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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 7 I i ii i LTrI 7- d T TF113 RICHMOND CLIMAXItik i1It VOLUME 311RICH MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1903 NUMBER 16It PHONE 80 II E C WINES DRUG STORE H COR MAIN FIRST I THEY GOr t Every thing in Spring and Summer Goods at thee Hustling eash Store MUST GO Ii 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 oprf portunity to secure bargains at your own price Dont Miss It We have been selected and appointed as sole Distributing Agents for the Royal Soap ompany of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter of a century it is a wonderfully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and beautifying to the complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million families throughout the breadth and length of the land are today us- ingROYALCUTCLESOAP And will use no otherI JThe regular price for Royal Cuticle Soap is JO cents per cake but for a limited time acting as agents for the manufacturers who desires to introduce the Roval Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR JO Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross I J LACKEY HAMILTON Cor Main and First Streets New WallPapers See our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line ofRoom Mould ings ReadingS etc Just received a new lot of Window Shades up1 all colors sizes and prices from ten cents Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from tSrQ tee e V 11 Oeo M Willgingr 209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad t Summer Excursion Tickets now onSale to ST PAUL MINNEAPOLIS and the Northwest Colorado Utah Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springsi lAT REDUCED RATES I Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and T s Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on 8r t and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Qklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of the Springs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or aft dress P W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky u The Walters School RICHMOND KY An academy for boys modeled after the best Eastern boys schools ii The course of study thorough i t practical and comprehensive fits J Iboysfor the leading colleges or af s a substantial preparation for business or professional schoolsojl 1 J 17Methods comprise f re q u e nth written recitations attention to each e- ttI 1boy individuallyafternoon session devoted entirely to studyJILocation and equipment are un t excelled For catalogue etc write hiJames T Barrett Principal i f t Jr- L I 1 Tlnnounccmcnts FOR COUNTY ATTOHNEY We are authorized to announce W R Attoriieyparty UORPOKKnbJect to the action of thH Democratic party FOR SIIERIFFiWe are antlionzed to announce JNO W SConutyic Iartyiannounce B subJectFOR MAGISTRATE nDYKESRichmond magisterial district subject to the acLion of the Democratic Party FOR JAILER PERKINitheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison sub jWeareauthorized subJectROSSavt to the action of the DemOcatic party MORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democraticparty GPAlliUSIIcounty subject to the action of tha Democraticarty ANDERSONtAIiES actionr IIKIOuntysubject DUOKJOHNSONsubject to the action of the DemocraticParty e are authorized to announceS n EARKE countysubject TERRILlcounty subject to tbe action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce BEN F oPublicthe action of the Democratic party JOliNNOLAND totheFOR ASSESSOR BAKERofsor ubJect to the action of the Democratic ar authorized to announce BUD DUNN roUlltyaubJcct BGOLDENs DemocuticFOR COUNCILMAN- We are authorized to announce W L Richmondparty We are authorized to announce D B Councilmanfromof the Democratic party TWIIsONthoDemocmtlc VDAIESEnd Ward subject to the action of the Demo cratic party IBYJREKast Enl vard sabjeU to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce ALEX rotEastEndDeinocratlp party DMILLERthetJemocraticWe are Muthorized to announce WILLIAM CunncllmanfromtheDeinocratic party We ara uth FOR CONSTABLEIS CUIVNKR a to the action of the We are authorized to announce J L BAXTER theeactlonMeat and Mata cotnbinatioir f the exact of Prime B ef and Pure Old MaltEndorsed liy leading Physicians and Chemists everywhere as a safe sad efficient Nerve and Blood tonic Makes Muscleis Invigorating and appetizinR Has no eqtml as a Strength Builder If your druggist cannot supply it send 125 to Bobt J Frich cor 7th and Main Sts or Leon S Abraham cor let and roadway Louisville Ky ami a Quart bottle 11100 Bent t- o1IIii 941f1C PC Call For Primary At a meeting of the Democratic City Committee for Richmond Ky held at the City Hall in said city on July 30lh 1903 at 2 oclock p m persuant to call and a it flIs1 That a primary election be held ill and fur said City of Richmond on the 1lh day cfj September 1903 lot the purpose of nominating candidates to represent the Democratic party tote voted for at the regular November election 1903 as follows viz A candidate for tim office of Jut te of the Peace for the City ot Richmond magisterial district of ldl OIl county to fill out an nnexplred It rill oonst311bleout an unexpired term councilIwanfrom each of the three bourideries re spectively asset out in the ByLaws and Ordinances 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 Jaw and at the regular and customary places in said precincts Said polls shall be opened at oclock a in and closed at 4 oclock p in 3 Any person desiring to become a candidate lo be voted for at said pri mary election for any of the offices above set out shall on or before 12 oclock noon September 3rd 1903 de poiit with W R Shackelford the sum of five dollars 500 which shall be deemed legal notice of paid persons candidacy 4 All persons known to be Democrats and who affiliate with the Democratic party being qualified voters of the city of Richmond and ail 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 affiliating with the Demo cratic party shall be deemed qualified to vote at said primary election W R SIIACKELFOKD Chr Dem City Cimmittee The Genuine vs Counterfeits- The geYiniue is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve with the many coonlterfeits and worthless substitutes are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without ben efit one box of DeWitts Witch Hazel alve cured me For blind bleeding and protruding piles no remedy s equal to Do Witts Witch Hazel salve Sold by E C Wines 1m Cincinnati September In order to meet the particular interests and sympathies of the thousands of people who will visit the Fall Festival at Cincinnati during the next two weeks the following days are named as specially dedicated to celebrating the sub jects mentioned in connec tion with the dates Monday September 7 La bor day Tuesday September 8 ItanNicNic day Wednes day September 9 Home Com ers day Thursday Sept 10 Fraternal Order day Friday September 11 Outside school childrens day Saturday Sep tember 12 Commercial Trav elers day Sunday Two concerts on the Marco Polo stage MondayISeptember 14 City childrens day Tuesday Sep tember 15 German day Wednesday September 16 Irish day Thursday September 17 Flower day Friday Septem ber 18 All Nations day Saturday September 19 Cincin nati day Cincinnati is particularly accessible from all parts of the country owing to a cen tral location and a very com plete system of railroad and electric car lines which cover the surrounding district and center in the city One fare takes the visitor from any of the depots to the Fall Festi val by means of a transfer There are ample hotel board ing and lodging house ac Icoinmodationspurses Goodrestaurants furnishing a meal from J5 cents upward abound It is the boast of Cincinnati that she can entertain 100000 peo ple daily above her own popu lalion without the slightest inconvenience Just now the city is putting on her gala at tire and the elaborateness and variety of the decorations surpass anything seen at previous Festivals Bucklens Arnica Salve HaS worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other salves lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns bwns boils 6orcsfelons ulcers tetter salt rti um fever sores chapped bands skin eruptions infallible for pile Cure gHsraateed Only 25c at all druggist 1m Residents of the country about Mt Vesuvius are in a state of panic for fear they will overwhelmed by lava from tlae voicaoo v J n Consumption The only kind of consump on to fear is neglected consumption People are learning that consumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption that is so often incurable At the faintest suspicion of consumption et a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and begin regular doses The use of Scotts Emulsion at once has in thousands of cases turned the balance in favor of health Neglectedconsumption does not exist where Scotts Emulsion is- Prompt use of Scotts Emulsion checks the disease while it can be checked Send for free ample SCOTT KOWNE Chemists oQ4t5 Pearl Street New York 5r i1 ft rv all druggistsI VALLEY VIEW ArgentIof Nichol asville are spending a few days with relatives in the county Mrs G W Dooley of Indianapolis lud has returned home after a stay of several days with relatives at this place Mrs Dr Sanford Bailey and children Ada Esther and Myrtle returned Friday from West Liberty where they visited relatives Mrs James Smith has returned from the Gibson Infirmary at Richmond greatly improved in healthbMisses Russie Veal Lexington Sallie Bailey Slate Lick Springs and Riley Davis Spears spent Tuesday with Miss Bessie Brookshire Misses Eleanor and Mabel Stivers of Chicago and Mrs W H Whitson and uon oi Lexington visited the family of John Cox and other relatives last wejk Newton Dickerson and Miss Deb Uhodus were married Friday Rev J W Prather officiating Wm Berryman and Miss Sallie Port wood were married at the home of the bride Wednesday evening Rev J W Prather pronounced the ceremony that made them one E L Haden of this place was ap prised of the death of his fattier L J Haden who died in Lexington Monday The deceased was about 55 years old and had been in feeble health for a number of years The remains WAre taken to Richmond Wednesday and laid to rest in Richmonds city of the dead The fiveyearold child of Amos Coats died Monday and was buried in the Jennings grave yard It is our sad and painful duty to chronicle the death of a brother in the flesh Goo W Sowers who fell un conscious in the street in Nicholasville August 13 died Monday night Aug ust 24 age 27 years He never fully regained consciousness though up to 48 hours of his death he could walkabout though oblivious to all surround ings Besides a father andmother and several brothers and sisters he leaves a wife to mourn his death A Purgative Pleasure EarIvyou know what a purgative pleasures TheHO famous little pills cleanse the liver antI rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects weakenbutsues and organs involved W H Ho well of Houston Texas says No bet EarlyRisersetc Sold by E C Wines 1m COTTONBURG typhoidfever BeulabFridayfromlapse and was taken back Sunday Mrs Shelby Jett KirksvIHe Mrs loInThomas NolandAmong thoso who attended the Tales Creek Association from here daughtersISchooler Mr and Mrs Josiah Simmons gave a very elaborate dining Saturday in honor of Major Ambprcrombi and family of Florida There were thi tyeix guests and Mrs Simmons served one of those dinners for which she is noted The Pleasure of Eating indigestiondysptpsiaor will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Curt digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet This remedy is a never falling cure for indigestion and dvs pepsia and all complaints affecting the stomachorKodol dyspepsia cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nu triment that your food contains is as similated and appropriated by the blood and C Wines The Kitchen Walls No one in these days thinks of papering or whitewashing a kitchen The walls should be oil painted in a flat finish that ist without varnish and if it is properly done they may be washed freely without injury to the surface There are also several patent wall coverings resembling light oilcloth that are put on like paper u AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Issued by State Commutes on CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con tentlon of tho State of Kentucky held in the city of LoulsTllle on the 2d 3d and 4th days of June 1903 the under signed were appointed a committee for amendIvember election this year to the at tentlon of raters of all parties In the neccssal1Itisan measure vitally affecting the Interests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may be or where their places of residence are situated The beneficial effects which will fol low the adoption of the amendment are so vast that they can hardly be estimated The evil that will result f by any chance the amendment should fail of adoption will be disastrous in the extreme to the best Interest of the state The adoption of the amendment will not change in the least the present sys tem of taxation in Kentucky for state and county purposes as it applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manfactnrers merchants and financial institutions in the cities and towns of our state are now tremen dously handicapped in competing with those in other states by the provision of our state constitution which retquires the same ad valorem taxes e levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as is levied by them on real estate within their boundaries This provision does not exist In oth er states in which tho competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial institutions are located so that our people In these lines of busi ness are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states and the result is that our existing Industries do not TOW as they should new industries are not established in our state In as large number and im portance as in other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but in which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onorous as in Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after its adoption will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay if money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amend ment of the constitution will not bene ficially affect you If you want existing factories in our towns and cities to grow so as to give employment to more men if you want new Industries to be established em ploying still more men if you want more consumers for your farm products and mare buyers at your coun ters if you want lower Interest rates when you borrow money if you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word if you want as much prosperity throughout the length and breadth of our grand old common wealth as prevails in other states then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for Il Every existing factory enlarged and every new factory brought into Ken tucky through this amendment to our constitution means Lower State and County Taxes for all the property thus brought in will go to swell the assessmenta for state and county purposes which will nabla the rate to be reduced Let the amendment be adopted by an overwhelming vote in its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT S SAvior Chairn Ashland Qso C TaoKnovducah W 0 KOXES LouLivilla I N LXOXAIB Eddjrrllle 7os L LIHDIB HopklnartUa WILBDB f BXOWDKB RuuelvlUe Wx A BOBIXIOX LoulcriUa J K Kaon Lebanon ALTAH L TBBBT Louisville BIOS P EZHIT OoTlnston Hsf T T DUXCAN Laxlnetoa 0 L HEARCT Waoo HXXBT L STOXE Louisville OABBETT 8 WAIX May TIlle B B PEBBT Wlncfaerter W L Baowx London P 1C Ornrt SMrtarrLelTM Dainty Luncheon Cloths Luncheon cloths may be used in various ways for small table covers as centers over cloths or on polished tables for luncheons such as fruit salad Dutch chafing dish or full course luncheon Some of these cloths made of the oriental embroidery are very effective When a white and gold effect is wished as in the horse chestnut or buck eye design the gold thread is used Edward H Trimble afor mer Louisville boy was drowned while bathing at a camp near CkactaMtti fj Ei1 rHE BUSY BEE CASH STORE on of ever in up new on see are to now sold Co sell both hand and feed and with with out also and the pay great atten tion this class of ad vices 18 20 28 with of to 1903 Cars and Cars Deer Park Mt Lake Park and Oakland Mrt For rates time of car call your Ohio on at all times of from the that are be ing Ky and do that you will find this be ideal Coal and will your coal bills the same time Also Red Ash and We are in e s S We Coal L N SUMMING UP Final In weekly talks of the past few months have touched on of the questionwe have be in all our statements we have sought give facts and facts onlyneither the truth competitionIn an1 our intentions and of the pudding in the eating our success in the of our business Next We Will our to J GARHENTSI As we the World by Pros Co of Haiti more there little cause for wonder that we have won such wide gar ment title label e I I SvgerlorityI t OUR GOODS rjare already come in We are a new stock i Cheviots anti new wash suitable for rens school dressos vaistings wrappers etc chilligr o have just placed sale this morning prettiest line new Novelty Waistingffor shown the city Have a look at them and get of the bran new stuff Brighten your face Dress with uptodate waists they make dresses look jn Our Line of Fine Shoes J Medium grades and Low Shoes for and have already come in and placed sale and it is most complete line ever placed on sale in Richmond our originalMenpick em out ihe and qnalities right Even boys and children cant goi besthe t jj ofLadiesflyourAll Spring and Summer are sold at prices that are so low that it is almost a shame take them at the noney asked for them you need any Summer Clothing Dress Goods Ovfords for ladies men I and children Summer Wash Stuff them at less than half price Remnants Itfaway WD OLDHAMOUTFITTERS TO PARTICULAR MEN Ll t i 1urT1din One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets boxes in post 12 months This Signature D BSliackelford power cutters fodder shredders shockers or blowers hand power corn shelters farmers to labor saving tf HALF RATES TO Baltimore MarylandV- IA B ACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge LOOFTickets September 19 and Good returning to September privilege extension October Vestibuled Trains Daily 3Solid Coaches Dining Drawing Room Sleepers Observation STOPOVERS AT Washington D C trains sleeping Reservations etc on nearest Ticket Agent or address o P MCCARTY G P A Cincinnati keep hand supply Brush Creek Coal new mines operated a Brush Creek not hesitate to say to an reduce nearly onehalf At giving you perfect Jellico other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc still the i and solicit a share of your patronage Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 Depot ZchmoAl1Xy r X The Argument these we many sides clothing endeavored to impartial to stretching new friends fwecanPROVE as the proof is meriting is shown tremendous increase Week Submit Case the JuryT- msUBEirOU sell BestClothiiiKinthe made Schloss is popularity Every bears Gumbu FALL beginning to showing beautiful Percales Ginghams other materials boys ladies We the Fall choice new old Priced fall winter t the Ladies ank when styles t GoodsHbeing If buy almost given Take Seven Million 6 5 We a good Satisfaction CO Uj = ut JinII on every box 25c I I Big Hill Coal Cot I ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite 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Manager WEDNESDAY FWF IKJJ HIH8 ci ICflPJPl hG Siimax Printing Go- It rorpo ruled DEMOCRATIC TICKET II FOR CIKCU1T JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON VBUTIPS ATTORNEY lION B A CKUTCHER OfJessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WhITE- Announcements FOR COUNTY ATTiRNKY We are authorized to announce W R ACKKLFORII a candidate fur County At mey at Mulisim onnty subject to theaction the Dmocratic party TIII State Democratic campaign wan opened In gmnd style at Winchester I last Saturday in the presence of ten thousand people The speakers were Governor Bockham Senators Black burn and McCreary and Congressman Ollio James of the First District While the other speakers reached the hiirli water mark of expectation all of tlitMii having national reputations in public debate the speech of Governor Beukham completely eclipsed a1 ex potations and left an impress of its own Individuality and excellence that will endure to the end of this struggle I ntnttatte vJipmay peak beside him HH was never for a inrmnnt on the de fensive but struck from the shoulder with a force and courage thoU roused Ins hearers to the highest pitch of en lliiuiawrn hA laid bare the perfidious dtmigns of his calumniators exposed ti tlr falsifications of his ntllcial record hy their own acts and pledges con tI tuned them to the infamy and obliq tiit v they merit lie properly excepted r m his denunciation tIll respectable i neiit of the Itepubliran patty hut warned even these to beware of thost v i iipires who are re p niMhle for tIlt tI grace of Republicanism in the eyes of the world and who still seem to in iild its policy uoniinate its candi des and conduct its cii iipaigns Governor BeckhatnB Bpench may be mtradicted hut not successfully it may be ridiculed but Riot dislodged it may be misrepresented hut never will it be answered by any ot the opposi tion orators from Col Itelknap down Ituad the speech Democrats and Ke publicans for it is Truth v Kalsnhood CflBrowerCo LEXINGTON KY Mission FurnitureThis will want some new furniture if it is only a ChairsRocker Table Settee Writing Desk Magazine Rack Couch Hall Rack Screen We are prepared to offer you the pick of the furniture market of this odd and quaint furniture No matter what kind of style or finish vou are interested init is here in ample variety for your selection CFBroweflCo f MAIN AND BROADWA LEXINGTON KY tSRI r It R W Miller Nominated In answer to the call of the County Chairman the Demo crats of the county met in convention at the Court House on last Monday for the purpose of nominating Representative for the Legislature Hon John B Chenault called the meeting to order and in a very forcible speech made known the purpose of the convention After election of Air W R Shackelford as Chairman and Mr R B Terrill Secretary and the presentation of credentials the house was open for nominations Judge John C Chenault was the first speaker and in a clear and most enthusiastic manner placed the name of lIon R W Miller before the house This nomination was seconded and on motion the house was closed against any other nominations and amid a perfect burst of enthus iasm and good cheer Mr Miller was nominated unanimously and by acclamation Mr Miller arose and spoke as only he can accepting the honor and promised to devote his whole strength to the work involved Mr Miller is a native of this county tracing his ancestry back to the earliest pion eers Springing as he did from a Democratic family he is himself most zealous worker for the cause He is a bril liant young lawyer a most eloquent speaker anda gentle man of the highest type Then why should we not feel proud of our nominee and when we see him seated in the Legislative hall we will have a feeling of still greater pride We congratulate Mr Miller upon the honor bestowed upon him by his home people and we also congratulate the party upon having so splendid nominee Fact vs Fancy Law and Order vs Assassination Business vs Bluster Hope vs Despair Clark county Democracy again at tested itself of noble breed like Saiadin Now Saladin my noble steed attest thyself of noble breed That good county was a tit place to fire the first gun of this great campaign andjudging by the crowd present not only Clark but all her neighbors will do their duty in NovemberLook for Beckhams speech in next weeks CLIMAX IN order to place Kentucky on an equal footing with neighboring States in regard to municipal taxation the last Legislature very properly enacted A law amending the State Constitution so as to allow towns and cities to adopt their own methods yf taxation for MUll icipnl Purposes To become operative the Amendment must be ratified by A majority of the votes cast for or against it at the November election The Amendment does not change in the least the existing methods of taxation for State and county purposes slId therefore ran not affect except beneficially the country districts Nearly every State in the Union has seen the wisdom of and enacted such a law and Kentucky is badly handi lawmakersjtoThe only reason for its failure to become a law and thus place Kentucky on an equality with other States is a lack of knowledge of its meaning arid no citizen cf the State can afford to ignore its importance Judge 8 S Swage of Ashland Ky one oftho best known lawyers ia the State has devoted a great deal of his time to the dovelopnientof Kentucky and no citizen has shown a deeper in terest in the welfare and prosperity of the State His views on the amendment may be gathered from the follow presidingtionHome RuleIt is a question that occupied melts minds for hundreds ol years and no political party has ever in its platform opposed home government That is all we dnrnand for our cities of Kentucky The Councils of Louisville of Lexington of Paducah of Covington and the other cities should be allowed to raise the city revnnue as they think best We ask nu a privilege that is really a right and I have a poor opinion of the man who has not the patroitism to vote to give another his right when it in no way affects him I was astonished at the statistics sented here to night ant the comparlI- son can be but odious to us There should be no jealousies against Louisville She has done much for Ken tucky and I am glad to testify to it I need not be modest In telling of her glories She stands today the un crowned queen of Kentucky and we are proud to acknowledge it Louis yule can receive no benefit from this proposition that will notjn some mess ure come to the whole State Campaign Opened In Madison County In Fine Style By fan and CarrolL We cannot recall when as many pee pIe attended the openingof Democrat ic State Campaign in this city as M sembled at the court house oil Monday to heartho speeches of lions John D- aTwq1hudI c 7 Carroll of Henry and Frank Peake of Shelby The court house In all truth held almost as many men as gathered here to hear Hon Wm J Stone of Missouri seven years ago It is perfectly reasonable to Infer that the Democracy of Madison is thoroughly aroused on State Issues judging by the tremendous audience and its enthus iastfc manifestations of approval of the many telling points ot the eloquent speakers lion J A Sullivan intro duced Mr Carroll and pledged his Sullivans support to the State ticket in a speech worthy of reproduction It would lose none of lie force and effect its truth and beauty by being circulated in card form Mr Sullivan is a living exponent of the Teign of law and for that reason above all others he throws the weight of his influence in this important campaign on the side of the party of law and orderthe Democracy Mr Carroll needlessly apologized for his lack 1 of ability as an orator for he is a logical forceful aud winning talker whose utterances near the impress of sincerity are full of ear neatness and truth and hence are bound to be eloquent and convincing His speech was well received and will be productive of great good Senator McCreary most gracefully introduced Mr Peake who hardly needs an introduction to a Madison audience as his appearances here in previous campaigns have made him a favorite with the Democracy of Madi son Of his speech Monday we can truly say that excepting his rather too emphatic and we believe in this crisis unnecessary reference to extraneous matters of a national character Mr Peakes speech will bear repetition from every stump ill Kentucky AVe mwt win this campaign and it will require work harmony and votes to do it Mr Peake is an orator par excellence and will be in demand from now until No vember in the struggle of the party that stands for law order honesty ard capacity He Read Becknams Speech Before Day Mr David Gosby a highly respected farmer has paid Governor Beckhain the highest compliment doubtless of anv Democrat in the State He spent Sunday after church at home and fell asleep after dinner and was not awakened until nearly midnight when his son dime in witha CourierJournal containing Gov Beckhams great speech delivered at Winchester last Saturday Mr Cosby got up aid lighted the lamp and began reading that speech and to use his own language hI read it through and I studied It until daylight when I went out to shuck corn and I want to say that that speech is absolutely unanswerable What other man in all Kentucky ever sat up all night lor such a patriotic purpose The Great Barlow Minstrels Lovers of real good old fashioned minstrelsy will be pleased to learn of the announcement of the early appear alice of the Great Barlow Minstrels who come to this city ou next Thurs day at the New Opera House for one night This is the oldest organization of its kind on the road today and bears the proud distinction of being he best in its particular line their past reputation which has been fully demonstrated hits proven them a first elats company composed of the leading Black Face comedians presenting Your Moneys Worth to better advantage than any other siirilar company ex taut This season Manager Coburn has taken the greatest of pains to surpass all previous efforts and patrons of this attraction may teel assured of a first clas performance in every respect Y M U A NotesIThe Association has buildinIIinterest in the work The county secretary spent four days last week assisting the work in Wood ford county giving four illustrated ad dresses using the stereopticon The meetings were well attended Mrs L M Boucher of Martlndale N Y accompanied by Mrs J E Stud lev of Grand Rapids Mich is visiting her son C R Boucher Letter From a Madison Man The following letter was received hy our townsman Mr W W Pigg Mr Taylor the writer is a son of Mr JG Iaylor of this county and has spent most of the summer traveling for Ills healthLioiiFiELD MINN Aug 29 03 MKW WPIGG Dear SirAtc I promised to write to you I will now fulfill my pledge I stopped in Illinois for a few days on my way to Missouri I then went to Chillicothe Missouri I found that that State had suffered a severe drouth in the middle of the summer Corn was badly damaged but hay remained good While tiiere I saw Mr Clay Chambers formerly of Madison county He is well located in a fine county and lisa a beautiful home He says all he lacks to make it a paradise is plenty of red foxes and a pack of good hounds I guess be Is too far Irotn Foxtown We have just gotten back from Itasca county Minn I went up there with a land agent Good timber land can be bought there for from six to fifteen dollars per acre We went fishing in Lake Itasca the source of the Missis sippi river which by the way looks very tame here to what it does at New Orleans This is the finest coun try I ever saw for a sporting man The lakes are full of fish and alive with lucks and the woods are thick with quirrels and hundreds of prairie chickens can be found in the low lands lhe crops here are fine wheat will yield twenty bushels per acre corn and oats are equally good Yours truly JOHN F TAYLOR MATRIMONIALCIrAanLERVYArMhss Ie Wyatt and Mr Guy Chandler both of Campbellsville were married in Butler Ky at the home of the brides sister Mrs Roy L Porter Tim wedding was quite a surprise to their many friends Mr Chandler is remembered here where he attended Central Uni versity for several years Congratu lations are extended by his friends hereKrsaMyEasQuitea surprise was created among his friends when Mr E A King returned on last Sunday night from a trip north bringing with him a handsome young wife who was before her marriage Miss Daisy L Myers of Shepherds Michigan The ceremony was perfprmed at the brides home on August 31st Mr King is tile well known head electrician for the Richmond Electric Power Company and is popular with a large circle of friends His bride is handsome and accomplished and is warmly welcomed to Richmond by the many friends of her husband The CLIMAX joins la with hearty congratuktkHu HcCrwy On The Stomp The State Democratic Campaign Committee has invited Senator James B McCreary to speak at Stanford Mon day next and at Somerset on Tuesday It is safe to say these counties will turn out n masse to hears their former Model Congressman who never had bettor friends than those in Casey and Lincoln STATE OF Onto CITY OF TOLEDO t FRANK J LUCAS CoUNTYIhe is senior partunr Oheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the snm of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured br the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK j CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 18S6 J A WGLEASON I SEAL I Notary Public halts Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ol the system Send for testimonials frees F J CHENEY Co Tofedbv 0 Sold by alt Druggists Haiis Family Pills are the best Soutor McCrearys Smile Under the heading Snap Shots in the Glare of the Campaign the Iionis yule Times of Saturday night publish ed the following notice concerning OUT townsman Senator James B McCreary Did yon ever notice the sweet and somewhat perpetual smile which adorns the Remlchernbic countenance of the Hon James B McCreary onr United States Senator Do not think because Mr McCreary is inclined to politics that the smile is a mere political pleasantry That genial arid liiirhly agreeable feature is in good truth a reflection of the cordial nature of the Senator himself an index of a disposi tion which has made him popular all over the State In seasons of political stress it is no disadvantage any man to wear this badge of good fellowship and easy approach and on that ac count Senator McCreary makes no effort to suppress it that I have ever heard of even though the din be great around him He is the kind of man that gets along in the world His very manner invites friends and he has the way of keeping in touch with them never forgetting faces and holding a good head for names These qualifica tions being generally known it has been popular among McCrearys critics to say that he possesses a little can of the best oil to smooth his way Well any man who can thus oil the pathwith his own individual lubricant is a lucky one and deserves the best thats corn ing Senator McCreary is to take a strong part in the campaign and his speeches should have telling effect Mexican Yettnuu Are to be Your Guests Al a meeting held at the office of Senator James B McCreary on Monday last the following committees were named to look after the success of the Reunion of Mexican War Veterans to be held here September 24 just two weeks from tomorrow MUSIC Captain N B Burrus N B Turpln Hugh It Tevis Alfred Douglas Jr Wiikes Baxter TH Pickels These gentlemen are to procure music for the otxasion RECEPTION N B Deatherage J W Caperton J F Wagers J Tevis Cobb R W Miller David R Tevis G W Evans Sr Clifton Shifflet They are expected Jto solicit carriages to convey the old soldiers to and from their trains ENTERTAINMENT Hugh Colyer David Chenault W B Smith Roy White T J Smith W R Letcher lr W R Shackelford Elmer Dcatherage These are expected to secure homes for the visiting soldiers during their stay of one day and night DINNER R R Buniam George Corzelius Ohas F Higgins J W Zaring H B Cosby and 0 E Woods These are to arrange for a dinner to be given the visitors in some suitable place shortly after their arrival GENERAL ARRANGEMENT James B McCreary J Stone Walker C F Burnam J A Sullivan John C Chenault arid J Pike Den hamCommittees should meet of course at once and get to work but tine indi vidual members of the committees togetherbutduties On Saturday September 19 at 1000 a m reports should he made at the office of Senator McCrearv so that the fiual arrangements CUll be made accordlugwar where we never lost a battleawarm welcome worthy of ourselves worthy of our visitors Their ranks are thinning nnlil there are only abont 65 survivors in Kentucky Not over 60 are expected here CLIFTON SHIFFLET NELSON D BURRUS J P DENIIAM M xlciti Vr Viteram FiklfcSale As executors of the late ItobtAdams deceased we will offer for sale on Wednesday September 23 1003 at his late residence in Madison county near the mouth of Bed river the following escribed property to wit 15 head of good 2yearold steers yoke of oxen 2 yearling heifers 2 good ouch cows 1 weanling calf 1 good rood mare 9yearsold 1 good com blued mare 9yearsoid I weanling mule colt 3 brood sows 17 shoals about 10 acres of cum ox wagon 1 mowing machine and rake 1 mans saddle 1 cider mill plows plow gears and other implements household and kitchen furniture At the same time and place we will offer for sale the farm consisting 157 acres about 70 acres bottom land in high state ol cultivation balance well set in grass well watered and timbered good orchard good dwelling and all necessary out buildings Also there is adjoining this farm 125 acres 50 acres bottom land balance in grass three dwelling houses on same Cart be bought reasonably Sale to begin at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale H C SKINNER J R J R BUSH Auctioneer se92t Lambs for Sale I have for sale few southdown Buck l mbs the Cassias M Clay stockand onu short horn bull calf For par ticulars call on JAS DEJAKNETT aug 12 1m Richmond Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com pete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Cot Richmond Ky5 No No No No No No No No No No No Nol No No No No No No 25A No No No No No No NO twoatory frame residence contain 6 rooms and two halls in Rich Ky Lot 40xUO feet small Price 1000 SSttl less than cost twostory frame residence on one the nicest resident streets in Rich lias all necessary outbuild A great bargain for anyone de- Inng a nice home nice residences near Main street only three squares from conrt A more desirable location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a bar twostory frame residence on street Building in good re Price will buy a good town lot 40x200 good town lot on good street 40z feet Price 5100 grazing and grain producing containing 200 acres Good barn and other outbuild Price 4200 farm containing abont 130 acres residence barn and other im flue locality Price 2530 containing 100 acres well but with no other improve Can be bought in connection No 8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Pnce 1000 each cottage in firstclass condition etc Price 30- 0IIand ome twostory residence In best part of Richmond large lot and necessary out buildings A bar at 3001 Nice residence containing seven rooms in resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best improved farms In Madison conntycontaining 255 acres Good orchard and all necessary out buildings Church and school con venient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres of land five acres In grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor all necessary out buildings TIlts property is situated in R thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price of the nicest residences In lUchmond containing eight rooms cityLotA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800A residence for any one desir- Ing an ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well Improved 2200 Two lots 120x10 feet In good neighborhood Price 70- 0Cottage on a nice resident street onntuining four rooms and neces sary outbuildings Can be pur chased on the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will paint residence fot purchaser An Ideal cottage of five rooms beautiful yard and all necessary oulbulldlngsliiclndlng good stable and cistern Price 100 Will sell on Installment plan Wilt paint residence for purchaser A Ice residence on a 4acre lot con taming seven rooms and two porches situated in best residence of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build- Ings A great bargain for anyone desiring nice home BereaIhalf in corn and onehalf in grass If sold sevnntynve loads of corded wood twenty barrels of corn and twenty hogs will go with the prop ertyat price named On the land Is a box house and other out buildings and never falling water Price 2100 eightpall in grass and Is Al good farm and is well watered There is on this land a small residence and other necessary outbuildings Locality best in county dIC W L CRUTCHER G W EVANS j- aA l New FirmAND T A Magnificient Stock of Goods L J t Everything for the home beautiful L can be found in our store and our prices will SUI tteverybody 1 A We are at home at Joplins old standon K Main street and we guarantee the best if andmost polite attention t J calieec Main Street Richn10DdrIy o i ttWk For Ten Days OnlySTl U For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices A c quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c 0lOe Lawns at 9c ltf Lawns at 12c- ISctIM Lawns 15c P 75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c + Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats II inch flounce trimmed at with 4 inch ruffle andruching at top of separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 5 accordion plaited trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 c Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats jf High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with J2 narrow ruffles atJ99 each jt eCall in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase + some bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN hfl KEECor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY t JDont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown hy Perry fe Thomas Now good digestion waits on appetite and health on both If It doesnt try Burdock blood bitters 1m TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents ++4 ++ + ++ + ++Job Printing i Is like everything elseyou j4 want the best TilE CLIMAX + tt4 nIcest grades of statIonery tYou will be pleased with our 4 + work Try us + + 4 44 + + +++4+4+++44+ +No need to tear sudden attacks of cholera infantum dysentery youhaveberry in the medicine chest 1m Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Jerry Bronddus deceased are requested to file same properly verified on or before October 1 1003 or same will be barred All parties know ing themselves indebted to this estate are requested to call and settle at once E Ct L C BROADOUS oct 2 1m Administrators Diphtheria sore throat croup Instant relief permanent cure Dr Thorn as Eclectric oil At any dnie store 8 To Chicago andReturn Tine Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville tcfChfcago and return at 8 on SopterabeFqD rind 28 limited returning to October 2nd account of the Chicago Centennial September 26 to October 1st Trains leave Louis ville yla Mnnon Ronte from Union Station 10th and Broadway at 735 a m and820 p m comprising the highest grade of modern equipment in coaches dining cars parlor cars and pullman drawidg room sleepers Full information promptly furnished by ad dressing E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky a Ladies 25c Corset Covers for lOc 439c 29c 49c 39c t6 75eh 69c C75c Skirts for 99c bottom flounce and JOinch flounce ft That we are right in the pushwith our superb stock of I I JL I I f We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces also the best quality of Mat tings t Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction Corner Main and Second Money to Loan I can get you monev at 5 per cent in terest ou long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W B LETCHER JR apr 15 Omo Richmond Ky Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it ii Rood order for the coming season We do Rood 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 8 L MIDKIFF Prop Jersey Cow For Sale I have for sale a Lice Jersey cow fresh with calf and number one milker For particulars call on undersigned aUg 12 4t R E TUBLEY Audi outer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank tt Trust Company or by writing- T D CHENACLT Telephone 89 ring 4 mblStf Terrill sty of t 1IF I 1 OLD JOE Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family 10 rear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 55 Ijugs 250 5II bottles 3 2 II II jugs 210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBra3 er novlyr Anderson county Kv Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If you want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Ken Lucky Disc Wheat Drills With or without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of FertIlizers ajid then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf THE f s tA and continue with unabated intererest 4- Ji The Selling will be j Buying The great and business done by this 11 Removal Sale Inever bunched and the suffered still another great reduction for this monthsdetermined to carry nothing to our new store and will pUsh our purpose Come prepared to buy at stylish seasonable merchandise ti This splendid stock of all Cloths etc will be sold cJi as we want to move in a new stock So we are to this stock it This will stock poyone consists to buy of styles and the values are So ret that 6Nearly 5000 Submitted to the 69cf A Reminder Dry Goods Hamburgs While Wbsn RICHMOND KENTUCKY Trade GRE- ATREMOVAL ItSATURDAY Positively Sensational 1nThelfrUifcillhsZemarkable increasing SALEToBeS Nearly Goods 1 ClothingCarpets Millinery StockWorth COST VALUE bouttbeoorlybird determined Respectfully CashTrwIe WHISKY Depsrttaent to be sacrificed A cool propomoeey saving pYopOaitlonfhat eynr man womatshould E V Elder ii 0 jI t 1 j fXijJi iI J HT sr s cF Il 1IIIm 1Tx 0 t We Are Ready To Talk Business Our line of nowcomnlctcour prices before making your purchase in toisfauU Dont fail to see our Broadway Phaeton ft is the latest thing out in a vehicle Painting and Repairing Neatly Done Give satisfactionRICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE IB- SFRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR i Bo uet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPTO 1903 Next week will be fair week FOR RENT my residence on Main Street C S HOLTON eept9 he court house at Hazard was struck by lightning and one man John J Baker was instantly killed The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at the Glyndon Hotel Friday afternoon at three oclock The tn cent store is no more Every thing was closed out at auction last wk Dr Hobon desiring to quit that business Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Mudibon and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address Lincoln 011 Of2tWork is progressing rapidly on Mr W L Leeds mw home on Fourth street It will be rady for occupancy by the 1st of October Cars for the intf rurtMii line he tween Paris and Lexington have been received in the lati r rity They will be niinine in a short while Professor C H Reynolds formrrly principal nf the colored school of this city but lately of Lexington has been selected to fill the position of principal in the Maysvllle colored high school Miss Allia Tribble and pupils of Runyon Grove will give a bor supper It that place Saturday evening Sep tember 12th Proceeds to be used for district library Everybody invited Mrs Bertha Smith will open a school for small children at her resi dence on High street Monday Sept 14 Parents wishing to send their children are requested to annly at once as the member will be limited Bep93t Shackelford k Coare headquar ters for all kinds of sporting good sin gds and doi bin barrel guns from S6 00 to 100 and riflVs soy kinds you wish alfccalibers Cartridges we can give you any snake and any size load yon wish Game bags and loading tools tl- iMr W H Short has purchased from T C Adams bin house and lot on Fifth street now occupied by P F Adams Jr Possession will be given the first of the year nt which time Mr Annins will move into the home he recently bought on Fourth street In this issue ol the CLIMAX will br found the advertisement of Messrs W L Crutcher and G W Evans Jr BUcctMira to JII Joplin These gnu tleinait CRrrYRIIIsl superb lire tf furniture from the Miiallfj up tti the largest pieces They will be glad to get their share of patronage fiu at Winchester A fire broke tint ill Vinclntar Sun day ronsuming tin livtrv MiMe of J A Hughes the yrnvry of Thomas Barnes the blHcktuuiili shop d KI Kritne ana Tm ierchinez laundry The loss is over twenty th usind dol lars with less thlix thousand insur ance TIlt buildings destroyed were ownul by Judge H French this well known attorney for Curtis JHI the rwr t murder trial in Jnikt anal Ci nihinn e kC99fns Prop Let everybody attend the fair next week wt ThursdlyaIibe paid for return to this office tf Wit Somewhere on Main or Third streets a liiiiidpaiiiled shirtwaist button lie turn to this nflice mid ire reward Fire at Paris CapJEdwards was destroyed hv fire Friday night with a total loss of 11000 and au insurance of 2500 Ill With Typholl Fever John thtleldsl son of Mrs Elizabeth footer who Is Buffering from typhoid fever has been removed to the Pattie Clay Infirmary where he is doing at well as could he expected Friends of the family will anxiously wait for en cnuraginR news for him Card of Thanks It is our desire to earnestly thank our friends and all those who were so kind Mayt3odiuthey richly deserve G G COKZELIUS J C COKZEUUS Another Transfer Line Messis Joe Mitchell and Elmer Par rish have formed a partnership and will from now on run busses and transfer wagons to and from all trains Both of these gentlemen are well known and the best of service is promised to all patrons Kentucky Republican Cub The Kentucky Keimblican Club elected the following officers tonight H Giovannoli of Danville president John Speed Smith of Richmond vice president Milo ShankH of Richmond secretary H P Slaughter of Louis ville assistant secretary Washington Dispatch to Courier Journal Farm For Sale I desire to sell privately my farm located on Jacks Creek pike five miles from Richmond containing 220 acres of firstclass blue grass land On this property is a ten room brick resi dence with all necessary out buildings Including fine ice house For further information call at this office or the undersigned M A BlGOEUSTAFF sep 1m Hockaday Ky Conference Appointments The Kentucky Conference which was in session all of last week at Cyn thiana made the following Appointments which are of local interest Rev H G Turner who has been the pastor of the M E Church in this citv was transferred to Mt Sterling The pulpit here will be filled by Rev George Crates ot Millersbursr Rev R O Beck will remain at College Hill which charge he has filled most acceptably County Court The largest crowd seen in Richmond for many months attended court Mon day The merchants report a good day and the stock yards did a fair IUIRHIPB Norris Bros reported about 700 sheep which brought from 2J to 3 cents and about 200 cattle bringing from 2 to 4 cents The Madison Stork Yard reported about 1400sheep which brought 21 to 3i cents and 250 cattle at 3 to 3J cents The mule mar ket was unusually grad the prices ranging from 50 to 150 Horses brought from SiO to 160 Robt Nautili Coming Mr D C Wiggins Bro have ar rtnged fr the celebrated star Mr Robert B Mantell to appear for one performance at theirNew Opera House in the near future Mr Mantell is strong this season in the beautiful play The Lights of Other Days They hope that the public will appreciate their efforts to bring such a famous actor to Richmond bv attending in largrf number To those unacquainted writ Mr MantpJlB reputation in the theatrical world we will add that Mr MantPlI only plays the largest sties such as Louisville Chicago and Cincinnati where he is welcomed by treninndunns crowds and Wiggins Bros BOfiired Mr Mantoll only by guaranteeing him a four hundred dollar house r jE Oeafherage coT lS ds Seeds SEEDS t t y I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that till have aU kinds ofseeds to sellrt Ia no old hayseed w either but I have j HAYto sell by the bale or car Toad Ialso handle oats and corn and NOithem Seed Rye Those wanting things will do well to give me a calla Prices reason able Remember that I have things to selland not ttI to keep j atb J6 It E Get r J Deatherage L11 J i t t t j Gi nv N rAIL elJ c The new fall styles in both soft and stiff hats are here the- Y f very latest shapes from such wellknown makers as ROELDPS PIONEER STETSON AND OTHERS r lHi p9By reason of large buying direct from leading manufacturers L insteadof jobbers or middle mentwe are able to offer unusual hat f l tvaluest together witha very large stock from which to make your L choice Try us Prices are1t 125 J502t 250 350 4t 5 1COVINGT I NAN D BANKSOUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS totovPapa 0110at And he doesnt as a rule realize the wifes discomforts tied troubles while in the kitchen Patient mamma does the worrying You Ought to Buy a Gas Range and stop all that muss waste expense worry and discomfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins only when you light the match to begin cooking stops the minute you are through Richmond Water Light Co 1MrWalters property on the College Cam pus Saturday at public auction for the sun of 110 The house and lot ad joining was purchased by the Presby terian Church to be used an a parson age the price paid being 2800 A lot was sold to Mr J W Crooke for S125 Record Broken Mr Theo Dunn of Whites Station showed his premium saddle mare in twentythree rings at the Kentucky fairs this season and only met with one defeat Mr Dnnn has won in the neighborhood of 1500 In premiums on this mare with a record of two defeats against her Will Meet Tomorrow Tomorrow the Madison county Med ical Society will hold Its regular meeting and will have as guests the medi col societies of Garrard and Lincoln counties also the Medical Protection League The meeting will be held in the lodge room of the Grand Opera House and a most interesting program here ben arranged for both morning and afternoon sessions All physicians ure earncetl invited to be present Mr HcLellans Meetinf Sunday morning Dr M G Buckner began a protracted meeting at the Christian Church in which a great deal of interest has been manifested Rev Hugh McLellan pastor of the Christian Church at Richmond preaches each day and at 730 each night He will be remembered with with much pleasure for the magnifi cent baccalaureate sermon he deliver ed to the graduates of Beaumont College last spring The chnrcnItae been packed at every service and each ser moo hiss only added to the favorable iinpressiois Dr McLellan made then Harrodsburcr Herald Judje Redwine Withdraws The following special telegram was sent out from Lexington Sunday to the daily papers Judge D B Redwine of Jackson spent last night and today with his brother Dr J S Redwine superin tendent of the Eastern Kentucky luna tic asylum leaving for Jackson tonight While here he met a number of the f leading Democrats of his judicial district including Executive Committee man D W Gardner ot Salyersville and told them that he had determined to withdraw from the race for the nomination for Circuit Judge Mr Gardner gave out the statement here tonight It was agreed among the leaders that Judge Riddle of Irvine should be declared the nominee at the meeting of the committee next Satur day and that Thomas Cope of Jack son should be nominated for COKIBBOB wealths Attorney the positioB aowrac cmgried byA Floyd Byrn Former Richmond Rut Figures In a Fight ia Tennessee A fight occurred recently at the camp of the MasonHoga company at Ba kers Hill Tennessee in which Henry Wheeler souin law of Mr James Reeves of this city figured promi nently but escaped uninjured Mr Ware superintendent for the company was probably fatally wounded bya negro workman who became enraged at being ordered to work Mr Ware would have been killed had his assail ant not been driven to the woods by fire from Mr Wheelers gun Dog Latin Somebody was relating the other day about a farmer whose son was a Latin student When the boy come home for his summer vacation he was too lazy to work on the farm One day the old man showed him a pitch fork a pile of hay and a cart What do you call them In Latin he asked Forklbus hayibus et cartibns was the reply Well now said the farm erif you dont take that forkihns and pitch that hayibus into that carti bus Ill break your lazy backibus The boy went to workibus at ouceibus as one would easily gnessibus kNew Quitters Last week the large stock of dry goods shoes millinery and notions belonging to Mr E V Elder was moved to his new quarters in Joes old stand The room has been remodered and freshened up until it is one of the most desirable store rooms in the city Mr Elder has by his polite and cow teous treatment and his honest up right dealings with all of his custo mere built up magnificent business and we are sure he will meet with gratifying results and that success willcrown his efforts Our best wishes are extended to Mr Elder aud we are proud to number him among Rich monds hustling business men for County AtteneT In this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Mr W R Shackelford who aspires to the office of County Attorney Mr SShazkolford is too well known to used an introduction lie is a tried and true DemO- crat and has always served his party with the utmost faithfulness At pres ent Mr Sbackelford is acommitteemaii in his ward and has rendered valued service in counseling his party and on the stump both in the county and State and at present is the actlag chairman of the Democratic County Committee in the absencH of the rega lar chairman Hair John B Clienault He is a lawyer of much ability and will make a good man for the place He asks the consideratioa of all Demo crate Red KMB Ftwr n zt weekS Postponed The disccussion of the wills of the late Cassius M Clay has been postponed on account of so mcch business that Is before the Madison county court Circuit court is in session also the meeting of the Democratic con vention and these with other interfer ences caused the postponement of the Clay wills for about three weeks Orcuit Court Circuit court convened Monday Judge J M Benton presiding There are 97 criminal cases 163 old equity 49 equity appearances and 15 ordinary appearances and 25 cases of pauper idiot to come before the court to be ad judged the necessary support QJtAND JURY G W Park forman B M Stagner Wm Hayden Jr Malcolm Lamb Shelby Jett Jason Stagner Wm Ben nett B W Turner L A Ballard Thos J McKinney W L Blanton J W Walker At The Opera Houses On Monday night the theatrical sea son opened here anti both opera houses held full sway A splendid stock com pany The EdsallWinthrope Company is holding the boards at the Grand On Mohdry night they presented a very exciting comedydrama entitled The Power of Man It was well received by the large audience The specialties consisting of songs dances and jokes were good Last night the play was the Money King and tonight they will produce Brother Against Broth er The troop is meeting with much success as far as good houses are con cernedAt Wiggins Bros opera house a good audience witnessed the thrilling play Reaping the Harvest This was presented hern two years ago and is well liked by the theatre going public Tonight the famous Barlow Minstrels will be seen An Original Play On Sharkespears Plays A Richmond gentleman having a Boston correspondent received from the latter Friday the following orig inalcomposition embodying many of the most famous plays of the Bard of Avon We were permitted to gaze upon the photo of the author of this little melange and judge therefrom that she is entirely worthy ot the prince of good fellows here whom she has honored with her friendship The Merry Wives of Windsor gave measure for measure until the merchant of Venice came with Othello and made much ado about nothing It was the twelfth night and the Tempest raged as you like It when Loves Labour Lost They all told the winters tale and Ham let said it was The Taming of the Shrew but Romeo and Juliet told it to Julius Caesar and he said it watjthe doings of Kin RieJlard Third Old King Lear told Macbeth that Alls well that ends well and they all awoke to find the next morning it was a midsummer nights dream Nut Week the Fair Next week will usher In the Red Mens Fair Everything promises to be firstclass The carnival attractions are the strongest on the road These include Lotto the high divers who dives ninety feet from a tower also the sensational wire act The following shows will be here Tho Laughing Gallery Crystal Maze Fire Dancers Ghost Show Japanese Show Trip to the Moon Palace of Illusions Ferris Wheel Flying Jinny and othere too numerous to mention These will have to be seen to be appreciated The first day will open at 1030 when there will bo a monster street parade of all the secret orders in the city Premiums lor the following will be offered Worst turaout sack race cakewalk wheel barrow race band sourest man and ugliest man The fourth day will be lied Mens Day when there will be a parade of all Ken tucky Indians The fifth will be Governors Day and this sixth day will be the biggest day of all atnontt the djr will be fko catching of a gray pic itilb BIRTHS MARCUM On last Thursday Mrs Abriela Marcum widow of the late J B Marcum gave birth to a fine son It is a little over three months now since Mrs Marcum was made a widow and her babe an orphan by the as sassins bullet at Jackson K- yPERSONAL Miss Florrie Chenault has returned from Lexington Mr Simeon Hamilton of Estill county was here Monday lIrA D Flora of Cincinnati visited relatives here last week Mrs George D White is entertain ing Mrs Engleman of Middleshoro Capt J J Greenleat has returned to Jackson where he will rejoin his troop Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg mid lit tle daughter were at Estill Springs last weekMr Amos Willis has been visiting his nephew Mr T C Willis in Stan ford Mrs B H Luxon has gone to Chilli cothe Ohio to visit her mother Mrs SmithMr J Talbott Jackson is at home from a visit to his brother in Camp bellsvilleMrs Fife Is at home from a two months sojourn at Crab Orchard SpringsDr Landman the Oculist will be at The Glyndon Hotel Wednesday September 9 inst Miss Kate Schmidt is in Cincinnati where she went to purchase her fall stock of millinery- Mr and Mrs W K Oldham have returned to Arkansas after a visit to Mr and Mrs Doty Miss Edna Schleg has returned from a visit to Mr anti Mrs Emil 111 hardt in Nicholasvilie Mrs G G Prewitt and son Ken spent several days last week with Mrs W D Oldham in Lexington Messrs John and Wither spoon returned Saturday from a sum mers sojourn in Florida Miss Flora Culton is at home from Winchester arid la rap idly recovering from her recent severe illness Mr J M Frasa of Garrard county epent several days last week with his sons Herman and Cbas Frau Messrs Gilbert and Letcher Grin stead went to Cynthiana Sunday and enjoyed a day at the Conference Professor and Mrs C Rucker Adams niter a short visit to relatives here have roue to Chicago for a visit Mrs Ida Powell and daughter Eliza beth have gone to Kansas City where they will visit relatives lor several mouthsMrJ W Harris Fr of Winchester was a guest last week of his parents Professor and Mrs J B Harris on Fifth street Miss Julia Higgins has accepted the position ef Stenographer aud book keeper for the J W Zariug Grain ds Mill Company- Mr John W Rock who is residing in Cleveland Ohio is expected to spend one night this week with hIs father Captain S F Hock Friends here wilt regret to know that Mrs Margaret Whit of Uauvllle is In rt hospital in Louisville where she will remain tor several weeks Mrs R E McBpberts and Mise Cathrine Elgin of Lancaster will arrive today for a visit to Jr and Mrs C H Vaught OB West MaJa Street Mrs Elizabeth Miller entertained informally at dinner last Saturday in honor ot Mrs Lieutt Wanton who ill the guest of Miss Sal lie Burnaui- MisaEanaLaBdi f Lexington en route home from Eutifl Spring stoppet off here and spent ast Friday nigh With Mrs Minute Dykes Ambler Mise GMBie Bwfa j Wretarn M boa from an taiUt te WlMlwrt jjfce wrr a U lbyMr a j I i Grant Roberson who will make a short visitMrs W E Luxon Jr and daugh ter Henrietta are in Indiana with Mr Luxon who has some good horses which he is exhibiting at the various fairsMr Lucien Patton has returned from Rockbridge Alum Springs Va where he has been all summer Mrs Patton and little daughter will not be home before the 15 Mrs Neale Bennett and children who have been in Seattle Washington for several months visiting are ex pected home between the loth of this monthand 1st of November- Mr Arlie Wells has returned from Chicago where he went to be treated for the dog bite he recently received He is thought to be out of danger now which is gratifying news to his friends Miss Bessie Turlej gave a series of Flinch parties last week for her guest Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville The Turley home is noted for its hospitality and these entertainments come up to standardMrs Hunt of Shelbyville form erly Miss Lucy Crowe is visiting her mother on Oak street This is Mrs Hunts first visit to Richmond since her marriage and she received a most hearty welcome from her host of Hattie Burrus is visiting her grandparents Capt and Mrs N D Burrus at Richmond Luther Hol man and wife of Middletown Ohio who visited the formers parents last week returned home SaturdayVal ley View ArJentIMr R here on a visit to his father Dr T J Taylor and his many friends are giving him a glad welcome back to his old home No more popular boy ever left Richmond than Robert and it is with keen pleasure that we note his success in the Queen City The many friends of that popular gentleman Mr Z T Rice will regret to know that he is in a Lexington hos pital where he is under going treatment for stomach trouble We hope that he will soon be able to return home andJ that he will recover rapidly A Missouri editor received the following note the other day whichex plains itself Dere Professor Editor I would like fer you to putt in yer paper a notice fer a husband fer me I am 33 years old have clothes and there will be no dentist bills fer my teeth air all ok I kin kook stake wash dishes an grace the parlor fine Also play on the acordeen an have had two husbands They air ded but there graves air green and tended to all on account of me Any lovin man of wait over 120 please answer No hollowing handsomely engraved card has been received by friends here Frank Derby Clark and Stella Ward Wilmut married Thursday September the third nineteen hundred and three Frankfort Ky Miss Wilmot is well remembered here having spent several years with her aunt Mrs Charles Magee and attended Caldwell High school graduating with high honors from that institution The CLIMAX Joins in with others in extending the heartiest of congratulaions and in wishing Mr and Mrs Clark unallayed happinessOne most delightful affairs of the season was the party on last Tues day night which Mrs Joe Bales gave to the members of the younger set The Bales home on West Main is splendidly adapted for entertaining and Mrs Bales is an ideal hostess She was assisted in receiving the young people by Mrs Hugh McElwaine of New York The floors were canvassed anti dancing was indulged in until a late hour music being furnished by a local string band Delightful refresh ments were served and all left voting their hostess hearty thanks for a roost pleasant and enjoyable evening Mrs Nancy Elizabeth Glover has returned to her home in Kansas City Mo after spending about three weeks with relatives in this and Montgomery county Mrs Glover is a sister of Messrs N B G S and Achilles firgg and Mrs Sallie Cofhelisou of this county She was born and reared in this county married P G Glover of Montgomery county and removed from here to Kansas City about twenty years ago Mrs Glover was very popu lar as a young lady and the many friends she made when a girl have gathered around her during her visit here in a manner that must have been very gratifying to her She has lost but little of her bright sunny and cheerful disposition and her many friends hope she may find it convenient to visit the county again in the near future 7r7Iffi 71 71 1 71 ffi71F7F7I 7 suits made to measure ift Before You Buy Dont fail to see our line of 71 Suits Made to Measure7F OUR COLLECTION OF l Suitings ffi K5TrfJUSering 5r1 and Overcoatings the forthcoming Fall and Winter are now complete kandit is to your interest to pay us a visit at your earliest conveniencetat at tI Wrepresent B STERN SONof New York andothers F F IEveryPleaserf RICE AND ARNOLD t f Main Street Richmond Ky If re 4 J1Jr sI 0 r if 4i i irI- I f Ifr f PoFESSSONALOARDs JLTTOXNEYS L ti MILLERS ATTO HHTATLAW RICUVOND Emrocxr Office h the Burnam Building next door to anntrB National Bank lebJly S tVJA ATTOBNEYATLAW I RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op r aosite Court House on Main Street J U D M OI1ENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LETCHER AtlorneyatLaw RICHMOND KKMTOCK- Office over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law omce over Perry Thomas drug stor- ePTSIOLA1S DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Othce in tht Dr Hobson building MInStreet B GJI1SPERMD Medicine and Surgery Oihce Stoufler Building Main Street lelphone at residence the Carr place Broadway ICIIMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MD- L PHYSICIAN AND SDKOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance DO Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy SCRGERYI ot DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE Er Bulldlug41chmSodnovITly V M Blanton DENTIST aOfficeiu Bennett Building Ianly TELEPHONE DR LANDMAN Hotel Glymlon Wednesday September 9 1003 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tATET1ON n WP have moved onr produce business from the East End of Maui street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends anti patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidesrFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street Sjanlv RICHMOND KY OneMinuteCoughCureFor Louinille itlulic nilrot DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or gandFor Irvine llMLm For lllllcri Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LoniiTllle Lexington aud I llMam Cincinnati Sillr m 835pjaFromMillcri O U BROWNING len Mgr KyBRichmond Ky Stops the OouffJi and Works o2 the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tracts cure a cold in one day No cnrouo pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jtJ HMilllI11PAGEt Jt14= tj pleased to state IWearein sale Madison at the thatI Arbuckle Simmons Bearer Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters I V Whitlock John Stapp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewilt LA Weamn r C McWharter Blckner Early JTCOT Rchmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruth ton Edenton Cottonbnrg Paint Lick KfrkiTllle Next to the Proper Test Mimes the proper glasses Vn can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a very 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 Armeri old stand SOJlly L1N Tim TaDl Ar No Cincinnati and Livings LT 1Cf1 p m ton Ei esB south bound 1J48 p No 6 Cinnatl and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm- lo 4 Cinnati and Livings IMS am ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnatl and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya yule Accm north bound 620 am No Stanford and Mays 720 p m yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 s m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Che- nnultSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Highclass Private School at Kirksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by competent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiries toG P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B StreetsaprSO lyrPhone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid Topurchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life iFor he took Elliston Patent Flour home is wife J MADE BY LElliston Mill Company Phone 1663 WACO KY t Wool Carding in Season t tIJLT Kentucky Fair Dates Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Richmond Sept 14 6 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro September 21 6 days We have nevershown a larger stock of CarryaJls Surries Buggies antI runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed nnd guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop An Open Door to Ruin We would be very glad to impress our brothers of the country preen with very great dangers that lie in wait for the multitude of young girls that are flocking to our cities especially St Louis and notably at this time The country press is a tremenduous power for good and if they would keep this matter before their readers constantly warning all as to the open door to ruin many might be saved who elso were lost The gateway to St Louis our great Union Depot is beset by a thousand snares for unwary feet Any young girl who come through the gates into the midway is at once spotted and if it be possible the snare will be so spread in her path that she can not escape No girl should come here unless absolutely certain as to her course The many tempting adver tisements are often mere baits for ig norance anti innocence And if she comes to the city ready to enter the first carriage whose driver proposes to take her to a good boarding house or to accept the firgt situation offered where no experience is required she may as well bid adieu to innocence and hope when she leaves home And as a matter of course the young man is almost equally exposed so fat as moral or even physical safety is concerned If the country papers will keep these things before their readers they will serve God and humanity St Louis Christian Advocate Terrible plagues those itching pest ering diseases of skin Put an end to misery Doans ointment cures At any drug store Irn Get in the Henderson Route Hab- itKentuckians Official Route to the Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louis Owensboro and Evans villa to all points in the West and SouthwestIf any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseekers or Colonists Excursions wo have them Ask Us For Rates From Anywhere To Everywhere and Ask Us First E M Womack Geo L Garrett City Pass Agt Trav Pass Agt L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky Opportunitiesfor Home Builder Miner Investor o Importer Merchant A WELCOME SURPRISE M F Enright of this city found that madeGo The story told below by one of the business men of Richmond will prove very interesting to many Richmond not alone because it bears the hallmarks of truth but also because many readerswill find that the case stated IS exactly similar to their own except that they have been unable to find the rellel described by the narrator But let him tell it M F Enright the well known wholesale liquor dealer of Halleii Avenue says Sharp aches and pains through the 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 Bonns Kidney Pills and act- Ing upon his advice I got a box at B L Middeltons drugstore They light ed all the irregularities and weaknesses of the kidneys and I am therefore wore tban glad to recommend Doans Kid ney Pills to others For sale by all dealers Price 5Octs Foeter Milburn Co Buffalo N Ysole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no substitute 1m The Master Passion When Paul said that the love of money was the root of all evil he fashioned a key which unlocks most of the situations presented today says an exchange It is that love which sells votes and law which falsifies action which should be pure which pur chases or sells favors in charters or decisions which softens sermons to the suscepti bilities of sins Common or preferred which debauches legislatures judges and ju ries which sacrifices armies by treachery and destroys soldiers with bad provender and adulterated drugs which sends sailors to sea in rotten timbers which defrauds bank by forgeries which ruins credit with lies which cheats insurance companies with produced fires and which makes the organization of la bor the prey of their own ve nal officials Those who love work study culture charity justness fair play honesty thrift selfrespect education and doing good to others more than they love money Those who regard wealth as a religion have no reason to be envious of those in whom the love of money is the master passion Former Sheriff Henry Broughton of Bell county the witness who ran away from Georgetown wasbrought back by detectives and will testify in the Caleb Powers case I Well Named Paint Thepractical painter says the man who storms at the weather because the i paint on his house wont y weather the storms could live a life of sun shine by using Pattons i SUNPROOF PaintPattons SunProof Paint gives double the service of allwhit lead or any ordinary paint It is made of the most perfect com bination of paint materials to stand the severest trial the sun and weather can give it Guaranteed to keep its gloss and wear well for five years- Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs FOR SALE BY George M Willging Paints Wall Paper Glass He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington LumbermanFruit CannerymanFarmer Manufacturer Do Ton know that Washington is the most richly endowed State In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and wa Note what Va hl ngton has Her fIsh InduBtry lesdi and furnishes tbe greater share of the salmon used the world over An Opportun ity for the Caiiiitryraan Her lumber industry Is hown by the largext saw mills in the world backed by u practically Inexhausti ble product Lumber a necescity and Is fist becoming ezhau ted in the eastern state Tho Last Chance for the Lumberman Washington will become the greatest fruit producing State While this Industry ta new yet the fruit of Wash ington la celebrated Carloads of Washington applet me sold annually in New York City and find a ready market in many Eastern Stat ik An Opening tar the Fruit Grower The peculiarly favored climate ot Washington uiid Its wide range due to differences altitude and rainfall adapt the Htate to almost every clam of crops raised outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat barley Hnd oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United States A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder Tho mountains of Washington are filled with min erals gold silver copper lead iron and coal are await- Ing the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle la the natural gateway to the Orient and Alaska The shipping of Puget Sounds compares favorably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Golden Fu ture for Ue Merchant Manufacturer Importer and Csptallst For those who may wish to investigate or take ad vantage of an opportunity to participate In the great de vetopemeut that will mark the next decade In this atate a special firstclaea round trip rate of 850OO from Chicago and 4500 from St Paul anH Minneapolis baa boju authorized Datesof sale August lit to 14th inclu she Final return limit October 15 Liberal stopovers an3 diverse routes will be granted and those desiring to return through California cau do so by paying 1100 additional GREAT NORTHERN RY mapForF L WHITNEY G P T A St Paul Mina 7 Blackheads It is said that a lotion composed of two ounces each of rosewater alcohol and glyc erin with one teaspoonful of borax is a certain cure for blackheads After bathing the face night and morning rub in with the hand A Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to Ret Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave Instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now soundly every night Like- marvelous cures of consumption pneu monla bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless inorit for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 60c and Trial bottles free at all drug fitoree 1m Seven persons are now dead and several others are dying at Winfield Kanas as a re suIt of the maniacal deed of a man who fired into a crowd at a band concert 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 1m Six hundred sisters oft Providence from all parts of the world are in annual re treat at St Marysof the Woods Ind the tome of their order Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by name of J J Heavens Versailles O For years he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doc tore nor medicines gave him relief At puthimhe testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of stomach and bowel Only flOe Guaranteed by all druggist 1m After arranging herself in evening dress the daughter of a wealthy manufacter at New Haven Conn swallow ed carbolic acid and died Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin and Blood Di seases Also Cured Mrs M L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanic Blood Balm which eQectualty cured an eating cancer cf the nose and perfectlyManyas hopeless Hundreds of cases of can cer eating sores suppurating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among other Mrs K M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala tier nose and lip were raw as beef with offensive dis charge from the eating sure Doctors advisedcutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Guer ney is aa well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures crzoma itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ul cers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Im proves tho 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 and special medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m Curtis Jett is again in the Lexington jail White his partner in the assassination of J B Marcum was taken to Covington Notice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and is in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on thisland is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir hug propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a Rood dwelling and one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jun 36mo Grooms Texas Bready a well known lecturer of Aus tin Texas was drowned in the Mississippi river at St Louis Distress After Eating Cured GreensburgLa Itreatlyfromdistress would invariably resut 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 JiKCBtion perfect Sold by E U Wines 1m A jury at Cannel ton Ind acquitted Mrs Martha E Dixon of the charge of poisoning her husband Lost About two weeks ago two setter dogs mate and feuale They are white and black spotted and are about the same size They wore last seen on the Four Mile road one mile from city limits Reward will be paid for Information lending to their recoveryA D Miller A large estate ha been left Congressman Gibson of Ten nesseee by a woman who be friended him in boyhood William Bruce a Cincinnati traveling man died at the Middlesboro Hotel of intesti nal obstruction Judge Asher Caruthof Louisville met quite a pain ful accident at Keikwha Wia but ia improving rapidly FarijiFor Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two go bd pikes I miles from rail road station and postoffice Excellent improvements all in grass well wa tered Contain 255 acres could be divided Terms extra easy 11EBEvANS apr 1 If f Bed 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 nil irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If notsold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 Su Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used qno bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JOIINA RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass iL KingsNew IIF JfSTTaflPTIO ounilit and OLDS r ISIcA Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if IUalts Trial Bottle free The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best workand lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S 1 MIDKIFK Prop Gen Black of Illinois was elected CommanderinChief of the Grand Army of the Republic Now Is tIme timefto look over your vehicle and have tfiem put jn order for the coming eeasoiiiWe make a specalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the best workmen Call an l see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if j fluired We also have on hand a ronlte line of upto date station vsitobsbuggieB runabouts etc RiclnnonACarriage Works tf S PropW RIPANS Tabulcs Doctors find A good prescription y For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them 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 settle D R ALLMAN CIIAS GUMBERT Augnst 15 1903 oct2 4t Farm for Sale A valuable and well watered farm known as the N G Todd place 6 miles east of Richmond Ky 2 miles from railroad station and postoffice with fine church and school facilities Farm contains improvedAddress to Mrs Nannie J Green lOautf BLDFFTON GA itSALES JBOOO A DAY WatchesThis I Dollar Watch which sells at the lowest price carries thestrong est guarantee and has a larger sale than other watches Perfect in accuracy size style otherIngenolla at Jijo fi7and 100 SoUl where Orpwtdufork- Robt Fre H Ingersoll 6 Bra Dept3 51 MAIDEN NEW YORK MALTI 11IC HAL TOPIC Awn RECOttrraUCTTVE TlMres Lite as Steeagth SalvII Bftf A IChlllicVt1eft lllae ea4k1- ftuM oL PRIME Wand PURE OLD MALT qmMEATHaltpreparationIt and mode oj raaaoictnre I tan ItexcllesratlonDIiaUdllSXattuoleohrithciehilizr 1D KASTENBINE M D Loalsrtlle College ot Phecucy AT I IlliKT f LNle K- For Sale byB L M- idde1tIA yours 4 ARBUGKLE SIMMONS +CALL AT+s + JONES JIERSHOFU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Qennlae Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap SSSSSSSSWSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Phone 3 Second St Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynice of every one hundred people who have heart trouble indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into tho stomach which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachlroublawith It I took Kodol Dycpcpila Cure fur about tour months and It aired me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottlsjcnlr 3100 Size holding 2K Braes the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by La DWITT A 00 CHICAGO For sale byPerry Thomas One Eye At a O Time Thats the way we examine Usually tbe eyes differ in sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both sufler We nse modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles e a cat 18 51cmQ hog Within a year diamords worth 827200000 have come through the New York Custom House THE New Y rtClipper PaperInAll persons Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD Cannot afford to be without It PUBLISHED WEEKLY 4 PErt YEAR SINCLE COPY 10 CENTS For Sale by partsofSAMPLE COPY FREE Address NEW YORK CLIPPER New York ci- tyBLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not boweland liver irregularities Black t Stock and Poultry Medi remedyfordigestion in a perfect condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa iional dose of BlackDraughtStcck- and Poultry IB huy2Sceof this medicine from his dealer rigorou3healthally keep BlackDraught Stockand Poultry Medicine yours does sot send 25 cents for a wimple can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine CoPtasooga 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