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IITi4E EI- i u i1TU t0 i t I T1113 RICHMOND CLIMAX gTOLTTh1E 28 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 1902 NUMBER 82 PROFESSIONAL CARDS A rro3 i w MlLJERATTOleYATLL KlUfTUCJtY f HOSD lJufldtng next door toBurnllll1he s rational flank fb31y- A 3ULi V t TIilKXKYVTLA- WllMOm KENTUCKY I Sate Hank Trust Co op r Irt HOIIM on MaItitre- ct1i 11 UHENEJLTt- TTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY c 8 in Second street over Oben It ry R LETCHER A porneytULaw- KBKTOOKV- L Bros Storeover Tnylor CKSON ROBERTS i EYS AND- UNSELLOitS AT LAW TM NTD KENTUCKY Oiocery OompanygEr wr Thurman ETIGI S s GIBSON GIBSON r 7LYS1 AND SUJlGEOt KENTUCKY bUIdCaDd SectCalifl5 r t lot It S c VhIie 4ruciore 27 As C IIOOKKR I ETEIITARY SURGEON C it Ontario Veterinary Collect vy Dnti try and Sterility a Specialty r r r Ifl stable on corner First and te Sc Richmond Kyar71y C JiSPER M D Mlicine nd SnrRory i r lther Buildine Main Street- i at residence the Cnrr place on Urondvr- ayrN1 KENTUCKY Y 1AAXS V D F1IV81C1AX AND SURGEON EMNi KENTUCKY DEli AI STJSGEEY 0- barrIT t tn5 i OF LOUISVILLE Rye next door tu Government Building m Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 vlj DR LAKDMAN Hotol Glyndon- Ve Inewlay January 15 1902 nr iootls 2 Our prices y l you to trade with us- W1n you give us a trial fJllJ Hm3 i J ji Mnp n lli TnjjlU lilies cannot bedecened by catchy phrases nor AURt in the best markets of t ie world select the la test goods and when yo- uR buy you know you have lA ti latest uptodate R gjuds Is that what you want If so trade cv- th4PAQ44J hitrlhSOn I aa agent for the Page Wire Fence tot And wilt sH any amount wanted Keep car loads on hantat all tinea Also pure bred Durock Jersey Hojfg for sale J TCOY Kirkavllle Ky S G ai I JEWELRY 6 cLo e e The Inrgpst stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTS Store Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecond and 1+ Swiss Watches also finet4+ Expert Workmen- I also mnk a specialty of MEDALS flcsgiiingHave you Seen The Historic Talent Spoon of 1ryan Station representing Indian times Aly Motto ls BBLIAnLK GOODS AND FAIR PILINGS Victor B gaert 57 E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY ISfebly fum II IDJ IDm Successor to J W AxbHlj Tiy3tb1IRVINE ST NEAR METHODIST CnOHCII Will be glad to have allmy old customers call andsee me Rates reasonable RICHMOND racliI7ly KENTUCKY Bea tiesjj For All ge 3Wehave the best tlowersfcan be t Our Floral Decorations are beauties We possess and ractlce the Ileecssa A ry KNOW now In ar w ranettig K ci orderA receives our personal I tention ntj IfJHENBY L PE8RY Agt j c Bells Flowers go Everywhere We are now ready to show yon our im mense stock of latest designs in Wil1 Piperfor Summer and Fall trad- eComprising is many e pretty colorings in floraland stripes and our prices are Just Right We invite you to call J nd look at our stock and get prices before buying your Wall Pa per We take pleasure in waiting upon you Respectfully PERRYTIIOffIAS WALL PAPER COW It LEEDS Pointer and Decorator njantt PHONE 75 il Sl- HHeOQea is hard enough as it is It is to her that we owe our world andeverything should be made as easy es possible for her nt the time of childbirth ThisAisjuw3iat I MOTHERS FnlEHD will do Itwiltmake- babys coming easy and and that without tak ing dangerous drugs into the s stem It is simply to be to the muscles of the nbdomenIt penetrates through the skin Ing and elasticity witliiL It strengthens tho whole system and prevents all the discomforts of pregaascy Tho of a plumb babe in Panama Ho says have used Mothers Friend and can praise it highly Get Mothers FrJeart at the Drag Store SI per bottle- The Bradftekl Regulator Co ATLANTA SA Write forourfrcoillustrated kBefore 3by is Born iIQiC j AN ENGLISH PERIL Board of Agriculture Aroused on Subject of Rural Depopulation Effort to lie Nude to Turn flic Tide front the City to the Country Annual Appropriation for Jrhio In SnsKcuUil The board of agriculture Is thoroughly aroused on the subject of Tural depopulation It contemplates a sub stautial annual appropriation for prizes for plowing ditching hedging straw binding stackingnnd thatching the establishment of village cubs the construction of attractive rural cot tages with gardens nttaplinl and the provision of numerous schemes for adding interest and variety to country life Sir W Foster M P declares that within the prevent generation 1000 000 people engaged in productive pur suits have disappeared from the farms aud that every attempt thus far made to check the exodus has urea only partially successful John Hughes district agricultural analyst for Herefordshire contribut ing to the governments general stock of information on the subject intimates Hint youths on farms are re ceiving too tmtcli education of the head nail too little of the hands He says they can manage logarithms nd numbly while showing no dexterity whatever forthe manipulation of plliw handles UA board schoolmaster of West Somerset informs nip says Mr Hughes that he rdccntly hail 30 lads in a class until they hail reached a point of considerable progress in their education when they all slipped away to the towns with the exception of 12 and these the least intelligent This incident parallels hundreds of others When country boys learn to rend they get hold of newspapers magazines and other publications reflecting Ihccom plex life and ague splendors of the cit ies and cnn no longer content them selves with the drab featureless exist enee that satisfied their fathers UNUSUAL GIFT TO LIBRARY Bllnlater McCormick Sciulx from Ana trill Collection ot Cllpiilucn on Irmlilfiil 5IcKliilej Uentli Robert S McCormick United States minister to Austria has presented the Chicago public library with a valuable collection of European newspaper clip pings on the assassination of President originally Light and Nearer My God to Thee used by the large choir which sang these songs at the memorial serv lees laId in Christ church Vienna on September 1- GAccompanying the clippings and music was a personal letter explaining the details of the service Minister Me Cormick was desirous of having both hymns sung in English at the memo rial services but ivas unable to get Finally11evish embassy came to his assistance by writing the words of the song on spellIngworked successfully- The newspaper clippings are from all the leading publications of Great lint ItalySpainLINEN FROM PORTO RICO Sirs Roonerclt Orders Inrffc Supply from Iilnml for Use In the White House Mrs Roosevelt has just ordered a large supply of linen from Porto Rico for use In the white house All of it will be embroidered with the coatof arms of the United States The sup ply includes sideboard covers tea cloths napkins domes table cloths and other articles much needed in the white house While in New York Mrs Roosevelt became much interested in the work of the lorto Rican women and wishing to assist the enterprise of the island as well as secure rare linen for the white house she gave the orderAside from the articles for house hold use she ordered for herself a pink pinna silk evening gown exquisitely embroidered and also a dress of the same material for her little daughter EthelNot a few of the Christmas gifts made by Mrs Roosevelt will also come from ibis same source especially those to her most intimate friends linn to Iay for Trip In fox Johann Beck the man who shipped himself in a box on the HamburgAmer ican steamer Palatia to New York has applied to United States Commissioner Shields for his first citizenship papers Beck said he was 30 years old and was born in Austria He forswore al legiance to the emperor of Austria Beck is now employed at a hotel in New York city as a painter He Is meeting a bill for70 presented by the HamburgAmerican line Of this 2950 is for thirdclass passage 15 for ex pressage on the box in which he came 250 for the ambulance in which he was taken to the hospital In Hoboken ten dollars for a fine for violating the immigration laws and the remainder for messages He has paid 50 of it already A IlcUnble Snake Story Workmen while blasting rock sear Flora Ill the other ddy found a den of snakes and killed over 100 It is late for snake stories says the Chicago Tribune but this bears marks of au thenticity A liar in telling the story would have unearthed five times as many snakes as that Coughs and Colds in Children Recommendation of a Well Kuown Chicago Physician I use nnd prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate constricted coughs with diiect results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am Rlail to recommend it to all in needand seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial niSictions It is nonnarcotic and safe in the liauda of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for alt mankind JSIrs Mary It Melendy M D4 Ph D Chicago III This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Ila an lldeclm When a fellow is thrown on his own resources he is usnully broke If you are not up and doing you will soon be lownanddone DO YOU WANT To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER pr COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YQU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of Write mo with I the particulars as I may be able to h lpyoui Addrefis JMVN Lock HOE 475 Charleston WYtw lec Jlc i r MIRROR WITH A HISTORY Originally fought br Vice President John Adams Is Restored to Its Old Place president100 years ago he paid 40 for a little gilt framed mirror and there has been trouble about it ever since Several senators in the course of the debate over the payment for its pur chase took occasion to censure Mr Adams for having set an example of unwarranted extravagance The mire ror was purchased In New York brought to Washington and put in place In the room occupied by the vice president and for a great many years was pointed out to rural vis itors who were entertained with more or less accurate tales of its history As years went on the vice presidents room grew in elegance and the little historic mirror seemed to grow smaller and less ornate Finally three years ago it was sent to the storeroom whence it was resurrected and placed on the wall of tho District of Columbia commit tee room by the clerk Mr Charles Moore who hind intelligence enough to appreciate the beauty of its aim pie design and Its value as a relic Shortly afterwards Senator Hoar and some of his colleagues heard the Btory of the exiled mirror anti grew indignant so with the consent of Senator Frye the president of the senate it was brought uncle and given a place of honor on the wall of the vice presidents beautiful cham ber which it is hoped will be Its final resting place- CORONATION DAY PROCLAIMED Unique and Interesting Ceremony Wlilch AVns Carried Out irllli Pomp In London Notwithstanding the storm of wind and rain a large crowd gathered in front of the royal exchange to listen to the reading of the royal proclamation announcing the date of the coronation cables the London correspondent of the New York Tribune The lord mayor and sheriffs who were attired in gor geous robes of office were in attend ance accompanied by several members of the city corporation The common crier stood bravely forward heedless of the pelting shower nnd beganwith Oyez oyez oyez7 that could have been heard nearly 100 yards away lie then proceeded to read the proc lma lion fixing Tuesday June 26 1002 as the day for the coronation and con eluded with a stentorian cry of God save the king to which the crowd bareheaded responded with three ringing cheers Two further proclamations were also read and after renewed cheers for the king the lord mayor and sheriffs led the crowd in singing the national anthem The cere mony occupied only a quarter ofan hour NOVEL USE OF PLOWS Sloan Indiana Use First Assignment to Support a Dam and Send for a Second Lot recently a requisition was received at the Sioux Indian supply station at Omaha for a large number of plows As this was the second request for this implement received within a short time an investigation was ordered by the superintendentThe of plows had been re ceived all right and had been used to prepare their lands for irrigation as the agents had told them that heap big crops could be raised by watering their lands On being asked to show the inspector the ditches andreser voir they proudly led him to a large dam built where the stream was nar row and so high that all the surround ing country was Inundated The back of the dam was composed of new plows They had used the entire shipment for the purpose And now the Indians at Standing Rode agency are undoing their fall work Improved Tandem Kile System William A Eddy who has just ar rived In Bayonne N J from Noank Conn has written to Mr Marconi inclosing diagrams of an improved tandem kite system for reaching a height of 3000 feet with Maj Baden Powells system of kites lie thinks this system will greatly aid Marconi to send messages because every in crease in height has so far enormous ly increased the range of wireless tel egrams Ma BadenPowell fastens one kite to the back of another when flying the kites tandem but Mr Eddy says that with the improved system of fastening radiating lines to a main line the safety will be greater than with one kite because if one kite gives out the others will sustain the apparatus PeiwnnU Destroy Dnlrle The Danes engaged to organize the dairy Industry in Siberia report ex traordinary experiences with the Si berian peasantry Many dairies have been destroyed by mobs whose mem bers believe that the Danes have been sent by the devil to turn the milk Into gunpowder for the use of the Chinese When droughts occurred the infuriated peasantry demanded that the dairymen vho had barricad ed themselves in their establish ments should give them rain by means of waving their handkerchiefs Cossacks were summoned to disperse the mobs Danish farmers describe the possibilities of Siberia as enor mous The I O U alans Paradise On Pitcairn island in the South Pacific ocean man is delivered only once a year That must be a pleasant place for the man says the Chicago Record Herald whose bills come by the post Hanna Rheumatism Remedy Three tloseastop pain or money refunded Pleasant to take Price a bottle by mail postpaid Thin Secretary to Mr Justice Brewer U S Supreme Court says Haifa bottle of Hannn Rheumatism Remedy cured mo of an attack of rheumatism Alter three doses of the remedy I was free from painF J Haig Manufactured by Henna Co 615 14th Street Washington D 0 tf People who live In apartment housee say that flat life isnt as smooth as It sounds A Profitable Investment- I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed haIt my time says E Demick Somerville Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get anything to help mono Hl I tried Kpdol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and atu entirely well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really starv lag Kodol Dyspepsia Curd does the stomachs work by digesting the food You dont havo to diet Eat Wj you want Kodol Dyspepsia Owe curse ll ofllach LOUb1L orrl T1OmM- r I J CORPSE RISES AND LAUGHS opposed Dead Mans Little Joke Trtth Police nnd Doctors Lands llliu in Cell Physicians and nurses as well as two policemen were given a surprise arly the other morning at Chicago when a supposed corpse suddenly sat up and laughed It was a climax to i serious affair and so bitter was the feeling over the joke played upon them that the two officers took the live corpse to the Desplaines street pollee station where he gave the name of William McDonald 717 West Taylor street- McDonald was lying on nn operat ing table at the county hospital apparently dead from the effects of having been struck by a street car There was no sign of life in him and the attendants were discussing the circumstances when the supposed corpse suddenly broke into a laugh and sat up- McDonalds hilarity was so great that he could not utter a word for nearly two minutes He laughed and laughed until the tears rolled from his eyes The attendants glared in surprise while the blue coats seemed was arraigned in the Desplaines street police court and pleaded that he had attempted a joke while under the influence of drink Justice Eberhardt concluded that McDonald had been punished sufficiently and permitted him to go with a warning TRADES WIFE FOR MACHINE li New York Farmer Sells III Bride of One Short Year to Ilia Brother Edward Chilton of Herman St Lawrence county N Y who was married less than a year ago to Mamie Cramer has traded off his wife for an interest in a threshing machine and other chattels with some cash to boot After the marriage Mr and Mrs Chilton lived in the village until this fall when they moved on one of the farms owned by George Babbitt Harry Chilton a brother of the hus band went to work on the farm and worked until Tuesday Then the brothers settled accounts Harry paid Ed some money and personal effects which could not be easily moved such as an interest in a threshing machine and some wagons In jxturn for these Harry took Eds wifeThe father of the two brothers car vied Harry and his new wife to the train and it is thought that they went to Vermont The father said I never saw two brothers make a trade any more friendly and satisfactory to all parties Ed has secured the assistance of his father and mother in running the farm Ilnrbor Defense Can Tested The test of the new pneumatic dy namite gun at Hilton Head S C the other day under the auspices of a board of army officers is believed to have been satisfactory It was shown the gun had a range of 0000 yards Eight projectiles loaded with explosive gelatin were fired Six of them exploded upon impact and threw columns of water into the air Two were fired with time fuses If they were exploded it was at such a depth under water that there was not any disturbance discernable Five dummies were fired to test speed The government required that they should be discharged in 20 minutes The time taken to fire them was 10Y minutes Artists Declare for Paris Edwin Abbeys advice to American art students to go to London rather than Paris was received with surprise by the American colony at Paris A large number of artists and students were asked their opinion on the mat ter and all stoutly maintained that Paris Is superior in every respect Many who have tried London say that apart from purely artistic considera tions wealth and social position in London often count for more than talent Besides even the best English artists are notoriously bad draughts men Paris again is cheaper has better light and higher artistic standards Finds Cure for Loclcjair Dr A Leteve of the pathological partment of Mercy hospital at Pitts burg has discovered what has every indication of being a successfulserum treatment for tetanus or lockjaw After a year of experimenting on low er animals the doctor tested his the ory on three human subjects a middle aged mac a middleaged woman and a boy ten years of age According to his statement these patients when first given the injections of the serum were violent being in spasms and convulsions The treatment soon quieted them and within five or six days they were restored to their former health Worth Looking At Mrs Bradley Martins preparation for the coronation indicates says the Chicago RecordUtrald that she expects the people to quit looking at the king every little wblleand make re markr about her wonderful appearance Long aud Loud John Long married Miss Belle Loud in Tennessee the other day Well remarks the Chicago RecordHerald Long and Loud ought to be able to to make themselves heard A Common Need The director of the mint says the country needs more small coin It isnt hard says the Chicago Record Herald to find people vho need other kinds also SOMETHING KEV They cure dandruff hair need ache etc costs the same as an ordinary comb Dr Whites Electric Comb The only patented Comb in tho world People everywhere It has been intro duced are wild with delight You simply comb your hair day and time comb does the rest This wonder ful comb is unbreakable and is made so that it is aluoluidy impouible to break or cut the hair on a writ ten guarantee to give perfect satisfac tion in tttry resp ct Send stamps for one Ladles size 60c Gents size Sou Live men and women wanted every where to introduce this article Sells on siaht Agents are wild with success See wanted notion in this paper Ad dress D N HOSE Gen Mgr Decatur Illinois 27feblyr Itis hard for a woman to pin her faith in a husband without ptn money Dont Live Togvste Constipation and health never K together De Witts Little Early RIo era promote eiay action of the bowels with distress I have been troubled with costly nese mia8 ycrxrs says J 0 GreenerP paw lad I have tried iserajilYQ5 c r ua 0 L ei Stopthe- Bllgh r It is a sad thing to see fine fruit trees spoiled by the blight You can always tell them from the rest They never do well afterwards but stay small and sicklyIt worse to see a blight strike children Good health is the natural right of children But some of them dont get their rights While the rest grow big and strong one stays smalland weak Scotts Emulsion can stop that blight There is no reason why such a child should stay small Scotts Emulsion is a medicine with lots of strength in itthe kind cf strength that makes things growScotts Emulsion makes children grow makes them eat makes them sleep makes them play Give the weak child a chance Scotts Emulsion will make it catchup with the rest rcpresenlsIEmulsion and ison ths wrapper of every bottle Send for tree sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York SOC and i nfl druggists Chase Led to Death A Ilarrodsburg dispatch to the Evening Post says Four weeks ago Oilmen Dean who lives near the Kentucky river started out on his farm at night to hunt foxes with his fifteen hounds They soon jumped a fox and for an hour the chase was exciting Then the baying oi the dogs ceased After waiting somo time nod not hear ing their bays again Dean thought that Reynard had led the dogs out of the neignborhood and went home The next morning the dogs failed to show up and a diligent search threw no light ou the mystery of their disap pearance However the mystery was cleared when the animals were found in an unused and butof theway ice house where an old dwelling stood some years ago on the farm of Charley Watkins seven miles from Deanti plcae The roof of the house had fat lea into decay but same rotted raftem were Ifalt and the supposition is that the dogs were making it pretty warm for Reynard anti that he ran over these rafters with the dogs in hot pursuit They had attempted to follow him probably and all fifteen had toppled into the fifteenfoot pit Five of tho dogs had been killed and devoured by the others but those alive were in fair condition Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh Through the mood Cost Notliine to Try Would yon like to got rid of that chronic rheumatism or offensive catarrh forever Thou take a bottle of Cotanit mood Balm which has cured thous ands of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and medicine treat ment Botanic Blood Palm B It B J cures through tho blood by destroying tho poisons which causes the awful aches in the bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands haw ing spitting bath breath impaired hearing etc thus making a perfect cure Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for thirty years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly 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 given until cured Dont give up hope but try B B B which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body B B B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of perfect health 4 To Test the Law Apetition was filed by II C Eversole in the Franklin Circuit Court in time name of David M Covington of Leslie county seeking to enjoin the Goebel Reward Commissioners from certifying any claims to the Auditor and also seeking to enjoin the Auditor from pay ing such claims Tho claim is set up in the petition that the Reward Com- missIon is unconstitutional andvoid After the Investment Companies Thirteen investment companies at Lexington have been notified by tho Poatoflice Department that their letter mail will not be delivered They ore notified that they will be given a hear lug on January 13 The Government holds that the Investment companies are of the nature of lotteries and are obtaining money by fraudulent pretenses The Hrtrrodsbure Democrat says Mr IiM Cunningham of the Duncan section of this county says there are strong surface indications of oil on his place and that years ago when salt was being made there they bored deeper and struck oil strongly that it spoiled tim salt water Investors might do welt to investigate HT Mclntrye St Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disordered HtomaciisaysChamberlainB Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have evor take For sale by Stockton llagajv lldeclm Man is a two legged animal who tries to work all the other men bra Hvlug antimatrimonial league if gener IAn pp of horrible xaiB pies iA man may raissjiis calling but be- cannot escape lila dtiny The ocalist yi tmeinesc k out oJ sight pqi k g b7fta Y Do You Know That Buggies and Carriages are from 55 to cheaper now than they were a few weeks ago We still have good selection on our floor You save money by buying nowand goingi Propl CHRISTMAS PRESENTS + e Q Useful Presents ls- Th1IikWhtUseful J2 WE GLAUSWeBeautiful Smoking Jackets from Alfred Benjamin S Co BeautifulHproof Rain Coats from Benjamin Co Beautiful Bathing 7A fromzcfour importation Beautiful Gloves of all kinds FOWNESthebest in the world Beautiful line of Ladies Trunks and Bags ofNeckwearofI Handl Mefiitoshea Rain Coats t tefagne Just think what I Ij Shryock L liOnJJ0 LEADING CLOTHIERS MERCHANT TAILORS W L GENTS FURNISHING GOODS HATTERS ETC Hi STORE OPEN EVERY NIGHT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ffi Fffi ffi ff zyT T T T A TEXAS WONDER lULLS GREAT One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissionstvenk and lame backs rheumatism antI all irregularities of tim kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mail on receipt of- SI One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall solo manu facturer P Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky READ TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 DrE W Hall Si Louis MoDear Sir I bare used one bottle df the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for kidney and bladder trouble II weighed 150 pounds when began using today I weigh 17G pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully it to public Respectfully 4decly JOHN RIDDLE Many a man who tries to be a rascal finds he is only capable of being a fool Lots of people give advice freely be cause it doesnt cost them anything A Special Offer To introduce it quickly Into every home the St Louis Mirror will be sent to any address every week for the months including the big Christmas number on receipt of 25 cents silver or stamps The Mirror edited by William Marion Reedy con tains the best independent polical arti des stock and financial articles dra matic criticism book reviews and gen eral miscellany of any publication in the West A trial subscription will convince you For sale by all newsdealers Five cents a copy 2 peryear Write fur sample copiesTHE 4septf St Louis Mo WOMANS RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tle pain or discomfort at tno menstrual period No woman needs to hAve Jay WIno of Cardnl will quIckly relieve thoso smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of tho womb and Irregular menses WlIIEOFCARDUI has brought permanent relief to su1fert4Ievery month It makes the men healthyItuix to give women relief from thobloachcsandpwhblightso GBIIInVOODtLA OetU 1555 tlmoIuMflIfore I had taiu sU tvam relieved jldl lie taT that yoMy a xAYKTM ForM4e44I4MsNStT1I c IrIL0c lose nothing in style and qual ity Vehicle all kinds will cost more another season John Donelson h t1 3 j r L ij Alfred own 1 T c t 7What beautiful Present one I of those Dick Suits made to order would be foJ AND FINE y DISCOVERY O it recommend A of it10 of a r l- ftJ FI Fl I r IeleIIX X r Holiday k i Suggestions Here is the making of a Happy Home And here is where your friends buyiThe whole family can participate in the en 2cjoyment which comfortable CHAIRS and ROCKERS fBring to the tired and weary Buy for Christmas and use all the year we have a Leather Goods Picture Frames I I nice line of and Ladies Desks And many other things useful and ornamental UNDERTAKING SERVICE COMPLETE wsoIdhamdp-4 Cor 2d and Irvine Sts r RICHMOND luIyhliy KENTUCKY PICTURES Picture Framing For the Holiday trade we will have on exhibition one of the largest and most complete lines of ttPictures and Framing Material 0 EtegantWatergenuine Sepias Carbons and Flatinnms Large assortment of new metal frames in Brass und Ebony guaranteed not to tarnish A neat cabinet SIWemake frames while you wait Wo havent space to name our hundreds of genuine bargains Your are Invited to call and inspect the largest and lowest priced line ever offered to tho pricesbought+++4 GEO M WILLGING 209 West Main Street RICHMOND KY rf BESTlNo7S Sfaadins Top SurreyT Made of the best materials A nice light carriage made especially for one horse v We also woke a lull Mae ot ttigk Gra4 Vehicle a ad Hreesp s f JStHdfor Catalogue and Price LuL v COSMO CARRIAGE CO Glen Rock paL 25 sept6mtlFor Rubber Stamp CALL AT +THIS OFFIbE ++ t jjjjjj c fjA 1 iit ic C iTR jI r j J 1 ilTheRichmond Climax President J c AD MILLER Maniger- BOBTSh CBOWE Editor rWEDNESDAY JAN 1902 PORLISUKD ZVEBY WEDNESDAY BY ffco Climax Printing Co Incorporated TJ year that has just closed maybe looked upon as the most eventful one in the history of our town The prospect before us a year ago was not bv any means bright In the first few months tho city suffered by reason oi several disastrous fires Later when we lost Central University it was said J that tbe town had received its death blow The failure of the crops caused a loss of thousands of dollars to the town and county Notwithstanding all these I e misfortunes the city has gone right on improving business has steadilygrown better end real estate has increased in value There has been a great increase in population owing to the coming of new industries and there Is more money in circulation than ever before The building of the last six months ex ceeds what was done the whole of the ten years before There are but few loafers on our streets and none who are nncessarily idle So when we count up everythingthe good with the badit will be seen that notwithstanding the heavy losses we have made wonderful progress Right now on the first day of the new year we have the opportunity to Jake another stop toward pros perity We know the cost and we would be but poor business if we could not see the profit of the investment i A COMMITTEE from St Louis made up of influential exKentuckians will visit the Kentucky Legislature for the purpose of booming the St Louis Worlds Fair They hope to persuade the Legislature to make a large appro priation to the end that the State may be fittingly represented at the Fair On the committee are exGov David Rowland Francis Hon Henry B Hawes and Hon Breckitiridge Jones all of whom are Kentuckians and rep res ntatiye citizens of St Louis IK his biennial report Adjt Gtn D R Mnrry recommends an increase in the annual appropriation of the State militia from 7000 to 80000 He discusses at length the Hopkins county mine troubles and urges that the non resident miners be compelled to leave the county The Electric Road The Fiscal Court met Saturday to consider the granting of the electric railway franchise for which a petition was made about ten days ago Judge M C Alford of Lexington represent lug the company and County Attorney Cobb looked after the interests of the county Nearly every member of the Richmond Dar was present besides a number of the citizens of the town and county Mr Cobb at the begin ning of the meeting stated that he had conferred with the Attorney of another county who had looked into the matter and who understood how such roads were conducted in the North and East lie stated that they had modified the petition of the railway people in such a way as to more fully guard the interests of the county Both petitions were read and such changes as were made were not objected to The court voted in favor of the franchise and Mr Cobb was authorized to draw up the papers to bo finally filed next FridayThe question of granting the franchise is practically settled as what will be done Friday will be merely a inatter of form rue company ngrees to begin in good faith the construction of the road between Richmond and Lexington during the year 1002 and to finish the work within three years barringall time lost in bonn fide in junctions and suits They were grant ed the right of way along the Rich mond and Lexinglon or tho Tales Creek pike a choice to be made after the survey They were also granted the franchise to extend their line to the Rockcastle and Jackson county lines CiFiBroweriCft LEXINGTON Ky I NOW FOR Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Mantels Draperies We are ready to talk business are you t MAIN C1F1BroerAco1 AND BROADWAY I I iXINGTON tJy PERSONAL Mrs A T Million is visiting relatives In Lexington Miss Miry Evans visited relatives in Winchester last week Judgo A R Burnam of Frankfort was in the city last week Mrs H L Perry is visiting relatives this week at Nicholaaville Miss Mershon of Stanford is the guest of Mrs William Rice Capt J Henry Gibson ot Pineville is the guest of Mr Tom Black Mrs Elmer Deatherage has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather of Lexington visited relatives here last week Rev William Crowe of Frankfort spent several days in this city last week Mrs George W Pickets Jr lef Mon day for a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs S Neville Moberly has returned from a visit to her parentsin Versailles Mr aud Mrs Edwin Rngg of Cincin nati have been in the city for several daysCol and Mrs G W Edgar returned yesterday from a visit to relatives In ParisMiss Aline Burns of Cynthiana is the guest of her sister Mrs N V White Mr S A 0 Bullock left Monday for Chicago on a business trip for the LADr who has been in New York for the past week will return Johnnio Terrill was the guest of Miss Ida Waide in Nicholasville last week Mr and Mrs W W Fig are in Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs W B Wilkerson Miss Janie Myers was in Lexington last week the guest of her aunt Mrs C J Myers Mrs Richard C Morgan of Lexington is the guest of her daughter Mrs Clark Kellogg Miss Curraleen Smith has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Benton iu Winchester Mr Charles Jones of Flemingsburg was the guest of his sister Mrs S E Scott Sunday Mr and Mrs D M Chenault spent several days last week with relatives in Mt Sterling Sheriff L Tevis Wilkerson of Lex in ton was the guest III friends in the city last week Dr and Mis R E Douglas of Nich olasville are visiting Mr and Mrs W R Letcher Prof C G Crooks returned to Dan ville Saturday after spending the holidays in this city Mr J VanDyke Norman of Louis yule has been visiting friends in the city for several days Misses Elizabeth Feeny and Mary Slough of Lexington visited friends in this city last week Mr Charles Campbell of Bloomington III was the guest of Miss Nannie Douglas last week Miss Jane Reed of the University of Michigan was with her sister Mrs Hobson last week Prof and Mrs J W McGarvey have returned from a two weeks visit to rel atives in Columbia Mrs W E Mnncey and children of Winchester were the guests of Mrs W S Pryor last week Miss Fannie Elkin of Winchester was the guest of Miss Sudie Bonny on North Street last week Mr J R Davis of Gampbellsvilte has been the guest of relatives in the count for several days Mr W Bodes Shackelford went to Covin ton yesterday to attend the BurnamKennedy weddidg Mr aud Mrs C R Bucber form erly of Owensboro arrived last week and have taken rooms at Mrs Millers Mr James Dodge of Jacksonville Fla is the guest of his parents Dr and Mrs W H Dodge on the Campus Mr Joe L Reed of Louisville an old C U student spent several days last week with his sister Mrs V H Hobson Mr T II Collins accompanied by his mother Mrs 0 J Collins returned last week from a visit to relatives in Clay Wagers and Wm Powell left Monday to enter the Commer cial College of Kentucky University atLexingtonHon Alford of Lexington was in the city Saturday to represent the Blue Grass Traction Company in the Fiscal Court meeting Miss Kate Blaiton after spending several days with Mrs L R Blanton left Saturday to visit her sister Mre ElI Dickson at Paris The friends of Dr L J Frazee are clad to learn that he is rapidly improv ing and is able to get out a little His leg which was broken at Slaughters ville two weeks ago is still pretty sore bnt otherwise he is alright Dr H R Gibson returned last week from Berlin Germany where he spent six months in the University perfect lag hiins If in the art of surgery He says ho had a pleasant as well as a profitable trip abroad but like all good Kentucktans is glad to get back toiiie best place on earth Mr P M Pope left Monday for Cincinnati after spending the holidays at home On Monday he began his twelfth year as salesman for the Johnson Bros Hardware Company and in that time he has made scores of friends throughout his territory who always greet him with the glad hand D R Tevis Mayorelect of Richmond was here this week Mr Tevis will assume the duties of his office next Wednesday and he predicts a success ful administration as the City Council will work In harmony with him In his efforts to promote the business interests of Madison countys capital He is a relative of the Wilkorsou family of this city and is proud oi the fact that his kinsman J T Wilkerson was elected Sheriff of this countyLex ington Herald The Prandennial Club will meet with Hon R H Crooke on Friday evening Dinner at Joes at 7 oclock Class Dr A W Smith Dr Dunn Messrs W S Hume T J Smith and W S Mober ley Subject Should the munlci pality aid in the establishment of the L A workshops in this city Two new members have been added to the club this year Prof McGarvey and Mr S Neville Moberley Gov Mc dreary is Pres Mr T J Smith Y- Pres and O E Woods Se- cRELJGIOUS Mr C R Boucher the newly elected Secretary of the Young Mens Chris tian Association conducted the mens meeting at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon Dr F O Pillsbury pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church Lexington has resigned his charge to accept a call to a church at Mt Clements Michigan His resignation will take effect February 1 MATRIMONIALDAVISGirAvpsMr and Miss Mattie Graves were married at Berea last Thursday- TUILmRCARlENTEItJames Turner and Miss Fannie Carpenter both of this county were married in this city last Friday MUKPHYWIHTE Mr W F Mur phy of Indianapolis and Mfcs Susie White of this city were married here last Thursda- yMILLIOSTAPPW B Million of this county and Miss Gracie D Stapp Jessamine were married in Nichol asville last week- SIIEAREUBRUMBACgW L Shear er and Miss Eva Brumback were mar ned on Christmas day at the home of the bride in this county MooKESPica AtBrookstown last Tuesday W Scott Moores and Miss Maggie PIgg were united in marriage Rev T Q Martin officiating- GABNETTHABVEY Carlos Gar nettof this city and Miss Maude Harvey of Valley View were married at the home of the bride December 24 NOLANDPAKKE Daniel Noland and Miss Carrie Parke both of Union City were married by Rev Hugh McLuIIan at his home on Lancaster Avenue last Wednesda- yWILcOxP0Rmoofl Samuel C Wilcox of ths city and Miss Susie Portwood of Crab Orchard were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday at Lancaster DUBKUJIPARK Our community was very greatly surprised on last Wednes day when it was announced that on the following day December 20 Miss Ida Margaret Park daughter of ex Judge If W Park would be united in marriage to Dr James Carter Durrum of Clarksvilie Texas The affair had been kept so quiet only the immediate family knew of it It is useless to speak of Miss Idas many charms and virtues She was a great favorite and dearly loved by her host of friends distinguishediand comes to us highly recommended as a man of many noble qualities a leading physician of Clarksvilie a innn of laud property and a handsome city residence The ceremony was per formed by Rev Moores pastor of the- M E church South of which Miss Ida is a member The bride was at tired in u handsome gown of blue broad cloth with hat to match the Rroem in the conventional black suit As soon as the ceremony was over and congratulations were extended the coupla left for their southern home in the Lone Star State of which Dr Dur rum is a native The best wishes of their many friends follow the- mDIATHS ROWLAND Louis Rowland the 15 year old son of Mr and Mrs Leo flow land died at his home in this city Christmas morning alter a short illness of pneumonia The burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Thursday FREEMAN After a lingering illness of 1r 11 DONT BE Pains in the Back Are symptoms of a weak torpid or Stagnant condition of the kidneys or liver and are a warning it is extremely hazardous to neglect so important is a healthy nction of these organs They are commonly attended by loss of energy Jack of courage and some times by gloomy foreboding and de spondencyI In my back could not sleep and when I got op In the felt worse than the night before I began tak- Ing Hoods Sarsaparilla and now I can sleep and get up feeling rested and able to do my work I attribute my cure entirely to HOGds SArsapnrllla Maa J N PERRY care IL S Copeland Pike Road Ala Hoods Sarsaparilla and Pills Cure kidney and liver troubles relieve the back and build up tho whole system months Miss Ann Freeman was re leased from suffering by death on Christmas morning Miss Freeman bad spent the whole of a long and use ful life in our city She was one oi our nseful women who will be sorely miss ed By her removal the Presbyterian church has lost one of its most faithful and loyal members She was one of the most familiar figures in the con gregation as she was rarely eyer absent from a service A church duty was her greatest pleasure and was never neglected for other things Her cheerful presence made her a welcome guest in many homes where she went to minister to the sick and afflicted She was closely related to several prominent families ex Governor Francis of Missouri being a near relative She leaves two brothers Messrs Dave and Jack Freeman of this city and one sister Mrs Fannie Freeman Hawes New York Miss Anns death makes a vacancy which will be long felt in our town A big crowd turned out at John Turleys sale of livery stock yesterday Col Tribble was the auctioneer and everything about the stable brought good prices A Good Time Next Monday will be the first Court day of the new year and is the best time to settle your subscription or other accounts We are now located on First street and we want all of our friends to come and see us Sold Out The hardware flrm of Smith Harl ris sold out their stock yesterday to the new firm of ArbuckU and Simmons Mr Smith has been in the hardware business in this city for about twelve years and it will be with genuine re gret that his friends see him retire Situation Wanted A young man sober industrious moral and of fair education wishes a position as clerk in a mercantile house drygoods preferred reasonable compensation only demanded Best of referencee given including Mr A D Miller of the Richmond Climax Ad dress B U W care Richmond Climax ljan4w Smallest Baby Mary Agnes Johnson infant daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Bucl Johnson of this city is probably the smallest human being of her age in Kentucky She is seven months old and weighs only seven pounds and has never been ill a day in her life At her birth her weight was but little more than one pound She never cries and is always In good humorDanvtlle Advocate Over There The Winchester Democrat gives us a hint as to how they treat editors over there It says As we were about to go to press last night our whole sonled friend T L Nunan sent each of the proprietors and editor as a New Years gift a quart bottle of fine Old Barton whiskey As neither of us drink even in local option times we can assure our friend that it will be used strictly for medicinal purposes In Our New Home The CLIMAX has moved into tho new quarters anti is now located in the AIcKee building on First street With more men more room to work we are better able than ever to turn out work of the highest grade We not only have tho handsomest but we havo the most convenient office in town and we extend a cordial invitation to all of our friends to call and see us If you can not come just call up No and we will go to you Small Pox RICHMOND KyDec 26 1901 Editor Climax There is an opinion expressed that the town of Kirksville is quarantined which is not true only the infected houses arc quarantined People hav ing business in that place can go and come at will so that they do not visit the Infected houses This is written to do justice 4o the people of that place They are law abiding and am doing all in their power to aJd th health officers Under the present management no fear need prevail among the people for everything is be- Ing done to stamp out the disease- J M POYNTZ Pres Installation ot Officers White Lodge No 43 KofP will install tonight the following officers for the ensuing term A C Wells C CJ N B Tnrpiu V C F J Yea er Prelate RP Gregory M W W D Buckley M of 1 i C 0 Hooker M of E Clyde Hart K of R and S Thos Rico M oi A i Chas Jacobs I G i L T Wilson 0 G i E Berry Trustee All members are requested to bo pr sent this evening as there is business that must be transacted Suit for Back Taxes Auditors agent F Stanley Watson lisa filed information at Maysville against the Vanderbilt interests asking the Mason County Court to assess them for county and State taxation for every year sinca 1892 on their Chesa peake and Ohio railway stock yaued at 180000000 The petition sots forth that the Vanderbilts control the Mays ville and Big Sandy railroad under a ninety year lease and that it has never been listed for taxation The case is set for the March term of the Mason County Court Trial ToMorrow James Madden was arrested at Clays Ferry last Wednesday for shooting at Dillard King the night before Valen tine Towucy who was with Madden and fox whom a warrant was issued made his escape and has nut been cap tured Madden was brought to town but was afterward released on bail His trial will be held in the County Court tomorrow King claims that the two men came to his house near midnight and called him to the door When he went out they began shooting at him When he returned the fire his assailants disappeared Arbuckle and Simmons Arbuckle Simmons is the name of the hew hardware firm beginning business this morning Mr C E Douglap who has been in the hardware busi ness for nearly fifteen yearshas retired and Mr James Arbuckle takes his place The ad of the new firm will appear in our next issue Messrs Ar buckle and Simmons are both well known and popular young men and will claim a good sbareof the patron age of Madison county Mr Robert Pulley who has been with Douglas Simmons for several years will con tinue with the new firm Strange Disease Killing Cattle It is said that scores of cattle are dying in Woodford county from a disease the cause of which is a mystery Most of the cattle affected have beep fed upon corn fodder and the first theory was that they were poisoned by corn smnt which is present upon the stalks in unusually large quantities this year Another belief is that the animals died from eating too much dry feed without enough salt and water but cattle have recently died that have had access to both salt and water The farmers are at loss to know the real cause and the individual losses are beginning to be serious The Lyric Ladies So emphatic has been the success of this most admirable organization for several seasons past there is little to be said of it to enlighten except that it is constantly adding to Its strength by the infusion of new material always aiming to surpass if possible its past artistic merit Tho Lyric Ladies have sung themselves into the hearts of the people throughout America as many letters and notices attest and they stand today unrivaled by any similar organization before the publicallare cultivated soloists This attractive band will be at Masonic Temple on the evening of January 6 Dont fail to hear them A Strange Family Thomas Kelley of tile Combs neigh borhood tells the CTIMAX that ho has four pigs which have been brought up by a fox hound Several months ago the mother of the pigs was put up to fatten At the time the pigs were quite smslljand hardly able to root for themselves An old fox hound taking pity on the orphans in their distress at once became their companion anti pro tector The pigs are now well grown bet they still cling to their adoptive father The only drawback about the ktrange family is that every time Mr Kelley wants to go hunting he has to pen up the pigs to keep them from joining in the chase Some School Statistics The annual report of State Supt McChesney contains some interesting figuresDuring the past year 52000 while children and 75000 colored drew public money Of these 380000 white and 48000 colored children were enrolled in school and of these the average at tendance was 235000 white and 81000 colored much less than half the total numberTo these children cost 650 for each white child and 740 for each coloredchild It took 7600 white teachers and 1200 colored teachers The wages of the while teachers av eraged 34 per month and the colored S30 per month The County Superintendents get on and average 660 each per year C DECEIVED1IT y This warm weather will not last and you will need Bcots and Shoes for the change We have the largest and most ffes select line ot BOOTS SHOES HATS and MENS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond Now is the time to make i your Fall purchases Come early and get your choice See our Famous Queen Shoes for Women 300 4In1 heels shoes for dress shoes for street all one price 300 See the Famous Stacy Adams Shoe equal to tha best and 4aecoutl to none We bare them In all styles See our double deckera Boar in mind that we are headquarters for the Newest Things at all times in HATS NECKWEAR COLLARS and CUFFS A fulland complete line of J j MENS UNDERWEARA largo assortment of Mens and Boys Caps Dress Shirts Dress Gloves Work Shirts Work Gloves Suspenders 1 ShoertwantWE HAVE THEM i RICE ARNOLD 4 I te l1lI H f- D1j 1f a III IT I Z 1 X vi a x i c Citizens Meeting- A citizens meeting was held at the City Hall Monday night to discuss some plans to raise the S3000 necessary tosecuro the location of the car shops Mr Clarence E Woods was Chairman of the meeting Although the attend ance was not large every one present WES very enthusiastic in the cause Several plans were proposed anti die cussed It was finally docided to refer the matter to the City Council The Couqcil will meet tomorrow night when the question will be brought up and acted upon Whatever part 01 the amount required cannot be raised at once will be collected by private subscription In that way the matter will be brought before each individual and ach will have an opportunity to help tho town along by contributing a small amount to the fund which will go far toward promoting the growth and pros perity of the place Every business man and every public spirited citizen of Richmond is urged to turn out and help this enterprise along Captured the Possum Prof I C Hunt of the Walters Collegiate Institute was going home ala late hour one night last week and when crossing the stilo into the Campus he hoard a peculiar noise in the hedge His attention being attracted by it he decided to investigate What he at first supposed to be a cat to his sur prise he found was a fat greasy possum The sight of the animal brought back the memories of his boyhood days and imagining for the time tbt he was again on his native heath roaming in the piney woods of old Virginia as the temptation was too great to with stand he gave chase Brer Possum took reftge in a neighboring tree and from his pert h grinned in derision on his pursuer However It was not long before the Professors unerring brought him to the ground A worthy colored man feasted on the fat the while he longed to share the dainty morsel with Teddy The animals hide was return ed to the hunter who will probably have it mounted or at least keep it as a memento his first scalp taken on Dark and Bloody soil At Valley Forge At Valley Forge Wm L Roberts colonial drama which will be seen for the first time in this city at the Opera House where it begins a weeks engagement opening with a matinee January 8 is a play on a most interesting subject and deals with the love story of a dashing Captain of General Washing tons Continental Army and a charm ing Tory maul whose home is situated near the winter camp of the Conti nental troops at Valley Forge The dialogue is brisk and convincing and epigrammatical in its point while the comedy is brought out in an easy man ner The play is mounted in an unusually elaborate manner showing the quaint architecture and splendid woodlands which once surrounded Valley Forge and Trenton during the days of our colonial ancestors The present company is one of unusual merit and is headed by Mr William L Roberts and Miss Olive Martin who will be seen in the lending role It was presented at the Grand Atlanta Ga also at McCauleys Theatre Louisville where it scored a tremendous success The prices are 25 50 The and 1 Pathetic Appeal Here is the way the editor of the Lebanon Enterprise gets after his subscribers Dear darling delinquent Our precious subscriber in araars Do you think we have sold out and gone West to mingle with the grasshoppers No no little sugarplum we could not get away if we wanted to We are still at the old stand dishing out the Enterprise on sweet promises and bright ex pectations Theso make an excellent diet darling with a little wind pud ding flavored with a word of encour agement to serve as a desert We are waiting and watching for thee turtle dove We long to hear the sound of thy gentle footstep on the stairway below and hear the silvery ring of thy happy voice within our lonely sane tum Dear one we feel unusually sad aud lonely without you tonight We sigh for one glance of your eye and even half you owe us Dont see how we can possibly live happily without you dear Now piecrust will you come Do we hear your answer in a voice so sweet and beguiling Im coiningl or is it only the wailing wind that round our sanctum roar We pause for further development The Y MCA- The Executive Committee of the Y M e A is still making great progress in the work of organizing the Associa tion in this city Elegant rooms have been leased in the building occupied by Arbuckie Simmons and arrange ments are now being made for furnish lug hem There will be parlors reading room bath rooms class rooms etc Mr C R Boucher formerly of Owens bore has been engaged as Secretary of the Association for nxt year He IS a man of wide experience in the work and with the Committee will make a great effort tttget the affairs on a firm basis at once The Association has placed the membership fee at tie very low figure of I per year This gives the person joining the right to all the privileges of the Association including tile baths From the present outlook it seems that the membership in the city will be large Mr Boucher will not only work in town but will extend the work all throught the county As sociations will be organized at Kit ki ville Paint Lick Waco and Berea and probably in other places so that the whol county will be gathered into one field In The Toils Again Deputy Sheriff R W Colver arrived Saturday night from Nevada Mo with Cash Graves a notice of whose arrest was made in these columns last week Graves has been chased about the country for a number of years but would always make his escape before the ufficers could lay bauds on him Once before leaving the county two deputies wont to arrest him at his fathers house He had been shot in the leg a few days befoie that and was at the time confined to his bed He persuaded them to let him stay at home and gavo bond to appear in court at the proper time That was the last the officers over saw of him He left the Stale Immediately after Mr Colyer was elected Siuce going to Missouri he has married and has two little children His wife had a brother in the Philippines and it was by their correspondence that Graves was located After his arrest ho confessed to the Missouri officers to having killed a man In this county He stated that he was sent to the penitentiary for 20 years2 Ho figured prominently in the groat prison riot at Frankfort several years ago in which a number of convicts and guards were killed He managed to escape and hatOOelut large ever sircc I- We Treat You The whole Year Fancy Knit Goods Childrens Knit Hoods made of quality wool zephvr closely knit assorted solid colors 15 cents Fancy combination fleecelined Hoods closely knit stitched nil over with 311k floss at 23c each Closely knit Shawl Fashiators made of good quality wool 4in fancy border at 25 and 49c each Mens Handkerchiefs The beat 5 cent Handkerchief ever produced staple borders of Bed an 1 Blue also plain White at5c each The leader of the line Men Softest fin ished French Handkerchiefs Lam one inch hemstitched bcrder printed in tasteful polka data and Fleurdelis patterns la two color effects at lOc Silky Japanette Cloth Handkrchlefsone inch hem white initial in corner at lOc Pure Belfast Linen Handkerchiefs at Z5c 0k2Xks a i e White Quilt made of yarn in dl signs at49c each I that has just been added the line extra fine fihish 2ply yarn raised centers at 99c renumeI I jsttOWEN MCKEERickY i li k9t his confession he denied having stolen the horses ho is now chargedwith but says it was a bona fide trade lIe asked the offlcars to look after bis home and family His wife and children will come hero PAINT LICK Mr Eli Estridge has been very sick but is some better now Miss Maggie Hackly of Georgetown ia visiting Mr J B Parks Miss Browning Geiger of Danville is visiting the Misses Francis Mr and Mrs C F Higgins visited their sister Mrs Win Wallace during holidaysMr Wallace who is attending Miss Milhkina Rashness College at Lexington spent tbe holidays at home Mr Chas Kiunaird and Effie Whit lock were married last week at the residence of the brides father Mr Richard Wbitloek There are too many changes iu and around Paint Lick Our town would grow to be quite a city if ground could be bought to build No bridge is the complaint by all Thompson daughter of Mr Mr and Mrs Sobert Jennings died last week at Lancaster little children to come unto me for of such is the kingdom of Heaven Mrs Bolton Kilgore nee Fannie Parks will leave January 8 to join her husband in Texas The good of her many friends go with her and hope it wont be long before they will return to Kentucky to make their home The old year will soon be gone How have we spent it And how will we spend the new How many good resolutions have been formed and how many broken Each one of ns suould try and be better men and women and 10 all we can to advance the kingdom of God Mr John Wallace of Louisville made a flying trip home and spent Christmas day with his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Wallace Business was that lIe could not stay longer much to the regret of his many friends who met at hia home to take dinner with him Cures Rheumatism or Catarrh Through the mood Cost Nothing to Try Would yon like to get rid of that chronic or offensive catarrh forever Then take a bottle of Botanic Blood Balm which tins cured those ends of hopeless cases that had resisted doctors and patent medicine trezt ment Botanic Blood Palm B U B cures through the blood by destroying tbe poisons which causes the awful aches in bones joints shoulder blades and back swollen glands hawing spitting bad breath impaired hearing etc thus waking a perfect cure Botanic Blood Balm tested for thirty years Composed of pure Botanic Drugs Perfectly safe to take by old and young Druggists Trial treament free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe run ble and free medical advice given cured Dont give up hope but try U B B which makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the all run down tired body Bn B makes the blood red giving the skin the rich glow of perfect health 4 The jail at Mt Vernon buined and tbe only prisoner a woman was rescued Who has love In heart has spurs in his sides and wheels in his head STATE OF Ohio CITY op TOLEnO LUCAS CODOTV 6S FRANK J CHENEV makes oath that be is the senior partner of the flrm of F J CIIKXEY Jr business in the City of Toledo County and Stats DOlLARS aforesaid and that said firm will pa tarrh that cannot be cured by the us j of HALLS CATARRH CURE subscribedinmycember A D 18S6 GLEASONjsxAiJ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on tho bloo t systeajSend OiSoldHalls Family Bills are the best The kidnapers of Miss Stone havt agreed to release her for 14000 NOTICE TO CREDITORS l WashIngtonhiavingclalHagant sent aMne property Ttrifted on or b witIDarNtlHdcclm u Administrator 3 53o r I Which makes your business safe andsound For bargains such as here are found Will always help you hold your ground I Childrens Eiderdown Cloaks Fancy colored Eiderdown good weight urn over collar dged with white Angora fur linol throughout with cream colored Flannelette onof the best values ever produced was SI now 89c Cloth Cloaks in dark blue and red with Ini sailor collar apliqued in white silk braid at u and 1GO toto Itoto When in town see us When at home write us In either case well San Ton Mou ItolIto f and come to it and and t Sheer Lawn at 5c No 2131 made of Swiss cred all In very paut white chain work and patte worth t5c at lOc Swiss Handkerchiefs with of at Novelty Mufflers in popular colors of I 5QTea superior quality bleached hemmed size Reverea Spread size soft hemmed each houses Mary Suffer wishes thoroughly Quality 833 high grade Marsailles Quilts 124 size extra heavy weight large floral center patterns surrounded iv novel groupings of ferns and flowers the liandMn Quilt ever offered for the money Price Sl special il this week 299 Ask to see them i T I MRMA has made the market on Hides Skins M Bones old old 3rass Rubber Shoes and Boots Xiir and all other Junk stock there is on earth When other peopjil pay good prices Thurman can pay better prices always the Mi est buy stock on an advancing market wr will them all the CALL AND GET OUR PRICESt l 1tj4 Thurman Grocery Co A Womanly Weakness Womans desire for pretty thinK in gold silver has be pro verbial have the same leaning but they disguise Here are of fancies in gold silver for very money The quality of every piece in our stock is of guaranteed excellence LE LANE PLACE YOUR HRI TMA ORDERS FOR ft Cut flowers Wreaths Palms Ferns and Blooming Plants with Albert Reichspfarr FLORIST Phone 188 RICHMOND KY GreeDhouseaETeQbody nov27tf Most Young Menfvisions dream dreams ependentawaygoodthoyaretheThreeBond issued by +++++ 4 The Mutual t Life Insurance ttt+++ +Incontestiblo from date of issue Aninvestment itSavoatleasta andDetInUe J C BECK Jr I Special Agent Trust Bldg Richmond Ky J H Kennedy I3btrfct Aunt i Ladies Handkerchiefs nigh Grade Ilamlkerchii onehalt inch hemstitched border Hemstitched Handkerchief half soft LawBenibml around tasteful flowers leaf in well Ladles borl real lace flower designs 25c high grade English Serge size 2bat Oxford new 70x73 new to loxi nobby such rheumatism the until loch Richmond best Iron Copper Any one will your buy time Ijantf Men scores little Holly Usce i ANTITOXIN FOR SWIXE DISLVl Returns from the Board of AericttStates In the Corn Belt show nearly two hundred million dollars li UeVanx after several years of sciiimenu and study succeeded iIIgerm of swine diseases and prepa s manufacturetiDeVaux 000 hogs have been successfully tr saved by this remedy Hoss treat Antitoxin thrive better and eomriai ii price on the market than those IICThe that the iijt thtrAntitoxlnln well swine will prevent death disease and in will zaveat leastE3perccnt Inc money paid for serum and syringe Dtlmiri1oIuAntltoxnhogs to be treated One ounce vial sufficient fornix fAntitoxin Syringe W50 JcVau Company 131 Van Buren Street fhicac 2laprlyA onstration Of ValuetvIt can bo made clear to any one our methods of Dental Treatment Are far in advance of many itN Each case is considered careful y all work done skillfully anti arcirii to tie most improved methods Our Crown and Bridge Work Is perfection itself Teeth made Ivc look natural fit perfectly flL- Jsplendidlyare made frcm the hC material in the world Rubber or Zylouite 750 If J 40 years DK IIOBSON Dentist RicLnionUf Office next doorto Government B in Hobson Bldg Richmond Kf Office open all nig- htConiinissjoners Sale JP EmbryaAdmrs PI Its against J P Embrya Widow Heirs 5c Dts Notice of Sale In Equr virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sa f the Madison Circuit Court rendered a December Term thereof 1901 In theStyle cause the undersigned will on Tuesday Jan 71902 Between the hours of 2 oclock p m51oclock p mOl on the premises at or near PYCtothe following described property vii The undivided oncfourth Interest ofJj Kmbry decd In the followinglands castle and Ky sol to byChenauUUarris the twe tracts BtoMS acres and deed belnc of record in Hockcajtle County Clerks Office in Vet BOOk p IIfaacre a total of 8545 acres more or let Upon these lands is located a storchou i at or near the station otConnarKr on u L N Railway prod tOtee 1t ordered to be made and the costs hereof of tiifredgivemeat of thlJ to bars the f bearingIMerest50 said until aU the P- tiCeyIBpkt SE SCOTT dscw 1Iou c TE HAVING decided to reduce our U our stock of GLASSand tloe jit I1 f QUEENSWARE and perhaps close out this entire Iinetwe have T jv determined to take off 20 per cent on any article in this line regardless jf needingGlass fSs 4near futuretwill save 20 per cent on the investment These prices rare strictly for CASH I qIr c If you want anything special in v the way of t Fancy Groceries Clover Timothy and Blue Grass Seed CALL UP J v I t foLoCO The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 1 1902 Dr A Wilkes Smith Dentist is rr located over J B Stouffers Ittuflg Store Gfcbtf 7hi Lyric Ladies at Masonic Tem pi Monday night January C Parties having corn for sale write JVjruam Bennett Co Silver Creek Ky dec4Sw Dont forget that the Lyric Ladies wl he here to entertain you Monday Lt Hume Cooperage Company want t1 Uganda of cords of white oak staves jinl lit ading bolts 13no8w Wanted H at 0 per cent first mortgage on- rcd state Apply at this olllee It For RMt A house for rent on Water Street A y to L P Kvans at the State Bank Ii list Co Lost rair of glawos Adolph Jordan er on the ease Jleturn to this if 25detf Farm Rented Y Powell of this city has rented tlrS F Baldwin farm for the year l J ir 513240 cash For Rent Vif Livery stable now occupied by J n Turley is for rent for the year lii i l52t N B DUATHEKAGE Pound Tnlips lint on Big Hill pike last I iv week Owner can have same L Bribing property and paying forth i notice Less Wanted Hume Cooperage Company are h ii market for 1600 white oak logs tji at their office for specifications an prices ISno Sw Mew Cwporatlons iriug the year 1001 just 500 new l niions flied articles of incorpora te ia the offiri of the Secretary of at Frankfort Arrested For ShooUug tvoi Jeakinr colored was arrested an ought to j iiI Frinay for shooting- a r negro at Ilootlsville lie will t it in tHe County Court tomorrow Fr tslc tier for sAle privately a thirty fut hoer and long struko engine ing etc ready for use will sell very For particulars apply to 1If J l Clieimult or this office Jv 4f Ellistou Mill Co Estrsy- A red heifer weight about 450 lbs came to my place live mitts west of LIh1fluaon Barnes Mill pill about a flnth ago and las sinci been cared fo 11 me O a uer can have same by proving property and paying cost olfClm AUUN COKNKLISON Winchester Court J A liaiusey reports about SCO cattle c tin market and the following pli ces ui re obtained One lot 75lb Btiijijtli feeders brought 4c plain h HU 8teere3i to S90 plain steers wulit OX tu 700 pounds 3 to 3ic beif cr A good fueling provailed and a i all offerings were sold Bleed Hounds Tu KeutucUan Citlzni says Con 6u V Jc WiUtKini and Deputy Jail er James Gihttou of Paric have pur cl usel two fine blood hounds for use i raeirg and capturing criminals 1 c Jugs will arrive in about two wks Tho hounds have already been trd and ore ready fur immediate up Accidentally Killed A little BJU of JlerrilhSimms near rjae3 Gap was accidentally killed by a southbound L if freight train last Friday afternoon The boy was Branding on the switcli wotchiag th- eenR pass when u car which 11 been shunted came up be liJ him knocking him down and klang him instantly Died of Hydrcphobia Mr Nll Howard of Valley View fjund two of his bores dead lu his bra one morning last week The horses heads were mashed and their b lies otherwise bruised Several Months ago some of Mr Howards ttock were bitten bv a mad dog and it is thought that thedeathof the horses was due to the same cause- MotherlnLaw Grounds lu Louisville last week James V Hansford was granted it divorce on motherinlaw grounds The deei Rica was handed down in the suit of Ida Hangford against James W Hansford Hansford set forth in his claim thathe WM married in 1893 and hi Qud his wife lived together happily jjntil her mother went to live with them Then he eaid his happiness began to wane until disappeared entirely a tL FOR SALE Rubber Stamp outfit Cheap Call at this office Dont fail to hear the Lyric Ladles at Masonic Temple Monday night Dr Harry 31 Blanton Dentist Of lice over Middietons drug store July 17tf Corn Wanted Burnam Bennett Co Silver Creek Kr want 10000 barrels of corn write them for prices 4decSw Logs Wanted The Hume Cooperage Company are in the market for 10000 white oak logs Call at their offiro for specifications and prices 18no Sw Teeth extracted without pain 25 cents Dn IIouON Richmond Ky An Opportunity lor You On January Court day to order to make room lor he largest ihipmsnt of saddlery ever brought into Richmond I will make special prccs on all goods especially low on lap t bos boys and lucas leggins horse blankets square anti shaped Call and look for your Bolf Respectfully J T McCLIXTOCK Thb Gibson Sate J V Gibsons sale of hearrtess buggies and etc took place Monday after noon Au unusually large crowd was prosont and everything offered sold well Col D W Tribble was the ano tioncor Mr Gibson expects to move his family in a fw days to Yellman town Fayette count where ho will tu into iusilleESSanta the Sheriff Santa Claus brought Sheriff Wagers a very handsome silver badge which he will put on Monday and which we hope he will have the pleasure of wearing for the next four years On the badge is engraved J F Wagera Sheriff Madison county Ky 1021000 The Sheriff is as well pleased with the gift any child evor was with a new toy Election of Officers On December 27 the following officers were elected fOljtheemuiul term for J D Hamilton Lodge No 57S F A MfatiUnion City this county J D Bosloy W M Martin Gentry S W Elijah W aid eii J W J Gideon Toy lor Secretary j A T Chenault Tieas iirer Dennis Wolls S D Chas Wal lea J D James Bonucy S end r Election of Officers Richmond Masonic Lodge Ko 25 met iHst Friday night anti elected the following officers for the coming year J Talbott Jackson Worshipful Mas tar Allen Zaring Senior AVarden It W Sliackclford Junior Warden J A Higgins Secretary S S Parks Treasurer E D Italian lylerj John Ar nold Senior Deacon E P Clark Junior Deacon Another Gusher Tho Atlantic and Pacific Oil Com pany operating on the lUcblaud crrek in Knox county Wednesday brought in a well having a capacity estimated as high as 1000 barrels a day The oil IiI shooting luto the air and is burning fiercely The price of teases in Knox and Rockcastle counties has risen 500 per emit as a result of the strike This is the biggest well ever brought in in Knox county A Much Traveled Man The WoodfordSun eays When Mr James T Wilihoit steps down anti out of the Sheriffs Mice on January 1 nost ho will have traveled in going to and from his office during nine yeiirs incumbency as Deputy Slier id aud Sheriff an aggregatedistanco of 45810 miles or equal to a journey entirely around the earth twice AH of this traveling was done in a buggy be tween Versailles and Sheriff Willholts homo which during three years of the time vrs at Mortonsvjllc 7 miles from town and during six years near Me Cowans Ferry 9 miles from lucre Tho above table docs not include tliothpus ands of miles the Sheriff has driven during office hours in the perfoimance of official duties nor the distance tray clsd daring a months vacation lCalii orate At an average speed often pics per hour tho time he spcnti his buggy to and from his office amounted to S82 days of twelve hours cutch Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rules It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow n discount of25c per 1000 feet oh flu minating gas furnished on and after Dee 11901 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 17- 5zBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas will not bo allowed to any person who fails to pay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at tho offices or who is indebted to tho company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay tho present rate penally Vith mt exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER iLiouft Co IfoV 271001 i4j Ill Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky aprl7tL The Lvrin Ladies will be at the Masonic Temple next Monday night Coming to Richmond Prof Wli Parker President of the Industrial School at Keene Jessamine county wilt visit this city again Sun day and Monday Prof Parker comes directly from the North where ho has been laboring in the in the interest of the school at Keene Ho will deliver a series of lectures in Richmond while here in the hope that much good may be accomplished for his school Almost Completed Messrs Eailey Koener the con tractors have about completed their work on the Court House and the debris about the building is being removed The painting Is still going on and it will probably bea week or so before it is finished When the new county officers move in they will take great pleasure in feeling that they have the handsomest offices in this section Whipping Post Ncedid A little negro hoy was arrainged in the City Court Saturday on a charge of potit larceny After aninterview with tbti boy his attorney advised him to plead cuilty and pray for clemency of the Court As a result the boy was sent to jail for thirty days If it was allowable it looks like a right Rood thrashing would do the boy more good and do more towards turning him irom tho error of his way Family Scrap William Bowles and his eons Charles and William Uowles Jr got into a quarrel at their home on Station Camp in Etill county one day last week lit the liuht William Bowles Sr was fatally and his eon Charles seriously wounded by William Jr Bowles was arrested and taken to the Irvine jail H t stated that his father shot his brother Charles and then tried to shoot him and he had to shoot insetl defense Milk w MTrust Owing to the sCarcity of feed occa sioned by the drought of last summer and tho increased expense of keeping their stock the dairymen of Versailles have entered into a combine and have raised the price of milk from 20 cents to 80 cents per gallon All other dairy products aro raised proportionately It looks like there might have been more money in it aud a larger trada if they had watered the stock and kept the old price Going to Fayette- It is with great regret that the friends of Mr and Mrs Chenault Willis see them leave town Mr Willis will move his family this week to Fayette county where he will engage in the dairy business Ho has for years been one of the most successful and popular salesmen in the city and by his de parture his many friends suffer a great loss Before becoming settled in their new home Mr and Mrs Willis willspend a few weeks at Crab Orchard Removals Dr W W Eurgin has leased the residence on Lancaster Avenue formerly occupied by T C Willis and will move into it to day Mr W T Grijgs has jfcoved his family into his residence on Oak street recertly vacated by Attorney T C Lorrry Mr Lowry having decided to leave town has located at Ashland Kv where he will practice his profession He moved his family to that place last wee In Trouble Paris is beginning to have some trouble of liar own in railroad matters Several years ago when the Kentucky Midland was built from that city to Frankfort the county of Bourbon gave 10000 to holp along the enterprise in order to have a line to compete with the 13N The road was sold recently and the idea has gotten out that the L N was tho purchaser The City Council has been instructed lo investi gate the matter and if it is true to make a kick Pfcl Mitshell Resigns Prof It M Mitchell has been called to Winchester to take charge of the hand which was recently organized there He left last week with his fam ily to visit relatives in Ironton Ohio where his family will remain for the winter Prof Mitchell has resided here for several years and under his direction the Itichmond Military Band lias made much progress and has won laurels abroad as well as at homo The members of the bandr ret to seo him go as it will be no easy matter to find another lender who will in every way fill his place Failed to Get Him Deputy Sh riffTlrrll1 W nt to London Inst week to bring back Joe Rector who Is wanted here for telling whisky without Hceiue Rector was serving a term in tho jail there and owing to some misunderstanding in regard to the time ho was to serve Mr Terrill failed to get him Rector was arrested hero several months ago and boford he could bo tried the Federal Court took him In hand on a charge of coon sliming He was tried in that Court at London and sentenced to serve a terra in jail His term has expired before our Deputy Sheriff got thereIConsiders it a Dr C C Owens Superlnlendent at the State Institution for Feeble Mind ed Children at Frankfort in his report recently fiod with GovBcckbnfn has recommended the abolishment of the institution end the establishment in Its stead of a home for pauperidiots There are about 2000 pauper idiots whose maintenance is now paid for by the state at 75 per annum each Dr Owens states that as an institution of learning the present homo for feeble- minded children is a failure and the State could more cheaply and in a bet ter manner take care of the pauper idiots now cared fcr by tho counties of the State New PcsloSTce Ruling The PostolDce officials at Washing ton D C have JUST KTJTED that a subscription to any pnblisation entered as second class matter MUST BE DISCONTINUED when the timo for which it is PAID in ADVANCE has expired This means that all who are in arrears to the CLIMAX must pay up and pay in advance or we will be forced to stop tho paper If we do not stop the paper wewlli be compelled to pay double the postage making tim subscription two dollars instead ofone dollar per year It is not a matter for us to settle so it you dont want your paper to stop examine your labeland jl your subscription has expired or is about to expire you had better bring Ju or send us a dollar Tis deeds must wiar the pria an lees they fall into a lawyers band co Jin Creature Comforts FOR COLD DAYS The man who would dress comfortably for cold weather will find in our stock every article needed from a ten cent pair of Ear Muffs to a positivein our store Warm Winter Suits Moving out fast but still a big assortment for your seclection Astonishing values in Heavy Winter Suits at 500 600 656 and 800 Many are all wool and theirsuperior cannot be found in Kentucky for the price perfectfittingfashionable Sizes to fit all shapes and a competent tailor always ready to improve fit when neces saiy f Cold ProOfr Overcoats possiblehigh turn up collars at 5 86 8 10 1250 and up Warm Felt Boots Overshoes Rubber Boots Heavy Winter Shoes Comfortable Socks Caps Gloves Mufflers Warm a Work Coats r- And everything else thats good and reliable in cold weather garments Covington Bonks Headtofoot Outfitters for Men or Boys The Right Way to Begin itie New Year It is welt to begin the new year right and one right thing to do is to see that your wife has all the help possible In her heavy household work For in stance she is doing the cooking with groceries that are not firstclass aud the bread is not good looks darkthe coffee is not what it should be and all have the headache as a result of bad coffee Tho canned goods are not fit to eat and the husband blames the wife when it is his own fault lIe will buy groceries that are not fit to eat and pays the highest price for them and blames the wife for not cooking them good To make all happy aud have good bread and coffee that will make you feel like a new person the tea good and all canned goods the best and leare no cause for the husband to ask Why this inot good but have him leave the table praiillg a splendid meal When you buy your groceries from Miller Bros you ill enjoy what you pay for and cannot blame tho wife for not cooking good meals The Secret ci Long Lite Consists in keeping all the main or gnas of the body in healthy regular action and in quickly destroying deadly disease germs Bitters reg late Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work wonders in cur Ing Kidney Troubles Female Com plaints Nervous Diseases Constipa tion Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigor our health and strength always follow their use Only flOe guaranteed by Perry Thomas druggist Standard Oil dividends for this year aggregate 49 per ccntt New Century Contort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort in Buckleus Arnica Salve It kills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruises conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Elieum Boils and Felons removes Corns and Walt Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 at Perry Thomas drug store Man wants but little lucre below and that little somebody elso gets A grain of sand in time eye can cause excruciating agony A grain or pep per in place of the grain of sand inten silica the torment The pain is not confined to the organs affected Tho whole body feels the shock of that lit tie irritating particle It Is so when there la any derangament or disorder of the delicate womanly organs The disorder may seem trivial but the whole body feels it Time nervous system isdisordered There are fretful nasAl irritability sullenness and depression ol spirits The genejal health of woman depends on the local health of the organs peculiarly femin- Ine Remove the drains bearing down pains and other afflic tions of woman and time whole body feels the benefit Dr Pietces Favor- Ite Prescription is specific for the di seases that the strength of women It ia free from opium cocaine and other narcotics poisons which en ter into many other preparations for womans use It makes weak women strong and sickwometi well J B Patterson of Jamestown merchants and liptelkceper is dead Tetter SatItheaiu and Kezcma Time intense itching and amar dent to these diseases isInstantly ahaycd- by applying Chamberlains ye and Skin Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Caflys CcndUJoa Powders are just what a horse noeda when in bad condition rToaiot blood purifier and vermifuge are not but medicine sod the beet m use to put a horse in prime cowditKa Price M oesta par pacc 1c Ja Io DZTakeAll druggists refund time money if it slnatureiHo that srakes a wife takes care unless he takes care first A wise man never wants what he cant got There are Some Simple Remedies Amongtheseus should be recorded Painkiller For nppllcltiollswepecially can we recommend it for colds nndIJrnieesChri6tian PralnklllerPerry The pains of mInd surpass the pains of sense when one has no sense Dr Whites Electric Combs questionSeethe Collins building MRS ORKA C Ibm State Agent 27feblyr There is evidently electricity in a cornfield because it produces shocks Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at forMrssho rites Dr Kings New Life Pills IhadHeadache Constipation Biliousness 25c storeIJauIm Being daughters of Evo young ladies are of course partial to twilight We are All Familiar grimlycallooncry of the tortured lungs for mercy AllensLungtrouble so highly esteemed that it is recommended even in the earlier stages stagesmortalcan afford to neglect a cold A married man isnt necessarily a Hercules because he is fond of his club Makes Weak Women Strong I have takon your REMICKS PEP SIN BLOOD TONIC I know it is best Tonic ever made It will make every weak woman strong I cannot praise it enouch Mrs O D Picker LMiddletonMoney cant always make the mare go in time to lift the purse Stops the Cough and Works o2 the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No euro no pay Price 25 cents The kleptomaniac regards things from an abstract point of view Finds way to Live Long The startling announcement of a Dis covery that will surely lengthen life is made by editor 0 H Downey of Chu rubusco Ind I wish to state he writes thatDr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is the most in remedy that I have ever known for Coughs Colds and Grip Its in valuable to people with weak lungs Hain this wonderful medicine no one orConsumpUonIts Perrv Thomns druggist Guarantee every jOe and 100 bottlo nod give trial bottles free South Carolina is producing tea that sells at 12 per pound Pf Thlsnveis II S5SY btb rssiuimi Ltxaive BIDMOQUHMOC a Cs rab t i Busy t Bee i ++ t++ + + + t+ 0 j c JUJ ct jCf C coLLJ j Luc lJJ Cf jQJ f+ StrictlyCash irot OF All the Eastern and Western cities in eluding New York and Chicago is represented in the beautiful New Stock that is arriving daily at THE II f t 4 t BUSY BEE CASH STORE Andevery preparation is being made for a great Fall Business YjNHE Buyers for our four large stores have returned from the Eastern markets and the trans rfer wagons are kept busy unloading the carloads of boxes and bales of NEW FALL t1 GOODS The new fall andwinter 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 IWe Sell for Cash I And this alone enables us to offer values that will be new to the people in our city and county Anyone may have newspaper space and appeal to the eye with showy advertisements Not everyone 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 Goods Silks and Trimmings- We are showing all the Fabrics in Dress Goods that are in favor this season All the colors and blacks are represented in our Dress Goods Department every weave from plain and figured Jaquads to the finest Imported Kerseys Our Golf Goods and heavy weight stuff for Pedestrian Skirts will be the talk of the town You can buy nice woolen dress goods from us as low as I4c per yd on up to highclass stuff worth 3 4 and 5 dollars per yd Come early and take your pck Our Silks Dress Trimmins 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 Plan neletts New Waist Materials Eastlake Cheviots Percales Calicoes Ginghams and many Fall Fabrics suitable for wrappers dresses etc And our prices on all this stuff will be so low that you will wonder how we got them for you ENERGETIC uptodate cash buyers with bullion to back them can work miracles ard the LOW PRICES we are naming on goods this fall is all due to this cause COUR SPACE J SHOES Will not permit us to quote prices on goods in our Domestic Department Suffice it to say that we are naming prices in this Department that not only meet but beat any prices you will have quoted you else where Brown Cotton Bleach Cotton Calicoes Canton Flannel Jeans Boys Cassimers Apron Ginghams and everything known to the Domestic Department will be found here Nothing has escaped the eagle eyes of our buyers and not a single good thing has been passed up Never before have we been able to offer such values Our buyers BOOTShaue certainly made their money talk in buying this stock of Shoes and Boots We are offering good solid Boots and Shoes for Fall and Winter wear at absolutely less than they can be manufactured for Money talks in buying shoes Lot after lot were picked out by our shrewd buyei s and cold cash planked down for them until we had all and more too than our store could hold Come and Boot up and Shoe up your entire family with less money than it will cost to buy a pair or two elsewhere We offer no shoddy stuff our goods are reliable uptodate firstclass stuff Money refunded with each and every shoddy pair purchased from us The very best manufacturers 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 znd Fine Boots Childrens Shoes of all kinds and all go at prices that are a death blow to competition AND NOW FOR THE CLOTHING Here where we knock em out Competition is found to take a backseat when they butt up against our Clothing Stock Our buyers went up against the Clothing market just like there never would be any more clothing to buy but they couldnt help it they made offers for stack stack of clothinfi for cashdown and their offers were accepted We have the clothing bought at our own price You get it for just about onehalf what it would cost you in regular houses Mens Boys Youths and Childrens Nobby Fall Suits Overcoats Odd Pants Odd Vests Odd Coats and everything to be had in a first clasH clothing house are being shown in this department Our Childrens Suits from 98c up to our elegant suits are creating quite a sensation our Mens Cassimere Suits at 298 are as good as can be bought for 5 and 6 dollars elsewhere Our Nobby Suits for Men and Boys prices from So to 850 and 1250 are worth double the price afked for them Our prices on all coats will be a treat to everybody Call and see them JacK aJ Gaps ad Tailorsaie Skills This is our banner department We are showing all the new styles in Jackets and Wraps the short Jackets the threequarter lengths the long 42inch Jackets are all to be seen here Curators Browns Oxfords and Tans are the leading colors this season Our buyers bought heavy in this department They closed out several eastern sample lots of now uptodate garments at prices that will enable us to sell fine Cloaksand upto date garmentsI at about half prico until these lots are cleaned in line and follow the 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 ladies Pedestrian Skirt is the new skirt for this season TheI have a beautiful lino of them in all the new Call anti see them and save paying high prices for upto late Tailor made Skirts ARE looking through our mTOil other departments admiring the pretty new thingand won dering how we can afford to name such low prices on them Dont forget to take a peep into our Carpet and Lace Curtain Departments are headquarters for these goods We are sole agents for rea a etY5 And have just received large shipment of them in all tho n 3w styles Try au American Lady Corset and you will want no other OUR UNDERWEAR Department is clinch full of the very best things In BoysOurprice 25c are being sold at double tho price at other stores Our Mens fleecedlined vests and pants price care a wonder for value You can got anything you want in our Underwear Department rE ARE showing many new novelties in ou- r9ljIi HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Our Ill upto date and our prices In HosIery willbe pleasing to you Our Childrens Hoisery is the best select ed lot we have ever had and our Misses and Ladies Hose and Mens Sox are the tolks of the town Call and see then We are naming prices on Mens Furnishing Goods Shirts Collars Neckwear Handkerchiefs giviugthinu Wncn It Raini Zp Set Ot Your Bowl We carrv everything yon want in small wares Notions ole ur buyers spent whole days in the Notion I Department and nothing new and pretty escaped their eyes Yb Ii are showing numerous pretty new things in Jewelry and Notions Call and see Blankets arid 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 stuff We ore selling good 104 size White Blankets and Gray Blankets with beautiful blue pink and borders for 48c each Our Comforts run in price from 49c to 498 Our 49c Comfort is a hummer good size and good quality You will be shown beautiful patterns in French Satteen Comforts and Iderdowns We can set you up for housekeeping in Department Blankets Comforts Sheets Pillow Cases White Spreads and these can be had here Call and see them youLcash for them and sell them for cash Then you dont pay for other peoples bad debts Your money talks OUR MOTTO Underbuy Undersell Cash down when goods I are delivered Thanking you for past patronage and extending to you an earnestinvitation to call and seejps and make our house your home while in the city we are very respt 1W D OLDHAM COMPANY LIF WE PLEASE YOJJ TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US c S i + +++ 1 t t Cash J t Store o lc 1I toLouini1l t1tic Railro DAILY EX SUNDAY I JlRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND ForVeraallleaLAwrrncebUrIIShellllosamI and Cincinnati For Inlne llSlam For Millers Creek S0upm TIIAIN3 AUIUVS niCHMOXO From Ix nlttIIle Lexington and 1151 im tKpjaFromFrom Millers Creek S3Oam C M BROWNING 0 n MIr t Go to D P ARMERS for t the largest stock and lowest Ii prices in Jewelry Line octisnw LIVES ARE SAVED IMORE BY usrxo DiscoveryIConsumption Ccughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Jiesiodies Combined This worderful medicine positively curss Consumption Cough Cotdc f chilis Asthma Pneumonia Hay I rPeurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness i Throat Group and Whooping C gh fO CURE RQPAY rrfco roe 1 Trial Bottle Frag BEST because John 1YljL tOL We bave just opened a NEW on Aspen Avenue and are prepared to furnish the best Coal at the We the celebrated Beatty ville Coal which has uo equal on the Prompt ser vice full weight Give us call Co1- rbno OIJ 1St JACK FREEMAN Mgr octl612vr Pittsburg Central Stock Yards Pittsburg Pa PR R IOffer Superior Advantage to Shippers ettYards have been enlarged and rearranged It It the nearest point to the Eastern market Utst distributing point East of the Mississippi for Baltimore Philadelphia Now York nnd all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock- Consiguwents for Commission firms given prompt attention Horse Sales Week DayjQDau Simon ODonndl Mgr 181ecly Tin SonUun Ihlrol Moil OB I OF LEXINGTON KY I The Giant investment of the South LIVING BENEFITS paysIThe Company is neatly S years old and has a greater LifelusurancuThe Amount Paid in Living Benefits 562 OOO 365000r life thIs Company cHcrs special advantages mH BOWMANSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent llichmond Ky I C F K BAIRD Sec and Treas I1MM WARE General J ahi k1can Gurnty urety Ca Incorporated IL Offers you the best INVESTMENT LOnthe Market J The it I I ewiII make you the f Most Money President President Attorney l ti ALI COAL YARD lowest price handle ottil1o Washing Private Every Gent PAYS SMITH ManagerV CONTRACT It is BEST because Ithere is no high ratio for business on Books it It jires LESS money to com plete an Investment in The Jefferson than in other Company jT JtfIf cLIOME OFICEc 22 N Upper St LEXINGTON KY r rThe Mutual Life Insurance Co OF KENTUCKY KentuckyVORGANIZED IN 1866 Goo W Morris President Joseph Pettus Treas DirDavid4 tJItAdmittedDIRECTORS S Uco W Morris WVSV Hue Vice SecretaryJoseph DirectorGOThomas K Gordon Attorney- S J Mclfenry CaplialistI italistI IiIIIIaicI- market a an 3 tw- J our req any No t P FirstNationalAttilla Cox President Columbia Finance and Trnst Co John TrustkSafetvM JTIdoon Pros Monument Marble Works Chas V Esmonds Treas Louisville Tin Stove Co I J C Becky Jri Special AgentStatBa VVVV k Ttco i BETTER THAN OURS Commander Clover Expresses Opinion Regarding Foreign Navies United Stnte Naval Attache of Lon don Says Oar Country Mnke a Mlitnkc In Thlnklnc IVe Stand Any Show In Case of War Commander Richardson Clover United States naval attache at Lon don reached Washington the other day and called at the navy depart ment lie expressed some interesting views which are quite likely to attract considerable attention at home and abroad He is among the best informed officers on naval matters in Europe He said that the British naval force is much stronger than anybody has any idea of and that our own navy Is in comparison with most of the European naval powers greatly inferior and of prac tically little consequence The habit in Great Britain is to berate and belittle the navy of that country and this policy is in fact encouraged by the British admiralty It serves to deceive foreign observers in regard to what is being done and as to the navys real efficiency The British navy is equal in stra tegic strength to any other two con tinental powers who make any pre tense to supporting navies I have known the admiralty to employ placard men to parade the streets making comparisons of navies to the detriment of the British service This excites popular apprehension and interest in that subject It has had this effect There are no serious defects in the British navy Of course they have their troubles but they do not amount to anything and the naval authorities do not get into any such distressed frame of mind described by the daily papers The navyjeague over there and the press seem to be party to the great conspiracy Our policy is quite different We are willing to rest content with what we have and have led ourselves into thinking that we amount to some thing as a naval power We would stand no show at all in a conflict with most of the European nations and we ought to get over the absurd notion we have in regard to our in vulnerability The English deprecate their prowess while we exaggerate our own At the same time we do not fool the foreigners who know us for just what we are DOUBLE LENGTH DAY Sir Robert hail the Aatronomer Sny It Will lie nealled In Sixty Million Year Sixty million years hence accord ing to Sir Robert Ball the famous astronomer day will be about twice as long as it is now or in other words it will take the earth approx imately 48 hours to revolve on its axis instead of 24 This is based upon the theory that an equal num ber of years ago the day was only half as long as it is now Sir Robert Ball gave a lecture in Studebaker hall Chicago the other night under the direction of the UnI- versity of Chicago Lecture associa tion taking for his subject Time and Tide He began with a story dealing with a period earlier than history earlier than life telling of the changes which time and tide have wrought and the manner in which the tides were increasing the length of the day He described the chasms on the moon the picturesque views of the satellite and gave nn explanation of the constancy of that planet He re cited the succession of life on this globe and gave a glimpse through the corridors of time describing the mighty Atlantosaurus the birth of the moon and dawn of light and a sample of what the earth was once like Drnpr for III Own Body John A Carlson of Dollar Bay Mich disappeared several days ago and his valise being found on Mineral Range wharf suspicions of suicide were aroused Mayor Scott of Hancock secured grappling irons and repairing to the scene of the supposed drowning got a bystander to assist in the search and after half an hours work the new man became sufficiently interested to ask who was drowned Fellow named Carbon said the mayor Whats his first name was the query John A was the answer Im John A Carlson said the assistant Just come back for my satchel when you hired me The search was stopped and the mayor handed Carlson one dol lar for helping to search for his own body A Theatrical Ventures Company A most curious development in modern theatrical business has been shown by the announcement of the formation of a limited liability company called Theatrical Ventures with a capital stock of 10000 divided into one pound shares of which about onethird have been subscribed says the London correspondent of the New York Times The directors are all theater ticket sellers or librarians as they call themselves in London The company proposes to produce plays and comic operas but the sole present assets seems to be the new Audran operetta LElevent de Toleadad which represents an investment of 3000 When It Become Scrloum Matter As to the Indiana woman of 50 who has sued for damages on account of breach of promise of marriage there is no occasion for mirth says the Chi cago Tribune It is a serious matter to a woman of that age The duel in the dark was a favor ite with duelists Two men were locked in a dark room and crawled stealthily from corner to comer until some false step made one of targetfor blade Life is a duel in the dark with disease One false step one mistake suddenTheway for an attack by disease is neglect troubleWhenness belchiogs sour or bitter risings stomachThe Medicalstomach and other organs of digestion bodystrongI was uflcisr very much with my head and WeldouShelby hackCouldthingS there seemed to be a in Yetyoftenate I was in a bad condition I took our bot nryandnow well and heart I f el like a new woman allIany benelit as I could see Dr Piercea Common Sense Medical Adviser k sent free on of stamps to pay expense of mailing only 21 tMulpliocuepapec 1Jookec 31 Mtc for tM cloth IAil VJ c1Biislo1 flrl I FOUR YEARS OBLIVIOH Mississippi Lawyer Loses HIo Memory la 1807 and Awakes to FladIIllmscH In Canada As curious a case of memory lost and found as has ever been encountered in Canada has developed in New Westminster City 12 miles from Vancouver B C Tuesday last a coarsely dressed man of 35 years entered Dr Kendalls office The visitor said he wanted to know the year the date and other things He had been a practicing law yer he said in Aberdeen Miss and left his home on August 21 1897 to go to his office Then all was a blank un til awakening as it were froma dream he found himself standingin the street opposite the doctors office He examined his calloused hands with curious surprise Investigation disclosed that he had for several years been working as a longshoreman on the Frazer river un der a name that now carries to him not the least significance Dr Kendall being fully impressed with the truth of the visitors strange story called into consultation Dr Boggs and careful in quiry into each detailavailable of the strange case of lapsed memory was carefully presented in sequence in a paper reviewing the facts and read be fore the Medical association in conven tion in New Westminster the other nightThe subject did not attend He had once more disappeared and explained in a confidential note to Dr Kendall that he feared the inevitable publicity that he must now excite On coming to himself on Tuesday at Dr Kendalls he first asked what town he was in and on being told New Westminster he gazed in amazement asking what part of Mississippi it was in He was in formed that it was in Canada andon the Pacific coast and became yet more bewilderedStrong astounded to learn that President McKinley had been elected for a second term and had since been assassinatedand that President noose velt was holding the reins of power He was equally surprised to learn of the SpanishAmerican and the Boer British wars Strong gave the names of several relatives in Mississippi and an uncle has been telegraphed to HIGHSCHOOL GIRLS ON JURY Nine of Them Will Try n Pretty C1au junta In Omaha on Charge of Pilfering A jury of nine girls in the Omaha high school has been appointed by the faculty to try one of their class mates for pilfering It will take the testimonyweigh the evidence decide as to the guilt or innocence of the accused and if a verdict of guilty is found fix the punishment to be im posed all with the sanction and approval of the teachers at the school The pupil to be tried is a handsome girl of 16 and is said to be of good family Her identity is known to only a few of the elect and the se cret ot it is closely guarded Preliminary to the appointment of the jury some clever detective work was done by the girls who have been the sufferers by the thefts- A month ago a jury of nine male pupils at this same school was appointed to try three pupils for pilfering The verdict was guilty and the leader of the delinquents was de graded from his position in the High School Cadet corps and together with the other two was compelled to remain after hours every day for a month Another penalty which they are also paying but which was not intended by the jury is that of being ostracised by their classmates and former friends They are not allowed to participate in any of the sports of the school and are passed without recognition on the streets and on the playgrounds Tablet on Memorial Spot A bronze tablet now marks the spot where the body of the late pres ident McKinley lay in state in But falo in the lower corridor of the city hall The inscription on it is as follows HERE LAY IN STATE I THE BODY OF WILLIAM MKINLEY PRESIDENT OF THE I UNITED STATES SEPTEMBER Fortyfive stars form the border of the tablet and the letters are cut in to the bronze to the depth of three eighths of an inch Better Quarter for Actor M Carre manager of the Opera Comique Paris has demanded bet ter accommodations for his artists The stage dressing rooms of the Opera Comique arc so small that no emergency exits could be provided for escape of the personnel in case of fire M Carre urges the purchase of an adjoining house looking on the Boulevard des Italienes The re porter of the budget is willing to al lot 500000 for the needful acquIsi- tion and changes Silver Punch Bowl for Lipton The guests who were entertained by Sir Thomas Lipton on the yacht Erin are sending him a silver punch bowl and tray as a Christmas present Tile tray bears the following inscription SIR THOMAS LIPTON CHRISTMAS GREETING From a few American friends I guests on board the Erin during the International yacht race Culinary Ileclile iie A Kansas paper advises that turkeys be cooked with their breasts turned to the bottom of the pan How prone as itwere says the Chicago Tribune some men are to meddle in kitchen affairs Children Especially Liable Burns bruises and cuts are extreme Iy painful and if neglected often re suit in blood poisoning Children are especially liable to such mishaps be cause not so careful As a remedy le unequalledsoon heals the wound Beware of counterfeits Sure cure for piles De mybabysave her up writes James Mock N Webster Ind The sores were no bad sho soiled two to five dresses a dafl Penny THOMAS Women are curious about everything men are curious only about women A Good Congl Medicine IFrom the Gazette Toowoomba Australia I find Chamberlains Cough Ttcmedv an excellent medicine I have been suffering from a Severe cough for the lust two months and it baa effected a cure I Intro great pleasure in recom mending itW C Wockner This is the opinion of one of oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and to benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is sold by Stockton La Hasan lldeclm The man who is clothed in his own righteousness ipnt always such a warm proposition partyhut tearedIand Diarrhoea Hemedy will put you in condition for the party I hOIljhta4 sayIngthatpartyMVrSIl byStovW1san iiV r 16 0 J i MISS RAYS WEDDING Secretary of States Daughter to Become Wife of Mr Whitney Ceremony Set for Veirunry 0 to De One of the Social Event of the Washington Season Elegant Presents Secretary and Mrs Hay have an nounced February as the date of the marriage of their daughter Miss Helen Hay to Mr Payne Whitney of New York The ceremony will take place at the Church of the Covenant on Connecticut avenue Dr Hamlin pastor of the church officiat ing assisted by a number of other ministers of the Presbyterian church Miss Hay will be given away by her father Secretary Hay and will have as bridesmaids her sister Miss Alice Hay and the sister of the groom Miss Dorothy Whitney The eight ushers will be selected from the New York friends of Mr Whitney and the name of his best man is not yet Trays wedding gown will be oi rich white duchess satin and she will wear a bridal veil of tulle Several hundred guests including the presi dent and his family the cabinet su preme court officers of the army and navy and their wives the diplomatic corps and a large contingent from New York and Washington society in private life as well as from official circles will witness the marriage at the church A breakfast will be served at the preslIonly guests besides the members of the Hay and Whitney families The bridal couple will at once leave Wash ington for Thomasville Ga After a months stay there they will return to Washington and in April will sail for an extended trip abroad Most of the summer will be spent in cruis lag about in Mr Whitneys yacht one of the wedding gifts of his uncle A New York residence is also among the gifts of the grooms uncle The gifts will outrival those of the Pnunccfotc or Corbin wedding the most lavish gifts coming from the relatives of the groom nnd the diplo mats so long and pleasantly connect ed with Secretary Hay TOWN BARS CONSUMPTIVES Liberty N Y Talcrs Step to Prevent Patients from Ruining neim- til Ion of Town The board of health of Liberty Sul livan county N Y has come to the conclusion that the reputation of the place as a summer resort is being in jured by the presence of the thousands of consumptives seeking cures there Numerous sauitariums have sprung up within the last few years and all these are to be banished The board has passed an ordinance placing consumption in the same class with smallpox scarlet fever diphthe ria and other contagious diseases and prohibiting any hospital or sanitarium for consumptives within the village limitsViolation of the ordinance is punishable by a fine of 50 for the first offense and for each subsequent of ense the penalty is discretionary T ith the board but not to exceed 100 The ordinance does not affect the Loomis sanitarium which is several miles from the village but the propri etors of the numerous smaller institu tions where consumptives are re ceiving treatment have hauled down their sigas There arc now about 1000 consumptives receiving treatment in the village a majority of them from New York city Dig Python Swallow Goat The big male python at the Cin cinnatizoo swallowed a goat the other night The snake had not been fed for several weeks and it was feared it was trying to starve itself to death At dusk Keeper Edward Coin thrust a goodsized goat into the cage The python which had remained coiled in a corner gradually began to show signs of life and slow ly worked its way to the goat When within a few feet of the animal it made a lunge grabbing time animals head in its huge mouth It required ten minutes to swallow the goat In the meantime the pythons female companion devoured two rabbits Free Stall Dose for Farmer Representative Henry C Smith of Michigan is in favor of furnishing rural free mail boxes without cost to the farmers exactly as the letter boxes are furnished in the cities He has presented a bill providing for free uniform boxes in place of those now in use the design to be approved by the postmaster general The pro posed measure provides for a heavy willfullyIdestroy any box selected by the post master general for the safe deposit of mail matter Hold Thieves Steal Cannon Bold thieves hare just made an odd haul from the chateau de Perignon Paris For nearly a century the im mense cannon were the glory and or nament of the lawn before the chateau A few nights ago these were carried off The only trace of the captors are heavy wagon tracks and marks of a temporary derrick used to hoist the loot Sot to lie Midway Attraction King Chulalunkorn of Siam is pre paring to 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