D MEAT 2 MALT CO Louisville Ky We see that D B Shackelford d Cos have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to set whatjpeople will tf I have lad occasion to we your BleckDrau fat Stork and Poultry Medl cine and to say that I never wed asythiiigforstock that gave half u good fats ictlon I heartily recota mold it to JN owners of stock J II BELSHER St louis Me- Sick st k or should not eat cheap ttock more than sick per fas shouldxpect to be cured ov sod your stock and pomti sick med and stir n i the torpid liver and the It cures very malady Of stock if = making blood ftnu tiergy as possihlo out of l We believe that if every man in Richmond was a come to us to get his clothing Each week we will publish a little argument on this subject This Iweeks argument is directed To The Man Who Wants To Dress Economically Buy the best is the essence of true economy Good clothing is cheaper than poor clothing no matter what the respective prices maybe sell the best clothing that can be made see note below and the prices are not highan excellent suit for either business or dress wear can be bought cheap and it will outwear any two suits that ordinary stores sell for about the same and it will re tain its shapeliness long after the average garment will be a mere bundle of wrinkles and bagginess NOTEWhen a man buy a suit from us he gets the Best Clothinginthe World made by Schloss Bros Co of Bal timore All garments bear this label iilISLABELOlfUARMEftTS gdGiursctu Sretlcntr Special Attention is Called LADIES WAITING ROOM balcony of store room It is free for all Ladies come and enjoy Bring your dinners and eat them Accommodations kinds will furnished you and a comfortable place wait Come and us Very respectfully W DOLDHAMBUSY co DayLdour fob MEAT MALT LouIsvIlle apptite MpLouisville customers have 1pluud poultry fare give them withworlllICS3 lJOS3ible thebowels 25centcuofDIack prOblem much COIIJt1 We money 1inon every box 25c Tcuis forkWePrintEverythin rhialtWillpaYforIbelftent theb A LARIIE 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 prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a 0dPerfect Fit 1 AND Perfect Finish e Ii you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Talors Regarding Womens- Appare1 1J 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 just what pleases her fancy most The materials are absolutely correct The garments are distinguished for style elegance 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 revelation and a pleasure Kaufman = Straus and Co J2 H Main Lexington Ky Central Kys Greatest Department Store u IPine JobPrintin J Shirts for Everybody We have enough and theyre allof the right kind and for all sorts of occa sions from business to full dress Theyre CluettPeabodyshirtsCluett Monarchanother way of saying good shirts that fit 4 Collars to go on them neckties to go on the collars and all sorts of good furnishings The Richmond Climax J CHENAULT President AD MILLER Manager ROBTS CROWE Editor WEDNESDAY APR 22 1003 PUBLISHED EVERY WKDNK3DAY BY 1he Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Ot Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY liON n A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HOY C WHITE- 7lnnouncements FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER fAladleonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C OKIQaSis a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES CountylinbieatIOn COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE- We are authorized to anncunce the name otMrTT IIBDQER or Scott county as a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture Mtblect to the action of the Democratic party Primary May 91903 FOR STATE TREASURER We are authorized to announce HENRY M BO3WORTU as a candidate for the nomina tion for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party primary May 9 1S03 YOUTSEY sealed the doom of James diIr9Ctlshot that killed Gov Goebel from a rifle that heYoutsey had given him niter pointing out the victim as he en tered the Capital square at Frankfort He also corroborated what every un prejudiced man was bound to conclude that Taylor was the leader and directed everything lie had promised pardons awl they were therefore not afraid to kill tioebel If this evidence coupled with that of Cecil and corroborated other v proof and circumstances doesnt slake the halter draw around the neck of the guilty tool we had just as well abolishcapital punishment and ifafter these revelations Gov Durbin does not immediately surrender Taylor that he too slay be hanged by the neck un til dead he deserves himself to die a logs dnath Lexinglon Dem- ocratC1F1BroverCo11 LEXINGTON KY J DraperiesThis no full to overflowing with latest and most artisti creations in Curtains Draperies 1 Portiers Upholstery GoodseIn beauty style end value this superb line easily ranks among the foremost display The variety for selection is large the range of price wide enough to suit any purse There is a Big Advantage in Buying your Curtains from us expertDraferdrapery work of every sort in such stylish and artistic manner as tojcom mand the admiration of everyone Let us do your Draping Let us fit you wp a cozy seeOriental 1CF1BroerCo1y1AIRAND i eetrq jTO Jy- I Judge BrecUnrijge Withdraws As a result of the conference held in Louisville at the Gait House Thursday night Judge Robert J Breckin ridge Saturday in a brief letter to State Chairman Allie Young announced his formal withdrawal from the contest for the Democratic nomination for governor Judge Brcckinridge iitated that fur ther than his letter to Chairman Young he had nothing to say regard Ing the matter except that he had the very beet of feeling for both of the other candidates and the very best wishes for the success of the Democratic party at the coming election He resigned the hope of becoming theleader of the Democratic party with the utmost equilibriumThe of Judge Breckin ridges letter to Chairman Young is as follows Danville Ky April 18 1903 Hon A W Young Chairman Frank fort Ky Dear Sir lam within the last few days advised byjmy f tends in whose judgment I lip ve the utmost confidence that 1 may not expect under existing circumstances to win the nomination or governor at the nay primary I ave no disposition to maintain a hope lets contention nor to wage a losing fight 1 beg therefore to notify you that I am no longer a candidate for the nomination to which I have re ferred With hearty good wishes for the continued success of our party 1 am sithROBERT J BBECKIXBIDGB Tobacco Growers Urgadze In response to the call of Prof J D Clark of the Kentucky Tobacco Growers Association a large number of larmera met at the court house Satur day atfernoon at which time the Mad- Ison county organization was affected Prof Clark opened the meeting with o lengthy address showing the purposes andadvantages of the association and answering all questions concerning its workings When the matter was fully explained the contract was produced and was signed by every tobacco grow er present Under this contract the armor agrees to sell his tobacco to the association for a period of five years and accepts the scale of prices agreed upon ranging from three to twenty six cents per pound Since tile associ ation has decided that all who fail to sign the agreement or refuse to do s before it becomes effective will be de barred later it was thought best to leave the matter open so that every to joinifpointed to take charge of the business and secure the names of all others who wished to join the association The Tobacco Growers Association of which this is a part is incorporated with a objectbeiugbacco in the burley district of Kentucky Indiana and Ohio About 70 per cent of the crop has already been signedThe tobacco is to be delivered at the county seat of the count in which the pailformake delivery fat any time after D cember 1 of the same year in which th tobacco is grown It must be delivered in good condition and within a year after being cured If any signer of a contract shall deliver or sell his tobacco towa per cent crop A enceh e ment for the tobacco Nat Goodwin and Maxine in The Altar of Friendship at t Lexington opera house April 27 KINGSTON The many friends of Mrs AR Todd are to hear she is recovering from a severe attack of ahandsome onhusinesMr Harvey Pearl of London is vis HFarrisstudeinMtLellaAMr T W Adams war given the Kinl8tonLodge Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot eaTheremid that is by constitutional remedies OnIditlonecstacbian tube When this tube is in soundimperfecttirely closed deafness IB the result and unless the inflammation caw be taken out and this tube restored to its nor destroyednothingbutcous services DollarsforHallsOntarrh OBoldHalls Faataily Pills as 3wrl 1i i is+ t+ 5 O At The Grand Opera House One thousand fqnare yards of special scenery all on a magnificent scale and adjustable to any size stage is carried by the Frank Davidson company This assures absolute scenic perfection to The Folks up Willow Creek and will virtually make an entire new stage in our Opera house nIlof the suck scenery being removed Such a dis play of mechanical effects was never before a attempted and is well worth seeing At the Grand Wednesday April 29 WantedRNonunion compositors permanent positions steady work 12 to 15 a week Piedmont Printing Co 56 Cen tral Ave Atlanta Ga If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have to telephone us to come and take it out as the Majestic people do not make that kind Of course if your Range is not satisfactory we will make is EO but such an occnrence never happens with the Majestic feb 25 4m Arbuckles d Simmons Land and Stock Sales J S Collins sold to F J Curtis thirty head of cattle at 5 cents J R Davis of Campbellsville brought up about sixty bead of cnttl last week to be grazed in this county Some Clark county lambs sold as igh as 615 for June delivery At Carlisle last Monday Aberdeen Angus cattle sold at an average price of J75J Prof M A Scovel of the State Col lege Lexington was elected managing director of tits dairy cattle exhibit of the State Fair Mrs J W Overstreet of Little H irk man has churned and made since October from two cows 285 pounds of butter a most excellent record YMCANotes The membership of the Young Mens Christian Associations in the county including the Berea College Association Is 225 This is considered a fair showing for eighteen mouths work Brassfield Red House Speedwell and Union City have been visited in the interest of the work and it is probable boe organized this summer The Kirksville Association the youngest in the county has twenty one active and three associate mealers with nn average attendance of thirty The county secretarys quarterly re port recently issued shows an increase of itterest in all departments of the county work BIG HILL thefarmersAnew library has been started at Cow Bell school house with Jeff Settle as librarian tLhomenight and all stayed until a late hour A P Settle has returned from the sprineg Bark peeling has begun nnd labor isin demand at f1 per day thoBluegrass thelItM D Settle had his thumb almost improvInJWe purchased our vehicles to sell heand if you will only call and et prices we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and customer tf S L MIDKIFF Pro A Relic of the Put Several months ago Will Hawkins indulgeinhi wife A writ for his arrest was InIn son court sent him to jeil for several months the time expiring the past week When Marshal Reed arrested him be had on an ancient and wicked locking pistol and Thursday Sheriff McCord went to Richmond and brought him here to answer that charge He wan tried before Judge Evans who gave him the lowest penalty 25 fine and ten days in jail which be is now serving He says he Is a nephew of iii famous Ed Hawkins who was hung Irvino yearn ago for the murder or vine and Land The prisoner says t pistol Is the same one with which Hawkins committed some of his num emus murder and that he prizes wetpott very highly Democrat Farm For Sale Kentuckyonroad station and postofllce Excellent improvements all In grass well wa bedlvfcfadE B EVAXB prl tf Jliwl gwty- c S H O E S n c n b 0 00014b40N000K ONOON04 tt SPECIAL J + j 1 04lONM 1OON ++ +HO0 + Dr Hobson dentist next dooi 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 thelittleSyrup 1m Selling out to quit buslne Ten Cent store Store for rentapr 1 tf Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theres a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicine client HeaTs burns cuts bruises sprains Instant relief 1m Dan H Breck will insure your city or country property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldham building apr 8 lOt The Garnet Hotel has recently openedand can accommodate the pub ROMona1blertestronage Respectfully mar 4 3m R G Engle Proprietor RenteI have 400 acres of good grazin- bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf v Harvey Chcnnnlt Corm Wanted We wish to buy delivered at Silv Creek Ky several thousand barrels of corn BtmXAar BENNETT Dna D B Shackelford Co have con tracted with tile Miller R d F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county tf Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can secured by leaving word at the State Bank L Trust Company or by writing T D CHEXADLT mh18 tf Terrillivy Dissolution Sale Having decided to dissolve partner ship we will close out our entire stock of general merchandise at cost R L JEXXIXGS k Co mchlS3mo Paint Lick Ky A lazy liver makes a lazy man Burdock Blood Bitters is the natural rtey er falling remedy for a lazy liver 1m For the styles in wall paper Perry ee Thomas You can purchase a road cart buggy at the Richmond Onrrla Works at your own price We La them from 30 to x200 tf S L MIDKIFF Prop PAINT LICK veryforSalem Wallace Jr of Lexington n will visit bis parents this week NannleEmbryweek Old Aunt Manda a trusty old servant of Dr and Mrs Ramsey and who had tlieirhtPaintstores were crowded with buyers from Kirksvillo Silver Creek and elsewhere beenCness College in Louisville will return allherNewHope VillbeDueWestBud Pnllins was accidentally shot in verypainlulresult from iL Dr Frank Walker was thebulletWalter Hammack the efficient clerk at R L Jennings met with a painful RichmondHisturned the buggy breaking his arm thebro1U wee FIRM liverynaI will continue the business invitestoyanything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc Ypatrons Elmer ParrishSuccessor to Lyman Parrish Cor Third 3r Irvine Phone 3 RICHMOND vy r Uwr3 oar 11 k Meats4Idel business of this firm nas grown to such propor tions 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 can be pro purchasedfsatisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee indevery instance to pay the highest prices the affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sincerity to 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 iYhat kind of flour my prettymaid 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 he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston MiUCompany Phone 663 WACO KY g Wool Carding in Season r a e z Jo Lo Watson = J 820 N Upper Lexington K YiThe Biggest Offering Ever Made In Seasonable Dress Goods No more ever presented an offering in Seasonable Merchandise to match thia one it importance It is the Dress Goods event of the year Thousands of yards iind not a yard but what is desirable No better offering in Fine Dress favoritesPreachlwool GreysNayBlack Dress Goods of Correct Weave DreslGoodsRich Lace Trimmings jt Elegant Dress Trimmings At a much lower price than anywhere else HIgU class Wash Fabi ics at little pnces for this weeks selling New Spring Costumes for Women An elaborate showing of all the new ideas Onr Garments were never so pronounced or so charming The prices are much lower than it would cost to detailJ GLOVES J thelen1insThis is the BEST that was ever sold for 100 superiorgeveryescription WATSONerJ820 North Upper LEXINGTON KY Wlall Paper beJust received two car loads of wall paper for nineteen hundred and three Nice New and Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5c to 25c per sin goingtobefore purchasing We are always glad to show you our goods whether you buy or not We are sole agents for Harrisons Town and Country Ready Mixed Paint centuryIt standllyour money if it is not as represented Perry nda ThomasSuccessors to w G White Next door to Madison Natl Bank 217 Main Street m Granq Opera House SA TURD Y RPRIL 25D- AINTY t MJIYS71RGBAT emod She is the most superbly gowned woman on the American stage presentingOther Peoples Money When you see her then you will understand why so many want to see her New York Press II Prices1st J4 Ij ows 75cBaIance Orchestra 50c 1 sfc Rows Balcony 50c Gallery 25c It J 1 state on Sale at Wines Drug Store d r i LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Ladie Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with fqot ruffle etc Ladie Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladie Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies DrawersLadies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from QQ 25 0 c Space will not permitof my describing onefourth of readymade Muslin Under andfullI OWBNMcKBBCor Maim and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY J Nat Goodwin in The Altarof Friendship Lexington Opera House Monday April 27th DR HOBSON For Mayor of the City ofIRichmond OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash guaranteed id of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade s 10 vear old in jugs 100 per gallon 10bottles S 5 II 6l 1jn s 250 t 5to bottles 3 a 2 It jugs S210 It Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery MoBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky 49c99c 99c 49c90c 25c99c R H liurnphreys Having bought Higgins Ellis Grocery and am put ting in a fresh stock everyday I cordially invite you to call 1J R H Humphreys PHONE NO 31 A Hew Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a c4 we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors Also a complete lino Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring vcar A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces and Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Uibson Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY H ELDERS r st Me BARGAIN STORE J t We take pleasure in announcing 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 i Ribbons Clothing Shoes and e r nereever shown in this city Call and inspect 0 rIme 3 and be IconYinc i WN moneyr J T il j 1 Respectfully Submitted to the r Cash Trader r l E V ELDER a a c e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get our prices before making your purchase in this Hrie pont to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicIe inting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction 4 1CteaTa DOT 5 I jMOND ICY- PHONE232I rasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 3FRESH firocerses AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour je Richmond Climax DSESDAY APR 22 1003 Io IItSItS others lit his daily deeds find the healing that his spirit neels every flower in others pathway tbrnWii cfers its rl8 ran t beauty onour own unt f ret to see that swell line of rtIIOWII by Perry fc Thomas Dan II Brtck Firp Life and Ac tot Insurance Office in Oldham jiujr nPr 8 lot Best in earth or anywhere else mst Blend coffee Fraba Bros Phone 16- 5Majcstic Ranges Arbuckle Simmons Sat toodwin and Maxine Elliott l1e at the Lexington Opera House wiJay night April 27 Mrs Susan Triuble and family re moved from the county to town iave taken the Charlie White ns oiilifih street- Fxamitiatlofl for certificates to rh in Caldwell High school will be JI at High school building April and 5 T T Covington Sect Selling out to quit buiness Rich ma Ten Cent store Store for nt apr 1 tf have sort 0 snbN that mumps t whooping cough has become the kr ol the day quite a number of lilies being afllictetl with it The Miller Range people tell us if cuMiner telephones us they flo note t Miller Ranee for us to send a ign for it and refund the money for ey l guaranteed from end to end tf n B Shackelford Co Have your old vehicle repainted ul nI rubber tires to take the place j worn out steel tires you are nv uiiii and you will have a new nvryfinee for spring and summer liiihmond Carriage Works will do ikat prices that will astonish a Satisfaction Guaranteed tiSL MIDRIFF Prop ivvine knows Frank Davidson ii iiis niinpany they are frequent 11111 visitors aud always give Ril dean honest entertainment mtrisk in securing tickets for eir a iartince they always give val ivd Their new play The oiks us Willow Creek is an intense TiMiMing comedy and its many ru traders give ample chaqco for tillalttrort A good company in Ii lay cannot fail to produce a v At the Grand Opera House pI Qoxtd I j u tirats GroccrvCempauy I is j erate i her for about ten s oiised out its stock and quit l in IIi cily Pulled Their rreijht eiinis Kickle Plate show Co- itetl Richmond two weeks tmg that circus had no e with smallpox measles mumps Uv un jiiiili so prevalent in uii have uuicflleil nil their iIi State and moved to Ohio e 3 t S voQ See Perry Thomas betore buying your wall paper Less taxes More factories Vote for Dr Hobson for Mayor ly Buy you girl a shower stick tf LELane Selling out to quit busines Rich mond Ten Cent store Store for rent apr 1 tf Watch Found A watch vas left at the State Bank Trust Co one day last week Owner can have same by identifying and pay- Ing for this notice apr 22 tf Witnesses Clarence Morgan and F M Poor of this county were summoned as wit nesses in the Howard trial and were taken to Frankfort by Deputy SheriO Colyer Friday Gly Court Bud Casey and Floyd Irby of Gar rard county orxcharges of drunk and disorderly wore fined So and costs each in the city court Monday morning Gets a Good Place Mr R D Campbell of this city has been appointed by Goy Beckham to a good position ii the Eastern Asylum at Lexington Mr Campbell left Satur day to enter upon his duties Reigned Mr William Bruce who has been connectedwith the Richmond Water Light Company for the past year has resigned his position to accept a more lucrative one at Winchester Tctacco Shipped Sixtyfour hogsheads of burley tobacco have been recently sold and shipped to England and Ireland by Dan Peed of Paris at an average price of 131 cents per pound A Righteous Judgment Geo Morris a district schoool trus tee of Knox county was tried for sell lug out a school to a teacher He was fined 550 and will not be allowed to vote or hold office during his life Illustrated Edition James L Sowors the hustling edi tor of the Valley View Argent will shortly issue an illustrated edition ot his paper Eetting forth the advantages and attractions of that thriving town Eeorgaolied The McCreary Guards the local mill tary company has been reorganized and will begin drilling again this week A U S army officer will boo here one day next week to inspect the company ics to lexa3 J II Overiey has sold his farm of fiftynine acres near Berea to J W Green at f25 25 per acre Mr Overley left with his family Thursday for Sher man Texas where he expects to reside in the future Will Locate in Cleveland Mr John W Rock will leave In afew days forClevelnnd Ohio where be has accepted a position with a large lum ber firm of that city While we regret to lose Mr Rock we wish him abun dant EUCCCES in his nosy field Honey to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars callon or address W IL LETCHEII JR apr 15 Cmo Richmond Ky Estray A black male hog weight about 175 pounds came to my place about three weeks ago and has since been cared for by the undersigned Owner can have same by paying charges Jas Pearson apr22 2t Rictmond Ky lion J Willard Mitchell Here lIon J Willard Mitchell Jessa mine countys candidate for Attorney General was in the city Saturday mix ing with the Democratic voters There was more than a quorum in town and very few left without shaking the can didates hand Mr Mitchell addressed a large crowd at the court house in the afternoon He has recently returned from an eight weeks trip through the western section of the state and ex pressed himself as greatly peased with his prospects in that direction Eeatberage COI r PotatoesIWe have just received a carload of- Sweet Potatoes whichwe desire tlIclose out at unce r II EarlyOhip Bik I Early Peerless Rose i ALL KINDS o FIELD SEEDS a- l I E Deatherage Col Inspection Robt R Burnaui Grand Captain General of Grand Commandery of Kentucky Knights Templar accompa nied by Sir W B Sliackelford inspected Ryan Commandory No 17 at Danville last Tuesday The inspection was followed by a most enjoyable banquet ROckcastle OIL The drillers at work on tho Round Stone Land Companys property near Conway struck a good flow of gas last week ata depth of about 20J feet The gas came with such force that the progress was impeded for some days This is said to be a pretty sure sign of- oil The Haulers Acquitted Tho Ilensley case took up three days in the Circuit court last week On Thursday morning the jury brought in a verdict of not guilty This case completed the criminal docket of the pres ent time A number of civil cases have been tried during the week Arrested For House Breaking Ike Fife was arrested and lodged in jail by Officer Tim ONeil Monday on a warrant sworn out by Maggie lush colored charging him with house breaking Tho latter claims that her house in Chicago was entered and five dollars stolen on Saturday night Fifes examining trial will be held to day Nat Goodwin and Maxine Elliott at Lexington The engagement of Nat Goodwin and Maxine Elliott at the Lexington Opera House on next Monday April 27 will be one of the principal dra matic events of the season They will be seen in their latest success The Altar of Friendship Church to Be Moved The Pairvlew Christain church in Garrard county which was destroyed by the cyclone two weeks ago will probably be moved to Paint Lick as a largo part of the congregations lives there The church was situated on one of the highest points in the county and the wind has dealt harshly with it many times in thelast few years Mar Not Live to le thing Vm McCarty the condemned wife murderer who is to be hanged at Lexington May 15th is in a serious condi tion in his cell in tho Fayette county jail He is suffering from lung trouble and is compelled to struggle for every breath which he obtains with difficulty and oven pain He is hardly able to walk and doubtless will have to be as sisted to the scaffold to carry out the lawsdemand upon his life Held Over Frank Gabbard the mail carrier of Jackson county who was arrested by Deputy Marshal Mnllins two weeks ago was tri d before U S Commissioner W C Bennett Thursday morn lug and held over to the Federal court under a bond of 500 Gabbard form erly carried the mail between McKee and Drip Rock and is charged with having pened letters that were placed in his charge Fair at Kirksville The enterprising citizens ot Kirks ville are making preparations to hold a fair during the coming summer The Kirksville fair used to be the greatest event of the summer and it is to be hoped they will got it started this year All it needs is a start The fair will be held on Friday and Saturday July 17 and 18 This Js the week that was claimed for tbo Richmond Elks Fair but since the latter has been abandoned the date is claimed by the Kirksville Association free Service The Richmond Telephono Company has completedjarrangemenla with the Berea Telephone Company that afterII May the lines will be open patrons free communication to Berea Kirksvilio and Paint Lick will also be included in the free list Tie new service will be of great benefit to the patrons in this city and should be great ly appreciated by them Manager Fuqua is continually extending and improving tho local lines and always tries to give the people the best possi ble service for their money Teacher Elected The Board of Education met last Tuesday night and elected Miss Willie Traynor to fill the vacancy caused 6y tho resignation of MrsSudle Chenault First Grade teacherin Caldwell High school Miss Traynor is a careful and painstoking teacher and enjoys the reputation of being one of the best in the county It is with great regret that Mrs Clienauks friends learn that she has been compelled to resign on account of ill health but all hope that she may speedily regain her health and soon be ready to teach again Finding the Line of Level Messrs O H Rumbold W H Mc Alpin and A D Ponder civil engi neers at work on Lock No9 at Valley View surveyed a lino through here to Ford last week to ascertain the line of level from Lock No 9 to Lock No 10 In making the survey they fol lowed the line of the L A from Valley View and the L N to Ford Tli3 L A station in this city is four hundred feet above the level of the Kentucky river at Valley View and 949 feet above tho sea level The line of level is taken to find how high the dam will have to be to throw the slack water from one lock to the next Kentucky Tobacco Is Mag The St Louis worlds fair officials have paid Kentucky tobacco the highest compliment possible in the Agricultural building at the exposition Ten thousand square feel will be de voted to a collective exhibit of tobacco from all over the United States One half of this space has been assigned to Kentucky Mr Charles D Campbell ot Louisville Is chairman of the tobac co exhablt commfttee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association and with the assistance of his committee is taking full advantage of the recognition made tbo Blue Grass State in its importance as a tobaccogrowing commonwealth Peace Off leers Meet Capt J H Allman attended the meeting of the Peace Officers Associa tion of Kentucky at Henderson last week Ho reports one of the best meetings of lie Association ever held and says that the officers and citizens of Henderson left no stone unturned in their efforts to make the visiting officers enjoy themselves Several de lightful banquets wera given in their honor and otbcr entertainments were arranged for their pleasure Before leaving they had the opportunity of visiting till U S Monitor Arkansas which spent last week in tha Ohio river Next month Capt Allman will attend the International Association of Chiefs whifli will meet at New Or leans Nat Goodwin and Maxine EILlottat Lexington Monday night April 27S J3 A 0 U W Netting All members of the A O U Ware requested to be present at the regular meeting of the lodge Thursday night when the question of the street iair will be considered Meting of Democratic Committee A meeting of the county Democratic committee will be Iheld at the court house Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock for the purpose of selecting election officers and arranging other matters relative to the Democratic State primary Suit Compromised The suit of Judge H C Rico and lila son Lackey Rice against tho Richmond Telephone Co has been compromised the defendant agreeing to pay the sum of i50 with all tho costs of tho suit The unit was brought for damages sustained by young Rice who was seriously injured by falling from a telephone pore during the sleet storm of last winter school to Move Tho Bluegrass Industrial Institute at Keene Jessamine county will be moved during the summer to Beatty yule several acres of land in Lee county having been donated for tchool purposes The school was founded three year ago1by Prof W H Parker and was modeled after the famous Tuskegee Institute ol Alabama The effort was made by some of the colored citizens of this county last year to have the school moved to Brassfleld but the proposition did not meet with sufficient encouragement Mr Hanpn Gets a Shaking Up Deputy Sheriff Joe Maupin says that arresting a desperado armed with two guns and a butcher knife is but childs play when compared to handling a run away horso on a long hill He had an exciting experience of this kind Mon day and is congratulating himself that he ecaped without any broken bones He was coming over the Narrow Gap pike and was driving a nervous young horse Shortly after starting down the long hill the shaft broke The horse immediately became excited and be gnu to run throwing Mr Maupin out of the buggy but he held on to the reins and was dragged quite a distance down the pike Although badly bruised up he fortunately was not seriously injured For B rolling Purposes Los of people think that for broiling they must have coal or charcoal As a matter of fact with Gas Fuel broil lug can be done more quickly satis and econ micoally than in any other way You not only get Immediate action but the hot gas flame quickly sears tno 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 Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received at the office ol the County Judge until 12 oclock noon Saturday May 9 1903 tor the building and completing of three miles of the Richmond and Fourmile turnpike beginning at the city limits near the old fair grounds and running eastwardly three miles Bids will be received for nequarter of a mile or more at the option of the bidder The profile and specifications can be seen at County Judges office The success ful bidder will be required to furnish good bond for faithiul compliance with the contract Signed N B Tunrijf apr223t JM C C A HUSTLER What Cy Douglas His Done For a Shoe De partment The triends of Mr Cyrus G Douglas will read with great pleasure the following from tho great Boot and Shoe Record cf Boston Mr C G Douglas recently of Rich mond Ky took charge of the shoe de partment of the W L Alexander Merchandise company at Jacksonville III on September 1 1902 At that time this store had been in operation a year and every department in the house was doing a good business with the excep tion of the shoe department In six months by his hustling and perseverance he has increased the sales one hundred and fifty per cent He has introduced the special lines of Lewis A Crossett C P Ford Co and R T Wood Co His stock for spring is considered the snappiest most up todate line in the city Mr Douglas is well known in the South by shoe manufacturers and salesmen and is noted for his judgment in style and quality of shoes Cy writes his friend Mr C E Woods that he may tell all his friends here that be will brealr the record again this year 1903 The New Fashion Period 1903 In its inception and design it differn markedly from the accepted models of any previous period Progress may be noted constantly betterward irom the time when dress designers aimed rather to display the dress that to enhance the beauty and grace of its wear er Then it was mainly a question of color scheme and trimming artifice which might be very effective as a decorative part of a grand assemblage But taken by itself it looked most glaringly conspicuous and very often was entirely out of beauty tone with Its at last style has evidently seen the error of Its way for it is drawing near to nature The springs leading creations bear witness that the worlds greatest designers have come to real ize that nothing is fairer than the female form that anything which de stoys comfort must destroy beauty And that is the simple reason why Mrs M Love who lion charge of the dressmaking department at Kaufman Straus Co is meeting with such phenomenal and deserved success Mrs Loves idea is to impart to every gown a style individuality that nothing can lose The gowns which are being turned out by this high class modiste are the very perfection of fit and style They are marked by that indefinable smartness of cut and corx rectness of detail which is to day so essential to the well dressed woman Kaufman Straus Co 12 and 14 West Main St Lexington Ky respect fully invite you to pay Mis Love a visit and should yon leave an order for a new gown it will be both a rave lation and a pleasure The Kaufman Straus Co spring stocks of every kind of Dry Goods ant wearing apparel for women are com plete and present by large odds tbu tompetest showing in this section of the country ILost Over Coat By mistake some young gentleman gpt hold of the wrong over coat at Wiggins BroBOpera tionse Thursday right Ho can find his own by return ing the barrowed coat to this office WILL COME BACK Other Peoples Mosey Plays Here Arln Next Saturday Never in the history of theatrics in Richmond has a success been scored to eual that attained by Dainty May Sargent and her most excellent company last evening in tho much heralded ojmedy Other Peoples Money ttIfit were true that willis could ring with laughter then there would indeed be sweet sounding chimes in the vicinity ot Wiggins Opera house for ninny a diy to come for not in tho recollection Ltlb0 writer have so many hearty Dainty May Sargent la3111s been crowded into two and a half hours ns was the case last evening Aside from the gracious and talented Miss Sargent it would truly be a hard m liter to tell what or who was the most enjoyed The comedy is of the clean kind the characters being taken irom every day walks in life and not one wMt exagerated To witness such a superb organization as surrounds Miss Sargent is not often accorded Rich mondites Time fun which was dealt out in most generous measures would prove laughter from oven a pious old cub and he who saw last nights pro diction and is not today sing 1g its praises is either suffering from dyspep sir or biliousness The company came hizbly recommended and much was expected suffice it to say that not only was no one disappointed but all were agreeably surprised Miss Sargents gowns are the most costly and elabor ato ever viewed in Richmond and her own charming personalty and beauty added much Arrangements have been perfected forareturn date in the Grand Orem House this city on this week Saurday night when Other Peoples Money will again be presented by the same incomparable company The house should be packed Prices 75 50 and 35 Seats arc now on sal- eDEEATHS WALLER Mrs Fannie WaIler died in Lexington Sunday at the advanced ago of 79 years She leaves five chil dnn among whom is Mr Charles Waller of Union City this county DALTON Edward Dalton died in this city yesterday morning aged eigh tyone yeais Mr Dalton bad a fall on- liii ice a little over a year ago sustaining injuries from which hn never re covered HTEWABT On the 13th inst Mason Stewart of Elizabetbtown died at consumptioniceased tri University graduating with honor InletnnlfSuminJtfor scholastic attainments He was a nephew of Mr John C Mason of this county and has many relatives and friends in Madison who mourn lila losj HAMPTON Andrew Hampton a roe I known and popular young man of nhis county died at his home near White Hall Sunday Mr Hampton HamptonIage RiB death was due to heart fail ure from which he has suffered for several months He leaves a host of friends who regret deeply to hear of his untimely death Burial in the Richmond Cemetery Monday after floe SuITIIMrs G W Smith died at her home on Collins street Friday night after several months suffering of tuberculosis She was about thirty nine years of age and leaves a husband and five children to mourn her losii Mrs Smith was formerly a Miss William of Frankfort and had re sidiid here only a short time having moved here from that city about three weeks ago The remains were taken to Frankfort fpr Interment Saturday IUEnsON Mrs Bessie H Duerson wife of i aRue Duerson died at her home near Kirksville Friday aged about twenty two years Mrs Duerson was the daughter of Dr J W Hocka day and was a beautiful Christian char actor She was educated at Madison Institute and is said to have been one of tho brightest students in school at the time About two years ago she wai married to Mr LaRuo Duerson who with one son survives her The burial took placo in tho Richmond Cemetery Saturday afternoon GREEN Died Tuesday morning April 7 in Lexington Mo Mrs Sallie countyMrsYocngwho once owned the farm on which Mr and Mrs H W Cornelison novt reside Her husband was the son of tie late William R Green of this Mr and Mrs Green removed to Lexington Mo In early life where they have made their home ever since Deceased leaves besides her aged bus bawl four children to mourn her loss They are Mrs Homer Stewart of Denver Colorado Miss Mattie and Messrs Lexingtomof the Cbrislain church The bereaved family has the sympathy of many of their Kentucky friends and relatives HDowELtOnr community was SaturdaytoMcDowell which occurred at the Good Samuitan hospital in Lexington It was thought by his friends and rela sufficientlyfrontnlato bu removed from Spartansburg S Oi to Lexington bat in weak cued condition the change was too and he gradually sank into death Mr McDowell was a native of Ricliond his lather being the late William O McDowell and his mother now resides in Cynthiana Mrs Betje Breck McDowell He was wide Kentuckybehigof this city and a cousin of tho late Lexingtonjye1rs Rot er Mills but fur the past two years he had been engaged m tho wholesale SinrtsmnsburgSvicl by three sisters Mrs O S Hol tenD f this city Mrs L Irvine Blanton of yIttMana and Mrs David M Swfets of Shelbyvitlo His funeral waicouducted afternoon at tile residence of Mrs L B Tddd Dean hIs conducting the services ittd which lila remains were laid to reg in tIe Lexington Cemetery The dee est sympathy of host Of friends gal out to the family in their be reaj omens I R W Cblytr Declared tie Winner The contest conducted by Mr Chap Jacobs to determine who was tho most popular officer in Madison county was brought to a close Saturday night when Deputy Sheriff R W Colyer was declared the winner having re- ceive 885 votes Mr John F Wagers was second in the race with 760 votes The contest was lively from the start and the result is quito a compliment to Mr Coyler The prize was a forty dollar suit RELIGIOUS Rev D H Frierson ot Hinton W Va has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Paint Lick Rev Dr Moffatt of Lebanon and Mr M F Arbuckle of Kirksville will represent Transylvania Presbytery at the Ueneral Assembly of the Presby terian church which meets at Lexington Va in May DrW F V Bartlett one of the most prominent and widely knowb Presbyterian ministers in Kentucky died last week in Lexington He had been pastor of the First Presbyterian church in that city since 1874 MATRIMONIALBnntirnrsROnaavsNmttlmafl dns and Miss Prudie Roberta both of this county were married In Winchester Friday HURLEYALEXANDEB Sherman Hnr ley and Miss Emily Alexander both of Red Lick will be married at the home of the bride tomorrw EADSDOZIER This afternoon at 430 the marriage of Mr William Eads and Miss Lizzie Dozier will be solemnized at the home of the brides parents near Red House The cere mony will be said by Rev Hugh Mc Lellan after which the bridal party will bo driven to this city where an elegant reception will be tendered them by the grooms parents on High street Mr Everett Parkes and Miss Sue Scriv ner will be the attendants Miss Do- zier who is a handsome blonde is the youngest child of Mr and Mrs William Dozier ot Red House and is pop ular with a wide circle of friends The groom is a prosperous yonpg fam men and the son of Mr W N Eads of this city The CLIMAX joins in with num erous friends in wishing the young couple all happiness BIRTHS AurATo the wife of John AII man on April 17 a twelve pound bo- yPAEKMr and Mrs Tom Park of Keene Jessamine county are rejoicing over the arrival ot a 10 pound boy Saturday April llth PERSONAL Mr R C Hill was in this city Mon day Mr Quinn Taylor spent Sunday in Clark county Mrs Mary Neale Thompson is ill at Gibsons Infirmary Mrs H C Jasper spent several days last week in Cincinnati Mr Neale Bennett has recovered from an attack of grip Mrs H B Hanger is at home from a visit to Lexington friends Mrs L J Frazee of Lexington was here several days last week Mr Thos B Crutcher was in Nicho lasville Monday Mr W A Thomas attended Grand Opera in Cincinnati this week Mrs V H Hobson has gone to San Antonio Texas to visit friends Mr W C Miller of Lexington spent Sunday here with relatives Mr Fred Grinstead of Danville spent Sunday in this city with friends Mrs Gilbert Grinstead is confined to her bed with an attack of rheumatism Miss Lucy Adams has been confined to her homo with a severe attack of B L Middelton went to Cin cinnati Monday to attend the Grand Opera Mr James S Crutcher is at home improvedinDr J M Poyntz is attending the meeting of the State Medical Society in Louisville Dr C II Vaught will leave today for Louisville to attend the State Medical Society The Cccilian Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs M C Kellogg on West Main street Mr R E Little spent last week with HamptoninMrs Gregory and daughter Miss Lucy who have been wintering in Flor ida are at home Mr W W Pigg is able to be out after his recent illness much to the pleasure of his many friends Mrs George Prewitt Is at home from a visit to her sister Mrs Will D Old ham in Lexington daughterof Mrs H G Turner Mrs Clarence H Vaugbt and child ren leave today to spend a month with her parents at Trenton Ky WashingtonDguest of Miss Julia Higgins Miss Annie McKee arrived home Monday night from Florida where she has been spending the winter Miss Mary Leavell has returned to her home in Lancaster after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Mary Doty Mesdames T Willis of Stanford and Frank Miller of Lexington are guests of Mrs Finnell on Water street Messrs Hugh Tevis and Cecil Hart are back from Keokuk Iowa where they recently went with a view of loca tingMrs Anna R Bourne formerly of Madison Institute has been appointed CollegeWMrs John Hooe Russell of Hunting ton W Va together with her little win is visiting Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps ShelbJlvillebassister Mrs C S Holtou who bas been quite ill Mr Jonah Wagers of Eslill county spent several days in the city week on his return from a business trip to CincinnatiMrs Mrs John Hnguely and Miss Mary Vin ent Hugnely of Danville were guests last week of Mrs James B McCreary sprijthl1vdauStanford after a brie but pleasant visit to Mrs Finnell Mrs Neale Bennett and two child Ten will leave next week for Seattle Washington where they will pnend the summer with Mrs Evan S McCord Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine come down Tuesday to attend tho perform anco of the Kilties While here she was the guest of her nast Mrs Clando Smith Mrs Stanton H Thorpe who under went a surgical operation at the Gibson is as anxlousiylorMr RN Witheabary of Cincin naG cornea today for a short visit to friendsMiss Carlisle ChenanU who in the guest of Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall will leave Monday for a visit CtcralSundaysLexington Prof J D Cirkef Lexington WH here severa1dyilt wMJk mlfteUnr 1 il1 r 3 JI t Correct Chtbes for Mffc sell the fits w else to Vests Shoes Hats Shirts Ties correct in detail s Shoes line of in c FOR AND with his numerous friends No mort popular man ever left Richmond than Prof Clark and hit visits to his old town are a source of great pleasure to the community at Itjge Mrs H L James of Richmond who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L W returned home Friday accompanied by her sisterin law Miss Florence JamesMrs Jno R Robertson and Mrs Aloxan der went to Richmond Friday to visit relatives for several days Carlisle Mercury Mr J R David of Campbellsvillo has been the of relatives in the county for several days Mr is a strong of Hon John B Chenault and has taken an active in terest in the letters lace Through his efforts his home county has been thoroughly organized and will it is thought give a solid vote for Chenault in the coming primary We keep on hand at all times a good supply Qf Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are being operated a Brush Creok Ky and do not hesitate 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 Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feel Sand Cement Etc We are still in the C X and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantees Polite and Service arid Good Weight Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Richmond Ky Ed CLOTHES l RRECT PRICES The fact that we more Clothing than allother Richmondstores combined is tJ strong evidence that our Clothing is cor A rectcorrect in style quality price We have the exclusive sale of famous b SteinBlochand Kirschbaum brands Clothing that better holds shape and 5j wears longer than any other we are ac quaintedwith and our wide range of k sizes graded to the fraction ofan inch J enables us to fit every man perfectly A A ofcorrect Spring Styles w J now ready come when youre ready JGood3 Everything wear White every tHanant Florsheim WalkOver and Bostonian mens footwear Madison county GVINGTON BANKS OUTFITTERS MEN BOYS James guest Davis supporter ltLime Prompt Letcher Depot and splendidshowing Physical Educationt 31 Ladies andi 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 AdamsPhysical ector Studio over Crutchers Shoe Store Telephone 122 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings StripesIngrainsTHREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lotof Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from re c eS Geo M Wiliging209 West Main Street IT IS = 1iIr IIiIoL = ITo Your Interestr = To call and examine samples of our spring and summer line of Clothing made to your measuresFit and satisfaction guaranteed in every cases Why pay 1000 1 200 and 500for cheap handmedown suits when you can for the same price a suit made to your measure that will fit and hold its shapsGive us a trial and be convinced that we are working for your interest along with our own t We are showing 1 8 different styles MenVLow Shoes 150 to 5 26 different styles of Ladies Low 10 Shoes jf 110 to 350 19 StrapSandalscalf and plain kid 90c to 500 RIVE ARNOLD 4in Street Richmond Ky f7F 7f J PROFESSIONAL CARDS Arl011Y6 R W MILLER ATTOAITBTATLAV- ItlCnUOHD KRJiTDCZT Office the Burniua Building noxt door tore National Bank feb3ly SVLLriT N JA ATToENEYATLA- cRIChMOND KENTUCKY Office overstate Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J O D M OHENAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LEfCHER AUoineyaILawRtC- 1lIOND KKHUCK- YrQrOfflce over Taylor liros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OSteelu John Benuetts old law office over Ferry iThomas drug stole PrSICLaTA OilS GIBSON GIBSONJo PHYSICIANS AND SUKGEOXS RICHMOND KENTUCKY CHice ia Ikr Dr Holxoa bIIiI4IRCr iaStreetJ U C JASPER M D Medicine nud Surgery Oftce SUMitfer Buildinc Main Street ftrirpbeod At remleace the Carr place on UroHdway- KRMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURaEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY n E 0 Vance UO fa Mrs 0 OVancc B Osteopathic W PhysiciansSt- ate Bank Trust Hes Literature furaUlied on application coasutTATioH FREE GrAdnate Southern School of OaUwofMit- hyIOKTAL n n STm0SSi7 tv eTlt i onSQ OIDfflST or LOUIYtCLM KT jOiir xt drto Govrinatefit Building iUcluSIId Kr Office laoarall to 121 to 4 vL7ly h oov WI Blanton 3S DENTIST MIt BeaM BoMiBcTBLHPHONB 1Jaa1r IN DR LANDMAN- i Hotel Glyndon Wwlnawfoy Slay 13 1003 iKodci DyspspsEa GUraO Digests what you eat- 81TTENTION We httre inove l our produce business from the BRat Bud of Maui Street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street tiltIll RICHMOND K- YGe The GHgSa GEJF For Gouglse Colds and Croup flIt ILouinHle At12L I DAILY EX 1sTBAINS LEAVE ft or VersainesLawrencebtRl LCX find Cincinnati itfl Ilor=TRAINS ARniJS 1UOUMOND- romP Louisville Lexington ndI Ili1an mFrQmFrom Miller Oreek 830 am O iITmOWNIIQ Gen Mgr KyIiRicninoca Ky Stops tho Cough and Works of the Cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets core a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 11G- t Jllllll L Wearo pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Simmons Itchmond earcv Hamilton Waco O Plnnel Ited House W Masters Valley View WhltlocV Baldwin hutap Newby norton Buthton J W Teeter Edenton J W Prewitt rottonburg 1 A Warren Paint Lick C C HcWharter Wallaceton nlckner i Early Bere- TJ Coy K1rk8ile Next to the Proper Test conies the proper glasses Wn can do what Is rzht 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 glasses not of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little lengcr time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand ly STA1VDJlRD Rotary Shuttle A V Sewing Machine STAXDAKD GJULNC LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingIachitustitch Two machines in one Run as silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and feed one third faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball bearincs is the grandest machine ever offered to the pnhlic For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the moneyalso manufact tire upCnllb2 conviced ARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati 0Smo CI4UCTAW9OKL IIOMA OUL BaL Combines th Advantages of Eastern ServiceWith the Opportunities of a WESTERNCOUNTRY DIRECT LINE Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Col orado New Mexico Arizona Old Mexico and the PacificS CoastIII WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS 11PULLrlIADtIs Agt- OhE PT L Unit Back Musss Selling Out at Cost To Quit Business StoreI l Well elery npound Jestows that Health and Vigor that Makes Liv ing a Pleasure If you are sick and outofsorts it is in your power to make yourself healthy strqng and is not the slightest reason why you should go through life feeling sickly miserable languid and melancholic To be well and means and true joy nenrJcicdyspeptichovering over you you are not as energetic and strong as you were some weeks ago the use of Paincs Celery Compound will tone up and fortify your whole system cleanse the blood correct digestion sharpen the appetite and conduce to restful sleep Thous ands once in a halfdead condition owe their present good health to the use of Paines Celery Compound Mr Wm S Gibson of Heasurevillc Ky who through sickness and suffering was brought near the dark grave writes as follows regarding his marvelous cure II I have been broken down in health and strength nervous system shattered kid leys out of order had nervous and trembling spells off and on for the last ten years I have taken three bottles of your Paines Celery Compound and all of the abovementioned troubles have left me and I can now do a good days work I go about my business all daylong and it dont worry me and I now feel better than I have in ten years I have a good appetite and can cat and get around on foot as active as when I was a boy My age is 65 years 1 DIAMOND DYES Color Jackets Coalsf Capes Ribbons Neckties WaistsaStockings will not fAde or crock DUcoond Dyes Direction book and 45 dyed umplu Lice DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt I Blue Grass Hemp Crop For the last fifty to seven atyfivebeen the chief hemp produc jngf section of America and in Kentucky the production has been confined mostly to the Blue Grass ounties of which Fayette is the center In the forties Kentucky was producing as much as 40000 tons of fiber per 3rear but with improved ocean ship ping facilities the low price of foreign labor foreign hemp gradually forced the Ken tucky product out of the mar etaIn 1895 the crop had decreased to such an extent that Kentucky produced barely 4000 tons The returning prosperity of the last few years together with the war in the Philippines has greatly enhanced the value of all fibers and Kentucky hemp has reaped the benefit the farmers having been able for the last few years to secure from 5 to 6 for their hemp This has stimulated production materially and the Ken tucky crop gradually increas ed from about 4000 in 1895 until the 1902 crop which is now being marketed is esti mated at from 7000 to 8000 tonsAt present prices it is one of the most profitable crops grown in the Blue Grass and it is unfortunate that the crop cannot be still further in creased This will be im possible this year however owing to a shortage in the hemp- seed crop several rises ii ithe Kentucky river during last season having destroyed a large portion of the seed crop Kentucky farmers are dependent on the Kentucky river bottoms for cultivated seed and it is estimated that there cannot be sown more than 50 to GO per cent of the acreage that was sown last year This will benefit those ho are fortunate enough to secure seed for a short crop will necessarily increase the price Then too it will make it much easier to secure labor There was plenty of labor to handle the hemp crop this year if the weather had been uniform but bad weather has made it necessary to do more work in a shorter length of time and some far 7 KNOWthemost remedies for women in the treatment or1tscountriesdrulea without labeling them poisons ottakepain accoratiaayiBK pregnancy FrieadIFrieadhihas been in rise over forty years and that nameoJthisrimedy 31lalthyknowisThey tuteOur1itUeTiE MMfIf II ftIwto mers have complained that labor was scarce when really- it was unfortunate weatherTh conditions Lexington Lead therMajestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 WalleBennelt 4 Joe S Bog- ga5NBCoy C D M Chenault 8 7 GWOatesin9 John D Harris 10 T H Hart 11 U G Harris 12 AWIl Letcher Jr 13 J C Lackey 14 David A McCOrd 15 Henrv Perrya16 Dr G 17 Hon W B Smith 18 M B Stagner 19 Judgo N B Turpin 20 Engcne Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers Tito ahovo list is the number of Ma jestic ranges we have sold in the last ten months If you are not one of that list vre want to make you one this year BOKB 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 aRangeABBDCKLE SIMMONS 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first one Every one wo have old has helped to sell others Call fll examine it and we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 25 4m Arbuckle Simmons When you see a dollar yon quite s Tiblos a dollar found We can not tell you to go to pick up dollars but we can assure you that buying jewelrv of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true If L E LANE Makes a Clean Sweap Theres nothing like doing a thing iheardbest It sweeps away and cures burns sores bruises cuts boll ulcers skin eruptions ami piles Its only 2oc and guaranteed to give satisfaction by nil druggist Itn Pharaohs chariot in which herode at Thebes was dis covered says the Times in a perfect condition in the Val ley of the Tombs of the Kings at Thebes along with the tomb of Thothmes IV which is nearly 4000 years old thRobbed byJohnI was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and daybvmo up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the improvementweeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave of another themOnlystores County Court E C Million was appoiuted ndminis trator of the estate of Mary J Roberts deceased and gave W B Smith and R R liurnam as sureties v J T Berry L O Shearer and John Taylor were appointed to appraise the property of Mary J Roberts deceased K C Cable was appointed overseer of Road No IU3 J A Winburn presented his commission as notary Public signed by Gov Beckham took the oath etc John W Moores wasappoiutcd guardian for Effie King minor aged fifteen years Inspection Costs Nothisg 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 interesting to show and inspection costs nothing tf L E LANE A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backt rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in bothmen and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two month V treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 029 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by nil druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K HEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear- 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 using iI 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 7jiu ly JonxA RIDDEL Paper tor Farmers Qnlyjournalportiouof 110 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 trialRtliree months for 10 cents in stamps The paper is published every Thursday and contains ably edited departments for agrlcultiiiists stockmen and raisers of poultry Mrs R AT Owen is amone the contributors tp the poultry department She is the best authority on poultry raising in the South and her articles alone are worth the fulUsnb ecrlpiion price of the paper Write for a sample copy Address The Kentucky Farmer KentuckyBy willbothJwselltprice is for old as well ns new subscribers when payment aaade in advance Address all orders totbe CLIMAX BithmontlKentuckyi 1 lb4D ircnulaoLaxativeo remedy tljit cnfra n cold In oue day =H Whither are we Drifting While the President is in the Yellowstone p rkthepeo ple tOsv1nn the park belongs to be barred from visit g jts interesting sections The time may come whn thev will be driven off the streets when he passes eityThatnd Gerfnany when royalty ventures abroad Buffalb Courier Edward S Glasscock of Harrisburg 111 who pre BigFourrecently has been given a pass for himself and family over the entire system for a period of ninetynine years s a reward This country invented the parlor sleeping and dining cars the pressed steel freight car many of the bestfeatures of the automatic coupler and a host of related devices and it runs the fastest longdis tance trains 70 CURE A COLD IS ONE DAY ake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets ll druggists refund the monoy Hit fails to curt E W Groves signature a on etch box 25 cents At Dundee Scotland a soldier of the Black Watch seeing a woman whose baby was perishing with cold gave her his kilt The woman was ar rested for being in possession of it but was subsequent 3 discharged Under local option three fourths of the population of Texas has voted the counties in which they live dry You am cordially invited to visit the Kid me nd Carriage Works where awaits your inspection the largest and most beautiful line of vehicles ever brought to a Kentucky town We were compeled to buy these goods in carload lots in order to make the rt niarkably lew prices that now prevail The grehteit opportunity of getting e beet vehicle that workmanship can roduce at prices that nn inferior make would cost you elsewhere now awaits you at our shop S L MIDKIFF tf Proprietor f+ 4 + CALL ATn + + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Occnloc Saritoja Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St rpNothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNSiFJl For KtoNsIMPTIoNF OLDS B A Perfect g Cure Pricesee For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free 2Smi1 WeaK HeartsAre ot every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicateIhadsionuchtrouble fcmMCIIlhsKodol jMgcsts What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles oily trialdiePrepared by E O DeWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas Half Rates TO Pew Orleans and Return Via QG8t C Route April1l 19Q3Ifor patjticulars tt lae5 rT Nei s a A an Return Via U O D r sceDtRo tt TiJets on sale May gunda of sale with prlvi leIf extension Ask TJ eb Aentor Par ticmars a IrA prominent club woman Mrs Dan rforthof St Joseph Mich tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E Pinkhamts Vegetable Compound DEAR MRs PTNKHAM Life looks dark indeed when a Tvomaa feels that her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being restored Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb The words sounded like a knell to me I felt that my sun had set but Lydia 13 Pinldmms Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of life it restored the lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to me For four months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and strength I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its useMns FLORENCE DABTOHTJT 1007 Miles Ave St Joseph Mich A medicine that has restored so many women to health and can produce proof of the fact must be regarded with respect This is the record of Lydia E Pinldmms Vegetable Compound which cannot be equalled by any other medicine the world has ever pro duced Here is another case 5000 Mexico and DEAR MRS P yeais I was troubled with falling of the womb irregular and painful leucorrhosa tearing down pains backache headache dizty0and- fainting spells and stomach trouble I doctored for about five years but did 1 not seem to improve I began the of your 7 medicine and have taken seven bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams three of Blood Purifier and also uned the Sanative Wash and Liver Pills and am now enjoying good health and have gained tin flesh thank you very much for what you 6I done for me and heartily recom your medicine to suffering r women Miss EMMA SXYDER 218 East Center St Marion Ohio FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN Women would savotimo and much sickness if they would write to Mrs Pinkham for advice as soon as any symptoms appear It is free and has put thousands of women on the right roal to recovery Mrs Pinkham never violates the confidence thus entrusted to her and although she publishes thousands of from women who have been benefited by her advice and medicine never in her has she published such a letter without the full consent and often by special request of the writer FORFEITwe cannot forthwith produce the original letters and slillturea of above which trill prove their eoiutO genuinenets Lydia Eo Plnliham HeUicln XJTUJ HAM Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates to CALIFORNIAAnd the Northwest t Daily to June IS Only line running through personally conducted Sleepers Louisville to New Texas msirurFor menstruation use Vegetable Compound all MEDICAL distressing testimonials all experience eo 1903 excursion California Arizona LRO Special Lw One way and Ronndtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and 7 exas One Fare to New Orleans and Return May I to 4 inclusive cireularsOrleans and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Interest You H Certainly we can Every farmer and housekeeper in Madi win county will need something in our line To tbe farmer we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators And other implements necessary to the cultivation of nil crops and to the housekeeper call atttentiou to our lineof lodStad ILaxv ss SvAVvfcYxv Queevi CooVXu SQJS 1 J And other kitchen funniture Our lineof Hard ware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish We the1 goods you must have and willInterest you if you will call and get our prices beforePlacing orders for anything in tins line We are also ageiits for the celebrated tteKOr 3af Ja O which is the finest and most durable wagon Dn the andGutteringdepJirtmentCallyou an everlasting friend and customer 4 TAYLOR c BTD L R 13 I antoii- J j DEALER IN Goal Feed Salt San4im L Cement Plaster Hairs Eb Corner Main anilt zttispri i 1 T1oi rI 20 20 per cent can be saved by buying your can save you the advance in prices and the freight WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR one in this any other town OUR LINE OF Is complete We carry the Disc Plow only perfect DIsc Plow made Its Is The Wheat Drill that will you Tin Gutterin 2nd pairing done by 20 PERCENT OFON Chattanooga Made Right Right STOVES Runs I Triumph something investigate Roofing promptly experienced workmen PER CENTOFF ON STOVES ii Webought tireat Majestic Rang FleattESurecan HARDWARE farming Implement Arbuckle Simmon IMY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys o r t t I or is pi to Re SKINSf7 ia For further address General Passenger Agent Chicago iAIrsdwolreLa1Ie ONLY LU4ETOTHE FAJ1IIUSEALI7125IIAQTS Si ttiuntintmitrrn QUEENSJUBILEE TOILET CASE Right information TsUur1TrufffirTifffifiTftfffflTI Containing 100 Useful Articles We want to introduce these remedies of outs We couldntafford to give aw sric1a fine present if we werent sure that youijlmld be pleased with our medicines that you woul always use them and tell your friends of themi 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 TJ S Army and Navy Tablets which are the best for indigestion constipation and liver trouble or 25c for a package of our wonderful Kilkold Tablets we will send either of these remedies postpaid along with this handsome presents which is worth many times the price you pay for the medicine alone absolutely FREE Meyers Medicine Co 260266 West Broadway New York