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I r I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 11VOLUME 32RICHMOND t MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 NUMBER 9 I PHONE 801 WINES CREEKMORE r DRUGS 3 MAIN FIRST t A 7I w- I FFffiffiffiffiffi fE 7 THE i Country LStoret ili IN TOWN Ft+ Lt ASH i+ SELL FO- RCASH+ J rWje handle Groceries Queensware Hardware f Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware 4 Buggiesnmost every V uscdon farm or in kitchen r R m mKpr our CASH PRICEmakes our goods very low when I compared with the credit system v fi WE SELL THE ynhrE U hillea Plutv- the most substantial and easiest running plow in the world Examine and give us your order Fencing Wire Roofing etc T = LffI ry our uict Fashioned7fy Country Meal Cheap KHj Poultry Eggs Hides H and Furs Colyer Bros Phone 237 Main Street + RICHMOND KY J IL I ffi 7t MY NAME 1S THLRMAh On Sausage Row I AndBuys I HALLt r Hair VEGETABLE emewer SICILIAN I Perhaps ypu like your gray lit rj then keep it Perhaps not then remember Kalis Hair K ncvcr always restores color to pray hair Son rotllinO hrfr so uSri 3X2ZtilJa jgJv T7F m1 cLZa c u ty G Simmons President Wt Miss Maud McBurney I University of Chicago A ncienl and Modern lMiytiajg Miss Louise Woodford Covington Brenau College En1Jl Language and Literature Miss Georgia Gremis Kentucky University Vallismatics and Science ItPianoI Miss Elizabeth M Cargile W SElizabeth iTollegennd Oeraril Couservntory of Music Voice and jiano Miss Eleanor Parsons American Institute of Applied Music RewYork i r JnsruienaVMiss Alice M Eu b lkfCooper Union and ewTTorlTBchooI ot A riJ 2Art Department 11it iinieWhite f frjifariiory DeptaftAtnl I Miss Lula tl ebJ Priaay DIPrlnl5 Sttnographyjind Tyjifwfiting r j Elocution TebeioppUi KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all TROUBLES tIp hv R O NtocVton Goden Flora announce to the public thai they received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble and- Granite ever in Richmond Trade at at home where you get the best goods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street tUJ Louisville and- Nashville R R Anylointscllyour baggage Secure sleeping space Oneway tickets on sale dailySpecial ExcursonHome Seekers and Colonists Tickets TimeThroughSleepers tric Lighted Dining Cars WHEN GOING TO TAKh A TRIP Consult your local Agent who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call on or address J W Hamilton Agent KyWM RIGHTAOOT51 Important Memorandum no 4 = r== =pa bygc t h Kinloch Paint is Oil Right cause you get the oil in the right way not as in ReadyMired Paint but Separately You buy the thick Kin loch Pigment in one can and the fresh pure raw linseed oil from the barrelchats the rigid way When you apply the paint you have the oil fresh and pure We know something about paint and we can heartily recommend Kin loch Paint Its the one paint that is paint alone not readymixed but readyt Hnix L L R WN Kirksville Ky I n IA FAMOUS REMEDY l 1 rJlej An aa true as I tell you doctor dear Im fetlin finer than ever Ive been V QThe poor consumptive should not be isbutthefests its presence he should be given Bo nonalecbolIctnedjcjuethat worldidecolds coughs croup sore throat and youngqItihas been famous as a consumption cure centuryqTrial bottle 75c At all druggists throughout the worlds For rale at U C Stocktons drug store Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on Saturday July 29 05 iIt10 oclock a ni 54 410 Acres offirstclass land millsrromfenced Will be sold in three parcels realizingtheKeFsinn given January 1900 Terms made known on day of sale Lot of good lolwreo gronnd Will give purchaser right 10 improve place Jessse Hale- R KyLong2SJUI 5f All vehicles and work turned out iij ns is guaranteed to be as repre sented It is our constant endeavor to pleabo our patrons and we have long siiqe found out to do this wo must be hoiitst in our dealings and sell good go i1at reasonable prices Give us a caitlin we will convince you that our goodf are the best and our prices the cheapest JtltJH MONO CARRIAGE WORKS ropietorI A vegetable liqtiiil for governing 01 flow of womens menses whichoccur once in every lunar month BRADFIELDS Female Regulator is the essential quality of powerful herbs adaptedforsuch form that it is always properly systemStoppages irregularity themenses and sickly flows are corrected and cured by the regular emnienagogueMenstruation necessitate a breaking down of cells lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after every sickness which is ccompa nied with marked congestion loss proluceWhites is the result of these irritating discharges Regulator cures these troubles andrestores to perfect health the patient who suffered the debilitating losses Buy of druggists 100 per bottle Our illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for Women THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR AUtnta 81 Public Saleo- f Blue Grass Farm The undersigned as Executor ot of Margaret P White deceased will on Thursday July 20 05 at the hour of 1030 oclock a inotrtr for sale on tire premies to the highest and heft bidder the firm known as the 1J MI Price place located on the watera of Silver Cfeek in Madison county Kv This farm contains 391 6ld Acres and U five miles fron the court h uso in Richuioiu Ky and is divided by the Silver Creek ROIl HairanV Mill turnpike road 120 210 acres thereof and known as the llaynes tract beinjr on the north side of said turnpike and 262 410 Hcrep and on which are lie main residence and tobacco barn I tiny on the south side f same The hitter part also fronts for nhmt one half mile on the Richmond Liucaster turnpike road This farm lias long been noted as one of the most productive Blue GrasF farms in Madinon county Ky is well timbered nnd in one of the best farm inJ communities Every acre of thiIhind is productive much of it wa never cultivaied arid none of it i tired A tobawo crop raised on le than five ares if this land for 1004 wa sold for 700 The present crops show ttin quality of the soil OCt he Haynes tract 55 acres are now in wheat 80 acres n corn add 10 ncre in ti bacco Of that part located between tire Lancaster turnpike and the Hacans Mill turnplkn roads 10 acres am now in wheat and 17 acres in corn The bal ance of 269 acres of the farm is in blue prHw and timothy A comfortable reel dence a large tobacco farm two tenant houses and other improvements upon the property I will otTer the farm for sale as follows Tract No 1 No 1 Tho home tract lying south of the sail Humans Mill turnpike road anAcontatniinrlPS 10 acres Tho reF idence and tobacco barn are on this tract Tract No 2 No 2 Tho Ballard tract fronting on the Lancaster turnpike road and iu conl li of the last named tract contain lug 70 3 10 acres Tract No 3 No 3 The Haynes tract lying north of the HapauV Mill turnpike road and containing 120210 acres Nos and 2 will be offered together and then the entire farm will be offer ed and the sale will be male in the manner bringing the most money Bui the right to offer said farm for in different parcels order and combina tious en the day of sale is reserved inhl entire farm is rented out for the year 1005 but the purchaser or pur chasers will have the right to enter dur tog the fan of 1005 to sow small grain Present tenants have the right to reen ter to remove present crops to Febru ary 1 190- 0TERMSPossession of said farm will be given January 1000 Onethird of the purchase money will be due and payable December 31 1005 onethird July 11006 and onethird December f 31100Cand the purchaser purchasers will be required to execute notes to the Executor with crood security for tIi Ting1005 until paid with a lien reserved upon the propertysThe tile from liens and deeds of general warprauly for the estate will be U J White the surviving husband unitingaor Ie undersigned at Richinoiul7 Ky J A SULLIVAN Executor Mrs Margaret P White dcM u Feel Impending Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Bright disease and diabetes has been changed to tliankhilncFB hy the bonefit derived from taking Foleyo Kidney Cure It will cure incipient RrighlV disease and diabetes nndrVfn in the worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disor tIers are cured in a few days Iliad diabetes in its worst form writes Ma non Lef of Uunrenlh Iud I tried eight physicians without relief Only three bottles of Foleys Kidney CureI made mo a well man For sale byt R C Stockton 21junlmI Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal forI furnaces and airtight heaters u Jf you liave a farm ot SO to 140 acres for sale let us know at once We have several buyers for these sizes tf RIchmond Real Estate Agency i Examine our elegant display of Carriages Hmriries etc before making a purchase We ire celling vehicles at the lowest 1j sible prices Biiliniond Carrracn Works S L Midkiff Prop PEPPERS RESTORATIVECURESNERVOUS The aimjre men who are strong In phy1c1 IflctperIonalTo attaIn taxi the l1t reuiIte good healthyNerves which give LClty tor and zentaiCbyslcalIdOTelopmeo t make worth HrIFtIOUbIeIUIIov caue J ueryeiflallyWIth a beceiltedpgyg S A For sale by E C Wines Loans anti Dis counts S315oo0 00- Stockholders Tiahiltv iil50Coo 00 Bank Rldg S200O xI Cash and Exe- OC0O 00 Total Resources 580000 00 Your busIness ldesired and we lliposed to grant you every con1st- ent favor State Bank Trust Co- Uichmcndly The Diamond Cure The latest news from Paris is that they have discovered a diamond cure Onulllpione best for you to tke the great remedy mentioned by W 1 Magee of Vanleer erni I had a cough for fourteen ears Nothing helped me until I took Kings New Discovery for Con- sumptIOn Coughs and olds which aso me instant relief and effected a cure Unequalled quick cure for Throat and Lung troubles At O Stccktons drug store price 50e nd guaranteed Trial bottle free un- Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT counr Wm Irvine White Admr Pitt against Wra Ii vine Whites Hrs and Crds Dft All persons having claims against the extate of Wm Irvine White deceased are hereby notlfled to file same legally verified with the undersigned on or before the Drat day of August 1903 or name will be barred SIL THORPE MCHC C Notice to Creditors All persons if any having claims against tho estate of NVin Arnold deceased will file the sune with the nn deroi nod verified aa the law requires or before August 7 1905 or same will be barred H B HANGER Ailmr Wm Arnold decd July 4 1005 12jnHt We Make the L Best Correct Colothes for Gentlemen COPYRIOHTED SCHLOS me Clothes a erBALTIMORE NEW YORK Bros greatest in thewor is glorious ofinglyit the blood tingleto Natures nobleman rightrbecon are GloriousQuaker Grays English and the harinonicofinallOur beautiful Ribbons pretty Neckwear and Collars for are the talk of the town anti communityDon i t fall to see and the Low Cash we are naming on thenvo a if t f A FACE appears on every package of he reliable medicine for Dyspepsia Constlpa Lion Sour and Fevers Caused by orders Erery genuine package by this trade mark Your druiritkt will be glad to sell you either the 50c or 5100 size by Perry Thomas y 71 7171 I71 F rm71 7F 71 71 ffi 8 t tJ J Examine our list of teachers arid our prices as given herewith Then if have a to educate write tile prin t r h dfpal will take in calling upon you and every detail of the work in Madison No citizen of t Or fadison county think of his away home when his home school offers as and as can be found HOME BY HOME GhcWill meet oJf k if you will stop and think of its results You and let you You bo with the i OIJR are as good as can be in any in the State OUR ai the reach ox teachers ancl correct prices we expect to Iadison the front rank For etc v me at Box 575 S i1 fI 1 ij It I 1 J j J f =Do some one thing better bun any one eLse CaL thedsplhyourdoor Hmerson of f is awak on the New make the man feel as royal as a King ss with the of the new the Makers and such Makers the greatest Clothes Makers in the have these goods Co of and New York The for have and mad these new creations Every gnrmetit carries their their Label i in every with out They have have no then is a in every line of The Tonic makes the feeling being dressed strut as Colorings the thd Salt and the Saxony weaves Bannock Ladies them l We are in our a lot of in all anil ir l from 8 to 20 at low to out niaU S rugs and some of are t cover rooms and W D Oldham eoOUTFITTERS PARTICULAR PEDPLE riYaPW Founiajh S Cents FAMILIAR TheliVencssofDnWB LDr Galdwelis SYRUP PEPSIN Biliousness StomachlleadachesI Sold F7I7I 7171 71 7171 MADISON INSTITUTE SHOULD BE PATRONIZED BY THE PEOPLE OP MADISON COUNTY k 7iJ carefully daughter He pleasure explaining Institute Richmond should sending daughter good advantages induce Ihiients elsewhere INSTITUTIONS SUPPORTED PEOPLE isaVprinciplkw FjJ party approval far reaching beneficent support Madison Institute Institute support pleased experiment TEACHEIIS found school ERICES within algphrpug l1rieflCe1 tliorough mstruction gqod discipline keep jiistitutein catalog addresf RichniondKy SIMMONS1PRESIDENT figJ P1 tTbeSPRllJG AWAKEal NATURE eningPut GarbClothes Youll exhiliration justinworld fashioned Schloss Baltimore Correct Clothes Makers Gentlemen designed fashioned guarantee lrmcnt7none genuine equal snapgrace style them Peppers offering basement short lengths Wool Ingrains Brussels Carpets Itngths running yards ridiculously prices close them These elegant them large enough small halls TO Lxn74 At Soda CALDWELL you from and Madison will strips EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ZKCOXPOKATaD Long distance lines and tolophones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern IIllinois Kentucky Tennessee MISSISSIPPlt iand Louisiana We can put you In quick and countryWosatisfactory communication with tho able Equipments and facilities unsur passed 3ifruideuvTmrir tk 7171 mm I 757 J1 Expenses o IThe scioolyeir is divided into two terms of nine hteen weeks asfollows A 00Tuition00Tuitlonin f4 u D UU Tuition In Preparatory Department 4th Ileader Grade 20 00aIfIt I r loPian00 00 00Vocalooirawing 7OiLPalnting 000J1 00ElocLItionDesarte I r 10 00 Diploma iit i t 1000 Pcrtificatc of graduation in any department jf 3 00 1 a I1fl1OItLlit3ledtl41l01l5 5n je ipade to boarding s pupils itf all depaihients fe talc pithier voice or litflO iflfl1litiOfl to their regtL11tijllool work A re Auction wilalso be made for tile benefit of boarding pupils whaare abntifrom Friday to Monday jgjf i r j r V JL yA1 = 41 rl fo4 i L iLv1 x7 7 1 it1r ii ll l t =d fl S Ths store is fully prepared to meet the requirements of S any anti everyman who his an Oxford want IfWe Oxfords for the man who wants good tasto as far as shape S and loather is concerned Jut who must and will have S S Foot Comfort TfWevo the Young Oxfords Man who for e wants exclusive and extreme styles no matter how pro 5 nounced for the more Freakish they are the better he them For these swell dressers we have Oxfords SIS 1likcs are strictly 5 3SssS5 Inc IDl 5 S 5 55 5S5 We aim to have and do have allthe wanted styles for Soften have to fit a mans ideas in Oxfords as well as his 1I- S feet TfUlack leathers or Tan Lace or Button Blucher 55Styles Military Heels etc Nothing left outS1SS- 5SSS5I 55 =S I James P Tribble n 55S SS n S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 5 5 5 5 5 S sSSSS SSSSSSSSS S SSS S SSSS The Richmond Climax PUBLISH ItU EVERY WDNBSD Y BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated J O C BNAULTonPrealdent A D MILLBRPAltor Manger PRICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 13 19Cc DEMOCRATIC TICKETS For Representative IL W MILLER For Bounty Judge K It TURPI2f For County Attorney K H CROOKK For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Olerk JESSE GOBI For Jailor BUCK JOHNSON For Aseeor llOYD P WAORItS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAN For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF MayorClarence E Woods Chief of Police J II Alinia- ntuncilmenW S Oldham Richard MciveeT T Covinaton G W Galen J A Mersbon Jennings Maupin Police Judge Jennings Greenleaf City AttorneyT II Collins Magistrate James Dyko- sConstablcL M Scrivner- ANNOUNCEMENT u We are authorized to announce J W Moore a candidate for magistrate rOm Million MnnisUial District sib jectt action of the Democratic party WHEN the news tVas made public of R W Browns election to the ollioe of Grand B altod Ruler of the B P 0 Elks of America there was universal rejoicingespecially here in his homo State where he is so well and favora by known Mr Brown is business manager of the Louisville Times and u former president of the Kentucky PressAssociation He is exceedingly popular with his fellow newspaper men who congratulate him heartily over his election which was by acclama tion The Climax voices the sentiments of many when we say this selection was wise indeed and the honor bestowed upon Brother Brown is most deserved EVHKY town is anxious to draw trade from as great a distance as pos sible and the problem of how to accomplish the best results in that di rection has received the best thoughts of business men everywhere One of the most novel plans for this purpose has been adopted by the business men of a Kansas town and it looks hke It ought to be a winner On ev cry Saturday they will give a prize of t5 to the farmer who has driven the farthest to town to trade To be entitled to the prize however the farmer must trade to the value of at least that amount The plan ought to be an attractive one to the farmers living at a distaice n Ayers You can depend on Ayers Hair Vigor to restore color to your gray hair every time Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops Hair Vigor fallingofthe hairalso Theres great satisfaction in knowing you are not going to be disap pointed Isnt that so Mr lair faded until It wa i about while It took jut one Uittlo of Au r hair Vigor to ret tore It to Its former dark rich color Ynnr hair Vigor c ruiulj does what you claim ru- rItA 11000AM Itockinghanii noo a btt1e CATEnco 1rnit Iowptl 4a V for Fading Hair THAT Kentucky is not only a stat where the grass is blue and wherE beautiful women are plentiful and thoroughbreds abound but is likewise a leader In tobacco raising h proved by the following certificate which was properly signed and for warded to Secretary of State Mc Cbesney United States America Universa Exposition St Louis Mo 1904 Commemorating acquisition Louisiana Territory International Jury Awards has conferred a grand prizE upon State of Kentucky tobacco IT is startling to see how mans persons go through life without feel ing the necessity of thinking out tc firm conclusions Such mental inertness and intellectual sluggishnes cannot be a preface to active energetic and practical living It is ruor vegetating AT a meeting of the Board of Con trot of the Kentucky Slate Fair hel last week announcement was mad that the premium list will reach 25 000 Secretary Bain stated that th agricultural and stock display will bt the greatest in the history of th State A couuESRONnENT of the Manufac turers Record who has visited th sthmus writes that at the rate o progiess made during May it will tab one hundred years to build the canal A state of apathy and insubordina tion exits he says in the Governments establishment COUNTY Superintendent Turner Glassgow was awarded judgment ol 10000 against a book concern To violating the contract by selling book cheaper in South Carolina than thE same books were sold in Kentucky JULY is the month of the harvest when the husbandman realizes the fruits of hid previous sowing It takes months for tho full returns to show but he knows that as he sows he may also hopo to reap Calol1Powcrs Howlifloultamount for worthy charity No wonuer there is need of a greet revival in Louisville since the latest report shows that more than two thousand homes in the Falls City arE without bibles i i Summer Specials rom now until the end ofsummer you will find goods in every department at Low Prices roui policy to enter the fall season withnew l stock demands this price reduction The price DraperiesfrWallthing special in each department I f IIi1 j1 DJ f tilT wlll bo wise for all prospective brides to burn old love letters from others save their intended as such a missive caused a jealous young hue band in Texarkana to kill his bride of six weeks IT is reported that a now organization has teen perfected at Lexington havineJor its object the control of the Burley tobacco production In Kentucky and Ohio The new company will be capitalized at 1500000 THE Shelbyville people have grown tired of depending on negro helpand are making an effort to get a Swiss Colonystarted there In order to secure white domestics PERSONAL Miss Julia Higgins went to LAncas- ter FridayIMrs Mariah Lynn is ill at the P A C InfirmarySMisses Mary and Kate Culton were in Ford yesterday Miss Annie McKeo visited in Cin cinnati last week Mr and Mrs Lewis Nealo are visiting in Danville Mr C L Taggart of Irvine was in tho city Monday MUs Curraleen Smith is at Lake Chautarqua New York lion Grant E Lilly was in Beatty ville last week on business Mr J A Powell of Winchester was here last Wednesday Mr Henry Traynor was in Colum bus Ohio last week Mr Joe Thurman has returned from Crab Orchard Springs Judge and Mrs N B Turpin are at Witt Spring Estill county Miss Callie Adams spent Sunday with her parents at Lancaster Mrs Joe Bogs visited Mrs J D Gulley during the Lancaster Fair Misses Kate Smith and Rosa May Moberley were in Lancaster last week Mrs J H Wood of Lexington has been the guest of Miss Janie Myers Mrs Lyon of Beattyville is the guest of Mrs Joe Harris on Third streetMrs W W Burgin and children are visiting relatives in Crrfb Orchard Miss Harriett Parrish visited Mist Ela Pcndlcton in Winchester last weekMiss Baumstark of Mt Sterling came last week to visit Mrs Joe A Manous of Owsley county is visiting Mrs Henry Hargis on North streetMiss Catherine Dciss of Indian Territory is the guest of Miss Mar- SullivanMrs Thomas Campbell and daugh1 ters have gone to Logan W Virginia for a visit Miss Virginia Chinn of Frankfort is visiting Misses Sara and Madge BurnamMiss Bean of Louisville has visiting Mrs James Anderson on Glyn don avenue Mr Will 14Bybee of Somerset spent several days last week with his parents here Miss Annie RaIn of Lexington will come today for a visit to Miss Mabel Martin Miss Willie Mae Jarman is in Lex- ingtonj visiting the Misses Gourley on Elm Tree Lane Mrs Lou Jckson of Irvine spent last week with her brother IIoxn G E Lilly and family Mrs R E Little and Miss Mary tAttle have taken rooms at Mrs E V Gibsons for the summer Mrs A R Burnam entertained with a card party last night The af fair was elegant in every detail Miss McGinnis has returned to Lawrenceburg after a pleasant visit Mrs A D Collins on Third street I Miss Blair the new superintendent of the Pattie A Clay Infirmary ar rived Monday to assume her duties Mrs Mary Smith of Cincinnati arrived Monday night for a visit to her daughter Mrs Ballard II Luxon Mr L O Schmidt and Miss Kate Schmidt were in Lexington to attend the funeral of Mr Nicholas Schmidt Mrs N B Deatherage Mrs Sallie Cornelison Judge and Mrs Broad dns of Kansas City are at Old Point Comfort Misses Sallie Wells and Eva Mae Rupard of Lexington arc the guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs W B Wells near Union Mr W It Thomas and laughter Miss Ethel of Estill Springs through the city Monday passedII Paris Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and little son Abner left yesterday for a ten days stay at Mudlavia Springs Kramer Indiana IMiss Eva Mac Rupard left today for a several weeks visit to her grand parents Mr and Mrs W B Wells near Richmond Lexington Leader Mr and Mrs G W Pickels were hosts at an elegant dinner last even ing complimentary to Rev and Mrs Hugh McLcllan About fifteen guests partook of the delicious menuami en joyed the hospitality Mr and Mrs PickelsTonight the congregation of the eirst Christian church will hold a re ception the main object of which is to bring into closer relationship its members both old and young and to extenda welcoming hand especially to those received into the church dur ing the recent revival Mrs G C Crooks is with relatives at Richmond She will go next week to join Professor Crooks at Wcqueton sing where they will spend the re mainder of the summer Professor Crooks mother will be with relatives in Fayette county during their ab sence Danville Advocate Several members of the younger set are preparing for a dance at the Masonic Temple on the evening July 27 The Second Regiment ofj of Frankfort has been engaged furnish music The committee on arrangements isMcssn John Ballard Edward Stockton and Laden Burnasi i c r r rv Mr and Mrs W R Letcher hav I announced the engagement of their daughter Harriett Walters to Mr McKay of Macon Georgia Miss Letcher is tho youngest of six beauti fnl laughters and is one of our citys most popular young women Her fiance Is a prominent young businessman of Macon On Monday evening of last weak i Miss Agnes Ycager entertained with a handsome party at her homo in Lex ington in honor of her guests among whom is Miss Mao Wallace Ballard of this city Another partywas given in honor of the same visitors on Wednesday by Miss Elizabeth Luxon and on Thursday Mrs Irvine Prather was hostess at an elegant dinner in honor of these young ladies Mrs C B Brittain has returned from a months stay in New York where she went on a visit to her hus band Lieut C B Brittain who ia secretary to Rear Admiral Robley D Evans on the U S Flagship Maine Lieutenant Brittain accompanied his Tife as far as Washington where he took his examination for promo tion on the 29th and 30th of Juno He received his commission on July 1st to the grade of Lieutenant Com mander Ho his returned to his ship which is off the coast of Massachusetts One of the most delightful flinch nrties of thn summer was given on last Thursday afternoon when Mm Grant E Lilly entertained the West rlguiarguests were Invitedand nine tables were used in the progressions The home was lavishly decorated with growing and cut flowers and the color scheme green and white was carried out in every detail from tallycards up to the ices cakes and bonbons Mrs Lilly is a most charming and gracious hostess and her invitations arc always responded to with joy by her guests Among the outoftown visitors present were Mrs Lou Jackson of Irvine who is a greet at the Lilly home Miss Boyd of Icuisville and Mrs R L Gentry Jr of Nashville Tann Miss Lidia Todhunter of Walnut Hill entertained Friday evening with a beautiful dinner party at her coun try home It was given in honor of the Rev Robert Sanders pastor of the Walnut Hill church and the guests in a house party ho is entertaining The lovelyold home was decorated with plants and flowers and on the table a profusion of garden blossoms were used effectively A delicious menu was served and the evening was thoroughly enjoyed Miss Todhunters guests were Mr Sanders and his guests Miss Olivia Logan of Shelby 7vilIo Miss Jane Courtney of Louis yule Miss Anne Halley of laynesI Depot and Mis Bright Laura Bright of Richmond Others present were Mr and Mrs Todhun ter Mr Garrard White Mr Harry Brower Major J Embry Allen Lexington Herald IRobt Rajin Dead Mr Robert Ragana highly respected citizen of Poosey locality died Bull denly yesterday Deceased was about C5 years old and leaves a wife to mourn hit demise Interment will take place today in Richmond cemetery FARMERS SAD EXPERIENCE Buncoed Agriculturist Sits on Steps to Count Cash and Thief Clev erly Purloins Remainder Now YOrkA sad experience with city sharpers has come Into the life of Charles M Brewer a truck farmer hailing from Hickory N C He was at a loss as to how to get back home having been relieved of all his funds Some weeks ago Brower received a letter offering him a farm In New Jer soy near this city The price was small and he sent on J25 to bind the bargain Donning his best clothes ho then set out for New York to Inspect the farm In hIs arsagent and visited the New Jersey farm with him The land was nothing but a swamp and in a rage the old man demanded that his 25 be returned Tho real estate agent laughed at him but Bsower had heard of District Attorney Jerome and he went to him An Investigation was made with the result that a warrant was issued for the real estate dealer The old farmer was waiting about the criminal court building to see his prisoner when he began to cogitate Over the expense of living In New York and unmindful of the passing pedestrians sat down upon the stairs to figure up what ho had spent and count his money There was still a balance of J4CO In the wallet How did I spend that 407 he asked himself and placing the wallet beside his papors on the steps Brower began to figure up what had become of the money A thief saw the wallet a skillful kick sent it down the steps without tho old man noticing and soon wallet and thief were far away Got to be careful with the rest said Brower as he reached for tho wallet Then he saw there was none His shouts attracted every one In the courthouse but to no purpose Detec tires were called but they had no hopo of recovering Br wers savings LUCK AND LOVE IN ONE BAG Arrest of Alleged Hoodoo Charmer Very Busy ManArticle- Sells Past goodluckwith one of his own lucky hoodoo bags as evidence County Detective Merkel arrested Stauffer at his luck and lova factory recently on the charge of sell bagsDallbusywhenshIppingthewas sold for 50 cents and contained inchlong cakesInsixtimesre4ions on the bag verp as follows goodluckmanyfrlendiftimes the amount you pay for It goodlucklioo around your neck and you will beI withlton forthebe the most effective lucky charm known officebasineeafo eport of the Condition of the tate Bank Trust Co of Richmond Ky No 109110 Wst 5Iain Street Madison County Ky at close of business on the 30th day of June 1901 RESOURCES lash on handu u 12006 Ci Ihecks and other Cash Items NH 00 ue from Banks flankers etc 28771 113I iommercial and other paper owned cans upon call witu collateral Lima Loans on collateral 00 x ans secured by Bonds Mortg 81191 IS FLeI Estate less Incumbrances 31477 60 urnlture and flxiurea 4000 00 iverirafts 3ssJ 4Iill other Assets not included In above 148968 Total r 1J64M1 83 LIABILITIES apital stock paid In 000 00ISurplus Contingent or Sinking Fund 10500 00 Undivided Profits v 8414 Legs current taxes uu u33IDDeposits subject to eheckS263312 58 Exclnive of all Trust Funds SDueBills Payable including Certificates of Deposit representing money borrowed 26163 Oninvested Bal Trust funds 4S4- 884Totali642O1 88 SUPPLEMENTARY Amount of Trust Fund vi- zMortageMfl230 00 Other Investments 14820 19 Uninvested cash baL 4546 Total Trust Funds t 41537 03 Liabilities upon bonds assnrety c None Indemnity held for liability as surety None Due from insolvent Banks Bankers eteu u None Amount of suspended debts Includ- Ing overdue Joan and pro ested paper secured um 22418 Amount of suspended debtsInclnd itigoverdne loans sue protested unsecured B53S 20 Judfments s overdue six months None Date when balances due depositor were last taken from Depositors Ledger June 30 19 B Amount or discrepancy if any with general ledger IS i7 Date whets outstanding Certificates of Icpo itH and CasluerK Checks were last compared with Ledger Same Amount of discrepancy if any with total ahOynu None Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liabil- Ity of the Individual members thereof or indirectly if such Indebtedness exceeds S per cent of capital stock actually paid in and surplus actually oil hand None How Is indebtedness stated in above Item secured Ie e Sec 610 Ky Statutes u n Highestamountof indebtedness of any or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds percent of paidup capital stock on How is same secured See Section lilO Kentucky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any t person company or firm Includ- Ing the liability of thecompany or firm the liability of the individ ual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup and actual aurpluauNoIf so state amount of such Indebted ness See Sec 610 Ky Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madison IKS R E Turley Cashier of State Dank Trust Co a Trust COlo ted and doing business at No 10S110 W Slain Street in tho City of Richmond ill SAid county belngduly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects n true statement of the condition of Co nt the close of business onthe 30th of June to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Trust Co has bten transacted at the location named nod not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary or State designating the nth day of June ltK5 the tlllY on which such report shall be made Ill TURKEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to betore me by R ETurley the 3 day of July 1995 L P EVANS Notary Public J SULLIVAN JNO R GIltSON Directors II II HANGER muuuuumu QUARTERLY REPORT OF rntz State Bank Trust Co at the close of business on the 30t b day of June 1905- RESOURCES Ijonnxnnd Discounts k71OlC Overdrafts unsecured 3tu W Due from National Banks Jil6S2 75 Duo from State flanks and Hankers 1183 2- 5DueirornTrustCompanies 73110 2077203 thinking House and Lot 21010 ou oilier Heal Katate 101775 ISpecie511014Currency UttKOO 8VM3I Other Items carried ns Cash 81 00 Furniture and Fixtures m4UCurrent Expenses Last Quarter 3 310 All other Assets lisl Total1l6512 l 09 LIABILITIES Capitalstockpaldlniucash150000 00 Surplus Fund 10rjK 00 Undivided Profitsm 8111 15 Due Depositors as follows viz LWUli 58 Deposits suhject 15 check on which In crest is not paid 2H612 58 Deposits to check on whic- hinterestlspsld 00 Demand certificates deposits on which Interest Is paid32500 Time certitlcates ol deposits on wnich interest Is 16200 Savitlgt deposits on which Interest- is 00 Certified checks Hue National flanks 399 Due State Dank and Bankers 41518 Dae Trust Companies 4311112 t1IJUlllnestedTotal 751209 SUPPLEMENTARY Atehest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person compa ny or firm including in the lia bility of the company or firm the Individual members thereof dl rectly or Indirectly If such in debtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stack actually paid In aad actual nmount of surplus of the bank How Is indebtedness stated in above Item secured See Sec 583 Ky Statutes Does amount 6f any person company or firm Including In the liability or firm the liability of the individual members thereof ex ceedO per cent of paidup cap- Ital and astnal surplus unNoIf so state amount of such Iddebt edness Amount of last dlvldenuuWere all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom be fore declaring dividend and was not less titan per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Section 59S Kentucky Sta- tutesTotal167512 oJ STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF MADISON K TURIEY Cashier of tho State doingbusiness belntdulYIs In all respects a true statement of the condi tion of the said Dank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1003 to the best saythatacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In oomph ance with an official notice received from the dayJuneshall be made It L TURLEY Cnshtcr RTurleyJj V lvANa Notary Public J A SUIiTIVAN lniaztevoasJNO Public Sale FOR Gilg Taxes On August 1905 at 2 oclock at City Hall in Richmond Ky I will offer for sale the following property for City Tux bill due the City of Richmond Ky for the years 1903 and 1904 unless those taxes and costs are settled on Orhefore the 3rd day of August at 2 oclock White List 1003 1001 Bush White r i 5 50 p 05 jBusli Joe 12 10 45 3 beeMr M v l540i 16 05 Dangerous Germs inI Summer Strengthen the Stomach 1vlth Mion and Keep Welli A wealth ipbi1anthroplst In Npr Yori spends jhousands of dollars etfery summer providing milk for the babies with the result that the mortality is greatly decreased He appreciates the fact that disease germs are common in the summer and that the stomach to resist their at In tackllilOlderdiet to insure health but they can so l strengthen tho stomach and digestives organs by the use of Miona that they e too will be tree from sickness in the summer season Take a Mioiia tablet before each meal and it soothe and heal any In flammation that may be present in the lining of the stomach give tone and Bybee Mrs M gdn 4 40 4 85 Bybee Albert 5 50 5 95 Cunningham Lavena 110 120 IeatherageG Sam 55 60s Harrison OH 8 80 970- v Hicks Miller 1 10 2 30 Hicks Mrs Bell 7 70 7 25 Kunes Mrs M F 7 75 Marcum 0 P 4 VIcMahan Pat hrs 2 20 2 40 Prather H R 1 10 6 60 Pies La Bell back taxt2040 v trowers T B 2 75 2 90 Wallace H G 7 70 8 35 White W G kCo 55 CO White Farlpy 60 William John M 11 00 White Chas W n r 5 50 Colored List IfKW 1904 Black Sallie 3 50 S 4 85 Black Jim sr 4 10 f4s Ballard Winston 3 85 3 O- Rates Sue Co 4 85 Bates Bnford 2 20 2 m Benna Chas 5 95 Big rstaIT Jas 2 Bipg rstau Mereleth 2 20 Burnam J C 3 00 Chambers Jerry 4 40 210- e Ohenault Robt 3 51 Oobb William 2 30 Crntcher Lizzie 2 40 Deatherage Bush 8 35 Dejarnett Sarah 2 40 Ellison Nannie 1 80 Estill Robt 2 20 1 80 Eltnore Zep 1 10 3 35 Embry Julia A 2 20 2 40 Embry Rebecca 485 Estill Mary 4 40 Francis Lizzy 1 20 File Sarah 2 75 3 06 Fife Mollie 2 20 1 SO Francis Will Co 1 20 Gilbert Amelia 2 75 3 06 Gibbs Mary 1 Co Harris Ben 3 30 3 50 Hood Nathaniel 2 36 Harris Woodson 2 75 Irvine Joe 3 06 Jarman Robt 3 7i Mason Millie 1 10 12 Mason Mariah 3 30 30 Martin Humphrey 1 10 2 30 Martin Irvine 2 75 2 PO Mathews Nannie 2 20 2 46 Miller T B 4 75 Miller Matlio J 4 40 4 85 Miller Harriswn 3 30 3 65 tliller Emma 2 75 Miller Sallie 3 30 Poland Lizzie 1 65 SC Parkes Geor ann 2 20 3 95 Phelps Jennie 7 20 8 45 Phelps Mary A 1 20 Phehs Sid 2 20 20 Presley Anderson agt 2 75 4 IC Phillipps Wm 2 06 Rice George 1 30 3 56 Rhodes David 3 30 3 SC Rhodes Levena 4 50 4 8 Sheppard Chas nr 3 30 3 56 Smith Scott 2 70 Smith Ella 2 20 1 SO Stone Leun J 1 SO 1 SO Stone Mariah 1 SC Stone Manerva 1 65 Stone Irvine 2 4C Smallwood Chas 2 20 1 SO Tevis Cassie 2 75 3 06 Tomlin Henry 2 75 2 IXI Thomas Ben 2 Turner Wyatt 4 40 4 75 Tyre Williams 2 75 Walker Ann 2 75 3 06I Walker Josie 1 10 1 Walker Dick 3 56 Wells Joe 1 20 White Dave 1 00 4 36 White Narcis 3 30 3 GS Willis Allen 3 56 White Sarah 1 cWinkfield L D 1 30 3 50 Warntr John 2 75 White Mary 1 10 White James sr 2 20 White Jim n r 330 Yates China 2 75 K P Lodge 1110 OOF 186 T C ONKIL CUy Collector strength to the whole digestive system and aid you in natiHally and easily di gesting the food it ill the only remedy known that cures indigestion and stomach troubles by strengthing the digestive system It is Guaranteed to make a complete and permanent cure all diseases of the stomalt except cancer MJona restores complete hfciflth to- hewliole oystem and cures head lhe sleeplessness pains antI distreeafafter vertigo heart burn sill the general debility which result from a weak stomach and imperfect digestion A guarantee to refund the money if Miona does not show help is given with every 50 cent box Ask B L Middelton to show you the guarantee Forced to Starve B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years I suffered agonies with a ore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I not eat After trying ovorything else I cured It with Bncklens Arnica Salve Its treat for burns cuts and wounds At R O Stocktons drug store only 25c 1m Notice t tttdltors All persons having claims against he estate of Samuel P Hunter ue notified to preFent them to inn at once proved and verified as required by law or they may be barredJ Caperton Exec June 13 1905 tl NOTICE Your city tax bills for the year 1905 are now due and in my hands for col lection On nil those not paid on or before November 1905 tIme penalty prescribed by ordinance will be at nchert T C ONell City Collectot Office at City flail 5jl4t Splitting Headache- can be often relieved by a nerve seda tive but the scientific way of treating a headache is to right down to tilE real cans or root or the trouble anil one It with Dr Oaldwells Syrup Pep cln It is the only perfect cure for headache dizziness constipnlion and is free from the dangerous aftereffects which so frequently follow thq use ol headache powders Try it Sold by Perrg A Thomas at 50c and 1 Money back if it fails lot Sacrifice Sal- eII positively going to quit business and move to New York Hence I offer at a sacrifice beginning June 1st my entire stock of goods ofall kinds and there is none superior in this section Also the following personal property My 2story brick residence on Main street My 2story brickresidence on Collins street known as the Barlow place A gentle pony rubber tire cart and harness One 4yearold HaxhallVat ican mare A firstclass phaeton All parties owing me will please call andsettle B W TURNER Richmond Ky ITHE FOR BOYS Select a school for your son where you are satisfied that he will receive careful personal attentirn and make thoroughadvance ment Consult the patrons of this school and have a talk with the Prin clpil Jas T Barrett Richmond Ky TELEPHONE GROWTHTime Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has issued statement of its business for month of June anti the increase in the number of sub scribers is shown as follows Number of subscribers June 1 1905 128919 Number added during month 4390 Number discontinued during month 2727 Net increase 7TTT ICC3 Total nuaiber subscribers June 30 1005 130582 Sjfn M t Messrs Suit Bra LOn l4thepolite and energetic the t6 oftRacket Store Vt are now showing some ofof the ifr handsomest China ever brought to i1 this city They are also exhibiting 2 some very exquisite pattern in V Genuine Cut Glass 4 m t I Their general stock comprises eVI 4perything of use to a housekeeper JpI RememembertheRacket Store when j l 1tin need of beautiful Queensware and sit Glasst 11 t rr t DRY Gooos NoTloNsSUIT5 CLOAKS FURS WRAPS C i Albert The Florist Agent for Honakers Flowers Tel 188 Ask Your Neighbor which is the best Mower to buy and his answer will be If you want a Mower that will last longer pull lighter andcut your grass from season to season year in and year out with out trouble or loss of time and to give you perfect satisfaction you will have to buy an Ideal Deering Mower ci Call and let us show you why the Ideal Deering Mower is the best and let us price you a Mower and Rake We have all kinds of Sulky Spring Steel Teeth Rakes and Sweep Rakes ranging in price from S18 to 40When in town call and let us show and price you our line of Hay Presses Stackers Sweep Bakes Sulky Rakes Gas Engines Pumps and Birdsell Wagons Dont buyla farming tool without- first pricing and looking over uur liie 0I B1huco1IordCoMidsummer Display t SOn and After Wednesday May J 7 J t I J Carriage and leceptionHatsI Fancy Silk J tumes- Embroidered 1- tJ Linen Suits J- t Muslin Dresses tLinen and Pique Separate J tJSkirts tJ t t Embry and Co Ladies Hatters and Furnishersj East Main Street IvI PM POPEHeadquarters for all kinds of Hardware Stoves Ranges Fine line of Enameled Ware just received Pocket and Table Cutlery Guns Loaded Shells Ammunition of all kinds I Farming Implements Forks Shovels Nails Fence Wire etc 0 Builders Hardware of all kinds j jt 1 am adding to my stocka full line cf Wagon MaterialSpokes Rims Shafts etc1 Get my prices on I Fruit CansCall and see me 204 Main Street JFjrSr Ji1I 3LJ1 J iii 11T r f These are Carriage Buying Days Fine weather fine roads Fine Prices on anything we hae WagonsI want4Dontr I repaintretire and repair It 1e eaTtac e ti3os 1OnPHONE232f 1 he Richmond Cliinax t 1 WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 i tbetfAROOd IiiBtitute organ for sale cheap at J W McGarvey Jr ItcMness of the skin horrible plague only ono fafe never failing cure Doans Ointment At any drug store i nts t I Ru rwl for months from sorer at Eelectric Oil cured me In nvntvfiiur hours M 8 Gist Hawes k Ky ruild up the system puts pure rich in the veins makes men and wo strong and health Burdock Bitters At any drug store c of natures remedies cannot the weakest constitution never iMurewiinmsr complaints of old yung Dr Fowlers Extract uf 11 Strawberf In our council proceedings of last Trck we mentioned that Mr Elmer ailurage hall been granted a permit iuiltl a residence on the Smnmitt n1 iiii it should have road Mr Kline irrisli I Mean You Call at once and settle your account cl save the cost Ijulylm Jones Mershon tine Tomatoes Mr and Mrs Gideon Taylor have fIrthanks for some fine tomatoes the have this summeriilsomest we seen Win Two Premiums Mrs ieorge Myers of this city who lui no superior as a cake maker won 1trst prizes OH black cake and cherry wwat the Lancaster Fair last week tocil Option at Irvtee Last Saturday a local option election wns held in four precincts in Kstill unity viz last and West Irvine Red ik anti Millers Creek and resulted in i victory for the drys Namel as Commission At a meeting of the Republican dIP Central Committee in Louisville it week Judge A It Burnam of this ny was named us the Republican tuber of the State Board of Election n missioners Ready tor Use ie fxtensjon of Fourth street run t through to Moborley avenue is ready for travel The contract for me and inacademizing same was Ii W Derrincer Son who have mipleted the work Ordinance r it ordained by the Hoard of Coun Richmond Ky that the salary Chief of Police be nine hundred ilollars per annum and that the it y of each policeman be seven hun 70 and twenty dollars peryear in day ot July 1905 MayorIAccepts Position in LqnisvlIK- Mr Helby Wiirgins who has been keeper at the L A Work Shops iity has resigned his position to t a moro lucrative position with I t N railroad at Louisville Mr Wiins left Monday to assume the is of his now position His friends iis citv wish him much success- i is new field- Hathorne Telephone Directory hit Climax Job Department has just onipleted for the Richmond Telephone Company a classified directory that for convenience of arrangement and fXTlleiice ol material and workman fillip Is unsurpassed In this direc tory the number and name of any sub sivriier can bl referred to at once and in addition to this another department piVs valuable information direction vii a list of toll stations The whole forms a handsome tablet to be hung up war the telephone FreeKidney Cure All Buirorcrs from kidney trouble may receive a full sizn box of DeBolle Kidniw Pills the only positive euro lor ill I 11 trouliIoH absolutely free W lit nee IIH WI wiint to cure you It Iiv is dangcrniis This otTer Is good forO lays only C W Beei s Ronst tA hicaiImAi Atlas for 100 Tin Great Northern Railway has is silt m Atlas of 56 pages coutainlngan u lo date man of Ioa Wisconsin Minnesota worth and South Dakota Montana Idaho WaHhington British Columbia Oregon Kansas Missouri AIaskaChina the United States and of the world In audition to this the Atlas contains valuable information relative to tIm states named above is printed on the wry best quality of paper shows the lines of the great Northern Railway anil is in every way a comm ndble workThis Atlas will be distributed at the actual cost of production and will be sent to any address upon receipt 0 qoo Address F I Whitney Passen per Traffic Manager Great Northern Railway St Paul Ninn j 28 6t IF YOU CA BETTER COA k TEL fWE WOULD Lit BLOCK 120 T LUMPJJ5 This coal is run over shaker These prices are for CASH OJ while this advertisement app Phoni 112 Ltir J Tile BIrdsell wagon lasts longer pulls lighter and is made of better ma terlal than any other wagon made lOjulylm D B Shackelford Co carriagesbuggiesbrought to Richmond are now on dis plavat the nichmotul Carriage Works and if you will call and get prices on any of the above mentioned goods you certainly will make a purchase as our prices are lower than ever before RICHMOND CARRIAGE WORKS S L Midkiff Prop School for Capita Superintendent of Public Instruc thou Fiiqna has fixed the common school per rapita for the 1ear 1S06 at S3 25 This is on a basis of 2422000 i i the school fund upon a school census of 731000 Attention Farmers I have received two carloads of till celebrated Page fencing the best tliatt made Before contracting for fencing of any description it will prove to your advantage to get my prices tf J T COY Kirksville Ky Boys Training School North BBddUtown Bocrbon County Ky Boys boarded in Collegn home Moral influences the best No saloons or places of vice Thorough instruction Limited number taken Opens Septem ber C ll0o Boarding tuition lights and fuel ten months 200 Not a school of reform Only good boys wanted Address MILTON ELLIOTT Principal 28june2m Three Physicians Treated Him Without Success W L Yancey Paducah Ky writes I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians in Kentucky treated me without success I then took Foleys Kidney Cure The first bottle gave immediate relief and three bottles cured mo permanent ly I gladly recommend this wonderful remedy For Sale by K C Stockton 2ljunlm ihowntd at Valley View What started out to be a pleasure trip on the Kentucky river at Valley View resulted in the tragic death of Miss Nancy Carpenter the seventeen year old daughter of Mr H C Car pouter On Monday night a crowd of bout thirty young people went out fot a boat ride and while out on the water ran into a rope connecting the booms Miss Carpenter wa Uirown out and and before assistance reached her she had drowned Her body was recovered Great sorrow is felt there over her un timely deah especially by her young friends and associates who witnessed her drowning Smoking in a Powder Magazine Is courting d ath more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting kidney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued use will cure the obstinate rats It has cured many people of Brights disease and diabetes who were thought to he incurable If you have kidney or bladder trouble commence taking Foleys Kidney Cure today before it is too late 21junlm Sunday Train 5errict Commencing Sunday June 4 and continuing each Sunday until October 1st the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Co will run Sunday trains arriving and departing from Richmond as follows For Versailles a m and 635 p m For Irvine and Beattyyille 10 a m From Versailles and Nicholaaville 955 a m and 11 30 p rii- Frcm Beattyville 6 05 p m Special rates of one fare for round trip up to Sl50 no round trip rate more than that For particulars call on M Hacker Agent tf Remedy forHay Fever After Trying Other Treatments Hyo mei Was Used With Perfect Suc Before the discovery of Hyomei the only advice a physician could cive his hay fever patients was to go away from home but now anyone who is subject to this disease can if Hyomei is used stay at home without fear of tile annual attack of sneezing watery eyes and other discomforts J F Forbes a well known western railroad tuna whoso home is at Mc Cook Nebraska writes I have never had any relief from any remedy fo hay fever even temporsrily until I discovered the merits of Hyomei I ways recommend it whea occasion re quiresThere is no offensive or dangerous 3tonaoh dosing when Hyomei is used This reliable remedy for the cure of all diseases of the respiratory organs is breatled through a neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit fo that the air taken into the throat and lungs is like that of tho White Moun talus or other health resorts where hay fever is unknown The tact that R L Middelton agrees to refund the money to any hay lever sufferer who uses Hyomel without suc cess should inspire confidence in its power to effect a cure A complete outfit costs only SI and extra bottles but 50 cents DISCOVER L THAN OUR LICOi E TO KNOW IT J per tOO bushels per tOO bushels jreens and Is absolutely clean l delivery and are only good ars Witt P Due lii iL t Q It t1 ftaw Hats HALF PRICE 0 5t r Q Hretsyout chance for a Straw Hat Every straw in the house gexcep the cheap Buckeyes and Mexicans has been cut to half price JDcg ioss tb us big gain to you We cant afford to carry them v tover you cant afford to do without one with thiee months of hot weather before you Throw away the old faded lidt and get under a bright clean one Be first for best choice i 350 for 175 c gOOH 150 A I 250 125 200 ll 100 J2a t H tJ 50t t 75t l 7 l i1 00 4 1 r j 501 j t j 50H 25 1r COVINGTON Fair Next Week Next week will mark the meeting of the Madison County Fair Association it Haxhall Stock Farm This event t has been looked forward to with a great leal of interest and everything has i been done by the officers to make it a tuccess Splendid premiums and liber al purses are offered and there will beC no doubt but that large crowds will at tend Races will be the feature for the afternoons and will be much enjoyed is the track at Haxhall is one of the test mile tracks in theState The pro moters of the fair should receive hearty encouragement and we feel safe intsaying that their undertaking will not be in vain Valuable farm to Be bold Tomorrow As Executor of Mrs Margaret P White deceased Mr J A Sullivan yvill offer at public sale on the premi sea at 10 oclock am tomorrow Thnrs lay the farm known as tho Ben Price place located on the waters of Silver Creek this county This farm conC tains 591 610 acres and is five miles from the court house in this city Tie farm will first be sold by tracts then as a whole the sale will be made In the manner bringing the most money This property is among the best farming lands in Madison the soil is as fertile as can he foundanywhere and is in one of iheTiest farming communities in the county For more ac curate description see advertisement on first page this paper Electric Line Betwera Here and Lexington Is an Assured Thiog The Central Kentucky Traction Company which was organized a fewt months ago by local capitalists has se cured rights of way along the Rich mond and Tates Creek pikea for tin construction of an electric interurban railroad between this city and Richt mood The company has not yet decided which of the two pikes will blI used but both will be surveyed with a view of determination of mileage gradesI bridges etc and then uponan estimate being given of the probable cost 01I construction the pike offering the best facilities will be selected As the com panys rights and privileges extend over both pikes the right ot choice is afforded them- Franchises have also been granted to Mm name corporation for the construe dia maintenance and operation the system in Madison county and J Wailer Rpdes one of the promoters of the enterprise stated to the Leader today that connecting branches with the main line would be constructed to the smaller towns in Madison count utside of Richmond This will be the fourth line Jo be built and work will be gin early next spring when the Ver sailles road has been completed and the ground is in n condition for use Lexington Leader Failure should be used as steppiti stones to future success Read This Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E R HallStlouisMoDear Sir I have suffered three years from kidney and bladdbr troubles and one hall bottle of theTejcas Wonder Halls Discovery has cured me and I can cheerfully recommend it Yours respectfully i J N ROBERTS v 1819 Maple street A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes zrayel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheuma them and al irregularities of the kid- i noys and bladdisr in both men and wrmen regnlatqB bladder troubles hi I children If not Bold by yonr druggist will be sent by nail on receipt of One small bottleis twd months treatment and eldom fails to perfecta Dr EriemjW Hall sole manu fa tnrfJriPm Kx629 St Lqnie Mo Seed for Sold alt naMn 1Smaytfj L Sparrows and Wheat Several termers in the Herald of lice Saturday gave it as their opinion hat it would not bo but a few years until no wheat woudberaliedI English sparrows ninltiplicijjln fho futifre as they have in the past Qua f them said that he had the best beIgantorows swooped down upon the field and each would light on a stalkand the weght would either break the stalk or crush it to the groundand the little posts would devour every grain in the head Each grower raid it was astonishing how much wheat thdsc little birds could devour It was the opinion of all that strin gen tand united measures should be adopted to exterminate the sparrow One of them said that the best plan would be to grind two or three bush of wheat and mix paris green with it and scatter it on the snow and they would die by the hogshead full but if only one man tried it they would not be missed but if every farmer will try this next winter they can almost be wiped out Six said theywere going to try the poison plan and get their neighbors to follow suit Ex Mr mlth in Wajhinjton Under the heading of Kentuckians in Washington Saturdays Louisville Times contained an excel lent halftone and the followingnotice concerning Mr John Speed Smith formerly of this city- J hn Speed Smith is a native of Madison county where he was born In 1861 He is descended from one the bestknown families in Kentucky James Speed once Attorney General of Kentueky and the late Cassius M Clay were among his kin Ired An uncle John Speed Smith dining his lifetime was perhaps the most widely known Mason in Kentucky he having originated the en terprise and raised by his personal efforts a large fund for the establishment of the Masonic Home in Louis ville He was Grand Master of Kentucky in 1893 as was his grandfather before him Col John Speed Smith who held that high office in 1823 Since coming to Washington Mr Smith has been connected with the Pension Bureau practically all of the time Laving been engaged fora short period on Hpeclal work in the office of the Secretary of the Interior and as a specialvexaminer of pensions in the field In 1897 he was promoted to the position of assistant chief of the special examination division of the bu reau and 1s has continued to fill that positon with signal ability- DeOideIhy the highest honor that has come to Mr Smith during his Washihgtoricarcer was his election to a line pfficein the Grand Lodge of the District of pblnmbla last fall the po sition being that of Junior Grand Steward The Grand Lodge of the District being composed of twenty seven constituent lodges represent inga membership over 7000 andI with only o member to be the line each year the magnitude of this honor iis apparent Mr SmittI was elected to this position first ballot receiving about 90 pc- icint of the vote cast which attests his popularity among his Masonic brethren Ho is also a member of the Sons of the American Revolution and whih nota church member con fesses a leaning toward the Presby tesian faith Many gjeatsouls havebeenioksb r hitueeI 4 OI TII MATRIMONIALToolsCochRANMr and Miss Nannie Cochran both of this county were married here last wee- kGiAssoNPAIKTiie wedding of Miss Mary Park to Mr William Hen ry Glasson of Dnrlmm N C took i place last Wednesday at high noon at the Christian church at Speedwell A large gathering or friends of the popular bride were assembled for the occa sion The church was decorated all the appoinimenlsbeing beautiful Miss Anne Bennett Cohen of this city was flower girl After the ceremony which was performed by a friend of the groom an elegant wed ding breakfast was served at the home of the brides grandfather Mr George W lark The happy couple then left for a short trip and will return here for a visit before going to Durham where Mr Glasson hold the chair of Economics in Trinity College and is also editor of the South Atlantic Quarterly Yoonj Turkeys About this time of the year the majority of the young turkeys will have baen hatched and also beyond the crit- Ical stage After tley are three months old they are very hardy and can stand exposure and other drawback well It is the first ten weeks of their existence that the tamer finds his loss greatest and a great many of young turkeys seem to die or disar pear from rome unknown cause but as a rule the mortality due to damp ness and to large licv on their heads It is unwise to turn then out to roost in the trees after they become feath ered as is often done for they are thus exposed to rains and drafts An open shed is an excellent protection for them They should not be allowed to wander oil to be destroyed by loxes or other enemies but should be looked after carefully as they will bring a good price in market fully ma turedEx EntertaInment For Editors ThA special committee on entertainment for the meeting of the Kentucky State Press Association which will meet at Crab Orchard Springs the week beginning July 24 met with the edi tor of The Record in this city Sunday talked over the plans and arranged a most Jeliphiful buiich cf attincticns and entertainments for the benefit of the laige crowd of editors who will at tend the meeting Those here Sun day were Messrs Clarence E Woods of Richmond Harry McCarty of Nicho lasvlllo and Vernon Richardson of Danville The management of the Springs has engaged Storms Lexing ton Military Band and Orchestra and this Hplemiid musical organization will play two concerts each morning and afternoon The orchestra will play during the dinner and supper hours and furnish music for two balls and a cer man to be given in honor of the editors rho committee mentioned above ar ranged far a big euchre party for time ladies of the party to be given one at ternoon also several guessing contests iu which handsome prizes will be awarded A special committee will look after the comfort of the ladles and a most pleasant time is in store for them For tie men a game of base ball fat mariis race bowling contests sack and to races and many other amusing affairs have been arranged All this will take place during the af ternoons as the entire mornings will be devoted to the transaction of business Mr Willis the venial manager of the Springs will serve a handsomer banquet during the meeting to which the ladles will be invited Some of the best speakers in the newspaper bust ness will respond to appropriate toasts The Lexington Military Band will play during the meal This iii looked for warijUo with great pleasure At the conclusion of the banquet the german wilt be danced in the dance hall wluijli will be especially decorated fo th jx 8i6 Lac Kter Record ft i LIP IJ 11 4tP f r rr f t i r t r r f f j fw 44 w w DEEP GUTS t ON A sw Shads 70 t Its against our policy to carry Low ShoeS from one season to another So here goes rushout prices on every pair in stock The famous y Hanan Walk= Over Bostonian it and Beacon Brands in the finest patent kid patent calf vici kid and Russia tans t 500 for i 375 400 4 i 295 t 3 50u 265 300U 235 250 4 185 150 IJ20 If youve never worn low cuts try a pair1 andsee how cool and comfortable L DBATH EinERMr and Mrs E V Elder have the deep sympathy ol their many friends over the loss of their sixweeksb old infant whose death Wednesday QRAYSOV William Grayson an aged inmate othe County Inhrmary died 6 there last week and was buried in the graveyard at Urion Deceased follow ed the trade of a shoe maker in his earlier davs He was 85 years old and leaves no relative- sIIrnnAlmMrs Willis Hnbbard died i last week at her home at Waco in the twentyfifth year of her ago liar remains were taken to Foxtown for interment Mrs Kubbard waff a Miss Simp son before her marriage and was popular with a wide circle ot friends BLACK After an illness of typhoid lever Mrs Samuel Black passed away at her home at Red House on last Wednesday aged 61 years Deceased was a most estimable woman and a devout member of the Christian chnrch Besides her husband she leaves four sons Will Black of Barbourville and General Black D P and James BlackI and two daughters Misses Nettie and Belle alt at home Her funeral was conducted Friday at her home thence her burial in the Richmondcemetery The bereaved family have the sympa thy of nil in their great trouble A Mwlcal Society Meetisf The Madison County Medical Societv met last Thursday in the Elks Club room with the following physicians present Dr John Suowdenof Kirks ville Drs Martin and Brady of King ston Dr Henry of Union City Drs Taylor Bosley Perry SiuidHn Dunn Vaught Jasper and Heath of this city Dr Clark of Lexington who is presi dent of the State Medical Society and Dr Shirley ot Winchester were also present and gave interesting talks on medical organizations and the impor tance of attending these county meet ingsrDr Vardy Taylor of Waco was to have read a paper but was absent much to the regret of time physicians present The meetings are both pleasant and profitable A delicious lunch was served at the close of the meeting At Estill Springs Oh the comfort of the grass on v warm sunny day It gives repose and new strength to the tired body to rest in Mother Natures lap It gives new life and interest to the eye to look across the smiling landscape covered Nith green ard golden brown The workman jaded from his long seasons woik or the incessant push of a short season which must contribute a full years income can now draw free breath and can go out if he will to the field to the meadow to the wood to the hrookside to the mountain and III close communion with our Bountiful Mother gain new strength and capacity for work and enjoyment One can not love Nature too much He can not study her in all her moods closely enough She is always new ever is there a new lesson to learn ever is beauty apparant to the eye over cau we learn the lesson of pure beauty which alone can develope the love for a pure art Let us get close to Nature this summer the great advantage is that we need not go far from home to find her beauty and strength giving powers They are right at hand No place on the globe is more suited for absolute rest such close communion with Nature as Estill Springe a sum mer resort right at our doors There can be found the most health giving waters the very best table service th coolest most comfortable bedrooms At Eetill Springs one can be filled with the very energy of growing lila This famous old rwdFttB located at Irvine and Is easlly fciijhyjihe Louisville Atlantic nMcMMgDSj further par ticulars fA IiLn1HOMASSprings t 1 trvae Ky t1- n IIi v Amazing It is amazing how many mothers will give their children medicines contain ing violent and dangerous drugs for- owel and stomach disorders when etter results with abolute safety ran be obtaiuedby the use of a pure pleasant harmless renedy like Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Try It at once Sold by Perry Thomas at Oc and 1 Money back if it fails 1m Happy is tie woman who has as many changes of gowns as she has of mind Wonderful Courage displayed by many a pocr invalid crushed under the weight of chronic troubles like constipation biliousness neuralgia headache stomach troubles etc But such suffering though braves quite unnecessary for Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin will surely euro all these diseases drive away all the unpleasant symptoms andrestore every invalid to health Try it at once Sold by Perry Thomas at 50c and SI Money back if it fails 1m Hope for the bestprepare foieworstand take what comes Dont Let Baby Cry When baby cries something is prob otherhgestlvebe lost in giving it a small dose of Dr PepsinThisfor Babies arId Children and should always be kept in the house It con candoSIloneytTrouble seldom visits those who do not expect it BANKSt ITS YOUR KIDNEYS Dont Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles Many people never suspect their kid neys If suffering from a lame weak or aching back they think that it is only urinarytroublecorrect itself And so it is with all the ersThattodiabetes PillsItkineysLinsurance sgent Kysaysful value of Doans Kidney Pills from themIshoulderThereaching over mv left kidney I tried thatIment as at the beginning Finally mv KuhlePillsnewspaperfrom those who had used theremedy so impressed me with the worth of this medicine that I got a box They Beforesigns of time dreadful aching pain and DoansKikney presentfromRichmonddeltons drug store and ask what his customers report WcFoStatesRemember andtake no other urn Piercing Kidney Pains Faulty kidney work brings on that large family of human miseries uf which Rheumatism Lumbago Gout Neuralgia and Sciatica are welt knuw members Ie Bells Kidney Plus will cure you rheY have never foiled There can le no doubt no uueertftimy about the result of living Delielle Kid ney Pills They cure all kidney diseases as surely as nulling a deeayed prboxWhy buy just as good when yin can the genuine Birde ll Wagirn at- D B Shackelford A Cos Wjulylui Fcul BreathCatarrh Use that which cleanses soothes ami heals the diseased membrane Bun sens Catarrh Cure is well a remedy Cures catarrh easily ami permaHeiHlv Injurfudruginstant relief Uiu saiis Catarrh CIIM is the only catarrh remedy sM ew positive guarantee Xo cure no MM Price 50c A cherry suit ot furniture for sale cheap lhone 108 tl A Surprise Party A pleasant surprise party may i given to your stomach and liver bv In king a medicinu which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz IIr Kings New Life Pills They are a most wonderful remedy nfTimliiip n sure relief and cure for headache liz ziness nnd constipation 25c at It u Stocktons drua store lui Dealers win tell you their wagon is just as good Why not buy the genii ine Rirdaell at the same meney of B Shackelford Co liJjiilylm I8 I I r re B relerX Bi9 I 14 OFFrI onall STRAW GOODS I I 85I e 200H U 150 I ft 150 H H ll 0jj5100 tf H IIearly and get your choice 12 Q Q flilflIflI0THE ONE PRICE HOUSE H Main Street Richmond Ky ifp cf J l JIIIII rror 4 J F St 1r i e r n Lf JL = f f r + t +a xr el erM8B o s e o S f SiSkS r o a ri ihWS a o rid c i I LACJKEYAND l HAMILTON I f Will Continue To Give ii I i SPECIALipRIGES ON GOODS II Always The Best For The Least Price Ii TeTel lreYer IeI eI exeIe el I IereIe s rssvy SftSgfcVSss SS i ej Sv 3 ITeIeli C l eI reIeI= There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR issEvery housewife every cook knows that Good Qakes Rolls Biscuits Ourcannotmill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is o the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Pro due Belle of Madison Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY DENTAL SratJESY DT OaVuVuvB 3C Vo otiDENTIST OF LOUISVILLE KT omee aed door to Government BalMing IcbmStxl Ky Office IHMIn1I to 121 to awl71y I v M Blanton IDENTIST agOmee tu Bennett Building hasty TBLKFHONE 196 FK Rut Nice store room on Second street suitable for grocery or other line of ii er handis Apply to Judge J C Ctienault or this office HI Newby Carriage A D Estes PropI All Kinds VehiclesI Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed Call and get prices before purchasing anything hi this line We will save you moneyNew Carriage Works Newby Ky 8 C Furniture Carpets Stoves It will prove to pour advantage to see our before BedsJBed Room Suits Folding Bods Wood Beds Iron Iflied Lounges Side Boards Hall Rooks Chairs SofaIJExtension Tables Center Tallies Cooking Stoves Carpets J Mattings Ifegs Lace Curtains Floor Oil Cloth Refrigerators or almost anything needed in the home at prices and terms to suit the purse ttl Cashor Easy Terms t j umaizJigthsMain street opposite Hotel Glyndon J c Richmond Ky Wilk Baxter Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York and Chicago the largest manufacturers of tho best WALLPAPERS in the world If you are going to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and not in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and get the best thats made W P BaxterEast Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price iixyr y y y m It 6 is nowIHouse Cleaning i Timeand nearly everybody wants Jg New Furniture jH or some new piece of furniture goodsJ Jy o24 Chairs of every description including all kinds of m PORQH FUNITURE IIJIwhich is now in demand andIus you our I Especial attention is paid to our J Undertaking Department W S OLDHAM IlI rer jf ifI x 1 yter Dr G G Perry Physician and Surgeon Hour 810tolImm 2 to 4 pm Office with Dr Bales over nice b Arne4s Bet Tele 525 nIClI ION KY N MILLER ATTOKSBTATLAW- BlCIIHOXD KlUrrUCKT Once n the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feWljr rtrLLrvANJA ATTOBSBYATLAW KENTUCKYfposite Court House on Main Street 10 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocer- yJACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law once over Perry Thomas drug store ittsChpionje tSCCCT S CHAMPION ouatxn KILLSTobacco Worms Effectively Economically and Quickly The most practical and economical dis tributer of Paris Green and other dry fieldjby of tobacco and pOtatogrowers as the best thing offered manIcation CountyQuitInsecticides Sprayers Bellows etc null treeWood Stubbs Co SEEDSMEN UDUVULE KFNf- UCSYSpring StylesSpr- ing is here and the time for general decorating Nothing helps the appear ance of a room more than fresh paper and a new coat of paint or varnish Thats what we want to tell you about IOWIfind better or more beau- tifulPAPER than we are carrying this season Then too we employ skilled workmen and that means as much as merely selecting pretty paper One beauty about our superb stock is that of low prices We inestiIproper styles We also handle all kinds of Window Shades and fixtures Pictures Oils Varnishes Paints etc Give us ncanI 6e Mv WiHging West Main Street RICHMOND KY aolII Cost LeastWear BsstISalesman Q E C BOOQS t Diamonds j- j c Watches t Clocks t Cutglass fitVvery These are some of the things to be found at Lanes J Jewelry Store If your watch or clock refuse to- go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that ft classJewelry wellfixedinx v L E Lane U Jeweler and Optician Bring your old vehicles to us and sve will make them as good as new by varnishingPrlcfs sonable RICHMOND CARRIAGE AVoRSte S L aiidkifT Prop c nicestlotCall on them when In need 28detf PREMIUM LIST 1 MADISON CO1 FAIR IMFIRST DAY 1 Best home made cheese 5 00 Special premium by Dr ST Dunn and Goo W Thorpe 2 Best two pounds butter 500 Special premium by Eo C Cornelison Gljndon Hotel Barber and 1errY Thomas Main S1 Druggists 3 Best baked ham 1000 Special premium by Crutcher Evans Undertakers and dealers in Furniture and Carpets one rock in chair value 1000 4 Best loaf salt rising bread 5 00 Special premium by D W Tribble Real Estate Agent and Dr J G Bosley 5 Best plate beaten biscuit 500 Special premium by Cap Dickerson Main St Barber and P L Willging dealer in Wall Paper Paints 6 Best two bottles home made wine 5 00 Special premium by Joe Stanifer Grocer and TBStone Barber 7 Best gallon ice cream to 500 Special premium by A Dobrowsty First St Clothier and Gus Delmuth Confectioner and Baker 8 Best gallon pine apple sherbet 5 00 Special premium by Uuoo Yoey proprietor of Chinese Laundryall hand work Second St Richmond Ky 9 Best white cake to be made of Lexington Cream Flour 7 00 Special premium by Lexington Roller Mill Co 100 pounds Cream Flour to first value 360 100 pounds Cream Flour to second value 350 10 Best sponge cake 700 SpeCial premium by Ballard Ballard Louisville Ky one barrel Ballards Obelisk Flour value 700 11 Best chocolate cake 5 00 Special premium by J W Zaring Grain and Mill Co One barrel best Patent Flour value 700 12 Best white fruit cake 5 00 Special premium by J S Collins Stock Dealer and Farmer 13 Best black cake to 20 00 Special premium by W S Oldham Undertaker and dealer in Furniture Handsome chair to first value 1500 Cash to second 500 13i 00SpecialOptician one ladys watch value 15 00 HARNESS HORSES r 14 Best mare or gelding any age 50 OO 35 to first 15 tosecond SADDLE HORSES 15 Best saddle stallion any age 50 00 c35 to first S15 to second 16 Best walking stallion mare or gelding 25 00 20 tp first 5 to second 17 Best stable of horses on ground owned or controlled by exhibitor three or more to constitute a stable No combinations al lowed 35 00 25 to first IQ to second 18 Best roadsterrinare or gelding any 50 00 35 to first 515 to second Horses with records barre- dRACESFIRST DAY 300 trot v 400 00 300 pace 400 00 00TheEntries close July 15 1905 Running Races each day Mule Race each da- ySECOND DAY 19 00SpecialG Sandliri practicing physician and Jas Yates 20 Best mule any age 20 00 15 to first 5 to second 21 Best pair mules any age 20 00 15 to first 5 to second theMadison22 Best rockaway mare or gelding 25 00 20 to first 5 second SADDLE HORSES 23 Best saddle mare or gelding four years and over i 50 00 35 to first 15 to second 24 Best orgeldingnelkteat 2500to 520 to first 55 to second 25 3years25 00 820 to first S5 to second For Sale CheapA splendid upright Cbickerfng piano a Jake surrey and perfectly gentle family horse tom bined and a good buggy Also a Rood organ J W McGABVEY JE Heals Burns and Cuts Without leavlngtigly semi inperfecting usekeeper andbruisesFirst Aid to the Injured When applied ttJtwoleaving ugly UeniUhesand d scars When applied to a cut stops the ble ir6nndfrothebottom lrtontactnsbothrbnhlifedisfigured bums and cuts TfcecouditiQus lance isfamishedable price TIns new remtYTy IS n howc I1itfararnica old salves ariiliniments fieryfamily should keep Taracatnpli tbp theounty skhnanofactusers bymph Series of Meetings We will begin a series ol meeting at Speedwell Ky with the Viney Fork Baptist church July 23 1905 at 730 p m assisted by Rev G W Hill pastor of Baptist church Princeton Ind Will begin a series of meetings at CityBaptist GeorgeGreenrenceburg Ky Will also begin a series of meetings at Waco Kv with the Waco Baptist church September 15 1905 at 730 p m assisted by Dr B B Bally pastor of KyAllthe above meetings- R Ii Brandenburg Pastor 12july4t Box 12G Waco Ky Bent Her Double whenItHnnteroltttsbu doctorsleouldto rest my bands on my knees when I Itrestored my health and strength and everThey kidneydrag store grfce Oe1m Y Richmond Ky July25g2SHARNESS HORSES 26 Best pair mares or geldings 35 00 25 to first 10 to second 27 Best colt regardless of sex 100 00 five per cent to enter five per cent deducted from money winners Money divided 60 25 and 15 per cent Special premium by Frank Fehr Brewing Co RACESSECOND DAY 214 trote 400 00 225 pacee 400 00 218 trot 400 00 The program of races are subject to change L Entries close July 15 190- 5THIRD DAY HARNESS HORSES 28 Best stallion mare or gelding one year old and under twoto to 15 00 10 to first 55 to second 29 Best stallion more or gelding two years old and under three 15 00 10 to first 5 to second 30 Best stallion mare or gelding three years old and under four 25 00 20 to first 5 to second 31 Best stallion mare or gelding four years andover 40 00 830 to first 10 to second Special premium by the four banks of Richmond Ky 32 Best fancy turnout for road purposes stal lions exeh edto15 00 Special premium by J T Short Louisville Kyone handsome carriage robe value 1500 33 Best broodmare and suckling colt 20 00 Special premium by KeithSchrader Harness Co Maysville Kyset of harness value 20 31 Best lady rider 10 00 Special premium by Jones Mason Main St Saloon 35 Best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age 200 00 Five per cent to enter and five per cent from money winners Money divide 60 25 and 15 per cent RACESTHIRD DAY 230 trot 400 00 220 trot 400 00 220 pace 400 00 The program of races are subject to change Entries close July 15 1905 One silver cup value 25 00 For trotters eligible to 230 class mile heat best in three To be competed for by the following members of the Madison County Amateur Driving Club Tbos Moberley J D Chenault Joe Chenault J J Neale Smith Oldham L N NealoFThos Collins Dr C C Hooker Dr Dr Jasper Geo Phelps Irvine HumetWm Luxon Neale Bennett D It Tevis Peter Ferri- ellFOURTH DAY f36 Best harness stallion any age 35 00 25 to first 10 to second 37 Best boy rider under 14 years 10 00 Special premium by Geo W McKinney Farmer and Stock Dealer 38 Best combined stallion mareor gliding any age 50 00 35 to first 15 to second 3Si Special premium by Irvine Azbill best suck ling colt either sex getof Verdict Sea son to Verdict 1906r39 Best saddle mare any age 35 00 Special premium by Dr H C Jasper 25 to first 510 to seconl 40 Best model stallion mare or gelding shown to halter Animal to be sound 13500 25 to first 10 to second 41 Best Shetland pony to be riden by child un V der 12 years old Pony and rigging to be considered 1000 42 Best saddle geldinganyage35 OQ 25 to first 10 to second HARNESS HORSES t 43 Best roadster stallion mare or gelding any 5 age 10000 Five per cent to enter and five per cent from money winners Money dividedk00 25 and 15 per cent f f Special premium by Lexington Brewing Co v RACESFOURTH DAY 227 trot 400 00 225 pace 40000 230 pace V 400 00 The program of races are subject tocliangec Entries close July 15 1905 V Running races each day Asthma Sufferers Should Know This Fojeys Horsy and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were consid eyed hopeless Mrs Adolph Buesinc 701 West Third street Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold con tracted twelve years ago was neglected until it finally grew into asthma The best medical skill available couldnot Rive me more than temporary relief Foleys Honey and Tar was recom mended and one fifty cent bottle en tirely cured me of asthma which bad been growing on me for twelvo years and if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years oi suffering For sale by K C Stockton IjunhtnD TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY Atteatfea Fanam I hope received two carloads of the celebrated Page fencing the best thats made Before contracting for fencing of aay description it will prove to your advantage to get rprlce- stfJlCQYXirkaTiU Ky DR LANUMAU Hotel Glyndon Wednesday July 12 1905 doooooouIT 1NO THE WHEELS WILL NOT LIFT FROM THE GROUND When You Buy a Mower BUY A CMPIONiTh- ereis more than a half century of experience behind CHAMPION mowers They are worldronowncil grass cutters for they are known and used wherever grass grows They do excellent work and the demand for them is steadily increasing C E Douglas Co Successors to Arbuckle Simmons Hardware IW are Stove Farming Implements Today Its up to you This store has been the shopping center of Richmond for years and will continue so We are prepared to meet all you wants in our line for the warm weather Let us suggest a few things to you in regard to our line lOur prices are right 1 Our merchandise is reliable 3 That it is our aim to please the most fastidious taste What more cult we say White Gibson YE OLDE RELIAFLE SHOP Rt NI FF Et1S Cures Cholera Infanfum Diarrhoea Dysentery and the Troubles of Children of j Age Aids Digestion l II1LawBowl the Bowels Strength Child and MAKES EASY t Costs Only 25c at Druggists or mail 25c to C J M D St Louis Mo Mother Hesitate no longer but save the health and life of child as thousands have done by giving these powdefs- TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over comes tho effects of the summers heatupon teething children OLD JOEWHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaranteed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No tBETTER for medicinal pur- beposesurnfshedstrictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 4 00 per gallon 10h bottles 55 4J Ujugs 260 w 5 bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD B- YMFEnright First Street +CALL AT JONES MERSBONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptoiate and accommodation Genuine Sarasota Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St Why dont you fence your farm and keep your old cow at homo S me will say what fence must to buy UIUIB Sam uses the Page Fence it ought to do yours Sold byJ F Coy m m nffi ffiffiffiffim17f GREAT SACRIFICE R 9f OnO worth of Boys and Childrens Clothing at less than manufactur T t ers prices TffQ are badly overstocked in this department We Have Cut the Prices to the Core Mothers and fathers we can interest you Come quick and secure bargains fBoys Suits short pants costing irons 1 to f2 Our 9 10 and 12 Boys Long PantSuits at ffiand 3 at SOcts 5 112JOur250 This is a great Sacrifice Sale s Come quick and secure bargains + LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS l rLexingtons Leading Clothiers LEXINGTON KY Sole agents for Alfred Benjamin Cos Correct Clothing for Men We are HOW displaying tho mspring styles Richard Shryock the famous Bluegrass Cutter has charge of our Merchant Tailoring Depfttarat GIVE HIM A CALL v