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II IFi gmJ J in Tim RICHMOND CLIMAX v ZUME 3L 13ot1kTHI3YGOEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods at the 7CashStore MUST QO c Greatly Reduced Prices on all Summer Dress Gooods Wash Goods White Goods Ginghams Lawns Embroideries Laces Etc Etc1 Ladies Shoes and Slippers Mens Slippers and Low Cuts Colothing Hats and in fact every thing is offered at prices so low iiasto surprise and please all An op S portunity to secure bargains at r your own price Dont Miss It We have been selected and appointed 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 SOAPA- nd will use no otherf f fThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Roval Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR 1U Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross f f J LACKYHAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inraIlDecorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from J StflJ eflJ Xs Oeo M WiHging 209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to ST PAUL MINNEAPOLIS tf and the Northwest Colorado Utah Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs J AT REDUCED RATES jt Only line running throu1i h personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas LRoP Secial Low One way and Houndtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Far 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 V W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky S 6 Ir The Walters School 4- RICHMOND KY J 1An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools course of study thorough Jpractial and comprehensive fits boys for the leading colleges or af J- J fords a substantial preparation for I- fJ business or professional schools Methods comprise frequent J written recitations attention toeach J boy individually afternoon session devoted entirely to study J J Location and equipment are un Ifx lled rJFor catalogue etc write James TV Barrett Principal c Ji Announcements FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W MadisonCountyIc authorized to announce B B Million candidate for sheriff of Miidison County sub ject to the action Democratic Party FOR MAGISTRATE We are authorized to announce J IDYERS a candidate for magistrate in the Richmond magisterial district subject to the ac lion of the Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER ofUadlsonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C QRIGGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison ounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER 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 late for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the actl n of the Demficatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic ere authorized to announce PETER G PAIUtlSH candidate fur Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party RSONIAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action iif the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce J nKKNNEDY of Vest End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for jailer of Madison DemocratIcFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLAND totheFOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor ubJect to the action of the Democratic party FOIl COUNCILMAN LLEfoDSmood subject to the action of the Democratic parly We nre authorized to announce D B Coullcllmanfromof the Democratic party TWlIsONtheDemocro1l1c WBAtESEnd Want subject to the action of the Demo cratic party WILL1AIDYBER theDemocratic ALEXMAUPIN theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce ANSIL D MILLER as a candidate for Councilman from West End ward xubject to the action of the Democratic phrty FOrt CONSTABLE- We are authorized to announce L M sunjecttoWe are authorized toannounceJ L BAXTER SctionIt will impress Americans that there must be some mistake about the report that the supreme court of Austria has decided that marriages be tween Christians and persons pf no particular creed are in valid An application of this doctrine to American marriages makes the Austrian decree nothing less than startling Think if you can of the result of such a decree in this country where scores and hundreds of church so cieties are made up almost wholly of women with godless husbands If Austria is not doomed to race suicide the men in that county tire more religious by far than the men are in this land of gospel light and privileges There are 785 candidates for admission to Yale in the entering classes of next Sep tember Call For Primary At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky held at the City Hall in said city on July 30ih 1903 at 2 oclock pm 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 forth purpose of nominating candidates to represent the Democratic party to he voted for at the regular November election 1903 as follows viz A candidate for tho office of Justice of the Peace for the City ot Richmond magisterial district of Madison county to Fill out an nnexplred tnriu A candidate for the office of onbta ble of the City of lilchtnond mnsdster ial district of nladisin county to till out an unexpired term Candidates for the HUKO of Council titan for the City of Richmond two from each of this three boundaries respectively us set out in the ByLaws and Ordinances of said city being six candidxtes for Councilman in all 2 That polls he opened in each of the four voting precincts in said city as defined by Jaw and at the regular and ciiHtniaO places in said precincts Said polls shall he opened at oclock a in and closed at 4 oclock p in 3 Any person desiring to become candidate to be voted for at said pri mary election for any of the oflices above set out shall on or before 12 oclock noon September 3rd 1903 de potdt with W It Shackblford the sum of five dollars 500 which shall be deemed legal notice of paid persons cmuliitacy 4 All persons known to be Democrats and who affiliate with the 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 Raid city of Richmond prior to the Nov ember election 1903 who declare their intention of affiliating with the Demo cratic party shall be deemed qualified to vote at oaid primary election- v R SlIACKELFOUT Chr Dem City Cimmittee Kentucky Should Help There is a movement on foot to erect a monument in New York to the memory of Steven C Foster the songwriter Foster wrote more songs which met with success than any other American- A list of them brings to mind almost all the songs that have been sung by the generation that has just gone off the stage though a few of them hold on to the present Old Black Joe is still heard and apreciated Suwanee River is a favorite of those who love the plantation ballad and Massas in the Cold Cold Ground will have a perma nent place in African melody While these are enduring as musical productions go their author who has given pleas ure to so many millions should have a more enduring mo ment His memory appeals to Kentuckians more than to any other people where does any Kentukian hear My Old Kentucky Home even at home without being thrilled with delight and if he should hear it when far away his emotions are often overpow eringFoster wrote the one dis tinctive song of Kentucky and Kentucky should join other states in showing their apreciation of his genius DeWitt is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWftt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts pilesThezel Salve due to its many cures has raused numerous worthless counter felts to be placed on the market The irennine bears the name of EC DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by E C Wines Hot Shot If you give some fellows a talent wrapped in a napkin to start with in business they would swap the talent for a gold brick and lose the napkin and there are others that you could start out with just a napkin who would set up with it in the dry goods business in a small way and then coax the other fellows talent into it Pay day is alwavs a month off to the spendthrift and he is never able to realize more than sixty cents on any dollar that comes to him But a dollar is worth 106 cents to any good business man and he never spends the dollar I always lay it down as a safe proposition that the fellow who has to break open the babys bank for car fare to ward the last of the week isnt going to be any Russell Sage when it comes to trad ing with the old mans money When I was a young fellow and out of a place I always made it a rule to take the first job that offered and to use it for bait You can catch a minnow with a worm We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so em phatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor especiallyto ing appetite of giving new i of a medicine sampleSCOTT 409415 1earl Street New York See ndioo i all druggists and a bass will take your min HOW A good fat bass will tempt an otter and then youve got something worth skinning Adam invented all the different ways in which a man can make a fool of him self and the college yet at the end of them is a frill that doesnt change essentials There are times when it is safest to be lonesome Use a little common sense cau tion and conscience You can stock a store with these three commodities when you get enough of them But youve got to begin getting them young They aint catching after you toughen up a bit Seeing the world is like charity it covers a multitude of sins and like chari ty it ought to begin at home The only animal that the Bi ble calls patient is an ass and that has been good doctrine and good natural histo ry You must learn not to overwork a dollar any more than you would a horse Three per cent is a small load for it to draw six a safe one when it pulls in ten for you its working out west and youve got to watch to see that it doesnt balk when it makes twenty you own a blame good one or a mighty foolish one and you want to make dead sure which but if it draws a hundred its playing races or something just as hard on horses and dollars and the first thing you know you wont have a carcass even to haul to the glue factoryExchaugeThe A little thing soraetiires results in death Thus a mere scratch insignifi cant cuts or putty boije have paid the death penalty wise to have Kucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when burns sores ulcers and piles threaten Only 25c at all druu stores 1m List year there was in op eration in the San Fernando Valley of California the larg est combined harvester in the world It consisted of a trac tion engine capable of haul ing seventyfive tons and which takes the place of sixty horses a header or mowing machine which cuts a thirty six foot swath and complete threshing machine The header and threshing ma chine are run by a separate thirtyhorsepower engineget ting its steam from the same boiler as th threshing engine The drive wheels of this mon ster traction engine are eight feet in diameter with tires fortyeight inches wide on which are ridges an inch pnd a half high It can average three and a half miles an hour in good grain The thresher has a capacity of 100 acres a day Eight men are employ ed on the thresher The grain is threshed clean and finally carried to a bin from which it is sacked When twelve sacks have been filled they are allowed to slide off the cart to the ground This huge machine will work equally well on level or hilly country having sufficient power to take a 10 per cent grade without difficulty It is sixtysix feet long half as wide and weighs more than 100 tons Oil is used as fuel This harvester has been successfully used for shelling peas and beans as well as grain It is purely a Cali fornianproduction Suicide Prevented- The startling announcement that a preventive ol suicide had been discovered will many A run down system or despondency invaribly 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 Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great stomach liver and reg ulator Only 50c Satisfaction guar an teed by all diujrcists 1m Formelr Sheriff Brick Combs of Jackson denies that he told Ewen to keep his damned mouth shut discussingI Cincinnati Fall Festival Novelty in the arrange ment of exhibition features is eagerly sought by promo tersofIndustrialExpositions The Fall Festival Association of Cincinnati claims to have solved the problem of com biningusefulness and beauty for display purposes in the Hall of all Nations for the September Festival The floor of the great Music Hall will be arranged in series of booths each representing some nation of the world England France Spain Ger many Russia Ireland America etc with decorations ar chitecture costumes and so far as may be exhibits show ing the typical products and industries of the country represented The melchan ts and business men of Cincinnati have not been slow toappreci ate the decorative advantages of the Hall of all Nations for representing their goods and importations under the most favorable conditions One Im porting house will display silks laces and feminine trI- fles under the French Tri- Color another cotton duck prints and drillings under the Stars and Stripes The Brazilian flag willwave over a booth wherein the en tire process of gathering drying and roasting coffee from the berry will be carried on The Russian booth will exhibit costly furs the cup that cheers yetno tinebriates will be brewed under the claws of the yellow dragon guardian of the Celestial Empire Memories of the Ger man father land of Erin will be revived by handsomely decorated booths maintained by patriotic societies of those countries whose citizens have found a new home under the gracious shadow of the American eagle The attend ents of all the displays in the Hall of all Nations will wear the costume of the country to whose booth they are attachedthus maintain ing a picturesque ensemble Forty Acres and a Cabin If Robert G Ingersol had been less analytical a little more considerate of the cler gy and more sparing in rid icle some of the things he said and which are really worth remembering would have given him a place in hearts now entraged Few men have written with greater pathos or expressed in lan guage more sublime the ideal happiness which may come from right living here and his home life was such as many of his critics and tradu ers would do well to imitate His heart was near to nature and his hand was not with heldfrom those in need A young man who once sought a clerkship in Washington and who had written for an en dorsement from Mr Inger solreceived the following characteristic reply Young man I vould rather have for ty acres of land with a log cabin on it and the woman I love in the cabin with a little grassy winding path leading down to the spring where the water gurgles from the lips of the earth whistling day and night to the white peb bles a perpetual poem with holly hocks growing at the corner of the house and morn ing glories blooming over the the low latched door with lat tice work over the window so the sunlight would fall check ed on the dimpled babe in the cradle and birds like songs with wings hovering in the summer air than to be the clerk of any government on earth A clock with a dial 120 feet in diameter is being built at Milwaukee for the St Louis Exposition George B Warner was held without bond to answer for the killing of Pulaski Leeds in LouisvilleMeat Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltrEtidorsed by leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficientNerve and Blood tonic Makes Muscleis InviKoratipg anti appetizing Haa no equal asa Strength Builder- If your drHpcift cs not supply it send 125 to Robt J Frich cor 7th and Main Sta or Leon Abraham cor 1st and Broadway Lottteville Ky and a Quart bottle will fee nt to yoa ex press prepaid THE BUSY BEECASN STORE placed morning prettiest Novelty Waisting grades fall already complete placed Richmond qnalities children styles qualities the and Waiting always welcome All prices you Summer Clothing Ovfords and children Summer Remnants W D boxes All A of times as result of from organs to pills an to it Try 20 Good to 28 with to October Drawing Room D C Park Lake time of trains on or o P G P A Ohio hand all a from mines Brush to to an your giving perfect other grades 55 a share your We CQaI UP The Final Argument these weekly talks of months we on many sides of question we to in we sought to Rive truth in favor of these talks have brought us many friends methods business have cemented their wo only in business relations we intentions as of pudding is in mctiting success is shown in the of Next We Will our the BestClothinginthe Schloss of there is little cause that we such mont bears label iRIS Itsale already to in beautiful stock in Percales Cheviots other wash suitable child school dresses boys ladies wrappers 2s6 We have on this the line new stuffBrightenOur Line of Fine Shoesand Low for and have come in and sale and is the ever on sale in see our origitlalMenank out when the and are Even boys and cant go they buy their shoes here The newest the all the best the all Give us a trial on shoes ofLadieseat them the Room You are Make our house your home in the lit Spring and Summer Goods are sold at that are so low that it is a to take them the asked for any Dress Goods for ladies men Wash Stuff buy them now at less than half away OLDHAMTO rToCure a Cold in Day I Laxative Quinine Tablets 1Seven Million sold post months This Signature u Puts an End to grevous wail comes a pain over taxed Dizziness backache liver complaint and constipation But thanks Dr Kings New Life they put end all are eentle but them Only 25c guaranteed by all 1m HALF RATES TO Baltimore MarylandV- IA 6 AD ACCOUNT Sovereign Lodge IooPTickets September 19 and September 3 1903 Trains Dally 3Solid Coaches Dining Cars Sleepers and Observation Cars STOPOVERS AT Washington Deer Mt Park and Oakland Mil For rates sleeping car Reservations etc call your nearest Ticket Agent address MCCARTY We keep on at times supply of Brush Creek Coal the new that are be ing operated Creek and do not hesitate say that you will find this ideal Coal and will reduce coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time you Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and Coal Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still the e 5 and of patronage Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good- Weight Letcher Witt Yard and Warehouse 142 L N Depot Richmond Ky SUMMING In the past few have touched the clothing have be all our have facts and facts onlyneither stretching the onr nor conditions competition- In the new and our of patronage In the newspapers can DECLARE our Intentionsbut our can PUOVE our and the proof the the sitting onr tremendous increase our business Submit Case to Jury As we sell the made by Pros Co Balti more for wonder have won wide popularity Every gar this t6r ImO SCiarsitasa Draperj SIIDcrlacilLI OUR FALL GOODS j are beginning come We are showing a new anti new materials for rens etc just sale of Medium Priced Shoes winter placed on it most line Ladies pick em styles right wrong if are allthe prices lowest in while city being almost shame at raoney them If need price almost given MEN Take in 12 it unbearablb They thorough druggists S Grand 18 returning privilege Vestibuled Cincinnati good Ky be in solicit Phone endeavored impartial statements distorting meantime Week World Ginghams waistings Ladies f co OUTFITTERS PARTICULAR One Bromo Cement Cares Crip in Two Days on every box 25c urniiwe b j Every admirer of beautiful house fur IfJIt A Bed Room Suits i Complete Dining Room Outfits Handsome Parlor Fixtures J Beautiful Odd Chairs 1 everythingJjRemember the namejJO S JOPLIN and the place Main Street in the Collins Building Undertaking a Specialty A I t m m R H HUMPHREYS ffi GROCERY toJ MAIN ST 71 PRODUeE Exchangefor 1 Groceries Everything sold a- tLOWEST PRIGES fo CALL AND SEEM- EII fo R H HUMPHEYS n j 0 Telepul 31 I L H L r t p v Lf A I I KSP S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S I s 3flt ih f AT COST 1111- a titqr 1 h sI S V I5jSs S I 4H OXFORDSp I L U 5S 5 J ANDS 5S 5S 5 5s- S s 1 I Summer Underwear 1 1- i it 1- s e s 1 A T CDS T 0 S To Make Room For Fall Stock E s5I i i j1 CRLTCHER TRIBBLE 1 1 Main Street Richmond Kys I s S tS s S i izirr iS Ss s SssS S Sss SSSs S ooeI tie Richmond Climax mn J J CUENATJLTPreSIdent-O MILLER Editor Manag- erVDNESAY U u AUG ID IO3 IKI HKI VKm H- ITs Climax Printing Co Iurorponhtt- 11DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTHS ATTORNEY lION B A CttUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to aiinncnee BUD DUNN a r4ndldste for As 3or of Mudlson county ubiect to the action of the Democratic party =IllBSIDHNT KoiSEVELT seuins to be up against Ihe money problem Re 1tntJIt Oyster Bay where he is suui ris ring he had au allnig Us conference w ib the members of the subcommit leroflhe Senate Finance Committee Tiw discussed the subject of financial legislation which will come up at the approaching session of ConKroa and iu dictiinns now are that an extraordinary Bustnm will be called in October It isutber understood that bankers from- all iv r h WHmitrV v411 be asked for suu stlons on this question It is the h of the committee to devise an K MO Currency systHinone that will ex ud to meet uecefiitiHS and contract u thuse necessities shall cease tll tX t NEVE was a more intense or more BIV ling indictment dilivered iu a- Cr room than was uttered by J S lev Websier county attorney 01 Ji rneon County in the JettWlute trt He stood up this brave young K inkian fearlcssus a iu anti faced mid White whom hti accused as t murderers of J U M nuui and tnn in an equally direct way he uam ei J lines Uargis and EI Callahan ab tin rUe lenders in the Uruathitt troub IK would that there were more like this rave youiiason of Kentucky who da e1 to speak what he iiievea to be tit truth LIEUTENANT GENERAL Nelson A tliin lisa retired by tli age limitation from the army His last nlerB were in th iiu nfa farewell CFBrawefCo LEXINGTON KY Mantels Tiles vt Trimmings vlixtociillyonr attention to our largo ami carefully selected line of Mant lH embracing all gr clm fniin the clienpret JJwl HIKIIII Mantel without cabinet to Ihu inoHt elaborate letign with hirgii and liiindcoine carving IATKO B iriiniiit of Tiles in all the new flert8 iu Onyx and Chipped Faced- FmtneHGrates Snmtn r Pieces in copper bra 4id niikel Cereamic Mosaic The Latest Art Tiling Most durable and sanitary floor covering iirnile Fur Haiti Room Vetlbule Hallways Eulinateu Elven i CFBnMnertCo MAIN AND BltQiDWAY LifXJNGJON Iy iJ u A Stupid Slander Lexington Democrat Aug 13 The elfect of the lying Republican sheets that find publication in Kentucky upon those of their partisans published abroad and as previously outlined in The Democrat finds ex pression iu one of the most senseless vicious untrue absurd and ridiculous comments over uttered since the printing press has been invented and which appeared in the columns of the InturOcaau of Chicago Whoever wrote the lotter is not only a sensationalist of the first degree bui a fabricator of the highest type who either knew nothing of the subject up on which he wrote or has willfully misrepresented the facts in the hope ol increasing the consideration at the rate of one penny per line Such men if it be lawful to call them men are no credit to the newspaper profession and they cast dishonor upon all with whom they uomeiu contact If the contribu tion was sent by a staff correspondent he ought to be summarily dismissed without an opportunity explanation because there is none forthcoming publicly chastised by such a reprimand as will inflict a lasting lesson upon hit diseased mind If it can come from the veil ol a resident correspondent then muria the dhauie and disgrace for he is a curse to Kentucky and a blight upon her honor and integrity In either case he is stioru of all man hood honor and decency and has uu spirit of right above the level of a man gy coyote or spark of honor superior to that felt by a louse on the head of a modern Lazir That ICeutuskiaus may know just what kind of literature is being sent out concerning Kentucky we print excerpts from the article in question along with an editorial from the CourierJouruul ou them In another part 01 tliii paper The entire article is a lie and doubt less the writer knew it at the time he sent it out and The Democrat challeng es refutation of what it says As a matter of fact JeLL has only been pat doueu once by Gov Ueckham and that for a there dUmeauor anti only after he had served a cousiderable portion of bib lerin and then upon the request ufa large number of petitioners horn the county in which he lived Let it be distinctly understood the InterOouau is a rampant Republican organ unable to keep alive on its ulerits and must perforce like iu Kentucky contemporaries and ulliessuL sisi upon public pap in the shape Ot subsidies which are given as salaries for federal offices which they cannot and do nut properly fill With this understanding the spirit ol the sheets that now assail Governor Uevkhaui and the motive underlying it ill may be set1t and understood and it will be given the discredit it justly de serves In a large measure the Repub heal journals in Kentucky are respon sible lor this latest outrage against the Stato Their vicious statements al together untrue and known so to be at the lima 01 their publication induce other sheets of like political infamy uutside of the State to follow suit To the Democrats of Madison County In this issue of the UUMAX my an nouncement fur Jailer of Madison county appears I appealto the Dem ocrats of this county to help me secure tile nomination My first vote in 1802 was Democratic and 1 have been a Democrat ever since Have lived in Madison for twentyfour years and huvo tried lo make a good citizen in every particular Have been frequently sent by thy party to other counties in State and district elections quietly doing what I was sent to o1 resulting in good for the party whichI 1 love audit I should be will still be subjct to my partyV call I am feeling gooi over my prospects for election There is no clique or clan running me I am running my own raco only Olher good Democrats ire my con tllitulH tilt I am the oldest nun on the track and none would appreciate ut nomination wore titan your humble servant IHIENNEDYRe- 1ldcnc for Sale A nice residence on High street con taming eight rooms bath room with hqtand cold water the property of Mrs Cindn Karr For particulars call on oraddress either of the undersigned tIns CINDA KARK WI t DOUGLAS jul204t Richmond Ky Auctioneer My services an an auctioneer can be secured br leaving word at the State Rank Trust Company or by writing- T D CHESADLT Telephone bUrtnJ4 isLltf Tamil Ay iIi Ii Call for Democratic Convention- to Nominate Candidate for Representativ- eAt a meeting of the Madison County DHinocratic Committee held in the Curt House at Rich mond Aug 15 1903 pursuant to cull It was ordered 1st For the purpose of nomina ting a candidate for Reprosenta tive in the General Assembly to be voted for ut the November elec tion 1903 there shall be held in Hitch voting precinct in Madison county und at the regular voting SaturdaySeiiteiitbur standard tune u inns convention of the Democratic voters of each or said precincts who shall select del precinctsitwhich shall hA held in the Court House ut Richmond tit 10 oclock SeptenlberThat said county convention shall nominate a Democratic can didate for Representative to ba voted for at the November elHc tion 1903 2nd That the representation of each precinct slni be one vote for each fifty and fraction over 25 votes cast for C L Searcv in the regular county election 1901 3rd That under said apportion ment each precinct shall be entitled to votes as follows Court House 2 Beamallow 2 West End3 Kingsto3University 4 Blue Lick 2 East End 3 Berea Chdimult 3 Clay2ior- rest Hill3 Duncannou 2 White Hull3 BurnJlm3M- Croury 4 Tevis 8 Tipton 3 Crutchtir 2 y2WncuBrassfield 2 Biggerbtaff 4 4th The delegates chosen in each precinct shall be certified III writing signed by the chairman mid secretary of the precinct con vention and placed on file bfore the county convention JOHN B CHENAULT Chairman R W MILLER Secretary KIRKSVILLE Mr J Smith Wagers and wife of Winchester are visiting Mr Oscar Welton near here Mr Wagers is a prominent Attorney of Winchester Mr Ambercumbia and wife of New Smyrna Fla are boarding at Mrs Hiddeltons They are so well pleased with Kentucky that they are thinking 01 locating here Mrs J W Burton and son attended the Danville fair last week and reported that everything was first class Our town has recently undergone some improvements Tut Masonic hall has had a new roof put on and u new coat of paint Altogether the building is greatly improved Miss Ora lleudren began her fourth term as teacher of the public school at lila place on last Monday A full at tendance was reported Mr G 0 Lair of Lancaster visited his mother here this week Rev Potter preached at the Presby terian church here on list Sunday Mr Potter was formerly pastor of the church here but is now located in the outli His many friends were glad tu see him again in his old pulpit- A protractedineetine is in progress U Mount Tabor near Paint Lick Tilt services are being conducted by Rev HuseyManager George Shepherd is booming things now for the school which opens the first of September Tuesdayforwish her a safe journey W Sowers and tons stave an old time negro minstrel lat night A good crowd witnessed the performance A prize for the prettiest girl in the house was awarded to Miss Bet tie Broaddus Mr R L Brown of this place was IlteveryperiousIUneBlLof with Typhoidpneumonia Elder Bruce preached tp a crowded house every night last wepk at Nina Manager Shepherd is having his occupiedbyboarding house He will take posses AugustMrcottages which will be qtIte an addi tlon to our town Jersey Cow For Sale I have for sale a iico Jersey cow fresh with calf and numbllr one milker For particulars call on undersigned anR124t RijE TCRLBY For Sale 20 acre fKJoi near Vi Icy View In Madison coutity ROod ouse of four rooms good water nil i cultivation fCh4tUor t I RELIGIOUS Rev William Crowe Jr of Frank PresbyterianThe Kentucky State Sunday school Lexiujtonhavin oclockRev EChurchRev W H Dodge went to Kirks ville last Sunday where he assisted in RatchfordPresbyterian church at that pla- ceMATRiMONIAL weddingcer county when Proiesaor John No land of this city and Miss Annie Bailey were made one The young cou pie have been sweet hearts tor some time and their wedding came as no surprise Immediately after the ceremony they came to this city where they have taken rooms with Mrs Thomas Thorpe on High street The bride who is an attractive blonde is a daughter of Mr and Mrs S L Bailey who reside a few miles out from Har rodsburg and a neice of Mrs David Big emtar of this city She has olten visited here and has many friends who will gladly welcome her back Mr Nolund is a native of this county lie is a graduate of Central University and is at present assistant principal positionHe has also been connected to a considerable extent with the county schools and now aspires to the olHce of county superintendent of schools lie is possessed of those tlti qualities of mind and character that go to make up a perfect man and now in this new life the CLIMAX wishes to congratulate Professor and Mrs Poland and wishes them all the happiness possible Mo e Tall Men Since publishing a list of tall men ol the town and county the following names have been sent in WT Collins May Collins R D Williams E N Parke H E Parrish B S Phelps and B E Parke The average height of the men is C feet 2 inches and from all accounts taU men and tall mules are the kind to put in a harvest field iiwe are told that it took only six days for seven of these men and four mules to put up one hundred acres of hay The average height of the mules was 17 hands One Hondreth Anniversary The Cane Spring Baptist church will celebrtite its one hundreth anniversary on the 24th and 25th of this mouth There will be services on each of these days beginning at three oclock p m on the first day and at 11 a ui on the second This is one of the oldest and best known churches iu the county and is known astlie hard Shell Hap tist Its membership number about two hundred probably one of the bar gest of this denomination in the State Another remarkable feature of this old church is that for fifty years it has en joyed the services of one pastor Rev William Rupard of Clark county PAIiVT LICK Mr A B Estridgij has the founda Lion laid for his new store and it will not be long until he will be ready for business again Mr Will Fish intends to erect a hand some two story building the upper part to be used as a mill This is bad ly needed in our town pnd will be quite au addition Work hiss been begun on the bank Messrs Keniper and Woods went to Cincinnati last week and bought the new fixtures for the batik Miss Jennie Parkes and several others attended the Lexington fair last weekMiss Eliza McBride and neice Allene Hart of Louisville are visiting their aunt Mrs R G Guyn Miss Maggie Ronnick and Louis Guyn are the guests of Mrs Mattie landusky in Jessamine county Misses Annie Paris of Dayton Ohio and Katie Denton of Lexington are expected soon to visit their aunt Mrs William Wallace Salem Wallace will also visit ids relatives here Miss Mamie Ferguson of Mt Vernon is the pleasant guest of Mrs Will ChampMiss Preston of Louisville is the charming guest of the Misses Lear Mrs Marion Wayta of Virginia and Mrs Ellen Wilson of Ohio ae visiting their mother Mrs Dr Mays Mr B L Jennings has purchased the Nichols property and will erect a handsome residence Mr Will levis who recently sold his prospectingto grow up with the country The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Mt Tabor closed last Friday night with four additions Rev S W Reid of Louisville will begin a series of meeting at the New SundayEverybody tend Rev O S Young will go to Lexing ton tomorrow to attend the Sunday School convention Rev Ratcbford was installed as pastor of the Kirksvillo Presbyterian church last Sunday 4+++ ++++++++++ + + t t Job Printing J T Is like everything else yon t 4 want the best THE CLIMAX 4 has new and uptodate faces J tof type and carries only the t- t nicest grades of stationery jYou will be pleased with our t work Try us t++ ++++ ++ ttO OTJBE A COLD IN ONE DAY rake laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets lijtfailsa on each box Jo cents HALF RATES TO Baltimore Maryland VIA j 5 6 SAJD ACCOUNr Sovereign Grand Lodge I O O FTickets will be sold for all Trains September 1819 and 20 Good returning to September 2S with privilege of extension to October 3 1903 Vestibuled Trains Daily 3Solid Coaches Dining Cars Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation Cars STOPOVERS AT WashiD lon DO Deer Park Alt Lake Park and Oakland Md For rates time of trains eleepme car HescrvatioDB etc call on your nearest Ticket Agent or address 0 P MCCARTY G p A Ciocianati Oitio C Mr Woods Describes Hb Trip Through Canada Toronto Montreal Quebec Etc LETTER NO 1J Lexington Louisville Chicago Battle Creek Niagara Falls Toronto Montreal Quebec Portland Maine Old Orghard Beech Muskoka Lakes These are places visited a week ago by the eighty Kentucky editors their wives sisters and sweethearts At every point we were the recipients of attention and hospitality such as only Kentuckians can fully appreciate The L N railroad gave us all free passes to and from Lexington and a special train to Louisville where two sleepers were presented us by the Pullman Car Co To Chicago via the Monon railroad free thence three thousand miles on the Grand Trunk the famous Canadian railway every mile of the distance free anti down the St Law lence on the beautiful steamer Kings ton to Montreal What more could be asked To top oil the affair Mr R McO Smith and Col H R Charlton passenger agent and advertising man tiger ol the Grand Trunk respectively accompanied our party on the entire journey through Canada and made themselves indispensable by many acts of kindness not the least of which was recovering lost articles and de layed baggage of cureless members of our party These gentlemen with Secretary Bob Moruuigstar had planned every thing for our comfort In advance so that there was not a hitch in the arrangements nor a minute lost to the sightseers on this most memorable tripAnnually the Kentucky Editorial As sociation takes an outing in the past having visited the Nashville Omaha and Atlanta Expositions Petonkey PutinBay Salt Lake City and manj other points in the United States This year the indefitigable and popu lar Secretary Bob Mornlngptar of Bowling Green had to scratch his head and think of some fields new and pastures green to which to take this Kentucky editors Luckily for us he hit upon journey through Canada I want to tell the readers of the CLIMAX something in detail of tliis jmmey but I shall have to extend my narrative over several Issues of the paper hence I must confine this are tide to an introductory and a brief description of our meeting at Lexing ton Ve were there two days transact lug business electing new officers antI enjoying the hospitality of the news papers the Democrat edited by the Napoleon of Journalism W P Wal ton the Herald edited by the brilliant W C Pi Ureckmridge whose son DIi oha is the accomplished manager the Leader edited by Hon Sam Roberts a bosom friend of McKinley and the Observer edited by our old colleague R Lee Davis than whom there is not a more accomplished news gather on the State press Next to these breth ten we were most hospitably enter tamed by Judge James H Mulligan at his palatial residence at a grand re ception attended by the elite of Fay ette county the Governor of the State and other notables Manager Fitzger aid of the Street Railway gave us three special cars to the Reform school where our party was handsomely en tertained at dinner under the forest trees Dr Red wine Superintendent of the Asylum gave us a grand dinner the first day and showed us through the wellmanaged institution as did Supt Dunk of the Reform school The handsomest structure on the sol of Kentucky to my mind is the Lexington court house which cost complete nearly 300000 Judge Frank Bullock was our host here and gave us the use of the elegant circuit court room for our sessions JudgeBullock is the most popular man in Fayette county and as he went to college here in Richmond he is dear to us all He has a remarkable record for success in public life but the future is full of promise of even greater things An other citizen who stayed right with us all at Lexiugtonwas theSupt of schools Casaiday one of the finest men in the world He and John Skaiu the popular proprietor of the Leland Ho tel and a leading politician and bright postprandial orator personally saw that the editors wanted for nothing They carried us to the Reform school to the State College Kentucky University Judge Mulligans and to the Asylum where Mr Skain wittily said we were always welcome without money and without pricewltli cents or without sense I cannot refrain from noting the absence of one person from the throng to whom we are Indebted for distinguished courtesies at Lexington Hon Waiter S Broiiston Death had but recently removed hun from the scenes that so well knew and loved his pres ence causing us to lament his tragic tate when else he would have been chief of our entertainers Our s ay in Lexington was all we could have asked Our business sessions were brief but interesting Editor Lew Brown of Uarrodshurg contributed more to the meeting than all ptners combined by his paper on legal advertising Paul Moore of the Earlington Bee suc ceeded Mr Thos G Watkins of the CourierJournal as President I had the honor of naming our beloved neigh Cot Louis J audrain of the Lancaster Record for VicePresident Of course Bob Moruingstar was given a new lease on the Secretaryship which none could fill half so well as IIP Next year we will probably go iu a body to the St Louis Exposition I leave to another time a description of our journey through Canada Suffice to say although I have visited every large city in the United States except San Francisco and Boston jny Canada trip beats all I met but two familiar faces Brother Hugh AIcLcllan who was outing on Mnskoka Lake and Mr D S Dunlop a Sigma Nu brother at Battle Creek CliARENCE E XVoODS DBATHb BONNY Mrs Lucy Bonny died Mon day afternoon at tim home of her daughter Mrs Charles Hamilton on Second street Although she bad been in feeble health for months and con fined to her bed for long weeks she was thought by those around her to be improving and her death came as a severe shock Mrs Bonny was the widow of John Bonny and was sixty sight years old She was a devoted member of the College Hill Methodist church Her Christian life was beautiful aim shwd its bright rays on all with whom she came in contact All during list long illiies even when her lirnil body was ranked with pain she IHVHI whtispringas hers is beautiful for her it had no xtings Her funeral services were con meted yeslerday afternoon at three byRevwore laid to rest beside those of her husband theCollege Hill cemetery sympaithlyand relative ttoJI SPECIAL ft+++++ +Dont forget lo see that sweJI line of wall paper shown by Perry t Thomas Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafiis and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the enstachian tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness In the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mn cons services We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHEST KY 4c Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Eczema scald head hives itcbiness of the skin of any sort instantly relieved permanently cure4 Doans Ointment At any drug store lin RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enouch for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make u specalty of fine repair work aud em ploy nothing but the best war klllen Call anlllee us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a complete line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Farm for Sale A valuable and well watered farm known as the N G Todd place 6 miles east of Richmond Ky 2 miles from railroad station and postoffice with fine church and school facilities Farm con tai n s 256 120 acres well improved Address all communications to Mrs Nannie J Green 10autf BLUFFTON GA 41Getin the Henderson Route Hab- itKentuckians Official Route to the Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louis Oweusboro and Evans villu to all points in the West and SouthwestIf any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions we have themAsk Us For Rates From Anywhere To Everywhere and Ask Us First E M Womack Geo L Garrett City Pass Agt Trav Pass Agt L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Xe24A Vtwdstory frame residence contain Ing6rootnsand two halls in RIch Ky Lot 40x150 feet small Price 1000 50J less than original cost twostory frame residence on one the nicest resident streets in Rich lias all necessary outbuild A great bargain for anyone de a nice home nice residences near Main street only three squares from court A more desirable location for Ideal home could not be found residences wilt be sold at a bar ln twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re Price will bay a good town lot 40x200 good town lot on good street 40x feet Price Sl50 productsfarmresidence barn and other outbuild Price 1200 farm containing about 130 acres barn and other im provetnentsIn line locality Price Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 wenImprovedGood cottage in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 50- 0Hando ne twostory residence in best part of Richmond large lot and necessary out buildings A bar at Nice residence containing seven cUyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 0 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap Inpoutbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoInarbor all necessary out buildings Rthrivingan scheolstire convenient Price 500 InRichmond cityLot ioodIPriceZ800A nice residence for any one desir logan ideal home One cf the best constructed buIldln In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighSon a nice resident street cutilitlning four rooms and neces JOurcbKedpaIntresidence An Ideal cottage of five rooms Itecesitaryuutbuttdtngsiiactudlng and cistern Price will sell on installment plan Will palet residence for purchaser Ice residence on a 4acre lot con twoporchesportion of city Stable coal honxe buildIiigtltsxiring a nice home Beresturnpike grassUIlwood twenty barrels of corn and propertystpice otheroutMUhItlDCv tiiMf g1 I For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices rC quoted belowA15cc15c Lawns at 12c 618c Lawns 15c tt75c Gowns for G9c t 99c 89c JYLadies25eI29c39cr6ged Skirts c v Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 3inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladiest Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 5 JO inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle J99 Ladiest Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats c High luster J2 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199 each Ir in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours er Cor Main OWBNMcKEEand First RICHMOND iI TUCKyJ Farm For Sale The very finest small farm in Ken tucky containing 200 acres on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike anti Kentucky Central railroad two mile from three thriving villages Kirksville Paint Lick and Silver Creek where Hue schools mind churches abound About onehalf in gra remainder in cropsEverynf this farm Each field has runninc water the year around- IMPROVEMENTS Ten room brick residence ice houses lien house carriage house tobacco and stock barns servants quarters tenant houses etc Title perfect and terms to suit purchaser MRS S E FIELD anil23t Silver Creek Ky PUBLIC SALE OF FARMAs nexed of the late James Nelson I will offer at public sale on the premises on Saturday Sept 1203i- t oclock p m the home farm of said testator situated about 9 mills countyKyGrove Station containing about 325 Acres The dwelling house is a substantial brick structure containing 7 rooms be quartersTimdition anti is largely in grass TERMS Onethird on Jan 1 1904 at which time possession will be given and a conveyance mambo to the purchns er balance one and two years credit with interest from that date lien on the laud to secure the defeired pay mentsThe purchaser will be permitted to sow small grain in the fall on the corn landC S French Admr JamesNelson WINCHESTER KY a 39c 649c 75cu 75c for 69c 99c 89c Call Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of 6 j Ir A or Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces also the best quality of Mat tingsor Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions White Wbsoniz Corner Main and Second Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent Interest on long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCIIER JR apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of COt to put it it good order for the coining season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFP Prop Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of 1 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 Dersonskuowing themselves indebt ed to this estate are requested to call and settle Sauford Oldham Aug 1 1903 4t Admr OLD JOE Hand made Sur Mash Every drop guarai jjoffactnre No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs t00 per gallon 10 bottles 55 4jugs 250 5 u bottles 3 2 jugs 210 Orders promptly filled I WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joo Distillery McBrajer novIyr Anderson county Kv Burdock Blood Bitters gives a man a clear head anti active brain a strong vigorous body makes him fit for the battle of life 1m 350 bushels Seed Wheat for sale at 100 per bushel Sample at Farmers Natl Bank W B JONES 6an3t Paint Lick Ky GREAT i REMOVAL SALE aWILI SATURDAY AUG lsti5and continue with unabated intererest the entire month 5 f The Selling will be A The Buying Chances are Unparalleled The great and increasing business done by this store during the past few years bears fruit in this remarkable Removal Sale Prices are reduced as never before Broken lots have been bunched and the heavily cut prices have aredeterminedpUsh our purpose Come prepared to buy at prices never before quoted on stylish seasonable merchandise- = Nearly 12000 Worth of Goods ftJI To Be Sold This splendid stockof MillineryTrunks J REGARDLESS OF COST VALUEa- s J we want to move in our new store with a new stock Sow are determined to q f oJI close out this stock 1tI j fl thatitwillpayNearly Stock A Dry Hamburgs RICHMOND KENTUCKY WHISKY THE COMMENCE throughout Positively Sensational 5000 propositlonand child should investigate I itIRespcctfullySobmjttedE IT Elder1I t 7e Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete andready for inspection Come and get liriltDonttlatest thing out in a vehicle Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions 1ie eaTa DOT IRICHMOND KY IPHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 165 FRESH i Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 19 1903 The Edltors Promised Land Tell me ye winged winds That noun i my pathway play Is there no place on earth Where editors get their pa- Th whispering winds went by With accents filled with woe A voice borne on the morning air In sadness answered No Tell me angelic host Ye messengers ot love Shall suffering editors here below Have no redress above The angel band replied To us is knowledge given Delinquents on subscription books Can never enter heaven Ex Mr A H Harris sold to Mr W M Creekuiore The Uoyal Saloon on First street possessiod being given on that date Three additional rural routes will be established in Clark county by September 15th the combined length being 663 miles Advertising doesnt pay some people say yet the must successful firms are always the largest advertisers Press and Printer Boston John Philip 8ou a and his wonderful band have returned from their European tour Mr Sousa says of his trip that it was a magnificent success in every respect Alter a five weeks tour in America he will go to Aus trail a D B Shackelfout CG sell both hand and power feed cutters fodder shredders and shuckers with or with out blowers also hand and power corn shelters the farmers pay great atten tion to this class of labor saving advices tf Judging from the press reports and the opinions of those who have seen the performances the HowardDorset Company which played at the Lexing ton Opera House last week is the most excellent stock organization that haw ever played in that city The company opened to capacity on lat Monday night and hundreds were turned away unable to get seats The secret of the succtwj of this company seem to lie in the fact that none but the very best stock players are employed and only the most popular and high class playa are used in the repertoire Then too each play is pmperly siiigid and costumed The nniiiherleffH unique specialties introlucd between the acts adds greatly to thn performance Whet such excellent companies COllie in such elns proximity to Rich mond why is it thai the local theatrical management can nut induce them to come hen 7 Surely sha local patronage is nutlijieiit for a fist cleat aurae two New Engines Coaches Etc The L N nulioad will lave 75 new engines within the next few rnnnths Tiiev ll cost nvera million dollars Two nf the nniiilxr which are freight fiiitine are exifite l this weAk Six new VHniiinile Itlhalld tn or dinary coaches are ordered to he delivered next month e 3 Ct99ins Pro headquartersgle and double barrel guns from 600 tn100afJrifesany kinds you wish all calibers Cartridges we eau give you any make and any size load yon wish Game bags and loading tools tl Discontinued The Thursday night bandconcerts have been discontinued for the sum mer This will be sad news to our citizens ingeneral as these concerts were much enjoyed hall forSale Three sows and pigs Will sell as a whole or separately C D MILLER Second street tf Richmond Ky Ludous troll Ono day last week Mr A T Douglas Jr presented us with a basket of peach es grown in his yard on broadway They were the finest we have seen in many years and most delicious to the taste Moonshiners Upnred Deputies W T Short and J 0 Mul tins made a raid through Estill count last week They succeeded in destroy frig one still located on Buckcreek Hiid captured two moonshiners Dave Richards and Henry Johnson Lambs for Sale I have for sale a few southdown Buck hmbs the Cassius M Clay stock and one short horn bull calf For par ticulars call on JAB PEJARNETT aug 12 1m Richmond Ky A Good Man James D Dykes formerly of this county is a candidate for Magistrate at Richmond The good people of that city can not do better than elect him as he is first class timber for the place Winchester Democrat Alarm An exploding lamp in Rev II G Turners home caused an alarm of fire to be turned in on last Thursday even ing shortly after seven oclock No damage was done as thA blaze was ex tinguished before the department reached the ecene A Former Richmond Boy Injured Mr Lucien Matthews formerleyf this city but now a resident of Lex ington was very badly injured while trying to lower a window at his home In some way his hand slipped and his right arm went through the glass cut ting it in several places very severely Who Will Get the AutomoWe D B Shackelford Co have an automobile which it is their intention to disposft of by raffle It is an upto date machine and valued at 775 Chances are being sold for fifty cents Path Now is the time to provide yourself with one of these horseless ve hides Get in line and take a chance A Fortune In Sight Beverley Shaw of this city accord ing to reports is heir to considerable property in Texas left him by his brother Mat Shaw The information so far has been indirect but Beverley is exceedingly happy and has already built many air castles and made num erous plans for the future We hope he will not be disappointed name Wardens Wanted An effort is being made through the various fishing and hunting clubs throughout the State to secure the passago of a hill by the Legislature creating the office of Fish and Game Commissioner and providing for Deputy Wardens in each county Sportsmen are sntlsfiod with the existing laws for protecting1 game and fish but want to see them properly enforced Bitten by a Dog While out driving Sunday City Clerk Arlie Wells was very much sur prised to have his dog which was in the buggy with him turn and bite him The dog was foaming at the mouth and gave every Indication of being mad Mr Wells threw him from the buggy and went immediately to White Hall where the Bnrgin mad stone was ap plied to the wound Asthe stone failed to adhere there was no poison and Mr Wells fells more comfortable about it rr E Oeatherage C- oSEEDS Ir l Seeds Seeds t J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that f- J I have all kinds of seeds to sellt Iam no old hayseed II- J either but I have h- J HAYto sell by the bale or car loadt I also handle oats corn and Northern Seed Rye Those wanting twand will do well to give me a call Prices re asonf1 able Remember that I have things to selland J tokep f J E Deatherage Co c 71 oo t c cY fJi n F t tDEEPER GUTS IN SUMMER SUITSeg e Rare Chance For Cool Clothes at Extremely Low Prices 4 J 300 tot is a i to 200 Tow Linen Suits ts Nuff said everybody knows this t great bargain 500 e cut 350Dark neat Flannel Suitable for late l fallwear v Cut toX500 All wool homespun and wool crash esworth the price for two weeks wear 200 Cut to- E 115Neat servicable Linenette Suits c washwell most unusual values at the price raW r 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 Turn ofa 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 With Gas Fuel there is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitch- enWould You Like To Know About Gas- RICHMOND Water Light COMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges The Glade Wants the Assessor Mr Bud Dunn of the Glade District today announces for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party tie is one of the old Democratic blue hens chickens and he says he hits a coup full of young Democrats at home seven boys who will be reared in the faith of time fathers If nominated Mr Dunn will carry the standard always to the trout and be certain to down the u O P opponent in the final contest Prof lark Qualifies Prof M A Catssidy yesterday ten dered his resignation as superintend cut of county Bchtols to uccept the po sition of superintendent of city schools 10 which he was elected at the last election held by the school boaid Upon receiving notification of Prof Cuddys act Judge Bullock appoint ed 1rof Jefferson D Clark to fill out the unexpired term of Mr Cassidy Prof Clark qualified and filed his bond with the U S Fidelity and Guar anty Company as surety Lexington Democrat Bud Concerts Discontinued We have been informed by members of the Richmond baud that the chief reason for stopping the concerts is teal all the sound was obstructed by Having to stand down among the trees They were iot able to do themselves justice Whenever a band stand is erected then the concerts will be re sumed Practice will be continued throughout the winter and really for open air concerts when spring opens provided there is a band stand Tho boys have done good work and with proper encouragement from our people we will be able to boast of one of the best band in the State Resolution of Respect In the providence of our most gra cious and allwise Father who doeth all ordering to his will in the armies of heaven and over the inhabitants of the earth there has been removed from the communion of our church and translated to the general assembly and church of the first born whoa name is written in heaven one of the oldest and most faithful members whose chief char acteristic was that she was always bounding In the work of the Lord aud the session of the first Presbyter ian Church of Richmond does hereby record its high appreciation of the worth and services of Mrs Anne Val lace Walters and deeply lament the loss the church has sustained by her death but at the same time meekly submits to the dispensation of an all wise God by which this affliction has beeu visited upon it Tile session also extends ita tender sympathy to all the relatives and loved ones of the de ceased and directs that this rbe recorded in the minutesthe session copies sent to family and that it be furnished thecity papers for publicationJ A HIGGINs i b 4 it Lcst About two weeks ago two setter dogs male and female They are white and black spotted and are about the same size They were last seen on the Four Mile road one mile from city limits Reward will be paid for information leading to their recoveryA D Miller Store Robbed Thieves broke into the large store of MrJW Wilson at White Hall last Saturday night and succeeded in escaping with 165 from the cash drawer Blood hounds were immediately put on the trail and Newton Chenault col ored was captured and brought to this city where he is now in jail await ing his trial Life Sentence for Jett and White Curtis Jett and Tom White were found guilty of the murder of James B Marcum and were sentenced by time jury to life imprisonment in the penitentiary One Juror Jasper King hung the jury for twentyfour hours on the question of sentence The first ballot was eleven to one for conviction of both defendants and the second was unanimous for both The first ballot on the sentence was seven for death and five for life imprisonment The separate ballots on Jetts case stood eleven for hanging and one for life sentence King ex deputy sheriff voting alone until a compromise was reached for life sentence for both Judge Osborne orer ruled the motion for a new trial and the defense will take the case to the Court of Appeals A of We 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 Pricesthat must move them put quickly Kindly read all this advertisement theres something in it you need 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 Choice line of patterns in linen white duck and colored fabrics 25 cts Cut to 19 Gents COVINGTQNAND BANKS A Painful Acddent A very painful accident befell Mr Houston Stone the popular L A R K brakeman at East Irvine on last Saturday night In his endeavor to mount a car he was knocked off and down by another car which was pass ing on a parallel track He was brought to his home here where he is receiving all the attention possible Mr Stone is a son of Mr Jeff Stone the well known contractor and is one of the most popular young men in the roads employ His many friends trust for his speedy recovery Auction Sale One hundred extra good heavy boned horses suitable lor draft farm work and driving purposes Horses to suit everybody Tuesday Septem ber 8 1003 at Embrys Stock yards Richmond Ky We will sell at Public Auction the above number of horses from the ranges ofjlowa and Nebraska including the famous Percheron H brand and Loche horses whicti are giving such geneal satisfaction and are acknowledged to be the best draft and driving horses in the west Forty Indiana ponies This sale will consist of mares and geldings two and three yearolds will weigh from 1200 to 1400 pounds This sale will positively take place on the above date under shelter rain or shine and every horse will be sold to the highest bidder with out reserve Sale commences at 1000 a in sharp For further information write or wire J F Cook Co Union Stock yards Lexington Kentucky Col Tom Chenault Auctioneer CoOperation Meeting at Station Camp Theaunuall cooperation meeting of Carter county Christian churches will be held at Station Camp Estill county on next Saturday The following is the program of the meeting MORNING SESSION 93010Devotional R M Hopkins Sunday school evangelist Lexington 101030Address lhe Needs of Estill county by W F Stafford Ir vine Ky- 103011Addresses by Mrs S K Yancey of Lexington 111545Sermon by President J W McGaryey of Lexington NOON HOUR Basket dinner spread under the trees AFTERNOON SESSION 1302 Devotional by J H Wilson Lexington Ky 2230 Business session Reports from the churches in the county 2303 Sermon by John T Brown editor Christian Companion Louisville Kv- 3330Alldress by Prof W H Cord Hazel Green Ky Each ono is requested to bring a basket Grand t ClearanceSALE Too Many Goods Not Enough Room We will sell from our entire stock during the month of August J Dry Goods Notions Millinery Cut GlassJ BricaBrac China Etc at Strictly Cost Price for Cash Only A grand opportunity to buy goods at wholesale pricest This sale is genuine no advertising schemed Come see us and be convinced B W TURNER I x r l7k i c i i Democrat to Nominate On last Saturday a meeting of the Democratic county Committee was held and all of the county precincts were ordered to select delegates to meet Monday September seventh the object being to nominate in conven tion a candidate for the next Legislature As yet there are no candidates who have announced for this office Judge J C Chenault is being urged by his friends to make the race but on account of his many business interests he has not decided yet as to the mat ter There could be no better selection than Judge Chenault who is not only a capable lawyer but an all round bus iness man Should he decide to an nonnce there will be no opposition for the nomination Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If you want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Ken tucky Disc Wheat Drills With or without Fertilizer attachments lwe also sell all grades of Fertilizers and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf PERSONAL Miss Sudie Bonney was in Lexing ton last week Mr W R Shackelford is at home from Estill Springs Mr Robert Felaad is in Nicholasville visiting relatives Mrs John W Turley is visiting her parents in Winchester Mr R 0 Lackey has returned from Crab Orchard Springs Mr Burgin Taylor of Illinois is visiting relatives in the county Mrs Ed Wines and son attended the Lexington fair last week Dr L J Frazee of Lexington was here several days last week Mr J R Gowfn of Nashville Tenn is the guest of Mrs R L Gentry Mrs John Flora spent last Wednes day and Thursday in Lexington Mrs S N Moberley isat home from a visit to relatives in Versailles Mr T C Adams rot Lawrenceburs spent Sunday here with relatives Mr and Mrs H McElwaine of New York are guests at Mr J W Bales Miss Sallie Taylor is at home from a weeks visit to her aunt in Lexington Mrs Ellen Perry of Nicholasville is the guest of her son Dr H L Perry Mrs Hugh McLellan is entertaining her sister Miss McGaire of Shelby vifle Miss Gary Rice entertained A num ber of her young friends on last Friday night Mm George Evans of Kansas City Missouri has been visiting Miss Anne BennettMiss Carlisle Chenault was a guest last week of Miss May Shanklin in LexingtonMrs Arnold has been visit ing her daughter Mrs Sam Johnston in Lancaster Mrs John Dykes of Winchester is visiting Mr and Mrs J D Dykes on Third street Mr Ben L Banks will return today from Adair county where he has been since Friday Mrs C B McChord and children are visiting relatives at Richmond Wiu chester Democrat Mrs John Fox and children cf Dawson Ga are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Mark Phelps Mr and Mrs J 8 Crutcher and Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr are sojourning at Witt Springs Mr J B Smith and familot Lake Charles Louisiana are visiting Mr and Mrs JohJf Allinaa Miss Irene Rbmaan returned to Lati caster last Friday after a pleasant visit to MrBZ T Rice Mr Joe Thurman has returned from f i c fcl Massie Springs Bowling Green where he spent several weeks Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler re turned Monday night from a ten days visit to Lexington friends Mrs John Allman and daughters May and Carrie have returned from a visit to Vincennes Indiana Mrs Ellen Weathers and children of Virginia are visiting Mrs Dudley Tribble on West Main street Hon Jerre A Sullivan returned Monday from an extended visit to Baltimore New York and Maine Mesdames B Harris and Edwin Powell and Miss Lelia Harris attended the Lexington fair last Wednesday Mr John Arnold and wife of Richmond have been guests of Squire Sam Johnston and familyCentral Record Mrs Margaret White and children have returned to Danville after several weeks visit to friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Frank Walton of Ow ensville Kyr are guests of Dr and Mrs C H Vaupht on West Main streetMr George Mershon and wife of Warsaw Ky were guests last week of his brother Mr John Mersbon and James Allman and son Clark left Sunday for a visit to her brother Mr Squire Douglas in Viucenues IndianaMrs Louise Elgin of Georgetown and Mrs J Turner of Nicholasville were guests last week of Rev and Mrs H G Turner II 800eut Rich colors padded shoulders that fit well Lay aside your heavier- clothes and find comfort and econo in these cool light things 6 1000 eat to A11 my AII Fine fabrics stylishly tailored choice suits at small prices Jp X12050ut 600 y700 900 1f Our finest midsummer suits Ele gant patterns some silk lined and 5 thinkof your saving 1lt Straw Hats i150Cut 75 cents 1 Fine stylish shapes Throw away the old soiled one and buy a new 2clean one 1 MessrJoseph Bond Woudsand Wm Clarence Woods of Lawrenceburg were the guests this week of their uncle Mr C E Woods Mrs Malcom Reid little son and daughter from Oliver Mississippi are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Alexander near Red House Mr and Mrs F P Smith of Sweet Water 111 are visiting relatives here and in the county Mrs Smith was formerly Miss Pearl Deatherage of this countyHenri Prather Reid who was formerly a typesticker iu tins olllce and luvelfpentbetter seven eighths Mt Sterling AdvocateMiss Dudley and neice Miss Dudley Doty Misses Ruth Crowe Net tie Wagers and Evelyn Smith are at home from a two weeks trip to Lake Chautauqua Niagara Falls Toronto and Quebec Mr William R Farris formerly of Silver Creek who has been in the L N office at Covington for several years has resigned his position and ac cepteda more IucrativttprtlI the Queen Crescent railroad at Burgin Mrs Ward Stephenson and two at tractive children of Virginia are guests of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street They will go to Irvine the last of the week to visit Mrs Stevensons mother Mrs Rose Wagers and other relatives Hon T T Forman wife and daugh ter Miss Lelia will leave Lexington the first of the year to make their home in California Mr Forman is well known here being a son of tho late Rev Ezekial Forman formerly of this city Mrs Charles Arnold and little daugh ter EiLouise have returned to their home in Georgetown after a three weeks visit to Mrs H G Turner She was accompanied by Mrs Turner who will remain until after Conference at which time Mr Turner will be moved to some other point Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler of Richmond who is the guest of Mr and Mrs Will D Oldham will sing a solo today at the morning service in Cen tral Christian church All will be glad to hear again the sweet and artistic voice of this young sincer Lexington Leader Sunday Aug 16 Mrs Z T Rice entertained on last Thuisday night in honor of her guest Miss Romans of Lancaster The younger set was out in full force and dancing and all kinds of pleasant games were enjoyed Delicious refreshments were served which added much to the pleasure of all Miss Romans was quite popular here and she will be gladly welcomed back to our citatany time Mr John H Jones wife and daugh ter of Pittsburs PaitrV at John sttrKy where they will spend about two weeks Mr Jones is president of the Big Hill Coal Company and ia n thorough and most efficient coalman It is his intention while at Jolnietta to see that all the modern appliances forgetting out coal are placed on the property of the Big Hill Coal Company and that their mines shall be made the best and most uptodate in the State FOR TEN DAYS I Mens S5 00 Shoes choice of any style S3 95 tt 500Oxfordst 350t 4 00 Shoestt u u 3 00 tt 4 00 Oxfords tt 275at 3 50 Shoestt tt 2 95 u 3 50 Oxfords a to tt- tt 265 300 Shoestt t tt 265 3 00 Oxfords a t tt 235 Prices on Cheaper Shoes in Proportion Ladies S3 50 Oxfords 250t5 3 00rt 235tc 250tt 1 95 tt 2 00tt 1 55 1 i7ott 115 Come Early And Get Your Choice SEE OUR Bargain Counters j r Of Shoes at Any Price RICE AND ARNOLD Main street Richmond Ky I or J I C c Fr I it I tJt PROFESSIONAL CARDS u ATXOSNE75 MILLER I ATTORKBTAtUAW KicuuoHD KKMTUCK- TOltice u the Burnam Building ueil door u riicra National Bank teb3lj L StTLL VJ A ATTUKNKVATIAW BIOHMOND KENTUCKY Ofhi e over Stata tank TruM Co po6ti Court HUIIHH n Mniii tfl9t J u A U M JLfiAtILIA- TTORNRS AT LAW RICHMOND tinMTUOKl- Oltice on Second rttrwl over Chen ultV grocery W R LEICHiR At JlIelatlall1 RirilMUNII K UNTUCK ttgroiluw ovei Tnylor Itu More JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORVBYS AND COUNs BUAUS At LAW UIOUMONM KENTUCKY Ottne in John Bennett old law office over Perr tThowias drug store PHTSIOIANS DJv iMBSON GIBSON P Vi74 AS AND SURf HIllS RUV M KiCNTUCKY 0 IIr lIn kuiMiut M InStreet h t I1s1Jj1tl1 U hhdllu and UIIlI linV e Siiulliir Knildiiii MainMreet- rel oiu Ht residence Jibe Oxr jIacc on Broadway UJIMOND KENTUCKY V EVANS M U L PHYSICIAN AMI IHKII RICHMOND uCK E 0 Vance U 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Dauk Trust liii rature IjriiiI HI HI Mt Htilll CONSJLTA rON FREE Graduate Southm School Ostheopathy D1TI uiaEi- t3t 1acf ttOnSO OINTIMT OP LOOISVILLK KY Otriee next door to Qoveraiatint BntldliiK lofcwStMl Ky omee hoorsS to 121 to yttIiV M Blanton DENTIST o eflme in Bennett Building ljaI1 THLBPHOVK DR LANDMAN Hotel Olymlon Wedneslay September 9 10OT Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ca- tTTENT1ON u A =Vf have moved our produce business from the East Eml of Main street to the Gnrnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry IIidestFurs and other Produce1 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 SM oul street 2IitiJv RIrIIMON1 KY One illinuie Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Louisville Si Atlantic HiilrouL DAILY EX SUNDAYTR- AINS LEAVE RICHMOND or 605ambyvilleand Cincinnati For Irvine Mam For MlllersCreek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICIIMONO From Louisville Lexington and ll54a m Cincinnati jticp m From Irvine 335 p n from Millers Creek 83tIm O M BROWNING len Mgr- VerealUes Ky R A Woolnms 8 A Richmond Ky atopa tho Cough and Works o2 the Cord 1iXHtive Bronio Qtinino Tracts nrtR cold In one day No cure no- 1ricn 25 rents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence r Vuaro pIcnTd slate t hat it is mi tllliu at tlni tollowing nlaftts in Madison count v Arbuckle Simmons rfearov Hamilton O HInnel J W Masters I V Wfaitlock Jnbn bhIIl- Inrkm Roberts J W Teater J W Prewitt L Wrarrcu C McWharler Blcknerit Many IT COT R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Ruthton Ialnt Lick U allareton Berea Kirksville Next to the Proper Test Mimes the proper pliinmtH Vc van do wlint is right with regard to the test mill the GLASSES mad to fill thl prescription Our tnok of Optical Goods is H largf and complete that we OHII fill immediately all demands for LIHKKHB not of ory nnusniil ptrengt For tllllo it will tll kII little longer titHe Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main S Richmond Ky Armer old stand 30J1 ly iiJN1 Tim a1o Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1241 pro ton Xx1esa south bound I46 p No6 Clnnatl and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm- No 4 Cinnati and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No S Cinnati and Livings 1186 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays yule Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Stays 72D p m yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row law Accm south bound 820 a m Non Richmond and Stan 430 JBI ford north bound Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluejrrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Clie- naultSGNOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Highclass Private School at Kirksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings lie will be supported by competent 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 arc tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help tin with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiries to G P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkbville Ky LRBIantonDEALER Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr50 lyrPhone 65 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Eltiston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said Ani he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wHEii MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone 1663 WACOt K Wool Cardingin Season Miss Alice M Smith of Minneapolis Minn tells how womans monthlysuffering may be quickly and permanently relieved by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable CompouncL DEAR tills PINKIUXI have never before given my endorse ment for any medicine but Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound has added so much to my life and happiness that I feel liko making an exception in this case For two years every month I would have two das of severe pain mul could find no relief but one day when visiting a friend I run across Lydia E IMnkhams Vegetable Com poundsho had used it with the best results and advised me to try it I found that it worked wonders with me I now experience no pain and only had to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change I use it occasionally now when I am exceptionally tired or worn out Miss ALICE M Ssirni 8M Third Ave South Minneapolis linn Chair man Executive Committee Minneapolis Study Club Beauty and strength in women vanish early In life because of monthly imiii or some menstrual irregularity Many suffer silently and see their best gifts fade away Lydia E Pinkliams Vege table Compound helps women preserve roundness of form and freshness of face because it makes their entire female organism healthy It carries women safely through the various natural crises and is the safeguard of womans health The truth about this great medicine is told in the letters from women being published in this paper constantly Mrs C Kleinschrodt Morrison III says DEAR MRS suffered ever since Iwas thirteen years of age with my menses They were and very painful I v doctored a great deal but received no benefit J A friend advised me to try Lydia E Aregetable Compound which I did and after taking a few bottles of itIfound great is now regular and without pain I am better health than I have for sometime now is it possible for us to make it plainer Lydia E Vegetable Com rr1troubles positively help all sick women women arc constituted alike rich and poor low all suffer from the same organic Surely no one can wish to remain weak and sickly discouraged with life and no hope for the future when proof is so unmistakable that Lydia 12 Pinkliams Vegetable Compound will cure monthly suffering all womb and ovarian troubles and all tho Ills peculiar to women If we annot forthwith prodnen tha original letters and tlgnatnreiol 5000FORFEIT which will prove their absolute genuineness Lydia JIliililiam Hedlclue Co Lynn aiu e Big Hill Coal Co 3 KY Shippers of t Alnite Coal 4+++ ++++ + 4+++ ++ + + + + + +++ It t Guaranteed to last all night in J t grate without any attention f fJ+ t ++2 3 MY NAME IS THURMAN On And Buys I SKINS x J further information address General Passenger Agent He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Qpportunities forthe- Home Builder- Ltmberman Ijruit Grower- Canneryman i j Farmer MtnerInvestof tI Manufacturer Importer xvMercKarit i PniiwtI have irregular Pinkliams reliefMenstruation enjoying Piiikhams pouzulwill ORLANDO Sausage Row Chicago Do von know that Washlngto is the most richly endowed 8t te In the Uniont All wealth wines from tho earth and Jea Note what Washington has Her tl li Industry lead and famishes the greater share of thesalmon used the world over An Opportun Ity for the CannprymRn lien In her Industry Is hown by the largest saw mills in Ihw WMild backed a Inexhaustible product Lumber taiL necessity and Is fast becoming exhausted in te enslern states The Last Chance for Ube Lumberman Washington will becdme the greatest fruit producing Stale Whfle this Industry is new yet the fruit of Waah lnitoii is celebrated Carloads of Washington apples nre OId annuall In New York City and find a ready market In many Hasten States An Opening for the hruit Grower Tile peculiarly favored climate of Washington jiiitl its wide range due lo differences of nllilude and rainfall itdapt the ttatelo nlmosi every clasa of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat burley IUd oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten Year overage of United Slates A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder The mountains of Washington are filled with min erals gold silver copper lead iron and coal are await ing the producing power of capital and labor Rich ilrospeets for the Miner and Investor Seattle lathe natural gateway to the Orient and Alaska The shipping of Pnget Sounds compares favorably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Golden Fu lure for t e Merchant Manufacturer Importer and iCaptalM For those who may wish to investigate or take ad Sanlageof nn opportunity 10 fartJeipate In the great de VelorMiiociit thut will mark tbe next decade In this state i special firKtcli o round trip rate of 5000 from phldBO sand 4500 from St Iaul and Minneapolis has fcreu authorized Dates of sale August 1st to 14th inclu sive Final return limit October 15 Liberal stopovers and diverse routes will be granted and those desiring to fceturn thronghCjJlfornla can do no by paying snoo ad litioual GREAT NORTHERN RY wimerorIllusthted IlndWonl2trlul Washington snip Fir complete NrlliJ n JI or Widre4s ally ticket afont or F I P T A St Paul Mimi Us Kentucky Fair Dates Fern Creek Auguet 18 4 days Lavvrencoburp Augusts 18 4 days Shepberdsvlllo August 18 4 days Maysville August 19 4 days ShelbyvilleAuKUst 254 days London August 26 3 days Gorraaiitown August 264 days Bardstown Septeraher 5 days Kiiliolitsville September 3 days Somerset September1 4 days Elizabethtuwn Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sepi 15 4 layS Kentucky Suite Fair Oweusboro September 21 6 days- We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we i ow have on display In ourslmow room It will pay you to examine thnm before buying We also do repairing nnd rejoining in best manners at moderate prices Time beat rubber tire npplyed and guaranteed for one year Calland see us Itiuhmond Carriugtt Works tt S L MIUKIFF Prop Nolce I have for salt about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this ounty About fifty acres ef this lund m beinA iultivnted and the balance is in coal and umber The fcoal liiine which is known as thb Norniiin mine m opened up nnd IK in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I willeither sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir jug propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S 0 CARKIKB Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a gooil dwelling and one desiring a flue stock farm could not spcure better property jun 3 Oino A certificate of organization of the United StiLes Cotton- Manufacturingeompany with 40000000 capital has been filed with the Commissioner of corporations of Boston TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take laxative Hromo Quinine Tablet All druggists refund the money lilt fails to cure K W Groves signature 4 on each box 25 cents At the first meeting of the General Policy Board of the army and navy held in Wash ngton Admiral Dewey was elected president and Com mander Btrnett Secretary Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples and Carbuncles Costs Nothing to Try B B H is a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs smite watery blisters pimples acliinir hones or joints boils carhuncles prick ling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst and most deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing the blood thereby giving a healthy Mood supply to the skin Heals every sore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and wakes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised for chronic old cases that doctors pa tent medicines and hot springs fail to cure Druggists with complete rections for home cure To prove B B B cures sample sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m Negroes who are opposed to Booker T Washington attempted to break up a meet ing which he was addressing in Boston and several fights occurred which resulted in a number of arrests Eat all You Want Persons troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy prepares the stomach for the reception retention digestion and as similation of all of the wholesome food that may be eaten and enables the digestive organs to transform time same into time kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by E O Wines 1m Dr Francis F Miles who as a captain in the Confeder ate service was in charge of Fort Sumter when ib was attacked by the Federal fleet is dead at St Louis A WOMANS BACK The Aches and Pains will Disappear if the Advice of This Richmond Citi zen is Followed A womans back has many nches and painsMost times tis the kidney fault Backache is realy kidney ache Thats why Doanit Kidney Pills cure Many Richmond women know this Rend what one has to say about it Mrs NJ Graham widow of Main street says I cannot find words strong enough to state my fellings when praising Doaus Kidney pills 1 hall a severe case of kidney troubles The pains across tile Hinall of my back were hard to bear slId the kidney secretions were much discolored and irregular 1 got a lox ot Doans Kidney pills at B L Middnltoiix drug store and gave them a trial I took only one box anti the relict found in them leads me to believe Doaiis Kidney pills the acme of perfection as a kidney remedy For smils by all dealers Price 50 cts a hox FoRterMilbnrn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoans and take np other 1m John Riddlespur a miner was fatally injured near Gads den Ala by the explosion of 90 dynamite cartridges he was carrying under his arm Potent Pill Pleasure- The pills that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant in effect are DeWliu Little Earlv Risers W S Philpot of Albany Ga flILV3 During a bilious attack I took ont ifrnM as it was it dill me inurn good than calomel blue mess or allY otht r pill I ever took and at time same limo it effected me po antlv Little Eirlv Ripers are certai ly an ideal pill Soul b v E Wine I in Over 100 persons were thrown into the Williamette river at Portland Oreand three of them were drowned by the collapse of a bridge from which a crowd of spectators was watchingan arm 1es swimmer Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 1J miles from railroad station and postoQlce Excellent improvements all in grnss well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 tf Red House Ky A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great hiTs covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on seceipt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned UrEo W Hall sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDenr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov oryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JoitxA RIDDEL INothing KingsNew I For lOXRTTMPTION I OUGIUi And OLUS IIA Cure Perfect PriceI ILungMoney back If it fails Trial Bottles I freeI The Hiclimoiid Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor culls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries bunnies etc They havo nev Ies1AIoliuyiries wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest pi ices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Oarriace Works tf S L MIDRIFF PrupaI Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are tine toI disjorllersKodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children us it is for ndnlts IMill ilrun thtive nil it It kflps their little HloiinicliH sweet anti enrnnrnirHs their growth and vulopinnnt Jirw Henry tarter 705 Central street Nashville Ten says My little boy is now three years old and has been sutlering from indigestion ever sine he was born I have had the best doctors in Nashville nut 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 lbs stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines lin Cured His Corns Raymond Rose of Haver hill Ohio opposite Greenup has adopted novel but sure cure for corns He took his revolver and shot off both toe and corn The wound is somewhat painful but the corn will bother him no more on that toe at least Rose is 21 years of age and a deaf mute but he has learned the only sure cure for corns End of a Bitter Fight Two physicians bad a long and stub horn fight with an abcess on my riuht lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for con sumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few lava Now Ive entirely regained my health It conquers all coughs colds and throat and lung troubled Guar anteed bv all drug stores Price 50e and 1 Trial bottles free 1m The Chinese Government has decided to muzzle the free speech of Conservatives and Liberals Croup instantly relieved Dr ThOrn as Cclectric Oil Perfectly safe never falls At any drug Rtore 1m pnW I SALES 000 A DAY This atchesis the Ingersoll I Dollar Watch which sells at the lowest price carries thestrong- est guarantee and has a larger sale than all other watches Perfect in accuracy size and style otherIngersolls at z75and sco sold bi draleis every where orpostnald by us forloo 5klet Free Robt H Ingersoll 6 Bro Dct3 SI MAIDEN NEW YORK MEAT MALT THC IOC1L TGWC RECONSTRUCTIVE Tfcews life aM StreBjth Ia Every 9nf A sckatific coflAfaatioc of the esseatkl oBItitiIeIIOfPRIME BEEF ad PIME OLD MALT torferflle Kr Janmry2sri- MEATMALTCOLouisvfllaKy CenticmenIIivia eiimintdyonrMtltant Mat withtisstate that it lian efficient and blood tonic It excites the appetiteand invigorates digestion and is beMficul in nervous and ill dudses attended whhdebility Yours trujy- LDXASTENRZNE MD LouisTilk College of Pharmacy T iMMr LeavM K For Sale QB L Middelton Respectfully Yours ARBUGKLE SIMMONS ++++ CALL AT +++ + JONES HEKSH01L SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept an Tap Phone 3 Second St U WeakHearts Arc due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroubleWith It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cund me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only Si00 Size holdlne 2K times the trial size which sells for SOc Pnparcd by E O D WITT 4 CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas OneEye AtaTime Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes dilTor in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both sutler We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us youteje trou- blesss Sata- Xh QCa S Rtmo h No such thing as summer complaint where Dr Fowlers Extract of Wild Strawberry is kept handy Natures remedy for every looseness of the bowfils Irn L THE NewY ClipperIS PaperinAll persona Interested In tbo happen InKs In the AMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PER YEAR SINCLE COPY IO CENTS For Sale br all Newsdealers In all parts of the world SAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW CLIPPERNew Dragging Pains 2325KeelerSt CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902- I suffered with falling and con gestion of the wombwith severe pains through the groins I suffered at the time of men struation1had blinding headaches blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardni that blessed remedy for sickwomen I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed to coarse through my veins and after using eleven bottles I was a well woman j c4Mrs Bosh is now ia perfect health becawe size took Wine of Cardai for saeRttnul disorders bearing dewa pabma sad blinding head es weaaU other rtmediea failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardni in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she w OK Ute road to health For advice in cases requiring pecial directiens address giving AdvisiryDepartmeat Mediciae Co Chattanooga WINEIcA-RDUIpI t MLIJ4KER BRO2 The above Cuts represents the Studebaker Wagon and PichWiHiamson Co Under Feed Furnace the best of their class on the market We would be glad for you to call and inspect them before buying We would be glad to supply your want when in need of any thing in the Hardware Line Tinwork and Repairing a spec ialty Let us Give you an estimate on your work e TiTeIeT TI Iele =11 i= Something New = i THE G LOBErsJivf i Clothing Shoe and Gents Furnishing House is now open to the public and we cordially invite LYOU to visit our Emporium and examine the im- menseL stock stock of goods that now burden our K shelves but which we propose to sell r IttI S8 eIatQ 1ItIinI1 IO e 1S aTt 51 5es iwe will offer during opening week our 10 and 1250 Suits at f f Ie r 750 and 15 and 18 Suits at 1000 We will also offer 350 4 and 5 M saw Shoes At S3 00I LadiesCatWe will also carry a full and complete line of the very latest styles in IGents Furnishing Ii Goods 1- KB which will also be sold at cut prices during the opening week t 0a r See Our Line of Latest Style Hats Rosenstein Co- k 4 208 Main Street formerly occupied by1 John G Taylor Son ilKtI lu rAsCoodasWheatintfreSUr Kent clW I 7- L DiSi ccTacIiarnz nyu- rcseoy Du Disk Drill If InterchQneableDisKorShoeKY Make erfectsced beds Insure good stands even in dry sfatmi The bearings are nar row live good clearance cant doc and are QUIT PROOF They are as simple as a scythe Last as long as the disk KY ttHOE FURROW OPENERSHave tetachabte heels to shoes they are made d taxed and polished tool steel can be detached In a recond as Important as a IooeeAMERICAN co t SUMMER 3s V Hot Springs ArkFor those who go to Hot Springs for the benefit of fortunatelocationand delightful climate and every condition which obtains in the most popular summer resorts of the North is fulfilled in the Valley of Vapors Physicians are united in the opinion that the waters are more beneficial during the Summer season t Hvr6 sONE FARE PLUS 200Sii For this Round Trip fThroughout the Summer Write foi lxxklet If GEO H LEE G P A r Ar1G t A Cln mttatiQ