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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 i i tHE RICHMOND CLIMAXf d JLUllE 29 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1903 NUMBER 52 WE DOlLTSJIY MueH PRICES TALK Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling 2ash Store Than Elsewhere In addition to our Already Complete Stockof Spring Dress Goods White Goods Gingham EC We are adding daily New Things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons Etc and especially invite the Ladies to call ands e them See Our Beautiful Line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs the largest assortment and best values to be had in the city See Our Liue of Trunks1Tdascopesand Vakces See Our Line of Mens Women and Childrens SHOES the best ou can buy for the money c See Our men and boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in the latest shapes and at prices to please all Lr== = ===== If you want Clothes that fit if you want Clothes that wear if you want a Suit for your self or boy and want the best Clothes for the least money Dont Fail to inspect our Stok before you buy Orders taken for Tailor Made Suits and fit guarnteed On ly a look and you are assured that we can suit your money uuummUmuuuu LACKEY HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets iOME SEE You must see the Goods to appreciate there cneapness- p nit be ea satisfied You can as have t- h11ii Mstkal but we liave the goods Here are a few articles Km vy knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks jfc boxIT aspens lOu per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c TiM spoons 35c per set Pint cups 2c each Kimv and forks 50c per set Lamps complete 23c W have now in stock a beautiful line of Enamel Ware Tinware Etc tint wo are offering at astonishingly low prices You should M and examine these goods before making a purchase In Ili to dose out ou- rrSAw 015rs a e t fltW ilfer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at20c Jumpers 1111l Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of 1II Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar g you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY c i9 t Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY ShipperJfbf oooAlriiteJoal 4 ++ ++ 4 + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + +44 + +++ 4 ++ + + + + + A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary 1 J 2 grate without any attention Jf+ 4+ ++ + ++ + 4+ + ++ + + + + ++ ++ + +++ ++++ +4 + 4 1 Autumn Opening Sale oL SPURNITURELargest lowest prices We offer you genuine bargains in RoomjSuitsDining Kitchen Furniture t lIymVltestore5 their headquarters r I We MllOltl J please Our success depends upon it and the rca sonable prices atvwhich everything useful is offer ed will astonish and you Mattings and Carpets in variety Our Depaititaent is complete Franimgneatlrdone and the newest mouldngs alwaj carried Jos sidO REIiUhone Day 73 o Night 68 i47 4 f I 1 RICHMONDKY Undertaking afSpccialty r j jYlEmbalmer Final Fate of Mountain People With the great influx into the Kentucky mountains of foreign capital and the rapid deyelopment of the country we are made to ask What will become of the rural population of the hills Will they catch up the inspiration of the hour and seize the ad vantage of their untold wealth or will they let it pass into the hands of foreign corpora lions who care nothing for their simple people We daresay many will hold on to their possessions and become rich er financially intellectually- and morally But the simple laud owner the little hillside farmer who ekes out a living with his family year after year what is to become of him He is the representative of the majority of the hill people In many instances in his dire necessity the temptation of a few shining dollars to relieve his claim on his Corbin home is too much for him to resist He accepts it and with more money than he has ever seen before in his life he drifts with a large family into some one of the littletowns His money will soon be gone and he and his family wilt be adrift in the world He will not leave the hills but instinctivelywill return to his old haunts and in desperation he will feel that the corporations have encroached uponhis rights Which fact means more riot and bloodshed In one instanceone company has bought up over 50000 acrps of laud and there are- hundreds of other companies doing the same thing Soon the native will be put out of house home and country But says one they will be giv en employment by these com BONE FOQDS- oft and crqoked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if v ant to The growiiigchi1dinust eat the Bones must have bone food blood must have blood Jodd and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses every day give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger firmness comes to the soft heads V food caused the trouble RlgHlfpodwlll cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be tile right food for soft bOr sm chIldhood Send for rresaq1e SCOTTOWHE hCoJIb 4O941S Pearl Street audooa11dj J panies It is true some may find Work but the majority will not These progressive companies wit skilled labor which they will readily im port A people dispossessed of their homes by fait or foul means and leduced1oex- tr mes when they see others growing strong upon vhat was formerly theirs will be come desperate We would not cry wolf wolf when there is no wolf But being acquainted with the barae teristics of the mountiThpeo pIe we venture a prophecy Unless the Situation takes on another phase in the next generation there will be more bloodshed and lawlessness than in the past What rem edy can we suggest We would advise the people to hold on to their lands and simply sell timber and mineral rights reserving a royalty on all sales In this way when resources are exhausted the natives will still have their homes and something besides This seems to be the only sen sible view to take of the mat ter But how many will re sist the present temptation We are not ah ememy of the great enterprise that is now going on in the mountains We are glad the outside world can have the benefit of our immeasurable wealth At the same time we would not see our posterity stranded upon a rocky shore without a warn ingSCures Eczema Itching Hum ors Pimples and Carbun cles Costs Nothing to Try A B B B Botanic Blood Balm is a cer tain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery jllintsboilsskin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood upplvtogives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourish lug Especially advised fur chronic old cases that doctors patent medicines anti hot springs Tail to cure Druggists with complete directions for home cure To prove B B B cures samples cent free and prepaid by writing Blood troublesealed letter lm KEWSY Misses Emma and Ada Cornett of Point Leavell are visiting their sister Mrs A V Estes tractllflaedTudor i The Ladies Aid SocieiYniet ithi1llrs Sallie Tudor Saturday night Mrs John Stepp has engaged Mrs Minnie Runyon to clerk in her millinery department Miss Beulah Million one of Newbys most accomplished voting ladies came home frem Richmond to epend several weeks with her parents Miss Gertrude TtWoc visited friends near Baldwin Saturyand Sunday Made Young Agsin One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weeks has put me in my teens again writes D II Turner of Dempsey town Pa Theyre the bEt in the world for liver stomach and bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at all druggists 1m IRVINE bapt Wright of Butlerrjnf is vis iting relatives here thehousefromlouisvilleMiss Maude Embry returned last week from a trip to Lexington vlsltioiMrsMiss Judith Tudor leaves this week for a visit to relatives at Richmond Mr Win P Williams leaves for Louisville Tuesday be will return by way of Frankfort Mr Hen lY McDowell and bride WH return to Irvine next Saturdayhe will preach at the Presbyterian church the ollowing Sunday Messrs Robert Bergman Robert Smith Eugene Marlowe James Park and Charles Friend composed a fishing party this week Mr and Mrs Leonard West are receiving congratulations ripon the ar rival of a fine boy at their home last Sunday morning May 3rd The Methodist will commence build ing their new church soon When completed it will bequite an ornament to the good old town of Irvine Mis4 Ella Little who has bflen visit lug her brother Mr W A Little for the past seven weeks has returned to her home at Torontot Canada Mr Stafford the popular young organizedmornlnpr at 10 oclock at which hour they will hold services every Sunday Mrs David Bergman returned last Saturday frorna two months visit to atPittsburgLshusband who accompanied her home Mr and 1IIrilV A Little enter tamed at Flinch last Wednesday even nK hi honor of their guests Miss Ella Little and Mr Juhn Irvine of Toronto Those present were Mrand Mrs Bolt Bergman Mr and Mrs Chas Chess Mr and Mrs Thos Williams and Miss ns Ella Little and May White Jlossrs PavIdr Quick Arrest J A GnHedge of Verbena Ala was twi ell the IQs llal from a severe case of piles causing 24 turrors After dUo tors and all ramedipskiled BCklel s Arnica Salveqtslekly arrested further mid cured him It con alldrUiMl THE OLD RELIABLE seOY4 l b4K POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE HIS FIRRTCHARGETO JURY German Justice of the Peace Confesses Himself Up Against It In a western State whose laws provide for a jury of six in suits before Justices of the Peace a German was elected to that high and honorable offlb The old gentle men wasnaturally smart and being prous was something of an oracle in the neighborhood but law was a thing he knew as little about as most of his prede essors and successors of the J P genus When his first case came on he listened with reasona ble attention to the evidence but with wrapt interest to the arguments of counsel for both plaintiff and defendant When the argum ts were closed lie appeared ry ill at ease and not u11til reminded that it was his duty to charge the jury did he offer any sug gestion touching the case in hand But he came up to the situation that confronted him like a man and a judge Geutlemens of der tschu ry he said as dis ist mein first exberience in tschargin a tschury I hartly knoWs vat do say do you But as eetist mein tuty to tscharge f you somedings I vill do der pest vat I knows how Eef you peleeves all vat der lawyer for dot blaintiff haf saW den I tscharge you dot eet is your tuty to find your ferdict for de blaintiff und assess hees tamages as youdink rigbdt not do ex zeet five huntret tollars under der cosdts vich you must not verged But eef on her odder hant you peleeves all vat der te fendants lawyer hast saidt den eet ees your tuty to fint for der defendant In dot case you vill tschust do id undsay nodings apoud it ex cepding der costs vich you moost nod vorged But cscheudlemens if on der odder hant you are ligke me apout dis maddter unt jlondt peleeve a tamt vort vat evder one off dent hai saidt den I doan know vot in der hill you are goint ter to Green Bag TO OT7RE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets liltfailsa on each box 25 cents The worlds greatest record of a single crop of corn pro duced on one acre in one sea son is 225 bushels grown by Col Z J Drake of Marlboro county S C for which the American Agricul turist award ed him a prize of 500 The produceand the labor left but little if any margin of profit on the cropEx DISAPPOINTED J BStouffefof Richmond had Little Faith in Promises until he FoundaNew I Friend- It is a great disappointment to a per son suffering so serious a disease us kidney irregularities to be able to Jet no relief from the uso of cureaIls prolniseeverythirgbut ed man Doaus Kidney Pills come as- a friend in need for they always do BStouffernisher of High street who says kidneytroubleThe piiiis across the small of my back accompanyingtions most annoying I tried many curejustjustanouSthhey Pills a fair trial when 1 saw them MiddellpnB thistetpills my hearty endorBcmeut WeF08IerMilbursole afcaiHi iot the Unite l Slates sndtakelIcu A Few Blue Points on the Half Shell A woman who is ashamed of her husband nevertheless expects others to respect him Truth is stranger than fic tion but an untruth often saves friction Figures never lie but the people who juggle them often do We should feel satisfied that during these days of changing weather whenever cold contracts it is not bind ing No will contest has ever been wag d over the many ills man isoheir to To most people a clear con science is a luxury not a nec essity Straitened finances often turn crooked It is your luck that makes you lose your judgment that makes you win Thesweetest pleasures are those which we have not yet tastedWhen you believe your brain is idle it is in reality working overtime for the devilMany socalled lowneck dresses have no neck at all Men like to be backed horses do not An optimist is a man who has a weathercock where his brains ought to be A courageous man never knows ha is one until he has been one- Truth would not be so em barrassing if we would get better acquainted with it New York Telegraph A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box C20 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall SLLouisMoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dlscov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed J50 ponnds when I began using it to day JL weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonsA RIDDEL A Thought for the Day Spring never comes twiue in the year nor does youth return once it is past Each mustbe improved tfhen it is present or the opportunity for improvement will be lost forever He that does not sow in spring time shall not reap in harvest and he that does not improve his mind in youth will not bring forth the fruits of knowledge in old age A Startling Test To save a life Dr T G Merritt of No Mehoopany Pa made a startling test resulting in wonderful cure lie writes a patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulcer ation of the stomach 1 had often found Electric Bitters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed them The patient gained from the first and has not bad an at tack in 14 months Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed for Dyspep ida Indigestion constipation anti kid ney troubles Try them Only 50c at all druggists 1m Dorthy Vernotof Had don Hall one of Charles Ma jors latest novels and success is being dramatized by Paul Kister MtJo- hnDLanterc Wssioners Puffs Against A T Freeman ic DJt Notice of Sale In Equity DY virtue of a Judgment and Orderot Sale of theAprilcause the undersigned will oa Monday May 25 03 Between the hours ofll oclock a BI and 12 countyfpropertyA Tract of Land ClabeFreemanman lying at the iBtfrsection of the Four Mile and Muddy Creek roads and bounded on the eastbythelaaclsolZlakBroou theMuddyOurytagTERMSSale will be made oa a credit of ls togiveoreaetft Mk4 rvjru po I noy to SE SCOTT LL3CMCC t THE r BiJSYEE GASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY Men We Want To Talk To C the We We new the use boxes past 7 THE Life and in Drop A of of and OLD Ky January CO Ky Harms examined Meatand = thorougtilyacquanted with and of cart state that it u an efficient nerve and tonic It excites the te and digestion and is beneficial in nervous and all with debility Yours truly L D KASTE DINE M D COllege of Ie see that D B Cos have made him put in a big stock of to get whatjpeople will have tf JInft i IiJJ are of liver give immediate by pain kid ague It is a It is use in an and saves many calls of a MuUbt SC March 10 t90C iv A Ot LEWIS We that if every man in Richmond was a if every man in Richmond knew the facts in the case bat every man in Richmond come straight to us for all Each week we a little on this subject This argument is To The Man Who 0 Selection VARIETY is to be the spice of life In the selection of clothing it certainly the only spice appeals all tastes Variety is one thing Judicious Variety is another No one has seen our stock would hesitate to assert itpre not only the greatest variety but the variety as There are no outofdate styles hereno quated fashions but the widest diversity of all the man buys can alway certain he has the lest to his individuality Schlose Bros Co clothing we sell operate one of the greatest manufac tories in and produce more than any other in country There garments are as the Best and all bear this IRISOB OUCARMENTS- Cgatigtar Smrloritr M Dizen make of and boys Patent Kid and Patent Corona Shoes are only Guaranteed Patent Leather Shoes in or any other market give their written guarantee no pair of these shoes will crack within three months after their purchase are showing all the things in Ladies Footwear styles are the newest ourqualities our prices the lowest Give our shoes a trial and buy no other Ladies Waiting Room on the balcony is for all ladies to Bring your dinners and eat them here Accommodations of all kinds furnished while you Very resp- ectfullyWDOLDHAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE DayISeven sold in 12 This signature d4 MEAT MALT IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Strength Every scientific combination the constituents PRIME BEEF PURE MALT Loulsrille MEATS MALT Louisville Gentlemen Malt preparation mode blood InYigoratcs Louisville Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Louisville We Shacltelford customers Millers Ranges try GU I ftIIEPJRIYS BUCBMUGHT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE dizzinessbiliousness common indications andbowelwarning troublesthoulth ThedfordsBlackDraught liverandweakened livertopreventive ofthemachDraught yellowotherlocterDraugfctT always onjuuul for expensive doctor RItkDraugMfor takIngIIkldncywucoia1s vIF1fa11Ll1urUL believe clothing expert positive would his clothing publish argument weeks directed WnfscVariety ivFor is that to But and who that sents best well anti appearedinThe who feel that style suited whose America concern the famous Clothi inthc World Our mens sold this that Fine Our best you will Our free come and you wait Million months rvz essential manufacture especially prostration They certain said mans here styles 1Cares on every box 25c Il i A LAR6E VARIETY I of goods is here waiting your inspection and approval We have just received all the best goods in the newest weaves and colors and are prepared to serve you as never before We guarantee a I 272727 r Perfect Fit f AND Perfect Finish S S S If you want a Suit for good solid wear it wil pay you to get one from us 6 Stouffer Mahler Merchant Tailors J Wall Paper Just received two car loads of wail paper for nineteen hundred and three Nicer New and Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5c to 25e per sin gle roll We cordially invite all who are tocallalldinspectourstoqkbefwe you our goods whether you buy or not I ndCountryReady Mixed Paint I ei1turyItshindforyour money if it inot as represented W Perryd Thomas WhJteNext 217 Main Street Hats Off Your hats off if it isnt our latest new style better take it off and keep it off too bad to see such a good looking man under a last seasons hat An old hat looks suspicious you cant affprd to go around under suspicion Were ready to put a new uptodate lid on you today Our shrtsCluett Monarchare doyougoodshirts good for your looks your feelings your pocket Jas S Crutcher Co Main Street Richmond Ky 1 he Richmond Climax J C OHENAULT President AD MILLHREditor Manager WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1903 rUULISHKU EVER ItUNlt nAY RYI fhe Climax Printing Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON ABALTIIS ATTORNEY HON n A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine Ceuaty FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE Tlnnounccments FOR JAILER We are authorizpd to announce F J PER RINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C ORIGOSas a candidate for Jailer of Madisog liounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub lid to the action of the Democratic party LINCOLN county Democrats Rave Jesse M Alyerson a majority of sixty two in his race for representative against 11 F North It was a hotlj contested fight and Mr Alvereon proves himself a shrewd politician nr he made the fight entirely on his own merits The next representative from Lincoln is a Madison county boy who hIt long since won the confidence and rateein of the citizens of his adopted uouuty and to him the GLiMAextends heartily congratulations on his victory ON last Thursday a meeting of the Itepiiblican State Central Committee was held in Louisville anti it was de culed to hold a convention in that city on July 15 to nominate candidates for State offices The Saturday preceding this date was named as a time to select delegates from each county to attend Mid Convention L F1BioirCOii LEXINGTON KY JUST IN je fl A Car Load of BedRoom SuitsIn Mahogany Walnut Maple Oak Birch They are the pick of the Fur niture Markets Ranging in price from I 6 to 200 VThe design finish and price will make this the most talked about sale that has ever taken J place in our city 4f t pro8rCo1 you auADWAr IN KY TAYL tIji SEVERAL days ago Bookir T v ington was in Indianapolis and aShI ped at the English Hotel Late day it vas observed that his room had not been straightened not even so much as his bed being made up The chambermaid a white girl on being questioned as to her neglect of the room replied that she would not make up a bed after any negro whereupon she was discharged We would like to grasp the hand of this whitn girl who refused to clean the room occupied by the only negro that ever dined with a President of the United States PAINT LWK Mr It L Jennings who sold out his stock of goods to Mr Tom Lackey has reboneht an interest in the store Tito ityle of the firm will be Lacky Ten iing It is a source of great satisfac tion to their many friends to know that Mr J uuings and his estimable wile are to remain in our community as they would be missed should they move away The young people of Kirksville are preparing to give an entertainment at at tins place for the benefit of the Presbyterian church of Kirksville lhe shadow party given by the vnung Indies of the M E church at Valnutta last lhursday was quite an enjoyable aflatr Everyone who bought i shadow was given a basket and the queer part of it was the fact that the shadows of the married ladles sold more teadily than those of the girls 519 was rea ized MJH John Bright and sonof Stanford are visiting in the family of her father Dr Ramsey The ladies of the Associated Reform supperiningthie young ladles will give a poster party All are cordially invited and it is hoped quite a crowdwill attend as it is for a worthy cause Mr Jimmie Butner and family moved to Richmond lust week Moore Champ are making quite an improvement in their store in the way of a glass front It will be no trouble now to show off their nice stock of goods The school at High Point conducted by Miss Bettie Francis closed last Khrohrs school at this place closed last week T7ALLE17VIEW From the Argent Nowbyhinday A new comer arrived at tbe home of Overtoil Curry and wife yesterday morniug D K Jeffries and father of Janes ville Wisconsin were here Tuesday on business acconipaniedping in Lexington Friday The Falls City is expected here theIndiana accidentat the lock Several of his toes were antIdresssd scoredlourthamined at Versailles recently for a atAnnapolisthe boys and received a mark of 67 lastFridaythePerkinsmotherThesympany tended the bereaved husband The wife of Joseph Perkins a Mexi morningsomotimburyingLate Tuesday afternoon Joseph Den ny was riding horseback when the horse stepped on a weak board in the bridge MrDennyover him Mr Denny was unconscious sUfficiently naileyThere is tirec trhjn this section ofthexountry than all other diseases PIt together and until the last few IncurableFornounced it a local disease and prescrib constantlyIpronounced it incurable Science has constitutionaltreatment Tojeclocure on the market It is taken inter nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea spoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the syetem anycaseand testimonials Address fJ Cheney Co Toledo HallsFjtily Resolutions Jloolutions of Keprrt Presented by the lieu Cynic P Burnam Chairman tf the Richmond Bar rAwiilant Secretary of United States Treasury under President Grant JJembrr Cvnttitnlional Ccmrwi n of Kentucky State Senator Twentyninth Ditlrkl Oldest Living Member Richmond Bar A meeting of the local bar was held at the court house Saturday afternoon to pay a tribute to the memory of Senator John Bennett and express the appreciation and high esteem in which MrBennett was held by his associates a committee composed of Senator Jus C McUreary C H Breck W B Smith Jas W Caperton C F Bur nam and J A Sullivan had been ap pointed to draft suitable resolutions concerning the death of Mr Bennett and their report was made to the bai by the chairman Major Burnam The speeches made by various members were all the more impressive because those present knew that every word spoken was the truth and the memory of Mr Bennett richly merited any tri bate paid The following memorial reported by the committee above mentioned was adopted and8pon motion was ordered published in the local papers The members of tho bar and officers ot the Madison county courts pay this triuute to the memory of Hon John Bennett who after a long illness died in this town on the 14th day of May A D 1903 He was born in Madison county in March 1837 being the second son of Samuel and Elizabeth Cbenanlt Bon nett was thus on the paternal and maternal side descended from families widely known and who Illustrated the highest and best types of our citizen shipAlteratitne spent at college anti in the clerks office of the Madison coun ty courts he obtaintd license to practice law and was admitted to the bar in 1859 became County Attorney and continued in the practice of his pro fession chiefly in the courts ot Madison Estill and Owsley and the Court oi Appeals until about two years ago when his health broke down He was long associated with William Chenault Esq and was at all times courteous to his brothers in the Bar true to his clients and respectful to thb courts and was in all these relations esteemed and indeed greatly beloved Twice during his life he was elected by his fellow citizens to full terms of four years each In the Senate of Kentucky and by his ability integrity and faith ful service in eudeavoriux to secure the welfare of his immediate constitu ents and of the whole Commonwealth commanded the esteem and confident o of political friends and foes alike Every impulse of John Bennett was for what is right every promise made by him to his brethren of the Bar was religiously kept and be at all times squared his professional life by the true ethics of the profession and for these ennobling qualities his surviving brothers all loved him and will long treasure the memory of their inter course with him Mr 3ennett had in our social and business circles the highest rank He was the Commissioner of Kentucky at the Worlds ir held at Chicago lie was long President of the Farmers National Bank lIe was notonly an advocate of but a generous contributor to those educational and internal improvement interests which were or ganized in Madison county for its civ ilization and its onward progress often at the cost of personal sacrifice and pecuniary loss Mr Bennett held to the sense of duty so beautifully ex pressed by Daniel Webster with con science satisfied with the discharge of duty no consequences can harm UP This sense of duty is omnipresent performed or violated it remains with us for our happiness or misery to pain us if violated and to console ufif Cud has given us grace to perform it It will be a pleasant recollection to all to know that in lis last illness when he felt that his end was drawing nigh hv publicly professed his faith in Christianity and received the Ordi nances of the Methodist church and that he passed peacefully to his rest and in themeridanofhiB lifewaSBTnn moned to his Master C F BUKXAU Chairman JAMES B BoSir Secretary ZThe little Mission hand of the First Presbyterian church will serve refreshments on the larn of Dr W H Dodge Saturday afternoon A 8t dff 0 5r The Little Georgia Magnet Miss Annie Nay Abbott known as tho little Georgia Magnet will be the attraction at the Grand Opera House Friday night May 22 Thisyoung lady Is gifted with a remarkable power and all over the world her exhibitions have created considerable astonishment amongst not only the general public but also the scientific men as their testimonials plainly show Her exhi bition of magnetism or whatever force so employed can be called is as novel and interesting as it is mysterious and unassailable Miss Abbotts power of being able to successfully resist the efforts of 0 or 10 men to lift her and of even a greater number to rush her ngalnst a wall is a fact apt to shake ones belief in the assertion about oc cultism and the like being all moon tfbine and to make a profound impres slon upon the most sceptical Person ally Miss Abbott is of slight build and therefore it is easy to believe the state ment that she uses no muscular force Everything is done by tbe exertion ot a power which Miss Abbott herself can not explain all she is Aware ol being that she hasgot it In order to prove tho entire absence of any muscular effort on Miss Abbotts part members ot tile committee are a ways asked to place their hands between hers and the subject Prices 25 35 and 50 cents Seat on sale at Wines drug store ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that it shall be unlaw ful for any person or persons to engage in any game of ball bandy or other similar game in the City of Richmond upon the Sabbath day Any person EO offending shall be punisliedby a fine of from to 10 for each offense Attest D R Tevis Mayor- A C Wells City Clerk May 20 1903 We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners At moderate prices The best rubber tire npplyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Buy you girl a shower stick tf L E Lane IN MEMORIAM WHEREAS The Great Spirit of the universe in his infinite wisdom has seen fit to take from our hunting grounds to better mid happier hunting grounds above on the third sleep of Flower Moon OK S D 412 our Brother Robert Fully Therefore bo it HKSOIVED That while we mourn the loss of our departed brother we bow in humble submission to the Great Spirit above who doeth all things well- RESOLVED That wo tender our sympathy to the bereaved parents and his sster in this their sad hour of affliction RESOLVED That a copy of those resolutions ue presented to his parents and his sister and a copy be spread on the minutes of the tribe and a copy be sent the city papers here for publication J E SEXTON W 0 FIELDER Com H G CKEEKMORE Confederate Decoration Day Wednesday June 3 at 10 a m We realize the great truth that a people without the memories of heroic suffering and sacrifices area people without a history To cherrish such memories and recall such a past we gather an nually to place flowers upon the graves of our Confederate dead We ask all the people to meet with us and participate in the decorationThe committees have been named to aid in making plans and arrangements Committee on Arrangements Joe Collins C D Puttte J Press BeattyCommittoo on AddressesR W Miller J Talbott Jackson T T Covington Committee on FlowersMessrs- Joe T Jonos Dr W UjOldhaui Joe Maupin 0 W Cosby Irvine Azbill Chas Y Jackson Jo Portwood In Scudder James Hiighley Sid Knnatzer Charley Jenkins Josiah Simmons Mesdames Joe Ohlham Chas Searcy W H Dodge Anderson Chenault Maria Lynn David Chenault Thos E Baldwin James Tribble R R Bnrnams S L Midkiff Misses Walker Bottle 15 reck Mary Tribble Merriette Jones Mary Lee Colyer Annie McKee Lena Beatty Committee on Music Mrs W S Oldlmm Chairman N B DEATHERAQE DAVID CHENAULT Commanders of Camps J M POYNTZ Cluif Marshal ++t+++++ + 1 SPECIAL I 1 ++Dont orget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry Thomas Remember that dainty Majestic lunch next week at Arbucklo Simmons Everybody invited Bad blood and indigestion are deadly enemies to good health Burdock Blood Bitters destroys them 1m Among the enterprising merchants of Richmond that are paying especial attention to quality is the firm of Frn 3a Bros They carry goods of recog nized standard in all lines1and in cof fee they carry Blankes Faust Blend the best on earth or anywhere else tf Dan H Breck will insure your city or country property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldham building apr 8 lOt The Miller Range people tell us if I customer telephones us they tZb not like the Miller Range for ne to tend a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf D B Shackelford Co Neglected colds make lat graveyards helpsmenold age lm The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your attention to lila spring stock of carryalls surries boggles etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or betlerstylep Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Worts tfLMwwr Prop YOT OIis directed to the class of Fresh and Cured Meats carried by the Main street but hersrlhemail or der 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 il ase 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 eeriLy to serve you promptly and reliably Douglas CultonWholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky Summer Hosiery Being direct importers paying no middle profits we are ablo to give our customers the most modest prices In hosiery Another advantage IB that we always have the very latest stylesa very great coDsideraticn ts the styles change as often In hosiery an in millinery tj Bargain Sale For This Week 35cA PaIrThis Sale Only extra fine light weight drop stitch lisle thread hose Hermsdorf black Rembrandt Richelieu and nar row styles of drop stitch Realjvalue 50c 25cit 50cA 175cA PairTills Sale Only plain fast black gauze lisle thread double soles and high spliced heels Real value 35c PaIrThis Sale Only superb lace openwork hose all over an ankle styles terTBlyles from which to select all fast blacks Real value 75c PairThis Sale Only elegantly silk embroid ered openwork lisle thread hose in very choice designs Aeplendid variety for selection neal value 100 Central Store U and 14 W Main St Ky CCTAOAX rtL tglfjORoLL ToILO0r a loose Majestic Ranges IArbuckle Simmons Dan II Breck Fire Life and Ac cident Insurance Office in Oldham building apr8 lOt For the styles iu wall paper see Perry Thomas A My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writinSI T Th nililS tf Tenill ivy Inspection Costs Nothing Come in when you are assing our store nevor mind whether you think you want to tiny anything or not You may be wrong we may have something youjvaut extremely At any rate ve always have something new and interesting to show and inspection coSts nothing tf L E LANE 35 Majestic Ranges sold in the last 10 months from the times wo putout the first one Every one we have sold has helped to sell others Call and examine it and we think wo can prove to you this is the only perfect Range feb 2i 4m Arbuckle Simmons Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make a specalty of fine repair work and employ nothing but the best workmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand complete line of upto date station wagons bupgtes runa bouts etc Richmond CarrIage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Come and see the heaviest the best and the most complete Range in the market The Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Ntw Bakery The new confectioneiy and bakery at the corner of Hallie Irvine and Orange streets has been opened antI your patronage is solicited Fresh bread fresh cakes fresh vegetables and fresh fishalways on hand Mrs 11 Zeiman Hallie Irvine and Orange st tf From a Cat Scratch on the arm to the worst sort of a burn sore or boil DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a quick cure In buying Witch Ha Salve be particular to get DeWitts this is the salve that heals without leaving scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Sold by E C Wines lm 1 D eT 0 FIRM Having the livery business of Lyman Parrish I will continufj the business at the same and invite my friends and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make of Etc f and guarantee to please my patrons at all times Successor Lyman parrlctk Cor Thiri Irvine Phone sa KYI t 4 5 iI t j 2 ILadiesqualitypure silk lute lace styles trous black final 19c 25c A Pair This Sale Only Boys extra good stocking medium weight knit extra close from a lmndt visteJ niaco thread regular made Real value 25c very pretty styles of openwork best last black all sizes Real value 3Sc 25cA filllIIisses PairThis Sale Only socks openwork lisle thread in Mack white pink blue and ecru extra good qualities KAUFMNI STRAUS anD CO Kentuckys Great Department Lexington udiontcrI madeI purchased specialty Moving Pianos Furniture Elmer Parrish RICHMOND value3- O0Childrens Hosiery rw THE KentuckyDisk InterchangeableDIskorShoeKY Wake perfect seed beds Insure good stands erea in dry reason The bearings are nar row Give good clearance cant dot and are QUIT PROOF They are as simple as- a fCrUe Last as long as the OPENERSImade of forged and polished tool steel can be detached In a second as Imoonant as a fn to Cant work BKISJU5QIArRN a zel a l lus Money to Lou I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W B LETCIIER Jn apr 15 Gino Richmond Ky Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes I3 miles from rail road station and postoffice Excellent improvements nil in grass well watered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B ErAs apr 1 tf Red House Ky 6 C11ao of Music CINCINNATII School June 15 to July 31 35 pays for Boardand completely furnished Room for the entire term Send for Catalog and Summer School circular Address College of Music of Cincinnati Elm Street opp Washington Park Seth Academic Year opens Sept 7 1903 13 may 6t Master Commissioners SIe PUffOnEquityYVirtueaJ the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the shovestyle Saturday May 23 03 Between the hours of oclock a m And 12 RichmondbiddertheA Lot and Livery Stable inHlchmond Ky and bounded and describedas follows Fronting on Irvine street 48 feet thenorthftwIdeTERMS Sale will be made on a credit of viz months The purchaser will be required to paymentofthepurchssemoneytohaye Interestfrompurchasemoney S E SCOTT mayGSt M CM00 Master omlDini url Sale O W Evans Plfl againstNannIe bin Etc DfU Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale theAprtlcause the undersigned will on Saturday May 23 03 Between the hours of a m sad 12 oclock m at the Ceurt House door in Richmond MaSt son county Ky proceed to expose to Public foIlowlnA Lot of Land Situated on the east side of Laurel street ia ofeetandrnnnlngbackaamewidtb tEyanssubdivialoa prodacetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made a creditor sir month The purchaser will be rtqulr4 to iayettIIeRproperty until all thepurchIe paid v S1E SCOTTyew XCR0c k j LADIES MUSLIN H UNDERWEAR Ladies Muslin Skirts cambric and flounce with foot ruffle etc Ladies Shirts with deep flounce and four row of in sertion and lace on edge with dust ruffle etc Ladies Skirt deep flounce of alternate perpendicular lace insertion and ducks with lace ruffle to match Ladies Gowns V shaped and square yokes of wide insertion and tuck etc Ladies Chemise style gown low cut circular neck and elbow sleeves neck and sleeves trimmed with hamburg beading and ribbon Ladies Muslin Drawers wide Cambric mile hem stitched and tucked LadiesDrawers with hamburg ruffle and tucks Ladies Corset Covers in all styles from 25 to 49c99c 99c49c Ladies Drawers 25c99c Space will not permit of my describing one fourth ofreadymade Muslin Uni andfullII a I ruLIuIutI McKEETUCKl C- orOWEN Main and First RICHMOND III wC J Watch Found A watch was left at the State Bank Trust Co one day last week Ownw can have same by identifying and pay ing for this notice apr 2J ti SALE OF Valuable Property j ON Tuesdays June 2t 03 rr not sold privately before that slate the undersigned will offer the welt tnovni Fishier and Herring farm for sale on the premises iu Lancaster KT 0 the highest bidder This sale ia inado for the sole purpose of dividing propertyThe consists of 260 acres of highly productive land partly located with in the limits of the city of Lancaster Ky with a brick residence anti sub stantial buildings of all kinds necessary to make a home attractive cud comfor table fronting on Richmond avenue The land lies well is under good fence and in the highest state of cultivation yielding abundant crops of hemp corn tobacco wheat blue grass etc There is no better soil or more valuable prop erty in Central Kentucky well watered Terms easy and made known by the undersigned who will take pleasure in showing the premises to any one HC HERRING MRS SUSAN FISHER OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It id 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 10I bottles S5 5Ii LIjugs 250 5U Ibottles 31 tl 2I II jugs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky 90c 99c I LLW tsJ1820 N UpperLexington Ky Extraordinary Dress Goods Offering For This Wee 1000 yards fine imported all wool French Voile and CHIU tirul even weave and crisp finish in tan gray brown navy nCuban greene 14in wide Regular i2goods Special for Wool Ore pesSilk and Wool Eolians Silk and V5l Cr L weekO75Fuutetennis for the Tailored Gown or the Separate Skirt Mark incIJII TI per 2Sicilians cardinal and dottil S and50C vVCU For the Shirt Waist Suit these good hre no d IThe ill FrenchVeihingg 46 inches wjli thtIightfal of all the summer fabrics In all colors at GSc BLACK GOODS IItis well known that we have the finest grade of JHadt lJrrIin any market Every weave that innewin J wine VylOfI iK tEfcunines Grenadines Cheviot and Unfinished Worsted Pain lfashionable goods at prices very reasonable Iud SILK BARGAINS 00 yards beautiful styles in Wasn Silks the J5c anaiitv tii 1Satin Foulards 24 inches wide COo Checks anr Stripes at c aolJ A 24 inch Black raffeta fully guaranteed the fh23 qualit3 jrOuter grades equally reduced Ceile Chine every fashionable shade Sl2i and l Vnaiiv jr1500 yards reneh Madras Regular 23c and Wit grades Js L WATSON1 820 North Upper LEXINGTON A Few Pacts Spring is Almost Here You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a we willshdryou the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods conwcteEtamines i A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Swisses and Laces Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Uihso Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY ELDERS fBARGAIN STORE L p- 1S We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Gobds t Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries j Laces Ribbons Qothing Shoes and Millinerye j ever shbwn in this city Call and inspect 6ur line and k convinced that we can save you money i L Respectfully Submitted to the cds Tr detjj LL ELDER j j flfe Are Ready To Talk Business r Our line of Buggies and Carriages for 1gis now J complete and ready for inspection Come and get our prices before making your purchase in this lineo Dont to see our Broadway Phaeton it is the latest thing out in a vehicles i painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a Calwe guarantee satisfaction II HxAxsLcka Camag AJDotVis nieHM04YICY PHONE 232 e kCtTts1 T1 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET rHONE 16i FRE- SII6roceries AGENTS FO- RBoquet flour rite Richmond Climax I DNlDAYMAY 20 1003 p fail to see Miss Abbott at the- Urand Kriday night ire Thursday morning in Shelby r if troyed property worth 30000 r tile modern cooking wonder Ijtic range at Arbuckle Sini Pont get ln fountain in the court hoLe ai been treated to a new COOt of v iicli Adds greatly to its ap life may be sacrificed ton n attack of eronp if you dont 111 Hr Thomas Electric Oil on hand i emergency 1m i Irvine Charles Wallace colored cleaning a revolver shot himself causing II dangerous ifnot tL Ut- lIitfaiiosee the Greet Mnjes- bake biscuits in three min- I st week at Arbttckle Simmons 1t hft 111 Brothers are headquarters inkia Faust Blond coffee undo vi in ilsof the some high standard piity tf Mrs North McKinney sold her iiriii itO acres M Union City to J R liiiiar tot 1940 Mr Dunbar took ssion at once t CheKtpeake Ohio and LouiEj vi Nashville railroads have com 11arranements to build a hand FIII union station in Winchester set ofl4cppper steal anti enam r r kiu uteusils well worth 70- a utely free with every Majestic Jii Mild next week Nt Arbuckle t iiiig lit Baccalaureate sermon for MJ III flute will be preached lx Sunday Morning at the Christian lMii by Hw J Yo McGarvey of lXiit ll yu need to have your choir In iii vocal music Prof J W lIs late of Louisville is prepared to urn mi anything in the Vocal Music ii Mreas him Ht- Itfchtnond Ky Tie latest new song is Straighten up vsr that and when an actress in tv I xhigton Opera House sang it one I Idt wk every woman in the tIe nueoiueionslv reached for ulsear at the ringing of the first llfvenne otllcers raide a moon still in JSsUli county at Ross ami captured the operator Jolirj N Mimey and destroyed a large quinn whisker Some of McKinneye- red on the officers but no ono iiI nl us up bv phone or drop ns aj mill let us call and look over your I lit jjivn you an estimate of cbs I t u it gcotl order for the coming 611 We tie food work at moderate t All work called for finished ilriivcred when promised We ruibnr tiro and guarantee sara I year See our new stock of sur ry Allies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works S L MIUKIFK Prop Youll miss a rare treat ifyou do not attend the grand Majestic cooking exhibit at Arbucklo tc Simmons Miss Abbott the Georgia Magnet at the Grand Friday night Admis sion 25 35 and 50 cents Seats on sale at Wines drugstorefNo ware made compares with the Majestic The full set is worth 5750 but were going to guys a set free with every Majestic Range sold at our exhibit next week Arbuckle Situ mns Ladysjacket Found May S on Big Hill pike a ladys black jacket The owner may call at Prof Russells for same 2t Snccosful Operation Master Nathaniel Brown eon of Mil ward Brown was successfully operated on for tuburculosis of the hip by Drs Gibson last week New Coal Yam Mr Atlln Mannan manager of the I4C Norman Mining Co of Beatty ville was here this week with a view of establishing a coal yard at the L A depot Coal from tho Norman mines will be sold exclusively Art Exhibition Toniorrow afternoon the Art class of Madison Institute will hold a recep tion Work of thus year will be on display In the evening a delightful musical program will be rendered Time public is most cordially invited to attend Called Him Down A good one on our clever County Attorney cannot go unpublished While making a speeeh Saturday in the warmth of his eloquence lie ex claimed And what did I do in the war And a voice that seemed full ot interest yelled Nothing Gray son Tribune Strawberry SuPra Tho Epworth League of the M E church will have a strawberry nnd ice cream supper on Saturday night in time court house vanl between the hours of mnIa a a small Rum will be charged for refresh ments Pnblic invited Decoration at College HilL Memorial services will be held at College Hill church May 30at 2 gravesIpublic is cordially invited to partici pate iu the services Admitted to Bail Charles and SaUl James charged with shooting and wounding officer Tim OXeil were brought out in the city court Saturday morning The examin ing trial was Postponedand the prisoners were adntitted to bail Charles James bond being fixed at 1000 and that of his son at 200 which they gave and wore released Bold One nigfct lASt week unknown parties went to the farm of Mr David Chen stilt near town mid cut and carried away about 150 yards of wire fencing This is about the boldest piece of thieving that has come to our notice lately and we hope the intruders will be caught and dealt with in a manner that will cause thorn to wish they had never heard of a wiro fence Change Tine Effective Sunday May 24 the L N FcliCAiule will be changed as fol lows No from Cincinnati now ar riving at 1254 p m will arrive at 1246 p in and No 6 from Livingston Jolltce Middlesboro and the South will arrive at 25 p m instead of 3210 p in as at present and will leave for Cincinnati and northern points same asatpresont15pmnCldrchi Ccmmeccenent The Commencement exercises of Caldwell High school will occur on the evening of June 5h at the Grand Opera House There are three grad uates who will be addressed by Rev 11 G Turner Immediately after the exercises the invited ues 8will repair to the school building on Second street where the Alumnae banquet will be served The High school commence meats are always very enjoyable oc casions and this one promises to come up to theo standard ca t i j jE0Deatlierage Co ttt I iI ofLjcloseo Ittutatunce t Early t Bu hiol tJ f I f iEarlyRosef l1c jf Peerless t J J Al It ALL1KINDS FIELSEEDS t IEDeathiageCo l j r r f Wanted A bouse for rent by a steady respon sible tenant Charles F Yalthers U 8 Engineer Gov Bldg ma 132t Richmond Ky Seriously Injured lLast Saturday morning Tames Mer ritt an employe of the Hume Cooper NJreightU N and L A railroads Merritt theItrnckA QIay Ingrmary where his wounds were dressed He is in 4 very serious condition and death may result Excursion to Estlil Spilng SundayScimool FridayMay22for The mountains are beautiful and old Estill is at its best On account of be i ngable to Ret only a limited number of coaches only 250 tickets will be sold Buy your ticket at once as only the two hundred and fifty who buy the tickets be allowed togo Tickets 75 cents or all over 15 years old under 15 50 cents Tickets sold by Sunday School children Will Test lodee Cantills Cue Right to Sit In Powt A motion for H writ of prohibition requiring Judge Cantrill to vacate the bench during the coming trial of Calob Powers was made before the Court of Appeals yesterday morning by the commonwealth Time writ is entered by the Commonwealth to test the leg ality of Judge Cantrills occupying the bench during the trial It is believed in Frankfort that if Judge Cantrill should be required to vacate Circuit Judge J M Benton of Winchester will be asked to sit during the trial of PowersILots of people think that for broil ing they must have coal or charcoal As a matter of fact with Gas Fuel broil lug can be dne more quickly satisfactorily and econ micoally than in any other way You hot only get imme diate action but the hot gas flame quickly sears tno surface and retains the natural juices and flavors instead of allowing them to escape as In us ing coal or charcoal You would enjoy a good Gas Range Seethe Water Light Co tf Excursion The Sunday School of the Christian church will run an excursion to Estill Springs Friday The train will leave Richmond at eight oclock and return ing will leave Irvine at five oclock This will an opportunity to spend a delightful day at that grand old resort All excursionist will be granted entire use of porches and grounds but not the hotel A lunch stand will serve hot coffee sandwiches cakes fruits and ices so no one need go hungry A large crowd wilt take advantage of the low rate and spond the day at Estill Springs Tickets for sale by Sunday School children Public Safe As administrator of John B Simpson deceased I with offer for sale on the premises near lilac Grass Madison county about 10 oclock a in on Sat urday May 23 the following property 2yearoldmules horse 32yearold cattle 1 sow 7 stacks hay curn one good two horse wagon one buggy i 2 mowing flrlmngimplements Terms Three months will be given on mill sums over 510 good note without interest being required sums under 10 cash Sanford Oldham Administrator In Luck At least two ot our enterprising citi zens feel that It is bettter to be born lucky than rich We have just finished tho perusal of a letter written by Ash M Prince Secretary and Treas CoIEIyetithe oil flowed more than forty feet aboye the derrick and that for miles Little Richiaml creek was a solid mass of oil Tlier is no way of estimating the vol nine of oil that is wasting oleagemous riches with so lavish a hand Sam E Scott and Sam F Rock are the lucky stock holders in this city Dont you wish your name was Sam Teachers Elected On last Tuesday night the Board of liectluginSeptember DessieDUdley Wihhi1TraynorAkers end Prof John Noland Prof Suppriutendentment was paid the lenchew viio have been connected with the echooloa long as five years Tho Board raised the salaryttuvhoil the month Richmond boasts of having one of the imndIto year by this strong corps of leacbfirs An Unusual KenttmIricct Quite an unusal circttmstanve Occur red in our office last Thursday Mr ofPerkins sanvtuiuisubscription namedid Ureiwas from 1890 to 1891 Iu tire ratter year Mr Perkins left this COUnty for Fayetje and at that tlunableto settle thia account fettil so notified the maoHgoi oftlnjCLMAX but with the assurance that somo day the ac county would be settled he deputed and tHiS not been in this county since until last week Going bock to the subscription list of 1800 iam band that Mr Davis Avan indebted to the office for the one year as to stated A re ceipt was written foV SI the present subscription price but Mr Davis would not have it that way He said when lie subscribed for hepnper the price was 135 and Insisted that we accept tins PyhisreceiptMrleeliJJgJboweveriluat lie had just tiguirdtnas Principal sel comuttmnt Death of Jni John Beaaett JudgeJohnon Thursday night last Although his state of health was known to all his friends yet the news of his death was none time less a shock to everyone who knew and respected this fine type of the true Kentucky gentleman The funeral was held Friday after noon at the late home of the deceased on Lancaster Avenue and was attend ed by a large number of Borrowing rela atlves and friends among the latter being the members of the Richmond Bar and a number of gentlemen from other counties notably the Walker brothers of Garard lifelong friends find companions of thedeceased The services were conducted by Rev H Q Turner of the Methodist church as sisted by Rev Dr Dodge of the First Presbyterian church In this connection it may be said that before his death Judge Bennett professed religion and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and the hope of a blessed immortality Com forting as this is to all it must be of in describable solace to that devoted faith ful and saintly sister who was his mill isteringangel throughout hrs long ill ness In contemplating the career of this honored and honorable citizen all are constrained to accord him a moat envi able position among his fellow men paying the highest tributes to the manifold sides ofj his splendid charac ter As toa perfect diamond he may be appropriately compared That precious stone reflects its matchless beauty from every point of view brilliant in every color and stainless as a star Likewise Mr Bennet may be viewed from the standpoint of the citizen the legislator the banker the counselor the friend the son and the brother We all knew him in all these relation ships except the second in that we may safely rey upon the opinions of his follow barristers and these speak of him as a model true to his State to his clients and to his profession the Law which Hugo calls The Straight LineDeceased was a member of the well known Bennett family a brother of Messrs William James David Waller Samuel and Miss Belle 11 Bennett He was nevgr married For years he was President of the Farmers National Bank of this city and represented this district in the State Senate He stood high in the counsels of the Republican party and was frequently mentioned as eligible for the nomination for Cover nor Much more could be written concerning this useful and distinguish ed Ufa but we gladly give way to others moro able to express the univer sal esteem in which the lamented de ceased was held Tribute to lion John Bennett deed uritlm ctpcdaUy for the Climax iy lIon Jos IP Cajffrton President Richmond National Bank many times Chairman Republican Contentions and Frequent ly Mentioned for Gubernatorial Honors He was my warm intimate reliable friend for years Outside of his own fatuity I suppose no one Ws nearer to him than myself He was an able and true man devoted to hie profession and to his clients and friends lIe was a friend to all the human race and all were his friends As Senator banker commissionerto the Worlds Fair at Chicago citisen and business man he was highly competent and gave full credit to the various olttcea he held as well as universal satisfaction In life he set a fine example for the young men to follow His deportment morals and fine courtly manners to all made him couutbss friends He was never called on by friends in need or distress that he did not promptly respond He made no excuse but came at once and did all he could He was one of na tures noblemen He never did a mean or dishonorable thing in his life He knew nothing but manly truth and honesty He was not ouly personally popular with the Republicans to whose party ho belonged bus with the Demo crats as well Many of his strongest personal friends were Democrats Tho Bar tho community and State will suffer a great loss by hia un timely end JAMES W CAPERTON Tribute to JFon John Benntit denoted tctitten tfixxially Jor tine Ctifnaxby lion John D Harthoheofkeauckyi Itdrtfcst Lanctotfnert and Candidate for Democratic Abmiiiaftdn for Governor 1887 lu the death of exSenator John Bennett tub community in which he lived nnd the State has lost a Valuable citizen and an ekcellent man He was honored and respected by his large circle of friends anU all who had bvsiness transaction with him He was an em inent lawyer anti a BUcceeBful businessman He served several terms in the State Senate and House of Representatives of Kentucky with distinction The secret of Senator Bennetts success was hia unswerving integrity and truth fulness his friends and associates trust ling him linplicity Hiss illness exten ded over a period of nearly two years and during that time he received the loving care of brothers and sisters who did all in their power to allevtnte his suffering More tlitxn ft year before his death he professed hia faitb in Christ and naked for baptism and member Heteaeihalf a century oJ active life without a legislatOrgoes into the world byond trusting in the Savior of mankind JOIIN D HARRIS HViufe to lIon JoJm Bennett dectaetd written especially for the Climax by lIon Jerry A Sullimn Exatttft JKtir of Richmond Lodge f 2i 1W deal RXhtXond WtiUr tt Light C- oVE lwiiclet State Bank If Trust Co tittlJtJ Itang member of the Richmond ar- Hon John Bennetts life xra suc ceasful As ft business than Rod public official he was both con seryatlvo and progressive as a lawyer be was able faithful laborious arrd conscientious No member of the Bar appreciated more highly rb re sponsibilities and dignity of the true lawyer than lie or more invariably ob served and practiced In letter and spit it its high code of etbicv Ills wrd was lila bond By nature and habibihe was a gentleman the very eoul of hon or and truth 4hiohnphicitTbis was accorded him by all because fn a long life of devoted labor and JsEnd ly service he had demonstrated that liii was worthy of It He W89 s klpd generous man fhlalieirt was Ail gentle asa womans awd vibrated in sym etdferhikHiseiwrcisTaK a wale iaf ence He IBr a never be forgotton by his brethren of the Dar and by those who knew him best His devoted sister and brothers have tho sympathy of all- JERRY A SaLLiVAN Tribute to Hon John Bennett deceased written especially for the Climax by Iron WmB Smith who headed the Democratic Preiidential Electoral Ticket for Kentucky in 189C Candi date for Democratic Nomination for Gorernor 1899 one of Oldtt and Mott Prominrnl Attorney at Richmond Bar We regret to note the death of our esteemed fellow citizen John Bennett He had been for some time confined to his home but his death was at tins time unexpected He was born in Madison county in 1837 and was reared and educated in the county and spent his life with our people He was admitted to the Richmond Bar fortyfive years ago lie was at one time county xttorpey twice elected to the State Senate and wss one of Kentuckys Commissioners at tbe Worlds Columbian Exposition at Chicago and in all those positions he was faithful and true and just John Bennett never oppressed any Ulan He was for the right nod want ed justice done and lie was always mer citul lIe was some times blunt in words and a little rough in manner but behind the sharp words and seem ingly harsh way there was a warm ueart ready to listen and to respond to every just demand He was greatly esteemed by the Richmond Bar lila brother lawyers all liked him He never took any undue advantage and his word at the Bar was never queS- tioned Ho was ometlmcs purposely worried by them in order to make him a little mad when his humorous criti cisms and rejoinders would follow greatly to the enjoyment of his broth er lawyeys knowing he did not mean one half be said He was a companion able man especially did he enjoy his foxhunting companions and with them he was at his best He was a uniqne character War B SMITH Tribute to Hon John Bennett deceased written efptcialty for the Climax by Hon James Bennett McCreary United States Senator Jor Six Terms Congress manfrom the Eighth District exGov ernor of Amttrclir and Memlet qf In tcrnutiona Monetary Conference John Bennett and I were boys togeth er and we were admitted to tb Bar and commenced the practice of law in the same year at Richmond Ky We were associates aud friends for more than a quarter of a century and we were brothers in the same Masonic Lodge and in the Richmond Comman dery Knights Templar and in all my varied relations with him he was eVer honorable practical just and interest ing He was a successful lawyBh always respectful to the CoUrt courteous to his brothers at the Bar vigilant and reliable in the performance of his due ties and indefatigable in his attention to the interests of his clients As a State Senator for eight years ho was capable and efficient and by his ability integrity fidelity to duty and broad and liberal views he Won the respect and confidence of his associates regardless of politics and made a record which reflected honor Upon himself tind ins constituents He did not give his entire time to his profession but the great questions of education finance public improvement interestingtoand continuous study and he was al hmelpingtocounty of Madison and State of Ken tuckyHon John Bennett was admired and respected by all who knew him and lovedand respected most bv those who knew him best firm in hits con victions earnest and prompt in busi ness matters true to his friends liberal to his opponents and courteous and kind in all the relations of life his death will be mourned by the people generally He will be missed in the social circle where he had a host of congenialbe missed in business circles where he occupied the highest rank andwhere he was always respected for his ability good judgment and Independence He will be missed in internal Improve ment affairs to which he gave close at tention and liberal subscriptions He will be missed by the fraternities to which lie belonged for he was for ma KnightTemphttrof all his sister to whom he gave his affection and who were devoted to him and on he enjoymentsI and resignation with Which he bore him his lohg illness which last el for seVeral years and I admired also the beautiful devotion nnd Unceasing sister Miss Belle Ben nett who coUHorted him and cared for him through out his illness A chris- tian woman throws the majesty and sweet influence of her love and chris- tian Virtues over every thing ih her sphere but in the room where tinmind and body are enfeebled by di sease and hope and happiness are almost gone and death confronts its victim she is like a guardian angel hfghealtypeand brother lawyer I mourn his death and present this humble tribute to his memory JAMES B McCunuiY Tribute to the Hun Jolin BenntUdectattcl byfllclged4e t Allorriey Court Com tAsePoner in Chaticery for Ten Years I knew him intimately for forty occupying adjoining offices much of the tlnic Were nearer the same ago dud came to this Bar nearer the same time than other to of its members and dtir1tafl that time we were friends and ha was at iny LoUsS oltener than any other person He was a true man a strong faithful friend Without mannerism vet he had a manner without any elicit on his to Beem to be kind he wa- skindheartedIn acts more than words He was stronger by reason of the lack of anything that partakes of the null tidal It Would not be strictly correct to speak of him as a politician He did not seem to seek popularity as such yet ir certainly Is true In politics licoplebecauseConservative People and friends who differed from him politically never doubting his loyalty to the tenets of his party felt assured that the same truth fulneaa the same integrity and self respect which characterised him in his personal and private life would con asLegislatorIt was a practical baineas man and in his profession he ohsdrved an ad nerence to like methods He was A jndiclousjidviser closely observant of the rules Bud of the practi cal dlllgest in research and laborious courtesyliepractitionerjiluetrating togetherInCHAELM H IJriECK Von cant afloat to miss seeing the Madison Institute ijirls in the operetta E Porter next Wednesday night Dont faint your house until yon get prices from Perry Thomas on U kinds of pjet1h r Water i Light Company Htee The annual meeting of the stock hold ers of the Richmond Water Light Company was held at the office of tho State Bank Trust Co Wednesday Time following officers were electod for the ensuing year President J A Sullivan Secretary R E Tarley Treasurer A W Merrill Superintendent Ben R Daugherty Cashier Miss Mary Sullivan j Engineer J L Rucker Tile following gentlemen were elected to serve as directors J A Sullivan J Stone Walker and R K Turley of this city and A W Merrill and Wm W Mason of Portland Maiio The plants of this company are in firstrlasa con dition and it Is the intention of the directors to make many important ex tensions aLd improvements during the present yaar Travis Morse Heard From CLIMAX recently had the pleas IThe receiving a letter from Mr Travis and as those of his old friends to whom we have spoken were pleased to hear of him we thought that there might be others who would like to know of his whereabouts hence this mentionMr is located at lolo Kansas and is engaged in the practice of law and holds the position of city attorney There has never been a young man to grow up in and leave our community that was more esteemed or posessed more of those traits of character that go to make up true manhood than did Travis Morse The mother of Travis Morse was for many years before her death an invalid and shortly after she died Dr Morse his father was also taken leav ng Travis yet a boy a cripple and penniless With time assistance of fiends however he completed his education and graduated in law at Central University and began the practice of his profession here lie also entered the revenue service Travis Morse did something that but few young men would even think of doing After he began to make money young Morse called on the merchants and others believing that some of them had perhaps given credit to his father who had died without being able to satisfy lila accounts and settled dollar for dollar every obligation created by lila deceased pat- entILIOIOUS Irof J W McGarvey will preacht at Bethel church this county flth Sunday in this month instead of the fourth At a recent meeting of the Southern Baptists in Savannah ExGovernor James 11agle of Arkansas was elect ed to the office of Chairman The General Association of Kentucky Baptists will be held at Winchester be ginning at the Ministers Meeting Mon day June 10 and continuing during the week it is expected that not less than five hundred visitors will be here They will come from every section of the State The well known hospitality of our people will help to make this the largest assembly of Kentucky Baptists ever held and time largest thing of the kind ever held in this city We are confident that our people will be equal to the occa8ionSunSenti nel PERSONAL Dr L J Frazee was over Item Lex ington Friday Rev H G Turner spent yesterday in Nicholaaville Mr Thomas Williams of Irvine was in the city Monday on business Mrs Everett Witt and two children are visiting Mrs W B Myers in Shel byvilleMiss Taska Powell has bean in Win chester visiting the family of Mr J H Edna Rica has been visiting Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis in LancasterMr Scrivner cf Station Camp was the guest of relatives here last week Mr W R Shackelford attended the Assembly Cotillion in Lexington on ThursdayMrs Bennett attended the WalkerNorwood wedding in Lexington last week MrKathDeatheratfoa residence on Second street is being very much im proved by a new cOat of paint Miss Ida Million who has spent the past year in Cincinnati has returned to her home in this city Miss Annette HiddeH of Irvine was the guest several days last week of Mrs Laura Thompson ott High street Miss Bessie Miller entertaInedat Flinch lost Tuesday night in honor ot Mrs Vernon Beygs of St Louis RevILG Turner welt to Berea Monday where he delivered an address to the students of Berea college Miss Helm editor of the Womans Magazine of the M E church has been spending several days with Mrs James BennettMr L left Monday for a six weeks trip through Ohio In interest of the P H Lawson Company of CincinnatiTomorrow afternoon Mrs Harry B Hanger will entertain at an elegant re in honor of her guest Mrs Guy D Welton of Sault Ste Marie Mich gan Mrs Susan hits returned frdm a Visit to RichmondimMlsS athi letin Poyntz of Richmond Is a gUesl of her sister Mrs J F Reynolds Mt Sterling Gnzettej Misses Katherine tiushiUlia Steven son Rcy McQarvey and Franrjeft Junes came over fron1lIMISOp Institute IIlt week to be the guests ol Mrtm Howard Wilson for several Winchester DemoCFali Miss Nellie Peyton closed hef BcllOd in the connjy on Wednesday and will to immediately to the J for a two weeks vleltHlIr Samuel Ben nett of Richmond IB among the guests ington tending court day here Lex MrJ M roiitti Who Lai beea fRt eling salesman for Johnson Bros of Cincinnati for the past fifteen years will on i the tea j settla down t4jCnfQY tho trt1tl8 ci his 1 nrs of 10pehii mAde q ith It liilEtIJ It drllritiHihg 8h11 courteous aud pleASant th n It nUs- all along the line B retirement Will be a sore loss to Johnson Brothers but our town is glad to klow his genial presence will be ever with HS On Monday afternoon little Lucite Bnrgln celebrated her 3rd birth anniversary Quite a number of little tots partook of er hospitality Captain It G Gibson of Plnevllle who spent last week with friends here ConfederateVeteransa menaberc Gen Benaett H Youngs staffMiss Nettie Scrivner of Winchester spent Sunday with her sisters Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner oa Second street Mr and Mrs Lee Hoffman bave returned to Mtrfitcrling after a vteit to Miss Olivia Badwia Mesare SF Rock and S K went to IMrtouravllle yesterday to re1ntarstsdiey aiaserpnshtaI4 to b1DJ 3 9 STRAW HATS Finest and completest collection for young 4 men Splendid showing of the new fsbapes in wide brims with low flat crowns IL so popular this season in the big cities 50c 75c 100 150 200 and 250 Shirt Headquarters We are Shirt Headquarters for Madison h county larger stock to choose from than tJany other three or four stores combined wJ A choice display of the latest styles in fine 1negligees fos spring and summer Extra 1 Ivaluesat c 50c 75c 100 and 150 GOVINGTON BANKS J OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS b c this city to Miss Elizabeth Smith of Chillicotbe Ohio which was formerly made in last Sundays Enquirer The atheChill icoth e Mr Luxon Is too eli known to need introduction Words are idle tools in trying to describe his many sterling qualities He has al ways resided in this city where his friends have noticed him grow up from infancy to yon manhood without a blemish on his character lIe Is now one of Richmonds rising young bust ness men beine proprietor of a coal prominentElkhere and will come as no stranger She is a striking brunette and possesses a bright sonny disposition that makes her a favorite with all In advance we extend to her a warm and hearty welcome to our city and congratulate her upon being the winner of so true a type of manhood as B H Luxon We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from 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 hills nearly onehalf At the porfectSatisfaction Jellico and other grades Coal FeFd Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the ee e and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight LetcherWitt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone DepotjRichmond New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWall 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 Glass5White1st Te Qeo M Willging209 West Main Street Physical Education I ForILadies and Gentlemen Try my system of Physical Culture and you will feel like a new creature It is for you Well Man r as well as for the sick Curtis AdamsPhysical Studio over Crotchets Shoe Store Telephone 122 YOUNG MAN 3 tr Dpyou want a new Spring Suit or an extrapair of Trousers You want to s come and see us This is a young mans storehas always been and will con I tinue to be We keep an eye out fqr your exclusive wants 3 Why pay such prices for cheap hand me down 3 clothes when for the samex money you can have your r r clothes made to measure and made as you want them iI t SEEOUK JYindow DISPLAY See our line of Blue Serges all shades special price this week and next 1500 Fit J and satisfaction guaranteedJ4 f R1QE ARNOLD Main Strfel Richmond fY PROFESSIONAL OARDS 1ZAlOr r D J RW MILLER ATTOBHETATLAW lICllXOfD KBqtIm Office n the flnrnm3uflding1 DeJt door to Arraera Bank fcb3ljr S1lLL AtIJA ATTORNEYATLAV KIOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite CourtHouse on Main Street J 0 D M OHENADLT tATTORNEYS JiTLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery WR TAUornedeLazv RICHMOND KENTUCKY ESyOflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOR3 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olhce in John Bennetts oldlaw office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGLONSJ RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office la thrDr Hobson buiIding MlnStrcet H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Slouflcr Buildinc Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway IUHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D Mrs E OYance OeOsteopathic Physicians StateflankTsustilg Literature furnisliod on application siCONSULTATIONGraduates Southern School of Qstlieopathy BENGAL STOGEST Da t tQ3SQ nECT15T OF LOUISVILLE KT DulldlngiUohmSndnovl7ly HPvM Blanton DENTIST CVOIBceiu Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 136 i DR LANDMAN Hotol Glymlon Wednesday May 13 1003 ECodtoH BJyspepsSa Sure Digests what you eat ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East Eud of Main street to the Garnett House storrroom on Second street we will be glad to wel cotneour friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our mew quarters and we will convince youthat we are the leaders in the Produce Business 9n Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SPJnnlv RICHMOND KY One Minute GougSa Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup loiiniil itlulfc BftWL DAILY EX SUNDAY THAINS LEAVE BIOHMOND s or ersalltesLaWrenctburgtshell BM am 35 pm MamForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and 1154 a m mFromFrom Millers Creek 80 am O M DROWNING Gen Mgr KynRichmond Ky Stops tho Cough and Works off tho Cord Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets cure a enid in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents =O THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Weave pleased to state that it is on sale at the lollowing places in Madison county Ar buckle k Simmons Rchmond Bearer t Hamilton Waco O Finnel RedHouse ViewJNewbyBurtonWTeater Edenton ottonburgLWallacetonBlcknerJT Coy Kirksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses Wo can do iat is right with regard to the test nod the GLASSES mado to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so largE and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a very unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs arc promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly STANDARDRotary Shuttle Al Sewing Machine STATOJ4ZD OXANB LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH Two MACHINES IN ONE Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machines Mike lock chain stitch Two machines in one Run gq silent as the ticking of a watch Thin onethird lighter and feed onethird faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard GRAND wit automatic drop head swell frot woodwork and hall bearings is the grandest machine ever offered to the public For a cheaper machine the New Century swell front wood work warranted 20 years can not be equalled for the money We manufacture upCallbo convic- edAPBUChIE SIMMONS DEALERSRickmond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 21 W jth st Cincinnati 0atTic Interest You Certainly wa can Every fanner and housekeeper in Madi ierSwe call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators And other implements cessarST to I1fquhivafiqhTofaU crops and to the hiousekeoperwb csifattten omhn of j o Sk2 acts oakwrct eOOt Soes And other kitchen funniture Our lineof Hardware is second to none in Kentucky and our prices will astonish you the goods you must have audwillinterest you if you will call and get our prices before placing orders for orthetc O 3afm aO thetl GttZring Mr WD BucKleylne ofkbest t11l nersin Kentucky having charge of this department I r ofIllDserInstlDgI 1TATLn City Collector SALB- c of Town Lots ior Taxes for J 902 C L P Evans City Collector of Rich mondfity will offer at Public Salo in front of the Court House Riciimbnd Ky on Friday June 5 1903 Between the hdurs of 10 a m dud 4 p m the following property to pay the taxesfor same for the yeur 1002 White list 00MrsMrs Mary Bolton 3 00 50A00Douglas 00JW C Fielder 3 50 OrtBelle380OHMiss Emma King s QoJOhllPat Mac Mahans hrs 2 00 00Thos50Mrs70RJ B Pence 9 00t 50JlfffJone50WarfordGoColored List fChas00ThosPOTempij 00Granville 00Chas50Winston 00TobeHays Crulcher 3 04JerryCOSarahSarah Covingtons hrs 1 fFlushE M Etubry EXr 3 50 toHehocaJulia A 2 00 200Mary00NanniefiGSaraRod 3 00 POGilbfirtBen Harris 3 00 fKllen00Richard JIIVNaunie00WmLizzie McWilliams nr 3 00 taLoiJaneSallie Mnncy c 1 50 to1IIariab50Green1TThosGeorgia Ann Park 2 00 5UJennie fWinfiJaniceli1Iiuniiejle Itice gt K Donohue 2 Geo S Jarman J COis hiClunle bChasShepherd r 3 CO 60Ella60CaE8iEd Terrill 3 fJasOMiller Taylor 4 00 Dan Turners lire 3 fDanJames Tye 4 00 JHenryMary D Leavell 250 Miller Wmkneld 3 00 lOtLIeuLuke 7 00 50NarcIssusDave 5 00 50tJamesnr 3 CO 50Elias200BettieA50MacgieL P BVANSCity Collector Members of the National Live Stock Association have subscribed 25000000 to form a cooperative company to fight the beef trust if the projected merger is carried through says an exchange Paines Celery Compound Cures DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION AND STOMACH TROUBLES dyspqaiindigestion and at this time The dyspeptics train of evils may be enumerated as follows feelings of sleeplessueheadache flcsh difficult breathing and the action of the heart Is seriously affected 1edbyallaysinflammation the the stomach it opens up the sewers of the body and removes all waste matter it cleanses the blood it makes new nerve fibre it restores digestive power and promotes bodily strength nod activity Mr Fred Ross Oarendon Iowa briefly writes about his happy experience I Pairics Celery Compound as follow J It gives me great to to the merits of Taines Celery Compound I can candidly and honestly say it is the best medi cine in the world Two years ago I was suffering from indigestion and nervousness AId wasso run down that I could hardly walk without help I used two bottles of Paines Celery Compound and goj better almost from thefirst have bad no use for medi cin sin e1 was completely cured II When a hata good dress or other garment is a little faded and old in awayColorw ofadykeud4wal1v wlil t ulD leof wntrlhDkeod nloo1an4 U dy d wmple free JIAMSD DYES BmUagun Vt 1 9 J 1 VALLEY VIEW FbPltArnt4Mrs T T dorpci of Jackson is visit icp bersIsteTr Mrsj Klmcr Nortbcutt II O Carpentetiran wIre of Josaai ifaine county visitOil G M Lyons aud family yesterday Mrs Kizzle Canatzar of Lexington isspondiDR a few with Wvil Kanatzar and WIre of Whltl ck i7 Mlsfl SpMeJX Hadenibas returned to her home in Lexington after a pleas ant visit to tier aunt Mrs Ora T So per GlI Lyonn hud Son G R was in Versailles Thursday where tbe later appointmentfor Morgan Taylor and JasJLi Kanat bytlenthlto be the cause i Tho K neral merchandise business of Ledford Sandlin has outgrown theynreerectingW P Sowers and Richard Taylor are doing the work The good people of Jolly Ridge gave a court lay dinner at Hiclimond last Monday The proceeds which amount wl to about 90 will 50 into the fund being raised td erect a Union church tth place v 5iis Mollie Callahan anU Burrel yesterdayin marriage by Judge Phillips A host of friends wish them unalloyed pleasures as together they sailover this sometimes tempestuous matrimon ial sea TenyMitchetIt does an editor good when a man planks down the spondulix for five subscriptions O M Miller called at our sanctum yesterday and ordered the Argent forwarded to five friends emptyflourbesides working other wonders in our household for a man to come forward and informs us that he has friends abroad A man like that will be ac corded a royal welcome by Saint Peter gatesintoreceive a crown upon which is inscrib paidineternal happy home Are there others that want to make a start for 1theper prosMrThe Wastes of the Body Everyseven the blood miiEcjes unlibocesofa man of average es two pounds of wornout tissue This waste cannot be replenished and the health and strength kept up with out perfect digestion When the stom performdo Phwnnets up Ivudol Dyspepsia Cure cnn bles the stomach arid digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaton into the kind of blood that rebuilds the tis sues and protects the health and strengh of the mind and body Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach ubles It is an ideal spring tonic d by E C Wines Ira It required several cars to carry the flowers for the late VanderbiltNeilson wedding at Newport IL 1 and a wag on with armed detectives toke the wedding presents where they could be placed on exhibition and yet the- ancis that no greater hap ness will come to these pampered young people of fontune than frequently comes to the obscure couple who nd it necessary to borrow a u ollar in order to procure a rj heaarriage theehis services when times gets etter Georgetown News A Little Early Riser now and then at bedtime will cure con stipation biliousness and liver troublePrDe Witts Little Early Risers nious little pills that cure by arous g the secretions the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the omach and liver that the cause of the ouble is removed entirely and if their use is continued for a few days there complaintSoJd A remarkable cure of club foot has been effected by the noted Austrian surgeon Lc renz RaysIKozent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid of the X D ave established it as a fact that ca o t liseasefpeated attacks of indigestion How can I cure my indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is curing thousands It will cure you indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure catarrh pf tho stomlch Kodol digests what you cat makes time stomach sweet Sold by EC Wines 1m A Bit of Scotland in Canada At apoint 145 miles north of Toronto on the Grand Trunk Railway system is reached one of the most mag nificent districts in the High lands of Ontario known as the Lake of Bays District The region comprises a ser ies of connected lakes over which large steamers are navigated What greatly adds to the Lake of Bays value as a health giving and sports mans resort is the unmatch ed purity of the air one breathes upon its heights The visitor forgets hig ills under its reviving influence in Jess than a week and sees lifes problems in a smoother light enjoying the good things in this life which Nature and Providence have prepared for him Its bracing morning breeze which rivals the cele brated atmosphere of Pikes Peak Col imparts newl ng power and fresh vitality Handsome illustrated pub aPJficatIonR MeG SmiCt i Southern Passenger Age t Grand Trunk Rjtil way1 124 Woodward Ave Detroit D B Shackelfoid Co Imre con- traccewwti4suThTmri tye ale qf their Raiigef iri FtJr i5 f If yijn buy a Majestic Rango you will not have to telephone us to come nnd take it out as the Majestic people do jitt make that kirfd Of course if your Range is not satisfactory wo will make is so but such an occnrence never happens with the Majestic fob 25 4m Arbnckles Simmons When you see a dollar you quite naturally pick it up as quickly as pos sible A dollar saved is just as good as dollar found We can not tell you whereto 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 elsd In town and you will agree that this is true tf L E LANE Time Garnet Hotel has recently opened and can accommodate the public wiUiilodging and meals Reasons ble rates Would appreciate your patronage Respectfully mar 4 3m R G Engle Proprietor A Sure Thing exceptdeathnndgetliertrue Dr Kings New Dlscov for consumption it sure cure fIrerr lung and throat troubles Thonc BVanMotre bronchitisheard of but got no relief One bottle ofDr Kings New Discovery thou infallibleformonia and consumption Try it Itsguaranteed by all druggist Trial bot ties free Regular sizes SOc 1110 Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chcnault ++ +CALL AT + + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoza Water Kept on Tap sssssasssssssssssssssss one 3 Second St t Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it King9News For PricegA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free Weak HeartsAr onryoneIndigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthaticatestomachIroablewit h It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four nths and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat d relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure B ttles enlr trialsizeepared by E O DeWITT 8 CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas Richkin No 187121 S H R In offering the services of this young stallion to the Public we have no hesitation in saying that we balievelie is one of the best general utility horses doing public service today in Kentucky His style action size and breeding cer tainly 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 fcarine raCk Sqolrd and King Richard There are few horses that carry as much of Old Peaviue bloodas this horse Lou Chief the 3500 mare was bred on dams side like this horse being out of a mare by Old Peavine llichkiii is out of one of Old Feavines best daughters She could trot a mile in her 3year old form in 225 and only for an accidental that age would have taken a low record Pedigree Itichkin 1871 sired by Curtis Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cerro Gordo Dam Miss Richmond SJUby King Richard he by Old Peavine out of Plioros by Imp Phaeton 1st Dam Lee Wood 2330 A S II R by Old Peavine 2nd Path by Warren Harris Lienmark 2rd Dam oy the Jim rrng ely mare Description lliclikin Is u beantifut red sorrel 16 hands high foaled April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 lbs bo has the makeup fineness and action ot a hatutna superior slro rn1 makeermsaj hoJne U llillerVarin on Ha jn3 Mill pike Silver Creek Ky r miles South oE Richmond K ut 20 lo Insure a Living COLT Money Due in all cases when mare is parted with or brett u another horse olherwito when colt U fonle All car6 vlUbd taken to prcvon ncelmlent or escapes but Will not be responsible should any occur = =ARBUGKLE LETCHER jJo IlJJTUCXY 7 R r== drLceEv mother possesses information of vital value to her youngdaughtor That daughter is a precious legacy and the responsibilityfor her future is largely in the hands of the mother mysteriouschange that develops the thoughtless girl into the thoughtful womansuiq lfind mother on the ivatci J and night As she cares fortholpiiysical also wellheing of her daughter so will the woman be and her experiencestion to sleep pains in the back and lower limbs eyes dim desire forsolitude and a dislike for th society of other girls when she is a mys promptlyAVegetable Compound It the young is system for Pinkimams the comingchange and is the surest reliance in this of triaL I if I Interesttoin the LandDEAn Ins aUmothershcalth broke down about six months daughter TIer age Idid not understand what ago and althoughshe is large for her for he was with her the doctor did not eithertreated her for her heart which pained her a good dealdo her but he did notgoodandany we were afraid heart trouble wouldday she kept carry her off Everygetting whiter and thinner She hadaround no appetite and she sit night any ambition and was always to tired to do anything All painIright but money for doctors billsalong she l was receiving no help At that time I was taking Lydia booksnI wish give her your medicineyou could thesee in her and the pink cheekshams Yegctablc Lydia E PinkCompound has given her Shebottle when had taken but half amenstruation started again and her heart trouble 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