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I THE RICHMOND CLIMAXJ VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 1903 PHONE 80 E C Get YourMoneys r lackey Hamilton e Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your piivilege to profit by them ==c But Facts From Such is not the ease We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry andFactoriesprices Our Dress Goods Department is now complete with all the newest things in Black Goods and Novelties ft See our Line of Fancy Waistings mt I Velvets Oxfords etc from I 25c to J Per Yard Quality and Price will please you eHi hest andBoysfr Every to for rUt for Make y nr own IlrlcA Hnil wf hv a Pont t fit von Th fur We vou happy to Lackey HamiltonC- or and jf Richmond Banking Paint Tire practical painter says you can on PittonsSunProof because j1 saves the cott of at legist one paint nf 1e0 i r i li a L 0 tli h f I Be sure our Line of and Before The Style Style Mie Childrens ShopsI4RiP Men Youths tImnev make Yours Please Main First Streets on bank Paint f Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats ioi5 f the mont dunMe materials pejt v hiuprwved uuctiinery It is the spread P JngvK uspeiat liu Use molt brilliant lasting nhlar uarwneed to wear for flue yrs Send for book of flb krtge Advice to f PAINT C ake St Milwaukee C FOR SALE BY ek G ecrge M Willging sllPoper Gloss sJ D a U 4t O W EVANS JU j A IV Firm fit t 7k i f vock of Goods f beautiful n xr store s r Is will suitI Jtv =Vs old stand on nrrnteethe best p call9 a g Cr tcher Evans I Main Street Richmond Ky CO riTTf la asStf 7 l 16 Row rtll 5howin Bofh DISk lnd ShOeJ- EaIcANL SEEDING MACHINE p see Cloaks Furs making your Selection Inilips mid Shoes Rnvs linst will Kentucky best sad awl Ptui and free WIm me LI KentucKyDisK f inlerchnr cable iKsR orSilo ALL SIZES F J S OR SHOES WIth or wi Grass SctJ Grit PrcKA Besrii to Disks 9A used lat IctsatislactkiVrtect C ag mal cplco InsuresIOOdCroPfSend for pigNo SSO COI WINES DRUG STORE Worth Lowest Prices Every Quality Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to Hnnotinde Hon D I forCOllgresKofDen10cralicsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R ittorliryparty HCuoOKJsubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic Iary- FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W MadisoCouiity authorized to announce B B Million suIJectFOR JAILER JVeareauthoritl d toannounceFJ PER 01MadlsoncountyDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C 1IIadioonCountycratic party We ure authorized to announce N B JONES sublectVe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbjectROSat to the action of the Demcatic party We are authorized to announce MORGAN Madisoncounty are authorized to announce PETER G IadlsollCOUlltyparty NIAKESactionIIfJKENNEDYuntysublect nUCIIOHSOOonnty subject to the action of the Democratic Party e are authorize to announce J R PARKE coutsubject TERRILlounty subject to the action of the Democraticarty We are authorized to nnnounce W T Madisoncountytic COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN iuticHctlon of the Democratic party We lIre authorized to announce BEN F ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party JoltNOLAN totheFOR ASSESSOR lsIofsor 0 to the action of the Democratic art authorized to announce BUD DUNN OnllYIFGOLDENcounty Kiiliject to the action of the Demo erotic party A Frightened Horse streetdumpinother accidents art everytIa occur renoes It everybody to l ave relinhlp salve hastily and then V none fts good an Bncklfiiin Arnlcn Salve Burns cntanores eczema nnd piles disappear quickly under Its fiootinK eflVct 25c at any druu store 1m Japanese is the latest language to be added to the list at the University ol nricacro Revolution Imminen- tAA sigh of approaching revolt anti cerion trouble in vntir syStem nervousness1 slefiolesless or stom ach lipRets Electric Hitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to lone the Moimich regulate tha kidneys and clsriCythpparticularly and all the usual attend IrJ aches vanish under its smrdilng and thorough nffactiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that Is return if it dont give perfect satisfaction Guaranteed by druggists 1m 4 Iinteresting Kentucky Items CAPT ESTATE Agreement Reached Between Attor neys For the Legatees Louisville Ky Nov 25By an agreement reached Tuesday between attorneys representing the legatees the estate of the late Capt W F Norton will be divided according to the law of California Capt Norton before his death became a citizen of California and his will was drawn there By his will nearly the whole of the estate was left to the Baptist orphans home of this city The point was raised that the California law prohibited the distribution of more than onethird of a testators estate among charitable institutions The attorney for the tlst orphans home admitted at theI conference Tuesday that the nia statute governed The orphans home will accordingly receive but 120000 Instead of 400000 as the will devised The remainder will be divided among Capt Nortons next kin FOUND FOUR SKELETONS They Were Lying Side By Side a Few Feet Below the Surface Petersburg Ky Nov 25Workmen SonsIa came across lying side by aide a few feet below the surface of the ground They were care fully removed to the sidewalk and were there viewed by hundreds of per sons It is not known what dlsposl tlon the authorities will mako of the doesiterious disappearances and the only areIAUDITORIUM PROPERTY Unsuccessful Effort to Place the Collj scum Upon the Site Louisville Ky Nov 25Brent Al- theler Tuesday transferred back to the theieratlon of 1 This Is the last step in winding up the unsuccessful effort to place the Coliseum upon the site of the Auditorium at Fourth avenue and Hill street and Is believed to preclude any possibility of Louisville making a bid for either of the national conventions Drank a Quart of Whisky Fullerton Ky Nov 25 Stephen Gammon a weak minded farmer died of paralysis caused by drinking a quart of whisky He sat In the vii lage store with a group of men and saying be was thirsty drained the bottle to the last drop In a few minutes he fell to the floor speechless and unable to move a muscle Six Firemen DismissedjLouisville Ky son of the flre department dismissed six firemen for refusing to testify at the hearing of the men charged with looting during the progress of the old Masonic temple fire The five men directly charged with looting will be tried Wednesday by the board of safety Andrew Reichert Pleaded Guilty Owensboro Ky 25Andrew Reich ert a prominent tobacco manufacturer of Henderson Ky pleaded guilty to a charge of sending obscene letters to a society belle of Henderson and was fined 1500 by Judge Evans in tho United States court here An Additional Mail Car Lexington Ky Nov 25lt was of ficlally stated here that the post office department had ordered that on and after January 1 next two mall car will be attached to No 1 the southbound passenger train of the Cinch nati Southern railway A Splinter Caused Death Georgetown Ky Nov 25 Wijgus Dennis a young son of Warren Den nls two weeks ago stuck a splinter in his hand while vaulting a board fence for a ball No serious Injury was at first apparent but the boy died of tetanus Monday Blinding Snow Storm at Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 25There was a decided change in the temperature Tuesday afternoon It fell nearly to freezing At 10 oclock Tuesday night- a blinding snow storm began and in 15 minutes the ground was thoroughly covered Killed a Large Pelican Petersburg Ky Nov 25 Richard McGraw United States storekeeper at the Boone CQunty distillery shot and killed a pelican on the Ohio river It measured nine feet from tip to tip of Its wings and weighed 30 pounds Killed By a Fall Covington Ky Nov 25JohnWorthington an aged Negro fell from a footbridge and was found unconscious in the L N yards at Central Covington He was taken to St Eliza beths hospital where be died Names a Covlngton Man Frankfort Ky Nov 25Qov Beck ham Tuesday appointed R C Simmons of Covington as special circuit judge of the Boone county circuit court to try the caso of Charles Rob erta against Clore and others The Howard Murder Case Frankfort Ky Nov 25By agreement of counsel in the case the court of appeals Tuesday continued the Jim Howard murder case for oral argument until the third day of the January 1S04 term of court Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears iipainst the continual recom meiidation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if licit ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beallof Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wire hade y cry sympton of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improve ment cattle at one and four bottles en tirely cured liter Quaianteed by all drugeisU Price 50c and Trial Lotties free 1m No species of flower showemore than two of the throe colors red yellow blueNeglected olc1s make tat graveyards Dr Woods Norway Pine S rup helps men and women to a happy vigorous age lin A copy of Hawthornes rarest book Fanshawe was told ia Boston recently for 050 THE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE iJIMCROW CARS ofFor Failure To Provide Them Inter urban Company Is Liable to Fine Paris Ky Nov 26on aCtount at railure to provide Jim Crow cars the ParisLexington Interurban Co studs to be fined 180000 Y Alex ander president of the company was summoned before the Bourbon county grand Jury Wednesday and Immediate ly sfpr leaving the jury room he had- a colored compartment constructed in each of the cars The maximum fine that can be imposed for each offenses 500 Eighteen runs have been made a day for the twenty days the line has been In operation The Kentucky court of appeals has decided that electric interurban lines and railroads are subject to provisions of law requiring colored compartments It is un deritood the Bourbon grand jury will agree to return only one indictment a Bndmum fine under It IVERDICT OF GUILTY Schlltzbaum Goes Tothe Penitentiary For One Year IHartford Ky Nov 2GThe jury In the Schlitzbaum cases Wednesday re turned a verdict of guilty and fixing the punishment at one year in the pen emirailroad of which he was agent at FordsvilleThe embezzlement was In connection with the reported consplr acy of Schlitzbaum and J W Boatner to defraud the American Express Co lout of 28000 Boatner Is yet to bo L trled Kicked To Death by a Horsea 26JohnItween Gainesville Allen county and this city was kicked by one of his horses and killed He was on his way home from Bowling Green and only a few hours before had told a friend he daysiduriDgFive Buildings At Dixon Burned Dixon Ky Nov 26Fire broke out In a small grocery and destroyed four buildings belonging to John G Jenkins one of which was occupied by the post office and also Drury Park ers store and entire stock of groceries The total loss is about 3500 with 1000 insurance The origin of the tire is unknown Louisville Firemen Discharged Louisville Ky Nov 26Five men bers of the Louisville fire department were dismissed Wednesday for conduct unbecoming firemen in connection with the Masonic Temple fire This makes a total of 11 firemen dismissed by the board and ends the investlga tlon for the present Woods On Fire Near Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 28The woods on the Hinklevillo road about half a mile back of this city are on fire and a large tract of timber Is threatened with ruin Fencing and barns are in danger The fire originated in a mass of dry leaves and the flames are burt ing briskly Constable Dunn Was Acquitted Campt n Ky Nov 2GR A Dunn a constable of this county who shot Tom Sharpe at Lee City this county while attempting to make an arrest was given an examining trial before Ellas Shockey a justice of the peace and was acquitted Found Dead In Bed Owensboro Ky Nov 26Logan rSmith one of the most prominent and popular businessmen in the city was found dead In his bed by his son Arch Smith Mr Smith was seized with acute Indigestion but was thought to have recovered Serious Charge Against Them Mayking Ky Nov 26Mrs James Garrett 50 and her daughter Miss Pattie Garrett 16 went on trial In the Letcher circuit court at Whltesburg Wednesday on a charge of scalding to death Jason L Craft at Craftsvllla last February Admitted To Ball Lagrange Ky Nov 26W P Kel ly Morris Kelly Luclen Wheeler and Charles Wheeler under indictment In connection with the murder of Jack Warfield on May 1 1903 were allowed ball in the sum of 2000 each which they gave Union Bricklayers Strike RussellvIHe Ky Nov 26The union bricklayers who have been at work on the new opera house struck They run out of brick haveI manded pay for time lost It Is thought that the matter will be settled satisfac torily The Tar Springs Sold Hardlnsburg Ky Nov 26The Tar Springs were sold at Commissioners sale here to R R Williams of Evans Tills Ind for 4500 The property was sold in 1901 for 1000 but the court of appeals ordered another sale Woman a Bankrupt Louisville Ky Nov 26Mrs Leah Heitzman filed a petition in bank ruptcy listing her liabilities at 26517 with assets 12540 Mrs Heitzman conducted dry goods store in Madison vllle Ky and Bonham TeL IOIlCempany Nov Incorporated 26The artl of the Munroe Mineral Co were filed in the Kenton county clerks orne eThe capital stock Is 200000 Pope Plus X has ordered spectacle from a Dublin optician iKENTUCKY UNIVERSITY WON The Riot Which Was Expected Failed to Materialize Lexington Ky Nov 27The riot which was expected In the Kentucky university and State college football game Thursday as the result of a bit ter controversy carried on for two weeks failed to materialize This was due principally to the police precau tions Both teams were heavily load ed with ringers for an emergency It having been agreed that no question will bo askod Kentucky university however played its regular team throughout and not a man was put out of the game State college lined up with nine ringers who were displaced six timed by other ringers Kentucky university won bY8 score of 17 to 0 Kentucky university made two touchdowns and a goal In the second half At least 15000 was bet on the game Attendance With the defeat 5000Iof Virginia by the Carolina Thursday Kentucky univer theIIts only defeat from Virginia by a score of 6 toO and defeated North Carolina 6 to 5 BIG WILD HOG A Posse Ran It Down and Succeeded In Killing It Petersburg Ky Nov 27For several months a big and desperate wild hog has been terrorizing the Inhabitants In the vicinity of Splitrock threo miles below here on the Ohio river Women have been afraid to visit and school children had to be kept home on account of the depredations of the monster A posse of men was organ- Ized GIRescape so badly wounding a horse belonging to Will Sebra that It bled to death Frank Clubb one of the posse was tossed down a high embankment and badly hurt Cecil Burns finally fired a load of buckshot Into its side at short range felling it and it was killed by striking it on the head with a sledgehammer In all 15 bullets had been fired lute its body It weighed nearly 600 pounds Bovines Novel Experience Frankfort Ky Nov 27lIntShields near here owns a remarkable cow Over a month ago the bovine disappeared Thursday a shadow of her former self she emerged from a strawstack in Shields barnyard which had collapsed on her the day she disappeared Shields says she te her way out of the stack and sub slstance on a straw diet kept the an imal alive Louisville Man Killed Himself Louisville Ky Nov 27When Mrs George E Mayer returned from a visit in Cincinnati she found her husband lying on the floor dead He had pillowed his head on one of Mrs Mayers dresses and fired a shot into his mouth The bullet came out at the top of his head- Defeated By Paducah Paducah Ky Nov 27The South west Kentucky college team of May- field was defeated on the gridiron here Thursday afternoon by Paducah The score was 34 to 0 John Brooks a Paducah player was knocked uncon scious but Is not seriously hurt Thanksgiving Ended Disastrously Newport Ky Nov 27John Seals and his wife colored were arrested Thursday and locked up on a charge of disorderly conduct Mrs Seals ac cused her husband of taking all of the white meat of the turkey and he denied the soft impeachment Boy Confesses Crime Mayking Ky Nov 27At the Letcher circuit court James Hogg 10 acknowledged to Judge Moss that ho had broken into the country store of D F Maggard at Eolia two months ago Ho was given nine years in the Kentucky house of reform The Jail Closely Guarded Lancaster Ky Nov 27The jail where the Negro Gibbs who attempted to assault Mrs and Miss Hender son is still being closely guarded and rumors have been afloat all day that a mob was forming in the upper end of the county Recaptured After 27 Years Burkesvllle Ky Nov 27 William Brake who escaped from the peniten tiary at Nashville Tenn 27 years ago was recaptured at his home on Mar rowbone creek and taken back At the time of his escape Brake was a young man Refused a Marriage License Bowling Green Ky Nov 27After Stephen Lancaster an elderly man was divorced from his third wife he tried to secure a license to marry a 13 yearold girl but was refused Fred Crane Married Bowling Green Ky Nov 27Fred erick W Crane a traveling salesman from Cincinnati and Miss Elizabeth South of this city were married in the parlors of the Catholic rectory High School Boys Defeated Louisville Ky Nov 27The Louisville Manuals defeated the High school boys at football by a score of 17 to 7 Haynes of tho Manuals won the game by a 70yard run Holton Mo with a population of 1500 has seventeen churches TO Ct1IEA COLD IN ON3G DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money If it faila to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents For Sale One suite of heavy Walnut furniture tour pieces Costl400 Will sell for S100 Too large for bed room In my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No1 long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES The Lone Star State bigdry ofifriend rho was with him In the pal ace car Here take one of these Lit tie Early Risers upon retiring and you will no nn early in tbo morning feeling Rood For the dark brown taste headache andtbat1o y feeling DeWitta PiIIatoluse COR MAIN FIRST THE HALF WAY HOUSE I FiNE CLOTHING CherryPectoral coughs Cherry Pectoral affections at NUMEL THERE are whose taste strike a golden mean between the ultrafushionable Prince Albert frock coat and the off set figuresThe occupies this middle The Business Frock presents appearance of unobtrusive elegance It essentially Scotch material of popular especially suited to such a garmentIT AN IDEAL SUIT for younff men the prosperousThe profes sional who a suit semidress wear this CoThefigurefollowingting a Suit so small a price as 15when your amiable frend merchant tailor would charge as much no bettor you perhaps a or two Our Gloaks and Wraps forLadiesthan can for Si any where else Our Ladies Tailormade Suit Department- is chuch full of handsome readymade suits for the Holiday wear If you need a handsome dress at a low price call and see this line Shoes and Boots are better wear better have more style and are at a price goodreliable shoemaking ony be had in the city We euerything is in Get our prices and same money Old Santa Clause Will Have Headquarters in our Basement All of Toys Fancy Chinaware Imported Japanese and holiday pres ents all will found in our basement See our elegant assortment of holi day goods in the basement Drop in and Lets Talk Over W D OLDHAM Otc tSTOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS splendidopportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated miles Globe Arizona Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company which promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers In A izonas wonderful Copper Beltextending j1JMining District which as to past present production future is in the worldJ IFinetcLargequnnthis I JIfArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co A j1 50 Cents per Share JIf which the Investor on the Ground Floor the Promoter Stock fully paid and non assessable ProJceeds from sale of stock goes into development work for machinery used in milling and the hoist A lair handling of from to mill absolutetveral Manager states From indications stock should be at before the close of tie year ItThe in 1 Tester notice that the United Verde Senator Clarks mine with its Billion Dollar Ore in w APhelpsthis as an investment is the W Mining Opportunity of the Present Century further information fROBT M C Pres and Gen Mgr Main Office Globe Arizona 4kC4aC Ayers night of children croup No bronchitis A doctors medicine for all of the throat bron chial tubes and lungs Sold for over 60 years myfaintlycldepeciahlTtorthUdxenMsa lsezecJLQO JC ATKHCO All TIt Mali dnllatsfor s sbJa Night Coughs Keep the bowels open with one Pill at Jut one lAyerS men that ground an is of rough or who men require for I like this for the you twice for and make wait Our for than to that wares of be it A j1 and and not V pnta with and and ores mine par will Fur No week JOS D WHITHAM SecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Colorado 28 many short sacks dont smart when made other stuffs know they buy about them lower carry made shoes kinds kinds three from promise excelled mining present Having J address FORBE bedtime Denver r FRANK A Vice PresidentJBranch Office 910 Tacoma BIdg Chicago Ill- inoisLcr4r A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stockofa jfi JIo Dry Goods JoWe carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings t Give us a call and we will give you f satisfaction White Uihson Corner Math and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Whot Are Yon Wuiting For Our Stock is Large Our Goods New Our Prices Low 1We make a business of making bargains in Boots and ShoesOur line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line in the city We have a large stockof Felt Boots and Rubbers at the lowest- prices Our line of Gents Furnishings is hard to beat in the larger ciiies The latest in style the finest in quality the utmost in variety have been combined by us in our mighty effort for trade There is a limit below which honest goods cannot be sold We place our price at the Low WaterMarkfor safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticise us know us and you will find we deal fair and SAVE YOU DOLLARS CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Kentucky I I he Richmond Climax O CHENAULT President A D MILLEREdltor II Manager WEDNESDAY DEC 2 1tO BHUSHKKICVKBV WIII5JIIAV In TJ Po t Illrnrpnriiutd SIXTEEN leail and seventyfive in jured many of whom are crippled fort life while others have gone insane This is the result ot the font ball season of 1903 Still there are those who will eutrnfe in the brutal sport That ter rifolo railroad accident which happened near Indianapolis recently when a whole foot bull team was almost nripeil out of existence was a severe blow and has served to a certain extont to stop tho game in the West There are some colleges and schools that strictly for bid the ganittand are there incidents re corded where in some places the town authorities prohibited the playing of football this year Vhnn we read over the long list of dead and injured during one briet season we feel that it would be wise to pass a law prohibiting the game COLOXEL DicK MORGAN of Lexing ton brother of the famous Confederate raider General John H Morgan a hemp manufacturer WitS at the Grand yesterday says the Cincinnati En quirer I am returning home from a trip to California said the Colonel where I went to secure Chinese labor for our hmnp factory Negro labor upon which we have depended altogether heretofore is becoming more unsatis factory every day Energetic negroes can make 10 to 12 a week hackling hemp but they work two or three days and then lay oil to enjoy themselves and we are left in the lurch with our contracts The labor question espe daily in getting domestic servants has grown serious with us It is with the greatest difficulty that our farmers can get cooks or housemaids for any length of time and many of them have had to remove their families from their ru jal hoaies into the cities and towns to getii1iit1TaIit even at that it is spasmodic service ci L 8rowerLOII LEXINGTON KY Notable Array of Home Needs The result of careful selections from the leading manufacturers Our fall exhibit shows an assortment of- CARPETS DRAPERIESFURNITURE WALL PAPER WOOD MANTELS GOODSWhich far surpasses any former display Here you will find reliable goods and priced to suit the most economical of purchasers We extend an invitation to call and look them over CliBrowerCo I MAIN AND BROADWAY LKXINGTON Ky- IUIJ MADAME PATTI the great singer whc Iis hack in the United States making an farewell tour is mixed up as to nationality She was born Ir Spain Her father was a Sicilian while her mother was an Italian She was educated in this country and two of her hutibttiuls were Frenchmen while one was It Swede Her home at p e is in Wli TilE I i 1U lit Pai Hp Ii ilK Inc total number of itss il 500 Reports say that the npidumio resulted from bad water The physicians are falling victims to the dread disease and those best ac thatIA WASHINGTON newspaper Thursda3t morning published cartoon nue Commissioner Yerkes picturing the Kentuckian with a broad smile on his face Under the cartoon are the words lie is giving thanks today that he did not run against Governor lleckbamPSOfNAL Miss Kate Walker was in Lexington last weok Mr Dan Brock was in Lancaster last week on business Miss Lydia McKee and Mrs Louis P Todd are in Cincinnatijlion J Tevig Cobb is at home from a hunting trip in Mississippi Mrs It A Wooliiius has as her guest Miss Margaret Ingles of Lexington Miss Margaret Miller has been visiting Miss Fannie Duty in Lancaster Miss Bessie Coyle was a guest last week of Mrs J S Kennedy in Carlisle Mrs David G Martin of Orlando is visiting her sister MrJC Chenault Mr Arthur Akers spent Thanksgiv ing with his mother Mrs Clara Akers Miss Bessie Turley had as her guest for Thanksgiving Miss Fannie Sparks Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs B L Middleton spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs D N Sharp in Shelby ville Mrs John Dykes of Clark county spent last week with Mr and Mrs Jas D Dykes on Third street Dr W G White and wife spent Thanksgiving with the latters parents Mr and Mrs W B Smith Miss Margaret McDonald of Dan ville spent Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs V A Eisenhart Mrs Minnie Dykes Ambeler was a guest of Mrs W D Oldham in Lexington Friday and Saturday Miss Fannie Willging has returned from Nicholasville where she spent Thanksgiving with friends Miss Marguerite Myers returned Monday from Nicholasville where she spoilt Thanksgiving with relatives Mrs Mamie Stockton and Miss Sal ie Taylor have been visiting Mrs J Pens Wilkrson in Lexington Mr and Mis Chenault Willis are back from Nicholasville where they visited Mr and Mrs Charles Burgin Mr Elliott Smith came up from Lou- Isville last week and spent several days with his mother Mrs Bertha Smith Mrs Geo D White and Major John D Harris spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs C M Clay in Bourbon county Messrs W P Baxter and lI H Williams attended the funeral of Mrs Eli z abeth Jordan in Anderson county hut week Mr G W Pickels Jr who attends school at State College Lexington pent Thanksgiving with his parents hereMr and Mrs W B Wilkerson re turned to Lexington Monday after a Veeks visit with Mr and Mrs W W PJgg Miss Boyd of Richmond Ky is the guest of Miss Mat Williams atM F C Millereburg Cor Kentuckian Mary Shackelford has gone to Greenville Mississippi where she will make an extended visit to Mrs James Thomas Miss Agues Donohue a charming young lady of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs M F Enright on Hallie Irvine street MIss Mary Scott who is attending State College Lexington spent Thurs day with her parents Mr and Mrs S K Scott Mr Robert Turley and alstei Mrs Jerre Noland are at home from a visit to the family of Judge LiUey in Sprint field Ky Mr RL Gentry left yesterday for his regular trip through Ohio He will return in time to spend the holidays with bis family I p e S S Mr Green C Igo who for several years past has been a successful ranch man in Texas and New Mexico is herE- on a visit to his relativestMiss Doyle Letcher of taldwell Col l ege left today to spend Thanksgiving in Cincinnati with her sister Mrs ogue Danville Advocate R P Gregory and Miss Lucy Greg yllf Richmond were lure suumy lie guests of their sister Mrs Oliif cilia w Winchester Democrat Miss Sallie Wagers the attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs Boyd wagers has accepted the position of cashier at Lackey Hamiltons dry goods store Mr J Speed Smith Jr formerly of this city but now of Washington D has been appointed to a position in he legal department of the pension office Miss Dora Neil has been entertaining Ia house party composed of the following young people from Nicholasville Misses Powell and Young aud Messrs Baker and Hudson Rev Hugh McLellan was in Lexing ton Monday night where he attended the annual banquet of the Caledonia Society He responded to the toast Scotch Music Mr T Hood Little who has been summering in Hendersonville N C was bore a short while last Thursday was enroute to Louisville where he oined his mother and sister Mrs N B Jasper of Danville and Mrs Schaefer and Miss Emm Mitchell of Lexington are guests of Mrs H C Jasper on Broadway Mr Clay Wagers son of Supt J Win Wagers of Richmond visited the home of his granparente Mr and lIr- A M Kcriyner on Station Camp last week Estill County Herald Mr Charley Chenault who has been enjoying the life of a ranchman in New Mexico for the past year is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs David Chenault ner this city Last Sunday afternoon Presiding El der J W Simpson administered the baptism to Anna Bright the infant daughter of Rev and Mrs J W Crates at their home on Fifth street Mr B D Gordon our capable fore man spent Thanksgiving with his homefolks in Nicholasville He also enjoyed the Viola Allen performance in Lexington Thursday night Major J D Harris of Madison coun ty Mrs George White Miss Kate Walker Mr and Mrs B L Middelton and Mrs Thomas Chenault of Rich mond were among guests in the city yesterdayLexington Herald The following personal from the Lexington Leader concerns two of Ir vines most popular young ladies daughters of Judge Robert Riddell Misses Bessie and Anne Riddell of Irvine are the guests of Mrs M M Miller in Fayette Park BLmond were sn the city this rrorning largeEastern goodsLexington Mrs Anderson Chenault of Rich mond who has been the guest of her daughter Mrs J Cliff Shropshire for several days returued home yesterday Miss Barbara Thompson of Jett has been Mrs Shropshires guest also and LexingtonMiss Gladys Perry who is attending school at theCampbellHagerman Col lege in Lexington spent the Thanks giving holidays with her parents Dr and Mrs H L Perry Miss Gladys is one of Richmonds most beautiful buds and one of the meat popular of the younger set- Society has arisen from her long tonfghtilSaxton hop The Masonic Temple will be ablaze and gayety will reign su preme As the name implies music will be furnished by that King of mu sics realm Henry Saxton A most brilliant evening is in store for the belles and beaux of the city The marriage of Miss Annie E Frazee and Mr William G Morgan took place quietly Wednesday at noon at the home in Covington of the officiating minister Rev J R Blackburn The couple loft Lexington yesterday morning accompanied by Miss Sallie Morgan and returned last night They are at the home of Dr and MM Louis Frazee on North Broadway where they will reside Both are attractive aud popular and have many friends to the them good wishes for happiness and prosperity The bride is the sister of Dr Frazee and has made tier home with him and bis wife for a number of years Lexington Leader One of the features of the dinner on last Tuesday night given by Miss Mavnie Pickets in honor of the Glass cockWorrell bridal party was the for mid announcement of the approaching marriage of Mr Hcrnhn hrusa of this ilyto Miss Pearl Gartwright of De catur Alabama The wedding which will be a brilliant church affair will- be solemnized on December the six teenth in the latter city Mr Robert Saufley will act as best man Mr Frasa is one of our most prosperous young business men and is together with his brother engaged in the grocery busi ness Since lila residence in our city he has by his upright honest dealings made hosts tf friends and socially he is a favorite His prospective bride is a most charming and beautiful young lady She is well remembered here where she visited during the past sum mer After the wedding the happy couple will come to this city where they will be at home to their many frieds at the residence of Mr Frasas aunt on the Summitt The CLIMAX extends the heartiest congratulations in advance MATRIMONIALOn people were united in marriage by Judge Turpin Mr Robert E Wet and Miss Lulie Freeman of Irvine1I and Mr Wm Masteller Maggie Witt of Valley View KRIEGLKTURLEY The marriage of Mr Louis Kriegel and Miss Nellie Turley occurred last Wednesday in Lexington the ceremony being per formed by Rev Mark Collis The groom is a prosperous farmer of Fayette county while his bride is a daughter of Mr Robert B Turley of near Lexing ton She is a sister of Mrs Jerre Noland of this place and is well known here having clerked at W D Oldhatns The following notice taken from the Jessamine Journal of November 27 will be of interest to the many friends ot the proem who formerly lived here and who is a brother of Miss Bessie marriagefbert Jones took place in Lexington PaulsIofficiat asImourning After he wedding ceremony the couple was given a delightful little wedding feat Alfred at the home of the brides aunt Mrs McNamara In Loudon Park The bride is the daughter of James Williams of Lexington and a sister of Thomas Williams of Nicholasvilln The bridegroom is connected with thp Fayette Telephone Co Hcmoiiil Services Next Sunday December 6th is the day set apart for the annnalmemoral services of the Elks Lodge The ser Chrlstial1Itwo orator for the occasion will be Judge J H Hazelrigg of Frankfort A very elaborate musical program has been arranged which we publish below Prelude Org muBachM-rs Akers ChnrnsfPraiso His Awful Name SpolirFromSolo8ts Mrs W S Oldham Mr A C Scanlan Opening CeremoniesExalted Ru ler and Lodge Elks Quartette The Vacant CapehlaConclusion by Officers mind Lodge Opining OdeuGreat Ruler of the theIMercadante Mrs H B Hunger Eulogy TUdRJ H Solo and Chorum Inflatnutus Rossini From StnbatMater Soloist Mrs M D Ainbal- erAddressloam W B South Contralto Solo Ave Maria Schubert Mrs Sam Bennett Closing exercises by Officers of the Lodg- pDoxologyOhornstPrnile God From Whom all Flow Rev Hugh McLellan Finule March Sollonalle Gounod Mrs Akers The following well known musicians will participate Soprano Mrs H B Hanger Mrs W S Oldhatn Mrs M Dykes Ambs ler M iss Laura Bright Alto Mrs Sam Bennett Mrs G W Pickels Mrs H L Perry Miss Carlyle Chetiauh Tenors Messrs A C Scanlan A Holiday Opportunity is a name that might well be applied t- oThe Racket tore is Xmas Buyers can find all kinds of presents This store is taxedwith a full line of goods consisting of Lamps Pictures China- ware Vasestardinierest everything in fine Enam eled and Tinware for the kitchen Handsome China Sets and toys by the wagon ofTThe Racket Store MAIN STREET BRATTON Props J L Watson I Lexington Kentucky pricesforfashionable Scotch mixture Long Coat effects beautifully finished Very at tractive models at extremely low prices for this week Readvtowear Skirts in all the new materials and latest shapes Ladies Misses and Childrens Coats Attractive styles and distinctly handsome desi- gnsFashionable The largest collection of Fine Furs we have ever shown Jackets Scarls and Fancy Neck Pieces A positive saving of from 25 to 33 per cent on every piece Seasons best Black and Colored Fabrics Melton Ziberline Venetian Newest shades in colored novelties and fancy suitings at low prices this week CrepedeJoodsthi3CORSETSA new line of Peetz Fasso and other leading makes High class Ladies Tailoring Evening Gowns and Coat Suits made with special care yinnh rOllncL J Li Watson kiijaniin fAKR jWJORK Hnzelrigg Blessings Benediction SUIT 1820 North Upper Street Furs wonderfully UpperLexington We are determined to give you the full behefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over This includes our Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats CAIso our large of g in Lexington Hutchison S N Mpberley W A Thomas Bassos Messrs W L Arnold John Arnold Joe Ginnchigliani Burton FarisOrganistMrs Akers W A Thom as director Elita Proctor Otis Hedda Gabler LOOF HOUSE December JO Sale F- ORTAXES I WILL ON Monday Dec 7t 1903I- n front of the Court House door huh being County Court Day expose te Public Sale tIll following list of prop erty for unpaid taxes for their re spective amounts After all notice and warning have been given and all time exhausted in promises I will now proceed to do my duty as re- qUIred bv law Trusting you maybe able to settle before day of sale I am very respectfully H H COLYER Ex S M O White List McMahan Pat heirs First St S 3 75 Mulflnger Race street 10 70 O H Harrison n r 3 lots in DiI lincliain Ad in block 13 lot 13 lot 17 in block 9 lot 24 in block 9 49 00 Colored List Arthur Mitchell Lyndon ave 4 60 Black Jas Sr Miller Alley 425 Breck Burgoyne First street 4495 Burnam John Cn r B St 11 35 Burgin Maltha hrs Kill St 22 40 Burton Steve L A R R 4 30- Benna Charles Elm St 2 60 Campbell E W M E Elm St 7 50 Campbell Mat Jr Bit 8 80- Cbenault Tobe Hill St 4 80 Chenault Emily 8 30 Crutcher George HillSt 5 20- Em ry Julia B St 430 Embry Maria B St 2 65 Estill Tena Race St 2 65 Fisher Easter n r Letcher St 4 25 Fife Sarah Hill St 4 00 File Mary E Irvine St 4 30 Francis Edward Irvine St 5 5 Hill Nathan Letcher St 14 70 Irvine Mariah First St 11 85 Lindsey Rev I F n r Miller Alley 8 70 Mathews Nannie Francis St 8 05 Munday Wm Race St 3 75 Phelps Jennie Irvine St 15 40 Phelps Zena Steep St 9 Parks Dudley Irvine St 5 47 Rhodes Levinia hrs Irvine St 7 30 Smith Howard Estill ave 5 75 Schooler Beverly L A R R 10 60 Slone Minerva Hill St 7 10 Terrill Nannie Hill St 4 30 Tomblin Henry Miller Alley 9 90 Tribble John n r Irvine St 20 05 Tribble Pleas Letcher St 5 20 Turner Wm Jacks Creek 8 20 Turner Daniel Letcher St 14 55 rye James Dillincliatn Ad 4 25 White James Sr Irvine St 14 05 Willie Lizzie B St 12 55 WingBeld Dow Hill St 11 Winefield Millie Irvine St 23 55 Walker Robt Letcher St 13 10 Walker Thos hrs Irvine St 7 70 Washington Nancy hrs Irvine st 4 30 Wells Joe B St 48White Wm Dillingham Ad 8 80 White Rose Dillingham Ad 3 55 White Narcis Irvine St 15 45 We are Badly ClothingDepartment We Have Too Many Clothing 25 Per Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY line Youths Childrens Clothing andlessselectionDo LOUIS GUS STRAUS lexingtons Leading Clothiers OPERA Sheriffs r c c c C REfiIA Walking Skirts Sizes 39 to 44 In Long Regia Walking Skirts in brown blue gray and black in all desirable style shapes and buttons of same material trim the hips and around bottom at U9c 399 and S499 Regia Sateen SkirtsSizes 39 to 43 Regis Skirts are made of the best material with double stitched seams Our DOe mercerized Sateen Petticoats extra quality double stitched seams full 16 inch flounce trimmed with four 2 inch rnflles strap heading Remember the price 09c Fine quality Sateen high mercerized finish made with a 12 inch pleated flounce top of flounce finished with a row of ruching bottom of flounce finished with a duster of tucks and 3 inch ruffle TheC pleated flounce protected by an under and dust ruffle at S149 Ladies Flannelette Wrappers Sizes 32= 42 Bust Measure separatelining ofra Newport Scarfs in all colors at 99c each We carry one of the most complete line of Silks Cballies Metallic Dot Mohairs and Velvets Mercerized Waistings and Vestings figured Crepe de Climes Brocades etc Space permits us to mention only a few of the many values obtainable in this line of goods andrFashionable Chiffon Collarettes and Boas made in solid black solid white black combined white Malim Ties in nil colors at 25c Requests for samples will be promptly complied with r = I QWBNMcKBB I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY ImJL sJ DayISeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months J lull Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as 3c per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in price PaiqtsWe distributors for Pattous Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy iiiK elsewh- eretWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade anti prices to in terest y- ouPictures and Frames Our stock embraces all the latest novelties and the prices will astonish your eo1M1 Willging 209 W MAIN ST Next door to Madison Natl Bank This signature Strayed or Stolen From Chenaiilt mining camp on Brush Creek Thursday night n black mare mule about 15 hands high with brand on left jaw and harness mark on hip A liberal reward will be paid fur return oct42t of sameI 4 pin I on every box 25c m Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be secured bv leaving word at the Siwte Hank Trust Company or by writ iiig T HBNADL- TTflfphone sarimjt inblS if Terrill ivy DIB H4CKELFOQt CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE StyteStaygalvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogsandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED f howItThe price will advance in 60 days D1 B1Siiuckelf rd Co Great Values in Fall MerchanidseNew Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthanexaggeratedthat WHITE GOODS nttonVestingsPiquesandaway Our Fall Millinery instylesbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERY v lislethreadandkind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department WeonlyShoesatOur basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices Respectfully Submitted tthe Cash Trade Eiv Elder i IL I 1 k Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call 1ieet QaTTaI DOTK RIBHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 185 FRE- SH6roceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can uhThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 2 1901 No 20 New Connecticut Food Chop per at the Racket Store When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape again 2d4t The Elks of Padncah are prepar ing to erect a fine home at a cost of 50000 For the hist two weeks the farmers over the county have had a hog kill lug timeRev W Crates will preach at Kavmiauph school house next Sunday afternoon at 290 oclock Diamonds have been liBCOvernd in Elliott county which U probably the only diamond field in Kentucky 11e Porelgr Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon December 4 in Leettare room of the church Advertising pays An Ohio den tist advartiBed that he could fill teeth without requiring the patient to quit talkini and the women are flocking to his office in droves Mr Hugh McElwaine recently sold at the New York Horse Exchange Iwo horses belonging to Mrs J W Bales Price paid was 1075 making a clear profit of S800 The L A will run an excursion from Beattyville to this city and return on next Monday on account of court day The train win leave Beattyville at 016 a m and arrive hern Rt 9 a m Returning will leave here at 415 p in and r acb Beaityville at 7 p m A eood nuliHnoe RHiul Ifll Monday nieht of last wpek to enjoy the enter taininxnr at Madison Institute and thA y wresn well pleased that a num bArf requests have been made that it he renened and it will probably be givon at the opeia house in the near tnt tiro Chirkgbnrg W Va Nov 25 CLIMAX Richmond Ky EHa Pnutiir Otis opened her sea son in Ih4pi He Ia Gabler in thin citv toniLlit before the largest and most fashionable audience in the his tory of the local theatre She achieved a veritable triumph There were soy eral curtain calls alter each act and when the curtain fell for the last time the spectators compelled Miss Otis to make a speech The wonderful power she dlrfpltivthl us the fascinating hero- Ine of Ilisens wonderful drama will never be forgotten by the theatre go ers of Clarksburg Just before the com mencement of the play tonight Miss Otis received cablegram from Ibsens wishing Imr success and God speed Her tour which is under the direction of George II Hrennan will Include the prin i pIe cities of the country and an extended engagement in London The hands that bind hearts to get her can be Imuuht cheap at Lanes 214t e kCsw2voc Bait your hook for Christmas and then fish in Lanes Jewelry Store 2d4t Mr E Deatheraee who recently sold his grocery to Messrs Harber Hnguely will continue the business un til Jan 1 when his successors will take charge Mr Deatherage is offer ing great bargains in every thing in his line in order to make December the banner business month of the year Give him a call for anything needed in the grocery line Improving The Winchester Democrat says Capt J M Thomas is rapidly improv ing from his serious illness and willre turn from the Cincinnati hospital in a few days for Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 a residence with good garden and black smith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky Celebrated Melvin Rhodus and John Creed Jr bothof Waco celebrated Thanksgiv lug by getting into a fight over n game of craps Rhodus was badly cut while creed was only slightly injured Both parties are only boys Quoted Hands The Shelby Sentinel has changed hands Mr Charles M Lewis having sold his entire plant to Messrs D K Baird and W C Barrickman of Tay lorsvjlle These men are also owners and editors of the Spencer Courier of Taylorsville Fire at Ford While a big frolic was in progress by a family of colored people at Ford last Thursday night the house caught on fire and before it could be suppressed three buildings were in ashes They were all occupied by colored people and belonged to the Ford Lumber Co FOR A RAINY DAY We have umbrellas that combine beauty with utility Our lowest priced umbrella is as low as a good umbrella can be sold for our highest is the best that can be found Every conceivable combination of gold silver ivory or wood is shown What can make a more acceptable gift L E LANE Public Sale of Horses We will offer at Public Sale at the Stock Yards in Richmond Ky on Monday December 7 being Court Day two car loads of good young western mares This stock will be sold regard less of prices Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclock a m Too WALKER OHEXAULT For Sale The store house and lot fronting on First street formerly occupied by Do browski and others The house is a twostory brick building in good re pair and a good business stand If not sold privately before that time I will Fell it at public auction on Saturday the 12th ot December nextCF BORXAM November 27 1003 2d2t Real Estate Sales Last week tnere were several real estate sales made here Mr John E Greenleaf sold his property on Main street to Mrs Mary B Clay for 5 000 Major C F Burnam purchased the John Crooke residence cn West Main street for 4000 Malor Burnam also sold a farm near Silver Creek for S8000 Mr H B Dillingham recently purchased for his granddaughter Mrs J S Crutcher the Terry Hagan prop erty on West Main street Passed Thanksgiving Day passed peacefully and quiet Nothing of especial importance occurred The services at the Presbyterian church were well attend ed and much enjoyed In the after noon an exciting game of foot ball wax played on the Campus and at the Grand Opera House a matinee was enjoyed by the little folks as well as a number of older ones Pleasant family gatherings were held in our homes and now the day is a pleasant memory while with eagerness we are looking forward to the next Holiday Christ mIL which is only four weeks off s ALT-J 0 0 t Everybody knows that Salt is an absolutej J necessity at hog killing time That time is f J almost at hand and persons needing salt can tA find it in great quantities at E Deatherages J- W We are also making a special run on wi Evaporated Fruit it Give us a call when in needof either At L our store can be found everything in the grocery line H JtJ vfi E Oeatherage Co I c a is up one not it go NOVELTIES Thero were never before so many useful novelties made in sterling silyerand never in the world were such things sold so We have hundreds of pretty and useful articles Things that you need things that are suitable fr little gilts that you can buy for from 50c to 2 50 L E LANE 4t WIU Announce in Due Time Why dont you announce your can dacy for Congress in the various pa pers of the district an nl reporter sked Hon Harvey Helm I want to give the a little spell We have had poli tics for months and I know the voters want rest for a while In due time my will appear in ever pa per in the 8th district saul heStan ford InteriorJournal Not Ready Yet A photographer tells this as having actually A woman entered his studioIAre you the Yes madam Do you take childrens pictures Yes certainly noW much do you charge Three dollars a dozen II Well said the woman Ill have to see you Ive only got eleven Ledger Removals The following changes will be made by renters the first of the year Mr B H Luxon and wife will go to housekeeping in Mr Bob Harris house on Third street Mr Tom Samuels will move to Mrs Ida Powells residence on Mr Ben L Banks and family willx c cnpy Mrs Cornie Clays cottage on West Main street Mr and Mrs O C Wallace will go to housekeeping in their cottage on Avenue now by Mr Kuper Hood and family who will wove to Dr Holtons house on Main street Dr and Mrs Holton will go to their cottage on Oak street Grocery Sold Last week Mr Elmer sold his entire stock of to Messrs Dan Harber and Everett to be given January first These are both well known to our people and will no doubt conduct this business in the same excellEnt manner which has characterized it heretofore It is with deep regret however that wo see Mr retire from the business and we trust that he will soon embark into else He is one of our most aud citizens and loss our very best wishes in any thing he may It 0 I A Special Boot i Made to our speacial order of close grained calf skin double throughout the entire foot front and back long leg and broad easy bottom as inside as the finest shoe A splendidJi Boot from top to toe neat look T ing and just the thing for wear and thorough pro Jwet and cold Best Boot in 4 11 Madison County And we save you money jt on every kind of Footwear fefor men and boys Try usWJ 1 COYINGTON BANKS i WINTER WEATHER has come and what is more pleasant than house warm and comfortable allover Our Gus Heaters do the work Let us put in home and you will know is cold weather unless you outsid- eRichmond Water and Light Co STERLING reasonably people breathing Philadelphia happened sorrowfully again Philadelphia Broadway Lancaster occupied Deatherage groceries Hugueley possession gentlemen Deatherage something energetic prosperous undertake smooth hardest tection against 1 that your that InteriorJour announcement THE THIEF OF TIME Is procrastination This is the jewelry buying season and if you put otf your shopping too long youll find stocks thinner and crowds larger Drop in now and look our stock over at your leisure We have a beautiful stock for holiday selection and tile prices are as pleasing as the goods are desirable 2d4t L E LANE The Value ot Oood Appearance Every man who values goodap pearance will be interested in the ad renisement of W D Olclham Co in this issue where an opportunity is offered to secure something especially nice in uptodate apparel at an ex tremely moderate cost with fit and quality guaranteed The Business Frock Suit is made by Schloss Bros Co The Best Clothes Makers of Baltimore who are the largest clothing manufacturers in the world Extra Announcement Arrangements have been concluded for the appearance in this city at the 0 O Opera House on the evening of Dec 10 of the distinguished artiste fclita Proctor Otis in Ibsens fascinating play Hedda Gabler Ibsen has become a fad with all classes of theatre goers who will undoubtedly welcome this opportunity to see his greatest drama Seat sale will commence Mrn day Dec 7 Orders sent in advance will be lUlled at the box office Al though this is an unusual attraction there will be no advance in the regular seat prices which will range from 25 cents to 160 sssSA sSaSSS SSflSSYTTIYTT- Ii+ A Chaste We wish to announce to our t subscribers in the city that af + ter this week the CLIMAX will tbe delivered only to the busi ness houses Thepaper will be mailed to the others+ t change has been decided Thisi + account ot so many of our ers failing to get their paper Week after week the complaint f t comes to ns from first one and + another that they didnt get the + CLIMAX So after this week the + carriers list confined to + the business hou8elli++DIAMONDS Are the most interesting of all jewels They have figured in history poem and song been the cause of deaths without numbers linked hearts to gether provided ready money all the while serving aa beautiful ornaments Nothing could be more acceptable or economical as a gift to ones self or ones friends Prices range from 5 to 250 all good flawless stones 2d4tLE LANE christmas Bazaar The Young Ladies Missionary Circle of the First Christian church will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday December 5 at Crutcher Evans furniture store on Main street They will have on sale all kinds of fancy articles suitably for Christmas gifts besides dressed dolls and candies A Superb Stock Those of our readers who admire pretty things should call at L E Lanes jewelry store and feast their eyes M r Lane at all times carries a most superb stock hut now he has his holiday goods and his store presents a beauti ful appearance His line of silverware Is complete cut lWs too in profusion and diamond of the first water Then he also has a nice line of clocks watches mirrors combs and brushes in fact anything and everything that can be found in a firstdads jewelry store Call at L E Lanes and see all these pretty things whether you buy or not It will do you good It Public Sale Having determined to leave the countVi I have decided to offer at pub lic auction at the Guess farm on Otter Creek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dec 12 the following property Two good milk cows one thoroughbred Walking Denmark saddle colt one thoroughbred yearling jack and all kinds of farmingimplementsand house hold and kitchen furniture At the same time and place the following stock the property of P W Powell will be publicly sold One fine jack 5years old 143 hands high one coming three yearold jack 16 hands high one two year old saddle horse and one twoyeai old saddle filly Pedigrees of the above stock will be furnished on day of sale The stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months Terms on other articles made known on day of sale Chas Soper dec22t Richmond Ky Going to St Louis- A committee composed of President Paul M Moore Vioe President Louis Landram Secretary R E Morning star and T C Underwood all of the Kentucky Press Association will spend Friday and Saturday December 4 and 5 at the Worlds Fair Grounds in St Louis The object of their trip is to ar range everything for the trip of the Kentucky Press Association on Kentucky Day June 2 1904 The trip is made at this time so the committee can report to tho midwinter meeting which will be held at the Gait House in Louisville on December 11 This visit to the great exposition bids fair to be the most enjoyable one lor the editors of our State Every possible arrangement will be made and they are promised every kindness and courtesy during their stay in the expo sition city The TVJorlds Fair officials have promised the Association the best of everything NewTralnonCLD The Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Railroad today btarts to operate on its Chicago Service one ol the handsomest trains in the West Something new in the paeeenger accomodation line is a fullsized smoking car seventyone feet lone which can hold eighfyeight peo pie This ie furnished in quartered oak and silkfaced pantasote curtains The ladies coach is an innovation also It contains besides seats for forty eight people a cafe including kitchen and dining room The entire furnishing is in mahogany with handsome cui tains The parlor car seventy feet long Is also furnished entirely in ma hogany and contains tweqtyeight chairs in addition to eight wicker leatherupholstered chairs a lounge and a full Pullman section The train will have the usual lIalr age mail and express cars It will leave Cincinnati at 1220 noon and will be opened for inspection by the public at noon Commercial Tribune Nov 6 DEAThS REEVES Mrs James Reeves died at tier home in this city last Friday Her funeral was conducted Saturday thence her interment in the Richmond Cemetery PEKKIKS Mrs Louisa Perkins died Monday night at her home on Hillsdale Avenue She was sixtyseven years old and bad always been a devoted member of the Methodist church De ceased was one of Richmonds oldest and most respected residents She is survived by several grandchildren and other relatives Her funeral will be preached this afternoon at two oclock by Rev J W Crates after which iir burial will take place in the Richmond cemetery MAUPIN Last Thursday night Mrs Sallie Maupin died at her home at Sliver Creek Deceased who was fifty seven years old was the wife of Dr J W Maupin who is one of Mauisons best known physicians She had been in poor health for a number of years being a great sufferer from bronchial troubles She was a noble Christian woman and will be sadly missed by a large circle oi sorrowing friends and relatives Her funeral was conducted Saturday morning at ten oclock by Rev Ratchford of Kirksville after which her remains were brought to this city for interment The Anderson News of last Thurs day contained the following notice of the death of Mrs Elizabeth Jordon Deceased was an aunt of Mr W P Baxter of this city Mrs Elizabeth Jordan was born in Madison coanty Ketucky June 16 1827 and died at the home of her son Sylvester M Jordan at Hamilton Ohio Tuesday the 17th inst Her lather family consistedof seven children of whom only one is now living Mr S J Baxter of Graf ton Illinois She was married in 1844 to Peter Jordon of Mercer eounty who died April 10 1880 From this union were born fifteeu children six boys and nine girls nine of whom are now liv ing namely S M Jordan of Hamilton 0 Mrs Lucy Powell andJ S Jor dan of Indianapolis Mrs John Des ponet and D It Jordan of Kentucky Mrs Dr A G Caldwell and Mrs M C Caldwell of Oklahoma Mrs George Craig of Louisiana and J D Jordan of Franklin Indiana She also raised a grandson M H Williams of Rich mond Ky to whom she was much devoted She was a woman of Very firm convictions and stood by them under any and all ciicumstances Mrs Jor dan united with the Christian church at Lawrenceburg more than sixty years ago and was baptized by the Rev Samuel D Street At the time of her death her membership was at Shiloh Thus passed away one of the landmarks of our county Funeral services were conducted by Rev W D Moore at tjie home of R B Sweeney Friday morning and the body laid to rest in the beautiful burial ground on the hill near by For Rent Two nice office rooms oa Main street Apply to Douglrs Culton 21octf Hows Ibis We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made bv their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrb Cure is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucos surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75o per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the best 1m F rSaJc One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Coot 100 Will sell Jo 100 Too large for bed room in mJ home ORB be eaat Silver Creek Phone Nol long ring or five Iff 7 tf G W GATES A Treat Last night the New Opera House was the scene of a epledid play entitled When Her Soul Speaks The play was written by one of the troupe Mr Elmer Granden who took the part of Rev David Dangerfield Mr Gran den however gives credit to Wilkie Collins for the subplot of the piece The characters of Ruth Curtis and Ger trnde Rathburn were splendidly portrayed by Miss Eva Mountford who is an actress ot ability Altogether the production was high class and much enjoyed by all present Mr C Eo Woods Joins the Richmond Colony at Washington The latest accession to the colony of Richmond citizens at Washington is Mr Clarence E Woods who has as sumed the duties of Assistant Secretary to United States Senator James B Mc Creary of this city who with Mrs McCreary left here on November 3 to take up his residence at the splendid new Hotel Willard so we see by the Washington dispatches to the Times to remain there until the close of Con gress some time next June Mr Woods will be missed in many ways for he was identified with nearly all the best activities of the city in ca pacities that always called for service or sacrifice upon his part His talents and purse were ever at the command of worthy objects so much so that it has been said that Richmond has no more truly public epirited citizen than Clarence Woods For about fourteen years he edited the papers here with a skill that gave him an enviable repu tation at home and throughout the State He once received letter from the President of the National Editorial Association saying his paper repre sented all that was truest and noblestI in the inland Journalism tucky We have often beard Mr Woods say in discussing the prevalent habit of people asking tree service of editors that he had given gratis more of his time and talent than any mem ber of any other profession of his acquaintance for said he people ask an editoi and a preacher todo free that which they would DOt think of impos ing upon a lawyer a doctor a mer chant or a mechanic And yet he never refused a requestand his edito rial brethren all know that since he temporarily left active journalism he has been ever responsive to their ap peals for assstance Tbis fact warrants our personal tribute to gratitude now There are many men in the commun fitted for the countless callIeddifference or laziness on their part and willingness upon his made him subject to calls for services here or there Not only for the living but for the dead he gave his time and talents He has filled four pulpits here dur- Ing the temporary absence of the pas tors at the graves of fraternal dead he has frequently performed the office regujJarLodges he has delivered addresses and at the alumni banquet of the public school The charity committee of the Elks Lodge can testify to his devoted seryices to the order as well as having constantly served on its laborious com We Can SatisfyYour Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes I In our Ladies and Childrens department we have no equals We can show you Lace or But wn high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 33OO and 350 AND SEE US mittee on resolutions The Pranden nial Club lately elected him Secretary for the fourth time he having displayed the highest capacity for preserving in interesting form the history of the meetings of that excellent organization of professional and business men Church celebrations the Y M C A the Infirmary public entertainments regardless of denomination always demanded his aid and he entered into them with spirit and vigor Recognizing the dominant element in his compositionfidelity to friends Iand his fitness and devotion to the order the national fraternity of Sigma Nu with half a hundred lodges and thousands of members has elected Mr Woods five successive times Grand Recorder and Editor of its magazine theII Delta the rival of the finest fraternity magazines in Amer ica As secretary of nearly every Demo cratic county convention here for fifteen years as a fearless and effective champion of Democracy and as the lifelong supporter of Hon James B McCreary from his second race for Congress to the present hour Mr Woods commended himself to the graces of the Senator whose action in making him his assistant secretary met with approval here and wherever he was known As Mr Woods friend and in the endeavor to repay Bomqof the sersicVs he so freely performed for the CLIMAX and its staff this tribute is printed be lieving it to be better to whisper in a listening ear than to sound it above a a coffined form In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department Our line of Highcut Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the winter days that always have come and are sure to come again IN MENS FINE SHOESf Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglas have no superior We have sold these lines with more satis faction to our trade and when once tried the satisfaction prompts you to buy another pair CALL I Greek RICE AND ARNOLD hbtti jlt a 3 t it tLii 1p t It r I t HI It ti r f r L liii l itl ItF j Our Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call et eTTa OOTS RieHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH 6roceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 2 100a No 20 New Connecticut Food Chop per Si at the Racket Store When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape again 2d4t The Elks of Paducah are prepar- Ing to erect a fine home at a cost of 50000 For the lust two weeks the farmers over the county have had a hog killing timeRev W Crates will preach at Kavanaugh school house next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Diamonds have been discovered In Elliott county which is probably the only diamond field in Kentucky The Foreign Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church willI meet Friday afternoon December Lecture room of the church Advertising pays An Ohio den tint advertised that he could fill teeth without requiring the patient to quit talking and the women are flocking to his office in droves Mr Hugh MeElwaine recently sold at the New York Horse Exchange two horses belonging to Mrs J W Bales Price patil was 1075 making a clear profit of S800 The L A will run an excursion from Beattyville to this city and return on next Monday on account of court day The train wiTh leave Beattyville at 615 a m and arrive hern at 9 a m Returning will leavs here at 415 p m and reach Bealtyville at 7 p m A coort audience assembled Monday nltrht of last week to enjoy the enter tainniMiit at Madison Institute and thy wore fin well pleased that a num her of rpquppts have been made that it hp repeated and it will probably be given at the oppia house in the near future Clarksburg W Va Nov 25 CLIMAX Richmond Ky Elln Proctor Otis opened her Reason in Il pn Mleda Gabler in this citv tonitrht before the largest and most fashionable audience in the his tory of the local theatre She achieved a veritable triumph There were several curtain calls alter each act and when the curtain fell for the last time thin sppctntors compelled Miss Otis to make a speech The wonderful power she dtaplnyeil us the fascinating heroine of Ilisens wonderful drama will never lw forgotten by the theatre go ers of Clarksburg Just before the com mencetnent of the play tonight Miss Otis received a cablegram from Ibsens wishing her success and God speed Her tour which is under the direction or George II Hrennan will include the prin iple cities of the country and anextended engagement in London The Jianils that biivl hearts to gethnr can lie Itonelil cheap at Lanes 2Ut e3 t YQ Bait your hook for Christmas and then fish in Lanes Jewelry Store 2d4t Mr E Deatherace who recently sold his grocery to Messrs Harber Hnguely will continue the business un til Jan 1 when his successors will take charge Mr Deatherage is offer ing great bargains in every thinS in his line in order to make December the banner business month of the year Give him a call for anything needed in the grocery line Improving The Winchester Democrat says Capt J M Thomas is rapidly Improving from his serious illness and will return from the Cincinnati hospital in a few days for Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 a residence with good garden and black smith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky Celebrated Melvin Rhodus and John Creed Jr both of Waco celebrated Thanksgiving by getting into a fight over a game ofcraps Rhodus was badly cut while creed was only slightly injured Both parties are only boys Changed Hands The Shelby Sentinel has changed hands Mr Charles M Lewis having sold his entire plant to Messrs D K Baird and W C Barrickman of Tay loreville These men are also owners and editors of the Spencer Courier of Taylors ville Fire at Ford While a big frolic was in progress by a family of colored people at Ford last Thursday night the house caught on fire and before it could be suppress ed three buildings were in ashes They were all occupied by colored people and belonged to the Ford Lumber Co FOR A RAINY DAY We have umbrellas that combine beauty with utility Our lowest priced umbrella is as low as a good umbrella can be sold for our highest is the best that can be found Every conceivable combination of gold silver ivory or wood is shown What can make a more acceptable gift L E LANE Public Sale of Horses We will offer at Public Sale at the Stock Yards in Richmond Ky on Monday December 7 being Court Day two car loads of good young western mares This stock will be sold regard less of prices Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclock a m Too WALKER OHENACLT For Sale Thin store house and lot fronting on First street formerly occupied by Do hrowski and others The house is a twostory brick building in good re pair and a good business stand If not sold privately before that time I will Fell it at public auction on Saturday the 12th oi December n- extICF BtJKKAM 2d2t Real Estate Sales Last wpek there were several real es tate sales made here Mr John E Oreenleaf sold his property on Main street to Mrs Mary B Clay for 5 000 Major C F Burnam purchased the John Crooke residence cn West Main street for f4000 Major Burnam also sold a farm near Silver Creek for 58000 Mr H B Dillingham recently purchased for his granddaughter Mrs J S Crutcher the Terry Hagan prop erty on West Main street fassed Thanksgiving Day passed peacefully and quiet Nothing of especial impor alice occurred The services at the Presbyterian church were well attended and much enjoyed In the after noon an exciting game of foot ball was played on the Campus and at the Grand Opera House a matinee was en joyed by the little folks as well as a number of older ones Pleasant family gatherings were held in our homes and now the day is a pleasant memory while with eagerness we are looking forward to the next Holiday Chrlet tuna which is only four weeks off r A 1Tt Everybody knows that Salt is an absolute Jnecessity at hog killing time That time is fhand and persons needing salt can it ffind it in great quantities at E Deatherages Jare also making a special run onJ3 Evaporated Fruit jtGive us a call when in need ot either At four store can be found everything in the grocery line C ol t th t t- fi E Oeatherage Co I c A WINTER WEATHER has come and what is more pleasant than a house that is warm and comfortable all over Our Gus Heuters do the work Let us up one in your home and you will not know that it is coldweather unless you go outsid- eRichmond Water and Light Co STERLING NOVELTIES There were never before so many useful novelties made in sterling silyerand never in the world were such things sold so reasonably We have hundreds of pretty and useful articles Things tuat you need things that are suitable fir little gifts that you can buy for from 50c to 2 60 L E LANE 4t Will Announce In Due Time Why dont you announce your can dacy for Congress in the various pa pers of the district an InteriorJour ual reporter isked Hon Harvey Helm I want to give the people a little breathing spell We have had poli tics for months and I know the voters want rest for a while In due time my announcement will appear in ever pa per In the Sth district said heStsn ford InteriorJournal Not Ready Yet A Philadelphia photographer tells this as having actually happened A woman entered his studio Are you the photographer Yes madam Do you take childrens pictures Yes certainly How much do you charge Three dollars a dozen Well said the woman sorrowfully Ill have to see you again Ive only got olevenPhiladelphia Lodger Removals The following changes will be made by renters the first of the year Mr K HLuxon and wife will go to housekeeping in Mr Bob Harris house on Third street Mr Tom Samuels will move to Mrs Ida Powells residence on Broadway- Ben L Banks and family willoc cupy Mrs Cornie Clays cottage on West Main street Mr and Mrs O C Wallace will go to housekeeping in their cottage on Lancaster Avenue now occupied by Mr Knper Hood and family who will move to Dr Heltons house on Main street Dr and Mrs Holton will go to their cottage on Oak iitreet Grocery Sold Lat week Mr Elmer Dtber ge sold his entire stock of groceries to Messrs Dan Harber and Kverett Hugueley possession to be gIven Jan uary first These gentlemen are both well kaowB to our people and will BO doubt conduct this business IB the same excellent mariner which has characterized it heretofore It is with deep regret however that we see Mr Deatl eKe retire from tile ttueiaeee ndwe trHMttlwt he will soos eBifeark into sowethiwg etee Hew Otteet mr mot MIrtrMk Ad peorou ethsis a dbMorrybe41 ieb lalJl tlog1MIl 4ertki I THE THIEF OF TIME Is procrastination This is the jewelry buying season and if you put otf your shopping too long youll find stocks thinner and crowds larger Drop in now and look our stock over at your leisure We have a beautiful stock for holiday selection and the prices are as pleasing as the goods are desirable 2d4t L E LANE The Value oi faood Appearance Every man who values goodap pearance will be interested in the adv riisement of W D Oldham Co in this issue where an opportunity is offerel to secure something especially nice in uptodate apparel at an ex tremely moderate cost with fit and quality guaranteed The Business Frock Spit is made by Schloss Bros Co The Best Clothes Makers of Baltimore who are the largest clothing manufacturers In the world Extra Announcement Arrangements have been concluded for the appearance in this city at the 0 O Opera House on the evening ol Dec 10 of the distinguished artiste fclita Proctor Otis in Ibsens fascina ting play Hedda Gabler Ibsen has be come a fad with all classes of theatre goers who will undoubtedly welcome this opportunity to see his greatest drama Seat sale will commence Mon day Dec 7 Orders sent in advance will be fiilled at the box office Al though this is an unusual attraction there will be no advance in the regular seat prices which will range from 25 cents to 150 ++ + 4t++++ ++++++ +4 ACbaage We wish to announce to our t subscribers in the city that af + ter this week the CLIMAX will be delivered only to the busi ness houses Thepaper will be mailed to the others This i change has been decided on on account ot so ruflny of our read era failing to get their paper Week after week the eeaipkiBt comes to us from first one ned I another that they didnt get the CUMAX So after this week the carriers list will be confined to tthe boftiaeas hoaeeJ 14e ++i DIAMONDS- Are the mart interesting ol alj jewel They have figured In ktatery poem Rnd Bong been the caw Itfdeath8 without numbers linked it aria te ftet er provided re4yunoiiey a11 tile while eerviBKaa beautitel IiarnnM Netklnpr could be woe acceptable or economical8 gift to eIM self er MieV ki8 Prse riMipa from t6 te 9260 aU good flkwkaa eNwa idt LWI t I 1 4 a ir IA Special Boot ft IH iiMade to our speacial order of y close grained calf skin double jthroughout the entire foot front and back long leg and broad I easy bottom as smooth inside r rf as the finest shoe A splendid r jj Boot from top to toe neat look ing and just the thing for JI hardest wear and thorough pro tection against wet and cold Best Boot inAMadison County And we save you money tJ on every kind of Footwear for men and boys Try usqJ COYINGTON HANKS L n tr Christmas Bazaar The Young Ladies Missionary Circle of the First Christian church will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday December 5 at Crntcher 4 Evans furniture store on Main street They will have on sale all kinds of fancy articles suitable for Christmas gifts besides dressed dolls and candles A Superb Stock Those of our readers who admire pretty things should call at L E Lanes jewelry store and feast their eyes Mr Lane at all times carries a most superb stock hut now he has his holiday goods and his store presents a beauti ful appearance His line of silverware Is complete cutglass too in profusion and diamond of the first water Then he also has a nice line of clocks watches mirrors combs and brushes in fact anything and everything that can be found in a firstclass jewelry store Call at L E Lanes and see all these prettv things whether you bny or not It will do you good It Public Sale Having determined to leave the county I have decided to offer at public auction at the Guess farm on Otter Creek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dec 12 the following property Two good milk cows one thoroughbred Walking Denmark saddle colt one thoroughbred yearling jack and all kinds of farmingimplemenlsand house hold and kitchen furniture At the same time and place the following stock the property of P W Powell will be publicly sold One fine jack 5years old 14 hands high one coming three yearold jack 16 hands high one two year old saddle horse and one twoyeai old saddle filly Pedigrees of the above stock will be furnished on day of sale The stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months Terms on other articles made known on day of sale Chas Soper Idec22t Richmond Ky GoIng to St Louis A committee composed of President Paul M Moore Vine President Louis Land ram Secretary R E Morning star and T C Underwood all of the Kentucky Press Association will spend Friday and Saturday December 4 and 5 at the Worlds Fair Grounds in St Louis The object of their trip is to ar range everything for the trip of the Kentucky Press Association on Ken tucky Day June 2 1904 The trip is made at this time so the committee can report to the midwinter meeting which will be held at the Gait House in Louisville on December 11 This visit to the great exposition bids fair to be the most enjoyable one tor the editors of our State Every possible arrangement will be made and they are promised every kindness arid courtesy during their stay in the exposition city The Worlds Fair officials have promised the Association the best of everything NewTnlnenCLD The Cincinnati Hamilton Ii Dayton Railroad today starts to operate pn its Chicago Service one of the baridiiomest trains in the West Something pew in the passenger accomodation line is a fullsized smoking car seventyone feet long which can bold eightyeight peo pie This fe furnished in quarteredoak and sllkfaced pantaeote curtains The lathes coach is xa innovation also It contains besides seats for forty eight people a cafe including kitchen and dining room The entire furnish lug is IB teahogany with handsome caiUlns The parlor ear seventy feet lose Ii also furnished entirely la ma hogany and coRtaiw twentyeight chairs in addltioRw eight wicker tberupholetered d clwJrla lounge and a full FallMMMi a etioti The train will hantAKemallande-xp eM Jt will leave CieMIa- t1220aooeind wiube opened kl- np544i0a briM pubfe at noon XI lteiillllihn L DEATH REEVES Mrs James Reeves died at her home in this city last Friday Her funeral was conducted Saturday thence her interment in the Richmond Cemetery PERKINS Mrs Louisa Perkins died Monday night at hEr home on Hillsdale Avenue She was sixtjseven years old and had always been a devoted member of the Methodist church De ceased was one of Richmonds oldest and most respected residents She is survived by several grandchildren and other relatives Her funeral will be preached this afternoon at two oclock by Rev J W Crates after which hsr burial will take place in the Richmond cemetery MAUPIN Last Thursday night Mrs Sallie Maupin died at her home at Sil ver Creek Deceased who was fifty seven years old was the wife of Dr J W Maupin who is one of Madisons best known physicians She had been in poor health for a number of years being a great sufferer from bronchial troubles She was a noble Christian woman and will be sadly missed by a large circle oi sorrowing friend and relatives Her funeral was conducted Saturday morning at ten oclock by Rev Ratchford of Kirksville after which her remains were brought to this city for interment The Anderson News of last Thursday contained the following notice of the death of Mrs Elizabeth Jordon Deceased was an aunt of Mr W P Baxter of this citro11rs Elizabeth Jordan was born in Madison county Ketucky June 161827 and died at the home of her son Sylvester M Jordan at Hamilton Ohio Tuesday the 17th inst Her tatherp family consisted of seven children of whom only one is now living Mr ST Baxter of Graf ton Illinois She was married in 1844 to Peter Jordon of Mercer county who died April 10 1880 From this union were born fifteen children six boys and nine girls nine of whom are now liv ing namely S M Tordan of Hamil ton 0 Mrs Lucy Powell audi S Jor dan of Indianapolis Mrs John Dts pouet and D K Jordan of Kentucky Mrs Dr A G Caldwell and Mrs M C Caldwell of Oklahoma Mrs George Craig of Louisiana and J D Jordan of Franklin Indiana She also raised a grandson M H Williams of Richmond Ky to whom she was much devoted She was a woman of Very firm convictions and stood by them under any and all ciicumstances Mrs Jor dan united with the Christian church at Lawrenceburg more than sixty years ago and was baptized by the Rev Samuel D Street At the tine of her death her membership was at Shiloh Thus passed away one of the landmarks of our county Funeral services were conducted by Rev W D Moore at the home of R B Sweeney Friday morning and the body laid to rest in the beautiful burial ground on the hill near by For Rest Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Donglrs Culton 21octf Hews this We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last IB yearsand believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Westk Truax Wholiwale Droginste Toledo 0 WaWing Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally acting dire tly upon the blood land tnucofl surfeeea of the system Teeiimoniale seat free Price 75c per bottle 1111 Drogtirt- HattaPasiByFiUa are the beet 1m rVSafc- Oa ealte of heavy walnut faraitare four pfeewj C ftC00 Wilt sell for 100 Too1arw for bed room rom borne CtieM tver Greek tFhOSic i kiriiiger fl lir 7tf i 6W n A Treat Last night the New Opera Houso was the scene of a spledld play entitled When Her Soul Speaks The play was written by one of the troupe Mr Elmer Granden who took the part of Rev David Dangerfleld Mr Gran den however gives credit to Wilkie Collins for the subplot of the piece The characters of Ruth Curtis and Ger trade Ratbburn were splendidly por trayed by Miss Eva Mountford who is an actress of ability Altogether the production was high class and much enjoyed by all present Mr C E Woods Joins the Richmond Colony at Washington The latest accession to the colony of Richmond citizens at Washington is Mr Clarence E Woods who has assumed the duties of Assistant Secretary to United States Senator James B Mc Creary of this city who with Mrs McCreary left here on November 3 to take up his residence at the splendid new Hotel Willard we see by the Washington dispatches tothe Times to remain there until the close of Con gress some time next June Mr Woods will be missed in many ways for be was identified with nearly all the best activities of the city in ca pacities that always called for service or tacrifice upon his part His talents and purse were ever at the command of worthy ojccta so much so that it has been said that Richmond has no more truly publicspirited citizen than Clarence Woods For about fourteen years he edited the papers here with a skill that gave him an enviable repu tation at home and throughout the State He once received letter from the President of the National Editorial Association saying his paper represented all that was truest and noblest in the inland Journalism of Ken tucky We have often heard Mr Woods say in discussing the prevalent habit of people asking tree service of editors that he had given gratis more of his time and talent than any mem ber of any other profession of his quaintance for said he people ask an editoi and a preacher todo free that which they would Dot think of imposing upon a lawyer a doctor a mer chant or a mechanic And yet he never refused a request and his edito rial brethren all know that since he temporarily left active journalism be has been ever responsive to their ap peals for assstance This fact warrants our personal tribute to gratitude now There are many men in the commun ity equally fitted for the countless po sitions Mr Woods was constantly call ed upon to fill but selfishness or in difference or laziness on their part and willingness upon his made him subject to calls for services here or there Not only for the livlng but for the dead he gave his time and talents He has filled four pulpits here dur- Ing the temporary absence of the pastors at the graves of fraternal dead he has frequently performed the office of chaplin in the absence of the regu Jar officers At celebrations of the Odd Fellows and Daughters of Rebecca Lodges he has delivered addresses and at the alumni banquet of the public school The charity committee of the Elks Lodge can testify to his devoted services to tho order as well as having constantly served on its laborious com We Can Satisfy Your Wants Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes In our Ladies and Childrens department we have no equals We can show you Lace or But ton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 300 and 350 CAlL AND SEE US mittee on resolutions The Pranden nial Club lately elected him Secretary for the fourth time he having displayed the highest capacity for preserving in interesting form the history of the meetings of that excellent organization of professional and business men Church celebrations the Y M C A the Infirmary public entertainments regardless of denomination always de manded his aid and he entered into them with spirit and vigor Recognizing the dominant element in his compositionfidelity to friends Iand his fitness and devotion to the- I order the national fraternity of Sigma Nu with half a hundred lodges and thousands of members has elected Mr Woods five successive times Grand Recorder and Editor of its magazine the Delta the rival of the finest lea Greek fraternity magazines in AmerJ As secretary of nearly every Demo cratic county convention here for fifteen years as a fearless and effective champion of Democracy and as the lifelong supporter of Hon James B McCreary from his second race for Congress to the present hour Mr Woods commended himself to the graces of the Senator whose action in making him his assistant secretary met- with approval bere and wherever he was known As Mr Woods friend and in the endeavor to repay soniejrf the services he so freely performed for the CLIMAX and its staff this tribute is printed believing it to be better to whisper in a listening ear than to sound it above a a coffined form Jour Mens and Boys Shoe Department Our line of Highcut Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the winter days that always have come and are sure to come again IN MENS FINE SHOESr Stacy Adams CO and W L Douglasi have nosuperior We have sold these lines with more satis faction to our trade and when once tried the satisfaction promptsyou to buy another pair RICE AND ARNOLD 1r t61 r uin PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATTORHBTS IN MILLER ATTOBXETATLAW RICHMOND KBSTCCXT Office n the Bunum Building next door to annera National Bank feb3ly J S1JLLrV ArruitNTLAwFrRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D OHENAULT TTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawR1- CflMOD KENTUCKY IfiTOffice over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS tleATrOEEYSCOUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office over Perry AThomaa drug store PSIOIA1SJ DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tht Dr Hobson building MoinStreet H GJdSPERMD Medicine and Surgery Grace Stoufler Building Main Street felphone at residence the Carr place on Broadway ICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS V D Jl PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY EO Vance 00 k Mrs E OYance D 0- Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Bull hug Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE tOndaates Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL s1a1TtDT 8Xt obsiwu- aNTIsr op LOUISVILLE KY Buildingalchmsndnovl7ly n V M Blanton u DENTIST 9Officelii Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday December 9 1903 Xodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you ea- t4TTENTMN We have moved onr produce busineeu from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for ISggspPoultry HidestFurs and other Produce 5ive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Secoiil street 2ljUlJv RUHMOXD KY One Minute Cough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup Loibis I Mlutic iiflnii DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVB EIOHMOND or veralUeaLawrenceburJrtShel1atIII pm LIB For Irvine tWLIB TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and t1Wam Cincinnati 8tCp D Irvine 385 pm O M BROWNING Gsa Utr K7RRIchinonc K TO THOSE wishing to purchase tKe celebrated Page Wire Fence jtjtji Veare pleased tostatathat it is on sale at the tallowing places in Madison county Arbnclcle Simmons R chmond arcv k Hamilton Vaco O Plnnel Red House J W Masters Valley View I V Whttlock Baldwin John btapp Newby Burton Roberts Rutbton J WTeater Edenton J W Prewitt Cottonburg L A Wearren Paint Lick- Wallacer O McWharter ton k Early Berea TCoy Kirkiville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glasses WA can do what is right with regard to the test and the GLASSES made to fill the prescription Our stock of Optical Goods is so large and complete that we can fill immediately all demands for glasses not of a iery unusual strength For these it will a little longer time Repairs are Itromptlyexecuted T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand Ir L1 N1a l Ar No Cincinnati and Livings LT 1248 p m ton Eie6S south bound 1248 p No 6 Cinnatl and Living 125 p m ton Express north bound 155 pm No 4 Cinnati and Livings 345am ton Express north bound 350 am LivingllO 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays yule Accm north bound 620 a m May7ENo 21 Richmond and Bow land Accm south bound 82O a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 pm ford north bound FARMSFOR We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom lands We have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere inter correspondenceis prompt attention Ceatral E y Seal Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Free it Gen MJ I 16pp3m L1K1 BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Line Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetssprso Phone 85 FLOUR r iWhere are you going my pretty maid it To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Eltiston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said Andhe never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MflI r Elliston IT Company Phone J66 3 WACO t KY Wool Carding in Season I0 I9 T rr ILLINOIS LINTHAL HAILROAD 36 60 Louisville to California Points Daily to November 30 1903 Proportionately Low Rates from Other Points Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Southand Southwest Indian Oklahoma For plderand descriptive matter of the Springs and circu lars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent or address- F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky IOORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnlte Coaltv 4 +++ ++++ M s +A I Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJ+ grate without any attention t t + + +++ + t + + + +++++ + 44 MY NAME THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys SKINSr ttiU Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Costly Mistake Blunders are Bometimns very expen sive Occasionally life itself is tilt price of a mistake but youll bo wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head ache Liver of Bowel troubles They anydrugThe Richmond Carriage Works atIgurries buggies etc They have nev stylesAlsoall kinds Repairing repainting of buggies wagons etc a specialty work and lowest prices All rubber tires guaranteed for one year Richmond Carriage Works tf S L MIDKIFF Prop Stops the Conjli and Works off tho Core etslcore Iftte dead roots are not quite 6ED PINAUDS Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic b always efficacious It is a positive dandruff cure It will keep a rS good set of hair hor- nw II filling out and will rondO beautiful tresses Jj all the more luxuriant and glory 125000 V bottladdinoncmonthaI 5Qcz1I1tpEd Piiuudj American 1J Imperil kef WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the disappearThe I is porkisto digest The time to treat consumption is when you begin trying yourselfOthers Dont wait until you cant anylongerBegi to Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consump tion you cant expect to be curedat once but if you will be inin time and will be rigidly regular in your treat merit you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you eat you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment V We will send you a little of the EHMd sicc free Be sort tha this tocHre the arm ct a label a on tile of ever battle oi I Chemists 409 Ptr1 St NY socSr a dei1 Social Low One way and Roundtrip RaTes in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Arkansas Territory and Texas IS never best can all One Hundred Dollars a Box is the value H A Tisdale Summertoii S C places on Dewltts Witch Hazel Salve He says Iliad the piles fur 20 years I tried many doctors and DeWittshealingtiseptics and emnllients relieves bleediupichiugbruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold by E C Wines 1m Call us up bv phone or drop us a note and let us call and look over your work and give you au estimate of cost to put it Sj good order for the coming season We do Rood work at moderate prices All work called for finished and delivered when promised We put on rubber tire and guarantee same for one year See our new stock of sur buyingI Prop youveaofburnssort 1m For Sale One 3 yearoia saddle and harness hay7tfGATES Good for Children harmleesOneate relief in cases of Cough Croup and LaGrippe because it does not pass im takeseffect healsaudpureliJeglvingthe blood and tissues Dr Armstrong andsaysmade Sold by E O Wine jm The farms of the United States cover 811000000 acres and employ nearly 10500 000 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure tOneMstrengtbeng ami lndigstjon4tomacli KodolnYllpepiasues pufllR etienirthens nod nwor tki5rfllepeliaCureThrive y rpmedyCWinestI1learned overcrowded Women love a clear healthy Com BUrdock1m Dont forgot to lee that swell line of wall paper shown by Perry 4e Thomas WANTEDA faithful person to travel for well established house in n fen counties calling on retail mer rySalaryditionalall payable in cash each week Posltionand rushing Standard Hone 530 Dearborn sh Chicago Ill llh lOt douefor Rent Next door to Joes Apply to llntf Jas Bennett Notice All persons owing Jo S Joplin a 1Please 5EMedium size roll top office desk nt Volvng lialr nd three ethor good Iofice ehairlilt all leAt boHoms 7tf 0m GATES A vegetable liquid for governing or flow of womena menses which occur once in every lunar ino- nthBRADFIBLD8 Female Regulatori- s the essential quality of powerful herbs adaptedforsuch form that it is always properly assimilated and taken the system Stoppages suppression painful or other Irregularity menses sickly flows are correctedand cured by the regular emmenagogueMenstruation necessitate a breaking down of cells lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after every sickness which is ccompa nied with marked congestion and loss of produceWhites is the result of these irritating discharges Regulator cures these troubles and restores to perfect health the patient who suffered the debilitating Buy of druggists 100 per bottle Our illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for Women THE BRAD FIELD REGULATOR Atlanta OLD JOE WHISKY Band made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found IIbestFamily Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles S6 If 5II ijugs 250 5If bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er uovlyr Anderson county Ky DONTthr- ow your money away for the kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tislet ter for you to buy from us and be certain oL getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEE- PCa aIOr Bcittyvi1I Goal Co Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone J 84 4uovm For Sale or Trade A neat four room col tape on Lindell avenue Lot 45x135 good cistern and small barn Will pay cash difference in trade Apply to 18n to Ij JESSE DYKES For Sale or Rent My residence on Second street and Moberley Avenue comprising all nec essary outbuildings and fifteen acres of land For particulars call on or address S Neville Moberley Richmond Ky k4t 6O YEARS IIIY EXPERIENCE PATENTS JJTRADCMARIcS ryT COPYRIGHTS Ac mayQnXCkITommonlIlonalent free Oldest agency for securing patent receJoepalScientific flmcricait A handsomely illustrated weekly Largest elr culatlon of any tctenUOo journal Terms 13 ayear four montbs tL tOld byall newsdealen YorkBranch omminion rs hIe John B r nenault Tiff against W L Farley e Heirs c Dfts- Noticeof Sale III EquIty By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court tlierfiintleralgiied t will on Saturday Dec 5 03ri Between the hours of 11 a m and 12 RiclittiomtiadIson tandbestproperty viz A Certain Lot of Ground with all the Improvements thereon lo cated in Richmond Ky on smith side streelnide thpreorjfJl reeL and with ths reIIl hvMaslelnOll1l11it1foner for John KHrloye heirtr toproluceI mooty Reordered to be made and the cosl 8 hereof TERMS Sale will be mule on a credit oT 6 and 12 months pqnally The purchaser will requireil logivo bond with good security for thn payment of the purasel1O1ty to the force legsInteresifrornreserved upon 4dpeoperty utitil a- UthepurC8MelftflMr1 8 R SOQITi if 0 M tt Qi 00 A IJIALLS One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and nil irregularities of the kidneys anti bladder in bothmen and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on seceJpt of SI One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD THIS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Ball St Louis MoDear- Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Diacov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 160 ponnds when I began using it today I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JonvA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All druggists sell them Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For COXMTMFTION OUGIIS OLDS and IACure Perfect IIPrice ILungI Money back if It foils Trial Bottles freeI MEAT MALT THE IDEAL TONIC RECONSTRUCTIVE Theres Life and Strength in Every Drop A scientific combination of the essential wiconstituentsPURE OLD MALT Louisville Ky Jannaryxi 190 MEAT MALT CO LouIsville Ky GentlemmHavifexaminedr Meat and Malt acquainted with its composition and mode of manufacture I can state that it is an efficient nerve and blood tonic It excites the appetite and inrieorates digestion inS is especially beneficial in nervous prostration and all dueaw attended with debility Yours truly 1D KASTENBINE At D Louisville College of PharmacyI MEAT A MALT CO Louisville K For Snip lwB L Middelton We keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal Uingand do not hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal IbillsperfecSatisfaction I Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the e B andsolicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Kv Notice to CreditorsI All putties having claims against tile estate IIf Sallie A Kindr d deceased lire rEqueted file same with the undersigned properly veri lied as required by law on or before February loot 01 ame will be barred All pnrtlei owing said Bailie A Kindred are requested to call and settle ut onre A 0 BARNES 4no4l Adm Sallie A Kindred RunawayTermintitHd leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III li dnvqloped n stubborn ulcer irnyieMini to doctor mid rrnirulfM fr four yunrn Tijn Buckfens Ariilc alriiredIts just at good forHunm SrsIis SMn Eruptions aid Plies 25c at all ln Mires 1m The Ball Bea- ringDensmore Only absolately ball bearing type writer ever offered Set it belore or leriug or huvingany other machine Only standard machine with p fnfr r that pofntB and equipped with luck spacer Lightrunning light touch test alignment arid easiest to operate Write for catalogue or wo wl Lave our KalHRinatf rail upon you Sold for each mid easy payments Dl l reTnlwri n o 1323 W Fourth etPi1cinBtl Q J POWER lhx2SEay tt rllooe 171 LEXINGTON I KY I am terribly bothered about making my will CHRISTMAS Day is neartt 1e Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY Arbuckle and Simmons +CALL AT++W JONES MEKSHON SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept Tap sSsss SPhone 3 Second St Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceabletogestion All food taken Into the stomach whIch fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr DKaublaof Nevada Osayi Ibid stomach trouble and was In a bad state as had heart trouble fourlIIODthaKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles onlr S 100 SIze holding 2K time J the trial size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT A OO CHICAGO For sale bv Perry Thomas One EyeAta Time Thats the way we examine sually the eyes differ in sight glass wjiicli suits one injures the other ultimately both suffer Ve use modern appliances and scien tific skill to avoid mistakes A misfit would hurt our reputation more than it would your eyes Bring us your eye troubles s eb 8o Qea 1ttt 5 RtmQt 1 6 Watdhes ersollt I Jil 2 UJ IeSltshtstgr irIeawi- l13 a L rer ra- hou nil other cthaMIll t Jc Other S3T5ci2co cvyreLe BroILIVER TROUBLES I find Thdfordi iiIackDraught diseaseJtcnredmrwith iloctors Jt Is all the nel OLINEMARTIN regnlarlysecure a package of Tbwlfonis dosetonight constipatelbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Draughtwillpuities andstrengthen the kidneys invite IUIdfeverness and contagion Weak kid Brights disease which claims as many victims 25cet1tPackage keptiIloIaekDraujJlltPlaint and found to HCel itWILLIA COFFMAN Mar blsd ll1 THEDFORD5 DLACIcDRAUGHT 0 I 4 J roasted Slajeetio Rang FIREFIRE We have just received from R Coof Boston a line of Ladies Misses Childrens and M- ensShOES that was slightly damaged in their big fire which we put sale 12 Price for the next ten days You will find these shoes to be strictly up to date and a great many not damaged all Also remember we will give 13011 1 on- allClothingk and Heavy Underwear for ten days only Yours for Bargains The Globe Store 208 Main Street formerly occupied John Taylor Gara jjHoMho 1 w lravejieversljoi lr1r1Tk k rntiruirabontathari mr show room It will jyo to YeIRniiineri Ht moderwie t best timber tire applyed anti etwantpfd ohS Call ltWork1LI w I Iolt CIII bit I ani 11lIi ns I shall In ft oven ef J on at at J by G 2 pay Prft 1jti YMr ha A II s I j s r urn a jitiY 7 Now Is flip time lo loolfr ymr vehicle Bini have them nuis iit i Irfrth caining pennonr Va mnke speceity of tiie tepatiwork suit pm lworkll1pn1Isnt itiiiiaiesmadeif required We aio tiptodta1IoJt noodrrlge WorJwJ U S 1 MisKwr Piep lJ