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It f 44TFU3 RICHMOND CLIMAXftI J I IrOLUME3 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 1903 NUMBER 12 THEY GOEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods atthe Hustling Gash Store MUST GO WashGoodsMensSlippersfact every thing is offered at prices so low as to surprise and please all An op portunity to secure bargains at your own price g If e Dont Miss It We have been selected ndappointed as sole Distributing Agents for the Royal Soap ompany of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter 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 othert t fThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Roval Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR 10 Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross Ie ffLACKEY HAMILTONC- or Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings i Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Vindov Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window GlassI White Lead etc Largest stock to select from f ict vvee xs Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street f iI 3 c Ai F Ai1iL k T FEATURES UNSURPASSED I I4PAUL1tJUSTICEsecy 1f S r The Walters School RICHMOND KY J An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools The course of study thorough practical and comprehensive fits I boys for the leading colleges or af J- J fords a substantial preparation for 1 J business or professional s hools fr Methods comprise f re que n t flJdevoted entirely to study J C Location and equipment are un excelled For catalogue etc write James T Barrett Principal c r b d Announcements FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KISS of Baldwi a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D O GIUQGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic party We re authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democ ajic party We are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candi ate for Jailer of Madison county sub it to the act n of the DemScatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANDERSON IAKES of Speedwell us a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce J II KINNEDY of West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison cunty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDSPublic Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce JOHN ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSORIVe are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOIl COUNCILMAN LLIfoDHmond subject to the action of the Democratic lire authorized to announce D B SHACKELFOUD a candidate for Councilman from University Ward subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce L T WILSON a candidate for Councilman from East End Ward Mibject to the action 01 the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOE W BAtES a candiate for Councilman from West End Want subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We lire authorized to announce WILLIAM BY11EE as a candidate for Councilman from East End ward subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALEXIA UPIN as a cxndldiite for Councilman from East End ward subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANSIL D MILLER as a candidate for Councilman from WeMt End ward xubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE- We are authorized to announce c M suojecttoWe are authorized toannonnce L BAXTER actlonSame Here- Discriminating read e r s know what the editor meant when he said in a recent issue of the Minneapolis Messenger There is a little matter to which the Messenger begs to call the attention of some of its Subscribers Wreally hate to speak of it but some have seemingly allowed it to slip their minds To us this is a very important issue in fact its necessary in our business We wont speak further on the subject Perhaps you have already guess ed the drift of our remarks Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will Imei st many A run down system or despondency invarihly precede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bittern It being a great tonic mid nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a crept ptomach liver and Kidney regulator Only 50e Satisfaction guar anteed by all diuggists 1m Preparations are beingp shed with feverish activity at the Vatican for the papal con clave It is believed all will be in readiness by Friday night Call For Primary At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky held at the City Hall in said city on July 30th 1903 at 2 oclock p m persuant to call and a quorum being present it is ordered by said committee 1 That a primary election be held in and for said City of Richmond on the 17th day ofj September 1903 for the purpose of nominating candidates to represent the Democratic party to he voted for at the regular November election 1003 as follows viz A candidate for tho office of JuRtire of the Peace for the City ot Richmond magisterial district of Madison county to fill out an unexpired tnrin A candidate for the office of Consta ble of the City of Richmond magister ial district of nladison county to fill out an unexpired term Candidates for time nVe of Council man for the City of Richmond two from each of time three botmderies respectively as set out in the ByLaws and Ordinances of said city being six candidates for Councilman in all 2 Thai pulls lie opened ill each of the four voting precincts in said city as defined by aw and at the regular and cuHtoiiury places in said precincts Said polls shall be opened at oclock a m and closed at 4 oclock p m 3 Any person desiring to become a candidate to be voted for at said primary election for any of the offices above set out shall on or before 12 oclock noon September 3rd 1903 de posit with W K Shackelford the sum of five dollars 500 which shall be deemed legal notice of ald persons candidacy 4 All persons known to be Demo crate and who affiliate with this Democratic party being qualified voters of the city of Richmond and all young men who have attained their majority since the last regular registration or who will become qualified voters in said city of Richmond prior to the Nov ember election 1903 who declare their intention affiliating with the Democrat l party shall be deemed qualified to vote at Oaid primary election W R SlIACKELFOKD Chr Dew City Ciimnittee DeWitt is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel tjalve look for tile name DeVitt on every box The pure unadulterated Vitdi 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 DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counter felts to be placed on the market The genuine bears the name of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by E C Wines Dont Worry Theres no use worrying fretting and losing sleep because some one has found fault with what you do Tis the common lot of man in business The merchant doesnt please all his customers the postmaster is cuffed and kicked for allegedmistakes the railroad agent is frequently backed up in a corner and given to understand this and the other thing the butcher is forever reminded of the tough steak and even the minister finds it hard to please all the congregation with his best sermons If do not believe this ask these men The newspaper man gets more than his share of it and is expected to get out a cheerful paper just the same A man befriends an other for years and is turned down and abused Such things are not pleasant but they al ways have been and always will be and the man who goes through them the easiest is the one who pays the least at tention to them and goes right along trying to be pleasant and usefql Commit This to Memory When a business man re ceives a statement from a wholesale houseand he re ceives manyhe sometimes finds on the statement that unless paid by a certain date a sight draft will be drawn for the amount due and no excuses are made for the sending of the statement The business man has tomove about and pay the bill But when the business man sends out statements to those owing hm in an efiort to raise mon ey to pay his bills what takes place mqny time The per son receiving the statement takes it as an insult and grows exceedingly hot The person who does this should engage in business and in a short time would get over his foolishness The sendingout of statements and the collecting of accounts is one of the most important parts of business and those who neglect it will sooner or later become short of money Ex It is said that cotton mill owners of the country will ask Congress to investigate the recent corner in cotton and to enact legislation that will preclude a repetition of similar conditions Hump Oaert SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump sack straight neither will It make I amongthe short leg long but It feeds soft bone rickets and bone consumption Send free sample SCTOT It BOWNE Chemises 4 WtS Pearl Rirett New York f and 1000 all druggist L 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 lor the ground Land can be bought as cheap as 250 an acre prairie land at S4 and S5 per acre up bottom land at S5 and cleared land at S10 and S15 per acre up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at S4 to S10 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 S10 to 20 per aCIe up Write us for information about cheap rates excursion dates also literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every yearIE W LABEAUME GP T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo A Few Hot Weather Hints Bed room floors may be kept cool and very fresh in summer if wiped daily with a cloth wrung out in salt wa ter Microbes moths and all pests are thus destroyed Green vegetables can be kept a day or two by sprinkling them with cold water and floor laying them on the cellar In order to keep the house more cool and comfortable during the day open the win dows and blinds very early in the morning to let the cool freshair sweep throughall the rooms close the blinds about eight oclock Avoid drinking iced water during the heated season Do not eat green or unripe fruits nor that which shows sins of decay Take time for at least a half hours rest each day The Death Penalty A little thing sometimes results in death Titus a mere scratch Insignificant cutsor 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 druii stores 1m Although a woman is gen erally considered an old maid at 25 it is now conceded by many shrewd judges of the sex that womans beauty is most splendid and her intel lect is in full maturity at 28 years Cleopatra was 28 when she first met Antony and enslaved the handsomest man in he whole Roman em pire as well as one of the greatest orators generals and statesmen The queen of Sheba was 28 when she dazzled Solomon nearly off his throne The Marquise de Pompadour was 25 when she met Louis XV and 28 when she began to rule his domains Josephine captured Napoleon at 33 it is true but she was a Widow at whom he had been casting sheeps eyes for five years nterior Journal A New York dispatch says that Cot T C Campbell has gone to Georgetown to take part in the prosecution of Caleb Powers on a charge of conspiracy in the assassina tion of Gov Goebel Col Campbell will ask Gov Beck ham to make a requisition on Gov Durbin of Indiana for the return of fugitive W SJ Taylor to Kentucky for trial for alleged participation in the same conspiracy In case this demand is refused a mandamus will besought be fore the Supreme Court of the United States House of Beer Bottles A house of beer bottles is one of several startling archi tectural novelties in Tonopah Nev Among the others are houses made of straw of bur lap sacks trimmed with blue jeans of tin from fivegallon oil cans of dry goods and cracker box lumber of mud stone tents and cloth The reason for this notable and original variety of building material is simple Tonopah is in a region barren of trees In consequence the common est lumber sells for S65 a thousand feet while an inferior grade of scrub cedai for fuel costs S22 a cord Tono pah is a young mining camp and its riches are still most ly underground Therefore the need for economy and hence the origin of William F Pecks glass house Peck is a miner in the em ploy of the Thnopah Mining Company and he has a family He went there in July when houses are not strictly neces sary Being unable to buy lumber and empty beer bottles being available in aston ishing numbers he chose and went to work at odd times By October his house was finished and the chief ex pense was for water with which to mix his mud and plaster Water costs 150 a barrel in Tonopah in summer Ten thousand beer bottles were incorporated in the neat little edifice which was 16 by 2feet in the clear with ceilings eight feet high and contained two rooms That Mr Peck had an eye to artistic effect as well as to warmth and convenience is shown by the neatness of the workmanship and also his ad herence to a color scheme The northern and western exposures are composed of bottles of a light green hue while the other sides are al most black The inside walls are plast ered with lime which is spread to a depth sufficient to cover the bottle necks8tI Louis PostDispatch Took It Philosophically Mr Hubert Hale came here Thursday from Ohio to marry and an hour after his arrival was a witness to the ceremo ny that made the lady he came after the better half of another man He took the matter philosophically and was the first to congratulate the bride The ceremony was performed by the Rev David Bruner who is in his ninetyfourth year and this made the 4497th couple he had joinedHarrodsburg cor resondent of the Danville Ad vocate According to the Chicago Chronicle there have been 50 lynchings in the United States so far this year Six of the victims were white and 44 negroes Fortyfour of the lynchings occurred in the South and five in the North Mississippi heads the list with 11 Georgia comes next with six Florida Texas and Louisiana had five each while Illinois and West Virginia had two each and Arkansas three Most of the lynchings were for rape and several of them were burned at the stakeSeven indictments involv ing different persons and charging conspiracy against the Government were returned by the Federal grand jury at Washington August W Machen formerly superin tendent of free delivery is named jointly with others in four of the indictments He has already been indicted on similar charges Mrs Johnson sister of James B Marcum testified in the trial at Cynthiana that Curt Jett said when she asked him about the murder Hargis money did it but I fired the shot Other testi mony was corroborative of the evidence of Capt Eweni and Barney Schiff regarding the movements of Jett and White immediately before and after the shooting The trial of the Legislators indicted in missquri on the the charge of bribery in con nection with the Alum Bill legislation willbegin today at Jetferaoa City 000DO YOU KNOW That The 6reatest Spring and Summer CLEARANCE SAL Ever Seen in Richmond is now in FULL BLAST at e- II THE BUSY BEE 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 g g Wash Goods 0 O- ooi All Kinds Summer Dress Goods white goods ladies fine shoes and slippers mens Low cut shoes Clothing Hits 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 Readour hand bills for prices or come and get them direct Nothing reserved Money savedon every purchase All new stuff and new styles Come at once and avoid the rush e Very respectfully Wfl OLDHAM co BUSY BEE CASH STORE DayIJSeven Million boxes sold in past 12 months I Puts an End to it All A grevous wail oftimes conies 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 HALF RATES TO Baltimore MarylandV- IA B S 6 5DACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge I O O FTickets will be sold for all Trains September 18 19 and 20 Good returning to September 28 with privilege of extension to October 3 1903 Vestibuled Trains Dally 3Solid nt Coaches Dining Cars Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation Cars STOPOVERS AT Washington D C Deer Park Mt Lake Park and Oakland Met For rates time of trains sleeping car Reservations etc call on your nearest Ticket Agent or address o P MCCARTY G P A Cincinnati Ohio We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are bo 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 onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Red Jellico and other grades Coal Feed lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the c land solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good a Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot HicaiaoBd Ky This signature Cures Crip in Two Days on every box 25c t i rFurniture Every admirer of beautiful house fur Jnishings should call on JQ S JOPLIN Street dealer and view his Itsuperb stock A Bed Room Suits j1 Complete Dining Room Outfits 1 h Handsome Parlor Fixtures J J Beautiful Odd Chairs Pedestals Pictures in fact everything J to make the home beautiful Remember the name JO s JOPLIN and the placetMain Street hi the Collins Building JA Undertaking Specialty J We are Going to Offer The low Round Trip rate of from Memphis to San Francisco 47iO CALIFORNIA I j For the occasion of National Encampment IQA RjX Tickets on sale Aug 1 to 14 Final Return Limit Oct 15 Stopovers Allowed Further information on request GEO g LEE G P A Little Rock Ark Gv DBACQK D PA Cincinnati 0li 1i 1 V02 B4 U B U VShoes and Gents CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky 1 he Richmond Climax J C CUENAULTm President D MILLEREditor k Manager WEDNESDAY AUG 12 1903 UHLIIIHJtU EVER DSIcaiJA HI The Climax Printing Co Iiworporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE nON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to announce JNO W li LIABDa candidate for Shrriff of Madison t uty subJect to the action ol the Democrat- Ic Tarty We are authorized to announce B B Million a Candidate for Sheriff of Mndlson County subject to the action Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce BUCK JOIISON a candidate for jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party FOR MAGISTRATE WB are authorized to announce J U DYKES a candidate for magistrate in the RII bmomi magistrrial district subject to the ac tion of tbe Democratic Party Put M MOORE the new president of the Kentucky Press Association has appointed the fqltotving executive co inraillPefortbs ensuing year E A tiulliouTcliairman Henry County L ial Lew B Brown HarroJsburc p inocrat T C Underwooii Hopkins llle NOW Era Heher Matthews Hart f ri Herald Detha Breckenridge Lex Hrald RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind Tile 5 cent packet U wiouch for usual occasions The family bottle OP eats contains a supply for a year Ait druggists delI them Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make specally of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the bet workmen Call and bee us bfore giii elsewhere Climates made if required We also have on hand a com lsie line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bunts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFF Prop CI F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON Ky MantelsTiles Trimmings We beg to call your attention to our large and carefully selected line of Mantels embracing all grades from the cheapest Bed- Room Mantel without cabinet to the most elaborate design with large and handsome carving Large assortment of Tiled in all the new effects in Oiiyx and Chipped Facfll- lFramel4Grates Summer Pieces in copper brass and nickel Cereamic Mosaic ThelLatest Art Tiling Most durable and sanitary floor covering made For Bath Room Vestibule Hallways Estimates given CFBrowerftCfl MAIN AND BROADWAY y c4- ILxww PERSONAL Miss Evelyn Smith is at Niagara Falls Captain S F Rock is in Lexington attending the fair Mrs W A Langford is at home from Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Ida Powell and Mrs Ella Bonny were in Cincinnati Sunday Mrs John F Wagers is seriously ill in a hoopital in Cincinnati Miss Callie Adams spent Sunday with her parents at Paint Lick Mrs Claude Darore is the guest of Miw Nellie Donnelly in Cincinnati h Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the tilvutlon Hotel Wednesday 12 Miss Minnie Siebert of Louisville is visitingMrs Sim Turpin in the county Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler is visit jug Mrs W D Oldham in Lexington Mesdames J D Dykes and Louis P Todd are attending the Lexington fair Mr Jack McGrathof Lexington was the guest Sunday of Miss Mary Culton Miss Irene Rumans ot Lancaster is the guest of Mrs Z T Rice on Broad wayMessrs Louis Neale and Irvine Hume are attending the Lexington fairMiss Janie Myers has gone with a party cf Lexington friends to Atlantic CityMisses Lulu and Maytnn Campbnlle are visiting friends in Cincinnati this weekDr and Mrs T J Taylor returned last week after an absence of several Lee Prather is visiting her brother Mr Irvine Prather in Lex Johnie Tenill has as her gueet this week Miss Emma Coxe ef Har rodsburgMrs V S Montgomery and chil dren have returned to their home in LexingtonMiss Richards has returned from a two weeks visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Mr B D Gordon spent from Satur day until Monday with his parents in Nicholasville Mrs Lula Parrish Davis and son of Cauapbellsville are visiting Mr and Mrs S Parrish Mrs Pattie Hume and children and Miss Sallie Miller are at home from Bar Harbor Michigan Miss Nellie Peyton of Lexington is the attractive guest of Mrs Samuel E Scott on Third street Misses Olivia Baldwin and Anne Bennett returned Saturday from a weeks stay at Estill Springs Miss Thomson Taylor is at home from Lebanon where she taught last year in the High school Miss Florence Myers of Stanford has been visiting Mrs Thomas Phelps at Dreaming Creek Heights Miss Bourier the efficient trained nurse is ill with fever at the home ol Mrs Maria Lynn on Third street Misses Bessie Turley and Sue Death erage are visiting Mrs Nancy Willis DeJarnette in Bowling Green Va Miss Anne Wallace returned to Ver sallies on last Thursday after a most delightful visit to Mrs E Tutt Bur hamMr Emmett Miller returned Saturday to his homo in Indianapolis after a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs A D MillerMr and Mrs W W Pigg and Mr and Mrs W B Crutcher will leave today for a two weeks visit at Witts Springs Estill county It is with regret that we note the serious illness of Master Clark Allman the bright young son of Chief of Police James Allman Mrs W S 0 ilham entertained with a charming litlle musical on Friday ritternoou in honor of Mrs William Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There isonly one way to cure denfies aid that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by au inflamed conIdition of the mucous lining of eustachian tube When this tube is in filmed you have a rumbling sound or iinperlect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness in the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube r to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cons services- We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls OaUrrh Ouie Send Tom circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c lIaU F t i illct ft c US I Crowe of Frankfort Mr and Mrs John F Park of Jensen Florida are guests of Mrs W B Smith They will shortly go to Irvine to visit Mrs Mollie Gardner Mr Richard Bush was welcomed back last week His many friends will be glad to know that he will be in Richmond for a mouth or two Miss Anastasia Miller of Versailles en route home from Ettill Springs stopped oil here and spent a few days last week with Mrs T J Smith Miss Gladys Perry the beautiful young daughter of Dr H L Perry was a winner in the four citv contest recently published in the Louisville TimesMr J T Ferrill the popular Western Union Agent has gone on his vaca tion During his absence thu Oilier AktrBforwerlyof In a recent correspondence we are informed that there are about IS5 guest at the famous old Crab Orchard Springs Among the number are about one doz en persons from Richmond Mr D Ms Chenault is at home from a visit to Mr and Mrs Will Reid at Greenwich Conn Mr Chenault stop ped at Alt Sterling for a short visit to relatives before returning home mauyfriends f r shortlyleavflhome in Paris During their short stay in Richmond they have won the friendship and high esteem of allautthey will be greatly missed from our community Lexingtonlisadaughter Courtney to Mr C Foster Helm The wedding will be celebrated some time in October although no detinite date has been fixed Both ol popularinhere ofthe contracting parties will be pleased to learn of their approaching marriage Mrs R R Burnam entertained most delightfully on last Wednesday morn ing with a nasturtium breakfast in honor of her sister Mrs W G White of Louisville Covers were laid for sixteen and the nasturtium Idea was carried out In every detail A delicious menu was served While at the table the guests very much enjoyed guessing at original conundrums by Mrs Bur nam The prize a copy of James Lane Allens Mettle of the Pasture was won by Mrs E B Hume President and Mrs J W McGarvey after a pleasant visit in Bethany W Virginia are now guests of relatives in Washington D C President JIcGar vey preached yesterday in the Chris tian church of WashingtonMrs S J Frost is at home again after a charm ing visit in Richmond Ky to her daughter Mrs George Simmons and in Madison county with her sister Mrs Goodloe She was absent from home for five weeks Lexington Democrat The secret of success in society lea certain heartiness and sympathy A man who is not happy in the company cannot find another word in his mem ory that will fit the occasion All his information is a little impertinent A man who is happy there finds in every turn of the conversation equally lucky occasions for the introduction of that which he has to say The favorites of society and what it calls whole soulc are able men and of more spirit than wit who have no uncomfortable egotism but who exactly fill the hoar and the company contented and content ing at a marriage or a funeral a ball or a jury a water party era shooting matchCapt S F Rock came over irotn Richmond on Wednesday to lool after the interests of the Dudley oiland Gas Company The contract has been let for a deep welljon Duck Fork and the site has been selected about throe miles from Heidelburg The contrac tors will move a seventyfoot standard rig from Whitley county and hope to have the machinery on the ground within two weeks Mr Rock hall asso ciated with him some of the beat men in Lexington who have confidence in the outlook and have put up capital to start the machineryMfs8 Ojenetie Wmkler of Richmond is visiting rel alive at this place and PaBola Mrs Harry Scrivner of Richmond returned horae Tuesday after spending several days with the families of Situ Hamilton and A M Scrivner Estill County Herald E Daathertge kCo farfva revived a car load ofCGnlalHlOAt a t or tIerodiaOeoftIih gntiNjit oij e an eU 4 riiei pc4N L City Council Proceedings The city fathers meb in monthly 1Thurdny evening Aug and all coun oilmen present The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted and the reports of the Police Judge Chief of Police City Treasurer City Engineer Collector and the Fire Depart mont rnfered to the finance com mittee Juo D Vhite of Louis villo asked permission to erect a 425 cottage on the Big Hill pike- which was unanimously refused when residents of that locality Uppeared and protest d against same alleging that the erection and probable use of so inexpen sive a dwelling would be a serious detriment to that vicinity The committee on the erection of a band and speakers stolId in the Court House yard reported the cost of wooden and steelstands and was continued to confer with a committee from the Fiscal Court in regard to the selection of same half the cost ofwhIch the county will be asked to bear Several colored citizens appeared stud asked for a fire plug in the East End but as the com mittee on this matter reported that insurance rates would be the same whether or not a fire plug were stationed in the place asked for and therefore its establish ment would mean no financial relief to the residents of that part of the city no action was taken and the committee continued for further investigation Mr J Tevis Cobb on behalt on Messrs J R Bun mm and L L Baxter asked the council to buy or permit them to build on a strip of land 14 tt by 120 fronting on Main and extending to Collins street Its owners chum it to be partly maccadenmed and to have been used by the city foryears Messers Bales ArnolJ and Shuckelford were appointed by the Mayor to lookIn to the matter Judge Rice spokrl in behalfof the Terrill heirs who wish their property to be ex empted from city tuxes inasmuch us it is used for farming purposes As the expression of the council was favorable the mutter will be brought into Circuit Court J Lackey was granted an exemption of 250 from an overcharge of taxes W R Letcher brought up the question of forcing property owners to lay pavements on Oak street from Main to Highand an ordinance was passed enforcing these and other property owners previously notified to lay pave ments at once A motion was passed to appoint a committee to advertise for bids for the comple tion of street work Mesaers Bales Arnold and Shackeltord were appointed The city and G G Prewitt made an agreement in regard to the sewerage question on his property The lisence of A R Harris was tranafered to- W 11 Creekmore The Red Men were granted the use of the streets for their Street Fair and Carnival The bond of W M Creek more with D M Chenault andW M Gibson as sureties was accepted W R Letcher brought the deed and naked for the allowance for land sold by the Odd Fellows to the city The city Attorney was directed to examine the deed and if found correct to have a voucher issued for the amount due L P Evans was issued a voucher for his salary of 800 and the delinquent tax Mat ordered turned over to a constable for collection Only two bids were made for furnishing rock to the city both of which were rejected and the city crdered to get out 100 rods of rock from its own quarry The following bills were presented and rofered to the tin ance committee to wit SL Midkiff 15 50 C M Rayburn 28 00 Joe Mitchell 38 00 JMillion 270 JJ McCarty 1250 L P Evans Buck taxes 101 50 tift Blunton 5 50 Gene Shanks 6 00 Fire Department 50 00 Bolton and Moores 85 60 VW Tevis 40 00 AE Carse 265 Covington and Banks 2 00 J C Lackey 86 25 Ky Register 2 50 Arbuckle and Simmons 53 82 Jesse Dykes 4 00 Lon Pratt 4 00 J W Durringer 2 00 StoniferCo 250 LTVtells 250 W S Oldham 4 00 Jack Buckner 4 00 LIB Collins 980 There being no further business the council adlonruadIDEAT1ThBA- LwnnCaptallm P P Ballard re a telegram Monday announc ing the death of his nephew Mr Hugh Ballard of Cedar Key Florida No particulars were given Deceased was a brother to the late Leonard Ballard ol this city ASHE The people of Richmond will be shocked to hear of this sad death the husband of the deceased having been at one time a leading physician here but is now proprietor of the famous Sanitorimn at Lebanon Ohio Ihe Lebanon Pai riot of July 1C says Mrs Elizabeth Fetter Ashe beloved wife of Dr W R Anlie died suddenly it her home in Orchard Avenue lust Wednesday evening July 8th at 1030 clock alter an illness of only a few Hours Mrs Ashe was the only daugh ter nr Rev and MM Charles Fetter elf North Carolina She was married to Di Walter R Ashe of this place- It her home in Wadesboro N 0 Nov 3rd 1897 Two bright little daughters Mary and Elizabeth came into their home to gild to its interests and hap piness Nor was the young wife and mother interested in her own home and loved ones alone She threw herself heartily into the work of the Episco pal Mission of which she was a devoted member The entire community is moved with the deepest sympa thy for Dr Ashe and his household in the sorrow which has fallen upon them The funeral was held at the residence Iundayiumoru1uig at ten oclocL anl1 was by a large number of neighbors Bud friends The services were conducted by Archdeacon Ed wards of Cincinnati Interment in the Lebanon Cemetery Meat and Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed by leading Physicians and CheaietB everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Muscleis invigorating and appetizing Has no equal as a Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to RobtJ Frich cor 7th and Main Sta or Leon S Abraham cor lat and Broadway Louisville Ky and a Quart bottle will be sent to you ex preM prepaid Creep iastently relieved Dr TIm M JSeUetrieOil PerfeeUy feii vw folk 4 y skBfl iHQf V EVERYBODY IS 11EXE Letter fM1 EstlilWiat a dumb Narks WOBWI TkMk3 of SfrisjJ Estill Springs Aug 51 1903 EDITOR CLIMAX Well we are under full headway now over hero at Estill Theres a world of people hare and all of them the nicest folks you ever saw And pretty girls why its a regular flower garden of girls bless their sweet faces I The next nicest thing to the girls is the nice young men who are here in greater force than the average summer resort In fact Im charmed with the people old and young married and single pretty and ugly 1no I wont admit that there are aIry ugly folks here But this is the kind of crowd you always find at Estill Springs I have been talking to a very charming northern woman who has been spending some tlmR here and who is perfectly delighted This is the first time she has ever been south and she Is de lighted with southern people and southern ways She said Money dont seem to be the touch stone in the south in the way that it is in the north I came here quietly absolutely unknown to any one and I have been shown such beautiful courtesy and kindness by the most charming pee piewhy its just delightful They seemed to instinctively settle my proper status at once and take me into their hearts without further ceremony This would not have happened at the north among utter strangers unless 1 had barrels of money This lady also saidhI think the nicest thing about the Springs is that they are conducted in such a manner that chaperonage is almost unneces sary and ladies could stay here all summer without husbands brothers or other male relatives without ever encountering the slightest unpleasant thing 4 It is just like Mr and Mrs Will Thomas were giving a big house party evey summer and these people were their personal guests The same in Iluence reigns over Estill Springs as would be felt in a gentlemans private house The people here seem to uni versally frown down upon everything that is not well bred If the other kind come in they find they have got ten into the wrong place and are glad to get away I can endorse this ladys words most emphatically I had never been especially impressed with the features simply because I had grown so used to It but it is certainly true every word Another timing that I like here is the perfectly charming courtesy and good feeling that exists between all the guests No cliques no jealousies no attempts to outshine somebody else It is just a great houseful of delightful wellbred people and I dont know where else in the country another such crowd can be meta If any of your folks are getting hun gry down there where the drouth has been lock up your houses and come up I dont know where so many delicious things come from in a season of such scarcity but they are on hand three times a day just the same If it wacnt for the mineral waters here I would certainly get in the fix of the little boy who having eaten a bucketful of blackberries and begged and pleaded for more was discovered bawling at tearful rate Vhat are you crying about Said his mother severely About the blackberries said the boy Why you little glutton youve had a bucketful of berries I know it sobbed he those are the very ones I am howling about Among the recent arrivals are Mr and Mrs John D Wakefield Louisville Ky Mrs W E Casth and Son Louisville Ky A D Miller wife and daughter Richmond Ky Miss Minnie Dykes Richmond Ky Mr L E Miller Indianapolis lad Miss Swift Lincoln Mass Mrs L B Todd Lexington Ky Miss N E Galagher Newport Ky Mrs M Hubbard and family Newport Ky Mrs Kidney Newport Ky Mrs Graham Newport Ky R N Nelson and family New port Ky W R Shackelford Rich mond Ky Airs L Vitherspoon Versailles Ky Miss E Witherspoou Versailles Ky Miss Witherspoon Versailles Ky MissTipton Paris Ky S E Tipton Paris Ky T L Warren and family Lexington Ky Mrs W Reed Louisville Ky Miss Jane M Reed Louisville Ky Alias Pattie Crothwaite Lexington Kv Miss Sal ly Morgan Lexington Ky Miss Bes sue McGinn Versailles Ky Miss Shanklin Lexington Ky Miss Chen ault Richmond Ky Miss Anne Ben nett Richmond Ky Miss Baldwin Richmond Ky Miss Berrytnan Ver sallies Ky Miss A Price Versailles Ky Miss R Gay Versailles Ky Miss Jennie Gayues Lexington Ky Miss S Fish Nicholasville Ky Miss Belle Fish Nicholasvilie Ky Mrs W H Fish Nicholasville Ky Elliott Smith Richmond Ky Jesse Embry Danville Ky Mr A 8 Robinson and family Louisville Ky Mrs P A Williams and family Louisville Ky RELrlGIOUS The Kentucky Conference of the M E church South will convene at Oyn thiana on September 2nd The greatest religious meeting in the history of Harrodsburg is over but its influence will be felt for years There were 229 professions and con versions of wiiiuli 153 art men and boys and 76 girls and women just the reverse of the usual proportion But these were only the outward results The church and whole community have been quickened spiritually and all are more ready to work than over before As the meeting drew to a close tho interest became intense and the Christian workers more zealous The climax was reached Sunday No less than 1200 came to the morning service and at night fully 1000 more simply time academy yard It was before such a vast congregation that Mr Williams preached life farewell sermon the last appeal was made to those out of Christ and over a score accepted salvation Harrodaburg Her ald SvvTyvf 1 SPECIAL J D B Sliackelford Co have con tracted wltn the Miller R F Co for the sale of their Ranges in Madiw ii county tf lteelHiKt fea Sale A nice residence on High street coo taming eight rooms bath room with liMKBd cold water the property of Mrs Cinda Karr For pniel oU OR or ftddreea either ol the HMtawgaed MRS CIXBA KAK W U DooatAs l3t We esICy IiI L Eczema scald head hives itchiness of tho skin of any sort instantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At any drug store 1m The diagram for the C O Ex cursion to Atlantic 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 To Atlantic City Without Change Via tho Scenic QOThrough Washington and Philadelphia with stopover privilege returning 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 heightThrough Lex ington to Atlantic For faither information and descriptive circulars address GEO W BARNEY D P Lexington Ky JOHN D POTTS A G P CincinnatiO Farm For Sale KenIfrom three thriving villages Kirksville whertfineAbout onehalf in grass remainder in cmpsEveryluau running water the year around- IMPROVEMENTS houseshenstock barns servants quarters tenant houses etc Title perfect and terms to suit purchaser Mns S E FIELD aug23t Silver Creek Ky PUBLIC SALEI oF FARMAs Administrator with the will an nexed of the late James Nelson I will otTer at public sale on the premises on Saturday Sept 12 03 at 2 oclock pm the home farm of said testator situated about 9 miles countyKyGrove Station containing about 325 Acres The dwelling house is a substantial brick structure containing 7 rooms be quartersTimedition anti is largely in grass TERMS Onethird on Jan 1 1904 at which time possession will be given and a conveyance made to the purchaser balance one and two years credit with Intrest from that date with lien on the land to secure the deferred pay mentsThe purchaser will be permitted to sow small grain in the fall on the corn landC S French AdmrW- ith Will Annexed of James Nelson deceased WINCHESTER KY Par SaleProperty advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo No1 No2No3 No4No5 No6No7 No8 No9 No 10 No 11 INO12 No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 1119 No 20 No 21 Nt22 N t23- Xf24 A twostory frame residence contain ing S rooms and two balls in Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 less than original cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resldenf streets In Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gainA frame residence on Irrine street Building In good pair Price 600 size will buy a good town let 40x200 feetAgoodtownioton good atreet 40x 200 feet Price producingfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 200 Good farm containing about 130 acrea good residence barn and other im provementa fine locality Price stsoo wellfencedments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 wellImprovedGood cottage in firstclass condition claterd etc Price 300 1111INice residence containing seven ctlyLargnecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap InMadisonoutbuildingsvenient Situated on pike four room cottage Mid seven acres twoInbnhidingiThisthriving villHge where churches anil schools are convenient Price 50 InIUrhmond cityLotA twostory residence in eood feetAlt2900 A nice residence for any one desir ing an ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood atretcotllKlnmg liurchseedgreat bargain atSi100 Will paint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five rooms necssaarysuubniidingsiiclnding lera Price tlfUJO Will sui palatresldeace eontaiimgporches Rltaaleit III bext re idence of city Stable coal honsa aad all other necessary out build foruyoaedllOdriBc Hereatarspike grMIfwood iwwty barrels of Corn adtwenty ho e will 90 with the pre- pertystpos MHsw4 Oa the Us MMtll ttx hmtoe and other out QN wMw rrillt IIrIIIf For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Lawsat 5c lOc Lawns at 9c LawnSatl2cIt18c Lawns 15c CL7i Gowns for 69c 99c 89c JO inch with of black foot ruffle 199 t luster 12 inch with 12 narrow at 199 each 1 our cut rate of ten J I Lr Cor and J Auctioneer My services as an can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust or by writing- T D CHKXABLT Telephone 89rIng 4 mhl8 tf Terrill ivy The Muller Range people tell us if a customer telephones us they Jo not like time Miller Range for us to send a wagon for it and refund the money for they are guaranteed from end to end tf l B Co Money to Loan lean get you tnonev at 5 per cent in terest oil long time in sums of 51000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCHER JR apr 15 Owe Richmond Ky The Best of We will call and see you if you want KY or Third floor of Post Ladies25c Corset Covers for 19c 39c 29c 49c 39c 75ch 69c 75c Skirts for 69c 99cco 89c Ladies Black Mcerized Sateen Petticoats flounceseparateLadies Black and Whi Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoatsr accordion plaited flounce trimmed bands Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats High flounce trimmed ruffles tCall induring sale days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEEMain First RICHMOND KENTUCKY l auctioneer Company Sliackelford System Heating- a Residence PlumbingOr Addres- sRICHMOND Off- iceLEXINGTON Plumbing Co Nearly Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of sc 1 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 satisfactions White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry c Thomas 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 called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock ofsur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf 8 L MIDKIFF Prop Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J B Simpson deceased are requested to file same properly verified as required by law on or before September 1 or same will be barred All persons knowing themselves indebt ed to this estate are requested to call and settle Sanford Oldham Aug 1903 4t Admr thebestthe market The Miller You will find plentyot them that have been in use in this city for fifteen years tf D B Shackelfnrd Co I i JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It id of old manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles i5II i ijugs 250 5 bottles 3 2 u jugs Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Kv Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head and active brain a strong vigorous body makes him fit for the battle of life 1m 350 bunhels Seed Wheat for sale at 100 per bushel Sample at Farmers Natl Bank W B JONES 5au3t Paint Lick Ky THEGREAT REMOVAL SALE 1 WILL COMMENCE SATURDAY A va 1stt and continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month The Selling will be Positively Sensational I The Buying Chances are Unparalleled The great and increasing business done by this store during the past few years beats fruit in this remarkable Removal Sale Prices are reduced as never before Broken lots Gave been bunched and the heavily cut prices have aredeterminedonstylish12000 Worth of Goods tJJ To Be Sold This splendid stockof MillineryTrunks REGARDLESS OF COST VALUEas we want to move in our new store with a new stock So we are determined toI 1 1dse out this stocks 1 thatitpropoiieariyRespectfully Subtte4 to the Cub Trade tJ OLD style S210 Prop tJ jl BfderM Ira tj i iJ d Wt Are Ready To Talk Business- Our line of nowcomplete lineDonlatest thing out in a vehicle is Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction 1eucV Cftritaa VJDorVs RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bro SECOND STREET PRONE 18- 4FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 12 1903 +N + +++ 1e i Job Printing i+ Is like everything else you 2 + want the best TilE CLIMAX 4 has new and uptodate faces of type and carries only the t 0Youwork Try us E Deatherage Co have for sale a car load of timothy seed The L N will construct new road yards at Gorbin to cost 50000 There will be a new round house twentyfour miles of side back etc Mr Oscar Parks who for a number of eoliths past has been the polite and accommodating clerk at Crutcher Tribbles resigned his position Monday The contract to rebuild the Paint Lick Bank has been awarded to John Bymel of this city and work will begin at once Kulus Stone will do the brick work Fire destroyed the Bourbon stock yards in Louisville last week The loss is estimated at 225000 The fire originated in a shed which was struck by lightning We desire to call the attention of our readers to the advertisement in this issue of Covington Banks who are offering their immense hue of clothing hats shoes and gents furnishings at greatly reduced prices Has the tontrict Mr Rufus Stone ot this city has secured the contract to erect the new Methodist church at Inine It will be a handsome brick structure Jersey Cow For Sale I have for sale a lice Jersey cow fresh with calf and number one milker For particulars call on undersigned aug 12 4t R E TDBLEV Insurance Paid A short time ago Mr J C Owens of Red House died He was a mem ber of the Ardent Order of United Workmen in which order he held an insurance policy on bis life for 2000 Last week that amount was paid over to his mother Mrs Nannie Owens Hop for Sale Three BOWl and pigs Will sell as a whole or separately C D MILLER Second street tf Richmond Ky E Deatlierajre Co will sell von bay by the bale or car load Get their prices before buying nlsewlif re Rev Tbnbalake In a Wreck Rev I B Timlirriakr formerly pastor of the BaptiM church here was in jured in anaicidfnt on the Big Four while en route to liantauqua N Y to spend ifs vacation He Hiiffered very badly bruised leg aim is com pelled to use crutches fur a 8hnrt while His friends here nre glad lie fared nil worse e 3 3Cgglnslcop j 4EEeatherageFor Sale InMadisonrooms good water all in cultivation Jas Mitchell For Mitchell heirs Nicholasville Ky Ten Cent party Oil Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock the Ladies Missionary Society will Jive a ten cent party on the lawn of the First Presbyterian Church Re freshments will be served for the small sum of ten cents Every body invited Lambs for Sale I have for sale a few southdown Buck lirnbetthe Cassius M Clay t kand particularsJAS DEJARNETT aug 121m Richmond Ky Another Bud ProfeOr F J Cutter our splendid band instructor has been engaged to teach the Irvine band He goes up each MOIday and Tuesday unit reports that the baud is progressing nicely Deplorable Accident Joe Kindred who works in the head log room at the barrel factory was struck in the eye last Saturday by a bit of a piece of planer The eyesight is most probably destroyed altogether Attention Capt Allman has asked us to notify the public that the promiscuous discharge of fire arms must be discontinu ed or steps will be taken at once for the apprehension of the offending parties Pleased With Oar Paper In a recent letter from Mr Noah Stivers of Farmers City Illinois he enclosed I for subscription to the CLIMAX and added I find a great deal of pleasure in taking the CLIMAX as it keeps me posted on all the news from my old home tine Samples Last Saturday Mr Hugh Colyer presented us with some tomatoes from his own garden They were heautilul specimens and most delicious Mr Colyci is an expert at anything he goes at and this yield proves that he comes up to the standard asa gardener Announces For Jailer In todays CLIMAX appears the an nouncement of Wm C Johnson for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Johnson who is more familiarly known as Buck Johnson is a Dem ocrat of the old school having been a party worker for more than thirty years and now asks the Democracy of Madison to consider his claims and give him the nomination for Jailer Er Hirioa for Sheriff Mr BVB Million announces in this issue of the CLIMAX his candidacy for the officeVjf sheriff of Maditon conntr Mr Million is one of Madison countys most prosperous farmers Hejis a Dem ocrat from the word go and has al ways been known as a gentleman of the highest type It is useless to say that he will make a model officer if elected He earnestly solicits the vote of every Democrat in the county Not tined Several weeks ago we published an account of the arrest of Nannie Milldr a colored school teacher from this place She was tried in Lexington for saving in her possession answers to the examination questions sent out by the State Board of Examiners Sev eral papers published that as a result she was fined 100 which sire prompt ly paid and was released This is a mistake She was dismissed the Commonwealth not having sufficient proof of her guilt Probably however the experience will be a lesson to all who are inclined to go against the laws in such cases fire Alarm On last Friday the fire department was called to Second street to extin guihh a blaze in the double house be longing to Dr L J Frazee t nd occu pied by Mr G W Smiths family and Mrs Rowland A defective flue caused tie trouble Very little damage was done only a small hole being burned in roof ic C L E Oeatherage Co t e Seeds Seeds SEEDS t CI dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that f- J I have all kinds of seeds to sella I am no old hay- 1recd either but I have J x HAYt- o sell by the bale or car loacbc I also handle oats and corn and Northern Seed RyeThose wanting things will do well to give me a calla Pricesreasonf1 able Remember that I have things to J to keep t f x3 f C lE CoiI c DEEPER GUTS IN SUMMER SUITS i g Rare Chance For Cool Clothes at Extremely Low Prices 300 Cut to 116 Tow Linen Suits Nuff said everybody knows this is a great bargain 500 Cut to Dark wear 700Cut 200 359 fallJ500 All wool homespun and wool crash esworthfs wear 200 Cut to 115Neat servicablef Linenette Suits t washes well most unusual values at the price Or0 Vv3 When the Cook Leaves I its mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turnof a Valveand 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 WithGasFuelthere is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitch- enWould You Like To Know About Gas- RICHMOND Water LightCOMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges tOurhas announced himself as a candidate for the office of Magistrate from the Richmond District Mr Dykes has been filling out the unexpired term of Squire D P Armer which he has done with credit to the office and to himself There could be no better selection for the place and so far there is no apposition to his candidacy Judge Bentoas Narrow Escape While endeavoring to rescue Miss Beverly Jouott Circuit Judge James M Benton bad a narrow escape from drowning They were both members of a camping party and while learning to swim the young woman got into deep water and Judge Benton went to her assistance In her terror she clung to him and both were in danger of drowning when Judge Jouett the young womans brother came to their aid Painful Accident While driving down Main street Sat urday Mr Joe Oldham ran ever James the fiveyear old son of Mrs Lillie Buckley who was playing in the street and but for the speedy check ing of his horse the accident might have proved fatal As it was one of the horses feet struck the child and the front wheel of the buggy passed over his body He was considerably bruised but his physician fear noth ing serious Be Kept on Advertising Re didnt have a dollAr he didnt have a dime his clothes and shoes were looking as though theyd served their time He didnt try to kill him self to dodge misfortunes whacks Instead he got some ashes and he filled five dozen sacks Then next he begged a dollar In the paper in the morn he advertised tin polish that would put the son to scorn He kept on advertising and just BOW suffice to say hes out in California at his cottage on the bay Good layers Slit NcaScUco Last November Mrs H C Hempbil bought of Mrs Andrew Hemphill two young turkey hens which began laying the following February and have continued until the present time but have not set a single day The eggs are hatched by a chicken hen and then put with the noasettius turkeys which care for them as if they had spent 30 days in bringing them into existence and with this no time is lost as the turkey hens continue to lay just the same and have since early spring accumulated over 140 ewe- This is Mrs Hemphills first experience with the non setting turkeys sad she would like to hear from ether who have tried them as she 8 Wh t5- kwlKhynieeaeeadt f eJurraal Democratic Ccmaltte Meeting There will be a meeting of the Dem ocratic County Committee of Madison county at the court house on Saturday August 15 1903 at 10 oclock a m There are several important matters to come before the Committee and the presence of every member is very much desired Mr Ballard roriherfff In this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr John W Ballard for Sheriff of Madison county Mr Ballard waffa candidate for this office in the last primary but for good reasons withdrew beloro the election He Is a prominent farmer and stock dealer and is known for his honest and upright dealings He will make a brave and fearless officer if elected He wants the votes of the Democrats of the county and will fill the office with credit to them and to himself if he successful in his race Had to Pay for His Taper People who allow newspapers to come to their address year after year taking them from the postoffice and reading them and then refusing to pay for them are respectfully referred to the following dispatch which appeared in Wednesdays CourierJour nal Henry 0 Mooney a Knox county farmer took the Vincennes Capitol out of the postoffice regularly but he refused to pay for it claiming he bad never subscribed for the paper Edi tor George Cook filed suit and in court Judge Houghton awarded the editor judgment and Mooney will have tq pay m ana coats eWe have too many midsummer Suits its not profitable to carry them to next season and room is needed for fall stock So weve Cut Prices to the Very Bottom Prices that must move them out quickly Kindly read all this advertisement theres something in it you need f Boys Wash Suits Still a good stock to choose from and at these reduced prices no mother can afford to buy cloth and make suits 50c cut to 39c 75c cut to 50c 1 suits cut to 75c BOYS WASH PANTS J Choice line of patterns in linen white duck and colored fabrics 25 cts Cut to = 19 Gents = Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Owen McKee deCased 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 finally Settled The long pending timber and log suit between Captain J M Thomas of Ford and A B Asher of Bell county has been settled at last A compro mise was made last week whereby the timber on a certain tract of land amounting to about 10000 trees is to go to Captain Thomas These trees will make about thirty thousand logs and it was agreed that half shall be delivered each year Captain Thomas engaged Asher to get out the logs for Rtrenoe Agent Sues Prominent People of MadIsOn County Quite a sensation was sprang here Saturday when T C Albritton of Louisville State Revenue Agent through his attorney brought suit against forty of the most prominent and wealthy persons in Madison county The special agent has been here some days making an examination of the re cords of the county clerk for the pur pose of securing an assessment of all mortgage and land notes omitted from the general assessment and the suits he filed today are the results of his die- coveriesthe parties sued appearing to be short in their assessment of this character of property The records show that the assessment for 1903 made September 15 1601 to september 15 1002 about 250000 These im portant suits will be followed by sixty minor ones Among the first list are the following names Thomas J Smith executor J M Riffe executor- C F Burnam Waller Bennett Sallie Ballard George Ames James A An derson Pattie M Hume executrix Sallie E Walker Hattie Buchanan administratrix Hattie Buchanan Waller Bennett heirs at law of John Bennett J Stone Walker a E Welsh Jr Senate Thompson Robert Teater George Tester W D Sanders John X Todd A E Barnes Nannie E Bald win E W Powell J A Powell W S Moberley H C Hargis Sallie Fowler Caroline Farley C T Fox James W Farley H B Dillingham Marion Coy Jeff Cox Joe Collins D M Chenault N P Cobb R R Burnam Lucy F Burn m James Bennett J W Caper ton and William Bennett We see that D B Shackelford Gos customers have made him put in a big stock of Millers Ranges They try to get what people will have tf Grand Clearance Too Many Goods Not Enough Room We will sell from our entire stock during the month of August yt tDry Goods Notions Millinery Cut Glass BricaBrac China Etc at Strictly Cost Price for Cash Only A grand opportunity to buy goods at wholesale prices This sale is genuine no advertising scheme Come see us and be convinced z B W TURNER The following low round trip rates in effect on L N from Richmond San Francisco and return i55 75 July 31st to August 13th limited to October 15th acct G A R Atlantic City and return 1745 July 30th August 6th and 13th limited 12 days from date of sale Niagara Falls and return 1045 Aug 46 11 and 14th limited 12 days from date of sale Cincinnati and return 160 August 9th and 23rd limited to date of saland good only on special train leaving Richmond 630 a m returning Fourth street depot 800 p m J W Hamilton Agent To 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 to 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 earnest 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 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 helptrie secure the nomination My first vote in 1862 was Democratic and I 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 I am feeling goof over my prospects for election There ia no clique or clan running me I am running my own race only Other good Democrats are my conpetitors but I am the oldest man on the track and none would ap preciate the nomination more than your humble servant H KENNEDY MATRIMONIALSToczEnWARnxYOn dav afternoon Mr S R Stocker and Miss Lennis Warren of Poosey were married at the court house in this city The ceremony was said by Rev Mr Stocker REEvxsGmoGsMr Arthur Reeves and Miss Lottie Origgs both of Doyles vllle this county eloped to Jefferson ville Indiana last Saturday where objectlon8PRICEBALLRVTodav Kansas and Kentucky unite hearts and hands when a son of the former state Mr John M Price and a fair daughter of the Bluegrass Miss Fannie Ballew will become one This wedding will be a pleasant surprise to scores of Mends The who is a beautiful young lady is a daughter of Mr aad Mrs George Ballew who reside six miles east of thtecity She possessed of those attractions of mind and person that will make her a charming helpmeet to the man of her choice The groom is a prominent young cat tle dealer Atchison Kansas and is quite well known here where he to gather with his mother and sister Miss Lila has often visited His father the lte John M Price was one of the most influential eitsen of Atchison Immediately after the BMrnage the OO4IpJe will enjoy a wedding trip until etMelBberfirst after wilieR time they wwl be M home to their friends at Price Villa Atcbisoa Kaaww The CLIMAX joins in with tlw hearYM C08 3T Dr Roberts Stricken Our community was very ranch shocked to learn last week that Dr Phil Roberts had been stricken with paralysis his whole left side being af fected At this writing he is doing fairly well and while in a very critical condition his physicians hope that he will ipull through Dr Roberts is a splendid gentleman and has many many friends who will anxiously wait for encouraging news from him Resolutions The following resolutions were adopted at the recent session of the Madison ceunty Teachers Institute 1 RESOLVED That we hereby ten der our thanks to the Board of Educa tion for the use of Caldwell High School building m which to hold our Institute 2 That our thanks are due Mr Samuel Jones the Janitor for his politeness and untiring efforts to keep everything in order We hope he may hold his job so long as he desires 3 That our thanks are tendered J W Wagers for his many compli ments and untiring efforts to make the Institute a success 4 That our thanks are hereby ten dered President Frost Mr CR Boucb er Mrs Yocum and ally others who have lent their assistance in helping to make our Institute a success Also Miss Bell Million Prof Adams and others for furnishing such excellent music 5 That we tender our thanks to Dr R N Roark for the able manner in which he has conducted our Institute We assure him that he has a warm place in the heart of every teacher in 800GtATt 600Rich colors padded shoulders that fit well Lay aside your heavier clothes and find comfort and econo my in these cool light things Bui to7o0Fine fabrics stylishly tailoredchoice suits at small prices 1250 Gut to 900Our finest midsummer suits Elegant patterns some silk linedand think of your saving Straw Hats 150Cut 75 cents Throwawaythe clean one COVINGTON AND RANKS SALE Madison county and hope that in the near future to have him with us again 6 That we remember with pleas ure Hon W T Harris for his vivid and graphic description of the way back6chool and the beautiful con trast made with our present excellent school 7 That we extend our grateful thanks to Hon R W Miller for his beautiful parallel whose uplifting tendency throughout the week has been to us like sweet odors wafted from the most fragrant flowers and we do assure him that it will not fail to have its inspiring influence ever ial our future lives May the same sweet fragrance fill the atmosphere in which he hereafter moves 8 That Whereas a few teachers In order to secure certain schools have contracted to teach six months for five mouths pay a matter which if not discontinued will eventually become quite common and will work hard ships upon teachers Therefore we condemn this prAtfJlce in the most emphatic terms A CALL Inasmuch as there will be some very important measures relative to the common schools come before the Legislature during its next session and realizing the fact that very few if any of our legislators have the interests of our common schools at heart or at least have a knowledge of the real needs of our system of schools Therefore we call upon and earnest ly request that Mr C F Brock submit his name to the people of Madison county ais a candidate to represent us in the next General Assembly As a body of teachers we pledge him our hearty support LEGISLATIVE 1 That the law compelling our teachers to teach one hundred days a full five months term and in adds tion to atttend the Institute five days pay S150 Institute fee and in many instances 410 per week board is un just and should be repealed 2 That at the meeting of the next General Assembly a bill be introduced to extend the school term to eight months and that a uniformity of text books for the State be adopted 3 That Whereas the recent ex tinguishment of practically all of the States debt renders it unnecessary to set aside Sets of the State revenue for Sinking Fund purposes aa provided in present apportionment and where as the present school fund is inade quate to the demands of the system only a five months term being main tained and at extremely low salaries Therefore be iResolved That it is the sanse of this S stitnte that the coming General Asinbiy should enact a law so changing the apportion ment that at lest Sets be transferred from the Sinking Fund to the school fund J B HARRIS B P ALLEN MRS L M POWELL MKS MINNIE TURNER bliss CURTIS MOKINNEY Committee J B HARRIS Chairman GREAT GUT PRICE SALE f ON I LOW SHOES OF TILL KINDS eWe have decided not to carry over any LowShoes this season and begin now to make make prices that will move them Come and get your choice t MENS So 00 OXFORDS Ideal Patn Kid for S3 95 u 400 u u ct r 315 ci 3 50allleather 2 9q- Hr 300tc cI cc 265 215J165 cr 15OH u 115 I J t IrLADIES S3 50 OXFORDS Ideal Patd Kid for2 95 cc 300 ct rt a tc u 265 u 250h Ide it and Plain Kid 215 165G1 50 ci a te 115 95GE RICE AND ARNOLD t Richmondfa Ky l PROFESSIONAL OARDS or AllOJtNE7S III MILLERI ATTOKHYATl KICHMOMO KENTUCKY Office n the Burnam Building next door to armeri National Bank feb3ly A S1tJLIVJ ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen tilts grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY eSTOttice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUN8GLLOR8 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofhee In John Bennetts old law office over Fern Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DKS GIBSON GIBSONJ PHYJJCIAXS AND suiwEuASJ RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oft CIB the Dr Hobson building MinStreet IL c JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Othce StuutTer Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place Broadway 1UHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SUUUEUN RICHMOND KENTUCKY E OYanceDO- Mrs E OYance D 0 Dsteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B g Literature furnished nit- CONSULTATION lication FREE Graduates Southern School Ostbeopathy DENTAL SURGERY DT acttc t Sosoto- grisv op LOUISVILLE KY BuildingiUchmSndn Tl7Iy V M Blanton DENTIST aSOflke iti Bennett Building lanly TBLBPI1OVE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday August 12 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat TTENJ1ON W have moved our produce business from the Eaat End of Main street to the Garuett House storeroom on Second street where wo will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for PoultryHides and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street SPjanlv RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup loiinille Si Italic SWL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Ver aIUe Lairrenceburr Shel mandFor Irvine IlzMam For Millers Creek 2i50 pjn TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and UMam- Qinclnnatl i fitCr m 335FmFromJIilleri O M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyItRichmond Ky Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho Cord Laxative Broino Quinine TrKeta cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 ce- ntsrOTHOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 111 We are pleased tostatethat it is on sale at the tol lowing places in Mnciisou county Arbnekle Simmons R chmond ftearcv Hamilton Waco O Klnnel Red House J W MaRtern Valley View V Whitlock Baldwin NewbyBurtonW T alcr Edenton CottonburgLc C MoWharter Wallaceton Jllckner Early Berea JTCOT Klrksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WA can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not oft cry unusual strengt For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armert old stand 30J1 ly L1 N1 tint a1a Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1246 p m ton Excess sonth bound 1246 p No 6 Cinnati and Livings 125pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Cinnati and Livings 345 a zn ton Express north bound 350 am LlvlnlVl11O 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya ville Accm north bound 620 a m No 11 Stanford and Mays 720 p m yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 pm ford north bound cibTue GroW Land For Rent I have 100 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chen ult SCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Palls Ohio will open in September a Highclass Private School at Klrksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are line 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 Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster HairEt Corner Main and B Streetsaprno lyrPhone 55 = FLOUR o Where are you going my pretty maid f To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of bourse kind sir she said Then Ill po with you my pretty maid V f1f Youll never repent it sir shf said frAnd he never repented in all his life 5 For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife rMADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone I 663 WACOrKY Wool Carding in Season 41 Potent Pill Pleasure The pills that are potent in their action and pleasant in effect we DeWitts Little Early Risers W S plulpot of Albany Ga says Durlnt a bilious attack I took one Small its it was it did me more good than calomel blue mass or any other I evr took and at the same timo it effected me pleas antly Little Early Risers nre certain ly an ideal pill Sold by E L Wines 1m The Insurance Commis sioner of Wisconsin has is sued a ruling that mutual in surance companies in the State must distribute their surplus among policy hold srs at least once in every five years The Housesmiths an d Bridgemens Union stands oy Walking Delegate Parks and this means that no great amount of building can be done in New Yorkunder present conditions miAbGoodasWIicalinlhcMill = I 16 Row Drill 5how- inRISEED1NOMACHINE Both Disk ond Shoe to and Texas r leaders and of the Miners Union were driven out of Col by the citizens who them from jail They had been on of np mine End of a Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stub rightlung was18trikinS myhealthand throat and lung troubles Guar anteed by drug stores Price 50c and Trial bottles lrpe 1m Three persons were and others were in jured by a a train and a trolly car near East St 9 b Disk or Shoe to Disks 90 flflft Bearings used last satisfactionPerfect InSureasrooc1Send for prices and Catalog No SO Illinois Central Railroad Excursion now onSale to ST PAUL MINNEAROLIS and the Northwest Very cheap rates to CALIFORNIA andre = turn account G A July 31 to 13 r i Only through perSonally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California New Arizona Fourteen Idaho killed twenty between Randalia Louis Summer Tickets Rr Mexico arrested ILFlO9 Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southwest Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of the Springs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky f Big Hill Coal i KY Shippers of Alnlte CoalW 4++++ +++ + lot t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinaryIt grate without any attention 1 Jp + + st ++4 +++ +++ ++ + +4 + + ++o u MY NAME IS THURMAN On Row And Buys lntcrchanQeable SHOESWithAttachmentsGrit cotU August inclusive Co ORLANDO Sausage f I L SKINS or further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago He who Knowst and that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates Go to Washington Opportunitiesfor Home Bujlder Lumbernian J Fruit Grqwer Canneryman vFarmet 0z0Mixiex r Investor Manufacturer V FImporter Mrchaht L 0Nunion members Springs charges blowing buildings thouJhtI all SI collision accommodation KentucKyDisk Kentucky Southand Arkansas 4 Knows and Do von know that Wasliingto is the most richly endwed St te In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and sea Note what Washington has Iler nh Industry lead and furnishes the greater share of the salmon used the world over An Opportun Ity for the Cniineryman Her In her industry Is liown by the largest aw inllls In the world backed by a practically Inexhausti ble product Lumber is a necessity and Is fust becoming exhausted In the eastern states Tho Last Chance for the Lumberman Washington will become the greatest fruit producing State While this Industry new yet the fruit of Wash Instoti celebrated Carloads of Washington apples are sold ijnnually In New York City aud flnd a rendy market in many Eastern States An Opening for the Fruit Grower Tile peculiarly favored climate ot Washington au IIs wide range due to differences of Altitude and rainfall ndapttlieHtate to almost every class of cropi raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat barley tiiul oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United States A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and llome Builder The mountains of Washington are filled with mm entU gold silver copper lead iron and coal are await- Ing the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle Is the natural gateway lo the Orient and AlaskaThe shipping of Puget Hounds compares favor ably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Uolden Ku turefor tao Merchant Manufacturer Importer and Cuptali t For tlt se who may wish to investigate or take ad vantage of im opportunity tti participate ID the great de Tuloiieraent that will mark the next decade In this 8tate a special firstclHMi round trip rate of 5000 from Chicago and 4500 from St ran and Mlnnenpnlls has bfcu authorized Dates of xale August lit to llih Inclu sive Final return limit October 15 Liberal stopovers ioand dlvcrso routes will be granted and those desiring lo return throngh California can do so by paying tlljno additional l GgEAT NORTHERN RY0Wrile for Uluotfntcd pamphiots sot Wonderful Washington map For cot plele Information cull on or addroslali tcfeefasLMit or F1 L 1Cs TT A st Paul Minn 1TNEX9 Kentucky Fair Dates daysFern daysShepherdevitle Maysville August 19 4 days daysLondon daysRichmond 12 34and 5 Bardstown September 1 5 days daysSomerset Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 54 days pwenaboroSeptember We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Boggles and runa bouts than we tow have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFP Prop We see that D B Shackelford Gos customers have ninde him put IheytrMice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this lund is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber Tile 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 will either Iropertyforing propety to cull and see me us the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used propertyIsfine stock farm could not secure better property jun 36mo Sheen Schien a Pekin journalist was beaten to death DowagerEmpress reformer His punishment lasted for two hours and the flesh on his back arms and legs was reduced to ribbons TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Hitfail8a on each box 25 cents Two hundred armedmen held up a C O passenger train near Clifton Forge Va and ttempted to secure two negroes in the custody of the authorities with the intention of lynching them The trainmen thwarted their plans Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try- B B B is a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs scales watery blisters pimples aching pricklingulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and most deepseated cases vitalizingtheblood supply to the skin Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broCen down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised patentcompletedirections prepaidbyGa Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m A Missouri woman who had become engaged to a man through a matrimonial bureau refused to marry him when she saw him claiming that he was not as goodlooking as his picture Eat all You Want ordyspepsiatake Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy pieparcs the stomach for the reception retention digestion and assimilation of all of the wholesome food that may be eaten and enables the di gestive organs to transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by E C Wines 1m Directors of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific rail way are considering the ad visability of creating a bond ed indebtedness of 250000 000 to refund redeem or pay outstanding obligations of the companyA BACK The Aches and Pains will Disappear if the Advice of This Richmond Citi zen is Followed A womans back lisa many aches and pains Most times tis the kidneys fault Backache Is ready kidney ache Thats why Doan Kidney Pills cure Many Richmond women know this Bend what one hits to say about it Mrs NJ Oraiiam widow of Main street Hays I cannot find words strong enough to l fellings when praising Domis Kidney pills I had a severe case ot kidney troubles Tho pains across the tmall of my back weie hard to beat and the kidney secretions ureAularIB L MidiieltonV dntc store and gavg them a trial I took only one box and the reliet I found in them leads me to believe Doans Kidney pills the remedyFor BuffaloNYRuuiemhfr the nameDoaiis an take no other 1m Arrangements are wing perfected by the State Mili tary Department t the up todate equipment of the Ken tucky officers and militiamen who will participate In the regular try maneuvers at WestPoint in October rLFarm For Sale Ouooftho Jest farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 14 miles from rail road station and postoffice Excellent improvements all in grass well war tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS aprltf fled House Ky A TEXAS WONDER BAITS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures nll 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 mail on seceipt of 1 One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will eire any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Kv HEAD Tills Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I iitive used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney rind bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began usinc it to day I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty yean and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JOHN A RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For OX8T7MPTION I OUOUfi and OLDS IA Cure Perfect IILungMoney back If It fails Trial Bottles freeI u The Richmond Carriage Works S L Mldkiff Proprietor calls your attention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices Allrubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S I MIDRIFF Prop Save the Children Ninetynine of everyone hundred diseases that have are due to disorders of the stomach and the disorders are all caused by Indigestion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Children thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and enconraire their growth and development Mf Henry Carter 705 Central street Nashville Tn says My little boy is now three years old and has ben suflerine from indigestion ever sinie he was born I1 have hal the best doctors in Nashville hut failed to do him anv good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby I recommend it to all suffers Kodol digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m rI SALES 000 A DAY WatchesI i4 IPrice q which sells at the pricecanies est guarantee and has a larger sale than all other watches Perfect in accuracy size and style other fsoSI7Sdnales every where or posl3 Id by us ortoo Booklet Free Robt H Ingersoll 6 Bro YORKla MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres LUc and Strength hi Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEFand PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January u igo MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Ilarinc examined your Meat and Milt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with and mode of manufacture I can state that it ban efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and inrifforates digestion and Is especially beneficial innerrous prostration and all diseases attended with debility Yours truly 1D KASTENBINE rf D Louiarille College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Loulxvllle K ANNUAL Personally Conducted EXCURSION TO NIAGARA FALLS cN VIAI DArid DetroitThrough Canada AUGUST H 1903 Tickets Good 12 Days 7 00 From Cinti Cheap Side Trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay and Montreal There excursions are very highclamed Currying through sleeping cars are recommended for ladies and children who cn ueprnd upon every rare and protection maklnltoureat accommodation Small par uotlfyInllhave their rooms adjoining securing almoIcomplete tickets deeping car res and other particular information d atlon8fon your nearest G H D Agent or ii G EDWARDS Pass Traffic O Jno JR MCCORD u ti Excursion Ageiit Toledo O Yours +++ GALL AT + JONES BBRSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssss Phone 3 Second St WeaR HeartsArc due to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble undigesliononlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelcatestomachtrouble fourIDCIIII1sKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlesonly 100 Size holding 2K times tie trill size which sellsfor SOc Prepared by Eo 0 DWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas OneEye Ata Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles S a Qeat- 1tat St icmOtd h No such thing a Riimrnhr complaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every looseness of the riow 1m lH NewYork ISTHE Clipper Greaf All persons Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to bo without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sale by partsofSAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER New York city Dragging Pains StCHICAGO Oet2 1902 I suffered with falling and congestion of the womb with severe sufferedstriation had blinding headaches braunWhat andfailedof Cardui that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant hadtheseemed to course through my veins sad after using bottles I was a wellwoman 1 Mrs Bush is BOW in perfect health because rite took Wise of Cardni for menstrual disorders glIeadachesfailed to brisg her relief Any 8affora T secure health by taking Wine ot Cardui in her home theptient rtBfIpeialrIDptoIns The LadieS Advi ChattuoOge I1 JJ andPichWiltiamsonclass on the market We would begladfor 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 specialtyLet us Give you an estimate- on your workerfv r K I Respectfully ARBUGKLE I SIMMONS Paperill Something New = THE GLOBE Clothing Shoe and Gents Furnishing House is now open to the public and we cordially invite imI shelves but which we propose to sell STa 1 Iit OOO tt e 35at 315es I we will offer during opening week our IO and 1250 Suits at i J 1 750 and 15 and J8 Suits at 1000 We will also offer 350 4 and 5 L Shoes At 3OO LadiesShoes f I We will also carry a full and complete line of the very latest styles in Gents Furnishing H Goods which will also be sold at cut prices during the opening week Jrl I I See Our Line of Latest Style Hats Roseiisteiii Co 208 byJohn I R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY IJ MAIN ST PRODUCE i lt Fxchangefor p a Groceries Everything sold at LOWiST PRleES I CALL AND SEE ME 4 R H IIUMPHEYS c0tV Jtt Telephone 3J f RED MENS PatJ andCarnivaIirAug m and Sjcpt lt23t 4S