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If THE RICHMOND CLIMAX-I r J d VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER r 11 1903 NUMBLY 25 j PHONE 80 7rJJ 7f y 1 7ittV 2il 1 ee tlJ your but not they it If there are to be if asked by are lower than ours it is your to by them is We add new each day in every line of we carry prices Our Dress Goods is now complete with all the newest things in Black Goods and Novelties See our Line of Fancy in Velvets Oxfords etc from Per Yard to our Line your I The Style and Price will pleas laelipII Mseaiid Cliihfrpus Shoes i Every Overcoats for Men Overcoat fore T Style Overcoats for nl uaJ own price and wi IIHV a t flvon best fur tlio mm Yours to Please Lackey j Cor Main and First Streets Banking on The painter says you bank on Paint because it saves the cot of at least one painting G every five years The painter banks on it because it gives him a Be sure see of and Furs Before making Selection Quality L Make your font The can is made in exact proportionsof the most dutaoie 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 Paint Knowledge and Advice free to 1 PATTON PAINT C wake St1 Milwaukee Vhs FOR SALE BY M Willging d Wall Paper Glass C Th J 3 C 0ItIIl 6 EVASS- JRA FirmlAND A A Wfaenificient of v V tverything for the home V r can be found in our store V Vt10Ir ana our suit I Ir L J We are at home at old stand on Main street and we the best and most e us a cMain Ky I II f Write tor kaaMconr1c2e l Sso- AMEIICAN SEEDING MACHIN II EG II Get YourMoneys Lackey Want patronage unless deserve worthier goods found elsewhere prices others quality considered privilege profit But Facts from Such not the ease something Merchandise andFactoriesDepartment Waistings 25ctoJ anlioesOuality veryBoys Paint practical PattonsSunProof reputation fPatton9s SVftlJPlbeJF Paint Cloaks outl8Q George PJlqtS hcw Stock Goods beautiful prices will everybody Joplins guarantee polite attention Jgive call Crutcher Evans Street Richmond WINES DRUG STORE COR MAIN FIRST Lt Worth hamilton p1 KentuckyDisk In1 rchuneaWeDLsKO4ShO- KY DISK FURROW OPENERS Make perfect seed beds Insu good stnda even in dry seasons The bearing are nar row Give rood clearance cant clotf and are GRIT PROOP Ituy are as simple as- a scythe Last as long as the disk KY SHOE FURROW OPENERS Hare detachable heels to shoes they are made uf forced and polished tool steel can be detached in a second as Important aa a silo share to a piaw Cast work loose r HDBUA88 0 IotLvILI J e you Jf owest Prices obby Suits for Men and t iey We will make you ha- ppyJamilton Richmond Kentucky Announcements FOK COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to tmnounce W IL Attoyare authorized to announce R II ynbJectWe are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic Iary FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JXO W MadisonCoUlltyic authorized to announce B B Million suhJectFOR JAILBR We are authorized to announce F J PER ofMdlsonDemocratic party CGRIGQSasCounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subJectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subJectWe are anthorized to announce A J ROSS subhMORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPAlUtISHcomity subject to the action of the Democratic party RSONIARBSJ o actionr HKountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadlsflnIountyic Party P are authorized to announce J n PARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRIcounty snbject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONIIc stools of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic parly FEDWARDS totheVe nre authorized to announce JOHN ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR tVe are authorized to announce J 1 BAKER AssesI80rarA authorized to announce BUD DUNN routitysubfet 1GOLDENcounty KUlrject o the action of the Demo cratic party Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dill youhaveentincr sore scrofula eczema itclifncs pimplykillor any blood or skin iliKonno take Botanic Blood Maim B B B according to directions Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and ricllleavitiithHkin free from every erupt iOIl Mnd i ving the rich glow ol perfect health to the skin At the ssflle time n B K improves thn dl gestion cures dvspepnia strengthen weak kidneys Just tim medicine for old people as it Rives them new viI ornus blood Druggists per large tiottlo with directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blond Balm Uo Atlanta Describtv trouble and special frea medical advice islI1m Suspected persons as they tand lit the paytniiJellers window in the Bank of France are instantaneously photo graphed Acanjora 5s alwayaih posi lion and ia operated upon signal from the teller i THE OLD REUAJIE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT From Kentucky Will Oc upy a Most Prominent Place AT TilE ST LOUIS EXPOSITION Assigned Space Near Center of Fcr estry Building and on Two of the Main Aisles Chairman Struck Issues Instructions For Preparation of Samples of Logs Boards Etc For the Exhibit On two of the main aisles and al most In the center of the Forestry and Fish and Game Building at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year will stand Kentuckys display of her wonderful forest resources and lumber Interests This space has just been assigned to the Kentucky Ex hibit Association by Mr Tarleton H Bean the chief of the Department of Forestry of the Exposition As is readily seen the forestry display from this commonwealth will occupy an enviable position and it behooves those interested to make the display One worthy the space given it To this end Mr A N Struck Chairman of the Forestry Exhibit Committee of the Exhibit Association and Mr Wil liam Boa Filed Representative ara laying their plans Chairman Struck has Just Issued a circular giving instructions to the log ging camps planing mills and forestry industries of the State as to how can best assist him in making theI display a success Logs cut eight length are to be shown This length Iin been decided on so the samples Sketch showing how bonn aimiies are to be displayed In Kentuckys Forestry Fx bibitat the Worlds Fair will be worth something after the Ex- positiOn The ends of the logs will show cross cuts while In the middleI a section will be cut out about foot deep three fet across at the top rounded down to two feet across at the bottom which will sh9w the lat eral cut as well as the beauty of the grain Mr Struck states that all logs must be cut to eight feet and tbe dl ameter should not be less than 21 Inches if possible to get same In addition to the logs there will be boyd samples of which the accompanying sketch will give an idea These board samples will be tour feet lung b ytwo feet high by four inches tnick and will be partly finished and partly unfinished so as to show the wood in its natural and its finished state The method to be followed by the Kentucky Exhibit Association in displaying samples of the States for estry products and resources Is right uptodate being recommended by government experts as being tbe most economical and best plan yet found Mr Struck announced that arrangements are to be made to store the logs and board samples for the exhibit in two or three convenient places In different parts of the State Here his committee will have certain men to prepare the samples so that all shall be finished in the same way Besides the logs and boards there will be shown in the Kentucky space all forms of manufacture from tho forest industries In view of this fact It is hoped by the Exhibit Association that many more lumber firms and cor poratlons and manufacturers will sub scribe to the fund being raised to doS fray the expense of the forestry hibit along with the erection of the Kentucky Building and the exhibits to be made in other departments of the exposition The contributions thus far received range from K5 to 100 A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs caus ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner MarlonIndwho was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining weakened 148ia remedies to no avail until 1 used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en tirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal byEDiamonds were first brought Irom the East where the mine of Sumbufour was the first discovered lit 15S4 the minis of Gplconda were discovered and in 1728 thoseof Brazil were found AgeItsre spect old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr1 Kinsr New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how ageDyapepelation all yield to this perfect pill 25c at sli drug stores liu t i STUDY SPOTS ON THE SUN Obserwation of Extraordinary Group Made at JfaYul Observatory Di mension of Disturbed Area The United States naval observatory at Washington made observations of the extraordianry group of spots recent ly visible on the sun the largest group discovered in the last decade The ob servations were under the direction of JJeorge H Peters The enormous group was observed with a photoheliograph said Mr Peters In discussing the matter The individual spots comprising the group have become less numerous some of the smaller spots having consolidated with the others The group consists of about nine spots in nil and now shows indIca- tions of condensing into two principal spots or groups somewhat separated The total length of the disturbed region was 172000 miles with a width of about 59000 miles the aggregate length of tho principal spots being 123000 milesIgroup was easily seen by the naked eye at the naval observatory by several of the astronomers A brilliant aurora was also observed a bright glow In the heavens near the northern horizon while intense streams shot up toward the zenith These conspicuous aurorae often accompany the appear ance of large sun spots The magnetic producingmagnetic needl- eEDITORS FINE IS UPHELD Sllssonrl Supreme Court fluXes Attack on Justices Is Libelous Which They Have Power to Punish The Missouri supreme court has hand ed down a decision in the case of Editor Shepherd the Warrensburg newspaper man who was fined 500 several months ago on the charge of contempt in that he published an article attacking the court The opinion which is written 114byand cites cases beginning with the time of Caesar to show that this court has the Inherent power and jurisdiction to punish contempt summarily Shepherdseverybranchthe several officers It continues Ifi these charges are true the persons who are thus charged should be prosecuted and removed from oMce On the other hand anyone who makes such charges should be prepared to make some sort of a decent showing of their truth Judge Marshall says that Instead of proving his charges or making the II1thdraw1ngthem Shepherd challenged the jurisdiction of the court and sought to escape on tech courtISITE OF NEXT GREAT WAR Belief That Next Conflict of United States Will Be on South Amer- Ican Soil The general staff of the army has decided to send agents into South America to study military conditions there aa 10 preparation for war involving tho United States which may be fought In that part of tho world This policy la based on the conclusion that the next conflict of the American government will be for the maintenance of the Mon roe doctrine It Is said to be the opinion of the general staff that hostilities will ultimately come with one or more European powers over the principles embraced Ini President Monrces message Several army officers will be sent to South American capitals They will bC accredited as military attaches to the United States legations In these capi tals It has come to the knowledge of thB authorities here thtt military agents ofl European capital are busily engaged IB collecting information u to the charaei ten of the roads the country generally and the food supply In South America The awakening of Interest In this direction a urally regarded with euspl et RunawayTerminated leg ot J B Orner Franklin Grove III It developed stubborn ulcer unyielding yearsThAnIts just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all drug stores 1m The first locotnotivo built in this country was placed on the South Caro lina railroad in 1833 It was not until 1832 however that the use of locomo fives was firmly established No matter bow longvou have had the couch if it develop ed into consumption Dr Woods Nor way Pine Syrup wil cure it 1m The vowel oiltaja greater number nt sounds in Enpliab than in any other language It is jirdnounced in six diff er ntwnysS Hundreds of Ijvejvuaved everyyeaf IElcctricOillntheCures croup hens barse cuts wounds miIIII SCALE LOFTY MOUNTAIN Two Daring CUmbars of New Orleani Reach Summit of Mount Tacoma m Feat Kaver Performed Before What has been considered an Impos halrta entire possibility Mount Tacoma or Mount Rainier as it sometimes Is called lisa been scaled by two daring DettaINew Orleans Dr Betts held the theory that the theIing so the mountain climbers were compelled to cut more than 500 steps in tie IceAt one point they found avalanches had carried away the great rock above Gibraltar on which previous climbers Iwho had made a partial ascent had do Ipended in ascending one of the steepest places This mountain stands 14444 feet above the sea and Is the king of moun italns In the United States It is 30 miles south of the city of Tacoma and stands in solitary grandeur The climb really begins at Reflection lake For the first 400 feet the two men made their way over a spole of broken rock They crossed grass plots and snow banks and zigzagged over snowfields Finally they came to the gully at the head of which stands the peak Scaling this they were confront ed with an easy climb of 50 feet and then reached the summit The top of the peak is about 10 by 12 feet square formed of slabs of rocks set nearly on sideIroutes be examined with clearness from the peak and after viewing the splendid scene laid out before them the two climbers made their way back to their camp on the mountain side where they spent the nightSOn the following day they began the descent They had still 4000 feet to descend but the snow was good The feat they accomplished is regarded as one of the most difficult which has been at tempted successfully in the history of mountain climbing LOVE RECALLED BY CRISIS Premier Dnlfour Devoted to Mary yttel on Pledged life to Her Memory When Death Claims Her The romantic tale of Prime Minister Balfours love story is recalled by the surprising appointment of Alfred Lyt telton to the colonial secretaryship Thirty years ago Mr Balfour was In love with Honorable Mary Lyttelton Alfreds youngest sister She was clever cultivated and charming but delicate and died In 1875 when only 18 Arthur Balfour was inconsolable and the story is told that he entered the death chamber removed his ring and placed It oil her wedding fingef pledging himself forever to his dead love He has always remained a close friend of Alfred Lyttelton who several years later married Laura Tennant the eldest sister of Margot Tennant who now is Mrs Herbert Asquith and the original of Bensons Dodo Laura Tennant a remarkably bril liant fascinating girl attracted all the Intellectual men and women of smart society In her day but she too died a few years after marriage The devo tion between Laura and Margot was Intense and the latter was terribly stricken by the bereavement Mr Balfour the Lytteltons and all tho other young people who worshiped at Laura Lytteltons shrine devoted themselves to consoling Margot for her loss and always alluded to Laura as The Soul The circle these formed whoIintellectual pretensions excited much envious criticism ROYAL BATTLE WITH A WHALE Monster In Captured Off Newfound land Cot After Fifth Lasting TwentyNine Hours The whaling steamer Humber has ar rived at St Johns N F for repairs from damages received In a royal battle oft Cape Spear N F with a monster whale asserted by the crew to have been 110 feet long The fight lasted 29 hours When the monster was harpooned It started towing the vessel at the rate of seven miles an hour though the en gines were reversed fUJI speed which under ordinary conditions would mean a retrograde movement of about eight miles This continued for hours the ship as the whale flew off In zigzag courses being almost towed under the water the sea washing the decks Say eral times the captain was on the point of cutting the cable but the windlass held and the whale finally gave up the struggle A Thrifty Irishman Patrick Mahaney of Derby Conn has sailed for his old home in Ireland with jSSiSOO representing the savings of 3J years as a farmhand His wages gen emIly were 12 a month and board In the 32 years he had but three employers and took only six days off His expenditures amounted to 4490 an average ol less than 12 cents a month This money he spent principally for newspapers Mahaney said he had enough to live on comfortably and would never work agaln Next In lAne- One of the universities has established YIIIchair of dishwashing SssSaw- And as natural gas peters out so to speak the price of petroleum Johns up as It were TO OTOE A COLD IN OKIE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents The vervain solago and mistletoe were held as sacred plants by the Druids Time oaV and Roman trees wera also sacred The selago plant is supposed to be the club moss A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly disor dered or overloaded Kodol siaCure supplies the natural Juices for digestion and does the work for the broach relaxing the nervous tension fhile the inflammed muscle of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepsia Care digests what you eat and enablee the HfIWIoACh and digestive organs to iranefortsi all food into rich red Wooo gold by K 0 Wines 1m J w I FINE CLOTHINCS I 55 tS I ptSS The inbeltin Schlossmnde Clothing Is to protect the wearer It sta1ds for reputation uniform excellence and up todateness tM Fall Derby I SSiTDrop let it over J4 fWe keep on hand at all times agood supply ofI Brush Greek Coal t from the neW mines that are be ing operated Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal will reduce your coal bills nearly i1nJr At the Kiinetiine giving you perfect Satisfaction Also Red Ash Jellico and grades 55 Coal Fee37 Lime Sand Cement Etc We are stillin the C ofIe Polite and Prompt jberviceW ig- tHh ht LetcheffWitt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone Depott4 i i mo1d v Master Cbinrissi Notice 1bCtcrw-i M A DISPU CIRCUIT COURT E L Had n ib t Pus o P titjWt lIl Allpezsonsuhaytng claims against the estate Hadqit nrA hereby notified file tlm same le lIv verified with lhenndersipnedL or before the 7th dho1 December or same will be barred S EecoDrMcMcc8O- bp5tatrl 1 t t iiiJOE WHISKY t OSWT 54 UandmadaSotir Mash Every drop guan nj tetc bepBreralt is ot01u style m nuI fcliM N t 01 liT 3 TfE A for mdtelpnrrose YQu ItIt the i jest Furnleh1BtrIctly to Fan1iPiade t 1tvarDld in jugs 4OOper gallon lot t u ti Sit 5u ings 2iiQ5 5 l 3 Ii tiWIiiSk7iO gallon d ts tOmtIY MJif X t1nYblR rop Dilttt Mejw Dovlyr Andersotf county Ky c 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 mornrand after the sun goes down sends many a man to 111 early grave Ask Any Physician K This Is Not TrueS The Primlico Top Coati- s shown in tile illustration It is a garment that eleganceIt TASTEItand the materials that enter into its construction are above reproach It is essentially a quality pro Wehave10 wellknownSCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers You can save money by buying your fall and winter shoes from us We are showing and selling wore shoe titan any house in Cen trail Kentucky Our shoes wear better are more stylish fit better andare better that shoes bought elsewhere Give our Shoes a trialand be convinced Geta Halves HatThey only cost 83 They are guaranteed to be better than any So hat uptopateOur Notions are uptodate The stock is replete with novelties of every description Our prices are low for cash and goods all first class Our Dress Goodsare the talk ot the city We have more dress goods to show you to Ourdrlssour styles and prices- Remember that our Ladies Waiting room on the balcony in our store is free for the use of all ladies who visit us Bring your furnishedfreein and us talk dcLAarnCOmf ail one ners I Big Hill Coal Co ORUANDO KV Shippers of AInite Coal 4 + ++ ++++4+ + + e +++++++A i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJgrate without any attention ++++ + +4+ + ++4 + +++l 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 5G jf jf Jf imDry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hambrgs also the best quality of1 Mat e s lIntings 8 Give us a call andwe will give you Pw- satisfactions SI ir Vhnrte UIbiiujii i+ Corner Main and Second RICHMOND K U Y x ii THE RICHMOND CLIMAX p i IvOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERS 1903 NTJMBL3 25 iPHONE 80 I Get YourlVloneys itIfasked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by them But Facts from Such is not the ease possiblepricesin Black Goods and Novelties See our Line of Fancy Waistings in Velvets Oxfords etc from 25c to 1 Per Yard 1 and Price will you 4Highestw Style on The bank Paint saves the cot at one every live The on him lP Be sure see our Line of and t Before makth your The Style Quality please Quality Ladies Mi wp and Shoes Mens and Uny Hoots 1nli Shoes Ladies and Mens Knhlfer Gnndfl andBoysEvery Men IhYR Make yr ur own price and we tisyc a Coat in lit von Th hpot for money We will milk von happy Yours Please Lackey HamiltonC- or and Streets Richmond Kentucky Banking Paint practical painter says you can on- Patton SunProof because it of least painting r painter banks becauce it gives a reputation Patterns SVf rJPRJJblF iJt Cloaks Childrens Overcoats Overcoat for Youths Overcoatpfor the to Main First 1 j years it n is made in exact proportionsof the most clnruMe 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 1 Faint Knowledge and Advice free to S PATTON PAINT C J ke St Milwaukee Wis FOR SALE BY George M Willging iiifs Wall Paper Glass j II KH GiEVANS JU j I lJew Firm 2 AND A Maentficient Stock of Goods sft Everything forthehome beautiful can be found in our store = osq Ir and our prices will suit I everybody 1- L I= We are at home at Joplins old stand on Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attention give us a call Crutcher Main Street Richmond Ky Nl Write torpriceund complete Drill Caa1ogSoi AMERICAIi SEDINO U iIEC WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST Worth Lackey Hamilton carryandto Furs Selection for Evans Every Quality THE KentucKy ln1erch n e bIe Disk OiSb KY DISK FURROW OPENERS Make perfect seed beds Insure good stands even in dry seasons The tire nar row Give rood clearance cant deandare GRiT PROOP They are as simple as a scythe Last as lone as the disk KY SHOE FURROW OPENERS Hare detachable fceela to hoes they are made ot forced and polished too stiel can be detached in a secuod as Important as a silo share to a ploT Cant work lijaie u I HulGeCOsBttwLoJiVIJjj KY Lowest Prices 2nnouhccmentsbi ATTtRNEYBWe are authorized unnounce W R AttOrlnypartythannounce R II yhnbjectWe are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic parry FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W laCountyic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million subjectFOR JAILER Weare authorized toannounce J PER 01MadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subJectWe are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS subiitMOROATAYLOItcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic partyhQPAenmity subject to the action of the Democraticparty ANDERSONIAIJailer of Madison county swbJect lothe action of the Democratic tartyrIiKiNNEDYofcountysubject BUCKJOIISSONounty subject to the action of the Democratic Party e are anthorized to announce JR PARKE a candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party IBILLcounty snbject to tile action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce Vf T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer ol Madison county subject to the action of tbe Democra partyKFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT eTONlie schools of Madison subject to the notion of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce BEN F ofPublicthe action of the Democratic partylJOliNNOLAND dtheFOR ASSESSOR Ire are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sot subject to the action of the Democraticparty Wo are authorized to announce BUD DUNN oulitysubject tGOLDENcounty fuliject to the action of the Demo crutic party Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poisone Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood IK impure thin dls ea rd hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eatintr sores ecnfula eczema itchings pimplykiuor any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B according to directions Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and the skin free from every eruptIonaml giviuc the rich glow 01 perfect h a1th ro time skin At the gome tjmn B B H improves tit digestion cnres strengthens weak kidneys Junt mite medicine for vllllorous ndvlreIpeafed cases of impure blood and skin dispase and cures niter all else falls lin Suspected persons as they stand nt the payma telleriwindow In the Bank of France are instantaneously photo eraplied A cam ra ts always In posi tion and operated upon a signal from the teller I THE OLD REWLE Absolutely PenLe THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE THE FORESTRY EXHIBIT From Kentucky Will Occupy a Most Prominent Place AT THE ST LOUIS EXPOSIfION Assigned Space Near Center of For estry Building and on Two of thej Main Aisles Chairman Struck Is sues Instructions For Preparation of Samples of Logs Boards Etc For the Exhibit On two of the main aisles and al most In the center of the Forestry and Fish and Game Building at the Worlds Fair in StTouis next year will stand Kentuckys display of bar wonderful forest resources and lumber interests This space has just en assigned to the Kentucky Ex bit Association by Mr Tarlcton H ean the chief of the Department of Forestry ol the Exposition As is adily seen the forestry display from is commonwealth will occupy an enviable position and it behooves those interested to make the display one worthy the space given it To this end Mr A N Struck Chairman of the Forestry Exhibit Committee of the Exhibit Association and Mr Wil liam Boa laying their plansIChairman Struck has just issued a circular giving instructions to the log ng camps planing mills and forestry dustries of the State as to how they can best assist him In making the display a success Logs cut eight feet In length are to be shown This length has been decided on so the samples Sketch showing how board amttesztreh be displayed In Kentuckys at the Worlds Falrl will be worth something after the Ex position The ends of the logs will show cross cuts while in the middle a section will be cut out about a half foot deep three feet across at the top- ounded down to two feet across at the bottom which will show the lateral cut as well as the beauty of the grain Mr Struck states that all logs must be cut to eight feet and the dl ameter should not be less than 24 Inches if possible to get same In addition to the logs there will be board samples of which the accompanying sketch will give an Idea These oard samples will be tour feet long ytwo feet high by four inches wick and will be partly finished and partly unfinished so as to show the wood In its natural and its finished state The method to be followed by the- entucky Exhibit Association In dis playing samples of the States forestry products and resources Is right uptodate being recommended by government experts as being the mostUeconomical and best plan yet Mr Struck announced that arrange ments are to be made to store the ogs and board samples for the exhibit in two or three convenient places In parts of the State Here his- ommittee will have certain men to prepare the samples so that all shall be finished in the same waypBesides the hors IlItd will be shown in the Kentucky space all forms of manufacture from tho forest industries In view of this fact It Is hoped by the Exhibit Association that p toratlonsscribe to the fund being raised to defray the expense of the forestry ex hiblt along with the erection of the Kentucky Building and the exhibits too made In other departments of tho The contributions thus far received range from S25 to 100t A Remarkable Case One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on time lungs caus- Ing pneumonia is that of Mrs Ger trude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 I tried a number of remedies to no avail until 1 used One Minute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me en mylungs byEDiamonds were first brought from the East where the mine of Sumbnfour was the first discovered In 1584 tbe mines of Golconda wore discovered and in 1728 those of Brazil were found AgeItsre spect old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kings New Life PIUs Thpv cut off maladies no matter how ageDyspepsialion all yield to this perfect pilh 25c at all drug stores 1m W STUDY SPOTS ON THE SUNth fo1deiiienalon of Dliitnrbed Area toStthe extraordianry group of spots recent ladiscovered thGeorgeThe enormous group was observed with a photoheliograph said MrdPeters In scIndividual thsmaller tethenine spots in all and now shows IndIca- tions of condensing into two principal spots or groups somewhat separated The total length of the disturbed re gion was 172000 miles with a width of about 59000 miles the aggregate length of the principal spots being 123000 milesThe group was easily seen by the naked eye at the naval observatory by several of the astronomers A brilliant aurora was also observed a bright glow in the heavens near the northern hori zon while intense streams shot up to consPIcnouslaurorae producingmagnetic needle EDITORS FINE IS UPHELD BHaionrl Supreme Court Rule Attack on thTheyThe Missouri mipreme court has hand liShepherdman who was fined 500 several months thathecourt The opinion which is written by Justice Marshall and concurred in Bandof Caesar to show that this court hat tpunishShepherdseTeryibranchthe several officers it continues If these charges are true the persons who are thus charged should be prosecuted othe1lhandshould be prepared to make some sort of a decent showing of their truth Judge Marshall says that Instead of proving his charges or making the w1thdraw1ngthem Shepherd challenged the Jurisdiction of the court and sought to escape on tech courtinSITE OF NEXT GREAT WAR Belief TJint Whit Conflict of United State Will Be on South ican Soil Aerj dejcldedpreparation for war Involving the nited States which may be fought in that part of tho world This policy Ia based on the conclusion that the next conflict of the American government will be for the maintenance of the Monroe doctrine It is said to be the opinion of the genial s staff that hostilities will ultimate come with one or more Europeans owers over the principles embraced President Monroes message Several army officers will be sent to South American capitals They will bq accredited as military attaches to the United Steles legations in these capi als It haa come to the knowledge of the authorities here that military agents ofj European capitals are busily engaged IaI Jterand the food supply in South America awakening of interest In this dire- ion ill Silurally regarded with suspl GL RunawayTerminated leg of J B Orner FrnnKlin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding fouryelMIThenIts just aa good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions anti Piles 25c at alLdrujt stores 1w =The flrct locoirotive built In this country wits placed on the South Carolina railroad ill 1830 It was not until 1832 however that the use of locomotives was firmly established No matter how long have had the cough t if it hasnt already developed into consumption Dr Woods Nor way Pine ISyruji will cure it 1m The vowel e1iaaa greater number sounds in English than in any other language It is pronounced in six diff erent way yearb1IlvintDr neededCueaof every acri f 1- wiai jSCALE LOFTY MOUNTAIN Two Daring CSImbra of New Orleans Reach Summit of Mount Tacoma a Feat Xver Performed Before What has been considered an Impos- sIble feat in mountain climbing has just been performed thereby proving pts entire possibility Mount Tacoma or Mount Rainier as it sometimes is celled has been scaled by two daring mountain climber Dr W R Belts of New Orleans and H N Sarvant of New Orleans Dr Betts held the theory that the mountain could be surmounted and the proof has been gieven although in doing so the mountain climbers were corn pelled to cut more than 500 steps in the ice At one point they found avalanches had carried away the great rock above Gibraltar on which previous climbers who had made a partial ascent had de Ipended in ascending one of the steepest places This mountain stands 14444 feet above the sea and is the king of moun- taIns in the United States It is 30 miles south of the city of Tacoma and stands in solitary grandeur The climb really begins at Reflection lake For the first 400 feet the two men made their way over a spole of broken rock They crossed grass plots and snow banks and zigzagged over snowfields Finally they came to the gully at the head of which stands the peak Scaling this they were confront with an easy climb of 50 feet and en reached the summit The top of the peak Is about 10 by 12 feet square rmed of slabs of rocks set nearly on ge accessible on only one side After inspecting the different routes which had been tried In vain atttemptsireach the top and which ex amined with clearness from the peak and after viewing the splendid scene id out before them the two climbers m ade their way back to their camp on spenttheOn the following day they began the escent They had still 4000 feet to de end but the snow was good The feat ey accomplished is regarded as one of e most difficult which has been at mpted successfully In the history of m ountain climbing LOVE RECALLED BY CRISIS Premier Bnlfonr Devoted to 3Inrjr Lyttelton Pledged Life to liar Memory When Death Claim Her The romantic tale of Prime Minister Balfours love story is recalled by the surprising appointment of Alfred Lyt telton to the colonial secretaryship Thirty years ago Mr Balfour was in love with Honorable Mary Lyttelton Alfreds youngest sister She was clever cultivated and charming but delicate and died in 1875 when only 18 Arthur Balfour was inconsolable nd the story is told that he entered death chamber removed his ring and placed it on her wedding finger pledging himself forever to his dead love He has always remained a close friend of Alfred Lyttelton who several years later married Laura Tennant e eldest sister of Margot Tennant now is Mrs Herbert Asquith and the original of Bensons Dodo Laura Tennant a remarkably bril ant fascinating girl attracted all the- ntellectual men and women of smart society in her day but she too died a few years after marriage The devotion between Laura and Margot was intense and the latter was terribly stricken by the bereavement Mr ailout the Lytteltons and all the other young people who worshiped at Laura Lytt ltons shrine devoted themselves to consoling Margot for er loss and always alluded to Laura as The Soul The circle these formed became known as The Souls who by their exclusiveness as well as their Intellectual pretensions excited much envious criticism ROYAL BATTLE WITH A WHALE Honater In Captured Off etrfound land Coat After Flcht Lasting TwentyNine hones The whaling steamer Humber has arrived at St Johns N F for repairs from damages received in a royal battle oft Cape Spear N F with a monster whale asserted by the crew to have been 110 feet long The fight lasted 29 hours When the monster was harpooned it started towing the vessel at the rats of seven miles an hour though the engines were reversed full speed which under ordinary conditions would mean a retrograde movement of about eight miles This continued for hours the ship as the whale flew off in zigzag courses being almost towed under the water the sea washing the decks Several times the captain was on the point of cutting the cable but the wlndlasa held and the whale finally gave up the struggle A Thrifty Irishman Patrick Mahaney of Derby Conn has sailed for his old home in Ireland with 5200 representing the savings of 32 years as a farmhand His wages gen Crally were 12 a month and board In the 32 years he had but three employers and took only six days off His expendi oflessnewspapersJlahaney comfortably and would never work aga1nIOne of the universities has established saysthechair of dishwashlag SSaAnd as natural gas peters out so ts speak the price of petroleum Johns up as itwere TO OTT31E A COLD IS OKI DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents The vervain selago and mistletoe were held as sacred plants by the Druids The oalr and Roman trees wera also sacred The selago plant is supposed tobe the club moss A Scientific Discovery ICodol Dyspepsia Gore does for the stomach that it is unable to door itself even when but slightly disor dered or overloaded Kodol Dyspep sia Cure supplies the natural Juices for digestion and does the work for the tomacb relaxing the nervous tension 7bile the Inflammed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyspepeia Cure digests what von eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs tQtriMNtrlID all food into rich red Wwl Sold byE 0 Wiae tql Ju II I FINE GudfHiNG I e t The label on Schlossmade Clothing Itoprotect the wearer It stands for re potation uniform excel lence and npUodateness tTYuieI Fall tJDerby I let We keep on hand at all limey a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from new mines tliat are he lug oneratelta Brush Creek Ky and do not hesitate to say that you wIll find this to be an ideal Coal and Svill reduce your coal thills noarly onehalf At pertectSatisfaction le1JicQWId qthergraies Co 1FeedLime- aadS HCemejiV Etc I We are stilLiiuthe e s ssX and solicit a share yotiitpatronae We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Seryiceandjjbod Weight iJt 5 t1l Phone 142 LN Depot J Riwcrf 1If Master Gommissioners Notice t6editorS MADISON CIRCUIT COURT E L Haden c H i Pills On Petition 4I ifu All persons baying cJtiii 8 against estate of Lto Had arn hereby notified1ofl1tho verified with the undersi2ne day of or same will bebarreds w S E 8C03MVM OAI 00 3leptit OLD J WHISKY Haad made Sour i Evetydropguarai d teed to bepur ltisof oltieIyWrimnu j UnW aiBEPTE1ur f I1A Qpuq pdse rouijf time sht FnrnlahedrStrlieHy to FamitaJtrt 10 year oldIu jugs 400 per gallois 10c y JiiKAtlwiSS a 5I ijugs42t4jL 2 v 6 4Y bo Nti W1Iisk3llSjrfalion J r ifL- I tryi vt t IIiI1I op Old 3iiiYefyP l XcBrer paylyr Anderson ecanty y C Early Faiiorcoat I Is an Ounce of Prevention disregardtheearlymornmanto an early graveAsk Physician If This Not True The Primlico Top Coati- s shown in the illustration It is a garment that eleganceIt TASTEItand the materials that enter into its construction- are above reproach is essentially a quality pro Wehave10 wellknownSCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers fromusbetterandand be convinced Geta Hawes HatThey only S3 They are guaranteed to be better than any 56 uptopltte1RY noveltiesorclass Our Dress Goodsare the talk ot city We have more tires goods to show you to Ourdressour styles and prices Inourdinners and eat them here accommodations will be furnished free tSlPDrop in and us talk it overjg8 w 40ckim C3Ol7lfJalf the the of LeteherCTittCoal tbe eaiheleganv the 7th DcemhorIO03 ash Is It cost hat the All i r t Big Din Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile CoaJ t + + ++ ++++ +++ + + 4+++++ + ++++++ + C t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t grate without any attention f fr + ++++ + ++++++ 44 + ++++++++++++t MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINS Fr further information address General Passenger AgentrChicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of jf 1 DryOoocis js c We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful r Laces Hamburgs also the best q aIitYof Mat y tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions tsH Whirt WhJCorner Maid and Second RICHMOND KNTUi Whot Are You Writing For j Our Stock is Large Our Goods New Our Prices Low We make a business of making bargains in Boots and ShoesOur line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line in the city We have a large stock of Felt Boots and Rubbers at the lowest prices Our line of Gents Furnishings is hard to beat in the larger dUes The latest in style the finest in quality the utmost in variety have been combined by us in our mighty effort for trade There is a limit below which honest goods cannot be sold We place our price at the Low Water Markfor safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticiseus know us and you will find we deal fair and SAVE YOU DOLLARS CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Kentucky ecxa Ooke o tSIlS e9 HI PRECINOTSI 1t R Judge House 77 143 77 140 78 78 143 79 78 23 12Just End 154 W 150 93 HiS 154 95 165 165 68 18 University 185 II 181 93 150 183 104 186 J82 79 8IEat Rlltl HO 138 135 138 137 136 138 136 137 flO 10 Clienanlt 129 78 127 78 127 78 128 127 42 Forrest Hill 140 73 136 72 13G 136 72 136 io 47 White Hall 148 134 150 134 150 150 134 149 irio 22 IK 70 189 69 181 181 70 182 182 24 16 TipYon 128 69 127 67 128 127 67 27 127 24 Kavanaugh 124 8923 89 124 124 89 324 124 37 17 Waco 134 122 131 121 147 131 122 132 183 108 10 12 Brassfleld 66 115 64 115 68 64 116 65 67 142 13 Boarwallow 113 141 113 141 113 113 141 113 113 12 Kingston 146 112 143 110 143 143 110 143 144 60 15 Blue Lick is 145 76 142 75 75 142 77 75 31 16 Perea 25 161 25 167 30 28 158 30 33 74 17 Clay 82 157 82 155 82 82 155 82 82 00 18 Duncannon 101 128 99 126 98 98 127 93 OS 19 19 137 97 131 96 133 132 99 132 334 59 21 20 Tevis 145 112 139 110 131 141 140 38 32 21 Crutcher 112 68 107 68 19 109 68 109 108 21 Poosey 76 136 72 136 72 72 136 72 72 14 23 Newl 107 146 105 144 105 105 144 105 105 16 24 Biggerstaff 166 111 155 19 157 165 110 160 157 24 Total 12713 2914 2844 2709 2S6O 2869 IllOOl 246 1 he Richmond Climax i CUENAULTpresident- A MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY NOV 1903 DBM1JHKU EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated Announcement FOR CONGRESS We authonied to announde Hon MOORE of Mercer county a candidate for Congres in the Eighth District to succeed lion Q Gilbert subject to the action of Democratic party Your support earnestly solicited tI1BroerCo11 LEXINGTON KY Notable Array of Home Needs The result of careful selections the leading manufacturers Our fall exhibit shows an assort mentof- CARETS DRAPERIESFURNITURE WALL PAPER WOOD MANTELS 1 GOODSWhich far surpasses any former display Here you will find relia ble goods and priced to suit the most economical of purchasers We extend an invitation to call and look them over i C1F1BroirCo1 MAIN AND BROAD WA LXI1GT9N Y p r1 yZ ij 1Gov IR Circuit Icomwtbl Senator IRep Circuit Clerk ICon tI m a= = Iio s c = S = tj1 sr= = tj tj 1C 8 I 3 II 8 f 0 l lCourt 2 a 4 6 3 8 7 9 8 9 11 o 11 5 14 7 2 7 11 4 Burnam 11140I 14 2 1 4 9 1290i27362777 O D 11 are D L ns U Is from t 7 tj Official Vote of Below is given the RlchmonLI city of Richmond named were elected without opposition AVEST END WARD JUSTICE OK TilE PEACE J D Dykes 164 CONSTABLE L M Scrivner 166 COUNCILMEN W L Arnold 162 D R Shackelford 163 J W Hates 162 ADMlller 162 Alex Maupin 159 W I By bee 158 UNIVERSITY JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE J D Dykes 183 CONSTABLE L M Scrivner 183 COCKCILMEK- AV L Arnold 178 D B Shackdford 178 J WHales 178 A D Miller 181 Alex Maupin 176 W LBybee 180 EAST END JUSTICE OF TilE PEACE J D Dykes 137 CONSTABLE L MScrivner 13E COUNCILMEN W L Arnold 137 D R Shackelford 13- 6JWBales 133 A D Miller 136 Alex Maupin 134 W L Bybee 135 COURT HOUSE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE J D Dykes 78 CONSTABLE L M Scrivner 185 COUNCILMAN W U Arnold 79 D B Shackelford 78 J W Bales 78 A D Miller 78 Alex Maupin 71 WL Bybee 79 stnr A white and black spotted hop welghingabout 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges A H LAws 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky for Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 400 Will Milor SIOO Too large for bed room In my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No long ring or five 107 7tf G AV GATES Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with Local Applications as they can not reach thaseat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutjooal di sease and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directlv on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by ono of the best physicians iuthls coun preelriptionpurifiers acting directly on the mu cous surfaces The perfect combina producespatarrh Send for testimonials free FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by drnggjata 75c 1ie nHlI1T nHIr nai Jji 4 cr fi 1 TIlE CLIMAX feels that it Is eminently proper that it should call special at tention of its readers to the services render d the Democratic party during the recent campaign bv that faithful servant of Democracy Mr J L Sowers editOr 01 the Valley View Argeut Weekly this bright and breezy little sheet visited the homes of its subscri bersladened with pnrewbolesomeuemo cratic doctrine superior both in quality and quantity The Argent in the hands of Mr Sower is a great boon to that section of Madison county not only as a political factor but as an ex ponent of all that is Rood and just and the CLIMAX does not hesitate to call on the Democrats of the county to lend the Argent a helping hand by contribu ting to both its announcement and ad vertising columns Sheriffs Salet F- ORTAXES IWILLO- NMonday Dec 7 1903 In front of the Court House door this being County Court Day expose to proprertyspective amounts After all notices aud warning have been given and all time exhausted in promises I will now proceed to do my duty as re- qUIred by law Trusting you may be able to settle before day of sale I tam very respectfully H H COLYER Ex S1I C White List McMahan Pat helm First St 3 75 Mulflnger Race street 10 70 0 H Harrison n r Slots In DiI lingham Ad in block 13 lot 13 lot 17 in block 9 lot U4 in block 9 49 00 Colored List Arthur Mitchell Lyndon ave 4 60 Black Jas Sr Miller Alley 4 25 Breck Bnrgoyne Firstatreet 44 95 35BurtlnMartbaBurton Steve L A R R 4 30 Oqampbellqampbell Mat Jr B St 8 80 Cjbenault Tobe Hill St 4 80 Qhenanlt Emily 8 30 Crutclier George Hill St 6 20- Ejtnbry Julia B St 4 S- OErnbry Maria B St 2 65 65fisherFife Sarah Hill St A 00 Fife Mary E Irvine St 4 30 55HiliIrvine Mariah First Be 1185 Lindsay f Rev IF ar Miller Alley 8 70 Mathews Nannie Francis St 8 O Monday Wtn Race St 3 75 Phelps Jen 1540IPhelps Zen Steep St 9 65 Parks Dudley Irvine St 5 47 Rhodes Leviaia bra InJne St 7 30 Swltb Howard Estlll ave I 5 75 L L r For the Richmond ClimaxINovember Rhymes and Reflections The bright autumnal days are waning fast Fast drop the leaves of gold Soon Winter with his flowers of frost And icy fingers cold Will touch and chill the wide expanse Of woodland stream and wold r = Hon Frank Earnest an erstwhile citizen and Councilman of Clay City but now a Republican leader ot Lexington loomed up at the voting grounds early on the morning of last election day He came over from his bluegrass wigwam to stimulate the drooping spirits of his political comrades and administer the oil of con solation to the then already vanquished champions of the Citizen Ticket with whom he was formerly as sociated Frank though a Republican is possessed of a fund of genuine humor and a certain sunniness of soul that always make of him a welcome visitor The ladies of the Christian church who spread a royal repast in their handsome church edifice on elec tion day it is reported realized a snug sum from the gastronomic supplies dispensed the hungry voters The pity is that all this root of evil could not thus be turned into the channel of charity rather than be loosedupon the stream of political corruptio- nIll toot my horn and the boys will fall into line said a Clay City political boss on election eve To the toot of that horn so potent of yore The lads in the trenches were dumb The tone of its tootings had fooled them before And response to its tootings was mum If azain you should toot your political horn Let the toot be freedom for all Then the children of toll though sad and forlorn Will bless you and hearken your call And from every vocation from workshop to mine Gods brave sons of labor will fall into line A Republican friend of Teuton blood commenting on the result of the November election in this State delivered himself thus I shoost tole you mine frient dot vas vone awful ding as must be Dose demycratz hab blayed de dickens mit ebery ding Day shoost made some big landsape as never vas Mine gracious I hab some bad cold mine eyes day neber vill stop der veepin some more J H Anderson Uncle Toddy was a most en thusiastic participant in the affairs of the nevertobe forgotten Third of November 1903 Equipped with a pair of monster hares bred on the fertile fields of the fearless and invincible Shelton Roberts and supple mented by a political memory that antedates the excit ing campaigns of Old Hickory and the immortal Sage of Ashland he checked the furious assaults and ultimately swept from the field of crimson carnage the maddened hosts of Michigans doughty Scot And now as sadly sails the sable barque up the sullen waters of Salt River bearing to the castle of Portentous Silence the vanquished remnant of Clay Citys Citizen Ticket comes back in wailing accents and broken sobs the cry OhK Toddy Toddy Toddy the potent touch of thy fatal rabbits foot hath forever wrecked our fondest hopes and filled our souls with sorrow The sun still shines in the sky overhead There is still an abundance in store The rain still falls on the just and unjust And the world wags on as before On the Clay City municipal ballot the device of the Democratic ticket was the undisputed lord of the farm yard the game and gallant rooster ofthe mixed or Citi zen ticket a cable and anchor At firstthere was much discussion as to the name and signification of the latter emblem but a new and forceful meaning suddenly dawned upon the minds of the assembledmultitude when an old colored voter who was being instructed by a citizen election worker in the proper placing of his stencil shook his head and exclaimed in unmistak able tones You is foolin wid my political conciliations boss Does yo respects dis American citizen to prescribe his insignature to sich a ting as dat No sah Is not gwine to disgrace my ignoble ancestors in dat paragorical manner Dats nuffin but a double bit- ted fish hook and Ill reform you right now dat yo neednt respects to ketch dis niggahs sufferance on a fish hook wid no bait on it Hushyo business Isnot so obliterate as dat Refuse me boss but dat roos ter hab got mo pickin on his skilletin Now the battle is ought Kentucky is safe Lets lay down the political lance And work for the good oj the Cfld Commonwealth And its glorious virtues enhance Let us work for our Citysadvancement and weal Let us strive with this purpose in view To secure all the joy its children demand And do all the good we can do For morality justice and peace let us strive United as brothers should be And God in his wisdom will show us the right And make us eternallyfree Look up to the stars on the banner we love Hold fast for the right against wrong And the vulture will dwell in peace with the dove And this nation will grow and he strong DURKETT WHITE Clay City Ky November 6 1903 Schooler Beverly L A R R 10 60 Slone Minerva Hill St 7 10 Terrill Nannie Hill SL 4 30 Tomblin Henry Miller Alley 9 90 Tribble John n r Irvine St 20 05 Tribble Pleas Lntcher St 5 20 Turner Wm Jacksreek 8 20 Turner Daniel Letcher St 14 55 Tye James Dillineham Ad 4 25 White James Sr Irvine St 14 05 WillleLizzie B St 12 55 Wingfield Dow Hill St 11 JIi Win fleld Millie Irvine St 23 55 Walker Robt Letcher St 130 Walker Thos hrs Irvine St 7 70 Washington Nancy hrs Irvine sf 4 30 Wells Joe B St 4 85 White Wm Dillingliam Ad 8 80 White Rose Dillingliam Ad 3 55 White Narcis Irvine St 15 45 Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate requestedSicfled as required by law on or before February 1901 01 came will be barred All parties owing said Sallle A Kindred are requested to call and settle ut once A O BARNES noU Adm Sallle A Kindred J L Watson 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky Fashions in Tailored Suits the Most Favored The new style effects in Tailored Garments ate here in the newest colors and mixtures The stock is right in fabric and in cut in finish and themost important of all in pricef 1250 to 40 Ready toWear Skirts in Novelties Scotch Effects and Man fish Figures 3 50 to 15 Colored Dress Goods A stylish collection of fabrics at popular prices Black Dress Goods thfgreatestLadies and Children Cloaks i modelsPEETZCORSErSAnewhireiust LADIES HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT SuitsandIJt 6 W1ts9n m Jt 1820 N Upper Ky Tie Youths Companion j As the years increase The Youths Companion endeavors to keep pace with them In all that is wise beautiful and progressive and not only to retain but to deserve the honorable and ex ceptionally high place it holds in the confidence and affection of three gener tion of readers The greatest living authors in all branches of literature continue to contribute to it Among the important series of arti des will be ont on the occupation of thafarmer in many parts oi the world in England in Ireland in India in Argentina etc The annual Announcement Number of The Companion describing the princi pal features of The Companions new volume will be sent to any address freeThe new subscribers for 1904 will receive all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1903 free from the time of subscription i also the Companion calendar for 1905 litho graphed in twelve colors and gold TilE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass The forests of South Africa are com posed for the greater part of stunted tied gnarled trees which are suitable only for wagon making and fence building Public Sole For the purpose of winding up the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned we will on W Qn Q Y oi m beginning at 10 oclock a rn at the residence of Mrs Bettie D Chenault on the Irvine pike one mile east of Richmond Ky expose for sale to the Highest and best bidder about 800 acres of land 280 Acres of this land is known as the Granville Garrison land situated on the south west side of the Irvine pike about 3j miles 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 flflIJUltlvtlonuuhdivided BO as to included in one tract all north of the ntw pike now be big constructed throucli the premises und Otter Creek will constitute the di vision line of the land south of said PikeTEIUiISTJie land will be sold one third cash and residue in two equal payments in 12 and 18 months On the following day at the same place all of the- Personal Property will be sold conslstingof horses cattle cows hogs corn fodder and farming implements towit 1 pair aged Mules 2 pair 2 yearold Mules 1 pair 3 yearold Mules 1 pair yearling Mules 16 Mexican Horses 3 good milch Cows and Calves 1 registered Bull 172yearold Cattle 10 yearling Cattle 10 brood Sows and Pigs About 20 Shoats Plows Harrows Wagons etc J F I BBNAijLT FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms arid others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who Ere inter correspondenceis prompt attention Geolral Ky Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres Gen1 Mgr 16sep3m DONTthrow your money away for the kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as p fireproofbuilding Tis better for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain ASh Jellico and the BlckRaven WE ALSO KEEP 8t Covxv I3ittyvi11 Oa Co flc1FreemanrMgr Telephone J 84 3 ijt c j A most superb line of Winter Goods has just been received at Owen McKees Dry Goods Store on the corner of Main and First s j They are handling also a beau q tiful line of readytowear Walking Skirts Wrappers Underskirts etc f eTheir line of Hosiery Neck wear Notions ofall kinds is com plete s I Purchasers looking for nice goods polite attention and the best of prices will do well to call at this place r I OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY DayIISeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months This Signature = c Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latent designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in pr- icePaints We are local distributors for Pattons Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy jug elsew- hereWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade and prices to In terest y- ouPictures and Frames Our stock embraces all the latest novelties and the prices will astonish you Gen M1 Willging 209 W MAIN ST Next door to Madison Natl Bank Strayed or Stolen From Chennult mining camp on Brush Creek Thursday nitlit a black mare mule about 15 hands high with brand on left jaw and harness mark on hip A liberal reward will be paid for return of same Big Hill Coal Co oclH2t Orlando Ky ICares everybx2J j I Money to Loan I can pet you money at 5 per cent terest ou long time In sums of SlfloO or over on your farm property Jur- particulars call on or address R LETCIIER JR apr 15 Ctnu Richmond Ky D1B SH4CKELFOQD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE StyleStay I Made of large strong highgrade steel wires heavily galvanized r Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically ever itDoesand pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days 10 B Shackeltord Co Great Values in Fall Merchanidset New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthdnexaggeratedthat WHITE GOODS CottonVestingscollection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined Piquesand other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery instylesbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERY threadandkind m the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department us they are brim full of bargains We therightat all prices Come and see them V 3UUCO 1 Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right price J1 Respectfully Submitted + E Vto the Cash Trc Eldert e a c j f t lr 3 ri It 3g- k f I s t S 11 I f S i j 5S titSSa 30S S a 0 S 0 S e 3S S3g S S S SeS SeS SeS 1 5e S Whot Are You Waiting For Our Stock is Large Our Goods New Our Prices Low We make a business of making bargains in Boots and ShoesOur line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line ih the city We have a large stock of Felt Boots and Rubbers at the lowest prices Our line of Gents Furnishings is hard to beat in the larger ciUes The latest in style the finest in quality the utmost in variety have been combined by us in our mighty effort for trade There is a limit below which honest goods cannot be sold We place our price at the Low Water Markfor safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticise us know us and you will find we deal fair and J SAVE YOU DOLLARS CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Kentucky N e5iica Ook 011aso ornk I1H PRECINCTS t Court Honne 2 Went Eud 3 University 4 Hast Rllll 5 Chniiault 0 Forrest Hill 7 White IlHll 8 McCrearv 9 lipon JO Kavanaugh 11 Waco 12 Bras f1eltl 18 Hearwallow 14 Kindlon 15 lIne Lick 16 Perea 17 flay 18 Duncannon 19 Bnrnam 20 Tevis 21 Cruicher 22 Poosev 23 Nnwliy 24 RIggerstiff Total 1 he Richmond Climax O CHENAULT President A D MILLEREdltor Manager WEDNESDAY NOV 11 1903 iCBLISUKl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated Announcement FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde Hon D L MCORE of Mercer county us a candidate for Congress in the Eighth District to succeed lion Q O Gilbert subject to the action of Democratic party Your support is earnestly solicited CTiBronrerCo LEXINGTON KY Notable Array of Home Needs The result of carefulse lections from the leading manufacturers Our fall exhibit shows an assortment of- CARPETS DRAPERIESFURNITURE WALL PAPER WOOD MANTELS GOODSWhich far surpasses any former display Here YOU will find relia ble goods and priced to suit the most economical of purchasers We extend an invitation to call and look them over CFiBrowerCoi MAIN AND BROADWAY JXXJNGTnK In Iftt1 ir r A br ILA IGov ConComr= 00 a c =r cs S fr t = tj Et ta = I 8 S C EC zm 0 77 14a 7i 140 78 78 143 79 i8 23 12 688lS140 138 135 138 137 136 138 136 137 90 10 129 78 127 78 129 127 78 128 127 42 3 140 73 136 72 136 136 72 136 136 4i 8 148 134 150 134 150 ll0 134 149 lrlO 22 9 100 70 189 69 181 181 70 182 182 24 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Arnold 137 D R Shackelford 136 JWBales 133 A D Miller 136 134WLBybeeCOURT HOUSE JUSTICE OF THE PEACE J D Dykes 78 CONSTABLE- L M Scrivner 135 COUNCILMAN- V L Arnold 79 D B Khackelford 78 JW hales 78 A D Miller 78 16WEstny A white and black spotted bog weighing about 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has since been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges A H LALOR 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture fur pioces Cost 100 Will sell for 100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No1 long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES Catarrh Caanot Be Cared with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Ca tarrh Is a blood or constitutional dlI seaae and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internMIy and acts directly on the blood and I UCOUH surfaces Rails Catarrh Cure isnot a quick medicine It was by one of the beet phvaloiaD6ln this coun preacriptionpurifiers acting directly on tha mu cous surfaces The perfect combination 01 the two ingredients is what pro curingCatarrh OBoldHulls FteallrillU MB the bait In iY7fT TILE CLIMAX feels that it is eminently proper thatit should call special at tention of its readers to the services ren dered the Democratic party during the recent campaign by that faithful ser vant of Democracy Mr J L Sowers ArreotWeeklysheet visited the homes of its subscri bers ladened with purewbolesomeL cratic doctrine superior both in quality and quantity The Argent in the hands of Mr Sowers is a great boon to that section of Madison county not only as a political factor but as an exponent of all that is good sod just and the CLIMAX does not hesitate to call on the Democrats of the county to lend tbeArgent a helping band by contribu ting to both its announcement and advertising columns Sheriffs Sale F- ORTAXES I WILL ON Monday Dec 7 J903I- n front pf the Court House door this beIng County Court Day expose to Public Sale the following list of prop erty for unpaid taxes for their respective amounts After all notices and warning have been given and all time exhausted in promises I will now proceed to do my duty as re maybeam very respectfully H H COLYER Ex S M C White List McMahan Pat heirs First St 3 75 Mulflnger Race street 10 O H Harrison n r 3 lots in DII lingham Ad in block 13 lot 13 lot 17 in block 9 lot 24 in block 9 4900 i Colored List Arthur Mitchell Lyndon ave 4 60 Black Jas Sr Miller Alloy 4 25 BreckBurcoyne First street 44 95 Buniara John C nrBSt Ii 35 BurgInMartha hrs Hill Si 22 40 Burton Steve L A R R 430 B niiR Charles Elm Bt 2 ij Campbell E W M E Elm St 7 50 Campbell Mat Jr B St 8 so Ci enault Tobe Hill St 480 Chenanlt Emily 8 30 Crutcher George Hill St 6 21 Emory Julia B St 430 Embry Maria B St 265 Ewtill Tens Race St 2 65 Fisher Easter n r Letcher 3t 4 25 Fife Sarah Hill St 4 00 Fife Mary E Irvine St 4 30 Francis Edward Irvine St S 55 Hill Nathan Letcher St 14 70 Irvine Marian First St 11 85 Lindsey Rev I F n r Miller Alley 80Mathews Nannie Francis St 8 O Munday Wm Race St 37 Phelps Jennie Irvine St 15 40 Phelps Zena Steep St P 65 Parks Dudley Irvine St 0 S 4i Rhode Leviak hrs IryiaeSt 7 30I i81ltJa Howard kill ava Ia i For the Richmond Climax November Rhymes and Reflections The autumnal are fast ceFastcoSoonatAndWill touch and chill the wide expansecOf woodland stream and Hon Frank Earnest an erstwhile citizen and Councilman of Clay City but now a Republican leader ot Lexington loomed up at the voting grounds early on the morning of last election day He came over from his bluegrass wigwam to stimulate the drooping spirits of his political comrades and administer the oil of con solation to the then already vanquished champions of the Citizen Ticket with whom he was formerly as sociated Frank though a Republican is possessed of a fund x f genuine humor and a certain sunniness of soul that always make of him a welcome visitor The ladies of the Christian church who spread a royal repast in their handsome church edifice on elec tion day it is reported realized a snug sum from the gastronomic supplies dispensed the hungry voters The pity is that all this root of evil could not thus be turned into the channel of charity rather than be loosed upon the stream of political corruption Ill toot my horn and the boys will fall into line said a Clay City political boss on election eve To the toot of that horn so potent of yore The lads in the trenches were dumb The tone of itta toolings had fooled them before Andresponse to its toolings was mum If acain you should toot your political horn Let the toot be freedom for all Thou the children of toll though sad and forlorn Will bless you and hearken your call And from every vocation from workshop to mine Gods brave sons of labor will fall into line A Republican friend of Teuton blood commenting on the result of the November election in this State delivered himself thus I shoost tole you mine frient dot vas vone awful ding as must be Dose demycratz hab blayed de dickens mit ebery ding Day shoost made some big landsape as never vas Mine gracious I hab some bad cold mine eyes day neber vill stop der veepin some more J H Anderson Uncle Toddy was a most en thusiastic participant in the affairs of the nevertobe forgotten Third of November 1903 Equipped with a pair of monster hares bred on the fertile fields of the fearless and invincible Shelton Roberts and supplemented by a political memory that antedates the excit ing campaigns of Old Hickory and the immortal Sage of Ashland he checked the furious assaults and ultimately swept from the field of crimson carnage the maddened hosts of Michigans doughty Scot And now as sadly sails the sable barque up the sullen waters of Salt River bearing to the castle of ClayCitysand broken sobs the cry Oh Toddy Toddy Toddy the potent touch of thy fatal rabbits foot hath forever wrecked our fondest hopes and filled our souls with sorrow The sun still shines in the sky overhead There is still an abundance in store The rain still falls on the just and unjust And the world wags on as before On the Clay City municipal ballot the device of the Democratic ticket was the undisputed lord of the farmyard the game and gallant rooster of the mixed or Citi zen ticket a cable and anchor At first there was much discussion as to the name and signification of the latter emblem but a new and forceful meaning suddenly dawned upon the minds of the assembled multitude when an old colored voter who was being instructed by a citizen election worker in the proper placing of his stencil shook his head and exclaimed in unmistak able tones You is foolin wid my political concilia tions boss Does yo respects dis American citizen to prescribe his insignature to sich a ting as dat No sah Is not gwine to disgrace my ignoble ancestors in dat paragorical manner Dats nuffin but a double bit ted fish hook and Ill reform you right now dat yo neednt respects to ketch dis niggahs sufferance on a fish hook wid no bait on it Hush yo business Isnot so obliterate as dat Refuse me boss but dat roos ter hab got mo pickin on his skilletin Now the battle is longht Kentucky is safe Lots lay down the political lance And work for the good ot the Old Commonwealth Aud its glorious virtues enhance Let us work for our Citys advancement and weal Let us strive with this purpose in view To secure all the joy its children demand And do all the good we can do For morality justice and peace let us strive United as brothers should be And God in his wisdom will show us the right And make us eternally free Look up to the stars on the banner we love Hqld fast for the right against wrong And the vulture will dwell in peace with the dove And this nation will grow and be strong DURKETT WHITE Clay City Ky November 6 1903 Schooler Beverly L AR R 10 60 Slone Minerva Hill St 7 10 Terrill Nannie Hill St 4 30 Tomblin Henry Miller Alley 9 00 Tribble John n r Irvine St 20 05 Tribble Pleas Lntrher St 5 20 Turner Wra Jacks reek 8 20 Turner Daniel LelutinrSt 14 55 Tye james Dillineham Ad 4 25 White James Sr Irvine St 14 05 Willie Lizzie B St 12 6WingBeld Dow Hill St ii 45 Wingfield Millie Irvine St 23 55 Walker Robt Letcher St 13 10 Walker Thos lire Irvine St 7 70 30WellsWhite Win Dillingham Ad 8 SO White Rose Dillingham Ad 8 55 White Nards Irvine St 15 45 Notice to Creditors All parties having claims agulnst the estate requestfileFebrurryIAll parties owing said SalUe A Kindred are requested to call and settle ut once A O BARNES no4v Adm Sallle A Kiudred NorthJLexington Kentucky Fashions in Tailored Suits the Most Favored The new style effects in Tailored Garments sic here In the newest colors and mixtures The stock is right in fabric and design in cut in finish and thmost important of all in price lIannisbColored Dress Goods- A stylish collection of fabrics at popular prices Black Dress Goods therreatestLadies and Childrens Cloaks modelsPEETt LA DIES HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT tsandHouseJ4L4 Watson 1820I I Upper LJm O y The Youths Companion At thJ years increase The Youths Companion endeavors to keep pace with them in all that is wise beautiful and progressive and not only to retain but to deserve the honorable aud ex ptlonaily high place it holds in the nildenco and affection of three gener lon of readers The greatest living a in all branches of literature to contribute to it Amon the important series of art cles will be one on the occupation of the farmer in many parts oi the world in England in Ireland in India in Argentina etc The annual Announcement Xnmber of T lit Companion deerribing the principal features of The Companions new volume will be sent to any address free The new subscribers for 1904 will re ceive all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1003 free from the tithe of subscription j also the Companion calendar for 1005 litho graphed in twelve colors and gold Tug YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass The forests of South Africa are com posed for the greater part of stunted and gnarled trees which are suitable orlv for wagon making and fence building Fohlic Solo For the purpose of winding up the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned we will on Wthay Novmbr ia beginning at 10 ocbck a m at the residence of Mrs Battle D Chenault on the Irvine pike one mile east of Richmond Ky expose for sale to the highest and best bidder about 800 acriss of land 280 Acres of this land is known as the Granville Garrison land situated on the southwest side of the Irvine pike about 3 miles 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 This land is in a high state of cultivation and very fertile It will be subdivided an to included III one tract all north of the new pike now be ing constructed throuch the premises and Otter Creek will constitute the di vision line of the laud south of said pikeTERMSThe land will be sold one third cash and residue in two equal payments in 12 and 18 months On the following day at the same place all of the- Personal Property will be sold consistingof 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 Tattle 10 brood Sows and Pigs About 20 Shoats Plows Harrows Wagons etc Os 1i B NA T FARMS FORALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and vve would be glad to show them to those who ere inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention blral Ej Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres Genl Mgr 16sep3m DONTthrow your mohej away for the kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as fireproof building Tis better for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSOKEE- Pttyvi11a t Q eO Be Ooa Co Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 i 0 4 Be 1 l J A most superb line of Winter Goods has just been received at Owen McKees Dry Goods Store on the corner of Main and First lThey are handling also a beau tiful line of readytowear Walking Skirts Wrappers Underskirts etc st Their line of Hosiery Neck wear Notions ofall kinds is com plete 2c Purchasers looking for nice goods polite attention and the best of prices will do well to call at this place 1 a ma2nEN McKEE I Cor RICHMOND KENTUCKY DayiSeven MiHion boxes sold in past 12 months I Wall POPBr Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in price PoiqtsWe distributors for Pattons Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnttthes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy inn elsew- hereWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade and prices to In terest y- ouPictures and Frames Our stock embraces all the latest novelties and the prices will astonish you Geol MIWillging 209 W MAIN ST Next door to Madison Natl Bank This signature Strayed or Stolen From Chenanlt mining camp on Brueli eek Thursday niuht a black mare mule about 15 hands high with brandon left jaw and harness mask on hip A liberal reward will be paid for return of same Big Hill Coal Co oct42t Orlando Ky 4 IiCuresbi every box 25c Nancy to Loan I can ret you tnonev at 5 per cent in terest on long time III sums of SlOOO or over on your farm property For particulate call on or address W R LETCHER JR apr 15 Gmo Richmond Ky DIB H4CKELOQD S CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND ROB FENCE StyleStaysgalvanizedAmply itDoesand pigs 4 EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitThe price will advance in 60 days D1 Shuckolford Co Great Values in Fall Merchanidse t t New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthdnexaggeratedthat WHITE GOODS CottonVestingsPiquesandaway Our Pall Millinery instylesbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERY lislethreadandkind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all of the Clothing and Shoe Department VDont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We therightat all prices Come and see them J Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right price It Respectfully to SubmittedR t S V Elder Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering 1special bargains to run down the stock before spring Horseshoeing1t done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call c Qarcas J3cks RIGHMOXD KY Y01PHONE Frasa Bros SECOND STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY NOV IL 1903 Lima canned Beans at Frasa Bros Phone 165 The hunting season will open next Monday November 16 If you enjoy good vocal music go to the New Opera House Wednesday night The annual Memorial Day of the Elks will be the First Sunday in December If you want a dollars worth of Inn for a quarter go out to hear DeVault Wednesday night Call and pee our beautiful line of splitwood clothes hampers end work baskets The Kaoket Store Julia H liigiMns fcxatmnnr tite noenpher and Typewriter Business solicited Telephone 354 7 im Rev T T Eaton D D L L D says of DeVanlt I heard with mach pleasure Mr DeVault recite the First Settlers Storv His recitation was of great power Lost in Richmond or between Richmond and W O Frenchs residence a leather chatlain purse containing a ladys gold watch and chain a set ring silver thimble three silver dollars and some small change Finder will leave at this office and receive re wardWANTEDA faithful pereon to travel for well established house in a few counties calling on retail mer chants and agents Local territory Salary 20 per week with expenses additional all payable in cash each week Money for expenses advanced Posi tion permanent Business successful and rushing Standard House 330 Dearborn St Chicaco Ill lln 16t I take great pleasure In exprees ing my appreciation of the readings given by Mr S P DeVault at a recent entertainment of our young people at the First Christian Church this city Everybody was delighted I am sure that any society would he justified in securing Mr DeVault lor an entertain mentItes E L Powell Pastor First Chrintlan Church Louisville Ky For Rent Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Douitlrs Cnltnn 21oct 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 C lice Executors of A J Lackey nov4 4t JohnOritlilh in Macbeth Mr E K Wiggins begs to announce to the patrons of the New Opra Hoiifc the engagement in the near future the eminent tragedian John Gnfliih in his magnificent production of Shakes j perws immortal tragedy Macbeth He desires to call especial attention U the actor in whoi hands the play is rather than to the play Announce j ment cards will be sent out in a fev daya Dont fail to hear Mrs Minnie Dykes Amsblers chorus class on Wed nesday night The Moonshiners Daughter which comes to the New Opera House next Tuesday night truthfully predicts hlartyfolkfor existence and repelling their great est enemy the revenue officers The play abounds in thrilling climaxes and startling episodes A powerful mysteri ous story a vein of pure comedy Bright specialties are also promised Lost Dog White Pointer cog with lemon spot in forehead ears lemon ticked Liber al reward for return to Thos J Smith For Sale Farm consisting of 40 acres good house 7 miles from Richmond on Tales Creek pike Apply to B W TURNER Richmond Ky Estray Shoats Six shoats weighing 65 or 70 pounds came to my place about one month ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charge David Hudson 28 3t Newby Ky Federal Court Federal Court convened Monday Judge Cochran presiding The docket for the present term is larger than us usal Among those in attendance are Assistant District Attorney Davison Marshal Sharpe and Clerk Finnell Woe Unto the Quail The bird law expires next Sunday ready hunters are getting their guns denned up and all their paraphanalia together preparatory to gutting an early start Monday morning For sIxty lays the reign of terror will exist for thebrown feathered tribe of the fields and many a poor Bob White will be served upon our tables Lots ot Bargains Having rented a farm and wishing to retire from the mercantile business I oder for sale my store house and lot and dwelling and lot and three and onehalf acres of well improved laud I will also otter 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 suit the purchaser Also desire to purchase your produce B WALKER nov3 4t Kirksville Ky Miss Carrie Foyntz Dead Miss Carrie Poyntz died at the home of her sister Mrs Ann E Bean near this city Saturday morning October 31 Funeral services were held at the residence on Sunday afternoon con ducted by Rev E O Guerrant and the remains interred in Machphelab Deceased was a tister of Dr J M Poyntzof Richmond and was 72 years of age She was a devout member of the Southern Presbyterian Church and an excellent Christian woman To the sor rowing relatives we tender deepest sympathy Mt Sterling Advocate fublIc Sale As Admininistrator of the estate of W M Brnmback deceased I will otTer at public sale on the premises on Sat urday November 14 at oclock the following property 34 acrea 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 sell 100 shocks of corn Terms made known on day of sale S J BKUMBACK Admr C M Curtis Auctioneer 28 3t FlaTs and Players The above is the name of a dramatic journal which has recently made its appearance in Lexington It in edited by Mr W Wood Ballard and is a spicy uptodate sheet bearing with all the latest doings of the theatrical world It bids fair to be a success and the ini tial number met with a most hearty welcome Mr Ballard is an old Rich mond boy He is a grandson of Capt P P Ballard of this city His numer ous friends here wish him unbounded success in his new venture 4D rr Le E Death rage Co 1 Seeds Seeds SEEDSI i J I dont mean to say that I have gone to seed but that t- oJ I have all kinds ofseeds to sell T am no old hay J seed either but I have L t HAYt to sell by the bale or car loadt I also handle oats Jand corn and NorthernSeed Rye Those wanting r- JJ things will do well to give me a calb Prices reasont able Remember that I have things to sell tJ to keep I I I I I lE Deatherage Co L II L I t millionaires money cant buy finer than HANAN SHOES None finer to buy at any price Without doubt the worlds most elegant Shoes for men- Thei same styles here as shown in the largest cities 500 550 and 600 Florsheim Shoes Another one of our fine Shoes second to none save Hanans Stylish shapes in all the fine leathers 350 to 500 WalkOverShoes The largest selling brand of Shoes in the world Because they give more Style Foot Comfort and Good Wear than any other Shoe at the price All styles and shapes to fit all feet Get the WalkOver habit it satisfies Prices 350 AND 400 Bostonian BiltWell and OTHER FINE SHOES In these brands we show a great collection of fine Shoes in every desirable kind of last or leather Smart styles for young fellows conservative shapes for older mengood quality at low prices for all 2 250 3 350 Warm leather lined Shoes 250 worth 3 Papa 4atAnd 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 discomfort 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 Mr S P DeVault who is to ap pear at the New Opera Honse on Wed nesday the 11th inst under the auspices of the Ladles Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church is an elocutionist whose irresistible and real istic portrayal of people and scenes de lights and sways his audiences douse for Rent Next door to Joes Apply to llntf Jan Bennett Tonight According to previous announcements Mr S P DeVault will appear at the New Opera House tonight This gifted young elocutionist comes highly recommended He is an impersonator of rare ability His program which is rare and varied will be intersperced with musical selections by our gifted YOUHE vocalist Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambsler and others The proceeds will uo towards the parsonage fund of the First Presbyterian Church Let every body go Admission for adults 25 cts for children 15 ts The Moonshiners Daughter The new original love story called The Moonshiners Daughter is really a dramatic surprise aa well as a scenic treat There is nothing of the cheap melodrama about this production all the players are of the higher order and the scenic effects superior in every detail and no expense has been spared to make the production high class in every particular The public may expect something nut of the ordinary and well worth seeing Tbe Moonshiners Daughter will be seen at the New Opera House November 17 GoeW Hontannt Will be Finished Next Spring Our contract gives us until next fall to finish and put In position the Gi v Onebel memorial monument at Frank fort said Mr George Adams the Lexington monument man but we will complete the work in the spring The base Is of solid granite 40 feet square the largest dimensions that could possibly be transported by rail roads All the monument will be ol granite except the heroic bronze of William G ebel 10 feet high the nronze column upon which his left hand rest and the bronze figure of Grief rising from the base It is all of material that will endure forever and so constructed without palings or fences to catch trash that it can he kept clean by the rain fall or with very little trouble The Goebel monument from base to top of the statue will measure 35 feet and will be cue of the grandest and most Impressive in the whole coo ntry The bronze statue will lepreseut Gov Gnebel in the Act speaking in an easy argumentative manner with his right arm extendet and his loft arm stinRon a bronzi pillMi Having received a supply of the heat Kentucky and Jelliro Coals Ship stuff and Feeds of all kinds at the C f Wells coal yard I now solicit your your patronage Ring phone 362 and let me fill your next order Respt lln3t W S BROADDUS Lost Lost water hose off of plug Saturday light October 31 Finder return same and receive reward W W Pico Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing- T D CIIEJJAOLT Telephone 89 ring 4 mhl8 tf Terrill ity- A Winner Friend here will Le pleased to know that Mr Jesse Alverson was elected to the Legislature to represent Lincoln county Mr Alverson is an old Richmond boy but for a number of years has made his home in Stanford His recent race has been watched with in brest and his success coted with pride by his many admirers The CLIMAX joins in with congratulations At the New Opera Honse Monday November 16 D C Wig glnsBro present Chas H Clarks eumptous production of The Little Christian Prices 35 32 50 and 75c Tuesday Nov 17 The thrilling melodrama The Moonshiners Daugh ter Five acts eight scenes Prices 25 35 and BOc Monday Nov 23The eminent tragedian John Griffith in a magnifi cent revival of Shakespeares most talked of playMacbethT- uesday Nov21hNip Tuck that funny show UOTTOUBURG Mr June McKinney and wife visited the family ol Nr Maurice Bess last weekMisses Nora Long and Bessie School er visited at Buckeye Garrard county last week Mr and Mrs Leslie Cctton of Kirks yule spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Ross The body of ltIrs J MacCotton was moved frpta the Gil ad burying ground to Richmond last Wednesday- Mr Forest of Illinois and Miss He t tie Snyder the beautiful daughter of Mr Moss Snyder will be married TuesdayMisa who has been a charming visitor in our midst for several weeks returned to her home is Jessamine last week Dont forget to see that swell line of- wall JfIItewB by Frr I- T wMj r h h THE SHOE STOREFOR MEN AND BOYS Its an honest fact that our mens and boys footwear stock has grown to be the LARGEST in Madisoncounty A great variety of styles and kinds enables every magjto find the Boot and Shoe that exactly suits his fancyandourwwMt range of sizes in every width and shape of last insures an eas 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 r BOOTS LEATHER FELT 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 countyVVOurbC 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 thingmeans that youI always get thelowest price and that without any jewing COYINGTON BANS Will Soon Be Here Did yon 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 WV 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 DOUOLAS CVLTOX The Main Street Butchers oc216t Tel 125 Richmond Ky Hcore of Mercer County for Coijress Elsewhere in our columns will be found the announcement of Mr D L Moore of Mercer county who is a cad dilate for Congress from the Eight Congressional District Mr Moore is a true and tried Democrat and has always been extremely close to the working Democracy He has served the party faithfully giving freely both time and monev to her interests For four years ha served in the State Senate with groat credit to himselt and to the people who elected him While in that position he became qu ite well acquaint ed with parliamentary laws ills friends believe he is a sure winner and that Mercer county and the whole Dis trict will be most ably represented A Tribute ct Respect It ha h pleased our Heavenly Father in His infinite love and wisdom to call from our midst and take unto Himself one of our most highly esteemed wor thy and efficient teachers Mrs Sudie Chenault Mrs Ghenault begun teach ing in the public schools of this county four or five years ago and from the start was a successful teacher and Wild soon considered to be one of the boat teacherii of the county Sue was always faithful and loyal to duty and as evidence of her faithfulness and splen did reputation as n teacher she was elected to an important and responsi ble petition in the Caldwell High School of this citv giving entire antis faction to her patrons till she was forced to tender lie resignation on account of her failing health None knew Mrs Chenault but to rove anti admire her Her friends were legion and I know that I voice the sentiment of the teachers of this county in saying that we have lost a faithful friend conscientious colaborer in our field ol work and that her children have lost a kind and loving motherJ VAGERs- Supt of Schools November 10 1903 FootlalL The Walters School defeated the Johnson High School of Lexington Saturday by a score of 22 to 0 The earns were about evenly matched In weight but the Walter School team showed a better knowledge of the game For the Johnson High School the work of Evans and Houlihan was exceptionally good The game was played well throughout and the visit ing team deserves great credit for the plucky jamuit plaved The lineup of the teams was as follows WS JHS GlassVP Burnam f L E Enright j Naive Cobb LT Taylor R Terrill L G McConnell M Collins 0 Callis Tate RG Jordan D Parriah R T V Elkin Wallaco RE Guyu CaptkGlass RHB Evans Worrell F B Woods Mershon LHB Freber S Burnam Q B Houlihan Capt Toucilhowns Mershon 2 Worrell S Burnaui 1 Goals from touchdowns Merehon 2 Referee Air Ferrjell UmpIreMr Jennings Greenleaf Timekeepers31r David Dun- nLineiznenJaa Deatherage for the Walter School Mr McFarland for Johiisoi High School Tf vtwt ft l I j d a a Eor Sale Medium size rolltop office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES The Payton Sisters The Payton Sisters closed their weeks engagement at the Grand Opera House on Saturday night when they present ed their splendid comedy drama A Quaker Wedding During the wliole week this most excellent company was greeted bv good and enthusiastic audiences They presented some excellent plays among the best being Utah Little Alabama and A Quaker Wedding Saturday after noons matinee was equally enjoyable Our people were most delightfully en tertained after the matinee by the company who served a pink tea on the Mage They will be pleasantly remembered here and their return at any time will be a source of much pleasure He has a spirit of delightful humor and his entertainments never fail t- opleaeRev W E Hatcher D D Richmond Va BIRTHS CIIENAULTMr and Mrs Joe Chen suit are entertaining a little daughter who arrived at their home last week DOEBSOX Mr and Mrs Laruo Duer soil of Silver Creek are rejoicing over the birth of a tenpound girl as an ad dition to their family on last Friday nightHERRINGTOSNews has been receiv ed here of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Louis Herringtou of Macou Ga Mrs Herrington was formerly Miss Sue Hume of thIs city PERSONAL Mr J Coleman Neff has been in London on a business trip Ihe Cecilian Club will utet with Mrs R R Burnam this afternoon Miss Annie Engle returned Monday from a pleasant visit to her brother in Carlisle Dr Lan Jman the O ulist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday till llth inst v Miss Mollie Fife and Mrs M V Pies are visiting Mrs OE Smith in Lexington Mrs J Stone Walker has as her gnest her sister Mrs Clifton McDonald of LouisvilleMr Adams has gone to Fal- mouth where he will instruct a class in physical culture Mrs Neale Bennett and children spent laet week in Mt Sterling with Mrs Laura Thomson Mrs Louis Schlegel and little son spent several days last week with Mrs Silas Yeager in Lexington Rev Hugh McLellan has been in Memphis Tenn His pulpit was filled Sunday by Rev Mnrphy of Crawfords ville Ind Miss Long of Georgetown has been the handsome and charming gnest of her sister Mrs T J Taylor for the past week- Mrs John McCord and Mrs Wood son McCord of Winchester were guests last week of Mr Rufns McCord and Charley Hendren conductor on the TaA railroad baa moved from Beattyville to this city where be formerly lived Mrs James Smith and Mias Kather- Ine Smith of Richmond spent yester day with Mr and Mrs Harrison Sim ran and Miss Florie Chenanlrt of Woodland Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Richard D Tevis who have been residing in Illinois have returned to this county to live Mrs Tevis was formerly Mfca Elizabeth Thy loy daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Taylor of near town Miss Hattie Letcher of Richmond gywb bWtDe hi4tcejur eevsrI J weeks visiting her sister Mrs William Montgomery of Elsmere Park left yesterday for Macon Ga to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Rutherford DouglasMr Shanks formerly editor of the Richmond Pantograph who has attained high rank in the great Govern ment Printing Office at Washington and his attractive bride formerly Miss Annie Lee Payne of the Capitol City have been spending their honeymoon in Kentucky as guests of Mr Shanks mother at Richmond and are in Lexington today enroute to Washington They are being pleasantly entertained by Mr and Mrs FC Learning Mr Learning and MrV Shanks were thrown together a great deal at the recent convention of the International Typographical Union and todays visit is the result of a promise made at that timeLexington Leader Miss Susie Worrellst one of our most attractive young women is being showered with congratulations over the announcement of her approaching marriage which will occnr on Wednes day eVening November 25 The lucky young man is Mr Gentry Glasscock of New Loudon Mo and is a prosperous young farmer and is said to be an ex emplary type of noble young manhood Miss Worrells who is an attractive blonde is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs J K Worrells She is be loved by a wide circle of friends Her manner is most winning and she is pos sessed of many charming traits of character The CLIMAX extends the heartiest congratulations and good wishes in advance High Top Shoes Very large assortment of High Tops as good as can be producedOur Hunting Shoes defy cold andwet just the thing for winter comfort try a pair Arid high top prices run low here for such quality 150 2 250 and up And plenty of other Heavy Shoes at J 125 and 150 Lace Boots and Bootees The best makes are here in shapes and styles to suit every man Large assortment of the choicest goods to choose from Look them over 350 to 500- GOOD OVER SHOES Everything 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 thing good in Footwear for themBoots High Top Shoes Plow Shoes as well as the most complete collec tion of Fine Shoes in every size from childs No 7up Strong durable kinds at low figures For Sale or RClltIMy residence on Moberley Avenue comprising all nec essary outbuildings and fifteen acres of land For particulars call on or address S Neville Moberley Richmond Ky Council Proceedings The City Council met Thursday night in regular monthly session with the Mayor and nil Councilmen present The question of I forcing property owners in various parts ot the city to lay pavements was discUHsed but nothing definite was done except in one instance in which a pavement was ordered laid along the parsonage ot the Christian Chnrch on Oak Street and the bill presented to that body John L Baxter agiun appeared before the council and naked the city to purchase the strip of land belonging jointly to him and J K Burnam near flyers mill The ground was ordered purchased for the consideration of 150 Mr Bales who hud recently examined the various systems of bookkeep ing in several neighboring cities made a motion that the city adopt the method practiced by George town as it was decidedly more practicable and convenient than the one now w vogue here TliR We Can Satify Your Wants Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes I In our Ladies and Childrens equalsWeton highheel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 3OO and 35Ol2 ANDEE us motion was carried unanimously j t and the City Clerk ordered to cure a set of books similar to proiGeorgetown pattern Chas Powell asked for release from a taxes for a period of five years on an ice plant whose establishuieitVhe has under consideration Th t r matter was referred to a commit 1r a80100ngranted on the of anti rfactory bond A voucher for 5000 It was ordered issued to the School i Board to defray expenses R Turley appeared in behalf of the fIcity banks and asked that they be ibuswas granted Several small tax 1 rebates were allowed and several ICollowing I paymentS laying i jug curbITelephone Co ItJamesL1Grefllellf p Ky Re lsr115 I J C Lackey 106 00k1 J J McCarty 5 S PnrmhH 0 15 JColby Taylor 1105 Climax 7 50 Fire Lopartmenf 5lJ W Bales 4 30 There being no further businesBtIthe Council adjourned IV inburMens and Boys Shoe Department Our line of Highcut Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the winter days ijhajb always have come and are sure to come againV ENMENS FINE SHOESVVVVVV Stacy Adams tCot andW L Douglastcur t JK baven stiprior We have soldkthe1thesehnes with more satis faction to our trade and when oncetrieo the satisfaction prompts ou to buy another pair t CALL furnishing EV RICE AND ARNOLD fflOffSSIOHAL AltOS i ArrOD TI i t JJ- t Kuort OBce n the Burnam Building next door to inner1 National Bank f eb3lr tJASjIV4 ATTUBNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawRrr- nHOND KENTUCKY f1ffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry IThomas drug stor- ePETSIOLATS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office 10 tnr Dr Hobson building MinBtreet E LJASPERMD Medicine and Surgery OthceStouffer Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway luHMOxn KKNTDCKT W EVANS MD4 PHYSICIAN AND SDBO ON SICWMOND KENTUCKY E 0 Vance D O Mrs E OYauce D O WlfJI Osteopathic Physicians State Bank Trust B g Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduate Southern School of Oitheopathy DENT STJROEBT ET OaXTvVvtve ohsow DBlfTIlIT or LOUISVILLB KY WOfHce next door to Government Building aichmSnd Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to 4 nOTl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST 3OfSco iu Bennett Building llanly TELEPHONE DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday November 11 1903 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oa- tATTENTION 4 We have moved our produce business from the East End of Main street 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 Hides Furs andother Produce Give us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street it1 RICHMOND KY One RISinufe Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Will itlulk MM DAILY EXSUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraalUesLawrenceburs 06 LIllo pmandFor Irvine 1Msai TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Ionisrllle Lexington and I tl54am Cincinnati 8lCp to Prom Irvine al6pm O M BROWNING Gen Mgr X7RRichniond Xy TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jfijtj Ji I I11AFF1UIIkII Weare pleased tostatethat it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Bearer Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters IV WhUJock John StapP Burton Roberta J WTeater J W Prewitt L A Wearren c C McWharter BIckner IEarly JT COT R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newbj Rutbton Eden ton Cottonbrnrr Paint Lick Next to the Proper Test Mimes the proper glasses Wn can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to flU the prescription Our tock of Optical Goods Is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a ery unusual fit relict For these it will take a little longer time Repairs are nroniptly executed T A Optician and Jeweler t Main St Richmond Ky Aimers old stand 30JI ly L N1 Tim Talk Ar- 1246pm WallacetonI Robinson No CiiiCinnatl and Livings LY ton Ez ess south bound 1248 p Livingston 155 pm No CInnati and Livings ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 CInnati and Livings ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays ville Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays villa Accm south bound nowland 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan ford north bound BEAUTY TRIUMPHSTim m WBCBM Traaaup- Beauty is womans charm The worldadores beautifulWOUlen A losingthisate the race and keep women beautiful There is a balm cultured and tin cultured women in the crisis Husbands should investigate this remedy in ordei to reassure their wives as to the ease with which children can be born and beauty of form and figure retained Mothers Friendis the name which this preparation is known It diminishes the pain to thronghoutpregnancyit breasts makes elastic all tendons called to hold the expanding burden Muscles soften and relax under its influ favorablytheMothers Friend is a liniment for ex ternal application It is gently rubbed over the parts so taxed and being absorbed lubricates all the muscles I I Druggists sell it for II bottle You may have our book riotherhood free THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR ATLANTA GA L R BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr80lyrPhone 85 = FLOURY ny pretty maid sho said r 1llic1 rtOIS kind sir she said T luiuK ii snid h lite tint PUiur h me to his wife t i IliI Company J WACOt JY w laJing hSason tlJ i1 T 1trINOIS LNTHAt RAILROAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 J03 ProporUonately Low Rates from Other Points Only linerunning- throug h personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas third ForJTolder and descriptive matter of theSprings and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets to railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P Ky Low future awaits you in the wonderful west Free lands and lowpriced lands offer opportunities for you to your home We want you to see yourself learn from the home owners and home builders jhe c there is for you the Great Northern Railway T The following low rates will effectJSepV tember 15th to November 30th FROM SAiNT PAUL To Great Falls Montana To Kaliipell Montana e Spokane Washington Wenatchee Washington Everett and Seattle WtstungtonTancI all North Pacific Points any agent of the Great RyVTor MAX BASS F IWHITNEY General Innigration Agent GenT Pass and Ticket Agent J 220 S auk SL Chicago III SAINT PAUL MINN The Ball Bearing DenS1TIOre Only absolutely ball bearing typewriter ever offered See it belore or ilerirjg or buying any other machine Only standard machine with pointer that points and equipped with spacer Light running light touch best alignment and easiest to operate Write for catalogue or we will have our salesman call upon you Sold for cash and easy payments Dlnmon Tjpnwito Co 323 W Fourth 8t Cincinnati 0 JOS R POWER Lock Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY Stops tho Cough and Works o2 tho cord Laxative Bromo Qtinlne Tracts cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents 1P1Itr Eaude Quinine J I1 Hair Tonic is alwiva efficacious It u a positive dandruff cure It will keep a S good set of hair from falling out and will U render beautiful tresses all the more luxuriant I and glossy 125000 bottles told onemonth in the United States 4 or bottle 50c 8 oz bottle 100 Ed Pinauds American Import 01 lee K111 Consumption Salt pork is a famous old fashionedremedy for con sunption Eat plenty of porkwas the advice to the consumptive 50 andioo years ago Salt pork is good if a man stomach it The idea behind it is that fat is the food the consumptive needs most ScottsEmulsionisthemod ern method of feeding fat to the consumptive Pork is too rough for sensitive stomachs Scott is the most refined of fats especially prep red for easy digestion Feeding him fat in this way which is often the only way fis half the battle but Scotts Emulsion does more than that There is some thing about the combination of cod liver oilandhypophos phites in Scotts Emulsion that puts new life into the weak parts and has a special on the disertsed lungs A sample will be sent free upon request intheofEmulsionlou scorr CHIMISTS 409P St llrY 5GeadatLrii4 j IRpundtrfpRates on first and Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas apply nearest A- Louisville Rates West Albright own own for and chance iOn be in Coast back can Emulsion BOWNE f2000 2250 f2500 Addres Northern action The Richmond Carriage Works S l Midkiff Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring Mock of carryalls eunice busies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Disastrous Wrecks Carelessness is responsible for many 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 hopelew resignation IB no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Die coverv This great remedy is guaranteed for all Throat andLt ns diseases by all druggists Price SOc and SI Trial bottles free 1m Mower Pots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store Call us up bv phone or drop us a note aud let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it it good order for the comiug season We do good work at moderate prices All work called fort finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop A Good Name testifytilatunequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work noernerexthese tiny little pills in preference to all others because they are so pleasant cureblliounes8Ipurge stengthenSold For Sale One 3K yearold saddle aud harness mare Will take corn and hay 7tf G W GATES Notice I have for sale abut 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this rind is being cultivated sOd the balance is in coal and umber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and iii firstclass condi thou the vein running from 30 to 40 inches thick The timber on this land is mostly white 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 pur chaser S C CARRIER BijtHIJI Ky I have also another farm ofabout 500 acres for sale this laud is also well improved 2i 0 acres of which is used propertyisfine stock farm could not secure beiter property juu 3Oiho Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely pick with V1 ney trouble I tried all sorts of iepine none of which relieved me c1 day I saw an ad of your Electri bi tersand determined to try that Afta taking a few doses I felt relievi won thereafter was entirely cun u tu Sbit1orErofautism Neuralgia Liver and Kidnov rubles and General Debility This what B F Bnes of rpmont N C writes Only WV ni all druggists 1m We have never shown a larger stock if Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa ouls than we tow have on display in lilT show room It will pay you to buvln2WelalliManaers at moderate prices qtie best rubber tire apptvedand guaranteed for one year Call and see us RicbmoncrCatrl81ieWorlilr U S 1Mv3iyy Prop II WELFARE OF STATE Depends on Adoption of Constitutional Amendment A OYHTHIAHA EDITORS OPINION Will In No Way Affect Taxes of Peo pie In the Country Except the More Cities and Towns Build Up and Prosper the Lower Taxes on the Whole People Will Become Editorial from Cynthlana Democrat Oct 3 1903 And the General Assembly may by general laws only authorize elites or towns of any class to provide for taxation for municipal purposes on personal property tangible and Intan gible based on Income licenses or franchises in lieu of an ad valorem tax thereon provided cities of the first class shall not be authorized to omit the Imposition of an ad valorem tax on such property of any steam railroad street railway ferry bridge gas water heating telephone tele graph electric light or electric power Is the constitutional amendment upon which the voters are asked to pass judgment at the Novpmber election and upon the adoption of which the welfare the advancement and the continued prosperity of Ken tucky are believed to depend The change is easily understood In stead of raising revenue to pay the expenses of city and town government the salaries of the mayor police firemen the maintenance of the streets public Improvements etc by assessing personal property as under the present laws the eglslaturo may authorize cities and towns to adopt a license system All property real and personal In cities and towns will continue to pay state and county taxes as usual No change whatever will he made in this respect so that people who live In the country may vote for the amendment under the full assurance that it will In no way affect their taxes except the more tho cities and towns build up and prosper the lower the taxes on the whole people will become- It Is certainly asking a small favO that voters cast tti ir ballots fo this amendment at the November election There Is little doubt of Its passage If the people do not forget or negirct to vote on the question There is no pol- Itics in it AMENDMENT EXPLAINED P N Clarke Says Great Advantages- Are to Be Derived From Its Adoption- At a meeting of the Louisville Credo it Mens Association a few nights ago Mr Peyton N Clarke Secretary of the State Committee which Is managing the campaign for the constitution amendment explained the advantages to be derived from the adoption of the amendment He said For years under our former con stitution all cities and town had the privilege of home rule and the right to tax themselves for municipal purposes without Interference from anyone It was argued by some however that this was a power no town or city should have and the wise makers of our new constitution said that it would never dothat all property should be taxed alike So the revenue law was changedBut the result has proved the fall acT of the idea and the effect has been exactly contrary to the design Under our present law the grossest Inequalities in assessments prevail and there is not a single advantage to compensate for the innovation When every persons Is his own assessor it Is not strange that there should be great Irregularities The rich man easily escapes his fair share of taxation as he covers up his stores of wealth while the poor man with his all invested in a modest home has to pay more than lila share because all he has is in sight and cannot be hid den from the assessor The proposed amendment will remedy all this to a great extent It simply authorizes the legislature by general act to permit all cities and towns to raise revenue for local pur poses bylicenses franchises etc on personal property instead of the pres ent ad valorem system Its object Is obvious Under the new laV our merchants manufacturers and financial institutions will pay li censea and avoid the necessity of fic titious returns to the assessor All personal property subject to taxation will pay Its fair share of taxes and by equalizing the burden It will sit lightly on alL Under the new law we can Invite capital and industry with assurances of welcome and our state will flour- Ish as a green bay tree The amendment Is a step forward and will place us In the line of progressive states We have bad a dozen years of the ad valorem system of taxes and they have been lean years to the Industrial development of the state Capital has shunned our shores Our mineral and timber lands lie waste Our interest rates are high and our people lack the spirit of enterprise Let us have the amendment and we will find a different state of affairs and Kentucky with all her wealth of natural resources her great rivers and network of railways will bIos som forth as the rose and wealth will 110w Into our coffers while health and happiness will be our Inheritance Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older inee Easily cured Doaus Ointment n wnr fails Instant relief permanent cure At any drugstore 60 cents 1m Caleb Sltnms leader of the colored Democracy in New Turk was shut aud killed in a quarrel Tile English viper extends over about the same area as tile common snake but reaches a higher latitude and is Bometinit8 found a little farther East Energy all gone Headaches Stomach out of order Simply u case of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bitters a new man or Woman of you Im In France 3474000 is spoilt every year in the improvement of horse breeding The largest avalanche ever n nniired fell in the Italian Alps in 1885 It Contained 260000 tons of snow In Cuba sixteen Urns of cane yield one ton of sugar III Peru only twelve and a half aw required for a ton Women are now admitted to the St Petersburg Academy of Art as students of architecture and house building The heart heat irraniuialfl continues for some time after death In onh in stance the heart of a criminal heat Tor thirty hours alter he had been decapitated The forest of tsmi Arfa are com posed for tint of stunted and gnarled trees whfctinre Pnltable only lor WR gul3iuiknanth feuee building M J a- A TEXAS WONDER I HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of thekidneys and bladder in both men and woman regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist wil belsent by mall on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 6 Box 629 Su Louts Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and 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 eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I hegaiMisinc it today J weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully ljais ly JOHNA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The Scent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle tiO cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing hasever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew IIForSOclOO A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back if It falls Trial Bottles free MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lile and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January a MEAT 8 MALT CO Louisville Ky Gentlemen Havine examined your Mea t and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with its mode of manufacture I can utile that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and invigorates digestion and is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all s with debility Yours L D KASTENBINE M 11 Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Louisville K For Sil hv TJL Middelton For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No2No No4NO5 No6No7 NO8 No9No NGllNG No 13 No 14 No 15 No 16 wo 17 NorlS No 19 No 20 NO 21 Ne 22 Hi 23 ML 24 Mf5 itI II A twostoty frame residence contain ing 6 rooms and two balls in Rich mond Ky Lot 40x160 feet small barn Price 1000 KM less than original cost A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich mond Has all necessary outbuild ings A great bargain for anyone de siring nice Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal borne could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gala A twostory frame residence on Irvine street Building In good re pair Price SI20 vriUVjy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x MO feet Price producingrarmresidence Jam and other outbuild lug Price 200 Good farm containing about 130 acres good residebce1bun and other 1m locality Price tf500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Ponr cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each Good cottage in Srstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 Uand TIe twostory residence in best part of Richmond lot and ill necessary out buildings A bar gain at tow Nice residence containing seven dlyargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 flood lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap tine of the best Improved farms In Madison county containing 255 acres Good orchard and foil necessary out buildings Church and school con venient Situated onpike- A four room cottage and seven acres of lend live acres iu grass and two in garden good orchard nnd grape buildingsThisthriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price 1100 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms cityLotA twostory residence In good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one desir ins an ideal home One of the best constructed In Richmond wellUnproved Price S2200 neighIon st nice resident street oohilkining four rooms and neces iurcbaeedgreal bargnin at 1100 Wilt oaint residence for purchaser An Ideal cottage of five rooms neCttNaryOUlhulldlngslnclucJlng cistern Price 4tAA1 Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser otcontainiiglies itulled III best residence jxirtlon ofrity Stable coal house buildingsdesiringa tiles home Bereaturnpike grassIfIIndtentyerty at price named On the land outbnlldlngsPrice 2100 eightn4lcaall in grass and la Al good farm and thlkalLocal1t7HtIots u r AirTight Heating Stoves are now on Exhibition BOOSTER DISC DRILL r 1 ARBUGKLE SIMMONS TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING ++++ CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ss Phone 3 Second St WeaK HeartsAre Y of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigostlon onlyIperfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr DKiubbof Nevada OMTJ had stomach treubla and was In a bad State as had heart trouble fourIDODthsKodol Digests What You Eat andrelieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holding 254 times the trial SpcPrepared CHICAGO For sale bytPerry Thomas OneEye 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 scien tide skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles 8 Qea taiSt Rcmo 11 6 lSALES 9OOO DAY Watthes I This is the IrcrersoH Dollar Vntcli whiCh sells at the lowest price carries thestrong- est I guarantee and saleithanwatches Peru ct in accuracy size style otherIngersolls at tfo SoUlIivhereorpostraIdbynsrorJijnBiXMetFre Robt H Ingersoll 6 Bro i Dspt3 51 MAIDEN lANE NEW YORK 7 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black- Draught Stock and Poultry Medi remedyfordigestion in a perfect condition American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa sional dose of BlackDraught Stock and Poultry In their maybuya25cent of this medicine from his dealer vigoroushealthallykeepBfcickDraughtStockarid Poultry Medicine If yours does salIPlecantoChattaoooffa Medicine Co Chat taoogaTenn JIo8MU1 M II t9BUclOr nckt Stock M Fraltry M 41 l k the b tIeTTtHa Onr stock rqu looUfl bad when you sntm tIN a icia and they ara tticOO In1Mtre lookiag M rMi better a P aocnGL- lrL iiiI FIREFIRE We have just received from R J Co of Boston a line of Ladies Missest Childrens and Mens SnOESthat wa slightly damaged in their big fire which we put on sale at 12 Pricef- or the next ten days You will find these shoes to be strictly up to date and a great many not damaged at all Also remember we will give 13 Off on all Clothinga- nd Heavy Underwear for ten days onlyt Yours for Bargains The Globe Store 208 Main Street formerly occupied by John G 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