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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1L l n THI3 RICHMOND jl GLIMAX J TIJ IirLJJMENUMBER 11 r f PHONE 80 1 E C WINES DRUG STORE Ii COR MAIN FIRST 71 7171717f 7f F7F mm E The Huslhqg Cash Store 1 l j Fq IE VV 3WS I I1L T i 7 j 1i LVi 71 T LACKEY AND HAMILTON tI- c ili w m 7Fn 7I 7 JJS 7I7i ++ ++CALL AT JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbyilutionQ- cHttlne Saratoga Water Kepi on Tap SSS Phone 3 Second St The Calvert MISS WILLIE K HOOKER PHOriSIKTUESS Rates 100 per Day pecial Rates to Large Parties sail FINNEY AVENUE ST LOUIS MOay On the Teeth Depends the condition f ilix funeral lunllh Reninvinsr or Ii II v thonjfttd t b mentis tim Ttfl1OVH1 of ihpV au iii of mieh disease The skillful applica tion of t DENISTRY fhis nut only rolltvud pain but pio lunfol life Snlid In1l1etbV 50 GolPllli 1 50 = Amlnm Klln 7V Teeth ExinioHfl 25 Allour work fully guarnnhlfd Will g v tisfaotlon ui tbir all oircunil stancesV H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky t Diamonds c WatchesV Cocks r Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry tlJandPrecious Stones rvery description rIhese are some or the Vto be found at Lanes Jbwelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring c needs repettlne takit it to LaneV hell fix that too If yon want anything that can bf found In a first class Jewelry ebtabllshmpnt go to Lanes He ic well fixed c in these kind of articles v 9 L E Lane V c Jeweler and Optician T 0 PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORNEYS R rill MILLER ATTORSKYATLAW RICHMOND KBKTl1crrt Office n the Barnam Building next door to armera National Bank eb3ly SULLrV ANj4 ATTORNEY ATLAW RIOHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street 10 LVM OIIENAULT- ATTORNEYSATL4W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyqtLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY CSTOffico over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennette old law office over Perry Thomas drug store PT5IOIMTS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY dice in the Dr Hobson building MinStreet DENTAL SUEaEET Or OaUxduvc t Vo soxv DKNTISr OF LOUISVILLK KY Offlce next door to Government Building IchmSnrt Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to noTlly V M Blanton DENTIST ejOEce in Bennett Building Hanly TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 MrsEOYanceDO iiIOsteopathic Physicians Hobson Bull HUE Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduate Southern School ot Ostheopathy DR LANDMAN HofelGlyndon Wednesday Aug 10 loot Eigrire Sale Mr 8 S Carrier and son Who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now laving an immense fire sale and are oflerinK things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 3 els per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer chandise all now and fresh coffee lOcts lb and calico 5c work shirts latestlfl8l1lonscorn oak and chestnut posts any length for Rale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offrr things atsuclYlpwprlces We pay cash for all kind of produce Give lisa tiaij 82Jurit v tie 1 i Good Clean CQlI 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 satisfac tion everytime you buy a load of coal from us Callor Telephone Ettyviil GoW D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 110 and Yarl t ps JVClI OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Evory drop guarai teed to be pure It in J of old style manufacture NO- BE11ER y can be found for medicinal pur You want tha StilctlyVToFamily 10 veur old in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles S5 5S Ijugs J250 Jf5 bottlpst3 New Whisky 1 SOpergallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY IJrop Old Joe DistilleryV f Afojirajer novlvr Anderson county Ky Notice to TaxPayers Madison Fiscal Court Order to Taxes under the Statue are due the 15th of March each year A great many of the taxpayers of Madison county delayed the payment ot their tues until the 1st of November cud have delayed so long as to cause tie county to have to pay some interest on some of tie claims against it To obviate the necessity of interest and to meet the Just claims against the county the Sheriff is directed to proceed to collect the taxes at once and after the first of JTulxb a will levy iLnncesurv to col lect the taxes He will advertise and send his deputies into the various districts as theJaw prescribes and will onforce a more prompt payment ot taxes state and county JK WAGERS 8 MU J294t j tpllowin Kates In Effdyla Lit N Owensboro Ky and return 1J arcs plus 25cts August 3 to 10 limited to August 19 licconnt Seven Hills Chan tauqua Pnroll Hill Ky end return 1 J fares August 1C to 17 lImited Lc August 20 account Morgan Cavalry Reunion Winchester Ky and return JJ fares September 18 to 13 iiitii ted September i accVnnt Christian Missionary Con ftntiQ iJ Vl1OOLtgfA t i DRESS NAMING LATEST FAD Iiondoa Craze Taken Up by Women tpantA fad said the girl who knows to a Philadelphia Record J parUculardresses makers began It but now the wearers of ths creations are taking It up il 4The First Kiss as originally putout by a maker was of white so far as the color scheme wentwlth edgings and ends of the stuff tipped with rose leaf shaped bits of crimson but whether these dashes of red were Intended to suggest lips or not I donot know A Dream of Paradise was trimmed with filmy lace through which ran tiny threads of silver with an occasional sliver heart Now many gowns are being named by the women who order them sometimes after a male friend and sometimes to suggest a sentiment appropriate to the occasion on which they are to be worn Second Thoughts for Instance was the name given to a severely plain gray costume ordered by a lively widow upon returning to London Just after attending a house party where the doings were so gay as to cause almost a scandal The Idea Is that the mood of the wearer Is suggested In the name of the costume and the name Is more or less suggestive In Its style and appearance I havent yet heard of anybody ordering a Divorce Suit yet but that may come BUGS RAISE LAND VALUES English Farmer Realizes an Average of 2000 a YeAr from the Sale of Bare Insects All entomologists know that rare butterflies or moths recur again and again In due season In one small farm notibeforIItunemen says London TitBits To favored spot ardent entomologists flock and will pay a fee to be willII to hunt for the insect Itself or for aiLincolnshiresmall fortune upon a dismal swamp meadow surrounded by dikes and small wIllow trees for In this field specimens of the gorgeous Camber well beauty butterfly have been found when they have been almost nonexistent elsewhere Only lately some acres of sedge were burnt In the district known as Wick ham Fen and every entomologist in the land Is mourning the fact for in this locality Insect specimens havo been found that were thought to have died out In England There Is one small plantation at the edge of a con siderable forest that solely through the insects found there brings in to the owner an average of 2000 a year The actual value of the land Is only a very few pound- sLARGEST STEAMBOAT CARGO It Consists of 48000 Tons of Coal Loaded on Flatboats and Lashed to VesseL One of the largest cargoes ever handled by a single steamboat was sucesgfully maneuvered down the Ohio and Missis sippi rivers from Louisville and dis tributed below VIcksburg by the towboat Sprague It consisted of 46000 tons of coal loaded In 46 huge wooden flatboats all lashed tightly together and to the steamer The tow covered an area of five acres and was as large as half a dozen Atlantic liners side by sideFew persons who have not actually seen the massive tows which descend the rivers from Plttsburg to New Orleans have an adequate idea of the magnitude of the steadily Increasing commerce which Is there carried on or of the car goes which are handled by the shallow draft sternwheel steamers Along the rivers of western Pennsyl vania and West Virginia the 1000ton wooden barges are loaded and made up Into rafts When the river Is high enough to give good coalboat watera clear channel of 11 feet or morethese are rushed out of the shallower part of tho Ohio and gathered along the bank either above or preferably below the falls at Louisville If the river is very high the tows are made up at Plttsburg New Automatic Compass M Hell a French Inventor has de vised a new type of compass which Is of an automatic nature The of the compass by this dlrecUonI automatically registered mlnune so that by consulting the chart the ships officers can ascertain the route traversed at any time during the passage The compass card Instead of having at its center an agate resting on fixed steel point Is fixed on steel pivot which rests on a fixed agate The lat ter Is Immersed In a drop of mercury which serves to conduct Jhe current of electricity that makes the registering movements of the apparatus possible Emigrants Like America Best Of the 2600000 emigrants of German nationalitywho left the fatherland dur lug the 33 years since the formation of the empire 907 per cent came directly to the United States With all the efforts that have been made to stimu late emigration to Brazil and to the German colonies In Africa and Asia It has dwindled to a meager fragment Need More of Her Xind The sermon of a woman street preacher In Chicago one Sunday recently caused Charles Floethe a habitual crim inn to surrender himself to the police and requestthat he be punished There cannot be too much of that sort of street preaching in Chicago The Death Penalty 4little thing sometimes results in death Tints a mere scratch insignificant cuts or puny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Buckleng Arn ca Salve ever handy Its the best Salve earth and will prevent fatalit when Unrn sores Ulrer and Piles threaten Only 25c at R 0 Stocktoifs drugstore 1m Procter Red Ash Jellico Coals special price during June and July Letcher Lackey Co Agtp Phone 142 PRqC1E CoAL Co je22 Sm Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oflimes comes as it result ot unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint Iud Constipation But thanks to New Life Pills they put an endto it all They are gentle but thorough Try theOnly 25c guaranteed bv R C SIp kton druegist lira For iuibber SUunpj8 call M this cfUcei VV t t af WHITTAKER OA B POST It Will Separate From the Kentucky Department Louisville Ky July 29To emphasize their refusal to be led by a mem bex of the race they fought to free the members of Walter C WhIttaker Post No 75 will separate from tho Kentucky department and take a spe cial train to the O A R encampment at Boston In August and after arrlv ing there may bring up the Negro question When Department Commander Bausmlth of Kentucky took up the arrangements for sending the Kentucky delegation to the encamp junIorgation In the parade the senior commander and Commander Bausmlth himself not desiring to attend On account of the fact that Pearco Is a Negro Whittaker post took the actlou referred to and members are commu PostsInthese may Join Whlttaker post In the stand taken At the recent state encampment of the Kentucky G A R held at Frank fort a movement was started looking to the ultimate separation of the Ne gro and the white members It was shunted aside but the order In Ken tucky16 much agitated over the mat ter whlch wlll undoubtedly come up again About onethird of the Ken Negroes tucky members of the G A R are CUSTER GARDNER HANGED He Was Almost Carried Up the Steps to the Scaffold Munfordville Ky July 29CusteoI Gardner was hanged In tho county jailI yard here Thursday morning for the murder of Esquire Osborne and son Dave Osborne by Sheriff John R Isaacs Gardner did not seem to be the least excited but refused tj climb the steps to the scaffold Ho was al most carried up After reaching the top however he was perfectly calm and made a short talk before the lever was sprung The drop fell at 546 and he was ConInesday night on account of a rumor that a mob was coming to liberate Gardner and 70 heavily armed jnen toIi everything passed off quietly until the hanging when one of the guards accidentally let his gun be discharged In the crowd of about 300 on the outside This created considerable excitement but no onewas hurt A CIVIL WAR VETERAN The Body of Taylor Hayne Found Near a Distillery In Hlndman HIndman Ky July 29JThe body of Taylor Hayne 71 years old a civil war veteran was found 20 steps fromI Collins distillery He was addicted to drink and hogs had eaten away one side of his face A fracture ot the skull and other wounds however which could not have been inflicted by hogs were found The body show ed evidences of having been terribly beaten with clubs and rocks Silas Jasper and McClellan Collins sons of Robert Collins the distiller were arrested charged with the murder Forgery Charged Louisville Ky July 29Robert C Nuckols though held under three bonds of 500 each on the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was arrested Thursday night on the charge of forging the name of J K Atherton Co to two notes aggregating 537610 which were discounted at the Union national bank A Strike at Paducah Paducah Ky July 29Shlp calk era and carpenters on the marine ways struck because the management refused to discharge a union calker who It was alleged attempted to die organize the union A great amount of work is on the ways Swarm of Ants In Newport Newport Ky July 29 Millions on millions of flying red ants armed with stingers are invading Newport from the direction of Bellevue Street car conductors motormen and passengers coming east Into the city are forced to shield their faces Boy Accidentally Kills His Brother Sturgis Ky July 29 While the 10 and 12yearold sons of Joseph Lilly were out hunting tho younger was accidentally shot and killed by the eld er since which time the latters mind has been unbalanced from grief over the tragedy V Killed By a locomotive Central City 29Jobn D Edwards a blacBsffiitb at the Glsh mines three miles jftest of here was killed by an englde on the Illinois Central railroad Both legs both arms and his head were cut off Wanted on Charge of Killing Mlddlesboro Ky July 29 Sheriff Ball of Lee county captured on Wale lins creek William Belt Wilson alias Anderson wanted at Falls Creek Wis on a charge of killing Sheriff Patton two years ago ExSheriff Robinson Dead Frankfort Ky July 29Joseph ItRobinson aged 81 former sheriff and prominent in banking and religious circles died hero Thursday afternoon One of his daughters Mrs lIen Farm er lives In Chlctgo Millinery merchants are complaint ing ot poor trade End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fltht with an abscess on my right lung writes JI of Da Pout Q and gave me up Everybody s thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discov pry for Consumption The benefit I received wan striking and I was on my feet in a few day Now Ive entirely gained my health It conquers all ConaliR Colds and all Throat and Lung troublps Guaranteed by RC Stock ton Price SOc and 1 Trial bottles free 1m fft Feat Four elejmnt officB noms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son lSniytfVWe baveseyorBhown alarger stock ol Carriages fiumw Busies and runa bouts than we ndw have ort display in our show room It will pay you to ex- amIne i thin before rbnylng We also ilo rcpalrincandlfejfliining in heel rtan tiers at prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed for one yeaiv Call mid see URr icbfiG Omag WorM ti piLMcikUfll oj c 1II 3 JIIIIIltL vut Mothersar I WORD IN MOTHERS cAnt WHEN HURSIHO AN IHfAHT AND IN THS THAtTIMESCOTTS EMULSION aUPPUfSTHl IlXTRA STRENGTH ArID NOURISHMENT SO NCCE3SHRY FOH THS HEALTH Of BOTH MOTHER AND CHILD Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 494 Pearl Street New Y- orkPublic soc and 100 all dniggisu Sale OF Valuable City Property The following property consisting of the City Hal Livery Stable or Work Hougeand building lot will heoffered for sale publicly on the premises at the hour of 3 oclock p m on tty August id 1at propertvfrollliuCfoqrmidone half iifches 45ft inches more or less and running back in par eightyfeetstable of CT Samuels Co and the Second Presbyterian Chinch On this lot is a twostory brick building now occupied by the city court and the fire department For wore accurate duo scription see deed book 32 page 17 SECOND The two story livery ate ble or workhouse fronting on Irvine street fortv four and threetenths feot 44 310 feet more or less and extend ing back one hundred and fifty and fourtenths feet 160 4 10 feet more or to a point on the Hue of theSecond Presbyterian Church For further dp criptiou see deed book 40 page 870 descriptionr41 Lag 547 A certain lot of ground in the city of Richmond Ky and In situated be tween Eat Irvine and Kiisl Maui Sts and boundel us follows Beginning at the nortliwpf corner of the tecond IrcsbyteriHt Juiirch lot and on the nat line f IB city hall property ilxnce wit Ii the lIne f city hall property northwest flltyelght 58 feet to M irv Burnams southeast corner with hur lute eastward sixty feet to the lint of HiFle Gott with their line 59kfeetar resaid church lot on line of Hisle jOlt with line of said church lot westward sixty and onehalf 001 feet to the bell ning The City Hall property will first be sold then the livery stable and vacant lot the property will then be offered an a whole the bid producing the most motley to constitute a sale ERIS Onehalf f purchase price due and payable in six months from dnv Of sale the remainder In twelve mouths each to bear six per cent in terest a note with good securety will be required with a lien retained on said property for the purchase money This property is among the most de sirable tor Misiness purposes to be found In Richmond situated as it is in the heart of the business section of thin city For further particulars or information call on or address the undersigned committee 1JCom- A D 11LTERI Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James T vis deceased situated near the L N R R depot in Richmond Ky Siiid place contains 5 12 Acres of Land with a gold two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair g od eisUrn and all necessary out buildings good orchard and every th ng to make it a desirable place of reidenee Anyone desiring to examine the propertythe undersigned will tam pkasurcin showing same H R TEVIS iSSmvtf RICIIMONDKY S2S to Denver Gslsrado Springs or Poeblo J3StoSaIlLake uty Utah Corresponillngly cheap rates to other Colorado and Utah points The rates quoted abov are from St Louis and for round trip tickets good to return UMil October 31st 1904 The Wabash is he only line running to the main eii trance of i he Worlds Fair tirounds Hilderaof Wabash tickets can have their toaiigmr checked to andfrom the niw magnificent Wabash Iassenger Station directly at the maui entrance Ten days stop over allowed at St IX UIH on one vaytir routd trip tiuketg going or returning Call on or write for parr titulars EdvSvift S P k Wabaslr R R CareofSO Garew Bldg Cincinnati 0 Vtot RentVNice dwelling house and blacksmith feljopj at Moberly stationV Hi K Moberly 1jim Moljerly Ky Suicide Prevented Tho startling announcement that a all Huicide had been disc er will interest many Arim downs enl or despondency Invariably pre clle suicide and something has been Mind that will preventithafcconrUtfon which maks suicide IJkeli At the first thought of sell destruction take i fittrie BItterp It being a great topio and uervln will strengthenthe nerves otid build up the system Its also a p1 vat Stom cli Liver and Kfdnoyrtg or Only 60o SatislaitipnBuaran I 1 by R O Stockton druggist i For Shampooing rinAo Fa cial Massage and a11klinls Of toilet Teq sites call on Mrs Alica Juries next tfivir to Pigga grocery t OhMain street 2Oatf btray L Anmall black mare mnie abouUwo veirs old come to our plice op 0n t Juno 1 and has Binge bjjenMred bvfis Owner can have som UyJ roriiig- Identity end piiylng hiargesV floss SMcWlhItams dJllM t rf T ro 4 tJt tt It = It II o 1 r TALK ABOUT TONICS IIiI Little Price Convention machination Why alivetherest isnt anything stores that will make fellow brace up andHfeel oatsIlike suit of clothes that fits perfectly and becomingly and good materials IJThats Weiz ScAoss JIsgetting is and arei Ioffering If 4 I You buy Clothing here with a full knowledge of its worth We V 7tell the truth itt You will know just you can expect of it in the way of service As for JT Style and Pitthat shows for itself But best of all Clothing we offer is consid C rate of your pocket book Think of buying a suit like either of shown in the picture At so a ass 0 Iop7 IOUR LOOM END SALE VI I is over and almost all the Loom have been sold but Loom End Prices on allISpring and Summer Merchandise 1 will still be given until lots arc closed out Get our prices before buying elsewhereVOurs is the Store that Saves you Money W D OLDHAM eotreat Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at 0 each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Midklff Prop Our have a grace and comfort that only artist can make StoufFer Mauler DAVID BENNETT HILT went home from the St Louis a dig credited trickster William J Bryan went home loved by more Americans than any other citizen and honored by all So much for devotion to princi plo so much for high integrityand so much also for the Hill type of and politics man in forty drug a his a new is the Kind you Get when that said you know what you ii are we know what we 6 J you about what the those v Ends the entire nu bargain clothing peanut L H BLANTON I 1DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsiyr Phone 85 itrbi 1 ELDERS fOBARGIN STOREJ jqiI 15q of Warm Weather Suggests 4- 4s ofII the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm wCther fabrics as VP 1are made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevailthroughcut this eI mone3rsavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying Mere 1 Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with ci choice wash fabrics as this store is famous forV A J Extra good 12t Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc 3P Corded Midrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists V regular 12ic grade lOc VWe 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 Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shads to select from 12c India Linen 7i to25c Boys and Girls Stochla gsspeclals40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread StockVIngs high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 91 worth 25c at lc pair 40 dozenBicycle Stockings the iron sear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed double heel and toes made of sorviceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at lOc per pair MnUioJS10 If and 21k yard Carpets l2q to 25 yard See our stock of Bugs Oil Cloth 20 to 75c vd g4Wo are showing the prettiest stock or Mens SuitSat 4 9S to 510 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits 8 Knee Suits SI toS5 Mens Shirts 25c to Straw Hats men and boys 58 up to 25 qStock of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from 39c to S6 pall Poles 8 and lOc l Brass extension rods 8 10 and 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to 4Sc Pants 40c Gowns 48o Skirts 50c Ask to see thorn Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 125 to it 875 Theyare Leautics t s MILLINERY ta11 More beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and surprisingly Low Prices Shirt Waist Hats tho most beautiful styles at to 3 98 Hundreds of beautiful trimmed lists iadv for your choosing mi bed at special Low Prices to nuit nil purses Childrens School and Dress Hats how ere ofev ry dtFcllption gcethem Bleached Pillow Cases full size and fine quality choice wearitR quell Ities 12j Ladles anti gents Handkerchief 510 and 15n Parasols 40c to I95 Corsets 25c to EO d Shoes and Slippers all prichs Picture Frames 5 10 18 25 29 and 40o We have just received about 600 pictures from 5o up to 25c each Do not faH to see them We have only a few Jardinertis left atiis 9 3439 and 4Dc AJII 1hVV Respectftdl Submitted tCS tHe Ci Trade M d rf iVVfi 7 W I 1 12 i- o if E VIderIi a L j1 ir VitZ I I IVL J l E 0SSeS 1 i8e eeSSSS4 se teSSSS1SeS8tststj e t i I Crutcher and Tribole s S 1s Gents Furnishers Se e To Reduce Stock S I s To reduce our stock b July Jst before taking invoice we Ia Iare offering our entire stockofr uJi Shoes oqd Geits furnishings iii 141 11- S ig l I At Greatly r Reduced Prices I gi p iJJ FOR CASH ONLY fi s l 1 E Call in and get our prices and you will be convinced S IS o 11 PJJ CRUTCHER TRIBBLE j l S S s 11 Is S Main Street Richmond KentuckyI l4I0 S SSlSSlS SSSlSlS SSSUSS SSSSSSSS SS S lUSISeISSSSSSSSOSS OS OSS 4 SSOS SS SSSSOS QSSSSSSSSS SSS SS SSS The Richmond Climax DHTIBHCUCVEKY WBDNHflllAY BT The Climax Printing Co Incorporated RNAUtJI MILLER Editor tpwelltI DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Kx U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia tI ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS B1YAN- of Nebraska LAST Thursday Heron Van Plenhve lOi Mim Minister of Interior was kill d hJa bomb beint thrown under his friage near Warsaw station in St I rburg The assassin waa eaptur cl and is said to be ft Jew Intense vxritrniont prevailed Von Plehve is rn Jered second only to the Cur in iMipirtaBee He has been minister nee 1902 later reports announce V a4aasin deadiIT is announced that Miss Pauline Ator daughter of W W Astor and hi ess to 100000000 will wed H siMnderClay of london Poet nup tial advice will probably MJ it was- H rrvSpeederMoneyTIlE used to yell Hurrah for Jeff Davis will havo nod ftiulty in attuning their voice to Hurrah for H G IavisMttc- rJing SentinelDemocrat WILLIAM JKNNIMU BKYAS held ev crvnne spell bound by his speech lie fore the St louis Convention He asked for a suspension of the time which was granted It is said that as he proceeded tbe great hall became as silent as a church a tribute that had hern paid no man since the Demo cratic Convention bad opened After stating that twice he had borne tbe standard for the party Bryan continued I come tonight to this Demo rate Convention to return tha com mission and say that you may decide whether I fought a good light You may dispute whether I have finished mv course but YOU cannot deny that I have kept the fa- ithBrowers Summer Furnitureat r prices 10 per cent off on Old Hickory Goods Vudor Porch Shades other porch furniture etc 25 per cent off all Furniture A rare chance to get goods at a lOW price This week Cash only CFBrowerSiCo Exclusive Sole AgentsJMAIN AND BROADWAX p LEXINGTON KY- JIIJ 4 ED BLANTON C- Lumber t and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TEUEPHOIVD 425 WP are authorized to announc JOHN W KALLARD a candidate for Sl rinof Maditou county subject to the notion nf the Democratic par- tyPERSONAL Mr Phil Willging spent Sunday in Fraukfort Miss Sue Deathorage is with friends n Lexington Mr Tom B Crutohor spent Sunday in Xieholasville Mrs Hugh MuLollan returned Sun day from Mt Sterling Miss Mamie Piokels is in Lexington visiting Miss Martha Dunn Miss Elton Eagle is entertaining Miss Kate Kodd of Crab Orchard Mr J H Haseldon of Lexington has been in this city for several days Rev and Mrs J W Crates left las Friday for a visit to friends in Millers burgMrs Silas Yoagor of Lexington i visiting Mrs Louis Schlegel near town Miss OHio Pigg of Lexington spent last week with her aunt Mrs Charlie PlggMrs Georgo Simmons has returned from Louisville where she visited relatives Miss May Wallace Ballard has re turned from a visit to friends in Mt Sterling Mr C W Turner of Paris was the guest ot Miss Eula Jackson ThursdayMr M Nelson of Lexington was tbe guest of MigJ Elfyn Gilbert Wednesday Mr William McKay of Macon Ga was hero lat week visiting MleaUai tie Letohor Mr John Warfield left yestordav for Richmond Sundays Lexington DemocratMr Mrs Joo Myers returned last week from a short stay at the Worlds fair Miss Agnos Frances of Lexington was here lost week visiting Mrs Louis Schlegel Dr T J Taylor went over to Pine Grove Sunday to ste his sister Mrs Tevis who is ill Miss Aline Watts has returned to Chilpsbnrg after a visit to her sister Mrs II M Wanton Mrs B II Luxon returned Suntla Deafness Cannot be Cures v By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to curedeaflJ and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the enetachlan tube When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of tan are IIgbutCOOK services We will give One Hundred Dollars or any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CttE EY Co Toledo O velsiiikiJp rljthllbIIh tai f night from n two weeks visit to her mother in Cincinnati Mrs Joe Harris and Miss Margaret Clayton of Beattyville were in the citya few hours Friday Miss Katie Mahoney a very attractive young lady from Lexington is the guest of Mrs M F Enright Professor I C Hunt of Thomasvl lIe Ga was here last week visiting Mrs William Crowe and his wife who is summering here Mrs K G Wiggins entertained at tea on last Friday Mesdames Ward White Clay and Dodge Miss Margaret Parrish of Cinci n ati was called to this city by the serious illness of her mother Mr A D Miller went to Indianap oils Friday to attend the funeral of his cousin Miss Pearl Miller Mr and Mrs Andre Scanlan were called to St Louis last week by the death of the formers mother Rev and Mrs Orland Beck hadas their guests last week Misses Kate and Florence Beck of Stanford Miss AHio Stewart of Red House left last week for a two weeks visit tc friends in Newport and Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Ed Cornelison have moved from Mis A C Wells on the Summitt to the Henderson house Mr Lee Smitha formerly of this city but now of Athens Fayette Co was among the Courtday visitors hareMiss Marguerite Dykes entertained at an elegant dinner Friday in honor of Mrs R L Gentry Jr of Nashville Tenn Miss Janie Pryor returned to Paris last Friday after a two weeks visit to her cousinsMasters James and Rob- LeedsMiss Smith was welcomed home last week from an extended visit to relatives in Columbia and Fayette Missouri Miss Ruth and Master Willie Zerr of Frankfort are the pleasant guest of their aunt Mrs George Nelson on East Main street Mrs W C French who has been so seriously ill is now rapidly recovering much to the delight of her fam ilyand many friends Miss Dove Embry came over from Lexington yesterday to visit friends She will go with a party from here to Crab Orchard Springs Miss Helen Doyle of the P A C Infirmary will leursunday for Col un us 0 to spend her vacation and enjoya much needed rest Mrs R L Gentry Jr and little son Newton will leave Saturday for their home in Nashville after a months visit to relatives in this city Mrs A D Miller entertained tea on last Thursday evening in honor of Mrs R L Gentry Jr of Nashville and Miss Ollie Pigg of Lexington Mr and Mrs M H Hubbard are spending week at Estill Springsaod will also visit relatives and friends in Richmond Ky Lexington Leader Mrs John Arnold is at the bedside of her mother Mrs Henry Jones I Mt Sterling Mrs Jones ls very ser expectedyMiss Grace Lockridgo goes to Richmond today where she will be a member of Miss Mary Ballards house partyMt Sterling SentinelDemo crat Chlca1Mrs jo ty and Miss Allie Hensloy of West Bern are guests of Rev and Mrs G W Shepherd Professor and Mrs J W McGarvey yhaveton people and left yesterday for St Louis to attend the fair Miss Mary Barrett Smith entertaIn delightfulj t ic Dancing aid refreshments were the features of the evening Miss Van Greenleaf who recently underwent a very serious surgical operation has recovered sufficiently to be at home She returned Sunday much to the delight of her many fiiends Senator and Mrs McCreary of Rich mond have returned home after a visit in the city to their relatives Mr nnd Mrs John McDowell Ross They pro just back to Keitncky from St Louis where the Senator attended the Democratic convention and both en joyed the Exposition Lexington Leader The engagement bf Rev W O Shewmaker pastor of the Prcsbytcri ian church rt Pisgah Voodford COlD ty and Miss Annie Dudley of GeorgeA town has been announced ding to be celebrated August 9th Mr Shewmaker well known here havingattended Central University for a number of years His affianced bride is the daughter of Dr R M Dudley on fitlastyoThequests included the members of the younger set who made merry until a late hour Elegant refreshments added much to the enjoyment of all present and each one departed voted their hosts many thanks for such a pleasant timetExGavernof and Mrs William O Bradleyannounce the engagement of their daughter Miss Christine Duncan Bradley to Dr John Glover South of Frankfort The date of the wedding has not been fixed nor have anyof the arrangements been made except that it will take place in the fall at the Warren Memorial Church at Louisville Miss Bradley is one of the most popu lar girls in Kentucky Dr South is one of the leading physicians in Frank fort He is the son of the late Barry South who was a prominent polltiC clan and brother of Mr Jerry of Arkansas at one time Lieutenant Governor of that statecAnnouncement has been made of the engagement of Mr Charles Wag ers of Station Camp Estill county to Miss Willie Joe Hamilton of Irvine the wedding to occur 11th at 1theprospective bride who is a very at tractive woman is a petite blonde and is much admired for her sunnyand lovable disposition She is well known hWagersWagers and is a young man of sterl- Ing qualities He is one of Estill countys prosperous young farmers lIe is a brother to Superintendent J W Wagers of this city The CLIMAX extends congratulations in advance 1851 BPWB 1904 Mr and Mrs William B Smith request the presence of your company Wednesday evening August the tenth from eight until Eleven oclock Richmond Kentucky Plca e reply The above invitation engraved in gold has been issued to hundreds of friends of this estlmabecouplewhos- hsppy married life has reached the fiftieth anniversary The Smith home on the Summitt has been the scene of manycharming at homes and other forms of entertainment both for young and old and this golden wed ding celebration promises to be perfect in its appointments and details The venerable couple will be assisted by their children and it is the wish of their numerous friends that they may live to celebrate many more anniver saries of the day that William Smith made Elizabeth Parks his happy bride The CLIMAX extends hearty congratulations for their Golden Wed ding To the Democracy of Madison CountysSome weeks since I announced my candidacy for County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic partyt After advising with many am being urged by many members of my party I feel It my duty to offer my ser vices to my connty feeling confident should my party give me the nomIna- tion 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 question and that I am trying to take from him what he says hrs been customary with his predecessors makes it incumbent on me to explain in a general way some matters that are or should be of interest to all of our citizens In the first place it has not been ens tomary to elect County Judges i Mod ison county to scoeed themselves When th preset Judges term 01 office expires he wilt have acted as County Judge longer than any of his predecea sors for the past forty years save two In the second place nearly everything that comes before a County Judge involves to a certain degree a legal proposition and the incumbent should have sufficient legal training so contended by those who wish me to run not to require at all times a legal adviser if he expects to give anything like get ral satisfaction In the third place and the most weighty of all in the manner iu which our economic and fiscal affairs are now and have been conducted for several years past The present court maintains a system of working he turnpikes of the county which I and those who urged my candidacy believe to beillegal and abso lutely wrong If theDemocracy of the county believe it ts be the proper system then I should not be the nominee of tbe party I am certain that the present system ia the direct cause of the large indebted ness of Madison county and II con tinned the pmsentbondedindebtedness of the county will remain as a heritage tb the children of this generation I can and do frankly say that it was with Kreat hesitancy that I determined to run for this office I realize the labs rious duties of the office if faithfully andefficiently performed I know however that the people of my county are entitled to better service in this office neat oppotoWe each have a record of public ser vice and our records are public prop erty and all have a right to discuss thand they are evidences of our tIeoIJ u l Ayers Dont try cheap cough medicines Get the best acCherry Pectoral What record it has sixty years Cherry Pectoralcures I Ask your doctor if he doesnt use it for coughs colds bronchitis and allHthroat and lung troubles hue found that Cherry Pectoral I e OhitliM WDDCAJT esec IIIoo JC ATZnCO ll dniealt forLnwII Mail BronchitiseCorrect any tendency to constipabtlon with small doses party believe that my conduct of public affairs would be of much greater bene to our county than that of my oppo nt I think it would be generous in u to indorse him am and those who urged me to- nru are absolutely opposed to any member of the Fiscal Court being con ne cietl with any contract directly or indirectly the compensation for which 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 wo dollars per mile out of the public treasury for simply iookine after the turnpiEes 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 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 bQnds 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 be a far greater burden to the every year than the salary of a ounty Judge for an entire term But for the relief I hope and believe I can nd will bring to the taxpayers of my- onnty I would not be a candidate JOHN C CHENAULT Why is it that women are permitted to propose in leap year Hero is the answer as given in a contemporary It appears that in the yeas 288 a statute was published by the Scotch Parliament ordaining that during that during the reign of Her Maist Blessit Majesty Margaret every maiden and lady of high or low estat should have liberty to the man shiS liked If he refused to take her is wifeshe should have the privilege f fining him 1100 or less according to his estate unless he should make it appear that he was betrothed to another woman in which case he would be free to refuse After the death of Margaret the women of Scotland became so clamorous for their privileges and to appease them another ac of Parliament allowed them to propose every four years Faster Time To Texas Cotton Belts Improved Ser vice Between Memphis And Southwest 15 To Texas And Back Train No 3 now leaves Memphis at 746 p m anti makes a fast run to Texas It carries Pullman sleepers parlor cafe cars and free reclining chair cars Reached Texarkana Dallas Ft Worth and Waco several hours earlier than heretofore Makes direct connec tionsfor Paris Bonham Wbitesboro Marshall Longview Palestine Austin Shreveport Beaumont Houston San Antonio Train No 1 leaves Memphis 840 a m carries parlor cafe car and chair cars Pullman sleepers from Fair Oaks to Dallas Ft Worth Vaco Corpus Christi and South Texas points Cheap homeseekers tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each mouth one fare plus 2 for the round tripi topovers both ways and 21 day return limit SPECIAL On august 9 and 23 anti September 13 and 27 homeseekers tckets at rate of 15 for the round trip from Memphis to Dallas Ft Worth Waco Houston Galveston San Anton iOr Cornus Christi Brown wood Ama la RUlnah and intermediate points literatureE W Laheaume G P T A Cotton elt St Louis Mo Free Reclining Chair Cars to the- Worlds Fair The Southern Railway tiaQiUdujurated nthewithoutcoachesJThese are brand new vestlbnled cars Includlnate washrooms for ladles and gentlemen reclin1I1r yareverychairs can be turned back and used In witliotany ovothein these cars a TOlIl11f Old Point Comfort Ocean View and the Seashore l 5 OQouteAT- URDAYS AUG 13 041 12from Lexington train Lex at 740 pm Fiankfort 13 Morehead 11a Winchester 11 50 Mt Sterling 11 Tee famous White Sulphur Springs istoric City of Richmond delightful Old Point Comfort Fortress Monroe Navy Yards at Portsmouth Va Beach cean View are among the attractive atures Side trips at low rates from Old Point Surf bathing boating and fishing cane enjoyed at Old Point Stopover privileges will be granted ast of Kenawha Falls on return trip Sleeping car rates will be 350 for erths Lexington to Old Point For reservations and other informs lion address G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky or C O agents The Greatest Summer Trip Tickets will be good returning Aug 27 H W Fuller G P A Washington G W Barney D P A Lexington Week End Excursion Kates to tstill Sprints Commencing at once and continnag until September 30 the L A will sell round trip tickets from all stations 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 Annual Personally Conducted Excursion to Niagara Falls VIAaC H and DMich Gen or D13Steamcr- AUGUST H J904 Tickets good 12 days 7 from CincinnatiCheap Side Trips to Toronto Alexandria Bay and Montreal These excursions are very high classed carrying through sleeping care They are recommended for ladies and child ren who can depend upon every care anti protection while with the excur sion partv By making your rceervn Tonhesionists have choice of route trom De- trOit rail or water via D B palatial steamers Eastern and Vestern States For tickets sleeping car reservations and other particular information de sired Mil on yonr nearest G H D Agent or address D G Edwards John R McCortl Pass Trfr Mgr Excursion Agent Cincinnati 0 Public Sale OF Land and Personal Property As Executor of Mrs Marion F Yates the undersigned willat the old Yates home place near Crooksville ladison county Ky on Saturday SepL 3 04 at 10 oclock a m proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A Farm on Muddy Creek near IraokRville in Madison county Ky containing Two Hundred and Seventyeight 278 Acres and adjoining the hinds of Mrs Lidi Harris B F Crooke Mrs Martha B Manpin and others and known as the placeThe anti is well watered and in a high state nf cultivation shout IS acres now in orn remainder in grass Said place has a good dwelling house on it and ill necessary outbuildings Also at the same time and place there will be soul One Tract of Timber Land near Red Lick Springs in Madison county Ky adjoining the lands of W J Gooch Robert Hill and others This is a well timbered tract of mud without improvements containing 226 acres Anyone desiring to see tlieue places will call on J C Yates near Urooksville Ky Sold lands will be sold separately to the highest and best on equal credits of six and twelve months with six per cent interest from January 1st 1005 until paid The purchasers tn give bond with approved spcuri y and n lieu to be retained on said land uni iI all the purchase money is paid Possession to be given on January 1st 1905 The purchaser to have the right to sow grain thIs fall Also at the same time and place we will sell the Personal Property twohorsehousehold and kitchen furniture All sales of personal property for less amounttimeprovided a note with good security is given No personal property to be removed until paid for or satisfactory note ar ranged J C Yates Mrs Margaret Bales Executors CO h F II IW 1 Great Sweep Out rpy Beginning I Friday July 29th I at 2 oclock andcontinuing until 5th at 12 oclock 3 we will put our entire stock on sale at such prices that Rich Jff mond has never before seen IE Nothing Reserved 1this sale but goes at Sweepout Prices complete our arrangements for this Sale our store will be closed from Thursday noon till Friday noon 0 r5 71 We have too many hoods and we need the money for them j and we have made the knife cut deep that we may get quick 4 I returns This is an of a life time and you will regret it if you miss it ffi 7w YOURS FOR BARGAINS 71 Rice ArnoldMain street Ky F t 71 7I 7I I 7I7II 787 Sale I will Oder for sale piMicly my farm situated 6 miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill pike on SaturdaYtSept 3 04 at JO oclock a m The farir consists of 157 acres 40 acres for torn and tobacco 10 acres for wheat and the balance in grass Good Grist Mill 2 cows and calves 5 vear ling heifers 2 brood mares good ferns pigsfarmingkitchen furniture If not sold on above date will rent partlcularsJ C BRONSTON or Mrs Minerva Barnes Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Oiftr Ride by B L Middelbm to All Sufferers From Citarrh- Hf L Middelton is selling Hyomel on a plan that has caused considerable talk amongst his customers The plan is different trom that fol lowed by other remedies but the rem edy itself is different also This treatment for the cure of catarrh has such an unusual record of cures to its credit that B L Middelton offers to refund the money if it does not give the desired benefit This is certainly one of the fairest offers that can be made and any one who has catarrh and does not take advantage of it is doing himself or her self an injustice Do not suffer any longer with tickling smarting burning eyewatering troubles that afflict those who have ca tarrh Hvornei wi lcnre you but if you should not find it adapted to your case B L Middelton will return your money Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust Co or by writing 27 j U T D Chetianlt Terrill Ky Telephone 350M Credit is a fine thing Thrift is betterDeposit with State Bank Trust r- 1m 44 ESTILL SPRINGS fromfarMost Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters Sulphur The Best of Cooks Finest Ball Room in the Stat r Splendid Music and the society of the most charming people in Kentucky and adjoining States The season is now at it height or SEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months at the Springs Special rates are made after September first and moreand more guests avail themselves of this each year For further information address THE ESTILL SPRINGS ZCORFOAD j W R ItIN K 11ls J1 1 p o I 4MWl August everything opportunity and Richmond Public Baths THOMAS IIa If you Love your Wife Dont Roast Her her a Gas Range This Joke a in wood for Jbreakfast a in Trvingto the firethe wot patience exhausted 8 a m No fire no breakfast A family quarrel brewing c breakfast 9 a m A cold bite Nothing hot the days work Still no JI10am Bluer than a whetstone What is the remedy A I Detroit Jewel Gas Range The Raven whispers only that and nothing W moreI12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the large stock displayed 1 p m Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory setting2pRange uptodate p m Street service and piping nearly finish Competent c workmen pushing the installation p m Work completed with light over stove early end late meals 5pm Full instructions and demonstrations given with a full line of printed instructionswith a large assortment of cooking receipts t6 p m A full and perfectly cooked home meal piping hot from the cop upper antI lower ovens complete at the same time No Jwaiting With peace and happiness with the evening Jsmoke and romp with the ones c Richmond Water Light I I ctDecorating a Room Isnt very expensive when one buys his Paints and Papers to the best advantage and has the done by competent reliable workmen who do not make a job out ota short one But there just one way to be sure ot securing the best materials and the besl workmen at the best prices that is by letting the whole job to us Give us the dimensions of your room and the paper and we will tell you exactly what the total will be We guarantee all of satisfaction Geo M IJVillging 209 W next Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc eilksoille School cff1os act 5sG P Simmons Principal MARK S FEOHAM Aat frill MISS ADA ALLEN Frin Dept of Mask Payable in Tuition fees II Frfmarv S 10 00 Term A Primary and II Grammar J5 00 A Grammar 15 00 High 20 00 Department of Music Indondinf Instruments for Practice 20 00 x Enrollment last year We expect to increase IL largely this From Monday to Friday f 75 G P 1 KY For sale FriTatdT I wilt ebll privately my house and lot For particulars see 15jtf Alfred Douglas Sr Met I desire to say to the people of Madi county that I have sold my saloon way I have opened a saloon on the same str jt just below Mike Enrights old stand and I am now ready to ac commodaVe Customers Please call and ieo trie Brspt Ijan Q5W M CREEKMOBE D W AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business SiltcUM Satisfaction Guaranteed RtQRiND Ifl- LI T A Buy is no J6 Chopping 7 nurse kindling news papers all burned J for 3 for all prevailing Co so work long is select expense kinds Main st to All tirades Incidental FeesIAll Fees per School 101 year deitiingwhatcontrolled50SendSIMMONS Principal KIRKSVILLE allnecessary Tike son Brotherl1w mv TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER LOst In this city or last Friday a Key Ring with four or five keys attached Liberal reward for return osaIneIo undersigned Dr M Dunn jlySOtf Royal Saloon FIRST STREET iIirefreshingdrinks modating uptodate clerks I Finest Wines r r Whiskies and Cigarse sllitill IL An Opportunity f tIn order to reduce our stock we will until anythingIour tI to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth I s JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone I kcXc aac DOTS ilRleHIJIOND KY Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH I Groceries AGENTS FOR j Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 42OcaCan jIhe Richmond n- nn Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 3 1904 The regular meeting of the City Council will be held tomorrow night Work on Mr LP Evans new cot taRP on Qlyudnu Avenue is progress uig rapidly The celebrated Star fruit tin can Ionly40c per dozen at The Racket Store j aiitcH U Suit Bratton ITheLadies Aid Society will meet this afternoon in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church JTheForeign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will 1iuestFriday afternoon at 4 oclock Hon G G Gilbert candidate for Co jirrss from this district spoke to I large rowd at the Court House Mon Jda afternoon Tile Pattie A Clay Infirmary AI Isoeiaion will meet on Friday afternoon th meeting having heen postponed from Tuesday the regular day WANTED Two men to act as Agents for Metropolitan Life Insur mice Co None but hustlers need ap ply Applv to Jno H Toy Asst j Snpt Oldham Bide jly2itf The Lancaster physicians are plan fling to erect an uptodate hospital I which will meet all requirements A stock company has been formed for the purpose We purchased our vehicles to sell and it yon will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend nnil custo tf S L Midkiff Prop 1hllrThe funeral pervicespf Mr Robert Witt will be prenched Sunday August 7th loot at the old home place in Es till county by Rider J W Hardingof Winchester The services will be at 230 pm Attwtten Ceterei Teachers utOwing to a misunderstanding with Jrt the Instructor the Colored Institute stwill begin Monday August 15th in of August 1st b J UM WAOBHS 00 Supt ur Examine our olegant display of Buggies etc before making atOarriaaea We are celling vehicles at on the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkilf Prop During the speaking at the Court HonsH Monday afternoon Mr Jeff Ston fell from a seat on which he was teIanltltand wrenched his right knee Tavlor was summoned and ad ninHtered an operation which alle v atml the terrible agony Mr Stone wal stltrurineYearlthg for Sale A pure bred Horelord bull a good one Call on or write Joe T Juries Mlvtir Creok KyaIIgB2t cr t tt Something to e1 tt1t1S rOQ are you satisfied with your laundryZ For M N Laundry WOffice nice Arnold Shoe Store Phone ofChargeYour city taxes are now due Please call andsettle T C ONeil tf City Collector Office City Hall Building found Came to my place on Taylors Fork about ten days ago one brindle dehortid steer weight about COO pounds Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges II E Allen aUlt34tIDr Foyntz Better A dispatch from Mt Sterling to the Louisville Times Monday said After three sinking spells yesterday Dr J M Poyntz tins rallied and feels better than for several days He has taken nourishment and though he is very weak his friends hope that he may live several days Work of Appreciatio- nMr T J Curtis President of the Kirksvillo Fair Association has been presented with a very handsome walk ing cane by his fellow associates and officers Mr Curtis untiring efforts were responsible to a certain degree for the success of the fair and this gift was a high compliment showing the esteem in whIch he is held Lost a imall Fortune A B Asher of PI neville left his pocketbook on a window sill at the Chesapeake and Ohio depot waiting room at Lexingon last Thursday It contained Sll446 in currency checks and notes He bad proceeded as far as Winchester before discovering his loss and immediately returned to Lexington but has been unable to find any trace of the missing book Mason Quart Jars 55 cents dozen 2 quarts 65c at Racket Store latf For Sale I will sell my home privatelv the Dr Willmore property near Kingston Madison county Ky consisting of three acres of land splendid sixroom dwelling hall 86 feet front and back porch good barn ice house and all nee essary outbuildings Good schools churches and turnpikes A bargain if sold soon Apply to R R Burnam Richmond Ky or Dr A L Hurst owner Kingston Ky Too Late Then Lee Turner editor of the Fultcn Leader recently received fine chick en which he supposing it to be a token of appreciation from a discriminating reader took it home and ate it for din ner The following mornng he received this letter Dear Editor yesterday I sent you a chicken in order to settle a dispute which has arisen here It died with a new kind ot disease My wife thinks it had cholera while I think it had blind staggers Please examine it and let me know what you think the trouble was Mrs Lido Burn m Knapp Has taken a home during the Fair at 43JO Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City EATjI is t1vws an interesting subjectespecially wrten r J you know where to find such We have CfcrLhinrrf O J in season in the grocery line n Green Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies Jv in fact everything that can be found in a first I- Y class grocery We call special attention to our line Jof SEEDS We handle all kinds of J I FIELD AND GARDEN C SEEDSGIVE US A CALL i Harbor quguelg Successors to E Deatherage Co rU IT illHALFI v jt i fi r H 5 r i dv Weve cut the price on Straw Hats just half in two because vihiveT many con V a the lossj2 300 For 150 250 44 125 y 0rIn 1001lIvv4 sgFor E 11 i Anew clean goods the famous BrighamHopkins Styles and Quality c Think of the great saving and be quick for first choice i fi lz i4 J r Fine line of Childrens Sailors half price j l1 fa2 l tCL GOVINGTON BANKS I 2 Outfitters for Men andBoys iti 4 1 rLJI fJ awidLLw + tIl I c s1 t u 11 1 Dove Law Out The dove law for the Stole of Ken lucky expired Monday and hunters for these palatable birds will soon be busy the supply is said to be up to the usual number Womans Prayer Meetlur A union prayer meeting for worren has been recently organized with Mrs W H Dodge as president and Mrs C R Boucher secretary The meetings will be held every Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian church All women interested in the spiritual uplifting of our town are cordially and earnestly invited to attend these meetings Lost Strayed or Molen From Potts Mill about July 15 two yearling heifers as follows One dark brown one red with slip horn weight about 600 pounds Liber al reward will be paid for return of same or information leading to recovery of stock2t Irvine Isaacs Whites Station Ky Mean Man Themeanestyoungman in Kentucky lives in Richmond He asked young lady what she wanted for her birthday present and suggested gloves but the girl thought something for her neck would be nicer On the evening of her birthday hehanded her a small pack age neatly done up Nervously she opened it in the presence oi the other girls and found a bar of soapValley View Argent Cud of flunks The ladifs of the Pattie A Clay In firmary wish to publicly thank all those who responded so generously to their Cotton Shower invitations and those also who assisted in entertaining and receiving the guests and making the reception the success that it was They desire especially to thank Mrs Elmer Deatberage who was so kind in throwing her home open for the recep tion The list of donations will be published next week fire What threatened to be a very disastrous fire broke out in the State Bank and Trust Companys building on last Wednesday and but for the prompt geivVp of the fire dapartment would ivo resulted more seriously The tire was firet discovered in the roof and is supposed to have started from the innumerable birds nests Considerable excitement existed for a time but was loon over The roof was badiy burned but the damage is fully insured Appcaaidtls It was with sincere regret that friends hero heard of Mr Lucien Bur latns illness from appendicitis He was stricken while acting as his fathers private secretary in Frankfort and was removed at once Louisville where he was successfully operated on by Dr A M Cartledge All news from him so far has been most encouraging Mr Burnam is a son of Chief Justice A R Burnam and a grandson of Major C F Bnrnam of this city His speedy re covery will be a source of deep pleas ure to friends here and elsewhere New Whisky Cure Judge Riley of Lexington has dis covered new cure for confirmed in ebriates wInch promises tosupplant the treatment furniajied by the Keely cure institutes and the cure which was tried ou a prisoner in the polite court had the desired effect The remedy consists of fish brine dissolved in a pint of water which the drunkard is required to drink The remedy was ap plied to a well known man by Judge Riley and rather than submit to such treatment again he stated that be had been before the bar for the last time For 50 minutes after drinking the beverage tue man was so sick that thij Rinelfiif liquor he said was edoitgh to drive him crazy A prisoner is given his choice of this drink career 30 days dlaerohkpI1eEi County Attorneys Will Hold Next Meeting at Crab Orchard At the County Attorneys meeting at Mammoth Cave last week there was a large attendance and a pleasant and profitable time The next meeting will doubtless be held at Crab Orchard Springs The following were the pfficerh elected for the ensuing year James tarnett Adair county president W P Davis Pineville vice president W J Price of Danville secretary and John Graham Leitchfield treasurer This is What Thurman Says About It Who would have thought ten years ago of ojie hundred regular trains daily arriving and leaving Crab Orchard Ky and everyone who thinks there is that many now kindly deposit a dollar to my credit at Crab Orchard Springs where I expect to spend the gieater part of the summer I think Crab Or chard Spring the greatest health resort I ever saw It will cure anything ex cept laziness and strange to say it has almost cured Captain Willis oi that You try it Respectfully Joe Thurman Mexican Veteran Receives Big Back Pension Money Major A J Morey of Cynthiana Ky has recited 1300 back pension for Mexican war service His application was held up for a long time on ac count of Ins not having seen active service at the front His command was held back and he did not get into the active campaign There is but a remnant of those eal lant heroes left from a war in which out country never lost a battle and and il would be but tardy injustice should ev ery one 61 the survivors receive a pen slon worthy of the name and nation But they are old now and have no influ ence with the powers that be and hence many of the old fellows are it need SACRIFICES THURSDAY JUNE 30 Andevery Thursday in Jul AH Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices B W TURNER 13a4m Cotton Shower a 5occas The lady managers of the Pattie At Clay Infirmary are to be heartily congratulated over the ultimate success of the Cotton Shower on last Saturday afternoon which proved to be a verita ble cloudburst In response to invita tion guests called all the afternoon from 2 to 6 oclock each one bringing a gift in cotton or linen and by the time the Shower was over every avails ble place hss tables etc was tilled with choice pieces table linens cur talus tray cloths srieets pillow slipe counterpanes table covers and everything useful in this tine Delicious frappe and wafers refreshed the guests and a nice musical program was rendered during the hours TheIladies of the Infirmary and Ihefriends of the institution feel very grateful over the h hIt of their uHdrtkgvv BIRTHS McKiNNEY To the wife of Mr R H McKinney of Union City on Julv 27 aI tenpound boy HARRIS Mr and Mrs J H HarrisI of Washington D C formerly of title city are happy over the arrival of a handsome daughter SIIAXKS Mr and Mrs Milo Shanks of Washington City are receiving con gratulations over the arrival of a fineI son DEATHS RILEY Geno the little twelve yearI old son of Mr and Mrs Wm Riley passed away last Sunday evening at 1045 oclock July 24 1904 Little Geno was taken bad with lock jaw HeI lived only 40 hours Weep not bereav ed parents your loss is his gain He is in his heavenly home where no pain aud sorrow can ever enter where no jaws can ever lock There is shade andI rest for him Only be prepared to meet him on the resurrection morn BENNETT Mr and Mrs Samuel Bennett have the deep sympathy of their friends in the loss of their two yearold son John Warfield Bennett whose death occurred last Thursday in Ashville N C whither Mrs Bennett had gone in search ol health The remains were brought to this city where they were interred in the Richmond Cemetery Mrs Bennett only recently lost her sister Mrs McChesney of St Louis and her double bereavement is particularly sad Among the out of town people who attended the burial was Mr John Warfield of Lexington whose nephew and namesake the little follow was- MILLER News reached here last week announcing the death at Indian apolis Ind of Miss Pearl Miller which occurred on Thursday morning at 315 oclock Her funeral and burial took place Saturday Miss Miller is well remembered here where she has often visited her cousins Messrs A D and C D Miller She was a young lady ol striking personality and was gifted with at unusually bright mind and was known for her quick and witty saying For two years she had been ill with lung trouble and it was this dread disease that caused her death She is survived by her parents Mr and Mrs Lucien Miller and a brother and sister Mr Emmett Miller and Miss Elizabeth Miller both of whom have visited here rand have manv friends in this city who will sympathize with them in their be- reavementr New Way to Sell Medicine L liWeltoi Giiet a Gunitci Bail With IiuHituei Cite for Djipcpiit B L Middelton has made arrange merits to sell Mi ona the marvelous digestion regulator in a new and hitherto unheard of way furnishing a guar an tee bond with every package GUARANTEE BOND In purchasing a roc box of Jllona the purchaser is requested to have this guarantee signed by B L Middelton aa his personal sgreeznentto refund the money on return of empty box If MIn na fails to cure dyspepsia and all stom ach troubles SIgned m B L Middelton will give the above bond with every 50c box of Miona he sells You run no risk In buying Mio naThat everyone may have faith in this scientific cure for dyspepsia Miona is soul under a positive guarantee to re lund the money If it does not do all that is claimed for it Everyone who is troubled with dys pepsin headache distress after eating dizzy feeling or loss of appetite or who is losing weight and in a rundown con diLlon should take the guarantee bond toB L Middelton and commence the USC of Miona at Iris risk remembering that the tretmeutcc ts you nothing uulwwit alitftt ii ilaimed for i- tzI i 75 cts i 50 II t tt 50 44 25 J 1 C r Turnpikes to be Oiled Important Experiment In compliance with an order entered at a recent meeting of the Fayette County Fiscal Conrt Supt E B Ellis of the Home Construction Company began Friday last the oiling of the county roads and the work will be rap idly pushed and within the course of n few weeks the citizens of Fayette county will be afforded an opportunity of riding along the country thorough fares without the bother of the dust and dirt The first road to be oiled will be the Newtown pike and the Iron Works pike and thes6 will be followed by the oiling of the Georgetown Bryan Station Nicholasville Lees town and Harrodsburg roads The work has been undertaken as an experiment by the Fiscal Court to test the feasibility oi the enterprise and to ascertain at what cost the work can be done The people of Lexington are well satisfied with the result of the oiled streets in the city and the farmers who have had occasion to use the streets of the city believe that like re stilts can be accomplished the coun try Road Supervisor Spurr says abput 500 is available for the vork in the county and fie is satisfied that the principle roadscan be covered for that sumOiling a pike not only keeps down dust but after the surface gets packed it turns water and prevents washing and does away with gulleys and mud holes Our Fiscal Court should watch this experiment in our neighboring county which has been successfully tried in many other localities The crude oh used on the roads may be easily and cheaply procured probably from the Estill County oil field right here at our doors What say you gentlemen This is a good way to make our pikes permanently good and reduce th everlasting cost for repa- irsMATRIMONIAL The following interesting item comet from Louisville Miss Edith Terry one of Louisvilles most beautiful young women and briefly known to the comic opera stage as Marian Par kr will be married at noon August 4 to Dr lulius M Purnell a surgeon in the U S army Dr PunielLs home is at Paris Ky and he has just returned from the Philippines Miss Terry is thu only daughter of Capt J Moss Terry secieury and treasurer of the sinking unit Dr Pnrnell will take his bride to Presidio California whera he will be stationed Miss Terry is well known here where she hits visited friends and the news of her approach ing marriage will be a pleasant surprise wt During the fire which destroyed my home on last Thursday I lost my watch The person who picked it up will kindly return same to me at the P A C InfirmaryRev E Weaver The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 I 1904 JAS T BARRETT Pric X RichmoadKy Teadtrri fastitete Frocttdkgs The Thirtyfifth Annual Session o the Madison County Teachers Insti tote convened July 25 1904 at th CHkhvell High School building Rich mom Institute was called to orde by Superintendent Wagers The devotional exercises were conducted by J WY aWiBkl j follow btiry iIi teresting address by Rev Hugh McLel Ian and the instructor Dr Roark Miss Rebecca Edwards of College Hill was elected secretary and W S Brock of College Hill assistant secre tary after which the institute adjourned for noon In the afternoon the institute WAS called to order by Superintendent Wa gem followed by singing conducted by Prof Hicks An address was given by the instructor pertaining to the necessity of cultivating the senses Primary reading was taken up and discussed by C F Brock J lL Harris Miss Emma Hagan and others Advanced reading was introduced by Miss Maud Mason and Miss Lena Palmer and discussed by the institute after which the institute adjourned for the day TUESDAY Institute was called to order by Sn perintendent Wagers Singing con ducted by Prof Hicks scripture lesson and prayer by C R Boucher and also an excellent and helpful talk to the teachers impressing them with the re sponsibility of their position and urging them to work for the Master The regular program was taken up at 930 and the subject of attention was thoroughly discussed by Dr Rpark The subject of arithmetic was intro dnced by Jesse Edwards and the discussion continued by Dr R ark and Prof Dinsmore in which it was agreed that there are many things in arithme tic thatthe teachers are compelled to teach that have no practical value in life and that much of the time spent on arithmetic might be spent more advantageously on some other study f l In the afternoon arithmetic was far ther discussed by J L Carpenter Miss Georgia Powell J W VanWinkle and others and came to the same conclusion that too much time was spent on arith meticAn excellent talk was made on the subject of imagination by the instruc tor in which he emphasized the thought of imagination as our pathway through life is largely made up of imagination The subject of language was intro duced by Miss Mabel Mason by reading an excellent paper based on experience and brought out in concise form The subject of language was farther discuss ed by the institute in general An nouncements were made after which the institute adjourned for the day WEDNESDAY Singing conducted by Prof Hicks scripture lesson and prayer by J W VanWinkle The subject of grammar was intro duced by Miss Mabel Mason followed by Miss Adelia Fox Miss Jennie Evans Miss Emma Hagan and others Dia graming and analysis was introduced by Walter L Greene and Miss Emma Hendren andthoroughly discussed by the institute Oral and written spelling was introduced by Miss Lena Palmer and discussed by the institute Spelling was farther discussed by Mrs H H Berry Miss Georgia Powell aim Miss Sallie Chrisman Wednesday afternoon the subject of will and habit was discussed by Dr Roark urging the teachers to impress the children with the idea of forming good habits DRY c Writing was introduced by W S Brook who favored the forearm move ment and vertical system The was farthor discussed by Miss Fox Miss Ellen Hays and Miss Sue Scrivener Announcements ndatl burned for the A THURSDAY Pedagogy the recitation by Dr Roark in which he emphasized the preparation by the teacher as well aa the pupil was well received tt The subject of physiology was intro 4 duced by Miss Tommie West and farther discussed by Miss Margaret Bijrg r staff J B Harris and Jesse Edward In the afternoon Dr Roark gave a ver helpful talk urging the teach n to prepare graduate pupils and have them take the examination for common school graduation The subject oi history was introduced by W J Wanton followed by an excel lent paper by Miss Belle Million Tits discussion was continued by G F BrockDistrict if library was discussed by the institute in general whereby it was de cided that every school district should attempt to procure a library Civics was discussed by Prof No land and Dr Roark An excellent talk of the relation of the school to the State was given by Miss flagun The relation of geography to history was introduced with an excellent paper by Miss Martha White and farther dis cussed by Miss Ellen Hays t ion after whichtlhe Superintendent ad journed tie institute J Fl L j IiNgeryin the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such i p tempting jyalues for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity This il3lsale means t our stock must be = p 1 IJjfSy It meaasithe lowest prices ever given on well bought merchandiser It means D u j that ourmodizst have been cut into It means that should at fiSJ i mw i L JGOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS Adeliaii dayr junanimourlyadopted ON TER JULY lE IIfSjillfliiig Purses Belts Readymade Waists Wrappers Muslin UnderwearIWhite Goods Lawns Suitings Ginf hams Summeir Corsets Baby Cap Fans Bonnets Silk Gloves Handkerchiefs Fancy Ribbons Silk LI fclinfc iPtters Shirt Waist Suitings Gents Underweai aw fSH j ttw L tlRUFOUEU dn G W EVANS JK New Firm tAND c- A Magnificient Stock of Goods C t Everything for the home beautiful Vf can be found in our storesw- wosasttt y C rrJ and our prices will SUlIt everybody s We L J are at home at opIins old to nd on Main street and we guarantee the best andmost polite attention f1 New Florence Drotvtni Sewing Machines 25 30and3S I unit E ill Bearings give us a call c Crutcher Evans CMain Street Richmond Ky fl A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of I of I I of al Dry Goods j uH We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings t Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY HALLS VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer A splendid tonic for the hair makes the hair grow long and heavy youthStops EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IXCOKrOXATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this groat section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CA WEll J W HUNTER JR waec V trul J nimfo r v rr i CLOTHESoooQ Qail z1Z70 SoSoSofG THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods s We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings I Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS Summer atrHot Springs For those who go to Hot Springer Aikansas for the benefit of health the summer is really the host time Her fortunate Jmaiion high up in the foothills of the Ozark mountains inaur-as a coolant delightful climate and phssicians arc united 11 the opinion that the water are more beneficial during the sum mer season is ltlI Juhn Sebastin If Pass TraF Mgr- Chicago Ill t ONE AREJY fIt PLUS2 A For the Bound Trip Throughout tho Sunimerl WR1fEEORBOOKLETS Vl ji 1EI1lcGuire ALNITE C OQIBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 F BARKER Agt I Spring is Comin That means spring cleaning anda general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of liD illlB Imm I to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bed = room Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing Tables Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy everythingComestreets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Full and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not WISIOLDHAML building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EMiiniC40RR Lexington Kentucky oft Illinois Central Railroad g Summer 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 Weekuntil September 30 J904 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas H Secial Low Une way and Roundtrip Rates in effect Tuesdayin South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central R R Co is issuing raisinJciairyin addressand others as they are published from month to month foldersdescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky sMOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many so c tied birth medicines and most remedies for women in thetreatment of her delicate or ns contain more oj less opium morphineand strychnine countrildrugSists t poisonsDo lot take Internally any medicine tor the pregnancyDo Friend b applied externally only Do You Know that Mothers Friead Isa celebrated prescription and that it has been in use over forty years and that each bottle of the genuine bears thename of The Bradfield Regulator Co Do you know that when you use this gestationthathealthy hearty and clever Children knowingTheyDont be persuaded to try a substitute Our little book If Motherhood free tilE BB1DFIELD REGULATOR co AUaaU Oa Anftoncucmcnts FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounda Hon D I MOORE of Mercer courts as a candidate for Congress In he Eighth District to succeed ofOemncraUcWe are authorized to announce U HELM of Lincoln county R candidate for Congress from this the Eight Congressional District Snbjectjto the action of the Demoeiatic GIGILBERTcratic party We are authorized to Announce FRANK TURNER a candidnte for Congress from this he Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic dartyIFOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R E SUbIlectCHENAULT a candidate for the office of totheWe are authorized to announce JUDGE NI CoontyJudgeofMadioncounty Democratic party a1LIrtUERthe Democratic are authorized to announce R H AttorneysnbJect RSIfAOKtorney of Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF WKDemocratIcWe are authorized to announce B B Million subjectCOLYERty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK JESEcoto the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER PERKINSMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party OCURltYcounty subject to the actionof the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DLRINGERn candidate for Jailer of Madison partyIWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER sublectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the action of the Democratic party MORGANTAYLORcounty aUbJet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER O PA IlKISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party RSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party HKINNEDYas candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party DUOKJOUNSONCounty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party vs e are authorized to announce J R PARSE a candidate for Jailer if Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce It II TER RILL JR a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce W T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer of Madison DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce B P BEN TON a candidate for Superintendent of Pubtic Schools of Madison county isubject to the action of the Democratic parly PEDWPublic Schools of Madison Cunty subject to the action of the Democratic party JOliNNOLANDPublic Schools of Madison subject to the action of the Democratic party- FORABBESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct aa a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Assessor of lludison county partyWeGOLDEN a candidate for Assexxor of Madison county Kuuject to the action of the Demo cratic party FWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce 8 P GOOD countysubject Sunday Excursions via the L A R R Sunday excursions to EstHI Springs and the mountains are becoming very popular good crowds being ImnMed each Sunday Why not tnke advan tage of this service and spend theday- at Estill Springs where yon will have from 11 amuntil GS5 p m round- trip rate 70c or go to Beattyvillo where you will have three aYid a half scenerybassi150 W C Mills Agent KILLTHE COUCH AM CURE THE LUNGS wlrxOrkiogsDiscovery ICLISclfoilTH30ATIA8 Or MONBY BAO- Blll JlCUytapbteoktea f Pft Kentucky AL DUEL hers Had Been EM ft Them Fought Jl F duel betweeA Ky July 27Aa the Edward fpistol duel between George ROlI9aln and Edward Steagall In r mountains of Roan county Stea gnu was shot through the bead and is dying Tuesday night The men bad been Ufolong enemies and It is satd that their fathers had been emies before them enI McOIothln and Steagall had each other for years but Monday they met In a road In a lonely part of Roan county It is alleged that both drew their pistols and began to tire at once Several shots were exchanged when a bullet from McGlotblns pistol struck Steagall in the left aide of the head and stretched him out McOIothln was not injured and escaped COTTON WAREHOUSES Louisville Man Organizes a 1000000 Company to Establish Them Louisville Ky July 27J Walter Bell of this city has interested New York capital In the organization of a 1000000 corporation the purpose of which Is to establish a string of ware houses in every important city la the south for the storage of cotton He has Just returned from New York and he announced Tuesday that his back ers are ready to support the schema with 1000000 and If the cooperation that Is expected from the south are cities is secured he says the samo people stand ready to Increase the cap ital to 10000000 if necessary IHeld Without Ball Ky July 27 Henry with the murder of James Doyle in the Turtle saloon here two weeks ago and John Jen king charged with being an accom- pUce were tried before County Judge Bullock Tuesday morning and both were held to the grand Jury without bail Tobacco Market ILouisville July 27Thero- were no of burley on tha breaks Tuesday All grades of dark tobacco were in fairly good demand and prices wore about the same as at last weeks close The offerings Tues day were 110 hhds of dark and salsa ranged from 280 to 820 INurae Weds In the Philippines Ky July 27Mlss Mat tha O Fannlll a graduate nurse from the Good Samaritan hospital here who with six other nurses went to the Philippines recently writes a friend here that she has been mar- fled to Lieut William Lowe in Manila Oldest Man In America Mt Sterling Ky July 27Ken tucky has the oldest man In the Unit ed States and records bear out the statement In Carter county near Pactolus lives David Wade who next month will be 117 years of age Mr Wade was born August 20 1787 SuicideI7George Columbus of this city committed sul cjde in Morgan county Tuesday morn ing by shootog Jealousy of his wife over whom be shot a man named Blanton about a year ago is said to have been the cause Justices Son III IChief Ky July 27 Luclen of Chief Justice A A Burnam of the court of appeals is seriously at Norton infirmary from an attack of appendicitis Ills condi tlon was reported slightly improved Tuesday4 morning An Ironton Mans Fate Greenup Ky July 27The body of Dr George Helner a manufatcurer of bitters of Ironton 0 was found near the wharf Tuesday A large cut on the back of the head points to foul play Relatives took the remains to Ironton for burial Gardner Must Hang Frankfort Ky July 27Gov Beck ham refused a commutation of the sen tence in the case of Custer Gardner of Hart county sentenced to be hang ed Thursday of this week at Munfor ville for the murder of David and Squire Osborne A Remarkable Fall Sergent Ky July 27Thomas Kel ley 40 a Cincinnati traveling salesman together with his colored driver were thrown over an embankment here in their back a distance of feet and miraculously escaped without a scratch Poison Kills a Girl IBlackberry July 27Mlss Clara blackberries and died an hour later In convulsions Three other members of the family had a close calL Several people have died in the county from blackberry poison lag Wound Probably Fatal Cynthlana Ky July 27 Aubrey Smith 17 nephew of T S Fish mana get of the A Keller distillery shot Mark Whallen 50 farmer in the chin the bullet lodging In tbe back of the head and being probably fataL To Take the Stump Louisville Ky July 27It is an nounced that John G Carlisle and William Lindsay who formerly represented Kentucky in the United States senate will take the stump for the national democratic ticket MRS CECELtA STOWE Orator Entre Noua Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 sufferedfromtor insisted on an operation as the only way to get well I however operationMywell as J for home with a sickIwoman ia disconsolate place at advisedhim sdIbeganmy recovery was very rapid With anotherheini e 7XWL5 abowleC1woman femaletfeaknes8ndhowcompletely cures happtntodayandof Cardai I t I w = ir P o tDr r o a o o o ollrox z Ta II IThe purchase price of fl I 1 IForthe modest residence or pala i 2 rangeI 1 reiJ willl jconvince marketwArbuckle Simmons Richmond OJtiSacrifice Sale New QLOTHING 25000 clothing Regardless of eastshow Thousands of Mens Suits worth 15 18 and 20 BOYS SUITS at 99c worth 150 and 50 We in Alfred Benjamin LOUIS GUS STRAUS For RentII desire to rent Bright store room on Main street nowI by Mr T A Robinson tftlie c Bright Sunday trains ou the IA A gives you an opportunity to spend the flay at Efitill Springs or in the mountains See notice elsewhere for schedule and rates dt Co sell in fatuous Javecka fertilizer from IG 00 to 30 ton 13 per tII WIte fence I am agent ior the LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchae the beat wire will call on or J D LUNG aYll Ot lv R ctn mil Ky WARRING No one can furnish you with Procter Red Ash Jellico Coal but irtcher Lacky do Co at this point Whv will you not burn the brat Phone UJ- j22 2ai PROCTKR Co A t Co TO wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence tIoe IIIIW Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the tol towing places in Madison county Arbuckle ISimmons Sparer IHamilton OPIncel J W Masters J V Whitlock StappBurton J WTeater J W Prewitt L A 1 O Mcwharlcr R chmond Waco Red House- Valley View Rutbton Taint Lick Klrksvllle 80 PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS iSltngasketchanddesertytionmayquicitr mounteaUonelUtOt8t1t fOMeat fee aecurt ICPKenIa JaoNveeiStint fliKricaii elrcslM6ooanmtwedalersMullt1 P It a ja should be considered least of all by a a small means To me cost of it cncilp lIyUU the cost of wasted fuel and pairs and In the end it has cost I more than The Majestic the stan dard everywhere Because the I Majestic is built right all the heat property distributed it pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic 1 last a lifetime with little or no e outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE iICall and see them at iIThe Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the iI iI 0 Sole Ky lo u i u iii of of We at 999 Young Mens Suits 5 worth 7 8 and JO WASH 5 At this every cents brings you 1 are Sole Agents Kentucky for COS FINE CLOTHING X Lanrn Shackeltonl celebraled fence address THOSE EarlyJT YcARS- EXPERIENCE aeey itil9reeMlera cooKing willo Agents Great worth I BOYS PANTS Cents sale back Call and see the ass non- e1r era ore 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 11 ITTTTTT TTTTTT IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATES r CORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes it OTS a vt We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined 01B1Shuco1Iord Co There is nothing like Good FLOUR Every housewife r every cook knows that Good 2akes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Floury J Our mill turns out the very best that can beShad Our process for making Flour and Mieals of the latest Our brands are EHiston Patent Natural Product Belle ofMadison MADE BY THE i El liston M1 11tfi vWAQQ K IlTUeKYf Y t i t dil Wi p