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I tJ T1i13 RICHMOND CLIMAXtkt t ta rb c J = VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1903 NUMBER 14 PHONE 80 s GOEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods at the Hustling easr Store i MUST GO WashGoodsMensSlippersfact every thing is offered at prices so low f i opijjjjXJoyour own price Dont Miss It We have been selected a 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 CUTIOLE SOAPAnd 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 JO Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross 10 f f LAEI HAMILTONC- or Main and First Streets New Wall PapersSee- our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Montis 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 Shadesailjcolors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from I t Vu2 xs Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to H ST PAUL MINNEAROLIS I and the Northwest Sblorado Utah Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs j6 AT REDUCED RATES Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas 4ILRo Secial Low One way and UOIIIIIII ri pRateR in eflVici on first and third Tuesday jn each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of th Spring and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent oraddress P W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky C j The Walters School RICHMOND KY J An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools The ourse of study thorough if practical and comprehensive fitsJC boys lor the leading colleges or tJ t fords a substantial preparation for business or professional schools tI jJ- u Methods nprisefre que n rwritten recitations attention to eachIrJt boy individually afternoon session devoted entirely to study Location and equipment are unI excelled J- Ii A Jetc write t- Jt I j c q H- FIt WINES DRUG STORE THEY Announcements FOR ShERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W VLIARD candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to tIe action ofthe Democrat ic ParyWe authorized to announce B B Million a candidate for sheriff of Madison County sub ject to the action Democratic Party FOR MAGISTRATE are authorized to announce J D DYKKS a candidate for magistrate In the Richmond magisterial district subject to the ac tion o the Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized toannounce FJ PER KINK of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D O QRIQObas a candidate for Jailer of Madison f 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 Ue are authorized to announce J 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 candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the action of the Demcatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic tre authorized to announce PETER O PAIUUS1I a candidate fur Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce ANDERSON IAKES of Speedwell us a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic arty IIklas 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 County subject to the action of the Democrat Ic Party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We nre authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public HchooU of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We lore authorized to announce JOHN NOLANDn candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR vVe are authorized to annonuce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor ubject to the action of the Democratic am authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOli COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce W L LEEDS a candidate fOr Councilman of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We lire authorized to announre D B SHACKEIFOHD a candidate for Councilman from University WHrtl subject to the action of the Democratic patty We are authorized to announce L T WIISON a candidate for Councilman from East End Want subject to the action the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOE W BAlES a camli ate for Councilman from West End Wan subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce WILLIAM BYUEB as a candidate for Councilman from East End ward subjctt to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ALEX MAUP1N as a ciindidiite for Councilman from East End ward subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANSIL D MILLER as a candidate for Councilman from West End ward subject to the action of the Democratic party FOrt CONSTABLE- We are authorized to announce L M SCH1VNFR a candidate for i unstable subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J L BAXTER a candidate for Constable ubJect to the ac tion of the Democratic party A special train bearing Henry P Lowe chief engi neer of the United States Steel Corporation made a transcontinental run from New York to Los Angeles a distance of over 3200 miles in 70 hours and 21 minutes lowering all former records by five hours and five min utes Meat and Malta combination of the exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed by leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and mood tonic Makes MiiBcleis invigorating arid appetiziujr Has no equal as a StrengthBuilder If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Kobt J Frich cor 7th and Main Sts or Leon S Abraham cor Island Broadway Louisville Ky and a Quart bottle Trill tie Ont to you ex it heihilI Call For Primary At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky held at the City Hall in said city on July 30i h 1003 at 2 oclock pm persuanl to call and a quorum being present it is ordered by said committee 1 That a primary election be helt in and for said City of Richmond on the 17th day ofj September 1903 fur the purpose of nominating candidate to represent the Democratic party to be voted for at the regular November election 1003 as follows viz A candidate for tho office of Justice of the Peace for th City ot Richmond magisterial district of Madison county to fill out an unexpired term A candidate for the office of Consta ble of the City of Richmond magisterial district of MadiaMi to fill out an unexpirwl t rll1ICandidates fur the man for the City from each of thin three bounderies re spectively asset out in the ByLaws and Ordinances of said city being six candidates for Councilman in all 2 That polls he opened in each of the four voting precincts in said city as defined by aw and at the regular and customry places in said precincts Said polls shall be opened at oclock a m and closed at 4 oclock p in 3 Any person desiring to become a candidate to be voted for at said pri mary election for any of the offices above set out shall on or before 12 deIpoltof five dollars S5 00 which shall be deemed legal notice of paid persons candidacy 4 All persons known to be Demo crats and who affiliate with Ihe Iem ocratic party being qualified voters of the city of Richmond and nil young men who have attained their majority since the last regular registration or who will become qualified voters in said city of Richmond prior to the Nov ember election 1903 who declare their intention of affiliating with the Democratic party shall be deemed qualified to vote at aid primary election W R SlIACKELFOltT Chr Dem City Cimmittee The Secret in the Bricks A man who owned a whole street of houses at Gisborne near Melborne was much puzzled and annoyed to find that the bricks were being constantly stolen from the garden walls of some of these houses The depredators were Chinamen but what on earth they did with the spoil neither he nor any one could find out They did not seem to do anything with them Several were captured and punished but the thieving f till went on At last in disgust he determined to pull down the walls and outbuildings level to the ground make a new street and build fresh houses at a cost of 50000 to 75000 When the work began and the old walls were torn down the brick gave up their secret They had been made of clay taken from ground full of al luvial gold and they were full of the precious metal He had them all broken fine and washed Some panned out as much as two penny weights to the dish and the result was that he got suffic ient gold to pay for the whole cost of his improvements Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide had been discov ered will intotest 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 eystem Its also a great stomach liver and Kidney reg ulator Only 50c Satisfaction guar anteed by all druggists 1m Bloodshed Averted Opie Read the novelist once told of his experience as a journalist in Kentucky many years ago- There was a good dealof news he said such as shootings and knifings but this news was not regarded as important and little at tention was paid to it I re member once when a local feud broke out afresh when members of the opposing sides met at the county seat There were hot words a blow was struck and weapons were drawn when the sheriff interfered He loudly announced that he would not tolerate any violence ordered the parties to separate and when his orders Were not obeyed he began shooting I forget whether lie killed eight or nine but I know that in describing the incident in my paper I commendedthe sheriff for his prompt action and bravery and added the para graph There is no doubt but for the prompt action of the sheriff there would have boon blood ool SUPPORT 1 COTTS EMULSION serves u a i bridge to carry the weakened and starved system along until it can find firm support in ordinary food Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists YorklKing Snake and Water Moccasin Two years ago says a writer in the Scientific Amer ican it was my good fortune to witness a combat between a king snake and a water moC casinoI was attracted to the scene by a negro laborer When I reached the spot I found the snakes coiled to gether in a pool of water the king snake gripping his ene my with the tip of his tail just back of the head It was clearly his intention to drown the moccasin For the purpose of taking a photograph I lifted the two struggling writhing serpents to a rock Just before I took my photograph the king snake pulled the moccasins head in the exact position he wished and quickly stretched his jaws over it Thoughtlessly enough I put the snakes back into the water thinking that the king shake would also drown Very soon how ever he left the pool stretch ed his victim straight out be Fore him and leisurely began to swallow him In my efforts to take another photograph he was frightened away Both snakes were nearly the same size being about three and z half feet in length The Death Penalty- A little thing sometitres results in death Thus a mere scratch insignifi cant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have iucklens Arnica Salve ever handy Its the beat Sill ve on earths and will Irjvent fatality when burns sores ulcers and puss threaten Only 25c at all drun stores lui A Long Danc William Kemp an English comic actor who flourished during the last years of Queen Elizabeth and who belonged- to the same company as Shakespeare and created Dogberry danced from Lon don to Norwich a distance of 114 miles He was accom panied by a servant an umpire and a man with a tabor and pipe Crowds hindered his start on Feb 11 1600 and many met him at every place Several tried to dance with him but none could rival his pace The most successful were women Although de layed by a snowstorm he did it m nine days and on the way accepted a challenge or two each time coming off best except when a Cheims ford maiden of fourteen danced till he was ready to lie down On his return he wrote an account of it which ends with a warning to those with whom he had made Wagers that if they did not pay up he would publish their names The Nine Daies Wonder as the title runs is a merry readable pamphlet Among other curious in form tion in it is the statement that the customary way to deal with pickpockets at the theater in those days was to tie them to a post Puts an End to it All A grevous wail oftimes comes as a result of unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness backache liver complaint and constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life pills they put an end to it all They are untie but thorough Try them Only 25c guaranteed by all druggists 1m Alliteration in Kentucky politics is thus brought to no tice by the Maysville Public Ledger It looks as if Ken tuckians are no longer able to get beyond the second letter in the alphabet in naming a governOr In succession there have been Blackburn Buck ner Brown Bradleyand Beck ham with certain of having Beckham or Belknap for the next The American Federation Labor will have a display at the St Louis Exposition At the Paris Exposition the Fed eratioq was arsirfle ij I1Q first prm r Only Four Years Old Glen Batets Peck a four yearold boy is without doubt the youngest telegraph oper ator in the world His fath er N B Peck is agent of the Rock Island railroad at Wa tonga Oklahoma Glen has never been taught telegraphy In fact he does not know a single letter of the Morse al phabet yet he can sendas good a Morse as an old opera tor The operators all along the line of the Rock Island rail road testify to Glens remark able ability They all known himThe boy can read considera ble from the wires and can tell when operators are send ing their car reports and when Watogas turn comes to send in the daily report He cdn tell when the Western Union relay office is send ing C N D train reports This baby operator can tell when the dispatcher is call ing for train orders who is calling and when the answer is sent Nearly every day Glen learns something new on the wire and calls atten tion to the fact pronouncing the word and naming the office sending the message He does not read by letter but by sound of the whole words He sends messages at the rate of about twenty five per minute His parents have a cosey home right in the depot and they have to watch Glen all the time to keep him from working on the wires International Exhibition of American Horses An international Exhibition of American horses has been decided on for the week of September 28 to October 3 1903 at Louisville Ky Well known horsemen and lovers of horses from all parts of the United States and Canada constitute the membership of the Association A total of 22000 has been apreiated for prizes which will be competed for by the exhibitors from all parts of the country There are seventysix classes for the various kindsof util ity and pleasure horses The classification has been arrang ed with the view of encourag ing general interest in horses It is the purpose of the mem bers of the Association to establish and develop the best types The lowest transportation arrangements possible will be made with the various trunk railways for reaching the point of exhibition which is central to the horsemen The exhibitions will be held annually and the prizes will be increased fromyearto year as justified by the revenue from the exhibition the total receipts being apreciate for that purpose DeWitt is the Name When you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel Is used in making De Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises boils eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve tine to its many cures has caused numerous worthless counter feits to be placed on the market The irenuine bears the name of E C DeWitt r Co Chicago Sold by E C Wines Broke it to Him Gently A north Missouri editor re ceived a note the other day telling him that one of his subscribers was dead and ask ing that his paper be discon tinued A few days later the editor met the deceased subscriber on the street and told him about the note I wrote that note myself returned the subscriber What for asked the editor Well I wanted to stop yer paper said the subscriber candidly an knowin how bad you need the money I didnt have the heart to come right out an do it So I jes wrote you the note about beta dead You wouldnt send a paper to a corpse would youVKans- ns City Star New York theatrical mana gers finding it impossible to get all the chorus girls they went into the metropolis will endeaver to supply the need from iRlaa4 0ii IIIo COR MAIN FIRST 11 THE BUSY BEE GASH STORE sale this the line i and and come in and sale and most line sale our ank and are and and in You are your in Stuff half i a Seven MJffion months D B Co sell hand and power feed cutters fodder and with or without blowers also hand and power corn the farmers pay atten tion to this class of saving ad vices tf TO September 18 19 and 20 Good with of October 3 1903 3 Trains Daily Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Pullman Room and STOPOVERS D C Deer Park Mt Oakland For rates time of trains car etc call on your nearest Ticket Agent or o P G P A Ohio on at all times a of from the new mines that are being a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate say that you will find this to be an ideal and will reduce your coal nearly onehalf At the smile time giving you perfect Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades We are still in e e55 and a of your and Service and Coal and 142 c JjF UP X The Final Argument t In these weekly talks of the past few months we have touched on many sides of the questionwe have endeavored to be in all our we have sought to give facts and facts neither stretching the truth in oor favor nor of competition j f5 In the these have us many new friends and out methods of business cemented their In the newsparst we call only DECLARE our but in our relations we can PROVE our and as the proof of the is in the eating our success is shown in the increase of our business We Will Submit our Case to the As we sell the BestCIotliiiisinthe World made by Schloss Pros Co of Baltimore there Is little cause for wonder that we have won such wide Every garment this 11ir TR CO tARMEIITS UU 6arartsa S t GOODS of are already beginning to come in We are a beautiful new stock IPercales Cheviots and other new wash materials suitable rem school dresses boys waistinss ladies wrappers etc iJ tLWe have just placed on morning prettiest of new Novelty Waisting stuffBrightenOur Line of Fine ShoesMedium grades Low Priced Shoes for fall have placed on it is complete ever placed on in Richmond Ladies see r originalMenpick em out when the styles qnalities right Even children cant ltheliLadieseat them the Ladies Waiting always welcome Make our house home while the city All Spring and Summer Goods rioneyasked 4 Hid children ummer Wash buy them now at less than price Remnants almost given away WDOLDHAMCOTO PARTICULAR MEN tToCure Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets boxes sold in 12 This Signature both shredders shuckers shelters great labor HALF RATES Baltimore MarylandV- IA 15 5JACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge LOOFTickets returning September 28 privilege extension to Solid Vestibuled Drawing Sleepers Observation Cars AT Washington Lake Parkitnd Mil sleeping Reservations address MCCARTY Cincinnati We hand good supply Brush Creek Coal operated to Coal bills Satisfaction Coal Feed lime Sand Cement Etc the solicit share patronage We Guarantee Polite Prompt Good Weight Letcher Witt Yard Warehouse Pboae LNDepot bmQJdKr SUMMING clothing impartial statements only distorting conditions meantime talks brought have patronage intentions business intentions pudding meriting tremendous Next Week Jury popularity hears label rww OUR FALL showing 111jGinghams for winter already boys Room OUTFITTERS post Shackelforcl keep SUB gerloritr the Cures Crip i in TWo Days Lbox25c 4 ILPurnituret Every admirer of beautiful house fur j j1JX Bed Room Suits jt Complete Dining Room Outfits Jh Handsome Parlor Fixtures J Beautiful Odd Chairs w t Pedestals Pictures in fact everything A to make the home beautiful td A Remember the namejJO S JOPLIN liT and the place Main Street I hi the Collins BuildingI = 1 c Undertaking a Specialty A ji R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY fI MAIN ST i + PRODUCE E Taken in Exchange for t f Groceries Everything sold a- tLOWEST PRIeRS CALL AND SEE ME s R H IUMPHEvY r i rLt ll A j ar r J I 1 r irrIn = 9rf7 rr I 0 elS S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S e ss a I u t i i II est II1 AT COST PJI 1 S c i Ii OXFOROS 1111- 1I S aAND M Ise rIJrI Summer Underwear J 1j iff A T COST 0 sQ- J To Make Room For Fall Stock a S F CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 11 1 Main Street Richmond Ky S 0 s s s e S4SSIc o s sossQSSS S eSS SSSSS S SSS SISSSSr I he Richmond Climax J CUENAULT President D iILLERKditor Manger W DNKMAY AUU i Ii UK3 UKLlSHKlUCVtKV IfltThe climax Printing Co Inrorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION J 11 BENTONIOf Clark County li OMMON AHALTIPS ATTORNEY lION B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE- Announcements FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to unnouncc W It V T HER JR randiilat fr County Al t j subject to the action of the Democratic 11w are authorized to announce It II It ORE a candidate for ouiity Attorney qect to the action of ih Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce WILLIAM RNOLD candidate for City Councilman Ir i Diversity Precinct subject to the ction er the Democratic party FOR JAILER are authorized to announce J R PARKE a mlidaU for Jailer f Madison county iiojd to the action of the Democratic party m m NES Avs rmrifrltiriwl fcays II tulquarteH were opened yesterday at Swlbachs Hotel by the Democratic blitf Campaign Committee Rooms 1vial 47 have Jpen toe anidft for the nose Rooifr4TV be the general iquarters whlli 4i will be resfirv e Ir Judges H Harer the chair ii Mr lInger Wllh lit hindquarters v Mday togniliHr with Jilm A Ful t w the secretary Th lirst tiny was t in getting everything in order I1 tililition to rooms 40 and 47 room I4I wfii rtservtd for Mr Fulton who w ti iiHve need for private apart b where he can attend to his cor r cuulence without interruption ItpulilicHii State lIIIIIPltil111 Com n tv lias not yet teel III hfiuliiiiar i J IltIgo Gore Jill Untie tilt r iirinan ImslmMi using the State I Ial Committees utlir in llieKillit a liiiiMini until airanuHiuunts are in to open haelltllr11 Hxewhere CI F1BroerCo11 LiBXINGToN KY We are Showing Our Fall Line of FurnitureBi- gshipments of new patterns are coming in daily I 10 Our Mahogany Oak Birchand Maple Suits arid Dressers are the b autifulever most brought to this market Made Right Finished Right Prices Right t CJBmWerCO MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON I y pSI1p m d A Miss mi paper deplores the fact that the Missouri hemp crop will be short for says the paper there are more then in Missouri this year that ouirht to he banned than there ever wero before AT the reunion of Morgans men at Parks Hill Wednesday it was decided o form a permanent organization and to hold annual reunions hereafter The meetings are to be held in August the place of meeting to be fixed by the Executive Committee the organiza jolt Two sparrows fighting over a straw blocked street and started a riot in Ihiladelp jia It seems to take a very little thing to start a riot in the north these days and the south getting awful tired of these disgraceful atrairs Harrodsbnrg Ilertti- dVALLEY VIEW From the Argent Eld J T Howard of this place is conducting a protracted meeting in Esiill county Squire Collins Coy antI wife of Kirks yule aunt Jack Ross and wife ol Rich mond are spending several days with relatives near here the family of W 8 SowerH They will speud several days fishing in the Kentucky river J E iirtMiiirer of Million left at this otlice Saturday a peculiar shaped stone that he found imbedded in the sandof Shallow Ford The relic re sembles a corn knife the blade being eighteen incites long and the handle eight inches Nrt far from where the implement of Indian warfare was louiid is several Indian graves J L Fuller who for a few months sold merchandise at this plnce last year but disposed of his stock in trade to the Kentucky River Poplar Co and purchased the stock of merchan disc of lieuiian Ham at Edenton has again sold out J A Ham being he purchaser Mr Fuller te somewhere in eastern KelltaIDtOc Mr and Mrs M F Wharton are re joking over the arrival ofa girl at their home which put in appearance Tues day afternoon of the 11 inst and christened Mildred Harrison Pass the word to Roosevelt about the liv ing jewels dropped unstained from Heaven for this is the eighth child MayIluavenatheirsC Boucher County Secretary of the Young Mens Christian Associa tion in doing a grand work for the Master Ho is deeply interested in the tpiritual welfare jtf the young men of the county He never fails to keep an appointment rain or shine and is just as tJlttll1shL tic in a small meeting as a large otis lie is the right man in the right place Last Thursday morning George W Bowers while selling melons on the street in Kicholasvjlle fell in the street and was picked up unconscious and carried to a nearby grocery Drs wlth and Bell wen called and ad ministered an emetic After being revived he was parried to the home of his brother W P S Sowers of that town where he is being cared for At this writing Wednesday morning he is believed to be over the worst but not yet tilde Jo tf brought home It is believed the attack was brougnt on by over physical exertion It was n hock to lila relatives and wife who hastened to his bedside During Aug and Sept round trip tickets will be sold to Hot Springs Arkat one fare puts S2 each Wednes day and Saturday jv HAMILTON Agt A Call For Bids The City of Richmond will receive bids for the extentiou of the street run nint through the Fair Grounds and the old trotting track eastwardly around the colored cemeterv to a point on the L A railroad connecting with the new town pike now jerconstruction into Union Product via tho Four Mile Dirt Road For particulars profile plans etc call at the Hardware Store of D H Sbaekelford Co liidS must be in by Tuesday September 1st Right reserved to reject any lndall bids ur to extend time for bids J W HALES n B SHAOKELFOIU W li ARNOLD eUIII tn it tee Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure leafles remeditB1Dealliersdition III the mucous lining of the eDBlachlan tube When this tube is in orIlIlIperllcltirely closed deafness in the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition heating will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ton are nothingbutCulls Borvlces We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot ba cured by flails Catarrh Cure StJIJCl for circulars free OSoldHalls Family rills are the beqU f t D ConventiontoRepresentativ- eAt a meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee held in the Court House at Rich mond Aug 15 1003 pursuant to call It was ordered 1st For the purpose of nomina Representativebe voted for nt tho November elec tion 1903 there shall he held in each voting Irecllict in Madison county and at the regular voting SaturduyStlptlmber standard tune a muss convention of the Democratic votersof each of said precincts who shall select del precinctsinwhich shall bo held in the Court House ut Richmond at 10 oclock SeptetuherThat said county convention shall nominate a Democratic can didate fur Representative to be voted for at the November elec tion 1003 2nd That the representation ol each precinct shall be one vote for each fifty and fraction over 25 votes cast for C L Searcv in the regular county election 1001 3rd That under etiiii apportion ment each precinct shall be enti tied to votes us follows Court House 21 Bearwnllow 2 KingstoI3UlIlversity East End 3 Berea I Cluy2iorrestWhite Hull3 Bllrnum3MeCreary 4 Tevis Tipton 3 Crutcher2 PoosAy2Wuco Brassfield 2 Biggerstaff 4 4th The delegates chosen in each precinct shall be certified in writing signed by the chairman and secretary of the precinct con vention and placed on file br fore the county convention JOHN B CHENAULT Chairman R W MILLER Secret- aryPESOfNAL Mrs Clara Akers has been iu Lex ington Chief of Police James Allman spent Sunday in Cincinnati Capt S F Rock is spending several Jays this week out about Panola Misi Elsie Zimmer of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Marie Schilling Misses May Ballard and Rosa Al verson are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Nannie Hunt Powell is at home from a delightful visit to Winchester Mrs J B Haggin of Fnyette county has been visiting Mrs S N Moberly Mr Huston Stone who was recently injured at east Irvine is able to be put Miss Dooley Welch of Berea was a guest last week of Miss Annie Engle Miss Mary Scott has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Flemings burgMr Will Lilly ot Irvine was a puest Monday o his brother Hon ClILilly Mrs Rose Jarman and her daughter Miss Willie Mao are visiting in lex mgton Miss Lucy Moore who hiss been in Ashland for several months has returned home Charles Harper and wife of Ashland are visiting the latter mother Mrs Mary Moore Miss Magaret Clayton of Beatty ville spent last week with Mrs Allene Jackson lioggs Mrs lantba McQnilkiu of Russell ville is the guest of Mrs Jesse Cobb on North street Miss Marrie Schilling of Richmond lathe guest of Miss Elele Zimmer Central Record Mrs T D Chonault Jr has return ed from a visit to Mrs Graham Vree land in Louisville Rev Rutherford Douglass of Macon Ga was here last week shaking hands with his many friuds Mr and Mrs J M Kennedy of Cov In tonare visiting their daughter Mrs E Tntt Burnam Mrs J W Caperton la entertaining Dr Arthur Yeaeer and wife and Mrs Lewis of Georgetown Mrs James Alluinn and son Clark are at home from a short visit to rela lives in Vlncennes hid Mr James Gowen left Saturday liar lila home in Naahvilla after t- uF weeks L visit to Mrs R L Gentry Mr and Mrs MatS Cohen of Rich mond are visitfrig the family of Mr J A Cohen Wood ford Sun Miss Bessie Harris has returned homo from a visit to her brother Mr JB Harris in Winchester Mrs shbaazelius on Lancaster avenue InCincinnatiwith his sister Mrs Joseph Boggea Mrs Nannie Glover of Kansaa City Mo is the guest of Mr N B Deather age and other relatives here Mrs R Leo Davis and son Thomas of Lexington are guests of lIre George Nolan Jr near Union City Messrs R C Stockton R R Bur nam and David Freeman are spendhing a few days at Estill Springs Miss Helen Duncan one of the effic ient clerks at McKees is taking a much needed rest in the country this week Col GlJ Edgar of this city in etrurted the Bourbon county Institute which was in session in Paris last weekiProf C Rucker Adams and wife and Mr and Mrs Powley of Chicago are guests of Miss Lucy Adams on the Campus Misses Edna and Rebecca Rice have returned from an extended visit to their brother Mr Fountain Rice Jr in Mexico Mrs W D Oldbara returned to her home in Lexington Monday after a short visit to her mother Mrs lieu rietta Bronaton Mrs J C Durham of Clarksville Texas and Miss Katherine Park of Irvine are guests of Miss Emily White at White Hall Mrs E L Powell Is with her sister Mrs C E Smoot on Uioadway Dr Powell is at Orange Va since their return from abroadrMrs Harrison Simrall left Saturday for Richmond and from there will go to Estill Springs for a fort nights stay Lexington Leader Miss Daisy Lee Clark and Mrs Jamie Sudleck nee Clark of Cincinnati ate the charming guests ot Mrs J L Kauatzar at Million Ky Mrs W F Francis and daughter Sallie formerly of this place but late y have been making thetr home in the south are here visiting relatives The Mt Sterling Gazette says R Lee Davis of Lexington formerly a newspaper man has been employedas principal of Bath Seminary for the ensuing term Mrs Ben Boggs of The Fork Esttill county and Mrs Edgar Turley oftRichmond are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs RF Spears Spears Cor to the ArgeutcMr George Bertram general fore man of the L A shops has gone to England on a visit During his absence his wife will be with relatives at Atlanta Ga Rev H G Turner has gone to Georgetown where he will spend a week prior to going to Conference which convenes in ynthiana on the secondo September Miss Maytne Pickets is back at her place in L E Lanes jewelry store after a pleasant visit to Lexington Her many patrons and friends are glad to welcome her back Judge W II Lilly of Irvine was a pleasant caller at this office Monday Judge Lilly was enroute home from Georgetown where he has been a witness in the Caleb Powers trial Dr G W Evans J C Chenault J Stone Walker J A Sullivan H B Hanger and Harvey Cbenault attended the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Big Hill Coal Co at Brush Creek Friday Supt Win Wagers of Richmond is attending the Institute here this week Capt S F Rock who is in terested in the oil fields on Red Lick was in Irvine Tuesday Estill county Herald Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe are at home from a delightful visit to Crab Orchard Springs Mr Thorpe reports a fine crowd at this famous summer re sort and stated that he had the time of his life while there Mrs B W Turner of Richmond is visiting her sister Mrs John E Gar ner and Mrs G M AdamsMr James Boone and family have returned from a few lays visit to relatives in Richmond Winchester Democrat Mr and Mrs Daniel Coleman De Jarnette gave a most enjoyable dance and reception at their home Spring Grove in honor of their guests the Misses Turley and Deatherage of Ken tuckylast Friday evening An ele gant supper was served and music was furnished bythe Dlllard orchestra of Essex Richmond Va Times Dis patchAttorney R E Roberts was wel comed back last week from Old Point Comfort where he enjoyed a pleasant outing On his way Inure he stopped off at Georgetown and spent several days hearing the testimony in the Powers case Mr Roberts is one of our most able young lawyers and his many friends hAre are glad to have him back home again Mr and Mrs Neville Moberly who have been spending the week of the fair with Mr and Mrs J B Haggin at Green Hills have returned to their home in Richmond accompanied by Miss Mabel McAfeeMiss Mollie Hendren of Richmond Ky and Miss Nellie Hendren of Nicholasville who have been guests of MisetftMive anti Knla Jackson for the week left to day o return to their homesMiss Mary Lloyd Quiseuberry Richmond has returned home after a pleasant week spent with Miss Mary McDanlelLex in ton Leader Judge and Mrs John D Goodloo are entertaining Col and Mrs Charles A R Woods of Norborne Mo Col WoOls is a descendant of one of Madi sons pioneers Adam Woods brother of Archibald Woods William and Michael Woods Jr ancestors of the Goodloes Caperton Millers Shackel fords etc Col Woods knowledge of his Woods ancestors is little less than marvelous be having a roster contain ing the addresses of more tItan two thousand of that name Col Woods has traveled in every country on the globe and resided in Tennessee and Missouri having been the staff of Gov Wm J Stone and Gov Bob Taylor He is a graduate of West Point Past Grand Commander of the Knights of Pythias of Missouri and a man of great intelligence and cultivation Lambs for Sale I have for sale a few southdown Buck Isiiba the Cnsaius M Clay stock end nIe short horn bull calf For par ticulars call on JAS fiEjAKNKT- Taag 12 1m BichmondT 1 I Wore FLuter Cast Zor Six Months lured of 2 Dislocated Hip Our readers are familiar with the history of the case of little George De jarnette age six years son of Mr and T Fhedislocation in Infancy either from a- ighitlallor at birth a not unusual occurrence The parents of tho child are unable to tell the cause of the boys jury but suffice to say the little feIm w was a pitiful object as he limped bout on the shortened limb Of course tile father and mother wereTdeeply distressed at the their only child a beautiful intelligent boy seemingly condemned to a life of restricted usefulness and pleasure unable to enjoy the pastimes of childhood like other sound and healthy and with a future not less A year ago the medical world was startled by the announcement that an Austrian surgeon Dr Adolph Lorenz had been successfully treating congen- Ital hp dislocation by an original proo cess of bloodless surgery that is plain ly speaking by simply forcibly wrench ing loose the muscles and ligaments of thv hip joint at one operation restoring the hip joint to its natural and normal position Hitherto the knife had always been used with its attendant pain and prolonged treatment Dr Loreiiza marvelous cures attracted the attention of the millionaire Amour of Chicago whose little girl Lolita had congenital hip dislocation and the Chicago meat King sent at once for the Austrian surgeon to cross tIre Atlantic and try his ukill upon the Armour child who had not walked a step in her whole life Dr Lorenz came and operated upon little Lolita and without trouble set her hip joint awl placed it in a plaster cast promising to return in six mouths and take oil the cast and allow the child to walk all of which tie did just as be promised and at last the multimillionaires little daughter was cured of a disability that promised to follow her to her grave For this cure Dr Lorenz received the princely fee of 100000 Instantly the press of this country was filled with long and interesting ac counts of this foreigners wonderful operation and people flocked to his hotel bringing scoies of little children i fdlyfree with only the smallest percentage of failures A few surgeons were in dined to depreciate the merits of the marvelous though simple blood ss method of Dr Lorenz but the parents of hundreds of suffering infants continued to bless him for his cure of- heir dear ones who had seemed doomed o lives of affliction In June 1U02 beforeDr Lorenz came- ot America Dr Oscar Vance of this ity a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy began his bloodless treatment of the little Dejarnette boy by gradually stretching and kneading the muscles of the hip joint thus per mitting the joint to assume its normal position in the socket without the sudden wrenching of the Lorenz process Dr Vance continued for three months his manipulations of the muscles and fibers of the boys hip before attempting to replace the dislocated bone caHed by surgeons the lemur During this time the lads shortened leg had been lengthened about 4 inches when all was ready for the operation which to a surgeon at this stage was a com paratively simple matter The little fellows leg was then encased in a pIns er cast to hold the hip in place until the head of the femur could bore out the socket This required six months and the time expired last Thursday afternoon when the child and his parents came to town to have the plaster cast removed Of course this was an anxious moment to the parents especially as well as to the pliysician who had staked his reputa tion on performing an operation that had given international fame to the renowned Austrian A representative of the CLIMAX and relatives of tle child witnessed the removal 01 the cast and saw the boy walk unaided down the steps of the Doctors office followed by his delighted parents and relativesSince news of this case has gone abroad through the daily press Dr Vance has received letters from parents with children suffering with dislocated hips asking all manner of questions and displaying their anxiety to have their children treated Dr Vance dues not lay claim to originating his method but declares that it has been known to Osteopathy for thirteen years antedating Lorenz a dozen years and he further ears that cases are on record to prove this but this Is of no concern to the public except in so for as they proved successful and the Doctor has no anxiety whatever on this score The CLIMAX has published many items of interest in surgery performed by our local physicians who stand as highas those of any community in the State and it is simply in keeping with its custom to give to the public such helpful and truthful information that it goes into the details of this latest remarkable cure 4 ++ ++ ++++++ + iJT Is like everything elseyou + want the best THE CLIMAX T X huts new and unto date races of type and carries only the nicest grades of stationery rl + You will be pleased with our twork Try us COTTONBURG I Air Mat Tussey who had an opera ton performed at Gibsons Infirmary is improving rapidly and will be able to return to his home in a few days Mrs J P Long slid daughter Miss Cara returned from Buckeye Saturday where they have been for several days attending a protracted meeting at the Chapel Messrs Clay and Rufus makeman rented their farm ot ISO acres to Mr Henderson for 1100 carloadtoSJic Mr James Ray lisa bought Blikemxn Bros store and will carry about the earno line of goods next year Among those who returned from BoblunltRufus Hlakeman and Mr and Urn Leslie Cotton Messrs Hamilton Kroaddnn and J s Curtis left Sunday fur St Louis forIllinoisthinking of locating andTexleed at Buckeye last week Inliephd sad f tjje motbef pf ftve elve ir J- Dont forget tosee that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 4 Thomas Jersey Cow For Sale I have for sale a Lice Jersey cow fresh with calf and number one milker or particulars call on undersigned aug 12 4t R ETURLEY For Sale 20acre farm near Valley View In Madison county Rood house of four oms good water nil in cultivation Jas Mitchell For Mitchell heirs Nicholasville Ky O CITES A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at tbe State Bank Trust Company or by writing TD CHEXADIT Telephone 89rllllt 4 mbl8 tf Terrill ivy Eczema scald head hives itchiness f the skin of any sort instantly relieved permanently cured Doans Ointment At any drug store 1m RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankxad The 5 cent packet is enough 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 a specalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the best woikmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a com lute line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFP 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 Farm co n tains improvedAddtess to Mrs Nannie J Green 19autf BLUFFTON GA 4Get in the Henderson Route Hab- itKentuckians Official Route to the Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louis Ownnsboro and Evans vtlle to all points in the West and SouthwestIf any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists1 Excursions we have themAsk Us For Rates From Anywhere To Everywhere and Ask Us First E M Womack Geo L Garrett City Pass Ag Tray Pass Agt L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky For SaleProperty advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo No1No2 No3No4 No5No6 No7No8 No9No NonNo No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 24I contalnfngS sanaltbarnoriginal cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich outbuildIngssiring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street courthousefoundThesegain onIrvinepair Price SI20 wilt bay a good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price JIM producingarm outbulidingaGood farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other im PriceSwellfencedments Can bo bought in connection with No 8 Price 1000 wellImprovedGood cottage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 inaall necessary out buildings A bar gain at tow Nice residence containing seven cUyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap inMadisonoutbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A four rOtm cottage and seven acres twoInarbor nil necessary out building nthrivingand schools ure convenient Price500 InIUcbmoud cityLotA residence in roodneighborhood Lot 120x150 feet Price52BOO desirIngRichmondwell neighborhood streetcnuiiiiiningfoursary iintlnilluinga Cnn UP ur Agreatresidence for purchaser- An ideal cottage of five rooms utecsayoutbutIdingsIlcluding Wllllleltonresidence for purchaser contatnlllitre4denceixirtionof buildIngsdealring a nice home Beretnrnpiitecontatning half in corn and onehalf In grass cordedwoodpropertyatoutbuildings I10Sii t tI fl For Ten Days Only= c For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices fa t quoted below VY 8 l3c Laws at 5c vlc lOc Lawns at 9c 15sLawnsat124c tl34l8cLawns15c for 69c 4t 99c 89c 4 Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats cinch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 5- io inch accordion plaited flounce trimmedwith of black foot ruffle J99 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 3High luster J2 inch flounce trimmed with J2 narrow ruffles at J99 each Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Yours aILJ Jt corAls2nfrEN MllfulfJlfiTUCKYI I 1rLruI 5- ft Farm For Sale The very fluent small farm in Ken tucky containing 200 acres on the Richmond und Lancaster turnpike and Kentucky Central railroad two miles from three thriving villages Kirksville Paint Lick and Silver Creek where fine schools and churches abound About onehair in grass remainder in tobacco hemp corn and other crops Every one will tell you of the fertility of this farm Each field has running water the year arntuii- dIMPROVEMENTS Ten room brick residence ice houses hen house carriage house tobacco and stock barns servants quarters tenant houses etc Title perfect anti terms to suit purchaser Mits S E FIELD ane23t silver Creek Ky PUBLIC SA- LEFARM oF AH Administrator with the will an nexed of the late James Nelson I will offer at public sale on the premises on Saturday Sept 12 03 at oclock p m the home farm of said testator situated about 9 titHes countyKyGrove Station containing about 325 Acres substantialbrick quartersThedition ani is largely in grass TERMS Onethird on Jan 1 1004 at which time possession will be given and a conveyance made to the purchas er balance one and two years credit with interest from that date with lien on the land to secure the deferred pay purchaser will be permitted to sow small grain in the fall on the corn land C S French Admr JamesNelson WINCHESTER KY Nearly 12000 a Ladies 25c Corset Covers for 19c a 39c 29c 11 49c 39c 75c69aI ti99ai bands Respectfully E A Reminder If That we are right in the pushwith our superb stock of I I I I I I Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCornerMain and Second Money to Loan I can get you monev 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 bv phone or drop usa note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it ii good order for the coining season We do good work at moderate Irices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See onr new stock of sur rys baggies etc before buying Kiihmond Carriage Works tf S 1 MIDRIFF Prop Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of J B Simpson deceased are requested to file same properly verified as required by law on or before September 1 or same will be barred All persons knowing themselves indebt callianclAug 1003 4t Adinr s to th OLD JOE Hand made Sour Mash gusracteed is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur t poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 4 00 per gallon i10 bottles So 5 I t jugs 250 5 abottles 3 r 2 jugs 210 Orders promptly filled f WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky f Burdock Blood Bitters a man a clear head and active brain a strong vigorous bodymakes him fit for the battle of life 1m 350 bushels Seed for sale at tNatl5au3t Paint Lick Ky l THE GREAT 5 REMOVAL SALE I bt WILL COMMENCE iSA TURD Y A va 1stfeiy and continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month q l f The Selling will be Positively t jU The Buying Chances are Unparalleled it great and increasing business done by this store during the past few years bears fruit in remarkable Removal Sale Prices are reducedas nevel before Broken lots have been bunched and the heavily cut prices have Wearedeterminedplish our purpose Come prepared to buy at prices never before quoted on stylishseasonable merchandise i of ee + This stockof 4Trunksf I r VALUEDasI close out this stock jt J 4b U thatitt = Nearly 5QOO RICHMOND KENTUCKY Worth Goods 4 Respectfully S CaiTipin WHISKY gives Wheat Sensational The Toe Sold f splendid Department to be sacrificed A cool propo money saving proposition that ever man woman 11should investigate t E V Elder 5 i Se I U L i w T1iiiiiii ilf n IIyII II jr1rao A BusirlessIgetourthelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions riC aTTa OoTcs RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa BrosI SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH hmnn Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 26 1903 Lord Salisbury former Premier of England is dead Only a few more days until the schools will open for the winter Laurel county Fair London Ky Aug 25 to 28th good returning 29th one fare Dont forgt the oldfashioned country talr to be held lit Nicholas ville Sept 12 and 3 It will be a Fair like our daddies used to attend Mr Socrates Maupin of Kingston made an assignment Friday to the State Bank Trust Co The liabili ties and assets are yet unknown Messrs A D and C D Miller are moving into their new homes on Fourth street These are two of the neatest and coziest cottages in the city and are quite an addition to that part ot town Nice bundle oats for sale Wagon load lots delivered any where III city limits Market price Apply to S N Muberly It Richmond Ky Dont fail to read the advertise ment in this issue of Rice Arnold These gentlemen are offering great bargains in shoes and gents furnish tugs goods and will save you moRley if an opportunity is given them Scrivner Brothers have just put in acomplete set of new fixtures and now have one of the handsomest storet to he found anywhere Winchester SunSentinelThese Richmond boys and they are hustlers from way hack Shackelfnrd Co have everything that the farmer needs and usesir yon want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Ken tucky Disc Wheat Drills With or without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of Fertilizer and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf To Build Mr M C Kellogg our popular wholesale grocer has let the contract for a handsome twontory residence on the Sn t His lot aijoins that of Mr J F RinVs Walters SchoolIThe Walter Sclmnl will heuin its next session Wednesday September 2nd at 9 oclock All sMidmils who are to attend ate strongly urged to be present at the opening Anroonces tor Council In tn lass UMAX will lie found the 1111111111111111 nl Mr W Arnold for C iiuiciliiian from UiiiverMty ptrcinct Mr Arnold bus served in ihis capacity for the pant four years i llioroiieh ly familiar xvith the iinlies nl llienfiice aud if elected will cniitiniie to serve his llIstiIUIIIII fuji himuhly as in the past RELIGIOUS Lhe Stale Convention of the Chris tian church will held in Pnris in Sepemiior About IIiP thousand del eitt1ire XII lo Iiili e 3 YO9 Shackelford Co are headquarters for all kinds of sporting goofls single and double barrel guns from 600 to 100 ant rifles any kinds you wish all calibers Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load you wish Game bags and loathing tools tf Lost A blue enamelled watch and n beaded chatelaine Finder will please re turn same to this otllra or to Mrs John W Turley and receive reward Will Move Mr Leslie P Evans has purchased the house and lot on Oak street the property of Mrs Smile Chenault He will shortly move his family there Injured by a Fall MIPS Carrie Poyntz sister of Dr J M Poyntz of this city fell at the home of tier sister Mrs Ann Bean in Montgomery county Tuesday break hog her thigh bone at the hip joint Tales Ceek AssodaUon The Tates Creek Association met yesterday at Republican church A big crowd nnsin attendance and a most enjoyable and profitable session rr ported Returns to Richmond Mr Nick White Sr who formerly resided here and who followed black smithing has returned to this city He has beea located for several years in Columbus Ohio Mr White is a brother to the late Printer White lost 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 lending to their recoveryA D Miller Lawiencebure Visited by a Big Fire Fire at Lawrenceburg last Wednesday originating in the Globe Furnish iou store destroyed three large build hogs and their contents on Main street The court house was also badly dam aged The Lexington fire department which was telegraphed for rendered valuable service Moore Farries Miracle Judge Turpin performed a marriage ceremony yesteiday morning just after breakfast uniting the hearts and lives of a handsome widow named Moore and a gallant groom named Miracle AR the Judge closed his beautiful cere mAny he whispered to Clerk Cohh something about the age of miracles having resumed and they both went out and took a cocoa cola A Valuable Dog Poisoned Mr D M Chenault has recently had one of his fine bird dogs to die from the effects of poison We are sorry to know that there are persons who are so Heartless as to throw out poison for a dumb brute to get and after days of horrible suffering finally die We think ifa dog or other animal is in ones way so as to merit death it would be better to take a gnsi and shoot it dead on the spot Do not make the poor things suiTor as they do when poison ed Mr Chenault is very much worried over hislops as the pup was of a very fine breed The Fair a Certainty The Red Men have docided to hold their Street Fair and Carnival from 14 to 19 of September We are ex tremely clad that such is the case and that our streets will be merry with the many attractions that go to make up an occasion of this kind The execu live committees are doing allin their power to make the fair a sticceRH and hop to have it Otis of the best in the State These fairs are sources of creat enjoyment to everybody It brings pe pie to town and tins means much for the merchants We congratulate the Red Men on their energy in getting up the fair and we predict that it will be a grand success Our people should rally to their support and give them al the encouragement possible BIRTHS PATKS Capt John R Pates and wife are happy over the arrival of a fine son John R Jr o r eE Deatherage Co Seeds seeds SEEDS lI dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that t J I have all kinds of seeds to sell I am no old hayseed If j either but I have JC HAYto sell by the bale or car load I also handle oats 1- If t andcorn and Northern Seed Rye Those wanting Jthings will do well to give me a call Prices reasonable t- J J Remember that I have things to sell and not to keep 00 0 0 j JEDeatherage CoT c 1 u jA J i iii tttt t i E DEEPER GUTS IN SUMMER SUITS ill Rare Chance For Cool Clothes at Extremely Low Prices l l t 4 5 300 f Cut to 200Iw Tow Linen Suits t tNuff said everybody knows this is t a great bargain 5OO Cut to 350 wDark neat Flannel Suitable for late fallwear c v it 700 Cut to 500 All wool homespun and wool crash esworth the price for two weeks wear 200 Cut to 115Neat servicable Linenette Suits wash well most unusual values at ctheprice 1 t When the Cook Leaves 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 lAtthe Big Hill Coal Company Friday the following officers were elected for i he ensuing ysar President John H Jones Pittsburg Pa VicePresi dent Frank Miller Treasurer J Stone Walker Secretary Jerre A Sullivan The Lynn Home Sold Mr Elmer Deatherage has purchased the Lynn hume on the corner of Third street and Ulymlon Avenue This is the one of the most desirable homes in the city and is modern and conven ient in every way Mr Deatherage will move his family to his new home about the first of October Price paid WHS about 4 500 W R Smiths Call je Lexington KY Is where hundreds of clerks farmer toys and others have invested 60 to 90 for tuition and board for an education and are now getting 1000 and over a year Read ad and keep this notice foi reference Remember that in order your letters may reach this college address only WILBUR R SMITH it Lexington Ky Announces For Jailer Mr J R Parke announces in this Issue of the CLIMAX his candidacy for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Parke has always been a Democrat and has been of valuable service to his par ty in the past and now asks the voters of Madison county to consider his claims before pledging their vote If elected Mr Parke will fill the office with credit to himself as well as his constituents Auction Sale One hundred extra good heavy boned horses suitable lor draft farm work and driving purposes Horses to suit everybody Tuesday Septemj ber 8 1905 at Emorys Stock Richmond Ky We will sell at Public Auction the above number of horses from the ranges of Iowa and Nebraska including the famous Percheron H brand and Loche horses whlcn are giving such geueal satisfaction and are acknowledge to be the best draft and driving horses in the west Forty Indiana ponlen This sale will consist of mares anl 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 ni sharp For further information write or wire J F Cook Co Union Stock yards Lexington Kentucky Col Tom Ohenault Auctioneer oDont forget t5 see the ball game Saturday afternoon Game Called at 230 11j0i11Q cent F J Mr Crooke Announces Under the proper heading in this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Hon R IL Crocke for County Attorney of Madison county Mr Crooke is well known in every precinct in Madison and is a Democrat of the old school a perfect gentleman and a scholarly lawyer conceded to have no superior at this Bar His equipment for the position is acknowl edged by all and ifnominated he would be elected and fill the office with credit to himself and his people Mexican Veterans to Meet On September 17th our city will be the scene of a reunion of the grayiiaired veterans of the Mexican war This will be a State affair and promises to be a most pleasant occasion There are less than one hundred of these veterans in Kentucky and in Madison county there are only five who remain to toll of the bloodyscenes They are Capt N D Burrus Clifton Shifilitt Joe Perkins James Deuham and Thomas Davis A meeting will be held in a few days for the purpose of perfecting all the plans for the reunion when amid tears and laughter the old comrades will recount the many weary days and nights spent together on the battfe field in hot marches and in camp It is thought that about fifty or sixty veterans will attend Howto Stop Feuds Thomas M Monow of Breathitt county editor of the Jackson Hustler was In town Saturday and said that no one more deeply hplorta the unfortunate condition of affairs existing m his home county than he U After a careful study of the question and with the experience gained by a number of years residence there I am prepared to state that there is but one remedy for the murderous feuds exist lug in Southeastern Kentucky said Mr Morrow and that is this When a murder is committed let troops be hurried to the scene martial law declared and officials from an outside county be appointed to try the murderer and punish his crime Then most important of all let the entire costs of trial Judges jurors witness fees the transportation and other expense of the militia be borne by the county instead of the State in which the crime la committed When the debt h saddled on one of these mountain communities and they have to pay the freight it Will bring them to a swilt realization of the state of things and they will be as eager to prevent crime an they have hitherto encouraged it If it bankrupts the county let it do so for that system will drive the feudist froth its borders Get after theta right teach them with the bayonet aad the pocket book aoda cefieatioa of crime wilt speedily result srf 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 Prices that must move them out 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 SOc 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 c = 19 eents = Song Service Next Surday evening at 730 there will be a special song service at the First Presbyterian church Every body cordially invited to attend Successful Operation Drs H R W M Gibson performed a successful operation Friday upon Mr Ira Scudder of Union City for obstruction of the bowels Mr Scudder notwithstanding his advanced age is vetting along nicely and will soon be able to return to hie home Painful Accident Mrs Mary McClintock fellat the Walters home on the Campus one day last week and sustained very painful injuries Her many friends will be grieved to know of her misfortune but all are glad to know that it was no worse and it will be but a few days until she can be going about as usual Nicnolasville ralr Next Tuesday September 1st will be the opening day of the Nicholasville Fair It will continue three days ana everything promises to be most enjoy able It will be an old fashioned coun try fair Splendid premiums are of fered and a big crowd expected It is useless to say that the good people of Nichoiasville and Jessamine will make it pleasant for all who attend They know how to do timings up in first class style and the fair is going to be a grand success A Sappy Reunion Last week the surviving members of Morgans band met at Park Hill for the first time in twentyfive years Out ot the four thousand who followed the brave fighter in many battles only one hundred and ten are bit ranging in ages from 56 to over 80 More than twenty counties in this State were rep resented in the reunion and several other States sent Veterans The old comrades had a merry good time talk ing of the past Those who attended from here were Messrs N B Death erago Joe Collins David Chenault C D Pattie Dudley Tribble Irvine Asbill and W F French Mr Warren Withdraws Hakine Mr Helm a Formidable Candidate It has been formally announced that Mr BC Warren who was the Con gressional candidate in opposition to Mr Harvey Helm has withdrawn from the race and given Mr Helm the track Both of these gentlemen are Jrom Lincoln county and since Mr Warrens withdrawal Mr Helm lisa a candidacy of considerable proportions It has fur ther been suggested that in case Madi son has no candidate for the office it would be well for this county to support Mr Helm in his race remember lose what Lincoln did for Mr John B Chonanlt in his recent fight for Audi tor giving him thq largest majority of any county except Madison in the whole State of Kentucky John Wagers As a Sleuth Hound of the Law Old Sleuth will have to be substi tuted for Old Wash hereafter in ad dressing Madieons model Sheriff John F Wagers whose achievements in run fling down lawbreakers mark him as a detective of the first rank Last week the CLIMAX told of the robbery of J W Wilsons store at White Hall supposedly by Newton Chenault colored who was tracked by blood hounds arrested and jailed here The Sheriff suspected another negro Sam Fox of complicity in thai robbery and he persuaded Sam to tell all he knew of the affair which resulted in the recovery of nearly all the stolen treas ore 163 in cash which had been buried in the ground A pilgrimage was made to the spot designated and there Mr Wagers dug up about 145 restored it to the Swner and then engaged board at Castle Lackey for the new recruit Old Sleuth Is receiving the con gratulations ot lila many friends over his diplomatic management of the case whereby the guilty are safe behind the bars and the stolen plunder restored to U rightist OWBT i 4 r Lou Dillion Holds the Worlds Record On Monday last Lou Billion 5 vears old driven by Millard Sanders at Keadville Mass broke the worlds trotting record when the she went to the 200 minute mark Lou Billion is by Sidnev Dillion dam Lou Milton by Milton Medium 225 by Happy Medium 2nd dam Fly a mare of co breeding She was bred by Pierce Bros of California and purchased by C K G Rulings who now possesses the fastest trotter in the world Announces For County Attorney Mr W R Letcher Jr announces in this issue of the CLIMAX his candi dacy for the office of County Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Letcher is one of the best known young men in Madison county is a lawyer of much ability and a true blue Democrat He has a thorough knowledge of business and if selected to fill this important office will discharge the duties involved with credit to all He solicits the vote of every Democrat in Madison county MATRIMONIALGUERRANTSrARKS Ir Marshall Guerrants marriage to Miss Mary Sparks of Nichoiasville was a pleasant surprise to his many friends here The marriage took place last Monday in Lee Cheneaux Michigan where the bride had been summering and was the culmination of a long and happy courtship Mr Guerrant at tended old Certral University here and there was never a more popular student in the college or town He was aprominent fraternity man He now holds a responsible position with the Kentucky Distillery Warehouse Company at Lexington Mr Guerrant is a son of Dr E 0 Guerrant one of the best known ministers of the Presbyterian church His bride is a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs E R Sparks Her father is a wealthy capitalist and is Mayor of Nichoiasville She is quite popular In her home town and is poe sessed with many attractions Mr and Mrs tiuerrant left Les Cheneanx for Mackinnc Atlantic City and New York and will make their home in Lexing ton The CLIMAX joins in with hosts of friends in extending congratulations Rev Horace Turner to Leave Last Sabbath Rev H Q Turner preached his farewell sermon at the Methodist Church to a large congre gation It is needless to say that the close of his pastorate here will cause widespread and sincere regret In every walk of lifn he has borne himself as becomes a soulwinner entering heartily into all time affairs of the peo pie and identifying himself with every movement looking to the spiritual and material advancement of the communi ty He is all things to alt men in the best sense of the term one of natures noblemen whose presence up lifts every circle in which he is thrown His pulpit style is devoid of the sensational but he utters the Truthwith eloquence and courage and never without due preparation so that after hearing him one is forced to say He has done his whole dutyit remains now for me to do mine A visiting clergyman a stranger to Mr Turner after hearing the latter at a opecial service recently expressed the opinion that he had never listened toe more chaste and powerful discourse than Mr Turners on that occasion His church has prospered under his miuiatery of four years the extreme limit of a Methodist pastorate and his removal tiHba a loss alike to the congregation and the community For the first time in the history of the Richmond Church its pastor will bo able to report to time Metuodittt Confer euce every assessment paid in full a fact of which the people and pastor are justly proud This isa voluntary trihute to Mr Turner feebl and insufficient bath is uttered with a full sense of the appro priateness of commending thJBambassa ibm of in the language of the Master Well done thou good arid faithful ervaBt t t il Wifh Crutcher Tribble Mr Wm B Feland has accepted a clerkship with Crutcher Tribble shoe merchants Mr Feland is ac quainted with the shoe business from start to finish aud is one of the most popular clerks in Richmond He has for some time past been with time Bog ers SlieeCo of Lexington Resolutions of Respect In the providence of an allwise and gracious God thu First Presbyterian church of Richmond Ky and the Ladies Foreign Missionary Society of this church have been sorely bereaved by the death of their most active and devoted member Mrs Anne Wallace Walters and in recognition aud ap preciation of her faithful and selfdeny ing labors her willing and loyal sup port and her loving and generous beneficence for the welfare of the church and society this society hereby records its sorrow over her death and its sympathy for the bereaved ones in the greater afiliction that they have sustained by this providence The society also hereby sets apart a page in its record book to be devoted to her memory inscribed with the dates of her birth and death and dl rects that a copy of this memorial be sent to the family of the deceased that it be recorded in the minute book and published in the town papers the Christian Observer and the The Missionary Mrs W H DODGE MRS WALLER BENNETT MRS CLARA AKKRS MBS MARIA 800 eat to 1 600 A r e Richcolors padded shoulders that r fit well Lay aside your heavierfclothes and find comfort and econo my in these cool light things oft I 10010eut 1250 Gut to loft Our finest suits Ele gant patterns some silk lined and 5 rfl1 I lal 150Cut 700 j 11 Isu1ts900 imidsummer thinkofyoursaving Straw Hats 75 cents in lIFine stylishshapes Throwaway the old soiled one and f buy a new r 1f clean oneA1 COVINGTON AND BANKS ttIjJlIt I m Tragic Death of Thos P DudleyIOur community was on Saturday to hear of the suddenIdeath of Mr Thomas P Waco this county Mr Dudley had been in town and was on his way homo when his horse became frightened at a rock crusher Mr Dudley was unable to control the animal which ran away at terifilc speed throwing his driver from tho buggy He sustained such severe injuries that he only lived a very short time Deceased was about 65 years old and for some time past has been in poor health however at the time of his tragic death he was on the road to recovery The past twenty years of his lifts were spent in the revenue service in which he proved a mot valuable man Prior to this time he devoted himself to farming Mr Dudley belonged to one of the oldest and best known families in the State Besides a wife he is survived by quite a family of children all of whom aro grown His interment took place in the Richmond cemetery Sunday after gatherhogest sympathy goes out to the heart in their great bereave ment Program for Teachers Association to Be Held at iiirer Creek School House Auj 29 1903 1000 Devotional exercises Rev WI H Robe Welcome address B P Allen ResponseF Caldwell Address J Wm Wagers Solo Misii Nannie Bales THE TEACHERS a His training Miss Haagen b Common sense Sirs lift cSocial qualities Mrs Ham mond and Miss Lottie Farrisifd HealthMiss Why am I a Teacher Miss Adelia Fox The Ideal TeacherMiss Fanny Allen The Teachers Howard Prof J 15 Harris The Teachers Opportunity Prof L V Dodge 1200 NOON JDINNER100 Teachers Qualification for Rural SchoolsProf S C Mason rRural science for district schools Prof M E Marsh Evolution of Public schools J W Van Winkle Should a teacher teach six months for five months payMrs Cynthia Coyle and C F Brock Folly of rapid promotion of pupils Miss Lelia Harris and Miss Luey Hayes How to secure attendance V J Blanton and W S Brock Music in SchoolMiss Rachel Bales T and Miss Georgia Powell Parents duty to school W A John son and W II Robe VhatisigoodschoiJvThiThf lace and Mrs Gilbert Care for district property E Mitch ell and J M Baker Pestcilozzi Miss Ellen Hayes kschoolsAff Miss Emma Hendren Neg PO Smith Everybody welcome- B P Allen Vicepresident I ffiFmffi7I mm7Iffi m F+ r suits made to measure Before You Buy I Dont fail to see our line of Suits Made to Measure i H OUR COLLECTION OF lli SuitingsTrousering i 1t1and Overcoatings for the forthcoming Fall and Winter are now complete and it is to your interest to pay us a visit at your earliest Ii conveniencet i t 7 j h We represent B STERN SON of New York and others Every Bamnl is tastsd to Fit aaH Run iRICE AND ARNOLD Main Street Richmond Ky 71 V 7tj ffi 7IF 7I 7F 7ctI Sr L iJIC I u I1I I IPROFESSIONAL OARDS ILTTOP S Ith MILLER ATTOHSETATLAW RICHMOND KBSTCCKT Office the Burnam Building next door to 4fmerI National Bank tebSly I A StJVJ-4 ATTORNEY ATLAW 1RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op pueite Court House on Main Street J O D M UHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RllHMOND KENTUCKY r Office on Second Btreot over Chen nltV grocery W R LETCH ER- Attorneyat Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY tigOffice over Taylor Hros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORR AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old Ujr office over Pcrrt k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON IlndWlANS AND SUKGEOAS BIHMOND KENTUCKY Gttucmtbf Dr Hobsoa building M InStreet U L JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ultiee Stuuffer limliliin Main Street relrptioti al resilience the Chrr place on Broadway IIHMOND KltKTUCKV W EVANS M I t PHYSICIAN AND SDKUKON RICHMOND MCNTUCKl oc E OYanceDO- Mrs E OYance D Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B Literature furnished mi aiuilication CONSULTA noN FREE tOriuluate Southern School of Oatheopathy DENTAL SURGERY tt 1atttt tt ton ot op LOUISVILLE KY office next door to Government Building ftlchraSnd Kj Office iours9 to 121 to only 7 M Blanton DENTIST office lu Bennett Hulkllng lanly THLBPHOSE 196 OK LANDMAN Hotol ilyiiilnii Wednesday September J 1003 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat TTENTION111IIIPffr from the East Kiid of Maui stret to the Gnrnett House storeroom ou Snoiid street where we will he tflad to wel cnine our friends coil patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters nnd we will convince vuu that we are the lccillers in the Produce business in Madison county GOTT BROS sO oml street ljUlh RICHMOND KY One RlinuleCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Louisville Si AtlllUroLQ DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAIN8 LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalUesLawrencebUrg She 605 3Upand m For Irvine m i54amFor Miller1 Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LonUylllei Lexington and I IlMain Cincinnati iCICp m pmPromO M DROWNING Gen Mgr KyHRichmond Xr Stops tho Con2i and Works off tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Trete Mire a cold in one day No cure no i ay Prioe 25 cents TO THOSE tf wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire FencePACEjJJ places it Weare is on in sale plaased at toitatethatI Arbuckle A Simmons Searcy Hamilton O Finnel J W Mailers J V Whitlock Jfihn atapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt L A Wtarren r O McAVbarter Blckner k Earl- yJTCov R chmond- Waco Red House Valley View Ruthton Edenton fottonbnrg Paint Lick Wallacetonlitre Kirksvllle Next to the Proper Test WHIPS the proper glasses Wi can do what is right with regard to the test ind the LASSES made to fill thin prescription Our tuck of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for classes not of If ery unusual strength For these it will akf a little longer time Repairs are rumltlexecuted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler MainS Richmond Ky Armerg old stand ly L N1a1i Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1441 p m ton Bx ess sonth bound I46 p No6 Clnnatl and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Cinuati and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnatl and Livin- gs1Ipm ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No Stanford and Mays Title Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m ville Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 am No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound u Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing luejrni8 Innd for rent apr 1tf Harvey Ilel- i8t1htSCHOOL Irof G 1 Simmons Newton Falls Ohin will open in Sep temliur a Highclass Private School at Klrksville Ky In1ho- old Elliott Institute buildings lie will he supported hy com petent assistant The aim will he to rehuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can he done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one ollhe best in Kentucky Help with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirknville Address all in quiries to G P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkpville Ky L R Bianton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprao lyrPhone b5 FLOURWhere are you going my prettymaid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir sh said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company rhone 1663 WACO t KY tt WQ Qrding in cn- T l I r rKentucky Fair Dates Shelbyville August 25 4 days London August 26 3 days Germantown August 26 4 days Bardstown September 1 6 days Nicholasville September 1 3 days Somerset September 14 day Elizabeth town Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 dajp Kentucky State Fair Ow nsboro September 21 C days We have nevershown a Inrgiir stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runabouts than we t ow Lave on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buy i in We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFF Prop Cures Eczema Itching Humors Pimples Costs and CarbunclesI B B B is a certain and sure cure for eczema itching skin humors scabs achingbonesling pain in the skin old eating sores ulcers etc Botanic Blood Balm cures the worst arid nicwt deepseated cases by enriching purifying and vitalizing hellthyIsore and gives the rich glow of health to the skin Builds up the broken down body and makes the blood red and nourishing Especially advised patentcure Druggists1 with complete rections for home cure To prove B B prepaidhvGa Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m They all Spoke Well of You a new song by Al Tra hern is the latest ballad craze in New York The composer has sent two copies of this song to every music store in the United States and Canada making a totalof some twenty thousandcopies so that those who wish a copy will have no trouble in securing it Eat all You Want Persons troubled with indigestion or dyspepsia can eat all they want if they will take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure This remedy pieparts the stotimch for the reception retention digestion and as similation of all of the wholesome food that may be eaten and enables the di gestive organs to transform the same into the kind of blood that gives health and strength Sold by E C Wines 1m Mrs Leland Stanford has given to the university of whichshe is the patroness the Brugsch Bey collection of Egyptianantiquities It con tains a vast numberof objects large and small dating from 5000 to 3000 B C And for the Home Builder Farmer a Miner h Merchant A WOMANS BACK The Aches and Pains will Disappear if the Advice of This Richmond Citizen is Followed A womans back has many aches aud- painsMost times tis the kidneys fault Jiackache is realy kidney ache Thats Doan Kidney Pills cure Many Richmond women know this Read 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 Doans Kidney pills I had a severe case of kidney troubles The pains across the small of my back were hard to bear and the kidney secretions were much discolored and irregular 1 got a box ot Doana Kidney pills at B L Middeltons drug store and gave them a trial I took only one box and the relief I found in them leads me to believe Doans Kidney pills the acme of perfection as a kidney remedy For asiA by all dealers Price 50 cts a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the nameDoaiis and take no other 1m Mrs Mary Flatken was killed at the L N Railroad station fn Louisville She attempted toalight from a moving train and was crushed between the car and platform Potent Pill The pills that are potent in their ac tion and pleasant in effect are PeWitts Little Earlv Ris re W S Philpot of Albany Ga JADurlns a bilious attack I took one Small as it was it blneIat the same time it effected me plces antlv Little Early Risers are certain ly an Ideal pill Sold bv E C Wines 1m The Commonwealth sur prised the defense in the Caleb Powers case at Georgetown Saturday by introduc ing Frank Cecil who has not heretofore testified against Powers Cecil told practi cally the same story he told at the Youtsey trial but his evidence very strongly im plicates Powers He says Powers told him he was looking for a man to kill Goebel and practically offered him the job of assassin When Cecil did not proffer his services Powers took him to W S Taylor who renewed the proposition and offered him 2500 and a pardon if he would assassinate Goebel Cecil told his story in a calm manner and several times looked the defendant square ly in the face while testifying 0 6CI Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coa1- e +++++ ++++ +4++ ++ ++++++4 ++ + +A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary tJt grat without any attention r 10 + ++++ +++ ++tt +++++ + ++++++ +++ + +4+ ++ l 3 JJMY NAME I- STtJURMA N- On Sausage Row 1 Buys III SKINS j further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Opportunities LumbermanFruit Canneryman Investor Manufacturer Importer Pleasure Do vou kninr that Washington Is the most richly endowed Stite In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and fea Note what Washington has liar nh Industry lead and furnishes the greater share of the salmon used tho world over An Opportun ity for the Caiinerymun Her In her industry Is hown by the largest Jaw inllli in the world backed by u practically Inexhausti ble j rod net Lnmlwr n necessity and Is feat becoming exhunted III the citslern state The Last Chance fur the will become the greatest fruit producing State While this Industry u new yet the fruit of Wash ington Is celebrated Carloads of Washington apples are soul annually In New York City and find a rendy market In many Kastern Stales An Opening for the Fruit Grower The ecullatly favored climate of Wn hlngtoii unit its wide range due to differences of altitude and minll adapt the Ktate to almost every claws of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat barloy and oat yield for ten years fur exceed the ten year iverage of United States A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder The rtiountalns of Washington are filled with min erals gold silver copper lead iron and coal are await log the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle Is the natural gateway 10 the Orient and Alaslta The shipping of Puget Sounds compares favor ably irlth the largest Atlantic Keaporls A Golden Fu Sure for t e Merchant Manufacturer Importer and Captilbt For those who may wish to Investigate or take ad vantage of nn opportunity participate In the great de velopment that will mark the next decade In this state a rpjclal flrstcIaM round trip rate of 5000 from Chigo and S4GOO from St Paul and Minneapolis has been knthorized Dates of sale August 1st to limb Inclusive Final return limit October Jo Liberal stopovers and llverne routes will be granted and those desiring to return through California can do so by paying 1100 ad ditional GREAT NORTHERN RY Write for Jlluitratfd panplilftH and Wonderful Washington map For complete Information titli fill or S Itlress any ticket asent or f i WIlpgYi G P W 41ul JinS NEED MORE FACTORIES Change In the Taxation Laws Would Bring Them SO THINKS WILLIAM A ROBINSON Stakes a Plato BusinessLike Talk Before State Commercial Conven Lion Urging Amendment to Constitution KegardlDK Local Taxation To Do Voted ou Next November It has long been conceded that tax ation plays an important part in the development of the products and re sources of any State and those who attended the recent State Commercial Convention at Louisville had a strik ing example of this brought to their attention In the speech of Mr William A Robinson of Louisville on the sub ject of local taxation In view of the proposed amendment to Section 181 of the State Constitution to be voted on the next November election JudgeS a Savage of Ashland presided over the meeting and is Chairman of the State Committee that Is seeking to set the people right on this amendment Mr Robinsons speech In part was as followsIn Seat place I would remark that taxation is a subject In which every good citizen Is Interested more or lean either di rectly or Indirectly The Constitution of 1891 the present Constitution under which we are governed was the first of the four Constitutions of the State of Kentucky to fix an Inflexible system In the organic law as to local taxation and it was a rom plete revolution In regard to taxation on the Industrial Interests of our Kentucky cities It was a radical measure and as I believe with all the intelligent study I have been able to give It it was a great mistake In policy and I believe It Is wron In principle It Is contrary to the great American doctrine of home rule and local selfgovernment especially on that most vital question of local taxation for local government It substituted a sowilled nut form ad valorem system for the license system on business enterprises It made every merchant and every manufacturer his own assessor and I believe you will JUDGE S S SAVAGE Ashland bear me out those of you who have ob served the working of this law that It Is as uuuulform and as variable as the flex ibility of a mans conscience his judgment or his sense of right It Is necessarily un equal uuuniform and therefore unfair and unjust The change led to litigation which has gone on down for ten years there be lug many cases yet In the Court of Appeals unsettled This amendment which Is now proposed simply places us back practically In the matter of local taxation to where we were before under the former Constitution It restores to all clUed not to cUlos of the firstclass only as Is often stated In out papers but to all cities every city In the State of Kentucky the right under the general act of the Legislature to flx Ita own assessment Its own system of taxa tion on all other property except real es tate They will have the right to tax by license or otherwise It lodges the power with the local government subject to our State Legislature composed of the repre sentatives of the people of the State Now bear In mind that It makes no changes whatever In the system of taxation for either State or county Remum ber also that It bears upon all the cities of the State not upon cities of the firstclass or cities of any other class but ALL the cities of the State No city and no town need adopt this plan unless they choose to It Is optional with the local authorities with the people who are to be taxed The representatives of the people to be taxed can say under which system they wish to be taxed and the Legislature by general law may authorize the cities that chooee to adopt that plan to adopt it So that It Is a purely local matter left to the people of each city and I submit to you whether Lexington or Iaducah have not a perfect right to say how they shall pay their bills how they shall pay their lire department bow they shall build their streets how they shall build their sewers without the In tervention of the general State Government at Frankfurt I have faith that when It Is property un derstood and brought before the people of our State it will receive a large majority of the votes next November I believe ll Is as much to the Interest of the State as It Is to any city because as you build up your cities you certainly add to the revenue of your State You add to the wealth sod you add to the population Bear In mind that It only requires a majority of the votes out on this question and not a ma jority of all the voters of the State We must have prompt action now because If this measure falls to receive such a majority In November under the Constitution of our State the matter cannot be brought up again for live years The farmers are as much Interested In this matter as any of our people It Is a plain proposition that the farmer Is ben efited as you make larger home markets because you give him the consumer at home for his product without the loss of freight The agriculture Interests of the State are going to be subserved as you Increase the population They cannot com pete that Is for the export burfnrcs wl the cheap lands of the West In raising wheat They must raise market products and other products and grain for con sumption right here at home among our own people Factories must be located In cities because It Is there that you find labor It Is there you find banking capital It Is there you find transportation There fore the people of Kentucky must let the clUes of the Stale all the cities not only cities of the first class decide this impor toot question of how you are going to tax these Industries The cities only are af faded by this proponed amendment If they desire It any not let theta have It7 Aotice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened Up and in in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I willeither sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir ing propety to cull and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CAURIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 000 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is uxfd for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring n fine stock farm couid not secure better property jun 3Umo Judge Osborne overruled motion for a new trial in the case of Curtis Jett and Tom White sentenced to prison for life for the murder of James B Marcum An ap peal will be taken and a stay of execution has been granted for CO dys The citizens of Scott count have manifested little inter est in the trial of Caleb Powers and the crowds in atten l1U YQ en l o L Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 1 miles from rail road station and postoflice Excellent improvements all In grass well wa tered Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easyE EVANS apr 1 tfedHouse Ky A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery 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 mall on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment and wi l cure any case above manIfor testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KREAD TIns Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began usine- it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JonvA RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For PriceOUOUIjOLDS A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back It It falls Trial Bottles free The Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkilT Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop nm Save the Children Ninetynine of every one hundred diseases that children have are due to disorders of the stomach and tImes dis orders are all caused by indigesion Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is just as good for children as it is for adults Chill dren thrive on it It keeps their little stomachs sweet and encourages their growth ansi dovelopmnnt Mrs Henry tarter 705 Central street Nashville T nsays My little boy is now three years old arid has been suffering from indigestion ever sinre he was born I have hail the best doctors in Nashville nut failed to do him anv good After using one bottle of Kodol he is a well baby recommend it to all suffers Kodol digests what you eat and makes time stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m Tony Luciano the head of an Italian faction prominent in feud troubles in New Or lean was shot to death by an enemy Sam Asparo is under arrest End of a Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fight with an ahcess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of DuPont Ga and gave me up Everybody thought my time hind come AR 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 myhOllthand throat and lung trouble Guar anteed bv all drug stores Price 50c and SI Trial bottles free 1m Two newlymade graves have been discovered in the words near Rockport in Ohio county and their find ing is considered a mystery as it is not known for what purpose the graves were dug no bodies having been buried therein Croup instantly relieved Dr Thoma Eclectric Oil Perfectly safe hover falls At any drug store lin lIwhich sells at the lowest price carries the strong est guarantee and has a larger sate than other watches Perfect in accuracy size style other i5ofI where orpo treiMbyusforJioa Booklet Free Robt 11 Ingersoll 6 Bro Dept 3 5t NEW YORK MEAT MALT TilE ioeai TONIC RtcoHsTRucrvE Tfceres Ute ud Stnagth ia Every Bref A scientific combteatlon of the eatartkic- oastittseats of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Ixmisville Ky January n iga MEAT MALT CO LooUrflk Ky MaltpTelantionliz composition and mode of manufacture I an ItecitetIs befleScial In nos ptostntionaall diseases trulyLBLouUrilk Collect of Pharmacy NEAr MALT LIIIe JC For gafe tyB U fi elton URBUGKLEcduourSIMMONS ii ++CALL AT++ + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Ssssss Phone 3 Second St WeaK v HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestionheart disease not organic are not only traceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken into the stomach which fails 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 Mr DKaubleof Nevada Osars Ihadstoroaeh troubla and was In a bad state as had heart trouble with It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure 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