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I d j T1FERICHMQND CLIMAXU t I OLUMB28 i I If RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1901 NUMBER 2G =PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrOltNEYS RW MlLtER ATTOHMITATLAW KKXTOCKT RIC810KD the BUTDMfl Building next door to irniers Office National lank teb3i1 SULL ZVAN JA ATTO us BVATLA w RICHMOND KENTUCKY over State Bank Trust Co ope poIte0t house on Main treet MV 0 Al OUKNAULT A TTORXE YS A T LAW KENTUCKYRlCHMOVn fiO on Second street over nit grocery W R LETCHER tiorneyat Law KENTUCKY fcowosD jt5iH over Taylor Bron Store JKSaN ROBERTS AT 101 NSBLLOR3 AT LAW RU IIMOND KENTUCKY 1oe ovrrThurm Grocery a1IpanytO PETSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PnxfV XS JAW SVRGEObS KENTUCKY ISICMMCD OSceiithf oe Cclins building IS andto Sec- iud old dructore27Sweet ore Vime CHAS C HOOKER J ETERIXARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterior Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty at my table on corner First and tT rStLRichmond Ky apr7ly U C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery OfiniePratlier Building Main Slreet l Ip ne at residence the Carr place on Broadway icnsoxn KENTUCKY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HMOD KENTUCKY 3SNTAL SURaE1T1boT C httt DENTIST OF LOUISVILLE Ky- I1flee next door to Government Building mpd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 1iI ly DR LANDMAN Hotel ilyndon- i f ne liiy November 13n d iiI tIoocls ND Our prices+ 4 f4 + im1it1 you to trade with us wiien you give us a trial tuB JB- IithB 1J B3- J1ithI1i3 n a OIn J w L ulies cannot be decehed bv catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we liive to say is we buy 11 the best markets of tu world select the la youIntua latest uptodategOlS Is that what you wmt If so trade with nit ANDGiDson I am agent for the Page Wire Fence J And will srll any1 amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tI es Also pure bred Darock Jersey Hogs for sale J TCOY Ktrksvllle Ky rsChO r n 0- j ii UJ a IC CJ 8 n r UJ 11 8 I Y j IIInh C v CT tty i JEWELRY e3C aCtSThe Kentuckywill VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky for repairing SplitSecond and Swiss Watches also1Jt finet++ I Han make a specialty of MEDALS DesilnilllCHave you Seen ofBryantimes My Motto ANDFAIn Victor Bogaert 57 E KYl3febly IJAPATESE A Now and ComrTpto Treatment iiDn ClnJaIDg Of twIInoperiuoiwith ofwruwuorVrIttcOunrnntoo SenttyBozCONSJATION ittouLArosudto take epectalIT IdPtOd for chlldrenlI ne tO rrakoJapawFor tale by Stockton Hasan Druggists ID j3ll9Successor to J W Azbltl iyJ M d Sals Stabli IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND mch7ly KENTUCKY We are now ready to show yon our immense stock of latest designs in W17 Pjperfor Summer and Fall trade- eComprising many t pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices ar- eJust Right We invite you to call and look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRY THOMAS WALL PAPER COW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator t17Jantf PHONE 73 +SOUTHERN RftlLMY IK KENTUCKY t faKU ii Soi 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scheme Capt Charles Lee Jr Falmouth J R Rogers Cane llidgv A W Basconi Owingsville J H Hazislrigg Frank fort Col Leland Hathaway Winches ter lion J B M Oreary Kiehmond Col WO Saufly Stanford L P Young Lexington Doe H Redd LtX GeorgetowljHrn P Uipy Lnwrerc burg Cot R II inningham Henderson Capt W J Stone Kuttawa R A Hruwder Rue sellville ColTM Barker Hopkins vihlelIon Chrrles L Banghtrv Bris tow Thomas Dwjer Murganfield UV N Ualdeman Col Bennett H Young John W Gieea and L S Hardin Louisville The first meeting or the committee was held last week Fourteen mtjtn Iwrs of tie committee were preent Col Bennett H Yonng was elected chairman and L S Hanlin secretary The otjier members present were W N Hal cman Doe H Redd Dr J M Poyntz P S Hardy J Wtireeii J P lilly Capt C H Lee Jr Chants Daughtry O Coleman Thomas Dwyer Mtj J H Leathers and J R Rogers After Col Youngs election as chair man a resolution was introduced and adopted naming the following associate membcrtfof the committee JM Arnold J H Leathers J B Briggs and George B Taylor Col Young pre sented the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted liaohcd That in addition to the chairman of this committee there be a first vice chairman and and a second vice chairman a secretary a corres ponding secretary and a treasurer 2 That an Execnthe Committee consisting of seven embers shall be chosen by the committeeof which Ex ecutive Committee the chairman aiid the Major General commanding the Kentucky Division shall he exolficio members the other five members to be named from those constituting the com- mIttee heretofore appointed 3 That the Commaddaut of each camp together with its Adjutant and such other members they may name shall constitute a local committee and the duties of such local committee hall be to secure subscriptions to the Confederate Home fund to inform the public of the plans and purposes of the Confederate Association of Kentucky in regard to the home for invalid and disabled members and to assist and co operate with the committee of twenty five in securing either such financial aid or such legislation as shall carry out the plans and purposes of the commit tee as outlined by the resolutions passed by the State Reunion held in Louis yule on October 22 and 23 1901 4 That the Executive Committee be and are hereby authorized to secure such clerical help as may be necessary carry on the active correspondence of the committee to communicate with the various camps aud local commit tees and to distribute among the peo pIe of Kentucky and the fllellds of this cause such circulars and such printed matter as may be useful in creating an interest in the work of thIs committee 5 That the Executive Committee hereinbefote provided for shall have full authority and power to represent this committee while not In session and it shall be the duty of said com mittpe to carry on the work along the lines provided for and in obedience to the suggestions and directions of time General Committee The committee elected Major J II Leathers treasurer and Harry P Mc Donald corresponding secretary Time committee then issued the following circular to the people of Kentucky It was signed by all time committee and was readby Col Young looLcTheConfederate Veteran Association at its annual meeting in Louisville on the 23d day of October 1901 took definite and positive action concerning the founding ami maintenance of a Confederate horne Afler full discussion the necessity of such a home wits un animously cmceded and it was determined by the said association to enter at once upon active work to secure that end For this purpose the Command ing General wax directed to designate persoimsfrom TRY ITIWomen suffering front femal- etroubles and weakness and from irregular or paiqful men ses ought not to lose hope if doctors cannot help them Phy sicians arc so busy w thother- diseases that theydo not understand fully the peculiarail- ments and the delicate organism cf woman Whatl the sufferer ought to dp is to give- a fair trial to BRAOFIELDS Female Regulator which is the true cure provided by Nature for all female troubles It i5The formula of a physician of the highest standing who devoted his whole life to the study of the distinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers wives and daughters It is made of soothing healing strengthening herbs and vegetables which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure lrregtilanityin the menss Leu eorrhcea Falling of tke Nerv eosness Headache and Backache In iairoess to h rse1laR4l to fidi TIettl8 Female HeHlaWKy vecy 3t1lferl8cWQtHl1ot1i1bt to give il- Dl a A5 large tItIottt wm do a wosd rfnl amount good SoW by druggiatL a eo Ioe TM BratteU l jnteiir to Atfajpu ftb JIla ti c which said committee was charged with the work of raising 25000 lor the purpose of building and furnishing a Confederate home and said committee was also directed to take such steps as might be necessary to secure legisla tion in Kentucky hy which apercnpitu allowance should be made from the titale Treasury for the earn and prnper support of the inmates of such Confed orate home It wan deemed wise as well as just by the association that time Confeder ate veterans in Kentucky should man ifest such an interest in the Confeder ate home and should make such contribution and rule such suinans woud show their willingness and their inter est In this work Time undersigned appointed an this committee have organized have elect ed Col liennott H Young chairman Cap J II Leathers treasurer and Harry P McDonald corrvvpoLding secretary and an executive committee has been appointed to take the necessary steps to RecLine the heartiest coopera tion from all time camps connected with the Confederate Ataociation in time State of Kentucky anti toiay out such plans and to secure such help as a e essential to develop as well as to cany on this great work 12 From information which has come to this committee it U their judgment that there ate at this time not less tin t fifty Confederate vecrans who now need the help of such a home and whose condition itlluch as to require some such provision fur supplying their wants The necessity fur snch an In stitution becomes more apparent as well as more pressing eveiy hour Ninetyfive per rent of all the Confed rates in Kentucky nru now over sixty years of age Time hardships through vhi h they have passed while fighting for the cause which they believed just is now beginning to tell with acceler ated force with these veterans fast ap proaching the evening time of life Al though less than forty years have nlaseJ since time end of time great civil struggle the courage the fidelity anti the heroic endurance and superb brim tude ottjie veterans of the Confederate armies have become not only appreciat ed but are receguized the world over as an example of patriotic devotion arm manly self sacrifice which is entitled to hearty recognition among a brave and chivalrous people As time true story of tilt great war is moreaccurnt ly writ ten the world is becoming hetter informed as tn the suffering intrepidity and patience and courage of the men who composed the Confederate army and wherever men may go the conduct In battle and on the lurch of time men who composed both the Federal anti Confderate armies is now recognized as a type of the truest and hfchebt man hoodThe Confederate soldiers hall no pen sions They have relied upon them selves They have fought lifes battles in a vast proportion of instances not only with great success but also with fortitude and with advancing years and decreasing numbers tIme world be gins to hold in highest appreciation the men who composed the armies which followed the great Confederate leaders As timers old Confederates are led in such high esteem itis distressing to all fair and reasonable men to see them lack nlther the necessaries or comforts of life This duty to provide for help less comrades appeals with tremendous force to Confederate veterans them selves It is not possible for the Con federate veterans in Kentucky to make proper provision for any great length of time for their debilitated comrades and as the years coma and go the men who can help tho invalid veterans are decreasing while time numbers of Con federates who need help are rapidly in creasing This committee is of the opinion that under all the circumstances and iu view of the splendid provision made by the national government for the Federal veterans who need assistance the State of Kentucky which gave more than 40000 of her sons to the cause of the South anti who occupied so con spicuous a place in the Confederate army and who by their courage and gallantry brought always credit to their State will be glad of an opportunity through reasonable appropriation to provide for the proper care and sup port of these Confederate veterans This committee therefore urge upon the Confederate veterans to m ke prompt and generous rcbponse to this call and at time earliest moment lo raise the necessary funds for time carrying out of the plans set forth in the resolu lions passed by time Slate organization and they also ask of such people in Kentucky or elsewhere us sympathize In this movement to aid it by earl and liberal contributions J M Poyntz Leland Hathaway Bennett H Young J B McCreary John WreenWCSanily W N Haldeman Doe H Kedil IllBipy J A Lewis C Ii Daughtry W 0 Colemau L P Young Itll Cunningham L S Hardin W J Stone Capt C tee Jr It A Urowder JR Itogers T M Barker A W IJascom Thbs Dwyer Jll llazelrigg Committee An Old Landmark The malt who buys the Mathers Mill farm will have the honor ot owning the tutu to which Thomas Lincoln the father of resident Lincoln took his little sack cl corn to be grourd each week The Lincoln home was eiuatrd aboit a mile or more from thd mill and With a sack of corn across time back of an old gray marrTom Lincoln used to go to mill every Saturday and while the corn was going between the bulirs he could be seen with a fishing pole in hand holding down one end of Ihe mill dam or if lie wasnt too tiredsome of his old neighbors said Tom Lincoln re ceived laziness as his only inheritance he would play marbles with the other feilowe who bail come to mill President Lincqlju vividly remembered the old mill and once asked about it when inquiring about his old home and In a note book of his is found a leaf Oft which tie locates his birthplace as being about aml1e from the old Kirk patrick mill M it wee timeR known Larue Herald One of the ho more of the campaien appeared In the atatmns4mt of A Kew YOlk newnpftpw that a aeHtgo daf mutes hlI OM CM f on oftto eandidftlM oath tieJ r Help Nature IIiiI wrong They need a little I i help to get their digestive ii machinery working pro- perlyscwj9 t H COD LIVER OBiWTHHYPOPHOSPHITESOFLINESSODA thisIj 1 ii= 1Ii larger children from half to I a teaspoonful according to i age dissolved in their milk I I if you so desire will very I i soon show its great nourishing 1 = power If the mothers i I = milk does not nourish the = Ibaby she needs the emul I JfIsocandroo all druggists J BOWNE Chemists New LSCOTT IItlIIIIYorkJ An Overstocked Farm An overstocked farm is an unprofita ble one nine times out of ten The farmer who is carringmore hogs than he can properly take care of ib in a fair way to lose money fRcre is no stock in which an oversupply results in loss quicker than sheep mntlswimme It does not do to crowd them At a farm recently there wore 150 pigs of all ages size and sex running in a single lot all of them thin hungry and squealing This was not a profitable Condition for them to be In They were not in shape to add growth and gain from the feed they were receiving It is safe to say that had the farmer only 50 headof hogs mid they were divided into even sizes and ages anti fed well gottlll g thcm into a good smooth growthy con dillon that the profits on the 50 would be more than those on the 150 Overstocking is the bane of many nn en- thusIastic young farmer who is of the opinion that profits are multiplied ac cording to the number kept regardless of condition Dont overstock III the language of time street dont bite oft more than you can chew Swine Urederb Jonrmmal A Special Offer To introduce it quickly into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week for the mouths including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited ny William Marlon Reedy con tains the best independent polieal arti des stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince yon FOB sale by all newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Write fur ample copies THE MIRROR 4jCptf It Louis Mo Why doesnt Butler ask for a Con of Inquiry and be done with it THE HOME GOLD CURE AX IXfiEXIOUS TUKATJIKXT BY WHICH iltUMiAUUS AUK BEING CUKKI- UAILY IN SlITK W TIJE1 SELVES No Noxious Ooita No Weakening uf the Nerves A Ilpasant ana Iusilivo Cure fur the Liquor Habit It is now generally known and un derstood that Drunkenness is a dissiise and not weakness A body lilted with jxirionand nerves completely shattered periodical or constant use of intoxicating an antidote capable of neutralizing and eradicating tins poison anti destroying time craving for intoxicants SulTencrs may now cure themselves at home without publicity or loss of time from business bv this wonderful HOME GOLD CURE which lmas been perfected after many years of close study and treutniont of inebriates TIme faithful use according to directions of this wonderful discover Is positively guaranteed to cure time most obstinate case no matter how Hard a drinker Our records show the marvelous transformation of thousands of Drunkards into sober industrious and upright men WIVES CURE YOUR HUS BANDS I CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATHERS 11 This remedy is in no senna a nostrum hut is a specific for this disease only smith is so skillfully devised anti prepared that It is thoroughly soluble and pleasant to the taste that it ran be given in a cup of tea orcoHVa without the knowl dge of the person taking it Thousands of Drunkards have cured themselves with this priceless remedy and as many more have been cured and mails tutu perate men by having the CURE ad ministered by loving friends and relar lives without their knowledge1 in coffee or tea and believe today that they diHcontmued driukingof their own freewill DO NOT WAIT Do not bo deluded by apparent and misleading im provement Drive out the disease at once for all time The HOME GOLD CURE is sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar thus placing within of everybody treatment more effectual than others costing 25 to 50 Full directions accompany ell- package Special advice by skilled phyBiclane when requested without ex tra Sent prepaid to any part of time world f n receipt of One Dollar Address Twt 0 959 KDWIN B GILKS 4t COMP ANY 2330 and 2332 olphilOor eom4a Hal lth rljrr g MR ROOSEVELTS THANKSGIVING TURKEY It Will Come From the Rhode Islander Who Always Supplies the White House Following time prrcsrJeit of Almost thirty Thankfgivinir Hayp Horace Vose of Westerly Illuxle island will end time prize turkey of all his flocks to grace the new Prpoiilente dinner table on November 28 When Mr Vo e began the cnotoni of sending n turkey to the Ire ldpnt writes a con tributor to the November Ladies Home Journal ho had no motive other than to send a Thanksgiving birth to the man who writes the Thanksgiv lug oroclnmntions The pioneer turkey went to Iresident Grant in 1873 II weighed thirtysix pounds and elicited the first of the courteous notes which have been coming everhincein acknowl edgment from the executive Mansion Mr Vise has been dubbed The Turkey King1 All through time summer and fall he makes occasional vififl to time farms in the vicinity keeping a watch ful eye on time many flocks anti mate Iv scanning the strutting roinpanies for the coming champion time distinguish ed member of all the feathery tubes that is to rise eventually to time dignity of a place on the White House dinner table ANTITOXIN Kill SWIXB DISEASES Returns from the Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses in 1899 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr P II De Vaux after several years of scientific experiments and study succeeded in isolating the true germofswlnedlseasesand prepared a Serum Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the DeVaux Chemical Co of Chicago uver400 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy Hogs treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of their Antitoxin in yclI Bwinw will absolutely prevent death by disease and In sick kwine will tave at least tspercent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farmer caa easily mdmlaliterthe Antitoxin Order according to the number of hogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient for six hon 100 Antitoxin Syringe 350 DeVaux Chemical Company 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 2laprly Judge H C McDowell Mr H C McDowell the Keutnrklan who was last week appointed by the President Judge of the Western District of Virginia is the son of the late H C McDowell of Lexington Mr Mc Dowell is forty years of age a graduate of Yale College class of 81 He made his degree of Buclielorof Laws in the year following at time University of Virginia under the lute distinguished John B Minor He began the practice of his profession at Lexington Ky his former home but removed to Rig Stone Gap Vn in 1SS7 and since that time has been in active practice there Hnce his residence of nearly fifteen years at that place he has hada large practice embracing a wide range of subjects and involving some of the larg est commercial interests in the State That section of Virginia has during the past fifteen years been greatly de veloped in ite material resources anti this development has brought with it a large amount of important litigation Mr McDowell from time beginning has commanded a largo share of the practice involved in these important matters He has been an untiring worker and line never known an idle day He is broad student of the principles vt Me profession and is regaided by the law yang and judges with whom lie has come in contact as one of the most thorough anti widely read lawyers The large utnnjer of eases in which he has been engaged III the Supreme Court of Ap peals of Virginia as well as in higher Federal Courts fully sustain the high estimate placed on his ability by his personal associates Reliable and Gentle A pills a pill says tIme aw But there are pills slid iis Yon want a pill which is certain thorough and gen tIe Mustnt gripe DeWitf Little Early Risers fill the hill Purely veg table Do not force but assist the bowels to Set Strengthen and invigorate Small and easy to take IKKKV and THOMAS The YouthsCompanion in J9021 To condense In a paragraph the announcement of Time Youths Companion for 1002 is not easy Not only will two hundred storywriters contribute to time paper but many of the most eminent of living statesmen jurists men of science and of letters scholars sailors soldiers anti travelers including three members of the Presidents Cabinet In a delightful series of articles on military and naval topics the Secretary of time Navy will tell How rack Live Julian Ralph the famous war corres pondent will describe How Men Feel in Battle and Winston Spencer Churchill M P whose daring escape from a Boer prison pen is well remem bered will dwciiUo some experiences On the Flank of thin Armv And this is but a beginning of the long list A complete announcement will be ttent to any address free The publishers also announce that every new subscriber who sends 75 for the 1902 volume now will receive all the Issues for time remaining weeks ot 1JOl free from time time of subscription also TIme Companion Calendar for 1902all In addition to time 52 issues of The Corn pall ion for 1002 TUB YOUTHS COMPANION 105 Columbia ave Boston Mass A Physician Testifies II have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Citro timid have never used anything In my tlieljayCUllntvHall county Ga IMne a phynielanl have prescribed and found it to give the bent rvgiilts If time nodvoueat remain nmitiigtotetl in your stuillllchit leciiys there anti poisons the nvstem Yon can this hy dirtfng limit that nienuH Ktitrvatinn Kodol Iypp siit Cure digests what you eat You need finder from neither dyspeptia mir starvation The worst raw qntekly cured Never fails PERRY I II UAS If repontsare true tho British have accepted a canal treaty containing the very points insisted upoa by the Sen ate laet year and at that time rejected by Her Majestys government The question now recurs whether it was then TeJ4e4544mint o4 piq e 01 at a List friMM Mr Itatht he woukl be xM If hew r aivea a clite tftH MV hie heM bf KptMttHy to Utbe ttyMIItm flMlly b wtiftad ir Do You Know That BuggIes and Carri ages are from to cheaper now than they were a few weta ago We still have good selection on our floor You sate money by buy Ing now and Ws LOUIS GUS STRAUS- s Great Fall Opening S- aleCLOTHING tJl GREATEST SALE OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING T EVER KNOWN IN KENTUCKY 1J11Suits Clay line 300 regular price J 50 and 2 00 now 98 CentsWhich is than We have just received our Fall importations our Tailoring Department and are ready to you the largest best and most complete line of these goods This department is of Richard Shryock will be glad to you our line t t t MAKE OUR YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN LEXINGTON LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT FURNISHING HATTERS ETC LEXINGTON KENTUCKY MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discover FOIL Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Coughs Colds HayFeverPleurisy WhoopingCough Price EOs Trial Bottlo Free rTheres tV no reflection so dainty no light so charming as the mellow gloW that comes from CORDOVAWax J Prepared In mn cior tints to humonlwith Bar rounding In dining j room drawing room bed room or balL Sold Terwbtrt usda b 3 STANDARD xSX S OIL J Q Beauties For All a7 JWe have time best lIowertcan be produced rJthat it Our Floral 5are beauties We possess l and practice the necessa J ry KNOW now mar ranging Ford er receives our personal at jf tenUonJs 10 JLEXINGTON KY tw t hENRY L PERRY tg- tc Dells Flowers Everywhere f t4Qir- eatest BargainsEver THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND Both One Year For 150 Tho OH 10 Cleveland 0 is the best atcriculiural live stock market anti home weekly journal in thus For every member of the family It to make farm par tIme homo happv It usa 20 pains every week of en 24 pages Most comrletaiiI reliahla market re Largest actual stuff of practical editorsandcorrpBpondpnfM all farmers No iride awake farmer willu with out thliRrMt Anlt hmyo jonniHl It will pay f rielf time iMtnitu Ad41M XPtoJtieIrI K J TUB qualIItrup Ej Carriage John Donelson Prop iMens Black Wor j sted Suits 4 99 t The largest and 4 of Suits every shown in Kentucky from the4 It celebrated firm of Alfred Benjamin Co N Y dozen Shirts less Cost in we show in Kentucky in charge who show STORE WHEN TAILORS GENTS GOODS Consumption tl Decorations go FARMER conntry tellajinw the finest Peoples Friend Is he who sells good goods for the least money Thats what we are doing Our bargains in furn iture includes Bed Room Suites Iron BedsFolding Beds Rockers Couches Dinning Tables Chairs 4+ 44 + +4 4V4 + +++ + ++ verythirg 7hfloe + + 4+ + + 4 + + + i + + + + Our Undertaking department in charge of Mr Arthur Todd is complete in every respect W S Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND Jalj3ly KENTUCKY nn WALLPAPERSLARGEST CENTRAL KENTUCKY forceOthe discounts Good papers from 3c on up in price Window Shades JO 15 20 and 25c to the finest handmade andwe make all kinds of Shades A good mixed paint for KJO pure Linseed Oil and tfWhite Lead at factory prices freight added Largest stock of Picture Framing materials in time Ktato We will fram your in up todnte money Dont forget that you will nvn mlllavllid htl material poor workmanship and vexatious dolajs by having Willging with his force of killed workmen S ++ ++ + GEO M WILLGINGManufacturer of all kinds of Paints Paints for all kinds of purposes Each specific Paint for ft specific purpose 209 West Min Street RICHMOND KY WHY NOT BUYTHE BEST No 75 Top a c f High Grade Vehicles adl1ar Price List i CO Glen Rock Pa1 For 4 Standing Surrey eritlS1A COSMO CARRIAGE eptthuiS Rubber Stamps ISCALL AT + THIS OFP1CE + + + 5 Y 7 w S T r l 1 1 he Richmond Climax J C CI1ENAULT President A D MXLLEn Manager RanT SCROWE nEditor WEDNESDAY NOV 20 1901 rDBLISUEU EVERY WKDNItaUAY BY Tha Climax Printing Co Incorporated TUB welcome address delivered by Col W C P Breckinridge before till Slate Federation of Labor Unions in Lexington lust week came near being tho cause of the disruption of the whole labor organization Col Brecklnrldee in his speech said that lie believed in the union of capital and the union of labor but he denounced the recent strikes in strong term and said that principles of a strike in any time or any placo were wrong Owing to the hard feeling brought about in the meet ing the Blue Grass Typographical Union withdrew from the Organization Hon Charles J Bronston was afterward called upon to make a speech in which he presented the claims of the claims of the Labor Unions and answered all of Col Breck Jnridges criticism THE Danville Business Mens Club after its organization might dAvote it sell to the very profitable amusement of agitating In favor or a Government building for Danville The location of the Internal Revenue office here and the present classification of the post office particularly in view oftlie es tablishment of a free delivery system would seem to imply pretty strongly the need for a building for tha transaction of Government business Advo cateTita race for the Speakershlp of the next houseof Representatives is getting warmer every day and it is uselest n w to guets at the strength of any particular otmdidate The candidates for the honor are Hon Gerald Fimi of Franklin Simpson county lIon G Allison llilland of Eminence anti Hn L E Weathersiord of Grave county They were all prominent Idlers in the last Legitlature and all have many friends throughout the State at work PRESIDENT ROOSEVKLT has offered the K ivernorship of Oklahorra to Horace Speed of Guthrie a former Ken tutkian lie is at present the United states District Attorney for the Terri try and it is probably that he will not relinquish that olflVe Mr Speed was hun and reannl in Kentucky but Btailied law in Indianapolis under the care of Benjamin Harrison lie went to Oklahoma at the opening of tho ter ritory and was appointed to his pres ent oifice by President Harrison lbs MILTON J DUHHAST formerly Member of Congress from this Dis trict afterward Comptroller of the Treasury nn Ier Clevelands adminis tration and until recently Cashier of the Central Bank of Lexington has befn appointed to the desk of Deputy Collector in tho Seventh District Banqut to Judge Cochran the banquet in honor of Judge Coch rau and the Federal Court at the Hotel Ulyndou last Wednesday night was out of the most brilliant affairs ever given in this city There were seventy five guests present of whom the majority wer ovisitors from the neighbor ing towns The Richmond Bar showed the visitors what the metropolis could do in the way of entertaining her guests Gov McCreary was the toast master and the following toasts were responded to The Judiciary Hon- E M Dickson The Law Hon JII Tinsley The Bar Judge C 11 Breck Kentucky Hon WB Smith Our Guest Major C F Burnam Response Judge Cochran A cunning man is sure to overreach himself sooner or later Tho only berry that flourishes 305 days in the year is bribery CiFiBroweCo LEXINGTON KY 0 NaturesSweet Restorer balmy sleep As Wadsworthsays Af ter all onehalf of life is tolerable only for its dreaming A restfully furnished bed room invites respose We are prepared to help you furnish your bedroom rest fully and beautifully Heres everything for the bed room form Bedstead to Dainty Chair And heres everything priced to please particular people White CribsStrong Beds with stout hooks to keep the joints firmmade of tIle best quality of iron and coated with the best quality of enamel 450 to 2500 Over patterns Bed room Suites of hand some quartered Oak3 piece suites with large bureau and washstand with swell frontr French beveled mirrors and iine finish A beautiful and durable suit for 2500 to 6000 CiFiBrowerCo lAIN AND BROADWAY LJXJNDONtY- h PERSONAL Mr J Qulncy Ward ot Paris visited friends in this city Sunday MIss Edna Schlegel is visiting Miss Elizabeth Feeny in Lexington Miss Carlisle Chenault was the guest of friends m Lexington lat week Mrs Morton of Milwaukee arrived Satuiday to visit Mrs L J Frazee Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Wil more were in Lexington last Friday Mrs LJ Frazee has been visiting friends in Lexington for several day Mr VaIIerTravnor of Danville is the guest of his sister Mrs W E Luxon JrMiss Bessie Riddle of Irvine is the guest of Mrs Neale Bennett on High streetMrs W L Rnpard of Lexington is visiting her father W B Wells near UnionMis John Parks of Chicago is the truest of her parents Mr and Mrs W U Smith Mr David Chenault of Lexington is spending a few days with relatives- in this city Miss Bessie Shackelford of Mt Sterl- Ing is the attractive Jueslof the Misses White- Misseslda and Katherine Park of Irvine spent several days with friends here last week Miss Florence Winn of Winchester was in the city Friday the guest of Miss Sue Hume Mr Lewis Ziring left yesterday for New York where he will spend the winter in school Mrs Green Clay was the guest of Mrs Dorcas Walker fnLancaster several days last week Mr and Mrs W W Pigg left yesterday to visit relatives in Irvine and to attend the fox hunt Miss Virginia BoLts of Pine Grove spent several days last week with her mother Mrs Mary Belts Col George A Lewis of Frankfort was in this city yesterday and while here paid this office a call Mrs John Richmond of Virginia is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs White Bales near Kingston Mrs Lucy Woolen of Winchester is visiting the family of Mrs Elizabeth Miller on Lancaster avenue Mrs John A Higgins returned Wednesday from a pleasant visit to the fam fly of W H Higgins at Stanford Miss Berthenia McCord spent several days last week in Winchester the guest of Mrs Woodson McCord Messrs Armer Parrish and Nathan Nolan left Monday fur California to spend several months in prospecting Mrs John D Harris spent several days lust week in Paris the guest of her daughter Mrs Casbius M Clay Jr Misses Arabella and Sallie Fish of Nicholasville were the guests of Mrs Brutus J Clay several days last week Mrs Johnson after a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Nannie Arnold returned to her home at Bryantaville yesterdayMrs V Warfield and grandson Samuel P McChesnev of St Louis are the guests of Mrs Sam Bennett at White Hall Mrs E R Norris and Mrs LaBelle Pig after a pleasant visit to Mrs L J Frazee returned to their home in St mitts last weekVThe kindergarten having closed on account of scarlet fever Miss David son the principal left for her home In Louisville Tlirrsdny Mr J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs the cleverest Mine Host in Anerica paid this office a call this morning Interior Journal Miss January of Maysville who is Judge Cochrans neice and his stenog rapher was here last week during the term of the Federal Court Mrs Mary Betts who was confined to her room several days last week has sufficiently recovered to take her place at Caldwell High School again Dr and Mrs W H Dodge arrived Friday night and are temporarily located at the Glyndon while their residence on the Campus is being fur nished Mrs A Rollins Burnara and daugh ter Miss 1ladge of Frankfort were here this week to attend the crystal weddiugof Mr and Mrs Robert R BurnamThe Young Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church will have a cake candy and salad sale Wednesday November 27 in the Bourne building formerly occupied by H S Stout Rev J M Cornelison and wife after a pleasant visit to relatives in this county returned to their home in Pen dleton Oregon last week They were accompanied part of the way by Miss Annie W Anderson who returned to her home at Higginsville Mo Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond will arrive tomorrow to attend tho pre sentatldn patty of Miss Massy Denny Thursday afternoon and will be OUR of the guests of honor She is Miss Den nys cousin and very attractive and handsome Lexington Leader Miss Bissie Turley entertained at dinner Friday evening in honorof her guest Miss Amy Davidson Lot Lancaster The guests present were Misses Mattie Tribble Mary Collins Minnie Dunn Kate Douglas Mary Miller Amy Davidson Mayuie Pickets and Sue Deathernjte and Messrs Jas and Wm Arbuckle AlIen Zaring James Wagers Joe Baggs Hermann Frazer John Arnold and Burton Farris Mr and Mrs Eugene Miller of Vin ceunes Ind wero the guests of Mr IandMiller was formerly a prominent busi ness man of this city but loft here 80 years ago and this is his first return He had many interesting things to tell of the old town as it once was and he entertained the visitors in our office for- saveraldaya with his pleasing reminis censes Although there are left but few of the old buildings and old people that he knew there Are enough to recall to his mind many pleasant Incidents of the days that are gone About two hundred and fifty guests responded to the invitation of Mr and Mralt R Burnam on the evening of the 16th the celebration of their crystal wedding The floral decorations were very effective the color scheme of green and white having been brought out most artistically making an appropriate setting for the brilliant assem blage The many beautiful presents bore testimony of the popularity of Mr and Mrs Burnam and the departing guests felt that it had been a privi lege to spend such an evening in this typical Madison home RELIGIOUS Rev W L Shearer began a meeting at Millers school house near Valley View Monday night Rev J B Andrews of Eminence has declined the call recently tendered him by the Winchester Presbyterian church The Kentucky Conference Mission ary Institute will be held with the Maysville District in Carlisle Novem ber Elder T Q Martin lisa justTclosed a successful meeting at Utica Ind He is now holding a meeting at Worthing tonKyThe Black Horse Tavern or no Rest in Hellwas the subject of Dr McEI roys sermon at the Presbyterian Church in Cynthlaoa Sunday morning The parsonage belonging to the Mul berry church Shelby county was des troyed by fire last week The loss on the building was about 2600 with 1600 insurance Rev John BGordon lost about St 000 in books and furniture with no insurance At Kansas City a temporary Injunc lion restraining Rev F D Hale formerly of Kentucky pastor of the Bales Chapel Baptist church and certain members of the congregation from changing the name of the church was granted by Judge John W Henry Rey Dr Dodire preached his first sermon at t he Ireibyterian church Suuday The services were held iu the basement on account of t lie repairs on the tthuchi Although the newpastor spoke at a dis advantage in the close room Ida audi ences were more than pleased with his effort Rev I J Spencer has closed a four weeks meeting at the Central Chris tian Church Lexington which resulted in ninety additions to the church J Walter Wilson who has assisted in some of the greatest evange listic meetings in the county was there throughout to lead the singing The meeting at the Christian church in this city has been a most satisfactory one in every respect and it was expect ed that it would closo last night Large audiences have been in attendance at all of the meetings and much interest has been manifested There has been fiftyone additions in all to the church Bourbon News Elder Z T Sweeney brother of Eider John Sweeney of Paris adopted a novel but somewhat vigotous method of canceling a church debt at Union City Iud Sunday Alter the dedicatory sermon he instructed the janitor to lock the church doors and allow no one to pass out until n debt of 1200 bad been cancelled The amount was forthcomingMATRIMONIAL SMITHGATES George W Smith and Miss Fannie S Gates were married yesterday at the home of James Gates near Wallacetou- BABNESPKBKIKS Jas V Barnes and Miss Annie D Perkins both of this county were married in Nicholas yUle last Wednesday- HARVEYMASTEnsLevi Harvey of Newby and Miss Mary Delphia Masters were married at the brides home near Valley View last Friday HCRLEY WEAVER Elihu Hurley and Miss Nannie Weaver both of Berea were united in mariiage yesterday at the home of the brides father Abe WeaverJOhLSONBOiIONMr Em met t Johnson of Bowling Green and Miss Louise Bolion a popular young lady of Danville eloped to Nashville and were JIUINT BE married last Frida- yNuoxoicl1uTEnTIie marriage of Miss Francis Nuckols toMr Sanders Hunter of Versailles took place last Thursday Miss Nuckols was for wetly a student at Madison Institute and has often visited hero where she has many friends The marriage of Miss Mary Barnes of Nicholasville and Mr John ll liar riSj formerly of this city but who now lives in Winchester is announced to take place at the M E Church South in Nicholnsville December 12 The bride is one of Uicholasvillea most popular young ladles and is the daugh ter of Dr J S llarnes fllr Harris who is the son of Prof J B Harris is a well known and popular young man lIe has for some time been the Busi ness Manager of the Winchester Sea tinel and has many friend3 both here and in Winchester to congratulate him on the coming happy event SEXTONGALLAGHER The marriage of Mr John Sexton of this city and Miss Elizabeth Gallagher took place at seven oclock yesterday morning at the St Louis Bertrand Church Louis vill e The bride is time beautiful daughter of Oapt P II Gallagher a well known and popular conductor of the L N railroad Mr Sexton was accompanied by Messrs Dave Powers and Richard Oldlmin who were his attendants at the marriage After a beautiful reception tendered the brid al party at the brides home they left for a short trip after which they will return to make their home in this city Mr Sexton has a greatmany friends here who will give him and his bride a royal welcome and wish theTa a long and lifeDEATHS WEEKSExPcliceman ST Weeks formerly of Irvin who recently shot himself in Lexingtondled at the Good Samaritan Hospital Monday His death was caused by blood poisoning as the result of his wound BowxAxn John H Rowland a prominent farmer of Jessamine county died at his homo last wcek after a ling ering Illness Mr Rowland was a brother of Mr Ed Rowland of this city and was well known hero Dentist for Paint Lick Dr M E Jones who has resided for several years in Lawrenneburg has moved his family to Paint Lick where he has located to practice Dentistry The Rummage Sale The rummage sale last week was a perfect success from both a social and business standpoint The ladies who conducted the sale felt more than repaid in hpving an oldfashioned jolly time for three lays Incidentally the sale realized about ninety dollars Crows Eating tne Corn Crows by time millions are destroying the corn which is still in the shock in Jessamine county and the farmers are considering an organized raid upon the roost of the pesky things in that county for the purpose of exterminating them Considerable complaint is heardabout Pine Grove this county of time same trouble Winchester Unraocrat tlection of Olficers The caucus of the new City Council was held last Thursday night and the city officers were chosen to be voters on at the first meeting Mr A C Wells was chosen to be city Clerk Leslie P Evans collector and J II Kennedy assessor Messrs Wells and Kennedy have both heM their offices before and their records are too well known to call for any introduction Charged With Bigamy Win Young who is evidently a relative of Brigham has been in jail heje several days having been arrested on a charge of bigamy Young formerly lived in Jackson county and it is said he has two wives living there now lie has been at Berea for some time and nobody knew about his former life until ho tried to marry a third time when one of the former charmers caused the warrent to br sworn out for his arrest His trial will come up In the County Court today Public Sale ol the Richmond Tobacco Fac tory Desiring to quit the tobacco business I will offer at public sale in front of the Tobacco Factory foot of Laurel street on L f A railroad at 11 oclock a m- on Saturday November 30 1901 the following described property Time Tobacco Factory situated on the west side of Laurel street Richmond Ky lot fronting on said street 125x150 feet deep Said property will be sold sep arately as three lots and then as a whole and the bid realizing the most money will be accepted The Warehouse 34x43 feet is strongly built two stories high and has a goodcellar Pris lug room and dry house in connection separate from main building Rich mond is the most centrally located town for a Tobacco Factory or Warehouse in the State Wholly situated in the Burley district All of said property will be sold on liberal terms For fur ther information call on or write the undersigned at Richmond Ky nov2t Braui TAyLor Prop Ml Stuffed Up Thata tbo condition of many sufferers from catarrh especially in the morning Great difficulty is experienced in clearing tho head and throat No wonder catarrh causes headache impairs the taste smell and hearing pollutes the breath deranges the stomach affects the appetite To cure catarrh treatment mustbo constitutional alterative and tonic I was afflicted with catarrh I took medicines of different kinds giving each a fair trial but gradually grew worse until I could hardly hear taste or smell I then concluded to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and after taking five bottles I was cured and have not had any return of the disease since ECOESE FOCBES Lebanon Kan floods Sarsaparilla Cures catarrhit soothes and strengthens the mucous membrane up the whole system Capt Million Inlured Emmett Million cap an of the Cen ire College football team and one the best players in the State was ofI unfortunate iu tho double header gamest Lexington Saturday Several weeks ago iu a game a Cat1eU burg he had n rib broken but hall about recovered from it Saturday the bone was broken again and in addition In that his nose WitS broken anti several other lesser injuries were sustained Finally he had to be taken from the field but not until the game was virt ually won The last news from him was to the effect that he was in shape again and ready for another ficrim wage Aller Sir Reynard The annual chase of the National Fox Hunters Association started from Estill Springs yersterday Last year several young foxes were planted in that section one fox having been bought for 25 About one month ago a crate containing six well grown young foxes were taken there from Indiana These meetibcs of the National Association being noted as social events attract many visitors from various parts ot the country There is one party of twenty five young people of Cincinnati chaper oned by Mrii ml Mrs Charles Harrison Thero are also parties from Rhode Island Massachusetts New Jersoy Ohio Indiana Missouri New York and several other States To Restrict Partridge Shooting R W Havilnnd of Kanlstowu Ky with the aid ot the Representative from Nelson is having a petition signed by all who are in favor of having a law passed uy the next Legislature making it a penalty for any person to sell bar ter or dispose for gain or otherwise partridges or quail in tho State of Ken tucky for a period of three years It is claimed by Mr Haviland that unless such a law is put in force partridges and quail will become extinct in this State To prevent the extermination of the birds anti to allow them to in crease in number is his idea Already n number have signified their willingness to sign the petition and render nfl the assistance necesSary One Woman With two Husbands Mrs Juno Hunter of Silver Creek was arrested and placed iu jail Satur day on acharveof bigamy sworn out by her former husband Nathan lien nett of Indiana Mrs Hunter stated to the Climax that she was married several years ago at Farristown this county to Nathan Bennett and af terward went to Indiana to live About a year ago Bennett left her and she returned to Kentucky to live Sometime along in the spring she was in formed by Bennetts aunt that he was dead and having never heard anything to the contrary she belived the report In June she was married to June Hunter and tins since lived near Silver Creek very happily until Ben nett turned up to mnko trouble A Midnight Shooting Bee An exciting midnight duel occurred Friday night between Al Cornelison the well known farmer and a negro man who was trying to steal some tur keys Thejshooting took place in the road near Mr Cornelisons house and as a result two negro men were arrested and are now in jail charged with Kteal ing turkeys from Comolison and others Gus Delmuth hi formerly conducted a confectionery and bakery in this city was arrested also on suspicion Sometime alone in the mid die of time night Mrs Cornelisou heard a commotion among her fowls and she at once informed her husband He crept ont of the house with a double round of cartridges for his pistol and discovered a buggy Leaving the place He went to the buggybut before speak ing he felt in the back and found sev eral turkeys As soon as he spoke to the driver that person jumped out and ran several steps and then turned and began shooting Mr Cornelison re turned the fire After about twelve shots had been fired tho negro turned and ranoif leaving Mr Cornelison in possession of the buggy When daylight came he discovered that it was Delmutlis vehicle He came to town and informed the officers who went at once to Delmuth There they were told of these two negroes Louis Hu gnely and Alex Campbell who were arrested at once The three tell very conflicting stories about the affair The trials will be held today DECEIVED This warm weather will not last and you will need Boots and Shoes for the change We have the largest and most selectlino ot BOOTd SHOE HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now Is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice i See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 307 J Jn Booths Ideal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy soles and light soles high heels anti low heels shoes for dress shoes for streetall one price 300 See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to the best and eco I1O none We have them in all styles See our double deckers Bear1 In mind that we are headquarters for the Newest Things afall times In HATS KEOKWEAR COLLARS and CUFFS A full and complete title ot MENS UNDERWEARi j4 Alarge assortment of Mens and Bb Ckps Dress Shirts Dress moves Work Shirts Work Gloves Suspenders v books Jlalldllerchiti8 Macintoch and Slieier Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters Shoe rPoifsliiRubbur Boots Rahber Shoes and Felt Loots You will find it a pleasure to trade where yon can find what you VwaHtrrWE HAVE THEM t Y 1RICE ARNOLD Te Wheat Honsr Is sue Itji conceded that much of this credit tor the splendid victory achieved last week by the Democrats of Winchester anti Clark county was dole to the spies did leadership of Judge J M Benton time Chairman of the Committee Bril liant courageous anJ indefatigable he possesses all the elements of leadership and we feel sure that the Democrats of Kentucky have in reserve for him tome of their choicest Rifts We hope to see him in the Governors chair or in the Senate Chamber at Washington His worth is being recognized all over Central and Eastern Kentucky and he is looked upon as otis of the coming men of the party In this State Winchester DemccratA Good Price For Land One of the most Important cases disposed of in the Federal Court was that of the Government i gain si Thomas II Stevens The suit grew out of time condemnation of 10 59 100 acres of land belonging to Stevens n ar Boonesboro upon which the Government wilt build a lock and dam rho Commissioners appointed to assess the damages on the land allowed Stevens 110 per acre Stevens through his attorney filed ex captions to tho Commissioners report claiming that he should be allowed 3250 py acre for the land BId 000 for damages done other land in opening a road through it A jury was selected Wednesday morning and the jurors were taken to view the land by United States Marshal Sharp The case went to trial Thursday morning The jury returned a verdict giving Stevens 118 63 per acre for tIme land and S327 damages A Great Run When if comes to quick work enter prise anti all round hustling in the rail road business Mess C III Browning Manager R A Woolums Traveling Agent and II R Smith our local agent of the L A are hard to head With Woolums to do the soliciting and Mr Smith to look after the interests of the company in the office time Louisville and Atlantic has increased its freight business at this place to an enormous extent during the last few months On last Saturday there was a call for twentyfive cattle cars for a shipment from this place When Mr Smith called on Mr Browning for time cars he found that they could not be had as every one on the road was engaged Mr Browning tried to secure the can from the Southern mid from several other roads in Cincinnati without success Finally he went in person to see the officials of the Big Four and made arrangements to get the cars from Cleveland midor that purpose a special train of twentyfive cars was sent from Cleveland arriving lame Sunday Time cars were loaded and re turned to Cleveland Monday morning This Is one of the most enterprising strokes that has been made in Ken tucky railroad circles in a long time The officials of the road are to be con gratulated on the success of the affair and we hope all their undertakings will be as successful at this one Thanksgiving Proclamation Gov Beckbam Issued his Thanksgiving Proclamation Monday morn inc It reads- rlrANKsoIvxNa PKOOLAMATION Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department I appoint Thursday November 28 1001 as a day ot thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Commonwealth It is fitting that on such occassions the people should pause and contemplate the wonderful growth and development of our country and should give grateful thanks to Almighty God who basso blessedand favored iNot in a spirit of national arrogance or boastful supremacy but in an humble and thankful recognition of Divine Providence let us ask for a continuance of those blessings and bounties so generously bestowed upon us in the past and let us show our gratitude not only by expressions of themonth but also by deeds of the heart in extending charity and kindness to the poor and needy among us In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the great seal of the Commonwealth to be hereunto at Fraqkfort this 18th day of November nineteen hundred and one and the one hundred and tenth year of the Commonwealth J C W BECKHAM By the Governor C B Hill Secretary of State Harry G Tandy Assis tant Secretary of State Joshua Tartar Moonshiner One of the rrost unique characters that we have ever had the good fortune to run across is Joshua Tartar of Pulas ki county now in the couity jail for violation of the Revenue laws He is a real genius in drawing and liis explana tions of his drawings are exceedingly interesting There are now about a dozen of UncleSams prisoners in our jail and Tartar is the entertainer of the whole crowd He surrendered him self to the U S Marshalsome weeks ago was tried here and fined 100 and sixty days in jail In passing the ward containing the Federal prisoners Tartar will hail you at once with I am Joshua Tartar and am in for sixty days for breaking the United Revenue Laws i was chased by the United States Marshall but was nevercaught I have a concert to show you about what happened on the sixth day tenth month 1901 The con cert which he shows you Is a crude t ut very expressive drawing made OB several sheets of tablet paper all pasted together It begins with showing Joshua Tartar riding along on horse back Sunday morning sixth day tenth month 1901 A Revenue officer appears and orders him to stop He rides over that officer and several others but the first one throws away lila gun and lays hold of the horses U as he passes The scenes then move rapidly The horse stumbles overA fallen tree and Tartar loses his jug he then swaps hie horse for n mule and away he rides through several villages over the mountain and finally successfully eludes Ida pursuers TImers aro bide pictures of the Spot erPoll Wood and several other very interesting characters whose con nection with the affair is fully explain ed by the artist Joshua Tartar closes his exciting discriptiou with telling how as they lad him d ttedaOO had proof against him lie rode into Sotnersetand surrendered and how in court hm pleaded guilty to save time and expense He tea young man about 39 years of age aad very talkative and fa always In the beat of humor tlHllaetofbiIJ being confined having BO effect OH him hfever With him It may be truly jaid that stone walk do wit K prfeoM BMtk nor iron bees a esj ybrar niaq io QaetlM iint afraid to act ii ndta baby show j ThSEEWHTMcKEES HAVE TO SAY Allwool frlcos 27Inch wide I t In con tnicU a and weight this TODAXIray scarlet cardinal heliotrope I Our Dress black at 25c per jrd A beautiful Persian stripe woven I I Is Most C DepartmentI old Heavy rose cardinal goods for national rainy day blue tan and black at St M per yd Anwool Tenetlans 35lnches woven of very tine L I woolfjroadclolhdreudrpartment II heavy allk in black and whltelhla very effective OUR PRINTED FLANNELETTS 27Inch twilled fleeced back in a very large assortment of fancy stripes floral and Persian designs in all the newest ImportedFrench FANCY OUTING FLANNELS Union 25inch medium weight In an assortment of stripes and plaids light and dark colors at Sc Bnonflake 27Inch heavily napped ontlng flannel made in a handsome assortment of nptodate designs has an excellent soft finish which makes It adaptable for all purposes at Keeper yd Elder downs strictly allwool firm slockmet back with cloaklngshouseOur Mercerlied Sateen 32lncb wide is of the best anti haq the luster of satin made In black blue red white and ydPrintedsateens 40inch In blue and white black and ydOcr made In a large varitty of stripes and plaids at lOc per yd FLANNELETTE WRAPPERS standard shoulders jraytm ISI1rtpr double Blanket at in gray white Boys and Golf Caps at 25c Baoj silk floss at 2oc GirlR and Velvet Caps at 25e Boys Milts at and Pius lea box brags 4u Ladies lIelt Pins at 10 IJoc lIIdi ilkILadies Chatlaine Purees at and 49c L Mitts iu scarlet blue white allwoul lOc OUR DEPARTMENT OF ART DRAPERY For this season has been selected from the very latest The selection represents handsome patterns colorcombination that highclass in Queenetta 36inch wide colors red and blue Our lace and department deserves special commentsSwiss curtains long side and end at pair yards ruffled side and ends at 99c and 150 per pailICALL IN AND SEE OUR LINE jjkstStInfirmary A large number of people gathered last Tuesday in the parlors of the Pattie A Clay in response to time call previously by the Secretary of Association Mrs Harvey Cheuault President of Infirmary Board made few remarks in in regard to the needs of the Institu tution and plainly stated that the doors would have to close unless funds siillkient to at least defray the running expenses were secured Several the prominent people of the city cOlin ty spoke telling of Ihe good that already been done and of the great possibilities ot the future A great many plans were discussed looking toward obtaining money enough to firmly it and several com mittees were appointed to canvass the town and county and solicit contribu tions lion J A Sullivan Major Burnam and lIon W B Smith w reappointed a committee to present the needs of the Infirmary to the county authorities and ask for an appropria tionThe Infirmary has been a great money saver for the county for several years past and it is thought that an appropriation of 1000 will be for the coun ty a good investment Prof Dodge in the name of the Berea people spoke in highest terms of the good that has been accomplished and pledged the hearty support of his townspepple in perpetuating the Institution lhe Infirmary which was generous gift of the Hon Brutus J Clay haa been maintained through the untiring efforts of a few ladies now for nearly ten years Besides being a conven ience to our people it has saved thou ands of dollars to the county and to in dividuals It has done a noble work in affording scores people who could ill afford to go cities a quiet restful place with the close attention of skilled nurses and the best physicians We now know its value anti everyone should rally to its support in its time of need PAINT Mr and Mrs C F Higgins visited Mrs H L Wallace last week Mr Salem Wallace has gone to Lex in ton to take a business course in Miss Millikens school Much success to himMr and Mrs B G Kilgore and Miss Jennie Parkea attended the crystal wedding of Mr and Mrs Kobt Bur nam Saturday evening Mrs Wm Denton and little daugh ter Josephine of Lexington after if pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Win Wallace left for home Satui day The weather has turned cold and people are taking advantage of it and are killing hogs Corn is high hogs scarce so it is economy to kill them There was a lodge of K 1s organ ized at Paint Lick last Thursday night The ladies of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church furnished the upper for the visitors and served it at the Hotel They had a splendid supper and real ized quite a nice little sum for the ben efit of their missionary society Etff c S Young and Mr A B Gayn returned last week lrpm Tennes etvbere they went to attend the meetIng of Synod of Associate Re lone Presbyterian church They re port a fume and profitable meeting Miss Jonnie Chalmers a sister of Mrs Young came home with them to spend the winter in Kentucky Miss Elveree Wallace who Is teach tog school at Beech Wood had a box ipper for benefit of her school to buy charts tclauit Friday made about twelve dollars This is her first school the patrons like her very much Miss Jennie Wallace is teach ing at StORY Point And will en tertainment ext Friday sight it wil1 be time close of tier school The people in our neighborhood lire all trying to sellout J geese they want to get out of the hills Mr Jose Led ford David Pulliiw awl Jee Adm have sold their farms tor good prices Mr NtI Norrfe and tastily have moved te Ripley Ohio Mr Norris has efearxe of a TMae Grass grocery Mfes Callie AdtM win has hose clerking for Ettridtf kHltWl wfcK ttww q 1 AY a JA krA w LADIES Simpson winter weight flannelettes warranted fast colors ruffled reverse pointed collar trimmed with herringbone braid 12inch flounce neat fitting Inid waist at we each We strongly advise the to give carefulattention to our line of Fleece Lined Hose No 425 heavy weight fast Manchester black fleece lined hose plain seamlrks tout warranted double fleece lined ani latpairHeavy fleece lined ribbed top lull seam leas at tic per pair High grade infants nre Itocklnpcolors pink scarlet blue and white silk heels Jersey plain seamless foot av2oc a pair Oneita Union Suits colors wine and natural 49 and We COc and Girls s Boys 10 Hair Was at 15 antI 25 hlldrens and at designs in are all respects in green swiss curtain yards ruffles 75c afternoon Infirmary made the the a of anti had establish a of the LICK time I the and but give an Mr t trade wool OWEN MCKEE More Oil The Cincinnati Enquirer one day last week gave a detailed statement oi the formation of time blRcorporatioll Ie cently organized in that city to drill for oil in this county The corporation which is composed almost entirely of Ciucinnati capitalists has taken in hand the oil interests in our county which promises to be the most produc five of all the sections now being worked in Kentucky The new cor poration is to be known as the iSst Madison Oil Gas Company and has been chartered under the laws ot West Virginia with a capital stock of 300 000 Harry L Gordon the well known capitaltalist incinnati is President Taltnti Kintry ia Treasurer and John E Green jiii this city is Secretary A number m Ciuviuati capitalist who for tIlt rreiit desire to with hold their namtjh are heavy stockholders in the enterTi f The holdings of the now company comprise about 13000 acres of laud which includes a large part of the Berea college property It tins taken several months to secure the leases on all the different parcels oi land and it was not until Thursday when the last lease was signed that the existence of the company became knownAn representing one of time largest oil companies in Pennsylvania gives his opinion to the effect that all indications promises one of the richest oil strikes of the present year and a company as related has been formed by Messrs Gordon and Embry Mr Gordon said last night Ve have ordered machinery for drilling the first well and it is now on the way to Berea Vork will begin within two weeks at a point near the college and we expect to strike the green oil of commerce at a depth of from 300 to 1000 feet We are not saying anything at present but we think we shall surprise the public with the output from our fields We have now closed out all the options amid own solid leases on the entire 13000 acres None of our stock is for sale The main office of the compnnj will he at Richmond tliouzli at first operations will be largely directed from Cincin nati HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred lOllars ra wardfor any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHKNKY tt Co Props Toledo Ohio We the undersigned lime known V J Cheney for the lust 15 vearn mvtt1 believe him perfectly honorable in all biiiiness traiiMicllniis ami linniicmlly able lit rarmy out aliy cbiigniiuim mild bv their firm Weftt it Truax Wholesale Ditiggtsls Toledo 0VWalding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O nails Catarrh Cure is taken internally ncting directly upon the blood uymtcmmlPiictudruirgiHtK Testimonials fire halls Family Pills are the best illtiVllll Public Sale Jo order to wind up the estate of Thomas E Olbkuu deceased the undersigned will on Saturday November 30 190J In finnt of the Stable in Richmond Ky on publicly theellIrvine street a distance of 390 feet by 40 feet wide Terms reasonable sad made known on day of sate AdmrFLORIDA a SBOTIW rPATEPn ACE AS TO PATENTABILITY Notice in Inventive Are Book How to obtain Patents SIGi6- TRASE Atffi HTS4OIITAIHY FREE I r ChuyM mctZmt No fee tnll16tent Is sensed t AwreEo C f+4fGALL AT +++ + JONES MERSH01L SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNS Coolest and most refreehin ot drinks that eaa W foum in the city are dkgwased by upio iate and accommo dating dorks t WMW p Photo SaooiriSt 7Mki Z7 Richmond Kentucky Now is the time to plant your i BULBS I + ++ + + + + ++ +++4 + + + + + + + + + + + SUCH AS Hyacinths Crocus Et Tulips Palms- Chrjsanthemums Narcissus Ferns Etc Cut Flowers Decorations Artistic Floral Work a Specialty Plants kept luring theu h at reasonable prices No Order Too Small Albert Reichspfarr FLORIST Phono 188 mCHMOND K 20no2w The Secret Of success is to less than you make a put time difference tnt one of time Three Per Cent Gold Endowment Bonds of time The Mutual J I Life Insurance Company J Of Kentucky J And forestall lheis bilities of niisfortnc poverty and misery in- old age Will you call or have us call A pos tat with your name and address will do LETS TALK IT OVER JH KENNEDY District Agent J C BECK Jr Special Agent Trust BIdg Richmond Ky Slj Lil U THE OLD ESTABLISHED y aQo oTtI In Winchester Ky known as the Big Store Everything Dress Goods General Dry Otai and Notions Wraps Furs WofflW lad Chjldrena Shoes Hotiel TJmd rwer Carp U House Fnru likings etc Bedding etc AT EX ACT COST Time Stock and FU tar wKk a five year lease In tw best paying and bigest store in Bt tere Ketacky will be ol l ayoa elri r to continue th bBiUcM UUa most m gnlfi nl Vm LnItrg Son w Ti- I ourHperhapsclosedetermined to take off 20 per cent on any article in this line regardless needingGlassnear future will save 20 per cent on the investment These prices are strictly for CASH I If you want anything special in the way of f Fancy Groceries CIover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP j lie NOV 20 1901 d I V Wilkes Smith Dentist is w atJ over J B Stouffers d i n J ss M Rhk has been sr sttr at Inion City jl joperage Company want II HS cords of white oak staves j rr holts ISioSw M rs Jijo and Allen t j vn U Harris 60 lend of- i fur cents eitrarted without pill Ir Ron 0 Kichniond Ky Ms Myers keeps on Mark rakes for Xmas and a g similar in product to her i hl 13notf shell to make ur hens lay For sale by J H Ky Salesmen Wanted ircr our interests in Madison it CKunties Salary or com Ulres HAREY OIL CII Cleveland Ohio Moved i1 Mrs John T tv from their recent home on huue to the Willis house o- ntr recently by Mr Kiirg For Rent dwelling house with all iiul uililintson North street ulars call on or address- V H MUIBR ii Klcliinotul Ky w Building r Az il has recently bought r 1ut near th8 coruor of Main iii avenue anti will built a I brick store un the site r ius begun ou tho foundation To New YOlk X and Company shipped R Ir piulry and York ter the L ii A vis under ih i care of Harvey f lUwis Zariiig and will reach- VKition tonight Shut Frids- yveis aged 2J son of William- nioii City was accid ntally William E kiuf Friday The t i tiieii were out hunting when the lAt Young Wells- ne not all serious it Ktveiily lird shot took effect in lv Fire at FOld rr rake out In the Koreff Dr Williains of Ford f a while disastrous was Splendid work Iw bucket hrigale coon htopped the its however The stock was darn awnu ifJOO which was covered by ral f Carter HIT the magician a a i hemeat the Maeonuj TempleV rJav IIllht with many el and the managers of the sea Caught in a Corn Cutter Jtr iubbs the well known farmer tranl courty had the tills hand caught in a o aturlay receiving is injaries Mr Uibl s wai feed the machine when the accident irred lila friends will regret ton of the accident ami will hope fur peedy recovery Attention all others in the cause fequssted to mee at Masonic Tern Saturday 30 The obI- S to take some action in regard toying the home for the old and liute soldiers See ar on the subject on the first page d E DEATHERAGE CO Richmond Climax bWriY trlOfebtfappointed Deatherage iirgH Ground Oyster Neff- Richmond McClintock occupied exgstoNew jesterdaj- happened eonsidereclat Vednesdav coiiflagra threatened entertained cxlubhions 9fbestcJIjrltluI mlFfortuneI SonsDaujhters interested November Confederate 1L1I WANTEDA gtnsrt energetic boy 15ursold who would like to learn the printing trade None other n ed apply Call at thU office Dr Harry II Blanton Dentist Office over Middletons drug store July itt LogsWanled The Hume Cooperage Company are logsCallprices13no 8w For Rent A nice dwelling on Lancaster avenue with all necessary out buildings For particulars call on or address GEO ft SIMMONS nov3tf Richmond Ky Good Sale s The salt of John Ueeds property whici oiiiurrpil Ust Fridnvxt IiidiiiC on the Otier tJrk jikattended an Ic e tl ngioU well Capt Tom Kuirell WHS ihe xuutii n tr Money For Teachers Superintendent Wagers desires to an nounce to the county teachers that he has 20 per cent of the school funds to payout next Saturday The pay for last uiomli was unavoidably delayed but the money hasllnallarrived Took Them Out groceryhousesphones taken out The reasons given are that this groeirs were too often call ed upon to deliver small packages and that their trade dropped off as custom ers did not call at the stores as formerly Such a case as this seems strange to people living In a lively uptodate town New Rule After January 1It the railroads will not accept as baggage or cause to be checked anything but personal effects which accompany the wnlr The Ex press companieshave objected for a lone time to the custom 01 checking all sorts of articles as baggage which conld not be considered as uch The new rule Is ma1lf for fhe benefit of the Ex press companies Fortunate Town Inez Ky claims tho distinction of being the only town in the world that ia entirely without officers lower case such is iho case and it will probahly re mainclficerless until January 1 1002 The former ofilcerj of the town were ap pointed to remain in ofljce until till regular election day and no provision was marie for the time intervening be i wren the election and the first of Jan nary Now a Reality TheS7 000000 nterurban electricrail way syndicate known as the Bluegrass Trac ion Company has opend its office in Lexington Harold C Bently of Detroit is in charge as the representa tive of the New York Detriot and Chicago interests The articles of in corporation as ratified hy James P Dill the New York Counsel will be fied today and It will bo only a few days until wo Lear more about the line that is to he built to this city PubHcSale- Hayijijr sold my farm i willsell at ptililf aiiction at my line one mile from RediHohse known as tho John Pairiah place on Tuesday Nov26 1001 at I0o lock the following property 1 good family horsr 1 milch cow and oalf surrey and harness good aa new 1 bugirt new corn sheller nBw cutting box also all other farming implments 20harrel of roOm in cri 60 shocks of fold tr I rick of straw and household and kitchen furniture 0 O IAVLOtt W 0 W at Valley View nlstrictniutyJII Boggs Jr of Nicholnsville was at Valley View about two weeks working in interest of the Woodmen of the World He succeeded in orginizing a splendid lodge In that town and all the mem bers are enthusiastic in the work The officers of tha aJI1P were installed last Wednesday night The degree team of the Cauijir promUes to be secotnl to none in the district and will doubtless make Ihi itx pleasant for the future caudidates for uietnbetship Tl e new Camp ts named Argent In honor of the paper published there the editor boiny an enthusiastic wow wow EGGSWe will pay the highest market price for EGGS ILT 1Rt3ROTHERS t11 t 1o Z tIlC Dr Hobson Yo DeniistJllchmoiidV Leis Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company art n the nwrkut for 1000 whiLe hitk logs Jail at their office for specifications Iud prices 13tio8w i GEESE WANTED Highest cash price dfor teese and all other poultry and eggs J HNeff movu Richmond Ky Council Meeting The old Citv Council will hold an nil jonrned meeliiig Friday November 23ih for the purpose of winding up nil ui fiuished business befora the body Tlio new council will be installed at the next regular meeting Killing Turkeys The turkey season has opened here and several houses are slaughtering for the Thanksgiving market lhe buyers are offering 5 cents for turkeys in the country ntI51and 6 cents delivered The crop which was reported short early in the season is turning out much bettei than was thought Horse Thebes Horse helves are getting in their York in nearly all the counties of Cen tral Kentucky but as yet Madison has essaped with but little loss air James Smith of White Hall is thus far tire only farmer we have heard of to have a horse stolen lie lost a fine harness mare several nights ann of whlclf nothing ha been hwmlsijice Holiday Suggestions Here is the making of a happy home and here is where your friends buy The whole family can participate In the enjoyment which comfortable chairs and rockers bring to thn tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year Wo have a nice line of leather goods picture frames ladies desks and many other things useful and ornamental W S OLDIIAM Undertaking service complete Thanksgiving Rates The Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell round trip tickets to points on its lines within a radius of 150 miles at one and onethird fares good going Nov 27th and 28th and good to return until Nov 29th- rohonafitIe students attending col leges tic etn will he sold at same rates on the day of closing of schoolon pre sentation of certificates signed by prin cipal and limited to day school opens but in no ease later than December 4th CEO W BARXEV D P A novI32t To be City Collector Mr Leslie P Evans of the State Batik Trust Company has captured the City Collectorship for the next term Although the election will not be confirmed until the new Council goes in December 7th The result is practically settled Mr Evans is an energetic and enterprising young bush ness man and bis election to the office of Collector will be good news to his friends The duties of his now office will not interfere with his present posi tion in the bank where he has been a valued assistant for several years 0Cattle Poisoned The Danville Advocate says that Mr M J Farris lost 13 head of 800pound cattle from poisoning between Satur day morning and yesterday afternoon Mr Hunt also lost fpnr yearling heifers from the same cause The cattle were turned into a 6 talk field Saturday morn ing The corn giowu on this field had been damagedvu account of the drouth by what id teimed nstilago mayuis a certain kind of smut This particular kind of smut means almost instant death to cattle when eaten and is said to be very common this year The aggregate loss to Mr Farris and Mr Hunt was over 300 The Double Header The double header foot ball game at Lexington Saturday proved a great at traction and drew time largest crowd that ever witnessed a game in Ken tucky The two games were played be tween the Central University and State College anti the University of Nashville and K U Central Univer sity and Nashville won the games the score in each being 5 to 0 A feature of the game was time kickoff by Cover nor Ueckham He kicked the ball 15 yards and started the game The double header is a great thing to revive the interest in tie game but it will proba bly prove the ruin of the old fashioned slow play when the Fpectators have the opportunity of seeing lint twenty two brawny youth in the tumble During a certain age most women think that even their innocence must bs picturesque EnjUsi Author Wrote IAn no shine no fruit no no leaves November Many Americans would add no free dom rum catarrh which is so araravu tpd during this month that it becomes troublesome There is abundant proof that catarrh is a constitutional disease It is related to scrofula and consump tion being one of the wasting diseases Hoods Sarsaparilla has shown that what is capable eradicating scrofula completely cures catarrh and when taken time prevents consumption We cannot see any sufferer can nut oil taking this mocSne in view of the widely published record of its radical and permanent cures It is undoubtedly Americas Greatest Remedy for Americas Greatest Disease Catarrbbl3nolmn Dont bother to epend your income it will spend ifself Dr Whites Electric Com s Their merit is beyond question ee our agent or call at sUite office in the Collins building Mia OBKA C HAET State Agent 27feblyr Iet me write the checks of a country and Icaro not who writes its songs CBrcsiPaacer mood Poishs Em ins Suns Hern Costs Nothing te Try Blood poison or deadly cancer are time worst and most deepseated blood diseases on earth yet the easiest to care when Botanic Blond Balm is used If you have blood poison producing ulcers loue pains pimples mucous patches falling Scrofula Old rheumatism or otrensicof- orum of catarrh scabs and scales deadly cancer eatine bleeding festeringsores swellings lumps persistent wart or sore take Botanic Blood Balm iii ll B It will cure even the worst ease after everythllljelse failsJJloUnic B B 1LI drains the poison but of the system and time blood then every sore heals maklcg the blood arid n hand up the broken down body B B B thoroughly tested f04 thirty yeais SolltLAlldrog stores ftper large A trial treatment sent free by writing 8looJ- Balm Co Atlanta JaDePCrloo iroabiind free medical itilvirt jtfrsn tmtileared Botanic Blood B lni does aIM enuUn mineral poisons or mer eary M p6 dvrtUed r wedUw do hut M composed Of Iuire Bolanjc Inft 1J toO er3tthbdebytakinitIlJ3 It 8 fi t ce GLOVES VNo where will you flilda greater assortment of LOVES than at QUl store Gloves for alL occasions Fon riding for driving for hard wearj and forr full dress Every pair fully guaranteed 25 cents up 1 ovig1n Banks Foot=Fittizig Footwear For MEN and BOYS Our specialty is Shoes that fit well Shoes built work men who know foot anatomy and who are skilled in the art of fitting feet so as to insure ease and comfort at all times Our stock of Mens and Boys Footwear is now the largest in Richmond and our prices are positively the lowest COME AND SEE Covington Banks Stylish Outfits For Young Men No one surpasses us in the matter of cor root attire for young men We shown at all times the newest things in Clothing SlIDes Hats Shirts Collars Ties Mufflers Gloves and everything else needed to clothe a man in style from crown to s- oleCovingtoiiBonks i Sellers of Everythirg That Men and BoysWear V A Liberal Reward The undersigned will give n fran sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a re liable remedy for disorder of tho stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one Stockton Uagan lUuolm It often better to he the sole owner of a small dog than a stockholder in a large one Cut this out ant take it to Stockton Hagans drug store and get a free sample of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic Thev cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Recnlar size 25c p r box Stockton Hagau 13uoliii An Irishman says the apple that caused old Adams fall must have been banana peel Last winter an infant child of mine had croup Ill a violent form Ins Elder John W Rogers a Christhill- EV3ngelilt of Filloy Mo I gave lies a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the child recovered This remedy not only curee croup but when given as soon as the first symp toms appear will prevent time attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance nail may be given as confidently to a as to adult Fin sale bv Stockton ilagan 13no 1m Street corners are the turning points In many lives Quick lunch Is one of the commonest of city sign The sign doesnt say a healthy lunch of good food the character of time food apparently is not considered Itg just a quick lundi eat and get away Is it any wonder that the stomach breaks down Food is thrown at it sloppy indigestible and innutritions food very often and the stomach has to do the best it can Normally there should be no need for medical assistance for the stomach lInt the average method of life is ab normal and while this continues there will always be a demand for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It ill the one medicine which can bo re lied on to cure diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It is not a cure all It is a medicine designed for the stomach and to cure through the stomach remote diseases which have their cause in hue derangement of time stomach and diges tiAe and nutritive system It cures when all okra falls Poets are born but verse writers grow of their own accord TO OTTHE A COLD IS ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if II fails to cure H W Groves signature is ou each box 25 cents Spoaking of women and folding beds a man can shut the latter up To the 1iblir Allow me to eay a few words in praise of Chamberlains COUld Remdny I had a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pneumonia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles of it cured cold and the pains iamy chest dis appeared entirely I am most resprot fnMr voijra for health Ralph 8 MybPs 64 ThirtY Meveuth street Wheeling W Va For sale by Stockton Hngan 13nolm Every man may have his price but the market is apt to be overstocked Step tie Ctih Mil Wirki o2 the Ctfd Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in oe day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The proofreader points put the typo graphical error of the compositors ways 4Thtstgat i ton eeeysE ortln gaene Laxative BroooQiiWiie bMU tM S SS 7 DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO anykindthe particulars as I may be able to help you Address Jlf N Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly Usually the newest thing in flannes is a baby By Bribing the Nerves with opium a cough may be stopped temporarily but the inflammation of which the cough in a sympom goes from bad to worse Do not waste time and mooney on delusive cough mix LungI3alatnto sleep It gets right down to the root of the trouble and so cures even deepseated affections of the throat and lungs Well earned glory will last much longer than unearned prize money Ono Bottle Of REMICKS PEPSIN BLOOD TONIC will make you fairly sparkle with now life anti vigor For sale by B L Middleton 5Iuuely A vord of cheer cost nothiusr but is beyond priceVCold Comfort From Doctors Doctors say neuralgia is not dangerous This is poor consolation to a sufferer who feels as if his face were pierced with hot needles and torn with a thousand pairs of pinchers A wotd of advice to him stay indoors and use Perry Davis Painkiller The blessed freedom from pain which follows this treatment cannot be told There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis Jumped on a Ten Penny Nail The littledaughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails anti thrust one nail entirely through her foot and a second one half way through Chamberlains Pain Hahn was promptly applied and five minutes later the pain had disap peared and po more suffering was ox perienced In three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with ab solutelv no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in onethird the time required by the usual treatment For sale by Stock ton Hagan 13nolm A good character IB not to be builded on hate or envy SOMSTSINO NEW They curl dandruff hair falling aced CeliA etc costs the same as an ordinary romb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in time world People everywhere it has been intro minced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair each day and the comb does the TeSt This wonder fill comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely impotsiblt to break or cut the hair Sold on a writ satisfacILive men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in this paper Ad dress DN ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr Jealousy the hope that what you are looking for does not exist Tetter SaltKUeam and Eczema atltayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad jases havo been permanently cured by it It is efficientfor itching piles and nIpp1esclwppedand chrooks ore eyeg 35 eta per box w4lenaejustcotxiUm Tome blood purifier advermafaga Thir not iood bert medicine w d fibt bHt in nae to pat II hone in prim fcNrtiitoa tiK Dt8ri u u c j t LLJc rv O j CI tCl jlJJ j Luc j CI tQJ e tHE P1K 01 All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at g g THE+ P BUSY BEE CASH STORE And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business tJNHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans JI fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL scGOODS The new fall and winter Fabrics are more beautiful this season than ever before and it will be the aim of the Busy Bee Cash Store Corporation to hammer prices down so low tthat competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyoneeveryone however can reap results Bold type is impressive and inexpensive but it is the doing and not the saying that counts in the long run We are the pioneers of low prices in fthis city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi mess with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in DrOSS Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as I4c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pck Our Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualtjr as low as 49c a yd Our Dress Trimmings are brand new no dress is stylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the propel thing in Dress Trimmings OUR SHELVES AND COUNTERS ARE CREAKING AND Groaning under the heavy weight of the immense stock of beautiful Outing Cloths Flan manyFallso low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodaie cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are iiaming on goodsthis fall is all due to this cause IOUR SPACEJiM permit quote prices Domestic Department Suffice say that are naming prices Department only meet but any prices you will have quoted where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up Never before have we been able to offer such values Our buyers BOOTStalk in buying this stock Shoes and Boots We are for Sail and Winter wear at absolutely less than they talks buying shoes Lot after lot were picked out by planked down them until had all and more too than Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every very best manufacturers are represented in our Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Boys and Mens Course rnd Fine Boots Childrens prices that are a death blow to competition FOR THE CLOTHING out Competition is found to take a backseat when they Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made cash down and their offers were accepted We our own price You get it for just about onehalf what Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall SHOESWhen Vests Coats and everything be had in a first shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c quite a sensation ourMens Cassimere Suits 298 5 and G dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and 1259 are worth double the price afked them Our to everybody Call and see them Skirls are showing all tthort Jackets Jackets are aunt Tans buyers bought out several east at prices that date garments up Jet flee Cash Store a tit We are for ladies The thmisseason We new coloring prices for up to through onrI thingaud II dering how te can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for these goods We aro solo agents for Sa e1oskeatt And just received a large shipment of them in all the new styles Try an American Lady Corset und you will want no other Will not us to on goods in our it to we in this that not beat you else to of of in for we less The for it Odd to at for have OUR UNDERWEAR InUnlprwearOur fleeced lined Union Suits for Ladies and Children price 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Mens uVccedlined vests and pants price 23c wantiuourjR1Rlall up to date anti our prices in Hosiery will bo pleasing to you Our Childrens HoNery is the select ed lot we have ever hind and our Misses and Ladies Hose and MeiisSoxare the tolksofthe town Call and see them S GoodsShirtsItivlngthcm Vhcn It RaiDS ou Zct MYour Bawl JWe carrv everything you want in small wares No nr buyers ppent whole days in the Notion Department and nothing new antI pretty escaped their I inJewelry Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and countars Never was such values offered as we are giving in this department Allwool 104 and 124 Fine Blankets are being sold at the price formerly paid for low priced stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouset you up for housekeeping in this Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Oases While Spreads and these can be had heleCall and see them Cash always talks If you pay cash you paycashYour money talks OUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Gash down when goods are deliveredj Thanking you for past patronage and etendiito you an earnestinvitation to call and see us and make our house your whitein the city we are very respfc W D OLDM COMPANV t IF WE PLEASE YOU ftt OTHBRS IW TELL US b IV = r wv Lotiiie Si iilutb Eailfoid Schedule in effect May 1901 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For S5om Leztngtonand PJn For Irvine lliMam For Miller Creek 330 pm TRUX3 AKBIVB RICIIMOXJ From LoniTllle Lexington and i 1156 a m Cincinnati tSOpm From Irvine 215 pm From MllIera Creek 830 am C M BROWNING Gen Jlgr TilE KNOBLE l WATER FILTER POSITIVELY OERAl PROOP BSFCRE new PRACTICAL and PER FECT FILTER 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an Investment large returns during life this offers special JS SMITHSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Kv Pres Sec and TronsJ M WARE Manager J z Tne rity o L A Offers the best CONTRACT the Market 1 1 Jbecause will you the f D desire Creek SILVER BRASS doilenlo Published superior remiweekltes Sample 150 IVeaSxoue reaoninc Life Anyone Company you It BEST because y no tfor business on our Books it req tires LESS money to complete an Investment in TheJeffer son in any other Company VINE c I E F E L high 1 J virtuallyw tJ itAtrial will prove the wisdom of an Investment in The Jefferson 71IOME OFFICE C No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY The Life Co KENTUCKY Home Office Fifth and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky ORGANIZED IN 1866 j l President Joseph Pettus Treas AY W Bit VJ resident Jas JB Stead man Med Dir David Merriwether Secy Geo M Boone Aetuar3r iAnlual Statement June 30 J90J I I IAdmitted Assets 3029475 01 Surplus 200015 0 J DIRECTORS Uoo Morris President W hue President SecretaryJ4epII U Stendman Medical Director ino n9I1 Actuary Thomas It Gordon Attornejr AttorneyiiJlenrv BarreL Capitalist 1f W TribbleA- UCTIONEER Merchan Silver Ursedme Polish VOu JNEEbMEI 1Vuancofl Sllierand give muchiltblrvd Roajhen broil POLISH G- inTHE BEST PAPER th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he Wednesday Wednesday commission cheerfully COURIE Co- LontsvlUe SPECIAL Both One Year flETIC priceTo Qthrn MWat kvitnt LEXINGTON Giant LIVING BENEFITS estate greater business 562000365OOO desiring yielding advantages BQWMHNt SMITH BAIRD General Jefferson aTaty JIncorporatedINVESTMENT LOn is jC there is ratio 3 It than Mutual Insurance OF J GeoMQrris TnirtyFifth Capititliavo irstNationalAttilla Cox President Columbia Finance and Trust Co John W Barr Jr VP FideIltyruet Vault MMuldoon Pres Monumeat Marble Works Chas V Edmonds Tress Louisville TiuStovCo I C Beck J1 L tnt teBank TrtJltCe LAND STOCK lID CROP Cattle around Sadievillo are dying of a strange disease supposed to be black leg W C Whitney will buy a farm and establish R breeding plant near Lexing ton The government bulletin on corn re ports an average of 16 4 the lowest ever recordedIacre wheat farm the largest hVeternC T Lyle of Winchester bought 01 W A Gams of Lexington 150 aciesof land lying on Gano Hill pike at SCO per acre R Ballv and L Lamina of Balogna Italy who have been in Lexington hunting trotting horses to race in Italy have purchased of John D Creightons agent the 8yearold bay mare Lita D 2131 by George Simmons for 5000 Cicely a shorthorn cow recently of the Queen Victoria herd in England was sold at Chicago for 3000 The animal cost Queen Victoria 4000 Twenty other cows and bulls realized an average price of 1320 The Intel ior Journal says Mr C EaMiller of Rochester I will ship IS cars of rattle to his farm near tie above plnce tomorrow lIe bought them in this and adjoining counties in September and paid about 4c Tho monthly report of the State Aj ricultural Department shows that Ken tuckys corn crop will be 20000000 bushels short and also says A short crop of corn means also a short supply of fodder and though our hay croP is good and farmers have made every effort to supply the deficiency with other forage it is apparent that a long hard winter must entail suffering in many counties Stock peas were relied on to supply the want but the season was not as favorable to this crbp as usual and it too is short Corn is more necessary perhaps to produce a good supply of hogs than any other of the domestic animals and this class of stock being numerically much below the average will relieve the situation some The total number is given at 68 against 84 a year ago It is to be sup posed that necessity will compel economical use of our corn crop and by hook ot crook the farmers will get through Another Investment Victim The following clipping from the CourierJournal shows that wisdom and age do not always go together E L Shouse a prominent farmer of the Clark Station neighborhood in Shelby county today instituted suit in the Shelby Circuit Court through his at torneys ONeal ONeal of Louis ville and J C Bechham Sqn of Shelbyville against the Industrial Mutual Deposit Company of Lexington to have Bet aciile notes and mortgages ag gregating 13300 given by plaintiff to defendnnt company between November 1900 and February of this year he items were a note of 11COO PC cured by mortgage and one note of 2300 unsecured It is alleged in the pe tition to issue Shouse a certificate of stock covering these amounts whiih promised large returns but that he has not received anything in stork or otherwise The petition further recites that Mr Shouse has not received any benefits of any character for the money he pnt into the concern mill the court is asked to set aside end declare for naught tho whole transaction on the ground of fraud as there was no consideration received for the execution of the notes and mortgage- A feature of the case is that Mr Wm T Bcckham Jr a member of tho law firm of Beck ham Son in this city 4and counsel for plaintiff went to Lox ington several days ago and demanded that the defendant company surrender the notes and mortgage in controversy but they promptly declined A P Taylor is tim president of the company which is one of the numer 4ous investment companies which abound in the Bluegrass capital Mr Shonse the plaintiff is about seventy 11fivethe western section of Shelby county It is the opinion of those posted that his farm is easily worth 15000 To Paint a Hemp Field Mr George G Dodson of Danville has closed a contract with Mr Innisof Boston for the execution of a painting which will be entitled The Reign of Law It will represent a Kentucky hemp field probably that of Mr Robt Evans of Boyle county Mr Dodo has furnished Mr mIlls with a number of paintings and the one to be execut ed was suggested to the Eastern Jnlr chant by the word painting in James Lane Allens The Reign of Law The prii e of the painting will be 450 Mr Dodson is a graduate of Peabodys Institute of Arts in Baltimore and the ATi Students League of New York and prosecuted his studies in Paris un der William Bougureaux Jules Laferve andGustave Boulonger It is not surprising that the Buffalo Exposition did not pay for itself Expositions never do Sewing as a business Is an exacting and exhaustingoccupation Long hours fine atmospherthesewhich fret the nerves and hurt the gen eral health Often there is diseased condition of the womanly organism which causes or headache and the working of the sewing machine such conditions akin to torture Thousands of women who work have written grate fu1 letters to Dr RV Pierce whose Prescription their womanly ills and established their general healthIt Favorite Prescription establishes regular ity dries un healthy and offen sire drains heals inflammation and ulceratidn and cures female weak e5jweak Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by 1etterrtL and sa avoid the indelicate questionings offensive ex aminations and obnoxious loci treat meats deemed necessary by DOMC physi cUas All correspondence private Ad dress Dr R V Pierce 3f y dlngDrPkrceaness writes Mrs Susannah Penaenter of Pauls Store Shelby Co Texas I was troubled ipsforsibeetkcnred isbMia 1rrjMy frleaoh aboottttle Sea9fXedb1I PIMJNIIIMiV fMMfV X y u f i Buried Alive We are told that an int rment the subject being alive took place Sunday afternoon In Andy Millers orchard near pun ansville Andy has a 7 foot cowsucker snake that answers to the name of Dan The cold weather has thrown Daniel into a torpor so that he was unable as was his habit to follow his master about the farm so Andy got a box and partly filled it with raes placed the snake in it dug a three foot ole nail buried his pet He has hall for three years and each season when cold weather sets in caches him until sprint again clothes the leafless trees Miller captured the snake under most singular circumstances lib was goinpf through his woodland when a rabbit shot by him so rapidly that he cnuM hardly tell v hat it was Close behind the hate came the snake at al most lixbtnint FpetdoOno hundred yards away the thought must have truck the rabbit that its only salvation was in the than for it made a loop ando ran to where Andy was standing nnd to his amazement squatted between his reel The snake not to be robbed of its dinner also turned anti came towards Miller at full tilt who need speechless t what was going on but when the reptile ran between tit legs he closed up on it reached down and caught it by the hack of the neck and carried it to the house In the three years it has become so gentle that it knew its name would jump through a hoop and follow Mr Miller about the place like a dog and slep on his feet at night llarrods Nburg Democ- ratModernSurgery Surpassed While suffering mom a bad caseol Piles consulted a physician who ad me to try a box of UeWitts bAtlantawas entirely cured Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve id a splendid cure for piles giving relief instantly and I heartly recommend it to all sufferers pileslewany case Cuts burns bruises and all byitTHOMAS Bath County Oil Fields Last night a party of gentlemen among whom were II K McAdams George K Graves Clifford Patterson Leonard G Cox and Dr L G Garrick of Georgetown returned from a visit to the oil fields of Bath county They went to Ragland a station on the Lick ing River Railroad seven miles from Salt Lick on the C l 0 railroad Hag land is the center of the activity in Bath county the first development having been there the first producing wells in Bath gedtionOne of the gentlemen who returned last night said that what had been done atarI was being done Wllqa revelation to him There are he said some fifteen dorsixteento be pumped new wells being sunk everyday with the percentage of dry holts to the producing wells less than in any other part of the Stale tight tanks holding 250 barrels of oil each are full and there is now being erected a bteel tank with a capacity of 56000 bar rels It will cost 40000 to erect the steel tank It seems certain he said that a pipeline to the C 0 which Is only seven miles distance will be built within the next few months and another tank of like capacity with the one at Rag land erected at Salt Lick or Farmers Lexington Herald Nov 9 The Childrens Friend Maybewill suller too For coughs croup bronchitis grip and other winter com plaints One Minute cough Cure never fails Acts promptly It is very pleas ant to the taste and perfectly harmless C H George Winchester Ky writes croujlatecould hardly speak We gave her a few doses of One Minute Cough Cure It relieved her immediately and she went to sleep When she aworke next morning she had no signs ot hoarseness or croup Perry E Thomas Married After Sixty Years A very romantic wedding occurred On Sextons Creek in Clay county last week The parties were Mrs R P Napier and James Felly each 87 years of age They were children together and schoolmates there being only about two months difference in their age and were each the first sweet heart of the other which lasted until they were grown Then they separated and each married the same year and reared large families Two pf their children married each other Then after over sixty years of married life Mr Fellys wile died within one hour of Mr Napier which was about a year ago The old folks met and soon decided to marry as they did yesterday They each are wealthy and are content and happy A Bit of History Squire John Howard of Ruddles Mill precinct relates and interesting bit of history to show bow near Paris came to losing the courthouse and how Rud dies Mill missed being the county seat of Bourbon county 1 heard my grandfather Paris how- ard say When the first Court was looking for a location of thecourt house a committee was sent to Ruddles Sta tion and selected a piece of land belonging to Mrs RuddelL She contented to sell and named the price Presently she asked for what purpose they want ed the piopertj Upon being told it was intended to erect thereon a court house she said No I will not sell it for a court house because a town would spring up and the town boys would steal all the peaches from my orchard I Kentuckian Cltlzen NotHis Drink The Prohibitionist had Aseniied the Demon Rum mercilessly and with every frest onslaught the mau with the red nose had applauded Friend said the lecturer at last you look like one who has been a dri liking man i VYpu beLl have been stranger re plied the man earnestly but it does my heart good to see you Rtt out after BnymauYouan when joure through Ive pot a bit ofold rye hero thatll warm your heart up good I like a man that knows what to hit an what not to hit forfrethe trusts are resistim IiePliUlppiHec are asking protection sInat th1 United States in order te fent r lioew dry4 iJl4I trusts rMiuf it aki- spublkn 1Mt bAUn arn i Onfi On Him oj A couple of nights hetore theelection Ool Jack Ghinii was in Louisville and went into Scelhaclia with State Senator Barrett and was introduced to a coterie of Republican politicians They were passing encomiums oti Roosevelt and Seimtor liarrttt referring to Colonel Chinn said lleretf a man who wont say a word usrainst tlio President for he is a fox hunter himself I d ont know nnything about Teddys foiliuiililK qualities but I know he I- selna good coon hunter answered the Colonel anil the laugh Was on tl e Senator Harrodtbur Democrat Freak Well There is a phenomenal freak well down in Meror county Ono day it gives water es clear as a crystal the next day it furnishes a fine quality of black ink and the next day a splendid article of Jersey milk Editor Walton f the Ifarrosbnrg Democrat will im mediately organize a stock company fb utilize the well for the manufacture of artificial ice commercial ink aid creamery butter The Viceliesident of Columbia Ii a kidnapped the Pie ident and tlepo lid him on the ground that he is too old to rule This is a new principle in nd ministrative attain heeafier r si denta will douhtletis he removed I y ambitious rivals because they are too old too young or too iniddleaged Anything for an excuse e are unablo to understand on what iound the testimony of the prtsrj cor respondents on the Premier as to Sip beB utterances was excluded Sigsbee says he knows he did not tell Sell y a certain thing because he did not then elieve it himself surely testimony is competent to prove that he told otlu r people that very thing at that very time Senator Hannii siys that in all his lifo he has written hut one political speech which IIH tote up because it was such rot Evidently the only way he can stand his own speeches Is to speak thorn right off without taking time to read them Probably if he de stroyed all the rot he speaks ho would be dumb Senator Aldrich now advances a permanent tariff commission to deal with the miprocity tieaties If lie gets it he will find something else to propertimehis motto A WORTHY SUCCESSOR Something New Under ths Sun All doctors 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