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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr yLL e f pi f + THE RICHMOND CLIMAXLt1 1t t i r r1VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1903 NUMBER Jr i PHONE 80 U BC WINES DRUG STORE U COR MAIN FIRST Rfp7Im7I 7I 7rFm7I7I tEverything + In Fall Goods ffi AT THE HUSTLING CASH STORE IS BRAN NEWI 7F 0 our first fall season for business in your 1kof fall stuff in every line is entirely new 5jx We have no old goods to selL t The latest things in Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams Percales Etc are arriving daily and we take pleasure in showing youto LFoil Winter Clothing Shoes and Hats are all complete in fact we are crowded in these lines and we are v iC willing to exchange bargains lor space If you need something in these lines dont agefail to see us before making your choice F ffiI Any purchase from us means you will send your and friends to see us tkat they too may learn to be wise and buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money FI LACKEY HAMllTON Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky h t 7iF F71 I 7i I i 7Iffi 7 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings StripesIngrainsTHREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Readings etc Just received new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select fromI cS re eS NI Willging 209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad CHEAP RATESSpecial Low Rates October 20 1903 14 18 and neighbors Oeo LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans and return Jacksonville and return Vicksburg andreturn and intermediate points Houston Texas and return Beaumont Texas andreturn Lake Charles La andreturn and intermediate points Proportionate rates from other points Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas 4ILQOP Secial Low One way nnd Houndtrip Rates in effect nn first and third Tuesday ill each mouth to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of theSpriiiffs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad a ent or address P W BARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky t The Right Side of Paint The practical painter says there are two sides to every question but the man who always uses Patton s SUNPROOF Paint both inside and outside is on the right side of the paint question Pattons Sun roor Paints are prepared in the Patton propor- tionsW whiCh produces a paint unlike any other in durability beauty and covering qualities It resists the action of heat and cold holds its gloss Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of Paiut Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St MilwaufceeWla FOR SALE BY I George M Willging Paints Wall Paper Glasi Far1LII Announcements FOrt OUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W ttornparty nORJOKsubject to the action of Shs Democratic party We are authorized to announce W IL Attorneyof the Democratic tarry FOR SHERIFF WBDemocratIcWe are authorized U announce B B Million subJectFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER ofMadisonDemocratic party CGROGSasrvmnty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES CountysuhjectWeare authorized to announceJ U DOZIER countysnbJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candl ate for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the action of the Dem catic party Wears authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county aubjet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PUCKISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONlAKESJailer of Madison cluntyswbject to the action of the Democratic cutty We are authorized to announce J H KKNNEDY of est End Precinct Uicbmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Eemocrat Ic Party U e are authorized to announce R pARKE a cmidldaU for Jailer of Madison county subject to the act lotrof the Democratic party We are authorized to announ e R B TER RILL JR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT FEDWARDSPublic Hchools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party JOhNNOLANIPublic Schools of Madison county subject to the action ot the Democratic party- FORASSESSOR tVe are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor tubjectto the action of the Democratic party We am authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We an authorized to announced D F GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of tfee Democratic party Mice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance in coal and iiinbnr The coal mine which is known an the Norman mine is opened up and in in firstclaus condi tion the vein nionintr from 30 to 40 incites thick The timber on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I willeither Rell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir jolt 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 500 acres for sale this land is also well imprond200 acres of which Isused for apple orchards On this property Is a goo l dwelling and one desiring a tine stock farm could not secure better property jun 3Cmo A draft on a horse warm from wOrk or driving will be sure to ruin him A Purgative Pleasure If you ever took DeWitts tTittleEar Iv Risers for biliousness or constipation 1leasureiethe liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects riley do not grIpe sicKfn or weaken but give tone and strength to the tie sues and organs involved W H Howell of Houston Texas says No bet tel can be used than Little E Risers for constipation sick headache etc Sold by EO Wises 1m Men 01 OuR Timbers of oak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the right stuff U Men of oakare men in rugged health men whose soundIcstChildhood is the time to lay the foundation for a sturdy con stitution that will last for years Scotts Emulsion is the right stuffScotts Emulsion stimulates the growing powers of children helps them builda firm foundation for a sturdy constitution Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street Now York SOc and 51 OO all druggists NUTS AND TOMATOES As a Steady Diet Cured Paraly sis and Brights Disease Peter Johnson of 1012 Washington avenue South has had nothing to eat but a handfulof nuts and a raw tomato a day for nine months He is a living example of the socalled fasting fad for fool ish persons Johnson had partial paraly sis of the left side a year ago he was the victim of Brights disease weighed 240 pounds suffered from asthma and was informed by his medical advisers that he couldnot live more than a monthor two Now Johnson weighs 170 pounds is harder than nails and free from aches or pains Johnson fasted nearly forty days when he began his cure Then as he tells the story- I ate half a tomato a day for a week and then increas ed to a whole tomato After a while addda half pound of mixed nuts Three weeks from the time I began eating I was told to eat more by de grees but never to overfeed I shall never take a chance The tomato and the nuts with plenty of water keep me inI splendid condition I am as sound as the day I was born I can do four times the days work I used to do What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse that law even slightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of the orenns resulting in constipation headache or liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly re adjust this Its gentle yet thorough Only 2uu at all drug stores liu How a Bashful Young Man Lost His Best The following is told on a young man of Mariba who called to spend the evening with his best girl in Frenqh burg not long since As it was getting late and threatening rain the young ladys father prevailed upon him to remain over night and he very reluctantly accepted He was a very bashful young man and the next morning when seated at the tablet he was very nervous and agitated He sat opposite a mirror and discovered that he had forgotten to comb his hair Then he dropped his fork on the floor and as he stopped to pick it up he upset his cof fee Matters went on from bad to worse until the young man finally quit eating and put his hands under the table The loose end of the tablecloth was lying in his lap and when he touched it he turned pale He thought it was his shirt and that in his nervous excitement while dressing he had forgotten to put the garment in his trous erThat accounted for his elnbarrassment There was no time to lose He hurried ly stuffed the supposedshIrt inside his trousers Two minutes later when the fami ly arose from the table there was a cra hThe dishes lay in broken mass on the floor Th youJJ man pulled three feet of table cloth out of his pants and fled through the bidingifora less bashful lover VOTE FOR IT Mr W CNones Advice to Farmers and Country Merchants on Constitu tional Annendment The Executive Committee of the State Commercial Convention which is advocating the adcp 01 of the amend ment to the State constitution permitting cities to fix their own methods of taxation is sending out the following statement from Mr W C Nones President of the Ken tucky Wagon Manufacturing Company of this city Farmers and country mer chants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amend ment of the constitution will not beneficially effect you If you want exit ting facto ries in our towns and cities to grow so as to riveemploy ment to more men if you want more consumers for your farm products and more buyers at your counters if you want lower interest rates When you borrow money if you want to lessen your State and county taxes in a word if you want as much prosperity throughout the length and breadth of our grand old Commonwealth as prevails in other States then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for it- The beneficial effects which will follow the adoption of the meudment are so vast that they can hardly be estimated The evil that will result if by any chance theamendment should fail of adoption will be disastrous in the extreme to the best interests of the State Battleship Kentucky In Colors The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway has just had completed for distribu tion a large order of pictures of the Battleship Kentucky which is a work of art and should be in every Kentucky home The picture is repro duced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph by Mr Enrique Mueller the official photographer for the United States Navy taken as the ship is leaving New York harbor for a cruise It is done in colors the grey fighter slowly plowing its way through the carefully shaded green of the sea and carry ing at the top of her Fagstaff the stars and stripes in their natural red white and blue It is admirably suited for farming but as it is gotten out on heavy fiveply enam eled cardboard it will prove an ornament to any home without framing Six cents in postage sent to L J Irwin G P A of the popular Hen derson Route at Louisville Ky will bring this beautiful picture to your home Burned Ccb3 For Hors Burned corncobs If you have no ashesIlators that hogs can be given to keep them in healthy condition As to the manner of burning these cobs one breeder says to dig a hole in the ground five feet deep one foot In diameter at the bottom and five feet at the top using this hole as a charcoal pit Into this pit place some combustible mutter and Ignite To this gradually add dry corn cobs until the pit is full After the flames have thoroughly penetrated these cobs place over the pit a sheqt iron cover so as to exclude the air if there are any crevices around these should be covered with soil In the course of ten or twelve hours the char coal will be ready for use This char coal may be fed hlone to hogs or mixed in the following way Six bushels of corncob charcoal eight pounds of salt two quarts ot airslacked lime and one bushel of wood ashes The charcoal should be broken up fine and these substances thoroughly mlxdo together One writer adds to this mixture one and one quarter pound of copperas which be dissolves in hot ward sprinkling this over the mixture The mixture may then be fed to hogs at certain intervals or what is better it may be placed where the hogs may have free access to it at all times Indiana Farmer Lake N uchatel is a kind of sportsmans paradise A gentleman of Gletterns in Fribourg using the net from a boat near Chevroux the other day drew out two trout of which one is locally reported to have weighed 29 pounds and the other 19 pounds His tQtal catch besides these two monsters of the trout kind weighed 100 pounds ll PRODUCTS OF A STATE Are Foundations of Wraith But Industries Are the SINEWS OF FINANCIAL STRENGTH Secretary Peyton N Clarke Gives an Interesting Interview on tbe Denrflts That Will Come From the Adoption of the Con Btltutloual Amendment- In November himself always In the front ranK when contests are waged for state development Mr Peyton N Clarke of Louisville was naturally turned to by the Constitutional Amendment Com mittee for its Secretary He has un selfishly devoted much of his time to all propositions of this kind and Is easily one of the best posted citizens of the State on the Constitutional Amendment The following review of the benefits to accrue was furnished by him for our readers You will understand of course that the proposed Amendment will not interfere in any manner with the present method of assessing real estate and personal property for State and county purposes All towns and clUes will continue as heretofore to pay taxes for State and county pur poses under the present law and the proposed Amendment If adopted will make it possible for any town or city In the State to secure an act of the Legislature providing that In raising revenues for strictly local purposes towns and cities of any class may sub stitute for t e present ad valorem system such licenses franchises and excise laws in subjecting personal property to its fair share of the ex penses of such towns and cities as may take advantage o the Amendment when adopted- It would seem to be a perfectly fair proposition to allow the towns and cities In the State to raise their revenue for strictly local purposes in any manner they see fit and no fair minded person could reasonably object to allowing them this privilege but the main object and purpose of the Amendment is of far greater moment and interest to every citizen in the State whether he is a resident or a town or city or resides In the coun try districtsThe of a State are Its foundation of wealth but Its Industries are the sinews of its financial strength Without Industries which afford markets in proximity to the products the producers are badly handicapped and if compelled to send their products to distant markets where there Is greater competition and Increased expenses as well as numerous losses It is perfectly plain that the producer must suffer Now in order to secure more in dustries which means more employes and more mouths to feed we mst en courage the establishment of new en terprises and at the same time by in creasing the capacity of those already established secure an staple home market for our home products Other States have seen the wisdom of this policy and Kentucklans should not be allowed to lag behind them Our geographical position end enorm ous undeveloped wealth should nable us to occupy a place In the front ranks of Industrial development and the future welfare and prosperity or tne State can be settled in a great measure by the adoption of the Constitu tional amendment Manufacturers and other industries cannot be Induced to locate In Kentucky while our taxes on such Industries are greater than In other States with which we have to compete Therefore In order to secure the benefits our position and advan tages entlll us to we must be able to offer the same inducements as are of tered by our neighbors While the proposed Amendment will nut change In any manner the present method of assessing real es tate for State and county taxes it must not be concluded thatJt will not greatly benefit the entire State It is confidently believed that the sew law will enable the assessors to disclose a vast amount of property not at present in reach of the assessors and If this result should follow there ynxiM be an opportunity for an 1m mediate and radical reduction in the tax rate for State and county pur poses by which every taxpayer In the State would be directly benefited The main advantage would be in the inducement to new Industries to locate in our midst new capital to seek in vestment in our farms mines and rich Umber lands and by thus increasing our wealth and importance the result would invariably follow of a reducton in the tax rate It Is a very simple proposition that the more property to be taxed the lower the rate necessary to secure the same revenue A recent change in the Kentucky incorporation law has kept vast sums of money In our State which before the change referred to went to other States and the numerous enterprises now being incorporated in Kentucky will continue to add to its revenues for all tine to come and if anyone has been damaged in any way by the change there has been no discovery of thetacLIt could gain so much bjr a simple change in the statutes why should she not gain a great deal more by a change in the revenue law as proposed in the Amendment to be voted on In November This is a grave proposition and de serves the most Intelligent thought and action of our citizens King Edward is the only English monarch whohas vis ited St Pauls publicly for any purpose but that of thanks giving Only one sovereign has exceeded the number of visits made by Edward VII to the present structure Queen Anne paying no fewer than seven to commemorate victories over Frances and Spain Diphtheria sore throat croap In stant relief permanent cure Dr Thom as Eclectric oil At any dni store Floridas orange and pine apple crop is estimated at 2500000 An obiM xk s3ormof light literature is gws bilL o u r r Store has assortment select and wear same the birds perfect the gener specific This intended very favorite Fall Attire button double with square ers collars and latest pegtop natty the best young are We A merchant would charge you more and you fit or quality and style and keep you waitin days besides styles at prices you FALL SUIT drop in and over D Cure a Cold in Take Bromo Tablets Seven boxes sold in months Signature D B Shaekelford sell both and power feed cutters shredders and or without blowers also and power corn shellers the farmers pay tion to this of ad vices tf HALF RATES TO BaltimoretMaryland 5= ACCOUNT Sovereign Grand Lodge LOOFTickets 18 19 and Good returning to September 28 privilege of extension to 3 1903 Trains Daily 3Solid Dining Cars Drawing Room Sleepers and Observation STOPOVERS AT Washington Mt and Mel For time of trains sleeping car Reservations call on nearest Agent or address o P MCCARTY A Cincinnati We keep hand at all a good supply of Creek Coal the new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Creek Ky and do hesitate to that you will find this to be an and will reduce coal bills nearly At the same time you Satisfaction Red Ash Jellico and other Coal Feed Cement Etc are still in the e S and solicit a share of your patronage and Prompt Service and Good Weight LetcherWitt Coal Yard and Varelaouse iPboeei4 LNDepot R1e1KY r And I Busy Bee Cash Outfitters Particular People Richmond Ky WISE Is Man who buys Cool Weather ber a larger to from he gets longer for the beingtheIts story of the early feast How much wiser then is the man who confines September selection to SchlossHand Tailored Clothes A SchlossMade Suit is a expression of the tailoring The design ma terials the honest workmanship the al effect being chosen with the view putdresspiecture is to show the latest in The Reliance Sack the new three breasted cut effect close clinging the trousers shouldIsuit dressed fellows wearing Have Them at tailor give no better not as ranch a week or ten have other for other men other Before buy your let us talk it W Oldham Co Outfitters to Particular People Richmond Kentucky rTo Day Laxative Quinine MDHon past 12 This t Co hand fodder shuckers with hand great atten class labor saving VIA September 20 with October Vestibuled Coaches Cars DC Deer Park Lake Park Oakland rates etc your Ticket GP Ohio on times Brush from not say ideal Coal your onebalf giving perfect Also grades lime Sand We SS We Guarantee Polite to He old his art 15 We One JlI in Cures CripI on every box 25c rBig UI11 roaJe J ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnlte Coal t Guaranteed tolast all night in ordinaryJt grate without any attention r+ + + +++4 V MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row Buys The ClothinginSeptem jktNsci further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago 7FR 7I RR HUMPHREYS GROCERY 1 MAIN ST i PRODUGR Exchangefl Groceries Everything sold at LOWEST PRGESc t CALL AND SEE ME oj t R H HUMPHEYS 1i Tekphon 31 4 qc i1L I 1 ki 1 1 Ti 4 iri a rip Hr i 1 11 j r1 t e S 4sqe e e v Mc S I COSTII i e s O- Si t OXFORDS 0 A IJs s e sAND 4i1 s iiiininer Underwear IRLl I s s I A T COS T 0 s I To Make Room For Fall Stock Hi e S I1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 1j I Main Street Richmond t Ky 5 SI S sS seaS S S SSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSS SS SS SSSj55 S eS sss es ss s sssssssoosse S esssSsSSSS SS QSSSS SS S sssssssis1 he Richmond Climax O CHENAULThuoh President A D MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY SEPT S3 1903 rUBLISHKU EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated t itDEMOCRATIC TICKET HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITEC- ONSTFrUTIONAL AMENDMENT To Ci Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 50 An act to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ot Kentucky The General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES- OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro vide for taxaUon for municipal purpose on personal property tangible and intangible based on income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class ehall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on euch property of any steam railroad etreet railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electric light or electric power com pany u BIT for the timely though accidental discovery by the policemen of Louis villethe list of Republican voters would have been increased seoeral thousand in that city The scheme was novel indeed The Republicans had supplied fictitious names as tenants in numerous negro settlements of the city and were making preparations to reg ister them next month These would then be voted by negroes imported from other states and colonized in dif ferent sections shortly before election day It gratifying to know that so dirty a scheme has been checked CIF1 BrowerCol LEXINGTON KY Easy to Pick The proper Wall Paper design from our splendid stork There isnt a more attractive collection ofar tistic Wall Papers any where Our Long Experience Our Large Stock Our Expert Hangers- are at your service come and see us CFBfowfiflCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky pHtb z r Official Vote in Democratic City Primary Sept 17th PRECINCTS Hurt House Wst End UnlveridtySast Total = Clmn o ctai CoUOImnI CoullcJlmunI Nov 0 p 1It t 3tc a 0 t = == p un0 n n j f r j a 11 4l 43 21 3 tl 27 M GIU tIll tQ Si 62 47 50 112 8 110 sa lO ei ci sa 7s 110 M 46 48 33 75 M M Q n14111 m m m m 35ii 31i ALTHOUGH she has been to Frankfort any number of times last week was the first time Mrs Henry Youtsey has called on her husband since Ibis confession ot the plot to kill Goebel It is not known what her visit to the penitentiary meant as there has been no reason given o- utPERSONAL Mrs lames B McCreary was in Lex iu ton last week Mrs C E Smith spent fair week with MissMollie Fife Mr and Mrs Jv Stone Walker were in Louisville lastVoek Mr Edwin Galbraith of Illinois was here last week visiting friends Miss Sallie Taylor has been visiting Mrs Teyis Uilkerson in Lexington Mrs Z 1 Rice has returned from a visit to her parents near Lancaster The Cecilian Club will resume its work for the winter on October 14 Mrs George Evans Jr visited in Cincinnati several days last week Mrs Dr Ernest Jones of Paint Lick is visiting her mother in Lawrenceburg Mr and Mrs Liberty Cox of Irvine are guests of Mr and Wm Park near townMiss Mattie Dunn of Lexington has been visiting Miss Mayme Pickels on BroadwayMiss Hamilton of Estill county has been visiting relatives at Union City Mrs Charles Hendren of Beatty ville is visiting friends and relatives iu this city Mrs Uallnrd H Luxon is at home from a visit to her mother in Clulli cothe Ohio- Dr7EM Jones 01 Paint Lick left last Wednesday for a two weeks visit in South Carolina Mr J Stone Walker Jr has gone to Garden City Long Island where he willattendschool Miss A G Nelson of Cincinnati has arrived and will trim this season for Miss Katie Schmidt Mrs George Ballard of Richmond is the guest of her father Mr Joe Fran cis Central Record Mrs M M Hangar of Staunton Va is the guest of Mrs Harry B Hanger at Arlington- Mr and Mrs Join Allen of Carlisle spoilt last week with Mr and Mrs J W Zaritie at the Glyndou Mr C S Hooker baa returned to his home in Dana Ind after a visit to his brother Dr C C Hooker Prof Robert Mitchell of Winchester formerly band instructor at this place was here last week on business Capt W B Jones of Silver Creek left last Wednesday for South Carolina where he will spend the winter Mr and Mrs A R Harris will leave today for Hot Springs Arkansas where they will spend several weeks Mr and Mrs H B Hanger and Mrs M 11 Hanger attended the funeral of Mrs David Prewitt ill Lexington last weekMrs Emma Powell and daughter Miss Bertha of Bloomington III are guests of Mire Lucy Adams on the CampusMr Mrs Matt Cohen and little daughter Anne Bennett left yesterday STATE OF OHIO CITY or TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY f ss FRANK 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 said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 I A W GLEASON 1 SEAL Notary Pufcftc Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the evstea Send for testimonials free 0SoldliRilI FiiUy rUII Ire UN Met r t for Lexington where they will reside in the future Mr lobe WDodea brilliant young attorney of Jacksonville Florida is here on a visit to his parents Dr and Mrs W H Dodge Mrs Emma Powell and daughters will leave today for their home in Bloomington Illafter a short visit with relatives here willIillness at the Gibson Infirmary She is however resting as well as can be expected Mrs H C Shipp of Cyntbiaiia has Captainseriously ill at his home in the county The many friends of Dr J W Harris will be pleased to know that he is improving from his recent severe attack of malarial fever and stomach trouble Mr Henry P Reid has resumed his position on the CLIMAX utter a few months absence at Mt Sterling Hap HowdyDolMr Arthur Todd and bride nee Miss Kitty French have returned from their bridal tour and are at home to their friends at Mrs Hagans on West Main street Mr Neale Bennett left yesterday morning for Seattle Washington where he will join his family whQ have been spending the summer there with Mrs Evan S McCord Earle Chenault was given aIMiBB welcome home last week from her trip abroad Miss Chenaults trip was most delightful She visited many places of interest while gone Miss Annie E Frazee of North Broadwav has returned home after an absence of two months delightfully spent with Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb at their beautiful country home at Red House Lexington Leader Messrs W L Crutcher of Richmond and Terry Hagan of Garrard county were in the city yesterday on business Mr Crutcher was the first Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue for this district under Clevelands administra tlonDanville Advocate Miss Mary McLaurin of Jacksonville Florida who has been the guest ofDr and Mrs W H Dodge will leave to morrrow for her home She will be ac companied by Mrs Mary D Maddox who will spend the winter with her brothers in the sunny South Messrs William and Neale Bennett left yesterday morning for Seattle Washington where they will make a short visit to Mr and Mrs Evan S Mc Cord They will be accompanied homo by Mrs Neale Bennett and children who have been summering in Seattle Mr Robert Lanter of Portsmouth Ohio is visiting friends and relatives in the city and county Mr Lanter who at one time had charge of the livery business of W W PiggSon left this city eleven years ago for Ohio where he has since married and is now a prominent farmer of the Buckeye State Miss Sallie Taylor has gone back to Richmond aflera visit to Mrs Tevis Wilkerson Miss Ethel Thomas daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Thomas of Estill Springs after a few days visit here with her grandmother Mrs Charles Hanson will leave this evening for school at HolliiiH Virginia She will be accompanied as far as Clifton Forge by her aunt Mrs Gibson Taylor Lexington Leader Septem ber 20 DEATH EVANS Mrs M L Evans aged 83 years died at Maysville Sunday night and was buried here yesterday from the 1255 p m train SIlo was the mother of Rev C F Evans and aunt of the Colyers here Sue Was a Miss Hagan daughter of Samuel G Hagan deceased of Knox county ly She was also related to the Gibson and Bates families The street cleaaiBg brigade did Ie fflaeh aewled ged 4r Monday nn Malls aiioar Amusements A crowded house greeted the Ted E Faust Superb Minstrels in the opening performance of the season at Cravens Opera House Monday evening The spectacular first part was un donbtly as fine as one ever seen in this city The natty costumes worn by the company were new and attractive The music was high class and gave the members excellent opportunity to display their ability which was done to the full satisfaction of the audience The juvenile members who occupied the front row on the stage added much to the beauty of the scene Pop Carr and Gov Bowen the end men appeared in new andnpto date specialties The Herald Square Quartet took the house by storm The musical and pan tomime act by the DArvilles seven in number made a great hit The closing number of the evenings program was given by the Famous Faust family of Australian acrobats numbering ten persons Their work was of a high class and they received hearty applause Throughout the entertainment was firstclass and time local management is to be complimented upon securing such attractionAt House October 1st Seats on sale at Perry Thomaa Mat Cohen Goes To Lexington October It is with deep regret that we are compelled to make a mention of the re moval of Mr Matt Cohen to Lexing ton Since January 1892 when Mr J W Kales first introduced Matt Cohen to our people he has been very popular especially with all lovers of fine horses Mr Cohen is a horseman of rare judgment and is known as a handler of sad die horses second to no man in the State To say that he has maintained and made to grow that reputation is putting it mildly for today the name of Matt Cohen is known to every lover of fine horses in America and as an equestrian be cannot be beaten In April 1894 Mr Cohen married Miss Patsy the second daughter of Mr and Mrs John F Wagers and to this union was born Miss Anne Bennett Co hen who has the suii of only seven summers on her brow and she is a pet and favorite with everybody and she will be missed alike by both old and young In 1899 the L N K R selected Mr Cohen as their live stock agent Through his efforts all the live stock of Central Kentuckyis handled over the L d N To a CUMAX reporter Mr Cohen said Lexington is the strongest competitive point in my ter ritory and the L N knowing this lias induced me to pitch my tent in Fay ettes capital and by them way our dear exagent Frank Carr will go there too on the first of October I however will still look after the business of this county visiting It weekly and retaining this as my home mv place of voting We wish Mr Cohen unbounded success in his new home and we are glad he is not going so far from Foxtown that be cannot come back occasionally Old Folks Concert Matinee at Wiggins Opera House tomorrow Thursday at 330 p m 15 cents The Mexican Veterans will be there Reunion Here ToMorrow Thursday of Mexican Veterans We shall have as our guests tomor row Thursday the 24th the remnant of the grand body of Kentuckians who fought in the Mexican war nearly sixty years ago and we trust the gallant veterans now feeble and bent with age will be cordially received and pro vided for The Veterans hold their reunions an nually and are entertained in such cities or towns as they select and at the last meeting Richmond was selected PROGRAM 1 Veterans and those accompanying them who had not previously arrived will arrive here on the noon trains to morrow Thursday and will be conveyed to the Glyndon Hotel where they will immediately join the pro cession which will march to the Court House one square away where the ad dress of Welcome will be delivered at 115 p m by Hon James B McCreary and be responded to by the President of the State Association of the Mexican War Veterans Col Joe G Crad dock of Paris 2 March hack to Glyndon Hotel at 2 oclock to dinner 3 From the court house the veterans will proceed in a body to the Wiggins Opera House where they will be enter tamed by the Old Folks Concert the managers of which kindly consented to postpone the performance to this time in order to entertain our veteran guests In addition to the rich program of last Monday evening the actors will add some special features reminiscent of the Mexican war Admission to the public only 15 cents 4 Carriages will call for veterans and their attendants and convey them to the homes assigned them 5 Badges for the Veterans bearing a medallion of General Zachary Taylor will be distributed to the Veterans at the Glyndon Hotel at one oclock ThursdayThe committees are requested to keep an active lookout for the comfort of our guests Entertainment Hugh Colver David Chenault Roy White W R Letcher Jr W R Shackelford W B Smith T J Smit- hReceptlonN B Deatberage Joe Collins Dr G W Evans JTevw Cobb R W Miller J W Caperton D R Tevis Clifton Shifiet MusicH H Colyer H R Tevis Alf Douglas Wilkes Baxter Captain Burrus T H Pickets Dinner R R Burnam Geo Gorse flue H B Cosby J W Zaring C F Higgins CE Woods General Arrangements James B McCreary C F Burnam J A Sullivan J Stone Walker Jno C Chenault J Pike Denhatn N B Deatherage Committees are requested to make final reports tomorrow Thursday morning at 10 oclock at the office of Senator McCreary VALLEY VIEW From the Argent Farmers throughout this section are housing tobacco this fine weather Mrs R F Truett returned Saturday from a visit to her father A P Settle at RichmondMr W C Biggeretaff of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Travis Dunn Mrs Mattie Sowers accompanied by her uncle W H Altizer left Monday for Floyd county Virginia Prof J L Carpenter ot Kiagstoa spent Saturday with his brotherinlaw postmaster G M Lyons and family The many friends of that popukr young man Louis C BIggerataff formerly of this place will be pierced to learn that he has accepted a position with Crtttcbor it TrifcWe eiW 8f Bleb 4i 4U uie k9 j Adteeter- My services as an auctioneer can be aecared bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D CIIEJJAULT Telephone 89rmng4 mblBtf Terrillrvy No need to lear sudden attacks of cholera Infantum dysentery diarrhoea youhaveberry in the medicine chest 1m Money to Loan Ican get you monev at 5 per cent in terest ou long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W K LETCHEK JR apt 15 6tno 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 when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See onr new stock of sur rye buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf 8 L MIDRIFF Prop TO CUES A COLD Xlf ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money fit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents Lou Cilloa at Lexington One of the greatest attractions at the annual Trotting Meeting at Lexington will be the attempt of the famous mare Lou Dillon to lower her record of two minutes That she will succeed in this attempt is almost certain and no true Kentuckian can afford to miss the op portunity of witnessing such an interesting and marvelvous exhibition Half tare on all railroads during the meeting October 6 to 17 Low Rates to the State Fair On account of the Kentucky State Fair the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Owensboro Sep tember 19 to 26 inclusive at the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip tickets good returning to and including September 28 Displays greater in all departments than ever before Dont fail to see the great State Fair For complete information call on or address R E Mullane Agent Southern Railway Versailles Ky sa To Chicago and Return The 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 26 to October 1st Trains leave Louisville 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 ears and pullman drawing room sleepers Full information promptly furnished by ad dressing E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky Terrible plagues those itching pest ering diseases of the skin Put an end to misery Doans ointment cures At any drug store 1m Low Rates Following rates In effect via 1 N from Richmond One way secondclass colonist rates to California daily until November 30 3770 Special one way secondclass colonist rates to Northwest daily until Novem ber30 Special Homeseekers round trip rates to South and Southeast October 20 limited to 21 days from date of sale Denver Colorado and return October 3 and 4 limited to October 31 one first class fare plus 60 cents OctoIberJ W HAMILTON Agent Dmmi ion rs alB Wm Q White Plft against Dora Carr to Dna NOTICE OF HALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 190S In the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday October 8th 1903 premIsesInto expose to Public Sale to the highest and b st bidder the following described property viz A Certain Lot on Letcher Aronue Richmond Ky opposite and near to the passenger station of N R R Co am on the north by the lot of Mary Yates on the south by the lot of John Azblll on the west by Letcher Avenue same being in the shape of a triangle and be- Ing the lot con1eyed to by Elizabeth Bill by lJerd recorded In the Madison County Clerks office producetileordered to be made and the costs hereof TKBMSKale will be made on a credit six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effct of a Judgment hearing legal interest from day of of sale with a re served upon said property until all the purchase money Is paid- S E SLOT M O M O 0 FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marian andadjoiningcounties 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 facilities 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 attention Central Kj Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Free Gen Mgr 16sep3m The Ball Bearing DensmoreOnly absolutely ball bearing type writer ever offered See it betore or dering or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer that points and equipped with back spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or we will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Diosmore TnewrUer 323 W Fourth st Cincinnati 0 JOS R POWER Lock Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY Cosoiissioiers Sale Charles C Fads Admr Pitt against Mn Sallie M Eads 0 Oft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1303 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday October 10th 1903 between the hours of 10 oclock am inS II oclock a mj On the premises in Madison county KenVncky proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the lowing described property Tit A Tract of Land situated In Madison county Ky containing adolulngtheEast James Perry the Brumback laud tc producethesumordend to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Male will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for Ihe payment of the purchase money to have tin force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lieu reserved on said property until all the purchase money la paid 8 E SCOTT M CM O C Special Gomaiissioiiers Sale Margaret E Ayres 0 Pit againstMargaret Ayrei guardian 0 DtS NOTICE OF SALE BY virtue of an order of the Madison Cir cult Court entered at iU September Term 1903 the undersigned Special Commissioner will sell all of the land owned by Ur J Ayres de ceived at hit death The said land will oe sold on the premises on Wednesday October 7 1903 about 2 oclock p m on six and twelve months time thai Is onehalf of the purchase money to be due and payable six months from the date of said sale and the remaining hal twelve months from the date of said sale the pur chaser to give bond with approved security or securities said bonds bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from January 1904 and to be at lien on the land to secure the payment of same This land will be sold In three separate tracts and then u a whole and that bid which realizes the most will be ac cepted It embraces 2SOJf acres more or less This la a most desirable property It ii under splendid good fencing well watered with everlasting springs and has a splendid dwelling house on It and other out orchard and if located near lege HilIand something less than a mile from the lock and dam on the Kentucky river and is bounded on one by the College HIll pike Purchasers are invited to look over the place and see that It it most desirable At the same time there will be sold a little tract of land upon which Is a blacksmith shop on the College Hill pike T J McKINNEY 8pr Com 3t Moberley Ky Notice to CreditorsI All parties having claims against the estate of Jerry Broaddus deceased are requested to file same properly verified on or before October 1 1903 or same will be barred All parties know ing themselves indebted to this estate are requested to call dnd settle at once EC L C BROADDTJB oct 2 1m Administrators tw L CRUTCHER G W EVANS J- RNewFirrnAND T A Magnificient Stock of Goods T- J J Everything for the home beautiful C C can be found in our store j and our pr1ces Will SU1 tteverybody i We are at home at Joplin s old standon Main street and we guarantee the best WI andmost polite attention tt- It r t gve US a callj I Crutcher 4 Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky 3 9 u 0 c i ittvr4ktlk ttt- i tIg- ti For Ten Days Only= tFor Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices t quoted below 9 jf 813cLawsat5cl0cLawnsat9c 15c Lawns at 12ic t18c Lawns 15c u 75c Gowns for 69c C99c 89c Covers I39t Ladiest Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 4 J 1 inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce te separate dust ruffle at 99c each + Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JO inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 + Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats j High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199 each cCall in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours OWENMcKEffflCor and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY n I tttwtttttPublic Sale oF PERSONALTYOf The undersigned State Bank Trust Co of Richmond Ky as Curator of the estate of Gen C M Clay decd will in accordance with an order of the Madison Circuit Court entered at its September term 1903 sell at White- Hall the late residence of the deco dent to the highest and best bidder his personal estate o- nThursday Oct 8t03 Beginning at 10 oclock a m Said persqnalty consists xinong other thing of many rare pieces of furniture in mahogany handsome mirrors beautiful oil paintings some originals and others by eminent artists China ware pur chased in Paris France four handsome imported China vases some marble statuary carpets also a library of about a thousand volumes some of the volumes being very rare a east of Horace Greely by Joel Hart and sun dry other rare and valuable articles There will also be sold a lot of stock and farming implements TERMSAll articles bringing SlO or less must be paid for in cash for all sums over 1C the purchaser will be required to give note with rood securi ty payable sixty lays from day of sale without interest Terms of sale must be complied with before moving the propertyState Trust Co- T D Chpnault Auct CURATOR Farm for Rent If rented privately I will on Tuesday October 6 1903 on the premises at 10 oclock a m rent for the year 1904 my farm con taming 334 acres of choice land near Duncannon railroad station in Madison county About 60 acres to cultivate in corn 70 for small grain and balance in grass This is a desirable farm and a great chance to make monev Call on or addressMrs Mary Bates Miller 3t RICHMOND KY Nearly a Ladies 2oc Corset for 19c 29c 49c 39c 75cII 69c 75c Skirts for flOe Ic A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of I 10 jt 1 jn Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hambtirgs also the best quality of Mat tingst Give us a call and we will give you satisfa- ctionWhite jbJSOil Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Public Sale We will sell to the highest and best bidder on Wednesday Sept 30 at our home near Potts Mill on Silver Creek Madfcon county Ky Stock Crop etc consisting of 4 aged work Mules 2 good Driving Horses 6 highbred Horses and Fillies 8 twoyearold Steers extra good 6 twoyearold Heifers extra good 13 highgrade Shorthorn Cows 1 Alderney Cow extra milker 15 highgrade Yearlings 12 highgrade Calves 9200pound Feeding Hogs 3 Sows and 16 Pigs 75 Acres of Corn in field 1 Fertilizer Wheat Drill nearly new A lot of Farming Implements etc Terms made known on day of Sale Sale will begin at 10 a m sharp W C Walker Sisters Whites Station Ky T D Chenault Auct It Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 4 Thomas to h ew jl OLD JOE WHISKY Hand marfe Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to IM pure It is of old style manu lacture No BETTER can be found for medicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 5 5I 0ju 250 5I bottles 2 orJUSts 210 Orders promptly filled SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj ere novlyr Anderson county Kv Shackelfnrd Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If you want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of onr Ken lucky Disc Wheat Drills With or without Fertilizer attachments Cwe also sell all grades of Fertilizer and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf 7 THE GREAT REMOVAL SALEA a sL WILL COMMENCE SA TURDA Y A UGr 1st and continue with unabated intererest throughout the entire month The Selling will be Positively Sensational The Buying Chances are Unparalleled The great and increasing business by this during the past few years bears fruit in this remarkable Removal Sale Prices are reduced as never before Broken lots have been bunched and the heavily cut prices have aredeterminedplish our purpose Come prepared to buy at prices never before quoted on stylish seasonable merchandise 12000 of t tlJ ToBeSoId4f This splendidstock cl Dry Goods Shoes Clothing Carpets Oil Cloths Millinery soldfVALUEas we want to move in our new store with a new stock So we are to fa close out this stock j ifLL thatitTfL = Nearly 5000 Stock Worth Goods determined i ReipectMy Submitted the Ca Trade I 99c89c e bottles 3 u WILEY done store S in oar Clothin Department t be aerified cool proja wonisaandchildshukl 1LSiE V Elder 0 r Jr aIIkTELIITII H 7 T We Are Ready To Talk Businesst Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get lineLlatest thing out in vehicle Paintingand Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions f CaTTac j3OS RIGHMOND KY I L 11 PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET YUONE 165 FRESH GroceriesAGE14TS Boquet Flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEPT23 1903 Fog BEST my residence on Main Street C S HOLTON sept9tf Rain is needed pretty much every where in the county Already the autumn leaves are fall lug and the jrrats is turning brown The twelveyarold son of Mr George Million was kicked in the face by a mule and painfully injured Am liiwilt kisllUl Sihtaii II mri ConntftilUoj tirttt from OiililUa far n nifleil iiperiiiM MMUUT cnlrpoieomnjijidtntnt ke oonej M thi ady Cuulidatsd CI hlci Cladull 0 N J Anderson has let the con tract for a twostory frame residence on Fifth street to L H Stabler of this city Rev Edmund H Burnam will preach at the Baptist Church in Rich moud on the fourth Saturday and Sunday September 26 and 27 All are invited Sheriff Saui Hnrlau of Tickson passed through Richmond Sunday en route to Frankfurt with four prisoners recentlyconvfcted in the Jackson Circuit Court Mrs Bertha Smith will open a school for small children at her resi dencebn High street Monday Sept 14 Parents wixhiag to send their children are requested to apply at once an the membur wi ho limited sep93t Shackeiioni Co are headquar ters for all kinds of sporting gooIs sin gle and 1Oth1t barrel guns from 600 tolOOand rifles any kinds ou wish all ralibern Cartridges we can give youany make and any size load you wish Game bags and loading tools tf In our last issue we made mention of the accident which had befallen Miss Linda Dilllon at her home in Livingston On last Wednesday the young lady succumbed to her iijurinc I Her parents have the sympathy of all in their reaveiriHnt At ttO annual meeting of tbe Ken tucky Bankers jeld at Hopkinsville last week an invitation was extended to the organization bv the Kentucky Exbihit Association to hold its meet Ing next year in the Kentucky State building at ill Worlds Fair in St Louis It has not been decided on as yet iii Tomorrow the veterans of the Mexican war will lit here Everything posdble has been done to make the reunion a success and the meeting a pleasant one for the visiting coldiers Upon their arrival they will ln lender ed an elegant dinner at the Ulyudon after which a business session will beheld at the court house At evening our citiz ns will throw open their homes to the gray haired veterans It Is needlms to say that eveiy courtesy will be extended We feel prmid in deed that the few surviving ones of so brave a itause snail h our que- stsBIRTHS JAMES At tarlisle on ttin 13ih inst to thewjI ot Mr Harry James of this city an eigtitpouiil daughter WELLS Mr and Mrs Turn Wells are happy over the arrival of a tine daigii ter c 9 Fcc Rent House of Eight rooms and all necessary out buildings New stable 2t Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Lost Gentlemans ring with set and urn brella with S IL M on the handle Finder return to this office and receive reward23sp3t Kicked By Mule McCreary age about 14 son of Mr and Airs George Million was kicked in the lace by a mule Monday and suffered the lsof live teeth besides a crushed jawbone Valley View Ar gent Snail Firm For Sale I wish to bell privately lilY farm 4 mites north ol Fuxiowu containing 78j acres Well improved and watertd For further information call on or ad dress WM AIUNDAY 23slm White Hall Ky Estray- A white and black spotted hog weighing abuUt 123 pounds came to mj place shout two weeks ago and has since been cared fur by me One can have same by payirg charges A H LAWn S3 4t Orauge St Kuhtuoud Ky Freight Irain Wrecked One of the through freights on the L A heavily loaded was wrecked near West Irvine Wednesday morning anti the cual tender and three box cars were completely demolished Fur tuuately Stone of tile crew was injured The passenger tiaiu was delayed about two noun Appointed by Judge Lochran Mr E lull Biiruam has been ap point cU by Judge Cochran as Jouimib sioner in Bankruptcy to succeed Mr It W Miller lesigued Mr Burnam is titled in every way for this trust Aside Iron his capacity he is popular with all and will make a most satisfac tory official Riddell and Roberts At the Democratic convention of the Tweiitytbird judicial district held at Beattyville lueiiday Judge Robert Kidded of Esull county was nomina ted for uitcuit Judge to succed Judge U B Hedwiue anU J K RoOerps ol Lee county was nominated fur IJoui uionwealthg Attorney to succeed A F Bvrd Mr Carr Goes to Lexington John P Moore agent ot the Louisville and Nashville railroad at Lexing ton hits ottered his retaliation to take effect Ocirber 1 Mr Moore will be succeeded by Mr Frank Carr of Paris Air Carr is well remembered in Rich mond where he was the efficient agent of the L N railroad at tillS place for a number of years A Narrow Escape Mis Boyd Vageibaud two daugh ters had rather a narrow escape from serious injury on mat Saturday While irlviug me hone became frightened and ran Mrs Wagers received some painful bruises and Miss tiallie was slightly injured The other young lady escaped entirely Their many friends are tiad the matter was no worse Disastrous Fire On last Friday shortly before noon the handsome home of Mrs Cynthia Karr about two miles from town on the Otter Creek pike was completely destroyed by fire The house was oc cupied by Mrs Karr and family and Mr and Mrs B L French Very little was saved by lither family ansi the loss will amount to about 2600 par dally covered bv insurance Low Rates fo the Louisville Horse Show On account of the Fourth Annual Louisville Horse Show the Southern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Louisville at the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents lor the round trip from September 28 to October 3 inclusive tickets good returning to and including October 5 Premiums amounting to 22 000 ate oifeted for displays horses and vehicles and title promises to be one of the greatest horse Shows ever held in title country For lull particular call on or address R E Mullane agent Suu hero Hallway Versailles Kv S J iTt I Ijp iFDeatherage S Co f I Seeds Seeds I jSEEDS t JI dont mean to say gone but that j1 tJ have all kinds of seeds to sell I am no old Kay a seed either but I haveJi HAYto sell by the bale or car load Ialso handle oats andcorn and Northern Seed Rye Those wanting Jthings will do well to give me a caILt Prices reason J able Remember that I have things 4 o selland not If to keep t lEJeatherageSCo c r Jot III LII t tt I Ln PANTS FOR THAT BOY OF YOURS i r1J 4 1 t z That Hearty Hustling Boy That Tears Them Up So Fast 3 tBut dont scold rather be glad that theres so much energy and get up and go about him Our Keystone Corduroy Pants are made for just such boys The cloth is as tough as Indian tanned buckskin and the sewing is fully guaranteed a new pair free if he rips a single seam Best pants made at any price and the cheapest in the long run J00r J25 150 Other good Corduroys at 50 cts and extra quality Tweeds ahd Cassimers at 50 cts with finer at 75c toOOdfBlock Cot Stockings energetic Tripple strongest stocking 25e Stockings Joewonderful equaled youllagree Stockings andwomenunequaled Sweaters t apa4dAnd he as rule the discomforts and troubles in kitchen Patient does worrying You Ought Buy a Gas Range all that muss expense and dis comfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins light match to cooking stops the minute you are through Water Light Co Lost on Malta or Third streets a handpainted shirtwaist button Return to this office and got reward For Ren- tMy farm of 154 acres one mile from Richmond on the Big Hill pike 12 acres in corn 40 in wheat 40 in meadow balance in corn Large dwelling withal modern improvements Fine barn 3 large ponds all kinds of fruit anita ble for dairyman or stockman Have for sale a large lot of new corn and some hay WILLIS HISLK 23 1m Richmond Ky Now good digestion waits on appe tire and health on both If it doesnt try Butdock blood bitters 1m Arrrred Miss Katie tells us that her establishment is now open and ready for the fall trade She has engaged the services of Miss G Nel son an experienced trimmer from Cincinnati and will be to have her friends call Her rooms are in the rear of Robinsons jewelry store With The Observer Mr John B Harriswho until lately has beets associated with the SunSen tinel bt Winchester has been chosen to succeed Mr R Lee Davis as editor and manager of Ihe Lexington Obser- Ver Mr Harris a Richmond boy and is a plendid newspaper man His many friends here congratulate him on his promotion Veterans Meet at Mr Embrr Speaks A large number of Confederate sol diem met in reunion at Lexington last Thursday a number from this county being present among them Senator James B McCreary and lIe8rs Joe Collins and Jake White and others whose names we are unable to Tie day was drizzly and cool else more of Morgans men would have attended It was a purely nonpolitical gathering and no speeches were delivered except that of Mr W Reed Em hry son of our former well known citizen Ool TV J Embry The former thus speaks editorially in the N WI can never sufficiently express our thanks for the hearty reception we ro ceived at the hands of the old soldiers at their reunion at Lexington yeeterday giyes us greater pleasure than to add our mite of tribute to the over- flowIng treasure of praise that is so richly due the gallant heroes of 61 The time is fast passing when we shall have no longer in our midst so the of Kentucky should never miss an opportunity to payhom lijfeto- thlir deeds of fearless thabas made the name of t ho Confederate sol dic r owaeil lhNqholot theWwW i tAnother good thing for boys toes and knees beautiful rich fadeless black and best in the world A Pair Lot 14 Black Cat at are values you have never seen Try them and withus t Black Cat alsofor meni for good quality Ask to see them Fine line of for Boys at SOc to 1 o doesnt a realize wifes while the mamma the to and stop waste worry only when you the begin Somewhere Pchmidt millinery A glad is Confederate Lexington give Danville Nothing them people bravery heels A Winner Arthur Moss Chrismati the handsome yearold son of Mr aud Mrs Gus thrIs man who reside on North Second street won the premium fur the finest baby shown at the Red Mens Fair last week The prize was an elegant silver cup Removals Mr and Mrs C A Lawton hays moved into their new cottage on Glyn don Avenue Mr W L Leeds will moye his family Into his new home on North Fourth street to morrow Mr L P Evans and family have moved into the home they recently pur chased on Oak street Mr George Myers and family have moved into their handsome home on the corner of Broadway and Second street L and A Changes On account of the increased mileage and the greatly increased traffic of the Louisville and Atlantic railroad it has become necessary to create the offic of Traffic Manager Mr C M Browning of Veisailles has for several years past doing the double duties of both the transportation aud traffic departments Recently Mr Augustus Hone of Louis yule has been made general manager while Mr Browning will fill the office just created We are exceedingly glad that Mr Browning will be retained for it is t lila splendid work that the road owes ita present fine condition- Mantel The charming Last Tuesday night the Wiggins douse was filled to overflowing the occasion being the appearance of Robt Mantel in The Light of Other Days This noted actor was supported by an excellent company his leading lady beingMissMarl Booth Russell who was superb The audience was held spell bound and even when all was over they were loath to leave Mr Mantell and Miss Russell were called and recalled each time replying to the delight of all The play itself was magnificent and produced as it was by this excellent company was all the more beautiful An Ideation Easily Trorided By Seine Good MM Or Woman The Mt Vernon Ky Colleciate Institute lisa a wide field of usefulness and occupies an important sphere but as yet it is only partially equipped By enlarging the Dormitory it can call in several undredstudents for Biblical Industrial Normal Scientific sad Classical training But tbe young of that section are largely sot BelfBupporluig To assist needy and worthy students to a years tuklon the following aiaounts should be pledged willing and able persons here and elsewhere Prlawwy 12 Intermediate 18 Advaucufd24peryear Address Mt VerB Ky CoUhlrte Institute or Rr Mr XiMBbwt eky SUItS and Overcoats Scarcely a mother in this county who does not know that our large stock is far and away the best boybestforSplendid collection of new fall and win ter Knee Suits and Overcoats of rich handsome fabrics made in the latest style andsold at the lowest prices for such quality 2 250 3 350 4 5 tt And we lead them all in Long Pants Suits for the older boys sizes up to 20 years at 4 56 78 10 and Finer e Hats Caps Underwear Gloves Suspenders Collars Ties and everything else in uptodate furnishings for boys and young men Celebrated The Daughters ot the Rebecca lodge of this city celebrated their fifty second anniversary on lasr Sunday night Appropriate services Were held at the Odd Fellows Hall the sermon being delivered by Rev W A Eisen hart and an address by MrC E Woods vadly Fight Last Friday a fatal encounter oc curred at Potts Mill near Paint Lick and as a result Stephen Whittaker is dead and Ely Williams was mortally wounded at the hands of John Masters A difficulty arose between Williams and Masters over the formers sonwho it is claimed threw stones at Masters barn The men became enraged apd hot words ensued until according to Masters statement he was attacked by both Williams and Wbittaker who were armed with a club and a knife At the end of the fight Whittaker was dead and Williams mortally wounded Masters gave himself up at once and was brought to this city where he is in jail waiting a motion for bail His trial will come up at the December term of court wh n he will be represented by Messrs J A Sullivan and T H Collins Quick Trip To Oregon Br Miss Breck Miss Bettie Rreck made a remarka bly quick journey to Oregon last week one that will open the eyesof those who fancy the Pacific coast is a weeks journey from Foxtown Miss Breck re ceived telegraphic notice of her appointment to a fine position as teacher at Baker City Oregon where her brothers Messrs Charles H and Percy Breck reside and she started from here Friday morning at 3 45 oclock via Gin cinnati and Chicago On Monday morning at 4 oclock she alighted from the train at her destination having en countered no accidents or delays en routeMiss Breck is the second daughter of Hon and Mrs Charles H Breck and Is one of the best beloved young ladies of this county Educated refined talented in music a Christian and a dutiful child she will be missed from every circle here and she will most as suredly adorn every circle in her new home whither the best wishes pt her Richmond friends accompany her Conndlnunic Candidate Miller Serenaded Mr Ansil D Miller one of the successful candidates in the Democratic city primary held last Thursday was tendered a serenade that evening by a number ol his admiring friends The splendid brafs band with the Red Mens Carnival Co furnished the music A parade was formed at First and Main street which gathered in volume until Mr Millers home was reached on Fourth street Here the band played its choicest selections bringing Mrand Mrs Miller to the front portico whore the former was compelled to acknowl edge his gratitude for hissnpetib victory in the days election with a speech en tirely creditable in composition and delivery to any rising young statesman The crowd called on Mr C E Woods for a response and he told of Mr Millers long and unsullied record as an employe associate and manager with him on the Register and CLIMAX in r industrious with the result that today he is the most successfulnewspaper manager that ever lived in Richmond Springing from the best ot ancestors in ola Estill county he has never detracted from nor relied upon their enviable reputation for his success but like a true selfmade man he has addedto the good name and reputation of his antecedents until there is today no more highly esteemed young man in Madison county This is Mr Millers first venture into poHtIcsnevertheees he led the vote in his home precinct and received the second highest vote of those candidates having opposition If elected and he certainly will be his adiniBHrtratioa will be a credit to himself and his city and will insure him further honors from the hands of a edaM Mtwfted coaetitaeficjr 0 II Spedal Judge Mr sV W Stephenson of Harrods burg arrived here yesterday to assume his duties as Special Judge in the Mad ison Circuit Court He was appointed to preside over a number of civil suits in which the regular Judge J M Ben ton declined to sit Mr Stephenson will hold court all of this week Judge Stephensons father was born in this county and his son has ever been a supporter of Hon James B McCreary Serious Shooting Affray Mr I L Hubbard a school teacher from Fayette county who teaches a schoolat White Hall this county was very seriously shot by Black Boone a tough character of the Clays Ferry locality Report says that Hubbard was crossing the bridge at tbe ferry on a bicycle when Bhone began to fire at him without any cause whatever The wounded man was given medical attention at once but is thought to be very badly hurt Boone was captured and taken to Lexington by Sheriff Wilkerson Tudor Figures in a fight The Lexington Leader of Sunday Sep tember 20 gives the following account of a difficulty in which a former Madison county man Attorney S M ludor took part loIn the court ot Squire Ben n Bell Saturday afterncon during the argu ment of a case Attorney S M Tudor assaulted Attorney J W Norwood striking him two or three times with his fist once in the left eye bruising and blacking that optic Mr Norwood was considerably dazed by the blows and had reached brand gotten hold of an iron cuspador with the intention of throwing it at his an tagonist when he was held by Squire Bell Mr Tudor was placed under ar rest by Justice Bell on the charge of breach of the peace who fixed hIs bail bond at 100 which was furnished with it I Bright as his surety Old Folks Concert to be Repeated No more enjoyable exhibition by home talent has been given here in a long time than the Old Folks Concert at the Wiggins Opera House Monday Men and maidens young and old in ye ancient costumes singing ye aide songs did their parts to perfection Tbe ladies were really gorgeously attired some in rare old laces and silks worth a small fortune The mnn were in knick erbockers wigs and dress coats All did well and the managers Mrs Dodge Mrs Hanger and Mrs Middelton de serve the highest praise for their labor of love At the same place the performance will be repeated to morrow afternoon 380 in order that the Vet erans of the Mexican War holding their reunion here may attend Ad mission only 15 cents to all Some new features will be added especially for the Veteran guests Mr inlUvins Appointment The most important committee in the Grand Lodge of Elks is that of Laws Upon it are lawyers of national prom inence To be named upon such a cocrmittee is a great distinction Such an honor falls to the lot of our distill guished fellow citizen Hon J A Sullivan whose appointment came as a surprise to him though predicted by those who have watched his career in the Order and are acquainted with his splendid abilities In being thus hon ored Richmond ia honored for there are a thousand lodges from which these committees are chosen and ours is one of the youngest It fo confidently pro dicted that at no distant day Mr Sullivan will be an elective member of the National governing body of Elks TheCLIMAx hereby nominates him for Grand Exalted Puter lot BO man who hiss held that exalted station sur passes Mr Sullivan in all the attributes of a leader and coansek MOM who loves 1gw and order an exemplar in private and puWic fe1WI oe wise loves Mi fellowmeat boJWeJ t hptee Mr J r H t 61 Helm Hon Harvey Helm ot Lincoln who visited Mr James C Bright and attended the fair completely captufed hundreds of voters whom he met and talkedwith during his visit A typical young Kentuckian with the solid backing of his home county and every ac complishment of mind and address required in a Congressional contest he makes friends and admirers everywhere he goes and has never yet lost a political race Shelby Record Death of Mrs George 0 Barnes Mrs George O Barnes wife ot the good evangelist died at Santbel Island Fla on the 14th says the Stanford Journal She wits a Miss Cowan and a sister of Mr Dud Cowan of Danville and was about 79 years of age In 1855 she was married to Rev George 0 Barnes and left immediately for the missionary field in India where they remained during the celebrated Sepoy mutiny After living there several years where his children Will and Miss Marie were born Mr Barnes re turned with his family to America on account of his impaired health Throughout Mr Barnes evangelistic career which has occasioned several trips to foreign lands and one or two trips around the world Mrs Barnes has been his constant companion and has taken part in thousands of his services She is also survived by Mrs George Duncan who made her home at Sanibel Bro Barnes was holding a meeting at Sergeant this State at the time of her death and it took some time to get tbe news to him Miss Marie Barnes is running a boarding house in Washing ton City m7 t = r 4 BOOTS AND SHOES t1 y jiWEBOYS BOOTS AND SHOES a JP Fine patent and vici shoes for dressup wear and heavy stock for every day ser vice All sizes from from childs No 7 5 up in every worthy grade and kind And a great collection o- fBOOTS in Leather Felt and Rubber altogether 5 Ithe largest and most complete stock of BoystFootwear in Richmond at prices that Savs You Moneyj A1 F CDYINBTDN AND BANKS ifr4 OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS J- Ittt 1i i ljf Richmond importanceI Poiiiivtfy Lost On the street in this city Thursday light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this office tf 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 TCRLEY Madison Institute Notes We had a better openirg this sess ion than we bad last year All our rooms are full except one and it will bo filled in a few days This bids fair to tie one of the most prosperous seas ions in the history of the school We have secured new teachers this year and the students and all are well pleased with them They are teachers of wide experience and graduates of such institutions as the University of Chicago the University of Michigan and others of the Worlds greatest schoolsTho Lexington Leader says After the repast Captain Dick Redd mounted the platform and after declaring that tbare would be no politi cal speaking he introduced Mr Reed Embry son of TJ Embry of Danville who spoke on behalt of the Confeder acy He paid high tribute to John H Morgan and John C Breckinridge and declared their names immortal He was enthusiastically cheered when be finished No other speeches were made but the afternoon was pleasantly spent in social pastime Mr Embry thus comments editorially in his paper the Danville News Prof Meiler the popular teacher of stringed instruments has a good class rlithis session This is just what was expected for a better teacher for s stringed instruments cannot be found Prof Meiler was educated at the Royal College of Music in Munich Germany and is one of the best all around musi cians in the State Under his efficientIleadership the school again be one of the attractive features of the music department and of the school Miss Peppard the teacher of art has been detained at home by sickness but will be here the latter part of this 1 week when she will receive a warm welcome by the students of the art department and will be glad to meet not fonly the students of Madison Institute but also as many of the ladies of Rich mond as may be interested in art Miss Peppard is a graduate of the Gin cinnati Academy of Art and a teacher of wide experience Her ability as an artist is still further shown by the fact t that her pictures have been hung in the Cincinnati Art Museumand hon Jior that is conferred on none but the best artists The public is invited tqatfendaTnu sic and elocution recital to be given inIour chapel next Thursday at 730 p mii M1IissMiss Burt the teacher of elocutionI t We have taken another advance step IIspeci1sarte Miss Burt of Mississippi who will devote her entire attention to this de partment Miss Burt has enjoyed the finest of training for her chosen profes sion and is also a teacher of considera ble experience i1 FF 7IF ffim ffi 7I j Rice and Arnold 1n I4 aft j r+ The Hat to Wear is the One That Looks I Best ++i i Hats i Hi I I F I71 z d 1 We can fit your head I J and give you thecor I ilrect shape for fall both in soft and stilt Hats Prices from Si to 5 Take a look at our window before you buy IS ii 1 I RICE AND ARNOLD Main Street RIchmond KY VI r 1 7F I Vl 7f d II I mrr 1I C t h LILiH tapFESSIONAL CARDS cl ATTOINJtS ti gi MILLER ATTOaXETATIiAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Barnaul Building next door to trraer National Bank Ieb3ly SULLtV AN JA ATTORNEY ATL w 1RICHMOND1 KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J O D M OHENAULT t ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawR- imnosD KENTUCKY Office over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSZLLORSATLA- WRICHMOND KENTUCKY once In John BenntttB old law office orer Perrv t Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DKS GIBSON GIBSON P II Y31CIANS AND SURGEONS Ri MMINU KENTUCKY OH thf Dr HobMra building MlnStreet b C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Stoufier Buildine Main Street lW phone at residence the Carr place on Bcpudway- ItHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY IEEOYanceDOMrs D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Dank Trust B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE tOradnate Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL STOGEBY DT OaWYuve st Lotosou h DENTIST OP LOUIBVILLB KY ThilldthgalchmSxid6ivl7ly u vM Blanton DENTIST VOffice lu Bennett Building Manly THLBP ONE 196 u DR LANDMAN 1HotelWednesday October 21 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat MENTION We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will he glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Fgs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2PjtUlY RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup toiil1 t1itk i1i1 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND- or VerealUesLawrencebUrgIShel 605 Lm mandFor Irvine l54am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom LoalsTille Lexington and ll64am RtCrFrom m m O M BHOWNINQ Gen Mgr KyURichmond Ky Stops the Congli and Works off tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine TtWeta cure a cold in one day No cure DO pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence IIf Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Searcy Hamilton- O Pinnel J V Masters J V Whltlock John btapp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewitt L A Vearren C C McWharter EarlyJr R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Rutbton Edenton Cottonburg Paint Lick KirksYllla Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses W can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a ery unusual strength For those it will take a little longer time Repairs are prumltlyexecuted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand ly L N1lim Ta11o- Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv p m ton Ext esa sonth bound 1348 p No 6 Clnnatl and Livings 125 pm ton Express north bound 155 pm No Clnnati and Livings 345 a m ton Express north bound 360 am No Clnnatl and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya vllle Accm north bound 620 a m No 11 Stanford and Mays 720 p m villa Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north hound luc Grass Lard For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent aprjtf Harvey Chenault u SCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in September a Highclass Private School at Klrksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by competent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school isIbeautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all inquiries toG P SimmonsNewton Ohio ir G B Shepherd Kirkeville Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapro lyrPhone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid v Why Elliston Patent of course kindsir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone J663 WACO t KY e Wool Carding in Season t The Genuine vs Counterfeits The genuine is always better than a counterfeit but the truth of this statement is never more forcibly realized or more thoroughly appreciated than when you compare tho genuine Df Witts Witch Hazel Salve with tie many coon terfeita and worthless substitutes that are on the market W S Ledbetter of Shreveport La says After using numerous other remedies without ben efit one box of DeWitt8 Witch Hazel titchingis equal to DeWitts Witijh salve Sold by E 0 Wines 1m T GT Roach of New Mexico Las declared that he has papers baring on the Goebel murder which would clear Caleb Powers and condemn W S Taylor Powers dis claims all knowledge of the Roach storytWe have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runabouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices like best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop The Pleasure of Eating iUdigestiondyspepsia will find that Kodol Dyspepsia Oure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet This remedy is a nev er falling cure for indigestion anti dvs pepftia and all complaints affecting the glands or membranes of the stomach or digestive tract When you take Kodol dyspepsia cure everything you eat tastes good and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is absimilatedaud appropriated blood and tissues Sold by E C Wines The Hyden Thousandsticks remarks Wm Griffitts Big Will Bristow Bowling and John Hall started around the world the other day and bound themselves to make the round trip in eight months They got toMiddlesboroand bought three jugs of whisky and then returned home Get in the Henderson Route Hab- itKentuckians Official Route to the Worlds Fair City Finest passenger service through St Louis Oweusboro and Evans ville to all points in the West and SouthwestIf any Reduced Rates in effect on account of special occasions Homeseokers or Colonists Excursions we have themAsk Us For Rates From Anywhere To Everywhere and Ask Us First E M Womack Geo L Garrett City Pass Agt Tray lass Agt L J IRWIN Gen Past Agt Louisville Ky STAKES to 17th 20000 Futurity 6000 Transylvania Opportunities for the LumbermanFruit CannerymanFarmer i negroes in Mississippi are alarmed at are port current among of their race to the effect that they will be put back into when Major Narda man is elected Governor The report grew out of the fact hat Vardaman made the race question the issue of his campaign for the dem ocratic nomination Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition ofau old soldier by name ofJ Heavens Ver sailles O For years he was troubled with kidney disease and neither doc tots nor medicines gave him relief At putimie testifies Im on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for liver and kidney troubles and all forms of OnlyflOeChop one pound of lean beef fine add twos tablespoons of melted butter one well beaten egg a few dashes of celery salt a pinch of pepper and a level teaspoon of ultry 1iwell make into a roll and put inside of a buttered paper Put the roll on a pan and bake half an hour basting Unroll the beef and serve with tomato sauce Detroit Free Press Cancer Cured by Blood Balm All Skin and Blood Di seases Also Cured Mrs SI L Adams Fredonia Ala took ectuallyIcases can cer eating sores swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among other Mrs H M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala Her nose anti lip were raw as beef with offensive dis charge from the eating sure Doctors BloodBalm BloodBalmmors Fcabs and scales bone pains ul poisoncarbuncheson the skin and all blood troubles Im proves the digestion strengthens weak kidneys Druggists per large bottle with complete directions for hone bywritingDescribe trouble and special medical advice sent in sealed letter 1m The annual report of Secretary Hester of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange puts the cotton crop of 19023 at 10727539 bales an in crease of 46879 bales over last year- Distreis After Eating Cured GreellsburgLa greatlyfromdistress would invariably resut lasting tor an hour or so and nights were restless I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me en tirely Now my sleep is refreshing UWinEs Kentuckys Great Trots LEXINGTON October6th 100000 fiJ Y TjoLlB S J QCI J Ai PURSES Grand Concerts Daily 5000 McDowell 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Programme Ever Offered Half Rates on all Railroads R C ESTILL President E W SHANKLIN Secretary He who Knows and Knows that he Knows will take Advantage of These Cheap Rates and Go to Washington Home Builder Miner Investor Manufacturer Importer Merchant 1 Ignorant members slavery principal seasoning occasionally suppurating Do you know that Washington ii the most richly endowed State In the Union All wealth comes from the earth and sea Notejwhat Vahlngton has Her fish Industry lead and furnishes the greater Opportunit7Her lumber industry is shown by the largest saw mlila In the world backed by u practically Inexhaustible product Lumber is a necessity and is last becoming cxbnu tcd in the eastern state The Last Chance for the Lumberman producingstateington is celebrated Carloads of Washington apples are sold annually in New York City and find a ready maiket in many Eastern States An Opening for the Fruit Grower The pecuHuriy favored climate of Woihlngton Bud its wide range due to differences of allitude and rainfall adapt the Htalc to almost every class of crops ralsl outside the tropics Washingtons average wheat hurley Mud oat yield for ten years far exceeds the ten year average of United States A Rich Harvest Awaits the Farmer and Home Builder The mountains of Washington are filled with mtn entliH goId silver copper lead iron and coal are await lug the producing power of capital and labor Rich Prospects for the Miner and Investor Seattle tho natural gateway to the Orient and Alaska The shipping of Puget Sounds compares favorably with the largest Atlantic seaports A Golden Kn Inre for tie Merchant Manufacturer Importer and CapttlH For those who may wish to investigate or take ad vantage of an opportunity to participate In the great de Teloiemeut that will mark the next decade In this state a sptfeial firstclnes round trip rate of JGOOO from Chicago and 4500 from St Paul and Minneapolis has brcn tuthoriied Datesof sale August tat to Utb Inclusive Final return limit October 15 Liberal stopovers and diverse routes will be granted and those desiring to retnn through California can do so by paying 1100 ad ditional GREAT NORTHERN RYIWrite for illustrated pamphlets rind Wonderful Washington map For complete information ciIZ on or address any ticket sent or F I TOmTEY GiP T A St Paul Minn Ii I AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Issued by State Committees on- CQNSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Cone tentlon of the State of Kentucky held Iin the city of Louisville on the Id 3d and 4th days of June 1903 the under signed were sppolnteda committee for the purpose of bringing the amend rent to the constitution of the state which Is to be Toted upon at the No Tember election this year to the attention of TOters of all parties In the state and obtain for It the necessary number of Totes to secure Its adoption The amendment Is purely a nonpar tlsan measure vitally affecting the Interests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may be or where their places of residence are situated The beneficial effects which will fol low the adoption of the amendment are so Tast that they can hardly be estimated The evil that will resultS If by any chance the should fan of adoption will be dIana trous In the extreme to the best In terests of the state The adoption of the amendment will mot change in the least the present sys tem of taxation In Kentucky for state and county purposes as It applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manfacturers merchants and financial Institutions In the cities and towns of our state are now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those In other states by the provision of our state constitution which re- quIres the same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns tor their local purposes as Is levied by them on real estate within their boundaries iThls provision does not exist In other states in which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial Institutions are located so that our people in these lines of busi ness are at a great disadvantage In competing with those of other states and the result Is that our existing Industries do not grow as they should new Industries are not established in our state in as largo number and Im portance as in other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but In which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as in Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after its adoption will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay If money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont maaw the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amend ment of the constitution will not bene ficially affect you If you want existing factories In our towns and cities to grow 10 as to give employment to more men if you want new Industries to be established em ploying still more men if you want more consumers for your farm products and mere buyers at your coun ters If you want lower interest rates when you borrow money if you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word if you want as much pros perity throughout the length and breadth of our grand old common wealth as prevails in other states then Tote for the amendment and got your neighbors to vote for It Every existing factory enlarged and every new factory brought into Ken tacky through this amendment to our constitution means Lower State and County Taxes for all the property thus brought In will go to swell the assessments for state and county purposes which will enable the rate to be reduced Let the amendment be adopted by in overwhelming vote in its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT AshlandBEOW a Noxrs Louisville I N LEone EddrviUe los L LIXDCS HopUasvllIt- WILBU P DBOWDIiJI RusssMUe- Wu L BOBIHSOX Louisville J M Enorr Lebanon iiTAH L TEKST Louisville lUCK P EUKST Covington nSIlBr T Doxoxx Lexlnttoa CLBmcvWacoHENSY UxacTTS Wiii Maysvlll- oB R PMBT Winchester W L Bmowx London c P Jt CrtTtTr SeorsUrr Louisville Bucklens Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other salves lotion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns boils sores felons ulcers tetter salt rheum ieyer sores chapped hands pilesCuredruggist 1m Secretary Shaw has decid ed a plan of action to re ivethe St Louis banks from the strain incident to expend itures on account of the Worlds Fair He will deposit 25000000 m five banks in that city the banks to deposit 5000000 ot State and muni cipal bonds as security there forA Boys Wild Ride for Life With family around espectioe him to die and a son riding for life 18 miles to get Dryings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds W H endureddeathswonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of consumption pn n inonla bronchitis coughs colds and grip prove its matchless mbrit for all Guaranteedbottlesat all drug ntoree 1m INo surplus fat should be allowed upon a horse that is expected to do much hard work iIiI At a house in the suburbs of Franklin Mrs Josephine Merston a widow shot and fatally wounded W A Dowell who she claims was one of a party of drunken men that had attacked her residence A court of inquiry exonerated the woman A TEXAS WUiNDER DISCOVERYI One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any caee above- mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TillS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1002 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear ir 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 today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JoimA RIDDEL Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For Prlcsgfg A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If it falls Trial Bottles free The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls suffice buggies etc They have never shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of bugtries wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Oarriage Works If S L MIDRIFF Prop Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make a specalty of One repair work and em ploy nothing but the best workmen Call and see rs before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a com lute line of uptot date station wncons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop Conprfssman Timothy D Sullivan of New York was elected Grand Wor thy Master of the Fraternal Order of Eagles RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is en ouch for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Dissolution Notice The firm of Allman Jr Gumbert has by mutual consent this day dissolved partnership Mr Allman retiring from the business Those parties knowing themselves indebted to the firm will please call and settleD R ALLMAN CHAS GUnnERy August 15 1903 oct2 4t Farm for Sale A valuable and well watered farm known as the N G Todd place 6 miles east of Richmond Ky 2 miles from railroad station and postofflce with fine church and school facilities Farm con taiS improvedAddress to Mrs Nannie J Green 19autf BLUFFTON GA- l SALES eooo A DAY Watches IngersollDollar I thelowest stronglest otherIngenolTi at i50 7S adzco d Whor poatreld bJtforrBokidf Robt H Ingersoll 6 Bro Dept351 NEW YORK z MEATMALTrHtt Tfceres Life awl Steesgtk fa Every reA iritnHHc cwafeteatios of tile men4fal- ceMtitaMk of PRIME BEEF aad PURE OLD MALTILcuivil1e ZyJasuaei H tero KyGudmsHaylswexaminedyoutxoataid Mak withitsItadtes1aUL D KASTENBINE M D Louisville Col1e of Ramacy MEAT MMT 99 LmiifmvtMm JO For Sale byB L Middellon ARBUGKLE SIMMONS ++++ CALL ATIIJONES HERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSS Phone 3 Second St Weak Heartseveryone Indigosi IndlIgwhich falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the ofIIhadstonuchtrouble fourIIICDthKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only trialsizePrepared by L 0 DeWITT CO CHICAGO For sale bylPerry Thomas One EyeAta Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scion tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles ebe a ca tat5t Rcmotll h Within a year diamords worth 27200000 have come through the New York Custom House THE New York IST11E Clipper Greatest Paper in America All persons Interested In the happen theAMUSEMENT WORLD ItPUBLISHED CENTSFor parta of the world FREEAddressNew York City Tryfrlieaith 222 South Peoria St OnicAoo ILL Oct 7 1902 illthatdown nearly all the time My upsetthatand I vomited frequently I greatpainmy and lungs were raw pronouncedothers said it was consumption whatthey mefrontofCardniIthatitllovedB1ylife sufferiagi1theybuthewfftayl5 J7AJDont you want freedom from pin Take Wise of Cards and makeonfi supreme effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You caa kayo a womans health arid doa womans workin life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of tedaIWNE GiR1XJI u U The above Cuts represents the Studebaker Wagon and PichWilliamson Co Under Feed Furnace the best of their class on the market We would be glad for you to calla d inspect them 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