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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 18, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904051801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, May 18, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i u b THE RICHMOND cLIMAXI IIII7JJ tlighest + Quality L floods l 7I I7I7I Lackey and i Hamilton 11 the of i of the fot the ffi + E g s + I We are z + d I = Z 2s i7 I + The latest things in Dress 1E Snit1 gs ietc all grads and zfwe are i 11 cauy showing some very Lawns for the coming sea prices from 5e per yard up line of the newest things in Trimming Braid and Medallions Em 4 Ribbons and Laces at all from Ic tper yd up 1 We have just receivedour s1 New The X best values lo be had 11- 1flliS J rens plain M 7A lJ The habit of buying good goods is cultivated by trading at the Hustling Cash + You have getting theVlost1best price ready SpringGoods I Goods Novelty Vnistfprices 3kat Large broideries prices Spring Hosiery Misses nn1Chil1 fancy ribbed Flosieryf Our Carpet and Lace Cur tain Department CarpetsrIiup Rugs nBc 125 150 S2and un II LACE ill CURTAINS Cottage Poles for 10 cts The largest line of Trunks Suit Cases and Valises shown in the city Trunks 1nOand up a nice 24inch Suit Case at 125 Tele scopes and Valises all prices We have secured some of the best factory lines of SHOES to be had Style the latest quality the highes wear price nhvavs the lowest Our TILT shoes for men at 350 to 85 are the best ssfsz ever shown in the city Try one and you will always wear them ssfx II Clothing pair complete Telescopes satisfactory FAMOUS IiiQpair Clothing men boys Tand youths is immense Our prices will surprise you Mens nobby suits 7 made of materials at 4nS Better goods at prices just as rea 7hsonable Suits made to order and fit guaranteed M TOur prices are the very that can be made on all r qualities of goods We cordially invite you to give us a look rA means the purchase of a bargain for you 7h L 7 Our Motto is to Please IVeryRespectfully lACKEY AND HAMILTON dk t L 7 1 7Jf j Ii 71i 1 ffi 7 Fffi 7 Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen up their homes with new n U f b PIt3 PWer 9 Etc I I I am now prepared to do this kind of work at most rea scnable prices mo r I Outside and Inside Painting Papering Varnishing Etc L I0 2IP 1L 7 Orders left at BL Mtddeltons will be promptly attended jt jf toiC e MILLER ufiNCRiSCfNiRO f AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY SHORTEST ROUTE AND QUICKEST SCHEDULES CINCINNATI KNOXVILLE CHATTANOOGA CHARLESTON f f ATLANTA SAVANNAH BIRMINO HAJACKSONVILIBSHR-EVEPORT i NEW ORLEANS 7 and TEXAS POINTS FOR INFORMATION ADDRESS Gee E Clarke TIDAdagE Main Street LxIteWAGarrett WC Rlnecraen clGeneral Manager CINCINNATI General Pwsenger Agent t c p t CL iI mt Very Lowest Pirces Store advantage 48c per Our stock for of Spring i wearing lowest look r A Sure Thing exeeptjathjetlier true Dr Kiiura Nn Discovery nilInoan testify tn that Mrs C B VanMe tre of Shppherdiown W Va SRVB i had a severe case of bronchitis and for I year tnVd everythIng I heard ot hut KnfNewCroupVl1ninglonnmplion Try It Its guaranteed butIISSheriffs Sale Snnnio Garrison vn It T aad Jas Whittnlier NO riCK OF SALE By v rtuo of a Judgment and Order of Snloof tliH Hiohnimd Police Court the undersigned will on Saturday May J 4 1904 theburlthehousedStreet in HtchmondKy consisting of 1 5110 1 front counter ber pump and 1 lot of bottles These articles will be sold as a whole on a credit of three months purchaser to leouritysaill mrltoure its payment JOHN F WAGERS S M d27 ap 3t L The Calvert MIS WILLIE K TIOCKER PltOImtESS Rates JOO per Day fpinl Hates to large Parties SGn FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUISMO ay ri o- QUEER PIGMY RACE AMERICA TEAVELER TELLS OP ODD AFRICAN TRIBE Ate Clever and Bright and Terrorize Natives of Ordinary SizeNar rator Covers 75000 Allies In Journey Edgar Gel an America reached London recently after a journey of 75000 miles in many climes He visit SIlrlngLisyears He speaks in the highest terms of missionary enterprise whether con sidered from a commercial humanitarian or spiritual aspect A serious menace however exists to native races he says in the increasing num ber of nonChristian white people con tiguous to the native populations Mr Geil spent a month in the great pigmy forest of Central Africa where he studied and made photographs of these remarkable people He lived in a leaf hut constructed for him by the pigmies at Camp Gorilla In the very heart of the forest Though he encoun tered no danger from the natives the falling of great trees which have no tap roots was a conUnual menace The place too Is alive with wild animals and colonies of monkeys Inhabit the upper branches of the trees The pigmies says Mr Giel are the greatest meat eaters he ever saw They do no agricultural work but devote their whole time to hunting A tribe of people of ordinary size who inhabit the forests are completely terrorized by tho pigmies who make them do all their work- The pigmies are very clever bright and independent people and are described by Mr Cell as the Japanese of AfricaIn recesses of the great forest he partlybuiltmoat in course of construction Startlngfrom San Francisco Mr Cell visited the Sandwich islands many of the Pacific islands New Zealand Aus tralia the islands of Torres Straits New Guinea the Philippines Japan the mountains of northern Korea Vladivostok Harbin Borneo and the StraitsHe crossed China commencing at Shanghai and traveled up the Yang tse and across into Burma Proceeding to Nepal along the Thibet frontier and through India he steamed to Mombasa and visited East Africa traveling through Uganda into the Congo He came down the Congo to the coast and reached London by way ofsteamer from Sierra Leone In discussing his experience in Manchuria Mr Geil said he met with somA opposition from Russian officials Onc on the railway his notebook was tak n away and he only recovered It by physical force and on a second occasion when a paper was snatched from his hands he struck the officer who took it and threw him across the railway carriage When it was found that Mr Geil possessed a transport signed by the Russian ambassador at Washing ton the officer he had assaulted gave him a special steamer to convey him to NewchwangThe Impressed him most In Manchuria was the mushroom growth of the cities along the railway He found on inquiry that even the ar tisans and shopkeepers were really soldiers so that It Is difficult to say what force Russia has available In the countryHe also struck by the presence everywhere of Japanese not mere coolies but men of intelligence In the far west of China he found them and presentInBRITISH TRADE RETURNS Beturns for March Show Rise In Imports and a Decrease In ExportsI Aa increase In the Imports of 8879 000 and a decrease in the exports of 1 840500 are shown by the British board of trade returns for March Disappointing is the term applied to the March returns While the imports were the highest on record for March the exports of British goods declined 4 280000 or allowing for the increase of reexports the total of the exports was 1840500 below that of March 1903 The Imports show a great increase in food drink and tobacco totality 9 711885 of which 4385770 was for grain and flour In the exports what Is regarded as the most serious feature is a Decline of 6 185700 in manufactured goods iron and steel alone accounting for 2431140 of nl Inlt Improvements are recorded in the ex ports of coal and food The effect of the cotton crisis is seen in the decline of cotton imports amounting to 4200000 The returns for the first quarter of the year show that the trade of the United Kingdom stands about the same as It did In 1903 Pauper Finds Bare Vase An inmate of the poorhouse at Nantes France an old man while digging In the garden unearthed an antique vase dec orated with painting and containing 2000 gold pieces of the GalloRoman period The vase will be sent to the Louvre In Paris and the coin estimated to be worth nearly 40000 will be divided among the finder and his fellow paupers Simply on Exhibition A Patagonlan king is to be on exhIbi- tion at the Lousiana Purchase exposi tion It is understood however says the Chicago RecordHerald that he has no desire to marry an American heiress Four handsome well located loin 50 x 180 feet cheap on installment uian ATso two lots in a stones throw of court house fronted 6n two streets cheap Apply to If PEvans State Batik Trust Co BMg NoticefoCredit rs All parties havinc claims against the estate of C Ilunlej d ccasedarerequested to Ole mmeVwiU tbeunderelgned properly verified on or bsfore June 1st or same will bo birrwl 2nu W HTnjNUSY Admr We purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only call and get prices we will prove tliisareert Jon and make Of you HU everlastlngfriend and customer tf R L Slidkiff Propj Oovingtooi Arnold Browan highestI IYITH FORGERY Kentucky Insurance Man It Charged on Two Indictments Henderson Ky May 13Wm Egard formerly a local agent tit the New York Life Insurance Co was Indicted in the circuit court Thursday charged with forgery The first in dictment charges that he forged the name ofThomas L Farley to an application for 5000 on Farleys life the said amount being apportioned into policies of 2000 1000 and 2000 The date of application is June 21 1903 The other indictment charges that Egard forged Farleys name in the assignment of a 2000 policy to HanderIpleaded not guilty and gave bonds Egard is also defendant in civil suits- by the New York Life Insurance Co against F H Frayzer and James L Dean for the surrender of certain pol ides under fraud a1legatlonsi By Consent of Judge HargIs Jake Noble Is Free Jackson Ky May 13Jake Noblo was released from the Breathitt coun ty jail on a 3000 bond for his appear ance at the June term of the Breath itt circuit court to answer an Indictment charging him with killing his cousin Squire James Noble a justice of the peace six years ago Noblo was released from the Frankfort pen 11111Inghis release he was delivered into cus tody of the jailor to be held to an swer the other Indictment By con sent of County Judge Hargis admitted him to balL f JOCKEY JOHNSON HURT Golden Link Fell in the Jumping Race at Louisville Louisville Ky May 13Another big crowd saw a fine days racing at Churchill Downs Thursday The feature event the Bashford Manor stakes for twoyearolds was easily won by Qiseau an added starter who was at oddson in the betting Munro laid back with him until they turned into the stretch and then he cam on and won as he pleased by ttree lengths from Florentine The ju A ag race furnished another accident Jockey C Johnson being badly hurt when Golden Link fell at the sixth jump The Horse Show Association Louisville Ky May 13 The Louis yule Horse Show association Will make an effort to buy the AUdllorl1Jm site for the erection of a horse show building The subscription was started at the annual meeting when offi cers were elected and a prize list of 30000 authorized Preferred to Leave Frankfort Ky May 13The Na tional Life Insurance Co of the United States chartered by congress and un der the laws of Illinois has withdrawn from this state after Insurance Commissioner Prowitt ruled the company to comply with the corporation laws ot Kentucky Accepts Call to Iowa Church Mt Sterling Ky May 13Rev Harry C Rogers son of T F Rogers of this city and one of the brightest young ministers in the state has ac cepted a call to the pastorate of a Presbyterian church at Fort Madison la He will assume charge on June L Died of Heart Trouble Hawesville Ky May 13 William Thorn Ireland nephew of Lieut Gov Thorne died In this city of heart trou ble For a number of years Mr Ireland had been a Pullman conductor for the Southern Pacific railroad and lately ran out of New Orleans Doctors Wed at Mlllersburg Millersburg Ky May 13Dr F a Askenstedt and Dr Lillian Stanton Bryan of Louisville were married here by Elder W S Willis at his nome Dr Bryan is a sister of Mrs Willis Dr Arnstedt Is a physician of Louis villa IFarm Sold For 37000 Ky May 13Paul Lan sing of this city purchased from With row Brothers their farm containing 38 acres one and onehalf miles east of Midway near the Midway and Craigs Mill turnpike for 37000 cash Blue Grass School Tournamnet Nlcholasville Ky May 13Prepara theIBlue Grass Graded School tournament which meets here May 2628 are about completed Nearly all the entries for the contests have been received Run Down By a Hand Car Ellzabethtown Ky May 13Wm Maret of Parksvllle an L N em ploye was run over by a hand car and his spine severely injured and his lower ifmbs paralyzed He was returned to his home Double Wedding Ellzabethtown Ky May 13Mr Charley Thompson and Miss Clara Ehret and Mr Charley House and Miss Mary Thompson were married at St James church the Rev Father Daly officiating Saturday Half Holiday Covington Ky May 13The board of aldermen Thursday afternoon pass ed a resolution granting all employee at the city hall a half holiday on Sat urdays during JunO July and August Since 1871 France has had thirty ministers of war Made Young Again Oiie Of Dr vinga New Life Pills each flight lor two weeks has put me in my ftefl nl8in writes D H Turner of DempBeytown Pa Theyre the best in tlul world for Liver Stomach and Bonres Purely vpfjetahle Never gripe Onlv 25cts U Stocktons Drug Stores ur- nLitiZaboutyour age wont prolong your Ure Quick Arrest J A GtiI1edgef Verbeua Ala was Twice in the hospital from a severe case of plfert causing 24 tumors Alter dod J3uckledsArniInflftqiatlon utiii cured hip It con qners ncbesand kills pain C at R StQcktoirDruirgiat lmJGill oaS If Rock for Surveying Heal Estat Lanc Tjifp Insurance Smlta Jxwney fresh candies at Frasa Bros opp3sits Ofyadoa Hofrth II i BONE FOOD Sofband crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growing child must eJit the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blood must have blood food and so on through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses every day give the stiffness andshape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft headsWrong food caused the trouble Rjhtfood will cure it In thou inds of cases Scotts Emulsion Las proven to be the right food for soft bones in childhood Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4O9415 Pearl Streot New York Soc oml fi v nit mguist THE COMMONWEALTH THE STEEPLECHASE RACE One Jockey Was Seriously and Two Painfully Injured Louisville Ky May llThe feature of the card Tuesday was the Lou isville steeplechase stake with 1000 lidded in which eight highclass tim Der toppers faced the starter The event was won by Presgrave though be was fouled all through Urn stretch by Fallela Handvl e finished third Golden Link Tatar and Volantlne fell at the second Jump and Joclteys John ion and Carter wore painfully Injured I Baylor remounted Volantlne but did Dot finish Gol en Link and Tatar went over the course without riders Outcome easily beat a good field in the first race Jockey Johnson fell off SemInole In the last race and was serl ously hurt KENTUCKY RED MEN They Are Holding a Council at Pa- ducah Louisville Ky May llThe grand council of Kentrcky Red Men began its session at Paducah Tuesday Offl ters will be elected Wednesday H H Denhart senior sagamore will become grand sachem and H H McFarland past grand sat hem and representativo to the grand council of America The chief conic t is for junior sagamore which starts the line of promotion tlobt L Page and D L Russell of- Louisville are the chief aspirants The council will be given a banquet Wednesday night- Dickerson Sells a Trotter Lexington Ky May 1IT W White Philadelphia Pa has bought of Doc DIcUerson this city for a long price the twoyearold brown colt Bird Turner by Early Bird 210 dam Katie Turner by Jerome Turner 2155 Bird Turner has already been a quar ter of a mile In 43 seconds and an eighth in 21 seconds this spring Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky May iLThe offer- IngsI on the toiacco breaks Tuesday were mostly ail dark Prices were steady on this class and burley was quiet at last weeks figures Dark sold from 325 to 990 and burley ranged from 950 to 23 Tho offerings Tuesday were 523 hhds of which 99 hhds wore burley and 424 hhds dark Union Men Are Ousted Wadlsonville Ky May 1LA to port from Wheatcrqft says that the- mines of the Wheatcroft Mining Co have begun operation with nonunion miners and the union men have been Displaced The situation Is regarded as critical Union miners are angry Fell From Third Story London Ky May llPaul Duncan Lexington asylum guard here for trial In the fedral court In the McKenna and Ryan election case while walking in his sleep fell from a third story window of the Catching hotel He is yet alive but can not recover Remains Burled at Lancaster Jancaster Ky May lLThe remains of J hn C Siler who committed suicide at WbJnut Flat In Lincoln county near here where he moved four months ago were Interred here He was prominently connected hero and had m ny friends Will Ved Kentucky Woman Covington Ky May llThe en pigment i announced of Mis Bess Matthews tf Covington to Mr Raoul J irsoneux of Paris Prance Miss Matthews is the niece of Mr and Mrs Henry Mat lows of East Third street with whom she resides Famous Broodmare Dead Lexington Ky May lLJIho famous broodmare Slyph by Imp Glen elg dam Squeeze Em by Lexington the last relic of the famous Ashland ptnd of the late John M Clay young est son of the Groat Commoner Is dead Drugged and RobbedIGreenup Ky May of Mrs Bertha Dillon at Springvllle was entered by burglars and robbed of 30 in rasli two gold watches and several otter artljte of value Mrs Dillon and the boarder wera drugged To Puretase the Light Plant Newport Ivy May 11MayorHelm bold with fie city auditor and city attorney of Nowport will take under consideration a plan to purchase the gas plant of tha Union Light Heat and Power Co la this city NevC Railroad Proposed Owensboro Ky May 11AmeetI- nJ of tho business men of Owenshoro has been crlled for the purpose of con sidering a proposition of building a railroad from Knoxville Tenn to la dlanapblls 211 Switchman Killed Somerset Ky May ILnJohn Paul Davis while switching in tlecN O T P yards here Monday night at a late hour wisa ml gronal Ia- L4ecea bYt r 1t f- Ia 4 I Starts I At I OurNew Style Hawes Hats Entire Working Overtime CoIW D Oldham to Particular TheJt Young Man ft Dresses Is a of importantforrealizes that cannot to the charged the mer chant He has ago the problem of how in up todate apparel at a buyIng partionlarlygraceml J IIZOO I IandWe are a new line of Holts Hand Bags Buttons and all kinds of Novelties If you areIlook in for something out of the ordinary you can find it in any stock of small wares and notions Our Ladle Readvio Wear leparfmeut is chuck full of new Tailormade Skirts Tailormade Silk Waists Silk Coats Silk Skirts and Walking Suits New Shirt Waist Suits etc It dont pay to have these garments made for you can buy uptodate stylish garments ready made for loss money than the material costs you not made Get our cash prices on all ready to wear garments Try a Pair of ourHLa France Ladies ShoesIThey causing many comments among the fashionable set who wear nice shoes Price of the France Shoes in any style S3 00 LaIWe sell the Dlzer and the Kneeland Patent Oarona Shoes for men boys and youths These the only patent leather shoes sold under a written guarantee that they will not crack See the I get tlie best and save money on every purchase stvlljsI Our Basement and we have what you want Our Ladies Waiting Room the in handsome new store Is quite a trent for the ladies I r and they all feel very much at home with us for they are always welcoino Visit us when in the city pleasant and obliging clerks will make your stay with us a pleasant one Very I I I brut Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing each which will now be offered it 50 each This Is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midkiff Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make stouffer Mahler In India but one person out of 20 can read ar write Eight hour laws are ignored those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indiges tion Biliousness Constipation tick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only 250 at R C Stocktons drug store I1 People Who Well often man small salary stylish and he he afford pay high prices by long solved to dress minimum J I showing are new IDruAon balcony our resleotful1vj W D OLDHAM eo 125 by Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY t3 t Shippers ofqJ Alnlte Coal j I j++ ++++ + +++++++I i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinaryf+ grate without any attention t f + +++++4 u++++++t+ Io ttttELDERS 0 OBARGIN STORE r Warm Weather Sug eststfj the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as 6 are made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this Ag moneysaVirg store suggests the wIsdom of Viinrinrr nAIft tt t Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with t 1jchoice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Jtt Extra good 12t Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids ijcheeks and stripes at special price per yard lOc r Corded Madras the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12ic grade IQc We are showing a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5eup KniGker Voile Suitings all theshades cheap at25ojoilr price 15 JacarclIVole Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 2oc s and Girls Socftnrfs8pecials40 dozen boys and girls Ixl Black Ribbed 4thread StocksBoys and Stocking sizes 5 to 0V spliced healsaod toes and a splendid wearing dressy ortlS at 15e pair 10 dozen Bicycle Stockings the Iron wear kind 2threat reaUIaco 2x2 ribbed- douhle liot and toes made ofllorvlceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 tolO worth 25c at lSc per pair g Nattings IO 15 and 21k yard Cnrpetll12c to 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 700 vd the prottiest stock of Mens Suits at 198 to 10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits 1We are showing Knee Suite Si toSS Mens Shirts 25e to 1 Straw Hats men and boys 5 8 lOc up to 25 Bor Notions complete Late Curtains a beautiful line to select from SPc to S6 pair Poles Sand lOc Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to- 48c Brass extension rods 810 and 15e New A complete Pants 4Oc Gowns 48c Skirts SOc Ask to see them Ladies Walking cud Dress Skirts SI 25 to 4j1 S3 75 They are Lcautieit + t MILLINERY t 4c i j tArnm beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and atsurprislnely Low Prices Shirt Waist Rats the most beautiful tyleeat 1 to 298 Hundreds of brantlM trimmed tints really for 41 choosing tnirked at specml Low Prices to suit all purses Children School and Dress your dwcrirtlon See thorn Bleached Pillow Cases fiIsIeand fine quality choice wearing quail SEL every 8Htnd cents Handkerchief 510 and 15c Parasols 40s to SI 95 Corsets 2oc to SI BO 12l and Slipper all prica Picture Frames 5 1018 20 and 49o We have just received aboutShoeq fail to them We have only a few Jardinores left at OO pictures from Se up to 2Sc nich Do not see 1lM 29 34 39 and 40c a4bft j Submitted ttheCashrTradeg c ii r Outfitters Vangated J KV ElderII i np r t UI rV i I n ts PS SssIbS Ua S S SSSSSSS S SSISS SS S S e SS Se e SUSS SO SSS S S S JtSJSJJ5SStvM tJiJtt sstJnsst 8ts i e e I The greatest Selection Iz OFaa 0 4 0 STYLISH a 1u a a e s e 0 a 0 to S S S S S S S SSSSSSeS 0 S S S S S S S S S S S S I S S S S S S S S sS a S e e t 1 5 S ea e SS S e I s I SHOES I SS SSSS SSS e 5 5 5s i1sa 5e S S SIS S S S S S S S S S a 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 o 5 5 CSever oa- shown in the city While we carry an elegant line 5a of ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that a SSS 1 0 SpringS5 55 Shoes for Ia dodchildren You can make noS 55 55mistake by looking our line over as it represents some of SSSI I S 5S the best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices 5SI 5I Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes 55I 15 511- I II us es spTRIBBLES 1 1 KentuckySr SS l a oS a a a a a VvViS SSS55SSSSS5SSS5 SSSS SSS5SS5SS5SSS5SS5SS415S55SS555SS50 OeOeSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSS The Richmond Climax IIHIl8Hrll EVER wunsICKIIAT m The Climax Printing GoD Incorporated C CHKNAULT President D MILLER Edltor Manager 4I l AY MAY 18 UHH up n FOR CONQRK8S We are antborited to announce nON O G OILIJHRT a ca didate forConglPslnucceed hiraielf from Ibis the Eighth Congressional noralkAC S authorized to announce FRANK TURN ER a cmidid e for Congress from this Ihl eighth Uitrict subject to the action of the Democratic dirty FOJl CITY ATTORNEY We authorized to announce R E II UKRT3 a cn ndnte fr City Attorney sub Jtct to the HClbn of the Democratic party ExUov V S TAYLOK snda fugitive from justice who is spending a time in ImdiatIlIIis is not so popu lar afur n I Kfcuntly be ws invited tn ulnis 4tiu G A K at Kokomo Iinliniia limit the invitnion caused such a row that it had to be cancelled Tim bd he wont get ti mike the speech KLJKWHEUK in tne CLIMAX will be fnuud the innioiinceniuut oi Hon G G iilbort nf Shetby villeforCongress This splendid itien is too well known to need an introduction to our readers as his pat records speak for thorn sulves without any words of praise He has already served his second term as onjrrussrnan from the 8th District and in that capacity he has proven himself most adequate He Is a tried aid triit Democrat and is realy at alt tinius ti light Democracys battles Not only so hut he is a gentleman of thi highest tJpeanli Kentuckiani hH c had CJIUSB to feel proud of tbeii Co gressnj n from this district We ar sure that his announcement foi rii li ctiiti will be heralded with much p uaMire by his wany friends and ad mlr rs Medical Society The regular meet ing of the Madison unity Medical Society met on lasi Thursday night An interestiiiK paper OH Altortion was rend by Dr G G IVrrv of Fnxtown This same iubject wii fully and ably discussed bv Drs Viiujrht Sandlin Hnowden Jasper D mi Heath and Mnrtla L fl8rowerCOl1 L xvmloN Ky Are you Building or Remodelingi- f so we beg to rail your BiggestBilrgain Wood Mantels Tiles and Trimmings ever presented to the peo pIe of Central Kentucky Our Large and Carefully Selected Line- pnbrnces all grades from the cheapest bed room Mantel without cabinet to the most elaborate de signs Ifou cannot come and see themsenu for our 60page catalogue which we will gladly furnish you CI fBrower COil MAIN AND BROADWuLXXI KY T T TODAY this paper is thirtyone ears old It was never so prosper ius in its whole history It has the largest paidup circulation of any p in the Eighth Congressional istrict with the possible eptinn of the Stanford Journal fts advertising pages speak fur them selves as to its value itS a medium of reaching the buying public It stands up for Madison county rgalnst the worldand is a big family letter to- hr sons and farOand nar In entering upon another year it is with the hope that our ation may continue to prosper our people to be happy and our rivals to he ns surcfssful as during the year just closing Merchants and Citizens Attention The people of Beattyville and inter mediate will arrive here Frills r tneatTherefore let us all return the kind nesses and Iospitality our excursion ists received nt their hands last week From 2 to 4 pin band concert from s and in court house ya- rd16tSONAL Miss Helen Bennett was in Cincin nati lust week- SMr Joe S Gardner of Irvine we here last Fridny Mrs Katherine Schafhausen ii vis iting in Cincinnati Mrs Levi Eldtr has returned from a vicit tc Crab Orchard Mrs Green Clay has returned from a visit to Nichiilasville relatives ill PB Mary Cotton willspent todRY tnd tomorrow with frlen in Lex in ton Mrs W L Pryor and son of New Hastle are guests of Mrs W E Muncey Miss Et el Ilcacox of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Klmcr Death rate MrW T Barns has returned frim Vubnrnlnle FloWn where he spent he winter The Bradway Flinch Club met vith SIrs H C Jasper on lastThnrs ay afternoon Miss Mary Sullivan Is at home from visit to Indian Territory where she visited relatives Mrs Clarence E Woods and dau h SundayighCut the winter Mr A B Kunk attended the Great ounilof Red Min which wan held n Paducnh lat week Mios Mlniie Dykes music class will give its closing recital tomorrow ev ening at the Elks Club room MM Pryor Beard and son have re HughlctellsLinel Mrs J J Flynn of Louisville was lere on a visit to her husband who is Master Mechanic for the L and A RailroadMiss Smith will no this week to olumbin Mo to attend a House arty given by her cousin Miss Martha Smith Miss LucyAllen Superintendent of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary left Sun lay for a weeks visit to her home at Columbus Ohio Mrs S E Pryse and son Thomas if Beatt yule were the pleaser nests of Miss Lucy Brandenburg if this citj last week Mrs T T ovington entertained the Broadway Flinch Club in a most de manner on last Wednesday ifternoon at her home on North SU apenlingLCd Mrs J S Collins before enterI- ng the Naval Academy at Annapolis Miss Ruth Wiggins left last Satur lay for Cincinnati where she will be guest of her sister Miss Pearl She vill take in the May Festival while here Dr L J Frazee of Lexington was iere this wetk Mrs Frazee will g 0 o St Louis the first of June and will vith Mrs Lucy M Dorsey at 3850 v Pine St s 100 Reward The readers of tint paper will be leased to learn that there is at less no dreaded disease that science hu been able to cure in all its stages and that ill Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh hting a constitutional disease requires a ionstitutlonnl treatment Halls Ca actinjlIrlctIysystem ing the foundation of the disease and Livinn the patient strength b bnUdlnjl up the coiiKtitution and assisting nit fore in doing Its work The proprio toys have eo much faith in Its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for anv case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonialstAddreSi F J CnESKiT co Toledo Ohio SoldbyalldruKrtst8t5c Fftttliy BS JWS MMbmti J n tt A T n Mr Woodward Metcalf of Fort Thomas arrived Monday for a visit to his father Squire Metcalf and fam twentydaysRevfG W Shepherd and family are visiting relatives in Clark county Mr Shepherd will go on to Nashville to attend the South rn Baptist Con venion and willaillo visit hill old home at Clarksvile Finn Mr Milward Brown and children have gone to Johnson villo Tenn to live Mr Blown has a nice position with an undertaking firm at tha placeMrs Evan S McCord has gone to Dr McMnrtrys hospital in Lonisvill where she will undergo treatment for several weeks Her friends will be glad to hear of her speedy recovery The Alumni Assoriati nof Paldwel High School met with Mrs Cha D Miller on Monday night The annual Alumni banquet wilt be givrn during ccommencement week in the chapel of he school building Mrs T D Chenault and daughter Miss Carlisle will leave this wek for Washington City They go to be present at the graduation of Mil Eleanor Chenault who is a studcn1 at Washington College Miss Maria Willie Smith was hostess at a dinner party on last Monday night Hr guests were Mrs Evan S McCord Mrs J T Shackeford Mrs D R Tevis and Misses Tribble Smith Bennett and Messrs John Shackelfordand O H Philips Prof and Mrs J Will McGarvey o Richmond Kyspent Saturday in Lexington with President and Mr McGarvey Mrs J Sherman Dud leI of Chicago came Friday from Richmond and will be he guest for hart visit of Mr and Mrs Will D Oldhamr Lexington Leader Mr and Mrs J W Maddox of ShelbyTille have announced the en Agement of their daughter Loula to Mr Chester W Turner of Louisville The wedding will take place in the near fiture Misses Carolyn Reid o1 Mt Sterling and Margaret Lyne ol ynthiana will be among the brides maids Mrs John W Price Jr of Atchi on Kansas arrived yesterday for a visit of several month to her parents rican town Mrs Price was formri vlias Fan Ballew and this is her fin visit home since her marriage She will be joined later by Mr Price and on their return home they will visit ho St Louis Fair Mr and Mrs WilJ Parks who re side near this city entertained wit a delightful buy ride on lat Saturday yBurtHarrint Parrish Carolyn Farley am WftPIas pastures which were dotted hero anrt there with fine cittie After the drive an elegant dinner was served and tin tfternoon was spent in music reel ii tions tad a general good time Thi guests reached home late in the day reportingone of the finest times ol their lives The Business Mens Excur sion to Beattyville and Some of its Incidents Just two hundred and lour merchants tnd citizens according to the carefu oouut of Mr lIeu Baukb filled the fivt coaches and baggage car that pulled out if Kiciiuiond lent VeUnesUa tnornin nir the tint exclusion of the kind i the history of this couimunity Tli train was bound Bealiyvile tlu principal eastern terminus of the Louie ville Atlantic Railway with a ptop wer of an hour at tIm good town o Irvine Here the people turned oui ninasse to iueettlexcursioiiibt who were herded bv ttiexpiendid Richmond Band led by Prof Mitchell of Winches ter To the notes of inspiring inuicbe crowd wendel its way to the sunii mit of the depot hill and then mane ti down to the Court HOIIHH WIIK olo wing program was execu ed Ma ter of Ctjremdliies on beiialt of Irvine County Attorney L A West on belmil dirtsaofCapertouanuMrTliiH was followed by manic and then nilOiiif tine liwpjiy and delighted crowd whlcli ui on tipeciul invitation to all tin people of Ehtill was augmented by core of lrvitieiteswho went on to Beat thoIUchlllllntlMr Riddells nddrera was ft master piece of wit humor anti cordiality and lie was warmly congratulated on ii uianjhistoricalIrvine and Estill flotinty some of whicl though unrecorded in hfotorywere tnu rcfof his thrillingtold i ly vrita about those incidents which h had heard narrated in life youth axil tIlhistoryAt the Oil fields 2 miles above Irvine t Cow Creek the train was hailed atlhe passengers alighted and iaspectetl chlneryoperatiugthe likelz J 7 i F visitors reminding others of the great oil fields of western Pennsylvani and West Virginia No less than eighteen wells were lielchine np their fluid nf black oil and pouring the oil into a huge tank as largess a twostory houve But only filteen minutes were devo ted to an inspection of the inteiesting Blifht the whistle blew and the Iron horse started on the way up the valley skirting the winding Kentucky be entire distance to Kenttvviire Enrouie Capt Rock the original enei ner of the route entertained tine trav elers with a hihtory of the survey and oT1plEtion of this splendid nvvnue of cammercb and handmaid pf civi jest ion prigress the Loui vili A Atlantic 11 At the K N Junction the connects with a coal road that is In 8 8 mile from the mountains bring ing iiil v 10nlIr the black diamonds to IIpclallffsuspension bridge mechanically trans porting lumber across from an 8mile lilting was deemed worthy of ten min In inp0cjoht Per hours run full of interest inv ihaFt the train winds around Ihe raefut curves of the river below the town of Proctor move into vmw and ReattyvillettrtWB were at our journeys end The thee hundred excursionists were tnyt v a Committee of Reception headed y Meo r8 F A Iivon H Hamtmn hns norman J P Lyon Harlnn Beat v and others and two by two with the hand In front the procession started ui1 own vi tine long iron bridge that crosses iie chasm between the railroad depot TItwach the protvH 1on almost a quarter of a mile long to tine step of martial innimind two bv iw enter tim town Right on down through the ci y the rolumn mamlel aud thI riub1 bout fare aim rtnrn to thin Court loueo eqiiMo where e rrrnnlner nobles weliiiiiif tine guests wen arried out without a much Co Frank llfl Him J M Kettty Sir J H Hamilton and Marian Iteatty o npflrtollWied hairs upn time front portico o1 the handsome iourt hnue Time crowrt athred in a higb circle and after nvoiivlion by RV Dr Pittersoti pa tor of till Epi Opal Church ol Lyo ntroducod to tin audience the distin guished citizen whose father gave his name to the town Hon J M Beatty It was coindemly expected that a w come as warm a ever fell from tIne lip or issued from he heart of a Keiruck tan would xtended our p npl hut not only wr Judge Beattva welcnni all thin anti nnr hut it equalled if eloquence in 1IHtly of speech in ter vor in tllnlRUIt impressive ness anj hing that onr niont noted Blue inn planIltsTiends or tote Judge Beat t digress1 a moment from tile thorn formal speech to mention name some of those in the audience whose fats recalled the tacit of lotur ago when tine stage coach was tine only IIIIImlf passenger trav el between H attvville via Irvine Richmond and Lexington Time name f Ihe famous old hack hirer Roll Hazlwoori oi Will Rice his successor rod finally that modern manager o freight and ptssenger transportation 01 Billy Iror were called In grate til memory It o happened that tin last named gentleman wa in the crow JuclJrtBettyjut elS soon as you get through you Ii ipeech This brought the crowd down and Bijly forced his way up to the por ico on the lompletion of the exercise mini Judite laiv und he hold a private r for he net few minutes At tine conilit inn of Judge Beattys speecii time hand play tilt lively air ami then Hon Win U StimUli of idehmoml and also lion Jerry A Sullivan wer introduced Ifcuh arqmiI tied theniHelve v they always III nub credit to tbiItts II14S winmii and eloquent speakers worthy nf their county city ind Hirtte Milili told of tIne history ii lot etrore ni build the railroad to eatvvilc tie inu back prohabllhirl iram llerxMDiledadocuinentyellow vith Bite iiKrHtiteeinga fund for time irotnotion ni railway agitation or etc c ion signed by hitnself James B Me Irenry S P Walters decdalld W Smith al of Richmond This mid Mr Smitii is but cone of tine LOUIII evidenctj nt tin lotitf striiirule of the people nf Madison to procure a rail prtllutriAunty flimsily voted a subscription of a hustler of a mullion dollars fifteen year igo IIAnti yon have the road said Mr Smith Hud we ire here to dny to lasp hands with you in that fraternal tie that is w nciMirately pictured upon the attractiv xtieanieracmssyourinaii tree eicinneFroui Beattvville to aicmniind Mr Siiliivau representing tlieyoung ir generation looked to tine future of the State while proud of and loyal to liar It Insory nod pictured the struwth and pio ress et in fill the section thai is III1wlel1lenled to he cmutiert of flt ill and MvdiHon and th Blue Giass by tls oi e eel H would have all Hi i izii of that section un derstaiU Hn feeling entertained to ward them by the people arid nine r chants of Madison a feeling of mutual dependence for each others material progress We intro thinus you need nd we mum have prnluct you inle 6ed with by natures lavish 10 come let us know each other better in tInts closer relationship made poe ile yea itnpetative by the convenient method of railway of transporation It iloting Mr Sullivan invited time mer hmaints allliltdWIISof iieattyrille and ec county to come to Richmond at nv null nil times and receive a wel poetVDavisCome In the erening or corns In tbe morning Come wbeD you are looked for or cCine fl hout warning Kisses and welcome await there before you And tbe oftener you come tbe more well adore yout The next titling upon the program vaa the dinner that had been bpreau all sides nt till court yard and winch leauiitul inaiildaud matrons of the city hUIlorlimllg oldisjersedthe chutclien or 10 fish at the dam be Stoulfnoted fisiirninu tuyeti vntti the finny CIOWUlIthelreffOltKliduot pounds of lain were 8 ure i though htUherhookAlong toward the shades of evening a commotion iccnred in front of the court houe when it was seen that all ledIlltoyard where Col Alex Denny repres inline Hi Kellogg Wholesale Grocery oo of Richmond was Vetting up those thirsty kids to soda pop Coca purllItsedthum along the stieetan i nuliuscrin ble you never saw A number of coins Were tossril t the bo saiid they tore up the sirset III their frantic efforts to iet tine mone from flitch other trivVlIslho 188naroiilimmlgeiwnejTof tine only living sow whoie tUCk no ttliarp that he is able Ir spilt isSOOKEYThe welcome und the treatment ex coulllImOiltriamuilleeniains for the CMMAX to refresh the lOlllllsof the citiziii of Lee county and Beattyvtlle that a return exiuraion will IIB run from that city next Kridav May unprecelentedhJW O cent K N Junction Millers Creel and Irvine 25 cents Fnim two to four oclock u m a mind concert will be given in the hindgome new band stand qnirrAtnple thejL1 i J M AyersThis falling of your hair it or will soon be pobaldAyers Hair Vigor The fallthing will stop the hair willit Hair Vigorgrow and the scalp will benclean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make it rich 1 tyiis1rneiriyft1icamaout I then tried I ilitime9 SanTasaratoga 9 5100 a bottle JCATIRCO Lowell MAI druIWIfor Thick Hair MATRIMONIAL SHIFFLETTMOORE taasIrvin Shlfllett and Miss Arlio Moore he welding will take place at tine T icnhursnaydaughter tof Mr John Moore a pros peronR farmer anti tine groom wino is n on of Mr Clifton Shiflleu is one 01 11nnea lamivaneeGovinjrton Arnold Bro will pay he highest market cash price for wool SOatf For SliHUipOiinjr Mmiiimrinjr FH inl lipsipe unil till kinds of toileinq lisites call on Mrs AlIen Jone ntii onr to Pigys Jrrocery on Main street Jatf Fresh mixed sweettI pickles and plain nl1rt at Fraua Bros opposite Qlyndon lintelsE Deatliurigt pays tIme highest Once fur wool tf Shnikelford Co sell 11w fiiiniiiiR 11IerSee E Ueatlieni before selling our wool If Will Reed re Boarders Mrs Vernon Heups of 748 Uyard Avenue St Lou will receive Boardirs during the Worlds Fair at time ntual ThrinenlyIiwell remembered and much eloved by a largircircie of friends She should receive a large share ol patronace es pecially from those who go from here Ot Madison Circuit Court Bettic II Irvines Admr Till VS NOTICE Hcttie H Irvines Cids etc Dfts By onler of the Court in the above case it has been referro to me to ascertain and repor the debts and laims against lie t lie H Irvi de proportyher death where sUnaed and in whose possession it is ind the value thereof All debts rot produced poved and v rifled before me as requireil hv law hj the 1st of July next will he lie red I will have my sitting for the above purpose at my eRic in the court house in Richmond Ky until said 1st of July next I am directed by said order of Court to make my re port as to said matters referred to at its next October term S H THORPE Master Com May 16 1904 18my4t Sheriffs Sale By virtue of flv Executions directiii o me which issued from the Jlerktomce of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of first slayer Bros Co J T S Brown Son K S Strador fc Son second Covingion Mitchell third W L Weller Son ngainM Arthur M Terrill I or one of my Deputies will in Monday June 6 J904 between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 2 oclock p ni at time Court HOUM coulltyKyest bidder the following described property or so thereof HS nia be necessary toriHiisiy PlainiiUe debt interest and cols to wit Arthur M Terrill one tilth interim in remainder in his mitther Paltie F lerrill deceased estate consisting ol about 138 Acres of Land situated ill Madison county Ky in the Glade Magisterial Disliict lying on the waters of Harts fork of Silver Creek adjoining tile property of Thos It Chenault Sr Fountain Rice and Olin emibjctojiropertv of Arthur M Terriil ami leeoribed as tollows Beginning at a black oak on Adam Koiifrs liiif thence the division IIIIH liwjnFrancisWlt to a sugar tree thence north 66 poles west 6410 poles to a liickon tree thencM north 13 west 22 polls to u stake ttencn mirth 8J west lOil poles to stake to hArry tree pointers on John Diinrnn line with it somali 2 Past 75 poles o a liirkory stump tli npa outh 10 east tq olo tn 5 aye mores they being the southwest corner Daniel Boones assignee of Hughes preemption standing on the batik of Marts fork of SilverCreek thenr east AiamRlllzpoles to the beginning TRRMSSale will be made on redit of thrpe months bond with an Proved security required hearing inter annumtrlfliend effect of a Sam liond JNO F WAOKRS SiierntfMCMay We act as- Executor AdmrGuardian AssigneeTrustee AgentCommittee Etc We want your Business in these lines State Bank Trust n l D otects the System Against Catarrh omel Prevents Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh Money- Hick if it Fails An ounce of prevention Is worth a und of cure A few breaths nf Hy through the nest pocket inhnlrr at tomes with every outfit will cheHc LId or tine grip at limo start and pre vent serious ami tasting Illnepp- In nil catarrhal trouble mid ilinenKs if the air pasazgs Hynniei hiss a pos iivo action not powfsol liy RIIV other thiiitie or frpnt mptlIt If pleasant itrll convenient In us efimilv ptr 20 Irons nf Ilvninei In the inhiiler anil ireathe it ft few minuPs four tiinep II lav Tn this way every particle of sir- nt enters tine lungs Is charged with n e linir balsam that kilts nil catnrrha uoms swtlinm and nllnvatlie irritated mnrnns membrane vitalizes tine blood lih ozone and makes a permanent and poitnlele cure A Myornei outfit caste onK SI and ontiiin nn inhuiwr medicine dropp r art 00111of Wvoniei Time inhaler gte n lifetime mon when moro Hyo si IK nepde l extra bottles can be oh medirfflc I Mii delton will give his personal srimrantee with every LioutfItd will refund the mnnev V It mines cure Ini WpimavcinnpverplnnwnaIirvrrslnknrrzhis bmils than we nmr IHV on ilixplnv in our show room Il wi IIHV von to ex Hiniti them motors lnviu W Uo ilo rwpariiii and rejiiinim in KeM n an pyi nt in 1eratp price The Itept rill hr tire appjved and gina manteed for me ear Pall ami see us Richmond 3iirriaire Works tf S L MidkitT Prop Strayed From my place near tine Madison County Stock Yards a black yearling teer with horns Reward Joe Chennnlt ICrntf Richmond Ky The highest market cash price will ho paid fur wool by Covincton Arnold Bro Take then your wool SOatf WallPaper Paints For Kent Our large nnrt commodious store room i illIiullretlest lighted and handsomest storeroom in the city Suitable for almost my kind of business Call on or ad dre s Joni G TAYLOR Sos Kirhuiond Kentucky Telephone No 202 Master Commissibnersb Notice to MADISON CIRCUIT COURT UJ Roberts Admr PJff Againstifelen c Dt All persons having claims the tate of Mary J Roberts are hereby notifleil to She same legally Trifi d with the undersigned on or iefore the lit dayof August WIlt or fame nib barred S IiTItlRPuMCMCt- Master Commissioners Notice to Madi on Circuit Omrt Lnura Smith tc Puff airainnt Will Qaiseiilwry Dfi All perRona Imvtrs claims against the estate of Fiorina Quisenberry are hereby iiotified to tile same legally v rifled with the undersigned tn or before the 15th day of June or same will be barred 8 HTIIOIIPE Master Commissioner O C mmi s alB MJ Hoberts Admr s Plff c Deftl Notice of Sale In Equity liv virtum of a Judgment aid Order of Smile of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term theref 1901 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Saturday May 2 104at the hour of 2 oclock p m on the premiers proceedLbest bidder the following described property v1z2 A Certain Lot orparcel of ground sltuatd In the ciy of beingtiledate of hir death mind liicated at CUrLer of Irvine and First treats opposite Court House Square Upon said not is situated a good TwoStory Brick House fronting on Irvine and FIt streets and three streetThisotlier business property Said properly will be surveyed before day of sale lug to said survey TERMS Sale will be niaile on a cr Utot MX and twelve months Time purchaser will be re tecurilyforhave the force and effect of a Judgment bear tug legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserve l upon said property until all the pur chase money is paidS H THORPE Mnvter Commissioner JJ C C Sheriffs Sale By virtue ot an Execution directed fo me which issued from tlio JlerkV office of the fayette Circuit Court in favor of Ad W Ireekuiore against A Haley I or one of my Deputies will o- nMonday June6 1904 between the hours nf 10 oclock a rniand 2 oclock pm at tine Court door in Richmond Madisofi county Ky expose to Piitili6Sale to the high rat bjciler the fnltowiui described maybeinterest cud cists towit About 50 Acres of Land situated in Madison county Ky in theI Yates Magisterial District lying on the waters of Red Lick Creek adjoining tIne property of T J Moody Ad V Oieekmore Curtis Power and othorsI coniveyedfromvcorded in Deed HIK M nagnu 215 This property will h wiM subject to aImorteaco in favor of A W Creekmore of250 levied upon as property of A 8 Haley TERMS Sale will ibe on a of three montF8bomlwith proved security requiredbearing Inter at the rate of percent per annuni from lay of samamntt the forcr and eHect of n Sue Bdfld i JJ3Qfr WAGERSISheriff MorMay 13 1004 iStL 0 II ili F 7171 7I7Itffi I 7It7r7Ft + Rice and Arnold I in t of all g 1 i x7M l 7J 7f 71 7F 7 This Year Thcrg have boom times when it seemed as if all papers looked alike but that is certainly not the casu this year Wo have so many different styles that there is very little no matter what you select that anyone of your uogh bors will select a similar style Oils Etc mde credit to Jno W Ilff against James T Murray o flit All persons having claims against time state of Jno W Murray are hereby untitled to file tine seine legally verified with the on or before tine 511 slay of June 19O1or same will be arred S H THORPE ISmtd M C M C C On the Teeth the condition of the general health or filing decayed teeth means the removal of the cause of much disease The skillful Lion of I lhis not only relieved pain but pro Solid Gold 50 GoM Fills 1 50 Fills 7fJ Teeth 25 All our work fully Will give satisfaction Urdur all circum H Kentucky n n P ALB Mary W LeavellL llff atiiinst Mary W Leavell Gdn Dit Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue ota and Order of Smile uf the Madicon Circuit Court rtii lured at tine April lrUt tliereof 1004 ill tim above style cause tine under signed wilt 1 Jt 04 about tine hour of 10 oclock a ni on the premise in Mailison county Ky proceed to expose 10 Iutiliei Sale to A and Lot of ennind situated in the cite of Kiel month Ky and described an follows Situated on tile south hide of Esu street in Cr w Addition to saislci y ronmtng on Elm street leer and run niut hark in parallel lines with an S foot alley 100 feet Hiijoiniu tine erty of Powell and llutilcy on the Ol1t halldeallt To produce tho sum of 121 tine mount of money no ordered to be made ant the costs hereof TERMS sale will bp manic on a credit of twelve months The pni 1111ol1r will be required logive bond with setumity for the payment ing legal interest fnitn day of salt with n Lien reserved upon said prop erty until all the ptucliase money is paid S H M 0 0 18iri3t from 3arreil U irk The Leading OF RICHMOND Headquarters for and Of All The New and Nobby things Hats Negligee Shuts Soft and Stiff Hats kinds Our Show Rice and Arnold +THE ONE PRICE HOUSE TIiffi7l 77t4 7tr Oddities Predominate radically likelihood Geo M Willging Window Shades Picture Frames Creditors IIxaitUlen Master Commissioners Notice Creditors Murrays Assignee undersigned Depends Removing applica DENISTRY longeillife Teeth5 Amalgam Extracted guaranteed stancesV Hobson Dentist Richmond QM11Q1 Judgment o- nSaturdays June flluiilCertain House approved tIlerlJrce Thorpe MneterutwiesioIner EIorlbichfu highbred Plymouth tll Shoe Firm Sohes Slippers Kinds Straw See 11 Windows SZ7i7i7i7i7i7i7 i7Qi7if7QP 27 = IC tO THE 8 3P SZI THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle Ii only the best the newest and most stylish goods 11isings I Give us a call we can please you bothwith goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler S ME CHANT TAILORS 9 5 m Ji 11 71 1 M 7i78 i Richmond jGREEN HOU E Phone 188 I Geraniums Carnations Roses Heliotropes Ferns 4 Asparagus etc 10 f V JGive us TPrices Reasonable + a call + ALBERT Dont j 0 11tt Life v and family byusing tilt A deadly jrasoline stove Ill w your home A IThatA uL Smell t I and the greasy discomfort of keeping1 w JdemultJ danger it threatens to life and lrorirtPttl Insuratice companies condemn isglinB 1- fstoves Only because they are unsafe S Ji t Detroit JeWeIlGS RangF i and coqkins by G sARESAFEasit11Us theGasconpany d i j f vid WaerJ3gI1 O- P0 3 F Iu i liii t pa r i w U T1MLP ii1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY KAY 18 lOOt AaZOURceyaeftgs To tie Disbid theCoutDemocratic be ofcriminalapartamosttheStateto putnthepresenttroversy roe as to its proper con struction caseshaemycourtcorporatoesunder the law How well I have dill tryingoiruunistances mineI whofeelthehighpint Very respectfully JAMES E CAN FRILL tf n John D Carroll A Candidate lor Appellate Judge In this District lion John D Carroll of Now Castle J one of the best known lawyers in thr State has announced as a candldat for Appellate Judge in this district sul jct to the action of the Democratii espelJa1lra long time desired to see hfm on th bench f the highest court in theStat He has held several offices of trust an honor and in all of them acquittei hiueIfwIth credit When quite young man lie served two terms in th Legislature was a member of the COil stitutjpnal Convention and one of th thr e ommlesioiiers appointed by th fficGovernorthe State to conform to the change made by the constitution and was to three yearschalrman of the Democrat MXgga tat6 Central Committee He is th editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes o OStstutesuse and that may be found in the oflic tlhighextensive nod accurate knowledge o the law and in the prime of life ill laig circle of frinnds believe he woulgmake a jplendld Judge Trimhlu DeaiourntAFOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnoounde Hon D ScCoagriiHon U O Gilbert subject to the action VeoMxnillc party Your support la earnest foMcfced WI are authorized to annoanee II HBLJ r Lincoln e uclyI dW tefor Conitrew from tfs Hie Iflgut Congressional Distrli t5iabj ettu the action of the Democratic part FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are artliorlzert to aonmnce JUDGE JICHBNAULT a candidate for the office County Judge Bf Madion County Subject I the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE B TUBPINacandidate fortheofflceofCouc ty Judge of Madison county Hubjfct to tb action of the Democratic party FOK COUNTY ATTORNEY Vtortleyare authorized to announce R ScOBOOKK a candidate lot Attorn Bnbject to the action of h Democratic pal We are authorized to announce W I BIIACKKLKOIU a candidate for County At torney of Madison connty subject to the actip of the Democratic ariy FOR SHERIFF We are at tlornfd to announce ISO W MadlsotCoulltyt Ic Party 1racandidatelect to the action Democratic Party OYHRty subject to the action of the Democrutii party FOR JAILERI OCURltYcounty bubject to the action of the Democratic party PERKINof tiDemocratic WDERll1county aubleci to the action of the Democratic party v We are authorized to announce D C MadlaCountycratic party W are autborked to announce N B JONE i subleeWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub tnt to the action of the Demcatlc party We are authorized to announce MORGAN 38countyparty GPAltltfSJIillpartyANDERSONIAKESJallero Madison county slIbject lathe action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce J if 7dUDemocratic party BUOKJOHNSONCounty subject to the action of the Democrat e are authorized to announce L R PARSE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRiLlcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSON Detnocttic n FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN PublIcaction of the Democratic party FEDW toVNStotheFOR ASSESSOR We tat authorized to announce J LBAEBB of Blue Uck Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison count subject to the action of the Democratlaparty I BOOLDEN i county subject to the action of the Democratic party BOYDpson county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can seFsecured by leaving word at the Sa Bank Trust Co or by writing j 27 U T D Chenault- i j Terrill Ky Tolepbone 350 M I Spring is Comin That means spring cleaning andof a general renovating housewife will want somethingnew In the way of JDlllitue I 11 Itt freshen up her home for summer We have everyI tj themallestBedroom Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressibg IIBeautifulronfVv Odd Chairs i Couches Davenports and everything Irvinetreetsyou our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most twantobuyoruot WSOLDHAM PROFESSIONAL CARDS e= ATTORNEYS q N MILLER RICHMOND EaqrucxTc Office n the Burnam Building next door to arm ere National Bank feb3lyI A ULLrv At AFTORNRYATLAWI RICHMOND KENTUCKY e over State Bank Trust Co op oaite Court House on Main Street 0 D OHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT ICHMOND KENTUCKYc ffice on Second street over Chen s grocery R cAttorneyatLaw irnsioND KESTDCKV eOffice over Taylor Bros Store ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office ore erry Thomas drugstore PHYSIOIAKS RS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ICHMOND KENTUCKY dee in th Dr Hibson Building MlnStreet DENTAL SURGERY IT 1aeie t1OnSO DI71TtIT OP LOUISVILLE KT iOV17iyiYM Blanton DENTIST 9Office it Bennett Building anly TELEPHONE 196 i 0 Vance D 0 6 s E OVance D 0 Physicians Hobson Bottling fiiterature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatby Asheville NC center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt A superb elevated platEan the lowest point of which is two thousand feet above the level of the sea Situated in the most favorable portion of the temperate zone The official Government records of WpBt rn North Carolina which are Lim eachable evidence give the fol lwwiu averages Spring 53 49 F Sum mer 70 72 Fi Autumn 5348 Fi Winter 87 F with a mean for the whole vear of 61 15 F and a mean relative hu mldity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human oolybySouthern Railway For Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocenrstamp to Geo B Allen A G P A SU Louis Mo C a Hungerford DP Aj7ouisvieiKy IL DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Junel5 1904 j t JJ Illoi1DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or Shelbyvilla 1S o Lm and Olilclnnatl pm Forlrrtne and Beattyrille 130 pm TRAINS AQRITK RICHMOND rom LonlsTille Lexlagton sad I iIMa m mFrosBezUyriUeaaiH Jt UMrTH G T 4 P A VIfMWHv B A WoohuM 8A ihm0i 1t1 11IC Diamonds Watches Crocks r Cutglass fitVThese are some of the V LanesJewelry watch or clock refuse to V go tab e them to Lane be will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to V Lanes hell fixtltat too If you want anything that I can be found in a first elate gttoin these kind of articles y L E Lane v- f Jeweler and Optician J r Do You Burn tQJrt If so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALSAlso Dcattyvillc Coal CO D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 List and Tail t oe jva OLD JOE VUISKY Hand mado Sour Mash guararlteed id of old style manufacture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal purposes You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in juga 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II to 5 II jugs 250II 5It II bottles 3 New Whisky fl86petKallpn Orders promptly filled WILEYSEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery vJIcBrajer novlvr Andersen county KyI New LtrerT Firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne streAt and desire a share of patronage 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 thl 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 eellinpcondltion Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken of horses put in this stable Remember the place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 2lIebBm8ftiBg Here It b time to have your old vehicle repainted and over hauled and wade as good M sew Wn will do th work at prices tbt wIHBgr priM yon Kichmood Carriage Works nftf SL WJdkiV tlJ Illinois Central Railroad Two Fast Express Trains Daily I Louisville to 10 MEMPHS ORLEANSDirect HOT SPRINGS ARKNew firstclass Line Chicago to j e St Paul and Minneapolis iand the Northwest Best of Service Free Reclining SleepersDining runningthrough conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New eJdcoirizonaand Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect Tuesduiill and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas areFarmiiigissningmonthlydairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi antiLouisiana Every Farmer or Honie eeker whit will forward his nnme anti itilof ioclusivtandfoldersdescriptiveroad agent or address PW HARLOW D P A- Louisville Kv tt GoASuccessor Tiy1OFATh 4 TAYLOR BROSI theiforh- isSpring Plowing h He handles the celebratedaI Vulcan PlowinAnd also has Cooking Stoves Ranges etc of thet Latest Pattern and Lowest Prices t- c Roofing and Guttering A Specialty r tGVIE HIM A CALL J N Our Window Screens are made and painted complete 4 randy to be put in place uiihoiit the aid of a carpen ter Prices are low with no extia charges for odd sizes Trruiinall kinds of Mill Work Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co- EHilnCiORR j Lexington Kentucky i Low Rates West j ABRIGHT future awaits you in the wonderful lands and low priced lands offer opportunities for you to own your own home See for yourself and learn from the home ownersIand 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 Froth To Great Falls Montana To Kalispell Montana WashingtonI Everett Washington Seattle Washington South St Paul Qucag3 2000 2250 3000I 2500 3300 Address any agent of the Great Northern Ry or MAX BASS F I WHITNEYCenenl Immigration Ageet Cenl fmt tad Ticket Agent SCIifkStCUcuaiiL SAINT PAUL MINNESOTA s EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY I ceo POUTH orthisSoutherrIllinoisand Louisiana We can put you In quick thepeoplereaeonable JAMaL hNw INkI TRANSPORTATION IN SIAM Qaalnt and Gorgeous Water Craft and Buggies Made Without Metal of Any Sort Slams exhibit in the department of transportation at the worlds fair will embrace many interesting novelties Bangkok is known as the Venice of the east The great alluvial plain of south ern Slam is threaded with thousands of miles of canals which serve as thethor- oughfares of the country While ia the north and the less low lying regions the rivers and rapid flowing streams serve the same purpose The Siamese are an aquatic peopleand as a result there is no nation in theIworld probably that can show number and variety of styles of floating craft as can Slam All these are represented at the worlds fair from the deli cate little priests canoe so nicely adjusted to its burden of a single person that its gun wales are scarcely above tho cappearssplendid WK rice boats which for util ity strength and form as cargo boats are scarcely surpassed in the world There are hundreds of models shown and many foilsized boats for the quiet lagoons the rougher streams and the open waters of the gulf he vehicles for land transportation almost as numerous and varied in e The various packs for the back of bulloclcs ponies and men chairs and sedans and the howdahs for the elephants are grouped with a great variety carts and sledges or drags covered and open as the case may be O rnea fullsized buggy made entirely of wood and plaited bamboo even to the springs the whole being absolutely devoid of Iron There are also fullsized bullock carts A peculiarity of all these conveyances Is that they are constructed throughout without a nail or any iron whateverIThe Slant building is one of the beau tlful structures among tho foreign buildings between Mexico and Nica TO FIGHT MICROBES e Government Will Rave an Elaborate dWorldsThe Bureau Public and iteeeany practical models Among these will be a model showing how a well is contaminated with typhoid fever or cholera by proximity to a neighboring cesspool models of drawings bf practical improved tenement houses to replace the unsanitary dwellings which crowd of some of o ri4urthe purification of water diminishes the number of cases and the death from typhoid fever and gastro testinal disease in general There will be a mod 1 of a Quaran tine Station a display of Improved disinfecting machinery showing use of steam sulphur formaldehyde and chemical disinfectants In solution a model of a floating quarantine plant or disinfecting barge a field bacteria logical outfit and photomlcrographlc apparatus a model of yellow fever theImodel of a public health and Marine Hospital Service operating roomiiThe wall space will contain photographs Illustrating marine hospitals domestic quarantine foreign quaran tine Immigration service sanitarlucbfor tuberculosis etc HYMN OF THE WEST Poet Stedman Has Written the Worlds Fair Hymn Has Been Set to Music PbeautifulClarence Stedman upon the Invitation of the worlds fair management He calls it the Hymn of the West a title befitting so splendid a production Tt has five stanzas and Prof John K Paine of Harvard university has writ grandThewill be on the opening day of the great exposition Saturday April 30 when a drilled chorus of voices will sing It OLer musical compositions specially written upon Invitation of the worlds Loulsiof the Cincinnati orchestra and a waltz Along the Plaza by Henry K Hadley of New York All are famous composers and their compositions have the originality and high merit expected for such a signal event The several pieces will be played by the many bands in their musical programmes during the exposition v Queen Anne Designed This Building The British pavilion at tho worlds fair is a reproduction of the orangery of the Kensington palace It was repro duced at a cost of over 100000 and isI one of the most elegant structures ever reared at an exposition The original building was designed under the personal direction of Queen Anne more than 2CO years ago Engine Attains High Speed The palace of transportation at the worlds fair Is a handsome building covering 15 acres In the department assigned for railroad exhibits there aro four miles of track The drivers of an engine mounted on an Immense turntable attain a speed equal to SO miles per hour Designed by the Kaiser Germanys pavilion at St Louis a reproduction of the famous castle at Cuarlottenhurg near Berlin was planned by the Kaiser William SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPINGWITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY jN OKLAHOMA POI descriptive matter tfaroBgb Mbedolc and other needed par elus acIdreaa H i McGUIRE mnwer PACMHOCK ACCKT as CABT FOURTH sntcrrC- INCINNATI etUO =18r Sale A new cottage cotiixting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nkeffout and back yard ad IiI Rood etetern Tbft hoe has jMtbeen completed h M kiss item tJeenoecQI pied For partiealani eaUat bltoflsc I u t o A SjplemdM Opjpoffirnilty r To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona i c Investors are requested tojthoroughly investigate this property owned by the i v Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and v AVwhich promise to he to Y Beltextendingworn r A Absolutely in the Center of the f Betl And in the Center of the Globe fitlinln District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled In the worldZSO Acres In a eopact bodywith undieplltetllithlo debts ofilll tbtt modern and systemtic mauner19 claimsand claim any kinddvliptnent still going on every one Copper Gold Silver apd Lead all In paying siatatjiIeswItli good a tnineore in sight on every Iny quantities of iron antI lime assure reduction of ore on the mUlul assays Tin Uranium eteLarge ymj was hOc a share and later on went to 575 per share now buy in the A v ArizonaColorado C Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co f1 V r which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stockceeds from Rale of stock goes into development work for fully paid ami nonassessable Pro machinery used hi mining and A mar millNo millittgaiul the hoist y j paul when mine is A aV lately safe It not offered as a speculation but as an investment producing for it must As an advance investment in price ztMrnnteed abso J u VFurfurther information address M FOREE MJlrI Irml Refrigatorleet ork and who sells them in towns the North Star and can be found t D a Shackellord sit Co where it has for years l3atf t Nabio Lvtp No 6 Cinnati and Livings l25pm ton Express 155 pm 3 ca15amm05pmOyuleNo U Stanford and20 p m villa Accm south Mayath Rowland 8JO a m Stan30pm = flew Firm Having purchased the grocery and fat business of Robert Hurst near L myriends anylngtantly in stock only the best of goods ind my meat market will be supplied vith the nices stock to be had and will uphold my reputation for being a lean butcher- I cowsIalso desire to purchase five niourMack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 1716mtAgents Wanted 6 a day made by our men Helling Chicajtoir Tour Trip to the Worlds eg Fair St Louis in 1904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to theMound City and an unobstructed Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District f the Waters should oe made by t- heBig Pow Route J E RE5VE9 Gen Southern Agent WARREN t YNCH O P T A nit It B 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUISand ouisiana Purchase Exposition Entire New Broadway Tract and EQUIPMENT way of the akEVS Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair iirnished free on Applicaiion end lOc silver for copy of the St Louis 2 Worlds Fair March i orParlorany agent o p MCCARTY MengeaefttqiflCinnti Ohio Doat lornet wpackkdeco pertoriu the u nihaut tailoriofbue ineaa all ow work IB jcuaniiNed J6rfi Maer oLIf S JOS D W lInnA1 SecTreasurer Branch Offiire 248 Equitable Bide Denver Colorado r rI I FRANK A WRIGHT Vice President Bianch Office MOTacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois LC t There is nothing like Good FLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits nnot be made without good Flours Our ill turns out the very best that can be had ur process for making Flour and Meal is of e latest Our brands are ElHston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE isv THE Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY IIWall Paper and Painting Wo have just received a nice line of the y newest patterns in WALL PAPEU and shall be glad to have you call anti in spect our stock b fore buying WeHavetheGoodsand aIL 13Sigmaninterior decorator and can have all tho paper you buy from us put on If you so desire and will guarantee nil work done takejobsofHouse Painting tlmatosCelltra- ctsPerry ThomasI A Reminder That we are right in the pushwith our superb stock of jt 10 10 ets Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgsalso the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions White GibsonCorner Main and Seco- ndRICHMOND KENTUCKY t 1 1 i i 1f and thorou ghly and enjoy wa it oi5 of our easy riding vehicles le1ct eaTaIeIfY rPHONEFrasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE Groceries FOR Boquet nom Lakeside at a he Richmond MAY 18 190J E Deatherace pays the highest price for wool tf The Maccabees Street Fair ad Car nival is on in Lexington this week Kentucky Day at the Worlds Fair has been changed from June 2nd to June 15th Rev J W Prather has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Log Lick Clark county Mr and Mrs Edward Mattingiy have moved into one of Mr Prewitts new cottages on Fourth street The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Churchwill convene in Mobile Ala tomorrow May 19th The Study Class of the Missionary Society will meet Friday afternoon at 3 oclock in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church For Rent Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son Ifimytf Bricklayers Wanted Competent bricklayers can secure immediate employment trai importation furnished by addressing Co itractor 312 Tyler Bldjj Louisville Ky Mad Stone KyhasBurgin Madstone and will apply it at all times lt Robence For Rent Nice two story residence containing eight rooms exclusive of bath room Watnr in building Good garden and stable Apply at this office Uct rot lontress Mr Frank Turner announces for Congress today subject to the action of the Democratic He is a citizen of Madison a miccmwfiil farmer a time tried and firetested Democrat and for his long service to the party asks this endorsement A Freak Miss Lizzie Tudor who resides In this oonnty has a freak or nature in the way of a turkey Several weeVs silo a young brood of turkeys was taken off the lIest and one of the number wa blessed with three perfectly formed IAIrR and feet the third one projecting from the wing The fowl otherwise if nil right and seems perfecilv healthy bethnsly Injured Miitnn Collins baiilgn carpenter forth fi A railroad was perimilv injur ed erdiy about noon He wxs walk intr along the track flagirinir a freight trmn anti before bo was aware of Its nenrnnps was struck with firce by some tits cm a flat ear The hack of his bean was hit and conpii sl n of the lirain follownd He was taken to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary where he was made aa comfortable us possible Ills wound ie very serious and his recovery is doubtful B to Do Want to Drive- In a stylishelegant and handsome Depot Wagon of Runabout comfortably yourseJfThe you handsome UWtS RICHMOND 16- 5FRESH AGENTS Peas 20c Can- T Climax WEDNESDAY Talephone292 2tI Something You Buggy Phaeton Surrey TheFinishing Touch appeared without the fin ishing touch This you will not have laundryis To be certain of this send laun idrytotheM N Lexington Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry fOrace Rice Arnolds Sboev Store Phone ofChargeSustained The Court of Appeals eustained the judgment of the Madison Circuit Court IIinIDavtdover 10000 Wire Fence I am agent ior the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENOE Those wishing to purchare the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG may 1104lyr Richmond Ky A Splendid Mart Mr John Duty of this city iriare of which he is very proud TheI animal was bred when she was three Vears old and since that time has pro duced a colt every year All her off EIcordI Bazaar The ladies of the Baptist Church wish to announce that they will holda fBazaar on next Saturday May 21st It 4 is not known exactly where it will be istreetbe offered Oozing Exercises of Madison Institute Music and elocution recital next Saturday night in the College Chapel Bac calaureate sermon by W K Azbill of Columbia Ky Sunday morning in the Christian Mr Azbill was a missionary in Japan for a number of years Childrens entertainment Mon day night at Grand Opera House Class Day exercises Tuesday morning In the Chapel Senior Promenade Tuesday night on the Institute lawn An other music and elocution recital on Wednesday night Commencement Exercises Thursday the 26th inst In the Christian church The Art Studio MondayTusday NEWHY Miss Etta nittiof Crab Orchard visited Miss Gertrude Tudor last Sun dayMr William F Brock of College Hill spent last week with his brother Mr C F Brock Miss Belle Million has returned from accompaniedhome Rev L S Ewton has resigned as pastor of the Maple Grove Baptist church at this place Miss Nora Million entertained last Saturday niirht in honor of her guest Miss Lula Campbell of Richmond Miss Mahet C Tudor gave a delight ful social last Saturday night in honor of her guests Misses Ella Long and Florence Cotton of Kirksville TUDOR Beautiful in the sight of the Lord ia the death ofHis saints Fol lowing close upon the death of her mother which occurred last Junerwac the death of little Nellie Tudor 4slaughter of Mr S R Tudor Nellie was a beautiful child nor was this all she had unusual intellect and charm of manner that would well befit one ol maturer In her death the whole community mourns with the fond parent and brother whose hearts have been rent intwain and who have the very deepest and most heart fell- Rympathy Hor suffering was but a few hours She lived near Ruthton The funeral services were conducted at iilead church last Tlyirsdav by Rev O W Shepard at 11 a m after which the body of little Nellie was taken to the family grave vard where it rests under a bed of flowers to await the coming of her Lord and Master NCrMay 10 1004 BAT tyr JC il nlwnv m interesting subjeetespcciallywhen Jyou know Vh ere to find such We have everything J in season in tile grocery line J Green Vegetables all kinds of 5 Canned Goods Fruits Candies tin fact everything that can be found in a first Jgrocery We call special attention to our line of SEEDS We bundle all ifinds of J FIELD AND GARDENS jGIVE US A CALL I Horber quguelg c Successors toE JDcatherage Co S a I- iiqii oJ t t t t t D I fi 1 Fine Hatsa r Swellstylesolder men The worlds best brands to select from Youmans Roeloff Pioneer Stetsonand others in all colors and blocks sizes up to 7 34Best values for the price 1 to 5Zi l t 1 Mr Roberts Announces befoundRoberts for City Attorney This young gentlemen is too well known to our peo pie to need an Introduction He first came here from Texas as a student at Central University from which Insti tution he graduated with honors For a number of years he has practiced his profession law here and numbers his friends by his acquaintances He is a gifted lawyer a model nun and a staunch Democrat He is in every CityAttorneycerned and in his candidacy he solicits the support of the Democrats of the town DEATHS HAnnIA telegram was received here last Wednesday announcing the death of Miss 1arrie Harris which oc curred in Turn Arizona Miss Harris left here last fall to make her home with a sister in California The news oilier death came as a great shock to her friends and relatives as the last news from hr was that she was well No cause or tier death was given Deceased was a sister of Dr Giles Harris of this city and Dr James Harris of Missouri Colored School Cummencement a Success The Grand Opera Honse was filled with citizens of both racs on the occa sion of the Commencement of the Rich mond Colored High School Friday evening last One side of the audito rium had been reserved for the white people and many ladles and gentlemen attended and gave close and apprecia tive attention to the exercises There were two graduates A fine address was delivered by Hon Albert While LL B colored graduate of Howard University and Dean of tho Law Department of the colored University at Louisville This was the real feature of the exercises nnd met with dserv ed attention and frequent applause The speaker who is possessed of a fine deep voice and easy address is eloquent and forcible and said noth ing that woud affront the most fas tidious or partisan white citizens Indeed his lecture to the idle IHZJ and profligate members of his lace wasutirnelv ard wise The principal Prof Russell con ducted the exercises with becoming Ilguhtyand the singing orations and essays showed careful training on the part of the corps of teachers of the school Victory Snatched From Defeat Yesterday when the Magistrates took up the question of appropriating eight Hundred dollars toward the suppnrt ol ills Pattie A Clay Infirmary the most aiiuine frIends of the Institution had Jespaired of favorable action by the countys fiscal officials There was u sad looking set of men and women who gathered In the court loom to witness what they believed would be the obse quies ot the noble institution that had weathered so many storms But after speeches aLI arguments had been heard the Magistrates by a vote of four to ttirett made the appropriation amitbeiH was lund rejoicing among the friendb of the Institution present This was the vote For Esquires J D Dykes J It Berry 1111 Broujhton James Lu ns ford against Esquires Collins Oov IT Bogie W A Johnson iiot voting Esquire Tom Williams- It wa 8liuwn that the Infirmary lisa not only not been an expense to the taxpayers but that it has saved the um of six hundred dollars of jublic money that would otherwise nave been expended for the care of pa tients sent there nut to mention the shorter period of sicklieSt and absence low work the patients who would lays been longer a burden to tin iiiblic treasury had they been placed in unskilllul hand Strong endorse went of the small appropriation w remade by Hons J W Caperton J Stone Walker John IX Goodloo J C Cbs nault G W Gates and Mr C E WOO IJ It was understood only two men were favorable to the tion when the court change of sentiment was a compliment to the Intelligence of the toirt one magistrate so we hear confessing that he had just conio to understand the vnliift of an institution to any conitmniity In thiS fare of this verdict and with tHXiM eM of Richmond petitioning foi the levy to upport the Infirmary thin City Council will not withhold tho pittance nsked of the city for the worthy wHch receives from thie cit and county ably ithiGit one Iialf the money reouire tIt IsII5 daily rUUIlIt4 fiSf4 f jt That leaders the first palce the clothing business fact every and boy Madison county Few stores outside carry stocks such as and this large dealing which puts toihwith the foremost clothing makers America gives iadvantages buying and selling surpassed many city however large These advantages strikingly shown inour collection Spring Summer Suitsa collection fso extensive selected readily finds thing fancy with an assortment skillfully adapted variation shape build perfect assuredwithout delay madetoorder clothes Prices range from reliably cheap finest 5 8 10 1250 15 18 20 22SO forjless Opinions Expressed ourhometogether socially This broad spirit of communIty UuitedWeCovington Banks ofliustIemond the great supply depot for Estill goodstheChins F Higgins is the real gateway to the and the After the road its It will be 250 miles shorter from Chicago by way of Cthianbyanytown has Such excursions teach us to know and each other They have things we must we have things From the moment Judge Beatty opened his eloquent lids in wel andhisEWoodsI want to go again Rice So do J IL StoufFer livelyfaithnoss relations with and secondly that the same spirit maid cltizpnsItWD Ol ham The grandest ever to get acquainted with a people I xpect a crowd from Beatty tbemII found one It As Madison made it possible for us to have this railroad they see county people will not forsake their L R lilnnton Only by visiting Beattyville can one learn what a fine business point it is tier merchants are wideawake and hei citizens truly hospitable Allen Zaring A perfect lay for weather pleasure and general about Beatty Arnold It was a lesson of n lifetime to travel through the beautiful region and to BeattyvihienudIrvine No better pecple on earth than those at Beattyville and IrvilleA D Mil ler From start to finish the day was a delightful outing and I can tiuly say the good people of Beatty vill e and those of Irvinn too impressed me with Beattyilleisand her men anti women are the salt ol the earth I am glad to testify to the kind received at their hands and shall be glad to return it at any limel T Covington The glad Land of welcome could not have been extended more cordially than BattyvthleDopleasantly received and entertained and I think the trip will be the means of bringing us closer together socially and commercially E V Because of the warm aiid kindlv wel come given The Richmond Business Mens Excursion by the citizens of Beattyville arid other places along the line nnd the apparent interest taken by all we feel that Richmond will he greatly benefitted by the ex change of courtUiea of that davA day to be loop and remembered by all who were so fortunate as to be participants Frasa Bros The way to getbusiness is to show Beattyville that we have the goods the priie and this qhippintt faclli laS am1 that we want theirtrale Now weal know the L A road is the shortest routelts tariff low obliging and we defy with the worth its to prices quality and variety of good produce and manufactures All we ask la a trial merchants awake now to their oppor tunitiwreast of us Welcome Beatty viil wild Irt Lfcckef i Hamilton 1 we are Richmonds in race for in Jis a wellknown to practically man in j in Kentucky of Loitfsyifle of magnitude ours us in of us in not are vast of fine and and so well that every man just the his calls for sizes so to every of and that a Fit is the jgand extra cost up to the very A L letKys Beattyville mountains sea joompletes connections CrutcherA Evans appreciate buy neilhborptrulyW fervent Judge featurfsrile Beattyville gether opportunity oQered bighearted RichardJIcKee large sentiment county friends information villeRce reception interested pleasantly ItaofjScialR all competition Richmond are Stylish Furl shings 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 theifinest two for a quarter collars made Try them Agents for Perrins fine French Kid Gloves Im young approprllll leathers Elected At a meeting of the School Board held recently Misses Curtis McKinney and Mary Miller were elected to fill the vacancies caused by the resignation of Misses Bessie Covlo and EmmA LIUII can The faculty of Caldwell Highs School has always been a very strong one and excellent work is done by both pupils and teachers The rest ot the faculty remaIns as it was namely Professors Brock and Noland Misses Ruth Crowe Bessie Dudley Janie Feland Leila Harris Alma Scriven er Willie fra nor urraleen Smith and Mrs Akers Misses McKinney and Miller come highly recommended and we congratulate the School Boat d upon having secured the services of two such competent teachers Caldwell High School ranks with the first public school of the State anti our people pint to this institution as one of the prides of our town Mrs F Bornam Dead Sadness hung like a pall over our city when it became known that Mrs Curtis F Hurnam one of our oldest best known and must hotforud women had entered into her eternal rest Fri iluy last May 13 loot at 10 a ui Al expectwlforvere blow to tier faintly and friends Sarah tolling Ktirnam was born in this county in 1825 hence was 79 years old She was the slaughter of Doctor nd Mrs Anthony Rollins her motliei being a Miss Bodes before her marri age In 1845 she was led to tbe altar by Major uurtls F Burnain also a na tive ot Madison From this union there resulted eight children namely Messrs Anthony Rollins Thompson S Rob ert Kodes James and E Tntl Burnam sod Mrs Wailer Bennett and MBSCP Lucia and Sallie Hurnam The death ot the aged mother is the first that ever ccurred in this large family Mrs Burnain lived to see all her children irown and to see many of them with happy handsome children about them SIte been active worker in church andcharilable organizations At the time of her death she was President of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Association and Vice President of the Board of Directors of the same instl ution She had been a member ol this Association since its foundation and here as elsewhere will her pres Puce and work bn sadly missed This ntire Board of Directors attended hei funeral and one of the prettiest ot this many floral offerings was from that body it beluga long rope of ropes carnations and smilax tied with white tulle Hers was a long and useful life one that has been identified closely with our citv She wits a lifoIonjf member of the Old Baptist church and was a true child of God When out looks back over the long years of her life be says theywero beautiful and well spent She was a devoted wife and a tender loving mother The large daughtersislug and influence than any written scroll could be Her funeral services were conducted at the house Sunday morning at 10 oclock by Rev P F Adam assisted by Dr Dodge and Rev E H Bnrnani of Virginia brother of Major Burnam Her remains fol towed by a long procession of sorrow ins friends and relatives were taken to Special for Thursday May 19th Ribbons AND posierg B4W Turner 1 II l t ur beauiful cemetery where they now rest nests ith a perfect wilderness herlegionextended to all the family in this their first great frn r in nearly half a cen tury but usuaL of all to the aged bus bund now 89 years old whose help sixtyyearsand mercy bind up the broken hearts and help them to bear the loss of one who was all that He intendedshe should bea perfect woman nobly planned a true and loving wife and a devoted and sacrificing A TRIBUTE motherI waysNeither riJhtthourhprehend thorn In the dispensations of His providtpce He sees fit to nip plantedina few bouts or r few days taken from the embrace ot the young mother sometimes the years are prolonged and at a full and ripe old age as a hock of corn in His season He pntteth in the grainThethe latter exerIse of His power and it is of her that we wish to write Mrs Sa tah floll ins li irnani tho devoted faithful and 1spared wife of lion Curtis F ttu nam was a woman endorsed alike bv nature and grace with sure and peculiar gifts and virtuesswhich are fun beauty and of true suit noble womanhood of loyal and devoted wifehood of gentle and loving motherhood of considerate and affectionate womanhood and of gener ins and gracious sainthood In every relation that she sustained in the do mestic circle in the social sphere or in the fellowpMp of the church of Christ she was a1 ways faithful courteous hospitable conscientious and kind Ol may lie said that she measured up to the Fmdard of the ideal wife nvither mill friend as portrayed by the Wise Man in the Book of Proverbs when he iiarncterized such a woman saying Iler pice is far above rubies The heart f liar husband trnsteth in her so thm IIP shall have no need or spoil She will do him good and not toil all the dayc of her life Her chil en arise np rud call her blessed her tuiahand also and he praseth her In her tongue is te law of kindness She etched out hqr hand to the poor yea slin reacheth forth her hands to the needy She s a woman that tears the Lord Giv her of the fruit ol her praislhprhe deceased as her friends and loved ones knew hoe Hers was an exem narv usrn and beautiful life lived to make othf i happy spent in kindly ministries f r others good and devoted to the serve of her Saviour She rests from her labors but her works follow her so that those who mourn her loss cnn also comfort one another wMli these words Those who sleep in Jesus Go will bring with Him on that day vhen all shall he gathered homo and we shall ever be with the Lord One less at hornet The circle broken a dear sweet fare placeilulcleansedOne more In lIei Ten W HDODGE RESOLUTIONS At a meeting ol the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Association the following publishedWhereas Our Heavenly Father has called from our midst our beloved President Mrs Curtis Field Burnam and Whereiw Our Association loses the invaluable cervices of one who from tin foundation ff theinstitutiun has given purseherResolved That we the officers and member of the organization record flu grief at the removal of this great corner atoa of charity love and wisdom from Mir circle Her heart ever throbbed i compassion for the Infirm nry and RII those who sought relief within itn wall Her deep convictions of our pubiic and private obligations to sustain this noble charity continually strengtlienol and sustained us in our battle against adversity in its behalf And now that she has entered into spiritvilluse work to which sho gave liberally aiid loviupv in testimony of our rev erence nit Gratitude onr admiration atiJ love fur dir lamented President air behalf of all hid members ui the Asso ciatioii wgiv i publicity tothl8 feeble tribnte Mr RTi Gentry PrfaJioard Mm Jw Bennett WiA8en- Mm U Miller grfcy AWJI Mrs Muni SWcktste tfrey Board J l 1 I Walk= Hanans are recognized everywhere as the worlds finest shoes for men All the newest styles always in stock5 to 6 We have a great stock of other fine shoes in all styles of lasts and leathers from 2to3 And plenty of the best soft easy work shoes at 1 25 50and 1 75 ii U II M Grand rr V IABrilliant Success A representative audience dissembled lastSaturdaythe Comic Opera presented by Miss eventhadgreat deal of pleasure and in no way was the crowd disappointed The stage appointments were beautiful and appropriate and all the costumes ATxDennyfourth loud applause His acting was splendid and he showed great talent and with practice would easily become DeWolfHopperwere taker by 3 of Richmonds sweetest KateSmithdaintySpanishwell rendered Prof Hutcheson as Oarloe the lover was a general favor turnJ lrJmentionTheshowedsigns of earnest and hard work pupUsUissthe success of her undertaking a sue cess as to the caste the costumes and the general presentation and a success financially Wo congratulate her meet heartily and can easily say Tin Doctor of Alcantara was one of the best amateur performances over givon here Denthieratebefore OverSHOES J lztheTheyare ijtOUIBANKSiOURIV 4 i4 y W Y W IV y Walters Schcol Commencement On Friday evening May 20th the commencement exercises of Walters School will be held at the Grand Opera House The graduating class is composed of Messrs William Marstellar and Hubert Cornelison both of this place The address to the class will be made bv Col Bennett H Young of Louisville and Saxtons Orchestra of Lexington will furnish music for the occasion The public is most cordially invited to attend these exercises The Walters School is a splendid in stltutioh giving to young mea thorough academic training thns preparing them for the higher Colleges and Universities Prof Barrett and his assistants have done excellent work here and have made many friends The Opera House will surely be filled with interested friends both of the School and the two young men who are to receive diplomas Mr Marsiellar will continue his studies next year at Princeton Uni versity For the CLIMAX Our Next Congressman In a former article we had occasion to compliment a speech on Imperialism made in Congress by the Hon Goo G Gilbert Recently we have read with pleasure another speech by him on The Republican Party and What it Stands For In this speech he makes a powerful summary of the de sception fraud and chicanery practiced by the party to deceive and swindle the people Any thinking Democrat who will read carefully these two productions of Mr Gilberts must be compelled to admit that he is the equal if not supe il J CRY ay nor of any representative we have ia either House of Congress Betwen Mr Gilbert and the writer there is no band of famllno ring influence nor personal interest whatever Wo asia ply believe in giving praise whore praise is due and aid to the worthy Mr Gilbert has made us a very able and efficient public servant ard wo think it is due him and to our best in terosts to keep him in our service He V is the right man in the right place His education and general knowl edge are of that superior order that make him a power in Congress an l cause him to be respected and admirer by members of the first order of intelli gence and influence Is there any possible reason why wr shall retire Mr Gilbert and substitu1 some untried and inexperienced man True the very qualifications that mak him eminent in the halls of Congress become in some degree a source ot weakness among the people He car not and will not employ the resources of the bummer politician nor stoop the ring influences and chicanery peculiar to the modern aspirant True he has served two terms in Congress but this has been ably don to the entire satisfaction of his constituents and should be the deciding rea son for his retention there A valid economical principle in business is to retain a servant who proves himself to be capable and trusty It seems to us that the question of our future Con gressman narrows itself to the fin pointwhether we shall experiment with an untried and unknown quantity or hold fast to that which we have tried and know to be capable and true J S R Orlando Ky G zeSigllof iMeTXe La1i 1 Il date novelties in Belts Fancy Stocks Purses etc is OWEN McKEES corner 1IE- 1I Main and First streets II3IFIiIThe House for the noted Acorn Brand Ladies Shirt Waists carried exclusively by us is OWEN McKEE S corner Main and First streets JIi k V- Iid gOWENLiIjLii House for the most uptodate Gents Furnishing Goods is OWEN jj McKEES corner Main and First streets ii-J f J The House r 9E3mi Ii1j J1 l14Ifordsji Goods line first and always is OWEN McKEES corner Main and First Sts fJt l tt 1 Join and help swell the great throng that visits our store daily A JD t i iIi will demonstrate our supremacy in new styles for Spring4lld Summer every shelf and box peps forth the evidence of our reful choosing whiC l IJcommands the admjra ion of everry feminine heart Lack of space prev r g Nj1our mentioning the hundreds of wondsrtful values to be had in every depapuientr I ic IJ h W j GOODS NOTIONS SUITS cLoAIcruRswRAPS kc s iL O rL KUJH1t 2 vv EVANS JR New Firm cANIt A Magnificient Stockof Goods Jt Everythinf the 33 home beautiful tcan be found in our store c 1 c I g and our prices will sUitIS everybody I- We are at home at JopIints old standon Main street and we guarantee the best 1 andmost polite attention c New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines =25 30 and 35 Full Eall Bearings cgive us acall 3 Crutcher Evans r Main Street Richmond Ky 3 tOr1J jcjint at the Worlds Fair Calrt vvell Drake the builders of the Agricultural Palace at St Louis the largest building in the world write We are using KINLOCH PAINT- C all our work and find it entirely silislactorr Caldwell Drake arealso the build ers of the Horticultural Building the Irish Village four State buildings and other Worlds Fair structures aggregating over a million dollars They are builders of the new Arkansas and West Virginia State Capitols the 1000000 hotel at West Baden and numerous other public buildings Konte Such a about paint their work requires Their specifications most skilled When ihcyuveKnrioCH on work pronounce sstislaclcry paint paint en your home high thaw in looks Hade colors local agent IlIord other paint price quote surprisingI Ftisfa tory WHEREVER HAVE AGENT YOUO DEALER WILL GET KINLOCH FOR IF SHOWN WRITING DIREOT KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY LOUIS THERE SUBSTITUTE For sale by R S BROWN Kirksville Ky 27 = J L WATSON = 1and 20 Upper Lexington Ky GreatClearance Suit Stock OneHalf Regular Price youbsremilnr h IIih Standard of Gtrmunt Sioekj when we offr ttuuh ntiftiins nsiths know just what your money wo mife for regular Suits for regular S25 Suits s18 for regular Suits for regular 40 Suits Tlvoiorea la priced fnly onethird than Silks wool rpes a A oharmmjr material of light texture is very freely sold at 1 Mo bain Scoluh Mixtures shades 4c yard Sensational Goods that usually sold Imnionee in G vry piec is an uptodate high weave that formed sold a thinl than we offer them this week Take ndvantn r ti while the stock is complete J L WatsonJ 8 and 20 Uppr Lexington K- yV7 7I7F 7I 7It When you gk+ ing to 4PaintPRPARm HOUSE PINT It is unequaled for Durability Finish THE BEST i Mth oy VAL LZ SONZ 4 Louisville Ky II For Sale by W LEEDS Richmond I 7I7 L Time Springs Arkansu Iron Mountain e a liltt the iieat N uionn Health Inrp Resort N in Itixr IliiimtH rnaIiipriiiir pwial l St LOUM lidlv at in makiiii lliti rtt in li hour Thiw otlinr dqily train HnndsonJH dK riiive liteni tin nhtain d culling on oraddie sin r A JAljIAOIIEB D P 419 Valnnt srpet incinnati 0 Redued Rates the West and Southwest via Southern Rry Hound trip Honifiiiwkprs Uolonist rates in eUVrt oil and thinl Inwtlays in each month Call on r address T W CRBWS- Tr v Pass Agent 8t K Main Rt T xlnelon + LT+++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Ckxilest and most refreshing that can be found in the city dispensed by upibo late and aecomino datiui i Qtanlae tariHer Water es i 4w r St linn is particular the uses ticular paint dtmand the best workmanlike labor of artisans all their and it entirely it stamps it as thoroughly goc dcpcrdnile the you wsal own KIXLOCU is not priced paint ilthough it hijilgniiBcne and it vears longer other paint The market and vcil the time in standard will tell you why you can not to use any The he will you be WE NO OWN YOU THIS AD BY TO ST MO IS NO M N Sale of Entire at f I wi the our and you tl expuuu for We do all that pr 11 20 00 13 50 00 75 35 00 22 50 00 Cl but Iese usn il and 98o atrl 25 all 39 and per f Sale of White Ifor 25 and SOCtit loc saving Black Dry Ilul4 grade for mum N are use and L Ky L 1 Now Thi to Visit Hot via T and now full licIt HveM K20 lens hall fast Lure call free hy A to RIcl one way first Ky UALL of drinks are Et Tat if it par in ary all nil the Our will 93 Before you breed your mare go to Collins Walk ers stable on Irvine street and see the best hredand the best breeding horse in the country Farwood 16796 standard and registered is a chestnut stal lion J6 hands high Only 15 to insure a living colt Have vonr old vehicle repainted and new rnbher tillS to take the place the old worn out etHel tires you are imwiminj you wilt have a new invevHucrifur spring and summer The Ricnhmpd Arriage Works will do tim wort at priites that will astonish you Satisfaction gniirinleed i S L MioiciFP Prop IR sure to take your wool to Coy inrton Arnold Brn They wilt Py von cash for it SOatf KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS 1Ic ONSUMfTION OUfiMS and lOCOS Prf- MSOcSlM Frt TrW turert maa GuicJiest Cure tot all TKOAX and XTJ17G TKOUB irKOur BAO- Xf I cAbyP4g1wSkt4 po ri L r fcls9SaiK w For Sale Procrt 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 Ktl Mo 2 Ko3 KI5No6 No7 No8 No 9 No 10 No11No No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 21 No 22 No 23 to 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 29 331 No 30 A two story frurae residence contain Ing6 rooma and two hmll In Rich mond Lot 40xlSO feet amil bum piIce 1060 J50U less tha- orlglpalOOst A two tor3 frame residence on one of the htceat resident streets In Blcb mond Has all accessary outbuild Inn A treat bargain for anyone de siring a nice home Two nice residences near Main street and only three square from coiit house A more deolnble location an Ideal home could not he found These residences will be sold at a bargain 1120 will buy a good town lot 40x2rt nod town lot on good street 40x 500 feet Price JIM producingfarmrevldenee barn and other outbuild lags Price Jl 500 Good farm containing about acres rood reldeneelhun and other im tocallty Prlco- 5soo Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve ment Can be bought In connection with No 8 Price J1000 Four cottage on nice street weli Improved Price 1000 each lood cottage in firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing sever ctlyLamnecessary outbuildings Price 311 Good lot suitable for busIness house can be bought cheap- A four room coltage and seven acres oflnd fivmrresin grass and two in garden good orchard find grape buildingTiiiai thriving vlllnge where churches f schools lire convenient Price J500 Inlticbmnndrontiijnfiig cityLotA two alorv residence In good neighborhood Let 120x150 feet All necessnry outbuild ng Price 2811 A nice residence for nnyot deslr tngnn Ideal home One cf the best constructed nlid In Richmond well improve Piles 2200 neighiiiriood Co tage on a nice resident street mnininlngfonr rooms and neces sary nutitnlliing Pun t lurched on the installment pln A grea hargnli t 1100 Will nttint residence for purchaser roomsheautlflltimlinlldlngslncndlng m od stabp and cl tern Price lan Will on installment plan Will pair residence for in fhawr contsiiIport4l esMtnled in be t re ldenei portion of ity Sahle coalhnea- nd all other necessary out lipl anyonieirlngFarm contalntug 90V acre sigh mil s from ibis city This innd al In grass arid Is AI good farm ant- Is well watered There bA Up land a smll residence adottunecex ary oithulldlnit Txicallt he t fij Oiniv- Flonnand grit mill Anderson nnllelInllbuilt years am Seam and wafer power thel tter tbrpe mOO hxofth tt7erltitlbolt acres with Ill mill Inclul inir wh t i with the hnis e of rooms All fori or MOO forth mill and the it rres OnebaK cast Has fine trade No mill in 19 miles Also n SOliHrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Ht river Flenni power new nptodate In ever particular and good dwelling will improvements and 9 acre of land Cbs to Southern raIlroad Pricft 9000 Also acres of Florida land Ir Mannvilel on rallrond street through plarn leaving S ncres on one rldlwltb 2story 5roon hnn r and oranges cache pwirs plum grape be rirg and 8 acres on oth erslde with 6roota tstory house oranges peaches pears plums snipes etc all for SZII or y e 6 acres for 1800 or tbeo acres foi 1100 325 acres In Allen count Ky on rallnad and Pike about So acre crltlvated about 15 III timber and grsss and shoot in grat Ti-mer place is rut to 16 inches but shingletiesfor the place twice over A large partis fenced Thprsret dwell ings mOms each and Otis ttorr oftwo stories with rooms above has wells and springs for water Is IP growtobaccofor 200 Onebalicash- Aiandsome frame dwel lug containing eight room two halls bath rooms with hot and nUhousoiitbiilldlnes Baa location Richmond for hoarding house Folloiriaf Special Rates In Effect via L N One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 npriJ F lid 19 also to Kansas and Missouri or tame dates J Hamilton Ap nt ro THOSE s wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jsfJ Veare pleased lostatethat it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Irbnckle Simmons Nearer Hamilton O Finnel f W tasters I V WiUlock tltapPDarton WTeater I W Prewttt LA Wearren O McWharer EarlyI Rrbmond Waco Rrrl House View Baldwin JJewby Buthton Fdentna olltn burg Paint IJck alliceton Brrea ElrkiTllle 50 S EXP NCE 11 TRADE MARKS I DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac mayqulcklmunICAoUonutrlcUconDdentla VefItdalSdtitifiC RIErkrn drcuJat10nyear four months L Sold tyall newidealen MUM Ca1rrNtwYkBranch OWcs B K BU WuriMacton D Weak xHeartsAre a hundr i popie unto hm Mart trouble indigestion r Mart dltttse not organic are aot only IracMbl to but JM the direct raault of tedt EMMOB All food Mkealnto UM atomacK which fails of perfect dlfectfoa fMVMnts and theheartUw Mart aad In the wtme tl time that Mfaftta but vttJ off n becomes diseased sdasoschhoiiSisaMwishsVMH ItookKodol Dr M ta Cw tor ataMCfoB OHBtt MM It lilt elDiPWItMY JUt mA MtevM tlMMnlaohei til asnroM Urato and the heart ail JWwas Mlf suo1 tKttM llM sew aile WidL for IOL PrVMiMt b O ftrtrHT CO OHtOAOO br p T1iR f L i+ ii Sal Excvntat To St LoWs The C H D Ry wiffrun specia excursions to tlie Worlds Fair each Tuesday and Thursday from May 17th 1904 to June 30th 1904 The excursion isIs will find this line most convenient invIerofthefactthaUheO D enters St Louis over tim Wabash tracks thus gaining the advantage of the Wabaeh Station right at the main en trance to the grounds in addition to the regular Union Station Terminal The Wabash is the onlyitne having a Station at the Grounds To all who delre to avail themselves f the ample accommodations of the many arre hotels convenient to the nnin entrance Ihe arrangement In trliich the 0 H Is J can check hajj znge direct to the station will he very convenient avoTilinepnpfiihle delay smV convenience ufa lmp tranpfnr lironglrthe city advantaires offered bj iio other line from this territor- yWAQERSYILLE Mis Minnie Rue Pcrivner died of consumption on the twentythird of April aged about22 years Mr Robert Thomas and Miss Minn AJiimbaire were married on tile fWRijty fourth Rev T P E 1warda preached at trm place lastSntiilnv Mig Nettle WngerR ispent Tlmrsdaj night Miss Grapp VHgerK- Mr Lnther Park vNited T P Ewnrds a t Friday Mr Luther Ptrj isn Eastern Xeti tnrky lixikinir if ir liioiiitertstif this Black I ininoil Company The many frln fs of Jim Warfonl ire w loininir him hACk after several vearsppent in Hm West Rev T P ElwanU will preach ri Macedonia rliiinli in Mnntgomn county the third Saturday In this month Import t Juice cf Time wlhe I A Monday May 2 1904 On this Itbclle tln followini rilanK uf tJiiK ill tic made ill hItl ifnl xiit departure of trmu 1t Rich iionil viz- ilain tin 2 tuiw leaviii at 005 I illrIOMelion with In tj it r fo ltxnifion iiirinnini Mr inir a Intuit place at 725 and laifi iHre HI 1015at in tui lIIltkJtclcollillll vili tie fontliprit It l HV at Vfrwii 64 frirfiniivillH rrafhiiilr there at 1046 a in Train No t Vow arriving a i 1115 n will art le nt ame tiiiie io ilnn mi tu Irviii trriyjiijtjpre HI 1255 m Irain Nil 4 wifl arrive fmm Irvine at 1 n p m tn iiKHt tiiiif tiiii uiHk tif cia ciniM ction at NirliulHvi v Innctlnn for l cmton nnii inciiin i riling foiiiH plact at 5I6nn lla r plHcrut 7i p m and 1I11 ke se iliaieci at VlrItIIIt wl1l11 iitliem Hal w r for Ixnii villa ai iviiiT Iwf tit 815 II III ddu No t will arrive at mtllll10 p m BeatiyiiPrHlli ut 5 iniv IPTIHK iticlinioii rrl 5y toIIUIt I tl J id leitvti u 500 1111 niHkini con ptiioi at Itt yule unction tut Jackson Snnilay PH vi will m iiti mi first nnilxy in June frji ldlp fur whii rill lie am iiiivil later n A fllllltIlicililltr Aflt Followir j Riles In Effect viaL KrmikfoM Mv to 17 mul 18 limIted i 21 if frt II l 2i Cents round trip lemiiit K Ni ve- Cxrthafri Jolln Mo May 18 to- N limited HV 81me fare plus 50 eta llulltiaHrthrCnAilfliiliP Oiiv V JJulv 10 and 11 liinit il 23 tif fim pliiK SI round trip MysticIlritheJ W HAMILTON ARflnt R K Iiiujm and Lyrnnh Parrlpl lays nppiipil flr8tcl livery stable n IrvIne strpe hptwpeir Spcoml and Iliinl and sick the public foi n slmr f their pHtrnuiiga Both are expp rienceil workmen Satisfaction irimran efl1613n ATTfNTION Ve have miiv d onr produce business frjrimihe East End of Main Btreer to the Garnett HoU8f storeriKitu on Spcond street where we will bfi glad to welcome onr friends until patrons NVe will continue to pay tilt highest market price for iggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce ive us a call in our new Quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second stieei 2cljtiiiiv KHHMOND KY u WorldsFoir Short Line- Southern Railway I 43 Miles the ShortestI KnSUnt an lipst t1 hot WoiBsI air Look at the Schedules dailyteae4MpUISolid Ob itervatlnt Dinuii Car unit day coaches through Iritn Versailles to St Louts without cHn o dailyleaveAt lye St uis752a ni Solid trnicof IulllilIQ andav en tsh astln u h from Vers nltlf to St Louis wlhnt c nnie All tahjtlllked se cnnnptjon nl Union Staiinit St LnnU with Suburban service an1 Electifroitts direct to the W o Id Fairground Rnnnil iriji Excn i si n Rates from Yersallles f1665 grid returning DecTh 04 isbitydaa1l9TIcket JB sale flaily atahove rats daysCoaI peoi l late ltEMullane v VirL4allPitiLKSCFo Wfc r Louii iJ tlCyGs Ali lea G4MaFil1 Louis Mon lId wtL Ii n SECRETSAt the S rtco of Suffering Woman on her way to semiinvalidbn inuchpainrgnorance in as the true cause motherhood Mothers Friend takes the uoctori place and site has no cause for an inleij view She is her own doctor applicationIrpregnanclwill enable her to undergo the in a cheerful mood and rest undisturbed Mothers Friendis a liniment for external use only It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the successful due of Allwomen about to become mothers sited sendonl to a drug store and for Jioo secure the r Ibirth remedy Healthy liabief are tile result of useing Mothers Friend Our book othehood mailed frer THE BRADFIELD REGULA TOil Co ATLANTA BI ADVERTISES MATRIMONY Missourian Advances Reasons Why Young People Should Marry His Motives Thomas M Skaggs of Sturgeon Uo Is believed to be the firs man to buy space In a newspaper to advertise the advantages of matrimony He carries- a regular advertisement in theLeader the only paper in Sturgeon in which each week he advances some nawTeason why the young people should marry As a result of his vigilant advertising cam paign the number of marriages in Stur geon and vicinity has greatly Increased Mr Skaggs is not inspired by wholly unselfish motives He is a notary public and performs marriage ceremonies for which he receives a fee It Is necessary tomake application for a license before a notary public and he receives a fee for that service also As Sturgeon Is not tho county seat prospective brides and bridegrooms must obtain their licenses In Columbia To simplify matters and make the road to matrimony easy Mr Skaggs has made arrangements with the marriage license clerk in Columbia to send licenses by mall on his application This saves the young persons a trip to Columbia and when they are in a hurry to marry they can obtain a license by telephone One of Mr Skaggs characteristic advertise mentsreads as follows Take my advice young man Get married and let me send for the license for you I can keep a secret Although preachers did a thriving Skaygsbeganfar behind by his progressive methods HeperformR ninetenths of themarriage ceremonies In Sturgeon and many come from a distance to be married by him PRODUCTION OF STEEL Output for 1903 Shows That Heavier Bessemer Bails Are in Demand A recent Issue of the Bulletin the official organ of the American Iron and Steel association makes the following announcement concerning the production of Bessemer steel ingots and rails during the year 1903 The total production of Bessemer steel ingots and castings in 1903 will be 8577228 gross tons against 9138 363 tons in 1902 a decrease of 561135 tons or over six per cent The pro duction of 1902 was much the largest in our history The production of all kinds of Bessemer steel rails was 2813583 gross tons against a similar production In 1902 of 2876293 tons The production in 1903 was 62710 tons less than In 1902 when the maximum production was reached There was a large Increase In 1903 in the production of Bessemer steel rails weighing 85 pounds and over as compared with 1902 and a considerable decrease In rails weighing 45 pounds and over and less than 85 pounds The production In 1903 of rails weighing less than 45 pounds also shows a de creaseThe total production of rails In 1903 will include rails made from open hearth steel rails rolled from purchased Bessemer blooms rails rerolled by nonproducers of Bessemer steel in gots and iron rails The total from all these sources in 1902 amounted to 71640 tons NAIL CAUSES DEATH Lodges ih Negros Appendix andGoes Through the Intestine with fatal Results Seeds have caused appendicitis and colds have caused it but it is seldom that the pathological origin can be traced to an inch and a half wire nail as In the case of William Bibb Bibb was a Pullman porter 53 years old He died in the University hospital at Philadel phia after an interesting medical record Cirrhosis of the liver was supposed to be the cause of death but the negro had heart trouble also and he had been operated upon more than a year ago foran abscess of the abdomen which could not be located at that time Dr James Tyson had the body opened and as soon as the appendix was ex posed the nail was discovered skewered clean through the Intestine It is sup posed that Bibb swallowed the nail more than a year ago although he did not re port It to the doctosr The appendix and the nailhave been put In the laboratory of the Medical hall as a curio HOLDS DIVORCE RECORD Indiana Woman Separated from Serai Ken in the Course of 37ine Years Miss Lizzie McCarty of Marion Ind enjoys the distinction of haying been marrledseven times in nine years The first b 1eband was Jesse Hammerwhom she married when she was 20 years old and was divorced from him three months later Two months later she married him againand in less than four months got a divorce frbmJilm Her third loss thttMlcha dltcrce from him She moved to TiPandton there married Levi Jack from whom In less than a year she got a dl anl1itlsaldr8 Yearsltencrkel treatment She went to Marios and inarri i jSd Hunt from Wnosa siio obtaiweda ivorceaftersixmonth9t Sh earned h r maiden name jI XTNewYorkJiasa Joan ofArc wholodks likea southern girl Perhaps says the Chicago Bally News she Is the maid et4S QZeans i NEARLY AN ENTIRE LOCK Big Blaze In Shelbyvllle Caud Musk De8 ionIShelbyvlllo Kj Stay 12 Almost the entire block on the south side of Main trcet between Soventh and Eighth wys destroyed by fire Wednes day The loss fu30OOO with only 15000 Insurance l The losers are john C Reasor iTohn B OLeary Mrs Vlctorlao Weakley Wbodie Hall and the Randolph estate owners of the buildings and the fol lowing occupants McDade Bros liv liverymenier Hammond Bros carriage manu facturers John C Reasor barber While all the livery stock was saved nearly a hundred vehicles were de Btroyed many belonging to private In dividuals who had them in the ShOP3 for repairs There were many narrow escapes from serious Injury INOT BADLY HURT Girl Jumped From ThlrdStory Win dow of Children Home Lexington Ky May 12In a effort to escape from the childrens home where she had been taken by the hu mane society to save her from a life of shame Viola Hukill the 15yearnpltl daughter of James HuklH of this city Jumped out of the thirdstory window of that Institution Wednesday night but escaped serious injury The at tendants anticipating an attempt at escape were on the watch and caught her before she could leave the grounds She was placed by order of her father on a northbound train for Covington arid takqn to the convent of the Good Shepherd iTHE LOUISVILLE RACES Lonsdale Won the Feature Event on Wednesday Louisville Ky May 12 Lonsdale won the feature evnnt Wednesday from Ed Tierney before a large crowd They were equal favorites and Proof Reader at a long price finished third a length in front of Japan Prince 811 verwlngs and Barabara Whiting were the only favorites to win and the de feat of Alee in the last race hurt the form players severely Sentenced to Death Winchester Ky May 12 Perhaps the quickest verdict on record with death penalty attached waS returned here the jury in the case of John Hath away colored being out only nine minutes In January Hathaway came here from Jackson in search of Etta Thom as who had been living with him On her rcfiual to again go with him he shot her through the heart Too Much Rebate Louisville Ky May 12The li censes of many Insurance agents will probably be canceled by Henry R Prewitt Insurance commissioner next week for violation of the antlrebato law The commissioner has found that life insurance policies have been offer ed with a rebate of the first two pre miums altogether and at 40 per cent o f the published rates Elect Successor at November Election Frankfort Ky May 12Tle appel late court upheld the judgment of the Campbell county court deciding that an election must be held in November of this year In that county to fill the vacancy created by the death of Cir cuit Judge John P Newman Judge Settle delivered the opinion Louisville Elopers Wedded Cincinnati May 12Miss Nora Mar ry and Mr Sherman McFadgen both of Louisville Ky eloped to this city Wednesday night and were married by Rev Roughton Mr MpFadgen is a traveling salesman and Miss Barry comeS from a prominent Kentucky family J Advanced the Cases Frankfort Ky May 12Attorneys- F A Lucas of Paducab and A P Humphrey of Louisville employed in the cases Involving the right of the state to tax banks on their deposits asked the court of appeals to advance the cases The request was granted His Foot Crushed Newport Ky May 12John Grant a fireman on the L N railroad of Covlngton slipped while alighting from his engine in this city He fell on the rails and his left foot was so badly mashed It was found necessary at Specrs hospital to amputate it Called to Milwaukee Milwaukee Wis May 12Rev R G Noland of Covington Ky has been decided upon to succeed Rey E G Richardson who resigned Wednesday his pastorate of St James Episcopal church the swellest congregation on the wesi side- Prominent Farmer Dropped Dead Greenup Ky May 12 Edward Lawson aged 45 years one of the most prominent farmers in this coun ty dropped dead at his home at Mt ZIon with heart disease He bad nev er been bedfast with sickness a minute in his life INew Railroad Proposed Covington Ky Majrl2 iA railroad Is being planned to connect Cincin nati Covington Newport with the timber and mineral lands of Eastern Kentucky The road will be built through the Big Sandy valley tWomans Fatal Mistake Lexington Ky May 12Mru Mary Spellman aged 30 took carbolic acid by mistake and died in an hour IA municipal return gives number of belonging to Paris as U14ES BLACi 11 DRAUGHT IW STOCK andU POULTRYMEDICINE Stock and r ultry have few troubles which are not bowel and liver irregularities Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine is a bowel for stock It the or of digestion in a perfect condition rromineht American breeders and farmerske thtiir herds and flocks healthy byglvtntthfm an occasional dose ot Stock and Poultry Medicine in their food Any stock raiser tuaybuya 25cent half 1nt1 airticnt can of this medicirte from his dealer and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks Dealers generally BlackDrangUl Poultry Medicine If yours l1oecr not geiid 25 CtnU for asa can to maonfactuicrs The Chattanooga Medicine CoCi Bocieszai Ga JeIj II IWS BlsckDraaght Stoofc MU Fraltrr KKllnft is the IcstieV2ti Cisc flock wa41oo1ilil bad WIMa1C seat ma the niediclae and now they tau getting to fttiei They irelOOkiIL1II BW oeaU better aoInffnL- Ijj cI The purchase ofa ithii cak a rangeaFor the modest a pataT r I I and A T f To save a life nr T O of Io Mehoopin P mal rtllnc tAt rp nlted in a wonderfnl He writeo a patient was with violent caii e u Ire rAtion or till stomach I often found Electnc Bitters exellefnt fo stnmnch and liver trouhlw so 1 tire v 111tr vpp iB TnrtisreotloM xVrt Riil nev troubles Try them OnlvJoO OIP at U 0 Stocktons Priij m = Even the fair sex may be nnf tIt U woman that cant be flattered T ilslre to will your special tention to the tact that the season fn honse painting anti panerintr i drawii IE rio and no doubt you contemplate jpaintine ind paperiiiK the exterior and nterlor of yonr residencn tills spniii or tall sodas I know of no Letter or si1er way to invest a reasoiinhl amount I1tnntiiv than this I lestrV to rcniiid vjin asrnin If the fact Hint I am still in thp paint ing and wall pspT hnronghly prepurpcl t yon es timates free fi5iMrir and ilr yonr larntine RiuV wall paper hmjiiantr at very renpotmble pricoK As r einiito none Inl flrstclaR workmen and nsr onylbp bet limtertHls in Ri dQll nil work I do T Wn fin Itjiimoo1 riha InllrII Ill on all work I may tlrtr yun add therefore nk v uflr a t lees shnre of your work rjyiniipinc vou in return fur vmir money A full and complete line designs in wall paper of colors of pure yhitH leail pnljit iiw n on hand ThankiVe iJ fr r ronape anlcfo v n j Yours very respect ft1y W Lj LEEDS Store andakl WH Tvinft ret IH twain end aiid Third For Rest I desire to rent for 11e yenti lJMVJih J Uicht ptiirerrtnni IInIiI street now 1iMipied bv Mr T A Rohi ioM if Ai IMA lUrfet n 1 l si J rt J An ideal gp homes f4Lnllllt 5 fl I5 r r trns curl coltish graS s fruit and VI1It rich lanutari 0hp I low 1Jot1 RIel about half lap1 i tlI twice trtssl mpf11t1- nla It Tite- sdag cri it r y 0 i L 0 0 0 tg OT IlIi 0 should be considered toast of all by a family of small means To the cost ot a cneap range add the cost of wasted fuel andre pairs and in the end it has cost more than The stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightU all the heat properly distributed tjt will pay for itself HI fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST aUT LEAST EX Cahiand fefe PENSIVE a see them our store and we atIconvince yOu in a moment The Majestic is I i I Ky t HAVE 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