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J IfI c THE t RICHMOND CLIMAX r f J 1iJ 1 GLUM E 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1903 NUMBLY 29IiPHONE 80 T Get Your Worth r Lackey Hamilton ta e Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by them But Facts from Such is not the ease We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry prices Our Dress Goods Department is now complete with all the newest things in Black Goods and Novelties See our Line of Fancy Waistings in Velvets Oxfords etc from t 25c to 1 Per Yard HighestQuality eEvery Be sure to see our Line of and Furs Before making your Selection J The Style Quality and Price will please you f e Lnclies Misses And ChHdrftiiR Shoes Mens and Boys Roots anti Shoes Ladies and Mens Rubber Goods Overcoats for Men Overcoat for Youths Overcoats for Bovs Make your own price and we have a Coat to fit you The best for the money We will make you happy Yours to Please Cor Main and First Streets f Richmond Kentucky S c Jc4 C W KUTrHKR G w EVANS JR j A ANDcA A Magnificient Stock of Goods IV r== beautifulcA C I roP and our prices will suit 1 r 5 everybody L jf = Va e at home at Joplins old stand on C fAJlai street and we guarantee the best Air nost polite attention V US a call H 5 Catcher Evans- C vln Street Richmond Ky e d j Ir 6CBu- ff Coal Co I x ORUAINDO KY I d o J Alnite COa1 4I + I + + + ++ + ++ + + + + +++ 11 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary i 1 grate without any attention f++ + +++ ++++ + +4 ++ ++ +++++ + +4 + V- O J J LI J3t J L Watson Cloaks 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky An iniportHiu sale of High clas Winter CoaiB mid Suits at Special prices fur Ihls wprk MHnla1Iortd Stilts of Briea4plotb Ghevift rTiltArl Iliad and tb fnsIiiiiiHl inS itvi mixtnrn FJOIIJJ Coat trects beautifully jQnixhed Very at tmi lve ijnulnlf Hi4xrtmAlv low priors for lliisweeki ReadvtowearSkirti h all the utw nuiteriaU d Ixleet RhappR Ladies Mi6esaiid Childrens Coats AitrauivstfIesaijd diMfiictly handsome rtphijinJ Fashionable Furs Thejargest collection of FitiP Fnrnwehavepvpr hown Jackets FcurK and FaucyNfck Pieios A pisltivesavlngoufrout 25 to 33 per ceuton every piece SeaKoiiRhe tillaik and Oolonsl FaHrjcn Melton ZilHjrlinei Venetian N vve6t sliailfs in hd novelties and ftuicv Ullhlji8at wonderfully low prices this vtHki e ptcill inllksblark RIIIIohrpl peelalln BIarkttd Onlorfd r rep o deOhene24 inches wide pme ilk rich crpery White Black Light ami Dnvk HJiipliaflpaHe RnKlIIlf r ncl pray rpgnlarSl andn25Jloodll- tIl snlf only 75 cents COREl A new Hop oifz Ftsp aiiiftlier Iw ll ll makes High clftsLadlPfl Tailoriiii livening Gowns fcwTCait Suits mde with tIPei care f Millinery greatly reduced J L Watscri2ONJ r o 1 w II EG WINES DRUGSTORE U Moneys elsewhere andFactories Lowest Prices andBoysEveryrQuality Lackey Hamilton ce Hill Announcements Fog cosaajsVWeare authomed to Hnnounde HonD I toCougresofltemncralicsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R Attoruyparty We are authorized to announce R II Attorney1nbJecUoWe are authorized to announce W R AtJomeyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W Ma4leonCountyic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million subJectFOR JAILER PERKINSMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce D C 11ountyanbjcctparty We are authorized to announce N B JONES subJectWe are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER yJectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMORGANTAYLORcounty subJet to the action of the Democratic party OPAIUtfSIIcounty euojet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce ANDERSON forJatterofnf the Democratic iwrty 11KcountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK JOHNSON a candidate for Jailer of Madlstm ounty subject to the action of the Ceraocrat Ic Party e are authorized to announce I R PARKE a condldatH for Jailer f Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TERRILLcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN Pubticaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F ofPubUothe action of the Democratic party JOHNOLANIcboolsof Madison subject to the action of the Democratic party- FORASSKSSOn Authorized to announce J L RAKES of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses aor tllJJct to the action of the Democratic BIT authorized to announce BUD DUNN Ii endldate As esor of MMdison county subject to the adieu of the Democratic party FOOLDIcNcounty Kiiiiject to the action of the Demo cratic party A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dampfiiirthe occupants or a hundred other accidents are day occurrences It behooves everybody to rave rellabli salve handy and theres antis a good as Burklens Arnica alve Burnt cuts sores eczema and R dinappeor quickly undpr its spotihe eflVct 25c at guy druu store unL4Hnntsty la simply heart health LimsiJorn I Employment and hardships prevent tl1eancjto1yJihnRonRevc1utipci A sure sign of approaching revolt anti Feripiia iniublo in your system rjerv6uinrss8eenlea8less or tot- nnletSwell Electric Bitters wjll qnicklyffemelllher the frrtnlhleeoi- ncaiiee nor r falls JQ Jfnw tlie tQWI4Ch rljnlaft the kidneys att- boWpsMlmtIIate tliKJiver anil darifv thivWoH Ran df yn systems beefif p rticHlrIy and sit ffie usual attend ii t sche vatesh inlerJI6IPCIJlII nt4 w i effectiveness Electric Briif611 iH1draw 1 a If II H zIdj I THE OLD RELIABLE AbsokteiyPre THERE IS K9 SUBSTITUTE For Rest I desire to rent for the vear 1904 a residence with RiVid garden cud hhtuk Kwh II slinp at F xtnvn For further particulars callott or address John W Wilson 25utf Foxtown Ky Fublic Sale if Horses We will otferat Public Sale at 11w tucklIulll in Hicliuiunil Ky ol Monday Dnceiuher 7 being Court DI3 two car loads of good young wvaferii mares Iiiis stock will be sell renan tee 0 prices Sale will begin prmuptlj at 10 oclock a in too WAL KR HEXAULT FOR A RAINY DAY vI have umbrellas that combine be inr with utility Our lowest priceo uniiiiHiIa is sn low as good umbrella ran be miiil lor our highest is the bee hut CHII le fiiiiiidc Every conceivable oiniliiiiuii in of voId shyer ivory IMI JH shown What cart make a more Hicnpialile irifi E IA XB The Lone Star StateIDown in Texxa nt YON u u is a bin v grinds firm of which M J JHal r inilii hHil Mr hailer on one of trips Ear to buy gotls raid to a fiend IhWIL14 with him in tlm pat Co ear Here take one or these Li ti w youitzOCIIIor the dark brown taste leailarhnaiid that logy feelinsr DeWiltV Litile Early Rirern are the best pius to use Suldlv E V Wines 1mI Public SaleiHaving noimtv I have decided to offer at lilb lic auction at the iiiefw farm on Otter reek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dec 12 tile following property Two gUild milk rows one thoroughbred WnlklMir Dniiinark paddle cult oni ihornuiihhred yearling jack and all kinds f nriuint implements mid house 011 and kitchen forniturc At the time and plncr the fidlotinu Htock thn property of I Wth will hll publifly Kohl One line jnck 5 years old 1134 hands high one coming three tiirohl jaik 16 hands high one two tear old waddle boise and oe twcvear 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 R4le Chan Koper- de 22t Richmond Ky DIAMONDS Are the most iniereniinK of all jewels They have figured in history poem and song been the cause of deaths without number linked hearts to letlerprovldfJdready money all the wide eervmsc us beautiful ornaments Nothing could be more acceptable or economical as a rift tolles self or oneV friends Prices range from 5 toS250 all good flawless stones 24 L E LANE Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolls All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as So per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in price Paints We Pare local distributors for Pattons Sun Proof Paints unrt carry a large stock White LfCad Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy jug elsew- hereWindow Glass rlthetcrest you Pictures and Frames Our atockembraee8a11lbelAfest lCe8WilljIltitoD1111 iG Ol MtWIUging w MmtIiI1 N4 sif MIit- rIt 1 c SEVEN HOOSIER GIRL FARMERSt These Modern Mnuil Ilnllern Are ai llnndy with the Piano as They Are With the Plow Jonathan C Wilson a welltodo farmer living east of Rushville Ind has seven girls ranging in age from 6 to 23 years and all are old enough to work on the farm It Is no uncommon thing in passing the farm which contains 170 acres to see these modern Maud Mullers busy In all of the various departments of farm work Circumstances have had a great deal to do with their doing the farm work Their parents are old and Ufe two brothers are away at school most of the time All of the girls go to school in the winter except the two older ones who stay at home and attend to the stock and look after the farming Inter ests As early In the spring as will permit t a Bndthe surrounding fields the voices oftthese farmer girls are none the less effective When tbsohl is ready for the harrow they get out to work early They put In the corn plow and tend t usually getting it plowed over three times before the hay harvest and wheat cutting is begun Putting up hay Is one of the features of theglrls work Rak ing the meadows sweet with hay is such an uncommon thing for women to undertake that people will stop along the roadside to watch these girls load the wagons and haul It to the stack Usually one of the younger girls of the family drives the binder in cutting wheat while the others do the shock- Ing After the summers work is done cider is made and stores of all kinds put up for the winter Wood is cut and hauled to the woodshed and repairs of fences and buildings are looked after There is nothing whatever on the farm that they cannot do They are cultured and educated They look at farm work In a sensible parentsTheyhigh in the community The two older girls are skilled musicians and can touch the piano keys as well as they can handle the plow INDIAN CATHOLIC PRIEST Father NcBnhiiqnct a Fottairatnmle Brave First of III Knee to Enter the Ministry Until Rev Albert Negahnquet com pleted his four years course in the Propaganda college at Rome during the present year there had never been a fullblood Indian admitted to the priesthood in the Roman Catholic church Since the first days following Americas discovery this church has been zealous in converting the Indians and through education placing them in a position to advance in civilization There have been many zealous converts but none has ever before reached the priesthood FatherNegahnquet was born In 1874 on the Pottawatomle Indians former reservation near St Marys Kan Through the efforts of Jesuit mission aries the Pottawatomle tribe nearly a century before was converted to the Catholic faith Theoldesto ten children Negahnquet was taken at a tender age to the Church of the Assumption Qt Topeka Kan for baptism Soon afterward his parents moved with other members of the tribe to the new reservation then In the cen tral part of Indian Territory He at tended the government school for Indians and his teachers encouraged him to- gO further with his sttidles He there fore entered the School of the Sacred Heart maintained for the Indians by the Cathofics In Squthern Pottawatomle county Oklahoma Negahnqnet was consecrated to the priesthood In Rome by Cardinal Respl ghl cardinal vicar of Rome June 6 within the Church of SU John the Lateran He Is now at Muskogee I T as assistant pastor of the church and doing missionary work among the Indians RABBIT SHOOTS HUNTER New York Man JfarcoTrljr Escapea Death Vlille Ont AfterGum lu tended Victim Turns Titble Milton Reynolds ot TenMile River N Y took his gun the other day and west out after rabbits A big one got up aad Reynolds chased It until it dis appeared in a hole in the ground The hunter laid his gus down got a pole and punched Itla the hole to rout the rabbit out The gun was cocked al iidy for ReyBoIds to pick it iip and sfeoot the rabbit tke aomeat it came frO the hole The cottontall eme out with a sud thetuThe gua was discharged both barrels going off at once J positionIenough out of jfcw ct tb gait to escape the full force of the elwr es la it but two fingers weretorm frewklakftkand his Jeftcalf was bdlyl1aersted by shot lId cheek filled with them o the cogs JegBWMsfeotpR1 T r W H went on and SMHI at 1igs I CetM fJ5C TIenMt Trihi 7 jh Ill IJrEW CURE FOR CONSUMPTION Aged Printer BaotabcM Dread Disease ofOvertSlxtytwcyearold Charles E Norris has arrived In New York city with anew cure for consumption which he says beats all the antituberculosis tryIngculosis had reduced his weight to 96 pounds He has kept it up ever since and now he weighs 137 pounds and has as sound a pair of lungs as when he was a boy He wore out 66 pairs qf boots in applying the prescription The prescription was a very situ ple one Reduced to writing it reads Walk Since ho began walking when he left San Francisco two years and two mouths ago he has piled tip 8299 miles to his credit his tramp taking him up to Canada and down to New Orleans before he reached New York city It was after 48 years of toll In news paper offices from printers devil to the cases and then on the road as an advertising man that Mr Norris found himself within a few months of the threescore mark and utterly broken down in health He had a hard cough and hemorrhages He decided that only life in the open air with constant exercise could save him so he started from San Francisco to cross the continent both ways Expenses for hospitals and physicians and nurses had wiped out all his savings and he- adh just 167 when he started And so for more than two years his old man walked feeling each day new strength He stopped a week or more In many towns earning money by working at the printing cases or soliciting advertisements for the pa persHe arrived In New York with eight notebooks fitted with entries of tho names of those he came to know on his long tramp WOMAN RUNS AN ENGINE Clilcnuon Pint Certificated Female EiiHTiueer Decomen One Through Force of Circumstances Chicago has a woman engineer Miss Annie BalL Miss Ball is the only woman in Chi cago licensed to run a steam plant and she is proud of the distinction There are a good many firstclass englneersin Chicago who cannot show- sa high a certificate as I have Miss all said the other day pointing with ride to her license It is proof hink that there is still another call ing open to women An ominous gurgling somewhere in the depths of the big engine attracted her attention for a moment She straightened out the unruly median ism as calmly as another woman would the ruffles In her dress Engines are pretty much like most husbands she said unless you watch them carefully they are apt to give you trouble just when you dont expect it v Until a few days ago Miss Ball employed a regular engineer but he proved erratic In more ways than one and finally she discharged him Now you will be jn a nice fix he said as he left I guess Ill fool you there WM all Miss Ball said and forthwith sho herself became a regular certificated en gineer AGED BROTHERS MEET Were Inmate of the Same Soldiers Home for Years Neither Know mE of Outers lreseuce Henry Russell 60 years old has been an inmate of the Sawtelle soldiers home in California nine years John Russell 70 years old has been an In mate of the same home three years There are nearly 4000 soldiers In the home and though living in the same institution together threeyears they had not chanced to meet and learn each others name till last week Henry heard some one address John- sa Russell The name attracted his attention and he spoke to John What part of the country did you come fromT he asked Southampton Conn was the response What Is your first name he then Inquired John was the reply Did you know a Henry Russell 1 was the next question To be sure I dId replied John That was my little brother Well Im Henry replied the younger man and then the veterans shook hands and finally embraced These men had not seen each other or known of each others whereabouts for 46 years John left his home in 1857 for the west and the family never heard from him again DOJUothera Birds Vic a setter dog owned by Councilman W F Harrison of Bloomfield N J has adopted a brood of game chickens and has supplanted their natural mother The young birds pay no attention to anyone but Vie and It Is no unusual sight to see half a dozen of the chickens perched on the dogs back riding around the yard Getting out A seat on the New York stock ex change has just been sold for 51000 as against 52000 a week ago and 80000 a year ago Looka as if it were an ef fort to get out alive atany sacrifice remarks the Indianapolis News Sport Versus Game Miss Griscom the lady golf expert wants to know whethergolf Is still a sport oc wether it has degenerated into a game If golf Is a game asks the Chicago RecordHerald what shall buuid of checkers v TO CTOX i COLD iy OT1DA Take Laxative Bromo Qaimle Tabets All druggists refund the nicmey if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a oa each box 25 cents It Is a sad religion that is never iroriK unless its owner Is sicikbIc- ag Tribune Fight Will biBiter Those who will persist j ir clewing IlieireareagInst the euntitl3s4 romrnenHatioD of Dr Kiwis r Discovery torutithptfoii wilt bay a long anti bitter figlitwitbltlwir troubles jf not ended aarlkrby fatal termination Road what T R BflUlL olBeli Mias liaBtocfty LWIIt flI my wirehair cr flheIoverythlael ha1d fal4ed 1uprve ttirtMall Urutrewto Priet InhLttlss iri A 1 Jt I J COR MAIN FIR ST i THE HALF WAY HOUSE rebuild strenirth j41Ita THERE are many whose taste strike golden mean the ultrafashionable Prince frock coat and the short off that dont figuresThe occupies this middle ground The Business Frock presents an appearance of elegance It is essentially smart when made of rough Scotch material other popularstuffs especially suited to such garment IT IS AN SUIT for yoiincr men who know the prosperousTherequire for semidress this CoThefigurefollowingting liKe this for small price 15 61 when your end the merchant would better and you perhaps two Our eioaks and Wraps forLadiesthan they can buy where else Our Ladies Tailormade Suit Department is chuch full of handsome readymade suits for the Holiday wear If you need handsome dress at low price pall and see this line Our Shoes and Boots are better wear better have more style about them and are at lower price good reliable shoemaking than ony to be had in the city carry euerything that is made in shoes Get our prices and same money Santa Clause Will Have Headquarters in our Basement kinds of Toys Fancy Chinaware Imported Japanese wares and holiday pres ents of all kinds will be found in our basement See our elegant assortment of holi day goods in the basementDrop in and Lets Talk it O- verWDOLDH71MCO I 4C STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTSe A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock ina rich mining property three miles from Globe Arizona t Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and f Gold Mining and Milling Company awinch promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending our Jerome Bisbee and If GlobeIf I II 300 Acres in compact undisputed title No debts of any kinddevelopment still going onJin the mot modern and systematic mannerIS claimsand everv claim bn mine ore in sight on every one Copper and Lead all in paying quantities wltn assays in Tin Uranium etc Large of Iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground Those who did not buy in the great mining properties of other parts of the westwhen wati offered for IOu share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in thetJArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Milling Cot 50 Cents per Share V which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable ProJJ ceeds from sale of stock goes into development work for machinery used in mining and milling and the hoist inir arid handling of ores from mineto mill v No officers pay Dividends paid when mine producing As an investment guaranteed abso lutelv stile It not offered speculation but as an investment for must advance In price The Gen Jv L eral Manager From present indications stock should be par before the of the year The in slor will notice that Having tire United Verde Senator Clarks with its BillionDollar Ore in w- J APIthis an investment Is tir- eMiningC Opportunity of the Present Century J fawlea Mgr CaridOffice Globe Arizona c rr rr rI Women loves clear healthy com plexion htood makes it Burr Blood Bitters makes pure blood 1m ETileeefssRmL Nextdpor Jo Joes Apply to ilntf Jas Benaett Kodol Dysfjepsia Cure peak all classes of load to see and HtrenxtlisoB the stOmach and digestive orgaiis Cures Dyspepsia Stomach tlN rich red blood h han strength Kodo- tyspea Cure wprnoot tia parities BS and ers tbfl etomsch Goy W Atkin son ol W Vat says have used tMHwter ef botttes of Kodol Dyspepei Cfead found it to be very eWfetiyp and Imleeilapoworfal rein flit MeinMh wlreeats recow ittmv Mende Sold B0 Win 1M tales rolltop Ai tti tW 11 t L men between Albert sacks set unobtrusive or of IDEAL profes sional men who suit wear Suit so a as amiable fr tailor charge you twice much for no make wait week or for 7any a for We Old All situated j t to rld i a bodywith Uold Silver good a f i quantities stock Arizonaand IIIt a salaried to is w- A is as a it states at close v mine as t t Pure dock Indigestion lt d E sweet 3 I R have a I i o i lby A k a a a a as a a a L SecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable BIdg Denver Colorado r r r Vice President Branch Office 910 Tacbmaldg Chicago Illinois n A Reminder 4 X- That we are right in the posh hour superb c stock ofj J J J1JI Q y Goocls i We carry complete line of Notions beautiful 7CLaces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings1Give us a llahl we will give you o Jft atisEactio1a WtJlll1tejf 7JJB1fj f t r CnerMaandScoH t lt 1c i 4RLOHMOND KI3lrTlJCKY iisl t u 7 7T j iTHE RICHMOND CLIMAXJ trfj J il VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9 1903 NUMBLY 29 lr fPHONE 80 WINES DRUG STORE Get VOU rMoneys Worth Lackey Hamilton tWant 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 privilege to profit by them But Facts from Such is not the ease We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry and by keeping constantly in close touch with the large Wholesale Houses and Factories we are enabled to secure the latest and best values at the lowest possible thingsinSee our Line of Fancy Waistings in Velvets Oxfords etc from 25c to J Per Yard Quality t Be sure to see our Line of and Furs tBefore making your Selection J The Style Quality and Price will please you J Highest Ladies Minxes and Shoes Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes Ladies aud Mens Rubber Goods We have just to our FaIl Stock some very Suits for Men and at that will cause you to how we do it w EveryStyle r Childrens added Nobby Boys prices wonder Overcoats for Men Overcoats for Youths Overcoats for Boys Make your own price and we have a Cont to fit you The best for the money Wn will make von happy Yours to Please Lackey Hamilton Cor Main and First Streets f Richmond Kentucky i S cj4 W EVANS JRW tnI1FRG lSiewc Firm I i A Magnificient Stock of Goods 2 v Everything for the home beautiful Y can be found in our store r V 5 c I and our prices will SUltl r IC L- rYb0dYe s JC Va at home at Joplins old stand on f 4at i street and we guarantee the best r flSt polite attention f c Cgve US a call inlrlAtu Evans A 11 Street Richmond Ky e cu I Big Hill Coal Co i ORLAINDO KYjr3 t a eo A Inite Coal I + + + + + + 4+ + + + + + + + +++ + ++ ++++ + + 1 Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J4 t gratE without any attention f J + ifl + + +4++ +++ + 4++ + ++o I J L Watson Cloaks rEveryOualitv 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky An important sale of High claB Winter Coats and Suits at Special prices fr ibis wwk Mantailored Suits uf Broadcloth Cheviot Ziberlines and ili fMsiini lti Sr it4li mlxtnr Long oat effects beantifullv finished Very at ti live itisiII Ht f xtrem lv low prints for this week Readvtowear Skirt Ji h all the new materials ad latest shape Ladies lIeshud Childrens Coats rAItraatIve styles and dUtinctly handsome deM- jniiFashionable Fur The largest colloctiin of Fin Furs weMiave everViown Jackets Soul and Fancy Neck Piees A psltivc saving of from 25to33peTr ceut on every DJHCG Seasons best Hlak and tolored Fahriwr Melton Zlberllne Venetian Newest shades in cl red novelties and lancv iUltlUJSat wonderfully low prices thlf veek t KpeciHN in SilkRblftrk and oolnH speclal in BIzwkand Colored Crepe de Phene 24 Inrlien widt pure silk rich liulniiiR crepery Wliite Black Light ad Dark Khirviiampaane ROSBHIH Fr nch Gray regular andnSogoodH tlii Hltlf only 75 cents CO FlKiri A neW Jill of Pez Fassp Still filer leadlne makes High CIR Ladtep Tailoring Evening Gowns and Cot Suits made with ep cial care Millinery greatly reduced J LWatson 1820 NHJpper Lexington Ky EG Lowest Prices Announcements Poll CONQBKSX We are authorized to imnounde Hon D I toCougreseorllemocralicsolicited FOH COUNTY ATTORNEY We lire authorized to announce W R Attorwyparty iiCROOKIsubject to the action of fan Democratic party We are authorized lo announce W R AtforDyof the Democratic pany FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W tlsonConntyic Party We are authorized to announce B B Million subjectFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FJ PER ofMadisonDemocratic party ObRIOGSasPounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subjectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER sobjecttoWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMORGANTAYWacounty subjet to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PAIUUSII a candidate for Jailer of Madison county suojet to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONLAKESJailer of Madison county lubject to the action of the Democratic party UKINNIDYcountysublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK IOIIV8ON a candidate for jailer of Madison ounty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a condldatH for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to annonn e n B TEE RILL JK candidate for Jailer of Madison county snbjett to the action of the Democratic party TlDUERSON DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT- We are authorized to announce E P BEN TON a candidate fur Superintendent of Pub lie Schools of Madison county ubject to the action of the Democratic parly We lire authorized to announce BEN F EDWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madlf on county subject to the action of the Democratic party We Are authorized to announce JOHN NOLAN u candidate for uperinlenilent of PUbhc schools of Madison counly suli3ect to the action of the Democratic party FORAS8KSSOB i r r authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor uujcct to the action of the Democratic an authorized to announce BUD DUNN a candidate for Asrtosor of Madison county subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assexsor of Madison county ject to the action of the Demo cratic party A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves exervbodv to have n reliabln salve handy and theres noun a good an Bncklens Arnica alvfi Burns cuts nres eczema and nil II dioappear quickly undpr its footing effect 25c at any drug store 1m Honesty Is simply heart health tfarasHorn Employment and hardships prevent melancholy Johnson Revolution Imminent A sure rijjn of approaching revolt and ferioiiH trouble in your system 1 nprvousnrg sleeoteealess or stein ach Electric Bitters will quickly dfemeinber the troublesonie canses It nev r fails to tone the stomach roculaft tlin kidneys anti bowels itlm late tlm liver mill clarifv the blood Run dr tn systems benefit particularly and all the usual attend IRR chelvanlah under its searchlnp and thorough effectiveness Electric nittera is onhCOo and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction GuaraiBted MtlldruKgists 1m 1c 1 h f I THE OLD REUABE AbsohehPreT- HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE for Rent I desire to taut fur the vear 1004 a hlltCk1WIIparticulars call on or address John W Wilson 25uif Fixtown Ky Public Sate if Horses We will otter at Public Sale at tin Stock Vanlrt in Uieliiiminl Ky ol Monday December 7 being Court la two ear loads ofiztiod young waferi mares Ihis stuck will be soul rear in o prices Sae will begin promptly ut 10 oclock a in 100 WALIvRR HEXAUIT FOR A RAINY DAY We have umbrellas that combine be tny with utility Our lowest priceu umiiicla is as low as a good umbrella ran be mud tur our highest is the bee hilt tall he found Every conceivable iMiiiliinuii lit of uold sliver ivory in tviHxi IH shown What can make a uuitv ncc tililf gin E IANK The Lone Star State Down III Tuxaa at Viol u II is a bit tv ginxls firm of whites M J M Hal ri tlir liHHil Mr Mailer on one of is trips Eat to Imv gisls said to a f iiiid was with him in lh pal c car Here take one of tliesn Ii tie Early Hirers upon mitring anti you iIIf riii early in his morning feeling ffljii For he dark brown1 taste teadarlinand that logy feellm DeWittV fjililn Early Hirers Hethe best pills to II lie Sold hv E 1 WJIIPH llil hPublic Sale Having detArininrd to leave the conntv I have decided to offer at pub lic auction at the Guess farm on Otter Creek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dec 12 tire following property Two good milk rows OUH thoroughbred Wnlkinir Dnliinark raddle unit out thoroughbred yearling jack and all kinds f farming impemeiiis and house hold and kitchen furniture At the same time and place the follovmc tock the property of P W Ioweli will be publicly Kolii One flute jack yearn old l43 hands high one coming three yearold jnrk 1C hands high outs two tear old saddle house and ole twoveai old saddle filly Pedigrees of the above stock will ht furnished on day of sale The stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months Terms on other articles made known on day a4lti Unas Soper d22t Richmond Ky DIAMONDS Are the most iiiierefiini of all jewels Tfley have figured in history poem mid song been the cause of deaths witliqut numbers linked hearts to irether provided ready money all the whie serving as beautiful ornaments Nothing could be more acceptable or economical as a gift t ones self or ones friends Prices range from 5 to2oO all good flawless stones 24 L E LANE Wall Paper Stock of 60000 Rolle All the latest designs and novelties Some as low as 31 per roll Window Shades All colors and sizes from lOc on up in pr- icePoints i We are local distributors for Pattons Sun Proof Paints and carry a large stock White Lead Oils Varnishes Brushes Putty Etc Get our prices before buy ing elsew- hereWindow Glass A large stock just received for the fall trade and prices to In terest y- onPictures and Frames Onr stock embraces all tim latest novelties mid the prices will astonish you Geo1 M WHlging 209 W MAIN ST Next door to Madteua Natt Bank t SEVEN HOOSIER GIRL FARMERS These Modern Maud Mailer Are at llundjr with the Piano ns They Are with the 11ovr Jonathan C Wilson a welltodo farmer living east of Kushville Ind has seven girls ranging in age from to 23 years and all are old enough to work on the farm It is no uncommon thing in passing the farm which con tains 170 acres to see these modern Maud Mullers busy in all of the various departments of farm work Circumstances have had a great deal to do with their doing the farm work Their parents are old and ute two brothers are away at school most of the time All of the girls go to school in the winter except the two older ones who stay at home and attend to the stock and look after the farming inter estsAs early in the spring as will permit the ground is broken and as the gee and haw of the plowman is heard in the surrounding fields the voices of these farmer girls are none the less effective When thsoil is ready for the harrow they get out to work early They put in the corn plow and tend it usually getting it plowed over three times before the hay harvest and wheat cutting is begun Putting up hay is one of the features of theglrls work Rak ing the meadows sweet with hay Is such an uncommon thing for women to undertake that people will stop along the roadside to watch these girls load the wagons and haul it to the stack Usually one of the younger girls of the family drives the binder In cutting wheat while the others do the shock ing After the summers work is done cider is made and stores of all kinds put up for the winter Wood is cut and hauled to the woodshed and repairs offences and buildings are looked after There is nothing whatever on the farm that they cannot do They are cultured and educated They look at farm work In a sensible way and are glad to help their parents They are church workers and stand high in the community The two older girls are skilled musicians and can touch the piano keys as well as they can handle the plow- INDIAN CATHOLIC PRIEST Father XelRhlllJuet a Polfawntomte- Ilrnve First of Ills Race to Enter the Ministry Until Rev Albert Negahnquet completed his four years course In the Propaganda college at Rome during the present year there had never been a fullblood Indian admitted to the priest hood in the Roman Catholic church Since the first days following Americas discovery this church has been zealous in converting the Indians and through education placing them in a position to advance in civilization There have been many zealous converts but none has ever before reached the priesthood FatherNegahnquet was born In 1874 on the Pottawatomie Indians former reservation near St Marys Kan Through the efforts of Jesuit mission aries the Pottawatomie tribe nearly a century before was cQnverted to the Catholic faith- Theoldestof tenchildrenNegahnquet was taken at a tender age to the Church of the Assumption at Topeka Kan for baptism Soon afterward his parents moved with other members of the tribe to the new reservation then in the central part of Indian Territory He at tended the government school for Indians and his teachers encouraged him to go further with his studies He there fore entered the School of the Sacred Heart maintained for the Indians by the Catholics In Southern Pottawatomle county Oklahoma Negahnquet was consecrated to tbe priesthood in Rome by Cardinal Respi ghl cardinal vicar of Rome June 6 within the Church of St John the Lateran He Is now at Muskogee I T as assistant pastor of the church and doing missionary work among the Indians RABBIT SHOOTS HUNTER New York Man Narronlr K cnj c Death While Out After Game lu tended Victim Turns Tables Milton Reynolds of TenMile River N Y took his gun the other day and went out after rabbits A big one got up and Reynolds chased it until It dis appeared In a bole in the ground The hunter laid his gun down got a pole and punched it In the hole to rout the rabbit out The gun was cocked all ready for Reynolds to pick It up and shoot the rabbit tbe moment it came from the hole The cottontail came out with a sudden rush Its first bound landed it on the gun Its fore feet struck the trigger The gun was discharged both barrels going off at once Reynolds was in a stooping position his dog near him Ho was just far enough out of line of the gun to escape the full force of the charges in it but two fingers were torn from his left hand his left calf was badly lacerated by shot and Ills left cheek filled with them One of the dogs legs waBhot off The rabbit went nand Js still at large Conscience is condensed character Chica Tribune NEW CURE FOR CONSUMPTION jlcetl Printer Bane Dread Disease by Lone Walk ot Over 8000 Mile- sSixtytwoyearold Charles E Norris has arrived In New York city with anew cure for consumption which he says beats all the antituberculosis lymphs ever Invented Ho began try ing It on August 8 1901 when tuber culosis had reduced his weight to 90 pounds He has kept It up ever sInce and now he weighs 137 pounds and has as sound a pair of lungs as when he was a boy He wore out 66 pairs qf boots In applying the prescription The prescription was a very sim pIe one Reduced to writing it reads Walk Since he began walking when he left San Francisco two years and two months ago he has piled up 8299 miles to his credit his tramp taking him up to Canada and down to New Orleans before he reached New York city It was after 48 years of toil in news paper offices from printers devil to the cases and then on the road as an advertising man that Mr Norris found himself within a few months of the threescore mark and utterly broken down in health He had a hard cough and hemorrhages lie decided that only life in the open air with constant exercise could save him so he start ed from San Francisco to cross the continent both ways Expenses for hospitals and physicians and nurses had wiped out all his savings and he had Just 167 when he started And so for more than two years this old man walked feeling each day new strength He stopped a week or more in many towns earning money by working at the printing cases or soliciting advertisements for the pa persHe arrived in New York with eight notebooks filled with entries of tho names of those he came to know oa his long tramp WOMAN RUNS AN ENGINE Chicagos First Certificated Female I2iiKineer Becomes One Through Force of Circumstances Chicago has a woman engineer Miss Annie Ball Miss Ball is the only woman in Chi cago licensed to run a steam plant and she is proud of the distinction There are a good many firstclass engineers in Chicago who cannot show as high a certificate as I have Miss Ball said the other day pointing with pride to her license It is proof I think that there is still another calling open to women An ominous gurgling somewhere in the depths of the big engine attracted her attention for a moment She straightened out the unruly mechan- Ism as calmly as another woman would the ruffles in her dress Engines are pretty much like most husbands she said unless you watch them carefully they are apt to give you trouble just when you dont expect it Until a few days ago Miss Ball employed a regular engineer but he proved erratic in more ways than one and finally she discharged him Now you will be in a nice fix he said as he left I guess Ill fool you there was all Miss Ball said and forthwith she her self became a regular certificated en gineer AGED BROTHERS MEET Were mutates of the Same Soldiers Home fur Years Neither lowInG of Others Irvneucc Henry Russell 60 years old has been an Inmate of the Sawtelle soldiers home In California nine years John Russell 70 years old has been an In mate of the same borne three years Ther are nearly 4000 soldiers In the home and though living in the same Institution together threeyears they had not chanced to meet and learn each others name till last week Henry heard some one address John as Russell The name attracted his attention and he spoke to John What part of the country did you come from he asked Southampton Conn was the re sponse What Is your first name he then Inquired John was the reply Did you know a Henry Russell was the next question To be sure I did replied John That was my little brother Yell Im Henry replied the younger man and then the veterans shook hands and finally embraced These men had not seen each other or known of each others whereabouts for 46 years John left hIs home in 1857 for the west and the family never heard from him again Dog Mother Birds Vic a setter dog owned by Council man W F Harrison of Bloomfield N Jhas adopted a brood of game chickens and has supplanted their natural moth er The young birds pay no attention to anyone but Vic and it Is no unusual sight to see half a dozen of the chickens perched on the dogs back riding around the yard Getting Out A seat on the New York stock ex change has Just been sold for 51000 as against 52000 a week ago and f80000 a year ago Looksas if it were an effort to get out alive at any sacrifice remarks the Indianapolis News Sport Versus Game Miss Griscom the lady golf export wants to know whether golf Is still a sport or wether it has degenerated Into a game If golf Is a game askh the Chicago RecordHerald what shall be uld of checkers TO OTOE A COLD IK ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents It is a sad religion that is never strong unless its owner is si kChi cago Tribune Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist In closing their ears against the continual rom mendntion of Dr Kinus nw Discov cry forftonpumptlon wilt have a long and bitter fight with their troubles jnot ended earliertjy fatal termination Read what T R Basil of Bcall Miss hastopav Lsst fall my wife had ov art sympton of consumption he took Dr Hints New Discovery after everything else id failed Improve jnent came atone and four cured her Guaranted by all druieiBte Price 50c and Jl Tna lotilea free l a 1- COR MAIN FIRST III THE HALF WAY HOUSE food VasaYR Cure my THERE are many men whose taste strike golden between ultrafashionable Albert and the off sacks that dont set figuresThe occupies ground The Business Frock presents appearance of unobtrusive elegance is essentially smart when made rough Scotch material or of popularstuffs especially suited garment IT IS IDEAL SUIT for young know prosperousThe profes sional require for semidress wear popular It handtailored Schloss Bros Co Best Clothes Makers The fit is guaranteed because measured on model of your following methods distinctive of SCHLOSS artisanship of get Suit like this for price as 15irr friend the merchant tailor charge twice for no and you wait perhaps week or two Our Cloaks and Wraps are the of town county Everybody that sees our beautiful Jackets for Ladies ond Misses that we are selling for 348 and 498 say that they are better than they can buy for 7 anywhere else Our Ladies Tailormade Suit Department chuch full of handsome readymade suits the Holiday wear If need a handsome dress at a low price call and see line Our Shoes and Boots are better wear better have style about them are at a lower price for goodreliable shoemaking than to be had in city We carry euerything that made in shoes Get our prices money Old Santa Clause Will Have Headquarters in our Basement kinds of Toys Fancy Chinaware Imported Japanese wares and holiday pres ents of all kintjs will be found in our basement See our elegant assortment of holi day goods in basementIDrop in and Lets Talk it Over w D OL DH7KM CO 5C STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona t Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by s ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and b Gold Mining and Milling Company j which promise to be equal to any ot the Great JProducers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending J out Jerome to lsbeand t J Absolutely in the Center of the Belt J And in Center of the Globe Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled In the w rldJII 360 Acres in a conpact bodywith undisputed title No of any kinddevelopment still going on in the mot modern and systp11tic mannerIS claimsand every claim will be a mlneore iu sight on every one Copper ioih and Lead all In paying quantitieswith good assays In Till Uranium eteLarge of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground JItfA ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co A- e SO Cents per Share Jputs the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter fully and nonassessable ProJ sale of stock oesinto development work machinery used in mining and milling and the A tfA lutelv sale It to not offered as a speculation but as an investment for it must advance in The Gen eral Manager states present indications stock should be at par before the close of the year The investor J will notice hat tile United Verde Senator Clarks mine with its BUlionDolIar Ore Body in- Sight It on the northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Bisbee and other mines operated bv A- J Phelps Dodge Co who have turned their attention from banking to mining because it pays better that this as an investment IB tho C Mining Opportunity of the Present Century J addressfFr further Information tI ROBT M FOREE i b Prefl and Gen Mgr Main Office c Arizona rr C r Women love a clear healthy com plexion Pure hhood makes it Bur dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood 1m floase for Rent Next door Jo Joes Apply to llntf Jas Bennett Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach troubles and makes rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cure rebuild wornont tis sues purifies strengthens and sweet era the stomach Gov 3 WAtkinI- sonofW I have used a ntrmber of hoLlIes of Kodol Dyspepsia and have found it to be a very effective and Indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recom mpnd it to friends Sold by EO Wines 1m c41 Eor Sale Medium size rolltop offlced 8ki re volvin chair ahid three j g office chairs al leather pottofM4 7tf QWGZi s a the Prince frock coat short this middle an It of other to such a AN men who the men who a suit this cut is by The a figure Think ting a so small a when your amiable would you as much better make a talk the and is for you this more and ony the is and same All the the the debts Silver which Stock paid for hoist price From Having A Globe JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado rr FRANK A Branch WRIGHTWj Chicago Illinois Ct 4 Reminder That we are right in the push withour superb stockofbt Jl J IyGoods fift We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction c1JT1bJtJ Whsonj Corner Main and Second 1 RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 E What Are You Waiting For Our Stock is Large Our Goods New Our Prices Low We make a business of making bargains ins Boots and ShoesOur line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line in the city We have a large stock of 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 r Low Water Markfor 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 Ihe Richmond Climax C CHENAULT President A D MILLER Editor Manager n u WEDNESDAY DEC 9 1003 PDHLlaHKI KVEKY WKIINIMIIAY Kl The Climax Printing Co I Incorporated THERB is mi doubt now but that Andrew Carnegie will die a poor man HP is to start a newspaper tWE an in receipt of a handsome special edition of the Fam1iiigtonflThe nutnhnr In and ra Iroud interests of Western Ken tucky It is handsomely illustrated and a most attractive work of art The Dew was cstahliHlied at Earlington in 1KS9 and has become quite a factor in the great coal mining sections ot our State Mr Paul M Moore Is the editor and publisher of the Bee while Mr James E Fawcett is associate editor and biininefis manasrer These two gentlemen are hustlers in journalism and we extend to them our congratula tions upon their success and business sagacityuNow Open On last Fridnv and Saturday the Mens Industrial Building of Heron Col lee was opened with appropriate AX eriisi8 This is a valuable addition to Bert a College which it already a tllr in the educational world The new Industrial Building cost O 000 and is thoroughly equipped In it one may learn printing drawing masonry car pentry lilacksmithing painting and all kinds of wood work in fact all the vai ions trailes now known to man Extra Announcement J Arrangement have been concluded for the appearance in this city at the 1 0 Op ra House on the evening ot Dit 10of the distinguished artiste i ita Proctor Otis iti Ibsens fascina ting play Heilda Gabler Ibsen has be c me a fad with all classes of theatre g icrswlio will undoubtedly welcotin tliis opportunity to see his Creates dnina Seat sale wSi commence Mon Dec 7 Orders sent ill advaiic will be liilled at the box nfllro Al 4y Ujh this is an unusual attraction tli TH VllTnVno advance in time regu tar tint prices wnich will range from 26 rents to 150 tJIBrorCo11 LEXINGTON KY If you are thinking of giving a Picture for a Xmas present if It Will Be Easy To Picki from our large collection of Original Water Colors Copley Prints Carbons PhotograveuresSuitable Handsomely framed Also Gibson and Christie Calendars In CiFiBroweriCo MAIN AND BROADWAf LEXINGTON KyII lIpI1 1 b N 0I r h DEATHS KOYCK Last Thursday death claim en another who wes just in the ful bloom of young manhood Hargis Ilovce was seventeen years of age he was a son of Mr Samuel Royce whe resides near Foxtown His death was due to pneumonia time ravages of which the victim was unable to with stand Besides a father he is survived by two sisters His funeral services w ere conducted Friday by Rev J W Crates thence his burial in the Rich mond cemeteryIHUME Our community was severely shockedon last Thursday night when became known that Dr Eugene Fume was dead He had been ill for several days at the home of his sister Mrs Harvey Chenault but few knew that Ito was seriously so Dr Hume was about 27 years old He was educa ted at Old Central University where he graduated with high honors He then devoted himself to the study of medi cine After receiving his degree of lI- D he located in Lexington where he practiced his profession Eugene Hume belonged to one of Madisons oldest and most honored families He was a favorite in the society of this is tome town possessed as he was of- itie penonai appearance and magnetic iimmifars He was a member of the In cal lodge of Elks under the auspices of which his funeral occurred Saturday Besides his mother Mrs Eugenia Hume he is survived by two brothers Messrs E B and W S Hume and two sisters Mrs Harvey Chenault of this city and Mrs Lewis Harrington of Macon Ga After beautiful and ap propriate funeral services at the home of his sisters his remains were laid to rest in the Richmond cemetery AniLL Thirtyseven years ago Jamus R Azbill was born in this county He died on November 30th in Canon City t olorado of consump tion Deceased was a son of Mr Irvine Azbill of near Union who is one of the most prosperous farmers in this county He left here about seven andIIraveledlexico Arizona and Colorado For tnree weeks beiore he died his father was at his bedside doing all that was within human reach to make comfortable and pleasant the surroundings of the patient whose life was fast ebbing away All the skill of physicians and all the art of loving hands were unable to stay the icy hand of death andon the TOili day of last month the soul of James R Azbill winged its flight into eternity He was a splendid type of man hood noble generous kind hearted and true His death was a sad blow to his parents He is also survived by a brother and sister The remains reach ed here last Thursday and were laid to rest in the Parkes burying ground be side that of his wife who preceded him to the grave about six years To time bereaved family we extend our deepest sympathy uThe Limited Mail will be at the Grand Opera House Friday night with its big mechanical railroad train and its thrilling scenes oi railroad life Hows his We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure OWeaUlIbtJllbvefinanciallyaideby their firm DrugJrislsfoledo OhioHaliVinter natty acting directly upon the blood systemLestmmonials bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the heat 1m VA am 1 JIISALES Watches I This is the Ir ersoll Dollar atch which sells at the lowest price carries the strongest gar utreaid FdCoIthan at s 175311 100 SI oItv drntwhere orpostmMbynsTorJioo Fr Robt II Ingersoil 6 Bro eIDept 3 51 lAt HEW YORK 1Ithe roots ate not quite dead ED PINAUDS Eau de Quinine II III Hair Tonic II is alwijrs efficacious It is a positive dandruff cure It wil keep a goodS tf hair from II faliinout and will render beautiful tresses jjj all the more luxuriant 5000I Loiisie Atlantic MM DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraalllesLawrenceburglShell 1105 am and Cincinnat- iForlrvlne 345 pm llM am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and I llMam mFromO M BROWNING Gen Mgr KItRichmond Ky Public Sale businessheretoloresigned we will o- nThursday Dec 17th offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following property viz 300 Acres of Land known as the Frank Harber place tiFourof Kunyon Grove school house or wilt sell 200 acres with imprnvetnetits consist ing of Rood dwelling cistern c Farm well watered Will also sell 1 pair of good work l5Rhighweanling mules 1 extra Jennet colt 1 extra Jack colt 1 harness and saddle mare family horse 30 head home yearllnlZhtifprsbrood BOWS and about 40 shoats Farm lug Implements consisting1 of 1 2hon mowing1 large cutting bex with horse power waconbOIr2Yhousehold goods indayEVERETT HUGUELY W C FRENCH T D Ctienanlt Auct JOES line of Fancy Candies is superb Also all kinds of fine Fruits Game in season and good to eatI fLINCH EvellJngbrl ht- Redtlrelightj Its a cinch Playing Flinch Pitching cards Pure With your pardsSt Out ofeightMLet mo dealM SInPlaying EilinchmMSuch a hand Beats the band Measley deal Perfect steal Oh for a sixtIn a had DISure as fate My play again Want a ten Just as I saidVFifteen instead Ah dear me Tee Hee Hee Got a seven Now come eleven Watch me score With this Sakes fcurIIts a five Deal the cards Pass regards Not blue Its a two Oh Great gunsGGot lx oneshYottre Meanley shame Drew a nine This is tine Hopes run high Oh my- SiiHg I struck Just my luck Isnt it a shame Lost the game T C Adams Dec 7 03 No 20 New ionnecticut Food Chop per at the thicket Store For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 400 Will sell for myIlOmePhone No long ring or five 107 7 tf G W GATES A Superb Stock Those of our readers who admireh pretty thingeshmouldcall at L E jewelry store and feast their eyes r Lane at all tinifs carries a Inost superb stock hut now he has his holiday goods and his store presents a beauti ful appearance His line of silverware- Is complete cutirlass too in profusion and diamond of the first water Then he also has a nice line of clocks watches mirrors com lis and brushes in fact anything and everything that can be found in a firstclass jewelry store Call a L E Lanes and see all these pretty things whether you buy or not It will do yon good It Donation Day at The Infirmary The Tuesday before Thanksgiving is always donation day at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary The esteem in which this institution is teld by the commu nity was shown on Tuesday November 24 Never in its history have the gifts of the people been more freely generous Groceries meats linens house hold and kitchen furnishing and money poured in from early morning until the shades of night tell softly down Town and county were bounti fully represented while the interest of the school children was liberally dem onstrated It was a pleasure indeed to see them come singly in groups and marchinir by grades their hands filled with gifts their facesshining with the joy ot helping time needy Who can estimate limo value of this early training in good worksupor tlmeir souls or know what it means to the city to the cnunty to the state for the men and women ot the future to learn thus in childhood that it is more blessed to give than to receive If we lay special emphasis upon the contribution of all these lovely young people let it not be thought that we prize less those of the older citizens who have stood so staunchly by us Tor so long whithont whose constant aid we should have been forced to close the doors of this beautiful charity In extending our grateful thanks to each and every one who remembered us not only on donation day but throughout the year we feel that we have a right to look upon these gifts j- an endorsement of time work which has ben carried on for eleven years We can point to seven hundred and thirtythree patients cared for daring that time and say to our friends Con tlnue your help bestow upon us your gifts remember ns in your prayers and we can go forward in the strength df theLord to a greater and better work than we have yellaccompliced By order of the Infirmary Association Miss C F Bum Au Pres MRS C D MILLER Sec The following is a comple list of the dOllntlonsi Frasa Bros six brooms W S Oldham sack flour Mrs J C Mason poda and flour Mrs Sam Hasan dried apples beans Mrs W W Pigg salt sugar hominy coffee soda soap tomatoes cereal Mrs Thomas R Collins cereal Mrs James Bennett sack flour Mrs Akers sack meal Mrs Robert Miller sack flour Douglas Cnlton ham beef roast Tlios English three chickens MIls Tille Tribble tea Miss Eloise B Smith salt Miss Hellen Bennett towels House Bros mutton roast Mrs P F Adams Jr meal rags Mrs A D Miller preserves butter Mrs K L Gentry towels soapIMis1 Elizabeth G Miller apples soap Joe 6iunchigliani I I 0 t i t p rV rL Mrs Kathrine Scbafhausen table cloth M TirsOwen McKee towels Mrs Bertha Smith preserves Curtis Bnrnaui cake chocolate Richard Miller Jr jelly peed S Tevls rolled oats soap ockton Hume sack flour Giunchiglinnl Jr sack flour rs Harvey Ohenanlt hen potatoes rs Florence Thorpe sack flour peams Turley flaked oats Turley table jellyViss LurachiysVMrs Bertha Streng 4Enzenia Hume plate Mary Hume plate Mrs 0 D Pattie sack apples iss Jane Breck pickles Hrgr Dodge grape juice Mrs Gains two brooms Mrs Alice Tribble sack flour can soup Mrs C F Burnam table cloth towels Miss Jane Stockton butter Mrs J V Logan Sr S4 Gaines Jasper sugar David Hobson Potatoes Marguerite Douglas jelly Freda Powers apples and pear Catherine Enright 10 cents Miss Alma Scrivner towels Lucille Norris jelly Anna K Stone applesVCarl Gooseman can corn ItUKelt Shearer soda Charles Powell s da A 1nnaHarry War ford apples Hugh Buckley coffee liis Kunkel meal enera Carlisle sugar HezflJ Azbill iightbreadVJanie McLane uneeda biscuit Corbitt Hopper cereal Bertha Byrd potatoes Janette Chany fruit Wallace Henry potatoes Lena Smith hominy Roger Pickles jam Carrie Allman rice Zelie Rice apnles Mary McLane untedi biscuit Cynthia Davidson potatoes Clins Cellar crackers George Blanton flour John Powell soap Wiley Kunes apples Gilbert Frost meal Ethel Kuntz flour Bertha Kuntz potatoes David Deatherasre one penny Kit Hardm sugar Lucille Buckley uneeda biscuit Elsie May Flowers eggs John Gumbert rice Holton Rawlins five cents Henrietta Delmutlr one basket soap soda coffee sugar Lucy Stone sugar Maude Boltun tea MIry Etta Farrell soap and matches Hud lisle cereal Arthur lisle Coffee Elizabeth Dohrcnky cereal Edmond Fowler sugar Etta Young beans Nettie Blount sugar Hazel Forte sugar Curt Kellar crackers Leslie Pigg cereal Johnnie Masters potatoes Ethel Curd tried apples Gilbert Montgomery peaches and meal Nancy Deatherage 0110 penny Rosa May Moberley half bu potatoes Miss Kate Walker sugar Mrs Gilbert Grinstead preserves Mrs Chits D Miller broom and mop Joe Schlegcl honey and tomatoes Elizabeth Blanton sugar Rose Tetrill oat meal Johnnie C Azbill jellyV Browning Terrill oat meal Geneva McCarthy oat meal StmeiobnsoapIarion sugar Elizabeth Shackelford apples Mattie Ballew coffee Burnam Taylor potatoes Josephine Bariow apples Alma Pay ton potatoes Nannie Montgomery coffee Hallie Shearer sugar Marguerite Buckley soap Kathleen OConner potatoes Rose Dobrowski coffee and onions Florence Alexander soap Loma Hardin flour Elizabeth Gotmley tomatoes Kussie Musters sugar Mamie Hazlewood jelly Nannie May Davidson flour Myrtle Robinson potatoes Montague Turner cup and saucer Ada Martin flour Heronica McKenna oat meal Leonard Robinscn sugar Will Hopper oat meal Eugene ONeal oat meal George Deatherage potatoes Nelson Elder towel Walker Turpin potatoes Eugene Elder soap Nathan Turpin blackberries Dorcas Pearlman cake of rub in Johnnie Foster oat meal Thos Montgomery molasses and pota Hisle potatoes Chas Payton boniiimyV Oscar Stanifer soda Willie McSwain oat meal Parke Wallace coffee Stephenson Dozier sugar Shiny Wilson sugar Tommit Elder soapVMrs James Smith one mop Florence Kennedy Burnam 25 cents Willie Elder towels Jimmy Colsher two cents Geneva Myers oat meal Robert Baxter matches arid sugar Marram apples Hattie licks two cents George Myers Jr oat meal Robert Leeds oat meal June Wiggins oat meal iene King one penny Stan Iv Barnett two cents Willie Ballard one penny Hume Grlggs two cents Charlie Anderson one penny John Jones cereal Jessie Dykes cereal John Farley macaroni Clarence Hicks one penny Hardin Smith potatoes James Cnlton two cents Fr ankVBVttIJoel SheaYeroffee- nyFrostftour Rosa Coffee meat Carrie Frost sugar Lillie Hatter catsjup Mary Wagers s gar Ruth Sample tomatoes Mary Hill flour meal sugar Myrtle Gott eggs Ora Lamb one penny Kittle Barney macaroniVRosebud Seltried two cents Mary Flaytag two cents Ethel Warlord sugar and cereal Mattie Piirg cereal Lillian Cobb rice Georgia Christman potatoes Emma Oldham two cents Mary K Powers rice alIte Gott eggs Ernestine Bowman sugar Lula Bresler potatoes Rush Beard corn Mary Doty meal l1slIleAlverllon two cents Bessie Dearinger rice Mary Allman two cents Miss Emma Duncan 25 cents Luther Young sugar Kie Doty meal Henry Engle apples Harry Rawlins five cents Bryant Luwtou coffee James Cobb matches Allen Douglas five cents Sercy Marcum cereal Rnna Parkes hominy Foster sugar Ada Flowers potatoes Adriana Muncey salt Lillian Muncey tomatoes Louise Ballard meal Katie Gumbert flour Lear Azbill cereal Katie Bingo tea Ruby Fowler cereal Elsie Smith cereal Lama Shearer rice Daphne Bowman eggs Marguerite Gooseman tomatoes Alice Hobson potatoesVMary Stouffer sugar Evelyn Gtucmcliiglianlrackezs EHzilmth Farley sugar Lizzm Wagers potatoes Miss teiia Harris potatoes Mettle Warford pickles Jennie Dobrowski flour and butter Maude Wilson cereal LItHe Sample potatoes Nannie Davits cereal Beulah Boltor uneeda biscuit Lucy Thorpe tea Georgia Lacky tipples Orlauta Bresler Maude Hayden rice Carrie Powell jam Marguerite Hagan apples Caroline Fancy rice Helen OConner applestLucille Walton Nannie Marcum cabbage Unningri Harris flour Clark Allman cereal Dan Dykes cereal John Akers sugarVRobert Ifnmsy cereal David Dubrowbki sugar Russell Stouffer sugar Norma Ginnchigliani cereal Lindsay Illnnton flour Willie Samuels com and blackberries Elith Oilsher potatoes Kathleen Kunknl butter Nellie Bresler apples Robert Clowers rice David ONeal coffee Elnora Robinson rolled oats Mattie Emertowels- Samyta Parkcs cereal Francis Robinson cereal Leo Kellar rolled oats Grace King sugar Rosena Elder soap Maggie Frost potatoes Frank A Smith potatoes Edwin Vhties coffee Walter Blount soap Herbert Akers cereal George Maupiu cereal Lodell Drjarnett macaroni tharlie Stanifer cereal James Leeds cahhnge Wolfe Campbell flour Miss Jane Feland potatoes Willie Nelson cereal Nora Stanifer bakini powders Joe Kellar oat meal Bertha Settle grape nut Lee Mulleus potatoes lOA Beard tomatoes Katie Culton potatoes Herbert Masters apples Mary Akers lemons Elsie Reeves preserves Allie Sample nneeda biscuit Evelyn Smith flour Parmnlia riulton oat meal Ivy McSwain mararoni Susie Akers coffee Rebecca Coshy cereal Ruby Scrivener sugar Mary Allman rice Mary B Shackalford potatoes EWe Kennedy rice Besaie Harris potatoes Katie Devore sugar Klna Giunchlgliani jelly Jennette Phelps cabbage SIrs Robert Walker broom Mrs Ed Powell broom and potatoes Nannie Evans plates Mrs Wtlmore jam and jelly Venus Payton sugar Mrs Poynz lard meat and preserves Mrs Lyman Parrish cherries beans apricots jelly lemons tomatoes corn bakinir powder Mrs Jerry Powell sausage and eggs Mrs Nth Deatherage coffte Dr C E moot flour Elmer Deatherage box Lenox soap White Gibson dozen towels Mrs Nannie Embry towels potatoes Ed Walker colored pumpkins Vulcan Irvine colored picture and frame Covingtou fe Arnold Bros candy apples oranges pop corn Marguerite Dykes beets B L Mlddelton paint Miss Kate Schmidt sugar Nora Million rolled oats Mrs W E Luxon buttermilk Mr and Mrs Boucher sugar Mr and Mrs Humphreys coffee J W Crates sugar Mrs R R Burnam hominy John Foster preserves H I I Every man woman and child knows JOE He is Richmonds firstclass Confectioner and Restauranter I J everything JOES is the place where one can get a good Hot Lunch or a Banquet fit for akinge tlJ Xmas is coming and what would be nicer to send to a friend than a fancy io 0 eatQg or 4 basket of beautiful Fruit in one of our dainty basketss Re member that at JOES can be foundeverything good to eat Jf uu A fjW 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 I r c REGIA 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 99d S399 and 8499- Regia Sateen SkirtsSizes 39 to 43IBegin Skirts are made of the best material with doable stitched seams Our 99c mercerized Sateen Petticoats extra quality double stitched seams full 1C inch flounce trimmed with four 2 inch ruffles strap heading Remember the price flOe Fine quality Kateen high mercerized finish made with a 12 inch pleated flounce top or flounce finished with a row of rnching bottom ol flounce finished with a duster of tucks and 3 inch ruffle The pleated flounce protected by an under and dust ruffle at 149VLadies Flannelette Wrappers- Sizes 32= 42 Bust MeasureV5 With yoke and epauletts over sleeves trimmed with narrow braid Flounce on bottom separate- S lining collar and sleeves trimmed with braid assorted colors at 99c eachVPrinted Flannelettes in piece in nobby styles cloth and patterns on the order of the highest grade of German goods at 81 10 and iSoa yard S Newport Scarfs in all colors at 99c each- Ve carry one of the most complete line of Silks Challies Metallic Dot Mohairs and Velvets Mer 0 cerized VVaistings and Vestiugs figured Crepe de Chines Brocades etc Space permits us to mention only a few of the many values obtainable in this line of goods Ladies Bishop Collars and Protection Collars made in washable oxfords ahd fa noting silks and velvets in variety of colors and combinations Fashionable Chiffon Collarettes nnd Boas made in solid black solid white black combined white Malitn Ties in all colors at 25c Requests for samples will be promptly complied with OWEN McKEB I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY I iriIIuJ Burnett Chenanlt potatoes Perry Thomas syringes Mrs Kellogg five boxes gold dust Miss Ann Df jarnett turkey sirs R Kelly jelly and catsup Mr and Mrs Jo Schafhausen pre erves anti toilet Boa- pIIlell Doyle vasn Lucille Allen glasses W S Hume Co case of whisky tofkion Hume strawberries tomatoes George Resor cereal Albert Reichspfarr box carnaiioi s Mrs Gee Prewitt preserves corn and t omatoesVMrs Ellen Gibson quart sweet milk day for time year Miss Badeiihaiisen 60cen Miss Emilia Watts coal bucket Miss Elizabeth Embry coal bucket Miss Carry Hughes 50 rents Miss Sue SiuiniB 25 cents Day Qnisenberry 25 rents Rose Hunter 25 cents Miss Harriet Parish coffee Pearl Lovelare 15 cents Clarisa Fitzpatrick 25 cents Adelia Dobrowski 25 cents Lucile Turner crackers Katherne Boyles sugar Georgia Wngers oat meal Florida Samuels cereal Anna Belle Samuels coffee Green Samuels peaches Joe Arnold beau Fannie Jones 25 cents Julia White cereal Francis James blackberries May James fruit- MerfOolluris rolled oats Hester Covington rolled oats Roy Million coffee May Phelps cereal Jennie Carpenter rice Jerry Million tomatoes Katheritie White jnlly May Nolatid uneeda biscuit Marguerite Myers cocoa Emma Million 15 rents Mary Ruparl peaches and 25 cents Carrie Page 15 cents Nora Terris 10 cents Mary Turpin 25 cents Mollie Holmes 25 cents Miss Mattie Taylor 50 cents Miss Fannie Wheatlev 50 cents Miss Ray McGarvey 50 cents Ruth Pierce 25 cents Miss Mollie Fife 6 yards curtain goods Mrs Gao Simmons two tray covers Gran Oo ra HQui The Limited Mail Friday Night December II J ElitaJProctorptis Hedda Gabler IOOF OPERA HOUSE December 10 1fINCIf Sf RI FACTORY LOADED SHOTCUN SHELLS I Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot I inesterFact ry Loaded Shells Its the re J suits they give Its their entire reliability even WinchesterUpowder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualuea Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT Great Values in Fall Merchanldse- J J New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthanexaggeratldthat WHITE GOODS ColtonVestingsand PiquesandOur Fall Millinery instylesJCMKbeaverHOSIERY lislethreadandWCkindClothing and Shoe Department WeonlyShoesatf Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices r Respe tfuI1ySubmittedE ITE e1ftUS J11 4i Vr t VV ii 0 1 j T ITL TLOur Line of Vehicles is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock before spring Repairing Hofseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call Tfoxacka Gamaae VJDorVs RU2HMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bro MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH tiroceriesAGENTS Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 9 1903 Rev J W McGarvey preached at Station Camp last Sunday When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape aWlin2dUDame Rumor says that before the new year begins several weddings will be celebrated Mr and Mrs Harry Scrivner have moved from Walnut street to one of Mr J W Wagers cottages on First strefct Mr Henry P Reid has purchased a lot on Glyndou Avenue from Mr W G Powell and will begin the erection of a nice cottage at once In a pistol duel at Ohilesburg Lewis Skaggs was seriously wounded and Henry Gray was killed The duel was the result of a dispute be tween the two men A hank with a capital stock ol 525 000 has been started at Bryantsville Garrard county by Mr J W Hutche son Mr Hutcheson is cashier of the Farmers Bank at Salvisa The Conrt of Appeals reversed the decision of the Fayette Circuit Court in which J W Bess was convicted and given a death sentence for the murder of his wife and remanded the case for a new trial Miller Ward of Bonrbon count well known here having attended Cen tral University is tipped for Secretary for the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association to succeed E W Shanklin There is a movement on foot to consolidate the Kentucky coal mines which lie along the route of the Queen and Crescent railroad J S Stearns a multimillionaire of Michigan is behind the scheme The Limited Mail will he at the Grand Opera House Friday night The feature of this melodrama is the puffing and snnrtine locomotive drawing a train of curs There is also a noisy saw mill where logs are reduced to planks- in a jiffy 1 Lost A plain gold ring J O Oldham en grnvnl on the inside Finder will return ame to this office and receive re ward A Quire Aftr the first of the year Miss Annie Konnwlv who for a number of years lias ht saleslady for W D Oldham o w ill hQ wills Lackey Hamilton at the Hustling Cash Store There is no morn popular lady clerk in Rich mond than Miss Kennedy She is Ihnroly nrqnainted with the dry goods hiiRiiiHos and by her polite genial and and accommodating ways he lisa be come a favorite among the shoppers of both town Enl county We indeed congratulate Messrs lackey Hamil ton upon their success in securing the splendid services of MIPS Kennedy e 3 tt tS TQ Bait your hook for Christmas and then fish in Lanes Jewelry Store 2d4 Holiday Rates TUL A For the above occasion the L A will sell round trip tickets at rate of one and onethird fare plus 25 cents Date of sale December 2324253031 and January 1 with final limit Jac 4 See local agents for particulars- R A Woolums S A Among The First Sheriff John F Wagers has made a settlement in full with Audi tor Coulter for all claims against Madison county for 1903 which amounted to 4601160 Mr Wagers is among the first of the sheriffs to make the regular annual settlement and is to be congratulated for his promptness THE THIEF OF TIME Is procrastination This is the jewelry buying season and if you put olf 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 time prices are as pleasing as the goods are desirable 2d4t L E LANE County Court While the County Court Day crowd Monday was not as large as usual busi ness in all lines was active The Mad ison County Stock Yards report 1100 cattle on the market with prices rang ing from 3K to 31cents Norris Bros reported 1200 cattle at their yards most of which were sold at 21 to 4 cents The mule market was unusually good the grices ranging from O to 185 In Session Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge Benton presiding Tuesday morning time following Grand Juy was sworn in NB Deatherage foreman T S Bnrnam G G Prewitt R W Boulware T J Smith John W Shear er B J Clay Luther Todd J T Whit lock Jerry Noland J R Cox T E BaldwinAs go to press a number of minor cases are being tried Work in the Gommandery On the 17th of this month there will be special work in the Richmond Com mandery There will be about ten candidates upon whom will be confer red the degree of Knights Templar After the lodge work a banquet will be served in the large banquet hail of the Masonic Temple A ereat many visiting Knights are expected and the occasion promises to be most brilliant in every respect A Bright Outlook According toall reports and the bright outlook for May Sargents engagement in That Imprudent Young Couple at the Grand Opera House on Saturday night quite a stir is being created among theatre goers This attraction will undoubtedly be the event of the season and indications point to a large audience of our best citizens and rumors are floating round that several theatre parties are forming for the occasion The play has the endorsement of the entire New York press Her Nest Has Been Nicely Feathered In the adjoining county of Harrison recently Mrs Win Robbin was marri ed to Mr Dave Buzzard Mrs Bobbin was first Miss Martin Then she married Mr Crow He died and the wid ow married Mr Robbin from whom she subsequently separated Her last venture was a matrimonial alliance with Mr Buzzard As a result of the various unions Mrs Buzzard now has at her home one Martin two Crows a Robbin and a BuzzardLouisville- Times The Limited MalL At the Grand Opera House Friday n ght December 11 the attraction will be The Limited Mail The scenery andelectrical effects for staging this melodrama are excellent It is one of the style of plays that Is putting Shakespeare out of the business One minute gay the next sad combining the sublime with the ridiculous in such a manner as to please the entire audience and should appeal to the man of business who goes to laugh Miss Beatrise will play the boy part and introduce several new specialties 4 December is the last month in the year It is also my last 1 in the grocery business 1month next three weeks I J be at the same old stand onJJ Main street where can be found tliteverything in Groceriesfancy if and staple all kinds of finetJ 1fJin a firstclass grocery tJbe pleased to have my many lfriends continue with meforthe I 1enmining three weeks as theyIIdone in the past t r E Oeatherage Co I cc ev Here is the best place for all kinds of Footware for men and boys largest stock in Madison county to select from Such famous lines of fine dress shoes as Hanans Florshiem Walk Over Bostonian andothers and the greatest assortment of Leather Boots Rubber Boots Felt Boots Bootees Lace Boots High Top Shoes andother Heav Shoes of every style and kind for both men and boys at prices that posi tively save you money WINTER WEATHER has come and what is more pleasant than a house that is warm and comfortable all over Our Gus Heaters do the work Let us put up one in your home anti you will not know that it is cold weather unless you go outsid- eRichmond Water and Light Co Go to Crut her Evans and attend the A B C sale A Friend of the Family will be at the Grand Op ra House Wednesday December 16 Be sure and see your friend ABCSale- The little Mission Band t f the First Presbyterian church will hold their A B 0 sale on December 11 in Crntelier Evans store There will be all kinds of pretty things for sale Be ure to call and examine and buy Mine Host Jacobs Mr Charles Jacobs the tailor has tensed the old Garnett House on Sec ond street and will continue to run a hotel It win be known as The St rharles Hotel Mr R G Engle has Seen proprietor of this old time yet vorite hostelry for the past two years Mr Jacobs will move his tailoring es tablishment to the nme building We wish him success in his new undertak Ing Change ot Firm Considerable snrorise was expressed in Micholasville Saturday when it be came known that Goucher Powell had sold their stock of groceries to T 0 Willis of Richmond For some time the retiring firm has been recognized as doing a most excellent business and two more polite and accommodating gentlemen cannot bo found anywhere What business Messrs Goucher Powell will engage in is not definitely known pt present but old Madam Ru mor says Ihe wholesale grocery trade Until the first of the year both of them will be with tho new firm Mr Willis is a son of Capt J B Willis former postmaster at Richmond and comes well recommended as a most thorough business man Jessamine Journal Fine Blood Hounds Messrs R W Uolyer and E H By bee have purchased a pair of twoyear old blood hounds from the American Kennel at Worster Ohio These dogs which are the highest bred blood hounds in the world will arrive this week They are thoroughly trained stud ready for work and will be put un der the management of Mr James M Bronston We feel proud that two such fine dogs are to be in our midst Tiiis county has long needed fcucbsince upon several occasions the authorities have been compelled to send away for blood hounds to trace sone thief or murderer We congratulate the gen tlbmen who made the purchase feeling that they have made a good Invest ment and one that will tend to put a etop to crime in our town and county The A BC sale wiJJ be Friday- fleCeR4brU Uubtnuj Sale The ladies of the Baptist church will have a Christmas sale of cakes pies biscuits etc on Wednesday and Thursday December 23 and 241r Mrs Lee Maupins millinery store Fnblie Sale II will offer fur sale publicly at the residence on the summit at 10 oclock a m Friday December 11 1903 the following property Nice walnut ward robe mahogany folding bed parlor suites beds organ bicycle and other household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day ot sale W G loWELL Udllaa Cub Notes Althpugh it wae not tbe regular day he Ocilian Club was entertained on last Saturday afternoon by Miss Kath ernie Walker at her elegant home on Main street The bright sunny winter ifiernoon brought out a full attend incn of the members Never was a program more suited to the name of our Club than was this one rendered- as it was on the Cecilian that wonderful instrument of modern invention As Miss Walker managed the pedals there arose from the piano such exquisite harmony such perfection of tone and expression that we marveled at the inventive genius of man and could al most hear the finger touches of the great masters of old Aside from the cilian program Mrs Hanger delighted the Club with one of her sweet solos Mrs ll L Middelton and Mrs Eugene Walker read interesting papers At the conclusion most delicious refresh ments were served- Remember the A B C sale A Worthy Compliment Rev Rutherford B Douglas of Macon Ga is being boosted tor Presi dent of Central University to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr W 0 Roberts According to tW C P Brecktnridge he is the most available man to succeed tothe honored position This same gentleman says of Mr Douglas He is the right age to de vote his life to the work He is a Kentuckian of Ktntucklans and unites In himself the best traditions of PresI byterianism and of the two consolida ted institutions Rev Douglas is well known here and much beloved by our people He was educated at old Central University and was at al times a recognized favor itt both in college and social circles He married Miss Anne Letcher grand daughter of S P Valters who was one of the most generous benefactors ihe college ever hud The many friends of this splendid young Riinis t rare very proud over the possibility ut his becoming President of Central University and will watcn with eager new the result Ifo better selection could be modeI tLtt 17 fEf 14 Christmas is just round the corner and it behooves every man to be on the jump selling so that our stock is practically as fresh as at the first of the season Easy to and see for yourself All prices to choose from 10 15 18 And If you are hard to please we have what you want if you are hard to fit your size is here in our big OUR CLOTHING FITS Lodge of Sorrow Sunday afternoon the Christian church was filled with Elks their families and friends the occasion being the annual memorial services of Richmond Lodge 581 for their brothers who have passed over the river luring the past vear The exercises which Were impressive indeed opened with a few remarks by Hon Jerre A Sullivan Exalted Rnler of the local lodge An opening prayer was offered by Rev G W Shepherd of the Baptist church after which the choir sang Praise His Awful Name Judge James H Hiizelrigg 01 Frankfort was to have delivered the annual addressbut on ac count of illness could not be present His place was most ably filled by Hon W B Smith who spoke tenderly and beautifully of the departed brotheis only two having died during the year numely David H Myers and Dr Eugene JF Hume The opening ode WAS sung by the entire lodge which occupied the middle tier of seats Hon R W Millers addi ess was a gem of beauty The large audience was held as if spell bound during his beautiful and touching remarks He is a gifted orator and at all times does ho delght his hearers with his magnificent flow of language This musical program WitS elaborate and consisted of anthems and solos Thus memorial service is in deed a beautiful custom practicedas it in all over our land where there is an Elks Lodge Each year the mem bers gather to twine wreaths of love for their brothers who have gone before bud in the language of the lodge Write their faults upon the sands and their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory 1he Elks desire to express their very deepest appreciation and most grateful thanks to the ladies who so kindly and willingly aided them in the seivicep the splendid music rendered by the choir being a special feature MATRIMONIAL LANTKKEVANS Mr W R Lauter and Miss Ida Evns both of this county were married at the Reese House in Winchester last week TODDOEXIIXM Last week Mr Jno Toiki and Miss Bessie Danham wire united in iparriag at the home of ths officiating minister Rev A J TrIbble OAVISBALLABD Mr Jack Davis and Miss Bessie Ballard eloped to Danville on Thanksgiving Dav and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Both of these young people are residents of the Paint Lick locality- KINGWAGEES The marriage of Thos A King of Louisville and Miss Annie J Wagers of this place was announced on Thanksgiving They were married in Nashville Tenn No vember 6 1902 and the secret was not disclosed until last Thursday Mrs King is tho daughter of Mrs R P Wagers The groom is a railroad con tractor Estill County Herald Mis King is well known here where she has often visited her aunt Mrs Claude SmithBKANDEsntTRQWAGEBS mar riage of Mr Hargis Brandenburg of Millers Creek Estill cduntv and Miss LOla Wagers of Station lamp was solemnized at the home oi the brides father last week Time wedding was the culmination of a long and happy court ship which has been watched with in terest by the many friends of the contracting parties The bride Is time eld est daughter of Mr William Wagers and A sister of Snpt i W Wagers She is a young lady of handsome appear ance and of rare worth of character lignified gentle of sweet disposition she is a woman whom any man might be proud to call his wife Mr Bran denburg is a prosperous farmer ol Estill county and is an excellent type of stalwart YOJIIIR manhood He is rep ctedhyiand is a gentleman ol faifrb mofiCOiyiCtIO8flti is worth of the prize hollas wji Tjie CLiMAx wtebea tp exx i IJliwtyrcongratula tlowp s ldwi wMr M4Mr8 Bran dwHijg All the huffiiMW pofibe l CO Sale Popular Lexington Firm to go Into Handsome New Quarters Embry Co the widely known StreetIfloor of the new Graham Building re contly erected on Main Street in that city five doors east of their present location and will move into their new quarters December 15th The Graham Building is one of the handsomest in the entire Bluegrass and is being especially appointed to meet the requirements ot the rapidly growing business of this excellent young firmWith this change in view Embry Co will place on sale Monday December 7th their entire stock of trimmed hilts at greatly reduced prices also a beautiful assortment of Forsythes neckwear and shell combsthat will be especially interesting to Ohrisraas shoppers Oil account of the abort period inteivening the sale will con tinue only one week adv It The bands that bind hearts to gether can be bought cheap at Lanes 2d4t For Rent Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Donglrs Culton 2loctf STERLING NOVELTIES There were never before so many use ful novelties made in sterling silyernnd never in the world were such timings sold so reasonably We have hundreds of pretty and useful articles Things that you need things that are snitabie for little gifts that yon can buy for from SOc to 250 LE LANE 4t For Sale The store house and lot fronting on First street formerly occupied by Do hrowski and others The house is a twostory brick building in good repair and a good business stand If not sold privately before that time I will ehl it at public auction on Saturday the 12th oi December nextC BDRXAU November 27 1003 212t Ihe Show The Middelton Stock Co which Is hilled for a weeks stand at the New Opera House made its initial how last Monday to a good and appreciative audience The Serpent and Dove was the opening bill and it was very well staged and played The characters were all well drawn and the spu cialtles between the acs were good The Middelton Stock Co seems to be an unusually good repertoire company and will dobtlesi be greeted with crowd ed house during their stay here Bitten by a Dog Monday evening just about dusk the residents of Glyndon Avenue and Fourth street were excited by the terrific screams of a child Rushing to the scene it was found that a dog belonging to Mr F J Yeager had bitten James the eldest son of Mr and Mrs W L Leeds The child was passing when the dog slipped up behind him and sprang at his back But for the heavy coat the animal would have wounded the child in a horrible man neroAs it was he left an ugly wound breaking the skin in three planes and bruising considerable The dog was a small white cur and had been in the habit of slipping up behind persona passing there He was kept fastened np all through the day but let out at night which practice only Increased his viciougness The police were noti ned and immediately sent the offender to the Happy Hunting Ground AI physician attended the little victim and applied caustics to the wound He is gutting along nicely and the aaay friends of Mr and Mrs Leeete hope that he will experience sa fartbec trouble t 1 SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR Jlffrd Denjamin- IAKERS li I fWyoRK LorrectChthesfarMen Now for Your Christmas SUIT AND OVERCOAT styleshavegoodWearing5678 1250 Finer sto- ckCOYINGTON AND HANKS IEMBRY Be sure and your Friend at the Grand Opera House next Wednesday night December 16 For Rent The rooms now occupied by Chat Jacobs as a tailor shop W w- PERSONAL PlUG Mrs E B Hums was in Lexington MondayMis Smith is visiting rela tives in Irvine Mrs R W Miller is visiting relatives in Huntsville Ala Mr Willoughby Wagers was in Ea till county last week Mr John B Chenault of Frankfort has been here for several days Mr and Mrs Will White of Wise mantown were in the city Monday Mrs Laura Thomson of Mt Sterling is visiting her daughter Mrs Neale Bennett Mrs Eusrenia Hume was called from Macon Gi by the death of her son Dr Eugene Hume Mr Simeon Hamilton of Wiseman town Estill county was among the Court Day visitors Mr George McRoberts of Danville attended the funeral of Dr Eugene Hume last Saturday Mrs Nannie Feland has returned from a visit to Mrs J M B Bird whis tie in Lawrencebnrg Mr and Mrs W B Wilkerson have returned to Lexington after a visit to Christmas Gifts For Your Men Friends utilityjustwish or as elegant as your taste may demand Let us urge early buying for best selections Umbrellas Neat durable styles as well as elegant silks with finelywrought handles 1 to 650 MufflersRichest silks in all the newest styles50c to 2t50 HandkerchiefsPure 50c fine silks 25c to 1 Bath Robes Strikingly handsome designs 5 Mr and Mrs W W Pigg Mr Lucian Burnam of Frankfort has been visiting friends and relatives here for the pastfweek Mrs Pattie Hume and children have returned from a short visit to Mrs Margaret White in Danville Messrs Coleman and Thomas Boain two of Estill countys splendid son I were visitors here Monday Mrs C D Miller entertained her Sunday School class on last Thursday afternoon with a delightful candy pull lag Miss Annie Hamilton of Estill county came down Saturday to spend several days with her sister Mrs Harry ScrivnerMiss Nelson left Friday for Covington where she will spend the Holidays with her uncle Mr Thornton JonesThe Cecilian Club met Saturday with Miss Kate Walker instead ot the reg ular time which would have been this afternoonMr Flora of Cincinnati has been a welcome visitor in his old town for several days He sang a beautiful eolo at the Elks services last Sunday Misses Carlisle Clienarlt and Mattie Smith are in Lexington where they will act as brides maids at the wedding of Miss Ethel Watts and Dr Harry M Blanton which occurs today Misses Bessie and Annie Riddell two of Irvines most popular daughters expect to leave about the fifteenth for Denver where they will spend the winter with Mr and Mrs Harvey Rid We Can SatisfyYour Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes oJ In our Ladies and Childrens equalsWeton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are showing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 300 and 35O US- I Fine Gloves Beautiful Scotch Wool I fine Kid Mecca and Fur 25c to 250 Suit Cases Fine collectionof the best kinds nothing more ap propriate125 to 1250 Neckwear Latest shapes in the new est Silks 25 50 75c And a host of other suitable gifts for men of all ages and of every taste Glad to show you through dell Messrs W A Cox and son A D Cox and his newphew J W Cox are here from Adell Mo where they have been living for a number of veers They are natives of this county and will spend several weeks with friends and relatives Mr Robert Feland who for sometime past has been a polite and accom modating clerk at W D Oldhams has gone to St Louis Mr Feland doesnt know exactly what he will do but his many friends wish him much success in anything he may undertake forIat this office last Saturday These gentlemen are two ofthe most excellent and popular railroad men of our ac quaintance Ilr Joe S now located in Richmond was here last week to help his brother Raymond devour turkey Joe is in the life insurance business and making money hand over fist Like all others who go there he thinks Richmond the best town on the map Central Record Misses Mona and Lee Prather of Richmond spent Thanksgiving with Rev J W Prather and family Louis Biggeretaff and John Cobb of Richmondwere here SundayMrs Richard Quisenberrv and Mrs Oscar Parks of Richmond came down Mon WIfamily VaHejTVteW Ar gent 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 SHOES Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglash- ave 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 illAND SEE Haselden H RICE AND ARNOLD L PRosESSIONAi OARDS h t 2 ATTo1qr S H M MILLER 11 ATTOBHBTATLAW 11JUCKJilOND KBTTUCKT n Building next door to Ii anaer i National Uar feb3ly JA SLV rll arToRYATLAwR- ICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank TrU8t Co 01 postte Court Hoiis u Iiiin Street JU fllfV H KN A U LT I ie ATTORAKVS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Setou 8treet over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY HayOffice over Taylor Bros Store fACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AN- DcoUNELLoIs AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry Jt Thomas drugstore PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUKUtiOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in tar Dr II ibsoa Building M inStreet 0 Vance D 0 IIE E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians 4ESIb Hobson Bull tug iterature fnniMied on application CONSULTATION FREE tittes Southern School ot Ostheopathy v DENTAL STTBGEEY DT OaVwvVvue t LoVisoTv OgNTIS or LonisviLLB KT BuildingtchmSndnovl7ly vM Blanton t s DENTIST tfOtSee Hi Bennett Building llanly TELEPHONE 196 1 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday December 0 1908 1kUA4444 50 YEARS- qEXPERIENCE I IJ TRADE MARKS V DESIGNS m COPYRIGHTS c Anyone sending a sketch and description may qulcklr ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probablTpatentable tmmunl- UonlOlrldloon dent aL on Patent sent free Oldest for recurlnirpatenu fatenu taken through Munn A Co receive tpttial notice without charge In the Scientific American- A handsomely Illnstrated weekly IJireest cir culation of any dentine journal Term 3 a year four months tl Bold byall nevrfdcalem Yorkjirancb j TTENTION g We have mnvAd our produce business from the East End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom ou Second street where we will be glad to welcome our friends ami patrons We will continue to uay the- btg1teatnarket price for Eggs Poultry HidestFurs and other Produce yive 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 Second KtreeJ 2janlv RHHMOSn KY KodoE Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings New Discovery I For gosstmiPTIONI A Perfect Cure Price II For All Throat andILung Troubles Money back If It fails Trial Bottles I frej ++ + + CALL AT++ + JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed- by upto late and accommo dation Uenulne Saratoga Kept on Tap s5SSPhone 3 Second St TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence 110 Wnare pleased tostotetliat it is mi sale at the tollowinn places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons rtearcv Hamilton O Pinnel J W Masters J V Whttlock John SUpp Burton Roberts J VTcater J W Prewitt LA Wearren fC MoWharter Blckner Early JTCoy 5Ic1 Water R chmond Rouse Valley View Rutbton Edenton rottonbnrg Paint Lick- Wallaceton Berea Kirksville Next to the Proper Test comes the proper glareex W can dg what ill right with regard to the test and the GLASSES madn to fill the prescription Our stuck of Optical Goods is PO inrjif anti complete that we can fill immediately all demands for ulafws IIOt of H ery nnusunl fitrengt For these it will tnkf a little longer time Repairs are prllmptlyexecnttd T A Robinson ptician and Jeweler Main S Richmond Ky Miners old Mand ly 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 Acresa- nd in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom landsWe have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere inter correspondenceis prompt attention Central Ej Real Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Free Genl Mgr lisep3m LIRI BLANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B StreetsaproiymPhone 85 i = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid 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 repentit sir she said And he never repented in all his life F6r he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife MflAI ri iA 2II3Iliston rrCompany t r Phone 1663 WACO j KY il Wool Carding in Season k u OLD JIB WHISKY handmade Sour Mash r Every drop gURraJteedto be pure of old stjle manu facture No BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 65 U jnus250 II 5 u bottles 3 New Whisky 51 80 per JtallonI Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er n n1 vr Anderson county Kv Bodily pain loses its terror if youve 8 bottle of Thomas Electric Oil in the house Instant relief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents of allY sort 1m line h to A ersFor hard colds and of all kinds you cannot take any than Ay- ersCherry PectoralCherry own if this is not so He uses it He why it and heals I tuft a terrible cough for weeks Then I took cnerrr Icctonl ana only one bottle completely enred me alas J D DASFOKTH St Jouph Mich 2S SOt 9100 f c TEn Alidrtirvira 1011 Mann fo- rCoughs Colds You will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayoro at bedtime ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADS Tourist Tickets now on sale daily to NEW ORLEANS LAand points in thi also SPRINGS Only running throug personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California Mexico Arizona and Texas asthma coughs thing better soothes Winter other South New doctor LRoP SeciHl Low One way and Roundtrip Rates iirefleci on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Indian and Texas Farming in the The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central ItR Co is issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable jardeninc stock raisinir Dairying etc in the States or Kentucky West Ten lessee MiBsimippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeseeker who will f wani his name and ad drens to the undersigned will hp mailed free Circulars Ns 1 to 10 inclusive and others as they are published from mouth to mouth For Folder and rate tickets apply to nearest rail road agent or address P W D P Aft Ky MY IS TlfURMAN On Sausage And Buys bronchitis understands HOT ARK Southand Southwest Arkansas Territory Oklahoma South through HARLOW Louisville NAME Row SKINS1 r iiur Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Holiday Opportunity i is a name that might well be applied to The Rucet tore nn This is- where n Xmas Buyers I can find all kinds of presents This store is taxedwith a full line of goods consisting of Lamps Pictures China ware Vases Jardinieres everything in fine Enam eled and Tinware for the kitchen e wagonloadToys Be sure and call atSThe Racket Store MAIN STREET SUIT BRATTON Props t p fi p c C DIB SHACKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE StyleStaysgalvanizedAmply itDoesand pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitThe price Will advance in 60 days D1B1ShuceIford Co LtayiiW v r f SANDS UNNECEsSARY Ohio MaE Who Accomplishes Many Things Without ThemI E P Lattiaio ofBar torn Ras Broken Spirited Colts Write with Faa and1akCrof lila Lions Alone Although be has no hands and arms having lost both arms just below the elbows during the civil war E Pi Lath am of Burton 0 enjoys life as much as anyone and Is well able to accomplish things almost as well as anyone who has hands Mr Latham was born In Welahfleld 0 March 2 1839 and his early life was spent in that town His career as a soldier although he was not In the service long was an honorable one He enlisted at Welsh SNinthThis battery was sent to the front In Kentucky and participated in the battle of Mill IcotTerAfter the union forces bad taken Cumberland Gap on June 19 1862 the commanding general oft the union army at this point gave order to fire a general salute Mr Latham was ramming home a charge when the can non was prematurely discharged tear Ing away both arms below the elbows and putting out one eye He was given the best of attention by the army surgeons and In a few weeks had sufficiently recovered from his wounds to be able to return home Mr Latham is known all over Geau ga county as Pace a nickname given him while in the army Mr Latham has always been a lover of horses and has owned from one to five for the last 15 years After his return from the army he began dealing In cattle and up to a few years ago was one of the countys well known butter and cheese manufacturers- Mr Latham Is skilled in handling aI cup of tea or coffee By sliding a cup to the edge of a table he Is enabled with the help of his mouth to place it in the crook of his arm Then steady ing It he raises the cup so as to drink the contents He has a device constructed of leath er somewhat resembling a butchers sleeve with a metal end on which can be placed a fork or spoon This Is made to fit tight and is pushed on to the stub of his left arm With this device he can eat such food as can beI handled with a fork To read a paper or book he generally is seated in a chair with his feet on ai rest with the paper or book on his knees and turning the leaves with his lips When he wishes to write Mr Latham takes a pen between his teeth He can write well in that man nerWith a horse even a highspirited anjmal Mr Latham is at perfect ease He drives with the reins buckled short and placed over his shoulder in such a manner that controlling is easy In driving should he wish to turn one way or the other one of his stub arms is placed on the rein and by twisting his body a trifle the horse is guided Latham has broken to drive some highspirited colts and he is consid ered a good judge of horses l1Jargeand leaning forward somewhat he pushes the lawn mower He keeps the grass cut short on his home grounds without any assistance During the winter months Mr Lath am tends to the furnace in his real dence using a shovel with his left arm j 1l A Costly Mistake Blunders are souiotinins very expen sive Occasionally hits itself is the price of a mittiikf hut youll never le wrong if you take Or Kings New Lift Pills for Dyspepsia Dizzinesx lead ache Liver of Bowel troubles The anyIrugStops tho Cough and Works o2 the Cord Laxative Bronio Quinine Trwetc cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents u A Bicycle Runaway Terminated with an ugly cut on the ley if J B Orner Franklin Grove HI I ullyleldillLtoThen Uuckiens Arnica alva punnl Its just as good for Burns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all druj Mores im For Sale or Trade A neat four room w tape on limlell avenue Lot 45x135 good cistern and small barn Will pay cash difference in trade Apply to 18n to Ij JESSE DYKES gOneis the value H A Tisdnle Kumniertoit 3 U places on Dfwltts Witch Hzel Salve He stvs Iliad tile IUIH fm 20 years I tried ninny diwUs mi medicines taut nil failed ejctvp lie Witts Witch HaZRl Salve It cnni ht1I1illStiseptics and em HiVniK relieves hlllIllIgichillbruises eczema salt rheum mid nil skin diseases Sold by E O Wiurs 1m For Sale One 3 yearold naldleand harnrs haySGATES WHEN BABY IS COMING US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty glory d is when nature has chosen her to become a mother faculty is keeul alert as she foresees the joy ambition success and thelifelong satisfaction com andinnocentthe uncertainty Svlielhcr she shall see a Sweet girl or a brave boy face beside her expectancyMothers throughout p will relieve the pain of parturition and no mother and strongImulnaUigreat liniment 2IOTHIRS JYRIEN- DJlti of druggists iM per bottle Our treatise MotKttr M4l aTailed iret m tfRAWKLI BWHJHWC Attaint ta o tJ IA TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DIScOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel dlabetett seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles i n children If not sold by ynor drug gist will be sent by mail on Receipt of One small bottle is two monthe treatment and will ere any case above mentioned DrE W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 Box 629 Su Louis Mo Sehd for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis IoDear ir I have used one bottle of the exas Wonder Halls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began using lit to day I weigh liG pounds and I better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public RespectfullyeTjan Ir DEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packt is enough for usual occasions The family bottle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All driiLsst sell them InDIGESTION I was troubled with stomach trouble Thedfords Black goodintors medicine I took in yeartflS SARAH Eo 6HIRFIELD Ellettsrille Ind ThedfordB Black Draught quickly invigorates the action of the stomach and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will take a small dose of Thed fords Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORD5 SLACKDRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease BlackDraught Thedfordsl lieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular a All druggists sell 25cent packagesS BlackDraught bowelsIA M GRANT Steads Ferry- NcCOfi5TIPATIO1 Good for Children The plensHiK III tuki and harmles One Minnie Cough Pure gives iininedi ate relief in cases of rough ruiupaltO LaGrippe because it does not pass im mediately into the otomarh hut takec effect right at the seat of tho trouble It draws out the inflittnniaiinn heals and soothes and rnres p rtnan ntlv b enabling the lungs to contribute pure lilagiving and lifesuslaini oxygen to the blood and tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it daily atid says there Is no better cough remedy marie Sold by E P Win 1m Weak HeartsAre due to Indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people who have heart Indigestiononlytraceablegestion 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 thatdelicateMrDKaublaof Nevada Oaiys Ihadstoroach iroublo and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble fourlDOtIthaKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only thetrWmePrepared by Eo O DeWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Tbomns Sick BloodFeed Emulsion We do not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength goodhealthfrom sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion ax to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod LiverOilat its best fullest in strength least in taste Young women in their at teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of tie blood which shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion It is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women sufferWe be jbd ia KM a sample to asy sufferer InOwof every bottle oi Emulsion toe buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 4c9 Pearl tNeYot f 3 P I I am terribly bother d about uiakiiiR my will CHRISTMAS Day Is near Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY I Arbuokle and Simmons C Also our large of r This means to clothing in world at and ess than New York cost Avail yourself of opportunity Come quick make your selection not to our house when in Lexington TMUS To in I Tablets JSeven sold in post 12 keep on hand at all times a good supply of Brush Creek Coal from the new that are be jog operated Brush Orpfk Ky and do riot hesitate to say that you will find this to be an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal hills neatly 011 ph air At the same time giving you perfect Satiwfartion Also Red Ash Jeiiico and grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Etc We are still inthe cR 5 55 and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee v Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight Letcher Witt Yard Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Kv DONTthr- ow your money away for the kindu1 COALth- atis as hard to burn as t fireproof building better for you to buy from us be certain of getting the f k v Right Kind At the Right Price We have Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO jEEP t a eOT BittyviU O O Jack Freeman Mgr t Tekphooe l4 II We Badly Overstocked our Clothing Department We Have Too Many Clothing 25 Per Cent Offevery Overcoat and house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give the full benefit of our sale season and not wait until the is over 10 This includes our Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats Youths Childrens Clothing you the best the cost and Do fail visit LOUIS GUS Lexingtons LetxcHngQCIothiers r Cure a Cold One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Million boxes months We mines other Cement Coal and Tis the This signature I 3 I dont care A 7 bit I am as I shall b r roaslejl in the oven oi a Great l1ltiesti Rane are in on Suit in our you in season line this and happy OuresCripliz onrbox25c 215L FIRE FIREW- ehave just received from R J Co of Boston a line of Ladies Misses Childrens and M- ensShOES that was slightly damaged in their big fire which we put on sale at 12 Price for the next ten oays You will find these shoes to be strictly up to date and a great many not damaged at all Also remember we will give 1k3 Off on all H Clothingrt daysVoyejW t TtG t z YoursforBargairis The Globe Storev 208 Main Street formerly occupied by 4 Jp P GTaykiou it i it 1 t 7