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I 7Mo r ji0 THE I RICHMOND CLIMAX r = i f 3 GLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISONgOUNTYDNTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1904 NUMBER 18 t t t PHONE 80 I E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRST f 7rmf 71 71 7171 ffi ffi ffi c7I T e HusUiqo Gosh Sl re ro I X 171 Ir Co + I tC1 Fj BARGAINS ff- iL 7fIm I = = f If lACKEY AND HAMILTON 1 9 7F 7J7 7JS75 71 ffi7J 78 ++ + + CALL AT ++++ JONES S MI3RSIIONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN lest and most refreshing f drinks that can be found ri the city are dispensed y upto iate and accommo iition uine Saratoga Water Kept on Ta- piHne3 t l Second St On the Teeth Depends in condition of the general health RinK or filling decayed teeth HUMIS the removal of the causo of imihiljege The skillful applioa 1or if DENISTRY J proJWIfsilidOold Teoth 5 50 M Fills 1 50 AniHlgam Fills 75 Teth Extracted 25 r work fully guaranteed Will ir itigfaoton udtr all olrcur- aKlir V H Hobson Dentist rviiniond Kentucky t NEW YOR- KCLIPPERISTHEGREATESTT- HEATHICAL SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD S4OO Per Year Single Copy lOCIs I IssrE- DSAMPLE WEEKLY COPY FREE FRANK QUEEN PUB CO Ltd ALBERT L BORIE PUBLISHERS iiiKAciH WsTU ET XBW You t Diamonds c Watches Cocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry 1andPreciousStones rof very description I lThese are aome of the V I to be found at Lanes 1 Jewelry Store If your f watch or clocfr refuse to- go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs reeetting takd it to Lanes hell fix that too I If you want anything that ran be found in a first class ebtablishmont go rJftwlry He is well fixed kind of articles 5 LELanec c Jeweler and Optician PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS RN MILLER ATTOBXBTATLAW RICHMOND EBNTDCXT Office n the Burnam Building next door tarmeis National flank eb3ly 1lL SULLIV ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA IVIRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in John Bennetts old law office over Perry iThomas drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thr Dr Hobson building JUinStreet DENTAL SURGERY Jr KaUTVwvc iL Lobsou nEcTIST OF LOUISVILLE ET- VfOSLce next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office houra9 to 121 to 4 nov7ly vM Blanton DENTIST 43Offlce iu Bennett Building Janly TELEPHONE i 0 Vance DO flrs E OYance D O v Osteopathic Physicians Hobsou Building Literature furnished on sppllcatloi CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School ot Ostheopathy Big tire Sale Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pike are now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Spine items mentioned are 9 000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line pf groceries and other mer clinudiVe all new and fresh coffee lOcti tier Hi antI up calico 5c work shirts 25 to oOc ready made garments lates fashions We also have meal flour corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for naln Also clothing tinware clocks and watches Nn rent tq pay and no clerks to pay afe reasons why we cat ofT T things at such low prices We pay cash for all kinds of produce Give us a call 22Jnne m- OLD JOE WHISKY Hand wade Sour Mash Every drop guarani teed to be pure It is otoldstyIomanufacture BETTER can be found for medicinal pur v You want the best FurnistiedStrictly to family Trade 10 vear old in Jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5H5 f Ujugs 250 5 bottles 3 u New Whisky SlSO per gallon Orders promptly filled WILE YBE ARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery 7 MoBrajer novjyr Andorsont county Ky jl DR LANDMAN Hotol Glyndon Wednesday Sept14 1004 For Shampooing Manicuring Fa tint Massage and all kinds of toilet req lisites call on Mrs Alice Jones next leer to Piggs grocery on Main street 20atf For Rubber Stamps call at this office rI Shingles when BLACK painted dont cracktI 1Public Sole J We the undersigned will offer at Public Sale the hone place of the late Vni Hagan deceased lying on the waters of Silver Creek on Way Seplesilef 22 MAT 10 OCLOCK A M The farm contains 160 arres 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 niles from Richmond 3 from Cirksville on good turnpike with public school within one quarter of a mile free mail delivery along said pike On his property is a threestory stone residence ice and buggy houses good cis ern and all necessary outbuildings The land will be sold in three parcels and then as a whole tne best bid being accepted At Same Time and Place WIU sell the following personal prop jrtyj 2 mules 1 7yearold horse yearold combined horse yearling mare harness horse 3 cows all giving milk and calves 2 yearling steers 2 sows and pigs 10 shoals household and kitchen furniture and all kinds of arming implements Terms will be made known on day of sale J Sam Ha an Richmond Ky It Lee Ha an Lancaster Ky Goo W Hajan KichmondKy- K F D No1 D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY ddmI WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of Lie famous end rnponitbl COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY A nnlcI 3Ic iiI nt WorliTu Exposition Uefrn in lliou iinl if Iatf in pooltlnn- Cottt ol Full flume VourctntIndlngTtd about horihaudTypeWritingsadTelegrapbySpeCia1tiesurb warded ernnat i lirerarj nnoe Xo vacation Furrr now Grilnat ncee sfnl In onrr to nre r IrUrn reach vs ntfrfrett omy WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky Wood structures more durable by madeI Black Mammy JTraveling Saksnun large corporation offers permanen an lucrative positions to men of energy traveling In Kentucky amIOllloFol particular ftddresg box SOI Lexington K1IUsep t Up The Devils Chimney The Forepaufrh and Sells Brother United Shows which are booked for Richmond Wednesday September 21 were the canopied pioneers in makinj bicycling performances a feature in are nic exhibitions They introduced Diavolo looping the and Tin Wild Whe l Whirl Wondersat Madi son Sqnare Garden Now York The former still remains with them but the latter has been superseded bv the new cycling comet Cyclone whose act so Jar surpasses theirs that they in the PTcompany at least are ranket as back In riding around and up the outwardly inclined idea of an inclosed circular space they accomplished a very remarkable feat for ls day Cyclone utterly and phenom enally eclipses it by riding a wheel uj the absolutely perpendicular inside o The Devils Chimney in a space of less than twelve feet in diameter HI has no incline whatever to aid him in getting an upward start a fact whicl renders the accomplishment of such a centrifugal triumph over gravitatlOi utterly incomprehensible and one that might well be labeled miraculous as well as superhuman Col Tribbles Touching Meeting With an Old Vet Col Breckinndge made the followini comment upon the chance mee ing be tween two comrades at the Confederate reunion at Lexington on Thursday last The Confederate eterans ot Ken tucky over twelve hundred strong held their second annual reunion al Woodland Park Early yesterday morning the veterans from a distance stormed the city and it capitulate gracefully and thereafter throughout the day they had complete possession Among the touching meetings wai one between Cot D W Trihble of Richmond and Mr Isaac Hutchison of this city both of whom were mem bers of Morgauls command During the war Col Tribble was captured and imprisoned in Camp Chase When he was released Mr Hutchison supplied the money to buy his clothes and get him back hoineThei meeting yesterday was the first since that memorable day Cot Tribble it the author of the separate coach law ii those who mingled with the crowds were United States Senators J C S Blackburn and James B Mc Creary No register was taken of the visiting veterans and it was impossible lo secure anything like complete list CampaIgn Speaker Mise Margaret Ingels of Paris is to be a campaign speaker again this fall Miss Ingels stumped for W J Ban in 90 and she is well known here where sho appeared last season with the Clay Clement Company She ha also visited Miss Mabel Lettou here rIJust stirring Paints No mixinRI L Irobe an Expensive Article The new game law bids fair to make ame an expensive item on the menu cards during the coming season In as much as the law prohibits the sale or purchase of partridges or quail wild turkeys pheasants and similar game killed In Kentucky the hotels and dealers will have to secure their supply from other States and this condition will put euch a high price on these deli acies as put them out of reach of the poorerchasses A hunter may kill game in this State but he must take it home and serve it on his own table heis not to sell it The railroads are instructed not to received game for shipment under penalty oE a heavy fine The new law is very strict and restauranteurs and hotel keepers are experiencing much worry in advance The text of the law reads as follows An act prohibiting the sale or transportation of wild turkeys pheasants iou8o partridge and quail within the State of Kentucky Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the commonwealth of Kentucky FirstThat it shall be unlawful in the State of Kentucky at any time to buy sell expose for sale offer for sale or have in possession for the purpose of bartering or selling any wild turkeys pheasants grourie partridge or quail which have been killed within this State Second That is shall be unlawful for any person corporation or common carrier tareccive for transportatton or totransport or cause to be transported or to secure the transportation of with in or without this State any of the birds or fowls mentioned in Section of thisact which have been killedwithin his State Provided however that it shall not e unlawful for such person corpora ion or common carrier to transport a hunter with his game lawfully killed by him within this State ThirdEach bird or fowl so bought sold offered for sale had in possession for sale or transportation received for transportation or transport contrary 10 the provisions of this act shall con ftitnte a separate offense Fourth Whoever violates any provisions of this act shall be fined not less ban 10 nor more than 25 for a first offence and not less than 25 nor more than 50 for any subsequent offense Approved March 24 1004 Bucklens ArnicaSalve has worldwide fame tor marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm tor Cute Corns Burns BoilSi Sores Felons Ulcers Tetter Salt Utieum Fever Sores Chapped Hand Skin in fallible for Plies Cure Guaranteed Only 25c at R C Stocktone drug store lui Kentucky Odd Fellows have inaugurated two big movements one to secure the erection in Louisville of a lar bidding along the linoof the new Masonic Temple and the other to capture the Sovereign Grand Lodge Session forLousavi tie three years hence The next TrieniiiaV Conclave o- fKntghtaTemplar will be held at Saw togo Springs N Y in w0- 1LI j v 11 V IIshouldlukewarm if not positively treacher ous In one of the most powerful public addresses he over delivered Mr Bryan puts beyond question his sincerityand earnestness of his allegi ance to Judge Parker and the Democracy The key to Mr Bryans thought is found in this passage The election of Judge Parker will place in the White House a man whose thoughts tend toward peace rather than to war a man who believes that our nation should be admired for its moral gran duer rather than excite fear by the number of its soldiers or the size of its guns and this is reason enough why I should support him Addressing himself directly to silver Democrats Mr Bryan reminded them that Judge Parker had voted for him when the restoration of bimetalism was the paramount issue If he could vote for me when the money question was paramount said Mr Bryan I can vote for him when we are confronted with another and greater issue than the money qucs tionThere Is nothing equivocal in this Bryan Democrats find no encouragement In it to sulk or bolt the ticket No man who has faith in the former leader and desires now to follow him can be at a loss to know what path to take It is the greater issue that Mr Bryan sees He confesses no change in his views on economic questions But he insists that these are in aboy anco while an issue involving the very existence of the constitution and American liberty is being decided Judge Parker believes in tho gold standard ho says bohevo in bl metalism but I can vote for him in order that through him the country may rid itself of an imperial policy1 No Bryan Democrat who believes in Mr Bryans sincerity can mistake his attitude to the party and the candi date He supports Juige Parker te cause Parker embodies the greater issue in comparison with whichall other issues become insignificant The trouble of silver Democrats should evaporate in the warmth of Mr Bryans devotion to a Parker and peace policy KENTUCKY is to have a new capitol building As the Republicans will not have the choice of the design there will be no loop holes in the offices for rifle practice Bernice Neb Herald GOVEBXOK BECKiiAMhas appointed Honorable John D Carroll to act as Special Judge at the September term of the Franklin Circuit Court in place of Judge Cantrill who is physically unable to attend to his court duties FOUR years more ofTheodore could mean nothing less than the imper aWepublic if anything so paradoxical could ever exist What an em perorpresident Teddy would make though he is gettlnga bit pudgy to look graceful on horseback Atlanta Constitution rI accurately Scientifically BlacU preparedI L15 pemjI- tCosts You Nothing B L Hiidelton Will Return Your Koner If Mlona Does Not Cure You There are hundreds of people in Richmond who were not the least bit surprised when they read in the CLIMAX that B L Middelton is selling Miona on a guarantee to refund the money in- case it did not cure This marvelous remedy mill cure the worst case of in ligestion headache dizziness or the eneral played out condition that ifllicts everyone suffering with stomach trouble Mlona does not simply relieve it cures B L Middelton can tell you of ma y well known people in this city whom this remedy has restored to health often after they have tried many other methods of treatment with little or no benefit The best kind of advertising is the praise of a pleasedcustomer And there are hundreds In today praising Miona because it cured them few months ago they could eat nothing without wondering what the result would be Since using Mi Olla they eat what they want and when they want with no fear of suffer inc This medicine is in the torm of s Small tablet very pleasant to take and costs only 50c a box It is a medicine that speedily and permanently curls all formof stomach trouble ant is the only one that can bo sold under a positive guarantee without any restriction to refund money If does not cure ti- n4t Four Tons of nutritious hay pet acre can be obtained fr- omN2 0The finest Winter and Spring PIS tare crop besides belle the Urjest yielding forage crop for Fall sowing A full description wittba found to our Fm Falie M- Alio descriptIonS of Winter Turf Oats Dwarf Essex Rape 1000 Headed Kale parley Improved Seed Wieats AUaUa Gnu Clorer Seeds V getable Seeds etc Our trHcrk Wand BIIIe RMM seed4 aJ1I the McfcMt qwtHtjr I VMi STuell 4 Ci Ss LOUISVIILI KY ISOFT CORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhereThe of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists Ci94IS tearl Street Mew York soc and 100 all druggists fiofessor Adams at Home Professor It C Adams of Pauola hiss returned from Oxford Ohio where he has finished a course in vocal music at Miami College under the direction of Dr S 8 Myers This college is one of the oldest and best known in the North and Dr Myers is an excellent in strurtor in Public school music Pro fessor Adams has taken three courses under Dr Myers one at Kittening Pa one at Pittsburg Pa and the third at Oxford Ohio His course of instruction includes voice and chorus work Hair mony and composition and Public school music Professor Adam s received a dinloma of graduation from the Miami Collece and also received an Ohio State certificate after having taken the examination in public school music Professor Adams known in this county where lie has conducted singing classes for a nuirner of years and he has had wide experience in this line He feels bet ter equipped now than ever for his chosen work and we feel sure that he will meet with much success For particulars call on or address Professor R Adams Panola Ky cL1I1 substance finer Black Mammy Paint 11 Illormally Opened The headquarters of the Democratic State Campaign Committee were open ed last Monday at Seelbachs Hotel in Louisville by JudgeS W Hager the chairman and Percy Haley the secre alsoIcampaign The committee now have rooms 48 and 49 which were used in the campaign last year and will add other rooms as they are needed to ac commodate the working force The first few days have been devoted to systematizing the work and Judge Hager will shortly call a meeting of the Campaign Committe- eIt has been decided to formally open the Democraticcampaign September 18 when rallies will be held in nearly every county of the State One of the first duties of the Speakers Committee will be to select the orators for that day and assign them to the several points where meetings will bo held The Comm ittee Is expecting a shipment of campaign literature from the National Committee shortly and an immense amount will be distributed throughout State before the election Judce Hager is confident that the Democrats will roll up a big majority asrain this fall and has no doubt on the congressional question believing ten districts are certain to reelect Democrats The State Committee will keep in closft touch with both thin Na tional Committee and the Congressional Committee and will work in harmony with Mr Taggart and Mr Cowherd 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 and Is well watered The soil is as fertile as can be found in Madison county For further particulars call on or ad dress Jest Me Bronston I7dtf Richmond Ky A Boys Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to die and a son riding jar life 18 miles to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds W H Brown of Leesville Ind endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief laud soon cured him He writes now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Consumption Pneu monia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove Us matchless merits for all Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles SOc and SI Trial bottles free at R C Stocktons drug store 1m Important Notice The Louisville A Atlantic R Co will continue their Sunday train ser vice through the month of September on schedule as at present Rates on Sunday are one fare for round trip but nofare more than 60 H R Smith G F P A Elegant Home For Sale I will offer for sale privately the home formerly occupied by James TV vis deceased ituated near the rN R R dqpot In Richmond Ky Said place contains 512 Acres of Land with a good two story frame residence of eight rooms in firstclass repair good cistern and all necessary outbuildings good orchard at everything to make it Desirable place of residence Anyone to examine the property the undersigned will ta tc pleasure In showing sam- eHRTEVIS mvtf RICHMOND K For sale FriTiUlT I will stlt privately my house ann lo all Hightr street Go cistern liptlJll necessary outbildlBgB Plenty ofjJrQlt For particulars i ISjtf AltedItoUKfiWiSrv mAr qIS I i 8GHL088 CLOTHING T It isllthe kind that helps you along in the worldand is ever considerate of J your pocket book tlJ lJ Come to our Grand Opening of ih Fall and Winter Woolens the worldts choicest weavesconstituting many hundred patterns of smart fabrids from the great Tailoring House of Sc loss JJros d eo = 8aEzrnopet 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 ft Remember the datesISeptember 5 and 6 w EL OLDHllM eoRICHMOND KENTUCKY HEALTH keephouseDraught We have used it in the family for over two years with the best of results I have not had a doctorin the honse for that length of time It is a doctor in itself and always ready to make a person well and bappr JAMES HALL Jacksonville IlL Because this great medicine relieves stomach pains frees the eonstipated bowels and invigorates the torpid liver weak ened kidneys Ho DOCTOR is necessary in the home where iskeptcountry miles from any physi healthforears ThedfordsBlackDraujlht ness dyspepsia colds chills and headachesdiarrh ailmentbecause centrol THEDFORDS6LACI DRAUGHT HALLS Protection Tire practical painter says your house cov ered with Pattons SUNPROOFPaiut and the paint by a 5 year guaranty you have the best possible protection to your and Pattons SunProof Paint protects preserves awl beautifies SITe of purest pigments said oil with just proportions of zinc al l Pattons secret formula It withstands sun and rain kent nnl coM twice as long as hand made paint Guar anteed to wear well for five years usually lasts twice long Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to PATTON PAINT CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs Geo M Willging 4 i209 W Main st next to Madison Natl Bank Paints Oils Window Shades Picture Frames Glass Etc a VEGETABLE I UItwtittiELDERS 5 OBARGIN STORE s 5 s Warm Weather Suggests s 3 4t JIb the necessity of the immediate purchase of just such warm weather fabrics as f are made mention of and the attractively low prices that prevail throughout this 2ihonesavirg store suggests the wisdom of buying here 4- J Ginghams in great variety Shelves full and counters heaped high with choice wash fabrics as this store is famous for l Extra good 12i Dress Ginghams in a great variety of newest styles in plaids 1 checks and stripes at special price per yard lOc the most suitable material for Shirting and Shirt Waists fIWeVoile Suitings 20c Knicker Zepher Voile new shades 15c Val Voile seven shades to select from 12c India Linen 7i to 25c 4 tedtand Girls Stockings 40 dozen boys and girls 1x1 Black Ribbed 4thread Stock Boys hiirli spliced heals and toes and double knee a splendid wearing and dressy Stocking sizes 5 to 9 Jhugs the Iron kind 2threat real Maco 2x2 ribbed rJ worth 25c at le paIr 40 dozen Bicycle Stockings wear double heel anti toes made of servlceacle firm tread but elastic sizes 7 to 10 worth 2sc at lSc per 6 JattinWIO iS and 20c yard Carpets 121c to 1 25 yard See our stlk of Rugs Oil Cloth 20 to 700 vdlJlf We showing the prettiest stock of Mens SUits at 198 to 10 ever shown in Richmond Youths Suits 1 are S Knee Suits 51 to 5 Mens ShIrts 2oc to 50 Straw Hats men and boys 5 S JOe up losi 25 + Stock to of Notions complete Lace Curtains a beautiful line to select from SOc to SO pair Poles 8 and lOc 9fr t Brass extension rods 810 and ISo New Stock Ladles Muslin Underwear Corset Covers 10 tocomplete 4 Pants 40c Gowns 4Sci Skirts Soc Ask to see thorn Ladies Vahking and Dress Skirts 125 to tl S 15 They are Leauties jA 1 3 11 PriCesAStore beautiful styles The smartest creations of the season are here and at surprislnely Low i Shirt Waist Hats the most beautiful styles at to 2 ps Hundreds of beautiful trimmed Hats ready for i choosing nrii ked atspecial Low Prices to suit all purses Childrens School and Dress Hats Flowyour of description See them Bleached Pillow Oases full size and fine quality choice wearing quali every senls Handkerchiefs 510 and 15c Parasols 40c to S4 95 Cotsets 25c to SI 50 Ities 121 Shoe and Slippers all prices Picture Frames 5 10 18 25 29 and 49c We have tut received about 500 pictures irons lie up to 25c each Do not fail to see them We have only a few Jardineres left at 50tI30aud4uc j n l Respectfully S fcfmtted t tij h Track p I 0 Paint when is covered house purse SICILI- ANHairRenewer ifI Specials MlLLINERY1 era 4I E V Elder II IIiI r s s s esesss ss e esse e 4sSeS SS e S I n jjj t tn S C S S 0g 0 S 8 grand Ciong Out SaleS5 S S S S Se- S ww SHaving decided to quit business at once we are offering ls S our entire stockof H5 5 S 5S BOOTSS liii hoes ond Gents Furnishings 111 I at Cost for Cash OnlyS5S I 0s 511- S 151 05 0- 0S We are determined to close out and we offer 5 1 1 i The Greatest Bargains of your LifelS 5 from the best selected stock in Richmond Come and see 151 I5 for Otirself All persons owing us will please call and settle I S 5 2 CRUTCIIER TRIBBLE j i 0 55 S S Main Street Richmond t Kentucky s S ijVS SSl as5IS SSSSSSSS OSSSSSOSSSSSSSSSOSSSOSSSSSSSSS SSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S ccOUJudge Chenaulfs Sweeping Replies To Every Statement of Judge Turpin Citizens Can Now Learn the Facts and Decide the Issue That Vitally Affects Every Man Woman and Child Rich and Poor in Madison County I hereunder reprint the Statement to the Public issued by Judge N B Turpin in circular form and also published in the Register last Friday September J5 It is my purpose to analyze and answer this Statement without evasion or equivocation so that the public especially the Democracy to whom we are offering our services may judge between us In all of Judge Turpins Statement t he names but one single charge made by me inprint towit My distinguished opponent thinks I Turpin am incompetent to fill this other matters referred to ty Judge Turpin when correctly attributed to me were utterances ofmine in public speeches made at various points in the county duly advertisedand at which he was invited to be present The Climax has not been the vehicle for the exploitation of these par tojudgcTurpinsSo much for Judge Turpins intimation that I used my newspaper when he had no such advantage Judge Turpin opens his statement thus 1 Since I am not the owner of a printing press or newspaper like my honorable opponent Judge J G CheiiKiilt I am compelled to USA this method to answer a few of the charges he has made against me in his efforts to defeat me and to be elected County Judge of Madison county I desire to cast no reflections on judge Chenault He is an honorable gentleman and so far as Iam able to judge he is a good lawyer In his wild desire to be elected he has made statements that are incorrect though I spread over these statements and actions the mantle of charity and will say I hope he has not intended to leave any false impressions Answer to No 1 Gratified as I am with his frank admission that I am an honorable gentleman andso far M I am able to judge a good lawyer I refuse Judge Turpins offer to spread the mantle of chairty over my statements All glt nienU made by me in print and on the stump are true and correct and no apologies are offered nor retractions proposod 2 His position as to a County Judges succeeding himself is untenable inconsistent and in bad faith He says by inference that a County Judge should not succeed himself when as a matter of fact he had this very office that he now seeks for more than ten years successively Corning from such a source this does not sginul well Why havent I as much right to hold this office for two terms as he had to hold it for nearly three terms Anser to Number 2 Neither byword nor inference have I ever intimated that a County Judge should not succeed himself I do believe on the contrary that a faithful and efficient officer should succeed himself But I Exceptinsuch opposition 3 Again he intimates and says in so many words that a CountyJudge should be a lawyer Answer to No3 I deny that I intimated or said that a County Judge should be a lawyer I have said dischargtheinstructed pn every matter that comes before himIf his work is to be relied upon 4 Ah indeed Are the six thousand two hundred voters of this county to be held ineligible to this office l ecause forsooth they are not lawyers The constitution is silent on this subject It places no such restriction or qualification around this office I suppose the great constitutional lawyers who framed our organic law did not understand this matter as well as my distinguished opponent so learned in the law ihere are about twentylive lawyers in Richmond out of about sixtytwo hundredmen Is it right or lawful that only the lawyer should be eligible to this office that belongs to so many people Answer to No 4 Inasmuch as I made no such statement as is inferred from the foregoing Judge does practicinlawyersIf such ones have a legal knowledge they arc that much better prepared to decide questions that must inevitably come before them 5 My honorable opponent charges that taxos have been increased 30000 or thirty cents on the hundred dollars since the lust year of his term of office which was the year 1894 This is the nearest correct statement that he makes in all of his charges He compared 1894 with 1904 Examine the explanation Answer to No5 I reiterate emphatically my public statement that the difference between the levies of 1H94 and 1904 was 80000 and but for the fact that during 1894 we were enlarging the court house at a cost 10 750 the difference in the levies would have been over 40000 6 We levy this year 15 cents on the 100 or 1500000 to maintain and repair pikes When he was County Judge the turnpikes wero not repaired and kept up by taxation Answer to Number 6 Judge Turpin knows if be knows what he is talking about that the above amount to maintain and repair the pikes is misleading and untrue because it will not pay for the work done on the pikes by the recent Fiscal Court as shown by the list of claims published recently in the Register Slid list shows claims allowed for pike work amounting to more than 20000 and the 15 cent levy will fall short of paying the pike work claims more than 5000 To pay these pike work claims in excess of above levy Judge Turpin must vio levyButhis friends The Constitution Sec 180 expressly prohibits the conversion of a fund levied for one purpose to the use of another purpose Judge Turpins levy for 1U04 shows that all other items of levy are set apart for other purposes than the maintenance and repair of pikes 7 We levy 3 cents on the 100 or 820000 to pay interest on turnpike bonds and he had no turn pike bonds to pay interest on when he was County Judge Answer to No7 No such amount as he states 3J cents appears in his levy for 1904as can be seen by reference to the copy of the levy published elsewhere in the CLIMAX Such Is a lair specimen of Judge Ttr pins knowledge of the items of his levy lo be fair with him I will correct his figures on this item to 5 cents 8 We levy this year to defray expenses of the smallpox scourge 5 cents on the 5100 or 500000 He had no smallpox epidemics the last year of his tenure of officeIx Answer to No8 Had Judge Turpin heeded the counsel of eminent physicians here who told him that smallpox was in Richmond he might have prevented the epidemic and saved a portion of the above money But as in other professional lines he put his own knowledge of the disease againstthat f experts until the dsse was spread broadcast himself was stricken it His stubborness was tat the time severely criticised and it is poor taste for him to parade an item of 5000 which be might by wisdom and prudence have saved to the taxpayers 9 We levy for dirt roads that is to work and repair Them C cents on the 100j or 000000 And this is the result of a system that he inaugurated when he was County Judge but for which Jus newer leViod a dollar JJo mndr a levy to open new rOjids pro ph rjgeojd5ones bntneyer for prkin3thom S i fJfri1ir Answer to Number 9 This is another example of Judge Turpins inaccurate knof ledge of the levy of his own court Item No5 In levy published elsewhere sets apart just one half the amount e here claims helsjentitled oa difference of 3000 Judge should have said that the Fiscal Court of wbii I was a member tnaug urated the system of working the dirt roads by taxation which has been followed everjsince but he rye when he charges no levy was made for it There was none specifically made for it hut all such maims were paid out of the general fund as I contend It hould be paid1 now and not by specific levy 10 We levy 2 cents on the 100 or 000000 for a sinking fund That he did not levy when be was County Judge j Ansewr to No 10 Once more Judge Turpin misses his levy lilo such item nppears in the levy printed lsewhere As we read the words SINKING FUND we wondered where he intended to sink it I admit I never made such a levy while I was County Judge If Judge Turpin will examine my levy for 1894 showing lOt cents to enlarge the court house and 4 cents more for turnpikes than is appropriated this year added fb the error of 4 cents corrections I have shown above he will see and all Democrats will see that his levy for 1901 should have been 43 cents instead of 80 tents or a saving of f17000 to the taxpayers Therefore by economy and ev cry tax receipt wonldnave cost onethird less this year than it actually does It certainly shows that Judge Turpin cannot claim the credit of 31 cents as he contends for in paragraph 11 below 11 I have thus accounted for thirtyone cents of the increase and every dollar of it is for something that he was not required to raise He says I havenot accounted for the paijper fund when as a matter of fact every item of it is accounted for by my ledger which is open for the inspection of everybody and I earnestly invite the 6200 voters of Madison county to look at these items There are1 too many of them to put in this article If I have not accounted for them I nm good on my bond Answer to Number 11 There absolutely no authority in law for a Judge to draw any amount as a pauper fund to be distributed out of his hands The orders of the Fiscal Court sb w that Judge Turpin has been allowed 3600 which be claims My ledgers will account for every item What citizen would ever have thought of ask ing Judge Turpin for bis private ledger when the law plainly says that all claims shall be paid by regular orders from the court entered of public record in the County Clerks office showing to whom and the amount the chairty is dispensed paid by the Treasurer of the county and the orders filed in general settlement other course is open to the severest criticism evidencing a want of business sagacityand Judge Turpins admitted course should bring upon him such merited censure as will deter him and his successors from drawing public funds and placing them to their private credit for disbursement at their own sweet will without publication 12 In this article I have not attempted to account for money expended on bridges and other matters not included in this levy 13 I am accused of wasting the sinking fund This is a mistake An examination of the records in the County Court Clerk office will show there was no sinking fund when I caine in office 14 Now as to the sinking fund Two thousand dollars was levied for a Binxing fund to pay interest on railroad bonds and turnpike bonds with the understanding that if necessary ifmight be appro priated to help repair the court house and perhaps to pay for some turnpikes and it was so appropriated There is in the Sheriffs hands today 2000 that was levied last year and there will be levied 2000 this year all ofwhich will be turned over to the Sinking Fund Commissioner at the proper time Thus every dollar ever levied for this purpose has been accounted for Answer to Numbers 12 13 and 14 Judge Turpin has never been accused me of wrsting the Sinking Fund He has however shed some light on the subject about which I have heard a great deal of inquiry by referring to it as he has Let Judge Turpin be more explicit about where that 2000 went whether into improving the court house or the turnpikes We are grid to hear that there is 2000 in the sheriffs hands levied last year but we are unable to see how another levy of 2000 will be made this year as the time for the levy has long since passed and the sheriff is now collecting the revenue I am informed that there is no such fund in the hands of the sheriffs If there is no Sinking Fund as you say why do you have a Sinking Fund commissioner If you will give satisfactory reasons why you have allowed to the Sinking Fund Commissioner 600 of the peoples money during the past three years for managing fund which you say does not exist notwithstanding my wild desire to be4 elected County Judge I will quit the race I know that during your term you have levied 26000 that should have gone tnto the hands of the Sinking Fund Commissioner and you have made a levy this year of 15000 that if allowed tp its legal course will be paid to said commissioner Can you explain why you have illegally divered this money It has not been account ed for as claimed by you 15 Judge Chenault says that I have unnecessarily raised the taxes In this he is mistaken Judge Chenault served as County Judge ten years and four months The first levy made under his adminis tration was for the year 1887 and was16 cents on the hundred dollars worth of taxable property in the county In 1891 the rate had gone up to 47i cents and the poll 250 in 1892 404 cents in 1898 331 in 1894 the last year of his term it was 40j cents During none of this term were any pikes owned or worked by the county Answer to No 15 Jukge Turpin shows more of his errors in misquoting public records My first levywas in 1885 He refers to my levies of 189123 and 4 He states them correctly except as to 1894 which was 311 cents and not 401 cents I should like to call his attention and all Democrats to the amount of K C RAILROAD BONDS which I paid during tho e four yearsIf I did not have pikes to work Listen Democrats Whereas Judge Turpin claims he should be credited 15000 annually for working the pikes the records of the county court during the four years of my term above referred to show that I had no pikes to work I paid each and every year an average of 19452 In doing this I was paying bonds stopping and getting this county out of debt with 33 per cent less rate of taxation than we now have Not one bond has ever been retired by Judge Turpin and never can be with his present extravagant administration 16 In the year 1897 the county levy had reached 47k and in the year 1898 itwas 62 cents on the 100 At this time the county had to carry the railroad bonds tIe turnpikes bonds and work all the roads in the county pikes as well as dirt roads by taxation For the three years that I have been County Judge the rate of county levy have been 55 61 and 60 cents respectively 17 When I came into office as County Judge there were 300 miles of pikes to be kept up by the county as well as all the dirt roads There was in addition to this interest to be provided on 7000000 worth of turnpike bonds also 11200000 railroad bonds as well as the following amount qf deficit 1256473 for the court house improvements new bridges pikes etc besides the smallpox claims for the year 1001 18 The first year of my term the county appropriated 120000 to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary and each year since 80000 and the last year 1003 and 1904 the county has had a scourge of smallpox the like of which has not been known before in this county For this expense 5 cents was levied on each 10000 of taxable property for the present year Answer to Nos 16 17 and 18 These deal in generalities and signify nothing special except as the enormous levies under Judge Turpins administration I had pretty much the same things to contend with except pikes and small pox Nothing of record bears out his claim that there was a dellcitnof 1256473 Had he published annually a financial statement of the county as required by law Gen Statutes Sec 1846 showing its assets and liabilities the people might be able to judge of the accuracy of this statement Here again we see an exhibition of derelic tion of duty What would be thought of a bank that failed to comply with the law requiring publication of its financial condition 19 Judge Ghenanlt charges that 90000 each year is paid out for guarding prisoners in jail r This is a mistake 90000 is appropriated each year to pay the men who work thecounty prisoners on the pikes and public roads of thecounty This work keeps in good condition twentyone miles of pikeor three miles on each of the seven pikes leaving Richmond and sometimes more This money has to be appropriated in advance because men can not work the pikes all the time without payment at least monthly The books in my office and the treasurers office show to whom and where every cent of this 90000 has been paid out These books are free for inspection by any one Answer to 19 I deny that I ever charged that 900 each year is paid out for guarding prisoners in I have charged and I repeat it that there is no legal authority anywhere for Judge Tftrpin to distribute any amount to guard prisoners without he makes a PUBLICATION of the amount paid to EACH guard and to WHOM said amount was Sec 1846 Gen Statutes above referred to explicitly requires the publication not in a Judges pri vate ledger in a newspaper if one is published in the county showing a list of aJI claims the amount thereof and to whom It is preposterous to invite taxpayers to come to the Judges office to get information about claims that the Jaw commands shall be published And why is Judge Tnrpin so solicitous about appropriating money in advance for prison guards when there are hundreds of pike and dirtread workers outside of the threemile limit under his personrl control who are compelled to wait from 12 to 15 months or soil their claims at a heavy discount Whymake fish of one and fowl of another Who are these favored few Will you not furnish the public with their names and the amount paid each guard as required byawi 20 My distinguished opponent thinks I am incompetent to fill this office but he did not think so when the Democrats were called on to furnish a candidate that wasnt afraid to run against Hon E C Million He then acquiesced in my candidacy and I put up all I had to run and defeat this splendid gentleman and help the demoralized party out of the rut into which he had led it when he permitted lion E T Burnam to lead him to defeat and carry our party with him Answer to Number 20 I deny that lever thought Judge Tnrpin competent to fill the office I did ac qulesc in his candidacy and give him my loyal support AtlEn he received Ihe nomInation from At hIs In 1901 Judge Turpin had a united Democracy witb a nomino forevery office from Judge to Coroner and not he but the entire ticket can boast of the victory won The party had been pulled out of a rut four long years before Judge Turpin made his race by electing complete set of Democratic officials headed by the lamented Judge PHSullivan in 1896 Whereas when I was defeated in 1895 for the Legislature together with Hon John D Goodloe for State Senatorthe nomination coming to us both as unsouctht honorswe bad no solid county ticket behind us nor a united party at our backs Our party bad been disruptea over the currency question and we sought to stay the tide of a revolution that not only carried us down but resulted in the deteat of our candidates for State offices Congressman and Judge of the Court of Appeals In that memorable campaign Judge Goodloe and myself made a great for our party with no hope of pecuniary reward and it comes with poor taste from Judge Turpin to say that I led the party to defeat 21 I am a poor man but I have tried to do my duty have tried to be honest and serve the people How well I havesucceded am willing for the Democrats to say on September 24th Answer to Number 21 There is no wide disparity between our respective financial conditions It is pure demagogery for a man to parade his poverty as a recommendation for office or as a cloak for his incompetence Admitting that Judge Turpin has tried to do my duty tried to be honestand serve the people have I not shown by his own records tha ho has been grossly extravagant and notoiiously incompetent Have I not shown that be is totally unacquainted with the orders of his court proven by a comparison ofhis figures with the copy of his own levy lie says he made a levy of 2 cents as a Sinking when the copy shows no such levy was made Ho sap he made a levy of 6000 for working dirt roads when the copy shows he only levied for 3000 He says he made a levy of 31 cents to pay interest on turn pike bonds when in fact he made a levy of S cents All of which shows he does not know how really has served the people Having answered here and in my speech Saturday every statement made in Judge Turpins card I must now call attention to his singular failure to refer to the most serious charge I have made against him viz The unwarranted and illegal practice of Judge Tur pin allowing himself to act as Supervisor of Roads and drawing the pay therefor as mayycontinuance our leaving to us the burden of meeting the interest annually on this enormous debt and be queath to our children the payment of the principal unless Judge Turpins indefensible practice is stopped Notwithstanding my wild desire to be County Judge I have offered to quit the race for this office if he would correct this one illegal practice but he will not Despite his exhibition of incompetence and extravagance and total disrgard of the law my opponent appeals for an endorsent of his acts Should the Democracy decree to endorse the career of an officer I have felt it my duty to expose with facts and figures to support my every charge I shall always feel I have performed a public servicealbeit a most disagreeable one But I do not believe tho sane Democracy of this great county will set its faceagainst the correction of the evils that cry out for redress I realize that Madisons Democracy is generous but I also know that it is just and will fearlessly perform its duty not only to our 6200 voting population but to the widows and orphans and nonresident taxpayers who have no voice in the government of our affairs Whether or not I should have yielded to demands from all parts of the county to expose and if possible remedy these wrongs 1 am willing for the Democracy to say on Sep tember 24 t Respectfully JOHN C GHfiNAULT Illegality of Acts of Judge Turpin The Law AgalnsCTfceir Working Turnpikes Etc A few weeks since I wrote an article addressed to the members of the Dem ocratic party In which I stated that J believed that the manner IB which our turnpikes were worked by the Fiscal Court was illegal and altogether wrong I contend that JutMe Turpin as tim presiding Judge of that Court was re for the wrong done the people nisible since often been confronted with the statement that it was only my that it was illegal and wrong and possibly rmight be mistaken For the benefit of all concerned I here qliQtQ tb jtwt which to me i5 99 clear 0 p that I do not sea how my contention can be questioned No member of the Fiscal Court shall be interested directly or indirectly or be concerned in any contract for work to be done or material to be furnished for the county or any district thereof nor purchase or be interested in any claim against the county or State Any member of the Fiscal Court who shall violate the provisions of this seC- tion shall upon conviction be fined not less than five hundred dollars nor more than five thousand dollars for each ofiense Kentucky Statutes chapter 52 section 1844 DIVIESS COUNTY CVB GOODWIN 1 Supervisor of roadsPower to appoint County JudgeThe Fiscal Court of a county has no authority un CountyJudge 7 supervisor of roads andbeing a court of limited authority its action in doing is void 2 SameAction br taxpayer A taxpayer of the county suing for him self and all other taxpayers may main thin an action to prevent the payment to the County Judge of the salary of supervisor of roads These provisions do not contemplate CountyJudgethe contrary they contemplate that the County Judge is to hold the super visor to a strict responsibility and that to protect the interests of the county there must be the concurrent judgment of both the Conuty Judge and the an pervlsorm important matters PULA8KI COUNTY SKARS Filed January 12 1904 Not to be re t ported 1 Bonds Powers of Fiscal Court c yyy7 7 7f71 7F FIF F It 1 JUST RECEIVEDuu f It J OUR SWEEP = OUT SALE IS OVER but we will continue to sell Low Shoes at reduced prices See our + Bargain Counter of Shoes and Oxfords 1 50 2 2 50 and 3 Shoes for 79p 99c and 149 f = tI W 1j Rice and ArnoldTHE ONE PRICE HOUSE v W I 1 ffi 71 71 71 I7F F 7 Where the Fiscal Court of a county adopted a system of working public reads by taxation it had no to invest the County Junge with general supervision of the same nor confer authority upon the justices of the various magisterial districts as assistants and then allow them pay for such services 2 Same of roadb The statutes permit the appointment of a supervisor or roads but the Fiscal Court cannot create a different office or same office with differeit name fill it by electing themselves and then vote themselves Day for their services 25 Law Reporter page l681 and 1381 Judge Turpin styles himselt Super visor and has allowance made to him self as such See Fiscal Order Book No 2page493- Read and for yourselves whether or not I was justifiable in opinionJOHN C CHENAULT Madison County Court I May Term r May 17 h 1894 J Court met c with J O Chenault Judge and the following Justices Wm Willis D P Armer J S White G B Million R R Wells J A Tnrpin Wm Benton J W Monrec Douglas Young G B Thorpe Fl D Mitchell Alex Moore J C Adams N B Coy R D Carpenter J A Han J S Ktapp and Albert Whitlock I js ordered unanimously by the Court that the following levy be and is made for the year 1891 vowir 1 For each tithe listed in said Coun ty 150 2 To pay Madison county subscription to R N I B R R Company 2i cents on each 100 worth of assessed property in said county 3 To pay subscription made to incorporated Turnpike at this Term of Court six cents on each 100 worth ot assessed property in said countv 4 To pay general appropriation at this Term of Court 12 cents on each 100 worth of assessed property in said county 5 To pay the improvements and reo pairs made upon Madison Conhty Court House lOt cents on each flO worth of assessed property in all making a totality of 31 J cents on acli S100 of assessed property in said county and 150 poll tax the Sheriff of Madison county is directed to collect taxes during ensuing year in accordance with this order A COPY ATTEST JESSE COBB C M 0 C COPY OF LEVY Madison County Court May Term May 16th 1904 J Court met Ac with N B Turpin Judge and the following Justices present J D Dykes Thos Williams J R Berry N M Broughton W A Johnson James Lunsford Collins Coy and D T Bogie It is ordered that the County levy a rate of taxation for the year of 1904 shall be as follows 1 On each tithe one and 50100 dol lars 1150 also an advalorum tax of sixty cents is levied on each 100 worth of taxable property in Madison county distributed as follows 1 To pay interest on turnpike bonds five 5 cents on each 100 worth of tax able property 2 To pay railroad bonds and inter est on same ten 10 cents on each 100 worth of taxable 3 To pay for the construction ol turnpikes two 2 cents on each 100 worth qf taxable property 4 To lor repair and maintaining turupikesfiftPen ID cents on each 100 worth property v 5 To pay for working district roadR three 3 cents on each 100 worth oi taxable property 6 To small pox epidemic five 51ceqts on each worth of taxable property 7 To pay for general purposes twen ty 20 cents on each 100 worth ol taxable property A COPY ATTEST JESSE COBB Clerk by C L Bums D O Fiet DeBclls KidneT fills Cut this out and get a fullsize box of DeBells Kidney Pills absolutely fret Delay may mean death DeBellV Kidney Pills will cure you Send at once to C W Beggs Sons Co Sta tion C Chicago III This offer is good for 30 days only For sale by B L Middelton sept I desire to sell privately my housf and lot on High street new with modern improvements 7slm Mrs Knrr Dafotu Cannot be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafiif and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the enstachtan tube When this tube is in flamed have a rumbling sound or Impertect hearing and when it is en tirelyclosed deafness in the result and unless theinflanmation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases out of ton are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu eons services- We will give One Hundred Dollars or any case of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by hails Oatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by The Halll FwiPr Pjlt re the bt T1 rent Our New Fall Line 7Jf of Hats 0 Ir 07f Wobav aU latest novelties in stiff the prices are right Ccinie d be among thefirst to the now I 7lr If you Love your Wife r Dont Her A Buy her Gas Range This no Joke J6 a Chopping wood forwi breakfast 7am TrvinR to nurse the firethe kindling wot news papers all burned patience J J c fibreakfastBluer whetstone What the remedy A ADetroit Jewel Gas Range Raven whispers only that and nothing A more 11 a m Days work lost Off for Gall Oflico 12 n Selecting a Gas Range from the large stock displayed A 1 p Demonstrations and explanations very satisfactory LJ Purchase made at car cost prices No charge for pipinar setting 2pm Range on the to tne home no delay Work and A Range uptodate l 3 p m Street service and piping nearly finish Comp c workmen pushing the installation tentj meals 4 p m Workcompleted with light over stove for early and 5 p Full instructions and demonstrations given with a full A of printed inntructionHwith a large assortment of cooking receipts fc 6 p m A full and perfectly cooked homo piping the op upper ami lower all complete at the same hotfromjwaiting With peace and happiness prevailing with the smoke and romp with the little ones c RichmondWater Light Co HERE AGAIN 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 slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hoes that can procured My stock of Cured meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given killingbutwork and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John AllmanMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone II3 ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal 3rd Street opposite A Depot TELEPHONE 425 Telephone GrowthThe Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has Augusthndfollows 5SNumberadded 2911Net 557 Total number subscribers August31 1904114105 IN OUR SAFE DEPOSITVAULTS we afford the best possible protection for those valuable papers keep sakes thatjewelryoranj thing else 0 value keepsuchTwo to ooxyuurcoursIt get Bos s for u Ion aSiayea- rState Bank 1Trust Co Richmond Ky P1la i I J the soft and hatS ina woorF i Roast a j Is m exhausted m than a is The m load way m line meal ovens CI I be I A L f We are authorized to announce forSheriffofthe action of the Democratic party = =The M a Parrish School ol Phoii ngrapbv Hobson Euiidizig Laest in struction Positions secured tor pupils l tC Lro l IWJjt1 1 I ipsrs Frasa Urog d 7 An Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until September 11 make special prices on Anything in our large Vehicle stock 1 Dont fail to sec our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone en et eaTTaI a l10T s RIGHMOND KYePHONE 232 tnn5 rQp Frasa Bros MAIN STBEET PHONE IBS 1 FRESII Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY SEP 21 1904 Saturday will be Primary Election A E Smiths celebrated Kanawha Sal w sold only by L R Blanton tf Rubber stamps ink pads dstors etc see Gordon d Reid Climax office Wilton Jellioo Coal sold only by 1 R Hlanton Phone 86 tf tA twostory residence on one of nU the principal restdenee streets of RMkaMmd Yard garden and HI necy oaUmildtags Great bargain Price tt5M IEumine our e leant display of i88 etc before making a M We are wiling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works I S L Midkiff Prop We purchased our vehicles to sell priceiwe d von an everlasting friend and custo PropiLOST on Monday Sept B a steer almiit 2 years old weighs from 700 to s iMMUMls hair mark on left hip A lilicral reward will be paid for any information leading to recovery Will W Gay f 2t Winchester Ky 4 + 4+ ++++ +++ N++ + + + J Geo M Will Ygsupplies your paint t wants with- BLACK 1 t MAMMY J + N ++ ++ ++ 4 + +++ + 4 + 4 f+ N Hogs Far Sate good feeders apply toNopntftve J W Herndon White Station Ky 2t WlntedI in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or corn minion Address Lincoln Oil Co nevelpnd Ohio fPubli Sale I will offer to the highest bidder at my iiiuiie about two miles from Lowell u spoon ville pike on Thursday Oct 6t04 at Htoclfick a in the following prop erty Alxmt 100 head of cattle con nint inar of 75 yearlings twoyear olds and tlucveiirolds the remainder cows aloes and yearling heifers about 200 hiiiH consisting of large hngsSiws and pigs pedigreed Poland China boar Hereford bull 1 large mare work mule selfbinder Chattanooga disc plow iiw harrow cultivator scraper and a It of other farming implements be twp n 4000 and 6000 hales of hay Terms made known on day of sale W1 Gillispie IWtill Kentucky t Something to When you have nice- Clothes why ruin the effect with inferior LaundryHave Shirts Collars and Cuffs laundried by the Laundry in Ky The M N Laundry Z T RICE Agt qomceRlce ac Arnolds Shoe Store Phone ofChargeLaundry sent out twice a weekMon days and Wednesdays returning on Thursdays and Saturdays For Rent Livery Stable now occupied by Joe Collins on Irvine St Large airy stable with 40 stalls Possession can be given Nov 1 For particulars call on E C Milllion 4t Richmond Ky Lost On Monday Sept 121 left a red pocketbook lying on the platform back ot Bronston Bros Saloon The book Contained 5 in money and four notes mounting to nearly J500 For return of book and contents to this office will viva 10 reward otherwise So 2t Notice to ShOt Wearers Mr Edw Franken represenring the Potter Shoo Co will be at the Hotel Glyndon on Sept 23 and 24 with a nil line of samples of mens womens andchildrens footwear A cordial invitation is extended to the people of Richmond and vicinity to call and inspect them during that time Potter Shoe Co Cincinnati Ohio BIRTHS JONKS To the wife of Thornton Jones of Covington uu eight pound girlAunie Elizabeth The Golden Glery of Autumn Is Radically Re llected in our MageIfi ent Showing of New Fall Silks and Dress Stu fs Our Silk and Dress Goods Selections u the opening of each new season in varibly receives the preference of the most fastidious dressers in Richmond The styles weaves and fabrics with heir rich Autumnal Colorings are note than usually attractive this season and will meet with the unquali Zed approval of our patrons Many of mr first arrivals are exclusive novel tips and of course not to be duplicated igain this season Early choosing in iraribly means hest choosing We nvite you to call and see many of the seasons popular shades White Gibson Richmond K- yMATRIMONIAL REEVESSHUT Mr William Reeves and Miss Jennie Shipp surprised their riends by getting married on last Tuesday at the residence of Elder L J that clergyman perform ng the ceremony Both room are wel known hero and have man v friends who wish them unbounded happiness They have gone to housekeeping in the brides pretty new cottage on Moberley Ave EADsMcSwAiN Mr Herman Eade and Miss Ida McSwain both of this city were married last Saturday by Elder A J Tri- bbleForSale I will seU privately my farm 4J miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creak pike known as the Jas Farlev place contain lIJ 245 acres with nice Groom hvelling and apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison county and will produce corn hemp and tobacco The farm linemen in bluegrass for 16 years Price r50 per acre TW MASTERS iseptt Richmond Ky rr EATWis ill ways an Vntdrestin subject especially wnen Jyou know where to find such We huve everything i tJin season in the grocery line t Green Vegetables aUr kinds of t Canned Goods Fruits1 Candiest d in fact everything that can be found in a first class grocery We call special attention to our line J y of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J I FIELD ANDC- GARDENL a J n SEEDSeGIVE a i Harbor rlipely Successors to E Deatherage Co d rrq rr rlfl4 Newest Styles in U RATS4 2 Hats in our big stock to suit every t2 face figure and complexion Soft hats stiff hats hats of every shape and kindsizes up to 7 34 Quality guaranteed in everyone Price range 5gH 5 dKye For Sal Emhrv Arbuckle Richmond Ky Phone 227a Jf roriale A nice two storyframe residence in Irvine adjoining Estill Springs proper ty The residence contains seven rooms with all necessary outbuildings For particulars call on or address J B Broaddus Panola Ky 7sp 4m Notice to Cemocratic Voters Having been unable to make a thoro canvass of the county in the interests of my candidacy for Assessor I tree this method of notifying the Democracy of Madison county that I nm in the race to see the finish I made the race four years ago with an entry of six candidates receiving over votes of the 2750 met which placed me second on the list I came so near winning the nomination before I feel that the De mocracy of Madison sliouM rally to my support and make me the Democratic nominee for the important office of Assessor of Madison county in which event I pledge the faithful discharge of all the duties required under the oath of this office Thanking all friends and supporters for whatever assistance has been given me in this and other races I subscrible myself your servant John S Long Why He Pushes It B L Middelton Recommends and rushes MIoD1i The Dyspepsia Remedy Its a pleasure to sell a medicine when my customers come afterwards and tell me how much good it has done them said B L Aliddelton the popular druggist to a Climax man andI that is why like to sell and recommend Mi ona the dyspepsia remedy- I have so much n article that I am going to guarantee jt in the futuro and will return the money to any purchaser of Mio 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 wlio 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 cure his dyspepsia he can withdraw his money on returning the empty box TJis shows great faith in the merit of Miona It is really n 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 cures dyspepsia regulates the digestion and enables those who use it to eat just what they want and when they want with no fear of trouble Forty Votes for Parker in One Madison County Family General E T Nelson the well known and efficient attacbeof the City Fire Department is in recelpt of tine following letter from Judge Alton B Parker Democratic nominee for President R08 mont Esopag New York August 25 1901 Gen E TNelsonrRichmond Ky Dear SIrI want to thank youJor your very kind and Interesting letter of the 21th and for your assurances of support It Is very mush appreciated Forty votes is a good showing out of one family Very truly yours Alton B Parker The CUHAX has the letter in its Dossessibn and it is genuine beyondthe suspicion ofa doubt The facts leading up to the receipt of this highly prized epistle from the distinguished New Yorker are as follows as told to us by Judge Rice About three weeks ago General Nelson was telling iv crowd of friends about the City Hall how many Democratic voters there were in Iris family brothers brothers Inlaw etc The count resulted in the astonishing number of forty Arid to cap the climax General Nelson remarked Not only are there forty of ns for Par ker and Davis but part of the family are named Parker and part of them are Davises which is all true as citizens here The Idea suggested itseif at onco to the quick wit of Judge Kice that Gen Nelson write the Democratic nominee about the matter which General did and the above letter is the net result to date However the CLIMAX predicts a shower of genuine prosperity for Gen Nelson should Parker be elected fo he is pretty certain to rememberthe in cident when General comes around rail at the White House with Judge Rico and Clarence Woods for sponsors on Marph 4 next r 1 1 BUY YOUR FALLj 1 r SUIT EARLYBe the first to put on new clothes Come tow while our stock is at its bestandassort ments unbrokel1I i Never have we shown so splendid a collection of Fall and Winter Suits as now Weve bought bigger and better for our growing demand The newest things in rich brown mixtures so popular this fall and are here in great styleNo 3 what your shape or build Lets try them on fi Prices to suit everybody and but one price to all 5 J 500 800 900 1000 1250 1400 1500 1800 and 2000 f 1 I NEW FALL SHOES Need Shoes If so heres the place to find tern Biggest stock of mens and boys Footwear in Madison county best quality 1 best prices The new fall and winter dress shoes are ready in such famous brands as Hunans 9 WalkOver Florsheim 9 f Billwell in all the newest lasts and finest leathers at 250 to 600and the best of Work Shoes at 125 to 250r soft easy and durable Try our shoes i COVINGTON AND BANKS 2ttStStHoward Stock Company I We are pleased to annonnce to the patrons of this paper that through the efforts ot Managers Juett and Baxter of the I O 0 F Opera House the Howard Stock Co has been engaged to appear here for three nights commenc ing Thursday Sept 22 This company enjoys the distinction of being the highest class repertoire company playing in South this season Last season they played in all the larger cities of the East and gave universal satisfac tion Their opening play here is a very pretty pastoral drama entitled Home Sweet Home This is considered one of their strongest pieces and throughout this action of the play there is a strong vein of comedy which never fails to please The specialties are the best that can be obtained num boring among them Miss Burdi Car tram the pocket edition of Marie Dress her Mr Jack West comedian and songster Jeanre Ellsworth in a high class musical act and a firstclass run of life motion pictures Everyone should see this company during their short stay in our city Prices 10 20 and 80 cents Ladies night Thursday aiglit 15 cents admits lady to best reserved seats Matinee for the ladies and children Saturday afternoon at 230 A Soldiers Sweetheart Adults 20 cents Children 10 The Ashland Independent Tuesday September 13th says The Howard Stock Company broke the record last night the largest crowd ever known in the history of Ashland over 800 paid admissions at the Ashland Theater The company is by far the largest and best repertoire company ever in this city The specialties are highclass Mr Wests voice is good and he knows how to use Bouquet FlourFrasa Bros At The New Opera House For Her Husbands Sake Thii is one of the big bills the Jack Halt stead Stock Co will present during their engagement in this city It is a play that has used a sensation where over it has been presented It has at acted attention by reason of its uni thedramacharacter It is said to bo a great mor al lesson but in dramatic form The story concerns the adventures fff Mrs Dorothy Pemberton the wife ot a New York mild maire This young woman loves her husband devotedly but he is so immersed and absorbed by business that he leaves her instead to the vil lainous friend a scoundrel named Charles Wadsworth who seeks to accomplish the wifes ruin The wife is recalled to her love and duty through the instrumentality of her daughter Mazie The comedy element is sup plied by Sally Cohen a Hebrew Susie Twinkle a New York show girl audT Darlington Dashawiiy a typical chap pie There are four acts and seven scenes in the play allof which are laid in New York and which show such familiar places as the front of Trinity church the Riverside drive and the Millionaires Club The company opens there engagement here Thursday Sept 22 The companys specialties consists of new Illustrated Songs new Moving Pictures and 10 Specialty acts nightly Prices 10 20 and 30 cents Ladies admitted free on the opening flight under the usual conditions Matinee Saturday for Ladies and Children 10 cents anywhere in the house Seats now on sale at the Ladles Exchange in the Hobson building You will Find a Car Load oj rAGE FENCE rat J J Moores Whites Sta tion Ky All wishing to bu Fence will please call on MJ Moore c Stomach Dosing will not Cure Only way to Cure Catarrh Is by Breathing Bronte Ask any physician if 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 curedI by blood purifiers pills orIother forms of stomach dosing only sensible and scientific way of cur tug catarrh is by the use of HyomalI Breathed for a few minutes four or five times a day through ahard rub ber inhaler that Is so small that it can be carried in the vest pocket Hyomei will absolutely destroy all catarrhal germs and cure the disease Catarrh can nevet exist where Hyomei is used It has a twofold action destroying the disease germs in the air passages and lungs and soothing and healing the inflamed mucous membrane- B L Middelton one of the most reliable druggist in Richmond is giving hS personal guarantee with every package of Hyotiiei ho sells that it will effect a cure or he will return the money He has had scores of reports of remarkab cures of both acute and chronic cases of Catarrh by Hyomei The complete Hyomei outfit costs end comprises an inhaler a bottle of Hyomei and a dropper The inhaler will last a life time and additional bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for 60c Hurrah for the Big Circus Mrs Hal P Headley one of Lex ingtons most popular women died Sunday after a months illness from typhoid fever Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt county and B F French of Winches tar who were tried in Ml Sterling charged with subornation of perjury have been acquited by the jury that tried them Show Week This week is proving to be almost PS full up with shows as last week was only a little more of a variety and not so much spieling Last night a min strel at the Grand Opera House today Forepauch Sells Brother great circus and all the rest of the week the Howard Stock Company will hold sway at the Grand while at the New Opera bonne there will be attractions the same nights Verily amusements lovers have no room to complain The Street Fair Last week was a gala week for Rich mond The town was turned over to the Red Men for thniraunual fair A good carnival company consisting of about ten rood shows furnished attractions for the enormous crowds that thronged the streets from early morn until late at night Music which formed an im portant factor was furnished by our own band under the leadership of Professor Harry Kunz Every body attended the fair and every body had a good time Farm Fer Rrnt The Gilbert farm on Muddy Creek six miles from Richmond containing stock to graze this fall Grass and water good toW 0 Chenanlt 24a4t Moberly Ky PERSONAL Mr Mat Cohcn and little daughter Anne Bennett are visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Cohen ih Versailles Mrs James H Brookshire entertain ed at supper Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Eugene Land Miss Marga ret Cassell Spears Miss Flora Ray burn Richmond and W E Chase city Valley View Argent Mrs Annie English has returned from a visit to her brother Thornton Jones of Covington Misses Lila Deatherage and Margaret Phelps and Col Carl Doathcr arc at home from the Worlds Fair Mrs Hattie Campbell and Master Tames Carlton Deatherage are back from a delightful iiojourn in Shelby countyDavid Shearer if Clay W Vat came home this week took his Mrs IL Juett Misses Majme Campbell and Kubjtf Baxter left yes g fir Ashland Ky wherethe go as delegates from MIl lion Lodge to attesji tho State Aescrn bly which coayewfc today 1 TiA I sisters Misses Bcttie and Sallie Shear er of White Hall to the Worlds Fair Miss Bessie Elkin who has been the attractive guest of Miss Bessie Turlev left Friday for her home in Louisville Mrs J W Crates will return Friday from a visit to her relatives in New CastleMr Overton Evens of Brush Creek spent Saturday mid Sunday with relatives here Mr and Mrs William Mellon ol College Hill have returned from the Worlds Fair Mr John B Ohenault of Tempest Va is here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Sr Mr Bland Ballard of Danville has reinativesMrs J W Bales entertained last Thursday night with a delightful Flinch party Elegant refreshments were und the evening most pleasantly spent by all the guests presentMrs Lena Baldwin Shanks of Stan ford spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin near town Misses Annie and Ellen Engles have as their guest this week Miss Lillian Austin of Paris Miss Barnes of Kicliolasvillc was the pleasant guest last week of Miss Lelia Harris Miss Mollie Fife entertained at euchre last Monday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Stapleton of Fay ette Mo Miss Ethelyn Stone of Santa ROja- Californlals the charming quest of Mies Laura Bright Misses Lilllian McGuire and Hattie Gourley were tin Richmond this week to attend the fair Beattyyijle News Miss Margaret Clayton came home from Richmond Wednesday after visiting for several days with Mrs Allepe Jackson Boggs Bcattyville News Mrs Sam Tudor and Miss Jndeth Tudor were guests Monday of Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Professor and Mrs C Rucker Adams who have been Visiting relatives here and in the county returned last Thurs Inv to Owensboro to resume the Physical Culture work Mrs H L Perry is spending a few davs with Mrs W G Morgan in Lex ington Mrs Morgan was formerly Miss Anna Frazee of this city Rev John E Moss of New Castle Ky will preach at thin Methodist church next Sunday morning aqd evening September 25th All are invited to hear him Rev Moss ilia gifted speaker and has filled some very im portant charges He is well known here being a brother of Mrs J W CratestoMrs Thomas Curtis entertained the Kirksville Flinch Club ou last Friday morning at ten oclock The club num hers twentyfonr members and much interest is manifested Mrs Curtisiis an ideal hostess and her entertaiument of last Friday was up to the standard An elegant lunch added to the enjoy ment of her guests Mrs Thomas Thorpe entertained at an elegant six oclock dinner on last Thursday Covers were laid for the following Misses Sarah and Joe Wager Saean Deatherage Mayrrie Pickets Stella Adams Mary Miller Bessie Elkin of Louisville and Messrs Finch Chas FraserJack WagersJaraes Wagers Allen Zaring RO Lack- oyandWhlte After partaking the delightful menu beautifully served the young people engaged in a guessing contest which resulted in Miss Mary Miller winning the prize Miss Minnie Dykes entertained in i charming manner on Saturday night in honor of Miss Stapleton of Fayettte Mo The house was prettily decorated Tor the occasion and brilliant with cl ectric lights The feature of the even ing was the observation partynshicb resulted in the ladys prize a cut lass vase going1 to Miss Stone The ten tlenians prize a Stein was wonby Mr Ferrell while Mr Alex Denny captured the consolation prize which was a dainty scarf pin An elegant luncheon was served after which roosk was indulged which roved a finale to a most enjoyable evening Among those present were Mrtv W S Oldham and two guests Miss Afoc Winkle of Danville and Miss Carroll of New Castle Miss Mollie Flit and guest Miss Stapleton of Faydtte Mo Miss Laura Bright and guest Miss Stone of Santa Rcxiii California and Mrs Clara Akerfi Messrs Ferrell aCtameeTdbt Browers Wood Sale We Have Concluded to go out of the Wood Mantel business and are now offering our large stockof Mantels Tiles and Grates at cost Each Mantel is marked in plain figures complete with tile and grate I We offer these goods for immediate acceptance and ad vise that you call as early as possible and make your selec tion t Cash ONLY No periodi caI tickets will be tak- enffirowerCo VIAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky Boys Outfits f1All thats needed for boys wardrobe will be found in our juvenile departmentneweststyles Suits Overcoats Hats Caps Shoes Boots- Underwear Ties CollarsandJ t forget Black Cat Stock iings the strongest and best made for boys and girls J J iil yearI Mantel Dont Blame the Cook Because your Meat is not Satisfactory s Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore we are in a position to furnish you the best quality ofmeats at prices you pay for inferior meats If you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing department is complete in every respect with new and modem machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respectfully f Douglas Culton Telephone 125 Main Street E3 E3 El E3 El E3 El E3 j E3 E3 E3 E3 iJ a o o 3 0 0 o n a o o Q o oeD fit l El El- u El E3 FREE p Weigarten Bros of New York will give a C3 Free Attractiont3 in McKees large show window beginJning the night of September 8thand a continuing one week r3- El Eh 0 E3 IGE3 iJJt LyiiiiiL jfl1L zk JDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c v c ti 4 H1 r F1H tfI r Ip piI IH a f1 r r q i Th 11OOOO ACRESIN TIlE DEVILS LAKE RESERVATIONO- PEN FOR SETTLEMENT in the entrylorDEVILS LAKE NORTH DAKOTA Registration for the lands open for settlement begins at the Devils Lake North Dakota Land Office AUGUST 8th AND CONTINUES UNTIL AUGUST 20th Drawings for these lands are also made at Devils Lake Land Office AUGUST 24th and continues for sixty days Lands must be located by SEPTEMBER Gth Applicants must be present in person and the only railway to Devils Lake where the Land Office Is located is the GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYSe- nd 2 cents postage for folder giving detailed Information with map of reserva tion what the government requirements are etc For further Information and railway rates address MAX BASS F I WHITNEY General immigration Agent General Passenger and Ticket Agent 220 So Clark St CHICAGO ILL ST PAUL AlNNI There is nothing like GOOcFLOUREvery housewife every cook knows that Good cakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY ze 7ipIsvieScAooi 30f Bos a fsG P Simmons PrincIpal NARK 1 PKKKAM Aa t Pita MISS ADA ALLEN Frfe Dt of Mink Incidental Fees AH Grades 50 cents per Term AH fees Payable in Advance Tuition Fees B Primary Si000FerTerni A frtMT 15 00 GraMar 15 00 A Grammar 15 00 Jtifk MM 20 00 Peputatat rf Music IsdwJfeg- iMtrmcats fw Practice 20 00 yoorOurwhat school you will patronize that Kirksville has four churches and NO SALOONS We solicit patronage from people who wish their children con trolled aad no others can be secured at following ratqs From Monday to Friday 1 75 Fall Week 2 50 Send for Catalogue and Investigate G P SIMMONS Principal KIRKSVlLLEtKY iILt Buy COAL Now Everything in the COAL situation points to higher prices and it will pay you well to place your orders NOW either for temparary purposes or for the winter and while youre getting COAL you might as well order from the Beattyville and thus avoid any uncertainty about Quality Quantity or Price The Beattyville guarantees all threeBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr Tel J 84 Yards Aspen ave I i CLOTHES WJ1 z G uz s Z THAT FITThat is the kind we rnake We handle only the best the newest and most stylish goods We can please the most fastidious castes Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and pri- cesJStnffer Mahler TAILORS rL rm J p j Iiil1II11r 4I MANLESS LAND r R LANDLESS MAW A C anti for him whose acreage is limited because he culti vaLes a highpriced farm There are vast tractsfJ In The Great tr within stones throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation Jwhich are practically man less and can oe secured at onefifth to Jonetenth the market price per acre of an Old State farm Write TerritoryOklnhtHl1lVery Low Round Trip Rates A to any Southwestern point every Tuesday jf in SpUmber and the first ad third Tuesdays n October and November 1 Gpo H Lee fitGen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark H cDistCincinnati Ohio I Spring is Comin I That means spring cleaning and a general renovating of everything Everyhousewife will want something new in the way of Wl1JiVIIDllmrnWpIJ 1 i to freshen up her home fox summer We have every thing and enything in the Furniture line from the smallest piece up to the most mass- iveBetkoom 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 themost up to date manner Giye us a call whether you want to buy or not W Si OLDHAM W and keep our trade by esellinggood material at low prices and by making prompt shipments Lexington Lumber and Manufacturing Co E Main c O R R Lexington Kentucky ffiffi I Iid Final Reckoning on Summer foods I Some of the Rarest Bargains of the entire season go into this WIND UP SALE I o Competition Totally Eclipsed iL F Dont let delay rob you oi your shared Watch for our Preliminary + FALLShOfODS This Sale means to you a saving of Dollars r WE NEED THE ROOMER iii White and Gibson sy ffi ffi y Big Hill Coal Co RETAIL YARD Estillave near L N Depot Old Christian property ALNITE COALBest and Cheapest Buy your winter supply now and save money Phone 93H R BARKER Agt Save Yoluf Tin Roofs From Vat sant Kitchen ampayny Manufacturers ot Yellow Poplar Lumber Ashland Ky January 6 1904 KyGentlewenReplylng of even date in regard to Clammy Pa nt will say that about five years ago I had occa sion to repaint my hOuse and stable my house lit ilin time was covered with tin and the stable was also covered with tin and Ibought Black Mammy Paint and had it put on Before that time I bad had to paint every two years but since that time I have had no recommendItDictated Youts truly RMVR8t fer 5Me 1 J IJi Uj1 1 f SECRETSAt the Pric of Suffering Woman on her to semiiavalidism caused by prtgnancysuffers much pair Ignorance prompts to suffer alor Li silence ana in jthe dark as to the true causemoUlerbooi- Mothers Friend takes the doctor place and she has no cause for an inter She is her own doctor and ha modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast throughout pregnancy will enable her to undergo the gestation ina cheerful and rest undisturbed MotHers Friendi- s a liniment for external use only It would indeed be shameful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessary to the successful issue of healthy children All women about to become mothers nted send only to a drug store and for jioo secure the prize childbirthremedy Healthy babies are the result of useing Mothers Friend Our book riotherhood mailed free THE BltADFIEU RECUUTOC Co ATLANTA Sb Hnnoncucmcnts FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON O O GILBERT a candidate for Congress to racceed CongressionalDistrictcratic party We are authorized to announce FRANK TURNER a cahdiditie for Congress from this oftheFOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDQ OCHENAULT totheWe are authorized to announce JUDGE N fortheomceotCoontyaction of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLETCHERtorney subject to the action of the Democraticparty UCROOKSsubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party SHERIFFWe JNO W MadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million subjectWe are authorized to announce H H COt countyparty FOR COUNTY CLERK SECOBBto the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MadlaonConntycratic party OOURRYascounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDERINGERcounty subject to the action of the Democratio party We are authorized to announce N B JONE CountysllJecWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a sllbtMORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPARIUSHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer o11iadtson county sttbject tothe action of the Democratic party IIKENNEDYcountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party e are authorized to announce JR PARKE a candidate for Jailer nf Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRIcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PEDWtotheWe are authorized to annonnce JOHN ofPUbUcthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN countysubject PGOLDENcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party PWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce 8 J GOOD countysubject What is Life In the last analysis nobody knows but we do know that it is under strict law Abuse the law even ilightly pain results Irregular living means derangement of tlin organs resulting iu Con troubleDrthoroughOnlyIm- ML kcie Erasa kpp Has taken a home during the Fair at 43JO Washington Boulevard St Louis Mo azidwill be glad to see her friends Location convenient for both Fair and City KlLLm COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FORCONSUMPTION IIPrl urect and Quickest Cure for all THKOA3C and LUNG TROUB LES or 3COXTET BACK pr gals by J44- OcItLORhid 4i f = 4 Il1y I- IOO Sundayf DemocratFor This will cover the Priisi dential Campaign which promises to he one of the most exciting in history allI9L +Notice YoUI city taxes for lOOt are due and in inv hands for collection You arc kindly requestAd to call andsettle All those that are not paW on or before November 1901 the Jialty prescrib ed bv ordinance will be attached iitslt24a4tfolleector Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute Such in brief was the condition of au old soldier by the uanie ofJ J Havens Versailles O For years he was troub led with kidney disease and neither doctors nor medtcines gave him relief At length he tried Electric Bitters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies I tint on the road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles and all forms of Stomach and Bowel rom plaints Only 50c Guaranteed by R C Stockton druggist 1m GordonReedRubber Stamp Makers Climax office Public Sale of Lands Stock Crop Turpmdeceasedon the premises on the waters of Mud dy Creek Madison one mile from Doylesvillo at 9 oclock a m- on Tuesday Sept 20 04 the tallowing property TRACT ONE goodlandland the balance in grass This farm MargarelNolandwatered and in a fine state of cultivation TRACT TWO is knownas the home place and con talus I66LJ Acres 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 No2 and the farm of David Cherault and contains 2O8 Zicres 35 acres of which is creek bottom land the balance is in grass with some nice timber thereon and IB also well watered At the same time and place the lei lowing stock will be stud 3 Rood mules I brood mare six years old an extra good saddle horse 5 cows and calves 6 two year old steers 2 yearling steers 1 yearling heifer 12 hogs and all kinds of poultry about 300 barrels of corn at heap 600 shocks of fodder 4 stacks of hay and 1 stack of straw 1 twohorse wagon and harness phaeton and harness 1 two horse cortt planter mowing machine cultivator turn plows double shovels plows and many other articles too numerous to mention Household and kitchen furniture Terms which will be liberal will be made known on day of sale For further particulars call on or address Robt Turpin Doylesville J A and ROBT TURPIN Administrators Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer 24- a4tPUblic Sole OF StocktCrop and Farm ing Implements Having sold the farm we will offer at public sale on the James B Miller farm situated on Silver Creek eight miles south of Richmond Ky at 9 oclock mon Wednesday Sept 28 the following described property Six btad 2 yearold steers 16 head Iyear old steers 2 head 1 year old heifers 4 head of good calves 1 extra bull calf S registeredHerefords 121239 he by Acrobat 684GO owned and sold by Oiltner Bros of Eminence Ky for nine thousand 9000 Six ol these cows are snfe In calf to this grand young sire and three others have calves by their side This little herd consists of firstclass stuff and all in Rood condi tion The entire herd can be bought at Pedigreetfurnished Wilton blood is predomitant 1 pair work mules 2 extra jennets one duo to foal i pair extra 2yearold mules 2 brood mares 1 3yearold mare in foal to jack 1 1yearold filly by Haxhall 1 pair 3yearold extra draft horses Also our finn 4yearold combined stall byCurtisGordo dam Lee by Old Peavine the horse has 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 rf 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 iu bale 6 tons extra clover bay a lot of sheaf oats and millet farming implements consisting of 2 2 horse wagons 1 swing wagon 1 Frazier road cart 1 cart and hayloadermowing machine 2 hay rakes harrows plows lorks hoes etc 1 set blacksmith tools 1 new cutting bi x either hand or power 2 corn shellers 1 corn planter check row and drill attachment 1 prairie State incubator and 200 chicken Tftrms made known on dayI ol sale Arbuckle Letcher KYLonFarm FarRent I desirn to rent privately farm four miles north of Kirksville for the year 1905 The farm contains tao Acresten acres for tobacco about 30 acres for corn 80 acres for smiill prain and the remainder in grass On this land is a nice residence tenant house and new tobacco barn and other necessary outtbuildings and is well watered slon given 1 with privilege of o sowing smallgrain Mrs Rkhard Clark 7 PITQNDURGU- 1I1I11 ri j TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale I have in my hand for sale the following farms in Madison county The two farms of Mrs James W Smith the first known as the Hnguely place and containing about 270 acres This place is well fenced watered and is in good condition in eery way hay hug thereon a dwelling and all necessa ry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large yonngorchard cistern and everything that POPS to make a comfortable home Fifty acres in cultivation he rest in blue grass The second known as the CArr place and adjoins tisct No1 and contains about 438 acres residence good enc lug cistern barn orchard and well watered 100 acres in cultivation and the rest inblufl RrIlSRIBotKfofthese farms are on turnpikes and are in onehnlf mile of echo house and one anti one half miles from church and postoffice This is firstclass land in a good community and is a money maker to the one who buys it For further particu larscall on or address L P EVANS 14spp9t Richmond Ky 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 Mjcs Lanra R Bright Wire fence I am agent for the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address JDLONGa- yLl0t1yr RicLmon Ky We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan ners at moderate prices The best rubber tire applyed and guaranteed for one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works tf S L Midkiff Pdoi For Rent Four elegant office rooms either single or en suite John G Taylor Son ISmytf Telephone 292 Hay tever Can Be Cured All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Bunsens Catarrh Cure to refund the money where it fails to cure any case of Hay Fever no mat appliestionCatarrh Cure is a new discovery it is the only hay fever remedy sold on a yoUlCltarrhby B L aiiddelton sept Reward For Watch A liberal re ward for my watch lost at bacLeave fire Open filled case box hinge my St opposite Court House Edward E Weaver One Dollar will bring to your address for the next 12 months both Climax and the Weeklv Courier Journal Such and unpre cedented otTr 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 America should reward the Climax with hundreds of new sub scribers lOO p tAOld subscribers can tak j 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 Fluting Kidney Pains thatlargegoutneuralgiamembers DeBellsKidney Pills cure neverfaileduncertainty about the result of using kidneydiseases salebyTale I desire to say to the people of Madi son county that I have sold lily saloon on First Street to BroiMon Brothers with whom I am not connected in anyway I have opened a saloon on the same street just below Mike Enrighis old stand and I am now ready to ac commodate mv customers Pleas call and see me Rtspt ljan05 W MCIi- EEEMORIAjeri Impure blood always shows thenboilsnerves then nerv ousness depression If the Sarsaparillastomach ofapperlreYour remedy used for 60 years Retuii front me Cuban ear I was aperfect reek My blood was bad and myhealth 8 MpuuU we gone Slut a few bottles of Ayer mILScranton Pa toa bottle All J e TEn Co druuttfor Low it Maa ImpurellIood h therelsUwrch Seats for Sale I have for sale twenty church seats feet long Will sell as a whole separately to suit purchaser Call on or address M Fi ARBUOKIKJ tw Silver kXv More Heat = Less Coal I 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 reduced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or personally- conducted to Squeeze Out AH the heatvalue of coal Dont up the chimney the hot air that ought to go thro house Gases andsmoke are combustibleif the proper means is takeu to insure com bustionThe PeckWilliamson Underfeed Furnace have you call at our store where these Furnaces are on exhi bitionb 0 aS I l Arbuckle Sirnrnos Sole Agents for 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