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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f7THERIdHMoNDLiMAx IJr Is ill VOLUME 31i t RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1904 NUMBER 16 1 IItI PHONE 80 liE C WINES DRUG STORE U COR MAIN FIRST IIII u k 7Im ffi 7I7I ffi 7IF 7171 i The HusUiqo Cash Store 1 t1 dw I t 1tt tm f M ffill ffi ffi BARGAINS F ffi ffi J j E LACKEY AND HAMilTON v iY I F 75 7I Th 7Ali 7w7w 71 75 7fI ++ + CALL AT ++ + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that canbe founa- in the city are dispensed by upto ilate and accommodation Qeoulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ssss- Phone 3 Second St On the Teeth Depends the condition nf the general health Removinc or filling decayed teeth mentis the removal of thn causa of much disease The skillful applica tion of 0 DENISTRY J projSolid Gold Teeth 550 Gold Fills 50 Amalgam Fills 76 Teeth Extracted 25 Allour work fully guaranteed Will giv1 satisfaction II II r all circum stances V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky NEW YOR- KCLIPPERISTHEUREATEBTT- HEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD 400 Per Year Single Copy 10 Cts ISSUED WEEKLY SAMPLE COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd iLBEItU BORtEIU LISIIEJtS- 1U1JGZL m CDiamonds C Watches Crocks r Cutglass t All kinds of Jewelry- andPreciousStpnes fit V rof every description rThose are some of the V be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refti e to- go take them to Lnne he will fix them If your ring c needs reeettlne take it to Lanes hell fix that too If want anything that Vcan be found in a first clam ebtabllshmvot RO to Lanes He is well fixed V in these kind of articles y 9 L E Lane c Jeweler and Optician j f V PROFESSIONAL OARDSI ATTORNEYS MILLER ATTOEKETATLAW RICHMOND KBSTDCKT Ollice n the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly SULLrV AJA ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Dffice over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street 0iS D M OIIENAIJLT- ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLOItS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John office over- Perry Thomas drng storeIPHYSICIANS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Dr Hobson building MainStrest DENTAL SURGERY Or acivvv L 1OnSOl DHNTIST JOCISVILLB KT iTOHce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novlTly u V M Blanton DENTIST ffiOfflce ih Bennett Building Manly TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians llobson Building Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREe tQradnate Southern School of Ostheopathy BIg tire Sale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hilt pike are now having an immense fire sale andare offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per hushel full line of groceries and otlIr mer chandise all new and fresh coffee lOcta per Ih and up calico 5c work shirts 25 to 50n ready made garments latest fashions We also have meal Hour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and cliestnnl posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rent to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can oflV r things at such low prices We pay cash for all kind of produce Give us a call 22Jnnn 6m OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in Jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5II5to Ijugs f2jIt5 bottles f3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McIJrajer novlyr Anderson countyj Ky t ti Good Clean Its a long way from the coal mines to the oal bin And its along way from getting whet you want when you have to pay for screening You will get a load of satisfaction everytime you buy- a load of coal from us Callor Telephone eittyvil1o O oil Co- D R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 110 and Yarfr n Avntp- DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Sept 14 lOOt For Shampooing Manicuring Fa clal Massage and all kinds of toilet req lisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next lOOt to Piggs grocery on Main street 20atf I BLACK MAMMYIis good for 4For + Rubber Stamps call at this offic- eS i brut Bargains We have two hand made buggies costing 125 each which will now be offered at 50 each This is an ppor tunity to secure a great bargain Richmond Carriage Works SOmtf S L Mrdkiff Prop D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATEAGE T Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed IRICfiMOND KT Addma WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of hIs ftmotu and responsible CMMERCUL COLLEGE OF KY UilYERSIT Atrantrd Jfolnl at WorMji KxpoUtlonI- tcfera to thnunand of grStlua rt in ltln C Mt ut fun Mti lnmt tuun including Tul and Hoard in fanill about tI SlurthandTypeWritigan4Te1egraphy8pecialtiearbe 4IWrieIVTadflktee on ntrDow- Ic Utrtrj tlmn Srrv = 1 hr SI nq 0 lIjer rca e4ad4ref JI- WtLaUfi R SMITH LOxntO Ky SHIP IS MAGNETJZEDi QUEER FREAK OCCURS OFF DELAWARE BBEAKWATEB Steamer Mohican Passes Through a Cloud 6t Phosphorus Which Causes Strange Happenings on Board As the British ship Mohican made for the Delaware breakwater the other day it encountered a strange phenom enon A cloud of phosphorus envel everyIstory and the crew vouch for the detailsI a strange gray cloud at a distance and watched it as it cams closer The vessel and crew were given a fiery coating before the sailors saw It said the captain They rushed about the deck in consterna tion I looked at the needle and it wai flying around like an electric fan I ordered several of the crew to move the iron chains lying on the deck thinking that it would divert their at tentionBut the sailors could not budge the chains although they did not weigh more than 75 pounds Everything was magnetized and chains bolts spikes and bars were as tight to the deck as if they had been riveted The cloud was so dense that it was impossible for the vessel to proceed I could not see beyond the decks and it appeared as if the whole world was a mass of glowing fire The frightened sailors fell on the decks and prayed The hair in our heads and beards stuck out like bristles We noticed that it became dif ficult to move our arms and Suddenly the cloud began legsIThe phosphorescent glow of the ship and crew began to fade Gradually the magnetism of the steel died At the same time the stiffness left our hair In a few minutes the cloud bad ItII never encountered a cloud like that It must have been composed of some magnetized substance which was combined with phosphorus ADVOCATES NEGRO FLAG Professor Arnett Who Originated Idea Wants It Raised Over Churches and Schools for the Bace The negroes of Iowa do not favor the idea of a negro flag to be raised over the negro churches and schools of the state James vashington of Sioux City who is a representative of the black race of the state says We are Americans and the American flag is good enough for us alL I have assured the supporters of this movement that better arguments than those which have been advanced must be offered to secure the support of Iowa colored men Mr Washington is a deacon in the A M E church Thomas H Sturgis the negro mall arrler who Is a prominent member of Mount Zlou Baptist church expresses similar views He says The negroes of this AmerlIcaned with Prof H Y Arnett a son of Bishop Arnett He has designed what he calls a negro flag and Is arguing its adoption We need a flag to rally our people he says and to my mini it is one of the solutions of the rae problem The flag as designed by toIrace for their country The border Is black symbolizing the negros color In the center of the field are the por traits of Fred Douglass Maj Martin R De Lancy the late Bishops Richard Allen and Daniel E Payne all sur rounding that of Booker T Washing ton The staff is of weeping willow typifying the tears and prayers of the women and children in slavery days YOUTH MARRIES HIS AUNT Young Glen Cove L L Nan Weds Near Relative andSecret Finally Gets Out By marrying his aunt Samuel R lIawkshaw a well known young man of Glen Cove has added another chap ter to the romances of that quaint Long Island village The wedding was kept a secret for a week and then be came known only by the merest accident The bridegrooms aunt Mrs Ad die Hawkshaw was the widow of his fathers brother Richard Samuel had always been her favorite nephew and she never forgot how kindly he con doled with her in her bereavement Hawkshaw is 20 years of age and his bride is not yet 30 A neighbor who met young Hawkshaw asked concern Ing the health of his aunt Aunt Why shes my wife declared Hawkshaw and the secret was out He then explained that he and his aunt had gone to Sea Cliff and were married by the Rev Dr James carter pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church Mrs Hawkshaw blushingly said it was a love match- I always had a sentimental feeling for Sam she said He was so kind that one couldnt help falling in love MILLIONAIRE AT 21 YEARS 1iorITwo hundred guests celebrated the twentyfirst birthday of Alfred C Bourne and his coming into posses sion of f1000000 at his fathers es tate at Ookdale L L The million was left to young Bourne by his godfather the late Gorman Clock The guests were young society folk from Oakdale slip Hempstead Westbury and New York The grounds had been decor ated for the occasion with thousands of colored incandescent lights Guests floated about canals on electric launches and gondolas and danced on the lawns and made merry all over the grounds Young Bourne was assisted in receiv 3Bournehis brother Arthur and sisters Mar ion and Mae The story of young Bournes million reads like a romance His father F G Bourne was a clerk in a sewing machine factory 30 years ago and attracted the attention of Al fred Corning Clark He pushed upward until he became an official of the firm Clock was president of the company when Alfred Bourne was born He was asked to stand sponsor for the child and was so pleased with the compliment that he took a lively interest In Alfred from that time on Clock made provision in his will for the boy to receive 1000000 with in terest on his twentyfirst birthday Is is said that by careful investments the legacy has increased to 1500000 ROYAL ETIQUETTE RELAXED Edward VH Declared to Be Much Exclusive Than Any of 1Less His Predecessors In spite of the extreme simplicity almost it may be said homliness of court life in the earlier part of the Victorian reign the sovereign stood far more aloof from the various social classes than Is the case today For many years the dukes of Sutherland Argyll Beaufort Rutland and a few other territorially Influential peers of the realm were the only hosts whom the sovereign and prince visited It Is within the memory of the existing gen eration that the late duchess of Cam bridge felt herself unable to accept the invitation of an important peer who was an Intimate friend because his rank was then below that of an earL With the enlargement of society the code of etiquette has been sensibly relaxed No one would think of leaving the party until the principal guest had retired Mr Gladstone in 1883 wrote to the then prince of Wales I am very much shocked at an omission which I made last night in failing ask your royal highness leave to be the first to quit Lord Alcesters agreeable party in order that I might attend to my duties in the house of commons In my early days not only did the whole company remain united if a member Of the royal family were pres ent until the exalted personage had departed but I well recollect the application of the same rule In the case of the archbishop Howley of Canterbury THEY WORSHIP UNCLOTHED South American Indians Rave Queer Ritual Which Includes Engl- Ish Alphabet The British commissioners who have been in the interior for the demarca tion of the boundary between British Guiana met with some strange experi ences At Roraima the commissioners found King Jeremiah had a church built in which he conducted three times a day a curious service attended by all the Indians in the vicinity Jere miah In his capacity of priest robed himself in some ancient European gar ments and took up his position at the east end of the building facing the worshipers who all knelt devoutly The men occupied one side of the church and the women and children the other The worshipers unlike their priest were entirely unclothed The service consisted of counting from one to ten and saying the alphabet in English each being recited first by the priest and then repeated by the congregation Both having been gone through ten times the priest ran through a lot of names among which Jesus Christ and God frequently occurred the congregation reverently repeating these also Jeremiah cannot read or write and teaches the people nothing more than this curious ritual but evidently he has considerable authority over his people which he wields for good He possesses three wives many children and three or four houses in different parts of the country Three Sisters Mothern on Same Day A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Lynch of Morrill Kan the other day They were surprised later to hear that a daughter had been born the same day to Mr and Mrs James Stlckel of Pad donia and even more surprised when they heard of the birth of a daughteron the same day to Mr and Mrs R J Dalr at Salt Lake Mrs Shekel Mrs Lynch and Mrs Dalr are sisters tn BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster t Hair t Etc Corner Main and B Streetsspr lPhone 85 fEAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tllCDIlPOUUD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the peoplef this great section of the country d We solicit your patronage Rates reasOn- able E4upn ata Md faIOiIU4 vnStr passed 5iS folKS Eo CALItIIIIIIU oJ w itJ i 01 k nIl IIJe L Lf L j Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same andseed may seem the same but some plants are weak and strongAnd the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big andstrong while others stay smalland weak Scotts Emulsion offersan way out of the difficulty ChIldweakness often means starvation not because 6tI ck of food but because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion rcall fefcds and gives the child growing strength Whatever the cause weak grovScottsit and rignfSendScott Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St New York Soc andf ioo j all druggists GOLD IN OKLAHOMA tHEASTJBE HTTNTEBS SEARCH FOB BUBIED WEALTH Told Of in Legends But No One Has Yet Been Able to Discove Any of ItTales Rival Those of Captain Kidd Oklahoma for so many years the home of the outlaw and the desperado has her stories of burled treasure which rival in magnitude the tales of wealth burled along the Atlantic coast by Capt Kidd and other ravagers ot the Spanish main Every now and then men with modern blue prints or wellthumbed maps appear in an oth erwise peaceful community and by mysterious signs convey the Information that they have come to seek the buried treasure of fabulous wealth One of the best of these stories which many credited is that dealing with the Tres Piedras gold How much there Is supposed to have ueen has long since been lost in obscurity for It is a legend handed down by tha Catholic priests in Old Mexico It is often told how these men have kept the knowledge to themselves until by chance it was revealed to a stranger who taking up the thread has fol lowed it through and found the burial place The story Is only partly fanci ful for it is beyond question that men have at various times gone to Beaver countythe No Mans Land of the early historyand there sought the Casiaans wealth- According to the lengend a Spanish column in search of Eldorado tra versed the plains to the northeast of Mexico At a distance of every ten or 16 miles they set guide posts of stone Inscribed with the letter V When near what is now Garrett In Beaver county it was decided to bury the treasure which Is supposed to have been enormous The remaining guide posts were so planted at a distance of half a mile apart that the apex of each V pointed to a spot in the center of the circle They continued their Journey but were massacred by a band of Ins dlans Only one was able to return to Mexico where he soon after died from exposure before he could do more than give the incomplete directions needed- It is related that an effort was made to follow the train but it was lost near Santa Fe and the search was given up Recently Michael Ryan an Irishman who had lived his life among the Mexicans was found digging in A basin between Clmarron and Corrum pa rivers He admitted to the sheriff ot the county who found him at his work that he had discovered the guide posts and found the circular ring described in the legend What success he had is not known but he left one day and has never since been seeh ln the vicinity Ail the gold reported to be hurled however Is not in the western part of the territory for as the story goes there is 100000 in gold dust buried on the farm of Joe Boulanger in the leans Nation near Pawhuska rTWO coats make endurance MAMMY lumber L A Bos Wild Ride For Life Witli family around expecting him to die anil a sou riding for life IS miles to Jet Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W U Brown of Leesville Tnd ensured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderiiil medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneu moms Bronchitis Cougl8 Colds and Grip prove its matchless merits for all Throat Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles 60c and Trial bottles free at R G Stocktons drug store Ira r Elegant Home1 For SaleIi I will offer for sale privately Ihb home formerly occupied by James Tevis deceased situated near the L N 1C It depot in Richmond Ky Said place contains 5 J2 Acres of Land with a good two story frame lence of rooms In firstclass repair good cistern and all neccs3a buildings good orchard and every thing to make it a desirable plago of residence 1 4 Anyone desiring to examine the the undersigned wi ltlirt pleasure la showing same ltJQ H R TEVIS 25mvtf RICHMONDtY a BLACK MAMMY Prevents corrosion SI iron and steela tf r j j Success Clothing f 1 IS BUT ANOTHER NAME FOR I t SGHLOSS CLOTHING j It is the kind that helps you along in I the worldtt and is ever considerate of your pocket book Il Come to our Grand Opening of n Fall and Winter Woolens t the worlds choicest weavesconstituting many hundred patterns of smart fabrids from the greatITailoring House of Sclzloss ros Or Co = altimore i whose expert Cutter and Fitter will be here September 5th and 6th to take your measure and advise you as to what cloth and cut will be most becoming to you Remember the dates to rr September 5 and 6 W D OLDHAM eo 5i RICHMOND KENTUCKY I1 InDIGESTION 81 was troubled with stomach trouble Thedford Black goodintors medicine I took in YerlIRS 8ARAH Eo BHIRFIELD EUettsville Ind- ThedfcrdsBlackDraught the ac tion of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect J THIiDFO- RD5BLACKDRAW More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re ieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All 25cent druggists selJIThedfords Black Draught is the best mOOiIto regulate the bowels I have ever used MRS A M GRANT Sneadt Ferry N COflSTI PATOfl u CshTrack Y I i Paint Protection Thepractical paintersays when your house is cov ered with Patton- sSuNll0OF Paint and the paint cov ered by a 5 year you have the best possible protection to your house and purse S e555IPattons SunPi preserves nr MaTTe oi si pigments and oil with just UK right proportions of zinc aim leil Pattons ccret formula It withstands sun and rain licit anil coH twice as long as hand male Guaranteed to wear well for five years usual v lasts twice that long Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice frees to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs Geo M Willging209 W Main st next to Madison Nat Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc IAlwaysto have The hair stops falling grows long and heavy and dandruff disappears An elegantdressing iPSiErcWJSL allf ttWtt52 j9 ELDERSf iXBARGIN STORE mIp J Warm Weather Suggests 54 4 j the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as are made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevailthroughout this a- moheysuvirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with 1Al choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids a checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc A itQorded Madrasthe most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists j 1 regular 12c grade lOc i fWe are showing beautiful line of Lawns Dimities etc in all colors 5c up s Knieker Voile Suitings all the shades cheap at 25c our price 15 Jacard Voile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades loc Varigateda 5Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 25c tiBoys and Girls Stockings Specials 40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock jugs high spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 9 o worth 2c at 15c pair 40 dozen Hlcycle Stockings the iron wear kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed i 1 double heel and toes made of servlceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 25c at lile per pair Mattings 10 lE and 20c yard Carpetsl2c to 1 25 yard See our stork of Bugs Oil Cloth 20 to 750 vd Wo are showing the prettiest stock of Mens Suits at S4 03 to S10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits n IfIi Ito S3 Knee Suits SI to So Mens Shirts 25c tnl Straw Hats men and boys 68 lOc up to SI 25 Stock of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from 3Uo to iW pall Poles 8 and lOo- complet Brass extension rods 810 and 15c New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 to ij48c 40c Gowns 48c Skirts 60c Ask to see them Ladies Walking and Dress Skirts 125 to t I i tThey are beauties c tMILLINERY tAla beautiful styles The smartest creations 61 the sels n are bere and surprisingly Low Prices Shrt Waist Hats the most beautiful styles at 1 to 2 LS Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats rtad for chasing mil ked at special Low Prices to suit allpnrees Childrens School and Dress Hats FlowIJ your ers every de crIPtlon See them Bleached Pillow Cases full size and flue quality chce wearing quali tine 121 Ladles stents Handkerchiefs 5 10 and l5 ParAsols dOe to 54 95 Corsets 25e to 50 4 Shoes anti Slippers all prices Pl ture Frames 5 JO 18 25 29 and 49c Wehave received about 500 pictures from up to ceach Do not fall to see them We have only a few Jardineres left itt 55 29 31 39 and 49c 7 r 4 Respectfully Stibmitted rni IS5Si to the t I lt guaranty V Elder 4 U tutuIIm8r S 4 I rve e it I Grand Ioin Su Sale g- eeI ii eec 0 i eSSSHaving decided to quit business at once we are offering Iour entire stock of e t t BOOTSf TrLShoes oqd Gents Furnishings IIII m at Cost for Cash Only g eS hse SS k S We are determined to close out and we offer 3NCSrSE from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see i p05ior e t1 OUrself All persons owing us will please call and settleSSS tSSSSs fECRUTCIIER TRIBBLE j i SS Main Street Richmond Kentucky f 0 0 555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555S555555555555 555555 S- a eeo o e oo ooo o a8 eeo ao e B a e e F The Richmond Climax t PUBLISHED XVCRY WEDN1S8DAY B- Yjlho Climax Printing Co Incorporated 0 OHKNAULT President iI As p MILLER Bditor Manager WEDNESDAY SEPT 7 19M DEMOCRATIC TICKET t FOR- ALTON PRESIDENT Iv B PARKER of New York FOR VICE PRESIDENT Ex U S SENATOR DAVIS of West Virginia FUI ATTORNEY GENERAL OP THE UNITED STATUS OF AMERICA WM JENNINGS RllYAN of Nebraska f A WAOBK with death as its stake- sG boon made by two colored politi cians in St Louis one betting f5 on Parker tho other pledging himself to commit suicide by jumping off Fads Bridge in ease Roooevelt is defeated This Is a ewhere the foolkiller is badly needed Harrodsburg Herald THE latest metropolitan daily to tument upon the action of the CLI MX in placing the name of W J B yan for Attorney General in Presi nt Parkers cabinet is that great h piiblinaii journal the Chicago Inter Cicean It gives half a column to the tlttuuton of the editor of the CLIMAX and his assignment of Col Bryans name to the place at the head of this c iumn immediately beneath that o- fte candidate for Vice President Ttmnks to the IntorOoean and also j to the Louisville Herald whose lengthy comment we reprinted July- l I Elsewhere we reprint the Inter vOeoans editorial under the caption Aa Indiscreet Edit We will ap fejiroolato a perusal of the article and rtist our readers will recall our re pyiinor to the Herald article to the rffoot that the Republioampress is t trying to create the impression that tParker and Davis are backed by the mtrusts and that those gigantic corpo c Hons willcontrol the country if E jkor is elected Whereas if Mr JMJryan should be appointed Attorney teUoneralhe would make it so hot for those illegal organizations that the t Browers Wood Mantel f Sale We Have Concluded v to go out of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering liour large stock of Mantels pfTiles and Grates at cost t tTEach Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile Tand grater of We offer these goods for Immediate acceptance andad fVlse that you callas early as Impossible and make your selec ifion LJ Cash ONLY No periodi leal tickets will be taken c1i BroerCo11xe1- usiveE Sole Agents JT JLKJ BROADWAY LMqTQ Jry 0 u u ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite L A Depot TELEPHONE 425 We ore authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party whole country would perceive that the Democratic party really as the partyof the people and not of the handful of Wall Streeters who controlled every presidential election in the past two decade9IYes Give us Bryan for Attorney General and we guarantee an admin istration of justice in that department that will make the next four years the most illustrious in the history of the great office that has so long been filled by corporation attorneys Farmers all praise it BLACK MAMMY t Paint JI Stomach Dosing will not Cure Only way to Cute Catarrh Isby Breathlaj Hyome Ask any physician it catarrh is a blood disease and he will tell you that it is a diseased condition of the mucous membrane and that it can not be cured by blood purifiers pills tablets or other forms of stomach dosing The onlv sensible and scientific way of cur ing catarrh is by the use of Hyomei Breathed for a few minutes four or five times a day through a hard rub ber inhaler that Is so small that it can be carried in the vest pocket Hvomei will absolutely destroy all catnrrl al germs and cure the disease Catanh can never exist where Hyomei is used It has a twofold action destroying the disease germs in the air passages anti lungs and soothing and healing the inflamed mucous membrane B L Melton one of the most ro givlnghisage of Hyotnel he sells that it will effect a cure or he will return the money He has had scores of reports of remarkable cures of both acute and HyomeiTheand comprises an inhaler a bottle of Hyomel anda dropper The inhaler will last a life time and additional bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for floe Ready mixed reliable mixture BLACK MAMMY Red Mens fair The much looked forward to Red Mens Fair and Carnival will be in full blast next week beginning on Monday the 12b and continuing to and includ iugtbe 17ih One of the best carnival companies on the road will be here and everything bids lair for a gala week The paint that never peels ck BLACK MAMMY Fltrdaj Kidney Tabs Faultv kidney work bring on that large of human miseries of which rheumatism lumbago gout neuralgia sciatica are well ktiown members DeBellaKidney Pills cure invariable arid finely They have never failed yet There can be no loubt no usingDeBellsdiseases oa de ForwleJbrfi An Indiscreet Editor Chicago InterOcean August 79 The editor of the Richmond Ky CLuiXx is a Democrat who can hardly expect to be appointed postmaster in case the Hon Alton Brooks Parker should chanco to become tenant of the White House He has committed an indiscretion which must cause the breezes that blow from Roscmount in his direction to resemble those of AlaskaIn accordance with the good old custom still observed by many rural newspapers this Kentucky editor has nailed his colors to the mast The trouble is that he has hoisted too many flags lIe has not been content with putting at the head of his paper For President Alton B Parker of New York For Vice PresidentEx United States Senator Davis of West Virginia He has added to these a third name thus For Attorney General of the United States of America WM JENNINGS BEYAN of Nebrask- aNotwithstanding Mr Bryans sud den softening of temper toward Judge Parker after he had conferred with the latters representatives at St Louis there is no absolute proof that this suggestion that Mr Bryan would make an ideal Attorney General means anything except that the Blue Grass editor admires Mr Bryan Nevertheless even the suggestion of Mr Bryan for that particular post must be chilling to the ardor of some of Judge Parkers strongest support ors Judge Parker declared it may be remembered that all that was needed to curb trust evils was greater activity of public prosecutors in enforcing existing laws Among these are pro visions for criminal penalties for ma kers and managers of trusts Mr Bryans favorite prescription for trust evils it may also be remembered is not bills in equity and restraining orders against such corporations but is to send the heads of the corporations to thd penitentiary Here is a parallelism of thought between Judge Parker and Mr Bryan which the Kentucky editor perhaps unconsciously has perceived and expressed with an absence of discretion that must be disturbing to the equa nimity of some of the foremost minds of Wall street The bare suggestion that Mr Bryan might be made head of the legal de partment of a Democratic a4ministra tion is enough to cause all tho golden sources on which Chairman Taggart has been counting for fertilizing streams to freeze up with a solidity to which that of the bung in the Hon Henry Gassaway Davis barrel would be as soft as rubber to cool steel When the ideas that have percolated from St Louis to the Blue Grass become known in New York there will have to be many explanations and as surances before can be allayed the alarm that must be caused by the sug gestion made by this indiscreet Democratic editor Be sure to come in next week and attend the fair and bring your uncles and your cousins and your aunts 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 eon diLlon of the mucous lining of the enetachlan tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperlect hearing and whea it Is en tirely closed deafness Is the remit and unless the inflammation call be ItsnMmal 1ciuiaetlhut an Inflamed condition of the nu cons services DollareforHalsOatarrh oSMtiJt u liii iIiu PERSONAL Mr W S Moberley is at tke St Louis FairIMr Robert Winn of Estill county was hero Monday Miss Helen Duncan is visiting Miss Gtace Hargla at Irvine Mr Sim Hamilton of Wlsemantown Estill county was here Monday Miss Mamie Miller Woods Is at home from Crab Orchard Springs Mrs Lula Parribh Davis of Camp bellsville is visiting relatives here Mr John A Dodds of Chattanooga was a guest last week of Miss May Ballard Miss Hattie Dickerson of Louisville is the guest of her brother Mr M M Lee Smitha and Stewart Jones of Fayette county weie here courtdayMrs Watts of Chilesburg is the guest of her daughter Mrs H M Blanton Mr Arthur Akers has been spending a few days with his mother Mrs Clara Akers Mr and Mrs Lee Todd of Winches ter are visiting Mr and Mrs George B Todd at SpeedwelL Miss Gertrude Rymell has returned from a pleasant visit to her uncle Mr Reid Cornelison at Waco Mr and Mrs Elmer Deatherage have returned from a visit to Kansas City and the Worlds Fair Mrs J W Zaring has returned from Carlisle accompanied by her daughter Mrs John Allen Mrs Charles Crooke of Danville has been visiting her mother Mrs William Crowe on Oak street Mrs C C Wallace and son William and Mrs William Luxon Jr are at home from the Worlds FairIMrs Ella Farley has gone to Chicago and Cincinnati to select her falland winter stock of millinery Mrs Nelson P Gay and children of Clark county are visiting Mr and Mrs T D Chenault near town Misses Belle and Sallie Shearer of White Hall have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Stanford Mrs C Eo Smith and Miss Florrie Smith have returned to Lexington after having spent part of the summer hereDr J L Weber of Winchester wil till the pulpit of the M E Church South on next Sunday morning All are invited to hear him Mr and Mrs Cabell H Chenault have returned to their home in New Mexico after having spent the sum mer with relatives here Miss Kate Schmidt has returned from Cincinnati where she spent all of last week purchasing her fall and winter stock of millinery Mr E G Parrish and family left this morning for Pans to reside The very best wishes of hosts of friends follow them to their new home Miss Mary Ward ot Waco entertained last Wednesday night in honor of Miss Gertrude Rymell of this city and Mr Will Galbraith of Lexington Professor C R Adams of Chicago spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr Theyare now visiting relatives in the county Mr Hanson Thomas the bright young son of Mr and Mrs W R Thomas of Estill Springs has entered Walters Institute for the present termMiss Bessie Richardson of Delta La who has for the past three weeks been visiting her uncles Messrs H- andH R W Colyer returned home last Thursday Mr S L Midkiff is at home from Swango Springs much improved in health which will be gratifying news to the many friends of this splendid gentleman andcitizen Mr and Mrs P F Adams Jr left Monday morning for Lawerenceburg where they will spend the month of September Mr Adams is assigned to revenue duty at the Cedar Brook distllleiy in Anderson county Mr antI Mrs Raymond Shearer Sr of Brookatown are visiting their son Mr J W Shearer Mr Shearer is 91 years old while his wife is 80 They are still hale and hearty and are much beloved bya large circle of friendsMisses Virginia Sewell and Julia Mahone returned Saturday from an extended visit with friends in Rich mond and Madison county During their stay Miss Anna Forbes gave a lawn party in their honor and Miss Emily White entertained for them at progressive euchre Win cheater DemocratA caller at this office Mon day was Mr E C Park of Irvine Ky Mr Park is a gifted writer and has in time past been engaged- in newspaper work He is one of Ir vines most respected citizens and is at all times a welcome visitor here whore he has many friends andac quaintances Mr Louis P Pigg brother of our well known fellowcitizen Mi W W Plgg is in town but leaves soon for his home at Kansas City He left here in1869 returned three timestho last previous to this being eleven years ego He is a living image pf the late lamented Col J Sonle Smith the Immortal Falcon who wrote himself into the hearts of all true Kentucklans Rev J K Smith cf Little Rock Arkansas has been here mingling with old friends and acquaintances He is the former wellknown and well belcved pastor of the First Presbyttr ian church Refilled his old pulpit Sunday morning and was heard by an unusually large crowd His text He drew tkem with tke Cords oft man with bands of love furnished foundation for a magnificent sermon which was delivered ia ids own earn est style No More beloved pastor ever loft Richmond than Brother Smith and Ids visit eieJtas beea a source pf deepest pleasure to hII many friends William Mellon end ifeJilLN Naa 8M Norris Mta Kebeea Mwr V 4Ig ftlpMftMfe ti rt i HERE AGASNI Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter pnly the best Cattle Sheep and Ho2s that can be fMy stock ot Cured f meatsi-s purchased with the greatest care and has always given Serf ect satisfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing desire now to state that T have every facility for this work and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kindsof Produce Give mea trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John Allnrmn Main StreetMcKee corner t Telephone 113 Ayers Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion sub CherryPectoral dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine We hays used Aeri Cherry Pectoral In lonEtroublesMBS A POMEROT Appleton Minn SOc5100 J ATzn All dfligg1Df forLowell Ma Weak Throats recoveryPurely Miss Cricket Terrell and Messrs Robert and Walter Corn eliso n Mr Grover Grinstead G W Ginter Bob Bush James Harris and son and daughter Miss Lenr Taylor Mr Bnrrell Moore John Burton Mr and Mrs Mike Millar Mrs Grace Bonny Mr and Mrs Sim Turpin Mr and Mrs W W Combs Mr John Wallice Mr Parke Mr Charles Berryman and sisters M is sea Lola and Mary Miss Hassle Hackett M B Hill Melvin Jack son Messrs Younger Reed and John Norris J L Combs and Messrs James and Will Black The above party all from the Waco localityexcept Mr Wallace and Mr Parke who are from Irvineleft yesterday fern visit to the Worlds fair Public Sale OF Stock Crop and Farming ImplementsH- aving sold the farm we will offer at publio sale on the James B Miller farm situated on Silver Creek eight miles south of Richmond Ky at 9 oclock a mon Wednesday Sept 28 the following described property Sir head 2 yearold steers 10 head 1 year old steers 2 head 1 year old heifers 4 head of good calves 1 extra bull calf 3 extra milch cows 17 head of registered Herefords headed by Acrobat the 5th 121239 he by Acrobat 6S1CO owned and sold by Giltner Bros of Eminence Ky for nine thousand C9000 Six of these cows are wife in calf to this grand young sire and threeothers have calves by their side This little herd consists of firstclass stuff and all in good condi tion The entire herd can be bought at anytime prior to the sale Pedigrees furnished on application Anxiety and Wilton blood is predominant 1 pair work mules 2 extra jennets one due to foal 1 pair extra 2yearold mules 2 brood mares 3yearold mare in foal to jack 1 lyearold filly by Haxhall 1 pair 3yearold extra draft horses Also our fine 4yearold combined stall ion Richkin 1871 A S H R by Curtis Squirrel full brother to Cerro Gordoj dam Lee by Old Peavine the horse lisa size quality breeding and action and more speed either at rack or trot than almost any other horse As a sire we think he has few equals One of his first crop of colts won the 100 premium at the Kirksville fair this year over a ring of 17 entries 20 head hogs 80 acres of corn and fodder 25 tons extra timothy hay in bale 6 tons extra clover hay a lot of sheaf oats and millet farming implements consisting of 2 2 horse wagons 1 soring wagon 1 Frazier road cart 1 dumpcart and harness 1 Hoosier grain drill 1 bay loader 1 Disc Harrow 1 Keif Binder I mowing machine 2 hay rakes harrows plows lorks hoes etc 1 set blacksmith tools 1 new cutting box either hand or power 2 corn shollors I corn planter check row and drill attachment 1 prairie State incubator and 200 chicken brooder Terms made known on day ot sale Arbuckle Letcher KIRKSVILLE KY Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer Farm For Rent I desire to rent privately my farm four miles north of Kirksville for the year 1905 The farm contains 130 Acresten acres for tobacco about 30 acres for corn 30 acres for small grain and the remainder in grass On this land is a nice residence tenant house and new tobacco barn and other necessary outbuildings and Is well watered Possession given January 1 with privilege of sowing small gram Mrs Richard Clark 7septf COTTON BU KG KY PublicSaleWe at Public Sale the hone place of the late WOT Hajran deceased lying on the waters of tllver Creek on TnuraQJ tem n 1Q AT 10 OCLOCK A M The farm contains 160 arsres more or less about 80 acres bottom land and is In grass The balance is up land and is in a high state of cutivation and has an abundance of fresh running water the year round This property is six miles from Richmond 3 miles front publiefree mail delivery along said pike On stonereshdence outbtitdingaFheand then as a whole toe best bid being accepted At Same Time and will sell the following horseIertyi 2 Inul a 1 7yearold 4yearold combined horse Yearling mare harness horse 3 cows all giving steersIOW8re n i rrajn ilfl lela Terms will be BMda kwa RtiiYQlsate Ky rrotLahettr Ky iirrtlt3kr i Roger Williams Cigars Frasa TIres The celebrated Star fruit tin can only 40c per dozen at The Racket Store aUg3tl Suit Brattun Farmers test JBfack Mammy Its excellence proved by a test t jfi Red Mens Street Fair and Septemberj2 shows 4 free attractions each day Hay tau Can Be Cared All druggists are authorized by th manufacturers of Bniinens Catarru Cure to refund the money where it fails to cure any case of Hay Fever no mat ter of how long standing One application gives ease and rest BnnsenV Catarrh Cure is a new dipcovery it is the only hey fever remedy sold on a positive Guarantee Ue it for your Catarrh No cure no pay For sale by B 1 Middelton sept Reward For Watch A liberal reward for my watch lost at fire Open filled case box hinge my initials E E W in monogram on back Leave at Lanes Jewelry Store Alain St opposite Court House Edward E Weaver Bucklens Arnica Salve has worldwide fame tor marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm tor Cuts Corns Burns Boils SoreS Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hand Skin Eruptions in fallible for Plies Cure Guaranteed Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store 1m 1 Tile Sotitt I desire to say to the people of Madison county that I have sold my saloon on First Street to Bronnton Brothers anywaysame street just below Mike Enrights old stand rind I am now ready to accommodate inv customers Please call and see me Respt ljan05 W M CBEEEMOUE 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- Ing and all necessary outbuildings acd is well watered The soil is as fertile as can be found in Madison county For further particulars call on or address Jas Me Bronston 17dtt Richmond Ky Public Sale of LandtStock Crop Turpindeceasedon the premises on the waters of Mud dy Creek Madison Ky one mile from Doylesville at 9 oclocka m on Tuesday Sept 20 04 the following property TRACt ONE goodlandland the balance in grass This farm MarsaretNolandwatered and in a fine state of cultivation TRACT TWO is known as the home place and con talus 166 lft Seres This proper ty adjoins Tract No 1 and on the premises is a good residence barns and all other necessary outbuildings most of this land is in grass and is well watered TRACT THREE adjoins Tract No 2 and the farm of David Chenault and contains 208 Acres 35 acres of which is creek bottom land the balance is in grass with some nice timber thereon and is also well watered At the same time and place the fol lowing stock will besld 3 good mules 1 brood mare six years old an extra good saddle horse 5 cows and calves C two year old steers 2 yearling steers 1 yearling lieifer 12 hogs and all kinds of poultry about 300 barrels of corn at heap 500 shocks of fodder 4 stacks of hay and 1 stack of straw 1 twohorse wagon and harness phaeton and harness 1 two horse con planter mowing machine cultivator tnrn plow double shovels plows and many other articles too numerous to mention Household ltflI kitchen furniture Terms which will he liberal will He made known on day of sale For fur therpartioulars call on or address Robt Turpin Doylesville I J A and ROBT TURPIN Administrator Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer 24a4t Tie tomorrow has spoiled many a prom islnjj career Open that ac count with us today State 9 Trust Bank iCo lJr 1 M7I7IY JUST RECEIVED 1 ft IE OUR SWEEP = OUT SALE IS OVER but we will continue to sell Low Shoes at reduced prices See our 4 Bargain Counter of Shoes and Oxfords s150 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for 79c 99c and 149 4 Our New Line Hats ttp t Ir eWehavoall the =novelties 1the right the the things ro Rice and Arnold E + THE ONE PRICE HOUSE L W 7Iffi lffi7Z 7F71711m 71 ESTILL SPRINGS Gives you almost at your door all the advantages to derived from far more costly summer resorts thousands of miles away It offers Most Beautiful Scenery Refreshing and Medicinal Waters Sulphur Baths The Best of Cooks r Finest Ball Room in the StateTSplendid Music and the society the most charming people in Kentucky and adjoining States The season is now at its height SEPTEMBER is coming to be of the most popular months at the Springs Special rates are madeafter September first and more and more guests avail themselves of this each year For further information address THE ESTILL SPRINGS CO INCORPORATED W THOMAS Manager IRVINE KY The Truth About Black Mammy Paint This particular is a scientifically prepared compound accurately and properly mixed In this mixture is the secret of BLACK MAMMY It wears from 3 to 5 years longer than any other paint sold for an equal price A paint not damaged by heatit does not run off during the season Cold does not harm ita against fire No weather will it to crack scale or BLACK MAMMY sticks together and to the painted wearing out only by the natural damaging effect of the climate Being it will expand and contract with changes of the weather or to sudden exposures of extreme heat or BLACK MAMMY is the only paint manu factured meeting all reasonable expectations of the con- sUmer This statement is made after careful consideration and examination of other paints on the market Anyone desiring to more about the merits ofBLACK MAMMY is kindly requested to call and let us tell you more about it Geo M Willging Richmond Kentucky Four Tons of nutritious hay per acre can be Lobtained from The Lineal Winter and Spring pas turo crop besides being tho largest Vleldine forage crop for Fall sowing lA full description wtU be found In out Ff t Fall GatMtogao Mo SS Also descriptions of Winter Turf Oats Dyed Essex Ripe 1000 Headed Kale Barter Implored Seed Wheats Alfalfa Grata Ctorer Seeds Vegetable Seeds etc Gw tradeBerk braid Bteo Rlfcfcoa Seeds re the McbMt vwHtr taIabIc WIL STUMS ce- LOUISVILLE s KY For Sale House sad lot OB Seeoad street op posite public school Lot fronts 60 ft and extends beck 200 f t House con talus six large ro sawdtwo halls Good cistern yard hydrant and nil necessaryautbiildiags This Is QII- O9ftbeJUOst ponenleRtlrloeatoll rest denoog in or anti tetteali at Neideace E G Parmfe I halt ad If c d Fall Fl1li of i latest in sod and stiff hats prices are Come in and bo among first to wear now REAL be of one R paint heated proof cause peel article elastic cold all know paint rrIf you Love your Wife P Dont Roast Her L Buy her a Gas Range This Is no Joke J a m Chopping wood for Jbreakfast 7 a m Trvingto nurse the firethe kindling wet news Jt9 a in A cold bite Nothing hot for tile days work Still no breakfast 10am Bluer than a wliPtstohi What is the remedy A It Detroit Jewel ias Range The Raven whispers only that and nothing more 1lam work lost Off for Gas Office t 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the large stock displayed 1 p m Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory Purchase made at carload cost prices No charge for piping 2 p in Range on the way to tne home no delay settingtRange tiptodate Street service and piping nearly finish Com cpmpushing the installation Work completed with light over stove for early Iildlate 5 p m Full instructions and liemonMrattnns given with a fiijj line of printed instructions with a large afHOrtmnnt oteriokingreceipta 6 m Afull and perfectly cooked home meal piping hqtfromV thqop ppperanti lower oveni all conipiete at the same timcNow- alting With peace end happiness prevliltn with tho event tmbkeand romp with the ones c Richmond Water Light Co e5 ro J WEEKIc fjr 1ti r An Opportunity tt In order to reduce our stock we will until September 1make special prices on anything in our large Vehicle stock Dont fato see our 65 and t75 Buggies J they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone kcXv eaTTat1 OOTcs IeJKYe3 Cts12o Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE IB FRE- SffGroceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flnur Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can 1 he Pichmond Climax Wi VKSDAY SEP 7 1904 1luet Flour Frasa BrosI Chester is to have a candy K Smiths celebrated Kanawba sold only by L R BUnton tf Nice twoMOry residence on one of HO 01 the residence streets of Rihnxmd NIee Yard garden and sary oulbBtWIogs Great bargain- i i M B Parrish School of Pnon IIohilon Building Laest in in Positions secured lor pupils if big street parade of The Great T Minstrel will take place Satur cning at 4 oclock p m lesire to sell privately my house a o on High street Residence new v mlern improvements UIMrs Oliid Karr viiiiue our elegant display of js Buggies etc before making t hasc We are selling vehicles at st possible prices Richruotnl Carriage Vorks- MidkifTPropS L ymi know Boquet Flour won awards at the Central Ken iiins this summer over all rom r JoIIIR Bros Sole Agents honelH5 27 W Main St + + + 4 ++ + ++ ++ ++++ + + +++ + ++4 1 Geo M Willging t t supplies your paint t wants with j- t BLACK MAMMY t+ 4 H4+44 +44 + 4 ++ iiviis parties to the Great Adam l1rIanh and Sells Brothhers con- srolidat1 menageries circuses and hip poTintiifK are elsewhere proving the jollies social s nsation of the season and for olpctrtfyine sights merry inter ludes and unconventional enjoyment put theatrical olitoS in total eclipse The daily parade of the Great Fore paujrh and Sells Brothers United Shows is msle historically interesting by Hi introduction of reprentatives of th heroes in all our countrys wars coBtmued armed and equlpded as Washington Scott Taylor Jackson Grant Lee Miles Paul Jones Decatur taraiut and DeVey saw them gxxl pla e to room when visiting t Worlds Fair is wish John HCor i ivn 4522 Delniar Boulevard a fMinT Madison county boy and a iuTinlaw of Mr Ben Banks lIe vii several residences near the Fair HIR rate u75c per day including hot bii ti iiil all conveniences Take 18th fcnpff tar going north at Untun Station anl transfer to Delmar car on Wash itiuon and get off at 0lmr lioiluvard nnl Taylor avenue Write him when you arc coming 32t Something to t When you t have nice- CIothes why ruin the effect with inferior Laundry Have your Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundrled by the Laundry in Ky The MN Laundry Z T RICE Agt WOfflceBce Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeLaundry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdays returning on Thursdays and Satnrday Tim Lakes was given ten days and S25inJndge Rices court Monday for carrying concealed weapons Seed Rye For Sale Embry Arbtickle Richmond Ky Phone 227a 17a4t tor Sale A nice two story frame residence in Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddns Panola Ky 7sp 4m Free rtBtlli Kidney Fills Out this out and get a fullsize box of DeBells Kidney Pills absolutely free Delay may mean death Deltells Kidney Pills will cure you Send at once to C W Beges Sons Go Sta lon C Chicago 111 This offer is good for 30 days only For sale by B L Middelton sept Lhorch Seats tor Sale I have for sale twenty church seats twelve feet long Will sell as a whole or separately to suit purchaser JaB on or address M F AnunClvLE 1m Silver Creek Ky rr Th IIKnow profit its Mammy many by it meritsI JFree Wcingatten Bros of New York will give a free attraction in McKees large show window beginning the night of September 8 and continnlnl lIe week Dont let anyone miss itOwen McKee Lost Somewhere in Richmond on Thursday last a green leather purse Inside of purse were calling cars with my name thereon as well as more than S20 in money Finder return same to James Arbuokle this city and receive reward It Mrs R R Winkler Notice Your city taxes for 1904 are due and in rnv hands for collection You are kindly requested to call and settle All those that are not paidon or before November 1 1004 the penalty prescrib ed by ordinance attached Office at City Hall 24a4t T C ONeil Colleector 14 Polar Bears Before contemplating challenging the management ol the Great Forepaugh and Sells Brothers United Shows to a game of freezeout here on Wednes day eptember 21 It may be well to remember that they just added to their double zoological collection a whole Arctic menagerie in the ferocious and fearsome shape ol fourteen living full grown Polar Bears Heretoforea sinS gle specimenbig or littleof this solitary and untamable species has heen carded as among the rarest of features The cost and trouble Involved in collecting fourteen of these only North Pole discoverers a greater number than even any Arctic explorer ever saw together at one timewould make an Ice Trust magnate gasp and Ben perspire They are a feature anti tire biggest kind of a one No doubt about that BATH is always no interesting subject aSpecialty wn en SIvouhuiow where to find such W nave evehything tJ ill season in the grooeiy line Jc I jGreen Vegetables all kinds of Canned Goods Fruits Candies d in fact everything thatcan b6 found in a first class roceryVe call special attention tcfour line JV of SEEDS We handle all kinds of tJ FIELD AND GARDENSEEDS GIVE US A CALL l Harbor rupely Successors to E Deatherage Co IeJC c Cocnty Court Day An unusually large crowd was present Monday county court day Madison Stock Yards report 800 cattle which brought from 2J to 4c 1500 sheep at S2 150 hogs at 5c and mules selling at from 75 to 150 Everything was rather dull except mules and hogs Tales luck Baptist Association The Tates Creek Baptist Association composed of the counties of Madison Garrard Boyle Lincoln and Jessamine convened last week at Bnnkeye Gar rard county The session lasted three days and was attended by immense crowds Quite a number of prominent Baptist ministers from various sections in Kentucky were in attendance Good Fatra Sold The farm belonging to Mrs Myriam Yates and located near Speedwell was sold last week to Mr Collins Yates and Mrs William Bates Cob D W Tnb ble was auctioneer and secured good prices for everything sold The farm of 270 acres brought S30 per acre Horses sold at from 40 to 76i cows 22 to 35 sheep S335 per head and one mule colt brought S50 Are YOU coming to the FAIR Strbasly Injured Bradley Mullins son of DeptUty U S Marshal John Mullins is a patient at the P A O Infirmary as the result of injuries received by being struck by a train at Ft Estill Young Mullins in company with some friends was wait ing at the above named station far a south bound train Growing tired ho thought he would rest on the track but soon fell asleep and was struck bv the train He received broken thigh and his left leg wits broken in throe plaiPS besides being otherwise injured He was brought to the city where he is re ceiving every attention New Rural Route No2 It will be gratifying news to know that Madison county line a new rural free delivery route which was started the first of the present month Mr Robert Hurst is the carrier and his route goes out the Lancaster pike crosses over to Peytontown thence to the Big Hill pike The route covers 24J miles and serves 556 people We are glad indeed to no e this of pro- gresSion in our county It has long Iheen our desire to see many rural routes going out in different sections Let others be established and let Madi son keep up in this march of progression with neighboring counties that have any number of rural routes A Pleasant MemoryIPerhnps one of ever assembled in was last Wednesday the occasion being John Robinsons big circus As early as Tuesday people from the surrounding counties began to arrive and early Wednesday morning the streets were literally alive The crowd was esti mated at OU00 Promptly ntl030 a m the monster parade started and fur nlehed one of the most gorgeous street pagaents ever witnessed here Two performances were given under the mammoth tents and both were enjoyed by immense audiences The menagerie department was especially good and many rare animals were viewed The different features from the grand entrv to the closing concert were all good but especial mention should he made of the wonderfully trained elephants Such a show as John Robinsons la a treat in the fullest sense ot the word and their return to our city will be heralded with delight at any Iformallythe court house MrW R ford made an earnest speech in behalf of the Democratic party and during the progress of his speech made some happy hits as to his own candidacy lor the office of County Attorney Mr Harris Crooke who is a candidate for the same office made an excellent talk and kept the crowd much intereste The third speaker w s Judge John C Chenanlt The Democrats who heard him state that it cost 30000 more to run Madison county last year than it cost under his administration wer surprised and he further state- dthatlO0O0atu8ed In improving the rear of the court house during the last rear of his term otherwise he would have run the county for 40000 less than it cost to run it last year Judge Olmiiault declared that he would with draw from the race if his assertions Were not abSolutely true and shown by l the county records You will miss the fun of youihife if you Jail to attend the Red Meal far next wak i FAL1I1NLST1LESHere ready for your inspection These hats are straight from the great factories of r Mundheim Roelofs Hedden Youmans and Stetsons nqthey represent the very newest ideas in ments headwear for fall and winter v Our variety to select from is much the largest in Richmond while our qualify is guaranteed absolutely the best Prices run JOO 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 07 1 COVINGTON BANKS Outfitters for MenandBoys j Thonsatds for Berea College Dr D K Pearsons a millionaire of Chicago who has already given 100000 to Berea College has given a complete water works system to the same insti then This system will cost 38000 Berea College owns several hundred acres of timberland on which are locat el a number of fine springs These springs are about five miles from the College and surveyors hae found them to be 200 feet or more above the College The water works system will work with gravity pressure and will deliver an abundanceof pure water Dr Pearsons who has already done so much for Berea College believes in Kentucky especially in her mountain people for whom bis gifts are chiefly ade The water from these springs has been analyzed and has been found to be exceptionally pure and there is an abundant supply This new gift of Dr Pearson means much for the future growth and welfare of the College As good as new for five yearst BLACK MAMMY Paint One Dollar will bring to your address for the next 12 months both Climax and the Weekly Courier Journal Such and unprecedented oiler has never been made to the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties and coming as it does on the eve of one of the most heated campaigns ever waged in Anerica should reward the Climax with hundreds of new sub scribers siQoI Old subscribers can tak advantage of this offer by paying up arrears and one year in advance Dont delay but send or bring your order for these papers to the Climax Prtg Co Richmond Ky EstlU Sprint No seas of the yeaa is more beau tiful at Estill Springs than fall with ltd fresh Invigorating days There is no place so conducive to energy and a gen eral bracing up of the system as this famous old place The past season has been an unusually delightful one and Mr W E Thomas whose very per sonality is a synonym for all that is upright and noble in a man intends to make the remainder of the season even more delightful Guests at Estill Springs receive such a genuine hearty welcome at this hands of the genial manager andhjs accomplished wife that they feel from The start that it is good to be there Tim pen of a poet and the brush of an artist are needed to del scribe and picture the beauties of Estill Springs and the country round about Lovers of nature are moved lo the very dpth of their souls by the gntnduer and beauty f the place All kindfe of ga mil are afforded the guests ad tle- dayaand evenings pass all too quickly For Tales lor the jail season addreifi SVB1haaIvlnj Bouqetr Flow fiww Broe c i g iti Sensational Proceeding in City Council City Attorney Neglects an Opportunity to Enforce tke Liw The proceedings of the City Council were enlivened mat Thursday nicrbt by an incident that has evoked no little comment from the citizens of the com munity and the City Attorney Mr J Talbot Jackson has come In for no small share of criticism for what is alleged to have been a flagrant exhibition of neglect of duty As the paid representative of the law abiding tax pavers of Richmond it was his duty to take an entirely dltrerentposition from that ho occupied on this occasion so it is generally admitted i otherwise the question is currently asked What is the City Attorney for to prosecute of fenders against the law or to counsel how to evade or hurtfully postpone Its enforcement Tire above question suggested itself no doubt by the way the City Attorney conducted a mot important matter iu the Council last Thursday whereby a longsought opportunity was lost for the punishment of violators of the new ordinance against selling of liquors on SabbathWith knowledge of the trial and violl1tiugthis plaindutyopen session that such violation bad been committed instead of indifferent leaving such a matter to members of the Council to report It is claimed that when Mr Jackson succeeded in convicting Mr Tevis of violation ol the aforesaid ordinance it was none other than his duty to officially notify the Council lie knew for a positive certainty that the subject would be taken up But instead of his producing the court records or at least volunteering the information which he rave to the otner sidethat such records were requisite before the Council could revoke the license of the offender he failed to report any such violation per mitting such report to be made by a member of the Council When said re port was made by the writer the Man r properly ruled that no action could hi taken without the court records an right there the City Attorney comes in it is claimed for his share of the criticism for the records he said were permissiontocil adjourned A D MILLER Member of Council REGISTERS REPORT OF nixINCIDENT rhat our readers may obtain a hislorY of the ordinance referred to WEt append the following report of the Council proceedings as printed in Fri days Register which is with the exception of its reference to Capt Allman who was not shirking his duty as might be inferred from the Registers necessarily hastily written report- A motion was made by Mr Miller that inasmuch as the saloon of W VI levis was proven to have been open on last Sunday in accordance with the clause recently inserted in the saloon binds his license be thereby revoked In this connection we might narrate the history of this matter for the bene fit of our readers A few months ago the Thief of Police complained to the councilmen both privately and in public session that a groat deal of whiskey was being sold on Sunday ami that much disorder was the result In order therefore to aid the police in maintaining order the Council made the selling of liquor by the saloons on Sunday an offense subject to revocation of Hscense the penalty having previously been only a fine But in spite new law whhy was apparently sold as much as ever on Sun day and when the drunks were tried they refused to tell where they bought their whiskey However a stranger was tried in the Police court last Mon day and stated that he had been in the saloon of W W Tevifl the Sunday previous The Chief of Police then had the necessary evidence and noti fled the councilmen that he would serve notice to that effect at the meet lug of last Thursday night When the time arrived however neither the City Attorney nor the Chief ofPolice both of whom were present the trial in which te evidence agaiMt the saloon was secured gave any Vetimonv of that nature br Miller thereupon made the motion cltod above himself which was promptly iutedwt of order by the Mayor in which copleatlon lit was sustained by the City iAtt6rneya8 BO Botice of the ease had jie yet been ser d Upon the council rbM ruling VM correct and tM XaotlIOt tc bUw but t4 the 1aimf u Iat il i eS1entwas a opportunity lost to enforce the law and establish a precedent and the acUon of the two officials whose duty it was to make the necessary atJatlavlt is caus big comment Mr Miller to show the will of the council thou moved that a record of the motion be spread on the minutes in which all the councilmen concurred thus showing their unan mimity on this question BIRTHS BLANTON To the wife of Harry M Blanton the popular dentist on Aug 30 1004 a tenpound son named for his maternal grandfather William Watts The latter is one of the foremost citi zeus of Fayette county his wife being a sister of Mrs T D Chenanlt Sr of this county As Miss Ella Chenault she was one of the belles of Madison county Mrs Blanton nee Ethel Watts is one of the loveliest young women that ever came to make Madi son her home It is with sincere rr gard that the CLIMAX extends its congratulations to the young parents upon the advent of their firstb rn In the language of Rip Van Winkle May you all live long and pros- perDIATI1 SMILEY Mr Robert Smiley of the Moberly locality died Saturday night after an illness of two weeks ills re mains were interred Sunday in the fam ily burying ground Deceased was fifty years old and is survived by a wife and six children He was widely related in the county and was a highly respected citizen FANTW S Fant President of the Farmers Bank at Flemingsburg died last Friday after a lingering illness of a complication of diseases He was aged 79 years and was the wealthiest man in Eastern Kentucky his estate being es timated at half a million dollars Mr Fant was connected with many enter prises In Kentucky and has for years been a leading figure in the business world in his section He was the owner of three of the leading flour mills in the State and was an extensive land owner He leayes three children Nelson Wm Jr and Miss Ollie Fant His death is a distinct loss to the Busi interest of this section of the State t The r Walters SchoolN- ext l Term Begins i Tuesday September 6 1904 lASeT B TTtPrinI Richmond Ky AnotacatsIlode Cheaatilts List of There will be public speakintr byI John G Chenanlt for County Judge Union City Thursday SeptSlt 10 a m at Doylsville m College Hill FridaySepL Oi at 10 in at Waco2pm- Panoia Saturday Sept 10 at 10 a m at Dreyfus or Bearwallow at 2p m There will be speaking itother points In the county next week which be announced later Judge N B Tur pin ilreqll tedtobe present taU these appointments I have matters great importance to coinmuacate to the Democratic voter and I triwt they will eom otit at the appointed times Mid give mea fttifent hearing J C CHENAULt iit08ee tw 1tjWt 1f iof The GrtJferldw JlIeIwi ftl day ev ai t t oclock p d u i Held Over Without flaiL For the second time within a week a manslayer has been held over without bail by Judge Evans to await the action of the circuit court Jerry Noland who killed his soninlaw Green Gentry a few days ago was brought before Judge Evans Tuesday morning for examination The Commonwealth was repre sented by County Attorney Sam Jeffries and the defendant by J11 Stevenson of this city and Judge John Chenault of Madison county A large delegation of Madison friends were here in his behalf and did all they could for him The proof made out a strong case against him however and while his attorneys made a strong appeal for bail Jndge Evans very properly remanded him without bail Among those who came over on the morning train from Richmond Tuesday to attend the trialof Jerry Noland were Attorneys JG and D M Chenault J Tevis Cobb and James Noland J W Bales 1 P Evans Jno F Wagers Mike Baxter Thomas M Oldham Jos West Stephen Green Cyrus Baxter Win QJds Chas Jack son Dee Bush and Geo Noland Win chester Democrat Farm For Rent The Gilbert farm on Muddy Creek six miles from Richmond containing four hundred acres torrent for a year or term of years Will also take in stocktograze this fall Grass and water good toW 0 Chenault 24a4t Moberly Ky Roger Williams Cigars Frasa Bros dIAsk about ite Get ac 2BLAttGreat The comedv element of the great Barlow Minstrels who appear at the New Opera House on Saturday Sept 10 is this year a clever and strong feature of the company Ed C Hayes whose popularity last season was in stantaneous heads the list with an en tire new fund of anecdotes jokes and up to date songs both in his end work and monologue James Stuart known as the Silver Voiced Coon is the latest addition to this company and his graceful dancing topical and local hits and coon shouting makes him a warm favorite at sight Big Bill Morris the Tennessee Troubador is as his name implies a performer ot jovial and limitless mirth one of the best old negro delineators on earth and as fa singer of coon shouts and old time dancing he has no superior Billy Burke the Buckeye Burr Head is one of the rollicking uproarious fun makers of the team of Her Burke and McDonald which is a guarantee of his capacity to please as an end man Manager Coburns personal word that this is the best company be ever carried should assure the most skeptical of a splendid performance The street parade will take place Saturday at 4 oclock p m Rubber stamps ink pads daters etc see Gordon Reid Climax office c Why He It B L Middelton Recommends and rushes MIu The Dyspepsia Remedy Its a pleasure to sell a medicine when my customers come in afterwards and tell me how much good It has done them said B L Middelton the pop ular druggist to a Climax man and that is why I like to sell and recom mend Mi ona the dyspepsia remedy I have so much faith this article that I am going to guarantee it in the future and will return the money to any purchaser of Mi o na whom it does not cure That may seem rash but my customers have said so many good words in its favor that I do not expect to have many packages returned Anyone who has dyspepsia whose food does not digest well who has to take thought as to what he can eat and when can leave 50 cents deposited at my store and take home a box of Mi o na and if the remedy does not regulate his digestion and euro his dyspepsia he can withdraw his money on return Lug the empty box This shows great fath in the merit of Miona It is really a most unusual medicine and the rapid increase in sales since B L Middeltou Introduced it In Richmond shows that it does all that it claims to do curs dyspepsia regulates the digestion and enables those who use it to eat just what they want and when they wantwith no fear ifi of trouble Put it on right and it sticks tight BLACK Paint t Detainee 0 On account of illness in my family I will be unable to be at my office for several days J Wm Wagers ICounty Supt t t H- FREE t tJ J Weigarten Bros of New York will give a f Free Attraction r 1 in McKees large show window beginfj lib the of September 8 t 1continuing one week- S j Anyone Miss It II1J QW WJ llif DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS Flms WKAPS Pushes MAMMY j night r CIRCUSl NOWtt SEE THE tr Crcu that will not Disappoint Everything That is- Advertised The gladdest Holiday i- nRichmond s History Stocktons Drug Store n Richmond Wedvon 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PAOi WITH OUR COUNTRYS GROWTH THE ORANDlV GREATEST ADAM FORE PAUGH SEllS BROS MOST WILD BEAST AltEMC BACIN8 EART3 A union of curb millionaire mngnltuile mogul flivncv and merit an to plant IU mighty toot Ul OOI tdo very pinnacle ol Popularity and Success Mndkmn Square Garden New York City It there you now will It here with EYen Greater Feature Feats Forthcoming Each and all Mrtu lvHy exhibited ercry tine prr wntrd jn4 pmiulited wondrounly und exp tionally Including PRODIGIOUS PORTHOS rhe Miraculous ChssmVaultlng Cyclist who execute a llvliijc litrrrle kup i nlv trvt tu iiillnlr 1 iiwtn iinr wijirwtB1 and ueriilraliv rlMaa Lit now for the lct Ume ten la w u The ChampIon MartaI Masters of tIe World lronounctd by Europe MllttnrT Marti THE AURORA ZOLIAVES nti unrqnaledSaIuted by OW own Wt Pointera alI urpn8oltng newFlntof ttioe aevn male ii dreu In more thAD fifty fivorleeOnthewaytothe Grand Prix Rice Paris ear 6OYC L C N E xi3c OyoJo PArndOxThe Monumental Mystery of Circling Motion Seen suporhumanly Dealing on hi wild wizard wheel the alwiutrl iTHuiicular able vl The Devils Chimney THE SUPREME LIMIT OF SENSATIONAL NOVELTY r I ALMOST BEYONDIBELIEFBUTITIS APpSITIVE FA Tj Nine Hungarian Dancing Acrobats and Melodists The mot myitcilon races muter of HtrHugrly vtondrourt Btrvugth eklll and weird grace and harmony wild In lIe bfoaHt mammoth domaIn double wIll 14 LIVE FULL GROWN POLAR BEARSba1trwn peclmen a mingle a real Pole DlscoerersWe Have 14 Ferocious SnowWhlte Arctic Terrors feature TFl Jtl 1EZ T The Greatly Original Equllibrlstic Juggling merry and Sulky act whose phenomenal lark Curt Juggllug ait am the mo t amazing and amnilng of artnie features TbeAmrrlcllnCbamplonAcrobatoftheWorld nw Iit Introtlucing theirown oziginal aerIal acrobatic high stage ACt ftc three rIngs elevated otacm aerial arena and colliwum rare course prmenUncJn a hundred champion rivalries and Teyrb4 an itIsoluteiy complete Equestrian Clrtu crobatic Qrcuejilidalr- Cirrue Military Qrrue lJlcycJ Cirtue mown Clrru Trw Clreu Elephant Wild Beast Animal and llonw Show Clrcu the Roman Hippodrome of Nero day the only Forcpaugh DancIng Efcphnntu the only Sells Brother Soldier Elrphantu hugest combined herd of their Mud with head full of wfiMlom and tninkn full of trick a renl World Fair of Steeds of every train which In nuraberit beauty and Intelligence ouUhlue all fashionable Dlue Ribbon horse Shows ITS ORIENTAL AND MILITARY PACEANT the Finest Free Street Display Old Glory ewer floated oITU TWO PEdFORMANCES DAILY RAIN OR SHINE IN NEW PROCESS WATERPROOF TENTS ADMISSION 50C CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS 25C Door Op n at ami 7 11 fur the Menagerie and Grand Promenade Concert by Merrlck Splendid Milimry Itltt Arrnlc diIlay bour later On exhibition day 2iambered Coupon actually wrvrd s nl may be we u red at the regular prIces at ill7W i1 Final Reckoning on Summer Goods I Some of the Rarest Bargains oi the 1entire season go into this WINDm z Competition Totally Eclipsed 1 Dont let delay rob you ol your shared Watch 4 for our Preliminary Showing This Sale means to you a saving of Dollars WE NEED TIlE ZOOM 71 m White and Gibson t ill iIF I T 7 rM 7A Big Hill Coal Co Esfillave near L N Depot Old Christian property COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93H F BARKER Alrf zi i7f777 f7i7i7 ICLOTHEflTHAT JJhat is the kind we makete We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods J p We can please the most fastidious tastes Qur stock is complete We can furnish anything is gentsftirnish ings tpt Give us a calwe can please you both with goods and pri- cesStoufferI i MERCHANT TAILORS rL f SEPT 21 TROUPEfrom uyouPnnonTHE o- fFA2ILLGOODS RETAIL YARD ALNITE Mahler SEEPORTHOS LEAPOn Over TENElephants SEE BiaVIa Loop the Loop on BicycleWED iPT Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Every housewife will want something new in the way of WIJWl ll tll IIp l ffiI to freshen up her home for summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most massive Bed = room Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing Tcbles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy Odd Chairs Couches Davenports and everything Come 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 Give us a call whether you want to buy or not W Si OLDHAM We BUILD up and keep our trade by selling good material at low prices and by making prompt shipments Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co EicTilaCORL Lexington Kentucky zeirksoie SchoolJ cTBos a ST G P Simmons Principal MARK S FEOHAM Asst Frin HISS ADA ALLEN Frin Dept of Hasfc a Inc1 llltitJFees All rrades sO cintz per rum Ail fcesray bllit Aoce Tuition Fees IS Primary S 10 dblTerTenii 0 AfriBurr IS O vfCTmlLt 1500 jAGnmmar 1500 Hlek School 20 00 Department of Meek Jnclundinf Instrmwstj for Practice 20 00 yearOurteaeheswhat school you will patronize that Klrksvilla has four churches and NO SALOONS We solicit patronage from people who wish their children con trolled and no others Boarding can be secured at following rates From Monday to Friday 1 75 Full WO 1C250 Send for Catalogue and investigate G P SIMMONS Principal f KIRKS ILLE KY HERES A BABY Its Mother is Well The baby is healthy became during the periodof gestation its mother tisei the popular purely vegetable liniment Mothers Friend Mothers Friend is a soothing softening relaxing a muscle maker invig orator and freshener It puts new powei into the back and hips of a coming mother It is applied externally only there IS no aosingand swallowing of nasty drugs no inward treatment at alL The state of the mother during gestation may influence the disposition and future of the child that is one reason why mothers should watch their condition and avoid pain Her health that of the child and their lives on keeping free from pain worry and melancholy Be of good cheer strong of heart and peaceful Mothers Friend can and will- make you so Bearing down morn ing sickness sore breast and insomnia are all relieved by this wonderful remedy Of druggists at ico bottle Send for our book unotherhoodtt free UtE BUDFIELO REGULATOR CO ATUW- TA4nnoncuements 6A FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce lION O d GILBERT a candidate for CongresIOMicceed himself from this the Eighth Congressional District rabject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce FRANK TURNER a candidate for Congress from this the Eighth District subject to the action of the Democratic darty FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce It EROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub lect to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are artliorized to announce JUDGE J O CHENAULT a candidate for the office of County Judge Of Madison County Subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JUDGE B TURPIN candidate for the office of Coon ty Judge of MadNon Subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLETTHEntorney subject to the action of the Democratic party UOROOKIsubject to the action of the Democratic party HSliACKELFORDscandidate torney of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party SHERIFFWe JNO W MadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million candidate for Kherlff of Madison County sub ject to the action Democrat Party COtYERty subject to the action of thd Democratic party FOR COUNTY CIERK SECORBto the action of he Democratic party FOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party OCURRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDERINGERcounty snblecl to Ihe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONE S1lecWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMORGANTAYLORcounty snbjet to the action of the Democratic party Gpcokmty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic party UKINNEDYcouotylublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRILlcounty subject tone action of the Democratic party TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PEDWARDS totheWe are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAND a candidate for Superintendent of totheFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized announce BUD DUNN countysubject 1GOLDENDemoIcratlc county PWsubject to the action of the Democratic are anthorlzed to announce S P GOOD couotysubject What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows strictlawresults Irregular living means derange ment of lbs organs resulting in Con stipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quicklvre adjusts this Its genus vet thorough Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store 1m Mrs lucie km laapp Has taken a home during the Fair at 43JO Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo and will be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City KILLTHCOUCHANCURE KingsNlw I FOR CONSUMPTION IPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for all TZ0UBLIS For rate by B O Btockton PcrtieProprty this head is not charged for unless tfe is made For com plete particulars call on or ad dress ifhe Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1 No3 No5No6 No 7 No8No No 10 No 11 No 13 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 2 No 21 No 2 No2No No 21 No 2 No 2 No 31 No 31 No 3 No 3 A two tory frame residence iontain IngSroomsand two hans In Rich mond Ky Lnt 40x150 feet small barn Price SI 000 lees than original cueS Two nice residences near Mai street and only three squares from cow house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not be found These residences will be voId at a bar gain JIM will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price SitO c ood grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about 130 acres barn and other im provementlin fine locality Price Ssoo Farm containing 100 acres wen fenced but with no other Improve mcnts Can be bought in connection with No 8 Pricefi600 Four cottages on nice street well Improved Price JlOOO each Good cottage In firstclass condition cisterd etc Price rNice residence containing seven rooms In resident portion of ctly Large yard and garden and all necessary outbuildings Price Good lot suitable for business house can bo bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land five are In grass and two in garden good orchard nnd grape arbor all necessary out building This property is situated in n thriving village where churches hiil schools nre convenient Price two One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing right rooms aod cellar In best porlmn of city Lot 90x250 feet Price fWOX A twostory residence In rood neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for Anyone desir an Ideal home One of the best constriictedbuildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 I Two Iot 120xlM feet in good neIgh- borhoodI Price 700 Cotage on a nice resident street containing four rooms and neces mary outbuildings din bf pur chased on the Installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will paint resilience for purchaser An ideal cottage lot five rooms beautiful yard and all necessary onibnlldlngslnclndlng good stable and cistern Price Will sell on installment plan Will paint residence for purchaser t Nice residence on a 4acre lotcon- J talnlng seven rooms and two porches situated ill best reo idenre portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build aOlonerelring elgbtJall in grass and Is Al good farm and is well watered There Is on this land a small residence and other Localitybest BFloor and grist mill Anderson 83barrel capacity Build ing is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter three mont hi of the year It is on nptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt acres with the mill Includ ing whnt is with the house of 5 rooms All torftiti0 or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cull Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles 7 Also n SOlinrrel mill in Mercer I county Ky on Halt river Steam power new uptodate in every and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 19000 BA1RO acres of Florida land in on railroad Street through place leaving S acres on one lde with 2story 5room house and oranges neache pears plums grapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pests plums grapes etc all for 2Xn or the 6 acres for or the 5 acres for A handsome twostory frame dwel J lug containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under eothe yard and all necessary outbuildings Best location In Richmond for boarding house lllacreaMecercnunty farm in yards of pike S room 2story house 2 tenant hOuIIlarge barn abundant water 7000 I 300 acres in 3 miles of Hvrrodsburg on pike good land 10 room brick residence excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 165 per acre countyfineresidence excellent barnflne running water Price 85 an acre As good as any 100 land If you wish your roof wear trust it to toIMammys carets I JFearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of au old soldier by the name of J J Havens Versailles O For years he was troub led with kidney disease and neither doctors nor medicines pare him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies I am on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all Forms of Stomach and Bowel complaints Only 60c Guaranteed by R O Stockton druggist 1m Mason Quart Jars 55 cents dozen 2 quarts 65c at Racket Store latf GROVER CLEVELAND closes an arti cle in Colliers as follows The Na tional Democracy enters upon the campaign not in gloom and fear but in hope and confidence I believe that no man ever did so mnch for the cause and in so many direction in so short a time and in so compact a form as was done by our candidate when hd sent his message to the St Louis Con vention Ho has reminded all who profess Democratic principles that they also have work to do if they like him would do the patriotic political duty the time demands Let the Dem ocratic lines be steady at every point and let our spendid leadership be fol lowed with genuine Democratic zeal and s stubbornness WE are glad that Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford has withdrawn from the Congressional race his chances ol winning were poor and through the popularity he had gained during the recent campaign he well fits himself for the contest two years henco whenjiis friends say he must enter He is a personal friend of the Anderson News an honorable and upright young man and worthy of the highest honors of his fellowmen Mr Helms withdrawal leaves an open field for Col Moore and practically assures his nomination He will BOW carry the entire south end of the dis trict heretofore it has been a case of two against one now the fight will bo brought to a finish upon more even lines Of course Madison Lincoln and Kockcastlo will go solidly for Col Moore besides the counties he carried in the district conventions and the splendid vote which he be able to poll in other WIll1 stamp him a dead certain AndfiTson News StAlphIakt tl- i 1 WHAT IS INSIDE OF THE WORLDS FAIR i And How toSee itat the Least Expense- The Henderson Route has gotten up and is now offering foe free distribution a very complete and valuable booklet- dellcrlptive ot what is insIde and what is outside of the WorMs Fair and how to see it at the least expense The booklet contains Information of sucbvaluethat all prospective visitors to St Loots should have a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Mjonis how to get around the grounds to the best advantage the most economical plan for touring the Expoaitiop tliiopp of importance tit sue in St LOUiS totfther with tinny tlier valuable pojnters regardim a trip of this nature arefonlv some of the many points covered in this complete book letIt something you should have be fore planning vour Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing Mr L JIrwin General Paosenger Agent Henderson Ronto Louisville K- yForSale Thn undersigned offers for sale pri vatnlv his residence and 12 building lots located in less than 100 yards from court house square Second street and with a front of 270 feet and with a front of 280 teet 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 varie ty of fruits apples pears grapes persimmons 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 one root containing ten apartments The residence has 12 rooms including kitchen and basement with water works of five openings Gas pipes all over house hall entrance to every room without passing through any other room Ad mirably suited for firstclass boarding house or an Infirmay Will sell as A whole or by lot or lots Parties wishing to buy are invited and will be shown over premises For an enterprising man or men I consider it a fine opening Come and look T S ELLIS 17 n4t RICHMOND KY of at BOYS SUITS t at worth J 150 and 2 50 for t For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf Laura S Bright Wire fence ram agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will on or address- J D LONG ayllOl lyr Riellion IKy Sun Dust Proof MAMMY For Me FrhratdT I will sell my house and lot on Hight street Good cistern and all necessary of fruit For see 15jtf Alfred Douglas Sr We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Hurries Buggies tend runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and in best nan liens at moderate prices The best rub Richmond Carriage Works tf 8 Midkiff Pdoj For Rent Four elegant office rooms either single or en unite John G Taylor Son TfIpplionr 292 TO wishing to purchase the celebrated Wire 383636 places in Madieon court tyr Arbmekle Simmons BetrcT Hamilton J W Masters 1 V Whitlock John SUpp Burton Roberts J WTeater JW Prewitt L A Wearren CO McWharter Xchmood Waco Red Honse ViewBaldwin Newbj Knthton Kdenton Lick Klrksvllle Paint YOUt boats and bridges with JI 44BLACK More Heat = Less Coal works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are re duced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We like to send you our free book about it or Squeeze Out All the heatvalue of your coal Dont send up the chimney the hot air that ought to go thro your house Gases andsmoke are combustibl if the proper means is take to insure combustion The Peck Williamson Undetfeed Furnace have you call at our store these Furnaces are on exhi I 10 10 oJ Arbuckle TSimuios Sole for PeckWilliamson Heating Co 337 West 5th St Cincinnati O Richmond Great Sacrifice Sale New QLOTHING 25000 worth of clothing Regardless of costWe show Thousands Mens Suits 999 worth J5 J8 and 20 99c Young Mens 5 worth 7 8 10 WASH PANTS 5 At this every cents brings you back J We are Sole Agents in Kentucky Alfred Benjamin CosFINE CLOTHINGB LOUIS LX GUS STRAUS Us call proofs BLACK privately outbildlngs Plenty particulars rejoining forone Ifimytt THOSE Fence tostatethatit OFinnel EarlyJTCoy Paint MAMMY dryness would bitiona3 Agents Ventilating Ky of Page where Suits and BOYS Cents sale Call and see the Sa55 50 1 ccakova- nd you can see how ev North Star Refrigerator is lined and why it will use onehalf the ice that it taLes to run the socalled Refrigerator J jIIT IS LINED WITH GRANULATEDCORK which absorbs all the moisture and makes it 31oss a Vx We have these Refrigerators porcelain lined and galvanized lined D B WtHord Co There is nothing like GOOd FLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our hadOurthe latest Our brands aredBlliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison MADE BY THE Elliston Mill V WACO KENTUCKY Ji 0