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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX td t VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 1903 NUMBLY 21 11LTi PHONE 80 7d 71 i iEverything lLgfr n E C WINES DRUG STORE H COR FIRST 1111 71 7r 717ft 71 +In Fall Goods 78 AT THE S I HUSTLING CASH STORE 1S S IS BRAN NEW first fall season for business in your ffikffII stuff in every line is entirely new We have no old goods to se11e The latest things in Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods d Ginghams Percales Etcmare arriving daily and we take pleasure in 711 N Our Stock lliOf f i = =Foil mid Winter Clot iOg = Shoes and Hats are all complete in fact we are crowded in these lines and we are 8 WL willing to exchange bargains lor space If you need something in these lines dont fail to see us befre making your choice 71I + Any purchase from us means you will send your neighbors w and friends to see us tkat they too may learn to be wise and buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money i LACKEY HAMll TON iCor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky tk 1h 7t i 7Ji 7F 7f 71 7i 7ii 7 New Wall PapersSee our elegant line of the latest designs and colorings in Wall Decorations Elegant Tapestries Florals Stripes Tnirniins Moire Ceilings etc Some neat patterns at THREE CENTS per roll A large line of Room Mould irises Readings etc Just received new lot of Window Shadesal- lcolors sizes and prices from ten cents up Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Window Glass White Lead etc Largest stock to select from of nJ feJ xs Oeo M Willgirig209 West Main Street Illinois Central Railroad Special Low Rates October 20 1903 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 J903 14 18 LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans and return Tackson 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 Ouy line runninir thrwu h personally cw uiluriHd x Mirsi n SLeftr s Louisville tl California New Mexico Arizooa and Texas 1LRO MAIN = = r S ciai low Oneway am Houndtrip Hates III ffrc on first and third Tuesday ill each niotitlTtO the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive mttt r of theSprinprs and circu lar descriptive of unds in tie South and through tickets apply to nearest rsiilroad agent or address K W HARLOW D R A- Louisville Kv 1Paint Values The practical painter says j Pattons SunProofPaint- is cheap paint for a good house because it lasts twice as long Its good paint for a cheap house f because it beautifies and preserves it Pattons SUNPROOF Paintrepresents the only true principle of scientific paint making com bining the highest degree of beauty with Ute greatest covering capacity and durability It is a dependable paint It does not lose its lustre n does not peel Crack or chalk off Guaranteed to wear five years Send for book of Paint Knowledge ad Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee Wl FOR SALE BY i George M Willging eJ Paints Wall Paper Glass J LII Announcements FOH COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R LKTfHKR JR a ancliclatc for County At torniy subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce R II CKOOKK a candidate for unty Attorney subject to the action of h Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R SIIAOKKLFORD a candidate for County At torney of Mdison onnty subject to the action of the Democratic Jary- FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JXO II LtARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action ofthe Democrat- Ic Party We ate authorized f announce B B Million candidate for sheriff of Blmlison County sub ject to the action Democratic Party FOItJAILER 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 aRIQGSai a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ject 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 Dem catle party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison cunty subjet to the action of the Democratic p rty We ere authorized to announce PETER Q PAItltlSII candidate fur Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic partyeare authorized to announce ANDERSON LAKES of Speedwell a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic i arty We are authorized to announce J U KKNNEDY of est End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sublect to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce BUCK JOIIVSON candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a candidate for Jailer f Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorizd to announ e R R TER RILl JR a candidate ror Jailer of Madison county subject to tne action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public hcboola of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We lOre authorized to announce JOltS NOLANOii candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools lit Madison county subject tn the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR 4re are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blur Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic am authorized to announce flUX DUNN a candidate for Ascexsor of Mndison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B L GOLDEN Ii candidate for Ansewor of Madison county Minject to the action of the Demo emetic party SCOTTS EMULSION IScottS Emulsion is the means life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women and children To the men Scotts Emulsion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairingof b l110sses from anywasting diseasel For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining foodand tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul sion gives frod and strength for growth of flesh and bone and blood For pale girls for thin and sickly boys Scotts Emulsion is a great help tfiend for fle sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pe rl Street New York SOcc ndSlOOs all druggists TO orax A COLD is oxx DJLI- Tafie Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fail to cure Eo VVi Groves l Mtun a oa Mchbox 25 c kt MONK HAS ODD DUTY Franciscan Friar Teaches War to Youth of Britain Give Instructions to Students from Gunmnker Shop Who Are Pre paring to Follow a Mill tary Career A curious mingling of the medieval with the modern exists at Erith Eng land where articled pupils of Messrs Vickers Sons and Maxim are coached by a Franciscan friar Curiously enough our Roger Bacon who is said to have rediscovered gunpowder was a brother of the same order According to the manager of Messrs Vickers Sons and Maxims works some difficulty has been experienced in finding anyone to read with engineer Ing students for the examinations which the firm hold examinations of the same standard as those passed by engineer students in the royal navy At or near Erith there are no educa tional establishments with professors or masters to undertake sum york So Father Edwin such is the Franciscans nameteaches mathematics natural science and applied mechanics to apprentices of the machinegun firm The monastery of which the father Is an inmate stands on a hill In the Carlton road near Erith a ten minutes walk from the works Here live seven of the order in a building which has the appearance of a new suburban library except that it rests halfhidden amid the trees of its own groundsThe father a tall robust elderly man has a beard worthy of his call ing and wears the brown serge gown and hood of his branch of the order the Capuchins Possessing university qualifications he held for 14 years the professorship of higher mathematics at St Peters college Agra This insti tution was affiliated to the Rurkl Col lege of Civil Engineering which does the same work as Coopers Hill Father Edwin has also published several mathematical works The friar gives five hours a day to teaching his pupils in the parlor of the monastery Most of them are from the works and go in the evenIngISERVE LUNCH Evnnnton ill house of Start nn Innovation orahlpI Prove a Success Free lunch as an inducement to attend church has proved a slucccssful experiment at the First Presbyterian church of Evanston On a recent Sunday night there was coffee and sandwiches and a pleasant social chat and after that there were religious services for which every body remained The spread was laid out on tables In the church parlors where half an hour later the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor held its weekly meet ing As a result of the Sunday evening luncheon the Christian Endeavor society added more than a score of names to its roster and held an unusually enthusiastic meetingThis is no prayer meeting an nounced President Robert Candeeof the Christian Endeavor society That will come later Now just pitch In and help yourselves Please pass the lady fingers stam merlngjy murmured a blushing coed which helped to break an ominous sil ence There Ive gone and forgotten my Scripture text declared ar other coed in dismay as she poised an olive between her fingers What shall I do Ah but I have provided for that said Secretary Jeannette Lee There is a Bible at every plate So between the fandw1 and the ice cream texts were gleaned end lessons learned It was a happy combination the luncheon and the spiritual food PRACTICE FUNERAL REFORMS Stanford Unlvernlty Professor Who Called InvI Ii Burial Barbarous Is Given Simple Interment Encased In a plain unpainted pine box that did not cost more than 250 Prof Max Wright recently Instructor In modern languages in Leland Stanford JrIuniversity and son of wealthy parents was burled at Grand Rapids Mich the other day The simple burial was there suit of the unusual philosophy of life cherished by Prof Wright He believed the present custom of lay ish funerals barbarous and wrong and directed before death that 200 of his money that would be spent ordinarily for a funeral be used for a fountain as a monument to his memoryI There was no minister and no religious service The father performed the duties ot the undertaker and hauled the body to the grave In a plain wagon There was no expensive clothing on the corpse and the mourners rode in open carriages At the grave Dr P B Wright ather of the deceased addressed the relatives and friends explaining the reasons for the simple funeralITo Coquelln the celebrated French actor Is about to embark upon a career as an inventor At a dinner party recently he explained that he had discovered a method of constructing a fireproof theater and Is building a small theater with scenery and all other accessories In which he will be locked up with the architect who Is the coinventor and will have the building fired This test he claims should satisfy any skeptic Wrecks In the Air If Prof Langley will look over the models In the patent office he will observe that he is far from being the only man who has had flying machine ells appointments Confessions ofa Priest Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jfltindicel I consulted a number 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 If you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility get Elec trio Bitters Its guaranteed by alt drupelets Onlv EOc 1m The gunboat Nashville is on its way to Columbian waters under orders to safeguard the interests of Americans on the island of St Andrews It was almost a miracle Burdocks Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible breaking out all over the bodv I am vpry grate1ulMlaa Julia Fibrldge West Corn welt Cone Albany drug store 1m J Ruseelville is to have a baacfeoni MW Opera HOBBW J r CYCLING STATISTICS Decline of the Use of Vehicle in the Cities Is More Than Balanced by Rural Gain and Their Use Is Greater Than Ever Flenrei from France Although It Is generally known that the use of the bicycle by farmers boys and In small towns where a few years ago they were seldom seen has greatly Increased it is hard for those who notice local conditions and note how much bicycle riding In the city streets and on the nearby boulevards has fallen off to believe It possible that as many bicycles are on the whole In use as formerly It was almost in credible to some persons when the re ports of manufacturers were made up in the spring to hear that more than 600000 bicycles were sold in this country in 1902 The slump after the boom made so much more impression than the steady increase of rural riders that the figures caused aston ishment It is true however that in spite of the great decline In the popu larity of the bicycle in the big cities the total number feeing used is greater than ever In this country there Is no way of obtaining actual statistics as to the number in use but in France every cyclist has to pay a special tax and there an official record is kept It is generally agreed by those returning from abroad and It is well known in the trade that In France as well as in the other countries ef Europe and in Great Britain cycling has passed through much the same history as It has here a craze over a novelty a boom a reaction a big slump and then a settling to a commonplace usage In France too there Is talk of a big falling off of popularity In cy cling and it is reflected in the French papersIn face of all this come the facts from the French tax bureau showing that every year of the last eight there has been an increase i nthe number of bicycles in use In 1902 there was an Increase of nearly 100000 over 1901 The figures of the tax office show 1106768 bicycles In use in 1901 and 1201742 in 1902 To Ve exact the gain was just 94974 The figures for each year since 1895 showing the steady but fluctuating gains are Interesting They are as fol lows iS95 266084 83JS56- 1S86 XSS16 981130- 1S97 WSSO SOS 4S31H 1903 1201742 The fact that the gain Is mainly in the agricultural districts In France as well as here is made plain in an analy sis made by Le Monde Sportif of Paris which prints the statistics by depart ments The average Increase Is one of 12 per cent but in the department of the Seine which is Paris the increase is only 3J4 per cent DONS TROUSERS AND PAINTS New Jersey Woman Dissatisfied with husbands Work Decorates Their Home Herself If you dont like the way I paint do It yourselfMrs Machlnskls husband made this remark to her after she had ob jected to the way he had spread the color on an apartmenthouse recently built by him In Jersey City Heights N J She at once adopted his suggestion and the other morning she donned a pair of trousers and leaving him to do the housework climbed the ladder paint brush In hand and set to work In a few hours a voice from the kitchen shouted Dinner Is ready and Mrs Machinskl clambered down for a short rest She could not resist the temptation to make remarks about the way mother used to cook potatoes gOOdInaturedlycon tinued work until the entire rear of the house had been changed to a nile green Then she quit Her feat occasioned great merriment about the neighbor hood WANT PASTOR WITH BIG FEET Unique Advertisement In a Church Paper De crlblnjr Man Required for Circuit Work The Methodist Recorder the organ of the Methodist Protestant church con- taIned an advertisement the other day written by President Gladden as fol lows This conference needs at least three or four more pastors for circuit work and anyone who can fill the following conditions will be welcomed to wit Must have small family if any and be able to furnish a horse and come to charge unassisted no doubts as to call to ministry not afraid of hard work no hobbles no place hunter sound on the doctrine of holiness as held by the largeIof 400 to 500 and probably a parsonage a good clear head a warm loving heart and big feet well planted on the solid ground of common sense Will Help a Little An expert accountant has discovered that New York street railway corporations owe the city 1218380534 in back taxes It is thought remarks the Philadelphia North American that the 34 cents may be collected Mar Yet Take Place of Cool Experiments are being made by which radium may be used at about onefourth of the original cost There Is hope fore world yet if the coal trust does not corner the maw metal 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 nil other remedies foiled we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our niece who hud consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and today she is per fectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Dtaovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50o and 1 bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free 1m Two miners were killed and two others injured by the explosion of a pow der magazine at the Mammoth mines at Wallace Idaho The county jail at Bardvrell Ky wAR lowB open three prisoners escap tag Nathan WebBter iiiooiuoiitman in Eastern Keat ekyJsjai at Vance kttps l t GuMMERCIAL TIMBER Exhaustive Arrangements For Big Forestry Exhibit TO SHoW EVERYTHING dF VALUE Nineteen States Are to Exhibit Along Mile Kentucky In KtJrisiry Build lngthe Work In Splendid VryIBut few people outside the forestry industry and not everyone engaged ia it have a conception of the magnitude of Kentucky timber interests It is to give a definite and correct idea of this and correct idea of this great industry great Industry in Kentucky that prompts the Kentucky Exhibit Asro elation to arrange for a big forestry Mr A N Struck chairman of Le exhibit at the Worlds Fair next year Forestry Committee of the Exhibit As sociation and Mr Wm Boa the fivd representative thereof have returnel from a visit to the Worlds FaIr- grounds in St Louis where they we t to confer with Chief Tarleton H binof the Department of Forestry relat veto Kentuckys space and tho collecting of specimens to fill this space They applied for 3000 square feet and con vinced Chief Bean that Kentuckyo for estry exhibit is to equal in every way those made In the various other de Chairman IAExhibit Association partments from this state Messrs Struck and Boa found that displays were to be made in 20 Upon their return to StatesI Boa Immediately started out on of the timber districts of Kentucky to secure all the woods necessary for display He has made up the theI ing list as a guide but it will less be added to as the work pro gresses Black walnut white walnut cherry mahogany white ash grey ash bl ck ash blue ash yellow poplar white poplar white oak red oak black oak chestnut oak burr oak post oak chIn- quapin oak over cup oak yellow bottom oak black jack oak swamp oak Spanish oak pin oak willow oak live oak red beech white beech cucumber yellow lynn basswood white lynn red sweet gum black sweet gum hard maple sugartree soft maple yellow cottonwood white cottonwood shell bark hickory white hickory black hickory pig nut hickory red elm slippery elm yellow elm black locust honey locust oldfield locust pecan coffee nut red sycamore white syca Field Kentucky Representative W1L BOAImore chestnut bUCkIeyepine short leaf black pine white pine spruce pine hemlock red cedar white cedar The different commercial timbers from Kentucky will be attractively dIS played in the center of the space as signed to the State All woods will be shown in their natural form so sawed as to reveal the grains On platforms surrounding there will be displayed the finished products of these woods such as hubs spokes fe loes broomhandles cotton spools woolen mill shuttles etc etc One of the poplars to be exhibited will be an eightfoot cut from perhaps the largest poplar tree In Kentucky which now stands at Castlewood In the edge of Louisville the suburban home of Gen eral John B Castleman This mon arch of the forest has been purchased by C C Mengel Jr Brother Company with the understanding that s cut from it of the siza mentioned will be donated to the forestry exhibit from Kentucky at the Worlds Fair Dieting Invites Disease To cure Dyspepsia or Indigestion it Is no loneer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole eystwn be comes an easy prey to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest mid as similate all the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never failing cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Kodol digests what you eat mattes the stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m John Sommers and Robert Johnson two young boys were killed by the ex plosion ot a gun near Hunters Point Ten 1while out hunting Broke Into His House- S Le Quinn of Cavendish twas robbed of hia customary liealtft bvin vasion of Uhrohic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills brqke into his house his trouble was and now hes entirely cured Tiny are ga5fntSte4Iee lie at aU 4gi s n 10 i IIo I IFflsE CLOTHING I and buy at Get our and being sold cheaper than and are firstclass noshoddy Btufi Our new Waist our no Hosiery our our in style the very in and all go in to the most attractive bargain to in us a call and be convinced I I Seven Million sold in 12 months I U D B Shackelford Co sell both hand and feed cutters fodder shredders anti shuckers with or with out blowers also and power corn shelters farmers pay attention to this class of saving ad vkeaa tf It is said that ducks fly at an aver ae speed of ninety an hour a fair it is believed that they can 150 in the same eMit er taissioRers Sale a ELltadenc Plus On Petition NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term In the above style cause the olgllcd will on Thursday Oct 2203 the hours of 11 a m and 12 oclock m on the premises In coun ty Ky to eijxwe to Public Sale to the and best bidder the following scribed property viz A Tract of Land on the waters of Tates Creek In Madison Ky and on Bethel Brunch ing lifiH acres and adjoining Win Haden Mrs ic TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six twelve and equally The purchaser will tie required to give bond wIth approved security for the payment ot the furehnse money to have the force and effect of a Bond legnllntercst from day of with a lien reserved npon said property until all the purchase money U paid SE 1501500- We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Ky and do not to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal hills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc are still in LSS and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse PhoHe LNDepO4 Rihmoud Kv i = f 1S3 v it Busy Bee Cash Store Outfitters to Particular People Richmond Ky 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 passedalongespecially The Kind That Helps You on in the World11 THE PICTURE REPRESENTS The Columbia SUITShandtailoredto the quality clothing made Schloss Bros Company The Best Clothes Makers IFor young men who want extreme styles and cuts THE COLUMBIA is to strike their discriminative fancy Then best of the story is yourpocketFor Little Money I EspeciallywhenJ31TA Fall Weight Suit may defer need of an buyingyourit LadlesTailormado tothecheaper borne andthestyles prices MetisBoxany house they clean guaranteed Goods mend Nobby Notions UnderwearCarpetslatest price make mark day Central Kentucky jive WI P1Otdharnund Coriipun DayIboxes past power hand the great labor miles With wind make miles thereof Between oclock Madison uroceert highest county contain Howard months Heplerin bearing SCOTT Creek hesitate We the and 142 of the by the the sure the So As the over over them other This signature on every box 25c C nmKY Shippers Alnite Coalw Jfi grate without any attention J J Jr + ++++ + + + + +++ ++ ++++ ++++ ++4 J MY NAME IS THURMAN On Row And Buys 15 iin iORLANDO o- fI Sausage SKINS F r further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder That we areright in the push with our superb stock of I t t s I I Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call andwe will give you satisfaction White jff1bJSI11l Comer Main and SecondJ QHMQND KNTLI1V i IL E 4 0 School Shoes The Schools have open Your boy or girl will 4A6oil troOD t Shoes 4cs- S44 That will Stand Wear We have the largest assortment of the best School Shoes to be found in the city Bring your children here and have them fitted Our prices are very reasonable Call in and see our Line of Ladies and Mens Fine Shoes CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE T he Richmond Climax O OUENAULTnonommPresident A D IIIILLERmnnmn Editor Manager WEDNESDAY OCT 14 1903 PUBLI8UKD EVERY WKDNKS11AY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporatedd DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON OI Clark County FOR COMMON HEALTHS ATTORNEY IoJ HON B A CRUTCHERfOf Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce Eo P DEN PublIcnotion of the Democratic parly- CON8TITUTONAL AMENDMENT To B Voted On at the November Election CHAPTER 60 An tot to provide for an amendment to Section 181 of the Constitution ol KentuckyThe General Assembly may by general laws only authorize CITIES OR TOWNS OF ANY CLASS to pro Tide for taxation for municipal pur paSCAl on personal property tangible and Intangible based on Income licenses or franchises In lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon Provided cities of the first class ehall not be authorized to omit the imfiozitloc pJTjmad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad jtreet railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone telegraph electrlo light or electric power com Daft PRICE of oil has gone up for the third time In ten days so Iays the Standard Oil Company Wonder what Rocke feller has been giving to now CiFiBrowerCoi LEXINGTON KY I Pictures A great lover of pictures in reply to a question why he had so mamy pictures in his room said thatthey were windows through which be looked on any desired scene Dont you want to put some windows into your home Come look through our frames into Beautiful Landscapes Cool Shady Forests Silvery Streams or Tossing Waters See the copies of celebrat edsubjects neatly mount ed artistically framed See Our Art Room CFBromCo MAIN AND BROADWAf iNTOi1iW- ti TilE details of the conference recently held in Indianapolis has just become known and it brings to light a startling condition of affairs revealing how recklesssly the Republicans are bar gaining in order to steal the vote of the Commonwealth and give it to Bellrnap and the Republican State ticket Last week John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue slipped into In dianapolis from Washington and was there by Senator Fairbanks of In iatia the fugitive W S Taylor Dr W Godfrey Hunter Chairman of tIlE Republican State Campaign Committee J H Newman the figurehead chair man of the committee and Collector E T Franks of Owensboro The re soiLs of that conference are numerous In the first place fugitive Taylor who always been Dr Hunters closest friend agreed to write to his friends ii the mountains asking them to support Hunter for the nomination for congress in that district In the second place in return for a promise of Kentuckys support for any thing he may want Senator Fairbanks agreed to see that Taylor was protected in Indiana and it is said that Senator Fairbanks further promised to see that a corruption fund was raised among the Indiana Republicans to be sent to Ken tucky just before the coming election The Republican campaign committee has a larger corruption fund this year than they have ever had in any previous election consequently when Mr Fairbanks contribution is received from Indiana the sum will have grown to enormous proportions- It is the plan of the Republicans to flood the State with this money during the lust days of the campaign and to line it in an endeavor to buy the negro votes and to corrupt election officers Mr Yerkes was more responsible for the nomination of Mr Belknap than any other man and Dr Hunter is now managing Air Belknaps campaign therefore even the presence of Mr Yerkes and Dr Hunter at a conference with fugitive Taylor is sufficient for all thinking persons to see clearly that the Republican leaders of Kentucky In cluding the nominee for Governor and the patron saint Yerkes still endorse Taylor Powers and all the other men charged with the murder of Wm Goe hel No one doubts that Taylor is lend ing his assistance to the Kentucky Republicans now because he knows he will be benefitted by the overthrow of Democratic government in Kentucky- It is also preposterous to see that Taylor still has sufficient influence among any set of people in Kentucky to be able to address letters to them to secure their support of any candidate In their presence at Indianapolis Mr Yerkes and Mr Franks areencouraging Internal Revenue employees through out the state to take an active interest in politics which is in direct violation of the Federal Statutes The conference at Indianapolis brought to light any number of rea sons why thinking persons should cast their votes against the Republican party which allows such men as Taylor and Hunter to control and direct its affairs day Wills Rejected The five wills of the late Gen Cas sius M Clay were before the county JudgeTurpinattorneys and then rejected all of the instruments giving an the grounds for rejection that the testator had not dur lug the past ten years been in a fit men talcondition to properly devise his real and personal holdings Colonel Jambs Andrew Scott counsel for Dora Clay Brock took an appeal and will in the higher courts seek to have tho will in favor of the child wife of the de COBS d filed in probate RUTUTON Quite a number of young people attended a party given by Misses Fronia and Lucy Williams in honor of their guests Miss Rosa Ballard of Kingston and Messrs William Brock and Ben Edwards of College Hill Miss Whittaker of Newby and her guests spent Sunday with the Misses Williams In the afternoon quite a number of young people from this place anti tho Nnwbv neighborhood gathered at the Williams home and a reportedI place on last Saturday was quite a success and was thoroughly enjoyed by all present Speeches were made by Hon R W Miller and some of Madisons most prominent teachers A delightful feature of the day was the elegant dinner which was served for all who attended Misses Williams and their guests attended a very delightful social given by Miss Sallie Whittaker of Newby in honor of her guests Miss Annie Brock and brother Mr Oliver Brock of College Hill All present enjoyed the splendid mush and were loud in ttlslr Pf 9f Atll e l1 M l 9tt 4 I U JIi PERSOLNAL P F Adams Jr was in Lexington Saturday CTermMrs Albrect ot Louinville is visiting at Madison Institute Mr Clyde Treadaway Hart of Brush Creek was ill town Sunday Mr Herman Frasa is back from a weeks visit to friends in Decatur Ala Miss Helen Bennett has been entertaining Miss Annie Louise Clay of ParisMrs John Mershon his been in Lex ington as the guest of Mrs J P Neill IIMr Ansll D Miller spent several last week with relatives in Memphis Tenn Miss Maud Bailey of Harrodsburg has concluded a visit to her sister Mrs John Noland Mrs Leonard West of Irvine was 8 guest last week of her aunt Mrs Claude Smith Captain J M Thomas who has been in Battle Creek Michigan under treat ment is still seriously ill at Ford Misses Sue Deatherage Bessie Turley and Mamie Pickels spent last week in Lexington as guests of Miss Mattie Dunn Mr Robert McCreary of Chicago has been spending a few days with his parents Senator and Mrs James B McCrearyMrs F Scanlan and Miss Marie Scanlan have returned to St Louis after a visit to Mr and Mrs A 0 Scan lan near town Mr and Mrs Thomas E Arnold and Mrs Nannie J Arnold will leave tomorrow for DeLand Florida where they will spend the winter Mrs Jas S Crutcher of Richmond Is here on a visit to her father Mr C D Chenault and her sister Mrs Har rison Siuirall Lex Herald Mrs P H McGown and daughter of Spartansburg S C are guests of Mr and Mrs R W Miller Mrs McGown was formerly Miss Mattie Miller of this city Miss Myra Walker of Flemingsburg is a guest at Madison Institute Miss Walker graduated here last June and was one of the most popular students in the college Miss Mattie Smith is in Mt Sterling where she will act as bridesmaid at tnt wedding today of Miss Alice Chenault of that city to Mr James G Kelly Jr of Springfield Ill lion Jerre A Sullivan will attend a meeting ot the Committee on Laws of the Grand Lodge B P O Elks in Chicago thisweek Mr Sullivan is a prominent member of said committee Mrs Minnie Dykes Amhsler spent from Saturday until Monday in Lex ington with Mrs W D Oldham She rendered a beautiful solo Sunday morning at the Central Christian churchOne of the most charming social receptionhome of Mrs L R Blanton on the Summltt As a hostess Mrs Blan ton cannot be excelled and this affair was up to the usualutandard A most delicious menu was served the guests proclaimingitble At Homes that had been held this season Mr and Mrs George Land nnlertained at dinner Wednesday evening at their howe in Woodland in honor of their guests Miss Molly Fife and Mrs Charles Higgins oi Richmond Ky The table was lovely in decorations of autumn flowers and the evening was much enjoyed Their guests were Miss Fife Mrs Higgins Mr and Mrs T T Covington of Richmond Mr and Mrs James McFarland and Ilrs Sallie Appleton Lexington Democrat The Falmounth Peudletonlan says The marriage of Miss Pattlii Letton sister of Mrs Jn Williamu of Fal mouth to Dr Frank S Martin of Muncie Ind will take placo on Tues day October 20 Owing to t recent bereavement In the family of the bride to be the nuptials will be quietly celebrated at tire home of Mr and Mrs R A Woolums in Richmond Ky Miss Letton is a sister to Mrs Woolums and Miss Mabel Letton of this city and has often visited here where she has made many friends who wish her much happiness Saturdays Louisville Ties con lamed the announcement of tbe ape proaching marriage of Mr Mil Shanks to Miss Annie Lee Payne of Washing Rlphnioiialioyj 4 I The New L O O F Grand Opera House JUETT BAXTER Managers At Cozy Corners the play in which the pqpular little actress Lizzie Evans makes her appearance at The IO 0 F Grand Opera House on Oct 20 tells the story of the love of Avis Merrill known on the stage as Claudia the wonderful violinist for Clyde Hollister the young minister of the Congregational Church of Cozy Corners Mass Pauline Phelps and Marion Short the authors of Sweet Clover wrote At Cozy Corners Some elegant costumes are worn in the play and the stage settingacll for some elaborately mounted scenes Novel light effects a crowd of school children melody and dancing enter into the completeness of the production A tour of Shakespeares rustic com edyAs You Like Itwith Camilla Reynolds as Rosalind and a select company of Shakespearean players has been arranged by Ernest Shipman of New York The tour is limited to thirty special one night performances and already since its first announce ment in the dramatic papers the demand for time has greatly exceeded the number to he given Gigantic re vivals of Shakespeare have become quite the tiring of late in the larger cities and Mr Shipman who is usually most responsible position in the Government Printing Office in Washing ington HIs friends hbre have watched with interest the rapid strides he has made to success and now are ready to give him a warm hand of congratulation as tie is about to become a bene- dict His bride elect is a native of Virginia but has resided in the Capitol ity for a number of years Sire is s to be a most attractive and accomplished young woman Mr Shanks will bring his bride here Immediately after the wedding which occurs on the twentyfirst of this month for a visit to his mothersMATRIMONIAL GRICGSDOUOLAS On last Wednes day afternoon Mr J S Griggs and Miss Katie Douglas both ot Valley View were marrfed in this city at the home of Mr James Bybee The cere molly was performed by Rev J W Crates COTTONBURG Mrs Woodfork is visiting Miss Tiny TudoriMiss Texas Hendren is visiting MIES Myrtle Hendren Mr Sam RODS is visiting his uncle Mr Maurice Ross Miss Lillie Henry visited Miss Bessie Sclfooler last week Miss Belle Black of Red House is visiting Miss Cora Long Miss Ella Long of Kirksville visited Miss Lee Henderson last week Miss Stella Hendren spent from Fri day until Monday with Miss Minnie LongMrs George McCreary who has been very ill with typhoid fever is convalescentRevs and Kuykendall are hold lDj a series of meetings at tho Gilead church Mr Pike iras been the regular pastor of this church for fourteen years He is a good man and deserves the interest of his people Mr Kuykendall is a fluent speaker and tells plain truths Everybody is invited Services begin at ten In the morning and seven in tire evening Strayed or Stolen From Ohenault tInning camp on Brush Creek Thursday night a black mare mule about 15 hands high with brand on left jaw and harness mark on hip A liberal reward will be paid for return of same BIg Hill Coal Co oct42t Orlando Ky Foot Ball The Walters School played its second game of the season agalust the Kentucky Wesleyan rollege at WinS chester on Monday October 12 game was very closely contested nei ther side being able to score The playing of the Walters team was of very good order and the score is practically a victory for the school The K W C team was a very heavy one averaging 165 pounds and was composed of practically veteran players The Walters team averaged 130 pounds in weight and was very raw and Inexperi enced The College team was clearly outclassed In every stage of the game and had only their superior weight and experience to save them from de feat I he dash and spell of tire school team was remark able and accounts for the excellent showing made by them The bucking and end runs of its backs were exceptionally good The features of the game were the playing of Collins Worrell J Million Mersbon F Glass and G Bnrnam and the noticeable absence of the fumbling of the Wal ters school The lineup of theWalters School was as follows Left End Glass Left Tackle Cobb Left Guard R Terrill Center Rush M Collins Right Guard Tate WallaceRightTackle Patton Right End McGarvey Right Half Back J Million fCapt Full BackorrehiLeft Half hack Mershou Quarter Hack G Burnam Time of halves 20 and 15 minutes Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can Caiarrhsease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internl1y and acts directlv on the and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a hyIriptionpurifiers acting directly on tim mu COOS surfaces The perfect combina lion of the two ingredients is what pro cutingUttlarrir 0Sffepl hmly fUll W thWWI IBJ first in the field with the good things has surrounded Miss Reynolds with nearly an all star cast as the names will show The scenic embellishments are said to be an exact reproduction of the famous 20000 production winch Julia Arthur used in New York re cently Our city is on the list if the demand for seats will justify the organization to stop here We sincerely hope tireS mauystudtlnts of literature as well as other theatregoers will cooperate with our local manager in securing this attraction There seems to be a general interest in Shakespearean plays this season amonrat the theatre folks and in consequence several revivals of his most popular plays have been arranged The more pretentious oljhe list in Ernest Shipmans tour ot As You Like Itoin which Camilla Reynoldsand her very efficient c ompany of Shikespear can players will be seen Miss Rey holds is acknowleded to be the sweetest of the latter day Rosalinds The scenic embellishments are said to be magnifi cent and the names of the supporting cast are too well known to need corn mont nearly all having previously starred in different productions NEWBT Corn cutting is in full blast here The crop is not up to the average in this section Mr A D Eatee our blacksmith is preparing to build a resident on the lot he recently purchased- Dr E T Ruuyon was called to Mid way to see his sisterinlaw who is at tending school at that place She was suflerutg from a sprained knee but is now getting along nicely Mr S A Deatherage has taken poe- ession of the storeroom and stock of goods which he purchased some time ago from Mr J S Stapp The latter will be at the head of the undertaking establishment at the same place For Sale One3 yearold saddle and harness mare Will take corn and hay 7 tf G W GATES Notice The Democrats of Madison county are requested to meet at the Court House in Richmond on the 14th of Oc tober 1903 for the purpose of select ng delegates to attend the general con vention which will be held at Irvine Ky October 16 lor the purpose of nominating a CHiididatn for State Sena tor of the 29th Senatorial District Jxo B CHENAULT Chairman of Madison County COMMISSIONERS SALE DOYLE DOXYS Admr nndHelrs PlUs against BOYLE DOTYH HEIRS Defendants NOTICE SALE IN EQUITY Saleofthe September Term thereof 1903 In the above styled cause the undersigned will on- WEDNESDAYOCrOBER2ll903 about the hour of 11 oclock A M on th premises proceed to expose at Public Sale followlugThe Tract of Land InMadison366 Acres flare or Less FosterdecdDalyJohnJIMillerthree parcels as follows Parcel No I suppiHO1 M contain 115 Acre more or less 2 supposed to contain ltSAcren more or loss 3 supposed to contain 141 Acres more or less rtheofsaleprudentlysewIngFull possession given byCourton December lat prepared ofsixwIthapproedpurcha e money to have the force ann leRallnterestCram moneyIsS E SCOTT s2S3weot MCMC C Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes froth lOc on up in pr- icePaints We are local distributors for Pattons Son Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buying elsew- hereWindow Glass A largo stock just received for the fall trade and prices to In terest you Pictures and Frames Our stock embraces all the latent novelties nnd the prices will astonish you Geo1 M1i1Jging 209 W MAIN ST itt Qor tQ M ql Lrh t = I1 Lost Gentlemans ring with set and um brella withuS K M on the handle Finder return to this office and re ceive reward 23sp3t Snail Farm For Sale J wish to sell privately my farm 4 miles north of Foxtown containing 7RJ acres Well Improved and watered For further information call on or ad dress WM MUNDAY 23slm White Hall Ky Dmmi iDner S ale Jf Q Lamb PIttiagar net O H Todds Heirs DES NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof In the above MeptemberTodds heirs the nuderslgned will on Monday Nov 2 03 Between the hours of oclock a in and 12 oclock m at the Court House door In Rich ouil county Ky oelnig November court day proceed to expose to Public to the highest nnd best the lowing described property viz A Certain Lot situated in the DIHInghnm Addition in the city of Richmond Ky and b ing Lot No 21 in Block No3 In the Richmond Investment Gos iiddition to the city of Richmond Ky and described as follows on the east side of Homer street and bounded by the lands of Joe Shackelford and Wm Parks Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 15825 tile amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Kale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaer will be required to ive bond with good security for the payment the purchase to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal Interest from day of sale with a lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is plLldB E SCOTT M O M 0 C FARMSFOR 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 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere inter correspondenceis prompt attention Central Ky U Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres 1 Qoul Mgr 16ep3ra WilliE HALL The home of the late General Cassius M Clay for Sale at PublicAuction The Heirs wilt sell this famous property upon the premises at Public Auction on Thursday Oct 22 03 at 10 oclock a m The farm contains 350 Acresof extremely fertile land all in bluegrass None of this Innd has been ploughed for mall v vears Magnifi cently improved Title perfect General Warranty Deed given Immediately after the above sale 275 Adjoining Acres of the same original tract of land own ed by Mrs Ann Clay renshaw will be sold at Public Auction On the Next DayFridayO- ctober 23 at 10 oclock a m upon the premises the Heirs will sell at Public Aucti- on44BELLEVIEWT A part of the original Whitehall tract lying upon the Richmond and Jacks Creek turnpike This is a very fertile farm containing about 325 AcresHas nice residence fine fruit and is well watered and is mostly in grass Title perfect General Warranty Deed given Prospective purchasers are invited to examine these properties Brutus J Clay Agt For tire Heirs Richmond Ky Sept 17 03 td Public Sale quitfarming 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 yearling heifer 20 lions 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 tho famous G At Clay duck 1 Imported buck implementscorrsistingof plaeeIknown as the Huguey place consisting of 270 Acres and the other known as the Karr place and containing 425 Acres Terms made on day of sale Mrs T W Smith Harvey Cheiiault Agt t OGheiwttU Att v 70014 J I For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices quoted below 813Lawsat5e1OcLawnsatc 15c Lawns at i2ic 18c Lawns 15c 575c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c Corset Covers Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JJ inch flounce trimmed at bottom with 4 inch ruffleand ruching at top of flounce separate dust at 99o each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats JO inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands of black foot ruffle 199 Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats High luster 12 inch flounce trimmed with 12 narrow ruffles at 199 each t Call in during our cut rate sale of ten days and purchase some bargains Respectfully Yours OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND J J Estray- A white and black spotted hog weighing about 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has since been cared for bv me Owner can have same by paying charges A H JjALOR 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COUR- TELIladenc PUTs On Petition All persons having claims against the estate of Leroy Haden am hereby notified to file tire same legallv verified with the undersigned on or before the 7th day of December 1903 or satire will be barredS SCOTT M C M C C 30sep5t Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry fc Thomas OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the meet Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs S4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5II5 coJUIS 250 5II bottles 3 2 jugs 210 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 II you want to BOW your wheat reliably and with accuracy use ne of our Ken tucky 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 I Ladies 25c for 19c 39e 29c 49c 39e IL 75ch h JOe I 75c Skirts for 69c 9ge89c ruffle t KENTUCKY lht wUiMili tiattllnt Silitraia in iierr Coualf Mlllai direct Distllliri for timily BiiUcil in Ill miriiict iicmirj pid crests JidcniiL mossy cal be ned bj the rIght Jddras- tdiiolldatid Fries Ciadaaati 0 Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Telephone writinJjT m hiS tf lost On the street hi this city Thursday light stripped blue coat Reward will be paid for return to this office tf Money to Loan I can fet you money at 5 per cent interest on long time III sums of SlOOO over on your farm property For call on or address lor W R LETCIIER JR- apr 156m Richmond Ky tW L CRUTCHER G W EVANS JR JI NewFirmSAND Is T A Magnificient Stock of Goods t J Everything for the home beautiful t t can be found in our store tg and our prIces wilisuit 4 everybody jWe are at home at Joplins old standon tJ Main street and we guarantee the best J Jtgive us a call t t Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky Urea Values in Fall Merchandise t t New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our store immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and beter selectedstocks than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODSIt will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an elegant collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Pleecelnied Piques and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall MillineryWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in feltbeaverHOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread thekindClothing and Sho Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We only ask in fairness to yourself to compare pries You will iind we have the right prices Mens Suits S15 down to 350 Boys Suits 6 diwn to 98c Shoes at all prices Come and see them sOur basement Is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices r IIt9t4et We Are Ready To Talk Business- Our line of Buggies arid Carriages for spring is now complete and ready for inspection Come and get our prices before making your purchase in this line thelatestPainting and Repairing Neatly Done Give us a call we guarantee satisfaction ect eaTTa e VSOovk to RleHMOND NY Q1PHONE Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 1- 6JFRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Soquet flour u The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 14 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 Ilig ins Examiner Ste nographer and Typewriter Business solicited Telephons 354 71m We want our readers to be sure to read Phil Willgings advertisement in this issue He is making a special run on Window Glass The Oecilian Club will bold its first meeting for the winter this afternoon in the parlors of the Elks Hall at half past two oclock The Ladies Aid Society will meet this afternoon in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church A lull attendance is desired The hardest rain for many a day tell here last Wednesday evening It was close kin to a cloud burst and was accompanied by considerable wind Mr N B Deatherage has Improved the lower part ol his yard on Sec ond street by moving the small office rooms further back in the yard Mrs Lee Maupin has opened up a firstclass millinery establishment the store room formerly occupied bv Mr Lee Smitha She has on hand now a full line readytowear fall hats and she desires the patronage of all of her friends 3t Mrs Rosa Jarman has purchased Mr Edgar Ttirlevs home on theSum mitt and will take possession of same as soon as Mr Turley moves to his handsome home on the Campns Mrs Jarman is a daughter of Capt P P Ballard and has numerous friends here who are pleased to know that she will reside in this city There must he something unusu ally pure and wholesome in At Cozy Corners the new comedy drama in- which the famous little comedy star Lizzie Evans is to be seen here next Tuesday night The critic of the At lanta Ga Journal was stirred by wit t nessing it to the following poetical effusionApril showers and April sunshine they alternate through At Cozy Cor ners like the irresponsibility ofaspring morning1 When the heroine at this charming play is tearful we sympa thize When she laughs we are radi ant hut when she enters into the conjugation of the verb to lovewe kiss her For Rent House of Eight rooms and all nec essary out buildings New stable 2t Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Nominated Major Uirtis F Hurnain was nominated by acclamation for State Senator from this district at the Republican convention which convened in Irvine last week Flower Pots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store Eor Sale Medium size rolltop office desk revolving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 1 tf G W GATES Last Excursion On next Sunday the last excursion of the season over the L N will be run to Cincinnati The tralh will leave at 630 Fare will be 160 round trip Resigned Henry Moore who has been post master at Paint Lick since McKinleys first term has resigned his position to take effect at once He will locate in the West His successor has not been named For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost S4oo Will sell for 100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES Here Last Saturday Hon J C S Blackburn spoke here last Saturday to a large andenthusias tic audience His speech was one of the best of the present campaign He gave out a clear and complete outline of the work to be done He is a splen did talker and his remarks were the source of much pleasure to his hearers A New firm W G Powell has sold his meat mar ket to House Brothers two very popu lar and energetic young men from White Hall They will continue at the same stand Mr Alfred Douglas will remain with the new firm Mr Doug las is without a peer in this line and his many friends will he glad to know they can find him at the same old place Decided in Favor of the State Judge Cantrill in the circuit court Thursday rendered judgment against exAuditor J S S vinney of Paris Ky and his bondsmen for all warrants issued after February 2 1900 the day on which the legislative contest was pass ed upon The lodgment will amount to about 17000 being money paid to Taylor soldiers The decision also dis poses of a similar suit against exState Treasurer Walter Day who paid the vouchers issued from Rev Sweeneys office Ye Olde Folks at Kirksrille A repetition of the Old Folks Con cert which was so much enjoyed here several weeks ago was given at Kirks ville Monday night at Shepherds Hall The troupe left here about six oclock and reached Kirksville in plenty of time for the evening perform ance The same program was rendered that so pleased our people here and was heard by a full and appreciative audi ence Monday night About forty dol lars was realized twothirds ot which will go on the parsonage fund of the First Presbyterian church A Deserved Compliment Professor Oscar Erghott of Cincin nazi is preparing to present the Messiah in Lexington some time this win ter and has asked our talented vocalist Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler to take one of the leading parts Mrs Ambs ler as is well known studied with Professor Erghott and he thoroughly appreciates her splendid voice and is awake to the fact that she is capable of taking a leading part in the opera The compliment is well bestowed and we predict that with our sweet singer in the front ranks the Messiah will meet with great success 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 Pwll1cah Ky and return one faro 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- Cincimiati and return October 4 and 18 good only on special train leaving Richmond at 630 a in returning leaves Cincinnati at 8 p m limited to date of sale J W HAMILTON Agent f fi Deatherage Co Seeds Seeds SEEDS t4 J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that AV I have all kinds of seeds to sell I am no old hay jv seed either but I have J r fcTand corn and NorthernSeed Rye Those wanting J- J If things will do well to give me a callt Prices reason able Remember that I have things to sell and not tJ idttotw- r I E Oeatherage Co I f- L cvy THE NEWEST m AND BEST IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS f 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 JJ and a great collection of High Top Shoes best made for rain mud and snow at 150 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 andfront is neat looking extra dura ble and warm and a good water turner See it Prices 195 to 4- Bootees and Lace Boots A very complete assortment of values entirely worthy of your money3 50 to 5 00 everykind n Papa WII0at 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 DustNo 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 a OPEENING Coaks Ladle Tailormade Suits Skirts and Furs On Monday and Tuesday October 19 end 20 the Busy Bee Cash Store will have their Annual Opening of fine Cloaks fine Tailormade Suits Skirts and Furs This will mark an epoch in the city of Richmond It will enable the ladies of this and all surrounding counties and towns to inspect the very beat line of Tailormade Suits fine Wraps elegant Furs and fine Tailored Skirts ever shown in this city Our Cloak representative from the largest and best Cloak manufactory in the WeaL will be with us for two days October 10 and 20 and will have on display all the uptodate stylish garments or Ladies Misses and Children all the new styles and weaves in lavorthia sea son will be shown Garments will be delivered from stork when fits can be secured and measures taken when so always were and always will be a leading feature in womens wear Just now they are the thing Our Furs that will be shown you during this Opening combine and elegance and completeness of uptodate fashion For Wraps Fur Jackets Boas Muffs and Neck Pieces galore will be shown you and the special price inducement which we will offer for this Opening Is bound to make the fur fly Ladies if you need a special Wrap or Cloak of any kind if you need an elegant Tailormade Suit if you need anything that is made in Fur from the lowest price Neck Piece to the hand someat Seal Jacket if you need an elegant Tailormade Skirt dont fail to visit us during these two opening days Remember the dates Monday and Tuesday October 19 and 20 Very respectfully W D OLUIIAU Co Marlines For Sale A friend has left with us for sale the following magazines Two volumes Harpers Monthly throe volumes Cent tury one volume St Nicholas and one volume Review of Reviews They are all in good condition nicely cloth bound and can be had for less than cost of binding alone Call at CLIMAX office for inspection To Select Delegates The Democrats of Madison Estill Powell and Lee are hereby requested to meet at the County Court House in heir respective counties on Wedues dav October 14 to select delegates to atUnd the gejieral convention which will be held at Irvine Ky October 16 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the State Senate from the 29th Senatorial district JKQ B ClTZXANLT Chairman 2Jlk pigtrjct 9W iIMpI Set RELIGIOUS There will be preaching at the Bap tist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock to be followed by a short busi ness meeting Last Sunday morning the resignation of Harvey Chenault Jr as Superin tendent of the Baptist church Sunday School was received and L P Evans was elected to fill the vacancy Dr Sandlin was elected as Assistant Super intendent Registration Last Tuesday was Registration day and although the weather was very disagreeable the voters turned out to prepared for November election The figures showed a larger registration than last yearalsoa gain In Democratic ranks The official record is as follows D RInd Court House 69 152 9 West End I 149 80 8 University 175 90 4 East End 122 140 8 Total 515 462 29 Public Sale I will expose to public sale on Thursday October 15 1903 at the hour of 10 a m at my home on the Jacks Creek pike4M miles IronTtown the follow ing 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 1 yearling horse mule a number of tows and calves 40 ewes 30 or 40 bogs 40feedlng cattle 10 yearling cattle 2 2yearold 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 PIIELPS T D Chenault Auctioneer 7 2t In View An attempt is being made by the Northern quid Southern Presbyterian churches of Kentucky to form one Col lege for young women of the State A committee from both churches met re cently in Louisville for the purpose of looking over the situation So far there are only two locations for the proposed College being considered One of them is the old Sayre Institute at Lexington which offers to put its property under the control of the churches asking in return their indorsement The other is Caldwell College at Dan villa which offers its property for 135 000 No agreement was reached and the question was carried over until Oc tober 13 when the synods of the two churches will meet at Gyathtaua and Hopkinsville respectively If the at tempt proves successful this will make two consolidated Colleges for Ken tricky The ptbwr iCeltrll 1Aivif- hll trn hilt OUR DISPLAY OR Foil Winter Suits Overcoats is without doubt the finest ever shown in Richmond Such famous brands as Alfred Benjamin Co SteinBloeh Co Kirschbaum Co Fleisher Bros Rosewald Weil and 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 choosingPrices5 7 8 10 1250 15 18 20 and FinerN Underwear and Shirts We were never so well fixed on Underwear as now Great lines of ribbed and fleeced garments at 25 40 50c and 1 and the famous Glastonbury lines of fine soft nonshrinkable wools are just the thing to ward off colds and pneumonia 1 1 50 and our Royal Silk Plush is made of genuine silk soft as eiderdown and warm as wool luxurious enough for a king yet sold for S3 a suit FancyShirts50c 75c 100 and 150 PRACTICAL cmZENSfflT Artistic ImproTemeats by Frhate Enterprise That Benefit the Community in General The enterprise prompting a nurrber of our popular fellowcitizens to deco rat their homes with a bright new coat of Pattons Sun Proof Paint is a form of local patriotism that not only results in satisfaction and profit to themselves but in a way is a benefit to the entire community Among those whose improvement in this lIne have excited favorable com comment are Messrs J S Walker J D Dykes Samuel Rice H C James and Mrs A C Buchanan ExMayor Claude Smith has greatly improved the appearance of his residence at Irvine as has Mr J W Grider of College Hill by the use of Pattons Sun Proof PaintGood practical judgment has been shown in the selection ot Pattons Sun Proof Paint It is composed of the only pigments in the only proportions that the experience of nearly half a century has shown to give the greatest durability and the greatest degree of resistance to the action of time and weather Common while lead with linseed oil produces a soapy paint that works smoothly and looks well when first applied but deteriorates with ex posure and generally chalks off blis ters or crackssometimes all three This is absolutely prevented by the Patton formula of white lead zinc ox ide and silica ground to a uniform consistency and mixed and mixed again until it forms the standard modern pigment by which all others are judgedIt guaranteed by the makers to wear well and satisfactorily for five years They are safe in this as it more often wears for ten yearssometimes twelveFree color cards and suggestions for painting are given through Geo M Willging Given Away The CLIMAX proposes to give one years subscription to the farmer bring ing to this office ten of the finest ears of corn raised in the county dining the year 1903 six months to second best and three mouths subscription to third best white or yellow The contest will be settled November Courtday by B C Potts W W Pigg and L M Scriv uer Corn can be brought in any time between now and 10 oclock a m on November 2 1903 but judges willnot be allowed to see it until after that hour When the corn is brought in the name of the person bringing same will be entered in a book and numbered with a corresponding number placed on the corn and the judges will award the subscription to the competitors by number Bring in your corn and let us see what part of the county raises the best Announces for School Superintendent Elsewhere in this issue will be found the announcement of Mr E P Benton for School Superintendent of Madison county subject to the actipn of the Democratic party Mr Beuton de scended from pioneer stock all of whom lived in this county and voted the Democratic ticket and has him self voted the same ticket for 38 ears He has been a successful teacher for over 30 years and has also conducted a number of Institutes and assisted in others Several years ago Mr Benton led the fight for the improved methods IB teaching He Is a Christian gentleman and is thoroughly qualified for the office of School Superintendent which office he desires because of the oppor tunity it will afford him to build upon the good work carried forward by the present and former Superintendents and also to accomplish further good Not a single one of the Benton family have ever held a county office and now he comes forward and asks for the Democratic votes of this countv and eleetfd promises to fill the ofijce JR JI m t14U11 tg114 1I For Rent My farm of 150 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- S large ponds all kinds of fruit suita ble for dairyman or stockman Have for sale a large lot of new corn and some hay WILUB HISLE 23 1m Richmond Ky Celebrated His 90th Anniversary Mr Raymond Shearer who lives at Brookstown this county celebrated his ninetieth anniversary on October 7 He was born at the above named place in 1813 and at the age of twentyeight joined the church and since that time has been a faithful ard devout Christian On the first of September 1846 he was married to Miss Julia Gordon Mr Shearer is the father of five children James Shearer of Winchester Mrs Bettie Green John W Shearer mid Mrs Celia Hnguely of this county and Raymond Shearer Jr of Indian Ter ritory Mr Shearer notwithstanding his advanced age is a spleuded type of manhood and Las always been a staunch Democrat In all of his vo ting career ho has missed but one vote and that was 1902 when a very heavy ram prevented him Quite a number of relatives gathered around his festive board the day he was ninety and enjoyed one of the most elegant dinner imaginable Among those present were Mr and Mrs Andrew Baxter Mr and Mrs Miles Locknan of Clark county Mr and Mrs Milton Kimbrell Mr and Mrs Henry Barkley Mr and Mrs Hiram Reeves Mr and Mrs West McKinney Mr and Mrs James Huguely and Mr and Mrs James Shearer of Winchester Mr and Mrs J W Shearer Mr and Mrs A T Ohenault Mrs Samuel Shearer Mrs Maggie Shearer Mrs T W Green Mrs Deering Mrs Joicy Burgin Mrs Bet tie Green Misses Bettie Shearer Susan Shearer Cora Barkley and Messrs Harris Shearer Albert Eads and Chas Irvin All left after a most enjoyable day wishing Mr Shearer many returns of the happy occasion DEATHS WINBOKN Mrs John V Winburn died Monday October 5 at the homo of her husband at Newby She left an infant Deceased was a daughter of Mitchell Agee of this place and was a sister to Mr Wiuburna first wife HARRIS Mrs Ann Eliza Harris died last Wednesday shortly afternoon at the home of her son Dr Giles Har ris in the eastern part of the city De ceased would have been ninety years old had she lived until the thirtieth day of March She was a noble typo of Christian womanhood She is survived by three children Dr GileH Harris of this city Dr John Harris of Kansas City and Miss Carrie Harris ot the county Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon at U oclock at the home by Rev Hugh Mc Lellan after which her remains were interred In the Richmond cemetery JENNINGS After an illness of only four days Miss Lena Jennings died on last Thursday morning at the home of her sister Mrs J E Greenleaf on Lap caster Avenue Deceased who wan thirtyseven years old was the young est child of the late Dr and Mrs Wil liam Jennings She was possessed with unusual beauty of person and bad always held a high social position which she was burn to fill Her manner was so gentle and sweet that all were drawn to her as if by magic Her death is a severe blow to her many friends but especially to her sister Mrs Greenleaf who Is now the only starving one of the family and to hot the deepest sympathy is extended On Saturday followed by a long procession of sorrowing friends her ni mains were laid to reef Be Ide those qi her mot h aw rttw I i the fkjl mt ad frt Sale of Gen C H Clays Personal Property The sale of the personal property of General Cassius M Clay was concluded on last Thursday after the articles had been exposed to public bidding for two days Never in the history of the county have articles brought such fab ulous prices Many who attended the sale were curiohunters from different places and the bidding for every arti cal was spirited Almost everything that was put up was of historic value A pair of candelabra and a centerpiece were bought by B L Clay of this city for 5200 E F Clay Jr ot Paris purchased a favorite picture of the General paying 100 for same A vase from Russia brought 75 A bust of Horace Greely by Joel T Hart also brought a large sum A handsome oil painting and a landscape scene which have been in the Clay family for years occa sioned much spirited bidding and were finally knocked down to Mr Leslie P Evans ot this city for a high price The dining room furniture brought 100 The chairs commanded fifty centseach Three very large mirrors brought 300 each The library composed of rare and valuable books sold for high prices Most of the books were bought by mnetnbersbt the family and Hall Jackson of Cincinnati The total sum for the articles sold was about 5000 The sale was conducted by Col Thos Cbenault and was ordered by the county court with the State Bank Trust Co as Curators The sale of 950 acres of land will be held on October 2223 John William Lell a wealthy citizen of Lexington dropped dead in New York ALL THATS NEW IN Hatsand GapsEvery 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 i 100 to 500iAnd when youre ready for your winter Cap its here in any style you wish 25c 50c 75c and 100 t Beautiful assortment for boys at 25c and 50c ISuspenders everything to clothe man or boy from head to foot JtH COVINGTON AND BANKS aJi Read This If you want to see something and uptodate call at Miss swellI Goldens rooms and see the line of samples for tailormade suits cloaks etc Miss Golden is agent for Charles A Stevens Brothers of Chi cago and is able to furnish suits cloaks furs underwear in fact everything in the readymade line for both ladies and children Give her a call Prices are extremely reasonableMiss I GOLDEN Hobson Building Shackelford Co are headquar ters for all kinds of sporting goods sin gle and double barrel guns from 000 to 100 and rifles any kinds you wish all calibers Cartridges we can give you any make and any size load you wish Game bags and loading tf Cupids Arrow On Tuesday night at the home of Mr and Mrs Emmet Dickson the wedding of Miss Katberine Randolph Blanton and Mr J Samuel Head Jr of Jackson was solemnized Only the immediate friends and relatives of the bride were present but it was one of the prettiest home weddings ever in ParisThe color scheme was pink andwhite and was carried out in every detail of the decorations which were very ar tistic Time bridesmaids were Miss Sarah Shackelford of Richmond Miss Mary Escott of Shelby ville Miss Lacy Ir vine of Bowling Green and Miss Ed die Spears of this city The gowns were of white silk mull with pink sashes and they carried f wreaths of smilax tied with pink tulle Ibrido l IThe I a Jlies of the valley Mr Mack Clark of Lexington was the other attendantiDr L H Blanton father of the t r ItbyAfter the ceremony a very delightful lunch was served The brides table was round and twelve were seated The cloth was of white tulle over pink silk Ropes of smilax and streamers of tulle were suspended from the chat 6 delier to the sides of the table In the center was a large cut glass vase filled with pink roses Silver candelabras with pink shades and cut glass bon bon dishes with pink sdw1iiie rose bud mints combined to make a beauti Hful table The place cards were hand painted Cupids with the gold monosgrams The bride presented her maids with dainty gold good luck pins It was an interesting fact that Tues I day was the anniversary of the marri 7 age of the brides father and mother and that Dr Rutherford who assisted in t hIupon that occasion tMr and Mrs Head left on the 945 train for an extended Eastern trip fiBourbon News I APPEARANCES GO A GREAT WAY I I Men who wear clothes have awakened to the fact that a well made suit looks better than a cheap shop made suit We are showing some of the most elegant woolens in Suitings Overcoatings and Trousering that can be found in eastern markets We have the exclusive right to represent B Stern Sonsoi New York who can make Clothing to fitNOT READY MADE but made to measure Leave your Measure with us RICE AND ARNOLD PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS IV MIllER ATrORNLTLAW KiCHiioMO KBNTOCKT Office n the Burnam Building next door tarmer National Bank feb3ly J A ScrLLtV AN ATTOBNKYATLAW BIOHMOND KENTUCKY OffiYe over State Bank Trust Co 01 pofiite Court House on Main Stnet JO D OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAtE RICHMOND KBTUCK Office on Second street over Chen nltH grocery W it LETCHER AttorneyatLaw BmiiioxD KKNTOCK- YloTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry A Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUKUEOfiS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht Dr Ilobaon building XUinStreet Ii 6 JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ortire Stouflur Building Main Street felpbone at residence the Carr place oi Broadway ituMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M JX t PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON RICHMOND KKNTUCKI E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust n g Literature fnrnUlied on implication CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL STJRGERY DT OaXetVnt V OOr DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY aOtlice next door to Government Building ttlchmSad Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novlTly uuI vM Blanton 35 DENTIST OJOlieoiti Bennett Building 11anlrTBLHPIIONE 196 DR LANmlAN- Hotel Glyndon WednesJay October 21 1003 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ca- tLIIITENTION vE have movofl our produce business from the East Euil of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends anti patrons We will continue to nay the highest market price for t Eggs1Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new Quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 20janlv RICHMOND K- YOneMhiuteCoughCure For Coughs Colds and Croup loiisie t Atlantic Railroad DAiLY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersallleaLawenceburg Shel 3Upmandfor Irvine iMam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND rom Louisville Lexington and tl54am Cincinnati MICr ni rom Irvine 335 pjn O M BROWNING Gen Mgr- VeraalUes Ky- a A Wonlnnu 8 A Richmond Kj Stops the Cornell and Works o2 the Cord Laxative Rromo Qtinine Tracts cure a cold in one day No core DO pay Price 25 cents TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jjJ We are pleased to state that it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnckle A Simmons SearcT Hamilton 0 Finnel r W Masters J V Whltlock John ntpp Barton Roberts I W Teeter I W Prewltt L A Wcarrcn 0 MoWharter Biclcner k Early- I T COT R chmond House Valley View Ruthton Edenton Cottonborg Paint Lick allaceton Berea Kirkv1l1e Next to the Proper Test Mimes the proper glasses WP can do what is riulit with regard to the test Hiul the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our trick of Optical Goods is so large and Complete that we can fill immediately all demands for jlassRS not of a fery unusual atrengt For these it will nkF a little longer time Repairs are inimptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly L 8s N1 Tim Tils Ar No I Cincinnati and Livings Lv 1244 p m ton Ex ess south bound 1248 p No6 Clnnatland Livings 125 p m ton Express norlh bound 155 pm No 4 Clnnatl and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 CInnati and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south boun 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m vile Accm sonth bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820a No 22 Richmond and Stan 430pm ford north bound Blue Gus Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good graziiif bluegrass lund for rent apr 1tf Harvey Chennnlt SCHOOLProf Fails Olii will oppn in Sep tember a Hiplirlasa Private School at Klrksville Ky in the olii Elliott Institute buildings lie will be supported by com petent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into onn of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with tlm liberal patronage of the people The location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one nf the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksvllle Address all in qniiies to G P SimmonsNewton OhllJ or G B Shepherd = Kirkeville Ky LIB BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streets apraolyrPhone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir shesaid Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented inall his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY Elliston Mill Company Phone J663 WACO KY Wool Carding in Season JIIiIIII Miss Nettie Blackmore Minneapolis tells how any young woman may be per manently cured ofmonthly pains by taking Lydia R Pinknams Vegetable Compound YOUNG WouNI had frequent headaches of a severe nature dark spots before my eyes and at my menstrual periods I sufferei untold agony A member of the lodge advised me to try Lydia E inkhams Vegetable Compound but I only scorned good advice and felt that my case was hope1ess but she kept at me until I bought a bottle and started taking it I soon had the best reason in the world to change my opinion of the medicine asoeach day my health improved and finally Iwas entirelyvithout pain at my menstruation periods lam most grateful NETTIE BLACKJIORE 28 Central Ave Minneapolis Mimi Painful Periods are qnicldy and permanently overcome by Lydia E Pinklmm a Vegetable Compound The above letter is only one of hundreds of thousands which prove this statement to be a fact Menstruation is a severe strain on a womans vitality if it is painful something is wrong Dont take narcotics to deaden the pain but remove the causeperhaps it is caused by irregularity or womb displace ments or the development of a tumor Whatever it is Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound is guaranteed to cure It If there Ii anything about your case about which you would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinkham No man will see letter She can surely help for no person in America has such a wide experience in treat ing female ills as she has had She has helped hundreds of of women back to health Her address is Lynn Mass and her advice is ties You are very foolish if you do not accept her invitation is positive dandruff Details of Another Case DEAR PnnoiAM Ignorance and carelessness is the cause of most of the of women I believe that if we properly understood the laws of health we would all be well but if the sick women only knew truth about Lydia E Vegetable Compound they would be saved much suffer ing and would soon be cured I used it for five for a local diffi culty which had troubled me for years and for which I had spent hundreds dollars in the vain endeavor to rec iIof My life forces were sapped I was daily losing my vitality Lydia Pinkliams Vegetable Comnound cured me completely and I am now enjoying the best of health and am most grateful and only too pleased to endorse such a great remedyMxss JEXNIS 1 HOWARDS 604 II St N W Washington D a Mrs PlnWmm whose address is Lynn Mass will answercheer fully and without cost all addressed to her by sick women I J J Write for prices and complete Drill Catalog SoAMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE rv Ware styles press l i The Ball Dens moreOnly absolutely ball bearing type writer offered See it betore or dering or buying any ather machine Only standard machine with pointer that points equipped with back spacer Light light touch best alignment and easiest operate Write fbr catalogue or wo will have our salesman upon Sold for cash and easy payments taore Tn wrin Fourth st Cincinnati 0 JOS POWER Lock Box Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY ED PINAUDS Eau Quinine Hair Tonic is always efficacious lIt MRS sufferings Pinkliams months being letters running 1tillkcepag- ood set iiir from Oiling out land will render beautiful all the mor i luxuriant and glosry 115000 bottles acId ftl oneroonth in the Uni6jd States cSt Ed PiMujs American rnortOfnpe Pt- 1L b KentucKyDisk InterchangeableDiskorShoe OPENERSMakeeven in dry seasons The bearings are nar row clearance cant doc and are GRIT PROOP They are as simple a scythe as long as the OPENERSHavemade ot forged and polished tool sUe can be detached in a second as important as aslip share to a work loose COIll WBERECT FORM and Form an I the I I I CORSETSCures I X f ult I tfooth ever and to call you 323 W R 282 de the cure of tresses I Give wood Last plow Cant tarrhMedicine Sent Free I Send no money imply write and expenseUotanicdestroys tlia oitolnllllh blood which cjuiBoe the awful aches III back and shoulder blades shifting paiiip dUll legshonef rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat bad hearing specks flying before the tys all played out feeling of catarrh Boanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds If cases of 30 or 40 years standing afier doctors liot springs and patent medicines had all failed Must 01 these cured patients had taken Blood Balm asalast resort It Is especially advis ed fr chronic doepseat d cases Im possible for anyone to stiffer the agonies or tyinpioms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking mood Balm It therebytriving tipDrugple of Blood Balm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by de HloodBalmTho Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkifT Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nevI er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons ofI all kinds Repairing repainting buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber irar guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIPF Prop A boon to travelers Dr Fowler xtract of StrawberryCllresdysota- fi iaauaea MIlrL4jist5 A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that will cleanse tho system set the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure headache and leave a good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing suih 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 DeWittx Little Early Risers are simply perfect Sold by E C Wines 1m Now is thin time to look over your vehicle and have them put in order fur the coming season We make s cm1lllovEstimate made if required We also have on hand a com tale line of upto date station WHCOMS buggies runabout etc Richmond Carriage Works tf S MiiiKirr Prop 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 lisa com SsylorWIllardstrength nervousness headache con sti put ion bad breih sour risings In digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickiv cured by tile use of Kodol Kodol represents the natural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and recon structive properties It cleanses pu rlfi s and xweetens the stomach Sold by E e Wines 1m Callus up bv phone or drop us a note and let us rail and look over your work and give von 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 Ve 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 R J MIDRIFF Prop Low Rates Following rates in effect via L N from Richmond One way second class colonist rates to California daily until November 30 S3770Speciiil one way secondclass colonist rates to Northwest daily until Novem her 30 Special Homeseekers round trip rates to South and Southeast October 20 limited to 21 days from date of sate Denver Colorado and return October 3 and 4 limited to October 31 one flrst clats fare plus BO cents Louisville Ky and return one fare plus 25 cents September 28 to to October 3 inclusive limited to October 1- 51W HAMILTON Agent Monarch over pain hunts cuts sprains tilings Instant reliet Dr rhomaH Electric Oil At any drugstore 1m We have nevershovvn a larger stork of Carrjalls Surries Buggies and runabouts than we i ow have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best inannerH at moderate prices I7ie best rubber tire npplyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop A Love Letter Would not interest you if youre look jug for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for a year but a box of Buckleus Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at all druggists lin Notice I have for sale about 250 acres of rood land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres of this 1ind is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened Up and Is in firstclass condi thou the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this laud is mostly white oak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir ing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CABKIEU Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which Is used for apple orchards On this property is a good dwelling and one desiring a fine stock farm couid not secure better property jun 3Gmo Watchman David Britt at the Nation al Soldiers Home at Johnson City Tenn was shot Ilead before his wife and children by Policeman GeorgeS Allen The Salve That Heals Without leaving a scar is DeWitta The name Witch Hazel is applied to many salves but DeWitts Wich Ha zel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure unadultera ted witch hazel If any other Wich Hazel Salve is offered you it is a coun terfeit E O De Witt invented Witch Hazel Salvo and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the best ealve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind pilesSoldA DiBgaer of Thespis In England a great deal of interest has lately been taken in American plays and players So it is not alto nether surprising that the novel by Mr John D Barry the wellknown dramatic critic A Daughter of Thespuj warmly praised for its truths and in sight by such authorities as Mara Morris and W D Howells should have had an enthusiastic welcome on its recent appearance in an Engishedi tion The London Academy IIys of it Here is a novel which cunies frO America very different from the ordi nary American novel and very differ ent too from the ordinary English novel It deals with theatrical people yet is entirely clean and wholesome and it deals with them from the inside The hook does not contain a line of fine writing it errs rather on the side commonplace in phrase i vetit hats left with us a quite living impression of certain episodes in certain lives And there would seem to he no secret about Mr Barrys work no secret at least about his method But hecerI tiiinly has that rare secret which may never be discovered and applied to the unelect the secret of reading life with knowledge and setting down actual impressions with sympathy and without any kind of cant The Pall Mall Ga zette hits declared the story to be dlt tinctly above the average pf works rep resenting stage meand another English reviewer says oL it Since Clara Morriss Life on the Stage we Have had no book which deals more naturally with players and playacting or contains tewer of the utterly false and conventional ideas about hostage fo t Paoit ft6o Publishers A o A TEXAS WONDER r HALLS GREAT DISCOVERYI One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on seceipt of- al One small bottle is two monthV treatment and will tire any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Hox 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant liichmqnd IC READ Tins Richmond Kv Feb 9 1002 Dr EW Hall St LottiKMoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Hallti 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 7jali ly Jons A RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enouch for usual occasions The family bottle CO cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled itIINothing can ever surpass Dr Kings New Discovery For ONHtTMPTION Price tftSIOOOLUS A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free u MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January seca MEATS MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Harinfr examined your Meat and Malt preparation to xics thoroughly acquainted with its and mode ot manufacture I can state thai it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates dfecstum and Is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all with debility Yours truly 1D KASTENBINE D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Loulavlllo 1C For Snip lwB L Middelton For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo No No2 No3No No5No6 No 7- No8 No9No NonNo No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 He 23- Nf24 25I A twostory frame residence contain ineS rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 500 less than original cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuildings A Teat bargain for anyone de siring a nice Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good pair Price 000 silo will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price producingfarm outbuildlogsGood farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other im provements In tine locality Price 2500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improvement Can be bought in connection withNoS Price 1000 wellimprovedGood cottage In firstclass condition cisterd etc Price 500 InhtstaU necessary out buildings A bar gain at Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best improved farms in Madison count j containing 2V acres outbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoinarbor all necessary out building IIthrivingand schools are convenient Price 500 inRichmond cityLotA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet Pricen800A nice residence for nnyone desir- Ing an Ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighborhood Cottage on a nice reslllenl Street cmiintning four rooms and neces tinychasedgreat bargain at 1100 Will oaint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five jpoms necwsarymtiIbulIdIngsttctuding 100 Will sell paintresidence contatimimgporches Mtuated In best residence portion of rlty Siable coal house buildtugsdesiring a nice home Bereaturnpike grauIfcornanlttweaty landllfwaterPrice eightnils anttIslIeCothera5SryOU4baIld4nge AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhibition II HOOSIER DISC DRILL RBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING ++++ CALL AT++ M JONES illERSHOFU SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN refreshingf dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap 10 Phone 3 Second St Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of everyone hundred people who have heart trouble Indlgstion onlyIwhich falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of thatdelicatestomachtrouble 1NrmonthsKodol Digests What You Eat nervousIBcttlesonly trialsizePrepared by Eo O DWITT St CO CHICAGO For Rale by Perry Thomaa OneEye AtaTime Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer Ve use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s b a 3VteXac ta s Rcmo h t4I aALES 8000 A DAY Watcis I rDolIxrflowestcarrlesthestrong guarantee and has a larger salt than other ttinandstyle otherIngersolls at f173 and 200 Sold JRODto WDIG5TIOHI DlackDraughtIn one week than all the doc ayearMRSBHinFIELD EllettsTille md- ThedfordsBlackDranghjt antnofintigestion Thedfords yoorstomachfeet condition THEDFO- RDSBlAKDRAUGHT f jMONTheilhordsBlankDraught constipation butCU115I midkeeps sellS5cenl i BlackDraught bowilsISneadeerry CortSJlPAtl J Listen to the Prices at THEGLOBE Greatest opportunity ever offered to the people of Madison and adjoining counties t f 50 Mens Suits worth 750 for JO days go at 85 Clay Worsteds worth 10 and 12 50 latest styles for the next ten days will go at 50 Mens Melton Suits worth 1250at J50 Worsteds in latest styles worth 1250 and 15will go for next ten days for 1000 ClothingI50 Knee Suits worth 150 for the next days go for 150It 150 pairs Mens Jeans Pants worth 1 25 for the nezt ten days go at r Men Corduroy Pants worth 2 for the next ten dsys atI 5oo 750 750 99c 89c 124 Ii Mens 350 Corduroy Pants for 10 days 199 Mens Shoes100 nndbox100 pairs S4 Slices at 15c pal r 3 50 Ihol1 at f49 24iSHOESii5C pairs Society Queen Ladie Shoos worth 52 50 at SI 99 50 pairs viri kids worth S3 CO at S249 150 pairs S2 Shoes at Sl24 500 pairs Childrens Shoes at 50c on the dollar Mens Dress Shirts worth 75c for 10 days at 39c 125 Shirts at 89c Ladies Hose worth lOc at Sets Mens Socks worth 1 Oc at Sets rYoursfor Bargains The Globe Store 208 Main Street formerly occupied by John G Taylor 01 IQ I Low Rates West A bright future awaits you in the wonderful west Free lands and low priced lands offer homeWefrom the home owners and home builders the chance there is for you On the RailwayThec tember 15th to November3Gth u FROM SAINT PAUL ToCre iFliM iw j j ToKafUMwWMl toSpoWWaAgte j w utcW Wuliste 1JkLJutE- veteita Seattle Wailimio and all f2500Addreor WHITNEYGosdaIkcI45HL SAINT PAUL MINN 0 r ii iiIE