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Digital page images are linked to the text file. flj3 RICHMOND CLIMAX J J iTOLTJME 3RICHMbND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1903 NUMBER 11 THEY GO I Every thing in Spring and Summer Goods atfthe Hustling Gash Store MUST GO Greatly Reduced Prices on all Summer Dress Gooo dash EmbroideriestLacesSlippers and Low Cuts Colothing Hats and in fact every thing is offered at prices so low as to surprise and please all An op portunity to secure bargains at your own pricewit Dont Miss It RoyaloapiCompanyquarter 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 ROYAL CUTICLE SOAPAnd will use no other j f fThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Royal 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 f J J LACKEYHAMilTON 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 Beadiugs 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 She trice gels Geo M Willging209 West Main Streeton utf r- V T FffflJRES UNSURPASSED aAtLhrEDl1 E1fERYBODY COMII1ICr i rt The Walters School RICHMOND KY J An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools The course of study is thorough If practical and comprehensive fits J JfordstIbusiness or professional schools tjr Methods comprise f re que n J written recitations attention toeach I- fJ boy individually afternoon session devoted entirely to study J Location and equipment are un C excelledFor v catalogue etc write tI Principaljct Piir II 4P I Announcements FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce P J PER ofMadisonDemocratic party CGRIOOSasCounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subjectVeare authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMORGANTAYLORcounty sublet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PAltltlSH candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party HKIas candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLANURcandidate totheFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN LLEEDSmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D B Councilmanfromof the Democratic party TWUsONtheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce JOE W WestIndcratic party FOR CONSTABLE- We are authorized to announce L M subjecttoWeare authorized to annonnce J L BAXTER actionBanner Attractions at Lexington Speaking of DeBaugh and his 20th Century Band which will be one of the banner at tractions of the Lexington Fair August 10 to 15 inclusive Amy Leslie in the Chicago Daily News writes Popu lar music tuneful and famil iar is gven with sincere ex cellence by DeBaughand enough finer and graver mel odies is mixed in with the restful simplicities beloved by the less exalted lovers of pretty tunes to make every program not only delightful but in a modest degree educational Suicide Prevented The fitartlh announcement that a preventive of suiciJle had been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invaribly precede suicide nnd something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes st icide likely At the firKt thought of self destruction take Electric Hitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great stomach liver and Kidney reg ulator Only 50c Satisfaction guar auteed by all dinnslsts ini John A Lee former Lieu tenant Governor of Missouri cleared the neat sum of 10 000 during the legislative session of 1801 according to state ments of Daniel J Kelly the ugalive boodler Letters alleged to have been written by Lee to Kelly will be present ed at the trials of the indicted State Senators at Jefier u Ctt1u1Ye A PERFECT TRIP Grand Army Headquarters Train to the Reunion at San Francisco Louisville Ky July 25 03 All nowabeen completed by W G Forcer Commander Grand Army of the Republic De partment of Kentucky for the most elaborate trip ever planned for the Kentucky Veterans and their friends to the 37th National Encampment which will be heldat San Francisco August 1724 1903 Through Pullman tourist sleepers will be operated from Louisville over the lines se lected as the Official Route on evening train of August 9th leaving Union depot at 835 p m via the popular Hender son Route to St Louis the Missouri Pacific railway to Puebloe thescenicRio Grande Lines to Ogden and the South ern Pacific railway to San Francisco and Los Angeles Arrangements have been made permitting those that go with the Headquarter train to spend one day in Denver one day in Colorado Springs one day in Salt Lake City and the schedule is so prepared as to permit a day light ride through the Rocky Mountains When Denver is reached the Seeing Denver carwill take the party through- all of the principal streets and in sight of all points of interest in this wonderful city After supper the summer gardens park and other places of highclass amuse ments can be visited and sleepers will be located con venient to the depot where they can be occupied for the nightThe dayb at Colorado Springs can be spent in sightseeing The princi pal points of interest at this place among which are Pikes Peak Manitou Grand Caverns Garden of the Gods Rainbow Falls Cave of the Winds Ute Pass and the Cog Road amply repay those taking the trip and are a revelation to those who have only read of these natural wonders They must be seen to realize their wonder ful beauty andmagnitude After leaving Colorado Springs the convenient sche dule allows a daylight ride to Glenwood Springs through the Heart of the Rockies One feature of this daylight ride through the moun tains that awes the beholders and one that will ever be re membered is the Royal Gorge that awful testimonial of na tures force the walls of which rise perpendicularly for over half a mile from the river bed The train will run very slowly through this gorge so that a good view of the entire eight miles may be secured Salt Lake City where a day will be spent is one of the most remarkable places in the world Here the Mormons erected a tabernacle with a seating capacity of 9000 persons also the grand Temple costing 4000000 Fourteen miles away is the Great Salt Lake the Dead Sea of America This great and mysterious inland sea has an area of 2500 square miles and is 4000 feet above the level of the sea Thous ands go there annually to bathe in its waters The day spent at this place will be one long remembered and never regrettedThe from Salt Lake City is through the Sates of Nevada and sunny California San Francisco being reached in the morning of Aug 16th Of San Francisco no words are sufficient in description nor will our space allow of more than a mere mention of a few of the delights of this wonderful and cosmopolitan city It has hotels of every description and restaurants of worldwide fameFrench Italian American and Orien talwith prices as various as theircharacteristics The Cliff House is worth a visit not only for the view of Seal Rocks and occasional visits of vagrant whales but for the excellent beach ass well t1wufQ for balingJRa hun I u Mothers4Lw WHIEfURSINO THATTIMESCOTTS EMULSION OUfPUES THE EXTRA STRENGTH AND HOUIilSHMEHT SO NECESSARY FOR AHOCHUai Send for tree sample SCOTT BOWNE JhcmUU YorlJv1ap 1IN L rious Sutro Baths are per haps more attractive Among numerous other attractions may be noted Chinatown the Army Post at the Presidio the United States Mint the Hopkins Museum of Art while near by are numerous and delightful resorts including the seaside city of Santa Cruz the fruit orchards of San Jose the garden city of the West Mt Hamilton where is located the wonder ful Lick Observatory and Mt Tamalpais from which may be seen spread at ones very feet the panorama of the Golden Gate There wilKundoubtedly be a great many people outside of the G A R who will be glad to avail themselves 6f this through tourist car serv ice and the very cheap rail road and sleeping car rates announced DeWitt is the Name When you RO to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of De Witts Witch Ha zel SaKe due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counter feits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by E C Wines New York Fashions The picturesque prevails inmillineryCostumes of cloth and hop sacking show stitched lines and broadstrappings Crepe de chine and other thin textured costumes are adorned with mortifs of lace Some embroidery trim mings shown at Lord and Taylors are works ofthe high est art in needlework Some combine several shades of one color for instance blue shading from pale sky or forget me not tint to royal- Whilesleeves tend to full ness this amplitude is re stricted wholly to the lower partRibbons have a representa tion in most every form of millinery They are some times arranged in a garland of stiff set loops around the crownSmart black coats to be worn over black or white skirts show lace inlets in medalion form Toques are small and nar row China silk waists are de liciously cool cooler than even the sheerest wash materials They are made with out linings with yokes form ed of insertion lace Vrl eneinnnes being the preferred variety Hair ornaments are much in evidence for evening wear A pretty fancy is a chaplet of wee pink roses with a cluster of drooping buds- Ornamental combs for the hair are highly ornate Those for back and sides are shaped to the head and in same in stances are thickly studded with jewels Three styles of hair dress ing are in fashion the high low and halfhigh The low style is adopted only by de butanties or very youthful married ladies The tendency of continental countries to favor industries and articles American has long since extended to corsets The U S Consul from Netfangham England says that American makes noticeable the R G have become so popular that the Frenchmakers whoso proud ly lid the lines in this respect for many years have now to get their patterns from the United States No one who ever once wears an R G is going to change her brand A chic outing hat is of stitched white pique draped with a white veil of chiffon hemstitched and dotted with with black velvetEVELYN CABLE Robert Yanceys firm was torn off while he was working q theher neaf oWAnton The Big Railroad Collision at Lexington Elks Fair Everybody is going to see the great headend collision at the Lexington Elks Fair on the afternoon of Wednesday August 12th The dates of the Fair this year are August 1035 inclusive A great program has been ar ranged DeBaughs 20th cen tury band of Chicago will play there will be running and trotting races every af ternoon the stock exhibition rings will be filled as they never have been before and there will pe all kinds of attractions to amuse the women and children One fare the round trip has been given by all railroads The Death Penalty- A little tiling sometimes results in death Titus a mere scratch Insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when burns sores ulcers and piles threaten Only 25c at all druu stores 1m Astock market picnic broke on Wall street Friday which recalled the famous Black Friday of Jay Gould New liW records were made in stocks and though the mar ket aallied somewhat at the close thereis still pretention of more serious impending trouble The failures of two prominent firms T J Tay lor Co and W L Stow Co wereannounced charge The failures are not beleived to reflict financial conditions but are said to be coincident with the present period of liquidation T J Taylor is closely associated with the interests of James R Keene The business portion of the village of Lynville Graves county was wiped out by fire nihht entailing losses aggre gating more than 12000 The fire is believed to have been the work of an incen diary and a thorough search is being made for the guilty person Fire at Cairo Hen derson county early Friday aggre1gatmg Pope Leos will written in his own hand was opened Thursday at a meeting of the cardinals All the property of which he was possessed is- is left to his successor for the benefit of the church His relatives and physicians are permitted to select presents from the valuables in the Pontifis apartment in the Vatican Puts an End to it All A grevous wailoftirnes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness backache liver complaint and constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c guaranteed by all druggists 1m The conferences of the American and Mexican Mon etary commissions with Ger man representatives came to a close in Berlin A uniform money system on fold basis with silver circulation is re comended for China The commissioners disclaim pro moting bimetallism The State Department now thinks that the report from Pekin that China refused to open Monchurian ports refers to negotiations under way sometime ago There is no doubt that China has promised to open two or more ports and the United States will in sist that these pledges be re deemed The Controler of the Treas ury has reserved the auditor of the war department who held that claims presented by Capt C C Calhoun on be aalf of the fourth Kentucky regiment were not barred by the period oflimitation Capt Calhoun will take the matter before the controler in anoth er form A limited passenger train on the Chicago Great West ern railroad collided with r fast freight at N asaty Minn Four persons were killed and twentyfive or thirty others sustained injuries In a fight on Hunting Creek in Breathitt County Alex Craft shot John Stidman in flicting probably fatalwound and was iu t101 II cut by tl I 000DO YOU KNOWoeo That The 6reatest Spring and Summer CLEARANCE SALE Ever Seen in Richmond is now in FULL BLAST at THE Bt SSEE GASH STORE 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 GoodsS00of All Kinds Summer Dress Goods white goods ladies fine shoes and slippers mens Low cut shoes Clothing Hats Parasols Notiens of all kinds Laces Hamburg and anything in the entire establishment partaining to summer and spru o merchandise has been unmercilessly slaughtered in this sale h Read our hand bills for prices or come and get them direct Nothingreserved Money savedon every purchase All new stuff and new styles Come at once and avoid the rush e e Very respectfully WD OLDHAMco BUSY BEE CASH STORE on DayUSeven MDHon boxes sold in past 12 months GREAT CLOTHING SALE 7T IZIII AT BID Louis and Gus Straus Lexington Ky Onethird Off On All Clothing This is the chance of your life to get good Clothing at Low Prices Mess tin n Suits Coat Pants and Vast Cents a Suit We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehair At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand cfWe are still in the ee s ess and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher W itt COIl Yard and Warehouse iPhoae 142 L N Depot J tQfl 11 This signature ill We Going to Offer 50fromCALIFORNIA J ocasion of National Encampment r oO Q A Ro I1t ira 1i K jLth every box 25c 99 are Tickets sale Aug t 14 Final Return Limit Oct 15 Stopovers Allowed Further information on request GEO H G P A Little Rock G D BACON D P A Cincinnati O 1 ttl m 1 t ue ciao Iwl tltumt1 Write for Msaodocnsple7i5iCahoeSta AMUICAM SEEING NACHIH r Cures in Two on For the on LEE Ark UITACNAalt Nett- rcnsge Grip Days to Kent cKV 1 Disk Drillnte- rchangeabJeDisRorShoe KY DISK FURROW OPENERS Make perlectseed bed Inure ewxUuuMl even in dry leuons The bearinff are par row Give gad clearance cant doe and are GRIT PROOF They are as simple as a scythe Laat as long as the disk KY SHOE FURROW OPENERS Due detachable heels to slIDes they are made ol forged atecf can bo detached in a ceeondjsimpgrtantasa- i air Iow tQ rc irr1tPaKYait1 UXI y Io M p t UO2 B 4 U and Gents BUYShoes e vs f CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky 1 he Richmond Climax J C CITENAULTPre1dentU 78LLEaEdltor Manager J 0WEDNESDAY OKLI3HKI IVEKY WKI NICS1IAV HI The Climax Printing Co Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON ABLTH8 ATTORNEY LION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to announce WILLIAM I YltEE as a candidate for Councilman from Kast End ward subject to the action of thi Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALEX M AUPIN as a oindidtite for Councilman from Lt End ward subject to the uctlon of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce AN8IL D MILLER as a candMate for Councilman from Wet End ward subject to the action of the Uomocratic party TilE papers all over the state seem to bo puzzled as to what Editor J M AHeii of the Cynthiana Democrat IIi ant when he published an account of an Indiana Editors wife attacking hi pretty stenographer and iurowiojr ur through a stuined gfiTss window a t tiuj Hhank goprj i here are some siieckivhitws wife We would liki to in form our brotherstbarEditor A lr u enjoys the reveries of a bachelor t tile fullest extent and no matter hiw many preity stenographers he imuld have there would be no wifely iiiterference and no broken windows ai ins Kalicteui 4Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against till estate of J B Kimisni deceased ar requested to file came properly verified as required bv law on or before September 1 or same will be barred Ail uorsoiiB knowing themselves indebt ed to this estate are requvKted to calla settle Sanford Oldham Aug 11903 4t Adtnr LI F1BroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY Are You- Building OR Remodeling If so we want to cull your attention to our Mantel Department A plain statement of facts WE show 65 styles of Wood Mantels WK otTer you 45 colors of Tiling for selection WE handle all of the best makes and finishes In grates W E adopt every precaution to insure perfect workmansliip WK give you our absolute personal guarantee with every purchase W B employ an expert Tile Setter We will sell you Mantels us low as any body any where We will not be undersold CFBrawero rMIN Arifl LtODWA1- lP X1rJTU1lV 1 Call For Primary At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky liHld at the City Hull in said o itS cm JEllS 80th 1903at 2 clock PM persuaiit to call and a quorum bRing presnut it IS ordered by said Coimmttae 1st Thit a primary el ction be held and for said City of Rich tutitidon the 17th day of Septem her 1903 for the purpose of nom inating cuiuudrttesV to represent the Democratic party to He voted for at the regular November election 1903 as follows viz A candidate for the office of Justice of the Pence for the City of Kirlimond magisterial district ot Madison county to fill put an unexpired term- ctndidateA for the office of Constable of the City ot Richmond magixtHriil district of Madison Iiunty to fill out an unexpired termCandidates for the office of Coucilman tor the City of Rich mond two from each of the three bounderie respHCtively as set out in the ByLaws and Ordinances of said City being six candidates for Councilman in all 2nd Taut polls b opened in eachof the tour voting precincts in said Cityas defined by law and at the regular and customary itlucea in said precinct Said polls shall be opened at 6 oclock A M andclosed at 4 oclock P 11 3rd Any person desiring to be cunie a candidate to be voted for at said primarvxlection tor any of the yg o set out snail on or before 12 oclock noon September 3rd 1903 deposit with W R ShackHlford the sum of FIVI dollars 5 00 which shall be deemed legal notice of said per sons candidacy 4th All persons known to be Democrats and who affiliate with the Democratic partyheing quali tied voters of the City of Rich mond andall young men who hay attained thtir majority since the lust regular registration or who will become qualified yotera in said City of Richmond prior to the November election 1903 who declare their intention of ti dilu t1l1gwith the Democratic party shall be deemed qualified to vote at said primary election- V IL SHACKELFPRD Chr Dim City Comtee IRVINE Miss Wieland of Toronto Canada is the rust of her sister Mrs W A LittleMrs Robert Uerem n is entertain jag her mother Mrs I F West ol Frankfurt Miss Jean Shelby of Danville is the guest of Mrs Hugh Itiddell M las Mary Millard and Masters Joe and David Millurd of Lexington are spending the summer with their grand parents Mr and Mrs David Bergman Miss Margaret Clark of Louisville is with her sister Mrs Thomas Williams Misses Lora and Belle Marlowe and Miss Stella Ashcraft left Monday to visit Miss Sallie Wilson on Station Uainp Miss Julia Cockrill of Rice Station was in Urtvn last week Mrs O L Tacgart andchildren are visiting her mother at Bristol Tonn Mrs Chad Chess entertained a few friends on Tuesday alternoon from five wereMlsdaml8Robert Bergman Thos Williams I F West Hrvey McDowell William Lit tIe Misses Kittherine Park Bessie and Aniie Riddell Clark Shelby and Weiland Mrs Ida Park Durham of Texas is the guest of her parents Judge and Mrs Park The Methodists are holding a meeting in the old Seminary yard expectedhereFannie l1rielldIBy local applications as they cannot earThereremediesleafiiessdition of the mucous lining of the luamedyouimperfect hearing and when it in en tirely closed deafness fhe result and unless the infianimation can bn taken out and this tube restored to Its nor destroyedothingImtmuw orvics DollarsfoiHallsOitfr1V 4 Co1ql WtUl hold t1tilt 760 FaIDIY rlllH ar ji i v i US RELIGIOUS The park Hill Camp melting will be gid on August 7th with Dr V1 Boi ling Presiding Rev G W Shepherd of Cleveland Tenn will begin a protracted meeting at Newby next Sunday MATRIMONIALYtTas D Berryumn and Mr Owen S Yates were married in Louisville by Magis trate Keyer The bride is a successful school teacher of this county while the groom is a prosperous farmer PICKETTLLOYD Miss Laura L Lloyd 01 Mason county and Mr Charles O Pickett of Omaha Ne ptelublrIIt111attended Madison Institute a number of years ago and is a sister to Mis AUce Lloyd who was principal of the above named school for several years KiNXAitDBuKDETT Mr Jesse Kiu hard son of exPolice Judge H C Cimmrd and Miss Lotta Uurdett boil of Berea were united in marringe at the Methodist Church College Hill Thursday Rev Sturgill officiating Mr Kinnard is a traveling salesman accomptistiedaughter CLIMAX joins a host of friends in ex tending congratulations HCNTCROWE The marriage of Prof 1 C Hunt and Miss Lucy Crow will be solemnized tonight at the home of the brides mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe on Oak street The ceremony will be said by Rev William Crowe of Frankfort and Dr William H Dodge of this city in the presence of only the immediate families Never did a com 31uctautICrowe She is a general favorite with old and young alike Her bright satiny nature endears her to all and sIte will be missed by a large circle ot friends and admirers Especially will her church miss her she is one of the strongest worlfen and the choir singersrhehe taught two years ago in Walters Institute He is a native of Virginia and a typical Southern gentleman He is at present conducting a flourishing hereProfHuntcongratulate him upon having won so excellent a lady for his life companion Proftssor and Mrs Hunt will take a short wedding trip after which they will be at home in Shelbyvillo where they will be a valuable addition to the social religious and educational features of that city The very best wishes of hosts of friends follow then and the CLIMAX joins in with heartiest congratulations willbeMiss Della Pigg to Mr John Lancaster both of Lexington The young people have been sweethearts for quite a while but their marriage came as a surprise to their families so well did they guard their secret They were married on last Monday in George town at the home of one of the minis ceremonythewhere they spent a few days before re turning to Lexington The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr Henry Pigg parentstractive brunette and is a talented mu sician having won for herself quite a reputation as such in Lexington and surrounding towns She has been for teachersinsic Mr Lancaster is one of Lexing tons most promising yonntf business JohnlIInextendsheartytAr and his bride and wishes them aU the happiness possible in this life DEATH RICHMOND Mr John B Richmond died at Ewing Virginia on last Fri day of typhoid lever Mr Richmond leaves a young wile who was formerly Miss Annie Bales daughter of1r countyIndeepest sympathy of ninny friends SMITH Yesterday morning about nine oclock the soul of Mr William Smith winged Its flight back to its Ma ker Deceased would have been eighth years old bad he lived until t twenty fourth of this month His jeath was not unexpected as tie had bepn in very feeble health fora long time not even being able for months pait to leave his room In his death Richmond loses one of her oldest and rabst respec memIsquarely and honestly with all meu This afternoon at two oclock his inter ment will take place in JUie Richmond cemetery Thre will be elicit services at the grave conducted by Rev Augustus Smith of the EptscopM ctiurcli WiJIinntSmIththeir venerable father and irijthelr be reavement they have the deep sympathy of all l GiU 1 r JJm1fII1ft1 McCREARY Off POLITICS Says Kentucky Will Gbe Big Majority to Demo cratscWashington PostdFor years lou James B EcCreary IonIpresent thStatewisest and most conservative of the leaders of the Democratic party AwPost reporter meeting the Senator at the New Willard yesterday after his arrival in Washington solicited from him an expression of his views both as to the situation in his own Common wealth and in the nation In response to this request Mr McCreary said Democrats in Kentucky are satis fledwith the Republican ticket recent ly nominated at the Louisville conven tion It is believed by well informed men that the ticket is not strong or popular The Republican candidate for governor Col Morris Belknap is a nice polished gentleman but he is not in touch with the people and nev er aspired before to be a Republican leader He never made a speech in political campaign and was never ele vated to any office by the people SETBACK TO OLD LEADERS The old Republican leaders ex Prattnndlug the flag of their party for a quarter of a century and the first two of whom held two of the highest offices in Ken tucky were slapped in the face at the Republican State convention and sent to the rear Pratt and Wilson were openly candidates for the nomination for governor and Bradley was voted for but Belknap received twice as many votes as all of them together and was nominated on the first ballot The methods by which the dele gates to the convention were selected were severely criticised by Bradley Pratt and Wilson in their speeches but this made no difference Bradley received the ovation Belknap the nom ination and the Republican party the cold bath The outlook indicates that Col Belknap will be permitted to con tinue to look after his hardware store in Louisville and not be required to go into training for the responsible and important duties of chief executive Time Democrats of Kentucky will elect their whole State ticket by rot less than 20000 majority A meeting of the State central committee and of prominent Democrats from various parts of the State was held a few days ago and a campaign committee was selected TilE NATIONAL OUTLOOK What are the Democrats of Ken tucky saying about the Presidential contest of 1904 Time Democrats of Kentucky are beginning to discuss both the platform and the candidates of the next Presi dential campaign They know that for a period of sixty years beginning with Thomas Jefferson in 1S01 out of fifteen administrations there were only two which were not Democratic Six ol these Presidential terms were filled by Jefferson Madison and Monroe the three founders of Democracy During these sixty years our Republic moved forward in the path ot progress and prosperity and laid the foundation of the wonderful success the matchless development the unsurpassed wealth the unequaled achievements in every line of business and in every field of greatness that has made ic a world power respected and admired by all the nations of this earth The Democratic party won itt victories covering nearly threefourths of the lastcentury on the conservative policies set forth in the cardinal prim ciples of the Democratic party as enunciated bv Jefferson and upheld by Madison Monroe and Jackson and the people were filled with the conviction that a Democratic administration means strict adherence to the Constitution honesty and economy in the public expenditures just taxation equal rights to all and special privi leges to none TIME HONORED POLICIES OF TIlE PAST- a Democrats should reaffirm the time honored policies of the past which the people loved and under which Democrats were victorious and gave to our country progress and prosperity for so many years The main question in the next cam paign will be tariff reform destruction of trusts honest ecomical government speedy and effective investigation and prompt punishment of corruptness in office The ratification of the Cuban reci procity treaty at the extraordinary session with an amendment proposed by the Democrats providing it should not take effect until approved by the House will cause a great and interest- Ing discussion of the tariff It has been announced by Senators who are intimate friends of the Presiden that Congress will be called in extra session early in November and thi will help to prclpitate a great tariff de bateSenator Arthur Pue Gorman and Judge Alton B Parker are the Democrats most spoken of in Kentucky for the nomination for President and Gorman seems to be the favorite COLLEGE LULL Rev J L Stllr ill preached to a large crowd here on last Sunday Prof J H Wilson who has been at tending school in Lexington has re turned home Jima is a fine fellow and- Y gladly welcome him back Mr J H Willnughby of Cincinnati i1shortly g Health Miss Nannie Norris is visiting in Jessamine county this week Pennsylvaniais Mn Ed Tudorof Ford visited friends here Sunday Prof J A Winston has been selected Drippingspringsschools in Eetill county Miss Jennie Johnson a teacher in spendinghervacatioti Work on the government building at Flint Rock lies been begun The big saw mill at Flint Rock is now in operation and is doing splendid work Mr Henry Pearson is suffering from a bone felon Sam Willougbby our noted horse man attended Winchester court last Monday Meat and Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed by leading Plfyijicians and Chemists everywhere aaa safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Mn6cleJs inyigoratng and appetizing Has no equal as Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Robt J Fri hcor 7ih and Main Sta or LOn S Abraham cor tat mid firqad way Louisville Kyf and Qurt Louis vilj hg gpnt to you ex fW fMIF t 0 Sunday Schools of Bullion toanty EDITOR OF THE CLIMAX The Sunday schools of Madison of all denominations or of no denomination organized into a county association held the annual conven- esti at Kirksvllle Saturday last The attendance was good the weather fine e dinner abundant and the exercises The county officers elected to serve during the calendar year 1004 ereas follows President W L Crutcher Richmond VicePresident C R Boucher Richmond Secretary and Treasurer Miss Bettie Breck Richmond The present officers are to continue until January as follows President L V Dodge Berea Vice President V H Hobsou Richmond Secretary anti Treasurer E Deather age Richmond The following have been elected as officers for the several magisterial dis tricts to servo until the time of holding conventions in 194 RICHMOND President It S Hutcheson Vice President C R Boucher Secretary G P Grinstead FOXTOWN President John W Shearer Vice President Gordon Burgin Secretary Shelby Masters UNION President John L Griggs Vice President Charles L Tiptou Secretary E P Bentou ELUSTON President Geo W Tribble Vice President Dillard Fielder Secretary N C Bonny YATES President J L t Carpenter Vice President G A Coker Secretary Miss M Adelia Fox GLADE President E W Baker Vice Pres Blevins P Allen Secretary Miss Car rie D Woods KIRKSvi LLE President James Dawson Vice Pres- Ident Reuben Baker Secretary Mrs Win Arhnckle IMILLION President C F Brock Vice Freed dent J W Prather Secretary Wm JenkinsThe three general officers for the county together with the Presidents of the several magisterial districts con stitute the Executive Committee for the county Madison has fulfilled most of the conditions for remaining in the column of banner counties for time current year It is however nec essary that a few lacking reports ol schools be secured Let all schools that have not yet reported send to their district Secretary 01 to Mr E Deatherage of Richmond the name and address of superintendent num ber of officers and teachers total en rollment average attendance number of months in session and other facts of nterest A contribution to the State work is also solicited Let us see to it that old Madison remains in the front rank and that the officers for 1004 are loyalty supported There should be a large delegation at the great State convention Lex- Ington August 18 19 and 20 One fare plus 25 cents pays lor the round trip Entertainment free upon paying one dollar Send name and address to 0 E Hannah Lexington Schools en titled to one delegate for every 100 members or fraction thereof Secure credentials from Mr E Deatherage or time undersigned All ordaIned ministers entitled to admission Credentials necessary get them soon L V DODGE County President Berea Aug 1 1003 KINGSTON Mr J IL Boatman of Richmond spent Sunday with friends here Mr C W Baldwin of Harrodsburg MuimdayittMrs E H Leitzbach of Humbolt Kansas is the guest of Mrs Jell Cox Mrs L J Fazee of Lexington IB the guest of Mrs R W Boulware at this place The protracted meeting at the Bab that church is progressing nicely There have been several additions Quite an apreciative audience listened to the solo by Mrs Leitzbacbof Kansas who is a visitor here She is a talent ed musician and posseses a magnificent playedberCounty Court The most important business in the Madison county court Monday was the reading of the will of the late Gas sins Marcellus Clay Seven different instruments weie produced all of which were conflicting As it was stated on authority that there were yet tour others which were not pro duced in court a motion was made to postpone further action until Monday September 7 Time documents all have different dates with the signatures of different witnesses time dates ranging from May 1895 to March 1903 One document under the date of Novem her 20 1902 was written inGen Clays own baud bequeathing his home White Hall together with 365 acres of land to the United States government Vas a public park forever upon such regulations as Congress may make The will of Mrs Anne W Walters was offered and probated MM Valters after certain specific devises 10 her brothers sister nephews and neicen and a gift of 2000 for a manse for the First Presbyterian church of this city divides her estate between Mrs W U Letcher and the daughters and grand daughteis of Mrs Letcher Time will of Peter Gentry gives all his property to his wife The will of J Mac Cotton devises all his property to life wife with contingent remainder over to his nephews and neices The will of Eliza Dune ton devises her property to her relatives The will of Lucy ornelisou disposes oilier property to her sons Arch and Charles A Brave Sheriffs Daogfeter At Columbia S C July 7 a mob intent on lynching Seaborn Moore whit was foiled by Miss Mary Creech eighteen years old daughter of the sheriff He had left Barnwell leaving thektys with his daughter the only adult in his house Late in the night there Wds a knoclr on the door Mi56 Creech opened it and WM confronted by a body of masked men Thespok s man demanded limit keys of the jilsaying they haG come for Moore The girl replied hat she would get them from her fathers room She disap peared for a moment audi returned with a repeating rifle to her shoulder and finger on the trigger In the bjfflrt JPponHjjht the men wars good LaI t oritht i One Place on Earth too Hot for a Negro At Linton Ind in 1896 a coal com pany imported 200 negroes to take the places 01 btnkers In one of the mines there The negroes organized a company and drilled with rifles on the streets One of them shot a white boy and the entire white population aroused at midnight by fire bell raid ed the nagro quarters and drove every one of thorn from the city Several of them were shot Since that time not a negro has been allowed to live in the town On July 6 Alex Sanderson a Terre Haute caterer was employed to eerve the banquet at the institution of a new lodge of the Elks He took his cook anti waiters with him and while the lodge work in the hall was going on several hundred miners assembled In the street and threatened to dyna mite the hall unless the negroes were sent out of town They were hurried into a cab antI driven to Jasonville where they were put on the train for Terre Haute Six policemen hung on the carriage and beat back the crowd while the negroes were driven out of townAnd that was in the North where the people love the negro nit RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them HALF RATES TO Baltimore MarylandV- IA 6 SAJD ACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge LOOFTickets September 18 19 and 20 Good returning to September 28 with privilege of extension to October 3 1903 Vestibuled Trains Daily 3Solid Coaches Dining Cars Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation Cars STOPOVERS AT Washington D C Deer Park Mt Lake Park and Oakland Md For rates time of trains sleeping car Reservations etc call on your nearest Ticket Agent or address 0 P MCCARTY G p A Cincinnati Ohio To Atlantic City Without Change Via the S- cenicQO Through Washington and Philadelphia with stopover privilege tLUlllUK Special train will leave LEXINGTON ll40a m- Thursday August 13 Round Trip Rate 14 Tickets Good Twelve Days The best Route and the best time to see Atlantic City at its height Through Pullman Sleepers from Lex ington to Atlantic City For fnither information and descriptive circulars addressGEO W BARNEY DP Lexington Ky JOHN D POTTS A G P At- CincinnatiO For SaleProperty advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1 No2 No3 Nb4 No5 No6No7 No8 No9No NonNo No 13 No 14 No 15 NolB No 17 Ns 18 No 19 No 20 Mr 21 122 Ki23 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet tinall barn Price 1000 J50U leu than original cost A twodory frame residence on one of thenloest resident streets In Richmond lisa all necessary outbuild- Ings A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Mala street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residence wilt be sold at a bargain A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in rood re pair Price 00- 0SlZOwilltaya good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price 150 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Goo residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other Im provementiIn tine locality Price srsoo Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 300 Handome twostory residence in best part of Richmond large lot and all neceAsary out build ngs A bar gain at Nice residence containing seven ctiyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 1000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap InMadisonoutbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A fourjoom cottage and seven acres twoInarbor nil necessary ont bnildlngx Bthrivingand scheol are convenient Price500 inlUchumond cityLotA twostory residence in good feetAllnecessury 2xt desirIngconstructed buildln In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood streetoonllnlng VorcbasellDalntresilienceAn Ideal cottage of five roome necearynumbulldlngsimicmuding ilmO Will Nell paltresidence contaililmigreMide005portionIlId llGtkK ascwMy JmfW l= ffQM For Ten Days Only For Ten Days wc will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below t 8 13c Laws at 5cflOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at lSc 18c Lawns 15c I 75c Gowns for 69c I 99c 89c Ladies Corset 75ch If6geSkirts Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 11 inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at each Ladies Black and WhiteStriped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 10 inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 Ladles Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats t High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with J2 narrow ruffles at 199 each tJ Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days andpurchase some bargains Respectfully Yours EL OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY I Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Batik Trust Company or by writing T D OIIEXAULT Telephone 89ring mL18 tf Terrill ivy The Miller Range people tell us If customer telephones us they Jo not like the Miller Range for us to send wagon for it and refund time money for they are guaranteed from end to end If B Shnckelford Co Money to Loan lean get you monev at per cent In terest oil long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W K LETCHER IB apr 15 Gmo Richmond Ky The Best System of Heating- a Residence We will call and see you if you want PlumbingOr Address RICHMOND KY or Third floor of Post Off- iceLEXINGTON Plumbing Co a 25c Covers for lOc 39e 29c 49c 39c 75c for 69c 99c 89c 99c Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of J jf Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dont forget to see that swell line oft wall paper shown by Perry Thomas Call us up bv phone or drop us note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buy inc Richmond Carriage Works tf a 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 McKEd July 15 4t Administrator thebestthe market The Miller You will find useInD B Hhackelford Co t 4 l I r 4 a a 5 If If of fc a it J OLD JOE WHISKY Handmade Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It U of old sty Ie manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the heat Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs lOOper gallon 10 bottles S5 5II jugs 250II5 IIottll8 3 2II jugs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novlyr Anderson county For upholstering and repairing U M Coyle two doors East Grand Opera House Richmond Ky tf C M Covle Richmond Ky makes your old furniture look like new All work guaranteed Lowest cash prices 8tf THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE to WILL COMMENCE t SATURDAY A va 1stand continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month The Selling will be Positively Sensational The Buying Chances are Unparalleled fewyearshvesuffereddetermined to are accumpushstylish seasonable merchandise on Nearly iP12000 Worthof Goodse tJr t t ToBe Sold This splendid stock of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets Oil Cloths r Millinery Trunks Dress etc will be sold REGARDLESS OF COST VALUEas we want to move in our new store with a new stock So we are determined 3a close out this stock Jt j This stock consists of the seasons best styles and the valuesareit will pay one to buy for future use Remembertheoldaageabouttherlybjrd Nearly 5000 Stock A lfcpectfully Submitted to the GtM1 Tradq4 J n I Kv see In ropositionwomanmtmid Vlflrer Jt 6 We Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of and Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getourme thelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction ee aTTa e DT S ePHONE 99 rQ Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 5 1903 ++ +44 + +++++ iJob PrintingI- s i Is like everything elseyou + want the best TUB CLIMAX has new and uptodate faces of type and carries only the + nicest grades of stationery You will be pleased with our 2 work Try us Croup instantly relieved Dr Thorn as Eclectric Oil Perfectly safe never fails At any drug store 1m A thief burglarized the Campbell county pest house for small pox patients and carried otf twelve blankets D B Shackelford Co have con tracted with the Miller R F Co for the tale of their llanges in Madison countytfWhile plowing on the Owens farm in Mason county last week Henry Eu banks found 40000 in golJand silver under an old stump Mr R E L BiggerstatI has ac cepted a position with Utseusteiii at the new Globt store where he will be glad to see his many friends The old Main street Christian church one of Lexingtons landmarks is being torn down and a handsome business house will he erected 350 bushels Seed Wheat for sale at 100 per bushel Sample at Farmers Natl Bank W B JONES CaUSt Paint Lick Ky The diagrams for the C 0 Ex cursion to Atlantie City on August 13 are now open and all persons desiring sleeping car reservations will please notify Mr G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky at an early date 2t Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head and active brain a strong vigorous body makes him fit fur the battle of life 1m Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coining season We make 4 spccalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the best workmen Call andree us before truing elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a con lute line of upto date station wagons bnpgins meta bouts etc Uicliiiinnil Carriage Works tf S MIUKIFF Prop The following low round trip rates in effect on L N from Richmond San Francisco and return f55 75 July 31st to August 13Mi limited to October 15th acct G A It Atlantic City and return 1745 July 30th August Cth and 13h limited 12 days from datr of sale Niagara Halls and return 1045 Aug 4011 und 14th limited 12 ilavx from Jute of sale tincinuatiaed return 8150 August 9th itul 23rd limited to date of sale said goal only on special train leaving Richmond 630 aone returning Fourth street dept 800 p m J W Hamilton Agent rlliev In a runaway on the Lexington pike last Saturday afternoon Mr L Morton Scrivner was thrown from his buggy and painfully bruised Tire story is told of a man who was riding on a train and pretended to be come ill after eating a sandwich The man opened hits grip and took out a hotwaterbag He got a sympathetic boilingluncheon basket took out u piece of fried steak and warned it upon the water bag Ten after he had warmed the steak he cut it all up with a pair of scissors and fed it to hinwlt with a pair of sugar tongs because be would not take a chance with a fork going around a curve After he had eaten the steak he unscrewed the stopper of the water bag and poured himself out a cup of coffee He had the grounds in the hug all the time tor Dale Dandy store and stand in country Address Drummer McKinney Ky Qly Primary The various candidates for city offices met last Thursday for the purpose of setting a date and making other ar rangements for the Democratic primary It was decided to hold the election on September 17- Dora Brock Retains Counsel Dora Brock Clay divorced wife of the late Gen Cassius M Clay has retained James Andrew Scott to bring suit against the Indiana Railroad Cons pang for 25000 damages for the kill ing of her husband Riley Brock also to represent her interests under Gen Clays will Announces tor Council In todays CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr Alex Maupin for councilman from East End ward subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected Mr Maupin will discharge the duties of the office with credit to all concerned He solicits the vote of every Democrat in Rich mond Residence foi Tile A nice residence on High street con taining eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For particulars call on or address either of the undersigned MRS CINDA KAnE W H DOUGLAS jul 294t Richmond Ky Birth Announcements A correspondent of the Frenchburg News announces Iu the following style Judging fromthe number of twit babies that have arrived in this neighbor hood within the past two weeks hard times is going to come a knock in at the doors of Felix King Jerry Pace A J Nappier Muses Renfro and Mike Ellis who are the fathers of the twin babies Accidentally Shot Night Policeman Martin Gentry was accidentally shot Monday morning by John Hurst Mr Gentry who went out to meet the six oclock train from Stanford walked into the Central Hotel just as Mr Hurst was in the act of removing a revolver from one shelf to another In some way the pistol was discharged the bullet entering Mr Gentrys arm just above the elbow The wound while painful is not of a serious nature and will not cause Mr Gentry much discomfort Across the River Mr Fred L Grinstead formerly the popular express agent at this place but lately of Danville has been appointed successor to Mr J1 Bonner at Portsmouth Ohio He began his new duties last week and will remain at Portsmouth until Mr ilonner has fully regained his health In a letter Irons Mr Grinstead he asked teat the CLIMAX be sent to him at that place and insisted that we call on liar when in that section of the country saying the same Kentucky hospitality will be extended to you when on this side of the river Hosts of friends here are always glad of any news from the above named gentleman who while here won the esteem and admiration of all We trust he will not get so far away that he can not cross back into Kentucky and Richmond where he alwavawnlcoiue i IE Oeatherage Co L L Elmer Deatherage is the man who sells all kinds of j SEEDS AND GRAIN t Andnow it is preserving time and he has plenty of j Masons Selfsealer tJars 1 y Besides these he handles all kinds of GroceriesCanned Land Green Goods Fruits Candies and good old 1 V Country Hams tand Side Meat Give him a call Telephone 35 11 1- I r J f- J EDetheragojae V sf t q Wif 3 HOT rEATHER COMPORT FOR MEN S Cool Suits Linenette Linen Flannel WoolCrash and Homespun 150 1250 gentelooking el Also lots of good things at 300 500 and 700 And a splendid collection ofwool crash suits perfect fittingr at 800 1000 and 1250 Light eoats Serges Lusters Alpacas Cheviots 100 to 500Special values in all sizest regulars extras and longs Tow Linen Pants Just the thing for this weather every pair guaranteed not to rip comfortable and good Try them 100 150 When the Cook Leaves its mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match one Turnofa Valvea- nd your fire is started with the striking of a match All expense is as easily stopped when done cooking and the kitchen remains cool and comfortable for tile finishing up With Gas Fuelthere is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitch- enWould You Like To Know About Gas- RICHMOND Water L ig h t COMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges BIRTHSRE- EVESNews l has been received here by relatives ot the birth of a daughter to Rev Ashford Reeves and wife of Athens Ga Mr Reeves is an old Richmond boy and this news will be a pleasant surprise to his friends here Announces Mr Will Bybee has announced him self as a candidate for the office of Councilman from the East End Ward Mr Bybee has had some experience in this line ae he has been filling out his fathers unexpired term He wishes the voters of Richmond to consider his claim and will greatly appreciate their support New Teacher Mr James T Barrett principal of Walters Collegiato Institute has en gaged the services of Mr W L Talley of Murfreesboro Tenn Mr Talley comes highly recommended He is a graduate of Belle Buckle school and of Princeton University He is a most excellent instructor and is highly in dorsed by Princeton Prof Hutcheson will be retained at the Institute It is Prof Barretts intentions to make this one ot the best preparatory schools foi boys in the State Two Uptodate ulils The Owingsville Messenger I says that two young ladies near that town each raise evejyyear a good crop of tobacco and cither salaole farm products These crops are Ihe average size that men raise aid these young women do all the work from planting the seed to loading the crops on the wagon for market These young women do not have to do this work as they could live comfortably home without Ittfhey do the work for the pleasure of having a bank account and the glorious privi lege of being independent To the Democrats of Madison County In this issue of the CLIMAX my an nouncement for Jailer of Madison county appears I appeal to the Dem ocrats of this 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 sent by my party to other counties in State and district elections quietly doing what I was sent to do resulting in good for the party which i love and if I should be defeated I will still be subject to my partys call tam feeling jjood over my prospects for elpption There is no clique or clan running nip I am running my own race only Other good Democrats are my eonpetitors lint I apj thn oldest man on the track and none wond appreciate the nomination more than your IhByf grvant tt = KiHm t to A Letter From Rev S W Crutcher Recently we received a letter from Rev S W Crutcher of Lamar Mist sours ordering the CLIMAX to he con tinued and enclosing a check for the same Mr Crutcher stated that the Protestant churches of his town were holding union services on the public square and that on the Sunday evening previous he preached to one thousand people Hs also stated that all crops except hay are very light Mr Crutcher mentioned that Judge Hag COLIandTo The Voters of Richmond It is the pleasure of the editor of the CLIMAX to announce in this issue his candidacy for Councilman from Court House Ward subject to the action of the Democratic party If by the action of the above party I am selected to represent the citizens from my ward in the next Council I promise 10 faith fully discharge the duties that may come before me If elected no matter what question may come before the Council for consideration I shall re member that the voters and taxpayers of Richmond intrusted me with their interests and shall always work for and cast my vote as a representative of this people I am making the race for this important office solely on the earn est solicitation of my friends and with the desire to be truly a servant of the citizens of Richmond I cordially solicit and will appreciate the vote of every Democrat in the city respectfullyANSIL JI t No need to swelter in heaetclothes when cool comfortable apparel can be found here in such great variety At Such Small aces6r Theres real economy in putting aside your heavier clothes for these lowpriced hotweather things to say nothing of the comfort gained Come and see NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Just received fine line of midsummer styles the very latest J Far and away the largest stock in Richmond to select from = Guv 51 een one s letae = Low Gut Shoes m Reduced Prices Not a pair shall be carried over if low prices will move them Hanans cut from 500 to 395 WalkOvers from 400 to 315 and other brands likewise First choosers get the A Lexington Murder Oharleton Hulett a contractor of Lexington employed Jas C Cooper as a hod carrier Nothing was said in regard to the wages and after work ing a few days Cooper naked for money with which to pay his board In settling Hulett only allowed Cooper fifty cents per day for his services while the latter claimed one dollar This Hulett refused and after a quarrel Cooper left he returned in a few minutes and shot Hulett to death Cooper was arrested and lodged in jail Will Move Mr E V Elder time popular Main treat merchant will on September first move his stock of dry goods no tions and millinery to Joes old Stand across the street from his present quarters The house will be remod eled and will be made one of the hand somest business rooms in the city Mr Elder has by his square and honest dealings and polite attentions made many friends since his removal to this place who wish him much suc cess and an ever increasing business Higher frices For Tobacco An exchange says Ohio and Ken tucky tobacco growers expect to get high prices this season because of the indicated shortage in the Southern crop Official announcement has been made that the high prices for cotton have resulted in a decrease in the to bacco acreage and a corresponding in crease in the cotton area Southern advices are to the effect that the profit in cotton is so large under prevailing conditions that tobacco growing will be abandoned in many sections this year Under the circumstances many of the leaders in the trade look for high prices tilts year especially since the weather in some important areas of the tobacco belt has been bad thus far A Great Success The most successful Institute ever held in Madison county was brought to a close last Friday at noon The at tendance was more regular and more interest manifested by the teachers than was ever seen before A very remarkable feature was that not a teacher during the entire week was heard to say Please excuse me All teachers when called upon made splendid talks or read a most excellent paper Madison county never had a more competent and efficient corps of teachers than now and Supt Wagers deserves agreat deal of credit for hav inir brought the teaching profession up to its present standard Dr R N Roark who had charge of the Institute is one of the oldest Institute Instructors in the State and gave a most excellent lecture on Wednesday evening on the subject The Man and the Woman Resolutions adopted by the Institute will he published in our next issue Grand Clearance Too Many We will sell from our entire stock during theI month of August fl fl Dry Goods Notions Millinery Cut Glass BricaBracr ChinaiEtc at Strictly Cost Price for Cash Only A grand opportunity to buy goods at wholesale prices This sale is genuine no advertising schemed Come see us and be 6W TViN1t To Keep riles from Stock In two quarts of boiling water dis solve one quarter pound of common hard soap add one pint of coal nil churn together till well mixed and then dilute with three quarts of water and one quart of fish oil If a large quantity be made maintain these pro potions This emulsion applied every other day to stock will keep the flies awayEx- At the Mode Yards Madison County Stock Yards report ed about 5d cattle and 3000 sheep on the court day market with prices rang Ewcsibrought Norris Bros report about same num ber of Cattle and sheep with prices the same as prevailed at the Madison Stack Yards Both yards sold o- utPERSONAL Dr and Mrs J M Poyntz are in Mt Sterling Mrs Henry James is visiting her parents in Carlisle Mrs B L Middelton is visting her parents in Shelbyville Miss Kate Smith left yesterday for a visit to relatives in Missouri Miss Mary Scott is the guest of Miss Myra Walker at Flemingsburg- Miss Marian Burnam is visiting Miss Josephine Logan in Shelbyville- Mr Everett Green is able to be up after a six weeks siege of fever Mrs H C Jasper and children are visiting relatives in Boone county Mrs Walter Azblll and children are visiting relatives in Boyle county Miss Addle Johnston of College Hill is the guest of Mrs W L Leeds Mrs Neville Moberly is visiting her mother Mrs J P Amsden in Ver sailles Mrs C E Lawton is visiting friends and relatives in the western part of StateMr Wilson of Lexington was a guest lastweek of Miss Willie Mae Jarman Mrs C E Miller of Lexington spent last week with Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner Miss Margaret Miller has been visit ing Miss Jennie Kavanaugh at Manse Garrard county Miss Marie Oldham of Lexington is the guest of Mrs N B Deatherage on Second street Mr W D Oldham is in New York and Chicago buying his immense line of fall goods Mr Henry P Reid spent Sunday in Mt Sterling with his Mother Mrs Amanda Reid Misses Helm Hunter and Ada West of Nicholasville are visiting Miss Gladys Perry Rev G S Daugherty of Erie Penn is visiting his aunt Mrs J G Taylor on Irvine pike Misses Julia Higgins and Florrie Bright will leave tomorrow for a visit te friends in Danville Mrs B W Turner entertained most delightfully on last Friday morning with a Military Euchre Mr W D Metcalf has returned to Fort Thomasafter a visit to his father Squire Metcalfe at Waco Mr and Mra W R Potter of Gaff coy South Carolina are visiting Mr W B Jones at Silver Creek Mr Farley Price of Nashville Ten nessee is visiting his aunt Miss Carrie Farley on West Main street Mrs Lilllo Logan Kean and little daughter Marian are visiting the Misses Logan la Shelbyville Misses Hattie Letcher and Van Green leaf wore in Lancaster last week the guests of Miss Louise Kauffman Mrs John Moore and children after a weeks visit to relatives here have re turned to their home m Springfield Mr Win H Wagers of Wfreaww i M I l ftJfl fJIf 50- X150 OO best J Wm Wagers and family Monday Mr and Mrs Stanton Thorpe and son Cecil left yesterday for a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mr Chas E Smith and two children Velma and Haydenof Waukegan Ills visited relatives here last week Mr Charles Smith and daughter Vivian of Waukegan Ill are visit ing the family of Mr James Moores Professor and Mrs Charles G Crooks of Danville are in the city for the HuntCrowe marriage this evening Mr and Mrs Gilbert Grinstead returned Monday from a few days visit to Mr and Mrs Beasley at Stanford Misses Anna Belle Bufner and Grace Lockridge of Mt Sterling are guest of Miss Mary Ballard at Whites Station Mrs S L Bailey and daughter Mis- sAiinieof Harrodsburg are guests of Mrs D CVBiggsrstSff on Second street Mr Charles Arnoldllnd pretty little daughter ElLouise of GFeeFgetown are the guests of Mrs Horace U Turner on Fifth street Miss Mary Belle Miller of Winches ter is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Elizabeth Miller on Lan caster Avenue Mr and Mrs A D Miller and their guest Mr Emmett Miller of Indian apolis will spend today and tomor row at Estill Springs Mr John G Taylor is visiting his sister Mrs R D Tevis at Leroy Ill and will also visit Mrs J B Chambers in Chillecethe Missouri Messrs Simeon Hamilton George Frazier and Alfred Isaacs of Estill n Reduced Prices on 1 Straw HatsStraws greatly reduced to close out All the latest styles250 for 150 200 for L25 L50 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 J5 00 Cut to 12 00 250H H 1000 10 00U H 8 50 8 00H U 6 75 COVINGTON AND BANKS SALERoom county were here Monday mingling with the court day crowd Rev Donald McDonald and daugh ter Miss Margaret of Danville spent several days last week with Mrs W A Eisenhart on Fifth streetIMrs Luke Milward of Lexington lias been spending a few days with her sister Mrs George Simmons She also visited Mrs Elmer Deatherage Friends will regret to learn of the serious illness of Capt Thos Ferrill at his home in the county His family is very apprehensive as to his condition Mr L E Miller of Indianapolis is visiting Mr and Mrs A D Miller on Second street Mr Miller is a brother- to Misses Elizabeth and Pearl Miller who have many friends here Miss Maym Itolton entertained a crowd of young people last Wednesday evening in honor ot her guest Miss Velma Smith of Wankegan Games were indulged in and refreshments ensued All enjoyed a pleasant evening Mr Silas Cobb wife andaattghte and Miss Kate McQeorge of Pittsburg Mrs W H Webb and daughter of Louisville and Miss Anna Frazee of Lexington are guests at the home of Mr Harvey Cobb at Red House Mr Robert Crowe has secured the principalship of the Pleasant Grove academy of Smyth county Virginia He will leave about the twentieth of the month to begin his new duties Mr Crowes many friends here who wish him much success in his new field A pretty party was given by Mr and Mrs Conway Taylor for their children on last Saturday afternoon A large number of little friends were present and a jolly good time was spent Games of all kinds were played ami the most delightful refreshments w v servedMrs Emil Ilhardt at her home in Nicholasville hRS for her guests Miss Maud Miller of Lexington Emma Man kini of Louisville and Edna SchUjfl of Richmond who will be joined tliia week by Miss Luxie Ballard and Mr Verner Schlegel of Richmond Lex ington Leader Among those who attended the funeral and burial of Mrs Anne Walters lust Saturday was her brother Mr J R Anderson of Higginsville Mo Mr Anderson was born in this county but loft hero in 1850 going through to Missouri in a twohorse wagon His wife who died about five years agi was a Miss Green daughter of Mr W R Green ef this county Mr Ander son is still here with his sister Mrs Mary McClintock and other relatives in the county One of the moStNtractive entertain ments of the summ WitS the linm shower given by Jirs Jar fi5rSr oiiffir to Miss Lucy Crowe on last Thursday afternoon The prettily decorated par lors were filled with guests who entered heartily into the spirit of th shower which culminated in a reg ular cloudburst on the appearance c f the bride The display of linen was beautiful and proluse and would de light the heart of any housekeeper An elegant lunch was served perfectly completing a delightful afternoon for the bride and her many friends GREAT GUT PRICE SALE ON 0 LOW SHOES OF ALL KINDS tiWe 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 1 f MENS S5 00 OXFORDSIdeal Patn Kid for 3 95 ct 400it it tt 315 tt 3 50 Call leathercc 295 ct 300 t o co u 2 65 tt 2 50tt a t 215 200tt tt 165 it 150C rt 115 LADIES 53 50 OXFORDS Idea1 Patd Kid for 295 H 300 v iiu u tt tt 2 65 2 50t Ideal and Plain Kid 2 1S- u 200 u tt u 165 115t125 RICE AND ARNOLD Main street Richmon Ify fr Ji i t 1 1 HI r tr 1 l J i 4 4Ii iiI J t Iu Ip = w PROFESSIONAL CARDS l JLTTOMJXYS Ih MILLER ATOkXUATLA- WEcnxoD EBXTCCKT Office n the Burnira Building next door to armer1 National Ban ebSly A StrIjI4IVArs-J ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyairLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY leyOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ORiee In John Bennetts old law office over rem Thomas drugstore n PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURUEOXS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building M inStreet H LJJ1SP RMDMedicine and Surgery OlbceStouffer Building Main Street rel phone residence the Carr place on Uratidway- itHMOSD KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0- Osteopathic PhysiciansSt- ate Bank t Trust B g Literature furnished on implication CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL STOGSKY DT aTvVuve t VobsoTV DENTIST or LOUISVILLE KY Buildingt11cmssdnovl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST o Offlce lu Bennett Boiklins Ilanly TBLBIHONE 186 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday August 1L 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tATTENTN We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince YOU that we are the leiders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2jii1v RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup leiisie k blulic lutroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or verulllesLawrencebUfg Shel6O5 ambytille Louisrllle nj 3 nd Cincinnati pjn For Irvine lMamFor Miller Creekm 150 pm TRUSS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and ltleam Ctnclnnatl8Ur m 335pntFromO M DROWNING Gen Mgr KyURlchmonu Xr Stops tho Cough and Works o2 the cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Trwet cure a cold in one day No cure no pavePrice 25 cents TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence I Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the lollowmg places in Madison county Arbuckle t Simmons Rchmond Seamy Hamilton Waco O Finnel Red House J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin NewhyBurtonJ W Tester Edenton CottonbnrgLO MoWharter Wallaceton nickneri Early Berea JTCOT KirksTllle Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses W p can do what is right with regard to the test and the LASSESmade to tin the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can Oil immediately alt demands for glasses not of it ery unusual strength For these it will tak a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armors old stand 3jlly L 1 1I Time Talk Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1814 p m ton Extvesi sonth bound 1246 p SoS Cinnati and Livings 125 p m ton Express north bonnd 155 pm No 4 Cinnati and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnati and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Accm north bound 620am Maya7BNo 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound IBiue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass laud for rent apr 1tf Harvey Che- naultSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Hichclass Private School at Klrkaville Ky in the old Elliott Jnstitute buildings He will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild tile school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the peopje The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in qniiies toG P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsapr30 lyrPhone 8b = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of Hour my pretty maid Why EUiston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir sho said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company PbooeJ66 WACO cy- w99jcdiPg hi wp i Illinois Central Railroad Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to ST PAUL MNNEAROUS and the Northwest Very cheap rates to CALIFORNIA andre = turn account G A R July 31 to August 4 3 inclusive Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville lto California New MexicoArizonaand Secial Low One way and sates Mil effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of theSprjngs and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville ICy I o rr IoORLANDO KY Shippers of Anite Coa1 4++++ + ++++++A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary 4 J 2 grate any attention I t JI + + 4444 ++ 444 4444 4 + M +++44 +++ MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINS or further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago IpJ c Furniture f admirer of beautiful house fur Jnishings should call on Jo S JOPLIN A Street dealer and view his J superb stock J Room Suits Jf Complete Dining Room Outfits J Handsome Parlor Fixtures J Beautiful Odd Chairs t Pedestals Pictures in fact everything A to make the home beautiful Remember the name C JO S JOPLIN and the place Main Street Jinthe Collins Building jI Undertaking Specialty He who Knowst and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Opportunitiesfor Home Builder Lumberman Fruit Grower- Canneryman Farmer Miner Investori T Manufacturer Importer Merchant h Roundtrip Oklahoma railroad without Every Bed Do you know that Washington is the most richly endowed Stite In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and tea Note what Washington has Her flxli Industry leadi and furnishes the share of the salmon used the world over An veaterIi fly for the Caiinerymnn Her Inn her industry is Known by the largest saw mills in the world backed by B practically Inexhausti ble product Lumber is a necessity and is lot becoming exhausted in the eastern states The Last Chance for the Lumberman Wellington will become the greatest fruit producing State While Ibis Industry is new yet the fruit of Wash ington is celennited Carloads of Washington apples are Chi annually in New York City and find a ready market In many Eastern Stales An Opening for the Fruit Grower The peculiarly favored climate of Washington uuil Us wide range due todifXerencsof altitude and rainfall adapt the Htate to nlmosl every clays of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat hurley and out yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United States A Rich H arrest Awalta the Farmer and Home Builder The mountains Washington are filled with min erals gold silver copper lead iron and coal are await Ing the producing Power 01 capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle hUbs natural gateway vlo the Orient and Alaska The shipping of Puget Sounds compares favor ably with the largest Atlantic raaports A Golden Fu lure for te Merchant Manufacturer importer and Cuptallst For those who may with to Investigate or take ad vantage of an opportunity to participate In the great de Telopemeiit thitl will mark the next decade In this date a special fintcinxi round trip rate of 5000 from Chlcugo and 4500 from 81 Paul and Minneapolis has been authorized Dates of wile August tat to Hlh inclu she Final return limit October 15 Libenil I and diverse routes will be granted and those desiring to return through California can do so by paying JllJX ad ditional GREAT NORTHERN RY Write for lllaitratfitbaniphletAjina Woaderful Wathlngton map For complete Infor lotion cull fill or address any ticket ajfeiit or I W NE QI P T1t iaui1Ithui II v Kentucky Fair Dates Danville August 4 4 days Madisonyllle August 44 days exington Aug 10 P days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburp Augusts 18 4 days Shepberdsville August 18 4 days Maysville Augtist 19 4 days Shelbyville Augut 251 4 days London August 26 3 days Germantown August 26 4 days Richmond Aug 3J and Sept 1234and 5 Bardstown September 1 5 days Nicholasville September 3 days Somerset September 14 days Elizabethtonn Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 154 days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro September 21 days We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and tuna bouts than we tow have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The best rubber tire npplyednnd guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S LMIDKIFF Prop We see that D B Shackelford Cos customers have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Notice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and Is in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I willeither sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir ing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please purchaser S C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 600 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling antI one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jun 3Gmo TO QUItE A COLD Z1T ONE DAY Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money lilt fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents A 20000 college is to be es tablished at Lancaster Bal lard county Ky Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant in effect are DeWitls Little Early Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga says During a bilious attack I took ont Small as it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other pills I ever took and at the same time it effected me pleas antlv Little Early Risers are certainly an ideal pill Sold bv E C Vines 1m Frank Denny and Miss Mollie Oaks were married at the grooms home Tuesday End of a Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stub born fight with an abcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few myhealthand throat and lung troubles Guar anteed by all drug stores Price 50c and Si Trial bottles free 1m Maj Gen James F Wade has succeeded to the com mand of the department of the Phillipines Gen Davis having been retired for age Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try B B B is ft certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs ScalEs watery blisters pimples aching pricklingulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and moat deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blod thereby giving a healthy blood supplv to the skin Heals every sore and gives the rich glow ot health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nonrishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doctors pa tent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists with complete di rectioas for home cure To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid bv writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free wed cal advice sent in sealed letter 1m A new rubber plant of mar velous possibilities is said to have been discovered in South west Africa Eat all You Want Persons troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and as similation of all of the wholesome food that way be eaten and enables the digestive orgauato transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by E C Wines 1m Jennie Steer a ug ess ac cused of poisoning Lizzy Dol- an a sixteen year old white girl was hanged by a mob near Shrevesport La WOMANS BACK The Aches and Pains will Disappear if the Advice of This Richmond Citizen is Followed A womans back has many nches and pal liSIMany Richmond women know thill- Head what one itSS W say about It IMis NJ Oraham widow of Main street says I cannot find words strong enough to state iny fellings when praising Kidney pills 1 hail H severe case ut kidney troubles Ti n pains across he mall of my back tree hard to bear and tie kidney secretiuur were much discolored irre aiir I got a box ot Doaua Kidney plus at B L Middeltotis drug store and gave Ihein n trial I took only one box and the rellet I found in them leads me to believe Doana Kidney pills the remedyFora boil FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NYlole wsnW for the United States Retrjpraber the BaaeDo ai aud I I r 1mj It Farm For Sale One ofthe best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 14 miles from rail road station and postoflice Excellent improvements all In grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 U Red House Ky A TEXAS WONDER j 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 of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will eire any case above mentioned DrEW Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box G29 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KREAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov oryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began using it today I weigh 170 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JOHN A RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass iL KingsNew I I For OXHTJMPTION I and OLIIM I A Perfect For All Cure Lung Money back If it fails Trial The Richmond S L Midkiff Proprietor at tention to his spring stock surries buggies etc er shown a larger stock or Also builders of delivery of all kinds Repairing of buggies wagons etc a work and lowest prices tires guaranteed for one Richmond Carriage tf S L Save the Ninetynine of every diseases that children to disorders of the stomach dis orders are all caused by WstcbPrice Kodol DysIepsia Cure is ood for children as it is for dren thrive on it It stomachs sweet and growth and development Carter 705 Central Ten says My little boy years old and has hen indigestion ever sinire he I have hail the best doctors but failed to do him any using one bottle of Kmlol well baby I recommend it Kodol digests what you Iht stomach sweet C Uines I A DAY OUOItS I This Dollar is the which sells at the lowest price carries thestrong est guarantee and satIthan in accuracy size and style otherIneersolls at 150 SI7sand 2cO Sole dealeis every where orpostraidbyosjorjtoo Booklet Free Robt H Ingersoll S Bro Dept 3 51 MAIDEN lANE NEW YORK T MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PUTOLD MALT Louisville Ky January = MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Having examined your Meat and Malt preparation and bcics thorouehly acquainted with and mode of manufacture I can state that it U an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the and rates d and prostralionaDdUdL1CaSCSatteDded L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loutovlllo JC ANNUAL Personnlly Conducted EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS Jl VIA JI cli D And DetroitThrough Canada AUGUST II 1903 Tickets Good 12 Days 7 00 From CinU Cheap Side Trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay and Montreal These excursions are very highclassed currying through sleeping cars They are recommended for ladies and children wh- ocanepnd upon every care and protection while wfih the excursion party By makloe your reservations eHrly you enable nato give ou the best accommodation Small par notifytaghave their rooms adJoining securing almost cotuplun privacy if desired For tickets Kleeping car reservations and other particular Information desired call on your nearest CH p Agent or address D G EDWARDS FaasTralUc O Jno B McCoRD f Excursion Agent Toledo O Respectfully ARBUGKLE SIMMONS + AT ++ IJONES JffiRSHOl 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 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5SS8SJ5SS Phone 3 Second St Weak x HeartsAre due to indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of indi gestion All food taken Into the stomach Which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach putting 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 stomachtroubleWith IL I took Kodol Oytpepsia Cure for abcut our months and It curd me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 5100 Size holdine 25 times the trial size which sells for SOe Prepared by E O DeWITT 00 CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas One Eye AtaTime Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits OUR injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s s- St ae ea Ma1 1tcmo1 No such thing a summer complaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every looseness of the bowels 1m TIlE NewY ClipperIS PaperinAll persons Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 94 PER YEAR SINCLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sate by SAMPLE COPY FREE Address HEW CLIPPERNew w FEMALEWEAKNESS M2 12 Congress St Ie red for nine months with suppressed menstruation which completely pros throughmy wouldswellteltdlscoored ofCardatfelt a change for the better within a treatmentIbecameregulArCardulls limply wonderful and I wishthat all suffering women knew of IU food qualities LbrII I JTreuanr PortUad Edonemio Loagn Periodical headaches tell of femal weakness Wine of Cardui cure peraiaaeatljr nineteen out of irregularmensesany female weakness If you are haTefailedtho world you should try Wine of thatheadaches ofCardut WIN E or CARDUI LI 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 calIand inspect them before buying wantwhenspecialtyLet usGive you an estimate on your work e J I Yours I partsof Oct17ltbI usedand Grand Opening I OF THE GLOBE STORE Will Be Held Saturday Aug 1 fjt And in order to introduce our new and vast amount of I f t ST8 e 1 OTXae- ct 51 St we will offer during opening week our 10 and J250 Suits at f I I f 750Iand 15 and 18 Suits at 1000 We will also offer 350 4 and 5 I Shoes At 3OOThe very highest grade 3and 350 Ladies Shoes will go at 2 SO t I We will also carry a full andcomplete line of the very latest styles in Gents Furnishing Goods which will also be soldatcut prices during the I opening week 55 See Our Line of Latest Style Hats Rosenstein Co I 208 Main Street formerly John G Taylor SonteT I l R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY w MAIN ST PRODUGE Exchangefor Groceries Everything sold a- tLOWEST PmeEStt CALL AND SEE ME JI 47 R HRUMPHEyS I TeIephoni 3 J RED MENDS Flit and CarniVlil Autai4 SptI 4y