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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l ITTkII TI cIIf11l iT F 111 r iii1J y 1rHE RICHMOND CLIMAXh i VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7 1903 NUMBLY 2fPHONE 80 II E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRST rj L 7I7Im7Iffi IEverything F AT IS our in our of in is no to in i are we in mm hmmmm = A Our r Of 75F7r 7I 7I 75InTHE F 1 HUSTLING CASH STORE iBRAN NEW i This being first fall season for business your city stock fall stuff every line entirely new iIWe have old goods sellj The latest things Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams Percales Etc arriving daily and take pleasure showing you Stock Foil and Winter Closing IShoes and Hats are all complete in fact we are crowded in these lines and we are + willing to exchange bargains lor space rf you need something in these lines dont fail to see us before making your choice 7 1 Any purchase from us means you will send your neighbors j and friends to see us tkat they too may learn to bewise and 2 buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money jp i lACKEY HAMilTON i+ Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky si i fI W 7 f 7f 7F ffi7- New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Ingrains Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould ings Readings etc Just received a new lot of Window Shadesall colors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from IP f fef f 5 Oeo M Willging209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad Special Low Rates October 20 J 903 36 Louisville to California Points 14 18 LOUISVILLE TOINew Orleans and return Jackson Miss 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 ixfiirsioii Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas 4 fecinl LowOiiHway and Roundtrip Rates in cflfact on first and third Tuesday in each mOUth to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of theSprings and ciru laivs descriptive of land in tile South and through tickets apply to neatest railroad agent or address l W IIARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Paint Values The practical painter says Pattons SunProofPaint- is cheap pain Vfor a good house becauf it lasts twice as long Its good paint for a cheap house because it beautifies and preserves i- tPatterns SUNPROOFPaint represents the only true principle of scientific paint making combining the highest degree of beauty with the greatest covering capacity and durability It is a dependable paint Xt does not lose its lustre It does not peel crack or chalk off Guaranteed to wear five years Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Uk St1 Milwaukee Ws FOR SALE BY George M Willging Points Wall Paper Glass J Tlnnounccnients FOR OUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R LKTiHBR JR candidate for County At torney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R II OKOOKK a candidate for Xrnnty Attorney Knbjcct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized lo announce W SUACItELIORI a candidate for County At torney of Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic ary FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W H LIARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to tile action of the Democrat- Ic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County sub- Ject to the action Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PERKINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C GRIOQSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N BJONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We areauthorized to announce J B DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub JEd to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the action of the Democatic party AVe are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subJet to the action of the Democratic ere authorized to announce PETER O PA IUUSH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are autorized to announce ANDERSON bAKES of Speedwell a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce J II KKNNEDYof West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jxilcr of Madison county sublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized 10 announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce JnPAIUvE a candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R B TER RILl JH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tOe action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We lire authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We nre authorized to announce JOltS NOLAN t candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR- e are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party CellS Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid for twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weak and paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doscs had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable ma terial Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money Youget your moneys worth when you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little free SCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York soC and Sioo all druggists TO CUES A COLD IK OXJC DAT Take Laxatiro Brorao Quinine Tablets Ml druggbts refund the money Hit fails to cuJ W Groves aignature- a on eaclibrfx 25 cents 1 AMERICAN COMMERCE Changes Which Have Occurred in a Decade Are Illustrated Figure of Imports and Export of 1803 and 1 O3 Show Growth of the Country During the Icrlotl Covered andIthat of 1803 IB Illustrated by some fig ures just presented by the department of commerce and labor through Its bureau of statistics These figures show the imports from and exports to each of the grand divisions of the world in 1893 and in 1903 and thus show at a glance the growth during the period so covered They show that imports have grown from 866000000 to 1025 000000 an increase of 159000000 and that exports have grown from 847 000000 to 1420000000 an increase of 573000000 They show that 92000 000 of the Increase in imports comes from Europe 55000000 from Asia and about 5000000 each from North America South America and Africa The figures for Oceania show an apparent falling off of about 5000000 but this is due to the fact that the merchandise brought from Hawaii is no longer classed as imports Hawaii being now a territory of tho United States If this were included In the figures of im ports in 1903 it would show a growth of 000 Imports from Oceania of about 200001 On the export side the showing is equally interesting Of the 573000000 of Increase 367000000 was to Europe 94000000 to North America 41 000000 to Asia 33000000 to Africa 26000000 to Oceania and 8000000 to South America In case the shipments to Hawaii were included the increase 360000001Into wouldIbe over 100000000 Even more Interesting is a little ta ble which shows the gain In exports to each of the principal countries of the world This table Includes only tenIcountries yet to these were sent 159000000 worth of the total exports of 1903 leaving only 261000000 sent to all the other countries The ten countries stating them In the order of magnitude of the exports to them are the United Kingdom Germany France Netherlands Belgium Canada Mexico China Japan and Australia To Germany the exports show a growth ofI110000000 from 1893 to 1903 to United Kingdom 103000000 to Can ada 77000000 to Netherlands 40 000000 France 31000000 Mexico 23000000 Australia 22000000 Belgium 21000000 Japan 17000000 China 15000000 and to all other coun tries 112000000 BONES OF MAGI FOUND Cardinal Ferrari Claims DUcorerr of Stolen Holies of the Three Wise Men Cardinal Ferrari has brought from Cologne to Milan a remarkable present for the Milan church of S1 Eustorgius It is an ancient wooden urn containing relics of the three magi kings who came from the east to Bethlehem to attend the nativity The cardinal declares the urn contains a portion of the thigh bone of Melchior a piece of Balthasars shin bone and one of Caspars teeth The cardinal has placed the relics on exhibi tion In the archepl opal chapel of Milan and when an appropriate casket Is finished the relics will be transferred to the church of St Eustorgius where there is an empty sepulcher bearing the Latin Inscription Sepulchrum trium Magor um from which It is supposed the bodies of the three wise men were stolen constantiInopleis not explained how the bodies got to Constantinople Catholic historians long ago abandoned authenticity of the relics Nevertheless Milan is delighted that the sepulcher is to be again filled TRAIN WAS A DAY LATE At That This Proipectlre Pamvnirer tUned It and Sued the Road for Damages The sale of the Indiana Illinois rail road to the Illinois Central recently recalls an amusing story When the S wltz City Ind division of the Illinois Central was built it was known as the In diana Illinois Southern It was a WUlIbada fact would have been regarded as a miracle The road was known as the TryWeaklyAbout ago Josiah McConnell desired to go to Swltz City from Sulli van but missed the train by a minute or two The clock at the station showed that the train had left Sullivan five minutes ahead of time and McConnell sued the railroad company for 5000 dam ages On a trial of the ease It was j proved beyond a doubt that the train McCannel missed should have gone the day before and was really 23 hours and 55 minutes late- Turned Down the Dollar A steamer named Dollar owned by an American was refused admission to the mouth of the Yalu river In Corea There are very few places however remarks the Baltimore American where the American dollar Is not received with open arms The Boat Frost A woman In Jeffereonvtlle Ind has Just married for the fifth time This says the Buffalo Expreea Is a more force ful argument for matrimony than all the nrachlne In the world could bs Confessions ofa Priest Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Janndic I consulted unum her of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12 years n If you want a relable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed byall druggists Only 5Yc 1m A snakes gullet is so distensible that one scarcely twenty inches long can swallow a hens egg without difficulty It was almost miracle Burdocks Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible creaking out all over the bodv am very grateful Miss Julia Fibridge West Cornwell Conn At any drug store 1m At Redcliffe Gardens Kensington London there is a line of artists eta dies a quarterota mile in lengthall under one roof RACESUICIDE IMPROBABLE Cfclef StatUtlean Ktasr of Conies De partutent Proves Thnt Greatly Exceed DlrthI IChief Statistician King of the census omce ridicules the rice suicide scare He says that before long this country will be confronted with the problem of what to do with the people To prove his assertion Mr King quotes from the cen BUS returns of 1900 In that year the enumerators found 2049132 children were born and a record of 1039094 deaths or an excess of births of 1010 048This large excess of births was re vealed despite the fact that deaths are recorded with much more accuracy than the births It Is admitted that the percentage of births not recorded Is sur prisingly large The total population within the boundaries of the United States In 1890 was 62947714 and the natural Increase In the decade following due to excess of births over deaths was 12315361 The average annual excess of births was 177 for every 1000 of the mean population- It is estimated that the death rate of the country for the census year 1900 was approximately 163 for every 1000 in 1890 as estimated by the statistician of the eleventh census and taking the representingfordeath rate for the decade there must necessarily have been an average annual birth rate of 251 for every 1000 of the mean population to produce the Increase enumeratedI an excess In the United States for native white populationthose born of foreign white parents IDANGERS OF KISSING 5a78IThe wellknown French scientist Dr Fere draws attention to the psychopathic and neuropathic dangers that may lie In a kiss Dr Fere observes that some children objection revereIloves and adores her mother yet from childhood resented being kissed by her and this feeling has only grown stronger with the years the lady In question be- Ing now 34 years of age There are other cases where a kiss forced upon resent ing children has had terrible results terminating In lifelong Illness or serious mental disturbances- In the light of these observations par ents should cease compelling their chil dren to kiss or to receive kisses where they show an earnest not merely whimsical objection For Instance a girl of 12 years who always objects to kisses was one day suddenly taken up by a relative and kissed The girl turned as white as chalk shrieked loudly fell back in a swoon then was shaken by terrible con vulsions and again swooned for about half an hour The attacks returned every fortnight They have now disappeared but the girl Is still subject to frequent swooning COAST ROCK IS MAGNETIZED Prof Darnett of Stanford University Make an Interesting Discovery on a Tour of Alaska Samuel Jackson Barnett assistant professor of physics at Stanford university California has returned to the university after several months spent In survey work along the Alaskan coast Prof Barnett left here last May to take charge of a party sent out by the United States coast and geodetic survey to make accurate surveys of the northern country along the coast line The party made a special investigation In the pe culiar magnetic disturbances which have made navigation difficult In ci Jiln localities Near Skagway these dlsturbanaces are very severe the deflection of the needle being so great that the compass Is rendered almost useless In that neighborhood It was found that this strange state of affairs was due to the abundance of magnetic rock in the locality This rock is present in Immense quantities on Douglass island and on the mainland and near Skagway it is especially abundant Trof Barnett says that there was almost a perfect magnetic pole at that point He will prepare a full report on the subject for the government OLD VIKING SHIP FOUND Relic Discovered Buried Near Toen berg Norway Will De Pre served In a ainsenm INear Toensberg Norway a Viking ship was discovered recently buried in a barrow in marshy ground with ita masthead partly protruding Herr Qua tafton professor of archaeology at tM University of Christianla was at once summoned to supervise the excavation After some digging It became apparent that this relic of olden times is at least as large as the famous Gokstad ship which was discovered in 1880 and Iff now on exhibition at the Chrlstlanla university The professor considers that the new ly discovered vessel is pretty well preserved though probably a thousand years old He decided to postpone further excavations until next spring as the present season is not favorable to the work The exposed parts have been covered up again A loulblUtT- With plenty of dogs and sleds remarks the Chicago RecordHerald Lieut Peary may yet reach the north pole before Mr Morgan puts a tag on 1C Saves Two From Death I Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her DiscoveryOuradvanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and today she is per fectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and SI bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free 1m A baby giraffe measures six feet from his hoof to the top of liis head at birth Only one remedy in the world that will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any pat Qf the body Doans Ointment At any drug store SOc 1m During the nineteenth century nearly 95509000 was wiped rthe national debt of England by property left by- Will for that purpose HIGHEST PRICED EGOS Are Whoppers and Cost 10000 a DozenForm Unique Worlds Fair Exhibit Eggs 18 inches In narrowest circum ference and nearly two feet long that sell in the market at the rate of 10000 per dozen will be on exhibition at the Worlds Fair at St Louis In 1904 These eggs beloqg tp the United States government and they are now In the custody of the oologist at the National Museum In Washington The latest addition to the govern ments fossil specimens in the egg Une comes from the Island of Madagascar in the Indian ocean and Is said to be the largest egg ever discovered It was bought by an American scientist in SAMUEL P JONES Chairman Manufacturers Committee Kentucky Exhibit Association Paris and was forwarded to Washing ton The government oologlst said that the egg was that of the Aeypornia titan a bird of the quaternary epoch more gigantic even than the Arypor nis maxim us The monster egg was excavated on the Island of Madagascar where It had lain for thousands of years The huge shell an Inch thick and weighing many pounds Is smooth and white and has probably not changed in general appearance since It was laid in prehistoric times When this egg is shown at the Worlds Fair it will be placed beside the eggs of the humming bird tho ostrich and the domestic fowls for claim that Uncle Sam when his representative bought this Incomparable specimen in Paris for a trifle less than 2000 francs got an un usual bargain Eggs even smaller than this have sold at the rate of 6000 to 10000 per dozen The same scientist predicts that these ancient eggs will increase In value and cites the price of the eggs of the great auk Al though this bird was a pigmy In comparison and has been extinct less than 60 yearsAudubon having seen one In 1844lts eggs are worth 2000 each There are about 80 known specimens of the great auks eggs The egg of the Aepyornls Is believed by ninny writers to be that of the roc mention ed in the Arabian Nights and long thought to be fabulous Besides these monster eggs found In recent explorations on the Island of Madagascar enough bones of this ereat bird have been found to enable palen tologists to form a more definite con ception than ever before of Its size A section of the tiblotarsus nearly 100 centimeters long a section of a man dible 170 millimetres long portions otIthe skull and other bones scientists In their estimates that tho Aepyornls towered above the dinorls A skeleton of the latter in the National Museum shows that it was larger than the modern horse That the Aepyornls maximus was still bigger and that the Aepyornls titan whose egg is the most amazing thing In oology was even more gigantic than Its enormous kindred Is proven by the late Madagascar excavations The eggs and the bones of this monstrous bird of the time of Sinbad the Sailor will be a feature of the governments exhibit at the Worlds Fair AGRICULTURAL BUILDING AT ST LOUIS WORLDS FAIR Is the largest Exposition building ever constructed for the reception of a single department Contains a thousand feet more floor space than did the great Crystal Palace In which were shown all the exhibits of the first Worlds Fair in London in 1851 Is 500 feet wide by 1600 feet or over a quarter of a mile in length Has 800000 square feet equaling nearly 20 acres of floor space Cost 529940 Has light admitted by monitor windows without the use of skylights thus protecting exhibits at all times from the direct rays of the sun and adding materially to the comfort of exhibitors and visitors Is big enough to hold three Wash ington monuments laid end to end diagonally through It Used as an apple bin would hold a peck of fruit for each man woman and child In the United States the Philippines and Hawaii and there would be a double supply for each of the Cubans COuld house 16 vessels of the size of the largest steamer afloat the Cedric and thero would be room left for the landing stage Has a capacity to accommodate 13 miles of freight cars together with locomotives and waycars enough to handle them Arranged as a corn crib would hold nearly the entire crop for two years of New England and New York or half the 65000000 bushels consti tuting the average annual crop of Missouri Converted Into a vast silo and filled would store ilage enough to winter many mow than the 3000000 head of cattle shows by tho last ceasts- to be in Mhvaoori Dieting Invites Disease To cure Dyspepsia or Indigestion it is no lonirer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system becomes an easy prey to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never failing cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles what you eat mates the stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m Chinese firemen seem to be immune to the fierce heat 01 tho fire room on ocean steamers and can stand up to temperatures that quickly prostrate white men Broke Into His House- S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Xings New Life Pillt broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now hes entirely cured are guaranteed to cure 25c all all dirties 1m- J1 IIvr r= Gl is to t ers is are I fit or as a or l J at i k fr in us it to i sold in 12 D B Co sell both feed and with or with out also and corn the pay tion to this of ad tf It is said that fly at an aver age of an a fair it is that can 150 in the same Flits On OF SALE IN BY virtue of a nnd Order of Sale of the Court at the Term 1901 In the above style cause the will on the hours ot m nnd 12 in on the In eouu Iv Kynroceed to to Public Sale to the and best the viz A of Land on the waters of Tates Creek in Ky and on ing acres and Wm Haden Mrs cSate will be made on a credit of six twelve and The will be to give bond with for the of the e money to have the force and effect of a Bond legal from day of with a lien upon said all the money paid S E II 011 C C keep at all a of Coal the new that are be ing Ky and do not to say that you will find this to be an and will coal hills At the same time you and are in a of Good Warehouse N Ky- JL= T J p f IBusyOutfitters to Particular People Richmond WI ifSThe s buys Weather ClothinginSeptem He a assortment to select from he i price added of being I 1IItsHow wiser is confines his selection to 4 1 1 rjfilA SchlossMade is a perfect ti of tailoring design ma t terials honest workmanship al effect being chosen specific putdress i This picture intended show favorite in Attire The Reliance Sack the new three button double breasted cut square effect should close clinging collars the latest pegtop This natty the best dressed young fellows wearing We Have Them at 15 merchant tailor would charge you give you nobetter quality not much style keep waitin week ten days besides We have other styles other men other prices Before buy your FALL SUIT drop let talk over t 11 t i W D Oldham CoTtiOutfitters Particular People Richmond Kentucky f rToCure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Qiiinine Tablets post months This Signature ijhaekelforct handand cutters fodder shredders shuckers blowers hand shelters farmers atten class labor saving ducks speed ninety miles hour With wind believed they make miles time Masle Comissioners al- ELHadenc Petition NOTICE EQUITY Judgment Madison Circuit rendered September thereof undersigned Thursday Oct 2203 Between oclock oclock Madison expose highest bidder described property Tract county Bethel Hninch contain adjoining Howurd TERMS months purchaser required approved security payment purehH Keplevln bearing Interest property until purchase SCOTT We on hand times good supply Brush Creek from operated Brush Creek hesitate ideal Coal reduce your nearly onehalf giving perfect Satisfaction Also Red Jellico grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We still the Ce and solicit share your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Phone L Depot ilichmorid t And Ky 4 Is Man I who Cool ber has larger and gets longer Wear for the same with the satisfaction much then man who September c1 TT fTt Suit expression the art The the the the gener with the view the verylatest Fall with and trousers suit more and and and you for you and Seven Minion boxes power power great vies premises following Madison eighteen equally rrserved mines other 142 the r8 fli q j Cures Crp in Two YSI on every boc25c1 Jr 11 r T = jIBigORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coant + ++11 i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinaryJgrate without any attention I 1+ + I +++++++++++ ya MY NAME IS THURMAN f vOn Sausage Row i t Buys SKINS J F r further information address 1 General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder 111 That we are right in the push with our superb stock of JI Jf t s 0 Dry Goods i We carr a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat I tings Give usa calland Vie will give you 1 satisfaction White Gibson lComerMain and KBINTUCKY Second J = r w 1- I F i Jii IS e I a t S S S S S S S S r I SSS se School SS j 1 SSSS s t I 1 SIS Shoes SS S S SS s SS 5S The Schools have open Your boy or girl will need t dSS Strong i SS mu i- I SSS We have the largest assortment of the best SIOR SSS a H School Shoes to be found in the city Bring your T children here and have them fitted Our prices SSare very reasonable t t SSSS S I S ISISH Call in and see our Line of Ladies and lens Fine Shoes SSI SS SS I i S S 1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE j 1 501 SSS 0S55SS5S5SSSSSSSSS S5SSSSSSSSS55SS5555555d555S5555S55555S55SSSS51 0SS SS I n 1The Richmond Climax CHENAULT President A D MILLEREditor Manager WEDNESDAY OCT 7 1903 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BYS The Climax Printing Co Incorporated tDEMOCRATIC TICKET I FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY t HON B A CRUTCHER Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITEC- ONOTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT To B Voted On at the November Election ICHAPTER 50 An sot to provide for an Amendment to Section 181 of the ConstituUon ot KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro ride for taxation for municipal pur peso on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income Ilceniei or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class hall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on euch property of any steam railroad jjtreet railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph lectrTo liker4jRttrio power com anyu GOVERNOR BECKIIAM has ordered a special election for November tenth to elect a congressman from the eleventh district to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Hon Vincint Boring How often do we see wealth and lux ury looking with indifferent eyes upon many a noble heart floundering upon the seas of adversity unwilling to ten der what little assistance necessary to enable him to keep his head above the surface until he reaches that current in the Ktream of lifewhich will carry him by his own efforts calm and umutlled to the shores of ter- nitvC1F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY That Happy Two Will Wed This Fall Have you decided the gift you will present them Have you thought about it If you havent dont Just call at our store stroll through our var ious departments and presto There is an ap propriate gift at your elbow at every turn Dont worry over vhat you shall give Come and look over our superb line of suitable wedding presents s C1F1BroerCo11MAIN LEXINGTON Ly I 1 Good Shoes That will Stand Wear S1SSSISSSSSSSUSSSSSISSSSISSSSSSSSSI JUDGE SAUFLEV upheld the Farris lo cal option law in the Boyle Circuit Court Every feature of this law has been attacked and Judge Saufleys de dma was a severe blow to many viola tors in Danville who bad appealed their cases from the County to the Cir cuit Court Mn R TATE IRVINE of Big Stone Gap has been nominated by the demo ocrats of LeeCounty Virginia as a can didate for the State Senate The other Counties in his district ihave endorsed his candidacy Mr Irvine is well known having been a student a good many years ago at Central University and has nnranrous friends here who read of his popularity with much in terest WHAT does it mean that no American citizen should permit himself to denounce a public wrong or to advocate the principles upon which this repub lic is founded lest people who feel themselves betrayed and oppressed find comfort in his words If the Admin istration has led us into policies which cannot bear discussion in the light of the Declaration of Independence ot the Constitution of the United States and the leadlines of George Washing tOil and Abraham Lincoln must we bury the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and Washington and Lincolns teachings out of sight so that they may not interlere with the ambitions and schemes of our rulers Is it not rather high time to bury such policies so that the great American re public may dare to be itself again Is their desperate efforts to give Belknap a big vote in Louisville Lex ington and Covington and other of the larger cities in the State Federal em ployees are being assesssd by the Re publican machine in violation of tilt laws of the United States A circular letter requesting in polite terms a contribution to the campaign fund but none the less concise and to the point has been sent out by the Republican Campaign Committee These letters were mailed to Repub licaus in general who it was thought might contribute to the fnnd but to the internal revenue employees in par particular from whom the committee has all along calculated upen raising 10000 or more in Louisville alone It is a direct and grave violation of the civil service laws for any government official to be used for political purposes It is likewise an infraction of the civil service law for any one to solicit funds from a government official to be used for political purposes while that government official is about the discharge of his duties in his own office or any other office owned or occupied by the government In the Internal Revenue Department of the Fifth District are employed about 250 storekeepergaugers and storekeepers and gau ers They receive salaries ranging from fiO to 115 a month thcugh the average is trom 85 to 90 a month From time imme partyhastion this corps of storekeepers and gau ers has been looked upon as a val uable asset when it came to raising money for campaign purposes For this campaign the word has been passed along from the Campaign Com mittee that a donation of jfrom the storekeepers and gaugers who have reg ular assignments and steady work but only serve during the busy seasons do nations ranging from 25 to 40 would be gladly received Hundreds of strange negroes have also appeared In Louisville Lexington Covln ton Paducah and elsewhere They have been imported from Tenn essee Ohio and Indiana to the smaller towns in Kentucky The Republicans will make an effort to register them as legal voters By this method they hope to pad the registration and thus pd the vote on election day for the Repub lican State ticket For Sale One 3 yearom saddle and harness mare Will take corn and hay 7 U G W GATES Catarrh Cot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional di sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internilly and acts directlv on the and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun prescriptionpurifiers acting directly on the mu cons surfaces The perfect combina tion ol the two ingredients is what pro curlogCatarrhF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Bold by druggists 75c Halla Fattilr fill ro the beet 1m Successful Forgeries State Auditor Coulter hits dis covered u bungling attempt on theI part of some one to defraud State by forging witness claims for the recet trial of Caleb Pow ers at Georgetown for the Goebel murderThe claims were presented for payment by County Attorney J Tevis Cobb of this city who dealt iu them through W H Culton also of this city one of the States witnesses in the recent trial at GeorgetownThe as presented by Mr Cobb are for 270292 and of this amount a portion is plainly forged as the correct amount due accord ing to the books is 195002 Of the claims presented 175078 worth are correctly sent in and the forgeries are committed in the remaining 24424 worth of them The largest forgery appears in the claims of F Wharton Golden who sold his claim to Culton ac cording to the records for 8920 and which claim appears for 389 20 This forgery is plain being made with pen and ink on a typewritten sheet the figures 8920 in the typewritten copy The other forgies are in about a dozen claims the raise in each being either 10 or 20 The names of the witnesses set out in the raised claims show them to be some of the most reputable witnesses called by the Common wealth Mr Cobb has already paid Culton for the total amount of the claims and he will have to stand the loss Mr Cobb has been in Frankfort in conference with State Auditor Coulter and other officers regarding the for gery and will assist in a vigorous prosecution of the offense Culton has not been heard from in regard to the matter He has lo cated at Me Allister I Tfor the practice of law BFranklinSouthMcAllister hadlumpedcase lie entered a denial of it Cul ton states that he has formed a law partnership there and that he is ready at any time to return to Kentucky Hi hissjustraising the figures on witness claims in the Powers case PublicSalleHaving farming I will on Wednesday Oct 28 At 10 oclock a m at my farm know as the the Huguely place sell at highestbidderty viz 65 extra good feeders 40 extra good yearlings 2 milch cows 1 yearling heifer 20 hogs 6 sows and pigs 1 pair work mules 1 combined horse 6 years old 2 brood mares 1 weanling colt 2 yearling colts 2 yearling jacks 1 weanling jack colt 4 jennets 38 select ewes and 12 nice bucks of the famous C At Clay flock 1 Imported buck Also all farming implements consisting of wagons plows etc placeIknown as the Huguely place consisting of 270 Acres and the other known us the Karr place and containing 425 Acres Termsmade on day of sale Mrs JW Smith Haryey Cheuanll Agt T D Cbeaaultt Auct 7 ctd 1I Well Known Families Off For ladlaa lerrtterr to Live About two weeks hence Madison county will surrender to Indiau Territory two most excellent families Hon W T Tevis wife and four children and Dr and Mrs Ira Brown Oldbam and three children will take up their residence In Muscogee Indian Territory having made all arrangements to that end They have chartered cars to carry some Kentucky stock and part of their household goods the larger part of Mr Tevis however will be disposed of at a sale set for the 15th of this month In bidding adieu to these good people It is mete and proper for the CLIMAX to say that no two families that have ever gone from our midst left behind more devoted friends Mr Tevis is a man of affairs an ex Confederate soldier as brave as ever shouldered a musket and as staunch a Democrat as ever cast a ballot He was a member of the Kentucky Legislature and is personally known to all the foremost public men of our State Indeed it was he who about 1867 wrote the call upon the present distin guished Junior Senator from Kentucky Hon James B McCreary of this city to make his debut into public life as a candidate for the Legislature which he won by a handsome majority and whose career has been one continual upward march of triiurph whether as Speaker of the Kentucky House as Model Governor Model Congressman and certain to be known as Kentuckys Model Senator Colonel Tevis strong intellect integrity loyalty to his friends and courage fit him for citi zenship and positions of trust and re sponsibility in his new home Of his wife we need only say that she is one of the most cultivated attractive and hospitable matrons in Madison Her children are bright and beautiful the eldest Myra though under twelve be ing a most winsome little Miss Dr Brown Oldham too has a very interesting family who will be ornaments to the Muscogeo community Dr Oldham is a college bred man though inured to the life of a farmer boy A fine physician and surgeon of good address honorable antecedents ambitious and beloved by all he and his family will meet with instant rec ognition and reward at the hands of the good people of Muscogee Muscogee the queen city of the In dian Territory is a second Kansas City in enterprise push and get there It has ten thousand people a capital zation of 7120000or about the taxa ble wealth of Richmond an Madison county combined There is frequent inquiry from people all over the country for information concerning the city of Mnscogee Briefly and concisely stated it can truthfully be said that Mnscogee has Population 10000 6 Banks capital 1250000 total deposits 1600000 1 U S Government Depository Only one in Indian Territory 6 Railroads M K T Frisco M K 0 Muscogee Southern Santa Fe Mo Pacific 14 Passenger trains leave daily 24 Freight trains pass every 24 hours 20 Cars of Muscogee freight received dailyDivision headquarters M K T- Ry Muscogee Southern Ry Musco gee Union Ry Pullman Car Co 1 Cotton Compress Mattress Factory 2 Cotton Gins 2 Grist Mills tOil Mill 1 Vitrified brick plant 1 Concrete block plant 2 Daily newspapers 4 Weekly newspapers 10 Monthly publications 10 Wholesale housesSales last year S2000000 100 Stenographers employed in the city limits 50 Lawyers 20 Doctors 50 School teachers 4 Cohlegea800 students 8 School houses 8 Churches 1 Opera House I 44fliu I United States officials India Agent United States Marshal United States District Attorney Clerk United States Court Superintendent Schools Indian Territory 1 Federal prison 7 Hotels 8000 guests each month 40 Modern brick blocks 200 Buildings in progress of construc tionLow rate or insurance Electric lighted Tang distance telephone service Splendid water and sewerage system built by city Free mail delivery in city 2000000 letter canceled inMuscogee postoffice last year Fine fire department Chamber of Commerce 300 mem here Real Estate Exchange30 members Muscogee quoted cotton as special on London Cotton Exchange KIRKS YuLE Everything in this section is ex tremely dry Very little rain has fallen of lateA meeting will begin at the Baptist church the 20th ot this monthOwing to the illness of the pastors wife the meeting which has been in progress here has closed Mr and Mrs June Crandall of Bloomington Ill have been visiting the family of Mr R E Baker Mr and Mrs R E Baker haye just returned from Mo lean Ill where they spent six weeks most delightfully Mesdames Alvey Ely of Peebles 0 and Jack Adams and A B Ely 01 Paint Lick spent Tuesday with Mrs 8 W Ross of this place Mr W G Rice of Mattoon Ill has returned to his home after an extended visit here Mr Rice made many warm friends while here Messrs S W and G W Ross sold to Walker and Srunders of Garrard county sixtyfive hogs The bunch brought the handsome sum of 600 Mr George Shepherds new house is almost completed It will be ready for Mrs Shepherd who has been in Irvine for quite a while visiting relatives following Low Rates via L N Louisville Ky and return one fare plus 25c October 6 and 8 final limit October 11 Also October 19 and 20 final limit October 23 Paducah Ky and return one fare plus 25c October 15 and 16 final limit October Lexington Ky and return one fare plus 25c October 26 and 27 final limit October 30- Cincinnati and return October 4 and 18 good only on special train leaving Richmond at 630 a m returning leaves Cincinnati at 8 p m limited to date of sale J W HAMILTON Agent For Silt Onesuite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 400 Will eshi for S100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone Nollong ring or five 107 7 tf Giv GATES JUEauis always efficacious It is a positive dandruff cure It will keep a goodohairfmm falling out and wM ir render beautiful tresses all the more luxuriant I and glossy tzboo bottles told in one month in the United States 4 OT bottle SOc 8 oz bottle 100 Ed Plnauds American Import OilceoEd Nr For Money As Lost Gentlemans ring with set and urn brella with S K M on the handle Finder return to this office and re calve reward 23sp3t Small Farm for SaleII wish to sell privately my farm 4 miles Foxtown containing 784 acres Well Improved and watered For further information call on or ad dress WM MUNDAY 23s1m White Hall Ky ton Sale Sixtyfour extra twoyearold feeding cattle average weight about 1200 pounds G J White Son oct302tFARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from JOto60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who Ere inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention Central Ij Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pies Genl Mgr 16sep3m WilliE HALL The home of the late General Cassius M Clay for Sale at PublicJuctionT- he Heirs will sell this famous proper ty upon the premises at Public Auction on Thursday Oct 22 03 at 10 oclock a m The farm contains 350 Acreso- fextremely fertile land all in blue grass None of this land has been ploughed for many years Magnifi cently improved Title perfect Gen eral Warranty Deed given Immediately after tint above sale 275 Adjoining Acres of the same original tract of land own ed by Mrs Ann Clay Crensbaw will be sold itt Public Auction On the Next DayFridayO- ctober 23 premisesthe4 BELLEVIEW7 A part of the original Whitehall tract lying upon the Richmond and veryfertile325 AcresHas nice residence fine fruit and is well watered and is mostly in grass Title perfect General Warranty Deed given BSfProspective purchasers are in vited to examine these properties Brutus J GJay Agt For the Heirs Richmond Ky Sept 17 03 td Busy Bee Cash Store PeopleRichmond It Pays Well To Look Well Crowds of fine looking young men visited our store every day last week buying their Fall Suits and more will come this week for the word seems to have passed along that this is the place to get young mens clothing especially The Kind That Helps You on in the World THE PICTURE REPRESENTS The Columbia SUITShandtailoredto the quality of the clothing made by Schloss Bros Company The Best Clothes Makers For young men who want the extreme styles and the most radical cuts THE COLUMBIA is sure to strike their discriminative fancy Then the best of the story is yourpocketSo Little north good 15 Especiallywhenfc2T A Fall Weight Suit may defer the need of an over buyingyourit over I LadiesTailormadeshowing all the new uptodate garments in favor this season No need going to betterandandtheGet our styles and prices MensBoxnoshoddyourBtyllsh latestinto day in Central Kentucky Give us a call and be convinced I I will Oldhom and Cornpuqj u 1vA t tt For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices jquoted below a 8 13c Laws at 5c lOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at 12c ijlV 18c Lawns 15c 75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c 69cA1 aLadies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats II inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffle and ruching at top of flounce separate dust ruffle at 99c each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats Jo inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with of black foot ruffle J99 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats to luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199each 0 tCall in during our cut rate sale of ten days andpurchase bargains Respectfully Yours ECor OWBNMcKEEand RICHMOND KENTUCKY J ie ttAttEstray A white and black spotted hog weigh ing about 125 pounds cam to my place about two weeks ago and has since been cared for by me Owner can have saute by payirg charges A H LAWn 23 4f Orange St Richmond Ky Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors CIRCUIT COURT ELHadenc Puffs On Petition All persons having claims against the estate of Leroy Haden am hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 7th day of December 1903 or same will be barredS SCOTT M C M C C 30eep6t Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 51 Thomas OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5 H jng8fj250 5 bottles 3 2 IIjUJs S210 Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky Shackelford Co have everything that the farmer needs and uses If you want to sow your wheat reliably and with accuracy use one of our Kentucky Disc Wheat Drills Withor without Fertilizer attachments we also sell all grades of Fertilizers and then you know your wheat has been sown correctly tf Ladies 25c Corset Covers for 19c 39c 29c 49c 39c 75c 75c Skirts for 69c 99c 89c J bands High some Main First J MADISON Utt wiki hilling Silirain Ccontr iiUog dine Iron Diilillir for limilj lid nidlcil lit eiperiinct ucitsirj laljtood IcdflniaL Hicimonej cii bt Bud 6jthtrlihlpirtr Addrm Ditllllirj ClicluiU 0 Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Telephone writinJjT mh8 tf Lost On the street in this city Thursday a light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this office tf Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent Interest on long time in sums of SlOOO or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LETCHER In apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky W L CRUTCHER G W EVANS JR J1 New FirmAND T A Magnificient Stock of Goods 7- J t Everything for the home beautiful C t can be found in our store j P I I andour prices will teverybody SUII J t We are at home at JopIin1s old stand on J Main street and we guarantee the best J J and most polite attention tJ igive us a caII4 e Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky S Great Values in iFall Merchandise ff f New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our Utstore immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and beter selected stocks theff4 see we you is not exaggerated that the values we offer hi highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODSJr CottonVestingscollection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined piquesand other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away 5 Our Pall MillineryWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children instyles out of the ordinary The most complete assortment in the city in feltbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right t HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread i thekind4Qothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We 4 therightf1Aat all prices Come and see them ir0 Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices j 1 Respectfully tci the Submitted Cash Trade E V Elder Q r 1 H s w MdiT j J i T d It L t i We Are Ready To Talk Busines Our line of Buggies and Carriages for spring is now getourthelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfactions tkiC eaTTa OOTtS RIQHRJOND ICY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 7 1903 Your City Taxes are now past due Please call andsettle to avoid penaltyL City Collector Office at State Bank Trust Company 1m Julia H Higgins Examiner Steno rapher and Typewriter Business solicited Telephons 354 7 1m PoN Powell of College Hill bought of Chas Soper the Guest Place on Otter Creek pike Price private The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at the Hotel Glyndon tomorrow at 3 oclock All members are urged to be present The place for holding the next raeetinc of the National Fox Hunters Association is New Haven in Nelson county It will begin November 3- 0I Mr Milward Brown has accepted a osition with Messru Crutcher Ev ns the Main street furniture dealers It Brown who ho had wide experi lice in this line of business invites his- riends 9 and see him in his new ulTters Mrs Lee Maupin has opened up rstclass millinery establishment the room formerly occupied by Mr Lee Smiths She has on hand now a full line of readytowear fall hats and she desires the patronage of all of her friends 3t For Rent House of Eight rooms and aU necessary out buildings New stable It Mrs Elizabeth Crowe HarbPirkliuon Company This popular repetoire organization opened a weeks engagement Monday night at the New Opera House This company has played here for several seasons and always maintained its ex cellent reputation Railway Accident A L Dyer of Clayburn county Tenn WAA the victim of an accident on the L N railroad near this city Saturday He was in some way rnn over antI his riiiht arm was so badly mangled that he was brought here and the injured member amputated Goes With hast Mr Alex Bowls of thin city formerly with the Harris Nickel Plate Circus came home last week and joined the band of the Faust Minstrels Company Alex establishing quite a reputation an a musician and is mint rapidly in his profusion Land Sales Mr P M Pope has sold his farm on JjincHKter pike to Mr J C Bronston for 50 per acre This farm ronsitfts of 70 acres Mr ppe expects to huy elsewhere and has eye on several good J Win Waiters lisa purchased the Jerry Hroaililns farm on Muddy Creek It comprises 178 acres and brought Sol an acre e 5 ALuVcts 2o flower Lots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store Eor Sale Medium size rolltop office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G w GATES Good Thing For Candidates The CLIMAX has a novel scheme to aidcandidates for office who use cards of announcement Drop in and we will show you how to keep your cards con stantly before the people The Walker Sale The public sale of W C Walker and sister at Potts Mill Wednesday was well attended Eight twoyearold feeders brought 3750 per head small heifers 23 per head Horses brought 85 to 90 One pair aged mules were sold for 120 Col Thos Chenault con ducted the sale Fine Corn Mr W F Powers has on display at the Richmond National Bank 4 ears of corn that weighed six pounds andone ounce and at the County Clerks office the same number of ears that weighed five and onehalf pounds This corn was raised on Mr Powers Garrard county farm Our Next Conjressnan Hon Harvey Helm our next Con gressman was here Monday shaking hands with his friends and he met lots of them Out of about 100 Democrats we heard express themselves only one said he was against HelmMt Ver non Signal llf Deed Judge J C Chenault was here Wed nesday and left with the County Clerk the largest deed ever made 01 recorded in this county It covers sixtyfive different tracts of land the value of which will aggregate over 1000000 and which cost 1625 to be recorded Mt Vernon Signal At Kit DYUle The Old Folks Concert which made so decided a hit here last week will repeat its performance at Shepherds Hall KIrksville next Monday night October 12 Everybody is expected and every effort will be made by the hospitable Kirksville people to insure the visitors a good time- Magazines For Sale A friend has left with us for sale the following magazines Two volumes Harpers Monthly three volumes Century one volume St Nicholas and one volume Review of Reviews They are all in good condition nicely cloth bound and can be hail for less than cost of binding alone Call at CLIMAX office for inspection For Rent My farm of 160 acres one mile from Richmond on the Big Hill pike 35 acres in corn 40 in meadow balance in blue grass Large dwelling with all modern improvements Fine barn 3 large ponds all kinds of fruit suita ble for dairyman or stockman Have for sale a large lot of new corn and some hay WILLIS HISLE 23 1m Richmond Ky Elliott W Shantlin Dead Elliott W Shanklin Secretary of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders As sociation died suddenly late Friday afternoon in his office at the fair grounds of heart failure He had just about completed arrangements for the trotting meeting and was looking for ward with pride to what he hoped would be the most successful meeting in the history of the association Public Sale I will expose to public sale on Thurs day October 15 1903 at the hour of 10 a moat my home on the Jacks Creek pike 4 4 miles from town the following stock 6 brood mares safe in foal to jack and horse 2 yearling horse colts 3 3yearolds 2yearold filly 2 2year old mare mules well broke 1 4year old horse mule 3 yearling mare mules yearling horse mule a number of rows and calves 40 ewes 30 or 40 hogs 40 feeding cattle 10 yearling cattle 2 yearold jacks No1 1 4yearold jack 1 stallion by old Peavine sev eral jennets and two jack colts and other stock Terms made known on day ot sale M A PHELPS T DChenault Auctioneer 7 2t S e E Deatherage Co Seeds Seeds SEEDSt 41- h I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that 4 J I have all kinds of seeds to sellG Iam no old hay Jseed either but I have J HAYto sell by the bale or car loaco I also handle oats T i andcorn and NorthernSeed Rye i Those wanting- things will do well to give me a callloPrices reason J able Remember that I have things to selland not- tokeep I tJ 10 10 0 0 0 4 E Oeatherage Co c I q j THE NEWEST AND BEST IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS ALL THATS NEW IN Boots and Shoes boysthelargestyoull find such leading brands as Hanan Florsheim WalkOver and other fine Shoes in all shapes and leathers at 2 to 6 with other allsolid shoes as low as 1and a great collection of High Top Shoes best made for rain mud and snow at J 50 to 4 and a big stock of Leather Felt and- Rubber BOOTS selected with great care for hard service and sold at ex tremely close prices for such quality Our special Calf Boot double back and front is neat looking extra dura ble and warm and a good water turner See it Prices J 95 to 4- Bootees and Lace Boots A very complete assortment of values entirely worthy of your monev3 50 to 5 00 Also a very large stock of Boys Footwear of every kind at low prices PaJa 42iaf And he doesnt as a rule realize the wifes discomforts and troubles while in the kitchen Patient mamma does the worrying You Ought to Buy a Gas Range and stop all that muss waste expense worry and dis comfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins only when you light the match to begin cooking stops the minute you are through Richmond Water Light Co Estill as an Incubator Estill county continues to produce Statesmen along with her other products The latest accession to politics from Estill is Hon Durrett White who last week was named as Councilmanic nominee on the Democratic city ticket at Clay City Powell county Such men as he are worthy of any honor Upright able fearless educated be will be an ornament and aid to the community that honors him Stock Dies From Hydrophobia County Superintendent of Schools J D Clark sustained quite a loss yesterday when a fine registered Jersey heifer and a twoyearold combined gelding very highly valued succumbed to hydro pnobia at his home in the country says the Lexington Democrat One day last week a mad dog made his appearance at Mr Clarks place and bit the heifer and the colt The dog was seen to bite the young cow but Mr Clark was unaware that the horse had been bitten until it took the disease and died The dog was killed before doing any other damage Two Tied For Championship The Kentucky championship shoot at Louisville Wednesday resulted in a tie between Harry Lyons of Louisville and Alfred Clay of Austerlitz Ky Each killed thirtyfive birds without a miss Darkness put an end to the coin petition Nineteen men started in the contest Four killed twentyfive each Jake Gray of Pine Grove Ky and J T Page of Elkton Ky lined up with Lyons and Clay for the shootoff Gray killed nine and then missed two Page killed fourteen out of eighteen The tournament was highly successful at tracting wide attention and high class competition Outlook Bright It is with with the deepest pleasure that we are able to mention that the Pattie A Clay Infirmary is on a better standing financially than it has been for many months The institution is tirely out of debt and has money to its credit In bank Through the earnest efforts of Drs H C Jasper and O H Vaught who are Burgeons for the L A and L N railroads respectjvely a great many patients from the two roads are taken to the Infirmary But its success Is due princpally to the ex cellent management of the board of lady directors There is no more wor thy institution than the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and we are proud to know that the clouds which were so thick a while back and which seemed fora time would shroud it into utter obliv ion have passed and everything now is brighter and that we will still be able to boast of ope of the neatest beet equipped and jsoet 1iysasd hoe y4tok ia tbe 84U For Rent 115 acres of land 60 acres in meadow balance in grazing land good orchard good house with six rooms and all necessary outbuildings One and one half miles from the Court House Pos session given January 1 1004 Call on Z T RICE 7 2t at Rice Arnolds YMCA Notes The County Executive Committee have fixed upon November 27 28 and 29 as the dates for the annual County Convention of the Madison County Young Mens Christian Associations Woodford county has just closed its first year of Association work At the Convention just closed at Midway en couraging reports were given Plans are being perfected for an in teresting series of practical talks by Richmond men to the Association These will be aside from the Gospel afternoon the County Secretary will give Gospel talk illustrated with the steropticon The room must be filled with men Amusements- Miss Lizzie Fvans the famous little comedy woman inbAt Cozy Corners will be seen with her fine company and production at the L 0 O F Grand Opera House October 20 Frederick Paulding the eminent actor directed the staging of the play which is assuring of its careful preparation At Cozy Corners tells in a manner wholesome and quaint a strong story of sue tamed interest and treated in an un conventional way It is a play that willappeal to the better element of theatregoers The scenes are laid in the little town of Cozy Corners Mass The plot deals with the visit of Clau dia a celebrated and pretty concert violinist to the town in summer time The young congregational minister falls In love with her and the exciting moments of the play centre around their married life Some very effective scenery with unique light effects a crowd of school children a quartette of fresh young bovs voices and the employedInGolden Sands of Life There are so many broken moments in our lives we could piece them all together they would round off quite a period of time These odds and ends as it were of bur existence generally slip from us unused and leave a number of petty blanks in our lives gaps that can nevermore be filled We thoughticeswhich he foolishly imagines may be spent without forethought so long as the dollars are put to good use But it is the pennies which the thrifty men hoards that usually swell into millions i and so likewise those precious frag soreckleeelymngen sands of lire that might be made to brighten and embellish it were we to gather them together ou the way aad turn UteRi to prornawe9sstht MKWife n OUR DISPLAY OF Foil Winter Suits Overcoats AlfredBenjaminand others of renown are controlled exclusively by us Large buying gives us first choice for this market of all the best clothing in America we select and control that with most meritthat which Fits best retains Shape and Wears longest And for these reasons we show Styles quality and Prices unsurpassed in any city large or small and certainly not equaled elsewhere in Richmond or Madison county choosingPrices5t 7at 10 1250 15 18 20 and Finer 1 Underwear and Shirts andfleecednonshrinkable wools are just the thing to ward off colds and pneumonia 1 1 50 and woolluxuriousFancyShirts50c 75c 100 and 150 COVINGTON AND BANKSAA Card of Thanks We desire to express our sincere thanks for the sympathy and kind at tentions of many friends in our great sorrow R P McCord J F McCord- D P and Zerelda McCord Bethenla McCord Howard Public Speaking Senator James B McCreary and the Hun N B Hays will speak at the following places- Owensboro Monday October 5 in the afternoon Daviess county at night Morganfleld Union county Tuesday October 6 afternoon Union county that night Marion October 7 at 1 p m Princeton October 8 at 1 p m Kuttawa October 8 at 7 p m Madisouville Friday October 9 at 1 p m Greenville Saturday October 10 at p m Central City October 10 at 7 p m A Magnificent Production On last Thursday night quite a nice crowd was out to see Fausts Suherb Minstrels which showed at the New Opera House This is one of the best minstrel organizations on the road The costuming was exquisite and every singer an artist in himself We cant refrain from making special mention of Mr Will Patties solo He was given quite an ovation by his Richmond friends and was encored and reencored responding each time most graciously Mr Pattie is a nephew of Mr C D Pattie of this city and attended school here several years ago He posesses a rich tenor which pleased his hearers immensely The end men with their jokes dances etc were all good In every way the performance was above the ordinary After the performance a delightful Smoker was tendered the members of the company who were Elks by the local Lodge at their elegant club rooms Terrific Indictment of Mount Sterling Editor Morrow of the Jackson Hustler thus belittles the good town of Mount Sterling As a specimen of ridi cule the article is good enough if stat ing facts but we opine the editor of the Hustler has been turned down by the merchants of Mt Sterling when ho applied for job work and advertising which soured him on the town Col Morrow 8ays A wealthy Cincinnati invalid is looking for a very quiet town in which to pass the rest of his days without be ing disturbed by the noise and bustle incident to the uptodate town The Cincinnati invalid is respectfully re ferret to Mt Sterling as the place after his own hearts desire A man could snooze on any of its principal streets until the resurrection morn and not be awakened by noise or bustle It is a model town in this respect and the indications are that it promises to remain so It is a bashful and timid lit tie burg not given to the rude ways of progressive and enterprising towns and a noise in its midst wouldoffend its delicate sensibilities to the extreme ofcausing a multitude of cases of pros tration of the solar plexus and nervous constitution By all means let the sick man hike himself to Mt Sterling a city that is as noiseless and dead as an Egyptian mummy though somewhat more prepossessing in generalappear ancesPERSONAL Mrs Oma Hampton has been visit inK her parents in Burgin D R Allman of Lancaster is visit ing relatives and friends here Dr E E BIUle8 of Newcastle Pa has been the guest of Dr C 0 Hooker Mrs W F Powers and little daugh ter are visiting relatives and Iriends in ChicagoS and daughter of Carlisle Ohio are visiting Meads and relatives in the county Miss Lillie Rltter of London Is the Kwst of Mfeeee Lucy Id JFaaaie XMnlt lt lIorM LexlngtonMiss Mae Shanklin during the trots andfamilyformers parents Mr and Mrs Thos BerryIMattieSmithtrotsLexingtonDr Robert Lewis who has been se theGibsonin Wildle Rockcastle county Friday Judge and Mrs J1 Bentcn were among the guests at ft dinner given yesterday at the hospitable home of inBourbonSentinel Mrs Stone Walker of Richmond is another visitor who was greatly admir ed last evening She wore a white chiffon and lace gown with a black velvet picture gown Louisville Herald Horse Show Notes Mr Garni us Chatham who has been playing with the Hopkinsville base returnedhomeT League and was one of the very best successfulHarrodsbolrgDemocrat Today Mrs Christopher D Chenault gave a pretty luncheon at her home on North Limestone for the members of her committee as Chairman of the Department of Art and Education at the Womans Club The table was decorated with aster and ferns and a de lightful luncheon of several courses was served Plans were discussed for duringtheThe following invitations have been received by friends of Miss Beulah Pugh who is pleasantly remembered in this city where she formerly attend ed Madison Institute- Mr Pughinvitoat daughterBeulah to Mr David Mosley Walker Wednesday evening October fourteenth nineteen hundred and three eight oclock Vanceburg Ky MATRIMONIAL1VILLIAsisTuRexrrOn day morning at five oclock Mr W S Williams of Paris and Miss Mollie Turpin of this city were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Judge and Mrs N B Turpin After a delightful wedding breakfast the happy couple left for a two weeks trip to Cincinnati Nashville and At laura after which they will be at home in Paris KEirnCKCTCiiKB News has been received here of the marriage in Lamar ForneyTexaswedding occurred on Septembr 23 the ceremony being said by Rev S W Crutcher assisted by Jas N Crutcher Rev S W Crutcher is a twin brother of Mr W L Cmtcher of this place and this marriage will be pleasant news to relatives and friends here and in the countyIJAlUUSBflAW5EnOfl last Wednesday night Mr H P Harris and Miss Lavinia Brawner were united in marriage by Rev W A Eisenhart at his home on Fifth street The attendants were Mr Jeff Tribble and Miss Hattie Hicks Mr Harris for several years SuperintendantCompany and has by his gentlemanly way and upright bearing won the esteem of all His bride is the attract- Ive daughter of Mr Tom Brawner and has always resided here She is extremely popular with a large circle of friends Mr and Mrs Harris will re side here The CLIMAX joins in extend ing the heartiest congratulations BIRTHS RYMELL To the wife of J W By mell Sunday October 4 a tenpound boy DEATHS WALLACEMr Andrew Wallace of Irvine died at his home last Tuesday after a long illness of bowel trouble Interment took place Wednesday in Irvine cemetery Deceased was 67 years of age and was one of Irvines oldest citizens Besides a wife he is survived by seven children Messrs O C and H G Wallace and Mrs Es till Payne of this city En Wallace of Lexington and Meiers James Tom sad TCM y WaU M ef Irvifttv UJJ = I1I 3 j An Exception Mr Jeff Stone one of Richmonds oldest and boat known carpenters and contractors is an exception He recently told a CLIMAX reporter that in all the years of his life he had never tasted whiskey or other intoxicants had never used tobacco in any form and never in all his life used an oath and never danced a step It would be hard to find many who can say as much Mr Stone is a true Kentucky gentle man hailing from old Estill county and is a dyed in the wool Democrat This Man Died Standing Among the handfull of Mexican Vet erans who attended the reunion here on the 24th ult was Capt John H McBrayer of Lawrenceburg accompa nied by Mr Wm F Bond of that city also a veteran of the Mexican War Capt McBrayer was the boy captain from Kentucky He commanded the Salt River Tigers and the com mand received great commendation in the official papers of the higher officers He was in the battles of Monterey Buena Vista and others I had the good fortune today to meet a descendant of one ot my command who died standing said Capt McBrayer I have heard of but one man being shot and dying in his tracks That was Pentleton Reynolds of my company He received a mor tal wound and was still standing erect when we found him dead The shock invariably tumbles them over and Reynolds peculiar death attracted attention at the time throughout army circles I have watched since and never yet have heard of a similar death ALL THATS NEW IN Hatsand eapsEvery man in Madison county should look through our big stock before he buys his winter Hat Here are styles and shapes to suit every face and figure with the best quality possible for the price A very large assortment to select from LOO to 500And when youre ready for your winter Cap its here in any style you wish 25c 50c 75c and 1 00 Beautiful assortment for boys at 25c and 50c AND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Gloves Ties 2oliars- Suspenders Socks everything to clothe man or boy from head to foot The point ie made by W D Old ham Co in his advertisement in an other column that a Fall Suit purchas ed now may defer the need of an oyer coat for full two months yet This firm sells the clothing made by Schloss Bros Co of Baltimore the largest clothing house in the world and the Columbia Sack shown in todays ad vertisement is especially designed to meet the discriminative taste of smart dressers who want to wear the very latest To cutsjThe Eighth Congressional Education al Association meets in our little city October 30 and 31 1903 There will be an evening session Friday evening This will be the greatest educational meeting ever held in our county and we expect much good to result from it There will be teachers of the Common Schools and High Schools and County Superintendents from all the counties of the district in attendance An ex cellent program has been prepared and questions of vital importance will be discussed All friends to the cause of education are most cordially invited tc attend this meeting I earnestly re quest all teachers of the county to dis miss tbeir schools on Friday and at tend every session of the Association and enroll as members Let us show our visiting friends that we have an educational and progressive spirit J WM WAGERS County Superintendent Fen RENT my residence on Main Street C S HOITON- septOtf Mrs Mary Elizabeth McGinn the widow of Rev J B McGinn died early Saturday morning from complica ted heart disease atuher home on South Main street aged 67 years She had been an invalid for some years and when her husband passed away last November it was believed that she would soon follow him For some weeks prior to her death she bad been steadily declining marriaserwas married to Mr McGinn at Padu cah April 29 1303 Seven children sur vive her viz Mrs Kelly Moore of Bourbon county J Winston McGinn of Louisville Mrs John R Pates and Mrs Grant E Lilly of Richmond Julian B McGinn of Butte Mont Mis Bessie McGinn and Samuel McGinn All except Julian McGinn were present at the funeral Sunday afternoon The services were held at the Chris han church being conducted by Rev V B Taylor Mrs McGinn was a Christian i1yof unwavering faith Her cheerful buoy ant disposition kindness of heart and engaging manner were well known to a large circle of friends She was especially fortunate ana happy in the love of her children Woodford Sun Shackelford Co are headquarters for all kinds of sporting goods single and double barrel guns from 600 to 100 and rifles any kinds jou wish all calibers Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load you wish Game bags and loading tf 7 7 71 717F 71 71 ffi 7I 757I 7I7171 i Rice and Arnold a iD 4 I The Hat to WFthe One That Looks Best f 44+++ +++i Hatsi ++44 + + ++wc Ill a pWecanfityourhead and give you the cor I rect shape for fall both in soft and stiff K Hats Prices from 1 ffito 5 Take a l okt 7fourwindow before7Jyou buy I a 1 V 7I RICE All ARNOLD I t Main Street Richmond Ky + y ++ IeF1eIe1 + = f Tt2J I r t f J c J T = n if r ffl l i PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOXNXYS It M MILLER fiATTOIIJfTLtW next door to feb3lj OflicentheBumciThtldingJ ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op poaite Court House on Main Street I J 0 D M OHENAULT I ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Seoond street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY ItirOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSEILORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennett old law office over Perry iThomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson bnildme M lnStreet H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Office Stoufler Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway KENTUCKY IOHMOND W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KKNTUCKY =E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs Eo OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank It Truat B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatby DENTAL STOOERY Th 1aette t tonsot DBInJST or LoyisviLLR KY nOfUce next door to Government Building BlchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novlTly 0 wv M Blanton DENTIST orOWee lu Bennett liulldlng llanly TKLEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyntlon Wednesday October 21 1003 n Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat ATTENTION 7 We have moved our produce butliness from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest mdrket price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce I 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 2J janlv RICHMOND KY un n One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Loiisie S Italic Bailroii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or versal1lesLawrencebnrglShelI acspm For Irvine tM am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LouIsTllle Lexington and llMam Cincinnati 8Kr m From Irvine 335 pm O M DROWNING den Mgr- Veraaillei Ky R A S A Richmond Ky Stops tho Ooh ant Works o2 the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Trwela cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE twishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Ioltlt Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the lol lowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Searcy Hamilton 0 Finnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John Stapp Burton Roberts J v Teater J W Prewitt L A Wearren C C McWharter EarlyLT Rchmond Waco Red House Valley View Bath ton Paint Kirksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses We can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our tock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a tory unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly n L1 a NITirn Tails Ar 3Ui am 1106 pm 7B pm 430 p Lick Livingston No6 Cinnati and Livings ton Express north bound No Cinnati and Livings ton Express north bound No Cinnati and Livings ton Ex south bound No 10 Stanford and Mays villo Aocm north bound 1I1aysIIl1e No 21 Richmond and Row land Accni south bound No 22 Richmond and Stanford north bound Lv 1246 p 155 pm 350 am- IIOS pm 620 a m 820 am d Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chenault n SCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Pails Ohio will open in Sep temher a Highclass Private School at Kirksvillo Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by competent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky HelpUS with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all inquiries toG P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherd Kirksville Ky L R Blanton DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B StreetsaprSO lyrPhone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid ITo purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife l i MADE BY yIPhone 1663 WACO KY Wool1CardiiginSeason t j I i 1T 1 We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surriee Buggies and rnna bouts than we now have on display in our show room It rill pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices Tjlie best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see uscRichmond Carriage tf S L MIDKIFF Prop A Love LettertWould not interest you if youre look ing for a guaranteed Salve for Sores PDnder1Mosore for a year but a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve cured nie Its the best Salve on earth 25c at all druggists 1m The Ball Bearingr DensmoreOnly absolutely ball bearing type writer ever offered See it belore or dering or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer backII8pacerbest alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or wo will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Dln more Ijpwrite Co 323 W Fourth st Cincinnati 0 JOS R POWER Lock Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY Coiiair le Wm G White Puff against Dora Otter NOTICE DUs OF HALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of n Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit at thecourtlrenderedSeptember Term above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday October 8th J903 premiseInto expose te Public Sale to the highest and b st bidder the following described property vln A Certain Lot on Letcher Avenue Richmond Ky opposite and near to the passenger station of the L di N R R Co anu on the north by the lot of Mary Yates on the south by the lot of John Azbill on the west by Letcber Avenue same being in the hHpe oI a triangle and be byElizabethson County Clerks office producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TKRMSSalo will be made on a credit six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security forthe payment of the purchase money to have the legalisteredserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S Eo SCOTT MC M C C Special Wssws Sale Margaret Eo Ayres c Plff against Margaret E Ayres guadian Sx Dfs NOTICE OF SALE BY virtue of an order of the Madison Circuit Court entered at Its September Term the undersigned Special Comm beioner will sell all of the land owned liy Dr J Ayres de- ceMseulatbisdenth The said land will oe sold on the premises on Wednesday October 7 1903 twelvemonthstime thedatemonths from the date of aid sole 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 a lien on the land to secure the Inthreethat bid which realizes the most will be ac lessThissplendid Improementlhas good fencing well watered and has a outhousefrorathepikePurchasersand see that it is most desirable allttletracton the College Hill pike T J McKINNEY Spr Com 3t Moberley Ky Commissioners Sale Charles Fads Admt Plff against Mrs Sallie M Ends c Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale theSeptemberstyle cause the undersigned will on Saturday October 10th J9U3 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 11 oclock a m on the premises In Madison county Kentucky proceed to expose to Public followingA Tract of Land ontalnlngt3 WmEastpreducetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Kale will be made ou a credit of 6 togivement ot the purchase money to have the force Interestfromproperty until all the purchase money is paid- S E SCOTT MCM CC ffil 11 Iii AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE STAKES October 6th fto 17th HAPPY WOMEN Plenty of Them in Richmond Iand Good Reasons for It Wouldnt any woman be happy after years of backache suffering days oi misery nights of unrest the distress f urinary troubles sho finds relief and ure No reason why any Richmond reader should suffer in IlioJacyof evi d enceiftethisKate East Main street wno known to a wide circle of friends in lii4 city says My kidney trouble seenied a chronic condition I suffered continually from severe pains across the small of my back the kidney score ions were much discolored and hough I bad tried many medicines I found no relief As soon as I saw Ooans Kidney Pills advertised I deter mined to try them and got a box at B L Middeltons drug store The bene ts I have received through the use of he pills makes me more than glad to recommend them to others For sale by all dealeis 60 cents a box FosterMilbnrn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Dotms and take no other r KoUce I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is boing cultivated and tho balance is in coal and umber The coal mine mineIis mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desiring propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CARRIERBig I have also another farm of about oOO acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring a fine stock farm could not secure better property jun 36mo A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that will cleanse the system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cqre headache and leave a good taste In the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are De Witts Little Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by E C Wines lin Now is the time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order for the coming season We make a pecalty of fine repair work and em ploy nothing but the best workmen Call and see us before going elsewhere Estimates made if required We also have on hand a com late line of upto date station wagons buggies runa bouts etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIUKIFP Prop The Salve That Heals Without leaving a scar is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves but DeWitts Witch Ha zel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure unadultera ted witch hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it is a counterfeit E 0 DeWitt invented Witch Hazel Salve and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind pilesSoldThe Washington monument the highest in the world towers 555 feet in the air and is composed ot 18000 blocks of marble each two feet thick A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure which has com SaylorHilliardstrength nervousness headache con stipation bad breth sour risings in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the nat ural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and recon structive properties It cleanses pu rifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by EC Wines 1m Callus up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers dysenteryAUdruglsts Hammerfest Norway is the most northern town of any importance in the world anti Pontas Arenas in Pata gonia is the farthest South rTHEKentucKy DriInterchangeabJaDlskorShoe SHOESWithAttachments DisksAuu is ij season with perfect satisfactionPerfect Clearance cant Clog makes splen InsuresIlOOdSend for prices and Catalog No sso COIIT DlTUn tiMmMn U BKtllAI S I LOUISVILLE KY Kentuckys Great Trots- LEXINGTON 100000 GREAT f f KENT 1KY O- THS 0f Z 5S0CloflOtt j ri v LIXlNGTON PURSES Grand ConcertsDaily 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall Cup 45 OTHER GRAND RACES Thi Gruttst PrigrMHM EVIl OffWH Half Rates on all Railroads R C EST1LL PrMMcat E W SHANKLOT Secretary Public Sole 7 OF PERSONALTYOf IThe undersigned State Bank Trust Richmond Ky as Curator of the estate of Gen C 11 Clay decd will in accordance with an order of the Madison Circuit Court entered at its September term 1003 sell at White Hall the late residence of the dece dent to the highest and best bidder his personal estate o- nThursday Oct 8t03 Beginning at 10 oclock a m Said personalty consists among other things of many rare pieces of furniture in mahogany handsome mirrors beautiful oil some orlginalsbychased 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 cast 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 10 or less must be paid for in cash for all sums over SIC the purchaser will he required to give note with good securi ty payable sixty 60 days from day of sale without interest Terms of sale movingtheState Bank Trust Co T D Chenault A net CURATOR Farm for Rent If rented privately I will on Tuesday October 6 J903 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 money Call on or address Mrs Mary Bates MillerR- ICHMOND3t KY Low Rates Following rates in effect viaL N from Richmond One way secondclass colonist rates to California daily until November 30 53770 Special one way secondclass colonist rates to Northwest daily until Novem her 30 Special Homeseekers round trip rates to South and Southeast October 21 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 50 cents Louisville Ky and retnrn one fare plus 25 cents September 28 to to October 3 inclusive limited to October 15 J W HAMILTON Agent The Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkilT Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Monarch over pain Burns cuts sprain stings Instant relief Dr Thomas Electric OH At any drug store 1mJ Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrhMedicine Sent Free Send no moneysimply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood hahn B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains diffi legsboneof rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most ot these cured patients had taken Blood Balm as a last resort It is especially advis ed for chronicdeepseated cases Ira possible for anyone to the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It make the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healtliy blood suppy Cures upDrugstoresple of Blood Balm sent free and pre paid also special medical advice by de scribing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga 1m In Switzerland the law protecting rare plants is so strict that to be found in possession of specimens illegitimately collected is a penal offense The largest price ever paid for u dia mond was 025000 given by the Duke of Orleans for the Great Resent stone The Kohinoor is valued at 720000 Tho only arsenal which Canada pos scares is at Quebec Her main arteries run close to to our frontier and in case of war could be easily cut by raids Kansas yield of wheat surpasses anything in its previous histor- yCOMMISSIONERS SALE BOYLE DOTYS Admr and Heirs PIlIs against BOYLE DOTYrt HEIRS Defendants NOTICE Or SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of Judgment and Orderof Solo of the Madison Circuit Court rendered atthe Hoptomber Tern thereof IMS ill the nb ve styled cause theundersigned will on WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 211903 about the hour of Qclock A M on the premises proceed to expose at Public Sale followIngThe Tract of Land inMadison366 Acres More or Less FosterdoodlJotJobniiMillerthree parcels as follows Parcel No1 supposed to contain 115 Acres nioreoriessii 42aupposedio contain Acre lessIcontain Ill Acres moro or leu puxlucingtheThe land will be surveyed before day of sale and sold according to said survey purdentlysewingFull possession given by Court on Decemberhat lllro preparedTKUMS Sale will lie made on a credit of purohaserapproved security for the payment of thepurchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal Interest from day of nle with a Lien reserved upon moneyIspaldS E SCOTT gS83weot Mcsrcc a A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERYI One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 SU Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TIllS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JOIISA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For Perfect For Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money Celtics MEAT MALT RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Strength Every Drop scientific combination essential constituents PRIME BEEFand PURE OLD MALT Louisville January MEAT MALT Louisville GellllemenHninlfexamied Meatand acquainted composition manufacture efficient appetite invigorates digestion aDdIespecially beneficialin prostration debility KASTENBINE Louisville College Pharmacy MEAT MALT Louisville For Site WB Middelton For Sale Property advertisedunder this head not charged for unless sale made For complete particulars call ad PrintingCo Nol No NoS No4No5 No6 No2No No9 No 10 No11c No 12 No 13 No 14 No 15 No16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 124 No 25 lOXSUMPTIOJf OHO 118 and OLDS Price fic 110 A All back If it fails Trial free THE IDEAL TONIC Life and in A of the of Ky igoi CO Ky your Malt with its and mode of I can state that it is an nerve and blood tonic It excites the and is nervous all Yours truly L D M D of A CO K L is is on or I t M A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls In Richmond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 less than original cost- A t twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from courthouse A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be fonnd These residences will be sold at a bar story frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re pair Price will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price JloO produclufarmresidence barn and other outbuild logs Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other provements fine locality Price 2500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvements Can be bought in connection with No Price 1600 wellImprovedood cottage in firstclass condition etc Price 500 inbestill necessary out buildings A bar lain at 3000 Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap InlIIadllloncouutJcontalnlng255 outbuildingsvenienU Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres of lend lve acres In grass and two in garden good orchard and grape arbor all necessary out Tills is situated in u thriving vIU ge where churches ansi schools are convenient Price 500 InJtlchmond cityLotA twoslory residence in good feetAUnM A nice residence for shy one desir- Ing Rn Ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well Price 2200 neighborhood Cottage on a nice resident street containing four rooms slid neces inrcbauuedgrealbargalnatl100 Will oaint residence for purchaser An Ideal cottage of five rooms ryulbulldlngsIncludlng Price 100 Will veil on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser containingporches nituAted iii best resilienceportion of city Stable coal house buildtugsdesiring a nice home Bereaturnpike grassIfandtwentroutbuildiiigsPrice 21VO elgbtmlleafromgrass Is At good farm and thislandnecessary In outbuilding Locality i AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhibition HOOSIER DISC DRILL ARBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING ++ ++ CALL AT++ M JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sss Phone 3 Second St Weak x HeartsArc due to indigestion Ninetynine of every troubleia ill cases of onlytraceable stomachIcourse of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased stomachtroublekrlth tt took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about low months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach orall nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holding 2H times the trial Size which sells for SOc Prepared by Eo 0 DeWITT A CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas OneEye Ata Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately hoth suffer We use modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles a 9ea 1at St Rcmot or d1jSALES eooo A DAY Watches I This is the Irtersoll Dollar Vvatch which sells at the I 1carriestheslrong est guarantee and has a LIrler sale I ctin than oilier and shle otherIngersolls at Ji 50 Si7SaudSicoL Sold t e orpostrmfdbyustorr8k Robt IL Ingersoli 6 tFrJDflnt 3 51 lANE NEW Ln = r r LIVERTROUBLES I ftnd Thrdrords DlackDraught r a good medicine for liver disease sontfi0Owjthdoctiyrs OL1NEHARTIN aetregularlysecure a package of Thedfords dosetonight constipatedbowels and causeaa healthy secretion of bileThedfords Black Dranuht will cleanse the bowels of fra purities and strengthen the kidney A torpid liver invites uidfeverness and contagion Weak kid neys Brights disease which claims as many victims- as consumption A25umt Buickliraught I houseIblekeadeEcel1tWILLIIlL THEDFORDS DIACII DRAUGHT u l re IIe IeListen to the Prices at Iml Greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of Madison and adjoining countiesr50 Mens Suits worth 750 for 10 days go at 85 Clay Worsteds worth JO and J2 50 latest styles for the neXt ten days will go at i50 Mens Melton Suits worth J250 at r J50 Worsteds in latest styles 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