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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r iJ I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX === I VOLUME 30RICBMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1904 NUMBER 50 111 I PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST 7F75 Highest Quality floods i 71 mF7F ffi Lackey andI Uamilton I 0 e 7 2Q Q 2 22 i2 MF 4cv v are our of in W 2 g eW zr in M z W etc all are some very for the sea son at from 5c per yard up of the th i 11 I at all le- I yd up t7 our to be in rens 10 12 Ft F c 7I rt e The of is at ffi You have advantage flh ready with showing New Spring Goods every lined lfiJ The latest things Dress Goods Novelty Suitings Plain and Fancy Waist ings Ginghams Percales grades and prices 4We ready Lawns showing prices Large line newest Braidoand Medallions Em broideries Ribbons find prices front + per We have just received New Spring Hosiery The + best values had + ladies Misses and child + plain fancy ribbed lace and stripped Hosiery + nt8i 1520 25c habit buying good goods cultivated by trading 4 Cash Store + the most We coming1 Laces Carpet and Lace Cur lOur tain Department iwith bargains Carpets yd and up Mattings lOc and up Rugs OSe 125 S150 S2and UD LACE CURTAINS pair 11Cottage Poles complete for 10 cts The largest line of Trunks Suit- Cases Telescopes and Valises shown in the city Trunks 1O and up a nice 24inch Suit Case at 125 Tele scopes and Valises all prices 71= We have secured some of the best factory lines of SHOES to be had 7F Style the latest quality the highest V I 7Alowestfor men at 350 to S5 arc the best ever shown in the city Try one pair and you will always wear them I Clothing and youths is immense Our prices 2Iwill surprise you Metis nobby suits made of wearing materials at 498 Better goods at just as rea sonable Suits made to order and fit guaranteed i 7Fiv j e Our prices are the lowest that can be made on all 1r qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look A look means the purchase of a bargain for you Motto is to Please cOur Very Respectfully lACKEY AND 1 7 f f rV rR 7f 7 i 7 Jf 7ir717 Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their homes withnew L rA oOL4 Etc fII 1a- mI now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea soiable prices Outside and Inside Painting Papering VarnishingL Etc Ii Orders left at B L Middeltons will be promptlyattended- to I f f I a lOUE1CREOTROIITE SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN 0CINCINNATI KTVOXVIUUB CUATTAri000A CHARLESTON ATLANTA BPRMINGHAM JACKSONVILLE SHREVEpORT NEW p and TEXAS POINTS FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS Geo E Clarke T P A 89 E Main Street Lexington WAGorrett WC Rlnearson General Manager General Passenger Agent J VeryLowest 1- ricesP theHustling price7p 48c per C 71Clothing prices very HAMilTON P4t9Ptigir MILLER SAVANNAH ORLEANS CINCINNATI A Sure Thing exepbai1iDiscveryforlung and throat troubles Thousand rail testify to that Mrs C B VanMe trp of Slippherdtown W Va says 1 had a severe case of Bronchitis and for a vear tried everything I heard of hut trot no relief One bottle ef Dr Kiim New Dici vory then cured me ahfo CroupVhnopingConnnmptiou Try it Its guaranteed by R C StoctonDrusrcist Trial btties free Reg sizes 5Oc 1OO 1m Sensational Discovery There hns been discovered within miles of Stanford what has been pr nounced by marble dealers in four cities as fine black manila asevercairo out of the earth Several pieces of it have been dresseland it shows up bantifully A stock company with SoOoOO capital is being organized and everything necessary to have the pro duct on the market within the next 90 liiyi io being done This ma hie wa discovered tlroJch tho class in jyenliijsv of the Stanford Graded School It is near the entrance to HII immense cavern adjoItiintThosesy that thnre are many million dollar worth of the marble enoaeed in the earth thereabout Till samo two men who from the Graded Sohonl geolocical specimen located this rich marble minI have everything ready to show where a rich lead mine near Stanford is bent ed and only held from doing en tw the adjoiningItlease his Innd The mail i wide open however for the marble fields now and there js every iniii inn that Lincoln will he cnnQileed within the next 12 months one f the most progressive nnl proRO ronn ronnfiea in Kentnckv The Calvert MISS WILLIE K HOOKER rnoPitxrrinss Rates 400 per Day Ppooial Rotes to Jjarjre PartIes san FINNEY AVENUK ST LOUIS MOay 1 1 THE SERVIAN CROWN AMERICAN FARMER DECLARED TO BE RIGHTFUL WEARER Interesting Story of Claim of John BoYD of Minnesota to the Most Dangerous Throne in Europe The announcement that the king of Servla would like to abdicate has revived the story of the American heir to the throne in the person ot John Boyn a Minnesota farmer whose father August Boyn was said to be an heir to the throne of that country and who it Is claimed died in that country many years ago by the hand of an assassin- A writer in the St James Gazette In discussing the rumors that King Peter would like to lot go because he is disappointed with his people says the world contains a lot of pretenders to the throne who do not really pretend be cause they prefer to keep off that dan gerous elevation The most Interesting of these pretenders says the writer is the Minnesota farmer John Boyn Vonhauser believed to be descended throughIThe mother of John Boyn lives In a modest little cottage among the ever greens and jack pines near Rum river- a few miles from Princeton Minn She is 84 years old but for one of her age Is apparently hale and hearty Small of stature and with her shrunken form bent with Infirmities of age she still shows that she was In her youth a comely woman for one of her race and had Dame Fortune made her queen of Servia she would have graced the throne of that country of social and political volcanoes with as much dignity as many of the happy and unhappy rulers of Eu ropeShe did not know much about her husbands kingly Inheritance which it has been claimed he went to Servla to seek He told his folks he had a large inheri tance awaiting him In Servla and decided to go over to that country in 1887 and secure the wealth His wife and children begged him not to leave them but he promised to return soon with money enough to make them all rich He had no Idea of attempting to regain his royal rights other than a portion of the fortune which was due him He wrote his wife from Belgrade after his arrival In a few weeks she received word through the American con sul that her husband was dead Sub sequent events proved that he had been of Princeton well remember Boyn He had a common school education and was by trade a cabinet maker The farm his wife now occupies was preempted by him The son of old John Boyn who is the writer in the St James Gazette asserts is more nearly the direct heir to the throne than all other pretenders lives a short distance from Princeton and near the home of his mother Though he stoutly maintains his heirshlp to the throne now held by Peter Karageorgevitch he is not worrying over the situation The grandfather when a mere child was rescued during an invasion of the Turks by being carried by his nurse into a field and hidden he being the only member of the family to escape The child was taken to Saxony where he Was brought up and In time married and raised a family August Johns father being the only son It appears that the Turks wiped out the royal fam ily from which the Boyns descended and Johns grandfather preferred to remain In peace in Saxony rather than try sit ting on the insecure throne of his native countryThe nurse who rescued the grand father also carried with her the family Bible and records and when the chjld grew up he received the family record which In time went to August who kept It inviolate When he returned to Servia he took tile Bible with him but the Book and all the records were lost as they disappeared when he died In Belgrade MISERS MONEY MILDEWS Eccentric Pennsylvania Hides Notes in Damp PlaceSent to Wash ington to Be Replaced So securely did Abram Westbrook an eccentric miser of Faswtt Pa hide away his savings that it has been nec essary to send the old bank bills to the treasury department at Washington to have them redeemed as they were worthless for passage when discovered Westbrook who was recognized as one of the strangest and most eccentric men of his section was recently found dead in bed In his old home Although the old man was In apparent poverty it was for years believed that he had some money secreted the hiding of which he would not divulge In vain did his friends endeavor to induce him to tell what he had done with a quan tity he was known to have possessed Finally when Westbrook was taken sick he answered the inquiry as to where his funds were by directing his questioners to a place In the cellar wall where 700 In bills were found They had been so long hidden as to become one compact mass and were dampnesshadwas impossible to straighten them out and separate them and they were sent to Washington after the old mans death for redemption Microbes on the Bun The health authorities of New York will not allow dairymen to wear beards owing to the danger of affording a hirsute harbor for microbes Whiskers are doomed remarks the At lanta Constitution Home From Korea A cablegram was received by Mr Henry Bell Tuesday announcing the arrival of his son Rev Eugene Bell at Vancouvers Island B Con his wry home from Korea tothe United Strtes He expected to react Shttlbyville about May 12 Ituv Bell also Announced his approaching marriage to Mi s En of Norfolk Va He and his bride will whenImany friends here lie attended old Central University in this citv His first wIre was Miss Charlotte Wither epoon daimhter of Rev T D Wither npoon for several years pastor of the First PrenLyterlan hnrch and profess or tif Theology at the same time Covhigton Arnold Bro want your wool They will pay the highest market price for it20atth r i n THOMPSONS SURPRISE Ohio Couple Calls on Him and Informs Him of Their Marriage Covington Ky April 29James F Thompson the Scott street newsdeal er had the pleasure Thursday of greet ing a friend he had not seen for a long time I L Ronshelm of Middletown Jim noticed that his friend seemed uneasy and thought he would take him over to his home for dinner ThompIan tempt to Introduce his friend but Ronshcjm was too quick for him and held a marriage certificate before Jim to read Mr Ronshelm and Miss Pabst had been married a brief half hour bp tore by Rev J I Blackburn Thompson bought the cigars Ronsheim is a prominent business man and a leading member of the Elks in Middletown SETTLED AT LAST A Case That Has Been In the Courts For Fourteen Years Cairo HI April 29Judge W Clark of Smlthland Ky sitting as a special judge in the case of J C Du poystervs the Fort Jefferson Improve ment Co at Vicklitfe Ky affirmed the commissioners report dividing the land and ordering onehalf of a large tract of land at Fort Jefferson sold to pay the judgment in favor of the im provement company amounting to about 17000 This case has been In the Kentucky courts for 14 years and In the court of appeals four times The Fort Jefferson Improvement Co was organized to lay off and build a city at Fort Jefferson Ky about 13 years ago but became involved over the title to the land JAMES ELLIS ARRESTED He Is Charged With Being Responsible For Death of Wife and Babe Frankfort Ky April 29James El- Us 40 was arrested Thursday on the charge of being responsible for the death of his wife and infant child It preIthe giving of proper medical attention to his wife and that before she died Ellis tried to induce her to sign a deed to her property Mrs Ellis was the daughter of Lewis Mitchell a well to do farmer Died on His Way to School Covington Ky April 29Shortly convulsionsIthe efforts of physicians who worked to save his life The lad with corn rades was on his way to school when suddenly he fell to the sidewalk Capt W O Williams Dead Louisville Ky April 29Capt W O Williams aged 74 a steamboat painter who was one of the masonic volunteers to nurse stricken brothers during the cholera epidemic in Cincin natl during the fifties died Thursday He married Miss Sarah Hammond a niece of one of his patients Armour in Kentucky Lexington Ky April 29 Among the industrial and commercial possibil ities of this city is the reported con struction of a mammoth meat packing establishment which is to be used as a distributing center for Kentucky and southern points by the Armour Pack Ing Co Mayor Advises Annexation Newport Ky April 29At the meet Ing of the board of aldermen In this city Thursday night Mayor August Helmbold sent In a resolution provid ing for the annexation of the cities of Dayton and Bellevue to Newport The resolution was passed unanimously Leaves For New Field Newport Ky April 29Rev Joseph Luccock for several years pastor of Grace M E church this city who ten dered his resignation as such a short time ago left Friday for Milwaukee where he will assume charge of As bury church In that city Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky April 29Burley continues firm but showed no further advance Thursday The offerings rhursday were 505 hhds of which 2iI hhda were burley and 244 hhds dark Burley sold from 710 to 2450 Dark ranged from 350 to 770 Distillers Deny It Louisville Ky April 29That the distillers of Kentucky do not contemplate war upon the wholesale dealers is stated In letters received by mem bers of the Kentucky Distillers association from the executive committee of that organization Dead Baby Found on Dump Newport Ky April 29W A Mil ler while picking over the dump at the foot of Moss street jabbed his pick Into the body of a male infant that had apparently been born but a few hours prior as rigor mortis had not yet stt In Frankfort Is Growing Frankfort Ky April 29The e n lus taken under the direction of the city council completed Thursday shows 10090 In 1900 It was 9487 QuarrelIGeorre Matthews killed Green Henderson In i quarrel over a young woman and fled to the mountains During 1903 3900000 days were lost an account of strikes etc Made Young Again One of Dr logs New Life Pillc rltlh night tor two weeks hail put me in mv teens again writes D II Turner of Dempsflvtoun Pa There the best in the for Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe DrugStoret LUnj about your aie wont prolong your life Quick Arrest J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twine in tliu hosiital from a severe case of piles causing 24 tumors After doe tots and all remcdlrx failed BuclUeds Aroma nlve quickly arrested further iuflamation end cured him It con quers aches and kills pain 25c at It U Stockton Druggist Irn Call on S K Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance 9n 2m See E Deatheraga before selling your wool tl CeDIS Eight cents a pound is what a young woman paid tor twelve pounds of flesh She was thin and weakand paid one dollar for a bottle of Scotts Emulsion and by tak ing regular doses had gained twelve pounds in weight before the bottle was finished Eight cents a pound is cheap for such valuable material Some pay more some less some get nothing for their money You get your moneys worthwhen you buy Scotts Emulsion We will send you a little freeSCOTT BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street New York Soc andiooa11 druggists KENTUCKY FLASHES ICHARGE OF CONTEMPT Judges of Fiscal Court May Be Set to Jail By Judge Cant rill Frankfort Ky April 27It seems probable that Circuit Judge Cant rill may order the Frankfort fiscal court members to Jail for contempt At a former term Judge Cantrlll ordered the fiscal court to pay Clarence Walker 650 for stenographic work in the last Jim Howard trial The fiscal court re fused to pay and Tuesday a rule was Issued against the members of the court to show cause why they had dis obeyed the circuit Judges order They filed a response that Walker was not the official stenographer of the court and therefore not entitled to pay The sufficiency of the response will be argued Wednesday and if it is held insufficient then another response will be filed stating that Walker has already been paid for his work out of the Goebel reward fund The outcome Is being watched with lively interest as many believe the magistrates may be ordered to jail The attorneys for James Howard were allowed 30 days by the court of appeals Tuesday to file a petition for rehearing TO BOOM GINSENG The Kentucky Nursery Has Been Optioned to J P McCoy Somerset Ky April 27The Kentucky ginseng nursery owned by J W opUonedtowith American headquarters at Chi cago and a stock company with a cap ital of 2 0000 will be organized at once with Mr Soars as manager The pew company will establish offices and experimental gardens here will launch a ginseng publication and In many otti jer ways push the industry In this county to tho forefront in America Big Damage Suits Transferred Owingsvllle Ky April 27The damage suits aggregating 60000 brought by the citizens of Mt Sterling against the Mt Sterling Water Light and Ice Co because the water pres sure was not strong enough to successfully tight the big fire on Decem ber 31 1903 In which two men were killed and a large amount of property destroyed hare been transferred to the Bath circuit court for trial Smoke Is Obnoxious Frankfurt Ky April 27A called meeting of the capital building com mittee was held and a resolution was adopted Inviting the Frankfort board of council and proprietors of Miles mill to mft with them with a view to taking ai ion in regard to the smoke from the mill which le obnoxious to state offio re WII Vote For Bradley Covinpt n Ky April 27Jfhe Ken ton county delegation to the state republican convention In Louisville net week will vote for former Gov W O Bradley for one of Kentuckys big four to the republican national convention unless present plans go awry Carpenters Will Strike LouIsriKe Ky April 27All the numIherlngfor a cIO d shop and eight hours with pay for nine The cabinet makers job printers end bricklayers have been on strike for several weeks Summer School For Teachers Lexington Ky April 27The state summer school for teachers which was so popular last year will open at State college Juno and continue six weeks Irof Milford White of tho normal department will be in chargo of the school Boiler Explosion Kills TwoIMt Storing Ky April 27The ex plosion of a steam boiler at the mill of Will N Caudell in Johnson county badly damaged tho building M N Woodward and Charles Trltchett who were at work in tho mill were fatally burned She Is Heir to a Big Estate Bowling Green Ky April i7lrs-F O Harrison wife at the local manager of the East Tennessee Telephone Co In said to be one of the heirs to an estate in Baltimore valued at 8000 009 It came through the Dismukea SateIRussellville Ky April 27 Robert G HardiFon jr of Lewisbur Logan county is a candidate for democratic elector for the Third congressional dla trict and not a candidate for congress as has been erroneously stated The Bank Cases Continued Hender on Ky April 27Tho suit against the banks of this city on tbeli deposits brought by Revenue Agent Lucts were continued by agreement pending the teat case in the Louisville circuit court Lljhtnlng Kills a Boy Frankfort Ky April 27JessDowney about 14 years old was struck by lightning during a thunderstorm In this city Tuesday afternoon The boy hosV taken shelter under Im j I Y J t I I Our Newtyls be is to S a In can or are by Dr are sure C D to Particular People Who Well is a of small He that it to neat and4sstylish cud he he r pay I chant He ago br and buyIa ScbloMMade larly of fill jlTheyreStartsAt II ilawes Hatsnd upiodae oar ee the are prwttie the ever hi and th StrawI I areIWe are showing a now line of Hulls Hand Rags Buttons and all kimk of If yon for something out or the ordinary you can find it in any tock of small wares end notion Our Lttilifs Wear epurtttient is choih full new Tailor made Skirts TaiUMMnade SuitsISilk Silk Coats Silk skirts Walking Suits New Shirt Waitt Suits etc It dont pay to hare these garment made for you can huy dtte stylili paimenta ready for lean than the material costs you not made Get our cash prices on alt readyto wear garments Try a Pair ourHLa France Ladies Shoes We Will the Dizer and the Kneelnnd CaroM Shoes for men boys sad yoHtbs These are only shoes sold under a written guarantee they will aot crack 8ee the new styles I gtthe best save money of every purchase Our Entire Basement and we have what you want and I neat Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing lieach which will now offered at S50 each This an oppor tunity secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works aOrotf L MidkifT Prop Our clothing have grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler India but one person out of 20 read write Working Overtime Eight hour laws ignored those tireless little Kings New Life Pills Millions always at work niiiht and day curing Indigestion HiliousneeJ Constipation Iick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe Only 25c at It Stocktons drue store 1m than to W Oldham Co Outfitters Man Dresses often men salary knows is for him appear realixes that cannot afford to the high prices charged by the user tailor has long solved the cost coming here ing Suit IZOO ilnew styles in IMMM shown price tawet Novell looking Readyto of Waists and upto made money of Patent the patent leather that and workers devoted to Carpets Xattings Lam Curtains Rugs I F Drogfreta OH Shades aad ibmasfarnishinir Goods IWe carry the largest stock we Make the lowest prices i t l IOurW D eo 6r 3 t Big Ml Coal Co d ORLANDO KY Shippers of CoaliM 4 4+ +4 ++ + +4++ + + + + + ++ + +++++ ++ it t Guaranteed to last alt night in ordinary I J 3 grate without any attention fr + + +++ I rr Ic 2 c rrll 1 I4S= = 4ders2 ceiving the prettiest line of Spring Goods ever c placedon our counters andour irprices for this season are lust asilow as ever8 Our Motto isI UNDERBUY c and UNDERSELLc t RGl2orsets Better Ever TheYoung LaFranco OLDHAM TMdALICA1XLbUE n You can rest assured your dollar if invested here buys better and more value that Is obtainable elsewhere Our customers must not take it for granted that 4 everything in Cotton Goods has gone up because other houses say so for if you will get our prices in this department you will find them pra9tlcallyIthe same ojd onus as we bought long before the unsettled state of the market We will sell you India Lines at 5 71 81 10 121 15 18 20 and 25e per yard Sec our nice Voile Melange at 15c per yard do nbt fall to purchase a suit of this goods We want to ask you o inspect our stock of Whlto Goods before 1t purchasing and let us place before you our pretty Sheer White India Linen it Wblte Victoria and Persian Lawn Nainsooks and DImities and a beautiful line of White Madras The itbove goods are worth moro money but owing to It = large purchase before the advance we are enabled to soil thorn at money sav lrg prices to every purchasor Wo will sell Ginghams at ij7t 81 alllll0c per yard Draperies 81 10 und 121e up to 35o per yard 1 = In Our Glothing Department we have a larger stock to select from than ever fhe nea dtesser will ttrarify his wants wbeu ours Ills eye rests upon our mammoth stock of ClothinL London JI- 1 fashions and the prices will actually surprise you when yon find such good values at such low prices Mens Suits from 350 up to S1250 Bovs Suits horn 9Sc up to 375 When you purchase a Suit let us put in a John B Stetson Hat for only S3 76 Shoes Our Shoe Bargains are great fens and La 4 dies Shoes from 89c up to J4 Notion Hardware Files 35 and 8c Tacks le box 6 Spoons 4c 6 Table Spoons Oc Hair Brushes 10 to 35c Curling Irons 3 4 and 6c Machine Oil Cans Ct4iachlne Oil So Picture Hooks Be doz uover Egg Beaters Shaving Brushes 5 and lOc Metallic ell 10 and IRo Rubber Rings 5c Rubber Toys 6 to Soc Toy Hatchets Be Padlocks 5 10 and lfit BxG Shelf BrackMs 10c 10tl2 Shelf Brackets 25c Fish Hooks lc doz26lb Spring Balances 7c Pools Cottage Barometer The beautiful assortment of Jardlnerea at 252931 39 and 40c Brass Head Sruh ray Mouse Traps 3c Notions Pins li Needles lc Tape lc Kid Curlers 345SIIp npd Sc Memorandum Boobl 3 5 8 aud lOc Day Books Be up Ledgers and Journals heavy hound loather tipped 200 paces 75e Dolls 1 5 antI lOc Lead Pencils Be Decorated Crepe Paper Me Paper f ee Boxes 0 and 15e SO sheets Paper 5c 50 Envelopes Sc Window Shades S to 25c Umnd ras Won nZ der Soap 4cTrunkl 125 toSLO See our IAlfINGCAUPETS and OIL CLOTH t IIf Respectfully Submitted tcoi II f It 1 is E V Elder rJ11oIrL- = T = l S Yl F zoao t mmnrnn1n lUfffftI0 t f t iiaj 4 p The Greatest Selection 11a 1S 11e z2 OF pIS M I STYLISHe ssS- I e e e QSS0 soeos s s s ss sssss es r S S S S S e S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 f lS 5S SS SS SeS o S e SS S H 0 E S 5S e Ses SSSS S 5S PS 5 5 SSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSS t0 5 SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSS S SSSSSSSS OSS SSSeSS S S SS SS SS GS S S eeGoooooseeSs SsSa S Se SSS S1S- o SS 1 = ever shown in the city While weljcarry an elegant line of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that S we rail specialattention to our elegantline of New Spring I E Shoes for ladies men and children You can make no mistake our line over as it represents some of SS SIOS SIyou see our prices Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes iE 10S SSo FV r CRUTChER o TRIBBLE m a 5 SSI Main Street Richmond Kentucky c Io S 0 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SS S S a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 S 0 0 a oo oo O8 S Tj 1 he Richmond Climax O CHBNAULT President D MILLKRRdito Managur WEDNESDAY VAV 4 I94- UHLftHFVrKV wrflIS1AY R The Climax Printing Co- jneewpr9I ar oun cements kONGRW4 WaeastrIrd Wa nonce II 1IBLM fill Lincoln ptintr eamlHate for fim tIs the Riar t Congr 0ional DIrfvt asitjuet U the cttou at the O woeiaUe party FOR COUNTY JUDO we ate crtltocited to AceJtTDOK J C OHKICAULT a onnianle for tks office of 0 mtrJ4irMM H aiiOa Btr Sabjeel tot action th Democrat party We are mthoriwl to owsoore JUDGE X B TORMN acamliilal fortheoeaf Coon- ty JudBfof MadKon rownty Subject to the actimi of tile emocralc iarty MrcH hn n writt ii of ltn about Richmond Jir merchants her pro- gT4vpnpp nnd hr n pid growth Bvwything in a business IInft here sftrtms nhavnn new miorwy We can think of notb MC thst wilt do ninn ermiil tn this wMetiwnke spirit that laos exhiW d iitwlf than for our mor ekmni nel IfS men to organize a OoftIft4t4I oltib This is something till t hs NHW Rritattzc4morn than once lw ha MWJT Ixnn rpnHz 4 Other altk larger than Richmond bmtot of tlMMr noniniHrolal eluhs then why nt Itichm Rd Hy this method errvthi tr ihnt is ltfor the trade bHttt fr t hK ni rchniUs and bast for the oily Hi IRryH win lte studiad Such a nluli wonl hMve for its principal oh ject the HjtJdiiMSns of the town TVV have always hitrhly endorsed the for HDtUon of whR club and especial lv now Ilivre is no town of this size in th4 StRtM tint CUll point to better trading fariliUosund to as manyat tmotlve st iro ThOi business men should nrsxnizti this club Let it be cue rtMlty and thus add another feHture if progressiveness to our alrvHdy wilt awake city CI F1BroverCo11 LBXUXGTON LCv f Furniture for Lawn and Porch Spring is here and wurn weather will soon be coaxing eVerdV to Sit nutdoors Ve have plucedon oin floors a car load of the cele bmteil OLD HICKORY FUR NITURBin Chairs RockersSettees Foot Stools Tables Tabourettes TeteaTetes Also a full line of Reed Crex and Mission Furniture r CFBraMCo MAIN AND BROADVA LEXINGTON Km LeSIpSfl I TUB hnnifcomintr f the Junior Senator from Keotmky note l in our per onal columns merits morn than parsing notice Sonntor James B McCmary has now been tostet in the mnst PXHctint position in pnMto life poislUlv with the exception of the Proslil ncy and he has emerged with that Rftnin decree of honor that maik eel his previous long find distineuishod en reel The first few years of a new Senators term nc ordin to the hoary eu tm of that holvnrc usimlly nmrkwJ by a sort of ditrninVd silence and which If vinlntnd is done at the peril of a now momlwrs future inllu pnce Hut Kentucky sent no novice in tRtAsmi1 hip diplomnoy and liusiness affHirs when McOreary took the sent a f fay and Carlisle hence we repeat the first session of hbsor vice has hen niirked bymaiterlv ac tivity and achievements ns extraordi nary ns untisiiil for a new Senator A review of Senator McCrenrys first roar in the Senate would bo more ox tended than that of many men who serve ten years in tHo Lower House or one full term in the upper chamber of Congress His speech almost at the opening of the present Congros on D 11 donlt with Trade Relations With luhi ami Reduction of Tariff Duties That speech WAS a precur SOl of the action of the Senate which was compelled to treat the infant re public with fairness and justice His next speech on the Poxtofline Appr priation lull and Investigation of the Postiflieo Department Mardi 31 would form tho basis for a national platform on which all Democrats could unite It closing sentences are like a bugle tslI to the whole nation in this time of nnMi nsed acts and corruption in hich places This country at the present time newls tariff reform limitation of taxes tn the actual need of the Government econmy in the expenditure of public money equal nnd exact Justice to all men particularly at this time vben a high protective tariff enables the manufacturers of nr country to sell their products cheaper in lu rope thin at home Those who support Hiose principles will show at the next Novem her election for President that they ore alive when they defeat the Republican candidate for President and take charge of this Government On the other hand peechmakincj aside in which Senator McOreary showed himself at home in debate when under the fire of tho oldest member of the Sonate we have the most genuine pride in his adroit suc cessful and remarkable fight against the Army Camp Site Bill Kentucky was interested in securing one of the four great permanent sites for the nanoouvcrs of the armya splendid location at West Point twelve miles from Louisville in Hani In County had been tried fully and endorsed by the highest military officials But selfishness on the part of those politic ally entrenched assorted itself and Kentucky which is a Democratic SUte wan dropped regardless of the welfare of the setvice or the justice of her olaim In the language of the treet the jwas up All hope vas abandoned and the friends of the Kentucky site saw their plans shatter ed At this point Senator McCrearv whi possesses a parliamentary know lodge and experience rarely equaled threw himself into the breach and he sprang three points of order against tho measure One by one he was sus tamed until the whoM scheme to cut ut Kentucky from the bill was defeat ed and tho matter laid over until next session This will give the supporters of the Kentucky site time to organize for a compaign and as itmeans the sale of forty thousand acres to the govern mnt and the ultimate expenditure of possibly five millions of dollars in our state the magnitu ie of the victoryof McCreary in tho very jaws of defeat may be appreciated These matters arc known of all monoVe cannot oiiumurate the countless smaller ser vices he rendered to his constituents That same sleepless vigil and atten tion to details which gave him the soubriquet of the Model Governor later the Model Congressman wilj certainly twine about his brow in a wreath of fadeless green and glory Kentuckys Model Senator Eggs For Hatching frqja highbred Barred Plymouth Rocks will be soldby mo at 50c pereetting ot IL Ejrg How toady Mrs E P Bentoii ISaloJ Union City Ky Il v i jf t e r i l ELSEWIIEKE in this issue will be found the announcement of Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford who is a candidate for Congress from this the Eghth congressional district He is too well known here to need any in troduction on our part He was educated at old Central Universityand has many friends here Ho is not only a gifted and brilliant lawyer but a true Kentucky gentleman a sterling Democrat and a splendid citizen If Mr Helm receives the nomination he will be elected and will fill the important position with honor to himself as well as his constituents ONE of the most noted cases whicb will come before the present term of the Winchester circuit court is that of Mrs Arabella Marcum and children against B F French and Senator Al ex Hargii of Clark county and Kd Callahan and James Hargisof Breath itt Mrs Marcum is suing for one hun tired thousand dollars damages for conspiracy to murder her husband the late J B Marcum The defendants will make an effort to gut a change of venue on the grounds that they cant get a fair trial in Clark county ALEX HAKRIS of Winchester has filed suit for ten thousand dollars d images against the Louisville Herald and the Lexington Leader for a re cent publication of an interview with Mr J B Marcum The Herald pub lished the article and the Lexington Leader reproduced it Hargis claim ed that the publication was intended to predtijico tho public mind against him in his suit with Mrs larcum DEATH BALBS Mr J W Bales received u telegram a few days ago announcing the death of his aunt Mrs Mary Bales rtliieh occurred at Shawnee leiinegsee Oil last Saturday HAIUUS Mr Robert Harris son of the late W C Harris died at the home of his mother near Urooksville ou last Wednesday typhoid fever Deceas ed was twentyone years old and was a splendid young roan Several other members of the family are ill with the same disease Mr Harris was a nephew of Mrs Susan Tribbleof this city CORXEMROX The death of Edward B Corneliaon occurred in Humholdt Kansas on the 26th of April Deceased was 42 years old and was burn and reared in this county He nas four brothers in this countyanione whom is Mr Howard Corjielison also a sister Mrs Naunie Graves who liyes In Fay ette county Only about tWO weeks ago we chronicled the death n n sister Mrs Docla Adams It was with this sister that Mr Edward CorneliHin had wade his home for a number of years and to whose family he was very devoted He survived her only two weeks anil live days his death resulting from hearts disease The family lucre have the deep sympathy of all in their double aflllctiou Tuniix Beautiful in the sight of the Lord is the death of Ills Saints It Following close upon the death of his agedwile which occurred less than toweeks ago came that of Mr Hayden Turpin In the death of these two our County has lost one of its most beloved andrespected couple For 53 long years these two had shared each otheis joys and griefs They had stood together amid the storms of life and now they have both gone home to enjoy together the glories of the Heavenly Kingdom Mr Turpin was87 years old and his death was due to the infirmi ties of old ago Mrs Turpina death two weeks ago was the first death that had everoccured in this family There are seven children and a number of grandchildren and never a death Mr and Mrs Hayden Turpin lived all their life on a farm near Mutiny Creek They reared a large family lived to see them grown and with chlldien of their own Like the Apostle ot old They run well the race that was set be fort them they fought a good light and finished the course The children have the deep sympathy of a large circle of friends and relatives in the loss of both tattler and mother in so short a space of time Reduced Rita Via The L A On account of meeting of hand Coin mandery Knights Templar Conclave at Frankfort Ky May 18th and 19th rounrltrlllticketsValley View to Frankfort at rate of onefirst class fare plus 25ets on Mav 10th 17th and 18th good for return May2l6tR A Woolnms tit Soliciting Agent K 4k r t 4 J L II PB OIALIRev Hugh MoLellan was in Louis rifle last week Mr Jonah Wagers of Estill county was here Monday Mr Thomas Williams of Irvine was here last week Mr J K Worrell has returned from a trip to Missouri Mr Lyons of Beattyville- was in the city Monday Editor J L Sowers of the Valley View Argent was hero Monday Miss Kathleen Poyntz of Mt Ster ling is visiting relatives here Miss Marie Harber is entertaining Mrs Wade Cushing of Cincinnati Editor Tom M Morrow of the J ickson Hustler was here Saturday Mises Fannie and Lilly Hurst o Jackain Kyare visiting relatives hereMr Allen Zar ng visited relatives in Shelby ville the first part of last week Messrs J W Prather and J W Masters were in Valley Viiw last week Mrs George D Simmons left Mon day for a visit to her mother in Lex ington Mrs Lucy White attended the WelchRowland nuptials in Danville last week Mrs B J Hay and Mrs Nannie Fish are at home from a short visit to Cincinnati Mr Charlie Sales of Beattyville was among the Courtday visitors here Monday Mrs Mattie B Finnell is visiting hr daughter Mrs C T Willis iu Niuholasville Miss Sallio White has been spend- Ing a fw days with Mrs Earl Sellers n Lexington Mr and Mrs rItlle Walkei of lan o Garranl county were quests of friend here iVonday Mr Robert Viun of Wisemantown was here Monday mingling with the court lay crowd Mrs Bcecbain M Lackey has been visiting her nnther Mrs Mol ie Pow oil in Nicholiisvillo Mr Walker McKinney aTid wife ol Georgetown w ere here last week vis iting relatives and friends Miss Julii Higgins is convalescing from her recent illness much to the lelight of her mtny friends Mr and Mrs Leonard West of Irvine were guests last week of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Misi Laura Million returned Sunday from an extended visit to relatives in lark and Motgomerycountios Mr Robert Kolston of Middlesboro Superintendent of the Mingo coak and coal company was hero last week Mrs John Mershou attended tht funeral of Mrs Garland which tool place in Luxingtoa on last Wednesday Miss Banche VanDoVeer of Madi son Institute spent Saturday and Sunday with hr parents in Stanford The friends of Mrs Nealo Bennett will be glad In know that she is im proving from her recent severe attack of grip Miss Lucy Adams left last Wednes day evening for Stanford where she will instruct u ladies class in physical cultureMisses Sarah Stone nail Fannie D Walker of Gi mville Mississippi have been the pleasant guests of Mrs W W Vattp- Rev WOHVIT the new pastor of the Second Presbyterian church will fill his pulpit next Sunday morning and eveningThe League of the M E Churchwas entertained in a delight ful manner on last Tuesday evening by Miss Laura Bennett Mr Herman Frasa returned from De catur Alabama Friday night Mrs Frasa will remain for a longer visit to net parents Mr and Mrs Cartwright Mr Joe Gardner of Irvine was hero a short while Wednesday enrnute to Valley View where he remained severeal days assisting in tha railroad ollice at that place Mr George McRoberts returned last evening from Philadelphia where be was called to the bedside of his sister Miss Mami lie reports her muck bet ter Danville Sews of April 29 Mrs Harrison Simrall of Lexington is at the bedside of her grand mother Mrs H B Dillingham who is critically ill at her home on West Main street Ier physicians entertain little hope for her recovery Mr Robert Saufley the populai clerk at E C Wines drugstore was initiated into the mysteries of the An tiered tribe iin last Friday evening A large number of Elks were present and enjoyed the social session at the close of the business meeting Theengagementof Miss Clara Moore Shirley of Louisville to Mr Adams Tower of Boston has been announced The wedding will occur early in June Miss Shirley is well known here hav ing upon one occasion been the guest of Mrs Louis J Frazeo and Miss Della Ramsey now Mrs Allen Kennoy of DanvilleMr N Mobcrly has taken a posi tion in Amsdens Bunk and he and Mrs Moberly will Ynake their home in Versailles which is a source of pleas ure to their friends Mrs Moberlys physician whom she went to New York to consult last week pronounces her condition grestl improved Woodford Sun U S Senator McCreary and his secretary Mr Henry B foshy arrive on Monday Both look splendidly af ter their winters stay in the Capital Senator McCivary first session as a Senator was distinguished far beyond the average how Senator by statesmanlike activity instead of dignified passivity that usually marks the first years of a new Senators service The Stanford Interior Journal has the following to say of three of our young people Adams Brot who have been in our city several days organizing classes in physical culture opened their class for gentlemen at the St Asapb last night The class for ladies under direction of Miss Lucy Adams is also in Hae Much interest rJ v Wol J7 jjj 1A r Aersw Your doctor will tell you that thin pale weak nervous phil dren become strong and well by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla Small doses for a few days SarsaparillaThe and very marked Ask your doctor why it is He has our formula and will explain When years old for many months no one thought I could lire became ot thin blood But In a few weeks Ayers Sanaparllla com pleleILi1I1g to t Vlneland JJJ- JlM a battle J c TaR Lowell MIM c1nu1tfor The ChildrenU Biliousness constipation prevent re covery Cure thoso with Ayers Pills is heinz mnnifosted and thn outlook for widespread enthusiasm is flattering- Mr Clarence K Woods ia expected home from Washington about Frills He stopped off at Washington at d IMO University at Lexington Vn oft bUsiness In adrtJton to hiwork in the cube of Senator AfcHrparv at Washington Mr Woods succeeded in fnundine a chapter of Slma Nu at the smat ITnJversity of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia In spite of the very inclement iav n large nrowil of little folks r spcnded to invitations sent out by Miss len nette Winston Pates and attendfld her eighth birthday party on last Thiis Iaytrln The invitations were unique and rend yFromhoystEnploedw5tb this was an engraved ard bearing the little hostess name Allof the guests asspmbled male merrywith the fish pondend other names A delicious lunch added much to the enjoyment of all tires nt Li1 tie Miss Jennette js the bpantifnl tlpduwhter of Captain anfl Mrs John ii Pates She entertained in R style bofitting one much older Hr partywas a delightful affair and rllpirlIvtheir hostess runny returns of the same happy lay 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science lies 0been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the ine licml fraternity Catarrh he ing a constitutional disease requires constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstem thereby destroy jug the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na lure in doing its work The proprie tiirs have PO much faith in its curative powers that they offer otto hundred dollars for any case that it tills to cure Send for list of testimonials Addres F J CHENEY co Toledo Ohio Sold hv nil drufririets 75c IHalls Family Pills are the best 2m B Deatherage pays the highest price for wool tf Souse for Rent or Sale I have in my hands for salt or rout the property of Jo S Jopliu on Maiti street Any one desiring to inspect same can do w bv applying to the un ilersigned at the State Hank Trust Co L P EVANS iBntl Shackelford Co sell tit famous Javecka fertilizer from SIC 00 to MOO per ton ISatf m Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors Madison Circuit outlaura Smith o rift against Will Quisentwry DU All persons having claims against the estate of Fiorina Quieenberry are hereby notified to file same legally v rifled with the undersigned on or before the 15th day of June 14 or same wll be barred 8 THORPE itaiter Commissioner M C O Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT MJ Robert Adrnr Plff Against Helen E Pordc Dft All persons having claims against the es tate of MsryJ Roberts are to file surne legally verified with the undersigned on or before the 1st day of August or fame will be barred S H THORPE M C M C C ommi don r s al MJ Itoberts Admr Pltf aa1iist- ItelenM c DeftNotice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment nod Order of Hale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term theref in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday May 2J t04 at the honrof 2 oclock p m on the premises In Richmond Madison county Ky proceed t expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property viz A Certain Lot or parcel of ground situated in the ciy of Richmond Madison county Kyand being the same prop rty owned by M J Roberts at date of her death and located at corner of Irvine and First streets opposite Court House Square Upon said lot is situated a good TwoStory Brick House fronting on Irvine and First streets and three frame buildings fronting on Irvine street This is a splendid for u hotel an other business property Said property will be surveyed before day of sale ing to said survey TERMS Hale will be made on a credit ot MX and twelve months The purchaser will be requlrcd togice bond with approved ecurlly forthe payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bear lug legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S H THORPE Master Commissioner M C O U WW Si The i boxes inourburgI lar proof vault will keep your notes deeds i policies silverware other valua ble safe from T fires storms or thieves Prices reasonable Cull and see them State t Bank Trust Co p t 1t r r 1f I ti 4F L0 Protects the System Against Catarrh iyomci Prevents Colds nnd Cures Grip aid Catarrh Money Back if it tails If An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure A few breaths of Hy inei through the neat pocket inhnler that comes with every outfit will cheek i cold or the grip at 4be start and pre vent serious nnd IbstiiiK lllnesf In all catarrhal troubles and diseases 1If the air passages llyomei has a positive action uiotossus8ed by nmty oilier medicine or treatment It Is pleasant and convenient to use simply put 20 drops of Hvoniei in the inhaler and reathf it R few minutes four times a div In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs is charged with a Healing balsam that kills all catarrhal nHnis soothes and allays the irritated mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes n permanent and complete cure A Hyomei outfit costs only jl and contains an inhnier medicine dropper and bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts a lifetime and when more Hyo mei is needed extra bottles can be obtained for BOc B L Middeltoti will give his personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit and will refund the nioncu ii it does not cure 1m We have iipver howu H larger stock of Carryalls Hurries Rubies unit rUlla bouts than we now have on display in our show room Ir wilpdv you to examine them before buying We also ilo rwpairitu and rejoining in best rtan oars at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and SHe us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkitf Prop What ia the name ofthe Rofrienlor and Ice Box that is lined with Granuln ted Cork und who sells tIters in town It is the North Star and can be found at D It Sbackellord Co where it has been for years ISatf The highest market cash price will be paid for wool by Covinglon Arnold Bro Take them your wool 20atf WallPaper Paints Oils Frames Etc 0For Kent Our large and commodious store room l8x lOt feet No 208 south side Main street This is one of the best located best liglltudand handsomest store room in the city Suitable for almost allIIlrsRichmond Kentucky Telephone No 292- Sliackelfirtl A Co sell the genuine BrowII walking cultivator and the filer riding cultivator the Tiger tornado and disc harnrvs We guarantee satisfaction l3atf Ve purchased our vehicles tOsell and it you will only call and net prices we will prove title insertion and make of you an everlasting friend and custo iner tf S L MidkifT Prop For the next 2 lays we will close out for cash at cost two Moores double heaters three Kndiant llotueH three Coles lint Blast stoves in order to make room for spring goueJs- U B Shackelford Co Sheriffs Sale Nannie Garrison- vs R T aad Jas Whittaker NO TICK OF SALE By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sole of the Ricnmond Police Court the undersigned will on Saturday May 14 J904 at he heur of 2 pm in front of the court house door in Richmond Ky sell the barroom fixtures now in the house of Mrs J W Garrison on First street in Richmond Ky consisting of 1 side board 1 frant counter 1 b cr pump anti 1 lot of bottles These articles will be sold as a whole on a credit of three mouths purchaser to give bond with approved iecurity said bond to bear interest from date of sale at tho rate of 6 per cent and to be a iien upm the articles sold to secure its payment JOHN F WAGERS S M C 27 ap 3t s 5 S 2 5 d 4 II 7F 71 7F TheGlothes That Ma Made LM J 0prYou should therefore get the habit of having your Clothes made You w Rice and Arnold if THE HOUSE 71 fh It 11 7i ffi 1 7U U Oddities Predominate- This Year I There have been times v when it seemed as If nil papers looked alikebut that is certain v not the case this year Wo have so many radically different styles that there is very little likelihood no matter what you select that any one of your neigh bors will select a similar style Geo Willging HEMPS TE2ID Hempstead will make the season of 1904 at Ellendale Stock Farm Rich mond Kyat 500 SOT a tmur CoXl Hempstead vas sired by young Jim 2009 First dam Margery Daw by Lumps second dam Nelly by Mam brino third dam Flora by Parsons Abdallah Hempstead is a blood bay and is perfect in gait and action and is an nbred George Wilkes King Jlrthur At the same time and place King Arthur will make the season of 1901 at J500 For a Living Colt King Arthur is a sorrel Kallion by Haxhall dam Alice Wilson by Ja cinto As a twoyearold King Ar thur was not defeated In the State in the harness ring Money due when mare leaves the bands of the original owner or bred to another horse Lien retained on colts until service fee Is paid Due diligence will be exercised in care of mares but will not be responsible for accidents escapesJNO GIBSON Richmond Ky novington Arnold Bro will pay the highest market cash price for wool 20atf Four handsome wel located lots 50 xlSO feet cheap ou installment clan Also two lots in a stone throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply toT P Evans State Rank Trust Co Itlg Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of C Hunley deceased are requested to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before June 1st ISO or same will be barred 2m W H HUNLEY Admr Our Window Screens are 0nade and painted ready to be put in place without the aid of a carpen ter Prices are low with no extra charges for odd slzes Iryus on all kinds of Mill- Work Lexington Lumber andjManufacturing Co 1EWn c at OR x Lexington Kentucky ff 1Jj JIf rJ r tiu i iiuos f J lrc tJ lft titIt t fc t 1wi- j There was 7 probably a time when you lookedwith boyish pride onlithe clothes that ma made they answered the purpose Later on perhaps you bought store clothes made for no one in particular they also answered the purpose just as coaloil answered the purpose before Tthe age of electric lights 5 t- Jls a man Rmon men you can only feel at ease and appear ft at your best when you know you hare as corectly dressed as any other man 6 5i5 jS 7r to fit F It- ffi ONE PRICE Ti 7i7Jt M Window Shades Picture complete n IIUL2L2L2 p s ftfIzr2 7 THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods IIisings 5J Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS fJ ft Fm ft 7ij 7l1 W E Richmond Ii GREEN HOU E m Phone 188 Geraniums Carnations Roses Heliotropes Ferns Ti Asparagus etc Ca callrleeS 1 Reasonable ICtALBERTr 9 fV JJ Wf I tteN w ff rDont Risk Life tdpal1your Lome ThatJAwful Smell and the Ugreasy discomfort of kp pit 1 J ouJ tJ fttJlt stoves only because they are unsafe J lDetroit Jewell Gas Ranges J1 and cooking by Gas ARE SAFE as Vdla rc economical cleanly laborsaving See the bGas Company Do it now j tSeichmolld ia d Eighi Co- a p0 10ffc r11r l r r- g 1Ig liTi ILand is WealthMore than populationtonumber of land gaugedsuccess de and what iA the holders in state thatStateArkaullasIndian rottonare theetoryIllustratedliterature BocKisianflf System ONE FARE 0Plus 2 Dollars For the Round Trip First and Third Tuesdays of each Month The Richmond Climax EDNEDAMAY4Diamonds jc Watches ft Y c CocksCutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones tof very description These are some of the at Lanes 1thlngstobefund If your refue t- hc Lane ho will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to V Lines hell fix that too I If you want anything that tin he found in a first clans Jewelry establishment go c to Lanes He is well fixed ill tnese Kind of articled L ELaneJe- welerc and Optician TI a OLD JOE MUSKY jr- llarid made Sour M ish Every drop uanr L teed to be pure Ii b of old etjle manu w fauture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs S4 00 per gallon 10 iMittlesSG 5I jugs 250 5 ijottles 3 iNew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILKY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery JFcBraj er novlvr Anderson county Ky Asheville N C enter of the beautiful Land of the Skyl A superb elwatwl lItHIIhe lowest iMiiut of which is two thousand fret above the level of the sea Situated in thf rRt fnvorable jKirtion of the tt m perato zone The otlitsial Govnrnm nt records o- lV4rIi North OaroliuB which are u im HKlmlile Hvidnnee give toe fol Ii wi MVfrHKe S3print5iJ40 F uin mer 7072 F Antumn 5348 K VJiiter 3B 87 Frll a mean fur the whole year of 61 15 F anti a Iean relative hu aridity of hut 05 per cent A nijural iwralke where all human Mb find quick relief Itehclied only by the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer R sort folder etc send twocunt stamp to Geo B Allen czi A G P A St Louis M C H Hunger ord D P A rAnUi4villel Ky B I 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to i ST LOUISand Louisiana Purchase Exposition Entire NewBroadway Track way of the 5a 5TsPa- rlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats r Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Applicaiion Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louit Worlds Fair March For rates time of trains sleepIng or Parlor Car accommodations address any a ent OP MCCARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet Is enough for usual occasions The family bottle GOcents contains a supply for a year All druggIsts sell them Arf spring nero it is time to have your old vehicle repainted and over hauled and made as good as new VA will do the work at prices that will sur prise you Richmond Carriage Works m9tf 8 L MidkiB Prop Geo H Lee G PALittle Rock Ark H I McGuire DPA Howard Jolly TPAC- incinnati O PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS R MILLER ATTOBHBTATLWR- tCHXOKD ElUtTUOKT Office n the Bnrnam Buildiag next door to febalIJ A StTJLIV ATTORNKY LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ccpositeJ 0 DlI OHENAULT TTORKEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery W R LBTCHER AttonieyatZaio RICHMOND KENTUCKY aeOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS MW- COUNSSLLORSAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY overPerryu rSYSIOIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY lice ia the Dr Ilobson building MalnStreet DENTAL STTBGEIIY isv 1aette st tODSOt DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KT BuildingIchmSndnovl7Iy oov M Blanton DENTIST SOfflce m Bennett Building an1y TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance 00 Mrs K UYance DO Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon WediesJay May 11 1904 MOINUTO IHE WORLDS FAll rat 7ST LOUIS USE TH- EHenderson Route THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOND A DOUBT FREERECLINING CHAIR CARS OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KENTUCKIANS T O Ask Us About It L J Irwin Geo L Garrett GPA TPALOUISVILLE KY New Firm Having purchased the grocery and meat business of Robert Hurst near L 4 N depot I cordially invite all my friends us well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing any thing in this line I will carry con stantly in stock only the best of goods andmy meat market will be supplied with the nices stock to be had and will uphold my reputation for being a neat clean butcher Ialso desire to purchase five cows giving from three to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 ifemtf Hew Livery firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne strent and desire a share of patronace in this line Persons who come in from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable- These gentlemen are In the market the year round for good horses and persons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them In good selling condition Everybody knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker j stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken oi horses put in this stable Remember the placo the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Eobt Walker 24 feb Sir o AIoIlBcelffets To tbe Voters ol the Filth Court Dis hid of KentotfcV I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democratic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put in force the provisions of the new Constitution as well as to construe the prerent Constitution whenever a con troversy rose as to its proper construction Almost innumerable cases UTe burdened the dockets of my eourt touching the rights of corpora lions and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have dis charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oflice to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E exrR1LL- tf John D Carroll A Candidate lor Appellate Joije in this BhtiicU Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lawyers in the State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carrol friends especially in the legal profession have for along time desired to see him on the benchof the highest court in theState He has held several offices oi trust and honor anti in all of them acquitted nimseli with credit When quite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Cots stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the Governor to revise the statute laws oi the State to conform to the changes made by the constitution and was lor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolls Kentucky Statutes lawbooks that are in general use and that may be found in the office ofevery lawyer in the State A man oi high integrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life his hug circle of friends believe ho would make a tplendid Judge Trimble Democrat tf FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde Ron D L M ORE of Mercer county HI a candidate for Congress In the Eighth District to succeed Hon o O Gilbert subject to the action of Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R LRTi HER JR tirandidate for County At toriicy subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce R H CROOKK a candidate for tkmnty Attorney rnbject to the action of h Democratic party We are authorized to announce W SIIACKELFOIUI a audidate for Cointy At torney of Madison onnly subject to the action ofthe Democratic jar y FOR SHKR1FF We are ai tlionzed to announce iSO W II VLIARD a cindldate for Sheriff of Madison County subjeci to the action of the Democrat ic Iarty We are authorized t announce SB Million candidate for Mieriff of Mxrtlson County subject to the action Democratic Party We are authorized to an ounce R II COL YKR a candidate for Sheriff of Madison coon ty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILERI We are authorized to announce TUOH o CORKY as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce FJ PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of theDemocratic WDERINGRILcounty subject to Ihe action of the Democraticparty CURfGUaCounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic patty We Tf authorized to announce N B JONES iubjecttto are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER subjettWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subttotheactiMORUANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Deulocr tlc party GPAtUUSRcounty sUbJet to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONtAIESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic arty IIKnnnty8ublectWe are authorized to announce BUOK MadisonCountyic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRILlcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T ladlsoncOuntytic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONlic Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FEDWARDS totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate tot Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN countysubjectWe are authorized to announced B p GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison connty subject to the acciwn of the Democratic patty BOYDPson county subject to the action of the Demo cratic part ror Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office tf Dont forgot we acknowledge no superior in the merchant tailoring bus- Iness all our work In guaranteed tf Stouffer Mahler Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or by writingI 27 tf T D Chenanlt Terrill Ky Telephone 350M Agents Wanted 6 a day made by our men selling Air Lights Write for terms Chicago Air Light Co 83 5th Ave Chicago jEI A Illinois Central Railroad IGreatReduction in Oneway Rates to Californifornia and the Northwest March J to April 30 J904 J5550 loiiiilb to Los Angeles ui u Francisco Gain and return April 22 to May JJ904 Proportionately Low Rates from other points Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Social Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central U R Co is issuing raisingdazryingLouisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville KY Spring is Comin I renovatingofnew in the way of NffilYillll J m everythinismallest piece up to the most massive j sA Bed= room Suits DressingTubles FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want tobuyornotWI Si OLDHAM I Wall Paper and Painting We have just received nice line of the newest patterns in WALL PAPER and shall be glad to have you call and in spect our stock before buying We Have the Goods and the Price to Suit aIL We have secure the services of Mr B Sigman who is a practical painter and interior decorator and can have all the paper you buy from us put on if you so desire and wilt guarantee all work done by him TfWe are also in to take jobsofVHouse Faulting and will be glad to furnish estimates Jail and see bs before making your con tra- ctsPerry Thomas i A Reminder That we are right lathe pushwith our superb stock of f 1f10 jf f j6 Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions White 4 GibsonCorner Main and SecondVRICHMOND KENTUCKY L J GOT IT FROM BRUIN New York Hunter Lays Attack of Diphtheria to a Bear Claim Ills Little Buy Also Conj tracted DUcni Tfarouaih the An tonal Who Carried Germs la Ills LOOK Stair Strange as It may seem Henry Burke a professional New York state hunter lays an attack ot diphtheria from which he Is convalescing to a bear He also declares that his only child a boy ol 6 contracted the disease from the animal Burke was deer hunting several weeks ago when he struck the trail of a black bear making In the direction of a log cabin In which a family named Stevens had lived last spring He was then stalking a buck and went on but two days later visited the same locality to get a shot at Bruin The Stevens family had been stricken with diphtheria shortly before they moved and the cabin had since been abandoned It was shunned by woods men who were afraid of contracting the disease but Burke did not hesitate to look over the place A search of the ground floor resulted In nothing and Burke was about to return home when he noticed a ladder leading to the loft where the Stevens children had slept The hunter bad got holtway up the ladder when he heard a deep breathing He descended made a torch out of a balsam knot and returned By the light he saw a bear curled up withIwhen Burke shot him through the head The hunter then dragged the animal outdoors Later In the day he lugged the carcass home Thesixyearold boy hung about while the animal was skinned and that night with the hunt er and the rest of the family dined on bear steak and then played with the skinSome days after this father and son developed sore throats Burke think ing that he had tonsilitis treated him self and offspring with a preparation of balsam gum anl honey a home made remedy But tile treatment failed and the next morning a country physi cian was sent for He diagnosed the disease as diphtheria and eventually dangErI the matter he laid the trouble to the bear wrich he declared had carried the germs in his long hair He gave the hide to Frank Wilton another hunter In time Frank got the disease and Burke was more than ever convinced that the bear was responsible LIGHT GIVES COLLEGE YELL Novel ItemiKn Obtained by MUionrl University Student with the Aid of riionoKriiplilc Device The engineering students of Missouri university have perfected an invention by which the college yell may be given by means of an electric light The light can also made to laugh cry and converse in any tongue The students had been experimenting for several months upon the theory that light and sound waves are so nearly identical that the two might be combined with Interesting results but their final dis covery was largely due to accident- In the midst of a lecture in one of the classrooms an arc light suddenly said hello and then talked rapid ly for several moments interrupting the lecturer in the midst of his re marks The speak r paused and every body listened The arc light became humorous and made sarcastic remarks at the expense of the professor Sev eral members of the class were called by name and made the object of derisive remarks The light concluded with a loud laugh It was not until several days later that It was learned that the arc light was operated by a party of engineer ing students who had accidentally dis covered the means of fitting the elec tric light with a phonograph Re cently the engineers gave a party for the special purpose of showing an Invention to the girl students The arc light laughed sang and finally gave the varsity yell amid a storm of ap plause PORTABLE THRONE NOT USED Plus X Refuses to Illilr In Seel la Ges tatorla at Solemn Functions Cause of ilia Aversion A good story Is being told In the Vatican regarding the aversion of Plus X to being carried In the sedla ges tatorla or portable throne which Is used by the pope in all solemn func tions Plus X has not made use of this throne since his coronation and went to the last consistory on foot humbly following the slow pace of the procession surrounded by the noble guards and by the prelates In attend ancePius X explained to his confidents that on the day of his coronation sit ting In the sedla gestatorla so high over the shoulders of his bearers the undulations of the acclaiming multi tudo produced in him a feeling of dlz ziness amounting almost to vertigo and that he had to clutch firmly thu arms of his throne to prevent himself from falling as no one was near enough to assist him In case he faint ed He added that the gondolas of Venice were safer in comparison No Closed Season New York doctors have organized a hunt for the pneumonia germ It is the open season for that germ alt the year round remarks the Chicago News any young doctor inclined toward sport should care to know DoYou BurnI CQlIll If so why not bum the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALSAlso DiayvilI Co CO D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 2Mi1e 4 Tai peaAftttIC o J ASplJlJ1rdlij OpportrwrnYty ir1To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona cInvestors are requested tolthoroughly investigate this property owned by the V v Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and r Gold Mining and Milling Company P which promise to he equal to any ot the Ureat lducers in At izonas wonderful Copper Belt extending r worn Jerome to Bisheeand V P Absolutely in the Center of the Belt I And in the Center of the Globe 1f lI1one Copper Hold Silver and Lead all in paying yjaniitie8 with good assays in Tin Uranium etcLarge griutdThose I A Arizona and other parts of the westwhen f IfI l it was offered for lOt a share and later on went to 76 per share now buy in the r 3 ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co f r f which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paM and nonassessable Pro hoihtiNo salaried officers to pav Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed absoA pricec r 4 V and lion Mgr SecTreasurer Vice President 1 VMain Office Branch Office 248 Eqnitahle Bldg Blanch Office 910 Tacoma Bldg i Ulobe Arizona Denver Colorado Chicago Illinois I Irr rC r r r There is nothing new under the sun Kmlium for example Is merely the la- tSI old thing that has been discoved Any girl who thinks aa ranch of ai nan as she does of herself will do to tie 0 nu FRISCO SYSTEM SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY AND OKLAHOMA For descriptive matter through schedules and other needed particulars addressH DISTRICT PASSENGER STREETI OHIO rJ uivi1l t1ti Baiki DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalllesLnwrenceburglShetl 8M am and CincinnatiI 140pm for Irvine and Beattyville 130 pm TRAINS ARRIVe HIOUMONDi rom Louisville Lexington and lliiiamCincinnati m WGr m rom Daattyrilie an I IrvineV 0116 a n H n SMITH O F P A KyRRlchmoud Ky L a N1 Time TaNe Lvth45p No 8 Clnnatiand Livings 125 p m ton Express norlh bound 155 pm No 4 CinnatI and Livings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am LlvlnltSU05 1105 pm No Stanford and Mays villa Accm north bound 120 a m No Stanford and May 720 p m villa Accm south bound No Richmond and Row land Accm south bound 820 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 130 p m ford north hound The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to California is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw- Ing Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An geles and San Francisco Quick time and uptodate service Dining Cars meals a Ia carte Low rates in effect after March 1 1904 to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seekers and one way colonist rates to the West und southwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Tour Trip to the Worlds 4 Fair St Louis in 1904 to insure the Daylight Entranceto theMound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District ofthe Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig Pout Router E RZVE Gea SouernAgent WAKKKXJITNCK QP 4TACls tloD tOtk3 il r Ki 1 t Low Rates West future awaits you in the wonderful ABRIGHT lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home See for yourself and learn from the home owners and home builders the chance there is for you on the Great Northern Railway The following low rates will be in effect March to April 30 From To Great Falls Montana To Kalispell Montana Spokane Washington Wenatchee Washington Everett Washington Seattle Washington SL Paul Chicago 2000 3000 1 2250 3050 2500 3300 Address any agent of the Great Northern Ry or MAX BASS F I WHITNEY 1d GtDeril lEoierMtoo AIse Ceni PtHf u4 Ticket AHO U9SClaikStChicjjoia SAINT PAUL MiNNESOTAi IThere is nothing like j Good FLOUR Ii Every housewife every cook knows that Good Cakes Rolls Biscuits P cannot be made without good Flour Our Jmill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of ithe Iatest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison ill MADE BY TIIEIElliston Mill Col jj N WACO KENTUCKY f tt t IfAc Thyloir it e5Successorto + BROS r Has Everything the Farmer needs f1 y corsSpring Plowing 1 He handles the celebrated Jt + Vulcan Plow Il t c Ana also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of the Latest Pattern and Lowest PriceslRo ling and Guttering j + Jl Specialty + GVffi HIM A CALL 5 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY j mConounD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana W can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able EcjuIpmMitsiuxl facilities unaur paseed ML1Iw6cIeet 1 f w4 irTT TT I one of our and comfortably enjoy Then you Iand easy riding vehicles 1c QaTTa D 5 RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 1- CFRESH hhh Groceries FOR CJ Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 4 i904 See E Deatherage before selling your wool tf Shelby villa is to have a new Opera bouse Comic opera The Doctor of Alcan tara at the Grand Opera House May 13th The Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian Church will meet this afternoon at 3 oclock It is probable that ths Knights of Fhythias will erect a widows and orphans home at Lexincton The Ladles Missionary Society will hold its regular monthly meeting on Friday afternoon in the Lecture room of the First Presbyterian church A company lisa been organized at Lexington with 50000 capital tor the purpose of importing reliable and in dnatrioUR servants They mightat the same tune export some of the ones on handwho have opposite characteristics On Monday evening May 23 the preparatory and primary departments of Madison Institute will entertain the public at the Grand Opera House with a beautiful Operetta Upon this occa sion Mother Goose and her following will appear In appear in all their glory to assist them Tom Thumbs wedding will l e annnther attractive feature of the evniiinir Dont miss a cood laugh Lost Between my residence and the First Presbyterian nbnteh on last Sunday a pearl pin with enameled leavffe 2t Mrs G W Gates Early Crop John Moberley of Speedwell one of our countys progressive farmers in forms us that he has 350 acres of corn which un and growing fine This is a cood report considering the backward seaSon Court Day Monday was regular county court day There was a large crowd in town but buBinjss was extremely dull The Malison County Stock Yards report about 000 cattle on the market but trading was unusually slow Quite a number remained unsold The prices ranged from 8 tit 4 Jo RiSIng Gallery ISituated near the L and NIltJpot will tif found one of the nicest riding galleries or merry gorounds that ever came to this city It is all new end the music Is exceptionally good The man Hiiers Dr Newman and Mr Fa ala are excellent gentlemen and treat their pa Irons with much cordiality We would like to see larger crowds iro out and enjoy this merry enwiunl It is a pleasant diverhinn furtii iumig people Do You Want to Drive In a stylishelegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout thoroughly yourself AGENTS e 3 tt QI TheFinishing Touch appeared without the tin ishing touch This you will not have laundryIs To be certain of this send your laundry to the M N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Office RIco Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofOhirgeIt will pay yon to see E Deatherage before selling your wool tf Shingles For Sale I have a lot of mill shingles for sale tf Jeff Stone Adjourned Circuit Court has adjourned and will not hold another session until October Under the new bill passed at the recent Legislature the regular session of the Madison Circuit Court will be held in February May and October Defeated In a ticcontested game of ball here last Saturday afternoon the Dudley High School team of Jexington defeated the Walters School team by a score of 10 to 9 Both sides put up a good game and arrangements have been made by the two teams for another game in about two weeks New Agent Mr W C Bell of Mississippi is the new depot agent for the Louisville and Atlantic at this place to succeed Mr Vandiveer who has been chanced to Nicholasville Mr Bell has rented Sir G G Prewitts new cottaces on Fourth street and will move his family here at an early date Athletes Orators and Mtaioacs The state contest in athletic music and oratory which will be held under the auspices of the Lancaster Athletic Association June 22 23 and 21 will bring together the best talent In the state and the contests will be the best ever held Write R W McRoberts at Lancaster and receive a program containing all information Badly Cruised Mr E Renaker of Vinchester met with a painful though not serious ac cident on last Tuesday which resulted in some severe bruises and cuts Mr Renaker who is a produce dealer of Wlnchesterwas at the L and N depot in this city lie and Mr Lee Gott were busily engaged in loading a car of eggr whon he collided with a switching freight with the above results Goebel Cast in Lexington The plaster cast for theGoebel statue to be placed in the Frankfort cemetery has arrived It is consigned to Adams Son who have the contract for the monument The cast will not be unpacked until the arrival here of the sculptor in about a week and will then be submitted to the committee of which Senator James B McCreary is chairman and any minor changes de cided upon will be made before it is carved out of stone Lexington Dem ocra prinf Styles Miss Emma Golden is again agent for Charles A Stevens of Chicago and ladies wishinir the correct styles in spring suits will do well to call on her The spring outfit is more elaborate than ever before Every style is new and different from any of last year She can also furnish underwear corsets and hosiery Be sure to call on MifB Golden and let her furnish you with a superb and stylish spring suit Pri cod are reasonable Miss Emma Golden Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Idmtf J 3C Something tofi4 T t i iUviiv an interesting subjeetespecially en everythingA tj fa Green Vegetables all kinds of j J Canned Goods Fruits Candies in fact everything that can be found in a first jJelass irrocery We call special attention to our line ttI We handle all kinds ofIIFIELD AND GARDENSEEDS GIVE US A CALL j i I Harbor Ijuguely c Successors to E Deatherage Co iiii2iiI I fJ 1 1t rj L sc J Fine HatsfHats in our big stock to suit men of every taste Swell for the young fellows and staple shapes for the f older men The worlds best brands to select from Youmaiis Hoelofs Pioneer Stetsonf and others in alf colors and blocks sizes up to 7 34 iBest values for the price 1 to 5 v117 w I i FITS f t Will Go To Winchester Mr C A Lawton who has been lo oted in this city for the past several tears will remove with his family to Winchester this week Mr Lawton is he efficient Superintendent of the IeI ropolitan Life Insurance company and lias made friends here He and his exI ellent wile will be tnisfied especially in their church where they have both leon such zealous workers Wo re ret to give this family up hut we wish theui unbounded success in their new field Their home on Glyndon avenue will be for rentlA Bold Thief That thieves are bold to the extreme ws again demonstrated on last Saturday when some unknown person got Mrs Henry James buggy and drove off with it Mrs James had gotten out of her buggy and was making a callon Miss Annie Shaw who resides with her parents on East Main street It was while Mrs James was in the house that the buggy disappeared Search for it was at once begun and the missing con veyance and horse were found Sunday hitched at Peytontown15 miles from thisI city Every effort is being made to locate the guilty party and arrests are expected at any time Success of a Madison Boy Mr R M Dudley who has for a number of years malle his home m Mexico is meeting with much success inhis Western home Just lately his firm Ryan Dudley has been award ed the contract to build the 80 kilometer extension of time Chihuahua Pacific Railroad from El Carpio Station to Tamosnchia Mr Dudley is a former Madison county boy being a son of the ate Thomas Dudley of Waco His many friends will be glad to know of his success Mr Dudley hears the Ill tlnctio of having built the bestcou itructed railroad in Mexico lodge Turpin Announces In this issue of the CLIMXX will be found the announcement of Judge fl Turpin who is a candidateto sue ceed himself as Cointy Judge of Madi son county subject tothe action of the Democratic party Alter the deathof the lamented Judge Sullivan about six years ago Judce Turpin was se lected by the Fiscal Court to fillout the nhexpired term of the deceased gentleman At the expiration of the term Jurtbe Turpin WAS re elected lor the ensuing four years Judge Turpin solicits time vote of every Democrat in Madison countyand promises if elected to continue to faithfully perform the duties of his office in the future as he has done in the past Be sure to see the Doctor of Al cantara at the Grand Opera House Friday evening May 13- thMATRIMONIAL WiixxixrtAnK Mr James Wilcox of Paris and Mlef Nettle Clark of Waco were married last week at the home of the bride WnrTTAKEnWiiLUMB John A Whittaher and Miss Lucy Williams both of Cottonburjr were married by Judge Turpin on last Friday POWBII LAKB Mr Lawrence Powell and Miss Sallie Lane both of Drey fns this county were married in County Indjre Turpins office Saturday BIRTHS ConnMr and Mrs R C Cobb are happy over time birth of a daughter which occurred last week OVEUIEY Born to the wife of Jas II Overliv f Hamilton Ohio a ten poud ilengliter Tillie Adams Mrs Overly is with the family of EE Ad ama in this county Mr T J Curtis ol KIrksville- bought a pair ofmules Monday for 330 and a yearling wife for UC Cake and 5aiad Sale The young ladies Missionary Society 0f the Baptist church will have a cake and salad sale on next Saturday May 7 tb The sale will be conducted in the liright store room on Maiu street and li kinds ot cakes salads croquette beaten biscuit and suitrising bread will be found thure Burning Discovery The Anderson News tells of a wonder t Ut discovery that Col Dick Johnson of that placo has made It is compound for lighting which under test excels daylight The ingredients of the dill covery are a sect et but results are ex ceedingly peculiar lu the first place the substance burns but gives off nu heat and in the next it will not ig nte anything else Pour it on yourI baud touch a match to it ami you can read with the greatest comfort although the blaze has a cooling effect to that member Important Charge of Time on the L A Mwday May 2 1904 followinghutiigerwl and departure of trains at Rich UK ml viz- Train No 2 now leaving at 605 n makinVclosetiou with he Q it 0 for Lnziugton ami Cincinnati arriving at former place at 725 and latter place at iUl a in teu makes close connection with the Soutlitjrn Iliiilwny at Versailles for Louisville reaching there at 1045 am Train No1 now arriving at I 115 a m will arrive at same time continu iiiK on to Irvine arriving tlere at 1255 p m Train No 4 will arrive from Irvine atI 345 p in leaving at same time makIjug close connection at Nicholaxville Junction lor Lexington and Cincinnati rtMfhiug former place at 515 and latter place at 73U p m and also makes close connection at Versailles with thlISouthern Railway for Iouisvillo ar riving there at 815 p in TrainNo 3 will arrive at same time 810 p 1lrnin No6 will arrive from Beatty ville and Irvine at 855 am Train No 5 now leaving Richmond for Irvine anil Beattyville at 130 p m will leave at 200 p in making con neotion at lieattyville Junction for JacksonSunday service will he put on first Sunday in June schedule for which will be announced later R A Woolums Soliciting Agt Through Meeper From Lexington to M Louis Via OJespeake 4 Ohio Railway Beginping April 28 the Chesapeake Ohio Railway will inaugurate a through sleeping car line to St Louis via Louisville and the Southern Railwa to leave Lexington daily at 520 p m and reach St Louis at 780 a m Ee turning this sleeper will leave St Louis at 1010 p m and will reach Lexincton oil C O train number 22 at 1110 a m the next morning trulyG p P A B w Turner proposes to inaugurate an era of un matched Weekly Special Sales which will open the way to great opportun Itles for the CASH buyers of lUchmond and Madison county On Thursdays of each week special lines will be offer ed for CASH- at prices which must appeal to you Grand Special for Thursday 100 Walking Skirts for 5Octs on the 10 8 and 750 Skirts for 5 4 and 375 Also White Goods Organdies Lawns and Ginghams at grUatly re duced prices Dont forget the Date Thursday May 5th Remember the days Thursdays of each week always something new at astonishing Cash prIces I3alm L j nn That we are Richmonds leaders in the race for first place in the clothing business V m is a fact wellknown to practically everyman and boy in Madison county + Few stores in Kentucky outside of Louisville carry stocks of such magnitude as ours and this large A T3 dealing which puts us in touch with the foremost clothing makers of America gives usAJ advantages in buying and selling not surpassed in any city however large These advantages are strikingly shown in our vast collection of fine Spring and Summer Suitsa collection 5 so extensive and so well selected that every man readily finds just the thing his fancy calls for with an assortment jm II of sizes so skillfully adapted to every variation of shape and build that a perfect Fit is assured without the delay y and extra cost madetoorder clothes Prices range from reliably cheap up to the very finest vui 810 125O 15 18 20 25O mW Its a loss of good cash to have your suit made to measure well Fit you better with superior quality for fc mless money Try usLStylish Furnishings No house leads us in style or quality of the smaller articles of mens attire The very latest in Shirts Neckwear Gloves Sus penders Belts Hosiery Underweareverything de manded by style or comfort in spring and summer wear Our Barkers Brand of pure linen collars are the finest two for a quarter collars made Try them Agents for Perrins fine French Kid Gloves I 6OUJ 1 Following Rates in Effect via L Frankfort May 16 17 and 13 limited to 21 one fare plus 25 cents round trip iccount Kel Conclave Louisville May and 2 limited May daysfromone and onethird fare plus 25 ets account Races and Republican State Con ventionNashville Teuii May 10 11 and 12 limited ten days from date of Rale one fare plus 25c round trip account South ern Baptist convention Hullalo N Y May 8 9 and 10 limited May 23 one fare plus 50 cts round- trip account International Convdntion Y M C A- Carthage or Joplin Mo May 18 to 24 limited May 30 one fare plus 50 cts BaptistBrethrenAtlantic City N J July 10 and 11 limited 23 one fare plus SI round trip MysticSimriimeJ W HAMILTON Agent UNION MrHicks isorganiziiigsinuing clashes at Viney Fork Waco and Union City Mrs Thornton Jones of Covington is visiting her mother Mrs James No land Mr Andrew Adams of Winchester visited his sister Mrs William Dunn SundayMr Baxter who lisa been kept at home by sickness lor some time will soon be out again We learn at time last moment before sending these items that Mrs Chas Waller is barey alive Our mail carrier Mr West brought lot of fine river fish and suppliedour city Thursday Topeat Mr Luther Henry of Winchester purchased two good horses in the neighborhood Saturday Mr Henry is quite a horseman The Hrle of Mr Harvey Laiiter was well attended Saturday and property brought good prices Mr Barrel Mil lian was auctioneer A largo crowd attended the funeral services of Mr Haden Turpin Satur day Elder J W Harding of WIn- chester conducted the services Mr Webber Hamilton of Carlisle were at home Sunday on account of the serious illness of their sister Mrs John Waller E Deatherane pays the highest price for wool tf Federal Court The following cases were disposed ol- in the Federal Court last week- L Hnntcharged with embezzling Postoffice fundseix months in Madison county jail and tine 5020 Willis Waikins embezzling postof lice funds one year in jail Jane Roe retailing liquor thirty days in jail and 100 line line suspen ded Ludlow Napier robbing mall one year in Louisville Industrial School re formSmith Clay retailing liquor thirty days in jail and 100 tine fine suspended E die Hurst distilling without bOnd thirty days in jail Fleming Miller selling liquor thirty days in jail and 100 fine Ed Mitchell selling liquor thirty day in jail and 100 fine Buck Aikman selling liquor thirty days in jail and 100 fine Rube Rose distilling without bond thirty days HI jail Alex Fugate djstilling without bond thirty dave in jail Zone Farris selling liquor three months lu jail and 100 fine Hiram Under sell ng liquor thirty days and 100 fine fine uppenJed Mary Wallace selling liquor tnlrtv days in jail and 100 fine fine suspend ed Cuss Gabbard selling liquor thirty days iu jail S100fina i j Strayed From my place near the MnJison County Stock Yards a black yearling steer with horns Reward Joe Chenault lOmtf Richmond Ky Belles of the Regiment A former Richmond boy Wood Ballard now of Lexington is gaining a rep utation ass writer Mr Ballard has for quite a whilo been associated with different papers and magazines but his la irst success in the literary field is that of a playwright HP is the composer of The Belles of the Regiment a military musical comedy which will be presented by the talented students of State College at the Lexington Opera House on May Oth Mr Ballard is a son of Mr John C Ballard formerly of this city and is a grandson of Captain PP Ballard He has many relatives here among them a brother Mr J 0 Bal lard Jr His many friends are very glad to know of his success and the rep utatioc ht s gaining as a writer ot note Society tvent ot The Season On FridNy evening May 13th Miss Minnie Dikes music class will present the comic upera The Doctor of Al cantara tit the Grand Opera House This opera was written by Julius Eioh erg imuid is full of beautiful and catchy music The cast is made up of some of Richmonds most talented young society people and everything promises fur splendid attraction The scone is liiitl in Spain and the story is that ofa beautiful Senorita who has her many ups and downs in her love affairs bpr parents having betrothed her to one unknown to her and whom she failed to like The costuming is all Spanish anl will be very attractive TIme music will be under the direction of Mrs Chit Akers and the caste is as follows Doctor Paracelsus Alex Denny Donna Lucrezia the doctors wife Miss Kate Smith Isabella their daughter Miss Minnie Dykes Inez the maid Miss Carlisle Chenault Caclos in love with Isabella Professot Hutcheson Senor Balthazar Carlos father A B Farris Don FoniMiso a lawyer J Donaldson Allman Pirpz i Evans- Saticlia lIIrtersJoe Watts Serenaders Chorus Citizens etc There will be In all about twenty five people and the opera will be sure to be well attended The New Masonic Order Members of time Masonic bodies will be interested in a new order just launched at Topeka by a body composed of 200 charter members It is sailed the Ancient roltec Riteaml it bears to the higher bodies of Masonry ibout the same relation as that ot the Eastern Star to the blue lodges This means that it admits the womankind of Masons and to belong to it a woman mutt be the wife daughter sister or widow of a thirtysecond degree Simon or Knight Templar while the male member trust have reached to one of these degrees The rite is in three degrees con structed with particular reference to mixed comnnny of ladies and gentle men At Topeka on Thursday nIght Ihpe degrees were exemplified before a class qf iro forming a really brillian assembly Not the least effective o the ensemble were the rich costumei worn by the ladies who formed thi working teams The degrees are lIra maticia their character giving room for pretty tableaux as well as the rit ialisfic work of the order The council established at Topeka the first on in the United States am it is launched with the idea that it wil epreart throughout the country unde the Eanction of the authorities in Hi aonry Charters have already heir applied for by several Kansas tuwn having commanderies or bodies of tti tl1trty second degree t = J J Walk= OverSHOESThese two brands constitute the greatest shoe combination possibleeachone is v the best of its class V Hanans are recognized everywhere as the worlds finest shoes for men All the tnewest styles always in stock5 to 6 WalkOvers have no equal in shoes costing less than five or six dollars They are the worlds finest and best for the price35Oand 4 We have a great stock of other fine shoes in all styles of lasts and leathers from 2to3 J And plenty of the best soft easy work shoes at 125 SJ50 and 175 1 1 t U II I II V II 11 A FJJL I IAN 1tCLOTIHNG CITY ThompsonCharles brt For County Judge As Judge J C Chenault is connected with TUB CLIMAX we use the following notice from the Kentucky Register concerning his announcement for Coun ty Judge hIn this issue of the Register ourread ers will find the announcement of Hon Jno C Cheault for the office of County Judge subject to the action of the action of the Democratic party Judge Chenault is too well known a man both as a gentleman and a judge to need any eulogy upon his merits as such Coming of staunch Democratic stock he has all his life put his shoulder to the wheel in every effort made by his party for advancement and has been on time firing line amid tha smoke of every battle To the office of County Judge he has been oncepre viously elected and his administration of its ofilcialroutine won the most favorable comment from all sources So successful was he on the bench that since leaving it for other and imperative duties he has been repeatedly urged by his friends to again offer himself as a candidate but not until now has he felt that lie could give to the office the careful consideration it demands lie has now at length yielded to the importunities of his admirers and announces his candidacy relying on his record and his services to the party to again elevate him tothe oflice of County Judge Decoration Day Decoration day will be observed at the College 11111 Cemetery on May 28 There will be memorial services at the Methodist church at hat place on the same day at 2 p m Grand Jurys Report The grand jury submits the following report as to the jailand offices of the County and Circuit clerks We visited the jail and we find it in a splendid condition in every particular It is clean well oared for the floors are kept well mopped and scrubbed and the whole building presents a poliihed and fresh appearance The prisoners are well fed thdir diet is wholesome the beds are clean and they are held in good discipline Jailer Lackey and his deputies are faithful in the discharge of their duties Whilst they are firm with the prison ers they are kind to them and the prisoners attest good tri tnient We have never seen the jail in better condition We commend Jailer Lackey and his polite deputies in the faithful discharge of their duties and the splen did condition of the jail We have vis- Ited the Clerks offices and we find them in splendid condition The clerks and their deputies in both offices are polite sober and attentive gentlemen faithful in the discharge ot every duty imposed upon them by law The books and papers in their custody are splen didly kept and they are doing their whole duty E GVMiLUOK Foreman ApI 2204 A MerryOoRfluHi Among the attractions that have ited our town none meets with a heart ier reception than the splendid merry goround which is located on East Slain street near the L N depot This is one of the nicest affairs of this kind that ever came liars It is all brand new and is an improvement over the old kinds t A faster Who is OK of The Joys Rev Martin Hardin son of General P Watt Hardin and a well known loge orator and athlete in his youwr days ot a dozen years ago has wn doubtful fame in a new role THIN time he is a hero in a toll ie and thereby hangs a tale Ha is prow Ing for the largest church in Chariot N C and In a recent gao of bie ball between the of UKl- city and the University of Sooth Ci r olina it seems that the Charto te catcher was accidentally injured a a critical stage of the game and tb re was no sub to take his place VIm it looked like he game would have to be forfeited Rev Hardin threw off is Prince Albert donned a swaaMr n caught a faultless game Not only UH be rapped out a home run in toe sin miming that won the same He wi carried from the Held by the vlctorio team and when they asked him hi they might repay him he saidJ h occupying the front seat at church m 1 Sunday Some of the older meiniM shook their heads dubiously when tb t heard of the incident aiiKMig them + ing the father of the captain of UK team of the leading deacon Bu when he saw them like their sent in the amen corner led by their eaptam he came over to the preachers sid and the Charlotte Sentinel says that there was not a criticisms from a s1nk one of the nineteen hundred eommuii icante For Shampooing Manicuring Fi clal Massage and all kinds of toilet req nisitee call on Mu Alice Jones Jit x door to Plggs grocery on Slain stree 20otf rlthir1 t1ffJi FIij FP1WJ 1dj 1AfflLEEl iijp The fact that fashion has TlrtJIset stamp on jj EIoes 2 amcnes pai and the numerous other veily materials now on the market supremetiamong Grays followed by Browns Blues etc ItSJl TflP will be very popular during the spring and sum H Kage rOr lUOnairS mer Thw patterns are all that could be de HM sired and the dust shedding qualities make this a very desireble material EiPERSIAN BANDS increase in popularity as the season advances WAIST SETS Wrist Purses Sash Pins Brooch Pins Tie Pins Neck Sfp in popular priced Jewelry lI1 jm The most effective Belts this season are the Hi wide crush both in leather and fabrics oil 1IEmbroidered Canvas with small figures in Russian cross stitch at 25c E A beautiful set of Collar andCuffs in wash material The 3 piece set for 25cii1HijHl Our assortments of new Choice Dress Goods were never so complete- D fso comprehensive so interesting Call in to see Iii fj Ei Call onceYou will always call t i1 rr W J Ji ei gai University one Chains Stocks us DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITSUCLOAKS fURS WRAPS c L 1 Ji LT 1w- rr 1 = C = L4 v = s r 10 juJ T I- OJ W = 1c q r i T J rW L nun iI I t n W EVANS IK ltcw Firmc A c A Magnificient tock of Goods J Everything for the home beautiful V can be found in our store y vc 5 I t and our prices will suitI c everybody ItB Ir m We are at home at Joplints old stand on- t Main street and we guarantee the best p y andmost polite attention t ciNew Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 30 and 35c Full Ball Bearings cqhie us a call g Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky tJ plcm cE For sale by R S BROWNtKirksvillet Ky 7Ir 14 N 18 UpperJ L WATSON Price KeduciwBS Extraordinary Pur b1lItt vrfNi HIUHOIHHIK in Itt hi Wenr Suits skirt Dry GiMMiti ih Spring iiMrl tt Styles So flfleetive m Igi anct finiHli MI jaunty an l Hitrwi v art Itt e ttttaily 10 Vr Uriiiiii that one hilly wv n iMiIsr tw iul Iir II fl- 4yt full tlhhil Midi RHlirifnetorv lit tnIets ilpituItin quality rtve situ Work mi iiulp Inini tin Irt- hr nxwv r i Imv Our prii Hr tkw hI Niii you nrr invited to it pet nr irntit4Iko ttk Wash Goods Linen Suitings Ortnni ii8 2Vv otiou oilIt ratfnvorit thi OIHSII ttiehwork wniif or ciUr 251 Kifniretl and plain irwin Vtiles 15 nwrfecllv ft 1oItNI 1rv te irHltIf Great eoUion of Iialtlriu An Important Offering Fwii ii Iii tin hnsi nx It iKiii in rIP VMH v of lMirabl elUwrx at eWlv ti4 t lust reunliir VHII Onus iwl T lneH in Itlnck Drt Ooo M 2 Fi L i New Is The Time to Hot via Iron The spaw at liieat and is imw in full lila Climate un Hit r tMdl lr nvw St lilly at 82 p in rhH rn III IMS tldii 1J hiKirri oilier last dally liera tare can obtalnml by calling on or D PA 410 O to via Ry way i W mist rates in effect on first and third in each Oil address T W Trav Pass 81 K Main SI Kv u + + + AT+ + + IN most of can be Water on Tap St t of Siinirt Kew Tweed NiiiineK 38 wide Aw light wHglii and just Iii IIIH trial hI a sti tet fiiit or trav liiia ifffM Ilhh Vnrstwl 50 indievalnti lir 75c pr v mlWind CN liw ilnin ftaii l W reuulnr SIW v fur Uli All wool Voile ncn sprint MlimlM 41 incliPH Eta tOuts Vjis hnnvii gray nary aral tun 44 ili1is wjtls wurth Tltnr for 50 indie rtI anil IMIc Crepe dn Inrix til rnlor mnl of 26 illchall mnircllu nat ural steel mil value rir 2t5 350 1I11C1t 275 lsr and gun inetiil inwl 111111IIf Park or National Silk r aiilar S8 tl 7 awnls for this atS4 SO ad ti5 Mens Umbra irk Silk S5 irradf f8 50 ArlNtic Dressmak hit designed by Mmlnm Mker J WATSONI Upper Lexington Kv t J t V J 7Jf 1 79 1 ij When are g to Paint 6L 1 1PREPARED HOUSE PAINT is unequaled for Durability r fill 11Mth S N Louisville Ky kFor Sale by TV LEEDS 8 if i 7 Visit Spring Arkansas Mountain Keote ii the NHtiunal IIwHllli leHSiire Hesort irmisHI Sprin IJIK makini Theu train iHaiiilsome tiastrittttva IIB free addisinirAJAirAciiiKK Vnlimt street Citifinnati Rates the West and Southwest Round trip aIlono IneMiays month Call or nEwS Acent Txinirlon CALL JONES MERSHONSi WHEN and drinks that found dispensedbydation leonine Saratoga Kept Phone 39nd Lexington Kentucky Suitings indies wiIrtMI and fancy ioloring hwidesliw wiil50e UlHkHllfl citWfHi SjriiiHii hIsi498i SpecialIale Umbrellas ilifs silk Imiille rttgiiliirSS Umhrella iolil trim 33iinh Indies TailnoiiK HiMdially L 8O North JK you ing use It Finish F F T oy VAL BLA TZ + Richmond Ky 7K1 Reduced Southern HomeKeukers SALOON PARLOR TOWN Coolest refreshing sss1 Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk crs stable on Irvine street and see the best hred and the best breeding horse in the country Farwood 16796 standardand registered is a chestnut stal lion 16 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Have your old vehicle repainted and new rubber tires to take the place of the old worn out steel tires you art now using andyon will have a new conveyance tar spring and summArI Ihe Rionh mod Iarriatfe Works will do the work at prices that will astonish you tiiitisfactinii guaranteed tf S L MiUKiFF Prop Be sure to mliii your wool toCo niKlon Arnold Bro They will pay von rash for it SOatf KILL THE COUCHIAND CURE KingsNew I FOB c ONSUMPTION OUGHt and OLDS IIPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUB LES or MONEY BACK J For eala by R O teckton i 000 I 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 No No2 No 3- No5 rlo 6 No 7 No8No No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 WOo 19 No 20- No 21 No 22 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 No 30 A twostory frame residence contain ing 6 room and two haiti In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet email barn Price 1000 SOl lees than original cost- A twostory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets In Rich mond lies all necessary outbuild- Ing A great bargain for anyone de- sIring a nice borne Two nice residences near Main street 1and only three squares from court house A more deMnble location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain SI20 will bay a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price MS Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price I200 Good farm containing about 130 acres bsrn and other im pmVEmentaIn fine locality Price t500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve mentx Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price HAOO Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price 1000 each mod cottage in firstclass condition iisterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctiy Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price S3fO Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap- A four room cottage and seven acres of land five ares in grass and two in gardn good orchard and grape arbor nil necessary out bnilding This property Is situated In n thriving vlllnge where churches aid schools are convenient Price tsoo One of the nicest residences In Richmond ronbiining ght rooms cityLotA twostory residence in good l Lot 120xlf feet All necessary nut Iralld ns Price J2SWI A nice residence for nnyonp desir ing n Meal homo One cf the best 6i nstr tttied ulldlngs in Richmond well improved Price 2200 neighhritodCo toge on a nice resident street eonixlnlng four rooms and neces sary Hit nlliings Ian IIP IurchaKed n the installment plan A great iMrgnlii at SI 180 Will nxtnt resilience for purchaser An iileal cottage lot five rooms beautiful yard and all necewary utliulldingsiiicludlng good stable anti cistern Price 1201 Will sell on Installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser N ice residence on a 4acre lot con taiiiiiig veven rooms and two porches KituHted III bet re ldenn IKMtianof city Stable coal b nse and all other necessary out build- Ings A great liargain for anyone dtniring a nine home Farm containing S0f acres eight mil s from thin city This hind is andisland a small residence and other necessary outbuildings Het In county Loca1ltvI Flour and grist mill county SjbarrH eaimcity HoOd lug 3 stories covered with Iron built y ars ago Steam and watrpower the latter three moiihx of thEI year It Is Hn uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn anti meal mcmllug 5 rooms All forPSO or S600 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash has fine trade No mill In 10 miles Also n 60lmrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate in very particular and good dwelling with improvements and W acre or fine land Clog to Southern railroad Price InIthrough plan leaving Sncres on one side with 2story 5roon houxe and oranges eache pears plum grapes hearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room tory house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for SWlii or the 6 acres for or the 5 acres for 1160 325 acres In Allen countv Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about rSiii timber and grass and about 160 in grass Tim ber on place is cut to inches but shitiglestiesfor tlie place twice over A large partis fence There are4 dwell Inlsf rooms each and one tore of two stories with rooms a bore has wells and springs for water Is III growstohaccnfor 2201 Onehalf rash A handsome twostory frame dwel inst containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entiie house good yard and all outbuildings BsRichmond for warding necEsaryI Following Special Rates in Effect via L N One way Colonist lo the Southwest February 16 March and 15 aprIl 5 and 19 also to Kansas and Misxonri on same lateR J W Hamilton Aginit TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fff We are pleased to state that it is on sale al the following places in Madison county Arbuckle i Simmons Searcr Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whitlock John tapp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewitt LA Wearren iC Sic Wharter BIckner 5 Early JTCoy nUdft House View nhoNwby nithton Paint Uck- allaceton Li 60 S J EXPreCE I J MARIc3LCOPYRIGHTS 4c mayquicklyommunlcatlonastrtctlyconatlentlaL sent free Oldest agency for secnrlnepatents PatenU taken to receive theScientific A handsomely Illustrated weekly Iaicest cir of any sdenUOc Journal Teitni S3 ayear four months fL ball newHdealers YorkDrench Weak Heartseveryonecan remember when It was simple indiges othearttraceable to but are the direct result of Indigestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and thelacartThb thatdelicatestoosachroublosndwasina fourI8CIIthJoKo4oI Digeets Whet YOB Eat and relieves the stomach of all nsrvotH strain and the heart of all preasure BottIos only S 100 Size ho1din 2 Ws tile trial aIze WhIch sells for SDe Prarsd by L 0 DWITT St 00 OHH3ABO 1oesIebyPerryThonia i i J MAN EATS TOO MUCH RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS BY AK EASTERN PROFESSOR Averape Individual Consumes Two or Three Times Food He Needs Thereby Undermining Health and Happiness The average man eats from two to three times as much food as he needs to keep him In perfect physical and mental health and vigor If he will divide an ordinary meal into three meals he will be healthier and happier and never will have a grouch Such is the contention of Prof Russell H Chittenden director of the Sheffield scientific experiljments a paper the National Academy of Sciences at Washington recently describing the re suits of his experiments He also called attention to his own health and vigor and declared he had been experimenting on himself by cutting down the amount of his own food The professor said three classes of 6erallproressors meat and other proteid foods with lit tie increase in starch and other foods In pearly all the tests No fixed regimen was in case the endeavor sUbIijectlasted from six months until nearly a year and were concluded only a few days ago the entire lot of men who had been Prof Chittendeas subjects were in the best of health Their weight In some cases was al most exactly the same as when the ex periments were begun and in some slightly lower Their bodily vigor was greater and their trength was much greater partly owing to their regular physical exercises during the experi ments and partly owing Prof ChItten den believes to the less amount of food eatenThe dally consumption of food at the close of the experiments was much less than the recognized standard and from a third to half as much as the average man eat- sSWEARSOFFIN STREET Pittsburg Magistrate Helps a Young Friend to Take Pledge in Full View of Crowd During the late hours one afternoon recently when the financial district of Pittsburg was crowded with persons having business with the beaks and brokers an interesting scene was en acted in view of the crowd A young man who for some months had been too ing steadily on wine while it was red came to the conclu- sIon that he had been having a big time long enough With his mind firmly made up to swear oft he started for a Foiyth avenue building In which he had been told a position was awaiting him provided he could assure the man in charge that he would attend to business At Wood street and Fourth avenue he ran into a police magistrate and told him of his resolve The magistrate suggested that he take a pledge to stop drink ing for six months to help him keep the obligation To this the young man consented and in view of the pedes trians the youth removed his hat and raised his had repeating the words of a pledge as the magistrate spoke themAt the conclusion of the ceremony the youth wet to the office and told the man In charge he had taken the pledge before the magistrate at the street corner He was put to wark MANY PAUPERS IN LONDON Nearly 700000 Persons Received Aid in England and Wales in One Month Recently A further reading of the British dis tress barometer has been issued in the form of an official white paper giving the latest statistics of pauperism This shows that at the end of January tha number of persons in receipt of either indoor or outdoor relief in England and Wales was 769029 the highest total at the corresponding period of the year since 1895 Put In another way 230 out of every 1000 inhabitants in England and Wales were at the end of January last classed as paupersJudged by these returns London takes a very poor position for at the end of January 117367 paupers or nearly a seventh of the whole number in England and Wales were resident in London In London indeed there were 254 paupers to every 1000 in habitants compared with the propor tion already mentIcnod of 230 for the rest of the country Buttons to Boom a Town Anderson Ind has adopted a novel means of securing new industries Cel luloid buttons were secured and sold at the price of one dollar each to the citi zens and the funds secured in this way amounting to 50000 will be used as bonus money for new enterprises The town has grown over double In the past 12 years and the citizens will try to repeat the trick in the next ten Masses Versus Classes A Yale professor is credited with saying that the masses eat too much He said this doubtless according to the Chicago Tribune for tile benefit of the classes The people are mighty B K Duncan and Lyman Parrish have opened firstclass livery stable on Irvine Kireet betwemi S coinl and Third and ik the public foi H share f their tar tiast Both art expe rienced workmen Satisfaction unaran toed6a3n ATTNTIO N We have moved ourproduce business from time East End of Main street to rim Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Jive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are Uje leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street JX jsalY RICHMOND KY 1 ii t iffb d HERES A BABY Its Mother is Well The baby is healthy because during the period of gstation its mother uscil the popular anti purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening relaxing lin intent a muscle maker iuvig orator and i resl rner It puts new powei into theback and hips of a coming mother It is applied ext really only there is no dosing and swallowing of nasty drugs no inward treatment at allIThe state of the mother during gestation may influence the disposition and future of the child that is one reason why moth ers should watch their condition and avoid pain Her health that of the child and lives depend on keeping free front pain worry and melancholy Be oi good cbeer strong of heart and peaceful mind Mothers Friend can and will make you so Bearing down morn ing sickness sore breast and insomnia art all relieved by this wonderful remedy Of tsU at fl00 per bottl- eernlforourtookiiotherhood free tilE nSADFUD RrntlLATOR ATLANTA 04 IW THE WENTUCkY MINES Work to Continue at Old Wages Until Agreement Is Reached Central City Ky April 28tlhe miners and operators of district No 23 reconvened here The miners officials reported that they were not In a posI- tion to accept either proposition submitted and the convention adjournci to give the miners officials opportunity to take the vote of the men as to wnether or not any of the propositions should be accepted After this vote Is taken the officers of both sides will meet to fix a wage scale in the event either proposition is accepted If all proposition are rejected the miners officials will notify the operators on or before May 16 Work is to con tinue in the mines at the old wago scale of W03 ttie wages to be adjust ed to the now scale if a settlement la reached dating back to April 1 A HARMLESS SHOT It Was Fired a Year Ago and It Resulted In a Duel Owingsviile Ky April 28Aboutyear ago it is alleged that Price Moore passed Louis Coles residence on In dian creek In Perry county and fired his revolver Nothing was said about the matter and the two men became neighbors and friends A night or two ago they attended a dance and while thero Cole asked Moore If he did the shooting Moore denied it and Cola pulled his revolver Moore fired first however Instantly killing Cole Moore has not been arrested The City Held Liable Frankfort Ky April 2S Judge Cantrlli in the circuit court here Wed nesday rendered a decision in the case of Coulter auditor vs the City of Frankfort in which he holds the city liable for state tax on 40000 worth of bonds of the Central Gas and Elefctrlc Light Co owned by the city and for 14000 on the Capital opera house Tho tax Is for five years To Remove Western Union Poles Louisville Ky April 2SThe man agement of the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg Is said to be pro paring for the removal of the Western Union poles and wires from its right of way A surveyor the Louisville division with this purpose in view is said to have been made some days ago INew Interurban Line Ky April 8W K Az bill of Columbia left for Frankfort Wednesday to incorporate the Colum bia Lebanon Interurban Railway Co with a capital of 1000000 The road will be 44 miles long and will connect with the Louisville Nashville In Lebanon RustIF Rust aged 68 died Wednesday daughterIness with pneumonia He had been tobacjyears Boycott Case Settled Louisville Ky April 28The suit of the Home Tobacco Warehouse Co against the Louisville Tobacco Ware house Co and the Louisville Loaf To bacco Exchange for 35000 damages for alleged boycott was compromised Wednesday for 2250 and costs Will Ride Conjurer In Derby Lexington Ky April 28 Writing to his parents hero from Nashville Jockey Luclcn Lyne says he will ride Brancas for William Gerst in the Kan sas City Derby on Saturday and Con jurer for Capt Brown in the Kentucky Derby at Louisville on Monday Two Candidates For Congress Newport Ky April 28The democrats of the Sixth congressional dis trict of Kentucky held two conventions Wednesday to nominate a candi date for congress The result was the selection of two candidates John T Hedge and Joseph L Rhinock Death of Banker S E Trice HopklnBville Ky April 28Steph en E Trice a retired banker and one of the wealthiest and most prominent citizens of Hopkinsville Is died at the ago of 84 years He was a native of Providence Tenn and came to this 65 IWesta sure for West Liberty as the required amount has been made up and the site has been bought The church asked for 4250 and the site which has been secured Girl Attempts Suicide Mayking Ky April 28ln Pike county east of here Nary Moore at tempted suicide on her sweethearts grave by taking arsenic Her sweet heart Silas Coleman died last week They were to have been married on April 29 Aged Federal Soldier Dad Columbia Ky April 28Capt J S Chapman who served in the federal army died at his home in this county He was 74 years old and was a native of Tennessee Thirtyfive years of his life were spent in this county Life Sentence For ONeal Scottsville Ky April 28 George ONeal was given a life sentence in the circuit court here for the killing of Martin Brown near Alexandria in February last In Korea t dbg meat Is iii great ro 4uest at certain seasons i t F oO I COPPER MIXTURE EFFECTIVE Experiments Show Its Value In Ex terminating Fever Germs and Mosquitoes Experiments on the efficacy of an old formula known as the Bordeaux mix ture for the purification of water and the destruction of the fever germs as well as mosquitoes In stagnant pools and marshes are under way in New York city Members of the medical profession are watching the work with Interest but no definite report has yet been made by the chemical division of the health department and the offi cials say the work has not progressedI far enough to establish the discovery made recently by the agricultural deportment at Washing ton It is claimed by officials of the lat ter department that the mixturea preparation of copper sulphate lime and water used for many years In spraying fruit treesIs shown by the work of experts In the south to be an absolute eradIcator of typhoid fever and malaria germs and that the water systems of large cities can be purified at small expense Owing to danger In the use of the formula exceptby experts It never has been tried on water until recently when a government agent visited the south in hope of finding means of de- stroyIng a disease reported to be attacking watercress and other aquatic vegetation His report showed that the mixture not only destroyed the fever germs In an hour but caused all frog slime in the ponds to sink and clarified the water so that It could be used for the table The officials claim as a result onp of the greatest strides In recent years toward improving the public health- HANDKERCHIEF I TRAVELS PAR Indiana Family Has a Peculiar Heirloom with an Interesting- History The IaroundInd having been received by Harry T Coffin a business man The handkerchief has a history and has traveled more extensively perhaps than any person in the country Fifteen years ago It in some manner came Into the possession of some members of the family and immediately it was started from one member of tie family to an other each In turn working It off on some other member without his knowledge In this manner It has been kept on the go for IS years and has been to Manila Porto Rico England and all points in the United States During the Coffin family reunion here last summer it was slipped into the trunk of a New York representative of the family who several weeks later discovered it and sent It on with the result that it went around the world reached Omaha where a member of the family lives and finally arrived at Newcastle as above stated The family considers it a relic and will keep it traveling as long as there Is a member of the family living to send It to It bears a proper Inscription and each recipient adds a little to it each time A LONG WALK TO HEALTH Consumptive Tramps Over 10000 Miles and Finds Himself Cured of Dread Disease Charles E Norris who has walked more than 10000 miles to cure himself of consumption believes he has accom plished the cure but will continue the tramping He Is now bound for New York where stateIafflicted with consumption He removed to Salt Lake City and to Los An geles In a futile endeavor to improve his health His wife died and in 1901 when he was told he could AugustI three months he resolved to Ing and to die on the road in to better himself if possible He then weighed 98 pounds At first he was so weak he could go only a short distance But the fresh air for he also slept in the open when he could soon gave him new strength and he has been walking ever since He now weighs 139 pounds and is in robust health but says he feels the necessity of keeping in the open and exercising constantly to keep alive His record shows that he has tramped 10250 miles SHOWS ARMED STRENGTH English Statistican Estimates the Armed Forces of Several European Nations Mr ArnoldForster supplies the fob lowing statistics of the strength of the various armies named and the peace budget of each country Peace War Cost British 19045 217000 300000 28830000 German 3224000 318 04 5 Austrian 325245 2WWOW 1749319S French 602120 3200000 27653196- Italian 226637 1900COO 11277656 The numbers shown under war Include all men who have served In the regular army and who could be called upon to rejoin that army in time of warIn the cases of Germany and France the troops serving abroad are not in cluded either in the numbers or the cost and to the German budget should be added about 5000000 for pen sions The AllImportant Point A French scientist announces that men may live to be hundreds of years old If they will only drink plenty of sea water Unfortunately however remarks the Chicago RecerdHerald he has neglected to explain whether It should be boiled or not LIVER TROUBLESIfindTedfordsfl1aclDraUgbt acixHl medicine for li er drease He red my on aftnrhehad spat flOnnrithdnctor It is allfw med lobe I takeoIUS A OLINE UABTr Parkersburg W Vs If your liver does not act reg ularly to your dniceist and secure a package of Thcdfords BlackDrautrht and take a dose tonight This great family frees the constipated bowels stirs up the liver and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of impurities and strengthen the kid flevs A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and coritapion Weak kidneys result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent- package of Thedfords Dlack- Drougbt should always be kept in the house I led The Jfords Black Draught for liver and kdnEY com plaints sad found nothing to excot It WILLIAM COFFMAN Mar blebead 1- 11THEPFORD3 5LACff DRAUUT hru f C 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 The purchase price of a cooking range For the modestshould be considered j heme or pala least of all by a family of 0hal residence small means 0 of and Fine A Test To save n life Pr T O Merrilt of Mn Meboopanv PII trade a startling tt resulted in a wonderful dire He writes n patIent was nttnrkecl will violent hemorrhages caused bv nlpe ration of tip slnnimh I hail often TreBrrihe them The patient from the fir t nd isa tot hltank in 14 monte Eleotrii are posMvelv minronteert for sin Tnrlvpestion rnnstip lion nnri Ki1 nev troubles Trv them Onlv V etc at tt O Stocktons Drug Store 1m Even the fair sex may he unfair It a pretty sharp womAnthat cant he flattered To the Public I uleqire to call your special attention to the tact that he Season for lion e painting and panerinsr i drawing rinse and no doubt you anil papering the exterior and of your residence this spring and as I know of no hatter or safer WilY to Invest areflRonanl nmonntof money tlinn this I ileair tireininH VOfl asrain of the fact Unit am still in the paint jog anti wall piper huqineCs ami am thoroughly prepared to furnsh yon es timates free of nbartre and do your painting and wall paper liancintr at very reasonable prices AP employ none hut firstclass workmen and use only the heat materials in and on all work Iulo Iran ami will guarantee trooil re nlis and periect set isfaction on work I may do for you aiid therefore ask you for at least a share of your work promising von in return for your money value received A full and complete line of the newest deinns in wall paper of all kind antI colors of pure white lead PRint alwnvn on hand Thanking you for past pit ronac anl for a continunnoe of same this year I am- Yours very W L LEKDS Store and shop West Irvine street between Second atid Third For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied bv Mr T A Robinson tour Q RrtBht An ideal country for cheap homes Land at 5 HO 15 per acre grows corn cotton wheat oats grasses fruits and Stock range 10 months in the jear Southeast Missouri Arkansas Lin ijiana and Texas are full of opportu ntties the climate jt mild the sol is rich the lands art cheap Low Rates about half fare via the twice a month first and third Ties days For literature maps and oxcnrslnn raes writ to O T PACotton Belt Cincinnati O w LiQ l rIJ To the cost ot a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The stan dard 3ecause the Majestic is built riihtail the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself In fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no a outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX fe PENSIVE jjgj Call and see them at store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is and without an equal on marketArbuckle Simmons Ky o g g e J t HAVfYOUBOUGHT YOURSpIRING SUIT IIf not do not until you have seen our line of Alfred Cos for Men 6 We have for Men and Boys use of J Mens Suits 850 to 30 Mens Rain Coats 10 to 30 Largest Line a a and SHIRTSI Goods in oJ Sole Agents Youmans Hat- sLOUIS f f x GUS STRAUSLexingtons Tailors Startling forlullleninpll contemplate IRinlinlI all respectfully ifSliR Arkansas Texas Louisiana vegetables HomeSeekers eo4cxo XAk rtescriptive lL SCHAEFER Majesticthe everywhere rrour thea Sole Agents Richmond Benjamin Correct Clothing everything o- fHATS NECKWEAR Central Kentucky For Leading Clothiers L1 H1 Bli NTON 11 DEALER IN ICoal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cm nt Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetssprao irrPhone 80I IHALCSAfi11ir adglossyA Ialways restores color to gray hairua 1 aJ1J Call and see the ass 51 1T TaQT and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is lined and why it will use onehalf the ice that it taLes to run the socalled Refrigerator of f IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK which absorbs all the moisture anH makes it- ecyAs a x csk thc We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined 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