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I j li CLIMAXTf A VOLUME 30RICHMOND MADISON itJlU7EDOJVT SAY MUeH i PRICES TALK Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Gash Store X Tnan Elsewhere i SpringJDresst I We are adding daily New Tliings in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons Etc and especially invite j the Ladies to call ands e them See Our Beautiful Line of v J Carpets Mattings and Rugs theiarg t ssoi ttpeQtarid best values to be had in the city V See Our Liue ofc f Trunks Telascopes and Valices See Our Line of Mens Women and ChildrenssSHQES thStjou can buy for the money See Our men and boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in the latest shapes and at prices to iplease all p If you want Clothes that fit if you want Clothes that wear if you want a Suit for yourself or boy and want the best Clot es for the least money Dont Fail to inspect our Stock 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 1ACKYUM11LTONC- or Main and First Streets eoME SEB You must see the Goods to appreciate there cneapness Do not be easily satisfied You can just as easily have the best goods at lowest prices obtainable Our ad may sound egotistical but we have the goods Here are a few articles Emery knife sharpeners lOc Carpet tacks Ic box Teaspoons lOc per set Matting tacks 3 boxes 5c Table spoons J5c per set Pint cups 2c each Knive and forks 50e per set Lamps complete 23c We have now in stocka beautiful line of T r Enamel Ware Tinware Etc that we are offering at astonishingly low prices You should iall and examine these goods before making a purchase In ord or to close out our e SAxve 01 SYiVrts aY Gxveex rwe now offer 50 cent shirts at 35c 25c Shirts at 20c Jumpers LO and 25c Overalls 35c Have now in stock a nice line of Fishing Tackle at low prices If you are looking for bar gains you cannot afford to pass us THE RACKET STORE Opposite Blue Grass Grocery MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY a C1 Hill Coal Co tORLANDOKY Shippers of 2 r it t eAlnite7loal + + 4 4 + 4+ t+ + + + + + + +++ + ++ ++ + ++ + +++ t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J JJ grate without any attention v+ + + + 4+ 44 ++ + +t4 ++ + + + + 4 ++++ + + ++ + + P st 0 fl Autumn Opening Sale oL FURt4ITURELargest h lowest prices you m r Iron Beds Bed Room Sujts v DIn x giiIoomand i t ng J Kif lj y ti1 r lTktl H + We guaranteed to save 4money W ecordially inYite our country friends to aUmak9our stre their headquarters rI W Mlll1sit f jIAif 0Jitand the rea Our successplease which everythingJ4sefuUs offer son price at and ed will astonish and delight you is- i Our ure Depatment complete Framing neatly done and the mouldings always dO S fT VJ L1N vRIGHNTONDr KYrPhD1y73 WRvuoUndertaking jl Kentucky Baptists The Kentucky Baptists will meet in their general asso ciation at Winchester June 16 The statistical figures show Number ofAssocia tions 71 No of churches 1671 No of baptisms 9321 No of members 190994 No of Sunday schools 0 978 No of scholars 53655 No of officers and teachers 5866 Value I of church property 2284560 Foreign missions 15613 Home missions 11862 State and district missions 21143 Ministerial ceduca- tion 2260 Ministers Aid Society 6563 Orphans Home 7175 Total436841Su- ndayschool contributions for all purposes 8j97603 Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the way place ra mote from civilization a family is often driven to desperation in case of accident resulting in burns cuts wounds ulcers etc LilY in a supply of Buck Ions Arnica Salve Its best on earth 25c at all drug stores 1m More than 1000000 bush els of coal started south from Pittsburg due to a two foot rise in the river caused by heavy rains in the Monoriga hela jand Allegheny valleys That throbbing headache would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit forsitk and nervous headaches They make pure blood and build up centsinonoyIlIgist A receiver for the Louis ville Evening Post Compan was appointed by the United States Circuit Court upon application of Stuart RKnott a creditor of the company Kentucky tHAU T A U U A eventoenthiAnnual Session Woodland Park Lexington Ky June 30 July VQ College Day July 8th GREAT PROGRAM JULY Jlthx Gen Fnzhl1J Lee and Others For detailed IlIl1atrate4program- Address CHAS SCOTT ntMgr Xl aTOJfJ u 1 lWell Known If you should fikup Frankfort avenue tsk fo the name of the man e more good in its VHanffrjgjO would oe told t sti fear Henry H Sweets rJltor of the James Lees Memo rial Presbyterian church Up and down the avenue and along the intersecting streets in the pretty cottages are the members of his congregation honest hardworking people who have come to look upon their pastor as their true friend and benefactor When care and sorrow stalk among them he is their counselor and their comforter when business troubles come to them when strikes are threat ened and hard times arrive Dr Sweets mingles among his people and inspires them with hope and courage It is a living church over which Dr Sweets presides Started in a bumble way it has grown to large proportions Realizing the needs of his people Dr Sweets has started read ing clubs industrial classes and introduced many whole some and helpful diversions And with all this he is the youngest preacher in Louis villeLouisville Times Ladies snd Children Invited- All ladies and children who cannot stand the shocking strain ot laxative trytheare different from all other pills They do nut purge the system Even a double dose will not gripe weaken or sick EasyPillsays nothing better can be used for constipation sick headache etc Bob Moore Lafayette Ind says all others grille and sicken while DtWitts Little Early Risers do their work well and easy Sold by E C Wines Im Old Remedy Revived Those mothers who insist upon their boys wearing heavy hot shoes during the summer should read the fol lowing clipped from an ex change You never heard of a wild enimal that had rheumatism until it reached captivity and was kept off the earth You never heard of a horse that had rheumatism until it was shod with iron and kept off the earth You never heard of a dog that had rheumatism untii it became a household pet and was pam pered kept off the earth The heathetis of Africa and the Pacific islands never had rheumatism so far as we know until they got to wearing sandals or shoes I once knew a fool man who whenever he got sick would dig a trench in his gardeulie down in it and have his wife cover him with fresh earth as far up as his chin He would re main there for an hour or two then get up in fine spir its Mother earth The contact It looked like the resur rectionand it was Let all the boys go barefooted Worst of All Experiences Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute wilt bp your last Such was the expelience ot Mrs S H Newson DecaturAla For three years painfrortrouble Death seemed inevitable when doctors and all remedies failed At length I was induced to try Elec tric Bitters and the result was miracu Ions I improved at once and now Im completely recovered For liver iidney stomach and bowel troubles Electric Bitters h the only medicine Only 50c Its guaranteed by all druggists 1m J The Kiss A kiss is a peculiar propo sition Of no use to one yet absolute bliss for two The small boy gets it for nothing the young man has to steal it I and the old man has to buy it i The babys right the lovers privilege the hypocrite s mask To a young gkl faith to a married woman hope and to an old maid charity Nashville Banner TO oUr A COLD IK OOT6DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents A tutor who tooted theflute Tried to tutor two tooters to toot Said the two to the tutor Is it easier to toot or To tutor two tooters to tootKodol Gives Strength by enabling the digestive organs to d- igesaIinhIateand transform all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that nourishes the nerves reeds the tissues hardens the muscles and recuperates the organs of DyapepdaCure stomaIm II Disease takes no surtinerf vacation Vi J m I k Lyc Mefifl tji J110IsOnsummer as in Send for free sample CIIcmlsls4DMS York soc and ioo all drugsts Two Big Mosquito Yarns They were telling mosquito stories They bad prevari rated right along to the amusement of the listeners and each was about to run out of yarns Each felt that it vas time to get in his best yarnIWhy over in Jersey said the Harlem manHI was spending the night with a friend near a big swamp After I crawled in bed I heard a crushing noise near my head and turned around to find that a mosquito had been perambulating through the hallway and got mad and had driven his bill through the ceiling into my room I jumped up seized a monkey wrench and bradded the bill on the inside Then I walk ed through side door seized a shotgun loaded it with buck shot fired the whole load into that mosquito and went to bed again Later on I heard another noise Going out to investigate ascertained that the mosquito had broken his bill off and had gone out of the house minus a part of his probingapparatus Three days later I saw that same mosquito eating a chicken it hadcaughtI you are a very strict churchman said the other man and of course you had to tell the whole truth about that story but Ill tell you what is a fact Down in the Florida Everglades there is a mosquito that beats yours I was fishing on a creek one day when I heard an awful buzzing noise overhead Look ing UP I saw a mosquito fly ing along with a halfgrown colored child under one wing and a grindstone under the other Occasionally he would grindI you story istrue 1 will cross my heartThe third liar had prepared toisay something but he saw the threatening looks on the facesof the crowd and de sisted Ifyoa need to have your choir drilled in vocal music Prof J W Hicks late of Louisville is prepared to give you anything in the Vocal Music line Address him at JfRichmond Ky Served Him Right A western editor said fhat silver buckles on garters were becoming fashionable and he hoped to see more of them His wife sued for divorce and the only woman in town who had silver buckles on her garters cbwhided the editor until he was as raw as a potato Cures Blood and Skin Diseases Itching Humors Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our ex penseIf suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula blood poison caneer eating sores itching skin pimples boils bone pains swellings rheumatism catarrh orany blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm Especially recommended for old obstinate d epseated eases of ma ignant blood or skin disease because Botanic Blood Balm kills the poison in the blood cures where all else fails heal every sore makes the blood pure and ofiheallhpurifier made Improves tho digestion strengthens weak kidneys Thorough ly tested for thirty years 31 per largo bottle at drugstores with complete directions for homo cure Sample of Blood Balm sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m A Womans Request Oer my grave I pray you dear Plant no roses sweetaud rarer r that tribute naughtlJl Scare Send me roses while Im here At St Louis the jury in the case of former Delegate JJHannigan charged with ac ceptinga bribe returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishmenc at five years in the penitentiary This is the IStli bpodling ease that has been tried and the 17th cotivictiofi t 5 j iKssscNew York Fashions- j Plaited straw fans are very fetching and cost bufca few cents Silver birch iurniture is well liked for porch and campuses Many of the seasons hats are actual petticoatsso frill ed and flounced with lace are theyPongee parasols whichare always useful as well as pret tyare much in evidence- A linencolored gown is al ways good for service One very natty affair of this kind has collar and lapels of black cloth stitched with white The lapels extend the full length of the coat On the cuffs appear narrow bands of the black At Lord Taylors where everything that is sterling useful beautiful rare and dainty may be foundthere- are exquisite lingerie bats in an infinity of fascinating con ceits One especially charm jag specimen has low crown and wide rim of embroidery in panels and edged with val lace Under the rim twines a long rich white plume with entrancing effect and pale blue ribbon of exclusive quality encircles the crownWhite lace yokes adorn colored linen gowns as well as whitecostumes For col ored separate waistsare seen the craze being for white onesMost of the white waists are sufficiently transparent to reveal the outline of the form to say nothing of the trimings on the corset cover It be hooves ladies to look well to their underpinning which careful dressers do under all circumstancesThe little onepiece French corsets find great fa vor When they fit well over a good corset the two together impart a distinctive touch of grace and elegance to the human formwhich without such enhancements does not always appear divine There is no good point of a womans figure which the R G corset will not emphasize and no deficiency short of abso lute deformity that it will not so modify as to render scarcely distinguishable- A lovely pink linen gown is trimmed with big white cir cular medallions edging the skirt Smaller ones edge the bodies and are set in the yoke Evelyn Cable A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tho kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two monlhe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Mercbant Richmond K BEAD TillS Richmond Ky Feb 9t 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDenr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble J weighed 150 pounds when Ibegan usinc- it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7ianly JouvA RIDDEL Ambition A silk petticoattremark ed the observer of men and things makes enough noise in the world to satisfy the ambition ofa good many women Detroit Journal Recently a Butler county girl was telling some of her girl chums that she wore yellow garters indicating that she was for the gold standard Just then her sweetheart stepped up and joined the group and to him she appeal ed You know tarn for the gold standard dont you Willie And the other girls giggled and perhaps are won dering yel how Willie knew The citizens of Indian Territory have raised 25000 for an exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair torisupplement a governmeai appropriation lthe same amouiit TiZPCt mJf iTHE if if j fI j8USY BEE GMSH S2FORE fW RICHMOND K NTU KYIr1 f Men We Want To Talk To 1 Loatsvlllo bclievothat Richmond Richmond positive Richmond straight clothing The Man Who Wants Variety Selection spice selection clothing is spice appeals tastes Variety bill thing Variety another who stock would hesitate it Isents only greatest variety larletyI no outofdate styles hereno quated fashions widest diversity dressy stylish elegant garments appeared Richmond buys here alicay hasthe suited to individuals clothing greatest inAmerica produce 1WII1EIITS Our C Dizen make of boys Patent Kid Patent Corona Shoes areIf only Patent Leather Shoes sold or other market give their written guarantee that no pair of these shoes will crack within three months after thehIpurchase showing the new things in Ladies Footwear styles newest ourqualities best our prices lowest shoes trial buy no other Our Ladies Waiting Room on balcony is free all to Bring your dinners them here Accommodations all kinds furnished you whiloI wait Very respectfully tv it WD OLDHAMcoBUSY BEE CASH I F To Cure Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Million sold 1 months This Signature MEAT MALT THK IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUc and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January MEAT MALT CO Loutsile- GentIemenlIavtnqecaminedyoirMeat Kjr and Malt aik wuh its composition and mode of manufacture I state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates ands especially beneficial in nervous prostration au4 with debility Yours L D KASTENBINE D College Pharmacy CO 10 Ve eee that D Shackelford Gos customers made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get wlJat people will have dcat think house without Thedfordi Black Dranght We haTe used it the for over two years with tho beat results I have nt had a the house for that length time It is a doctor itself and always ready make a person we- UandbapPlJAMES HALL Jack y Because this medicine relieves stomach frees the nstipated anti invigor ates the torpid liver and weak ened kidneys No DOCTOR is necessary the home iskeptcountry miles from any physi thforThedfordrBlackDraught anilfeverdiarrhoea constipation colic and almost every other bowelslivertrol tha THEDFORD5 6LAI DRAUGHT 1 Wo if every man in was a clothing expert if every nan in knew the facts in tho case every man in would come to for all his weeltaITo For l VARIETY said to be the of In tho of mans it the that to all But is aud Judicious is No one has seen our to assert that pre not the but the as well There are anti but the of all the new ever rih F Ill Jfe man who can feel c gi l that he style lest hi 1 Schloss Bros Co whose we sell operate one of the manufac tories and more styles in the BestIClothhlgillthe 1RISlJBELO t 1clIarntP SDerlsritI M mens and and the Guaranteed in this any We We are all Fine Our are the the the Give our a and you will the for ladies come and and eat of you STORE a Seven boxes in post 2 1 BEEF igo can digestion all M Louisville cf MEAT A MALT B have h 3I we could keep in family ot doctor in of in to great pains bowels in where health that us life lest The 4DtPE Cures Crip 1in Two Days h on every 1 IJWell Named PainttThepractical painter says the man who storms at L the weather because the paint on his house wont 1 shine by using iji Patterns SlJN It Pattons SvmProof Paint gives double the service of allwhlte 7j lead or any ordinary paint It is made of the most perfect com bination of paint materials to stand the severesttrial the sun and weather can give it Guaranteed to keep its gloss and wear we1lJfor fiveyears end for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to I PATTON PAINT CO Lako Stt Milwaukee Wig FOR SALE BYT George M Willging Wall Paper Paints Glass w1I Paper 1 lrOhyall foriJust received two car paper nineteen hundred and three Nice New and Snappy Designs at popular prices ranging from 5c to 2oc per single roll We cordiallyiiinvite all who are going to have papering done to call and inspect our stick before purchasing We are always glad to show you our goods whether you buy or not We are sole agents for Harrisons Town and Country n Ready Mixed Paint which has been on the market for over century Itwill cover more space than any other mixed Paint on the market and we guaranteed to stand for TEN YEARS and will cheerfully refund your money if it is not epresented Pevry 14could ROOFI 1 Thomas j Bnoceworfto W Hext White door to Madison Natl Bank 21T Main Street w L l i t Neckties I SHOES HATSI rJ a 0U c 1 r1U cutJ s Jas So Co Main Street tlf Richmond Ky I he Richmond Climax 1 C CHBNAULT President A D MILLUREditor Manager WEDNESDAY JUKE 10 190S ruiiisnri rvEKV WEONICSIIAY B- YThe Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE f HpN J M BENTON Ot Clark County FOR COMMON AEYLTH8 ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHTjE AnnouncementsFOR Wears authorized to announce =JPER KINS of Baldwlj a candidate for Jailer o Madison county subject to the action of ttu Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C U 1I008as a candidate for Jailer of Mndisoi aunty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We tire authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madla County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Veareanthorized to announce J U UOZIEIt candidate for Jailer of Madison county nb jrct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS n candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to theactl n of the DemBcatlc party TIIK Lexington Democrat has reduc cd the price of subscription from 15c to iOc per week and from 5cto2 per ropy In making tho reduction Editor Ualton says There will be no reduction in effort to make the paper the best in the city and a trial will con vince any subscriber that the elton does not go for naught Weoexpect to- tII thousands of names to our list and hope that those who have stood by The Democrat thronch thick and thin will aid us to that end KENTUCKY is otto of the soberest states in the Union notwithstanding it reputation to the contrary In fifty turtso counties there is not a tatonn and Miirtyfive moro with but one licensed establishment each for selling drink nntl nineteen with two saloons C fa LEXINGTON KY A Special Sale O- FBed Room Suits For This Week Only 15 will buy a three piece solid Oak Suit Better Ones at 1275 2350 2750 3250 rIti t e MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Y p IIL nu a1 tci mi Crutcher BrowerCo CEHtowBrCOJ A PKOMIXEXT Republican from one o our neighboring counties was heard to remark one day last week thatthe name oi Mr A T Ghenanlt of this county would be presented before the next Republican State Convention for the office of Commissioner of Agricul ture Continuing along this line the speaker was positive that Madison would bo represented in tho next State battle by Mr Chcnatilt as the Republican party was anxious to reward the gentleman referred to for his valiant services rendered the rnry during the past three years By all means the Republicans should place an exDemocrat or two on their ticket and the State will give a Democratic majority this fall of fifty thousand OvER on the Cincinnati Southern railroad last week a man crawled un der an engine to take a nap says the Lancaster Record The engineer not having time to climb down and hunt allaround his engine to see if any people were under there started the machine and killed the man The company should be made to pay heavy damages for owning an engine fur hav ing one in their possession more C8 pfcially for wanting to USe it when a tellow desired to take a nap under iL THERE ate a Rood many socalled Peuiocratic people and papers abusing Chairman MIle W Young now who were voting and hollowing for McKinley Taylor and Yerkes when he was fighting the battles of his party Mr YoutrgVas any other mortal does makes mistakes but be has done too nuch fur the Democratic party to be subjected to the abuse he is receiving from some quarters Lexington Demo rat Tim searchlight Jackson has been located and is now in possession of the troops It was dscoveredby a ecout lug party oi soldiers about a quarter of a little from the jail on the brow of a hill The machine though small had a poweiful lens and it was seton a tripod an could be turned in any di rection TIlE Lancaster Record suggests the Idea of putting tax on idlers II would be a fine thing for the news pa pars of Richmond if Bro Landranitt suggestions were carried out if a law could be passed compelling the puL licJtiun yearly of a deliquent idlers list A Stitch In Time Already titus early in the season ap pears the nil too common item in the local papers that farmer soandso had one or moe steers killed by lightning in the pasture near the wire fence says tho Danville Advocate This lose may be prevented by simply grounding the wires in the fence each eighty rods or so It can be done in this manner Uet a fiveeighths iron rod and drive it into tile ground to a depth of three or four feet pull it out and then take a strand of heavy fence wire and put it down iu the holes so made and tamp it down Leave it above ground so that it can be tightly wrappedaround each strand of wire in the fence AI smart hand easily fix all the fences on a largo farm in a day in the manner indicated and it will pay to io it He Royal Arcanum On last Friday night a new lodge was organized in this city Tho Royal Arcanum is an insurance and fraternal order and started off with quite a num beil of our best citizens as members lhe officers ducted were Regent Geo G irewitt Vice Regent W L Arnold Iast Regent D JJ Shackel ford Orator It A Woolums Secretary U F Higgius Collector Charles Jacobs Treasurer W S Oldham Guide Wfl White Chaplain N B Turpin Warden W L Sentry C D Miller Masters B W Turner R C H Covlntrton Jo S Joplin Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part ol the body Doans Oint rnent any drug store SOc 1m 100 Reward Tbe readers of tins paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science ban been able l cure mall its stages and CureilstbEionlto the medical fraternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Ca actingdlrectl1 destroyjuggiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na proprietors hundreddollarsSend for list of testimonials Addros F J CHESEV coi Toledo OhioSold aJhliumrlsfs 75- cUaUFamilyFillsare the bet m ui oc cg ttA A Glorious Commencement On last Friday evening the Grand Opera House was filled to overflowing with friends and patrons of Caldwell High School the occasion being the seventh aunual commencement of that Institution The stage was beautiful in its appointments the woodland scenery forming a most charmin back ground for the galaxy of youth and beauty there assembled After an opening prayer by Rev W A Eisen hart the seventh grade rendered a chorus which was loudly applauded The address to the graduating class was delivered by Rev H G Turner of this city and was rich with grand thoughts clothtd in beautiful language It was indeed a masterly effort and was much enjoyed by all present The presentation of the diplomas was1 made by Professor II H Brock in his own inimitable style His parting words were so beautiful so tender and so CMiest that they almost brought tears to the eyes of his hearers The gray uate3 Miss Nannie Hunt Powell Mat tie Duncan and Mabel Kunkelwere literally loaded down with gifts with Ii attested the popularity of these three young ladies The exercises closed with a chorus by the High School af ter which Rev Eisenhart pronounced the benediction Tits BANQUET Following close on the heels of the exercises at the Grand came the Alum ni Banquet which was served in the chapel of tlurtligh school The room had been very profusely decorated and arranged for the occasion An abun dance of pink and blue the school colors was hung in graceful draperies and by the use of numerous palms terns and plantsthe chapel was con verted into a veritable tropical bower The color scheme was carried out in the candles held by beautiful silver candelabra The Japanese napkins bordered In pink and blue were rolled and tied with baby ribbon of the same shade as were also the tiny cheese sandwiches at each plate A most de licious ininu consisting of substantials and ices wi sen joyed to the fillicit extent as one prE s lOt said hope I will bo invited for a thousand years to sit down to such a banquet board as this Professor Owen Walkers Orchestra furnished music audadded no little to the evenings enjoyment As President of the Alumni Association Mrs Cuss D Miller of the class of 90 acted as mister of ceremonies and called for the following toasts which were responded to in a manner befitting fullfledged orators A tender heart felt and most beautiful address was the Welcome Alumni welcome all by Prof Brock Historic Ground by J Q Million Classes 18961003 Miss AlmaScrivner High School and Business Life Wil- lIam Broaddus High School and College Life Charles Rice What Caldwell has done and is do- Ing for Richmond Everett Eads The Vacant Chair Miss Willie TraynorA by Miss Mary Coyle Mr C E Woods very gracefully responded with a short speech when called upon Miss Mattie Duncan delighted all present with a vocal solo At the close of the banquet every one arose and sang God Be With You Till We Meet Again And eo ended of the most interesting commbce ments in the history of Caldwell High School The CLJJUX proposes to publish the various toasts delivered at the banquet and begins the series at random with Mr William Broaddus High School and Business Life It points a moral and adorns a tale that will prove sur prisingly interesting to all those of our citizens who arc not already aware of the fact that among those who were educated at the oU Academy which from 1810 to 1890 stood on the tpot where our handsome High School now lifts its head skyward were three Governors two US Senators a Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States a Secretary of the Interior etc 01 one of these Mr Broaddus toasts speaksSee below The High School And Eusi ness Lifeft T016tPdlAJti tf W1leaU1I at the QH well Zijfc 5dtMl Buae- tTtLMIarnnotuenicted by toy But ject The High School and Bnglnei I ki te wy WTH personal expnics4- l c J o fJ1ee Icould not poaslbTvtnjbsiot- hything worthy of yotfr alleiitiun I therefore will take the liberty soak ng a few remarks from tbstaiidp- olHtoFat1 observer t JL The High School Is th fimfiing school pf the largest per centipf our educated business men in America In alden times a man was coSmlerod to- be educated who had BUcccBRfully awr1 through the three lRead fNOIadaysthe preparatory department oTayonne hllda education If h6 should go forth into the world with only these ranches of knowledge cultivated the probabilities are all things being equar such a man would be left far behind ntho struggle of life if in competition with an educated man of this day and generationkDo not fancy that I ridicule the chances of the man of three Rs I only attempt to say that such a man may be compared to the untrained hbrsewhich is never entered in a com petition with the carefully trained ed ucated rnnner trotter or pacer Of course in competition with his kind his chances of success are greater But look around us for examples Hero we have two men who started in life together as boys in the same school house on the very spot where we now stand One of these boys let us name James A and the other James B Both goodboystheir classes When they finished their courses at the old Richmond Academy they bade fair to become equals in the affaire of life But James A wont from the little old eohooltiouse into business and soon we found him a moderately successful country cross roads merchant dependent en a better educated man for everything beyond the price of a yard of calico ora pound of cheese His Christian virtues and lovable character gave him friends and respectability but like the untrained horse he soon retched the limits of his capacity and took his place with the mediocrity James Don the other hand perfected ida common school ed ucation and went from this city to a neighboring college and there took high rankjust as his companion James A might have done and we hear of him graduating with the leaders of his colleseincompanlocJames done Next our hero James R went to war and rose to the rank of Lie ten antColonel being promoted on the field of battle Returning home he was sent to the Legislature elected Its Speaker Then chosen Governor of his State and then became widely known as Kentuckys model Congressman Then two Presidents recognizing the fact that he was rightfully using those talents God had given him selected him from among millions of our citizens to represent our country at the great Monetary Congress of the nations of the earth Returning home modestly wearing Jils high honors he soon retired to the bosom of his family after a long ana brilliant career such as few men have achieved But an election npproachCEWho turned toward the son of Madison the Mau of Destiny find he awceps the State as by cyclone nnd wins a seat in the greatest deliberative body on earthBut have we forgotten James A the colleague of other days P no hostill lives is an honored citizen without a stain upon his long but humble career But he is rusting like a door on the hinges and as he stepped up year aflei year and cast his ballot for his oldtime pchoolmate James B these words rose to his mind as he contrasted their present conditions Of all sad words of tongue or pen the saddest are these I might have been another James Bennett JlcCreary1 + + +++ 4 4 + ++4+++t t SPECIAL fa J t++ Dont forget Isee that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 4 Thomas lentocty Ountauqoi The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park Lexington1thne SO to jily 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed tony address upon application to Chas Scott Business Manager Lexington Ky 1m Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your workand give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for tho coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf 8 1 MIDKIFK Prop jForluo styles i n wall paper see Perry Thomas Dan H Breck will insure your city or country property against fire lightning and cyclones Office in Oldham building apr 8 lot D B Shackelford Co have con tracted witn the Miller R F Co for the sale of their Ranges In Madison county tf I NoIce I have for sale about 250 acres of good laud located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and umberTIe coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and Is in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either propertyforing propety to call and see me as the tjrms will be made to please pur chaser S C CAKBIEC Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this lapd is also well improved 200 acres of which is used propeytyIsfine stock farm could not secure bettor property fun 36mo heaviesttbebe51the marketThe Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf DBflhackehordCoNew bakeryatange streets has been opeeed ana your pfttnmage is sOlicted Freftb bread Ire k cakee fresh vegetable and fresh ZeimHHt tdti tfilj1I k isd ctedithe clasq ol esli apil Gured Ieats cried StreVb lShlieii hei5iiuilOtf der business of this firm oas growh to such prop r tions that we are rd3nakior a specialty of our Wholesale Departmeii1 ar endeavor is to please our tr4adIIlO this we slaughter only the best that fan be procured Our stock or rlmsMeats is purchased with the great st cair given perfeot Satisfaction Oysoters IT seasons rWe s11JipiHides Tallow 4 fluttcr Egrul Prouand ruatltntee in every pa t prics the market affords cUS a trial and we will prove our sin t cerity to eY2 prompt1y Jl aml reliably a Dui f Culton Wholesale and Retail Butchers Richmond Ky Summer Hosiery Being direct importers paying no middle profits we are able to give our customers the most modest prices in hosiery Another advantage is that we always have the very latest styles a very great consideration as the styles change as often in hosiery us in millinery Bargain Sale For This Week 35cA 25cA 5QcA PairThis Sale Only extra fine light weight drop stitch lisle thread hose Hcrmsdorf black Rembrandt Richelieu and nar row styles of drop stitch Realvalue 60c Pair This 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 style ten styles front which to select all fast blacks Real value 75c 75cAPairThis Sale Only elegantly silk embroid ered openwork lislo thread hose in very choice designs splendid variety for selection Real value 100 OnlyI Childrens Hosiery OnlyI 25cA OnlyI KQFMNISTRAUS no cn Central Kentuckys Great Department Store and Main St Lexington Ky New Wall Papers our elegant line of latest designs colorings i nWaII Decorations Elegant Tapestries Stripes Irnrrains Moire Ceilings Some neat patterns at MouldIingWindovv Shadescolors sizes from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock select from t e ee ceS Qeo M Villging209 West Main Street Watch Found A watch wits left at the State Batik Trust Co one day last week Owner can same by identifying and pay- Ing for this notice apr 22 tf Cant bn perfect health without pure blood unlock Bitters puro blood Tones and invigorate the whole systemT 1m We have uevershown a larger stock of Carr aIls Surriea Buggies and runa bouts than we tow 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 tffoderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for onS year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop 35 MnjestHTRanges sold in the last 10 Bionths from the times we put out 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 made feb 26 4tn Arbuckle Simmons The Miller Range people tell us if a customer telephones us they olo not like the Miller Range for us to tend a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf D B Co Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be ecuredbr leaving word at the State Bank TrustfCompany or by writing TDCI1EAUtT- mhild tf Terrill ivy Majestic Ranges ArbuckTe Simmons Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for tho coming season We make a specalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the best workmen Call ant see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a line of upto date station wagons btfpgtes runabouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop 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 zel Salve be particular to get DeWitts thjs is the salve that heals wiihout leaving a scar A specific for blind pliesSoldbyEOWiiies IslnY A heifer calf weighing about 250 to 300 pounds came to my place several weeks ago and has since been cared lor by me Owner can have same by pay log charges W H Park 275t Ky Por Sale- Property advertised this head is not charged unless sale is made For Complete particulars call on or ad PrmtingCo It 1 A tostory hHieiee ceatete iJMcllaettd tlwlaorIt1 PairThis Sale 2A silk hosiery bri quality pure silk fine lace styles lustrous black Real value 300 19c A Pair This Sale Boys extra gooj medium weight knit extra close from a hand twisted maco thread regular made Real value 25c 25c 111Missesvery pretty styles of openwork best fast black all sizes Real value SSc PairThis Sale socks lisle thread in black white pink blue anti orIll extra good qualities 12 14 W See the and Florals etc all and prices to have Bxod mases Shackelford complete Richmond for Mothers loss their dread for that terrible second snminer when they have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Straw specificforDan II Breck Fire Life and Ac ident Insurance Office in Oldham building apr 8 lot One Eye At a Time Thats the way we examine J Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eyo troubles s S a 3Aatt 1t51cmot 9 Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes IK miles from railroad station and postoflice Excellent improvements all in grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Tttrmaextra easyE EVANS apr 1 tf Red House Ky We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be CreekKyhud t lioallCoalnndhljls nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect AshJehhico Coal Feed lime Sand tentf Itc W aye still in th- e1vcsse l otI Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service n4 Good WdghtS Letclier WittC- oal Yard and Warehouse PhOfte142 L N Depot R jehid Ky For Ten Days Only For Ten yowe will sell J the following goods at the prices quoted below 8d3e laws at ite lOc Lawns at Do 15c Lawns at 12ic 18c Lawns I5ef75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89 Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats n inch flounce atbottom with 4 inchruffIand ruching at top of flounce dust ruffle at 99c each ICLadies Petticoats JO inch accordion flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle J99 Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 4i High luster J2 inch flounce 12 narrow at J99 each t e in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours t OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY 11 LeanIMoneT to 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 ou or address W B LETCIIEU JB apr 15 Grqo Richmond Ky cSED SvoTS purchased the livery of Lyman Parrish I will continue the business at the same stand and invite my and the public to call and see me when in need of anything in this line Will make a specialty of Moying PianosFurniture Etc and guarantee to please my patrons at all times Elmer Parrish Successor to Lyman Parrish Cor Third Irvine Phone 33 RICHMOND KY llmarSm OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash guaranteed is of tpanuLacture BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5II u 5jugs 1250 5 IIbottles 3 2 jugs 210 II Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Ladies 25c Gorsefc for IDeIC39c r 29c e 39- et1475C f U 69c- 7bkii tsfortiDe DOe fr 8ge Ladies trimmed separate 9 ateen plaited Fine I trimmedwith ruffles Call t o FIRM Having business friends II Covers 4geH Clearance Sale I Of 75000 Worth of Dry Goods at Cost FOR CASH To reduce our enormous stock every dollars worth of goods wilf be fold at cost 5000 yards colored Taffeta Black Taffeta Black and Colored Crt p FabrcsNewColored Dress Goods nlpedeWash Goods t White Goods V yarEveryx Ladies Tailored Suits and Skirts ofIerl1111buyHosieryeillrMillinery PattlrnHats= J L Watson1820 N Upper fJ Lexington Ky A pew Pacts I Spring is Almost Here J You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will shw you the prettiest line of Shirt Waist Goods In white in black and in colors t AIo a complete line o Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for carlyspring wear A gorgeous assortment of Hamburgs Sw sses and Laces and Silks until tnere is no end of Silks Give us a call White Wbswiz Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY ELDERS fBAROAINSTORE L We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods Prettiest line of White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinery of oP T 11 ever shown in this city Call and nsBCsto1 r Bne and be convinced that we can save you money r 3 1 V L t 21 R pectfuUy Submitted to the Cash T- radeVELDER j E n We Are Ready To Talk Business line of nowcompleteour prices before ra fiTlatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a tSnuitete lie satisfactions Y T8t1 3sRICHMOND PHONE TrYe 3 Ll UXS TYO Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16 FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1005 TDestroy It Note By J Gordon Coogler 00 shatter the walls of some beautiful city That is noted tor grandeur and fame Rktbcr than cast a suggestive remark To destroy a fair womans name The walls of a city can bo erected again Their beauty be grander than ever But a womans good name once destroyed Can neer be reclaimed no never All Heaven has no water soft enough Nor earth no cleansing soap That can wash the crimson from the heart That destroys a womans hope J B Walker of Kirksville Kyf sells Binder twine at 121 cents guaran teed jun 10 2t Remember Arbuckle Simmons lire sole afrents for Peck Williamson furnaces and Studebaker wagons Tisiit safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Electric Oil in the house Nev er can tell what moment an accident is going to happen 1m Krasa Brothers arc headquarters for Blankes Faust Blend coffee and other goods of the same high standard of quality tf Just received a car load of Stude Imktr wagons and w j are in a position to save you money if you wilt call and toe us Arbuckle Simmons Lost yesterday somewhere between sunrise and sunset two golden hours eaci set with sixty diamond minutes No reward is ottered for they are gone forever Horace Mann 150 to Cincinnati and return Sun dty June 14 via It N special train lws Kiciitiiond tj30 a m leaves Cincinnati Fourth itreet depot at 800 p lu Tickets good only on special train Mr Edwin Coyle who has for cine time last been associated with Mr riiil Winging has reslgued and ac cepteil a clerkship with Mr L R lilantoii Mr LoylnliOH been succeeded by Mr Qmnii Taylor lately with Crutcher tt Company shoe merchants Tomorrow evening during the band concert the Missionary Society of the Christian church will serve ice cream sherbet and cake forthe reasonable stun of fifteen cents Be sure to walk over into the court house yard and gt some delightful fetreshmeuts Miss Jane Breck president of the local chapter of the Daughters o the 1onlederacy wishes to announce that the regular monthly meeting will beheld Friday Mttertioon promptly at 3 oclock in the parlors of the Hotel A full attendance is earnestly 41red The attention of our readers is rolled to the large display advertise UHsnt in this issue of Messrs Covington Banks Theeo gentlemen carry as huge a stock of clothing ns can be found in any clothing house in Kentucky and rather than carry over nn til next year any of this seasons goods they Iave decided to offer the greatest baaMins ever known in Madison county Read their advertisement and profit thereby Manager Kiely of tho Winchester base ball team IK to be rnuuuunlated on having secured for the people 01 Winchester the greatest bafo ball at tracliorron earth This isno lees an organization than the Nebraska In dians who have been playiuc Jlirounh out the UuitedS1a108 and Canada for six seasons This team which ig corn posed of genuine American Indians will play the Winchester team at Win chester on Monday and Tuesday June 1EV16 ycucanSimmons for a cheap price FirstPresbyterian rens day pn last Sunday morning A rentleredijtheir different parts Lost On last Monday morning a package of silk Finder please leave same at B W Turners dry ucods store jlO2t Red foxes Wanted Address Clay GaibJi1 Kyjne33tZinc Grass Seed The stripping of hlue grass seed began earlier thit year than usual as the crop had been both shortened and rip ened by the dry weather It will likely prove indifferent in quality The mar ket here opened up at thirtyfive cents per bushel AssesSorS Report City Assessor H Kennedy filed Ins report at the meeting of Conncil fhurs day night The total valuation of city property listed exclusive of corpora I tions Is 2204 360 a slight falling off from last year lbetaJt rate was again fixlat one dollar Strayed From my farm at mouth of SilvAr Creek Sunday night a bay horae six heavybuiltblack horse about the same size reached in front rubbed by gear and a saddler Age about ten years Liberal reward will be paid to any one giving information leading to their recovery C M RODEnTs Achange- Mr Kuper Hood who has for a number of years been agent of the L N1ia lesigued that position to accept one with tin Big Hit Mr Hood will begin his new work on July 1 Ills position wilt be that of Superintendent of Tranportation for the Big Hill Coal Company in which capacity we wish him unbounded success His place at the Jj N will bo filled by Mr James Hamilton who is well Qualified having served as assist ant agent for quite white In Educational Work Again News comes from Lexington that Professor J D Clark has been appoint ed to the office of County Superintend ent of Fayette He will succeed Mr M A Casaidy wIn lately resigned A better selection could not have been made Richmond still claims Profes sor Clark as her own He is a man thoroughly acquainted with every phaVe of school life and we know that he will cover th field admirably We are delighted always with any good new that comes from Professor Clark The Commercial Contention Speaking of the recent Slate Com mercial Convention the CourierJour nal says Among Madisons dele gates is exSheriff J P Simmons of Richmond No man in Kentucky deserves greater credit for the development of clay resources than Mr C L Searcy of Waco who has frequently represented Madison county in the General Assembly Mr Searcy has taken part in all the convention proceedings ou account of illness Judge Turpin was prevented trom attending Decoration Sunday was decoration day for the Odd Fellows Quite a crowd turned out for the occasion Tlie ucmbers of Richmond lodge march d ou to the cemetery from their hall and scattered flowers over thin graves of their de parted brothers The principal ad dress was made by Mr C E Woods Several members of the order read appropriate pieces The custom of decorating the graves each year is a very pretty one and should not be neglected Appropriate music for the occasion was furnished by the Richmond band J Tevis Cobb for Congress Almost every Democratic paper in the District has published a frecast of the probable congressional entries and in all of them we find the name of lionI J levis Cebb of this county We have tint consulted Mr Cobb directly or hi directly but there can bo no impro priety in apprising his neighbors and friends of the fact that lila chances are invariably reckoned with in forcasting the probable winner While other candidates are pipping we desire to say that no name will be presented more worthy of the honor than Hon J Tev Is Cobb County Attorney of Madison a scholarly gentleman and learned lawyer prominent in his party and strong everywhere q i 2 E Oeatherage Co I C ttttl jSEEDJ J of 3J7e Have thenicest lot of Millet Seed ever brought tf- I tOfccounry and as the season of planting is here J we inv yourinspection before purchasing elsewhere JJf 1 t pIIttI r it u dff fJEDeatherage Col 1 I ONE THOUSAim FINer SUITS XT etJTPRIESI Great1 2500 2250 Cutt I8J2000 Cut to 165n Few tailors can equal these SteinBlocli Suits for fit style or quality Drop in try one bnt and note the great price advantage 1800 Cut toJSo DO Stein Bloch and other fine suits cut to the price of the ordinary cheap kinds 1500 Cut to 1200- A perfect fit stylish and fine strong values at the old price extraordinary bar gains atthe new 1250 Cut to 1000 The chance of a lifetime for an extra good suit at a very small price 1000 Cut to 850 Large collection of astonishing values You canfgo wrong in this lot a It It aa A IIL 1Ia When the Cook Leaves I its mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the onlyjuel a match One Turn ofa Valvea- nd your fire is started with the striking of a match All expense is as easily stopped when done cooking and the kitchen remains cool and comfortable for the finishing up- With Gas Fuelthere Is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitch- enWould You Like To Know About Gas- RICHMOND Water LightCOMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Exhumed Human SkulfIOne day last week found a human skull while excavating a foundation for a pair of scales Tfie- placelaon tho opposite side of the river It was in a good state of preser ration and the question when and how came it there is a mystery It makes tbo second Human skull found at that place Valley View Argent HydiophoWa Caused DeaTh David Gray the seventeeTiyearold son of Mr and Mrs Ed Gray of Col leo Hill died on last Saturday from hdrophobia The young man was bitten about three weeks ago by the family dog which had previously been bitten by a rabid cur llis death is especially sad in view of the fact that he was just in the bloom othia young manhood He was a favorite with a large circle of friend and was known and loved for lila many noble and true traits of character Ihs remains were In terrecl Sunday in the family burying ground npar College Hill The thy of a 1 goes out to the bereaveloner Good Strike Mondays CourierJournal contained the following notice which is of much interest to many stockholders in this city Operations during the past week in the oil region have been fairly successful The best strike of tbe month was wade on the Gray lease by the DivI- dend Oil and Gas Company This ia the second wen to be drilled on that tract and is within a short distance of the first strike As soot as the sand was penetrated the oil rose rapidy in the casing taking warning torn the first strike the operators put on the casing head before could make a gush thus saving a considerable amount The gas pressure is veiy strong and at times makes a consider able agitation The well was drilled into the sand than was the ftrt- oneandshowktip to be a better producer This week a gas power was in stalled on the Gray lease and with a fair production lthQujb not as great as was first This development is a considerable extension of the Richland field toward the Fighting creek region More wells will be drilled 1n nt once Delightful Affair Offlast Friday afternoon the Foreign Missionary Society of the First Pens byteriaii church held an open session in lectuie room of the church Quite a number from other congrega lions including the varios pastors were A most inteirating pro gram was arranged for the occasion AS follows Mrs Uoacher representing the society of the Baptist church read a paper entitled How to ChRrrtJ In difference to Interest Mrs William Arnold of tOe Methodist Society read Are the Churches in the Home Land which are working for Missions more beautiful and prosperous and why This was a paper on The result of Vomans work in Mia sions read by Miss Anna DeJarnette of the Christian church Mrs ABgUfl tine Smith of thin EplSC church an jntercstluig talk on Ussiollarygave work Miss Laura Bright favored the guests with n beautiful solo as dish Mrs Maddox with a recitation entitled Is there nothing to Do At the Conclusion of the program delightful re freshments co iltlo2 cream straw berries and cakes were served The meetiNg was a most pleasant arid ea tertaiBiBg mt rt ISuit tiled Against Elks raff Umpanr Foxy Christopher of Kirks locnlElksreceivedduringA Thirty Foot Tapeworm Dr L C Sanford a patent medicine man who is selling Dr Emersons medicines a tent on Water exhibitionstaptmormby healthfora complete puzzle to his parents Dr Sanfwd has a Jot of these tapbwormn on exhibition at his tent which be has removed Irom different patietits porno of them measuring 250 feet lobg s4 For 150 By special arrangements we will send LouisVIllerimesthreepypers for six months for 150 Tho price of Theliouisville Times for six months is 3 The CLIMAX and CourierJournal SI thus saying on tbfp offer 230 The Louisville Times te one of the best daily papers in the State and lias never before been offered for less than 6 per year This offer will only be good for a short time and those desiring to take advantage of it should do so without delay Aaual Suday Scfcwl Cweitiw Of Tales Creek District to be Held at Riot Knob Saturday June 13 1903 930 Devotional Exercises 945 Opening remarks by District President 950 Welcome address by Rev Green Cokes 1000 Are Sunday Schools a benefit to the community Rev R L Ambrose 1015 traininKProf1035 opportuuityCR 1100 Oral and statistical reports Iron Sunday School 1115 Offering for State and county worlr 1130 Appointment of committees and business Noon Recess and Dinner 115 Song and praise service 180 SundayScbool remedy 200 SnlJdaySchoolMrs 215 Some modern Sunday School im provements 1 department 2 Grading 3 Observance of Sunday School work 4 BUIit345 specialdtThe parent ptaebers3 The wp riBteHdeat 3 The te cher 310 Working for results Dr V H Hobson 320 Reports of coHimltteea and busi ness 3 39 Ten twomiautes speeches 350 Closing SOg ni beedictlon iwtiBjc intersperced CcHrtriballans el for booked tiMe solicited Come earlyJ L G rpeater Prei AtkUa Tel see IV Sime Sale of Spring Weights For Men and BoysI lWe haveacng clqthing manufacturers for a stock of unusualmagnitude and in order to find room our counters and tables must be swept bare of every suit now on handxNic 5w A 5take time by the forelock and begin right now in the countyPr1cesAIlour fine Spring Suits blacks excepted are thrown into this great sale without reserve More than one thousand suits all told longs slims stoutandregularsa perfect fit for every man of every build and a rare chance for fine clothes aifextremely low prices Come early the best go first you know V VI i iii7 o t Boys Knee Suitsb s tZ U Mothers cannot afford to miss this great sale of boys stylishsuits No matter if wellsupplied already anew suit will come handy before long Plenty of good fall school suits in this big offering Come now for choice selections 600 Cutto 475 500 375 450 350 350 265 300 225 a For Sale Two sows and pigs Good stock Apply to P F Adams Jr Fifthstreet tf Richmond Ky xctting WellIGeorge B yearold son of who at one time seemed doomed for life as a pweltlittle fellow was taken to Lexington some time ags where he underwent a Lorenz operation A plaster of pans cast was placed on Jlho hip which he has worn ever since He Is permitted to go about at his own will and even has the pleasure of horseback riding lIe suffers no pain whatever and is only Inconvenienced by the cast whichlhe wears and which he will wear for at least two months longer according to a statement from his phyIaician DirE 0 Vance of this A Gem of the Purest Ray whxtfountsreatorknowsmen the heredity of others restrict ordeprivetheir talents Here we have an ex ample of unadulterated spontaneous humor not to say satire at the ex pense of the editor oL the CLIMAX by a modest penman of the Kentucky river cliffs Air J L Sowers editor ofathe Valley View Argent This mer glitleringia republlshed not to gratify our per sonal vanity but solely to showit bat the poet never uttered a sublimer truth than when he saidVFull many arose is born to blush unseen And waste Its fragrant on the deserlalr Recently a Richmond reader paid the sayIngwriters on the State press A minutes clippingfrom passetlthemake a century run During the thir ty years of its publication the CLIMAX though under different names and eXitt ferent managements has carried ings of joy into almost every household in countyThe Argent holds jn QuxiAxforscribbled for the public print That was years ago and well does ho remem pagesInearchihappenings Hi other Doe Miller is astride the tripod now and weekly he sends out the best paper inUle county Whenever be jabs his rusty pen into fat microbes of wisdom and tangles their whichflows oraclesiintolectIn the statement setting fortlrthe informs eterof sue cess no troubles to wear away bis life he canjjff home from his eatkneesound through the celestial vaults like handsWithquility of his mind a garden full of yellowlee chickens strawberries and mint near the brooklet that flows hard by where is the editor that could not take his Faber and the blank side of a circus poster and connect his soul with splendid streams of inspiration and write like a fountain flowing free out of Mount Olympus Long may it live DEATHS JOKES Mr and Mrs Ben Tones areinonralnltyearold child Carrel whose death oc curied Snsday night from pneumonia EADEsMr Charles Eades died at liundaynlthirtyfive years of age and leaves a lossDeceaupright gentlemani a will be HlsrennaswsobroughttthIs it Vlfriends sad retativfcs j V fVV l- 200V Cutt J50 150 1 15VV 125V 1 00 100VUV V75 85II 65 Baseball Saturday afternoon at 3 o clock College Campus MATRIMONIALMiLtEaSWyADiOEuMr labelSwearinjtermarriage on last Wednesday Mr Miller is a cooper at tbe Hume Barrel Factory GILBERT AKMSTKONG One of tbe rettiest home weddings ever witnessed that on last Wednesday June 3rd at the home of tho brides parents Mr Kingsonand Miss Laminla Armstrong were united in marriage While the sweet strains of Mendelsshons wedding march were being played by Mrs honorlIissman Mr Wallace Gilbert entertered Cloa6IvEllen Gilbert and the brooms man Mr Embry Park while In the distance could be seen the bride leaning on the arm of her father They met the groom in the center of the parlor where he standingunderThe ceremony was said by Rev Hugh in his usual impressive and most eloquent style When the prayer was ended the march was resumed and the bridal party preceeding theirgueets- slowly wonnd their way to the dining room where a sumptuous repast was served The dining room parlor o afwore a most becoming gown of while silk Her tulle veil was clasppd withirope of pearls and she carried roses The maid ot honor and the bridesmaid were dressed in beautiful gowns of white organdy and carried eldestdaulthterstrong and is a beautiful and most ac wellIyears and was up to the time of her marriage one of the countys most pop ular school teacbersfhe groom is the son of Mr Gilbert of Speedwell and is young man of excellent qualities He is one of the most prominent young farmers in the county He attended Central Univer icy at one time and is remembered as a most popular student While their fromheirmIdsttheyreicoin ness Both are to be congratulated on their choice and we join with a host of othere in wishineWrand Mrs Gilbert bon voyage through life They will be glad to see their friends at their home near SpeetiwehlV Baseball Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Campus PERSONALV MtSterHngthis Mr Will S Hume is at home from atriptotheEastV ynterdayfrom Hon J B White of Irvine was in the city Wednesday Rev IT G Turner is spending theV week in Georgetown Mr James Tribble has returned from a visit to Eminence Mr D M V Stephenson rind bride are at home from their wedding trip Miss Carlisle Walker has been en tertaining Miss Gage of Saratoga N Y DnJLandteautlfOcuHt t wilt be at theGlyndon Hotel Wednesday 10th InS I jC Colonel J W Caperton arid HonJ Tevis Cobb have returned from Vir glniaVV Miss Earl i Chenanit will leave this throughEuropeMiss Lizzie Huikon of Lancaster is visiting Mines Mary and Magaret Millers visitinghiscounty j Mr H B Hanger will arrive home today frofnAIaparaahenroute to Phil Ronald aad Harrold Oldham are visiting relatives ia Mti Sterling this week Mr HnbertNewson oIWwuSiBgto D C is vfeitlBfc Mr J W 1IIItrd Swiege- IJ Misses Kate Douglas and Bottle inCynthlnna Isthetbiaua TimesV Capt Joe Harris of Beattyville vis lhursday littleItohermother Mrs G W Edgar Mr Jack Million wlio has been at teiultng State College in Lexington has come homo for the summer Galtntln1eonE O Vance on tho SummitV t Missheycommencement at LexingtonV WeVaric Bright on Lancaster avenue MrsRamseyGilbertArmstrougweddinlt Mitses Letitia and Elizabeth Crowe returned home Saturday from Frank conductingmost tyesciUay HBRlchmonilisMrs D N Sharp during commence mentShelby Sentinel sonMcGulflnnet aud Kirwan of Baltimore Md are guests of Mrs John R Gibson 800 Cut to 675 Bargains for the bargain hunter LAt of bargains from end to endVV T 650 Cut to 550Extra values all along the line Straw HatsStill going at cut prices advertised last week Better get yours before the best are so- ldYouths Suits Great chance for the larger boys All sizes from 14 to 20 years Styles the newest and quality the veryTbest J500cut 1200V1250VJI 1000 JO 00u 850 8 00u 6 75 7 00 575 500u 395 COVINGTONAND BANKS Miss Lonise Covington who graduat BollverTennesseesummer where sbe was warmly wel comed by her many friends Miss Ella Oxley of Glasgow who attended Madison Institute last session has returned to her home after spend MissMary yestertlaymhermother and sister in Danville She resumetierEditor J R White of Irvine was in solicItingthe Estill couutv Herald Mr White carried back with him a number of nice contracts tohedlQl1Iantylsit to her sister Mrs D M Chen atilr Mrs ChenaDlt gave a delightful evenlllJinMr and Mrs Henry Jones of Mt andSundayon High street Mrs Arnold accom panied them home ou Monday where she will spend several toCincinujatijast nhospitalfriends will anxiously wait for news speedyrecovery Miss Lettie Crowe has been tendered privatethiscomplimentremoval will not affect the future of the theMisselyears in this citYFrankfort Journal ravedInvitationfriends of the popular groom SmithdesIresat the tElizabethto Mr Ballard Hawkins Luxonon the evening of Wednesday the seventeenth Junein and three oclockStChilllcothe Ohio Cynthianaeitywberepnlertainmentmusic class at the close of last years genuinemusical Mrstailsmusic in Cynthiana by giving her a Piglwhosenet added so materially to the fox mer program assist Mrs Lail oarnthatiously ill at her home in Danville It Trlwnorhasfinallyhad irelyto her bert with a serious attack of the same malady MissMarysonville N Cwhere they go with a peopleareresidsutsherehosts of friends follow them to their nmkofrequenthome VHiVYOUNG MANI astV54VVVI Do yduwant a new SpriflgVSuit or an extra pair of cjTrous r JY pJto comeandsee us This isVa Imans store hast t f I Falways been and VillcoflVJ f j tinue to ue We an 11 O ft a joutforyourexclusivewants Why pay such prices for i cheap handmedown iclothes when for the sameVV rtmade to mea urean made its you want them II SEE OUR Window DISPLAY fSee f j our line ofJBlue Series 1V all shades specialprice this ii VVV r FitiARNVtJLIjVV 0 RICE AND I L i IlyrVVc3VJ 2pfflJlaONAL OADL ATTOJWXTB t MILLIiR AtTOanTLAw JliCKUokn KJ ffuiflcA n the Honiara Bulldloc next door to Tflaua National flank feMlr 1 A SVt-o ATTORXBYATLAW RTf1IMOND KENTUCKY JDflice over Stale flank Trust Co op rootle Court House on Mnn Street h 0 D AI 01IENAULT tfATTOKyrYfl t T L liiSRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen Hits grocery V R LEfCHER AttOrneyal 1O JllCIIMOSn KKNTBCK- ytfjyOffico ovrr Taylor llros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNtHLLOIU4 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflieo In John Dennett old law office over 1erry A Thorns drugstore PHYSICIANS DES GIBSON GIBSONJ PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office lotht Dr Hotnon building MlnStrret H C ASPER MIMedicine ul Surgery Ofhce Stouflcr Building Mainbtreet- lel phone at retklence the Carr place on Urondway- OHM ON n KENTUCKY W EVANS 11 D PHYSICIAN AND SDROEON KItNTUCltY1ft i 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0- Osteopathic tiifI Physicians State flank Is Trust II Ag Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE tOradiiate Southern School ol Oitheop thy DENTAL SURGERY Dr httt t tonsot lInl8T or LOUISVILLE KY 9Office next door to Government Bnlldlnr- ilohm8n l Ky Offleo hounII to 121 to C nef7ly oov M Blanton z DENTIST nrOBlee iu Bennett Uulldlng JUnly THLH1M1ONE 19S H jR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Vcdnua lay June 10 1003 n = Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digosts what you oat ATTENTION AVo havo moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to tho Gnrnett House Btorerooin on jSccond street where wo will be glad to welt com our friends and patrons Vo will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produce Give us a call in our now quarters and wo will convince you that WQ are the lcadcis intlirf Produce Business iu Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29anlv RICHMOND KY CureFor inlni i illwtic liilnd PAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE BICHMONDj or LIDb11lIIeand Clnclll For Irvine 1Mam For MUtrrCriCkt 2Mpjn TRAINS ARRIVE IlICUMONDl Prom Cincinnati LonliTllle Lexlnfton a1ldfI1sUam Prom Inrloe SU fja PromUlllera Creek 30 ao 0 M BROWNING OeD Mgr- Verialile Ky R A Woolnrar 8 A Rlcbmono JeT to the Cough and Worki off the Cord Laxative Bromo QCinlnp Tablet cure a cold in one day No cure DO pay Prire25ce- nt8ro THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence J J IWeare pleased tnstatethat sale at the tallowing in Madison county Artrackle ABImmoni Rchmond Hearer Hamilton Waco O Klonel Red Home W Muter Valley View V Whltlock Baldwin ohn 8tapp Newby Burton lloberti Rntbton J WTeater Edenton J W Irewitt Cottonburg rA Warren Paint Lick V O McWharter Wallace ton OIekner Early Ilerea J T Coy Klrkivllle Next to the Proper Test conies the proper glasses Wn can do what ix right with regard to the teat and the GLASSES mado to fill tho prescription Our tock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that wo can fill immediately nil dejnands for glasses not of a very iimtstml strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old eland 30J1 ly STANDARDRotary Shutt Sewing Machine TADED OaA2D LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACMNESflN ONE Sewingjnchlnestitch Two machines in one Rnn 8t allent as tho ticking of a watch Him onethird lighter and foad onethlrd faster than other machines Save time and labor Our Standard G RAND with automatic drop head swell front wood work and ball bearings Is the grandest machine ever offered to tho public For a cheaper machine tho New Century Kwell front wood work warranted 2Oty ears can not be equalled for the money We mannfact uro upCallbv convicc- dARBUCKLE SIMMONS DEALERS Rickinond Ky The Standard Sewing Machine Company 24W7thst Cincinnati 0 Sine Interest You MadiSJItwo particularly call attention to our Vulcan Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Barlow Corn Planters New Western Cultivators I CIO1andI too 5 1aT Sr5Qikct TT T eoovt Skos And other kitchen funuiture Our line of Hard ware hi second tp none in Kentucky and our goodsyoucall and get our prices before placing orders for fortheeuo JftTm De QT WllCh is th flflCSLL11rniLThrab1c waOT1ou the market Wmako a specialty of Tin qOQrJl1gand Guttering Mr W 1 Buclcley one of t departmentCallyou an everlpsting friend and customer TALY0 R BROS BEST IN THE WORLD Strong Words from Samuel Rice the Richmond brick maker The best in the world Sounds strong doesnt It Nonu too strong however Iticlimond people are finding it out Heres a case Samuel Itice tlio brick maonfacturer who live s on Second street saa Deans Kidney Pills are without doubt the moat wonderful kidney rem ely in the world and may use my name nsa reference Until I tried them I was a continual sufferer from kidney disorders and wrnkurMed ac companied with severo Iwkiichei 1 happened to read one of the ndvertiee mcnts for tho pith and wn influenced thereby to buy a box at L MiddeJ tons drug store The results were en tirely MtlalAc ryorFor ealo by all dealers Price Cue FosterMHhnrn Co Remember ihe name Poans and take no other 1m Still another chapter has been added to the postoffice department scandal by the announcement of u Brooklyn newspaper that the stim of 500000 annually is paid out in excessive rentals by the postoffices of New York State Leases are in effect for 10 years and so universal is the excessive rate that there are alleged evidences of a Con spiracy Do You Enjoy What you Eat If you dont your food does not do yon much good Kodol Dyspepsia Curbis the remedy that every one taken hen there is any thinK wron wills tlioetoumcli There is no way to maintain the health and strength of mindand body except by nourishment There Is no way to nourish except through the stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and di sease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache consti bad breath sour ribliiRs rifting indigestion dyspepsia anti all stomach troubles Ire quickly cured bv the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure told by E C Wines 1m In a decision in a test case setting forth an agreed state of facts the courtof appeals holds that the State Board of Pharmacy cannot interfere with the sale of patent or pro prietary medicines in original packages The courtdeclares a part of the pharmacy act of 1897 to be unconstitutional nullard void New Orleans special says The fact that 1000000 cold cash was left in New Orleans by the Confederate reunion has stimulated movement to tryand make this city a per manent reunion headquarters and meeting place Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity is constantly coining in declaring Dr Kings Now Discovery consumption coughs and colds to be unequaled A recent expression from T J McFnrland examplelieyears and doctored nil the time with tit being benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and Equallytroubles consumption pneumonia and drnggistTriali 100 im In a fight near Livermore Horace Abney was shot and seriously wounded by Lee Lloyd who was slightly wounded in the hand by a bullet from Abneys pistol The oil well being put down on the Carroll land about two rallies north of Williams burg came in at about 900 feet It can be safely esti mated at a 20barrel well A Serious Mistake thellrmzel Salve DeWitts is Ute Witch Ha zel Salvo that heals without leaving a anyolherprotrudingall skin diseases Sold by E U Wines Poems You Should Know Let the busy man go read the sweet thots of the poets and be freed from the sordid ness of this drossful age which engulfs us like the gal ling chains of MidasPro fessor J Keats Syphers Paines Celery Compound Permanently Cures Sick and Nervous Headaches that Make Life Miserable Sick and nervous headaches are amongst whoIsmiseryandof Headaches as a nile result from a dis ordered condition of the nervous system bodilylallue anddebilitatedcned and headaches result If the liver is digestionderangedcure and prevent headache the nervous sys laJiedThepermantatlycuredpeat rcconstroctant of the nervous system telkofII I have been troubled with dyspepsia nd AbouteveryPainesQleryCompound IceJINa Jfee Sfrlllsg the XH wM- kBIAMONB DYES DtLO1 Dyse m rCfuJtfpoItDtzectioaDIAMOND PTB6 Burtefioa Vt J The Best System of Heating a Residence W e will call and see you if you w- tintP1umig J i Or Heating Address RICHMOND KrY or Third floor of Post Oll- iceLEXINGTON Plumbing Co Hoe Grass Lied For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing blnegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chenault President Spencer of the Southern railway c has announced that S25OCK000 will e expended in double tracking from Washington to At lanta Kiletlc Owncn 1 W A Anderson 2 M F Arbuckle i i 3 Waller BennettI4 Joe S 5 NB Coy 6 D M Chenanlf 7 O W Gates 8 O V Hisle 9 John D Harris 10 T HHart 11UGHarrfg 12 W R Letcher Jr 13 J C Lackey 14 David A McCord 15 Henrv Perry 16 Dr G G Perry 17 lIon W B Smith 18 SI B Stagner 19 Judo Nll Turpin i 20 Engene Todd 21 Mrs Sr P Wallers rho abovelist is the number of Ma jestic ranges wo havo sold in the last ten months 11 you are pot one of that list we want to make youone this year SURE It is malleable iron and will not crack nor warp liko other ranges and will will cook with onehalf the fuel MajesticleadqnarterN Range you oversaw AKBUCKLE SlJIMOXS Frank Emmett a promi nent cotton clerkcommitted suicide at New Orleans by cutting his throat with a pocketknife Dr John Forbes a Chicago drug clerk was shot and killed by highwaymen trying to rob his employers estab lishment Bad blood and indigestion are deadly BurdookilloodBitten The total number of persons killed in the earthquake in the Van district of Asiatic Turkey is 860 Dr Anderson Wells of Mayking diSd from blood poisoning caused by a brier scratch A little life may bo sacrificed to a sudden attack of croup if you dont have Dr Thomas Electric Oil on hand for the emergency Ira The wife of George Alfred Townsend the well known Washington City correspond ent is dead IITho Richmond Carriage Works S L Mldklff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev atyleeAlsoall kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works If S L MIDRIFF Prop CollcE of Music OF CINCINNATI Special Rates for the Summer School June 15 to July 31 35 pays for Boardand corn pletely furnished Room for the entire term 3rnd for Catalog and Suxmer School circular Aitdreii College of Music of Cincinnati Elm Street opp Washington Park t903IBig FourRoute Summer Tourist Line to MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST and SHORE New YarkO l CityThree Dally- 0s17 BOSTON8Jeepl8C Chicago Private CompaHment Sleeping Cart Btrictly LOUISOal1Noonday Unequaled Dining Car Service Modern Equipment Fast Schedules Trains Leave UaonStation Morning NoonNiRl1t Warrea i Lynch W R DQBM 8M ATAlO t a lLys iLisjeetic Razikwill not haveto telephone uafocqe- ndtka it out its tlto Majefltlc do Bdj make that kind Of coure- yourIbungoJ nof aUafsctory vb wUvj make Is eo bnLtc1an flccnreij 1 ncverliappens wlthllieSIoJestic t fob 25 4m Arbnckles Slsara I Wheny6aisee dollar yotO naturally Jiick t np as qurckly as slble A dollar saved is Just as g ant us n dollar totted We can not tell eel wjitre togO to Ifck up dollars but 1 b can assure you that buying jewelry relgs will mean many a dollar saved J von Compare our prices and go wilbljiose of anybody tlTJ in to4 and you will agree that tfiii Ik true tf LELSB Among the enterprising merchants of Iticlimond that arc paying SScgV J aUenlionHb qrufiSy is the firm orr sa Bros They carry Roods of recoj nized standard in al lindrf and In cof few they carry Blnnkoa Faust Blend lheb6ston parlhorauy whore else tf Llllis T Dl y LYUC6 p Livings155pm 155 pro No 4 Cinnstt and 115 am ton Kxprcaa north bound 350 sm U1IIIrsUOOp 1105 pm Jfo 10 Stanford and Yare Tllle Accm north bound 820 a m No It Stanford and lara 723 p m rllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound ut20am t NoMTKlchmondand Stan 4j3p p nj ford riorth bound +++CALL ATw JONES MERSH01 SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found4 dispensedby dation Qeanlne Saratoga Vater Kept on Tap tSSS Sssss SS Phone 3 Second St Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass iL KingsNew IIFor ONStMPTIO- I OUSSILS and OLDS IIA Cure Perfect Pric- esecioo e For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back if it fails Trial nettles free Weak HeartsAre due to indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indiges orbearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach which rail of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Ihadltomach1rou1 twrIIIODIhsKodol Discus What You Eat and relieves the stomach oeall osrvous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlssoalr trialslzoPrepared by Eo a DeWITT 00 CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas Richkin No 187121 S H R In offering the services of thitr young stallion to the Public wt have no hesitation in saying that we beliero he is one of the best general utility horses doing puiillt service today in Kentucky Jlii style action size nnd breeding certainly entitle him to rank with the best He combines the blood of three of the best sires that evei did service in Kentucky viz Old rttvlae Black Sqnl rd and King Richard There are few horses that cnrry as much of Old Pea vino blood nf this horse Lou Chief the S3500 mare was bred on dams side like Iliis horse being out of a mare Old Poavine Itichkin is out of onr of Old Peavlues beat d pxhtery She could trot n mile in her 8year old form in 223 and only for an accident at that nge would have taken alow rcuord Pedigree Richkin 1871 sired by Curl Squirrel 1372 Full brothers to Cern Gordo Dniri Miss Richmond 5I by King llichanl 10 by Old ImpPhaetonA 8115 by Old Cca ioe 2nd Dam by Warren Harrit wenihark 2rd Dam by the Jim Hnguely mare J Description Ttichkm is R beautiful rod sorrel 10 hands high foaled April 20 1900 and weighs 1200 Ibs ho Las the makeup fineness and action ot n small horse Iu breeding ho haeni a mean cross nndis bound to prove a superior sire makean8 at IheJas 11 Miller form on Jfar pans Mill pike Silver Creek7KjV 7 miles South ol Richmond Kv kt20 to Ins ron Living COLT Money Due in all cases when inaro anotherhorseAll care will bo taken to prevenf wllLnobetfI ARBUCKLE LETCHERR- KN0ND LLflA1cn Miss Agnes Miller of Chicago speaks- to young women about dangers of the Menstrual Period how to avoid pain and suffering and remove the cause byusing Lydia K Pinldiamfs Vegetable Compound To TOUSQ WoMnI suffered for six years with dysmenor rhea painful periods so much so that I dreaded every month asI knevr it meant three or four days of intense pain The doctor said this was duo to an inflamed condition of the uterino appendages caused by repeated and neglected colds If girls only realized how dangerous it is to take cold at this critical time much suffering would be spared them Thank God for LydIa E Pinkhiams Vegetable Compound that was the only nvjdicino which hqp d mo any Within three weeks after I started to take it I noticed a marked improvement in my general health and at the tune of my next monthly period the pain diminished consider ably I kept up the treatment and was cured a month later I am like another person since I am in perfect health my eyes are brighter I have added 12 pounds to my weight my color is good nnd light and mppJMJS3 AGNES MILLEH 25 Potomac Aye Chicago Ill Tho monthly sickness reflects the condition of a womans health Anything unusual at that time should have prompt nnd proper attention Fifty thousand letters from women prove that LydIa E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound regulates men- struatIon and makes those periods painless REAl WHAT BUSS MNDBEOK SAYS DEAR MRS PnncnAMt Iiydla E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has greatly ben fitted me I will tell you how I suffered My trouble rcaspainful menstruation I felt as eac month went by that I was setting worse I had severe bearingdown pains in my and abdo men A friend advised me to try Mrs Pinkhama medicine Ii did so and am now free from all pain during my JESSIE CL LIXDBECK 1201 Cth Street Rockford IlL iv PREEADVIC TO WOtflN lWsmn11ThiC Itcmcmlicri every woman is cordially Invited to write to Mrs PInkLam If there I I is anytliinff about her symptoms chic does not undcrstaiiil Mrs PInkliams address is Lynn Mass her advlco is free and cheerfully given to every nfl log woman who asks for it IIer advice has restored to health snore than one hundred thousand women Why dont you try it my sick sisters 5000 FORFEIT IflleJOnnot trthwlJh Jlmdl1 e the c rl1nat loiters and dgnatutelol above t UiaonlalJ which will prove their abtomta cennlnenof- LydU Eo 1lnkUam Medicine Co Lynn MaiS t HLRSianton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B feets4riyr Phone 85 MY NAME IS J r 7 THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys I 1IJ- I 1 I SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago GTAWJKLAHOMAGULFRrl Combines the Advantages of Eastern ServiceWith the Opportunities of a WESTERN COUNTRY DIRECT LINl = Memphis to Little Rock Hot Springs Indian and Oklahoma Territories Texas Cola orado New Mexico Arizona Old Efflexlco and the Pacific Coast II = WIDE VESTIBULED TRAINS II PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM SLEEPING CAR PULLMAM TOURIST SLEEPING CARS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Disi Pus Cinchisall Otis Hm 8P4TJLl- lttli Rock AitwtH FLOURrjiWl- iere are you going my pretty maid ItTo purchase flour kind sir she said 1yiiafe Idnd of flour my pretty maid I Hii Why EUiston Patent ot course kind jilr she said tThenIlbro thtb ronmYllretty romdj JO tYoull never repent itslr she said jAiidVha never repented in rhisjife j wjfeir Companyhon63W Ji KY c lc Wool Carding in Season f K HARDWARE I Farming Implementsoe Arbuckle Simmons M BSTLIN- f 0 I MONON ROUTE J ticat oI4 irlePoila ONLYL1HETOTHE TAfiIllusJiEic4lTffJ4TIIDTJ jdic dci5u 51 a III0 J Illinois Central Railroad Very Low OneWay Rates t- oCALIFOFNAAnd the Northwest Daily io June J5t 1903 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas feecial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday iu each month to he Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and For FOlder and descriptive rnttteapf California and eirn NvOrleansor address F W HARLOWD P A JDouiaville Ky j rF 6 ERECT arethe only make in the world witli particular and precise f I models for every possible build of figure buyingthe Erect i Pt Form you can secure perfect easdouble as much service fiftydifferentstylesfJrcss upon the bust prabdomen but gives a graceful effect to i the person by keeping the shoulders in a straight line J Eroet ForM 973 and 701 For medium figures SlOO i Er ot ForM974rumeuo above but zndeot finecomll t50 t 200Erect550Erect i V abdomen and hips Z SO I raotForm95GForf14caurcslongh1ps In 300 V batiste like 973 100 VV V X fI Nnlut EriftljTorm has a etrp tong hip sMniVlA lJldealen Ucuetap17ormtdoaM esmera4 Jdprtedbectto YIi1 71- rIJRe- 1LIThLfl WBFOR- MCORSETS J KentucKyDisk nterchmigeabIeIHsK rSIioc SHOESWithAttacJaaoata j DikslthdaItoDPerfectdId Seed BeoIiStaudaDrWtJI ad InsertS h81MCoJArLeaceIt