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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r OjJ THE RICHM INDCLIMAX 1j IIVOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1904 NUMBER 12j PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST Iw VW V 1 ffiI 7I7I7ImF ffi ffi ffi E The HustIig Cash Store LJAsffiI I jl i ffiJ i icffiI + j iG jILT hi JZ LACKEY AND HAMILTON C ili lliffiffi 7F ffiF ffi ffi 7if Fffi7R 71n n ++ 4+CALL AT ++++ JONES JIERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommodation leaulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssPhone 3 Second St tMlwing Rates in Effect via L N OwnAhoro Ky and return IJ fares phiH tSwtn August 3 to 19 limited to Augnt 10 account Seven Hills Chau taniua IHrks lUll Ky pnd return 1J fares August 16 to 17 limited to August 20 aifouitt Morgan Cavalry Reunion Winchester Ky and return 11 fares September 18 to 10 limited September 24 wswnut Christian Missionary Con veiitwn J W HAMILTON Alt On the Teeth Depends- th condition fili itiisiral health Removing or Ii II v d cay d tetitb ni ans the rlriro1ft rIll oan p of much disoago Thii skillful appliua tior of f DENISTRY Jh not nly rollnvod pain but pro lungeti lila Snhtit GUilt vIIi5 50 Gold Fills 1 60 =n1uJgtinI Kills 75 Tenth Extracted 25 All our work fully guaranteed Will give sthfgtutlori under all circum tlUIQIjI V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky d Q Diamonds c Watches Cocks ri Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of very description Those are some of tho V things to bn found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring r needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that V can be found in a first class Jewelry btablishin it go to Lanes He is well fixed c ill these kind of articles v 9 L ELaneJe- weler V c and Opticia- nS Vi PROFESSIONAL OARDS O=ATTORNEYS R MILLER ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KBNTDCST Office n the Bnrnam Building next door to arraera National Bank eb3ly I A StrIjIjIVAJ- 4 ATrORNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 0iS D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA SfIRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORN KYS AND- COUNSHLLOR8 AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY lice in the Dr Hobson building MalnStreet DENTAL SURGERY tiT 1a t tt stonso narnsr- OP LODISVILLH KY jrOffice next door to Government BuildingI IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to novl7ly u vM Blanton P DENTIST VOffice lu Dennett Building lanly TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D OelOsteopathic Physicians Hobson Bull ting Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern HcboolofOstbeopathy Bierire iale Mr S S Carrier and son who coa duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 0000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer cltandiHe all new and fresh colfee lOcts pr lb and up calico 5c work slurs 25 to 50V ready made garments latest fashions We also have meal flour corn feed hay seeds and locust redar oak and chestnut posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rout to pay and no clerks to pay1are reasons why we can iflVr thins at audi low prices We pay cash for all kind of produce Give us a call 22fmie Cm OLD JOE WHISKY Band made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure K is of old style manufacture No- BETTER can he found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 1C yearold iii jugs 400 per gallon 10 hottlesS 5 ji 260 5 bottles 13 Now Whisky 1 80 per gallon Order prompUytlUed WILEY SEARCY Prop old Joe Difltlllery McBraer aorlyr AIi r eUOoHnty Ky 1L 11 Good Clean COJIll Its a long way from the coalmines to the coal bin And its along way from gettiiij 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 BittyvU1c aiI C- aDR Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 II rr aDd Yard t oe AVtHr DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyudon Wednesday ugllO1001 For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage ana all kinds of toilet req nisltcs call on Mrs Alice Jones nex door to Piggs grocery on Main street SOatf LIVERTROUBLES IflndThedfordsBlackDrangtit rood medicine for lieI disease It cured my on after he had pntJ100 with doctors Itisall the sued mine I takeMRS CA OLINE MAHTIN Parkersburg W Va If your liver does not act regularly to your druggist and eccure a package of Thedfords BlackDrauclit take adoBe tonithL This family medicine frees the constipated bowelsstirs the liver and causes a healthy secretion of bile Tiiedforda Black Draught will cleanse the im purities and strengthen the kid A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all wanner of sick ness and contagion Weak kid nays result in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of Black should always be kept in the house I vied Thedfords Black for liver and com excelftbehead J1L THEDFORDSBLACr DRAUGHT u Kentucky Intelligence TOO CONFIDING BOY Sage Advice Given Him May Result In His Death Louisville Ky Aug 4In trying to put salt on the tall of a sparrow on CampbellI juries that may prove fatal The Hines child and his playmate Willie Watson had been attempting to shoot sparrows with gumbo shooters all afternoon with poor success and finally decided to use a method that had been suggested to them by their eldersthat of sprinkling salt on the sparrows tails When Peter reached out to make his first catch he tumbled from the roof Willie Watson was paralyzed with fear and spent the night on the roof whileIthe police searched the town for He was asleep when noticed a neighbor TO FREE HIS SON Gave Up His Life and the Boy Will Accompany the Body HomeIFrankfort Ky Aug 4 Jones of Whitley county who came here to get a parole for his convict son and who fell and cut his head on a pile of stones died Wednes day afternoon In the Kings Daughters hospital The prison officials permitted hid son to go under guard to see his fath er before he died The prison com mission had refused to parole young Jones who is serving a short sentence unuer the doubtful charge of stealing but after learning the sad end of the father reconsidered the case and pa roled the son that he might accompany Ills fathers body to their tain homo in Whitley mounI JAMES COOMES Coy Beckham Asked to Offer aRe ward For the Murderer Owensboro Ky Aug 4The citi zone of Owensboro Wednesday made an appeal to Gov Beckham asking him to offer a reward for the murderer of James Coomes of Mt Olivet Ky whose dead body was found in the Ow ensboro fair grounds Monday with a stake driven through his throat The officers are searching for Roy Green a Negro but have found no trace of him Green was seen in company with Coomes on the night he disappeared Feeling Is strong against Green and should he be caught mob violence is not Improbable Estate Valued at 80000 Lebanon Ky Aug fThe will of the late George D Boldrick was probated in the county court His estate will amount to about 80000 After paying his debts placing a modest monument at his grave and leaving leavesIAuto Line IRural Aug 4ExSena E M Holting and some Cincinnati capitalists are promoting a 50000 company to establish a line of five passenger and five freight automobiles to operate between Petersburg and Ludlow via Idle wild and Bulllttsville Deathof Oliver W Root Newport Ky Aug tHon Oliver Wyatt Root one of Newports most highly respected and substantial citi zens twice a candidate for congress and the incumbent if many other public offices died Wednesday at his home 312 York street after a long illness Will Cost Millions Louisville Ky Aug 4It is report ed that all railroads in Kentucky are to be indicted for running unsanitary coaches and that all Pullmans must be rebuilt by order of the board of health If this crusade is carried out it will cost the companies millions of dollars Democratic Campaign Headquarters Frankfort Ky Aug 4 Chairman 8 W Hager Issued a call for the first meeting of the democratic state cam paign committee for next Monday at Seelbachs hotel in Louisville It will be determined at this meeting where the campaign headquarters will be located Wedded In Louisville Louisville Ky Aug 4MIss Dolly Bonds and Dr A A Ranshaw both of Covington were married in the home of Col R L Clinkenbeard Miss Bonds is a charming girl of Covington and Dr Ran shaw is a dentist there They left for Mammoth Cave Death of James M Glass Hopkinsville Ky Aug 4las M Glass died here after an illness of several weeks of fever He was 78 years old and is survived by a daugh ter Miss Jennie Glass For many years he was engaged in the mercan tile business Got a Big Check Louisville Ky Aug 4Wi H New man division freight agent of the Mo non Wednesday received a check for 1000 from Preslc ent W H McDoel in recognition of hi services in secur ing franchises for the road in Louis yule To Enjoin Scalpers Louisville Ky Aug 4The rail roads entering Louisville will seek an Injunction from the United States court to prevent the illegal sale of tickets during the Knights of Pythias entertainment The Death Penalty A little tIming sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignia cant cuts or uny boils have paid the death penalty It is wise to have Rtickleus Am ca Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth and will prevent fatality when Dump ores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25o at It0 Stock toils drug store 1m Procter Red Ash Jellico Coale Special prices during June and July Letcher Lackey Co Agls Phone 142 PROCTER COAL Co je222m Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oftimes comes aa a Teoult ol unbearable pain rpsi 0lIr taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Const paiionT But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it allhEy are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed bv R O Stoc- ktOBdrutrgistJm For Rubber Sta iiJ4ct thi- seeci IL P A HEADON COLLISION ThirtyThree Passengers and Four Trainmen Were InjuredILouisville Ky Aug headon collision of two passenger trains of the Louisville Nashvillo road took place near Horse Cave at 1 oclock Thursday morning causing the Injury of 33 passengers and four trainmen Among the Injured are a Gin cinnatian and two residents of Lato nia back of Covington Ky The trains in collision were the south bound passenger No 1 leaving Cin cinnati at 6 oclock Wednesday night and northbound No2 leaving Nash yule at 830 The cause of the collision Is not known but it is believed It was due to Engineer Rehm of No 1 According to report Rehm either disregarded orders or was sound asleep and It is claimed his train was going at a 40mile clip when it struck impactIother cars piled up In a confused mass The track was com pletely blockeB AN ATTACK OF VERTIGO Woman Falls on a Knife and Seri ously Injured Covington Ky Aug 5Whlle busy preparing the evening meal Thursday night Mrs Fred Sandmann sr 55 met with a serious accident at her home 832 Main street She was sud denly seized with an attack of vertigo and fell with a knife In her hand In falling she threw up her hand and the blade of the knife caught her behind the right ear inflicting a deep gash A few moments later a member of the family found her lying on the floor bleeding copiously from the jagged wound Physicians were hastily summoned and stanched the flow of blood Mrs Sandmann who Is a large fleshy woman soon recovered consciousness She could not r member falling but felt the attack to whichshe Is subject coining on MA Sandmann Is a wellknown pork packer and conducts a large establishment in Madison avenue and owns consid erable property in ths city FLED IN NIGHT CLOTHES Her Drunken Husband Then Cut Her Two Brothers Louisville Ky Aug 5Thomas Haynes a railroad man went homo Thursday morning Intoxicated and began abusing his wife She fled to her mothers home in her nightclothes When her brothers William and Ar thur Pierce interfered to protect her Haynes suddenly attacked them in a dark hall with a razor He slashed William across the abdomen and chest Inflicting gashes a foot long and probably fatal Arthur was slashed across the groin and badly hurt Haynes was arrested Cases Transferred ML Sterling Ky Aug 5The cases of Tames Bach Ed Callahan and B F French vs Commonwealth have been transferred to this county on a change of venue Each is charged with false swearing in the Breathitt feud cases and Callahan the sheriff of Breathitt and French were charged with subornation of perjury A Dentist Accidentally Shot Stanford Ky Aug 5A pistol dro it ted from Blackburn Huggm ns hand and discharged the ball striking Dh R 1 Davison the dentist in the back making a very painful wound Dr Davison was sitting in an adjoining room Dr Davison is a brother of ex Congressman Geo M Davison A Farmer Stoned Cold Springs Ky Aug 5charles Baker a farmer while on his way to market was met by a storm of rocks on the Alexandria pike near the spot where Pearl Bryan was found The wagon cover was pierced by the this sties Iii many places After the Scalpers Louisville Ky Aug 5The offi cials of railroads entering Louisville will hold a conference Saturday to consider the question of enjoining ticket brokers from handling tickets sold on account of the Knights of Py thins conclave rSecondHarrodsburg Ky Aug 5W R Gill president of the Farmers bank of Salvisa and one of the wealthiest men in the county suffered a second stroke of paralysis He is about 60 years old and is in a critical condi Lion Identified the Negro Lexington Ky Aug 5 Ephralm Bohannon a Negro 30 was arrested here He is held for the assault upon Mrs Margaret Pitman in this county last Sunday night She has identi fied him as the man who assaulted her A Woman Dropped Dead Owensboro Ky Aug 5Mrs Plus OBryan one of the bestknown women of this county dropped dead at the home of her daughter near West Louisville She had been in perfect health and in fact had never been ilL Sent to the Insane Asylum Mt Sterling Ky Aug 5As a re suIt of the teachings of the Church of Saints a new religious sect Mrs Leona RawIIngs has become mentally unbalanced and was sent to the Lox ington asylum Lord Justice Vaughan Williams owns flourishing butchers shops End of Bitter Fight Two physicians had a long and stubborn fiitht an abscess on my right lung writes JrF Hughes of Du PontGandgave me up Everybody thought my time had come Asa last- resort I tried Dr lugs New Pcov ery for Consumption The benefit IIreceived wan striking and I was on feet in a few days Now Ive entirely gained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troublpR Guaranteed by RC Stock ton Price 60c and f1 Trial bottles free 1m ForRwt Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite Jdfan G Taylor Ic Son IRmytf Telppbone292 We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Hurries Baggies and rung bouts than we now h Vefcnl display in our show room WntJlYVon to examine them before JI lDj1 We also do rupalring and reloin1llltin best san uersat moderate prices The best rub bertire applyed aad gHiwnteed for a yeftr Can and tee m RichttKKMl eMgeWonk b- CLi If LIX4W1 P tf01 C Hump Baclt SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a hump lack straight neither will It make I a amongthe short leg long bunt feeds soft bone 1 rickets and bone consumption Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc and f i- ooPublic all druggists Sale OF- Valuable City Property The following property consisting of the City Hall Livery Stable or Work House and building lot will beoflered for sale publicly on the premises at the hour of 3 oclock p m on Salurij August 20 1904 proptrtvfrontingfour and one half inches 45ft4J inches parlIelfeet 80and adjoining the livery stable of C T Samuels Co and the Second Presbyterian Chinch On tins lot is a two tory brick building now occupied by the city court and the fire department For morn accurate de scription see deed book 32 page 17 SECOND The two story livery sta ble or workhouse fronting on Irvine itreet fortv four and threetenths feet 44 310 feet more or less and extend ing back one hundred and fifty and fourtenths feet 1504 10 feet more or less to a point on the line of theSocond reslvterian Church For further description ice deed book 40 page 370 THIRD The following description of the vacant lot is given in deed book 41 tage 547- certain lot of ground in the city of Richmond Ky and situated boo tween East Irvine and East Slain Sts and boundel as follows Beginning at the northwest earner of the Second Presbyterian Church lot and on tire east line of the citv hall property thence with the line of city hall prop erty northwest flltveight 58 feet to Mary Burnams southeast corner with her eastward sixty 60 feet to the lino of hide tCiott with their line southward fiftynine and onohalf 591 feet to the northeast corner of the aforesaid church lot on line of Hisle iott with line of said church lot westward sixty and onehalf nOn reef to the beginning The City Hall property will first be cold then the liverY stable and vacant lot the Dropnrtv will then lie offered as a whole tIme hid producing the most money to co time a sale TERMS Onehalf if purchase price dun and payable in six months from lnv of sale the remainder in twelve months each to bear six per cent in- tArft a note with good securety will be required with a lien retained on said property for the purchase money This property in among the most de sirable tor business purposes to be found in Richmond situated HR it is in the lrtof the business section of the cuT For further particulars or in formation call on or address tha under sitrnpci mmmittee W I ARNOLD J W BALES A T MILLER Com Public Sale I will otTer for sale publicfy on the premises o- nSaturday Aug 20 immediately alter sale of City Hall property my Brick Livery Stable on Irvine st The stable IK IGfl feet long and contains 40 nice stalls Lot is 48x105 feet This is an excellent stand having always enjoyed a good patronage Will also sell privately my farm 41 miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jas Parley place containing 245 acres with nice 6 room dwelling and appe orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm hn been in bluegrass for 16 years Price S per acre W MASTERS IJ Richmond Ky I Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately the homo formerly occupied by James Tevis riVctntld situated near the L N R U depot in Richmond Ky Sid place containI5 12 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eisjht rooms In firsftlass repair good cistern and all necessary out buildings good orchard and every timing to make it a desirable place of desiring to examine the property the undersigned will tall pleasure ia imimowingsame H R TEVIS 25mvtf RICHMOND Y Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly my farm situated 6 miles from Richmond 011 the Barnes Mill pike on Saturday Sept 3f 04 at 10 oclock a m The farm consists of 157 acres 40 ncrtrs for torn and tobacco 10 acres for wheat and time balance in grass Good Grist Mill 2 cows aud calves 5 rear li njr beilen 2 brood mares 1 good farm horse and buggy j 5 sows mid pigs farming itnplementp household and kichen s If not sold on above date will rent for the year mos For further particu lars call on J C BRQNSTON or Mrs Minerva Barnes Avctieeeer My services as an auctioneer can bo secured by leaviBtf rord at thenState i Bank Trust Co or by rUingv j 27 JU TDiChenaak rf TeCmi FI TtllphoMiHJlf iJ i TALK ABOUT TONICS 111 in of you are and f You buy here with a full tell you the truth itf You will just you can of it in the way As for 11 that for itself M of all offer is erate of your book a suit like either of those in Q C is over all the Ends have been sold but End on all be until the outtt our brut Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 12 each which will now be offered at S each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Carriage Works S L MIdklff Prop Our clothing it grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler DAVID BENNETT HILL went home from the St Louis a dis credited trickster William J Bryan went home loved by than any other citizen and honored by all So much for devotion to principle so much for high integrityand so much also for the Hill type of and peanut politics t Why man alive ther isntt anything forty drug stores that will make a fellow brace up andHfeeI his oatstt like a new suit clothes that fits perfectly and becomingly and is substantially made of goodmaterials I Thats the Kind you Get mell Schlossi j- is Oil the abel I when that Jis said you what getting we know what we are offeringb oJjIClothing knowledge of its worth We about know what expect of service Style and Fit shows But best the Clothing we consid pocket Think of buying shown the picture aPriceas7i9 r OUR LOOM END SALE and almost Loom Loom Prices Springand Summer Merchandisefl will still given entire lots are closed Get prices before buying elsewhere Ours is the Store that Saves you Money W D OLDHAM eo Richttlpnd SOrntf have Convention more Americans machination know LRIBLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime 1 Cement Plaster Hair Etc j 1 Corner Main and B Streets sprolyrPhone l 85I tttt t i IJv J ELDERS jt tLBARGIN STORE 14 aeg Warm Weather Suggests i the necessity of tile immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as are marie mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this money savilg store suggests the wisdom of buying here I S 61 At 0r Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with A1i choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids Q checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc r cq Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists regular 12jc 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 Voile new shades 15c Varigated Voile seven shades to select from I 12c India Linen Th to 25c and Girls stocklngsSpeclals40 dozen boys and girls lxi Black Ribbed Ithread Stock Ings Boys high spliced heals and toes and double a splendid wearing and Stlckln sizes 5 to 91 worth 25c at Vie pair 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings the iron wear kind 2threntrpal Mace 2x2 ribbed 11 double heel and toes made of servlceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at lrlC per pair Mattings 10 Hi and We yard Carpets 121c to Si 25 yard See Our stock of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 700 vd We are showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at 198 to 10 ever shown In Richmond Youths Suits c 4 to SS Knee Suits SI toss Mens Shirts 25c to 1 Straw Hats men and boys S We up to 125 of Notions complete Lace Curtaitis a beautiful line to select from SOc to ro pair Poles S anti lO- eA qStock Brass extension rods 810 aOll100 NEw Stock Ladies Muslin UnderwearConiot Covers 10 to 91 48c Pants 40c Gowns 48c Skirts 50c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts SI 25 to J1 S3 76 They are Leauties f t MILLINERY s 11 More beautiful styles The smartest creations of tho season are here and at urprisfnly Low Prices Shirt Waist Hats time most benutUuhtyle at to 2 OS Hundreds of beautifLil trimmed hints ready for 4 choosing ml ked at special Low PrlcEd to suit all purses Childrens School and Dress lists Flow 4 ofevery See them Bleaclieti Pillow cases lull size and fine quality choice wearing quail c4Pcr5 LadlesIUl11t8nta hlandkerclmicfs 5 10 and I5c ParJlsoIs40e to4 95 Cormiots 25o to MA Shoes nndSlipners all prices Picture Frames 5 1018 25 29 and 49c We have received about ACOOplcflTres from 5o up to 25c each Do not fall to see them We have only a few Jardinerea left at T 55 20 S4i 33 and 49c d d3Resp ctfuIly Submitted E V Elderte iJhc w r v a 4r sfJ S d I 0 I so i 0 S SSSSSSSSeeSsSSSSSssssSaSSSISpeSSeSSSSSS USO S SSSe SSSSa SS sSeSS SS SSSS aeSSSS S S SSS- a IS S sS SSI I e I I C I g r 4 I a t o 0 S t S a 5 U ti S rand Ising Out SaliS a S SI- 5S e r I 1SHaving decided to quit business at once we are offering SS Va 55our entire stock of 5S55 05IaG 1Lw BOOTS a 5 5 e re e 5 t iI18hoBS oiid Gents Furnis ings Iii OnlyS gi 1sf SSSS- 5g CWe are determined to close out and we offer 5 i 1 The Greatest Bargains of your Life S5S 5S5 S I 55 tSS from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see SSS 55S 5 S t for t OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settle SSO S5O1 1 1 f I I 5S SaS- 55 CRUTCUER TRIBBLE 5S 5 I Ialn Street Richmond Kentucky Hi e JO 5 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 4 S S S S S S S S 5 5 S S S S S S S S S 5 S S S aaeaaSOSSS eSSSSSSeSSSSSSSSSaaaSSSSSSSaSSSSSSSaSSaSSaSaSSSaaS The Richmond Climax u n PDHLIHHKUZVCKY WKDNKHDAY BY Tho Climax Printing Co Incorporated J HRN4ULT Preident MTtIKf Idto ft Mauer- tov i 101 L + H DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska Tint Convention which convened in Lexington on last Thursday the object of which WM to nominate a candidate for Appellate Judge result ed in great disorder and a general fight in which several were injured Judge Cantrill of Georgetown was nominated hut illegally so according to reports sent out After the wildest opposition and general pandemonium the convention adjourned to meet 24th at which time the legality of the nomination will be questioned Kills Germs of Catarrh Bj mii CM U tkt Rut rf tW awe aM lit 1 fNil Catarrhcannot be cured by the nee of pills liquid medicines and socalled ystein tonics Under such treatment ilic germs of the disease will still live in the air passages and increase and is the only scientific and thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs in the air naeeaces it enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the microbes in the blood and effectually drives from the system all traces ofcatarrhal poison Probably the strongest evidence that an be offered as to the powers of Hyo mei to cure catarrh is the fact that B L Middelton will agree to refund the- money if you say Hyoinei hIM not cured youThe complete Hyomei outfit costs sIoo and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of HY9 mei The jnhaler lasts a lifetime and if one bottle does not cure an extra bottle can be obtained for 50- cDoJclavcome early Whit 1J5ons l3g Sale n Browers Summer Furniture at reduceQ prices 10 per cent off on OldHickoiy Goods Tudor Porch Shades other porch furniture etc 25 per cent off all Furnitur- eAA chance to get goods at ajipw price r 3his week Cash only CJIBtowBrGoIJ Exclusive Sole AgentsI MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON EY ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite Le A Depot TELEPHONE 425 WP are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD a camliilnte for SdcriflTof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party List of Dsows asd Danalietu to Cotton Shower ten Pattfe A CUy Infirmary Rich mend KT July 30 J904 Miss Hallie Hamilton half dozen napkins Mrs H P Reid two towels Miss Mary Culton two pillow slips Mrs O D Miller two pillow sUps one lambrequin Mrs Ida Powell two towels Mrs Jas W Smith two towels Miss Etlel Hencox two pillow slips Mrs Elmer Deatherage two towels Mrs W R Letchor one dresser scarf covertMrs Susan Tribble two Mrs Stanton Thorpe two towels Mrs James GntbrieShelbyville one half dozen towels Mrs Lee Darnaby Lexington two pillow slips AlrsJT Wilkereon Lexington two table covers Miss Manawillie Smith two pillow slipsMrs Mamie Stockton une tray cov er one table cover Mrs Green Clay one table cover two pillow slips Mrs Eugenia Hume one pair pillow cases pillowIGeorgeS Blantou table cover- Mrs Harvey Riddell Denver Col table cover Miss Klddell Irvine table cover caeesIMrs K B Hume 5 pillow cases Slit k ion II nine 9 pillow cases Mrs Itoiwrt Riddell Irvine two pil low alips Mrs A E Gougn Lexintou two pil low slips Mrs Tom Thorpe two curtains Mrs Geo D Simmons two towels Mrs C D Patton two sheets Mrs Ed Powell table cover Mrs M E East two pillow slips Mrs Robert Walker 2 pillow slips Miss Marguerite Dykes table cover Mrs J D Dvkes half dozen napkins Mrs Jas Arbuckle two towels Mrs Geo W Evans table cover Miss Annie Deatherage one towel Miss Pattie Deatherage one towel Miss Martha Parsons two towels Mrs Dave Biggerstatf two towels Mrs Jas D Walker one sheet Mrs W SOldtaam one spread Miss Georgia Wilson one towel Miss Katie Wilson one towel Jltrtl W L Leeds pair pillow slips Mrs U L Gentry Nashville Tenn one towel Deafness Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the enstachian tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Impertect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness in the result and unless tim inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ten are nothingbutcons services We wilt give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Oatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cu ENEY Co Toledo O 75cflhllg the but J 1Y Sirs Theo Wilson one towel Mrs R L Gentry one counterpane Mrs J T Shackelford two pair pile low cases Mrs W H Dodge one counterpane Mrs Mary Maddox one sheet for bandage and one spread Mrs W T Gniggs one pair pillow slips and one tray cloth Mrs J O Mason two towels Mrs A K McCown counterpane Miss Carlisle Chenault four sheets Mrs Barrett one pair sheets one pile low slip two towels Mrs Weaver two towels Mrs B W Turner six towels Mrs Mary English one pair pillow casesMrs B L Banks three towels Mrs Sam Deatherage one pair pillow slips Mrs Tom Arnold two tray covers Mrs N J Arnold two tray covers Mrs D H Myers pair pillow slips Mrs H L Perry two bath towels Mrs Ed Wines two bath towels slipsMrsMrs P F Adams Jr dozen napkins Mrs A D Miller pair towels Richard Foster Adams pen wiper Mrs E E McCann four towels Mrs B L Middelton pair curtains Mrs Sharp Shelby viile tray cover Miss Matilda Tribble pair pillow ca sesMrs C A Taylor pair towels slipsMrsMiss Sue Smith pair pillow cases Mrs n S Harbor pair pillow cases one table cover Mrs Wm Gormley tray cover two pillow slips Mrs Will Pigg six towels pillowMae Herman Frasa six towels Mrs Harvey Chenault table cover Mrs Lewis B Herrington Jr Ma con Ga four towels Mrs Joe ChAnault table cover thatWhiteMrs N B Deatberage pair sheets towelsMiss towelsMrsMrs R E Turlev one sheet towelsMrs casosMrspllluvcl18esl1rs traycover casesMrstowelsMrsMrs JI18 Heard pair towels onepillowtowelMIss slipsMissMrs E C Million pair towels Mrs Geo Prewitt pair pillow cases Mrs Henrietta Bronston towel Mrs Marguerite Wilmore 6 pillow slips 4 towels Misses Wilmore two tray covers Mrs D B Shackelford table cloth Mrs Ed Mattingly pair pillow slips AndersonMrsfS Marcus Phelps and Mrs Wal ton pair pillow slips Mrs W C Mills pair pillow cases Every minute a Bargain at White Gibsons Big Sale Mrs R C Stockton table cover Miss Jane D Stockton 2 table covers Miss Burnam pair pillow cases Miss Lucia Burnam pair pillow cases Major C F Burnam one spread Mica Addie Hunley 60 cents Mrs Carrie Prather 5 yards cotton Mrs Lyman Parrish three sheets Mrs Mary B Clay 2 Mrs James Bennett Mrs Fannie Smith Miss Mary Curtis Huntington W Vs 50 cent- sllIssJeePrather three towels Mrs Chas Powell pair pillow cases Mrs Jerry Powell pair pillow cases Mrs Wall r Bennett pair heets Mrs Gilbert Griustead 2 pair pillow casesMrs Gordon Yates4 towels Mrs G B Turley Sr bleached cotton M4 John M Price Atchison Kan 6 wash rags Mrs B Juett4tow J8 u4Keli J q J lMIII8Miss Laura Bright pair pillow cases Miss Higgins pair plow cases Mrs W W Wattsdozen napkins Mrs Nannie Embry hall doz towels Mrs W O Chenauft pillow case cotton 4 Mrs Jas T Akkra two towels Mrs G W Picfcels pair pillowcases Miss Mary Pickels pai towels Mrs W B Smith onenignt shirt Mrs R It Burnam three towels Mrs E T Burnam sijc pillow cases Miss Josephine Schmidt 3 towels MISS Katherine Schmidt table cover Miss Nora Francis tray cover Miss Oallie Adams pair pillow cases Mrs R K Stone 2 pillow cases Mrs Jim Powers 4 pillow cases Mrs J W Zaring 5 pillow cases Irs Hugh McLellan mir pillow cases Mrs John Finnell pair towels Mrs E V Elder one fjeeser ffcarf Mrs Dan Ohenanlt par pillow cases Mrs Leslie Evans pair towels Miss Bourer night gowh I i Mrs Maria Lynn pgir tpwels Mrs Schlegel pair towels Mrs Joe Giunchighani 12 pillow cases Mrs Yeager Lfxington table cover Mrs M F Enrigbt bleached cotton Mrs Curran Smith and Miss Smith 6 pillow cases Mrs iso Shepherd pair pillow cases Mrs t1 HuRuely pair towels sirs J O Lackey two towels Mrs T B Collins counterpane Mrs Jas P Tribbln four towels MIBS Tribble four towels Mrs S Phelps tray cover two pillow G B Turley Jr two towels Mrs J 0 Lackey 6 towels Miss Maria Crawford sheet Mrs R W Miller 6 towels Farley March towel 2 pillow cases Mrs Barrett 7 tea towels Mrs Katherine Schafhansen 2 towes Mrs C E Smoot 2 pillow cases Mrs Butler Carrier 2 pillow cases Miss Annie Shaw pillow slip sirs Letcher half dozen napkins Miss Kate Walker Frasa Bros 5 boxes waf- ersPERSONAL Mr A D Miller was in Irvine MondayMr Mrs John M Price are at Estill Springs Mr James Tribble is at home from Estill Springs Attorney R E Roberts has returned from a visit to Texas Miss Bessie Dudley is at home from the Worlds fair Miss Annie McKee is at home from French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs Joe Schafhausen have returned from St Louis Mr and Mrs R W Miller spent Sunday at Estill Spring Miss Minnie Wagers is at home from French Lick Springs Miss Bernice Taylor will go to Ir vine to day for a short visit Miss Elsie Zimmcr of Lancaster is visiting Miss Marie Schilling Mrs Ambrose Wagers of Cincin nati is here visitingrelatives Mrs Mattie Hart of Omaha Neb is the guest of Mrs Lizzie Miller MrB W Turner has been spending a few days at Estill Springs Mrs M C Kellogg and children are visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs S H Thorpe and son Cecil are at Crab Orchard Spt ings Mrs John Mahler and daughter are visiting relatives in Henderson Messrs J J Grrenleat and John Power spent Sunday at Estill Springs Mrs A M Feland is visitingrela tives in RicbmondlnteriorJournal- Judge and Mrs H C Rice will leave teday for Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs E M Veatch Jr and little daughter visited at Paris last weekMiss Nellie Peyton of Lexington is here visiting her cousin Miss Mary ScottMiss Agnes Meadc of Somerset is the guest of Misses Nellie and Mayme KellerMrs T B Collins and Mrs W B Williamson spent last week in Lex ingtonMiss Margaret Miller has been visiting Mrs Edward Grubbs at Mt SterlingRev M Jolly and wife of Burks vile are visiting Mr and Mrs T B BrattonMrs M A Phelps is visiting her daughter Mrs Richard locker near StanfordMrs Boggs spent Sunday last with Miss Margaret CUyton at BeattyvilleMiss Burns of Cynthiana is the guest this week of he sister Mrs N V White Mrs P E Cartwright of New Deca tur Ala is here visiting her daughter Mrs H H Frasa Misses Alma and Nettie Scriv ener left yesterday for a visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Mary Belle Field Miller is visiting friends in Richmond Win chester Democrat Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker and Miss Katherine Walker spent Sunday at Estill Springs Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel on Wednesday August 10th Inst Miss Helen Turner is visiting friends and relatives in Richmond KyShelbyScntinelMr Louisville has been spending a few days with relatives and friends here Miss Margaretta Smith has returned to Philadelphia to resume her work in Dr Prices hospital Misses Katherine and Mary Scully of Lexington are guests of Misses McKenna and Conway Mr and Mrs McKenna of Lexing ton have been visiting their daugh ter Mrs R J McKee Miss Ella Pendloton of Winchester has been the attractive guest of her sister Mrs John Turley Mr and Mrs Robert E Tipton of tit Sterling spent last week with relatives and friends kere Mr G W Blount section foreman for the L A road has moved his family to Beattyville toeside- MLsMyit1Ballard of this city slid kcr two eeMiiu UiM i Crket l 1A4yers o Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only Hair Vigor Jairfood you can buy For 60 tears It has been doing just we claim it will do It- bill not disappoint you If Mj hair Used to be nry abort But attar hair Vigor a abort time it began tgrownd now It ti fourteen Inches long Tbl seems a ipendldr ult to me after being almost without Mas J 1L iorado Springs Colo 1100 a bottle JCATERCO All Lowell Ma drne1tfor Short Hair andBassett Gilchrist of Lexington spent last week at Estill Springs Mr and Mrs Beacham Lackey have gone to housekeeping in Mr Bushs netv cottage on Aspen Ave iliss Florrie Chenault Is at homeI frqm a visit to her sister Mrs Harri son Simrtill in Lexington Mrs Orville A Kennedy of Louis villa has been visiting Mrs SV R Letcher Jr on High street Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and their handsome sons are at Estill Springs for a ten days stay tMr and Mrs A P Mitchell of Ncholasville were guests last week of Dr and Mrs H C JasperIMr J W Barnett of Mobcrley Mo is the guest of his brother MrJ I W Barnett on Walnut street Mr J D Dykes will go to Crab Orchard Springs Saturday to join his family who are spending some time thereMrs Sallie Cornelison and Miss Johnio Azbill are at home from a months visit to Kansas City and the St Louis fair Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatherage left yesterday for Kansas City to vis it reatives They will also take in the St Louis Worlds fair Mr S B McSwain has gone on a prospecting tour through Oklahoma and the West He will also visit the St Louis Exposition Miss Hallie Hamilton one of the popular clerks at W D Oldhams spent Sunday with her parents at Wi emantown Ky Dr W C Jasper of Piano Texas has concluded a visit to his brother DrH C Jasper in this city and has returned to his home The greatest sale ever conducted in Richmond is at White Gibsons Miss Edna Schlegel was hostess ata delightful panic party on last Wed nesday night in honor of Miss Agnes Francis of Lexington Mrs Silas Yeager has returned to her home in Lexington accompanied by Miss Edna Sohlegsl who will be her guest for several weeks Mr Mat Cohen has returned from Versailles accompanied by his little daughter Anne Bennett who has been visiting relatives there Mr L Parker Adams is in St Louis enjoying the fair His place as night clerk at the Glyndon is being filled by Mr Merritt Williams during his absence motherMrsTheywillreturn home Cottonburgand partytoPrices smashed to Fiinders at White c Gibsons Big Sale toIrvineWillieJoeMr T T Covington who has been at the of his son Kit has re rtsKithis recovery MaryBoggsJ Simmons and Messrs Arnold yesterdayfor EWeaversufficiently recovered from his burns as to be able to be out He filled his pUlpit on last Sunday Miss Cary Rice the attractive SamRiceed a number of her friends at an im promptu dance on Mondaynight Cost no consideration at While Gibsons Big Sale Messrs W A Todd and G W attendingthetaking tho examination required of bytheMrs J R Williams entertained at Saturdayfromthe feature of the morning and Miss Mabel Letton of thijf citj was guest fhonorIMrs Neville Moberly of Versailles is expectfd Monday to be the guest of her sister Mrs J B jHaggin at Green lulls Lexington pemocrat Mrs W E Myers and daughter Miss Janie have gone to the Worlds Fair While in St Louis they will be guests of Mr and Mm Smith Myers Mr and Mrs H B Hanger and three handsome sons have gone for a six weeks stay at Virginia Beach Old Point Comfort and White Sulphur Springs Mrs Ida Powell anddanghter Miss Elizabeth and Miss Mamie Wagers of Richmond were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Hamilton last week E till Herald Mr and Mr Jam s Arbuckle of Richmond and Miss Dt Embryof Lexington passed through yesterday enroute to Crab Orchard Springs Interior Journal Mr Boyd Wagers the popular candidate for Assessor is sojourning at Crab Oichard Springs His many friends hope that his health will be much benefited thereby The many friends of Miss Carlisle Chenault will rgret to know that she ha been compelled by ill health to enter the P A C Infirmarywhere she will receive treatment Dr and Mrs Nathan McKinney of Millersburgwere euess last week of Mr and Mrs Tbomaa Phelps at Drowning Creek Heights Mr Mc Kinney is an old C Uboy Mr and Mrs DouglAs Payne and children have returned to their home Snnny Side Ark after a visit to Mrs Jerre Noland Mrs Payne was formerly Miss Hallie Turley Mr and Mrs John B Chenault and three little daughters of Tempest Va are here to spend the remainder of the summer with Mr and Mrs T D Chenault at Cumberland View Rev and Mrs Eugene Bell and son Henry will leave tomofrowfor Korea where Mr Bell will resume his mis sionary work They will go by tho wayof Chicago and Vancouver B C Mrs Gibson Taylor of Seattle is in Richmond for a visit She will go from there to Estill Springs tpI spend several weeks with Mr and Mrs W R Thomas Lexington DemocratMrs Baldwin has gone to Annapolis Maryland to spend several weeks with her daughter Mrs Carlo Brittain Lieutenant and Mrs Brit tain will spend the month of September with Mrs Baldwin near town Rev and Mrs Ashby Jones and son Cyrus Turner are here from Richmond Va to spend the rest of the summer with Mr and Mrs Chas Turner at Caleast Mrs Jones was formerly the beautiful Miss May Turner of this place Mrs Julia Craig Dunn who has been at Mexico City Mo for some time arrived Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs J E Bruce Interior Journal MrsDunn is a former resident of this city and news of her will be received with pleasure by her old friends She conducted music class and is an acknowledged musician of high rank She is the widow of Ows ley Dunn A jolly crowd of young people en joyed a hay ride on last Tuesdayeven ing The guests of honor were Misses Scully and Maloney of Lexing ton Annie McCollough of George town Agnes Meade of Somerset and Maggie Gallxgher oLLouisville Others in the party were Misses Mayme and Nell Keller Mayme Bolton Blanche A1exander Kate McKenna Marie Schilling and Mattie Elder Messrs John and James Conwav Will ONeil George Summa George Mershon John Hamilton Otto Pow ers John Cobb Fount Ferrill Mrs John Sexton chaperoned the young people and a most enjoyable evening was spent Miss Minne Dykes who is at Lake Chautauqua New York is studying voice culture with Dr Duft has been paid a very high compliment by that eminent professor Dr Duft is to give a select concert at an early date for which occasion he chose his four best singers I consider Miss Dykes my best soprano by far said the professor This is a high compliment most worthily bestowed Miss Dykes sweet voice is too well known here in her home town to need any praise Her many friends are joyous ever the high stand she has taken in the cultured circles of Lake Chautauquaand news of her repeated successes is very gratifying to all There will be a delightful entertair ment given at Kirksville on Saturday Aug 13 by Miss Eula Jackson of Lex ington elocutionist assisted by Misses Ollie Pigg cornetist and Olive Jack son accompanist Miss Eula Jackson is a reader of rare ability having just returned from New York City where she has been studying Miss Pigg is a noted cornetist and the evening prom- Ises to to one of great pleasure THE ESTILL SPRINGS CO 4INCQRPQRAT ii J 7TJ F F F7F 7F ffi7 7I Your Last Chance V M f Next Monday at J2 oclock noon our Great Sweepout Salei will be over and your opportunity for buying goods at these prices afe i will be a thing of the past 5 Dont Miss Our Bargain Counter izI7 Shoes formerly sold at J50 2 and 3 Bargain Counter prices 49 79 and 99 cts Shoes added to Bargain Counter each day from regular stock rRemember that the price of every article in the house large or small has been reduced a ill Our regular goods reduced as follows U IAll other goods reduced in proportion to above prices All goods at these prices are strictly cash YOURS FOR BARGAINS p Rice and ArnoldMain Richmond Ky y lli ffi7I 7F7Iffi 7F 7I 7I7IFI7 McCreary Corner in Central Record Miss Pigg is well known here where her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Pigg formerly lived She recentlyvisited her aunt Mrs Charlie Pigg She be gun her cornet study with Proftssor Robert Mitchell formerly of this city but now of Winchester- Mr George Keats Speed prominent young newspaper man of New York assistant city editor of the New York Journal has been spending few days in the city the guest of Mr and Mrs Harrison Simrall He has now gone to Richmond to visit relatives Mr Speed is a former Kentuckian and very bright and attractive and always a welcome visitor in his old home Miss Florrie Chenault left Saturday for her home in Richmond She has been here for two months visiting Mr and Mrs Harnson Simrall and Mr and Mrs Chenault She is one of Lexingtons most charming visitors and leaves number of admirers regretting her departure Lexington Leader Royal Saloon FIRST STREET iIi refreshingdrinks modating uptodate clerks J Finest Wines Whiskies and Cigars Bronston Bros jl27lm PHONE 140 Credit is a fine thing I Thrift is better I I Deposit with liStatep 1Trust I ESTILL SPRINGS fromfarMost Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters Sulphur Baths The Best ofCooks Finest BallRoom in the Stated Splendid Music i y and the society of the most charming people in Kentucky and adjoining States The season is now at its height SEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months it the Springs Special rates are made after Septemberfirst and more and more guests avail themselves of this each year For further information address WR THOMAS n MaIi1ssILVINLKYa aa 5 00 Shoes 3 79 3 50II 279 3 00II 2 49 2 50II 199 2 00 II 169 outbuildings 5 00 Oxfords 3 59 3 50 259 3 00II 239 7f2 50 41 186 i2 00 I697I street t a a If you Love your Wife r Dont Roast Her A Buy her a Gas T This is no Joke J Jbr7 a Trvingto nurse the kindling wot newspapers all burned patience j jca Detroit Jewel las Range The Raven whispers only that and nothing fimore 11 a m Days work lost Off for Gas Office t 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the lanai stock displayed 1 p m Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory setting2pmRange uptodate 3pm Street service and piping nearly finish Competent c workmen pushing the installation meals 4 p Work completed with light over stove for early md late j fullVp in home meal piping hot from the op upper and lower ovens all complete at the same time No IngICor 1 ttCbC5 back Parrlstt Zlchod1 Range Well Named Paint Thepractical painter svy the man who at the weather because the paint on his house wont j weather the storms live a life of sun shine by using Pattons t SUNPROOFPaint allwhiteleadbination paint materials to stand the severest trial the sun and wellforSend for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to f PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs GeoM Willging209 W Main st next to Madison NatI Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc z 7irksotile School o- v51os actc1s G P Simmons Principal Incidental Fees MARK S PECZHAM Asst Prin All Grades 50 mts per Term MISS ADA ALLEN Prin Dept of MusIc All Fees PayaVe in Advance Fees O0perTcrmAGrammar 15 00 A Grammar 15 00 00DepartmentInstruments for Practice 20 00 JnroIlm9nt last year 101 We expect to increase it largely this year dociditigwhatSALOONS Wo solicit Patronage from whopeople wish their children controlled and no others Boarding can secured at following ratesFrom to Friday 175 059Sonda P SIMMONS Principal JL KIRKSVILLE KY oFor Sale r streetopposltdand extends 200 It House con hallsGoodnecessary This Is one resideucesintermli call at residence E G Usuit 0 rJi m tirethe m r storms 1 could of Tuition Monday D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATEAGENT Your ButinessSulicited- Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY tOst In this city or last Friday n Key Rlhtrwlthfnnr or five keys attached Liberal reward ron return of same to understated Dr M Dunu ly2O4t- i f i s- I I ii I An Qpportunity 6 In order to reduce our stock we will until September J make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Dontt fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies1they are worth JO to J5 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone e et WOtS 1oPHONE Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FORj Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a CanI 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 10 1001I Paris is to have free mail delivery by November 1st We stand back of every dollars worth of goods sold at this sale White Gibson It is reported that gold and silver have been found in Oldliam county near Beards Station The celebrated Star fruit tin can only 40c per dozen at The Racket StoreI augB tt Suit Bratton Four hundred and seventyeighi Kentnckians were registered at the WorMs Fair on last Wednesday Mrs Miranda Evans aged 65 of Faytte county was killed while trying to save her dog from an intorurban car- Ve desire to will the attention of our readers to the changed advertise meet of Rice Arnold as it appears in this issue Donglas Cultons meat market has been treated to a new coat of white paint which adds materially to the ap pearance of the building Crutcher Tribble have something new to SHV to our readers in this issue of the CLIMAX Read their advertisement and profit thereby Mr Olaud Hinds ormerly of this city cot his right arm broken while working with a machine last Wednec day at the lock near Ford Dr II It Glbijvn is the proud pos sefor of a handsome lap robe made from the hide of a jennett It was a gilt from Dr W L Hockaday and is highly prized by its owner WANTEDTwo men to act as Agents for Metropolitan Life Insurance o None but hustlers need apply Applv to Jno H Toy Aest Supt Oldham Bldg jly27tf We purchased our vehicles to sell and it you will only Cl1 and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and custo mer tf S L Midkiff Prop Our attention has been called lately to the larse number of pony traps to be seen on our streets Children in a dozen or more families are proud pos sessors of the petite turnouts and every day driving is enjoyed to the fullest by youngtprs Examine our elegant display of Carriages Binaries etc before making a purchase We are celling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L Midkiir Prop Yearling for Sale A pure bred Hereford hull a good one Gall on or write Joe T Jones Silver Creek Ky auglJ 2t are you satisfied with yo- uriaundty Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry office Rice Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeYour city taxes are now due Please call andsettle T C ONeil tf City Collector- Offi City Hall Building Mason Quart Jars 55 cents dozen 2 quarts C5c at Racket Store lat Every human being in the Universe has special talent Successtul men are those who have kept that tal ent before the world A cloudburst at Norti Middletown caused very heavy damages The pikes were washed ten feet deep in some places Gardens tobacco fields etc were ruined Water in Trimble Tudys store stood six Inches deep Mules Sold Mr T J Curtis of Kirksville sold one pair of 8 year old mules to Mr Jake Collins for Ohio parties for 400 This was a good price Found Came to my place on Taylors Fork about ten days ago one brindle dehornd steer weight about 500 pounds Owner can have same by provingproperty and paying charges H E Allen aug84t Youl regret it if you dont come to White Gibsons big sale Fire Dollars Reward The dove season is now on and scores of hunters for these birds go out each day to different parts of the county A roward of five dollars will be given to any one who will direct the hunters to a dove roost anywhere in the county See T J Moberly Residence for bale A nice residence on High street con taming eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs Cindn Karr For particulars call on or address either of the undersigned 2t Mrs Cinda Karr W H Douglas Richmond Ky Gold Dust Won at Lexington Mr Robert Walker won the 3yearold harness ring last week at the Lexington Horse Show with his beautiful mire Gold Dust against a ring of nine entries All horsemen present were heard to say that it was the best lot of 3yelirolds ever exhibited She was sold after the show to Mr Mat 8 Cohen who will ship her East A word to von White Gibsons big sale is novln full swing For Sate 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 30 feet front and back porch good barn ice house and all necessary 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 M1ci Bum kpj 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 r jSomething to EAT 3is always an interesting subjectespecially when IfJGreen Vegetables all kinds of j Canned Goods Fruits Candies jin fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line Jof SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND j I e GARDENS j GIVE US A CALL Horber Hiigiiely Successors to E Deatherage Co rru r vt vfiHWMKIIW t it t t tt vtY iti II I I ifi Q f1r 6 IS ifi1 1 H STRAW HATS ti 1 HALF PRICE J 5 I Weve cut the price on Straw Hats just half intwo because we have too many on hands and they must be sold now while the season is here no matter how great Atlt the lossS c 300 For 150 250II 125 i 2 00II LOU For j 50tor All new goods the famous BrighamHopkms Styles and Quality gt v i v 5 iThink of the great saving and be quick for first choice V 1 Jp line of Childrens Sailors half price L I 1 w QOVINGTON BANKSOutfitters for Men andBoys i1r r1f t 5 V l t i ILost During the fire which destroyed ny home on last Thursday I lost DIY watch The person who picked it up will kindly return same to me at the P A C InfirmaryRev E Weaver Lost Strayed or stolen From Potts Mill about July 15 two yearling heifers as follows One dark brown one red with slip horn weight about pounds Liber al reward will be paid for return of same or information leading to recov ery of stock 2t Irvine Isaacs Whites Station Ky Democracy From the Fountain Head Hon W B smith of Richmond has promised the editor that he will de liver a simonpure Democratic speech here before the campaign closes Mr Smith is one of the best Democrats in the county and when he speaks at this place a crowd will be here ready to listen Smith in a Democrat all the time Valley View Argent XEff CiR CillFORXlA On August 15th the Missouri Pacific Railway will establish a daily through tourist sleeping car lite St Louis to Ian Francisco Train will leave St Louis daily 1159 p m The route will he via Missouri Pacific Railway to Pueblo Colo thence via Denver and KioGraide to Salt Lake City and Ogden and Southern Pacific to San Francisco and Los Angeles This is the famous scenic line of the world through the picturesque Rocky Mountains The service and accommodations will be up to late and will be personally conducted Very low rates will be in effect from August 15 to September 10 via Missouri Pacific Ry to the principal Pacific Coast points and return Also low rate colonist one way tickets will be sold from Sept 15 to Oct 15 For rates information and reservation of berths apply to A A Gallagher D P 419 Walnut st Cincinnati Ohio Coming Only September 21 FAMOUS FOREIGN ARTISTS t Finite Itnswt Sow Hibrt the of pill lijjin sri The Forepaugh anti Sells Brothers United Shows to exhibit at Richmond on Septeti ber 21 have always been conspicuous the strength and variety of tluir circus talent this year made even mure notable by the first American introduction of the Bruin Lecus sons the French family of seven eques trians of both sexes introducing their comingled bareback and fourinhand park brake acrobatic de serving special mention as the only entirely new circus feature known to the arena for the past fifty years These remarkable originators come dl rect from Paris where their success has been prolonged and Mons Hubert is still another French sensationalist who also makes his first appearance in this country In one of his equestrian acts lifting a sulky by its thills he leaps therewith on to the hare back of his horse and in another after performing rarely original feats of jugglery in a park cart drawn around the race course he finishes by balanc jug the cart on his chin Then again the Szarvasi Frencz Troupe of nine hungarian Magyars make their first smywhereawayfromhome appearance in singularly emotional dances and wildly strenuous acrobatic performances peculiar to the strange people to which they belong s More surprising strangers are the four male and female Martlneks the funniest and moat original hur lesqners that ever Frogland can furnish Nor is America awhit behind in the rivalry for arenic laurels the Eddy Family pre eminent in their special line both at home and abroad now the first time introducing their new and phenomenal Aerial stage aorobatic act the first and only one of its kind DEATHS McCov Mr and Mrs James McCoy who reside on Moberly Avonue have the sympathy of their friends over the loss ol their three months infantwfrose death occurred on last Thursday Iun eras services were heldat the residence on Friday afternoon after whicK the Uttlebody was buried in the Ricbnond- csaieWrp BIRTHS qLAyA fine tenpound boy arrived on the first of August to make his home with Mr and Mrs Chas Clay News comes from Winchester of the birth of a daughter to Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivner Both Mr Scrivner andI wife are natives of this county the latter having formerly been Miss Rachel McCord jt Red Mens Street Fair and Carnival Asso September 12 to 17 6 days 10 big shows 4 free attractions each day Tile MM I desire to say to the people of Madi son county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronston Brothers with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike Enrighta old stand and I am now ready to ac commodate mv customers Please call and see me Rrspt 1jan05 W M CHEEKMORE A Tribute Again our hearts go out in tenter sympathy to the dear friends in Home land Mr and Mrs Sam Bennett Less than three weeks ago the beautiful spirit ot the sister Mrs McOhcsney passed into the life eternal Today July 28 1004 the sweet happy baby life that for two years had brought a glimpse of Heaven into the household was withdrawn Dear little John Such a ray of sunshine as he was Such a ray of Gods eternal sunshine as he is to dav safe in the arms of Jesus It is a shadowed home without the little one bat we thank God for the clear un questioning faith that enables his loved ones to look upl through their tears and behold him in the glorified circle of the Homeland above that awaits their coming M W W Free Reclining Chair Cars to the- Worlds Fair The Southern Hallway has inaugurated a line of Iree reclining chair cars on the night trains between Lexington Louisville and St Louis through with out change in each direction addi lion to the through sleepers and coaches heretofore operated These are brand new vestibuled cars with all the latest improvements in clud iTg smoking compartment separ ate wash rooms forladlesand genMemen lighted by pintsch gas These reclin ing chair carl are sure to prove popular with the patrons of the road as they are very comfortable and at night the chairs can be turned back and used in stead of the Pullman sleeper without any extra charge Any passenger ldin a regular through ticket over the Southern Railway is entitled to ride in these cars CRIMSON CLOVER NEW CROP THE best Winter and Spring crop for Fall sowing far superior to Rye Yields 1 to 2 tons of finest hay three weeks before Red Clover is ready to cut Stands the Winter splendidly in Kentucky and Southern Indiana if sown early The finest of all soil improving crops for Fall sowing Send for descriptive circular giving lull information Seed must be fresh or it as no good and to secure the best Seed always order TIM II BLUE mm f Wild SM S i Ct ll Swd hers ad sIITIEI 1 IHhWIlIeI r Bert AjaerfTums3eedscan Grass and Clover Seeds full stocks Dwarf Essex Rape LOW Headed Kale Rye mxiey b Winter Ots Vetches SEC usc Foi O FiL CATMOeIU- II L J MATRIMONIAL LEIBFBITZ FORBES Mr Geo Leibfri z of Miner Ill and Miss Lizzie Forbes of White Hall were qniety married at the brides home on last Sunday at 3 p m Rev G W Shepherd officiating TheI groom is a wealthy farmer of Miner while his bride is an unusually pretty and young lady They will reside at Bloomington III BRADTORDFELAND The marriage of Dr A DeMoss Bradford of Bellevlew Tenu and Miss Jeannie Feland was quietly celebrated on last Wednesday morning at the home of the brides sister Mrs C M Shearer The cero mony brief but beautiful was said by Rev Hugh McLellan in the presence of only n few of the friendsand relatives of the popular bride Miss Felands marriage removes from our city one other most cultured daughters She was a favorite alike in social educational and church circles Her loss to our community will be a distinct gain to Belleview and the best wishes of her boat of friends follow her to her new home Her fortunate husband is a rising young physician and is said to DP worthy in every way of the prize he has won Following Low Rates in Ettect via L N Parks Hill Ky and return one fare August 3 to 14 limited August 15 ac count Dcering Gamp Meeting- Louisville Ky and return one fare plus 25c Aug 13 to 16 limited September 10 Returning through St Louis 11 60 account Biennial Conclave KP Atlantic City and return 1745 Au gust 11 limited 12 day including date of sale Niagara Falls and return 1045 Au gust 11 17 25 limited 12 days includ ingdateofqaieLexington and return one and onethird fares August 16 to 20 limited August 21 account Colored Fair Boston Mass and return 20 to 123 30 per route Auguet 12 13 14 lim- Ited August 20 or extended to Septeni her 80 by deposit 50c account National G A R Henderson Ky and return one and one third fares August 23 to 24 limited September C account Interdenomina tional S S Convention Brodhead Ky aifd return one fare plus 25c August 1718 19 limited An ugust 20 account Itocbcaatle Fair J W Hamilton Agent Richmond Worlds hair Association The above heading is the unique tie ofthiefairassoclationcomposed of Messrs Ernst and June Wiggins as President and Secretary and Miss Sallia Wiggins Treasurer The directors areas follows James Leeds Henry Smith Leonard Robinson Jesse Dykes Eugene Arnbld William Baxter George Maupin and Willie Elder A very neat little catalogue filled with spicy advertisements fn m our various merchants lies been gotten out by these progressive young men Their exhibition will be held on Fifth street on Thursday August 18th Premiums from one cent up to fifteen cents will be offered for various entries such as prettiest dressed doll best hemstitched kerchief best driving goat best walk Ing pony foot race best dozen ears of corn prettiest pair of white rats and various other premiums in the vegeta ble line Prices into the ring will be moderate ranging from 1 cent to 10 cents this last named applying to adult Tickets can be purchased at any time from any of the officers This Juvenile lair promises to be first class in every respect and bboTrs great bust ness sagacity on the part of its promo ters who deserve to be encouraged in such ideas for BOW are the founda tions of sturdy successful manhood being laid Jim Parsons a Lexington man Is is building a six room cottage the front of which fa of sthracite coal put together with blek cement Jt is Hid to be v8fiKtMtiV GI 1 0Iir I5Q 75 cts l1S t- I ilt OQ II fi fi 11 l tti if V 50I 25oJj 4k t A clean Jr Fine 4 t1l performances unprecedented in BRANDJJ accomplished Encampment as A Wise Horse The Richmond Climax speaking of the Knights Templar Conclave to beheld in that city next summer says it will be the first held there since 1896 This calls to mind a funny incident connected with the 96 conclave Capt Sam Miller of this city was at that time a prominent K T and secured a larire handsome horse Black John worked to the local express wagon when not on dress parade The parade formed with Capt Miller and Black John heading the procession down main street All went well until Black John saw an Adams Express sign hanging on a post when he im mediately wheeled around and backed up to it No amount of coaxing and spurin would induce him to move until some bystander rattled a lot of goods boxes when Black John switched his tail and again took up the march Capt Miller sent a runner ahead and had all express signs re moved so the horse finished the parade with no further stops The fact that he had been driven to the express wagon for ten years caused Capt Miller to forgive the animal for doing what it considered to be its duty so he had an extra pail of oats was served Black Johns supper Central Record A Large fish Mr Lyman Rqberts of this county brought a huge sturgeon to town the first of the week The fish was caught in a net in the Kentucky river near Valley View and weighed 65 pounds Its presence created no little attention as it is reldom one sees so large a fish The bargains offered are certainly ni ney savers at White Gibsons big sale Knows Miona Will Cure t L liAMtw Hu Sid Faith is Tlii Grcit Djippsu Uttttl rut It UftrsitW It ILls an Unusual thing for a druggist f to sell a medicine under a guarantee to refund the money Hit does not cure Yet this is the way B L Middelton the popular druggist is selling Miona the standard dyspepsia remedyINever before has number of customers tell him that aImedicine has cured as with Mi People who a few months ago looked like walking skeletons have put on flesh and today are ruddy and vigorous with perfect digestion and good health solely duo to the use of this remedy There is no longer any need of any one suffering or making their friends suffer on account of dyspepsia for Mi ona can be relied upon to cure The percentage of cures isjso nearly one hundred per cent that there is little risk to B L Middelton in guaranteeing to refund the money if the medicine does not cure and he stands ready to do ao without tiny questions Headacnes all forms of Indigestion specks before the eyes dizzy feelings poor sleep ringing in the ears and all forms of liver trouble are cured by Mio na SOc A few days treatment shows considerable gain in health andIa cure speedily follows These days are the best in the whole year for the enjoyment good healthIAnd Mona will put you in feet condition that you can enjoy ev err minute of them The Walters School Next Term Begins Tuesday September 6 1904 lAS T BARRETT grin Richmond Ky Richmond Telephone Cos New Subsrfters Change of Numbers since July 1st andI 227a Arbuckle Mat res 445 Burnsides Stella res 273 e Bailey Dr S Tates Creek pk 414 Barnes Buster saloon 1st street 282 Blanton Dr Harry resI 447 Ctttfis S C res 301 Creekmore W M saloon si 450 Culton Rev J N res 243 Chenault Judge J C office 419m Deatherage Joe and Allen res 836 Hamilton J W res 451 Myers Mrs D H res 369 Rose J N groceries E Main 448 Smith Miss Curraleen res 360a Terrill Sisters res 11a Talbott Co Lock No 11 449b Tate Wilson res 449a Wells Magee res 207 Wagers B P res E M VKATCH JR Mgr Council Proceedings The City Council met in regular monthly sessions on last Thursday night with the Mayor and all the Councilmen present The minutes of the July meeting were read and adapted with some changes being made The different reports from the Street Com missionier Police Judge Chief of Police and City Clerk were read and turned over to the Finance Committee The committee on advertising the city property tor sale reported that said advertisement had been put into each of the city papers A committee to see to the retaining wall and laying of pave men t on East Main street reported to the effect that a number of citizens and property owners along said route were unable to defray the expenses ot such improvements so the matter was refer red to the Street Committee The Street Committee advised that rock for streets should be purchased from Rock castle parties instead of sources from which it has been gotten heretofore al- it would be munh cheaper An important feature of the Council meeting was the presence of a committee of ladies from the Pattle A Clay Infirmary who appeared and asked for a second time for the SGOO appropriation heretofore gramted them by the Council Earnest speeches in behalf of the institution were made by Major C F Burnam and Mr CE Woods The Mayor appoint ed Messrs W L Arnold J W Bales and D B Shackelford to meet with a committee composed of Mrs Ed Hume Mrs James Bennett and Mrs George Simmons Jr appointed by the Presi dent of the Board of Directors on Saturday afternoon at four oclock The meeting come to no definite end The best proposition made by the coun cil committee was an offer of 400 and all patients over that sum should pay according to the room used The matter was lelt standing as a report had to be made to the Board of Directors It is earnestly Hoped that some means may be reached whereby the Infirmary can keep open as it would be a distinct loss to our community to have such an institution close Other business that came before the Council was as follows Major Burnam offered to give the city right of way through a certain tract of land if the city would open up a road and macadr mize same The matter was placed in DRY c the hands of the Street Committeo p Property owners along Second strett from Jones Mershons to and includ lug Gott Bross were instructed to lay new pavements The question of laying sidewalks along Big Hill pike was re ferred to the Street Committee Re poated efforts have been made to have these sidewalks laid but to no avail Allen Zaring was given permission to build a shed in the rear of his mill property Jennie Walker and Henry Francis coloredwere given permission jto build on Irvine street Ed Brown asked redress from Council for the action of City Supervisors in raising tax on his property The Council refused to interfere with their action The Red Men were granted the use of the streets and alleys for their fair which will be held during the week of September K The City Collector was given power to list all property he found unlisted The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Committee RETurley S 15 00 T J Moberley 8 10 IArbuckle Simmons 43 63 L T WilBon 2 00 Jim Potts 2 00 J C Lackey 95 45 J J McCarthy 13 45 Ky Carriage Works 10 00 GBHae 10 65 Lackey Hamilton 593 Fire 103 00 A E Curse 34 17 Sid Winkler 90 00 Telephone Company 4 50 There being no further business the Council adjourned into private setion and discharged Policeman Claude Devore electing in his stead Mr Jim Pottsl0 DDDDBDDDE1D9D- MONSTER JULY SALE IIItI Nevery in the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such jl tempting values for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity Thisx jfljj 9 sale means that our stock must be j Oncelifil It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandiser It means IjM that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you should at Jl 1 tend this sale every day No manufacturers costs off but otir closely bought LF1rE1 11 stock ijlCut to the Quick in Prices piiii 1Qj lJ lGOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS Department Jc 1Purses Belts Readymade Wits Wrappers Muslin Underwear iiWhite Goods Lawns Suitings Ginghams Summer Cocsets Baby Caps Fans Boimets Silk Gloves Handkerchiefs Fancy Ribbons Silk oline Dusters Shirt Waist Suittngs Gents Undcrwear E i II Ti 1 WL CRUlOIlRR G WSJR1 FirmtI XTT b j A MagnificientStockof Goods f f Everything for the home beautiful V can be found in our store y crYv 1r 7 V We are at home at opI4tts old stand on Main street and we guarantee the bests and most polite attention New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 25 30 and 35 Full Ball Bearings c give us a call IP0O 4 Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock ot I of I to I I Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingst Give us a call and we will give you satisfactionofi White WhscnCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY u Avers Pills your moustache or beard IIWant brown or rich black Use Wake up your liver Cure I your constipation Get ridi of biliousness JCAyerCofor DYE un nllr DiII ILPIUIt CO1U3flUIL B IIEASTTENNESSEETELEPHONE COMPANY KCORrOKATSD Long distanco tines 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 and satisfactory communication with thepeople of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments nd facilities unsurpassed AMES C CALDWELl J W HUNTER Jp I enl tIAm OT II SSz7 ii ICLQTHEflTHAT iI That is the kind we make ft We handle- only the best the newest and most stylish goods li w IWe can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock furnishings4goods and pri- cesStoufferII Mahler MERCHANT TAILORS Summer at Hot Springs tor thoeo who go to Hot Springer Aikansas fur the benefit of health the summer Is really the host time Her fortunate location high up In the foothills of tho Ozark mountains in Isure a cool anti delightful climate andphssicians are united In the opinion that the waters arc more beneficial during the sum mer won r ITII ONE FARE I Ir PLUS 2J For the Round Trip Throughontthe Summer WRLCEEOR nOoKLErS IiSebastinlL Mfff- Ckicagoj Ill BUGKINGHAMS H LMcGuire t i Dist Pass Agt H Siacirirxati Ohio I 0 Big Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD DepotOld ALNITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 H F BARKER Agt 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 NIJJ rnllID ID m I everythingsmallest piece up to the most mass- iveBeckoom Suits DressingTubles FancyOddCome to our store on the corner of Second and Irvine streets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Fulland Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in the most up to date manner Giye us a call whether you wanttto buy or not I W S OLDHAM LET us make you an stimate on the finish fur that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EHiiniCORR Lexington Kentucky eIllinois Central Railroad g 50 00 Chicago 55 50 Louisville California and Return August 15 to September JO 1904 Return limit October 23 04 Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Special Excursion Rates to 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 To Hot Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in flect on first and third Tuesday iu each month to theISouth and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South isnInmonthlyndLouisianadrees to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars Nos 1 to 11 in lusiveand others as they are published from month to month foldersdescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW DP A- Louisville Ky STORKTIME 1anxietysweet an on With the cessation of necessary to childbirth nervesaleep MOTHERSFRIEND accompanyingIIS can an- do bring healthysweet dispositioned and into Morningsickness sore breasts and excruciating pains caused by the gradually expanding organs are penetrating liniment- Amonr the manifoldaids to childbirth Frlendhasgrown m popularity and gained a prestige among women welcomedinBy lessenin themothers a of mind anduimmishingpain a beautiful influence wrought upon the child and instead of youhavehealthy countryAllWrite for our Iris nook MotherhoodtilE BRAOFIELO REGULATOR Co AlluU bk Annoncuemcnts FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announde Hon p L lorCongresllofDemncratlcsolicited We Ire authorized to announce H HELM of Lincdln county n candidate for Congress from this the Eight Congressional District Subjcctlto the scUba of the Democjatlc party We are authorized to announce HON G G ucceedhimselfDistrict subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FRANKTURNER oftheFOR CITY ATTORNEY We ore authorized to announce R E sublectFOR COUNTY JUDGE We are arthorized to announce JUDGE J C olCountythe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE N ofeoontyaction of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ULETtiiERJRtorney to the action of the Democraticparty IICROOKEsnbject to the action ef the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party SHERIFFWe JNO W IadIsoCountyio authorized to announce B B Million sublectCOLYERty subject to the action of the Democraticparty FOR COUNTY CLERK JESECOilflacandidateto the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILERIWe are authorized to announce F J PER ofMadIsonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party i OCURTLYcounty snbject to the action of the Democratic partyIWDERINOERcounty sublecl to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONE sulecWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER sobJectWe are authorized announce A J ROSS a enbtMORGANTAYLORcounty nbjet to the action of the Democratic party GPAURISUcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDRRSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic jiarty HKENNEDYcountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party e are authorized to annonnceJ R PARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county partyWeRILL JR acandidateforJaller of Madison county to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN Pnbticaction of the Democratic party PUDWARPLI totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAND n candidate for Superintendent of totheFORABSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue JJctt 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 Madison connty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party PWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce 8 P GOOD countysubject Sunday Excursions vU thtL A K R Sunday excursions to Estill Springs and the mountains are becoming very popular good crowds being hanlled each Sunday Why not take advan tage of this service and spend the day at Estill Springs where you wIll have from 11 a m until 635 p m round trip rate 70c ir go to Benttyville where you will have three and a halt scenerybase150 W C Mills Agent KILLTHcCOUCITAND KingsNew I FOR ONSUMPTION OOOKS aM- DLS FT IIPrice urect and Quickset Cure for all TZOUBLZI ayer 44Oia a rJecatur AIL AtBcharff formerly of MMdliaboro Ky committed suicIde n rAw8 by drpwE lug She had threated for sometime to end her lift because her par eats forbade her to koep company with the man the loved rb is said to be a traveling salesman of Louis rills Appraised the Franchise Frankfort Ky AUL 3 The state board of valuation and assessment xed the franchise ralue of the West 8863301DeducUag he amount OB which the company will baTe to pay franchise tax PIv Persons Injured In a Wreok Madlsonvllle Ky Aug SFlve per sons were Injured in a wreck on the Louisville I Nashville railroad near Blaughteravllle A break Ina wheel on a coach In passenger train No 52 caused a derailment and two coaches tiled with passengers were turned over Killed By An Apple Columbia Ky Aug 8Mrs Joann Bault aged 40 of Cane Valley this county was choked to death by eating an apple She was at home alone when the accident occurred and she hurried to a neighbors house where oho died in a short time Appointed By Beckham Frankfort Ky Aug SGov Beck ham Tuesday appointed Charles B Poyntz of Maysvllle a member of tho state election commission for the dem ocratic party and James Breathitt of Christian county for the republican party Panic on a Steamboat Louisville Ky Aug BThree hun dred women and children were panic stricken by the cry of flre on the ex cursion steamboat Sunshine Tuesday night on the return trip from Sugar between Fountain Ferry and River view Held On Queer Charge Lexington Ky Aug 3Tamea Per kins has been arrested here on the charge of stealing a number of Indictments filed In the Knott circuit court against the whisky men and it II said he took them at their instance Mrs Mahoney Passes Away Stanford Ky Aug 3Mrs Maho- ney wife of Rev R B Mahoney the wellknown preacher and insurance agent died of paralysis Besides her husband two daughters Misses Marie and Virginia Mahomey survive WellKnown Horseman Injured ML Sterling Ky Aug 3John T Woodford proprietor of the Woodford stock farm and widely known all over Kentucky fell through an elevator at Paris and sustained serious injuries The number of Chinese outside of China is estimated at over 7040000 Public Sale OF Landand Personal Property As Executor ot Mrs Marion F Yates the undersigned willat the old Yates home pIse near Crooksville Madison county Ky on SaturdaYtSept 3 04 at 10 oclock a m proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and bes bidder the following property viz A Farm Muddy Greek near Crnoksville in Madison county Ky containing Two Hundred and Seventyeinht 278 Acres and adjoining tha lands of Mrs LiMa Harris B F Crooke Mrs Martha B Maupin and others and known as the placeThe ands well watered and in a high state of cultivation bout 18 acres now in placphasall necessary outbuildings Also at the same time and place there will be sold 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 land without iniprovempnte containing 226 acres Anyone desiring to BPC these places will call on J C Yates near KySaid he sold separately to the highest and bet bidder on equal credits of six and twelve months with six per cent interest from January 1st 1005 until paid The purchasers to irive bond with approved securi y and a lieu to be retained on said land until all the purchase money is paid Poss pssion to be given on January lAt 1905 The purchaser to have the right to sow grain this fall Also at the same timojind place we will sell the Personal Property twoitorsehousehold and kitchen turuiture All sales of personal property for less than 10 to be cash over that amount time will be given till January 1 1005 provided note with good security it givenNo personal property to be removed until paid for or satisfactory note ar ranged J C Yates Mrs Margaret Bales Executors Suicide Prevented Tile startling announcement that a preventive ol suicide had been discover d will interest many A run down system or despondency invarably pre beenfound thefirstElectric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervine will strengthen the nerves and buildup the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg guaranteedTO Old Point Comfort Ocean View and the Seashore Ijib OS Route SATURDAY AUG J3 04 J2 from Lexington train leaves Lex at 740 pm 11Winchester prlnlRflhtoric MonroeNavyOcean View are amongthe attractive featuresSide at low rates from Old Point canbeenjoyedStopover privileges will be granted trfpSleepingberths Lexington toOld Point InformaltlonoB or agents The Greatest Summer Trip Tickets will be Rood returning Aug 27 H W Fuller Gt A G W BftfMfi Di rP A LvxifteiI 1 0 g g Qg d 0 The purchase price of IForthe modest residence or pala it 2 Simmons Great Sacrifice Sale o- fNwQLOTHING 25000 worth clothing Regardless of show Thousands of Mens Suits at worth 15 18 BOYS SUITS at 99c worth 150 and Mens At 50 brings you back J We in Kent- uckrforAlfredBenjamin FINE CLOTHING LOUIS X STRRU For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room qn Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson- tf 1je Laura R Bright Sunday trains on the L A gives you an opportunity to spend the day at Estill Springs or in the mountains See notice elsewhere for schedule aUld rates Co sell ihi famous Javecka fertilizer from 1000 to 3600 per tOil 13at Wire Fence IIam agent ior the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG ayllOMyr RicLmondKy WARNING No one can furnmhyou with Procter Red Ash Jellico Coal but Letcher LackyCo at this point Why will you not burn the best Phone 142 Jp222m PROCTER COAL Co TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 11 aLuiPAGjjj Weare pleased to state that it is onBale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnckle Simmons Seircr Hamilton OFinnel J W Masters JVWhltlock John Barton Roberts J WTeater- J W Prewitt LA Weirren U C UcWharter BIclmer Early JT Coy R chmond Waco Red House ViewBaldwin Newby Ruth ton Edenton Lick- WaUaceton Berea Ktrkivllle a1IfdSO YEARS I I PATENTS j MaiucsIII CAsvneesenfllaquIckta5ositaIn ocr opiclon free whUteral Communleaticslevis fiN Oldi atsqcy for aanugpatenig receive5pic4tSckttfflic flweffcait rirOIStow IOsz LiWT bqaII 1i1 u u a cooking should be considered rangeIleast of all by a fOlmil small means To tho cost oi a nncxp range UUII the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and in the end it has cost more than The Majestic the standard everywhere Because the Majestic is built rightall the heat properly distributed it will pay for itself in fuel saved several times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a lifetime with little or no a outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE v g i Call and sec them atai our store and we will convince you in a moment that The Majestic is unsurpassed and without an equal on the markct Arbuckiea Sole AgentsRichmond Ky =i of Cost We 999 and 20 Young Suits 5 worth 7t 8 10 WASH PANTS 5 Cents this sale every cents are Sole Agents Cos GUS Shackelford Cottonbarg EXPERIENCE and BOYS Call and see the SVass 50 1 fTakoc and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator i linedand why it will us onehalf the ice that taLes to run the socalle Refrigerator oJI IT IS LINED WITH GRANULATED i Oi CORK t whichabsorbs all the moisture and makes it 3OT a kx We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized ii- neDiB1S1iacI4ordCo There is nothing like Good FLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good Glakes Rolls Biscuits cannot bemade without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are ElUston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE ami1 Elliston Mill Co WAQO KliNTWCKY TJ h