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ThE RICHMOND CLIMAXIY t LUllE3 L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 22 1903 NUMBER 9 r THEY GOEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods at the Hustling Gash Store MUST GO r WashGoodsMensSlippersfact every thing is offered at prices so low opIJ r your own price Dont Miss It SoapCompanyquarter of a century it is a wonderfully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skinand beautifying to the complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million families throughout the breadth and length of the land are today using ROYAL CUTICLE SOAPAnd will use no other f f fThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Roval Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR JO r Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross 10 f f lACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings- in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from I ne Vrteeexs Qeo M Willging 209 West Main Street rt j The Walters School RICHMOND KY J An academy for boys modeled tfta r the best Eastern boys schools Tin nurse of study is thorough fitsptu afcJ L s I- J business n professional SChOOlS M tliMl comprisef re q ue n t 1Iitvn IIiitiins attention to each I- J hot individually aftrrnoon session tl v IcI i ulmly to study LuilIlI and equipinent are un pxlellc r Fn catalogue etiy write James T Barrett Principal c I r- It4 is2CTUkY AMUL 1t tr JST FEATURES UNSURPASSED W REDUCED 1RJ1TES IOH APP LlCATIONJ PAUL MJUSTICEsecy EVERYBODY COMING 1 I WILL ACCEPT The Elliott Institute Presidency IAs elsewhere announced Rev G P Simmons returned Saturday from Kentucky where he went to investigate an offer of the presidency of a private institution of learning in the Central part of the State known as the Elliott Institute Holding public position as he does and being in the public eye almost con tinually Mr Simmons move ments and plans are to some extent a matter of interest to ie whole community There tore the News interviewed him in reference to his trip to the Blue Grass State and its probable results Elliott Institute is situated in the rich and populous re gion of Central Kentucky of which Lexington is the center It is patronized liberally by the people around who pay more attention to private in stitutions of learning than to the public schools The In stitute receives large tuition fees It is the purpose of the management to enter upon an aggressive policy in building up the Institute and Mr Simmons was thought to- he the man to be at the head of it under such a policy uWill you accept Yes I expect to When will you go That is not fully deter mined The school opors in September and I desire to be on the ground as longtime a as possible before th opening Then you will go thereat least as early as August I presume so What will you do with- your property here It will be for sale or rent if not sold Why do you wish to leave Newton Falls Mr Simmons The principal reason is that the winters here do no agree with us Our childrenr have been sick every winter since we ht ve been here au both Mrs Simmons and my self have been affected in the same way With the coming of spring and summer ou health improves but we ar fully convinced that we wi have better health away fro m this climate in the winter Night Was Her Terror I would ditiich nearly all night long writes In JliHa Applrgate of Alex anyIeepif I will keel a nlork 1 would couuh fritthiflilir and spit blood hut whfn all usher medicines fnllpll threat bottles of Dr Kings New Uisioveiy wholly ctircd nits meal 1 gained 58 pounds TIH absolutely gunran teed to ultra cougha culls luurippe hrouoldliK andall tlinml situ lung troubles Price 50c and Crml bottles free at all drag stores 1m I B Slmckelford Co have con traded with the MUler U F Co for the fate of their KuugfS in 51 dlapa county tf A Faithful Servant A brief item in a Mt Olivet paper tells a story of devotion to duty that is worthy of more extended mention In a remote part of Robertson county resides a small number of people less than a dozen who cling to the faith of their fathers and are known as Hald hell Bap tists No preacher of that denom ination resides in that section and even if there were the believers in the faith are too few in number to give one supportOnly once a year are they permitted to break the bread of life with a pastor of their faithand it is made a season of spiritualrpjoil ng A week or two ago they were rolled together but it is not of this meeting that the Democrat desires to speakIt to note the fact of the faithfulness of the serv ant of God that ministers to the spiritual wants of this little flock We who live in this favored section of Kentucky in towns and villages filled with churches in a country so fav orably blessed that a church can be found at nearly every inconIr venient at times to attend divine worshlpaltIlough the distance to be traveled is in significantThink a preacher who travels eight hundred miles on horseback Over moun tainous roads fording streams riding through mountain gulches where there is no de fined road sometimes travel ing day and night to reach his appointment in time That is what a grand old man that noble servant of God Elder Smoot does when he makes his annual pilgrim age from away over in the Southeastern part of Old Virginia to his little flock down in Robertson county These believers in that faith are poor in this worlds goods the old preacher does not mind a little thing like that It is even stated that in the years he has ministered to their spiritual needs he has refused to accept any salaryHe travels that eight hundred miles through sunshine and storm without hope of earthly reward or recompense it is theMasters work that is calling the laborers are few but he is oneof those who are faithful and willing to serve without money and without price We do not know this noble old man but we do know that on the final day the verdi t will be well done good and faithfulservantenter thou into the joy of thy Lord KIND THAT COUNTS Best People of Richmond Give Their Endorsement ronnlforthatU08Us Richerespon sibility have gone of their way to pub DlInlKidlllYiieren allot her such endorsement NBitamuni for in present good health xnd tine physical ciiniittlon attest to their niifnlfererIrnmthe doctoring I had done loud been InI vain I was troubled continually wih KBvero dragging pains in lliBsmall of hxvta plendi cure elFoaterstatesd and take no substitute 1m Old Point Comfort Va Cheap Excursion Rates Via C 03e11On July 29th round trip tickets will be sold from Lexington Ky and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 13 Tickets good 15 days from date of sale For full information inquire of your agent or write John D Potts G P A Cincinnit 6 or G W Barney D P A Lexington KyI DYIfakeAll druggists refund the Hit JWtlroveseIRuaturea Disease takes no summer vacationIf need flesh and strength us- eScottst Emulsion iununer as in winter Send for free sample- S OTr A TOWNE Chemists 409115 Ieitl Street New York Sac andoo aU dru1a Have you Heard of the Lions Mouth Colliers Weekly is conducting a very novel and interest ing competition for its read ers each month To enter the contest all one has to do is to review the issues of Colliers for the current monthand answer the two or three ques tions which are printed in each issue giving such opin ion and such suggestions as will aid in improving the pa per Colliers aims in this way to secure the assistance of every one of its readers in making the paper more to their liking Every reader infact becomes one of the editors and has his voice in building the greatest illus trsited journal of the age The first prize each month awarded for the most helpful suggestion is S50 in cash with z second prize of 2r in cashand eighteen other prizes of sets of books rang ing in value from S32 down to So malting in all 8329 of value given in prizes eachmonth There are in addition cumu lative cash prizes for those who win prizes in successive months and a big cash prize of 1000 for the most valua jFortending contestants who can not be promptly supplied by newsdealers all the copies of Colliers for the current month will be sent postpaid together witha handsome proof of a drawing by Charles Dana Gibson upon receipt of 40 cents in stamps addressed to the Lions Mouth Colliers Weekly 438 West 13thstreet New York Catarrh of the Stomach WIIMII the Htiinach is overloaded i when food is taken turbo it that fails to digest it decays and inflames the mucous membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secret muciu dilteHIIIInstomach For years I suffered with indigestionKodulnyspepstaTex ttold by E C Wines 1m Splendid Attractions at Lexington Elks Fair There will be a splendid line of attractions at the Lex ington Elks Fair this year the dates being August 30 to 15 inclusive Besides the sensationalrailroad collision in which two real live loco motives weighing 30 tons eachwill crash together at fullspeed on the afternoon of Wednesday the third day will be DeBaughs 20th Cen tury Band of 35 musicians a Japanese village splendid live stock rings daily racing Thte premium list is greater this year than ever before The Elks of Lexington are sparing neither pains nor money in making their big show this year a success An interesting application for a pension wes recently re ceived by the pension department from Kentucky This application follows Dear Gentlemen f served three years in the federal army i a Pennsylvania regiment and contracted the itch while in the front Since that tam I have had to scratch myself continually This takes time from my business duties an I think I am physically incapacitated as a result and deserve a pension Please let me know if I can have one and what will be the amount The Foundation of Health N unshtneiit is the foundation health life strength KodoL Dysp aia Cure is the one great medicine that enables the stomach and digestive or galls 10 digest assimilate and transform nil foods into the kiud Of blood th nourishes the nerves and feeds the tl suns KoHol 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 use of Kodol Sold by E O Wines lea The grand jupy at Evan ville returned about 60 ineI r merits against rioters c W1 Bryan An old friend of W J Bry an in an interview with a Courier Journal reporter says I have known him all my life he said and have known him well He is a brilliant man and I am a great admirer of his although I am not of his way of thinging Bryan always had a leaning for the newspaper business and prefers it to law or even politics He used to write a great deal for a paper in Oma ha and is now happy with his Commoner He was always a speaker and I heard him not long ago speak in achurch in Philadelphia He knew the pastor of the church who had lived in Lincoln and agreed to lecture the recharging nothing to help raise a fund to payoff a mortgage on the church They charged S5a seat and the church was filled so full that it was im possible for another person to enter Several hundreds were turned away The fund was raised in one night The act was characteristic of Bry an He is a strong Presby tet ian and is a great church man Brutally Tortured A case came to light that for persist ent and unmerciful torturehas perhaps never been equaled Joe of Coined writes KIT 15 years I endured insulTerable pain froth rheunm ism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across Bitters and its the greatest medicine OH earth for that trouble A few bottles ot it completely relieved and cured inn Just as good for liver and kidney troubles and general debil ity Only 50c Satisfaction guaran teed by all druggists 1m A departure in horse show classification is the champion ship classes of the Louisville Show Association hey are open classes except- as to previous winners The following horses haYing won championships in the Louis ville show are not eligible to compete in the classes in which they have won champ ionships Harness singleLord Brilliant British Lion Prince CharmingHarness Bril 1Charmingand ing Sampson and Sigsbee Saddle Horse three gaits Motto Christabel Sousa Saddle Horse five gaits Montgomery Chief Czar Mc Donald Gypsey Queen and FrenchmanThere six champion ships this year two being added for roadsters single and double A total of 6000 is offered for champion win ners 1000 for each class divided into 700 200 and Sl00 for the first secondand third prize winners respec tively Of the first prize 100 will be in souvenir plate The total offered by the Louisville Association is 22000 in sev entysix classes The chamionship classes are shown the first night of the show Monday September 28and the first prizeor cham pionship winners are exclud ed from winning in other classes in which they may be entered except the tandems fourinhands and Batonyi Challenge Cup A Fine Farm For Sale Desiring to engago in other busines offer fur sale my farts on which 1 reside in Madison county Ky Saul 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 immediately on the Richmond and nine miles trom Richmond and midway between the thriving villages of Paint NnbeingIthe cereals and is now nearly all well wateredeall respects the residence a substantial brick of seven rooms is also in good re pair having been recently painted and newdtogs Taking all in all there is rarely offered for sale a more desirable conn trv home I will he pleased to show the premises to parties wishing to pur chase Address WT TEVIS Silver Creek Ky Mark H Heissman ormley Kentuckyepis dead of consumption atFour persons were killed and four injured at a Pennsyl vania railroad crossing near Redcomb Junction 0 Pittsburg Machinists voted to accept this tendered scale of wages awd there wm be no strike 000BO YOUINOoo That The Greatest Spring and Summer CLEARANCE SALE Ever Seen in Richmond is now in FULL BLAST at n THEPC j 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 i V Summer Dress Goods white goods lauiesfine shoes ajul Slippers mens Low Icut shoes ClothingrHats Parasols Notiensof all kinds Laces Hamburg 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 w them direct Nothing reserved Money savedon every purchase All new stuffand new styles Come at once and avoid the rush Very respectfully WD OLDHAM co BUSY BEE CASH STORE DayISeven Million hOes sold in past 12 months MEATMALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Heres LUe and Strength la Erery Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Loolsrille Ky January n svm MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen examined Meat and Malt withitsstate that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT IF MALT CO Louavllle tC We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put In 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 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 Aso Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the ee stn s and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite andProrrtptS- ervice and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phoae 142 L A N Depot Bichiaaood Ky This signature ira r ores Grip in Two Days on every box2Sc R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY MAIN ST PRODUCE Exchangefor Groceries Everything sold a- tLOWEST PRIES I CALL AND SEE ME l R H HUMPHEYS Telephone 31 t f Wall Paper and Painting Your Attention fIscalled to the magnificent display of Walt Paper I carry in stock Having just received shipment of the very latest styles in all grades of paper you can maydesiroyour walls when sold and by If de malerilljueddesiriuCWall j TELEPHONE 332 f Place of business Irvine Street between Second and 1Third Opposite Kellogg Cos Wholesale Grocery J s W L LEEDSs tJ a i KentvicKy 1 lnterchangeableDlskorShoe ALL SIZES FROM 0 TO 22 DISKS OR SH SIwith or SeedAttachments Grit Preof Bearings to DIsksI4 aaa Kentucky Bearings used last satlsactbuPcrfeetdid Seed lied Stands Drouth and insures pood Low Fn Send wasand Jq No igh fl ALKL RICAN SEIDIIiG MACHINl COllI iViLHO Iic I q ii j 1 it 7 NEW FIRM A FULL LINE OF NEW OXFORDS- AT REDUCED PRICES + ao t Mens t +4 4+ + + S5 00 ox FORDS FOR 350 400at 315 3 50 u 2 s5 300u 235 250 195 200U U 155 r kJ u I JU L Y 2 IIO3 CVEKV HI FOR J 11 Of Clark ounty WR B A Of FOR C FOR We are to announce F J PER InJs of Baldwi a for Jailer of to the action of the b prty rte are to D C a for Jailer of to the action of the party vve are to N B a for Jailer of sub jeot to the action of the Democ atic party w to J B a for Jailer of anb J t to the action of the party Ve are to A J ROBS a andi ate for Jollier of sub 4 o the act n of the party We are to a for Jailer of to the action of the are to G P a fur of to the act Ion of the part oriie to vKHS of a for J iif tothe action of the party FOR ore to BEN F JlU v AnDS a for of Pubu of to th action of the ptrty We ire to ann lIncc JOHN for Sunrr if Pin ho tif com y to thj jtioi of the D Jare to J L of u Lick as a for Asses s r to the action of the prty FOR mo tothe action of the P r y FOR lON We are to I M LI to our of of Ij are w J +NNHNfN + t t All icesaeSee Our BARGAIN eOUNTER of Ladies Oxfords Yours Respectfully CRITCHER Sc TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky ie Richmond Climax CHBNAULT President dILLERmEditor Managers DESA UHLIHHKH WKUNICSIlAy The Slimax Printing Co Iurarpornt- etlDEMOCRATIC TICKET CIRCUIT JUDGE HON BENTON COMMON ABALTHS ATTORNEY LION CKUTCHER Jessamine County CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY WHITE- 2innouncements JAILER authorized candidate Wilson county subject iNOcratlc authorized announce OKianaag candidate Madison Inty subject Democratic authorized announce JONKS candidate Madison County eareauthorized announce DOZIER candidate Madison county Democratic authorized announce Madison county Democratic authorized announce MORGAN TAYLOR candidate Madison county sublet Democratic authorized announce PETER KICISH candidate Jailer Madison civility subject Democratic Weareaut announce ANDKRSON Speedwell candidate Madison county subject Democratic COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We authorized announce candidate Superintendent schools 1adlon cmnty subject Democratic authorized NOilNI onndldiite nendent Madison suhjret iiiiKrati rmrty- FORASSKSSOR authorized announce BAKER Precinct candidate ubject Democratic COUNCILMAN LIIPI4acandldasubject Democratic TAIILK authorized announce subjectto Cl f BrowerCOq xlNIroN KY Lest You Forget We want impress upon your mind that line 1111 Old Hickory Splint Reed and Crex Grass Furniture Consisting Chairs Rockers Setees Couches Swings Carpets Rugs just the thing for your lawn and porches dur ing the hot weather CfiBfowerCoi MAIN AND BRIADWAYLRXINIfIuN ty Nl1 1 LadlestNNHNNNN 400 OXFORDS FOR 315 350 275 300 235 250 185 200 160 150 120 125 100 Gov Bradley Roasts The Corrupt Unfair Methods of His Own PartyDem ocrats Cut This Out For Future Reference The following extracts from the speech of exGov W 0 Bradley before the Committee on Credentials at the liepdhlican State Convention last week are copied from Fridays Louisville Herald the official Republican paper of Kentucky Govllradleys favorite Hon A E Wilson as everybody believes and as Gov cliqueDemocrats up now distinguishedleadGentlemen has it come to this Even under that law you and I have de nounced as the tjoebal law the officers of election have the right to askevery man that comes to register what his politics are and even under that law when they come to select officers of election they have the right to ascertain the poli ics of men and divide the officers of election equally AND YET WHILE WE DENOUNCE THEGOEBEL LAW THAT GIVES US AN EQUAL DIVISION uf THEE OFFICERS YOU ARE ASKED TO SUSTAIN THE KULING OF Tills COMMITTEE WHICH DENIES TO US ANYTHING IN THE NEIGH BOUHOOD OF AN EQUAL NUMBER OF OFFICERS Now my friends you know something about the condition of affairs I am not here to say whether riphfnlly or wrongfully I am not here to abuse Re publicans HUT I AM HERETO SAY THAT IN THE OAMPAINGNOF1901 UNDKRTHE AUSPICES OF THIS SAME COMMITTEE with the exception of three or four new men who have been added in place of those who have been taken tiff that you saw the Republican city of Louisville that had been going by a iDHJiritv from 4000 to 12COOtn the republican party turned over to the Democrats by a majority of 8 000 You heard the charges that were made whether true or not it is nut for me to say but if true I have no doubt that TilE SIAM IN THE MOON WHEN HE PASSED OVER THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE HELD HIS THUMB AND HIS FINGER TO HIS NOSE IN ORDER TO SUSTAIN HIS STOMACH I dont know whether true or not 1 know this is the talk We cant afford to have the semblance of unfairness VfI cant atTord to be suspected of it We must stand here alJ the represen tatives of law and orderas the representatives of free and untrammelled suf frage I have faiths in the people God bless the people TO HELL WITH THE PRIMARY APPLAUSE I favor that system which gives the people a ensues of holding conventions but in final elections the people are the sover eignH Their voice is as the voice of God By them I stand for I believe in tie honesty and integrity of the people and I plead with you today for a rep reseiitation for the people AND NOT FOR THE MACHINE Great ap plauxe I PLEAD TODAY FOR THE SUFFRAGE OF THE CITY OF LOUIS VILLE I PLEAD FOR THE FAIR DEALING TO EVERY REPUBLICAN AND EVERY IAN WHO IS WILLING TO SUPPORT THE NOMINEE I beg anti plead fr freedom in elections for fairness soil for manhood and whenever we cease to pled fur this then we will meet that defeat which we desetve I am arguing in behalf of that great element of independent voters In Ken tucky that we are asking and hoping will come and help us in this race IF WE WANT TH EM WE MUST SHOW THAT WE ARE ENTITLED TO THEIR SUPPORT We must show that we are forfair elections We must show that ve are fair men among ourselves and in ourlparty and THAT WE DO NOT PREACH oN EIH1N AND PRACTICE ANOTHER THING The Herald makes this admission of Gov Bradleys speech THE ARGUMENT WAS A LAWYERLIKE STATEMENT OF THE VASE AND MU BRADLEY URGED THAT THE REPUBLICANS COULD NOT AFFORD WIZEN COMBATTING FRAUD AND CORRUPTION TO AKE A NOMINATION TO WHICH ATTACHED THE SHADOW OF UNFAIRNESS Nuuihstanding Gov Bradleya courageous stand for fairness and honesty in his party the Willson delegates for whom he was pleading were thrown out and when Gov Bradley was asked fur a statement for publication we find this bringing parting shot Gov Bradleys Statement HIt was the machine that beat Wlllsoo said former Qoveraor WO Bradley to Heads last sight He could not break the machine TliHt is exGov Bradleys characterization of the methods by which the Re publican nominee for Governor carried Louisville and secured his nomination The several contests before the Dem icratic Sta e Central Committee have been amicably settled and the commit tee has adjourned with the beet of feeling upon all Bides Tim campaign will- Ie directed from Louisville and ar rangements for the opening will boon he made In the Hoyle Mercer circuit W U Bull and Charles R Hardin were g ecu the nominations for Judge anti nniinoiiweidih8 Attorney and in the LvonCiilhWav circuit Judge Thomas I Cook wee declared the nominee TIIK whoul per capita this year will bli till a steady increase since the urerentadmiuistration began and an TUIpitYschool per capita and restore order where dials reigmd are reasons Mif detent for the re election of a Demo cratic ticket even if there were out a thousand and one other reasons Lex ington Democrat A NKWSPAPKB Y11 a county papal without no pinion on public queue Lions or with dit thn courage to express it cant be depended upon fr reliable news Shelby Record Amen Lot soak in as the Methodist parson said aUrr bearing a brother give a talk on helflre Hews this We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward fur any case of Catarrh that can not be cured Halls Catarrh Cure K JMENEY CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the Iaet 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all Ijiifiinefis transactions and financially Rhl to carry out any obligations made by their firm- rst Trnax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Welding Kinnan Marvin Wholeewle druggists Toledo Ohio HallV Catarrh Cure is taken inter tally acting directly upon the blond aidtncoa surfaces of the Bvstem jVetioioiiialsHHiit free Prire 75c per bottle Hold by till DrtiggUtti HaUa Family Pills are the bust last i a Jt rBow They tee letterfromenclustuhiteadltrage stated that he could not get along without the ClIMAX as it in always like a letter from home he he countyHefor crops is not so mod as usual but the weather fine and plenty of rain A Year Without a Summa The month of June 1903 has beet 41nlyPhiladelphiaLedJ6r byCharlesobserved and recorded statistic ot lift weather for every mouth haw 1700 to 1846 both inclusive JBn In 1816 the medium temperature uf this month was only 64 degrees and it was rememberThere morningthereblew of every description were much injured All 0 had been previously destroyed as not a month iceFromvarious parts of Vermont three inches in the interior of New York an d spy eral Indies in New Hampshire and Maine The medium temperature of tbe whole year In Philadelphia was lethtrihAugustThere hpPotomacthroughAmerica nieteurologistrinof the year paid It wtHild ever hw reniPinherpd that ISIS WII8 a year it winch there was no Bitmcier and tile tPineratiirp or the year Iaft a whole was the lowest ever kmwn It was inthel l ifs DEATHS LALOB Mr and Mrs A H Lalor have been called upon to give up their little son aged twentytwo months His death occurred last week from pneumonia Interment took place in the Richmond Cemetery WILLIAMSON The news of the death of Rev O P Williamson of Allan a Georgia causes widespread sorro here where that man was to well known and beloved His death occurred in Brooklyn New York on last Thursday His remains were brought to Lexington Saturday for interment Deceased was one of the best known ministers in the Christian church and was for years the beloved pastor of the Christian church at this place and at the same time the princi pal of Madison Institute LETTON Mr M B Letton died on last Thursday night at the home of his daughter Mrs R A Woolnms De ceased hid been confined to his bed for several months and his death was not unexpected Mr Letton was a native of Bourbon county but for several years had made his home with his daughter He made many friends during his residence in this city who were grieved to hear of tip demise Hn was of a gentle disposition and un assuming in his manner Upright in his dealings and a true Christian gen tleman true to all his convictions and and to his fellowmeb He will be sadly missed in the home circle where he was best known and best beloved He leaves lour daughters to mourn ills loss Mrs R A Woolnms and Miss Mabel Letton of thia city Mrs J R Williams of Falmouth and Miss Patsy Lotion of Paris Mr Letton s remains were taken to Paris last Satur day for intermen- tMcKeeAgnes aged three and a half years second child of Mr and Mrs Richard J McKee died last FriIday after a comparatively short Two little sisters Mary Joseph 51 years old and Lonlne Thornton sixteen months are left Services of a solemn character were hole at the Catholic church conducted by Father Ryan followed by interment in the Lexing ton cemetery where the little one was laid to rest beside her dear grandpa whose death occurred Oily two weeks heore Hearing the name of his favor ite child Agnes long since in the bosom of Jesus this little namesake was always close to the heart of the aged parent Where is grandpa frequently inquired the little 10Yf done since his death On Friday in the Ce lestial City there must have been a joyful reunion of the grandfather and the little cherub who never understood why grandpa went away In this fresh sorrow the bereaved parents and grandmother have the sympathy of this entire community Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against 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 and save costs R J McKEE July 15 4t Administrator C M Coyle Richmond Ky makes your old furniture look like new All work guaranteed Lowest cash prices 8tf More Oil The following notice will be of inter cityThecounty oil fields for several weeks came in yesterday on the Gray lease in the Richland development It is the property of the Dividend Oil and Gas Company and is classed as a twentyflvebarrel producer It was drilled into the low r sand but a good pay sand was found above this forma tion This is the fourth well drilled on the Gray lease Others will he drilled Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time in sums of 1000 orover on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCIIER JR apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky Seed Wheat tot Sale I have for sale several hundred bush els of seed wheat FultzoMediterranean variety This wheat has 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 Twmno july52t Whites Station Kv For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo Nol No2 No3 No4 No5 No6No7 No8 No9 No10 NollNo No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 11018 ifolQ No 20 No 2- 1N022 J iF twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot OxlSO feet small barn Price 1000 J50J less than original cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court Louse A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re pair Price 600 s120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price 10 producingfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other im provements In fine locality Price i500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No s Price JlOOO Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each Hood cottage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 Handsoe twostory residence In brat part of Richmond lot nd alt necessary out buildings A bargain at fildo Nice residence containing seven diyLargenecessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap inloladisonoutbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoinarbor nil necessary out building Rthrivingand schools are convenient Price 500 inRichmondotcltyLotA twostory residence in good feetAll2800 A alee residence for anyone desir ing an ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings In Richmond well Price 2200 Two lot120xieO feet in good neigh borhood Price 700 Cottage on a nice resident street ctmiuiiilng four rooms and neces purchaseoontheinstallment paintresldelce An meal cottage or five rooms ryhUllJuIJdlngsiC1uding tern Price 11110 Wilt sell palutrsldeace n i vi Come anti see the heaviest the best and the most complete Range in1 the market The Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf DH Slmckelfnrd Co Call us up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call sod look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it toad 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 Iticlimond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop TOLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash SUAralteerl of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal posse YouVant the toFamily10 vear old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 sties 5I5 tjugs 2 OII e 6u coloUIt8 f3 2 u jugs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEA ROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Kv The Best System of Heating a Residence We will call and see you if you want PlumbingOr Address RICHMOND ICY or Third floor of Post Off- iceLEXINGTON Plumbing Co A little life may be hours delay Cholera iDfontumavs enterv diarrhoea come suddenly On J Iv safe plan IH to have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry always on hand i Furniture Cat Every admirer of beautiful house fur 1nishings should call on TO S JOPLIN J Street dealer and view his f Ill superbstock j Bed Room Suits 7 A JHandsomeJ Beautiful Odd Chairs Pedestals Pictures in fact everything j to make the home beautiful Remember the na- meeJ0 J S JOPLIN r and the placerj inCCollins Building G Undertaking Specialty 1 Grand Opening 10 aFTH- EGLOBE 10 STORE Will Be Held Saturday Aug I jfi I And in order to introduce our new and vast m- o3C9h oi I f 10 jf 5radeat11RXN 41 two u dre and Vt 5 1es we will offer during opening week our 10and 1250 Suits at I I 10 I 750 and 15 and 18 Suits at 1000 We will also offer 350 4 and 5 I Shoes At 300The very highest grade 3and 350 Ladies Shoes will go at 250I4tc We will also carry a full andcomplete line of the very latest styles in Gents Furnishing Goods whichwill also be sold at cut prices during the opening weeka I 101 See Our Line of Latest Style Hats C Roseastein Go 208 Main Street formerly occupied byIJohn G Taylor Son tlFor Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c lOc Lawns at9c 15c Lawns at 12c 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c Ladies Corset Covers 30cn Skirts 99et Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 1 1 inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Petticoats 10 inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats j High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199 each f Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours 1 corMa2fJEN McKEERICHMOND KENTUCKY I J Great Clothing Sale AT Louis and Gus Straus Lexington Ky Onethird Off On All Clothing This is the chance of your life to get good Clothing at Low Prices Mm nLinen Suits Pants sad Vest 99 Ms a Suit RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle CO cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks anil to tome ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never falls Instant permanent cure At any store 20 cents im vigoroushealththe stomach the liver mid kidneys stioiiR and active Burdock Blood Bitters does it Itn 25c for 29c 39c 75cit 69c 75c for tiDe H 89c Sateen e boat them older relief drug 19c 49c Meat and Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed by lending Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes appetizingHasIf your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Kobt J Frich cor 7lh and Main Sts or Leon S Abraham cor tat and Broadway Louisville Ky and a Quart bottle will be sent to you ex press prepaid Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D CJIEXABLT mtlS tferrill ivy Mothers lose their dread for that terrible second summer when they have 8lmwItracted with the Miller R F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county tf For upholstering and repairitir See C M kyle two doors Fast Gw d Opera House Richmond Ky Tile Miller Range people tell us if a customer telephones us they Jo not like the Miller Range for us to tenth a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end If D R Shnckelford C Dont forget to see that swell lillefwall paper shown hy Perry fe Thimian ELDERS S BARGAIN STOREL J We take pleasure in theannouncing to public that we are again in business and are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods c Prettiest line of x White Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinery W i u ever shown in this city t Call and inspect ptigMand be convinced that we can save you money tic I f t to + + lto 1 Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trat3 1 E ELDER T JfIWe Are Ready To Talk BUSIneSS Our line of and nowcomplete IineDontlatest thing out in a vehicles Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions ec eTTaq DOT RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond ClimaxW- EDNFSDAYJLJLYfl 1903 A newsy correspondence from Mob erly came too late for thU weeks issue but will be published next week John Francis colored was given ten days and 2fine in Jud Turpins court last Wednesday lor carrying concealed weapons Mayor Ed Hughes exChlef of th Louisville fire department was struck by an electric car in that city on Mon day and instantly killed Prof EAFox the State Secre tary and an expert in the methods will have a prominent part in the county Sunday at Kirksville next Wednesday In Mason county W T Suit and his wife Elizabeth after twenty five years ot married life found they didnt suit each other and Mr Suit flied suit for divorce from Mrs Suit Probably Mrs Suit wanted to wear the breeches The Glade District Sunday School Convention at Wallaw ton was the best vet held Seven Magisterial Dier trict8of Madison county have now hold their convent inim KirkRvillp will close the list holding its conven tion in the Christian thnrch Kirks ville from 830 to 10 a m or July 29 August 1st the closed season on the doves will expire and under the pro visions of the name law it will he prop er to shoot him until next sprint Reports from the wheat and millet filds of the coUntyare to the effect tint the birds are plentiful and uniifiiiallv plump this vexrann some good sport is expected in the stubble patches Dance at Mallory Gilbert and Adams will give a hop at Mnllorv Springs Thursday July 30th Everyone invited and a as sured Referred to the Grand Jury The examining trial of Letcher Bogie midwife chftrved with shooting John Moor s in Bngien restaurant about two weeks airn was called yesterday and on motion of their attorney Judge Chen anlt examination was waived and the case referred to the trrnnd jury Cars of Thinks The roistivesut Mrs A L G tt di Brf to thnnk the many fripmill fur their klndne nnd attention during her long illnttw and to exprs to them their heartfelt xpnreriatiiu Also to hpr- phviiMn for lug nntiri IInd hmder- altpnllon during her Buffring hours May HOlt in his mercy reward each one as h so richly lplIprvp A Falnfol Accident Mr s Nville Mhrley met with a painiiil Hfcident one day last week whiHi rrHilltpd in two uliInrateul ribs an tsnvere hnlillWhil riding over his farm he attempted lo lean from his hnre and pnll H nwitrh In some wayliei lost his balance and full and tlie horse stumblinir rolled over him Mr Molwrlwv has sluice lieen confined ti his bed His friend lirA elud he fared no worse and mint he will rapid Iy reoverFor School iop tinttndtnt- Mr John NtIHi his ii 0011 need himself as a candidate fur t lie fllcc lit Huprrintendn f Mailis i mintv vchooU Mr N tiinl i a jrmlnntM of Cititml Ullil ltv mid hiss ad wide experience III teaching having tduglit in the inuiuity and in the nrepHratory de partment of lie nhi n tiHmxd institn tiuii He IIN tniurln for the past three years in uldwell Hlirli rlionl anti is with every hef cOunty and riiv school lit lit wtR alsi cm netfd for three vars with ihe crnntv hoaid of exttmiitpts iind i iitetshly quid fi1 in fill ill poMiIou of npT htittdeut e 3 Ct1s11vo No Sunday School Convention over in Madison cpnnty has been worked up with so much care as the KirkhIIeNor Store We desire to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in willbPAugust 1st The Globe will carry a complete line of clothing hats shoes and gents furnishings and also ladles shoes frospetlty tomes HlrhITire Express Companies are reported SB having issued a new schedule which makes a considerable increase in the prices chained for freight Why should not Uncle Sainn postoffice de partment carry parcels at a nominal cost ns Is the case in Free Trade England Tried For Halldoos Shootiaj Dave Henderson colored was tried DykesMondayRobert Roberts both of the MiIlioii- eighbuurluunitl Henderson was held under 250 to await the action of the IlweJalbondsmen Has Cast Sixty Democratic Votes Silas Hill aged 81 ycas on May 2 last has the remarkable political rue ord nf having voted the Democratic ticket for MXiy years and Is good lor several more He never held an office Defeated candidates should call en him and find out how to stand by the nominees II Increase In bch ol PercapiU col1inlttendent McUhesney to be 2 60 there being available 194716519 During the four years of the Democratic Rd ministration the per capita line averaged eleven and threequarter cents higher than luring the Republican administration preceding Announces For Constable Mr L M Scrivner is announced in this issue of the CLIMAX for the office of Constable subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Scrivner is at present filling out the unexpired term of Mr Frank Kennedy who re signed about a year ago his appointment being made by Judge N B Tur pin HH solicits and will appreciate your support All Our NowNurly The R publicans again met in convention Thursday at the court house to settle the race for the nomination for circuit clerk says the Estill county Herald The formality of nominating Jas A Wallace was gone through with the Wilt delegates taking no part There was an appeal pending before the State Central Committee by Mr Wilt which on Tuesday was decided in favor of Wallace For Jailer In the proper place in this issue of the CLIMAX will tie found the announcement ot Mr Anderson Lakes for Jailer of Madison county Mr Lakes who is familiarly known as Tobe Lakes bus been a worker in the Democratic rank for more than thirty years and now presents his claims to the Demo cratic party asking the support of all If given the nomination Mr Lakes will carry the banner to victory and will fulfill the duties of the office of Jailer with credit Candidate ton ReelecUon Mr W L Leeds announces in thin issue his candidacy for reelection to the city council from the court house ward Mr Leeds hiss served in this ca pacity for the past two years and has most ably filled the place He has been keenly interested in every move ment that was for the betterment of our town and is public spirited in every way He solicits and will appreciate the vote of every Democrat mond Murdered Her Child Mallssa Biirgerstan colored was ai rested last Thursday afternoon by Chief of Police J H Allman on the churge of infanticide Shortly after 12 oclock on the above date a colored man was attracted to a pile of tinder brush in this rear of Mr James Ben netts hv the cries of schildanll invWticatinir found a baby only a few hours old lying beneath the rub bush partly covered with dirt and leaven lhe childs head had been crushed presumably by a brick that wits fiund near hv and which was be smeared with blood rue haby lived only a few minute after it was discov rued The BlgueretHfl woman who was a domestic in the emplove of Mr Bennett was considered to be in a very serious condition when placed in jail hut tier recovery is now certain The Coroners jury returned the following verdict which was signed by the jurors the jiry believe this child came to his 1esti by the hands of Melissa Kieir rsufl r- r J E neatherage Co t Elmer Deatherage is the man who sells all kinds oi r j SEEDS AND GRAIN And now it is preserving time and he has plenty of j j Mas nstSelfsealer A j Jars j b Besides these he handles all kinds of GroceriesCanned and Green Goods Fruits Candies and good old j j Country Hams and Side Meat Give him a call Telephone 35 I t j rJ E Deatherage CoIL I i HOT WEATHER COMPORT FOR MgN iCool Suits Linenette Linen Flannel WoolCrash and Homespun 150 Think of a neat comfortable suit genteel looking for only L50 Also lots of good things at 300 500 and 700 And a splendid collection of wool crash suits perfect fitting stylish and fine at 800 1000 and 1250 Light Goats Serges LustersL 00 to Alpacas Cheviots 500 Specialvalues in all sizes regulars extras and longs Tow Linen Pants All sizes up to 50waistevery pair guaranteed not to ripcom fortable and good Try them I When the Cook Leaves I its mighty handy to have a Ore that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turnof Valveand your fire is started with the striking of a match All expense is as easily stopped when done cooking stud the kitchen remains cool and comfortable for the finishing up With Gas Fuel there 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 Light COMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Charged With House BreakintMost every week cert uulgbta we have mentioned one or inure residences that haul been entered during the rendition of the musical program and last Thurtday evening On this datewas not an exception Mr Ed Willis residence on Water street was entered and a watch and a number of dresses and other articles were taken Friday morning Captain Allman was notified of the burglary and immediately went to work on the cae He succeeded in locating the 1res goods in the house occupied by Nancy Turner and Sallio Mnuaay both colored These women were placed in jail anp the Munday woman was given all examining trial Monday and held over to await the action of the grand jury Nancy Turner will have her examining trial to day Installation at Kitksville A called mee hug of Transylvania Presbytery was held at Danville July 7 Presbytery declined to grant the request of Rev Dr H Glass for a dis solution of his pastoral relation with the Somerset church recommend ed that the congregation give him leave of absence for six for the benefit of his health A commission consisting of Rev Dr W H Dodge Rev H McDowell Rev B Katchford and Elder J N Denny was appointed to install Mr Katchford tuwtorof the Kirksville church on the third Sabbath of August and Rev William Crown of Louisville iresbv tery whose father founded the church and was its first pastor was invited at the requebt of the congregation to prearh the sermon on that occasion Christian Observer Painful Accident to 0 H thenault Mr 0 H Jbenault proprietorof the Spendthrift stud located six miles from Lexiugion on the Winchester suthered a very severe accident Saturday which may lay him up for some days to come He had a dredger at work cleaning out a pond on the place and was rid ing the scraper himself Jo see that the work was well done Suddenly his foot slil on the slick surface and falling off thesmall bone in his right leg became twisted and snapped He was carried into the house and a phy sician called who set his broken memo ber and at last he was resting as easily us could lie expected though somewhat pained by his hurt Col Chenault well known in Madison where he spent the earlier part of his life He is a brother of Wm O Chenault and MrsT D Chenanlt Sr of this CEunty RELIGIOUS Next Sunday will be quarterly meet hug at the I1 Eo Church The presiding Elder Brother Bearing will preach both morning and evening A full attendance of the members Is desired as this is the last quarterly meeting in this conference year The demonstrations in England in oPP08itiontothe recent Education Bill uses public mone to gus tain schools that are practically sec I tarian are the most immense we have known At the gathering at Hyde Park to protest against the I aliowed the I measure the gatt entries r entrance of HOOi2 people And yet- I the Government takes no of the popceeet to1250 100 150 Auctioned off Hb Dally Labor The wheat Fields of Kansas are ripe but labor is scarce and high Two mttti are reported to have auctioned off their time HS reapere and the price hilt for them was over six dollars a day But meanwhile in Edwards county Kansas hostilities have broken out between the white and the colored field hands and instead of cutting wheat they have been fighting each otherThis reminds us that trifling lazy negroes of Lexington Ky are being imprisoned there because they will not work at any price though they have no visible means of support The cities are full of idle crap shooters who will not work for love or money More Tall Men in MadIson Just as we expected after our hall column of names of Madison county citizens over 6 feet 2 inches tall in their bare feet published in last weeks issue a number of names of those omitted hut entitled to mention have been given us viz Long Torn Jheuault auctioneer fl2 Harry U White 62 Mr White is a son of Durrett V White of this county but is here from Howard county Mo on a visit to Mrs W S O Fife WihlCollins62May Frank Bitter 62 BI Sam Deatherage 63 Murray Smith 62 Carter 64 resides between Berea and Wallaceton Morris Burton of this city is 63 and makes this avowal My father Arch Burton of Silver Creek is my height t3J My brother James Burton who recently died was 67J His coffin was measured 6lft in the clear Inasmuch as we last week named about forty men between 62 arid 67 the CLIMAX reasserts that there in no county or community of equal size on earth that can show so many giants among its citizens as Madison County KentuckyA Good One on Joe Mickey An aged lady brought her little grand son to Cap Uickersons barber shop one day last week and as Cap was busy administering his bran new Rock away Beach hot towel stew to a gentle mans face the lady passed on down the line with he curlyhaired grandson un til she reached the big chair presided over by tha immortal Joe Mackey The lady did not at first recognize JOB as wears full whiskers since his late illness but upon witnessing his expansive smile glancing at his shiny bald head she exclaimed Whv this is old Joe Never mind Charlie to her grandson just let Joe cut your hair Housed to shingle grandmas hair when she was a little girl away back before the Mexican War Now Joe is not one hundred years old at least not nearly aa old as George Little but his innate politeness forbade his denying the impeachment and in his embarrassing position looked around the shop tor wine sym pathotic patron to count to his rescue But every face wore a broad grin of mischievous satisfaction and Joe was forced to bow hits acknowledgments of the honor of having shingled the old ladys hair sevent ve years ao1 Diphtheria relieved in twenty minutes miraculous Dr Thorn us Electric Oil Atnydrtlg more 1st tetNo need to swelter in heavy hot clothes when cool comfortable apparel can be found here in such great variety At Such Small Prices V Theres real economy in putting aside your heavier clothes for these lowpriced hotweather things to say nothing of the comfort gained Come and see S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Just received fine line midsummer styles the very latest Far and away the largest stock in Richmond to select from K T 51 e e 5 lete Low eat Shoes At Reduced Prie s a pair shall be carried over if low prices will move them Hanans cut from 500 to 395 WalkOvers from 400 to 315and other brands likewise First choosers get the best Richmond People Who Have Seen the Pope The death of Pope Leo XIII which occurred Monday brings to light the fact that no less a dozen citizens 01 Richmond lay claim to having seen the 1onlitl in person one of them Mrs E lutt liurnam when she wits Miss Jessie Kennedy having shaken hands with His Holiness and receiving his blessing Mr and Mrs Waller Ben nett nee Mary Burnam while on their bridal tour in 1896 saw the Pope strolling in the gardens of the Vatican his residency which contains by actual count eleven thousand rooms Prof McGarvey in his tour of the continent also saw the Pope Our own and only Joe Monsignenr Joe Giunchiglianf Ins wife threo children brotherinlaw Ugo Bianci and his faithful steward Vincezo Ricci have all seen the Pope They were born at Lucca Italy the where the best olive oil on earth is manufactured Thus eleven or twelve of our people had special reason to be interested in the illness and death of the spiritual head of the Catholic church BtfaTllle tali Last Friday and Saturday the little village of Kirksville was thronged with visitors the occasion being the annual fair of the Kirksville Fair Association which is composed of the following gentlemen as officers President T J Curtis Vice Presidents Shelby Jett Collins Coy J P Simmons Robert uuorson and M F Arbuckle Treasurer Dr D F Fry Secretary W W Tevis and Assistant Secretary J B Walker The directors were W A Arbuckle TCoyJoe Long E W Woods Richard Rose J R Henry R S Brown Clay Blaketnan S P Ross T B Walker and Dr L B Oldham With such men as these to conduct the fair why shouldnt it have been the success that it was The weather was ideal for such an occasion andevery body was hail fellow well met There is not a people on earth that knows better how to entertain than do the ge nial bighearted people of Kirksville and they in no way fell short of their reputation in this line The tables fairly groaned under the enormous weiht of good things to eat For lack of space we cannot publish the premi nuns this week but a full and complete list of all premiums and certificate winners will appear in next weeks issue A Bright Boys Promisinz Start in the Navy Senator McCreary is in receipt ot a letter from Mr Wells Covington Logan son of Col Emmett Logan former ed itor of the Louisville Times whom the Senator recently nominated as a Cadet at the U S Naval Academy Annapo lip and who last month passed with a high grade the mental and physical ex aminations To show what kind of a boy he is when young Logan was notified by Senator McCreary of his appointment he started to Annapolis the next day to begin lila preparation for examina tion under competent instructors and when the time came for the critical test young Logan went through with flying colors He writes Senator McCreary a grateful letter in which be expresses his willingness to suffer hardships and endure trials if necessary to succeed in lila ambition to become a successful seamen and officer of the Navy These are extracts from Mr Logans letter entered a week ago Monday and have been on the jump ever since French and Mathematics are the only studies we have now so the rest of the time is taken up in drilling and learn hug how to handle steam and sail boats and how to tie knots We get up at six oclock have breakfast at 630 then we have until 8 oclock to sweep out our rooms make up our beds and get ready for drill formation Drill lasts until 10 oclock then we have an hours recitation in French after which we have to stay in our rooms until dinner formation which comes at 1230 After dinner there is no formation until 3 oclock when we go on the Bay in steam launches or row boats Afterwards we have half an hours swim which is about the finest thing we have Supper tomes at 630 At 8 pon we have either an hours drill In the Armory or go forexerclse in the Gymnasium- I am not going to hare an easy time in hero by any meAns but the more I see of iti the better I like it I believe this is the life lot me and I shall al ways remember i owe it auto you As soon aa I get NY uniform I shall certainly calt oa Lieutenant Carlo B Brittain and wile of your cltyn Of such stuff as this boy has in him are Admirals made ambitious prompt patriotic self reliant nad courageous Watch Logan BIRTHS SMITH Mr and Mrs Earl Smith are over the arrival of a fine boy born night at their home on Elm ire JaasLtngton Observer Garrison Brought Back Several weeks ago the CLIMAX pub lished exclusively the dlsapperance of Granville Garrison who left this county accompanied by a woman from East ern Kentucky leaving behind a wife tin family in destitute circumstances Befor leaving Garrison secured the signature of his wife to deeds disposing of his property and after converting all his belongings into cash departed as stated above ExSheriff Hugh Colyer with warrants against Garrison on the charge of defrauding hU wife left for Oklahoma about ten days ago and located Garrison living on a rich womIanrelations in the eastern part of the State and brought Garrison to this city arriving here Thursday evening and Friday effected a reconciliation between Mrs Garrison and her erring husband when all warrants against Garrison were dismissed Mr and Mrs Garri son will leave at once for the West where they make their future home PERSONAL Captain S F Rock spent Saturday in LexingtonMrs is visiting relatives in Shelbyville Mrs Ida Powell is visiting Mrs Alex Hamilton in Irvine Mrs L E Elder is visiting her par ents in Crab Orchard Mr Everett Green is recovering from his recent attack of fever Mr B D Gordon spent Sunday with his parents in Nicholasville Miss Anna Frazee of Lexington is visiting friends at Red House Mrs Rutherford Douglass of Macon Ga is visiting her parents here Little Miss Sarah Chenault of Lex- Ington is visiting relatives here Miss Elizabeth Taylor is the guest of Mrs Graham Vreeland in Louisville Rev Hugh McLellan left the first of the week for RJ trip through Canana Mrs J Gideon Taylor is visiting her neice Mrs F R Davidsnn in Irvine i The death of Rev C P Williamson is noted in the column of Deaths this issue Miss Florrie Chenault is at home from a visit to Mrs Vernon Beggs in St Louis Miss Jessie Shepherd of Mobile Ala is the guest of Mrs G F Bradley in the county Mr Kle Oldham and wife of Washington D C are visiting friends In Richmond Miss Anna McDowell of Nicholas yule is visiting Mrs M C Broom at Silver Creek Miss Resale Miller has gone to Sanlt Ste Marie Michigan to visit Mrs Guy Welton Miss Katharine Mahler of Hender son Ky is visiting her brother Mr John Mahler Mr Arthur Todd attended the Funeral Directors Association at Frank fort last week Miss Ethel Wntts of Chilesbnrg is visiting Misses Kate and Mattie Smith on the Campus Misses Belle and Same Fish of Nicholasville are the guests of Mr and Mrs Brutus Clay Mrs B L Middelton is entertain lug her Mr and Mrs D N Sharp of Shelbyville Mrs W G White of Louisville is hero on a visit to her parents Hon and Mrs W B Smith Mrs W B Wilkerson of Lexington is visiting her uncle Mr W W Plgg and wife on Main street Miss Hester Covington of Richmond Is here on a visit to Miss Effle Land on Park avenue Lexington Herald Mrs Welby Bnrgin and children left last Thursday for a six weeks visit to Mrs Bnrgins parents in Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs W Abercrombre of Bogtome Fla are the guests of Jfa and Mrs T J Curtis near Kirksville Mrs L J Frazee and daughter Hot tie Martin spent last week with friends and relativeshere and in the connty Mrs Catherine Beasley and little daughter Josephine of Stanford spent with her brother Mr Gilbert Grinstead Mr J Robert Boatman will haVo charge ot affairs in Mr C IL Woods office darinlctlw tetters absence on the KyPrm bripp 50 00 50 Not Wednesday Mesdames Laura Estill and Lnvinia Cunningham of Bourbon county are in thin city accompanied by Miss Nan ClayMrs Hume and children and Miss Sallie Miller have gone to Bay View Michigan for the remainder of tile summer Mrs A C Buchanan and little daughter and neice Miss Eloise Million were among the many who attended at Lexington Chautauqua Misses Judith Tudor Mary Jacobs and Minnie Davidson and Mr J J Shepherd of Irvine are guests of Mr and Mrs Goo Shepherd at Kirksville Mr and Mrs T T Todd of Ford passed through this city Saturday en route to where they spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George B ToddMr Harrison Simrall and wife of Lexington who have been guests of Mrs Sam D Johnson have gone to Madison county Frankfort Round about Mr Richard foamwife and baby of Middletown Ohio spent last Friday night with relatives here They are now visiting Mr and Mss William Boain near Panola Mrs Vira Newby of Covington and daughter Mrs Nannie Baxter of Owen ton have returned to their homes after several days visit to relatives in this city and county Hon and Mrs James B McCreary left on Monday afternoon for Washington whore Senator McCreary will attend to some business Thence they will go to Atlantic City where they will stop at the Marlborough Hotel The friends of Miss Mary Lackey the attractive daughter of Mr R O Lackey stormed her at her home on Broadway last Friday night Dane Reduced Prices on Straw Hats Straws greatly reduced to close out All the latest styles250 for J 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 springand many wear them all the year Note the great saving 15 00 Cut to 12 00 1250It U JO 00tJ 0 00U It 850 8 00It U 675 COVINGTON AND BANKS ing was the feature of the evening and a most delightful time was enjoyed by presentMr Hood Agent at Richmond was here yesterday Miss Minna Wagers of Richmond was here Saturday en route to Crab Orchard Miss Dollie McRoberts who has been ill is improved sufficiently to be out agaiuStanford Interior Journal Mrs Estill Payne of Richmond is AIWallaceDIUUUJJB Smith are visiting relatives Kirksville Miss Willie Jour atI ton ia the guest of Mrs Ida Powell Richmond Herald this week Estill County celeIbratedwith a delightful party on last Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 Aabout forty little friends were present and made merry with numerous games and bub ble blowing Refreshments added to the enjoyment of allIC C Wallace mond was here Mrs H B Scrivener left Monday to spend a few days with friends and relatives in Richmond Mrs Nelson Gay and her guest Miss Carlisle Chen ault of Richmond visitod friends in Lexington last week Mr Olny Mc Chute has returned from Richmond where be was a member of a house par tv given by Prof McGarvey Misses Ethel unit Mary Barnett of Richmond are guests of the Misses Scobee Win chester SunSentinel As the representative of the CLIMAX allOmpanlldbylengthy Kentucky Press Association trip through Canada which will take in the following points 0r interest NiagaraFallsa 200mile steamor journey down the St Lawrence Moutmorancy Falls Mtiskoka Lake Portland Me and Old Orchard Beach on the Atlantic coast The journey will consume two weeks and will bf made in Pullman Sleepers transportation free to the editors Mr Woods has been elected an Honorary Memberlof the Kentucky Press Association which he joined in 1887 Miss Flnrie Smith entertained with a pretty flinch party yesterday after noon at her home on North Broadway in honor of Misses Katherine and Julia White of Richmond and Miss Julia Woodcock of Danville The parlors were attractively decorated withsweet peas and nasturtiums and following the interesting game three lovely prizes were awarded The first a beautiful pink coral fan chain was won by Miss Mae Combs The guests drew for the consolation which was a handsome deck of cards and Miss Ruth Scott was the fortunate winner And the booby a pretty box filled with pens t and erasers was given to Miss Chris tine Stoll Lexington Democrat 16 Mr H B Cosby Private Secretary to United States Senator McCreary left on Monday for his vacation which will be spent with the Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls When he bade his Richmond friends coed bye at the train he told the Conductor to put him oil at Buffalo I His return will be an xiouslv awaited here where Mr Cosby tins made a host of warm friends Mr Cosby spent fur years in Washington City the efficient secretary to former Congressman Allen of the Second Die trict of Kentucky and is one of bOtH known and most popular voung men In Western Kentucky His short stay here was sufficient to prove him the possessor of many admirable traits of character and strong intellectuality commanding the admiration and esteem of all who have come in contact with him After his vacation tics will resume his position with Senator Mc rreary who with his wife left for the East on Monday GREAT CUT PRICE SEE J ON I LOW SHOES OF JILL KINDS We have dcdidednotto carry over any Low Shoes this season and begin now to make make prices that will move them Come and get your choice MENS 5 00 OXFORDSrvIdealPaWnKidfor 3 95 400 I 3 15 350 all leather r t 295 300 if ci H 265 it 915OJJ 200 u 165 H 150 iJ icv 1 VP 115 LADIES 3 50 OX1OBDS Ideal Patd Kid for 2 95 t 300 in ac 265 t 250 Ideal and Plain Kid 215 9Oo I a 16t150 ft U joCC 115 125 H ion 1 95 11tL P r 0I A 4 KRICE AND ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky PROFESSIONAL OAHOS ATCCftVXTS Ith MILERTToaIruALLw RICHMOND KBNTOCKT Office n the Barnam Building next door to rraeri National Bank feb3ly JA strIjIjrvJt AIIQRNKYATLAW- 1RIORMONDI KENTUCKY Office over Slate Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J O D OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R IIEPCHERAUorizeyatLa Rinixoxn KENTUCKY KaTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLO1U AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law omce over rem Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURUEONS FICHMONU KENTUCKY Oroce la tb Dr Hobson buildIng MlnStreet U L JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Omce Stoufler Buildine Main Street Telephone at residence the Cart place on Broadway ICIIMOND KKNTDCKV W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN ANU SUKOEON HicMONn KENTUCKY =r0 Vance D 0 Mrst OYance D 0 PhysicianstLiterature furniolied on Hiiplicntiou I CONSULTATION FREEf 10rduates Southern Bchool ol O8theop thyJ DENTAL SraaEET tat OaVcTvVvuc st Votosou DENTIIT OP LODISVILLB KY Buildingaichmsnd iov17lyU M Blanton DENTIST 7Offlce ib Bennett Building lnl7 TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel flyn1nn- WeduesJayAugu4 12 1003 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ATTENTION We have moved our produce business from the East Eml of Main strfet to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SPjnnlv RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Only line running tn excursion Sleepers Louisville to New and Texas LOIlni11I AUUc111ro tDAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE klCHMOND or VeraaUleataWfeDceburllSltel m and Cincinnati St5pm For Irvine iMamFor Miller a Creek 150 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington sad ll6 am Cincinnati i aUr m pmFromMillera O M BROWNING Gen KIT XRRichmond Ky Stop til Cst ai WMki off tiu- ooro Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No care DO pay Price 25 cents u TO THOSE tlr wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jjjfi We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons Richmond Searcy k Hamilton Waco O Finnel Red House J W Muter Valley View 1 V Whitlock Baldwin John Lapp Newby Burton Uoberts Rulhton J WTeater Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonbnrg L A Wearren Paint Lick- ValIacetonr C McWharter nickner Early Berea JTCof KlrksTllIe Next to the Proper Test comps the proper glasses WP can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is eo largf and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of H ery unusual strength For these it will takp a little longer time Repairs are T A Robinson Optician and Main St Richmond Ky Armers old atand 301 ly LIN1 Tii Ar No Cincinnati and LlTlnjt LT 1219 p m ton EXIesa south bound 1XU p No 1 Clnmtl and IJTlng 125pm ton Express north bound 155 pm Livings345am 350 ara No 5 Clnnatl and Livings 1105 pm ton Ex sonth bound llOSpm- No 10 Stanford and 141 Tllle Accm north bound 6 JO am May2ONo 21 Richmond and Rowland Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m lord north bound lilac Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Che- naultSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep temher a Highclass Private School at Klrkaville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school b beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the beat in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a schoolat Kirksville Address all inquiries toG P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirksville Ky Illinois Central Railroad Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to ST PAUL MINNEAROLIS and the Northwest Colorado Utah Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs AT REDUCED RATES ji Very cheap rates to CALIFORNIA and re turn account G A R7 July 31 to August 13 inclusive rough personally conducted California Mexico Arizona prnmltlyexecuted Jeweler Ith Social Low One way andIRoundtrip Rte in on flrst and third in each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Fr Folder and descriptive matter of theSprings arid circu lars descriptive 10 the South and through tickets iipply to nearestrailroad agent or address P W HARLOW D PA ujsvilleXy i1 f fI PROGRAM Madison County Teachers Institute- S BE HELD AT Caldwell High School Building July 27th to 31st J903 Jws WAGERS SspalateMcet Dr R N ROARI lastrator 1 Every tEacher of a common school including teachers of graded coinnionecbools In cities of the fifth and sixth classes who hold a Stato diploma State Certificate or county certificate must attend the full see sion of the Institute The law makes it the duty of the County Super intendent to revoke the certificate of any teacher who fails to attend the BULL SESSION 5 days unless the Superintendent shall be fully ratified that such failun has been caused by actual SICKNESS or OTIIEB DISABILITY 3 This program has been prepared with the view to inform teacher what they ae expected to discuss and they will be expected to talk or have a well prepared paper upon the theme assigned them 3 The institute is a school where teachers are taught 10 teach It la not a weeks outing a week for visiting nor a week for shopping Let every teacher come with the professional spirit that Is characteristic of every true and noble teacher The coming together of the teachers SeTeacheFimeasure himself and compare his work with others his ideals are ele thbQtter4 Let every teacher come up to the full measure of his duty and we will mak this the best institute in the history of the county Trustees patrons all teachers and friends to tho cause of education are cordially invited to attend J Wsi WAGERS County Superintendent July 10 1903 MONDAY MORNING 1000 Call to order by Count SuperintendenttDevotional exercises Address of WelcomeHon J Tevis Cobb Response Miss Lottie Fans Election of officers Enrollment of Address teachersOAddress Dr Roark Instructor 1200 Adjournment for nooncMONDAY AFTERNOON 130 a Roll Call b Music c Announcements 145 School management a The pupil his environment and how manage himJ W VanWinkle perSonalityMieec Value of literary exercisesMiss Maude Mason 230 Recessf245 Spelling a bow best teach ltJ B Harris- b To what extent should a le son be a spelling lesson Misses Emma Hendren and Alma Rice- c How and to what extent teach the diacritical marks in different grades Mrs Minnie Turner and iMiss Rebecca Edwards 330 One hours general discussion 430 Adjournment TUESDAY MORNING 900 Devotional exercises 915 a Roll Call b Announcements Reading a Its relative importance in the curriculum Misses Bettie Francis and Belle Holman- b Value of myths fables and fairy stories Misses Mablo Mason and Martha VliLtelIc IlliHtrate Caldwell anu Miss Ellen Hays d How secure natural and expressive readingBelIe Million Danger of watching the slopsMary Miller 1030 Recess 1045 Arithmetic a how much arithmetic should be taught during the first two years schoolMrs Kerry and Jesse Edwards b Mental arithmetic its valueO F Brock and J B Wallace c The Speers Method vs Grube Method Dr Roark 1200 Noon 130 Roll Call Music 145 Grammar a what should the common school course include Misses Curtis McKinney and Maude Crandallib How best teach the rules of sntaxJ B Harris and Mrs Coylec of analysis and diagramming B P Allen and Miss Marzarot White d Pure English what is it How acquired Misses Tommie West and Jennie B Evans RecessPhysiology and hygiene- a Oral lessons nt what age should they be introduced Miss Margaret Baxter- b Value of knowledge of hygiene laws Miss Mary E Hart an P D Smith c Hovr much physical culture should tho common schools teacliJ W VanWinkle and Miss Rebecca Edwards d Should teachers use tobacco Messrs WJ Bianton and Aleon fiaker 330 General discussion 1J hour 430 Adjournment WEDNESDAY MORNING 909 Devotional exercises 915 a Roll Call b Announcements orsbouldItBrock doneiuPrimary readin- ga What preparation should be made by pupil and teacher How Balesband how to use itlIrs Massie Powell Turnerro1045 Music Arithmetic a whyBb Discuss use of rnIesGeorg Edward- sc Mental arithmetic how teach itMrs Turner and Oliver Brock 1200 Noon WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 130 a Roll Call b Announcements 145 Nature study Discussed by Prof Roark Writing a When should use ol ink and pen begin Miss Flor ence Cobb- b What hour is best for practice and how long should the exer cise lastMiss Alice Grinstead c Has the tendency for the last year been for or against the vertical writingMise Rebecca Edwards 230 Recess 245 Music historyProfHb Effect ot topography climate etc on the civilization of a country Miss Lizzie Simpson and Beuj Edwards 330 General discussion for one hour 430 a Announcements b Adjournment THURSDAY Y MORNING 900 Devotional exercises 915 ea Roll Call b Announcements Reading a Illustrate how the faculties intellect feelings and will may be developed by readingProf Roark b Value of discussion in reading class Misses Margaret Baxter and Alice Edwards- c Home readingMissesOra Hendren and Mary Miller- d Ethics of the lesson Miss Georgia Powell Language lessons a When to begin as as a recitation and to what grade continued Misses Maggie Crooke and Kitty Hlsle b Should every lesson be a language lesson Mrs Metcalfe and Miss Sue Park c Oral and written and reproduction work Misses Adelia Fox and Olivia Ginter 1030 Recess 1045 Music fe Letterwriting Jlisws Dorcas Francis an l Mara Bernman e Hovr secure full expression twin the pupil F Caldwell and C F Brock 1200 Noon THURSDAY AFTERNOON 130 a Roll Call b Announcements History a What is it And how teach itJ B Harris and Carpenterbbiography J W VanWinkle historyMrsYocumd Should history of Slate or Nation be taught firstSue Sony ner e Trace evo ution through history of atrmlnu Mining c Manufacturing d Corn merce e Professional lifeHou R W Miller taughtMesdanies230 Recess 245 Drawing Value in education Misses Lottie Farris and Maude Mason b A school exhibit for close of term Misses Georgia Powell and Emma Todd Advanced geography effect of sea coast on civilization Jesse Edwards b Map drawing Misa Belle Million Ic Value of imaginarylettara from different lands Misses Curtis McKiiuJev arid JenntaiB Evans j d Explain causes of hnrt days of winter Misa Lelia Harris 330 General dlftCtUBioB for one hour 430 a Announcements h Adjournment FRIDAYMORNING 900 a RoIlCall h Announcements 915 JtHadinii Old Oaken Backet by Dr Roark Civil government a Design of the study A F Caldwell b Method of teacblag Mrs Coyle B Wallace Organization of Moot government among pupilSCF Brock said J IJ Harris lO3OIteces 1045 EdwardsEinaiaI20 Nooa FRIDAY AFTERNOON 1 asaese3O Z1 Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 21 4 days Crab Orchard July 22 4 days Cynthiana July 29 4 days Guthrie July 29 3 days Hustcnvlllo July 293 daysr Danville August 4 days Madisonyille August 4 4 days Lexington Aug 10 C days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg Augusts 184 days Shepberdsville August 184 days Maysvtlle August 19 4 days Shelbyville August 25 4 days London August 263 days Germantown August 264 days Bardstown September 1 5 days Nicholasville September 13 days Somerset September 1 4 lays Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 154 days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro ptember 21 days It has been learned that e defense in the trial of- urtis Jettand Tom White may ask for a continuance at Cynthiana on the ground that the evidence as given in the preceding trial has not been furnished them Ed Odear he stenographer say the manuscript has been in readiness for a week and there been no call for it Judge sborne is said to be of the opinion that a postponement an not be secured We have nevershown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runabouts than we LOW have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We aUo do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The beet tire applyed and guaranteed or one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S IMIUKIFF Prop Lafayette Brooks of Mor gan county one of the most notorious convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary at tempted to commit suicide by leaping from the third story of the shoe factory a distance of 40 feet He sus tained injuries which it is be ievedwiliprovefatal Brooks figured in the outbreak at the Frankfort penitentiary last year when Wallace Bishop a fellow convict was killed I have practiced medicine for 30 years and have consulted the leading physicians in tins country in regard to a remedy for dyspepsia but have never been able to ibid anything that would effect a cure until I uMei Kudo Dyspep eta Cure I have suffered with stom tch trouble fur years Could not eat my thing hut milk toast for months but since I used Kndnl 1 ran eat anything awl feel that my health is better than it ever wa In my lire I cannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and J know that it wilt cure any case of dyspepsia if taken an di rectedM D Settle MD Big Hill Ky A Lexington Democrat re porter saw Capt B J Ewen and asked him with reference to Judge Hargis charge that he had been indicted for petit larceny in Powell county Yes sir he said it is a fact I was indicted and tried for stealing a meal sack and acquitted by order of Judge Lilly The jury didnt even go out No Pity Shown For years fate was after me contin nously writes F A Gulledge Verbena Ala I had a terrible case of piles caus ing 24 tumors When all failed Buck lens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at al drug stores 1m The Continental Realty Company of Jackson Ky was incorporated at Dover Del with a capitalization of 500000 The company will do a general realty and de benture business Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made in Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessnefs into energy brainfng into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by all druggists 1m The families of Claude OBrien and Earl Whitney the doomed murderers of A B Chinn have given up all hope of securing life impris onment for the youths in stead of hanging Notice I have for sate about 250 acres of good laud located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres 9f this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine in opened up and Is iu firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly white oak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desiring propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser St C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm or shout 500 acres for sale this mutt is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring fine stock farm could not secure better property Jun 3Gmo David Bradford was rundown and killed by a freight train nt New Hope He was a nephew of Jefferson Davis John F Blairaged 73 V d at Russellville in the bous in which he was born and iq which he had lived allfiis life Wilsons S Baynes trustee of Hancock county Tenn ig missing and an investigation of his office has been ordered Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 1J miles from rail road station and postoflice Excellent improvements all in grass well wa toned Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 tf Red House Ky A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weal and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by malt on secelpt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will rare any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond IC READ TillS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used orm bottle of the DiscovIeryfor it today I weigh JiG pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JOIINA RIDDEL THE NewYork IS Clipper PaperInAll persons happenIngs AMUSEMENT Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINCLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sale by oil Newsdealers In all parts of the world SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORKN CLIPPERC The Richmond Carriage Works S L Miilkiff Proprietor rails your attention to IIIR spring ptork of narryallo surrlcs bncrcips etc They have nevi er shown a larger stock or better Also builders of ilnlivery wagons of all kinds Kepairine repnintinc of buesries wncons etc a specialty best work and lowe t prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Just Before Bedtime lake a Little Enrlv RicerIt will cure constipation billion ness lOci liver troubles OR Wilt Little Eirly Risers are different from other pills They lo not irripn and break rlnwn the mn roii membranes of the stnitmrh liver jinl howell lit cure bycenily arons lug the secretions anti civite strnneH to these nrenns old by E O Wines Heartbroken because she could not marry her brother Miss Henrietta Oistler aged 18 committed suicide at Cin cinnati by taking poison NtI SALES eooo A DAY tchesIThis is wuitli sells at the lowest price carries the stron- gestgaranteeand a Lrger sale than all other watches Perfect in accuracy size and style otherIngcrsirs at i5o 5175 alld Izoo Sold ty dacs everywhere orposttwMTiynsrorJi oo Booklet Free Robt il Ingersoll 6 Bro Dept3 51 MAIDEN LANE NEW YORK Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles Etc Medicine Free It you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part ot the fallinghairskin itches and burns sore lips or null eatinir festering sores sharp gnawing pains then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beRinniiiKsof dead ly cancer lake Boanic Blood Balm It kills the poison in the blood there by giving a healthy blood supply to the affected parts heals every eoie or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches swellingsBotanicblood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores CA- rbuncle scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obstinate cas s Improves the digestion DrllgltistsSIwritingBlondtrouble and free medical advice vent in sealed Ifttpr lm BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOME LIFE Paines Celery Compound Makes and Keeps the Ohildren Well and Strong Mothers Make It the Homo Medicine For the Little Ones The children God bless them are the buds and flowers of our homes Without their prattle and hearty laughter our homes would carefullytendedthem to ripen into perfect men and women In the home and at school the children sufferingVeheavy eyes nervous movements and twitch ings of limbs and muscles They complain of headache drowsiness weariness dyspepsia and indigestion All such symptoms and sit ments mean that the seeds of disease will have a fast and firm hold unless proper measures are taken lo restore a perfect condition of health Thousands of wise and prudent parents have made their children happy healthy and vigor ous by giving them natures medicine Paines Celery Compound In many severe and com pli Ied cases Paines Celery Compound has restored health when the little ones were given up by physicians It your dear ones are not as hearty strong andrugged as they should be try the health CompoundIt TIle bwtsc h made bright aR4 ceiy with DIAMOND DYES Pillow and table covers curtains portIeresafghanstIdlesand chair coverings may be dyed beautiful and artistic colors fuIeDIA1O ri J + H+CALL AT +++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Uenulnc Saratoga Water Kept on Tap o s Phone 3 Second St Weak HeartsAre 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 indi gestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthe heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroublewith It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat andrelieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only tOO Size holding 2H times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT A 00 CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas a One Eye Ata Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scion title skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our roputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles Sa- St Qea tat RcmoT 1 Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew I For IoNsvMFTIoNI A Perfect Cure sec ILungMoney back If it falls Trial Bottles freeI iicibloode pure blood Tunes and invlKoraPS the whom system lm OOllYcllI1UO JJaiplI11Aoqqinnr3uLa nJlIl1Jalld 10007 Will aIUQzp IIV relnBar SI Aoq grrj sdaaJ CaJqznPsama1nq qSnwu3njasploJpoq 1suoalq IH flVJQV1 SUIOiQ Hl noijtpnoo loaj qztatuoeiuo p10pillJLliAnoC jj uoiisaaipui jo sasia oiuojrp mug earno pm tpumo s aqj jo uoi pinlaVi2nw crnunjinK szoQop lB IntALpGlQaollll4lAL I t1isoiaui ERBROSM 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 j f We would be glad to supply your want when in need of any thing in the Hardware specialtyLet us Give you an estimate on work 7 tiRespect ARBUGKLE X SIMMONS IIPrice qn1UaJatIJll Big Hilt Coal Co 3 ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coalw t t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J gratE without any attention 0 Jr + ++ + + LJ MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row AndBuys i LSKINSU For further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapro lyePhone 65 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid saidThenYoull never repent it sir slm said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY ConipallyPhoneKY Wool Carding in Season e He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of these Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Opportunities forthe- Home V Buifde- Lumberman Fruit Grower y Canneryman 1 Farmer Miner V mvestor Manufa tiir Importer Merchant e richlyendwedearth and ea Note hat Washington linns Her fell Industry leads and furnishes the greater OllporlInItHer awIllmsbl beeomlol1exhtluKtedIheLnmlterman iIIt n will IC01 the greatet fruit IroflurtOKo ww- 8 whInltoilison app reedymarketrraa Grower The ixculiHily favored climate of ffa hlnitliiii todifferencesofaltitudeanlntlnfaiI1aut eroperaisotwhetblcyy rnverage of Utiiteit States A Rich Harve t Awaitsthe Farmijr ami Homo Builder ruinerslagnld n RichProscttrindA1askaably with the largest Atlantic compar fayr seaports A Oolden lnlure ndCaplaUti dTallIageTeloiHm nt thuS will mark the next decade IIItlllaalate tnimCbICllgotind Jaahelsaudao loreturn ddlttona111GREAT NORTHERN RWrite for Illuatrlrl Iamu4uietiLad TomrftrtFor cTop1cie Wortingtou maptauaua4I is Or addret auy ticket sglt o- r4Ti11WiTTirTi J tG 0 SL 1krk = I1m Compa quartet beauti1 million And v acting I every I Cents fJ w Tin W I Q 4 II i t J m 1 Jt t