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THEi RICHMOND CLIMAXj1 i J j rOLUM E 30 r = RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1903 NUMBLY 30 PHONE 80 f f t t Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your piivilege to profit by them i But Facts Such is not the ease We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry See our Line of Fancy Waistings in j Velvets Oxfords etc from 25c to J Per Yard Highest Everyt WINES DRUG STORE GetYourMoneysWorthi elsewhereifprices andFactoriesthingsinBe sure to see our Line of Cloaks and Furs Before making your Selection l The Style Quality and Price will please you A Quality Ladies Mioses and Childrens Shoes Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes Ladies and Mens Rubber Goods We have just added to our Fall Stock some very Nobby Suits for Men and Boys at prices that will cause you to wonder how we do it Overcoats for Men Overcoats for Youths Overcoats for Boys Make your own price and we have a Coat to nt you The nest for the money we win make von happy Yours to Please Lackey HamiltonC- or Main and First Streets 10 Richmond Kentucky W L CRUTCHES G W EVANS JR j I New FirmAND t A Magnificient Stock of Goods V == V Gx Everything for the home beautiful can be found in our store H G I r and our prices will suit a L everybody et Jt a- Wea are at home at Joplins old standon f4 Main street and we guarantee the best aand most polite attention J r G give US a dadacMain Street Richmond Ky a JJ e Big Dill Coal Co t ORLANDO KY Shippers of NC AInile Coalj t t Guaranteed to last all night in J + grate without any attention f 10JG 4 + + + HMH M+ +NH+M + N + ++ H Jcl Watson Upper Lexington KentuckyA- n important sale of High elms Winter Coats and Suits at Special prices for this week Mantailored Suits of Broadcloth Cheviot Zibetlines and the fashionable Scotch mixture Long Coat effects beautifully finished Very at tractive models at extremely low prices for this week Readyto wear Skirts in all the new materials and latest shapes Ladles Misses and Childrens Coats Attractive styles and distinctly handsome design ashionable Furs The largest collection of Fine Furs we have ever shown Jackets Scarf e and Fancy Neck Piees A positive saving of from 25 to 33 per cent on every piece Seasons best Blank and Colored Fabrics Melton Ziberline Venetian Newest shades in colored novelties and fancy suitings at wonderfully ow prices this veek Specials in Silks black and colored Special in Black and Colored Crej de Chene 24 inches wide pure silk rich lustrous erepery White Black Light and Dark Blue Champagne Rose and French Gray regular SI and 125 goods this sate only 75 cents CORsbSA new line of Peetr Fasso and other leading makes High class Ladies Tailoring Evening Gowns and Coat Suits made with special care Millinery greatly reduced J L Watson 1820 N Ky E C from JPrices Every Quality 1820 North Street Upper Lexington 7lnnouncemenfsy FOR CONGRESS We are authorized tonnDonnde Nan D tj forCongressofDemocraticsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R Attorneyare authorized to announce R H AttorneynbJectWe are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W HLIARD a candidate for Sheriff of Madison DemocratIcWe are authorized to announce B B Million subjestFOR JAILER We are authorized to announce F J PER oflIIadIsonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C rfadIsonCountycratic partyrWe are authorized to announce N B JONES sublectVeareagthorized to announce J B DOZIER subJettWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a subtMOROANTAYLORcounty cubjet to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONAKESlatter of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic Arty 1JKFNNEDYcountysubjectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party tl e are authorized to announce JR PA RKE a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic TERRILlcounty subject to toe action of the Democraticparty TDUERSONDemocraticYOU COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P BEN 8ttperintendentofPublicaction of the Democratic party FEDWARDSacandidate totheJOlINNOLAN totheFOR ASSESSOR re or authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor lubjectto the action of the Democratic countyaparty YGOLDENcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reliably salve handy and there none as good RR Bncklens Amin Salve Burns cuts sores eczema and piles disappear quickly under Its sooting effect 25c at any drug store ltnhonesty is simply heart health Rams Horn- Etnployntent and hardships prevent melancholy Johnson- Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your ctvstem is nervousness sleeplefslesa or stow iesch upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the btomach regulate the kidneys and bowels otlnvilato the liver and clarify the blood Run dtwn systems benefit particularly anI alt the usual attend rig aches under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric retur1edjfGuaranteed by all druggist 1m t y f t r f i i g t e f s a f a a s r r e n Ir h ir n si Ili I THE OLD RELIABLE F Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE TO IMPROVE POTATO Englishmen Hope to Keep Choice Varieties from Deteriorating National Society to Culture Tuber Be Inff 1lauueil Value Lessened lijr Poor CooUlnB Educa leadedIThere are nearly 40000000 potato eaters In the British isles and the ma jority of them do not get the full value of the tuber because of bad cooking and the culture of bad varieties This year has been a remarkable re producejat three new sorts and their diseaseresisting power their great fruitfulness and their eat ing qualities have led to extravagant prices being asked for single tubers prices ranging from 2500 to E30oo a ton These are of course seedgrow ers prices The prolific nature of the new vari eties will make them available to most growers next season and then will fol low the usual deterioration due to careless culture and the variation of soiLThe suggestion has been made how ever that now is a fitting time for the formation of a National Potato society to further the culture of the potato A central council will be formed i London with county committees whose duties will be to conduct trial of new or not generally known varieties Coupled with this will be a sys tematic and practical endeavor to secure for consumers a steady supply of the best potatoes grown in the king dom The Gardener is leading the movement on the subject and there is every prospect of the society becoming a tangible benefit to growers and con sumers What is even more urgently needed however is an association to impress upon housewives the fact tha potatoes are temperamental and re quire varying treatment in the cook ing The reform of restaurants is appar ently hopeless because they treat the potato as a vegetable which can be cooked and kept hot indefinitely SPEAKER CANNONS CIGARS Recent Incident Which Shows lie Doe Not Yet Realize Fully illm Change of Ofllce Uncle Joe Cannon hasnt fully cameto a realization of the fact that the speaker of the house of representatives or if he has he occasjonal j has a lapse of memory One day recently after the house went into committee of the whole he came down from the rostrum and ab sentmindedly walked through the 1rldor to the room of the committee o appropriations of which he was chair man for many years Approaching the desk he formerly occupied he seemed to look for something What is it Mr Cannon asked one of the clerks Why my box of cigars said the speaker Didnt you take it with you into the speakers room replied the clerk pleasantly exclaimet d Te of his left hand J had forgotten But the fact which he had forgotten was not where he had placed his box of cigars but that he had been elected speaker and had changed his office from the committee of appropriations room to the speakers room BOYS MAY WEAR SWEATERS Scholar In Philadelphia Schools Are puppy Over Recent Decision of Ilyitlene Committee The objections of his teacher not withstanding the small boy of Philadelphia may wear a sweater to school if he desires The board of education committee on hygiene has so decree Some time ago the teachers or the Twentyfourth ward appealed to the sectional board to adopt a rule forbid ding the wearing of a garment called a sweater in the school rooms Un legls1aUng panel the sectional board referred the matter to the central board and that iibody in turn saddled it upon its com on hygiene As this committe- Is composed exclusively of physicians it was thought perhaps It could be shown that the wearing of a sweater indoors was injurious from the h gienic standpoint But the physicians after carefully considering the professional aspect of the case decided there was no reason why a boy should not wear a sweater to school if be wants to so laid the matter on the table The boys are happy Nay CrltlcUe Art The right of a newspaper to criticise the work of an artist was maintained by Judge Halsey at Milwaukee recently Paul Kupper sued B paper and Its critic John M Handley because the critic hr d said that a horse Mr Kupper had moo eled in competition for a statue ha d bovine characteristics The court ha that the criticism was regarding t artists work and not against him personally and was therefore privileged and not actionable New Vat for IaJRB CtlOB A Cleveland woman who secured injunction restraining her husband from poJar e Trafite Ya Eleelrte Tlnes The electric roach ofthe United States carried last year three times tJto I population of UutU1UL SEEKS ARRESTIN VAIN Queer Predicament of Man Who Ea Gaped from Insane Asylum No One Will Oblige Him Joel Cornish who escaped from the asylum for Insane at Elgin recently is now in a queer predicament as he stands on the books of the state Institution as insane and no one will arrest hlm so that be can be restored to his citizen rights by a court In the su petitioncure his release from Sheriff Thomas Barrett to whom he had given himself up as a fugitive from justice servedIthoughCornishoffice he was not in the sheriffs cus authorityfor beforedecidedInothIngIt Is said that the asylum authorities retuseneverhasthe only evidence against him was that he scolded and illtreated his daughter on one occasion Although be says he wishes to be belegallycorpus proceedings he avers no one will arrest or detain him j IRRIGATION SCHEME EXPOSED Plan to Flood TSOOOO Acre In Se VIer Ulver Valley In Utah Shown to He Impossible The National Irrigation association which maintains headquarters in Washington D C has Issued a statement to the public which Is in part as followsOver in Utah there is a revival ol IrrigajtIoncompany proposes to store all the watersflood and normal of the Se vler river and divert them upon 750000 acres of land To irrigate 750000 acres of land In the extremely dry valley of the Sevier river would require 750000 feet of water a foot deep over every acre of ground According to government volumenunders issfeet Where does this company expect to obtain the water required Will It sell all the bonds and squeeze the water out of Its stocks The enormous figures given out by the company are so erroneous that it seems a matter of absolute necessity to make public the goy ernment report In connection with the Sevier water supply FINDS SMALLPOX IN FISH Int teresting Discovery to Columbia University Students Pro Gary Nathan Calkins In a lec ture before the Sigma Chi society of Columbia university told of what he asserts to be the discovery of the germ of smallpox in fish He Illustrated his lecture with lantern enlargements of pictures of the parasite which he says is the producer of the disease It Is held that in this discovery may also be disclosed the Insidious origin of other diseases such as scarlet fever in which of the skin areamong the most conspicuous manifestations leadingyhis researches into the lower order of life and produced wonderful photographs of his alleged smallpox germ In various stages of development hatcherynProf Calkins he said with the statement that they had died of some puz zling epidemic The fish were covered with small lesions Germs were found In these lesions and from their propagation protozoa were developed that were almost identical with those produced by cultures of smallpox lesions FOR AERIAL NAVIGATORS Austrian Professor Predicts What Men Wishing to Attain Great Al titude In Future Must Do Future aerial navigators desiring to attain great altitudes will use hermeti cally sealed doublewalled aluminum and glass cages and before will put on oxygen masks according t a prediction of Dr Hermann von Schroetter of Vienna in a lecture before the Berlin Society of Aerial Nay gation Dr von Schroetter maintains that the physiological disturbances the upper atmosphere are due solely to lack of oxygen and he advised an early recourse to oxygen inspiration before the bad effects of the poorer at mosphere are perceptible calculating that the lungs receive less oxygen tram pure oxygen in an airship at a height of 14 kilometers than from air at the surface owing to the diminished pres sure and 50 per cent less at 19 kilo meters which necessitates inspiration under pressure But this pressure la available only under certain restrictions owing to disturbances of the blood hence the prediction made by Dr von Schroetter eBible Teaching Prohibited supreme court of Nebraska lien Is sued a writ of mandamus against the teacher of district school No 21 in Gage theythat sectarian knowledge should not b Imparted in the public school TO OT7SS A COLD IN ontD 1Y TabletsAllfails to cure E1V Groves eigMture a on each box 25 cents It Is a slid religion that is never strong unless its owner is adckChi 1cage Tribune laFight Will be Bitter Those who will persist In j Pltilg their ears against the rmehdatlon of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption will have a long i4anot n toad WhatTR Dealt of BeallV has tOllaILast fall ray wifwW cry took Dr kings New Discovery otter everything else bad falledH Jmelts same atone nd bar tlrel curedhpruGaldee Y till drugeiftte Price 5Qc and fl Trial Lotties free lmrc COR MAIN FIRSTfr THE HALF WAY HOUSE iFINE CLOTHING H slax THERE aremany men whose taste strike PrinceAlbertset figuresThe occupies ground The Business Frock presents an appearance unobtrusive elegance It is essentially material or other popular especially suited to gji AN SUIT men know profes who require semidress wear CoThefilturefollowingSuit like this for price ast15your the charge for no better and perhaps two Our Gloaks and Wraps forLadiesthan they can buy for 7 anywhere else Our Ladies Tailormade Suit Department- is chuck full handsome readymade suits the Holiday wear you need a handsome dress at a low price call and this line Our Shoes Boots are better better have more style about them and are at a lower price for thatisOld Santa Clause Will Have Headquarters in our Basement kinds of Toys Fancy Chinaware Imported Japanese wares and holiday pres holidayDrop in Lets Talk it Over I W D OLDH M eo I tJ STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTSr A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned the Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company which promise to be to any ot the Great Producers In Aiizonas wonderful Belt extendin Jom Jerome to isberaodj1Absolutely in of the Belt 10 And in of the Globe j1 Mining District whirh as to past and present production and future promise not excelled in the worldJt 360 Acres in a compact body with undisputed titlpNo of any kind development still going on W Jv in the modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand every claim will be a wino ore in sight on every A one Copper Silver all in paying quantities with assays in tin Uranium etcLarge W quantities ol iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground W- f e who did not buy in the great minim of Arizonaand parts of the westwhen lv was for lOu a share and later went to 75 per now in itIt thettI CooA- A 50 Cents per Share J it which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter fully and nonassessable W hoietnA ins ores No salaried officer to pay Dividends paid As an investment abso w cutely safe It is not offered aa speculation an investment for it must advance In price Time t eral Manager stawsFrom present indications should be at par before the of the year GenJwill notice that Having the United Verde Senator larks with Its BillionDollar Ore J Sight on northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Bisbee other mines operated bv A t Phelps Dodge S Co who turned their attention from banking to ninini because better that l- y this as an investment time V Mining Opportunity the Present Century For furtherlnformatin addressftI ROBT M FOREE C Pres and Gen Mgr Main Office Globe Arizona c S 41Clove plexion Pure blood makes iL Bur doek Blood Bitters pure blood ifa J i cr ditrfK Rant S i1 1lrekrdoorto JoeS AppJrto llatf Jas Bennett Kodol Dyspepsia Cere Digests classes of food tones and strengthens the etoSnchand digestive 4 r Dyspepsia Indigestion Stomach troubles and nipkea rich red blood health and strengths Kodol Dy Cure rebuild wornout tis lwectIa ffjUffhwof bottles of Dyspepsia ture and have found It to a very cffectiy and Indeed a powerful rem etfyvfor stomach ailments 1 recora mA itwnIlY friendsn Sold by E C wigpslist 1 Safe McIII IM t o81ee volvlng chair end three1ocMr office all leather 01itOI 7ti l4iWJ17AIII t a golden this middle of smart when made of rough Scotch of stuffs such a ment IT IS IDEAL for younjr the prosperousThesional men a for this iting a so small a when amiable frend merchant tailor would you twice as much make you wait a week or of for If see and wear All and by ArizonaColorado equal J the Center the Center is debts most Gold and Lead good stock poperties other offered on share buy Stock paid Pro mille when mine is producing guaranteed a but BS stock close vestor mine the and have it pays Is of J makes all Kodol chairs who suit JOS D WHITHAMSecTrensnrer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado lr rr c FRANK A VRIGHTWVice President Branch Office 910 Tacoma sfdg Chicago Illinois r Cav A Reminder l IT That we are right in the pushwithour superb stockof atlI 1 1 jf I Dry Goods I riWe carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat r tingsat Give usa call and we will give you satisfaction tW0Whsoir xtipRIc MO is KENTUCKY Ou Who Are You Waiting For Our Stock is Large Our Goods New Our Prices Low wWe make a business of making bargains in Boots and ShoesOur line of Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes is the most complete line in the city We have a large 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 Low Water Markfor safe and reliable goods sold under guarantee Inspect us criticise us know us and you will find we deal fair a- ndSAVEYOU DOLLARS CRUTCHER TRIBBLE Main Street Richmond Kentucky y 1 he Richmond Climax O CHENAULT = mPresident A D MILLER Edltork Maniger WEDNESDAY DEC 16 1903 rOBMUHKllIVSRV WKDNIC8UAY Tlla Climax Printing Co Incorporated Announcements FOR smmfFFIWe are authorized YER a candidate for ty subject to Ihe action of the llemocnitlc party JOHN H 1iiocTOK President of Civil Service Commission and a native of this State ton City last weekIA CHICAGO that diseHse will no longer exist wlierti people quit bathing lIe must be suff ering from Hrain Fag GOVERNOR BECKHAM has accepted the resignation of David II Murray as Ad jutant General of the State and has appointed Percy Haley as his successor Miss CLAR BARTON President of the Red Cross Society ot America has guile to Butler Penn to Jlls tot in the nursing of the typhoid fever victims Tim situation still remains serious A relief fund of 22000 was received a few days ago ALL doubts as to whether or not Jni son W Lyons the negro National Committeeman from Georgia would attend the banquet of the Repulican National Committeemen weredispelled by his arrival on time at the Arlington Hotel where the hanquet wat held He was given a place inside the left wing of the table nearly opposite Biownlow committeeman from Tenn essee Committeeman Robertson from North Carolina came to attend the banquet but when he learned of the neuros presence he left the hotel Vhn naked why lit lid not attend the baiqnet he replied I came to Wellington a gentleman and 1 pro r s4oleaye it gentleman LLBrowBrCO LEXINGTON KY If you are thinking of giving a Picture for a Xmas present It Will Be Easy To Pick from our large collection of Qriginal Water Colors Copley Prints Carbons PhotograveuresSuitable 4 Handsomely framed Also Gibson and Christie Calendars t tfBrower COI1 MAIN AND BROADWAY LKXINOTON X- yIMa To the Democrats of Hadooa County I hereby announce myself a candi date for the offlje of Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party In making this an goodIpeople that I was one of the candidates upon the ticket in 1897 when was waged the hardest fought battle between the two parties in the lustory of Madison county Then we had the death struggle between the Republican and Democratic parties the supremacy of one meant the death of the other The defeat of the candidates on the ticket at the time meant ruin and utter insolvency We went upon the ticket with the understanding that we would use all fair and honorable neaim to se cure our election and to secure the sac cess of the party We were elected and refer the people outI ot tItle county of it and the endorsement of my course as an officer of the county and ask to be placed on the same footing that they placed other officers who made this terrible struggle in 1897 All the sur viving officers save the Sheriff and Asseessor stood fur reelection and the people renominated them becante they thought it was right after to much time and work had been expend ed in the first election and because it was a timehonored Democratic custom that officers should receive indorse ment by being elected a second term The Sheriff and Assessor were unable to receive this endorsement this reward for so much toil labor time etc Had the law permitted it and had I announced myself for reelection to succeed myself I believe that I may safely say the good people ot Madison county would have accorded me the nomination without opposition as a desert richly deserved both by reason of this hard struggle and because I had endeavored to make a faithful and efficent officer I am now asking an election at the hands of the same good peopleEverybody understands without EO lug into details that when a man stands for election In this county in times like they were in 1897 unless he is rewarded with reelectica he gets no profit nor pay out of his office Other things being equal it seems to be a custom that is conceded to be right that a man should be reelected When I was Sheriff of the county the time never came for a settlement when I didnt make a full and complete settlement ot my affairs as Sheriff of the county notwithstanding the fact that there were many poor people in the county who had not been able and had not been compelled to pay their taxes And many a poor man and es pecially a poor widow in this county was not able to pay his or her tax at the time of demand and each and all of them will bear witness that I ex tended such time as enabled them to pay without sacrificing their property by a sale in order to satisfy a tax Inever levied or sold a dollars worth of stock for taxes meanwhile accounting for their taxes myself and bridging them over their troubles and shortage Hows this We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not CureFO FJalllJusinessmadebyWest Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Q Waldlng Rinnan Marvin OhioHullsinter nally acting directly upon the blood and ran cos surfaces of the system perbottleHails Family Pills are the best 1m 0 m I always extended as much indul gence in the collection of taxes as it was possible for me to extend and I believe the taxpayers of this county will bear me out in the truthfulness of this statement I always felt that widows should have certain exemptions from the payment of taxes I believe that very poor widows should have the same amount 250 exemptions in real estate that all independent housekeepers get in personality This would relieve a distressed widow of a great burden and would be an act of justice and humanity I therefore advocated the enactment of a law that would ex empt poor widows from the payment of taxesThe evil doers of Madison county were never persecuted at my hands but as every person knows they sere all brought to justice The blLnd tiger drunken rioters and the expert manipulators of fire arms on Court Day nights were run down and brought to dutyinpart in any of the trials I never sought to show any favor to any liti gant in tile selection of a jury or the summoning of witnesses and so in structed my deputies I simply discharged my official duty as prescribed by law without fear or favor This I litigantsduring trueI not caim any special credit for having dope my duty as best I coitld while Sheriff of the county And I feel sure that a correct understanding of my official management of every interest pertaining to the Sheriffs duty would result in honoring me with your sup port for reflection I believe that equal taxation justifies equal improve ments Any taxpaying district in short needing any particular kind ot improvement should if feasible have that particular kind of improvement that suits tbatdistrict or interest When I was a candidate for the Democratic nomination I made my race as an individual and was not identified with any particular clique or ring In that same way I desire to run my race again And I am not now a candidate of any particular clique ring or set I believe that every man has the right to aspire to office and this is the basis of my candidacy this time No man and no set of men controls my candi dacy And I trust that while in office my official capacity was such as to com mand the snppcrt from every section and all parts of Madison county willdischarge favorPromptedcharge my duty as Sheriff of the requesttheamine my official records and give to conachentiouslyVery respectfully HH COLYER Did Not Want to dl An exchange tells a short story of a farmer who decided to sell his property and listed It with the real estate agent who wrote a very good dscrjption of the place When the agent read It over to the farmer for his approval the old man said Read that again After the second reading the farmer satin a thoughtful mood for several minutes and finally said I dont believe I want to sell Ive been looking for such a place all my life and it never youdescribedto sell out Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against the estate of Charles Eads deceased are requested to present same properly verified on or before January 20V 1904 or same will be barred I6d4t J W HISLK Admr JOES lineof Fancy Candies is superb Also all kinds of fine Fruits Game in KaIO and good to eat l v Senator McCrearys First Speech in The Senate A special dispatch from Washington to the CourierJournal Dee ilays Senator McCreary made his first speech in the Senate today the Cuban reciprocity measure being under dis cussion lie was complimented by a large majority of tlie Senators being present and they listening to his re marks with interest At the conclusion of his speech he was warmly greeted by his colleagues on both sides of the chamber Senator McOreary commenced his speech by saying that the relations of the United States and Cuba are unusu al and unprecedented When war was declared by the United States against Spain it was proclaimed to tle world that onr object was to jive to Cuba a stablband independent government We have complied with that promise We must not hesiute in n grand work so auspiciously commenced and we must as far as possible help to give Cuba industrial prosperity and corn mercial progress The pending bill comes to the Sen ate after having received the ahriost unanimous indorsement of the House of Representatives 335 votes having been cast for it and only twentyone against it STEP TOWAJID TABIFP REFORM The Cuban reciprocity treaty is a step in the direction of tariff reform and free trade He then gave his reasons for being In favor of reciprocal trade between the United States and Cuba He re ferred to the Platt amendment and said it was made a law by our Congress and the Cubans accepted it in good faith and by our request put it ill their Constitution and as this amendmnnt is an obstacle in the way of Cuba mak ing commercial treaties with other nations we should in every proper way grant trade relief to Cuba He said if there is a tariff wall in the way and we can lower it or make a breach in It cc should do so and agree to the pending bill which provides that if Cuba will allow the products of the United States to enter her ports at 20 per cent 30 pr cent and 40 per cent reduction we will allow the products of Cub to enter our ports at a reduction of 20 per cunt of our existing tari- fF GOOD LESS N IN TARIFF REDUCTION He said the pending bill teaches good lesson in regard to the reduction of tariff for Republicans by their ad vocacy of it and the President by recommending it in a special message thereby admit that the existing Re publican tariff law is defective Mr McKinley and Mr Blaine advocated re ciprocity but Thomas Jefferson in dorsed it before the Republican party was horn and Democratic President Pierce negotiated tbe reciprocity treaty with Canada and Cleveland renewed the reciprocity treaty with Hawaiiand the Democratic platform of 1892 de dared that trade interchange on the basis of reciprocal advantage to the countries participating is a timehon ored doctrine of the Democratic party He said that instead of recipocity treaties he would very much prefer a general revision and reduction of ex isting tariff taxes but as the Republi can party refuses to enact a general law reducing taxes he would vote for reciprocity treaties Mr McCreary began a general die cussion of the tariff Time surplus in the Treasury he said is a certain in dication of the necessity of a reduction of taxes He contended that our tariff policy is of such a character as to call for retaliatory acts ott the part of many of the principal European nations that Germanys new tariff was meant to meet our rates and that the trade situation between the United States and Germany was such as to arouse great apprehension Russia and France also had followed tin example set by Ger many With general relation and with our own products piled up in this coun try it would not be difficult to imagine the result PROTECTION IN ENGLAND Mr JMcCreary referred at some length to the protectivepolicy in Great Britain which he said had been induced by our tariff policy If he said under the able and accomplished Chamberlain a law should be enacted closing the markets of that country by as high tariff rate as our own and if Great Britain should allow free trail with her colonies it is not difficult to see what the resnlt would he lie closed with a declaration to thu effect that the day has almost arrived when the nations of the world would cease to permit their markets to re main open to the United States while the markets of this country are closed to them and he expressed the hope that the pending bill would receive in the Senate a vote relatively as nearly unanimous as that given it in the House of Representatives A BREACH IN TilE WALL Mr Teller asked Mr McCreary if he thought it would ease the mind of Ger many and other European countries from which the United States buys sugar to know that the United stateS had entered into an agreement with a colin reducetlonrepliedthatmakes a breach in the tariff wall A Superb Stock Those of our readers who admire pretty thiugssbould call at L E Lanes jewelry store and feast their eyes M r Lane at all times carries a most superb stock hut now he has his holiday goods and his store presents a beauti ful appearance His line of silverware Is complete cut 88 too in profusion and diamond of the first water Then bet also has a nice line of clocks watches mirrors combs and brushes in fact anything and everything that can be round in a firstclass jewelry store Call at L E Lanes and see all these pretty things whether you buy or not It will do you good It 4 Joe r tOTal Aronra The Royal Arcanum Lodge met last Thursday night at which time six new members were initiated into the myr termed of the order Officers for the en enlng year were elected their installa tion to take place at the first meeting in January A sumptuous banquet was enjoyed at Joes after Thursday nights meeting The order is a new one in our city but has a full membership and is steadily growing To Return The Boston Ladies Symphony Or ciieetra which so pleased our people last winter will return to our city on Monday December 21 when an elegant program will be rendered at the New Opera House This is one of the fore most musical organizations on the rued rendering only first class muslcand compositions from the favorite composers The following Is the program which will be rendered and our music loving people cant afford to miss hear ing it SAMPLE PROGRAM ltiarchMllitatroSchubert2 OverturoEgmontBeethoven- a CornetBoioLevyAthen Pomkabevy Nettle Relter Reverie Guy 6 Trombone Solo Air Varln Pryor Ida flatter 6 Andante from AthBympbony Beethoven 7 Piccolo Solo Through the Air Dnmm Addle E Moore- S Overture DerFrelschutr Weber 9 VIolin SoloAndante and M-otePerpetuefliesMabel Beainan JtcKee 10 Selection Chinese Honeymoon Tnlbot Frank W McKeeConductorM- abel Benmun McKeeViolin Soloist Ida HelterTrombone Bololst Nettle ttelterCOrnet Bololft Addle B Moore Flute and Picc- oloLuIIaimpsonCornet xololst Ulnru HelterClarinet Soloist The curtain goes up at the Grand Operu House tonight on what prom ises to be the cleverest straight comedy attraction of the season A briond ol the Family is to be with us and the curiosity of theatre goers as to the na ture of the show about which the met ropolitan papers have been talking so much lately will be izratified It is said to be one of the funniest lanjihprovo king farcial comedies ever written and the large company of artists selected especially for their adaptability to play- a particular character take advaulaire of every opportunity contained in the bright dialogue to hold the attention of the audience from the very riso of the first curtain A refreshing feature of tliiii comedy is the fact tha it is not necessary to sit through a long first act before the story commences to unfold itself for time most amusing scenes ever witnessed IIi a legitimate comedy presents itsehfitt time very start anti the situations and complications follow each other so rapidly that the audience is kept in OIIK paroxysm of Innubtcr SPEND A Merry Christmas With The Old Folks Low Rates With Long Limit VIA Big Four Route On December 25 antI 31 1903 and January 1 tickets will be on sate BigFourn U R R also to many points m connecting lines in Central Passenger Association territory Tickets will begood for return to and including January 4 1904 For full information and parMcnlais as to schedules rates tickets etc Mi- llll Agents Big Four ttoute1 or address the undersigned JE REEVES Gen Southern Agent WAIUIEXT LYNdir Geul Piss Ticket Alt- CI01CIiNATI OHIO 1JIIiILast Thursdaynight only a moder ate sizedawt4fenee was present at the Grand Opertt Hnhseio see Mis Oils in Heilda Gabler l If has been a long timeliinrieour pople inve witnellse- tlsuchs magnificent production The audience was ideerjly impressed with the splendid acting of Mjos Otis and her excellent company each one of which is an artist Messrs JuettA Baxter are indeed to be congratulated on the class of shows they are bringing here and deserve the hearty support of our people ORDINANCE Belt enacted That it shall be unlawful for any person to attach or connect with the sewer from the Government Building except it be by special permission from the supervising architect at Washing ton D C and the consent of the Oity Council Any violation of this ordinance shall be punished by a fine of not less than five dollars nor more than fifty dollars tor each offense- D R TEVIS Mayor AttestA C WELLS City Clerk December 16 1- 003Public Sole By virtue of Judgment and Order of the Madison County Court in the assigneethallndersigllecl Thursday Dec 3 103 expose for sale the entire tract of land formerley owned by Socrates Maupin in area 125 Acres Bile11i11in one half mile from Kingston Ky mid six miles from Richmond Ky initveiiieiic to the postoffice churches MhonlB and to the L N R It lila inngnificHnt land under good improve ment has a house and outbuildings on Itjs well fenced and well watered It is the most desirable piece of property exposed for sale in thisconnty for many years It will be sold on the above named tny on the premises at 10 a m TEKMS Tins land will he sold upon a credit of six and twelve months the purchaser to execute ohe bond for half the sale price payable in six months from date and another bond for the remaining half of sale price payable in twelve months from date of wile the said bonds to bear interest at the rate of six percent until paid anti time par chaser to give approved security the bonds to he a lin upon the land sold to secure their payment tat tk Tmt Co Assignee of Socrates Maupin Wile Atlantic EailroaJ DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VeraallIesLawrenceburglShel t 1105 Lm and Cincinnati 345P m FrIrvlne lMam TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and j Il54am Cincinnati flilGr m From Irvine 335 pjn O IT BROWNING Gen Mgr KyHRichmonD Ky LJUiiTal A- rI45 pm 1105 pin 720 430pm No Cincinnati and Livings ton Ezesa south bound Livingston No 4 Clnnati and Livings ton Express north bound Nol Clnnati and Livings ton Ex south bond No Stanford and Mays vllle Accm north bound No Stanford and Maya vllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Rowland Accm south bound No 22 Kichmqnd and Stan ford north bound Cold Wave Coming And on account of the coal strike the price of wood is up and coal higher than ever known We have ad vanced the price of GAS Gas is the cheapest fuel If you are contemplating the heat question call and see Richmond Water and Light Co I Every niarioman and child knows JOE He Richmonds firstclass Confectioner and RestauranterI everything I goodHotXmas is coming and what would bnicerr Ito send to a friend than a fancy Giunchkliani = o 01 ea or a basket of beautiful Fruit in one of our dainty baskets Re befound Lv- UtS 1pm 350 sin 1105 pm 620 a 20am is not on us is p m Ii LADIES FANCY White Handkerchiefs Ladies hemstitched hanokerchiefs open work pattern at 5c 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs t inch hemstitched border embroidery in each corner at Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with tin- val lace Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkerchiefs inch embroidered hemstitched Imported Swiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidered in novelty designs at Fine qualitySwiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace very effective at LadIes pnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at Gents ndkerchiefsand Gents plain white Handkerchiefs 5 Gents high grade well finished Cambric Handkerchiefs I inch hemstitched barmier in Persian figures and Otlental designs be each Used almost exclu absolutelyfastGENTS HILK FINISHED HANDKERCHIEFSExcelda is a new fabric which retains the lustre after washing1 1J inch hem Persian figures in each corner at 25c GENTS CA8SIMEB MUFFLERS Extra heavy imported Cassimere Wool Mufflers full size larg assortment of colored plaids at 25c Large assortment Silk and Wool Mufflers at 49o each LADIES WHITE APRONS from 25 to 99c TOILET MIRRORSFrench bevel plate gloss solid brass carved frame at 149 TOWELS at 5 and lOc each Extra heavy linen Towels full bleachedcenterpgnrfdlu wlllte damask designs handsome border of bold designs in white Towelsftmiljfi Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets A purchase from you is all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best way to buy all kinds of merchandise is from U a OWEN MfufflTUCKYICor Main and First 1 I For RelIt Two nice office rooms on Main street pply to Douislrs Culton 2loctf Holiday Rites via L A Fur the above occasion the L A will sell round trip tickets lit rate of one and onethird fare plus 25 cents onto of sale December 2321253031 and Jtinuary lrwlth final limit Jac 4 See local agents for particulars- R A Wooliuns S A Ciior ai- J T Ballardc Pills against Lyman Parrish c Dft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment anti Order 01 Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term there of 1903 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday Dec 3 J03 Between the hours of 11 oclock a n and 12 oclock m on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky pro ceed to expose to Public Sale to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A Certain Lot with house thereon anTI appurtenances thereunto belonging situated In the city 01 Richmond Ky bring on the West side of First street and bounded its follows Fronting on said Street about 24 leet and juniilnt bark toward Second street in parallel lines HI the lot f Mrs Thomas Ellis Said t lies be IWHHII die hut ut Joe Kansas Gentr IM Airs Thomas Ellis atid the same lot deeded to Lyiiiun Iarnh by S D Irirrish by deed now on record in the Madison Comity Court Clerks othce to which reference is mow made for inure diQtiite boundary producemoney so ordered to be made and the costs hereo- fTEUiSSaIe will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for Inpayment of the purchase money to have the force nnd effect of a judgment bearing legal in terest from day ofsaie with a Lien re served upon said property until all time purchase money paid S E SCOTT IC M C C Each Hundred Dollars a Box lOne value H A Tisdale Snninierton S C places on Dewltts Witch Hazel Salve He says I had the piles for 20 years I tried many doctors and medicines but alj failed except De Witts Witch Huzel Salvo It cured me It is a combination of time healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and em llients relievesamid permanently cures blind bleeding idling and protnding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases Sold by E C Wines lin For Sale On33 yearold saddle and harness mare Will take corn and hay 7tf G W GATES Stops tho Cough and Works off the Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine TKets cure a cold In one dav No cure no pay Price 25 cents No 20 New Connecticut Food Chop per SI at the Racket Store For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture tour pieces Cost S400 Will sIll for mytPhone No1 long ring or five lOT 7 tfGW GATES When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape again 2d4t fid the lOc JOc 15c25c 25c J5c Mufflers A Public Sale husinesheretoloresigned we wilL- onThursday DecJ 7th offer for sale to the highest and bust bidder the following property viz 300 Acres of known as the Frank Harber place about six miles from Richmond on the Four Mile road tao mitfs north of Hnnyon Urove school house or wilt sell 200 acres with improvements consist jug of good dwelling cistern c 1ann well watered Will also sell 1 pair of good work mules 4vears old about 11 hands high 5 yeaning mules extra good 5 weanling mule 1 extra Jennet colt extra Jack colt 1 harness and cuddle mare 1 family horse 30 head home ynarlimicheifersbrood rows and about 40 shoals Farm ing Implements consisiingof 2 brewagon 1 Kentucky grain drill mow ing machine good as new cultivator 1 large cutting box witfi horse power wlIlonbuhOWl hold goods ondayEVERETTfIUGUELYW T D Auct WJNcJfJ5ticRFACTORY jIts shootWinchesterFactorysuits they give Its their entire reliability even Winchesterusmokeless powder WinchesterRepeater WinchesterNewblack powder load on the on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either 0 these brands and youll be well pleased They fJ LTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT Great Values in- S Fall MerchanidseNew Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthanexaggeratedthat WHITE GOODS IItwill afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of nUnn eItgantcollectionand Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away i Our Fall Millinery jnstylesbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them P1 ICS i ight- T i HOSIERY lislethreadandkind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department f i i 1 WeonlyShoestOur basement ts full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the richtpricesc a i Reapectfully Submitted Cash Trade Land Chenanlr market other E1l Elderu Our Line of Vehicles r offeringspecial Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call 1ec eaTT 1e DOTS BIGHIHOIVD KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros J MAIN STREET PHONE 185 FRE- SH6rocer7 es AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 16 1903 u Next week will be ChriKtmas Tonight The Friend of the Family Stable for rent Apply to 16d2t MRS A C BUCHANAN Bait your hook for Christmas and then fish in Lanes Jewelry Store 2d4t Be sure to go to the Grand Opera House tonight and see the Friend of till Family Heat your bedroom with a Gas Range Sold by Richmond Water Light Co Mr Lee Shearer has rentAd the rottaiie on Fifth street now occupied by Mr P F Adams Mr Edgar Blanton will move his family into Dr Frazees house on Second street the first of the year Uev Young will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday at 1045 a m Mark the change from 11 a m to 1045 The new show windows In the front of White Gibsons store are quite a needed addition and add much to the good looks of the establishment There will be a Union Tea perance Meeting at the First Presbyterian Church next Sunday nightat 7 oclock addressed by Rev Geo W Young Field Lecturer ot the Interdenomina tional Temperance Work ot Kentucky The Friend of the Family will be at the Grand Opera House tonight Dont tail to pee thin excellent play It ban the highest endorsement of the press and is spoken of as the funniest play ever staged The hands that bind hearts to peMipr can be bought cheap at Lanes 2d4t For nice Neckwear For a nice pair of Gloves For a nice pair of Shoes For a nioo Dress Suit Case For a nice Umbrella For a nice Hat For a tiles Handkerchiet For n nice pairot Sox Call at Cruicher Tribhles Any of the ntwye articles will make a nice Xninn present Bazaar The ladies of the Episcopal Church will give a bazaar on Saturday Uecem bnr 19 in Mrs Lee Maunina store on Main street They will have on sale all kinds of fancy articles suitable for Christmas presents Au Endorsement Lexington Opera House 1 Ixiiijtini Ky Dec 10 03 f MewsrH luett t Baxter Richmond Ky The Friend of the Family Company is one of the heft companies that I have ever had in my Theatre and if your patrons want a laugh advlsa them to go and see it Repectfullj yours CiiARfE8 SCOTT evoGas is the cheapest way to heat your house Richmond Water Light Co Lost A white and lemon spotted female setter pup about five months old Re ward for information leading to its re covery I6dtf JOE CIIKIUCIT 10 Move Mr T A Robinson will be in the style and the first of the year will move his jewelry stock to Crutcher Evans where he has obtained space and one window for display Notice The L A railroad will soon be in a position to furnish bioken stone and screenings from fine quality limestone in car load lots for turnpikes driveways and walks For prices tall on or address A C HONE Kyl6dLfQrcolt Court Almost the entire of last week was consumed in the trials of Sam Wilson Tobo Roberts and Charlie James Wil son and Roberts who were charged with murder were acquittedand James for shooting Officer ONeal was given six months in jail and 100 fine Protection The thriving little village of Paint Lick is soon Ito have a water works system A Louisville firm has been granted the contract This will he a much needed protection in case of fire and we are glad to see our little neighbor show snch signs of business thrift THE THIEF OF TIME Is procrastination This is the jewelry buying season and if you put otf your shopping too long youll find stocks thinner and crowds larger Drop in now and look our stock over at your leisure We have a beautiful stock for holiday selection and the prices are as pleasing as the goods are desirable 2d4t L E LANE Arm Injured Mrs Reuben Broaddns fell at her home on Fourth street Monday after noon and severely fractured thebone in her right torearm and likewise sprain ed the muscles Dr H R Gibson at tended the iujnred member and at this writing the patient is resting comfortably and her friends hope for her speedy recovery meted Mrs Minnie Dykes Amsbler has been granted an absolute and unconditional divorce from her husband William L Ambsler of Cincinnati The case came up last Wednesday in the Circuit Court the result of which gratifying news to the host of friends and admirers of this popular young musician She was restored to her maiden name Minnie Dykes mi Hold the UrUla On account of the Cantata at the Christian church tonight the perform ance of The Friend of the Family will not begin until 845 The manage ment has kindly consented to bold the curtain a little later than usual since quite a number who are in the Cantata wish to attend the performance at the Grand The curtain will rise at 843 sharp Christmas Cantata Tonight at the Christian church Mips Minnie Dykes chorus class will render the Cantata The Manger Throne The class which is compos ed of some of our best vocalists has been practicing for several weeks on this Cantata and it will be a musical treat for oil who attend The solo parts will be taken by Misses Kate Smith Carlisle Chenault Anne Bennett Willie Traynor Mrs T B Collins and Messrs A D Flora A C Scanlan K P Adams R F Hutcheson and J D Allman Mrs Clara Akers will be organist than whom there is no better in the city The entertainment will begin promptly at 745 There will bo- no admission fee Miss Dykes class has rendered some very excellent choruses this winter all of which have been most enjoyable Let everybody hear The Manger Throne which will he the beginning of our Christmas celebrations cLPJ rC j j J J- J jDeeemberis the last month in the year Itis also my last I- J month in the grocery business tForthe next three weeks I onJat the same old stand Main street where can be found C fIeverything in Groceries fancy J- If all kinds of fine J- J Christmas Fruits and Candies I- J In fact everything to be found J in a firstclass grocery I will 1- J be pleased to have my manyfIt friends continue with meforthe If w remaining three weeks as they t have alwaysdoflelfl the past and J thenew firm also t TE Oeatherage Co I- ci fJ pJ fI Here is the best place for all kinds of Footwear for men and boys largest stock in Madioncounty 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 and other Heav Shoes of every style and kind for both men and boys at prices that posi tively save you money BIRTHS HunsTMr R N Hurst and wile are entertaining a fine son who arrived on the 11th inst- TAyLORMr and Mrs George T Taylor are receiving congratulations over the birth of a One son on the ninth Mrs Taylor was furmerh Miss Bertha Thomas of Estill county Santa Cans Jleidquatters In other words The Racket Store Messrs Suit Bratton inform us that their line ot holiday goods was never more complete AH kinds of toys for girls and boys beautiful line of lamps China and glassware all kiuds of flue granite and tin goods for the kitchen handsome chamber sets a full line of novelties medallions statuary everything Christmas shoppers must be sure to call at The Racket Store on rain street for there is where they can fluid what tbey are looking for Cold Weather According to predictions the cold wave reached us in due time The weather aU over the country is cold especially in the North and West In Wisconsin the thermometer registered twentyeight degress below zero Sun day is said to nave been the coldest day in Chicago tor the season of the year since 1875 Trains through the West have been greatly delayed by the heavy snows awl in Indiana one man a wilier was frozen to death Will be Continued The Louisville and Atlantic railroad has decided to run a train between this city and Beattyville on every Court Day This will be a convenience to the farmers and merchants all along the line The tiain will leave Beatty ville at 605 a m and reach this city at 9 oclock Returning will leave here at 4 p m and reach Beattyville about 7 oclock Last Court Day this train brought about 400 passengers to onr city This means much to our merchants who appreciate this Court Day excursion most heartily To Leave Richmond It is with deep regret that we hear of the intended removal of Rev W A Bisenhart and family from our city They expect to leave about the first of the year for New York to reside Mr Eisenhart has for several years past been the pastor of the Second Presbyterian chprch which charge he has filled most acceptably His removal will be a loss not only to his church but to the town Ha and his wife have made many warm friends during their residence here and the best wishes of nil will follow them wherever they go Public bale Iwill Oder for sale publicly at my place two miles north of KlrksviJle at 10 oclock iv m on Monday December 23 the following property One pair 3yearold work mules 1 yearling tunic 2 good mares 2 good mUch cows 2 milch cows to be fresh in January 5 head yearling steers 4 calves 10 100lb shoats 1 sow and pigs 6 stacks of tim othy and clover hay 20 or 30 barrels ot corn and household and kitchen furni ture Twins made known on day of s41eM G LAUD R F D Ko 1 Richmond Ky 16d2t Reappointed It is pleasing news to themany friends of Postmaster C O Wallace to know that he has been reappointed by the authorities at Washington for another term of four years His reappointment was endorsed not only by Republicans of which party Mr Wallace is a prom mont member hut by Democrats as j well He has made amodel postmaster polite and courteous at all times alii has attended to Uncle Sams bush ness IB R highly exemplary manner Weregl d Indeed that his face will still greet us at the postofflce windows I and we eongratRlt hi h tii7 lpOO h The Smallpox Situation Concerning the smallpox situation in Richmond I wish to make this statement The report has gained circulation over the county that there are one hundred or more patients in this city which is a great exaggeration By actual count there are twelve cases and these not in a malignant form This statement is pub lished to disabuse the minds of the country jeople whoare afraid to come to town for any purpose C J BALES M D Health Officer The above statement was furnished the Climax by Dr C J Bales Health Officer of Richmond It is tube regretted that these wild orumors have gained circulation throughout the county The few cases that are mentioned are perfectly isolated and well guarded day and night so there is no danger of a spread of the disease The people of the county need not have any fear about coming into town for it there is any difference the safety lies here where everything is guarded rot Kent Six room residence and blacksmith shop on Barnes Mill pike 5M miles from Richmond Mrs Lucretia Cotton dec16 2t Notice to the Public Jim Richards a nephew ofmine caused to be published In a Richmond paper lat week a statement purporting to be signed by me in which notice is given to the public that I will not be responsible for any debts made by my wife In justice to her and myself I wish to say that I knew nothing about the item in question until it was published and that it is a complete forgery enacted through malice and bate tow ard my family for which there is no cause M F RICIIARDS Off For the West Mr W G Powell and family left yesterday for Holdenville Indian Ter ritory where they will reside in the future Mr Powell will engage in real estate and other business Since their removal to our city Mr Powell and his excellent family have made many friends here who regret very ranch their departure from our midst but whose best wishes follow them to their new home in the far west Mr Powell is one of the not energetic business men who ever located here and he will be greatly missed in business circles He will no doubt succeed in his new enterprise The Mcberlev Sale The handsome residence and grounda belonging to Mr S N Moberley have been sold the purchaser being Mr Jonah Wagers of fcstill county The price paid was 12000 which is consid ered very cheap for this ha deome property MrWagers will not come to our city to reside for a year yet but he and his estimable wife will be given a cordial welcome to our city The sale of household and kitchen furni ture took place last Friday and every thing brought good prjcofl Mr Mob erley and wife will spend the winter iu the West Tuides and upon their return wiUreetu in Versalllee While we regret to give them up ire wish them much ItH pineM and wssterity lit 1t hQ3 and see for All prices to choose from 2 JO 15 18 If you are hard to please we have what you want if you are hard to fit your size is here in our big stock Intd V Hall sW OUR FITS HOWETAYLOR Mr Ben H Howe of Allegheny Penn and Miss Grace Taylor of this city were married December 7th at Zinesville Ohio The bride is a daughter of Mr John Taylor Mr Howe was with the Harris Parkin son Company during their first engage meat ill our city but is now couuuiected with another company in which he and his wife have been afternoon at 5x clock Mr Irvine Miller and Miss Patsy Parks were united in marrirge at the home of Mr Algin Hisle Iear Waco The bride who is an attractive young woman is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs George Parks of Speed well and is a niece of Mrs John F Wagers of this city The groom is a pnicperous young farmer of thecounty The IMMAi extends congratulations McCoRHiOKLooAx The following notice clipped from the Tower Hill Illinois Breeze will be of interest here where the bride is well known having spent the greater part of her liie in this city The CLIMAX with the others wishes Mr and Mrs Logan supreme happiness At the home of the brides mother SIrs Martha Stone At 645 East North street Decatnr Ill Thursday noon November 26 Mr Joseph W Logan of this place and Mrs Bnrnie Stone McCormIck in the presence of a few relatives were united in marriage Rev S H Bowyer pastor of the First Baptist church officiated We never met the brido until she came to Tower Hill but she is a pleasant pretty and accomplished your g lady and we are sure she will soon win many friends in Tower Hill The groom is a genial young man andcame from Decatur to this place a few months ago to accept a position as manager of the J F Reeder Clothing house and his pleasant manner has won many warm friends who join us in extending congratulations and giving him and his new bride a hearty welcome to our little city May they long remain citizens of the garden spot on of the pretti est weddings of recent years was aol emnized last Tuesday evening at the Baptist church in Lexington when Miss Ethal Watts of Chileeburg be came the wife of Dr Harry M Blan ton oi this city The ceremony was said by Dr L II lilanton ot Danville father of the groom The church which was beautifully and elaborately decorated with potted plants and ferns was filled with a brilliant gathering of friends and relatives The color scheme of the wedding was green and white and the ushers for the occasion were Messrs Henry K Milward and David Eastman iof Lexington The groomsmen were Messrs William C Smith Lexington Warfield Bennett of this city Hite Huifaker of Louis ville Smith Oldham of this place Oakford Hinton of Paris and Joseph Head of Jackson At the sound of thebridal chorus from Lohengrin three of these groomsmen marched down one aisle while three came down the other They were followed by the matron of honor Mrs William C Smith the brides sister and the six beautiful bridesmaids as follows Misses Carlisle Chenault and Mattie Smith of this city Lizzette Dickson of Paris Ethel Witberepoon of Versailles Maria Ba con and Aileen Watts of Lexington the list named being maid of honor The Lexington Democrat thus describes the bride and the beautiful picture formed by the bridal party rue bride entered with her father Mr William D Watts She was never lovelier than in her exquisite wedding gown of white lace over chiffon and silk A tulle veil was caught becom inglv in her hair with a spray ofrlI- 1ge blossoms Her bomiet was a graceful one of lilies of the valley Just before they reached the altar the bridejtrooln wid h1k best anMr JepUia ChenanU of Richmond cars fr ai tbi vstrjr roocu d advanced W iI I meet them A lovely semicircle v as formed before the pulpit and the efft ct was very beautiful as they stood for the ceremony As the responses were given Always was played softly as their accompaniment Mendelsshons wedding march was played for the de parture from the chnrch The ceremony at the church was followed by a beautiful reception for the bridal party and relatives at the home of Mr and Mrs William C Smith on Swift ave nue Lexington PABKEB Mr James Parker died Monday morning of paralysis at his home on Letcher street Deceased was about sixtyfive pears of age and leaves a family His remains were placed in the vault where they will be kept un til some members of lila family recover from illness sufficiently to attend WHITE Prof H H White died Wednesday morning at 230 the end coming as peacefully and quietly as the breaking of a new day and the ris jug of the meriting sun oer the moun tains Prof White was born in 1821 making him eightytwo years of age He is survived by three children Prut James G White of State College William G White of Louisville and Henry W White of Chicago lie had been in feeble health for about two years and when the last sinking spell came no hope for his recovery was entertained Prof White had been associated with the college life of this city for over a quarterol century He was one of the early presidents ot Kentucky University and administered the affairs of that school ably and well He was known over tile entire country as a man of wonderfulmathe matical ability The funeral was preached Friday after which his remains were laid to rest in the Lexing ton Democrat Sued Mr 0 H Chenatilt of Fayette coun ty has been sued by that county as a result of his intentions to put an ob struction across the Lexington and Boonesboro pike which touches a por tion of his fallu The road is a public right of way and has been used as such for over a century and tho petition asks that he be restrained from closing up this road in any way The county is represented by Attorney W P Kimball Mr Chenault is owner of the Spendthrift Stud and is well known here being closely related to the Chenaults of this place His suit will be watched with interest by his friends here IDr Frank Walker of Lancaster was here last week Hon Jerre A S llivau has been in Louisville this week Hon T P Reed of Boyle county was in the city Monday Mrs Wm S Montgomery of Lexing ton is visiting relatives here Mrs A C Scanlan has returned from a visit to her sister in Mr and Mrs Josiah P Simmons have been visiting relatiyes in Louisville Mr R L Davidson of Lancaster was aguestlast week of his sister Mrs Z T Rice Mrs C S Holton has been entertain ing her sister Mrs DMSweets of V Ware of Trenton Ky has arrived to spend a month with MrsOH Vauht Mr Jam IL Stone of Louisville spent laet week with his grandfather Major Joha D Hattie Dr T Park Gardner has returned to Ida home in Irvine aftan extended 4rsL W1Aritift 11M Jai an extewtal yllit to ftrimtdi astt- tivesli re ar iwISSOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR JI fredbenjamiD- 1AKRS IE fW= Correct Clothes 1 Christmas- SUIT Now for Your AND OVERCOAT jumpforvysellinggoodWearingyourself 5678 1Z50 And Finer rnYINGTnNAt 8Ajlll CLOTHING MATRIMONIAL jlaying- MILLERPARKSMOnIaV eart- hBLAroNVAvrsOne Democ- ratDEATII ceineteryLexiuigton PERSONAL Oincinnatir ShelbyvilleMrs visiUohisbrothinRboriJ itJeNijSIMoyW YORK farNell Mr and Mrs Jack Twigg of Whites Station left last Thursday for Florida where they will spend the winter Miss Lottie Craig Crow willspend tile holidays with relatives in Shelby yule and Richmond CourierJournal Dr Harry Blanton arid bride are at home to their friends at the residence of Mr and Mrs L R Blanton on the SummitMr Mrs B H Luxon have moved and are now at home to their friends in Mr Robert Harris cottage on Third street Dr T J Taylor and family have removed from Main street to their old home on Lancaster avenue which now belong to Joe Ginnchigliani Dr Henry C Jasper will return to day from a iy of six weeks in Philadelphia and New York during which time he has been taking a special course ot lectures Miss Katie Smith of Richmond is the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond is visiting her cousin Miss Lonis Kauf manCentral Record Mrs C W Howard of Whatcom Washington who is spending some time with her father Mr Rufus Mc Cord visited Miss Elizabeth Walker in Nicholasville last week Captain S F Rock of Richmond was in our city yesterday in the inter fist of the oil wehlon Station Camp He Is much encouraged with the pros pects Estill County Herald Mr W S Hume was in Lexington last week where he went to pack up the personal belongings of his brother Christmas Gifts For Your Men Friends utilityjusturgeearlyUmbrellas Neat durable styles as well as elegant silks with finely wrought handles 1 to 650- Mufflers Richest silks in all the neweststyles5Octto25- 0Handkerchiefs Pure line 124 to 50c pile silks 25c to 14t 1 IIHume and haveshipphas ben visit UlunIIIglii BI oom i some Ime hOlllearpasttown She was al y wfllmake vlsitand Mrs Quinn I to relatives here ItIMessrs Herman IhjSaufieyMiss Pearl Cartwright AtreleKlnt will be a lor to1whichthis city to reside Under the direction of PIOr Osr Erghott of Cincinnati The MesniarJ will be sung in Lexington next Mon day night There will be one hun dredvoices in the chorus and one of the leadine solo parts will be token by Miss Minnie Dykes who will go to Lexington the last of tho week and remain until after the rendition of Handels Oratorio on Monday night Mr and Mrs Malcolm Roid have returned to their home at Roundway- Miss after an extended visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Sam Alexander at Red House They have only recently moved to Roundway It beinf a new saw mill town which Is on the eve of a big boom Mr Reid has pur chimed a nice tract of land and being a splendid business man will nodoubt successITomorrow at five a in Rev B O Beck and Miss Mary Lackey will be united in marriage at the home of the We CanSatisfyYour Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes In our Ladies and Childrens equalsWeton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 33OO and 350 AND SlUS- a Fine 6lovesBe- autiful Scotch Wool fine Kid Mocca and Fur 25c to 250 Suit Cases Fine collection ar the be kinds urging morn ap plopr te125 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 Gladto WIceremony immediately willleaeI eldestIs possessed of those traits that go to nxake up noble womanhood The oftheis filling most acceptably the pastorate lof the ollege Hill church The Cli andcongrntu ofuntoldMyersandoc cur to day at the home of the brides crtmina1nT1 bIRev J W Crates the prlJSf 1oily f the imlnedjat family J young ItIle leaving iii1u1diatnid uncforMcIwivordsKeniucky numbeyofIHe is upright i liS esteem of cio of f As aa large acquaintances nlbri1e which of Mr ani 1r E whole I and is possessed of rar beauoging bright sunny disposition hll8 ty1 her friends by her acquailancQ CLISMX extends the heRr fl m lations to Mr and Mrs MEn wishes them unbounded happS success in life In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department thewinterIN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and WVL Douglas satisfactionprompts you to buy another pair CALL daughter RICE AND ARNOLD J- c 1 aJiIv A i- iPOFSINAL OARDS ATT03W1E7S I MILLER ArroEtrrATLAw KICSUOKD KBMTOCK- TOfice n the Bantam Building next door to ares National BaLk febSlj J trruRNKYATLAw A s rv RICHMOND KENTUCKY 01poiJiteJ O D 11 OHENAULT RNEYSAT LAW RKXMqND KENTUCKY Office oil Second street over Then nits grocery W R LETCNER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KKNTDCK- Office over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Offlce in John Bennetts old law office over Perry a Thomni drug store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND t KENTUCKY Office thr Dr Hobson building MlnStrcet E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians llobsou Bull Iug Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE Graduate Southern School of Ostheopathy DENTAL SURGERY DTtfiI QuSQC 1orLouis DIITI8T i14 Ity r1 iroe ncxt door to- Ey Gvrpen = tOcehour9to121 tnovl ily oov M Blanton DENTIST office lu Bennett Building lUnly TELEPHONE 196 DR LANDMAN f Hotel Glyndon Vednes lay January 13 1901 50 YEARS l EXPERIENCE II4- m1 TRADE DcsIciNs- COFYRRHTSIC MARIc4 Anyone landing a tketrh and descriUainay qulcklr ascertain our opinion free an Inrentlon Is probably lenIAbe Coirrannlea tlonsstrtctlreonadenUaL oti Patents sent free Oldest for nUate=Patents taken through tffcialnottce without charge la tbe Scientific Rm1icaii A handsomely Illustrated w Ijirrest clr mlUon of any Terms 3 rPAr four montbs1 SoWoyall tiewsdeal- erjUNNCo3618 nT New York Branch omce 6B F 81 WaihJnston Do c tTi1U Vfp have m vved lIu8lnelfrom i tIe Eace ofUalnstreet lousestorerGmwhere we Ii irbe glad to wel 4comeWWII1jieflds anit patrons 1We to pay the batithItes1rket price for WII 1 bbIV e jr t ou1tr- yr Furs other Produce i us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county I GOTT BROS Second street 29janlv RICHMOND KY Aodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat U Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings DiscoveryII IA Cure Perfect I For All Throat and Lung Troubles I Money back If It fall 1rialBoHiulreJ ++++ 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 accommodation Uenulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SSSSSS Phone 3 Second St TO THOSE Iwishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence jfijfijfi Weare pleased to state that it is on sale at the following places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons R cbmond Nearer Hamilton Waco O Flnnel Red House J W Master Valley View I V Whitlock Baldwin John titapp Newby Burton Roberts Rutbton J W Tester Edenton J W Prewltt Cottonburg LA Wearren Paint Lick- Wallacer C McWharter ton nlckneri Early Berea JTCov Kirkaville Next to tljblflioper Tesi come8 the fi what is ri h iitl1T iard tothfrdo il anti fthecJ SSE made fihlthO tock pfOPJicalGooMtIOI rraiitl ir at all einnndrnr vlwAinlrneIIateIY 0 H I1VUSllllhptrfllJtF or th PAl It will promttlytcxect2ltrpnirs are T A Robinson 3ian and Jeweler Main 4 Richmond Ky rniereold Und 30j1 I FARMS FOR SALE We have for sale many de sirable farms in Central Ken tucky especially in Marion and adjoiningcounties These farms range in acreage from 50 to 400 Acres and in price from 10 to 60 PER ACRE Some of these places are rich blue grass farms and others river and creek bottom lands We have excellent facili ties for showing these farms and we would be glad to show them to those who ere interested Your correspondence is solicited and will have our prompt attention Central E y U Estate Co LEBANON KY John A Burton Pres Genl Mgr IGsepSm BLANTONoDEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime 4 Cement Plaster Hair Etc Jht Comer Main and B StreetspraotyrPhone 85 I = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid J To purchase flour kind sir she said v What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Eltiston Patent of course kind sir she saidI Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said And he never repented in all his life MFor he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife tMlLho L k Elliston fiit Company Phcnel663 WACOr KY f1 Wool Carding in Season Tc 0 L 11 SOLD JOE WHISKY Haad made Soar Mash Everr drop go ran teed to be pure It i a of old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the beet Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5It I ftjg 2CO 5II bottkj3 t New Wiiinky 1 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBraj er novijr Anderson county Ky Bodily pain loses its terror if youve a Bottle 0 Thomas Electric Oil in the house Instant relief in cases of burns cuts fcprains accidents of any sort 1m a H Ay rs Bald and thin Then its too late If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured Hair Vigor the saved your and added much to it If not now is it I have nied Aver Hair or orcr year Iamnow9tearn1daudbaveaIevyg- rowth of rich brown hair due I think en tirely to Ayers Hair Visor M A KE1TU Belleville IlL EIoo a bottle J AYSR AIIdrnelf Good Hair ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Tourist Tickets now on sale daily to IEW ORLEANS LA and points in the South also HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally condu ted excursion SleepeViLouisville to California New Arizona and Texas Scalp You dandruff dandruff hair entirely bald your Winter other Mexico Srcial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect nn first and Uilrd Tuesday in each month to the Indian and Texas Farming in the The Passenger Department of the Illinois Ceutml H R Co is Issuing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable uardenine otork raising dairying etc ill the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every Farmer or Homeeeker who will forward his iiHine and ad dress to the undersigned will hs mailed freo Circulara Sos 1 to 10 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month For Folder and rate tickets apply to nearest rail road agent or W D P Ky MY IS ta dlstres8ed THU1 N- On d I Sausage Buys And SKINS fffi Fr information General Passenger Agent Chicago A Opportunityl is a name that might well be to The Racket tore This is- where shiny probably neglected opportunity Improve forTplI Southand Southwest Arkansas Territory Oklahoma South through address- F HARLOW A- Louisville NAME A Row further address applied Xmas Buyers 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 tlJ wagonloadToysc Be sure and call at The Racket Store MAIN STREET SUIT BRATTON Props p DIB SHACKELFORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE ii stkSpecial Hoir Horse and Cattle Style Stays 13 U or 6 te apart Stays la In or 6 In apart galvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogsandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED howitThe price will advance in 60 days D1B SIiuceIfbrd COI z 1 t AUTO FOR DEATH VALLEY Train and Car Being Unlit la 1ew York hIck May RerolntlonlM Borax Business A New York firm Is engaged in a work In the automobile line the outcome of which Is being anxiously awaited in the far off Death Valley of the borax region In southern California If tho enterprise Is successful It will mean a revolutionizing not only of the methods of getting borax out from the hills but also probably a radical change In transportation methods in various parts deposIItslying unavailable because the prohibitive cost of transportation The work being done is the building of an automobile train of an engine and seven cars It is destined to take the place and do the work of 1200 mule and 240 drivers saving 100000 annually For its use a macadam road 100 miles long is now being built over the shift ing sands through the Rocky pass and along the mountain sides in the borax valley The engine is a movable power plantfor generating and furnishing elec tricIty It is fitted with two threecylln der gasoline engines of 75 horse power each which will run up to 300 revolu tions These operate on 100 kilowatt dynamos This engine will run at the head of the train of cars and by means of a coupling tongue the current gener ated by the dynamo wilt be transmitted to the cars each of which will be driven by two motors of its own The cars while driven Independently will be worked in train fashion with the engine guiding The train is designed to move at the rate of 4 miles an hour TO PRESERVE THE LIKENESS nentilenta of Mamkroneok L Yn Would Itetnlu Intact Rock Form Ing AVaalilnKtona Profile The residents of Mamaroneck N Y led by Father Meister a Catholic priest have formed an association to preserve a wonderful phenomenon which is known as Washington rock The likeness portraying the head and features of the father of his country appeared several years ago on a rock near Oriental point It was supposed at the time that it was produced by a blast but because it is close to the site of Washingtons headquarters where he fought the battle of Heathcote hill and within a stones throw of the old house where Coopers character Har vey Green The Spy lived some of the superstitious people of the town are inclined to attach a supernatural origin to itThe head and features of Washing ton are stamped on the rock in massive size and at certain angles the resem blance is complete The nose is formed by projection and the mouth and eyes by the dark coloring of the rock Public meetings have been held and the people interested have formed the Washington Rock association It is proposed to collect a fnd and place a bronze tablet upon the rock and dedi cate It October 21 1904 the one hun dred and twentieth anniversary of the battle of Heathcote hill ALARMED BY COCAINE EVIL Chief of n liInBrlon Police Says Drug Habit Is GrowlnarThe- Capital City In his annual report to the commis sloners of the District of Columbia MaJ Sylvester superintendent of the Washington police force says that the cocaine habit Is greatly on the Increase among the lower classes In the capital city and that vigorous measures should be taken at once to check the evilIt Is bound to become a destructive agency unless something Is done to prevent its sale by druggists he says Two years ago the drug was hardly knpwn but the habit has grown and the wreck of lives which accompanies the use of this deadly drug and Its sister drugs morphine chloral and other pharmaceutical preparations and even apparIentto fact- that the police are powerless to raid the opium joints save on the charge of disorderly conduct and that the fine for this misdemeanor is inadequate to check the scourge- MORMONS BUY OLD JAIL Will Remove UulMInc Shinnied at Cnrtlmne 111 Where Prophet Smith was Killed to Utah An Interesting landmark at Carthage Ill the scene of historic tragedy ha been sold to the Mormons This is thr old jail in which the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith and his brother Hiram were killed by a mob In June 1844 It Is built of sandstone and is well preserved It was then the sheriffs residence one room only being used for a Jail and It has always been occupied as a residence It stands on an acre ol ground well Improved The property was sold to the Mormons recently lot 4000 1000 under Its real value It has been occupied for years by the recent owner J M Browning and hit family made the historic building a so cial center till the family was dispersed by death and marriage- A H Woodruff of Chicago negoti ated the purchase of the building for the Mormons It Is reported that the build- Ing will be removed to Salt Lake City to be set up there as a memorial African Lake Dried Up Lake Shirwa a large body of water In Africa lying to the south of Lake Nyassa has dried up completely and to all appearances permanently and the suddenness of Its dltappearance has led to some concern for the future of the other large lakes In the region A Costly Mistake Bluiitern are oinntitiiis very eipen I5 Qcrnintinlly IIfjfeU is tilt uricAof it ini tnkf hut youll nvtr be wrong iiiIi tnkn Dr Kina New Lift Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head die Liver of Bwel trouble Tlifi are ttntle yet thorough 25c ai an IrueBture 1m STERLING NOVELTIES There were never before many ueful novelties made in sterling Rilvnrsind never in tht world were stioli tliimrt sold reasonably Welinvn lmn lre l of pretty and ns ful artioles Thinp that you nee l thines that are suitable for little gifts that yon can buy for from roc to 2 50 L E LANE 4t A Bicycle Runaway Terminated with an ugly cut on the Ire of J B Ornof Franklin Jrove III It levqlopetl a stubborn ulcer nnyleUiint yesrsThenSkinEruptionsstores lm For Sale cr Trade A neat four room cottage on litndnll avenue Lot 4 xt35gOoI1 cistern all Binall barn Will pay cash liflereno in trade Apply to 18n to liJEssE TVKK8 for Real T desire to Taut for the VPH 1904 a residence th good garden and black smith shopjtt Foxtqwn For further p in tictiUrs call otion a1drlsu JwIoIfWWiJson utf FtQwutKy A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drue eiot will he sent by mall on eeeelpt of SI One small bottle is two nmnthV treatment and will eire any cneabivi mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 flux 629 St Lmns Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KBEAD TIllS Richmond Ky Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St LoubMoDear- Sir I have nspd one bottle of tile Texas Wouder HalIH Great DIBCOV eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I hetsan using it to day I weight 176 uound ami I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JOHN A RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packt IP enough for usual occasions The family buttle 60 cents contains a supply for a year All driiircists Bell them MBS CECELIA STOWE Orator EntreNous Club 176 Warren Avenue CUICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to pet well I however operationMywell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate place at best A friendly druggist advised him to get a bottle of Wine of Cardui for me to try and he did so I began to improve in a few and my recovery was very rapid With in eighteen weeks I was another being Pt Mrs Stowe letter shows every woman how a home is saddened by howcompletelyWine ness and brings health and happi ness again Do not on suffering Go to your druggist today and secure a 100 of Wine of Cardui WieEol m U Good for Children hRrmlel1I1UneRte relief in cases f nugh Crimp itl LaGrippn because it tlos not pass im mediately intu mIte ftoiiHch hut takes effect right at the seal f the troulilf It draws nut the inflainmaion hettta and soothes and urea permanently bI enabling the hums to contribute pure ileirivitii and life sustain OXVK II to the blood and tissues Dr Armstrong of Delia Tex prescribes it daily anil says there is no letter conirh remedy made Sold bv E P Vine lm WeakHearts Are due to indigestion Ninetynine of every one hundred people wno have heart trouble Indigestiononlytraceablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which rails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing It up against the heart This Interferes with the action of thatdelicate stonwbrtfCJJrII1OIIIhKodol Digests What You Eat andrelieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only trialbePraparad by Eo 0 OWITT a CO CHICAGO For sale hy Perrv Thnniax PROFiTThe tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children i Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft andundeveloped a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak anda blood food if there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood andmuscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample tktureatbewrapper ci eveT boltlco yon u ScottBowjieCHEMISTS 409 PuriSt MY- Ttr lfti ifl inijgili I am terribly bother ed about nmking my will CHRISTMAS Day is near Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY Arfouckle and Simmons in Department Have Many Clothing Cent CASH ONLY give This CAIso our large line of eg Childrens Clothing This means you the clothing the world at cost and than New Ycrk cost Avail yourself of this opportunity Come quick make your Do fail visit our house when Lexington lOUIS GUS TR4US ILexingtons Clothiers I Seven Million boxes sold in months t = We keep on hand at all times a good supply ofi r ush Creek Coal from the new mines that are DP iiifr operated Brush Ylk ky lint do not hesitate to say that you will lint this to he an ideal Coal and will reduce your coal titus nonrly onehalf At the perfpct8aliffllion Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand Cement Etc We are still in the See Tixxsvxvess and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Prompt Service and Good Weight letcher Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond K- yDONT throw your money away for the kind that is as hard to burn as fireproof building Tis bet ter for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price have the Mountain Ash Jellico and tHe Black Raven WE ALCO KEEP 8 a Covxv Wjrillt CQaL to Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone J84 1 rYf I C I CKtf a hit Iam lUll US h rnuMecl in rhl oven tf8 Greet RItJ We are Badly Overstocked our Clothing We Too 25 Per Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our FOR We are determined to you the full benefit of our sale in season and j not wait until the season is over to ir includes our Alfred Benjamin p Cos and Overcoats Youths to best in less and selection not to in Leading past 12 Witt We This signature dont tIb11 MjiIit house Suits k k0li DayI o- fCOAL u ninoix every box 25c PIR 9 1 FI R f We have 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 ays You will find these shoes to be stri tly up tr ca and a great many not damaged a i a Also remember we will gi- ve130ff on all CktThig and Heavy Underv ear f iteh joX1Yours The lobe Store 208 Ma jnGLa i fuvJrrz r t il g iJ J f i tlJj igia 1 fr t f i l f t 7 P 1ii ILI J