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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 27, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904072701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, July 27, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I 1 t i I Itri l 7 I j I 0 1 THE 9 RICIIMQND CLIMAXb VOLUME 31 t C RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JuLY 27 1904p c NUMBER 30 i 1 = r FIRsT1k F 7Fm 7F m mm The usUing Cash Store i 9 m r t 4j0 t f 6 Q 1 jBARGAINS da s4 fI fi J L t d t iLACKEY AND HAMILTON I I 7i ffi 717Ji W ii F7I75 7 +++ CALL AT ++ JONES illERSHONS IMISALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed 4 by upto ate and accommodation w Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap j csss PhOTJp Second St J The Calvert MI S WILLIE K HOCKER 1lJtOllUETI1ESS Rates 100 per Day Rntes to Large Parties FINNEY AVENUE 13GB LOUIS MO6rnay 1NOn the Teeth Depends thH condition f th jnuirnl Iillh ReIfYiol or li tr dwmyiM Iihl b f JTIana thi Tm1or bn Iansn of m ich dlsanse TIiK skillful applica 1tiu of DENISTRY4 hs not only TflhitVP4 I tin hut pio- lonjrod J life Solid Coll IVuth 5 50 Onl Fill 1 50 A Amlifsm Fills 76 Tenth ExtrHO p l 25 4 AH nur workljjllr gUHrniitppd Will i p VH n fau a ud r all orcuni biancps V H Hobson Dentist 4Itlchmond Kentucky 1 6 4It1Diamonds c Watches I Crocks I r Cutglass AIl kinds of Jewelry andPreciousStonesof J ftIhese are some of the to be foondnt Lanes 1Jwelry Store If your clock refuse to go tate them to Lane he 1willfix them If your ring resetting take it to 4 LaneS hell fix that too I If yon want anything that 10 can be found in a first class ItJqwelrv ebtabllshment go 1to He iR well fixed i these kind of rU- cleLELanec y 9 C Jeweler and 0 tician1 0 jr PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOENEYS R N MILLER ATTORNBTATIUW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office n the Barnaul Building next door to trmera National Bank feb3ly J2L SULLIY AT1 a YATLAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY sJffice over State Bank Trust Co op osite Court House on Main Street O D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KitNTUCitY Office on Second street over Chen oiLs grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RirnMONn KENTUCKY SayOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over erry Thomas drug store PHTSIOIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON PHYS1CIANN AND SURGEONS ticHMONn KENTUCKY ificeio the Dr Hobson building Mt4brcet D Nr LSUnGERYI QT OaV TvVvcve tODSOn DENTIST or LOUISVILLE Er 4 Office next door to Government Building IchpiSnd Ky Office honra 9 to 121 to noTl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST aiOlflce n ennett Building lanty TELEPHONE 196 i 0 Vance D 0 Irs E OYance D 0 j Osteopathic Physicians tlob500 Bottling Wteralure furniphed on application CONSULTATION FREE praduates Southern School of Ostheopathy n I P LNDMAN Jlbtei Glyndon- WedhesJay Aug 10 ItHM 4 Bit tire Sale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike tire now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices tiouie items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at fl eta per bushel A full line of groceries and other merchandise all new and fresh coffee ipcta per lb and up calico 5c work shirts JS to 5Ocreally made Kafments latest fashions We also have meal flour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for tale Also clothing tinware locks and watches No rent to plY and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can otTer things nt such low prices We pay cash for all kinds of produces Give usa caUl22J ne flni ei jjClean 00114 Its a long way from a the coal mines to the coal bin And iesa a long way from getting whEt you want when you have to pay for screening You will get a load of satisfac tion everytime you buy a load of coal from usD Callor Telephone atyvi1ti Q1 O D D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 rt and Yard ae ivnj- c OLD JOE WHISKYc Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manufacture No BEl1ERrp can be found for medicinal put poses You want the best Furnished Strfctly toeFamily Trade 10 vearold in Jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II II 5II U II jugs 2J 0 5 bottles J d New Whisky 180 per gahlpuo Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARGY Prop Old Joe Distillery JIcBrajer novlyr Anderson county Kv Sheriffs Sales By Virtue of an Execution directed tojme which it sued from the Clerks oftice of the Madison Circuit Court In favor of Farmers National Bsnk against t eo W Settles I or one of my depu ties will on Monday Aug J 04 Between the houtsof JO oclock a intand 2 oclock p in tt the Court door In RIchmond tIadison countyKy xpose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following described proper ty or so much thereof as maybe necessary to satiety Plaintiffs debt in terRSt and costs towit About 50 Acres of Land located in Madison county Kv in the Glade Magisterial District lying on the waters of Walnut Meadow creek adjoining the lands of Felix Kstridge Jas Gninu Ed Ballard and others This is the same laud conveyed from T J Covle to G W Settles and recorded In- Deed Book 55 page 287 leyieji upon as property of G W TeriuSaie will be made on a credit nf three months bond with approved se cnritv qulredblrfri interest at the rate 01 B per cent per annum from dav lsaleJml having the force and effect of a sale bond 30HNF AGGERS J aly 11 1W SberiS Mwiues Co NEWS IN KENTUCKY IRAILROAD COMMISSION Hearing In the Case Against Louisville Car Service Association Louisville Ky July 20The Ken tucky railroad commission Tuesday began hearing evidence In the case of the Lumbermens club against the txmlsville Car Service association The car service association comprises ill the railroads entering Louisville The lumbermen allege that charges for the1rulesTho question of Illegal combination on the part of the railroads in main taming the association is also a point ftt issue Car service managers from Pitts burg Nashville and Chattanooga were present in addition to a number of ihlppers Mr Trahue for the car service asso elation admitted the rules were made by the railroads and executed by the manager of the association He also admitted the public had no voice In the selection of the manager The hearing will continue for sev eral days i EPHRAIM GOOD DEAD He Would Have Neither a Physician Nor Medicines Lexington Ky July 20 Christian science is alleged to be responsible for the death of Ephralm Good aged 61 years which took place here Tuesday hadIberculosis was the cause of death The city physician called at his rest dence but he refused him admittance saying Jf God wants me to live will live but if he wants me to die medicine will not save me TRIAL OF CASES PREVENTED All the Indictments Except Two Were Stolen Paintsvllle Ky July 20 Unknown parties broke into the circuit clerks office at Hlndman Knott county Monday night and stole about 300 Indictments Only two both for felonies were left In the office The circuit court which convenes there next Mon ay will be unable to proceed with he criminal docket and as the names f the witnesses who made the indict have also been stolen it is doubt ul If the cases can ever be reinstated n the docket GEN S B BUCKNER He Is Quite III nt His Home Glen Lily Mnnfordvllle Ky July 20Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner has veen very ill for several days at his home Glen Lily near here He was seized with severe attack of dysentery the next day after his return from Glasgow last week where he went to attend the funeral of Gen Lewis He has been very sick manbut his great vitality has sustained him His condition is much more favorable Tuesday night and he is expected to recover After the Appointment Owensboro Ky July 20There promises to be a lively fight for the appointment of county Judge to succeed Judge Haskins who died on Monday Yewell Haskins a son of Judge Haskins and George V Triplett a brotherinlaw of Gov Beckham are circulating petitions to the governor asking for the appointment Hotel in the Highlands Fort Thom l Ky July 20Ground will be broken before September 1 for the new hotel to be erected near Fort Thomas The site of 8 219 acres Is famous for Its fine view bf the pictur esque Ohio and Miami valleys The Fort Thomas car line passes with a few hundred feet of the property Alleged Thief Arrested Cincinnati July 20Sant Douglass thief of Covlngton Ky was caught by Detectives Burkholz andI McQueston on Exalted Ruler floor at the Burnet house Cin Tuesday night and locked up He hai already gone through a num berofifoomsICynthlana Ky July 20Maj J Bmbry Allen of the Second Kentucky regiment camping with a Cynthlana arty at Blue Lick Springs was seI verely injured by a fall while stepping Into a skiff on Licking river Thifee ribs were broken and he received oth r injuries Street Railway Sold Owensboro Ky July 20The Ow ensboro street railway was sold Tues ay The parties wBo take the property ver are James H Parrish John G Delker of Owensboro Yewell Rice of Louisville and A S Wilson of Pin keyvllle Ill Fell Down a Shaft Newport Ky Jiny 20 William Brown 16 of Seventh and German streets this city fell four floors down elevator shaft of the building at 10 Elm street Tuesday morning and sustained probably fatal Injuries Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky July 20The tobacco market was dull Tuesday the offer- Ings being only 109 hhds of dark Prices wore a shade better on medium ind good export grades of leaf The range was from 290 to 7 WorkingNht and Day The busiest and mightiest little thing hat ever was made Is Ur Kings New Life rills These pills change weakness into strength listlesness into energy brainfag into men al power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c pier box Bold by R C Stock ton 1m For Shampooing Manicnrinfr Fa cial Massnjreauu all kinds of toilet req uisites cull on Mrs Alice Jones next loor to Piggs grocery on Main street UOatf Night Was Her Terror I would cough nearly all night lonp writes Mrs Cbas Applegatu of Alexandria Iudhaud could unruly get any sleep I had ro sumption had that it I walkedmu block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other failed three bottles of Dr Kings New Discover wholly cured me and J gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bron chitis and all Throutand Lung troubles Price SOc aniltSl Trial hollies froG at- 1RQ44kI94e44IM9r 1 II COVINGTON WOMAN SHOT Was Wounded By Unknown Boy While Visiting In St Louis St Louis July 2211rs Ellen Ryan of Covington Ky who Is In the city visiting her daughter Mrs W V Zel lich of 3123 N Grand avenue was sfiot In the back of the neck with a bullet front a cat rifle Mrs Ryan did not know she was wounded until she felt blood trickling down her throat bite was removed to her daughters residence where It was stated Thursday night that she was suffering much pain but that her condition was not considered critical The bullet was dred by a small boy who succeeded in escaping The police have a vague description and are searching for him- ERNST ELECTED He Is Chairman of the Republican State Committee Louisville Ky July 22The republican state central committee at its meeting Thursday chose Richard P Ernst of Covlngton as chairman of the state campaign committee and elected Thomas Walker Jr of Lex ington permanent secretary of the campaign committee The committee decided to maintain Its permanent headquarters In Louisville Two con wereIHunter of Louisville Cot Henry L Stone of Louisville was named as the republican member of the state election commission ISWELLS STATE REVENUE Southern Pacific Road to Increase the Capital Stock Louisville Ky July 22The action of the directors of the Southern Pa cHic railroad Wednesday at Beech mont in voting an additional Increase of stock will mean 40000 to the rove nues of the state of Kentucky The issuance of 100000000 of tock was authorized but only 40000000 will be compatt1Ior 40000 in all This will be paid over to the state auditor In a few days IOne Days Trotting Meeting Ky July 22A on days trotting meeting was given on Thursday the sensational feature be- Ing the halfmile made by Elastic Pointer 206 bh by Brown Hal Sweepstakes He made the first quarter in 30 seconds and the half In 101 Driver John Hussey eased him down to the last half and ho made the mile In 210 Fatal Fall From a Bridge Greenup Ky July 22Charles Ferguson whose parents live here fell from a new railroad bridge in Penn sylvania and hurt himself so badly that he died in a few hours His remains were brought here for burial His father Ben F Ferguson is a mechanic of this place To Elect a Secretary Lexington Ky July 22The offi cial call has been issued by Lewis Mc Quown chairman of the democratic state central and executive commit tees for the meeting In joint session at Frankfort Tuesday July 26 for the purpose of electing a secretary to sue ceed Percy Haley IKilled a School Boy Ky July 22Tn a re sort on Lower Elkhorn creek Wed nesday night This Kelley of feud fame shot and killed Henry Mullins aged 19 a school boy Kelley fled to Virginia They had an altercation over Kelleys sister a week ago Man Badly Mashed BurnsIde Ky July 22 While log ging near Small this county Joseph MrMullen was caught under a heavy log anti is seriously if not fatally hurt Part of his body was mashed to a Jelly The accident was caused by the wagon turning over Woman Killed By Lightning Louisville Ky July 22Mrs So phhi Miller was killed and her daugh ter Katie and Louis Heintz were seri IIgbtnlngIhad sought shelter from a rain storm near Harrods creek Agent Lucas Enjoined Henderson Ky July 22Ed C Walker auditors agent for Hender son county filed suit enjoining Frank A Lucas alleged auditors agent from the collection of back taxes The mat ter will come up for a hearing before County Judge Hart Appointed as Judge Frankfort Ky July 22Gov Beck ham appointed L H Thurman of Springfield Washington county as circait Judge to succeed the late Judge Charles Patterson of the Eleventh circuit to serve until the regular election V Minister Badly Burned Richmond Ky July 22Tho rest dence occupied by Rev E O Weaver pastor of the Northern Presbyterian church burned In his frantic efforts to put out the blaze Rev Mr Weaver was horribly burned and disfigured To Succeed Judge Haskins Frankfort Ky July 22Goy Beck ham has appointed George W Triplett of Owensboro Davies county to succeed County Judge H M Haskins Judge Haskins resigned The eucalyptus tree dries up springs raplrly Brutally Tortured A case came to light that tor persist ent And unmerciful torture baa never been equaled Joe Golohick of Col n s Calif writes For 16 years I en dured insufferable pain from Rhema llstn and nothing relieved me tirnuct I trip everything known I came across Electric Bitters and its tile greatest metliiine on earth for that A few bottle of it completely relieved and cured mo Just an for liver and Kiilnev troubles and general debility Only SOc Sat aClwtion guaranteed by U O Stockton diuggist We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Hurries Buggies und julia bouts than we now have on display In our show room It will pay you toe amine them before buying TVealso doTtrpalrlng and rejoining In jjfcst ann nera at moderate prices ThE best mb Jt tire applyed and gnaionteed ioi one y ear Call and see tie i JlictuBond Carriage Vforka U t iKWJlrt4 Mothers Earl WHENIEUSSQ Si MONTHS THAr COME BHPOHE THAr flMKg j5 SCOTTS EMULSION g- OUPPUEB THB EXTRA STReNGTH AHO 3HOUaiBHMfMT SO ffCHItfDfSend for free sample K SCOTT DOWN Chemists 2409415 Yartsac 3 mmi sisrs a1o J W Lambert PIll against T A Robinson Dft suit E T Fish Co Ittr against Win Lucas ko Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment ami Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit rendered kt tlie April Term thereoflOO in the shove style cause the unl r 1ilZoedwillonl Monday Aug VtBetween the hour of 10 oclock a m und 12 oclock in at tho Court House in Richmond Madison county Ky lieinpr county court day proceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and hpst bidder the following TJesQribed property viz A Certain House and Lot in Here Madison county KV Ritna ted on Depot street and bmnded on the north side by said Depot street and on the west by the propertyof M K Ramsey on the south and east JV the property of the heir of John G Fee nail lot having a frontage on Depot street of 140 feet and a depth of 200 feet Or a sufficient quantity thereof to produce t he rum of W695 the amount o ordered to he made and tho cost iivreofiER1SSaie will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will bp required to give bond with roved security for the payment ifthe ourchn e money to have the force and Ifect of n Judgment bearing legal in Wrest frorr day iif sale with a lien re erred upon sa1 property until all the purchase mnner is paid S H THORPE M C M O 0 Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an Execution directed to me which issued from tile Clerks odl e of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of H G Creek more against James M Hill Ior one of my deputies will ln Monday Aug Jt 04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m am 2 oclock p in at the Court House iliHr in RirhiionduIadson county Ky expose to Public Sale to the high est bidder the following described property or so much thereof as maybe necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towi About 27 Acres of Land situated in Madison county Kyin tha- Million Magisterial District lying on the waters of Tales Creek adjoining the lands of Herman Miller Elzie Per kills and others being the same land conveyed from J W Masters to James II Hill and recorded In Ded Book 65 peg 185 his property will ho moli wij uit to a mortgage of 200 in favor of Patsv Hill levied upon as property of James 1 r Hill Terms Sule will he made on a credit oi hreo months bond with approved BPrnrity lienring interest nt the rate of C or cent per annum from day of sale iiid hnvii r the force antI effect of a Sale Bond JOHN F WAGERS July 12 1901 Sheriff Madison Co I Elegant Home Por Sale I will offer for sale privately the borne fornmrjy occupied by James Ti vis decesned hituated near the L X R R depot in Richmond Ky Slid place contains 5 12 Acres of Land wrli n good two story frame residence of sight rooniH in firstclass repair gmi1 ulster and all tit cessary out bu Idingij sjnod orchard and every tb iig to wake it a desirable place of re lutence Anyone Iesjnin to examine tho piopnrty the undersigned will tAt Pla dsure in bowing same H R TEVIS 2fiinytf RICHMONDKY 25 to Dear r Colorado iprfngs or Pueblo 38 to Silt Lake Utr Utah Corresponlingly cheap rates to other Colorado and Utah points Thin rates Quoted aboVA are from St Louis and fi r round trip tickets good to return until October 31st 1904 The Wabash is the only line running to theinaiir entrance of the Worlds Fair Urounda H lders oC AVabash tickets can have their baggage checked to and from the now magnificent Wabash Passenger Station directly at the main entrance Ten days stop over allowed at fju Louts all nie way or rouud trip tickets gfiing or returning Call on or write foripar tllni rs EdSwift J S PAWabashRIt Garn of 30 Carfrw BlUgj Cincinnati Or Wasted Two Of Ihree good men to act as acents for Southern Mutual investment GIIOail1 room 6 Oldham Building iiartlcularB 29j2 I lot tot F Stce dwelling house and blacksmiths v at Moterly station R K Jloberly 1 tijlm Jloberly Kjr i i tNoFor years fate was after me dwtyin uJVjVwrItc8 F A Gulledge vSrbena AIIr a terrible case of PXes cSubing 24 tumors When all failed Bu klens Arnica Salvo cured me Equally good for Bntns and all achew Voo at tpcktetifl rill L 1r l t TALK ABOUT TONICS IIs i are we we are You buy here with a of its tell you the truth it can of it in the of As for 1 for itself of all the we offer r of of a in the so aPrice over all the have been on I be until the are out our is treat Bargains We have two hand made costing 125 each Sill now be at 0 each iran oppor to secure great bargain SOmtf S L Prop Our have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Would leave vou if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills of sufferers have proved their less merit for Sick and Nervous Head aches make pure blood and buildup your Only 25 cents money back if not cured Sold by R C Stockton A light lighthouse dark world t tt man alive there isnt anything forty drugstores fl that will make a fellow brace and feel his oats like a new suit of clothes that fits perfectly and becomingly and is substantially made of goodmaterials I Thats the Kind you Get J WeizScoss is on Jaoe 1 when that is said you know what you and know what offering J tFto Clothing full knowledge worth We about You will know just what you expect way service Style and Fitthat shows But best Clothing is erate your pocket book Think haying suit like either considIshown picture At Little as getting 798 FtI OUR LOOM END SALE tIis and almost Loom Ends sold but Loom I Prices allfSpring and Summer Merchandise will still given entire lots closed Get prices before buying elsewhere Ours the Store that Saves you Money W D OLDHAM eo buggies which offered This tunity a Richmond Carriage Works MIdkiff clothing Maiden That Throbbing Headache quickly Thousands match They health Druggist Heart makes a a in up the End L RM BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsaprto lyrPhone 85 d tttie 1 ELDERS 1tj BARGIN STORE oi itS e Warm Weather SuggestspO cq the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as A1lare made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this f- cIS monevsavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here d I Gingham in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with 1j choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for jc lSExtra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaidsJi 1 checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc cuS Corded most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists kregular 12ic 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 25c our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Spile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shad s to selectfrom 12c India Linen 7 to 25c f r Boys and Girls StockinfjsSpecfflls40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock hnrs bight spliced heals and toes mind double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Sticking sizes 5 to 9 worth 5c at 15c pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings tho iron wear kind 2threat 2x2 ribbed dOUble heel aQd toes mado of senlceacle firm trEad but elastic sIzes 7 to 10 worth 25c at lSc per pair 10 If antI 20c yard Carpets 121c to 25 yard See our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to The vII 5Mattingsshowillg the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at 4 OS to 10 ever shown In Richmond Youths Suits 14to8 KnEo SUIts 1 toSS Mend Slilrts25c to1 Straw Hats men and hoys8 lOc up toSi 25 a1pc of Notions complete LaceCnrtaJUs a beautilul line to select from SPc toGpalr Poles 8 and be complete Brass oxtelisiOn rods 810 and iSo NEw Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers10 to g 4Sc tOe Gowns 48c Skirts Soc Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress SkirlsI25 to S875 They are Leauties s J MiLLINERY llofo beautiful styles The smartest creations of the seaB n are here and surprisingly Low Prices 11ShirtAVaist Hats the most beautiful styles tl to 2 08 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready fora yimV l m t ked at special Low Prces to suit all purses Childrens School and Dress Hats flow ertfof every dEcriptlonSee them Bleached Pillow GauSs full size and fine quality choice wearing quali ties 121 Ladles and cents Handkerchiefs 510 nnd15t 1asols4Qc to Sl 95 Corsets 25c to 31 60 shoes and Slippers all Picture Frames 5 10 18 25 29 ancl49cC have just received about OO bictnre8 from 5a upto25cach Do not fall to see them We hayeonly a few Jardineros left at jL W52pa3 and 49c i AJJI 1f Respectfully Submitted a to the Ci4Trade ij if i Why Madrasthe B i th1iti J5 triI I j S SS s 9SGOSeSI I t t t t e Crutcher and Tribolc s 0 Gents Furnishers SO S e I To Reduce Stock I 1 E I I To reduce our stock b July Jst before takhg invoice we I IS are offering our entire stock of s 0 S S IShoes mid GaHISP y HI nisI ings III s E I 1 m 2 At Greatly Reduced Prices I g SIS 9 m S S jJi FOR CASH ONLY 1ij s 5SI SI i E Call in and get our prices and you will be convinced a a TRIBBLES I It S5 S J1 S5 SI- I Main Street Richmond Kentucky 7 S e Se 0 SSSs SSS sSss ssSSSs r V 0 SSSSSSSSISIISSUSSSISSSS110SSISSSSSSISSSSOSOSSSSSO0a The Richmond Climax BBLI HK1 IV RV WIDNMIIAY B- YTho Climax Printing Co Incorpo ruled J qgULT PreMt- 115pR IflIMIS0UV VIVMA I JUIY27 1104 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOB PRESIDENT ALTON R PARKER of Now York fuR VICE PK ESI DENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FuR ATTORNEY GENERAL OP THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska Does Mr Bryan take defeat grace fully Doc be look beyond the hot iz sfl of bia own IIISppOiHtOdambitiwi to tte welfare of the whole nation Let big Bove words just uttered answer awl kit his enemies hearkgn to the voice of the patriot statesman unl frkml of common tmmtinity I hue been siiHieienUy thrashed to ItlftM everybody I prefer to sec- mV8uenJ have success Should his plans turn out to have been the right plans then please give me the credit of being farsighted enough to be thankful that I and my plans were not inflicted on the emmtry Moan while we must work toward our ideal Bryan drocate the election of Senators by popular vote denounced combines unit a big navy and saidiIf the people want a gold plank In stead of a double standaid or a silver standard let thum have it If they dont like it they eau change and vice versa At least two parties ate necessary one to watch and check the other every country there is a party of name that is democratic and one that is aristocratic In this country the democratic spirit is great and no party is big enough to monopolize this spirit To extend this spirit and prevent corruption put up the only thing stronger than moBeyOonscienec CI L Brower Cot LEXINGTON KY CANT we induce you to come to Lex ington this week We are riving 10 per cent discount on all summer furniture which includes Vudor Porch Shades Old Hickory Furniture and other Porch Furniture We are giving 25 per cent discount from all Hammocks andaccessories Prices are for CASH It will pay you to come CFBromCo Exclusive Sole Agents lAIN AND BROAD WA LEXINGTON Ky 1i ip 22 ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TEUEPHO1VD 425 Vut author zfd to announce J 09N W IIALLARD a oandilate for S heriff of Madison county subject to lie action of the Democratic party LAST week we printed lIon W B Smiths remonstrance against the OourierJournals recent astounding nml unprovoked assaults upon that gre at armyof Democrats whose only offense in ihe past was their loyalty to the nominee of the party Mr Bryan Mr Smith is more temperate in tone than those for whom he speaks for under the provo cation he had the wonder is he did not grow bitter and resentful even to the point of following the illustrious ox it in pit of the CourierJournals editor who in 1896 advised No comprom iO with Dishonor The Bryan Democrats are all right They are used to being regular They do not need to bo goaded into doing their duty especially by the Courier Journal To bt sure the Bryan regu lars have been slightly chilled in their inwards by tile Parker pronuncia mento but a little time and reflection are all that is needed to put them in lice The ticket is better than tbe Republican ticket It was nominated by a Democrrtic convention- SLet the CourierJournal ceaso it tbuse and remember this If Parker vins it will be because Bryan and the loyal Democrats of the United States make it possible for him to win Ir mftllhfltc PeillMr Samual F Pbelpfcson of Samuel U Phelps and Mary J Fowler the atter long since deceased passed iiencefiillv away at his home near White Hall on Wednesday morning t agedhirtyixrefined anti cultured type ot Kentucky cIhiurcitivndncted the final obsequies at the rave in the presence of a large num ber ot relatives and friends In his wrl youth he spent six years In the Bust two at Andover Mass at a reparntofy school and four years at Yale University where he took high rank as a student and a gentleman Since leaving school he has traveledfmuch In this country Ouba ico His sincere and gentle disposition ind broad iufoimation drew to him r gegretwith his fattier and brother Mr Geo Phelps In giving up this noble son anil brother At the request of the family the following beautiful hymn was real by Itev Hugh Mcl ellan who d PencewordtHowLike strains ot faroff music heard On tome enchanted ground In HeoTens serene and endless mtspainTbretn blest Well surely meet again Catarrh Cannot Be Cured pnolreaeht a or sease and Jn order to cure it you must tnke internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and a s turfacesquick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians this coun t t preeriphoupurlfiern acting directly on the mu- cOuS surfaces The perfect combina then ol the two JngredieJls what pro duces such wonderful m curing Catarrh Send for testimonials r J OHBNBYi CO Toledo 0 SoW bydrnggints75d J1a1V ro the beet LAST winter the President of the Pclawaro and Lackawanna railway refused to reply to certain inquiries made by the Interstate Commerce Commission as to the fixing ol pricesLof coal Win Randolph Hearst at his own expenses fought the coal trust and the United States Supreme Court decided that he must reply and last week the desired information sa given By the answers thus received it appears that President Trucsdale fixes the prices arbitrarily that by ah tacit understanding in order to conform outwardly to the law all the other coal roads adopt the same rates To quote Mr Truesflales own words If any company fixes a low price the Lackawanna would be foolish not to meet it also if the price was high it would not be good business for theA Lackawanna to decline to make its prices accordingly President Trues dale also admitted that he would not change his prices unless he knew the prices of other roads were to cha also He further declared that thed price of coal did not depend upon thC profits of the coal business alone but upon conditions of other business Mr Truesdale futher said figures nreret correct showing that the companys coal business had grown more profitable in the last few years despite the coal strike and the award to the min erg by the Strike Commission Two days previous to this President I aer declared that his company would get as much for their coal as the public will standfThus we have Wm R Hearst aJ performingcan Attorney General The history of the case has been largely obscured by Mr Hearsts recent candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency Let the truth be known Mr Hearst served his country nobly During his long campaign for the Presidency he made no speeches in Congress yet he won a victory for SupremeCourt importance than all the speeches his colleagues in Congress The In as a rule spoke to empty benches while Hearsts one brave act touched tho pocketbooks the nerve centers f the rich and poor throughout the landand resulted in the decision above mentioned a How Does This Strike The White Citizen Regardless of olltlcmialHenry S Baker a prominent colored flJl10wluJraEditorwish to call attention to the difference between the Republican and the Democratic National Conventions At time Republican Convention the colored man was treated as a companion riendand brother There he was p fillolitical epicfRooseveltwho teaches that the colored man deserves to be treated as asocial equal To emphasize this factsth herofRoosevelt is elected it will so encour age the colored man that we will demand that Prol Booker Weshin hall be the Republican candidate VicePresident in 1908 rgethattion when a beautiful white girl was of jenegrotheir hands and allowed them to lead the cheering thee making the first and grandest example of the equality of he race that history records In the Democratic atwasin word and in deed a white mans con 1hailpoor negro so much to encourage him to peniisifu lila political and it cial riKbtll J 12 8M PERSONAL Rev W H Dodge iat the Worlds Fair Mr H F Cosby spent Sunday at EUill Springs Miss Mattie Tribble has returned from a visit to Lexington Colonel D W Tribble is back from a falDlast week from St Louis Mrs Sam Ballard is now up from a serious attact of her heart Miss Sallie Rice is Mr and drrsdaOrchardMr Isaao Engle has returned honhalthe Lexington Business College Miss Josin A Jones and niece of Paris are guests of Mr Jeff Stoic rlandMiss A G Bennett of Hudson N Y is the guest of Mrs C R Boucher Misses Bessie Turley and Maud Martin were at Estill Springs last week Mr and Mrs Richard McKee and Miss Lydia McKec were in Lexington last week Miss Carlisle Chenanlt has returned from a visit to Mrs Harrison Slmrall malinsotiMisses areOrchardMrs Alma Rogers of Rossville Indiana is the guest of her mother Mrs C C SmithorMrs Tom Chenault has returned from a months visit to relatives in Fayette county Mr and Mrs J G Taylor and daughter Miss Bernice spent Sunday in Irvine WilMrocraingsburghis parentsguepleasant guest of Mrs W C Mills on Fourth StenteMiss Hallie Hamilton spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Harry Scrivner atBeattyvilleMiss Broaddus has accepted a position as stenographer with a Cincinnati firm Mrs V II Hobson and children are at home from a visit to relatives in Charlottsville Va Mrs Frank Carr and children oftestexingtonand Mrs Henry C RiceMMr and MM Blanton have gone to French Lick Springs f orJanstay of several weeksBehMrs John M Price and daughter pleeteMrs Owen McKee and daughter Miss Annie and Miss Josephine Schmidt are at French Lick Springs Miss Florence Smithof Irvine 8fK tIT a pleasant day last Friday with hrr friend Mrs Sam Ballard and fam Hy ter two weks pleasantly spent with Mrs James S Crutcher Miss Helen Rogers returned Thursday to Lexin teland ton 1for lecMissAaysat her h hotailMiss Mabel Letton left the first of s inistermouthwhMrs Albeit Severance of Tevas is here visiting friends Mrs Severance was formerly Miss Florrie Heathof this citycouProfessor William Jackson of Campbellsville has been spending a ew days with his brother Attorney T Jackson Misses Cricket and Rhodes Gil christ of Lexington are the guest of Misses Curraleen Myrtle and MinnieC Ballard this week Mrs Joseph Boggs entertained with a flinch party on last Wednesday atto ternoon in honor of her guest Miss Johnson of Lancaster ligMrsColMargueriteCrab Orchard Springs about the 6th of August for a stay of several weeks Mr and Mrs Alfred Combs will en JYror a his fiance earMissofLexingtonMiss Mary Shackelford Miss Louise Kauffman of Lancaster and Miss Es ol tel le Gulick of Philadelphia formed laspartyto briattendomAmongof Mfi5 Amanda Hall on Monday were Mrs George Brown of Paris and Mrs Amanda Reid and Mr Glen ore Reid of Mt Sterling Miss Lucy Allen has gone to her homo In Columbus Ohio where she lit hopes to recuperate fully from her recent illness Miss Allen is the eff- icIent superintendent at the P A C Infirmary Her place is beingably ed by Miss Tuttle Mrs Alex Hamilton returned Monday from Richmond where she has been undergoing treatment at tho Gibson Infirmary We are glad to ate that she is much improved in- althEatill Herald That capital gentleman Col Fred Grinstcad of Portsmouth qspent ExpressforElk Lodge he was respected and ad- mIred by all He is a native of Frank tort Ky but has the happy acuity winning friends everywhere who alously claim him as their owned Gov Beckham has appointed Hon 4 Isaac H Thurman Circuit Judge of the Lebanon District to succeed Judge Pattison deceased Judge Thurman tended C U here in 8386 and was collegeAmong MiLlerothers hereabouts Mrs JT Shackelfoydentertained witla ailtMttUullawn party oal tr c c ers Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checkser ling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dan uff And it always restores colorto gray hair all the rich rk color of early life Mr hair WM fatting out badly and I wu rutmad osflngvcAI 100 a bottle J TZR 00 nigvItfor Lowell Malt Hair Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Estelle Gulick who is the guest of Miss Mar garetta Smith Mrs J Speed Smith was hostess at a dinner party on the same evening with Miss Gulick as guest of honor and on Friday evening Miss Curraleen Smith received in honor the same visitor Miss Gulick is an extremely handsome young wo as has been the recipient of much tra1r and Mrs N Lewis Bosworthh receiving upon arrival of a lovely little daughter who was born Thursday morning at their home in Woodland Mrs Bos tb was before her marriage Miss Mar Neale and the prei pitycan wish for her nothing better than that she grew as lovely as is her moth er She is called Caroline Goodloe for Mrs Bosworths mother Mrs iam L NealeLexington Dem t 22 24rssts Mrs Harriet Pringle and Miss Selina Hayward of Savannah Georgia was in the city Friday and they were rtained at luncheon by Mrs Christopher D Chenault Mrs Sarah Gibson Humphreys who has just returned from the South was also one of the guests and will be with Mrs Chenault for sveral weeks Miss Susaune Grijjsby who has been the gue wce dkreturncdMrs Prinlo anti Mis Hayward the ty driving down to Sumner For in the late atcrnoon Lexington ocrat rs Nannie Feland has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss ie to Dr A DeMass Bradford of cur j1Augustasant surprise to the friends of the spective bride who is one of Rich monds most popular young women She is a young lady of rare intellect and has for a number cf years been a member of the Caldwell High School faculty She is an accomplished musician and one of the most cultur ed and excellent young ladies in our town Her many frieuds will wish her all happiness in her new relations will also congratulate Dr Brad l most heartily over his happy se tion delightful luncheon was given yes terday at one oclock at the Gordon el by Mr John L Peake complimentary to Miss Kate Smith of Richmond Ky The table was decorated a profusion of Marechal Nell roses ani ferns and places were laid for six o were Misses Kate Smith Gail Poor Mattie Smith Pat McBaine Frank Dearing and John L Peake The menu consisted of some six rses fruit punch cream of tomato soup baked pompano with new pota to broiled chicken peas cauliflower batten biscuits claret tomatoes mayonaiseicesorted cake ginger bonbons and black ee Misses Helen and Maurfo Mc inft 4frmallyMiss Kate Smith of Richmond Ky o is the guest of Miss Mattie Smith There were about twenty present and ht refreshments were served umbia Mo Daily Tribune MATRIMONIALVAnMotT T rmontofCottonburg and Miss Eliza berly of Kirksville were married ly Monday morning at the residence G W Shepherd who was the ciating minuter- WELLsFoLBYMr O T Wells Jr this city and Miss Mary Foley ot Speedwell were quietly married on t Wednesday at the home ot the des parents Mr Wells is one of towns rising young business men younglac1Annie and Ellen Euglo They willre side with Mrs A 0 Wells ou the SummlttCANFIELDHULETT On Wednesday night at 8 oclock Mhs Mary M Hu t of Berea and Mr Clare M Can field of Litchfleld Ohio were mar ried bv Rev H J Derthick at the home of C I Og Mss Hulett Is a daughter of Jaa EHolctt who lives west of town but has made liarJioinr for H number of years with her aunt Mrs J M Hart on Center street Mr Canffeld has been a student here for two years and is now employed as as aistant engineer at the Industrial build j iug Berea Citizen ICteaDtliyaylfcwsI There are now 24 500 rural free deliv y carriers in the United States Their new salary schedule in effect JiTly results in over twothlrdsof the whole force having their salaries increased 100 per annum The re maining carriers littve received in creates of less than thin amount Kentucky in general and Madison county In particular are backward in tills new and popular mode of rapid and convenient communication for the ral communities All persons inter ted should confer with Postmaster Wallace who will gladly give full information and aid For scats 100 acres of extra burst grass has not been stripped nor ad neverbilinir pond in each end of pasture one mlTe from town Call on- 22J4t GJWhiten SanaycuoY1at1XLLLRSunday arid the mountains are Incoming very popular good crowds Jeii s hanlled pach Sunday Why not tnke Advan tage of tills pervlce arid epehd the y at EtillspriugiWhierey0R will hive from 11 n tn until 535 p ro round ip rate 70c or go to JJesityviHe hpre you will have three snil alialf ours to enjoy tilt mountain tcnn ry IWRB ball games etc Round trip fare H50 WC Mills Agent rollowtar Kato fa Iffect via L i N Owensboro Ky and return li fares ns 25ct8 August 3 to 19 limited to ugust 19 account Seven Hills Chau tauqua ParkeHihI Ky rmJjtfctnrn H fares August 16 to 17 limited to August 20 account Morgan Cavalry Reunion Winchester Ky anti return 1J fares September 18 to 19 limited September account Christian Missionary Con vontion J W HAMILTON ARt Royal Saloon FIRST STREET iIirefreshingdrinks modating uptodate clerks fr Finest Wines Whiskies and Cigars Bronston Bros 273tn PHONE 140 Public Sale OF Valuable City Property The following property consisting of VorHouseandfor sale publicly on the premises at the hour of 3 oclock p m on Way Augu 1tpropertyfronliuJtfourandone half inches 45ft41 inches n parileifeet ISO and adjoining the livery thetecolldlot is a twoitory brick building now occupied by the city court and the fire department For worn accurate de scriptlon see deed book 32 page 17J stablestreet fortyfour ant threetenths feet 44 310 feet more or less and extend andfourtellthsthellneofttieSecondPresbyterian description see deed hook 40 page 370 THIRDThe following description of the vacant lot is given in deed book cage 547 oityoftween East Irvine Mild East Main Sts and bounded as follows Beginning SecunuPresbyterian east line of the city hall property property withherline of Hide k Gott with their line 59feet lislebItCOjfeetThe City hull property will first be tacanlotas a whole the bid producing the most saleTERMS price fromdaymonths each to beur six per cent in willbemoneyThis hefuundin the heart of the business section of informationsigned committee W L ARNOLD 1 J W BALES Com- A D MILLER J THE SPRINGS CO J 41 f UiL 7F 1mI fireat Sweep Out 4 t S I 7171 Beginning g Friday July zyfhN oclockIJJR MK seenr sf s s s Nothing Reserved 1this sale but everything goes at Sweepout Prices to complete our arrangements for this Sale our store will be closed a Ik from Thursday noon till Friday noon t Ir t m x We have too many goods and we need the money for them Sand we have made the knife cut deep that we may get quick returns This is4an opportunity ofa life time and you will regret it if you it s s s s YOURS FOR BARGAINS s Rice and ArnoldMaIns eet Richmond Ky a Fffi I7F 71 I71 71 717 Not a Patent Medicine Hyomci the Guaranteed Catarrh Cure Prescribed by Physicians No ono should confound Hyomel with patent medicinesthat are adver Used to cure catarrh It is as far supe rior to them all as the diamond is more aluable than cheap glass Their composition in secret but Hyomei gives its f physiciansIs ca liquidsTheease and all other diseases of the respi i HyomeiThisful curing 99 per cent of all who have BLantee to refund the money if it does inbuyingunusual powers to cure it could not be sold upon this plan ijtray A small black mare tunic about two years old come to our place on or about June 1 and line since been cared by us provingIdentityRoss di McWlllinms Gjllm Paint Lick Kv Notice to TaxPayers Madison FIscal Court Order Taxies under the Statue are due the 5th 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 fie county to have to pay some interest on Home of the claims against it To obvi ate the necessity of interest and to meet the just claims against the county the Sheriff is directed to proceed to coIlectthe taxes at once and after the o Tuly ha will levy If necessary to col lect the taxes He will advertise and send his deputies into the various die tricts as the law prescribes and will nnforce a more prompt payment ot taxes state and county J P WAGERS SM C J294t Credit is a fine thing Thrift is better Deposit with State Bank Trust Co- ESTILL SPRINGS fromfarMost Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Water Sulphur Baths The Best of Cooks Finest Ball Room in the State Splendid Music adjoiningStatesSEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months at theSprings Special rates are made after September first and more and nipreguests avail themselves of this each year For further information addrfi1St ESTILL I INCORPORATED i n WIR THOMAS MMSIJVJNIKYii r The Man jthe hot the kitchen and you just watch carefully does if 3cdoing none too pleasant wor in continual discomfort If Love Your Wife DONT ROAST HER a Buy her a GAS RANGE ind you will be Money in when you come to pay FUEL BILLS We sell the best J DETROIT JEWELL The Richmond Water and Light Company k v won Paper Clearance During the Month of July we will offer every MoireCeilingsDiscount of 25 per To clean up our stock and make room for new fall good Now is your chance will pay you to buy now and paper later Special prices on hanging during this Sale Geo M Willging BankPaints Etc Jh Jirksuille SChool 5ovT2o s axvdt vs G P Simmons Principal MARK S FEOHAH Asst Fda MISS ADA ALLEN Fda Dept of Music he Term Payable Tuition TermAGrammar 1500 IllihSchool 20 00 Department Music Indundin Instruments Practice 00uEnrollment last 101 expect to increases itOur lanoly thisteaches yearare competent and uptodate Jtomemlmr Imsioro what school Jcldinlyou patronize thatSALOONS solicit Kirksville four churches and patronage People who wish their conno others Boarding be secured following rates 75FullCatalogue und P SIMMONS Principal i KIRKSVILLE KY For bale Frhratdy will prfvatelymr house and lot on Hight Good cistern and all fruitlfor16jlf Alfred Douglas Sr Letcher Lackey Co desire to withProcter JulyNnwisYou cannot get this brand of coal from any oUter dealer in Richmond Phone Coje222in a Wi TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your fJusiness Solicited j Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY SIF 0 I i 7 C tin the ease can avoid atmosphere of v how You c Sale J cent it Incidental Fees All trades 50 cents per All fees Advance Fees A of for 20 year Wo l has NOWe from and childrencan at Sena for investigate G I H street In IytRingwlthtot return qf same to DunnjIy2Otf Take Ntlce I desire to say to time people of Maui son county that I have sold tny saloon on First Street to Broncton Brothers anywayEnriglitsoldac commodate mv customers Please will sptIJanCrEEKiionB Auctioneer canlBnk1ruittCr bywritlrigT 2i j tf TD Chenanlt Terril KyTelephone 850 M ForRtnuwiFour single or Semilimyt II r- cI I b L= f An Opportunity o In order to reduce our stock we will until September l make special prices on anything in ourlarge Vehicle stock Dont fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are allgone kc eaTTa WOTS RICHMOND KY rOPHONE Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 185 FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can u 1 he Richmond Climax nunUWEDNESDAY JULY 27 1904 Next Monday will be court day For Rubber Stamps call at this rtke 1Apicnic will be given In Merrill Pfiihams woods near Waco Saturday August Several of the business houses on second street have been treated to new ats of paint which adds materially to the appearance of the block lodge Upton Muir one of Louis ills most prominent men was drown cl last week at Cape May where he and his family had taken a cottage for the slimmer Proeter Red Ash Jellioo Coals Special prices during June and July I etcher Lackey fc Co Agts Phone PHOCIBK COAL Co i22 2m WANTED Two men to act as Aiente for Metropolitan Life Insur aiice Oo None but hustlers need ap ply Apply to Jno H Toy Aest 1tpI Oldham BIdg jly27tf The candidates for membership in the Methodist church from the recent tnion Meeting will be received into tinJchurch Wednesday night Prayer meeting begins nt 730 p m We purchased our vehicles to sell aud it yon will only call anti gat price we will prove this assertion and make of von an everlasting friend anti customer tf S L Midkiff Prop AttenUon Colored Teachers I o a iniRnndrstPndinc with eOwins tlie Colored Institute- S will begin Monday August 15th in- steadI of August 1st J WM WAOBKS n0 Supt yEXRminp our elegant display of etc before making re a purchase We are telling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkilf Prop 5cho l Fund It is reported from Frankfort that the per capita school fund this year will amount to between 325 nUll 350 There is nothing ofhoial in this report tin wever- Ifflproremrnt For Faint Lick Mr T S Biirnam contemplates build iin a two story brick warn house on i his lot ailjiiuiHi W S Fish 120 fret bj 2 Ueet The Continental Tobacco Com- panyI liars made Mr Hurnama propo tcshinn to rent tlm ware house for a term years Should they cloaK the dal this will bring in tobacco for miles around Paint Lick and be a great help to imr tow- nLTERThe deal has been rnnituna tel the continental agreeing to tak ttie house fur five veers at 750 per t Jar Paint Lick cur in Vntra R 1IuL cmiAN i I tSomething to are you satisfied with your laundryZ4T For M N Laundry Venice Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone 118 ads culled for and delivered Free of Charge Sa tistaction guaranteed Your city taxes are now due Please call andsettle TC ONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building sale Rice Arnold are conducting a gen eral clearance sale Everything in their line is being sold at greatly re duced prices See ad elsewhere Spedal Prices The Racket Store is offering some special prices on buckets and fruit jars and now that preserving time is at hand this will interest all housekeep ers Prices quoted are C quart coed tin buckets only 10 cents 1 quart Mason fruit jars 55c per dozen and 2 quart jars for C5c per dozen Gjltf Qnincy Ware Won The annual tournament of the Cincinnati Gun Club closed Friday with a handicap at 200 yards J Q Ward of Paris Ky won this event breaking 186 targets out of 200 H W Ander son of Saline Kansas was second with 184 breaks and W R Crosby of OFallen third with 181 tana told The Bennett farm near White Hall was sold on last Wednesday and through the skilltul auctioneering of Col D W Tribble the good price of 9014 per acre was realized The pur chaser was Dr David Bennett of Lex ington The contending bidders were Col J W Cuperton and Nealo Bennett Primary October 1 The Hon J Norton Fitch Chairman of the Eighth District Democratic omI mittee called a meeting of the Committee at the court house in Nicholas ville at 1 30 oclock lastThursday after noon When the Committee adjourned four hours later it had been decided to hold a primary on October 1 to select a nominee for Congress The meeting was very harmonious All the members were present The first business transacted was the settlement ot the contested cases in Shelby and Spencer counties In the former Chairman Pitch after hearing the evidence de cided in favor of Dr Beard and in the latter case declared Dr McClaskey chairman but allowed the other contestants to vote The principal speakers wnile the contests were under consider ation were Judge Hoover of Jessamine Dr Beard and Judge Beckham of Shelby and the lIon R W Miller of Madison The Committee adjourned at four oclock for a recess of half an hour Immediately upon reconvening a resolution was offered that a primary he held on October 1 to select a candi date for Congress which was adopted The Hon G G Gilbert Col Dan Moore and the Hon Harvey Helm the three candidates were present at the meeting Mrs lucie Bum topp has taken a home during the Fair at 4310 Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City EA Ttt5is always atn interesting subjeetesecial1ywtien J JU know where to find such Wu have everything r IJ in sensou in the grocery line M on 1 I Green Vegetables all kinds of J Canned Goods Fruits Candies firstIin fact everything that can be found in a class grocery We call special attention to our line J y Vof SEEDS We handle all kinds of- T FIELD AND0 a1IJ GARDEN I SEEDSCALLI HDrbq gU8lg Successors to E Deatherage 8r Co irJrte r t 4ii 01 j g g M 1t tr f ll tr a 1 A l i ti 4 l1 41 tc Ln t t 4 1 fLffr t t t t- j cwg s STRAW HATS j t Ii HALF PRICEi c V jV r Ietve cut the price on Straw Hats just half in two because we have too many on hands and they must be sold now while the season is here no matter how great 1- Af the loss w 300 For 150 5 250 125 crh 200 i4 LOOI 150 All new goods the famous Styles and Quality jf CThink of the great saving and be for first choice f 5 af line of Childrens Sailors half price QOVIGNTON BANKS + 5 for Men SC 4 t t cct 5 cIISit tr r if-h 3r It 4 Good Price Arbuckle Letcher sold abull calf to Mr William Wheeler of Virginia on last Saturday price paid for same being 100 The calf was four months oldand this is considered a good price Excursion to Uadnnatl via L A R R The L A will run an excursion from Richmond to Cincinnati next Sunday at rate of SI 50 for the round trip Train leaves Richmond at 6 In arri vine at Cincinnati at 1015 and returning will leave the Central depot at 880 p m W C Mule Agent Killed by Ufhtntaf During a heavy storm on last Tuesday afternoon a stock barn on the Cassius Clay farm at White Hallwas struck by lightning The builOing was burned and Charles Asher a yountr farmer who was in the barn was burned to death His remains were found later Week End Excursion Kates to still Springs Commencing at once and continuing until September 30 the L A will sell round trip tickets from all etatioie to Irvine each Friday and Saturday good for return until the following Monday at rate of one and onethird fares for the round trip H R Smith G F P A Card of hanksIWe earnestly desire to express ourI heartfelt thanks and to our many friends and neighbors for their loving kindness and tender sympathy luring the illness and death of our toothier Mrs Amanda Hall Also to the physicians who were so watchful and constant in attending her May God bless them all Mr and Mrs H P flied Attempted Suicide Friends here and elsewhere were much shocked to learn on Monday of Robert Duersons atterrpt to end his life by shooting himself just below the heart the ball passing entirely through his body The young man who is nineteen years of ace belongs to a prominent family in the county No cause is assigned for the rash deed His condition is very grave but the last news repurted him still alive dosed 1Wt lIt meetings which have been ill progress for the past two weeks or more closed last Sunday night with 37 additions to the different churches Theso meeting were conducted by the various pastors of the city andMnuch good has been done in our midst Some excellent and very forceful ser mons were listened toand the singing led by Prof Gamble and wife was es probablyIIthe fact that the ministerial force was somewhat reduced on account of Dr Dodges absence and Rev Weavers I affliction May the good that was done I be a lastIng good and may those who aided earnestly in behalf of the r meeting and Christianity be blessed for their earnest efforts rid by Jtilou Mi tie Sletfii lu lit fflo Prohllj r Evansville Ind July 24 After striking her sleeping husband in the head with a barn mar at 3 oclock this morning Mrs Evelyn Pitts living at 205 Jacobs avenue slashed him several times across the throat with a razor 1 inflicting wounds that are expected to ho fatal Mrs Pitts slipped quietly J into her husbai ds room and struck him a blow on the head He was awakened J and as he tried to rise the infuriated wife had used the razor on him The 19 year old son who was sleeping near 1by was awakened and grabbed his mother preventing her killing her bus Mrs Pitts was arrested jealousIII she has become mentally deranged 4 Pitts is in a eerioiis condition tonight He is a switchniau the LAJSTrilr Hl Typhoid Few Numerous friends were very much pained on last Thursday to learn of the serious illness ot Kit Covington the fourteen year old son of Mr and Mrs Tom Covington The young man had gone to St Louis to attend the fair and was taken seriously ill His lather was sent for and it was at first thought he had brain fever Upon Mr Covingtons arrival he found Kit unconscious and aarmingly ill arid Mrs Covington was telegraphed for His illness was found to be typhoid fever Friends here are anxious for news from him and trust that hie illness may not bE fatalICotton Shower P A C Infirmary July30tbf- rom two to six You are cordially invited to he present Cotton Shower 1901 The above invitation typewritten on cards with fringed cotton at either end has been sent out to people all over the town and county The lady managers of the Infirmary will receive the guests on the large front lawn and serve delicious frappe and wafers This idea of a Cotton Shower for the Infirmary is a most unique one and will prove bene ficial by supplying the institution with many needed articles in cotton and linens A good crowd will no doubt respund to the invitations and we trust that this at home in onlv the beginning of much brighter things for the P A U Infirmary SACRIFICES THURSDAY JUNE 30 Andevery Thursday in July All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices B W 13a4iu Lost During the fire which destroyed ny home on last Thursday I lost mj watch The person who picked it up will kindly return same to me al the P A C InfirmaryRev E Weaver FIre Last Thur day afternoon at four oclock the fire department was called out to the campus where it was discovered that RevE E Weavers home was ablaze The explosion of a coal oil stove caused the fire which had gained considerable headway before the department arrived On account of the distance of a plug from the burn ing building the hose reel had to re turn to town for more hose and by that time the house had burned beyond sav iuglt was completely demolished The building was the property of Contra University and was insured Rev Weaver was severely burned about the lace and hand in lua efforts ogel the stove out of the house at the be ginning of the fire He hiss the heartfelt sympathy of all in his injuries Moch of tlie furniture was gotten oui by ISeroifcefforts of thecrowcieainb- led bill everything wad badly dam igeLS fit jliII BIRTHSI BAXTER A fine son arrived Sunday to make his home with Mr and Mrs Mike Baxter at Red House and the proud young parents lire receiving the congratulations of their many friends for this their first born Mrs Baxter was formerly Miss Rina Huguely For M Louis Prof J D Clark mention of whose Paine always causes a thrill of delight among his many friends here will start about the last of Acust with a delegation of Lexington people to visit the Worlds Fair Prof Clark would like to have a big crowd of his friends from here RO with tile same delegation and he will be in Richmond soon to look into this matter There could be no better guide than the genial profes sor who is well posted on all matters arid who is sure to look after the wel fare of his party Committee ArPOlntcdI The Richmond Cominandery Knights Templar have organized for the State Conclave which will be held here next May The following Sir Knights were appointed an Executive Committee R R Jiurnam Chairman J E Green leaf W R Sbackelford R C Stockton James W Hamilton Joe Terrill and Allen Zaring This will be the first time the Conclave has been held here since 1899 and every effort will be made to make the coming Conclave a grand success Different committees will soon be appointed and no pains will be spared which will tend to the pleasure and entertainment of the visiting Sir Knights and ladies Sad News E Our community was grieved on last Satuiday over the news of the very critical Illness ol Dr J M Poyntz of this city who is at the home of his sister Mrs Annie Bean in Mt Ster ling Dr Poyntzs illness has dated back for a year or more and he has traveled here and there in search of health but his search has been in vain Friends are eagerly waiting for J news Iroin his bedside anti trusting for the best Dr Poyntz has been a practicing physician here for long years antI is one of time most honored and highly respectedot4ur citizens Dr Poyntz a 0 ate Veteran hav U big fought tor the Sunny South way back in tho sixties ahdsince that time he has held the lost cause dear to his heart and has been a prominent figure a in Confederate circles His illness is a source of much sorrow ainpng Iris friends Born In Waco Dying in Louisville Mr Fred W Bonnie aged 63 years was stricken with paralysis last Thursday at his home at 417 Ormsby Ave and can hardly eurvivo He was born near Waco this county and left here thirtv years ago He is one of the wealthy and influential citizens of Louisville The CourierJournal says Fred W Bonnie has been prominent in local business circles for many years though he has been retired for the last ten years He was a member of the firm of Bonnie Bros distillers which is now being conducted by his brother W O Bonnie Mr Bonnie was formerly the president and chief stockholder of the Louisville Bolt and Iron Company Having been interfiled in many large enterprises and having always been active in the business circles of the city Mr Bonnie is widely known and influential The news ot his raistor tune has caused deep regret The stroke of paralysis is such that in case he gains temporary relief ho will be crippled and will never have tha use of that portion of bis body which ia atfectedSCZMeflkal Rev E E Weaver wishes to express publicly nis thanks to the people of Richmond for their kindness and jieroic efforts during the karaing of his Homb duIastThiaq JIIL III For 75 cts 100 44 50s Lip 50 iif 25 u itr c clean BrighamHopkins quick Fine Outfitters andBoys a 0 appreciation bandoutright p onlpWyodby encouraging TURNER DIAThS PARTEILO Mrs Partello who was so seriously injured in a runaway on 5 Sundiy July 17 lingered just one week her death occurring on lust Sunday afternoon about 3 oclock Her condition was dangerous from the beginning but for one day her physicians had hopes of her recovery Deceased was lovely Christian woman beloved by all with whom sho came in contact Her funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at four oclock at the Christian church by Rev Hugh McLellan in the presence of a laee crowd of friends and the Rebecca Lodge of which she was a valued member Her remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Mrs Par tello leaves one daughter Mrs Joe Bush of this city who has the sym pathy ofall in her loss ITALL Last Saturday juet as the shades of night had gathered the An gel of Death entered the home of Mr and Mrs H P Reid on Glyndon Av enue and the loving aId devoted mother of tIle household dank into her last long sleep Mrs Amanda Hall wa t about 58 years old and WitS a na live of Bourbon county In early maid enliuod she became the wife of James 5hull and this union was blessed with one daughter Nannie who is now Mrs H P Reid Mrs Hall had been ill onlv one week and not until thf day befre her death was hercon ditioii considered dangerous Alt that loving hand and skilled physicians could do proved of no avail Her Mas ter called and she had to go Deceased had been a devoted member of the MI Church South for long years and was a Godly Christian woman thio numbered her friends by the score and during her last illness the esteem in whcli she was held was attested by tln constant stream of callers and inquirers According to her cwn wish no funeral services wore held only a tons and prayer at the grave these brief services conducted by WithI W Crates at four oclock on day aftnrimon all that was mortal of Mrs Amanda Hall was laid tenderly to rest beside time remains 01 her hips balI who riled in November 1801 The little cottage on Olyndon Avenue Mid and the daughter is mourning the loss of a loving affectionate and indulgent mother and no words can describe her sorrow but with kind and loving husband to support her in IHT grief sho is blessed and the Great God who doeth all things foi the best will comfort and heal the bro ken heart Besides her daughter Mrs Hall is survived bv two sisters Mrs George Brown of Paris and Mrs George Sparks of JackeonvilleBour bon county and a brother Air JAV Rymell of this city and to all of these the sympathy of the community is extended d Competitive Examination A Competitive examination for those desiring an appointment to the State Co Itgo Lexington Ky wilt be held at mr office on Saturday August 20th 100J J WM WAOEKS Co Snpt Ti Walters School T Next TermBegi- nTuesday September 6 1904 JAS T BARRET Prin Richmond Ky r Ii 1I II Mr SnlllTias Toast to The Cincinnati Elks CINCINNATI ENQUIRER HERES TO NUMBER FIVEWellh- ereilto them all Every Bill in No And to No6 itself Good fellows and a good lodge Not only that but among the best of the Best Peope on Earth Nobody here can say there is anything lacking in the spirit and the work No 5 has put in the arrangements for the success of the reunion May No 5 always continue to include among its members just such people as they have now It always will too jar we miss our guess about Cincinnati Nothing seems to be too much for No 5 The whole city ought to be proud of the fact that its members have brought what promises to be one of the greatest conventions in the history of the order to Cincinnati Every stranger is made at home and it doesnt take them long to feel it under the warm welcome they all get So here is to No 5 again J A SULLIVAN KyMemberLodge The foregoing was said in response to a request for Mr Sullivans opinion of the magnificent entertainment by he Cincinnati Lodge of the Elks Con vention last week when 30000 mem bers of that drderJt8thered m the Queen City at the greatest reunion ever held Institute The Madison County Teachers Insti tute opened Monday morning The sessions are being held at the High School building and are being conducted by Dr Roark Tonight at 830 br Roark will deliver a lecture at the court house on The Dangers of the Twentieth Century No admission will he charged and all friends and patrons of time school are cordially invited to attend the sessions of the Institute as well as the lecture Asks Damages for False Arrest Mr P L Hume a prominent livery man of Irvine Ky Saturday filed suit in the Fayette Circuit Court against Patrolman Jake Ott of Lexington as his surety the American Surety Company of New York and Policeman W F Vaughan of Georgetown for S10 000 for false arrest About the first of May a gray horse was stolen from a gentleman in George town and Policeman Vaughan cme to Lexington county court day in anj effort o locate the animal They one which answered the description of the stolen animal in the p088eS lan of Mr Hume who had come here for the day and placed him under arrest Mr Hume who is a prominent citizen of his city was indignant and vigorously protested bis innocence He finally found friends who identified him and was released He alleges in lug petition for damages that he was arrested without a warrant was held in custody for several hours and subjected to mortification and humiliation of feeling that the charge was talse andmalicious end without probable cause and that said arrest was wrongful unlawful and malicious and done for the purpose of humiliating the plaintiff and injuring him in his business the plaintiff being then and there a dealer in horses ano live stock of all kinds He further alleges that he was never taken before any magistrate of Fayette- county no warrant was sworn out for him and no indictment has ever been found against him on the charge C W Miller ana Allen Duncan are his attorneys ffi M tL c For Sale Priratelf will offer for sale my home consisting of three acres of ground with good frame dwelling con taining six rooms and hall good barn ice house and all other necessary outbuildings splendid cistern well in barn lot This property is located near Kingston at the crossing of Big Hill and Menalaus turnpikes and is close to churches and schools Terms and price reasonable For further par ticulars address RoM R Bnrnani Richmond Ky or A L HVMT jly27tf Kingston Attorney Tudor Disbarred t Attorney S M Tudor was Monday disbarred from practicing law in tins State Tlie trial wa3 held before Judge Parker and was attended by all the local attorneys who manifested much interest as this was the first case of the kind ever tried in this district The I charge was that ot mal practice bawd upon the alleged fact that Tudor had accepted money to secure the dismissal of a case he had been employed to prosecute The chief witness against Tudor was R E Smith who was arrested on warrant sworn out by a former partner charging him with forgery The partner employed Tudor to prosecute Smith and the latter testified he had paid Tudor S5 to secure the dismissal of the case Tudor he said accept ed the money and gave him a receipt dated 1903 refusing to date it at the time the money was paid Tudors tie fense was that Smith owed him an oM account and the receipt was for this money He says he will appeal the case Tudor came here from Richmond several years ago Observer I MONSTER JULY UE nHl l j Nevery in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity This JE3Isale means that our stock must bej1 Reduced Once Ii1Ji Ii It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandised It means jrIsj that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you should at- m fin tend this sale every day 6 No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought 1E11J lil stockSfIj 8 Cut to the Quick in Prices mr1 4lvi jiZJ WJ i DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS I privately 3 Kyl I a Lexington at I i Ii 1 IWS 5iir1Jli Lri E31j 0 r 331JJWhite Goods Lawns Suitings Ginghams Summer Cocseis Baby E Caps Fans Bonnets Silk GlovesHandkerchiefs Fancy Ribbons Silk LI1 oline Dusters Shirt Waist Suitings Gents UnderwearSt 4 5 ft a Itliti a ii 1L Q a t u rtyl nRulOfll- mcnn G W EVANS JR New Firmt AND A MagnificientStockof Goods L 4 Everything for the home beautiful V J can be found in our store v r m c C E and our prIces will 3 SUIIeverybody r ell On J I We are at home at Joplins old sta1d on I Main street and we guarantee the best and most polite attentn New Florence Drop tin Sewing Machines 25 30 and 35 full Fall Bearings H callCc- e Crutcher Evans f Main Street Richmond Ky J cgpA iItv A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock oi of I I I I Jf Dry Qoodsa We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsof Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction 6 White GibsonCor- ner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY JAye Pills Want your mousfaehe or beard II a reautiful brown orrich black Use The dose is one just one pill at bedtime Sugarcoated mild certain cure constipation iiSSSSi DYE nm as UUIHUIK on L r IUIL t ox lUS81A1I1L EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nccoitroiATiD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick theII We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed JAMES F CAOWELU J W HUNTER J I III tn r frr a rS zz CLOTHES I t zZtk SI z THAT FITThat is the kind we maket We handle only the best the newest andmost stylish goods stockisings J Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and prices Stouffer Mahler 0 MERCHANT TAIl ORSI Summer at Hot Springs For those who go to Hot Springer Aikansas lur tbobenefit of hualthr tho summer is really thobosttimoJl r fortunate location high up in the foothills oJ the Ozark ui aniainsin I sures a cool and delightful climate and phssicians a ro united in t tho opinion that the waters are more boncficlaYdurlngtho sum mer season 1 John Sebastin Pass Traf Mgr Chicago m They BUGKINGHAMS I ONE FARE I ELUS2Jf t For the Round Trip Throughout the Summer WElrE FORJBOOKLETS iI ilL McGuire r Dist Pa pr OhiojT J Big Hill Coal Co RETIAL YARD Estillave near L N Depot Old Christian property ALNITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 H F BARKER Agt ffl I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of JG illI IiItm to freshen up her home for summer We have everything and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most mass- iveBedroom Suits DressingTBblesIron 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 themost up to date manner Give us a call whether you want to buy or not I W S OLDHAM L ETus make you an estimate on the interior finish for that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EHiiaCORR Lexington Kentucky 1 g Illinois Central Railroad eSummer Excursion Tickets now on sale to CERULEAN SPRINGS DAWSON SPRINGSA- ND GRAYSON SPRINGS KY At Reduced Rates Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Arkand Return Wednesdays and Saturdays of each Week until September 30 J904 Only line ruumug through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co Is Issuing raisingdairying adIressand others as they are published from month to month folderslIescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky The Human Lottery AH U only I wur beautiful how hppy life would bWMany a forlorn maid has said this as she looked into the mirror It is the onepos session in the lottery of human woman would not refusepBRADFIELDS Female Regulator foryonnggirlsonthethresholdofwoman nchinghead painfulrun down they need a tonic building np and their blood cleansed forwotenisto its tonic properties and as a regulator of the menstrual flows Painful obstruct ed andsuppressed menstruation is perma neatly and all diseases peculiar to her genital organs are cured by it Regulator thecomplexion bright ens the eye sharpens the appetite removes muddy conditrnns of hOfPerfect Health for Women can be had free by sending us your address THE BBADFIELO REGULATOR co ATLANTA Annoncuements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnoande Hon D L forCongreaofDemocraticsolicited We are authorized to announce H HELM of Lincoln county a candidate for Congress from this the Eight Congressional District 8nbectto the action of the Demociatlc party We are authorized to announce HON Q G ucceedhlmaelfDistrict Kubject to the action of the Demo crutic party FRANKTURNER oftheFOR CITY ATTOBNEY UROBEISTSUct to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are arthorlzed to announce JUDGE J C ofrountythe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to BTUBPINacandidaUtfortheofflceofCoan bactionFOR COUNTY ATIORNEYc RLETCHERtorney aubJect to the action of the Democraticparty DOROOKEto leaction of thx bWeAttorneyof the Democratic parry nFOR SHERIFF WIICounty subject to the action of the DemocraIc Party We are authorize fi announce B B Million sublectCOrYEaspartyFOR COUNTY CLERK SCOflflacandldateto the fiction of he Democratic party FOR JAILERSWe are authorized to announce FS PER ofMadlaonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadlaoCountymnbjectparty OCURltYaacounty subject to the action of the Democratic artyIare announce W DEBINGEB candidate for Jailer of Madison county sublect to Ihe action of the Democratic are authorized to announce N B JONE enleoWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER flectWe are authorized to announce A J BOSS1 a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub tto the action of the Demcatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN TAYLOR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subjet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PBTDR G PARKISII candidate for Jailer of Madtsou county subject to the action of the temocratic partygANDERSONIARESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action the Democratic party We are authorized to announce KENNEDY of West End Precinct SoIas a candidate for Jnller of Madison mbject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce DUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison County subject to the action of the Democrat Ic Partyta candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announe R n TERRI LI JR candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party T14DUERSONtic partypFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P DEN TON a candidate fur Superintendent of Pub llc8choolsof Madison county rtubjcct to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent ofIPublic Schools of Madison county subject the action of the Democratic party HNOLANIPublic Schools of Madison co Diy subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSORIWe are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county partyWeGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madlgon county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce BOYD F iicountyparty We are authorized to announce S P GOOD countylubJect Startling Evidence Fresh testimony in great S constantly coining In declaring Dr vines Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds to be unequaled A arland ample He writes I had Bronchitis for three years and doctored all the time without being benefited Then Ibegan taking Dr Kings New Discovery and a few bottles wholly cured aUruntion Pneumonia and Grip Guaran teed by B C Stockton druggist Tral I1mKILLTHc COUCHANB CURE THE LUNGS kingsNiw FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS aM OLDS 50 Fr IIIPric UMI11TXZOAT J oc KONIY BACr I Fier l b1RE4tpcktoM WALLOWED ACID Newport Girl Found a Bottle In the Street Newport Ky July 2L Shockingly burned and suffering Intense agony sevenyearold Elizabeth Huber Cen tral avenue and Seventh street was carried to the office of Mayor August Helmbold Wednesday by Mrs Leon ard Etcher a neighbor The child had been playing In the street and had picked up a bottle con- taInIng carbolic acid Thinking that ihe darkcolored fluid was good to drink she swallowed half the contents of the vial Her frantic screams aroused the neighborhood The child as writhing on the sidewalk Beside her was the halfemptied bottle This was found by Mrs Either who carried e little one to Dr Helmbold Tho rompt use of emetics and soothing tions saved the life of the girL TRIAL ENDS SUDDENLY His Resignation Came While Evidence Was Being Heard Louisa Ky July 2LA sensational trial of R W Holbrook county super intendent of schools was suddenly brought to a close Wednesday by the resignation of Holbrook and an agreement between the attorneys that the proceedings be stopped A t the Instigation of the Mutual Prot- ectIve society sensational charges were recently tiled against Holbrook alleging immorality malfeasance and incompetency The trial began last Monday aJb evidence was still being eard when the end came Wediies ay State Superintendent Fuqua had Just arrived with certain records and was to have been the next witness Twelve lawyers were employed and the entire county was watching tho case with much Interest Lost Life In Burning Barn Richmond Ky July 21 During a thunder storm lightning struck a stock barn on the farm of the late Cassius M Clay at Whitehall burning it and cremating Charles Asher a young farmer who was Inside the building The mans charred remains were found an hour afterward An Insurance School Louisville Ky July 21The Insurance Educator Co under Its charter led in the county clerks office pro for tBe establishment of an in surance school at which all branches of Insurance shall be taught to per- SOns who Intend to follow that Jlno of business Carlisle Residence Sold Covlngton Ky July 21The resi ence of exCongressman John G Car at the corner of Madison avenue and Tenth street has been sold for 6600 and will be torn down The- uilding was once the headquarters of the Kenton County Democratic lub Died From His Wound Central City Ky July 21George e Vine who was struck on the head Friday evening at Clinton Ky y Oliver McGuIro with a baseball bat died Tuesday Clarence Walls said to be an accomplice has been arrest ed but McGuIre Is still at large of Killing Miss Williamson Marlon Ky July 21The Jury In the case of George M Sisco charged with the murder of Miss Bertha Wil liamson rendered a verdict of not guilty Wednesday night at 9 oclock This is the second trial the first re u1tIng In a hung jury Fell Under the Cars Central City Ky July 21Earl Do Witt aged 22 the L S N brakeman ho fell under the cars at Diamond and was so badly mangled that the amputation of one leg was deemed necessary died at his homejfi Russellville d The Requisition Honored Topeka Kan July 21A requisi tion from Gov Beckham of Kentucky on Gov Bailey for the return of WIl Ham Payne to that state has been honored Payne Is accused with at tempting to murder In Kentucky eight years ago Refused a Marriage License Louisville Ky July 2LS E Short- sI long on determination He halls rom Franklin Tenn and seeks toed Miss Smith of St Louis who accompanies him Both are under age and have three times been refused a license IMet Death By Drowning Ky July 21Caleb Fan nln aged 24 years son of Rev Joseph annie met death by drowning In Ty arts creek while In bathing He was subject to epileptic fits and was attacked with the disease while in the- aterw He Took Poison Paducah Ky July 21Charles Short aged 30 years died from laudanum and arsenic taken with suicidal ntent He was a fish dealer and poll and the death of his baby last week unbalanced his mind His Little Diversion Mayklng Ky July 21Fred Cook a Cincinnati showman was arrest d at Sand Lick charged with shoot- Ing off the insulators on telephone oles He was placed in Jail at Whltesburg Farmer Struck By Lightning Hopklnsvllle Ky July 21Ewell Minor 24 farmer was struck by lighting while at work In a wheat field near Pembroke and instantly killed is brother was knocked Insensible There are 350 volcanoes which hava shown life in modern tim- esFEMALE WEAKNESS StPoauvcu 17 laOs I of Cardui superior Usedandfarad for niur monthi with enppresed menstruation which throughmrsweR up and I would feel no weak I feltdlaconraged ofCardul aweaktheagoniesregular and without pain Wine of good that Cardul wiablttnx nqj tA M tmm Jf titr UuerPortIandBcoauijoLeagPeriodical male weakness Wine ot Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of irregularmensetany female weakness If you are havefailedthe world you should try Wine of thatheadaches ofCarduII WINEor 1 CARDUI I I 1 r p 1 0 0 0 0 GT0L4 o 0 0 The purchase price of a cooking range FOr the modestshould be considered home or palaIbast of all by a family of e flat rshIncsmall means Great Sacrifice Sale New CLOThING 25000 worth ofclothing S Regardless of Gos show Thousands Mens Suits worth J5J8 20 BOYS SUITS at worth J and 2 J are in For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 thn Bright store room on Main street now by Mr T A tf licB Laura S Bright Sunday trains on the L A gives you an to spend time dry at Estill or in tile See notice for anil rates Bell ih famous Javecka fertilizer from 16 00 lo 36 per ton I3llt Wire Fence I am agent for the LAMB WIRE Those to the best wire fence will call on or Ri WARRING No one can furnish you with ProNE Red Ash Coat but at this point Whv will you burn the best Phono 142 PBOCTKR COAI Co to the to state tRat jt is on sale at the placed in Madison county AElmmons Searcy Hamilton S W Young Mens 50 brings Benjamin COoS FINE CLOTHING LOUIS X GUS STRAUS occupied Robinson opportunity Springs mnrfntains elsewhere suheilule ShackeUordCo celebrated FENCE wisliinR ayllOltv jp222m TO THOSE purchase celebrated Wire FenceJJ1AOEjjJ pleased JVWkttlock reaterI WeanenC EarlyITCoy R chmond Waco Red House Baldwin Newbj Valley ViewI Ruthton Edenton Paint Lick Wallaceton h4 6Q YEARS 1 ilprDcsvNeCofoYAIGHTScAtqutcltIY UOSfIalui our opinIon tree whether eounlcaUDalBert frs txdet ncy for aeearip rotyePac44i RntrkawA eto aearp 1I jlQ To the cost of a range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The Majestic the standard jeverywhere Because the Majestic is built right all the heat properly distributed IIIt will pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX- PENSIVEfes sSft Call and see them at our store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the market Arbuckle Simmons Sole AgentsaRichmond Ky p of We of at 99and 99c 150 Suits 5 worth 78and 10 BOYS WASH PANTS 5 cent s At this sale every cents you back We Sole Agents Kentucky for lf Alfred pnrchnoo nddresH JDLONG iniudICy Jellieo Lwtcher LackyCo wishing Page Wears following rbnclUe OFlnnel MMtera StappBurton EXPERIENCE THADC MARKS cheap Calland see the ass TOkTcxakcYt R and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is lined and why it will use onehalf the ice that it tales to run the socalled Refrigerator at 0 0 IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK which absoibs all the moisture and makes i- t3OTtSS 8 Vvc We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined Di ShdcMford Co There is nothing li- keGOOdFL OUR Every housewife every cook knows that v Good Gakes Rolls IF A Biscuits cannot be made without good Flout Our mill turns out the very best that car be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the Iatest Our brands are EIHston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY TH Elliston Mill Co WAGQ KEiNTPQffYII n I I J II J aI I a JI a 2 II a tI Ia J II 1I 4I Ia ti f AiJ lit Ri