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TlHE RICHMOND CLIALX y VOLUME 3RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1903 NUMBER 15 PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE U COR MAIN FIRST I THEY GO i Every thing in Spring and Summer Goods at the l Hustling Gash Store y MUST QO Greatly Reduced Prices on all Summer Dress Gooods Wash Goods White Goods Ginghams Lawns Embroideries Laces Etc Etc Ladies Shoes and Slippers Mens Slippers and Low Cuts Colothing Hats and in fact every thing is offered at prices so low- E as to surprise and please all An op portunity to secure bargains at ift your own price t rDont Miss It We have been selected and appointed as sole Distributing Agents for the Royal Soap ompany of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter of a century it is a wonderfully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and beautifying to the complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million families throughout the breadth and length of the land are today using t ROYAL CUTICLE SOAPAnd will use no other I I IThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is 10 cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Roval Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR 10 Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross j f LACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall Papers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings inWall Deeotatious Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Beadings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from Sc Vv1c Xsf- r Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad r Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to r ST PAUL MINNEAROLIS and the Northwest Colorado Utah Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs 1 AT REDUCED RATES Only line running through personally excu n Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas F For Folder and descriptive matter of theSprhiffs and circu- It lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets I apply to nearest railroad agent or address R W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Ire j The Walters Schooli RICHMOND ICY An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools IThe course of study is thorOlight fpractilal and comprehensive fits the leading colleges or afJJfards a substantial preparation f- J sines or professional schools Methods comprisef re q ue n t J written recitations attention to each f- tJ boy individually afternoon session devoted entirely to study J Location and equipment are un excelled i for catalogue etc write t Jame T Barrett Principal c jJcjsif Announcements FOU COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to Announce W R Attorneyparty UCROOICuKnbject to the action of thn Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO w NadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million subjectFOR MAGISTRAT- Ee are authorized to announce J D DYKES a candidate for magistrate in the actionFOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D O MadisonCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce AJ ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subit to the action of the Democratic party MORGANTAYLOR Democraticparty GPAltHlsncounty subject to the action of the Itemocrallc P rty ANDERSONIAKES actionofHKJoNNEDYcountysubject BUCKJOnSSON Uemocratice are authorized to announce JR PARKE countysubjectFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLAN totheFOR ASSESSOR DAKERofDemocraticparty DUNNasubject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce W L RlchmOlldparty BSUACREIFOttD actionorTWUsONtheDemocratic YDAtESEnd Want subject to the action of the Demo cratic party WILLIAMDYBEE theDenfocraticALEXMAUPIN theDemocratic DMILLERtheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce WILLIAM Councilmanfromof the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE We are Authorized to announce L M suojecttoWe are authorized to announce j LBAXTER actionMeat and Malta combination of tIle exact of Prime Beef and Pure Old MaltEudorBed by leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe and efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Muscleis Invigorating and appetizing Has lit equal as a Strength Builder- If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Robt J Frich cor 7th and Main Ste or Leon S Abraham cor Island Broadway Louisville Ky and a Quart bottle will be sent tayoa ex- preSS prepaid Itis announced that Japan eJftcontCup vv ICalI For Primary a of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky held at the City Hall in said city on July 30th 1903 at 2 oclock pm persuant to call and a quorum being present it is ordered by said committee 1 That a primary election be held ill and for said City of Richmond on the 17th day ofj September the purpose of nominating canlhlatesI 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 the Cityot Richmond magisterial district of Madison county to fill outran unexpired IITIII A candidate for the IIme of onsta ble of the City of Kichmond magister ial district of Mailism county to fill out an unexpired term Candidates for the IIiQ of Council man for the City of Richmond two from each of the three bounderies respectively jiasnt out in the ByLaws and Orel inmicfe of said city being six candidates for Councilman in all 2 That polls be opened in each of the four voting precincts in said city as defined by law and at the regular and customary places in said precincts Said polls shall be opened at 6 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 deIpllIltof five dollars So 00 which shall be deemed legal notice of paid persons candidacy 4 All persons known to be Democrats and who affiliate with the Dem ocratic party being qualified voters of the city of Richmond and all young men who have attained their majority since the last regular registration or who will become qualified voters in said city of Richmond prior to the November election 1903 who declare their intention afliliating with the Demo cratic party shall be deemed qualified to vote at said primary election- V R SlIACKELFOBD Chr Dem City Cinimittee Going After Taylor When asked if it were true as reported that Gov Beck ham would be requested to issue another requisition up on Gov Durbin of Indiana for the surrender of W S Taylor indicted for complici ty in the Goebel conspiracy Col T C Campbell attorney for brothers of the murdered Governor said Upon the conclusion of the Caleb Powers trial at Georgetown this month Governor Beckham will be asked to again issue a requisition upon the Governor of Indiana for Taylors surrender to the Kentucky authorities and refer you for further infor mation upon that subject to Gov Beckham and Common wealths Attorney Robert B FranklinIf the requisi tion is made and the Gover nor of Indiana refuses to honor it an appeal will be made to the Supreme Court of the United States to issue a writ of mandamus The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this state ment is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DI Witts Witch Hazel Salve with the many coun terfeits and worthless substitutes tha are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without ben eflt one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured me For blind bleeding remedyisSold by E C Wines 1m Grain In Wood Three kinds of structures are evident in the twig of a year or twos growth An irregular mass of pith is in the center which in time grows less and ultimately dis appears Outside this are a sheath and a layer of hard cellular tissue which from the veryfirst presents a rad iating structure the begin ning of the medullary rays called by carpenters the sil ver grain Outside this again is a layer of cambium the growth for new wood A clearly traced dark line intersects all these radii at right angles and marks off the growth of each year large or small according tothe sea son This is the ring where by in cross section the age of the tree when felled is reckoned Different kinds of timber show the grain in dif fering degrees In oak the grain is very conspicuous in the beech plane and maple it is very marked but ofqmall er size in others it is scarcely seen by the eye but always under the microscope In all tropical woods such as mahogany this structure is very obicuce THE BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM Is one of the show places of the Queen City of Michigan and is always the first thing pointed out to visitors as proof that the city has other than a manu facturing side The main building is 500 feet in length over a tenth of a mile but if the three wings were placed side by side with the main building tho andIan area of onefourth of an acre Tim place is much frequented by Southern people who come to Battle Creek as to a summer resort and find it most beneficial to their health to stop a few weeks at the big sanitarium The Battle Creek Sanitarium is incorporated under the same laws of tho state of Michigan as are hospitals and other charitable institutions No profits buildingisthe incorporation to bo turned over to charitable objects BREATHITT COUNTY CHILD Who Handles a Winchester Like a Man One of the most striking examples of the warlike in stint t in the people of the mountains is young Dexter Howard who is now under indictment at Jackson for ma liciously wounding James Bar rett early in July He is but thirteen years of age and ap pears but about ten He has a bright honest face and is frank and outspoken He shot at James and John Bar rett because he believed they were going to attack his fath er Mack Howard and he gave the two men a hard bat tIe finally driving them into a deep ravine During the fight the lad dodged bullets from the 45 fired by James Barrett and returned the fire with a Winchester shotgun as long as himself Young How ard and his father were driv ing along the road leading from Jtckson to their home on Cane Creek Mack How ard and the Barretts had had trouble a day or two before and it is believed by many and the belief is sustained by the indictment against Howard that he was follow ing the Barretts They met near a schoolhouse in a ravine and young Dexter Howard who wasdrivingthe nag dropped the reins and opened fire on the Barretts Mack Howard is paralyzed in his lower limbs and is unable to stand He sat in his buggy and was in the act of firing when one of the Barretts shot his nag and the ball pass ing through the nags hip struck Mack Howard in the elbow disabling his rightarm He was then out of the game The boy in the meantime was on th9 ground firing at the Barretts who took refuge behind the schoolhouse As they fired young Howard dropped as if shot but aimed his Winchester again He repeated this several times until the Barretts retreated at the approach of others attracted by the shooting In the scrap a small boy who was in the schoolhouse was shot in the groin but not painfully injured JimBar rett carried a furrow in his head and Mack Howard suffered from a bad wound in the arm When Dexter was arrested and brought into the provost guard headquarters at Jack son he was cool as a man of years would have been Neither the glitter of the uniforms of soldiers nor the long guns frightened him and he told his story which was after ward shown to be partly un true with any easy matter Were you ever in any trou ble before he was asked Well I never had no one shooting at me directhe replied but I seed a power ful lot of shoots I seed fights lots of times and bul lets has come nigh nough to scorch my pat but they wasnt fired at me It was Afterward learned f Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same andseed may seem the same but some plants are weakand others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an difficultyChlld starvation not because of lack of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength Whatever the cause of weak growScottsit and rightSendScott Bownc Chc i tetNcwYortiJ-c anl f 4 nwits that this lad had three years before stood up andreturned the fire of a man twice as big as he He was raised in an atmosphere of fighting His father Mack Howard has been in many fights and brawls and is looked upon as a bad character He is said to operate a blind tiger near Elkatawa and it is in this place that the lad learned the lesson of fighting A Business Woman in Frank- lins Day An interesting instance of a womans business ability is given in Franklins autobio graphy In 1773 he founded a printing office in Charleston SiC under charge of one of his journeymen and was to receive onethird of the profit Franklin says He was a man of learning but ignorant in matters of account and though he sometimes made me remittances I could get no account from him nor any satisfactory state of our partnership while he lived On his decease the busi ness was continued by his widow who being born and bred in Holland where as I have been informed the knowledge of accounts makes a part of female education she not only sent me as clear a statement as she could find of the transactions past but continued to account with the greatest regularity and ex actness every quarter after ward and managed the busi ness with such success that she not only reputably brought up a family of chil renbut at the expiration of the term was able to purchase of me the printing house and estab lish her son in it I mention this affair chiefly for the sake of recommending that branch of education for our young women as likely to be of more use to them and their children in case of widowhood than either music or dancing II The tax assessors at Oys ter Bay fixed the valuation of President Roosevelts property at 40000 A strenuous thief visited the farm of Russ V Bishop near Versailles and stole a hive of toft t THE BUSY BEE GASH STOREt COPYRIGHTED BY r I DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF FINE CLOTHING S solicit Phoo UP these weekly touched questionwe impartial onristatements sought stretching distorting meantime friendsand- our methods business cemented patronage newspapers intentions business puddinfiil eating Week Will Submit Case popularity r1n djalready beginning beautiful Ginghams Cheviots suitable ladies wrappers WaistingforBrighten Dress with uptodate waists they make old dresses look new Our Line of Fine ShoesMedium grades and Low Priced Shoes fall and have already come and placed sale and is the most complete line ever placed sale Richmond Ladies our originalMenpick out the styles and qnalities right Even boys and go they buy their shoes The styles the newest the qualities all the bestIthe prices all the lowest Give on shoes Dont forget Waiting Room is all times free the ofILadies is fitted with nice tables chairs and all conveniences Bring your dinners eat the Ladies Waiting Room You always welcome Make your home while city All Spring and Summer Goods being sold prices that so low that is almost a take the asked them you need any Summer Clothing Dress Ovfords for ladies men and children Wash Stuff buy them now less than half Remnants almost given away QIrToCure a Cold in Day Take Laxative Quinine Tablets J Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months D B Shackelfonl Co sell both hand and power feed cutters fodder shredders shuckers with or with blowers also hand and power farmers great atten to class of labor saving advices tf HALF RATES TO Baltimore MarylandV- IA ft fc G AB ACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge L O O+ Tickets will be sold for Trains September 18 19 and 20 Good returning to September 28 with privilege of extension to October 1903 Solid Vestibuled Trains Daily 3 Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers Observation Cars AT Washinjston D C DeerPark Mt Lake Park Oakland rates time of trains sleeping Reservations etc call on your nearest Ticket Agent or address o P MCCARTY G P A Ohio We keep hand at all times a good Brush Creek Coal from new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Creek do not hesitate to say that will this to be an ideal Coal and reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still the C and a share your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coil Yard and Warehouse 142 LNDspot- RtuQodKT SUMMING X The Final Argument X F In talks of past few months we have on many sides of clothing have endeavored to be in all we have to give facts and facts onlyneither the in our favor nor conditions of competition In the these talks have brought ns many new of have their In tho wecan only DECLARE our but in onr relations we can PROVE our intentions and as the proof of the in our meriting success is shown in the tremendous our business Next We our to the Jury As we BestClothinginthe World made by Schloss Pros Co of Haiti more there is little cause for wonder that we have won such wide Every garment bears this label CST T1IlnuD 1 of OUR FALL GOODSfare to come in We are showing a new stock Perculeu other new wash materials for InIrens school dresses boys waistingtj etc up your face new for winter in on it on see ank em when are children cant wrong if here are all us a trial our Ladies at for accommodation It up and them are our house in the i are at are it shame to them at money for If Goods Summer at price OUTFITTERS TO PARTICULAR MEN One II Bromo and out corn shelters the pay tion this Fall and STOPOVERS and Mrt For car Cincinnati on supply of the Ky and you find will At Also Cement in of c the the truth the sell the This signature nnn and in in lf Cores Gnp in Two Days on every box 25c u C Furniture f Every admirer of beautiful house fur Jnishings should call on IQ S JOPLINfStreet dealer and J 4superb stock Bed Room Suits f Complete Dining Room Outfits 1 Handsome Parlor Fixtures J Beautiful Odd Chairs Pedestals Pictures in fact everything J to make the home beautiful Remember the namejJO S JOPLIN and the place Main Street d hi the Collins Building JA Undertaking a Specialty R H HUMPHREYS GROCERY s f MAIN ST PRODUeE Exchangefor Groceries Everything sold atI LOWEST PRIeRS I CALL AND SEE Am I R H HUMPHEYS j Telephone 3J aa c AT COST OXFORDS t f AND I Summer Underwear J AT COST To Make Room For Fall Stock CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Ky 1 he Richmond Climax President 1AWEDNESDAY SEPt 2 1903 UHLISHRl IVEKV WKDNICHIlAY BY The Climax Printing Cot Incorporated DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE lION J M BENTONbOI Clark County FOR COMMON AEALTH8 ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE AnnouncementsFOR We are authorized to announce R B TER- n i JK a candidate for Jailer of Madison c tt nty onbject to the action of the Democratic partybWe are authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party HE lines of suffering on almost every liii nan countenance have been deep eneti if not traced ther by unfaith fulness to conscience by departures f iin duty To do wrong Is the surest way to brine sulTeriiiK No wrong tbedever failed to brings it Those sins wiuh are followed by no palpable pain aN yet terribly avenged even in this Inn Thevabrilge our capacity for happiness impair our relish for inno e it pleaure and increase our sensi b iv to suffering They dspoil us 01 ti armor of a pure conscience and trust in God without which we are naked amidst hosts of foes and are vulnerable by all the chances of life Tims to di wrong is to inflict the sur est iujury on our peace No enemy uu do us equal harm with what we do ourselves whenever or however we vio lute any moral or religious obligation 1zliangetNotice to Creditors All parties having claim against the estate of Jerry Broaddus deceased are reifitsted to file same properly veri li on or before October 1903 or same will be barred All parties know in themselves imiebt d to this estate an requested to culluldtettle at once E C L O KKOADUUS oct 2 1m Administrators JI htheria sort throat croup In M nt relief pHimaneni cure Dr Thomas Kcloctric oil At any drill store CI F1BrorCo1 LEXINGTON K Y MissionFurniture This fall every home will want some new furniture if it is only a ChairRocker Table Settee Writing Desk Magazine Rack Couch Hall Rack Screen We are prepared to offer you the pick of the fur niture market of this odd and quaint furniture No matter what kind of style or finish you are interested init is here in ample variety for your selection CFiBnowerCo MAIN AND BROADWA 1 LEEIHGTON rp 1J L Do the pecpie of Kentucky want tbe red flag of anarchy greed and blood that floats over Breathitt to fly over t LlieiiountedLouisville Heraldla0 no Let them vote for the representatives of the same party that assembled the peaceful mountain army f Sunday school superintendents in theStato capitol in January 1900 and defied the officers of the law when they went to arrest the assassins of a State Senator peacefully wending his way to the capitol and whose only offense had been that he dared to contest in a legal nd legitimate way the office then held y the present fugitive from justice in the State of Indiana Danville Advo cate TilE biggest coward under the sun is the man who deserts his wife be cause he is too lazy to support heroHarbourville News Yes and the most contemptible cuesion earth Is the man who around and lives oil the sweat of his wifes brow Madison Institute Faculty This already strong institution will e even stronger next session than ever Mrs Cabell who will have charge of the primary department is the most wideawake enthusiastic and successful teacher of small children I have ever known Miss Wheatley who has taught the preparatory department with marked success lor the last two years will continue in that department while the department of ancient and Smodernthe talented Miss McBurney of the University of Chicago the English department in the hands of the bright and enthusiastic Miss Badenhausen of the University of Michigan and Mist Hawks who was assistant to the pro fessor of science while a student in the great Womans College Baltimore will be the able instructor in mathematics and science The music and art departments will be strengthened by the Now England Conservatory and the art department by Miss Peppard of the Cincinnati Academy of Art The new members of the faculty are brad uates of the great institutions men tioned above and they are the greatest schools in America Madison Institute is the only female college in Kentucky that keeps a fac ultv composed of graduates of such in stitutions and it is thin fact more than anything else which gives this school the reputation it enjoys in the estimation of scholars and educators through out this and other states Sensible people know that under teachers who have enjoyed such exceptional advan moreIboarding school teacher Some of our citizens are perhaps wondering why I have not called to set tjem about sending their children to school next session I hope none them will think it is because I do cit care to have their children in the school My excuse is that I have been so busy writing lettere and sending catalognes working in other counties where competion is great that I have not had the time I have naturally been taking it for granted that the peo pie of this county will be loyal enough to their home school to give it their hearty support without it being necessary for me to co to see them and pur stiade them to do so J V McGAKVKYjK BIRTHS HEABD To the wite of Mr Joseph Beard on last Wednesday a ten pound boyVinzrEMr anti Mrp N V White are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a fine son at their home on the Summit Herd hoping that the little fellow will grow up to be as splen dill aman at hbt fat her who now numbers himself among Rich inoiids proudest STATE OF ILUCAS thrlieCheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cast of Catarrh that HaUsCatarrhFRANK CHENEY subscribedinber A D 1886 GLEASON1SEALJ i Halls Catarrh Cure la taken inter nally and ncts directly on the blood IWstemSend OSoldHails Family PUte wre the beet I S PERSONAL Mrs L R Henderson is at French ick Miss Janie Myers is back from At ntic CitytMr Will B Bright is at home from Atlantic City Mr and Mrs J W Zaring are back from the mountains Mr and Mrs Henry Hargis are at home from a visit to Virginia Dr W A Thomas has gone North to enjoy his annual vacation attendlnJtheMrs David Martin of Orlando is the guest of Mrs J C Chenault Miss Mabel Letton is the guest of Miss Sarah Maddox of Eminence Miss Carlisle Chenault is the guest f Miss Ethel Swann in Louisvlllo Miss Louise Kauffman of Lancaster tsMiss Mary Evans has returned Iroi a visit to Miss Hunt in Winchester yesterdayfrom SterlingIsgelDr G W Evans has been at Orlando looking after his land and coal interests thereMrs Esom Burgin has returned from a visit to Louisville Shelbvville and VersaillesMiss Francis of BlacitstocisC is visiting friends relatives in this city Miss Sophronia Lear of Nicholas ville is visiting Mrs Jessie Cobb on North street Mr and Mrs William Arnold and children are spending a few days at Crab Orchard Messrs Gilbert and Letcher Grin stead spent Sunday in Nicholasville with relatives Mr J Talbott Jackson is visiting his brother Prof William Jackson in CampbellsvilleMr of Kansas City is the guest of Mr and Mrs W W Pigg On West Main street Misses Belle Groom and Dixy New by of Covington are visiting relatives and friends in the city Mr and Mrs ClII Taylor of Farmers City Illinois are guests of Mrs Conway Taylor on Broadway Mrs E W Rugg nee Mints Ethel Terrill of Cincinnati is the guest of uer aunt Mrs Elizabeth Miller Miss Thompson Taylor has returned positionin tyburnH P Scrivuer Winchester Demo cratMr Ambrose Dudley formerly of this county but now located in the east has been visiting his mother at R A Woolum and Miss Pat tie Letton left last Wednesday for Fal- mouth to be the guests of their sister Mrs W A Williams Misses Sue Deatherage and Bessie Turley have returned from a most delightful visit to Mrs Nancy Willis DeJarnette iu Virginia Mrs G W Pickels has returned from Chatauqua N Y where sIte has been studying giving especial attention to the pipe organ Mr Isaac Forbes and daughter Miss Lizzie of White Hall have returned from a pleasant visit to friends and relatives in Bloomington III Prof R M Hutcheson hag returned from Virginia where he been spending the summer mollI hll and will begin his duties at Walters Institute today Miss Flora Cultoti the handsome daughter of Rev J N Culton who bus been dangerously ill in where she was visiting is vtiry improved mochI Miss Jennie Goodloe da1 GladysPertenter the new CampbellBagerman female college Mr and Mrs M E Mlze of South McAIester Indian Territoiy passed through Richmond Monday en route home from a visit to the lalers parents Judge and Mrs AJ Thorp at Winston Mrs J W Cole and children of Huntington Weet Virginia ire pu sts of Mrs George Noland Jrjvar Union City Mrs Cole formerly resjclcdjiere where her husband was the kgent for the Singer Machine for a sutsber 011l Mr Steven Shanks who has been conducting a job printing office in Kansas City for some time past has sold his outfit and returned to Rich mond Friday for a visit to his mother He will locate elsewhere but he has not fully decided as to what place Miss Sue Smith and brother Mr thVirginia plwiupiterand Lee University at LexingtonIl David S Wilcox of Richmond one of the cleverest horsemen in the State passed through to the Liberty fair Tuesday Charles Rowland the genial clerk at Crab Orchard Springs was here Wednesday He told us that a delightful crowd is at that splendid summer resort Stanford Journalea The following announcement will be of interest here where Miss Chenault has many relatives and has often visi ted We autboritively announce the engagement of Miss Alice Elizabeth Chenault of this county and Mr James Y Kelly Jr of Springfield The wedding will occur at the brides home in the county Wednes day October 4 1903 Miss Chenault Is the youngest daughter of Mrs Em thmahandsomest as well as one of the most lovable young girls in Kentucky By reason of her beauty culture refine meat and general attractiveness she has been a favorite in society every since her debut Mr Kelley is a risI- ng young lawyer of Springfield 111 and is a young gentleman who stands high with all who know him He is a son of Judge James Y Kelly of Georgetown KyMt Sterling Dem ocrat Mr H B Cosby Senator McCrearys accomplished and popular secretary spent several days with friends at Flor enco taking in the Boone County Fair He met Judge John M Lassing a pop ular student of C U away back in the early eighties now Circuit Judge and member of the Democratic State Cam paign Committee Mr Coshy says the Florence fair was a genuine uptodate agricultural exhibition A pretty feature was a driving ring in which two beautiful young ladies held the reins over spirited horses Miss Riddell of Boone county and Miss Parker of Carroll the former receiving the blue tie Ben Hurr never had better con rol over his favorite Mars and Eros han did these fair Kentuckians over their fleet looted trotters and Henry Cosby never saw a finer exhibition of Beauty and the Beast since he left his Webster county girl on her Dixon thoroughbred last Friday week D1EATI1c PETTUS James Henry the sixyear old son of Lewis Pettus the druguist at Berea died last Friday of Membranous croup He was buried at Crab O rchardHzcxsA sad death was that of Mr Fred Hicks which Occurred on last Thursday at his home on Kist Main street For months he had Lit tied bravely witu a severe stomach trouble but was unable to withstand- its ravages Mr Hicks was twenty Innine years old Several years ago he married Miss Mary Belle McCollum who with a beautiful little daughter servives him Deceased was the oldest of four stalwart brothers and until compelled by disease to give up was a well known plasterer His funeral ser viceswere conducted Sunday afternoon after which his remains were interred iu the Richmond cemetery To the heartbroken wife aud the little one who is yet too young to know a fathers loss and to the aged mother brothers and sisters the deepest and tenderest sympathy is extended Newspaper Sold Mr Owen Hawkins editor of the Anderson News has sold that paper to a stock company composed of Messrs F R Feland J M B Birdwbistell Harry Buckley Morton Green and Rev Moore The latter named gentleman will succeed Mr Hawkins as editor Dissolution Notice The firm of Allman Gumbert has by mutual consent this day dissolved partnership Mr Allman retiring from the business Those parties knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call and settleD R ALtMAN CUAS GCMBERT August 15 1903 oct2 4t Wanted to Continue Mr W W Combs of Richfield Ian in remitting for the CLIMAX says Please send the paper on as I like to hear from old Madison county He also added the weather was pleasant grass good and crops growing fast However in July the weather was extremely hot the mercury standing 106 to 112 in the shade and thirtyfour cattle died in one day from boa Excursion to Estill Springs The Louisville Atlantic railroad willrun an excursion to Estill Springs Friday September 4 leaving Richmond at 940 a in at 75 cents for the round trip Arrangements have been made for use of hotel grounds and ballroom and dancing will be one of the main features of the excursion which will be free to all This will be the only excursion run to Estill this season and should be taken advantage of by all who desire to spend a day at this famous resort R A WOOLUMS Soliciting Agent New Opera Home On September 7ih the doors of the Now Opera House will be thrown open to the public and the beginning of time theatrical season of 19034 will begin Messrs D C Wiggins Bro promise the public plenty ot good shows dur lug the coming season Owing to the fact that the magnificent Paris Opera theyhavesome of the best shows on the road Reaping the Harvest the opening attraction is a play well known here as it received much enthusiastic corn ment from those attending when it was played here two years ago AU Madison County Democrats Will Remem ben This That stalwart Democratic paper the Stanford Interior Journal says supporttdllveryMadison for a district State or any other kind qf office and we believe she will prove true to our candidate for Congress Hon Harvey Helm who in every way is worthy of the high honor which lie latest evidence of Lincoln coun tys fidelity to Madison was her recent tremendous majority for John B Che nault for Auditor giving him the Jar Jest majority of nny county except his kycan4uw SEFIEHlihRiEASON Will lafiaEstill Springs Aug 23 1903 EDITOR CLIMAX The September days are almost here and deligntful as old Estill has been roughout August I am looking or- ardto this month for even greater easure June and September are the emier months at Estill and for pert peace and unallayed enjoyment l take September The hotel and cottages are still crowded with charming people and this promises to be the most popular September the Springs have ever seen Will Thomas announces that the band will remain next month This pl 60easesrly in September as possible Then It will be cool enough to enjoy fully the bo and oI tolieroffers and that I have been too lazy to Indulge in during the heated term With the continued presence of the band I should think the young people would find dancing more attractive with cooler weather though for that matter they have danced danced danced and are still dancing here in is deligtful ball room They claim that it is the finest In the State and see no reason to dispute it By the way Friday night we had perfectly delightful germau led by Miss Elith Worthington of Louisville and Mr Jas R Power of Lexington The hotel was crcwded with guests from all over Kentucky and they danced until a very late or early hour Everybody pronounced it one of the happiest of this summers many happy nights here If your pocket book is not plethoric it may interest you to know that there will be redueded rates in September From a common sense point of view it seems to me that everybody who can Jet here ought to come back next month for several weeks In very hot weather even amusing yourself is wearisome and by fall you are more or less played out To breath this life giving air when it is crisp and bracing to walk when walking is no effort to lazily watch the coming of the first heralds of royal autumn is to store u reservea fund of health and strength for the winter that you will be sure to draw upon No one can have too much vitality to start into the winter with Then think of the beautiful pictures of beautiful autumn days that you will arry away from a September outing here to dream of in the firelight on winter evenings Why I have carried thoughts and beautiful memories away from this place in the fall that came to me long afterwards before the crackling logs of my library tine in a way that gave me pleasure not to be estimated by earthly standards of value These are things that we Americans give too little thought to Martin Luther used to say that music was of great efficacy for driving away the devil and I agree with him if it is the right kind of music It is also true that filling the mind with bright images and sunshine storing these things up in mental reservoirs Iibutthe ills humanity is heir to besides making the mind more elastic and ex pandihg the heart Enough saidmeet me here in September If I had as much poetry in my pen as Estill puts into my soul I wouldwrite a song about it all such as Mignon sung about Italy before the door cl Wilhelm Meister and say with her uTls there tis thore O my true loved one Thou must with me go Messrs T J Smith and Waller Bennett have been appointed election commissioners of Madison county These are excellent selections Mr Douglas Stricken While supervising improvements at the Christian church yesterday Mr Alfred Douglas Sr was stricken with sudden illness from exhaustion and was removed to the home of his son Mr Thos Douglas where be is resting easy and if he will remain quiet will be out in a few days As he is oneof the best men in Kentucky we join in the prayers and hopes for his recovery Old rashloned Kentucky Fish Fry At Clay Ferry Friday Next There will be a great fish fry atClavs Ferry next Friday September 4 that will break all records as to attendance and number of fish consumed It will not be a political affair though candi dates will not dare stay away but it will be the second annual outing of the La dies of the Walnut Hill church who last year gave an excursion to Natural Bridge which was a great success financially and socially Itgoes without saying that the ladies will make this win for everybody will be there The funloving public never lets a good thing like this go begging for guests Some special features will interest our readersThe committee on cooking has Mr George Fiuback for chairman Good eaters will be delighted to know that Miss Annie Adz will personally pre pare the nicely browned fish for them Those who never ate a fish fried by Miss Annie have missed the treat of a lifetime Already all the fish from Boonesboro to Frankfort have signified their intent in to be present in person for this sacrifice to Kentucky good cheer and the good cause of the ladies of Walnut Hilt Five hundred Bluegrass belles with their gentlemen friends should grace this occasion The committeo ot patriarchs Hon Joseph Phelps chairman Col Josiah Moore Judge Beverly P White Col Curtis FMoberly Maj Samuel Morgan and Col James Kibler have been qualifiedto see that everybody has a good time Messrs Phelps and Kibler will keep- their colleagues from coming to the first table The public wil first be served for Metiers Phelps and Kibler have been especially requested to taste no fish till every other hungry soul has been satisfied a wise request nightillsUe partly and if capital is not too far gone they time want a buggy fur their two solves Boys get on oiir mettle and gladden the hearts of t see womenFriday September 4 is the date Clays Ferry the place and think of it only 25c for all the fish yoa cast eat Come between 4 and 10 oclock p m Further information will te plvea over the phone by Miss Lydie C Ted hwitef or Mrs Ho well PrewiU lambs for Sale I have lor sate u few southdown Buck mbs the Cassins M Clay stock and one short horn bull calf For particulars call on JAS DEJAKNETT aug 12 1m Richmond Ky TO OTJRE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets l druggists refund the money Hit ils to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 ce- ntsRIPNS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them er peatliigmisery Doaus ointment cures At drug store 1m Auction Salt One hundred extra good heavy boned horses suitable ton draft farm work and driving purposes Horses to suit everybody Tuesday Septem ber 8 1903 at Embrys Stock yards 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 which are giving such geueal satisfaction and are acknowledged to be the best draft and driving horses in the west Forty Indiana ponies This sale will consist of mares and geldings two and three yearolds will weigh from 1200 to 1400 pounds This sale will positively take place on the above date under shelter rain or shine and every horse will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve Sale commences at 1000 a m sharp For further information write or wire J F Cook Co Union Stock yards Lexington Kentucky Col Tom Chenault Auctioneer 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 workmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a com lete line of upto date station wagons buggies runabouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFP Prop IIGet in the Henderson Route Habit- 7Kentuckians Official Route to the Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louis Owousboro and Evans ville to all points in the West and SouthwestIf any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions we have themAsk Us For Rates From Anywhere To Everywhere and Ask Us First E M Womack Geo L Garrett City Pass Agt Trav Pass Agt L J IRWIN Gen Pass ARt Louisville Ky For SaleProperty advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCoRichmond No1No2 No3 No4No5 No6No7 No8No No 10 NonNo No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 Ho22Ho23 124 Rt 25 A twostory frame residence contain ingrooms and two halls In Rich swattbarnoriginal cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In RIch- mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de strings nice home Two nice residences near Mala street and only three squares from courthouse A more desirable location for an Ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain onlrvlnepair Price J600 5120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town tot on good street 40x 200 feet Price producinfarm outbuildIngsGood farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other provements line locality Price 5t500 wellfencedments Can be bought In connection with No 8 1600 wellImprovedGood cottage In firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 InIaU necessary out buildings A bar gain at Nice residence containing seven dlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap InMadisonoutbuildingsrenlenU Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoInarbor nil necessary ont building nthrlvlug PriceSInltlchmondand cellAr In best portllln of cIty Lot 90x250 feet J250O goodneighborhood Prfce2soA nice residence for anyone deslr ingan Ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings in Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood streetcotitatningsary outbuildings Can be pnr Agreatresidence for purchaser roomsbeautifulmibuliaingslicludlng good stable Wfltlellonresidence for purchaser contaiigreiiienceportion buildIngedesiring a nlco home Bereaturnpikehalf Is con and osebal itt grasS cordedwoodthepropertyat outbuildings elcbtmllu antiIothernecessaryheM fa y fI 4 I For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 813eLawsat5c lOc Lawns at 9cr15q Lawns at 12c 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats J I inch trimmed at with 4 inch ruffle and ruching top of separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JO inch accordion plaited trimmed with of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats luster 12 inch trimmed with J2 narrow 199 each in during our cut rate of ten days purchase bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN McKBBCor and RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry fc Thomas Farm for A and well farm known as the N G Todd place 6 miles east of Richmond Ky 2 miles from station and postoffice with fine and school Farm contains 256 120 acres well improved all communications- to Mrs J Green 19autf GA PUBLIC SALE FARMAs nexed of the late James Nelson I will at public sale on the on Saturday Sept 12 03 at oclock p m the home farm of said testator situated 0 mills countyKyGrove Station about 325 Acres substantialbrick quartersThedition and is largely in grass- I2ERMSOnethiird on Jan 1 1904 at which time will be given and a made to the porches eri balance one and two years credit interest from that date with lien paymentsThe will be to small grain in the fall oa the corn land C S French Admr With Will Annexed of James Nelson deceased WINCHESTER KY Nearly a Ladies 25c Corset Covers for i9c 39c v 29c 49c 39c 756h I V 69C 2 75c Skirts for f39c 99c 89c flounce bottom at flounce and flounce bands High flounce ruffles at 1 A Call sale and some Main First I J11 I Sale valuable watered railroad church facilities Address Nannie BLUFFrON OF otter premises about containing possession conveyance with purchaser permitted sow A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stockoflt f f f f Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsf Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White Uihswiz Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Nancy to Loan lean get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time iu sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCHER JR apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky Call us up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it ii good order for the coining season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Jersey Cow For Sale cowlfrfshFor particulars call on undersigned aug 12 4t R E TURLEY Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank fe Trust Company or by writing T D tlIKSABIT Telephone 89rmJt 4 mhl8 tf Terriil ny of t OLD JOE WHISKY Band made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It id of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5tI ii Ijugs 250to 5 bottles 3e2It n jugs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If you want to sow yourwheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Ken tucky Disc Wheat Drills With or without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of Fertilizers and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE a3 WILL COMMENCE f SATURDAY A va 1stand continuewithunabated intererest throughout the entire month The Sellingwill be Positively Sensational The uying Chances are Unparalleled fewyearshavesuffereddetermined to are accumplishstylish seasonable merchandise Goods To Be Sold This splendidstock of Clothing Carpets Oil Cloths Millinery etc will be sold StockWorth COST VALUEas we want to move in a new stock So we are determined to biCt this stock 1 IThis stock consists of styles and the values art so great thatit will pay one jx buy the old adage about the early bird Nearly 5000 Department to be suniMd A cool propo monfly saving tion th every man woman should hlvetIlate1 RcspectfuilySubdJ V Elderf J a mrwo We Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspections Come and get our prices before making your purchase inthis lines thelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction 1ee eaTTae DOT sRICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT2 1903 ++++t N+ + + ++I Job Printing J + Is like everything elseyoui + want the best 1 has new and untodate faces of type and carries only the + nicest grades of stationery y You will be pleased with our 4 work Try us + MINNNN ++1f14NeeH Dont forget the excursion to Es till Springs Sept 4th Democrats go to Winchester Saturday and hear the speeches of Beck ham McCreary Blackburn and James The ver increaesig business of the large firm of Covington Banks has necessitated the service of another clerk which position is now being filled by Mr Frank Beatty Mr C E Clary who has been op erator at the L A depot resigned to accept the position of yard master for the same road He began his new du ties yesterday his place as operator Is being filled by Mr Champ A party of desperadoes took pop session of the town of Wilhurst in Breathitt county Saturday shot holes in the houses and forced the citizens to flee to the mountains Capt L ngmlre with a detail of six militiamen went to the scene and arrested two men Shackelford Co are headquar ters for all kinds of sporting goals sin gle and doihl barrel guns from 600 to SIOO and rites any kinds you wish all calibers Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load you wish Game bugs and loading tools tf Messrs Roe Lackey and Weber Hamilton of the firm of Lackey Ham ilton have gone to Carllnle to open a branch store The gentlemen have done a remarkable business since their opening in this city the first of the year They are hustlers from way back and we wish them all the success possible in their undertaking A citizen from near Irvine informed the CLIMAX Monday that MrThoe Williams Jr would bl1 tendered the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk of Extill county If there is a Democrat in Entill who ran hI elected to county ofllre it is Mr Williams and procperts lir a Democratic victory in that county were never brighter Missionary Convention The Tenth district missionary con vention of the UirlKtiHU church will convene at this place September 9 and 10 This district is cmrpoard of the counties of Lincoln Garrard Rock castle and Mailifuin Storms Our town was visited by hpavy storms several days last week The thunder and lightning was severe ac compHiiied hy cuiiMilerahle wind Out in the county thr heat of calves belonging to Mr Hiirtmi Roberts wen killed and a mule and rail belonging to Mr Jack Freeman of this place were instantly killed e 3 st 9nsZroplw Every Madison county Democrat should go to Winchester Saturday Public Speaklag Hon Frank Peake and lion John D Carroll will speak at the court house next Monday county court day Jat 1 30 p m Everybody invited Walters School The Walters School will begin its next session Wednesday September 2nd at 9 oclock All students who are to attend are strongly urged to hr present atthn opening Awarded Damages The sltitsi Mrs B F Walters alnsl the city ot Lancaster forl01i00for In juries sustained by Jailing into a ditch cut for n sidewalk curbing resulted in a verdict for the plaintiff to the amount of 1000 The case will be appeal d Fortytwo Additions The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Newby closed last week with fortytwo additions This wasa most wonderful record as the greeting continued only five nights Rev Hugh McLellan of this city con ducted the services and the result speaks well ot his power as an evangelist He will go to Harrodeburg this week to hold a series of meetings Death Sentence For Caleb Powers After more than four hours deliber ation the jury in the Caleb Powers case at Georgetown returned a verdict Saturday morning finding ithe prisoner guilty and fixing the punishment at death A formal motion for a new trial was made and overruled Special Judge Robbins sentenced Powers to be hanged on Wednesday November 25 An appeal was granted and the de fense was given until the eighth day of the October term of the Scott circuit court o file a bill of exceptions This suspends the sentence pending a decision of the appeal Announces for Jailer In this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr Robt B Terrill Jr for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party There is not a more popular man in Madison county than Bob Terrill and besides his genial dis position he has had six years experience in this capacity having served as deputy Jailer under Mr John F Wagers for that length of time If elected to the office Mr Terrill will discharge the duties involved with credit to all concerned He solicits the Democratic vote of Madison A New firm Mr Jo S Joplii has sold his mag nificent stock of furniture to Messrs W L Crutcher and G W Evans Jr who will continue the business at the same stand Mr Joplin has very much endeared himself to the people of this city since his removal here and has during his tour years business ca reer treated his customers with honesty and polite attention and he has made a most excellent citizen progressive in every respect We trust that the deal will not remove him from our town as the loss of him and his charming wife would be a severe one The new firm needs no introduction as both of the gentlemen concerned are too well known They are thoroughly business from the word go We predict for them a flourishing business and wish them abundant CUCCPR Captain B J Ewen Here On last Saturday Capt B J Ewen was called here to see his invalid sister Mrs Minnie Johnson of Berea who had been operated on for a complication of diseases the operation resullingfatally Mrs Johnson lying at 330 that alter noon Her remains were taken to Stan ton Powell county for interment and were accompanied by Capt Ewen While in our city he was shown all the courtesies possible and the sympathy of all went out to him in his new sorrow which on top of all of his recent troub lee weighed heavier than ever Capt Ewen stated to a reporter that he would never return to Jackson to live but most probably would locate in Lexington and begin life over He further prophesied that peaceful condi tions would be restored in Breathitt county during the next two years No need to tear sudden attacks of cholera infantum dysentery diarrhoea summer complaint of any sort if you have Dr Fowlers Extract of wild straw berry in the medicine chest 1m r 2 E Oeatherage Co L t Seeds Seeds SEEDS t J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that fI J I have all kinds of seeds to se1La I am no old hay J seed either but I have J JHAY Ito sell by the bale or car load I also handle oats aria corn and NorthernSeed Rye Those wanting J- J If things will do well to give me a calla Prices reasonA able Remember that I have things to sell J t 1 t f1- 1er to keep JDeatherageCo Lc vm N AR Ur trfofr The new fall styles in both soft and stiff hats are here the very latest shapes from such wellknown makers as ROELOPS PIDNEEII STETSON AND OTHERS of I of By reason of large buying direct from leading manufacturers r insteadof jobbers or middle men we are able to offer unusual hat values together with a very large stock from which to make your choice Try us Prices are 1 L25 1502 250 350 45 CaVINGTON AND BANKSOUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS When the Cook Leaves I its mighty handy to have a fire that can be lighted in a jiffy the only fuel a match One Turnof Valveand your fire is started with the striking of a match All expense is as easily stopped when done crooking and the kitcheu remains cool and comfortable for the finishing up With Gas Fuelthere is no coal to carry no ashes no dirt no coal pails to litter up the kitch- enWould You Like To Know About Gas- RICHMOND Water LightCOMPANY They Sell Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Fastest Mile Ever Made in MadLsonI Horse circles here were Friday over the news that Clarence C the five yearold stallion of Mr W C Gormley had trotted a mile at the Haxhall Stock Farm near this city in the splendid time of 212 the fastest in the history of Madison county Clarence C is a Madison bred and owned animal being by Haxhall dam Mary Neale by Vatican Let it be re membered that Clarance C is a half brother to Joe Watts who went a mile out west last week in 210 Mr McIntyre Here Mr W Owen McIntyre who recently conducted the Danville Advocate leas been engaged as circulation agent and general solicitor of the Register He u said to be a wideawake hustling newspaper man and proposes to boom the Register for all It is worth The editorial department remains in charge of its present accomplished editor Mr T H Pickets who under the new regie e will have more time to devote to the literary department of the paper Mr McIntyre is welcomed to the com munity which knows true merit and is not slow in rewarding it An Invitation to Democrats of Madison WINCHESTER KY Aug 26 1903 EDITOR CLIMAX Richmond Ky DEAR StnI desire through you to extend to the Democrats of Madison county a cordial invitation to attend the opening of the Democratic state campaign at this place on Saturday September 5th Governor Beckham and his associates on the state ticket will be here and the Democrats of Clark county will furnish an abut dance of burgoo music and water We hope to see a large number of Madison county Democrats here that day Sincerely yours SAM W PUBSLEYH bairman Democratic Campaign Committee for Clark County Will Try Again When asked If it were true as reported that lion Beckham would be requested to issue another requisition upon Gov Durbin of Indiana for the surrender of W S Taylor indicted for complicity in the Goebel conspiracy Oil T C Campbell attorney for brothers of the murdered Governor said Upon the conclusion of the Caleb Powers trial at Georgetown this month Goyernor Eeckhan will be asked to ajminifwue a requisition upon the Gov ernor of Indiana for Taylors surrender to the Kentucky authorities and- reer you for information upon that subject to Gov Beckham and Cow monwealth Attorney Robert B Frank HH If however the requisition iade and the Governor of Indiana rataeefi to honor It an appeal wjU be Hwwte lo the Supreme court of the United b4ates to issue a writ of maHdamaB Suspicions Actions of a Madison Negro A dispatch from Frankfort to Sun clayslourierJournalsays William Tribble colored of Madi son county came to Frankfort this af ternoon to see his brother John Trib tile a life prisoner from Madison county in the Kentucky penitentiary Trib ble had with him a valise which he insisted on taking in the walls with him The officials refused to permit this until an inspection was made Tribble declared he had left the key up town and on starting with an official admitted having the key The valise was opened and arms and a large quantity of ammunition were found Tribble was arrested and placed in jail but was released tonight as no crimi nal charge could be made It was thought Tribble meant to leave the arms with his brother the convict In the prison as there was little else In the valise A Big Day tor Democracy Saturday September 5th all roads will lead to Winchester This day we will mark in our calendar with a white stone The eyes of the State will be upon our city on that day when will be inaugurated a campaign which will for a generation show to the country that Kentucky has forever set her seal oi disapprobation on assassination per jury and force and has determined that law and not miglit shall prevail The speeches on that occasion will furnish the basis of this campaign and they will be awaited with impa tience from Mills Point to the banks of Sandy and froth the Ohio river to Cumberland Gap Our young and in trepid Governor will sound the key note and the watchword wilt be taken up with enthusiasm all over the Blue grass State From present indications the crowd will be a record breaker and will be Composed not only of the people of Clark county but largedelegationstrom adjoining counties will be here Gov Beckham and all the other candidates on the State ticket will be present Senators McCreary and Blackburn will be here to greet the boys Mayor Grainger of Louisville and other prominent officials are expected and the boys in the trenches will be here by the thousands Squire Parsley and genial Will Bos well wentto Lexington Tuesday and made arrangements with OWl Jaubert the great and only burgoo maker for one thousand gallons of his savory stew which will be as free as the air and none seed go away Imfed Let every body come and brisK his neighbor with hfw For one day let things at home take ewe of themselves and lets have a love tenet the remembrance of which will stay with us dur fag all the coming days Winchester Deaoerai Sodal Session There will be an initiation and so cial session at the Elk Lodge Rooms on Friday night At the same time Hon J A Sullivan who was the dele gateto the Grand Lodge meeting at Baltimore will make his report Democrats of Madison Do Your Duty Saturday Ten thousand visiting Democrats are expected to attend the formal opening of the State Campaign at Winchester next Saturday when Governor Beck ham United States Senators McCrea ry and Blackburn and Congressman Ollie James will make speeches It would be most appropriate for Madison county Democrats to attend in large numbers this great meeting County pride neigbbcrliness andthe cause of Democracy appeal to us one and all to go to this meeting It is significant too that Madison county is again to furnish an opening gun for this cam paign as it did three years ago when Gov Beckham and Sen McCreary open ad the Democratic campaign in Hen derson Ky and set in motion the campaign that culminated in redeem ing Kentucky and winning a great Democratic victory At Richmond September 24 the Mexicans Will Meet The following notice has been mailed to each Mexican Veteran in Ken tuckyDear Sir and Comrade You your wife daughters and granddaughters are cordially invited to be present at the State Meeting of Mexican War Vet erans at Richmond Ky on the 24th of September 1003 A rate of one and onethird tare will be made on all railroads on the certificate plan When you purchase your ticket identify yourself as a Mexi can War Veteran To secure the reduced rate and pay one fullfare going only Tickets should be on sale at your station on the 22d and ending on 24thThis meeting was first called for September 15th but owing to the close date 16th and 17th with the National Meeting at Indianapolis Ind it was thought best to postpone the State Meeting to the 24th of September By order of State President Col J G Craddock John A Hobson Assistant Secre tary for Kentucky Association of Mexican War Veterans Gieensburg KyCommitties will be appointed and a dinner will be given to the Mexican Veterans on Thursday the 24th The cooperation our citizens is requested A Richmond Boy Cured of Hay Fever as if by Marie Mr Edwin Stockton son of Mr a C Stockton of this citv is annually on August 15th seized with the dread bay fever and his suffering is described as the worst ot the kind ever witnessed here He had tried every known remedy with but partial relief and his parents had decided to sena him to Michigan where the climate is famous as a hay fever cure But the news reached Mr Stockton two weeks ago after the fever had attacked his son that right here in Kentucky is a place where hayjever is cured as If by magic the place being Torrent located in Powell county on the 1 E Railway t about eighty miles from Winchester As a drowning man catches at straws so young Stockton hastened to Torrent and these are the words used by his father in describing the result of the visit My son Edward reached Torrent in the morning that being the time of the day he suffers raoetintense Iy with the hay fever and strange to state not once after he set foot In Torrent did he have an attack of the dread troubleA man present who hoard the interview remarked I know it to be a fact that Torrent Is as good a place ae MietiUwn for hay fever Let hay lever sufferers take note and act accordingly Painfully Scalded Elizabeth the little six year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert R Burnam was very badly scalded last Friday The child collided with the cookwho was carrying a pan of boiling water The injuries were verj painful though not serious and the little suf ferer is doing nicely and will soon be entirely recovered When Elizabeth was a little tot her favorite expression was I dont know what to do In recent years she ceased to say this but on Friday while suffering from the burns she was heard to say repeatedly I dont known what to do which was so pathetic that those who witnessed her sufferings themselves unable to re lieve her turned away in tears For tunately the burns are bnt slight after all and will leave no scarsR- esolutions At a meeting of the board of mana gers of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary ThursdayAugvst 20 15K3 the following resolutions were pasned Whereas death has claimed one of our charter members Mrs Ann V alien That we bow in humble submission to the dispensation of Gods inscrutable providence That we wish to bear our testimony to the faithfulness zeal and wisdom of this beloved friend and coworker She was one ot the directors of this noble charity from its birth and whether as official or layman shin was as courageous in its days of adversity as cheerful and hopeful in its hours of prosperity Her devotion to duty her rare wisdom in counsel and action htr generous liberality and elevating per sonality will be sorely missed by us her associates yet we will give thanks for her Godly Christlike example That we extend our genuine sympa thy to the bereaved family That a copy of these resolutions be entered on the Infirmary books and published in the town papers Mrs C F Burnam Chm Mrs Corney Clay Mrs RL Gentry Mrs James Bennett A Host Without a Peer Has Bidden His wests a Last Good Night This community was deeply moved on Friday last at the announcement of the death in the early hours of the morning of Mr Frank Corzelius for mer manager of the famous Hotel Glyn don Deceased had been a great though patient uncomplaining suf ferer for several years and his final Illness and death were borne with the same fortitude that had characterized the good man throughout his affliction Mr Corzelius was born in Germany in 1829 eleven years later coming with an uncle to America where he resided in New York for a number of years In early manhood he went South iden tified himself with its people and there made his home acquiring a handsome estate by his own indomitable energy honesty and intelligence But the War of the Rebellion in which he sided ac tively with the South swept away all he bad and compelled him to begin lifes battle anew- Undismayed ho assumed charge of a popular summer resort at Tuilahoma Tenn there giving evidence of the possession of extraordinay accom plishments as a hotel proprietor at tracting to himself and his resort widespread attention from the travel Ing public and summer visitors so that his tame as a host spread abroad and he was given many offers to take charge of hotels throughout tile country In 1892 he was induced to come to Richmond and ease the new Hotel Glyndon The moiaejit of hia arrival marked new era IB this community a firstclass hotel having been a long felt want here demanded by the com mercial travelers and citizens generally Consequently under Mr Cor zelius rigid regime VerythinlC alxml the Hotel assumed a different aspect To enumerate the changes would necessitate the publication of a voluMe whose every lime WGIir of the Uri w i r work of tlis Prince of Hotel Men The task was difficult and discouraging but out of the chaos order sprang and fin ally Richmond possessed the best man aged hotel in Kentucky the reputa tion of which spread throughout the state and made the Glyndon the fa vorite resort of the traveling public Order quiet cleanliness politeness punctuality plenty were the watch words ot the house and the veteran manager instilled these ideas into all attaches bt the place until they were as well disciplined as a company of the national guard Here then we had and still have a model hoteland that is as essential to our civilization as great an ornament to our city as is our Government building for few cities possess either of those great public ne cessities Mr Corzelins leaves two sons George and James both married and a foster sister Miss Mary Mathews a lady of the rarest Christian virtues beloved all The interment took place Satur day afternoon late just as the suns last slanting rays emerged from the clouds that had obscured them all day lighting up the sad scene with a golden glory The tribute to Mr Corzelius from the pen of Judge Charles H Kreck printed by the Register is worthy of that dis tinguished jurist and worthy of the la mented dead and we would reiterate the sentiments there expressed A good man a man great in his sphere a man of secret charities an honest man the noblest work of Godis dead To his guests he has said a long last good night on earth In heaven he awaits them to say good morning Caldwdl High School Opens Monday On next Monday morning Caldwell High School will open its doors for the beginning of the fall term The same excellent faculty will be employed and everything gives promise of a most suc cessful year The teachers and pupils alike have enjoyed a glorious summer rest and all will be glad to get down to study Once more The north end of Secondstreet will no longer be quiet but will ring with the merry laughter of school boys and girls Announces For Assessor In this Issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr B F Golden for Assessor of Madison county Mr Golden is a true and tried Democrat Ho line resided in Richmond for the past ten years prior to that time he resided from boyhood In the Union neighborhood He has a large relationship in the county by blood and marriage but he says unfortunately both for him and them most of them are Republicans but that he has fought so long and so lard for Democratic nominees that the friends he has there by made will make up for the loss of relations The CLIMAX however can only say that one more good man has offered to serve the people subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Golden has never asked for or held any otlice except he was a storekeeper guager under President Cleve lands last administration Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If it doesnt try Burdock blood bitters 1m A Complicated Ferry lase and Long Drawn Out Suit Partially Settled For several years Squire Jas C Richards operated a ferry at Ford lie neglected however to take the neces sary legal steps to confirm his title Anse Warner applied to the courty court of Madison county which granted him the right to operate the ferry provided he should secure an outlet on this side of the river as the abutting property was owned by the Ford Lum ber Co Mr Richards applied to the Clark county court for the same privilege but a writ of prohibition was served on Judge Evans to prevent him from hearing the case Finally both Warner and Richards appealed the case to the Circuit Court and from thence to the Court of Appeals where it now is In order to perfect his grant Warner proceeded to condemn the right ot way through the lands of the Ford Lumber Co to the public street and Thursday Sheriff McCord sitting as judge and with services of a jury the case was triedThe jury awarded the Ford Lumber Co damages in the sum of iwentyoae thousand dollars perhaps the largest measure Of dam ageaagari fps mRny years This verdict will probably de stroy Warners chances and it is highly possible that Richards will secure the ferry as it is understood that the Ford Lumber Co is backing his suit and will allow him a passway on sufferance Winchester Democrat Special train to Estill September 4th 940 a m 75 cents round trip suits made to measure Before You Buy Dont fail to see our line of Suits Made to Measure OUR COLLECTION OF Suitings Trotisering and Overcoatings for the forthcoming Fall and Winter are now complete and it is to your interest to pay us a visit at your earliest convenience J J f c We represent B STERN SONof New York and others Every Guint is Guaranteed to Pit and Please 0 RICE AND ARNOLD Main street Richmond Ky jJrrf rrt PROFESSIONAL OAFtDS M ATTOSKITS Ih MILLER ATTOBICBYATLAW IRlCUIIOlfD KBifTOCCT Office n the Barnaul Building next door to arm ra National Bank febSly JA StTIjIjtVAIl ATTORNEY LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J O D 11 UHKNA LILT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KRNTUCKY Office on Second etreet over Chen ultu grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyut Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY ItiyOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Pern k Thomas drugstore L PHYSICIANS DR8 GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUKUEOJUS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oibce in the Dr Hobson building MInStreet U C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oluce Stouffer Building Main Street 1lo1 bon Bt residence the Carr place Broadway IUHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust B g Literature furmshod mi application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL 3T7BGERY Tit XJaWVuva V otaoxv DENTIST OP LODISVILLB KY BuildingAlcbmRndnoTl7ly V M Blanton js DENTIST aOmce in Bennett Building llanly TELEPHONE 196 nit LANDMAN Hotol Glymlon Wednesday September tI 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat ATTENTION Wn have moved our produce business from the JSast 15ml of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Seoinl street Iljlnlv mlI1IOX KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Loiisie k itiullc HiUnL DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAEfS LEAVE RICHMOND or Veraal11eLawrenceburglShel t eaa Lm and Cincinnati 3t3p m or Irvine 1Mam For MUlnri Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Loul Ttlle Lexington and I tlMain Cincinnati gUr n pjnFromO M BROWNING Gen Mgr KynRichmond Ky Stops tho Cough rnd Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine TrMeta cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fjj We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the lol lowing places in Madison county Arbuckle iBimmoni Rchmond Hearer Hamilton Waco O Finnel Red House J W Masters Valley View J V Whitlock Baldwin John Utapp Newby Burton Roberts Rntbton J WTeater Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonburg LA Wearren Paint Lick- Wallacetonr C McWharter Biekner Early Berea JTCOT Kirkirille Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses We can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a tory unusual strengt For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armere old stand ly L HITime T le Ar No I Cincinnati and Livings L- v1tl p m ton Ez1ess sonth bound 1246 p No 6 Cinnati and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No Clnnati and Uvings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnati and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Accm north bound 820 a m Maya7ENo 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound lilac Grow Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Jbe- naultSCIIOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in September a Highclass Private School at Klrksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will he supported by competent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiries toG P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio orG B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky LR Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streets aprMlyrPhrje lSj z FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maidSTo 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 itsir she said And he never repented in all his life ci For he took Elliston Patent Flour home toj his wife MADE BY fElliston Mill Company Phone 1663 WACO KY Wool Carding in Season 4 S 5S Kentucky Fair Dates Bardstown September 1 5 days Nicbol8Bville September 1S days Somerset September 1 4 days Elizabothtown Sept 84 days Richmond Sept 14 f 6 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair Otrensboro September 21 6 days We have nevereho wn a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we cow Lave on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before baying 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 MIDRIFF Prop Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cores It surpasses any oilier salves lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt rheum fever fores chapped hands skin eruptions infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c at all druggist 1m A young man who had been posing as a son of Senator S B Elkins was locked up in New York on the charge of passing worthless checks A SURPRISE M F Enright of this city found that Promises Were made Good The story told below by one ol the business men of Richmond wilL prove very interesting to many Richmond nut alone because it bears the hallmarks of truth but also because many readers will find that the case stated is exactly similar to their own except that they have been unable to find the relief described by the narrator But let him tell it M F Enright the well known whole sale liquor dealer of Hallen Avenue says Sharp aches and pains tliroueli the small of mv back and across the kidneys were accompaied in my case with other unmistakable evidences of kidney disorders My condition was so apparent to me that I searched high and low for relief but seemed unable to find it until one lucky day a friend told me ot Doans Kidney Pills and act- Ing upon his advice I got a box at B L Midclellons drugstore They light ed all the irregularities and weaknesses of the kidneys and I am therefore iroro than glad to recommend Doans Kid nev Pills to others For sale by all dealers Price SOcts Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for tho United States Remember the name Doans and take no substitute 1m John Ell der tlie actor and theatrical manager died in New York aged 82 He was the father of Effie ABSOLUi Lh L E- E1OcDOTo DO distributed among subscribers to tho Cincinnati Dally Knqsircr iu November 1003 On Tuesday the 3d dw of November 1905 there will be a state election at which a Govcrnoi of Ohio will be voted for To stimulate interest in this election the Cincinnati Dih Enc irr has set aside 10000 This will be distributed according to the schedule nnexed among the subscrib ers on and after this date until the close of the contest who estimate nearest the vote which will be cast foi the iffice of Governor of Ohio The number of the total votes cast for the fbo Governor will be determined as final and conclusive by the official certificate of the Secretary of State THE PRIZES TO BE DISTRIBUTED ARE AS To the one making the nearcet correct estimate of the oxact total of the voto for tho office of Governor of Ohio 500000 To the Second Nearest 250000 To the Third Nearest 100000 To the Fourth Nearest 50000 To the Fifth Nearest 25000 To the Sixth Nearest 20000 To the Seventh Nearest 15000 To the Eighth Nearest 12500 To the Ninth Nearest 10OOO To the Tenth Nearest 7500 To the Eleventh Nearest 5000 To the Twelfth Nearest 2500 To the Thirteenth Nearest 1500 To the Fourteenth Nearest ioog In all fourteen premiums amounting to If there Is a tie In the estimate of two or more persons for anyone of the prizes the amount thereof will be equally tITHE VOTE OF OTHER YEARS 118113718168188li 18H 705631 15938236581895837109 lS0785498615990081501001837600 150 for a months subscription entitles to one estimate EnquirerAddressTHE ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU P 0 BOX 716 CINCNNATI 0 rBig Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile CoaJ 4 ++++ ++++ +++++4 + + +++++++I I Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary iJi grate without any attention I 1+ 4 4r++++++++ ++++++++ y MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys WELCOME FOLLOWS 1000001 I SKINS ci further information address General Passenger Agent ChicagoI He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Opportunitiesfor Home Builder LumbermanFruit Canneryman Farmer Miner- Investor Manufacturer Importer Merchant veteran Ellsler Do von katnr that Washington Is the most richly endowed Stute in the Union All wealth comes from the earth and sea Note what Wa hl ngUm lisa Her flnli Industry leadi and furnishes the greater share of the salmon used the world over An Opportun- Ity for the Caimcrymnn Her liiiiber industry is Miown by the largest saw mllls m the world backed by a practically inexhaustible product Lumber is a necessity and Is fnxt becoming exhausted u the eastern state Tho Last Chance for the Lnml erman- Washington will become the greatest fruit producing State While this Industry Is newyet the fruit of Wash ington is celebrated Carloads ot Washington apples are sold annually in New York City and find a ready market in many Eastern Stales An Opening for the Fruit Orower The jiecullarly favored climate of Washington mid Us wide range due to diff erencea of altitude and niinfall adapt the State to almost every class of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat barley IInd oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United Slates A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder The mountains of Washington are filled with min eral gold sliver copper lead iron and coal are await- Ing the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospect for the Miner and Investor Seattle Is the natural gateway lo the Orient and Alaska The shipping of Faget Sounds compares favor ably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Golden fu lure for te Merchant Manufacturer Importer and Cap taliit For those who may wish to Investigate or take ad vantage of an opportunity to participate In the rent do Telopement that will mark the next decade In this state a special 6r bcla round trip rate of QO00 from Chicago and 4500 from St Paul and Minneapolis has been authorized Dates of sale August tat to lUb Inclu she Final return limit October 15 Liberal stopovers and diverse routes will be granted and those desiring to returli through California cau do by paying 1100 ad ditional GREAT NORTHERN RY Write for lllustrltHl pamphlotti and Wonderful Washington map For complete Ipformatlou cull fin or address any ticket aleut or F I WHIT BY G po J2IuI Mimi Jp a IAt Kansas City George B a Kentuckian whose father was once sheriff of Breathitt county and who was killed there as the result of a feud shot and killed his young wife as she slept and then committed suicide in a cemetery The Pleasure of Eating indigestiondyspepsia will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomachsweet This remedy is a never failing cure for indigestion and dvs popsia and nil complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol dyspepsia cure everything you eat tastes good and every Lit of the nu triment that your food contains is assimilated aud appropriated by the blood and Hold by E C Wines Capt James H Kerr Qf Lexington one of the wealthi est men in Fayette is dead in his 73rd year He owned 2000 acres of bluegrass A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but tillS wonderful medicine gave instant relief nd soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pueu inonla bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles OOc and SI Trial bottles free at all drug stores Ira It is estimated that 75000 schoolchildren in New York will either find no accommo dations this year or will be placed in halftime clas ses A Purgative Pleasure- If you ever took De Witts Little Ear ly Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure Is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe sicken or weaken but give tone and strength to the tie sues and organs involved W H Howell of Houston Texas says No bet EarlyRisersetc Sold by E C Wines 1m A colored boy jumped from a bridge over East river at Brooklyn a distance of 147 feet and lived to tell the tale What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the organs resulting in constipation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at all drug stores Itu At Frankfort Ind Harvey Thomas was killed by Harry Loveland who struck him with his fist breaking his neck Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was tile condition of an old soldier by name of J J Heavens Versailles O For years he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doc tars nor medicines gave him relief At putilimhe testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of stomach and bowel complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by all druggist 1m The Baltimore and Ohio railroad has signed contracts for 50000 tons of 85 pound steel rails for 1904 delivery Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin and Blood Di seases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which eflectually cured an eating cancer cf the nose and face The sores nealed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores suppurating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among other Mrs K M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive dis charge from the eating Sire Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Guer ney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pain ul cers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Improves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists per large bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anti special medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m An underground mortuary chapel is to be construced in Calvary Cemetery in New York for burial of priests Notice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and Is in firstclass condi tlon the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land m mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desiring propety to cull and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C GABBIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property Is a good dwelling and one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jun 36mo The fire in the oil field near Sour Lake Tex has been ex tinguished The loss did not exceed 500OSDistress After Eating Cured GreelblllrgLaIRufferedKreatyfrom distress wruhl invariably resti t lasting tor an hour or so and my nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me en tirely Now my sleep is refreshing and UgestJQH perfect Jold by E 0- vinea jiB U Farm For Sale One ofthe begt farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 1M miles from rail road station and postoffice Excellent improvements all in grass well wa toted Contains 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easyE EVANS apr 1tf Red House 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 bothmen and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sentby mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TIllS Richmond Kyt 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 using lttodayl weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonvA RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings DiscoveryI IACure Perfect II For All Throat andILung Troubles Money back If it falls Trial Bottles free I The Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkiiT 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 bugcries wagons etc a specialty best work nnd lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Too Much System Dont make of yourself a purely domestic machine Order system and cleanli ness are of course imperative in the well regulated home but dont be so dreadfully systematic that you keep the other members ofyour house hold in terror of violating some fixed rule Keep in touch with the world in har mony with your husband and children and if you have any ornamental accomplishments cultivate them and you will get from life the best it has to offer Your Finger Nails Dont clip your finger nails with the scissors use a good file Clipping causes the nails to become coarse and heavy and rough The general rule in filing the nails is to have them follow the shape of the finger tip but a narrower better effect can be obtained if they are left a trifle longer in the center They should be rounded of coarse never pointed Claws are no longer in vogue They never were in vogue with people of good taste and fine sensibilities A man weighing 500 pounds was buried at Bristol P A derrick was used in handling the casket jlI SALES 000 A DAY Watches I This is the Ingersoll Dollar Watch which sells at the lowest price carries the strong andlbas and style otherIngenolla at Iso175 and Suo Sold everywhereRobt H Ingersoll 6 Bro Dept351 tAblE NEW YORK MEAT MALT THC IDeAl mMfm ToiuTivr Theres Life iad S reah Sa Every Bwp A eseeUlCOIIItitPURE OLD MALT z3MFATMaltpreparation IanstileaDdistrulyLLoofcrflle CoUeceof Pharmacy MEAT MILT L LuJvf K For Sale by B I Middelton yours ARBUCKLE SIMMONS ++CALL AT +++ JONES MERSBOIL SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Oennlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssssss Phone 3 Second St Weak x HeartsAre due to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach Which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This interferes with the action of the heart and In the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Iladatomachtrouble lourIIIOIIthaKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure BottlesorJr trialmePrepared by E DeWITT ADO CHICAGO For sale byJPerry Thomas One EyeSAt a Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes diller in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes- A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles ae Cat- Ms s RtmQ Capt William Rollins one of the oldest and bestknown pilots of the Tennessee river lines died at Paducah THE New YClipperIS PaperinAll persona Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD ItPUBLtSHED CENTSFor parts of the world FREEAddressNew York C- ityDragging Pains StCIUCAGO Oct 2 1902 suffered with falling and congestion of the womb withsevere pains through the groins I suf mentruationl brainWhat andfailedof Cardni that blessed remedy for pleasanttotake bloodseemedand after eleven bottles Iwas a wellwoman perfecthealthCardui for menstrual disorders blindingheadaches ayBuing Wine of Cardui in her home patientrequiringpecial AdvisoryDepartment Medicine Co ChaUajiooga Te- naWINEcIRDui 55S55 The above Cuts represents the Studebaker Wagon and PichWilliamson Co Under Feed Furnace the best of their class on the market We would be glad for you to call and inspect them before buyingSWe would be glad to supply your want when in need of any thing in the Hardware Line Tinwork and Repairing a specialty Let us Give you an estimate on your work of va Respectfully I O t I Listen to the Prices at THE GLOBE Greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of Madison and adjoining counties 50 Mens Suits worth 750 for JO days go at 85 Clay Worsteds worth 10 and 12 50 latest styles for the next ten days will go at 50 Mens Melton Suits worth 1250 at 150 Worsteds in latest styles worth 250and 15 will go for next ten days for 1000 Boys Clothing 50 99daysc 85 Boys Suits worth 2 for next 10 days 150 75 Boys Suits worth 3at 199 ISO pairs Mens leans Pants worth 1 25 for the nezt ten daysgo at Men Corduroy Pants worth 2 for the next fen dsys at 750 89c 124 Mens 350 Corduroy Pants for JO days 199 Mens Shoes1100 andhoxIOOpairs4Slioesat299S15C pairs S3 50 Shoes at S 49 100 pairs 2 Shoes at 2- 1LADIES SHOES 1995C S2 50 at 199 50 pairs vici kids worth S350at249150 pairs 2 Shoes at S124 500 pairs Children Shoes at roc on the dollar Mens Dress Shirts worth 75c for JO days at 39c 125 Shirts at89c Ladies Hose worth J Oc at 5cts Mens Socks worth t oat 5cts Yours for Bargains The Globe Store 208 byJohn f Ixi1IkIiN- lorpriceoand even In dry seasons The bearings are liar iti saxalasaco KY For those who go to Hot for the benefit ofHealth the summer is really the Best Time Her fortunate the most in are united in the opinion that the wrsare more during the season If ONES 200 J RocKlsland System 5oo 750 KentucKy InterchangeabIeDisRorShoe OPENERSMake andarediskKYaremadlaslip5LOJISVILLI3 KHotSprings coolandtheValleyPhysicians beneficial Summer RARE PLUS JFFOl1hrqtJ hoot the Summer Write forlibooklcts itq t j GEO H LEE G P A Little Rock 4k A I I A p1 AJ Cineito