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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1s 4 w l ITHE t RICHMOND CLIMAXf i t h ILUME3 L I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25 1901 NUMBER 81 i PROFESSIONAL CARPS A3 j MILLER ATrOItIIYAtLAw rtru1nxoUE4TUoy Ballilfnif uext door toniizaioe 3tionak fcb31y 3 LLtV 1 Trpn ATr eH O D KENTUCKY VIrSMte Rank i Trust Co opt t inrt l nie on Main street Ii iJ MOtLNAULT- 4TTJflXEI84T LAW KENTUCKY IM1I e i Second street over Chen ffi niiy R LETCHER toniyat Law KBSTUCK- Yivo viv over Tnylor Pro Store KSON ROBERTS TroRVRYSAND tUNELLURS AT LAW i rMirtfD KENTUCKY r vr Thiirn n o oed eotpan11L pTT3 sjinsox GIBSON- i il TlVV AVIt SURGEOS fILNTUCK t e bftldIb II ur 00 Sec veoId dr tore 27 U I10OK1U rlNIRY CWlWX iilt hillfno rtieri iary Lofott pnti4ry anJ Sterility a Steelalty t ttnble Oil cornir FIt ant- ts Klehinond Ky pr7ly C JASPER M D Ikine ttii1 Surry i Tratlier Huildina Main Street- e rewleaee the Ujrr place on jjrIay- t KKSTUCKY KVASi M p IllVSXIAX AND SukOKON IIO KitH rUCK DSITTAL SUBQSET J tXrt tt t n50 rI T 01 LuisviLLc titit doM to O v rnnient BulIdiuR r y Gate hoara 9 to 121 to DR 1NIHfNl- Iotel Glyndon- YliifHilny Jnnuarv 15 1902 lif Goods Our prices a you to trade rth- cfl m you give us a trial IB LJ BrJ1 ijIn1iimi3 lJIJm Lilies cannot be decei ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All WI have to say is we buy in tie best markets of he world select the la t vit goods aud when you bjy you know you have tv latest uptodate goods Is that what you w mt If so trade with nit PAVD Gibso I am agent for the Page Wire Fence tJfi And will Fell any amount wanted Keep car loads hand at all tli ex Mao pare bred Durock Jersey hogs for tale J TCOY- Ejrkavllle Ky r t1nh e s C n ci a C TJ iJ VJ g ec A V n e tJ m m Ill g m Erv Jtoc rr ftUI JJ edr oetcJEWELRY flio Inrgfb Ktuk in rcntral KentuuV will be foil ad at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and t+ Swiss Watches alsot+ Diamond Setting and fine t Jewelry Work done by 4+ Expert Workmen I also miiko a specialty of MEDALS ErC1tulnll5hIIill Have you Seen 0Hrtimes My Motto is RBLIABTK GOODS AlIFAIR DEALINGS Victor Bogaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KZ 13cbly ftl3 HI jfjID Successor to J W Aibill tiry3an h1 taDltI IRVINE ST NEAR MBTHODIST CHUBCH Will be glad to have all my oldcustomers calland see me Rates reasonable RICHMOND m h2711 KENTUCKY Beauties For All We have the bet flowers that can he produced Our Floral Decorations are beauties We poea and rnctlce the lieressa ry KNOW now mar ranKiug liici order recelrtw Out personal ai kntkyi BELL The Florist LEXINGTON KY HENRY L PERRY Agt Dilis Flowers go Everywhere We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in Wmll PcfllfPJcBJ1 for Summer and FaIl trad- eComprising many itfloralour 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 I THOMAS WALL PAPER CO W L LEEDS Paioteraud CecoratorI- TjanU PHONE 75 n Be2Y s Birf Iis wry mush like the blossom I ingof flower It beauty and I perfection depends entirely Iupon care upon I its parent Expectant mothers I should have care I The houJd be spared all worry It and anxiety They eat U plenty of good nourishing food scntle exer i5eThis will go a long way toward presery- ing their nealth and their beauty as well as thst of the IHtle one to come But to be absolutely sure of a short and n1esslabor they should use lIIothers- FriendIr8jtU1afI Orlag tbe ot talIalm6lltrwkiclt- fe h a bS a1led utemally It- atreisgtket1Vfg0rt0tT10 mu5Ce aad veate of Free saacyWUCII Women used to th1s- wer ueceierV Xthrs FnIlJ ic4 ii 110 r oevr1 at ue Inag 4 1 botJ f RIflEthRtGULAT CS ATtA iTA Wrfts ft bshsskJurbt I i J C f THE WORD GUERRILLA The Term In of NiunUb Origin Which Gut Into HiiKllkli Aoul a tcnlnry Ago Tlie vvonl jjiiorrlllu is of Spanish origin tin diminutive of guerra war iirnl uiciins petty wnrthat is wur curried oiibydetanhci parties says the IomTon Iall Mali Katttc HnglishlaUIIRt1809 when it Will useil by Sir Arthur Wcllrsley aftrrwanl the iluUc of Vel ngton lImn rel oinnirndpil the junta he says in one of his reports 111Madrillhold of the wfntl You may find it in Don llodtrick Tli guerrilla bond Clime like a Icinprrt und avenged the land n And III 1814 Simtliry was Unincwhit afraid tif jiiy old jtivrrilla frUndV iiiirrilht hnd then acquired itssec ondary Kignilicatioii In its primary sense it was used as the equivalent of the Latin vclites the light troops of the skirmishing Hue ofn regular nrmy O A Snla wrote ffiiirril lesquo in iKfi4 anl thCnaily IVle jjniph irintcd it on April S2 nut wliat is one to say of Thackeray Irish Skrtuhbook 1843 The word gets a twist thvro with a vrngeance wheu a dirty 1Iay doubtful fatuity rnjninrr ill suiiiuurtt Up as ajuorrila nol iiiaiif v ROAD THAT HAS NO CURVES For I rlyKlvr Silica Hi Klinrtoiiiu ltnlluy In linllu Hun lit H llffl lllltf The Khartoum line leaves Wad n ilfh and Kts In a Siyhwrsterly direction through the Nubian diMrt to Aim llanifd nldih is 330 miles from Wiidi Haifa aysthc St lamrslitdet The uhole of thispart ofthe tpuntiry is a list sandy desert occiisionutly a few hills are seen but seldom exceed 300 feet In height and niost of them are only frrni SO to 100 feet above the surrounding country Some idea of the extraordinary flatness of the country says Knginreritijr may be gathered from the fact that it was possible In lay a piece of line 45 miles long without a single curve in it and without any cuttings or embankments worthy of the name It very rarely rains at all in this part of the dfsort nnd when it dues very little seems to fall at a time There are no streams or surface watrr of any sort ltif was found in two pirnex between Wadi Haifa and Abu named by sinking wells one place1 wa7iiuUfioma- iH IlaIfuiuit the other was 120 miles from Haifa Water was found at the former place ata depth of 72 feet anti at the latter place at a depth of OS feet SrjraIoilier places have been tried hut so far no water has been found WILL NOT INSURE CUBANS They MtiMt I earn to Ilvr llUr Amcrl cauM Before They Cnu lie i5lIgIhi A Cuban who applied for insurance from a local company the other day al most wept when told by the examining physician that he could not Insure him but that he should call again in about two years The agents had as sured the Cuban that he would be a firstclass risk In despair he went to New York nnd confided his worn lo an old friend who is the head of the linn for which he Is the Philadelphia representative says the Thtof that city The friend said Since the Spanish war when so manyyoung men from Cuba and Porto Rico have come lucre to engage in trade I have seen scores of cases like yours You are lulling yourself by insisting on living in Philadelphia as you did in Havana Persons who come to the United States to Jive no maN ter from what part of the world iriust make certain concessions to elimale You drink as much black coffee nUll li1didyou if you keep It up Your insurance man probably thought you were eon sumptive Stop living like n Cuban in aSIImenan insurance policy inJess than two years HAVE TO BE ON TIME SVhr Snl nrlinnllm Are So Inrtlcnlnr About the Accuracy ot Their Watches Before I became a suburbanite said a man who recently moved out of town according to the Philadelphia Record I used to note with consid erable amusement the crowds of peo pIe who every day would compare their watches with the official timepiece to be found in front of several Chestnut street jewelry stores 7 used fo re gird them a cranks when they would say to each other Right on the dot or draw long faces over a difference of a fraction ofa minute For my part I was satisfied if my watch kept de cently good time and never bothered ruy head overa matter of five win utes or so out of the way r have siiKe discovered that the people I used to think were cranks are suburbanites with trains to think about It hasnt taken roe long to discover the importance ofhaving- a watch exactly right and after bar ing missed several trains I myself have joined the crowds around tbe places where the official time is kept A Queen Wpr Queen Wilhelminas husband 1501 ing accused of treating her cruelly and the Chicago RecordHerald thinks he probably takes a mean delight in telling her when others are around that she wouldnt give him a chance toget away Cnurhs tImid Colds Cbildren Recommendation ol a Well Known Chicago Physician I use antI prescribe Chamberlains Cough Ileniedv for almost all obstinate constrict eil toughs jvlth ditect results prescribe it to children of all ages tnt glad to tecuinnioiul it to flU In need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions It U nonnarcotic amid cabin the hands of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for nil InlinhafMrIlMlry U ilelendy M D Ph D Chicago 111 This remedy Is for sale by Stock ton k Hagan lldeclm Thomnn who has nothinelo Loast ol but his illustrious ancestors id like a- potatothe only good beloiiglng tll them Is under the gtound DO YOU WANT To e11 your REAl ESTATE THIBEt or COAl STOK OF GOODS D9 YOU W tT to ImroreietuiBfte aey kind ot properfy Writ7Deith all- the cul 1 may to b lpYODAdllr JM1T Lock Box Charleston W YtI- SJe ly FURNISHING SOUVENIRSI Large Hem ot E liut TheJ Are Sat VVIlllnclj Given Hhtels lad that the furnishing of souvenirs to their patrons is a very largcy item of oxpense and in case of the larger houses sometimes runs into thousands of dollars a year These souvenirs consist principally of silver forks spoons saltcellars and such articles of table furniture ns are readily carried away without attracting attention says the New York Herald The proprietors do not intend to furnish these things to enable their patrons to roiall pleasant memories of hospitality but they do furnish them just the same The large hotels of the metropolis are fereat sufferers nUll are continu ally buying expensive tableware to Jlceplip the supply of souvenirs These things arc not always taken without the net being observed hut It is not often policy to call attention to the patrons penchant for relics or his visit If he is spoken to It is usually in the privacy of the mana gers oflioe VanAmerican exposition story is told that illustrates this habit lout the same story has come from other cities of great fairs Two pupils were telling their teacher of pres ents their parents hut brought from ItufTaloIapa brought me a nice silver cup said one My nanfo was on it andit said Mor a good boy My mamma brought men silver spoon said the other boy and on it it said Mroquois Hotel THE AMERICAN FARMER Thlrllr Cn1l Him n header An Olmcrrr it 1iilltlrlnii unit n Ioirrr When farming was conducted on a small scale limited to the mere effi ciency of the farmer and his sons its interests were narrow and its dreum stances iiipin writes Frank M Todd in Ainslces its rewards were so meager that the hired hand was often better off at the years end than tho man who owned the land took the chances and worried away his dl gestion over the mortgage The gen crusts mnocls of stature were examples too expensive to be Imitated and close listed parsimony was exalted as the chief of the virtues Today that is changed over a large area of the country On the great bonanza farms of the west a man with 10000 acres under his care and hun dreds of men in his employ is a figure of importance His intimate concern with the worlds affairs makes him a render an observer often a politician and a power Even 10000 acres is too small for him to confine himself to Ills great business demands that he travel He must go to Duluth to Min neapolis to Chicago to Buffalo and to New York A small mistake a failure to sell at the right time or to discard an old machine and adopt a new one may cost him thousands He is working his brain as hard as he can and calling on his faculties for all they will do lie is bringing himself and his business more and more into touch with the modern spirit and through combination with his neigh hors is making agriculture more and more a power in the land ALL HE NEEDED WAS TIME Ilnllrnnil Omdnl Got Rvrn In n Came of Taker Iiy Prulongliii A Journey Some years ago a man now way up in railroad circles lucid a position with time Central branch road just big enough to enable him to take a trip over the line now and then in a special laT says the Kansas City Journal He was somewhat of a poker player and occasionally would invite some of his friends who knew time game to take a trip over the line with him On one of the return trips his friends were getting Into him in good shape Ife was 100 or 500 loser Tho train was within 17 miles of Atchison and he knew there was no show for him to pull out even in the time it would take to run in So he excused himself and went to the baggage car and pulled the air The train came to a stop Ire talked with the engineer for a few minutes Then he went back and resumed playing The train didnt move The friends asked him what was the mat ter lie said that the engine had slipped an eccentric and he lund tele graphed to Atchison for another en gine In a couple of hours through some plucky plays the railroad man got even with the game Then he stepped to the platform of the car and yelled to time engineer Run like hI into town Im even with the game Doot and PronperUjr Some years ago I was talking with one of our leading manufacturers and himself a very acute man He told me that long experience had shown him that the sate of boots is a sure barometer of the prosperity of the country so far as the working classes were concerned says London peoIones have worn out if the reverse they do not but make shift without new purchases And he instanced Ireland where he had a large trade output as an instance of this When therefore I hear that the boot busi ness is not flourishing I know what that means Although it cannot be said to be absolutely bad yet there is homejresources the wageearning class Saved at Graves Brink Ulltnow I would long ago tiara been In inv grave writes Mrs S H New sam of Decatur Ala if it bad not been for Electric Bitters For three years I Buffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Wttterbratfh DntIIly and have gained 85 or Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach rUer and Kidney troubles Electric Hitters area positive guaranteed cute Only 50c at Perry Thomas drugstore 4Uec 1m Reality Is only skin deep ana the same may be said of freckles Mans inhumanity to roan makes countless thousands mourn Hanna Rheumatisni Remedy Three dOFe8St or money re funded PleA8tlRttotike Puce il a bottle mail The Secretary to Mr JustieeBrerU 8 Supreme Coutrt avs fltfabottfo tf tfonna t1matlMD Rm dr eiird BM fntuck of rbeoraativui After three doMi of the rewpdy I WM free from 5n Fi J flDU fAttll rid by StreetI7 kr IENGLiSH WASPS re Xot Vlclonn and Ilarcly Stiutir Each Other When They Ilecomv Aggressive The common wasp as a rule keeps its sting for selfdefense says the Lou nSpectator It will bite a fly in two with its jaws if it gets in its way on a window pane but it docs not use its sting even when trying to job a beehive and tackled by the bees The latter will push a wasp away the or six times hustling it off the footboard without provoking it to sting nut a bee endeavors to sting the wasp it then grapples with it and stings back killing or benumb lug the inscet almost at once lint ish wnsps are fussy unit excitable but not vicious like many of till In dian wild bees However crowded or uncomfortable they may be they very rarely quarrel with or sting each other as for instance when a number are on the same window pane fretting and anxious to get out Only when the entrance to their nest is threatened do they become actively aggressive and them as a rule the attack is not begun till the person who excites their fear in terposes between them and the en trance to the nest A setter dog was noticed to turn anti bite itself whim pering with pain just as the party were sitting down to a shooting luncheon by the side of a wood in Yorkshire The tIng being tired had lain down on the holt of a wasps nest and lIve or six of the yellow insects were stinging itIt none but they did not touch tIme persons sit ting close iv WAR ON THE COYOTE Itnnctitnrit Klnil Tlint fJreylioiiuO Alnno Con tutu Ihe lrat- flowu The rnnchmrn of tIme west ho have stiffened serious hiss for many years from the depredations of the coyotes think they have discovered a means for their extermination Jreyhounds alone of nfl the dog creation are fleet of foot enough to run down the cow ardly little pests and at the same time brave enough to give them hattIe Ranchers throughout the country are pajing big prices for blooded dogs and the friendless coyote is on a run fijr his life For years the ranchers anti plainsmen have been skeptical of the stamina and fighting qualities of the greyhound in a finish fight with a coyote but that idea unjust to the bighearted dogs is now entirely eradicated Clinton K Yorden an enthusiastic greyhound man was the first to give the dogs fair trial antI his experience showed that greyhounds can run down and kill singly and collectively hun dreds of the marauders of the plains At close quarters tIme coyote has nor the ghost of a chance against the grey hound and when a pack of the dogs or a portion of them overhaul the quarry it is very quirk time to mince meat for the coyote Piok are now being trained on numerous ranches anti the sport and excitement of n coyote chase with greyhounds is adding new rest to life on the plains Incidentally the ranch ers are ridding themselves of disagreeable neighbors HAD A VALUABLE REPUTATION Paine n n Tier Stake n Newspaper Reporter Secure lit hits Pnnltlnn You have gained a great reputa tion as a liar said the editor to the reporter according to the New York SunYes sir T realize that but I cant help it My reputation is the product of a great memory Indeed Yes sir I remember everything I see or hear while my companions for get it The result is that they dispute my stories and the majority befog against me I am convicted of false hOOllGheme an example said the ed itorWell sir the proprietor of this pa hcnringIyour your position at the press club I men tioned this remark of the proprietors and attempted to prove what lie said by several of those who had heard it They had all forgotten it however and proved by a preponderance of testimony that I was a liar You were unfortunate said the editor But have a cigar and by the way I have a nice assignment for you today Thank you sir A Fait Locomotive Batavia has been trying the American locomotive and likes it allcx cept its unearthly screech Our en gines are somewhat vociferous but they need to be in order to give fair warning of their swift approach It was an American engineer who told of the exploit of a locomotive of which he once had charge that it ran so fast that it reached the station aheadof the sound of its whistle Which came along a second or two after the train had stoppedTroy Times Americans In SterIle William Eo Curtis writes from Ber lin that there is a wrong impression in regard to the size of the American colony in the German capital and he says the colony is not nearly so large as everyone here thinks It has been listed as having 2000 but Curtis says the Americans in Berlin took a census of their countrymen themselves and found just 500 There is many an American voting precinct that has that many Germans Chicago Eec ordHerald SOMETHING NSTW They cur dandruff hair falling nead ache etc costs the sumac as un ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb Tho only patented Comb in tIle world People everywhere it has bten intro are wild with delight You simply comb your haireaeh daynnd the combdoes tim rest ThiR wonderful comb is unbreakable and Is made so that it Is absolutely impossible to break or cut the hair 1S01t01l a writ ten guarantee to gIve perfect satisfac tion n erery respect Send Mnmps jot one Ladles size 60c Gents size S5c everyheruon sight Agents are wild with success See wanted notice in t is paper Ad drew D N ROSE Gen Mgr Decatur IlliBOls 27feblyr Only loote want to keep what you are anxious to get rid of That U why the falrsex never keep secrets TkelrWe fH res Many oldtars in the J88 war wrote toM that for Seratebea BruiwwCutw Wounds COTM Sore Feetsnd Stiff JoiitU Btteklenp Ariea STB itttiH- Ibe5tJI1tbe wortd Sme for Boris Scalds BoeIII Dlceral tkin Eruptions and Pile cnrea pc DO pay Only 23c at Perry Tbomas drugstore iacloi i HUH 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 helpmust come from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help It breaks up sucha 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 on the wrapper of excry bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York soc and l all druggists A treaty has been signed between the United States and Nienraugun Salvador an l Costa Rica iiy wbieli NicaraiiKiiii agrees to lease a section of territory six miles wide which in cludes the Nicnraii unn canal to die United States perpetl1nl1yi llurrs rlipumilism or Catarrh Tlirangli the Mood Cost Xothlnirlo Try WouM yon like to gt rid of that chronic rheumatism or o1ft naive catarrh forevnr Thou take n bottle of Botanic Blood hahn which usa cured thous ands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctor and patent medicine treat qJcurestho polKiniK which causes Sue awful aches in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands haw Itilletiredlmearintcure ISitaiiic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for thirty years Composed of pure Botnniu Irug safe to take by old and young Druggists Trial treament free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trou ble and free medical advice riven until rured Dont give up hope but try II B B which makes the blood pure and rich suit builds tip the all run down tired body B U B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of perfect health 4 The Newport Board of Health or dered the city schools closed became of the prevalence of contagious diseases the Board of Education did not con curia the order and time police visited every school in the city and dispersed the pupils 1 lie Christmas Dinner In epite of time fact that the word dytprpxia means littcrally bail cook It will not isi fair for many to lay the blame OH the cook if they begin till Christmas Dinner with little appetite and end it vith distieas or nausea It may not lie fair for alI to do thatlet us hope so for the sake of the cook The liseaP dyspepsia indicates a lad stomach that i a weak stomach rather than a bad cook and form weak tom nets th re is nothing else equal to lloodi Sarnaparilia It gives the stoiimch vigor and tone curej dyspepsia cieater appetite and makes eating the pleas ure it should be lldeclm Collector Craft says his subordinates shall not be assessed for political pur poses Of course Craft is trying to ho very trood for a while It is some titan before election money will be needed Chamberlains Stomach and Lirer Tablrl Try them Whoti you feel dull alter eating AVheti yov have uio appetite When you have a bad taste in the mouth When your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you ftel bilious They will Improve your appetite cleanse anti invigorate lour stomach nnI regulate your liver anti bowels For sale by Stockton Hajian lldeclm There Is Holding so silly as the loot on a cunning mans face when he get caught in lila own trap A Million Voices Could hardly express the thanks of Homer halt ot Wet Point In Listen why A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had eon sumption but could not help hun When thought he was doomed hi began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writes com pletely cured me and saved my life I now weigh 27 pounds Itu ly guaranteed for Conulm Colds anr- lunlCtmublts Price 60s and SI Trial bottles free ht Ierry Thomas 4dec Im If you listen to the teaching ofHie tionu the first time It visits yon it may out have occasion to call again Health and Beauty A poor com exion is usmdlV the to suIt of a torlhllier or Irregular action t the nature relume w carried off it will surely cause im pure Mood Pimples boils and other eruptions follow This Is nature method of throwing oK the jmisonB which the b weiR failed to remove De Witts LiUl Early JUwjrs are world fftmtHiB let remedying this condition TheY stimulate the liver awl promote regular and healthy action ot the but w Yr cause Kripimr cramps ordletreaa tsIw pIk PBRRY THOMAS J Liks tbemIioV e it most dan prat wfon fceomen Uta in H- fExperienclYes us knowledge but it costa tie id- ealLIir y i Do You KnovI That Buggies and Carri agta are from 3 to J10 cheaper now than they ere a few GoodIIsllte money by buying nowand erRs CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Useful Presents WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA We are loaded from cellar to garret with Useful Holiday Presents AquaproofRobes from Alfred Benjamin Co Beautiful Overeats and Ulsters from Alfred Benjamin Beautiful Umbrellas and Canes Beautiful Gloves of all kinds FOWNES the BagsBeautiful line of SocksHandkerchiefs what useful We have the largest in tucky Beautiful Childrens Sweaters KcrItiful Mens Caps s LQJllB t GUS STRAUS LEADING TAILORS OPEN LEXINGTON KENTUCKY A TEXAS WONDER HALLS fillBVT IHSCUVEKY Quo small bottle of Halls Groat Dis covery elites till and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminalemnissiotistueutk and backs rheumatism and all irregularities ol time kidneys and mall itnd women rejrulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drnc eist will bt sent by mail on receipt of SI One small bottle is two inonllis treatment anti will cure any case above mentioned Dr IS W hull sole manu facturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for te timoniiln by all drus cists and Owen McKee Merchant Uiclimond KyUEAD Rfrlimmil Ky Feb 9 1501 Dr E St Louis loparSir I hun ned one lattlof the IVxas Wotmlr Malls Great Discovery for kidney Iud bladder trouble I weighed IfiO pouuilp when I be can using it today I weigh 170 pounds antiti Fool hotter than I have in twenty years xnd I cheerfully recommend it to the public Uespectfull- y4dfcly JOHN A KinniE A leaf liusjand and a blind wife make a happy couple A Special Offer To introduce it quickly every home the St Louis Mirror be sent to any address every week for tin months Including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stumps The Mirror edited ny William Marion fleetly con taunt the best independent polical arti cles stock and financial articles tins matic criticism book reviews stud gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by nil newsdealers Five cents a copy S2 per Write fur sample copiesTHE MIRROR 4septf St Louis Mo Knife wounds heal than those ciitived hv n caustic tongue STOPS PAIN Athena Term Jan 27 lOOt Ever olnee the first appearance of mr menses thnr irere irregular and I hIpsbIerpains During the past month I have been taking Wine of Cardnl and Thedforda BlackDraught and passed the month ly period without pain for the first time In years Hjniyot Dans What is lilt worh 103 woman suRer lag like Nannie softened Yet thero are women In thousands of homes leday who are besting those MMMlrtKil fslix In silence If you are Gee of we want to say thai tills sane WiNEorCARDUI will brfeg yell pefsiaiwK rKf CM soteyettrsellwltfc the wle4fe Hwl 1OCOOOOwem6n have hiss opffstyo- ised by WiRe of Card1 These M saHwed from tetwwrlwea irrejalw MnMl he badcaehe karisi lMwRpIM Ciethil will ttefall these achM sad pIIiM- IIr yen Pufdww a 100 kWe Of WlMIf twtlay aM hate It In tht HffMtty i yew Por w1IMt1IIII rJU x lose nothing In style and qnal ill of ill kinds will cost more another season prices of materials are golug up Ej Curig VI John Donelson Prop Think Presents CLAUS Co Silk our own importation lame Sold THIS Mali Into will year Davis tmrrible theie Wille bias What a beautiful Present one of those Dick Shryock Suits made to be J CLOTHIERS AND FINE MERCHANT GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC STORE EVERY NIGHT quicker HolidayS AA Here is tile making of a Happy Home And here is where your friends buy The whole family can in the enjoyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS Bring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year FramesVtnice line of And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE weS Oldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND aI3Mr KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines oft tPictures and Framing Material Kvprihown in Richmond nnd at prices that defy couipetitfiin Elegant Water Colors in Ideal Heads Landtcnpes Etc genuine Oil Pniiitinp VHinina Sepias Carbons and Platinums Largo assortment of new metal framfsi in UIHHS mid Ebony guaranteed not to tnrnitli A neat cabinet frame for loc A 10x20 portrait frame 4inch moulding complete forl I We usu genuine imported French picture glass Oar expert frame makers make frames while you wait Wo havent space to nnme our hundreds of genuine bnrgaius Your urn invited to call and inspect the largest and lowest priced line ever offered to the people of Richmond Madison and adjoining counties Cash prices bought them and GASH prices will sell them + +4+ + GEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street KY WHY NOT BUY BESTl For Rubber Stamps What Useful PRESENTS orderwould participate RICHMOND THE No 75 Standing Top Surrey Made of the best materialsrA nice light especially for one horse J We also make a full liRe cf aac1111arSend for Cal l gIl ircl PrieLi5I COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock Pa 25 flpt1m CALL AT ++ THIS oFFICE + + + The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT President A D MILLER MLnager JIOBTS OBOVE Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 25 1901 rUBLISHF CVEKV vnCDNRSUAT BY Th9 Climax Printing Co Incorporated TIlE question of the car shops hiLlS been hanging now for about three months The time has come when a decision will be made mid something must be done if the prize is won Its up to us and the events of the next few days will show whether the Rich mond people desire to have the business interests of the town advanced or whether the people of the town will sit down and let others take that what can be gotten witn a little effort The Louisville Atlantic Railroad has stated that the machine shops will be located here provided the city exempt the plant from taxa tion lay a water main and do nate the site The first two conditions have already been complied with All thatstands in the way is the land The railroad has chosen for the plant the lot lying on the south side of the railroad be tween Second and Third Streets The price of this lot is fixed at 3000 Then it is reduced to this that if 3000 can be raised in the city of Richmond the car shops will be brought here Will it be worth the money Itcertain- ly will bring much more than that in return The railroad will first erect buildings at tho cost of several thousand dollars furnishing work for orn mechanics When the simps are opened a number of UJ11 with families will be brought here who will need homes This will increase the demand for houses and mean money for those who have houses to rent These men will get good wages and all their money will be spent here and every line of busi ness represented in the town will reap the benefit And this will not be for a year or for two years but will go on as long as time lasts And then this move will eventually make this town the head of the railroad and if the road is ever finished through the mountains as it probably will some day be it will make this plant much larger At any cost it would prove a paying investment t the city And not only shall we but those who come after us will reap the benefit of our purchase Any town North of the river would jnmp at such an opportunity as we now have Lexington gave the land and 25 OOD in cash for the shops of the Lexington Eastern a shorter and less important questioniscan we afford to lose it L t8rowerCO LEXINGTON KY PostHolidayi Bargains You can pickup 4 somef wonderful values in our various departments at this time Evary Christmas article at a liberal discount te Wits or eD I elf B rower Col MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY MtU17 i F REAR ADMIRAL SCHLEY has filed his objections to the majority opinion of the Court of Inquiry with Secretary Long He asksthafc the find ings of the Court be not ap proved and that the opinion be committed to the Court again He asks further that his counsel be allowed to make oral argument to the Secretary against the protest which will be filed by Rear Admiral Sampsons attorneys against the clause in the dissenting opinion of Admiral Dewey It will be remembered that Admiral Dewey said that the glory of the Santiago sea battle belonged to Schley and the men under him PERSONAL Dr Blanton has been in town for several days Mrs Matt S Cohen was in Lexing ton Saturday Rev II G Turner spentseveral days lu Lexington last week Mrs W A Eisenhart left Saturday to visit relatives in Danville MrsRA McKee of Lexingtonis vitiling relatives in tho county Mr Mack Mooro of Danville is the guest of Wallace Yates this week Miss Dovie Letcher is at home from Mt Vernon to spend the holidays Miss Ida Park of Irvine was jn the city shoppintr several days last week Miss Etta Bacon of Georgetown College is the guest of Mrs W H Ryals Miss Sue Hume has returned from a two weeks visit to friends in Chicago Mr J B Andres of Centre College was the guest of friends here Saturday- Mr B F Spencer of the L A spent Saturday and Sunday in Louis viIeVMr Emmet Million of Centre Col lege is visiting his mother Mrs A T MillionMi3M Rule Chenault and Berthenia McCord are visiting friends in Nicho EdnaSchlegel has returned from n viait to Miss Lizzie Feeny in Lex In lou Prof and Mrs Edgar left yesterday to nj ond the holidays withrelatives in ParisDr Elliott P Smith of Louisville is the gusBt of Dr and Mrs A Wilkes Swill Dr and Mrs J V Logan are the guests of Mr and Mrs T S Burnam at Silver Creek Mr George W Pickels Jr returned last week from Chicago to spend the Christmas holidays Misses Letitia and Bess Crowo of Frankfort are visiting their mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Rev Walter E Furr of Pineville attended the meeting of Presbytery here last Wednesday- Mr and Mrs W R Letcher have re turned from a visit to Campbellsvillc and Niclielasvillo Miss Katie Blanton of Jacks is the guest of Mr and Mrs L R Blan ton luring tileholidays Mrs W S Montgomery of Lexington is the guest of her parents Col aud Mrs W R Letcher Mr J J Greenleof arrived Thursdav horn the University of Virginia to spend the holidays at home Mr and Mrs Jonah Wasere of Va gersville have been visiting relatives in this city for several days Messrs Edward Stockton and Wil liam Smith of Centre College came homo Wednesday to spend the holi days Mrs Will Thomas and children anti Mrs Joe Drinker of Denver Col were the guests of Mrs T D Chenault last week Miss Bessie McGinn returned to Ver sailes Friday after a pleasant visit to her sinter Mrs John R Pates on Jas Tribble Murray Smith and Tom Bates returned Friday from Washington and Leo University to spend Christmas Mrs Albert II Severance of Stan ford Ky and Mrs McKennon of Waco Texas are the guests of their father Dr M C Heath at the Glyndon Mr Milward Brown left Wednesday morning for Fainnont W Va where he has accepted a position in an undertaking establishment His family will remain hero until after tho holi daysMr Charles R Tudor of Shirley III has returned and is with his sister Mrs E C Wines lIe has been confined to his room since the tenth of September with inflamatory rheumatism but is now able to walk a little lost A pair of glasses Adolph Jordan maker on the case Return to this office 2odetf RELIGIOUS Rev Roth of Lexington will preach at Mt Pleasant church next Sunday at 11 oclock Elder WI Shearer will preach at Millers ichool house near Valley View the first Sunday in January at 11 oclock The young Mens Christian Associa tion met in the Christian church Sun day afternoon The meeting was addressed by Mr C JArmstrongi of Lex in ton and Rev Hugh McLellan of the Christian church This was the first meeting since the convention and was well attended The Transylvania Presbytery wet in the First Presbyterian Church Wed nesday for the purpose of installing Dr Dodge The installation services took place at seven oclock Rev Hervey McDowell preached tho ser mon after which Dr Barbour delivered the charge to the pastor and Rev W E Furr of Pineville delivered the charge to the people MATRIMONIALSEBASTIANAGEE tian of Garrard county and Miss Ella Agee of this city were married Thurs day JoiixsoxBoGiE Brank Johnson anti liss Hallle Bogie both of Berea were married by Squire D P Armer last week RICKAUDESTES Susie Estes a 15 year oLj girl of Mt Vernon was married in Cincinnati last week to Edgar nick rd Tuscarora Indian of NIagra Falls Richard was educated at the Carlisle School in Pennsylvania lie worked in a printing office at Jit Ver non sometime ago where he met Alias Estes TimNEKHUGiiKS Mr Bourbon Turner of Kirksville and Miss Mary Hughes of Cottonburg drove over to Danville last Wednesday and were married in the parlors of the Gilchcr House Rev E M Green officiating They were accompanied by S M Tur tier of Kirksville and Miss Sarah Jones of BarbourBvilto W ALL corDuncELLfr E B Wal lace and Mrs Mariah Durrell of Lex In ton were married at the Court View Hotel in Winchester last Sun day afternoon Rev B B Bailey olll ciatng Mr Wallace who is a broth formerIIulate him on this his second matri monial Vet turo- WIIITaMAIIOxEMiSS Fannie A Malone daughter of Mr W R Mahone and granddaughter of the late Judge John G Cole of Winchester and Mr It C White son of Mr J P White wore quietly married at the Grand Central Hotel in Cincinnati Tuesday Dec 17 1901 The ceremony was per formed by Rev Cayton W Ehlro je they were accompanied by Miss Em ilv C White sister of the groom aud Mr O W Phelps Miss Mahone is a handsome and unaccomplished young lady and loved by all who know her while the groom is one of Madisons best citizen and belongs to one of the best familys ii the Stale FLEMixGCHANnLun The Evening Post ot Tuesday contained the following which will interest many of our readers Miss Anita Fleming was married to Mr John H handler lst evening at C oclock at the tlilhlnndIPresbyterian church by the Hawes TIme bride wore her mothers wedding gown of white satin trimmed with point lace and tulle and she wore a tulle veil and carried bride roses Time bridesmaids Miss Annie Belle and Miss Elizabeth Hunt Chinn of Frankfort and Mies Mary and Miss Susan Fleming sisters of the bride wore gowns of white mousseliuo and carried shower bouquets of pink carna tions Mr Yen Norman was the best man The ushers were Mr Robert Gordon Mr Beverly Robertson Mr Henry Johnson and Mr Harris Flem lug The ribbon bearers were Miss Ruth Chandler and Master John Ad kins Little Miss Chandler wore a pretty gown of white organdie After the ceremonv there was a reception at the home of the brides parents Judge and Mrs W B Fleming 1357 New Broadway The house was die orated with holly and white chrysanthemums and the bridal table with white chrysanthemums and amil- axDEAT1IS ASUILL At the home of 11 Settle In this city Wednesday night Mrs Sarah Asbill with lung disease aged thirtyfour years Besides two children ser 1Ve her took place Friday in Berea IntermentI PEERV Gen W F the few remaining Brigadier Generals of the Confederate army died at his home in Green Wedlte Gen1Perryago when failing health forced him to relinquish the position he had held in Ogden College for many years During the war he commanded a bri DONT BE a Itching Skin Distress by day and nifht Thats the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheumand outward applications do not cure They cant VThe source of the trouble la in the blood make that pure and this scaling burning itching skin diseases will disappear I was taken with an Itching on my arms which proved very disagreeable J concluded It was salt rheum end bought c bottle of Hoods Sarsaparllla In two days after I began taking it I felt better and it was not long before I was cured Have never had any skin disease since Mas IDA Eo WARD Cove Point lid Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills rid tho blood of all impurities and cure all eruptions gade in Fields division of Lon streets corps aud participated in all limo battles fought by that great commander On tIme morning of Lees surrender at Appomattox Gen Perry was on the firing line He was a brave soldier and a splendid citizen and the news of his death will bring a feeling of sorrow to the hearts of his old comrades everywhere ToxEGen James C Stone died suddenly at his home iiiLeavenworth Kansas Wednesday aged seventy nine Gen Stone was for many years one ot the most distinguished citizens of the State being widely known as a banker and soldier He is said to have been in his young days the handsom est man in Kentucky Gin Stone was born in Richmond December 17 1S22 TIme day before his death was his seventyninth birthday He had the distinction of being time first gradu ate oj Bethany College This was in 1841 and the college was then presided over by Alexander Campbell the cel ebrated theologian He then prepared himself for the practice of law and two years later he was graduated from the Philadelphia Law College Immediately after his graduation he re turned to Madison county and was elected captain of a company of volun teers which served in Humphrey Mar shalls regiment in the Mexican war In 1848 he returned to Kentucky and shortly afterward married Miss Matil da Hanton of Winchester who was a sister of Jen Roger Hanson Instead of practicing law Capt Stone became a farmer in Madison county lie was successful and remained here for eight years He then spent two years in Richmond as a member of the firm of Walker Stone Co bankers In 185S ho moved to Leavenworth Kansas He entered the banking firm of Clark Co and remained a member of the firm for many ears TIme Governor of Kansas appointed him A member of the Peace Congress which met in Washiugtod the beginning of the Civil War He returned to Kansas when it became apparent that tho mission would bo fruitless and was appointed MnjorGeneral and Com mander of the Militia of Kansas He assisted in raising the first eight regi ments which left Kansas for the Civil War He lived with his son J C Stone Jr i prominent farmer and politician of Leavetiworth during tho latter part of his life his wifo and two sons J C StoiiO Jr and Cot Samuel II Stone President of thin Stone Tobacco Warehouse 1ompanysurviveCaptured Deputy Sheriff Colyer left Saturday for Nevada Mn to bring back Cash Graves who is wanted hero on three warrants charging horse stealing Graves left here about four years ago an4 has been at large ever since About four weeks ago Sheriff Colyer located him in Missouri and after communicating with the officers there had him arrested A requisition was obtained and It W Colyer will bring him back in a tew days It is considered one of the most successful cases that the Sheriff him ever hind Graves left the county immediately alter Mr Colyer went into office four years ago He has been followed alt over the county and several times before this the officers barely missed capturing him This makes the third fugitive that Mr Col yer has brought in during the past three months Heavy Weight Officials After the first of January when the newlyelected officers of this county go into office Jessamine can boast of five of its officials as to weight and height tbat no other county in the State cnn equal Judge W II Phillips weighs 203 pounds height C feet N R Dicker son County Clerk weighs 250 pounds heigh trG feet 3 inches Z T Chrisman Sheriff weighs 225 pounds height C feet 2 inches J G Scott Deputy Sheriff weighs 230 pounds height 6 feet 2 inches Anderson Jacobs Asses sor weights 225 pounds height C feet inch The average weight is about 231 pounds and the average height is ft 2 inches If there is no preventing providence the Journal wants to ex hibit these these officials at the St Louis Exposition in 1903 as the five heavyweight Democratic office holders of Kentucky and if oui County Attor nov J W Mitchell will be good well take him along as the feather weight Jessamine Journal Reuben Quinn Hanged Reuben QUinn the murderer of Po liceman John Grum paid the penalty for his crime at Danville Friday morning Like all of lila Tsindi he claimed he was going straight to Glory The execution was a successful one time negros neck being broken by the fall lie did not move after the drop but the body was not taken down for thirty minutes Officer Crum was killed by Quinn on the night of time 10 of April last Quinn was engaged in selling liquor and Crtirn went into his house to arrest him when Irvine shot hint and then escaped He was captured by a railroad man and sen tenced to hang within two week after the murder A Parents Best Gill to A Son Or Daughter Is a scholarship for a business course Shorthand and Typewriting or Telegraphy at the famous ani responsible Commercial College of Kentucky Uni versity Lieut Gov Tillnian of S C in an address says it is tho cheap est and best Business College in Amer ica Nearly 2000 Bankers Merchants Officials Bookkeepers etc located in Kentucky are its graduates Four liv lug Governors of Kentucky recom mend its course Its special Business Course for clerks teachers farmer bojs and others cost about 65 including tuition books and board Students can begin at any time Wait now for particulars by address lug its president Wilbur It Smith Lexington Ky The Banner Lodge A special to the Evening Post from Harrodsburg says Montgomery Lodge of Odd Fellows this city has a recoFQ that is probably unequaled by any organization in the world It was organized in 1844 and in all the years that have since JIassed has never missed holding its regular weekly meeting On the night of the battle of Perryville October 8 J8C2 when darkness brought to a stop the most terrible carnage recorded in history considering the number of men engaged and duration of battle and the wounded and lying were being brought to this plane it was regular meeting night and a quorum was gathered and held a brief meeting Again during the war when the tramp of the hostile armies resounded around tho city it did not Prevent a regular meeting being held though no lamps were lighted on this occasion Later when the lodge room was destroyed fire and while time new temple was be lug erected in order to keep the record of regular meeting uubrokena quorum gathered each Friday night at Geflln gems jewely store and discussed the good of the order Letter Cincinnati Ohio Dec 19 1901 Editor Climax So many of my friends requested me to write them I find I am unable to do so at tire present time I hope the CLUIAX will grant inc the space to answer my friends thiough its eohu ns I came here for the purpose of being comPliea1lionseem just like a genuine case of con sumption but strange to say alter two weeks of rigid test and daily examinations and many tests made by an expert Bacteriologist for two weeks failed to find a trace of the deadly germ of consumption and I was very highly elated when my case was pronounced curable I am at the Christ Hospital There are about fifty patients here at present All time hospitals here are full and there is great need for more nurses Sometimes the nurses have been on duty from 16 to 22 hours but I have never heard one complain They are a noble pleasant kindhearted sot of girls that find more pleasure in doing something for Buffering mortals than all the gay pleasure of the world Some of them have left luxurious homes and come here to serve the Master Time stall of Physicians and Surgeons that Is in charge is simply as good as there is any where and those who are seek jug relief will make no mistake In com ing here for any kind of medical or surgical aid I regret that I did not come here three years ago But I am glad to say that I have been greatly re lieved since I came here I have gained 6 pounds in weight I hope to be able to go into business by March 1 1902 Well I mustadmit that I was very blue when I first came but I was so lucky as to spend two nights with Mr and Mrs A B Wagers and the very pleasant and comfortable way in which I was entertained at their ele gant home on Terrace Avenue soon drove away my melanchblly feelings and I wish to extend to them my thanks for tim many kind ways in which I was so royally entertained- I will be glad at any time to see any of my Madison county friends and I hope tomorrows mail will bring me tne CmiTAX I think it will make me feel like I was 100 untIes nearer my College Hill home and family Wishing the CLIMAX and all my friends a happy Xmas and jolly good time in general I will now go way back and sit down Good bye till I come again Js II EDWARDS DECEIVEDitp I This warm weather will not last and you will need loots and Shoes for time change We have tho largest and most select line ot BOOTS SHOES HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now Is the time to make your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women price 300 loWheelssecoud to none We have them in all styles See our double deckers Bear In mind that we are headquarters for the Newest Thingsat all times in HATS NECKWEAlt COLLARS and CUFFS A full and complete tine of MENS UNDERWEARA largo assortment of Mens and Rove Gaps Dress Shirts Dress Gloves Work Shirts Work Gloves Suspenders Socks Handkerchiefs Macintoch and Slicker Coats Umbrellas Sole Leather Lamb Wool Soles Over Gaiters Shoe Polish Rubber Boots Rubber Shoes and Felt Coots You will find it a pleasure to trade where you can find what you santWE HAVE THEM V RICE ARNOLDI Centssl for Most Popular Elk We will give to the most popular Elk in Madison county a 4500 Tailor made BUit goods to be selected from samples In ourhouse We will Issue cou POOH at 5 cents each and said coupons willentitle the holder to one vote said yote being deposited In an iron ballot box tho Sheriff of the county holding the key until contest is settled which will be 30 days from date of opening sale of coupons A cominitte of tireo will be appointed to count the coupons amid the Elk receiving the highest number of votes will be declar ed time winner Coupons will be placed on sale Thursday December 5 1901 4declm JACOBS 4 MAHLER The Minstrels The Elks Minstrels last Thursday was one of the most successful enter tainments over given in this town The show began with the parade which took place at 11 oclock Although the mercury was hovering close around zero the Elks turned out in fill force and headed by the Richmond Band marched through the streets giving an exhibition to bepoud of Long before the appointed hour the old college chapel was filled it probably being the largest crowd assembled there since tIme first InterCollegiate Contest thir teen years ago As for the perform ance any attempt to describe it would fall very flat Every man was at his best and there was a roll of laughter from the beginning to the end Each man in the show contributed his part to its success and each one was loudly applauded In the specialities Messrs Buhr and Maycox of Cincinnati were well received and loudly applauded Mr Maycox little son a boy of five years was the greatest hit of the even ing He sang Pliny Every Dar key Has a Raglan On etc and was frequently recalled The show was repeated at the Opera House on Saint day night with as much enthusiasm as wasdisplayed on the first evening As a result of the erterprise the Elks have several hundred dollars which will probably be distributed among the various charity organizations of the city Messrs Fick and Bailey whose persistent drilling jnade the show the success it was are to be congratulated on the result of their efforts Where ever they go they will be held in great esteem by time local lodge of Rib and where they return to ourcity they will always receive a hearty welcome JOESA Woman B desire tot pretty things in gold and hw cosse to be pro Men have Mtae kanlnc abyreiiMi it Hera are wore ef feaeiee la jtold An- dIIi1VfGr very Uttlii MOMY The evary plate lu ret ja s4sI4traHt exOa1liwLE LANE We Treat You The whole Year IIcents each Fancy combination fleecelined Hoods closely I knit stitched all over with silk floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fascinators made of good quality wool 4in fancy at 25 and 49c each Ments Handkerchiefs I The best 5 cent Handkerchief ever pro duced staple borders of Bed and Blue also plain White at5c each The leader of the line Mens Softest Ished French Handkerchiefs Lawn one inch hemstitched herder printed tasteful polka dots and Fleurdelis patterns in two color effects at lOc Silky Japanette Cloth Handkerchefsone inch hem white initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at SIc makes found Eiderdown Flannelette apUqued Ladies MYs 5Te Oxford White made of signs size 70x73 1 Reverea that has just added the eachIextra fine soft finish 2ply nobby raised centers I A Drive in Genuine Marsailles QuiItse Cor Main First St e the and our rilver verbial they o border FUIl SWINE the Board of Agriculture from Belt show in 1899 of hundred million dollars Dr F IL oereral years of scientific expert tudr succeeded In looUtlngthe true dlsealea and prepared a Serum is manufactured the Co of Chicago Over 400 been ncctislully treated and Hosts treated with the better and command a higher market than those not treated guarantees that the injection of in well swine will absolutely by disease and in sick swine 65 per cent In case of failure for serum and syringe will be re farmer caa easily utmlaltttrih Order according to the number of treated vial sndent tor sIx hop 100 5350 OtVanx Chemical Van Bnren Street Chicago and with KY see the Greenhouses invited norZ7tf Admr and Hrs Pitts a ludgmeat and Order of Sale of Circuit Court rendered at the Term thereof 1901 In the above the will on D CCC mD r of It oclock a m at the in Richmond Madison proceed to expose to Public Sale bidder the following described OF waters of the South Fork of lyIng partly in Jackson and counties Ky on the Big Hill or containIng about Four hundred and bounded on the J O Simpson on the lands of A Z Hartlnc on the land on the by G W others Sale will be made on a credit of equally The will to approved psyment of the purchase and effect of Judgment the day of reamed upon said property until a paid S M Adw i Nolle of SaleBra Cr DORs Innity 0 Judgmeat lad of Nale of Circuit Court rendered at the thereof in the ahoythe will oa hour of n oclock a m on theRickniond Madison to Public Sale lathe klghul described propty AND LOT conUlDl3o e OQ tIte NtH by lot owl eK Bread rjWeno the lee sad t of a her p44 f4- V O z u your business safe For such as here are Will help you hold Fancy good weight turn over collar edged with white Angora fur lined throughout with cream colored one of time best values was now SOc Moth Cloaks in dark blue and red with large sailor collar in white silk braid at 115 and 50 1f o o 0 1f When in town pea When at home write us In either well Sue y au Mon y- 1f oJt ta 0 halt hemstitched Hemstitched leaf 25c size quality bleached yarn in hemmed at 49c each Spread been yarn hemmed at DOe remedy purchaser Sohiowiag colored high grade Quilts 4 extra weight floral center patterns surrounded bv groupings of flowers the handsomest offered money Price 4 special for to see SANTA CLAUSHEADQUARTERS Finest Candies Fruits Nuts Oysters Celery AND make children happy Come in get lowest prices the but DISEASES Com base only least Syringe YOUR HRI TMA ORDERS FOR Wreaths Ferns Plants Reichspfarr FLORIST RICHMOND Commissioners Sale JNotice undersigned t8ih 1901 hour door TRACT LAND t501Acrea with Recur force from E SCOTT MC COIllMISSiOllerS Sale undersigned Dec 3VO THI HOUSE RIdadIKy loowCaxtibeDdingsad fsIicSitoryaMDteriaBotHtj aUSbss gis TTr fiiveI Which andsound bargains ground always yourI Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks ever produced ease Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs superior Quilt 833 MHrsailIe IQuality the OWEN MCKEE EVERYTHING FOR Flowers Us An ingrediantsforAUo us a del we Groceries orIuptodalein nflKB As to the of goods and our endeavor to please we you to ourpatrons MILLER A good wife remembers a pH paid her husband as long as she lives No man or on earth really believes that the good die young A man seldom walks when straightened by circumstances ness Many a mans head is full of empti MostYoung Men ufe visions and dream dreams independentRO right along throwing away money which if put into life theyaretheThreeBond issued by +t+ + +I The Mutual ItI Of Kentucky i issoeItinvestment of Ruarnnfed and you dont to die lo get i iave at a part of your earn andDefinite J C BECK Jr1 Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky J Kennedy District Agent Sale J T Embrya Adrara PIBsagainst J P Embrya JNoticeBy of a Judgmeat and Order of Sale of theDecemberstyle cause the underaJgne4 on Tuesday Jan 1902 oclockpInaad3ocboc proceedtothe MtowiBc described property TI t Ptf7lIuerto111mhtuBoekoaaUeBook p to adVA teSetof Iud VkewH 55 OoIIrlalHlROCkORMI eonnty XyCOII 2jee oaueLNhla tIftMerferwl to bo adVsMd tile cete heve- ofrRMS8i will be dA orMft of l tealYOieeesdaapesus cS7iepss IE SCOTTtw Jf J l Handkerchiefs Sheer High Grade Lawn Handkerchiefs one inch border al 6c No 2134 one half iuth made 01 soft Lawn embroid ered all around in very tasteful patterns of white chain worlc flowers and patterns vail worth 15c at lOco Swiss with borders of lace flower designs at NoTelty Mufflers In popular roede of high grade KngUsh Serge 29x8 at Sic t 8 t new to line west money OC PUT Order west colors 12 size large ferns and for 2 99 Ask them I I give trial for will class we carry refer com ment woman erect them good result have least H virtue will 7 page ILo Swiss Ladles real Richmond Kentucky Ifjl CHISTMAS 1NaUpo Order ICall andsee our Christmas Candiesfruits Etc BROTHERS Commissioners jjVjiV t 0C NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons Indebted to Basil WV ingtou deceased will please cali settle same All persons having s against said Basil Washington wi sent Bame verified on fore January 20 1902 or they wi barred THOS It MILLiU- lldeclm Administrat A Demonstration Of Valuet It can be made clear to any one it our methods of Dental Treatment Are far in advance of many otif Each rape is roiiPidered carefully lid all work done skillfully ami accorJi6 to the most improved methods Our Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection hpelf Teeth made by us look natural fit perfectly and wrar eplendidly are made fn m the lest material in time world Rubber or Zvlonite 750 GocC ior 40 years DR HOBSON Dentist Riclmond Ky ginOffice open all night QlDlDi iQDCr s RCD tin L E Cunningham ic PlIffgNottcV f VBentnTJTKBY virtue of a Judgment and Order of E nt rti TeUatoffstyle cause the undersigned will on Monday December 30 J90J At the hour of H oclock a m in frdnt of Crt lions door in Richmond Ma coanty Ky proceed to to Public Re t bladerJteThe Real Estate BelonIn to J T EsUll assigned to credltort1lngiaMIIBcountyKy land will be see In Speed1f1Ipintract will lie emitted to cnltrtate that io ot saM tract HlTed tbe present year eltriaeeraer eMs ned also may cultivate corn grassSail pike istiBr of SS sore Tk9 rent r to baYs P- CWe3tivatethei sli MWM Iff corn or Iarerv4hytheCour1nbOthts4gaces t4ziieiisirwtn lle1Bade on a credit tin DrsiaUr 1Ha TtoKBterwIlI bo re aak4 10 ike bod wttta JoIcTlld leCGrI7 for thepaytf tM isat to hare tb M rmsJaaM with a LIen re d ad HM MDtmoner 1LIIIgft XaM 0 C tw r JR1 I r jau ji 0 ourIIandperbapsclose 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 1 If you want anything special in the way of JJII Fancy Groceries at Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP t EDEATIIERAIiECO he Richmond Climax iDAY DEC 25 1901 r A Wilkes Smith Dentist is w Iiated over J B Stouffers jt rr stirc 6feblf fresi nuts and candies call on Uos Trf works candies and oranges nt 1 in9 13dec2t t fail to see our display of cuts Perry Thomas lMec2t I s1aIL kinds T B Collins s Pr2t a laving corn for sale write r I inett 1 Co Silver Creek f dec48w Cooperage Company wants curds of white oak staves irg lots luiioSw S of Satan at Lexington t Itrp AVedneslny December n and night i iiiuii can sell you any kind ml Christmas goods for leji- i iiII any one t Thurman Grocery Co Ian a nile collection of Bibles Kiaaieits suitable fur a Xmas t trn Thomas lldec2t rur handsome display of China Wet U vood vases Perry lldec2t SIiIl1 standard goods for the i Try that some people sell slop fL t Thnrman Grocery Co b W Deatlinrnee advertises a 15tA of farming implements ir hay and live Stock at the liiiin farm nrxt Saturday Spur order with Juett Gro r r fJiIF nuts raisins flirs t iii lcs Mystttrti cfllnry and select i Tiy sell the best at reason PS It v want anything in the ft n line go to T B Collins 2t Iallllps made Uichniond the i t iii hiles skins furs old old upper old brass old s s ainl boots zftiK and all- iik stock there is on earth Ir people can pay good prices i an pay letter always the Any one will buy your stock vaicing market wo will buy i tiuiimo Call and get our HpfHHi fully Tin UMAX GUOOKHY Co For Rent Ivery siuble now occupied by ijiey is fir rent for the year t X B DfTJlE AGE Logs Wanted Home Cooperage Company fore t arket for 1000 white oak lose specificationsd For Rent i r Veiling on Lancaster avenue f1 J iecessary out buildings For tt vs nilon or ltd dress ll KO D IMMOX8 v tf Richmond Ky The Next Best T n largest circulation in the 8th TjressionAl District with the excep ii f tile Hiehimond Climax Is they texcellent paper th Shelby 11EiltS itu case Lois ol Logs ivy rains of last week caused de In tht Kentucky river an- dot down ninny thousand logs IP nlis all along the river have Iips to keep them busy for sev a months Teachers Training Class Tapijers classes will be organized maary i I9ft Hoard and tuition for n weeks 35 Higher branches and kkeepting taught Address- J B KECIIEST Hee3t Klrksville Ky For Sale We offer fr sale privately a thirty It boiler and long stroke engine taft ng etc ready for nsewIH sell very ifap For particulars apply to For J n Cheiiauit or this office ee III Elliston Mill Go Holiday Rales TIP L t N will sell Holiday excar on Ickets December 21 to 23 iriclu ICalone and one third fare Jor tie nnl trip Tickets to all points on S0ffii line and all connecting lines itt is Ofltleastern PaBsenger Astocla territory Good returning until anuary 3rd Four Mothersin law hank Ferguson a wealthy farmer I1Ir Bloomingion III has announced latonKew Yeartday he will enter ain his fiur mothers Inlaw at dinner If Ferguson alates that his first and cond Wives died his third vrw di r pJtbre all on fendllferma and ii V visit with each otWr Jrl d Z FOR SALE Rubber Stamp outfit Cheap Call at this office Dr Harry M Blanton Dentist Of flee over Middletons drugstore July 1itr Bring your Furs to Thurman and got the highest cash prices We have no agents dec IS 2 t Thnrman Grocery Co Mrs George IL Myers keeps on hand fine black cakes for XmaR and Thanksgiving similar in product to her premium cake 13 olf Corn Wanted Burnam Bennett Co Silver Creek KT want 10000 barrels of com write them for prices 4decSw Loss Want d The If nine Ci raKO Company aro In the mrkot fur 10 000 white onk logs Call at tlieirfine for FpHciticniion and prices 15no 8w For Rent A nice dwelling house with all necessary outbuildings on North street For particulars call on or address W H MILLER novG 2mo Richmond Ky otXmasIltlec 2t Forly Minutes Late The Danville News announces that through the efforts of Dr L H Blan ton another prize hasbeen added to Central Unlvorsitys list of awards The new prize is the Sidney J John ston watch which has been given by Mrs Sidney J Johnson of Little Rock for several years pat We have a large assortment of Books Games and Medallions Perty Thomas lldec2t For Sue or Rent I have for sale or rent two houses nail Iota in Kingston well improved having on tho premises all necessary outbuilding Also otto farm contaIn- Ing 70 acres or more one mile west of Kingston Fr particulars call on or address MHS JANE WIf rom 4declt Kingston Ky Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents DB Hon ox Richmond Ky Rees House Sold The hotel property kncwn as the Hces House in Winchester which has been owned by the Rees family for years wm sold lust week by Dr C H Rees to J L Brown for 10000 The new owner has not decided whether to add another story to the building or to tear the old house away and build a new hotel The finest display of holiday goods at Perry Thomas 11dec2t Alter Many Days The new bridge has arrived at Paint Lick at last and tho work of putting It up has begun The good people of that section have suffered great loss during the past few months on account of the delay in the work The new bridge will be n handdome structure cud will add much to the convenience as well as to the looks of the town Xmas goods of every description ut T n Collin 18d c2t Christmas Tree For the Poor The Danville Lodge of Elks is mak ing arrangements to give a Christmas tree fur the benefit of the children of the city who are unable to enjoy the festivities of the season Committee men have hen appointed such the af fair will be made one of the biggestof the sort ever given there Friday De somber 27 has been fixed te the date Get our prices on candies and Christmas goods before buying decl82t Thnrman Grocery Co Allat Work The grand jury of Anderson county has returned 16 endictments lIiust as many colored men of that place for vagiaiicr and all will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder Time was when that tmny anti liiaj bomore could have been found about here hut since the awakening of the city every body regardless of race or color is busy and there is a need for more Jr bor all the time Gas Reduction t i About ode year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has boon so encouraged by Increased patronage in both luring the pretend year that it bps determined to allow a discount of 23c per 1000 feeton lila minating gas furuish doll and after Dee IrlOOl thereby reducing the net price of Ixs from 200 to 175 fBut notice Is especially glverr that this discount on gas wilt not lie allowed to any person who failff to pay his gas bill on or before tile IP of J ehi month at the oflice or who is indebted Jo the company for water All delin qneut persons will be rtqultv tpp y thepreseBt rte penalty without ex Jeplton cthI111 MtiD wi I2T Co N9Yi I 4IeA u Dr Hobson Dentist IIy Oranges 25 30 and 85 lfizn itMhh1r11ron The resilience of Mr Thomas near Bine Grass this COunty liithtly damaged by fire last night i Small Pox at Klrksvills It was reported here yesterday small pox hail broken nntAnt villo The physicians stated vere three or four rather serious in the community Lei Us Lnow Your Wants Candy from 5 cents a Oranges 20 cents a dozen up cents a pound up Raisins 81 noun up Holiday presents works Ve thank you in It JUETT GROCERY A red heifer weight Eslray about came to mv place five miles Richmond on Barnes Mill pike a month ago and has since been for by me Owner can have proving property and paying cost- 25declm Get your Christmas AIHIN candies Miller Bros Now Train The Louisville and Atlantic nounce that on January 20 put on an entirely now train ot man cars The new train will of several coaches and mail cars and will be as imn any train in this section Sorrows ol Satan There will be a return of lost success the Sorrows of Satan matized from Marie Corellis book at the Lexington Opera on Wednesday December 25 and evening The cast is said stronger than ever and the more elaborate Holiday goodies the best sonable prices Juett Grocery Co Christmas and New Year Holiday During the holidays the Atlantic R R will sell tickets points South of the Ohio and the Mississippi rivers at reduced Special dates of sale and limits dents of schools and colleges on nearest agent for particulas- CM The Interurban General The Fiscal Court of Jessamine ty was called to meet last consider the application of the railroad for the rightofway that county It is tho purpose railroad to extend their line to lancaster making it more tageons to Nicholasville The pany was granted the throught Franklin county lastW Christmas Trees to Go It begins to look like the tree is doomed to go The men in some of the cities are ning a crusade against the cause the trees are the cause many fires They say there will lure to be a change in the hibiting Chrfstmaa trcesor pise it understood thatno losses from such entertainments will be For Rent A nice onestory brick Lancaster avenue For parli call on or addressG G CORZKLIUS 25JeU Richmond fire at Ford IIA house belonging to the Ford ber Company anti occupied by Estill formerly of this county burned Thursday Two colored ren aged 4 and 5 years were the home The mother of the started a fire and went out and gone the house caught The gained such headway that when discovered children it was too late to rC Meeting With Success Thu effort to organize a Young Christian Association in this meeting with great success recent convention it was decl raise SI 200 for the purpose of tho Association The Committee a few days canvass raised wore half the required amount in ranging from 5 to 100 quarters have not yet been hoped that within the next few selection will be made Just Like Ours The Harrodsourg Democrat There is a iCOOfoothoTe in the halt a mile from town that cost sum ot money that was wasted attempt to find gas during the meat 12 or 15 years ago They probably have gone 4000 feet drill broke and the contractor out leaving the company the hold We have the male to that in this town tho result of the citement but we are keeping about it i Deserves Your Patronage The Portsmouth Blade makes lowing remarks which applies toWns When taxes are to bd the merchant is in the front When the subscription paper is he io on it the most and biggest tickets for church and charity hols the heaviest purchaser public enterprise is to be through he gets to curry the Now when you have to buy dont you think you oueht to your money with tho homo A Woman Lawyers Victory Some years ago Mrs Florida son was admitted to the Bar of tucky and wasp at the time cud lawyer of hereex in the State cently on an appeal of an case involving a largo nmount tepreeented the appellant The tacky Court of Appeals in the case stated the brief covers the case aud the judg the lower Court was reversed the first and only instance woman by her own efforts and Ing under the law secuieda Western Dales Wins Chief Justice Iaynter handed an opinion in tIle Court of week in which it Is held that graph Conlpany being a rier of intelligence and cannot bb the censor of public vale morals nor can such a be restrained from or UDitdll furnishing poolrooms with garding the result of races The ion was the result of a ju1t g Western Uhlou sppeaad Jromtl iferspB Chancery OurtThe was indicted ou the charge tf toinimc a common nuisance by lse4a ft rtid1nkJtiIratdktg raee4 nia at pitLhUaLtd SUfefc 5 j ereatureComforts T FOR COLD DAYS c The man who would dress comfortably for r cold weather will find in our stock every article needed from a ten cent pair of Ear Muffs to n twentyfive dollar Overcoat and always a posi tive guarantee of full value for every dollar left t inourstoreWarm Winter Suits Moving out fast but still a big assortment for your seclection Astonishing values in Heavy Winter Suits at S500 600 650 and 800 theirsuperiorcannotbe perfectfittingfashionable competenttaitorsary Cold Proof i L Overcoats Not exactly cold proof but as near it as possi ble are our big Storm Ulsters extra long with Tiigh turn up collars at 5 6 8 10 1250 t and up Warm Felt Boots Overshoes Rubber Boots Heavy Winter Shoes Comfortable Socks Caps Gloves Mufflers Warm Work Coats And everything else thats good and reliable in cold weather garments Covington Bunks Headtofoot Outfitters for Men or Boys Distillery to Start The Warwick distillery at Silver Creek Messrs Burnam Bennett Co has been recently rernodeleJ anti en larged The distillery now has a ca pacity oi 100 barrels It will be started January 1 Removals Rev W A Elsenhart and family have taken rooms at Dr G W Evans Mr George D White whoso residence at Whites Station was recently burned has rented the Simmons real dence on Lancaster Avenue recently occupied by Rev Eisenhart He will bring his family to town this week In the Bottom of the River The floating saw mill belonging to Hughes Soper which has done considerable sawing on theriver at Valley View the past season sank a few miles above that placo one day last week GeorgeSample was engaged to raise the plant but owing to the high water in tho river at present he may not be able to raise It The loss sustained by Hughes Roper by the sinking of the mill is considerable Jessamine Jour nal mulled to Full Pay Adjt Gen Murray lias notified the Kentucky soldiers of the three State Guard regiments which enlisted in the SpanishAmerican War that they are entitled to pay at the State Guard rate from the time they left home until they were mustered into Federal service Officers of the regiments will have to make out the claims promptly as they must be filed at the War Department by January 1 and must be in Adjt Gsa Murrays hands by December 26 Stole Clothes Lucien Howard colored was arrest ed last week on the charge of grand larceny sworn out by W D Oldbam Co He waived his examining trial in the Police Court Friday and will be held for trial in the Circuit Court Sev eral suits of clothes were missed from the Busy Bee last week and suspicion rested on Howard The officers went after him and when arrested the suit he had on was identified by Mr Old ham The other goods were afterward recovered When the book reviewer becomes ill his condition is of course critical Rent estate iu some localities is as cheap as dirt Stops toe OouffS anWork3 the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No care no pay Price 25 cents A womans favorite doctor has a sym pathetic eye and a tender voice A lazy liver may be ony a tired liver ailrigHtforwould be a savage as well sa stupid thins to biat a wearY man or a starv lug man because he lagged in his work So in treating tbellagging liverit is a great uilstakn to lash it with drastic drugs In nfnety nine Lass out ofIs hundred a torpid orslnggish liver Is Lint a Hyiuptooi of an ill uiourished body overWOIiLetyour e stomach and its allied organs of dlj tlon and nutriou Pat theme in profl ir working ordor and tree hew q y you r liver will become active and erg tk Dr P rcegGoIcleIdt Discovery has iniule maay marvel LR mires of liver troubto its wonder control Of the OfJftnsofdlllHtlcm- adJlutrltiol1 It restores the normal activity of thee stomach inereaee tM s crtio 8 of the blood mitkliHt fl BtcleaDeII the ayM m from poinoooM e euanibsUotsa and sa rsIiaea eliver of tha b rdM impoiHMi upon ittIFthie defection of Qither otgaiM 11h TO OTJH3 A COLD IN ONE DAT Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it signatureisSome people waste a lot of time pre paring for emergencies that never conicDr Whites Electric Combo Their merit is beyond question See our agent or call at state office in the Collins building JJftj OREA C HARt State Agent 27feblyr A little man thinks bo aches just as hard asa big man- Exposure to Wet dampness and cold invariably results In a sudden chill which if not attended to immediately will cause a cold By mixing teaspoonful of Perry Day is Painkiller in half a glass of warm waieror milk the whole system will be heated and the danger of cold avoid ed Avoid substitutes there is but ono Painkiller Perry Davis Price 25 and SOc When a roan wins a hat on a bet his head is usually too big to wear it Fells a Deadly Attack physiclaneM M Austin of Winchester Intl but was completely cured by Dr Kingss New Life Pills They worn wonders In stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache 25c at Perry Thomas drug store 4decltn Will you Sleep Well Toniglit Not if you have a congh that begin1 Jo torment you as soon aa you lie down You can conquer the cough with Allens Lung Balsam which will relieve the pain in the chest the irritation in the throat and the bard breathing Since it contains no opium this remedy mav be given free ly to children and to the most delicate adultsMostthingsgrow smaller as they are contracted except debts Tetter SaUIUieam and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci aUayedbySkin Ointment Many very bd eases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadjs Condition Powders are just a horse needs when In bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 seats per package The eye of the master will do more good than both his hands Makes Weak Women Strong I have taken your REMICKS PEPSIN BLOOD TONIC I know it IP best Tonic ever made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enonhMrsO D Picker ing Olney Ill For san by B L- Mlddleton Sjouely A man may be as honest as the day is long ad still be a lawbreaker at night II T Mclntrye Bt Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disordered stoinackmye tilmamlecrlai ns Stomach and LyN Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever takeorsate by Stockton ct JJagtMi lldeclra An aatiHwtriiBon league is gssae- ally irade up ollwrribte example 1thlf BirfB Sb mrM sma a K I jtii lLJCtrv ICJ JCJ lLJ Luc Q CJ LlJ ThE P11 01All 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 BUSY BEE CASH STORE And every preparation is being made for a great Fall Business VJf1HE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans fer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL 1fr GOODS The new faIl 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 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 this 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 ioods Silks and Trinlrnillgse 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 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 peldOur Silks Dress Trimmings and Velvets are models of beauty All colors in Taffeta Silks good qualty 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 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 uptodace cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are uaming on goods this fall is all due to this cause OUR SPACE l SHOES Will permit prices Domestic Suffice that are naming prices this not but will have Quoted else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and known the Domestic will be found here Nothing escaped the eagle eyes buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up Never before been to values Our haue certainly made their money talk 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 sboes Lot after lot were picked out by our shrewd buyei s and cold cash planked down for them until had all and more too than our store could Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money it will cost buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best 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 blow competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING like there never would be any more clothing buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack upon stack ol clothinfi for cash down and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at our own price You get for just about onehalf what it would cost you in regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Odd Vests OJd Coats and be had in a first class clothing house are being shown in this Our Childrens Suits from 98c up our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as am be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from S5 to 850 and 1250 are worth double the price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a treat everybody Call and see them JacEels Capes d Tailormile ftiibur This is our banner department We are showing nil the new styles in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths tIme lung 42 inch Jackets are all to be seen here Castors Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors this season Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several east ern sample lots of now uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell tine Oloaksand upto date garments at about half price until those lots are cleaned up Get in line and follow crowd to the Busy Bee Cash Store and get your Jackets while you can get a fit We are showing some elegant timings in Skirts for ladles The Pedestrian Skirt is the new skirt this season Wo have a beautiful line of them In all the new coloring uptodate ourAAT xjwjj A vsw the pretty new jhingand won dering how we can afford to name such low prices on tlem Dont forget to taken peep into pur Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments We are headquarters for these goods We are solo agents for m rca StA- nd etT have just received a large shipment of them in all the styles Try an American Lady Corset and j on wiltwant no other not us to quote on goods in our Department it to say we in Department that only meet beat any prices you you everything to Department has of our able buyersBOOTS in we hold than to manufacturers death to theybuttto it Pants everything to department to to the for new OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very best things in OYIiOurprice 25c are being sold at double the price at other stores Our Mens ecedIIned vests and punts price 25e wnlltinour11Rup to our prices in Hosiery will be pleasing to you Our Childrens Hoisery is the selected lot we have ever had and our Misses and Ladies Hose and Mens Sox are the tolksofthe town Call mid see them GoodsShirtsgivingthemit NhnItaictQt1YQrovI1 We carry everything you want in small wares No jails etc Our buyers spent whole days in the Notion theirran see Blankets aiid ComfortsAre piled mountain high on our tables and counters 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 stuffWe 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 Iu this Department Bankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them youVcash for them and sell them for cash Then you dont pay for other peoples bad debts Your money talks OUR MDTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods are delivered Thanking you for past patronage x e1ding to you an earnest invitation to call and see ts andakeaur bouse your home while the city we are very resptr w D OIDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TEtJ OTHERS IP HOT TELL US d i fcoc r toilll AtlinU R nroQ DAILY EX SUNDAY KAIJI LLVR 1UCfl1OND For VKhu Ia vro Shot CSmnuptk lsJItwn 23JI mt iUClQUCl i IT i ii- ftr lIa111 ln r CraeV 3Opw TIVIU vi iivz III f i From L3illIIIi Lexington and tlSa m iu niuU g2Cpm 22pin1rO M niOWVINS Qm Mgr tw flflerr rneprnfl Go to D P AIMERS for the largest stok and lowest prices in Jewelry Lineo UHv JSi LiVES ftIE SAVED n- Yijnc L ro rr n nQfllt t t r jtc cs and Cos i t V f Ihroat Sid 1 0 CAbincd r niiona Hay l HtrrseressJ Es WO FAY f l ttle rc BEST because it W W Ja i yourjellythe fashioned way Heal by the new quick absolutely suro warby a thin coating of Pare K lias Jgr1Ii appliedUseftil bousePeach I Sold everywhere fade STANDARD OIL GOAL COAL COAL We have just opened a Ngv COAL YARD on Aspen Avenue and are to furnish the CVwi at the lowest We liiindle the Beatty vile Coal which has uo on the market vice full weight Give us a lltti11 C1 Ol Phone JACK FREEMAN Mgr octlClIw Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa PfIR R Offer Superior Advantage to Shippers Yrds Imve been enlaced ami renrlln ed- It iI the iiMHtet Iint to the Kistern mark Jiest dfatrilMiiiii pitiiit Kist of the Iisipji1 for fialtimore Washing PliiltbleitMiiH N ew Yurt and all Eastern innrkots rol liuycrs always in attendance for export cattle andall other kiuils of fur Miiniittiim firing given prompt attf ntion Private Horse Every Week Day 2aa Simon ODonnell 4 + Gent Mgr 1ie Soiikfi Uitul Imiimi Oo IOF LFX1NOTON KV Tho Giant investment of the South BENEFITSI pays deadIoinpahIy Hourly 8 years old mid lifts a greater LiftInluIIIIte562QQOAgiountAnyone dcstrinc inrtralment yt lHnc lane relurm during life thi Compmajr uBen sici adrantagea BOW71V7NI KY Agent Richmond Ky C E SMITH Pres FK BAIRD Sec and Trans L M WARE General Manager TlrJifaii tasl feiv ia v Incorpontfid Offers you the best INVESTMENT CONTRACT Ozi the Market The will make you the Most Money David PrefIdnnt Director price equa1 V It is because there is no high ratio for business on Books It rca tires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jeffer son than in any other Company J tJINOME OF ICE 1 t No 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY The Mutual Life Insurance OF KENTUCKY Home Office Fifth and Market Streets Louisville Kentucky ORGANIZED IN 1SGG Geo W Morris W W Bite VPresident Merrivvether Secy DIRECTORS leo Morris W lute VicePreaident SecretaryJoiBph U Steftdimui Iedical M Hixtne Actuar AttorneyJohn CapitalistJJenrv CarltnlistW i old thorn ReUnedParatllno prepared best Prompt ser- zt tIck- Conijuultutli Sales in t BEST 3 J our Co r President celebrated Joseph Pettus Treas DirGeo JJfJfAdmitte Clinton 0 Cashier First NaUonalllauk Attlllft Cox President OolarabFa Fl CoJohn Trust it Safety Vault Co JI MuldooiiPreB Monument Marble Chhs V Edmonds Treas Louisville Tin Ston Co J C Beck Jr pecia1AgentState Bank Trust Co I P WU AS AN ART CRITIC The NInl ter Outspoken Opinion of Vo Portraits of Chinese Celebrltlc Vu Ting Fang the Chinese minis her was exploring the Corcoran art gallery one day last spring evident ly with the idea of impressing on Ills mind the fundamental difference be tween the oriental and occidental brands of art says the Washington limes Hubert Vos the noted Dutch painter happened to have on exhibition in the Hemlcycle a number of portraits of representative types of various races Mr Vos had strayed far afield in collEcting his gems and the display Included the presentments of Tibetan Lamas Indian rajahs Arabian chiefs Japanese nobles and Chinese mandarins Among the lat ter were the portraits of Prince Ching and 11 Hung Chang The artist with the diplomat In tow paused before these canvases Who is that asked Mr Wu pointing toward the picture of ChingThat is Prince Cling replied Vos It dont look like him was his only comment and the party passed on to Earl Li Who that That Is Li Hung Chang- It dont look like him said the minister again lint its only a tIlrec quarters view you know said the artist apologetically It dont look threequarters like him said Wu And later when the remark hit the chorus of sweet girl art students who had been forming an animated background they retired without and giggled FREE NEWSPAPERS IN HOTELS Ovrncrililp llltlit flint Wan Xat Un derstood Ity a Feminine Gut What a brute I heard a lady say as I rose from the dinner table in the hotel POS the Chicago Inter Ocean- I did not know that I was the per son to whom she referred till after ward when a friend of mine who was sitting at a table near by spoke of the matter The lady at your table last night thought you were a brute he re marked laughingly I heard her use tIle word but it never occurred to mc that I was the person she oTfuded to What did I do I asked You carried off your newspaper Well I asked what of that It was mine I gathered from what she saIl to the waiter continued my friend that in the town where she lives the hotel furnishes its guests with the daily papers They are placed on the tables in the diningroom and are free to all Shin supposed all hotels did the same and that you were car rying off a paper that was common property She considered you a brute because she was not accus tomed to seeing hotel guests lilly their papers Monnmentnl iirnsei At time beginning of time thirteenth century it occurred to some ont to preserve the likeness of his departed friend as well as the symbols of his rank and station says the Gentle mans Magazine So effigies were in troduced upon the surface of the slabs and were carved flat but ere 00 years had passed away the art of the sculptor produced magnificent monumental effigies Knights and no bles lie clad in armor with their la dies by their sides bishops and ab bots bless the spectators with their uplifted right hands judges lie in their official garb and merchants with the emblemof their trade At their feet lie animals usually having Isome heraldic connection with the deceased or symbolical of his work e1 g a dragon is trodden down beneath the feet of a bishop signifying the defeat Of sin and the result of his ministry The heads of effigies usu allyrest on cushions which are some times supported by two angels Sport In the IlrltUU Army Our garrison towns represent a state of things utterly opposed to tin idea of a vigorous prosecution of theI war Numerous officers in possession of staff billets are snugly ensconcing themselves in comfortable bungalows obtaining lodging instead of field allowance and drawing ration allow ances In fact the liberal allowances to officers in South Africa seem to counterbalance their desire for the end of the war Sport is all very well in its way but on active service the care of golf links and tennis courts should not exercise oflicersabilityand attention while the thousands of polo and racing ponies kept by of ficers throughout South Africa fed on government rations might prof itably be used to augment the parsi monious supply of remounts to the mobile columns Letter from South Africa in London Spectator A Gigantic Tunnel The subject of a tunnel connecting Ireland and Scotland has been brought before the British government and the projegt will be pushed if the requisite financial support can be obtained The estimated cost is 50000000 The route provisionally selected is from Straurer in Scotland to Belfast in Ireland The total Ills tance is 51V4 miles of which 4h miles would be under the sea along a line where the maximum depth is 4SO feet Electric motors would be used to drive the trains at an average speed of to 70 miles per hour Youths Companion Tnt ri s1pjoW- hy is it that the firstborn child is so cbildren motherhasthereforeforExpectant mothers who use Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription find that it keeps them in vigor ous health They eat well sleep well and are not nervous When baby comes its fidvcnt practically painless the mother is made py by the birthof a healthy child If you healthytootler FavoriteSI wilt be very glad to DrPierces SDouglas Ourlugrclicn I looked forward to sufIIfeltanythinoC lOad At this time I wrate to Dr Pierce and he told me to get his GotdenMeihical muchldteruaoyfeetVOTgetteseThose who suffer from chronic dis PieRebyVPiercebiiiouauelllluallick F NEW USE FOR COTTONSEED Oner a Vnile Product It I Now Used In the Mnnufactnre of Paper A lest years ago cottonseed was a waste product arid the only use made of it was to compost it and when rot ted use it as a fertilizer Its indus trial Utilization began with the extrac tion of the ollitcontains and it has how become the raw material of so ninny Important industries that last spring when It became necessary to replant considerable areas of cotton land been flooded by the exceptional spring freshets it was found that the cleaning up had been so complete by the buyer of the cot tonoil mills that enough seed for be tweenseasons planting was collected with difllcully Hitherto the huhemf the cottonseed has had no value but this is now to be utilized in admixture with flax fiber in paper manufacture A company or ganized for this purpose has bought tx tensive papermill properties at Niagara on the lands of the Niagara Falls Power company The collection and preparation of the cottonseed hulls for paper stock will be undertaken at mills conveniently located in the south The material will be used In the manufacture of highgrade papers end is said to give great strength with beautiful finish Its advantage over other possible papermaking ma terlals is that it is the byproduct of other industries and is consequently much cheaper than one which has to bo grown gathered and prepared espe chilly Probably the most useful steps in mechanical progress says time New York Times are those along the line of utilizing the waste products of ex isting industries COST OF MEERSCHAUM Time lcsiei b Not In ttin Ilntv ain Urliil Hut In the Slaking of MIR lllle A fire in a pipemakers shop the other day spoiled the proprietors stock of meerschaum and incidentally disposed of the idea common in most smokers minds that this commodity is very expensive Meerschaum itself is not expensive That used by the manufacturers in this country is im ported as raw material from Austria hut most of it is obtained in Asia Minor Usually there are three or four different grades running from the rough and mixed to time pure and fine ly graiped article There is no duty upon it The chunks not unlike Can- nel coal in shape are packed in ob long boxes about two feet and a hall long a Pot wide and a foot high The raw material is quite brittle and has to he soaked infvVater before it is used for modeling Meerschaum pipes are expensive says the Now York Post because much of tIme material from which the bowls are made has to be thrown away before a piece is found that has no flaws in it The shavings however lire never wasted TIny are used to male a cheaper grade of pipes which lire non an chip meerschaums INSTRUCTION BY PHONOGRAPH Corrcniiotiiloice Srliout Nm v line It to caqh VnrIias lnnunKr iii- SluIetils Correspondence schools which dertake to tench languages by muali have round a useful niljiinut iri tlieii system in time phonograph In ad dition to the nsunl instruction papers ivhiili give the stndent a rending liiioxvlpilge of a langnnjp a speaking r luiowlmli may lie Rained y tIme ex change of record cylinders between instructor and pupil It is claimed IIIIIYIlie ean repeat a as often as he finds necessary and eeryIlion v If the student can avoid acquiring the Punch and Judy tone of the pho nograph says the New York Times there would seem to be no reason why this method should not be an extremely good one One can imag ine that the temptation to imitate its peculiar squeak especially in French would be almost irresistible The plaeinetter Done In Germany The whole cabservice of Germany is regulated in a way to malic the American envious of German institutions writes flay Stannard Baker in Seen in Germany In most cities a large proportion of the cabs are pro vided with taxameters little dials placed in front of the seat and so arranged that they indicate just how much the passenger owes at any given time For instance when you lake a cab in Berlin the indicator 2showscents us soon as you take your seat and as you drive the figures change 40 pfennigs at a time and when you arc ready to stop you pay the sum in dicated by the dial no more no less Thus there is no chance for extortion on tIme part of the cabman and no disagreement as to charges a feature of disagreeable prominence in London and Iaris And it may be said in passing that the charges are general ly very low compared with those in American cities tnefc of Vent Peat is being made into a kind of wood that will ansv er admirably for paving and railway sleepers Peat ykindwarp is very durable holds nails and screws with a ftrrh grip and become harder when laid on damp surfaces K Y Post Saved His Life I wish to say that I feel I owe my lire to Kodol Uwpepcia Cure writes H G Clireslenson of Ilayflfld Minn For three venom I was troubled with notllillilN nnahto to rotain n nioiBul of food Khwllv I was cnnthtel to my be l Electors said I could Riot livo 1 read nile of your advertisements on Kodal Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my ease and commenced its use I l Pt an to improve from the first bottle Now allUilreBts Ii troubles Perry ThoniRS It will not help to pray for heavenly illumination after you have bovn out the candle of sense A man seldom gets eo full of enthu siasm that he basno room for his dinner yhutpains in his stomach which he feared would grow worse He fllt8 I was was telling my troubles to a lady friend who saIl I hamberlai na ColicUholera and Diarrhoea flemeriy will put you iacondition for party1 I bought 8HIIIjtthatpartyMriiStoe1tcin pathheforeareAs children selfishness ia taught HS by In agent parotitg The bm ccij HlhMtealv road uroPEi J ABOUT THE WOODCHUCK The Animal I n Coulii of time Squir rcl Steep All Through tile Winter IPerhaps no wild mammal Is more fa to country people than the woodchuck Every hillside and mend ow Is dotted with the small piles of earth whiuh mark the doorway to his home Thewootehuck prefers a hill side or a knoll in which to dig his hole for here he can easily make the end of his den higher than the begin ning thus avoiding time danger of be jag drowned out What could be more unlike in gen eral appearance than a woodchuck and a squitrel Yet they arc cousins both belong to the same family ofe elllwsIpossible for them to lead an arboreal life jumping recklessly from branch to branch while the flabby form and short legs of the woodchuck better adapt him for digging than for running oreHmhin- glhe nature of the food of the wood lLifeup stores as the chipmunks do nor is it of such a kind that it can be ob tiinrd during the winter The case of this rrcaturc during the winler seems to br therefore one of sleep loug and soundly or starve During the winters sleep or hibernation life proc esses go mi very slowly ftreathlng is reduced and the heartbeats become so slow and feeble that thcannotbe felt They come from their win ters sleep about the 1st of March In New York- FLOATING BUTTON FACTORY Stoat on tit Mln U Iiil Itlvrr with Kveryllilnc NeeIrtlrIneIpnilt- lnterlnl U eil Taking the factory to thin raw material instead of bringing the material to the factory is an Innovation just put in operation on the Mississippi river by a button factory and it is a plan that has many practical advantages says the New York Herald This factory Is a boat 42 feet long and 12 fret wide fitted with all of the necessary machinery for the manufacture of buttons and provid ed with a three horsepower engine for its work Time principal material used by this l factory is mussel shells which are fodnd at nearly all points along the river and one of the groat expenses in conducting the business hereto fore has been the cost of transport lag the shells Now the factory has reversed the operation and will go to the mussels When a bed of the shells Is found the boat will drop its anchor and go to work When the bed is exhausted it will move on to a new location In this fashion it will go from state to state from Minnesota to Louis iana passing along with the seasons and always enjoying the most desir able weather of the Mississippi val leJ the boat the workmen have their home with all its comforts and with freedom from land rent and the visits of tax collectors TROUBLES OF BUSINESS MEN One of Them Is Due to People Who KurRct to Slen Tbelr Letter Many people write letters that they forget to sign said a post office clerk People come to us every lay with such letters in the hope that we may be able to trace the writers Sometimes we can do so but not often Of course only a small percentage of such letters are brought to our attention so the total number must be very large If the name of time writer is on the envelope or letterhead the lack of a signature is of less consequence But it happens frequently that im portant letters cannot be traced to the writers A certain business house in this dayia tendollar bill to pay for certain goods ordered It came from a vII lage in the interior of the state and it was sent to the postmaster of the place with tho request that he as certain the name of the writer if possible He failed to do so and the matter rested for some time One daywe received a letter from the same town asking as to the reliabil ity of the firm to which the letter had been written saying that the writer had sent the firm moneyfor an order of goods and had received no It turned out to be the person we were in search of and the mistake was explained But this was an exceptional ease- Gunedinir Firearms an illustration of how closely everything is watched in Russia take their system of registering firearms When a weapon of any kind is purchased a permit mutt be secured from the local authorities The name of the man who makes the purchase with the number of the weapon is recorded If the purchaser ever wants to dis pose of the weapon be must notify the authorities and cause the transfer tc be recorded on the books of the firm which sold it If that weapon is ever used in an attempted assassination or in any demonstration against the law the man recorded as last having it in his possession is held rsponslble Washington Post nOt1IGermany convicted of any minor wrongdoing in his small dominions provided the parents flog them in his presenceN Y Sun A load Cuugl Medicine From the OucH Toowoomba Australia I find Chamberlains Cough llcmedv an excellent medicine I Imve been timelustlUfe I Iave great pleasure in recom mending iLV O Wockner This is the opinion of ore of oldest and mcfit respected residents and line been vol untarilv given in good Nith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr Wocknpr This remedy is sold by Stockton Hapran II eel in A small vice iri a mail is much like time hole in a nickel Of Benefit to You OurIngIoWittsWitchwonderful results I was perfectly cured It Is the heat sal vft on the mar lIIlr11sBewarePERRY THOMAS Women argue in the same way they get oft a street ca- rAnEvangelists Story 1 suffered for years with a ron h1or hung trouble and tried varin H medies hut did smut obtain perr pin OupMinute niverIIImaladlimofoiughmscoi dAb90lulelynever f il8 and jhreally a Uvorite with the filuia ren They like ifc Perry A Th malf MRS IDA L ROSER GrandNiece of ExPresident James K Polk Writes to Mrs Pinkham Thankful for Health Restored byLydia E Pinfchams Vegetable Compound Did you ever stop to realize what keen satisfaction one experiences when we find that some kind and helpful thing we have done for some one else has been sincerely appreciated At uch times how truly we understand the ex pression it mora to give than to receive Think therefore of the pleasure and genuine satisfaction Mrs Pinltbam experiences when such letters come to her as the one from Mrs Koser which we are herewith permitted to publish Think what it means to her it means first that one more lovely woman has been relieved from sickness and distress through her assistance it means second that this woman who is cured is so grateful that she wants other women in the land to know of it and it means lastly that Mrs Pinknam s claims for Lydia E Plnklioms Vegetable Compound are fully sub stantiated by testimony of such high character that every woman who reads this must believe and hope To be appreciated is a great pleasure but to bring peace and happiness to the Such is the mission of Mrs Pinkham and such a etter as the following proves her success I MRS IDA L ROSER 326 E 18th Ave Denver Cot Grandniece of exPresident James K Polk and Assistant Grand Secretary of Colorado Wyoming and New Mexico Independent Order of Good Templars BEAU MRS PINKIIAM I have been married for nearly two years and so far have not been blessed with a child I have however suffered with a complication of female troubles and painful menstruation until very recently The value of Lydia E Plnkhntaa Vegetable Compound was called to my attention by an intimate friend whose life had simply been yourCompound53vs such b2sscd heath I took four bottles of your Compound and nmyiamesticdo treo times what I used to do You have a host of friends in Den ver and among tho best count Yours very gratefully Mus IDA L RosEn 326 18th Ave Denver CoL When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health 80 many women whoso testimony is so unquestionable you cannot well say without trying It I do not believe it will help me Ityou are ill dont hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E Plnkhama LynnMassLs000 REWARD We hue with the Nstlonal flask of 3060 teifamlulon Lydia BPlakliamMedlcta Cot Lynn XaM mC fjP1m 1 l ce tD =CJ fi C ri +Y nm tfIi I WIn cCD QJ tfattJwrgcl is 4 0C e- D0 0 iU f Cd t- zJ Jn23 x g S 3 50ro Tc mCJ 0ioN i c ItJ e nIicJ cSeem fJ c16J2QJ = Cf e4 CJ rrm wc2 QJttrtl fG tI LJ 3 t fLScffl WI CruS e JSCL D rSIn marrying the second lure a man pays tile Inkiest compliment to his first wile Ufsedme Polish iK4 SiLVERt fBRASS NICXELa Guss- IIIII 1ILii IKbIrt to 115 It IiT- pe Will Ctian Sliver and give It the nm look so much drutreU Will Clean Plate Glass with lltUe labor Del no dust UNIIUloWill Not Roughen tho Host tester Skis CuluplacooTeolcntrnrmCoaU ICes 1tae0a4udaddrns 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new liaise Tsikmc Buffet ChlllR aimimmisimleRards lJlillllgUllommmii n slull510lk lots just reached Ui Library amid Center TimimiesIn variety anti htHUtifll workmanship Ladis DUlkslIlIIt bargains ever iffureilIlockers any style you imm- nyCiucitesv wifj ry lattt III8111S IPictureamid fltmg 44+ + t+ 4+ + + + t+ ++ + + + + + +++ t ++ + + + + + + s+ ++ + s JO S JOPLIN I 220222 W Main Street+ + + + t+ + ++ 4 + t++ + + +++ + + + 44 + + 4+ 445 ++ + + + 4444p 4 Undertaking a Specialtyr AT COST J901Nowwill close ouy doors December 26 to take invoice as the new firm takes charge January I 1902 DOUGLAS 1 SIMMONSHAR- DWARE STOVES FARMIMG IMPLEMEKTS mehl1y i fi gW J Imer j RCII office- 6 I t I PlItlJ- ICIIXO t carts Id satel- CIIASI fE- ara t Iulnar aonc- t w 1Once I fDt itlnS I t =Onr AND t- Qmll Wh wlB II1 1 IDJjn The ladi by bOD we liihe i test Iithl i Van f it i Ii t ha71I