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Th 7 T I e THB RICHMOND CLIMAXf kT H VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1903 NUMBER i7 r PHONE 80E E C WINES DRUG STORE U COR MAIN FIRSTj THEY GOtEvery thing in Spring and Summer Goods at theT f Hustling eash StorefJ MUST GO l WasHGoodsLaces Etc Etc1 Ladies Shoes and Slippers Mens Slippers and Low Cuts Colothing Hats and in fact every thing is offered at prices so low as to surprise and please all An op portunity to secure bargains atiyour own price t Dont Miss It We have been selected and appointed as sole Distributing Agents for the Royal Soap ompany of Cincinnati Ohio whose soaps have been the standard of excellence for nearly a quarter of a century it is a wonderfully fine dainty medicated soap soothing to the skin and beautifying to the complexion and is sold upon its merits exclusively More than five million families throughout the breadth and length of the land are today using ROYAL CUTICLE SOAPAnd will use no otherf r fThe 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 R val Cuticle Soap into every home we have the special privilege from the manufacturers to sell THREE FOR 10 Cents 40 cents per dozen or 480 per gross s f I LACKEY o HAMilTON Cor Main and First Streets New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Flo nils Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A larg line of Room Mould ins Readings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesa- ll colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from I t 12 eS Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad CHEAP RATES 14 18 LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans and return Jacksonville and return Vicksburg andreturn and intermediate points Houston Texas and return Beaumont Texas andreturn Lake Charles La and return v and intermediate points Proportionate rates from other points September 1 5and October 20 J903 Pnly line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas of Spcmi Low OIIH way Kunndtrip Itates in pfTct third in such to the aitd descriptive of iluSprings and circulars descriptive lands in the and through apply to railroad or address l W D P Ky rHI 1 Banking Paint Thepractical painter says you can on Pattons SunProof because it saves the cost at least one painting five The painter on it because it gives him a reputationPattons SUNPROOF and on first and Tuesday inonlh Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder matter of South tickets nearest agent HARLOW A- Louisville Iii on bank Paint every years banks Paint l In is made in exact proportions of the most durable materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is the best spjead iiig longest wearing paint an4 bas the most brilliant and lasting colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of 3 Faint Knowledge and Advice free to I PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs FOR SALE BY George M Willging PItS Wall Paper Grass Announcements FOIl OUNTY ATT RNKY We are authorized to nnnounce W Atloruyparty We are authorized to announce R II bubjectnSUACKKIFORIItorney of Miilism onnty subject to the actlooSthe I mocratic parry FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to annoue JNO W IttLLAKD candidate for Bhrrlff of Madison County to tlif action ic PartyoWe ate authorized V announce B B Million subJectFOR MAGISTRATE 11IIYKKStbeacIonFOR JAILEItCWeare authorized to announce PJ PER ofMadisonDemocratic partytWe are authorized to announce D O ofMadbonountycratic party We ire authorized to announce N U JONES subjectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER sobjetWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS subLWe are authorized to announce MOROAN Madisoncounty ere authorized to nnnounce PETER G Madisocoutityparty We are aut orized to announce ANDERSON fotJailer4 the Democratic arty IIKENNEDYuntysubjectWe are authorized to announce BUCK Madisonountyic Party i are authorized to announce R PARKE countsubject TERRILlcounly subject to the action of the Democraticparty FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Prra for Superintendent ofPublic Mebools of Stadion the action of the Democratic party J subject w tmr We lire authorized to announce JOHN ofPublicthe action of the Democratic Inrty FOR ASSESSOR flAKEorso object w the action of the Democratic jijart authorized to announce BUD DUNNa ounlynbjectnrnnV We art authorized to announced B FI lfailleoncounterotic party pelt COUNCILMAN LLJomoiid subject 10 the action of the Democraticparty DSBACIEIlOilD actionorTWItSONtbeDemocnlcparty WBAIESKnd Wart subject to the action of the Demo cnitlc party WILLIAMBYBEEKast End ward snbje t to the action of the Democratic party C3IAUPZNtheDemocratic DMILLERtbeDemocraticWe are Mutborized to announce WILLIAM Counclimfromof the Democratic party FOR CONSTABLE We arc authorized to annonnce c H SUDJedwWe are authorized toannounceJ L BAXTER n candidate for Constable subject to the aoIIou of the Democratic party What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under etrlct law that law even aUght y pain results Irregular living means derangement of the ort sns resHlting in constipation headache or liver trouble Or Klins New LiVe Pills quIcklyliMlj1t tbii Its gentle OIJy 25c at mil drug gfcMwi lw Ji toy1 BECKHAM frSoundsof the Democratic State Campaign Masterly Speech by Kentuckys Executive at Winchesterth September 5thnThe Following Is the Text of Governor Bcckharas Opening Speech at Win- Chester on Sa urdayp itoccasionItwIthciKentuckyofllcers next November 10ahatitoacquaintedthedemocraUcpublican party unwillingly must standoupon their respective records and icpolicyand we Intend to drag our reluctant ad 1ius If they will In the open light of day While they seem to have determin slyIngmaybewe are determined to compel them to responsibilityfor mWea full and fair Investigation of our rec Bupontho sincerity or our purpose and In the Tthoffraudifmisgivingsneed only do their fuR duty and the vic pstateupboldlngrepublican party tries to succeed by pwordWe strive to maintain peace and pros vlgorousIthat such conditions would not exist if they could get any spurious campaign material out of the states distress Ispeak not of the great mass ot the re publican people In Kentucky who I e TseecitizensInt t dhemtheir conventions write their platforms and ziominate their candidates hatshall say hereafter shall be directed at finishingtofamy some of them will In their des perate greed for office and power filledbCandidates for those offices were nomi nated lat In Louisville In a convention which was characterized by some corruptkndsaid that nothing could be done by the delegates a very large number of whom enjoyed lucrative positions In the federal service until there was some oracular utterances of the wishes of the national administration at Washington The pow r of the federal machine prevailed and their ticket was nominatedeThe democratic party for the first time In the history of the state In Its desire oholdMay and nominated Its ticket That primary although an experiment was most successful In all Us features No less thnn one hundred and fifteen thou sand democrats voted In It and it Is pcontestIt was a very busy season of the year more than twice as many democrats took m it than ever before took part hcirnoipinations for state offices by the conventlpn system Each successful can dldate won by such a large majority an the conduct of the primary was uelcthat there could b not the slightest crit icism as to the fairness and Impartiality of the election On the ticket with me were nominated eight honorable men atuckycapacity and deserving In every respect of the support of the good people of the commonwealth choosebftwetnwhich one shall administer state affairs for the next four years The Issues are clearly drawn the principles and policies of the two parties are thoroughly understood each of them has In tried and tested by the experience of the last eight years and there Is not an Intelligent voter In the state who does not under stand the difference between the two parties and what each one represents preeminentlyperity It promises and gives an honest nail capable administration of state af fairs It believes In the rigid enforcement of the law against all criminals re comllderatlons f a republican In Breathitt county Just as rouih as It Is against the assassination of a democrat In Franklin county Its neverInlorsedwho are pullty of murder and who are crimITtsubserirtionsfor help Is that they murdered the leader of the opposite party Without fear or itjusticeanctdevelopencourage Industry education and ad vancement to show the world that our state Is not a laggard in the commercial thatlifelIevpthat0 5 protect tho poor as well as the rich to guard AS Jealously the Interests of labor ItllervebetwMtllfaction thefiscnligence and perseverence of Its state off duethesuch collections In the payment of the ofKentuckyand tolerance not of strife and hatred and true to the eternal principles of Its breezdthewhose folds are Inscribed In letters which theMIIISIlppIitIs Kentucky but the good people of th thPennyrlle e placeourin the front rank of the commonwealths of the union Under that banner we shall march to certain victory and restore to Kentucky that era of good feeling and contentment which existed here before the republican vindictivenessbecameatate and when the nightmare of Its au A Boys Wild Ride forLife With family around expecting him to die and a eon riding for life 18 miles to get Dr lUngs New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds W U Brown of Leesvillo Ind endured deaths agnniesfrorn asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief ndlIoon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption put U monla bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat mid lung troubles Guaranteed hollies GOo and 1 Trial bottles free at oil rug stores 1m A New Yorlr woman and bef aunt from Chicago were robbed of diamonds valued at 13000 while taking a boat ride at Alexandria Bay N Y Terrible plagues those itching erinpr dieeases of the akin Put anpestI to misery Doans ointment cures any drug ntore 1m Mrs Jack Bowling forw rly of Mid dlflsboro cowwiLtitelteM JSnsley Ak JJrlllll il premacr did not disturb the dreazuour people repubIIclUlSlast July Is without doubt the most com plete combination of hypocrisy fraud and ItIstion of truth and a libel upon every su bject with which it purports to effronteryre years ago deliberately Indorsed W Taylor after he had been Indicted for murder and ignominiously fled from the state for his patriotic and resolute course The republican convention lastJuly cheered vociferously the name of tho same Taylor whose engagements In Indiana did not permit his attendance at a convention In Kentucky Had circum stances allowed him to be present the ovation accorded him would have exceed ed every other demonstration in that con They yearned to see him thatey might pay tribute to the man who as the archconspirator In the assassi of Wm Goebel and the cowardly Kentuckyjurysame convention which honored me speakerabyI glory In Its condemnation I rejoice thatose who applaud assassins have no happenedInposterityIt ofItsomcisaftalrscome by tht denunciation of those who In Goebels death and who love Mypollttonof the good people of Kentucky Is secure long as I can merit the condemnation thisMen as a poUt crltlclsothefind tire entitled to no credit or consider ation from honest people oppOlledvia or Kentucky We hope they are In what they say about Servla KentuckykingofIfhptheysnytoBelclimate for the use of their warfareTheImmunitytromf Indiana does It is quite certain that indangcrcould borrow a Marlin rifle from some offlceholdtrIn oftheaccomplished The roan who wrote thatlatform about assassination In Servla ight be considered a humorist if the subject was not so ghastly His cruel nature as he penned those lines was full of delight when he Indulged In auch mQck ery and saw in his minds eye the fbrmbof Kentuckys governor struck assassins bullet and writhing In agony yetthesehis Is the platform which says my ad has been badl In my fond est dreams of popular favor I never ex vindication11atterlngconventionI orthewhile he received the nomination totgovernor I was the chief object of their withthekneltbetoreof knighthood In recognition of his cour thandidpubtlerecordNow let us look at that libelous doc astheIrItfiresnt democratic administration and It would have the people believe that we are as bail If possible as the republican organization In this state It denounces It is pleased to term the odious ofKentuckyas a little piece of pleasantry to relieve occalliontorart of the platform about political ma overtheMrWiliron I n lulllppreciatea Io mahinesatanic to be enjoyed by these gentlemen thatthethe present democratic administration nd thereby bring prominently before the the work and actions of this ad ministration for I am convinced that the wehavet I credItable a certainly Indorsed at the polls I do not want to appear boastful or to assume any credit to which I am not entitled successfulof affairs given by the present demo cratic officials for over three and a halt rotherIrepublicanThe financial affairs of Kentucky are knownfnFebruaryliOOand 300000 or onehalt of that debt wan created In during the republican ad wehaveiithetohavebuythemtheretotepractlcallwhich Is enjoyed by only three other states In the union Onehalf of the debtIwould have been due In 1905 the rhalf In 1S07 It has been paid out of some administrationthe civil war claimsIThese bonds were all bought at the most advantageous rated for the statean a ebetteradmlnlstratlonInthehave ever paid except In onh Instance sameInr oftaxationth one hundred dollars but rn v iro vided In the law that at the end of three rbeeftectministration It happened consequently 1900thlllyears of our administration we had to 5icentadltrprenceliXtt of U63t732 and the second year wouldhavehad been running at the republican rateof S2H cents This falling on in the rev enues at that time made difficult for tiato meet the neceary expenses The ruinous and conduct of the repub thelegacYand a disordered condition of the statesfinances The general assembly of 1902 Increasdthe The Pleasure of Eating ge8tlondysplpliliuor isdigestsstomach sweet This remedy is a uev or falling cure for indigestion and dvs pepsia and nil complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach takeKocluleat tastes good and every bit of the nu friment that your food contains is as thebloodSarah and Gladys flagon daughters of a Kansas termer were burned to death near Fopeka Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses tiny other ealvea corpsburnssaltrheuwivareoieacbapped ban da eru infallible for piles aUIkUUNL dollars until the fiscal affairs should get In a normal condition again That la the thatbybusinesslike management of the democratic state officials It will be possible for ithe general assembly next winter to either materially reduce the present rate sc or thehoolsible without additional taxation to give a seven months public iichool term In nowThisand It is made possible by the financial management of the present democratic a talksboutministration But we shill pay our respects to him on that subject later on with all our debts and claiia PUll chore will be In the state treasury on the 1st of next January nearly Jl000000 The largest showing ever before made in the state There is not a state In the union whose fiscal affairs can make a better showing than ours Still Mr Belknap says you ought to have a change What will the people say I think I know the auneasyboutIn addition to this excellent financial showing It can also be proven that the present administration has done more to Improve and enlarge the public Institu tions of the state than any other admin- Istration ever did We have su nt much money In needed improvements In all the c tcollegeheple the deaf and dumb Institute and the two penitentiaries All of thes InstItu- tions are In a better condition now than ever before The two prisons Instead of being a great drain upon the revenues of the atate as they used to be under the old management are now under the busl neKSltke control of democratic officials selfsupporting and I am Informed by the commissioners that this year they will pay a small revenue to the state Instead of being a tax upon It as was the case before the present system was adopted itlonusthe difference between the republican and the democratic administrations During the years of and iRS In z lirad leys administration to run the two pris ons cost the state 32073701 During the years 1902 und under this admin istration they have cost the state only 127361 This makes a saving to the state In the three years tliiKi3ai These figures speak for themselves Several of the charitable institutions of the state have been so administered that they have been able out of their allowances under the law to save enough to buy considerable additional land for r Institutions and to make other valable im rovementsall out of their per capita allowance Much political capital has been sought to be made out of the management of some of those insttutlons but I can say and prove that never before were they more successful or capably managed than they have been dur trig the last three years There wits some trouble at the Uopklnsville asylum over two years ago 1 made a must careful Investigation of it and concluded that the superintendent was responsible for IL I promptly removed him and put another man in his place Since then there has been no trouble there Last spring a big sensation was attempted to be made out of some charges of cruelty to patients at the Lakeland asylum and an effort made hold me directly accountable for them ecause I had appointed the head officials of that institution An Investlg Ion was made by the board of commissioners and also by myself In person and by my representative I found that in two cases attendants had used unnecessary force in dealing with patients and when discovered the two attendants were promptly discharged The principal charges made against the and about whose testimony so much was said by the hostile press were made by two convict patients George Portwood and Mary Noble and to give some Idea of the character of this testimony I will tell who they art Portwood several years ago killed a man In Lexington and upon trial was sentenced to lw hanged GOY Bradley commuted his Hentence to life Imprisonment He made application to me for a full pardon It was etused He feigned insanity anti was tried on that question last winter The Jury was deceived and authorized his transfer to the asylum He was taken to Lakeland but the doctors there quickly discovered his purpose and that was to escape They took extra precautions wth him and prevented his doing so He was therefore offended at them for no letting him get away and at me because I did not pardon him He was trying o get even testimony He been transferred back to the prison where he properly belongs The other witness Noble was transferred from the Prison to the asylum She too hud to be closely watched She was not Insano Her prison term expired while she was at the asylum and she was releaseu Since then she has been arrested upon a charge of housebreaking and is now in the Louisville jail Such Is the testimony upon which the republicans rely about the terrible state of affairs at the AS- Ylum There are about 1300 patients in the Institution the population of a fifth class town It is Impossible that in such a large institution there should not bo an occasional mishap or wrong but there have been remarkably few there during this administration for the cup niuenu ent and his assistants are men of the kindest hearts and are as watchful and careful of the comfort of these unfortu nate beings as it Is possible to be If I had had the slightest reason to believe that any one of them had been guilty of the least cruelty or neglige wuuui have been promptly removed No one visits that Institution who is not im pressed with its splendid management and the excellent care taken of the In mates But the republicans are exceed- Ingly hard up for campaign material and are grasping at straws in their desperate efforts However if they are anxious to make an issue of the management of state institutions I will cheerfully accom modate them and compare this adminis tration with the republican administra tion with its troubles at in lUg asylum the Feeble Minded institute the nothlinghas established one additional public Institution and that is the Home for the Aged and Infirm Confederate Soldiers at Pewee Valley where the old veterans of the Confederacy who draw no pensions from the government can be well cared for and looked after In their old age We have also passed a law giving material assistance to the Childrens Home one of the most praiseworthy charities in the state where little orphans and wolfs are gathered and trained and pro vided with good homes Such charities as these appeal to the sentiments of all peopleI Republican platform under to criticise me for what it terms Againtheyme for it calls forth an examination of my record and a comparison with the predecessorsTheseexamined they are open to the public and I am very proud of the showing which they make I shall give the sRi tistics from the records of GOY Brown Gov Bradley and my own In doing so there is not the slightest desire or Intention upon my part to reflect upon or criticize the actions of these two distln gulshed governors for 1u e thatthey acted conscientiously in these mat ters and did what they thought was right But as this question ioa been brought up and an unlimited number of misrepresentations and falsehoods have been circulated about my pardon record and an effort made to create the impres ilon that I have used the power exces lively I must make comparIsons and let the people see how little truth there Is In what has been said and published The figures shown by the executive journals and the prison records reveal the fact clemencytarcessors and that with prison population considered my percentage of pardons will compare favorably with any other chief executive The mendacity of certain republican newspapers about these matters as well as others In the last few months has never been equaled The republican organ at Louisville edited and run by a gang of professional and disreputable blackmailers has tried to sea bow many falsehoods it could publish about these pardons and never makes a libelstheyby an affidavit from one of their own Continued on fourth page A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took De Witts Little Ear ly Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure Is These famous litl e pills deause the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects They do not gripe siclcen or weaken but give tone and streiigtb to the tie sues and organs involved W H Ho well of Houston Texas says KO bet EarlylUsorsetc Sold by EC Wines 1m Chicago laundry owners have an flounced a big raiee in prices oa collars cuffs and Hat work The federal grand jury nt Washing ton sdjoHraed without returnin eeyer al expected indictments sjiaiaet postal officials Manttml GM ibot kitie Lee Blliitl uriIlaLoata aam M ir Mid usha r Man a to is Tailored Clothes is a workmanship This piecfcure is to show latest in The new cut with ors clinging 1 his is natty young are wearing Them J5A give no better s have for men at prices Before your in let us it W D Co Outfitters to Richmond I 1 1 Un n Ir To Cure Cold One Day Bromo Quinine sold in 12 months D B Slmckelforcl Co sell both hand and power feed shredders and shockers with or with out blowers also hand and corn hellers the farmers pay great atten tion to this class of labor saving ad tf HALF RATES TO Baltimore Maryland VIA B SAID Sovereign September 18 19 20 Hood returning to September 28 with privilege of to October 3 1003 3Solid Vestibuled Coaches Dining Cars Drawing Sleepers and Cars STOPOVERS vVashinston D C DI er Park Alt Lake Park and Oakland Mil For rates lime of sleeping car etc call on your Agent or add tess o P G P A Cincinnati Ohio on at all a good of Brush from the new that are be Snjj operated a Ky and do not hesitate to say that will find this to be an ideal oal and will coal hills nearly onehalf At the perftctSatisfaction and grades Coal Lime Sand Cement are in the e 1S SS a share of your Guarantee and Prompt Service and Weight L4 fcDriichmoodi ICy Busy Cash Store PeopleRichmond WISE Is The buys Weather ClothingiuSeptem her He larger assortment select from and he gets longel wear for tile same price with added satisfaction of being apparelItsHow much wiser man confines his September to SchlossHand A SchlossMade expression of tailoring art The design the ma terials the honest the being chosen with specific view putdlintended the FulIAttieI Reliance Sockithe three button double breasted square effect should close collars and the latest peg top trouseis suit the best dressed fellows We Have at merchant tailor would charge you more you ortenWe other styles other other you buy FALL SUIT drop and talk over Oldham Particular PeopleI a in Take Laxative Tablets Seven boxes post This Signature cutters fodder power vices 6ACCOUNT Grand Lodge LOOFTickets and extension Trains Daily Room Observation AT trains Reservations nearest Ticket MCCARTY We keep hand times supply Creek Coal mines Brush Creek reduce your Jellico other Feed Etc We still and solicit patronage We Polite Good LefcherWitt Cool Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 Bee who Cool has the then the who selection Suit perfect the general effect the very favorite and MillIon Cures Grip 1 gr faTwoDaysf i no Ii ij I Big Hill Coat Go I C ORLANDO KY i f Shippers of Jfl J Alnlte Coal J e + + + ++++ ++ e ++++++ J It Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary 1 grate without any attention f J+ +++4 t MY NAME IS 1OnAnd Buys SKINSfl r further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago t im71 mm s R H HUMPHREYS ffi GROCERY f MAIN ST PRODUCE Taken in Exchange for f f Groceries F Everything sold a- tLOWESTPRKES aCALL AND SEE MEJ I R H HUMPHEYS i Tkphooc Si t i J i ft Ci iW = ii I I a =ETT = = t = = fT= = r t t ti7I l t IT P S sessseusSe ssiss u it s sss u s Ie e SS ss S e H t I He 0 la 1JJ AT COST lull s ee d 813- es s s E tin 0XFORDS 1 A 0 rI 1J S 3 4 J AND e II 1 r Summer Underwear 1 III S Jfissr e s A T COSTS To Make Room For Fall Stock = s s se- 4I s CRUTCHER TRIBBLE JU 0 EE Main Street Richmond t Ky e Is Is I S S s SS a S sesssssssssS a I n 1 he Richmond Climax C CHENAULT President D MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY SE1M 11 1908 tlKLIHHKIIICVUtY WKDNICHIIAt The Climax Printing Cc Inrornornted DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE nON J M BENTON Of Clark County FOR COMMON ABALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CUUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WIIILEC- ONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ot KentuckyThe General Assembly may by p neral laws only authorize CITIES Oil TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxation for municipal pur Jses on personal property tangible aid intangible based on Income licenses or franchises in lieu or an cJ valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the imposition of an ad valorem tax on BTh proporty of any steam railroad strpet railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph elfctrlc light or electric power com DaI17 SENATOR MCCBEABY ppoko to a large nil hence at Stanford on Monday and ycsturday ndilrosswl the Democrats of tIIIWrllt and Pulaskirounty The man who earned a national reputation as n model Congressman and Governor and whowill be as exemplary member of the prpatest deliberative body on earth the U died States Senate will have as Kitlit weight with the opinion of till voters of Kentucky an any other speaker or statesman within her bor diK and we are sure that the State Campaign Committee will make no mistake by assigning Snimtor McCreary t other points in the 111111 CJIBrower Cot LEXINGTON KY BusyAgain The House Cleaning Time The Brightening Up Time The Changing Reno vating Time is now here and we have gathered together the largest and most carefully selected line of new goods ever displayed on our iloo- rsCome See Us t CFiBraweriCo MAIN AND BROADWAY E NGTaNf y- Wfr 3 COL HELKXAP says Competitive omliuHis with other markets neces jtatetj the fradtilent misrepresentation by his hardware firm which billed a car iiuut of nuns to Texas labeled wacons Competitive conditions at Frankfort in 1900 canned the Republicans to label murderers peaceable citizens and hereby a crime was commit ted that will have to be utterly repudiated by he Republican party of Kentucky be fore it tan ever hope again to Rain respectability or power Mr Belknap the best tiling you can do for your party is to ad vise it to cease its delense if iitsMiHsins give them up to the law repudiate the whole business and then MR the confidence and support of the people of Kentucky Until this is done i Republican will stand an much show to bo Governor of Kentucky as a June tUg in hIwith a paper shirt on Cor DAN Moon is credited in his home paper the Harndsburg Demo crat in the following language with having manipulated the recent Judi cial convention in the Danville district with the well known result the defeat if Saufley and Owsley who had such a tremendous following all over the district that they were denied a primary by the machine managers who sympa thised with the oilier candidates That he acquired while a senator much practical knowledge of panic muntary law was evidenced by hi course and method of dealing with the recent Danville judiciary convention Col Moore may be proud of the part ne played in that affair but those thousands who were denied a voice at the polls while supporting the winners will not relish thediploinacy with which Col Moore is credited by his tooout spoken admirer in his home paper COL BELKNAP opened his campaign in Hart couRtLy Saturday with a speech that he undoubtedly wrote himself This much to his credit It is too weak t document to have emanated Irom any professional source besides showing it wjis prepared weeks before Beckham uad answered the querits he pro pounds The direct question was tiLls to Beckham Will you if reelected iardon Jett and White No he re plied But Mr Belknap asked Ueckbam Will you if elected pardon the murderers of Win Goebel What toes thin Republican office seeker say in response I will not prejudge these men Such evasion is unworthy seeker after public endorsement It iS the cry of Thief thief with the oods on the fellow uttering the cry WE do slot assume to speak for Col Belknap but we do speak for a great mass of the people of this State when we say that when Caleb Powers goes to the scaffold guilty or innocent sent there by solid partisan political jurien packed against him by partisan political prosecutors the man who signs his death warrant with that doubt still unsolved will write his name in infamy forever Louisville Herald Thus we infer that the great mass of Republicane of Kentucky hold endorse and defend the assasina1 lion of Goehel to the bitter end All rigId there will therefore never be another Republican Governor elected in Kentucky Wanted Buyer for best stand and country store in Kentucky tnUMMEB It McKInney Ky Will Return to Richmond Mr H D Campbell who bought out Mr T C Willis restaurant and fancy grocery took charge Tuesday morning and is continuing the tlirivinpjbusiness of his predecessor While welcoming Mr Campbell and family our people regret very much to lose Jin Willis Mrs Willis and little Nancy who have made many friends during their so journ here As soon as Mr Willis winds up lila busings here he will go back to Richmond and engage in bud iitss Stanfotd Journal STATE OF Oiuo CITY OF TOLEDO LucAs CoUlTYSSFRANK J CHENEY make oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State afore said arid that aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Balls Catarrh Cure FRANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D J i A W GLEASON- I SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free FI CHENEY Ca Toledo 0 Std by all Druggists 75c- Hftirs Ymil m m the best 4 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP Tm Madison National Bank AT RICHMOND IN TilE STATIC OF KENTUCKY AT TilE CLOSE OK HUSINESS September 9th 1tt- XIWSOUI1CES Loans and discounts 269937 72 Dvcnlnirts secured and unsecured 6780 Si U S Honda to secure circulation nile from National Hanks not re servo agents61e4 W Hilt from Ulnte Banks t Hunkers 49 OlIO from approved reserve agents 30 3t5 W liecks and other cash Items 23 Notes of other National Ranks 1012 Fmctlonul paper currency nickels andcents 25 96 Lawful Money Keserve In Hunk viz 11230110Uldellliitionurer per cent of circulation 5110 00 Total 5131518 41 LIADILITIKS- Uipltul stock paid In 3100000 00 surplus fund 41000 00 Undivided Prolits less expenses and tuxes paid w 6913 30 National Hank notesoiitstandlni tlSl4 Duo toother National Hanks 6i5 Due toStute Hanks and Hankers 91071 Individual dejioslta subject to check 181901 43 Total 5131118 KENTUCKY 88 CoUNT OF MADISON I KOI IT UUVN AM Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief HoiiT R DUKSAM Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of KeptemberT T J SMITH Notary Public Co niiECT Attest ET11II Directors Election Officers for Democratic City Primary Sept 17 1903 COURT HOUSE A T Douglas Sheriff J W Asbill Judge- B M Lackey Judge J W Vugers Clerk WEST END N B Deixtherage Sheriff lldgeJpseC K Shackelford ClerkU- NIVERSITY B C Potts Sheriff JudgeEdH L Perry Clerk EAST END M F Enright Sheriff Robt Baxter Judge JudgeW DEATHS PiioRT Pendleton Short abed six teen years died last Wednesday night at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he had been ill for several weeks with typhoid fever His remains were in terred iii this city on Thursday BURNAM News reached here last week of the death in Raton New Mexico of Mr John Field Burn m Deceased was the eldest brother of lbs Curtis F Burnain of this city and at the time of his death was 89 years old He sprang from a distin cnished Kentucky ancestry but left this county obont filty years ago first going to Boone county Missouri hut later emigrated to New Mexico where he resided until death claimed him The sympathy of the community is extended to his relatives here MATRIMONIALWHITEYOUNG of Clark county and Miss Emma Young of this county were united in marriage in the county clerks office at this place last week- TODDFREXCH A quiet home wedding was celebrated on last Wednesday morning at 5 oclock when Miss Kiltie French and Mr Arthur Todd were made one Time marriage is the culmi nation ol a long and happy courtship which has been watched with interest by the many friends of the young peo pIe The bride is the handsome dangh ter of Mr and Mrs W C FremJi who reside about two miles from town on the Otter creek pike She is a young lady modest and gentle and possessed with those traits of character that will make her a splendid help mate for the man ol her choice Mr Todd a son of Mr John Todd tho well known contractor and is engaged with Mr W S Oldham where he holds the responsible position of undertaker Mr and Mrs Todd left on the 6 20 I and N train for a wedding trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern point Upon their return the will board wilil Mrs Hagan on West Main ttrertv The OLIMAX joins in with numerous friends in extending hearty congratulations and in wishing the happy cotiplq nil the prosperity posslhl Terrible plagues those itching pest ering diseases of skin Put ita end to misery Doans ointment cunjs At any drug store 1m Mrs Jack Bowling formerly of Mid- l 3tisToykr DESIGNER From a New York Filth Avenue House Steered by MiSs Eobry Larje Stock Forehand Miss Embry ofthe firm of Embry Cof Ladies Hatters of Lexington Ky has returned from New York City with an elegant fall stock selected with care to meet the requirements of her customers She brings with her a trimmer for several years a successful designer on Fifth Ayenue and will begin preparation at once for the first opening the date of which will he announced later Miss Embrv says all Eastern mer chants expect the largest business known in years and she has purchased an ample stock in view of the increased demands It Lost On the street in this city Thursday a light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this office tf tcmoa Gab Ofpulzd A Dnmocratic club has been organ ized at Million this county Dr El mer Northcutt of Valley View was elected president and 1IrJ L Sewers was made secretary Reports says that the meeting was most enthusiastic and was largely attended Mate Meeting According to pjevions announcments the State meeting of the Christian church will be held in Paris during the week cf the 21st Interesting prcgrams have been arranged Among the special features will be an address by Prof William Fotrest a returned missioi ary from Calcutta India Professor J W McGarvBy of Lexington will conduct the Bible studies The Mis sionary Convention will he held on Wednesday morning andevening while Thursday will be devoted to Sunday school work On Friday a meeting will be held at the Old Cane Uidge church Time affair promises to be very enjoyable and profitable and quite a large number till attend Time Managers of the Grand have secured for the patrons of this popular play house one night only Saturday September 19 Americas Representa tive Minstrel organization The Who What When Minstrels This company has been received with the utmost en thusiasm by large houses in every city it has appeared in and the press en conium of the different cities visited have been of the highest order Time company hits been selected with the greatest care and every person con nected with the company is a finished artist The vocal contingent of the show is one of the many meritorious features while in the olio can he found such famous stars as Alsora Parker Walter Stock Bert Parker the Marvjj ous Gregory Mons Hober and Jasper Hayes an array of artists never be fore seen in any one organization and the amusement loving people of Rich mond surely have a rare treat in store for them Seats at Wines 75 50 25 KIRKSVILLE Time school opened last Monday under the principalahip of Professor G P Simmons A Rood attendance was en rolled and quite H number of new pu pile are expected next week Tho school bids lair to be a success Miss Blanche Newland of Crab Or chare has entered school here Mr W L Brown who travels for Curry Tunis Norwood of Lexington made his regular visit to our town this week He has been traveling for Iii teen years and is held in high esteem by alj of his merchant friends Mr John tiutsv one of our black smiths is on the sick list Mr George Garrison our star route mail carrier attended the Beckham barbecue at Winchester and reported agrand time Mr W G Rice of Mattoon Ill ia visiting time family of Mr W N lien dren Mr Rice is one of Illinois prosperous farmers and business itch A delightful entertainment was given in his honor on last Thursday night by Miss Ivy Hondren It was well atten ded and everybody seamed to have a most pleasant time Delightful refresh ments added much to the pleasure of allMiss Maud Bailey of Moberly was here yesterday Quite a nuinhei of our young people went to the Kentucky river yesterday on a fishing trip Miss Mary Miller of Cottonbnrg spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr I B Oldham and family An old fashioned spoiling match was held at the public school on Friday afternoon Master Richard Hendrix turned down the whole class Mr N W Fowler of Rowland is visiting his daughter Mrs Robert Hendren delayed Mrs M Wills Is at the point of death at the home of her daughter Mrs John Fowlor Her physicians give no hope to her sorrOwing children Mr Everett and wife of Stanford are at the bedside of their mother Mr J W Fowler and son Frank left Sunday for Indiana to visit friends and relatives They will return by way of Lexington whore Mr Frank will enter the Commercial college Hn is a de serving boy and we wish him much successOur is sadly needing the cheerful song and laugh of school boys and girls It would break the monotony of these dull days Almost all of our summer visitors have gone homo and since the removal of Professor Secrest and family to Waddy everything is as still as a grave The school opened Monday with Prof G W Simmons as principal Mr and Mrs R E Baker have gone to Shirley 111 for a visit of several weeks to friends and relatives We wish them a pleasant journey Elder Bruce attended the Associa tion of United Baptists which was held recently at Paint Lick He reported a delightful time The next rrieetinc will be at the Liberty church in Garrard county Every one was well pleased with the new rule of having no dinner on the ground Your correspondent recently concluded a visit to old school mates and friends at Perryville The time was passed most pleasantly We attended the South District Association ct United Baptists which convened at Dan ville We also visited the battle field Mrs Mary Highland is visiting at Perryville Manager George Shepherd is bust ling now He Is erecting two now cot ages which will be completed in a few weeks He also did considerable work on his dwelling which is deed by Professor Simmons as a boarding hall for theBtudi uts of tliecollcEft Miss Amanda Turner is in Winches ter visiting her aunt Mrs Ben Irvine The farmers in this section are rejoic J Bgover t f jjjte WIW Wfrfffl fHW fallen lately Every thing wae dna folly dry but now the prospect for corn crops is very good and the farmers hearts are eladdered COTTONS URG It continues warm and dusty In our part of the county We would appreciate a good rain Mr Emmet Wheeler who has been in III several years is visiting his parents near Kirksville Among those who attended the old school Baptist Association at Waco were Mr Jerry Noland and wife Mrs Shelby Jett and Mr Covington Jett Misses Minnie and Nannie Long Mary Miller and Dr Oldham and wife of Kirksville Prof Simmons opens his school at Kirksville to day He is a gentleman of worth and wo hope that this will be a successful school year for him Sev end Cottonburg boys and girls started to him this morning Farmers National BankA- T RICHMOND IN Till STATE OF KENTUCKY AT TilE CLOSK Or IIUSINKSS SEPTEMBER 8th RESOURCES Loans and discounts S29233 Overdrafts secured and unsecured vjttl US Bonds to 8ccuroclrculatlon 0000000 Stocks securities etc 400 00 Danklnghousc furniture and flxt urea 650000 Duo from National Banks not Ito 1151Hue711CblCksFractional paper currency ymlpnma 62 Lawful Jloney Itcservo In Bank v- izSpecie11Z30 oo JeKaltender notes IWIO 15210 00 Redemption fund with U S Treas urer5 per cent of circulation 4500 TotaL 314638 00 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 150003 00 Surplus fund 30000 Undhlded profits less expenses and tuxes 3228 PS National Bank notes outstanding 00 Due to other National Hunks 5650 10 Due to State Banks and Bankers 4112 38 Individual deposits subject to check 2JOJH7 47 Total 511638 90 SSCoU1TYI S IAUKKR Cashier of tho above named bank do solemnly swear that tIme above statement la true to tho best of my knowledge and belief 8 s PAUKKS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this Hth day of September UOI C B HAMILTON Notary Public Co imECT Attest IWADIRECTORS FARMSFOR We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marian and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attentionI Central Ej hi Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres k Gen Mgr 16sep3m ec1i1Margaret K Ayres tc Fltf againstMargaret Ayres guardian c Dfs NOTICE OF SALE BY virtue ofan order of the Madison Cir cult Court entered at its September Term the undersigned Special Commissioner will sell all of be land owned by Dr J Ayres deceased at his death The laid will De sold on the premises on Wednesday October 7 1903 twelvemonthstime thedateofsaidsaieantlmonths from the date of said sale the pur chaser to give bond withmmpproved security or securities said bearing niterrst at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1904 end to be a lien on the land to secure the inthreethat bid which realizes most will be ac lesThIssplendid good fencing well watered with everlastIng springs and has a outhouselege and something less than a mile from Isboundedplaceandlittletracton the College Hill pike T J JtcKINNEY Spr Com 3t Moberley Ky FrflkSak As executors of the late Robt Adams deceased we will offer for sale on Wednesday September 23 1903 at his late residence in Madison county near the mouth of Red river the following described property to wit 15 head of good 2yearold steers 1 i yoke of oxen 2 yearling heifers 2 good inilch cows 1 weanling calf 1 good rood mare 9yearsold 1 good com olned mare 9yearsold weanling mnle colt 3 brood sows 17 sheathd about 10 acres of corn ox wagon 1 mowing machine and rake 1 mansI 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 of 157 acres about 70 acres bottom land in high state of 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 name Can be bought reasonably Sale to begin at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale HCxqrNEnJR Executors J R BUSH Auctioneer se92t Lambs for Sale I have for sale u few southdown Buck l mbs the Cassius M Clay stock and one short horn bull calf For par ticulars call on JAB DEJABNETT aug 12 1m Richmond Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1NO2 No3 INO4INo5 INo6 No 7 INo8INo9 No 10 INoll No 13 INo14No No 16 No 17 INO18I 21 A twostory frame residence contain ing 8 rooms and two halls In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 less than original cost No 20 No No 22 No 23 No 24 NO 25 twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond lias all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal borne could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar pIn A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re pair Price 600 will bay a good town let 40x200 town lot on good street 40x Price SilO grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 good residence barn and acresIprovetnents 501 Sue locality wel1lfenced weillImproved Good cottage In firstclass condition clstenl etc Price 500 Handsome twostory residence in ill 12 best part of Richmond large lot and all necessary out buildings A bar gain at 3000 A Nice residence containing rooms in resident portion of Large and garden sevenI necessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business house eAU be bought cheap One of the best improved farms in Madison county containing 255 acres Good orchard and all necessary out buildings Church and school con venient Situated on pike A four room collage and seven acres of lend live acres in grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor all necessary out bnlldlng Tills property is situated in n thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences Richmond containing eight and cellar In beat portion of tnI Lot 90x250 feet Price 12501 A twostory residence in rood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All 2800 necessary outbuilding Price deSirIIng Two lot 1201110 feet In good neigh borhood Price 700 Col on a nice resident street containing four rooms and necessary outbuildings Can be pur chased on the Installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will paint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five rooms beautiful yard and all necessary oulbulldtng8liiclndlng good stable and cistern Price J12UO Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Nice residence on a 4acre lot con- taInIng even rooms and two porches situated in best residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home Farm near Kingston on Berea turnpike containing 63 acres one halt corn and onehalf In grass If sold seventyfive loads of corded wood twenty barrels of corn and twenty hogs will go with the property at price named On the land Is a small box house and other out buildings and never falling water Price 2100 Farm containing 90X acres eighti miltS tram This all in Irma 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 rW L CRUTCH G W EVANS JR JI NewFirrnAND T A Magnificient Stock of Goods T- J t Everything for the home beautiful C t can be found in our store and our prices willsuit everybody We are at home at Joplins old standon I Main street and we guarantee the best J andmost polite attention J T give us a calj t e Crutcher Evans f Main Street Richmond Ky atIu t t ttit j For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c lOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at 12c 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for 69c U DOc U SOc 3gec 8geoj Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoatsc H inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 10 inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats jfi High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with J2 narrow at 3199 each f Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN MT cKEfBfl- Cor Main and RICHmOND KENTUCKY I IIEIHlluII1I UJ Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 4 Thomas Now good digestion waits on appe tite and health on both If It doesnt try Bimlock blood bitters lin TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents 4 ++ + + ++4 +++I Job Printing J J Is like everything + want the best THE CLIMAX 4 t has new and ulItodate faces 1- J of type and carries only time J It4 4 +++++ +No need to fear sudden attacks of cholera Infantum dysentery diarrhoea yotihaveberry in the medicine chest liri Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Jerry Broaildns deceased are requested to file same properly verified on or before October 1003 or same will be barred All parties know lug themselves indebted to this estate are requested to call and settle at once E C L C HKOADDUS oct 2 Im Administrators Diphtheria sore throat croup In slant relief permanent cure Dr Thorn as Eclectric oil At any drug store sa To Chicago and Return Time Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at S8 on September 26 and 28 limited returning to October 2nd account of the Chicago Centennial September 2G to October 1st Trains leave Louis ville via Monon Route from Union Station 10th and Broadway at 736 a m and 820 p m comprising the highest grade of modern equipment in coaches dining cars parlor cars and pullman drawing room sleepers Full information promptly furnished by ad dressing E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Nearly 12000 Ladies 25c Corset Covers for lyci 39c 29c 49c 75c 69c 75c Skirts for 99c bands ruffles First elseyou A Reminder That we are right in the push withour superb stock of f 0 jfi jt Dry Goods We carry complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Giye us call and we will give you satisfaction White Wbsc-nS Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Money Loan can get you monev at per cent in terest oil long time in sums of 1000 over on your farm property For particulars call on address W R LETCHKR JR apr 15 Gmo Richmond Ky Call up by phone drop us note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys haggles etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works- tf MIDKIFF Prop Jersey Cow For Sale have for sale lice Jersey cow fresh with calf and number one milker For particulars call on undersigned aug 12 4t R E TUULEY Auctioneer My services an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company by writing- T D OHKNAULT Telephone 89ring mh8 Terrill ny a I c I a j j a a to I 5 or or us or a it S L I a as or 4 tf JOE Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER coil be found for medicinal pur poses You want the Furnished Strictly Family Trade 10 year old in jugs t00 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5ii cjuJS 250 5ii 0 bottles 3 2 II jugs 210II promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBra er novlyr Anderson county Kv Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If yon want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our tucky Disc Wheat Drills Withor without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of Fertilizer and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf THE ZREMOVAL SALE f WILL COMMENCE f iSA TURD Y A va 1stand continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month tf The Selling will be Positively Sensational Buying Chances are Unparalleled The great and increasing business done by this store during the past fewyears bears fruit in this rem asneversuffered stIll another great reduction for thIs months heavy sellIng eU We aredetermined to carry nothing to our new store and will stand any loss to aceum j 4stylishi t Worth of Goods Orders t To Be Sold This splendidstock of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets OU Cloths Millinery Trunks Dress etc will be sold REGARDLESS OF COST VALUEas we want to move in our new toJf fThis stock consists of th seasons best styles and the tJ r it will pay one to buy for f1tur use Remembertheoldadageibout1iheeailybird V iNearly 5000 Stock 69cc Iii Respectfully Submitted 19 t c TI II OLD WHISKY best to Ken I onr Clothjig Departmei to be sacrificed A coilitlofl Am saving propo and child should Invelltilt popojJevery ma woman lI E V ciirti II M1iiii I 8h AT COST a c 0XFORDSe L f I AND im L Summer Underwear I 1 f J AT COST To Make Room For Fall Stock 11 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 11 Main Street Richmond t Ky U n 1 he Richmond Climax U CHENAULT President D MILLER Editor k Manager WEDNESDAY SKIM 15 1903 UKllSHrllKVKKY KnN The Climax Printing Cc Incorporate 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J 11 BENTON OI Clark County FOR COMMON AKVLTH8 ATTORNEY HON B A CKUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Be Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ol Kentucky The General Assembly may by Funeral laws only authorize CITIES Oil TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro Tide for taxation for municipal pur rosen on personal property tangible ad intangible based on Income licenses or franchises in lieu of an Ed valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit tbc imposition of an ad valorem tax on Bch property of any steam railroad etrtet railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph elfctric light or electric power com Pan SKSATOU McCiiGAKY poke to a larpe nit lieuce at Stanford nn Monday and yt tHrday addressed the Democrats of 11lIlIlrt and Pulaski county The man who earned national reputation as a model Congressman and Governor and wliowill hens exemplary member of the prpatest deliberative body on earth the Iilted States Senate will have as jjvnt weight with the opinion of thf voters of Kentucky as any other speaker or statesman within her bor dtiK and we are sure that till State Ciimpaicn Committee will make no niixtHke by assigning Senator McCreary to nther points in the Sliie LIL Brower COI1 LEXINGTON KY Busy Again The House Cleaning Time The Brightening Up Time The Changing Reno vating Time is now here and we have gathered together the largest and most carefully selected line of new goods ever displayed on our lloo- rsCome See Us u CJBroWBr COIJ MAIN AND BROADWAf E INGrDN ICY rlr IOL HELKNAP says Competitive oiulitions with other markets neces itatwl the frailtileiit misrepresentation by his hardware firm which billed a car iuaii guns to Texas labeled wagons Competitive conditions at Frankfort in WOO caused the Republicans to label murderers peaceable citizens and hereby a crime was cOl1lmil tell that will have to bo utterly repudiated by he Republican party of Kentucky be fore it tan ever hope again to Rain respectability or power Mr Uelknap the best thing you can do for your party is to advise it to cease its delense if nsKiiRsins Rive them up to the law repudiate the whole business and then the confidence and support of the people IIf Kentucky Until this is done i Republican will stand an much show to be Governor of Kentucky as a June hug in hIwilh a paper shirt on COL DAN Moons is credited in hm home paper tile Hurndsburg Demo the following language with 1havinJ manipulated tilt recent Judi mal convention in the Danville district with the well known result the defeat if Saufley and Owsley who had such a tremendous following all over the dis irict that they were denied a primary by the machine managers who sympa thised with tIll other candidates That he acquired while a senator much practical knowledge of parlia mentary law was evidenced by hit courbe and method of dealing with the recent Danville judiciary convention Col Moore may be proud of the part ne played in that affair hut those thousands who were denied a voice at the polls while supporting the winners will not relish thediploinacy with which Col Moore is credited by his tooout spoken admirer in his home paper COL liELKNAPopened his campaign in Hart county Saturday with a speech that he undoubtedly wrote himself This itiucli to his credit It is too weak 4 document to have emanated from any professional source besides showing it was prepared weeks before Beckham Hud answered the querits he pro pounds The direct question was put ro lieckham Will you if reelected pardon Jett and White No here tilled But Mr Belknap asked Beckham Will you if elected pardon the murderers of Win Goebel What loes the Republican office seeker sly n response I will not prejudge dll lie men Such evasion is unworthy a seeker after public endorsement It s the cry of Thief thief with the oods on the fellow uttering the cry WE do not assume to speak for Col Belknap but we do speak for a great mass of the people of this State when we say hat when Caleb Powers goes to the scaffold guilty or innocent sent there by solid partisan political juries packed against him by partisan politi cal prosecutors the man who sin his death warrant with that doubt still unsolved will write his name in infamy forever Louisville Herald Thus we infer that the great mass of Republicans of Kentucky will up hold endorse and defend the assassina tion of Goebel to the bitter enl All right there will therefore never be another Republican Governor elected in Kentucky Wanted Buyer for best stand and country store In Kentucky DllUMHEB Iv It McKInney Ky Will Retnra to Richmond Mr H DCampbell who bought out Mr T 0 Willis restaurant and fancy grocery took charge Tuesday morning and in continuing the thrivin business of his predecessor While welcoming Mr Campbell and family our people regret very much to lose Mr Willie Mrs Willia and little Nancy who have made many friends during their so jimrn here As soon as Mr Willis winds tip his business here he will go back to Richmond and engage in busi ness Stanford Journal STATE or OHIO CITY OK TOLEDO LUCAS CoUNTYssFRANK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me find subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem her A D 1880 o A W GLKASON BEAT Rotary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood apd mucous surfaces of the srstem Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Said by all Druggists 75- ctf airs Family Filkflnie best REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP THB Madison National Bank AT 1EIC1IHOND IN TilE STATE Or KEN TUCKY AT TilE OK 11UHINKS8 September 9lh RESOURCES Loans and discounts 2CJ937 72 Overdraft s Cured and unsecured 6780 3 U8 lloiids to secure circulation 110100 Due from National Hanks not re serve agents H6949Due from tjtute llnnksi liiinkers Due from approved reserve agents 30325 Checks and other cash Items 28 Notes of other National Hanks 1032 Fractional paper currency nickels nnd cents 25 96 Lawful Money Iteservo in Dank vU Specie 11230 Uedemptlon fund with D 8 Treas urer 0 per cent of circulation 51100 00 Tulnl 5 131518471 LIABILITIES Uipltal slock paid In S10UIOO 00 00Undividedtaxes pill J 6913 30 National flank nolesonlslundlng 8I45 do Due toother National Hanks 635 Due to State Hanks and Hankers 93073 Individual deposits subject to check 181901 43 Total STATK OF KENTUCKY Su COUNTY OP MADISON I ItoiiT UWN AM Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JtllllT K UOKNAU Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of September 1JOa T J SMITH Notary 1ubllc COBKECT Attest NXET11U Directors Election Officers for Democratic City Primary Sept 17 1903 COURT HOUSE A T Donglus Sheriff J W Asbill Judge B M Lackey Judge J W Vugers Clerk ftEST END N B Deatheruge Sheriff 1 udgeJesseC K Shuckelford ClerkU- NIVERSITY B C Potts Sheriff JudgeEdH L Perry Clerk EAST END M F Eiiright Sheriff Robt Baxter Judge Thos Powers Judge W F Powers Clerk DEATHS FiioKT Pendleton Short aied six teen years died last Wednesday night at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he had been ill for several weeks with typhoid fever His remains were in terred in this city on Thursday BUKNAM News reached here last week of the death in Raton New Mexico of Mr John Field Burnxm Deceased was the eldest brother of Hon Curtis Bttrnain of this city and at the time of his death was 89 years old He sprang from a distin guished Kentucky ancestry hut left tiiis county obout fitly years ago first going to Boone county Missouri but later emigrated to New Mexico where he resided until death claimed him The sympathy of the community is extended to his relatives here MATRIMONIAL WniTEYoUNOMr John W White of Clark county and Miss Emma Young of this county were united in marriage in the county clerks office at this place last week- ToDDFnExcn A quiet hume wed ding wns celebrated on last Wednesday morning at 5 oclock when Miss Kittie French and Mr Arthur Todd were made one The marriage ia the culmi nation ol a long and happy uourlship which Las been watched with interest by the many friends of the young peo pIe The bride is the handsome dangh tel of Mr and Mrs W 0 French who reside about two miles from town on the Otter creek pike She if a young lady modust and gentle and possessed with those traits of character that will make her a splendid help male for the man of her choice Mr Todd is a son of Mr John Todd iho well known contractor and la encaged with Mr WSOIdham where he holds the re sponsible position of undertaker Mr and Mrs Todd left on the 6 20 and N train for a wedding trip to Atlantic City and other Eastern pointa Upon lueir return the will board with Mrs Hagan on West Main tireot The CLIMAX joins in with numerous friends in extending Inarty congratulations and in wiehlng the huppy fcoupla all the prosperity poRihl Terrible plagues those itcljlnspcst eTing diseases of the skin Cpt an end to misery Doans ointment iures At any drug store r 1m Mrs Jack Bowling formerly of Mid dlpsboro committed suicide n Ensley AI44 r aH DESIGNER From a New York Filth Arenae House Secured by Jfiij Embry Large Stock Purchased Miss Einbry of Ihe firm of Embry Co Ladles Hatters of Lexington ky has returned from New York City with an elegant fall stock selected with care to meet the requirements of her customers She brings with tier a trimmer for several years ti successful designer on Fifth Ayenue and will begin preparation at once for the first opening the date of which will he an nounced later Miss Embrv says all Es eni mer chants expect the largest business known in years and she has purchased an ample stock in view of the increased demands It Lost On the street in this city Thursday a light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this office tf CemocriUc Cub OrgatUed A Democratic club has been organ ized at Million this county Dr El mer Northcutt of Valley View was elected president and Mr J L Sowers was made secretary Reports says that the meeting was most enthusiastic and was largely attended State Heetlap According to previous nnnouncraenla the State meeting of the Christian church will be held in Paris during the week cf the 21st Interesting programs have been arranged Among the spec ial features will be an address by Prof William Fotrfist a returned missioi arv from Calcutta India Professor J W McGarvey of Lexington will conduct the Bible studies The Mis sionary Convention will he held on Wednesday morning and evening while Thursday will be devoted to Sunday school work On Friday a meelmg will be held at the Old Cane Ridge church The affair promises to be very enjoyable and profitable and quite a largo number till attend The Managers of the Grand have secured for the patrons of this popular play house one night only Katutday September 19 Americas Repreeenta live Minstrel organization The Who What When Minstrels This company has been received with the utmost en thusiasm by large houses in every city it has appeared in and the press ell conium of the different cities visited have been of the highest order The company has been selected wIth the greatest care and every person con nected with the company is a finished artist The vocal contingent of the show is one of the many meritoiious features while in Iho olio lan be found such famous stars as Aleora Parker Walter Stock Bert Parker the Marv ons Gregory MOils Hober and Casper Hayes an array of artists never be fore seen in any one organization and the amusement loving people of Rich mond surely have a rare treat in store for them Seats at Wines 75 50 25 KIRKSVILLE The school opened last Monday under the principalship of Professor G P Simmons A good attendance was en rolled and quite a number of new pu pils lire expected next week Tim school bids lair to be a success Miss Blanche Newlanil of Crab Or chare has entered school here Mr W L Brown who travels for Curry Tunis Norwood of Lexington made his regular visit to our town this week He has been traveling for tit teen years And is held in high esteem by all of his merchant friends Mr John tiutsy one of our black smiths is on the sick list Mr George Garrison our star route mail carrier attended the Beckham barbecue at Winchester and reported DI rand time Mr W G Rice of Mattoon 111 ia visiting the family of Mr W N lien dren Mr Rico is one of Illinois pros perous farmers and business rren A delightful entertainment was given in his honor on last Thursday night by Mips Ivy Hondren It was well atten ded and everybody seemed to have a most pleasant time Delightful refresh ments added much to the pleasure of all Miss Maud Bailey of Moberly was here yesterday Quite fl number of our young people went to the KEntucky river yesterday on a fishing trip Miss Mary Miller of Cottonbnrg spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr I B OMlinm and family An old fashioned spelling match wns held at the public school on Friday af ternoon Master Richard Hendrix turned down the whole class Mr N W Fowler of Rowland i visiting his daughter Mrs Robert Hendren delayed Mrs M Wills IB at the point of death at the home of her daughter Mrs John Fowler Her physicians give no hope to her sorrowing children Mr Everett and wife of Stanford are at the bedside of their mother Mr J W Fowler and son Frank left Sunday for Indiana to visit friends and relatives They will return by way of Lexington where Mr Frank will enter the Commercial college Hn is a de serving boy and we wish him much success Our town is sadly needing the cheer ful song and laugh of school boys and girls It would break the monotony of these dull days Almost all of our summer visitors have gone home and since the removal of Professor Srcrest and family to Waddy everything is as still ns a grave The school opened Monday with Prof G W Simmons as principal Mr and Mrs R E Baker have gone to Shirley 111 for a visit of several weeks to friends and relatives We wish them a pleasant journey Rider Bruce attended the Associa tion of United Baptists which was held recently at Paint Lick He reported a delightful time The next meeting will be at the Liberty church in Garrard county Everyone was well pleased with the new rule of having no dinner ou the ground Your correspondent recently con cluded a visit to old pchool mates and friends at Perryville The time was passed most pleasantly We attended the South District Association ct Unit ed Baptists which convened at Dan ville We also visited the battle field Mrs Mary Highland is visiting at Perry v ill e Manager George Shepherd is hnst ling now He ia erecting two new cot tages which will be completed in a few weeks He also dill considerable work on his dwelling which is used by Professor Simmons as a boarding hall for lheetndents of the college Mies Amanda Turner is In Winches ter visiting ber aunt Mrs Ben Irvine The farMers iB this section are rejotc jr HI ttO f i WhlfJt l Ifullycrops very hearts are eliiddered COTTONBURG It continues warm and dusty In our part of the county We would appre ciate a good rain Mr Emmet Wheeler who has been PRr1entsAmong those who attended the old school Baptist Association at Waco were Mr Jerry Noland and wife Mrs Shelby Jett and Mr Covington Jett Misses Minnie and Nannie Long Mary Miller and Dr Oldham and wife of KirksvilleIKirksville to day He is a gentleman of worth anti wo hope that this will be a successful school year for him Sev eral Cotlonburg boys and girls started to him this morning Farmers National Bank AT niCIIMONn IN TilE STATE OP KENTUCKY AT TIIK CIOSK DDSINESS SEPTEMBER 8th IOCS RESOURCES Loans nnd discounts 292233 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1I2ftll U S Bonds to sccureclrciilatlon 90000 00 Stocks securities etc 400 00 UanklnKhouBC furniture and flxt ures Due from National Batiks not Ito 1151DueTIICheckspaper currency mid cents 62 SI Lawful Money Reserve In Bank viz Specie 11123000- 1IjeenMender notes Ifiro 1520 00 Ucdemptlon fund with U S Treas urer per cent of circulation tfM 00 Total 514638 M LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 00 fund 30000 00 Undivided profits less expenses and taxes 3S28 P5 National Hank notes outstanding 90000 00 Due to other National Bunks Due to Btnte Bunks and Bankers 38 Individual deposits subject to check S J47 47 Total 514638 90 STATEorKElTUCKYSS I tI S PAHKKS Cashier of the above named bank do 801emnly swenr thnt tbo alJove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief 8 s PAUKICS Cashier Subscribed and eworn to before mo this 14th day of September 1JBl C B HAMILTON Notary Public CoitnEcr Attest C K WAw BURNAMI DllirOTOKS FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marian adjoiningconnties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom lands We have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who rre inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention neutral Ky Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Free Gen Mf r lCsep3m Special Cosisissioflers Sale Margaret Fh Ayres ie Flff againstMargaret Ayres guardian ic Dfs NOTICE OF SALE BY vIrtue olan order of the Madison Cir cult Court entered at September Term 1903 the undersigned Special CommlxMoner will sell all of be land owned by UrJ Ayres decenseil at his death Tbe said land will oe sold on the premises on Wednesday October 7 J903 twelvemonthstime thedatemonlhs from the date of Maid sale thepnr chasCr to ghe bond wIth IIpproved securlt or- securitlea eald bonds bearing interval at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1904 and to be a lien nn the land to secure the Inthreethat bid which realizes the most will be ac JessThlaaplendld has good fencing well watered with everlast ng springs and bas a splendid dwelling hous on It other out Collegethe lock and dam on the Kentucky river and Is bounded on one part by tbe ColleltD Hill pike Purllhaera are vlted to look over the place and see thatll lx most ileslrable lIItletracton the College Hill pike T J McKINNEY Spr Com 31 Moberley Ky Public Sale As executors of the late Robt Adams deceased we will offer for sale on Wednesday September 23 1003 at his late residence in Madison county near the mouth of Roll river the following Described property to wit 15 head of good 2yearold steers yoke of oxen 2 yearling heifers 2 good milch cows 1 weanling calf 1 good rood mare 9yearsoId 1 good comI olned mare Oyearsold 1 weanling mule colt 3 brood sows 17 shoats about 10 acres of corn ox wagon 1 mowing machine and rake 1 mans saddle 1 elder 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 of 157 acres about 70 acres bottom land in high utate 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 laud balance in grass three dwelling houses on name Can be bought reasonably Sale to begin at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale H C KIfNER J R LANOLEY Executors J R BUSH Auctioneer se92t Lambs lor Sole I have for sale a few southdown Buck lmbs the Cassius M Clay stock and DUB short horn bull calf For par ticulars call ou JAB nEJAKNETT aug 12 1m Richmond Ky For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No2 No3 NO4 No5No6 No7 No8 No9 INo10Noll No 12i No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 2 No 21 No 25 No 2 No 2 No 2E A twoitory frame residence contain fng6 rooms and two halls In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 less than original cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de sIring a nlc home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court home A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar pin A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re pair Price 600 will buy a good town let 40x200 feet A itood town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price SI50 Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other im provementsIn line locality Price tiJKO Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Fonr cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 Handsome twostory residence In belt part of Richmond large lot and necessary out A bar rain at satw Nice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and necessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best improved farms in Madison county containing 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 live acres grass and two in garden good orchard nnd grape arbor nil necessary out building Tills property is situated in a thriving villnge where churches and schools are convenient Price 1500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms and cellar In best portion of city Lot 90x230 feet Price I2OJ A twostory residence in eood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for anyone desir ing an Ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved 2200 Two lota 120x160 feet in good neighborhood Price nUll Cottage on a nice reiident street cnntHining four rooms and neces sary outbullutngs Can be pur chHxed on the installment plan A great bargain at SIlOO Will paint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of live rooms beautiful yard and all ntcessary oulballdlngslnclndlng good stable and cistern Price 1200 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser Alee residence on a 4acre Jot con taining seven rooms and two porches situated in best re Idence of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home Farm near Kingston on Berea t turnpike containing 63 acres one half in rom and onehalf in grass If sold seventyfive loads of corded wood twenty barrels of corn and twenty hogs will go with the prop erty at price named On the land Is a small box house and other out buildings and never falling water Price flloo eightIall in gnus and Is Al good farm and is well watered There 1s on this land a small residence and other necessary outbuildings Locality best in county rW L CRUTCH G W EVANS JR A New Firm 7 A Magnificient Stock of Goods J c Everything for the home beautiful C C can be found in our store J r- dan our prlceswill SUI t everybody Weare at home at Joplins old stand on JMain street and we guarantee the best JtJ most polite attention tJ igive us a calli Crutcher Evans I Main Street Richmond Ky For Tei Days Only c For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 8 l3c Laws at 5c lOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at 12ic 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for G9c 99c 89c Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JJ inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 10 inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199 each jt Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEECor Alain and RICHmOND KENTUCKY J Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry Thomas Now good digestion waits on appe tite and health on hoth If it doesnt try Butilock blood bitters 1m TO OTJSE A GOLD IS ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets All drngKists refund the money Ifit fails to cure E W Groves signature B on each hox25 cents +t Job Printing 1 Is like everything else you want the best THE CLIMAX has new and unto date faces of type and carries only the It+++++ No need to lear sudden attacks of cholera infantum dysentery diarrhoea summer complaint of any sort if von have Or Extract of wild straw berry in the medicine chest 1m Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Jerry Broaddns deceased are requested to file same properly veri fied on or before October 1 1003 or same will be barred All parties know ing themselves indebted to thin estate are requested to call and settle at once E C L C HEOADDUS oct 2 1m Administrators Diphtheria sore throat croup In stant relief permanent cure Dr Thorn as Eclectrlc oil At any drue store S3 To Chicago and Retain The 1Ionon Route will sell tickets from Louisville to Chicago and return at 58 on September 26 and 28 limited returning to October 2nd account of the Chicago Centennial September 26 to October 1st Trains leave Louis ville via Monon Rente from Union Station 10th and Broadway at 736 a m and 820 p m comprising the highest grade of modern equipment in coaches dining cars parlor cars and pullman drawing room sleepers Full information promptly furnished by ad dressing E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky a Ladies 25c cOrset Covers j9c 29c 39c 75ch 69c 75c Skirts 69c 89c bands First A Reminder That we are right in the posh with our superb stock of 1 0 J jf r 0 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction itcB 1 l1J S JlJ1 Corner Main and Second Money to Loan I can get you money 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 6mo Richmond Ky Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See onr new stock of sur rys baggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S 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 TURLEY Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D CHKNADLT Telephone 89rmJt 4 mhlStf Terrill ny j OLD JOE Hand made Sour Every drop goaran teed to pure It is of old style manu facture can be found for medicinal par pose You want the best Furnished Strictlv to Family Trade 10 veal old in lOOper gallon 10 bottles 5II II 5 ings 250 5II bottles 3 2 II IIjUJs 210 Orders promptly WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj ere 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 UFC one of our Ken tucky Disc Wheat Drills or without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades jof Ferttlizeis and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf GREAT REMOVAL SALE Ig1 WILL COMMENCE SATURDAY AUG lstiand continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month gThe Selling will be Positively Sensational The Buying Chances are Unparalleled The great and inere1sing business done by this store during toe past fewyears bears fruit in this remarkable Removal Sale are r ducedasnever before Broken lots have been bunehed and the heavily Clt prices havesuffered still another reductiongreat for this months eavy selling Wed termined areto carry nothing to our new stoIe and will stand any loss to acctJm OnJstylishI = Nearly 12000 of Be Sold Ij This splendid stock of Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets Oil QothslVIiUinery Ttunks Dress ete will be sold REGARDLESS COST VALUE Q as we want to mOVe in our new store with a new stOck Sow edetenn to ncose out this stock This stock con ists of the seasons best it will pay one 10 buy for l1tureuse styles and the ar so Jtreatthat JIiII6 Remembertheoldadage boi tthe rlYbird J5 Nearly 1000 Stock W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Respectfully Submitted fe e CaA Trae Jrif for 39c 49c for 99c when WHISKY Mash No- BETTER jiiga filled With THE I Worth Goods t To OF 18 ol1r ClothiBR DepartlHpat to be BReriftdid A cooliUOR A moapy Mvi ropo thatvery Ilankndchilll invelltillRfeJ womaB RV 14 Dt IeliIi We Are Ready To Talk Eus ness Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getourr r thelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions hc eaTTaI lIOT s RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 15 FRE- SII6roceries AGENTS FOR 8o uet flour The Richmond Climax u WEDNESDAY SEPT 16 1903 FOR REST my residence on Main Street C S HoivroN sept9 tf- Rev George Crates the new pastor of the M E Church preached his first sermon on Sunday morning The District Missionary Conven tion which was in session last week at the Ihrisiian church cloned Thursday afternoon Evnryltody is going to the Who What When Min treU All nuw this At the Grand next Saturday Septeniler Salesmen wanted to look after onr interest in M diwin and adjacent counties Salary or commUsiou Address Lincoln Oil Co 2t The Who What When Minstrels urn pleasing countless thousands they will soon he here to please you All new faivR this season Professor John Noland and wife have rented the rums of Mrs Ida Powell in the Curt Parrish hone They will keep houe there during Mrs Powells ahsencw in Kansas City 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 sep93t Mr Frank Flag of Danville an nounced at the open up of the Central University Law school fix gift of 100 law looks They wore formerly the property of Mr plates grandfather who was one of the widest known law yers In this section- Shackelford t Co are headquar ters for all kinds of sporting goods sin gle and dot hie barrel guns from 6 00 to 100 and rifts anv kinds you wish all ialibern Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load yon wish Game hags and loading tools tf Mr T Chenault Willis formerly ot this place but lately of Stanford has sold his restaurant and fancy pro cerirfl to Mr H U Chambers of Crab Orchard It is not known what Mr Willis intrude to do but Ids many friends here wish him much success in any business he embarks in Does happiness andrrmtentment diipend upon dollars and cents Nay nay exclaims time Hraymer Mo Com et Out with such a base anti nonpla tunic thought Did huppiiicBS depend on dollars country editors ofall men would bit iiost iniKerahlH Country ed itor Parr to live and sill he happy on nothing a wrrk and almnt the tim they get the hang of the art they die and g to hKaven and hunt in vain for the fellows who owed them mi Karth Reigns Hon R W Miller hRS tendered his resignation tit Judge Cochran as ref eree in bankruptcy This was done in order that he inighi devote his whole time to his rate fir the LgisainrB The district of which Mr Miller wa referee i composed of aloe counties of Madion Murk and Eill e 3 tt 9gtnslrop For Rent House of Eight rooms and all nee essury out buildings New stable 2t Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Flat Chickens IIrneighborhood brought to Mr J H Neil last week eighteen chickens averaging I per dozHii These were spring chickens and brought 10 cents per iound A me daw Mrs Minnie Dykes Anibslea has begun her class in piano and voice at her home on Third street She hiss quite a nice class of about twenty pupils also a chorus class of thirty five Mrs Ambsleris one of Richmonds must talented daughters and we wish her abundant success in her undertaking A Splendid Opening The Walters School opened last Wednesdav with fiftysix pupils en oiled This is double tho attendance it this time last year Professor Bar rett feels very much encouraged and with his obit assistants Professors Hutcheson and Talley tie intends to make this one of the foremost prepara ory schools for boys in the State Tonga On the Democrat Editor Walton of the Lexington Democrat Is the victim of a fraud He advertised to give away a set of cooking utensils with each subscription to his paper fur a certain length of time The articles arrived Mondav and when agents began delivering them they found some one had gme before them and delivered sets of inferior quality collecting the money un Will Meet at Richmond Prof H V Hell was at Harrodshnrjr the fiat of the week assisting in mak jug a program for this Eighth Con gressional District Educational Conven thin wjich meets at Richmond Octo ber 30th and 31st Prof Bell will speak on Importance of Early Training and Attorney W P Marsh is on the program for the Possibilities of the Public schools Lawrenceburg News Now is the Time There is no more delightful time to take a vacation at Crab Orchard Springs The fare is splendid and just now the waters will be of more benefit to you as the weather is not so warm and the nights pleasant Manager Willis has a good crowd of excellent people there now and a most pleasant vacation one that will be of untold benefit to you can be had An Interestrng Meeting After a most interesting and instruc tive session the Madison County Medical Society adjourned on last Thursday night The Medical societies ot Lincoln and Garrard counties were the especial guests of the local doctors and the meeting was of great benefit to the medical fraternity As a fitting close one of the handsomest banquets ever served in this city was enjoyed at Jobs Cool Wither Clothing There is forceful logic in the argu ment by dealers name in his adver tisement in this issue that it is wise to buy Fall clothes in September because his buyer gets longer wear for his money and a larger assortment to select from This firm handles the hand Tailored Clothing of Schloss Bros t Co of Baltimore the largest tailor ing house in the world Stylish dressers ought to take a look at their new Reliance double breasted sack suit Sauce tar the Goose Is Sauce For the Gander Gov Durliin of Indiana made re quisition on Gov Jeff Davis oi Little Rock Ark for George Ryan Jill alleg ed fugitive from justice After hearing IIH case Gov Davis notified Gov Uurbin that he would honor the re quisition only upon condition that Guy Durbin return to Kentucky V- Ii Taylor and other fugitives wanted bythatStatn firtlie murder of Gov Goebel Otherwise he would not hon or the requisition Gov Durbin reply has not yet been receiv- edBIRTHS KTJCKEK Mr and Mrs John Rnck er are happy over the arrival of a fine son Mr Ruck er is the efficient en gineer at the water w rkn plant i r I Deatherage Co i Seeds Seeds SEEDS t- tJ I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that jI- tJ I have all kinds of seeds to sell I am no old hayseed II- J either but I have JHAY l to sell by the bale or car load I also handle oats and corn and Northern Seed Rye Those wanting tt- IJ things will do well to give me a call Prices r asonjI able Remember that I have things to sell ar tJ to keePl fo f 3 c- r E Oeatherage CoL Tjt I r 1 1 r 7 tr tr tr t trtr tr flN XANDMAD j DYINBTDN AND BANKS FOR papa ViII0at And he doesnt as a rule realize the wifes discomforts and troubles while in the kitchen Patient mamma does the worrying Ought to Buy a Gas Range and stop all that muss waste expense worryand dis comfort 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 Lost a streetsiIautipaiuted turn to this office and get reward Alibi Witnes e Indicted Indictments were returned Thursday at Cymhiana by the grand jury against A C Adams George Uowlm and Picky James Hack the principal alibi witnesses in behalf of Curtis Jett and Tom White They are charged with perjury Testimony before tlie grand jury was to the effect that neither of the three men was near the court house when Marcum was shot Back was trre8trd in Clark county just as he was boarding a train for Virginia He was taken to Cynthiana and lodged in jail These men were released on bond tarnished by Judge Haigis A Compliment What we are interested in at present is not solelythe selection of a nominee Out his subsequent election So let us unite ou one whose nomination will be like that Ajax of Democracy the Hon James It McCrearys always proved an tqmvaleiit to election and let him be one in whom we feel that we have a dead euro winner regardless of the amount of money the enemy may scat ter in the campaign Harrodsburg DemocratSuch man for the Congressional race would be Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford pronounced the best cam paigner of his age in Kentucky Will Go to Orejan Miss Bettie Breck has accepted a position as teacher in a prominent school of Baker City Oregon and left Saturday to begin her new duties Miss Brock who is the second daugh ter of Judge Charles H Breck is a young lady of rare brilliancy of intel lect ia a graduate of Madison Institute and is in every way capable of filling the position she has accepted While her many friends here regret to have herr go so far from home thev congratulate tier UDOII her good fortune and extend to her the best wished for her success in her far away western field Miss Breck has a brother In Baker City Mr C H Brepk Jr A Splendid Attraction On last Wednesday night the famous Harlow minstrels showed at the Wig gins opera house Quito a rood crowd witnessed the performance which was excellent all the way through and which war received with enthusiasms weIWhy wan a tenor solo and wan sweet beyond expression The juke dancing and other features of juggling feats of strength statuary etc were all good Menus D C WigginsaDlIBroar to be congratulated upon securrtijj Bttch aM4tNCtQ Captor of Gen Morgan Is Dean Colonel H T Jacobs of Louisville died recently at his home He was seventyeight years old and was a most picturesque figure during the civilwar and it was he who saved KentucCy from secession He was also the captor of Gen John H Morgan Peculiar Deed A curiosity in a deed has just been filed in the county clerks office at Versailles It records the transfer of n small tract of land near Nonesuch Woodford county for the sum ot 293 24 and is signed by fiftyfour grantors The interest of each grantor is set forth the shares ranging from an ownership of onetenth to a portion of oneeight hundredandtenth SOle of the par ties will receive less than fifty tents Uanzercwly Wounded A sad affair occurred at Livingston last week when the eighteenyearold daughter of popular Captain W R Dillion was shbt by the accidental explosion of a pistol Report has it that Miss Billion was dressing tor school anil in her attempt to get a collar from the drawer the pistol lying on the collar was turned over and dis charged The wound is a very serious one the ball entering the right side and Coming out near the spine Her family is very apprehensive as to the results Prospoinjr in the West The following notice taken from the Western Enterprise of Rich Hill Mo concerns a man who formerly lived hero but who left here about twenty years ago He was elected to an office that pays him 4000 per year Mr Lisle Is a brotherinlaw of Mr R A Harris of Foxtown- T K Lisle our most excellentcounty recorder remembers the Enterprise on subscription Mr Lse guts many compliments his uniform courtesy competency and fairness in party affairs he will come out of the office very popular with his party the people in general An Ice Factory- A company composed of some of Richmonds substantial men has been formed for the purpose of starting an ice factory The pond near the L N crossing on Irvine street has been pumped and cleaned out and it is hoped that in the near future Richmond will be able to boast of an ice factory as we did in days past There IB no reason why this town should not eupport such an industry and we congratulate the gentlemen concerned up on their energy in starting the factory This company is composed of Messrs John Crooke TJ Smith HF Barker and William S Moberly We wkh thorn much success iu tbeir aad ta I tIC k1 For fall andwinter we have a splendid collection of fine Suits that differ from the or dinary ready made in that they are carefully tailored by hand yet they are right here in stockready to put on Thesesuits are made by expert tailors in great wholesale shops where large production makes possible the highest standard of excellence at the smallest costa Well show you suits that fit and holdshape equal to the very best custom work that costs ten to twenty dollars more than our price Specialsizes for men of every build Drop in at your leisure try them on and see perfectly you can be fitted OUTFITTERS MEN AND BOYS You how Madison to Lose cne of iu Best Known Families Hon W L Tevis to Move to Indian Territory At a handsome supper given to several Richmond friends last Tuesday Hon Wm T Tevis announced MuscogeelIndian with him and spending the remainder of his life in that fatuous country The farm on which Mr Tevis now re sides here in Madison is worth one hundred dollars per acre He says there is just as good land in Indian Territory at onefourth the price and that there Is so much more vim and vigor in the civilization out there that we people here would be astonished Muscogee is a city of twelve thousand people with all the advantages of Cincinnati its business houses surpassing those in Louisville is schools the best railroads in plenty and crops and weather conditions just right The climate is mild and heatlifulj summers hot and long but with ample rainfall winters usually short and but little snow Mean annual temperature 60 Principal agricultural products Indian corn cotton rye oats potatoes upland rice native grasses and fruits Speaking of Indians Mr Tevis re marked that there were numbers of them and that they are a selfsupport ing and important part of the citizenship of the Territory Whole regi mentsof them fought in the Confed erate armies and many of them owned slaves the latter being released with other slaves but contented to remain near their masters Mr Tevis tells some good stories of the Indians and the CLIMAX will venture this one as the Colonel reeled it off after supper TuesdayThe remnant of the once glorious tribe of Modoc Indians are soon to depart tar their old homes in the lava beds of the State of Washington For nearly thirty years they have resided on their little reservation in the Indian Territory about ten miles south of Baxter Springs This tribe was at one time the bravest of the brave and made the most heroic stand for their liberty ever wade by any tribe or nation With a small body of chosen warriors they stood off or held at bay the entire army of the United States for many weeks They killed Geu Canby commanding the United States forces and killed and wounded more soldiers than there were members of their tribe Thev were finally conquered and after hanging Capt Jack their head chief and four others the balance of the tribe was corraled on lands In the territory Every member was allowed forty acres of poor land and they were informed this was all they could ex pect or in other words they must root hog or din All of the old historic members of the tribe are dead except Princess Mary the sister of Capt Jack and old Lukeeltu now 103 years old the bow and arrow maker of the tribe Capt Jack Steamboat Frank Scar Faced Charlie and all the old land marks of the tribe have gone to the happy hunting grounds Their bones repose in strange land far from their native rocks and lulls where their forefathers are buried As the last words of the above fell from the lips of our good friend we wondered If he had thought how ap plicable tlmey may some time be to him self and his family when the grim reaper closes down their tired eyelids Iu dreamless sleep from their Old Kentucky Home far away l Coxing Next Week The country cousins uncles aunts and all the children are coming next week and the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church are arranging to entertain them on Monday night at the New Opera House The Old Folks Concert is meeting with the approval and assistance of tho com munlty The young min and maidens are hard at work and a good time is promised all who attend The wheels of time will tarn backward for a few hoars anti we will all j in in The Old Folks tt Uujfw 4i irffttki On a Prospecting Tour Yesterday a party composed of the following well known citizens ift for Oklahoma and Indian Territory on a prospecting tour Messrs J J Embry G B Turley Jr Sam P Deatherae Elmer Death erage W H Culton and R A Harris The Fair Owing to unavoidable delays not much of the Red Mens fair and carni val was seen on Monday yesterday however most of the attraction had arrived and everything was hrgiin In earnest The fair will continue through out the week and from present outlook it promises to be firstclass in every respect Music is being furnished by a band from Covington Will Go to tcxlnrton Mr and Mrs Mat It Cohen will soon leave this city for Lexington where they will make their home in the iu ture Mr Coeens business rrations with the to K railroad of Which road he is live stock agent denmhd his presence in Lexington Mr and Mrs Cohen have many friends here who will regret their removal A Rising Young Lawyer Among our young lawyeis we notice with interest the name of Mr Thomas H Collins and the success he is making Last spring Mr Collins won his first murder trial when he cleared the Baker boys who were charged with the murder of William Coyle Last week ho was successful again and added another laurel to his wreath when the jury acquitted Wil liam Turner who was charged with complicity in the same cri- mePERSONAL Mrs Claude Smith is visiting in IrvineMr Philip Wilging was in Cincin nati last Friday Mr Robert Tipton of Montgomery county was here last week Mr Sam H Stone of Louisville has been visiting relatives here Miss Dollie McRoberts of Stanford is the guest of friends here Mr Thomas Campbell of West Vir ginia is here visiting his family Mrs W A Langford is entertaining Misses Pickett and Hall of Maysville Mrs Alex Gibbs and children are at home from Atlantic City where they spent the heatra term Miss Mary Curran of Cynthiana at tended the ToddFremjh marriage last weekMrs W B Benny returnee Monday from n few days visit to friends at Paris Miss Clint Cunnihghiim has gone to Hollins Va where she will enter Daisy Gilbert who has been very III with typhoid foyer is reported some better Miss Leila Beatty hat returned from a visit to Shelby ville Louisville and Mammoth Cave Miss Mattie Lancaster of Winches ter spent Saturday anti Sunday with Miss Flora Culton Miss Nettie B Chnnault was the guest last week of Misses Mary Evans tad Eleanor Chenault Mrs Bennett of Harrodsbnrg is visiting her daughter ftlrs F J Yea ger on Glyndon Avenue Mr Henry P Reid vho is work with a Mt Sterling pajler spent Snh day with his family heie Mesdames Land andjHank have returned to their home in xington after a visit to Mrs Edjar Turley Mr R Edgar Turley w confined to his home with thel prippe He is making every endivoii to get out to the next PrancioBBiel supper Miaee Willie KefiBB of and Evelyn Price ol HaVrodshuig are gaeftts of Mrs E T Bnrnaai Miss Emily Fisher of BM file Mahe will also ho Mt BarN aas1 thfhweaks M146S4Ht Sc TMflwsttiion Catta Iyrtkttc9Yrittia rT t rLes sister Mrs J W Wagers Miss Susie Bosley ol Louisville is visiting her uncle Mr R C Moore and family at White Hall Mr and Mrs Torn Walden of Mid dlesboro are the honored guests ol Miss Mary Foley at Speedwell- Mr Bert Parrish of Decatnr Illinois has returned home after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs S Parrish Mrs Mary Lane and Mrs Nellie Foster of Bloomington are the guest of Mrs Lyman Parrish on Second street Mrs Tom Davis and son Parrish Campilives here Mr J F Taylor son of Mr J Gideon Taylor of this county has re turned from a two months visit to Can aria and the NorthwestIMrs Dabney Crenslmw and children of Richmond Virginia are guests of Mrs James Bennett and other relatives here and in the county Mr and Mrs J Calvin Taylor are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs Webster in Cincinnati and In cidentally taking in the Fall Festival Capt Frank J White of The Record office is the only veteran left in Gar rard and it is his intention to go to Richmond his old home Lancaster Record Miss Jane Reed who has been spend ing the summer with her sister Mrs V H Hobson has returned to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor where she will resume her studies ffi 71 71 71 71 ffi l ffi F i ll F If Mr and Mrs W A Logan and laughter Mildred Lucile have peen visiting friends and relatives in the county Mrs Logan has many friends here where she visited before her mar Nringe Miss Edith L Searcy daughter of MaSllchusetts1whero sity Miss Searcy graduated last year from Madison Institute Miss Emma Powell leaves today for a visit to Richmond Mrs Ii M I Lackey of Richmond spent last week with her mother Mrs Mollie Powell W W Pig Richmond Ky D G Pigs Kansas City Mo and Will II Begga Ansel Ky visited here during the fair Jessamine Journal Mr Marshall H Guerraut who was formerly in charge of the office of the Kentucky Distilleries Warehouse Company at this place was here the first of the week looking after some business connected with the Company In the absence of Col Wilmore who is on his summer vacation Mr sjlAllderson visit to St Louis Mo where he was the guest of his cousin Hon David Rowland Francis President of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Har ry met George Burnam lately of this city Will Lackey lately of Stanford Will otartin lately of Lexington Stan ley Dodd Pearce lately of Winchester and mady other ezKentuckians all of whom are doing splendidly in St Louis r Mr Harry Tevis of Nashville ac companied by his two children and Visa Sallie Tevw are the guests of Col CfttkITerritory in which event Madison county will lose one of time most p pu tar families within her borders Ei where is an interview with Col TPVUJ as to his coming removal to Indian Ter ritoryProfessor J M Young of Cornell University visited his father Rev Mr Young at Paint Lick last week He came to Kentucky toenterayoiinger brother in the Fate College of Kentucky at Lexiiif01 which is a hiI testimonial to the efficiency and worm of that Institution But it is not to be wondered at for State College in rated by experts with the foremost technical institutions in A merit Scores of young men graduate there annually with high salaried positions awaiting them This is not true of nay other Institution in Kentucky Miss Katie Smith returned Saturday night from Misonriwheresl1intthe better part of two months visiting relatives of her father the late James W Smith who frequently declared that though his name was Smith and his people were all native Kentuckians there was not a person of that name now living in Kentucky related to bun except his sister now Mrs George Walden ef Danville However Fav ette Howard county Missouri con tains numerous blood relations of tl e Madison county Smiths and among these hospitable and charming people Mips Smith spent thin past summer 7I Fffi F7 7I 7I suits made to measure m Before You Buy N Dont fail to see our line of SuitsNlade to Measure iOUR COLLECTION OF SuitingsTrouserings and 0vercoa tI S for the forthcoming Fall and Winter are now complete and it is to your interest to pay us a visit at your earliest Iconveniencert t I We represent B STERN SON of New York andothers FU fM Every UftiWIi IS Guaranhdto Fit aim lltJiSS RICE AND ARNOLD IMain Street Richmond Ky Ii MEt t 1r k ri Ip J U i PROFESSIONAL CARDS LTTOLTh ItIV MILLER ArrOPNETATLAW RICHMOND KKMTUUK- IOtoce n the Bornam Building next door to armert National Dank eb3ly JA sv tJ ATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY OfficM over State Sank Trust Co at pu itt Court House on MainStre J I D M OU KN All LI ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKMTUUK Office on ecnndstreet over Uben itte grocery W R LETCHER Attorneytit Lam RICHMOND KKNTIICK- K OtHcH over Taylor Itnm tore JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNIELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofhce in John Bennetts old law office over Pern k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DHS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUKiiKOAS Rio HMONII KENTUCKY Oltace in the Dr Hobson building M InStreet Ti L JASPERM D Medicine and Surgery Othre Stiitiffcr Xuildine Main Street tel thoh Ht resident the Car place on roadway HiiMONi KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PlIYSIUIAM AM SuitUKUN RH MONt NTUCKt E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust B Literature fnniixliod on jiiuHrntioi CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostbeopathy DENTAL SUHQEHT T 1a tt ttOnSOt ORNTIST or LoUIMVILLR hOfflce next door tu Government IIl1l1dlnlC fltchmSod Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to nor7y V M Blanton z DENTIST BgOSice lu Bennett Building lanly TKIKPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN 1ItotalWednesday October 14 1003 Kodol Dyspepssa Cure Digests what you eat AJJNTION We have moved our produce basinets from the East gllllnf Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends mnl patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street JJIjilllv RHHMOXn KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup ioiinilb italic hiki DAILY EX SUNDAY TBAIN8 LEAVE RIChMOND- orVersafllesLawrenceburg SheIj 6o5 am 345pmandFor Irvine M am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam mFrom m w O M BROWNING Den Mgr KyRRichmond Kj Stops tho Couffh ana Works o2 tic Cord Laxative Bronio Quinine TrK1et lnrlJ mlit in one dav No cure oo nnv Prlic 25 rents roTHOSE 4 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 101010 Weartt pleased toslatethat it1i4 mi sale at the tollowing places in Madison county Ar buck If S 8lmmon learcv k Hamilton O Fin net W viitcnJ V Whltlock Jnnn atapp Burton Uoberts J W Tester J W Prewltt L A Warren C McWharter Rickner k Earl IT Coy u R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruthton EdenUm Cottonburg Paint Lick allaceton Iterea Kirkiville Next to the Proper Test mimes the proper glasses WH pan do what is ritiht with regard to the test and tim GLASSES madn to till tho prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is PO largr and complete that we ran fill immediately a demands for ulaKsns not of II ory unusual Mrengt For thesn it will tnki a little longer time Repairs are Irulllptlyexecllted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main S Richmond Ky ArmerVold stand ly L1 N1 Tim Ta l Ar No I Oiicimiati and Livings Lv p m ton Rx1 evs sunth bound 1246 p No 6 inn8t1 and Livings 125 p m ton Ki press norh bound 155 pm No Cinnati and Livings 315 a m too Express north bound 350 am No S Cinnati and Livings ll05pm ton Ex south bound 1105 pin No 10 Stanford and Mays yule Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Maya 729 p m yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 020 am No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound Blue Groa Land For Rent I have 400 acres of Rood grazing Iduegms laud for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chen ult SCHOOL 1rnf O P Simmons Newton Fails Ohio will open in Sep tember a Hiphrlass Private Sohnol at Kirknville Ky in Ihe old Elliott Institute buildings lie will he supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into OUR of tliH best in this part of Kentucky This can be clone with thn liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities arn tine and the community is one of the nest in Kentucky Help with your patronage to demonstrate what call be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiiies to G P SimmonsNewton Ohio or G B Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprzolyr Phone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flout my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you mY pretty maid Youll never repent itt sir slip said And he never repented in all his life For be took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife 4 MADE BY Elliston Mill Conmany Phone 1663 WACO KY Wool Carding in Seasor a l employs and they have not hesitated at any misrepresentation They have In numerous instances wilfully published statements which thay knew to be false and by their representatives have admit ted them to be so They glvo as their reason that It is politics and that Is about as high a conception as they hvo of any moral principle Of course so foul a sheet as this Is not deserving of this much notice but as it claims to be the republican organ of the state and seems to speak for that ticket 1 take this occasion to call attention to its In famous policies and methods Now let us see what the records show for facts and figures are sutllclent to overcome falsehoods I have ben In office a lIttlo over three years and seven months which is about live months less than a full term I have therefore served al most as long as each one of my two predecessors The executive journals show that in felony cases before and after trial altogether Gov Brown Is sued 472 pardons Gov Bradley cs and Gov Beckham 225 The books of the wardens of the two prisons show that there have been released from those prisons the following number of convicts By Gov Brown by Gov Bradley 313 by Gov Beckham In cases of mur der where the prisoner was serving a life setnence In the prison Gov Brown pardoned 43 Gov Bradley 66 Gov Beck ham IL Gov Brown also pardoned six other life convicts two of thm for rape and four serving a life sentence for a third conviction Gov ill lu sued no pardons in such instances Tay lor in his brief service Issued pardons in felony cases including those whom he thought to be suspected of murdering Gov Goebel If I should serve out the next term of four years In addition 10 what I have served in this term I will have been In office eight years lacking nearly two months and If I keep up the same rate of pardons that I have hereto pardonedInmany cases as each one of three two predecessors did In his four years term have gone Into these statistics not to critlcUe these two them men of experience and dfstinguish ed ability but simply to show thut I have not abused this great power and responsibility which ha my hands I desire a full publication of the records In these matters which will verity the figures I have used These figures clearly show that I have not been in the least reckless In the use of the pardoning power and show to some ex tent how unjust have been the attacks upon me about It In the Raleigh case about which somuch has been said and about which there has been so much falsehood the circuit Judge prosecutingI attorneys the father of was killed and a large number of alIt cials and good citizens strongly recommended the pardon My enemies have gone so far as to wilfully fabricate a story In order to retie r Raleigh fired upon this girl while sho was fleeing from him after he had improperly accosted her There never was a shadow of truth in ti i baser falsehood was never uttered The father of the girl would never have ask ed for the pardon If such had been true strongletterand stated that he did not believe that Raleigh hud tired the shot which killed the girl His statement certainly re lieves the ease of any poli rlntI merely cite this as an Illustration of the miserable character of the lIght on me Like all governors In some few cases I may have been Imposed upon and made mistakes but I have never Is sued a pardon for a polltcal purpose or where I did not conscientiously believe It pardoningused and I have tried the best I could to so use It but a governor must have a heart of tone to resist all the pathetic appeals from mothers wives and chil dren for the release of a son a husband responslbllItyernor of Kentucky must undergo Inmost of the cases where I have issued pardons circuit judges prosecuting at torneys jUlIJ h and citizens have asked for the pardons My record In all these matters Is open to the Inspection of every one and there has hardly been a day in the last few months that xomv rtj enemies has not been in the office where every opportunity lir for examination and they have been un able to make any capital out of It ex cept by misrepresentation and falsifica republicanshaveItal out of the recent troubles in Breath Itt county and with their usual blunder attemptedI accept the challenge upon that or themThyor upon all and we shall cheerfully mittthem upon any subject they may choose The only question up m which we must themIstheyhaereally afraid to discuss with them the awful condition of affairs In that benighted country on the other side of the globe We sincerely hope that they will carry Servia In this election as a com pensation for their losses in Kentucky and we are wIlting to go so far as to give them a letter of recommendaUon to the Servians as a suitable crowd to run that government and keep things Inter estlng by their superb marksmanship and their ability to change dynasties at the crack of a rifle We would even our Influence with the people over thero to Induce them to Invest some of our suflixr where proud sovereigns usually tract their royal lineage back to some ances tral shotgun or dagger what a magnificent ruler would be n Taylorvltch or a thisforeignto take up with us the Breathltt county situation about which we feel better able to meet them That there has been trouble in that county nobody denies that there have been gross exaggerations and misrepresentations about the condi everybody a everythingthese troubles im one i thesefeudalpresent generation there have been Just as serious feudal troubles even more so in other counties of the state as this InPerrywhere state troops had to be sent were even more desperate than this The reason there has been so much said about this one is because thure is a state cam paign on and the republican party politi hopelessly a upon which It can go before the people This trouble has been purely local and outbreakministration Many peopie have forgotten about that simply because exIgencyhashesitatedfort to make something out of that sit pardonedcounty out of the penitentiary when the prison rocords show only seven and one other man was pardoned before he was sent to the prison They circulated the pardoneda matter of fact he was pardoned once himformcanor charge and J B Marcum was the chief petitioner for the pardon Such contemptible mlsstatemerits would de servo no notice except for the fact that overtheseen any correction of them A short situation a crisis last May when Air Marcum was assassinated by someone from the court IIcial power to have the SFHSKIII or asssins brought to trial The democratic officials both state and district went thetroubleA prompt trial was had in Breathltt county and a hung Jury resulted Eleven hangInJettupon hanging the Jury The cases Wer SWTCORILike e througthesomewhere The springs of red blood are found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow the spleen with the richest pf all fats the pure cod liver oil andinvalidsblood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but strength to do their proper work Send for free simple SCOTT a BOWNltr ChemlsU 409415 Pearl Street Xw York socandfIDO anrisggists lorn Hall a well krwwrr Confederate and river writer died tuddonly In Lon isville Lr probateyesterday transferred to Harrison county where a trial was recently held and the Jury con- Victed both Jcit and White and gave thlland the conviction In three months from the time of the assassination and yet has been over three and a half yearsIsince Wlllllam Goebul was murdered and tfonspiredoishment the repuultcuns nan shown the same desire to punish his assassins that the democrats did to punish Mar ums assassins then both crimes would now bo avenged The troubles in Breath Itt seem now to be at an end and I be lIce there will be no further outbreak In that county 1 have done everything that I could to relieve the situation there and to see that the law should be a r udiflicultyday but It is a matter of fact that no other feudal trouble In KeiuucKy was ever suppressed and ended In so short t hherea g mthoroughbeen hard to withdraw them or reduce their numbers because the good people there have been so Impressed with their t peacehatthe soldiers leaving But the force Is now reduced to about 25 men and In a s uwuyIful about calling the military power Into active service and have only aboutIIwhich they were called and no theirIhav always acted in such matters under the constitutional provision that the mil- Itary power shall always be In strict subordination to the civil authorities h8JIIBreathltt county affair I demand thatmy opponent Mr Belknap face thatsue as I do I have always been frank and honest with the people of Kentucky maddIwhateverImay come before me officially but I have carefully followed urv and closely watched the proceedings In the case of the two men Jett and WhiteSat Cynthlana I feel that I am ac quainted with the facts and I believe as did that jury that they were guilty of the assassination of Marcum and 1 can say to the people that I will never par thoughMarcum frankIteeing generalities about seeing the guilty punished will do He must be apes foughtassassination pubiel that crime is familiar to all It was the thehistoryconspiracyIgovernor was foully shot down by an buildInggovernorIone has ever donned the stripes for his part In It Many of the guilty are now knownIbut every Intelligent citizen of Kentucky MrBplknaptucky ask him the shade of the mur IntendIPowers or others Implicated in that con spiracy Would you If so fortunate as requisitionasTaylor and FInley the selfconfessed as KentuckyjuryI believe my state to be the best In the union and her people to be the noblest otKentuckyreflection upon her honor KJeatcommonwealth thentakeof Indiana and say that these men can andthatThis too the state over which you are ambitious to preside as chief execu beforeandklndnthe late republican convention was Its action In giving special prominence tomy part In the collection of claims atraloltheto keep It out of this campaign But andjofthemeanthingsI would really believe that its whole and electionIrecognition of the valuable assistance cmphaslzlngIto under stand Intelligenceand publleliteothers and that is I have never fallen notgfvlnif neverIas soon as under stand It CalIa claims due from the national government and I make the assertion which I can prove that Kentucky has collected this money at less cost than any other state c1almsRomeof arms and equipments About 171000 eICentuoky soldIerInmoney was due him The last administration either made no effort or failed to collect it Capt Cal tttightAt one stage of the effort by his skill and nblllty he succeeded In baying the 121000I toI use the states money for the collection and disbursement of this claim and Iallowed him under contract fifteen per IItatehasThe soldier boys never objected to It for it was like finding money to them Calhouning to 13I3m3S This had been due the state for a number of yeqrs but since 1879 no serious attempt had been made to ahaddye and threeeighths per cent and that cheaplycollfctldany state I give a lIt of such claims IsthethelowelltHere Is the list tState71199Maine15164015MassachusettsVermont 2Sn45356 25 7011339 6S3S2Pennsylvania 2S37BR7NewSuit was brought against the state to recover on this contract Tho Massachusetts claim has not yet Fearful Odds Against Him SuchInsoldier by name of J J Heavens Versailles O For years lie was troubled with kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines gave him relief At puthimhe testifies Im on the road to com plete recovery Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of ptomach and bowel complaints Only 50c Guaranteed by drllgg 1m Jacob B Smith a former well known Chicago chief committed suicide by throwing himself from a fourth story window Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin and Blood Di seases Also Cured tookBotaniccured an eating cancer cf the nose and perfectlyManyas hopeless Hundreds of cases of can cer atiuR6oreB suppurating swellings BalmAmoDIC lipwerecharge from the eating sore Doctors BloodBalm BloodBalmmore cabs and fcales bone pains ul poisoncarbuncleson the skin and all blood troubles Im weakkidneystie with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by OiDescribeadiceeiitin Ml d letter 1m keea paid by the government but JIM teen allowed by the auditor for the War tcpartment for a few dollars more thaa he amount above stated This comparison shows how unjust has teen the criticism of me for the feo ale pwcd for the collection of these claims no apology whatever to make fort I am proud of It and I would do thr same thing again if the occasion ihould arise Out of this money we have paid off our state debt and still have a balance left from It of I2I3S4 I haveu trytngIman ever h d splenidj citizen of Kentucky begrudges him one cent of his fee I want this whole matter fully discussed before the people and understood by them The statement made y some irresponsible persons that I had originally him for a fee not to r on the whole amount is noth ing more or less than a deliberate false appliedtoade up ofa large number of separate The general assembly with scarcely any opposition passed a bill which In effect ratified the contract The republicans have been talking agreat deal about giving us a business administration We hope they do not mean the same kind of business thattheir last candidate for governor Taylor gave us We have had quite enough of that and the people of Kentucky after their sad experience with the disastrous policies and military methods of the republican party during its rule in the state are Inclined to be very skeptical about this proposed business adminis tration It looks too much like the Tro Ian horse and we fear that if this noble brchanceTaylorllliar characters My distinguished opponent not only In his speech accepting the nomination promised In the event of his election to undertake the miraculous task of restoring natures nobility to Kentucky but he has also in all of his utterances talked about having a business admln istration and told about his great success c partyhargeand that this has not been a business ad myfrienderited nnr accumulated a vast fortune ince I entered the public service at the age of nineteen as a teacher In the com Ihavethe art of accumulating money for my tpoortnanciallyteen years ago and I must confess thatIn this respect my opponent Is far more beingboastfulnd Justly lay claim to the fact that my iervlces to the commonwealth have been rom a business standpoint equally as successful as his services have been for himself When I came into this office at a time of great civil discord with law lessnesR and crime rampant with the state capital In the hands of an armed mob and with the whole structure of our revolutionfairs of the commonwealth In a disorder ed condition and a debt upon the state of Jl000000 As I have shown before the democratic administration by Its dill gence and businesslike methods has placed the state in the best financial con dition It ever enjoyed before and hatpaid off before It was due almost the en tire debt believe it is safe to say that In no similar period In our history has t Kentuckyhanbecause It has been assured of the rigid enforcement of the laws Kentucky has never been In a better condition than now for commercial and Industrial de velopment Some Idea can be given In this line by an examination of the roe ords in the corporation department of the secretary of stats office It Is a criterion or a pulse which indicates to a large extent the business Activity In the state Let JR make a comparison from the records and see what they show Dur ing the four years of the republican ad ministration there were organized under the laws of the state sro corporations with an aggregate capital of J366fiS730 and the organization tax paid thereon Into the state treasury was ttGecs34 Dur ing the first three years and six months of this administration there were organ ized 1702 corporations with a capital of 9fi02jn5 and the organization tax on It which went Into the state treasury was 99G03 The current six months of this term will largely Increase this showing The difference will be more than 3 to 1 In our favor and It Indicates that the business Interests have great confidence in a democratic administration Even the firm of W B Belknap Co of which my opponent Is a member has prospered so greatly under this admin istration that they found It necessary to relncorporate last spring and Increased their capital stock from 1000000 to Ji500000 Surely he ought to be satisfied with the condition of affairs under dem ocratic rule when he enjoys such prosperity as that I do not know what- changefin business methods he would In augurate In the state government but I am quite sure that some such methods practiced by his firm would not be tol crated by the people In the conduct of their affairs I respect Mr Belknap as a man and gentleman but as he and his art have seen lit to measure him as a business man against me and are seek- Ing to disparage me and his newspapers are hUy reeking with foul slanders against me he too must stand under close Inspection as to his merits In that I may not have been such a success as he has so far as my personal interests are concerned but I at least have enough business saaclty to know the difference between a fourhorse wagon and a shot gun and I have never been Indicted by a federal court and compelled to pay a fine upon a plea of guilty for not draw Inc the proper distinction between those two valuable articles of Interstate com merce Since I have been governor every official and employe In the state govern ment has received from me the most courteous and considerate treatment I am a democrat In practice as well as in principle and the door of my office has been opened as cordially to the humblest citizen In the commonwealth as to the proudest The laboring man whether from the field the factory or the mine with natures honest sweat upon his brow has always been as welcome in my presence as the head of any powerful corporation Such have been my policy andIthe good people of Kentucky again elect me to this high office I have tried to the best of my ability to perform my duties honorably and to treat all classes and all parties even our republican friends wllh equal and exact justice and ImpartialityIn my fellowcitizens I am glad to give hope to you of a brilliant victory at the polls In November I ask of the democratic people of Kentucky that they be not satisfied with a small majority but that they shall roll up such a tremendous vote it will remove for a long time to come all danger of repub lean supremacy take Kentucky absolutely out of the doubtful column and send nationaldpmocrafYplete and permanent and let us send out the promise with reason and confidence to the democrats throughout the country that next year when our presl Identlal ticket Is nominated Kentucky Is certainly for It by a good oldfashloncd majority It can be done It will be done If our people will only realize the bril liant opportunity before them and will do their full duty In this election The democratic party In Kentucky Is more united and harmonious now than It has been in ten years Most of those who left us in 1836 and 1899 have returned to the fold and we should greet them with pastbehenceforth shoulder to shoulder as demo rats with our hearts full of devotion for the welfare of our state and nation Lift up on hleh the banner of democracy pure and undrBIed and with your arms bared for work In a righteous cause your eyes fixed upon the bright star of hope place that honored banner not only upon upontheemploye4n Notic- have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big this county About fifty acres of this lund 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 this land 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 ing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S 0 CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 600 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which Is used propertyliifins tock farm couid not secure better property juii 36mo A ti organization was formed in Nas1 yule for the purpose of raising a lund of 10000 to reproduce the Hermitage at the worlds fair Distress After Eating Cured GreellBb1Lnnays Two years ago Isuffored IreatdlstresRtor an hour or so and ray nights were looQIDyilpePllia refreshingandWines im Let everybody attend tha lair next wee It Farm For Sale One of the best farms in Kentucky on two good pikes 14 miles fromirail roadstallon and postofliee Ercnjlent improvements all in grass wellwa tered Contains 255 acres could be nlvidnd Terms extra easy E B EVANS apr 1 tf lIed House Ky A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dir covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregnlarities of the kidneys and bladder in bothmen and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment anti will cure any case above lIIanISend fur testimonials fcold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I began using it to day I weight 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JOHN Rinim Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew ItFo ONSTTMPTION I OOOI1S and OIDS A Cure Perfect 50c For All Throat and Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial tUes free I I The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkilf Proprietor culls your attention to his spring stock of rarryallc inrries haggles etc They have nov er shown a larger stork or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of injjiries wagons etc a sppciiilty best work and lowmt pi ices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Hicbtuond Gtrrini Works If S L MIUKIFP Prop Now is tIm limn to look over your vehicle anil have them put in order for the coininir season We make a penalty of flue repair work and era ploy iioihini hut the let workmen Call an Ipo us before pdnir elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand n com lets line of upto slate station wnirons btiigi nina bouts etc Uirlnniind Carr lII Works tf S MIDKIFK Prop Congressman Tiinntli U Sullivan of New yrk wiis eIeuted Grand Wor thy Mauler of the Fraternal Order of Eagles RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packt is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them 00Dissolution Notice The firm of Allman Gutnbert ban by mutual consent this day dissolved partnership Mr Allman retiring from the business Those parties knowinc hemselveK indebted to the firm will please call aud bettlr D R ALLMAN CIIAS OuhinEnT August 15 1903oct2 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 railroadstation and postoffice with fine church and school facilities Farm contains improvedAddress to Mrs Nannie J Green IJantf BLUFFTON GA l IISALESI 1180001A PriceI tVatcnesII This is the IngersoII Dollar Watch which sells at the itt lowest price carries the strong and2lhasllthan all other Perfect4Jjjin OtherPtWhereorpcistnnldbyusfcyion Booklet Free Robt H Ingersoll 6 Bro Dept 3 51 MAIDEN UNE NEW YORK MEATMALTsL Tfcerea life aad tII1Ter7 Brei A ualCOIIItitumPUUOLD MALT Lori Ky Janoairu IQaI KyCdmeThiaTiscexsmnedyoorMeataal alnteal MakI nKateexcites the appoSite and inrtaoratei digranois and RIIdaUdiiMaMultecMIetI L D KASTENBINE M D l lMille Collee ol Pteraucy MET MMT 99 JLMfferMfa K For Sa14byB L Middeltou ARBUGKLE SIMMONS + sCALJ5AT JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WEEN III TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation liennlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St WeaR HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indlgestlonheart disease not organic are not only Indlgestlonwhich falls of perfect digestion ferments and agalnsttheheart thatdellcalestomachtroubleaadwasinawith It I took Kodol Drtpepsla Curs for about months and It aired me Kodol Digests What You Eat fourI nervousIFor sale bylPerrv Thomas OneEye AtaTime Thats the wav we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both stiller We use modern appliances and scien title skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt nnr reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s b a 9eat- 1tat 51tnmot g Within a year diamords worth 827200000 have come through the New York Cus tom House TH- ENewYork Clipper IS VHE PaperinAll persons 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