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Tr I lIwII I IJ t I- iii THE RICHMOND CLIMAX I II VOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1904 NUMBER 13 IIJI PHONE SOlE C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN FIRST I1 Hustling CDS T8torB I1The o F F Fffi BARGAINS+ F71y 4 111 I d r ffi 7f ffi L r m lACKEY AND HAMILTON C ili F7iffi 781= 75 71 F ffi 71 7ft + + + + CALL AT ++ + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found J in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation I Qemrifle Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ss Phone 3 Second St rolWwtsg Kate in Effect vii L fc N Oivnghoro Ky and return 1J fares pluM ISfU AugiMt 3 to 19 limited to AiiKUHt II account Seven Hills Clmu tanqiia Parks Hill Ky rnd return 11 fares Auirnut 16 IH 17 limilel to August 20 alIt Morgan Cavalry Reunion WiiielwBter Ky and return 1J fares SeptemberIstseVition V HAmLTr Aet On the Teeth Depends ih condition f tipi fimnrnl health ItiMimviiu or Ii Ii y dtnayod twith maliS tho rotn1fOr tho HM of ed miuli dlHJusu The skillful applioa tin uf DENISTRY of hsnot only roliuvod p tin but pro longed life Solid Gohi Tuoth f5 50 GoM Kills 1 50 xrmvKrnru Fills 75 O TuHth ExtrttOtud 25 All our41rk fully guaranteed Will gve wtisjfmUton under allolrcuml stances V H Hobson Dentist K hrnond Kentucky llat t Diamondsj c Watches Cocks c A Cutglass ur All kinds of Jewelry 3and Precious Stones It of verY description 0fFlieso are some of the thinglltobafoundatLanes Jewelry Store your watch or clocJr refuse to co take them to Lane he p1 Fwilifixtbern Jfyonrrinpr 4needs refiettinc take It to hell fix that tooIIf you want anything V can b found In a first class Jnwnlry establishment jp to Lanes He is well fixed c in these kind of article y 0 L ELanec I C Jeweler and Optician 0 c a PROFESSIONAL CARDSI= =ATTORNEYS R A MILLER ATTOBKHYATLAW RICHMOND KKHTUOKT Office n the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly SULLIVA1A ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street 0 D M OHENAOLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store rPHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND 7 KENTUCKY Jffice la th Dr Hobson building MalnStreet DENTAL SURGERY OT a11 t ttonS01 DEXTIST OF LOUISVILLE Kr 9Offlce next door to Oovernment Building IchmBnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novlly u h vM Blanton DENTIST erOffice lu Bennett Building tianir TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance DO Osteopathic Physicians llobaoa Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREe Graduates Southern School ot Ostheopathy Eig the Sale MrS S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are how having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries and other mer cliHiidfee all new and fresh ooflet lOcls per Ih and up calico 6e work shirs 25 to 50c ready made garments latest fashions We alao have meal flour corn feed hay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to and ho clerks to pay are reasons why we can nflVr things at such low prices We pay cash for all kinds of prodnca Give us a call 22Innn 6m h OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to he pure It is of old style manu facture No- BEL1ER can be found for medicinal pur therto Family Trade 10 vearold in jugs 100 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5U Ijuas 260 5 bottles 3 l New Vhisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distilfery McBrajer aTljrr AndoMon 65aty Kr Good Clean Its a long way from the coal niines 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 every time you buy a load of coal from us Callor Telephone B ttyvillc o1 CO D R Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 Ifnt and Yards JoN Avezt i DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 14 1904 J For Shampooing Manicuring Fa cial Massage Hint all kinds of toilet rtq uisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next door to Plggs grocery on Malt street 20ntf Try forDeaIth 222 South Peoria St CnicAOO ILL Oct 7 1902 Eight months ago I was so ill that I was compell d to lie or sit down nearly alt the tme My stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on it- and I vomited I could not urinate without great pain and coughed so much that my throat and lungs were raw andsore The doctors Bounced it disease and others said it was consumption It mattered little to me they called it and I had no de sire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardni I told her I had not and she a bottle I believe that itsavedmylife I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew of its value Jhf tata Dont yod want freedom from pin Take Wine of Cardni andmake one supreme effort to bow ll You do Dot need to be aveaktiieIple Vifferer You can have a wotrians health and do 4 womans rork in life Why riot CUre a bottle of Wine of Caniar from your druggist today 11 QROUII POPES SISTERS DODGE HEAT Plus X Orders Ladles to Leave Rome and They Go to Summer Palace The Gordlan knot is cut and the sIs- ters of Pius X who live in Rome have fled the heat and are in Castle Gondolfo says the Pall Mall Gazette Before the decision was taken great was the com motion in the little apartment in the Corso Vlttorio Emanuele However in stepped his holiness and not only in sisted that they should leave Rome but indicated where they should go and as the good ladles would as soon think of cutting off their heads as dispute any thing that Plus X decides upon they are safe in the ITheIs left to the pontiffs after the Italians took possession of Rome It dominates both the Mediterranean on one hand and the tiny historic lake of Albino on the other and Is only about an hour by rail from the Eternal City The palace Isa rambling old pile with enormous halls In which regiments could be ac commodated a fine chapel but bare of furniture At one time alasI quantities of antique furniture les marbles and old tapestries but these thinlairGOLD RESERVE STATISTICS Figures of Our National Banks Compared with Great foreign Institutions Recent statistics show that the na tional banks of the United States the Bank of England the Bank of France the Bank of Germany the Bank of AustriaHUngarylthe Bank of Belgium hold about 40 cent of the entire stock of gold InI the world The statement of the tional banks of this country to the comptroller of the currency on June showed that they held on that date 391609529 gold while the great for eign banks on the same date held about 1791595000 in gold The amount of gold in the national banks of this country on June 9 compares with 166000000 in the Bank of Eng land 177000000 in the Bank of Ger many 561000000 in the Bank of France and 423000000 in the Bank of Russia on the same date The fact that 40 per cent of the gold supply of the world Is held by these principal reserve banks Indicates the great strength of these institutions THE HOG AS A FORESTER Wild and SemiWild Swine Destroy Hindrances to Young Pine Growth There are innumerable minor influ ences that come in for the foresters con sideration and what is recommended in one instance is discouraged in the next says a Writer In Outing Take the matter of grazing in a forest Through out the more extensive woodlands of the middle west run thousands of wild or semiwild hogs In the Tennessee forest it was recommended that every pos sible effort be made to exterminate these for the reason that they eat the mast and thus prevent the growing of young trees from the seed But in the working plan before mentioned it is advised that hog grazing beencouraged The reason for the difference is this The former forest is chiefly mastbear ing hardwood The latter is mainly pine and what hardwood there is in mixture serves as a hindrance to young pine growth Therefore in this forest the presence of hogs which eat the mast and check the hardwood is a benefit while In the other where hardwood is the staple the animals are a nuisance FIRST PICTURE POSTCARDS Scheme Was Originated by French Bookseller During the Franco RussIan War Picture postcards are said to have originated during the FrancoPrussian war In the earlier part of the conflict during 1870 a camp of about 40000 men was formed in the department of the Sarthe and in this locality there was a bookseller and stationer a M Leon Bes nardeauIt to him that the soldiers encamped in such numbers in his neighborhood would be glad to have some method of indicating their surroundings to their friends at home which would not necessitate lengthy written descrip ons or the addressing of envelopes which were often difficult to procure He had therefore a number of post cards engraved with cannon shells tents and the like and found such a demand for the first series he Issued that he furnished a second set When the camp broke up the Idea was forgotten until it was revived in Ger many and Austria in the early SOs Costly Log Cabins There are many log cabins in the AdirOndacks that cost their owners over 100000 apiece One of the most sumptuous near Saranac lake Is weath erboarded and shingled outside but has the log effect within All the Interior furnishings are of logs Even the piano is made of logs a most unique beautiful and costly instrument Seasoned birch logs were used for its outer frame or case Life of Bankrupt Hard A merchant in Russia can bedeclared bankrupt If his liabilities exceed 772 and he has not the ready cash to meet them He can be arrested and his de tentlon depends on the will of his cred itors The Death Penalty- A little thing sometimes results in death Thus a mere scratch insignifi cant cuts or puny boils have paul the death penalty It is wise to have Bucklens Arn ca Salve ever handy Its the best Salve on earth hud will prevent fatality when norm ores Ulcers and Piles threaten Only 25c at RO Stocktons drugstore 1m Procter Red Ash Jellico Coals Special prices during June and July IUcher I ackey Co Agts Phone 142 PROCTER COAL Co ie22 2m Puts an End to it All A grievous wail oftiines comes as a result ol unbearable pain from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life pms they put an eqd to it all They are gentle hut thorough Try Only 250 Guaranteed bv R CJ8t6ckton druegist imr For Rubb r Stamp l1t this dice fM KENTUCKY FLASHES ABUSIVE EPITHETI The Court Asked to Decide Whether Term Happy Hooligan Is One Newport Ky Aug 11 Whether the term Happy Hooligan applied in anger is an abusive epithet was the question which Squire Donelan 01 Newport was called upon to de cide Wednesday during the trial of Mrs Salzman of Cote Brllllante on a peace warrant Valentine DIetz entered the complaint He alleged that every time he approached his home he was greet ed by sundry improper epithets one of which was the name of the cartoon cuaracter Happy Hooligan lie also alleged that on one occasion Salzman bad advanced CharlesI in a threatening manner a rock and knife Squire Donelan dismissed Mrs Salz man holding that the evidence did not justify placing her under bond How ever ho gave some sound advice to all parties IFIRST STEP TAKEN Paducah Board of Education Opposes School Book Law Paducab Ky Aug nThe board of education in Paducah has taken the first steps toward fighting the new school book law It has readopt ed for the coming session the books used last year the members of the board declaring that they do not be lieve the law applies to second class cities and do not think county judges attorneys and superintendents are competent to judge of Vie beat books for the city schools THE ELEVENTH DISTRICT Seemingly D C Edwards Has a Majority of About 1000 LouisvlHe Ky Aug 11Returns from the Eleventh congressional din trict primary received up to late Wed nesday night do not alter the probable success of D C Edwards over Dr Godfrey Hunter As the counties com prising the district Include the largest in area and the most rugged in Ken tucky it will be two or three days before definite results are known Ed wards seeming majority Wednesday night is about 1000 It 1s reported Dr Hunter will contest Vacancy On Bond Newport Ky Aug iLThe death ot lion O W Root has left a vacancy on the bond of County Judge W J Hissern The latter stated that so far he had not decided on a man to fill the vacancy Squire T P Bodkin said Wednesday that ho would have a big claim against the Root estate Driver Dies of Lockjaw Covlngton Ky Aug 11Frank Hutter 30 died from lockjaw Wed nesday at St Elizabeth hospital He met with an accident while driving a lumber wagon in Pike street Monday evening August L He was jolted from the wagon and the wheels pass ed over his legs Fell Fifty Feet Rockporf Kr Aug llGus Pagan of Philpot fell Into a coalshaft on tho James Milton farm near his home 5O feet breaking his right leg in three places Three ribs were broken in his right side and his face and head were cut and bruised Recovery is very doubtful Wants 10000 Damages Paducah Ky Aug lLAsult for 10000 damages was filed in the cir cult court by Dr W F Roberts a veterinary against Dr H T Hesslg and his wife The plaintiff claims that the defendants have induced his wife to leave him and live with them Mayor Grainger Stops Gambling Louisville Ky Aug 11Mayor Charles F Grainger left for the east to spend his summer vacation and before his departure he Instructed the police department to force all the gam blers to take a rest Wednesday morning every door was locked Died After An Operation Lexington Ky Aug nMrs J T Qulsenbnry of Bourbon county who underwenta serious operation at St Josephs hospital several days ago died at the institution and her remains were taken to Paris where tho burial took place Wednesday New Producer In Wolfe County Compton Ky Aug nT M Beck ett has brought in oil well No 1 on the Cundiff farm about one mile from this city at a depth of about 1300 feet This well will produce about 20 barrels of oil per day This makes 13 producers in this field Improve Confederate Soldiers Home Frankfort Ky Aug nThe trustees of the confederate soldiers home at Pewee Valley authorized the con struction pf a reservoir fire escaoes and fire extinguishers taking almost all the legislative appropriation of 54000 Suit For 25000 Damages Henderson Ky Aug nThe ad ministrator of Wiley S Blackwell sued the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co for 25000 damages Blackwell was a bridge carpenter and was run overby a train Juno 2 last To Select County Commissioners Frankfort Ky Aug 11 Appellate Clerk J Morgan Chinn has called a meeting of the state election commiS- sioners for August 25 for the purpose of organizing and selecting the county commissions FightTwo and stubborn flitht with an abscess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Da Pont Gand gave me up Everybody thought my time had come As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption The benefit I received was striking and I was on my feet in a few days Now Ive entirely gained my health It conquers all Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteedby RO Stock ton Price SOc and f1 Trial bottles free 1m For Rat Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son IBmytf Telephone 292 We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Hurries Ifcflgies and runa bouts than we nOw have on display in our show room It wjil pay you to ex am nethem before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at iqode te prum The best rub bet tire applyd awL guaranteed for bnsyeasY aud see ue BIChPIS Qerilago WOrks t St4 KMHur rcicj Ii 11 LL t We like best to call SCOTTS EMULSION a food because it stands so emphatically for perfect nutrition And yet in the matter of restor newii 4094I5 fear Street New York Sot and f100 all dragfeu Public Sale OF- Valuable City Property The following property consisting of the City Hall Livery Stable or Work Houseand building lot will be offered for sale publicly on the premises at the hour of 3 oclock p m on ttfr August J 1901 propertyfrontiugfour and one half inches 45ftlJ inches more or less and running back in par allel lines one hundred and eighty feet ISOand adjoining the livery stable of C T Samuels Co and the Second Presbyterian Chinch On this lot is a two8tory brick building now occupied by the city court and the fire department For more accurate de scription see lined book 32 page 17 SECONDThe two story livery sta ble or workhouse fronting on Irvine street fortv four and threetenths feet 44 310 feet more or less and extend ing back one hnndrnd and fifty and fourtenths feet J5f4 10 feet more or IPBS to a pointon the line of the Second Presbyterian Church For further description SPO deed hook 40 page 370 THIRD The following description of the vacant lot is given in deed book 41 page 547 certain lot of ground In the city of Richmond Ky antI is situated between Eat Irvine and East Main Sts and bounde ns follows Beginning at the northwest corner of the Second Presbyterian Ohnrch lot and on the propertytllPnrperty northwest fillyeight QiS feet to Mary Bnrnnms southeast corner with her linn pastward sixty feet to the hind of hide tlott with their line southward fiftynijio and onehalf 594 fept to the northeast corner of the aforesaid church lot on line of Hisle A Oott with line of said church lot tIpqt ward and onehalf 001 TCP to the beeirining The City Hall property will first he sold then the liverY stable and vacant lot the proportvVill then be offered as a whole the hid producing the most monpv to constitne a sale TERMS OnAhalfjf purchase price title sOd payable in six months from day of sale the remainder in twelve months each to bear six per cent in prpRt a note with good secnrety will be rpqnired with a lien retained on said property for the purchase money This property is amonsr the most de sirable tor business purposes to he found in Richmond situated as it is in the heart of the business section of the citv For further particulars or information calfon or address the under signed committee W ARNOLD V J W RALES Com A P MILLER J Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises o- nSaturday Aug 20 immediately alter sale of City Hall property mv Brick Livery Stable on Irvine st The stable I 150 felt long and contains 40 nice malls Lot is 48x195 feet This isan excellent stand having always patronageWill my farm 44 miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike known as the Jns Farley place containing 245 acres with nice 6 room dwelling and apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce com hemp and tobacco The ha beAn in bluegrass for 16 years Price jO per acre J W MASTERS Richmond Kv Elegant Home For Sale I will otTer for salo the hOlUeffJrmorlyoccupieil by James Tcvis drcimsnd situated nqar the L N R H depot in Richmond Ky Said place contains 5 12 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair good cistern and all iiecessaryout buildings good orchard and everything to make it desirable place of residence Anyone desiring to examine the property the undersigned will taK pleasure ia showing same HRTEVIS 25mvtf RICHMONDKY Public Sale I wilt ofler for sale publicly my farm situated B miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill pike on SaturdaYtpt6 04 at 10 oclocka ni The farm consIsts of167 cr s40a- crtS for corn and tobacco10 acres for wheat and the balance ingrass Good Grist Mill 2 cows and calves 5 vear ling heilerl 2 brood iiiarei good farm horse and buggy 6 sows anti pigs farming Implements household and kitchen furniture If not sold on abOve date will reni for the year 1905 For further particu laracallou 0 J C BRQNStCftr J or Mrs LI I Aisecr My services as an auctioneer can bl secured byleaviBK word at the Stab Bank Trust Co orbrrUIp tJ tf TnOIWl ant tmUtt Cy 1111 Q c0 TALK ABOUT TONICS J 1 of of that said you and You buy here with a full of its We tell you the truth ita You will just you can in the way of As for for But best of all the offer erate of your book of a like in so Little a Price as over and all the have been sold but End on will still be until the entire lots out Get our 1i is i Oreat Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing UZ5 each which now be offered at S50 each This is an oppor tunity to secure a great bargain Works SOmtf S L Midkiff Prop Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make StoufTer Mahler D AUCTIONEER REAL ESTATE Your Business Solicited KY tbCih1TrA4t j t Why man alivethertg isnt anything in forty stores that will make up and feel his oatstt like a new suit clothes that perfectly and becomingly and is substantially made goodmaterials I If ThatstheKindyouGetI WAeiz the Jabelis on when is you know what are we know what we are u offering It t c t Clothing knowledge worth about know what expect of it service i 1 Style and Fitth- at shows itseIft Clothing we is consid i pocket Think buying suit either of those shown the picture At 1 a getting I IIf a f OUR LOOM END SALE Ii is almost Loom Ends Loom Prices al- lSpring and Summer Merchandise 1 i given are closed prices before buying elsewhere the Store that Saves you Money W D OLDHAM eo will Richmond Carriage W TRIBBLE AND AGENT Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND brace fits Ours L H1BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsPhone 85 I ittstt I ELDERS 1 MARGIN STORED 3 J 4 5 Warm Weather Suggests A the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as fare made mention of and the attractivelv low prices that prevail throughout this 2moneysavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here 3 1 Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped highwith A1 choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for SExtra good 12t Dress in a great variety of newest styles in plaids 1 checks and stripes 1at special price per yard lOc Corded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and hirt Waistslregular 12c grade lOc We are showing beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up t Kicker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Tacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7t to 25c vaiigatedIBoys and GIrls StocklngsSpcclals40 dozen and girls xl Block Ribbtd Ings high epliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking 25c at 15c pair 40 dozen Stockings the iron wear kind 2threat real 4worth heel and toes made or serviceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth23c at Sc per pair r jnJSlO It and 20c yard Carpets 124c to 125 yard See our stock of Rugs on Cloth 20 to 75c vit Iare showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at Si 93 to S10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suitsc H to sa Knee Suits Si to Mens Shirts 25c to SI Straw Hats men and boys 5 8 lOc np to SI 25 lIJA Stock of jotions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line ta select from 3ge to 6 pair Pole 8 and ilk v complete Brass extension rods 810 and ISo New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to r H 48c Pants 40c Gowns45c Skirts 50c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Driss Skirts SI 25 to S8 75 They are teautiea lJtJAjtlJ MILLINERY 1 More beautiful styles The smartest creations of the Reason are here and at surprisingly Low Prices Shirt Waist Hats the most beautiful styles at 1 to 2 OS Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for your choosing mL ked at special Low Prices to suit an purses Childrens School and 1ress Hats Flow ers of every desription SeetheD Bleached Pillow Cmea full size and fioe quality choice wearing quaIlVties 124 J aUJBB and gents handkerchiefs v 10 and J5c Psrasols40e to 4 95 Clrsets25c to ivw- k5 t1 Shoes and Slippers all prices Picture Frames D10 IS 25 29 and 49c We have Just received about not fail to see them We have a few Jar mereslera JJI a4 Rspe ruUr Submitted tt- E f f drug fellow SckossI 798H Ginghams 529SI30and49clr- E0 v Eider Iii i II r 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 I I fl S S SS t t t i- SI c t 6S Ib c C 5 JS S5 U rand CIOZInE Out Salera S 5 5 Ie s e S s e 1 5 Having decided to quit business at once we are offering I0 S our entire stock of S SS Sti S BOOTS S c 5 S5S S S S S S II Shoes and Gents Furnishings III 5 I Cost for Cash OnlySat5S1 5 S55S0J i 1 The Greatest Bargains of your Life S S S S 1 il t from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and seeS S JSSSr t persons us 1 SS555 5- S 5 S 5 S ii1 CRUTCIiER TRIBBLE S S S5 il 5s5SMain Street Richmond Kentucky S I Y S 5 5 5 5 55 sS S S S S S S S S S S 5 5 S S S S S S S S 4 5 5 S S S S S a S S S 5 5 5 5 S sIS SSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSS SSSSS e The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated J o CHKKurr PrIIIA D MILLERditor Manager WEDNESDAY AUG 17 1904 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOH PRESIDENT ALTON B PARKER of New York FOU VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of Y cst Virginia FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL OP TIlE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS BUY AN of Nebraska TIlE Democratic State Campaign Committee Tuesday chose Louisville ae headquarters for the campaign and elected Percy Haley Secretary AWKLLATK CLEKK J Morgan Chini- 1ni called a meeting for the Election Commissioners for August 25 fir the purpose of organizing ant selecting the County Commissioners New Way to Sell Medicine IMfckM a fouutM BJ ffitk JiuJttMtl Itt PjIflfBl B L Middelton 1ms made arrange ments to sell Mi ona the marvelous illctation regulator in a new and hith erto unheard of way furnishing a guar untce bond with every package GUARANTEE BOND In purchasing a 50e box of Mlonu the purchaser it requested to have this asbJameney on return of empty box If MIo na fans to cure dyspepsia and all stom ach troubles Signed B L Middeltou will give the above bund with every 50c box of Miona he Fells You run no risk in buying Mio naThat everyone may have faith in this s Ientltic cure for dyspepsia Miona is told under a positive Guarantee to refund the money if it does not do nl that is claimed for it Everyone who is troubled with dys pepsia headache distress after eating dizzy feeling or loss of appetite or who fs losing weight and in a rundown con lition should take the guarantee bond to B L Mlddelton and commence the use of Miona at his risk remembering that the treatment costs you nothing unless it does all that is claimed for it u u 4 CIF1 BrowerCo LEXINGTON ICy A Good Extension Tablei- s a staunch friendone that stands ready to serveyou three times a day Among our many styles are some of almost every finish size shape andmaterial j Every table is substantial strong and handsome in design Try Us CiFiBrowcFCo Exclusive Sole Agents MAIN AND BROADWA LIDwMt Ky u KD BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 We are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party IDEATHb IBUROI Mrs Overton Burgin died last Tuesday at her home near Clays Ferry Her remains were brought to this city Wednesday for interment De ceased was an aged and highly respect ed woman and is survived by her bus band who has the sympathy of all in his loss BHITTAIN Lieutenant and Mrs Carlo B Brittain of Annapolis Md have the sympathy of a host of friends here over the loss of their infant daughter Mary Elizabeth who died lastTuesday The little body accompanied by Mrs T E Baldwin arrived here Thursday and was buried from the train On ac count of Mrs Brittaina illness the be reaved parents were unable to come CARItOur community was much saddened to learn of the death of Mr Joseph E Carr which occurred Wednesday evening at the home of his brother Mr F B Carr in Lexington Deceased was thirtyseven years old hall been in very poor health for two months or more and hlrl death was not unexpected He was associated witb- the L N freight department at Cincinnati for three years previous to his death Mr Carr married Miss Dora Hacker of this city and for quite awhile they resided here He is sur vived by his wife and one little son who have the tenderest sympathy of all Ills remains werf brought to this city Thursday and interred iu the Richmond Cemetery AZIIIU Mrs Irvine Azbill died at her home near Union City Sunday after a protracted illness aged seventy one years Deceased had bten a sufferer for some tIne from a complication of diseases but her demise was not expected at the time death rlieved her sufferings Mrs Azbill was a consistent member of the Christian Church hay ing affiliated with that church when a mere child and through these years lived as Christian wifeand mother Her funeral was preached Monday morning at eleven oclock at the residence by Rev J W McGarvey after which her remains were laid to rest in the Rich mond Cemetery Besides a husband Mr Irvine Azbill deceased leaves to mourn her loss two children Mr John Azbill of this city and Mrs Nannie Eads of Union City The family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in this sad hour of bereavement Rubber stamps ink pads dotere etc see Gordon Reid Climax office 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 enstaclllan tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is en tirely closed deafness In the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nor dcstroyedcaused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu coos services- We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cur d by Halls Catarrh 1FSoldKydruggiets75c Simiiy arb the t PERSONAL Mrs D R Tevis is at French Lick Springs Indiana Hon Grant E Lilly and familyare at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Laura Francis of Bourbon county was here last week Miss Anna Rutherford has returned from a visit to Mrs Lambert in Lon donMr and Mrs Mat Hacker of Irvine attended the bui hal of Mr Joe Carr last weekMiss AIsle Ballard of Lexington is visiting her cousin Miss Willie Mae JarmanMiss Marie Harbor is in Bloomington Ill visiting her sister Mrs Jo S Joplin Mrs Mary Smith Walden of Dan yule was the guest last week of Mrs J W Smith Mrs Joe Harris of Beattyville spent several days last week with Mrs Robert Harris Mr and Mrs W H Shanks of visitingMrsMiss Mattie Tribble has gone to Richmond to spend two months with relatives Shelby News Misses Mary and Mattie Tribble and Laura Bennett are at Hendersonville N Cf for several weeks Messrs B W Turner and Caswell Tribble returned Saturday from a weeks stay at Estill Springs Mrs C J Lange has returned to her home in Cynthiana after a pleas ant visit to Miss C Delmuth Mrs M G Moffitt of Dallas Tex has been visiting Mrs B G Clayat her handsome suburban home Mr and Mrs H G McElwaine and daughter are guests of Mr and Mrs J W Bales on West Main street Miss Mary Thomas of Greenville Miss is the pleasant guest of Miss Mary Shackelford in the West End Mr and Mrs J V Logan Jr and children of Louisville are here visit ing Dr T J Taylor and other relatives Mr and Mrs Samuel Hisle are at tending the St Louis Exposition and will visit other places in Missouri and Illinois daughterMiss TurleyInMr P E Cartwright of Deoatur Ala has joined his wife here They are guests of their daughter Mrs H Herman Frasa Mr J W Arnold Is at home from ML Sterling He reports his mother inlaw Mrs Henry Jones much Improved in health Miss Lucile Collins returned last week from Danville She was accom partied home by Miss Nell Burke and Mr Harding Burke Col J W Caperton wife and daughter and Mr W D Oldham and familyare at home from a pleasant stay at Estill springs Mrs B P Wagers and Miss Joo Wagers are at home from Crab Or chard Springs Miss Sallie Wagers has returned from Irvine Misses Ede and Alma Rico will re turn this week from the SL Louis fair accompanied by their brother Mr Fount Rice Jr of Mexico Mr R N Beasley of Paint Lick has accepted a position with the Con tinental Tobacco Company and will servo in the capacity of solicitor News from Miss Helen Bennett who has been spending the summer abroad says she will sail from Italy on the tenth of October for home Mrs Lizzie Whbrritt and little niece Miss iJannio McGender Griffith of Orleans are here visiting the formers sister Mrs Haley OH ThiriL street tfi Miss Lavinla McGraw of Junction City is the charming little visitor of of Dr and Mrs L C Jasper Mrs Mary E Gaines and grandson Master James Jasper are spending the week with friends in Jessamine Mrs E G Parrish and children spent Thursday in Paris It is with deep regret that friends of this estim able family learned of their intended removal to Paris about the first of SeptemberMr Mrs W W Pigg of Rich mond are guests of Mr and Mrs SL Tudor Mr George Shepherd of Kirksrille was hero solicitingscholars for Elliott Institute at Kirksvillo Estill Herald Mrs Wm Park and son Carl Mrs Hattie Buchanan and daughter Elatb and Master Strother and Walter T Park left yesterday morning for St Louis where they will attend the Worlds Fair Messrs N B Deatheragc Joe Col line and Wm French leave thismorn ing for Park Hill where they will attend the annual reunion of the Con federate soldiers who belonged to Gen John H Morgans command- In the list of Maids of Honor for the Knights of Phytias Conclave which is In session at Louisville this week there appeared the names of Misses Sara Shackelford Anne Bennett and Margaretta Smith of this city Mr and Mrs Butler Carrier gave a birthday party Monday in honor of the third anniversary of their little son Eldridge Evan Carrier About two hundred guests old and young were present and greatly enjoyed the eveningMrs Lee Davis accompanied by her little son Thomas Overstreet returned Monday after a three weeks visit to relatives in Madison county bringing with her Mrs Flora Green her mother who will be with her for several weeks Lexington Leader Mr John M Price wife and his sister Miss Lila Price admired for her general amiability no less than her musical ability and Miss Joie Singleton a charming lady and skilled violinist all of Atchison Kansas honored Estill Spring with their presence this week Estill Herald Mr Cabell Chenault of Portales New Mexico arrived Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs David Chenault near this city Mrs Chen ault has been visiting her parents and other relatives here since June Both Mr and Mrs Chenault are greatly pleased with New Mexico and will return to their adopted home in the early fall Mr Chas F Higgins of Richmond proprietor of the Ky Carriage Works a leading young business man of that town was in the city Thursdayen route to Drennon Springs for a ten days vacation Asked the news in Richmond he replied We are ex pecting a lively time there next month with two circuses the Red Mens fair antia primaryelection down on the billsnLex Leader Mr C E Woods private secretary to Senator James B McCreary of Richmond is spending some days vis iting his brother Mr W C Woods in this city Mr Woods says that he thinks Lawrenceburg one of the best towns of its size in the country and that it deserves a public building over any other town or city in the district He is a most genial gentleman and is always a welcome guest in this city Anderson News Mrs Clarke Kellogg and childrent Marie Louise and Alice leave tomor row for their home in Richmond after a pleasant week with Mrs Kelloggs mother en West Second street Miss Edna Yeager entertained in formally Friday evening in honor of her guest Miss Edna Schlegel of Richmond The party left town early in the evening in a large wagon and drove to the home of Mrs Howard Nutter where delicious refreshments of watermelon lemonade and cake were served Lexington Democrat t August 14- Friends here have received news of the marriage of Miss Carrie D Anderson of Roanoke Va to Prof Henry Jones president of the William Woods College of Fulton Mo The was celebrated last Wednesday the home of the brother Mr George Anderson in Clifton Forge Va Fur a number of years Miss An derson filled the chair of History and English at Madison InstItute and dur ing her residence in this city won hosts of warm friends She is a most excellent Christian woman possessing a very superior intellect Professor Jones is said to be a mot cultured and refined gentleman and in every wayworthy of the bride he has won Friends here will be to extend heartycongratulations and best wishes for a happy and prosperous married life MATRIMONIALGABBAIZD000Mr and Miss Pearl Ogg both of Berea were married in this city last Thursday ALCOKNBABRETT James Alcorn and Miss Laura Barrett were married at the brides residence near Mote Thursday FORDBABEK Mr P M Ford and Miss Josle L Baber of the Union locality were married last Wednesday by Elder A J Tribbloat his residence near town AnoisCotEHAN wedding which created genuine surprise occurreaTnea day when Miss Mary Miller Coleman of this city became the bride of Col J Mott Ayers of Fulton Ky The ceremony was performed at one oclock Tuesday aiternoon in the parlors of tho Louisville Hotel by Rev Harlan K Fenner A few friends of the con tractinK parties were in attendance Col Ayers and bride left at once for the Worlds Fair and upoa their return will reside at Frankfort where Col Ayers holds the poeitfe of Deputy In surance CO mmiaecr He is also editor and proprietor ot the Fulton Daily Leader and ie pfesaiHent in Democratic State Politics He is a widely known and popular man The bride is the eldest daughter of George E Coleman the well known insurance man of this city She is a charming and popular Kill and has long been a leader In Mt Sterling society Ool and Miss Coleman OlympianSprings to have been a case of love at fir sightM SterliDr Gazette The bride beautyShehas upon several oeeasieoB been th- eceaiaetefItpa 1i3LCbfl d I yers This falling of your hair Stop it or you will soon be bald Give your hair some Ayers Hair Vigor The fall ing will stop the hair will Hair Vigor grow and the scalp will be clean and healthy Why be satisfied with poor hair when you can make It rich Mr hair nearly all cam out I tben tried 7era Hair Vigor and onlr one bottle stopped the falllnic New hair e me In real thick and lust a little curlyai5 L L SHITE Saratoga NT- flM a JOATERCO All dru iltafor LOwell Man Thick Hair War on Vagrants The following dispatch sent from Lancaster appeared in the Louisville Times of August 12th Eleven men and four women all col ored were arraigned before the City Court this morning on the charge of vagrancy Unless they can show vial ble means of support they will be held to await the action of the Aogustgran- djuryandifconvicted will be sold at public auction as were a number two years ago The Chief of Poliec says this is just the beginning and that this mode ot destroying the loafing habit will be en forced until there will be no idlers bit in the community Also the following from Versailles on the same date Alter having given theidlers a weeks notice to either procure work or leave town the local authorities have begun the enforcement of the vagrancy law vigorously and without fear or favor The police locked up twelve vagrants in one bunch Six of them agreed to leave town and were dismissed The other six have been sentenced to work out fines of 10 each aud costs on the city rock pile It is believed that within another week Versailles will be en tirely free from loafers Much has been said through the state papers of late concerning the number of loafers to be Been at all times on the street corners A step to overcoming this eil has been taken in various towns throughout the blue grass Richmond an uptodate town as it is must keep up with other places in this regard It is up to the police department now to take a step in this direction Our town affords Iota of loafers not only among the colored people but also the white Almost at any time one can see from four to six fellows lounging around in the Gout House yard and on the street corners It has become so that it is almost im possible to secure help of any kind Not only in the kitchen and laundries troubleIevery where labor is neeeded we hear the same cry The lull enforcement of the vagrancy law id the only way to do with tbis loafing habit We would like to see vigorously enforced here and there II no reason why it should not be It is now up to the Police of Richmond to follow suit Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed to me which issued from the Clerks infavorpin I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sep 5 1904 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 p m at the Court House door in Rchmond Madison county Ky ex pose to public sale to the highest bid der ttie following described property or as much thereof a may lie neces sary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs to wit One house and lot situated in Bores Madison county Ky on Depot street PrestonWmMaupinTERMS a credit of three months bond with ap proved security required bearing legal at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a sale bond JOHN F WAGERS Aug 16 04 Sheriff Madison Co NOT UNTIL SEPT 21 Champion Musketeers and MarchersT- he Aurora ZOMTO Come Gurjfor Upon Us The coming to Richmond on September 21 of the Aurora Zouaves first associated with the great Adam Fore paugb and Hells Urothers Enorraotii United hows at Madison Square Gar den New York and since retained as a signal attraction among their martia- lfeaturesrecalls a bit of military hits tory with which many ot today may no be familiar Half a century at Chicago III Captain Elmer E Ells worth then regarded as a good deal of an ostentatious military crank and martinet organized a Zouave company bearing his name with which shortly before the guns trained on Fort Sump ter thundered forth the first warning of an open rebellion he made a tour of the principal cities He thus not only justified his methods and purposes by presenting unparalleled exhibitions i tactical gave invaluable object lessons in the use of arms and greatly stimulated patriotic fervor Soon after and at the threshold of a career which promised to cr wn him with lasting days as Colonel of a Zouave regiment he was shot dead by the landlord of the Marshall House at Alexandria Va for hauling down a Confederate flag defiantly flying over its roof Some thirty years later his tory repeated itself in the organization at Aurora Iliaiid by an odd coinci deuce scarcely a days march iroir the birthplace of the lamented Ellsworths a number of its represen tative VOOll2mell of another company of Redlegs destined to far MirpaKS its progenitor in skill and worldwide Lime and standing among military critics Under command of Opt A H Taible this company made steady and lemarkable until it reached such a state of unparalleled proficiency that a tour of Europe and comparison with her crack military organizations was decided upon Tim result wan an unbroken series of victories for Uncle Sams soldier representatives and everywhere in court and camp nnquali fled recogni n of their inimitable dexterity and discipline Returning home in triumph they joined forces at Madison Square Garden New York with the great exhibition above named and will be with them here as an nounced Tile I desire to say to the people of Madi fon county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronston Brother with whom I am not connected in any way I have opened a saloon on the same street jut below Mike Enrights old stand and I am now ready to accommodate uiv customers Please call and see me Rtspt 1jan05 W M KEEKMOGE Found Came to my place on Taylors Fork about ten days ago one brindle dehornil steer wright about pounds Owner can have same by proving property and paving charges H E Allen aug34t Ordinance- Be it ordained by the City Council of Rich mond Ky That the property owners namely J S Collins be required at his own ex pence to construct brick pavement in front of his property on Main street between B street and Zarincs mill Witness our hand this August 1904 D R Tevis Mayor jW White City Clerk For Sale Ton undersigned offers for sale pri vately his residence and 12 building lots located in less than 100 yards from court house square Second street and with a front ol 270 feet and with a front ef 280 leet on First Street Building lots all front 40 feet some 175 feet deep and others about 100 feet deep The boundary has on it a variety of fruits apples pears grapes per simmons pawpaws etc Drainage very commendable The residence has a front of 70 feet or more if desired by about 175 feet Can run all the way through if desired with all necessary out buildings under 6ne roof containing ten apartments The resi dence has la rooms including kitch en and basement with water works of five openings Gas pipes all over home hall entrance to every room without passing through any other room Ad mirably suited for firstclass boarding house or an Infirmity Will sell as a whole or by lot or lots Parties wishing to buy are invited and premisesFor or men I consider it a fine opening Come and look T S ELLISI17au4t RICHMOND KY The Greate- stBARGAIN EventI- S AT WHITE GIBSONS BIG SALEPeople Youll be Dollars Ahead Dont delay Come now White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY- L C Whitney Co Conductors THEESTILLc INGOBFeRATBIX + + EW 3E+++++ Eyy 1 E Your Last Chance + uf ENext Monday at 12 o clock noon ur- i Great Sweepout Sale fv iVMfi will be over and your for buying goods at these prices will be a thing of the past 5 + Dont Miss Our Bargain Counter PtShoesa 1 99 cts Shoes added to Bargain Counter each day from regular stock 1 Remember that the price ofevery article in the house or small has been reducedt5 00 Shoes + Our regular goods 3 50 1 2 79 3 50 1 2 59 I3 QQ 1 249 3 OQ 2 39 iI + reduced as follows 2 50 4J99 2 50 4J 86 2 00 IIJ 69 2 00 4J 69 7r r Xlc other goods reduced in proportion to above prices f- M 1Ail goods at these prices are strictly cash F I + YOURS FOR BARGAINS I Rice and Arnold1 Main street Richmond Ky Fffi7l 71 71 ffi I 71 71 IF71 7171 ffi F7 I urf Oats The tartest YieWax flesytet Grate Knelt Quality 1 t Oats Grows Aa hard aswheat If sown early Not attacked with fly or rust Stand up waH Afford the finest Fall Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per acra of the finest heariest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE CITes Information about the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale Al faa Crass Cover and Vegetable Seeds Our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds are the blzheit quality obtainable WriIrr Large Frn Catalof Ha 55 WOOD STUDS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY k Saloon FIRST STREET iIi refreshingdrinks modating uptodate clerks Finest Wines Whiskies and Cigars Bronston Bros M127lm PHONE 140 Habit is a cable we weave a thread of it every day and at last we cannot break itGet into the doingbusiness the State Bank iTrustCo ESTILL SPRINGSGives you almost at your door all the REAL advantages to be derived from far more costly summer resorts thousands of miles away It offers Most Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters Sulphur Baths The Best ofCooks Finest Ball Room in the State Splendid Music f r adjoiningStates V SEPTEMBER is coming to be one of the most popular months at the Springs Special rates are made after September first and more and more gu tayail themselves of thjs each year For further information address SPRINGS CO opportunity Royal WR THOMAS MmiBir IRVINE KYJ Ii AIf w you Love your Wife Dont Roast Her Buy her a Gas j 6 a This m Chopping wood jbreakfast 7 a m Trvingto kindling wetnews papers exhaustedttIc breakfast 9 a m A cold bite Nothing days work Still no l 10 Bluer a whotstone What is remedy Detroit Jewel Range The Raven whispers only and 11 a m Days work lost Gas Office AIsatisfactoryPurchase 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from large stock displayed andRange3pm Street service and piping nearly finish Comp tent c workmen pushing installation meals 4 p m Work completed with light over stove early and latej fulllife6 p m A perfectly cooked home meal piping hotfrom rOPe upper and lower ovens all complete at same waiting With peace and happiness prevailing with evening jsmoke and romp little c Richmond Water Light Co I S of oil Just of zinc a1 kd r It and cold as ns St tf G P Principal S Fri n MISS ADA Dept of For lot Goodcistern outbuildings GParrfch iI If T Range Is no for c nurse the all burnedpatience hot for the am than the ias that more Off for the Iiithe for full and the the time No the with the ones ow Paint Protection Thepractical painter when your house 1 Pattons Paint the paint covered a 5 guaranty best possible protection house purse mlo Paint protects preserves awl beautifies MswTe pnrxst pigments anil with the right proportions Iattons crct formula withstands sun eat and twice long hand made Guar longSendPATTON CO Lake Milwaukee Wis Geo M Willging209 W Main st to Madison Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc Lfi Ii30fSimmons MARX PECSHAH Asst ALLEN Ffk Mule covered to rain All Incidental IAll iaAdrance TuItIon Pees t B S 00 A J5 00 B 00 A 15 00Sugh School 00SDepartment of Mask Indandlnj Instruments for Practice 20 Enrollment last year 101 We expect It lr this dcithngwhat controlleilFrom Monday Friday fl 75 Vt Full Week 2 50 Send for Catalogue and investigate i f P SIMMONS Principal tI KIRKSVILLE Sale House and Second street opposite public school Lot fronts60 ft and extends back 200 It con thins six roms and two halls hydrant and all necessary This is one bocatedresideucesterms call at residence E esift icddi r r k rL firethe says is with f SUNPROOF i and by year you have the your and Pattons PAINT Natl radcs 50 cents per Term fees 10 15 20 to Increase f to f t on House X r Joke next Fees Parable Primary PerTena Primary Grammar Grammar 00S G KY In this city OP last Friday a Kpy Ringwilh four or fivu attai wl Liberal reward for rcitnrri ofsauMo DunntSpoke Out InMtrtinf Sam Jones evangelist preaching in GeorgIa recently saw a well dressed you UK man leaving tho church Sunk InK bin finger at the absconder Jones thundered Young man would you rather go to hell than to sit here and hear me finish tbis sermon Stopping a moment antI Bcrntchiie hldhpatl the young man replied Yes I think I and stepped outside the doors U broke up the Meeting i i An Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until 4 anythiriginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone H T6jxvuck Cama VJDotVs RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 1- 6FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can- T he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY AUG 17 1904 Bouquet Flour Frasa Bros Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros For rubber stamps and supplies see Gordon Reid at Climax office Work has been begun on Mr Carl Todds new home on Glyndon Avenue Un Z Nice twostory residence on one of LW Ot the principal residence streets of Richmond Nice Yard garden and all necesnary outbuildings Great bargain Price 250- 0Dont tall to ice the street paradeof the Richmond Worlds Fair Thursday morning at 930 a rn The school per t apita for the pres ent school year will be 2 95 Last years per capita was S2CO The celebrated Star fruit tin can only 40 per dozen at The Racket Store aiigS tt Suit Bratton Mr T J Potts ot Newby present ed the editor with a half dozen of the nicest tomatoes we have seen this year Mr Win P Auglln one of the most popular horsemen in Fayette county died at his home Friday aged 38 years Green Igo Perry the young son of Dr G G Perry of White Hall was run over by a mule last Saturday and sustained a broken leg and other pain ful injuries A call for a meeting of the State Election Commissioners has been Is sued by Chainnau Cliinn The meet lug will be held on August 24 at which time the county electors will be named We purcnased onr vehicles to sell and it you will only call and get price we will prove this assertion and make of you an everlasting friend and customer tf S L Midklff Prop A check for 3000 was received Thursday Irom the War Department by Adjt Gen Haly at Frankfort for distribution among the members of the First Second and Third Kentucky reg iments Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are selling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L MidkitT Prop Gov Beckham has issued a procla lation fixing September 1 as the date on and afier which all public schools in the State not having existing contracts for books shall use the list of books adopted for five years by the State School Book Commission The Richmond Worlds Fair be gins tomorrow at 10 oclock Refreshments will bo Bold on the grounds Anyone wishing to go aroninl ill the street parade must meet at the Fair Grounds promptly at 0 oclock Dont forget the date TlmiMlty Aug 18th tSomething to e 3 t rTQ9I are you satisfied with your laundry Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry WOfficeRIce Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeBouquet Flour Frasa Bros Mason Quart Jars 55 cents dozen 2 quarts 65c at Racket Store latf A meeting of the County Democra tic Committee is called for Friday Aug 19 at the Court House at 2 p m R W Miller Charman Mr W K Azbill who delivered the splendid baccalaureate address to the graduating class of Madison Insti tute in May will begin a protracted meeting at Mt Zion near Kingston next Saturday night Democratic Speakinr There will be Democratic speaking at Valley View on Saturday August 20 Seed Rye For Sale Embry Arbuckle Richmond Ky Phone 227a 17a4t Postponed The Teachers Association which was to have met at Foxtown on Saturday has been postponed Yearling for Sale A pure bred Hereford bulla good one Call on or write Joe T Jones Silver Creek Ky aug3 2t Fall Announcement Stouffer and Mahler the Merchant Tailors wish to inform the public that they are now ready with their new fall goods and any orders placed with them will receive prompt attention Their customers are gfven a guarantee of satis faction and fit Mass Meeting There will be a mass meeting at the court house Friday August 19 at 730 oclock The object of its meeting is to find out it the citizens of the city of Richmond want the Fatti A Clay Infirmary maintained or not All of the citizens are earnestly requested to come Great Fair Tomorrow will mark the day for the Richmond Worlds Fair Association This Is gotten up by Messrs Ernst and June Wiggins and Miss Salllie Wiggins and great interest is being manifested by all the children The youngsters deserve great credit for their business like ideas and should be encouraged in same KiJaiji Free We are giving ono million boxes of DeBells Kidney Pills absolutely free to those who have backache or kidney trouble DeBells Kidney Pills are the only positive cure in the worldWe want to cure you Cut this out and mail to O W BeggBSons Co Chicago IH B L Middelton 1m 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 36 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 Bnrnam Richmond Ky or Dr A L Hurst owner Kingston Ky For Sale I have for sale privately a good farm containing 53 acres three miles west of Richmond on the Lancaster turnpike known as the Jake Bronston place On this farm is a nice two story dwell lug and all necessary outbuildings and is well watered The soil is as fertile as can be found in Madison county For further particulars call on or ad ilreeaJas Mc Bronston licit Richmond Ky j EAT w is always an interesting subjectespecially When 1 you know where to find such We have everything j- fJ in season in the grocery line t Green Vegetables all kinds of J t Canned Goods Fruits Candies jinfact everything that can be found in a first IIclass grocery We call special attention to our line Jv y of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND 1 I GARDENSEEDS I GIVE US A CALL t- J Harbor quguelu lSuccessors toE Deatherage Co P 1d i ti tirti titi1 tiMMfiti ti J tt o d r fl6 4P 4ti 4thAf 4i tl + i f J t y gp f c i i i A 1 STRAW HATS HALF PRICE ffl 1 11 Weve cut the price on Straw Hats just half in two because we have too many i l aOfl hands and they must be sold now while the season is here no matter how great fr 6 the loss l j i 300 fr 150 250tu 125I 200 100 For 100 50IAllnhw clean goods the famous BrighamHopkins Styles and Quality fI Think of the great saving and be quick for first choices 4 i3 J Fine line of Childrens Sailors half pr- iceGOVINGTON V tfe lII BANKS 1r- sp1 4j Outfitters for Men andBoys i 41 i 1 I J j r cJ Ls r f tq31 31Mth 2 1 eIai J JJ t tt tttttt tttt tt tt t tttr tr 1 BIRTHS Dr and Mrs W W Bur ln are happy over the birth of a fine son which ar rived on the llth of this month Quarters Wanted It is pretty thoroughly known that the next State Conclave of Knights Templar will be held la this city next May While it seems early to think of securing rooms board etc for all visitors so far ahead yet such has to be done It must be born in mind that Commanderies from all over the State will attend this Conclave and such matters as the above cannot be post poned until time for the meeting About two hundred and fifty who expect to come to our city next May have already secured quarters but this is a mere beginning The Chairman of the Executive Committee Mr R C Stockton wishes to hoar from any per son or persons who will at that time take from one to thirty people He would like to have answers concerning this at as early a date as possible also terms for same The Richmond Com mandery is doing all in its power to make the coming Conclave a brilliant success and in order to have every visitor amply provided for In the way of lodging board etc1 these early steps are taken Madison InstitutesThe next session of Madison Insti tute opens on the second Wednesday in September wonder if all our citizens are doing what they can to see that their home school has a prosperous opening In the estimation of leading educators throughout the state and of all who know what it takes to make a firstclass school Madison In of stitute stands head and shoulders above all other female colleges in Kentucky for the very good reason that it is the only school in the State that keeps a faculty of experienced teachers who are graduates of the worlds greatest University of Chicago Ann Arbor Uni- Versity etc Our music teachers are from the best of American and Euro pean conservatories and those who have attended our splendid music reci tals which have been given to the public from time to time can testify that we offer advantages In music that can not be obtained this side of the great conservatories And we offer equal ad vantages in Art and Elocution And our primary and preparatory depart ments for the youngerstudents Includ log boys will be better next session than ever before If you are not a patron of Madison Institute let me ask why you do not send your children where they can obtain the very best ad vantages as other of our citizens are dointr In such an Important matter as that of the education ofvour chil dren you should not be satisfied with anything short of the very best J W McGarvey Jr tr PoTntz Passes Away The public at large has been inex pressingly grieved and saddened since bearing of the of DrJ M Poyntz which sad vent occurred at 7 oclock yesterday morning at the homo of his sister Mrs Ann Bean of Mt Sterling For many months past the doctor has been in the poorest of health bht it WItS ardently hoped that medical science would prove availing to arrest the progress of his disease Every attention that loving hands could lavish was paid the patien but Iin vain Death marked for own and the gallant spirit wnt out in peace to meet Its Ma ker The demise of Dr Poyntz is pregnant with sorrow and misfortune In all departments of life will he be missed j in his profession at whose head he stood in the Confederate Vet erans Association whose moving spirit ho was and in the religious and social life of the town where he has lived so long and where he was so re and honored Ifo citizen in our midst was more promiNent in all the things that work for a lead ingchurch member practical Chris ianwhQ Introduced religion Into all his ways and means His was a life full of love and benefit to the people amongwhom he lived The bodywas brought hero last nit to the Poyntz home oa Third street where the funeral services will be held tomorrow at 10 1in The donors of this city kill act as the active and TMjnorarv fll bcarers and bJviaglnds he will be laid to rest iBlhe Cemetery where fee will sleep the sleep that knowsjto WUng fceiwwth the wavtaft MiUfnwi 16YW olj1leU f i Il L t Red Mens Street Fair and Carnival Asso September 12 to J 7 6 days JO big shows 4 free attractions each day Boat Excursion There will be a boat excursion from Valley View to Ford Thursday morning Boat leaves at S oclock Residence for ale A nice residence on High strtet con taining eight rooms bath room with hot and cold water the property of Mrs CindaKarr For particulars call on or address either of the undersigned 2t Mrs Cinda Karr W H Douglas Richmond Ky Time Lawn Fete which was to have been held at Mrs Ed Humes on lhursday has been postponed till Thursday August 25 on account the funeral of Dr J M Poyntz Registration- One of the acts passed by the late eglslature effects former registration aws The law as amended is in sub itniice as follows A day for registration ol voters ofI ill classes of towns including tbeI Sixth is fixed by law on the first Tuesday in October from the hours o- fiamtoOp m The regular officers of election shall preside as registration officers Books registration and blank certificates ire to be provided by the Conntv Clerk Additional registration days may be fixed by the town council at the towns ixpense no day to be later than the ird Tuesday in Oct Voters absent from the town or too ill to attend may regmter with the County Clerk by filin affidavit of same on Monday Tuesday or Wednesday before the election this year being Nov l2and3C- ertificates ot registration are issued the voter and he is required to present same at time of voting If lost or misplaced by filing affidavit of same and payment of a tee of fifty cents the clerk may issue a duplicate certificate on election day- Challengers are permitted during registration day and nponvapplication a time may be set apart to purge the registration rolls of illegally registered votersThe registration officers are to be paid the same rees as election officers and have the same to preserve order about the polls Gordon Lo Reed Rubber Stamp Makers Climax office Disastrous Fire in Lextojlon Tattersalls one of the largest and best equipped training establishment in tne world six training stables the property of the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeder Association and one residence were burned to the ground Saturday night at Lexington entailing a loss of nearly 100000 One of the stables destroyed was leased by Mr Mat S Cohen formerly of this city who also had several blooded horses burned to death Mondays Lexington Herald says The removal of the debris of Tatter sails yesterday disclosed losses greater that had at first been estimated The charred bodies of twenty horses were exhumed from the ruins Eight car casses were found irt the ruins of what was Mat Cohens stable while six more were found under the metal roofing of time stable of Ward Lutes One perished in C C Harris stable and another body lay on the north side of the big barn Two more lay oa the rite of one of the K THB Association tables and qthers were fouadirt the open showing that they had tpade their way froth the ouildinge and fallen between the walls of flftnie Time work ofreaiov ing the bodies was pursued throughout the whole of yesterday The fourteen bodies fond in the sta ble of 1 ute and Cohen are known to have been the prOJlertyoltJaoMowItflJII The others howewrj bnviwot bean iletiniMoly aMOOMtecl Sc 4Ia ssewst 0fI the fet thMUa4 JNW beve- if IIIMioa l iI b II i are Iou Kiiujt DeBells Kidney Pills are the only kidney medicine that positively cure all diseases thst arise from disordered kidneys poor nerves and a thin watery condition of the blood such ae nervous headache dizziness weak back rheu matism diabltis scalding urine and other kidney troubles DeBella Kidney Pill the great kidney remedy every box warranted Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by B L Middelton linau Third Notice An exchange says Third Notice Every editor has received them The postmaster sends them to the editor The postmaster is not to blame For instance there is a man by the name of well say Tom Shortwho sent us three notices to stop his paper We wondered what was the matter Upon investigating our subscription book we found Tom Short f1j 7ff He bad never paid a cent and yet he stopped his paper as a matter of economy to us A few evenings ago we stopped into church and Toms melodious voice rang out loud and clear In the old soul stirring song Jesu paid it all We might have been mistaken but his earnestness impressed us The next thy we sent him a receipt in full belt ging his Iardon for not knowing that he had made an assignment of his liabili ties to the Lord Mr Woods Honored According to the Times and Courier Journal President Lewis Landrum ofI the Kentucky Press Association has appointed Mr tilarence E Woods a member of his cabinet the Executive Committee and named him for orator for the next meeting which will be held at New Orleans in midwinter with a trip to Cuba or Mexico This appointment will be gratifying news to the members of the Press Association all of whom recognize Mr Woods as one of Kentuckys ratifct brilliant news papermen Mr Woods who founded the Lebanon Enterprise in 1887 has been a member of the Kentucky Press Association ever since and is one of Its best known members accompanying them on their trips to Atlanta and through Canada InJje Uatrill Victorious By a vote of 5 to 4 the Democratic State Central Committee decided that it had no jurisdiction in the protest of Judge John D Carroll against the nomination oli Judge James E Cantrlll by the Fifth Appellate District Conven tion held at Lexington August 4 lasf and the nomination remains altogether undisturbed Under this decision Judges Carroll and Sanfley appeared before the cotemlttee in person and pledged their allegiance to Judge Can trill and promised to sapporuhlm with all their might until the election had closed JheMra The series of meetings which have heel In progress at Broekstown for time past two week eocdHcted by Rev W H GHmboe ofAefclMKi Meteted by the- minmsierJ H Witeei dosed Sunday morning T1 1eJ was presented faithfully ltd ittyH its truth dits implieity L rg audiences the moe ter8Mt 4iiauii and the epirit of ChrittiMi Mb were other III ark ed Mates of tbs rrieeI There wes- twT MBMiMpJttd two by teHr and UM ofctonfc M i sEsimdnd ftoftiM a e IUI- P ii i rth Ji r J 50 75 ets 4i iii 4 l ft50 4 25 i1 i i i li lr j i t I Lost Mrayed 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 recov ery of stock2t Irvine Isaacs Whites Station Ky fro Russell in Washington Prol J D M Russell the well known principal of the Richmond Colored School has been taking a summer course at thefamons colored university at Washington City Writing to a gentleman here last week lie thus ac ounts for the money and time spent In selfimprovementDEAR you will be pleased to learn of my success in the Summer School at Howard University I have made many friends as well as rained much in my line of study I dont think I have spent an idle hour since my arrival in the city You will find enclosed a circular of the school which may interest you I desire to thank you again for the assistance you gave me I am your humble servant- J D ItL Russell Honor Conferred on a Versailles Man Rt Em Sir Robert R Burnam Grand Commander it Kentucky Knights Templar has conferred a distinguished honor upon Sir Knight Chas M Har ris ot Versailles in appointing him the Kentucky representative to serve on the staff of Rt Em Sir Thomas Kite Grand Commander of Ohio at the Triennial Conclave in San Francisco next month Grand Commander Kite will be marshal of the 4th Grand Division which will include Kentucky in the parade at San Francisco In a courteous letter to Sir Knight Harris he says Your Ohio fraters will wel come you with open arms Sir Knight Harris will be mounted on a fiery charger and that he will reflect credit upon both the Versailles and the State commanderies is an as sured timing He will leave for Califor August 27Woodford Sun Bouquet Flour Frasa Bros Costs Nothing Unless Cured A Fair Olfer Hade by 7L Hlddelton to All Sufferers From Catarrh B L Middelton is selling Hyomel on a plan that has caused considerable talk amongst his customers The plan is different from that lowed by other remedies but the folI edy itself is different also This ment for the cure of catarrh has sucbt an unusual record of cures to its credit that R 1 Middelton offers to refund the money if it does not give the desiredI benefit This is certainly one 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 injullticeIDo not any ling smarting burning eyewateriag troubles that afflict those who haye ca tarrh Hvomei will cure youbut if you sb01lld not find It adapted to your case B L Middeltoa will return your money to I The Waljers School Next Term Begins Tuesdays September 6 lfO JAS T BARREJt Pkt RJcfameod Ky JIlr lrrTI r T Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros Golden Wedding Celebration Just fifty years ago the tenth of this month Mr William B Smith led Eliza beth Parks to the hymenial altarshe- a blushing bride and he a gallant groom Now both are aged and gray but still active and erect and on last Wednesday evening surrounded by their children and grandchildren they received their friends in honor of their golden weddinganrmiversary The hours were from eight to eleven and during that time the Smith home on the Sum mitt which is an ideal one for such an occasion was thronged On ap proaching the gate the scene was most beautiful Japanese lanterns were used in abundance as also were designs ot electric lights which were placed here and there on the lawn The large front porch was curtained in with handsome portieres and lighted with lanterns On entering the hall one was impressed with the beauty of the deco rations which consisted chiefly of large sunflowers The stairway was entwined with these as also were the door fac ings and every available place There were huge banks of the same golden flower in the yard Field daisies and yellow dahlias were used in profusion The golden idea was carried out in the table decorations the shaded candles centerpieces and so on In the receiv lug line were lion and Mrs W B Smith Mesdames W G White of Louisville R R Burnam John Parks all three the handsome daughters of the home Many beautiful and costly presents were on display and were much admirea by the numerous guests Delicious orange frappe was served all p j r i i during the evening and Owen Walkers orchestra furnished music which ad ded much to the enjoyment of all present Two rooms were filled with tables beautiful in their appointments at which the guests partook of an elegant lunch of substantials and Ices There is no more honored couple in Richmond than Mr and Mrs Smith and the heartiest congratulations were showered upon them on this fiftieth Anniversary and the earnest wishes that they might live to celebrate many more such occasions The names or those guests who registered are as fol lowsMrs R E Turley R E Turley H L Perry Mrs Florence Thorpe Mrs J B Stouffer Mrs C H Buck Mrs Annie B Myers Mrs W D Oldham W D Oldham Miss Linda Gormley Anne Neale Bennett Matilda Tribble Lewis N Neale Julia H Higgins Florrle Field Bright Mazy Belle Field Miller Jas J Neale Edwir Brown Margaret N Parrish T J Ttylor Sirs T J Taylor Mrs Nannie Embry Jen nie W Parkes Mrs S E Scott S E Scott Mrs N B Deatherage Sara Rucker W S Mobeley Mrs S A Cor nelison W L Arnold W L Crutcher Elizabeth A Covington Mrs C 1Searcy C L Searcy Mrs Green B Turley Sr August Plantier Mrs E O Vance Dr E 0 Vance J B Willis Mrs J B Willis RE Roberts Rosa B Jarman Willie May Jarman Aisie H Ballard Bettie Ballard J G Shack elford H lL Frasa Mrs H H Frasa Mrs P E Cartwright Miss Jane Frasa N B Deatherage Mrs Sallie Corneli sonDW Tribble Mrs L A Miller Florence Hood Mrs James B Mc Creary James B McCreary Lula Gay c Burnam Mr John M Price Atchison Kansas Miss Lila P Price Atchison Kansas Mr and Mrs Thos Mrs John C Mason Mariawillie Smith D M Chenault J W Caperton Kath eriue Phelps Caperton Nettie Stockton Hume Thos JMoberley C C Wallace Sirs C C Wallace Bessie Stone ftiller Mrs Robert Miller Jessie K Burnam J R Burnam Thos H Pick els Samuel Rice and wife Mrs G W Pickels John C Chenault Mrs John C Chenault Mrs J S Collins Mrs W J Collins W J Collins Mrs N D Feland Stephen D Parrish E C Million Florida IL Parrish R J Mc Kee Mrs O McKee Mrs Jno Good loe Jno D Goodloe Mrs G W Evans Sr R C Mason Mrs R C Mason Samuel W Lackey Wailer Bennett Beattie L Middelton Mrs Beattie L Middelton Ansil D Miller Mrs Ansil D Miller Mary K Culton Mrs Alice Faris Mrs 33 D Ballard Mary Doug las Ballard Laura W Estill Fraud Mary Ben Neale Thompson Blanche Loubelle Hanson Chas S Hanson R W Miller S B P Miller J F White j Robt R Burnam Jr Mrs W G White Mary Griffith Rosa May Mol terley Sue Lydia Smith Mrs Roy C White Roy C White W B Freman Mrs W B Freeman George M Smith Mrs M A Francis Blackstock S C Mrs G G Corzelius G G Corzelius R A Barlow Mrs R A Barlow Thos H Hart Bettie Smith Moberlev Robt R Burnam Elizabeth Ann Moody Parkes Burnam William Curtis Bur Fannie Smith Park Chicago S S Parkes Mrs Margaret Wilmore Eliza beth Wilmore Margaret Wilmore Mrst Mrs R C Stockton Mrs Henry Perry 6 MONSTER JULY SALE mm lin the history of this stores sensational sale have we presented such D for the moneywise women of Richmond and vicinity This 6sale means that our stock must b- eReduced at Once It means the lowest prices ever given on wellbought merchandise ft means j a that our modest prices have been deeply cut into It means that you should at 6 tend this sale every dayt No manufacturers costs off but our closely bought 1Ei31rIJ El stock 6 Cut to the Quick in Prices Ai1 thEliLLJLEiiL DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS Pliol1st namCynthiaSBurnamWGWjt INevery Lit- i j fiE IZrePurses Belts Readymade Waists Wrappers Muslin Underwear ffr White Goods wns Suitings gnams Summer Crts Baby 1 Caps Fans Botmets 3Uk Gloves ctkerchicfsFan cy Silk Idine DustutJSbirt Waist Suitingst Gcnts Underwear j rbI tl L rWL CRDTCHER G W EVANS JR diNew FirmAND c j A MagnificienStock of Goods ginEverything beautiful for the home can be found in our store r and our prlces Will suit f I everybody eL We are at home at Joplins old standon 1 Main street and we guarantee the best V andmost polite attention V New Florence Droptop Sewing Machines 25 30 and 35 Full Ball Bearings if r I giveus a call 5 r Crutcher Evans P Main Street Richmond Ky T o c 4 Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock ofeaV 10 1 at ac 10 Dry Goods iWe carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsc Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions White WhswCorner Main and Seco- ndRJCHMOND KENTUCKY HALLS SICILIANflair Renews the hair makes it new again restores the freshness Just what you need if your hair is faded or turning gray for it always restores the color Stops falling hair also7 LlOJcuUIO EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY nrcoxroiATBD Long distanco 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 iii people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able equipments and facilities unsur passed lRlrr s i2J2qjfJSi I CLOTHES I a S1 sS sS 6ztZZ dU dO d d THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods 3 We can please the most fastidious tastes Our stock furnishingsgoods and pri- cesStouffer Mahler n MERCHANT TAILORS OUT IN r rCALIFORNIA T The Triennial Conclave of Knights Templar Will be held early in the fall Thousands arts going Its a good time Thore is no doubt but that all good Americans dc oppoJtunltyIs Itionallv low rates announced for this occasion RocKlsland System The Rock Island Routes vja Memphis through the Great Southwest via St Louis and the new line to Kansas City and Colorado Via Kansas City and Colorado Tickets on Sale August 15 to September 10 Rates Irom your home town on request Goo H Lee Gen Pass Agt y Little RockrArk a t McGuire J Dikt tSs Agt QE1ciiMi i 1 I BigiiiiR- ETAIL Coal Co YARD Estillave near L N Depot Old Christian property ALNITE COALBe- stand Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93 H F BARKER Agt I Spring is Caminl That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of JImWIDU 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 DressingTublesIron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy everythingComestreets and we will take pleasure in showing jrfu 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 W S1 OLDHAM L t RLi L ET us make you an estimate nthei- nterjorfinishfor that house you are building our figures are sure to be right Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co LIUIaCORR Lexington Kentucky a e Illinois Central Railroad e50 00 Chicago 55 50 Louisville California and Return August 15 to September 10 1904 Return limit October 23 04 Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Special Excursion Rates to Hot Springs Arkand Return Wednesdays and Saturdays of each Weekuntil September 30 1904 Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas To Secial Low One way and Boundtrip Rates in effect Tuesdayin South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South IssuingmonthlyandLouisianainclusiveandfoldersdescriptiveroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Beautiful ThoughtsThe sweet pure the babe suggestive of innocence and health A mothers yearning for children is inseparable from a love of thebeautiful and every woman to bring the sweetest and best influence to OB maternityTo easy that period when life is born again Mothers Friendis popularly used It is liniment easily onlyPregnantfriendtoherdurin- ttaturestermofsupenseandantici flothcra Friend if used throughout therebypreventingmuscles straining with the burden wul relax become supple and elastic from iti ontinuedapplication j m region will respond readily to the expandi cover containing theembryo if nother5 Friend pregnancyOfWrite for free book on notlierhoo4 THE BKADFIEL EGUUTOB CO ATLANTA t jAnnoncucments FOR CONORESS LMOORSoIDemocraticsolicited We are authorized to announce H HELM of Lincoln county a candidate for Congress Dlstrlctl811bJectlfo GILBERT a candidate for Congress toaucceed CongressionalDlslrlctcratic party We are authorized to announce FRANK TURNER a candidate for Congress from this oftheFOR CITY ATTORNEY- We are authorized to announce n E sublectFOR COUNTY JUDGE We are arthoriied to announce JUDGE J C ofCountythe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE IT Countyaction of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLETCHERsubject to the action of the Democraticpatty HOROOKEsubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party SHERIFFWe JNO W MadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million sublectCOLYERacandidateforShertffof DemocraticpartyFOR COUNTY CIERK JESSECOnsacandidateto the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER ofMadlaonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party OCURRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDERINGERcounty snblect to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce N B JONE suleeWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a t subtMORGANTAYLORcounty eubjet to the action of the Democratic party GPARltISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party HXiNNEDYcountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonWontic Party e are authorized to announce J It PARES a candidate for Jailer of Madison subject to tbe action of the Democratic party TERRILLcounty subject to the action of tbe Democratic party TDUERSONacandidate DemocratieFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN PubUotichoolsaction of the Democratic party FEDWARDSacandidate totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN candidate for Hnpcrlntenctent of totheFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J 1BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Asrexsor of Madison connty partyWeGOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce S P GOOD countysubject Mrs Licie km 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 othI Fair and City KILLTHE COUCH AM CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings Ntw Discovery I FO0MtU11MTiQiM 10 ca Pifer 51 ocr IIIFrye Trial and uicke t Cure TEBOAY and LUNG forIUM orXOVKT BAOK r fl1pitolfiotl c a WENT THROUGH OPEN BRIDGE tb FrI ht Train Crew ef Elfht Were Drowned Henderson Kjri ug9A fut height on the Louisville Henderaoafe St Louis road went through an opea bridge between SlstersvllleJ and SpotU Tllle Ky Monday night and the crew of eight were drowned The bridge is swung on a pivot In the center and had been turned previously to the arrival of the train to admit of the pas sage of a steamer Owensboro Ky Aug 9 Freight train No 14 with engine and nIne cars ran Into Green rlv r off the Henderson Route bridge The killed are Engineer Walter RIddlo do verport Fireman Reuben Leslie Lou isville Brakeman William Newton Cloverport The cars were loaded with cattle NEW SCHOOL BOOK LAW It Will Be In Full Force Beginning September 1 Frankfort Ky Aug 10Gov Beck proclamationtbe in full force on and after Septem bar 1 the American Book Co having theIThose counties that already have contracts with the book company may also receive the benefit of tho new law If they wish and at the end countiesrthe Cantrill law A PISTOL BATTLE One Dead and Two Hurt In a Street Duel Mt Sterling Ky Aug 9News reached here Monday of a desperate street battle which occurred at Wil llama Siding in Pulaski county between Green Flynn a leading business man and Jesse Williams a prominent lumber man Flynn was uninjured but shot and killed Williams instantly Two bystanders were serlously shot PASSION PLANT BLOOMS A Work of Nature That Attracts Widespread Attention Newport KyA Aug 8A work of nature that is attracting widespread attention in Newport is a passion plant owned by Albert Stricker Day ton street This plant rarely blossoms but Mr Stricker has one that Is covered with flowers They are in five colors and many shades of purplo pink and green and are considered a great curiosity Public Sale OF Landand Personal Property As Executor ot Mrs Marion F Yates the undersigned willat the old Yates borne place near Crookavillet Madison county Ky on Saturday Sept 3 04 nu 10 oclock a m proceed to sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A Farm- on Muddy Greek near reoksville in Madison county Ky containing Two Hundred and Seventylht 278 Acres and adjoining tha lands of Mrs Lids Harris B F Crooke Mrs Martha B Maupin and others and known as the placeThe and is well watered and in a high state of cultivation bout 18 acres now in placehll8all 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 improvements containing 226 acres Anyone desiring to see these places will call on J C Yates nearI KySaid he sold separately to the highest and hest bidder on equal credits of six and twelve months with six per emit interest from January 1st 1905 until paid The purchasers to give bond with approved occur y and a lien to be retained on said land until all the purchase mouey is paid Pose pRsion 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 consisting of 1 horse and buggy 1 two horse wagon tanning implements and household and kitchen furniture All sales of personal property for less than 10 to be cash over that amount time will be given till January 1 1905 provided a note with good security is givenNo personal property to be removed until paid for or satisfactory note arranged J C Yates Mrs Margaret Bales Executors Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive ol suicide had been discov eyed will interest many Atun down system or despondency invariably pre cede suicide and something has been found that will prevent that condition which makes suicide likely At the first thought of self destruction take Electric Bitters It being a great tonic and nervlne will strengthen the nerves and build up the system Its also a great Stomach Liver and Kidney reg ulator Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by R C Stockton druggist 1m For Sale Privately I will sell privately my house and lot on Hight street Good cistern and all necessary outbildings Plenty of fruit For particulars see IGjtf Alfred Douglas Sr CRIMSON CLOVER NEW CROP J Hfi best Winter and Spring sowingfar2 tons of finest hay three weeks t before Reel 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 giving be fresh or it is no good and to secure the best Seed always order TIIIU BlUE ERB80MAM c Wilt 5111 ct I Iii Bmrfirs aad DMSm I = tasistYk II TRaohelkhtAJDed11CSII illnl7o1 OUR FAU CATAUXHML i c II a a ilL JRt x 3s rsI rra r o o = o 0 o a o o g Q 0 0 0 IThe purchase price of I i4 0 For the modest home or pala teal residence Majesticthe unsurpassed Great Sale of New worth of We show of Mens Suits at 999 worth and 20 BOYS SUITS at 99c worth JJ50and 2 sale 50 you We in Kentucky for FINE For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the store room on Main street now RobinsU Bright Sunday trains on the L A gives you an to spend the dy It Estill Springs or in the mountains Sell notice for schedule and rates Shackelford kCo sell the famous avecka fertilizer from 1600 to 3600 per ton13nH Wire react I am agent LAMB WIRE Those t purchase the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG ayllOMyr Richmond Ky WARNING No one can furnish you with Procter Red Ash JellitO Coal but Letcher at this point Why will yoo not burn the best Phone 192 j 22 2m PROCTER Co A i Co TO THOSE to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Jjjf PACE ====S= r ragrB saasaaasa 5 Weare pleased to state that it is on sale atthe lol lowing places in Madison county Lrbnckle Simmons Searcy Hamilton O Flnnel J W Matters J V WIImock ohaBtapp Burton Roberts- J W Teater JW Prewitt rA Warren S C McWharter llckner Earl iTCoy R cbmond Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruthton Edenton fpUonbnrz Paint Uck- Wallaceton Berea KlrksTltle 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AC W1tlaol Ja tIN r four Swaths It aota bysil newadewgrt i T lidR 0 a cookingrange should be considered least of all by a of small means To the cost of a cheap range add the cost of wasted fuel and re pairs and In the end it has cost a- more than The stan dard everywhere Because the Majestic is built right all the heat properly distributed it will a pay for itself in fuel saved several t times during its long life With ordinary care The Majestic will last a with little or no outlay for repairs NOT CHEAP EST BUT LEAST EX PENSIVE lafe Call and see them at our store and we will convince you in a that The Majestic is and without an equal on the market Arbuckle o Simmons t 0 Sole AgentsRichmond Ky o = v o 0 0 V V V V Sacrifice CLOTHING 25000 clothing Regardless of Cost Thousands 15 18 Young Mens worth 7 8 BOYS WASH 5 Gents At this every cents brings back 1 are Sole Agents Alfred Benjamin CosCLOTHING LOUIS X GUS STRAUS opportunity elsewhere forthecelebrated FENCE wishing LaclcyCo wishing Waco PATENTS DESIGNS derlDtlollYIokly olDmuDItloantrttMeIIrtpeteaUPaau StldUfkJlIItIk eIre family lei lifetime moment Suits 5 and 10 PANTS Call and see the SVass Con- e1 1r eTa oz and you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is linedand why it will use onehalf the ice that it tales to run the socalled Refrigerator t tI jt IITIS LINED WITH GRANULATED CORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes it GorVes aA 3Vr fight c We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined D B Shock lford Co There is nothing like Good FLOUR aF Every housewife every cook knows that Good fakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can bahadv Our process for making Flour and Mal is of the latest Our brands are J Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY 1HEoo Elliston Mill 0 Co WACO KENTUCl4Y I