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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1ELIIRICHMOND CLIMAX J = 1 WLUME 2SRICEEIStON MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 1901 PrintsJowstho NUMBER 30 PROFESSIONAL CARDS AronN =Y9 Rw MILLER AtOflNTLTiC- flMOXD hBrrtICJY the Barnaul Hulldlng next door to TBank teb3ly Srrrv 11ORO ATLAW Kriniom KENTUCKY P vr Suite Pank TrLIt do op iiirt house on Main Street 1I u jl D M 01115NAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW R iIKENTUcKYSecond streot over P on I grocery W rcT LETCHER AttorneyatLavD Ml3CENTtCKY ttii over Taylor Bros Store ACKSON ROBERTS TTORNBYS AND Ar LAW KiftTMOND KENTUCKY iTni ivcrThnrmnn Oiocery CoTpanyg PETSICIANS JKS GIBSON GIBSON MVtfCMAS ANt SURGEOAS KENTUCKY KMSI hf oe CeiHni building and m Sec Vstrt ove Ameold drugstore II VS f HOOKKR ETKRIXAR SURGEON iriluite Ontario Vtlerinosry CoUtgeI tt aary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty or iTiceat FuMe on corner First and r Rrtcts RIchmond lyiipr7ly I C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oihce 1rather Buildine Main Street Irsh ne at Uhe Carr place on Uroadwa- JnMsD KENTUCKY W EVANS M n PltYSICIAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKYHMOND DENTAL SUSCSET c atk oowIIE- NTZST OP LOUISVILLE KY f Office next door to Government Building liuSud Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 171 RLXmI4NlIolt1 Welneedny January 11002 ill 600ds Our prices rapol yOU to trade w th us when you give us a triaj j B Lnyn9 hB IB 9 ID ft mDVAl a e ladies cannot be decei ed 1catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with hiteAD Ginson I am ajent for the Page Wire Fence JtAnd will sell any amount wanted Keep car loads on hand at all tli ell Also pure bred Duroctf Jersey hogs for sale Klr1avlllelKr mayly O r Jr1ci tt IC tr1 V- f 1jV c tI1 Q tt n Brw V rr1rr nhIIgVV t cI Y 0 lii JrJS ern i JEWELRY 9 eo6rhelargfsl stock in central Kentuckv will bs found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and +++ Swiss Vatches also oJo t Diamond Setting and fine t Tewelry Work done by + + + Expert Workmen I also make a ppecialty of MEDALS DesigningHave you Seen The Historic Patent Spoon of Bryan Station representing Indian times My Motto ANDFAflt Victor Bogaert T rj 67 B KYl3IcbJy D m lit 1I1i1 a IDID Successor to JWAzblll Liwry M d Sals Stalls IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CHURCH j Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers call andsee me Rates reasonable RIGIIMOL rorh7ly KENTUCKY Beauties For All We have the best flowers that can be produced Our Floral Decorations arc beauties We possess and the necessa ry KNOW HOW mar ranRihg Jciorderreceives our personal at tention BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY IIENRY L PERRY Agt Bills Flowers go Everywhere We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in WfBlJlJlP If for Summer and Fall trad- eComprising Cs many t- t pretty colorings in floral and stripes and bur prices are Jusf jcignt I We invite YQU 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 LEEDS Painter and Decorator ITJanlt PHONE 75 la ahsriIo 1 is very much like the blossom I ingof a flower Itc beautyand perfection dCeI1S cntirIy upon the care stowcd upon Its t JpecanIO19rS houtdjhavejths care They owdbe sp tcd nil worry and ahsiety They catS of Q1 nourishing oO- dandtakeJent1eexerci This- vilt go n long way toward preset log tbeir health and their beauty as well as that of the little one to come But to be absolutely sure of 4 short and painle5labor they use MOthersFriend 118ftUwl during the months of sta tlbm This is n liniment which ila to be applied externally It gives strc cth and vigor to he rnuic1e Prev llta All of the discomforts ot pregnancy whlchwOuez used to tl were absolutely secessarr Whem Motfcer Friend U used there Is no dsngerwiisteveg Get Mothers PrletHI itthto dreg Itt t erbott1 wnuJAT ItffT c r hebS5I5W II IP t 0 f F IsI1 Southern Mutual Investment Company 0 It is a wellknown fact that insur ance companies pay to the benefifin ries of those who ate insured ana who tile in the early history of their con tracts the money invented in the cum poifitslu the Fall of one of the bet known life insurance companies isHieil theyhnJ1900 over S1000000 to policy holders in death claims 011 which they had re premhilusfor tuch ICO invested by the policy paidH875000alit who had carried thcir Insnrancr lets than one year having received leSs than 100000 In premiums from the insuied which was over SI 8 for each 5 het Cfl1srorof ej tHe insurance companies show that they notonly pay good pioSta to those who die during their contract period hut they pay al musLeqllaU11rg profits to those who carry their iUsurhtice to maturity The same company quoted above has also issued a booklet recently in which they claim that on a TwentyYear dowment jus matured the policy bold er hau tweiity yearaipf insurance absolutely fre of cost and received iu cash at tile end of the endowment eiiod over Si CO for each SlOO iuvesteiU Al iniost all of tho welle tablibhed old goiiitthoder llu amount of money they had received from them together with a large profit It in easily understood how a life insuraacetjonipaiiy can paj large profit to those who die as a certain perccn tage of the premiums received each IurposeIlosses uud only a comparatively small yearIent bow they can also pay large profits to those whose policies run to maturity Anyone familiar with financial matters knows of the enormous multi plying power of compound interest lf1u addition to this feature money to the credttof any one iudivMual increases from contributions to the Ke serVe FUld lefrbyiindividualawhose policies have lapsed it can be eeeu hew in the course of a comparatively few number oi years those who persist in paying premiums to the end of their contract period may receive these large profits and at the saute time how a company can pile uii sur plus until after it reaches a mature age it could liquidate by returning to policy holders the amount paid lh to gel her with a profit On these facts and figures were based the general idea in the conception of the Southern Mutual Investment Company The following chl1ngMwere necessary in order to convert the life insurance plan into the investment planIn the first place instead of paying suet enormous profits to those wha die in the early history of the contract it is necessary to pay comparatively smaller profits and so pay it to a very much larger percentage of individuals and in lieu of dealing soely with in dividuals as is done in life insurance companies It is necessary to h some Buostitute whereby these profits ran be equally divided among all In vestors Under a Twenty Payment Life pal icyjf tlq insured dies Jhe fist year he w ill receive nearly 3 for each invehtedjbl1ersbould dierIntthelasv year of his contract he would receive about 2 for each SI invested and Ih company estimates to pay at the end qf this contract perioil If tiie policy is still in forcer about S150 for saen i paid in premiums NfiwtlidSduth i rn Mutual Investment Company in stead ptf paying profits varying from S3 to J9 lot each SI invested pays from 125 toS2 for each SI received in In stallmeuts either in the first or any other year of the contract By thus imnimiritigr the profits weore able to pay a very much larger percentage of coupons And by issuing a certifIcate with enough coupons attached so that each certificate holder will have a suf ficiency to strike an average we can return these profits each year duriug the continuance of the contract to each certificate holder and so offer a profitable IMest nlit ahd perfectly equita ble contract andat the end of the time tho Reserve augmented by the accu mulations from the Reserve or redeem ed coupons and lapsed certificates with the increasp frpihjcouipouni in terest will bo sufficient to return the money paid in and an ample surplus on coupons which have run to maturity It is well known that a certain class of people will enter bile an agreement to pay a fixed sura periodically fur va rious things and after a time will fail to meet such faynienB Tlt1 has been compantisell articles on the installment plan Shd it fsralher peculiar that statistics showing wit Jpjrcentage of Jnvjjstora Tunder the installment plan will lapse jlfave not been compiled The experieuce of every life insurit aiiec company shows that 50 per cent jibebnhtesaissuedwiI1 not pa- ycoiiyerjprnluuis the nud iu all in duriince companies no Average ot25- pet cent of the insurance in force will thasopnoopie jhas contributed lert htII1IIlt the reserve fiji33 ot ihodiuerehtcoHj pauies and of course when they lapse their reserve remain to the credit of ihi 6tf policies which are still in force Tbesauie facts are true in tbe South ern MutuaLInvestmbnt ConpAnyaud Ii issuing certificates with fortyfive coupons attached we can take a cer tain percentage of the follectotna aud Tedeem an equal number of coupiJiis pii every certificate hi force each year during tho continuance of theContract Iby payingtl such coupons t heamount contributed in iostallmeatR toother With f fttlLnd through the cpatriba tfoua f p th Rwerve FndJr tnU1Oti ocispoaiawbftli have lpoamid1sencd- eemed and together wltltbe ic gumul lfot 8 trout twipua d 1ntert tlif maturity1ue of the ooupoqa which liars run the cQDtrlloCtperiod o t f without being redeemed can be easily paid to the holders The whole business is a simple proposition and it is a matter at which to marvel that this plan of investment iW is not conceived years before the incorporation of the Southern Mutual Investment Company ANTITOXIN FUR SWINE DISEASES Ecturn from tbe Board of Agriculture from States in the Corn Belt show losses In U99 of nearly two hundred million dollars Dr F II l e Vaux after several rears of scientific experiment and study succeeded in isolating the true Kenn of swine diseases and prepared a bernm Antitoxin which is manufactured only by the OeVauz Chemical Co of Chicago Over 400 000 hogs have been successfully treated and saved by this remedy treated with the Antitoxin thrive better and command a higher price on the market than those not treated Company guarantees that the injection ot their Antitoxin In well swine will absolutely prevent death by disease and In sick winc will save at least percent In case of failure money paid for serum and syringe will be refunded Any farrrercan extlljr admlnhter Use Antitoxin Orderacconllng to the number of hugs to be treated nOOAnlltoxloCompany 131 Van Buren Street Chicago 21aprly A New Story of Dr Johnson Mr Austin Birrf11 has found a story which in ct least new to almoxt all readers in an article called Do we really know Dr Johnson In which the author treats his subject iu that light and pleasant way which has face tipuiily been called birreline lip telf of a lady who frequently viited LiiphGeld cud once whilst undtr the tiees In the Clol rot JohiiRon then on one of his numerous visits to his birthplace The poor young lady says Mr Birr el cluhtless congratulated herself on the occasion for pho lieliUn her hand a volume of The Rambler She appears to have direct ed the attention of the mnlior to the book or perhaps she was too shy to do this and it was he animated by that restless curiosity of his wherever books wore concerned who took tIe volume out of her hand to discover what she was rtading and to remark upon her Mudics No sooner did Le find out what the book actually wac than he threw it among the grass and stalked away This is one of a dozen or more Johnson stories told by Mr Birrell in an addiess delivered last summer at the opening or the John soil House at Litchfield now just printed as an article in The Outlooks Annual Book Number Coughs and Colds in Cbildreu Recommendation cia Well Known Chicago Physician I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almo tall obstinate constricted couxfis with dhect results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to rfciiinniend it to all in need and seeking chief from colds and coughs and broiirhlal afflictions It is nonnarQotic cud sale in tiie handn of the most unprofessional A univetsal panacea for all mankind Mrs Mary U Mefendy M D Pit D Chicago 111 This remedy is for sale by Stockton Hagan lldeclm The Newport Board of Health or dared the schools closed because of the prevalence of contagious diseases The Board of Education did not con cur in tho order had the police visited every school in the city and dispersed the pupils Saved at Braves Crick 1 know I would long ago have been in mv grave writes Mrs S H New mIni of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric flitters For throe yearsI suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Waterbrash Stomach aunt Bowel Dyspepsia But this excellent medicine did me a world of good Since usingjt I can eat heart ily and have gained 85 pounds For Indigestion loss of AppetiteStomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters are a positive guaranteed cute Only 50c at Perry Thomas drug store 4dec 1m The Board of Army officers which gathered to consider the organization of army posts has adjourned to meet again January 10 It is understood the niembers of the board will look over the ground in their territories before handing in their report Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Three doses pain or money re funded Pleasant to take Price l a bottle by mail postpaid The Secretary Ito Mr Justice Brewer U S Supreme Corire sns Hall a bottle of Hanna Rheumatism Remedy cured me of an attack of rheumatism After three doses of the remedy I was free from IsyIlattitaWashington D C tf Attorneys for State Senator elect Edwards of Hopkins county whose election will be contested by John Feland Republican claim that Fe land is ineligible to tho fenatorship by reason of receiving a salary as see retary of the Board of Commissioners for the Western Asylum SOUETRINGl ZW They cure dandruff liair falling ntad ache etc costs the same us an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in the world People everywhere it has been intro duced are wild with delight Yon simply comb your hair each lay and the comb lees tim rest This wonderful comb is unbreakable and is made so Unit it is absolutely imMWible to break or cut the haituld on a writ ton guarantee to give petted satisfac tion in erery respect Send stamps for one Ladles sIze 60c ients size S5c Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on sight Agents are wild with success- 1Seejyautr4 notice luthlia Ad ROSE Gen Mgr DecaVur Illinois 27feblyr Because of indiscretion in an inter view recently Lieut Commander Lucien Young has been relieved as Captain of the Port ot Havana Cuban shipping interests have protested againet his removal Tbe Christmas UillBer In spite of the fret that the worth dyrpepna means Iitteraly bail cook it will not be fair many to lay the blame on the cook if they begin tile Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end it rllh dlstiess or ual1ra It may not be fair fran1I to do thatlet hopt so for the suke of the cook The dlseako dyspepsia indicates bed stomach that weak stomach rather thB a bad cook and Iota weak Atom lIch thfre id nothing else equal to Hoods Sarsp rUla It givJs thus stomach vigor and tone cures dyspepsi creates and makes eating the pM urettslKmkl be lldeclm ThuuSitnny South a tiMgwoe pub linhed U AtUnU Ga dtseontlated thti publtciitioa of a serial tory be cansimeiuthor nuumd Use hei9inel to Vnefrro tn ple CMM I KICK A DOG Kick a dog and he bites you He bites you and you kick him The more you kick the more he bites and the more he bites the more you kick Each makes the other worse A thin body makes thin blood Thin blood makes a thin body Each makes the other worse If there is going to be a change the help must come from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help It breaks up such a combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood That strengthens the body and it begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich bloodand rich blood makes a strong body Each makes the other better This is the way Scotts Emulsion puts the thin body on its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is ore the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and l all druggists CALLED MEETING OF COUNCIL The City Councils Vigorous Effort to Secure the Car Shops A called meeting of the City Council was held last Tuesday night for the purpose of taking steps towaid tecurinp the permanent location of the L A car shops The question has been dis cussed by the officials of the road for several mouths and notice was given a few days ago that it would be set tied before Xmas The meeting aroused a great deal of interest in the matter and several men who were formerly cnroless as to the result were in listed iu the cause It was voted to exempt the plant from taxation for a term of years and to lay water mains and make whatever site was chosen by the officials accessible Not know inc exactly what inducements the rail road wanted a committee of sixteen was appointed to go to Versailles on Monday and interview the officials of the road The committee was composed of the following gentlemen W L Arnold C G Douglas J W Hales G W EvansJr Ben Banks D R Tevi Elmer Deatherage N n Death erageJ S Collins S Neville Moberley J Tevis Cobb II 0 Jasper J Talbot Jackson W S Hume D II Myers M C Kellogg Several public spirited gentlemen volunteered to offer liberal sums of money to augment the citys bid on the work A Special Offer 0To 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 by William Marion Reedy con talus the best independent polical ani clo stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and general miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by nil newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 per year Write fur sample copiesTHE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo Reward Commission Called to Meet Chairman Joseph H Lewis oi the Goebel Reward Commission baa issued a call for a meeting of the comminsion to be held in the office of Common wealths Attorney Franklin here on to morrow December 19 It is understood that claims have beta presented for reward for the conviction of Henry Yontsey of the Goebel murder and the meeting is for the purpose of pass ing on them Under a title of the coi- ninlion adopted at its initial meeting it was decided that rewards should be paid only on the close of the prosecu tion of all persons charged with com plicity in tho crime Chamberlains Stumack and Liver Tablets Try thorn eatingWhenWhen you have haul taste in the mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels Itre constipated When you have headache When you feel bilIous They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate j6ur stomach und regulate your liver and bowels For Bait by Stockton k Hawaii lldtclui Danny Mailer the American jockey has been angaged aba salary of 35000 a year to ride the horses owned by King Edward of Great Britain DO YOU WANT To Bell yost 71EALXSTATE tiMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars aa lIMY be able to Wtlp you Addrsa MN Lock Box 16J OtuuriMtoa W Vfc IMecly n Public opinion tt ivsr tongue tied o ti Brilliant Nuptials Last Wednesday evening in Nash ville Henry Clinton IVrrcnt and Miss Anne Goodlett Stokes weie mmrie lu t te presence of the two fniniliei and amid an enviromcnt i f great beauty Tiie handsome Imuue that was the scene uf the marriage of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Jordan Stokm Wits elaborate in Its lljral treatment itie drawing room was nist anisi caily decorated iu u schftue nl Culur eoibodyiii green and V lult Bride roses clirysanthcmuiuabiid palms weia arranged with beautiful ellttt anti over the heads of the young couple us they stood to receive the nuptial bene diction was suspended two hearts o pink roses Tall vases filled wiih great while chrvtiiinthenjuuiH addtjJ jiiuch to the beauty of the iluturu Miss Martha Stokes biter of the bride enteicd the room lust She worn an exquisite toilette of pule rosetinted in useliuu de sole with tluchets lace and garlands of crushed roses Ttic groom entered with lr James Whit uuitli who was acting best Man iu the unavoidable absence tf Maury Ellen of Memphis The lovniy bnueworbu lich wedding gown ul white Japenee ciaje embrjiuoied with rose pOllite iu graceful tissue tiled thu cor ase tOld tell in jabots on the skirt caught with sprays of orange blossoms tier veil uii heirloom was ot tine oid pplut laCe and her IbruU formed a Cuaie halite of liliesofthevallfy She en tcictl with her lather inu uuriug the ceremony cuuceaed ortliestru ren dered softly Call me thine own Currinne 1urreut tLeJitthe idler of the groom daintyly gowned iu white organdy with pink ribbons over pink silk acted aa ilower irl Alter the ceremony a brilliant wedding recep tion followed at which several hun tired guests were present 1 tie recep tion committee being Mr nnd Mis stokes Mrs James Whitwortli the brides grand mother and Mr and Mrs JB 1arreut parents of the jrootn Mrs Stokes was elegantly gowned III embroidered crepe litse Ihat was trim med with the laces that udouied her ovt wedding gown Mrs J J 1ar rent wore a most artistic and becom ing gown of real lace over satin The refreshments were most daintily served ices being in form of slip pers bags of tide and orange blossoms The brides table iu the outing room bet amid the encircling adornments oi white bridal blosJoins and Jackson vines was unusual in its decorative lealures tutU quito beautiful lot center piece was a plaique of maiden Hair encircleJ witn ciouus ot tulle hint as tiirowu lute high relief by the gleauiiiig mahoguy Tiny fairy lamps shaded with pale gieeii bpark led amid the maidenhair and tulle and were a gleam of tho massive toW eu candelabra tHe tables either end and a wedding bell of white carnations pendant from thu chandelier rang its nappy chimes over the glittering array of superb silver and chrybtal on the bridal board This presents were unusually hand some and numerous A large room being tet aside for their display entirely lined with tables literally covered representing a great amount of wealth as well as the love and high esteem in which the young couple are held by their friends The brides parents gift was a large chest ofsolid silver Noticeably among thel gifts waa a st of solid silver cups an heirloom of the grpoms mother Several checks of considerable value werb among the display The esteem of the business house of J H Fall Co with whom Mr Parrent is connected was evi denced by an elaborate cut glass gift from Mr and Mrs Fall and thp silver tea service from the employers I Mr and Mrs Pnireiit left at 9 30 for a Southern trip bearing with them the best wishes of hoss of friends The CLIMAX extends to them most hearty congratulationsit A Million Voices Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall oi t In Listen why A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Seyeral physicians said he had consumption but could not help horn When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr lungs New Disco very for Consumption situ wrilesit com pletely cured me and saved my life I now weigh 227 pounds Its positive ly guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Lung troubles Price 50a and SI Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas idee 1m Everybody Bow Apropos of Col Copnlarsds lecture Saturday night which was highly en tertaining and much enjoyed by n large audience a tetnark of Col Copeland about Sholbvville heart repeating He salt tho audience Saturday evening was the handsomest tho most attentive and appreciative ne he lies lectured to this winter Shelby News Col Copeland always used to sav that when be came to Richmond Healt1 and Beauty A poor com exion is usually the 10 suIt of tor IJ liver or irregular action 01 the bowels Unless natures refue is carried off it will surely cause impure blood Pimples boils and oUter eruptions follow This is natureV method of throwing oil the poisons which this boweo failed to remove Pe Witts Little Hirers are world famous fur remedying this condition They stimulate the liver cud promote regular sid healthy action of the bowels but never cause cripinE crumps or diMreM tlIrpillll lKRnr THOMAS Attractive Women All women pcnpibly desire to be at tractive Bwinty is the stamp of health because iIlI the outward manifesta lion of inn r purity A healthy woman ill nIway attractive bright and happy hen every drop of blood in the veiin is pine a beauteous flush is on th cheek Cut when the blood is impure moroseness bad teinpvr and a aailow complexion tells the tale of sickness all too plainly And women today know there is no beauty without health WIno of Cardui crowns women with beauty and attractiveness by making strong and haaHhy those OTXMH which make hM wowia Try Wine ot Car dui sad M a wmitk yoar friends wlil hardly knowjost The mo t ttjiRK ttaw In a woman Jlfs ta whflhe TteitK bar dreMmalrar tl 1Jjij Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from 55 to cheaper now thin they were a few weeks ago We still have selection on our floor 1Iease money by buying Donelson CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Useful Presents WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA We loaded from cellar to with Useful Holiday Presents AquaproofRobes fromAlfredour thebestofNeckwearHandkerchiefs Genuine Mclutoshes Rain Coats c Just thinkwhatuseful PRESENTS We have the largest in tucky Beautiful Childrens Sweaters KenI tiful Mens Caps of LOUIS GUS STRAUS I LEADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT HATTERS ETC NIGH- TLEXINGTON KENTUCKY A WONDER HALLS iltFAT niSCUVKKY One small bottle of Halls Great Disl COVEry cures all kidney antI bladder troubles removes travel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lamp hnckll rheumatism nnd all irregularities of the kidneys nut bladder itt iioth men and women regulates bladder troubles iu rhildreti If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure city case above mentioned Dr E W Hall stile manu facturer 1 O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druc gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky KECD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1001 DrK W hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have usedone bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Disroverv for Hlney and bladder trouble 1 weighed ICO pounds when I began using it today Iweight 17G pound ami I feel heifer titan I have in twenty years aid I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 4decly JOHN A KinmK PLACE 1 HRl TMA ORDERS FOR r lCut Flowers J Holly Palms Ferns and Blooming Plants with Albert Reichspfarr FLORIST Phone 183 KY Come and see the Greenhouses Everybody Invited nov27tf I STOPS Athens Tcnn Jan 27 1001 Ecr since the first appearance of mY menses ere and I hipsbackbearing down pains in the abdomen During the past month I have been taking Wino of Cardui and Thedfordl BlaekDraQght and I passed the month ly period trithoct pain for tho first time ia years NiazE DAVIS What Is life wori to a woman sutTer Ing like Nannie Davis suffered Yet there are women In Ihoussntf of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains In silence II you are one otjlhese we want la say that this same WlNEorCARDUI wlllrs yea permanent relief CN- M yearseH with the kaewlwtfe that 1000000 weflwn have teas ce pclly oars by Wise sf Cardui These wen m suffered tree Ietic9rrfc ei lrresalr Menses heajuhe teckatiit sad Waring d wii pains WlM si CanM wilt step Hn this aches MNI p lasher yw PtHte a 100 Mtte If WlMIf Carat to clatu4 lake it hi tile prMeyefJMtIloM Je4taM t A1lsiry I R efm- Ju JTm 1 r lose nothing la style and quit ity Vehicles of ill kinds will cost more soother season prices of materials are going up IEy Ewiagi Mi R Prop r Think What Useful Presents CLAUS are garret What a beautiful Present one 1 of those Dick Shryock Suits made to order would be 11 AND FINE TAILORS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS STORE OPEN EVERY TEXAS YOUR Wreaths RICHMOND PAIN rssildS- sstsTh Holiday SuggestionsHere And here is where your friends buy The whole family can participate in the en joyment which comfortable CHAIRSand t ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year Frameseluave knices- And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE Ws Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Stst RICHMOND BWWy KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines o- fPicturest and Framing Material tKvershown Richmond and nt prices that defy competition Elegant Water Colors in Ideal heads Landscapes Etc genuine Oil Painting genuine Sepias Carbons and Platinums I assortment of new metal frames in Brass unl Ebony guaranteed not to tarnish A neat cahiiiet rains for IlW A 10x20 rtralt frame 4inch moulding complete forL We wo genuine imported French picture glass Our expert framemakers make frames while you wait Vo havent space to name our hundreds of genuine baicains Your ore Invited lo call and innpect tho largest and lowest priced line ever offered to tltti people of lUchmond Jtntlison and adjninint counties Cash pricei bought them and CASh prices will sell them GEO M WILLGING 209 Wet Main Street RICHMOND KV r J fe WHY NOT BUY THE BEST l No75 Standing Top Surrey i Made of the best materialji A nice light carriage madi especially for one horse We also mke a full Kaed fllgk Onto Vehicles aRca Harness dfQrCAz4gr rnt5i q y 1 IrscaLzsti 1 cosMo CARRIAGE cot HV Glen R Jckr Pa li 25 tPlUlJ r For Rubber Stamps CALL AT +M4TYS OFF1OE +t The Richmond Climax CAROUT s OROE Editor n WEDNESDAY DEC 18 1001 runusuKurveKY WICDNKSUAY BY Ths Climax Printing Go Incorporated A FitANicrOKT correspondent wttaIng to the Cincinnati Enquiier mat weekfigured the Senatorial race us fo lows For MoCiearv 25 Cnutrill 19 Wheeler Smith 15 uncertain but wholly for 3ItJreary11 uncertain but probably against McGreary 12 doubt ful 1 Giving McCreary the 11 uncer tain members he would have but 36 votes or 14 leEs tbiin a sntlloient num ber to nominate mul Iriii this tho cor respondent figured cut that the first ballot would find each of the four can didates strong enongh to encourage Ida friends in settling down to a long licit The writer wan either iniiuh biased in his judginuut or elbe he knew very lit tbof what he was writing about The article was so much criticized that to do justice to nil parties and get a fair average statement of the case the Enquirer sent to every correspondent in tho State for an interview with the roost prominent Democrat in his county iu regard to the Senatorial race The rosult was published Saturday 70 oi the correspondents having repurted Of the Legislators and Senators seen 82 were pledged to McCreary 13 to Wheeler 9 toCantriil4 to Smith and 1 to Allen Four named McCrenry as u second choice and 1 Wheeler and 2 Cantrill Of the commital members 5 are personally fayor McUrenry WASHINGTON dispatches of Satur day stated that President Roosevelt had decided not to accept the otter of Andrew Carnegie of 10000000 of bonds of the United States Steel Corporation for the purpose of founding a National University The views of prominent Senators and Representatives us they have been given tim President nreI practically unanimous against his ac ceptnncc of the oiler in its present shape The provision attached to the otTer thftt the government shall hold the bonds fur a term of years is con sidered especially objectionable It is said that the President hopes that an n Ij ust men t can be made by which Mr Carnegie will turn the bonds into cash or United Stages booth so that the gift can be accepted TUB President has sent to the Senate the niin of Capt IM Drnne to be postmaster at Frankfort The appoint ment will give satisfaction to all parties as it will mean the end of Dr S Holmes who was appointed as a Democrat but who held on during the liepublicun administration iu return for valiant services iu the cause of Palmer and Kuckner To Ihe Pen Sheriff Colyer escorted flvo prisoners to the Frankfurt penitentiary yestei day four of whom were sentenced at the last term of Court They were William Young who was pent up for three years for buiglaiy Willis Thorn ton John Wallace and Win Towles two years each fur housebreaking The filthwas Doc Lowry who was given a flfteenyerr hentoiico in September which judgment was alllrmud by the Appellate Court test week Old Landmark Gone The Johnson Pigg rofcidtjnce about three miles Hast of lUehmond on the Irvine pike was destroyed by fire last Friday Iy leasoii of this fire one of the old landmarks is gone From nil that can be loarncd it roust have been erected more than eighty years ngi It was first built nfhewulogb anti afterwards weatherboarded and plastered and thus became a very corn fortable residence cool in summer and warm in winter It was erected on the first point coming from Irvine to Richmond from which Richmond could be seen Mr W W Pig is the present owner of the property and had only a small insurance It was occupied by Mr C E Clay CIF 8rowerCo LEXINGTON Ky Our Turkish Room Our Picture Gallery Our Display of Chairs Our Beautiful Rugs Our ComfortableCouches Our Home and Office Desks Our Dressing Tables Our Magnificent Curtains Our Complete Line of ofilL sorts of House Furnish ings Are Suggestive of Xm- asCF1BrowerCo11 MAEKf A5D BROADWAY LEXI GTON1 Ky Ir PERSONAL J B Million left this morning fd- hicago r Mr I 0 Beck spent several days in Danville last week aMissfriends In Nlcliolaaville Mr S A O Bullockreturned Sat urday from a trip to Chicago 3 Mrs H R Pickels has returned frm a visit to friends in Lexington f Mrs Green Clay has returned from visit to relatives in Lancaster Mrs It G Stoner of Mt Sterling is the guest of Mrs Mntiali Lvnn Miss Earle Chenault will leave today for n visit to friends in Louisville Mrs J B Willis came up from Crab Orchard last week to visit relatives Miss Ohio Baldwin has returned from n visit to Mrs W Shanks at Stan fordMr William Spears of Jessamine county was theguest of relatives here last week Miss Dora NefT attended the Harris Barnes wedding iu Nicholasville last Thursday Mrs Battle McDowell is vIsiting her daughter Mrs J Irvine Blanton in Cynthiana Dr and Mrs C Truoheart Taylor of Huntington are the guests of Miss 1lorrie Bright Prof and Mrs C O Crooks of Dan ville will arrive this week to spend Christmas Mrs Mat Adams has returned to her home in Winchester after a visit to Mrs B W Turner Miss Judith Tudor of Irvine is visiting her aunt Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Miiis Bessie Miller returned Saturday from a visit of several days to Mrs Winu in Winchester Miss Janie Felnnd will leave for Lawrenceburg Friday to spend the Holidays with her mother Miss Dorcas Francis of Madison Institute will leave tomorrow to visit relatives iu Garrard county Dr Fraz3e is taking a few days off this week hunting birds in the wilds of the Kentucky mountains Miss Elizabeth Harbour of Louisville will arrive Saturday to spend Xmas with Dr and Mrs L G Barbour Mrs Caleb Shearer leaves today for Louisville whore she will be the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Stafford Mr anti Mrs 1 V Steonbergen of Point Pleasant W Va were the Ufsts of relatives hero last week Mrs Toe Chenault and Mrs C F higgins spent several days with Mrs F Spears in Jessamine last week lit Mr and Mrs W R Lc teller were in Campbells ville last week the guests of there daughter Mrs J N Turner Mrs W Q White of Louisville was called here this week by the serious illness of her neice Elizabeth Jiurinini Miss Julia Higgins has returned from a visit of several weeks to rela tives in Danville Stanford and Son erset Mr and Mrs C It Bowcher of Owensboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs T E Arnold during the Y M C A Convention Mr Robert Berry who has lived IU the Vcst for several years is ex pected home to spend the Christmas holidays Oytithiana Times Editor T S Vance and Julian L Smith of Shelbyville attended the Y M C A Convention last week and while iu the city paid this office a pleas ant call Mr Wallace Yates returned Monday from a visit of several dujs to friends in awrenceburg lIe attended tho State College ball at Lexington SaturdayAttorney T H Collins left Friday for a visit to relatives In Missouri His mother who has been visiting there for several months will return with him next week The following invitation has been receIved here Mr and Mrs John Matthias Kennedy request the honor of your company- at the marriage of their daughter Jessie Graddyto Mr EdmuniTntt Burnam on Tuesday the twentyfirst of December at half after eight oclock nine hundred and thirtyfire Garland KezluckrAtIIow Burnamwood JUchmondKeutneky RELIGIOUS The First Presbyterian church offf Winchester has extended a call to Itei W BCurnmSug of Baltimore to become its pastor He preached there several weeks ago and was much liked by the people VaIsdor P F Adams at tho monthly meeting of the Regular Baptist Church in SundaytIlep A pmllt ofhe FirBtrPresbyterian church at three o lQck this afternoon The purpose of tie meeting is to receive Dr Dodge inttfthe Presbytery antI to make ar rrangements for his installation tonight The installation services will take place t seven oclock MATRIMONIALTunouHAYDEXSimeon of Newby and Miss Hetflo Hayden of Million were married by Squire Armer last week BCSUGKIXSTEAD Walter P Bush of California and Miss Bessie Grin stead of Waco were married last week iu Frankfort COMBSRAMSEY J M Combs a Berea student and Miss Amanda L Ramsey of Berea were married at the home of the bride MondayJ- ACKSOMCREWB J Z Jackson a farmer of the Big Hill locality and Miss Maude Crews of Bcrea were married at the brides home last Fri dayUEYXOLDSSUOOoVERProl B P Reynolds a well known school teach serover of Berea were married by Squire Armer last Saturday- It will come as quite a surprise to the many friend of Miss R Abbey Shearer rednesdalDccelUber18 ton of Salida Colorado The wedding will be a quiet one at the homo of hex sister Mrs D F Stafford of Louisville Ky Immediately after the wedding Mr and Mrs Sappington will leave for Centralia and Fazettc Mo to visit the grooms parents and the brides sister Mrs Juo Parrisli formerly of this county After Jan 15 they will go to Salida Colorado their future home Miss Abbey Shearer is a daughter of Mr Abner Shearer and Mrs Rachel Huguely Shearer both deceased and has many relatives and friends in this county who wish her happiness in her western home Mr Sappington is for merly from Ceptralia Mo but now is a prominent and successful live stock- man of Colorado He was one of the chosen judges to the Stock Fair in Chicago Doc 1 Those most interested in each of them feel sure they have chosen wisely their urea companion BIRTHS COFFELDER To Mr and Mrs John Coffclder yesterday morning a fine boy DEATHS McEutor Mrs Lucy Cleaver Mc Elroy the author of Julstty and several other popular mountain stories died suddenly at her home near Lot anon last Sunday SHIFFLET Mrs Margaret A Shif flst died Friday night at her home four miles East of town Mrs Shifllet was a native of this county anti was iu the sixty seventh year ot her rge She was in good health until a few days ago when site contracted pneu monia The funeral services were Inducted by Rev L IL Reynolds at the louse Sunday after which the burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery For Sale or Rent My house and lot on the Eiir Hill pike adjourning city limits House contains three rooms good cistern and outbuildings Also one of the best threshing outfit in the county for salt cheap For particulars call on 0 W POTTS or dec 113t John Allman The Sick TIm friends of Mr and Mrs Milward Brown will be glad to learn that their little daughter Kate who has been very ill of fever Is much improved Little Elizabeth Burnam who hns been quite ill for several days was re ported slightly improved ycsterdaj Student Candidate T M Hutchinson Jr of Henderson is a Caddidate for Cloakroom Keeper of the Kentucky Senates He is a student at Central University and is the originator of the double header football idea lie was a page in the Senate in the term of 189103 his father being the Senator from the Fifth district For Sale or Rent Dr L Frazee announces that he has for saleor rent on easy terms or monthly payments his residence on Second street and ten or twelve other desirable dwellings in various parts of town Money is no object as he de sires to dispose of the property It is a splendid chance to get a good home on the easiest terms 4dec3t The Climax fo Move On account of the continued increase of business The Climax Printing Co has found it necessary to seek larger quarters For this reason tho McKee building on First Street formerly occupied by the Kentucky Register been leased The rooms have haRI setItIedsomest oflicc in town The move willI be made before January 1 after which time we will be at home to IIof our friends and extend to all a cordial in vitalion to callI DONT BE Jlchifig JointsIn the fingers toes arms and other parts of the body ere joints that are inflamed and swollen by rheumatism that acid condition of the blood which affects the muscles also Sufferers dread to move especially after sitting or lying long and their condition ia commonly worse in wet weather bbeenfather thinks lie could n t do without It lie has been troubled with rheumatism since be was a boy und Hoods Sarsapa rllla Is the only medicine bo can tate that will enable liOn to take his place in the field Miss ADA Dorr Sidney tows Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Remove the cause of rheumntimnoo outward application can Will Go lo Versailles FridayaThe committee appointed last week to go to Versailles to confer with the L A railroad officials will go Friday afternoon All members of tho committee and all who arc interested aret callod to meet at Douglas Crutchers tore at i oclock and go from there in a body to the train Leaving here at 230 there will bo two hours to spend in Versailles arriving home at 830 Small Pox Increasing Several new cases of smallpox were reported on Red Lick last week It broke out afresh in the families of Juliusand Isaiah Webb but so far there have been no serious results The dis ease was brought into the countryL from Breathitt two weeks man by the nnmo of Sandlin He was ill for about ten days but has fully recovered Stato Oar Association President W II Macky of the State Bar Association appointed the perma nent Committees of the Association last week lIon J A Sullivan was named on the committee of Law Re form and lIon R W Miller on Griev ances The Law Reform committee will have its first meeting in the office of Chairman W 0 Harris in Louis ville December 20 Gibsons Stable Sold J V Gibson on Saturday sold his livery stable to Judge Million acting as agent for his sitTer Mrs Thomas Samuel of Pileville The price was 3000 an advance of 1100 on the price offered at public sale two weeks ago Mr Samuels who is the present Mayor 01 Pineville will probably re move bis family to this city and take charge of the stable A Son oi Madison Wo notice iu the Breeders Gazette that at the International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago Mr Wallace Esilll of Estill Mo was one of the dis tinguished Judges on Short Horn cat tle He is the only son of the late noted Col Jaaies Hubert Estill of Mis souri a native of old Madison There were 85000 visitors at the ex position and all of the large Hotels were full to overflowing Holiday Number In order that the employee of this office may get the full benefit of the Xmas Holiday the CLIMAX will be is sued on Tuesday morning of next week instead of Wednesday This arrange ment will also give the merchants one more opportunity to advise the several thousand readers of the CLIMAX in re gard to Holiday goods All who want a change of ad on the outside must ot us know by tomorrow morning Removals- T H Collins has leased Mr J Wade Wslkers resilIence on High street and will move into it in n few days Mr and Mrs Valker moved to their farm in Garrard county last week Rev 11 Harm lias moved his fatally into Dr Holtons house onOak street Mrs Hagan of Silver Creekwill occupy the Crutcher residence on West Main where Mr Harris formerly resided vGood at Figures Messrs J T Boggs and J Q Million of this city won prizes in the Evening Po mixed number contest last week One urize was a years subscription to the Post and the other was a handsome photogravure Tho puzzle was to add correctly about a million small num bers jumbled together in a six inch square Tho lucky contestants ought to be glad that they are not in the Lun atic Asylum nftor wrestling with the problem Lost Car Tho Danville Advocate says Mr W H Lillard has lost a car load of hay somewhere in the freight yards of the Cincinnati Southern road or some where else The car started out on its journey last January from Danvilleand was billed to the Southern Flour and Grain Company Atlanta During the lapse of a year it has pot been heard of and tho railroad company has not been able to locate it Railroad companies empoy a corps of tracers to delve about for vanished property of this sort and a squad of these detec lives will probably be called into ser vice So far Mr Lillards loss has been about a hundred dollars Store RObed Tbo store of J M Ilendren at Speedwell was entered last Thursday night and about HO in money and tamps were taken The iron safe wa- sdemolishedma way that no novice in the business could have done it Shier iff Colyer spent all of Friday in looking for the burglars but as yet no clue has been found that might lead to their arrest Mr Hendren fortunately had ut littlo money in the safe at the ime having deposited several hundred dollars just a few dais previous to the burglary This is the second safe that has been robbed at Speedwell this winter Old Fiddleis Concert The ladies of the Infirmary the Elks r the A 0 U Ws are talking of having an old fashioned fiddlers con ert during the Holidays We are un ble lo learn who is behind the project but that such a move is on foot is a cer tainty We are reliably informed that James Anglin of Brush Creek has agreed to give on his fiddle the latest touch of Turkey iu the Straw and John Bohtier of the same place will play Callahan and Watches Under the Hill Other celebrities of old time fiddling have agreed to be present Prizes will be offered and heavy playing will be indulged in for first honors By all means get it up Contest for Most Popular Elk We will give to the most popular Elk in Madison county a 1500 Tailor made suit goods to be selected from samples In our house Wo will issue cou pons at 5 cents each and said coupons will entitle the holder to one vote said yote being deposited in an iron ballot box tire Sheriff of the county holding the key until contest is set tled which will be 30 days from date of opening sale of coupons A committe of threo will be appointed to count the coupons and the Elk receiving the highest number of votes will be declared the winner Coupons will be placed on sale Thursday December 5 1001 4declin JACOBS MAHLER The County Convention A most interesting convention was held iu the Christian church letnning Friday last ending Sunday evening for the purpose of organizing a Y M 0 A in Madison courtly Among tIne visi tors were II E topear Strte Secre tary Mr Mickelaesietunt State Stcre tory Julian L Smith County Secretary Sholby county TS Vance andO R Boucher members of this State Committee John Lake Secretary of Coun ty Work and Dr J A Stucky of Lex ington an enthusiastic worker besides oilier prominent Y M C A men As may be judged from the prominence of the above gcntemen all of whom delivered addresses the programme was of the highest order and the en thusiasnui of these men who are giv lug their lives and means to the cause they are so earnestly striving for was in a great measure contagious Time loading feature about every address delivered and tho fact most emphasized were what the Y1I C A has already done for the young men of our State Facts accomplished facts were the bases of nearly all of their remarks a certain standard of value fr the Young Mens Christian Association and out prophesying great success in the future In Shelby county wheie Young Mens Christian Association was organized not two years ago the results wete represented as astonish ing for it does not exist alone in Shel byville the county teat but in a num ber of the smaller towns associations have been organized with member ships varying from 20 to 55 in number A similar work is being done in other counties in our State The object of this convention was to organize a Young Mens Christian Association in this county and for this purpose a commit tee was appointed composed Jof S A O Bullock C H Covington Jas R lush Knper Hood E Deatherage R II Bantam C C Wallace Geo G Prewitt T E Arnold and others The duties of this Committee are to raise the necessary funds provide suitable quarters secure a competent secretary and exerciee general supervision over the association in this county It was decided by the convention to raisel200 with which to begin the work and the members of the above committee as sisted by Messrs Lake and Mickel are now canvassing the town and county for that purpose One remark of Dr Stuckys in his address Sunday even hog was significant and in few words expressed the purpose of the Y M C A He said there are but two rooms always open to the young man who cornea to Richmond as a stranger one where he can sleep at one dollar per JtetdruukYoung Mens Christian Association among other things will establish comfortable quarters where every young man can go and spend his time pleasantly either reading or in a social way and be subjected to no vicious sur roundings The Y M C A Is nota religions organization alone Help in this work with liberal do nations He who rules must humor full as much as he commands DECEIVEDr This warm weather will not last and vou need Boots and Shoes for tho change We have tineselect line ot BOOTS SHOES HAT3 and iNS largest and most FURNISHINGS to be found inRichmond Now Is the time to makeFallyour purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 i In Booths Ideal Patent Vici Kid Patent Enamel Kibo Kid Box Calf in heavy soles and light solesllnrtla ohftOO for dresaahoes for streetall one high heels arid low 1dtlecoudNewest Things at all times in HATS NECKWEAR COLLARSand we are for the CliFFS A full and complete line of MENS UNDERWEyjjA large assortment of Mens and Boys Caps Dress Shirts Dress KocksHandkerchiefa Macintoch and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters ShoePolishltubber Boots Rubber Shoes arid Felt Boots You will find jtwant VEIIArETIIEr a pleasure to trade where you can Und what yoir 1RICE ARNOLD tJ2 i For Sale or Rent I Our stable in Richmond Ky comer of Third send Water streets Thisis one of the most substantial brick stables ia Kentucky being airy clean and roomy and nInes not join any other buildings It is located in the best part of the city near postofDce just back of Hotel Glyndon and lisa a run of trade second to none It is close to the best and most substantial business part of tile city If not sold or rented by Decem ber 21 1901 will offer forjsale publicly then if not sold will rent publicly Sale or renting at 2 oclock p m Wo have also a nice lot of baled hay for sale privately G J WHITE La SON D WTribble Auctioneer lldec2t The InterUrban Judge Million issued an order yesterday calling the Madison Fiscal Court to meet next Monday December 23 The object is to take some action in regard to tile rightofway which has been asked for by the Blue Grass Traction Company The Company asks for the right to cross and run on the pike at all times using the same grade They agree to do no hauling dur ing the winter that would tear up the pike and also to keep the part of the road occupied by their tracks in repair They agree to complete the work in 18 months taking out such time as is lost by suit or Injunctions When corn pleted they agree to run cars every two hours from 6 a m to 6 p m The Lowry Case SeWed The Appellate Court last Tuesday affirmed the judgmeutof the Madison Circuit Court in the case of Dock Low ry against the Commonwealth In which Lowry was sentenced to couflLement in the State penitentiary for a term of 15 years for criminal assault Tins case which has been tried four times in the Circuit Court and has been twice before the Court of Appeals is now settled The crime with which Lowry was charged was committed on the evening of Febuary 20 1900 The first two trials resulted in hung juries In the third trial he was sentenced to 20 years This judgment was reversed by the Appellate Court because of errors in the trial The fourth trial W88I held in the September term and result ed in the verdict of 15 years The ap peal from tine last judgment entered in tile case was because of the adrnls JOES jTrEverything to the sion of alleged incompetent evidence arid tire refusal of the Judge to give peremptory instructions f Tho ruling of the Court was that the case was properly submitted to the jury JOHNALUSORl Broad hursts name in itself is enough to the sucesa of any comedy lungbutso well known that every time one of his companies comes here it is sure of a hearty welcome Next Monday even lug December 23 at the Opera House WrongMrRowland Reed will make its bow to tine theatre ors of this city and that the piece will be accorded a wel come already evidenced by the un usually large sale of of seats The Wrong Mr Wright runs throe acts and H filled with good humor of the true Broadhurst style The fun is constant and from the rise of the curtain to tie the last act there is not a dull moment The piece is handsomely byJohnJones In What Happened to Jones will be remembered arid who isro widely known as a capable nctor that he needs no praise at our hauls slug Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be leastoneto cure in all its stages and that is theonlycal fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional requires a constitu Lureissystemthereby patienttrengIirlion und assisting nature In doing its muchfaith easethat 0SoldHall best4declmn A Womanly Weakness inoldverb It Men have the annie baaing utlrclLuiseIt oI4tMHIlquality of every pteee in oer Meek k t leJ I 1is- osLELANBi 0 I ILETS SEE WHATHAVE TO SAY TODAY Allwool Trtcoti 17Inch wide allwool dyed la large range of hut colon Xii nntrnrtim gad weIght thIs fabric Ii above the average Colors royal blur gray icarlet cadet blue navy pink old rose light blue and black at Me per yd Otrembroidfrtd Albatrosses Soc waistJnfr are very popular A beautiful Persian tripe woven in silk at interraU lHlnch Colongray blue old rose cardinal national blue heliotrope green and black at per Meaty goods lot rainy day skirts 68inch wide in graycadet Sine nary browns tan and black at It per yd Allwool renetlans SOinches woven of very fine grain in all desirable shades of the season at yd Our 60Inch wool Broadcloth finished under an entirely new proeeu giving lace of fabric a patina neat Snub department t will wlt1nd la colon black gray raster bias wine etc at 89c per yd Along with our dress II to be bad a complete tine of fancy aUta for Uta Tbe latest design Ecrutace Itrlped allk woven on v- eryEn heavy silk in black and whlle thls a 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 fall coloringa at IQc per yd The best Imitation of imported French Flannels at 12 ic FANCY OUTING FLANNELS Union 25Inch medium weight in an assortment of and plaids light and dark colon at Sc Bnowflske 27Inch heavily napped outing flannel made In a handsome assortment of uptodate designs has an excellent soft finish which makes It adaptable for aU purposes atBJ c per yd Eiderdowns utrictly allwool firm sloctmet back with cloaklnglhonaeOur Mercenxed Sateens 32Inch wide is of the beat and has the luster of satin made in black blue red white and ydPrinted sateens 40Inch In blue and white black and ydOar made in a large varkty of strlpet and plaids at lOc per yd WRAPPERS weight flannelettes moulders pointed trlmnird herringbone fitting the trade Fleece weight Manchester seanileiis weight tripple pair seamless atJ IuuCaps at 25c Baoys Boys at 10 antI 2oc 15 anti Ladies Ladies Lbatlaine Purses at and Childrens scarlet blue and white nilwool at lOcof OUR DEPARTMENT OF ART DRAPERY For season has been selected from the very latest designs The selection represents patterns colorcombination that highclass in respects Queenetta 36inch wide in colors green red and blue Out lace and swiss curtain department deserves special comment Swiss curtains IrumedCor Main First St p Finest a Candies Fruits of Nuts Oysters Celery AND EVERYTHING FOR CHISTMAS make children happy Come get our pricesr royal testimonials Address ANTITOXIN FuR SWINE DISEASES fromStatesitDeVauxments and study succeeded In laolatlngthe true germ of diseases and prepared a Serum theDeVuxCheuiICal000 bogs have been successfully treated and theAntitoxinprice on the market than those not treated The Company guarantees that the injection of absolutelypreventwill Mr it ptrctmt In case of failure money for serum and syringe will be refunded Ar firmer tftllf admtaltttrtbi ofhogsOne ounce vial sufficient for six hon 1100 ChemicalCompany2IarIy- PLACE YOUR HRI TMA ORDERS FOR Cut Flowers Holly Wreaths andElooming Albert Reichspfarr FLORIST Phone 188 RICHMOND KY Oresuhouseseverybody nov27tf Master Commissioners Sale I Whltfleld MoodTs Adam and Bra PlUs OB Petition tNoticeO oftheaboveStyle atuiy D mD f 28li 1901 aUbeCourtconnty ICy to dpropertyA TRACT OF LAND On the head water of the South Fork of andRoekCUlle IInndrPdand tineeastEvans Ilarmon and Allis others land on the weat by E W ofJ2be required to gIvebondwI4 approved secur moneyto awlwithmoney SCOTTI Master Commission ors Sale ii C ofagainstInhiqaltyflYvidueofoJudgretaad at tile abovestyleTuesdayDec31tQJ apreLtes OII UM aty JilIIIbl4ilerthefollowlag AROUSE AND LOT In tIN City of RkhmotwJ Ky eoMI lllacCJ1MIacre aM boaadod aa f tows Oil e IIWUaby 5rst OR Ute west by ewaed by lotowp41061dBlIliaoe I eLIpOetlo I I 5m4 all talr7 a esIC1 bo ofsIxIat lottla1iwIb j fstiM i vauth aU tM t SCcXDTV1OaesIwoodl J iAyl Iw fcJi Q o LADIES FLANNELETTE Simpsons standard winter warranted fut colors raffled reverse collar with braid 12iuch flounce neat inutile waist at each We strongly advise to give carefulattention to our line of Lined Hose No 425 h asy fast black fleece lined hose plain foot warranted double fleece lined aua fast black at J8c per pair Heavy fleece lined ribbed top full seamless at 2So per 111gb grade Infants pure wool stockings colors pink scarlet blue and white silk toes leg plain foot at 25c a pair Oneita Union Salts colors wine and natural gray 49and99c Silk Mitts at lOt 23c 25 49c Mitts in handsome in are all OWEN MCKEE SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS ss in and lowest insure fallon stripes this swine leastfpaid Male lot for IIIM Z U We heels ivejUsAn Also give us a trial der for Groceries orIwe will uptoclslein ness AB to the class of goods we and our- endeavor to pitape we refer you to ourpatrons as It is Merely A Matter of Dollars and Sense Every man Ia looking for a good In vestment but the worrY is exhaust ing In +++t+ t t Of Kentucky i ++ t+ + it Is absolutely secure There is ance investment over put before the public Come and Investigate J C BECK Jr Special Agent Trust BIdg Richmond Ky L i i rSEND For atrial months sub scription to th- eLouisville Tbe AfteraeeaSooth taikHulit NewsCenpfcte Largest Circulation in the South 3400O AND OVER DAILY 50c a Month Or J4 year Vjr aMU jC 50C FOUK7H AV- CLouicviile tKY t m Riehm 0 L Order ingrediantsIII Call and see Iour Christmas CandiesFruits MILLER BROTHERS tirebest ffarelooking Rndownient soc TIMES ntl- Kentucky rtrC 0rn 0 NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons indebted to Basil W ington deceased will please call bavingriagmellratsent same verified on r fore January 20 1003 or they will barred THOS B MILlKU lldeclin Admitiistrct A Demonstration Of Valued i It can be made clear to any one Lf- our methods of Dental Treatment Are far in advance of many otltrs Each case is considered carefully sin all work done skillfully and accuraiog to the most improved methods Our Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection ijself Teeth made Iy us look nature fit perfectly and wr splendidly are made Ire m the test material in the world Rubber or Zylouife i50 Good ior 40 years BRH01SON Dentist IOfficein Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open nil nicht DIDmissiDner s Rentit oflBy ReptcitllgbOstYleuseMonday December 30 J90J IICourta ReIIRgtile tollowUg described property TU The Real EstateBe- 1111ttlag to J T Estill as liDro crcdLOTiylHgwell fcr j4ke SM land will be rented by IM acre fa two separate as follows SpeedI n tocultivatethatP0tI wn ta cent or MU ai 4 AIM may cnltlrate in coV grassIpike O- nlICollOTIMsIsi renter to T UW t tile seIB corn or o U asbemayp5r TbrtalIznbyiCourtInbcthI n if eredi1UUseccnltOwop the ClOPSANSatZO15- iIceIw d a14 cX U AVING decided to reduce our 1 our stockof GLASSand perhapcloseout determined 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 thewayof 5 f Fancy Groceries Cover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP 0 EODEATIIERA6E ie Richmond DNISDAY DEC is 1001 pr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is lated over J B Stouffers Cr store 6febtL 1 fresh nuts and candies call on llroB Srfa Huns has undoubtedly un J 1al liis presents at E C Wines ic2w f fail to oee our dispny of cut iVtry Thomas lldec2t our prices on candies and r is rood before buying t Thurinnn Grocery Co fiis having corn for sale write IVnnett Co Silver Creek dec4Sw iin CooMsriiKo Company want uf vonteof white onk staves jiiling bolts lSio8vv Himan can sell you tiny kind r iInd Christmas goods for less n iuanyOUe t Thurman Grocery Co v iave a flue collection of Bibles II tamfiils suitable fur a Xmas 1 n v Thomas IldecLt Mm see the Elks Minstrels to r n ig lit you will never die of the- j must bountiful display of r MIISJMOUS ever seen III Itioh EC Wines lldectH cur handsome display of China Yfilxpwood vases Parry Jldec2t Culyer will make his debut tMuorrow night Go and YHi Chris in is candies from s yon slMtulurd gioils for the cy that some people soil slop ill Tiiunnaii Grocery Co liHxea reud to encore our iior Iickels of the lleKister ng his nng tomorrow nixht iiristiHii rliiircli at Mt Pleas hr a ClitistniHS tree next fUeniooi at I oclock Every 110 litrII1 Ullt lailies Missionury soci Baptist church will place sale ia Joes window every d evpuing Leave your order k irnnii IIM Hindu Hichniond tIt N ikitnf hiiltK chine furs old r IIWS nd copper old brass old i r KIOIS and bootp zinc and nil fi junk stock there is on earth ilicr people can pay good prices can pay better always the Ih7 Any one will buy your stock ar advaiicinp market we will buy in the time Call and get our rs lleopeutfully- e n THUUMAN xuncniiv Co Logs Wanted Hume Cooperage Company are t market fur I OttO white oak IORP Ii their olllce for epecificaliotitr rries 13no8w Fur Sale Vr rer for sale privately a thfrty t ioiler and long etroku engine if ii ftc ready for use will sell very ail For pailicuiurs apply io Kor J n Cheuault or this nfflce t1 EIii ton Mill Co Teachers Training Class it iurs clasrts will be organized iy 1902 Board and tuition for i weeks 1j Higher branches and iikeepting taught Address OImJHec3t T Ky Everything to gladden tha hearts te little ones at E C Wines lldcc2w FOR SALE ubber Stamp outfit Cheap ill at this office Z Dr Harry IlL Blanton Dentist Of flea over Middletons drugstore July 17tf Holiday goodies the best at reasonable prices Jnett Grocery Co It Bring yoour Furs to Thnrrran and get the highest cash prices We have no agents dcc 182 t Thurman Grocery Co Mrs George H Jlyere keeps on hand fine blade cakes for Xmas nnd Thanksgiving similar in productto her premium cake 13notf Cattle Delivered Hubert Duereon on Monday deliv ered C7 head of WOO pound cattle to Simon Well at 5 cents Corn Wanted Uurnnm Peiiiett Co SilverCreck KrwIt n MOUOO barrels ottrn write them for pi J lecSw If yen wnit to gve a Chrislmns prE ellll Mid rminot ilrritie what to Hive n to trv E C Winne lt lec2t Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are in the market for 10000 white oak logs Call at thelrofDie for specifications and prices 18no 8w For Rent A nice dwelling on Lancaster avenue with all necessary out buildings For particulars call on or address UEO D SIMMONS novlSlf Ilichruontl Ky ofIFur Rent A Him dwelling house with all North street For paiticulara call on or address W H MILLER novG 2mo Kichraond Kv 15f ire Iiuyint see the best line of Xmas prpgeiils at Pony Thomas UdecSt For Sale or Rent I have for sale or rent two houses and lots in Kingston welt improved haviniion the promises all necessary ontbuildinc Also one farm contain ing 70 acres or more one mile west of Kingston For particulars call oil or address Mits Jvxn WILMOKE 41c4t Kingston Ky Teeth extracted without pain 5 cents DIt Hon ox Richmond Ky The finest display of holiday goods at Perry Thomas ldec2t Leave yourortler with Juett Grc cery O fur frolic nuts raisins flcs dates candies oyeterp c lory nnd elect riToceries They fell the best at reason able prices It Monument Committee The Goebel Monument Committee met at Frankfurt mat Thursday Little business of importance was transacted It was about decided tbat the moan ineut would be of broils Prisoners Brought Back bury Robinson indicted for murder Charles White for robbery and Roland Ulieclerfor hog stealing nil negror wild cscaped fioin the NichoIasvTIltf jilinJune were captured in Gincin uatiIastweek and brought back Gas Reduction About one scar ago this comp l y hiaterially reduced gas and water rates It hasboon so encouraged by increased patronage in both during tlie prefcenC yearthat It has determined to allow adUcount of 2ja per l0X feet on thu minatlne gas furnished on anti aft lr Lee t 1901 thereby relucing the nit price ofjBas from 52 00 to 175 CJJut notice Is especially glrtthat this discount on gas will allowed to any person who fails to my his gus bill on or before the 10 of each monthat the otllcn or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be rujulrecl to pay the present rate penally without ex ception s Respectfully RICHMOND WATER bUIIT Coft Nov 27 1901 dec4tf L Farmers Did yon know that you could gat 32 pounds of Zaringts Patent Flour Irttiie bushel of wheat You should take a loadof wheat to Z A RINGS MILL and Bet advantage of tbte rare porttniIty rod CO Climax necessnrvomhuIlilincBoti Df Hobeon Dentist Rlchrnoiid fa prl7tf To Ctew Friday Tire Caldweil High school will dose rBlheday December 0 perdozenDropped Dead Jim McAllister a well known old FridayThethat death was caused fy heartdisease JheQueenlwllru18dec2t i i Sale JVJthat on account of high water hissale which was advertised for lastSaturday could not coma off lh sal i was post poned until tomorrow Every ono is invited Xmas goods of every description atT B Collins 18dec2t Coroner Resigns 4 l 11 G Brown who has held the office of Coroner for several terms resigned the office last Saturday Clifton IT Samuels Coronerelect was appointed by Judge Million to fill out Mr Browns term Tors of all kinds T B Collins 18dec2t Notice All members of White dleNo43- K of P are earnestly requested to be preseut at their regular meeting on Wednesday evening December 18th promptly at 7 oclock Urgent business to bo transacted Fire works candles and oranges at TB Collins I8dec2t Valuable Papers Lost Fire in the big carpet store of Lowry Goebel at Cincinnati destroyed many valuable papers bearing on the Goebel murder case The Goebela have spent nearly two years in collecting these papers and the loss is considered irreparable Have Willging with his force of skilled mechanics do your Painting and papering New Law Firm Tho well known law firm of Burnara TMoberlev has been dissolved Mr Moberleji retiring Messrs E T Bur naui and Grant E Lilly will join Maj OF Bnrnarh in the new firm the style of which will be Burnam Lilly Buruam Window glass all sizes at city prices Largest stcck at Willgings Let him save you money Grand Parade Tomorrow will be the Elks day The performance will begin with the grand street parade which startsat 11 oclock Abojii OElks willrnarchj headed by tIle Richmond Military Band It will be a sight worth seeing and if you miss it you wilUalwaysre gret it The minstrels will be tomorrow night Everybody is going Now is the time to take ad vantage of Willgings mid winter cut prices oil wall paper Window shades of every dis cription Christmas t and New Year Holiday Rales During the holidays the Louisville Atlantic B II will sell tickets to all points South of the Ohio and East of the Mississippi rivers at reduced rates Special dates of sale and limits for stu dents of schools and colleges Call on nearest agent for purticulas 0 M Huowxixa General Manager Willging always has bar gains to offer See his line of picture frames pictures and framing material large and complete at satisfactory prices Too many inends spoil a bank account A Stunner lor the Holidays SoIL gum drops 5 Cents a pound French mixed candy cents a pound Pure strick candy 7 cents a pound Full cream lIon BonlO cents a lb Finest chocolate creams 121 eta a lb New mixed nuts 14 cents a pound Until further notice wo offer 20 Ibs of best granulated sugar for or one pound for 5 cents THE LAXGDOXCRKASY Co 18Jatf Richmond Ky Any butcher can break several ribs without hurting himself in the least Let Us Lnow Your Wants Candy from 5 cents a pound up Oranges 20 cents a dozen up Nuts 13 cents a pound up Raisins 81 cents a fponni up Holiday presents and fire works We thank you in advance It JUETT GKOOEBY Co When youhear of Jove at first sight there is usually au helrless at one end ElkSContest The following is the second weeks standing of the vote for tIm most pop jular Ek in Madh oncounty i F G Grinstead 41M Mat Cohen 7 J 40 iBhIevls 23 Qyrna Douglas II J Stone Walker 14 A W Smith 11 4EW Collier 7 J A Sullivan 5 J A MereliOu 3 H It Collins Burton Farrls TBiolhin1 1 JACOBS JlAlILEK 4 RememBer you get 32 pounds ofbs ZARliG PATBiTrL UR to the bushel for good wheat 410 un O Great ureComforts FOR COLD DAYS The man who would dress qotn fortubly for cold weather will find in our stock every article needed from a ten cent pair of Ear Muffs to u twentyfive dollar Overcoat and always a posi tive guarantee of full value for every dollar left in our store Warm Winter Suits Moving out fast but still a big assortment for your seclection 1 Astonishing values in lleavyVintel Suits at S650 and V lany lore all wool and theirsuperiorcannot i Ii be priceAupSizestailor always ready to improve fit when neces ajsary t Cold Proof Overcoats possiblehigh turn up collars at 55 6 58 10 1250 and up Warm Felt Boots Overshoes Rubber Boots Heavy Winter Shoes Comfortable Socks Caps Gloves Mufflers Warm york Coats And everything else thats good and reliable in cold weather garments B Coviugtoii Buns Headtofoot Outfitters for Men or Boys IFire at the Mill j During the windstorm Friday a spark set fire to the roof of Myers Plan big Mill and for several few minutes a dangerous looking blaze was seen The Fire Department made short work of it and the damage was very slight Fortunately the spark caught on the northtsido of the building while the wind was blowing directly from the south and driving the fire away from the mill The explosion of alamp in the Hnrat residence at an early hour Monday morning caused an alarm of fire Very little damage was done A Successful Teacher The Valley View Argent says The public school taught by Mis Anna W Duncan At his place will be brought to t sa cessful close next Friday MUs Stint Wharton who has so ably insisted in thd primary department for tie past three months has won fur herself de eldest honors as a painstaking instruc tor The principal Miss Duncan is one among the best lady teachers in the county and the good work done along educational lines by ber is n worthy commendation for further services Makes Weak WoweD Strong I have taken your REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC I know it bestToIriceyer made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enough Mrs O D Picker lug Olney ilL For sate by B L Middletotf 5juuely No Maude dear the man who foots his bills as tile club doesnt necessarily have a club foot Stops tb9 Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Prite 25 cents The fellow who has to pay alimony ought to be glad he didnt live in the days of Solomon JI T Mclntrye St Paul linn who has been troubled with a disordere- d8tsmaehIsaysChlamberlalns Stomach KOOdthansale by Stockton Hagati lldeclin The man who worries abut his doubts doestxt understand the philosophy of living r7f4ThU signature Ii on every box of the genuine Laxative BranoQuinine Tablet the remedy tfctt owea a cold la eae day To make the best breadand cakes it takes the est flour Zaringts Patent is beyonda doubt the best thats made Get a supply be fore Christmas TO OUHE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it signatureisMost married women feel that they would like to organize a society for the improvement of men Dr Whites Electric CsnTja Their merit Is beyond question See our agent or call at state office In the Collins building Mm ORRA C HART State A ent- 27Ceblyr A womans complection is sometimes as thick as two thieves Month Alter Month a cold clings to you Tile cough seems to tear holes in the delicate tissues of the throat ami lungs You lose weight and you wonder if you are threatened with a disease you scarcely dare to name Are you aware that even a stubborn and loneneglected cold h cured with Allens Lung Balsam Do coughlugSome fellows who wouldnt sell their votes cae be persuaded to hire them out Take rare of the pennies and the themselvesJxirge of small things If we take care of the small things we are in effect akincare of the largo things which the small things combine to make youeatach will take care of itself But who ThatIsstomlehWhenso effective in undoing tha results of past carelesness as Dr Pierces Gold strengthensthe comfitionindigestiontremities and n score of other ailments ortiergans To much pie is apt to make a dyspep tic crusty Fulls a Deadly Attack physiciansM M Austin of Winchester Ind DrKtnjZSs troublesCureat Perry Thomas dnig store 4decla The rain may fall alike on tho Just and unjust but Spanish jvar bounties do not When Your Joints are S ifl and yonr muscles sore from cold or rheumatism when vou slip and sprain a joint strain your side or bruio your self Painkiller will take out tie soreness and fix you right iii a pity Al ways have it with yonand use it freely Avoid substitutes there is hut oue Painkiller Peiry Davis Price 25C and 50c When a man is dropped for non pay went of dues ho is generally broke Tetter SatRheasi aad Eczema The intense Hebiag aad smarting met ie8tantlyallayedbySkin t Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching puee and a favorite Tenwdy for sore nipples chapped band chilblains frost biiee md cittonic sore eyes 36 cte per bozo Dr Cad7s CMI UMI PwEen are just whah hone ueoto whwi fa bad condition ToOle blood pmtfcr aid beetIOM a horse in prime aonditton Pmio IIjenta I- tii p cks TT1 if lJJ Q tlCI cCI jlJJ Luc CI LJj THE1Ik OF All the Eastern and Vestern cities in cluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at THE DUST D LILL CASH STD8 And every preparation is being made for a great Fall BusinessI virlrlE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans illII fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL s GOODS Thenew 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 that competition will be lost sight of We Buy for Cash I We Sell for Cash I countyAnyonethedoingthis city and it shall be our aim this fall to fight high prices and old time ways of doing busi ness with the tenacity of bloodhounds and give to our customers and friends a harvest of Rich BARGAINS that will be long remembered Dress 6oods Silks and Trimmings We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain weightstuffgoods from us as low as I4c per on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pck TaffetaSilksstylish if the trimmings are old style See our line and get the proper 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 uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause Will not permit us to quote prices on goods in our 0DR S A Domestic Department Suffice it to J naming prices in this Department but beat any prices you will have quoted you else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic Department will be found herejNothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up SHOESever before have wo able to offer such Our buyers BOOTShaue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks in buying shoes Lot after lot were picked out by our shrewd buyei s and cold cash planked down for them until we had all and more too than our store could hold Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it Will cost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our roods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufaturers are represented in our stock of Shoes We are showing Ladies Heavy Course and Fine Shoes Mens Work Shoes Mens Medium and Fine Shoes Boys and Mens Course end Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go at prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where Ve knock em out Competition is found to take a backseat when they justlikeoffers for stack upon stack of clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at our own price You get it for just about onehalf what it would cost you in regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Odd Vests Odd Coats and everything to be had in a first class clothing house are being shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from 55 to SS50 and 1250 are worth double the price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them Jaebts Capes aui Mormfc Skills This is our banner department We are showing all the new styles in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42 inch Jackets lire all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the lending colors this season Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several eastern sample lots of now uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell fine Cloaksand upto date garments at about halt price until these lute are cleaned uii Get iu line and follow the crowd to the Busy Ben Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can get a fit We are showing some elegant things in Skirts for ladles The Pedestrian Skirt iu the new skirt for this season We have a beautiful line of them in all the new coloring Call and see them and save paying high prices for upto date Tailormade Skirts purWthe pretty new thliigand wondering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments e are headquarters for these goods We are ole agents for m Yea Sa ovsk And have just received a large shipment of them in all the new styles Try an American Lady Corset and you will want no other OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full f the very best things in IloysOurotherstoreswaistinourJIFiinil up to date and our prices In ilosiery will Lej selectedand Mens Sox are the tolksofthetown Call and see them GoodsShiirtaivillgthemNhln It Rains ou Zt ut Your Bowl We carrv everything you want in small wares No Notion1epartmnent iuJtwelryU Blankets and ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters Never was such values offered as attheand Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run qualityYouPillowCases youLtdebtsYourOUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered invitationtocallandsee t W 11 OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TEfcL OTHERS tF NOT TELL m ao n T i 1 w 1 1 o II toii11 t1itic RallroQ1 DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND For U1hJiTlJleaN4 Cincinnati For Irvine VVVVVV U la1D- For Millers Creek 30 pm TttUNS ARRIVE nilHMON Prom LoutavillA Lexington aus Ism fii2CpniFromFrom Millers Creek SIO ara O M BROWNING Oin Mgr n Go to D P ARMERS for the largest stock and lowest prices in Jewelry Line octiniw 2 f1OR5 LIVES ARE SAVES MBV USIKQ Or Kings New Discaveiy yon Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Boraedies Combined This wonderful meJicine positively cirfes Consumption Coughs Colds HayFevarPlouri5ySore Thctt Croup Whooping Caugh 3 CURE WO PAY rrfoo BCe fi U Trial Sottlo Free T BEST tieo Jas It tlwi J yourjellyfashioned way thorn by 1Iubeolutely rare way a thin coatlncof Pure Reflncd TaraUlno lias no taste or odor Is air and c1d proof EaiIY In a dozen about Foil directions each cake Bold everywhere Made STANDARD ce GOAL QOAL OAL2 We have just opened a NEW COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue are prepared to furnish the best at the the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has uo on the market Prompt weight Give us a call B ti11 JACK FREEMAN Mgr lPbone 2 z = = Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa P R R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers Yards been anu rearranged iillho nearest to the Eastern market Ihs distributing of the Mifsissippi for Baltimore Wsshing- Thiladelphia York and nit Eastern markets Good buyers always for export cattle and other kinds of toek- consgntutntti for Commission firms given prompt attention Private Horse Sales Every Week Day a Simon ODonnell GenL Mgr 0 tIe oif1iioi MI Inv tm nt DJ OF LEXINGTON KY The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead Tha Company is nearly S years old and has a greeter premium income to the business in force than any Life Insurance Company 562000AmountAnyone desiriiiK an investment yielding large returns during Company oBera advantages 7L SMITH BOWMJNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky TrensIItJ J Tin Jeer on Humify Stnfy Cj fIt1JtThe because it gwill make you the Most IVIoney W W W M 11 the new k ri way the otherI by OIL It in all life thi I 4 It is BEST because j1 is no ratio 3 for J business on our It req jires to an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company 01 d vlrtnaflyGround d itAtrial will prove the ot an Investment In The rNOME OFIC1No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY J n The Mutual Life Insurance Co OF KENTUCKY Home Fifth Market Streets Louisville Kentucky 0 ORGANIZED 1866 I Geo W Mprris President Joseph DirDavidThirtyFifth SemiAnnual Statement June 30 J901 Admitted Assets 3029475 01 Surplus 200015 01 DIRECTORS Sforrm President lute VicuPre ll0iit tuyIphBteaduiHii Medical Director IJoone Actuary AtIorneyJiilin MBnrford CapitHliit J1itrTetC1pitalistAllon WC Priest Reni EBtatoJ theold quick tight Ueful and Coal lowest price We handle equal service full o1 octI612w have enlarged point point East New attendance pccul there high Books t LESS money com plete wisdom Jefferson Office and IN Pettus Treas v FirstNationalAttila Cox President Colombia FI 3oJohn Trust Safety Vnult Co SI MarbleWorksfirms V Kdtnonds Treas Louisville f Tin Stovc Co i J J C cJrcffseuttg LAND STOCK AND CROP At Winchester Robert S Scobee trIfurUOOOA 32 mares recentlyb by Uentry Bros of IntonrIfought all night and 18 were fonnd dead while the others were horribly bruised Mr Johnsons loss is cfctinn 3000I dFrautisinsou of Winchester an 8 mouths old Shoi thorn bull calf for breeder hr 200 H V Thonpson sold 17 cattle ai 4c and a Coir of fihoata at 4 jc G C Thompson sold 55 cattle at 53e and SO hogsit 51 cents Francis Hall sold to Win Wirfleld of Lexington Short horn yearling mill calves nt an averd ace of about for a Mr Morgan it Mexico Keutuckian Citizen tIHogaggregates 1202000 head against 018000 last year an increase this yea of 184000 head elIneels of corn at sa in the field Joel Pig sold 50 barrels at 250iCicero Reynolds has sold lila farm of about 150 acrts near McKInney to a Lexington man at 4T5oBGus Mncy will resign as mayor ofa Versailles in order to movo to Lexing ton and open a training stable C A Robinson of GarrArd Fold to Straus i Stern 110 CSCpounds slop cat tie at 3 to 3 40 and to Manning Bros of Clark a bunch of 1100 pounders at 4c The manager of Swifts racking House in Kansas City lois hall Ihe stomachs of the animals killed examin ed to see what proportion wore being fed on wheat Ho found that 75 percent of tho hogs entile ami sheep wero fed wholly on wheat and 90 per clint of the poultry This shows where winter wheat is going instead of being marketed Great OrganizatioasMr G J Williams deputy National Organizer of the Retail Grocers Asso elation who was hero recently to organ ize a local association has completed his work In this State and has gone to Arkansas After that Stato has been thoroughly organized ho will go to Alabama Before leaving Kentucky he said Kentucky made the twenty eighth State that has fallen in line and we hope to make the number thirty with Arkansas and Alabama before the national convention at Milwaukee January 27 to 29 1802 There arc now about 75000 members of the national organization nUll when we get through with the United States and then make the scheme international it will be the strongest in the world Mr Williams is very popular among tins grocers He was born in Missouri reared in Michigan and now lives III Illinois Appropriation for Government Butldirg lIon G G Gilbert has added sexual bills to the deluge which have been introduced elnio Congrets convened One of the most important of ins bills and probably the one which will be acted upon first is fur an appropriation to complete and furnish the courtroom in the Richmond Custum House The needs are urgent and every pressure should be brought to bear to that the Federal Court will not be so hampered 4as it was during the lest term ISiUs were also introduced providing for Federal buildings nt Lawreuceburg Lebanon Elizabethtown and nards town Mr Gilbert asks for 50000 for the survey and purchase of the Perryville battlefield for a National military park and Mr Boreing wants 150000 apptopiatlon for a public build ing at London TIre Philadelphia Ledger a very reo Jliable newspaper claims to have it straight that the court of inquiry will never vote to censure Admiral Sehley 4so be it But whatever return on the WICO the court may make the verdictI tilt American people who have read and considered the evidence will never ofiBrooklyn assisted by the Oregon was the greatest naval feat of modern tunes and the piges of history describing this thrilling episode can not be marred by any court of inquiry or dimmed by time Pad u cah New Delllocrnt Tuesday evening as the family were at supper a mjbit jumped into the dining room wiudowat Mr DlI Luck eys landing squarely in the center ol tile table someone gave chase and tire frightened animal jumped on Mr Laekeyu head striking a spot where tire hair was excedingly scarce The little animal claimed first blood rind made its escape Central Record IT will bo worth the pike of adiris sion alono to see Rodrs Shackelford play Interlocutor at the minstiels Youll regret it all your life if you dont see him The report of tho controller of the State of Tennessee shows that during the fiscah ear nearly 000000 in State bonds were taken up and canceled liT SCARES PEOPLE 3IbeIpainfuLfact beyond dis proof that con sumption is not and cannot be inherited The mi crobe which breeds disease must abso ellIbycan be devel Ilion Men and women who have been af flicted with Obsti nate coughs bron ofthecuredbycouthneaJswith solid flesh mtdlcinescigl1leenbroken down rrites Mrs Cora L Sunderlanit of Chaneyville Calved Co Md At limes I wlthontpainssaid IAattluttf trouble arid that Iwoutd never la 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