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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX v tOLUMSO RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903 NUMBER 10 t THEY GO tEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods at the Hustling eash Store IMUSTObT Greatly Reduced Prices on all Summer Dress Gooods Wash Goods White Goods Ginghams Lawns Embroideries MensSlippersfact every thing is offered at prices so low 4 as to surprise and please all An op portunity to secure bargains at your own price fDont Miss It soapCompanyquarter of a century it is a wonderfully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and 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 e ROYAL CUTICLE SOAPAnd will use no otherf ffThe 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 Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross 10 f= LAkEYi HA Mil TON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from I Sctiiu Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street d L 4mCtWIURY BAND fEAfUIfS UNSURPASSED I TATOGUE friAiU EVERYBODY J t APPUCATIONH DOMING4 RA PAUL JusiiCEsecy Ii r The Walters School RICHMOND KY An cademv for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools The course of study is f j1practi al and comprehensive fitswthe leading colleges or af Jfords a substantial lJepa lOnforfJ or professional sch Methods comprise f re q u en t r Jwritten recitations attentioiftO each j1 w boy individually afternoon ses ionIfIIIdevot d entirely to study Location and equipment are un excelled For catalogue etwrite James T Barrett Principal c I J J Announcements FOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D O MadlzonCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES sublectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIEIl subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPAcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are ant orbed to announce ANDERSON forlalleror the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDS totheJOHNOLAND totheFOR ASSESSOR Ae are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses DemocraticpartyFOR COUNCILMAN LLJoDSmond subject to the action of the Democratic parly FOR CONSTABLE- We are authorized to announce L M uojecttoNegro ministers at Evans ville adopted resolutions con demning negro dives and the colored criminal element of the city to which is attri buted the recent riot The keeptheKIND THAT COUNTS Best People of Richmond Give Their Endorsement rounLforOIf the town oucht to be satisfied that Joans Kidney Pills are the best kid nev medicine on the market for Rich rEspunIhility DoansKitliiyllerts mill hm eunli endorsement Mrs N B Tin pin wife of Hon N EMainJive DnanV Kidney Pills my endorse IIndfine atBIau uMnjr 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 ilrajrpinp pains in Ilin small of my hack Doans Kidney Pills hAve done wonders for me They are a splendid cure ctsFosterMilburnsole agents for the United States Remembnr the lIame Doans and take no substitute 1m Maj Edward Hughes chief of the Louisville fire depart ment for nearly a quarter of a century was struck by a Louisville and Eastern elec tric car at Beechwood station Sunday about noon and in stantly killed He was on his way to spend the after noon at the Eightmile House a resort near St Matthews Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs ChI pplecatu of Alex all ria In Jtuid could hardly got any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a tlock I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three bottles of Dr Kings New Dillo tty wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure coughs colds layrippe bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles Price oOc and Trial 1ssas free atall drug stores 1m A Handsome Reward Offered For a Difficult Task A handsome reward will be paid for followitJilleditors sc ap book and it was written by Mr Dnrr tt White formerly of Es till county but now a resident of Clay City Tim article was printed in the old Estill Egle July 18S9 while the famous Richmond crowd was sojourn ing at Estill Springs and some of them may recall this wonderful exhibition of rural reportorial style speed and dura bility This is leprlnted especially for the delectation of the charming gen iusns Col H B Cosby private seer tary to U S Senator McCrary antI Major John Marrs who am fond of eroticism in literature and are the most expert critics of that class of read lug in town So here gas The chimes of merrv wedding bells were heard on the iinrtl fork of Buck Creek on the ev of the 29 h nit A host of frills mid relatives was as sembled at the rcniilt nee of Mrs N E Cole widow of tlie late Alex Cole to witness the marriage of Mrs Colb to JoIn Taylor ul Wlnemantown Every thinI was ill readiness for the occasion The brid nrraved in wedding at tirewaslilnxliinsr like a damsel of sweet sixteen and perhaps never before appeared to her uflrinced half so beauti ful arid lovely While he in sweet an ticlpation ot the happy moment whet he could claim as his alone the jewel for which his bo om longed and fondly yearned looked his happiest A sumptuous and elegant repast prepared by a m stress of the culinary art was await log the assembled guests Suddenly a messenger arrived bear lug tidings of an unexpected nature The worldrenouned Squire Thomas Kidwell who was engaged to officiate at has been his custom from time immemorial on such occasions sent word that owing to a slight indisposition he could not be present Toni is an old veteran in the business having united his thousands and always with the most satisfactory results In conse quence ol the lateness of the hour and the great difficulty of procuring the services of a clergyman the ceremony was postponed til the morrow follow lug Morpheus with his fragrant poppies touched not the lids Of the expectant pair that night Morningvcaine with joyous songs of birds and balDly breath but not the illustrIOus Squire and noon came on apace and brought with ii naught but disappointment Finally at tile suggestion of one of the atten dants the Eorly discouraged ones ac companied by a few friends sought tilt sanctum of Squire Steve Vaughn of Millers Creek The matrimonial cord was soon made fast and the usual ton gratulations over the bridal party turned their faces towards the flowry bmks of Buck Creek and were lulled tJ sleep that night by the liquid music of the silver stream that flows through the midst of this eden of tin Occident The bride is a modest blond who has culled the violets of some forty spriigs The groom a typical young Kentuckian of three and twenty summer possessed of a muscle which Her wIles himself might have envied in his day They are happy 110W beyond the power of language to express So mute it be Catarrh of the Stomach When the st mach is overloaded when food is taken into it that fails to digest it decays and inflames the mu cous membrane exposing the nerves and causes the glands to secret much instead of the natural juices of diges tion This is called catarrh of the stomach For years I suffered with catarrh of the stomach caused by in digestion Doctors all medicines tailed to benefit me until I used Kodol CoppollPex Old Point Comfort Va Cheap Excursion Rates Via C O Route July 29 03 On July 29th round trip tickets will be sold from Lex ington 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 Cincinnati 0 or G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky The Foundation of Health Nourishment is the foundation of health life strength Kodol Dyepep sin Cure is the one great medicine that enables the btomacli and digestive or gnus to digest assimilate and transfortr all foods into the kind of blood thai nourishes the nerves and feeds the tissues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does tIle rest Indi gestion dyspepsia and all disorders of the stomach and digestive organs are cured by the use of Kodol Sold by E C Wines Ito Evansville Negroes held a meeting and denounced the lawless element among the Negroes of that city A Fine Farm For Sale Desiring to engage in other buslnes I otTer sale tuy farm on which i reside in Madison county Ky Said farm comprises about 1G3 acres of fine blue grass landand is located in the heart of one of the best communities and best portions of the county immediately on tile Richmond and turnpike mirlwavboLick and Silver Creek on the L N isuoIsurpasedwell 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 substantialbrickpair having been recenlv painted nnd otherwise improved TllIre is a new buildingsoffeNd for sale a n ore desirable coun try home I will he pleased to show thi premises to parties wishing to pur chase AddressW TEVIS SlIver Creek Ky jTltjSSrup Sooi puroo oAsaL wijs J s sP6oP vjantQ HNAIOII w JJOOSsaq 10J puss aupipatu v 1fvitD SiUOIPE 51 SAXu dIn oi nupddsC SflSSi1 Ct O Lp2u12s- AlOEi SutAiS j6 sjrjsddE 3ui jojsai jo jajjTjui ain ut 3A pay uopujnu joajjod joj Xncoijcqd ma os spuBjs t osnroaq 00j u t NOIS1flWflO3jThe Thf Kirksville Fair has come pastlikefragrant memories behind To be brief it wits a success in every way The exhibits were many und va rions the decisions just and well rpc ived the hospitality of the Kirkaville public up to its usual high class standard and over all was that jovial atmosphere of congenial fellowship whichas sures the success ot any under taking Below we append the premium list The first name lIfter the event took first prize the one following it the certifi cate FIRST DAY Best Homemade CheeseMrs B t tie SlnRhnr Mrs D L Simmons Beet 2lb Butter Mrs B F Tevis Bessie Jones Rest Baked HumMrR B F Tfvis Mrs Jerry Noland Bast limf salt rising bread Mrs S Jett Mrs S P Ross heat pate beiiten biscuit MIHS Rose Alverson Mrs Mattie Alver NOII Best two bottlps homemade wineT J Curtis p Bagt gallon icecream Miss Ida Cov Miss Sallio White JerryNolllldBest white cakeMrst T Tevis Mrs Charles Curtis Best sponge cake Mrs Susie S Bnidley Mrs Bettie Slusher Best fihocoluti cakeMiss tinnie Dunn Mrs Win Arlmckla Best white fruit cakeMiss Minnie Dunn Mrs Alverson Best block cake Mrs G B Turlny Mrs Jere Noland HARNESS HORSES Bt stallion 1 and under 2 r J NeaJs Dr W L Hockaduy fleet IotnllillhL2ILlld under 8 David Dunn J T Omnshaw Best harness stallioo Charles Sandldge Ellendule Stock Earm Best stallion 4 and over DrW L Hockaday J T Crenshaw Best colt under lyear Dr W L Hockaday p c M F Ar buckle 3rd SADDLE HORSES Best marl or gelding 1 and un der 2R B Woods M F Ar bunkleBfstnmre or gelding 2 and un der 3 Sanford Okllmm p c Bent mufti or gelding 3 and un der 4J T Crenshaw Charles Sandidge Best walking mare or gelding Bud Dunn Harvey Chenault Best rockawav mare or gelding CInis Curtis S C James Best saddle stallion mare or geldingDr W L Hockaday J IT Hughes Mat Cohen SPEED RING geldingWmRiddle ROADSTER RING Best mare or geldingSC James Mat Cohen Bust boy rider under 12 venrs- Chits Dunn Chas DUArsoil Worst turnout G W Rogers geldingJBest lady rider Miss Bethie Duiiiii Miss C M Long SECOND DAY Best mule coltT J Curtis Son pcBest mule 1 and under 2T J Curtis Son Harry Morgan Best mule 2 and under 8John EmbryB 3 and under ymoudHendBest mule any ageJohn Parks pcBest mIne aticicoltDr W L Hockaday M F Arbuckle SADDLE HORSES Best mare or gelding 4and overMat Cohen J T Hughes Rest walking stallion mare or gelding Bud Dunn W H Rig ginbothum HARNESS HORSES Best pair matched mares or geldings S C James J T C reli a Ii aW Best harness mareS CJames I M Humes Best harness gelding T C James J T Hughes Mule raceJoe Chenault Sam Deuuyt Beet double teamSoCJames Best mare er gelding 1 and un der 2M IL Arbuckle R D Woods Best mare or gelding 2 and un der 3 Ellendale Stock Farm Cy Chenuult Best mare or gelding 8 and un dr 4J T Crenshaw Ellendale Stock Farm Best tltllion mare r gelding Dr W L Hockaday Bob Walker- S C James Beat model stallion mare or gelding Chas Sandidgp Mat Cohen Fancy turnout W A Arbuck IR Miss Minnie Dunn Will Hig ginbotham Miss Sallie White Best stallion mare Br gelding J T Crenshaw Mat Cohen Best mare or gelding Mat Co hen J T Crenshnw TO OT7HB A COLD IK OW3B DlT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each her 25 cents It Is stated that in London cancer has been successfully treated by maps of radium CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cot ton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkansas North west Louisiana and Texas of fers the greatest opportun ities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abundance of fuel and soil that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as cheap as 250 an acre prairie land at 4 and So per acre up bottom land at S3 and cleared land at S10 and 15 per acre up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at 4 to 10 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 10 to 20 per acre up Write us forinformation about cheap rates excursion dates also literature descrip tive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every yearE LBEAuxEGPTA Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo DeBaughs Band at Lexington DeBaughsCelebrated Twentieth Century Band will be heard this year at the Lexington Horse Show Fair and Carnival August 10 to 15 inclusive This band is well known in Kentucky having filled a number of highly suc cessful engagements in this section It has played at the Lexington Trots and at the Lexington Elks Fair previous to this year This band will consist of thirtyfive men and will be augmented by the celebrated peBaugh Megaphone chorus +++ + 4 t Job Printing i+ Is like everything else yon t 4 want the best THE CLIMAX + has new and UP to date faces tof type and carries only the t+ nicest grades of stationery t Yon will be pleased with our twork Try us +A Louisville distillery has adopted a new system by which whiskey is made from ten to twenty years old in less than twelve hours time This is getting things down pretty fine truly It is about as hard to find a drink of genuine good whiskey as it is to find an honest man these days Back in good old days they made whiskey to drink now they make it to sell or more properly speaking to kill Only ten or twelve years ago a fellow could get ca fair nip occasion ally which would make him think he owned the earth and the fulness thereof but todaywell a teaspoon ul will make a man throw rocks at his greatgrandmother In other words it used to be a loving drunk today its a fighting drunk Lancaster Record Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life 1ills These pills change weakness into strength listlessneps into energy brainfug into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by all druggists 1m A negro tramp named Adams who assaulted a Negro woman near Lake Butler Fla was captured by a mob of Ne groes and lynched in Santa Fe swamp His body was cut into shreds by the mob The lynching was carried out by Negroes entirely War between Russia and Japan is described as a probability The Czars gov ernment is said to be anxious to settle definitely the ques tion of political supremacy in Eastern Asia At Wichita Kansas Dr W L Doyle aged 60 shot George P Varnouf aged 64 to death Dr Doyle thin took strychnine end died soon afterward After standingas a hostelry for 140 years the Lodi Hotel at Kearney N J has been destroyed by tire i 000DO YOU KNOWoao That The 6reatest Spring and Summer CLEARANCE SALE Ever Seen in Richmond now in FULL BLAST at THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE 3 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 0of All Kinds i Summer Dress Goods white goods ladies fine shoes and slippers metis ko cut shoes Clothing Hats Parasols Notiens of all kinds Laces Hamburg and anything in the entire establishment partaining to summer and spring merchandise has been unmercilessly slaughtered in this sale Reid our 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 Very resp- ectfullywDOLDEAM CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE n 1IISeven Mffion boxes sold in past 12 months GREAT CLOTHING SALE AT Z Louis and Gus Straus Lexington Ky Onethird Off On All Clothing This is the chance of your life get good Clothing at Low Prices Mn Lin uits oitl QQiuliuvi nts a uit 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 vou perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the bca- nd S solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher W itt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot I BichBiOfid Ky s J This signature to Wall Paper and Painting t Your Attention j1III IJcalled to the mngniticent display of Wall Paper curry in stock Having just received a shipment of the very latest styles in all grades of paper you can purchase as much or as little as you may desire Special prices made for all paper hung on your walls when sold and hung by myself If you desire a flrfetclass job of Painting only the best material used you should not fail to get my estimates All work guaranteed to beas represented When desiring Wall Paper or Painting call up TELEPHONE 332A Place of business Irvine Street between Second and J IfThird Opposite Kellogg Cos Wholesale Grocery J z WL LEEDS = J tiII j 16 RowDrHl Showing Both Dfcik nnd 5hoiJ I AMEMCAN a SEEDING MACHINE tji= t 7THEKentucky lnterch n eaDIe Disk orShoeU ALL SIZES FROM 8 TO 22 DISKS OR SHOES With or without Fertiliser or Grass Seed Attachments Grit Proof Bearings to Disks Kentucky Bearings used last AtfttfUlP season perfect satisfaction Perfect Clearance cant Ckxr makes pcn did Seed ned Stands DrouUl and tnures 1ptSIpmentLowFreishSend tU KI StiW LOC13VHXE rat nip avfl lt U o 2 t B 4u and Gents BUYSh TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky 1 he BftfefflOflA Climax CI1AULP Presid- entA1LLR Editor t Manager KDXESDAY JULY 29 11103 UHMSHKIUVERY WKDNK8UAY BY The Climax Printing Co ItIeospor8I- HLDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIHLUIT JUDGE EON J M BENTON- Of Clark County lOit COMMON AKALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CKUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to announce J H K NNHDY of est End Precinct Klcnmond as candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOlt COUNCILMAN We re authorized to announce D B HHAVKBIFOKD a candidate lor Councilman froti ruirenlty Wxnl subject Hi the action ol Democratic pal ty- Wf are authorized to announce L T WI SON a candidate for Councilman from End Ward Mil ect to the action the J eiuoi ulic party u are authorized to announce JOE W MA ts a raiuli att for Councilman fnim In War aobject to the action of the cr party POIt fONSTAHLB are authorized to anrnxiBceJ L BAXTER cliiateforOoaatible subject to the tioi fiue HeBwcmllc party t lIlTING hy teo liinejsihl e6i la uiKfW York but just to think that yri II kissiii may ffl favor it nev ep aiifK4iv J9pIiotae The old style Wi nli broke the hingfs on the front jjuii is good eiiniigli in Kfiilucky tit iiouiinee of the Ktiputilican part fn iviTuur of this state is the man wij haul that 12 it day wguoll m ugh for any titan Oati it be jiossi bt IIt a single workiiiu man in the BU will vote for Uelkaap alter such a i tenjtnt Anetbtr One A Jew lava ago we retieivinl a letter an iietrk from Aim W O Durrett oi srtier MiiBouri Site dialed that ths Cl lAX WILt like a teller from homo eacii eok Mrs OurrfttVjiarentH Mr anl Mrs JN pttUIi ate biniiiliujj the cu miner with tier CI FiBrowefiCoLBXINGTON Are You OR Remodeling If so we want to call your atten tion to our Mantel Department A plain statement of facts U B how 65 stvled of Wood Mantels W fj otter you 45 colors of Tiling for selection V K handle all of the best wakes aud finishes in grates U E adopt every precaution to insure perfect workmanship WrS give you our absolute personal guarantee with every purchase employ an expert Tile Setter We will well you lantels as low as anybody any where We will not be undersold CJBrower Co111- AtN AND B1WADWALaJNGVJN JLY Gen Clays Will IThl following is an exact copy of the will written in Gun Clays own handwriting and dated May 12 1000 niid which will be utTered for probate in the county court August 3 The last will and testament of Get Cassius Mnrcellus Clay born in White Hull Madison county KentuckyUnited Suites of America of Green Clay aud Snllie Lewis both of Revolutiouiuy blood anti fame October 10 1810 1 appoint John Cnbull Olienault lawyer and Daniel Bates Shackelford merchant my executors Further I give said Cht naulu as lawyer 8200 a year from this date to my death When said Cheuault and Shackelford shall en ter upon their duties as executors they shall receive in full of all claims upon my estate 10 per cent upon nil moneys distributed and paid out to creditors But they shall form a company based upon my Clay county coal mines where Eli Delhi lives The stock shall be divided into 100 shares at first but increased in time if deemed expedient- Of this stuck my former wile Dora Clay shan receive onefourth of the dividends of profits per year till her death At her death Cassins Marcellus Clay hock her child shall receive her prolits from the winos But if she Dora leaves other children then the said Cassius shall receive onehalf only md the other half shall be divided equally between the others their huirs and assigns forever lint it is ordered that none of the Brock family including Riley Brook aud none of the Richj ardsoti family Doras family shall re ceivo anything except CL te Brock and the cuildren giily that she Dora unity have at hcottth Bntall moneys thlQrt1 Siiall be turned into the Dora Clay fund forever Twenty shares of said stock Shall be owned by SKid John Uabell CLenault and tun hures by said Dauiel Bates Shackelford their heirs and assigns foreverThe other forty five shares shall be a part of my estate Jlly executors shall act III Concert and not agreeing the lawyer Cheuault shall decide This gives him more work and he is hereby paid more At my death my executors shall take an inventory of nil my estate real and personal sell at auction alter lull advertisement as far as New Yurk City such things as may be ordered and expiedeul small things of value for cash things If more value especially luud or works of art way be allowed with good security two years credit with interest front date of sale By Green Clays will of which I nm the only living executor my children were to have 2000 acres of land at my death Said will was dated November 3 1828 of record in the Madison county clerks ollice By an agreement between me and IUY children the laud was laid oil by Stock and deeded them March 25 1870 recorded in the Madison couuty court by J G D Shackelford clerk By my fathers will also recorded in said oflicu the number of acres giveu thew was wo thousand about But to avoid any controversy 1 deeded them two thousand aud twentytwo aud one fourth 2022 acres and all the chil dren declared that the joint iuterest wits lixed and severed forever At the time of Grjeu Clays death and by his will 1 owned thousands of acres uf laud extending from White Hull continuously to Kentucky river at Clays Ferry live miles away so all the lauded interests of my children by their own motion and for their own mturests nave been fixed forever To carry out my and their wishes uiy executors are ordered under penalty of forfeiture of all money interests iu my will and es tate to have nothing more to do with these lands but leave them severely alone My father being a military man set aside It portion of hiS money devised as- a reserve or contingent fund to save his children from poverty not my children but his children By the said will 1 am left the sole executor That fuud if any left belongs to my living children and must be sacredly paid About live Hows Ibis We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward her any ease of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ U1ENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Vest Truax Wholesale Druggists MarvenIrinllV CatarrH Cure is tat en inter nally acting directly upon the blood and muM surfaces of the system Testiaionial8v8ent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Drugdsus Hulls JfXSiily tills are tlI6 bfeftt laa U5rt CRUTCHER BuildingH thousand 5000 dollars of the fund was paid me by brother Sidney Payne Clay first executor 1art of said five thousand dollars fund bus been paid to Cossius Curran Smith and others reducing it So my executors are amply able to pay all I owe ou that fund and all other debts When all my property has been sold and my executors are ready to pay creditors my children will be paid as others ou a Oasis of equity and proof of debt as required by law I give and devise to my former wife Lora Cluy ten thousand 10000 dol lars to be held in trust for her sole use and benefit during her natural life and at her death to go to her children ou the same conditions and under the same restrictions as the mining stock uereiu referred to I devise 2000 to build a Methodist church withiu onehalf mile ot Dora Clays residence near Linkard iu Woodford county Kentucky- I devise to James Bowlin sou o Polly Bowlindeceased and to his wile Mary Bowlin and their children John aud Herbert the sum of 2000 To each of the following i devise 8200 viz Elijah Barns David Shanks George Shanks Zach White cut Esq aud Tutu Williams My friend John Cabell Chenault came to me When 1 was iu distress of mind and body and hat counseled and advised me and has been of great sur vice and comfort to me and I devise to him the sum of three thousand dollars I give my friend GeoFgtr V Pickels one hundred SlOO dollars He has been k ito me and has done me many little acts of kindness I divise to Joe Chenault whose mother Florence Dillingham was my steadfast friendmy shotgun which has done me such good service for sev entyfive years I give Barney Kelly who has always been polite aud Kind tome fifty 50 dollars To Mrs John D Harris I give the portrait of my son Warfield Clay I de vise to John Watson sun of my niece the daughterof William Itodes and my sister Paulina Clay Bodes an old painting of the Virgin Mary now on the wall of my boudoir 1 devise the marble bust of myself donated to me by Joel T Hart which is now in the possession of Brutus J Clay to the Corcoran Art Gallery Washington D C appoint John C Chenault D Bates Slmckclford and George W Pickets trustees for Dora Clay and they are di rected to invest the fund devised to her in trust in United States bonds and pay her annually the income from said fundsave the expense of managing same I devise a decent burial at an expense not greater than one hundred dollars by my mothers grave in tIe Richmond Ky Cemetery with a plain inexpensive headstone to mark my lost resting place Finally should anything remain after the foregoing bequests aud devises are paid off and nettled I devise same to be equally divided between the Filson Club of Lovisville of which my friend Hou R T Durrett is Pres ident and the Society of American Authors located in the City of New York Having previously given direc tions as to the sale of uiy property iu general terms I now specify White Hall and 300 acres shiil be sold at a different sale from that of iny other propertyWitness my signature at White Hall Madison county Kentucky this May 12 iu the year of our Loid one thou sand nine hundred CASSIUS JUAKOELLUS CLAYS Signed by Cassius Marcellus Clay In our presence and at his Request signed by us in his presence aijd in the pies ence of each other May 12 1900 CLARENCE EVEUETT WOODS W A HALL IMAGINE a republican Governor in office and pardoning those murderers of Goebol Of course they would par don them because the republicans all say that those parties ire not guilty and if they believe that they are not guilty they will surely pardon them No Governor believing that a man is innocent would leave hIm remain in the pen We pray the Lord that we may never see a mail Governor of Kentucky who will say a man is not guilty when six different juries have conIthan for a man to say that a set of men are not joJItllty aftei six different juries selectedfrom tint best citizens ofthreo different counties have jaid that they are guilU What more could you expect from a party that was by those seekinsr office and OIJC8DrZOO this prom ier nl England any thing that would count abne We can jiot believe that the aw d people lire going to trust the safety f their loved IIIIPU and their IIOHHHS U thieliiLex lugtou JiacrL + 4 PERSONAL Miss Gurraleen Smith is visiting in 3Vinchester Mr and Mrs Bertram have returned from Louisville Mrs Claude Smith is visiting rela tives in Irvine Messrs Herman and Charlie Frasa attended the Crab Orchard alrIMr R L Gentry left morn lag for his regular trip through Ohio Miss JiPttie French left today for ai visit to Miss Ashbrook in Uynthlana Mr T C Adams of Lawrenceburg spent Sunday with lila relatives here Mr J P Bpaty has returned home aftera jnost pleasant visit in Virginia Miss Ethel Watts is visiting Miss Carlisle Chenault At Cumberland ViewMiss Margaret Hanna is visiting relatives in Richmond Harrodshurg Herald Miss Kate McDaniels of Mt Sterl lug spent last week with Miss Linda Gormley Mr J W King of Unionviile Iowa Is visiting friends and relatives in this county Mrs Elizabeth Miller is visiting her daughter Mrs James Wlnn in Win chester Miss Lelia Jam Bpaty was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jatnes B Deatherage last week Mrs Mnriah Lynn in at home from a visit to Mrs Minerva Williams in Mt Sterling Miss Belle Bennett has gone to Lake Chautauqua NY for the rest of the heated term Misses Ethel and May Barnett visited the family of John W Wade in Mt Sterling last week Mrs J L Schlegel has returned from Mt Sterling where she visited the family of Mr A Schlegel Miss Georgia Neal Shipman of Shel hyville is the attractive guest of Miss Lelia Beatiy on Third street Miss Nannie C Parrish of Colum hus Ohio is visiting her sister Sirs G W Pickels on Third street Mrs O A Kennedy and daughter Katherine of Crescent Hill near Louisville are guests of Mrs W R Letdier- blisses Eliza Hulett and Roberta Farm of Lexington spent last week with Miss Margaret Myers on High streetMiss Mary A Rice general manager uguesne Development Cowas a guest Monday of Mrs Edward Norris BroadwayMisses and Rosa Cartrwright of Decatur Alabama will arrive today for a mouths visit to Mrs E O Vance on the Summit Mrs Ida Powell and daughter Elizabeth are at home from a visit to Mr and Mrs T Ghenault Willis in Stanford Mr and Mrs Nelson P Gay and children of Clark county spent last we k with Colonel and Mrs T JChenault near town Miss Judith Tudor passed through here Wednesday en route to her lioine at Irvine alter a visit to Mr and Mrs George Shepherd at Kirkgville Mr Eloitt Poe Smith was down from Jackson Saturday sun browned ana dusty and with a good start of chin whiskers lie looked like he had been roughing it Mrs A B Wagers and little son Hugh Colyer of Gin Gv and Mrs 11 W Millet and son Hogan of Waco arevisiting relatives in Williamsburg and Danville Presiding Elder J W Deering was the guest of Mrs Jo S Joplin Saturday- He delivered two very interesting ser mons at the SI E Church and ad ministered the sacrament of the Lords SupperMiss Elizabeth Taylor is at horn from a pleasant visit to Mrs Graham Vreeland in Louisville Mrs Vreelam was formerly Miss Annie Crutcher of Versailles and attended Madison In stitute one session Mrs R E Douglas and daughter of Macon Ga Mrs V8 Montgomery and children of Lexington and Mrs John N Turner of Campbellsville attended the funeral and burial of their grandmother Mrs Anne Walters Mrs John Arnold lett last Wednes day for Mt Sterling where she will spendseveral weeks with liar parents Mr and Mrs Henry Jones Mr Arnold will join his wife about August and after a stay in Mt Sterling will visit Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs W Abercrombia of Florida are spending the summer with Mr and Mrs T J Curtis at their lovely home near Kirksville Mr and Mrs Curtis were guests of Mr and Mrs Abercrombia while they were in Florida last winter Mrs J B Stoufler has issued invita tions for a reception tomorrow after noon at four oclock It will be in honor of Miss Lucy Crowe one ol Richmonds mOit popular young la dies who will soon become the bride of Prof L C Hunt One feature of tomorrows entertainment will be a linen shower Mrs Nora Brooks and Miss Brooks entertained at their borne on Maple street Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock with a reception in honor of their guests Miss Clokey of Decattr III and Miss Curraleen Smith of Richmond Ky The home was beau fully decorated for the occasion in terns palms anil fl ivvers In the receiving line were Mrs Brooks Miss rooks Miss Clokey and Miss Smith acli in charming costumes About oud hundred and twentyfive friends enjoyed the occasion The musicians were hidden behind a bank of ferns and palms in the hall Frappe was served in the bay winday of the library Presiding over the punch bbwl were Misses Browne and Buckwalter in evening dress The refreshments were served in the dining room which was darkened and lighted with candelabra emitting a soft light from beneath their red shade Tbe decorations in this room were carnations The refreshments consisted of assorted cakes bon bons and individual ices in assorted designs of flowers fruits and animals The reception will long he remembered as one of the most pleasant of Winchesters many social func tions Misses Clokey and Smith were the recipients of many compliments from tile friends of the hostesses Sun Sentinel The Miller Range people tell us If a customer telephones us they Jo not like the Miller Range fores to send a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end ti- DB Shftckelford kCo- O M Coyle Richmond Ky makes your old furniture look like new All work guaranteed ijhwMit esh price 8tf 4 TIiTT1 TIiI12 Tn r In Hnaorla- mMissSudieCrawlord one of the best beloved and most consistent members of Mt Zicn Christian church passed peacefully into rest at 1030 oclock on Sunday morning July the 19th 1003 after an illness of about six months She made the good confession about ten years ago and all theselyearsofhei short life have been devoted to the cause phe so much loved It was the rubof her life to meet with the dis ciples on each Lords day to break bread and was sore distressed if by any means she was prevented from so do lug How fitting it seemed that on this Lords day morning she should go to sit down at the table with her Savior who was at all times so real and so dear to her The funeral services HughrcLollauMt Zion chUrch house on Monday morning the 20th at nine oclock Interment lii Richmond Cemetery She leaves a father mother two brothers and three sisters besides a host of lov ing friends who mourn for her but not without hope She will be sadly miss ed from her home and church but we take comfort in the thought that she is at rest M V 0 KIRKSVILLE The Kirksville fair was quite a success in every respecL The largest crowd that has attended in years Including a number from neighboring towns was here There were plenty of splendidbehaviour enjoyed by all present Among the visitors to the fair were Major Abercrumbia and wile of New Smyrna Florida The Major is a mill ionaire They will spend the summer In and around Kirksville Notwithstanding they are from the laud oi flowers wlncli is hard to beat still they are carried away with Kentucky and the genuine hospitality of a Ken tucky home They will be entertained by Hr Fry Mr T J Curtis and Mr D G Simmons Mrs D B Willis gave a swell party on the evening of the 12th Society was out in full force Frank Fowler is smiling now behind the counters of R L Browns store uphisthing in readiness for the opening on September 1 Prof Simmons will ar rivw in a few dys to prepare for the opening Letour people rally to the support of our new instructor for he is most worthy of a hearty patronage The public school at this place will begin on the tint uf September The services of Miss Ora Headrest who has taught here for the past three years and who is extremely popular with all have been engaged for the ensuing termMiss Bessie Elkin of Louisville at tenled the fair and is the guest now other aunt Mrs J P Simmons Several of our citizens are at Slate Lick Springs this week Mrs Maggie Fiunell and sister Miss Eilie of Kansas City Mo are the guests of their grandfather Mr W P Prewitt While engaged in repairing the roof of Mr George Shepherds house Mr Charlie Nikirk oi Silver Creek slipped aud fell His escape rom death was most marvelous tie sustained some very severe ana painful bruises but is not seriously injured Mrs John Cameron who resides near here fell from the merrygoround on Saturday during the fair and sul fured a bruised toot Sue lass since experienced considerable pain Mr Ben Simmons sold his buyware last week for SO Quito a number from Kir ville and vicinity attended the dab Orchard lair Miss Maggie Layton of this place is taking in tee Ural Orchard fair She will also visit the Danville fair before returning mAtte Alex Miller colored was tried today in Judge Coys court for shooting at George Prewitt colored He con fessed and was tIned 10 and costs Elder J M Bruce and daughter Laverne have returned from a visit to Danville and Mercer county Tuey report that it id distressingly dry in those placed Partners here and in this vicinity are rejoicing over a tine rain which came in liuie to nave tilt corn crop prominentlawyerlast week wilii Ins brother Dr 1 B Oldlmiu iVlr Oidnam spends much ol his tUlle in Washington City aud is now on his way West The stork arrived on the night of the 20th at the hume of Rev C B Batch ford bringing with him a fine baby girl Bout parents are very proud over the arrival of the wee little one She has not yet been cliristeueU Mrs Alice Furls entertained quite a number of young people on the even lug of the 20th Mrs Lula Everett oi Stanford has been with tier mother who is quite sick at the home of Mr Fowler here Misses Florence and Blanch Smith of Irvine are spending a few weeks with their aunt Mrs Alice Earls Miss Julia Shepherd of the same place is with her brother Mr George Shepherd at the Hall All three of these young ladles attended the lair Fire destroyed the postoffice at Nina Garrard county on the night of the 2s Every thing pointed to the fact that it was incendiary When the fire was first discovered it was burning on the outside of the building near where the coal oil tank sat on the inside Postmaster Creech telephoned to Wil more for the bloodhounds but they have been unable so far to make any track ot the fiends Nothing was saved and it was hard work to save Mr Cr dwellings Miss Sallie Secrest has returned from a pleasant visit to Danville Dr J C Furls of Lancaster is at howe now on the sick list Mrs Mattie Routte and little daugh ter Dora of Point Leavell were guests of your correspondent last week and attended the fair and also enjoyed the Shepherd ball RELIGIOUS The Committee on Union of the Congregational church the Method ist Protestants and the United Bret ren met at Pittsburg la July 1 and agreed upon a platform for a federated union whose main points are as Id lows The power of the general coun oil shall be advisory and any recommendations it way make shall be referred to the constituent bodies of the three deuominatious for approval Tiie purposes of tile general council shall be to present to tbe world soma realization of that unity of believers desired among Utiristittii churches to promote a better knowledge and a closer fellowship among the Christian bodies thus uniting to secure as far as possible the unification of kindred or iranlzHtiotm now existing in the several bodies to consider methods by which in the State annual and district con Terences the bodies may be brought into coordinate activity and organic unity to prevent the unnecessary multiplication of the churches and to unite weak chnrches of the same neighborhood whenever practicable and to unite encourage the alhhlia thou with the councils of Christian bodies cheriehinu a kindred faith aud purpose The basis of representation in the general councils shall be one delegate for every five thourendmem hers Dr Washington Gladden of this Con regatinnal church and Dr W M Weekley tf the United Brethren church were appointed as commission era to present the matter to the Kovnrn ing bodies of the three churchal their sessions to be held next vest Christian Observer cacTw LeU I can get you mOney at 5 per cent In terest on long time in sums of f 000 or over oa your fr property For partlculftrs call on or W R LrrcHKK JK apt Ii Mt Bkb 4 x MOBERLY Mesdames R 0 Moborloy and John Turpin who have been quite sick are convalescing charmingdaughterformers brother Mr Robert Daugher ty a prominent merchant of Beatty villa ElderT Q Martin of Winchester Oiled his regular appointment at Flat woods Sunday He went from thereto Winston Estill county to conduct- a series of meetings receivinglambsMcKinney having the toppy bunch his averaging 104 Ibs Elder T Q Martin assisted by Elder P L Cunningham of III will commence a protracted meeting at Flat AugustElderinlaw to our popular merchant and Doctor D Z and V B Taylor of Waco is said to be a fine preacher Capt Robt Harris our polite and affable express messenger of the L A has established quite a market here for blackberries During the berry sea son he distributes from 10 to 20 in greathelpIf you want to see some good horses and fast goers visit Haxhall Stock Farm on Tuesdays and Fridays and see such pacers and trotters as Linnen Walter T Etta Clarence C and many others step a mile in less than 20 Go anythingOur farmers are through cutting and stacking their oats and are now busy taking care of their hay which is much better than anticipated Some TelephoneCo can make quite a speck by establishing an independent telephone line from Richmond to Mob erly Waco College Hill Union City and Doylesville and in fact all over Madison county if they will make rates similar to those in Jessamine Clark and other adjoining counties thereby enabling the farmers and all other parties to have phones in their hou ell We have a telephone line here hut rates are high that but few can afford to have same in their houses We are against trusts and monopolies out hare that is why we always send up such a big Democratic vote A Famous fey Rider Among the many attractions at the Crab Orchard Fair last week was Mas ter Charlie Dunn the son of Mr Theo Dunn of Whites Station who is known as a champion boy rider Charlie enter in two rings taking the blue ribbon in each One was for the best boy rider and the other in the best walking ring he riding that famous saddle mare of his fnthers which has been shown in all fairs over Kentnrky with not more than one or two defeats and has taken over a thousand dollars in premiums Charlie has exhibited his skill as a horseback rider on no less than twen ty occassions and has only one defeat against him that being at Lexington when but six years old Charlie will heap attraction at the Houstonville and Danville fairs and we feel salen vouching that he will come home a winner Teachers Institute The annual session of the Madison County Teachers Institute convened on Monday and will continue through out the week About seventy teachers wer enrolled on the first day but there will probably be ninety in all Professor R N Roark Dean of State College Lexington is the Instructor and quite a good deal of interest is be lug manifested by all present The meeting opened on Monday morning with a most able and eloquent address of welcome by Hon R W Miller Thus was responded to by Professor Roark before beginning the school work Every thing bids fair for this to be one of the most successlul Institutes in years Tonight an open session will be held at the court house begin ning promptlv at eight oclock The program will consist of music recitations aud a lecture by Professor Roark whose subject will be The Man and the Woman The public is most cor dially invited For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For corn plete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo 1023A twostory frame residence contain 6 rooms and two hansln Rich Ky Lot 40x150 feet small Price 1000 less than cost twostory frame residence on one the nicest resident streets in Rich lias all necessary outbuild A great bargain for anyone de a nice home nice residences near Main street only three squares from court A more desirable location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a bar twostory frame residence on street Building in good re Price Sooo 120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 good town lot on good street 40x feet Price SI50 producingfarmbarn and other outbuild Price 4200 farm containing about 130 acres residence barn and other provements In fine locality Price 2500 containing 100 acres well but with no other improve Can be bought in connection No8 Price 1000 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage In flrstclasa condition clsterd etc Price 500 Handwne twostory residence in best part of Richmond large lot and necessary out buildings A bar at saOUO Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 13000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best Improved farms in Madison county containing 255 acres outbuildIngsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres of land five acres in grass and two In garden good orchard and grape arbor nil necessary ont bnildingn This property is in a thriving villxge where churches and schools are convenient Price of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms CityLOUI025O A twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price rzsoo A nice residence for nny one deslr lOgan Ideal home One cfthe best cnnstrncied buildings in Richmond welt improved 2200 neighborhood stnoetcOulalnlBgsary iiutliniloings Can be pur chased the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will paint resilience for purchaser An ideal cottage of live rdoms beautiful yard and all neceetary uildlngsliiondlng stable ud cistern Price ttftOi Will Kelt iB3tellM nt plan Will paiat residence for purchaser Nice reldeace on a4acre lottaitiing xeven rooms and two porches Kitunted In best reMeceportloB or city Stable coat h lmlldInfllliiiiliii a aw Jtom For Ten Days Only For Tm Days we will sell the fpllowing goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c Ladies 25c Corset Covers for 19c lOc Lawns at 9c 39c 29c 15c Lawns at12e1- 8c 49c 39c Lawns 15e5e h 69c 75c Gowns for 69c 75c Skirtsfor 69o 99c 89c 99c 89e Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats U inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each LadiestBlack and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JO inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 LadiestFine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoat- st High luster J2 inch flouncetrimmed with J2 narrow ruffles at J99 each eCall in during our cut rate sale of ten days andpurchase some bargains Respectfully Yours I IL IuIII OWEN McKEECor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY Diphtheria relieved in twenty min utes Almost miraculous Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drug store 1m Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Batik Trust Companyprhy writing T D CIIENAULT tnlilS tf Terrill ivy Whats the secret of happy vigorous health Simply keeping the bowels the stomach the liver and kidneys Mtuiiig and active Burdock Blood Hitters does it hal Come and see the heaviest the best and the most complete Range in the marketThe Miller You will find plenty ot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelford Co Mothers lose their dread for that ter rUde second summer when they have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry in the house Natures specific for bowelcomplaints of every sort 1m The Best System of Heating a Residence We will call and see you if you w- antPlumbing OrHeatingAddress RICHMOND KY- or Third floor of Post Off- iceLEXINGTON Plumbing Co A RemintJeriThat we are right in the push withour superb Stock of f I i J6j6je Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Matjtings 6 Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and SecondiRICHMOND KENTUCKY Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry fe Thomas A little life may be sacrificed to an hours delay Cholera infantum dye entery diarrhoea come Kuddciily On ly safe plan la to have Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry always on hand Call us up bv 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 ii good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work tailed for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of surI rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop 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 1903 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 OLD JOE WUlSKYI hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want theIbest Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 1 00 per gallon 10 bottles S3 h 5 rJUIotS 2CO 5Ii bottles 3 2 jogs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novljT Anderson county Kv For upholstering and repairing see C M Coyle two doors East Grand Opera House Richmond Ky tf Hives are a tpnible torment to the little folks and to some older ones Easily cured Doans Ointment never fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store 20 cents 1m ELDERS BARGAIN STORE J We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we are again in business arid are now daily receiving a full line of Spring Goods Prettiest line ofItWhite Goods Ginghams Embroideries Laces Ribbons Clothing Shoes and Millinerye g ever shown in this tit Call and inspecfrour line and be convinced that we can save you money iJ lt C j V p C r r I C I II Ie Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trade J C J2JV ELDiBRIL j lWe Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of and nowcomplete lineDonta latest thing out in a vehicles ine Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions 1iee Qarca e 3csKIGHMO1VD KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND 8TREET PHONE I- BFRH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903 Who said there was to be no hot weather Mr T J Curtis of Kirksville sold last week to A F Hagan of Waverley Tenn fifty good mules Mr B W Turner advertises in this issue a Great Clearance tine for the month of August Read his advertisement elsewhere Col Tlios Chenault sold at public auction in Mt Sterling last week sev entyfive heap of horses bringing an average of 62 per head He also sold seventy head in Winchester on Mon day Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the cunning season We make a specalty of flne repair work and employ nothing but the best workmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a complete line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFF Prop tor safe Dandv store and stand in country Address Drummer McKinney Ky Ice Ueam Sapper The Daughters of the onfpderacy will give an ice cream supper tomorrow night during the band concert in the court house yard Price will be 15 cents Painfully Burned Samuel the eight yearold child of stirr and Mrs W T Deatherage was Vvery painfully burned last week by stepping into a pile of hot ashes The flesh fell from the bonn in places so badly was it burned Sold His Farm Mr W T Tevis wild Saturday to Mr J H Brandenburg of Lee County his farm near Kirksvillc containing 162 acres for 14000 Mr Tevix informed the CLIMAX that the sale was a result ol the advertisment he placed in this paper about thre wenkR ago For Constable Mr John Baxter las announced that lie is a rnnlidate for the offices of Con stable subject to the Democratic party Mr Baxter ie a steamily quiet and upright citizen and firm in Ids convict ions He will fill thnffit ifelected in a must creditidilp mxnncr Residence ftaiale A nice residence oirHiah street con taintiii eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water thn property of Mrs Hindu Iarr Fur par iculars mill ou or aildrer either of llm mideixiuued MRS ttNUA KAKR W H IOUGLAS jnl 294 Kirhi Kv Bghtyons Hones fold The public tal of liortw the property of J F Conk d Co of Lexington was held at EmhryV stIk vard this city last TiirBilay Eightyone head were offered and sold brio riugan aver age of ai7 per head which was cnnld- erd a fair average for this class of stock Col Thus Chenanlt was the auctioneer e Q Corn TatesCreekper barrel It is predicted that in a short time it will bring S 4 A Freak One day last week Mr Coleman Neff the poultiytuHn brought to our office quite a freak of nature In the form of a tHree legged hen The third leg while shorter than the other two is perfectly formed The fowl is quite a ouriosltv and has attracted considerable attention Treated rue ladies of the Rebecca lodge were guests of honor at n pretty lawn fete which was tendered them on last rues day night by the gentleman of the same order Mr Charles Jacobs yard on N Second street was the scene of the gathering and the occasion was most enjoyable Delicious cream wakes fruits and candies were served A Good Work Mips Lucy Lackey organized a Sun day school at Boonesboro on last Sun day There is not a better or more earnest church worker in Richmond than Miss Lackey and tier many chris- tian deeds have shed rays of light into more lives than account has been made of This Sunday school at Boonesboto is a noble undertaking and we trust it will prosper and grow At Kirbville The county Sunday school ronven tion is in session today at Kirksville 1Ire1GeoljeGormley and Revs H G Turner an W A Eisenhart These conventions are delightful occasions and are a source of much enlightenment to those who attend Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports only about 125 cattle on the market nearly all oT which were heifers 7 Xlb heifers brought 310 GCOlb heifers brought 300 500 to 65011 heifers brought 275 60 lambs brought 360 per hundred Several lots of weathers 265 to 275 per hundred stock ewes 275 to 3 A large crowd was in townJ Ramsey 1 T Vlbon fcr luc lman Mr fT Wilson announces in this issue his candidacy for councilman from the east end precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Wilson solicits the vote of even Democrat in Richmond and if chosen by the citizens to represent his ward in the next council will discharge the duties of the office with credit to all concerned Another Teacher in The Quiches of The Law Maggie V Miller a colored schoolmarm from this place is under arrest in Lexington charged with a fraudulent use of the answers to examination questions sent out by the State Board of Examiners She had in her possession a complete list in regular order as they appeared on the examination sheets and was discovered by Superintendent Oassidy She was placed under a 100 bond C D Cheuault formerly of this city going her security To the Democrats of MSon County In this issue of the CLIMAX my an nouncement for Jailer of Madison county appears I appeal to the Dem ucrais of lids county to help me secure the nomination My first vole in 18C2 was Democratic and 1 have been a Democrat ever since Have lived in Madison for twentyfour years and have tried to make a good citizen in every particular Have been frequently seui by my party to other counties in State and district elections quietly itoiny what 1 was sent to do resulting in good for the party which 1 love and it I should be defeated I will btill be subject to my partys call 1 aui feeling good over my prospects for election There is no clique or clan running me I am running my own race only Other good Democrats are my conpetitots hut I am the oldest titan on the track and none would ap preciate the nomination more than your humble servant J H KENNEDY 2 I E Deatherage Co L Elmer Deatherage is the man who sells all kinds of i SEEDS AND GRAIN C r Andnow it is preserving time and he has plenty of Masons Selfsealer Jars j- y tBesides these he handles all kinds of GroceriesCanned 1and Green Goods Fruits Candies and good old J Country Hams V- C and Side Meat Give him a call Telephone 35 J lE Deatherage CoL c iJ HOT UATHER COMFORT FOR MEN Cool Suits Linenette Linen Flannel WoolCrash and Homespun 150 1250 Think of a neat comfortable suit genteel looking for only 150 Also lots of good things at 300 500 anc- ollection 700 And a splendid of wool crash suits r perfect fitting stylishand fine at 800 1000 and 1250 Light Goats Serges Lusters Alpacas Cheviots 100 to- X500 Special values in all sizes regulars extras and longs Tow Linen Pants Just the thing for this weather every pair guaranteed to rip comfortable and good Try them When the Cook Leaves I its mighty handy to have a Ore that can be lighted in R jiffy the only fuel a match One Turnof Valve and your fire is started with the striking of a match All expense is as easily stopped when done cooking and the kitchen remains cool and comfortable for the finishing up With Gas Fuelth- ere is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitchen Would You Like To About Gas- RICHMOND Water Light COMPANY They Sell Detroit Gas Ranges I For Loondl Mr Joe Bales has announced him self as a candidate for election to the City Council Mr Bales is one of the best known citizens in the town and county and is public spirited and will prove a valuable acquisi tion to that body Rastos b IMseoOra jed The Winchester Democrat sayer Until recently suicides among the negroes were almost unknown but re cently an epidemic of suicides has pre vailed among the Winchester negroes About ten days gooue suicided Wednesday the Coroners jury sat on another while that night no less than three tried to end their miserable ex istence by the morphine route Near ly all of them were dope fiends and the use of drugs is increasing among the negroes to an alarming extent Ii Its ketching we would like to slId overa delegation of Richmond coons A Sure This The date for the street fair and car nival has been decided on and great preparations are being made by the Red Men to make it a success Dur ing the week of August 31st our town will be enlivened by every thing that makes a street fair Mr John Mer shon is at the head of the movement He will be ably assisted by Messrs John Sexton and J B Stouffer as Secretaries and the following executive committee Judge N B Turpin David Powers Henry James J B Stouffer and Robert Golden These geutlemen are making great efforts to haye the fair a succr ss So now since it is an assured fact let every body boom the fair and rally to the support of the Red Men INoName as Yet Several weeks ago we published that there was a probability of a post office being established at Mine No 2 of the Big Hill Coal Co and that it would most likely be called Chenault In honor of Judge J C Chenault of this city Upon further investigation we find that there is already a post office by that name in the State hence the impossibility of naming this one for our honored townsman Numer ous names have been suggested among which appears the name of Rachel in honor ot the little daughter of Mr Jones a of the company It seems that all interested are partial to tho name of Rachel for as one said I together with my associates have labored for fourteen years for the building of this town the same length of time that Jacob of old labored for his Rachel Then why not call the now poslofflce Rachel LaterWe learn that the town has been named Johnetta in honor of an othefrdhlrol Mn Joll to not Jewel thember 100 150 Know treparing to Rebuild Messrs W G Kemper Will Fish and A B Estridge prominent citizens of Paint Lick were here several days since looking after the fire losses they sustained recently Mr Kemper cashier of the thriving Peoples Bank said they would begin work of rebuilding at once Mr Fish is also making esti mates while Mr Estridge is laying his plans to put up another store These gentlemen are hustlers in every sense of the word and the grass will not grow under their feet Paint Lick is one of the best business points in central Kentucky and it is all due to the fact that she has for citizens just such enterprising pushing people as the above named gentlemenLancas- ter Record Juvenile rair Today the yard of Mr John Doty on West Main Street presents quite a lively scene A regular juvenile fair is in progress under the direction of Masters John Doty and John Foster All priveleges for stalls lemonade and peanut stands have been lotto the var ious youngsters who will have charge of same This is quite a commendable undertaking on the part of the manage ment and shows their business ideas The prices of admission are for children under one year of age 25 cents from one to three years old 10 cents and all over that age 2 cents Their prices are arranged thus so wo under stand to keep babies away It is evident the youthful directors do not want a baby show We wish them much success eNo need to swelter in heavy hot clothes when cool comfortable apparel can be found herein suchgreat variety eJItSuch Small Prices Theres real economy in putting aside your heavier clothes for these lowpriced hotweather things to say nothing of the comfort gained Come and see flJ t NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Just received fine line midsummer styles the very latest Far and away the largest stock in Richmond to select from uc 1 eden the s ete Low eat Shoes At 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 315fand other brands likewise First choosers get the Death Mask Isaac Hathaway a young colored sculptor of Lexington came over on last Saturday and took a death mask of General C M Clay A marble bust will be made and thus the great war rior and statesman will be perpetuated Th inaeliivas exhibited at this office and was a most splendid likeness of General Clay Hathaway has gained considerable note in this line ofwork paying especial attention to the reproduction of bones skeletons and anatomicallubjectsNot On last Wednesday night Walter C Dorst Editor of the Circleville Ohio Herald pasted through Richmond en route to Danville to visit his brother When the train stopped at this place quite a number ot Richmond people went on board and entered the coach in which Mr Dorst was tilting Scarce ly had the train started when one of the Richmond boys was surprised by a request irom Mr Dorst for a half a pint of whiskey from his bottle especially when he looked up and found that he was addressed by a perfect stranger On noticing bis surprise Mr Dorst said I am a little sick and need some whiskey and thought perhaps that you could spare me a little from your bottle The Richmond man at once drew his bottle and gave it to the editor After he had drunk to his satisfaction the Richmond man addressed him thust I would like to know how you knew that I had a bottle and why you selected me instead of some other one of the crowd Well said Mr Dorst I knew that you as well as all the rest of the gentlemen who got on board here were Kentuckians I thought all KeutuuVians carried a bot tle and could spare a half putt with out special inconvenience I asked you simply because you were closer to me than any of the rest The Rich mond man accepted the explanation and told him that he was ilIad he could divide with him but he doubted if he had a correct idea about his associates that all Kentuckians did not carry on or about their persons as much whisky as was generally supposed by Ohlans Mr Dorst being an Elk soon became and almost every man he met drew forth his vial and offered it to the editor Later during the journey Mr Dorst was in conversation with a mountain man who held a quart of pure mountain dew which they were sampling and as they separated for the night Mr Dorst saldyou see I would have made no mistake if I had called on any one of these gentlemen The editor proved to be a very companionable gentleman and the Richmond boys would like to see him at their homes Grand Too Many Goods Not Enough Room We will sell from our entire stock during the month of August If II Dry Goods Notions Millinery Cut Glass BricaBrac China Etc at Strictly Cost Price for Cash Only A grand opportunity to buy goods at wholesale prkesj This sale is genuine no advertising schemed Come see us and be convinced B W TURNERI Arm Broken On Sunday evening shortly efter six oclock Mrs Henrietta Bronston fell on the back porch at the home of her daughter Mrs George Prewitt and suffered a fracture of both bones in her arm just above the wrist Drs Holton and Smoot set the injured member and made the patient as com fortable as possible Mrs Bronstons many friends greatly regret the accident and hope for her speedy recovery j Announces for Coundlman Elsewhere in todays CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr D B Shackelford for Councilman from University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party Speak ing of his candidacy Mr Shackelford states that he is making the race solely on his own merits and independently of any other candidate now or who may hereafter announce Mr Khsckelford being himself a large taxpayer hiss the interest of the city at heart and if selected to fill the important position of councilman will discharge the duties of tha office with credit to his constituents as well as himself Death of General Oar General Cassius Marcellus Clay Sage of White Hall died at his home at nine oclock last Wednesday night in the 93rd year of his age During his long life he has been closely identified with the history of this State and Nation He was born in this County in 1810 his parents being General Green iClay and Sallie Lewis Clay Hiseailiest scholas tic training was begun with private teachers Later he took a course at Transylvania and finally graduated from Yale University in the class of 1832 He was a lawyer though he nev er actively engaged in its practice He was a statesman a soldierunoted for his dauntless bravery and a diplomat His early life was full of public duties such as brought to light the lull strength of his manly powers of mind ana body From 1831 to 1838 he represented this County in the legislature and from 1838 to 1839 he was a member of the same body from Fayette County where he then lived General Clay was one ot the largest slave owners in time south still he was very greatly opposed to the institution of slavery and worked earnestly to secure its abolition In 1845 he established and published a paper at Lexington which bore the title of The True American This publication caused the wildest ex citementand its author was threatened even with death if he continued it He was however not to be frightened and held his own ground until he was siezed with a serious ill ness during which his whole establish ment was slipped away to Cincinnati He was a valiant soldier in the Mexican war finally being taken prisoner as Encarnacion in 1847 Later he was candidate for antislavery governor of this State In 1801 he was made minister to Russia but remained at suchonly one year when he was re called and commissioned Major Gener al of Volunteers in the United States Army He assumed command lof his troops at Lexington and marched to meet the invading armies of General Bragg In 1863 he was returned as Minister to Russia and served In that capacity under Presidents Lincoln Johnson and Grant After the war closed he returned to his grand estates at White Hall and has lived a quiet secluded life devoting himself to lit erature and philosophy In 1833 he was married to Mies Mary Warfield of Lexington and from tills union there are five surviving children HOB B J Clay Mrs James Bennett and Mrs Mary Clay et this cityMiss Laura Clay of Lexington and Mrs Dabaey Or ens haw of Richmond Virginia His funeral was preached Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock at the Babtist Church after which his retains were Interred In thevRictiaHrod Cemetery IB his death M adleea County looe a one of her poet IMeret1nllnd h fetor ic elmwKwfl Pimcwe N to kk MlMfc 50- X150 00 best acquainted D B Shackelford Co have con tracted witn the Miller R k F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madison county DEATHS TUKPIN Mr Henry J Turpin a farmer near Union City died at his home on last Wednesday Deceased was eightythree years of age He was a member of the Christian church at Union City and was considered by all an honest upright man and a good citizen He enlisted in the 21st Kentucky under Capt David Russell and was a pensioner at the time of his death WesleyPtinRowLAXD etlonll and painful illness Mr Edward K llowjflpd died Sunday night at the honJe of lIrJa k Freeman on West Main street Mr Rowland has long been a resident of this place and was known for his quiet and unassuming ways For a long time he conducted a shoe and grocery manyfrlfudsdeath His funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the residence after which the remains were taken to Nicholasville and interred by the side agoHisin their los- sHARmsMrs John D Harris died at her home Blythewoodon Monday night after an illness datin back tOt more than a year Deceased was one of the best known women in the coun ty She and her distinguished hus band have always been prominent fig urea in the social life of this town an d county Besides her husband she leaves two daughters Mrs Sam H Stage of Louisville and Mrs C M Clay Jr of Paris Her funeral will be Reduced Prices on Straw HatsStraws greatly reduced to close out All the latest styles250 for 150 200 for 125 150 for 75c 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 2 50U H JO 00 10 00U 8 50 8 00U U 6 75 COVINGTON AND BANKS ClearanceSALE preached this morning at ten oclockat i her home thence her burial in the Richmond cemetery The sympathy of the entire out to the family in their sore bereavement HIGGINS Mrs Jane Higgins died at noon yesterday at the home of her daughter Mrs Adelia Woods aged BowlingGreenbeen ill since Her trouble was a core plication of diseases and her death had been momentarily expected for a month Ten of 11 of her living children were at her bedsidewhen death came and nev erdldchildren give up a fond mother eXIcellentgins was the widow of Simoe E Hig gins who died some 14 years ago The burial will occur at 10 oclock this morning in the Lancaster cemetery af ter services by Rev J E Woolford STANFORD JOURNAL Mrs Higgins wa Hue mother of Mr Chas F Hig ginsTprajirietor of the Kentucky Carriage rork8r oLJhis city In his bereavement Mr Biggins has the sym pathy of hosts friends WALTERS Beautiful in the si H time Lord is the death of his Saints Such a death way that of Mrs Anne SingltonPThursday at noon at her home on the Campus Deceased who was about 73 years old was one of the most beautiful Christian characters it has ever been our pleasure to know All her long life she had been a devoted member of the Southern Presbyterian church and supportShehere and there among those distressed of mind and body During her long illness her Christian fortitude and for bearance shone forthwith undimmed lustre saying at all times Thy will Oh Lord be Done Her lore will be felt by the community and by her church but especially will she be missed in the home circle of which she was dauJohteriMary McClintock and two brothers Messrs James and William Anderson Her funeral was conducted Saturday morning at the Presbyterian church the sermon being preached by lrDcdge Her remains followed by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives were borne to the Rich mond Cemetery and laid beside those ot her husband- HAGGARDThe funeral of Mrs Lucv Turpin Haggard a former resident of Fairpoint was conducted at Concord Tuesday at 2 p m After a sermon at thechurch by the Rev C B Osgood of Minneapolis which was attended by reIWitSIJuly 11 1003 at the home ot her laughter Mrs Siinira Woodburv at Darliig ton Wis at the age of 89 years She was one ol the pioneer settlers of Min nesota settling on government land in Cherry Grove township Goodhue county in 1855 Since 1863 she hall been a member of the church of Christ at Con conlrlot to bear more than the usual amoun of toil and privation incident to a pionefeiJfe to her intimate friends and re iv Gvm s familiarly known as Aunt Lucy and many will long cherish a loving re memberance of her cheerfull and gener ous hospitality Relatives present from a distance were Thos B Haggard and Henry Haggard Excelsior Minn Wm Haggard Brookings S D Mary F Hoagland Brook Park Mini A C Woodbury Darlington WIs West Concord Minnesota Enterprise Deceased was a sister of Mrs Hadn Tnr pin of this county eightvsix years of age last May and John and Allen Turpin of the Union neighborhood Mrs Haggard left this county about fifty yeary ago GREAT GUT PRICE SALE t ON i LOW SHOES OF ALL KINDS tWe have decided not to carry over any Low Shoes this season and begin now to make make prices that will move them Come and get your choice 4 MENS 5 00 OXFORDSIdeal Patn Kid for S3 95 4 00a a 315 t 3 50allleather 295 3 00cc c 265 2 50cc a 215- 200c cc 165- u 50a cc it 115 LADIES 3 50 OXFORIjIdeal Patd Kid for 295ac 3 Oct i a is a cc 265 1250 h Ideal and Plain Kid 215- xee 200t a ee 165 tV 1 a H Ct u 115 qc cc tt 95 RICE AND ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky i rf PROFESSIONAL OARDS r ATTORNEYS Ith MILLER ArroRili1kTLwft- gMO1D KKNTUCKY t Office n the Burnam Building next dour to armer National Bank febSly SULLV N JA ATIOItNItrTLAW- Bht1MONI KHNTUOKY Office over State Hank Trust Co op posite Court Houm m Min Street J Cll Al Oil Ii4NALILI ATTORNEYS AT LA W RICHMOND Misruaic Office on Second street over Chen nlt grocery W R ER- Attorneyill Law RlrlUIOSDI KKNTHUK- VtegOffice over Taytor Bid Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8ELLOlti AT LAW UICBMONO KKNTUCKY offi e in John Bennetts old law office over Perr k Thomas drug store PHYSICIAN DKS GIBSON GIBSON IH KSfH AS ANli MrtitAJiMS BlLHMoND KKNTUCKV- Oni K Dr II bon M inSlreet B C JASPER M D MIilczie and ijurgtiry I11t iI sUIIijIl4r ti HIIittre relrpnoii Kt ret1 the thin place on Broadway iriiHOND KKNTUCKY EVAKS M U l PllYBIOlA AU JJUKUKMN RICHMOND KKNTUCK E 0 Vance 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust U Liralur firnlII41In MIIMtl CONSJLTATION FREE Qra1uatesshr School I Oswopat- by3GSEtENT Dt 1eIIM c consot UnUIKVILLK Ky r Ultlec Hell littor to GDWttnt lluildilu irniiSn4 Kir flMrbour4to IJI tn4 u l 7 M Blanton DENTIST ajMflce m Bwtnett flu II ing Ijanly TKLRPHOXE U6 mu TK LANDMAN- Hottil Ulynilix- iWcdneslay August 12 1903 u u ICodlol Cure Digests what you cat d AiIUftFlltf We have moved our prodmy business from tlie East Endof Main estreat to the Gimietl Hnuxe storeroom on Swcond street where we will be glad to wel fittiie our friemls nml pat rOil Ve willIcontinue In way the highest market price for Egs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince YIIU that we are the leic1ers in the Produce Hnsiness in Madison county GOTT BROS Sworn street 21jaiilv IHI H 10NO KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Louisville Ji itlaitic Eailroal DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraalllesLawrenceburg Shel S05a D mandFor Irvine IltMajn For Millers Creek 250 pan TRAILS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and4 ll54am Cincinnati r Rltr tu pmProtaO M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyILARichmond Kj Stops the Cough and TTorks o2 the cord Laxative Rromo Quinine Tracts iture a cold in one day No cure DO IIAV Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 11 Wearn pleased toslatetbat it is on sdle at tile tollovrini plllltJin Mmlison county Arbnckle 3 Simmons R chmond Sea rev i Hamilton Waco O Plnnel Red House J tuners Vallev View I V Whltloclf Baldwin John niipp Newby Burton Robeits Iluthton J W Tester Edenton I W Provritt Cot ton burg L acre Paint Lick- allaccton0 Me W barter rtlcknfrt Hart rTCoy Next to the Proper Test 9tflPS II4 proper flWiej Vi can do whllt is rii ht with regard to the test out the GLASSES Hindi to fill thA prescription Our tuckof Optical Goodn iso Iarp and Ioinptote that we can fill immedintnly all demands for ulnssws not of II ery niiUHinil streli t For these it will akii little lonir r time Repairs are oroiiIstkexeeiiietl T A Robinson ptician and Jeweler Main S Richmond Ky Armer old viand 38J11y u L1 Si II Tim Tal Ar No Cibcinnati and Livings Lv li4lpm ton Hxe8s suntli bound HAS p No 6 Cfnnati and Livings 126pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No Cinnati and Livings 3W5 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnati and Livintrs lltWpra ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays yule Accm north bound 620 it m No Stanwtand Mays 7i2ilpra villeA beJLnd 1NlJrocm sou bound 820am A4rozHlchmond and Stan t n Blue Grass Land For Rent I hive 400 acres of Rood grazing hluejrrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Ohe- iinuitSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Knlls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Highclass Private School at Kirksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings Ho will he supported by corn petent assistants The aim will he to rebuild the school into one of the best in thin part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities am tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help with your patronage to demonstrate what call be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all inquiries to G P Simmons Newton Fall 01110 or G B Shepherd Kirttvihhe Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapraoiyr rPhone lS 6 FLOURWhere are you going niy pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Ehiston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill JO with you my pretty maid v Youll never repent it sir sht 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 ofr Wrol Carding in Season 10 It jt l w U Two severe cases of Ovarian Trouble II and two terrible operations avoided Mrs Emmons and Mrs Coleman each tell how they were saved by the use of Lydia E Pirikhams Vegetable Compound II DEAn MRS PnI1AYI am so pleased with the results obtained dutyandII causingwould come over me which no amount of medicine diet or exercise spothoweverall my troubles had disappeared and I found myself once more healthy and well Words fail to describe the real true grateful feeling that is Dontdallyhams Vegetable Compound and take my word for it you will be a WalkervilleAnother Case of Ovarian Trouble Cured Without an Operation 5000 DEAR MRS PminrAM For several years I was troubled with ovarian trouble and a painful and inflamed condition which kept me in bed part of operationIbut nothing seemed to bring relief until a friend throughthetook it faithfully for three months and at the end of that time was glad to find that I was a well woman Health is natures best gift to woman and if you lose it and can have it restored through Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com I pound I feel that all suffering women should CoxIIt is well to rememoraber such letters as above when some druggist tries to get you to buy something which he says is just as good That is impos PinkhamsDont hesitate to write to Mrs Pinkham if there is anything about your sickness you do not understand She will treat you with kindness and her advice is free No woman ever regretted writing her and she lias helped thousands Address lynn Mass FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the original letters and signatures of UttlmonllJj which will prove their absolute cennlneneu Lydia Eo Plpkltam 3Iedlcine Co JLynn uau I Big Hill Coal Co QRLTAISDO KY Shippers of A mite Coal 4+4+ +4++ ++++++++ f t Guaranteed to lastall night in ordinary iJt grate without any attentionev r + + 444+++ 4 V MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row It AndBuys 1 SKINS or further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago r0 i Furnjture 11Every admirer of beautiful house fur nishings should call on JO S JOPLINfthe Main Street dealer and Illsuperb stock Bed Room Suits A Complete Dining Room Outfits JV Handsome Parlor Fixtures J Beautiful Odd Chairs C Pedestals Pictures in fact everything to make the home beautiful Remember the name inputt J J fV and the place f H L Main Street fWI inthe hi ij2f Building Undertaking Specialty o U L I Kentucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 21 4 days Crab Orchard July 224 days Cyntniana July 29 4 days Guthrie July 29 3 days Htihtonville July 29 3 days Danville August 4 4 days Madlsonyille August 44 days Lexington Aug 10 6 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrencebnrg Augusts 18 4 days tihepberdsville August 18 4 days Mnysville August 194 days daysIGermantown August 264 days Richmond Aug 31 and Sept 12 34and 5 Bardstowii September 1 5 days Nieholasville September 3 days Somerssi September 1 4 days Elizabetlitown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro September 21 C days We have uevertiliown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts tlniii we i ow have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We nlco do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices Tlie best rubber tire applyed and for one year Call and see uarlnteedI Richmond Carriage tf S L MIDRIFF Prop We see that D B Sbackelford Gos customerrt have made him put in a big Stock of Millers Ranges Tbey try to get what people will have tf Marshal Keown of Fords yule shot and fatally wounded Lincoln Smith one of two brothers who attacked him 011 an Illinois Central train in Daviess county Brutally Tortured A rase came tolhht that for persist ent and unmerciful torturehas perhaps never been equaled Joe GolohicC of Colusa O4hif writes For 15 years I endured iiisufTWaiilt pain from rhenma tlum and iiothiuy relieved me iboiigb I trim evHrytliiiip known Icameacroi Electric Hitters and its the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles ol it completely relieved IInllmrellIII Just at good for liver anti kidney troubles mid general debil ity Only 5He Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists lui Booker Washington re ports that of 1497 students in this years enrollment at Tuskegee Institute 29 an from Kentucky Squire Osborne he oldest member in the United States of the Seventh Day Alven tists died suddenly in Lexington 1 have practiced medicine for 36 vear and have onnaulted the leading pb icianH in ibis country in regard tu a remedv for iiyi epsia tint have never iiren able HI full anything that would Htlrtt a cure until I ned Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have antlered with atom ach trouble fur years Gould not oat anything but milk toast lor months but since I used Kodol I can eat any thing and feel that my health is better than it ever was in mv life I cannot say enough for Kndol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any case of dyspepsia if taken as d- irectedMD Settle M D Big Hill Ky Fortyseven witnesses for the prosecution have been summoned in the JettWhite case to be called at Cynthiana July 27 Henry Stein a saloonkeep er of Columbus Ind was fined S10 for allowing min isters to loiter in his place of business No Pity Shown For vears fate was after me contin uously writes F A Gulledge Verbena la I had a terrible case of piles caus ing 24 tumors When all failed Bnck lens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for hnrne and all aches and pains Only 25c at al drug stores 1m The saddle and bridle used by Harvey Logan in his flight from the Knoxville jail have been returned to Sheriff Fox through express One person was killed four seriously hurt and a score slightly injured in a wreck on the St Louis Terminal Com panys line near St Louis Nolce I have for ain about 250 acres of good IaiiI lucked war Big Hill thin county About fifty acres ef this mil is buiiifr cultiviitHd and the balance is in coal and umber The coal mine whieh is known as the Norman mille- tS opened up and is in firstclass cOUld thou the vein running from 30 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 fur goods It will pay any one desir ing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CAKUIEU Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 2oO acres of which is used for apple orclards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring a fin stock farm couid not secure better property jun 3Gmo The late t fad In society is- not to use the pronoun I but substitute one for it If you want to take a walk in the park the proper thing to say is Can one take a walk in the park This may be the correct thing in London where the style originated but the first time that some woman in this country who wears stilts on her heels and has a place in her shirt waist to carry apples wants to know if one can go it alone in progressivr game of euchre some wie guy will want to know how more than one could go it alone Thirty ix deaths and 83 prostrations occurred in and around New York and Brooklyn Friday from MG Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 14 miles from rail road station and post office Excellent improvements all in grass well watered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easyE EVANS apr 1 tf fled House Ky A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities ol 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 seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 Sl Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear Sir I have used onn bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when 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 Respectfully 7jHii ly JOHN A RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For oxsTMPTioar Price 00OIUSA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if it falls Trial Bottles free J P H Crismon treasurer of Spottsylvania county Va is said to be short in his ac counts and missing The Americans won the rich Palma trophy in the rifle cor tests at Bisley England Great Britain was second and Canada third The Rich umoimil Carriage Works S Ito Midkiir Proprietor culls your at tention to his sprint stork of carrjallc surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stork or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Unnairilli repHintine of hiiLiritS wagons etc n sptininlty host work and lowest pi ices All rubber tires KUarmitewl for onejfar Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop James McNeil Whistler the famous painter and writer dropped dead in his stu dio in London Just Before Bedtime take a Little Early Riser it will euro constipation hilliousness and liver troubles De Witts Little Early Risers lire different from other pills They do not gripe and break down tIme mu cous membranes of the stomach liver and bowels but cure by gently arous ing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by EC Wines Another son has arrived at the home of ExPresident Cleveland I SALES eooo A DAY Yatches 1 This is the Jn ersoH Dollar Watch which sells at the lowest price carries the strong est garantee and has a larger sale than allot lier watches Perfect in accuracy size andstyle otherIngersolls at Jijo 175andaoo Sola dlcs every where or postpaid byuslorjioa Booklet Freo Robt II Ingersoll Bro Dept 351 MAIDEN NEW YORK Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers Eczema Carbun cles Etc Medicine Free It you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part nt the falllllgbHirskin itches and burns sure lips or gem eating festering sores sharp gnawiiii pains then you suffer from serious blood poison or the beginningsof dead ly cancer Tike Boanic Blood Balm It kills thu poison In the blood there by giving a healthy blood supply to the alftuted parts heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Botanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores CAr bmiclcs scrofula rheumatism catarrh etc Especially advised for all obstinate cases Improves the digestion DruggistsSIBalm sent tree and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in seated If tt r 1m MEATeMALT1THEIDEAt Theres Life aai S4reagtk laEvery Brey A sde tifk eAiaattea of the esseoUal ccaeOtmhg of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT LoalsrUle Kjr Janoaryxi igca MEAT IALT CO louiiraie Ky Gentlonen examined yoarMeatand Malt nreparalion aod heinz thonmshty acquainted with its composition and mode of imnniacture I can State that ills an efficient Demand blood tonic It aDdIsaUdueasesatikndedwithdebiliiy Vents truly KASTENBINE it D Looindle Culltgc of Pharmacy 17 a IIIw1C ARBUCKLE SIMMOFIS ++4CAIjI1AT + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation GenuIne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach which falls 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 stomachtrouble faurIDOIIthsKodol Digests What You Eat andrelieves the stomach ofall nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottleseoly 100 Size holding VA times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DWITT A CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas OneEye AtaTime 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 scien tific kill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s b Sa eatta St Rcmo ng T- HENewYork IS Clipper PaperinAll persons happenIngs AMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINCLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sale by all Newsdealers In all parts of the world SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW CLIPPERNew piiTobloodpure blood Tones and invignritrs the whole system 1m MilS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four rears I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to trYand he did so I began to in a davs and my rywas very rapid Within eighteen weeks I was another being wGItWL Mm Stowes letter shows woman how a home is saddened by completelyWine happileestodayand Cardimiw1NEic1IRDui ERBROS rp 4IL 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 need of any thing in the Hardware Line Tinwork and Repairing a specialty Let usGive you an estimate J on your work t Respectfully Yours Orand Opening f OF THE GLOBE STORE Will Be Held Saturday Aug 1- t 3 And in order to introduce our new and vast amount oi I of I STatle IaIXN 1 DO t Q SI- 53Vjta 5ksw- ewill Qffer during opening week our 10 and J 250 Suits at f 10 750 and 15 and 18 Suits at 1000 We will also offer 350 4 and 5 L Shoes At 300The very highest grade 3and 350 Ladies Shoes will go at 250 jfi of We will also carry a full and complete line of the very latest styles in Gents Famishing Goods which will also be sold at cut prices during the opening week f See Our Line of Latest Style Hats C Rosenstein Co 208 Main Street formerly occupied by John G Taylor Son IeIeIeIeIe l R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY fI MAIN ST PRODUCE Ftchangefor Groceries Everything sold at 4 LOWEST pe s- j j CALL AND SEE ME f3 R H HUMPHEYS Telephone 31 Et RED MENS Fair and Carnivalj Aug 3J aad SeptI t 2 5 1 1t4