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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 11 1w IF 7 7 T i Kffi jl JI I It t tt tI TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAXy i VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1903 NTJMBL3 23 PHONE AbT 71 FmmJ 1 Everything I flfr C WINES 7IF r 71I 7In Fall Goods 1 AT THE 1 1 HUSTLING CASH STORE iIS BRAN NEW 71 Ft This being our first fall season for business in your jfc city our stock of fallstuff in every line is entirely new e e We have no old goods to sell The latest things in P Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods i Kan P Ginghams Percales Etc 2 are arriving daily and we take pleasure in showing youffi+ Stock Our Of Full and Winter 1Shoes and Hats are all complete in fact we are crowded in these lines and we are willing to exchange bargains lor space If you need something in these lines dont 5 fail to see us before making your choice cItiny us means you send your neighbors and friends to see us tkat they too may learn to be wise and m buy where they can secure the best goods for the least money T LACKEY HAMilTON F Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky t1 tJ V 2Z ZtS ffitt Si4tt h tft f Y 4 Well Named Paint Thepractical painter sas the man who storms at the weather because the J paint on his house wont weather the storms could live a life of sun shine by using PaUoi s SIllN PRfJFt PaintPattons SunProof Paint gives double the service of allwhit lead or any ordinary paint It is made of the most j rfect com bination of llillt materials to stand the severest trial the sutl and weather can give it Guaranteed lo keep its gloss and wear well for five years- Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to f PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs FOR SALE BY qg Geqrge M Willging Paints Wall Paper7 Guess Cf Kill IM Kit 6WEVANSJR tw AewFirrncA Magnificient Stock of Goods V tEverythino for the home beautiful can be found in our store 1 c Iee and our prices will suit J 5 everybody e- r c We are at home at Joplinfs old stand on Main street and we guarantee the best A and most polite attention A Cgive us a call Crutcher Evans C Main Street Richmond Ky c Wrhetorprndcoznplete So AMERICAN SEEDING MACNINE tE DRUGSTORE II 0otfiiiQ p i knfuqicflDisK inierchan6eabIeDisKcrShoe KY DISK FURROW OPENERS Make perfect seed beds Insure god ntamla eyen in dry seasons Tbe Learinffs are uar row Give mod clearance cant do and are QUIT PROOP Tbey are at simple as a scythe Last at Joosr as the disk KT SHOE FURROW OPENERS Hare detachable heels to Rboes they are made ot forged and polished tool steU can be detached in a second as Imperial as a sun share work 0Ill 1144LtSVLL BIlswf k il Announcements FOR COUNTY ATT iHNBY We are authorized to nnnnunce W It LIT HBR JU ii iandldatc for County At loriiyr1 to the action ut the Deuuocrattc party We are authorized to announce It H GUI OK K a candidate for unty Attorney nbect to the action of iu Democratic party We are authorized In announce W R SHACKKLFOIU a candidate for County At torney of Madison onnty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO II LLAHD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action of the Democratic authorized to announce B B Million a candidate for sheriff of Mnrtison County sub ject to the action Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C GRiaasas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of the Democ atic party We are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER a candidttte for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub T Uo the action of the Democatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidale for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic ere authorized to announce PETER Q PA RItISE a candidate fur Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ANDERSON LAKES of Speedwell us a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J H KKNNEDYof West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce JR PARKE a candidate for Jailer if Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announe R B TER RaW JU a 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 fr Superintendent of Pub lic Schools of Madison county subject to the iction of the Democratic parly We are authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We nre authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN Da candidate for Superintendent of Public chools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR ve 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 I = BH We ar authorized to announce BUD DUNN s candidate for Aswssor of MHdlson county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B L GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county KUliject to the action of the Demo cruDe party SHYLOCK Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive th sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and thrp can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion Is flesh and blood bone and muscle Itfeeds the nerves Strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will send you a couple of ounces tree SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4084 3 Penrl Sir t NewVarW- JK awl fMO i all druggist I A STRANGE COLONY Curious Creed of a Settlement in Northern Arkansas BrcnlitnlH Are Unknoirn and Ex tended Periods of Fasting Are CommonNo Love Between Husbands and Wives Edgar Wallace Conable founder of a strange health colony in Colorado several years ago has abandoned the high altitude of the Rockies and has bought 8000 acres of land in northern Arkansas and colonized it with several hundred followers all of whom believe in his manner of living The colonists eat no breakfast The men do not love their wives nor do the wives love their husbands Living in family groups Is a mere matter of form it is contended although there have been family squabbles caused by jealous husbands and wives in this colonyThe settlement lies among the Frisco system and is to be made into one vast orchard and vineyard No form of animal life must be killed on the premises but it is the endeavor of the colonists to drive away all kinds of insects and pests The land which was oought only a few weeks ago is now being planted in fruit trees and settlers are building their homes on the wide stretch of the mountain country By next summer they expect to have everything in first class working order According to their creed people should live in the highest form of physical and mental life This em braces extended periods of fasting for purification of the body and the elimi theIand tobacco Conable says that as soon as his crops begin to grow he will allow no one on the premises except as a tem porary guest who lives on anything but his sort of food No morning meal will be tolerated by the Conable colony and no cook stoves will be found in the kitchens The housework of the women will be limited inasmuch as the only preparation of the food will be to wash away the dirt Fasting is regarded as a means of strengthening the body among these people Miss Reda Benjamin a young woman has just completed a fast of 25 days without any bad effect to her body She has muscles as hard as an athlete and is a perfect specimen of physical womanhood No physicians are allowed in the colony Whenever a person Is ill he is placed under the care of the health teachers who by a system of cereal and fruit products and by fasting or starving the disease as they say at tempts to cure the patient Conable allows no horses on the farm and all the work is done by human hands or steam power IGNORANT OF BROKEN SKULL Toledo 0 Woman on Whom Trap- Door Pell Two Years Ago Ue- cmitly Discover Injury Two years with a badly fractured skull of which she was utterly unconscious Is the record of Mrs George Hassenzahl Toledo 0 who Is at present a marvel ofI the physicians Two years ago as Hassenzahl was descending some stairs a trap door fell upon her She was stunned for a time but it was thought there were no serious results However after the lapse of some months a large swelling appeared above one eye and for the removal of this Drs deIment of the physicians to find hat there was a fracture of the skull four Inches in length They are puzzled to know why death did not result The skull was trepanned and it Is bellved that Mrs Has senzahl will be restored to good healthI CURTAINS STOPPED TRAINS GreeiiMlinrpr Pn Woman Red Window Shades Are Replaced With Green One ly Railroad Mrs Hiram Seanor of Greensburg Pa won a notable victory over the Pennsylvania ralroad company recent ly when she compelled It to purchase new curtains for the windows of her home The Seanor home fronts along the Pennsylvania railroad Red curtains in the window proved a constant an mlRtookIwere frequently brought to a stop The railroad company insisted that the curtains be removed but Mrs Seanor replied that the curtains coula only be replaced by the company furnishing green ones This was done and now the trains no longer stop before the Seanor homeIFell 80 Falling from floor of a building in course of erection at 20 West Eighteenth street in New York a distance of about 80 feet and turning three somersaults in his descent Joseph Heiser an Iron worker has escaped with a slight laceration of two fingers A score of workmen rushed to the cellar expecting to find his mangled form Instead they found him calmly examin- Ing his cut fingers To convince them that he had escaped without injury he danced a jig Then he went back to work at the top of the building- Beginning to Fake According to the Chicago reporters LIptons appendicitis was caused by eating green corn which it seems was not thoroughly ripe says the Philadelphia Inquirer The Chicago branch of the school of Journalism must be getting in its work Confessions ofa Priest Rev John SCox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num ber of physicians and tried all sorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease yearsIfLiver and Kidney trouble stomach disorder or general debility pet Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by all druggists Onlv 60c 1m An equestrian statue of Gen Wm T Sherman was unveiled in Washington President Roosevelt attended and delivered an address It was almost miracle Burdocks Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible tirenking out all over the body lInn FibrldgeWestDtore 1m A Knott county man was robbed of 770 in a Jackson hotel 0 CURSE FOLLOWS A FAMILY A uaalDeenThe Erskine family the youthful head of which the twelfth earl of Mar has Just attained his thirtyeighth year provides one of the strangest and most terrible curses on record By some the curse has been attributed to Thomas the Rhymer by others to the abbot of Cambuskenneth and by many to the bard who was at tached to the house of Mar just prior to the elevation of the earl in 1751 to be regent of Scotland It is a most comprehensive curse but local tradition claims that it has been fulfilled in every detail not only in the banning but in the bless ing with which It concluded The proud chief of Mar was assured that his work would be cursed and never finished and that only when an ash sapling sprang from the topmost bower of his ancient tower would the sorrows of family be ended and the sunshine of royalty beam on thee once more The earl to whom the curse was delivered destroyed Cambuskenneth abbey and with the stones began to build a palace at Stirling It was never finished and Is still known locally and punnlngly as Mars work Other clauses In the curse received strange fulfillment and the predicted ash sapling was found on the topmost tower between the years 1815 and 1820 In 1822 when George IV vis- Ited Scotland he restored the estates which had been forfeited for the familys support of the Stuarts Finally Queen Victoria accidentally met the countess in a room at Stirling castle spoke with her and kissed her on parting Thus in the words of the curse the kiss of peace was given to her though she sought it not and another prediction Justified CONSUMPTION CURED BY KNIFE Physician Pierce Tnns of a Patient In a Most Remarkable Operation Miss Lizzie Grennell of Hampton N Ht has had her right lung by the surgeons at Stamford openedI Stamford Conn In an save her life She was suffering from consumption and the operation was one of the most remarkable known to the medical professionIAn a cavity at the apex of the right lung and an abscess in the upper part of the middle lobe The operation was to establish a drainage through the chest wall Three and a half Inches of the second rib was cut five inches of the third rib and three and a half Inches of the fourth rib The pleura was bound down by adhesions brought into the wound and stitched there The lung was explored by an aspirating needle and both cavities located The pleura was then opened and the abscess was thoroughly cleansed as well as the cavity in the This drained the cavities apexI wound was closed with the exception of an opening sufficient for drainage The chest wall was strapped and dressedThe operation lasted 35 minutes Miss Grennell was then awakened and experienced only a slight pain in the back She grew steadily stronger from the reaction of the anaesthetia and a complete recovery Is looked for TEST FOR CAVALRY MEN Soldier Reache West Point Thirty Nine Days After Leaving Oklaho ma Whole Trip on Honeback A young man wHo has come 2000 miles on horseback has arrived at Newburgh N Y He Is William Davis member of the Eighth United States cavalry and has been traveling semis the country on a test ride The government is mak ing a number of test rides Davis and 11 other members of the Eighth cavalry left Oklahoma 38 days previous bound for West Point They were allowed to eat and sleep when they liked the object being only to see how quickly they could reach West Point Of the 12 Davis was the first to reach his destinationDavis lighter than the others who made the trip and when he start ed out ho went with a rush The result was that he led all the way and at each place he had his pick of the horses so this helped him Just before he reached Garrison his horse gave out and when he reached there the ferry had stopped running He reported by signal Lto West Point When he started Davis weighed 137 pounds and on his arrival at West Point his weight was 108 pounds He is tired but happy and thinks he has broken the record The government alms to test the stamina of man and horse In the long ride which is said to be a suggestion of the new chief of staff One More Guess A professor in a far western univer sity advances the theory that the peculiar virtues of girls are due to clothes and that if the boys and girls were dressed alike all would be equally gentle and refined Evidently that professor has never been to a sewing society cat fight or taken into considera tion the deeds of the petticoated Turk ish soldiers Gone by a Quicker Route A Sioux City ta man drew all his money out of the bank intending to use it in speculating on the board of trade A burglar got to it first and the Sioux City man is lamenting So far as can be seen the only reason the loser has for feeling sorry for himself is that the money went a little quicker than if he had carried out Els original pro gramme Omelet for HornLet Horn Let a Chinese youth has en tered John Hopkins university and the hazers are already arranging to break some eggs on him Saves Two From Death Our little ilauj hter had an almost fatal attack of whoopinjr cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her DiscoveryOuradvanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly witH Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery ns to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 50c and il bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free 1m Dean TompkiiiB an official in the Philippines was sentenced to nine years imprisonment for embezzlement TO OU3X A COLD IMOn CAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets ifjtfailsa on eac1iox 25 cents B1 Eeu the star witness in the JeUWhrtrt will deliver ISdlect WestII MISSOURIS MILLION How It Is to Be Spent at the Worlds Fair A MAGNIFICENT STATE BUILDING Kentucky Only Wants OneTenth as Much as tier Daughter tn Ad vertise a Wealth of Products and Resources Quite as Great Missouri Is spending one million dollars upon the State exhibit at the Worlds Fair The Sta6 Commission well organized is pushing the work in every department The State will appear at its best in all the great ex hibit palaces of the Exposition Since Missouri is to act as hostess to all states the Commission expects to have the finest state building ever erected at an exposition It will cost with Its furnishing and landscaping about 260000 The building is over 300 feet long and has a magnificent site on a hill southeast of the United States Government building Work was begun on this building earlj in 11ayIThe collection of exhibits has been in progress some time Specimens of this years crops throughout the state will be carefully stored until the time for installation Each ear of corn for example will be wrapped in tissue paper that it may lose none of its valued qualities before it is placed on display Fruits will be placed In cold storage as the season progresses in order that all varieties may be Includ ed In the exhibit next year In the Live Stock department the Missouri mule will take a prominent part Among the mules will be seen the largest mule on earth a three yearold mare belonging to Michael Murry of Herefors She is 18 hands high or six feet at the shoulders and weighs 1705 pounds- A fine display of horses cattle hogs and poultry is also being provided for in this department- Specimens of the mineral products of the state are being collected and classified The exhibit of zinc will be the most extensive as Missouri produced threefourths of the worlds out put of this ore The prospects for an exhibit of fish from the streams and lakes of Mis souri are excellent The exhibit will be confined to native fishes and to those varieties which have demon strated their adaptability to the wat ers and conditions of this latitude Fish are now being caught and being placed in aquariums from which they will be transferred to the State sec tion of the Fisheries building Schools and colleges throughout the State are preparing specimens of their work for the Educational exhibit The public school system will be fully ex emplified To do this successfully all the educators of the State and those Interested in education are working industriously In the collecting of other branches of Missouris large display the work Is being vigorously pushed Missouri Is to spend a million dol- larS at the Fair Kentucky the moth er of Missouri certainly will be able to raise 100000 for making a display of her products and resources WASHINGTON AT MORRISTOWN New Jersey Reproduces Revolution ary Heros Headquarters as Her State Building at the Fair Fords old tavern at Morristown which at one time during the war of the Revolution was General WaShing tons headquarters will be reproduced at the Worlds Fair St Louis as New Jerseys State building The historic structure which will be reproduced with fidelity will cost 20 000 New Jersey has already appro priated 100000 and is arranging for a liberal increase Her Industrial and InterIestlng were sheltered by the old tavern when the colonies were engaged In the memorable struggle for freedom In cludes Alexander Hamilton Lafayette and Kosclusko Israel Putnam Philip Schuyler and others Are you an educator If so you will want to go to the Worlds Fair next year Why not enter the School Teachers Popularity Contest being conducted by the Kentucky Exnioit Association and get one of the 120 free trips that will be given fte most popular educators Full particulars and blank ballots sent on application to the Secretary R E Hughes Louis ville Ky- Kentucky will be the only State In the Union with two coal displays In the Mines and Metallurgy building One will be in the regular Kentucky mineral display and the other In the space assigned to the U S Geological Survey AH other States will have their coal only in one place It la a great concession to Kentucky eoaL Dieting Invites Disease To cure Dyspepsia or Indigestion it Is no longer necessary to live on milk and toast Starvation produces such weakness that the whole system be cornea an easy prey to disease Kodol Dyspepsia Ours enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and as similate all the wholesome food that one cares to eatand is a never falling cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia and nil stomach troubles what you eat makes the stomach sweet Sold by E C Wines 1m A fire at Aberdeen Washcaused a loss estimated at 1000000 Broke Into His House- S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by In vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke itito- his house his tronble was arrested and now hes entirely cured guaranteed to cure 25e at all drugUU 1i l The faculty of Carroll College jn Wiscon lnbariedfOo1l1II j COR MAIN FIRST I I FINE CL oruING I The label on Schlossmade Clothing is to protect the wearer It stands for re putation uniform excel lence and uptodateness Ifh Fall Derby 3lDrop let it liThe birthplace of Charles Dickens at Portsmouth tn land was sold at auc tion for 5525 and was bought in by the Mayor of the city Geo W Garwood a wealthy coal dealer of Pi Usb url Pa 65 years old shot and killed Hilda Vogel aged 23 and then killed himself One person was to deathand five injured in a fire which destroyed a private sanitarium at Kansas City Mo MtE- LITadenc hl Pills On OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof In the above style cause the underMgned will on Oct 22 03 Between the hours of oclock a m and 12 oclock m on the premises In Madison eonn ty Ky nroceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following de scribed property rlz A Tract of Land on the waters of Tates Creek In Madison county Ky and Oil Bethel Branch contain ing IWi acre and adjoining Wm Haden Mrs Howard cT- ERMSSa1e will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months equally The will be to give bond wIth approved security for the payment of ihe money lo have the force and effect fits lIeptevln Bond bearlnR legaJlnleresL from day of with a lien reserved said property until all the purchase money U paid 8 E SCOTT M C M O C We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be jog operated a Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Goal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the ee and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee- Polite and Prompt Service and Good I Weight Let her Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone j4 Ui N Depot Richmond JCy THE Early Fall Overcoat Is an Ounce of Prevention The man of intelligence is not likely to disregard the lesson it teaches The cold contracted by im earlymornman to an early grave Ask Any Physician If This Is Not True The Primlico shown in the illustration It is a garment that eleganceIt TASTEItand the materials that enter into its construction are above reproach is essentially a quality pro Wehave10 wellknown Jt SCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers You can save money by buying your fall anti winter shoes from Centraland are better that shoos bought elsewhere Give our Shoes a trialand be convinced Get a Hawe HatsThey only cost S3 They are guaranteed to be better than any 5 hat uptopute 7 Our Notions are nptodate The stock is replete with novelties firstdabsOur Dress Goods are the talk oi the city We have more dress goods to show yon to Ourdressour styles and prices- Remembr that our Ladies Waiting room on the balcony in yourdinnersfree Iin and us talk over jgg w IZJ 5dlzam eOllZjJany burned Wssioers Thursday upon the Wilt Top Coati- s It 1t j Big HOI Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile CoalW +++++f t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJjj + grate without any attention f f ++ + + s ++ + sp++++++++s+ 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 f J f f I JI pry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Lakes Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsf Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RIQNMbND KENTLJKY 3 o rr 1 S S QossssesosesssetesIeee 21 r Ilill s What Are You Waiting For 11111 a NewSg aa S a Our Prices Low5 aSIS We make a business of making bargains in ImI Boots and SIJQCSISI 0 Our line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most line 5ISSI prIces Our line of Gents Furnishings is hard to beat in the larger ciiies The latest in style the finest in quality the utmost in variety have been combined byI- S us in our mighty effort for trade 55 a S- esIl There is a limit below which honest goods cannot be sold We place our price at the- sill MarkS sIlll ll sS I for safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticise us knowIdus and you will find we deal fair and imI SAVE YOU DOLLARS jj 1 I a5a 1 5 11 CRUTCHER TRIBBLEIIII KentuckyS 511 5 II S O hISS i s s s 55O5I555IIIIISI5IISSI I5I6S55511I5I51115I11515155551111I115II5SIlI1ec SS SSS SS SSSSSS 1 he Richmond Climax c CHENADLT President A D MILLEREdltor Manager WEDNESDAY OCT i S 1903- paL1dHKDLVRY WCDKICSUAY B- Yrhe Climax Printing Co Ilbeorporal- edDEMOCRATIC TICKET volt CIRCUIT JUDGE HON J M BENTON- Of Clark County FOR COMMON ABALTHS ATTORNEY HON B A CRUTCHER- Of Jessamine County FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROY C WHITE WITHIN the past two weeks two ot the most prominent men in Louisville and in Kentucky have announced their intention of voting for Becklmm and the entire Democratic State ticket because they say that the best inter ests of the people can be subserved by the election of the Democrats These men are Alexander P Humphrey probably the most prominent lawyer in Louisville and John M Athertou who is one of Kentuckys wealthiest Rica Neither of these men has been voting the Democratic regularly for a Dumber of years Jlr Atherton in an interview says I have studied the question carefully and thoroughly and have come to the conclusion that it is 1R 117e11 who has the pub Y at cratittcletlto vote the Dem- ojjjoare of politics and to p jRtothiErigive reasons at any to this conllI nllf i cluhion except I have said 1 believe it my duty as a citizen to support the DemocratsOn night October 20th Judge Humphrey spoke at a big Demo cratic rally held at Music Han am ClIme out strongly for Governor Beck bam and all of the men on the ticket with him CfiBfweriCo LEXINGTON KY t We have added to our Art Department in the last few days a number of beautiful selections fresh from the studios of leading artists and publish ers of the day Tile soft brown sepia tones of the Copley print The fresh coloring and wonder perspec tive of the water colors The dull burnished gold and brownfinish es in the frame are only few superior points in our line In short we have a collection of subjects that appeal to the re fined and artistic taste CJBrower Co1 MAIN AND BROADWAY L rINGrPN1JY 1pu PERSONA Miss Mary Tribble is entertaining Miss Sallie Tevis of Nashville Tenn Mr S L Midkiff has been sojournI ing for a few days at Springslmeet this afternoon at half past two with Mrs W S Old ham Mrs IL M Rogers and children of Kossville mdare guests of Sirs 0 C Smith Mr Henry Jones ol Mt Sterling spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs John W Arnold Mrs Allen Kenney of Boyle county was a guest last week of her aunt Mrs Armstrong at Kingston Mr Milo Shanks and bride of Washington City are guests of Mr Shanks mother on Fifthstreet Mrs Mattio Bronston Davis and daughter Miss Gayle are guests of Mrs Henrietta fironetou Mr John Speed Smith of Washington City is hereon visit to his mother Mrs C C Smith on Fifth street Mr James A Martin and daughter Miss Marion Florence of Chicago are guests of Mrs Nannie Martin Misses Lena and Ada Wagers of EH till county have been visiting their brother J W Wagers and family Mrs Mollie lurpin Williams of Paris was a guest last week of her parents Judge and Mrs N B Turpin Mr John C Ballard formerly of this city but now of Lexington has been spending a few days with relatives here Meedamcs W H and W F Park of this county have been viajtjnp their sister Miss Lizzie SinipSon in Lexing ton Mrs S Noville Moberley has gone to New York where she will spend sev eral months with her sister Mrs J B Haggin Mr M F Enright has gone to Sell a lia Mo where he was called by the serious illness of his uncle Mr J W Murphy Mr J Speed Smith Jr of Wash ingtou City is here on a visit to his mother Mrs Mary Smith on West Maui street The many inends of Mr C M Shearer will be glad to know that he is rapidly recovering from his very serious illness and will soon be able to be out Judge John D Goodloe was called to Lexington Monday by the very serious illness of his brotherinlaw Gen SiniS mons of Oweusboro His doubtful Mr and Mrs Dabney Crensbaw and children who have been visiting Mrs James Bennett and other relatives have retured to their home in Rich mond Va Mr Galen Cox formerly of Estill county but for the past two years of Denver Colorado passed through here yesterday enroute to his old home at Wisemantown for a visit to relatives and friends Mr J Robert Jtigg C U 96 well known here and Miss Agnes Brown Mac Nabb of Terre Haute mdwill be married November 11th At home after Dec 1929 N 7th St Terre Haute where the groom is Chief Draughts man for the Vandalia Railroad Mr Rings many friends here will wish him and his bride long life and happiness Mr Hamilton U Smith of Versailles spent n few hours Monday in our city Mr Smith was formerly agent for the Louisville Atlantic railroad at this place hut now holds a nice position with same at Versailles His many friends were giving him the glad hand of welcome Monday Mr Smith informed the CLIMAX that he had pur chased a nice home in Versailles which further goes to prove that hn is on the road to success Quite a pleasant surprise was ten dered Miss May Wallace Ballard on Iftbt Saturday night by her parents the occasion being the sixteenth anniversary of her birth The entertainment was somewhat ill the form of a family reunion the guests being near relatives Catarrh Caunot Be Cored with Local Applications as they can not reaih the seat of the disease Ca tarrh IB a blood or constitutional dl sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood arid mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of tbe best in this conn rlptionpurifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combina tion of tbe two ingredients is what pro curingCatarrhF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bv druggists 75c H lg ninily fUll are th hat Jm and friends of the young lady those who are nearest and dearest to her They gathered to make merry with her on the day when like a rose burst bloomrngintoDuring the evening a most de licious lunch was served and all left wishing Miss Ballard many returns of the same happy day The many friends of Mr anti Mrs R K Terrill gave them a merry surprise on last Friday night the occasion being the tenth anniversary of their marriage Every guest brought a piece of tinware until to use Mr Ter rills own expression there was more tin than could be hauled in a cart After the older people left the young friends made merry until a late hour keeping time to the music of Professor Walkers band The evening was a most happy one for all present and many loving and good wishes were be stowed on Mr Terrill and hid wife that they might live to celebrate the Golden and even the Diamond wed ding engravedinvitation and relatives of the brido here Mr and Jlra Z Taylor Price announce the marriage of their daughter Anna Morton to Mr Homer Milton McCIl Thursday October the twenty ninth one thousand nine hundred and three Nashville Tenn At Home StreetChattanooga The bride who is a handsome and charming young woman is well know here being a niece of Miss Carrie Far leyT Her parents formerly resided here and at Irvine Ky and have numerous relatives in Madison The CLIMAX extends in advance the heartiest con gratulations and good wishes The Washington EvoniugStar of last Thuieday contained the following notice of the marriage of Mr Milo Shanks and Miss Annie Leo Payne of Washington It will be read with interest by the friends of the groom hereU A very pretty but quiet wedding was celebra ted last evening at tbe residence of Rev E B Bagby the contracting parties being Mr Milo Shanks and Miss Annie Lee Payne The atten dance was limited to relatives a few friends and the grooms immediate assistants in the government printing office The bride was becomingly gowned in blue broadcloth traveling costume with a large blue picture hat to match She carried a shower bo quet of bride roses The attendants were Mr John Speed Smith and Miss Pauline Hadger The latter was charmingly dressed in gray chiffon with black hat and carried pink roses Misses Alice Churchill Payne and Laura Ceachester Payne sisters of the bride were gowned in blue and white costumes with black hats An informal reception was held after the ceremony the guests then beiug driven to the 6th street depot tim couple departing amid a shower of the usual accompaniments for a visit to the grooms relatives in Richmond Ky They will be at home after November 15 at 136 A street northeast Beckham Here Tomorrow dayforwill be a grand rally in this city in honor of Governor Beckbam who will arrive here by special train at 225 accompanied by Senators McCreary and Blackburn Hons W P Thorne and W B Smith and Congressman Ollie James the 6 foot 7 inch 300 pound congressman from the Fireit District Every precinct In Madison county will be represented in the great horse back parade which will met tbe die tingulshed party at the L N depot escort them to the Court House for ad dresses byGov Beckham and others The special will arrive front Louisville stayLetCOTTONBURG Miss Ada Roberts of Ruthtou visited Miss Myrtle Hendren last week Misses Ida Austin Beulah and Texas LonglastRev Pike closed a very successful meeting at Gilead church Sunday night Ninii souls were added to tbe churchWe sorry toJearn that Mr Shel by Jett liftS been ill for a few weeks He will leave this week fr French Lick Springs Mr John Ross has been in Garrard county lor two weeks where he is erecting residence Mr Ioas is one of Cottonburgs best men and it is with regret that we see nisi and his family eyetIe cpglty ril To Meet Here The Eighth Congressional District Teachers Association will meet in tins city at the Baptist church on next Friday and Saturday Octo ber30 and 81 The meeting promises to be amost interestingofle Be low we publish the program in full I PROGRAM I Friday Morning J000 1 Devotional Exercises 2 Solo f Katie Devore Richmond 3 Welcome Address Hon R W Miller Richmond 4 Response Supt H H Walker Salvisa 5 Recitation Miss Mary Coyle Richmond 6 Solo Cecil Barnett Richmond BurginSC Friday Afternoon 130 1 Hymn 2 Solo Miss Laura Bright Richmond 3 A Talk Miss Mary Dean Nichohvville 4 Recollections of an Old Teacher Prof W C Grinstead Danville 5 Solo t Miss Ethel Barnett Richmond 6 Paper Miss Maggie Reynolds Nicholasville 7 Importance of Early Training Prof H V Bell Lawrenceburg 8 Evolution of Kentucky Schools Prof John Noland Richmond 9 Solo i Mrs Hanger Richmond 10 Recitation Miss Jennie Houchins Burgin Friday Evening 730 1 Chorus Caldwell High School 2 Recitation Jerry Powell Richmond 3 Solo Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler Richmond 4 Americas Obligations to her Educational Institutions Prof J C Acheson President Caldwell College Danville 5 Duet Donelson Allman EtherBarnett Richmond 6 Recitation Miss Myrtle Britton Harrodaburg 7 Horace ClairPresident88010 Donelson Allman Richmond HarrodsburgioSaturday Morning 930 1 Devotional Exercises 2 Solo Miss Boyd Madison Institute 4 3 RichmondC5 Recitation Miss Annie L Ravi Harrodsburg 6 Possibilities of the Public School Hon W P Wash Lawrenceburg Cityi9 Recitation Miss May Wallace Ballard Richmond 10 Violin Solo Willie Million Richmond 11 Our Rural Schools Supt M A Cassidy Lexington 12 Solo Miss KIII ore Jessamine Institute 13 Report of Committees 14 Music Berea College Saturday Afternoon J30 1 Solo Verner Schilegel Richmond 2 Address President Frost Berea 3 Music Berea College 4 Address Prof R tIe fihipp Winchester 5 Greatest Hindrances to Public Schools Supt G1I Ballard Mt Vernon 6 Recitation William Doty Richmond 7 Music Berea College NEWJ2Y Mr Willie Brock of College Hill has ought a farm near here Mr Elvada Tudor wife and two children Mary and Goebel visited Mr Pendleton Cobb last Sunday YiwIas home having spent a most delightful visit with relatives hereQuite a number of young people attended a social given by Miss Elma Million in houor of her guest Miss Myrtle Million Mr Oliver Brock accompanied by Misses Sallie Whitaker Gertrude Tudor Lucy Williams and Messrs Luther Whitaker and John Sanders visited Mr Brocks sister Miss Anna Block of College Hill from Friday until Sun day and attended a chestnut hunt in Estill county on Saturday As a host ess Miss Anna cannot be excelled A most delicious dinner was served the proclaiminldays spent this season to Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ insight A which suits one injures the other ultimately bothsuffer We use modern appliances and sole tific skill to avoid mistakes- A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes us your eye troubles 3 S Mat St ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 f 903 14 18 AtaTime Sart LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans and return Tackson Miss and return Vicksburg andreturn and intermediate points Houston Texas and return Beaumont Texas andreturn Lake Charles La and return and intermediate points Proportionate rates from other points Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California New Mexico Arizona and Texas One Eye glass Bring Rcmot 4iLROtP Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to tbe Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of the Springs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky NorthJLexington Kentucky Newest in Colored Dress Fabrics pricesIfBlack Dress Goods vkZiberhinesequalled for finish and durability All the latest things in rougheffects A Complete Showing of New Fall Silks representing the choicest products of the best makers The Best Dress Maker in Kentucky Artistic Millinery New Fall WalkingSuits and Skirts For women in the latest English Tweeds Mannish materials and Scotch miltures now so popular In the IExclusiveWaists that are extremely stylish and unlike any you have ever seen Special Sale of I Band P D Corsets 60c75candlCO peltz Celebrated Corsets i 00 Highclass Ladies Tailoring Special atten tion given to Coat Suits House and Evening Gowns Great Sale of Lace Curtains 200Wldehandaome citLt Watepn l3204Upp Lcziitci 1Ct Lost Gentlemans ring with set and urn brclla with S K 1111on the handle Finder return to this office and re ceife rewnrd23sp3t Small Farm For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm 4 miles northofFoxtown containing 78M acres Well improved and watered For further information call on on ad dress War MUNDAY 23slm White Hall Ky Auctioneer Rfy services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D ClIKNADLT Telephone 89 ring 4 niblStf Terrill fiy Estray A white and black spotted hog welghln about 125 pounds came to my lace about two weeks ago and has since been cared for bv me Owner can have same by payirg charges- AHLALOI4 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky Dont forget to see that swell line ofiwall paperahown by Perry fc Thomas For Sale One 3K yearom saddle and harness mare Will takecorn and hay 7tf G W GATES Paytons Delighted a Large Audience Last Night A packed house greeted the Payton Sisters at the Grand last night The Paytons have always been favorites here and the playUA Man of Mrs tery brought forth the best of their histrionic abilities Albert Russell Claude and Senter Payton and the sis ters in leading roles performed their parts exceedingly well The specialties are all good and Nicoli and Dobsskl magicians brought forth applause- At popular prices the Paytons offer attractions that fully equal many of the higher priced productions that have been seen here and by their previous work in Madison they have won and held a place in the hearts of local theatre goers A most successfulweek seems promised them here No doubt much of the success of the company here is due to the gentlemanly manner companyhissagent Mr McBee Tonight they present the melo drama Fatal Error or a Soldiers Honor Madison Ind Daily Herald The above company will be at the I cityforGRAN rERA HOU5 E One Performance ERNEST SHIPMAN PRESENTS THE COMEDY OF As You Like It By William Shakespeare INTRODUCING Camilla Reynolds as Rosalind Jasnies J Brown as Orlando And Excellent Supporting Company A Complete Scenic and Cos tumed Production Sale of Seats opens for Subscribers Only on Wednesday October 28at Wines Drug Store at 9 a m For nori subscribers on following day Prices 25 50 75c and JI FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Kentucky especially in Marion and adjoining counties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from IOto60PER Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and bottomlandsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms showthemested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt biral atteiitionc1 Estate Co LEBANON KYIJohn MgrJ6sep3m Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors COURTELHadene On Petition linsttlteverifiedwith7th day of December 1903 or samewill be burred S E SCOTT M C M C C 30sip5t 0D JOE WHISKY MashEvery to ba pure It is of old style manu facture No- BEtlTER can be 1 fortnedlcinal pni thebest to Fanjily Trade 10 year old in jtijss lOOper gallon10 bol 5 5 t rNZ9 2CO 5II bqttle 3I2 II II juk8t210 Orders promptly filled PropOld erIoi 3 VP I A most superb line of Winter Goods has just been received at t A11 f Owen McKees Dry Goods Store on c the corner of Main and First j I They are handling also a beau A11t tiful line of readytowear Walking Skirts Wrappers Underskirts etc j 1 Their line of Hosiery Neck wear Notions ofall kinds is com cpleteI I Purchasers looking for nice goods polite attention and the best of 3 prices will do well to call at this placet j OWEN McKBBMain and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY I4tlLCOt tToCure a Cold in One Day I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 1 Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months This Signature Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs antI novelties Some as low as 3o per roll Window ShadesA- ll rolors and sizes from lOc on up in price PaintsWe distributors for Pattons Huh Proof Paints and carry a largestock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy lug elsew- hereWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade and prices to in terest you Picturesand Our stock embraces all the latest novelties and the prices will astonish you Geo1 M1ilIging 209WMAINSTN- ext door to Madison Natl Bank Strayed or Stolen From Chenault mining camp on Brush Creek Thursday night a black mare mule about 15 hands highwith brand on left jaw and harness ma k on hip A liberal reward will be paid for return of same Big Hill Coal Co oct42r Orlando Ky Style 6 In apart La Qires CripI box25c on IMoney to Loan lean get you money at 5 per cent in terest on long time in sums of 1000 or over on your farm property For particulars call on or address W B LETCIIKR JR apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky DIB SHACKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE IRezutar MYWLd HEADQUARTERS t u StyteStays galvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogsandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you howit will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days D1 Slinckelford Co Great Values in Fall Merchanidse L is I New Fall Merchandise holds thenow center of the stage All over bur If tk store immense f stocks oi seasonable merchandisegreater and bet er selected stocks theait that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city o WHITE GOODSJt It will afford great pleasure to thesee beautiful assortment of Cotton1fJt tinffs SiiitiinirR ft elegantcollectionneeceiiand Piques away Our Fal MillineryWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children instyles out of ordinary The most assortment in the city in feltbeaver ana fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right v i HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lisle threadand cotton Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this storeis the best of the Jfkind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all G Clothing and Shoe Department 3 Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains Weask in fairness to yourself to compare prIces You Will find we have therJ right prices Mens Suits 15 to 350 Boys Suits 6 duwn to 98cat all prices Come and see them Shoes iw rightpriceF i T I o 7 h1 i iFfu or- hjatr I = J Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call eye eeaTTa e DOT RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FO- Rt Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY OCT 28 1903 Your City Taxes are now past due Please call andsettle to avoid penaltyL City Collector Office at State Bank Trust Company 1m Next Monday will be County Court Day Nine inch nickel plated solid steel scissors at the Racket Store for 39 cents Next Tuesday will be rele ular November election Let every Democrat do his duty Call and see our beautiful line of splitwood clothes hampers and work baskets The Racket Store There will be preaching at the Baptist church Sunday followed by a business meeting Lynn the little son of Mrs Alleen Jackson Boggs is seriously ill ot stom ach and bowel trouble Donf forget that next Tuesday Nov 3 will be association day at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Julia H Higgins Examiner Stenographer and Typewriter Business solicited Telephons 354 71m Mr Jell Stone who recently pur chased a lot on Fourth street from Mr G G Prewitt has begun the erection of a neat cottage The Baptist church has extended- a call to Rev G W Shepherd of Cleveland Tenn to become pastor of the church at this place The little Mission Band of the First Presbyterian church is preparing to hold an A B C Sale in the near fi ture Watch 4or the date A much needed crossing has been put in on Fourth crossing over to Glvndon Avenue A gas post is an other welcome addition on that street Dr Weber of the Kentucky Wes leyan College at Winchester preached two very interesting sermons at the M E chnrch in this city on last Sunday Garfield Noland a young colored boy was fined S10 and cost by Judge Turpin Monday for hunting without permission on Dave Clienaults farm andwas sent to jail A large sized attendance last evening appreciated Ernest Khiptnans production of As You Like It The cos turning was tint only excellent bu perfect and the play was produced with much vigor and action Mis Reynolds made a decided impression and received excellent support from an evenly balanced company Bangor Me Daily News At Grand Opera House Saturday October 31 Estn Farm Sold Last Tuesday the farm near Fort Es tlll belonging to the estate of the late Major Jnhnnthan T Kstill was sold the purchasers being his daughters Mrs John Onuninghain and Mrs Laura Francis The price paul was 70 per acre e3 tqq ns 1 rop This is the last day of the supplimentary registration For Rest Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Donglrs Culton 21octf For 5aIeIMedium size rolltop office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES Estray Shoats Six shoats weighing 65 or 70 pounds came to my place about one month ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges David Hudson 28 3t Newby Ky Postponed The spelling match which was to have taken place tomorrow night in the lecture room of the First Presbyte rian church has been postponed until a later date which will be announced in due time For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 100 Will sell for 100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES For Sale or Rent My residence on Second street and Moberley Avenue comprising all nec essary outbuildings and fifteen acres of land For particulars call on or ad dress S Neville Moberley Richmond Ky Association Day Next Tuesday November 3 will be the regular Association day for the Puttie A Clay Infirmary It is earnestly desired that all the members be present as there will be very important business to transact A Day Later On account of election which oc curs on next Tuesday The CLIMAX will not be printed until Wednesday morning instead of Tuesday evening as is our custom Tills postponement is made so as to give our readers the result of the election Removals Rev W H Dodge and family are moving this week into the house recently purchased by the Presbyterian church The old Blanton home which has been occupied by Dr Dodge has been boughtby Mr R J Patton who will remove thereto as soon as some re pairing can be done For Pension Examiner By the death of Dr Phil Roberts a vacancy has been caused in the Board of Pension Examiners Dr H G Sand lin of this city is boosted for the place He is a most skillful physician a splendid gentleman and his appointment would be a source of much pleasure to his many friends Mr Cobb Injured j A painful accident befell Mr Harvey Cobb one day last week While driv ing to his home at Red House his horse became frightened at a passing train and threw Mr Cobb out of the buggy dislocating one arm His many friends are glad that the accident was no worse and hope that he will soon recover Spedal Rates Via L 8t A Ry On account of the State Reunion of Confederate Veterans at Louisville Ky Oct 29th the Louisville Atlan tic railroad will sell round triP tickets to Louisville Oct 28th and for trains due to arrive ir Louisville before noon on Oct 29th at rate of onetare plus 25Iceuts limited to return October 30th R A Woolums Soliciting Agent Read This If you want to see something swell and uptodate call at Miss Emma Goldens rooms and see the elegant line of samples for tailormade suits cloaks etc Miss Golden is agent for Charles A Stevens Brothers of Chi cago and is able to furnuli cloaks furs underwear in fact everything in the readymade line for both ladles and children Give her a call Prices are extremely reasonable Miss EMMA GOLDEN 28 2t Hobson Building r e E Death rage Co iJ Seeds Seeds SEEDS t J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that J- 1J I have all kinds of seeds to sell I am no old hay if seed either but I have ttof w r Tf J JthingsJ ableJ Remember have to not ito keep f c f c Ei Oeatherage Co t IL 7 4J II rF tFt 1v wr a M A n 41a A dllIl etfh CM tttr 11 ilP t 0 r a tIg gt J a GET THE HABITi Get the habit of going to Covington Banks for anything and everything worn by man or boy JTheir assortments are so extensive and complete that its easy to find there just what you want and larger buying enables them to offer values unequaled elsewhere in Richmond or Madison county while their system of One Price to everybody protects all against the possibility overchargesthe smallest iboy trades there in absolute security Start the habit now with Your fall andwinter buying it pays i-Suits Overcoats Boots Shoes Hats Underwear ShirtsEffdt Q J d 1I f Papa Will Gat And he doesnt as a rule realize the wifes discomforts and troubles while in the kitchen Patient mamma does the worrying You Ought to Buy a Gas Range and stop all that muss waste expense worry and dis comfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins only when you light the match to begin cooking sto- psRichmond the minute you are through Water Light Co WhIte Hall Sold On last Thursday the estate of the late General C M Clay was sold at public auction A tract of famous blue grass land comprising 360 acres much of which has not been plowed for years was bought by Mr Warfield C Bennett a trrandson of General Clay price paid being 83 50 per acre Another tract adjoining this and con sisting of 275 acres was purchased by Mrs James Bennett General Clays daughter for 73 per acre Public Sale I will offer at public sale on the premises 2J miles from Irvine on the Kentucky river on Thursday Nov 5 my farm consisting of 130 acres with rood orchard and all necessary out buildings At same time and place will offer for sale 35 bead cattle one short horn bull fiveyearold Jack threevearold stallion ten work mules 25 hogs 24 sheep and all kinds farming implements John Shepherd Irvine Ky Supplemental Registration The supplemental registration for the benefit of those who were sick or out of the city during the period of the regu lar registration has been in progress since Monday and will continue until 9 oclock tonight The party affiliation given up to yesterday noon was Demo cratic The count at that hourshowed Democrats 28 Republican 1- 3Indspendents1 This makes a total of 1047 voters registered in the city with a Democratic majority of 117 All the Worlds a Stage All the worlds a stage wrote Shakespeare and forthwith he proceeded to evolve creatures to make their entrances and their exits and for an age or two they have been doing it with no profit to the man who evolved them save perhaps a never dying glory a glory which will be triumphant when the present generation of playwrights and their puny works are gone and forgotten Of all the successes evolved by Shakespeare and he never know a failure As You Like It is without question the most charming and noteworthy play of the age and the character of Rosalind the most Interesting ever conceived In any age by any author The play is one which admits ofa massive scenic investiture and the playgoers of this community will have an opportunity oa Saturday October 31 at the Grand Opera House of seeing the most sumptuous produc tion made this season Dont forget this is the last day forRcptcrinJct GRAND DEMOCRATIC RALLY QOV BECKHAM Sen Joe Blackburn Hon W P Thome McCrearyi wLI address the citizens of Madison county on Thursday October 29 at 2 oclock Music Everybody invite to attendJ TEVIS COBB Chm How to Get Election Returns Messrs 0 E Woods and W F Fer rill manager of the W U Tel Co have secured the privileges for exhibiting theelection returns next Tuesday night in the lower court room of the Court House They wilt get returns every ten minutes from all over Ken tucky through the splendid Associated Press and will have bulletins from ev ery State in the Union where there is an election of especial interest being the Gubernatorial contest in Ohio and the Mayorality contest in New York City It is admitted U Ohio goes Dem ocratic Johnson will be a formidable candidate for President If New York City goes Democratic Roosevelts chances are sUm to carry Now York next year Admission 25 cents Captured la Hlfaeb Our readers will remember the kill log of Henry Letcher colored which occurred on the night of Dec 13 1002 by Sam Wilson a white man of the White Hall locality Letcher who with a number ot comrades were par ticipants in a game of craps was shot and instantly killed while Wilson made his escape Nothing had been heard from him until B abort time ago when news reached here frost Illinois that a man answering his description was running on a train as fireman be tween Bloomington and St Louis Deputy Sheriff Joe Terrill left at once for the scene and was successful In lo eating Wilson He WM brought back to this city where he ia M present in jail having so far made so application for bail Mr Terrill informed m that while in Bfoomlngtou lw called upon Ad laid Stevenson and had a delight M9RYtr 4tiQA l116h1h Will Soon Be Here Did you know that only a few more weeks will bring around hog killing time Those persons who propose putting 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 wav to kill your meat render the lard and make your sausage in fact put the meat in your smoke house Satis faction guaranteed Call on or address the undersigned before making arrangements DOUULAS CCLTON The Main Street Butchers oc2l6t Tel 125 Richmond Ky Public Sale As Admininistrator of the estate of WM Brumback deceased I will offer at public sale on the premises on Sat urday November 14at 2 oclock the following property 131acres of land situated on east prong of Otter Creek near Brookstown and is known as part of the Columbus Tribble farm About 15 acres of this laud is in corn and the balance in grass with good fencing and plenty of water At the same time and place will sell 100 shocks of corn Terms made known on dry of sale S J BRUMBACK Admr C M Curtis Auctioneer 28 3t Two SplendU Attractions The management of the I 00 F Grand Opera House is to be congratu hated on having secured no such splendid attractions as held the boards last Tuesday and Thursday nights A bril liant and appreciative audience wit nessed both At Cozy Corners and the Two Johns Lizzie Evans is the same graceful dainty and charming little actress as of old and she is supported by a most excellent company The plaj was greatly enjoyed and will be a pleasant memory in days to come to all who were present Again on Thursday night if possible a larger audience witnessed the funny musical farce the Two Johns If there is any truth in the saying that a ROod laugh is equal to a dose of medicine then our people should be greatly benefited From start to finish the house was in a roar The play was hill of sidesplitting situ atlons confusing mixups etc caused by the exact resemblance between the two Cousin Johns The whole com pany was an unusually strong one lbe next attraction will come on the thirty first when Shakespeares play As You Like It will be seen here Foot hall The Walters School defeated the Threlkeld Select School of Nicholas ville yusterday by a score of 16 to 0 The visitors outweighed the home team by about 12 pounds but could do noth ing against the Walters School defense or offenne At no time during the game was the Walters School goal in danger The playing of the Walters Schools backs and ends was exceptionally good The game was somewhat marred by delays caused by the visitors and consequently was much longer drawn out than necessary The lineup was as follows Walter Threlkeld Glass LE Smith Parrish Lt Baker Cobb LG Piatt M Collins 0 Arnett yneTateP BurdamR T Campbell Wallace R Ethicken J Million Capt n HB Pricfe Worrell if B Capt Wilds Merehori L H B Cohen onenSSumaaaryToitrhdowse Mershon 2 P Bamam l XSoals fro toechdowns 1UmpireDr harry Wanton ReCe1 Mr Baker of Nicholaevil- leTfmtikepersMr David Dunn ol RichraiHid d j Mr jteuth cf Nf cholaavlll- eLInOmenN Jons for Threlkeld Select jchool tAm Dx hsrage tor the WUiers SchOol Hjrf Y1rt ApdjijfAtAptgt Painfully InjSred Friends here of Mrs Harry Stotlgh of Lexington will regret to learn of the painful accident which befell her last Saturday at her home In some way she made a mistep and fell for ward throwing her whole weight on her left ankle thereby fractning the bone Mrs Stough is the wife of Chief of Detectives Harry Stough and has together with her daughter Miss Mary often visited here where she has nu merons relatives DEATHS DAVIS After a lingering illness ot consumption Mrs John Davis died last Wednesday at her home lit Red House Deceased was about fortyfive vears old and was a most estimable Christian woman Besides a husband she is survived by six children Mrs Davis was a sisterJnlaw of Mrs Ly man Parriah of this city After funeral services Friday her remains followed by a large concourse of friends and rel atives were interred in the Ship Parks burying ground near Red House ANDERSON Mrs M J Anderson wife of the well known Singer Sewing Machine agent died Sunday night at her home on Walnut street She had been a sufferer for some time with dropsy and it was that which caused her death Besides her husband there are several children to mourn her loss Before her marriage Mrs Anderson was a Miss McCollum of Cartersville and was a most estimable woman Her funeral took place yesterday after which her remains were buried in the Richmond cemetery DciiCAN The death of Miss Lissie Duncan which occurred on last Fri day came as a severe shock to her family and friends Although she had been in very poor health for quite a while her death was not expected Deceased who was a most lovable young woman was in her twentysec ond year and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Duncan Her funeral took place Saturday morning after which her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Besides her par ents she is survived by three brothers and two sisters The family has the deepest sympathy of all in their grie- fRoBExrsOnr community was very much saddened on last Wednesday when it became known that Dr Phil Roberts had died His death which was not unexpected came alter a long and painful illness His was a brave fight but his enemy death was one that is victor over all and the brave gentleman was finally unable to with stand longer the ravages of disease Dr Roberts was known for his dignified and manly demeanor and possessed no smallamount of that chivalry that characterized the knights of old He was as fine a type of manhood that we have ever had the pleasure to know and his death is a distinct loss to our community He was as true as steel to all who called him friend Besides a wife he is survived by one daughter Miss Eva and to these the tenderest sympathy is extended After funeral services Thursday his remains were laid to rest beside those of his son Roy who preceded his aged father only a few months MATRIMONIALBUTLERSTLVEESNr ler of Estill county and Miss Mary E Stivers of this county were married at the residence of Rev A J Tribble who performed the ceremony SEEARZRXrnsvMr Mat Shearer a well known stockman of this place and Mrs Nannie Kieet who has for some time conducted the Richmond Hotel were quietly married last wed- nesday evesiag- JAXASRE5VASMr Alexander P Jamea formerly othi city and Mesa AHha Reeves of RiekuMMd Kr were 4utlI veltackpr m at the home of the brides mother The news of the marriage is an interesting surprise to tbe friends of the couple The bridegroom Was in busi ness here and left Lexington about a year ago to take a position with the L N railroad in Cincinnati The bride is an attractive and talented young woman and the couple have many friends to give them good wishes After November 1 tbe bridal couple will be at home to friends in Ludlow Ky Lexington Democra- tIcoHARBERMr Richard Igo and Miss Willie Harbor both prominent young people of the county were mar ried last Wednesday evening at the home of the brides parents near Red House the ceremony being said by Rev Hugh McLellan in his most im pressive style The bride who is a petite brunette is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs William Harber She possesses a character as beautiful as is her bright young face and she is loved by a wide circle of friends The groom is a pros perous young farmer of the White Hall locality He is highly respected and in one of our countys most influ ential young citizenly The best wishes of hosts of friends are extended to the happy couple SiiROPsniBKCnBNAULT The marriage of Miss Emily Chenault to Mr J Cliff Shropshire of Lexington occurred last Thursday at high noon at the home of tbe brides mother near town The wedding was kept very quiet and to a majority of friends came as a sur prise Only the relatives and most in timate friends witnessed the ceremony after which Mr and Mrs Shropshire left for the grooms home in Favette county which is a beautiful country place on the Bryant Station road The bride is the only daughter of time late Anderson Chenault and is possessed of many lovable traits She has visited extensively throughout Central Ken tucky and is exceedingly popular wherever known Here in her home town is she known and loved the best and it is with regret that her many friends give her up At the same time we congratulate Mr Shropshire most heartily upon haying won so charming a bride The groom is very popular in his home county and in Lexington The CLIMAX joins in wishing Mr and Mrs Shropshire unlimited happiness GALBRAiTnCnENAOLT A marriage which had been looked forward to with untold pleasure was solemnized on last Wednesday at noon when Miss Erie Chenault of this city and Mr Edwin F Galbraith of Jacksonville III were made one Owing to the se rious illness of Mrs Sndie Chenault the wedding which was to have been a social event was very quiet and only the relatives and a few friends were present The ceremony was said by Rev Preston Blake of Lexington and was simple and beautiful The marri age occurred at the handsome home of the brides brother Mr DlI Chenault Promptly at the appointed hour Mr W A Thomas began the wedding march to the strains of which the bri dal party entered First came the ush ers Messrs Jeptha Chenault this city and John Burnsides Lancaster Then came the maid of honor Miss Carolyn Reid of Mt Sterling Following her came the fair bride leaning on the arm of her brother Judge John C Cher ault They were met in the center of the parlor by the groom and his best man Mr Clarence Kenney of Paris All during the ceremony which was of the Episcopalian form Mr Thomas softly played Schumanns Traumerei and at the conclusion Mendelssohns wedding march was played while the happy couple walked out to the carri age which took them to the 145 L N train They went direct to Pine nowIvisiting Mr Galbraiths parents and after November first they will be at home In Jacksonville Ill Both of these young people are too well known hereto need an introduction and words fall almost powerless to describe the quali ties of either The bride has always resided here and in this county and Is beloved by everyone She belongs to a noble family and is blessed with a bright cordial nature that throws sun shine all around her Lucky is the young man who now calls herhis wife Mr Galbraith attended Central University here several years ago and was a recognized favorite prominent in college fraternity and social circles He is steady and upright possessed of the highest moral convictions and is a young man of whom any girl might well be proud To Mr and Mrs Galbraith our very heat andmost sin cere wishes are extended and we only voice the sentiment of a multitude of friends when we say that it is with deep regret we give up Miss Erie hut what is our loss is Jacksonvilles gain I APPEARANCES GO A GREAT WAY I r2t Men who wear clothes have awakened to the fact that a well made suit looks better than a shop made suit We are showing some of the most elegant woolens in Suitings Overcoatings and Trousering that can be found in eastern markets We have the exclusive right to represent B Stern Sonsoi New Yock who can make Clothing to fitNOT READY MADE but made to measure Leave your Measure with us RICE AND ARNOLD r I 4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS Ih MILLER ATTORHKYATLAW RICHMOND KKKTOon Office n theBurnam Building next door to armera National Bank feb3ly a stzrJ-4 ATTOBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHBNAULT ATTORNEYSATLAII RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY I rOIDce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oftiee in John Bennetts old law office over Perry iThomas drugstore- PETSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PH YMCIAXS ANn SURUEOXS RICHMUNDKENTUCKY Hobson betIding JUlnStreetOffic a i jUt Dr fl L JASPER ill D Medicine and Surgery Olhw Stouffor Building Main Street rwphon at residence the Carr place on Broadway IUIMoNDKitsrnoKY W EVANS MD PHYSICIAN AND SUKQKON Rt ioDKRrUCK E 0 Vance D 0 JlrsJE OVance DO Osteopathic Physicians State Dank 1 Trust B g Literature furnished on Int lie tion CONSULTATION FREE graduates Southern School of Oatheopathy DENtAL SURGERY 1 OaVavAvxve t oVisoTv DBNTIST OP LODISVILLB KY jOke next door to Oo enu wnt Betiding aichmsnd Ky Ottlee hMra to 1X1 to novlTly r vM Blanton 33 DENTIST office III Bennett Building Uanly TKLKPIIONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday October 21 1903 ICodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat ATTENTION k We have moved our produce business 3from 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 Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Secondstreet 2janlv RICHMOND KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup touinille Si itlutic Mrgi DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraaillesIjavrrenceburir Shel I 805 am 345pmandFor Irvine lMam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and IlMam Cincinnati i dtltp m From Irvine 335 pm O M DROWNING Qen Mgr Venalllei Ky- R A Woolumi 8 A Richmond X Stops tho Cough and Works 02 tho cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Trwets cure a cold in one dav No cure no pay Price 25 cents ro THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence IJJ Veare pleased tostatethat it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle 1 Simmons Searcv Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters I V Whitlock John btapp Burton Roberts J WTeater- J W Prewltt LA Ve rren r C McWharter Blckner Early JTCoy R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruth ton Edenton Cottonburg Paint Lick allacetou Berea Kirksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses Wo can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES inndo tQ fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for elam s not of a ery unusual strength For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are prtllllltlyextCnted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand ly L 1 N1 Time Tails Ar No Cincinnati and Livings Lv h46 p m ton EXIe6S sonth bound 1246 p No 6 Cinnatl and Livings 125 p m ton Express north bound 155 pm No Clnnatl and Livings 84 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Cinnatl and Livings 1106pm ton Ex south bound llOSpm No 10 Stanford and Slays vllle Aocm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 77 p m yule Aocm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No n Richmond and Stan 430pm ford north bound Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land forrent apr 1tf Harvey Chenault SCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep temher a Highclass Private School at Ki rksville 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 The 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 inquiries to G P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherd = Kirkeville Ky L1B BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsaprolyrPhone 85 jJldFLOUR Where 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 t a Elliston Mill Company Phone J663 WACO KY t Wwl Carding in Season ItflJJJt 6irIiYoung this period of life or their mothers are earnestly invited to write Mrs Pinkham for advice all such letters are strictly confidential she has guided in a motherly way hundreds of young women and her advice is freely and cheerfully given girlsOften to recover the lost vitality Sometimes it is never recovered drythroughrendered severe Then begin ailments which should be removed at once or they will produce constant suffering Headache faintness slight vertigo pains in and loins irregularity loss of sleep and appetite a tendency to avoid the society of others are symptoms all indicating that womans archenemy is at hand Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has helped many a young girl over this critical period With it they have gone through younggirlhearty womanhood A Young Chicago Girl Studied Too Hard U DEAR MRS PINKHAM I wish to thank you for the helpand ben efit I have received through the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound and Liver Pills When I was about seventeen years 0- 1health I suddenly seemed to lose my usual and vitality Father said I studied me Miss MRS INKRAII my duty all young women how much E Pinklmms wonderful done for me was run down care for kind of society now now have gained seven of flesh three all young who suffer from weak Miss ALMA Mich is the one sure remedy relied young girls life 5000 goodI FORFEIT cannot forthwith the original ahoy t nlali which will prove their absolute Lydia Vlnkluuu Co Mat r BaIl Bea- ringDensmore Only absolutely ball bearing typewriter ever offered See it belore dering or any other Only with that and equipped with back spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to Write for catalogue or wo will have salesman call upon you cash and payments Dn more owrihr o 323 W Fourth tit Cincinnati 0 JOS R Lock 282 Fayette Phone 1715 KY i lithe roots not quite deadIA ED ijIK t Eaude Ii Hair I I a I a I I I I U I I a I V we ol te au K or are 0 is efficacious j It is a positive dandruff It goodsetofhairhom V I 1 i falling out will U render beauttfnl tresses all luxuriant I glossy 125000 V Sutcs- f 4 os bottle SOc Sac bottl lK2 Amtar Cures Rheumatism and Ca tarrhMedicine Send no money write and try Botanic Blood Balm at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B killor destroys the poison In the blood which causes the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains diffi legsboneof rheumatism or the foul breath hawking droppings throat bad Hying before the all played out of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of ciihea of 30 or 40 standing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed Most ot these cured patients taken Blood Balm as u hut resort It Is eeperialyadviq ed for chronic deepseated cases Im possible for anyone to suffer the agonies or symptoms rheumatism or catarrh while or after Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and thereby a healthy blood suppy Cures upDrugof Blood Balm and pre paid advice by scribing your trouble and Blood Balm Co Ga 1m We have nevershown a larger stock Carryalls Surries Buggies and rnna 0UdISPla1lnlourthem before We also repairing rejoining in best manners at moderate prices lie rubber tire applyed and for one year and us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Prop A Love Letter Wouldnot Inlereet fou lyo1ire look ing for a guaranteed Salve for Sores Burns or Piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mq writes yrith an ugly sore for a year but a box Buekletis Arnica Salve me Jts the bust Salve on earth 25c tM druggists 1m p il J hard but the doctor thought different and prescribed tonics1which took the quart one day in the paper of Mrs Pinkhams great cures and finding the symptoms described swered mine give E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound trial did not say word to the doctor bought it myself and took it according directions regularly for two months and found that gradually improved and that all pains left and was my old self once more LILLH E SINCUUB 17 E 22d St Chicago ill Pratt Unable to Attend School DEAR feel it to tell Lydia Vegetable Compound has completely unable to attend school and did not any but feel like person and pounds in months recommend it to women female ness PRATT Holly Lydia E PinMiams Vegetable Compound to be upon at period inn produce letters and signatures genuineness Medicine lynn The buying machine standard machine pointer points operate our Sold for easy T POWER Box LEXINGTON always cure will keep the more bottlesoUnanerrUth inthe United 7 51 Sent FreeI simply spitting in hearing specks eyes feeling had of taking rich giving pie sent free also special medical de writing Atlanta of examine buying do and best guaranteed Call see MJDKIFF 01 suOered of cured an Lydia to and A Cure For Dyspepsia I had Dyspepsia In its worst form and felt miserable most all the time Did not enjoy eating until after I used Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure which has completely cured me Mrs iV W Saylor Milliard Pa No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breAth sour risings indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles are quickly cured by the use of Kodol Kodol represents the nat ural juices of digestion combined with the greatest known tonic and recon structive properties It cleanses purifies and sweetens the stomach Sold by E C Wines 1m The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop flower Pots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store A boon to travelers Dr Fowlers Extract of Strawberry Cures dysen tery diarrhoea seasickness nausea Pleasant to take Ants promptly All druggists 1m Call us up by phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubbectire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Monarch over pain Burns cuts sprain stings Instant reliet Dr Thomas Electric Oil At any drugstore 1m Mrs Lee Maupin has opened up a firstclass inillinerv establishment the store room formerly occupied by Mr Lee Smiths She has on hand now a full line of readytowear fall half and she desires the patronage of all of her friends 3t The Salve That Heals Without leaving a sear is DeWitts The name Witch Hazel is applied to manyjsalves but DeWitts Witch Ha zl Salve is the only Witch Hazel Salve marie that contains the pure unadultera tel witch hazel If any other Witch Hazel Salve is offered you it is a coun terfeit E 0 De Witt invented Witch Hazel Salvo and DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the best salve in the world for cuts burns bruises tetter or blind pilesSoldNotice I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres el 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 tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly whiteoak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either sell or exchange the above property for goods It will pay any one desir ing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please purchaser S C CAKKIKK Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale ttis land is also well iniprovfcd 200 acres of which is used tblsprilperty1ftfine stock farm could pot sqcnre better property juuSSmo AN ADDRESS TO VOTER OF KENTUCKY Issued by State Committee on CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Gentlemen At a Commercial Con rention of the State of Kentucky helfl In the city of Louisville on the 2d and 4th days of June 1903 the under sIgned were appointed a committee for the purpose of bringing the amendment to the constitution of the state which it to be voted upon at the November 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 Usan measure vitally affecting the Interests of all citizens of the stato noImatter what their party affiliations occupations may bo or where their places of residence are situated The beneflclal effects which will fob low the adoption of the amendment are so vast that they can hardly be estlmatod The evil that will result If by any chance the amendment should fall of adoption will be disas trous In the extreme to the best In terests of the state The adoption of the amendment will not change in the least the present eye 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 mantocturers merchants and financial Institutions In the cities and towns of our state are now tremen dously handicapped In competing with those In other states by the provision of our state constitution which requires 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 oth er states In which the competitors of our manufacturers merchants and financial Institutions are located so that our people In these lines of busi ness are at a great disadvantage in competing with those of other states and the result Is that our existing in dustries do not grow as they should new Industries are not established In our state In as large number and Im portance as In other states which doI not possess anything like our natural advantages but In which taxation is not nearly so burdensome and onerous as In Kentucky The provision of our constitution which the amendment after Its adoption will cure also operates to drive capital from our midst and compels that which remains with us to charge us higher Interest rates when we nor row money than we would have to pay It 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 mend ment 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 em ploying still more men If you want more consumers for your farm products and mare buyers at your counters If you want lower Interest rates when you borrow money If you want to lessen your state and county taxes In a word If you want as much 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 Stat 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 tn overwhelming vote In Its favor STATE COMMITTEE CONSTITU TIONAL AMENDMENT 9 B SAVAGE Chalrajan Ashland Bro C lON 1aducah W 0 Noun Louisville J N LXONAXD Eddrrllle los L LAXDKS HopkinsvlllaV- iLBUm P BIOTOE RusselTlUe- Wu A RoWlNaoK LouIsville J Hi KNOTT Lebanon JLLYAK L TBm r LoulsTllls RIca P EMfai Covineton- HBNBT T DUMOAH Lexington 0 L HEABCT Waco HCXBY L STOKE Louisville QAXBCTTS WALL llajiyllle n K PEBBY Winchester- W L BBOWH London 0 P JL Quiu Ssowtarr LouUrffl D M Doyle a farmer near Millers burg committed suicide by hanging A department of dressmaking has been established at Ruskin Univeisity It la stated that the tomb of Emmett the Irish patriot has been discovered in St Peters churchyard Dublin Two work trains on the Pennsylva nia railroad collided nearTrenton Nij J and 15 or 16 workmen were killed mmi iQn r aie Q Lamb Pitt against C R Toddi Heirs DHs NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Dy virtue ot a Judgment and Order of Sole of theSeptemberstyle cans pursuant to Judgment of Septem HToddsMonday Nov 2 03 Between the hourS of oclock a rn and 12 oclock m at the Court House door In Rich mont Madion counly Ky oelng Novemier counly court day proceed to expose to Pnbllo lotlowingA Certain Lot situated in the Dilllngham Addition in the InBlockuddltion to the city of Richmond Ky and sideofJoe Shiackelford and Wm Parks producethesumof hereofTERMS of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good oecurity for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment tearing Jegal interest upouaaldpaid ZSCOr Mr OX Co A TEXAS WONDER f HALLS GREAT lSCOVERYI One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail oji eeceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will pure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trquble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JOilS A RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The fatuity bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery ti or50c1OO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It foils Trial Bottles free n n n MEAT MALT THE IDEAL ECONSTPUCTIVEI Theres Life and A scientific combination cf the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Jaoaaiyzi i NEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Harms examined your Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with its and mode of manufacture I can state Out it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites tne appetite and invigorates digestion and is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all disca attended with debility Yours truly L D KASTENBINE il D Louisville Colleee of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Loulsvlllo K For Snip iwB L Middelton Por Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No No3 NO4 No5No No7 No8 No9No NonNo Nol Nol No 15 No 16 Jlo17 No 18 No 19 No 2C No 21 No 22 NO 21 No 24 It 25 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two halls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 Sloe less than original cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild logs A great bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building in good repair Price sim will buy a good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40z 200 feet Price produc1nltfarmresidence barn and other outbuild Jugs Price 4200 Good farm containing abont 130 acres good resldencelham and other Im locality Price nwo Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No s Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each Good cottage In firstclass condition cUterd etc Price 500 Handsome twostory residence In best part of lot and aU necessary out buildings A bar atI3IXX Nice residence containing seven ellyLargenecessary 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 outbuildingsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres of land five acres In grass and two In garden good orchard undgrape bnildingThis a thriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price I5W InlUchmondcityLni0x250ieet A residence in eood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet Price52SlQA nice residence for any one desir- Ing nn ideal home One cf tho best constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighICottage on a nice resident street cotllttinlng four rooms and neces sary outbuildings Can be pur chased on the installment plan AI great barplll at1l00 Will paint residence for pUrchaserIAn ideal necessaryoutlluhidingaiimoluding Price I12UO Will sell paintresidence couJIportlies sItuated in best residenceportion of city Stable coal house buildingdesiring a ulcehonie Farm near Kingston on Berea turoplke containing 63 acres can grassUsoldaeDtyflvewood twenty barrels of corn and proP1ertyatvtlce eightinilefrornthigcity grass U AI good farm and thislant1LocalityIIfIitJa II u AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhition HOOSEIR DISC DRILL RBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING +++ CALL AT+ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation leonine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap S Phone 3 Second St WeakHearts Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble indigostiorm onlytraceablegestion 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 0U7S had stomach troubla and was In a bad state as had heart trouble with It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cur for about four months and It cured me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holding 2J4 times the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by EO DeWlTT of 00 CHICAGO For sale byPerry Thomas OneEye At a Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ ill sight- A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles b a cVeXactS- xy Sk 1tcmotll h9 diOAIES sooo A DAY Watches I This is the Irrersoll t Dollar Watch F flawestcarries the strong est guarantee and has a larger sale than other watches Perf ct in accuracy size and style other lJI75e deakai where t Robt 11 ldhyusrortoolrooUetFreeJ Dept 51 J FEMALE WEAKNESS StPonmixnOct 17 leOs superiortoand I knoW whereof I speak I auf suppressedmenstruation throughmywouldswellfeltdiscouraged ofCardaiaweekthearouleaofCardullstht aU suffering womsu knew of Itsrood Lrjl j 15a4 Treasurer Portland Economic League fanalecures permanently nineteen out of every cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or areIofqmean female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine todayWINE0F CARDUI TX II I FIRE FIREici iWe have just received from R J iCOtof Boston l line of Ladies IMisses Childrens and Mens i I siios 1that was slightly damagedm their big fire which we put on sale atI4 12 Price 0 for the next ten days You will find f these shoes to be strictly up to date Iand a great many not damaged at all ri Also remember we will give 13 Off IIand Heavy Underwear for ten days only Yours for Bargains = The Globe Store I208 Main Street formerly John G Taylor SOtli W p 0 c ERECT JrUfr CORSFLThare the only make in the world with r rIcE1 rnodelsforevcrypossiblebtrildoffigure uy momrstyl s The Ert t Form follows your own contourIt di r pressuronthebustcrabdomtnbutg esagraceful effict t inatraighthincErctForn973 EreotForm97asameasaborebtdecteoudl i F rm95 Improvedforaverage fipur gtjErect Form 972 developed figure I5CErectjvX abdomen and hips 0 t VVvv trectFermgeeporfullReulwlmc u Jjv10I V Ght Ntwest Er fFormioar I nf-heonhpprcpcrmodeIforffenjgAsj v e 711 at S3 fltyU 1111 ltesWeingartenNootbu ctcia ni the place otiS W LEct Fcna Acerpo IIQItt A Perfect Painless Pill thesyRtemISet headacheand 1111tworJWins UtileEarK Risers Bob Moor otherplusWhHe DeWjtiR Lhtte Early wiemlm r yonrIfor the coining season We make pecalty of tine repair worknd era womkmnentaLlE4lltnalt matte if required We also have on Jiatnl aconi lule line of tivto hiojgttljrlltlaMJrI Sf MiuKt11Itop