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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if I- T1i1Ji- j l tf fL T7 THE RICHMdNDCLIX r VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4 1903 NUMBLY 24 PHONE 80= m7Jffi 1 IEverything 1 I ItR c S AT THE It IS BRAN NEW our fall season in your city our of in line is new Jr We no to sellj r and we in you J Our Stock v Of i ir and Hats are all in fact we are in these lines are to lor space If you need in lines dont fail to see us your us to see us too to be can ffi I 7 7v l 71 7II 7 Banking The says you can bank on it saves the cot jof at least one five The on f it him a Ii PROl P if t i71 7IT 7r 71 71 71 m + being first for t stock every have old goods The latest i Etc daily take Shoes complete crowded andwe + willing exchange bargains something these before making choice Any from means you your S and friends tkat they may learn wise and buy where they secure the best goods for the least money Cor Main and First Streets Ky on practical painter Fattens SunProof Paint because painting every years painter bank6 itIbecause gives reputation In is made in rxact proportions of the mo t dumhle materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is the best spread ing longest wearing paint and has the most brilliant and lasting colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of j Paint knowledge and Advice free to J PATTON PAINT C akc St Milwaukee Wis p FOR SALE BY t George M WillgiQg 4 Wall Paper Gloss S e w L KUTOHKR G W EVANS JR c A of V V tEverything for the home V c can be found in our store V n r j fj Jfit r We are at home at old stand on Main street and we the best A I polite attention se V a US a r Main Street Ky J4 I 116 Row Drill Snowfna Boln Disk und ShoeJ 71 ittajar ts Grit Proof Bearings to Oislcs- 9fl fWWl crrion used last 71UVJ nsuarfjj lect satlslarttei Perfect C inec cat og make siden Sead for mlcea end cat II No sIAMERICAN Xl I iln iiml J SEEDING MACHINE CO LOUISVILLE KY Ii E C WINES STORE Goods HUSTLING CASH STORE etThis business fallstuff entirely thingsin 1Fall Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams Percales rare arriving pleasure showing Poll and Winter Clothing purchase willsend neighbors m lACKEY HAMilTON Richmond Paint PattOilS SVN Fall Paints cwFfrmcMagnificient Stock Goods beautiful suitjeverybody Joplins guarantee andmost Jgive call Crutcher 0 Evans Richmond uh1MIcenhiicIcy DRUG I InierchariieabIeDiskorShoe SHCESWith woresIOOdCropl Jinnouneem cuts FOR COUNTY ATT iRNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R LKTrHKR JR ranriidate for County At tortiy subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce R H CKHOKK a candidate for founty Attorney Knbject to the action of h Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R SHACKKLFORL a candidate for County Attorney of Modison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO It LIARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison County subject to the action ot the Democrat- Ic authorized to announce B B Million a candidate for Sheriff of Mitdison County sub ject to the action Democratic Party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS of Baldwlu a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C GRiaGSas a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce X B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub ject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce J B DOZ1ER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub vt to the action of the Demficatic party Wears authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to nnnounce PETER G PA RitiSil a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subject to the action of the liemocratic arc 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 KKNNKDY of w est End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison ounty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party l e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a cxudidaht for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Jt U TER RI LI J It a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tue action of the Democratic partyFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate f r Superintendent of Pub lic Schools of Madison county subject to the uction of the Democratic parly We ore authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We lire authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action ofthe Democratic imrty FOR ASSESSOR Ae are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a Candidate for Assesur of dlson county subject to the aoll n of the Democratic party We art authorized to announced B P GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county nuliject to the action of the Demo cratic partICures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dill youhaveeating sore Hcrfuln eczema itchinps pimplykitirally blond or skin dinewe take Bo nnic Blood latin B B B according 10 dilution Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is millie pure mill in the skin free from every eruption Hnrtgivinc tin rirh glow otpnrfect he Uh to tire skin At the Rcviiifi tilOA H B B improves tho di geation cures dispepsia strengthens weak kiilnnyB Ju4 the medicine for old people as It gives them newvtr ornas blood DruEfrits 1 per large nottle with directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writine Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe tronbln and special free medical advIce nlso stit In sPill Id letter B n B i peci llrllfvid fur ohronic1on leited cases of impure blood and gkin disease and cures aiterall else falls Iru OrJS JInoy who hud practiced vnedjclne for CO years is dead at Franklin Hives eros terrible torment to the llttln folks and tt some older onr Easily cured Drmtis Ointment nnyor fails Instant reief porpianeat cure At any drug store 50 cents lUll Kentucky PickUps THE WORK OF ROBBERS A House Ransacked and Poisoned Ad ministered to the Occupants Perryvllle Ky Oct 27 Robbers ransacked the house of Robert Rob inson a wealthy farmer near here Sunday night and administered pot son to Robinson and his wife which will probably result In one death at least A neighbor called at their home Monday afternoon and found both unconscious A physician was summoned and administered antidotes Mrs Robinson will die but her husband may recover Paris green and corrosive sublimate were found In the coffee pot and corrosive sublimate was also found In a crock of milk Exter nal evidence showed that the couple bad prepared breakfast Monday morn Ing and shortly after eating were ta ken ill They then administer a quan tity of lard to counteract the effects of the poison Owing to their Isolation they were unable to summon assistance and their condition would not have been known but for the accidental visit of a neighbor The house waX ransacked and everything of value Is missing but owing to the precarious condition of the aged people the prop erty loss Is not known Detectives are working on the case This Is believed to be one of a series of daring robberies committed In tins past two weeks In Boyle and Mercer counties The home of Allen Edelen a wealthy stock raiser was raided by robbers last week and a watch diamonds and other Jewelry were taken As In the Robinson case poison was also admin istered to the Edelen family presum ably with the Intention of destroying the traces of robbery The robbers cooked meals and dined at both places WITH A RAZOR Niece of J B Marcum Committed Sui cide Near Jackson Jackson Ky Oct 27Miss Belle Little 24 committed suicide at Elka town this county by almost severing her head from the body with a razor Her mother and sisters wete In the adjoining room and hearing a groan rushed In to find the pretty young sui cide writhing in the agonies of death A note pinned carefully In her hair told the tale of her unhappiness and gave her reasons for ending her life Miss Little was a niece of the late feud leader JB Marcum who was killed last May In the courthouse here while standing in the door with Capt EwenHer father Jack Little was killed four years ago in a fight by John WI son the latter being convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to serve throj years In the penitentiary He was re cently released Death of a Ministers Wife Lexington Ky Oct 27Mrs Em ma R Golightly 30 wife of Rev T J Golightly a minister of the Christian church died here after several weeks Illness She was graduated at State college and taught for some months in the city schools resigning to marry only a few months ago ExGov Bradley Is Better Louisville Ky Oct 27Former governor W O Bradley Is a little bet ter This announcement was made Monday night by Miss Christine Brad ley who said she was not alarmed over her fathers condition Gov Brad Icy may be able to be out in a few days Albert C Breit Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Oct 27Former Councilman Albert C Breltb dJ suddenly Monday night at his home 544 East Third st of valvular heart affection He was out Saturday In his us ual health but was taken Sunday night with a sinking spell Overrun With Burglars Greenup Ky Oct 27The town of Sprlngvllle this county Is overrun with a gang of burglars In one night Ho less than six burglaries were reported It Is thought the gang landed there on a freight train and are in hid ing during the day The Madstone Adhered Two Hours Milton Ky Oct 27The 8yearold son of Mike Giltner of Carrollton was bitten through the right hand by a dog The boy was brought here and the celebrated madstone of Mr Lanes was applied It aonered to the wound about two hours Dropped Dead In a Saloon Owensboro Ky Oct 27Mlles Ver tres fell in a barroom In Calhoun Monday afternoon and was dead when reached The dead man was 66 years old and leave a family He was trustee of Calhoun and had served with the union army Minstrel Show by Militiamen Jackson Ky Oct 27The provost guard stationed here made its debut Sunday night In a new role The offi cers assisted by several privates and some local talent gave a Negro min show to a packed house at the court house Gang Whipped an Aged Man Mayking Ky Oct 27A gang of kuklux or regulator outlaws went to the home of John Moore aged 80 a wealthy pensioner near Beaver creek and after robbing him of 150 whip ped him into Insensibility The Water Supply Failed Winchester Ky Oct 27The wa ter works reservoir has gone dry and the town Is without fire protection The electric lIght and street car power plant Is also crippled as its water supply is cut off A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep seated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion mdwho was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She Bays The coujthlnglndstrainin so weakened lie that I Tall down in weight from 148 1092 I tried a number of remedies to no avail until 1 used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal byEWages of engineers on the Big Four railroad have been increased from 5 to 8 per cent No matter how long you have bad the cough If it hasnt already develop ed iiUo consumption Dr Woods Nor way Pine Syrup will vitro it flm Clarence Earl ol Grant county died as the result ol being Rcclf1ttalrJsh by Will Perkins orCa oUtoDil THEOLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE MOTHER AND CHILD PERISH The Babys Clothing Took Fire From An Open Grate Vanceburg Ky Oct 29Two persons are dead and several badly burn ed as the result of an accident to a childAt Quincy near here the Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd AnderS- On crept too near an open grate Her clothing caught fire The mother sprang to the rescue Both she and the child were so badly burned they died three hours later Neighbors seeing mother and child In flames rushed In and saved the vIc- tims from cremation Several of the rescuers were badly burned SEPARATE COACH LAW A Colored Man Will Sue the Chesa peake Ohio Railroad Co Lexington Ky Oct 29J Alex ander Chiles a prominent colored law yer of this city who was made to comply with the separate coach law while a passenger on the Chesapeake Ohio road through Virginia several months ago has gone to Clifton Forge where he will Institute suit against the road for damages Chiles occupied a seat In the white compartment Tuesday night saying that he was determined tho railroad company should accord him the privilege of a firstclass passenger WAYLAID AND ROBBED A Winchester Man Attacked In the Red Light District Lexington Lexington Ky Oct 29J P Shar key of Winchester was waylaid In the red light district Wednesday morning and robbed of a 100 bill and other smaller change He had no watch on him when found and was in too dazed a condition to give an ac count of himself He had two gashes in his head He was taken to the hos pltaL His name was learned from checks found in his pockets He had driven to this city in a buggy Virtually a Victory For Hunter Louisville Ky Oct 29By a vote of 8 to 5 the republican state central committee Wednesday night held that the affidavit of J Sherman Cooper chairman of the republican committee of the Eleventh district declaring D C Edwards the regular nominee of the party in that district Is null and void and that Cooper is not the governing authority of the imrty In that district Fatally Beat His Assailant Sergent Ky Oct 29Mander Poll y 28 of Knott county while Intoxi cated approached John D Fugate 34 Iin a store at Ola near here and open fire at close range Fugato was unarmed Polley fired four shots In suc cession when FugatB wrested the re- Volver from his hand and struck Pol ley three times across the forehead with It Inflicting fatal wounds Prohibited In Kentucky Frankfort Ky Oct 29The marriage of J M Sattell In Cincinnati last week to his daughterinlaw has caused dissolution of the grocery firm of Saftell Son the son buying the fa thers share he having made a give ortake proposition The Kentucky statutes prohibit the marriage of a man to his sons widow Traction Line In Operation Covington Ky Oct 29The new Erlanger traction line was opened Thursday morning There will be but one car which will make the round trip in one hoar The car will not cross to Cincinnati The distance will be to the St Marys cemetery and return to Court avenue She Married a Kentuckian Marshall Mo Oct 29Mlss Essio Conway and Ernest Frye were married in this city Wednesday night by Elder W H 1 Wharton of the Christian church Miss Conway Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Conway and the groom Is a prominent planter of Cynthlana Ky May Lose tine Sight of His Eye Lexington Ky Oct 29 Through a spark which new from the head of a match which C C Stewart traveling passenger agent of the Cincinnati oristrlklngof losing the tight of his left eye Mr Madden at Louisville Louisville Ky Oct 29John E Madden arrived here Wednesday night from New York to Inspect his horses whici are being trained at Churchill Downs He reports a remarkable turf Reason In the east running over 50 000 In stakes and purses Captured After a Desperate Fight Mayking Kf Oct 29Hart Kelley who led the band that whipped and robbed John Moore of Beaver creek recently was arrested Tuesday night after a fierce battle Kelley did not give up until two bullets had wounded ton Fired at From Ambush Frankfort Ky Oct 29W S Kls singer who owns and operates a load pine near Swltzer oa the Frankfort Cincinnati railway In this county WRS fired upon from ambush Tuesday afternoon Tint was not hurt A Noted Outlaw Capt Lexington Ky Oct 29ititReynolds captala of the noted talfisa band of outlaws tar whose contuse a reward of 6900 has been Captured W dnesday by the Kentucky aoUEtains la Boston tier are e j Qiy i tmlf 1sctriejUgit fec set jeiSUJ HUNTEREDWARDS DISPUTE The Matter Is Still Before the Ken tucky Courts Frankfort Ky Oct 28Appellate Judge Settle before whom Dr W Podfrey Hunter entered a motion to Dissolve a temporary restraining order granted to Mr Edwards his opponent for the seat of the late Congressman Borelng to prevent county clerks of the district from placing his Hunters name on the ballot as the re publican nominee Tuesday afternoon overruled the motion as having been made prematurely and also on the ground of lack of jurisdiction Ed wards motion for an injunction will now be heard before Judge Faulkner of the Clay circuit court on Thursday next and should It be granted Dr Hunter will appeal to Judge Settle to dissolve it The state central com mittee of the republican party has been called to meet at Louisville on Wednesday to if possible settle the dispute within the party lines Both whoIIng the court proceedings left Tuesday night for Louisville to attend tho meeting of the party committee LIVED IN POVERTY But For Many Years a 1000000 Estate Awaited the Woman Owensboro Ky Oct 28 Living In the flats of Panther creek and with the winters of 80 years on her head Mrs Nancy Short has received a mes sage from England to the effect that she is heiress to money In the Bank of England and real estate amounting to over 1000000 Mrs Shorts grandfather William Steele died many years ago and will ed his vast estate and money In bank to her father In the meantime with her father she had come to America When the grandfather died efforts to locate William Steele Jr In this coun try proved futile until a few weeks ago when Mrs Short wrote to one of wasthenlremembered to transfer the estate to Mrs Short Her father died several years ago Couple Wedded In a Car Owensboro Ky Oct 28Henry Carter and Miss Vona Thompson two prominent young people of Ohio coun ty started to Owensboro to be married by Rev J B Hocker They learn ed that he was at Deanfield and on arriving there Conductor Riley held the train and sent for the minister Ho came In a few minutes and the cere mony was performed In the passenger coach Henry Wllkersons Case Reversed Frankfort Ky Oct 28The court of appeals Tuesday reversed the jUdg- ment of the Hart circuit court In the case of Henry Wilkerson charged with murdering his wife with strych nine and sentenced to life Imprisonment The court here says the transcript contains no proof that Wilker son Is guilty of the crime and orders a new trial for him The Motion Was Overruled Frankfort Ky Oct 28Amotion by the city of Frankfort made before Judge Paynter of the court of appeals to reinstate an Injunction granted and dissolved In the Franklin circuit court to restrain Zach Montgomery a prop ertyowner from building a well on a piece of ground claimed to have been dedicated as a street was overruled For Passing Counterfeit Money Georgetown Ky Oct 28officer Cummins arrested a man at the South ern depot shoving Queer coin Tho man gives the name of Fields He was searched and counterfeit dollars and change were found James Boude Jr found a sack In front of his yard containing 19 dollars In halves and dol lars all counterfeit Judge Beckners Condition Martlnsvllle Ind Oct 28Judge Beckner Tuesday was much improved from an attack of pneumonia and muscular rheumatism He Is out of danger though unable to leave his bed In the Martlnsvllle sanitarium Judge Beckner is hopeful of being well enough to return to his Kentucky home In a few days Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Oct 28 Rejections were numerous on the tobacco breaks Tuesday and prices were only fairly satisfactory The sales were 2 hbds of burley and 134 hhds of dark Dark sold from 315 to 620 Two new Tihda from Graves county sold for 5 David Swope Succumbs to Disease TayTorsvlllo Ky Oct 28 David Swope one of Sponcer countys best known citizens died at his home here after a lingering Illness of cancer of the stomach He was about 60 years of age and a descendant of a well known pioneer family Brought In Another Well Montlcello Ky Oct 28trho Fed eral Oil Co of Kentucky brought In Dodson No1 Tuesday on the John C Dodson farm 2000 feet southeast of the famous Jones No1 which has been flowing for nearly three months 100 barrels per day Covington Knights Won First Prlzs Lexington Ky Oct 28At the competitive drill In this city Tuesday by the uniformed rank of the Knights of Pythias Friendship Company No 25 of Covington woa the first prize The grand lodge held a short aetsloa Tuesday morning During the racing season more than 1000000 a day Is wagered on horses TO OUSE A COLD IK ONE SAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabjets All druggists refund the money fails to cure J2 W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents President Palma pardoned the only two American soldiers remaining in Cuban prisons A Scientific Discovery Kudol Dysp psia Curs does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly disor dered or overloaded Kodol Dyspep ala Cure supplies the natural juices for digestion and does the work for the tomacb relaxing the nervous tension hlle the Inflammed muscle of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestiveorgans to transform all food into rich blood Sold by R C Wines irn The western railroads have decided to make a big cut ia the number of sees aextjeet COR MAIN FIRST I I FINE CLOTHING I The Iabel un Sohlossmade Clothing Is to protect the wearer It stands for re potation uniform excel lence and uptodateness 1nThitA Full Derby I I overjgS We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are being operated Brush Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal bills nearly onehalf At the same time giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and other grades Coal Feed lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the e and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good WeightJLetcher Witt Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Kv A Bicycle Runaway Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doctors and remedies for four years Then Hucklens Arnica Salve cured 1l just sgood for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions aud Piles 25c at all drug stores 10 Caleb Simnis leader of the colored Democracy in New York was shot and killed in a quarrel i Doesnt Respect Old Age Its shameful when youth fails to respect old age but iutit the contrary In the case of Dr Kiilira New Life Pills They cutS off maladies no matter how severe and Irrespective of old age Dyspepsia jaundice Constipation all yield to perfect pill25c at air drug stores 1m Robbers crackeda safe In the post office at Linn GroyeIa and secured 3600 andstamps JeEnergy all o1elHealiacbes Stomach out of order Simply a case of torpfd liVer BUrdock Blood Bitters WUlinakeiii1ewmanOr womn t you Jm t f ti t ii1IirnrnelrlindMiittlieW Bar r 14yearOat boys were killed by a- ire1ittri4ItlPetr 11ievue- JA 0 1Uusdr dfJ of 5vesw ved every year visig De Thqtas Electric Oil In e whan It is needed U uphtsMjls cuts wosHe of ever lJ a 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 prudent exposure during the cool hours of early morn and after the sun goes down sends many a man to an early grave Ask Any Physician If This Is Not True The Primlico Top Coati- s shown in the illustration It is a garment that eleganceIt TASTEIand the materials that enter into its construction product have them as low as IoThis other garments sold by us is the well known HANDTAILORED CLOTHING SCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers t i You can save money by buying your fall and winter shoes from us We are showing and selling more shoes than anv house in Cen tral Kentucky Our shoes wear better are more stylish fit and are better that shoes bought elsewhere Give our Shoes a trial and be convinced Geta Hawes Hat hatinpate TRY ONE Our Notions are uptodate The stock Is replete with novelties firstclassOur Dress Goods are the talk ot the city We have more dress goods to show yon to Ourdressour styles and prices- Remember that our Ladies Waiting room on tIne balcony in yourdinnersfree Drop in and let us talk it w IlJ 5dlzam c Company Creek inniotiey and better I I Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY l Shippers of t C AlCI IrJ1 A 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary iJJ f grate without any attention I 1 +++++++4 ++++4 + 4+ + +++++++4 + + +++ ++4 + + + + 4 l V MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINS Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of I I Jt 11 Jf- of Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat thigs Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction t White 1ltibihlJl Corner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUL r q J t 3 i S SeS S SS Se S SSU2SSS See a SS SS SSSSssssessS SSS SSSe e S e e S S S S S ft AV e V s s s s s t s s t i t s t t t i t liiil What Are You Waiting For1r 11111 s S Newa5 S S a- S I Our Prices Low 55 S 5S5S- S aS S 5 5 We make a business of making bargains inSa i1 Boots and Shoes gi I0S5 Our line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line es in the city We have a large stock of Felt Boots and Rubbers at the lowest Se 55 a prices Our line of Gents Furnishings is hard to beat in the larger dies The latest in style the finest in quality the utmost in variety have been combined by SJ us in our mighty effort for trade a 5 5 S 5 IrSThere is a limit below which honest goods cannot be sold We place our U mil price at the 9 y Low Water Mark SS a 5 for safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticise us know S III us and you will find we deal fair and B SAVE YOU DOLLARS 1 1 a = 1555 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE5e5 Kentucky5S5 5 5ia SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 S a 5 5 sssssesSSS5S5555SS5555555555555s5SSS5S55555S y 1 he Richmond Climax C CHENAULT President A D MILLEREdItor Manager u WEDNESDAY NOV 4 1903 UBH8HEl VERy WKDNKSIIAV BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated Announcements FOR JAILER We are autbortad to mimwnee W DtERSON a eandHate for Jailer o1 Madison county mlifeet to the action of the Democratic party u Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T D rHEXADLT Telephone SOnnl 4 inlilx tf TenIll ivy Estray A white and black spotted hog pighinlt about 125pfflnhS ISUIIH to my plme about two weeks ago and has 8iuo been eared for bv me Owner can have same by paying clmrgps A H IjAUIR 23 4t Orange St UlIhlllollll Ky Tiont forget to see that sw ll line of wall paper shown by Perry fc Thomas For Salt One venrom sfUlclto and harness inure Wit take corn and hay 7f G W GATES For Sale One RUito of heavy walnut furniture finr pies Cost S400 Will 8f II for SliKi Too largo for bed room in my biniH Can seen at Silver Crock Tlmne No1 long ring or five 107 711 G W GATES Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims aptinst the estate of Sallie A Kind rd deeesueU are reque ted file sme with the undersigned properly Yen fied M required by law on or before February IM ot fame will be barred All parties owing said Sallie A Kindred are i iUf teil to ran and settle lit once A VHAKNKS- 4noU Adm Sallie A Kindred CI F1Bror COII LeXINGTON K- iuri1iorg Y i Lack of this important feature destroys the ef feet of interior decoration Our Fall Exhibit com prises the very latest de signs EVERY COLOR EVERY SHADE YOU MAY WANT Let us give you an estimate CFBromCo MAIN AND BROADWAY 51 I1LI- GTON1 ORDINANCEi Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Kentucky dChurchbeing the owner of property loca ted on Oak Street in the city of Richmond Kentucky be and are hereby required at its expense to at once put in curbing and con struct a brick pavement in front of said property under the direction and control of the Street Commit tee of Richmond Kentucky- D it TEVIS Mayor Attest A C WFUS City Clerk CUPIDS STRONGHOLD United Kingdom Holds Worlds Rec ord for Marriages Dine DooSc Issued fcy London Somrd of Trade Contain IntftrcitinK Sta tlatlc HcKardlnK Popula tion of Nation A blue book dealing with the popula tion of the nations has been issued by the London board of trade The statistics deal with foreign coun tries only and of these for some reason the country with the greatest popula tion Is left out This is China with 426047325 Among empires the greatest is the British with over 11000000 square miles of area and a population of over 396000000 second only to ChinaElaborate statistics show the position of the birth death and marriage rates in the various countries In 1901 and 1897 very different conditions are shown There are more marriages In the United Kingdom according to popula tion than anywhere else The rate Is 151 per 1000 Strange enough Rou mania with the highest birth rate has almost the lowest marriage rate this being 72 The actual lowest are Sweden and Norway with 6 and 67 re spectivelyOne the first tables shows the area populationthe following Popula No to rnRussian2700Holland KS7FranceEgypt proper 12970 97344T6 TfOG United States S6 7371 76a337 a4The table gives an Interesting comparison In the birth rates of some coun tries 1901 lW1 PrlQOORoumanlaBervla 3SO 428 t1tGennanssFrancIn every case It will be seen that the rate is lower In 1901 than In 1897 One very high birth rate Is that of the Russian empire which for 1897 the latest year for which statistics are available was 495 per 1000 Norway Is the European country with the lowest death rate 149 per 1000 and Is followed by Sweden The United Kingdom Is In a healthy position on the list with 711 while In France the birth equaltheFIND REMAINS OF PAST AGE Mnrrelonn Ilrllc of Mound BnUders Discovered in Montgomery County Indiana Relics of a prehistoric town Inhabited by mound builders have been discovered In Montgomery county Indiana State Geologist Blatcheley has received sam plea of various articles He says the collection Is superior to any In the world It comes from the farm of J H Allen which he and Winton Utterback have been years In exploring In the course of their research without opening the theyhavemakIngThe ax Is a big one much too large and unyielding for use In war Thl specimen Is almost perfect The ceremonial stone Is the relic that has taken the fancy of the state geologist It Is a smooth piece of stone resembling a don InInmight take the stone for the petrified vertebra of some monster fish Mr theflneJtCatarrh Cannot Be Cored with Local Applications as they cannot reaah the seat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional die sease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken JnternMly and actb directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun riptionpurifiers acting directly on the mu combmaItwo pro curingClltarrhJJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold v ilrpggisto 75c- Hrirt rsally m fire H11J tlt flow an Oath Taken During the War Between the States Sued Two Well Known Citizens Mr Thomas Oldbsm of Brassfield this county brought to our office a few ays since the original oath which he was required to take as he expressed fduringhave grown up since that time may know the promises one had to make under oath if he wan considered disloyal to the United States we here publish the oath- I Thomas Oldham of Richmond Madison county State of Kentucky do solemnly swear that I will support protect and defend the Constitution and Government pf the United States against all enemies whether domestic or foreign that I will bear true faith allegiance and loyalty to the same anv ordinance resolution or law of any State Convention or Legislature to the contrary notwithstanding and further that I will well and faithfully perform all the duties which may be required of me by the laws of the United States And I take this oath freely and volun tarilywitbout any mental reservation or evasion whatever with a lull and clear understanding that Death or other punishment by the judgment of a Mili tary Commission will be the penalty for the violation of this my solemn oath and parole ot honor CERTIFICATE Icertify that the above oath was taken before me this day May 21 1863 Thomas Oldham IS Lewis Richmond- A A G Dept of the Ohio WITNESSES Chas Gordon Hutton Capt and A D CR H I Goddard Capt and A D C Has permission to return to his home in KentuckyLewis Asst Adjt Gen One copy to be given to the person taking the oath One copv to be sent to the headquarter of the department One copy sent to the Commanding Officer or Provost Marshal of the camp garrison town or county where the oath was taken and no oath to be ad ministered except by order or with the knowledge of said Commanding Officer or Provost Marshal Mr Oldham and his cousin the late Othniel Oldham had been in Tennessee with General John H Morgans com mand They both had families here in Kentucky and concluded they would slip through the Federal lines and visit their homes Both were dress ed in citizens clothes and easily passed all pickets and out posts and pot as near home as Somerset in Pulaskicounty While spending the nieht with a farm er near that place they either told too much or failed to tell enough to satisfy their host that they were farmers sim ply riding around the country at any rate they were arrested before morning They each admitted to the sol diers making the arrest that they were Confederate soldiers Neither ol them was aware of the fact that General Burbridce bad issued an order that all Confederate soldiers captured within his lines dressed in citizens clothing would be treated as spies When Mr Oldham and Lila cousin were carried before General Burbridge he at once or dered them tried as spies which took place in short order and both were found guilty They were allowed a few days to arrange their earthly affairs as best they could by letter with those at home and to prepare to meet in peace their Maker Mr Oldham says they lost no time in writing to every friend they could think of telling them that Burbridges orders were not published In Tenn essee and that they were not aware they had to have on a Rebel uniform to keep from being considered as spies and if there was any chance to enlist some one who would see that they were treated only as prisoners of war to do at once Mrs Milton Elliott now of North Middletown Ky was then but a little girl and lived at Monticello Wayne county She saw in the public press that Mr Oldham and lila cousin were to be executed as spies She knew them both when General Morgan was encamped there and she at onoe went to work to save their lives Her father was a union man and seeing the interest his daughter took In the matter be became interested and secured their release upon each taking an oath similar to the one above Mr Oldham says he was truly glad to take the oath for it was impossible for him to make up his mind to be hung unless be could have been assure ed that by his death tbe Conlederacy would live Othinfel Oldham deceased mentioned JudkeJohnElliott Is the wife of Rev Milton Elliott the well knowa educator form ery 0 r I4 Q7o ITS OCKHAM AND 8USINSS AND NOT BELKNAP AND CALEB POWERS I Madison County Does Nobly 0 LOUISVILLE KY Nov 4 1120 a m Special to THE CLIMAX Returns from 1655 precincts in Kentucky out of a total of 1995 give Beckham a net plurality of 31958 over Belknap These precincts include nearly half of the Eleventh District more than half of the Tenth and several strong Republican counties elsewhere Seems reasonable that Beckhams plurality will be Legislaturemade good gains in Republican districts though they have lost apparently in Kenton and Campbell judicialcrats Several doubtful districts have been redeem strongholdsment are scattering but indicate that majority has been cast for proposition In the race for Railroad oppositioninSecond Returns from the Third indicate that throughbYLWithout the aid of money or intimidation or any other orm of restraint or inducemert except by exhortation and harmony the county of Madison gives the Democratic State ticket 177 majority as follows Beckham 2879 Belknap 2702 The county Democratic ticket went through without opposition Roy White Circuit Clerk R W Miller Repre sentative J D Dykes Magistrate Richmond precinct An exception is the case of Henry Ray burn Democrat defeated for Magistrate in Elliston District by Broughton Republican The City Council and School Board and Constable L M Scrivner all Democrats had no opposition earlyinin the campaign so that the Democrats felt confident of victory Richmond registered 117 more Democrats than Re publicans hence she contributed handsomely to the 177 ma countyIthonor to the gallant work done by Democratic County Chairman J Tevis Cobb He labored manfully to marshall the Democratic hosts and was at his post of duty at all times encouraging counselling and guiding the Democrats of Madison Of course the nu merous speakers local and outsiders did an effective ser vice but they all accord Mr Cobb the highest praise for his intelligent earnest and persistent work opposedReckham Republicanism Estill Elects a Democratic Clerk Mr Thos Williams Democratic candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Estill county defeated James Wallace Re RepublicanInfirmary Report Treasurers Report From Oct 1 1002 to Oct 1 1903 Nurses Salary 1292 05 Housekeeping S56 50 Water and Light 125 00- 1W500Coal Drugs 395 00 Groceries CO 00 Extra Servants 52 00 Hardware 55 60 Sundries 146 Total 3148 75 NANNIE EMBRY IMns of Asbn and Board line to and Secretarys From Oct 1902 to Oct 11903 from 1066 City 550 00 79 00 CI 48 05 for Services of Nurses 989 38 froth 447 21 Total 3180 24 MRS HARVEY CHESACLT Secy of Asan ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 J903 Proportionately from Other Points Only running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California New Mexico Arizona Texas Report Received County Membership Donations Entertainments Low Rates LROP Secial Low One way and Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the and Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of theSprings and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W DP Ky J L Watson in the The new style effects in Tailored Garments are here in the newest colors and mixtures Tbe stock is right in fabric and design in cut in finish and the most important of all in price 1260 to 40 Ready to Wear Skirts in Novelties Scotch Effects and Man nish Figures 3 50 to 15 A stylish collection of fabrics at popular Correct at all times and for all occasions The best selections from the greatest makers and A beantiful variety in new and attractive models PEETZ new line iust received LADIES HOSIERY AND LADIES attention given to Coat Suits and House and Evening Gowns 1U Watson Roundtrip Southand Southwest IndianITerritory through HARLOW A- Louisville 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky Fashions Tailored Suits Most Favored Colored Dress Goods prfcess Black Dress Goods Ladies Childrens Cloaks CORSETSA UNDERWEAR MfLLINERY DEPARTMENT HIGHCLASS TAlLOIUNGSpecial Jt bf 1820N UI PublicSol8 For the purpose of winding up the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned we will o- nVagniay NQVCICT l beginning at 11 oclock a m at the residence of Mrs Bottle Dv Clienault on the Irvine pike One mile east of Richmond Ky expose for sale to the highest and best bidder about 800 acres of laud 280 Acres of this land is known as the Granville Garrisonlaud situated on the south west sido of the Irvine pike about 3j mile east of Richmond The other 520 Acres will be divided into three farms and is located on Otter Creek about 2 miles east of Richmond on the Four Mile road Tills land is in a high state of cultivation and very fertile It will be subdivided so aa to included in one tract all north of the new pike now be lug conetructed through the premises and Otter Creek will constitute the di vision line of the land south of said pikeTERMSThe land will be sold one third cash and residue in two equal payments in 12 and 18 mouths On the following day at the same place all of th- ePersonal Property will be sold consisting of horses cattle cows hogs corn fodder and farming implements towit 1 pair aged Mules 2 pair 2yearold Mules 1 pair 3 yearold Mules 1 pair yearling Mules 16 Mexican Horses 3 good milch Cows and Calves 1 registered Bull 17 2yearold Cattle 10 yearling Cattle 10 brood Sows and Pigs About 20 Shoats Plows Harrows Wagons etc 0iI HAIILTi CD FARMSFOR We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion andadjoining counties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who z re inter correspondenceis prompt ntr attentionci1 Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Prea Oonl Mgr lep3m Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT E L Haden c Fills On Petition All persons having claims against the estate of Leroy H alien are hereby notified to file tho same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 7th day of December 1903 or same will be barredS SCOTT M C M C 0 SQsepCt OLD JOE WIIISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop IUlral teed to be pure It is of Old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want thebest Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5I 1jugs 250 5 0 0 bottles f3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery MeBra er novlyr Anderson county Kv DONTthrow your money away for theki- ndofCOAL that is as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tis bet ter for you to buY from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jcllico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP tta11 at eOT B gtilti Co1 Co Jack FreemantMgr Telephone J84 tuv IIm JI f A most superb line of Winter L Goods has just been receivedat 11fJ Owen McKees Dry Goods Store on L the corner of Main and First Sc They are handling also a beau tiful line readytowear Walking Skirts Wrappers Underskirts etc jfi J Their line of Hosiery Neck wear Notions ofaU kinds is com plete L SPurchasers looking for nice tgoodspolite attention and the best of prices will do well to caUat this 5 t place v OWEN M KEE j- t Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1I U- F To Cure a Cold in One Day la Cures Two Grip Days I 1 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets LSeven Million boxes sold In past 12 months This Signature iir1iiiIStock latest designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in price Poitsr0 distributors for Pattons Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy inu 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 Geo M1 Willgin 209WMAINST- Nixt i door to Madison Natl Bank JlI on every box 25c Slra or Stolen LoanFromBrush Creek Thursday nillit a black I can get you monev at 5 per cent in mare mule abont 15 hands high with terest oil long time in sums of SI 000 brand on left jaw and harness mn k onor over on your farm property For hip A liberal reward will be paid for particulars call on or address return of same W R LETCIIEU JR Kyoct142tD1B SHACKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE galvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogsandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitThe price will advance in 60 days D1 ShuceIford Co g Great Values in Fall Merchanidse f s KT T7II J f t ourstoretsr thefallhrthat the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODS rt CottonVestingsj Piquesandaway j Our Fall Millinery Childrenjnstylesbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lislethread c 4ejClothing and Shoe Department 3Dont fail to insPect this department as they are brim full pf bargains We jr1 theright asat all prices Come ana ste them p wOur basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices JI j= Respectfully Submitted j to the Cah Trade Jv Ideij r I I I OLeofVehkIesis t We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spying Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call eK QaTTa e t3ors RIQHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE IBS FRE- SH6roceries AGENTS FOR 8o uet flout The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV 4 1903 OCTOBER Sweet October dressed In gold Breezes gentle breezes cold Fair October always fine It is ever hunting time Red October kind and calm Every leaf n waring palm Flower drop and nod their heal Turn to lifeless golden threads Mill October flush and bright Ringtail coon out every night Summer girls and roses sal Just the Mime old possums glnd Leaves so yellow nuts nil brown Umves of folks come out from lown Mask in generous sunhlne flood Sweet October ahl how good Old Jack Frost ha pinched the leaf Also brought the flies to grief Biting fleas hopping about Bumblebees and wasps knocked out Gardens dead Meadow brown Old snakes head whirling round Coon dog hapoy hes done rig Carnlverous bed bug out ofbiz Old mosquito on strike Cool blasts nipped his devilish spike Foot ball time 0 hear the coach Goodbye lizard and cockroach Fleas mosquitoes roaches flies Bed bugs reptiles try to look wise Death is certain bear the call Salute your partners and balance all Hail Octobers reddened crest Of all mouths tis surely oest Snakes and bugs East and West All knocked out well take a rest T C ADAMS McBrayer Ky October 20 1903 Lima canned Beans at Frasa Bros Phone 165- Work has been begun on Mrs Lee Maiipins residence on Glyndon ate flue Calland see our beautiful line of splitwood clothes hampers end work- baskets The Rocket Store Julia H Higgins fcxaromer Ste nocrapher and Typewriter Business solicited Telephons 354 7 1m The Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will hold its regular monthly meting on Friday afternoon November 7 Mr Allnn Turpin has sold his farm near Union to Messrs J H Eads and William Old for 1200 Mr Turpin will make Richmond his future home The Masonic Grand Lodge was offered an enormous sum of money for the use of it handsome theatre for Sunday shows but the proposition was turned down by a unanimous vote Thank God there is one institution on earth where money cuts no flgureEx Lost in Richmond or between Richmond HIM w O Frenchs resi dence a leather chatlain purse con taming a Indvs gold watch and chain a set ring silver thimble three silver dollars and some small change Finder will leave at this ofllce and receive reward To UiiUren On next Sunday tnnrninc Rev J W Crates of the Methodist church will preach a sermon especially to children He eanestly desires that all the child ren possible may attend He will be glad to see tile parents also e xt t TOV For Rent Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Dounlra Culton 2loctf Eor sale Medium size rolltop office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATIS Given Ball Sam Wilson who vas brought here from Illinois a short time ago and lodged in Jail accused of the murder of Henry Letcher has ben given bail his bond being fixed at 1200 Old Time Prices Mr T J Curtis sold last week to Jo spph Russell of Tennessee a pair of 3 yearold mules for S400 Mr Oortis also sold 35 head of yearling mulES to Richard Wells of Cynthiana for S85 per head Estray Shuts Six shoats weighing Co or expounds came to my place about one month ago Owner can hive same by proving property and paying charges David Hudson 28 3t Newby Ky 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 Heard From Dr I B Oldham and ion W T Tevis who recently left Kirksville for Indian Territory have written back for their CLIMAX to be sent to their present aridiess They are well pleased with their new homes but cant pet along without the CLIMAX Residence Sold Dr J VHarris has sold his residence on the corner of Third street and Moberly avenue to Mrs Ara ONeill and sister Miss Shipp who will use it as a boarding house The pnce paid was 4000 This is one of the nicest pieces of residence property in Richmond and is worth the price paid For Sale Splendid farm opposite Ford Ky in Madison county containing 256 acres 78 acres River Bottom For Further particulars call on or address M Lackey J C Lackey H 0 Rice Executors of A J Lackey nov4 4t A Change at The L A IMr Estill Payne who for several months past has been the polite and efficient agent for the L A railroad at this place has resigned his position and removed his family to Irvine lIe will engage in the mercantile business Mr Payne and his family have made numerous iriends during their stay in our city and all regret to give them up hU the best wishes follow them in their new enterprise H B Vandiver late ly agent at Valley View will take Mr Paynes place here Keal Ibis If you want to see something swell and uptodate csllat 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 Chicago and is able to furnish cloaks furs underwear in fact everything in the readymade line for both Indieti and children Give her a call Prices are extremely reasonable Miss EMMA GOLDEN 28 2t Hobson Building Public Sale As Admininistrator of the estate of W M Brumback deceased I will offer at public sale on the premises on Sat urday November 14 at 2 oclock the following property 34 acres 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 land is in corn and the balance in grass with good fencing and plenty of water At the same time and place will soil 100 shocks of corn Terms made known on day of sale S J BKUMUACK Admr C M Curtis Auctioneer 28 3t E Deatherage Co Seeds Seeds e j SEEDSt1 I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that It- tJ I have all kinds of seeds to selhs Iam no old hay j seed either but I have J HAY tto sell by the bale or car Ioad I also handle oats andcorn and NorthernSeed Rye Those wanting tJ things will do well to give me a call Prices reason It- tJ able Remember that I have things to selland not 11 to keep v J ai E Oeatherage Co I i1 p I4 millionaires money cant buy finer than SHOESc the jjX worlds most elegant Shoes for men The same styles here as shown in the largest cities 500 550 and 600 IFIorsheim ShoesQP ftf Another one of our fine Shoes second to none save 4 Hanans Stylish shapes in all the fine leathers 350 to 500- WaIkOverI Shoes sftt The largest selling brand of Shoes in the world Because they give more Style Foot Comfort and Good 1Qf frA Wear than any other Shoe at the price All styles and- shapes to fit all feet Get the WalkOver habit it f satisfies Prices 3SO AND 400 Bostonian BillWell and If OTHER FINE SHOES tft 5 In these brands we show a great collection of fine j7 Shoes in every desirable kind of last or leather Smart 4 styles for young r ett ows conservative shapes for older mengood quality at low prices for all 2 250 3 350 Warm leather lined Shoes 250 VTorth 3 PaflaWil 0at And he doesnt as a rule realize the wifes discomforts and troubles while in the kitchen Patient mamma does the worrying You Ought to Buy a Gas Range and stop all that muss waste expense worry and dis comfort No Dust No Dirt No Ashes No Coal Expense begins only when you light the match to begin cooking stops the minute you are through Richmond Water Light Co Removal Frasa Bros the popular young gro cerymen are moving to the store room on Main street recently vacated by E V Elder These young menby their honorable and courteous dealings have built up a magnificent trade which necessitated their securing a larger room Time house they are leaving will he used by Mr Oscar Parke who will conduct a confectionery Lots ot Bargains Having rented a farm and wishing to retire from the mercantile business I otTer for sale my store house and lot and dwelling and lot and three and onehalf acres of well improved laud I will also offer for sale until closed out my stock of general merchandise at cost It is an uptodate stock and well bought Will sell part or all to snit the purchaser Also desire to purchase your produce J B WALKER nov34t Kirksville Ky Will Locate Here We note the following item in regard to a promising young man of this countyDr W B Bowen of Kingston Mad- Ison county has completed a post graduate course in the Louisville Col legeif Dentistry He will spend the last term of his course in the careful study and practice of operative dentis try thinking it wise to obtain more knowledge of crown and bridge work Dr Bowen is contemplating locating in Richmond Public Sale I will offer at public sale on the oremises 21 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 tor sale 35 head cattle one short horn bull fiveyearold Jack threeyearold stallion ten work mules 25 hogs 24 sheep and all kinds farm ingjtnpleinents- JohnShnpheril Irvine Ky JOO Cars of Cattle The following article will Jbe of in rest to the friends of Mr S Finne who years agi was a resident of Estill md fs arelatlve of Mr Willis Hisleof his county S Finnell is shipping his fat cattle o the Chicago market This season le fed an even hundred car loads He is shipping each week a train load of 14 cars Up to date ho has shipped 5ft cars Mr Finnell is one of the largest cattle feeders in the United States cattle always bring top prices he buys his feeders he always IHiS gcod quality and feeds them until ijp HHfMnbnrg LI Deaw t v The Smith Sale At the Smith sale near Red House Wednesday the Huguely farm of 270 acres was rented to a Mr House at a satisfactory figure The K arr place of 470 acres was leased to Mr Ira Scudder at a good prire Corn brought 2 65 in the field in the heap fodder brought 25 cents cattle brought from 2yearold teeders rough 32 3 yearling cattle brought S25a head milch cows fetched 25 to S35 one yearling jack 115 one yearling jack 85 one jennet and five weeksold jack colt 115 aged jennets from S2 to 50 twoyearold filly 85 twoyearold horse colt 74 yearling 10 old broodmares 40 to 65 buck 1650 11 bucks S5 to S7 24 ewes 6 50 per head 10 ewe lambs 550 per head There was a large crowd present and bidding was spirited Col Tom Chen uult conducted the sale At the Grand The Payton Sisters are holding the boards at the Grand Opera House this week They opened their engagement Monday night with the splendid comedy drama Utah and its production was flrstclasB in every detail They pleased the audience with splendid specialties after each act Last night the play was For Her Childs Sake and was equally as well received as was the first nights play This is about the best repertoire company that has ever been to our city The com patty is an unusually strong one and the costuming was superb On Satur day afternoon a matinee will be given for the ladies and children after which the ladies of the troupe will receive on the stage and will entertain with a Pink Tea We are glad to know that thi most excellent company is meeting with so much encouragement on the part of our people foot BalL The Walters Schooldeteated the Lan caster town team Saturday by a score of 5 to 0 The Lancaster team left the field after four minutes play The Hnemp of the teams was as follows Walters School Lancaster Glass LE Mahon Cobb L T Hendriison R Terrill LG Leayell M Collins C Thompson Tate RG Ford I Parrish R T Powell Wallace BE Stone- S Burnm Q B Walker J Million Oapt R H B McRoberts O Worrell F B Owsley Patton L H B Bastin Referee Mr Wm Parrish Umpjre Mr Jennings Greenleaf Timekeepers Mr Dunn for the Walters School Mr Dunlap for Lan caster Linesmen Jas Deatherage for the Walters School Mr Z BQHI Jpr IB CI te 1OlWll h WJiirattll MIILT a r THE SHOE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS Its an honest fact that our mens and boys footwear stock has grown to be the LARGEST in Madison county A great variety of styles and kinds enables every man to find the Boot and Shoe that exactly suits his fancyandour wide range ofsizes in every width andshape of last insures an easy and comfortable fit for every foot And by reason of large buying direct from the largest manufactures instead of jobbers or middle men we are able to sell high quality footwear at the lowest prices possible Let us save you money on your next pair i BOOTS RUBBER All kinds of good Boots here Strong durable kip leather soft tough oil tanned stock extra calf skin and other good tannage make up the strongest and best lines of Leather Boots in the county Our C B special calf boots double front and back are neat looking extra durable and warm and have never been known to leak a drop See them Leather Boots run 2 250 3 350 and 4 And a very large stock of Felt and Rubber Boots of every desirable style and kind at low prices Let us save you money on Boots Biggest Boot stock in this town Our system of One Price to everybody every time on every thing means that you always get the lowest price and that without any jewing Govington Banks worn by Man or Boy TO 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 laid and make your sausage in fact put the meat in your smoke house Satis faction guaranteed Call on or address the undersigned before making ar rangements DOUOLASCULTOX The Main Street Butchers oc216t Tel 125 Richmond Ky Contest Closed Some time ngo the CLIMAX offered one years subscription to the tarn er who would brint in ten ears of the best corn grown in this county during 1003 Six months subscription to the second best and three months to the third The contest closed ou last Monday and the judges awarded the prizes as fol lows First to Mr Brutus White sec ond to Mr Jeff Cox of Kingston and third to Mr George Baker of Cotton burg All of these brought in fine specimens and goes to show that Midi son is iu the front ranks as a corn raisin county An OH Soldier For Jailer The many friends of Mr W T Du erson of the Pond meeting house neigh borhood will be glad to learn of his decision to make the race for Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party From his boyhood days he has been a private in the ranks of Democ racy fighting as valiantly as he did during 616o when he was a gallant soldier in the regiment of the lamented Col Chenault He remembers with painful distinction the terrors and dangers of voting for uemocrats just after the war but he recalls with pleasure his changeless attitude toward his party and now he asks that party for its endorsement His credentials are of the best Remember his past ser vices A Death Bed Cbntession It will be remembered that about two yewrs ago Mr Albert Cornelison a farmer living on the Barnes Mill pike heard some parties in his chicken roost one night and on going out alter them they shot at him several times Mr Cornelison returned the shots anti the perpetrators took to their flight leaving behind the chickens which they had securely tied It was not known positively at the time who the guilty parties were but suspicion pointed to one Alex Campbell a negro living here who was arrested and agreed to accept one year in jail for the charges Alex however positively protested his innocence and the facts of the case were still a secret until a few days ago when Alex came to die when on his death bed made to his minister a com plete confession of the whole affair claiming as his associate in the theft one Lewis Hnguely Lakeside Peas 20e a can at Frasa Bros Phone 165 A Democratic Platform at Last During his speech at the Court House Wednesday Hon John W Yerkes falling to find other plausible grounds for attacking the Democratic party remarked that the party leaders had fail ed to even make a platform on which to stand whereupon our townsman Beverly Shajr remarked No but by the eternal the platform will be ready by the tlnie Governor Beckham arrives The platform referred to by Shaw was then being constructed in front of the Court House from which Congressman James Col Thome Ben ator McCreajy and Hon J Tevls Cobb addressed to assembled multitude Mr Shaws reranrk recalls what Col W Pijiorne said in his speech on exactly Jio same nbject They say wehaveiiio platfdrm Very well the one we rfll hay1l1 have a trapdoor in ttJT fyBfn frQin Jn IIii LEATHERFELT and Everything Eighth Congressional Teachers Reeling The third annual meeting of the teachers of the Eighth Congressional District convened in our city Friday morning at the Baptist church for a two days session The program opened with welcome address by Senator Jas B McCreary which was responded to by Prof H H Walker of Harrodeburg president ot the association The principal features of the morn ing session was the paper of Prof T E Clelland of Burgin the solos of Misses Kate Devore aud Cecil Barnett andrecitation of Miss Burt of Madi son Institute The afternoon session consisted principally of the address of Prof W C Grinstead of Danville and Prof John Noland ol this city The enjoyment of the session was heightened by the solos of Miss Laura Bright Mrs H B Hanger and Miss Ethyl Barnett and recitations of Miss Houchins of Burgin Friday nights session which was one of the best consisted of the scholarly paper of Mrs St Clair on Horace Mann Prince ot Teach ers and the humorous talk of Hon Ben Lee Hardin of Harrodsburg on Gettin Even Choruses solos and recitations were interspersed so as to prevent weariness of a very over crowded honse The sweet strains Willie Millions violin was uncored byI SaturldaysHon Jerre A Sullivan of this city Prof H H Cherry of Bowling Green lion W P Marsh of Lawrenceburg- and Prof Shipp of Winchester solo by Miss Boyd of Madison Insti tute recitation by Mrs Denham of Danville and Berea quartette Throughout the meeting the selections recited by Supt Cassidy of Lex ington horn Paul Lawrence Dunbar reminded us of the days when Polk Miller was in our midst His renditions were classic perfect Nearly a hundred visiting educators were pres ent and were entertained gratis at our hotels and wong the beat families of our city All in all it was a pleasant and profitable meeting and not a little of its success was due to the labors ot Supt J Win Wagers and Prof Hll Brock together with the aid rendered by Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler and Mrs Clara Akers who had the musi cal program In charge The meeting closed with election of officers for the ensuing year and the se lection of Prof T E Clelland to rep resent this district at the next legislature on needed changes in trustee system and other matters of importance in our educational system The next meeting of the association will be held in Danv- ihiePERSONAL ParrishIMr and Mrs J Stone Walker are at home from Kansas City Mrs Tom Powers is the guest this week of relatives at Whites Station Mr and Mrs Raybnrn Rucker of Ford spent Sunday with relatives hereMr Moore of Lexington came over Saturday night and spent Sunday with friends here Mrs George D White and Miso Kate Walker have been spending a few days in Lexington Miss Mary Ballard has returned from 1 a ten days visit to Mrs James Layton ol CincinnatiI ISoperpecting trip in Oaklahoma- Mr and Mrs Clifton Shropshire ol Fayette county attended the funeral of Mrs Sudie Chen ult Sunday Mr T 0 Adams who has been sta tioned at McBrayer for some time past is now enjoying a rest at home Miss Nettie B Oheaault of Lexington has been spending a few days with Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler Miss Laura Mellon hMAcccpled a 1 ItIw1ll Mr and Mrs W G Barrett of Lou isville have been the guests for several days of Mrs Mary B Smith on West Main street Miss Bessie McGinns many friends here will be glad to know that she has so far recovered from her injuries in a runaway as to be up t Mrs P H McGowan and daughter have concluded a visit to Mr and Mrs W Miller and have returned to IR home in South Carolina Mr and Mrs Neale Bennett and children worn welcomed home last week from an extended visit to rela tives in Seattle Washington- Dr and Mrs W H Dodge left Mon day for Florida where they will visit their sons and daughter Mrs Mary Maddox all of whom are in Jackson villeThe marriage of Mr Leslie Adams son of Squire Jas C Adams of Silver Creek to Miss Bettle Dunn has been announced to take place in the near futureThe Christian Church at Lamar Mis souri has called Rev S W Chrutcber to continue his services with them for loot by a unanimus vote and at an in crease of salary Mr Crutchers many friends here will be pleased to learn of his success R J White of Richmond Ky is a guest at the Windsor He is very favorably impressed with the merits of the water here Mr White found a diamond cross near Bowles Spring the other day valued at 75000 and sue ceeded in restoring it to the owner Frenchburg Ind Herald High Top Shoes JVery large assortment of High Tops as good as can be produced Our WalkOver Hunting Shoes defy cold andwet just the thing for winter comfort try a pair And high top prices run low here for such quality 5 1 5O 2 2 50 and up And plenty of other Heavy Shoes at 1 125 and 150 Lace Boots and Bootees 1tThesuit every man Large assortment of the choicest goods A to choose from Look them ov- er35Oto5OO GOOD OVERSHOES jtEverything in plain Rubbers and Storm Rubbers Cloth Arctics and all Rubber Arcticsbiggest stock in Richmond the lowest prices Boys Footwear And we dont neglect the boys but show every TopShoesupStrongJt BIRTHS TIHTOX Mr and Mrs Leslie Tipton of Union are rejoicing over the arrival of a son at their hom- eDIEATIth RICE Mrs Ada M Rice wife of David C Rice died on the morning of October 30 at the home of her daughter Mrs Guy Rice in Paint Lick where she had been lying sick for the past eight months Mrs Rice was born in Louisiana and came to Kentucky to school when she was 15 years of age She married here and has made her home in this county ever since living not tar from Richmond in the neighborhood of Waco At the time of her death she was in her 52nd year She leaves a husband and one daughter Mary in whose home and under whose tender care she spent her last days She was a consistent mem ber of the Baptist church She was pa tient and exhibited a Christian spirit in her long sickness scarcely even complaining She often expressed her self to tjie writer as being prepared for death and ready to go at the Masters command and seemed resigned to His will We feel that all is well with her and that she has gone to be ever with the Lord Her remains were laid to rest in the beautiful cemetery at Rich mond amid a concourse of sorrowing friends To them we say Cast thy burden upon the Lord and He shall sustain thee May the comforts of divine grace ever be present to comfort each one of then and relieve all sor rows Mrs Rice was a good woman patient in suffering strong in faith and died in hope of a blessed humor talityCnENuyLTDegtli has again visited our community and taken from it one of the noblest brightest and best women it has ever been our pleasure to know Thirtyeight years ago last February Mrs Sudie Elmore Chenanlt was born in Mercer county She received her education at old Daughters College in Harrodsburg and at the age Davidlpart of her married life was spent here anti in the county Deceased had been ill for quite a while with lung trouble and notwithstanding the brave fight she made against disease and all time efforts of loving hands and skilled physicians she finally succumbed on Saturday and alter funeral services Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister Mrs Jesse Cobb liar remains were laid to rest beside those of her hnsband who preceded her to the grave only about two years After the death of her husband Mrs Chenault held a responsible position in Caldwull High School until she was compelled to give it upon account of III health Deceased was a most excellent Chris tian woman and all during her battles with grief and illness she never murmured and it was then that her Chris tian fortitude was strongest Site Nell4tbloominga son Robert about thirteen years of age She is also survived by a mother sister and brother To all of these the very tendereat sympathy is extended 11 APPEARANCES GO A GREAT WAY I 1ItEt Menwho wear clothes have awakened to the fact that a well made suit looks better than a cheap shop made suit We are showing some of the most elegant woolens in Suitings Overcoatings and Trousering that can be found in eastern markets We have the exclusive right to represent FB Stern Sons01 New York who can make Clothing to fitNOT READY MADE but made iF to measure Leave your Measure with us RICE ANQ ARNOLD = ++ + +iw+ Dir w IiIzTWL 7IROFESSONAL OAbS- y ATTQZTB IN MILLER TrrBKBTrLwRI- CBKOKD KENTUCKY Office n the Honiara Building next dpor to rmera National Bank feb3lr SUJiIaJVAJA ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 30 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA FT RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LECHER AttorneyatLa RICHMOND KENTUCKY eSTOllice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olboe In John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drug store P2TSIOIAJTS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURUEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olfi e a Dr Hobson building MinStreet H 6 JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OL1StuutTur Building Main Street IVphoii at residence the Carr place on roadway iinMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians SIateBskTrU5tfl g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduate Southern School of OstheopathrO DENTAL SURGEBT Dt 1aote tt to1S0 or LOUIBVIUB KY BHIIdingatabmSadnovlJljm v M Blanton s DENTIST 3O Hceiu Beanett Building lanly TBLBPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday November 11 1008 ttodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- tATTENTION m u IVe have moved our produce business from the East End of Main etreet to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry HidesrFurs and other Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2P jan IT RHHIMOXD KY One KSinute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup 1 losisie Itlullc EailroaJ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Lmbyv1leand Clnc1nnatl For Irvine lMam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati lI1tr m From Irvine 335 pjn O M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyKRlchmona Ky Stops tho Cough loud Works off tho Cofd Laxative Bromo Quinine Trweta cure a cold in one day No cure DO pay Price 25 cents n TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence rtt Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons earcv Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whitlock ntappBurton J WTeater J W Prewitt 1 A Wearren r C McWharter Bickner iEarly JTCoy R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Rutbton Edenton VTallaceton Berea Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses VA can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES math to fill the prescription Our tock of Optical Goods is large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glass not of a ery unusual strengt For these it will take a little time Repairs are promptly executed T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand ly L N1 Time Tails Ar- 1216pm Ilfl6pm 7zpm4a Klrksville longer Livingston No 6 Cinnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No Cinnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No S Clnnati and Livingston Ex south bound No Stanford and Mays vlllo Accm north bouud MaysvilNo 21 Richmond and Row land Aocm south bound No 22 Richmond and Stan ford north bound Lv 1245 p 155 pm 360 am 1105 pm 620 a m li2OILm Blue Grass Land For Rent I have 400 acres of good grazing bluegrass land for rent apr 1tf Harvey Che- naultSCHOOL Prof G P Simmons Newton Falls Ohio will open in Sep tember a Ihigh class Private School at Klrksville Ky in the old Elliott Institute buildings He will be supported by com petent 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 alt in quiries to G P Simmons Newton Fall Ohio or G B Shepherda = Kirkeville Ky IIRI BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lithe Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetslyr Phone 8 = FLOURWh- ereare you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Eltiston 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 wife1 MIL = Elliston r ir Company Phone J663 WACO y- tWol Carding in Season y oG f ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILRUAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points eo14 18 LOUISVILLE TO New Orleans and return Tackson Miss and return Vicksburg and return and intermediate points Houston Texas and return Beaumont Texas andreturn Lake Charles La andreturn and intermediate points Proportionate rates from other points Only line running through personally conducted excursiOn Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas 1LRo 8ecial Roundtrip effect Oklahoma Texas For Folder and descriptive matter of the Springs andcir u lurs descriptive of lands in the South and tickets apply to nearesL railroad agent or address F W D P Ky Low Rates West Abright future awaits you in the west Free lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home We want you to see for yourself and learn from the home owners andjwme buildcrs the chance there is for you On Great Northern Railway The followingSfow rates will in effecSep tember 15th to 30th FROM SAINT PAUL To Great Falls Montana To KaSspell Montana f2UUUS- pokare Washington i Wenatchee Washington j 22 5U and Seattle 2500PaAddress any agent of theGreat Northern Ry or MAX BASS IVHITNEYGeneral Immigration Agent Genl Pass andTIcket Agent 220 S dark SI Chicago III SAINT PAUL MINN The Ball Bearing DensrnoreOnly writer ever offered i See it belore or dering or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer that points and equipped with back spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or wo will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Dromon TjpwilwJii 323 W Fourth et Cincinnati 0 JOS R JPOWEft Lock Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY U Ifthe roots are no- tUdcad quite 1 i ED PINAUDS L B Eaude Quinine ui Hair Tonic is always efficacious It is a positive dandruff cure Jwit keep a I S good set of hair from Ifalling out and wilt U beautiful titssei I all the more luxuriant I glowybonleisLlinonemonth V in the United States 4 or bottle SOc 8ozbottlelOO Ed Pinands American Import Ciice L We have nevershown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now Lavo on display in our show room It will pay you to examine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best manners at moderate prices The best IullrlnteedCorRichmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop KNOWthe treatmentofless opium triorphine and strychnine countriesdrugics without labeling them poisons nottakepain accompanying pregnancy Do Know that Mothers Friend If applied externally only Friendishas been in use over forty years and thateach bottle of the gentine bears the name of CoDo use this remedy during the pitied of gestation pal118ndbeukea1thyWell these things aite worth knowing 1DWE HAWtCLaHWiaMt M AttHte fc Low One way and Rates iu on first and third Tuesday iu each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory and through HARLOW A- Louisville wonderful the be November The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tentlon to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have never shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons all if kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for man a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufferers from Throat and Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds even the worst cases can be cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Dis covery This great remedy is jniaraii teed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all druggists Price COc and SI Trial bottles free lui flower Lots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store Callus up bv phone or drop us a note and lot us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guaraptee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop A Good Name testifythatunequalled as a liver pill Tlwy ate rightly named because they give urength and e ergy and do their work with easpV T Easton Boerne usingtheseall others becanse they IrA so pleasant and effectual They cure biliousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They do not purge strenjtthPDSold upafirstclassstore room formerly occupied bv Mr Lee Smitha She bau on hand tinw a full line of roadyt wear fall hats and she desires the patronage of all nf her friends gt Nolct I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this land is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mineis opened up and is in firstclass condi tion the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly wbite oak poplar cedar locust and sugar trees I will either propertyforing propety to call and see me as the terms will be made to please purchaser S C CARRIERBig I have also another farm of about acres for sale tb is land js also well improved 200 acres of which Is used for apple orchards On this property delfrlngatinlproperty jun 3Gmo Not a Sick Day Since LI was taken severely sick wit Jdnay trouble I tried all saris of jaadi cities pone of which relieved me tlay I saw an adof your Electrio BJfr j r1tnklnlaGAItIjtflOtsOnhors of mine have been cured of Ut inatism feurnlgia Liver and Kid noy TltlhwrI0oat nil 4rM MU IBJ PUPILS MADE BIG MAP California Studnts Show interesting Worlds Fair Exhibit COUNTY DONE IN PAPIER MACHE sTpneWorlds Fair Fund of 20000 and Devotes 3000 to Showing Her Edu catlonal and Social Advantages Alameda county California will make an exhlblt at the Worlds Fair that will be a credit to many a stateSThe supervisors of that county J appropriated about 20000 for the purpose and of this amount 3000 will be used in installing the educa tional exhibit F O Crawford superI- ntendent of schools in Alameda yun ty will have charge of the exhibit and he will personally conduct the installation and will remain in charge during the exposition Alameda county Is an Irregularly shaped tract comprising abput 1200 square miles being about the size of Rhode Island and with a population of 160000 It Is in the extreme west ern part of California and San Fran Cisco bay forms parts of Its western boundary The assessed valuation of the property of the county Is 100000 000 and the school fund raised last year was 629000 One of the striking features of Ala 3loda countys educational exhibit will be a papier mache relief map of the ounty 14x20 feet made by the pupils 3t the public schools The map will 6ivilFair will be returned to Oakland the county seat where It will be placed In the rooms of the county surveyor and kept as the official map of the county The map will be inclned aganst the wall and every hill and valley will be developed The highest part of the map will be about 14 inches above the sea level Every railroad and public road In the county will be shown Every schoolhouse every public building each township and city and viI lage will be shown and a perfect scale maintained The school children will do the actual work of forming thf map but tho coloring will be left to the county surveyor The site of each schoolhouse will be marked by a small photograph of the school building that occupies 4t Larger photographs showing the buildings in detail will be contained in books to which those who care to see may have access Another feature of Interest will be the series reproductions of Alameda county school rooms Mr Craw ford obtained floor space in the Edur tlon Palace for this exhibit and will build a room 30x40 feet At one time it will be fitted up to represent the Kindergarten room in a particular Al ameda county school The identical furniture will be Installed the maps and charts from the walls taken frou their places and placed In the WorHc Fair school room In fact It will be a perfect reproduction to that one may see exactly what a certain room In Alameda county California Is The furniture and decorations will be changed at intervals and during the Exposition a type of every school In the county will be shown Sped mens of the work from all the schools will also he shown In Alameda is situated the Univer slty of California at Berkeley the largest In the state with 3000 stu dents St Marys Catholic College and Mills College for Young Ladles are all important Institutions and it Is expected that each will make Individual exhibits Alameda county Is proud of her school system The buildings are all uptodate and many of the county schools were erected at a cost of 15000 to 20000 each WORLDS FAIR NEWS Miss Mary Peckinnaugh of Pock Inpaugh Ky is to exhibit some of her handsome embroidery at the Worlds FairAn interesting exhibit of cotton Is SLLouisered by Judge H M Kearby and Clerk S D Luten of the Fulton coun ty court Samples of this product will be shown from the earliest period to the stage after pickIng- Exceptionally fine specimens of minerals are already reaching the storage warehouse of the Kentucky Exhibit Association in Louisville for the exhibit at St Louis next year Among the shipments received are two barrels of coke from Bell coal from Crlttenden county Ky The coal was sent to the AshlandIron Min ing Co at Ashland and there coked Judge T T Gardner and Editor Tom Pettlt of Bardwell have sent In a box containing various minerals from Car lisle county which are being analyzed and assayed at the State College at Lexington Nine inch nickel plated solid steel scissors at the Ricket Store for 39 cents Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh- b so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own 1e stands for Scotts Elmul siu of pure cod liver ilad- eL jhtful food and a natural c for children for old folks an for all who need flesh and stt ngth tDCOTT i OWNL Chists NewYorkOc jI j A TEXAS WONDER r HALLS GREAT 1SCOVERYI One small bottle 01 Halls Great Dis very cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of tIe kidneys and bladder in both men ud women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gist will be sent by mail on secelpt of 1 One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo snd for testimonials Sold by all druggist anti Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ TIllS Richmond KY Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great DIscov eryforkitiney dud bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began usihe It today I weigh 176 pounds and I fuel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully Tjau ly JoiivA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 0 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew It For C IIA Cure Perfect ounilBund PriceI For Throat Lung Money back If It fails Trial Bottles free I MBATMALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength in Every Drop A scientific of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Looimlle Ky January n ivai MEAT 8 MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Having examined your Mcatand Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with its and mode of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic excites the arpetite and invigorates digestion and is specially beneficial in nervous prostration and all disea attended with debility Yours truly L D M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO Louisville 1C For Snip lwR L Middelton For Sale Property advertised this head is not charged for sale is made For com particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No2 No3 No4 No5No6 No7 No8 NoJ Nol No1 Nol NO1 Nol Nol No 017 lo18 No 19 Mo 20 Mo 21 No 22 tfo23 No 24 M25il OXSTJMPTIOX OLDS All and Troubles combination KASTENBINE under unless plete containIIIngbarn Price 1000 JSW less than original coa- tAtwostoryframo 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 courthouse A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar frame residence on Irvine street Building in good re pair Price will bny a good town lot 40x200 feet A good town lot on good street 40x lOt feet Price producinlarni outbulidtugsGood lana containing about 130 acres good residence barn and other provements In fine locality Price- isco Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve merits Can be bought in connection wJU No8 Pries 1500- flw wellImproved I Good cdttage in firstclass condition cisterd etc Price J500 2HnndO lie twostory residence in of lllctemond large lot and all necessary out buildings A bar gain at frooo 3 Nice residence containing seven cUyLnrgenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 4 businesshouse 5 One of the heat Improved farms In Madison county containing 2 5 acres oatbuildingsvenient Situated on pike 6 A four room cottage and seven acres twoInarbor nil necessary out buildings IIthrivingand schools are convenient Price InRichmond elt1LutA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet PricenOOA nice residence for any one deslr logan Ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings In Richmond wtU 2200 nelgbbIthoC streeLcnIat1ning Iurchltlledongreat bargain at 1100 Will mint residence for purchaser An ideal cottage of five rooms neeesaytiuibui1dingsicudIng cl tern Price noo will sell paintTesldencefor Ice residence on a 4acre lot con twopportion ofrUr Stable coalhonsa buildingLdesiring a nice nome BereattirnrIOIf sold 3 VKntyfivo loads of cordedwood twenty barrels of corn and propertyatoutbuildIngsPrice 7i00 eighttoUtSgrass and U At goo l farm and thislam f Locauty r a I AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhibition c HOOSIER DISC DRILLCRBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING + f CALL AT++ JONES MERSHOJL SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sss Phone 3 Second St WeaK Hearts v Are due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indiges ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion 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 thatdelcateIhadstomaclrroubleWth It took Kodol Dyspepsia Cur for about four months and It curid me Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles onlj trialajzoPrepared by Eo O DWITT a CO CHIOAQo For sale by Perry Thomas One Eye Ata Time Thats the way we examine Usually the eyes differ in sight A glass which suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer We use modern appliances and scientific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s a1t- aXyi aT ve8St 1tcmo 1 4pSALES 160001 A DAY atches I This is the Iersohl Dollar vatch Khicn sells at the lowest price carries the strong est guarantee and has a Lrger salt rthan all other watches Fcrf ct j in accuracy size and style otherIngeirolla at Jifo Ji75andjico Sold I whereoTTxMtnidhynsforJtcoBookletFree EroI Dragging Pains 2825 Kee St CIIICAOO ILL Oct 2 1902 I sufferedwith falling and con gestion of the womb with severe sufferedstruation had blinding headaches brainWhat t andfailedof Cardui that blessed remedy for pleasanttothe right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins and after using bottles I was a well woman b aperfeethealthCardui fOi menstrual disorders blindingheadaches failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by talk ing Wine of Cardui iri her home patientrequiringspeciatsymptoms OTe LAdles ChattanoogaMedicine WrnEcRDuINT II J p FIRE FIREWe have just received from R J 4 Co of Boston a line of Ladies Misses Childrens and M- ensSHOES that was slightly damaged in their big fire which we put on sale at a 12 Price ifor the next ten days You will find r iS 4 these shoes to be strictly up to date and a great many not damaged at all ji Also remember we will give f 1flffon all r Clothing and Heavy Underwear for ten days 4onlyt t Yours for Bargains 1The Globe Store tA- J 208 Main Street formerly occupied by 1 John G Taylor Sou m t ERECT Fe- 7CORSETh 7are the make in the world with r i TfI modelsforeverypossiblebuildoffigwellyb n I secure pet ease as InIand an bsolutely exact fit T ere styl s ThelrrctFormfollowsourowcontllurltdn itpress uon nbut jti vs a grncelrffttts the persua by keeping the shoulders In astraighUhic Tract Form 973 and tYv EreotFormS14sameaatovhutriscIt irtX or aerale ht coat itb T Wt tract Form 972 In batiste For devetotxxl fitnrrcsj UV Low bust long over bips and aMomK tso jErect Form 362 Fcr stout figure Long uvrt N abdomen and hips gLt tv CForfo1iipErectFerm97OForntauL It J l tooIt n If I rIonl11PFrlJrmodlgrrf ntII t16M lj IAtWelngartenBros 3i737 ray ILl h IIOolJlactakIbPIacclthoW aEft rm A ne i4dc Cured of Piles After 40 Years Mr5Q at Seneva 0 had Dnctorsnddollars hintperthanetiUrn8 hl Ia alas laierauott tnudaItnihprAkin e thrareCheepy E 0 WIee irn r lI NowJstliH time to look ovf your rlierforpeoalty of fine repair work and pra ploy siohia but the b twotJkmenV elsewhereEsijtnRtS have on hand a Mm IIe Use efupts rtliiabtiWt4Iif il MllJqrl