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IL = uI11 IIr11 J 7 Efr THE RICHMOND CLIMAXw IOLUME i ciI Et iY u I 31RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 13 191 NUMBER 8 j j 1 PHONE 80 IdO E C WINES DRUG STORE J CQIMAJN FIRSV 1 v V wv w W mffiIi The HusUiqg Cash Store I1 w 7f A i 1o r w AI 1 iBARGAINSiz 1 lviJ j4 r i 7 L rI lJ 2 lACKEY AND HAMILTON JI F 7I1 7I 7I7I ffi 7I ii ATTENTION We have moved our produce business r+ from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House s storeroom on Second street 1wherewe will be glad to wel friends and patrons I tdVcwill continue to pay the highest market price for 0 Eggs Poultry Hidest Furs andother Produce rive us a call in our newt quarters and we will convince you that we rtarethe leaders in the- O Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2I janlv RICHMOND KY I +4++ CALL AT + + JONES MERSHONS r1SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN t Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap IPIume 3 Second St C y frE The Calvert MISS WILLIE K HOCKEK IiLOPRLTflES Rates 100 per Day Ppe ial Iatos to Large Parties 3G41 FINNKY AVENUE ST LOUIS MO6may IISummer Tourist Rates TO Pueblo Colorado Springs Denver Salt Lake City and Ogden Via The Missouri Pacific Railway The Colorado Short Line 4 rIckets on sale June lot to Septein her Olh Filial return linut October 31 Stopover allowed Double dailv service from 8t Louis ito Colorado and Ut lr Pnlluiau DrawjngHoom Sleeper Pining JaN and fire Reclining chair carS Unexcelled service and 4qiik time fiithfr information addresr A Alaalfagfier DPA 419 Walnut St tincimiati iOrtiO 1 For Rent The ChiasSinhthresidence on Main srBetjiSs6es8lon given at once will also dispose ol growing vegetables pi W it Farris care LARallroad y Fresh mixed we tttp1ckles and plaijifiburatFr iaganrls opposite cpOlndonlIokl J ff New Coal Yard The nil Hill Coal Co has opened a retail coal yard at the old Christian yard ormcrly occupied by H F barker near the lj N R R depot We are now prepared to furnish the mhlic an excellent quality of coal atI very low prices Now the time to LillY your winter supply while summer prices are In effect We respectlully solicit a share of your patronage and your orders will be filled promptly Bio HILL COL Phone 93 H F Barker Agent May 25 1904 tf For Rent Our larco ami commodious store room 18x100 feet No 203 Mouth side Main Rtreet This is one of the best located best lighted and hamlsonifst store room in the city Suitable for almost any Vind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR Soxs Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 292 Very Low Rates to Hot Springs Aik via the Iron Mountain Route Onehalf rates plus tw 52 dollars for the round trip to Hot Springs Ark va Iron Mountain Route For dates of sale limit of tickets and illustrated descriptive matter address- A A Gallagher D P A 19 Walnut street Cincinnati 0 B K Duncan and Parrtsh have opened a firstc1asB livery stable on Irvine street between Second and Third and ask the public foi a share f their patronage Both are expe rienced workmun Satisfaction eunran teed Oadui Master Commissioners Nodce to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT MJ Roberts Adrar PUt Aninst Helen E Fordc Dft All persons having claims against the ell tateof 3I ryT RobertM are hereby notlflol to file Fame legally verified with the undersigned on or tx fore the 1st day of August or fame will be barred S H THORPE MO M CC Sunday Trains on L i A Commencing next ftundav Juno 5 awl continuing each Sunday luring the mouths of June July and August the above road will run Sunday trains on the following schedule to aud from Richmond For Versailles 6 a m For Versailles 635 p m For Irvine and Beattyville 955 a lu From Versailles 551 m From Versailles 1130 n m From Irvine and Beattyvil tk5 p m RatesOne firstclass fare for the round triphnt no fare more than 150 H R Smith G F P A n On the Teeth Depends- the condition of the general health Removing or filling decayed teeth means the removal of the cause of much disease The skillful applica tion oft DENISTRY thas not only relieved pain but pro longed life SoljdGold Teeth 50Gold Fills 1 DO =Amalgam FillsH 75 Teeth Fxtracte 25 All our work fully guaranteed Will give satisfaction under all circum stances H Hobson Dentist nlchmoni Kentuckv f Wi Premium List Kirks ville Fair Friday Saturday July J5J6 OVER i 500 IN PREMIUMS Best home mule cheese So 00 3est two pounds butter 5 ro Best baked liam 5 00 Bust loaf salt rising bread 5 00 Best plate Beaten biscuit 5 00 Best two bottles homemade wine o 00 Best gallon ice cream 5 00 Best gallon pine apple sherbet 5 00 Best white cake 5 00 Best sponge cake 5 00 Rest chocolate cake 5 00 Best white fruit cake 5 00 Best black cake 25 00 1 20 to first and 5 to second HARNESS HORSES Q Best stallion mare or geldinc one year and under two 10 to first S5 to second 15 Hest stallion 2years and under 3 10 J Rest stallion 3years and under 4 20 IBest stallion 4years andover 20 to first 10 to second 30 00 Best phaeton pony under 15 ImndslO O SADDLE HORSES Best mare or gelding 2years old r and under throe 10 00a Best mare or gelding three earl old and under 4 20 Best walkii g mare or gelding any age 20 to 1st 5 to second 25 00 lest rockaway maro or gelding shown to rockaway 15 01 State Bank Trust Co stake 510 00 The above stake to be shown on Frldy July 15 1904 for best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age of which 100 is reserved for consolation Only horses that show in the State Bank Trust Oo stake and take no part of the money will be allowed to compete In consolation 5 per cent to nominate and 5 percent additional from money winners Money divided as follows 50 percenttofirst25per cent to second 15 per cent to third and 10 per cent to fourth Cgrisola tion divided as follows 50 per cent to first per cent to set n 1atiti 20 per cent to Oiii r No additional entrance fee will be charcadfor consola tion and 5 per cent only will be ilftdncted from first division 5100V and 5 percent only deducted 100 consolation SPEED RING The fastest maro or gelding to be driven six times around fair ring 25 00 Best boy rider under 14 10 00 Best combined warn orgliDK any alteJ to IstO to2ud 25 00 Best ls dy rider 10 00 SECOND DAY Best mule colt either sex 10 00 Best mule oneyearold audoinder two HO Op Best mule 2year old and underS 10 00 Rent mnle3yearH and under 4 1000 Best pair wulesiny age SlOt firstS to second 1500 Best mule any age 15 tofirst 10 to second 25 00 Best mare and colt either sex 10 00 Best colt mare or geliug set of Rex Arljuckle15 l6t S102U25 00 SADDLE HORSES Bflstmare Qr gelding fouryears old and over20 to Ist10to2d 30 00 Best pair matched mares or sold Cings 20 to 1st S10 to 2nd 3000 fBest harness mare 4year old and- over S20 to lstSlO to 2nd 80 flQ Rest harness gelding 4 years and pvpr 20 to 1st f10 tp 2nd t 3000 Best colt regardless of seconder 1 year 5 per cent to enter and 5 per cent from money winners 5Qporcenttoiet30per cent to 2d 20 percent to 3d 100 00 Rondster Best mare or gelding any ago 30 lo 18t20 to 2d 50 00 Handsomest girl babjrflrider JryflO 00 0 Handsomest girl baby 1 year old and under 2 10 00 TAllNESS HORSES Best III are or gelding 2 and nnderSlO 00 Best mare or gelding 3 years and under 2000 SADDLE HORSES Best stallion mare or gelding one Ytar old and under tw- olotolet5to second 1500 Best Paddle stallion 2 and under 10 00 Best saddle stnllion3 ana under 4 20 00 Best stallion 4 years obtund over 20 to let 10 to 2d 3000 HARNESS HORSES Best double team regardless ol fex color or owneiship 00 Best stallion mare or gelding any ape 50 to 1st 30 to 2d 2010- third 100 00 Model stallion mare or gelding shown to lialte 10 00 Fancy turnout for road purposes 20 00 Fastest mule five times around track 10to1t5 to 2d 15 00 Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over S20 to let 10 to 2d 30 0- 0ITJ CURtIS President Secretary AMBITIOUS JAP BOYS E SAYI Description of a Whale Teacher in English Is Not aIMasterpieceI An ambitious little Japanese boy wrote the following composition and handed it to his teacher in English The whaie live in the sea and ocean of all the country He is a large and strong in among of kinds of all fish and Its length reach to 90 foot from 70 foots and its color almost is a dark and he has a large head When swim in the up water he is so large as Island When struck the water on anger he is so voice as ring great deal thunder If he danced make the storm without winds and also blow the water almost lay dawn the fog on the weather His the form is proper to live for his front legs make hire and afterlegs is no and the tails is a hirer that open on the up waters and the mouth have no leaves that Is a hard narrow beard asI with horns Ills bodys though is a fish but he Is not a fish but is a crea tures His leaves Is foamed whales leaves The men make the everything with it Every years to seven or eight month from four to five month the whalermen catch on the sea or ocean He may live on the sea of Northsea IIigeliThe tell of the whale is more but I do not know fully to tell Written by H Tirawaka CONSULS REPORT SPICY It Deals in Many Fascinating Sub jects Aloes and Incense Being Among Them Aloes civet myrrh and incense are the fascinating subjects discussed in a report from Consul Masterson af Aden according to the Portland Oregonian It seems strange that such things should be regarded as mere articles of commerce but so it is Mr exportIOf aloes Aden last year exported 31 696 pounds nearly all of it going to London Civet which is one of the es sential Ingredients of nearly every highgrade perfume made is taken from the pouch of the civet cat an animal found in Abyssinia The annual production of civet ranges from 250 to 300 pounds and about half of this amount Is shipped to New York The price at Aden is from L60 to 324 an ounce according to purity Myrrh Is principally used as an ingredient in in cense and the amount annually exported from Aden is about 1344000 pounds A strange use of myrrh is made by the Abyssinian hunters who smear their bodies with it before hunt ing elephants in the belief that their quarry will not attack them on account of the smel- iQUEER RHEUMATISM CURE Bee Stingers in Demand as Remedy for Affliction Agents Out in force After long experiments by bacteriol ogists in their employ an Incorporated firm of wholesale chemists of Philadel phia has sent agents to Texas with in structions to obtain all the bee stingers they can for medicinal purposes An offer for 50000 stingers was placed with one bee farmer in that state A serum for injection through the skin will be made from the potent fluid with which the tiny weapons are charged Of stingers efficacy for the cure of rheumatism the chemists say their experiments have left no doubt The tale of how scientists hit upon the idea of experimenting with the stingers Is told thus A farmer af flicted with rheumatism was set upon bya swarm of bees and frightfully stung His face neck and limbs w recovered with red spots and swollen for days When the swelling subsided to the farmers delight the rheumatism was cured A special laboratory is being con structed near Philadelphia for the transformation of the bee stingers in to a serum BIT OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY An Economical Bachelor Tells a Married Friend How He Seduces Ills Darning Bill Theres a mint of money waiting for the manor the woman who will invent a sock that wont wear out said the man with an economical turn of mind to a N Y Herald man 1 cant afford to buy a new pair of socks every time my toes poke a hole through a sock and I hate to have my wife spend most of hr time darning formeIm worse off than you declared the economical mans unmarried friend for Ive got no wife to darn for me But he went on Ive found a way to make socks last more than what you might call their normal life Its sim plo enough Dont wear the same sock on the same foot more than one day at a time Put todays left sock on the right foot tomorrow and so on Ive been astonished at the amount of extra wear Ive got out of my socks by this easy method It has saved me many a darning bill at the laundry and If you wili try It your wife will have less darning to do Flys Bite Decides Lawsuits are settled In a novej way in India When a dispute arises over the ownership of land two holes are dug near together and the two oppos tag lawyers nicely planted up to their waists The first one to be bitten by a fly or who becomes so exhausted that ie has to be exhumed loscsthe case for his client v L l i y r iiuiiiI CAVE UP LIFE FOR CHILD Nurse Saves Little One nut Succumbs to Same Dlseases She Fought Nurses are among the heroic fighters of the world The Contagious hos pital at North Brother Island New York has recently been the scene of a brave sacrifice on the part of a young nurse who displayed that love than which no man hath greater She gave up her life to save that of a child The New York Sun tells the story girldevelopedfever It was necessary to remove her to North Brother Island and Miss Mahler a graduate of the Rochester university and the City Hospital Train ing School volunteered to go Into exile with her At the Island diphtheria developed and the case seemed hopeless For two weeks night and day the untiring nurse fought singlehand ed and through her wonderful skill and unselfish devotion at the end of that time the little patient was out of the two grim diseases attacked the faithful caretaker and worn out by the long and ceaseless vigil she had no strength with which to resist themShe refused to be removed to better quarters and there in the very place where she had conquered for the little unknown girl she fought another battle and this time was overcome Like every brave nurse she had taken the risk knowing and counting well the cost and she accomplished her pur pose for the child was saved HOW OIL PIPES ARE CLEANED Conduicts on Becoming Incrusted Are Cleaned by a Revolving Knife Passing Through Them IThe long pipes that carry crude petroleum from the oil wells to the refineries many miles distant are leaned by an ingenious device says M Oma ha Bee As the oil flows thro igh these underground conduits aol 3 of the paraffin in the fluid Incrusts the sides of the pipe and proves a serious kin drance to the free passage of the cur rent of oil The device that is used to remedy this evil is a knife about tVo feet in length with a sharp edge constructed like the thread of a screw Indeed the knife resembles a hugo headless screw It is of course slightly smaller than the pipe through which it is to pass When the thickness of the crust of necessaryI theIand twists and cleanses in this manner throughout its whole Journey and finally drops from the pipes in the midst of the vast stream of petroleum tanksIshipped back to the oil wells where it Is sharpened and laid away until its services are again needed JAPANS LITERARY LIKINGS Subjects of the Mikado Show Decided Preference to the Writingsof Carlyle The most widely known English writer In Japan is Carlyle Next to him comes Macaulay says the Dundee Advertiser Emerson is admired by someof the English students and we see the influences of his writings taIhad a tremendous influence upon tha thought of modern Japan In poetry Tennyson Longfellowhis Evangel ine is heard from the lips of any little girl in a girls seminary in Ja panWordsworth Byron and Mil ton and in fiction Irving Thackeray and Dickens are best known Othel lo Macbeth and The Merchant of Venice have been translated by Prof Yuzo Tsubouchi Tolstol has many worshippers and no one who Is not acquainted with German is regarded as a scholar Rousseaus Contrat So- cIal was the book which first taught the Japanese the idea of civil right and liberty A translation of It has been circulated in every Japaneso home The writers of French fiction and drama on the other hand do not seem to find many friends in Japan Fossil Bain Drops In slabs of Triassic rock little depressions are often seen which have been called fossil raindrops the Idea being that they were formed by showers on muddy sea beaches and preserved by being covered with a layer of mud at the next high tide But a correspondent of Nature in England observationsIley that the supposed impressions of raindrops may really be due to pit tings formed by bubbles in a film of mud at the bottom of shallow water He has watched the formation of many such plttings and found that after the mud has dried they exactly resemble fossil raindrops Warning to Fanners What has been called the ginseng t craze has been so prevalent among farmers in many districts of the United States thai the department of agflcul ture has considered It expedient to sound a note of warning Previous to 1902 China imported from this country only 172000 pounds of ginseng In tour years a quantity which could be raised on a t single farm of 75 acres Let ginseng alone It is a delusion and a snare is Secretary Wilsons advice to farmers Brutally Tortured case calUl tn light that lor persist Jilt JIlill iiLi1Ircifnj torture lias never nun pqnnlpd lie Goluhjck of Colii Ca C Iii wrjieM Fur 15 yearn er lured iiiBiiHVsrnMB pain from Rherna tism mid nOt liiiig relieved me though I Jrind pvflrvtliinu town I came ncrofs Blprrrie Hitter iiiiil its the Greatest nifiili illA on farrli for that trouble ftw Vwtillranfif ntnpletplvtelleved and iiirIi Just as gool for Liver and Kiiliifl troubles ntd gA ITRI debility Only 50o ttotisf rtinn guaranteed by B C Stock mu druggist We have never shown a larger stock jof Carriages PrJes Buggies anti runa bouts than we now have on display in our show jttoin It will pay you to ex aminE theiii before buying We also do repairingaridnioiniug in best ann new at moderate prices The best rub her tire npplyeil and gaa anteed fur one year CalLnnd sue us Riiifefaud Carriage Works tfSLMidki1F JlOo = fJ 7j 1i t JfS1r o CO1VTIKUE I Those who are Raining flesh Iand strength by regular treat I should withScotts EmulsionIIn hot and a IIttleCOOI do away with any which Is attached to fatty ducts during theseason Send for free sample willj SCOTT a DOWNE ChemUu 409415 PCTrl Street Kyr 5jc and joa all druggists KENTUCKY FLASHES PAROLED PRISONERS The Board of Prison Commissioners Acted on Several Cases 1Frankfortof prison commissioners paroled the following prisoners Alson F Sapp sent up January 1899 for 15 years from Marlon county on a charge of murder Henry Hill alias Swartzchlld of Jefferson sent up March 1903 for two years for forgery John Quinn of McCracken sent up Aprjl 1903 for three years for robbery and Thomas McCain of Christian sent up April 1900 for obstructing a train The last recomImendation of the prison physician who stated they were consumptives KILLED HIS FATHER Ha Claimed He Had Treated His Mother Badly L It Hopklnsvllle Ky July46Mack Hern 28 of Paducah killed his father James Hern 60 a barkeeper who had been divorced and married again The son took his mothers Earlier In the day they quarreedand blows were exchanged At night young Hern walked into the saloon and ex claiming Papa you treated me bad fired a ball from a pistol into the fa thers abdomen Id kill two fathrs If they talked about my mother is tho explanation of his crime FTO MAKE IT A CRIME Bill to Be Introduced Prohibiting Car rying Concealed Weapons Louisville Ky July 6Aroused by the fatal shooting of R Leo Suter a member of the board of safety State Senator Laban Phelps announced- Tuesday that he would Introduce a bill in the next legislature making the carrying of concealed weapons in Kentucky a penitentiary offense A Button Saved His Life CovIngton Ky July GAbert Kappell 11 of West Covington was playing on the hills with some com panions when a stray 38caliber bul let struck a photo button on his coat lapel breaking the buttQn into splin tens The ball glanced off and lodged in a tree close byoHe Lost His Thumb Shelbyville Ky July 6Hon Sam W Booker exmember of the Ken tucky legislature from Shelby county while repairing a binder on his farm caught the thumb of his left hand in a chain lacerating and crushing the member so that amputation was neces sary Earnings of the L N Road Louisville Ky July 6The statement of earnings issued Tuesday by the controller of the Louisville i Nashville railroad shows that the gross earnings of the road for the year endIng July 1 were 36872245 an increase over last year of 1422 868 IAn Automobile Accident Ky July 6Abraiiani Levy a Wealthy clothing manufactur er was perhaps fatally crushed and i his son Hubert Levy suffered a bro acIto slid on an oilsprinkled street Judge Hargis Recovering Jackson Ky July 6Counts Judge James Hargis has sufficiently recovered from the injury sustained from a fall from his horse to enable him to hold the examining trial of James Bar rett charged with horse stealing Bar rtt was held under 100 bond Judge Patterson Very III Campbcllsvllle Ky July Gchas juIVraln trouble His physicians say they It ok for the end soon Going to the Pythian Convention Newport Ky July 6The Third regiment 1C of Ps the local uniform rnk of the order will be accQmpan iwl by a firstclass band of 30 pieces when it Invades Louisville for the conS vention of the grand lodge wl i h bo pins on August 17 1Destroyed By Lightning t Benton Ky July 6Llghtnlng struck the business house ofCharle- sI Smith at Birmingham The building caught flre and It together with the contents were entirely destroyed The loss is between 6000 and 8000 Residence Mysteriously Burned povington Ky July GfJM resi lience of Peter Beers near Jndepend ence and the household effects were mOlflngHowas the family were absent atfhetima A Moths Despair M Paducah Ky July 6MoHio udites driven tou desperation becavtievshe mild not eayn a living fpr tircQmall children ajid by the failure tf1dlorced husband ttfc provide herself in the river Tuesday1ntning- Will Welcome the EfRJJ Newport Ky July ef NeVpcrt lodge of Elks has about completed its arrangements for the entcrtiinpt of dpdngtT eek of July 18 In CInclnttS8u ili Mt Sterling Ky July WlifTord nil Harrison Gem coloredeints gen ar row nta Negro festivaKJMwdar- ht werefihot and Instantly lWd In the dark by an unknown Negro who craped VJS No Pity Shown tFor years fate was after me coutinu ruMy Vrfos F A GulledKe tITIeniu Ad IliriL a terrbl ca8ftfifJPJes fftinrtiig 24 tumors VheiraH 1 Iklens Arnica Salvo CIIrettmp IVNHv Rood for Burnlan olpains Only ioc at St tJAfug bOnetinr11 e twfllnes Jiatjo0ksolem- juitiuthere are Cltl out thicojnrnn i j 1 i i I i 1 1r jjjjjj r TALK BOUT TONICS alive there isnt forty drug stores that fellow Brace oats like a new suit that fits perfctlypndbecomingIY1 ands substantially made goodmaterials Thats Kind Get menSczoss is is know what are getting and know offering iit AYou buy Clothing here with of worth the truth about it You will know just what can expect in the way of service As for f Style and Fits t best of all the Clothing we offer is consid Derate of ydur pocket bookt Think of buying like either of those shownin the picture rAtso Little a Price as 798 iOUR LOOM END SALE is over and almost all the Loom Ends have been sold Loom End Prices on all Springand Summer Merchandise will still be given until the entire lots are closed Get our prices before buying elsewhere Ours is the Store that Saves you W OLDHflM GO neat Bargains AVe have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offeredat S50 each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works 30intf S L Mjdkiff Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave von if you used Dr New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their less merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by R C Stockton Druggist A light Heart makes a lighthouse a dark world e Why man in will makssa up his of clothes 1 the you on the when that said you we what we are t f a full knowledge its We you of it 4that showsforjtseIft But a suit but outt Money Prop Kings match Only you you Q- I Big Hill Coal Co KY j Shippers of j I 0A mite Coal e4+ + ++ 4+++ + + + 4 t +++ + ++++ +++++++ + A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i jt grate without any attention t tfT + ++ + + + + + + ++++++ +++++ +++++4 V S ELDERS OBARGIN STORE o 5 5 A Weather Suggests A AW Jthe necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as A are made mention of and the attractivel low that prevail throughout this 3 moneysavirg store suggests thewisdom ofbuying here 34 Vfk jC J in val Shelves full and counters 2rJf checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc Corded Madras the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12c grade lOc We are showing a beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up Knicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 2i our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Yaiigated Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 25c Boys and Girls dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock ings high spliced heals antI toes and double knee a splendid wearing and StllcklD sizes worth 25c at iSo pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings the iron wear kind 2threatreal1laco 2x2 ribbed double heel ancloei made of servJceaele firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at iSe per pairIs Mattiugs 10E arid 20c yard Carpets 12c to125 yard See our stock ol Rugs Oil Cloth 2Q to 75c vd We are showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at 4 98 to 10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Snjtc1g 4toS8 Knee SuilsSl 105 Mens Shirts 25c to 1 Straw Hats men and hoys 68 lOc up to 25 41 Stock of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from 39c to S6 Poles 8 and lOc complete Brass extension rods 8 10 and 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 61 4Sf Panta 40c Gowns 48cj Skirts 60c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 12510 ASS75 They are beauties t MILLINERY t+ More beautiful Styles The rnartest creatlohspf the season are here and at surprisingly Low hi tWat tIats themo8tbeautrfu8tyle atltoS298 Hundreds of beautiful trimined hats ready for f1 your clioosir nl ked Low Prices to suit alt purses hl1drenlI School and Dreri lists Flow ers of every dwcriptloh See hemcHIeaebed Pillow Cases full size and inequality choice wearing quali 4ies 12 Ladles Andr eenls r 5 lOi and 15n Parasols 40c to S4 95 Corsets 25c to SI SO 1 Shoes end Slinperri air PriCA IktiireFrarnes 5 JO 18 25 29 and 49c We havejust received about cP552t1143JAiIdllic yto 254JaCIi Doiiotfdltq so tbem Wehavoonly few Jadineres left at Y h t6or lf TTd RtfuI1S4rnitte4- 4f ttq o a 1 0 f f5Ftt iirq jjjjjjjjj1 e anything andHfeel of lao D ORLANDO i Warm StocJdnsSpecia1s40 J Prices L t E V Riderr t a 1 n 11 s swue nI IS S S S S S S S I S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S e t1 t t z f II it i t t z 1 essC Crutcher and Tribolc 55 5e5 Gents Furnishers r 5 5 5S I ii 5s S Ce 5s5 ee- SSSS 1 1 PI1oducestock5ei a 1I555 5555 5 5Ss 55 lig To reduce our stock b July Jst before taking invoice we 5g 5 entire stock of 5S5 a I are offering our S C S S S i Shoes eqil Gents Furnishings I5555 S 5 5 5 S S 5 55 p At Greatly Reduced Pces 5 5 5 5 55 ONLYS5 5 5 S 5 U 55 1 Call in and get our prices and you will be convinced i 5- S S S 5555 5S5- 555s s 55- S CRUTCHER TRIBBLE i 551 essellIam treet on entuc Sus z iitt2iVS S S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 S S S 5 5 S C S55 55lC55e5SSS555e SeSSlS5lSlSlCCSSS55S S5SSeSll5SSSSSS5SSSSSSSSSSS5 SSSSUSSISSS SSSS5S5SSSS55SSSS S5 S The Richmond Climax rUBLISUKD IV IKY WEDNESDAY BT ThQ Climax Printing Co Incorporated J O CHENAULTPrrIdent- A D MILLEREdltor Manager WEDNESDAY JULY 13 19l DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL Of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BUY AN of Nebraska FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce JESSE cOlin a candidate for CoQnty Clerk tubjec to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are anthoriied to announce 8 P OOOI candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party HENRY WATTEKSON In the Courier Journal says Now let the battle go on We have n ticket of which every Democrat In the land may be proud We have a platform which no sane Democrat cm contest The purrency issue is a dead issue It came and we were divided i it is gone and we are whole again There stands the South a unit against Absolutism and Robbery There stand the North and the East once more welded to the South by hooks of steel Shall the West poke finger i1 the eye and sulk about silver The more we think of it the surei we are that we can and that we shall elect this ticket It is an American ticket Hurrah for the red white and blue It Is a Jeffersonian ticket Hurrah for Democracy redeemed un terrified and undefiled It is a manly ticket Three times three and a tiger for Parker and Davis JUDGE PARKER it is given out by his friends is to resign his place on the bench almost immediately after be is notifIed of hIs nomination and will devote himself wholly to the cam paign The Republicans who have been so displeased at his inactivity will bo no better pleased with his a- ctvi tY CourierJournal F1BrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY i At Top Speed we are driving our Wall Paper Departmt 0 Such selling of Wall Paper jve have never experienced and such reasons for buying you never saw Our wall paper sales and stock to select from seems to frhave set all Central Kentucky to pipering We are abundantly able to1 cope with this paper hanging v pidemic with a stock to meet rJ ioi y emergency and a price to atisfy every one Come and look over our I stock and let us give you an estimate on any woryoum ay liwant done Vc1F1BroerCo1 Exclusive Sole Agents AIIAXD wAwirJ LuJtiJJJM4XI J p 0 5 tl ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHOND 425 We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TOE National Democratic Conven tion which assembled at St Louis last week nominated Judge Alton Brooks Parker of New York for President and exSenator Henry C Davis of West Vkginla for Vice President The ticket is most accept able and the convention could sot have selected two men more suitable in fact the selection is the best that could have been made Judge Parker is a splendid man possessed of a true character and every attribute of superb leadership He is of strong convictions and acts on his own opine ion He is brave fearless and is under no mans control His running mate Henry C Davis is ExU S Senator from West Virginia anda man who has been very active in po litical and business movements for a long time His record in the Sen ate was one of probity and usefulness and a successful one He is a man well up in years and has the experience of a long life added to good judgement They will winI GOVERNOR BBCKBAMS boom for the VicePresidency burst like a toy bal loon at St Louisbefore it even got started But your Uncle Jeems McCreary without anv previous boosting was honored by being called to the chair during the closing honn of the greatest Democratic Conven Lion on record TUEKE is but one sentiment now about Mr Bryanhe is the Grand Young Man of the Western Hemisphere Patriot statesman and loyal Democrat W J Bryan for President in 1908 THE CLIMAX nails the ticket norain ated at St Louis at its mast head out on its own motion appends the name of the nations idol for the second greatest office on earth today WJ Bryan for Attorney General PARKER will carry New York by 00000 Why Simply because the Democracy there is now united amd the RadII are mad as at eddy Eh GENERAL NELSON A MILES declined to accept the nomination for prei4t- of the Prohlbitioa party toUrrti CtMot Be Cwet with Local ApplictioBfl M they cannot reash the seat of the Catarrh is a blood or eoMttattaMl di sea and la order to care it yea M- take InterMl re 9e8 Halli Catarrh Cure in takes internally sad acta direetlv Qttihe Mood aBd moos surfaces HaHs Catarrh Cre ia1tOt a quick m dleiM It WM pmeribcd one of the belt phrMetoM in tbfc eoan try for YM sad a prsdpt- ios It apesadbsuriftei Mttar mdy M M cone rarfixsM 1W =eoSbiis tioti oi the two in whMpod- weea MIdI iowfuL rk ia eist- iCMt PIJeI Iuu n t kvHaatoo Mri O I REPUBLICANS are appalled at the en tire absence ol enthusiasm at the Chicago convention It behooves the Democrats to make a judicial nomina tion Wisconsin is virtualy conceded to them while Illinois and Indiana are spoken of as very doubtful Es till Herald JUDGE JAMES E CANTRILL has been removed from Owenton to his home In Georgetown The trip was made in an automobile fitted up as an am bulance It is understood that his illness reached a critical stage and there is slight hopes for his recovery THE Little Japs are still victor ions Eat Chao has fallen before them and they are now on the Yin Kow road The Russians lost 15 men Including staff officer in two days fight THE Foreign Commissioners at the St Louis Exposition threaten to take their exhibits back home unless the management ceases to treat them as concessionaires A Good Woain Dte Mrs Amelia Zietnan affectionately yosterdaywill be buried this morning at 10 oclock from her late residence Deceased was born in Germany In 1837 and came to America in 1880 shortly after her husband the late Herman Zleman had settled nere Both were honestyfrugalltyalld teda nice competence and when Father died he loft his Rood wile and dutiful daughter Miss Anna in moetcomfortable circumstances Mother Zieman was a good woman whose many acts of kindness and charIty made her name a household word in many daugberhappilycitizen Captain Evarett Berry and to the surviving daughter now comforted by a kind husband and two bright little sons the sympathy oi the commu nity is extended The funeral was largely attended and atthe grave while all recognized that a tired body had been laid tenderly to rest the thought sleepingbeneath her eyes perhaps without realizing the wish of her heart of again looking upon the scenes of her native Fatherland Peace to her ashes rest to her soul BIRTHS TODD Mr and Mrs Arthur Todd manyfriendsborn on last Wednesday night Mrs Todd was formerly Mies Kittie French BBITTIAN Naws comes from Anna daughterBrittian The little stranger has been christened Mary Elizabeth in honor of 311saMamle OALEAST Mrs B L Martiahas had as her guess for the past two weeks Mrs Phil eifrbftB of Nashville TenD Mrs Fred DQDCH and Mrs John Black of MeKianeyMiss IfaBBle Ballard has returned improvedIMr Jag A Bratoa Sr made a visit of several days to Mr R Ii Mar- tinP1RSONAL Mr Arthur Terrill has returned rom St Louis Mr Marry Heffaw el Mt Sterling was here last week MrsdMrsGWGata have re areed from Lei vill MiMM Kate a4 J iepklae Schmidt are at the WoddfJrA- tlQrasy RoWfcm Frkid ot Irvine was lut WsH1sy iac WC Milk se4 iMll spent IaMM at XW1 prig Mea Mary UOStf k at WM from arn to tac Ma L1M7 Sltl reI ties a 3 flis41 III vtJfI0 MIla 111 M Mi 1t j 0 r ld home in Texas for a visit Misses Margaret Martha and Lee tfhite ire at the Worlds air MFS susie Dawson of Stanford is be guest of Miss Lucy Adams Mrs Edward Tutt Burnam has gone to Covington for tvisit to her parents Mr and Mrs H C Hazelwood have been in London Ky visiting friends Miss Louise Kauff man of Lancaster was the guest of friends here last woek Mr Coleman Neff went to Plttsbprg ast Saturday with a car load of poul try Mr and Mrs E V Elder and laughter Mattie are at the Worlds fair Mauler June Wiggins spent Sunday in Cincinnati with his uncle A P RoseMrs W C Biggerstaff visited Mrs Tames Brookshirc in Valley View last week Judge Broaddns of Kanftaa Mo js visiting Mr N B Deatherage and familyMrs Z T Rice will return today from a short visit to her parents atI LancasterMrs Tribble and Miss Bessie Tribble have been visiting in Jcllico Tenn Miss Grace Pope has returned to Cynthlana after a visit to her uncle Mr P M Pope Miss Harriett Parrish has been vis iting Misses Frances and Ella Pendle ton In Winchester Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster is the guest of her sister Miss Callie Adams on Broadway Miss Emma Dressback of Chllll cothe Ohio Is visiting Mrs B H Luxon on Thirdstreet Mrs B M Lackey is at home from I a visit to her mother Mrs Mollie Powell in Nicholasvllle Miss Annie Cosby has been seriously HI at her home on North Second St threatened with brain fever Miss Halli Hamilton of Wiseman town has acceped a permanent clerk ship with Air W D Oldham Dr G W White of Louisville spent last week with Hon and Mrs W B Smith on the Summit Mrs Thomas Hurley and little son of Lebanon Junction are visiting Mrs i L Mldkiff on Third street Mrs W R Farris and two little sons have gone to the country on a visit for therest of the summer Mrs Will Cromwell of Frankfort Is the guest of Mrs A C Buchanon at her home on West Main street Mrs Cassius M Clay of Paris has returned home after a visit to her father Major John D Harris at CaleastMessrs Clarence E Woods and R Eo Turley are at home from St Louis where they attended the National Con- ventionMiss Ruth Wiggins has returned home after a visit of two months to rflnlvcs in Covington Cincinnati and suburbsMrs RIddell and daughter Miss Bessie of Irvine were guests last Wednesday and Thursday Mrs E B Hume Miss Agne Donahue has returned from Richmond accompanied by Mrs M F Enright and children Lancas RecordMiss Smith has returned from Winchester She was accompa nied home by her niece Miss Sara Goodloe Benton Mr J J Hagan of Corbln and J W Hagan of Livingston attended the funeralof their aunt Mrs Nancy Hagan last Saturday Mrs John Gibson and children and Mrs Ellen V Gibson are at Crab Orchard Springs where they will spend the remainder of this month Mr and Mrs T J Smith Misses Belle and Anne Bennett Messrs Wal ler Bennett and Evan McCord have returned from a visit to the Worlds fair s Mr and Mrs Wesley Fnllenwlder of Shelby villo are here visiting Mrs James Deatherage Mrs Fullenwider was formerly Miss Mary Campbell or this city Mr John M Price of Atchlson Kansas has joined his wife who has been spending the summer with her prrents Mr and Mrs G W Ballew near town Mr John B Harris who has a good position in the Government printing office at Washington is here for a visit to his parents Professor and Mrs J B Harris on Fifth street Mrs Ida Powell and Mrs Boyd Wagers attended the funeral of Mrs James Wlllqughby at Lexington last Tuesday Deceased was formerly Miss Nannie Griggs of this county Miss Betty French was hostess at an elegant six oclock dinner on last TuesdayevenIng with Misses Virginia Bently of Louisville and Ray Nip pert of Cincinnati as guests of honor Mr and Mrs A D Miller and daughter Mrs R L Gentry and little son of Nashville Tenn and Miss ETalHe HamUon spent Sundaywith Mr and Mrs Sim Hamilton at Wise mantown Ky Mrs Jas Layton of Covington and Mrs Joseph Boggs of Richmondare visiting Mrs Dee Gulley Miss Mary Landram Burnside has beenI visiting friends In Richmond Cen tral Record Miss Mary Clay Lilly went to Mt Sterling last Saturday to seeDrJIII oyatz who Is again seriously ill ThIs will be sorrowful news to the lrieadsofUle genial doctor in this Ids home town Mr aad Mrs Ncrla Moberlys card party OB Wednesday eveningof last wijek for their guest Miss Weed of BIB kamptQD N Y was a charm lagaIr A delightful lunch was wyed aad a handsotne prize was awarded each guesWoodford Sun l Hta Pearl WIggins has left after a Tl8Itoi aotat1i with her mother to visit fzieads la Lexington Carlisle ssd West Virginia She will resume MilHaiiMN In Cincinnati the early tolhfttffid ifHI always 1- MrW ta Wfl Hift edwiiHf tre- eaN1J c dPo h Aye s Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too latesYou neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured Hair Vigorf the dandruff your and added much to it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it rforoerC- Deanlamoo7noldanfaeahea7 growth of rich brown hair due I think eoIUrel j to Ayers hair Vlcor MRS St A KEITH Dellerllle III Alldmrrliti 100 a bottle J ATXR M for Good HaiICa- ll for rrluwy At a meeting of the County Democratic Committee held pursuant to call at the Court House in Richmond Ky June 4 1904 A quorum being present the following orders were adopted 1 A primary election shall be held in each voting precinct of Madison county on Saturday September 24 UO4 between the hours of six a in and fur p ni for tha purpose of nominaL ing candidates of the Democratic party to be voted for at the November elec tion 1005 for the following named othccsj viz 1 Judge of the County Court 2 County Court Clerk 3 County Attor ney 4 Sheriff 5 Jailer 6 County Su perintendent of Schools 7 Coroner 8 Surveyor 9 Assessor and Representative in the General Assembly of Kentucky and it is noml nees of the said primary shall be certified by this committee to the proper offices and their names shall be placed under the device of the Demo cratic party on the ballot at the November election 1005 2 Each candidate for any office to bevoted for at this primary election shall deposit with the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee on or before twelve oclock noon September 9 1904 for the purpose of meeting the expenses oi said primary election the following sums viz Each candidate for County Judge 25 County Clerk 4Oounty Attor ney 25 Sheriff f5O Jailer iOi County Superintendent 20 Coronet 5 5 Assesor 25 Repre IIsentativeconstitute legal notice to the committee of the desire of the person maklnc same to become a candidate lobe voted for in said election set 3 EsciieandidatequaiityIrnrnsfthOk noon September 14 1904 deposit with the Chairman of the County Committee a list of qualified persons whom they desire to act as officers 1L W Miller Chairman W T Fielder Secretary Misi Francis Pryor and grand mother Mrs Sarah J Leeds arrived home Monday from a two weeks visit to Richmond They wele accompanIed by her cousins James and Robert Leeds who will spend several days with their little Paris cousinsKen tuckianCitizn Mr William Curtis of Nev Orleans Is visiting Mr R C Stockton and family He will latter go to Irvine acIquaintedthat town as well as here His visit is a source of much pleasure to his many old friends Prof and Mrs J W McGarvey of Richmond have been guests for a day or two of President and Mrs McGar vey They left today for Charleston W Va where Prof McGarvey goe on business Their son and daughter Earl and Miss Rey will spend the time of their absence with their grand mother in Columbia Ky Lexlngtoi LeaderMrs Will D Oldham Messrs El ward and Dowell Oldham of this city and Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond Ky left Friday morning on the L N road for Lake Chautauqua New York where they will spend a month or six weeks While there Miss Dykes who is a promising young singer will take a special course in voice culture rom one of the best masters Prof puff Lexington Leader r Mrs James Winn entertained at flinch Wednesday morning in honor of Mrs Camden the guest of Mis Florence Winn An elegant lunch was seryed in courses Those present were Mrs Madison Jackson of Virginia Mrs Heath of Omaha Miss Johnson of New York Mrs William Sphar Mrs C H Rees Mrs Edwards Misses Croxton Garner Sphar Tuck er Hampton and Miller Wincbestei Democrat Miss Edna Bronaugh will have asher house party from Saturday until Wednesday Misses Allle and Mary Ashbrook of Paris Lottie Spears of LexingtonjBessie Turley of Richmond md Alice Brown of Winchester Oa Sunday the following young gentle men will also be with the house party Messrs Lntcher B Grinstead Quinn Taylor Will Marstellar Ed Stockton William Smith Lncien Pattoa and James Tribble all ot Richmond Monday night Miss Edna will entertain about a hundred friends in honor of her guests Jessamine News Miss Bronaugh is well known here where sho frequently visits and is quite popular In the younger set The following notice from the Dan rllle Advocate concerns two manly little fellows whose father Mr Bland Ballard Is well known here beinga son of Capt P P Ballard Masters J C aud Bland Ballard entertained the Golden Star Mission Band of the Christian church at a Fourth of July picnIc In the beautiful little grove of in their fathers yard A tent was artistically decorated with bunt logand flags from which ices and cakes were sdrvcd A phonograph fire works and games afforded amusement for the little boys and girls who will soon help rule this land of the free and home of the brave The Golden Stars return three cheers for J C and Bland and the Red White and lilue Night Was Her Terror hI would cough nearly all night ong writes Mrs Chas Applegateof iexandrm Indhand could hardly- get any sleep I had Itlulthat it I walked a block I cough frightfully and spit wouldI when all other failed Sl bottles of OR Kings New Discovery wholly cured The and I gained 53- pouads u Its absolutely guaranteed to- cWreOouhs Colds La iHie trad M Throat and Lnnz troubles rrict 3c t Trial tooM lNat Jh Ql ml UdIJ 5U 1J Wanted Two or three good men to act as gents for Southern Mutual investment Co Call at room Oldham Building J tor particulars 29j2t ror Rest Nice dwelling house and blacksmith Iiop at Moberly station R K Moberly 6jlm Moberly Ky For Rent 100 acres of extra blue graM has not een stripped nor grazed neverfailing ond in each end of pasture one mile rom town Call on 224t G J White Sun kstray A small black mare mule about two years olil come to our place on or about June 1 and has since been cared by us Owner can have some by proving identity and paying charges Ross McWIlllams Gjllm Paint Lick Ky Notice to TaxPayers JUaljon Fiscal Court Order Taxes under the Statue are due the 15th of March each year A great many of the taxpayers of Madison county delayed the payment oi their taxes until the 1st of November and have delayed so long as to cause tie county to have to pay some interest on some of the claims against it To obviate the necessity of interest and to meet lie just claims against the county the riheriff is directed to proceed to collect the taxes at once and after the first of July ha will levy If necessary to col lect the taxes He wilt advertise and send his deputies into the various districts as the law prescribes and will enforce a more prompt payment ot taxes state and county- J P WAGERS S M C J294t Nota Patent Medicine Hyomel the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No ono should confound Hyomet lIupe1rillrvaluable than cheap glass Their com position is secret but llyomei gives itt formula to all reputable physicians Is it not foollRh to try and cure cat urh swallowing tablets or liquid The only natural way ti cure this IIi ease and all other diseases of the respi ratory organs is to breathe Hyomei This treatment has been so success ful curing 99 per cent of all who have nse1 it that Hyomei is now sold by B L Middelton under an absolute guar antee to refund the if it does not cure You run no risk whatever in buying Hyomol If it did not possi FS unusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon Dmmi dDn r ale J W Lambert PICT againstland ET Fish Co Pit againstcWin NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term tliereofl90c in the above style cause dgoed will on Monday Aug 1 04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 12 oclock in at the Court Housc cIeingpose to Public Sale to t Ie highest Jest bidder the following described property viz A Certain House and Lot in Berea Madison county situa ted on Depot street and bounded on the north Hide by said Depot street and on the west by tile property of M B Ramsey on the by the property of the heirs of John G Fee uiii lot having a frontage ou Depot street of 140 feet and a depth of 200 feet Or a suflicient quantity thereof to produce the sum of 31695 the amount so ordered to be made and the cost hereofTERMSSate will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of It Judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a ten re served upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S H THORPE M C M U C Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an Execution directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Madison Circuit Court in favo of H G Creek more against James M Hill I or one of my deputies will on Monday Aug1t 04 Between the hours of 10 9clock a m and 2 oclock p in at the Court House hour in Richmond Madeon county Ky expose to Public Sale to the high est bidder the following described property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit About 27 Acres of Land situated in Madison county Ky in the Million Magisterial District lying on the waters of Tales Creek adjoining the lands of German Miller Elzie Perkins antI others being the same land conveyed from J W Masters toJamll U Hill and recorded In Deed Book 55 pagft2S5 This property will be sold subject to a mortgage of 200 in favor of Patsy Hill levied upon as property of James M Hill TermsSale will be made on a credit oi three months bond with approved security bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a Sale Bond JOHN F WAGERS July 12 1904 Sheriff Madison Co Sheriffs Sale By Virtue of an Execution directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Madison Circuit Court In favor of Farmers National Bank against Goo W Settles or oneof my depu ties will o- nMonday Aug I 04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m- and 2 oclock in at the Court House door in Richmond Madison countyKy ixpose to Public Sale to the highest bIdder the following described proper ty or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit About 50 Acres of Land located In Madison county Kr in the Glade MagisterialDistrict lying on the waters of Walnut Meadow creek adjoining tho lands of Felix Estridge Jas Guinn Ed Ballard and others This IB the same land conveyed from T J Dovle to G W Settles and recorded in Deed Book 55 page 237 levied upon as property of G W Settles TermsSale will be made on a credit if three months bond with approvedse entity required bearing interest At the rate ol G per cent per annum from day- of sale and having the force IMltl8ct of a sale JOHBf F WAGERS 1111t lWO eal1 JkjM U1 7 GI IIQ I Z n 71 71 7I 7F SPECIAL SALE- this4 week4 4 I Rice andTHE ONE PRICE 7 7F ffiF7I7I I71 7F IFF7r IMyIIHank27 j tf T D Clienanit Terrill Ky Telephone 350 M For Rent Foir elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son ISmytf Telephone 292 Bijtlre Sale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale nd are offering things at ridiculously ow prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel full line of groceries and other mer- hiandise all new and fresh coffee lOcts per lb and upi calico 5c work shirts 25 to 50c ready made garments latest fashions Wo also have meal flour orn feed hay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length fOI salej Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offer things at such low prices We pay ash for all kinds of produce Give us a all 22Jnne Cm Credit is a fine thing Thrift is better Deposit with State Bank Trust CoI- r H Public Sale Of Splendid Grass Farm- At White Hall Ky JULY 20 1904 The One Rlne Grass Farm of Samuel Bennett deceased will be sold on the premises at White Hall Kentucky Wednesday July 20 at or about 10 oclock am The place contains about three hundred acres all in a nigh state of cultivation and is one of the Quest homes in the State It is located on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike six miles north of Richmond and twenty south of Lexington it Is three miles west of the L N depot at Red House and four miles east of Million on the L A R R soil directly on the projected Interurban Electric Road from to Lexington There is on the farm an Elegant Brick Residence of fourteen rooms besides halls porches and portico with six room dry cellar under it well adapted for keeping fruits vegetables and flowers in the winter an ice house on the bank of a pond that keeps ice all the year round and a carriage house a servants house etc The neighborhood is exceptionally Sue with a potofQce two country stores and three brick churches all quite convenient There are at present forty acres at corn and forty acres in good timothy meadow second years grow h and about two hundred and twenty a rca in fine bine grass sod ol years standing on the farm The fencing is good and stock water abundant and never failing There is a fine young orchard selected by Hillen meyer of one hundred apple trees be sides cherries plums pears and peaches Possession given on or before November 1 1004lIe usual seeding privileges will begranted the purchaser Terms liberal and made known on day of sale This farm should be seen to be ippteciated Visitors will be shown every coiirteey and further information that way be wanted can be ob tamed from Wac 1eIMtt Richmond 5lIWhite I22iU ffl IMes5Low AII Styles T f 395 Ladies 350 Low Shoes All Styles + 3OO ZI5 HOUSEf Blue C The Man in the easeJofCcan avoid the hot atmosphere JhowJ How 2Lbou tthe Woman t Dont she deserve a GAS RANGE which will enable her to keep as comfortable as possible insteadof I I doing none too pleasant wor in continual discomfort If You Love Your Wife DONT ROAST HERCBuy her a GAS RANGE ind you will be Money infIc when you come to pay FUEL BILLS We sell the best J DETROIT JEWELL C A The Richmond I Water and Light Company V v r Wall Paper Clearance During the Month of July we will oiler every thing in stock except Ingraine Varnish Tiles and Moire Ceilings at a- Discount of 25 per cent To clean up our stock and make room for new fall goodol Now is your chance it will pay you to buynow and paper later Special prices on hanging during this Sale Geo M Willging209 W Main st next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc zeJirksoille School oor os a ors J1GMARK SJFECKHAM Asst Fda All rr1des 50 cents per Term H15S ADA ALLEN Frin Dept of Music All fees Payable In Advance Tuition Fees B Primary J 10 00 per Term A Primary and B Grammar 15 00 A Grammar J5 00 Hijh School 20 00 Department of Mode Indandin Instruments for Practice 20 00 t yeiTOarwhat school you will patronize that Klksville has four churches and N II SALOONS We solicit patronage from people who wish their children con trolled and no others Boarding can be secured at following rates From Monday to Friday 1 75 Full Week 2 50 Send for Catalogue and Investigate G P SIMMONS PrincipalKIRKSVILLE KY For Sale Privately I will sell privately my house and lot on Hight street Good cistern and all necessary outbildlngs Plenty of fruit For particulars see ICjtf Alfred Douglas Sr Letcher Lackey tk Co desire to say that they will fill your houses with Procter Red Ash Jelllco Coal at reduced prices during June and July Now is the time to place your order You cannot get this brand of coal from any flther dealer in Richmond Phone 142 LKTOHKR LACKY Co je222m D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Sftlafactioa Guarant ed- RICLMQWD KYJ Ii v H Sale I Elegant Home For Sale a I will offer jar sale privately tbe home formerly occupied by JaVS 1 Tevis deceased near the I itc N R It In Richmond Ky Said place contaInsl isSwith a good two story frame residence Oll of ei rooms in firstclass reps l1t necessarybuilding8 thing in make it a desirable place cfIIIAnyone 11RiTEVIS- bzyti f ft lMOND tn j c it IwLIIll I it l1 t l II he Richmond Climax W1MRSIAY JULY 13 191 ftnrtoncucmcnts To the Vdtrs ct the fifth Apr lalte Court Dis Irlctof Kentucky AM a candidate for Judge of tbc Crt of Appeals from this District snhjfut to the nation of the Damocra tl party As Circuit JuPgO itbe cam my duty to try a number of criminal onse wbioh Iwvo Income a pnrt of the SUi oa Iiftoryinttnt imot critical time AsJudj a of the Sute Fiscal Oftirt it fell to finy lot to construe the Statutes artf pte4 to put in force the provisions of the new Con stitution as wall ascto construe the preent Constitution wnanevar a con tr ersy nrose a3 tap Its proper construction AlrhosHnnunierable case hive burdened tbdO1kuts of my court touching the right of oarpora tions and the oxerolse nf Iranohlsos unler the law HBw won Ihiirectifl ihirjjed my duUos undor sifoh trying ciruni8tanctts Is lulL to you to dutur milll will be very grateful to nil who fifl they can assist me to sooure the hih position and ollleoto whiCh I aspire Very respectfully JAMKS E VNTKILL tf John D Carroll r A Calliateler Appellate JodreIn this DistriCt lInn John D Carroll of New Castle on of the best known lawyers in the Staff has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district 941Ijt to the action of the Democratic party Sir Carrolls friends espec ially in the Ingal profession have for a Inn time desired to see him on the bpnch of the highest court in theState HP has held several offices of trust and honor and in all Qfl them acquitted himself with oreditfi When quite R young man he servedjtwoterms in the Legislature was a member of the Con stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by thp Governor to revise the statute laws ol the State to conform to the changer D1 by the constitution and wl8tor thf years chairman of the Democratic Stat Central Oommittee He is the editor of Carrolls Kentucky Codes oi Practice and rolls Kentucky StHlutPs lawhooks thataro in geupral us and that may he found in the ofllce of every lawyer in the State A man oi high integrity great Industry with an extensive and accurate knowledge of the law and in the prime of life hie taig circle of frtawls believe lie would make a splendid Judge Trimble Democrat tl roB CONORBSa- v are antboraed to aaneamle Hon D LMOORE or M eo iitjr as8 oamltdate ror OMRreM in tile BJghtti IM trlrt to soon HOB G Q Qflbert mbfect to the noUon 01 Itanncratle party Yoor support to earnest solicited Wf are antberiMd to aDne nee IL HBUT cUncftln cnQBtjr a eatt4Jdate for Congress from this the Bight Congressional District fiabjctjto the action of tln Democratic party We are authorized 10 announce noN O G1 GILBKRT a candidate f rOonare s losuaceei hhnnelf from this the Kighth rongreectona IWBtrit Mibrect to the action of the Demo ontic party We are anthorii d to antvoanoe PRANK TURNKKaea dld iiefor OoBgraaa from tlili the Eighth Dfetrict subject to tile actkia of the Democratic darty FOR OITY ATTOBNBY We are aathoriced to aRneaace R B nOR ERTS a csn1ld te for OILy Attorney ant ject to the Hctton of the Dem party FOR COUNTY JODOH We are artfaorlierl to announce JUDGE J C CHENAULT a cumlWute ler Uw office or County Judge Of MadttonOotinty Subject to the actibn of the Dtraoeratle party 1 We are auttiorlMd to annOBQoe JUOOR N B TURPIN aeandklaWl tbe office of CoaB tylndgtof Madfcwn WBty 8 b1tct to tile action of the Denoerotie party FOR COUNTY ATTOHNBY We are autbrIasd to anneunce W R LKTVHER JR eaBdMat let County At toy 8uhee 18 tile ou II tbe Democmtle party We are Mttborhed to a8iinee R H CR OK E a candidate far Wt7 Attorney hied toth aotte ef th QlPtlc part We are authorftod to aunounco W n 8 rlACKELFORD a candidrte far Oo nty At toruey of Mwlteen connty subject to thoacllo of the DemocraUe party FOR SIIRIUFF We are authorized to announce JNO W VLLARD a cindWate for Sheriff of Madisoi County subject to till action of the Democrat- Ic Party We are aotborized to announce B B Mlllior candidate for Hherltf of Slwllson County sub Jet to the action Democratic Party We are aulhoriied to announce II H COL YER a candidate for Hhsriff of Madison coon ty subject to the action of the Democrat party FOR JAILBRI We are al1thrilfKl to announce JI J PER KINS of Baldwin a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C Qiuaasus a candidate for Jailer of Madisoi County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are Authorized to announce THO O CPRIIY as a candidate for Jailer of Madisoi county subject to the action of the Democratic I are authorized to announce O W DERI NHBR candidate for Jailer of ifadisoi county subject to the action of the Democratic sre authorized to annqunce N B JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County aub Jec tto the action of the Democratic party Wear authorized to announce J D DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of MadIson county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub vt to theaction of the Democatle party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic f We are authorized to announce PETER Q PAUKISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison count subject to the aolloo of the Democratic are authorised to an ouice AND RRSON LAKES of 8pedwell os a candldie for Jailer of Madlaon amnty HbJect to the action of the Democratic party =We are authorized to announce J H KKNN8DY of West End Precinct Richmond as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county eublect to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK JOHN SON candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the actlou of the Democratic Party e are authorized to announce JB PARKE candidate for Jailer of Madison county subJect to the action oftbe Democratic party We are authorized to announce R Madison B TER oflULL JR a county subject to the actonofthe Democratic party authorized to announce W T We are DUEIISON a candllate for Jailer or Madison county subject to the action of the Democra tic party FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We ore authorized to announce E P DEf TON a candidate fr superintendent of Pub lie Schools of Madison county to the action of the Democratic party authorized to announce BXS FW are EDWARDS a candidate fgtSuperlnteDdEnt of Pnbllc Schools of Madison to the action of the Democratic party authorized to announce JOHN We sic OLAND R candidate for upednlelldentf Public of Matlison county of the Democratic party ron FOR ASSESSOR We authorized to annouuceJ 1 BAKERare LIck Precinct as a cant Idate for Asses ofJ3Ine of the Democratic or tiblect to the loa1l1 authorized to aunounce BUD DUNN l are for ASIfC80r Ut Mdion county Ddldtlte uctFinVZ the DemocrAtic party au t Jthu to announced D Fan Authorizedw of ZJ1StlsOflfor AssCfSOr coUnt aOL Yasubject to theact10D flf the Demo antic ru7 FlWr il i I Spring is Comin I renovatingofnew in the way o- fRnitD 1 IlIJ IJtp freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece uf to the most massive Bed= room Suits DressingTublesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy everythingComestreets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not WSOLDHAM PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS R N MILLER ATTORHBTATLAW RICHMOND KBNTDOKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to rmers National Bank febZly AS L1VAt3J ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 10 ft M OHKNAULT- ATTORNEYS AT LA tlCHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery IW RLETCHER AtWlllfJJaI Law RIPHMOXD KENTUCKY 5OfHce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office Perry iThomas drug stor- ePYSIOIAN ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY j ice thr Dr Ilabson building M InStreet D3NTAL STJROEET QT aCTvuvo V KtfosoTV IiHNTIST OP LouisviLLE KY aarOffloe next door to GOvernment Building ioJiiiifind Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to4 nojrlly H V M Blanton 5 DENTIST ABOBlee m Baunett Building slanlyTELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Irs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physician Uobsou Bull ting Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of 0 theopathy Asheville NC center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt superb elevated the lowest point ot which is two thousand feet tbove time level of the sea Situated In ho most favorable portion of the tern oerate zone The ofllfinl Government records of Western North Carolina which an mnimnpeachable evidence give the fol owl UR averages Spring 53 49 F tum nor 70 72 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 8S7 F with a mean for the whole vear of 54 16 F and a mean relative hn nliiity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human Us find quick relief Reached only y the Southern RailwayF- or Land of the Sky booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocent stamp to J Geo B Allen AG P A St Louts Mo C H Hungerfocd D rA LouisvillotKy DRLANDMAN Hotel Glyndon v telnlayJuLy 18 lOOt r f I r oiisie t11ic liilroil DAILY iXSUfiDA Y TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or versaniesLaW1enceburglShel tl SEd Prom tl tozam pmForTRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND toatirllle Lexington Clnclnn 315pm Uliamf IrvineProm m From 1rvlno3CLlonrHGF lnHX7 JLAWOOll1mllSA 1t- o 7 0 a Diamonds c Watches Clocks r Cutglass AH kinds of Jewelry Vand Precious Stones revery description r These are some of the Vtimings to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to harneeds resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a first class c gotoin these kind of articles v L E Lane V- C Jeweler and Optician J Good Clean CQl1t Its a long way from the coal mines to the coal bin And its a long way from getting whet you want when you have to pay for screening You will get a load of satisfaction everytime you buy a load of coal from us Call or Telephone Dctyvi1lc go1 CO D R FreemantMgr Telephone 184 Wcr and Yards Aeat OlD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It ia of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur posee You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade JtallonJO5 1jugs f250 5U ft bottles 3 INew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky New Livery Firm Messrs Joe Collins and Rob t Walk have openeda firstclass feed and sal stable in the old Adams livery stab on Irivne strent and desire a share o patronage in this Jine Persons wh come In from the country and want place to have their horses fed an cleaned up will do well to take then to this stable These gentlemen are in thomarhe the year round for good horses and pet sons having good horses to sell sbouli see Collins and Walker They alB take horses and brake them or pu them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can d with a horse The Collins Walke stable contains forty nice clean room Btallu and the very best care will bi taken ot horses put In this stable Remember the place the old Adanu stable on Irvine street now conductet by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feh arr WIlL Rttdre Boinfaj Mrs Vernon Begga of 743Uyard Avenue St Louis will receive Boardei during the Worlds Fair at tho asua rates Mrs Begs who was formerly MIsa Mabel Teirill of this city is quite Well remembered and much beloved by a large circle of friends She should receive a large share oi patronage 6S pecially from thoeewhoj o from here Ct o oft Illinois Central Railroad i Summer Excursion Tickets now on sale to CERULEAN SPRINGS DAWSON SPRINGS AND GRAYSON SPRINGS KY At Reduced Rates Special Excursion Rates to Not Springs Ark eachIOnly line ruuiimg througn personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Social Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas f Farming in the South The Passenger Department of time lllinoie Central E B Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable gardening stock raising dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will forward his name and ad dress to the undersigned will be mailed ftee Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky I i I L IIinteriorbuilding our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EMalncoRR lexington Kentucky h 110000 ACRESIN THE DEVILS LAKE RESERVATIONO- PEN FOR SETTLEMENT In the entrytorDEVILS LAKE NORTH DAKOTA Registration for the lands open for settlement begins at the Devils Lake North Dakota land Office AUGUST 8th AND CONTINUES UNTIL AUGUST 20th 4thandIAppllants must be present In person and the only railway to Devils Lake where the Land Ic located is the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYSe- nd 2 cents resemtiUnh for further Information and railway rateS address MAX BASS Geniral immigration Agent 220 So Clark St CHICAGO ILL in WHItNtY Generil Passenger and Ticket Agent ST PAUL MINN A Reminder I That we are right in the push with our superb stock of I sss jt s3jI Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautift Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call andwe will give you satisfactions White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Big Hill Coal Co RETIAL YARD Estillavc near L N Depot Old Christian property ANLITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money a Phone3 HF BARKER r Subscribe fof the Richmon I Only e Dollar a Year1w j I CRIMINAL PROCEDURE Police Judge John J Riley Announced a Startling Innovation Lexintgon Ky July SPollce Judge John J Riley who recently attained notoriety by the reestablishment of the whipping post announced another startling Innovation In criminal procedure Thursday which promises to diminish the number of drunks pre sented In his court hereafter Those charged with being drunk will be given the alternative of taking an emetic consisting of a glassful of fishbrlne or going to jaiL One victim took the Betic Thursday and It worked When small boys are convicted he suspends a long workhouse sentence on condition that the parent in fllct a whipping on the culprit in the public square- Several colored boys have been whipped Drastic measures which he recently adopted ran all the vagrants out of town- Surrounding towns are beginning to adopt the same measures SCHOOL BOOK 1AW It Will Be Tested Anent Cities of the Second Class Lexington Ky July 8The board of education Thursday night by unani mous vote decided to test the school book law adopted by the last general assembly in regard to its application to cities of tha second class This action was based upon a written report front Attorney S M Wilson to the effect that a city of the second class had an exclusive jurisdiction over its own text books The cooperation of other cities of the second class will be asked for a written opinion from the attar ney general In case the latter is un favorable the matter will be take to the courts for adjudication WAR ON AUTOMOBILES Turnpike Company Will Charge Ac cording to Horse Power Cold Spring Ky July 8The board of the Campbell County Turnpike Co in an endeavor to keep Its pike clear of automobiles has raised the toll which is now charged according to horse power As most of the autos are eight or ten horse power the toll from Newport to Alexandria and re turn is from U to 9250 Formerly it was only 50 cents the same as a horse and wagon It Is claimed the big ma chines keep travel off the road as many women who formerly enjoyed evening rides do not do so for tear of accidents Mrs May Pardoned Frankfort Ky July 8Mrs Nancy May of Leslie county arrived at the state penitentiary Thursday morning to take up a tenyear sentence for murdering a young woman whom she accused of intimacy with her husb nd Acting Gov Thorne Interfered and pardoned her she having her three monthsold child in her arms Heavy Rain In Bath County heavyrainstorming much good to growing crops in parts of the country and great dam age by washing land fences and crops in other parts This is the second time in two weeks that crops have been damaged by a storm Killed By Horse Columbia Ky July 8EIsey Wit son a young married man was thrown from his horse and so badly hurt that he died The man was driving cattle and spurring his horse In order to make him mend his gait the animal made a quick leap forward stumbled and fell Newport Commercial Club Newport Ky July SInltial stepS In the formation of a Commercial club for Newport were taken in the offices of County Judge Hissem when temporary officers were elected Judge IDs sem was made temporary president and C D Crawford temporary secre tary Squire Anderson Dies Suddenly Covington Ky July SEx8Qulre J S Anderson died suddenly at hla residence near Bromley Ky Thurs- daY night Mr Anderson was working about his garden as usual during the day and seemed in the best of humor at the supper table Parole Granted Logan Gannon Frankfort Ky July SThe state prison comlmsslon granted a parole In the case of Logan Gannon of Lexig to an Inmate of the penitentiary here Gano was set up January 12 last foi one year on conviction of confederat- Ing He Was Born In Kentucky Jefferson City Mo July SJustlce Gavan D Burgess of the Missouri supreme court suffered a stroke of pa ralysis at his home here and is in a serious condition Judge Burgess was born in Kentucky In November 1835 Accidentally Shot Himself Owingsville Ky JulY8R Claude Bryan a prominent young grocer was severely Injured by the accidental dls charge of a revolver which he was taking from a drawer The weapon was discharged Prison Guard Drops Dead Cynthlana Ky July 8Newt Sip pies a guard in the penitentiary at Frankfort for the past four years dropped dead train apoplexy at the home of his father He was here on vacation Mexico Is making a serious effort to rump out yellow lover SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH liD WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION TO POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA Wee 4eMCttTe Better tfcroagh aeJaednlee and other aeecItMl par ItatWnM HLMcGUINEs- sThcT paaasrmrn M EAKT FMmTH STHCC- TCINCINNATI OHIO torSali A sew cotae consistiBK of four nicerooh19 and hall troetaoobtck orckRktfrol1ta dbackJardtd a ROOd cistijra Time hotwe hM just been- i koace lies DeTer Men occu rFwllMsclI att1M oOc t 0 t t A Splendid OJ fPJorljJ1111 To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining propertYM situated three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested toithoroughly investigate this property owned f Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company wa i V fit which promise to be equal to any ot the Ureat Jsducers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt exteMV worn Jerome to Bfabesand firc I Absolutely in the Center of the Belt f And in the Center of the Globe rand production and future promise is not excelled in the won y MinIng District wliirli as to past present c 380 Acres ina conpact bodywith undisputed titleNo debts of any kind development still gt iSftjT claim will be mineore in sight on in the most modern and systematic manner 19 claimsand everv a one Copper Gold Silver anti Lead all In paying tantiticewltti good assays in Tin Uranium etct quantities of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on tile ground Those who did not buy stock in the great mininc popertles of Arizona and other parts of the we it was offered for lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in the c ArhonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling stI which pnts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and t ceeds from male of stock JOtR into development work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoi limr and handling of ore from min to mill No salaried officer to pav Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed aw lutely safe It is nut ofl re l as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in price For further information address ROBT M FOREE Pros and lien Mgr V Main Office Ulobe Arizona 45C What is the name of the Refrigator- md Ice Box that is lined with Granulated Cork and who sells them In town It is the North Star and can be found- at D B Shackellord Co where it has wen for years 13atf L ft N1a1i Ar tC4 pm 1105 pm 7pm 430pm No Cincinnati and IjTingi ton Exjess sooth bound No8 Clnnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No 4 Clnnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No 5 Clnnatl and Livings ton Ex sooth bound No 10 Stanford and Maya vllle Accm north bound No Stanford and vllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound No 22 Richmond and Stan ford nort hound rU8 lMpm 350 aol 1105 Pu- 6IOau 520 aol New Firm Having purchased the grocery and meat bnsinPSR of Robert Hurst nest It k N depot I cordiallv invite all mv friends as well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing anv thlne in this line I will carrv con stantly in stoek onlv the heat of good and my meat market will hp supplied with the nires Rtvk to bo hall and will uphold mv reputation for being a neat clean butcher I also desire to purchase five COW giving from three to four gallons milk per dav Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 1716mtfAgents Wanted S6a day made bv our men selling Air Lights Write for terms Chi ago Air Light Co 83 6th Ave Chicago Tour Trip to the WorldsFair St Louis in 1904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District ofthe Fatherof Waters should be made by th- eBig Pout Route J E REEVES Gen Southern Agent WABRKN J LYNCH Q P T A HI nns O B O Sw Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST L0UISand ouisiana Purchase Exposition Entire New rea4way Track and EQUIPMENT way of the 5a l Parlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats D Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Application Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louis Worlds Fair March For rate tll e ef tris rie piBot Parlor Cr accomaaodatloiw ddnr any 8fiM1L o P MCCARTY Oseemi PMeeaft AeM- Cincinnati Ohio Dant iorget eaeItDnledr superior in the M rebaaJt Uilorin- Iue aUoaf work K nin ee dj tf stoutfw rJh jfZ I JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Pranch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado r r c FRANK A WRIGHT Vice President IjBranch Oflne 910 Tatoma B Chicago Illinois r r cJ There is nothing like Good FLOUlEvery housewife every cook knows ftj Good fakes Rolls 1- BISCUI tJcannot be made without good Floursd mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and M T the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produ Belle of Madison MADE BY T- HEElusion Mill CJ WACO KENTUCKY Famous Crab Orchard Spring Forty Miles from Richmond c CRAB ORCHARD SPRINtiS for neary a century has proven a model Sumrri Resort anti this season promises to be the best in its history There health at happiness can always be found The days are never oppref Bivelv warm whi the nichts are delightfully pleasant from June till October Th r one can iii needed rest or amusement galore as he prefers At this grand old place caH t found the greatest variety of mineral waters ot rfal merit in the country Tl famous Crab Orchard Water from which is made Crab Orchard Salts Sn phur Chalybeate Magmsia etc all flow from large 8PrlCH ciuian to the Sorinl Hotel Wo have opened a new Epson Well and a new Salt Sulphur which a a great improvement on any which have been opened heretofore The Table Neither money nor pains will he spared to make the table thn best to b found in Kentucky An experienced chef has bee engaged and time fare at al limes will include the deli des of the season Fine cattle mutton pork an poultry fattened on the Springe farm not surpassed anywhere Improvements- The Springs property have till been improved while paint anti paper ha been liberally used The grounds are in time pink of condition and present scene loyely to behold just now- Society and Amusements Crab Orchard Springs tins long been noted for the home like feeling tin pervade the entire place Time ceremonial edicts of fashionable home life laid aside while each individual promotes his or her own happiness in cm tribnting to the happiness of others We have a box ball machine that is drawing card and a novelty to r great man- yAccessibility Crab Orchard Spring 115 miles from Louisville is the most accessible summer resort in Kentucky The Springs Hotels are less than a mile from tho I N depot and every train is met by a comfortable conveyance Rates The rates are very low considering the excellency 01 the service For S flO per week dellghjful rooms and splendid fare can be obtained Season Opened June 1st The season opened June 1st and all during the summer a pplendiil band wi be in attendance Our midsummer ball will take place July 15th Saxton wi furnish the music Railroad Rates 125 round trip tickets sold Satuiday good till Monday JOB WILLIS ManagerC- RAB ORCHARD K ri w t r f0 0 T he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 13 IBM ytnfoncucmentsTfc- lhtVSUrs of tie Fifth ARtlilte Court Dis ihid of Ktnlucfcf ut a candidate for Judof the Court of Appl4Js from this District IU iijict to the nntfon of the Democra ts turty AfirCirouit Judge it bo my duty to try ai number of rriminal cases which have become ji pert of tho SUUeis history and nt IR4H critical time As JU JgRof the Slate Fiscal Court it fell to my lot to putINstation as wall as to construe the pnrent Constitution whenever a con trvery rose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable rase he burdened the dockets of my w iirt touching the rights of corpora ti sand the oxorelEo of franchises wiilT the law HtfVvwell I hive dis cli iijfed my duties Undur such trying crill umstanoofi 1uft to you to dotor mine I will be very grateful to all who fMl they can aurfstnio to secure the ktjttt position nut ottleo to which Ias li- Very respectfully JAMES E OANTJULL U John D Carroll f A CaadMate ier Appellate Judge fa this District Hon John D Carroll of New Castle oe of the best known lawyers in the S at fcws announced as a candidate foe Appellate Judge in this district Mthjact tn the action of the Democratic party Mr Carroll friends espec ially iR the lepil profession have tori a lowg time desired to see him on the beach ni the highest court in the State He hits held several offices of trust and honor and in all ofj then acquitted hhnslf with oredItVhtn quite a yQH He man he servedjtwolterms in the Legistatiire was member of the Con rtittttKHml Convention and one of the treecommissioners appointed by tIn Governor to revise the statute Jaws of the Stale to conform to the change made by tile coiiRtitiition and was ior three years chairman of the Democratic Stele CeNtral Committee He is the erthorof Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Pmetic and Carrolls Kentucky Stfttntng lawlmoks tlmtfcro in Kennral use SHl that may be found in the ftfllce of every lawyer in the State A man o- hdEh integrity Ktwt industry with an extern ve and accurate knowledge of Ute law and in the prime of life his ktfge circle of frieiuk believe he would nmke a splendid J Judge Trimble ZtoiiKMrat tf FOR CONORRBS wsr anthotued to aBMBdft lion D L MOORE of Meraer eetuitr a oaiutfdate Ior In the R1Lh WdtK to llcceed Ha G 0 GHbert sL4sct to tlw aetfea of DMaoernllc party Your support IgaatnesUr bt d We are authorised to announce II HBUI ef Lincoln eiranty n candidate for CosRress IRMI tfcta the Bight Oongresstonal District Bab etlto Uw aotioa of the Demooiatlc party W are HUtorized to aanouc nON Q 01 OILBHHT candidate for CoaRrewg ln sceeed MwMU ifWBtbts the Iflchth Oonltreion811Dhtfrfet oaliiMt to the action ortS party sVe aflll authorized to announce PRANK TURBtt a indIdiIe for Congrem from this lhe Wflhlh Dhtrtct subject to the action of tile Democratic darty POH CITY ATTORJJHY IL1ROluUtTSa We are artliorUw to announce JUDGE J C OHKNAULTVa otndidule for the office or County JUdge of Mad on County Subject to the aeUen uf the Deraoeratie party We are authorized to annnunee JUOQB N TURPIN aoandWate fortheeinoeof Coan ty Judge of Madison county Subject to the action of the Democrat party Pout tODNTY ATTORNKY We are antbortied to nnnounoe W K LIrriHKR JR eamJMatefor Oounty At tunivy 5UCt to the action of the Democratic party We are authoriaed to aiiBOBii49e It II CKiOKK a candidate for iXMuty Attorney MilKct to the action ef lh Democrattc party We are authorized to announce W R aiACKKLFORDacandldat for County At torney of Mudiiwm oonnty eabjectto theaotion of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W laJlsonOuUlltIt Party We sreautIIoisedtoannoOneeflIJ Million a candidate for Sheriff of Mudlson County tub leut W the Mllen DetsocraUc Party We are authorized to announce IL II COt YBR a oandldate for Sheriff of Madteon count aeCt to the action of the Democratic party Foil JAILBRIoWearenath Hi d toannoaneeF PERKINS flf BaMwi a candidate for Jailer of I JUadfcKweoflHty subject to the action of the- DessstIc party Ve are authorized to announce D O QRIGQS ts a candidate for Jailer of Madison OouBty subject to the action of the Demo crath party We are authorized to announce ThOM 0 OURRY as a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subteet to the action of the Democratic party Iv are aathorired to announce Q W DHIUNOHUi eandldaU for Jailer Of Madison comeLy wWect to lbs action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N n JONES a candidate for Jailer of Madison County sub Jeo Ho the action of the Democratic party re are authorized to announce J B DOZIER oandklHte for Jailer of Madison county snb jest t8 the action of the Dcjaocratlc party We are authorized to announce A J ROSS colttltyanbIW are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a randidale for Jailer of Madison county suujrt to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PAUKISII a candidate for Jailer of Madison conn subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announoe ANDERSON IKKS of Speedwell M a candidate for Jailer of Madison eoanty snbjeot to the action of the Democratic trty- Ve =are authorized to announce L n KKKNHDY of We t End Precinct Richmond as a enmlldnte for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party W are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison County oMwt to the action of the Democrat- Ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a oandldaU foj Jailer of Madtson county suBJect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce n B TER RlLl IIL a candidate for Jailer ofJdndlsonC- Ot1t1Q BnJect to the action of the Democratic party We lire authorized to announce W T candidate for Jailer of Madison coantidiobjeci to the action of the Democra tic parly FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Wenreanthorized to announce E PBEK otPublIouctlon of the Democratic party We are authorized to annonnceDEN F ED WABDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We tire authorized to annonnce JOlIN NOLAND candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject tb the action Of the Democratic pnrty- FORASSBS8OR Ware authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Llct Precinct as a candidate fpzAsses Bor subject to the action of the Democratic party W are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison subject to the action of the Denjocratic party We are anthorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Aseor of Madison county Mttiject tQ the action of the Demo crutio party Wearc unlhorlied to annonnce ROYD WAQflflacoiicIIdate for A cs oraf iradisori fVVlI Spring is Com in I renovatingofnow in the way of TiJWllln Y3 lmJID ID ra everythinsmallest piece up to the most massive 1 t Bed = room Suits DressingTubles Fancy0ddComa to Out store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried onin the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not WISi OLDHAM PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS r IN MILLER ATToaBY RlCUliOitD TLJwIOffice n the Barnam Building next door to armera National Bank febZly JA scriiiarcrr ATTOKNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTOCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 10 D MOHENAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ttciiMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery rW R LETCHER AUorneyaZaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY SSOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNBYB AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore 4 PHYSICIANS PRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS MoW SURGEOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jteetacnr Dr Ilobwn building M inStreet fJNTAI S1TRGBRT ttt 1actt0 t iobsortDR- NTIST or LOOISVILLB KY 44OfHce next door to Government Building ioliinSml Ky Office houra 9 to 121 to aovl7ly V M Blanton 5s DENTIST 3OlBee lu Bennett Building Unly TELEPHONE 196 0 Vance DO IE E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobeou Bull ling Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy Asheville N C center of the beautiful Land of the Skytt superb elevated plateau the lowest point of which is two thousand feet ibove the level of the sea Situated in he most favorable portion of the tern oerate zone The ofllclnl Government records of Western North Carolina which are miinpeachable evidence give the following averages Spring 53 49 F Sum nero 70 72 F Autumn 5348 F Winter 1887 F with a mean for the whole vear of 04 15 F and a mean relative hu nidity of but 65 per cent A natural paradise where all human Ha find quick relief Reached only y the Suthem Railway For Land of the Skyi booklet Summer Resort folder etc send twocoat stamp to Geo B Allen A G P A St Louis Mo C IL Hun erford I t D P A Louisvilld Ky DR LANDMAN- Holel Glynd bn 1 Wednesday July 1V19JH 1 L toiviI t1tLc iilroLt DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraalllesLawrenceburglSber and Cincinnati lIoamj For Irvine and BeattyTlllo ZOO pm TRAINS ARRIVE niOIIMOND From LouisTllle Lexington and OInclnnati UMamI From DeaLtyvlU and Irvine It5i From Irino MI 345 p ITItiMtTI0PPA mIraahlles gy AtVfottlums 8 A 1 9 ti- r f S y m T u rt Diamonds c Watches Ctocksfr I r Cutglass All kinds of l andPrecjousStonesI of very description lThese are some of the 1 LanesJewelry watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he c toLaneV will fix them If your ring thatItestablishment go c fixeelin v L E Lane r c Jeweler and Optician J Good Clean CIDIt Its a long way from the coal mines to the coal bin And its a long way from getting whet yod want when you have to pay for screening You wi get a load of satisfac tion everytime you buy a load of coal from us Callor Telephone Battyvi11c oil o D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 W and Yards po A VtUt OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5 II jugs 250 5 bottles 3 JNew Whisky 5180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop M Joe Distillery JIcBras er jovlyr Anderson county Ky New Liver firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronage in this lino Persons who come in from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable These gentlemen are In the market the year foflROod horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in Rood selllnaconditipn 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 betaken ot horses put in this stable Remember tho place the old Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feh 3rr Wilt Receive Boarders Mrs Vernon Beggs of 743 Byard Ave nun St Louis will receive Boarders during the Worlds Fair at the usual formerlyMisswell remembered and rqtich beloved a large circle of friends She should receive A largo hlro ot patronage es pepjally from those wlidjxo from here k 0 re 05 1iHI = f t r Illinois Central Railroad Summer Excursion ticketsnow pn sale to CERULEAN SPRINGS DAWSON SPRINGS AND GRAYSON SPRINGS KY At Reduced Rates Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Arkand Return Wednesdays and Saturdays of each Week until September 30 J 904 Only lineruUlung- througn personally conducted excursion SleepersLouisvilleto California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Agent becial low way and Roundtrip Rates effect on third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department the Central K R Co is issuing raisingdairyingLouisiana Every Farmer or Homesneker who will forward his and mi dress to the undersigned be mailed free Circulars 1 to 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville ICy I I L IIinteribuilding our figures sure to right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co E Hiln t 6 R R Lexington Kentucky to 110000 ACRESIN THE I DEVILS LAKE RESERVATIONO- PEN FOR SETTLEMENT In the entrytorDEVILS LAKE NORTH DAKOTA HMHHHH Registration for the lands open NorthInkotaAUGUST 8th AND CONTINUES UNTIL AUGUST 20th 24thIlApplicants must be wheretheGREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY Send 2 cents resemtlonFor further Information and railway rates address MAX BASS General immigration 220 So Clark 5t CHICAGO ILL One in first and of name will Nos are be tt WHITNEYGeneral Agent ST PAUL MINN A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of Jf V j sc J Dry Goodsii We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call andwe will give you satisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Big Hill Coal Co RETIAL YARD Estillave near L N Depot Old Christian property ANLITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 H F BARKER Agt A Subscribe for the JRichhwnd CIIffmfllit ryr Pn1y9LPcJ4r a 1 er1i itI 0 3 ji7 i t C 1 i r i po II CIUMINAL PROCEDURE Polio JWf John J Riley ArllMHHlce a Startling innevatlen Lexlntgcn Ky July SPollce Judge John Jj Riley who recently attained notoriety by the reestablishment ati the whipping post announced another startling innovation In criminal procedure Thursday which promises to diminish the number of drunks pro rented in his court hereafter Those charged with being drunk will be given the alternative of taking an emetic consisting of a glassful of flshbrlno or going to JaiL One victim took the e aetlc Thursday and it worked When small boys are convlcted he suspends a long workhouse sent ence on condition that the parent in flict a whipping on the culprit in the public square Several colored boys have been whipped Drastic measures which he recently adopted ran all the vagrants out of toWn- Surroundlnz towns are beginning to adopt the same measures SCHOOL BOOK LAW It Will Be Tested Anent Cities of the Second Class Lexington Ky July SThe board of education Thursday night by unani schQolbookassembly In regard to Its application to cities of tha second class This action was based upon a written report from Attorney S M Wilson to the effect that a city of the second class hall an exclusive Jurisdiction over Its own text books The cooperation of other cities of the second class will be asked for a written opinion from the attor ney general In case the latter Is un favorable the matter will be take to the courts for adjudication WAR ON AUTOMOBILES Turnpike Company Will Charge According to Horse Power Cold Spring Ky July8frhe board of the Campbell County Turnpike Co In an endeavor to keep its pike clear of automobiles has raised the toll which is now charged according to horse power As most of the autoa are eight or ten horse power the toll from Newport to Alexandria and return Is from 2 to J250 Formerly It was only 50 cents the same as a horse and wagon It Is claimed the big ma chines keep travel off the road as many women who formerly enjoyed evening rides do not do so for fear of accidents Mrs May Pardoned Frankfort Ky July SUts Nancy May of Leslie county arrived at the state penitentiary Thursday morning to take up a tenyear sentence for murdering a young woman whom she accused of intimacy with her husband Acting Gov Thorne Interfered and pardoned her she having her three monthsold child In her arms Heavy Rain In Bath County Owingsville Ky July 8A heavy rainstorm passed over this county do- Ing much good to growing crops In parts of the country and great dam age by washing land fences and crops In other parts This is the second time in two weeks that crops have been damaged by a storm Killed By Horse Columbia Ky July iElsey Wil son a young married man was thrown from his horse and so badly hurt that he died The man was driving cattle and spurring his horse In order to make him mend his gait the animal made a quick leap forward stumbled and fell Newport Commercial Club Newport Ky July 8lnltlal steps in the formation of a Commercial club for Newport were taken in the offices of County Judge HIssem when tempo rary officers were elected Judge IDs sem was made temporary president and C D Crawford temporary secre tary Squire Anderson Dies Suddenly Covlngton Ky July 8 ExSqulro J S Anderson died suddenly at his residence near Bromley Ky Thursday night Mr Anderson was working about lila garden as usual during the day and seemed in the best of humor at the supper table Parole Granted Logan Gannon Frankfort Ky July SThe state prison comlmsslon granted a parole in the case of Logan Gannon of Lexlg to an Inmate of the penitentiary here Cano was set up January 12 last for one year on conviction of confederat- Ing He Was Born In Kentucky Jefferson City Mo July 8Justlcs Gavan D Burgess of the Missouri su preme court suffered a stroke of pa ralysis at his home here and Is in a serious condition Judge Burgess was born In Kentucky In November 1835 Accidentally Shot Himself Owingsville Ky July 8R Claude Bryan a prominent young grocer was severely injured by the accidental dis charge of a revolver which he was taking from a drawer The weapon was discharged Prison Guard Drops Dead Cynthlana Ky July SNewt SIp pIes a guard in the penitentiary at Frankfort for the past four years dropped dead from apoplexy at the home of his father Ho was here on a vacation Mexico Is making a serious effort to stamp out yellow fever SAINT LOUIS TO THE ENTIRE SOUTH AND WEST SERVICE AND EQUIPMENT IN KEEPING WITH MODERN IDEAS AND EXECUTION T8 POINTS IN MISSOURI KANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS INDIAN TERRITORY JOKLAHOMLler agfc eeJtecta1ee other aeecIM par tcuitr IMWHH tiHMcGUIRE r1t1CT PASSCNGCIt AGENT H CMT STHCC- TCINCINNATI OHIO rot Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back orch Rice trout and back yard sad a ood cistern The house hM just been- oiipIe4ttilesice hw tiBver been occn rWdr pIkala llat ihM 4he I tf tJ lu t JItV Jj1 I rc I I r A SpiZen did Opporiturnity To invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe ArizonaiV Investors are requested tojthoroughly investigate this property owned by the j X A- 1v Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and jIVMwoni Jerome to Bisbeeand J- jlr Absolutely in the Center of the Belt s And in the Center of the Globe t- w future V- V jL Jintold Silver and Lead all in rjanlitles with good in Tin Uranium etc ittjJLit was offered for lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in the l+ ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co fit which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable Pro- ceedsV from sale of stock goes into development work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoist At inir stud handling of ores from mine to mill No salaried officer to pay Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed abso y lutely safe It In iwi offered as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in price For farther Information address t ROBT M FOREE Pros and Jen Mgr V Maui Office Globe Arizona c r rlc What is tho name of the Refrigator and Ice Box that is lined with Granulated Pork nnd who sells them in town It is the North Star and can be found at D B Shacleellord k Co where it has been for years 13atf Lfti Tim Tale Ar- t246 pm 125pm 3i5 a so 1105 pm pm 43pm No Cincinnati and LlTlnga ton Exiesa sonth bound No 6 Clnnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No Clnnatl and Livings ton Express north bound No5C1nnti and Livings ton Ex south bound No 10 Stanford and Manville Accm north bound No 11 Stanford and May yule Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Row land Accm south bound No 22 Richmond and Stan ford north und Lv 12it p ll05pm 6te am- d20 am New Firm ITnvintr pnrchARed the grocery and meat bnslness of Robert Hurst near TJ k N depot I cnrdiallv invite oil mv friends well as all patrons of the old firm to call on me when needing anv thIng in this line I will carry cnn tantlv in stock onlv the heat of goods and my mpat market will hp supplied with the nices stock to be haul and will uphold mv reputation for being a neat clean bntrher I also desire to purchase five cows givinir from thrrfe to four gallons milk per day Again soliciting a share of your patronage I am respectfully Mack M Hamilton East Main street Richmond Ky Phone 17 Wmtl Agents Wanted sea day made bv our men selling Air Tights Write for terms Chicago Air Light Co 83 6th Ave Chicago Tour Trip to the Worlds oS Fair St Louis in J 904 to insure the Daylight Entrance to the Mound City and an unobstruc ted Panoramic view of the Levee and Shipping District of the Fatherof Waters should be made by t- heBig Pow Route J B REEVES Oen Southern Agent WABBENJ LYNCH GPlilT A CI ina U B8 0 SW Worlds Fair Route Natural Gateway to ST LOUISand ouisiaha Purchase Exposition Entire New Ireadway Track aDd EQUIPMENT way of the 5aske5sPa- rlor Dining and Sleeping Cars elegant Coaches with High Back Seats Complete Illustrated Folder of the Worlds Fair furnished free on Applicaiion Send lOc silver for copy of the St Louis Worlds Fair March For rates time oftrains sleeping or Parlor Oar accommodations address any agent 0 P MCCARTY General Passenger Age- atCincinnati Ohio Dont tOTROt we IICkltOwJedp re superior Ju the mrehmt Ssiiloria lens hieM Ail r wotk Ia gisPsteed It h t JOS D WHITMAN SecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldi Denver Colorado r r FRANK A WRIGHT Vice President Branch Office 910 Tacoma BId Chicago Illinois r rrThere is nothing like Good FLOUR Every housewife every cook knows that Good akes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Out mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produc Belle of Madison MADE BY THE El listen Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY Famous Crab Orchard Springs Forty Miles from RichmondJCRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS for neary a Resort and this season promises to be the best happiness can always be found Tim lays are never oppressively warm whir the nights are delightfully pleasant from June till October TIIT one ran flit needed rest or amusement galore as he prefers At this grand old place caN found the greatest variety of mineral waters ot real merit in the country Tl famous Crab Orchard Water from which is made Crab Orchard pliur Chalybeate JlaKn sia etcall flow from larce spritigachient to the501ft Hotel Wo have opened a new Epson Well and a new Salt Sulphur which a great improvement any which have been opened herelofoie The Table 0 Neither money nor pains will ho spared to make the table thn best toI found in Kentucky An experienced chef has bee engaged and the fare at limes will include the deliifciep nf the season Fine cattle mutton pork aj poultry fattened on the Springe farm not surpassed anywhere Improvements Ihe Springs property have all been improved while paint and paper In been liberally used The gmumls are in the pink of condition and prewn scene lovely to behold just nnw- Society and Amusements r Crab Orchard Springs line long been noted for the home like feeling t pervades the entire place The ceremonial edicts of fashionable home life J laid aside while each individual promotes his or her own happiness in r iributiiiK to the happiness of others We have a box ball machine that drawing card and a novelty to r great manyiiAccessi- bilityCrab Orchard Spring 115 miles from Louisville is the most accessible f H mer resort in Kentucky Vise Springs lintels are less than a mile from liN depot and evary train is met by a comfortable conveyance Rates l 1 The rates are very low considering the excellency the service For 5 10 per week delightful rooms aid splendid fare can be obtained 1 r Season Opened June Jst rT tbefurnish the music Railroad Rates lM 125 round trip tickets sold Satin day good till Monday l J B WILLIS Manager CRAB ORCHARD I Queen CrescentRoui1j SHORTEST LINE AND QUICKEST SCHEMA f II BETWEEN ll Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston 1Birminghamand Texas oints jNI 1fSITISt4 IATES heAHEK IH AIKEN Tray P ssr Agt 89 E Main St L WA AkREITOi Mflr W Cj RINEARSO OMU NCINNBj jc l tr 0 f o r itt w c c iC i n a L i 7I I c 1c I r I J pc 11L1 4 If tl R G W EVANS JR ew Firm Jj AIDcggnificient Stock of Goods ferything for the home beautiful tf c n found in our store chandfybodjr of I J- 1Iandett and we guarantee the heat polite attentrO1 Jr I IVtachine3Or ILIiIciiir itcher t Evans lain Street Richmond Ky 1cft J Tairt at the Worlds Fair ra ejthQ HirWers of JWtl u a u at I Louis bufldizig iu the world irsingKILOCt1 PAINT If work and lind it entirely t3ry II Drake are also the build i Horticultural Building the lage four State buildings r Worlds Fair structured tug over a million dollars builders of the new Arlcan Capitolrooo a Iii beard or rich Use 1I t Such a linn is particular about the paint it VMS their work requires paz most workmanlike labor of skilled artisans When on all their work nnd pronounce it enlirely satisfactory it stamps it as thoroughly good dependable paint the paint you want on your own home KINLOCII is nota high priced paint although it is a high grade one and it wears longer than any other paint in the market and looks well all the time Made in all the standard colors Our local agent will tell why you can not afford to use any other paint The price he will quote you will be surprisingly satisfactory AiFR WE HAVE NO AGENT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL FOR YOU IF SHlWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO Jf KINLOCH PAINT COMPANY ST LOUIS MO g THERE IS rO SUBSTITUTE by R S BROWN Kirksvilie Ky t ersPills moustache or brown black specificationsdemand theyuseKiNLOCH liverITheybiliousness sickheadache Sold for 60 years tcreix i DYEnm COMPANylI Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi quIckII1UNftI1O jt l i 2 tLOTHESijJIJAT it is the kind we make We handlef the best the newest andmost sh goods r can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock iplete isgentsftirnLhGive sand pricesIouffer Mahler t MEI CHANT TAILORS imerat r t i Hot Springs 2 k i 5Y rnwSogo to Hot Springer Aikansas for iht benefit of 5inimer IB the bPft time Her fSrtunate 1 gh up in thefogSficyanct iPzark mountains In I IfI everyone B diri are united In QoDeHd look over Q r the sum txk cL1et us give you am eathe oauyOiYOiI m ay ar M o wan I cejtF er toL 1IiM lilt pariletwt ff ZJivve Sokt A tjjD 1OVf 11 11 XL E 1 PI u c r ie For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1N NoU No No7 No8 No Nol No1JNo Nofc No iU Nol No1U Nol9 No 2 0 No2Is No2 2 No2 3 No2I No 2 U t No 2 7 No2S No aU No 31 2 No 32 No 33 twostory frame residence contain Ing6roomsand two balls in Etch moirij Ky Lot 40x150 feet AiQall barn Price 11000 501 less than original costs A twostor frame resIdence on one of the nicest resdentstreeU in Rich mood lies all necessary outbuild tugs A great bargain for anyone desiring a home Two nice rea depcesnearlaID street and only three squares court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not bo found These Residences will be sold at a bar gain 5ii2O m buy a good town rot 40x200 6t good town lot on good street tax 200 feet Price H50 v produclagfsrtnresidence barn and other ontbulld Inics Price U2OO Good farm containing about 130 acres good residence bsrn and other provements In One locality Price- welli1nipntn Can be bought In connection with No8 Price J1600 wellUflood cottage In Orstclau condition clsterd etc Price 500 Nice residence containing seven ctlyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 3000 businesszA four tom cottage and seven acres twoinhnIldingTillsthriving vlllnge where churches Sni schools are convenient Price 1500 inRichmond cityLotA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for nny one desir- Ing ideal home One of the best cnnstrnetedhnildfncs In Richmond well improved Price 2200 peighborhood Cotage on a nice resident street conlHinlnft tour rooms and necessary nnthiiililings OlIn IIP imrchHKed onthe installment nlsu A great nargnin at 1100 Will oaint residence for purchaser An lileol cottage lof five rooms ryouhulldlnltslnclndlnR anti Price 130 Will sell paintresilience oontamingporches situated In best residence portion of city Stable coal house lmJldingsduring nine home eiltht1Iall in smallS and Is Al good farm and thlalandLocalltv1wwtI Flour and grist mill Anderson cnnnty IIIbillrrel capacity IlBiW Ironbuntr power tmtattcr tbreo momb nf the flollerIIIilnc1ti4IHSroom A11torMU orSH for the mill and tbe acres Onehalf ch Has One trade No mill in 10 miles A lao R MbBrrc1 mm In lIrerCfr- OOiIntyRy on Halt river Steam POwer new uptodall in every wllhImprovtmlntlltend Close to Southern railroad Price UOO Also ii acre of Florida sand In treettbrouahone side with 2story Sroom howe- and oranges t each pears plnmgrape benrlng and 6 acre on other side with 6room 1story house plnnigrapetacres for 11800 or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwel twohallsntiehouseInRichmond148 acres Mercer cnuntv farm In2oO housetenantwater 7000 acres in 3 miles of HirrOdubnrg on pike good land 10 roam brick residenrc excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc S6i per acre countyfiiebempand residence excellent barn One running water Prlo M an acre A e good as any 1100 land J tales to OunUoqai LednefonrrU 1 4 A On account of Kentucky Olmutauqua HxniBton June 28 to July 8 the L L railroad will sell round trip ticketx rom all stations to Lexington June 27 0 July 8 inclusive at rate of one and iiietliird fare plus 25 cents for the ound trip Final limit for return July W C Mlir Agent WARNING No one can furnish you with Procter etchertLacky TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ttt AjJjWeare pleased tostatetJ it is on sale at the t01loWJD atIplaces in Madison county ArhnrJr Simmons it lamlltoa- O k fiaael lVf Masters J V Whitlock JohnJSUpp Burton Roberts J W Teat r J W Prewitt L A Wearren li O McWharter Blckneri Earls LT Coy Rchmond Waco Red Rouse- ValleyView Hutbtop Paint Berea Kirkavtlle EXPERIENC 50 YEARS I PATENTS I 43TRAOC MARKS rrT COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a tketch and description mar qnlcUr ascertain our opinion an Invention U probably p t nf hlo Commtinlov UflniitrlcUreonndenUal HAND9COon Patents lent tree Uldot for pate1S fatsau taken through llunn A Co receive iptctat nottet WIthout ciarze In tt- tSckxtlfic flmfitmA roe Ulnstrated weeklr Jjuuert sir acrsdentiac5KimaL rem 3 a year t tOOl months IoSo14 byall ewsdeaIer MM tCc36iNdyTQBranch Otlce V to WMbl toaO C KILL THE COUCH MoD CURE THE LUJ4J DiJingsNew I iLiWONSUpTIONI LOLDS Lick- Wallaceton IOcFtee Trial t kMt Cur for mil LXJ O TSOWB e y a oo c 1 SENTTO PRISON i Nancy May Who Killed a SIxttenY Old Girl Hyden Kyj Julr7The sheriff ot Leslie county left for Frankfort WedI nesday with six prisoners sentenced to the penitentiary Most noted among them Is Mr Nancy May the young wife of Gen May and who was given a tenyear term for the murder of 16yearold Alice Smith on election day last November She has two chll dren ope only 4 months old It was shown during the trial that Jealousy was the motive of the crime The Mays lived on the Beach Fork of the Kentucky river Alice Smith was living at that lIme with her uncle Josh Mosley two miles above theMay home The two families wefe oil the best tit terms Thu younERirl madeJtrequent visits to tho home of Nancy May and In turn was fisltea bjfrtho latter At length certain rumors reached Nancy May according tp the evidence offered by the defense In the trial concerning tho girl and Gen May Mrs May believed that the couple were planning to run away FILIPINO STUDENTS Debarred From DuPont Manual Train Ing High School Louisville KyJulY7 The school board has Instructed the high school committee to Inform four Filipino stu loutS who applied for admission to the DuPont manual training high school that their color debars them from the privileges of the public schools When the request that the Filipino boys be allowed free admittance to the school was presented to the board Dr n E Calvin inquired If Filipinos are not Negroes Prof Mark said he had Investigated the law as to the separation of races in the schools and found that the word colored applied to all except white children Negroes In dians and those ofthe brown races CAPT R P HOBSON He Can Not Keep His Engagement to Lecture at Lexington Lexington Ky July 7tt Was an nounced Wednesday night that Capt R P Hobson hero of the Merrimac who was scheduled to lecture at Chau tauqua Thursday night can not keep his engagement He Is a delegate to the democratic convention and elector at large from Alabama It Is said he Is laying fences to run again for congress two years hence and to miss this convention his political advisors think would jeopardize his chances for election to congress Judge Cantrlll Taken Home Owenton Ky July 7Judge James E Cantrill was taken to his home at Georgetown Ky In an auto Wednesday morning He Is much improved but not fully recovered from his para lytlc stroke Ills wife and son Cecil and Dr W G Blrcnett accompalod him The auto started here Saturday broke down and had togo back to Lexington for repairs Aeronaut Injured Ludlow Ky July 7After success fully ascending In a balloon Wednes day night at the Lagoon Frank Grubbs tho aeronaut circled around toward Ludlow and then came whirl ing down on the top of a building Three of his ribs were broken and his left shoulder was Killed dislocatedI Inez Ky July 6 Leonard 5 son of James Howard was accidentally kill ed by Tivls his 13yearold brother Tlvls attempted to shoot a hawk The pistol failed to fire While investigat- Ing the cause the little fellow stepped in front of the weapon which was dis charged Three Men Fatally Injured Owingsville Ky July 7on Hurri cane creek Pike county while work aTtrainleft the track bolted down an embank mtut and crashed Into the crowd of workmen fatally Injuring three of them Beckham For Vice President St Louis JulyTAt an informal meeUng of the Kentucky delegation Wednesday afternoon It was decided- to make an active effort to secure the nomination for vice president for Gov teckham They point to Beckhams remarkable victories In KentuclyI Alleged Sate Blower Covington Ky July 7Franlt Jack son an alleged sate blower was locked up In the county bastlle by Federal Marshal Thompson Jackson Is charged with blowing a safe in the post office at Livingston Ky getting about 300 Mrs Robert Tucker Dead Louisville ICy Jujy 7Mrs Robert TUcker wife of Bob Tucker a noted oulsvllle horseman dlelt41t Sheeps head Bay She was born 1iiWales 32 untllenlc in Ball Knob Henry Baxter was shot twice In the stomach and fatally wounded by his son Belton Baxter who escaped They came here from IllinoisaWoman Drowns Herself Paducah Ky July 7Mrs J R Coats aged 29 years committed suiI cide by jumping off some barges Into the Ohio river here TbeUnltedStates lead all countries as a consumer of coffe- eStartling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity la ionBtantly cominp in declaring Dr lines Nev Discovery for Consumption Concha and Colds to be unequaled A recent expicssion front T McFarland Bentorville Va servos as ex ample HB wtites I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all tllf time without bfline benefited Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery and a few bottles wholly cured me Equally effective in curing all Lung and Throat troubles Conaump lion Pneumonia and Grip Guaranteed by RO Stockton drumrist Trial bottles free regular sizes tAle and I1m Four handepnie well located lots 50 x ISO feet clieap eli installment clan Also two lots in a stoneV throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply to TAP Evans State Hank Trust Co Big WHEN IN CINCINNATI GOTUTME ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN JLAKGEST ANIMAL COL LECTION IN AMKKICA MtHRT GO POUND PONrTIACKANDOTBEa AMUSEMENT BAND CONCERTS DAILY AfTtilROOSr AND EVEH1KG SifKMU JtiXf 70 UMC 7AITIES c e wyt e r i1 Graceful women A Desire for a Pirtiet Flfni U InupuaMi from a Love ol the Seautltil The scent of the violet or rose Is M precious as the lovely flowers whose breath they are and while the live of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent bleSsing The soft fragrance purityhealtitandelegance RoodtasteB RAD FitLDS Regulatorinpermits of no wrinkles pale cheeks or ItisNaturesgoodbutrtsultTryOur treatise on Woman mailed free THE BR1DFIELD IEGULATOR COATUKTXU u A BOMBARDMENT The Russian Vladivostok Squadron Threw 200 Shells Into Settlement at GenSan A SMALL SCHOONER WAS SUNK Reports Reached Vladivostok That a Russian force Attacked Japs at GenSan Inflicting Losses Reports of the Capture of Forts srf Port Arthur Do Not Agree With Information Received at Russian War Office ToWo July LThe Russian Vladli vostok squadron accompanied by torpedo boats appeared off Gr i San on the east coast of Korea Thursday Torpedo boats entered GenSan harbo at 530 In the morning shillcd the set tlement and sunk a small schonner The torpedo boats left the harbor at 720 A total of 200 shells was fired Into the settlement but no serious damage resulted The Russian vessels which took part in the bombardment of GenSan were the cruisers Rossla Gromoboi and Ru rlk and nine torpedo boats Later reports show the vessels uhen they left GenSan steamed to the north They were seen however to return from this direction They wero lost sIght of at 1030 in the morning St Petersburg July 1 Although nothing has been received 1y he ad Adm Vladf1vostoksition to doubt the correctness of the news St Petersburg July 1 Telegrama from Toklo relating the rapture of forts forming part of the defenses ot Port Arthur do not agree with Infor mation received at the war clUe nor with the report of Gen Stoessel which indicate that the siege operations are proceeding very slowly Heavy guns have not been brought in range of the works at Port Arthur Vladivostok July 1Reports from the Russian detachments operating in Northern Korea have Just been received Couriers bringing them were oleI layed by the bad roads The dis patches show that a Russian force reached GenSan June 5 and engaged the Japanese inflicting Josses Gen San was then held by 1200 Japanese Infantry with artillery and 400 Korean soldiers The Korean soldiers are ill disposed towards the Japanese Two thousand Japanese Infantry with artil lery are quartered at Seoul where there are many hospitals and enor mona stores of provisions and muni tions Toklo July LA report received from Gen Oku says that after the fighting at Tellssu Vafangow on June 15 he buried 1854 Russians The trophies taken by the Japanese at this engagement consisted of 16 guns 46 wagons 958 rifles and other thingISOUTH CAROLINA A Negro Murderer Taken From Train and Hanged By a Mob 14 Charleston S C July Lcalro Wil liams the Negro who killed Thurston p McGee white at Scranton In wn JIamsburg county last February was taken from the Atlantic Coast Line train at Scranton Thursday evening and lynched by a mob Williams narrowly escaped lynching immediately after the killing and was spirited ot- to the penitentiary In Columbia for safekeeping and the mob was greatly enraged thereat Last Monday Wil liams was brought from Columbia to Klngstroe the county seat for trial The result was a mistrial and the slier iff thought It safe to send him bad to Columbia for safekeeping Bulgarian Atrocities a Constantinople July 1 According to a report received here from Berres European Turkey a Bulgarian band In the village of DJIgorovo murdered a Greek actable burned his family alive and disemboweled two of his neigh borsIWent to Their New Summer Home Worth Sandwich N K Jnly 14 Mrs Grover Cleveland and herchll dren arrived at their new summer here Thursday night Mrs YiIOlevelands To Reduce xpensee Susquehanna Pa July Llo re duce expenses the ErIe Railroad Co Thursday closed Its extensive locomo tive shops in this place until JUlYS The other shops on the entire syvtaB iare also closed for same period Fatally Wounded By a Burglar rowit Fells la July LAs a resaft ef a burglars raid Thursday mormlic Her C H Main recently mrrle will probably die rie grappled with a few glar and was shot through tH IMss tines The burglars escaped Q Working Force D eijMW Philadelphia July 1 ljfc wecki force of the Pennsylvania rallros ofwatinjr department b k MereM 4 11 per cent and till other 4i partmentB have undergone a tr par esti reduction A Farwiw AaeclMt Twtarkana Arfc July L SMBBn t teir i farmer and cattleaaa living we miles north of Texarkam wu jhot Md ftlEtoit iaetattly ktfyi4 u he I toy iVwjT In bed at i bdodE Stora day ntornln j a r 1rL t ft t CONVENTION ENDS Prohibitionists Nominated Silasj C Swallow of Pennsylvania Their Standard Bearer iW CARROLL VICE PRESIDENT Owiagr to Bad Health of Mrs SwnlltW the Presidential Nominee May Decline the Honor tae Geru Miles PutAn End to a Movement OtNomhinte Him By Sending a TeJ ira Asking That Name Be Withdrawn HIsI Indianapolis lad July fhlbltlon party In national convention Thursday nominated Sllaa C Swal low of Pennsylvania tor president and George W Carroll or Texas or vice president The platform was adopted without argument after a long deadlock in the resolutions committee Jt was dejcrlb ed by L H Amos of Oregon secretary of the committee as the broadest platform ever placed before the people by the party In addition to the planks on the liquor question It de dares the party to be In favor of International arbitration a suffrage law based on mental and moral qualifications uniform laws for the country and dependencies popular election of senators civil service extension and the Initiative and referendum The trust question was recognized by a demand for a rigid application of the principles of Justice to all organize tlons of capital and labor A reform of divorce laws Is demanded and polygamy denounced Gen Miles put an end to tho move ment to nominate him for president bY sending to John G Woolley atelegram from New York which reached him shortly after noon that his name not be presentod This was considered final and the movement to Mr Swallow was unanimous no other name being considered Over 16000 was raised by subscription pledges from the floor of the con yention which with 11000 In tho treasury will be the nucleus of the campaign fund National Chairman Stewart and Na tlonal Secretary Tate were reelected The prohibition editors organized for the campaign by electing Edward Clark of Indianapolis president The convention program closed Thursday night with a mass meeMng at which addresses were made 6y National Chairman Stewart John G Woolley and others Several hundred of the delegates left Thursday night for StLouis to visit the exposition Harrisburg Pa July 1Ilie Patriot Friday says Dr Silas C Swallow may decline the nomination after all Thursday evening In response to a congratulatory telegram he sent the following to Chairman Stewart Harrisburg Pa June lOHon OIl ver W Stewart Prohibition National Convention Indianapolis IndIf hon or referred to in your dispatch Implies duties requiring my absence from home while I highly appreciate any honor or duty the grandest party of the age can give me yet unless Mrs Swallows health greatly improves I would be compelled to decline S C LSwallow DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION f Some of the Western Delegates Have Arrived In St Louis S St Louis July ISome western delegates to the democratic national convention arrived Thursday but aside from their Individual Opinions they had no knowledge of what was going to be done when the democratic national convention meets next week Everything seems to await the arrival of the leaders when itiexpegted that there will be the usual life antedating an Interest In national convention Senator Fred T Dubois of Idaho came Thursday evening and when ask ed what he thought of the presidential outlook said ho saw nothing but Par her Who will they nominate aftfcr thejj have beaten Parker he asked Would It be Cleveland hocon tinued Why there Is more than a third of the convention that will stay here until the election before allowing the nomination of Cleveland An at tempt to nominate Cleveland will throw the convention Into the hands of Bryan The cdnventlon will nomi nate Parker because they have no other man to nominate Resigned the Chairmanship Washington July 1 ExSenator MarWn Butler of North Carolina announced his resignation as chairman of tho executive committee of tho peoples party and designated the vice chairman to act In hIs stead Populists Select Delegates Des Moines In July ITho state populist Convention met here and elected 21 delegates to tho national convention at Springfield IlL instructed to vote for exCongressman Weller for vice president Present For Attorney General Knox Washington July 1 Solicitor Gen eral Hoyt In behalf of the official and clerical force of the department of Justice presented a beautiful librarY clock to Attorney General Knox who recently resigned Socialists Nominate a State Ticket Grand Rapids N D July IThesocialist party nominated a full state ticket at the convention In Valley City J I Bra Jging Pais 2825 St CHICAGO ILL Oct 2f 1902 I sufferedwith falling and con gestion of the womb with severe j pains through the groias fered at the tune of men- struationi had blinding headache and rushing of to the brain What to try I knew not for jt seemed that I had tri d all and failed but I had never raried Wine of Cardui that blessedtlremedy for 4 sick women I foundit asant to take soon knethatLhad the ritriit taedicine NOw blood seemed to course through my veins 4 and after using bottles I was a well woman i I Jlrt Bush is novr ia perfect health because sheik Vffeb of Cardui for menstrual disorders I bearing down pains sad blinding headaeiic when all otLer remedies J failed tobring her felief Any sufferer way secure b11thbl tak ing Wine of Cardni The first bottle convqlcesthe patient ahe is on For advice in casis requiring EpeCb1 directitpo adlJrea mptonvit The Ladies Adriforyj hattanoogak1edicine LmNEtcl ADIJI 4 1T 0 r1 11kf t 1 V 0 0 1 o8 e t 10 The purchase price of i a cooking range consideredf of I hal residence man means S 1 2 r4PENSIVE marketArbuckle Richmond Great Sacrifice Sale of New L0ThING 25000 worth of Regardless of Cfostcshow Thousands of Ments Suits at worth 58and 20 BOYS at 99c worth 150 and Majesticthe Withw unsurpassed We 999 SUITS 50 cents brings you J We are Sole for Alfred Benjamin COS1 LOUIS X GUS STRAUS For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson- tf Miss Laura S Bright Covington Arnold will pay the highest market cash price for wool 20atf Sunday trains on tho L k A gives you an opportunity to spend the day at Estlll Springs or in tile mountains See notice for schedule and rates R Deatherage pays Inchest price for wool ti Co sell the famous Javecka fertilizer from 1600 to 3000 per ton lBatt GOING TO THE WORLDS F- AIRJat TST LOUIS rUSE TH- EHenderson t Route THE EINE TSJIT IS COMFORTABLE 11 DOUBT RECLINING CHAIR CARS ROUTE FJR KEN TUC KI ANS TO Ask Us About It L j Irwin GPA Geo L TPA Garrett LOUISVILLE KYI Wbe fence jjt j I am agent foftfie celebrated LAMB WIRE FENOBT Those wishing to purahase the best wire1 fence will call on or address tOMyr RkLmondKy- Covingtoi Arnold fc pro vp lwoo They will pay the highest acket price for Jt SOatf I JIti BrV G Q Ferry t WliijjB Hall Ky Hece1eblatedBui1Pl r To the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it ha cost more than The stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightII all the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in tad saved several times during its long life ordinary care The Majestic last a lifetime with little of willIoutlay for repairs NOT EST BUT LEAST fc r Call and see them at our store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is and without an equal on the w a Simmons Sole AgentsaKy e I clothing Young Mens Suits 5 worth 7 8 and 10 BOYS WASH PANTS 5 Cents At this sale every back Agents in Kentucky c FINE CLOTHING the Bro elsewhere the Sliackelford BEYOjVD FREE OFFICIAL JDIONG- lyl wan 1 lR BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr lyrPhone 85 tt Calland see the a r = 5TO jTaorand you can see howe North Star Refrigerator is lined and why it willuse onehalf the ice that it tales to run the s called Refrigerator I IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATEW CORK x J which absorbs all the moisture and make- jit3ooTss Vv- vWe Cf Jf k have t Refrigerators porelain liid- and galvanized lined if DiBShDCkelf rd Coi n t II L rr tWL CRUTCHER G W EVANS JR New Firm 1 AND t A Magnificient ck of Goods C t Everything for the home beautiful v can be found in our store r mg and our will I everybody prIces t SUII L Jr We are at home at Jopltt1S old standon jI w Main street and we guarantee e best 1 andmost polite attention i r J Nw Florence Droptop Sewing Machines j 2530 and 35 Full fall Bearings t give US a call P- J u Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky 3 IlLItcC Taint at the Worlds Fair C iw4I Drake the iilders f the ncittrnjl Palace at St Louis thi largest building in the world write We are using KINLOCH PAINT ua all our work and lind it entirely satisfactory c aldwell Drake are also the build- ert rf the Horticultural Building the I Irish Village four State buiWinfcs 1H1other Worlds Fair structures I j Tf linK over a million dollars t In v arc builders of the new Arkan and West Virginia State Capitol uir l0pOOIX hotel at West Badeu jri 1 r utucrous other public building g Such a linn is particular about the paint it uses theirvprk requires pal llcubr paint specifications demand the best and the most workmanlike labor of skilled artisans When they ueKiKLOCii on all their work and pronounce it satisfactory it it as thoroughly good dependable paint the paint you want on your own home is not a high priced paint although it is a high grade one and itI wears lengcr than any other paint in the market and looks well all the time Made in all the standard colors Our local agent will tell you why you can not afford to use any other paint The price he will quote you will be surprisinglysatisfactory WHEREVER WE HAVE NO AHGNT YOUR OWN DEALER WILL tE T FOR YOU IF SHOWN THIS AD BY WRITING DIRECT TO KINLOCH PAINT ST LOUIS MO THERE IS PO SUBSTITUTE For sale by R S BROWN Kirksville Ky 1r IH IIAyersPiHsI HverITheybiliousness sickheadache I Sold for 60 years ZZi I DYE I LuuaI UL P LULL CGlueU AII B IEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nwoRroLTBo Long distance lines and tolophones or this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kent jcky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed MES T J W HUNTER 19 crna aq z Zz sClOTHE81f5 52 i Z ZT THAT FITThat is the kind we makes We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stkcomplete We can furnish anything is gents furnih js 1 Give us a call we can please you bothwith ods and pri- cesitouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS r nmer at Hot Springs i i r thosowlvo to Ho Springsr Aikannas fortbe benefit of t1lbribe Ij uiuprJsYeBlly tho best tlmc i Her fTtunaie ation bltuplntbf foothills of tho Ozrk nioantains in i t oooljanddeHtlhtful olimate and phsfiioiars nre united in union that the waters are more bonefiobl during the sum season ONE FARE PLUS2 For the l ulld u h Summer JlflEFOJtBObKLErS nastin J iraf it lkCI1i1 f materials entirely stamps KlNlocil KINLOOH COMPANY CAOWE1V if IUireass Acrt 07Ginciimati Ohi For Sale Property advertised under this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Coj Richmond Ky buildingThis cityLot nelghhorhood anyoneImalring andIsLocalityhet nwalbolt withlplOnts oUI1pr countyI1l1e No2No twciSramereeldence one- oflhenlcestresldentetreets ehthtI INO provementsIn ouMmlldlngs1iiondlng 7000- a00acreefn3mlieeof INO contnlnlngfour 5- lilti6 de- sIrinWaice cniHitrnbarrelNoJu 28AJ NoLu iLNo Pricet2OO- Good liiNo NoLz NoUi fulences andgrain outbuildings lotsuitahle neighborhood ootlihtlrtings Noi Non outbuilding Herrodsburg No8 No2 Noa outbuild- Ings No1 contain moniW original residence InRich necessary outbuild fngrX bargain any squares deslrable location anIiital reldis mXeet grazing producnr containing residence containing locality containing butwith Improve bought connection wlthNo8 cottages improved cottaee firstclass condition residence containing resident portion garden necessary S3I business bought cottage orchard thriving village churches convenient residences Richmond contninlng twostory residence necessary residence constructed Inilldlnzs Richmond improved Cotale resident Installment bargain residence purchaser cottage beautiful neeewary Installment residence purchaser residence tattling porches Minuted residence portion necessary residence Anerson capacity covered water- power months uptodate Onehalf Whorrel oiwnty uptodate Southern railroad Florida railroad through leaving 2Mory peaches plums liandrame twostory containing coldwater basement necessary outbuilding location Richmond boarding Mercer abundant residence excellent residence excellent running No schools plums No No No barnix 2storr No No cheap No No No could fenced garden chHsed cIMcrn hemp No anyone thee clsterd Large nicest eight 120x150 paint stories Jfereer Street Sncres oranges grapes county yards tenant large pike32 40x20C good Stable 33 10x150 Price JlOOO mond great found These tood street ban other roentR where street stable liyn 4acre hnnse small Steam Itntler hnnoe SteAm power oranee frame eight under entire house house31 street other about J1600 street house resin good nnyoi FUnsr Close house water barns good 19 InR6 Rich small than frame lies home from conit home sold gain buy town stood town Price Good Good farm Price Farm other Price Four Price each flood Price Nice rooms ctiy yard Price Good land grass crape Price J rooms rood Price 2800 desir Ideal home Price rooms great Will nnint lileal rooms yard rood Price plan rooms city other build lend other grist Build befit yean latter three rr wht Tennis trade mites Also river Price with eaohp pears dwe rooms halls rooms good yard farm pike barn good brick Will grow water Pric on colt will farm bern 2oo well nice well 1000 seven and nice best well nice neces sary nan 1100 Will Will best mill with iron with milt cash fine mill ia1t very tand acre land nears bath with land bam land 7 and Lot less neal Iala will SIM feet 4bx acres end acres and fine acres Can and four room and seven two nnd One feet ing One 2200 and Cnn five and and and coal sd and Imr 5688 and acres Has mill elite hon acres acres and and acres room hon ronm fine 10 five etc II ICy and two and ami acre I1 two feet Tw not bar the Lot for tho pur the for lot sell out and tlte the Ins tlw the Ky room WiO the the inn two hot Bea 2o0 per acre any 2 lot etc acre the new 1ar for 2 all for for lot 200 130 im 100 for can All An nil for Ice lot con All for for No etc all for for all for us etc 8 As tie LU A Q tn A on h be be at A on no be In on in In of all be A of In mI are of In A In A nn nf In on lie on A at on on In or all In nf It is fIn In of or In W 7 in on In to of In on on or or or A in In of tg on 10 65 an as 5 0 a a a a l a a IS S n t l 5 e 6 5 2 I J Rates to Chautauqua Lexington via t A On account of Kentucky Oliautauqna Lexington June 28 to July 8 tho L A railroad will sell round trip tickets from all stations to Lexington June 27 to July 8 inclusive at rate of one and onethird farA plus 25 cents for the round trip Final limit for return July 8 W C Mill Agent WARNING Noone can furnish you with Procter Red Ash Jellico Coal but L tclier LackyCo at this point Whv will vnnnot burn the best Phono 142 j 22 2m PROCTHR OOAI Co TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence I Veare pleased to state that it is on Bale at the tallowing places in Madison county ArVtri Jt Simmons iMirey Hamilton O Pinuel J W Masters I V Whltlock John Burton Roberta J W Tester J W Prewitt L A Wearren C c McWharter Dlckner A Early 11 COT Rchmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Edenton Lick- Wallaceton Here Kirksville kUAA44 EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS PATENTS TRADE MARKS DesiGNsrry cAnyone sending a ketrh and description may ascertain our opinion an invention Is probably tnhl Conirannlcs ILtentsraen agency PatentS taken Unnn t Co receive tptrial notice without charce In the Scientific flittericaH handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest drenlatlon of any edentlfle Vrarnal Terms tJyear four months Sold brail newsdealers YorkBranca KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS gsNlw II FOR CONSUMPTION Cottonburr 50c100 Price I Free Trial Surest and Quickest Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROTTB IiES or MONEY 3AOK JLForaale byR4O stock ton iT- T y j TO PRISON Nancy May Who OIdGlrI Killed a SI tecnYear Hyden Ky July 7The sheriff of Leslie county left for Frankfort Weds nesday with six prisoners sentenced to the penitentiary Most noted among them Is Mrs Ntincy May the young wife of Gen May and who was plven a tenyear term for the murder of 16yearold Alice Smith on election day last November She has two chil dren one only 4 months old It was shown during the trial that jealousy was the motive of the crime The Mays lived on the Beach Fork of the Kentucky river Alice Smith was living at that time with her uncle Josh MosleyUwoanIlea above the May home The two families were on the best of terms rv lThe young girl made frequent TlsIts to the home of Nancy Mayand In turn was visited by the latter At length certain rumorsTeaChed Nancy May according ttr the evidence offered by the defenseIn the trial concerning tho girl and Gen May Mrs May believed that thecouple were planning to run away FILIPINO STUDENTS Debarred From DuPont Manual Train Ing High School 1 IjuIsvllle Ky July 7 Thesejiool board has instructed the high school committee to Inform four Filipino stu dents who applied for admission to the DuPont manual training high school that their color debars them frpm the privileges of the public schools When the request that the Filipino boys be allowed free admittance tP the school was presented to the board Dr R IX Galvln inquired If Filipinos are not Negroes Prof Mark said he had investigated the law as to the separa tion of races In the schools and found that the word colored applied to all except whitp children Negroes In dians and those of the brown races CAPT R P HOBSON He Can Not Keep His Engagement to Lecture at Lexington Lexington Ky July 7It was announced Wednesday night that Capt R P Hobson hero of the Merrlmac who was scheduled to lecture at Chan tau qua Thursday night can not keep his engagement He is a delegate to the democratic convention and elector- at large from Alabama It is said he Is laying fences to nin again for con gress two years hence and to miss this convention his political advisors think would Jeopardize his chances for election to congress Judge Cantrllt Taken Home Owcnton Ky July 7Judge James E Cant rill was taken to his home at Georgetown Ky In an auto Wednes day morning lie is much Improved hut not fully recovered from his para lytle stroke Ills wife anti son Cecil antI Dr W G Birehett accompaled him The auto started here Saturday broke down and had to go back to Lexington for repairs- Aeronaut Injured Lndlow Ky July 7After success fully ascending In a balloon Wednes day night at the Lagoon Frank tirubbs the aeronaut circled around toward Ludlow and then came whir ing down on the top of a building Three of his ribs were broken and his left shoulder was dislocated Killed Little Brother Inez Ky July 6 Leonard 5 son of James Howard was accidentally killed by Tivls his 13yearold brother ThIs attempted to shoot a hawk The pistol failed to fire While investigat- Ing the cause the little fellow stepped In front of the weapon which was dis charged Three Men Fatally Injured Owlngsville Ky July 7On Hurricane creek Pike county while workmen wore erecting a stone bridge a train carrying stone from the quarry left the track bolted down an embank ment and crashed Into the crowd of workmen fatally injuring three of them Beckham For Vice President St Louis July 7At an informal meeting of the Kentucky delegation Wednesday afternoon It was decided to make an active effort to secure the nomination for vice president for Gov Beckham They point to Beckhams remarkable victories in Kentucky Alleged Safe Blower Arrested Covington Ky July 7Frank Jack son an alleged safe blower was locked up In the county bastlle by Federal Marshal Thompson Jackson Is charged with blowing a safe In the post office at Livingston Ky getting about 300 Mrs Robert Tucker Dead Louisville Ky July 7Mrs Robert Tucker wife of Bob Tucker a noted Louisville horseman died at Sheeps head Bay She was born in Wales 32 years ago Her maiden name was Millie Williams Shot By His Son Hopklnsvllle Ky July7At a Jjy nlc in Ball Knob Henry Baxter was shot twice In the stomach and fatally wounded oy his son Belton Baxter who escaped They came here from Illinois Woman Drowns Herself Paducab Ky July 7Mrs J R Coats aged 29 years committed suicide by jumping off some barges into the Ohio river here The United States lead ail countries as a consumer of coffee Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great quantity Is constantly coming in declaring Dr tCings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs mul Colds to te unequaled A recent expression from T llcFnt1laud Bentorville Va serves ample lie writes I had Bronchitis for three yiars and doctored nil tlm time without beinc bnnofiled Then I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured aqIungtion Pneumonia and Grip Ounrau teed by R C Stockton d nutll fit Trial bottles free regular sizes oOcand 1 Ill Four handsome well located lots 60 x ISO feet cheap Installment plan Also two lots in a stones throw of court house fronted on two streets cheap Apply P Evans State Batik Trust Co Blg WHEN IN CINCINNATIGO ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN LARGEST ANIMAL COt LCCTION IN AMERICA MERAYGO ROUND PONY TRACK AND OTHER AMUSEMENT BAND CONCERTS DAILY AFTMSOOJC AND EVENING SPECIAL TrtftS TO IAMB PARTIES Graceful women- A Desire for a Perfect flgnri It InsiptrabU from a ol the Beautiful The scent Of the violet or rose is ai precious as the lovely flowers whose are and while the lives of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to uS as a permanent blessing fragrance purityhealth 1oodtasteB RAD FIELDS Regulatorinpermits of no wrinkles jxile cheeks or tortured nerves and shapeless figures It is Natures remedy The may offer goodbutceived and permanent injury may result Try our Regulator Of alt druggists i Our treatise on Woman mailed free THE BR10FIELO REGULATOR Co ATLANTA U A BOMBARDMENT The Russian Vladivostok Squad ron Threw 2uO Shells Into Settlement at GenSan A SMALL SCHOONER WAS SUNK Reports Beached Vladivostok That a Russian Force Attacked Japs at GenSan Inflicting Losses Reports of the Capture of Forts at Port Arthur Do Not Agree With Information Received at Rus alan War Office ToWo July IThe Russian Vladtt vostok squadron accompanied by tort pedo boats appeared oil GoiSan on the east coast of Konsi Thursday Torpedo boats entered GenSan harbor at 530 In the morning shtlled the set tlement and sunk a small schooner The torpedo boats left the harbor at 720 A total of 200 shells was fired into the settlement but no serious damage resulted The Russian vessels which took part In the bombardment of GenSan were the cruisers Rossla Gromobol and Ru rlk and nine torpeflo boats Later reports show the vessels when they left GenSan steamed to the north They were seen however to return from this direction They were lost Right of at 1030 in the morning St Petersburg July 1 Although nothing has been received by ihe ad from Adm confirm Vladi1tvostok news St Petersburg July LTelegrams from Toklo relating the rppture of forts forming part of the defenses of Port Arthur Ao not agree with Infor matlon received at the war nine nor with the report of Gen Stoessel which Indicate that the siege operations are proceeding very slowly Heavy guns have not been brought In range of the works at Port Arthur Vladivostok July IReports from I the Russian detachments operating in Northern Korea have Just been receiv ed Couriers bringing them were de dlsIreached the Japanese Inflicting losses Gen San was then held by 1200 Japanese Infantry with artillery and 400 Korean- soldiers The Korean soldiers are ill disposed towards the Japanese TiWO thousand Japanese Infantry with artll lery are quartered at Seoul where there are many hospitals and enor mous stores of provisions and muni tions Toklo Jnlr 1A report received theItrophies taken by at engagement consisted of 16 guns 46 wagons 958 rifles and other things SOUTH CAROLINA LYNCHING ItA Negro Murderer Taken From Train and Hanged By a MobI Charleston S C July LCalro Wll for Hams the Negro who killed Thurston O McGee white at Scranton In Wil Hamsburg county last February was taken from the Atlantic Coast Line era train at Scran toa Thursday evening and lynched by aftnob Williams nar rowly escaped lynching immediately dock after the killing and was spirited olt to the penitentiary In Columbia for safekeeping and the mob was greatly GenragedHams was brought from Columbia to Klngstree the county seat for triaL The result was a mistrial and the sher iff thought It safe to send him back to Columbia for Bulgarian safekeepingH Constantinople July to a report received hereLAccordlngIEuropean Turkey a the village of Djlgorovo Greek notable burned his family alive and disemboweled two of his neighbors Went to Their New Summer Home North Sandwich N H July 1 Mm GrOver Cleveland and her chil J dren arrived at their new summer i home here Thursday night Mrs Cleveland said ttfat the date of MrI Clevelands arrival was uncertain ExpensesITo Reduce Susquehanna PaJuly LTo re duce expenses the Erie Railroad i Thursday closed its extensive lOCO mOot 1 five shops in this place until i The other shore en the entire 4 are also closed for same period aurghtrIstt1t a ra yRev 0 H Main recently married will probably die He grappled with a ber glar and was shot through ths imttc tines The burglars escapedJWorking Fere Decga d Philadelphia July 1The working force of the Pennsylvania railroads operating department has been decreased T 11 per cent and all other de fl icentA Farmer Assassinated Texarkana Ark July 1 Sam XaaIleln farmer and cattleman three miles north of Tesarkana was he11ft 1MoI COKYENTfIfA1ENDi Prohibitionists Nominated Silas Swallow of Pennsylvania Their Standard Bearer BW CARROLL VICE PRESIDENT t Owingto Bad Health of Mrs BwalUW the Presidential Nominee May DeelineHhe Honor 5 j tGen Miles Put An End to a Moveit nt to Nominate Him Sendlnga Telegram AaklgThatJHI Name Be withdrawn Indianapolis flnO July ilThe prohibition party In national convention Thursday nominated Silas O Swallow of Pennsylvania for president and George W Carroll of Texas for vice president The platform was adopted without argument after a long deadlock In the resolutions committee It was described by L H Amos of Oregon secretary of the committee as the broadest platform ever placed before the people by the party In addition to the planks on the liquor question it de clares the party to be In favor of In ternational arbitration a suffrage law based on mental and moral qualifications uniform laws for the country and dependencies popular election of senators civil service extension and the Initiative and referendum Time trust question was recognized b 1ademand for a rigid application of the principles of Justice to all organiza tions of capital and labor A reform of divorce laws Is demanded and po lygamy denounced Gen Miles put an end to the movement to nominate him for president by sending to John G Woolley a tele gram from New York which reached him shortly after noon asking that his name not be presented This was considered final and the movement to Mr Swallow was unanimous no other name being considered Over 16000 was raised by subscription pledges from the floor of the convention which with 11000 In tho treasury will bo the nucleus of the campaign fund National Chairman Stewart and Na tlonal Secretary Tate were reelected The prohibition editors organized for the campaign by electing Edward Clark of Indianapolis president The convention program closed Thursday night with a mass meeting at which addresses were made by National Chairman Stewart John G Woolley and others Several hundred of the delegates left Thursday night for St Louis to visit the exposition Harrisburg Pa July Lrhe Patri ot Friday says Dr Silas C Swallow may decline the nomination after all Thursday evening In response to a congratulatory telegram he sent the following to Chairman Stewart Harrisburg Pa June 30Hon Oliver W Stewart Prohibition National Convention Indianapolis IndIf hon or referred to In your dispatch Implies duties requiring my absence from home whllo I highly appreciate any honor or duty the grandest party of the ago can give me yet unless Mrs Swallows health greatly Improves I would be compelled to decline S C Swallow DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION t Some of the Western Delegates Have Arrived In St louls ISf Louis July ISotho western delegates to the democratic national convention arrived Vrhrirsday but aside from their Individual opinions they had no knowledge of what was going to be done when the democratic national convention meets next week Everything seems to await the arrival of the leaderS when It is expected that there will bo the usual life antedating an Interest in national convention Senator FreS T Dubois of Idaho came Thursday evening and when ask ed what he thought of the presidential outlook said he saw nothing but Par kerIWho will they nominate after they have beaten Parker he asked Would It be Cleveland he con tinned Why there Is more than a third of the convention that wilt stay here until the election before allowing the nomination of Cleveland An attempt to nominate Cleveland will throw the convention Into the hands of Bryan e convention will nomi natO Parker because they have no other man to nominate Resigned the Chairmanship Washington July 1 ExSenator Marlon Butler of North Carolina an nounced his resignation as chairman of tho executive committee of the peo ples party and designated the vice chairman to act in his stead Populists Select Delegates es MoInes la July IThe state ulist convention met here and elected 21 delegates to the national convention at Springfield Ill Instructed to vote for exCongressman Weller vice president Present For Attorney General Knox Washington July 1 Solicitor Gen l Hoyt In behalf of thoflcial and clerical force of the department of Justice presented a beautiful library to Attorney General Knox who recently resigned Socialists Nominate a State Ticket rand Rapids N D July LTlte socialist party nominated a full stats ticket at the convention In Valley City a racing Pains 2825 Kecley St CHICAGO ILL Oct5 2 1902 I suffered with falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pains through the groins I suf terribly at the time of men Btruation bad blinding headache andrushing of to the brain What to try I knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine o f Cardu hat blessed rqmedr lot sick women found taj1ce nnd soon knew that I had the right medicine New blood seemed tocoursetfarough my veins and was fterfusing elifren bottles I Mrs Bush Inllw in perfect health because she took Wine of Cardui for menstrual disorders bearingdown pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her homers The first bottle convinces tha patient she is on the road to health or advice in cases requiring special d ire tins I eymptOgs The Ladies difory Department The Chatahoea Medicine Chattanoo- gFiMNEcRDUi I r 1iii1 J4 ri c i O II1 Iilff s 4 The purchase price of a cooking range i For the modestshould be considered home or pala least of all by a family off Qhal residence small moans convince unsurpassed Arbuckle Simmons AgentsRichmond Great Sacrifice Sale of New QLOTHING f 25000 worth of clothing f Regardless of eostshow Thousands Ments Suits at 999 worth 15 and BOYS SUITS tt99c worthJ 150 and 2 this every 50 cents brings you back H2 Sole Agents in Kentucky for Alfred Benjamin FINE LOUtS X GUS STRAUS For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf Miss Laura K Bright Covlnplon Arnold Bro will pay tho highest market cash price for wool 20atf Sunday trains on the L Jc A gives you an opportunity to spend the day at Estill Springs or in the mountains See notice elsewhere for schedule and 1 rates R Deatheragu pays the highest price for wool tf Sliackelforti Co sell the famous Javecka fertilizer from 1600 to f3600 per ton 13atf GOING TO TIlE WORLDS FAIR r 3 t 7ST LOUIS usE TH- EHendersortRoute THE LINE THAT IS COMFORTABLE BEYOWD A DOUBT FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS OFFICIAL ROUTE FOR KEN TUG KTANS T O Ask Us About It IL iGPA Irwiu Geo L Garrett T PA LOUISVILLE KYI Wb lence ir I am a6nt lot the celebrated AMB WIRE FENCED Those wiehiniKto purchase Jwito fence will call on or address T S DTOG ayl lCllyf RicbinondKy IC vingtott5JLfl1lIdc Pro wan wool TiseywiIl pay the highest market price ori 0atf II Mi itMote P rnl f Whita Hill Ky ssfisiipa the cpeorato 1DrGG Q41IUl Iil sly tt a r 4t IIt To the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it had cost more than The MaJesticthe stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightaII the heat properly distributed it wilt pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Malestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX v PENSIVE I i Call and see them at our store and we will you in a moment that The Majestic is a and without an equal en the market e 0 a Sole Ky I We of J8 20 Young Mens Suits 5 worth 7 8 and JO B0YS WASH- PANTS 5 Cen4ts At sale J We are Cos CLOTHING I C l B1 BlANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lithe Cement Pla t Hair t Ere j Corner Main and B Streets a30lyrPhone 85 4 Calland see the I i 50 11Tt TaOT and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is lined and why it will use onehalf the ice that it taLes to run the s called Refrigerator I 1 tori 4 aIT IS LINED WttI 4 l J GRAN UUTEWt- CORK 4fY J 7j which absorbs all the moisture and makes itsYi ecYAs at 1kx 1N ti 7V have these RefrigtttsR 1kcd and galvanized lied Pi rffi ff i J lDBShuckelfordCu u i i- w i 5 ff f fiilc- j 2r t L VSfv ftif jY Jk and and youwnf3J3 easy riding vehicles i3oTRIeHMONDPHONE 232 1tnna TQT Frasa Bros MAIN 8TBEET PRONE 16- 5FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can T he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1904 On account of the tent meeting there was no band concert Friday night J B Haggin has agreed to provithM 2000000 for a net work of radiating from Lexington Procter Red Ash Jelllco Coals Special prices during June and July Letcher Lackey Co Agts Phone 142 PROCTER COAL CoI je222mIIn a collision between two trainso at Midvale N J cdeathjuredeFor Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street SOatf We purchased our vehicles to sellC and it you will onlycall and get bofmer tf S L Midkiff Propb TypographicalUnipn No 10 Tuet day called oil the strike of job printers which has been on in Louisville for the past thirteen weeks and decided to allow union men to work in open shops Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are felling vehicles at the lowest possible prices of Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiff PropII gibeenLadles Missionary Societies ot the fates Creek Association to till the vacancy u caused by the resignation of Mrs H T Daniel Mitchells Monarch Carnival Comh tepanyknown organizations of the kind willII evfurnishFair September 12 to 17 inclnsivesl The funeral services of Mrs Fount Wiukler and son Charlie who died is some weeks ago Viii be preached next Sunday morning at eleven oclock at the Kavanaugh church by Rev J W for Crates tIDalnfLittle John Farris who underwent a bloodless operation at the Pattie A Clav Infirmary last week is reported to be doing nicely The operation was for dislocated hip and was performed 4haswork His operation on the little De jarnette child some time ago is a com photo success the little fellow now be ing able to run and play as well as any child This bloodless surgery or LorenzL method is wonderful as also cures it effects = I rrto You Want to Driye In a stylisheltgant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout thoroughly are you satisfied withyour laundryZ For M N Laundry iomce Rice kArnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargIYOUr city taxes are now c due Please call and settl- eTCONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building Working Night and Day thinltthatweaknessintobralnfag into mental power Theyre healthOnlyton 1m SpecUI Price The Racket Store is offering some Jtspecial prices on buckets and fruit jars and now that preserving time is at jhand this will interest all housekeep ers Prices quoted are 6 quart cov tin buckets only 10 cents 1 quart J ItaquartA Fine Specimen4IIi JMrahide of 4 Jinearre very numerous there and their chief is in attacking the herds of attle It is possessed of four teeth bout 1J inches long and would no doubt be a most dangerous looking animal alive To Teachers and Book Dealers Atthe last General Assembly an act was passed providing for a uniter stem of text books to be used in the ommon Schools of Kentucky and in this connection we have been informed y Superintendent Walters that there ill be no changes made in the text ooks to be used in the public schools of Madison county for the present school term owing to the fact that the new books cannot possibly be secured before September when the present school term will be more than hi over Erfarilte School One Of the prides of the little village Kirksville has been Its splendid school life Years ago under the able management of Professor Milton Elliott there existed no better school roe rls and boys ia the State than right at Kirksville Since that time different instances have come and gone ntilnowtiieschool is in the hands of Professor G P Simmons who is keep ing It up to the splendid standard that as always characterized it Last years rm was a most successful one and in ag arked by unusual improvement ery branch Professor Simmons is a lendid scholar and a cultured Chris an gentleman whose interest in ITo life work ig a marked feature assisted by a corps of able teachers The next term will begin September 5 and the prospects are very flatted even a better year than ever before Parents can do no better than to send eir children to this school Mrs lulo Hunan Eap Has taken a home during the Fair at 310 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends ocation convenient for both Fair and City S BlATjSomething to is affrays interestingsubjectesp cially When f you know where to find such Wch ve everything t in season Ill the grocery line Green Vegetablest hall kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candiest itt fact everytiming that can be found in a firsts Jclass grocery We call special attention to our line Jof SEEDS We handle an kinds of JI FIELD AND P GARDEN r p J t 0 GIVE US A CALL Harbor Hogoely Iir 1 01 c Successors to E Deatherage Co 4k- q q I 1UT t = a I 0 tS d I- rl u r t ttt1t tt rt ILTSRight here in our stock Ufl find thingsof2 you up 1 a i f1i COOL SUITS 4srl oolCrashat prices that make it true economy to wear them instead of your heavier and more costly suits 200 300 500 800 1000 and 1250 I Straw Hats Reduced In order to reduce stock Straw Hats have been cut to the veryIpb pricesCome6 4 Negligee shirts An inviting display of the newest patterns in light cool Shirts in the widest variety of beautiful lors and styles i SOC 1 150 i tttttmJlUt a Mctnre of Yea We are in receipt of the above titled song which is just out composed by Al Trahan and Lee Orean Smith It is a highclassed sentimental ballad with an esplcially beautiful re rain It is sure to please all musu lovers A copy of this new song has been sent out to every music seller in the United States and Canada so that there will be no trouble to obtain a copy of it by SpiderhMr James H McCoy L A carpenter crew was badly bitten br a spider while at work In his garden His arm on whirh the bite was received swelled immediately and great knots formed all over his body from the poisonous bite Several phy sicians were called in and it required ocme time of constant working to reo lieve him He has about recovered now Ked Mens FairTThe Red Mens Fair and Carnival will be held during the week of Sep tember 12 and will continue to the 17 This promises to be a gala occasion as nothing is being left nndone which will make the fair a success One of the best carnival companies on the toad has been engaged and there will be every attraction usually found at a firstclass street fair Remember the date September 12 to 17 Rcdpc tor KJulnf Tc one piece of dark piazza add a lit tie moonlight take for quantities two people Press into two strong ones a small soft hand Sift slightly two ounces ot attraction one of romance add a large measure of folly stir in a floating ruffle and one or two whispers Dissolve a half dozen glances in a well of silence lust a small quantity of hes jtatlon one ounce of resistance two of yielding a kiss on a flushed cheek or two on two lips flavor with a slight scream and set aside to cool This will succeed in any climate it directions are fully followed Hurt bflhe Cars Tuesday afternoon while in the act of boarding an electric car returning from Woollnnd Park where she had boen attending ChautauQua Mrs Lavinia Eatill Cunningham wife of Col John nnniiiigbam a prominent resident of near ParisBourbon county was thrown from the car sustaining painful Injuries about the head and shoulders Dr L J Frazee was snmmonedand attended her injuries She is confined to heed r b Mrs Cunningham is a sister of Wallace Estill and she has for years been an attendant at the Chautauqua Lexington Leader Union Tent Meetbir Much interest is being manifested Ii Iathe union tent meeting now in progress The stores are being closed each evening except Saturday at 730 oclock on ae- cunt of these meetings The various pastors of the city are conducting the services while the singing under the leadership of Prof W 0 Gamble is an important feature Prof Gamble pos sessea a tine voice and the duets by himself Mid wife are especially enjoyed These meltings are ot great importance and act every phaze of life We ru8ttbattheywhtldo uutold good in oar community Saturday tightcConsiderable excitement was caused on lat Saturday by a fight between Dick Shearer and Mfnaie Parks both r colored The woman wa atrack the head with a rocK thrown from emI haada of Shearer who saped the officers for anhoilrorlR9re He tool r befugestreet Iud wHeti lean ithee took 4ight d tried to hllen th8 eej- tbetweesm the potetorpwR in the g dardenqmlzttbepottsofMmo4tt rett hhfId Hieeci- SNIl Moo4 Jd- s4 BkJj S 1 1I v Round Trip to Uab Orchard 125 The L N R R has put on a special rate of only 125 for round trip tickets from Richmond to Crab Orchard going Saturday and returning Monday good going on morning or evening train Saturday thus allowing more than two days at the famous old resort with Joe B Willis and wife The regular fare U 109 each way On all other days round trip tickets will be S2 good until September Set advertisement for par ticulan Big ball on July 15th with Saxtons famous band KlrksTille fair Next Friday July 15 will mark the beginning of the Kirksville Fair which will continue for two days The occa s ion is an important feature of summer life in Madison county and is always attended by large crowds The fair this ypar promises to surpass any of the former ones One special stake of is offered by the State Bank rust Company fir saddle horses and its expected that horses from allover the State will compete in this ring ag the premium is the largest offered by any country fair in Kentucky It goes without saying that the crowds will be well fed for good eating and true hospitality are typical of the Kirks ville people Remember the date Fri day and Saturday July 15 and 10 SftCRIFICE S A L E THURSDAY JUNE 30 Andevery Thursday in July All Gpods at Greatly Reduced Prices B W TURNER 13a4m A BeaoUfnl Laity Mils Austin Lilly at home Monday evening July llth from 5 to 7 1898 1901 In response to the above invitation a large crowd of little friends assembled t the home of Mr and Mrs Grant Ei Ully on West Main street to do honors to the little hostess who was celebrating hereigbt anniversary The large yard is well adapted for such an occasion and It presented a happy appearance with the little ones flitting here and there like so many faries The usual childhood games were enjoyed as were also elegant refreshments In the twilight the guests departed wishing their fair young hostess many returns of the same happy occasions Tudor m Bad Much has been in the papers recently concerning Samuel Tudor and now as a climax to all of his troubles comes the news that he is to be tried on se zoas uhaigea in the Clrcwic Court and that a motion will be made to hive his stricken from this list of attorneys who are entitled to practice in the Fay ette County Courts Mr Tudor ha- heeNbefor the court several times on Dt ciitrge8tiifd he upon one Ci two OCCWHOIW been plaeed in jnil Ii- i1iisht trouliJe iBfofwirtioa ties 1Ikldtotheeffeetthat he employed qwiatioMble method to ojlct dOt Mr TadorbM rfu rf to iikata- rD bet sseuj bq pie tiLiVId7 IJr r i Ordinance Be it ordained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that the property owners on Letcher Avenue namely J Tevis Cobb and John Azbill construct ia pavement and curbing in front of their property Witness our band this July 11 1901 D R Tevis Mayor Attest Fly H White Clerk An Attracttyc Window For several days last week passersby were attracted to the show window oi Mr 0 B Shack Jrord in which was exhibited a North Star Refrigerator In order to show the splendid build the unusually heavy cork packing the ice box etc the back of the refrigerator which was of glass was turned to the street All kinds of tempting eat able in the way of fruit melons roast of beef beer pickles olives etc were so arranged on the shelves and presented a most appetizing appearance One end the main feature was the preser vation of ice for a period of several days even when exposed to the morn lug sun The contents of the refrigerator were of icy coldness and in every particular the North Star is a prizewinner Mr Shackelford who is one Richmonds most up todate merchants and citizens is to be congratulated upon his progressive ideas and for hav ing tempted the passtrsby with such a dilicious looking window DEATHfe McCiiKSNEY News has been received ed here of the death of Mrs McChesney at her home in St Louis Deceased was the wife of the Superintendent of the piseenger department of the L N railroad in that city and was before her marriage a Mies Varileld of Lexington Ky She was a tinier of Mrs Samuel Uernett near town HAGAJ Mrs Nancy Hagan died last Thursday at her home seven mile from town aged 68 years Deceased who was a most buloved woman had been a member of them AI E Church t South ince she was thirteen years old She had lived the lifo of a true Christian rnd was in every sense a splendid preacbedSaturdayW Crates after which her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery She is survived by live children one of whom is Mr J Sam Hagan of this city who have the sympathy of all in thoir lossbutit is a comfort to the bereaved ones to know that they were the children of such a mother and to know that she is now happy in the Heayenly Land MATRIMONIAL- WELCIIFLETCHEH Mr Cliff Welch- of Clark county and Miss Taletha Fletcher of Bed House this county were married on last Wednesday at the residence of Rev U W Shepherd who performed the ceremony SioNgHAIIRI5Thme culmination ofthappy courtship was the marriage of Mr H Clay Stone of Lexington to Miss Olliu A Harris of thiscity which was quietly performed on last Wednes day at noon at the home of the brides parents on HaJli Irvine street Rev Hugh McLellan performing the cere mony The bride avery hand seconddal1Jhterand is quite popular with all who know her Mr Storms is a young man of striking appearance and is a popular rave lug salesman for the Conroy Company of Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Stone to whom the CUUAX ex ends heartitst congratulations left itnin dialfllyalter the L mony forth uroomTd home at Lexington The LexiiiKtou Loader tins the following to say ot the wedding The marriage of Mr H Ulay Stone of thin city to Miss Ohio Harris was quietly celebrated today at no uqh of the bride in Richmond Ky This afternoon the tidal couple Mme to Lexington and jre the gtieetKif Mr Charle Bales OB London avewa who will eii certain with a fatnlly dinner in their honor thk eveoinff Mr Stone is the brother of Mrs Bales and tomorrow lie and Hie bride will 90 to the home of lila rwtt Mr sad Mr J E Stone In Arlington sad specd a few days before Ufti Gui oa trip He iv a HltMlhar USW4IDg an raprOUliDe 4bWjWkhAt liS a I Eti ltl na4i cv I 4 LIGHT COATS Largecollection12 250 3 4 and 5 Fine Assortment of White Vests I Thin PantsYoull not pant these hot days if you wear our cool pants The orHomespun50 cts to 400 Summer ShoesHLighest and softest ViciKid Via Calf Patent Kid and Colt skin in both Low Cuts andShoes of regular height Largest stock in Madison county to select from 150 AND UPExtra Soft Plow Shoes J25 I COVINGTON AND BANKS tt 1Ifflitten The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 J904 JAS T BARRETT Prin Richmond Ky To the Democracy of Madison County Some weeks since I announced my candidacy for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party After advising with many friends and being urged by many members of my party I feel it my duty to offer my ser vices to my county feeling confident should my party give me the nomina tin and I should be finally elected I could be of benefit to the entire people The fact that my opponent seems to think that only the emolument of the office is in questisn and that I am try lug to take from him what he says has been customary with his predecessors irakesit incumbent on me to explain in 9 general way some matters that are or should be of interest to all of our c iZQns In the first place it has not been CUB t mary to elect County Judges in Mad inon county to succeed themselves When time present Judges term of office e pires he will have acted as CUUlltI Jiilge longer than any of his predecen SIr for the past forty years save two In the eecond place nearly tint comes before a County Judge inIvives to a certain degree a legal sition and the incumbent should have sulTicieut Irjrai training so contended bv those who wish to run not to require at nil times a legal adviser if ha expects to give like en- drllatisracl ienIIn the mighty of alIt is the manner in which r our economic and fiscal affairs are now i and have been conducted for several years The pastIof working the turnpikes of the county r lclio1acyIrilely wrong If the Democracy of county believe it to be the proper sysU tem then I should not be the nominee of the party Il am certain that the present system Is the direct cause of the large indebted ness of Madl on county and it conI tinned the present bonded indebtedness ofj the county will remain asa heritage to the children of this generation 1 ij ei and do frankly say that it was with I- eat hesitancy that I determined to n ntii for this IImCe I realize time labaj riius duties oC the office if oitl efficiently performed I know however that the people of my county ana entitled to better service in this rr o1ce than it is possible lor niyoppo neut torenlr We each have a record of public ser VKSJi and our records are public prop c y and an bave a tight to discuss thulnand thSYRI evidences of oar I iipllOOpirty believe hiM ay conduct of public afjalrs 011 ta of macb greater beaefit imiurt COIl tf hail that of toy oppo n jif I thiii it wetiW be geiwotM in fi In t oMjfhlm 1m Mid Ileoss wire srg d m a lo ij rfu are thontly Md to anyi- smnmber 1 tb hoaIc bin- eted Msa aoltrt dit1y as cr ofit j c I has to be allowed by said court I be lieve it to be illegal and wrong for the members of the Fiscal Court to draw publictreasuryturnpikes in their respective districts- I am opposed to a sinking fund commissioner and I would abolish that office if in my power so to do and if unable to abolish the office I would urge the commissioner to invest all moneys that might come to his hands in retiring Madison county bonds The foregoing errors as I see them in the management of our county affairs I hope to correct it nominated and eected Their continuance I believe will bo a fargreaterburden to the people every year than the salary of a County Judge for an entire term But forthe relief I hope and believe I can and will bring to the taxpayers of my county I would not be a candidate JOHN C CHEXATJLT Council Proceedings The regular monthly meeting of the City Council met on last Thursday evening with the Mayor and all the Councilmen except Mr Arnold present The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted as well as the reports ot the Chief of Police Police Judge Street Commissioner and City Clerk all of which were reterred to the Finance Committee The different committees then reported first of which was made by Mr Miller who said that investigation had found expectdamaJ8scaused by fumigating his property The Street Committee reported next that the new thoroughfare to be known as Madison street is nearing comple rii f Y TII Y 0 tion and will soon be ready for traveling Mr Shackelford was authorized to settle with the contractors for same MrL P Evans was given permission to erect a cottage on Glyndon Avenue as also was Mr Joe Collins to build a stabl in the rear of his property on Third and Water streets Mr R J McKee appeared before the Council and asked that the crossing on Main street from Wines drug store to the McKee corner Be improved which matter was turned over to the Street Committee to lay a pavement in front of their property on Letcher Avenue A request was made for a crossing on Steep street which was referred to the Street Com mitteeAs result of various complaints concerning the water trough on Fifth and North streets the matter was placed in the hands of the Chief of Po lice and his deputies Mrs Sid Wink lor was given 10 for nursing a city patient- A motion was made whereby the present City Hall property shall be ad vertised for sale in order to seecure funds to build a new City Hall and other property on the corner of Irvine and First streets And a committee composed of Messrs Bales Miller and Arnold was appointed to look into that matt Messrs Uybee Miller and Maupin were adthorized to look into the con dition of the pavements on East Main streetBronston Brothers who applied for saloon license were granted same with Jake and John Bronston H H Colyer and D R Shackelford on tbeir bond r y ri t Yh Th Other saloon bonds were read as fol lows E B Barnes E G Lohrisch and A J Ross A R Harris P B Broaddus Irvine White and E G Lohrisch Dave Powers K J McKee and H R Tevis H G Creekmore D M Chenault and WM Gibson Jones Barney Kelley John Sexton R E Turley and J E Greenleaf Joe Randolph J II Powell and A S Gott The Mayor reported that the Street Commissioner was becoming too extrav agant as to his force of workmen etc Who shall report at the next regular meetingCity Assessor Trim Deatherage reported his work finished and he was ordered paid Other work before the Council was private The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee Water Light Co 649 00 Water Light Co 1100 00 CH Vaught 1200 J 8 Stanifer 4 00 Bolton Moores 28 30 D B Shackelford 6 30 D B ShackeUord 29 85 Fire Department 4 00 Jim Potts 4 00 Letcher Lackey Co 2 10 Kentucky Register 4 40 Lyman Parrish 10 00 J C Lackey 65 15 Climax Printing Co 10 00 Electiic Co 613 13 M M Hamilton 1 4u Perry Thomas 19 10 Transylvania Printing Co 5 50 Telephone Co 4 00 I Tevis Cobb 75 00 Iii D t3 t3 JEI El i3- I t D tl EI El El El 1JIJ l a MON JULY SftLE aNevely in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such I tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond andvicinity This sale means that our stock must b- eReducedT at Once FI8 p It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandise It means i j that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you should at tend this sale every days No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought IEI1J B stock J pill Cut to the Quick in Prices j Fl iIc r 1t JJilliB GSMEiilii lJ Ut GOODS NOTISPSU1T1JI itIiii- I LLJIIiJA11 requiringMr BarneyKelly placedin TER IDRY Purses 6fdWhite Goods Lawns Suitings Ginghams Swnmd Corsets Bab L c Caps Fans Bonnets SfficGfeyes Handkerchiefs Ribbons Si1krdine Shirt Waist Suitings Geats Underweaii l cLIIf r1I JrTIf r1r r T2J rF 0 Trr r h r T1PW 1 I Tli r r I i Q if t ij and and I enjoy Then you want one of our easy riding vehicles hC eaTTt1 PHONE 232 C 3 1w r nnXXVS iT Q1 Frasa Bro MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 3FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas a1 20c a The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JULY 13 1904 On account othe tent meeting there was no band concert Friday night J B Haggin has agreedio provide 2000000 for a net work of trolley lines radiating from Lexington Procter Red Ash Jellico Coals Special prices during June and July Letcher Lackey Co Agte Phone 142 PROCTER COAL Co je222m In a collision between two trains at Midvale N J twenty people met death while a hundred others were in jured For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage and all kinds of toilet req uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Piggs grocery on Main street SOatf We purcnased our vehicles to sell and it you will only call and get prices we will prove this assertion and make of you an and custo mer tf So L Midkiff Prop Typographical Union No 10 Tuet day called off the strike of job printers which has been on in Louisville for the past thirteen weeks and decided to allow union men to work in open shops Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S TJ Midkiff Prop Mrs C H Larkof Speedwell has been appointed VicePresident of the Ladles Missionary Societies of the Tates Creek Association to fill the va cancy caused by the resignation of Mrs H T Daniel Mitchells Monarch Carnival Com pany one of the best and most widely known organizations of the kind will furnish attractions at the Red Mens Fair September 12 to 17 inclusive The funeral services of Mrs Fount Winkler and son Charlie who died some weeks ago vill be preached next Sunday morning at eleven oclock at the Kavanaugh church by Rev J W Crates Dolnj Nicely Little John Farris who underwent a bloodless operation at the Puttie A Clav Infirmary last week is reported to bfl doing nicely The operation was for dislocated hip and was pcrformei by Or E O Vance of this rity who has been quite successful in thi tine of work His operation on the little De jarnette child some time ago is a com plete success the little fellow now being able to run and play as as any child This bloodless surgery or Lorenz method is wonderful as also all the cures it effects l A Do You Want to Drive In a stylish efegant and handsome Buggy Phaeton Depot Wagon Surrey or Runabout thoroughly comfortably yourself handsome VSDwVs RICHMOND KY Can everlastingfriend well are you satisfiec with you- rundryla Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry rOtncc RIce 8 Arnolds Shoe Store Phon FreeDhargt of Your city taxes are now sue Please call and settl- eTCONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building Working Night and Day The busiest and mightiest little thins that ever was made is Dr Kings New LIfe Pills These pius change weakness nto strength listlesness into energy into mental power wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by R 0 Stock wn 1m Special Prices The Racket Store is offering some pecial prices on buckets and fruit jars and now that preserving time is at mud this will interest all housekeep ers Prices quoted are 6 quart cov- ed tin buckets only 10 cents 1 quart Mason frUIt jars 55e per dozen and 2 quart jars for Coc per dozen 6jltf A Fine Specimen Mr Cabell H Chenault has sent to Mrs W L Crutcherof this city the tide of a Looter woli which be killed tear his ranch in New Mexico They are very numerous there and their chief ccupation is in attacking the herds of cattle It is possessed of four teeth bout 1J inches long and would no doubt bloa most dangerous looking animal alive To Teachers and Book Dealers At the last General Assembly an act- was passed providing for a unitorm ystem of text books tobe used in the Common Schools of Kentucky and in this connection we have been informed hy Superintendent Wagers that there will be no changes made in the textbooks to bo used in the public schools of Madison county for the present school term owing to the fact that the new books cannot possibly be secured before September when the present school term will be more than half over XIIkST1IIC School One of the prides of the little village of Kirks villo has been iU splendid chool life Years ago under the able Management of Professor Milton Eli- ittl there existed no better school for girls and boys in the State than right here at Klrksville Since that time different instances have come and gone until now the school is in the hands Professor G P Simmons who is keep ng it up to the eplendid standard that has always characterized it Last years term was a most successful one and was marked by unusual improvement in very branch Professor Simmons is a splendid scholar and a cultured chris- tian gentleman whose interest in his life work is a marked feature Is assisted by a corps of able teachers The next term will begin September 5 and the prospects are very flattering or even a better year than ever before Parents can do no better than to send heir children to this school is lull Dunn kpj las taken a home during the Fair at i310 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends ocation convenient for both Fair and City rr j Something to EAT oil is always an interesting SUbject espeeial1Y wnen you know where to find such We have everything Ifin season in the grocery line Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies in fact everything that can be found in a first J class grocery We call special attention tQ our line J J of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND GARDENSEEDS GIVE US A Harbor uglleIg1Succ- essorsc to Eo Deatbcraje Co i it o jC 0 1 aJlL J II 4- n t 1 t Je tt t t t tt iLt Right here in our big stock yofcll find anything and everything needed to clothe you in comfort while the sun is sizzling hotplain every clay things of all kinds as well as the finest and swellest toggery to dress you up for Sunday 6 COOL SUITS Ei1 Greatest variety of Linenette Tow Linen Homespun Wool c Crash and Flannel Suits Just the things for midsummer comfort at prices that make it true economy to wear them instead of your 1heavier and more costly suits 200 300 500 800 1000and1250 Straw Hats Reduced In order to reduce stock Straw Hats have be1cut to the very c bottomgreat opportunity for fine Hats at low prIces Come and see t i i Ik Negligee shirts Art inviting display of the newest patterns in light cool Shirt hi the widest variety of beautiful colors and styles SOC 1 150 4 COVINGTON AND BANKS Just a more of You We are in receipt of the above titled song which Is just out composed by Al Trahan and Lee Orean Smith It is a highclassed sentimental ballad i han esplcially beautiful reraln It is sure to please all musu lovers A of this new song basbeen sent out to evelYmUllic seller in the United States and Canada so that there will be no trouble to obtain a copy of it Bitten tr Spider Mr James H McCoy foreman of the L A carpenter crew was badly bit ten by a spider while at work in his garden His arm on which the bite was received swelled immediately and great knots formed all over his body from the poisonous bite Several phy sicians were called in and it required some time of constant working to re lieve him He has about recovered fnow Red Mens Fair The Red Mens Fair and Carnival will be held during the week of Sep tember 12 and will continue to the 17 This promises to be a gala occasion as nothing is being left undone which will make the fair a success One of IIthe best carnival companies on the road has been engaged and there will be every attraction usually found ata firstclass street fair Remember the date September 12 to 17 Recipe ror Kbslne To one piece of dark piazza add a little moonlight take for quantities two people Press into two strong ones a small soft hand Sift slighly two ounces ot attraction one of romance add a large measure of folly stir in a floating ruffle and one or two whispers Dissolve a half dozen glances in a well of silence dust a small quantity of hes = itation one ounce of resistance two of yielding a kiss on a flushed cheek or twp on two lips flavor with a slight scream and set aside to cool This will succeed in any climate Ii directions are fully followed Hurt by the Cars Tuesday afternoon while in the act of boarding an electric car returning from Woodland Park where she had been attending Cbautauqua Mrs Lavinia Eetiii imninKbam wife of Col John JKiiiiigham a prominent resident of near Paris Bourbon countywas thrown from the car BUS tain ing painful injuries about the head and shoulders Dr L J Frazee was summoned and attended her injuries She is confined to her bed Mrs Cunningham is a sister of Wallace Estill and she has for years been an attendant at the Chautauqua Lexington Leader Union Teat Meeting Much interest is being manifested in at the union tent meeting nowin progress The stores are being dosed each evening to except Saturday at 730 oclock on ac count of these meetings The various is pastors of the city are conducting the services while the singing under the leadership of Prof VC Gamble Is an important feature Prof Gamble pOi- se es A fine voice and the duets by himself and wife are especially enjoyed These meetings are ot great importance and affect every phaze of life We trust that they will do untold good in our commuiiity Saturday tight Considerable excitement was caused a on last Saturday by a fight between Dick Shearer and Minnie Parks both colored The woman was struck on the head with a rock thrown from the hands of Shearer who escaped the officers for an hour or more He took refuge in the Moberly yard on Second street and when found there took flight did tried to hide In the deep ridges between the potato rows iattlei gsrdetu At last he was surrounded arid at the points of about four revolves threw tspbf h Bds His trial oeeer red Moirdsy before Jade life wo F k Round Trip to Irab Orchard 125 of only 125 for round trip tickets from Richmond to Crab Orchard going Saturday and returning Monday good going on morning or evening train Saturday thus allowing more than two days at the famous old resort with Joe B Willis and wife The regular fare te 5109 eachsay On all other days round trip tickets will be S3 good until September See advertisement for particular Big ball on July 15th with Saxtons famous band Kiiksvllle fair Next Friday July 15 will mark the beginning of the Kirksville Fair which will continue for two daysv The occasion is an important feature of summer life in Madison county and is always attended by large crowds The fair this ypaF promises to surpass any of the former ones One special stake of 500 is offered by the State Bank Trust Company fir saddle horses and it is expected that horses from all over the State will compete in this ring as the premium is the largest offered by any country fair in Kentucky It goes without saying that the crowds will be well fed for good eating arid true hospitality are typical of the Kirks ville people Remember tbedate Friday and Saturday July 15 and 1G SAflRIFIOEad t SALE the K THURSDAY JUNE 30ui Andevery Thursday in July last All Goods at Greatly Reduced Pricese B W TURNER W 13a4m one in A Beautiful Laity Mitt Austin Wily at home Monday evening July llth from 5 to 7 1886 1901 In response to the above invitation- a large crowd ot little friends assembled the home of Mr and Mrs Grant Ei Lilly on West Main street todo honors the little hostess who was celebrating her eight anniversary The large yard Mr well adapted for such an occasion and it presented a happy appearanced with the little ones Hitting here there like so many faries The usual childhood games were enjoyed as were also elegant refreshments In the S twilight the guests departed wishing a their fair young hostess marry returns of If the same Tudor in Bad Much tins been in the papers recently er concerning Samuel Tudor anti now an climax to nil of his troubles comes Lbs hewn that he is to be tried on se noas charges in the Circuit Court and that a motion will bo made to have his name stricken from the list of attorneys who are entitled to practice in the Fayn ette County Courts Mr Tador been before the court several times on different charges and has upon one or two oec onB been in jell In tll1s last trou9htinforniatloir lisa been IIheflted to errrpkyedt- ueistloflable methods to collect debt Jir radorbrelll itet k at ant1bt raysle will at ths tirieniiaye vlentY tUF 1 riIi K iE h t Ordinance- Be it qrlained by the City Council of Richmond Ky that the property owners on Letcher Avenue namely J Tevis Cobb and John Azbill construct a pavement and curbing in front of their property Witness our hand thus July 11 loot D R Tevis Mayor Attest yW H White Clerk An Attractive Window For several days last week passersby were attracted to the show window of Mr D B Shackelford in which was exhibited a North Star Refrigerator In order to show the splendid build the unusually heavy cork packing the ice box etc the back of the refrigera tor which was of glass was turned to the street All kinds of tempting eat ablo in the way of fruit melons roast of beef beer pickles olives etc were so arranged on the shelves and presented a most appetizing appearance One and the main feature was the preset vation of ice for a period of several days even when exposed to the morn lug sun The contents of the refrigera tor were of icy coldness and in every particular the North Star is a prize winner Mr Shackelford who is one Richmonds most up todate merchants and citizens Js to be congratulated upon his progressive ideas and for having tempted the passersby with such a diliciuus looking window DEATHoffice in McCiiESNEY News has been received been here of the death of Mrs McCheaney her home in St Louis Deceased was in wife of the Superintendent of theor p1ssenger department of the L railroad in Unit city and was before herc marriage a Mica Warfield of Lexington She was a bister of Mrs Samuel ti near townfIflfl HAG AN Mrs Nancy Hagan died Thursday at her home seven miles from town aged 08 Deceased who was a most beloved woman had atbeenSonthsince she was thirteen years old had lived the life of a true Christian Unit nd was in every sense a splendid v woman Her funeral was preached Saturday at her residence by Rev J Crates after which her remains were interred in the Richmond ceme bv tery She Is survived by five childrenrlof whom is Mr J Sam this city who have the sympathy of all h s their loss but it is a comfort to the be eral reaved ones to know that they were miknowHeavenly LandOUIand years f WELCIIFLETCHKB Mr Cliff Welch illFlelcherwere married on last Wednesday at theu residence of Rev li W 8hepherdwho performed the ceremony tem ofSToEHMiRl8Tirehappy courtship was the marriage of I H Clay Stone of Lexington to is Miss Ollie A Harris of tins city which ness tllIlayparents on HallieIrvine street Rev- toHugh McLellan performing the cere wony Thebride who Js a very hand ca ome Joung woman is the second Mr and Mrs A R Harris rinowstriking appearance and is a popular tave lug salesman for the Conroy Specialty Company Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Stone to whom the CLIMAX arc ends heartiest congratulations left Imuidiatoly alter the cnremony for the uroomtt home at Lexington The Lexill ton Loader lisa the following toIsay ot the wedding The marriage Mr H Clay Stone of this city to Miss e Ullie Harris was quietly celebrated to day at noon tt thi of the bride iiirrs Prridaiire the guests IIf Mr and Mrs Charle P Bales on Loudon avenue who will eu lertnln with alamily dinner in their to honor tliis eveuinj Mr Stone is tire brother of MrsRaIMad tomorrow and 5iia bride will po to the home of Mr and MM J 3B tStone tn- AthUJittoDand Wed a few Hays berfowttiwtinKOat wit trip He far- PopaI8rtr n vf w ww for a plO netlt hJiswiI1 wkkhii Il- w h l 7 t l1tpfnriI c LIGHT COP For the short man tall man small man or extra big fellow Large collection to choose from right in quality and price 12 250 3 4 and 5 Fine Assortment of White Vests I Thin Pants Youll not pant these hot days if you wear our cool pants The widest variety for your choosingCamlets Tow Linen Crash or = extra values for your dollars 50 cts to 400 Summer ShoesLighest and softest Vici Kid Vici Calf Patent Kid and Colt skin in both Low Cuts and Shoes of regular height Largest stock in Madison county to select from 15O UPExtra Soft Plow Shoes J 25 no j i TheLNKhasputonaspecilr- ate happyoccasionat MATRIMONIAL- o rund Homespun AND The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 1904 JAS T BARRETT Prin Richmond Ky To the Democracy of Madison County Some weeks since I announced my City candidacy for County nevCoAfterbeing urged by many members of my it to offer ser reIvicesshould my party give me the nomina tutu and 1 should be finally elected I entire corhethink that only the emolument of the said is in questisn and that I am try that to take from him what he has customary with his predecessonra makes it incumbent on me to explain a general way some matters that arethshould be of interest to all of our as izone In the first place it has not been cus wary to elect County Judges in Mall county to succeed themselves E When the present Judges term of office Ii expires he will have acted as County g Jnlge longer than any of his predeces M for the past forty years save two In the second place nearly everything L comes before a County Judge in rives to a certain degree a legal proposition and the incumbent should have suillcient 1gal training so contended those who wish me to run not to llUit at till times a legal adviser if expects to give anything like gen eatisfaeien In the third place and the most of all is the manner in which economic and fiscal affairs are now have been conducted for several past The present court maintains a system working the turnpikes of the county which I and those who urged my can Fl belieVe to be illegal and abao wrong If ihe Democracy of the county believe it to be the proper sys be the nomiuee the partyIEam certain that the present system the direct cause of the large indebted Ii of Madison county tire present bonded indebtednessm the County will remain sea heritage the children of this generation I and do frankly say that itwas with IE eat hesitancy that I determined to ill n tot r this olllcs realize the lithe ri rnJa1entitled to better service in tins lire than it irs possible for my oppo Ii IIcuttqrenTerLWo eacb have ajecord of public serlSolid our records are public 7 and all have a right to dinettes rc tlutin and they are evidences of our fulnesaand benefit to the whole pee ji arid unless the members of my stI bliove that ray conduct of public r Iaiiri yonM be fmHchffreter benefit our bourty than that fIYoppo iraiit think it We1d1M jfHt6w in j iid tpilndone hun I m aad tkoae wbo wged ma to Un as aiOIWLIY oppesi to anyI 1rtll fiisel Cna eoIt Dept trtdirsefIy ai4 ril1F 8t bl- fli It II I has to be allowed by said court I be lieve it to be illegal and wrong for the members of the Fiscal Court to draw two dollars per mile out of the public treasury for simply looking after the turnpikes in their respective districts- I am opposed to a sinking fund com missioner and I would abolish that office if in my power so to do and ii unable to abolish the office I would urge the commissioner to invest nil moneys that might come to his bands in retiring Madison county bonds The foregoing errors as I see threw in the management of our county affairs I hope to correct it nominated and etected Their continuance I be lieve will be a far greater burden to the people every year than the salary of a County Judge for an entire term But for the relief I hope and believe I can and will bring to the taxpayers of my county I would not be a candidate JOHN C OHENAULT Council Proceedings The regular monthly meeting of the Council met on last Thursday with the Mayor and all the except Mr Arnold pres The minutes of the last meeting were read and adopted as well as the ot the Chief of Police Police e Street Commissioner and City Clerk all of which were reterred to the Finance Committee The different then reported first of was made by Mr Miller who that investigation had found Mr McSvrain could not expect es for the loss by fire which was by fumigating his property The Street Committee reported next the new thoroughfare to be known Madison street is nearing coruple lli l Z tion and will soon be ready for traveling Mr Sbackelford was authorized to settle with the contractors for same Mr L P Evans wan given permis sion to erect a cottage on Glyndon Avenue as also was Mr Joe Collins to build a stable in the rear of his property on Third and Water streets Mr B J McKee appeared before the Council and asked that the crossing on Main street from Wines drug store to the McKeecorner be improved which matter was turned over to the Street CommitteeAn was passed requiring Mr J Tevis Cobb and Mr John Azbill to lay a pavement in front of their property on Letcher Avenue A request was made for a crossing on Steep street winch was referred to the Street Com mitteeAs result of various complaints concerning the water trough on Fifth and North streets the matter was placed in the hands of the Chief of Po lice and his deputies Mrs Sid Winkler was given 10 for nursing a city patient- A motion was made whereby the present City Hall property shall be advertised for sale in order to seecure funds to build a new City Hall and other property on the corner of Irvine anti First streets And a committee composed of Messrs Bales Miller and Arnold was appointed to look into that matterMessrs Bybee Miller and Maupin were authorized to look into the con dition of the pavements on East Main streetBronston Brothers who applied for saloon license were granted same with Jake and John Bronston H H Colyer and D B Shaekelfrd on their bond J J Jt D Other saloon bonds were read as follows E B Barnes R G Lohrisch and A J Ross A R Harris P B Broaddus Irvine White and E G Lohrisch Dave Powers H J McKee and H R Tevis H G Creekmore D M Chenault and W M Gibson Jones Mershon T B Collins and Barney Kelly M F Enright J G Norris and Barney Kelley John Sexton R E Turley and J E Greenleaf Joe Ran dolph J HPowell A S Gott The Mayor reported that the Street Commissioner was becoming too extravagant as to his force of workmen etc and the matter was on motion placed in the nands of the Street Committee who shall report at the next regular meetingCity Assessor Trim Deatberage reported iris work finished and he was ordered paid Other work before the Council was private The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee Water Light Co 64000 Water tt Light Co 1100 00 C H Vaught 12 00 J 8 Stanifer 4 00 Bolton Moores 28 30 D B Sbackelford 0 SQ D B Shackellord 2085 Fire Department 4 00 Jim Potts 400 Letcher Lackey Co 2 10 Kentucky Register 4 40 Lyman Parrinh 10 J C Laokey 65 15 Climax Printing Co 10 00- Electiic Co 613 13 M M Hamilton 1 40 Perry Thomas 19 10 Transylvania Printing Co 5 50 Telephone Co 4 00 J Tevis Cobb 75 00 I3 6 i JFi3 i iF3 I i m il 6 El ITI 6 El El iI l 6 6 8 mm- rn pi uH Iil MONGER JULY ftlll q 6Nevery in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presentedsuch tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity ThisIj 1sate means that our stock must beEIReduced at Once It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandised It means Jsl that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you shouldat JH tend this sale every dayc No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought l61 stock I Cut to the Quickin Prices l L1 jSaITiq L and JU IllirIrf j1 1- jj ICLOAKSi EJ t I vf jL IiL- JI Purses Belts Readymade Waists Wrappers Muste Underwear White Goods Lawns Swiftics Ginghams Summer Corsets Baby Caps Fans Bonnets Sfic G4ove Handkerchiefs Fancy Ribbon Silk dine Dusters Shirt Waist Suitings Gait Underwear IIt ILhS t I 4 t A r f A4 1 Ir s mi w iu irif t DAY EVERYDAY AT1f Im m 1 t L fjf f J iJl M kcla+ y tt i 6d t L A AfA xI i A A 7 AAA A- ASaiin F 7r W r IiI iii f fif 61 iI i w 7I A complete close out of Summer Goods Note the prices offeredand be sure you get tijust as advertised a downs1- L 1 rJ SILK1 yd wine Black Silk former price 2 reduced 1 69 1 yd wide Block Taffeta SI 50 quality 1 15 1 yd wide Black Taffefci Mwear 90Mt i nu4cs and olors former price 85e toSi reduced to 75 1 silks all colors 43 Dress GoodsB lss Goods 54 in wide 8150 qunlity at 1 15- B iiil Colored Dress Goods Etomiues Crepe de ni Voiles Sicilliaim etc 90c to 125 values at 75 n quality Dress Goods all kinds reduced to 7o P 1 s in all colors Crepe effects and Novelt- yLigregular price SOc now 39 A TiiuLiit of good values at from 25 to 35c black ri d Irs at 20 2 tui g a 10 M d W listings in white and colors 05 to S5c I 55 Mi ed white andtcolored WaistingSj Silk Ging IS Lawn Madras etc 35 to 50c values go at 25 Ay of white and colored Oxfords Madras n Churns Lawns inequality now 19 A k Wash Goods reduced to 12j 1C Madras Ginghams and Lawns reduced to 8i 7i f u 6 5I a It u 4 Gr t 1j1 4 Remnants at any Price to Close Bleach Cotton f 4 5 G 7 and Se Best Brown Cotton v 5c 94 and 104 Shirting 18 to 28c Heavy Ck Sheeting HU 5 to 7c Lace Jc yd andup HamtDurgs 2c yd rAnHonest v Mbuest llcrchandiHcj l71 fh 71 7F 7I i F A 1 AA FF7171 FOR EVERYBODY One Price A Clean Price on all Goods ill II tfL titL i l I z 1 W fif W iii ti lil M i v w iii lil IiI tit f M ail lii w M ail ail m liRi1Ji ill iiiili 7A il iif iif 7llilfC ii1- i BEGINNING U ATUA JWN Arid Contiquing Through the Entire Mont of July we will sell any thingn our house in Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices and some for less than vf WHOLESALE PRICES THIS IS NO FAKE SALEe tZ e a4 63ii t The Reason Why o v G e2 e Up you the next I i 1 r Carpets former price 75 and 85e yd to GOc Best Carpets price Go to 85 Clean up Price 55e Allwoo Carpets designs 50 and GOc former 25 and 35c Carpets 23c Large neat patterns vest CottonStraw Matting Oa Good Cotton Stiwy flatting fdrmei price i 20 and 22c now i1V i a i We need money and are willing to sacrifice good honest merchandise at rediculously low prices to get it While making fhese low prices on Summer Goods G have also hewed the profit from staple of all kinds t I CLOTHING liArS AND SHOES I are also in this Clean Sale that we may offer newest things season F The Greatest Carpet Matting and Rug CARPETSBrussels reduced Allwool regular beautiful quality Granite line we stuffs affair ever seen in this city ac Dont Miss These Bargains iDont Let Your Neighbors Miss Them Good Matting 9J a Large line 1quetHu S 35x72 fOrrnQr riceno V v 298 Large stock MonriotRugs SxGOrfegula lirfce 3 i 98 An assortment of Rugs ranging inpniQttiromi25 o250 now goat Seto S3 00 v v- vy 1 Lacg Curtains 42 to3 98 per pair vv t it I 7171 71 71F71I7f7171 IeLE2INUp be sure you make no mistake you will find goods just as adver tised t A positive guarantee of rII to each customer on any satisfactionI D- Lat our Cleanup Sale JIClean Up Prices on C Mens and Boys CLOTHING rJQweightlarge number of fWATCH12 50 and S15 00 Suits 8 50 p v0S W rBoysH TSL + 11rt r Mens Mexican IIats 13t 0Mens75c Fur Hats all prices USe uptoys Hats and Caps 9 to 9SeD Cleanu- pShoe Prices125 Ladies Oxfords 90 iVs H 1 252 25 L65 90o r 125 Misses Oxfords 19U 90 1 10f 78 l 25 Ladies Shoes 00 175 J 1 90 25u u 105250 a 3 00c cc 190I ry A complete line of Notions too numerous to mention also atclean z sitif w i oupt eleveY article m our 1ou seissoIdat redocoon A failure to inspect our stock is money out of your pockets I The Hustling Cash Store i 3 cl The Money Saving Store P r t a- rn pito J t 1 1 A 1 i 1G11diJflhj14 y I 1 i s 201 Main and First Streets I j of iU f a f Lb yjj I chmond Kentucky ri II K Jr IiAtat i c- cl f 0 I eo 0 ii JSiAi i S SSS K ii Ml i I i I B y- I iIr I i iLj 4 BAY EVERY DAY AT c T STOREtIrif f h t it4 x r asi r m X Ylt4 k7r7f F 8 17117 71 r MoneY Saving L M JLl AA 7jw71 i A complete close out of Summer Goods Vote the prices offered and be sure you get the goods just as advertised v downyLJ i SILK1 yd wide Black Silk former price 52 reduced 1 09 1 yd wide Black Taffeta 150 quality 1 15 1 yd wide Black Taffefci wear guaranteed 125 value 90 sr n Blacks an l odors former price 85c to 1 o educed to 75 IW si lies all colors 43 Dress Goods B hsS Goods 54 inwide 150 quality at SI 1- 5lB nd Colored Dress Goods Etomines Crepe de j Voiles Sioillians etc HOc to 125 values at 75 7 II quality Dress Goods all kinds reduced to 75 P Its in all colors effects and Novelty 39IAit uiieiit of good values at from 25 to 35c black ors at 20 2Vt ii s 9- M ii Waistings in white and colors G5 to 85o Di- JM iod white and colored Waistings Silk Ging n s Lawn sMadias etc 35 to50c values goat 25 A tv of white and colored Oxfords Madras hums Lawns 25c quality nov 19 Alli k Wash Goods reduced to 121 i 10 tI e Madras Ginghams and Lawns reduced to Si 7 6su 45 toO Good t lico I f 4 Remnants at any Price to Close Bleach Cotton n 4 5 G7 and 80 rest Brown Cotton 5c 94 loud 104 Shirting V18 to 23e Heavy Ck Sheeting 5to7c I Lace 1 c yd and up I Hamburgs 2c ydV rAnHonest Honest Reductiont 1i J p ill I71 ffi71 l Ii 71 717 71 7F I71 7I FOR EVERYBODY litOnei 444Y I7t 6 1 fJ IJ fJ 1 fJ fJ II v ul r BEGINNING RDJUNE 2 th 4nd Ooniinuiqg Through the Entire Month of July we will sell any thing in our house in Summer Goods at greatly reduced prices and some toyless tpaI1 WHOLESALE PRICES THIS IS NO FAKE SALEe o t lJasoll WIIy S are also in this up that we may offer you next season un Brussels Carpets former pinel 75 and 85c yd reduced to OOc Rest Allwool Carpets regular ice65 to 85 Clean up IPricj 55c Allwool Carpets beautiful 50 and GOo qiiality for 42c 25 and 35c Granite Carpets j23ci Large line neatt patterns best Cotton Straw Ma Good Cotton Straw Matting fora aJprice gq and22e J1hYl7 We need money and are willing to sacrifice good honest merchandise at rediculously low pricesto get it While making these low prices on Summer Goods we have also hewed the profit from staple stuffs of all kinds t CLOT Ii lNG liArS AND SjiOES Clean Sale the newest things The Greatest Carpet Matting and Rug affair ever seen in thisDont Miss These Dont Let Your Miss Them CARPETS designs tinaf20c citytBargains Neighbors Good MattingfJc rs e jvr Lrf Large line Moquetltugs 36x72 former price i now 2 98 Large stock Moqnetjlugs 28x60 rejJuiSppiucA3 198 An assortment of BugsJ ranging in ttceNfrom1251 to 250 now go f at1lc toSJ bO iliice Curtains f2t S 3 98 per pair HHeHiIffi 7FImmGood Goods at GLEAN UP PRIeRS v k R n be sure you make no mistake you will find goods just as adver tised r riLt CleanupSaleCl IIPrices on C- ti Mens and Boy9 CLOTHING 51 S A large assortment of full Suits in medium andsummer weight Nic assortment of Coats and Pants ft A CIQIlarge number of Odd Suits to close out WATCH OUR PRICES 12 50 and 15 00 Suits S8 50l10 00 7 50 fJJ S 50 5 4S 1BoysHATS jn t 0MensMens Sl 50 Straw IIat 75c Fur Hats all prices 98c up Boys Hats and Caps 9 to 98c Clean up Shoe Pricesr1 25 Ladies Oxfords o0175 1 25 2 25 1 65 2 50u l X90 1 25 Misses Oxfords QO 110 tt nt r t81 25 Ladies Shoes 90 1 75 r 1 90 25 dII 165 H 2 oOJ3 00 n oIR iwaui Il urk A complete line of Notions too numerous to stockmentionis money out of your pocketf i f l JKv The HustIiii Gosh Store v L The Money Saving Store iY rlJq iI j t fl iigu tf 11 I1 a1IVI I rcr- r d i 0- gXL 1 fh J r I I U iit II II i LJL 1 J AR LU ViULwIg 201 Main lld First Stre ts 0 Richmond KentuckyI h tu CJ u u c i IC u ct p szt r l d