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I TW TFwH II ij I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 4 T T i d VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21 1903 NUMBL 22 PHONE 80 Everything + liii Mfr 71 71f T F7F I71 7t Goods 1 AT THE 1 CASH STORE IS BRAN NEW 9 TJ K e eThis being our first fall season for business in your 4ili city our stock of fall stuff in every line is entirely new Ginghams Etc are arriving daily and we take pleasure in showing Our Stock Of Winter Closing 8 Shoes and Hats are all complete in fact we are crowded in these lines and we are + willing to exchange bargains lor space ir you needsomething in these lines dont fail to see us before making your choice + ffiAny from us means you will send your and friends to see us tkat they too may learn to be wise and buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money HAr TON + Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky 4N I 1 Bs i a sc9 fh f 1 g ij Disk and c r Paint Protection TIieJradicaiftainfrrsayswhen with ttf1 SUmrfPif2JJJfjfF ft l1ti and the paint cov by a 5 guaranty you have he b t possible protection lo your house nd purse tIo Paint preserves arul beautifies Matte 01 j t tits and oil with just liic igUt roportions of zinc u iMUuva secret fornnlni It vriHmtands sun and rain tt mt 1t1 twice us loug as hand made lC1int Guar longSeikiPATTON PAINT CO Lake St rMve Wls FOR SALE BY- e George M WillgingI Puhfls WaD Puper Gloss JJ 6- v J JPICUlm G W EVANS JR Firm c 1 A Magnificient Stock of If V- v tEverything for the home beautiful V c can be found in our store Iand our will suit 1 r 2 L everybody J We are at home at Joplins old standon Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention Jgive us a Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky fi Ajod fle fhC t 16 RowDrtlL Shown moth Shoe AMEUCAK SEEDING MACHIN i A E C WINES DRUG STORE II In Fall HUSTLING fffiPercales youp Foil and purchase neighbors LACKEY il ered p ered year protects eNewc Goods prices call tHL KentucKyDisk Interchangeabl8DisKorSo ALL SIZES FROM 8 TO 22 MSKS Of SHOES With or without Fertilizer or tirai Sctid Attachments Grit Proof Bearings to DiskS 9A AAQ Keotceky Buuinga need fast utJafacUanIerfCt InsllresawdSUM r pdcM ai4 CaaMIt XII NO COIfo Mi4 su I 3SIW 4 LOtMViLU KY nJ EJTT il i1 Announcements FOR COUNTY AThfltSEYl RLFrIUKRfRotorN subject to the action fit the Democratic party IICROOKEisnbject to the action of ih Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic parsy- FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W MadisonCountyic PartytWe are authorized to announce B B Million IMlbJlctFOR JAILER tWeareauthorized ofMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadisoCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subJectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a Ilt1Il0RGANrAYLORcounty aubJet to the action of the Democratic party hPAIIRISIcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANDERSON forJailerf the Democratic party nKIcsublectBUCKJOUounty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a cxndldaU for Jailer uf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annonn R R TER RILL JR candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate for Superintendent of Pub lie Schools of Madison county subject to the xction of the Democratic parly We ore authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We sire authorized to announce JOIN NOLAN a candidate for Kuperintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party OR ASSESSOR tVe are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Mudlson county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced BlGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county Kiiliject to the action of the Deinc Tatic pa- rtyBONE FOOD Soft and crooked hones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing childmust eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood fopd and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have Bow legs become straighter loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rightfocdwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in hildhoodSend for free sample SCOTT t1tBOWNEChemla- ts1Qi15 Perl Street Hew YwK Ii PUI p f WILHELMIIf IS HAPPYI Subjects of the Queen of Holland De clare That Her husband Is Good to Her Visitors to Holland have one thing impressed upon them while they are In that tight little country and that is that the queen and her German husband live happily together Al though the Hollanders are not particularly fond of the prince consort nevertheless they do him the Justice to say that he is good to his wife and that all the stories about his bru tality to her are absolutely untrue At the palace at The Hague the at tendants assure visitors of thls very earnestly The queen is a happy wo man they say she has no domes exhibittilechairs of Wilhelmlna and her hus thetableher husband and this places them on a level oftheuponherby the various crowned heads of Eu ropeThey are also shown many beautiful paintings by the best Dutch artists IsImusic box which was one of little WS1 helminas playthings before her ascension to the throne They have quaint customs In Hol thelaundryclothes are sent away to be washed reIroom windows to the infinite delec offiwhen there is a bathroom which is not often Is placed In the cellar It andjcoverthatHOPES TO AVERT CONSUMPTION Prof yon rielirlnjr Think He Cna Make the Ilaninn Itoiljr Immnne from Dread Disease thefamousserum believes ho has discovered a means of making human lives Im une from consumption by innocu lating them with a harmless tubercu obtainedfromThe professor refers to this matter at present with the greatest caution as he does not wish to excite over sanguine hopes and refuses to answer any inquiries before his Invest gallons have been completed Prof von Behring had been in varJousforms withtubercylosls toundinoculationtuberculosis In cattle and bases on beingtman life CLAIRVOYANTS IN TRUST Seer Inan1ence havejustpurposes of such an organization even bythaThetrustAll of the members are notified by the ead officer that certain stocks are to e recommended to clients seeking enlightenment as to the best means of Investing their money Sometimes several companies are on the list presidentture of their advice should be Of ourse this combination does not work companiesThenaturally they do not profit so much as the companies one of which made J60 000 last year through this branch of Its business WORSHIP IN MOVABLE CHURCH Preibytery of New York Erects Portable Structure for Mlmilon Work Will Seat Abont 200 Person The presbytery of New York has launched a novelty in church construe Uon in the house of worship Just com pleted In the borough of Bronx The house is portable Ilcan be taken down and rebuilt on another site The presbytery does not hold title to the land on which the church stands and could not find another site in the neighborhood so favorable for the planting of its new mission work The church is 55 feet long 25 feet wide and 20 feet high and will seat about 200 persons The roof is of as bestos and the building of yellow pine The sections are bolted and there are neither nails nor screws Smokele Humanity Germany has already sold the sultan of Turkey 100000000 cartridges and 170000 pounds of smokeless powder and is looking for further business In that line The Washington Post re Interveninga mysteryNew Speed Record A speed of 114 miles an hour has been developed on a German electric rail road Here is a new mark for the auto mobile scorcher to aim at Confessions ofa Priest Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundico I consulted a number of physicians and tried nil sorts bi medicines but Rot no relief Then I Itetran the use uf Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cnred of a disease yearsIftt Liver and Kidney trouble stomach Ij order or general debility get Elec ric Bitters Its guaranteed by all druggists Onl 6Oc1m The Orecou short Line Railway will expend a million dollars on terminal facilities at Salt Lake City liltwns almost a miracle Burdocks Blood Bitter cured me of a terrible ureaking out alt over the bod v tam JgeWeststore 1m Dr Kerr Griy of London originator Of iha society for undiy SIft o L singtjsI L DEVELOPMENT OF IRELAND Industrial Outlook of the Country I Brighter at Preent Than for Year commentingfavorably Ireland The Handels Museum says the t i byheroent by the present government Is In creasing the desire of capitalists to In vest In Irish Industrial enterprises An EnglishIrish syndicate has been formed for the purpose of removing one of the worst evils with which Irish In dustrial development was afflicted viz dear coal The industrial difficulties due to the absence of coal In Ireland are to be removed by the use of turf in which the island abounds This is to be cut dried and pressed Into bricks A commission of experts was sent recently by the syndicate to continental Europe for the purpose of studying the methods of manipulating peat turf and bogland fuel The results were very justlrlngthedence resulted in the establishment of a turfbrick mill in the north of Ireland with a daily capacity of 150 tons Others possibleinis Industry intimately con greatIrishits and starch from potatoes Several participatingInmands many millions of dollars This company sent experts to the continent particularly to Germany They made a productionand other apparatus etc The Germans are looking for a large market in Ireland for their machinery but expect that the worlds spirit and starch mar ket will be materially affected by the Irish product ILONDON DREADS FIRE People Fear Repetition of Chicago torlof the lamp that Mrs OLearys cow kicked over Interest has been revived at the grocery exhibition in Agricultural hall in a prize which for three years has gone begging It Is offered to the Inventor of the best constructed safety lamp whose wholesale price is not to exceed Is 6d in which mineral oil can be burned and the chief merit of which must be absolute safetyThe prize first offered was t50 This year It is increased to t120 Eighty competitionsuited for the purpose Some had fine wire scaffolding con structed over the oldholder ttay beams of which were to collapse when the burn er was at an angle and extinguish the flame As It would require a machinist to put it together in the hands of ani DaUyTelegraphthe Imagination consistIIngway best known to the inventor In Costerland It wouldnt be hard to picture the contrivance being utilized In cooking the family breakfast The reason for this competition is the fact that the number of accidents result ing In upsetting mineral oil lamps in the United Kingdom has been enormous Thousands of deaths have been caused in London In 1901 there were nearly 4000 accidents more or less serious a large proportion of which were due to defective paraffin lightning arrangements HAS THREE LIVES COMING New Jeraey Tomcat Which Han Paced Death In Six Different Forms I Victim of Explosion With three lives still to his credit tomcatIThe last and most remarkable of his exploits was on a recent Wednesday night when the forclte works at Ken vll were destroyed by an explosion which shook the country for miles beenftile time preparing for his evenings theIa tree at Ledgewood threequarters of a mile from the scene of the wreck He was recognized by the collar forclteIFrank ONeill and came to make his home at the mills The men at the mill were kind to him because they had read of the attempts of ONeill to kill the cat by five different methods including shotgun pitchfork drowning and chlo reform Thomas J was howling feebly and pitifully when found and now has a warm berth beside the hearthstone of Mr and Mrs Herman Siegle who dis covered him and rescued him from the treetop lUng Edward Collection Agent Shrewd London dressmakers have discovered that they can collect their bills from fashionable clients by bar ring them from attendance at court while In debt Kings and courts remarks the New York World have their uses Also Both Dead Prof Langleys statement that his air ship is modeled after the extinct pterodactyl is not lacking in verisimi litude Nobody ever saw a pterodactyl fly Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Arinonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her DiscoveryOuradvanced stage also used this wonder perrectlylung yield to Dr Kings New Discovery asto no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and SI bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free 1m JudgeBurnsthe releMa of all Federal prisoners in jail there OnDArfakeAll druggists refund the mq ey if it fails to Curs Eo W Groves signature a on each box 25 ntn The Court of Apple will hear the argssPdntill th HaI t wlfd 11i101 yt l 11 0 13 AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS OF KENTUCKY Issued by State Committed on CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con tentlon of the State of Kentucky held in the city of Ixjulsvllla on the 2d 3d and 4th day of June 1903 the under signed were appointed a committee for the purpose of bringing the amend ment to the constitution of the state which is to be voted upon at the No vember election this year to the attention of voters of all parties in the state and obtain for it the necessary number of votes to secure its adoption The amendment is purely a nonpar Ulan measure vitally affecting the Interests of all citizens of the state no matter what their party affiliations or occupations may bo or where their places of residence are situated The beneficial effects which will fpl low the adoption of the amendment beIif by any chance the amendment should fall of adoption will bo disastrous in the extreme to the best in terests of the state The adoption of the amendment will not change In the least the present rye tem of taxation in Kentucky for state and county purposes as it applies only to taxes levied by cities and towns for their own local purposes The manfaeturers merchants and financial institutions in the cities and towns of our state are now tremea dourly handicapped in competing with those in other states by the provision of our state constitution which re- quIres the same ad valorem taxes to be levied on all personal property by cities and towns for their local purposes as is levied by them on real estate within their boundaries This provision does not exist in other states In which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial institutions are located so that our people In these lines of business are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states and the result is that our existing in dustries do not grow as they should new industries are not established in our state in as large number and Importance as in other states which do not possess anything like our natural advantages but in which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as in Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after its adop tion will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher interest rates when we borrow money than we would have to pay if money used in banking and financial operations was not taxed so exorbitantly for municipal purposes Farmers and country merchants of Kentucky dont make the mistake of thinking the adoption of this amendment of the constitution will not bene ficially affect you If you want existing factories in our towns and cities to grow so as to give employment to more men if you want new industries to be established employing still more men if you want more consumers for your farm products and mQre buyers at your coun ters If you want lower Interest rates when you borrow money If you want to lessen your state and county taxes in a word if you want as much pros perity throughout the length and breadth of our grand old common wealth as prevails in other states then vote for the amendment and get your neighbors to vote for it Every existing factory enlarged and every new factory brought into Kentucky through this amendment to our constitution means Lower 8UU and County Taxes for all the property thus brought In will go to swell the assessments for state and county purposes which will enable the rate to be reduced Let the amendment be adopted by an overwhelming vote In Its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 9 S SAvior ChaIrnan Ashland Szo TiioimoxYadaoah W a NOHM LoabvUI iIf LzoxiJffl Eddrvlllo los L LAmes HopUnsrlll Yimua L BXOWSEZ Ruuelrlllc Wit A BOVIXIOK LoaUrlll J SL KSOTT Lebanon AXTAH L Tnax Louljrllla RICH P Xxxrr Gofington Hasni T DCKOXK Lexington C L HtiEOi Wtao HtxkTTj STOXE LouIjTiUe OJLBBSTT S WALL May vllle B U PEEBT Winchester W L fliowx London f N Cuaxx SureUrr LoaUvlH Dieting Invites Disease- To cure Dyspepsia of Indigestion it Is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system be comes an easy prey to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Onrft enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and as similate all the wholesome food that one cares to eat and is a never falling cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia and all Ktoraach troubles what you eatmakes the stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m Mouse Cawood was sent to the pent tentiary for two yes at Booneville Owsley county for killing Isis cousin J L RoseBokInto His House- S Le Quinn of Cavedfeh Vt waf robbed of his CHtororyjw lth by in vasion of Chronic Coneti pttiofi Wfaed Dr Kings New LtfrPilta broke Into lila ihowee his tfoW WM n4 d andrnw beu eetiwdy e ud Thy awij 61 8JUdrtili 1m II r 1 COR MAIN FiRST III The label on Schlossmade Clothing Is to protect the wearer It stands for re potation uniform excellence and uptodateness Fall Derby I ISirDrop in and let talk it 8The birthplace of Charles Dickens at Portsmouth England was sold at auc lion for fo625 and bought in by the Mayor of the city Geo W Garwood a wealthy coal dealer of Pittsburi Pa65 years old shot and killed Hilda Vogel1aged 23 and then killed himself One person was burned to death and five injured in a fire which destroyed a private sanitarium at Kansas City Mo Master taissiossrs 1c- tELfladenC Pills On OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtne of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1903 In the above vIe cause the undersigned on Thursday Oct 22 03 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises in Madison coun ty to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property rix A Tract of Land on the waters of Tates Creek in Madison- county Ky and on Bethel Branch contain t01J acre and adjoining Win Hadeu Howard tc TERMSSale will be mAde on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the lurchase money 10 have the force and effect cf a Heplevln Bond bearing from day of a lienrrervedupOfl8aid property unlhall the purchase money h S E BCOTT M C M C C We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek from the new mines that are be ing operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the Ct 1ssand solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Coil Yard and Warehotia pi42 L k INV Qex RicNrlICT Early Fal Overcoat I 7Is an Ounce of Prevention t disregardthe earlYmornman to an early grave i Ask Any Physician If This Is Not True The Primlico Top Coati- s shown in the illustration It is a garment thatpossesses distinctive individuality and quiet elegance It gives an to the man who wears it TASTEItand the materials that enter into its construction are above reproach It is essentially a quality pro Wehaye10r weUknownSCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers fromusbetternntIand be convinced Get a Hawes HatThey only cost S3 They are guaranteed to be better than any Sli hat uptopatenoveltiesofclass Our Dress Goodsare the talk ot the city We have more dross goods to show you to Ourdressour styles and prices inourdinners and eat them here All accommodations will be furnished your free I us overjg3 t S ldltam ompatiL was will lUll Mm Coal say t t Big mil Coal CitORLANDO KY i Shippers of C Anile Coal +++j1Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary J+ grate without any attention t J+ ++++++ MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINS F r further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of 01 sIt A 4t o t Dry Goods We carry complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best qualityof Mat tings Give us a call andweWill4gr e you satisfaction S White CjiJJficOJJ1J1 Corn r Main and Second L- 1i1MQNDrt KENTIJYc rt r 2= r = = s II cr ti rr l US e mnmt e 8 S SS II t tS t t t t i E 5 E School SSSSSSS SSe s SS S Shoes SSI S t J ISS SSS SSThe Schools have open Your boy or girl will- S S hSba neetv ta caw t ew Good Strong Shoes That will Stand Wear eWeave the largest assortment of the best I School Shoes to be found in the city Bring your 105 SS 0children here and have them fitted Our prices 55 SSISare0S very reasonablet 2ScSI 5 I = Call in and see our Line of Ladies and lens Fine Shoes SI S S i 11 CRUTCIIER TRIBBLE 11 i 5u5 s SS SS S I S l S S S s s i s ii so 0 0 Ou SS tSSSSS5SSSSSSSISSSSSS SSSSS SSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSOS SSSSS 5 I he Richmond Climax O CHENAULT President A5D VIILLEB Editor Manager WEDNESDAY OCT 21 1903 POBLISUrU EVERY WEDNESDAY BY ThQ Climax Printing Co Incorporat- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON Of CIrk County FOR COMMON YEALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER Ot Jessamine Couuty FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE TilE CLIMAX is indebted to a close student 01 public affairs a reader of the works of Roosevelt the Author for the following observation that should put every citizen in America to thinking what manner of man is he who poses ana purist and statesman but in the time of trial and temptation not always practices what he preaches Theodore Roosevelt the author and Theodore Roosevelt the President are two widely different men The follow lug extract from his Life of Thomas H Benton is a personal indictment of himself and of Governor Durbin of In diana both of whom stand guilty ol harboring a criminal charged with the highest crime against society assassi nation Taylor the fugitive from jus tice and all his coadjutors Roosevelt Durbin et al should read this extract naiRoosevelt8 Life of Benton at top of page 276 and answer why the sauce for the goose should not be sauce for the gander Nothing is clearer tban that nations ought to combine to prevent criminals from escaping punishment merely by fleeing over an imaginary line the crime is against all society and society should nnite to punish It Especially is there the need of the most stringent extradition laws between countries whose people have the same speech and legal system LET every Democrat appoint him self a committee of one to see that other Democrat votes at the coming election on November 3 CI F1BroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY Our New Fall Line of CarpetsRugs Oil Cloths and Mattings Far surpasses any of our former efforts Every pattern is of the most re cent creation in the new rich and tasteful color effects Make your se lection now while our stock is at its be- stC1F1BroerCo1 I MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON irY lIItIb Jt J itI VOTED FOR A NEGRO Belknap Preferred a Black Man For Registrar of Land Office to a White Democrat and exConfederate Soldier Morganfield Bun October 13j United States Senator James B Mo Creary made a splendid speech in be half of the Democratic party and its nominees in the Court House in this city luesday afternoon Senator Mc Creary and Hon N B Hayes Democratic nominee for Attorney General arrived bern Tuesday morning on the southbound I C train and quite a number of our citizens called on them at the hotel before the speaking began Both of these gentlemen had been bill ed to speak iu this city and in Union town but as Mr Hayes was suffering with his throat it was decided that Senator McCreary should speak here in the afternoon anti Mr Hayes In Un iontown at night While the audience that greeted Senator McCreary was not as large as it should have been it made up in enthu siasm what it lacked in numbers The Senator was in good form and made a most effective argument and eloquent appeal He called the attention of the Democrats to the importance of the election in November Besides the State ticket Circuit Judges Common wealths Attorneys and Represenativea are to be elected It is a question de Glared the speaker of whether we shall have Democratic or Republican rule This is the first great campaignof the Twentieth Century said the Senator and we must see to it that there is no more bayonet rule nor rule by assassi nation Under Democratic administration of affairs he continued Kentucky has prospered Today fourfifths of he white voters of the State are Democrats fourfifths of the wealth of the State is owned by the Democrats fourfifths of the land of the State is owned by Democrats four fifths of the employers of labor are Democrats and fourfifths of the taxes are paid by Democrats It is proper for Democrats to rule the State and they are going to soI a Confederate soldier said Sen ator McCreary and I am proud of it I was at the Confederate meeting in Lexington several days ago and my heart was made sad General Buckner was there introducing his soninlaw Morris B Belknap and asking the people to vote for him I learned something the other day which I am going to tell Several years ago a man named Cecil a Democrat and an exConfederate was running for Registrar of the Land Office His opponent Ashury was a negro and Morris B Bellrnap the Re publican candidate for Governor walk ed up and voted for the negro rather than the white man and exConfederate soldier Knowing this I do not set how any Democrat or any Confederate soldier can vote for Belknap He then dwelt upon the reign of terror at Frank fort during Taylors administration Probably a half hour of the speech was devoted to national issues Senator McCreary was the guest of exCongress man Allen while in the city WE have no more doubt of the election of Governor Beck ham and the ad mirable ticket he heads than we have of the existence of a Supreme Being and that seems the belief of all who are cognizant of the situation This confidence which seems to be possessed by all Democrats may however work injury to the party Men will feel that there is no special reason for ex ertlon and will not make that effort that they should Over confidence has lost many a battle Dont lets let the enemy catch us napping but sleep with one eye open and never say quit till the last day iu ihe afternoon Organize and see that every Democrat does his duty and the majority will be so great that there will never again exist any doubt as to Ken tucky Lexington Democrat Catarrh Cannol Be Cored with LocaKApplications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dl sease and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and UIUCOUH surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun presrlptionpurifiers acting directly on too mu cous surfaces The perfect combina prorlucesCatarrh Send for testimonials free FL CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c hails Pills are the bEt lie t 1 1Ii1oj PERStDNAL returnedfromMrs Louis J Fraree of Lexington was here last weekqinKansasMr G G Prewitt has been in Clark county for several daystDr G W Evans was in Lexington and Louisville last week Mr Bert Powell of Irvine was in our city Monday and Tuesday homefromcriticallyillMiss Mary Traynor of Danville is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Kate Turpiii has been in Pine ville as the guest of Mrs T R Ware Mrs Robert H Humphries is at home from a visit to relatives In Boyle county Miss Mary Evans has gone to Den ver Colorado for a visit to relativestMiss Mollie Fife iu at home from a delightful visit to friends in Lexington Mrs John W Tarley has returned from a visit to her parents in Winchester Mrs Samuel Bennett has been in Lexington visiting Mrs Kin keadiDr Landman the Oculist will he at the Glyndun Hotel Wednesday Octo ber 20 Miss Minnie Wagers spent last week in Lexington with her sister Mrs Mat- S Cohen Mr and Mrs Ballard H Luxon and LexingtonlI8tMiss Margaret Clayton of Beatty ville is yisitlng Mrs Allene Boggs on Third street daughterMaryMilleraburg Mrs Dudley Tribble is at home from a visit to Mrs Charles Stoll and family in Lexington Mrs William D Oldham has returnS ed to Lexington aftor a short visit to relatives here Mr and Mrs W W Pigg have returned from a visit to Lexington and Georgetown FrasaofGarrartlcountyis and Chas Frasa Mrs Emma Kauffman has returned MraJMr Wm Arbucklo and bride nee Miss Minnie Dunn are at home Iron their bridal tour Mrs Harry Scrivner is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Simeon Hamilton in Estill county Hon R W Miller was In Danville Monday where he addressed the Dem ocrats ot Boyle county familyhavewhere they visited relatives Mr and Mrs W E Luxon Jr and little daughter are at home from an ex tended trip through Indiana Mr J L Henry of Orlando Tenn was a guest last week ol his brother Capt Chas Henry in this city Dr L R Henry has returned to Un- Ion City after a visit to relatives in ML Sterling and North Middletown homefrommother Mrs Leauder Davidson OSaufleat his old stand with Mr E C Wines Miss Nettle Scrivner of Winchester spent Sunday with her sisters Misses Alma and Sue Scrivner on Second streetMrs J R Williams and little son of Falmouth have been the guests of Mr and Mrs R A Woolums for sev eral days Mr Tandy Chenault of Shelbyville came over last Saturday to remain un seeddingofRlchmoadMrs James Lucas DeLong for a visit of several days Lex Democrat Mrs I M Scrivner has gone to Co1 orado whither die was called by the MamieScrivnerMrs S Neville Moberley is at home from an extended vicit to Versailles and Lexington She has as her guest Miss Belle Graves of Versailles rafolletteTenn MesdamesJMr Shelby tt who has been seriously ill for several weeks left Monday for French Lick Springs Mr Jett was accompanied by Messrs T J Cur tis and Joe Simmons Misses Mary and Eliza P Kinkead Miss Duncan and Miss Woods of Lex ington passed through this citv last Saturday enroute to Beat yville where they will spend about a month ofWinchester fijitheDr I B Oidira teIaie TWnI4enr f f r = The New L CX CX R Grand Opera House JUETT BAXTER Managers TWO JOHNS Thursday Night The following gentlemen went to Louisville Monday to attend the annual meeting of Royal Arch Masons R R BosleyRMrs Z T Rice ot Richmond is the guest of her parents Mr sail Mrs Leander Davidson Mrs J William Gregory has been visiting relatives in Richmond Dr Chris Farris has returned from a short visit to relatives in Richmond Central Record Misses Sue and Fannie Tate who for the past three weeks have beensvisiting Mrs F P Smith on Maui street leave this evening for their home near Richmond Kv While here they made several excursions out Theyhavecape scenes but they expressed a fondness for the hills and valleys covered with flowers end blue grass The modern homes of Illinois they say are beautiful the Southern colonial homeHoopestonIll The date of the mgrriage of Mf W Reed Embry and Miss Susan Rodes has been set for November 11 and will occur at her beautiful country home on the Pleasant Hill pike on that date at high noon It will be a pretty home wedding and will be looked forward to as one of the social events of the season countyshandsomest ladies and the groom Mr W Reed Embry of this city is one of the Editors of the Danville News and one of the most popular young men in this s ectionAdvocateOn renous illness of Airs David Chenault the wedding of Miss Erie Chenault and Mr Edwin this afternoon will be very uiet The attendants will be Mr CarolynReedafter the ceremony Mr and Mrs Gal will leave for a short wedding rip and will bo at home after Novem her 1st in Jacksonville III where the groom is a rising young business man Tile very best wishes of her friends arid they are legion will follow the happy bride to her new home The following notice taken from the Shelby Sentinel will interest friends have of the bride Society was con siderably surprised by the announce ment of the marriage last Thursday night at the home of the bride here of Mr Harry Allen Dennis and Miss tmarriageheThe bride is the beautitul and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs A R Lo gan and a young lady who has endear ed herself to a host of friends by her qualitiesman for a Louisville house and num bers quite a large circle of friends here who will congratulate him on winning such a widsome bride The couple will make their hornEt at Wayne W Va where the groom has headquarters Quite a surprise was created in these circle here by the announcement n the city papers of the engagement of Dr Harry M Blanton of this place ChflesburgFacelebrated in the early winter the date not being definitely fixed Dr Blan ton is a son of Dr L II Blanton former chancellor of Old Central University when in this city and is a brother to Messrs L R and Edgar Blanton of youngdentistas a social favorite He is a young man of sterling worth and numbers his friends by his acquaintances His bridetobe is a beautiful young lady the daughter of Mr and Mrs W n Watts ot Chilesburg She has often visited here being a niece of Mr T D Chenault Sr She has been a belle in Lexington society since her debut and is extremely popular wherever known Dr Blantons many friends here are showering cengratulations on him in advance The CLIMAX extends Its very best wishes for the future wel fare and utter happiness of the union MATRIMONIAL The engagement of Miss Bessie Red man of Paris to Mr A C Glenn of Chattanooga Tenn has been announc ed the marriage to take place in November Mire Redman has numer ous friends here where she has often been the attractive guest of Mrs C F ChenaultGILBERvARMSTRONGMr Wallace Gilbert and Miss Bessie Armstrong eloped to Cincinnati last week where they were united in the holy bonds of matrimony The bride is a most at tractive young lady and is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Armstrong of the Kingston locality groom is a prosperous young farmer and a son of Mr and Mrs Perry Gilbert of Speed well Their many friends and the CLIMAX wish them much happiness BLACKBALES Mr Thomas J Black and Miss Lizzie Lee Bales were marri thehomeston The bride is a handsome and harming young woman arid is a daughter of Mr and Mrs White Bales Mr Black is one of our countys most prosperous farmers and is like his bride extremely popular with a large circlt of friends Thev left after the core tuponheirBlacks farm near Kingston The CLI conlratnlationiARBUCKLEDDNN Last Wednesday morniug the home of Mr and Mrs T Curtis near Silver Creek was the of a pretty wedding when Mr William Arbuckle Jr and Miss Min nie Dunn wer united in marriage the ceremony being said by the Rev Ratch ford of the Presbyterian church at Kirksville Both young people are very prominent socially The bride is a most attractive young lady and is possessed with a disposition that nat urally draws friends to her She is a longlinebuckle is a splendid type of young man hood upright moral and one whom any girl might be proud to call husband He is a brother ro Mr James Arbuckle our well known hardware merchant The happy couple left immediately tripfollowedmense circle of friends and relatives MAHTIXLETTON The marriage of Dr Frank S Martin of Muncie Ind and Miss Pattie G Letton of this city was solemnized at the residence of the brides sister Mrs R A Woolums on the Summitt yesterday afternoon performingful and impressive manner The mar ringe was a very quiot one on account of the recent bereavement in the brides family only the sisters brothers and lrool11IhrotherMuncie being present Miss Letton is an acknowledged beauty possessing traits of impart and character that far surpass her personal charms while Dr Martin is a young man of sol mliil morale possessing sterling business qualities and ranks high in his profes sion Dr and Mrs Martin left Imme diaely after the ceremony fm their home in Muncie taking with them the beAt wishes of a boat of friends being by1IiRRFrasa Ir1Oscaron Monday October 19 an eight pound girl DEATHS BELLCapt W E Bell died last Friday at his home in Lawreucebnrg alter an illness of several months his death being due to consumption and other complications Deceased was G7 years old and was a bray and gallant officer in the Confederate army being KyInlantryten years prior to his death be was in the government employ and served under Collectors Rhodes and Yerfces During the formers term before the revenue offices were removed to Dan vllle Capt Bell was stationed in this city and numbered his friends by his acquaintances He is survived by a wife an seven children News ot his death will be learned with deep regret by his old friends liens He was prom- Inent in Masonic circles and was buried by that order in the Lawreuceburg cemetery QMATTUEWS In the death of Miss Mary Matthews which occurred on last Thursday our community has lotone of its noblest women Miss Mary as she was familiarly known had been seriously ill for a number of days and her death was not unexpected She was about seventyone years of age and all lien life had been given to char itable deeds and good works She was a devoted member of the First Presby terian church iu which she was an ex tremely zealous worker Miss Matthews was the beloved aunt of Mr G G Com zelius the proprietor of the Glyndon Hotel and since her removal to our city had won the esteem and affection of all with whom she came in contact She lived up to the Lightest standard of Christian womanhood an example that all would do well to follow Her death came to her as peacelully as does sleep to a tired baby For her it had no fears She lived well her life at all times serving and praising her Lord and Master Her tuneral services were conducted Friday afternoon at the real dence of Mr Corzelins at 3 oclock bv Rev W H Dodge of time Presbyterian church assisted bv Rev Aucuftns Smith Rentor of Christ church Mr Corzeliua has the tenderest sympathy of all in his bereavement and ii e mourns not alone for every heart that knew Miss Mary loved her and her death has left an aching void that will be hard to OH For Sale One 34 yearold saddle and unmet mare Will take corn and hay 7 tf G W GATES J L Watson 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky Newest in Colored Dress Fabrics pricesIfBlack Dress Goods SZiberhinesequalled for finish and durability All the latest things in rough effects A Complete Showing of New Fall Silks representing the choicest products of the best makers st The Best Dress Maker in Kentucky Artistic Millinery New FaIl Walking Suits and Skirts tchmixturesExclusive Vesting Waists that are extremely stylish and unlike any you have ever seen Special Sale of T Band P D Corsets SOc 75candlCO Peitz Celebrated Corsets 100 0 Highclass Ladies Tailoring Special atten tion given to Coat Suits House and Evening Gowns Great Safe of Lace Curtains 200WideJ L Wa son If J 1820 N Upper Lexington Ky LCSt1Gentlemans ring with set and urn brella with S K M on the handle Finder return to this office and re ceiye reward 23sp3t Scull Farm For SaleII wish to sell privately my farm 4 miles north ofFoxtown containing 787 acres Well improved and watered For further information call on or ad dress WM MUNDAY 23s1m White Hall Ky Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can betsecured bv leaving word at the Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D CHKKADLT Telephone 89 ring 4 mbl8 tf Terrill ivy Estray A white and black spotted hop weighing about 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has since been cared for by me Owner can have saute by payirg charges A H LALOR 234t Orange St Richmond Ky Dont forget to see that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry fc Thomas Ciioei S ale M G Lamb Put against O H Todds Heirs Dffs NOTICE OP SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof loin in the above teptemherTodda heirs the undersigned will on Monday Nov 2t03 Between the bourn of oclock a m and 12 oclock Court House door in Rich moud MaJIson county Ky oelng November county court day proceed expose to Public Sale to the highest mind best didder the tot lowing described property viz A Certain Lot situated in the Dillingham Addition in the city of Richmond Ky and being Lot No 21 in Block No 3 in the Richmond Investment Cos addition to tho city of Richmond Ky and described as follows Lying on the east sid of Homer street and bounded by the lands of Joe Shackelford and Wm Parks Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 1525 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Bale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the pAyment or the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal Interest from day of sate with lien reserved upon said property until eli the purchase money is paidS E BCOTT M C M C C FARMSFOR We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoining counties These farms range in acreage from 50 to400 Acresa- nd in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom lands We have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and tve would be glad to show them to those who ere inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention Csatral Iy Eeal Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pros Genl Mgr IGsepSm Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT ELHadenc FliTs On Petition All persons having claims against the estate of Leroy Haden am hereby notified lo file time same legally verified with time undersigned on or before the 7th day of December 1003 or same will be barred S E SCOTT M C M C C 30sep6t OLD JOEWHISKY Band 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 best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 u bottles 5 5u a IIjUJs 250 5 bottles 3 2 jugs S210 u Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county K- yPuhlIcSale Having determined to quit farming 1 will on Wednesday October 28th 1903 at 10 oclock A M Unguclyplacetheto1lowlng60 Extra Nice Feeders 40 II Yearlings 2 Milk Cows 1 Yearling Heifer 20 Hogs 0 Sows and Pj 1 Pair Workllnles Combined HorBe 6 years old 2 Brood Mare- siWeatilingCult 2 Yearling Colts 2 Yearling Jacks 1 Weanling Jack Colt 4 Jennets 88 Select Ewes and 12 nice Bucks of the famous CMCluy s flucti All of my Funning Implements consisting of WngonsPlowso AT THE PLACEIRENT MY TWO FARMS 270Acres435 Acres On the Huguely place 50 acres to cutiyRteaud on the Karr tenth 00 acres to cultivate TZHMS saleMRS AgtCZMAULTAuct 2ttt-c i For Ten Days Only For Ten Days we will sell the following goods at the prices a quoted belowfw 8 l3c laws at 5c fJf lOc Lawns at 9c 15c Lawns at 12ie flI8c Lawns 15c I 75c Gowns for 69c 99c 89c 10 4 U J I at 4 and at top of dust at 99c of foot J99 c c J J2 inch 12 at J99 0 c e in our of i J Th t a I Sevea Million boxes sold in 1 2 months Stock of 00000 Rolls All the and Some as low as 3o per roll All colors and sizes from lOc on up in We are local distributors for Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Putty Etc Get our prices before buy ing A large stock just for the fall trade and prices to In terest stock all the latest and the prices will you 209 W ST Next door to Natl Bank Ladies 25c Corset Covers for lOc 39cI 29c 49c 39cJ75ch75c Skirts for 69c 99c89c Ladies Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats inch flounce trimmed bottom with inch ruffle ruching flounce separate ruffle each Ladies Black and White Striped Mercerized Sateen Petticoats 3io inch accordion plaited flounce trimmed with bands black ruffle Ladies Fine Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats High luster flounce trimmed with narrow ruffles each Call during cut rate sale ten days andpurchase some bargains Respectfully Yours iLbC tToCure Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets post TillS Signature Wall Paper latest designs novelties Window Shades pr- icePaiqts Pattons Varnishes Brushes elsew- hereWindow Glass received y- ouPictures and FramesO- ur embraces novelties astonish Geo M1 Willging MAIN Madison Strafed or Stolen From Chenault mining camp on Brush Creek Thursday night a black mare mule about 15 hands high with brand on left jaw and harness maik on hip A liberal reward will be paid for return of same Big Hill Coal Co oct42t Orlando Ky Style 6 In apart 4 J in Cures CripI on every box 25c Money to Loan I can get you money at 5 per cent in terest oil long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W R LKTCHER TR- apr 15 Cmu Richmond Ky D B SHACKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE IReptar StyleStaysi2lgi galvanizedAmply itDoesand pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitThe price will advance in 60 days D1B1Shacitellord Co 2 Urea Values in jFall Merchandise Lo oNw Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our afstore immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and better selected stocks thefall1 that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city A11t WHITE GOODS4r6t CottonVestings 6 PiquesandOur Fall Millinery iiistylesbeaver and fur trimmed anduntrimmed See them Prices right i HOSIERY fj lislethreadandland in the market We do not handle InferIOr grades at IS 011nClothing and Shoe Department Dont fail tinspect this department they are brimf Ilof1rrlains We g therJghtat all prices Come and see them AOur basement is full of Carpets and OtlCIothattherghtpncezsG1f IIIr Respectfully Submitted othe4lfaSh Trade J nuT h69c EV EIderjo iU Ii Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing j and Rubber Tiringj jr J done by the best mechanics f We guarantee satisfaction Give usa call hC eaTTa t3oiA RIGHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 21 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 Higcins Examiner Ste nographer and Typewriter Business solicited Telephone 354 71m Mrs Rosa Jarman and daughter have moved into the house they re cently purchased from Mr Edgar Turley We wish our readers to pay special attention to the advertisement of Mr J L Watson of Lexington which appears in this issue Mr L C Broaddue purchased last week from Mr Perry Gilbert eighty acres of land adjoining the Broaddus home on Muddy Creek Messrs Potts Duerson bought last week 1GC acres of land known as the Shackelford farm near Whites Station Price not stated Mr Edgar Turley and family have moved to their handsome home on the Campus Mr and Mrs Charles F Higgins have taken rooms with them Drilling in the Dudley Oil and Gas well on Crooked Creek will be resumed this week Operations have been suspended for some time on account of dry weather Mrs Lee Maupin has purchased from Mr W G Powell a lot on the cor ner of Fourth street and Glyndou ave flue and will begin the erection of a handsome twostory residence at once Philip D Armour of Chicago ie planning to establish chairs for the Lorenz school of treatment in the hos pitals of thelarge cities of the country including Louisville Diphthnria in a most malignant form is going the rounds in Jessamine county There have been ten cases in the past two months with three deaths Every caution is being taken and it is hoped that the disease will soon be stampedout The coming of J C Stewarts merry musical farce The Two Johns to the I O O F Grand Opera House next Thursday October 22 has perhaps awakened more interest than any show of its kind within present recollection The same company that has visited the larger cities will be seen here and the management promises to bea firstclass performance in every respect A Rreaj many have seen this comedy and will want to see it again and those that havent Been it shouldnt miss it It has always been clean witty farce andwith the new jokes songs and dan ces that are aid to have been interpolated it should make a delightful en tertainment Judging from the ad- Vance sale and general remarks a crowded house will be on hand to wel come The Two Johus which is un questionably one of the best farces ever written e 3 t rO Mr Robert Gillen his been re elected Keeper of the Pour House by the Magistrates of the county The ladies of the Christianchurch will give a Court Day dmner Monday November 2 at Elders old stand on Main stieet DrJohn L Weber Pnsident Kentucky Wesleyan College Winchester will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday Ear 6ale Medium size rolltop office desk revolving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES Rally Wednesday night there will be a big Democratic rally at Kirksville There will be music and speeches made by Mr Jesse Cobb and Hon B W Miller Fine Record Walter T1 by Haxhall dam by Vati can the property of Mr Jaj B White of this county won the race in the 218 pacing class at Birmingham Ala last week He also won three nces in Ohio the week before Supplemental Registration Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Oct26 27 and 28 will be supplemental registration days and all voters who were either ill or out of town on the day set for registration can qualify on these days Let all delinquent regis trators remember this How Old Is Ann Here is a problem which is agitating people all over the east especially in New England Mary is 24 years old Mary is twice as old as Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is now How old is Ann Even society people in New York are wrinkling their fore heads and wearing out pencils in the endeavor to find the correct answer Magazines For Sale A friend has left with us for sale the following magazines Two volumes Harpers Monthly three volumes Century one volume St Nicholas and one volume Review of Reviews They are all in good condition nicely cloth bound and can be had for less than cost of binding alone Call at CLIMAX office fur inspection New teal Yard Our city is blessed with coal yards- A new one has recently been opened up by Mr William Broaddus who for some time past has been in the employ of Mr C F Higgins Mr Bro ddus will conduct a coal and feed depart went at the old C T Wells coal yard in the East End Mr Broaddus though young in years is thoroughly business and a most worthy young mun and we predict for him success lodge Benton Promoted L M King who recently moved from this city to Shelbyvjlle was Exalted Ruler of Winchester Lodge No 539 B P O Elks He resigned his office and at the meeting of the Lodge Wednesday night an election was held to fill the vacancy Judge J M Benton was promoted from Esteemed Leading Knight to Exalted Ruler and Col T G Stuart was chosen Esteemed Leading Knight to succeed Judge Benton Winchester Democrat Senator McCrearr on the Slump Senator McCreary spent the entire week before last stumping Western Kentucky Monday he spoke at Cov Ington and Independence Next Mon day neaccompanies Governor Beckham in a tour of the entire State on a special train They will speak at forty points during the five days beginning Mon day As a rule only fifteen minutes will be given each stop but the party will stop one hour at Richmond on Thursday October 29 The Lades to Have a Current Ewrts Cub Here On Monday Octoler 26 Mrs A Wilkes Smith will open a claws in Cur rent Events and Modern Literature The class will meet from now until the last of January once a woek Mrs Smith is a lady of unusual culture bright intellect and fine litetary taste and is peculiarly fitted for this kind of work This is a fine opportunity for our ladles who are interested in keeping posted and improving themselves The first lesson will be given at Mrs Smiths residence on Monday next r tr Deatherage Co t Seeds Seeds SEEDS J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but thats If I have all kinds of seeds to sells I am no old hay Jseed either but I have tJHA V to sell by the balor car loads I also handle oats T JthingA ablets Remember to not tpeep I S C 1 lEtOeatherage COl o Q l THE NEWEST 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 1 and a great collection of High Top Shoes best made for rain mud and snow at 1 50 to 4 and a big stock of RubberBOOTS selected with great care for hard service and sold at extremely close prices for such quality Our special Calf Boot double back and front is neat looking extra dura ble and warm and a good water turner See it Prices J 95 to 4- Bootees and Lace Boots A very complete assortment of values entirely worthy oi your money3 50 to 5 00 everykind Papa Y0110at 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 Range and stop all that muss waste expense worry and dis comfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins only when you light the match to begin cooking stops the minute you are through Richmond Water Light Co day Sale TomorrowIThe probation General Cagsius M by the Madison County Court last Monday upon the grounds of his in competency to make a will owing to old age The controversy over the wills in no way effect the title to White Hall as General Clay only owned a life estate in that property While Hall will be sold by the heirs without fail as advertised on October 22 Will Soon Be Here Did you know that only a few more weeks will bring around hog killing time Those persons who propose put ting up their own meat will do well to consult us about such work We have had vast experience in this line of the butchers business and are prepared in every way to kill your meat render the laid and make your sausage in fact put the meat in your smoke housu Balls faction guaranteed Call on or address the undersigned before making ar rangements DODHLAS CtLTON The Main Street Butchers oc216t Tel 125 Richmond Ky Let All Guess What This Means Our good friend Sam Phelps Jr of Foxtown has sent us this touching little obituary When he first read it he shed a tub full of tears Tenderly she laid the silent white form beside those that bad gone before She made no outcry she did not weep Such a moment was too precious to be spent in idle tears But soon there came a time when it seemed as if na ture must give way She lilted her voice and cried loud and long Her cry was taken up by qthers who were near and it echoed and reechoed over the grounds Then suddenly all was still What was the use of it all She would lay another egg tomorrow Badly Injured Friends here of Miss Bessie McGinn were very much grieved when the news reached here last week of the se rious injury that had befallen her in Versailles Miss McGinn and Misi Lida N ckols were driving In the Nuck ola carriage when the horse became frightened and overturned the carri age throwing both of the young lading into the street Miss Nuckols escaped with only a bruised shoulder but Miss McGinn was very painfully hurt She struck on her luck antI was rendered unconscious for quite a while Her physicians are not able as yet to tell the fall extent of tier inlury Miss Bseeie has often visited her sisters Mesdamea John R Pates and G E Lilly in this city and has many friends here who will wait anxiously for news ol her speedy recovery fer fet Two utee office rooms on Main street Apply to Dooxlri Calton Slaptf CedBan Club The Cecilian Club held its first meet lug for the winter in the parlors of the Elks Hall on last Wednesday afternoon The members all seemed very much pleased to resume the Club work and the outlook for the winters study is most encouraging Although a num ber of the members were absent there were enough present to make the meeting very pleasant and a most delightful miscellaneous program was ren dered The next meeting will be held on the twentyeighth with the Presi dent Mrs W S Oldham Miss Breck la Love With Oregon Miss Bettie Itreck daughter of Judge and Mrs Charles H Breck of this city writes to a friend here that she is de lighted with her new home in far away Baker City Oregon which is also the home of her brothers Messrs Charles H and Percy Breck well known and beloved by a wide circle of friends in this their old home Mise Breck says- I am very much in love with any work and enjoy it very much It is al ways very amusing to me to be called a Schoolmarm and to get notes from the parents beginning School Mrs Baker City is a nice town with about 10000 inhabitants ned growing all the time The people are very cordial and my Saturdays are always spent in returning calls for every one has been so lovely to me and has made me feel at home I was entertained last Wednes day with a card party and last night a duck supper so you see the Kentuck fans are not the only hospitable people Coain To Richmond The Dallas News has the following to say of the Peyton Sisters Compniiy which has just closed a four weeks engagement in that city Not only was every seat taken in the Clyde Park theatre last night but all the benches that line the walks and drives were pressed into service and a throng of spectators was obliged to stand wherever foothold could be obtained that would give a view of the stage Miialia was presented by the Paytou Sisters and it proved to be one of the best received plays rendered by that company in Dallas A comedy of the farclal order it at the same time contains many dramatic situations that afforded the company a wide cope The McUreoveys also drew a large share of the applause by the presents tion of new specialties NicolE the magician with his silent partner DobskI mystified the audience with legerdemain The Pacfakoe presented a new urn of posturing and hat throw lag that was esthusiasticahly apptatded ae their workof the p wt At the Grand Opera Ho ee trek of J oyrnbr OUR DISPLAY OF Fall Winter Suits Overcoats is without doubt the finest ever shown in Richmond Such famous brands as Alfred Benjamin Co SteinBloch 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 choosingPrices57 8 JO 250 J 5 J 8 20 and Finer e Underwear and Shirts g We were never so well fixed on Underwear as now Great lines of ribbed and fleeced garments at 2540 50c and SI and the famous Glastonbury lines of fine soft nonshrinkable wools are just the thing to ward off colds and pneumonia 1 S1 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 FancyShirtsSOc 75c 100 and 150 j Gas For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 400 Will sell for 100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No 1 long ring or Bye 107 7 tf G W GATES The Phelps Sale The public sale 01 Mr M A Phelps last Saturday was well attenied and extra good prices were obtained Four teen big cattle brought 14 a head 14 2 yparold cattle brought 40 15 small cattle averaged 3850 mares brought from S80 to 1001 weanling mule colt 85 1 4yearold unbroken colt 120 geldings from 3 to 4 years old 90 to 125 85 ewes 420 per head milk cows and calves 520 to J35 1 2yearold jack SHO 1 2yearold jack 100 jennets from to 6 years old 10 to tO 18 shoats 3 21 small shoats 70 an 18 yearold stallion by Peavine 100 09 Thomas Cbenault conducted the sale First Visit Here in Thirty Ycar0a a Sad Miision Mr Lee Evans of Colorado Springs aged forty years son of the late Peter Evans oi this county was here this week with his mother Mrs Maggie Evans He left here in 1865 and re turns now to bring his brother Hon Lindell Evans to a Lexington Infirm ary where he is very ill of pneumonia The latter was stricken two months ago in Butte Montana where he was practicing law and his condition became so alarming that he was brought neur home for treatment Lindell Evans went to Montana about eight years ago and by his ability and popularity achieved what no other Democrat ever did In that rockribbed Republican stronghold viI Held an office Tie was elected as a Democrat to the office of County Attorney his majority at his first election being 300 He held the office twice Whan taken ill he had seven cases before the Supreme Court of Montana His legion of friends hero in Madison unite in the hope lor lila speedy recovery Names of Kenlncilans Whose Wealth is Estimated- to be 300000 or Over A contribution to financial literature is the Financial Red Book of America just issued It is a compact compen Hum of facts relating to people of afflu ence It purports to be a comprehen sive and reliable directory of men and women of the United States who are estimated to be worth 300000 or more It is of attractive print and handsomely bound The names represent an aggre gate of more than ten thousand mUl- lions of wealth numbering nearly fifteen thousand arranged alphabetic ally divided by States and subdivided by cities No specific estimates of wealth are presented Among Ken tucky towns the following people are credited with the possession of 300000 or more Lexington qnire Bassett Miss Clara D D Bell C J Bronston Mrs Scotia Chenoweth Joseph Clark state Rankin Clemmons Jacob H Graves James B Haggin L V Hark ness Mrs Jane Harting J D Hunt H L Lovell estate Jan E Pepper E D Sayre estate C H Stoll R P Stoll estate Milton G Thompson Avery S Winston Bath Waller Sharp CynthianaLouls Libers DanvilleJ C Oaldwell M i Far risFlemlngsburgV S Fant Frankfort Jas A Colt HP Mason Georgetown John B Graves MaysvilleW H C- oMtSterlingJH Jiigstaff F M Ewing estate Thomas Johnson Nat Young ParisC M City E F Clay J B Clay James E Clay R T Ford estate John T Hinton W W Masaie 7G White estate- RlohmondL YT Caperto0T D Cheiisalt B J Clcy I Shelby Irvine J Stone pig SWllJ J Afexaader es t tf otbouy DaY Fmpk B Harper Wincfa Bta N H erJl1vr Officers Elected On last Tuesday afternoon the rogu lar monthly meeting of the Infirmary Association was held It was also the time for election of officers for the en suing year which are as follows Mrs George Simmons President Mrs Eu eenia Hume First Vice President Mrs James Bennett Second Vice Pres ident Mrs Curtis F Burnam Third Vice President Mrs C D Miller Sec corresjpondinJturer was not filled but will be in a few days The board of lady directois is composed of ten members five of whom are appointed by the Infirmary Association and five by the different churches of the city Those named by the Association are Mesdames Eugenia Hume James Bennett Schafhausen James Smith and R L Gentry Mrs Edwin Powell was sent tram the Baptist church and Mrs Mamie Stockton was sent from the First Presbyterian Church Our Sentiments Id the following article clipped from the Lancaster Record our own thoughts are expressed even better than we could have done ourselves The good old summer time will soon be gone and jack frost will make the season for bugs and snakes to hunt win ter quarters and the grasshoppers legs Jet stiff and refuse to work Old Sol dont get up so early and his rays are tempered by the flnestand most brac ing of invigorating and healthbearing breezes Let us revel in this turn of the season imperceptible in its change but supremely joyous in what it brings to us The pale tints of the spring flowers have already changed to hard yellows and oranges and reds The gol den rod ib supreme along the highways and its banks of sunshine enlighten the course of the traveler For those who seek to know nature in her ripeness this is the time The hours of light are shortening each successive day Twilight comes earlier Make the most of natures day it is her lay of glory of promise of fruition Nothing finer could be asked or desired Some benighted persons there are who seem to be possessed with a desire to escape all summer and fall seasons and for that purpose hie themselves to the other places but for our part we revel in the glories of the lush summer time as it is experienced and enjoyed here in the bluegrass region of Kentucky Bcddum Here Next Thursday 29th As a grand finale to Gqy J C W Beckhains campaigning tour of the State he will in the last few days of the week preceding the election make a swing about the State on a special train speaking at forty places which he has been unable to reach through lack of time The Governors speeches and the great outburst enthusiasm have aroused the Democrats all over the State and so great has been the demand for his presence that the State Campaign Committee has determined to engage a special train on which he will make a flying trip beginning Tuesday October 27 and traveling all week making his fortieth and test speech of the trip at Lagrange Saturday afternoon The special train will carry a private car which Gov Beckham and the im mediate members of his party will oc cupy during the tour and from the back of which most of the speeches will be delivered The Campaign Committee will invite about eight prominent Dem ocrats to make the trip including United States Senators James B Mc Creary and J CS Blackburn The Speakers will alternate In introducing Gov and making short speeches to the crowds The Beckhuru special be a record breaker as the Schedule calls for the covering of a viet amount of territory In a comparatively short titus An average of eight speeches a day will be made TBK ITINERARY Ar Lvej 1285 Stanford 1245 105 Lancaster 135 225 MQHKW 325 410 Winchester 4lli- CAO Ra lred 515 f 8HUek 5M- 550 Mowhead 61 7i15 xjIrntbirg JIu II Fun will certainly reign supreme when J C Stewarts funny musical farce The Two Johns appear at the I O 0 F Grand Opera House Thura day October 22 This comedy has for the last ten years been presented continually in England and Europe hav lug been one of the most successful farces ever sent over by an American author It returns to us this season polished uptodate hyperdermically treated with new jokes and songs Judging from the cast the comedy should be fast and furioas and our ad vice is to stay at home if you dont care to laugh The company includes the following laugh provoker Edward Begley Bert Cannon Harry J Kooper Chas A Boyd Herman Steinman Roger and Belle Dolan Edna Burnett Frankie rrumbo Clara Keller Irene Carlisle and the famous Garden City Quartette General Clays Memoirs Nay be Completed Some Time in the Future How One of Hb Wills Was Written The Life Memoirs Writings and Speeches of Cassius Marcellus ClayIn Two VolumesVol 1 The above Is the inscription upon the first and only finished volume of Gen eral Clays Life copies or which are in many Madison county homes ithaving appeared In 1855 The second volume was never Issued and may never be unless the General left the manu scripts In tact at his death From the following letter recently found by Mr Clarence E Woods of this city it appears that a grandson of General Clay has the data for the nenond volume of the latters Memoirs J ALL THATS NEW IN Hatsand eaps r Every man in Madison county should look through our big stock before he buys his winter Hat Here are i styles and shapes to suit every face and figure with the best quality possible for the price A very large 11 assortment to select fro- mLOO to 500And when youre ready for your winter Cap itshere in any style you wish i 25c SOc 75c and 1 00 t Beautiful assortment for boys at 25c and 50c 1i AND THE LARGEST STOCK OF Gloves Ties eoJarsrSuspenders Socks everything to clothe man or boy from head to foot COVINGTON AND BANKSWHITE HALL KY Nov 16 1897 CE Woods Dear Friend Prof Clay Herrick has the data for 2d volume of my Life He has gone to the Western Reserve Academyso I recall the manuscripts etc and propose to have the work done here How would you like to make a partnership and write it your self having it published by some eastern house I should want it done in best style and it would take a long time We might remodel the 1st volume and make a more convenient book in one to three volnmes using in part the old plates Come and see me at once if you favor the idea and let us talk it over Your friend C M CLAY Owing to his numerous other duties Mr Woods was compelled to decline the honor sought to be conferred upon him by General Clay and says he does not know whether the data referred to was ever returned to the General Sometime after this Mr Woods went to White Hall and wrote General Clays will at the latters dictation and was presented with a number of Vol 1 of General Clays Memoirs Mr Woods tells of an amusing incident or so connected with the writing of this will At the very outset the General dictated I Cassius MarceUus Clay but was interrupted with the query should it not be Cassius Mar cellus Senior Not roared the old LionNol There is but one C M Clayall the rest came alter me I alone have the name without an affix And it is needless to add that it was written accordingly in profound n silence At another point in the will the General diverted to other matters 1landin no court house in the land Its ti tie was from God to Clay The original manuscript in General Clays own handwriting was used by him to guide him in dictating his will to Mr Woods At several points he asked the latter to express his meauinS1 in more concise language Mr Woods made several attemps to please the Gen eral but in vain Finally despairing he suggested that Judge Chenault try his hand He too failed to suit the Generals idea ol faultless expression when the latter imperiously dismissed them Do you see that tree Takeqyour seats out there and wait until I call you Meekly Judge Chenault and f1General 1hisstudy He wuastudyinghow to formulate i his wishes in language unexceptionable lor its purity and power In half an hour his shaggy head appeared his white hair pushed up off his lore head by an old fashioned womans circular comb which gave his face a Conine look Come in men 88id he and thev camel Be quiet dont speak he began Woods write I and the latter noiselessly began where he had left off a half hour before and soon time task was finishedbut too soon for the Richmond who had been tljere since 10 a m nonoJit was then nearly midnight and miles from home I APPEARAES GO A GREAT WAY 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 ofthe most elegant woolens in Suitings Overcoatings and Trousering that can be found in eastern markets We have the exclusive right to represent B Stern Sonsot New York who can make Clothing to fit NOT READY MADE but made to measure Leave your Measure with us I RICE AND ARNOLD I l ti j I I rJ 4 i t r I PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS RrN MILLERA1OaNTATLW RICHMOND KBVTOCKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to krmera National Bank Ieb3ly JA SULLJVA ATTURN1YArLAW- RICHMOND KENTUOKY Office over State Bank Trust Co o poBite Conrt House on Main Street JO 0 MOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RIOICMONP riKNTUCKY Office on Second street over Ohen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RirnMOXD KBNTOCK- YtSyOflice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry Jt Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURVEOKS RiciiMuND KENTUCKY Offinu tee Dr Hobson building SlInSlreet B JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Othte Stouffer Building Main ttreet freltttioiit al residence the CRN place on Illmidway- iMOND KKNTPCBIY W EVANS M D t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KNTUCKI E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians State Bank k Trust B g Literature furnished on Rin lication CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy OSNTAL SURGERY tNT ttttD5- NTIT t ODSO UP LOUISVIUB Ky- aiomoe next door to Government Building aichmSnd Ky Office hours to 121 to 4 novIJly V M Blanton z DENTIST 8VOCHee tu Bennett IJsildlng IJanly TBLBPHOSE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday October 21 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oa- tATTENTION l 0 V have nJved onr produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 25 janlv RIChMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup loiisie italic EM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Ver1l1te8LawrenceburglShell jnsni nd Ciucinoati I For Irvinem tMam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND from Louisville Lexington and jam Cincinnati 1ltrm From Irvine 335 pjn O M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRUchrnonc KJ Stops the Cough ana Worts oS the cora Laxative Broino Qtinlno TMets cure a cold in one dav No cure uo pay Pries 25 cents TO THOSE lwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 11010 ggggggggsasaggggSj Veare ploased tostntethat it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Hearcv 8 Hamilton O FInnel J W 1strs- I V Whitlock John atapp Burton Roberts J W Tenter J W Prewltt L A Weorren tO MoWharter Dlckner Earlj JT COy R chraond Waco Red House Valley VIexv Ruthton Paint Lick- vallaceton Berea Ktrksvllle Next to the Proper Test oines the proper glasses Vn can do ivhat is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to Oil the prescription Our tick of Optical Goods is so largr and Komplote that we can fill immediately nil demands for ulasss not of a ery nnusunl strmiKt For these it will inke a little longer time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Si Richmond Ky Armers old stand 30j1 ly L1 N1 Tim T a1a- Ar No I Cincinnati and Livings Lv 146 p m ton Hxvrees sonth bound 1446 p No 6 Clnnat and Livings 139prn ton Express northbound 155 pm No Cinnati and Livings 3t5 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnati and Llvlncs llOSpm ton Bz sonth bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville AccBi north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 7 p m ville Aecm south bound No Richmond and Rowland Aocm south bound 820 a m No 32 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bound Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of Rood grazing bluegrass land for rent npr 1tf Harvey Che- nnultSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Highclass Private School at Klrkavillo Ky In the old Elliott Institute buildings Ho will be supported by competent assistants The aim will be to rebuild the school into one of the best in this part of Kentucky This can be done with the liberal patronage of the people Ihe location of the school is beautiful the church facilities are tine and the community is one of the best in Kentucky Help us with your patronage to demonstrate what can be done with right kind of a school at Kirksville Address all in quiries to G P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherd = Kirk ville Ky L B1BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetslyr Phone 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 she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MADE BY ElHston Mill Company Fhoae J663 WACO KY tf Wool Carding in gjagga tf u L 1 1 i iii iI 7ithiPiwfqinkbamCure The Tvonderful power of Lydia E PinMiams Vegetable Compound over the diseases of womankind is not because it isa stimulant not because it is a palliative but simply because it is the most positivelyCURINGMarvelous cures are reported from all parts of the country by women who have been cured trained nurses who have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized the virtue in Lydia E Plnkliams Vegetable Compound and are fair enough to give credit where it is due One of Many Women Cured by Lydia E PJnkhams Vegetable Compound Without Submitting to an Operation Writes DEAR JIiis Pint I was a great sufferer for three years had some of the leading physicians and they all said nothing but an operation would cure me but to that 1 would not submit I picked up a paper and saw your advertisement and made mind to try your medicine 1 had falling and inflammation of the womb and a flow of whites all the time pains across small of back severe headache did not know what it was to be without a pain or an ache until I used your medicine After three felt like a new woman I still sound the mise of Lydia E Pinkliamra Vegetable Coiupound3f1t5 Wat A COWAN 1804 Bainbridge St Philadelphia Pa A Graduate Nurse Convinced by Cures Endorses Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound She Writes LydiaEnumber of cures recorded where your medicine was used convinced me that it is the safest and surest VegetabloCompoundMRS CATHERINE JACKSON 769 Beaubien St Detroit Mich Graduate Nurse and President Detroit Emergency Association Many Physicians Admit that no Medicine Known to the Profession Equals Lydia E Pinkhams Compound for the Cure of Womans Ills and We are Permitted to Publish the Following DEAR MRS PI 1illAJIIt gives me great pleasure to state that I have found Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound very efficacious and have often prescribed it for female difficulties youngestdaughterI freely advocate it as a most specific in all disorders which women are subject to and give it honest endorsement Yours very truly SARAU C BRIOUAM MD 4 Brigham Park Fitchburg Masse If physicians dared to be frank and open hundreds of them would acknowledge that they constantly prescribe Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound in severe cases of female ills as they know by experience that it can be relied upon to effect a cure Women who are troubled with painful or irregular menstruation backache bloating or flatulence feelintdizzinessthe serious consequences and be restored to perfect health and strength by taking Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound and then write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for further free advice No living has had such a vast and successful experience in treating female ills She has guided thousands to health Every suffering woman should ask for and follow her advice The Ball Bearing DenSn10re Only absolutely ball bearing typewriter ever offered See it belore or dering or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer that points and equipped with back spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or we will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Dnuiore Tjpwrilw Co 323 W Fourth st Cincinnati 0 TOS R POWER Lock Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY 1 ED PINAUDS QuinineIis always efficacious J It is a positive dindruft cure It Wlil kcrpa good set of bur from j filling out ani wilt render beauti trres all the more uiurunt and gloKry 1x5000 bottles sold in cniith in the United Stat- ca4obott1o5Oc 8 or bottle 100 E4 Pinud3 Amcri- cailrtcij r WilliE HALL The home of the late General Cassius M Clay for Sale at Public Auction The Heirs will sell this ramous roper ty upon the premises at Public Auction on Thursday Oct 22 03 at 10 oclock a m The farm contains 350 Acres of extremely fertile land nIl in blue grass None of this l nl has been ploughed for many years Magnifi centlv j Title perfect Gen eral Warranty Deed given Immediately after the above sale 275 Adjoining Acres of the same original tract of land own ed by Mrs Ann Clay Oreashaw will be sold at Public Auction On the Next DayFridayO- ctober 23 pre1i1isesthe BELLEVIEW A part of the original Whitehall andJacksfertlleJarm containing about 325 AcresHas nice residence fine fruit and is well watered and is mostly in srass Title perfect General Warranty Deed giver BSProspective purchasers are in vited to examine these properties Brutus J Clay Agt ForthHeirsljbgnd I K A Cure For Dyspepsia I list Dyspepsia its worst form and felt miserable Roost all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured me Mrs W W Saylor Milliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousuesb headache eon stipation bad brotii sour risings in digestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the nat ural juices of digestion combined with tho greatest known tonic and recon structive properties It clpnnsee pu rifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by E C Wines Ira The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkilf Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have never shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Kopairini repainting of bugirios wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tiros guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Flower Pots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers Extract of Strawberry Cures dysen tory diarrhoea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Acts promptly All druggists 1m Cull us up by phone or drop us a noteand let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it iI good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rye buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf 13 L MIDKIFF Prop no Public Sale quitfarming Wednesday Oct 28 At JO oclock a m at my farm know as the the Huguely place sellat bighestbiddErVIZ 45 extra good foeders 40 extra good yearlings 2 milch cows I yearling heifer 20 hogs plJ8Icombined horgo 6 years old 2 brood mares 1 weanling colt 2 yearling colts 2 yearling jacks 1 weanling jaok colt 4 jennets 38 select ewes and 12 nice bucks of tlio famous C At Clay flock 1 Imported buck consisting placeIknown as the Huguely place consisting of 270 Acres and the other known as the Karr place and containing 425 Acres Terms made on day of sale Mrs J W Smith naryeyCheiianlt Afffc ftlh lluItihU 1 II- ii2tjt i Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrhMedicine Sent Free Send no money simply wrile and expunseBlltauicdestroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting paulo dull logsboneof rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in throat had henrinu specks flying before the eyes all played out feeling of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 velLrs standing after doctors hot springs ami patent medicines had all failed Most of these cured patients had takm Blood Balm asa last resort It is especially advised for chronic deopseated cases Impossible for anyone to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood euppy Cures upDrugple of Blood Halm sent free and prepaid also special medical advice by de scribing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga 1m Monarch over pain Burns cuts sprain stings Instant reliet Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drugstore 1m We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runabouts than we tow have on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices Ijde best rubber tire npplyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop A Love Letter Would not interest you if youre look lug for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder SIo writes I suffered with an ugly sore for It year but a box of BucklcnV Arnica Salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth25c at all druggists 1m Mrs Lee Maupin has opened up a firstclass millinery establishment in the store room formerly occupied by Mr Lee Smitha She has on hand now a full line of readytowear fall lists and she desires the patronage of all of her frIends 3t The Salve That Heals lJeWittsfhemany salves but DeWttts Witch Ha zel Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve made that contains the pure unadultera WichHazelterfeit B 0 DeWitt invented Witch HazelSalve hlindhllooSold by E U Wines im Nolce I have for sale about 250 acres of good laud located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and umber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and is in firstclass condi tOIl the vein running from 30 to 40 inches Jthick The timber on this land is motitly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir ing propetyto call and see me as the terms will be made to please pur chaser S C CARRIER Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 600 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used propertyIsfina stock fiitin cpnidiftjt Secure better propertri f JiwiHHiQ c ii J1 tU If A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT ISCOVERYI One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tim 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 seuelpt of One small bottle is two inonthe treatmont and will ere any cane above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P O hex 829 Su Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Uichmond IC REAl THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis IoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponmls when I began using it to day I weigh 176 nounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JoitxA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enottcli for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains u supply for a year All druggists Otll them Nothing has ever equalledit Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew II OLU4 I A Cure Perfect Throat Lung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles fr- eeMEATMAIJT I nm 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 no MEATS CO Louisville Ky Gt menHaviDlexaminedOUr Meat and Malt acquainted with its competition and mode of manufacture I can stole that it Is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It the and invigorates digestion and Is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all with debility Yours 1 D KASTENBINE AI D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loulavlllo K For Silt hvB L Middelton Sale Property this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No No2 No3No4 No5No6 No7 No8 NOn No 12 No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 1- 9No2 No21 No 22 No 23 No 24 No 25 FortoNsV5tPrION PriceI For All andI MALT excites For advertisedunder No9No contalD1Ing original cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Richmond Has all necessary outbuild A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location lor- an ideal home conld not be found Those residences will be sold at a bar story frame residence on Irvine street Building in good pair Price siw will hJY a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price JIM producingfarmresidence barn and other outbuild Ing Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other Im provements In fine locality Price- 2500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improvements Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 Handsome twostory residence in best part of Richmond large lot and necessary out buildings A bargain at Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargonecessary outbuildings Price 3000 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap One of the best Improved farms in Madison county containing 255 acres Good orchard and all necessary out buildings Church and school convenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoInbuildingiTijisthriving vlllnge where churches anil schools ate convenient Price InIt1chmond cityLotA twostory residence in cood neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir ingan Ideal home One of the best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 I I neighbOIiood Cottage on a nice resident street com Mining four rooms avid neces purcuaedgreat bargain at 1100 Will pRint residence for purchaser Ac ideal cottage of live rooms leeearyoubulldlngslltcludlng an lIIJIJ will sellon installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser lotcontaliiitgporches Hitaated in best residenceportion of city Stable coal house buildlogsdesiring a iiica home Bereaturnptkocontaintng ingraaIfwood twenty barrels of corn and properttpriceandotheroulbuilding Price 3100 eightniflistrointhisclty grass and Is At good fern and thistalilueoYoutblllldlllg LQI- ttyl R ii o AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhibition HOOSIER DISC DRILL RBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING ++ +4CALL AT ++ + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensecbydation Oenuloe Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SS Phone 3 Second St Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indlgestlononlytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach Which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kaubla of Nevada 0 says had stomach Iroubla and was In a bad state as had heart trouble fourIDOIlthKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only thetrlaJIizePrepared by E O DeWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry di Thomas OneEye AtaTime Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ iii sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles H ete ae 9eata St RtmQ hg I Q SALES 8000 t A DAY VV tchesIThis is which sells at the lowest price carries the strongest guarantee and has a larger salt than other watches Perf ct in accuracy size and style otheriiigersri1s at io175 and 200 Sold where orpostmMbyusforJroo u BockM Free BroIpa MRS CECELIA STOWE Orator Entre Nous Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 221002 sufferedfrom ft tor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at advisLodhim totryandhednlsoI my recovery was very rapid With anotherbeing txLIttOLi Mrs Stowes letter shows every byfemalewealmea Wine of Cardni cures that side happilesstodayandof Cardui WlNEQRDuI i J FI I FIRh Iii ixja We have just received from R J Co of Boston a line of Ladies SMisses and Childrens fill Ithat was slightly damaged in their pbig fire which we put on sale at 12 Price for the next ten days You will find pH these shoes to be strictly up to date fcpkQJiii Also remember we will gi- ve1flff on all Clothingfr and Heavy Underwear for ten days only d Yours for Bargains The Olobe Store 208 Main Street formerly occupied by John G Taylor Son I r 7J Te 0E- RECT 6- f FOL- CORSETSr are the only wake in the world with particular ad rrecise laelirectFoimyoufitycffertntstyl tothepersnJ J tract Form S73 and 7CI For ircdlntn fiures SI OO i5oty dgorstowbuct I 3O I Erect Form 882 For stout figures Lonover Ys X abdomen ard htjn 1 9- Ovv rcctFormS6GForfuSgurecknrhip 3 oo Ws Vt mc liiUOI In batiste like 973 sos V1 k sf t NtKest Erect Form fiat a very 1ng isle IGh skirtsStyloil 1 Mali dealers IiJvmcinnctnrolryoainentlon name inS rss 1110 Welngarten Bros 377379 Broadway NYNo othu CMr aLnt keth pU e of tin WB Erect Form Accept so sdmtiuge J1 A Perfect Painless Pill Is the one that will cleanse the syStem hilIdearmouthThe DWitts ipkenwhllp r Lafayette Ind says Alt other Imyiic bl br Ji Ot W1kij U Now is the time to look over your HrllIC season woke a specalty of line repair work and + in ploy not bine hnt the bwt Woiknn Call anl tee ns before p ftiff elpewh ro IFOihavedate station wauons nuegiwt mile boitestfc Riclnnond rriage Worku tl ijIJ14Wirft ffQPI