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JCUMALU129 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 1903 NUMBER 511 L m LOOK OUT ring has come and with it comes the Hustling Cash Store lulled ith a new and complete line of the latest novelties in Dress Goods White Goods Ginghams Percals Embroideries Laces Ribbons in endless variety Carpets Matt ngs 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 e have searched the market for bargains and as we were buying G e Jln Entire New Stock 0 e le were enabled to secure the very lowest prices in every line we 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 eoME SEE You must see theGoods to appreciate there cneapness l Lit be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the s g Kids at lowest prices obtainable Ourad may sound rr ristical but we have the goods Here are a few articles L t vy knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box V spoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c V spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2e each e and forks 50c perset Lamps complete 23c T11e now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc I r ire are offering at astonishingly low prices You should a and examine these goods before making a purchase In r t T to close out our es01 55at 3nee r ri tr offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at20cJumpers c uhl 2oc Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of v nrr Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar i s you cannot afford to pass us liE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery YIN STREET RICHMOND KY o Big DiU Coal CO ORLANDOKY Shippers of 000 A lniteCoaJ e +++ + + ++ P + ++ se + ++ ++ + + + ++ ++N ++++ + +++ + + Guaranteed to last aU night in ordinary t J grate without any attention a to tJ+ + Autumn Opening Sale of FBRNITlJRELargest variety newest designs finest finish lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in Iron Beds Bed Room Suits 7 Dining Room andte Kitchen Furniture We guaranteed to save you moneJ W ecordla invite our country friends tocallmakerourstore their headquarters r W MllIlsztliJ please Our success depends upou it arid theiea sonable prices at which everything useful is offer ed will astonish and delight you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Picture Department is complete Framing eatly done and the newest mouldings always carried X JOI s1 JOmkI 2 Phone lhfe5 4 Undcftaking aSpecidty KYIcF J11Jr la llWj i Editors and Doctors If an editor makes a mis take he has to apologize for it but if adoctor makes one he buries it If the editor makes one there is a law suit swearing and a smell of sul phur but if the doctor makes one there is a funeralcut flowers and a smell of varuish The doctor can use a word a yard long without knowing what it mEans but if the edi tor uses it he has to spell it If the doctor goes to see another mans wife he charges for the visit but if the editor goes to see another mans wife he gets a charge of buck shot Any old medical col lege can make a doctor You cant make an editor He has to be born W hen a doc tor gets drunk its a case of overcome by heat and if he dies it is heart trouble When an editor gets drunk its a cause of too much booze and if he dies its a case of delirium tremensEx Kentucky Coal S Sidney Breese Stevens assistant of the UnitedStates geological surveyand special agent of the United States census office has gone to Louisville after a visit to many Kentucky coal mines Since the latter part of Janu ary he has visited all coal mines in the state He is gathering information to be used in compiling a volume of mineral resources of the Uni ted States In this data is hir included statistics regarding the total tonnage and value of productionHe with William Langly special agent of the United States census office Mr Langley will remain in Kentucky for some time compiling the sta production cenls Eight cents a pound iS iwhat a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak= itgainedgtwelve pounds in weight before the bottle Avas finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their You get your moneysworth when you hay Scotts Emulsion ye will send you a little fret 5SGOTT BOWNE CHSMISTS jtrtt rl itrt New York xitrndrcol ali drtigfct COMBINE OF THE TELEPHONE Companies the Country Pro posed by J P Morgan First Step in This- Direction The announcement that to b American Telephone Tehi graph Company had raised its capitalization to a quarter cl a billion dollars is followed by the report that J P Morgan is about to forma collossal telephone combine Morgan holds S15000000 ill stock in the American Telephone Company and the increase in the Americans cap ital is the first step in the gen eral combine of all the tele phone companies throughout the country including Ohio Kentucky and West Virginia The capitalization of the in dependents is 40000000 and American Telephone shares will be exchanged for shares of the independents according totheplan proposed The independents will havE representation on the Genera Board of the American It is urged that an immensE saving would be the result of the combination The independents are organized under the title of the Consolidated Telephone Company vith headquarters at Buffalo Cures Eczema Itching Hum ors Pimples and Carbun desCosts Nothing to Try BUB Botanic Blood Balm is a cer tain andsure cure for eczema itching wateryblistersboils carbuncles prickling pair in the skin old eating Eorep ulcers etc not anic Blood Uahncurcs the worst and most deepsnatcd cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood supplytogives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised fur chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Drug ilswith complete directions for home euro ToproreBBB cures samples ent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice sent Ini sealed letter lin Glow Worms for Light Here is a curious discovery in regard to glow worms which has been made by a Frenchman He caught sev eral of them and fed them for a few days after which he let them loose in his garden When iiivitraed some of his friends and vastly surprised they were when they saw his garden il luminated in various colors They could hot account for it until he caught a few glow worms and showed them the t from one came a red light from another a blue light from a third a yellow light etcHow he produced such a wonderful result no one knows for while he admits that the various lights are the direct result result of the food which he supplied to the worms he will not tell what he gave them to eat He considers his discovery of great importance and claims that it can be used to advantage in optical tele graphy and for fishing at night Made Young Agsin One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has pnt me In my teens again writes D H Turner of Dempsey town Pa Theyre the best in the world for liver stomach and bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all druggists Ini Twas Ever Thus The writer of the following paragraph has evidently been AtIare ever distasteful this may sound to the hogs When a hog gets an oar of corn every hog will trot along behind him squeal and whine and beg for a bite but just let the front hog get his head fast in a crack and every one will jump on him and tear him to pieces Just so with men As long as a man is prospcsr ous and has plenty of money he cant keep friendsoff with a club But the minute Ms wealth is gone he is not only snubbed by his formerf rien ts1 hut they at onceblgjn to 1ao him all the harm possible When a man starts up grjitle the world falls behind and piisbjeS but when h6 starts down grade the world stelps to one side and rPAIhe trackhn THE OLD RELIABLE Rowl bKI POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE Recovery of Back Taxes Lim ited In the suit of the Common wealth c against Mrs Mahala Nute taken up from Fleming county the Court of Appeals says the recovery of back taxes is limited to five years The case ju question was a proceeding in the coun ty court by an Auditors agent to have assessed for taxation an annuity for ten years prior thereto belonging to appellee The County Court and Cir cuit Court dismissed said proceedings from which this ap peal is prosecuted It is insisted that section 2515 Kentucky Statutes provid ing a limitation of five years as a bar to an action upon a liability created by statute prevents an assessment of personal property for more than five years after thecause of action accrues Held That this proceed ing is an action within the meaning of section 469 Kentucky Statutes and that the provision of the statue of lim itation applies to this action as provided by Section 2523 Kentucky Statutes and that retrospectively more than five years from the institution of a pro ceeding like this While their are several de cisions of this court holding or seeming to hold the contrary opinion most of them were rendered when the sta tutes were different from those that now existand some of them were dicta All such opinions are in conflict with this opinion and are no longer authority on the question herein decided DISAPPOINTED I B Stouffer of Richmond had Little Faith in Promises until he Found a New Friend- It is a great disappointment to a per ion suffering from serious a disease is kidney irregularities to be able to jet no relief from the nse of cure ails and specifies which promise everything nut du nothing To such a disappoint ed man Doans Kidney Pills come as U friend in need for they always do the worn Bead the statement of J B Ijtoufler the well known gents fur saysI kidney formsheaccompanyinglions most annoying I tried many curej1stbut they did me no good I had just enough faith left to give Doans Kidney Pills a fair trial when I saw them advertised I got a box at B L Mid thoroughlytstedtest I can conscientiously give the fills my hearty endorsement 5UcFosterMilburn9le agents for the United Slates Remember the name Deans and take no substitute 1m Can be Done We are of the opinion in fact we know eyery illegitimate business Montgomery cpunty or any other place canto suppressed and we further liiiow it is the business of of vials elected or appointed to C rry out the dictates of the Law and if they do not then iii becomes the duty of officials bgher in authority to inquire vthy this direlect of duty If these officials fail intheirduty to the Commonwealth then it becomes the duty of grand juries to take the matters up ahd bring them before the qpurts Such stepshave been ti ken at other places and it ri ay be done here If laws d e not respected by those in expectdeisaid baseMtSterliiig Ad vacate v QUick Arrest- J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was t le In the hospltal frn a severocase q piles causin 24 After doe tl rs and aUremediesifailfld Buoklena furtlintio an ftclwa and kiH ptferxa tt all a eiiabi 1m Money Found hi Misers Home A Beloiden N J special says Patrick Flynn eighty two years old known as the miser and hermit of Barkers Hollow has been found dead in his hovel He had not been seen for several days and neighbors entered his home and found him sitting in an improvised chair bis head on one side Flynn had never been mar ried and all the money that came intohis possession he hoarded He would not trust any of the banks but kept it all in the rookery he called home The house was bar ricaded front and back and no one could have broken into it without a long siege It was known that the old man had money and when the searchers broke open his trunk they found a pile of bank bills covered withmold Out of the old rags on which he slept many pieces of gold and silver fell There was an old can in one corner It had some musty flour in it and in the bottom was a bag of silver coin In the weatherboards in the chimney under the rafters in fact wherever the men searched they found money When counted the money found amounted to nearly 3000 in gold silver bills and pennies It was learned that Flynn had a sister living in New York and she was at once tel egraphed for The sister had been to see Patrick last summer She alleged that moneyIdered the search resumed TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet All druggists refund the money flit fails to cure K W Groves signature a on each hox 25 cents Workand Play The biggest summer resort within easy reach of civiliza tion is what is commonly termed Muskoka a district in the Highlands of Ontario about 100 miles north of Toronto including an immense tract of country bordering on the Georgian Bay This dis trict is composed of lakes and rivers innumerable and is situated 1000 feet above sea level Good fishing and hunting are assured Ample hotel accomodation at all points on the lakes is provided to suit the purses of everyone Excellent transportation serv iceCopies of handsome de scriptive literature relating to this country can be had free by applying to R McC Smith Southern Passenger Agent Grand Trunk Railway 124 Woodward Aye Detroit A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will besent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two inonthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St LouisMo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KBEAD THIS f Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dlecov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using Iti today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JoasA RIDDEL At Lexington Circuit Judge Parker overruled the motion for a new trial for Dr A P Taylor sentenced to three years imprisonment on a charge of embezzlement grow ing out of his connection with a debenture company A Startling Test To save a life BrvT G Merritt of startliaitestwrites a patient WM attacked with violent hemorrb M etuaed by ulceration of the stomach Iliad often forraiFiitegainedfitick In 14 HMMUkb Electric Bitten felt poftitivftljr gwiriMte for Jypep r kidtiJl bUnt 1m o THE USY BEE GASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Men We Want To Talk To f is to on our store is all to them alt all a nice to I Million sold in THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Suength In Every Drop A of the fgyptm constituents of PRIME and PURE OLD MALT Louisville January a MEAT 8 MALT Gentlemen Malt preparation and being acquainted with and moe of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic ItIexcites the appetite and fnvigontes digestion is beneficial ti nervous prostration and all diseases attended with debility Yours 1D KASTENBINE M D Login the College of Phanaacy MeAT A CO Louisville 1C We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers haie made him in a stock of Miners Ranges They try to get whntpeople will have tf j Mrs LlS Webb tomans 3 cline of life which was fast rtpproachln I noticed Wine I end dec jed to try a bot tie I experienced some relief the Mho I kc it on taking It for three months bw I menstruate wift pain Md I tall take It off end MI RowuntiJI have ksstd the climax vreafcn ps disordered menses falling oi womb and ovarian b not wear off of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Ca aui to benefit a sill woman of any age Wine o Cardui Mrs when e was in dan ger you cc pe to the chance Of life Mrs W bs letter will mean more to y w than it now Bntyouini j now avoid the OP a We believe that if every man in Richmond was a clothing expertif every man in Richmond knew the positive facts in the casethat everyman in Richmond 3would come to us to get his clothing Each week we will publish little argument on this subject This weeks argument is directed t ToThe Man Who Wants To Dress Economically l GoodIthe may We sell the best clothing that can made see note below the prices are not highan excellent suit for either business or dress wear can be bought cheap it will outwear two suits that ordinary stores sell for about the same moneyand it will re tain its shapeliness long after the average garment will be a mere bundle of wrinkles and bagginess NOTEWhen a man buy a- suit from us he gets the Best Clothinginthe World made by Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore All garments this label THIS Wholesale Special Attention Callede our LADIES ROOM the balcony of room It free for Ladies come and enjoy Bring your dinners and eat here Accommodations of kinds will be furnished you and comfortable place Come see us Very respectfully wrOLDHAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE on r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets JSeven ibozes past 12 months This Signature BEEF Ky tiioroujhly truly MALT rust and Female relieved Webb When and and any bear LABELOrcARMEIITS Drapers Gunsta Seperloritr WAITING wait and 1inon box 25c S3r ng s ox fob 19 OTK We Print Everythinjj 0 MEAT MALT scientificcombiJjation COoalsvi1cSp IlavnnrecuiinedroarMeatand put big TlccPrwifdent Demo- eraticCinbpor oruternUlvo kntothechangeof never fails docs DrngErlstsIi be mnuamo every A LAR6E VARIETY approvalgoods in the newest weaves and colors and are prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a o doooaoooooo D Perfect Fit ee AND 0Perfect Finish PP If you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us Stouffer Mahler Merchant Tailol s Wall Paper Just received two car loads of wall paper for nineteen hundredandthree Nice New and Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5e to 25c per sin gle roll We cordially invite all who are to have papermgdone tocallandinspectourstoek before purchasing are always glad to show you our goods whether you buy or not We are sole agents for Harrisons Town and Coun- tryReady Mixed Paint which has been on the market for over a mixedPaintfor TEN YEARS and will cheerfully refund your money if it is not as represented Perry 1- aOlt ThomasSuccessors to W a Whiter Next door to Madison Natl Bank 217 Main Street FineJohPrintin J l Grand Opening Of Mens Fall and Winter Shoes Jas S Crutcher Company 1 he Richmond Climax weSA D MILLERn Manager WEDNESDAY MAY 0 1903 PDBLISHKl EVEK WEDNESDAY BT The Climax Printing Go Incorporatedwh DEMOCRATIC TICKET byUONOt Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTIPS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER- Of Jeeumine County Ha1ORROY C WHITE Announcements FOR JAILER Ve axe Btboriu d to announce FJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madtooo county subject to tbe action of the ofWeoaiOQSns a candidate for Jailer of Madison ronntjr soMeettO tbe action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of tbe Democratic party TOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE SVe are authorized to announce the name of Mr T T HEDUER of Scott county as a candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture nntteet to the action of the Democratic party Primary May FOR STATE TREASURER We are authorized to announce HENRY M BO8WORTII as a candidate for tbe nomina tim for State Treasurer subject to tbe action of the Democratic party primary May 9 1003 THE Lame county Herald paints this plowing picture of William Taylors tiuUh The time will comeif it has not already begun its seasonwhen even the clouds will form into a ghastly picture of the dead Goebel as the gnui ty man looks to the heavens ham and bustle of industry of Hoosiers capital cannot down the dying words of Goebel to the groat common people when he will be ushered into a court of which Judge Cantrill is not the pre siding officer and where the satanic being with the long tail takes charge of convicted criminals Ir is announced in the Louisville daily papers that Mr Morris B Belk nap of that city will prnbnbly ananotinee his candidacy for the Republi can nomination for Governor within a short time Mr Belknap would per haps be given some wholesome advice if lie would consult the Hon John W Yerkoes the white rose of Republi C tilistS before entering the political uremi with the Democratic standard bearer n LI FiBroerCo1 I LEXINGTON 1Ky I Porch Furniur A large portion of tho sninmer s passed on the porcbirlt is the general rcndez ojns of the family All tIie1sihmbers invade its shadysplsmorulng noon and night to chat to rjsadto sew or to smoke 5 b wonder home furnishers bestow eo much care to the lection of Porch Furniture Our new line of Splint Reed and Grass Furniture Is now very complete in Arm- ChaIrs Anu Rockers Settees and Side Chairs We ask you to call and see them frBrowerCQ1 11AIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY l k cjf1ffM t rid 11 Mr Kidd representing the famous Johnson Murphy Shoe Co will be with us Tuesday and Wednesday May 13 and 14 03 with a full line of Johnson Murphy fine Shoes for fall andwinter Come in and inspect his line and select a pair to f THE theatrical profession has recent ly suffered great loss in the death of Stuart Robson which occurred last ek in New York from heart trouble lie was one of the best and most wide ly known comedians on the stagew SAYS the Nelson county Record While leadin men in the are gr chapplingnegro himself is only laughing fishing the row Thats beatIT the weekly paper published at Lawrenceburg for several months past 0 C Cox has suspended publica ofnVALLEY VIEW From the Argent J N Flanery has been on tho sick t this week June Clark is able to be out aftor a prolonged illnesp Horn to tho wife of Leonard Rich ar don the 2oinst a girl Powell of Richmond was h itereMiss Ada Dickerson was the guest Mrs Louis Thrown of Nicholasville aturdayoBruce Northcutt of Menifee county is visiting his brother Dr Northcutt and family Miss Fiona and FranUie Grlzard spent Sunday with their aunt Mr J W Chaney at Spears W S Speidle of Massilon Ohio secrotary and treasurer of the New Kentucky Gas Oil Co spent Sunday with Dr Elmer Northcutt A baseball team has been organized hore with A B Howard us manager The team has rented a nice ball groundM We will shortly report their and Richmonds ball teams defeat Mr C B Dunn is at home after a weeks stay at the Gibson Infirmaty n Richmond where he underwent a successful operation His many friends aro glad to learn of his improvement Mr Dunn is one of our progressive citizens and his recovery is hailed with delight by his many friends For the styles u wall paper see Perry Thomas 1903 The New Fashion Period 1903 In its inception and deign it differ markedly from the accepted models ny f previous period Progress maybe noted constantly betterward iron 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 efTectiv2 as a dec orative 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 wearer Now at last style has evidently seen the error of its way for it in drawing near to nature The springs leading creations bear witness that the worlds greatest designers have come to real izo 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 nith such phenomenal and deserved success Mrs Loves idea is to impart to every gown a style individuality that nothing can lose The gowns which arobeing turned out by this high class modiste are the very perfection of fit and style They are marked by that Indefinable smartness of cut and correctness of detail which is to day essential to the well dressed roman Kaufman Straus Co 1U and 14 West Main St LoxingtouKy 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 rev Jillion and a pleasure The Kaufman Straus Co spring stocks of every kind of Dry Goods and wearing apparel for women aro com pleto and present by large odds the completcfit showing in this auction of the country You are cordially invited to visit the Richmond Carriage Works where awaits your inspection the largest and most beautiful line ot vehicles ever brought to a Kentucky wn We were compelled to buy these jjoods in carload lots In order ttd make the re preniltOethe best vehicle that workmanship can produce at prices that an inferior juake would cost you elsewhere now awaits you at our shop S L MIDRIFF tf Proprietor AllStar Cut in Romeo and Juliet The greatest theatrical venture of a decade is the AllStar Cast in Romeo and Juliet which Liebler and Company are putting out for a special spring toar There are thirteen stars in the cast which is headed by 1 yrla tolle and Eleanor Robson and no mote mag nificent production has ever been seen in this country This company will be seen t the Lexington Qpera Ron se for one performance on the j ening of 11ay8tbJI DIAThS MEEKS Mr Nay Meeks and wife have been called upon to mourn the loss of their little daughter Lettie May ho died April 29th at the agoof seven years after an illness of four weeks shCOLsToxNelhieild of Mr ai d Mrs J W Colston of View was found dead in bed Wednesday norning The child had en in feeble health for some time hut she had taken a turn for the better it was thought by the parents Tuesday and the sudden death came as a shock to the parents who have the sympathy the communityBdeath that has been ours to chronicle occurred Sunda nl ht when Mr P ofulleyhis death being due to Brighta disease He was twentyfour yeais of age andVwas the only sen ot Mr and Thomas Pulley Since the removal of PuBeyh15JD Rawlins on Moberly avenue andinwas there his illness and death curred For a number of years he had been in the employ of D B Shackel fo nt Co and was always polite and in treating everyone old and young wjth utmost courtesy To re numerate his friends would bo well nfch impossible for as ono said Never in my life did I ever see any one with so many friends During his illness it kept one person busy to answer the calls about his condition a bndsistance Besides his aged lather and mother ho is survived by one sister Mrs Lee Buton His funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon the Rowlins home by Rev Hugh cLelhan thence his burial in the Richmond Cemetery under the auspices of Madison Lodge I 0 0 FwTEVIS When one contemplates the umber and rapidity of deaths in the Tevis Russell and White families the thoughtful mind is appaled True in nearly every instance the grim mes senger called home the members of ttiete honored families in the full ma turity of their lives oftenest when the almond tree had blossomed on their devoted heads But yet they all saul to sleep so closo togetherthat the grief stricken hearts of theirsurviving loved ones had not healed before the tears of sorrow burst afresh over another newinade grave Last Tuesday afternoon after a brief illness Mrs Mary Russell Tevis sank to her eternal rest at the age of sixtysixf On Wednes day her body was tenderly consigned to the tomb beside that of her beloved husband that citizen of glorious men ory the sunnytcmporid truehearted gentleman Jude James Tevis A the sympathising friends sat in the silent darkened ro oms that had eo lately known and loved the presence QJ its departed mistress the memories of other years flooded the minds of all She was the oldest oi that circle of five beautiful sisters who from their cradles were taught tolovo each other their kindred and their God We have seen them all together but befcre the sorrow of their aged mothers death had stained their cheeks with tears Andwe bad wondered at the childlike Joy that pervaded their companionship with each other though all were pastor nearing tho meridian of life The center of that charmed circle was the sainted mother four score years and four whose placed yea beauteous countenance seemed illumined by the light of heaven Twas into this a yfegraves of mother and three sisters two lonely sisters mourn Mrs Tlios C Hoitie of Washington Ga and xingtonKythis community and from her church the Second Presbyterian one whom we could II ill afford to spare In the places of sorrow and suffering she was wonf to be ministering angel When last we saw her she was on a mission of purl mercy at tho bedside of the Godless dying poor whose cryine neo3s the had succored like the Good Samaritan she was A thousand in otheronly to the allseeing eye Her church work was the same consecrated labor of love to the Master that bad distin SudieRussellthat can never be filled Deceased was the eldest child of Richard Russell a leading merchant here for many years Her mother Sallie White Itus sell wan a sister of John White a Con grcssman from this district Speaker of the National House and a bosom friend MaryRussellTevfs and to this singularly happy union were born ten children of whom William David Hugh anti Joseph stow3Iayorwhich his father was once City Judge otMadisonen children there could be left no more moryoftheIrer whorjj all maakM HgtioretLiwifl k if 4v revered for the Christian graces that adorned their characters Tho old homo that is now utterly desolate will ever be a monument to the peace and maytllOSOwhen the grim messenger comes they wcityherebelow may be reunited without one m lsring linkFBIRTHS UEAnEnOn last Saturday to the wife of Mr Lee Shearer a fine boy BEASLEV To the wife of Mr R N easley the King tobacco merchant of Paint Lick a ten pound girltWEST Mr and Mrs Leonard West Irvine aro the proud parents of a fine son which arrived on Sunday night make his home with them Mrs est was formerly Miss Mayme Hume MATRIMONIALREEVFflEEVESOfl this city Mr Wade Reeves and Miss Bettie Reeves were united in marriage MBTCALVBUSH Mr Wade Metcalf and Miss Mattie L Bush both of Waco neighborhood were married at the residence of Mrs Fannie Wilson last Wednesday MCDOWELLLEONARD This afternoon at the homo of the brides parents in Cynthiana Miss Maysie Loon ard will be united in marriage to Dr Marshall McDowell the ceremony toe performed by the brides grandfathj er Miss Leonard who is a most at t oractiveRev J T Leonard formerly of this city where he tilled a chair in Centralc University Siuco their residence in Cynthiana Miss Leonard has attended college here and made many friends ho will be pleasantly surprised to hear of this announcement Militia Will Fartidpale In response to a letter addressed him by Maj Gen J C Bates U S A of the Department of the Lakes Governor Jteckham has asked that the Kentucky State Guards participate in the maneuvers encampment and field instruction of the regular troops of that department this year The participation of the organized militia of the various States with the regulars in those In structions is provided for in the military act of the last session of Congress and it will very probably do away with the regular encampment of the Ken tucky Guards Under its provisions the State troops will receive pay sub- sIstence and transportation to the point of encampment A Madison County Waif Finds a Homs in Nichol asTille Nine years ago on the banks of the Kentucky river in Madison county LIdirtybleelugwholivedthe child awhile then another and another going the rounds again and aJain BaileyofIng in the neighborhood heard tb pathetic story and moved by the love hO11ewhereGeorgoCrutcher oftisand if she did not like her now homo BaileysShe never know her father or motheror her name Jessamine News Ftcat For liar According to Hicks we aro to hrtve predictionActive storms of rain wind and thunder on and touching the 2nd and 3rd Much cooler weather will follow glvintouches of chill and frost during some of MayOnlook for decided and rapid change to- falling barometer and quite warm ro suiting ia sharp electrical storms As these storms pass eastwaid across the country change to rising barometer and much cooler will follow from the west giving possibly frosts in sections northwardon the nights between the1- th and 10th Inclusive From the 11th to the 15th look for storms of rain hail and thunder some of them furious and tornadic A decided rise in the barometer change of wind to the westand cooler will end the series of storms followed by nights northernaridAbout thel8ths Jstorm conditions will reach another maximum After this storm look for change to very much cooler for two or three days forMayreactionarydlstnrbances penodinare entirely probable Monday the 26tbto Thursday the 28th win be the time of greatest violence Many hoavydownpours olherMy ptf St L U 1 O T eOfis directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street butchers The mail or del business of this firm has growh to such propor tions that we are now making a specialty of our Wholesale Department Our constant endeavor is to please our patrons and to do this we slaughter only the best cattle sheep and hogs that can be pro cured Our stock of Cured Meats is purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction We carry Vegetables Fish and Oys ters in seasons We also wish to purchase your Hides Tallow Butter Eggs and other Produce and guarantee in every instance to pay the highest prices the market affords Give us a trial and we will prove our sin cerity to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky New Wall Papers coloringsinIngrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at 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 f t 1 rc xs Qeo M Wiliging209 West Main Street +++++++tat SPECIAL i+ Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper nhown by Perry Thomas Best on earthor anywhere else aust Blend coffee Frawi Bros Phone 165 Dan II Breck will insure your city or country property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldham building npr 8 lOt D B Shackelford Co have contracted witn the Miller B F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county tf We purchased our vehicles to sell and if you will only call and get prices we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and customer tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Majestic Ranges Arbuckle Simmons Dan H Breck Fire Life and Ac cident Insurance Office in Oldham building npr S lOtaThe Millor Range people tell us if a customer telephones us they Jo not like the Miller Range for us to send a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end U D B Shackelford Co Have your old vehicle repairted and now rubber tires to take the place f the old worn out steel tires you are now using and you will have a new conveyance for spring and summer The Richmond Carriage Works will do the work at prices that will astonish you Satisfaction guaranteed tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you are passingour store never mind whether you think yon want to buy anything or not You may be wrong we may have something you want extremely At any rate we always hare something new and inter esting to show and inspection costs nothing If L E LANE See Perry k Thomas belore buyinj your wall paper 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times we put out the first ons Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think we can prove to you this is the only perfect Range made feb 26 4m Arbuckle Simmons Watch Found A watch was left at the State Bank Trust Co one day last week Owner can have name by identifying and paying for this notice apr 22 If Qty Property for Sale Mr EB Hume will otTer his residence on West Main street Saturday May 16 at 2 oclock p m A splendid opportunity for any one desiring a nice homo tf Come aud see the heaviest the best and the moat complete Range in the market Thu Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Meaty to Lean Ican get you money at 5 per cent Interest oil long time in sums of 1O- ror over on your farm property Ft particulars call on or address W B LETCIIEH Jn apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky New Bakery The now confcctioney and bakery at the corner of Hallie Irvine and Or ange streets has been opened and your patronage is solicited Fresh bread fresh cakes fresh vegetables and fresh fish always on baUd Mrs H Zoiman Hallie Iryine andOrange st tf Stockholders Heetlaj The annual mietlng of the stockholders of the Richmond Water and Light Company will be held at the office of the President in the State Bank and Trust Cos building in Rich inond Ky at 3 olock p m on Wed ncsJay May 13 103 J A SctuvAN President R E TCUIEV Secretary 2t FoiSe Sale Mr E B Humal will on Saturday May lath at 2 oclock p m offer to public sale his elegant residence in the West End Thi a property is ono of the most desirable n the city contain lag as it doe a lonse of six rooms equipped with all ntpdern conveniences a stable andall necessary outbuildings Let every one reraepiber the date and attend the sals Ajfine chance to procure a nice home tfILand and Stock Sales John Ballard pujkhased last week from W S Beasley Ir Brj of Jancas ter a car load of 2 pounds bogs at61 cents Mr BaJlnrJ hipped to Cincin nati yeeterdayrH CPI load of hogs av 1I A New Society A number of papers lately have published notices of a society that has been organized in Missouri It Is known as Tho Daughters of Kentucky and is composed of women whose birth place was in this State In the list of members we notice Mrs Lury B Sheikis and Miss Helen Chenanlt formerly of this city and Mrs Sadie Turpin Bur ius of Kirksville this county The object of this club is to keep evergreen the memories of their native State Regular meetings will be held at which original papers on the history of Kentucky will be read The counties of Estill Garrard Lincoln Clark and Madison will be represented at tho old fiddlers contest at the Grand Thursday night 1D 1 T S FIRM verybusinessI will continue the business t the same stand and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when jn need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moving Pianos Furniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at all times Elmer ParrishSuccessor to Lyman Parrish Cor Third tIrvine Phone Si RICHMOND KY lltnarO- misiii Commissioners ale PlrffOnNotice of SaleIn Equity PT Virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale ol t thiAprilstyle cause the undersigned will on Saturday May 23 03 Between the hours of oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court House door in Rich mond Madison county Ky proceed to expose i bidderthoA Lot and Livery Stable in Richmond Ky and bounded and described feethounded CWallacewide and about j feet deep TERMSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to paymentofa bearing legal interest Irma the day of sale with a Lien reserved purchasmoneyS E SCOTTmay 6 St M C MC 0 Master CoBiissioaers i1 John PlffsAgainstA T Freeman 4c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By oftbestylecauseMonday May 25 03 12oclockthehighestty th A Tract oi Land Cli1beFreemanman lying at the intersection of the Four Mile thenorthbythelandsofZinBrooks on the south by theMuddymore or less except acre in the family oury ing ground reserved sixmonthsgive bon with approved security for the pay forceanduponsaidpaid S E SCOTTmay S St MOMO C Master Coamissioflers Sale GWEvans Pitt againstNannle Etc Dfts EquityBY theAprilcause the undersigned vrlll on Saturday May 23 03 Between the hours of 11 a in and 12 oclock m McdiIonfollowing A Lot of Land hiRlchinondKyfeet and running back same width isa teet to a IEvansprocetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sal will be made on a credit of six toIteat ot the purchase moser to have tile loNe 1tttropttfcrty nmtil all the PC1tIMyeM- SEScTTM C y LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Ladiels Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with f ot ruffle etc Ladiej Shirts with deep flounce and four rows of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce ofaLternate perpendicular lane insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladie Chemise style gown low cut circular neck arid elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric ruffle hem stitched and tucked Ladies Drawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks 49c99c 99c49c Ladies Drawers 25c99c Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25 to Underwearfull sizes guaranteed I Yours respectfully ralI OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY tttImIIIIluIIIIuIIIiIII Majestic Owners 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle 3 WaIler Bennett 4 Joe S Bopg8 5 Nll Coy C D M Clienanlt 7 G W Gates 8 0 W Hisle 9 John D Harris lOT H Hart 11 U G Harris 12 W R Latchor Jr- 13JC Lackey 14 Davit A McCord 15 henry Perry 16 Dr GG Perry 17 Hon W B Smith 18 M B StagnerS19 Judge N 15 Turpin 20 Engene Todd 21 Mrs S P Wallers Tho above list is the number of Ma jestic ranges we have sold in the last ten months If ydn are not one of that list we want to make you one this year suite It is malleable iron and rill not crack nor warp like othr ranges and will will cook vitt jjfonehalf the fuel you are now using Call ct Majestic Headquarters and examine tho Best Range you ever saw ArnucKLE SIMMONS Dont Paint your house unul you get prices from Perry Thomas on alt kinds of paints OLD JOE WHISKY Handmade Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It id of old style manu facture No- BETTfiK can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugsSiO0 per gallon 10 bottles 55 jugs 250iI5II Ii bottles 302 jugs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery 1IcBra er novlyr Anderson county Ky p 90c 99c uo J Lo WatsonJ 820 N Upper Lexington Ky Attractive Offerings in Womens Suits Coats and Waists Attractive Offerings in Womens Coats and Waists Very swell effects in womens ready to wear snnupnts ar ai lucre in grades to suit every taste anti every purse In this wk ai find extraordinary offerings Collarless blouse suits in lifilit aia dark twomens tailormade Suits dressy costumes of broaJclotii ftarcheviots at such prices you cannot afiord to be without one eo press Skirts Under Priced Dress Skirts of black mohair Scotch melton etamine and v iy flare flounce effects entirely new styles and prettily finished at less tiof goods Au immense collection of upto date waists in all the present tyl priceSuperioroffered for so little If you are interested in dress fabrics this week will Ie ti to buyFifteen pieces of Canvas Etamine Mistral and Canvass Voile in tisolid colors for street evening and house coclnintB for hug wfek value SI 25 Two toned Canvas Illuminated Etaniinr Silk and Wo de Paris in new weaves at 100 value 135 and 50 t The Peetz New Corsetf stylizatteatforLmodels J L WATSONJ 820 North Upper LEXINGTON K A Pew Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a cali we will show you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors Also a complete line springAwca ac Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Gibson Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY H ELDERS ir 1 BARGAIN STOREOOJ We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods t Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothingf Shoes and Millinery o ro8 vr ever shown in this city afr Call and inspect busline and be convinced that we can save you money vv S etRespectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade J E V ELDER I VOTE PUR JORN a CHENAIIL1 lOR AUU1TDR i e 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 1i- neAReady Don t fail to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicle aintingand Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction ee eaTTa OOTS IlllOND Icy iia Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Oroceries GENTS FO- RBoquet flour The Richmond Climax 1ISI I AY MAY 6 1903 I S Gay hemp works at sier burned last Thursday with li Annual State Convention of Kims Daughters Society is in ses t Mielbyville this week V Daughters of the Confederacy r Hsted to meet at the Hotel n Friday afternoon at8 oclock go Ilimes the odds on favorite 1 weutyuinth Kentucky Derby iy afternoon at Churchill Downs hry Democrat in Madison count a ro the polls next Saturaday for John B Ghcnault lltru v u miss the old fiddlers contest linind Opera House Thursday r yu will regret it the rest cf your llices 25 35 and 60 cents iu IqP Chestnut aged seventeen i Daniel Chestnut of Lancaster 1 iiiviilentdlly burned last week il from the effect a few days L Ui the buildings at the Shelby fJ annuls one mie wet of Shelby wP destroyed by fire Tuesday 1Ien It ii believed the lire was hll iar Mr ieorpe Myers has purchased IIi in the corner of Broadway and in and has begun the erection of iiiifome home This is the last til ii Lit Oil that pretty street which i ni the most desirable residence 11 us in the city Mr J A Hiegius has accepted a r with E DeathemKO S Co Mr IL jiis is well acquainted with th- egI biieinere from start to finishI- IIiI will iirove H valuable addition to IiWe known establishment lie in t his friends to call on hint at ILrtersHe c Exhibit JIky will hear the disruption iiin of tbe costliest exhibits a vurMg Fir It will be a mam ilil ton refiigerating machine lil j put tip by the Henry Louisville and will cost Stt Out r1 nniiigg Co of Paint lick La Ij heir dock of goods to T M L fr Lackey who was in busi und some years ago in t itrnag of his old CUStOUl ii iis liiitlit a full line of new IIt up with the best uificliMiidisM Paint Lick has il e 5 S TO It does not matter how busy you may be it is your duly as a Democrat to go to the polls Saturday and cast your vote for Madisons candidate John B Qhcnault for Auditor Fracdemial dub Tomorrow Thursday evening the trandennlal Club will meet with Mr V S Moberley Dinner at Joes at 7 oclock Republican Convention The Republican County Convention met at the court house Saturday afternoon to select delegates to the Railroad Convention which will be held at Paris liin week Thirtyone delegates were appointed and willgo to the convention uninstructed Fine rams Change Hanis Mr E P Jones of Kirksville pur chased last week from IG W Evans of Warrard county his farm of 165 acres for 10000 cash J K Ross 1of Cottonburs purchased of James Dunn his Uarrard farm ot 1GS acres nt SW per acre Teachers Examination The examination for white teachers will be heM at the court house on the third Friday and Saturday May 16 and 17 and for colored teachers on the fourth Friday and Saturday May 22 and 23 beginning at 830 oclock- J WM WAGERS County Superintendent Six Months in jail Ike Fife who was arrested two weeks ago on a warrant sworn out by Maggie Bush charging him with breaking into her house in Chicago and ap propriating to lila own comfort a five dollar william was given six months in jail in Judge Benlons court Thurs day Wcrk Begun On last Thursday work was begun on tbo new Hngerman cohlegein Lexing ton the corner stone being laid with Impressive ceremony Professor Hag erman was for a number of years con nected with Madison Institute and his movements am watched with quite a good deal cf interest by his friends here Fire Alarm On Monday shortly after mid night an alarm of fire was turned iu It was found to be at the laundry where some one had thrown a cigar into a wooden box of sawdust The box had burned and a small place in the floor before it was discovered The damage was very slight Decides Against thu Uty Judge J M Benton lastweek granted an injunction against the City of Rich mond Mayor and Council restraining them from interfering with or preventing the Richmond colored Cemetery Co from establishing a colored cemo tery in the Dillin ham addition on East Main street Bank Cas Decided The Supreme Court of the United States dismissed the action of Vie See ond National Bank vs C N Fitzpat rick which reached that court on a writ of error from the Court ci Appeals of Kentucky The Supremo Court did not decide the caSA on its merits but simply held that it did not have jurisdiction of the cause Fun In Sight Mr C D Samuels of thin city has recently purchased a deer and on Thurs day of this week he expects to turn the animal loose near town Anyone who has a hound and wishes to do so car enter the race by paying one dollar The owner of the hound that wins the race will be entitlodto the deer Great sport is expected l J W EOeatherage C Potatoes 1rt We have just received car load ofJSweet Potatoes which we desirej jj t close out at unce Early Ohio I A Burbank I J ar1yRose I iPeerle- ss1S L J tI a ALL KINDS SA t P7ELD SEEDS E Deatherage Co P V V j Colored School Case DcdiedIJudge Bonton opinion in the Richmond case in which ho decided that the election held last full was illegal and void and that there was no legislative authority to change the system now In operationLife Sentence For Jim Howard The jury in the case of Jim Howard at Frankfort Friday returned a verdict of guilty and fixed life punishment at imprisonment for life The verdict was reachedafter four ballots On the final vote eleven jurors were for the death penalty but one juror held out against capital punishment and the others agreed to a life sentece Judge Cantrill overruled the motion for a new trial Saturday and sentence was passed on the defendant and judgment was suspended for sixty days to allow the case to be appealed The prisoner was taken to the Georgetown jail for sale keeping Bids Ofcnencd for the GdTanment Building Supervising Architect J Knox Taylor Tuesday opened bids for the con tract for the construction of the addi tion to the government building at tbis place Four contractors responded to the advertisement for bids by the Treasury Department of February 18 Cloch Company of Lexington Eent in the lowest bid 15058 and the Buckeye Construction Company of Toledo the highest 17419 Todd Company of this city bid 17281 and agreed to completc the work in six months Thero is an appropriation of 20010 available for the erection of the addition Tho contract will be award ed in a few days 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 factor ly and econ micoally than in any other yay You not only get imme diate action but the hot gas flame quickly sears tile surface and retains the natural juices and flavors instead of allowing them to escape as In us ing coal or charcoal You would enjoy a good Gas Range See the Water Light Co tf Annual Sunday School Convention Below we publish the program for the annual Sunday School Convention of the Richmond Magisterial District to be held in the Christian Church this city this evening at 789 oclock 730 Song and Devotional Service 745 Oral and Statistical Reports from Schools 800 The Value of Early Training Prof L V Dodge 810 The Teachers Opportunity C R Boucher 820 Eight oneminute talks on Im proved Methods 1 The Home DepartmentRev W A Elsenhart 2 The Normal ClassRev H G Turner 3 Grading Rev J W McGarvey 4 Sunday School Week and Deci sion DayDr Dodge 900 The Relation of Parents and- PastorsRev McLelln- n9100ur Relation to County and State WorkR E Turley 920 Election of Officers 930 Closing Song and Benediction Special music provided Let every Sunday School officer teacher and earnest supporter be present on time J J NEALE Dist Prest R S CROWE Secy Rbekah Lodge Celebraio The Daughters of Rebekah Lodge No 28 I 0 O F celebrated its fif teenth anniversary in the Odd Fellows Hall this city on last Tuesday even ing Tho following program was carried out- Opening Ode Prayer by the ChaplainMrs Win SmithWelcome Address Mrs Win Rice Noble Grand Address Miss Ruby Baxter Vice GrandAddressMrs B Juett District De putyBiography of Rebekah LodgeMiss Mayme Campbell Recitation Rock of Ages Mire Callio Adams Burlesque Recitation Miss Lillie CerniabellSSong Quartet Misses Lillian Bybee and Lillie Campbell Dr Bosley Mr Will Fielder Parody Miss Mattie Christopher Paper Miss Annie Kennedy SonttDuetUra B Juett Miss Lillian Bybee- AddressSo D Parris- hlrayerRev Eisenhart Closing Ode AddressB Juett AddrEssC E Woods Col Thomes Speech Monday As previously announced Hon W P Theme of Eminence candidate for the nomination for Lieutenant Gover nor spoke to a large gathering of rep resentative citizens at the court housa Monday afternoon Preceding Mr Thomes introductory by Hon W li Smith Hon J Tens Cobb made a short talk urging the voters of Madison county to turnout next Saturday and show their appreciation of our candi date for State Auditor lion John B Chenault Mr Cobb spoke cf the busy season with the farmers and implored them not only to vote them selves but to see that their neighbors did not neglect this duty and to give Chenault not less than 5000 majority in this county Mr Thorne followed Mr Cobb speak ing for more than an hour and had the audience captivated from the be ginning He was in his usual happy mood and had the crowd in a contin ual uproar of laughter all regretting when the time came for him to close his speech Following Mr Thorne Hon WB Smith made a pleasant talk along the line suggested by Mr Cobb stating that if the Democrats would turn out the lull strength of the party next Saturday it would confuse and dismay the Republicans as well as display the loyalty of Madison to her candidate for Auditor Mr Cbennulf who both pri vately andla Chairman of the Demo cratic committee had sewed our party with effectiveness and zeal unsur passed Three Severe Tests Put to Mr Chenault In His RaceI For Auditor In selecting a public official we are told by president Roosevelt to apply to each of them these three test questions 1 Is he honest 2 Is he competent 3 Is ho courageous A candidate whjrdojEs not potsees all three of these essential qualifications Is unfit for office and the people who elect him may expect poor service Mark tho prediction Roosevelt says further that the can didato who is minus any one of those qualities is as unfit for service as a two legged stool because if he be honest and fearless and yet is incompetent such a public servant is like an iuei perieoced engineer in charge of a train No matter how anxious or honest or fearless lie must KNOW HOW to run his engine or destruction will surely follow Likewise if a candidate for office be thoroughly competent or honest and competent too and yet be a coward fearful of doing his sworn duty he Is hut a tool in the hands of others and a most dangerous man to entrust with the manifold duties of public office iI1Tlus homely illustration of the three legged stool honesty ability and courage is here applied to Madisons candidate for State Auditor subject to the actiun Of the Democratic primary Saturday next John B Chenanlt was born and reared on a farm in this county nearly thirtyeight years ago He received a common school preparation for college and was graduated from Central Uni versit in his eighteenth year Enter lug the Madison National Bank at the bottom rung of the ladder by fidelity to duty oxpertness in calculation arid wide acquaintance he was soon made teller of the bank Step by step he won his way into the confidence of all and was elected Vice President of the State Bank and Trust Co of this city ono of the most substantial banks in the South In this responsible posi tion Mr Chenault exhibited the same qualities of honesty and efficiency that had characterized his previous career Whether in a business transaction cr in the whirlpool of politics be was tbe same honest fearless loyal John Che nault True to his party and friends yet so fair and courteous to his opponents that at the conclusion of two heated campaigns in which he was the County Chairman which position be still holds his Republican opponents publicly expressed their admiration and respect lot the manner in which Mr Chenault bad treated them in tbe managnment of the campaign So un usual a spectacle is worthyof notice when politics descend to the low levelof conscienceless swindling and misrepre sentation on the indefensible plea that everything is fair in politics love and warAnd so we ask of friend or political foe Is he honest is he able is he courageous Let his neighbors an swer And answer they will on Saturday next 4000 strong in a way that will convince Mr Chenault that in his race for the most important State office that of Auditor of Public Ac counts he has the backing of all thOSA who know and love him best Colored High School Commencement The eighth annual commencement exercises of the Colored High School will be held atthe Grand Opera House next Friday night May 8 All friends and citizens arc invited to attecd The greatest feature of the exercises will be the annual address which will be delivered by the Rev Joshua H Jones D D President of Wilberforce University Rev Jones is a scholarly gentleman and an able speaker You will not regret having heard him An interesting program will be rendered An admission of fifteen cents will be charged Circuit Court One of the busiest terms of the Madison Circuit Court in recent years come to a close Saturday The following cases have been disposed of since our last issue George Hocker selling liquor without license 20 each in two cases Dick Breck running gambling house one year in penitentiary and 500 fine George Ballard murder not guilty Stanifer Bros selling cigarettes to minor 10 Charles Searcy breaking in depot at Fort Estill four years in penitentiary- Joe Randolph selling liquor to minors 50 each in two cases Mathew Isaacs house breaking two years in reform schoo- lMathewsIsaaes malicious cutting S100 Ed Powell malicious striking and wounding 125 Narrowly Missed Electrocution While telephone lineman W M Grlmesof Wilmore was at work on West Alain street Monday afternoon he thoughtlessly caught hold ot an electric light wire charged with a cur rent of about 2200 volts The instant he touched the live wire ho received a shock that threw him from his position and he fell from the pole about twenty feet alighting on his left leg and hip Upon examination it was discovered that Grimes was slightly burned about the hands the worst wound being 81 deep puncture of the right thumb as though some redhot instrument had beenplunged Into the flesh burning it quite black Aside from the shock cf the fall no bones being broken and the slight burns no serious results are apprehended How he escaped with his life after contact with the ordina rily fatal current is beyond comprehension This should prove a valuable warning to every body to exercise t lel greatest caution in working around exposed electric wires They are like many other agents of progress suet as steam engines etc also agents oj destruction and death when trifle with It has been our purpose for Bormj timoto warn citizens to immediately notify the electric power liowa IB casij an electric wire should fahI totbd ground through storms or sleetejariMlr ing tree limbs Such a wire lyinj spoil awfuldangerer a ace to life l Romeo and Friday evening the TuUdIHouse will be the allstar production Juliet This promises to be the event of the season and it will be given by the most expensive and strongest aggregation that over attempted presentation of Shakespeare Love tragedy The part of Romeo will be played by that noted actor Mr Kyrle Bellew while Miss Eleanor Robson will pro Iray the character of Juliet Every member likewise is a star and the theatregoing public cant afford to miss this production Friday evening May 8th at the Lexington Opera House KepresenUUres Chosen Oa last Thursday the Grand Opera House was filled with patrons and friends of Caldwell High School the occasion being the preliminary contest to select representatives to the Tour nament which will meet in Mt Sterling the latter part of this month A most interesting program had been arranged and was much enjoyed by all piesent There were two contestants for the boys declamationMessrs Jerry Powell Jr and Wm Doty The honor was bestowed on Mr Doty whose subject was By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them Misses Florence Alexander and May Wallace Ballard both spoke excellent pieces and it was a close con test between them Miss Ballard how ever was namel as the winner her subject being The Fight with the were eight female soloist all of whom acquitted themso vc s creditably We cant rain however from incntionl n g two little tots Misses Mary Stouffer and Cecil Barnett whose dainty songs captured the audience The winner Miss Lil Campbell sang A My Morning She line a voice round and rich and under the caretul training of that sweet singer Mrs Win Ambsler we predict for her a bright future Mr Donaldson Allman eldest son of Chief 01 Police James Allman won the boys solo over two competitors Mr Allman has a wonderful basso for one so young in yearsand while hewas sing ing Down irUhe Deep Let Me Sleep it seemed as though that gilted basso A D Flora had stepped before us Misses Ethel Barnett and Nannie Hunt Iowell won in the girls duet while Mr Donaldson Alumna and Mica Nannie Hunt Powell were chosen in the mixed duets The girls quartette was successful over tho boys The evenings entertainment closed with the Uieh School Chorus We predict that with the material chosen Richmond will be in the first ranks at Mt Sterling and medals galore will be brought back as trophies of the occasion Walter Bronston Accidentally Killed Never was our city more shocked than on Monday evening when the news came from Lexington that Walter- S Bronston had been fatally wounded The particulars are as follows Mr Bronston was in his room at the Leand Hotel preparing to leave on tIre C 0 train for this city tovislt his mother In taking a revolver from the dresser to put in hii valise it struck some way and was discharged the ball entering his abdomen and going through his body lodging near the vertebra Death ensued In one hour and fifteen minutes after the accident The passage of the bail severed severallarge arteries and he bled to death as a result Walter Scott Bronston was born in this city February 27 1871 He was the son of Thomas J and Henrietta Bronston lIe was educated at Cen tral University having graduated with Afterleavingand read law for a while with his brother Hon C J Bronston Later however he attended a law school at Charlottesville Va where he stood high Upon his return to Lexington he was admitted to the bar being then only 20 years of age He bas held an enviable position in the Lexington bar ever since his entrance and has hold high positions having served two years as City Attorney and later held the office of City Solicitor He has taken a mosfactive part in politics and was well known throughout the State be lag a Democrat of the truest type He was a prominent Elk and was just recently elected to the office of Exalted Ruler He stood high both in business and social circles There was no yeung man in Lexington who numbered more friends and his death has caused wide spread sorrow Death at any time and any place is sad but bow sad it is to think of a young man in the very bloom of his Ufo when everything is so full and bright to be cut down Besides hie mother who resides in this city there are two brothers and five sisters to mourn his loss among whom are Mee dames G G Prewitt and Bettie Chen ault of this place The deepest sorrow is expressed on all sides at the unfortunate affair and the tenderest sympathy is extended the bereaved family in their sore affliction Court Day Tire crowd Monday was not as large as usually comes t6 town on county court day the falling off being due to the busy season with the farmers The stock yards reported about 600 to 700 cattlo on the market with prices ranging from 2 to liM cents Very few horses were offered for sale but those sold brought unusually good prices A number of sales were made with prices ranging from 60 to 15Q The mule market was not as brisk as last court A few sales were made with prices from fSO to 150 Auctioneer Prewitt sold fifteen horses prices 17 to 82 PERSONAL- Mr T J Moberly was jn Louisville last Saturday Hon R L Pulhain of Shclbyville was here last week Miss Kitti reach is visiting friends in Winchester Mr and MnD M Chenault are visiting in MtvSterllng Mrs D ShackeKord has returned from a trip to Louisville Mr RA Stone of Lancaster was here last week on business Hon J Tevis Cobb Toturaed Satur day night from Louisville Miss Stella Thomson left Monday for a visit to relatives in Irvine Mr Bert Powell of Irvine was in the city last we koit business Mr Herbert Scrivner of Winchester visited relatives here Saturday Mr Harry B Hanger spent a few days with his family last week Mrs W B Wilkerson of Lexington is the guest of Mrs W W Pigg Mr George Williams of Irvine was among the court day visitors Mr Park Hume of Irvine was hero Monday shaking hands with friends Hon C L Searcy ot Waco left yes terday on a business trip to Lexington Mrs Mat Adams of Winchester is visiting her sister Mrs B W Turner Miss Emma Hendren has been visit ing Miss Nellie Hendren in Nicholas vine Last week Mrs Jo S Joplin bad as her guest Mrs Kate Milward of Lex ington Mrs Lewis Francis has returned from a visit to relatives in Garraid countyMr R C Stockton and daughter spent Sunday with relatives in Ver sallies Mrs Lamars and daughter Miss Eya have returned from a winters sojourn in TexasMr P Baxter is in London where he has a contract to do some painting Miss Van Greenleaf is at home from a short visit to Miss Louise Kauffman in Lancaster Mrs Black of Cincinnati is the guest of her daughter Mrs Reasor on Third street Jir Shelby Tribble of the Stanford Journal spent Saturday with his moth er in this city Mr W T Barnes line returned from a winters sojourn in Florida much improvedin health Miss Pearl Rutledge of Winchester has been visiting Misses Sue and Fann Tate near Moborly Misses May Ballard and Mattie Tribble will go to Louisville this week to spend a few days Miss Lizzette Dickson of Paislstho attractive guest of Miss Van Green leaf on Lancaster Avenue Rev Geo A Joplin of Mt Sterling was here last week the guest of his brother Mr Jo S Joplin Miss Tillie Tribble who has been quito sick is improving much to tire delight other many friends Miss Doyle Letcher of Caldwell College Panville has been spending a few days with home folks Mrs D D Hennessy of St Louis hiss returned to her home after a visit to her aunt Mrs J H Neff The Cecilian Club will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Ansil D Miller on Second street Judge W H Lilly of Irvine was here Thursday shaking hands with friends and acquaintances Mr John Alverson of Washington Citv is the guest of his mother Mrs Mattie Alverson on High street Mrs Susan Oldham of Mt Sterling is the guest of her son Mr W D Old ham and family on Broadway Sirs John Turner of Campbellsville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W R Letcher on Campus Mrs Anne Russell Hogue of Macon Georgia attended the funeral and bur ial of her sister Mrs Mary Tevis Mr Ambrose Wagers of Cincinnati spent Sunday and Monday with his brother Sheriff Wagers and family Miss Willie Mae Jarman went to Lex in ton last Friday to spend a few days with her cousin Miss Alice Ballard Mr F F Broaddus returned to Bowl ingGreen Thursday after a months visit to Mr Wm Broaddus and family Maj Curtis F Burnam and son Rob ert R Burnam are attending the dedi cation of the Worlds Fair in St Louis Miss Kate Blanton of Jackson Is the guest of her brother Mr Rutherford Blanton and family on the Sum mit Elder J W Harding of Winchester who Is well known here recently celebrated the 80th anniversary of his birthThe Prandennial Club will meet with Mr W S Moberley tomorrow Thursday evening Dinner at Joes at 7 oclockMrs Curtis F Burnam Mr and Mrs James Burnam and Mr E Tutt Bur nam attended the gay wedding in Win chester Mrs Neale Bennett and children left Saturday for Seattle Washington to the summer with Mrs Evan MchordMr Mrs Bland Ballard and children and Miss Mary Traynor returned to Danville Sunday after a visit to relatives here Mrs H G Turner who is convales chug from ber recent serious illness was able last week to drive out much to the pleasure of her many friends Mrs C W Howard has returned to her home in Whatcome Washington after an extended visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Rufus McChord in the countyAmongtbe Graduates this year at Sayre Institute at Lexington appears the name of Miss Alcie Ballard daughter of Mr J C Ballard formerly of this city Mr fend Mrs W H Sims are visit- Ing at Red House Rufus Sims of Richmond is acting express agent during lila brothers absenceMt Vernon Signal Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles one of the handsomest young ladies in the Blue Grass came over last Wed nesday to spend a few days with her sister Mrs John R Pates on Broad way Miss Margaret Clayton of Beatty ville is the charming guest of Mrs Allene JacVson Boggs on Third street Miss Clayton is a musician of much repute possessing a voice of wonder ous depth and sweetness Mr and Mrs II John TWigg are at home after spending five months in the Sunny South They are more than ever pleased with Florida as a winter resort and report the past hunting sea son as the best and most successful they have had- Misees Ethel and Annie Heacox of Lexington who have been spending the winter in Florida are expected home tbis weeks These young ladies are well known here where they have often visited their sister Mrs Elmer DeatherageMr Carson of Oklahoma is the guest of his brotherinlaw Air J B Stoufferand family Mr Carson was at one time clothing merchant of this city but left irate marry years ago for engaledinOld college chums and citizens en lreetJudgewell and favorably remembered here ea one of the most students ol eljitbtJeoof Mercer coaaty portly and nandeoine and iris reception tare WM a eompli meat to hk high character and popu larity Mr Howard Jolly Traveling Pee senger agent of the Ciioetaw Oklaho ma and Gall aDd Jtockleland railroads was in Richmond Thursday on heel ness Mr Jolly be been in the rai road business for more than twenty agentiuIf e msUtTs THAT FIT RIGHT ARE OUR PRIDE jt it kind or wear 7 fitted and Try c MEN AND this State to his present high position Mr Jolly is considered by railroad officials as one of the best men in his line in this part of the country His agreeable and gentlemanly manner have made for him many here who are always glad to us chis routes whenever possible We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal froth the new mines that are be ing operated a 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 nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still in th- e1vctssee and solicit a share of your patronage Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky Of course every man wants his clothes to A fit right and that next to good wearing T quality is our strong point We have 3 sale of the celebrated SteinBloch and Kirschbaum clothingclothing thats world famous for perfection of Fit and Iour great assortment ofsizes adapted to every peculiarity of shape enables us to fit men of every build Clothes satisfaction easy to find hereJFit Quality and Price J Fine Suits 10 and Up Good Suits 8 andDown Shoe Satisfaction Too Largest stock ofmens and boys Shoes in Madison county Hanans Florsheim 1 Walk Overt Bostonian and other famous X brandsevery for Sunday dressup workday correctly by salesmen of experience skill our Shoes GOVINGTON BANKS OUTFITTERS FOR BOYS posted friends Cement We Coal exclusive Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D CHEXAULT mhlBtf Terrill ivy You can purchase a road cart or buggy at the Richmond Carriage Works at your own price Wo have them from S30 to Sm S L MIDKIFF Prop 26 of Low to 19 to Farm For Sale One of the best farms in on two good pikes 1t miles from railroad station and postoQlce Excellent improvements all In grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided extra easyE EVASS apr tf Red House Ky 4 Physical EducationFor Ladies and Gentlemen Try my system of Physical Culture and you feel like a new creature It is for you Well Man as well as for tile sick Curtis Adams Physical Director Studio over Crotchets Shoe Store Telephone U z IT IS i ITo Your Interest I I Jl fI To call and examine samples of our spring and summer line of Clothing made to your measure Fit and satisfaction guaranteed in every cases Why pay 1000 1200 and 1500 for cheap handmedown suits when you can for 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 ovn t 5styles=different styles Ladies Shoes J 110 350 StrapSandalscall and plain kid 90c 500 Kentucky Terms 1 will 1 s RICE ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky TOTE FOR JOHN B CHENAULT FOR AUDITOR C J PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATXOBHEYS R W MILLER ATTOKHBYATLAW UiciiiioND KENTOCK- TQjfice n the Burnam Building next door to ariners National Dank feb3ly 1A StrIIISTAJ ATTORNEY ATLAW ItlCllMOXI KENTUCKY Office over Slate Bank Trust Jo op posile Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OilENAULT ATTORNSYS A T LA IF RICHMOND KBNTUCKV Olflco on Second street over Ohen ult grocery W R LETCHER AUo1lIeyat Law RinmoNu KBKTOCKV CfifOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUV3BLLOU3 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofttee In John Burnetts old law office over Perry tThomas drug store PHYSICIANS DKS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUKGKObS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oc u ihr Dr Ilutooa building MInStreet H C ASPEE Jll D Medicine and Surgery Otbee StuuttV Ifuildinir Main Street tei hene at resMeacc the Carr place on llrwulvray1- CHUOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M B PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Slate Dank t Trust U fig Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE GratlMee Southern School of Ostheopathy D32TTAL SUPGEET Dr attt t ODSOt BP LoUISVILLE noOtto nut door to GOY rDMent rkillding lAaSad Ky OlBce hours 9 to 121 to OT117 L d M7JI Blanton DENTIST B MIHIt ll lldlo 113 TBLBPHOMB 196 DR LANDJIAN Hot l Glynilon Wn4ty May 18 19OT Ked S Dyspepsia CE F0 Digests what you cat ATTENTION We hare moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Gnrnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidesrFurs 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 2jn1y RICHMOND KY OeF InufeCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup lonl Atlantic Railroal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalllesLawTeneeburtr Shel IIM 345andilMamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and f t1Mam mFromFrom Millers Creek 8i30 am O M DROWNING Gee Mgr XynRichmond Ky Stops tho Cough loud Works off the Cord Laxative Broino Qtinine Tablets cure a coM in one day No cure no pay Price 25 ce- ntsTOTHOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence f Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbucklc Simmons Rchmond Hearcv Hamilton Vaco OPinnel Red JJouse J W Masters Valley View I V Whltlock Baldwin NewbyBurtonJ W Teater Edenton rottooburgLC O McWharter Vrallceton BIckner Jt Early Berea LT Coy KirkiYille Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WA 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 a vory unusual strength For tlll5e it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armere old stand ly STANDARDRotary Shuttle 4 Sewing Machine STAaAlD oaua LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE SewingMachlnefl stitch Two machines in one Run as silent as the ticking of a watch Run onethird lighter and fed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND with automatic drop head swell front woodwork and balLbcarincs 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 aho manufacture upCallbo convice- dARBUChJLE SIMMONS DEALERS Richmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 W 7th st Cincinnati 0 Stun Interest Vou 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 cropsandt 5 8t 5 5 ikAXt e1oot 5 1 5 And other kitchen funniture Our lineof Hard ware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you We carry the goods you must have and will interest you if you will call and get our prices before placing orders for fortheeOT 3Tm Da O which is the finest and most durable wagon on the market We make a specialty of Tin Roofing and Guttering Mr W D Buckley one of the best tin ners in Kentucky having charge of this department Call and let us you prices and we willmak of you qn everlasting viend and customer TAYLOR BROS Weekly Crop Bulletin Cold cloudy weather with frequent rains de1yd iarIing operations senwjsly and checked the growthvor all vegetation Frost occurred in many places on tIre 22nd and 23rd but no serious damage resulted Wheat has grown very slow ly and in many places is turn ing yellow Rye is in good condition and winter oats are looking well Spring oats are late and not all sown Tobacco plants are late and small but fairly plentiful There is some complaint of damage by insects Corn planting has been greatly delayed by rain In the Western Section it is about onehalf planted but in the East very little has been plantediGrass is in excellent condition but has advanced very little during the week Irish potatoes are about all planted in the Western Sec tion and are coming up fairly well in the Central and Eastern sections the planting has been delayed by unfavorable weather Gardens are at a standstill due to the conlilluedcold- cloud weather Cutworms are plentiful in some locali ties The peach crop will be al most a failure but other fruits are generally in fair condition A Sure Thing exceptdeathgether true Ir Kings New Discov cry for consumption is a aura cure f r all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B YanMctre of Khepherdtowu W Vn savs I had a severe case of bronchitis an 1 for a year tried everything 1 botIcured me absolutely Its infallible pmoniaguaranteed by all druggist Trial bottles tree Regular sizes 60c SI Ira Dictionary For the Blind The Maryland School for the blind has just given to the world what is said to be the first dictionary ever printed in point type The worka replica in point type of Funk tS Wagnalls Intermediate School Dictionary is in eigh teen volumes and contains about 33000 words The only English dictionary for the blind previously in existences it is said was an old one containing only few hundred selected words and not prin ted in the point type The staff of the school has spent two years under the direction of Messrs F D Morrison and M E Raddick in arranging the work for the press The book is printed from brass plates the impres sions of dots forming the let ters beibg stamped in the plates Applications for the dictionary have been received from institutions for the blind all over the country Balti more Sun From a Cat Scratch- on the arm to the worst sort of a burn Witchlinze18nlvei8zel Salve be particular to get DeWitis withoutleaving pilesSoldThe armored cruiser Colo rado was launched at Cramps shipyard Philadelphia Miss Cora May Peabody daughter of the governor of Colorado christened the vessel The body of Adolph E Openhym a New York millionaire was found in Harlem river He is believed to have leaped from a bridge on March 30 with suicidal intent I I I 1 STORKTIME 1anxiety painnecessary comes calm ncves- sleep drecuperation MOTHERSfRIEND nccompanyimaternity o healthy sweet dispositioned worldMorning andex graduallexpandingpenetrating and relaxing liniment Amon the aids to childbirth llotherJS Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among women welcomeflinBy lessening the mothers aw n of mind influenceispeevish illtempered and forms remainlag tzoeWilttK MMflMJ tHATMIMIIko Paines Celery Compound The Most Remarkable Remedy in the World The True Medicine for the Cure of Dis eases of the Blood and Nerves Fames Celery Compoundcures cases given up as hopeless it builds up strengthens restores When tired and discouraged this great medicine will give new life and vitality Paines Celery Compound is the ideal medicine and shduld be- n every home GoldIt in your Garret Hundreds of housewives who nev cr dye anything who think they cant dye or imagine it is a task arclosing the goodof castaway fab rica that could be made new with j DIAMOND DYES It is an extremely easy process to color with Diamond Dyes and the cost is but a trifle They are for home use and home economy We have a epeclal department of advice rind will answer frea nny questions about dyeing Send sample of goods when Jiosslble Direction book and 45 dyed samples free DIAMOND DYES Burlington VtJ Capt Thomas Rynning of the Arizona Rangers and forty of his men will accom any the fifty Rough Riders will go from Southern Arizona to the Grand Canyon Colorado to greet President Roosevelt and present him with a monster black bear The Wastes of the Body Every seven days the blood muscles and bones of a mini of Average size loses two pounds of woruout tissue This waste cannot be replenished and the health anti strength kept up with out peitoct digestion When the stom perfllrmdown health gives way anti disease nets oblesto digest end assimilate all of the hlieues and protects the health and strong h of the mind and body Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia and nil stomachs hSOMMiss Rebecca J Taylor the woman clerk discharged from the War Department for crit icising administration has fallen heir to a fortune of 300000 A Little Early Riser now and then at bedtime will cure con troubleDoVitts arousinggently yet effectually nnd giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach and liver that the cause of the trouble is removed entirely and if their use is continued for a few days there complaintSoldbyEO The three administrators of the estat of Millionaire Win field Stratton were paid 166 52173 for their services The XRays Resent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the X liars established it as a fact that catarrh of tho Stomach is not a disease of itself but that it results from re- peaLed attacks of indigestion How KodolDysIJPpsiaIt will cure you ot indigestion Slid dys pepsia and prevent or cure catarrh of the stomach Kodol digests what you SoldbyImportant Decision I The United States JCourfc of Appeals returned a decision in favor of the Government rthe Northern Securities case The Judges were unan imous in deciding that the Se curities Company is a combi nation in restraint of inter illegalunder SecuritiesCompanyis enjoined from securing any moreofthc stock of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific roads andfrom voting the stock it already holds The railroads are enjoined from permitting the Securities Company to votes their stock or exercise control The Securities Com panyis ordered dissolvedand the stockof the railroads re transferred An appeal will betaken Searles Wood aged sine is dead at Maysville fromthe effect of a pistol shot acci dentally fired by his 12year old brother It Is expected that a sys tern of wireless telegraphy will be installed in Alaskg for the United States signal sor jVicoby the first of Aupruafr next X a C f C R LoVe of Bardstown has caused he arrest of a sa loon keepe and a woman at Milwaukee claimingthey rob bed him of gSOO If you buy a Majestic Range you will not have t5 telephone us to come peopledoyour Range Is rot satisfactory wo will mqke is so bit such an occurence never linppens with the Mnjestic feb 24in Arbiickles l Simmons A boys tumble into a brook NewYorkproved the means of unearthing one of the lar gest illicit stills ever found in the State When YQu see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly RS pos sible A dollar saved is just as good as a dollar found We can not tell you where to go to pick up dollars but we can assure you that buying jewelry of us will mean many a dollar saved to you Compare our prices and goods with those of anybody else in town and you will agree that this is true If L E LANE Tho Garnet Hotel has recently and can accommodate the pub e with lodging and meals Reasona le rates Would appreciate your patronage Respectfully mar 4 3m It G Eagle Proprietor Eloe Grasstaitifor Rent b grazingluegrassnpr 1tf Harvey Chenault ++ + + CALL AT ++ + + + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St n Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it rmr King s ImiscoveryI B A Perfect Cure For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if It rails Trial Bottles t fJ WeaK Hearts everyiIndigestion onlytraceableg stomachhichthe stomach puffing it up against the oCIMrDKubteef NevWOus I lad stomach lroubleIKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only trialsizePrepared by c C OeWlTTft CO CHICAGO For sale by Perrr Thomas JRiehkin No 1871Jl S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we believe he is one of the best general utility horsesdoing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding certainly entitle him to rank with the best He combines the blood of three of the best sires that ever did service in Kentucky viz Old ftavlne Black Sqnlird aoJ King Richard There are few horses that carry as much of Old Peavine blood as tUR horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was bred on dams side like byOldof Old Peavius best daughters She could trot a mile in Lei 8year old form in 223 and only for an accidental that age would have taken a jew record Pedigree Iliuhkin 1871 sired by Curlls Squirrel 1372 Fun brothers to Cerro Gordo Dam Miss Richmond 5fU by King Richard he by Old Peavine nut of Pnoros by Imp Phaeton 1st Dam Leo Wood 2330 A 8 lIR by Old Peavine- 2ml Dam by Warren Harris ijontnark 2rd Dam by the Jim Huguely mare Description ttichkiii Is a beautiful red sorrel 16liands bfeh foaled April 201900 am woigljs 1200 lbs hn Las the- iniikeupftneness and action of a small horle In breeding he hasnt a mean CIPSS and h bound to prove asnporlo1 slro T Bicbkin will make Cllllb t the Season ot 1903 at the Jae B Miller farm on Ha panft Milijnike Silver Creek Kyj TmilosSqUtUof Richmond Ky atSIOto tosure a Living COLT JoneyDce in all cases when mare Is piirlod ihh or bred to another Vprte othirwree when colt is foaled All care iHH be taken to prevent accidents r escapes but will not blBT spo rlble should any occur if AR BirCj E LETGHEfc 7f r I NtwroClY lfj j I II U Miss Alice Bailey of Atlanta Ga II tells how she was permanently cured of inflammation of the ovaries andescaped the surgeons knife by the use of CompoundTho byashooting pains On examination it may be found that the of pain willshow some swelling This is the first stage of inflammation of the ovaries therestoredlifeIyears with terrible pains at the time of menstruation and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor operationIfollowingweek tofindgameeighteenbestwishesMxssAnother woman saved from a surgical operation by Lydia EPlnkhams vegetable Compound Read what she says DEAR MRS PnxuutI cannot thank you enough for what your Vegetable Com- POund has done for me If it had not been for diedLtyou hardly walk was unable to sleep or eat Men was irregular At I had to thattheygothroughme but I could not do that yoursSSIaLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable a Comnound and I am now a well woman i snau praise your medicine as long as I live and also recommend the same to anyone suffering as I wasRS MIXNIE OrTOSON Otho Iowa EPinkharnI leR Bianton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsprSO Phone 85 MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINSiJj lJ t Eor further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago CHOCTAW OKLAHOMA GULF R1R Combines the Advantages of Eastern ServiceWith the Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINE 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that this offer is going to hold all the time It is only made for a limited number of days and if you take advantage of it now and send 25c for a package ofU S Army and Navy Tablets which are the best for indigestion constipation and liver trouble or 25c for a package of our Kilkold Tablet Ve will send either of these reme dies postpaid along with this handsome present which is worth many times the price you p3J for the medicine alone absolutely FREE Meyers Medicine Co 260200 West Broadway New York