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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lq S Tun RICHMOND CLIMAXII VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 15 1903NUMBER 8 WE DOiVT SR Y MUCH PRICES TALK Come see and be convinced that your money will buy more and better goods at the Hustling Gash Store Than Elsewhere SpringDressWe are adding daily New Things in Lawns Allover Embroideries Laces Ribbons Etc and especially invite the Ladies to call and see them See Our Beautiful Line of Carpets Mattings and Rugs thelargestlassortment and best values to be had in the city See Our Liue o- fTrunks Telascopes and Valices See Our Line of Mens t Women and Childrens SHOES the best Arou canf ggfy buy for the money See Our men and boys Wool Fur and Straw Hats in the latest shapes and at prices to please all If you want Clothes that fit if you want Clothes that wear if you want a Suitfor your self or boy and want the best Clothes 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 ycu arc assured that we can suit your money lACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings i nTal Decorations ElegantTapestries 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 Shadesa all colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from f Srt11hC e5 Geo M Willging209 West Main Street j The Walters School t RICHMOND KY J An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools The course of study thorough Ipractical and comprehensive fitsJthe leading colleges or Jfords a substantial preparation for I Jbusiness or professional schools tw Methods comprise f re que n t Jwritten recitations attention to each J boy individually afternoon session devoted entirely to study tJ Location and equipment are un excelled v For catalogue etc1 write James T Barrett Principal c 6s a DlBAUCfHS 2OTiCNTURY BARD AMUSEMENT FEATURES UNSURPASSED REDUCED RATES ATAIOGUE HAILEI- OH APPLLCATLONI pAUL IJUSTICEsecy EYJERYBODY I COMING COOLING ZEPHYRS AND PLEASANT SHADY NOOKS Can be Found by the Sojourners at Estill Says our Cor respondent Estill Springs July G 1903 EDITOR Swinging in my hammock under a big tree witha pitcher of iced lemonade by my side and a good book in my hand which is my idea of extreme summer felicity I mar vel at a letter I have just opened from a friend which says that it is redhot down in the BlueGrass It may be hot here if one would get out into the sun but as I can see everybody I want to see and do everything I want to do and walk until I am tired without getting out of the shade I am not qualified to speak of the heat from per sonal contact Estiil has been havinga rec ord breaking experience this year Will Thomas tells me that even in the month of May which is not usually a very busy time here he did much more business than in either May dr June last year We have had some very charm ing people here right from the commencement of the season and the number ofguests is growing like a snow ball The truth is people are find ing out that the E till Springs has been improved year by year until it is miles ahead of where it stood a few years ago To go out of Kentucky to a summer resort instead of to Estill Springs is like the conduct of those people who travel all over Europe sightseeing when they are abso lutely unfamiliar with the wonders and beauties of their own country The only valid objection to this place is that they feed you too high and if you should attempt to sample everything they set before you at each meal you wquld probably die of apoplexy The water gives such an appetite that it is very diffi cult sometimes to refrain from overeating Where Thomas gets all the good things he puts on his table I cant imagine a Speaking about the water everybody who comes here should drink it in quantity The great beauty of sojourn here is that you can have fun and gain health at the same time Usually you have pleasure at the expense of health and build up your health by giving up pleasure but they do these things bet Wlat Estill I Just want to give you the menu for dinner today as a sample of the kind of fare we enjoy way up here in the Kentucky mountainsSOUP Cream of Memato Noodle MEATS Spring Lamb Currant Jelly Roast Shoat Apple Sauce Roast Beef Brains Squirrel Pie Grurcv VEGETABLES New Potatoes Teas heats Sliced Cucumbers Sliced Tomatoes Canlifl wcr Home Grown Blackberry Roll Hard Sauce IceCream limpbcrrJcs White Cake Caramel Cake Could you have done better in Louisville at any of the hotels The sun has jus gone down end a soft breeze is gently stirring the leaves Every body is dressing for supper and the place is quiet Listen the band is playing Schu beits Serenade That band is my joy morning noon and night Thomas shows so much good sense by having a really fine Cincinnati band It is the only thing necessary- to make this aperfectelysium 1 I must close and go and dress We will have an un usually big dance to light andmy toilet will therefore comsume an unusual amount of time The Springs people claim that they have the fin est ballrooms in the State and I see no reason to doubt it The simply perfect floor could not be improved This is the grandest place to court that ever was When I see all these pretty girls with white dresses on Hitting about through the trees and the youngmen with straw hats and collars three feet high maneuvering their forces in the direction of so much beauty and elegance it makes me feel real kittenish Go ahead young folks Ive been there myself There are lots of most charming people here now Among them I mention Judge Richards Louisville Thos U But tell Louisville George W Louis and wife Louisville Mrs and Miss Hadges Louisville Col W C Nelson Louitville A H Kobinson Louisville Mrs Vergenia McBride New York Mrs Elizabeth Williamson Newport Col John W Rodman and family Frankfort Col C P Chennnlt and family Fraukforl Miss A C Miller Versailles Chas M Harris and wife Versailles J P Amsden Versailles Mrs II Kiddell Denver Col Hon B F Rice Washington D C Harrold C Hcatty Detroit Col J B R Streaten Pittsburg Pa Miss E Hamilton Pitts burg Pa R E Turley and wif Rich mond and one hundred others KIND THAT COUNTS Best People of Richmond Give Their Endorsement If character and responsibility count for anything in Richmond the people of the town ought to be satisfied that Doans Kidney Pills are the best kid ney medicine on the market for Richmond people of character and respon publIelyKidney Pills have done for them Heres another such endorsement Mrs N B Turpin wife of Hon N B Ttirpin county judge living on E Main street says I am pleased to give Doans Kidney Pills my endorse ment for my present good health and tine physical condition attest to their merits When I got my first box at B L Middeltons drug store and began using them I had been a sufferer from kidney trouble for years and all the doctoring I had done had been in vain I was troubled continually with severe dragging pains in the small of my back Doana Kidney Pills have done wonders for me They are a splendid cure For sale by all dealers Price 50 eta FosterMilburn Co Buffalo fl Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no substitute 1m Aftei a period of intense heat which caused four deaths and numerous prostrations New York was visited by a terrific electiicalstorm Much damage was done and three persons were killed in the confusion Catarrh of the Stomach Win the stomach is overloaded when food is taken into it that fails to digest it decays and inflames the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secret mucinj instead of tho natural juices of diges tion This is called catarrh of the stomachs For years I suffered with catarrh of the stomach caused by indigestion Doctors and medicines tailed to benefit me until I used Kodol Dyspepsia CureJ R Rhea Coppotl Tex told by E C Wines 1m The McKinley Memorial Association will receive designs for the McKinley mon ument not later than Octo berl5 TO otrr2 A OOLD UK oari DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit falls to euro E W Groves igMture a on each box 25 cents CONTINUEThose treatmentScotts EmulsionIshould contInue the treatment doseandobjectionwhich heatedseason5r4 for free oample 4ChemistsocrcS Yorksoe ihdioo all druSI ts It Costs Much to Die It costs more to die in Louisville today than it didyester day or in fact ever before Ct is hard to believe that the cost of hay and corn effects the cost of dying but this is true Today prices on all carriages for funerals have been advanced by the action of the carriage owners and undertakers Where formerly the cost of a carriage for a funeral was 3 it is now 4andwill remain so at least for a year Undertakers and carriage owners say that the advance is caused by the increase of the cost of maintaining the horses and carriages Why we were losing money on fun erals said one carriage owner to a reporter for TheTimes For it cost us more than S3 to send a team andcarriage to a funeral requiring from three to five hours Carriages for funerals out of the city limits will cost more according to the dis tance If undertakers keep on put ting up prices people will just have to go on living simply because they cant afford to die Louisville Times Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Olios Applegate of Alex andria Ind niid could hardly get any sleep I bad consumption BO Lad that if I walked a block I would cough allIof Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained GS pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs colds lagrippe bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Price DOc and Trial bottles true at all drug stores 1m KIRKS VILLE This town misses our kind doctor II K Mulilclton who was taken from us two weeks ago All loved him and we mourn his death Mr Charles Jennings aud bride made our town a visit last week and were welcomed home by all verylowMrs Miriam Hill has returned to this place from Ford and is with herdatiRh ter Mrs John Fowler She has been quite sick but is belter now Mrs S M Turner of near Round Hill is improving from her recent severe illness prostrationsfrom Mrs Mary Highland and sister Miss Kate Ely spent Friday with their aunt Miss Nettie u Ion Mr Bourbon Turner of Round Hill is going ito the dry goods business He will quit blacksmithing He is building a nice store room at Round Hill byherAla is visiting her daughter Mrs C B Ratchford Miss Sautello is a beautiful young lady They will spend several weeks enjoying Mrs Ratch fords Kentucky home and we know that they will be extensively entertained Miss Bettie Broaddus is on the sick list this week spentSuntlayplace The wheat is all cut in this vicinity and the steam thrashers are heard on every hand Mr Millard Highland of Paint Lick is again with Mr A D Jones in the blacksmith at this place He is shoeing horsps for the fair Miss Amandfi Turner has taken rooms with her nephew IL E Baker Elder J M Bruce has taken rooms at Dr I B Oldliams Wo are glad to have Bro Btuce in our midst for lie is much needed in our church work Elder Bruce ot the Baptist church Presbyteritnvices over the remains or Dr II IC MiddeltonYour visited the Paint Lick fire only a few hours alter the buildings fell in There was an im mense crowd and intense excitement prevailed The wreck is heart sickec ine Time loseis are preparing to rebuild at once They will erect brick building which will ben great advan tango to the town Men and women worked like heroes but did not save much The Foundation of Health Nourishment is tIn foundation of health lifo strength Kodol Dyspep sia Cure is thqone great medicine that enables the stomach and digestive organs lo digeattifisimilato and transform all foods into be kind of blood that nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indi gestion dyspepsia and all disorders of the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the nile of Kodol Sold by E C Wines 1m Twenty jne persons were taken out of a burning build ing in Jersey City in an un conscious condition Richard Peddecord a pop ular clubmjln of Decatur 111 died of apoplexy while reclining in di barbers chair D B Shaj celford Ir Co have con forIt A Tale of Luxury Told by a Modest ManWith- Blush a in it A few weeks ago said a modest man I was invited to the new home of a friend who is very rich We had no more than exchanged greet ings than he begun to show me the wonders of his house The rchitect and the elec upIcame to the diningroom on what might be described as silver flat cars which ran noiselessly over an electric railway from the butlers pan try The head of the house could change the temperature of a room by pressing a but ton The electric lights were marvels Presently we went up stairs in an electrif elevator that looked like a room In my friends room he showed me his system of buttons for lights servants bells and all that and then hecametowhat he considered his greatest triumphsomething that was his own idea He explained prefatorially that when he arose in the morning it might be ill to leave his room and take a chance on a lower temperature in going to his bath so he had arranged a little railroad that ran from his bathroom to his bed room All he had to do was to press a lever a panel in the wall would open and it would slide the tub on a nice nickelplated railroad His man of course would have filled the tub with water at the proper heat Just to show you what a great scheme it is said my friend Ill bring in the tub So he pulled the silver lever a panel In the mahogany wall slid back and and sure enough in came the tub And what was more said the modest man blushing at the remembrance in came my friends wife who happened to be in thetubNew York Sun VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Jasper Howard of Owen county is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs G W Hutchison spent from Saturday till Monday with relatives in Woodford county Mrs Ledford and daughter Miss Ida of Panola are visiting the families of J M Sandlin and Win Ledford Miss Ola Bryson is visiting Miss Amanda Roark at Richmond WE Chase has returned from a visit to friends at South Point Ohio S T Harrison of Colfax La visited S B Ballard and other relatives near here last week Mr Harrison has not been in Kentucky for 18 years He left Saturday to visit friends in Jackson county his former home Corn crops look less promising for the season of the year than ever known by old Inhabitants byherturned from a vist to the formers laughter and husband J B Ledtord in Estiil county Elder D G Combs begun a series of meetings here Monday night Bro Combs is an interesting speaker His audiences give him marked attention One fact we wish to note in connection with the announcement is that every minister that preaches at this place say that they have the most attentive and well behaved crowds here of any place they ever preached Hon John B Clienault is being urged by Democrats from every sec tion of the county to become a candi date for the legisla use No better man could be found to hold aloft the banner ot the common people Near Bethany Owen coun ty B S McCoy was shot and killed by his fatherinlaw J S Morgan Very Low Rates TO MANY POINTS IN Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Missouri New Mexico Oklahoma Texas Kansas Col orado South Da koto and W y- oming VIA Big Four RouteOne Way Colonist Tickets will be on sale on July 7 and 21 Aug 4 and 18 and Sept 1 and 15 1903 For full information and particulars as to rateatickets limits call OB Ao H hB11t Four Route or address thelin dersigned v VAnrnN IiGeiil IasstflckAzt rjfc W P DEPKK JUst G PTAClNCINXATIj OHIO JE PEEVES OB Soulteru Agent C olThatCLEARANCESALEEver in FULL BLAST at THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE I Everything partaining to Spring and Summer Stuff in all Departments have been marked down so low that prices namedon first class uptodate stuff are astounding Wash Goods 0 0of All Kinds Summer Dress Goods white goods ladies fine shoes and slippers mens Low cut shoes Clothing Hats Parasols Notiens of all kinds Laces Hauiburgs and anything in the entire establishment partaining to summer and spring merchandise has been unmercilessly slaughtered in this sale Readour hand bills for prices or come and get them direct Nothing reserved Money savedon every purchase All new stuff and new styles Come at once and avoid the rush A Very respectfully WD OLDHAM co BUSY BEE CASH STORE fFZ7oId in One inI Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaUets Seven Million boxes sold In pest 12 months J MEAT MALT THE IDEAl TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUe end Strength In Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January Igc2 MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen HaTine wminedour Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughivacqusintedwith its and mcdc of manufacture can slate that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and is beneficial in nervous prostration and afldiseaiczattendedwithdebility Yours 1D KASTENBINE D Loulville Collee of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT DO Louisville JCT Wes e that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put fn a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are being operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the e 1and solicit a share 61 your t patronage We Guarantee rp it Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight LetcherWitt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky t Ibis signature lI= Cures Crip in Two Days everybox25c RHHUMPHREYS GROCERY IMAIN ST PRODUCE Exchangefor Groceries Everything sold at LOWEST PRl ES- t CALL AND SEE ME f R H HUMPHEYS Telephone 31 Wall Paper and Painting i Your Attention j Is called to the magniQcent display of Wall Paper I carry In stock Having just received a shipment of the vury latest styles in all grades of naRpr ywr can purchase as much or as little yCu may desire Special prices made for nil paper hung on your walls when soul and liming by myself If you de sire firstclass job of Paintinir inl the best material used you should not fail tgt my estimates All WholldeeirillJWall TELEPHONE 332 Place ofbnijthesslrvino Street between Second and Third Opposite Kellogg Cos Wholesale Grocery It W L LEEDSs J3 J8ililiiIMI n tIInterohaneabIeDisk0r5 There U that particular something In the Detail Design and of the Ken lucky that mrkcs It surpass allothsra It Solves tile OIJ Kaolty rroMeas It runs freely dont clou has grit proof bear logs In fact to jret the Wry tut M ftilily one must have a Kentucky Drill Our Catalog Is it tells all aacut our Drills it Ii handsomely lUuctn ted Write for Catalog SO AMERICAN SEEINO MACHINE CO tM3SRuA VA e i- irtmlr J wJ l NEW FIRMAF- ULLLINEOF NEW OXFORDS AT REDUCED PRICES t Mens t+ + + + i+++ + + + S5 00 OXFORDS FOR 350 400 I 315 350 285 300 235 250 195 200it 155 of at of lie J 0 D MILLER Editor Manager JULY 15 1903 URLIIIIFP EVERY WBIINKSDAY BY Co FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION J M Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTITS ATTORNEY HON B A Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madfeon county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C GRIGGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison Cmnty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER candidate for Jailer of Madison county snb Jiit to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub nt to the acti m of the Democatic party Wo are authorized to announce MORGAN LVLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison i tinty subjet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G P KUISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison iimty subject to the action of the Democratic laty FOR COUNTY We nre authorized to announce BEN F ViMYAIlDS a candidate for of lihlic Schools of Madison county subject tot action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR- Ve are authorized to announce J L BARER or Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sr subject to the action of the Democratic P rty The new Adams law which lie sale of liquor in small towns in Tennessee has gone into effect and at le lico saloon men gave away whisky lilt made merry with the result that 20 fights took place and quite as many persons were hurt No one was killed bit many were injured among them Lnonidas merchant and Wallace coal operator Whisky is now sold only on the side Every his porch furniture It is not a mere or of the house but is as much a part as any during these warm days the most rest ful and part of the home Why not adorn it with the necessary comforts We are a large assortment of Old and and Reed Ky- Il3 J t+ f J Ladies i 400 FOR 315 350 275 300 235 250 Ie 185 200 ICO 150 120 125 100 All Kinds Reduced Prices tGents Furnishings See Our BRRG2UN eOUNTER Ladies Oxfords Yours Respectfully CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky 1i1 Richmond Climax CRENAULTPresident- WEDNESDAY The Climax Printing Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET BENTON- Of CRUTCHER- Of WHITE- 2nnouncemcnts SUPERINTENDENT Superintendent prohibits Simpson Pritchett Kentucky CI FiBroerCo11 LEXINGTON K- yLiamuiocks AND Lawn riohousekeeper appreciates adornment attachment roomand comfortable displaying Hammocks Hickory Chairs Rockers Tables Splint Furniture Settees Swings CFBrowerCo MAINAND BBOADWA LlXINGTON OXFORDS IrilE lynching of the negroes in In brings to mind the fact that waves of lawlessness spread over the country from time to time in politics in finance and in social life Absolute defiance of the law has been noted against almost every group forming part of the nation Capitalists labor unions politicians individuals com munities have at times openly brazenly broken the plain law of the land and have asked insolently What aro you going to do about it This is of course a discouraging thing but those who have laid stress on it from timoto time as indicating a drifting away from the foundations of society have overlooked the deeprooted respect for law that Unquestionably exists in the heart of the people and can be relied upon to manifest itself when the limit of endurance has been reached Recently we pub lished the ringing patriotic resolutions of Hon Jerry A Sullivan of this city as illustrating the reverence for the reign of law deeprooted in the hearts of the American people These resolu tions were adopted by a rising vote of tho Kentucky Elk Reunion at Lx ington indicative not only of the sentiment and feeling of Elkdom but 015 longsullering nnd outraged public that has tired of the conditions in Breathitt county Kentucky It would bo well for officers of the law and all others to note the fact that these resolutions have been republished and commented upon by the leading papers of the state as the expression of righteous wrath and wornout forbearance with lawlessness and lax administration of justice that pervade certain sections of oir beloved Commonwealth bringing reproach upon the entire state and giv ing to the name Kentucky a scandalous significance TUB Kentucky State Bar Association nt Owcnsboro elected L C Willis of Shclbyville president for the ensuing year Judge W E Settle of the Court of Appeals delivered an intcrestingad dress and the meeting closed with an oldfashioned barbecue Notice to Creditors All partips having claims agaimt the estate of Owen McKee deceased are requested to file same properly verified on or before August 15 1003 or same will be barred All parties indebted to the estate are requested to call and settle at once R J McKEE July 15 4t Administrator United States BniUinf In Soap A fac simile of the Great United States Building at the Worlds Fair St Louis 1004 is now on exhibition in the Hustling Cash Store show window It is an architectural wonder built like a Fairy Palace from Royal Cuticle soap the pride of the world toiet soap As an artistic display it is a marvelous demonstration and well worth coming miles to see and will be the most re markable soap bargain ever offered in America The ever leading in fur thering the interest of the people haY won for our storA much popularity We have been selected and appointed as sole distributing agents for the Royal Soap Company of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter of a cen tury it is a wonderfully flue dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and beautifying to tho complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million families through out the breadth and length of the land are today using Royal Cuticle Soap and will use no other so much for the excellence of this soap The regular price for this soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as ngouts for the manuactnrers who desire to in troduce the Royal Cuticle Soap into every home we have tho special privi lego from the manufacturers to sell three cakes for 10 cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross This gives us power to save money for all It is cheap it can be no cheaper and so good can bo no better It is within thereacfccJ all LACKEY HAMILTON Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yott Mt Mows IhlS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 01 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and fflucoa surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the beet 1m Some Well Known Tall Mm Hereabouts At the Miller House this city one day last week five young men dined together whose combined height is 30 feet 11 J inches or an average of 6 feet 2i inches They were Dr J G Bos ley 6 ft 2 in James W Wagers Oft 2Jf in 0 U Terrill 6 ft 1 in L S Elder 6 ft 1 in Allon Zaring 6 ft 5 in all measured in their bare feet As these Kentucky giants strolled downtown together they attracted no little attention but they word ndt in it with the following gentlemen who dai ly walk our streets E Tutt Burnam 6 ft 4 inches Dr Giles Harris 6 feet 5 inches Joe Hamilton 6 feet C inches A Miller Davidson 6 feet 4J inches all in their sock feet It would require too much space to enumerate the sixfooters we migut name here illustrating the fact that is often commented upon that Madison county produces the largest men in America in proportion to population There is the well known family of Hamilton brothers seven in number ranging from 6 feet to 6 feet 6 inches as follows Charles 02 Jim 6 ft 6eJohnage 16 510 and still growing The proud father of these fine specimens of physical manhood and exemplary citizens is the well G1Insome daughters are all tall and well proportioned the entire group com prising probably as remarkable a fame ily for physical development as any in the United States It is worthwhile to record the fact that Mr Hamiltons tahlert son Joe was measured Monday with his shoes on and was exactly 6 feet 6j inches tall J W Ilord of Speedwell is 62 Geo Toddof the same place is 64J measured Monday in hisehoes Sam Tribble is 63 James Noland 63 Mat Gibson 62 and we understand that Joe Mize of Panola is 67 Certain it is we have no desire to exaggerate the facts but on the authority of a neighbor wo add the name of Mr Fletcher a farmer of the Red House neighbor hood who he claims is 67J Morris Burton of this city is 62 and Arch Burton his deceased brother was be lieved to be 67 or C8 Dr Giles Harris 65 has a brother Dr Jas A Harris of Lawrence county Mo who stand 6 feet 6 inches in his socks An other brother John W Harris de ceasedof California was 6 feet S inches and one of tho finest looking men in AmericaA years and moro ago at thp beautiful wedding of Hon C M Clay Jr and Miss Mamio Harris at the residence of Hon John D Harris this county there was noticed in the company a group of the tallest handsomest and most distinguished men in Ken tucky viz Lieutenant Governor Hindman Congressman Albert S Berry HwuJSaml Stone Governor Buckner lIon C M Clay Jr Dr G W Evans Capt Jas T Shackelfcrd Hon E T Burnam these and a few others al most literally filled the parlor from floor to ceiling It was a grand spectacle one rarely witnessed outside the confines of Old Kentucky None of then was below 62 while Mr Berry stood 66 and his beautiful daughter evelliago at the Millers Con venllon at Milwaukee four of the fie tallest men in the ainembly of five hundred were Kentuckians one being Mr Allen II Zaring of this city who is 6 feet 5 inches The foregoing was jolted down with the knowledge of the local parties men tioned with the belief that the list of tall men had been about exhausted but within an hour the following ad ditional well known citizens who be long to tho class of handsome Madison county giants were brought to mind Samuel Todd 621 John A Mershon 62 Col I Shelby Irvine 64 Dr G W Evans 62J Hugh Colyer 02 Anse Harris 62 Wm Hisle Sr 62 WmHisle Jr 61 Samuel llisle 633 Newland Jones G3 Joe 62iW R Shacklford 62j WagersI 62MThe not omit mention of that superb specimen of Kentucky manhood born reared and married here Hon Evan S Mc Cord now a resident cf Seattle Wash- Ington His brother John A Mc yesterdayEvanweights 260 pounds wears a 7J hat and stands 65 in his sock feet At Washington and T s University where he was a universal favorite he was nicknamed Cyclops Oft account of his gigantic proportions Of course wo may have overlooked numerous citizens wht belonghi this illustrious company ofinen We shall be glad to add to the jist whose names and heights ma pli d But let us ask the question Where else on earth can you find so many big Smell M in Mftdwoti eosCaty KyM III r RE IalOtJS Dr Harvey Glass who line been pas tor of the Presbyterian church at Somerset for many years has tendered his resignation on account of his health and will probably moveto Danville MATRiMONiALMATThEWS Wednesday afternoon nt the home of the brides parents in Cyntbiana Mr Lucien Matthews of this city and Miss Minerva Barney were united in mar riage The bride formerly resided here and is a very attnictiveyoungwoman- CASIIIIOWABDJarneS Cash of Cleveland Tenn and Miss Laura Howard of Valley View were married in the clerks office Saturday by Judge N Mr Gus Albrecht of Louisville and Miss Pauline Cabbell of Columbia were mar tied in the liUter place on Tuesday of last week It was tile Intention of the young people to keep the matter a secret but it leaked ont Miss Oabbell is well known here having attended Madison Institute last season Her mother was one of the teachers in the Institute LKEWALPERT Mr John B Lee of Frankfort and Miss Jessie Wnlpett were united in marriage oil last Woo nesday evening at the brides home in the eastern part of the city The ceremony was said by Rev W A Eis enhart The groom is an employe of the Hume Cooperage Coompany Ills bride is quite attractive and popular with a large circle of friends who wish them much happiness RICHARDS CKOOKB Mr Filmore Richards and Mrs Nannie Crooke both of this city were married at the Palace TuesdayThe BushyCrookCampbell The happy couple returned to city Thursday and are now at their home on Second stre- etBIRTHS GmrayThie home of Mr and Mrs R L Gentry Jr in Nashville Tenn was made happy on last Friday by the arrival of a fine son Mr Gentry is an old Richmond boy and his host of friends here will congratulate him upon the now honor he has assum- edDEATHS KINDRED Mrs Sallie Ann Kindred died It her home on Red Lick Estill paralysisSheDAVISG W Davis died last week at his home at Edenton in the 75th year of of his ago Burial was in the Edenton Cemetery Deceased was an honored and citizen GENTUY Peter Gentry died last week of consumption at his home on the Irvine pike Deceased was about forty years old Funeral services were conducted at the residence by Elder J W Harding of Winchester after which his remains were interred in the Richmond Cemetery COTTON On last Wednesday Mr N B Cotton died at his home on the Barnes mill pike after a lingering ill ness He was a prominent farmer and placeThursdaywere enterred in the old Gilead Ceme teryFannisScott Farris an oldtime race horse man widely known died last Thursday week at Crab Orchard Deceased was twice married his first wife being Miss Sudle Vallour of New Orleans His second wife who was Mrs Tester survives him lIe would have been 70 years old had he been spared until next October Until two yeara ago ho enjoyed the best of health COLE Editor R Lee Davis reeked a telegram Wednesday from his brother inlaw J W Cole of Huntington W Va announcing the sad death of the latters little daughter Flora Catherine The burial took place Thursday at Huntington Mr Cole was formor ly connected with the Singer Sewing Machine Co here and is well known in Lexington Lexington Observer tl SPECIAL a it +9 135 acres grass land for rent T H COLLINS tf Richmond Ky For upholstering and repairing see C M Coyle two doors East Grand Opera House Richmond Ky tf Call us tp by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it iu good order for the 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 S L MIDKIFF Prop Meat and Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed by leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Muscleis invigorating and appetizing Has no equal as a Strength Builder- If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Robt J Frich cor 7th and Main Sts or Leon S Abraham cor IsLand Broadway Louisville Ky and a Quart bottle will bo sent to you ex press prepaid Lost A goldmounted Elks tooth Finder will leave same at this office and re ceive reward july8tf Stray Hogs One black barrow came to my house June 14 Ownor can have same by proving property and paying expenses of keeping same John W Shearer jul 1 4t White Hall Ky Whats the secret of happy vigorous health Simply keeping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys stiong and active Burdock Blood Hitters does it 1m Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W E LETCIIXR JR apr 15 Cmo Richmond Ky 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 Stmckelford Co Aadlonter My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing TDCHEJfAOLT mhl8 tf Terrill ivy Diphtheria relieved in twenty minutes Almost miraculous Dr Thom as Electric Oil Atany drug store 1m Now lathe 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 be wotkmon Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also havo onTiind complete line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tfSLi qtF Prop Greens Nebraska Indians vs Clay City Ball Game Played July 4 J3 Fon THERIOHKOND CLIMAX r Frem faXpfl Nebraska the Indians came down TheyiUieafd ol the fame ot CIa town Of the boys with costume suggestive of wine The gay jolly batters our Number One Nine Theyd heard of the trophies our players had won Their batting and pitching and frijqnent home run How league alter league from Mane to Maine On the Clay City diamond though valiant was slain And they pitched their tents afar off for they were fearful to enter our gates unbidden Frank the stave dealer and Jimmie the butler seeing their trepida tion went out and with presents and promises of lucre besought them to enter hi and measure bats with the CCs Behold Jessie the Mayor to show welcome met them at the gates of the city with chewing hum and soda pop and Paris Green their Sachem was much pleased And Thomas the Silent caused loaves of bread to bo cast into the town park and they ate and were filled They lapped their tongues in the fountain and were refreshed The people reading of their coming in The Times were eager to look upon the Redskins and to be thrilled by the war whoop of the Sioux tribeSo in the seventh month and on the fourth day thereof there were gathered into the City of Clay much people There came vast multi tudes and with them their spouses and little ones for the nows of the ball game and the Indians had gone out into all tho country roundabout and unto all the borders thereof A FEW nouns LATER The game now began with the Reds at the bat And soon to the bases either standing or flat Wero these chaps of the forest primeval and sun With speed of a cyclone or ball from a gun Their batting so skillful their catching so fine Swift havoc it brought to the Clay City Nino Our boys struggled bravely they could not do more Ahd game closed 13 for Rads lot Clay City 4 For squaws and papooses to tell were rash They fled to their wigwams with oodlins of cash And Mike the lumberman being large of stature lifted up his mijjUy voice whilst they fled and yelled defiantly Come back Mr Injinl onr boys didnt try Well lib your clock for yon next Fourth of July CLAY CITY KY D W A little life may be sacrificed to an hours delay Cholera infantum dysentery diarrhoea come suddenly On ly safe plan is to have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry always on hand For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo No1No2 No3 No4 No5 No6No7 No8 No9No No 11 Nol No 13 No 14 No 15 No16No No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls in Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 KM less than original cost A twoglory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rlch nond Has all necessary outbuildings A great bargain for anjone de- sizing a nice home Two nice residences near Male street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar frame residence on Irvine street Building in good pair Price will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price producingfarm outbuildingsGood farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other improvements In fine locality Price wellfencedments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 welltmproredGood cottage In firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 300 Handsome twostory residence best part of Richmond large lot InIall necessary out bnlld ngs A gain at tOuu Nice residence containing seven cUyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 buslneshouse InMadisonGood orchard and all necessary out buildings Church and school con venient Situated on pike A four room coltag and seven acres twoInbuildingsTiltsthriving village where churches PricetsooInRichmond cityLotA residence in cood neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800A residence for anyone desir ing nn ideal home One cfthe best constructed buildings In Richmond well Price 2200 neighborhood Cottage on a nice resident street conlmnlng four rooms and neces purcliaredpaintresidence An ideal cottage of five rooms necessaryoUlbnlldlngsllIcludlng Price lroo Will sell paintresidence for the Fruit Grower Miner ZABING has a car load of new wheat sacks See him before you sell j82t Nolce I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Hip Hill this county About fifty acres el this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and umber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and is in firstclass condition the vein running from 50 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will payany one dealt lug propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jon 3Gmo A Fine For Sale Desiring to engage in other buslncs I otTer for sale my farm on which I re side in Madison county Ky Said farm comprises about 163 acres of fine bluegrass land and is located in the heart of one of the best communities and best portions of the county on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike midwayhptweenLick and Silver Creek on the L N R R The fertility of the soil is un surpassed by any in the county being w611 adapted to hemp tobacco and all the cereals and is now nearly all well set in blue grass It it well watered well fenced and in excellent condition in all respects the residence a substantial brick of seven rooms is also in good re pair having beeD recently painted nnd otherwise improved There is a new barn and all other requisite outbuildings Taking all in all there is rarely offered for sale a more desirable country home I will be pleased to show premises to parties wishing to pur chase Address W T TEVIS Silver Creek Ky JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manufacture No- 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 SQII 5I Cjugs 250Ii II 5II bottles 31 Ii 2 jugs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery JIcBraj er novIyr Anderson county Ky He who Knowst and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of these Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Opportunities HomeBuilder Lumberman CannerymanFarmer Investor Manufacturer Importer Merchant Farm immediately OLD Do von tmlw that Wellington is the most richly endowed State In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and sea Note wliatWashlngUm has- Her Salt industry lead and furnishes the greater Opportun1IyHer lumber industry is Khown by the largest saw mills In the world backed by a practically inexhansU ble product Lumber is a necessity and is fast becoming exhausted in the eastern state Tho Last Chance for the Lumberman producingStateington is celebr fed Carloads of Washington apples are sold annually in New York City and find a ready market in many Eastern States An Opening for the Fruit Grower The peculiarly favored climate of wiuhlngtou and its wide range due to differences of altitude nod rainfall adapt the State to almost every class of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat barley and oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United States A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder The Jnountilas of Washington are filled with min eralscold lilvijr copper lead iron and coal are await ills the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle is the natural gateway to the Orient and Alaska The fhfjplng of Pnget Bounds compares favor ably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Golden Fu tore for the Merchant Manufacturer Importer and CaptaliatForthose jso may wish to investigate or take ad vantage of an opportunity to participate In the great de velopement that III mark the next decade lit this state a special flntcjfcMS round trip rate of 5000 from Chicago from St Paul end Minneapolis ha been authorized Dates of sale August lit to nth inclu sire Final rttal limit October 31 Liberal stopovers and diverse ronUfc will be granted and thoso desiring to return through tiUfOriiiAcsn do so by paying 1100 ad- dltlona1 GREAT NORTHERN RY mapForF I WHITNEY G P St Paul Minn rAf L I For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c lOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at 120 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for 69c 99c u 89c 549c Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats J 1 inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladiest Black White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JO inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black ruffle Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats r luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow at each I d Call in during our cut rate sale ten days and purchase bargains Respectfully Yours IOWEN McKEEa Cor Main and RICHMOND KENTUCKY a Lirap a Great Clothing Sale AT Louis and Gus Straus Lexington Ky Onethird Off On All Clothing This is the chance your life to get good Clothing at Low Prices Mens Linen 2it Coat Pants asi U 99 Gct a Zit RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottlo 60 cents contains a supply for a year All sell them Hives are a terrible torment to the littlo folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never falls Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store 20 cents 1m Liberal premiums good music comfortable stands anda jolly good time is assured all who attend the big Fair at Crab Orchard July 224 days Ladies 25c Cbrseb Covers for 19c 39c 29c 80c 75c 69c 75c Skirts for 69c DOe 89c and and foot J99 High ruffles J99 of some First of druggists LiSa Wanted RICHMOND ICv Juno 30 1903 The undersigned Board of Education will receive bids until the 15th day 5UOObushelito time said Board of Education at the Richmondlyor lump Said Hoard of Education re allbidscontractofRichmondof BoardJly8 2t Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry Thomas Mothers lose their dread for that tf r tible second Summer when they have SttllItW The now confectioneiy and bakery at the corner of Hallie Irvine and Or tinge streets has been opened anti your patronage is solicited Fresh brra fresh cakes fresh vegetables and fesh fish always on hand Mrs H Zeimmi Uallie Irvine and Orange st tf The Miller Range people tell us if a customer telephones us they tie not like tho Miller Range for us to tenth a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf D IJ Shackelford Co ELDERS BARGAIN S O E J We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are ofSpringWhite Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes aiidT Millinery t ever shown in this city Call and inspect duBlfe and be convinced that we can save you money ii j 3 I r JI Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade EV ELDER We Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of nowcomplete 1ineDontlatest thing out in a vehicle Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions Y eaTTac 1051l H1OND KYe stnnsPHONE 232 YO Frasa Bro SECOND STHEET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 15 100 Fur the Climax Lines To But yesternight a tender star Did pilot home my thought Not where my darling mother lives But Where my heart was bought By an enchanting redhaired girl Who won the bid with a kiss and a curl Twas something in the sky methinks And something In the blood Such pensive stars remind of love And a melancholy mood That made me long and reach for her My stricken hearts sweet minister I salved my soul with the psalm of her That rose in me to the night And dreamed again the arms of her Held me as close and tight As when into each others breast We emptied what in us was best Ye stars so tenderly beautiful Hath fate decreed tier mine Pale Hecate so mystical Cant thou my fate divine Is there no goldenlinked chain Leading us together again LEWIS 0 RANDOLVH Sell your wheat to ZA UINGhe has new sacks for you to put it in jl 8 2t Ladies you can get bargains in Oxfords at Cmtcher Tr ibbles Blackberries tire plentiful and housewives are busy this week putting up jam OCrlm and Whitney the murder ors ot A B Chinn of Lexington will Inng on July 24ih The opening ball at Estill Springs occurred on last Friday night Quite a number from here attended Mr and Mrs Oscar Parke have rented the lower part of Mrs Claude Smiths house on Second street Mr C A Lawton has purchased a lot on Glyndon street and will begin the erection of a mesidnee at once C M Coyle Richmond Ky makes your old furniture look like new All work guaranteed Lowest cash prices 8 If Time DillhiRhain building occupied by White Gibeon is much improved by a new coat of paint and is also the storeroom occupied by L E Lane I mean you lleae call and set tle your account Yours Respectfully 1 jullm JONES MERMIOX In this Issue of the CLiMAx ap pears the new advertisement of Louis and Gus Straus the Lexington mnr chants and gents furnishers We wish to call the especial attention of our readers to it and uge them when in Lexington to give the gentlemen call Sed What rcr SOll- have for sate pcvpral hundred bush cia of seed wheat FultzoMeditorraneah variety Tlis wheat hai greatly out yielded any other for the last three years having from two tc five grains to the mesh Will sell at 75 cents per bushel until July 31 JACK TWIGG inlvl52t Whiles Station ICv Bought Two Houses Rev H G Turner of this city has purchased 4ho tO cottages on Walnut street formerly owned by Capt Joe Harris of BeattyviHe At KlTiniugh Miss Sue Scrivner has beets chosen to teach the district school at Kava naugh this term Miss Suo is one of Madison county most successful young teachers and the patrons of Kavanangh are lucky IIi securing her services lath Droaih In Jessamine The Roy Lumber Company and the Standard Wheel Company at Nicholas ville have suspended operations because the water supply has been cut ofT Sixty men are thrown out of em ploymeut No rain has fallen since April Hemp and tobacco are ruined and stock is suffering for water New Members On last Friday night the following persons were initiated into the mys teries ot Eikdom Hon W B Smith Judge E C Million Messrs G W Evans Jr 1J J Daugherty of this city and J II Tinsley of Barbours ville A delightful social session was held at the conclusion of the ceremo flies Lockjaw Caiisti Death Several days ago Clark Young the nineyearold son of Mrs A J HOUEC of Moberly this county was accident ally wounded with a toy pistol Tin wound caused lockjaw from which the little fellow died on Sunday Ills funeral took place on Monday afternoon at the residence of Mrs Maria Lake after which his remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery1 Wanrnj All panics notified to repair their side walks who have failed to do so are warned that if said orders are not obeyed at once the city will proceed to repair same and institute proceedings in court for the costs of repair selling the abutting property to satisfy the claimBy order of the Council July 2 19C3 D R Tevis Attest Mayor- A C Wells City Clerk It Arnoocts For frlkr Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr Peter U Parrish for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Parrish was a candidate for this ofllcw four year ago but withdrew from the race before primary This term Mr Purrish wants it understood ho will remain until the finish He is a worthy Democrat and solicits the support of the Democracy of Madison county Conrention Oa last Saturday afternoon the Mad ison county Republican Convention met at the court house The object of the meeting was to Instinct the Madi son delegates to vote for Belknap for Governor and for A T Chenault for Commissioner of Agriculture Among the delegates to the State Convention which meets in Louisville today arc Judge A R Burnnra C F Burnam B J Clay 0 C Wallace Samuel Ben nett Waller Bennett E Tamid T T Buruam T C Adams and LV Dodge Rev B I Pkkerton Goes to Lexington There was sincere regret among the patrons and pupils of Stanford Female College when it became known tiat Elder B J Piukerson had resigned the principalship and accepted a position in the faculty ol the CamphellHager man College for young ladies at Lex in ton says the Stanford Journal Mr Pinkertoii ii a refined Christian gentleman of the old school a man of ripe scholarship of high literary and spiritual culture and of a large and wide experience successful educa tor of young women as his long serv ice as President of Madison Institute Richmond Ky1 of Christian College Hustonville anti of tho Stanford Female College abundantly testify We congratulate President Hagerman on securing the services of such a strong and widely known teacher as a member of tho faculty of his new inetition at Lexington and extend to Prof Pinkerton our best wishes for the great est fiiiccpps in his new fluid of labor t E Deatherage Co t L Elmer Deatherage is the man who sells all kinds of i SEEDS AND GRAIN t And now it is preserving time and he has plenty of M MasonstSelfsealer Jars Besids these he handls all kinds ofGocer es Canned and Green Goods Fruits Candies and good old Country Hams and Side Meat Give him a call TeleIJhone35 t lE Deatherage CoL c HOT EATR COMPORT FOR MEN CooJ Suits Linenette Linen Flannel WoolCrash and Homespuntp 150 1250 Think of a neat comfortable suit genteel looking for only 150 Also lots of good things at 3OO5OOand 700 And a splendid collection of wool crash suits perfect fitting stylish and fine at 800 1000 and 1250 Light f20ats Serges Lusters Alpacas Cheviots 100 500Special values in all sizes regulars extras and longs Tow Linen Pants All sizes up to 50waistevery pair guaranteed to ripcom fortable and good Try them When the Cook Leaves I Iits mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match OneTurnof a Valve Iand your fire is started with the striking of a match All is as easily slopped when done cookhrp and the kitchen remains cool and comfortable fur the finishing u- pWith Gas Fuelth- ere 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 = At Shtphids Hall Johnny On the Spot will tracionat Shepherds Hall KirksvilleI on Thursday Friday and Saturday nights of this week This play was presented here last winter and gave satisfaction Wiley Embry Veal Wiley Embry one of the best known and most respected colored citizens of this city died on last Friday night at ills home on Irvine street Ho had for a number of years past conducted a harness and shoe repairing shop and was known for his honest and upright dealings with his fellowmen His fu neral was conducted on Sunday and the immense crowd that gathered at tested to the high esteem in which he was held Robbers at WorkIIn previous years it became almost dangerous for our citizens to leave their homes on band concert nights as thieves were so numerous and especi ally on these nights The same work has begun again this summer Last Thursday night luring the concert residence of Mrsome one entered the B W Turner on West Main street and succeeded in getting away with some small change Nothing else in tho house was disturbed This Jshould be sufficient warning for our citizens to be on the lookout Kiifajille Fair On Friday of this week July 17th the KIrksville fair will begin It will continue only two days but those two are crowded to the utmost with good timings Splendid premiums areoffered and the promises to he enjoy able in every detail It goes without saying that there will be plenty to Eat isfy the inner man for the good people of Kirksville certainly know how to feed If any one wants to attend a good oldfashioned fair let them go down to time above named village next Friday and Saturday Appointed Cowsty Commlssioaer Judge Gregory this alt rnoon made an order appointing Mr John II Chandler Commissioner to succeed Robert Greer Gordon resigned The appointment comes as a deserved compliment to a young attorney who since coming to Louisville from Campbells ville has made rapid strides in his pro fession He is a member of the law firm of Chandler Norman The office of County Commissioner has to do with the settlement of estates Mr Chandler is an Elk and a Mason and otherwise actively engaged in the life of the city Louisvillo Times Mr Chandler Is well remembered here having taught In the preparatory of Central University and later entered the practice of law in this city J to not occasion County 100 150 An Outrage Upon the Community Is Thlslmonc Farole The daily papers give the unwelcome news of time parole of Doc White by tho Prison Commissioners of Kentucky If these gentlemen aro in possession of aknownledge of tho great criraj for which White was sentenced to State prison for life it is inconceivable how they could extend him clemency un less perhaps on the sole grounds of approaching death from some incurc ble disease The crime fur which this man was condemned to life imprisonment was for coldblooded assassina thou deliberate heartless and selfcon fessed and but for the vote of one of the jury he would justly have been hanged by the neck until dead The history of the case is so fresh in our minus that the action of time Prison Commissioners seems to be an affront to the intelligence of this community and deserving of severest condemnation And in behalf of outraged justice we protest against this method of turning loose upon the community ht large a man guilty of the foulest deed in the category of crimesassaI sin a t i o Dh About ten ago thus creature con cealed himself behind a tree in the out skirts of this town and there waited for hours the approach of his victim Ueorge Turner The totally un aware of the cowardly foo or of the doom that awaited him walked to lila leethiiis body was filled with lead mndhiisbead was beaten into a jelly with the butt of time unused by the lurking demon The deed was witnessed by repu table people passing by the assess n was cnptured tried defended Ly able attorneys convicted eleven of the jury voting the death penalty The verdict was life imprisonment and when the prison doors closed U e wretch ths community felt some compensation for the stain that had been put upon time county and that justice would not cry out totally unappeased But the tendnhaarted commas oneie have turned the wretch at large and no public is vouchsafed for their inexplicable action There have been two afsassmations committed in this county within our memory the other when Win Todd murdered his own brother while the latter was alone in his cabin And Wm lodd was pardoned by Governor Brad ley but be it in the lattera defense ho did it upon the petition of many reputable citizens The pardon of Todd was loudly denounced and Governor Biadley was unsparingly criticised for not pemsinallv investigating the physicians certification of Todds consumptive condition Todd came back to Rich mond next day six feet tall SOOlbs in weight could have whipped any man in town and is alive and Well to day The bloody scenes in Breatimltt are fiesh in or minds All the vigilance f officers and grand are vain and worsEthan useless if the pardoning lodge in the liands of those high in authority is abused and misapplied Such Iiixit begets contempt for the law and contempt for those who admin ister it It is our duty to call attention to these matters and we believe the good of this commllultywm coincide with theSBvies8sd demand the reas oa for this travesty poa justice t tNo need to swelter in heavy hot clothes when cool comfortable apparel can be found here in such great variety At Such Small Prices e Theres real economy in putting aside your heavier clothes for these lowpriced hotweather things to say nothing of the comfort gained Come and see tlJ 4 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Just received fine line midsummer st lesnthe very latest Far and away the largest stock in Richmond to select from 1 T Ck s l ta = Low eat Shoes 2lt Reduced Prices Not a pair shall be carried over if low prices will move them Hanans cut from 500 to 395 WalkOvers from 400 to 315 and other brands likewise First choosers get the best Hundreds of Thousands Being Spent at Brush Creek Local CiritaIIsts Interested The public is scarcely aware of the tremendous business in which several of our citizens are engaged atrUrutli Creek Kock easier county about 1C miles from Richmond Rev u B Mahoney of Stanford supplied the In terior Journal with the following de scription of the Brush Creek enter prise A recent trip into time Eastern part of Rockcastle county revealed the fact that within nine miles of Mt Vernon and about 20 miles from Stanford is one of the richest coal fields with the best quality of coal to be found in that part of Kentucky About a year ago Judge John Chenault Mr J A Snub van Dr G W Evans Mr J Stone Walker and some other gentlemen of Utchmond interested an Eastern syn dicate in what is known as the Big Hill section and they bought up and leased something over 20COO acres in and around there and organized a company known aa time Big Hill Coal Co with Mr E F Miller as secretary to the president and Mr J E Stewart as manager both of whom are from Pittsburg Penn Mr Stewart placed us under many obligations for the many courtesies extended while at the mines One would have to travel a lon distance to find a more oblig ing gentleman Although a very young man he has had extensive experience in the mining business so much so that this company has intrust ed its entire business in his hands The company hiss already opened up und gone 666 feet into a 4l foot vein of the finest quality of coal The out put will be about 600 tons per day and they will employ about 600 miners They have built already about 25 houses and will build about 50 more before they quit to be occupied by the employes About Nov 1st they will erect a 75000 electric plant A new railroad has been built from Brush Creek to and beyond the mines and will be finally extended McKee Jackson county Mr Stewart told us that they had already expended 200dOO and expected to sjend a half million in developing this field These lands were formerly owned bv the Clarks and Abneys who were very fine people and who still live there It affords me great pleasure to bear testimony to the bighearted hospitality of this people They are good livers have mon ey in the bank and are citizens of whom any portion of our State would be uroud Audit n Sale 150 extra good heavyboned horser suitable for draft farm work and driv ing purposes Hoes to suit every body Tuesday July 211003 at Em brys stock yards iRichmoud Ky We will sell at Public Auction the above number ol horses trom the ranges of Iowa and l Nebraska includ ing the famous Percheron II brand and Loche horses which are giving such general satisfaction and are ac knowledged to btime best draft and driving horses in time west This sale will consist of Mares and Geldings yearlings two and three yearolds ami when matured will weigh from 1200 to 1400 pounds This sale will positively take place on the above date under ihelter rain or shine andevery horse will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve Sale commences at lOQa in sharp For further information write or wire J F Cook jt Co Union stock vards Kentucky Col Tom Chenault Auctioneer 1 Dr Or chard home from MrWlliiam SmUh is recovering from an attack of feve Mr and Mrs I jenry C Hargis are isitihgin Virgin SenatOrJames it McOrcary was In Frankfort Mondaj j Mrs Alex Gibbs will spend the sum mer at Atlantic City Miss Hester Covington attended the Chautauqua last week Dr E F Hume of Lexington visit relatives here last week led Mr Geo Ballou and son Joe have from Lancaster Miss Annie Ellison Is at home from a visit to friends in Nicholasville Miss Willie Traynor of Danvillo is visiting relatives and friends here Miss Kate lilanton of Jackson is visiting friends and relatives here Mr John Burton of Ford visited his parents at College Hill last week entertaininjrher Miss Edna Kavanaugh is visiting relatives in Richmond Central Record Captain S F Rock spent several days last week at Crab Orchard Springs Colonel D W Tribble is rapidly re covering from his recent severe illness visitingherington Mrs C K Marshall of Harrodsburg is visiting her daughter Mrs J S Collins Colonel J W Caperton wife and daughter are sojourning at Estill SpringsMrs Sallie Ward has returned from an extended visit to her Eon in Iron ton Ohio Miss Pearl Beatis of Lexington ar rived Saturday to visit Miss Lee Prather Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner are at home from a pleasant visit to friends in Lexington MrsHenrietta Bronston is at home from a visit to Mrs W D Oldham in LexingtonMr Thurman has gone to Mas sey Springs Bowling Green to spend several weeks Mrs David Martin of Orlanda was the guest last week of her sister Mrs J C Chenault Mr and Mrs ViV Pigg of Richmond are visiting relatives hereLex ington Herald Miss Jeannette Phelpsof Richmond PhelpsWoodford Mrs J W Zaring is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs John Allen in Carlisle Miss Georgia Thompson of Shelby villa is the charming guest of Mrs James Deatherage Mr and Mrs Dan M Cheuault are visitiimgMrsMrs Emma Fife antI daughter Miss Mollie expect to go to Crab Orchard Springs this week CyntlmianajsFrench near town Mr George Wilson of Lexington spent Sunday with Miss Willie Mae Jarmnu near town Miss Minnie Baumstvrk of Mt Ster ling is the guest of Miss Lillian Bybee on East Maui street Miss Harriett Parrish of Richmond if visiting Miss Josephine Dunn on East Main Danville News Misses Kate Ball and Ethel VVills of Winchester spent last week with Mrs Wm Mellon at College Hill Mrs Robert Harris and Miss Tirmmie visitingMrsMr Thompson Hamilton has return ed from Cincjnnati where he went to purchase a of new goods Mrs Lizzie Fosterand daughter Miss Dnncan are at home from a visit to Mrs George Helm in Lexington Mrs John Mershon of Richmond is the guest of Mrs P J ONeill on West Short street Lexington Democrat Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinslcad re turned Monday nlglit from a two weeks visit to his parents in Flemingsbnrg Miss Lena Edwards bas returned to her home in Estill county after a visit to Misses Ethel and Fannie Wilson It is with sincere regret that we chronicle the serious illness of Dr J M Poyuls at his home on Third street Miss Nettle Scrivner of Winchester spent several days last wpk with her sisters Mteeee AjfBiiJMtdSiie Scrivner Mrs Httie CtHipTwll returned from aviiit to her daughter Mrs Mary 5O 00 O Campbell Fullenwider at Shelbyville Mr Albert Beasloy formerly of this city but lately of Indianapolis has been visiting friends hero for a few lays Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall of Lexington spent several days last DilitogimamTime many friends of Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler will be glad to know thttt she is recovering from liar recent J Tevis Cobb is back from Dawson Springs where he wen to attend n convention of Connty Attor nays Mr rind Mrs Grant Sebastian and little daughter Catherine left last week for a months visit to relatives in Booneville Ky Mrs Sarah Wainscott through her attorneys iias llled suit lor divorce from her husband G Lee Wainscott of Winchester Miss Nelson Gay of Winchester and her guest Miss Carlisle Chenault of Richmond spent yesterday here Lexington Herald Misses Hattie Hatcher of Camp bellsville and Mildred Bradford of Falmouth are the pleasant guests of Miss Kate Douglass- Dr Reynolds and wife of Mt Ster ling spent Sunday with Dr and Mrs J M Poyntz Mrs Resnolds was formerly Miss Estello Poynlz- Mies Jessie Shiftlet of Mobile Ala and little Maggie Lee Gum of Blue Banks are visiting their grandfather Clifton Shifliet on Irvine pike Miss Etta Wagers daughter of Sop erintendent W Wagersis visiting the family of her grandfather Mr A M Scrivner on Station Camp Estill countyLieutenant Carlo B Brittain U S n Reduced Prices on z Straw HatsStraws greatly reduced to close out All the latest styls250 for I 50 200 for 125 150 for 95c and so on The Big Cut Price SUIT = = SALE All springs weights blacks ex cepted are still going at great reductions These suits are just as good for fallas spring and many wear them all the year Note the great saving 15 00 Cut to 12 00 12 50It II 1000 10 00u U 850 8 00II II 675 COVINGTON AND BANKS PERS1JPNAL1I 5 N wife and little son Thomas Bald win have gone to Annapolis Maryland at which station Lieut Brittain has been assigned Dr Vardy Taylor has returned from CunningIhamvisited the hospitals of Chicago In dianapolis and Cincinnati litthedaugimtorEugenia where the latter recently underwent an operation for ear trouble She is getting along nicely but has to go back treatmentMr editor and manager of that excellent paper the Richmond CLIMAX accompanied by bus iinndaoinu wife and interesting little daughter Elizabeth spent last Saturday in Lex- itmgtonLcxiugtoim Observer Mrs S Neville Moberley arrived home last Friday from New York where she has been for some time undergoing medical treatment Her many friends were glad to welcome her homo anil trust for her rapid and complete recov ery Will II Shanks is a law Ftuilcnt of Col T P Hill He recently served on the jury mind was so much impressed with the law that ho determined to get a better knowledge of it He does not expect to practice time profession how ever Stanford Journal Miss Nellie Peyton has been elected teacher of the Stanford High School For several years she has been a very popular teacher at South Elkhorn and is considered one Lexingtons bright est young women Miss Peyton for merly lived here and is a niece of Mr Samuel E Scott of this city Mr T C Willis and Wife and Misses Tevis Carpenter Sallie Stone Pinkerton and Catherine Bau hman and Mr partylof lightful lunch was enjoyed at Brown Spring after which lancing at tho Springs was indulged in until a lato hour tortheties en a featuro this summer On last Thursday after noon from five to seven Masters Curtis and Frank Corzelius entertained about one hundred little friends with a bub ble party The lawn was beautiful and aside from time bubbleblowing other games were indulged in Delic cakeIwere ed hour came tLillie Miss Maty Stouffer entertained her friends on last Wednesday after noon from 330 to 600 The yard was alive with little folks and they made the whole neighborhood merry wiih their games As the occasion was so near to the Fourth of July the chief lacerations were flags A talilo was placed in a cosy nook in the yard from which most delightful frappe and cakes anti salted peanuts weic server On leaving each little guest was pre sented with a tiny flag and a cake of chewing gum ts souvenirs A feature of the afternoon was the picture taking by Prof Cutter Mr and Mrs George C Webster announces the marriage of their daughter Florence Evelyn to- William Ray Long on Wednesday July eighth nineteen hundred and three Indianapolis Indiana SeptenmberTimeof interest to the large number of read ers of time CLIMAX who have met time bride at Crab Orchard for several re cent seasons She is a beautiful blonde cultured loveable musical and popular with all Richmond friends extend well wishes GREAT GUT PRICE SALE ON LOW SHOES OF 4LL KINDS tWe have decided not to carry dyer any Low Shoes this season and begin now to make make prices that will move them Come and choiceIget your MENS S5 00 OXFORDS Ideal Patn Kid for 3Qp 400 315 350 all leather 295 t 3 00H 00 2Gq v 250v f 4It 2i5- Plo 9 00 H vi i 165 so 150 rit 115 LADIES S3500XFORDS IdeflatdKidfor 295 300J f 2G5 2 P 0y1rIdea and Plain Kid 2 15l i 00 t t LI d r iGaI I 5oP1 11 R 19i 9 rc RICE AND ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky jr PROFESSIONAL OAFWS- ATTO14ETLrItoN MILLER ATTOKHBTATLlVr RlCUUOKD KKItTCCKT Omce n the Burnam Building next door to RrraerU Nation Dank feb31y SULLrvA JA ATTOBXKYATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Truat Co op posite Court House on Mnin Street J 0 DlI OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA IV RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw Birimoxo KENTUCKY CfiyOffico over Taylor Ilros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNIHLLORH AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OUiccIn John lJenntt old law office over Perry Thomas drug tore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PinSlCfAXN AND SURGEOKSFl- CHMONO KENTUCKY ClGce in thr Dr Hobson bnildmc MinStrcct U C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery i fibre Stuulfrr Ituildiutr Main Street IWphone at reiiiltnce the Carr place or Broadway uiiMoxD KKNTDCKT W EVANS MD e PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I 4fT MOND KENTUCKY to L 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State flank II Tn t H It Ji cniture furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE firailaatee Southern School of Osthcopathy DENTAL STOQEEY tttt tonSOT DBlfTrlT or LODISVILLB ET- f OlBee n xt door to Government Building ttirhmSiHl Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to nnvl71yJ M Blanton z DENTIST Omee 11I1Iunelt Uutl4lng- IIIQIY THLHPHONB 196 1 R LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday July 8 1003 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure- D gosts what you eat u nu ATTfNTION WI havo moved our produce husinces from tho East Em of Main Bt rout to the Gnrnctt House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends anti patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SHjnnlv RICHMOND KY f One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Loiisie Si itlutlc liilnii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or verBaIllCIILIrenceburlrlBhelIIlG5Lm For Irvine Mam For MiUer Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE ItlCUMOND From LonltTlIle Lexington and I t154m Cincinnati ftKr III pmFromO M BROWNING Oen Mgr xnRichmond Ky Stops tho Coafffc and Works o2 ttto cord Laxative Bromo Quinlno Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 ce- ntsTOTHOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ItCI We are pleased to state that it is on sale at tho following placed in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Rcbmond Hearer tHamilton Waco O Flnnel Red House J V Matter Valley View I V Whitlock Baldwin NewbyBurtonJ W Teatcr Edenton CottonburgLC C MoWharler EarlyJT KlrksTille Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glnssns Vr can do what is right with regard to the test anti the GLASSES made to fill tho proscription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of n tory unusual etrengtl For three it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armere old atand 30J1 ly LI N1 Tim a1i Ar No Cincinnati and Llvingi Lv 1210 pm ton Excss south bound 146 p No 6 Clnnati and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No Cinnati and Llvlnes 315 a zu ton Kxprcas north bound 350 am Living1itapm 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays yule Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m yule Accm south bound No Richmond and Row land Accm south bound S20a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound GyrrtyU IKI i OIva Vttllf 7 More than twenty doublepage pictures a year by CHARLES DANA GIBSON are only a part of the good things that come week byweek to regular readers of COLLIERSthe newspaper Famous writers and artists make Colliers a necessity in every home aDdbDdlOIDepremium and prizeitor CoWer inbKrlbcn Addran ColUer Weelily 436W 13th St Nw YorX L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprao IrPhone 85 A Fy Pacts Spring is Almost Here I You will want new Dress Goods If you will give us a call we will show you the prettiest line of r Shirt Waist Goods J In white in black and in colors Jft Also a complete line o Etamines Crepes and soft wool goods for early spring wear andSilksP White GibsonComer Main and Second fr RICHMOND KENTUCKY fferLil IIhif- farcfleeizardtreatmentora tumor or displacement of the womb AN OPERATION NECESSARY How these words after the examination strike terror td a womans soul and with what regrets sho Femaledermis no cure woman lets her trouble make headway pays tho penalty of a dangerous opera lifemightWhen women are troubled with irregular suppressed or painful menstru thatbearinglence general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability nervousness sleeplessness melancholy and wanttobeleftalone feelings and neverfailingremedyREAD TilE FOLLOWING LETTERSa DEAR Mns PINKnAnI cannot tell you how much good you have done me and how thankful Iam to you for it For live years I have not been free from pain for a day I have had backaches headaches and those awful dragging sensations with leucorrhuja and when menstruation appeared I was in such a condition I could hardly sit up I doctored all the time but nothing helped me and I was told that an necessaryTwo a friend suggested that I try Lyilia 13 Pinklmiiis Vegetable Compound No hayohadabout it LOUISE XAUEB 751 E ICCth St New York City Compountlhasthanbeforeso and commenced to feel better I continued its use and it has done for me what doctors could not do I submittingtowhat you have done for mo ANNA KIRCHHOFK 150 E 100th St New York City S5000 ff FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the original letter and ilgnatures of abOTe testimonials which will Irontheir genuineness Lydia K PlnkUam Medicine Co Lynn Mass VISE IS THE WOMAN WHO HAS FAITH IN Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Kentucky Fair Dates Kirksville July 17 and 18 Georgetown July 21 4 days Crab Orchard July 224 lays Cynthiana July 29 4 days Guthrie July 29 3 days Hustouville July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madisonyillo August 4 4 days Lexington Aug 10 0 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg Augusts 18 4 days Shepherdsville August IS 4 days Maysville August 19 4 days Sholbyville August 25 4 days London August 26 S days Germantown August 26 4 days Bardstown September 5 days Nicholasville September 3 days Somerset September 4 days Elizabothtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair Owenbboro September 2t 6 days Rescued from Suffering and Death b- yPAINES Celery Compound THE GREAT flEDICINE MR ALFRED BROWN A Prominent and Popular Citizen Says After tbe Use of Paines Celery Compound I Am Now In the Best of Health The greatest ol modem physicians Prof Edward E Phelps M D LL D after years gavetomarvelous life giving prcscriplicn with the conviction and positive knowledge that it had peculiar virtues and ample powers to cure Thousands of the strongest testimonials from the best known and most reliable men and women of our country fully sustain the claims made Dr Phelps regarding Ms incompar CompoundOne fs furnished widelyknown 91OConnorletter fully demonstrates the fact that the greatest sufferer may cast off his cr her burden happyIttabs more fully than ever before its unrivaled place in the estimation of peoie of wealth and social standing as well as with the masses Mr Brown says I acknowledge with thankfulness and pleasure the fact that I have beth cured of a very painful illness of eight years standing by use of Faints Celery Compound I had during the years of my illness tried almost all the advertised medicines without deriving any good results I was also treated by several of the best doctors of this city hoping to find that one of them at least would understand my case I was getting worse and was told I was incurable I was indeed in a critical condition I could not go from the louse alone as I was liable to sudden collapse I tried hospital treatment but no relief cr good results came to me I could not sleep anything that I ate increased my agonies I was extremely weak restless tired and despondent was pressedfirmly hadinclinationquick breathing and would be racked with pain for hours at a time CeleryCompound mykindPainesCelery ron wirr iuts IYiSfearalmprovthernToday bootsodwa hv aspecial department of ulrlec and will Sendp1DCUCOXD DTWi Botltagton VI Tenth Exhibition of The Kirknil1 Slock riIflITo be held in M F Arbuckles woods near Fair Ground on Friday and SaturdayJ- uly 17 and 18 1903 ++FIRST DAY 1 BoslIHomeirmtlo Cheese S 5 00 2 Best 2lh Butter 5 00 3 Best Baked 11am 500 4 nest Loaf Salt risinc Bread 500 5 Best Plato Beaten Biscuit 5 00 C BcstTwo Bottles Homo made Wine 10 00 7 Best Gallon Ie Cream 5 00 S Best Gallon Sherbert 5 00 9 Best White Cake 5 00 10 Best Sponge Cake 500 11 Best Chocolate Cake 5 12 Best White Fruit Cake 5 00 13 Best Black Cako 10 10 HARNESS HORSES 14 Best Stallion ono year and under two 10 00 15 Best Stallion two years and under three 10 00 1C Best Harness Stallion three years and under four 25 00 17 Best Stallion four years and over 25 00 18 Best Colt regardless of sex under one year 100 00 50 to first 30 to second 20 to third SADDLE HORSES 19 Best Marc cr Geld UK one year and under two 10 00 20 Best Mare or Gelding two years and under three 10 00 Best Mare or Gelding three 121 years and under four 20 CO Best Walking Maro or God ing any age 15 03 23 Best Rockawny Mare or Gold ing shown to Rockaway 1000 21 Best Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 100 00 50 to first 30 to second and 20 to thir- dSPEED RING iv Fastest mare or gelding to ho driven five or more times around the ring 15 to first 10 to second 25 00 ROADSTER RING 25 BestThrareorGeldiiiRanyage f35toflrat15 to second 59 00 27 Best Boy Hidorunder twelve yearssaddle value 10 00 28 Vorst Turnout 10 00 23 Best Combined Mare or Geld lug any size 25 CO 30 Best Lady Rider hand paint ed Chocolate Set value 25 CO SECOND DAY 31 Best Mule Colt 10 00 32 Best Mule one year and under two 10 00 33 Best Mule two yearsaud under three 10 00 31 BestPairufMulesthreoears and under four 10 00 35 Best Mule any ago 1000 30 Best Mare and Colt 1C 00 SADDLE HORSES fourNyears an over 2o 00 38 BetWalklag Stallion Mare Of G64llBgB aee 25 00 HARNESS HORSES 39 Best Pair matched Mares or Geldings 25 00 40 Best Harness Mare four years and over 25 00 41 nest Harness Gelding four years and over 25 00 42 Mule Race 15 00 43 Best Double team regardless sex color or ownership 25 00 44 Best Mare orGeldingone year aud uhder two 10 00 45 Best Mare or Gelding two years ani under three 10 00 4G Best Mare or Gelding three years and under four 20 00 47 Best Stallion Mare or Geld lug any ago 100 00 0 to first 30 to second 20 to third 48 Bust Moddlo Stallion Mare or Gelding Shown to Hal ter 10 00 40 FaucyTurnoutTeaSetValuo 23 00 50 Best Stallion Mare or Geld lug Walk Trot and Canter 25 00 51 Best Mare or Gelding any age 50 00 PRICES OF ADMISSION Each person twelve years oldand over CO cents Children between six and twelve years old 25 cents Chi dren under six yearajold no charge No charge for vehicles Tlekels must be procured no money received at the gate t f All correspondence directed to- W W TEVIS Secretary Kirksville will be promptly attended to- T J CuiiTis President W W TEns Secty J B WALKER Asst Secty We have ucvcrehoivn a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts titan we row have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buyinc We also do repairing and njoining 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 A postoffice and daily mail has been established at Lor eiize in the south western portion of the county not far from Faubush with J M Wilson as postmaster also a semiweekly mail at Bourbon with J C Wait as postmaster Somerset Journal I have practiced medicine for 86 Years mId have consulted the leading pbyfcicians in this country in regard to a remedy for dyspepsia but have never been able to find anything that would effect a cure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stom ach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I used Kodol I can eat any thing and feet that my health is better than it over was in my life I cannot say enough for Kodolfor It has saved my life I know that it will cure IiiIrectedlIJUDGING from tim way they have begUii to stink those fish served the other night at the Hargis supper evi dently needed salt Lexington Observ cr Late late brother to salt the fish Ret ter salt somo of your young politic ians and perhaps they may be saved the humiliation of having their friends scorn them on account of the odor arising from tho JettWblteHargis episode Judge P U Major aged 81 bestl1 Farm Foi4SaIe in Kentucky jjmiles from rail lo Excellent improvements all in grass wellwa tered Contains 235 jcres could be divided Terms extra insy- Ij B EVAxS apr 1 If K 41 House Ky A TEXAS WiDNDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of HaUs Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gnivel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mall on secelpt of SI One small bottle ill two monthe treatment and will cur any caso above- mentioned Dr E W Hall solo manufacturer P 0 Box 62 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen Mcee Merchant Richmond K REAl Tins Richmond Ky Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear Sir I have used ono bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnda whun I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Kespeclfully- 7jnn ly JonsA R1I DEL NewY rtlmpper Greatest Theatrical Paper in America All Interested In the happenI tteAMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINCLE COPY IO CENTS For Solo by oil Newadeilers In all ports of tile world SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER New YorK City The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his sprint stock of carryalls surrics buggies etc They have nev er shown alarRflr stock or betler styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairinr repainting of buptries wagons eto a specialty best work and lowest pries All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Just Before Bedtime take a Lit He Early Kisor it will cure constipation hillioiiBtiePs null liver troubles DoWitts Little Early Risers are different from other pills They do not gripe and breal down the inn cons membranes of tho stomach liver And bowels lint cure liy cenlly arousing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by E C Wines Adj Gen Murray has re ceived notice that Kentuckys portion of the national annual appropriation for militia sup plies and equipment is 25 932 01 now ready for payment No Pity Shown For years fate was after mo contin uously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of piles cans ing 24 tumors When all failed lens Arnica Salve curd me Equally good for burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at al drug stores 1m At Jackson Police Judge Cardwell fined Finis Hayes and John Bailey S50 each for operating blind tigers A warrant was issued for Good loe Combs on the same charge Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Tills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness Into energy brainfa into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by all druggists ins At a meeting of the Ten nessee Worlds Fair Commis sion B A Enloo was elected secretary and director of ex hibits and D F Wallace as sistant secretary Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persistent and unmerciful torturehas perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from rheuma lism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles ol it completely relieved and cured me Just as good for liver and kidney troubles and general debil ity Only SOc Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists 1m Capt B J Ewen is author ity for the story that friends of Jett and White are going through Harrison county attempting to disqualify men for jury service Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles Etc Medicine Free It you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any pInt ot the Ialhiiighairskin Itches and burns sore lips or gum eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beginutngsof dead ly cancer Take Botanic Blood Balm It kills the poison In the blood there a healthy blood supply to the affected parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings malignantbloodand scales pimples running sores CaT buncles scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obsti nato vases Improves the digestion DruggistsSIBalm neat free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m Katie Dear is thname of a Louisville trained nurse Fifteen persons were in jure t iii astret car collision at StlAuii SIMMONS ++CALL AT ++ + JONES MERSBON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Ginnlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssss3s1 Phone 3 Second St Arc due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken Into the stomach Which fails 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 storucbtrouble lourmonthsKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only trIa15IzePrepared by E O DWITT 00 CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas OneEye At a Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits ono injures the other ultimately both suffer Wo 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 a Qea- 1a St RcmOT Nothing has ever equalled itNothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For Pricegfg A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it falls Trial Bottles free ptitbloodpure blood Tones and invigorates the whole system 1m LIVERTROUBLES lAnd ThedCon BlockDT ught 4 diseaseItcred1180 with doctors It lull the med ROLINRHARTIN If your liver does not act reg go to your druggist and secure a of Thedfords- BlackDraught and take a dose tonight This great family frees the constipated bowels stira up the torpid liver and causes a wealthy secretion of bile Draughtwillpurities and strengthen the kidneys A torpid liver invites biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid hey Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent of Thedfords Black Draught should always be kept ItlaekDranght excelitWIWASL W ill THEDFORD5BLAK DRAUGHT KER BRo21A 77 4 The above Cuts represents the Studebaker Wagon and PichWilliamson Co Under Feed Furnace the best of their class on the market We would be glad for you to call and inspect them before buying We would be glad to supply your want when in needof any thing in the Hardware specialtyLet us Give you an estimate on your work jr i Respectfully Yours ARBU KLE WeakHearts e Big Dill Coal Co ORLANDOKYj Shippers of J Anile Coal 4++ + +++ 4 + ++ + + ++ + ++ + ++++ j1 t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t 1 grate without any attention 0 tA r + + +C y J e MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys I L5t 3 0 f 1 SKINS For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase Hour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone 1663 WACO KY tt Wool Carding in Season Notice to Tax=Payers Kadisoa Fiscal Court Order Taxes under the Statute am due the 15th of March each year A great many of tho taxpayers of Madison county delayed the payment of their taxes until the let of November and have delayed so long as to cause the county to havo to pay some interest on some of the claims against it To obvi ate the necessity of interest anti to meet tho just claims against the county the Sheriff is directed to proceed to the taxes at once and after the collectI July he will levy if necessary lect the taxes He will send his deputies into the various districts as the law prescribes and will enforce a more prompt payment of taxes state and county J F WAGERS SMC 4tSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in September a Highclass Private School at Kirksvillo Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings Ho will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one oJ the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are fine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all iu quities toG P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or th B Sheffield XirkvilleXyc We it1CWndapi 1ijJnCbenauU The Best System of Heating a Residence Wo will call and see you if you w- antPlumbing Or Heating Addre- ssRICnMOND KY- or Third floor of Post Offico LEXINGTOM Plumbing Co t4 rI A DY s000Watches Dollar Watch which sells at the lowest price carries the strong andkhasrhan all other lwatches Pwfect m ct1racy1sue and other 1rsoJr7Sb dcat rs I1erJrI W1y rM I IL3II J A C q1b m A ace C t 2- J J I Vp