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IllII Jl r f 1 I J THE RICHMOND CLIMAX t j i1 dlI 11i i I iuI I VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERIS 1903 1 NUMBLY 26 I B PHONE 80 U EC WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST Get Your Moneys Worth Lackey Hamilton tWant your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your piivilege to profit by them But Facts from Such is not the ease We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry and by keeping constantly in close touch with the large Wholesale Houses and Factories we are enabled to secure the latest and best values at the lowest possible prices Our Dress Goods Department is now complete with all the newest things in Black Goods and Novelties See our Line of Fancy Waistings in Velvets Oxfords etc from 25ctoJ Per Yard I Be sure our Line FursiBefore IThe Style Quality and Price will please you t Highest w Quality Lailieo Mise Shoes Mens and Boys Hoots Shoes Ladies Mens Rubber Goods We have just added to our Fall Stock some very Nobby Suits for Men and Boys at prices that will cause you to wonder how we do it e EveryStyle Mn Bova Make ynnr price and w lmvc a Coat to fit Thc best for tho money We will make you happy Yours Please Lackey and First Richmond Kentucky Banking on Paint Thepractical painter says you can bank on Patterns SunProof Paint because it saves the cost of at least one painting fi every five years The f painter banks on it- t becau it gives him a ttOi9S oJ IJOF lf 1 to see of Cloaks and making your Selection nnd Childrens and Overcoats for Overeats for Youths Overcoats for own you to Main Streets h I is madIn lrUftof tlie mt4 lnrible materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is the best spreading longest wearing paint and most brilliant and lasting colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of J7 Paint Knowledge and Advice free to A PATTON PAINT C Jake St Milwaukee Wis FOR SALE BY g George M Willging Paints Wall Paper S JWI KUIVHER U W EVANS JR 23 ftJev FirmAND c A Magnificient Stock of Goods v Everything for the home beautiful v j y V r canbefoundinourstoreand J suitc Leverybody e J We are at home at opIints old stand on Main street and we guarantee the bestlI and most polite attention give US a caUr Crutcher d Evans i c Main Street Richmond Ky I o I lV16 Row Showinft Both Disk and 5- hoejjERIjSjIjjjCjj and has the Drill gQuality HamiltonC- or repi1pi Gloss 7 KentucKy lnterchandeabl8DisKorSh ALL SIZES F da TO 22 in SKiS With or wi FerUUar Graa S c4 i UaJn Grit Proof Bearing to Disks r cv Tfls used last 60Vytl Itct satlstukfan Petted Ci Biakea sendid Seed J nth and Insures ntLowFldrhte FeIw III UII Loweste Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnonnde Hon D L forIofDemraIIcsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R Attorntyparty HCROOKIsubject to the action of IhH Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce JNO W MadisonCountyic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million subJectFOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe 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 a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub VA to the action of the Democratic party MORGANVAYLORconnty subjet to the action of the Democratic party UPA1tItZSHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic partyWesreaut orizcd to announce ANDERSON forJailerof the Democratic party HKNNEDYas a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snblect to the action of the Democratic party BUCKJOHNSONCounty subject to the action of the Democrat e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRiMcounty subject to tbe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer ol Madison DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate fr Superintendent of Pub lie Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We Mre authorized to announce JOHN NOLANDa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Asrosor of Mndison county subject to tbe actinn of the Democratic party We are authorized to announced B rGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county Nuuject to the action of the Democratic party Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dio nased hot or full of humors if you have blot d poion cancer carbuncles nating sores scrofula eczema itchings pimplykintr any blood or skin disease take Bo anic Blood Balm B B R according to directions Soon all sores heal aches anti paills stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from very eruption and criviuc the rich glow oi perfect health to the skin At theme time RB B improves thn di uestion CUteS dyspepsia strengthens ceak kidneys Just the medicine for old people as it gives them new vK ornus bl J Druggists Slpr large nottle with directions for home cure j Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical advice also sent in scaled letter B B B is specially advised for chronic deot cases of impure blood and skin disease gad cures otter all else fails i The average depth of the ocean is 44t 1 JMk r If THE COMMONWEALTH ELEVENTH DISTRICT ij Prohibitionist Candidate Seems to Have Carried Two Counties Louisville Ky NOT ItIncom plete returns from 12 of the 19 coun ties composing the Eleventh congressional district where a special election was held Tuesday to elect a successor to the late Vincent Borclng show a plurality for Dr Godfrey W Hunter of a little over 1000 This is subject to change however as only about half the precincts In the district have been heard from D G Edwards who Hko Dr Hunter is a republican claims that Hunter is defeated and that the com pleta returns will show an Edwards majority of 1500 John D White the prohibitionist candidate seems to have carried two and possibly three couu ties by small majorities but his show- Ing is duo to the fight between Hunter and Edwards for the repuuncan nom- Ination which resulted In seven In junction and count rlnjunctlons and finally ended by Hunters name being left oft the ballot in some counties and the omission of that of Edwards in- others The contest is certain to end on the floor of the house FRANK SCHMITZS DEATH It Recalls Two Other Fatalities In His Family Covington Ky Nov 11 Coroner Tarvin held an Inquest Tuesday in the case of Frank Schmltz who was In stantly killed by a fall from a wagon he was driving Monday In Latonla returning a verdict of accidental death It is claimed that Schmltzs fall was caused by an attack of epilepsy with which he was afflicted His death recalls similar deaths of two of Schmltzs sisters His sister Llllle fell down a flight of stairs causing two fractures ot the neck and was instantly killed Mrs Soden an elder sister was burn ed to death caused by her dress ignit- Ing from an open fireplace The Military Play Is Off Covlngtoni Ky Nov lIThe reproduction of the military play San tiago which was to have been seen in this city under the auspices of Company I of the Kentucky state guards Is off Frank E Adams of Chicaeo who was managing the affair left the city In a hurry leaving behind an un paid board bill it is alleged Hunter Beat Both Candidates Pineville Ky Nov 1L Although W G Hunters name was not printed on the ballots in this county 12 precincts gave him a majority over Ed wards and White It Is estimated the county will give him a majority of above 100 Edwards and White receiv ed about an equal number of votes An Option on Land Louisville Ky Nov ItDr J V Prewitt of West Point and Dr F Ooombes of Ellzabethtown represent ing the United States government have secured options on more than 20000 acres of land lying south of the original survey for the maneuver grounds near Went Point Trouble Feared In Perry Hazard Ky Nov 11The name of D C Edwards and John D White in dependent were printed on the Perry county ballots Edwards received 613 votes and White 403 a majority of 210 for Edwards The HunterEdwards factions are growing warm and troublo is predicted Leslie County Democrats Voted Hyden Ky Nov 11Leslle county republicans Indorsed Dr W Godfrey Hunter and his name was printed on the ballots The vote stood 703 for Hunter and 613 for White or a majority of 190 for Hunter The lOt democrats of Leslie county voted for White Had His Leg Cut Off Lexington Ky Nov 11 Robert Martin a young farmer of this county while crawling under a freight car In the Chesapeake Ohio roads yard here had his left leg cut off He was just emerging from under the car when a switch engine struck his leg The Lexington Horse Sales Lexington Ky Nov 11 Sixtysev en horses brought a total of 31275 at the second day of the TranterKenny sale The 29 head in the village farm consignment sold for an average of nearly 700 Grace Direct brought the top price of the day 3500 Baby on Front Doorstep Covington Ky Nov nFrank Tro bridge of 81 Riddle street found a white baby girl on his front doorstep upon his return from work shortly after dark Tuesday night The Infant is about a week old and was wrapped up In a piece of carpet May Resign the Chairmanship ML Sterling Ky Nov llIt is stated by politicians who seem to know that Allie W Young will shortly resign as chairman of the democratic state central and executive commit tees Mr Young has Just been elected circuit judge- Dted at the Age of 92 Years Nicholasville Ky Nov iLMrs Susan Stewart Buford aged 92 died here after several months illness Sha was the mother of Postmaster W L Buford Besides him three other sons survive her- Fireman Dies From OverexertIon Louisville Ky Nov llroIm Con nelly captain of Engine Company 5 died of heart failure from overexertloa at a fire Tuesday morning while on his way home in a cab 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 Marion hidwho was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining BO 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 byEuateSjnowIts shameful whet youth fails to re spect old age but just the contrary in the case of Dr Kinars New Life Pills They cut off maladies no matter how KeDipIItlion yield to title perMit pill c-at all dJTKK etoree 1m I TIlE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS IVO SUBSTITUTE THE SPECIAL ELECTION Or W Godfrey Hunter Claims a Plu rality of From 600 to 1000 Louisville Ky Nov 12COmpleto Unofficial returns from 16 of the 19 counties composing the Eleventh con gressional district where a special lectIon was held Tuesday to choose a successor to the late Congressman Borelng give Dr Godfrey Hunter re publican 4946 D C Edwards repub lican 3436 John D White prohibi tionist 1756 Hunters plurality on the face of the returns received is 1 610 and he claims the official count will give him n plurality of from 600 to 1000 Edwards appears equally confident and declares that the missing counties of Leslie Letcher and Ows ley will give him more than enough to offset Hunters apparent lead The fight between the two republicans will undoubtedly be carried to the floor of the house on account of the numerous legal complications that have arisen Oil Derrick Burned IAn Ky Nov l2An oil by the KentuckyOhio Oil Co was destroyed by fire Wednes day entailing a loss of 1500 The woodwork was oilsoaked and caught fire it is claimed through the carelessness of the driller Messrs Porter and EartHs hail a narrow escape and both were burned about the hands and face INew Oil Wells Brought In Ky Nov 12Marsh Bros brought In No 1 at 660 feet estimated by the driller at 250 barrels per day The Crifty Oil Co brought in Corey No 2 at 556 feet Ellsworth Dean Co drilled in a heavy gazer on the Coffey farm two miles north of Monticello Other good wells will be brought In it is thought IGets the Certificate Louisville Ky Nov 12Herman D Newcomb D was given a certificate of election as representative from the Fortyfourth district Wednesday afternoon The face of the returns show a plurality of 106 votes for Newcomb over Frank C Hagan R Mr New- comb is a candidate for speaker of tho house Wholesale Vaccination Covington Ky Nov 12It was decided at a meeting of the Covington board of health Wednesday evening to have all school children and persons working in factories vaccinated this winter Dr Walllngford and Dr Mof fett were assigned to this duty A Duel in the Street Louisville Ky Nov 1John Ogles a patrolman on the Louisville police force and Mike Seymour a saloon keeper fought a pistol duel In front of 479 East Market street during which about ten shots were fired Both wero dangerously Injured IProbably Fatally Injured Ky Nov 12In the White Sulphur section of this county William Karrick was assisting in load- Ing a Licking river railway car with lumber when almost the entire load slipped and fell on him probably fa tally Injuring him For Waterworks Broken IGround Ky Nov 12Ground has been broken for the waterworks system here P H Porter of Louis ville who has the contract for the plant has a large force of hands at work preparing the foundation for tho Etandpipe Lock Completed INew Ky Nov 12Tho lock Kentucky river at this place which has been under construc tion for three years is completed Wa ter has begun to pool Which will throw slack water a few miles above Ford Alleged Murderer Caught Irvine Ky Nov 12 Deputy Sher iff F Grimstead left for College Cor ner Ind to bring back Dodd Waters arrested at that place for killing Mizer in this coUnty about two years ago A reward Is to be paid by the state Religious Services In Saloons nusseliville Ky Nov 12The saloons of this city were all visited here Wednesday by a delegation of busl ness men preachers and ladles and services wert held The saloonkeep ers listened to the services Miss Colgate Sold For 1303 Lexington Ky Nov 12Thlrd day of the TranterKenney sale 82 horses were sold for an average of 206 The best sale was Miss Colgate b m 4 Bow DeanVanite W J Rosemeycr New York S L303 INDIANA UNIVERSITY i Board of Trustees Decided to Enlarge the Curriculum Bloomlngtcn Ind Nov 12The board of trustees of Indiana university Wednesday afternoon decided to en large the curriculum admitting five new courses and to establish a prin ciple of education Entirely new In the United States The new courses are medicine commerce Journalism arch- Itecture and manual training The establishment of the new prin ciple will give students of the institu tion the option of choosing some major subject it which to perfect themselves or a roup of courses selected from two or more departments which will servo as In tho place of a major subject Tai actlotiot tho board means the inauguration pf ap1an InsUtuttOfttltHI Seven milUea jers B84a India are ta b yacclBatel w 4pae- rJ MET ON A CURVE Six Men Killed and Two Injured One Probably Fatally In a Wreck Louisville Ky Nov l3Two heavy freight trains one of them a double header collided In a dense fog near New Hope Ky on the Knoxville di vision of the Louisville Nashville early Thursday killing six trainmen and Injuring two one probably fatally Tho trains met on a reverse ccurve at the top of an embankment 30 feet high The three engines were com pletely demolished and nearly every car of both trains landed at the foot of the fill Fire soon broke out and 15 curs of merchandise and coal were destroyed Special relief trains were sent from this city and Lebanon and the bodies of the trainmen were tecov ered about 10 oclock Hume who was the only one of the men found alive under the wreckage had his Jaw torn off and was otherwise badly hurt The corps of rescuers had after much dir ficulty taken Hume from under a car of coke and were bearing him towards the special train when a carload of gunpowder reached by the flames ex ploded with terrific force ly none of the rescuing Fortunatel jured Brakeman Winkler jumped and was badly lurt Passengers were transferred around the wreck It was late in the afternoon before the track was cleared Following Is a list of casualties The deadM S Cannon engineer Lebanon Junction Ed Sturgis engi neer Louisville Moreland Graves engineer Lebanon Junction John Reynolds fireman London Ky John Leach fireman Lebanon Junction Wm Lyden fireman Louisville Ky The InjuredReid Humes brakeman seriously and taken to Elizabeth hoe pital Lebanon J A Winkler brakeman injuries not serious BLOODY CONFLICT Baptist Minister Killed and Three Se riously Injured Brinkley Ky Nov 13on Quick sand creek a few miles from here John Green Baptist minister was kill ed Brice Green and John Green jr were seriously cut and William Han shoe was fatally stabbed while the ministers horse was shot dead under himWilson Hanshoe Jr1 and Brice Green became Involved in a fist fight and the elder Hanshoe and Green tried to separate themwhen John Green Jr drew his revolver and began firing at Wil son Hanshoe sr Wilson Hanshoe Jr also began shooting All the others drew knives and fought at close range Both Claim a Majority Lotitsvllle Ky Nov 13 Returns from all the counties in the Eleventh congressional district with only a few precincts missing give Dr Godfrey Hunter 5022 D C Edwards 3849 John D White prohibitionist 2064 These figures are disputed by Ed wards who claims that the official count will give him a majority of over 300 Struck An Oil Lake Burkesville Ky Nov 13The New Domain Oil Co drilled in well No 3 on the Heard farm in the Salt Lick Bend oil field At a depth of 690 feet oil was struck and the auger fell a distance of 12 feet thus indicating that an oil lake is at the bottom of the hole Heavy Revenue Receipts Lawrenceburg Ky Nov 13The receipts at the office here of Stamp Doputy Miss Mary Goggln for the month of October were 18781770 The collection for the corresponding month of 1902 were 13317480 an in crease this year of 5464290 Exempt From Taxes Frankfort Ky Nov 13The court of appeals decided that property own ed by the Young Mens Christian association is exempt from taxation because the institution is a public char ItT with educational features Chief Justice Burnam dissented Bath County Farmer Passes Away Owingsvtlle Ky Nov 13Atter a few days Illness John F Johnson one of the most prominent farmers in this county died of pneumonia Mr Johnson was a confederate soldier during tholocalDeath of Lewis Walter Hilt Covington Ky Nov 13 Lewis Walter Hill of this city died Thurs day evening He had been taken to Speers Memorial hospital Dayton Ky where an operation waa performed for appendicitis Mr Hill was 29 years old and very popular Editor Walton Fined Lexington Ky Nov 13 Editor W P Walton was fined 25 and costs in Magistrate Paynes court on the charge of assault with a pistol on Dave Grif fith his former foreman Walton claimed that Griffith attacked him with brass knucks Irvine E Allen Fined 300 Jackson Ky Nov 13The Jury In the case of the commonwealth vs Ir vine R Allen rendered a verdict fining NOIblestrouble came up over a disputed haul way for logs Store Is Robbed Winchester Ky Nov 13The store of James King at Flanagan was robbed The safe was battered and broken but resisted all efforts to open itBloodhounds were procured but the burglars evidently escaped on horse back Spain exports 32800 tons of cork an nually valued at about 6000000 TO OUBX A COLD IN 03 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 Some Chicago burglars used an test in order to take real silver acidI house they had broken into There are four millionaires in Britain to oue in France A Scientific Discovery Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does for the stomach that which it is unable to do Jar itself even when but slightly disor dered or overloaded Kodol Dyspep sin Cure supplies the natural iuices for digestion and does the work for tile tomaeb relxln the nervous tension thud the InflaiBEned tnuclebpf that organ are allowed to rest and heal Kodol Dyepepwa Owe digests what you eat and ea MfMth JKtoni cb and digestive OTKMM to tNwwrfwm M1 food into 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JOE WHISKY Handmade Sour Mash Evorydrop gnaran teed to pure It Is of old Ie manu r fccture No v4 5 BETTER can be f formedlcinalpnr poses YOU want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 veati old in Jugs 4dbper gallon 10 bottles u 5 IIus Ibtd5 ottles 14w Whisky 2 rJ11I0B rOiders promptly fiIId a TW rJi P i WILEYSEAROY Prop OIdJ eitillrI t Akc fIHIQ c JltYtJCy r 4 t Early Fall THE Overcoat I t Is an Ounce of Prevention i I The man of intelligence is not likely to disregard the lesson it teaches The cold contracted by im earlymornman to an early grave Ask Any PhysicianIIf This Is Not TrueiThe Primlico is shown in the 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 l This and other garments sold by us is the well i known HANDTAILORED CLOTHING of SCHLOSS BROS CO The Best Clothes Makers You can save money by buying your fall and winter shoes from us We are showing and 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Incorporated u IK it wasnt for the frnHd and thelt committed by the Republicans over the State Beckhams would anJbility for the Republicans to be fair in elections as it is for a Kansas grafsliop st lotownt ORDINANCEth Be it ordained by the City Council of liThatowners of property located upon the north side of East Main street between Hallie Irvine and Orchard streets and the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company owner of property located upon tne south side of East Main street in Richmond Ky be and are hereby required at their own expense to at once put in curbing and construct a brick pave ment in front of paid property under tuft direction and control of the Street Committee of Richmond Ky D It TEVIS Mayor AttetA C WELLS City Clerk Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reash the seat of Che disease Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional di sease and in order to cure it you must nike internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken intern thy and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best in this country for Years and is a regular prescrip lion It is composed of the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mu cons surfaces The perfect combina tion of the two ingredients is what pro Alices such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists The hIPs Family PiliRr the best In tfLRmiverCoIlLEXINGTON 1t Notable Array of Home Needs The result of careful se lections from the leading manufacturers Our fall exhihit shows an assort ment of CARPETSDRAPERIES FURNITUREWALL WOOD MANTELS A 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 CiFiBrowerCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Eyi 1I1J kr A Beautiful Poem Last Sundays Lexington Herald con tained a poem written during the war and which hiss attached to it a most in teresting history The CLIMAX has been so fortunate as to obtain the original poem written on note paper yellow T w pencilbopoemMr David Chenault of this cityw ho was himself a gallant soldier dur ii C siolonela prisoner of war at Camp Chase While there a fellow prisoner lay sick d finally died Shortly before his he told Colonel Hawkins of his engagement to a fair Southern lady who had proved faithless to her soldier ver His pining for a letter trom her on Iv hastened his death Soon alter hind passed away a letter came from e lady in which she brolre her en garment It was answered by Colonel Hawkins in the following beautiful nes which are an exact reproduction of the original MY FRIEND Your letter came but came too late fAhIUnto the great White Throne And yet I think he would have stayed For one more day of pain Could he have read these tardy words Which you have sent in yamCWhy did you wait fair lady Through many weary hoursPHad you other lover with In that silken dainty bower Did others bow before your cDarms PAndHis spirit had no peer- I wish that you were by me now As I draw the sheet fide To see how pure the look he wore Awhile before he died Yet the sorrow that you gave him Still ha left its weary trace And a meek and saintly sadness Dwells upon that pallid lace Her love said he could change for me The winters cold to spring Ah trust of thoughtless maidens love Thou art a bitter thing For when these valleys fair in May Once more with flowers shall wave The Northern violets hall blow Above his humole grave Your dole of scanty words had been Rut one more pang to bear Though to the last lie kissed with love This tress of your soft hair 1 did not put It where he said For when the angels come I would not Imvr them find the sign Of falsehood In his tomb Ive read your letter and I know The wiles that you have wrought To win that nobl heart of his And gained Itfearful thought What lavish wealth we sometime give For a trifle light and small What manly forms are often held In follys flimsy thrall You shall not pity him for now lies passed your hope and fear Although I wish that you could stand With me beside hie bier Still I forgive you Heaven knows For mercy youll have need Since God His awful Judgment sends On each unworthy deed Tonight the cold wind whistles by As I my vigil keep Within the prisons dead house where Few mourners come to weep A rude plank coffin holds him now Yet death gives always grace And I had rather see him thus Than clasped In your embrace Tonight your rooms are very gay wit h wit and win and song And you are smiling Just as If You never did a wrong Your hand fair that none could think It nenned these wordnof pain Your skin so white won d God your soul Were half fo free from stilt Id rather be this dear dead friend Than you in all your glee For you are held In grievous bonds While hes forever free Whon serve we in this life We serve In that which Is to come lie chose Ills way you yours let God Pronounce the fitting doom Camp Chase December lsef The Influence of the Youths Companion The gospel of good cheer brightens every page of The Youths Companion Although the paper is nearly seventy seven years of age it looks back on the past as a better period than the pres entThe Companion believes that the time most full of promise is the time we are living in and every weekly issue reflects this spirit of looking forward and not back To more tban half million American families it carries every week its message of cheer Its stories picture the true characteristics of the young men and women of America Its anti cles bring nearly three million readers in touch with the best thought of the most famous of living men and women Annnal Announcement Number fully describing the principal features of The Companions new volume for 1904 will be sent to any address free The now subscriber for 1004 will re- ceIve nil the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1003 free from the time oi subscription also The Companion Calandar for 1004 lithe graphed in twelve olors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boeton Mass WI t Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured br leaving word at the State Batik Trust Company or by writing T D JlENAULT Telephone 89rmJ 4 mhl8 tf Terrill ivy Estray A white and black spotted hog about 125 pounds came to my place about two weeks ago and has nce been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges- A H LALOR 23 4t Orange St Richmond Ky The Walters School Wins The Walters School delealed the Dudley High School of Lexington Saturday by of score of 10 to 0 The Dudley High School was considerably heavier than the Walters team and the score was very gratifying At no time during the game was the Walters School goal in dangor the hall being kept in the opponents territory most of time The playing of Tate Collins Mershon and Worroll was especially good The line up of the teams was i ollows ws DHSl- assG LE Kinnear Cobb L T Carney Terrill L G Wheeler ollins C Epperson ate K G Campbell arrish R T Seelbach Wallace R E Shryork Patton arrish RUB Smith Worrell FB Waters Mershon L H B D Scott S Burnam Capt Q B Kimball Touchdowns Merahon 2 Referee Mr Menlfee State College UmpireDr Blanton TimekeepersFor Walters School Mr Dunn for Dudley High School Mr G ode Linesmen James Deatherago B SmithTime of halves 20 and 15 minutes MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lila od Strength la Every Drop A scientific combination of the fggntial constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Jinnarr iz igoj MEAT MALT CO LouUvCfc Ky Gentlemen Having examined your Meat and Malt preparation and being thoroughly acquainted with oo and mode of nanuUctnre I can state that it U an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and tnrfcorates digestion and U especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all with debility Yours truly LDKASTENBINEMD Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT A MALT CO LaulmrHe 1C For Silp ivB L Middelton Cwissioms ISls John B benault Puff against W L Farleys Heirs c Dfts Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of tale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the September Term thereof 1903 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday Dec 5t03Between the hours of 11 It m and 12 m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to ex pose to Public Sale to thu Highest and biddur the following described property viz A Certain Lot of Ground with all tin improvements thereon located In Ky On south side of Irvine street fronting on said street 31 feet and running back with tbe east side thereof 131 feet and with tha west side thereof 125 feat and being 30 feet wide in the rear and being same lot MasterCoulmitsionerfor John Farleys heirs produceof money so ordered to be made anti tbe costa hereo- fTERMSSale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the payment of the purchasemoney to the force ligalInterestreserved upon said property until all the purchase money S B SCOTT M 0 M Co 0 a i 4 t tiimIf Public Sole For the purpose of winding up the partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned we will on Wdne Q Y Hovemoer 18 beginning at 10 oclock a m at the residence of Mrs Bettle D Chenanlt 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 31 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 so as to included in one tract all north of the new pike now tie big constructed tbroueh the premises and Otter Creek will constitute the di vision line of the land south of said pikeTERMSThe land will be sold one third cash and residue in two equal payments in 12 and 18 months On the following day at the same place all of the PersonalProperty- will be sold consisting horses cattle farmingimplements 1 pair aged Mules 2 pair 2 yearold Mules i pair 3 yearold Mules 1 pair yearling Mules 16 Mexican Horses 3 good milch Cows and Calves 1 registered Bull 17 2yearuld Cattle 10 yearling Cattle 10 brood Sows and Pigs About 20 Shoals Plows Harrows Wagons etc D FI HBNA LT MADISON INSTITUTE NOTES Among our recent visitors were Mr Myers of Columbia fattier of Miss Myrtle Myers one or our students und Mr W K Azbill of Columbia who has spent a number or ywtrs as a mis sionaty in Japan and the island of Jamaica Miss Peppard our art teacher has been sick lately and has returned to her home near Cincinnati to rest and recuperate Miss Peppard is one of the finest artists in the Stateand her pupils are very fond of her We now have a guitar and mandolin club in addition to the regular school orchestra and they make beautiful music The school has some Very tal unted musicians this year There will bo a delightful entertain ment in the chapel of the Institute next Monday night at 730 oclock The program will be divided into two parts the UgliestOfoperetta The Quilting Bee Those who come will be highly entertained Admission 15 and 25 cents Information address- nOBT t A FOREE Pres Gen Mgr rr o h iA 1 DONT throw your money away for the kind of COALtthat is as hard to burn as p fireproof Tis better for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price t We have the Mountain Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP ac1t- yvi11 Com Be O1a Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone J844- novom Hadtth The witches in Macbeth and all that belongs to then are but poetical impersonations of evil influences The are the iinaKinativeirresponsible agents or instruments of the devil capable of imposing guilt but not of incurring it in and through whom all the powers of their chief seem bent up to tte ac of Jii given They appear on Monday November 23 at the New Opera House in several scenes with John Griffith who is star ring this season in a new and grand production of Macbeth the cut S15 for all the We to give full benefit of our sale in wait is This includes our Alfred Cos Suits our large oiZ e JOS Branch 248 Equitable Denver FOR We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken in Marion and adjdiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price horn 10 PER ACRE areIrich blue grass farms and otheis river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for these farms and we would be glad to show to those who ere inter ested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention Central Ky hi Estate Go LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres Mgr IfiaenIim DESIGNS V rrT COPYRIGHTS Ac a sketch and description may Ittt Ilr ascertAliT our opinion free an invention ti probably Commnnlca llonntrlctlTConndenUaL on Patents lent free for ecurtng patent Patents taken through Munn t Co receive flOtlu without charsre lu the Scientific jfnttcricait A illustrated weekly Iaree t ctr Journal Term a Branch GS 8U Lexington Kentucky Fashions in Tailored Suits the Most Favored The new style effects in Tailored Garments are here In newest colors and mixtures The stock is right in fabric anddesiKn in in finish and tbe priceS12 Skirts In Novelties Scotch Effects and Mannish Figures 3 50 to Colored Dress Goods A stylish collection of fabrics at popular prices Black Dress Goods at all times and occasions The best selections from greatest Ladiest and Childrens Cloaks modelsPEETZUNDERWEARMILLINERY LADIES TAILORLNGSpecialattention given to Coat Suits and House anti Gowns L Watson on in are the not the over t in Oldest Office N Upper Ky We are Badly We Have Too 25 Per Cent OffOvercoat and Suit our house FOR CASH ONLY determined you season and until season Benjamin and Overcoats CAIso line Youths Childrens Clothing andlessselectionDo Lexington LOUIS GUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers FARMS SALE especially to60I them TiEigiTRAOE newsdeaiertMUNN NorthJ 1820 Lexington ClothingDepartment Many Clothing every TR4US STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS y A splendid opportunity to invest in Stock in a rich mining property situated tthreemiles from Globe Arizona jInvestors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the t ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company which promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Beltextending AtJIt Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the WOrldJ oninetcLargequantitiesItThose who did not buy stock in the great mining poperties of rlzonaand other parts of the westwhen Jfor lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co W It so Cents per Share J VJvW ores from mine to mill 4 A absoJutelvt Jv luvestorJv bvPhelpsft A Vr this aa an investment Is th- eMiniig WC Opportunity of the Present Century J IFor further M and Officec 1L building Ash complishment purpose D WHITHAMSecTrensurer Office Bldg Colorado C J showing Gen1 handsomely Correct makers HIGHCLASS IJ Mining cFRANK WRIGHT VkQPresidentI Branch Officij 910 Tacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois rc r brt HT1 0 I r r REGIA Walking Skirts Sizes 39 to 44 In Long Regia Walking Skirts in brown blue gray and black in all desirable style shapes and buttons of same material trim the hips and around bottom at 996 8399 and 499 r J 4V J Regia Sateen SkirtsSizes 39 to 43 Regia Skirts are made of the best material with double stitched seams Our roc mercerized Sateen Petticoats extra quality double stitched seams full 16 inch flounce trimmed with four 2 inch rubles strap heading Remember the price roc Fine quality Hateen mercerized finish made with a 12 inch pleated flounce top of flounce finished with a row of reeling bottom of flounce finished with a duster of tucks and 3 inch ruffle The pleated flounce protected by an under antI dust ruffle at 149 Ladies Flannelette Wrappers Sizes 3242 Bust Measure With yoke and epaulette over sleeves trimmed with narrow braid FJounce on bottom separate lining collar and sleeves trimmed with braid assorted colors at roc each Printed Flannelettes in piece in nobby styles cloth and patterns on the order of the highest grade of German goods at 8110 and 18c a yard Newport Scarfs in allcolors at 99c each We carry one of the most complete line of Silks Challies Metallic Dot Mohairs and Velvets Mer cerized Waistings and Vestings figured Crane de Chines Brocades etc Space permits us to mention only a few of the many values obtainable in this line of goods Ladies Bishop Collars and Protection Collars made in washable oxfords ahd fagoting silks and r velvets in variety of colors and combinations Fashionable Chiffon ollarettesand Boas made in solid black solid white black combined white Maliin Ties in all colors at 25c Requests for samples will be promptly complied with c r OWJBNMcKTBEcTUCKYI UIIIIIIIIV 1B XL tToCure a Cold in One Day II Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets t Seven onb1d12m0 Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window ShadesA- ll colors and sizes from lOc on up in pri- cePaints 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 ing elsew- hereWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade and prices to In terest you Pictures and Frames Our stock embraces alt the latest novelties and the prices will astonish you Geo M Mil 209 W MAIN ST Next door to Madison NatI Bank t i i I This signature Strayed or Stolen From Chenault mining camp on Brush freek Thursday nieht a black mare mule about 15 hands high with brandon left jaw and harness tnaik on hip A liberal reward will be paid for sameI Big Hill Coal Co Orlando Ky r toCuresLa Two Days i on every box 25c tfI Money to I can get you moneY LoanIterest on bug time or over on your farm particulars call on or address- V K LETCIIER JR apr 15 6mo Richmond Ky DlB II4CKELFOQD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE = CattieStyicStsyssaloordlngpart 11 galvanizedAmply 1 lasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle borses hogs F and pigs f EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED i howitThe price will advance in 60 days D1B Shackelforil Co Great Values in Fall Merchanidsejfi t New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our store immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and better selected stocks thefallthat the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the cityC WHITE GOODS CottonVestingsPiquesandOur Fall MillineryWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies mid Children in feltbeaver1 HOSIERY c Every style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silkJ lislethreadand cottorr Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of thekind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department Yeonlyshoesat Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices 1 t Respectfully Submitted E V Elderto the Cash Trade He 11t fir i t t Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call 1ieK eaa tfloTtcs RieHMOND KY PHONE 232 un Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax u WEDNESDAY NOV 18 19O Lima canned Beans at Fras Broil Phone 165 See notict of house and lot lor sale by Jesse Dykes Dont forget to donate something to the Infirmary next Tuesday Dont forget to see that swfll line ol wall paper shown by Perry t Thmua Read Ai buckle te biniinonn ad vertisement elpewher in to las CLI MAX novlS 2t Call and flee our beautiful line of splitwood clothes hampers and work- baskets Tilt Uncket Store Julia II Iliguin txamiiiHr ate nographer and Typewriter Business solicited felephons 354 7 un A good deal of complaint his nrteen regarding the iiiterurbmi cars which run between Paris and Lexington on account of colond people being allow ed to ride in the same car with the white people Having received a supply of the best Kentucky and Jelliro Coals Ship stuff and Feds of all kiwIs at the T Wells coal yard I now solicit youi your patronage Ring phone 302 and let me fill your next order RespU lln3t W S BnoADDOS WANTED A faithful person to travel for well established house in few counties calling on retail mer chants and agents Local territory Salary 120 per wek with expenses ad ditional all payable in cash each week Money for expense advanced Posi tion permanent Business cwcr Rfut and ru liing Standard Hon 330 Dearborn St OMcne HI lln 16t dome for Rent Next door to Joes Apply to llntf JaR Bennett Notice All persons owing Jo S Joplin can pay account at Rrutoher Evans Please rail at once novlS 3t Ear bile Medium size roll top office desk re volving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES Lost Dog White Pointer cog with lemon spot in forehead ears lemon ticked Liber al reward for return toThos J Smith For Sale Fill m cjiiisiRtiug of 40 acres good house 7 iiln from Richmond on Tat srCreek pike Apply to B W TURNER Richmond Ky For Sale or Rent My nBidencH on Second street and Mobrl v Avenue comprising all nec easer iiii nMinjrn anti fifteen acres of lam ir li iu or ad hrsSe lobrlnv- Rirhuiond Ky e S OI Next Tuesday will he Donation Day for Pattie A Clay Infirmary For Rest Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply tu Donglrs Cotton 21octf Will Move to Lincoln Mr Mack Phelps who is one of Mad ison countys most prosperous farmers has rented the Levi Hnbblo farm in Lincoln county for next year and will remove his iamily there the first of January Shared or Stolen From my plaii near Union City Fri day night November 13 one dark brown horse mule 3 years old about 15jj hands high harness marks Any information leading to his recovery will be rewarded B M TODD 18u2t Udlon City Ky For Sale Splendid farm opposite Ford Ky in Madison county containing U5G acres 78 acres River Bottom For Further particulars call on or address MIakeyJ H 0 Rice Executors of AJ Lackey nov4 4t A Large Persimmon When Rev W HIIole returned from Florida last week he brought with him a persimmon IhichliS rown there It jas large as a teacup and weighs twelve ounces Persim mons have become to be quite rare here but are very common in Florida mud grow frequently to be of the size ol lie one exhibited tIers DeVanll Owing to the inclement night a very small audience hoard DeVault last VVwlnewliiy night He plcnBe hi hearers with his splendid ini persona tills lie is an elmMitjoniiH ot rare ihllitv and w deeply regret that mote people were not present The IIIUMCX part of the program was equally good and added much to the entertainment Ifr nowden LocateS Dr John A Snowden has finally decided to locate at Kirksville Madison Ionntv This gentleman stands high is a physician and is one of the most genial cheernl Christian gentlemen we have ever known His removal is ti distinct loss to our county and we commend him to the people of his new home as one of the most valuable accessions to their number they have ever had Winchester Democrat Lots oi Bargains Having rented n farm and wishing to retire from the mercantile business I offer for sale my store house and lot and dwelling and lot and three and onehalf acres of wen improved latid I will also offer for sale until closed out mv 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 J B WVLKEB nov3 4t Kirksville Ky Will Soon Be Here Did yon know that only a few more weeks will bring around hog killing time Those persons who nropose put ting up their own meat will do well to consult us about such work We have had vast experience In this line of the butchers business and are prepared in every wav to kill your meat render the laid and make your sausage in fact put the meat in your smoke house Satis faction guaranteed Call on or address the undersigned before making ar rangements DOUOLAS CUITON The Main Street Hatchers oi21Gt Trl 125 Richmond Ky Donation Day Next Tuesday November the twenty fourth will he the annual Donation Day for the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Each year the Tuesday before Thanks giving is set apart ior this purpose Friends of that noble and worthy institution can on that day send to the Infirmary Anything that can be used Eatables of all kinds linens brooms soap starch matches in fact anything that is needed in housekeeping Let our people remember this and on next Tuesday send something over to the Iiifimary A committee of ladles will be on hand to receive all the donations which will he used mst gratiilnlly e JI 1s A LjS t f h Everybody knows that Salt is an absolute 1necessity at hog killing time That time isfhand and persons needing salt ffin it in great quantities at E Deatheragesh are also making a special run on J 3 Evaporated Fruit It Give us a call when in need 01eithertt our store can be found everything in thejW 11 grocery line h f- J 1E 9eatherage Co l r 1 millionaires money cant buy finer than HANAN SHOES None finer to buy at any price Without doubt the worlds most elegant Shoes for men The same styles here as shown in the largest cities 500 550 and 600 Florsheim Shoes Another one oi 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 Bilt Well 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 WINTER t WEATHER has come and what is more pleasant than a house that is warm and com fortable all overiOur Bos Heaters do the work Let us put up one in your home anti you will not know that it is cold weather unless you goI outsideIRichmond Water and Light Co For Sale or Trade A neat four room cottage on lmdell avenue Lot 45x135 good cistern amid small barn Will pay cash difference in trado Apply to 18u to Ij JESSE DYKES Viola Allen in Twelfth Night The attraction at the Lexington Opera House for Thanksgiving Day matinee and night will be one of extraor dinary importance Viola Adams in Twelfth Nitht Miss Allen comes this season under her own management and has one of the most complete and magnificent Shakespearean productions ever seen in this country Her company is an excellent one and in her new venture si e las made the artistic success of her career n18 td For Madison Institute Representative Gilbert introduced several score of private pension and claim bills before the House of Representatives last week Among these WItS one authorizing the payment of 7300 to Madieon Institute on account of that property having been used as a hospital during the war Patrons and friends of this splendid institution will tagerly wait and earnestly hope that the bill may carry u Baptized at 102 Plder Joseph Ballon tells ns that sev eral years ago he baptized in Madison county Mr Anthony Urumell who was 102 years old He was assisted in the baptism by a grayheaded son of the old gentleman Mr Brumell died a year later He was with Gen Jack sons pack mule train in the war of 1812 and was a wonderfully well pre served man considering his advanced age and the hardships he had encoun tered S ta foTdJournal Ann is IS Perkins Warbeck ot Philadelphia- has given a solution of the age of Ann problem He is the man who started the trouble by having the problem published Mary is 24 years old Mary Js twice as old as Ann was when Mary was as old as Ann is now How old is Ann Mary Is 24 Mary is twice as old iis Anti va8jit 12 and when Ann was 12 Mary was the same age that Ann is nowMary is 24 When Ann was 12 Mary was Anns present age How old is Ann SIta80n that the time between 12 and Ann present age is the same us between Antis present age and 24 In other words as several solvers put It Since tjha time that Ann was 12 she has caught up to wherd Mary rw Bwiile Mary has skipped from thereto 24 Theii of course each is six years Older We have it Ann a 18 1J1C Removed The Central Kentucky Cigar Factory has removed from its old quarters to the rooms over Frasa Bros new gro cery on Main street This is an indus try of which Richmond is indeed proud and being managed most efficiently by that clever gentleman Mr Fred Mil her some of the best brands of cigars on the market are made right here in our own town Mr Miller will be pleased to see his friends in his new quarters and asks for the same hearty support in the luturo that he has en joyed in the past Long live the Cigar Factory A Forgery On last Tuesday Hattie Noland a colored girl of nineteen years was ar rested and placed in jail charged with forging Miss Sallie Walkers name to two checks each for six dollars The checks were on Messrs E V Elder and W D Oldham and fta soon as they were presented at the bank the forgery was yery apparent The girl who gave the checks had been In the employ of Miss Walker as housegirl for some time She is now awaiting hertrial and will no doubt have an opportunity to visit the penitentiary Waller 1 Succumbs The numerous Richmond people who have watched with keenest interest the racing career of Waller T the game little trotter belonging to Mr James B White were sadly shocked to hear of the serious illness and later the death of the famous equine in Nlcho lasville on Thursday last He was seized with pneumonia on his return from a phenomenonly successful racing tour and was unable to get further home than Nicholasville His loss will be a great one not onlv to his owner but to Madison county upon which his career reflects credit He had faced the flag a number of times this season and was victorious in ev tory event save two whica he lost through accident We greatly regret his loss and extend our hearty sympa thIns to Mr White MATRIMONIAL Last Thursday night at the home of the officiating minister Rev A J Tribble Mr R F Embry and Mrs Dora Parks both of this county were united in marriage BIRTHS CRATES Anna Bright Is the name of a little girl who arrived on last Thurs day night to make her home with Rev J W Crates and wife BOEN Another Democrat has been added to the already large ranks of Kentuckys sons He arrived reo celltlyat the liotneof Mr and rs Z M Boen of Kingston and tipped the scales at nine pouiiik THE SHOE STORE FOR MEN AND I BOYS Its an honest fact that our mens and boys footwear stock has grown to be the LARGEST in Madison county A great variety of styles and kinds enables every man to find the Boot and Shoe that exactly suits his fancyand our wide range ofsizes in every width and shapeof 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 BOOT All kinds of good Boots here Strong durable kip leather soft tough oil tanned stock extra oalf skin and other good tannage make up the and best lines of Leather Boots in thecounty Our C Bspecial 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 2503 350 and 4 And a very large stock of Felt and Rubber Boots of every desirable style and kind at low prices Let us save you money on Boots Biggest Boot stock in this town Our system of One Price to everybody every time on every thing means that you always get the lowest price and that without any jewing COYNGTON BANKS Painful Accident It was with deep regret that our peo le learned of the very painfulaccident khich befell Mr R A Woolums one light last week and which resulted in he serious burning of both hands During the day Mrs Woolums had pen using gasoline and water about Ieaning and left the suds when hrough in the slop pail on the back torch At night just belore retiring Jr Woolums stepped to the porch to zet a drink of water and as was his ustom lighted a match to see if any hing had fallen into the water throw- Ing the match in the pail The gaso line having risen to the top became ig died at once and blazed furiously to be ceiling In his endeavors to save he house from fire both hands were rery seriously burned Medical aid vas Buminoued and all that was possible was done to allay the agonizing paul Mr Woolums is the soliciting igent for the L A and is one of the most popular gentlemen in our city His numerous friends sympathize deeply with him but are happy to know that he fared no worse A Richmond Boys Success The career of no young roan who has left Richmond to make his way in the world has been watched with more in terest by his friends than that of John ShackelfordAfter from Central University he chose the railroad business as his profession He secured a posh tion with the L N railroad at Mont gomery Ala and commenced at the bottom His intelligent devotion to his dutieq procured for him advancement to more important places in the various branchte of the railroad service Abont a year ago ne was appointed one ot Ute assist ant baggage agents at the big passen ger station in St Louie In a short time there was a strike in his depart ment which he handled with great skill andability All the passenger traffic in St Louis is handled In one union station by a company known as the Terminal Rail road Association of St Louis This company already has the largest pas senger station in the United States and are now greatly increasing the capacity and efficiency of their force in prep aration for the Worlds Fair next year The news hits come to us that Mr Shackelford has just been appointed General Baggage Agent for the Terminal Association This is a very impor taiL position to fall to the lot of so young a man and is a good example of what push and ability will do With his many friends here and else where we congratulate him on his preferment with best wishes for his future success DEATHS GLOVES News has been received here of the death in Kansas City of Mr Peter Glover formerly of Mt Sterling Ky His death was due to typhoid fever Deceased leaves a wife and nine children His wife was Miss Nannie Deatherage sister to Messrs N B 8 D and Achilles Deatherage and Mrs Sallie Cornelisnn of this city CHILES Another of our mothers In Isreal hits passed to her eternal rest Mrs Amanda M Chiles died at the home of her daughter Mrs M Eo Johnson in Leavenworth early Monday morning November 2 For sometime aba had been afflicted with paraly sis anti was unconscious for a week before she died She was the oldest child of Solomon B Parke and was born in jEatill county Ky November 8 1880 She was therefore almost 73 years of age The only living children are Mrs M E Johnson and Mrs Colby Cowherd of Oklahoma City Morti more C Park and Elihu J Park oi Platte ity are brothers of the deceas ed She leaves a host ofsorrowing rela tives aljd friends in Platte county to all of whoiB we extead our sincerest sym pxthyPkMe City Mo Landmark 0IL LEATHER FELT RUBBER strongest For The Climax In Hymens Tender Toils Dr C B Dickgon a leading young dentist of Eastern Kentucky who con ducts a flourishing business in both Clay City and Jackson acd who is one of the best known and best liked men in this section of the State was united in marriage to Miss Grace Adams the daughter of W T Adams the jolly proprietor of Red River Hotel on Tuesday the loth inst The ceremony was performed the elegant ladies parlor of this popular hostelry Rev R A Irvin officiating The bride has long been a reigning belle of this city quite accomplished and a typical southern beauty Rev Irvin who tied the Hvmeneal cord is an elegant minister of the Southern Presbyterian church an old comrade in arms with the lamented Gen John H Morgan and a gifted son of Centre College Mr and Mrs Dison after an ex tended bridal tour in the East will return to Kentucky and make Jackson Breathitt county their permanent home They are secure in the love of a legion of friends who wish them a prosperous and sunny voyage on lifes mnymooded sea D W PERSONAL Mrs H C Jasper is visiting in At lanta and Chattanooga Mr and Mrs Bland Ballard of Dan ville were here last week visiting rela tivesDr J G Bosley left last Saturday for a trip to New York and Phil llel phiaMr Armer Parrish has returned home after spending the past two years inCaliforniaMrs P Azbill and son Har old of Winchester are glests of Mrs P B Broaddus Mr and Mrs W W Pigg arp entertaining Dr and Mrs W K Pigg of South McAllister I T Rev W H Dodge returned from Florida last week Mrs Dodge will be home the last ot this week Rev W A Eisenhart and tannly are at home from an eXended visit to relatives in Binghampton N Y Mr Malcolm Miller and family have rented the Stone Walker home on Lan caster Avenue and will shortly move theretoMr Mrs MIlo Shanks have re turned to Washington City after a most pleasant visit to Mr Shanks Lottie Davis was at home from Science Hill from Friday until Monday and had as her guest Miss Nannie Hunt PowellVoodford Sun Mr K L Gentry traveling salesman for F H Lawson iCo ot Cincinnati returned Thursday from a most profita ble trip through Ohio Messrs W T Barnes of Silver Creek and James Smith of Foxtown will leave tomorrow for Auburujale Fla to spend the winter The friends of Mr James Burnam and his estimable wife will be glad to know that they will soon lemove from i Silver Creek to this city to reside Dr W B Pigg and wife who have been visiting Mr and Mrs W W Pigg for the past week have returned to their borne in South McAllister I T Mrs George W Bsllew has gone to Atchison Kansas to see her daughter Mrs John M Price Jr who is ill with pneumonia She has a light attack and her numerous friends here will be glad to hear of her speedy recovery Judge RM Foree and wife of Sante Fe New Merico have been the charm ing guests ot Mr and Mrs J WZar lug at the Glyndon Judge Fore is a prospective candidate lor Senator from New Mexico when that Territory shall be annexed to the Uakm- tfr H C Jasper left last Saturday for Philadelphia wb r M will Bgwnd six weeks in the hospital taking a post graduate course Dr Jasper spent the winter of 93 and the fall of 95 there He will devote most of his time to surgery and the diseases of women A delightful function of Monday night was held at the handsome home of Mrs J W Bales on West Main street when she entertained in honor of Judge Hager of Ashland Mrs Sharpe of Lexington and Miss Mitchell of Newport Mrs Bales is one of Richmonds most charming hostesses and her entertainments are always de lightful in etery point oi detail and it goes without saying that Monday nights affair was up to the standard The following notice clipped from the Point Pleasant W Va Register will be of interest here where the persons named are so well known Mr I V Steenbergen left Tuesday for Wood landville near Columbia Mo where he recently purchased a farm He was accompanied by his daughter little Miss Sarah and by Mr and Mrs W K Denny who will continue to make their home with him Mrs Steenber gen and the younger daughter will join them later The Register wishes them continued happiness and great prosperity in their new home J Harvie McDowell of Richmond private secretary to the Supervising Architect of the Treasury returned from New York today where be met Mrs Jos J McDowell widow of J J McDowell of Richmond returning from Johannesburg South Africa on the Kaiser Wilhelm II Mrs McDowell will spend the winter in Washington High Top Shoes Very large assortment of High Tops as good as can be produced Our WalkOver Hunting Shoes defy cold and wet pairAnd quality 150 2 25O and up And plenty of other Heavy Shoes at 1 125 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 TopShoesupStrong with her husbands relatives at the Lenox but will go to Richmond in the spring to live On board the same steamer returning from South Africa were Mrs Alexander and Mrs Hau set of Louisville Washington Cur Louisville Times Mrs C E Smith entertained a few friends informally Wednesday evening at sixhand euchre in honor of her guest Miss Mollie Fife of Richmond Ky The home on North Broadway was prettily decorated with plants and Igameed Both prizes the first a large bunch of chrysanthemums and the lonehand two golf stick hat pius were won by Mrs Thomas Combs Mrs Smiths guests were Miss Fife Mrs Combs Mrs George Land Mrs James McFarland and Mrs Harry K McAdaras Lexington Herald The following wedding notice taken from Thursdays CourierJournal will be pleasant news here where the bride is well remembered Her father Dr Harvey Glass was for long years the beloved pastor of the First Presbyterian church here Miss Eliza Glass and Charles Hayes were married yet terdayat noon in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel the ceremony being performed by the brides brother the Rev Dr Gilbert Glass of Glasgow Miss Mary Glass a sister of the bride was present The wedding was a simple one with only a few intimate friends present After the ceremony the bride and bridegroom left for a short wedding tour after which they will return to Somerset to reside Mrs We Can Satify Your Wants Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes J In our Ladies and Childrens department we have no equals We can show you Lace or Button high heel 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 300 and 35O CHP AND SEE US- II Iprominent I is private secretary to the Superintendent I of the Somerset division of thi r f Queen and Crescent railroad headquarters in Somerset He haswithIceeded in the railroad business every promise of further Dr and Mrs G W Evans enteitain 1eveninMrs Alma Rogers of Rossville Ind Mr J Speed Smith of Washington City Mrs J M Benton of Winchester ansi Mrs Evans and Miss Curraleen Smith of this city Others who enjoy ed the occasion were Judge and Mrs J C Chenault Mrs Mary B Smith and Miss Maria Willie Smith Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr Mr Overtoil C 1tonthe gods was set before them The ta itgoodelegant dinner the remainder of the evening was most pleasantly passed iu music laughter and songs Mrs Smith is one of our most lovable ainVreepeereJ women auu this occasion in her life 1Iwere so as to enjoy her her sixtyninth anniversary In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department Our line ofHighcut Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the winter days that always have come and are sure to come again IN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglash- ave riosuperiorWe have sold these lines with more satis faction to our trade apd when once tried the satisfaction prompts you to buy another pair J RICE AND ARNOLD p I PROFESSIONAL OfiRDS I = ArrOnl1ErSJI MILLER 1It ATTOKHBYATLAW HiouiOHD KumiuKx Office a the Balaam Building next door to rme4 National Bank frbtly A SCTLLJV AN jJ ATTURKKYATIAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co opposite Court Hoiiee ou Main Street fJ O D ftuiiUNADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KBWTUCKY Office on Second street over Then nits grIPrY V R LETCHER AttIdeyF 111- f 11KLt 1Eo over 1I v II JACKSON ROBERTS rroRNi M olXSKIii LAWJOX l KKVTUCKY jui Hi ints oid law oFbc r r t PtY C41 S i GIBSON CIBSON l IAIV L117UR4IEOhR 1nTuc T nr Ho bstldiu MIti u I JASPJSR M D Itieinesnd Saaeuy tl48I Boildwc Main 1tt midum sM OlIn pscu Broadway t 111 KJWTOCKT EVANS l a- I VWGIAK LID UUS R KSJnVCJIY E 0 ance 118 IMrs L OVadce D 0 Ostcopathic Physiciaxiss Olleoll Ir furuiftlifd nil attptiegtion CQVSUTATIO FEE outhern Schoo of thepsb3 arorAL UGEZTt L ittte tOMtG DIIJIIIft or LODUTIUA t oe M zt dour to GKrrer- audKjr B t Officeho n tenlto4 lyV M Blantoo 33 DENTIST k 8etnet iifldig y TELEPHONE 1M D LANDMAN Hotel Gljodoo- WedBe i y Dwemher f HWS DyspepsiacreDIgeeb i ATTENTION U tare moved onr produce business from ihe J MI End of Main troet to the Garnett Houtte Htore room on Second street where we will be fflMi to wel come oar friends aitd fNrtrone We will continue to pay the inarketpricefo- rEggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce iic liS a call in our new jiiarters and we will t niivince you that we a ie the leaders in the Produce Business in Mulison county GOTT BROS I ItIOne MinvtteCougb Cure For coughs Colds aid Group louisie Atlantic KailrouL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LBAVB RICHMOND or and uie4arllIeFor Imnem 1Mam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom LoaliTille Lexington aud I UMam CiocinaaH sncr m Prom Inrfa 335 pm 0 M BROWNING Gen Mgr EyRAWo1a8ABlob tCy TO THOSE 4 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ftft ggggggggggggggggigl IWearArbacklc A SiuunoBs dearer A Bamtltog O Plnnel noJJohnttUpp Bortom Roberts J VTTemter J W Piewitt arreItrlj R cInod-Waco Red IJoese Valley Vtow BaMwiii Newby Ratbtoa PaiBtLifllc Wallaoeton BeTaS Ktrlrme Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glaeeoe Vo can do- what is right with regard to the tot wxt the GLASSES made to flU th prescription Onr t ek of Optical Good is go tarpF and complete that we can flU immediately all demand for clamm not of very nnomftl treiifttl Par these it will a little Imifrer time Repairs are- rolUlUyeXturtd T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Aruer old Und 80l ry L a W1imo T la LyINol CiBMMi sad Linn 1111 pm tonRxpreasorthbound 155 pBi No 4 CIUUSLI and Living 545 a ton Bzprem north 3M am UrincillQCpm ll 5pm- Mo 10 StaBfotd and Man Tflle ccM north beend 689 a m Ko II Stanlord and May 73B p m vilto Aocm souta bound HowIa8d lS a m Stant STORKTIME to most women is a term of anxiety serious thought and sweet anticipation painnecessary there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERS FRIEND does diminish the pain accompanying maternity With its aid moth js can an- do bring health sweet dispositioned and ideal babies into the world Morning sickness sore breasts and ex graduallyexpanding penetrating and relaxing liniment Among the manifold aids to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among rich women as well as poor it is found and welcomed Jn the mansion as well as in the cabin Bv lessening the mothers aon of mind saildiminishing pain a beautiful influence is wrought upon the child and instead of youlnecountryAllVrile for our tae Hook MotherhoodIHE 8KAOFIELD REGULATOR AllanU ua u LIB BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hairs Etc Corner Main and B Streets aprtOIyrPhone 85 = FLOURVVh re are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she sail What kiud of flour my pretty maid Why KUistou Patent of course kind sir she said Thn Ill gO with you my pretty maid Youll niVfr repent it sir she said And 1flfvtI ltltouted mall his life For he took Elli tm Patent Flour home to his wife MJ- LElliston ET Company Phone J663 WACO 1 KY t Wool Carding In Season i ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 1903 Proportionately Low Rates from Other Points r Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas iL Indian For Folder and descriptive matter the Springs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address- F W D P Ky I Low Rates West A bright future awaits you in the wonderful west Free lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home We want you to see for yourselfand learn from the home owners builders the chance there is for you 4 Great Northern Railway MThe following rates will be effect 5th to November 30th FROM SAINT PAUL To Great Falls Montana I III To Kalispell Montanj j IIIS Washington Washington Everett and Seattle North III Pacific Coast Point Address any agent of thexGreat Northern RyTor MAX BASS FIWHITNEY1 General Immigration Agent GeaI Pass and Ticket Agent 220 S Clark St cagol11 SAINT PAUL MINN The Ball Bearing Densmore Only absolutely ball bearing type writer ever offered See it betore or iluring or buying any other machine Only standard marbine with pointer that points and equipped with back pacer 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 Densmore Typewriter Co J23 W Fourth st Cincinnati 0 JOS R4 POWER rAck Box 282 Fayette Phone 1715 LEXINGTON KY Stops tho Cough loud Works o2 tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tr lets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Prine 25 cents s ED si Entitle Qui Hair ineIis always efficacious U is a positive dandruff cure It will keep a S good set of hair from filling out and will l render beautiful treses all the more luxuriant I 1and glossy 125000 j bottles told in one month in the United 8 oz bottle 100 Ed Pinauds American u1I Proverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs naturallybecause and the remedy takes just as to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants F and pale and thin hildren Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment youthesample free luthe11Emuhiou SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409J arl SoLN Y WItIO aUtkIi J IRoundtrip on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas ITerritory Oklahoma and Texas of through HARLOW A- Louisville andhome On the low in September WahoEi1da1I PINAUDS Stat- es4oxbottle5Oc naturally rallweak rto OO IIII 2250 III 2500 111 The Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkill Proprietor calls your at tention to his spring stock of carryalls surries buggies etc They have nev er shown a larger stock or better styles Also builders of delivery wagons of all kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty best work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDRIFF Prop 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 canbe cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Mass is one of many whose life was saved by Dr Kings New Dis coverv This great remedy is guaran teed for all Throat and Lung diseases by all druggists Price SOc and SI Trial bottles free 1m Flower Pots For Sale All sizes flower pots at Racket Store Call us up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you an estimate of cost to put it h good order for the coming season We do good work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered When promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur rys buggies etc before buying Richmond Carriage Works if 8 L MIDKIFF Prop A Good Name ythatunequalled as a liver pill They are rightly named because they give strength and energy and do their work with eastV T Easton Boerne usingtheseall others because they are so pleasant and effectual They cure biliousness torpid liver jaundice sick headache constipation etc They da not purge und weaken but cleanse and strengthen Sold by E C Wines lm For Sale One 33 yearom saddle and harness mare Will take corn and hay m G W GATES Kollce I have for sale about 250 acres of good land located near Big Hill this county About fifty acres ef this bind is being cultivated and the balance is in coal and timber The coal mine which is known as the Norman mine is opened up and is in firstclass condition 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 Big Hill Ky I have also another farm of about 500 acres for sale this land is also well improved 200 acres of which is used propertyIsfine stock farm could not secure better property jun 3Gino Not a Sick Day Since I was taken severely sick with Iml- ney trouble I tried all sorts of II tidayters and determined to try that Atlas taking a lew doses I felt relievi a soon thereafter was entirely cun u WK ZtbLbornKidneytroublesis what n F lines of Fremont N C writes Only SOc at all druggists lm We have never shown a larger stock of Carryalls Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we row Lave on display in our show room It will pay you to nxamino them before buying We ilto do repairing and rejoining in best mnners at moderate prices Due beet rubber tire applycd and guaranteed for one year Call and see Richmond Carriage tf L M WorkI Sheriffs Sale FOR TAXESI WILL ON Monday Dec 7 J903 In front of 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- qUIred by law Trusting you may be able to settle before day of sale I am very respectfully H H QOLYER Ex SM c White List feMulfinger0 H Harrison n r 3 lots in Oil lingham Ad in block 13lot 13 lot 17 in block 9 lot 24 in block 9 4900 Colored List Arthur Mitchell Lyndon ave 4 60 Black Jas Sr Miller Alley 4 25 Breck Burgoyne inttreet 44 95 Durham John C nrBSt 11 35 Burgle Mattha hrs lull St 22 40 Burton Steve L A R R 4 30 Henna Charles Elm St 2 50 Campbell E W M E Elm St 7 50 Campbell Mat Jr Bat 8 80 Chenault Tobe Hill St 4 80 Chenault Emily 8 30 Cm tcher George Hill St 6 20 Embry Julia B St 4 30 Embry Maria B St 2 65 Etill Tena Race St 2 65 Fisher Easter n r Letcher St 4 25 Fife Sarah Hill St 4 00 File Mary E Irvine St 4 30 Francis Edward Irvine St 555 Hill Nathan Letcher St 14 70 Irvine Mariah First St 11 85 Lindsey Rev I F n r Miller Alley 8 70 Mathews Nannie Francis St 8 05 Monday Win Race St 3 75 Phelps Jennie Irvine St 15 40 Phelps Zena Steep St 9 65 prks Dudley Irvine St 5 471 Rhodes Levinia hrs Irvine St 7 30 751SchoolerStone Minerva Hill St 7 10 Terrill Nannie Hill St 4 30 Tomblin Henry Miller Alley 9 90 Tribhle John II r Irvine St 20 05 Tribble Pleas Letcher St 5 20 Turner Wm Jacks Ureek 8 20 Turner Daniel Letcher St 14 55 Tye James Dillingham Ad 4 25 White James Sr Irvine St 14 05 Willie Lizzie B St 12 55 Wlngfield Dow Hill St 11 Jo Win field Millie Irvine St 23 55 Walker Robt LetcherSt 13 10 Walker Thos hrs Irvine St 7 70 Washington Nancy hrs Irvine st 4 30 Wells Joe B St 485 White Win Dillingham Ad 8 80 White Rose Dillinghara Ad 3 55 White Nards Irvine St 15 45 For Silt One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost tOO Will sdl for 5 100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES Hives are a terrible torment to the little folks and to some older ouee Easily cured Doans Ointment never ails Instant relief permanent cure At any drug store 50 cents lin Estray Shoals Six shoats weighing 65 or 70 pounds carne to my place abont one month ago Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges David Hudson 28 3t Newby Ky Energy all gone Headaches Stomach out of order Simply a case of torpid liver Burdock Blood Bittern youisaAuctlonter My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the State Bank Trust Company or by writing T IX CIIENADLT Telephone 89 ring 4 mb18 tf Terrill tty RunawayTerminated leg of J B Oner Franklin Grove III It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding yearsThenIts just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all drug stores 1m Two mil lions If Londons inhabitants ever go to church No matter how long you have had the cough if it hasnt already developed into consumption Dr Woods Nor way Pine Syrup will cure it 1m Eighty five per cent of the children ot Japan are in school yearbythe house jtiHt when it Is needed Cures croup heals burns cuts wounds of every srt Ira The Bodlein Library at Oxford is just three centuries old It IK the largest university library in tjn world Notice to Creditors All patties having claims against the estate of SaUIe A Klndr d decease see requested file same with the nndenlgnrd properly veri lIed as required by law on or before February 190i 01 Fame will be barred All parties owing said Bailie A Kindred are requested to call and settle Ht once A O BARNES 4nolv Adm Sallie A Kindred Ayers AyersHairyour gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigorfallin- gofthehairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so IttookYurUalrlLNA M IIOUOAK Itocltlnghani N C coAllor adingI- iztir1iiii HC A TEXAS WONDER r HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis very cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of e kidneys and bladder in both mend womeQ regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug gut will be sent by mail on seceipt of SI One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any case above- mentioned DrB W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 62981 Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K READ THIS Richmond Kr Feb 9 1902 Dr EW Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Dlscov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed J60 pounds when Ibegan using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I el better than I have in twenty years d I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonNA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it I KingsNew For CON8UMPTIONDUG IACure Perfect Price SOcSUO For All Throat and ILung Troubles I Money back if it fail Trial Bottles freeI Viola Allen in Twelfth Night at the Lexington Opera House November 2- 6MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Lila and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the ftynlal constituents of PRIME BEEF and PURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky January MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ky- Gnt1emenHaving examined your Meat and Malt thoroughly acquainted with composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it U an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and inrigorates digestion and beneficial in nervous prostration and all diica attended withdcbility Yours L D KASTENBINE M D Louisville College of Pharmacy MEAT MALT CO Louisville Ie For Sqip HvE L Middelton For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad PrintingCo iA twostory frame residence contain 6 rooms and two halls in Rich Ky Lot 40ilSO feet small Price 1000 less than cost twostory frame residence on one the nicest resident streets In Rich Has all necessary outbuild A great bargain for anyone de a nice nice residences near Main street only three squares from court A more desirable location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a bar twostory frame residence on street Building in good re Price Sf00 120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 good town lot on good street 40z feet Price Stl producingfarmbarn and other ontbnild Price 4200 farm containing shout 130 acres residence barn and other im fine locality Price containing 100 acres well but with no other improve Can be bought in connection No 8 Price 1600 wellImproved Good cottage In firstclass condition clsterd etc Price 500 Inbeatpartofll necessary out buildings A bar ain at 1000 Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3001 Good lot suitable for busIness house can be bought cheap InMadlsonoutbuildIngsvenient Situated on pike A four room cottage and seven acres twoInbuildingsviiithriving village where churches and schools are convenient Price fVM InUchmond cityLotA residence In good neighborhood Lot liOxloO feet Price2aldelrIngconstructed buildings In Richmond well 2200 neighborbond straetcnnlntnlngfanr punchasedpaintresidence An ideal cottage of five rooms ronlbulldlnpIIIoludlng Pnlco1nx WllIell paiotresldoOi contaiiilngreIiienceportionand all other out bnildIngB A great bargain for anyone desiring a nlre borne elgbtmil ndIsothiReceqo r Li I am terribly bothered about making my will Thanksg i v In g Day is near Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY Arbuckle and Simmons +CALL AT ++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Qeoulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssssPhone 3 Second St WeaK HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple Indigos ofhearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken Into the stomach andIHeart This Interferes with the action of thatdelicatestomachtrouble fCNrIDODthKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only tJ1alsizePrepared by EO DeWITT OOOHIOAQO For sale bylPerry 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 usc modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles t a ca Mat St Rcmot Y JkSALES eooo A DAY IWatcoes which sells ct the lowest price carries the strong est guarantre and has a larger talc than all other watches Perf ct in accuracy sIZe and style other lfWfJI 1Z91IDlackDraught thebeatlengthofalways ready to snake a person well Jacl18OnWe Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the invigorateened kidneys No DOCTOR whereThedforda thecountry healthforyears ThedforFgBlackDraught andieverta constipation colic ailmentbecause COntrol THCDFORDS DLAUtDRAUGHT 0 n J I dont caro a bit am happy I shall be roasted in the oven oCaOrpatM- ltjestfc Range FIREFIRE We have just received from R J COt of Boston a line of Ladies Missest Childrens and Mens SnOESthat was slightly damaged in their big fire which we put on sale at 12 Price for 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 Clothing and Heavy Underwear for ten days only deYours for Bargains The Globe Store 208 Main Street formerly occupied by John G Taylor sour C 4tf ivtERECT CORSETS 1 rirccisemodels fForm can secure pet fect ease double as mushr ttand an absolutely exact fit There are over flv ff r n stylI s The Erect Form follows your owti contourIt 00 nt totheootIv Ereot Ferm 959 Imprond for ertle lic 200 j flguriv I isoErect Form 952 Pci stout tilorurtS Longver VI abdomen and hips 0 1Erect Form 968 Forut fiMl tvvt ErtVorm9JQ For mudain ia rtV batiSte le973 t Vi k CS Newest Erect Terra jtqsz VMb honI9prOrarmodrlort1Jen izidjMgs J 1 5tylo7sgAt 1 1 JNa NlhtMmatlsV4 I Curedof Piles After 40 Years MO 3t 3pneva 0 had allddollarsDeWittc with TSUf1 Salve rnrpdhim permanet 1talns1RtMnttonl1zpma DoVjttcheap wcft1iI Vgt4lItTSeitSoW b7Q 1 lit J i 3 I as INow iathti time to look over yniir innptrfortho andtinploelsPThprpCtinllflf have on hand a comj ie Daefpf npt i1aOOIlt LIfp h Ii