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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iTH RICHMOND CL11 GLUME 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 29 1903 NUMBER 49 flJOOKOUThas come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store filled Jtha 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 OUR lothing Shoes and Hats Bought direct from the factories and placed on sale at unheard of low prices tl e have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying G Jln Entire New Stock rm re were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line t 7e 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 Respectflully lACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets IeoME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cheapness o n t be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the pst j ods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound gt ical but we have the goods Here are a few articles lry knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box easMDons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c aV spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each rivt aud forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c IV itve now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc hat w are offering at astonishingly low prices You should ill trexamine these goods before making a purchase In ibr to i close out ou- rSAne 01 SVvvrts ak Gee cr- e r v offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at20c Jumpers 9urJ 25i Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of Synr Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar ass you cannot afford to pass us rliE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery IAIN STREET RICHMOND KY o e Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of A0 Ainite Coal7 t ++ +N NNNO+ +Ni+ PN1NN Ht NNN t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i J t grate without any attention Jf Jf +NF++ 11 + + + N++++N t++ V J l Autumn Opening Sale of e FURNITTJRELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer genuinebargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits 2 Dining Room and s Kitchen Furniture I iaUyinvitestore their headquarters i We Mmt a y L please Our success depends upon it and therea sonable prices at which everything useful offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing neatly done and the newest mouldings always carried JOSdOEDLIN rhone u 47 Undertaking a Specialty ar RICHMOND t KY GojW Evans Jr = Emb liner i II Court of Claims Continued from Supplement nOD NO SOw JI SCUDDEB OVEKSEDR Combs C B 1 50 Edwards Ben 100 Scudder Stone 1 50 Goodloe Jim 1 CQ Cain Newberry 1 Roberson R T 150 Edwards Geo 1 50 Edwards Joss 1 50 Kalor Jim 150 Winburn Albert ISO Combs R 225 Kalor Charles 1 50 Combs VB 75 Grider W U 50 Norris Younger r 50 Brock W S 1 50 Brock Oliver 75 Kalor John 1 50 Giuter G W 225 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say red blood also comes From the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all 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 rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work seed fpr free sample SCOTT SOWNK Cicmlits C9S5 Pearl Street New York JOCoae4reoi all droggbu I THE OLD RELIABLE air H bJUu G POWDER Absiohately Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ROAD xo 80Jom MURPHY OVERSEEII Roberts W S CO Lamb Tom liO Owen so Roberts L jo Campbell Major tio Murphey John r0 Fife John O ROAD NO SST M OLDIIAM OVERSEER Oldham T M 410 Noland Jim 1 50 ROAD NO 89 PLEAS BENTON OVERSEER Parke J W 110 Benton Pleas 3 EOAD So 91V3r WILLIAMS OVERSEES McCormic Ed 1 50 Williams Toe Gentry Leland 1 50 Bronaugh Charlie 150 Canter Charlie l 50 Williams Abe l 50 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Walton Pearl f i 159 Denny James 150 Woolry Jno F 150 Adams John 1 60 Adams Wm i 60 Adams T W 1 50 Warford E B 1 50 Rose Howard 1 50 Woolry Sel 1 50 Ruble Bud i 50 Rose Sarve j 50 Rose WT 150 Carpenter AVm 1 50 Winkler Vp 75 WinklerTom 1 5u Todd Charlie 75 Denny James 1 E8 Winkler Franks 156 Lakes John 1 to HudatinJamet 150 Carpenter A J 160 Adams A J 460 Young Squire i 160 Winkler we f 76 Foot HB j 160 ROAD NO 134Jt A HEIMOtC eVUMW Sandlln Jolla 1 50 Collins Win 156 ContlWti Irt pwgP iU THE 1UJsY BEE CASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Men We Want To Talk To emsSpecial Attention Called to our on of our It is all eat of all all will be a us WI coTIDayIsold in 12 o r z THE IDEAL TONIC MO RECONSTRUCTIVE Heres Lila and Strength in Every Drop A scientific of the constituents of PRIME and PURE OLD Louijrille Ky January 22 tgor MEAT MALT CO Louisville Malt with its and node of I anstate that it is an efficient nerre and blood tonic It excites the appetite ant Invigorates digestion and is beneficial in nervous prostration and all wih debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Lout rrille College of MEAT A MALT CV Louisville Id We see that It B L Cos customers hUve made him put In a big stock of Ranges They try to get whatjpeijple will have tf Laurk S Webb t Womans Deme erotic CtabH ofl Northern tttele I tlrtHed the jaaseof life which wa fjt approach Ig noticed of l and de Wed to try a tot tic I I same relief the- fiat math so I taking tt for three haM sow menitruate wHh M pars MIl I take It off and A new until I have the clinwx Female weak tess disordered menses falling i the womb and do not wear off of now an I avoid the trou his Wise of Ci rdui never fails to a soft woman of any ae Wine f Cardul JUs Webb w silo was c me tothpehange Mrs mean more to does now But yottm y now avoid thai Qf We believe that if every man in Richmond was a clothing expertif every man in Richmond knew the positive facts in the casethat every man in Richmond would come to us to get his clothing Each weekwe will publish a little argument on this subject This argument is directed To The Man Who To Dress Buy the best is the essence of true economy Good clothing is cheaper clothing no matter what the respective may be We sell the best clothing that can be made see note below aud the 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 it wjll retain its long after the average garment will be a mere bundle of wrinkles and bagginess NOTE When a man buy a suit from us he gets the Best World made by Schloss Bros C Co of Bal timore All garments this label THIS LABEL r copoTSoe SUPllloritJ is LADIES WAITING ROOM the balcony store room free for Ladies to come and enjoy Bring your dinners and them here kinds furnished you and comfortable nice place to wait Come and see Very JSeven Minion boxes past months This Signature essential BEEF MALT composition manufacture especially Pharmacy Millers Mrs Wine Ktptea bund oiferiaa Crdut benefit relieved than poor same bear OROARETS- Wholesaie Drapers GDararta tee 1Cures on box 25c l5 OT work 131rg We Print Everything MEAT MALT combination GentlemenIlaTlngestminedyourMeatand Shackelford TkePreJ changeof int1an- gerWOOnjOu buthanIt Dmggistsli weeks Wants Economically prices prices moneyand shapeliness Clothinginthe Accommodations respectfully every fob A LAR6E VARIETY of goods is here waiting your inspection and ap provals We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a s ss Pa2 j PPP rPerfect Fit AND Perfect Finish assIf you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Tailors z J L Watson820 N Upper r Lexington J Ky The Biggest Offering Ever Made In Seasonable Dress Goods- No store ever presented an offering in Seasonable Merchandise to match ThousandsofFabrics have ever been made They are the seasons reigning favoritesFrench WoolCrepoNavy and Light Blues Cream andBlack Values 185 and 150 at S1 CO Black Dress Goods of Correct Weave DressGoodsRich Lace Trimmings 1 Elegant Dress Trimmings FabricsatNew Spring Costumes for Women An elaborate sbowinfiof all the new ideas Our Garments were never so toproducetail at 1250 1650 and up Etamiiie Suits from 15 up J- J GLOVES jt Our1KidGlovesmadefromseleotedskinwbite black and all tho M es TvQclasp Kid Gloves fitted to the hand in perfect sly e L00Dressartist Madame Walker a very superior designsAye oreery J L WATSON1820 North Upper LEXINGTON KY The Folks UpWillow Creek n Shirts for Everybody We have enough and theyre allof the right kind5 and for all sorts of occa sions from business to full dress Theyre CluettPeabodyshirtsCluett Monarch another way of saying good shirts that fit Collars to go on them neckties to go on the collars and all sorts of good furnishings 1 he Richmond Climax J O CIIENAUTPreBidentA D MILLER Manager ROUT S CROWS Editor WEDNESDAY APU 29 1903 PUBLISUKUIVErY WKDNIC3DAY B- YThe Climax Printing Gob Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J 11 BENTON 7OfClark County POll COMMON ABALTHS ATTORNEY lION n A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT OLEnE ROY C WHITE- 7lnnouncenzeflts FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Dttoeerattc party We are authorized to announce D C QRIOaSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison ii Mtr IlUbfKt to the action of the Demo cratic party W are autfaoHud to announce N B JONES candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Ion COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE We are authorized to anncunce the name of UrT T HBDQER of Scott county aaa candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture subject to the action of the Democratic party Primary May 9 190 FOR STATE TREASURER We are authorized to announce HENRY M HOS WORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Treasurer subject to the of the Democratic party primary May 9 1803 ITS a mighty cold day when some member of the Roosevelt family is rot iwraded bolero the public With Ted Ijr as the star performer in the wild and wooly west Miss Alice is holding the boards to the full limit in Wash lU ton and elsewhere One day the southern triumphs of tho debonaire daughter of the president are ex ploited another day comes the story of how she pocketed a cool sgl the re butt of live bets in a single afternoon at the races again elm is billed as the star performer at Baltimore house party of the Vanderbilts Depews etc Nice girl as she undoubtedly is yet were the not the daughter ot tho president she would not attract a tithe of the attention that any one of a score of prettier and smarter girls right here in this Town of beautiful maidens would were they to parade before the public away from home Cynthiana Times Amen Thesame can be said here too She couldnt bold a light to some of our maidens were she not Teddys daughter CI F1BroerCoL LEXINGTON KY iare showing a beautiful line of GoGoris and Baby Buggies Our third importation this spring 1 j They are made of fine close woven reed upholstered in all the new coverings with parsols to match Enamelled gear rubber tire steel wheels Ranging in price from 350 to2 I MroroCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTONp I beIrace for State Auditor He is an Eighth District Democrat and of course will be handsomely remembered by the voters of Boyle andadjoiningcounties Mr Chenault has made tim best Insurance Commissioner that the State has ever had and iI inrnsted with the office of Auditor will make a most effi ent official A vote cast for him will e for the good of the Democratic party Danville News Another case of say what you think and get whipped has recently oc curred in Paducah when ConjresB man Charles K Wheeler and editor James F Wilhelm engaged in a fistfight This is an age of free thought and all such which will do alright so long as it is not published Let it ap pear in the columns of our weekly papers and there is sure to be a licking UNDER the laws of Iowa a railroad passenger who sticks his head out of a car window and has it knocked off by a switch bar is guilty of a misdemeanor and can be sent to jail for misdemeanor says the Winchester Democrat And tinder the laws of Missouri a newspa per man caught with S1000 in his pos session is obliged to tell where he got it or go to jail TilE discovery of ten prehistoric hn man skeletons near Ilopkinsville each with an empty mug beside it proves that the Kentucky brand of civilization has existed in Kentucky much longer than science has Fiipposed Danville Advocate For the styles in wall paper see Perry Thomas 1903 The New Fashion Period 1903 In its inception and design it differs markedly from the accepted models of any previous period Progress may be noted constantly bettervrard from the time when dress designers aimed rather to display the dress that to en hance the beauty and grace of its wearer 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 wtarer Now 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 fe male form that anything which de stoys comfort must destroy beauty And that is the simple reason why Mrs M Love who has charge of the dressmaking department at Kaufman Straus Co is meeting itith 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 ol fit and style They are marked by that corIrectnessessential to the well dressed woman Kaufman Straus Co 12 and 14 West Main St LexingtonTcy respect fully invite you to pay Mrs Love a visit and should you leave an order for a new gown it will be both a revelation and a pleasure The Kaufman Straus Co spring stocks of every kind of Dry Goods and wearing apparel for women are complete and present by large odds the completes showing in this section of tho country VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Manager W E Chase of the South CincinnatiTuesdlY Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt OnbUlllneBE iilota farm of about 40 acres lastSundaytendant Emmet Martin of Sanger Clark EGoinsIeturnedfromWilraoru Iojtides tobaeighteen foot rise last Thursday had riseTuesdaylogs Time booms are full of togs at arebeingback water covers the bottom lands You are cordially invited to visit tho Richmond Carriage Works where awaits your inspection the largest and most beautiful line of vehicles ever brought to a Kentucky town We were compelled to buy these goods in carload lots in order to make jhe re markably low prices that now prevail etUngtheproduce at prices that aninferol make would cost you elsowhere jiw Its you at our shop S L MIDEZP tf i PIOprMIr i i it- Cn i I Looks Like A Winner = Henry B worth of Fayette County Candidate Fo State Treasurer Henry M Bosworth exSheriff of Fayette county candidate for State Treasurer is the man who at the head of his deputies marched into the trainb at Lexington and in the face of and W S Tailors assassinssoldiers dragged out Caleb Powers and Capt Davis and landed them in jail Then with rare magnanimity refused the re- Ward of 1500 for their arrest offered by the martyred Wm Goebels brothers Henry Bosworth the lion hearted iron nerved exsheriff of Favette coun tYIis a candidate for State Treasurer Mr Bosworth is a time tried Democrat an 18 karat Democrat He was an intimate friend of Kentuckys martyred Goyernor William Goebel who always selected him as a leader in times which were full of trouble and clear heads and firm bands were needed- If devotion to Democratic principles if loyalty to Democratic leaders if courage to perform duty without re ward at tho risk of life deserves sue cess then truly ought Henry Bosworth to receive the vote of every Democrat When the fair name of our dear old Commonwealth was assailed when anarchy was trampled under foot and Republicanism was dominant through military despotism and assassination no man showed greater love and solicitude for his State and his party than lId Henry Bosworth Read the pages of political history of Kentucky and no where will you flrd a more shining example of bravery and manhood tiau the page which re cord4 the capture of Caleb Powers by Sos wo rUt Mr Bosworth is a manof education and high ideal he goes before the peo pie of Kentucky with a record that is clean as a star and asks the Dem ocrats to consider him upon hisrecord as a flawless Democrat and a true Ken tuckianThe compliment to Mr Bos worth from one of the leading Demo cratic papers of Kentucky is a true appreciation of Mr Bosworth as it man patriot and a Democrat Such notices from all over the State makes assurance doubly sure that lieu ry Bosworth the honest incorruptible man who has always served his party in darkest as well as brightest hours will be the next State Treasurer Ordinary household accidents have no terrors when theresa bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil in the medicine chest Heals burns cuts bruises sprains Instant relief 1m- Hon John TL Henirfct Withdraws From The Race For The Democratic Gnbematoiial Nomination Hon John K Hendrick in the fol lowing signed statement to the public issued Monday formally announces his withdrawal from time race for the Democratic nomination for Governor- I am no longer a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor After consulting with a large number of my friends today in the city of Louisville and after long and mature deliberation it was decided that I could not win as the time allotted for a cant vas of the State was too short to with even a reasonable per cent of the Democratic yoters Up to the present I have been enabled to canvass less than forty counties of the one hundred and nineteen counties of the State and on the eve of the primary I realize that It is impossible to confer with or present by candidacy to oven onethird of the members of my party On account of the friendVwho haze so generously supported uie 1 regret exceedingly by the necessity which impels me to this step but I do not de sire to compete In a hopeless contest or do anything that will further embitter the already strained cdnditions ot the Democracy of the State I have been devoted to the interest of my party since I attained my majority and 1 am willing now to sacrifice my personal ambition for harmony in the party that I aerioualy believe stands as the solo representative of the plain people of our great country To those who have so generously proffered me their support I desire to return my most grateful acknowledg meats and I beg to assure those who have questioned my Democracy that I stand ready now to follow my partys flag to the last ditch Signed JohN K HEXDBICE Louisville Ky April 20 1003 Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot enrThereand that is by constitutional remedies conditloninflamedimperfect hearing and when it Is entirety closed deafness Is the result and unless the inflammation can ba taken out and this tube restored tolls nor hestroyednothingbutcons Eoriiiccs DollnrsforHallsOatarrb OSoldBaUIIYlPilkufe i1M MIt Il l TS Ho E S tI v Qt tto SPECIAL I i tH+++ + Dont Paint your house until you get prices from Peiry Thomas on all kinds of paints intoigconsumption and death Watch the lineSrupDan II 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 public with lodging and meals Reasonable rates Would appreciate your patronage 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 D B Shackelford Co have contracted witn the Miller R F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county If Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D CIIENAULT mhlStf Tenill iy A lazy liver makes alazy man Bur dock Blood Bitters is the natural nev er failing remedy for ajazy liver lm You can purchase a road cart or buggy at the Richmond Carriage Works at your own price We have them from S30 to SlOO tf S L MIDKIFF Prop We purchased our vehicles to sell and if you will onlcall and t prices we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and customer tf S L MIDRIFF Prop If you buya 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 so but such an occnrence never happens with the Majestic feb 25 4m Arbuckles Simmons Wanted Nonunion compositors permanent positions steady work 12 to 15 a week Piedmont Printing Co 5G Con tral Ave Atlanta Ga TO CURE A COLD IN ONE SAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund time money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents v County Court Notes 0 C Norris wus appointed overseer of road No 58 On motion OHio Barnes was appointed Deputy Constable of Kirkeville district No7 to succeed Frank Tussey resigned The Administrator of the estate of Elbridge Harvey deceased filed sale bill t T J Jones filed bond as treasurer of school district No 21 with J II Jones and SC Johns as sureties Sanford Oldbam administrator of the estate of Lloyd Quisenbury filed final settlement Rebecca Truett qualified as guardian of Weston Roland and Pythian Rose minor children appeared in court and took the prescribed oath with J W Moore as surety Land and Stock Sales W S Deatherdge sold J G Norris seventy head of sheep at fo Dave McCord sold to John F Wagers thirtyfive 200pound hogs at 6 Mr AtV Merrill of the Richmond Water and Light Company recently purchased two handsome black Nor mans for the use of the company in in this city They Were exhibitedon the streets Thursday nedwere pro nounced las good as any ever brought hero Winchester courtv J A Ramsey reports about 600 cat tle on the market Good 850lb steers brought 5c lint CaOlb good steers 5c 0 head 7u01b steers 4Jcl lot S501b steers 4Jc 600lb yearling steers 21 each 20 5001b steers 25 each best heifers 41 lighter heifer 3f to Be lighter small heifers 11 each 20 400111 heifers 51O5 each OOOlb cows 3c some lOOOlb springers 31 some 7001b springers 20 Several sales of hogs at 0 to GJc Mt Sterling Court The Advocate says A small bunch of cattle only about 400 head on the market Trade was slow except in heifers they were brisk and high The best pound to 1000poundsteers sold at 475 lo 400 yearlings at 41 to 5 cents heifers at 375 to 425 cows 3 to 3 cents bullB- at SJ to 4 cents A bunch of 120pound mountain shoats sod atSG10 A good crowd at tho pens anti a Jew cattle were left over at night Mules were brisk and prices were higher While there were no heavy mules for sale some good 15 hand mules sold at175 to 18- 5iaPdrnulce5J atlfOto l75 15 hand mute at 1125 to 140 J A lOpJS directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats ar jed the Main street butchers The mail or- iierbusiness of this firm has growh to such propor Ijions that we are now making a specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is j slaughterjnlyured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect ijatisf action We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Mutter Egg3 and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market ffords Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky = FLOUR = Where are you going my pretty maid To purchase hour 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 he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Ellistofl Mill Company Phone J663 WACO KY g Wool Carding in Season e- WaD Paper Just 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 gle roll We cordially invite all who are going to have papering done tocallandinspectourstock before 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 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 Perry Successors to W G White Next door to Madison Natl Bank 217 Main Street Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you arc passing our store never mlid whether you think you want to buy anything or not You may be Wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always have something new and inter esting to show and inspection costs nothing tf L R LASE Makes a Clean Sweap Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Oi all the salves you ever heard of Buckliins Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures burns sores bruises cuts boils ulcers skin eruptions and piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by all druggist lm A Thing the Past Friday will be the first day of May an occasion that in days gone by was looked forward to with untold pleasure A fairy spot in some woodland was selected and all went out to make glad Mayday A queen of May was crowned and thou they danced around the Maypole AB time goes on cus toms chacgeand we never hear now of celebrating the first day of May Opt n Session Last night the Odd Fellows Hull was a brilliant scene the occasion being an open session of the Rebnkas which cel ebrated the 84th anniversary of Odd fellowship Thu whole building was used lilA upper part being devoted to ppeech making while delightful refreshments wer served the invited guests on the stage of the opera house The house was most artistically decor ated for the occasion which was much enjoyed by all piesent Madison Institute Notes Dr J J Reynolds of Flomingsburg whcsa daughter Miss Adaline is in Madison IiiBlitnt visited at the school latelyDr U L Taylcr of Columbia Mrs McGarveys father who has been at the Institute for the Ilast ten days has returned home Miss Elizabeth Scott who recently made a flying isit to her home in Fleming county returned to school MondayProf McGarvey will Rive another il lustrated lecture on his travels in the Orient in the chapel next Tuesday night at half past ijeven oclock These lectures are very instructive and are greatly lIjllhy the students Friends of IheEchool in Richmond and vicinity aro welcotoe on the payment of a small aclmisjfan tee- The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by President J W McGarvey Sr of I xingtoU on Sunday May 21 in the hristlan cl rch On the follow ing Monday and jlnesday nights the music recitals wjjl be given In the chapel of the Institute to which the public ia invited 1 n Wednesday night a beautiful and charming operetta will be given at tit Grnd Opera House by the students and iin Thursday morn jug the commencement exercises will be given in the GfcHstian church be ginning at Itt ocljjck There will be nine graduates year and the ad dress will be ivuii jy Mr R E7 Moss of Maysville who as the reputation of being one qf tio inest orators in the State Itwa Mr tfos who several years ago while B dent in Kentucky University tok l ii first prize in the Kentucky State of orical contest and also in the jnjerSf te oratorical conk test held in Texas and those who littea td him eremay expect t- ehsrithtwc b hearing It Thomas KIRKSVILLE The Berea exchange will put in four more phones here this week Mr Ed Moore of Secrest College visited his parents last Sunday at Wal nut Flat Kirksville is going to have street lamps so we will not be in darkness any longer Dr Mart Box ley has returned from a HopklnsvilleMiss Susie Merriman returned to Paint Lick Tuesday much to the regret of her Klrksville friends Mr W P Prewitt is on the sick list again He cant let the grip loose and it will not let him loose Miss Lottie FarrIs who is teaching a select school at Whites Station is the guest of her mother here Miss Lula Tyler Gates will lecture at subjectMrsMr Grover Ross lost a fine saddle mare at the Secrest Normal the other day She was found dead nfter school The Willing Workers will give an en tertainment at Shepherds Hall on the night of April 30 for the benefit of the Presbyterian church Dr and Mrs Durham of Bryants villa were the guests of friends here over Sunday All were delighted to see them again as they formerly resid ed hote Dr and Mrs I B Oldham left Satur brotherinto Philadelphia where Dr Oldham expects to attend a course of lectures in a medical college The enterprising citizens of Kirksville and vicinity have decided to hold a stock fair this year and have decided on the date July 17 and 18 Time fair will be held in Mr M F Arbucklea weeds Mr W L Brown the popular drum men was here on his regular trip last week He is the oldest travelinKsales- man on this route nub been coming havingmissed Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 1M miles from rail road station and postoffice Excellent improvements all in grass welt wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 tf Red HousoKy 1D T S FIRM liverybusiness I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving PianosFurniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at all times Elmer Parrishr successor to LjTnas Parrlsb Cor Third Irrinq FhottK RKHNOND KY lli c LADIES MUSLIN T UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with 5footxuffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of inj sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies kirt deep flounce or 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 sieeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies DrawersLadies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric rnffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks 49c Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25 to 99c Underwearfull sizes guaranteed to Yours respectfully IcorMa2nf18N MCKEERICHMOND KENTUCKY J Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 WaIler Bennett 4 Joe S Boggs 5NBCoy 6 D M Chenanlt f7 G W Gates 8 0 W Hisle 9 John D Harrisc10 T H hiatt CvV 11 U G Harris vii12 W R Letchor Jr i 13 J C Lackey I i 14 DavidA McCord bf 5 15 Henrv Perry jIi18 M B Stagner v V 19 Judge Nll Turpin 20 Engene Todd 21 Mrsfi P Wallers Time above list is the number of Majestic ranges we have sold in tho last ten months If you are not one of that list we want to make you one this year SURE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp like other ranger and will will cook with onehalf tho fuel you are now using Call at Majestic Headquarters and examine the Best Range you ever saw Alt UCKLE SIMMONS Folks Up Willow Creekat the Grand tonight OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5 it u jUSSt250 5 bottles 3 2 jugs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky 99c99c 49c90c 25c99c rk R H Humphreys J 3 Having bought Higgins putF r YOUito call tJltott IR H Humphreys PHONE NO 31 A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a ca we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors to Also a complete line Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring we LacesSilks ai White Uihsonz Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY ELDERSl 8 1 BA aAJIY STORE J We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goodste Prettiest line of White Gods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinery tJ ever shown in ttys citySCaIIan inspect inline and be convinced that v e can save you money 00 rm 4 c1111113 I y vResbctfuHy Stihitted to the Cash Trade 4 ILL ELDER r atau Wttt 5rd2 11 4 jflSAS PBKCISCT NO 19 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Woodson 1 20 Stapp Jas I 20 Wilbur 1 20 ShDanulesAgue Arnod 60 AD xo 14 NELSON NEWBY OVERSEER Newby Asher 1 SO Long Wiley 80 Lot rY Will 1 60 dee John 150 Lowry Nelson 1 50 Winburn A B 1 50 Rodus James 1 fQ Baker Merritt 1 50 Bogie Brutus 1 Albert Prather John 1 20 Agee Alpha 1 otts Brntus r 1 Winburn John l0 Short Dave 1 60 Masters Ambrose 1 20 Long John 80 ewby Nelson 1 50 76Agee Isaac 80 76Co11i1teVince SO 40 Clark Willie 40 ROAD NO 15 HENRY WHITAKEB OVER BEERRBogie D T 1 TflamesCottiiigin Steve 1 30 h John 80 Laud Tom 80 Long Wiley SO Newby H rmou 1 50 Rhodes Richard 40 Roberts R L 150 Sparks George 1 Turner Charlie 1 50 Taylor Steve 1 50 Whitaker Henry 7 50 150 50Willard 1 60 ROAD NO ltlA J MILLION OVEBSEEB Tudor R E 75 Million S S 75 Hendren D S 00 Shelby 1 60 Clark Felix 1 50 50EERMalear Alfred 1 50 Lowry James 1 12 75jJohn 75 505oMillion A J 300 75JoROAD NO 2IDf Jj HADEN OVERSEE Jenkins Rufus 50 Newby Green 1 25 Twiue Wm 1 25 June 1 25 Dargavel Tom 50 GoLrytiasJohn 1 25 Geo 1 25 60 Haden II L 2 75 Millions W 75 Talton 76 Newby Marion 75 Roan NO 23J B TEBBILL OVERSEER 50JoMaupin 1 Baker Bob 1 50QBenge 60 Burdett Ed 75 7540oI 60 40Bove 2 50 Terrill HIS 76 JB 380 n John 160 Evans Pleas 1 50 ROAD NO 25C W DAVIS OVERSEE McQueen James 1601 Lakes C J 150 Davis Bobt 1 50 Lakes J W l 50 Van VlnkJe Jamea 150 Sid 150 Waddle J S 150 Davis John 160 Alexander James 1 50 Powell W M 75 Hobbs Lewis 1 50 Lakes T J 150 VanwinltJ J D 75 Pits Brack 1 50 Davie C W 4 50 ROAD NO 26B F BBATCHEK OVERSEER Noel Mitchell j 150 Turpin Willie 1 50 Johnson Cale 80 Gay Bob 80 Harris Tom 9 SO Mitchell May 300 Bratcher George 1 60 Bratctler B F 1 60 ROAD NO 27G E ANDERSON OVERSEER tt Mack ISO C G 1 60 Burnell Sam 150 Bratcher Wm 1 60 Gabbard Wm 1 60 OggBurnellBickuell John 1 50 Henry 1 50 Wilcox Richard 1 60 Thacker Oscar 1 60 Gabbard Hiram 1 50 Anderson Wm 1 50 Hart A C 1 50 Jratcher James 1 50 QwinsDiC 75 Anderson G E 1 50 3 00 ROAD NO 28 JOHN KINDRED OVERSEER Pigg Georgfl 1 50 Witt John 1 50 Mullins Larkin 1 50 earer James 0 1 60 ndred John 3 00 Pigfj Jesse 75 HROROAD NO 8OJ B COBNELISON OVERSEER Tevia George 1 00 Green Jerry ticket lost 1 50 Hocker Charlie 1 50 Woods Sam 1 50 MaaonlHugh 150 Bogga Joe 1 50I roKRowlett J L 1 60 SB SO 1GO50 I 60 Hornsby John v 1 60 Jennings James 1 50 Burton Jack 75 jlienanlt Dock 76 PhelpsZena 75 Lucas F W Vo Cornelison J B 9 00 ROAD NO 33W J CROW OVERSEER Crow W J 4 Horace ichardson Peter 1 Geo ribble Dud 160 Dozier U B 350 King Ide 50 ROAD xo 37W F PART OVERSEER Adams Pritchitt KOAD 0 NO 39 FAVETTE VAUGHN OVERSEER Parks Elihu 50 16tt50 ennett 1 50 Shearer Jno D li 50 John 150 Sam 1 50 Martin Wm 1 50 Simpson Silas 1 50 Lewis 1 BO Moore J J 300 John 3 Vaughn Fayette 4 Marshall 1 Farris Stephen 1 25 ROAD NO 4OI W COYLE OVERSEE Coyle I W 4 50 Blythe C H 120 Tom 40 Burnam Alex 1 60 Denny Isaac 1 50 CriglerD C 1 50 Davis Jeff 1 Dalton Tom 150 Moore Chas 1 60 Miller Smith 150 Walter Irvine 1 50 Willis Howard 1 Vaughn Leroy 1 20 Curry 1 20 Galloway Gran 80 Herd John 1 50 ROAD N0411Y H JACKSON OVEBSEEB Elkin T E 1 50 Moore P 1 50 Ramsey Charlie 1 50 Walker Sinkler 1 50 Cochran Henry 1 50 Ballard Fred 1 50 White Tom 1 50 Newland Dan 1 60 50JJBnniell Jasper 1 50 Jackson W H 150 ROAD NO 42 ENDS DAVIS OVERSEE Davis Enoa 1 50 Maupin Sornev 1 50 Davis Enos 3 00 Cleveland 1 50 Vaughn Lewis 1 60 James 1 50 Jobnson Joe l 60 Todd Johu 50 Ferris Mike 75 Eimore John 1 50 Farris Lewis 75 Maupin Wm 76 Mitchell Toni 75 Danielq Tom Vo Walker Spencer 1 50 Walker Jason 75 David ELO 1500 ROAD NO 43BEERY C TuDOR OVERSEER White Wm 1 60 Anderson Tom 75 Dillard 1 50 Wilson Jno A 1 60 Ballew Matt 1 50 U Tom 1 6D Matt Jr l 60 Watson Joe 1 50 Tom 150 Todd W A 1 60 Moore Wm r 50 Tudor Shelby C rMM 4 60 ROAD No 44J T Bonou OVKBSEER Chaste J GA 1 50 a A M e 150 Franklin Charlie 160 Dunson George 1 50 Stewart R 160 Pattiford Willis 160 Den ham Jerry 70 Kindred H C 1 50 Baugh J F 1 60 ROAD NO 46T W TAYLOR OVERSEES John 1 60 TOin UZRAl 60 1 50 Mason Sam 1 60 Anderson Charlie 1 60 Van Winkle Wesley 3 00 loberson Dock 1 60 Goodloe George 1 50 White Irvine 1 60 Burnam Bill 1 b0 White Charlie 1 60 Diggs Bill 1 50 Bogye Arch 1 60 Bowlin Mark 2 25 Hnlett James 80 WilliamsJason 1 50 Hutson James 80 Hester James 1 50 Vaughn Dock SO Taylor T W 1 50 AD NO 48E B WALLACE OVERSEER Anderson W 0 1 60 Asher Wm 1 50 McWhorterE O 1 50 Cade J 1 60 Bowlin Bud 1 5C Weaver Wm Jr 1 60 Bodkin Robt 1 50 dkin Lewis 1 60 irby Jess 1 50 Grant Eb 1 50 Grant Walter 1 50 Rutherford Joe 1 50 Estridge Felix 1 50 Pitta B 150 Carter Ivo v 1 50 Denny Henry 1 50 Bogl a Arch 1 Wallace Urider 1 Boian Ollie 3 00 Wyatt US 3 00 ROAD NO 52JAS W DURHAM OVERSEER 50b0117b0 0 Dunson W H SO Young Frank 150 Baker John 1 50- Dunson Robt 1 50 50IBallard Berlin SO Collins J H 80 Durham B H 1 60 Hulett Elias 1 60 Durham James 3 50 Welch Nathan 1 50 Allcorn DC 1 50 Harriet T 150 ROAD NO 53VAP n FOSTER OVERSEERI 12jFoster V B 1 12 Taylor John 1 12 Taylor George 76 Dozier Albert 1 12 Rucker John 76 Mundy Brutus 1 12 Chenault Jeptha 1 12 Martin Harry 1 12 ERb01 Rena W W 1 Church Brown 1 Miller Boss 1 50 50c03 00 Tudor V K 1 50 Holly Brutus 40- ROAD NO 56 V B BENTON OVERSEER Gi 7den Wm 2 Powell Elmer Gentry Goo Hensley John t McGee Wm Runyon Sid Benton VB b0 ROAD NO 60 FOUNT WINKLER OVEE9 Holly Chris 1 50 Yates Win 1 50 Collins Harvey 1 50 Holly Mack 1 60 Crows Jerry 1 60 Combs Jeff 150 Bibbs Robt 1 60 Bybee Lewis 160 Baber George 1 50 Winkler Wnt 1 50 Chenault H 4 00 Winkler F 4 50 ROAD NO 62BEN TUDOR OVEBSEEB Lone James 1 50 Tudor Price 1 50 Tudor Jesse J5G Tudor Ben 460 Crow D L 150 Fife Charlie 112 Whitaker Wm i 76 Reagan John 1 12 Roberson John 75 Griggs DC 76 Turner Wm f 75 Taylor Speed 1 60 Brock Cbas i 60- JVhitaker J M 1 60 Emmett J 37 ROAD NO 63 JAME3 PEARSON OVERSEER Peyton OB 1 6- 0FrltsDDl5Pearson James 4 60 Pearson MI 1 50 Middleton John 1 60 160Emb Mi11IO1 Tom 15a 5jOTurnerTurner Rafe i 75 Barnes N 75 Willis Jim 76 ROAD x005Biro LONG OVERSEER Pond Jamea 150 160SmithLong Bill 75 Prather George 160 Long JJud 160 McKiliney June 3 00 BOAD fOe 67 ALBZIIT DUNCAN OVERSEER Salle Wm l 50- Bailee Joe 1 50 Winbtlrn Ed 1 60 Bogie Squire 1 lie Howard Alvin 1 b0 Long Albert 150 Sanders Finley l 50 Taylor Jim 1 50 Ham Jno A I50 Moberley Sam r Collini Jim 3 olHoward Arthur 160 Howaid Fred 1 50 Collim Wm M l 60 Masters Joe 1 50 Duncan Albert 3 00 ROAD NO G9JOE DAVIS OVERSEER Smith Austin 2 00 Simpson Dan 2 00 Mny Melvin 160 Vincent Caperton 80 Chandler Burt 2 00- Murpliey Howard l 5u- Murpliey Charlie 2 00 Chandler Newton 1 50 Chandler J A 3 Chandler Tom 1 60 00TeaterjTOAD NO 70w M TEATER OVERSEER Snldel W M 1 60 Tudor W M 150 Hill Wm 150 bob0Teater Robt 2 25 Murphy John 1 50 Ward Alfred 1 60 Warron Irvin 1 50 Hill JO 160 Hill Cap 1 50IMasters Charlie 1 60 Vincent Cape 1 60 Murphy Morris 3 00 u w 1b0 Owens David l 50 Masters Ira l 50 Reynolds Harvey 1 50 Hendren J O 1 60 Teater James 1 50 Land Owen lmTeater Robt 75 Teater W M 3 00 Estna Squire 160 Teats A F 1 50 ROAD NO 74J T RICE OVERSEER Smith Morgan 1 60 White Derrltt 1 50 Gilbert Spebd 1 50 Massie Dan 1 50 Gently Earnest 1 60 Climb J K 1 60 Kavanangh Arch 1 50 Ballew Wallace 1 60 Ballew John 160 Ballew John Jr 1 60 Rice Bush 4 BO Rice Clark 150 Berryman Charlie 1 50 150b050J1 50 RoAD NO 76HARRY DUNCAN OVERSEER Baker Curtis 1 50 Bates S B i l 50 White Jarrett 1 50 Carpenter Tom 120 1202b1507b1207b1207b150JPhelps V 160 80EERDS 160 Duncan Harry 4 60 ROAD NO 76 SUTLER DUNN OVERSEER Shelton Tom 150 Tnrpin Haden 1 50 Turpin Price 1 60 Ford Bob 1 60 Buptid Enoch 1 50 Baber Bufna 1 50 Keen Jim r60 Ford Mark 1 50 Barr Abraham 1 10 Powell Perry 3 nn Keen Haden f 76 Keen Cyrus 76 Olds W T 150 Dann Butler 150 Dixon Charlie 1 50 Ford John loO Louis 150- BOADxo78A D MOKINNEY OVERsEER Brooks James 118 Brooks Charleston 75 6JThODjpkinaEM 50 Hamilton Lucian J 60 Martin E 150 McKinney AD 450 Continued on first page of paper d Under local option three fourths of the population of Teas has voted the counties in yjhich they live udry ISupplement RJCHMQND CLI MAX Supplement f 4 MADISON COUNTY f J Court Of Claims The following is a list of Claims allowed since the May Term of said Court J902 to be paid out of the County Levy for the year 1903 and the same is hereby certified for publication this March 23 1903 Adams J W account 1650- J W 1516 J W pike work 7231 j w a 437 00- h J W 1000 Adams A Jlniuber 1850 Adams Ed Epike work 250 AbneyFjanl 24 00 h 16 50 7 00 2600 Allcorn DO pike work 05 Anderson W 0 pike work 123 00 Alvereon Arch 7 18 h h h 441 06 o 11 25 i 7 28 t 71 Ir 10 55 8851 Arbuckle Simmons acct 97 60 AzblllJ W acct 301 Berry J T expsneeto Franklort 20 00 Berry J R services as justice 27 00 Berry J R supervising pikes 37 50 Bogie D T services as Justice 27001 D T supervising pikes D T account 25 50 Bennett Waller election com 20 OC Benton Wm J act as supervisor 19 50 Ballard John net as supervisor 2150 Blanton Ij R coal account 9 09 LpY 52 50 IR 1350 Bolton W H account 10 75 Buckner Jack fumigating 6 00 Burnell AW road workr 100 RrookshireW W lumber 2 25 Bplin Norj pike work 35 00 u 56 00 Baker Joe 250 BushJohn 10 00 Bowling James pike work 56 00 Bush J G pike work 500 J 0 23 00 S p II 00 Berryman Jas pike work 33 00 il 41 00 Boulware R pikework 15 00 Bicknell Early pike work 11 56 Brown W F 7750 Burton Fred 41 23 tt 103 50 Bolton Fish 31580 Bogie Jno 0 i 3940 Bybee Jas L 26 70 Brockman E E 17 95 Blanton WL 43 39 Ballew Wm 20 27 Bicknell John 8 00 Blakeman Ii Williams pike work 96 15 Brown R S lumber 2 20 Bates Woo funlialil1g 200 Beattyville Cold Ct act 7 00 Bailey Dr S small pox claim 120 00 Bearwallow k drootsville pike Co 2500 00 County Judge salary 1000 00 pauper land 1200 00 J supervising pikes 18 75 Attorney salary 1000 00 office rent 125 00 J super slng pikes 18 75 County Superintendent salary 1000 Oft to buy books 100 00 Coy Collins service as Justice 27 00 supervising pikes 75 00 cuiuuiitteeman 6 00 City of Richmond stable rent for 1903 160 00 Cox Jeff i bupervisor act 2250 Cobb Jesse supervisor clerk 2250 fee bill 386 23 recd 3 T setts 50 00 U certifying claims 150 00 waiting on fiscal court 72 00 Gru teller W L bridge on pike 50 00 Clark John small pox guard 4950 Cotton Nat B tublis ai PH 5 00 Chenault Harvey road work 3 00 Collins TB act 20 80 Carpeuter A C pike work 72 00 Chambers John pike work 4500 15 63 Chenault Ben 2100 03- Castell D road work 3 Cotton Charles road cork j 44 00 May J T pike work 110 25 Clark AkiUIs pike w irk 145 Coy Newby pike work 32 50 Cox Bolin pike work 4 50 Christian W Co coal act 32 5C J Cornelison W G pile work V i4 00 W G pike wsrk 2043 W G pike work 6 70 Cornelison Bud pike jvork 125 CO Church Reiia pike jock 19 07 Church Ifaua pike Work 22 00 Collins Wm pike work ioo 00 pike work v Cobb C W ant 4576- Oovinuton Arnold Bro act 8 35 IobaHact t 210 00 C iris V J pike work 168 14 Uovington Banks actl 4 55 Caree A E lumber 9 90 Climax Ptp Co ballots etc 157 96 CobbJ Tevis ltr 22430 Colyer H H exsberHsettlet- nent i 1048 75 Dykes J D services as Justice 27 00 DykesJ Dcommitteeman 6 00 Deatherage N Bi supervisors account 2l 50 Duncan J S bridge work 11 25 Dunn W D pike work 14 00 W D pike work 14 00- II W D pike work 12 00 W D 113 VD 12- 9VD 235 W D 412 W D 562 W DU 110 W D 134 Dunbar W F pike work 202 Douglas Bush 2 10 Duncan J W pike work 17 80 Douglas Prather pike work 28 Davis Jno D pike work 69 0 D pike work 83 Denny George lumber 6 51 Douglas Alfred act 5 00 Dunn Dr M small pox act 120 00 Dillingham H B armory rent 36 00 Eades 0 Ppike work 15 68 C P pike work 14 90- C Ppike work 15 00- Efites S G like work 278 51- Eades Wilson pike work 6 60- Estill Sally for support 10 00 Freeman ESbrd pike work 9 16 Freeman Effbrd pike work 22 50 75 la 6oo1 Feed for mules for 1903 100 oo Fetters Goo G binding books 9 00 Freeman Jack Coal Co 14 00 Fletcher W C pike work 104 50 WC 306 25 WOII 23725- II V 0 a u 7200 W C 7275 Fupet Wm act t 6o Ford Henry pike work IS 50 pike work 7 00 Ford H H pike work 24 50 H H pike work 26 50 T M pike work 450 Fish Mrs A T pike work 62 50 Mrs A T pike work 124 45 Mrs A T pike work 100 00 Mrs A T pike work 130 00 Mrs A T pike work 100 00 i Mrs A T pike work 45 60 Mrs A T pike work 160 00 Mis A T pike work 80 00 Farris Steve pike work 40 00 Fowler J M pike work 211 00 J M pike work 148 85 J M pike work 41 30 J M pile work 101 32 J M pike work 150 50 J M pike work 136 02 J M pike work 21 87 Fletcher James pike work 5 10 Fouch Tlios pike work 95 Fitzgerald McCarty steam heat for jail 650 00 Fowler James road work 50 Fletcher Ski Kobt pike work 285 50 Gay Jno L Justice etc 1902 40 50 Guards for jail prisoners 900 00 Griggs W C nails 63- Uriggs C L pike work 17 50 liiiggsJ W pike work 39 Ou liinter G W pike work 3 50 iiilbert Perry pike work ifl 25- Guynn Ralston pike work 12500 bson Garlaud iiike Will k 73 Uoodloe J Jt pike work 3 00 Gentry J V pike work t 4 05 Golden Wm pike work 65 00 Gibson Dr W M small pox act 130 00 Gentry Bud road work 1 60 Gentry Ham road work 1 50 louse A J lumbnr 18 5i WIA J pike work 120 00 A J 153 Huff Jolin keeping pauper 10 00 Harrison M L M Payne to P H 2 25- tlemlren Ocaronerod rock 7 CO Iliuilt y W S clerk elecif n coin 5 00 lladen M L J supervisors act 19 60 iii gins C F coal act 7 O Hill James pike work 21 65 Hardin V W act 35 20 Howe H C three coili us 900 lendrert J ill act 7 30 Hill James pike work 1213 MJU 2900 Uudeon Daniel pike work 225 Hellard Wm 2400 s 154 u 20 01 6 a20 ttC a 2000u 1610 0 20 Cli Ho insworth Wm pike work 11 00 Howe Walter pike work 8 30 Harvey Burt 16 OC Harrison Jefl rondo 160 Harvoy Squire pike work 9 80 Harris Root 20 00 Henderson L R rent of stable 48 00 Interest on refunding bonds 4480 00 turnpike bonds 3250 00 Irnperiall rush Co act 25 50 Infirmary Pattie A Clay 800 00 Johnson V A services as Justice 27 00 1 W A supervising pikes 37 50 toplin JoB act ly 80 I nckson A E pike wprk 14 al JpttWm I 1100 jShelby etc pike work 504 Johnson Calvin pike wprt 81 00 JerikfrirEd7 o u 650 Jackson Bonny 35 0o r t 8 00 12 60 38 00 II 3000 121iO 13 00 Jones J M two coffin acts 15 20 Ienkin Bros act 8 40 Jones O B small pox guard 49 501 Ky Register act 10 50 Ky printing 410 Kelly B act 36 00 Keller John pike work 112 00 Kelly John pike work 6 75 Robt road work 12 00 Kirby J B pike work 150 Lackey J C keeping prisoners 1120 94 J C 1334 2C J C waiting on court 167 60 II J C 197 50 J C lumber by Clouse 151 77 II J C liverv bill 19 50 Lane S H services as Justice 27 00 S A supervising pikes 87 50 Lunstord Jas services as Justict 18 00 supervising pikes 37 50 Lane LE attention to clock 1903 50 00 Leeds W L act 5 00 Lyons Wilson act 4 49 Lan ford Craig pike work 16 00 Locklin Dan and Bro pike work 68 19 u u 205 00 II II U LiJ99 00 a 20 00 Luxon B H coal act 7 50 Lain Wm pike work 10 00 Lain June 22 50 Lain M C 22 00 Lynch Jas 8 25 L A R R sinking fund lfiOO 00 Luusford Bnrrett pike work 2000 24 00 II 10 00- II 1000 20 00 o 2 25 10 00 l II 27 00 1000 O 00- 1U 00 II 15 00 i1 10 00 1509rLi I UQ Lunsford Claude H 00 2100 1200 Lonry Waller 8 OS Lackey Hamilton act I 95 Lanham John for support 25 00 Letcher Witt coal act 79 4i 2070 5845 L 25 Morton Jno P etc act in full 133 80 Mobcrly T J act 270 Mooro C A gravel 2 50 Million Wm pike work 4 25 Martin Wm II 12 Oft I u 186 II 70 Mitchell May pike work 27 0 Mitchell Xoel 85 Maupin Robt 25 10 37 181N i 20I II 10 1 la Mason Thos 3 51 Million BE 3U H E road machine 2JO BE 32661 Moberly John pike work 59 50 Maiipiu Joe W tmryjiig horse 3 5- 1I1dkiff S L act 6043 Million Lyniaii moving hors 2 0 Moore J W act 10 Middelloii B L art 30 Murphy John old roml receipt 561 Masters J W rock etc 10 51 dyers D H lumber act 67 9 McCarthy J J plumbing act 15 00 McKiunev J W pike work 2 50 Jlv 42 McHone Harris pike work 12 00 McBride John plk work 207 7ii 6 51i 501lcGulreMcKee Owen act 26 50 Nolands Creek Pike appropria lion 2liOO 00 Oldham Sant j supervisors act 22 50 Oldham W S act 232 30 ONeil T O measuring rock 8 00 O g Isaac pike work 62 62 Oldham W D act 36 80 Oldham Jon pike work 3 95 i county judge order s0 Poff Thos pike work 3 450 Poor House recvr salary 50 00 fund 80 O keeper salary 2W1 OU matron 75 u0 Prather J W act W 70 Porter W H pike work 190 00 WH 280 00 W H 7300 WH 76 00 U W d 15000 W H 23000 W Hi 100 00 W H 6000 Perkins Calvin pike work 16 30 501rPowers M B pike work r 55 00 i M Bpike work 50 00 Perry Thomasact Kbi act 8 qo Payne Alex pike work 10 00 ll 9 I6 00 U r 10 00 u u 15 II 800 500 Parish Lyman hauling rock 15 00 Parks Wm road work 150 Plckels G W act F 81 Parish S surveying 15 00 Poyntz J M small pox act 66 30 Phelps George pike work Pauper practice in 7 districts 210 00 Pine Grove and Boonesborough pike one mile 1250 00 Quarterly court jurors 1903 20 00 Reed Wm Ed Harris poor house 2 00 Richmond W L Co water 1903 240 00 Rich Electric P Co lighting jail 129 52 Rich Electric P Co lighting court house 93 17 Rice Charlie lumber act 110 55 Richmond and Lancaster pike judgment 5000 00 Roberts Allen pike work 27 50 27 50 ii n 100 00 Rupard Enoch 1400 uike work 15 60 Reeves H K pike work 22 60 H K pike work 43 25 Wm pike work 7 00 Roberson John pike work C 06 Rowlett James pike work 8 25 pike work 8 60 Ray James pike work 17 00 Richardson H K pike work 78 S7 H Ko 57 O H Ki 2475 HK 1700 II H K I 00 Rhodus W M pike work liB 00 Roberts P B 12 Rhodus Bently 9 13 Rena Lawrence pike work 6 O0 Ramsey Wnri 400 Raden Walter 15 ti 69 ba Richmond Cemetery Co graves 16 00 Rice Arnold act 22 fiO Robtrson B R two coffins 8 00 Richmond Nat Bank B M pike extension 602 fj- Reed Ben pike work 21 00 Rice Clark and John repairing bridge 500 Sheppard Geo B act 6 00 Samuels O D 15 inquests 90 00 Smith Wm M W Tudor to poorhouse I 00 Southern Lumber Co act 2 00 Stouffer J B act 7 95 Shuckelford D B act 55 83 Stockton Hagan act 20 G Stockton R C act 9 05 Scudder S W pike work 3197 Schooler Roy Sti 10 Schooler Fair 103 35 Singer George 67 Stnpp Jno S 13910 Sandtrs Clayton pike work 152 89 Stevens George 5 ti Stevens R A 25 00 Ro 3700 Srnithn Lee act 10 Stagner Lewis pike work 76 00 Soper Crutcher 1 50 Smoot Dr C E jail practice 1903 25 00 Scu Icier J W poor house prac tice 1903 93 00 Speedwell and Kingston pike five eights of a mile 7812 Tenter Fletcher rock fence taken 10 00 todd R W 3 lumber acts 26 81 Terrill R B election comr 20 00 Thomas Euoa shovels 1 30 Taylor James small pox guard 49 50 Todd Dudley lumber 1 80 Toomy Vm pike work 10 00 Taylor J B 82 70 Todd ltSun C- lIuIl RV 177- 0titusLeah 30 TIISV Mat 43 60 Todd John X 1 151 10 Taylor Emmett pike watt 155 Taylor Lyuaau 40 00 IO a10 CC 2500 38 so Teater d Collins 207 00 Terrill Ello 11 2It u y 11 00 Tnrpiu George 222 65 Turpiu Haden 4510 ThorpeS II fee bill 17 30 tiH fee bill Buxly case 49 00 Purpiu Miss Alary H issuing vouchers 100 00 Iurnpike Sinking fund 500 00 Tailor Brosnct 101 7J Taylor Gideon rock quarry 50 W fussy Frapk bridge work 1 00 Tntupleuiau Miss S M steno grapher 28 00 Voting places tiC for 1903 160 00 Van Winkle W N moved tree 4 50 EI10 00 Van Winkle JV E Berige to- poor house 3 00 Vlite G D expense to Frank fort 2000 White G D J supervisors act 2o b0 jVeaver Al help build house 10 00 WtivrLAact 100 Williams Thus services Justice Z1 00 supervising pike 37 50 agersJno F election comr 20 00 yf bite Gibson act 30 00 Uiitnker R A L Masters to poor house 200 OQtuUaceSalem w 600 VJinesEOact 1610 YilliamaLem pike work i 3500 1428 40OO 7 Woolry John Wrenn Wm MfWhite Thos Wells C T Whicker J L J L J L il Watts J W Woods Wm t Willging G M at Walker Wmlnad wjrk West W H nails Williams D J euiirWilliams n H pi ki workIH H Wharton M F ad Yates Will dilJlin graveI Yates Chas piko Ari C A Taylor judge W H Smith Jr judge John Taylor IIIrk M Lackey sheriff tEST KSI PiE INn so J H Kennedy judie H C Hargis judge G G Prewitt cirk i W R Khackelford sheriff UXIVKB81TY PKECIXit i ED Ballard judge jWW R Letcher sheriff RAT END PRECIKCT s94 L T Wilson judge jE1 J W Maupin sheriff ELECTION OFFICERS FR- t COURT HOUSB PBETIN sit C A Taylor judge W H Smith Jr judge t John Taylor clerk M Lackey sheriff WaiT END PUCTXCI so i J H Kennedy judge H C Hargis judge G G Prewitt clerk W R Shackelford sheriff USIVR I1Y PRECINI S- oE D Ball ard judpr W T Gricgs judge W NenleBennett clerk W R Letcher sheriff EAST BSD PBICISC s 1 L T Wilson judge W C Fielder judge E S Wiggins clerk J W Maupin sheriff CUZNAtiLT PltEClxn Sftj B J Clay judge J S White judge a L N Neale clerk HH WIlliams abed r PUREST HILL MtECISi r v Wm Aeher judge H W R Haden judge Sam Bennett clerk i Morgan Taylor sheriff i I C too H 40 200 400 400 400 400 200 400 r 200 400 200 400 200 4D0 HO 400 WHITK HALL nMCISlT SU E C Burl juhe i J S Minter judge Henry Forbes clerk Jno W Shearer sheriff MCCKKABV rmciNd so s J RDunbar judge J W Reed clerk IJ M Risk clerk aJake Shearer sheriff TIPTOKrMCIXCTN G W Ginter judge Younger Norris judge J W Lewis clerk C B Combs sheriff KAVAXATJOil PRE iaCT Sf C Norrts judge A S Noland judge W H Miller clerk T J McKinney sheriff WACO PRECINCT sI1- W T Fielder judge J E Cornelison judge 4e- tI T Bybee clerk W C Terrill sheriff BRASSFIELD PRECINCT James Combs judge J Me Hendren judge N G Todd clerk s H B Duncan sheriff t BEARWALLOW PUHCISCT SI Owen Lakes judge Anderson Lakes judge 2 L D Sandlin clerk W C Lewis sheriff KINGSTON PBECIXCT SO 14 000JG W Young judge Luther Todd clerk t W Boulware sheriff BLUE LICK PRECINCT SO J5 J C Armstrong judge 2 A J Wilson judge T Hazlewood clerk John Johnson sheriff BKBEA PKEOtSCT SO 16 J M Early judge 4 J L Gay judge TJ Orhornp clerk o OJotg sheriff CLAY PRECINCT 017 M Lanstman judge iO 2 ID Goodloe judge IWCoyleclerk W 0 Anderson sheriff DUaCAVNox0 PRECINCT NO 19 JBWhite judge JCilasoiijudge SBo2rrst lerk HMSamueussheriff 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 line pont to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicle Anting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction e eaTT1 t1t 3cYLs pjjj4E232 e r t S 1To rasa Bros SECOND STREET PhONE FRESH firoceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet flourI UchmondiimaxI I trjft have been such weather as l a prompted Tennyson to write iEfs the pring a taller crimson comes upon the r Vns breast the sr ng the wanton lapwing gets him se if another crest tie s rme a livlier Iris changes on the rnjshed dove te firing the young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love a orpet to see that swell line of paper shown by Perry t Thomas Pin II Breck Fire Life and Acer Insurance Office in Oldham- jng apr S lOt Mr Milwnrd Brown and family dived from Fifth street to Mrs u Hoods residence on Main Best on earth or anywhere else rot Blend coffee Fraba Bros Phone 1C5 l total receipts for the Grand- a at Cincinnati last week amount fM 830 50 Majestic Ranges v Arbuckle Simmons A Harrodsburg correspondent made lion of an old bachelor who had sver been married How strange The Miller Range people tell us if c stomer telephones us they tlo note the Miller Range for us to send a ar n for it and refund the money for c are guaranteed from end to end tf D n Sliackelford Co- T e preliminaryof Caldwell High 1 will be held tomorrow night at- iirand Opera House when repre yes will be chosen to go to the Ka ijrass Tournament in Alt Sterling 1 Have your old vehicle repainted u J cr w rubber tires to take the place f t od wornout steel tires you are sinand you will have a new n unce for spring and summer I chiDOud Carriage Works will do it w r I at prices that will astonish ou Suisfaction guaranteed I S L MIDRIFF Prop Iie ollowiug is an amendment to Ira nance pissed by tho City Council nUlh 6 1903 and published on lar 13 1903 viz V1 ing in the foregoing ordinance ba i construed s as to repeal or the ordinances now in force as JRtrls yards and herding stock or- he fur sale on the streets D R Tevis Attest Mayor C Wells City Clerk p i71TH3 venty per cent ofaU successful the great cities arefarmers sons rjhnuiestead with its traditions Is w isweep its cornhusking its It lId vllrit experiences will never e f gotten Jf you would recall them ndIT them over again do not fail- e hank Davidton in The Folks pI a ow Creek Look at the pump 15 g filling amidst he fodder shocks genuinerr ii Uraml April 29 See Perry Thomas before buying your wall paper Buy you girl a shower stick it LE Lane 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the lirst one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think we can perfectRangemade feb 26 4m Arbuckle Simmons Watch Found A watch was left at the State Bank Trust Co one day last week Owner paylugaty Property for Site Mr E B Hume will offer his resi SaturdayMayopportunity for any one desiring a nice home tf Taking School Ct mns Prof IL H Brock rand Prof John Noland began last week to take the eity school census From present in dications it seems that there will be a large increase over last years census Thi Royal Arcanum Mr G E Duffleld of Pittsburg De puty Supreme Regent of the Royal Ar canum one of the strongest fraternal orders in the country has been in the city lor several days working up a coon of that order here Attention Elks There will be an initiation followed by a social session at the lodge rooms on Friday evening All the members corIArrestea tor Selling Whiskey Join Carr colored who runs a small establishment at the corner of Irvine and B streets was arrested Monday morning on a charge of illegal sale of whiskey lBs examining trial will be held today New Bator The new confectioneiy and bakery at the corner of Hallie Irvine and Or ange streets has been opened anti your patronage is solicited Fresh bread fresh cakes fresh vegetablesand fresh fish always on hand Mrs H Zeiman Hallie Irvine and Orange st tf Estray- A black male hog weight about 175 pounds came to my place about three weeks ggo and has since been cared for by the undersigned Owner can have same by paying charges Jas Pearson apr22 2t Richmond Ky Base Ball at Berea Kentucky University defeated Berea College on the latters grounds Saturday afternoon in in a hotly contested game The score was 9 to 7 The chief feature of the giime was the pilchinJ of Worth Yancey of the Lexington team Jones K Us catcher was absent and Mont gomery held down Yanceys shoots Given tour Years Each George and Albert Shepherdof Boonea Gap were tried in the circui court on two charges of housebreaking and were given two years each In both cases They were charged with haying entered the L ft N depot at Fort Estill and taking a case of shoes and other merchandise Stockholders Meeting The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Richmond Water and Light Company will be held at the office of the President in tho Stale Bank and Trust Cos building in Rich mond Ky at 3 olock p m on Wed nesday May 13 1903 J A SULLIVAN President R E TOBIEY Secretary 2t Public Sale Mr E B Hume will on Saturday May ICth at 2 oclock p m offer to public sale his elegant residence in the West End This property is one of tho most desirable in the city contain ing as it does a house of six rooms equipped with all modern conveniences a stable and all necessary outbuildings Let every one remember tho date and attend the sale A fine chance to procure a nice home tf 0 e J E Deatherage Co Potatoes j it We have just received a caT load ofJ I3Sweet Potatoes which we desire Jclose out at once A J JEarly Ohio Burbank JI t EarIy RosetA 1 eer ss J tJ1 ijEbES t F E Deatherage CoL d i IiI x Honey to Loan Interestor over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCIIEH JR apr 156100 Richmond Ky A fatilMtake countyattompted f1mwhichrested and held over in 500wbond to circuit court on a charge of involun tary manslaughter lIe was formerly from this county New Trial Ordttd The court of appeals has reversed the decision of the Estill circuit court ngainstthe wasIndictedfrom office for allowing a prisoner to go Jenerallibertieswas an error in the trial court and or ders a new trial How Capital May be Interested Rev T DeWitt Talmage said A newspaper whose columns overflow with the advertisements of businessmen has more influence in attracting attention to and bniding up a city or canbois business Capital and labor will lo cate where there is enterprising community No power on earth is so strong to build up a town as a newspaper well patronized and this power should be appreciated Ala= Organized On last Fraday afternoon a number 111gbSchipolciation There have been about forty pupils to finish school there but some are away and were unable to attend Mrs C D Miller who was hr tIme first presidentMissMise Lillian Bybee treasurer Preparations are being made to havchan ele gant banquet during the High School commencementfairAssociation Orfaniird The Kirksville Fair Association ws organized last Wednesday at which time the following officers were elected President T J Curtis First Vice Pres ident M F Arbuckle Second Vice President Shelby Jeti Third Vice President Collins Coy Treasurer Dr D1 Fry Secretary Walker Tevis As sistant Secretary J B Walker The directors arer William Arbuckle Er nest Woods T J Coy Joe Long Dr I B Oldham Robert Duerson and J P Simmons The fair will be hold in Mr M F Arbucklos woods near time old SaturdayJulyA Growing Business B F Harris sold last Saturday to the Power Grocery Co the brick warehouse on Fourth street directly oppo site their wholesale grocery The Power Grocery Co has been occupying this building several years as a broom factory It is uuderstvod that they will at once remodel the building and in ad dition to increasing the capacity of their broom factory will put in an up todate coffee roasting plant which they find necessary in order to supply their large and increasing trade on roasted coffees The two buildings owned and occupied by The Power floorIsquare feetKentuckian Citizen Notice to Contractors Sealed proposals will be received at the office of 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 onequarter of a mile or more at the option of the bidder The profile and specifications can be seen at County Judges office The successful bidder will be required to furnish good bond for faithtul compliance with the contract Signed N B TwsriN apr223t J M C O For Broiling Purposes peoplethink ing they must have coal or charcoal As a matter of fact with Gas Fuel broil ing can be done more quickly satis factorily and econ micoally than in any other way You not only get immediate action but the hot gas flame quickly sears time surface and retains the natural juices and flavors instead of allowingthem to escape as in us ing coal or charcoal You wouldenjoy a good Gas Range See the Water Light Co tf A Happy Reunion An informal but impressive family anniversary was in the gathering of the Walker family to celebrate in a quiet way the eightysecond anniver sary ot Mrs Ann Walker at the real hence of Mr David Geiger on Tuesday the 21st The families of eleven children four tons and seven daughters representing justly the most highly esteemed citizenship of county and State were present at the reunion Probably in all time exalted womanhood of Kentucky whose intelligence and grace has bn11 blessing to those about them and beyond them for half century past none have more venerat ed record in affection and esteem tuna the subject ol this sketch At an age when physical strength and intellect ual faculties have abated in the strong est Mrs Walkers vigor of mind and body is the marvel of those who know her A bountiful and elegantly served dinner prepared by the youngest of the family Mrs Geiger was heartily enjoyed by all and after the gathering to the family worship later the grateful memorial was fittingly concluded Lancaster Record At The Grand Opera House Everyone knows Prank Davidson and lila company they are frequent and welcome visitors and always give a good clean honest entertainment You run no risk in securing tickets lot their appearance they aRrays give rat ue received Their new pJayrfhe Folks up Willow Creek is an intense ly interesting comedy and its many strongjcharactera give ample cbanco for ndivj ull effort A good company h- iagtplay cannot fall tt produce a- goU 1Ow At the Grand Opera House April 29 Come and see the heaviest the best and time most complete Range in tho market Tho Miller You will find plenty ot theta that have been in use in this city for fifteen y arB tf D B Hhaokefford Co I rAfter Ihem ntripcoln counties in the interest of H ji MrJbeKennedy ill e theStateAn Eye to Business An editor in a neighboring town ie kisSedbythe town He promised to tell time name in the first issue of his paper ulationtoleavoHonored Old Age Monday marked the 85th annivena ry dftho birthLof Capt P P Ballard He has through all these years bem closely identified with Richmond and Madison county and today as old ss he If he is a most familiar figure on our streets stepping around moro IelIvely than many younger persot Helms held responsible positions in enjosthelIe is the father of eight living child ron and has numerous grand children and greatgrandchildren We wiiitj Captain Ballard many more returns of bisanniversary day Coning to KlrksyiUe Mrs Lulu Tyler Gates of Chicago will boat Shepherds Hall Kirksville on the night of May 9 her subject be- Ing Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch Prof H L Willetts of Chicago Uni totally who delivered a course of lectures in this city last year says oCher I have had recently the privilege ol hearing Luu Tyler Gates in dramatic readings which I find among the mot interesting of the kind I have ever listened to Mrs Gates is a youiig woman of fine presence excellent voice and impressive manner with tu ample appreciation of the tasks she ui dertakes at d possessed withal of time ability to give an adequate and artistic interpretation of the selections she reads Y MCA Notes Messrs E Deatheroge R E Turler C R Boucher J R Bush and R F Hutchcson went to College Hill Sun day afternoon to conduct tho mere meeting at that place After the services 14 young men expressed their willingness to join the association these The new association will be organized tonightSecretary Boucherwas elected preiii of the County Secretaries Convention which met at Versailles last week and MIl S Vance of Ilarrodsburg sec retary for the year Provincial Secretary i J Wilkie of Ontario attended the Convention of County Secretaries at Versailles last week for the purpose of studying the Kentucky plan of county work Primary Election Officers The County Democratic Committee met at tne court house Saturday after noon and selected the followingofficers to serve in the Democratic primary on nay Court House C A Taylor sheriff Monroe Lackey clerk H 0 Hazelwcod judge Walter Azbill judge West End Joe Kennedy sheriff Harvey Doug las judge Jas Dozier clerk George Myers judge- University DlI Chenault sheriff D II Breck clerk W R Letcher and Thos Collins judgesEast End- Jennings Manpin sheriff Jno Mcsr shon clerk LT Wilson and Dave Wil cox judges Chenault Harrison Williams sheriff Wal er Chenault clerk C T Fox and Bid linden judges Forrest Hill WI II Kanalzsr sheriff Albert Dozier clerk Elza Cosby andf Morffin Taylor judges White Hall John Shearer sheriff Sant Oldham clerk Alex JJlack and N B Jones judges McCrearyJ Jake Shearer sheriff W U Baxter clerk J R Dunbar Joel Moore judges TitonG W Ginter sheriff C B Combs clerk Wm Hislo and Ibm Mellon judges- Kavanaugh Pleas Benton sheriff A S Nolnnd clerk H C James Boyd Wagers judges Waco Wm Torrill sheriff CL L Seacy clerk Joe Myers M W Miller judges Brass field J W Howard sheriff Ollie Powell clerk James Combs H D Rayburn judges Bear Wallow Anderson Lakes sheriff Cam Lews clerk Tip Glossip W C Winkler judgesKingston Bean Allen sheriff Horace Beatty clerk IL W Boulware Brack Manpin judges lilno Lick John Johnson sheriff Bev Terra clerk Jack Wilson W A Johnson judges Berea L W Johnson sheriff E T Fish cJerkCI Ogg OCVRhodus juUgw Clay Clay Jones sheriff John Goodlije Jr clerk John S Cade WmTerrin judgesDuncannon Theo Dunn sheriff HM Samuel clerk Jas White May Stagnerjudges Burnam Jno Ballard sheriff J R DavVe clerk LaRue Duerson Sam Cnmpbjli judges levis S A D JonesclerkShelby Jet sheriff Joe Long W T Turner judgtis- Orntcher Thos Douglas simoriffMat Arbuc5e clerk Ed Cornolison 5T J CurCs tjudges tVmTudorsherifIj n clerk D C Grlggs SWMiIl 6 judges Poosoy Edgar Layton sheriff Times Wari n clerk Dee PrewUt John Warren jui te- BiggerstaC TT Jones sheriff JiiLiS6w fe clerk Beverly BroadJus jHaaii9a I lion Judges JI ir 1 T10 FIGHT TO THE FINISH John B Chenault Vehemently Denies That He Will Withdraw From The Race The friends of Hon John B Che nanlt all over the State are Indignant clrcula1tedfrom the race for Auditor Mr Che nault said en Monday Thero is an evident pUrpose on the part of some one with a selfish end to serve to create the impression that I intend to withdraw from time race for State Auditor Thee is absolutely no foundation for title report It was conceived In malice and circulated as part of a delib crate plan to mislead the Democratic voteis and injure my candidacy I have faith enough in tho honesty of the members of my party to believe that they will resent this conspiiacy which furthered by designing politicians seeks to deprive me of the fruits of a wellearned victor- yI have made a courteous earnest fair Buhl My battle has been in tho open I have not sought the aid of a machine nor have I relied on combina la Session The U S Court of the Eastern Ken tucky District convened Monday with Judge A M J Cochran presiding There are 52 caseaon the docket and it will require about five days to conclude time work Quite a number of visitors are present this week including promi nent attorneys jurors and wmtnes- sessRELIG1OUS The ceneral assembly of time Presby terian churches of the United States will be held in San Francisco in May Next Sunday will be quarterly meet cityDrpreach in the morning at 11 oclock and again in the evening at 730 DEATH MUNDAV Misa Sallio Munday aged 84 died in Lexington Sunday of the infirmities incident to old age Time remains were interred at Lexington yesterday She was a sister of the late D C Monday cf this county She leaves many relatives in Madison and Clark countie- sPowzwiMiss Della Powell of Nich olasville died in this city on Monday after an illness of several weeks Strick en with disease while on a visit to her aunt Mrs Ed Powell and all that med ical skill could devise was not suffic ient to ward off the grim reaper She was barely 21 years of age just enter- Ing into the full bloom and beauty of young womanhood Deceased was a daughter of the late Benjamine Powell of Nicholas viile She was attractive and accomplished and exceedingly popular with a largo circle of friends Besides her mother she is survived bj several sisters and brother among whom is Mrs Beacham LacVey of this city Her remains were taken to Nicholasville Monday the interment taking place yesterday SIMMON Mr J B Simpson died at his home near Blue Grass this county last Friday night after only one weeks illness of pneumonia aged about six tyeight years funeral was con ducted Sunday morning at ten oclock by Rev H G Turner after winch his remains were interred in the family burying ground Eleven children are left to mourn his demise amongwhom- are Mesdames W H and W F Park of tlis county A peculiar feature of his death is the fact that he foretold his death Although in perfect health until just a week before he died Mr Simpson hiss said for sometime back that ho would not live until May 1 Deceased was a consistent member of the M E church and was an upright citizen and will be sorely missed not only by his family but by a large circle of friends MATRIMONIAL MODOWELILTJSK This aHernoop at 4 oclock Miss Jane Lusk will be united In marriage to Rev Hervey McDowell at the home of her uncle Mr Stephen Walker in Lancaster The bride is well known here having often visited Mrs George White AKXOLDBUKNSIDE The engagement of Miss Florence Burnside of Point Leavell and Mr J V Arnold of Mid dlesbbro has been announced the wed ding to occur on the 20th of May Miss Burnside Is well known hero wheie sIte has Often visited The Central Record says the wedding will be the leading society event of the spring CmjTciiEtiCnENAULT Yesterday morning at 530Mr James S Crutcher and Miss Margaret Chenault were uni ted in marriage at the homo of the brides grandparents Mr and Mrs H B Dillicgham The ceremony was said by Rev 1 II Reynolds in the presence of only the immediate fami lies This marriage is the culmination of a long and happy courtship Time bride who is the daughter of Mr C D Chenault of Lexington is the old est iu a family of beautilul daughters She has reigned here and throughout the State as a belle and numbers her friends among the old as well as the young Time groom is Ison of Mr and Mrs W L Crutcher and has al ways been a prominent figure in Rich mond society He is one of our most enterprising young business men and is at time head of time firm of J S Crutcher Co of this place The hap py couple left immediately after the ceremony for the Indiana Mineral Springs Kramer Ind where thAY will spend their honeymoon The CLIMAX entends hearty congratulations to Mr and Mrs Crutcher and wishes them bon voyage over lifes matrimonial sea PERSONAL Miss Kate Walker was in Cincinnati last week Miss Dora Neff was In Nicholasville yesterdayMr NMoberly isat home from New York Miss BelleBennetl has returned from Atlanta Ga Mir and Mrs Will Sims of Living ston were here last week Col J W Collier of Somerset is attending court here this week Mr L P Evans has been to Brush Creek on a fishing expedition Mrs Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington has been yelling relatives here Mrs W N Park of West Irvine was a gqest in this city last week Mrs John Coffelder has been visit inein Cincinnati for several days Mr7 Joseph Chenanlt went to Okla homa last week on a business trip Mrs Ida Welch ScOtt of Nicholas ville was here several lays last week Miss Elizabeth Tnrley has been visit lug Miss Edna Bronaugh at Nichols yule Mr Harrison Sirnrall of Lexington attended the CrntcherChenanlt mar riage Mr Ballard II Luzon biw retained horn Cincinnati and other Northern cities j J Miss Margaret heaauit has been eo tertainins J saHhjn Rcgers1ofrLx ington tions with any faction to secure a ma jority that I could not win in a fair copnt at the polls I do not want the office of Auditor honorable though it is uuless it comes to me as a direct re suIt of the unpurchasable support of thopeopleUpon high plane I have made my canvass and I will 60 conductit to the end I am asking the support of the Democrats of Kentucky because I be lieve they are capable of registering their will without suggestions from bosses or ringsters The spirit of lair play is In the heart of every true Ken tuckian and I feel that I will not appeal in vain to the Democratic rank and file when lask for a fair deal and an honest count I have never given the Idea of with drawing a moments thought I am confident I have my race won and I will be a candidate until the final vote is cast Miss Marion Burnam and Miss lIeu sojournInVersaillesimason BroadwayMr Parrishcame up from Ty familyonMr and Mrs James Turner of Nich GjurnerMr IL R Prewitt of Mt Sterling attending herdutiesan attack of grippe Mrs T J Taylor has returned from MattieLongThe condition of Mrs Gilbert Grin stead who is ill with rheumatic fever remains about time same atlmerMr and Mrs Whitney Cobb have theyhaveMiss Mary Newton has returned to visittoMr T D Chenault was able to be in slnlehisCapt Charles Wilson of Mt Sterling and Chief Timmons of Owingsville are attending United States court Miss Annie Hamilton of Estill coun ty is expected the last of tho week to visit her sister Mrs Harry Scnvner Miss Lelia Harris went to Nlcholas ville Monday afternoon to attend limo funeral of her cousin Miss Delle Powell Miss Luxie Ballard entertained with a flinch party on last Wednesday even lug in honor of Miss Mary Traynor of Danville lIttledauJhterof Mr and Mrs J W Zaring at the GlyndonMiss Bennett of Richmond was the guest of Mrs H G Hoffman SterlingDemocrat Mr Gaylon Cox formerly of Irvine but now residing in Denver Colarado writes to have his name put on the CLIMAX list Mr Bland Ballard and family of Danville came up Friday for a few days visit to Mrs WIE Luxon and other relatives Mrs Annie Bales Richmond of Vir ginia has been spending several weeks with her parents Mr rind Mrs White Bales near town Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine en route home from Lexington stopped over last Friday night with her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Messrs B D Gordon and Herman Frasa went to Lexington Monday to see Nat Goo win and Maxine Elliott In An Altar of Friendship Mrs Stanton no Thorpe is at home from the Gibson Infirmary entirely recovered in health much to the pleasure of her family and friends Mrs Nona Cabell returned from Richmond Tuesday Miss Lena Williams left Tuesday morning for RicbmondrColutnbia Spectator Mrs S Parrish who has been visiting in Campbellsville for several weeks returned home last week accompanied by her daughter Mrs Lulie Parrish E L Powell and wife who are well known here will sail on Juno 20 for a three months trip through Europe Mrs Powell is a sister of Mrs C E Smoot of this city Mrs Charles Arnold and little daughter El Louise who have been spend- Ing the past two weeks with Mrs Horace G Turner left Monday for their home in Georgetown Marshall Collins eldest son of MrJ- S Collins of this city has received the appointment to the US Naval nestle my Annapolis He will go to Wash ington on May 20 to stand his entrance examinationMrs Blanton went to Richmond yesterday RevJHervey McDowell of Madison county is here Miss Aleen Burns is home from Richmond She wishes to teach again in the county this year Cynthiana Times Mrs C D Chenault and daughters Sarah and Lucy Ohenault and Martha Shanklin are at Sumners Forest Wood ford county for a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Lewis Johnstone Mr Chenault left Friday for lila trip to Ok lahoma Lexington Leader Mr Louis Smith son of Mr and Mrs William Smith pf Second street expects to leave in a few days for Cincinnati where he will resume his work with the Electric Light Company of that city Louis is an energetic and uprigit man and we wish him abundant success Mr J B S tears of the Jessamine Journal Nicholasville was in the city Monday and while here paid the CLI MAX a pleasant call Mr Stears said that the people of his county would show their appreciation of Hon John BChenault him a rousing vote on May 9 second only to that of their own candidate Hon J Willard MitchellA compliment was the din ner given to Mr John W Rock on the eve of his departure for Cleveland by a number of his gentleman friends It was indeed a worthy tribute to his popularity here Joes was the scene of the and after the repast which was superb In every detail fitting farewell speeches were made Mr Rocks departure dissolved the famous Jubilee Singers of which he was manger rnd promoter Mrs W V Cromwell Mrs J AJ hluguely and Miss Huguely ot Danville were in Lexington Saturday en route home from Richmond where they have been gueots of Mrs James B McCreary Mm McCreary accompanied then to Lexington Miss Emily Richardson who has been in Richmond for six weeks for trained nurses service in time family of Mra Harvey mtManlt wilt io tonight for Isllotvi to Mr and Mrs Lau rence beforb goIng naxt week for a vl H to Wb Unsr W VaLox ington Iteaaocra One of the prettte t affairs of time Jl MOD WM tbl wkhrt p rty OH lst Ft Y Il SUITS THAT FIT RlfiUT ARE OUR PRIDE It kind for or cor of skill our e Thursday evening given by Miss Mol lie Fife to a number of her friends Miss Fife is ran ideal hostess Her home was beautifully decorated The handpainteddesiJIIS the lone hand favors A most spirited Jentiemansgoing to Mr B W Turner A cut glass pitcher the ladieu prize was won by Joplinerb hand mirror Refreshments of substantiate and ices were served the guests who were Messrs and Mes dames Clark Kellogg Jo Joplin Geo Evans Jr D M Chenault B W Tur ner and J D Arbucklo Mesdames Mamie Stockton and Cale Shearer Misses Chenault Trjbble Bright White Shackelford Wagers Parish MoberleyVagersnett and Pickels We on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the now mines that are being operated Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills neany onehalf At the perfectSatisfaction Jellico and other grades Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still in the et 1 tand a share of your We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky Of course every man wants his clothes to A fit right and that next to wearing r qualityJ is our strong point We have exclusive sale of the celebrated SteinBloch r and Kirschbaum clothing clothing thats world famous for perfection of Fit and our great assortment ofsizes adapted to i J every peculiarity of shape enables us to fit fClothesFit Quality and Price tJ Pine Suits 10 and Up 6 GoodSuits 8 andDown i Shoe Satisfaction Too Largest stock of mens and Shoes Jf in county Hanans Florsheim WalkOver Bostonian and other famous 3 brandsevery Sunday dressup workday wear rectly fitted by salesmen experience and Try Shoes BANK8Ic keep Coal Cement solicit patronage Good Warehouse good boys Madison I PhysicalEducation For Ladies and- Gentlemen PhysicalCulture new creature It js for you Well Man as well as for the sick Curtis Adams Physical Director Studio over Crotchets Shoe Store Telephone IZZ 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 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 cte fce Vts Oeo M WilSgln209 West Main Street IT IS r1w i i leTo Your Interest J To calland examine samples of our spring and summer line of Clothing made to your measures Fit and satisfaction guaranteed in every cases Why pay 1000 1200 and 1500 for cheap handmedown suits when you canfor the same price have a suit made to your measure that will fit and hold its shaped Give us a trial and be convinced that we are working for your interest along with our own We are showing 18 different style of Mens Low Shoes 150 to 5 26 different styles of Ladies Low Shoesc 110 to 350 J9 different styles of Ladies Strap Sandals in patent kid patent calland plain kid 90c to 500 ijeE LA ARNOLD main Street Richmond Ky I PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS RVI MILLER ATTOBSBYAILAWiD Office n the Burnam Building next door to armors National Bank feb3ly s rvAN JA ATroRYA RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court HonseTon Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLaw RICHMOND KENTDCK- YrSTOffice over Taylor Bros Stor- eJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUIcsELLOILs AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry 4 Thomas drug store PSYSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oce In tht Dr Hobson building MInStreet 71 CJdSPERMJJ Medicine and Surgery Oce Stouflur Building Main Street rakehone at residence the Cart place on Broadway icnMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic PhysiciansSt- ate Bank 4 Trust dl Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Oradoatea Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL SUEQEET DT atXvi tOnS01 DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE KY 9Offiee next door to Government Building tlMmSad Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 vl7ly oov M Blanton DENTIST CBOEee Ju Bennett Building IJaBly TeLEPHONE 196 DR LiNDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday May 18 1903 Eodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat n ATTENUON We iMtve moved our produce business from the East Eud of Main etroot to the Garnott House toreroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come onr 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 2PtI1V RICHMOND KY =One nueoug Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup B nking on Paint Thepractical painter says you can bank on Pattons Paint because it saves the cost of at least one painting every five years The painter banks on it because it gives him a reputation lPatt3iiBS I Sf1JN ffRfJOF Paint Loiinilb italic Eailroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or gnr LmVenalUesLawrencebnrglShllll aupm For Irvine tam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE EIOnilONQ From tltSJamCincinnatiFrom Irvine nn335rmFrom Millers Creek 830am C M BROWNING Gen Mgr- Vernlllel Ky B A Voolnmr B A Richmond Ky f Stops tho Cough and Works off the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in ono day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE e wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence f1t Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle iSimmons Rchcjond Searcy 4 Hamilton Waco O Finnel Red House J W Masters Valley View J V WhHlock Baldwin John Stapp Newby Burton Kobeits Rutbton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewltt Cottonburg L A Wearren Paint Lick U C McWharter Wallaceton Blckner tEarly Berea JT Coy Kirksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WR 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 glasses not of n very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Armers old stand Ky SOJlIy STANDARD Rotary Shuttle A SunProof Richmond rSewing Machine TADAZD olA2m LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH Two MACHINES IN ONE SewingMaclimes stitch Two machines in one Run as silent astlie ticking of a watch Run onetnird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard G RAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball bearings 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 money We also manufact ure upCallbe convice- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickmond Ky TheStandard Sewing Machine Company 24 W 7th at Cincinnati 0 Sino is made in exact proportionsof the most durable materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is thebest spread ing longest wearing paint and has the most brilliant and lasting colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of 1aint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee Wis jf c FOR SALE BY GBorgeMWiUgiqgif- Wal Paper Paints i GIahs 1 Roberson John 1 50 Powell John 160 Powell Lawrence 1 50 ToddWm 150 TodflJDJck 1 60 Adams Bennett 1 50 Gibbs Jarman 150 Allcorn John 1 50 Allcorn Jim 1 50 MUDdy Zack 1 60 Blevins Clay 1 50 Still Frank 1 50 Powell Abe 3 50 Rogers Charlie 1 60 Allcorn Curt 150 Allcorn Wesley 1 50 Allcorn Jeff 1 50 Keaton Bill i 50 Allcorn Roby 1 50 Jackson George 1 60- MallicoatLeonard 1 60 Todd Joe 150 Mallicoat Scott 1 50 Rogers Ohio 1 50 Gabbard Jim 1 50 Hudson R A 1 50 Phillips Len 150 Williams China 3 00 non SO 135 GE Tvr YOnXG OVEBSEEB Beatty Frank 1 50 Bsatty Horace 75 non NO 137w L NICKEBSOJf OVEBSEEB Todd Dud 1 5o Hudson U D V 1 5o Sparks George 1 60 Miller Emmett 1 5o RoseOW 112 Harris Robt 1 5o Harris Tom 1 5o Yates CollinsiHudson U D Jr 1 5o Nickerson Wm C oo tOAD XO 140 JAMES COMBS OVERSEER Baker John 1 5o Foler Torn 1 50 Golden Roily 1 50 Todd GeorRe 1 50 Hocker Colemau 1 50 Parks Kit 150 Oldham Joe 1 50 Broaldus Jim 1 50 Hocker Bud um Yates Milt 1 50 Reeves Wilson 1 50 Fry Speed 1 50 Mundy John 1 Combs W B 150 Todd Brothers 1 85 Combs SE 150 Combs James 4 60 Combs WG 1 60 RoAD SO 143 MOSES ESTES OVERSEER Estill Henry 1 50 Magor John 150 Phelps Robt 1 50 Bryan t 1 P iso Grnbbs Wm 1 50 Estes Moses 1 50 Moberly RK 3 00 Phelpsl P 1 50 ROD 110144 J W COVIKRTOK OVERSEER Brown Bob 1 50 Covington Wallace 1 50 Daniels Bill 1 50 Covington Ed 1 50 GrayEd iso Gentry John 1 50 Cobb Gale 1 50 Conner WC 80 Watters Charlie 1 50 Yates Eb 1 60 Brown Arch 1 C- OCovinRton J W 1 50 Covln ton Ollie 1 50 Covington B H 3 00 Cephas Joe l 50 Covin ton Quinn 1 50 nOD XO l1IiJ A BAXTER OVERSEEn Horn John 75 Miller Boon 75 Wells Tom 75 Ashcraft Wm j 75 Parrish Ernest 75 Baxter J A 75 Parrish Eugene 75 Tribble John 75 Asbcraft James 75 AsbciaftWm sr 75 Bowman Jesse 75 Anderson John 75 Benton JT J 75 Butler George V 75 Bird A B 75 Vaughn Alex 75 Qulsenbarry C M 75 Johnson Tom 75 Butler Walker 75 ROD xO OA U WELLS OVERSEER Kanatzer Boger 75 Newby Albert l so Newby Elvin i 50 Kelly Woods I l 50 Curry Obe 1 50 Curry Overton l 50 Sowers Charlie 1 50 Sowers Mike 12 Sowers Ross i 12 Relaford Dick isoTatum Samuel i 50 MefTord Dock 75 Thomas Robert 75 Grizard Wm 75 Thomas James 1 50 WlttOscar 1 50 Howard Thomas v 1 50 Fairish Frank J 50 Jackson Granison 100 Jourdan Henry 75 Money Newton 75 Wells A HI 450 ROAD No 1514 F Tiiors OVERSEER Powell B F 2 50 ROAD NO 152 REEVES JIIBAM OVEBSEEB Eades James JJ 25 McKinney J W 150 Deering James SO Clay Thos Col 80 BEAUTY TRIUMPHS Tla ai Prleota Trgfur Beauty is vomonsgreat charm The worJd beautirulwoma A pretty losingthisbeautiuliTherecultured women in the Crisis Husbands should investigate this remedy ia order to reasSure their wivea as to the ease andbeautyof Friendisknown It diminishes the allied to pregnancyItbreasts makes elastic all tendons called burdenMusclesenceand thepatient anticipates favorably the issue in the thus externalapplibeWgabsorbedDnigg ts Ie11itfotliperwUe You y h yeo ook near ed free JIlt I ALMA IA 1tjNWtANS Thomas Davo 1 50 DunbarJRiii 150 Powell Jell 1 50 DunbarGD 1 50 Bruce Zena 1 50 Lanter WE 1 W Woosley Frank L 1 CO Sharply J 150 Eades Woody 1 50 Woosley Thos 150 I John l 50 Noland James 1 50 Babel Wm i 1 00- Parkea Frank 1 50 Reeves Hiram 3 75 Lanter Enos 1 50 Reoves Hiraui 2 10 AbnerLee 1 50 ROAD NO 153REEVESJ M OVEBSEER Lanter Robt 75 Parkes Thos S7 Lanter Jns 75 Wilson Prest to Powell Louis 75 Reeves J M 75 BOAD NO 154 PARKS JONAU OVERSEES Brookshire W W 150 Cobb Robert 1 50 Oliver Robert 1 50 Brumback Chas 1 W Kirby Geo 80 Cager 80 Reeves HK 160 Owens Squiro 1 50 ParkeJonah 450 Woods Arch 150 Woolery Win 1 10 Eades John L 1 50 Hnjruely Tarry 1 50 Brooks Chas 1 30 Parke Ralph 1 50 Parkes Jonah 10 00 ROAD so 155TAYLOR JAMES OVERSEER Shearer John 1 50 Biegerstaff Lesley 10Owens John 1 50 Parks Scott 150 Cosby Robert 4 50 5CIGrimes Waller isoU Will 1 50 Bolln Will 150 Turpin Sim 1 50 Marshall Thos 150 Cuncliff Jim 1 EO Turpin Geo 1 50 Moore Owen 75 Oldham Dave 75 Taylor James 4 50 ROAD XO 156 FOBBES I J OVERSEER Forbes EM 1 50 Deatherage Bird 1 50 Riley Jas 1 50 i Jno 1 50 Bnay Shelby 1 50 Taylor Samuel 1 50 James 1 50 It Samuel 1 50 Bentou Joseph 1 50 Oldbam Shelby 1 50 Phelps Wm 150 Chenault Lcm 1 50 Thompson Thos isoU It 1 50 Oldham Willis 1 50 Million Mack 75 Phelps Thos 1 50 Hisle Horace 150 Thompson Andy 1 50 Collins Joseph 75 Forbs IJJr 150 Sr 4 50 ROAD XO 158 JIAUPIN HOWARD OVERSEER Maupin Frank 1 50 Parkes Isaac 1 50 Rogers D W 1 50 Wm 1 50 Settle Jno 150 Moody Matt 1 50 Caster Geo A 150 Jackson Jno 1 50 Skinner Win 75 Baker Frank 75 Brewer Howel 75 Alexander Jasper Carter W C 1 50 It Juo A 1 50 Rodgers Philip 150 Skinner Daniel 1 50 Austin iso Evans Silvesta iso Maupin Howard 450 el 1 60 ROAD XO 162 MlLLEB JAMES OVERSEER Woods CF 160 Wagers W J 3 00 James i 50 King Henry 150 Cobb Richard 3 Miller J C 1 50- Rayhurn Tevis iso ROAD xo 163 TEVIS E B OVERSEER Tevis Clilton 1 50 Embry Chas 1 60 Searcy CL 1 50 King Steve 1 12J- Tevis ER 3 00 1 50 Miller Joe 150 Freeman Harvey 1 50 BOAD NO 165 TODD s p OVERSEEn Green Leslie 75 Clay Bob 1 50 4WIIISr 150 t Jr I 50 Embry W A 1 50 Chenault Price 150 Davis EnosS 150 Robinson Andy 1 10 Hampton H 1 60 Morgan J C 75 Todd S P 4 50 ROAD OlGGGILnEltT WALLACE OYER SEE- RBlanton Will 265 Gilbert HP v 3 00 White Shelton 1 60 Park Embry 1 60 Gilbert Jne 1 50 ToddUL 150 Todd Ermon 1 50 Thorpe Will 1 50 Gilbert Wallace iso ROAD KO 167 BYBEE M T OVERSEEn Stivers Jason 75 BybeeWB 75 MT 2 25 ROAD NO 169y COYINQTON OVERSEER Powell J M V ISO OwensME 1 50 BakerS Ro X S 1 50 WilcoxTJ l 50- Frazior J A 150 Moberly T G l 50 Woolery W R l 60 Kidwell G I 150 Rcse Albert 1 50 Pearson Scudder r l 50 Benton CL i50 Covington M 0 4 50 ROAD NO i7o1 A EHUIIBACK OVERSEER Jackson W 1 50 Hisle Mozie ISO Hislo Thomas iso Brumback W iH u l 50 II JA 450 BOAD XO 171 WJIIIILL OVERSEER Pearson Dudley i 50 H11 MB V 450 Pearson He ryr 1 50 McKinuey David1o 1 50 Martin William 75 Chonanlt Jerry 150- Chennult Ben 160 Brock John i 3 5p- Uill Wn 1 5Q ROAD KO 172 Kl CJiB6pJt OVXMSCfc cjPar II Clay Di il 75 Thomas John 225 Green Marti 75 CareenEd 75- EOAD NO 174 rtM JIDNDAY OVERSEER Shearer John 450 Dunn Arch 150 R yea SQ 150 Gray Gent 75 MarshallGent 75 Powell Joe 1 50 Shearer Thomils V 1 50 Harris Dan V 160 MuudajrWm V 150 Aldridge John 50 Bates Berry 1 50 ROD so 177 JAMES IIARBIS OVEBSEER Harris James 450 Noland John 1 50 TribbloJake 150 Parks Thomas 1 60 Reeves Bill 1 50 Baldwin Sam 75 Jackson He ury 150 Harris Robt 1 50 ROAD NO 178w r DUKBAR OVERSEER furpin Haden 150 Noland TW 150 Harris Nathan 1 50 Wiloughby John 1 50 WilouRhby Collas 150 GriggsOL 3 00 Turpin Robert 1 50 Webber Balds 40 Dunbar W P 3 00 ROAD NO 188A B DALTON pVEBSEEB Johnson J F 1 50 Baker Ceo 1 50 Jones Wm iso Harris R W iso Dalton A R 4 50 Oldham Albert 75 Smith Joe 1i 00 ROAD XO 192 VCTILAS DANIELS OVER EEER Ben Maler T 1 50 Monday Wni 1 50 Golden Richard 1 60 Crawsord Robeit 150 Azbill Alonzo 1 50 Riddle Dan 1 50 Cornelison RoM 1 50 Maupin Ewing 10 Jarman William 1 50 William Riley 150 Maupin Bird 1 50 Riddle George 160 Riddle Win 150 Dillingham Walker 1 50 Smith Joe 1 50 Munday James 1 50 Terrell jouis 150 West Wm 4 50 Gilmorb James 1 50 Venable Chas 1 50 Witt Munday 150 Hurst II L 1 50 Daniels Roy 1 50 GibbsA R iso Allen I A 2 25 Daniels Achillis 2 25 ROAD XO 194 SA4DEL IIISLE OVERSEER Hendricks Dudley 1 50 HisIelSauiuel 4 40 ROAD SO 190i S BAKER OVERSEER Collins Howard 150 JacksonJames 1 50 LogsdonWD 1 50 Smith Val 1 50 Simpson Silas 150 Ogg Will f 1 50 Baker Alison 1 50 Ellison Andy 1 50 Harris Jim col 150 Smith John 37i Baker ES 4 51 Broughton M Mc 1 50 ROAD NO 198a 0 JONES OVERSEEn Lain June 1 50 Lain May 1 50 Lain Willio 1 60 Kidwell Marion 15O Gabbard Wm 1 60 Gabbard John 150 Green 1 r50 Todd Rhodus 1 50 Hensley Frank 1 50 UOwen 150 4 Wesley 150 Jones JO 4 50 ROD XO199 EDGAB BROCKMAX OVERSEER Carrier S C 1 50 Johnson Saw I O Reed Jim 1 50 Harrison Isaac 1 50 Settle Sherman i 1 50 Wilson Hack 1 50 Carrier Clinton 1 50 MJ iOMcHone Jesse Sr 150 Rhodus John 1 50 VanWinkle Powell 1 60 Roo Dan 1 50 Roe Geo 1 50 Hazlewood James i 150- VanWinkle Louis 150 John iso BakerScott 1 50 Abrams Grant 160 Anderson John 1 50 Noel Farp J 50 Jones Bill 1 50 Roberts Billy i 50 Casteel Wilho V l 50 Brockmau Edgar paid byN B Turpin 300 RoAD XO 205 JONEi DUKCAX OOEBSEEB Miller Irvine SO Marcum Jim 15 Hackett TIobt 150 Duncan John 0 IW June 450 J rOAD XO 206 XJ31OXXY oVERSEER Jones Ollie ii 150 Miller MM 150 Taylor Hiram 150 Benton Wm 75 King Alexander 1 50 Taylor AF i5O McKinneyGS 150 David 150 Baumstalk John 150 Taylor James l 1- 5TharpeGlI H iTsO Hamilton T K f J i50 Cornelison Mutt t 150 Todd Thomas j 150 Fielder Dennis j 1 6Q Bonny HT F o7Q Lackey R 0 4 160 Bonny H C t5Q MAD XO207 Ti8 IIBNbBEN OVERSEER Cousins Rice Wil ioShear ir Dave iv 1 50 KiunardWillyr IL A 50 Ed i r v l50 LatonVm H 1 EQ Henry 150 Kinnard Chas 4 lf 1 50 Hurst Tom i 1 50 Hppkina James j 1 50 Kinnard Jay I 1 60- Parrish Filden AdamsOtis L 1 MTfcb 159BrandenJones P r IJiSO l5pCousinsDenny Ambrose isb 1Fowlor Frank 1 BallardRoy i t 50 0gt50MoranShearer Lawson i 150 R yetoa Jim 150 Smith Heliry u 1 50 Phelps Seat ti 150 HdriaTheu i 50 AH 15- WekUDiM4 1rm t Brown 8m i s 150 Smith John 150 Hendren TS 2 60 Helton Oscar 2 50 Sheppard G B 1 00 Smith Robe 1 50 ItDave 1 50 Gentry B M 90 BOAD NO 209 V R BLACK OVEESEEB Lamb John 1 50 Berryman James i 150 II While i 1 J2 Todd Willie 1 li Price 112 ID 112 Gentry James 1 12 ToddLuther 3 00 II Jerry A 1 12 Thorpe GB 1 12 Todd Grant 112 Daniels Gitt n 1 12 Hocker Ellis V I 112 Black WR 300 ROD NO 211 LACKEY S W oyEBsEEsg Cornelison Ed 1 50 Fish Joo 150 Hollensworth Will 160 Johnson James 1 50 Lackey S W 9 00 John s 1 50 Munday Zack 1 50 Reeves Babe 1 60 Jameai 1 50 Thomas Henry 1 50 U Will 150 White Robert 1 50 Richard 1 50 ROAD No 212 LEWIS W G OVERSEER Morton Sherman 1 50 Geo 1 C- OMatliQws James 1 60 Sam iso Gloisip JO r iso Quinn Richard 1 50 Thomas Alfred 1 50 GabbardDavid 1 Sam 1 60 Ogg Isaac 1 FO Lain John 150 JG 150 Hiale Thomas 1 50 ROAD NO 213 GOOOII W J OVERSEER Holland Matt s i 50 Keaton John 150 Winkler Shelby 1 50 Holland Alex 1 60- SandlinJ M 2 50 Scarbrough Fount 1 50 II James 1 60 Ike ICO Hill Sam 1 50 Sandliu Louis 1 50 Keaton John 75 Holland Mall 75 Gooch W J 4 50 ROD XO 214 CUBTIS TlIOS J OVERSEER Dalton J W 3 00 Owens Irvine 3 00 Curtis TI 150 ROAD NO 217 HUNKLE J D OVERSEER TribbleSC SO Ashcraft WH SC Lanter RE SO Shearer Chas E SO Ashcraft Robert SO Shearer Frank 80 Moore W Scott 80 Pigg Elzie 80 Francis 80 Tribble Wm 80 Warner Chas 80 Farthing Jerry SO Only line excursion New Mexico Arizona and Texas Moberley John JSOEdward Houp Wm 80 Tribble DM 150 ROAD SANDERS B F OVEBSJI- EBSandersEO i 1 121 J M i1l21 II AL T 1i121 It BF 1 12J Hill 0 A rl 121 ilI21IsabellShort Clel 37 tong Arthur 37 Burnis W K I 75 Sebastian John 75 4 actCounty I Jesso Cobb Clerk of the Madison County Court do certify that th fore going is a true and comple list hf the claims allowed by the Madison Fiscal Court at its October Term 1902 jmd at its March Term 1903 and the same is hereby certified lor publication Witness my hand this March 20 1903 JESSE COBB 0 M C C Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundre people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indiges tlonU Is a scientific fact that all cases of heart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kiuble of Nevada 0 says bad tcroaeh trouble and was In a bad state as had heart trouble with It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for abut four months lid It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only tOO Size holding 24 times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O OeWTT A CO CHIOAQO For sale by Perry Thomas ++++CALL AT + f+ f- wJONES S1ERSHOIU SALOON WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss SS Phone 3 Second St =Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass k KingsNew For PricegA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it falls Trial Bottles free Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates t- oCALIFORNIAAnd the Northwest jfi Daily to June 15 1903 V running through personally conducted Sleepers Louisville- to California SJ PARLOR AL Special Low One way and Koundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Iexas One Fare to New Orleans and ReturnI May J to 4t inclusive For Folder and descriptive matter of California and circu NevOrleansor address F W HARLOW U P A Louisville Kp Interest You H Certainly we can Every farmer and housekeeper in Madi son county will need something in our line To the farmer we particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators crtptnnd1tO 5 was Soivv 1t eOO 5oJes And other kitchen funniture Our lineof Hard ware is second to none in Kentucky and out goodSyoucall and get our prices before placing orders for anything in this line We are also agents for the celebrated t am Ja O which is the finest and most durable wagon on the RoofinglJndGuttering departmentCalfyou an everlasting friend and customer TAYLOR BROS LR Blanton H DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Limeu e Cement Plaster Hair Etc V 0 U IDiIIIQD SIt J I DIirtb 20 PERCENT OFON STOVES II 20 per cent can be saved by buying your Webought thefreight WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR tireat Majestic Range HeateYoufore us is wcanone in this or any other to- wnHARDWARE any =OUR LINE OF Farming Implements Is complete We carry the Disc the only perfect Disc Plow made ItsI Is RightRuns Right I The Triumph Wheat Drill is something that will pay you to investigate Tin Roofing Guttering and Repairing done promptly by experienced workircn Arbuckle Simmons 20PER CENT OFF ON STOVES MY NAME IS TlfURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys ISKINSI For further information address iGeneral Passenger Agent Chicago 2r MfI i5 MBSTLT Lip r i JII1It7I ONLY LINE TOTH FAMIIUSJIEJJLTJYJJ7ZQTS PILBpJk t r t Jl e ERECT FOR- MCORSETS 17 I 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