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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r I THE RICIiMOND cLIV1AX fr t Jfjfmd E30 RIOHMO KENTUCKYD MADISON COUNTY WEDNESIJAY DECEMBER 23 i903 NUMEL it 31 PHONE 80 Get Your Moneys Worth Lackey Hamilton Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your 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 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 25c to 1 Per Yard J J Sw HighestQuality Be sure to see our Lineof t and Furs Before your Selection The Style and Price will please you Ladies Minxes 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 Every Style Overcoats for Men Overcoats for Youths Overcoats for Boys Make your own price and we have a Coat to fit you The best for the money We will make vou happy Yours to Please Lackey HamiltonC- or Main and First Streets t Richmond Kentucky e W L CRUTCHER G W EVANS JR 121 New FirmAND c A Magnificient Stock of Goods V V- V t Everything for the home beautiful c can be found in our store vr r r and our prices will suit 3 Lryb0dye t c c We are at home at Joplins old standon C p Main street and we guarantee the best A and most attention to V cgvve us a call g Crutcher Evans Main Street Richmond Ky n c rBig Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY j- t I Shippers of t A Inlie Coal A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary j 4 J Jt grate without any attention J + 4- t C 3 ala U J L Watson Cloaks polite 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky An important sale of High clas Winter Coats and Suits at Special price for tills week Mantailored Suits nf Broadcloth Cheviot Ziberlincs and the faslilouiibttt Seot h mixtnrn Long Coat e Foots beautifully finished Very at tractive model at extremely low prices for this week Readvtowear Skirt in all thenew materlalaand latest shapes Ladies Misses and Childrens Goats Aetrasgvestylesat1 distinctly handsome designs s Fashionable Furs The liirgeRt colltjciinu of Fine Furs we have ever shown Jackets Pcarlh and Fancy Neck Pieies A pnsitive saving of from 25 1633 per Cent on every piece ii Seasons best Blark and Oolorol Fabrics Mellon Zlberline Venetian NiRwest shrtdesln colored novelties and fancy suitings at wonderfully low prices thlveekin Silks blank and colored ipecla In Black and Colored Crepe de ilnches wide pure silk rich lustrous crnpery White Black Ligh- trniilDzkBhie Champagne Rose anil Krench Gray regular SI and 125 goods thlssalBoriy 75 cents CORSETS A new line of Prteu Fasso and other leading makes High class Ladiegf ailorinit Bveumij Gowns and Coat Suits made with special care Millinery Krpatly reduced J LU Watson I 820 N Ky E C WINES DRUG STORE making Quality Lowest Prices Every Quatitya Upper Lexington Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde Hon D L forCougresofDemocraticsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to nnnounce W R Attorneyparty UJROOKfosubject to the action of the Democratic psrty We are authorized to announce WR Attorneyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W MadisonCountyic authorized to announce B B Million subJectCOLYERty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MadisonCountycratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES sublectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbJectWe are anthorized to announce A J ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county sub vA to the action of the Dem CBtic party MORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONIAKESTaller of Madison county subject tothe action if the Democratic party U1Crcountyublect DUCKTOUNSONounty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J 0PARKE a cundldata for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce B B TER RILl JR candidate for Jallerof Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic oarty We are authorized to announce W T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer or Madison county rahject to the action of the Democra tic COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P DEN Publicaction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BEN F HOWARDS a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party JOHNNOLANHaPublic Schools of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party- FOLtASSESSOR ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor uUject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DUD DUNN 1 candidate for Asuwaor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We arn authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assoswor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street lumping the occupants or flThnndred ither accidents are every day occur ences It behooves everybody to iave n reliable salve handy and theres nine as good as Bucklens Arnicw al ve Burns cuts sores eczema and ailefi disappear quickly under its tootine effect 25c at any drug store Itn Knocking H man down for calling you a liar doesnt disprove the allegation Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system la nervousness sleeplessless or stom rich tB Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome cauees It never fails to tone the stomach regulate this kidneys and bowels stimulate tho liver and clarify the blood Run dcwn systems benefit and all the usual attend fJcarchlngluufBitters is only 60o and tht is returned if it dont give perfect MtbfoeUoB GBaraateed byall drugglel 1m r I WORLDS FAIR NOTES Model schools for the blind and leaf Old St Louisas It was 100 years agoIce Plant produces 300 tons of id dailySpecial building on Art Hill tn sculpture Typical 49 mining camp InuMI Ing Gulch Jubilee presents of the late Quee VictoriaOutdoor mining exhibit coverln twelve acres Rose garden six acres In area 50 000 rose trees King Cotton a statue In cotto 50 feet high- Sunken gardens 750 feet long an 100 feet wide History of the Louisiana Purchase told In flowers- Approximate cost of the Exposition 50000000Palace of Elucatlon 525 by 75 feet cost 319999 Palace of Electricity 525 by 750 feet cost 399940 Towers on Palace of Machinery are 2C5 feet tall Forty thousand horse power for Ex position uses- Largest silver nugget ever mined weighs five tons Fair opens April 30 1904 closes December 1 1904 An 8000 horse power turbine engine In power plant Size of grounds 1240 acres nearly two square miles Largest gas engine ever made 3000 horse power The sum of 150000 appropriated for athletic events United States Fisheries Building 133 feet square Revival ol the Olympian games of ancient Greece- Fifteen exhibits departments J44 groups 808 classes More than 100 Important buildings on the grounds Over fifty foreign governments to make elaborate displays Philippine exhibit costing 1000 000 covers 40 acres Anthropology Building 263 by 113 feet cost 115000 Palace of Horticulture 400 by 800 feet cost 228000 Palace of Machinery 525 by 1000 feet cost 490597 Palace of Liberal Arts 525 by 750 feet cost 475000 Palace of Manufactures 525 by 1200 feet cost 719399- Conservatory 200 feet square In Palace of Horticulture Live stock exhibit covers 37 acres 250000 for premiums Automobile chairs carrying two persons resch all points Statue of Vulcan in coal Iron and xike 50 feet high Art pottery manufactory In opera Lion showing processes Half a million dollars expended in decorative sculpture Rainbow gardens line the Cas cades flowers of every hue FGrty four States and Territories appropriate 5812500 International Congresses learned men from everywhere Hank Monks stage coach the one Horace Greeley rode In Model strawberry farm with 400 varieties growing thereon Aerial navigation 200000 appro priated for tournament Amount raised by city of St Louis and citizens 10000000 Intramural doubletrack railway to all parts of the grounds Natural garden where all North American wild flowers grow Fight Will be Bitter closingheirmendation of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption will have a long and hitter tight with their troubles if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beau of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every sympton of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after flVerytlilng else had failed Improve ment came at one and four bottles en tirely cured her Guaranteed by all drucreiflU Price 50c and Trial tottles free 1m FOR A RAINY DAY We have umbrellas that combine beauty with utility Onr lowest priced umbrella is as low as a good umbrella can be sold for our highest is the best that can be found Every conceivable combination of gold silver ivory or wood is shown What can make a more acceptable gift L E LANE The Lone Star State Down in Texas at Yoakum Is a big try goods firm of which Mr J M Hal ler is the head Mr Halier on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend rho was with him in the pal cecar Here take one of these Lit tie Early Risers upon retiring and will he no early in the morning feeling tood For the dark brown taste headache and that logy feeling DeWittV Little Early Hirers are the best pills to use Sold bv E O Wines 1m Character is what we are when we havent time to calculate Fnbllc Sale Having determined to leave the county I have decided to offer At pub lie auction at the Guess farm on Otter Creek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dvl2 the following property Two good milk rows one thoroughbred Walkinjf Denmark Raddle colt one thoroughbred yearling jack and all kinds of farming implements antI house hold and kitchen furniture Al the same time and place the following stock the property of P W Powell will be publicly sold Onefine jack years old 14 hands high one coming three yearold Jack 16 hands hIgh i one two rear old saddle hor8ra done twoyear old saddle filly Pedigrees of the above stock will be furnished on day of sale The stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months Terms on other articles made known on day of sale Chas per dec22t Richmond Ky DIAMONDS Are the most interesting of all jewels They have figured In history poem and song been the cause of deaths without numbers linked hearts together provided ready money all the while serving as beautilul ornaments Nothing could be more acceptable or economical a gift to ones self er ones friends Prices range from 5 to 1250 all gooci flftwlaw BtoMB M4fr LB LA rI Graceful women Dtslra for a Perfect Figure Is Inseparable from a of tie Beautiful The scent of the violet or rose is aa precious as the lovely flowers whose ore and while the lives of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance purityhealth RoodtasteRADFIELDS Regulatorinpermits of no wrinUes pale cheeks or tortirLd nerves and sJapelcss figures It is Natures remedy The clruggist Uiay offer goodbutresultTryOur treatise on Woman mailed free THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA LAST NAIL IS DRIVEN 9 Kentucky Building at Worlds Fair Ready For Dedication IT IS A MOST IMPOSING STRUO URE Occupies the Best Site On the Exposi tion Grounds For a State Edifice Has Wide and Deep Lawn For Clue Gass In Front and a Beautiful Cluster of Cedar Trees in the Plot To say that the Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion Is the most pretentious ever erected to represent the State at either a national or International fair Is putting It very mildly If Kentuck- Ians have been ashamed of their State buildings at former expositions and there is no denylss this fact the assertion may be made without fear of contradiction that no citizen of the State will look upon the Ken tucky Building at the St Louis Worlds Fair without feeling proud f his nativity and the building whlcl marks the dawn of a new era in Kentuckys life When It was stated that the Kentucky Building occupies the most commanding of all State structures on tho ground the writer spoke advisedly It stands within what Is commonly known as the main picture of the great show while other State buildings are to be found a half mile away on the plateau of States It therefore occupied a po sltlon at once the envy and admira tion of citizens cf sister States Sitting well back on a lawn two hundred feet wide by three hundred and sixtyfive feet long It Is at an In tersection of two of the main thoroughfares of the exposition one leading from the Grand Basin by the Palace of Education and the Mines Building to the United States Fisheries the other by the Government Building and the Metal Pavilion to the terrace of Louisiana Purchase Slates the palace of Fine Arts FestI val Hall the Cascade Gardens and the restaurant pavilions Can ono EveryAmerIcanmont building as part his and when visiting an exposition whether for a day or for a month Includes the structure that represents Uncle Sam as many times as possible In his tour of the grounds To come to the Gov ernment Building he must see Kentucky It may be Justly assumed then with all these points of vantage that The New Kentucky Home will be seen by more people than any other building of this kind at the fairThere Is no describing the Ken tucky Building It must be seen to have Its beauty appreciated As the architect would say however It coy ers an area 138 feet by 108 feet In eluding porches and verandas The building may be said to be entirely surrounded by porches and verandas Every side Is an Imposing en trance with the front and the rear emphasized by massive porches To the original plans have been added an attractive stoop as an approach to the front porch Midway between this stoop and the wide roadway to the southwest of the Mines Building the lawn takes on the form of a ter race the beauty of which will be heightened as the bluegrass nur tured by the snows In winter peeps through Its native soil two car loads having been transported to St Louis for this purposeto await the admir- Ing gaze of the thousands who will pass up the Kentucky asphalt walks to the hospitality of this Kentucky HomeTo the right of this lawn Is a clus ter of beautiful cedars which rustle benches and its cooling shade will make an Inviting spot to many visit ors The walk leads around the northwest ofthe building by the rear entrance to the roadway previously described as running by the Government building to the Palace of Fine Arts etc Hero at the rear of the building stands several of the large trees that made Forest Park the scat of the Exposition famous before ItI was determined to commemorate an exposition the purchase of the Louisiana territory Two of these trees seemingly grow up through the porch of the building at the southwest corner The exposition officials de siring to preserve as far as possible all these monarchs of the forest would not have consented to have these two trees removed had the Building Committee of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association desired It They give a touch of nature to the building which Is pleasing to the eye Thlrtyflve feet from the rear of the Kentucky Hoaae wilt be other terraces and steps leading to the Jawn uPon which Is being erected la the shape of flyepoteted star the Texas Build lag The Keattteky IWtiilg luw tfarea tka tn a r eiai reception nan wren a nara noor the second as a ladles reception hall and the third with Its roof garden over the porches at every side aff a rendezvous for those who desire to study In blrdseye lesson the beauties of the grounds In tho center of the second and third floors Is a light well with attractive balustrades encircling giving to the visitor on the first floor looking up a magnificent view of the dome with Its many colored glasses In the center of the re ception hall on the first floor will be Installed exhibits of minerals forks tolaveshowing by counties the products and resources hut the Building Commit tee at a meeting early this month decided to abandon the plan of having this map and to give the space in a more effective way to the displays mentioned These exhibits will prob ably pierce the lightwell of the second floor It has also been suggested and may be mentioned In this con nection that the heroic groups to stand on either side of the front en trance be chiseled out of Kentucky channel coal The building being perfectly white these groups in their blackness as dark as night would certainly attract attention At each corner of the first floor there will be a small room which with the stairway leading to the second floor take up the balance of the first At the northwest end of the second floor are three rooms so are ranged as to be thrown into one large banqueting ball when desired A small space on the third floor will be reserved as a serving room with communication with the first and second floors by a dumb waiter Tho third floor has been made as open as possible to connect with the outer galleries formed of the roofs of the porches The roof above the third floorthe main roof will also be ac cessible and will give the visitor one of the very best views possible of the surrounding grounds The main picture of the expositionthe one which corresponds In Importance to the Court of Honor at the Columbian Exposition at Chicago in 1893 tho Cascade Gardens pouring their millions of gallons of water into the Grand Basin with Festival Hall sil houetted against the terrace of Louis lana Purchase States a restaurant pavilion flanking either end Is easily seen from any of the floors of the Kentucky Building Festival Hall Is have the most mag nificent pipe organ ever built one with millions of different tones Sitting on the porch of the Kentucky Build ing It will be easy for the yjsitor to hear this wonderful organ While In St Louis the early part of this month arranging details as to the programme for Kentucky Day Thurs day June 2 1904 the delegation representing the Kentucky Exhibit As sedation called on Col E C Gulp secretary of the Committee on Ceremonies who volunteered to turn over to the Exhibit Association Fes tival Hall for the night of June 2 and to arrange a programme of music to suit the fancy of the Kentuckian and to be executed on the wonderful In strument Installed there PLANS ARE MATURING Forestry Exhibit From Kentucky at Exposition Will Be Very Elaborate No more attractive exhibit at the Worlds Fair at St Louis Is to be made of Kentuckys products and resources than that In the Palace of Forestry Fish and Game In this building as well as In all others on the exposition grounds where Ken tucky Is to have a part the associa tion has been looked upon with favor by the chief of the department Ken tuckys forestry space Is on two of the main aisles of the building and al most In the center between the two chief entrances Mr A N Struck of Louisville the chairman of the committee and Mr William Boa thu field representative thereof have for counsel and assistance in their work the following wellknown gentlemen Clarence R Mengel Girard Alexan der Cecil Erasler Gen John B Cas tleman and Ernest Kettlg of Louis ville The forestry exhibit from Ken tucky representing seventyodd dif ferent varieties of commercial Urn bers will be made as rustic In appearance as possible A twelvefoot partition Is to separate Kentucky from her neighbor and on this part flea will be displayed all the products of forestry with sixinch sections from logs It was first suggested by Dr Tarleton H Bean the Chic of the Department of Forestry for ha Exposition that the timber display be made In eightfoot sections so cut as to show all the grains of the wood To utilize space however It has been determined to show only six J1lyIsevery variety of timber in the State but the finished products from the same Some kind friends of the as sociation living In Eastern Kentucky have brought to the attention of the organization a number of massive trees In different counties which ap proach In size the monsters from California Long sections of these trees will be slJwn In tim outdoor forestry exhibit Dr Bean In a recent talk with an officer of the association appeared anxious to have Kentucky to Include in her space In his department the medicinal plants of the State and the seeds from the various trees Ho also wants mounted specimens offish and game shown and in this con nection It may be mentioned that the association Is endeavoring to get the Polytechnic Society of Louisville to let It have Its wonderful collection of native Kentucky bird skins now nIts possession This collection was made by Mr Charles Wlckllffe BeckhSm a relative of Governor J C W Beck hams at the time connected wltfa jke Smithsonian Institute at Washington There are three thousands specimens In the collection showing the dLJfr ence In plumage especially Kontacklans will be InteresteV Ifl knowing that Dr Bean has assigned John J Tully of Louisville a space twenty by twentyone feet for a die play of his handmade fish TSt3 etc Dr Bean wants Mr Tully to Mve all the life possible to this ezMbk md has Invited him to manufacture the fish nets la Ute spae allotted tflJJ TO OTOBA COLD IX C LAT Take Laxative Brorao Quinine T bl All dragjtfate rued the rrioufM faile tEl er0 E W Grove daM fe a pa saab hex X eDt L i fritW ajww wtl whoca y- eauePre = k COR MAIN FIRST ll THE HALF WAY HOUSE Arizona r Dggpepeia Cjire strengthens rem Mediate chair THERE are many whose taste strike mean between the ultrafashionable Prince Albert frock coat and the short sacks dont set figuresThe occupies middle ground The Business Frock presents an appearance of unobtrusive elegance It is smart when made rough Scotch or other popular stuffs especially suited such IT AN IDEAL SUIT younjr men who the prosperousThe knowI men who require for semidress cut It is handtailored by Schloss Bros The Best Clothes Makers The fit is guaranteed because measured a model of foll wirig methods SCHLOSS artisanship of get like this for small a price 15 IS tamiable the merchant tailor would charge much for no and make you wait perhaps weekJiir tC Our Cloaks and Wraps the talk of the town and county Everybody that sees our beautiful Jackets for t Ladies ond Misses that we are Itvf 348 and 498 say they better anJiey buy for 7 any whereAise Tailormade Suit Department is chuch full of handsome rrsadymade suits for the Holiday wear If you need handsome dress at low prieig call and see this line 0r Shoes and Boots are better better have mone style about them and are at lower for good reliable shoemaking than onX to be had in the city We carry euery thing that is made in shoes our prices amd same money Old Santa Clause Will He Headquarters in our Basement All kinds of Toys Fancy Chinaw re Imported Japanese wares and holiday pres ents of kinds will be found in bd ent Se our elegant assortment of holi day goods in the basement Drop in and Lets Talk it Over w D OLDH2U1 eo c cr CLCI- t STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 ENTS propertyTItJ Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this propert owned J lr t ArizonaColorado anaySfGold Mining and Milling Company t Which promise to be equal any ot the Qreat Producers In Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt J om Jerome to Bisbee and Absolutely inthe Center of the Belt o And in the Center of the Globe d worldjI in the modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand everv claim will be a mineore in sl ht on ever one Copper Gold Silver and Lead all In paying quantities good assays in Tin Uranium etcLarge quantities of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground Those wIn diil not buy stock in the great mining properties of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen It was offered for lOc a share and later on went to 575 per share now buy in the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Cot tSO Cents per Share J 1 which pnts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and ProtJ ceeds sale of stock development work for machinery in mining and milling and the H inirand handling of ores from mine to mill No salarind officers to pay Dividends paid when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed lutoly safe It is not offered speculation but as an investment for advance in price The Gen J t Manager states From present indications stock should be at par before the close of the year The in- VEstor will notice Having the United Verde Senator larks mine its BillionDollar Ore Body in w Sight on the northwest and on southwest the Copper Queen of liisbee and other mines operated bv A Phelps Dodge Co who haveturned their attention from banking to mining because it pays better this an investment is tha W Mining Opportunity the Present Century J addresBtFor further Information tI ROBT M FOREE Pros and Gen Mgr C Main Office c ilobe p comIplejJin Ii tietse for Rent Nextdoor to Joes Apply to f Ml 3rij asJ BenBiBtU y i JCodoI Dyspepsia Cure c tgestfl all classes of food toaea aw- lstrehen8the etomachandoligestiva orpns CurlS Dyspepsia Indigestin- sroH 1itronlesand makfta richred blood health And strength Kodol retJid oynt tjsj sues purifies and sweet ens thestoaiaeh iQer 3yAJcin Ihaveua di- 1iMbeIolbo4Ies at Kodol DysjHtpeia Care and have found it to be a very effective and Indeed a powerful i JSS storfisch ailments I recora IKeMtH to my friends Sold by E 0 Wine Itn 4 Sak aiqg UtQi oI 4 kt volvraj and three etW geed irttberbOt4oe ti 2a1j P Ai i 2i men a golden off that this essentially of material of to a ga ment IS for sional a suit popular Co on your figure distinctive of Think ting a Suit so as when your frond v as better a are selling that are can a a wear a price Get all our I to J most with nonassessable from goes into used hoist A abso as a it must eral l that with the that as of re JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado r rr c FRANK A WRIG HTWVice President J Branch Office 910 Tacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois r rr A Reminder superbtoO yGoods i L i1 t t J We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful t Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat trngsv6 Give us a call and we will give you satisfactions r Whffte Gibson-e ft Corner Main andiSecond g Jfk7TUqfY r d 6u u 1 1 r t II THE RICHMOND CLIMAX fb = T Ij IIOLUM E3RICHMOND AmSON COUNTY KENTUCKY if WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1903 i 0- M NUMBIH 81 IrlII PHONE 80 DRUG Get YourMoneys Worth Lackey Hamilton t t Want your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found elsewhere if prices asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is your privilege to profit by them But Facts from Such isnot 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 egHighest Be sure to see our Line of Cloaks Furs Before your Selection 0 The Style Quality and Price will please you Ladies Misses 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 how we do it Every Style Yours Please and making wonder Overcoats for Men Overcoats Youths Overcoats for Boys Make your own price and we have a Coat to fit you The best for the money We will make von happy to for Lackey Hamilton Cor Main and First Streets 0 Richmond Kentucky ii GoodsIc V Everything for the home beautiful V V can be found in our storec r and our prIces in SUIt IC I everybody L ll iiiWe are at home at Joplins old standon f P Main street andwe guarantee the best rand most polite attention V cgive us a call F g Crutcher Evans C Main Street Richmond Ky 2JA o Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of V1Alnite Goali +++ p + +4++ ++ +4+++ + + +++++ t Guaranteed to last all night in J d t gratt without any attention of rI+ +4 + +++ +++ +++++++ + + + ++++ + ++ ++++ k o fJJ l Watson J North Upper Street ILexington Kentucky I AniniportHnt sale of Hiel cla u Winter Coats and Suits at Special price Cheviot Ziberlines and thffor this week Mantailored Suits of Broadcloth mixture loiig Oat effects beautifully finished Very at 1fasiitnh1sot1i extremely low prices for this week Readvt wear Skirts in nil thetltlw materials and latest shape Ladies Misses itnd Childrens Coats Attractive styles and distinctly handsome designs V Fashionable Furs The Iffrffflflt rollnction of JiM Furs we have ever shown Jackets jFcarli of from 25 to 33 cent on and Fancy Pieces A positive saving per every piece fiSeasomsbest Blank and OoloredFabrtcs Mellon Ziberline Venetian pweatatiadinIhred novelties and fancy suitings at wonderfully low prices thin nSlc Special in Silks black and colored Special In Black and Colored Crepe de Chene 24 iXches wide pure silk rich lustrous crapery White Black Light and Dark BlnjiViampagne Rose and French Gray regular SI and 125 goods this sale only yo cents CORESA new line of Pflptz Fasso and other leiCllnu makes High class Lathes TiIoriig Evening Gowns and Coat Suits made with special cart Millinery grefttlyreiluced i J L Watsonj 820 N II Lowest Prices Every Quality 821 Uppe- rLexingtonKy EC WINES STORE Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde Hon D L forCongressofDemocrallcsolicited FOR OOTOTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyparty nCROOKEsnbJect to the action of IbH Democratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF VIIDemocratIcWe are authorized to announce BB Million subjectCOtYERty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce FT PER ofMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce D C MadloonConntrcratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES subjectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER subjectWe are authorized to announce A J ROSS a vt subtoMORGANTAYLORcounty enbjet to the action of the Democratic party GPARItJSUcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ANDERSONIAKESTaller of Madison county subject to the action if the Democratic party IIKINNEDYcountyubiect DUOKJOHNSONcanty subject to the action of the Democrat ic Party e are authorized to annonnceJ R PARKE countysubject TERRILlcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party TDUERSONxmnty subject to the action of the Democratic COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT DENTONlic Schools of Madison subject to the iiction of the Democratic party PEDWARDS totheWe Are authorized to announce JOltS ofPublicthe action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR Ve AI authorized to announce J 1BAKER of DIne List Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor ubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN l candidate for Assessor of Madison county ubJect to the action of the Democratic party We ara authorized to announced B F GOLDEN a candidate for Assessor of Madison county suliject to the action of the Demo cratic party A Frightened Horse Running like mad down the street the occupants or a hundred tier accldentfi are every day occur ences It behooves everybody to iavp n reliablo salve handy and theres lone BR good as Bucklens Arnll alve Burnft cuts sores eczema and oilefl disappear quickly under Its wotintr effect 25c at any drug store 1m Knocking a man down for calling you a liar doesnt disprove the allegation Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt tnd serious trouble in your system is nervousness eleeplessless or stom ach upHflts Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the tomach regulate tho kidneys and bowel stimulate the liver and clarify the blood Run dcwn systems benefit particularly and all the usual attend ing aches Danish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only BOc and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfaction G uaraateed by all droplets 1m WGilLDS FAIR NOTES Model schools for the blind and leaf Old St Louisas it was 100 yearn ago Ice Plant produces 300 tons of Ic dally Special building on Art Hill f 49 mining camp In Ml Ing Gulch Jubilee presents of the late Quee VictoriaOutdoor mining exhibit coverin twelve acres Rose garden six acres In area 50 000 rose trees King Cotton a status In cottr 50 feet high- Sunken gardens 750 feet long an 100 feet wide History of the Louisiana Purchase told In flowers- Approximate cost of the Exposition of Education 525 by 75 feet cost 319999 Pahce of Electricity 525 by 750 feet cost 399940 Towers on Palace of Machinery are 265 feet tall Forty thousand horse power for Ex t position uses- Largest silver nugget ever mined weighs five tons Fair opens April 30 1904 closes December 1 1904 An 8000 horse power turbine engine In power plant Size of grounds 1240 acres nearly two square miles Largest gas engine ever made 3000 horse power The sum of 150000 appropriated- for athletic events United States Fisheries Building 133 feet square Revival of the Olympian games of ancient Greece Fifteen exhibits departments 144 groups 808 classes More than 100 Important buildings on the grounds Over fifty foreign governments to make elaborate displays Philippine exhibit costing 1000 000 covers 40 acres Anthropology Building 263 by 113 feet cost 115000 Palace of Horticulture 400 by 8615 feet cost SJ28000 Palace of Machinery 525 by 1000 feet cost 490597 Palace of Liberal Arts 525 by 750 feet cost 475000 Palace of Manufactures 525 by 1200 feet cost 719399- Conservatory 200 feet square In Palace of Horticulture Live stock exhibit covers 37 acres 250000 for premiums Automobile chairs carrying twj persons re ch all points Statue of Vulcan In coal iron and oke 50 feet high Art pottery manufactory In opera tlon showing processes Half a million dollars expended In decorative sculpture Rainbow gardens line the Cas cades flowers of every hue Fortyfour States and Territories appropriate 5812500 International Congresses learned men from everywhere Hank Monks stage coachthe one Horace Greeley rode in Model strawberry farm with 400 varieties growing thereon Aerial navigation 200000 appropriated for tournament Amount raised by city of St Louis and citizens 10000000 Intramural doublefrack railway to all parts of the grounds Natural garden where all North American wild flowers stow Fight Will be Bitter closingheirmendation of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption will have a long and hitter fight with their troubles if not enled earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Beau of Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife had every Hympton of consumption She rook Dr Kings New Discovery after verythinj else had failed Improve ment came at one and tour bottles en tirely cured ln r Guaranteed by all driicreiRU Price 5Cc and Trial tottlea free 1m FOR A RAINY DAY We have umbrellas that combine beauty with ntility Our lowest priced umbrella is as low as a good umbrella fan be sold for our highest Is the best that can be found Every conceivable combination of gold silver ivory or wood is ahown What can make a more acceptable gift L E LANE The Lone Star State bigdryler is the head Mr Hailer on one of his trips East to buy goods said to a friend rho was with him in the pal ice car Here take one of these Lit tie Early Risers upon retiring and you will he no early in time morning feeling good For the dark brown taste headache and hat It feeling DeWittp Little Early Hirers are the best pills to use Sold bv E O Wines 1m Character is what we are when we havent time to calculate rebUt Safe Having determined to leave the county I have decided to offer at pub lie auction at the Guess farm on Otter Creek pike at 10 oclock Saturday Dec 12 the following property Two good milk rows one thoroughbred Walking Denmark saddle coltonlthoroughbred yearling jack and all kinds of farming Implements and house hold and kitchen furniture At the same time and place the following stock the property of P W Powell will be publidy sold One fine jack 5years old 143 hands high one coming three yearold jack 16 hands high one two year old saddle horse and one twoyear old saddle filly Pedigrees of the above stock will bo furnished on day of sale The stock will be sold on a credit of twelve months Terms on other articles made known on day of sale Chas opera dec2 2t Richmond Ky DIAMONDS Are the most interesting of all jewels They have figured in history poem and song been the cause of deaths without numbers linked hearts to gper prQvldedready money all the white serving as beautitul ornaments Nothing could be more acceptable or economical as a gift to ones self or ones friends Prices range from 5 tot250 all good flawleee fitonee 2d4t LE LAn r Graceful women Desire for I Perfect Figure Is Inseparable from a Lots of the Beautlfal The scent of the violet or rose is as precious as the lovely flowers whose theyare qnd while the lives of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a permanent blessing The soft fragrance purityhealth RoodtasteBRADFIELDS Regulatorinpermits of no wrinkles pale cheeks or tortured nerves and sliapelcss figures It is Natures remedy The druggist ii ay offer something else andcall just as good deIOur treatise on Woman mailed free TIlE BRADFIELO REGULATOR ATLANTA GA LAST NAIL IS DRIVEN Kentucky Building at Worlds Fair Ready For Dedication IT IS A MOST IMPOSING STBUO URE Occupies the Best Site On the Exposi tion Grounds For a State Edifice Has Wide and Deep Lawn For Clue Grass In Front and a Beautiful Cluster of Cedar Trees In the Plot To say that the Kentucky Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition is the most pretentious ever erected to represent the State at either a national or International fair Is putting It very mildly If Kentuck Ians have been ashamed of their State buildings at former expositions and there Is no depyhis this fact the assertion may be made without fear of contradiction that no citizen of the State will look upon the Ken tucky Building at the St Louis Worlds Fair without feeling proud if his nativity and the building whtc marks the dawn pf a new era In Kentuckys life When It was stated that the Kentucky Building occupies the most commanding of all State structures on the grounC the writer spoke advisedly It stands within what is commonly known as the main picture of the great show while other State buildings are to be found a half mile away on the plateau of States It therefore occupies a position at once the envy and admira tion of citizens cf sister States Sitting well back on a lawn two hundred feet wide by three iundred and sixtyfive feet long It Is at an In tersection of two of thor oughfares of tifeexposition one leading from the Grand Basin by the Palace of Education and the Mines Building to the United States Fish eries the other by the Government Building and the Metal Pavilion to the terrace of Louisiana Purchase Slates the palace of Fine Arts FestI val Hall the Cascade Gardens and the restaurant pavilions Can on aglne a more Ideal location Every American Citizen holds the Govern ment building as part hi xand when visiting an exposition whtjher for a day or for a month includes the structure that represents Uncle Sam as many times as possible In his tour of the grounds To come to the Gov ernment Building he must see Ken tucky It may be Justly assumed then with all these points of vantage that The New Kentucky Home will be seen by more people than any other building of this kind at the fairThere Is no describing the Ken tucky Building It must be seen to have Its beauty appreciated As the architect would say however It cov era an area 138 feet by 108 feet Including porches and verandas The building may be said to be entirely surrounded by porches and verandas Every side Is an Imposing erf trance with the front and the rear emphasized by massive porches To the original plans have been added an attractive stoop as an approach to the front porch Midway between this stoop and the wide roadway to the southwest of the Mines Building the lawn takes on the form of a terrace the beauty of which will be heightened as the bluegrass nurtured by the snows In winter peeps through Its native soiltwo carloads having been transported to St Lquls for this purposeto await the admir ing gaze of the thousands who will pass up the Kentucky asphalt walls to the hospitality of this Kentucky HomeTo the right of this lawn is a cluster of beautiful cedars which rustic benches and Its cooling shade will make an Inviting spot to many visit ors The walk leads around the northwest of tho building by the rear entrance to the roadway previously described as running by the Govern ment building to the Palace of Fine Artsete Here at the rear of the building stands several of the large trees that made Forest Park the seat of the Exposition famous before it was determined to commemorate by an exposition the purchase of the Louisiana territory Two of these trees seemingly grow up through the porch of the building at the southwest corner The exposition officials de siring to preserve as far as possible all these mdnarchs of the forest would not have consented to have these two trees removed had the Building Committee of the Ken tucky Exhibit Association desired It They give a touch of nature to the building which is pleasing to the eye Thirtyfive feet from thwrar of the Kentucky Home will be other terraces and steps leading to the lawn upon which is being erected IB thq shape of a fivepointed star the Texas Build ing The Kentucky Building has thre- eantrIt ANt ta k d l a I clam reception nail wren a narn noor the second as a ladles reception hall and the third with Its roof garden over the porches at every side as a rendezvous for those who desire to study In blrdseye lesson the beauties of the grounds In the center of the second and third floors is a light well with attractive balustrades en circling giving to the visitor on the first floor looking up a magnificent view of the dome with Its many colored glasses In the center of the re teptlon hall on the first floor will be Installed exhibits of minerals fores try etc It was at first Intended to have a largo mosaic map of the State showing by counties the products and tesourcea hut the Building Committee at a meeting early this month decided to abandon the plan of having this map and to give the space In a more effective way to the displays mentioned These exhibits will prob ably pierce the lightwell of the second floor It has also been suggested ajid may be mentioned In this con nection that the heroic groups to stand pn either side of the front en trance be chiseled out of Kentucky channel coal The building being perfectly white these groups In their blackness as dark as night wouH certainly attract attention At each corner of the first floor there will be a small room which wlth the stairway leading to the second floor take up the balance of the first At the northwest end of the second floor are three rooms so ar ranged as to be thrown Into one large banqueting hall when desired A small space on the third floor will be reserved as a serving room with communication with the first and second floors by a dumb waiter The third floor Las been made as open as possible to connect with the outer galleries formed of the roofs of the porches Tho roof above the third floor the main roofwill also be ac cessible and will give the visitor one of the very best views possible of the surroundln31lftds The main ex on the one which corresponds In lijiportance to the Court of Honor at thp Columbian Exposition at Chicago iitC93thLC- ascade Gardens pouring their mil lions of gallons of water Into the Grand Basin with Festival Hall all houetted against the terrace of LouIs- Iana Purchase States a restaurant pavilion flanking either end Is easily seen from any of the floors of the Kentucky Building Festival Hall Is have the most mag nificent pipe organ ever built one with millions of different tones Sitting on the porch of the Kentucky Build Jug It will be easy for the visitor to hear this wonderful organ While In St Louis the early part of this month arranging details as to the programme for Kentucky Day Thurs day June 2 1904 the delegation representing the Kentucky Exhibit As sociation called on Col E C Culp secretary of the Committee on Ceremonies who volunteered to turn over to the Exhibit Association Fes tival Hall for the night of June 2 and to arrange a programme of music to suit the fancy of the Kentuckian and to be executed on the wonderful In strument installed there PLANS ARE MATURING Forestry Exhibit From Kentucky at Exposition Will Be Very Elaborate No more attractive exhibit at the Worlds Fair at St Louis is to be made of Kentuckys products and resources than that In the Palace of Forestry Fish and Game In this building as well as In all others on the exposition grounds where Ken tucky Is to have a part the association has been looked upon with favor by the chief of the department Ken tuckys forestry space Is on two of the main aisles of the building and al most in the center between the two chief entrances Mr A N Struck of Louisville the chairman of the committee and Mr William Boa thti field representative thereof have for counsel and assistance In their work the following wellknown gentlemen Clarence R Mengel GIrard Alexan der Cecil Erasler Gen John B Cas tleman and Ernest Kettlg of Louisville The forestry exhibit from Ken tucky representing seventyodd dif ferent varieties of commercial tim bers will be made as rustic in appearance as possible A twelvefoot partition is to separate Kentucky from her neighbor and on this partI- tion will be displayed all the products of forestry with sixInch sections from logs It was first suggested by Dr Tarleton H Bean the Chief of the Department of Forestry for the Exposition that the timber display be made In eightfoot sections so cut as to show all the grains of the wood To utilize space however It has been determined to show only six Inch sections In this way not only Is It possible to give a good view of every variety of timber In the State but the finished products from the same Some kind friends of the as sociation living in Eastern Kentucky have brought to the attention of the organization a number of massive trees In different counties which approach in size the monsters from California Lon sections of these trees will be sfcjwn In the outdoor forestiYexhIbit Dr Bean In a recent talk with an officer of the association appeared anxious to have Kentucky to include In her space in his department the medicinal plants of the State ani the seeds from the various trees He also wants mounted specimens of fish and game shown and In this con nection It may be mentioned that the association Is endeavoring to get the Polytechnic Society of Louisville to let It have its wonderful collection native Kentucky bird skins now In ofI possession This collection was by Mr Charles Wlckllffe a relative of Governor J C W Beck ham at the time connected wItth Smithsonian Institute at WashlnglonT There are three thousands specimens In the collection showing the difference In plumage especially Kentuckians wilt be interested in knowing that Dr Bean has assigned John J Tully of Louisville a space twenty by twentyone feet for a dls play of his handmade fish nets etc Dr Bean wants Mr Tully to give all the life possible to this exhibit and has Invited him to manufacture the fish nets la the space allotted te him TO OT7XX A COLD IX OWiATT- aka Laxative Broaao Quinine Jab All drugxisti retaRd the ii fails to care 35 W JroveV Msiqtre- a on each box 2K eente I A frl nd it a I at with lwr JKI- tcaa e I r COR MAIN FIRST lIt THE HALF WAY HOUSE Main Kodol stomach KoUbrDyspepsiif I THERE are many whose strike a golden mean between ultrafashionable Albert frock and short that dont occupies this middle The Business presents an appearance of unobtrusive elegance It is essentially smart when made of rough Scotch or of other popular stuffs especially suited to such a ga mentIT AN IDEAL SUIT young menwho know the intrinsic value of looking prosperous The young lawyer and other progressive professional who require suit semidress wear popular cut It handtailored Schloss Bros The Best Clothes Makers fit is guaranteed because measured on model figure following methods distinctive SCHLOSS artisanship Think of get like for so small price as i5friend the merchant tailorwould charp as no better you wait perhaps Our Cloaks and Wraps are the talk of the town and county Everybody that se sour beautiful Jackets forI Ladies ond Misses that we selling tor 348 and498 say that they are better than they buy for any where else t Tailormade Suit Department chueh full of handsome ieadymade Juuito for th Holiday wear If you need i handsome dress at a low pribe call ands this line Our Shoes and are better wear better have more style abit them and are at a lower price goodreliable shoemaking than ony to be had in city We carry euervlhin is made in shoes Get prices and biime mtuney b Old Santa Clause Will Have Headquarters in our Basemer kinds of Toys Fancy Chinaware Imported Japanese wares and holiday p ents of kinds will be found in basement See our elegant assortment of day goods in the basement Drop in and Talk Over W D OLDHMM e C r rr t STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 A splendidopportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich min three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested ttborourbl4kvestigate this properv ArizonaColorado Copper Bei ant Gold Mining and Milling which promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt J cm Jerome to Bisbes and- Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe j1 Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the world 360 Acres in compact bodywith undisputed titlENo debts of any kinddevelopment still going in the modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand claim will be a mineore sight on ev j one Copper Silver antI all in paying quantitieswith jood assays Tin Uranium otcLar quantities ol iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground who did not buy in the great properties of Arizonaandother parts of the westwhen- It offered for lOc a share and later on to 75 per now buy in the Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co tj1 SO Cents per Share which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter fully paid and nonassessable Pro tJ ceeds from sale of into development work for machinery used in mining milling and the hoist inn and handling ol ores mine to mill k No salaried officers to pay Dividends when mine Is producing As an investment guaranteed abso lutely safe It Is not offered as speculation but ns an investment for it must advance in price The Gen Manager states From present indications should be at par before time close of the The in vestor will notice Having the United Verde Senator Clarks mine its BillionDollar Ore Body in Sight on the northwest and on the southwest the Copper Queen of Bisbee and other mines operated bv j1 Phefca Dodge Co have turned their attention from banking to mining because it pays better as an investment is time Opportunity of the Present fewPres and Office Globe Arizona c rr r comlplexion ttoest for Rent Next door to Joes Apply to t1I tf J 4 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests all classes of food tones and btrtfnfctlientf the stomach and digestive IndrotionStothachiblood health and Itfen th Dyspepsia Curetebtdidwnottissues purifies strengthens and sweet ens the Goy SAVvjAjJttrrr sonof W Va save I have used number of Bottles of Cure and have found it to be a very effective and Indeed a powerful rem Wdjcfpr stomach ailments recom mend it to my frientfe by EO Wines 1m tsi zeaak Yf Medium Jis roll top gee seek rvolvrBj chair three other good I+ t 7iQwtSa4 1 l men taste the Prince coat the off sacks set figuresThe ground Frock material for men a for this is by Co Time a of your ting a Suit this a when your amiable much for and make a wep i are can 51 is Bootslthe our All all our Lets it Company tJ a most everv in Gold Lead in stock mining was went share ArizonaColorado Stock stock and from paid a eral stock year that with who that this Century Gen Mgr Btn a sold and VSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado cr c Vice PresidentJBranch Office 910 Tacoma BIdg Chicago Illinois A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb iockof fr r f JI IyOoodsr tdfir We carry a complete line of Notions beautifu t t Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give yoi satisfaction While Uihsnt t 1 oCom r Main and Second YiL H NQ KaNTUCKY IR 1 Nice Neckwear A Nice Pair of Gloves A Nice Pair of Shoes T A Nice Dress Suit Case A Nice Umbrella A Nice Hat A Nice Handkerchief A Nice Pair of Sox CALL AT CRUTCHER TRIBBLES Main Street Richmond Kentucky Any of the above articles will make a nice Xmas Present s III0 J IX woffle IchmSnce oed novl7bd KL President11y Editor Manager JOA Y DEC 23 1903 KLISHHll IVICKV WEDNKH11AY B Se Climax Printing Co Incorporated PAINT LICK Mr W A Anderson Is very much to the delight of his friends Mr Estridge our new postmaster tookchargeofiheofitce last week Mr R R Harris and wif are happy war the arrival of a handsome ann TMr Artner Parrish is visiting his brother Alex W Parrish at this place Mr John liurnside has gone to Col orado to seek his fortune Success to himMiss Jennie Parks is enjoyinc a visit to Miss Elizabeth Embry in Rich mondThere will be quite a number of changes the lust of the year Mr Rurchill will move into the Nicholls horse and will clerk for Mr R L Jen1 hinge next year i Messrs Fish A Estridge will move ito their handsome new In irks rc Mr Buford Ely will his A louse on Madison ywiornpleted noJmIllUIIIiHckley two tig lave concluded a visit to and j5av jeturned to Oer ee alley They on last III an old C UbfY for the Carter ftvftheWofromnead bookkeeper De I street m will co e to h storere fcom Jwhere i 0ibrLxington 1We w4Ourjetiiil1 spend the Mr CharlesM hl onrl14 Collegestr501jerd ot Irvine who utlglemana farm near i rh I8 Mrs Engle L 1i to this place where she firstclass private board I vJTfd I e f J Wallace who Is almost P 2le years old has been serious i tilt under the skillful treatment frQ S HeRon she is able to be f al n tT1Broer COI1 LEXINGTON KY uSt1 ab- i t81 GIFT i We are adding daily to pur immense stock Dont fail to come and seethe new things You can easily find suit able presents among such a vast collection Come early andavoid the Rush Cj1Broe1Co11MAR LBKINOTON gy- 11j11 I i J 1 Lines in Lorlng Memory ot Alex Stints Raopio Weird and solemn always sounds the peVls of a fnneral bell tolling out its sad lnY rigencfe to the rnstlegs rushing world thatoooi more soul has gone outI into the myc terje6 f the dark great nn known another sotu hasbeen called tl judgment at tljB fie tI tender niercilnl and forgiving Goduoberd- arkened home and heari and yet the vast multUucie8topfi sartled and aghast at the awftilscj denness and gloom of death a tear and a word ofaympatyand moves on regardless of the pulse thats stilled Today in this far off stran gers land my heartjrjyerberates the sid tolling of that fnneral belland me dull thud of tbe clods nponsfcoffin lid as I picturtfcjheisceiie portrayied to me in lettersjfrom home loyey ones bearing the cad tidings of the etfirly and sudden taking away of onr leaved son brother and nephew AII Stivers Manpin As L Bit tblnMng of him whos gone est itrrevery of past years and happier day there drifts through myopen window the per fumes ot this bfltutifm springlike day the flan ralS8teal n and arourd in hOf glory r ellow ai d bright Weaving for mea sad swee- t4oicIiiiigaitd pathetic but dear in all to mytro Qle heart and one I like to dWellriponTfXr it leads me on and on farvbeyoncli the tears and terrors of death oey nd the convulsive weeping ot earthliy friends to the beautiful land of rest where there resounds the te- jOicinjtot angels around the throne of Sodand the joyful union of our boy wiyn the many loved ones gone before a who awaited his coming at the raters edge One more link from our amity chain has grown weary of Ifes battle anti dropped to rest but in heaven thrre gleams forth the glory of another crown beckflnlngjis lUecift Eart is sadder but heaven is nearer dearer and more fair How foreign to day seems my real existence how far away the faces and voices of friends who surround me for I am with you all in thought at hotre with you in your great sorrow gpedding tear for tear and mingling my heart throbs with your own though divided by vast broad lands I see the hearse with ita dark and heavy hangings wind its way slowly and solemnly to the city of the dead past homes and liaunts that had known him from childhood but would know him no more forever The tall clustering trees then grent our view as we turn from the walks of men into the solemn pre cincts ot those that sleep there the yawning sepnlcher awaiting all that is mortal of our cherished and early dead surrounded by weeping relatives and friends the hushed silence the wav lug branches and wailing winds and the deep toned voice of Gods repre oentative as he pays the last sad rites and eulogies to our dead andsympa thies to our living The casket with its jewel is lowered by strong hands into the narrow cell the earth goes back to its place leaving ot Alex only a memory and a name Many a lov log hand drops a wreath a flower or cross upon that new made mound IHow S this We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not CureFO We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 16 years and belibve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any made by their firm DruglrislsToledoWholesale druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and moms surfaces of the Rystem perbottleHalls Family Pills are the best 1m a m Lk- transforming it into a bank ot roses When all was done that could be done all seemed loath to leave the spot so sadly dear but one by one we left him anti he slept beneath the stars Your letter lies before me friend of mine know yonr grief grieve with you and j feel My weakkeu a s I eek to pen the linetWherein the larger truth aball Tonight I watch the twilight ihadowi play They weave a lubtlle pell about the place And then Iewhere all la dim and gray AJure t4JUnuDlud grs get in personality to me Farnd adisessed51t and allt end I iO awaymaa lifea crimson 8e- aUJchoro y anguish bind me to my friends calllZeat till the glory light of dawn is shed BOund them to waken them at HII bthest All tears are Tain beloved know that He traceIEngrared in smiles upon the cold dead faceiThe angels of Jehovah from above Are ever watching orer them no weep For those wh in the summer land of love Are resting His beloved have their MAu sleepi Sherman Texas DEATMfc FBEEMAN Our community was great ly shocked on last Tuesday evening about six oclock when it became known that Mr Jack Freeman had died at his horns on West Main street His death which was due to apoplexy came suddenly and without warning he being seen as late as five oclock on 11flyfivemost energetic business men He had been during his life engaged in vari ous pursuits but at the time of his death conducted a flourishing coal business having his yard and office on Aspen Avenue Mr Freeman was a gentleman of the truest type kindhearted and seuerouff and greatly ad mired by a large circle of friends Al though quiet and unassuming he was staunch and true as steel About twelve years ago Mr Freeman married Miss Mary Rowland who survives A brother Mr David Freeman this city and sister Mrs Fannie Hawes of New York are left to mourn his loss His Funeral services were held Thursday at the residence and were conducted by Rev W H Dodge after which his remains were laid to rest in the Rich mond cemetery beside those of his sis ter tIM Anne who preceded him a year or two The CLIMAX extends very tender sympathy to the bereaved fam ily Jack Freeman was always and at all times our friend and we are indeed ead over his untimely end Polite Sale I will offer for sale publicly at my place two miles north of KirkaviHe at 10 oclock B m on Monday December pal3yearold2 good mares 2 good milch cows 2 Januaryhead 5 shoats 1 sow and pigs 6 stacks of tim othy and clover hay 20 or 30 barrels ot corn and household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale M G LAMB Ky16d2tfrof Oatk Annooaces In this issue of The Democrat will be found the official and authorized announcement of Prof J D Clark one of Fayettes best known educators as a candidate for the nomination for Superintendent of County Schools subject to the action of the Djmocrate party It is almost needless to say that Prof Clark it both nn educator engagedinqualifiedsponsible position Upon the resign thelattersucceedhimuously attended to the wants and needs of the county schools He will be sure to receive a cordial and liberal support from the voters in Fayette crinnty in this lace Lexington Demo crat JOES line of Fancy Candies is superb Also all kinds of Fruits Game in eason and everything good to eat 4+ +++++++44++ +44++ ++++ + i RANDOM RIPPLES i + +i +++ RON JOE MARTN whose eloquent Philippics were of late in great demand has quit the rostrum and retired to winter quarters Now that the melancholy has really come he may possibly regale the boys with a recital of some trumpinAs an expositor of the Scripture especially that which originalMrExploits of Sampson HALF a score or more of most excellent gentlemen are offering their services as chief of police for the city under the administration to be Each applicant proposes to fur nish his own ordnance heavy and otherwise tnd prompted solely by a genuine philanthropy generously offers himself a willing sacrifice on the altar of public welfare developingintorecent exploits in the rural He is said to have made some splendidsnap shots securing both pelts and feathers As yet he dont bring them down at every shot but usually gets so close to their anatomy that they either throw up the white flag or else leave the field in hot haste most generally in hot hasteILew Brad leys hung his nets to dry And staked his poles again Hes pulled his sUcker and gum boots And gone into his den But when the blue bird gins to sing The lark to soar on high Front out his den hell come again And fisti bbme more or die comingspringw T Stringer the artistic painter and paper hanger of this place will establish a poultry plant in West Clay City He negotiatingwithroostersA ANDERSON not Toddy but Jack the restaur ateur who giveth bread to them with an aching void It and earnestlydespisethcorn wasbornthedifferencethis marvelous milkereJUDGE W TOM ADAMS the jolliest man in town and hostelrythe ouItCreek worldrenowned for cultivation of a most superior article of the weed In aroma and flavor it excels the nothingbutcourse but only for solace of the Judge and his friends when the fitful fiend of care tugs fiercely at the latchstring EdwardHighley preparingmischievous little muse that always haunts my leisure hours followingWhen yellow tints the pumpkins pelt And morn hath touch of rime Charles Edward packs his summer doug And seeks a sunnier clime He longs to see sweet Polly AnD Fair Peggy and Louise And have with them a gay old time Neath fair and tropic skies Clay City girls dont fret nor pine Nor dote on other men For long before the roses fall Your Charles will come again The ripple in your rhythmic voice The sparkle in your eyes JWill lure him back to oldKuintuck Frofltanycifme or skIes There are no lasses half so sweet Nor fair to him no never And Charley still will be your Charles Forever and forever foregoinpatheticof Auld Lang Syne Let the congregation sing springIIansi types of humanity and inhumanity from magistrates to mayors He well maintains a practice long established and evinces a disposition to stick to the bar as long as he can raise a sticker With the wag and withsmall folk of the town his aphorisms are as current as SwanDay Cos bronze money and even the elite and the pawnshop sort meet his Juugeisone occasion to face a Cannon at the bar JOHN BERGER chief machinist with the firm ofH G Berger Son is the fortunate possessorof aprecious stone which for brilliancy and ben 1ty would suffer nothing y comparison with the proudest jewel that flashes from the crown of Englands reigning monarch It is agem of purest ray serene which the dark unfathomed caves ofocean never bore but which John himself bears with all the grace and dignity of a Standard Oil Magnate It must be looked at through smoked glass or else the dazzling brilliancy of the stone will produce such violent vibration of the optic nerve as to cause instant and perpetual blindness The clock upon the mantletree Points X upon its face So Imust lay aside my pen And seek a resting place A little tot with flaxen locks And orbs like diamonds bright Hath said an hour ago or more Doodnight Papa doodnight To those who read these random rhymes So soon to pass from sialit And like the writer be forgot Ill say to them goodnight May blissful dreams your slumber fill Andvisions fair and blight And ever come when day is done Go blessed sweet goodnight DURRETT WHITE Clay City Ky Dee 1903 e 0 t iJ t Go to Willgingss and see his beautiful line of Christmas pictures For Kest Six room residence and blacksmith shop on Barnes Mill pike 5 miles from Richmond Mrd Lucretia Cotton dec62t Notice The L A railroad will soon be in a position to luVnish bioken stoim and screenings from fine quality limestone In car load lots for turnpikes drive ways and walks For prices rat on or address A C HONE Gen Man Versailles Ky 16dtf THE THIEF OF TIME s procrastination This 5s the jewelry buying season and if you put off 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 Notice to Creditors AH parties having claims against the estate of Charles Eads deceased are requisied to present same propery verified on or before Januarv 20 1904 or same will be barred 16d4t J W HISLE Admr Santa Cam Headquarters In other words The Racket Store Messrs Suit Braiton inform us that their line ol holiday goods was nevermore complete All kinds of toys for girls situ hoys beautiful line of lamps China and glassware all kinds of fine granite and tin goods for the kitchen handsome chamber sets a full line ol novelties medallions statuary every thing Christmas shoppera must be sure to nail at lhn Racket Store on Multi street for there is where they can find what they are looking for A Superb Stock Those of our readers who admire pretty ihiiiLHnlionl1 call at L E Lanes jewelry store and feast their eyes Mr lane at all times carries a most superb stock lint now he bias his holiday goods and lila store presents a beanti fob appearance Ills line of silverware Is complete cutRla a too in prolusion and diamond of the first water Then he alo has a nice linn of docks watches mirrors combs and brushes in fauSt anything and everything that can be found in a firstclass jewelry store Call at L E lanes ancf see all these prettv things whether you buy or not It will do you good It Worlds Fair March J 904 Mr John C Weber director of web ers MiliiaryBand of Cincinnati known as the Prize Baud of America has composed the St Louis Worlds Fair March 1904 and dedicated it to the LouiBanaPurclmseExposItion It will be distributed through the psssengerde Dartment of the B O S W R R Worlds Fair Route at 10 cents per copyThe music is in sheet form arranged fur the piana being very handsomely goten up very highly illustrated Jtiile cover Mr John C Weber is not only a great musical Director But he has written sme very catchy and popular marches The St Louis Worlds Fair March is the latest success and will add further to his fame Mr Weber and his preatorgatiization of artists has twice defeated all comers in national contests at Elks Reunions Trie hjUestftriumnh was at Baltimore MiITon the 2Ut of last July whin in a notable contest composed of Leading bands of America won the first prize of 100000 It is confidently expected that Mr Webers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air during the text year and every household should should have a copy of this music Send lu cnnts in silver to thin umier signed and a copv of the Worlds Fair Match will be mailed to your ml dregs Mark enTelopeWorIds Fair March Mention this paper when ordering O P McCarty General Pastenger Agent Ohio RARE is seen in our collection of things for wear during the coming season From all places where fiue Diamonds Jewelry Watches Etc are procurable we have obtained soini thing to delight the eye please tin taste and satisfy the judgment When these charming thingq are seen it will not be necessary for us to ex plain their merit or ask for praise Tin precious stones the articles of gold and silver the various nov ltien demand atteition and it will be unerudingly given Optician and Jeweler Main Si Richmond Ky t Armers old gland ly 1Every man woman and child knows JOE He is Richmonds firstclass Confectioner and Restauranter fine goodHotXmas is coming and what would be nicer Joe Giunchigliafli BaroswItnCinciinatl BEAUTY TIA Robinson to send to a friend than a fancy Oi01 eaT ford basket of beautiful Fruit in one of our dainty baskets Re member that at JOES can be foundeverything good to eat I i J- ISI Ia m LADIES FANCY White Handkerchiefs Ladies hemstitched Each atCopen work pattern 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs t inch hemstitched border embroidery each corner at Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allrrmndjvith i in val lace 1 Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkerchiefs i inch embroidered hemstitched jL ImportedSwiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidered in novelty designs at Fine quality Swiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace very effective at Ladies pnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at lOc lOc 15c 15c Gents Handkerchiefs and Gents plain white Handkerchiefs Gents high grade well finished Cambric Handkerchiefs 1 inch hemstitched border In Persian figures and Oriental designs lOc each Used almost exclu absolutelylastGENTS SILK FINISHED HANDKEROHIEFSExcelda is a new fabric which retains the lustre after washing Ij inch hem Persian figures in each corner at 25c GENTS CASSIMEB MUFFLERSExtra heavy imported Cassimere Wool Mufflers full size larg assortment of colored plaids at 25c Large assortment Silk and Wool Mufflers at 49u each solidbrassbleached center figured lu white damask designs handsome border of bold floral designs in white and colors can boused as an ornamental scarf at 25c each Extra fine quality pure Linen Towels full bleached m VAn in a new range of large flowers two rows of hemstitching at bottom at 49c I Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets IApurchase from you is all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best way tit buy all kinds of merchandise is from I OWEN McKEE I ICot Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY ir I J For Rest Two nice office rooms on Slain ntnet Apply to Doimlrs Culon 21octf No 20 New Connecticut Food Chop per SI at the Racket Store For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture fGur pieces Cost 100 Will Rt II for 100 Too large for bed room in my home Oan be seen at Silver Creek Phone No1 long ring or five 10T 7 aGATESHeat your bedroom with a Gas Kunge Sold by Richmond Water Light Co A full line of fine candies includ ing Lownpys chocolates and bonbons at Fiaza B- rosPublic h Sole By virtue of Judgment and Order of the M dison County Court in this matter of Socrates Maupins assignee the undersigned will on Thursday Dec 3103 expose for sale the entir tract of land formerley owned by Socrates Maupiu in area 125 Acres nil1Ii11in one half mile from Kingston Ky and six miles front Kichmond KyI convenient to the postoflice churches schools and to thu L 65N R R It is mngnifirent land under good improve ment has a house and outbuildings on it is well fenced aunt well watered It is the most dpsirabln piece of property exposed for sale in thitmmnty for many years It will be sold on th above named I8C n the premise at 10 a m TERMS This land will he Hold upon a credit of six and twelve months the purchaser to execute one bond for half nionthisfromremaining hull of sale price payable in twelve month from lats of sale thesaid bonds to bear interest at time rate of six per cent until paid ami thin pur thebondsto secure their pavm nt State M Trust Co Assignee of Socrates Manpin For Sale One 3 yearoia satiate and harness mare Will take corn and hay 7tf G W GATES Stops tho Cough and Works off tho Laxative Bromo Cord Quinine TrKets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape again 2il4t 25c25c Mufflers One Hundred Dollars a Box is the value H A Tisdale Summerton S C places on Dewitts Witch Haael Salve Hesiys Iliad the piles i Q 20 years I tried many doctors and DeWittshtpinctiseptics nnd emollients relieves fdinlfichinJbruises eczema salt rheum md all WluesI Cold Wave ComingAnd on account of the coal strike the price of wood is up and coal is higher tban ever known We have not advanced on the price of GAS Gas is the cheapest fuel Ifyou are contemplating the heat question call and see us Richmond Water and Light Co Great Values in Fall MerchanidseI New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthdnexaggeratedthatI WHITE GOODSI- twill afford great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cottonestinps nnrl Sinrinnc nt tVa Txn r hwmtcollectionand other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Pall MillineryWe out are of showing the a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies ancli Children in inlElttbeaveri HOSIERY lisletliieadandkind in the mai ktt We do not handle 1nerior grades ataU store is the btt of the Clothing and Shoe Department s Dont fail to inspect this department i as they ave brim full ofonly ask fut bargains vIn ness to youi self to IvIens compare prICes You will find we have the sratt t l Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices Respectfully SubmHted fttothe rL t TradeEV ElderO = j o F rii i LE T ORNice Neckwear A Nice Pair of Gloves A Nice Pair of Shoes J A Nice Dress Suit Case b A Nice Umbrella J IANiceHat of Sox I CALL AT CRUTCHER TRIBBLES Main Street Richmond Kentucky Any of the above articles will make a nice at Xmas Present iClimax I Pn ld n Editor Uanatr- n iDAY DEC 23 4903 t TBLIDHKIIKVCKV WCDNIHUAY ntClimax Co daIneorpornted PAINT LfCRde A Anderson is very much ight of his friends ridireour new postmaster of the office lust week Harris mid wife are happy i viu of handsome son er Parrish is visiting his x W Parrish at this place Bnrnside has gone to Col his fortune Success to e rKcH is enjeyinjr a Uizabeth Embry in Rich be quite a number of Tgt of the year Mr vo rvto the Nicholls erk for Mr R L Jen t Estridge will move dIinue an soon lost cFCarmuig led visit tc turned to They lYrter I the r vied to jj De ne to the I I Lexingi ii ill spend the t Mr Charles OK State College 0jhiistmaserd ot Irvine who tgiemans farm near isrnoved Mrs Engle- tba t this place where fihe 1 firstclass private board j r- JJm Wallace who is almost IJ6years old ban Iwen serious I ut under the skillful treatment yIpin jjCiFBroyieiCuiit 4i1 j J ir i t5t1aft i ea1 if GIFT We are adding daily to our immense stock Dont fail to come and iisee the new things IT You can easily find suit able presents among such a vist collection r Come early and avoid to theilush b f t y tii CJiBrawertCo 1 MAIS AD BROADWAY LRXTHRTOK XY Jft1 jt T2 Lines in Loving Memory ol Ala SUren- Minpin Weird and solemn always sounds the p5ils of a funeral bell tolling out its w ru8hingdrIthi1ibore into the mygterios of the dark great un known another soul hasbeen called judirtnehtfeat tim feei pfaftender GodilnotherIyet the vast mnltitnApTJitops arrled and aghast at the a uJlJsnd iiness and gloom of death drops a tear andsi ord ot sympathy and moves on regardless of tile pulse thats stilled Today in thtefar off etran jrers land my heart reverberates liedulllid as I picture th6 scene portrayed tome in letters fronvjhotne loved ones bearing the eadJtidings of the frly and sudden akiutwy ofour Ijyed ion brother andnephew Alex Stivers aupiti A iat thinking of him lioe goneflost revtrpof past years hajpier i days there drifts through IIi open window the perfumes thlsbflautifut springlike day t hen ray steal in and arourd in a harcof tglory mellow aid bright weaving Jor me a picture sad sweet touching arid pathetic but dear in all fO ty troublefbeart and one I like to d well upon me on and on far beyond the tears and terrors of eath beond the convulsive weeping pl e irthi friends to the beautiful land of reStwhere there resounds the re jolcjrtrof angels around the throne of Gaud the joyful union of our boy wit the many loved ones gone before laid who awaited his coming at the waters edge One more link from our tamily chain has grown weary of lifes battle and dropped to rest but in heaven three gleams forth the glory of another crown beckoning us thence Eart is sadder but heaven is nearer dearer and more fair How foreign today seems my real existence f ho r the ices ahri Qfllj1 who surround me for 4 at ih yoj all In thought at hotre with you in your great sorrow shedding tear for tear and iningline my heart throbs with your own though divided by vast broad lands Isee the hearse with its dark and heavy hangings wind its way slowly and solemnly to the city of the dead past homes and haunts that had know him from childhood but would know him no more forever The tall clustering trees then greet our view as we turn from the walks of mop into the solemn pre cincts ot those that sleep there thc- awning sepulcher awaiting all that is ortal of our cherished and early dead surrounded by weeping relatives and friends the hushed silence the wav ng branches and walling winds and he deep toned voice of Gods repre sentative as he pays the last sad rites sympahie jewel is lowered by strong hands nto the narrow cell the earth goes back to its place leaving ot Alex only a memory and a name Many a lowing hand drops a wreath a flower or cross upon that uew made mound Hows tIns We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not CureFO FJalltJusinellSable to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrugjristsToledo OhioHallVInter- nally acting directly upon the blood and mncoB surfaces of the system rbottleHalls Family Pills are the best 1m a f tl1 I I roseIa so sadly dear but one by one we left him and he slept beneath the stars Your letter lies before me friend of mine I know 70ur grief griere with you and j feel My weakkeu as I neek to pen Ihe linetWherein the larger truth shall Tonight I watch the twilight shadows play They weare a snbtile spell shout the place And then I us where all Is dim and gray A picture that surround lo iiveya to me Far nave writ anti as it end iojkawsscro8II lifes crimson sea Ana chords of anguish bind me to my friends Jliere are no dead they sleep whom we call I dead Theyve cut aside thilr robes of clay and rest Kent till the glory light of dawn is shed Round them to waken them at Bis behest All tears are vain beloved know that He Who took our dear one from us left a trace Of Heavens glory with wiIt I see Engraved in smiles upon the cold dead faceiThe angels of Jehovah from above Are ever watching over them nor weep For those wh in the summer land of love Areretting His beloved have their sleep AUNT IDA Sherman Texas DEATHS FREEMAN Ourcommunity was great ly shocked on last Tuesday evening about six oclock when it became known that Mr Jack Freeman had died at his home on West Main street His death which was due to apoplexy came suddenly and without warninJ he being seen as late as five oclock on the street Deceased was abAut fifty five years old and one of Ri hmond most energetic business men He had been during his life engaged in vari ous pursuits but at the time of his death conducted a flourishing coal business having his yard and officu on Aspen Avenue Mr Freeman sagentleman of the truest type kind adImiredthough quiet and unassuming hi was btaonoii and true steel Aboud tv e years ago Mr Freeman married SHss Mary Rowland who survives A brother Mr David Freeman this city and sister Mrs Fannie Hawes of New York are left to murn his loss His Funeral services were held Thursday at the residence and were conducted by Rev W II Dodge after which his remains were laid to test in the Rich mond cemftery beside those of Ins sis ter Miss Anne who preceded him a year or two The CLIMAX extends very tender sympathy to the bereaved fam- Ily Jack Freeman was always and at all times our friend and wo are indeed sad over his untimely end Public bale I will offer for sale publicly at my place two miles north of KirksviMe at10 oclock a m on Monday December pairayearold2 good mares 2 good much cows 2 5hea1shoats 1 sow and pigs 6 stacks of tim othy and clover hay 20 or 30 barrels ot corn and household and kitchen fun ture Terms made known on day of sale M G LAMB Ky16d2tFret Oak Announces willbeannouncement of Prof J D Clark one of Fayettes best known educators oi8uperintendentsubject to the action of the Democratic athat anti a Democrat He hai been engaged 1rfledsponsible position Upon the resigna thelattersucceedblmuously attended to the wantsand needs of the county schools He will be sure to receive a cordial and liberal support from the voters in Fayette county in this tace Lexington Demo Crftt JOES line of Fancy Candies is superb Also all kinds of fine Fruits Game in season and good to eat ++e++ +4+ +++ t++ ++ ++++ ++ ++ 4 ++++ + ++ IRJINDOM RIPPLES i ++4+ + t++++t++++ +++ ++++ 4 +4 +HON JOE MART IN whose eloquent Philippics were of late iigreat demand has quit the rostrum and retired to winter quarters Now that the melancholy has really come he may possibly regale the boys with a recital of some trumpinAs an expositor of the Scripture especially that which relates to the miraculous he isboth unique and original Mr Martin is preparing for the press a work entitled The Exploits of SampsonadHALF ascore or more of most excellent gentlemen are offering their services as chief of police for the city under the administration to be Each applicant proposes to fur nish his own ordnance heavy and otherwise rnd prompted solely by a genuine philanthropy generously offers himself a willing sacrifice on the altar of public welfare J W HENRY the photographer is rapidly developing into a Nimrod of no small notoriety as demonstrated by his recent exploits in the rural He is said to have nfade some feathersAsgets so close to their anatomy that they either throw up the white flag or else leave the field in hot haste most generally in hot haste Lew Bradleys hung his nets to dryreAnd staked bis poles again Hes pulled his slicker and gum boots IAndgone into his den liut when the blue bird gins to sing bigIagain And ilsh some more ordieMcomingspringW T Stringer the artistic painter and paper hanger of this place will establisha poultry plant in West Clay Oity He negotiatingwithroosters 1IA J ANDERSON not Toddy but Jack the restaur andlemonadely solicits the address of the gentlemen who sold him thecow with tile crumpled horn that scorueth hay and despiseth corn jiweakU T W wIthtileoftl1Sandthethe Red River Hotel is the proud recipient of a large con onItsuperiorarticlenothingbutcourse but only for solace of the Judge and his friends when the fitful fiend of care tugs fiercely at the latchstring EdwardHighley prep1lingmischievous little muse that always haunts my leisure hours followingWhen yellow tints the pumpkins pelt And morn hath touch of rime Charles Edward packs his summer duds And seeks a sunnier clime He longs to see sweet Polly Ann FairPeggy and Louise And have with them a gay old time Neath fair and tropic skies ClayCity girls dont fret nor piniNor dote on other teen For long before the roses fall Your Charles will come again The ripple in your rhythmic voice The sparkle in your eyes Will lure him back to old Kaintuck From any clime or skies There are no lasses half so swt t iAudForerandforeer f FrI foregoingpathgtiof Auld btngSyne Let the congregation sing HAVINGsniffed the posies of some seventy spring theClayand types of humanity and inhumanity from magistrates to mayors He well maintains a practice long established and evinces a disposition to stick to the bar as long as he can raise a sticker With the wag and with small folk of the town his aphorisms are as current as SwanDay Cos bronze hisfrequentis fearless to a fault and has even been known on more than one occasion to face a Cannon at the bar x GBergerycomparisonpurestrayanddignitythrough smoked glass or else the dazzling brilliancy of the stone will produce such violent vibration of the optic nerve as to cause instant and perpetual blindness The clock upon the mantletree Points X upon its face So I must lay aside my pen And seek a resting place A little tot with flaxen locks And orbs like diamonds bright Hath said an hour ago or more vUoodnight Papa doodniubt To those who read these random rhymes So soon to pass from sitrlit And like the writer be forgot Ill say to them goodnight May blissful dreams your umbedlll And visions fair and bight And ever come when day Is done Gods blessed sweet goodnight DURRETT WHITE Clay City Ky Dec 1003 Joe Giunchkiiani t I i t Go to WiH ingss and see his beautiful line of Christmas pictures For Rent Six room residence and blacksmith shop on Barnes Mill pike 54 miles from Richmond Mrs Lucretia Cotton d cI6 2t Notice The It A railroad will soon be in a position to furnish bmken stOUt and screenings from tine quality limestone in car load lOlli lor turnpikes drive ays and walks For prices rail on or dress A G HONE Y Gen Man Versailles Ky IGdtf f THE THIEF OF TIME Is procrastination This is the jewelry buying season and if youput off your sh opping too long youl find socks thinner and crowds larger Drop in now and look our stock over at your leisure We have a beautiful stock for holiday selection and tile prices are as pleasing as the goods are desirable 2d4t L E LANE Notice to Creditors Ail parties having claims against the tate of Charles Ends decejised are- qutsted to present same properly verified on or before JauuarV 20 1904 or same will be barred 16d4t J W HISLE Admr Santa dini Headquarters In other words The Racket Store essrs Suit Hraton inform us that their line holiday goods was nevermore complete All kinds of toys for girlnand boys beautiful line of lamps China ttiid glassware all kinds of line granite and tin goods for the kitchen handsome chamber nets a full line of novelties medallions statuary every thing Christmas shoppers must he- rotu to call at The Racket Store on Main street for there is where they ran find what they are looking for A Superb Stock Titus of our readers who admire pretty ihingRghould call at L E Lanes wlry store and feast their eyes Mr ane at all times carries a most superb tock hut now he has his holiday goods and lila store presents a beanti ful appearance His line of silverware is complete cutcla a too in profusion and diamond of the first water Then he alxo has a nice line of clocks watches mirrors combs and brushes in fart anything and everything that can be found in a firstclatis jewelry store Call at L R lanes and see all these pretty things whether you buy or not It will do yon good It Worlds Fair March 1904 Mr John C Weber director of web erVMilitarylBmid of Cincinnati known s the Prize Rand of America has composed the St Louis Worlds Fair March 1004 and dedicated it to the lMiimiia Purchase Exposition It will be distributed through the paseengerde4 uartuieut of the B O S W R R Worlds Fair Itoute at 10 cents per copy The inuic is in sheet form arranged fr the piana being very handsomely goiten up very highly illustrated Jtiile cover Mr John V Weber is not only a great musical Director But he lisa written a imo very catchy and popular marches The St Louis Woilds Fair March is the latest success and will udd further to his fame Mr Weber and his great organization f artists has twice defeated all coines ll national contests at Elks Reunions Tne latest triumph was at Baltimore Md on the 21st of last July when in a notable contest composed of Leading bands of America won the first prize ff 100000 It is confidently expected that Mr Webers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air during the next year and every household should sliould have a copy of this music Send lu cents in silver to the under signed and a copy of the Worlds Fair March will be mailed to your uddrecs Marl envelope Worlds Fair March Mention this paper when ordering O P McCarty General Passenger Ascent BOMWLRtincilinati Ohio RARE BEAUTY is seen in our collection of things for wear during the coinlni seisoii From all places where fine Diamonds Jewelry Watches Etc are procurable we have obtained saRi thing to delight the eye please tilt taste and satisfy th judgment When these charming things are seen it will not be necessary for us to ex plain their merit or ask for praise Tin precious stones the articles of gold and sliver the various novelties demand atteition and it will be ungrudingly GIen T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old stand SOji ly I Every manrwoman and child knOVTs JOE He is Richmonds firstclass Confectioner and Restauranter I everything JOES is the place where one can get a good Hot Lunch or a Banquet fit for a king Xmas is coming and what would be nicer to send to a friend than a fancy 1oSt a ea Iabasket of beautiful FruitJnone oEour dainty baskets Re member that at JOES can be foupd everything good to eatc jf I I a 0J1I J n i i LADIES FANCY White Handkerchiefs Ladies hemstitched handkerchiefs open work pattern at 5c 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs inch hemstitched border embroidery in each corner at Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with i in vallace Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkerchiefs i inch embroidered hemstitched Imported Swiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidered in novelty designs at Fine quality Swiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace very effective at Ladies pnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at lOc JOe 25c l5c Gents Handkerchiefsand Gents plain white Handkerchiefs Gents high grade well finished Cambric Handkerchiefs inch hemstitched horsier III Persian figures al d Oriental designs lOc each Ued almost pxclu sively for pillow tops sweeping caps Komonas and dressing sucks very effective and absolutely fast colors GENTS SILK FINISHED HANDKERCHIEFS Excelda This is a new fabric which retains the lustre after washing 11 inch hem Persian figures in each corner at 25c GENTS CASSIMER MUFFLERS Extra heavy imported Cassjmere Wool Mufflers full size larg assortment of colored plaids at 25c Large assortment Silk and Wool Mufflers at 40u each LADIES WHITE APRONS from 25 to 99c TOILET MIRRORS French bevel plate glass solid brass carved frame at S149 TOWELS at 5 and lOc each Extra heavy linen Towels full bleached center figured iu white damask designs handsome border of bold designs in white and colors can bt used as an ornamental scarf at 25c each Extra fine quality pure Linen Towels full bleached woven in a new range of large flowers two rows of hemstitching at bottom at 49c t Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets fA purchase from you i all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best way to buy all kinds of merchandise is from rI U 1 OWEN McKEE I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY For Rent Two nice office rooms on Main street Apply to Donislrs Cotton 21octl No 20 New Connecticut Food Chopper SI at the Racket Store For Sale One suite of heavy walnut furniture four pieces Cost 400 Will s fl for SKX Too large for bed room in my home Oan be seen at Silver Creek Phoue No1 long ring or five 18T 7 tf GY GATES Heat your bedroom with a Gas Ritngrt Sold by Uichinond Water Light Co A full line of fine candies includ ing Lnwneys chocolates and bonbons at Fraza Br- osPllbIiC Solo By virtue of a Judgment and Order of the Madison County Court in tilt assigneethe Thursday Dec 3 JQ3 expose for sale the entire tract of land Maupinin125 Acresmore or less This laud lies on the Big ForkinKycozivetiletitschools and to this L N R R It is magnificent land under good jmprove nient has a IIOIIKO and outbuildings on Itismanyyearsnamed av on the premiser ai 10 a III uponapurchaser to execute otis bund for half monthsfromremaining half of sale price pavahle in twelve monthf front date of sale thesaid bonds to hear inters at the rate of six per cent until pnid ami this pur thehandsto secure their payment Slate M Si Trust Co Assignee of Socrates Maupin IforSale One 33 yearold gaddle and harness mare Will take corn and hay 7tf G W GATES S Stops tho Cough and Works off tho Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine Tracts cure a cold in one dav No cure no pay Price 25 cents When your watch balks take it to L E Lane He will put it in shape again2l4t J Each J5c25c Mufflers One Hundred Dollars a Box is the value H A Tisdale Summertir IiaiSalve20 rears I tried many doctors mil medicine but all failed except J CUrojIe e and permanently cures blind bleedhj Iud protuding sores rut nllIskin a Cold Wave Coming isupIfyouRichmond Water and Light Co Great Values in Pall MerchanidseJ New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Alloverstore immense stocks ot seasonable our than oefore merchandisegreater and better selected stocksever are now saleon fall want you to come in andexamine thelines to forsee yourself that what tellwe about themyou is notthat the exaggeratedvalues offerwe in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODSIt willafford you great pleasure to see the beautifulVestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter assortmpnt or Cotton collection of Scotch We are an elgantVestings white and all colors also Fleeceliuedand other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Piques Our Pall MillineryWe are showing beautiful line of FALL HATSstyles out the ordinary The most for Ladies hUCI Chi1dzn in beavet and fur trimmed and untrimmed See assortment in the city 1u1 fdtthem p Ices rjght 4 HOSERYEvery style oj and lislethreaUandthekindClothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to this WeonlyusktherightShl1esatI Our basemeqt is full of Carpets and OiL Cloths at the right pricesr Respectfully Submitted to the Cash Trad 1 e Li piles 1m in E V Elder f 1 Our Line of Vehicles is complete in detailevery We are now offering springIand Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call 1 e1aTT DoT s 4 KY I 1RleHJJJOND I Frasa Bros MAIN STREET jPHONE 16- 5FRESH i I Groceries t AGENTS FOR il I Boqifet Flour 1 Lakeside Peas at I 20c a Can J The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 23 1903 Monday was the shortest day in the year Stable for rent Apply to 10d2t MRS A C BUCHANAN Christmas shopping is in full force this week Something especially good The Land 0 Cotton 1Fraza Brothers procerv headquar ters ot Christmas goods Bait your hook for Christmas and then fish in Lanes Jewelry Store 2d4t When you want good flour get Bouquet flowPrFor sale by Frasa Bros Art appeals to the finer taste of man Our store is an art gallery Phil Willging The Ceciliau Club will meet with Mis Laura Bright this afternoon at 230 Willgings line ot pictures is superb He has all kinds and all prices Rev G W Young of Georgetown conducted a nnion temperance service at the First Presbyterian church last Sunday right The Land 0 Cotton will be the attraction at the Grand Friday De cember 5 afternoon and night Be sure to eke it iolfo Willgiivgs and buy some pretty pictured They are suitable for gifts at Ii are an adornment to any homeThem is nothing that tickles the palate like a good cup of coffee Faust cniTpp makes that kind of beverage For sale bv Frasa Bros Our line of pictures and picture frames was neVAr so complete We have ail unusually large Btock of such things or Christmas Come and see them hey are superbPhil i Willging ConCig to the Grand Opera House for matnee and night on Christmas playlselected company among whom are Frank K Wallace Sr Spencer Walker J 0 Champion Thos J Langdon Frank K Wallace Jr Edward Riley Walter A very Fred P Farnham JaR elton Frank Arden Miss Lucille Whitedlilfe Miss Erma Wallace MiMe Ethel Junker Miss M Hurlburt Miss Ruth Iliirlmnan little Margaret Ryan and the sweet sinners The Land 0 Cotton quartette The Land 0 Cot tun is a ecntiic pastoral melodrama in five acts introducing realistic scenes showinn how cotton was ginned spun rardp atul woven in olden times SefialtleH are Introduced throughout the play giving all who attend an eve- ing of pure enjoyment Regular prices will prevail e 3 cx11cQ willQeprobably be services at the Methodist church The pastor expects to make arrangements that effect Because he was In the clntcnes ol poverty and at Christmas time too Roscoe Derby a machinest of Cleve land Ohio killed his wife his three children and then himself The Elks Christmas tree which will be Riven at the court house Friday morning at ten oclock promises to eclipse anything of its kind ever at tempted In the city The tree is an immense one and will be laden with present for the deserving poor of the town as well as gifts for others as the Elks are allowed to put presents on for any friends or member of their families For Rent Large front room on first floor Dr Bales residence on Main street Apply to Miss Florence Hood BeattyvIIIe Coal Company D R Freeman has taken charge of the BeaUyville Coal Co and desires to inform his friends that he will keep 00 hand the best Jellico ard Kentucky coal also hay and corn He solicits your patronage Phone 184 dec23 4t Cutting Outfit For Sale Eight horsepower gasoline engine large cutter mid belting all complete and in good running order Apply to D S Harber Richmond Ky W N Wheeler dec232mo Red House Ky Elected At a call meeting of the new Council the following city officers were elected City Clerk Mr A CWells City Collector Mr Tim ONeil City Treas urer R E Turley Policeman Messrs Will Manpin Jesse Dykes and Claude berore Cheif of Fire Department Mr C S powell and overseer of encine house General Nelson Street Commissioner Martin Gentrv Into the Hands of a Receiver A majority of the creditors of the firm of C Rosens tein Co met at the Hotel Glyndon this city Friday when the above firm turned their stock of clothing and gents furnishing goods over to Attorney D M Chenault a special receiver agreed on by the cred- Itors Rosenstein Co conduct a sim- Ilar business in Danville and have con sented to the appointment of a receiver to settle their business at that point Large Shipment of Fowls One day last week Mr J H Nefl shipped one car load lof dressed tur keys one car of Reese and Qneof chick- enS This was thelargest shipment of the kind ever made on one day from Richmond Gott Brothers have also sent out a car load of poultry and e and have a similar shipment for this weelr It is stated that chickens eggs turkeys and geese bring more money into Madison than our fat cattle A Vote ot Thanks During the recent term of Circuit Court there were 118 indictments re turned bv the Grand Jury It was a busy session indeed for both judge and jury Just before adjournment a motion WitS Imade by the members of the Grand Jury to the effect that a vote of thanks be tendered Mr N B Deatherage foreman of the jury for his fair and impartial treatment to all witnesses and a compliment also be paid him for his splendid and efficient services rendered Public Sales At the sale of Mr J L Powell last week cows brought from S20 to 30 horses and mules 40 to 60C M Clay stock of sheep averaged 875 per head corn 1 per barrel 250 in crib baled hay 12 per ton in barn At the Hnguely and French sale on Thursday everything offered for sale brought fair prices Small shoals 3 per hundred cows 20 to 30 eight yearling mules 85 to S108 air wean ling mules 125 plug horses 10 to SSO Farming implements sold well The Miller sale on Wednesday was well attended Household and kitchen furniture brought satisfactory prices Cows 19 to 30 horses 3U to 100 one pair horse mules brought 22G weanling mules 75 brood mares 40 to80 Ij r J ti December is the last month t in the year It is also my last j- 1Ji month in the glocery business JFor the next three weeks I ibeat the same old stand onJMain street where can be found fIeerythmg in Gr erlesfancJall J- J Christmas Fruits and Candies f- J In fact everything to be found J in a firstclass grocery I will J- J he pleased to have my many e fI friends continue with me for the jf 4remaining three weeks as they have ulwavs donein the past and JC Jthe new film alsot Ie E Qeatherage Co c c i 0i- I J I ii 9 Here is the best place for all kinds of Footwear 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 Leath Boots Rubber Boots Felt Boots1Bootees Lace Boots High Top Shoestand Heav Shoes ofevery style and kind for both men and boys at prices that posi tively save you money nine of the HolidaysI Tonight at seven oclock there will he a childrens entertainment at the Metl o list church entitled King of The Hoidays lhere will also be a gift service in remembrance of thn children Every body is most cur dially invited ts h present The Way They tedIIn a letter received from Mre John MPrice of Atchison Kansas was en closed a draft for 150 for subscription to the CLIMAX Mrs Price added that the CLIMAX is like a letter from home Lr11tlnl us each week news from our Old Kentucky Home Such letters as the one referred to in the above causes us to feel very happy to know that our paper is received with so much pleasure by our numerous subscribers Tour of Old Mexico Via B O S W under personal es cort The American Tourist Associa tion Selected Clientele Limited All exclusive privileges independent travel Special Pullman Vestibulod Train Bagcage Drawing Room Compart ment Library and MUMC Room and the famous open top Observation Car Ohililitli Tickets including alleX penses everywhere Leaves January 26 1904 For information address O P McCarty O P A B O S W Cincinnati O About Over In last weeks issue of the Climax wo published a statement concerning the smallpox situation in onr city We are pleased to kpow that that notice was instrumental in ridding the minds of the country people of the ides that smallpox was rnginc here During the past week the town has been filled withehopperfa from every section of the county and now in this issue we wish to say that the disease is ajmost a thing of the past We are glad that ClIrist was trlldA is so brisk Our Streets for several days have presented quite a busy scene every body bent on buying Santa Claus Admitted to the Bar Miss Stella M Templeman has been granted license to practica law Under the new law Applicants for admittance to the Bar cannot be examined in their own district MIls Templeman aceor dingly went to Lancaster where she passed a most excellent examination beforeJudge f Saufley This will be gratifying news to the many friends of this deserving young woman Miss Templeman was educated at Madison Institute and during her school years was a very hard student receiving at nil timps the highest marks in all branches She is intelligent cultured and refined and the CLIMAX wishes her unbounded success in her chosen profession The Land 0 Cotton It IR always a pleasure to Ub able to chronicle the success ofa dramatic venture where such success Is attained by sheer merit alone and JtllOut the aid of unquestionable methods From all accounts The Land 0 Cotton thelatest effort from the pen of John Crittenden Webb IB proving one of the current seasons really meritorious dra matic productions It is a story of the South and the charm of the play lies not only in its sweet and wholesome story hutin Its descriptions of Southern life and its delineation of charac ter It Is serious in purpose whole some in influence entirely a beautiful and inspiring play with comedy awl pathos happily blended and with enough sensation of the proper sort to sustain interest It is claimed that Mr Webb has gotten away from the beaten path and in his treatment of the theme has not only given us a play of rare merit and real value but has served to introduce several characters entirely new to the stage The mounting is said to be unusually elaborate and costlyand the cast Inmost competent hands At Grand Opera House mat inee Wirfeht Christina Day- t Resigned f Mr A Burton Farris whoior sotne time past has been one ot the popular and polite salesmen with Covinuton and Hanks ling resigned his position to take effect the first of January While it is not known definitely what Mr Farris will do we understand that he will remain in Richmond which will be pleasant news to the many friends of tills popular gentleman The CII mnx wishes him abundant success in any thing he may undertake Elks Chrisinus Tree Friday morning at ten oclock the Elks Lodge of this city will have a Christmas tree at the Court House on which will be presents for the poor children if the town This is a most commendable action and one worthy of praise It will fill many a little heart with gladness and bringsmiles to many a earn worn face It is a beautiful way whoIrece t wo trust t tree will fairly groan under the weight of gifts for those who otherwise would hardly know the meaning of Clirisinae Le everybody aid tile Elks in this Christmas undertaking and not let them alone give but let us all remember the poor We are requested to add also that any member of the lodge who wishes to place on the tree a present for any member of his family or friend can do so by leaving same with Mr A Burton Paris The following musical program will berenderadwhich will add much to the occasion Silent NlgbtnQuartetwBecker- O Come All Ye F IiWul Quartette Novello My Country Tis of Theo By the Audience Mr Alex Denny will impersonate Santa Claus Han Trailers Several weeks ago we published a notice of a pair of very fine blood hounds which had been purchased by Messrs R W Colyerand E H Bvbee These dogs will he a valuable addition to the police force of this city and will be used from this on in tracking crim inalsImagine a horrible crime being com mitted and the criminals escaping and then when the murder burglary or whatever it nmy be is discovered think f a pair of fine blood hounds hot on the scent of the perpetrators of the is true that we have a paid police force and plenty of detective hut there have been circumstances when such dogs were absolutely necessary and these within the last few years and the inability to cope with cnminals at large was one of the principal reasons for the purchase of the hounds They are used extensively through out tiLe United States and in many cases they are kept for days at a time by the police force in tracking criminals who have escaped thom The dogs which havebeen purcbas ed by our fellow townsmen arrffrom the well known American kennels at Worster Ohio and are the finest bred dogs in the world They are knowb as the English man trailers They are bred and trained just for the purpose they will be used in this town and county The American kennels are under the direction of Mr T B Lecky who is a great dog fancier and who has bred some ol the finest hounds that have ever been loosed upon the track of a criminal He has made the character- Istic of the blood hound his study and lila labors have been well repaid They are strong and remarkably powerful and are possessed with the most wonderful endurance end te nacity Mr Lecky expects to come to this city and look after the hounds un til they become thoroughly ued to their new quarters He will give all the necessary instructions before leay ing and after that they will b under the speeil cure Ji11l1IIHtBII eHt of lrJalMe Brol4ao4- it c Ii Td ltUti t ii7 fr4 A JI Benjamin MAKERS Clothes Now for Your Christmas SUIT AND OVERCOAT v Christmas is just round the corner and it behooves every man to be on the jump for his new Suit and before the Holiday rush comes on Brand new styles heavysellinggoodWearingand see for yourself All prices to choose from 5678 10 15 18 Finerrwe v you want if you are hard to fit your size is here in our big stock COVINGION AN DDAUII OUR CLO7iING FITS I MATRIMONIAL ROSS llTIIlr Sam Ross and Miss Gillie mitb were married in the parlor of the Glyndon Hotel last Wednesday afternoon The ceremony was perlorm ed by Rev W H Dodge of the First church Both of the contracting parties are from the Kirksville locality A nice picture is a suitable Christmas gift You can find anything you want in this line at Willgings Valrable Edition Among the many valuable articles sold by the executors of the late Gen C M Clay was a beautiful edition of Audubnns Quadrupeds of North America It is in three volumes full morocco binding gilt edges and in perfect condition dated 1854 It was purchased by Mr R E Roberts who has since soul It at an advance price to Mr Robt K Burnam Mr Burnam is very proud of his possession as the work is both rare and valuable It also contains General Clays autograph flirileJ on the Train Passengers leaving this city last Thursday over the L A were guests at a novel wedding The contracting parties were Mr Bush Rice and Miss Mollifr niark and Mr Embry Parkand Miss Bessie Alexander all of the Speed well locality The ceremony was said by Rev B O Beck who had only a few minutes before been married to Miss Mary Lackey and was himself starting on his wedding trip The three newly married couples went to Louisville where they spent several days They were accompanied by Mr Sam Black and Miss Lena Alexander Christmas Music Tomorrow night at midnight there will ba special Christmas music at the Catholic church Rev Father Ryan will be present and a superb musical program will be rendered PROGRAM SllentNlghtBecker DueToAdette Novello Salve Marii Solo Miss Minnie Dykes Mercailaute Vent Creator Solo and Chorus Solo A O Scanlan Gloria Tantum Ergololo and ChorusEaure The following will be the choir Mr A C Scanlan tenor Miss Min nie Dykes soprano Mrs AC Scanlan alto and Mr Joe bass Mr W A Thomas will preside at the organ Complimented Just before Circuit Court adjourned last Friday p worthy compliment was paid to Mr Stanton H Thorpe the retiring Circuit Clerk by the members of the Richmond Car Mr Thorpe has filled his office in a most acceptable manner He will be succeeded by Mr Roy White The follswing tribute was paid to Mr Thorpe This being the last term of the Madison Circuit Court for which Stanton H Thorpe will act as Clerk of said Court we the members of the Itich mond Bar wish to hereby put on tile record of this Court our high apprecia tion of his faithful and efficient services during his term in office and of our of him as a most excellent and efficient Clerk and we all wish for him a prosperous and happy future GrantE Lilly W B Smith W R Shackelfonl 4 D M Chenault CtV Burnam J A Sullivan R Hjrooke R W Miller C HBreck vS Moberley StHphen D Parrish Henry C Hselwood W LetcheY Jr v J TeviR Cabb f JO CIM nutt i KU Collin A W- bIILt u t Itis like stepping into an art studio to enter Willgings comi the city Prices to suit all pocket books PERSONAL Judge J C Chenault was in Irvine Monday on business wnslinMr John Will West will go to Gerpetown today to remain until Mon dayMr Jake Parrish of Virginia isat the bedside of his mother Mrs S Parrish Rev J AV Crates and family will spend the holidays with relatives in New Castle Mr Theodore Wilson went to Lincoln county Monday with the view of purchasing a farm Mr George Johnstone formerly of thin city but now of Dossett Penn is here for the holidays Mr Harry Schlegel ol Brooklyn New York is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs L Schlegel Mr Owqn Golden who has been in Cincinnati studying pharmacy is at home for Christmas Miss Margaret Wilmore has gone to Dallas Texas where she will Spend the winter with relatives Mrs Loulie Davis of 0smpbellsvllle- was called here by the serious illness of her mother Mrs S Parrish Miss Thompson Taylor who teaches in the Lebanon High School is xpend ing the holidays with home folks Miss Judith Tudor and Mrs Sam Vaughn were guests last Thursday aud Friday of Mrs Claude Smith Mrs John W Arnold is spendmp Christmas with her Prrents Mr and lItStcreinyiMiss Laura of Versailles attended the Masonic banquet last Thursday night Mr R W Miller has glI1e to Hnnts ville Alabama to spend Christmas with his family who are visiting there Miss Marguerite Dykes many friends willbe glad to know that she has recovered from a serious attack oi ton silitis Miss Mary Scott has relurned from State College Lexington to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs S E Scott Mr J Stone Walker Jr has come from Garden City 1 I where he at tends school to spend Christmas with parentsMiss Anderson who has been spending some time with Mrs W L Leeds will return the last of the week to her home in Berea Mrs JD Allen and daughter Mar tha of Oarlltile are expected to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs J W Zaring at the Glyndon Miss Nannie Hunt Powell the attractive daughter of Mr atilt Mrs 0 S Powell isat home to spend the holi days with her parents Mrs J D Dykes went over to Lex ington Monday and heard the Metf siali in which her daughter Miss Minnie was one of the soloists Mrs Finnell will spend Christmas with her daughters Mrs1 Frank Mill er of Lexington and Mrs Chenault Willis of Nicholaaville Mr and Mrs W FJNorrls and child ren George and Beruia of Celeste Texas are visiting Mre Norris parents Mr and Mrs J Gideon Taylor near town Miss Mary Ltie Colyer was welcomed home last week from WMhiHgto D C where she MliMeR attending school She wiN rMWftifi tictil after the bedyi J IJI SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR jfifcd MEW YORK i 7 Correct forMen j Overcoat 1250 j Presbyterian Wiegan- dIosalntarls Giunchigllaui appreciation Mr Herman Frasa and bride reached home last Thursday night and are now at home to their friends at their residence on Collins street Miss Gladys Perrywho attending school at the CampbellHagerman Col lege is spending the holidays with her parents Dr and Mrs H L Perry Miss Eleanor Chenault is home from Washington College Washington D O to spend the holidays with her par ents Mr and Mrs T D Chenault MJId Mrs J B Willis of Crab Or c spent a few days last week with Cfftfves here They were welcome gusts at the Knights Templar banquet Llns Elmer Deatberage has returned from Cincinnati awl Lexington She was accompanied her sisters Misses Annie and Ethel Heasox who will spend the holidays here Messrs Edgar Turley and W I Arnold have returned from a hunting trip through Alabama rhey report a fine time and lots of game having killed about four hundred birds Mr C Rucker Adams und wife ot Chicago and Mr Coleman Adams of Denver are here visiting relatives Mrs Coleman Adams of Cleveland Ohio will join her husband here the last of the week Mrs Joseph S Gardner of Jacksonville Florida passed through this city Wednesday enroute to Irvine where she will spend some time with relatives Mrs Gardner was formerly Miss Myrtle Williams of Irvine Mr and Mrs W H Park who reside near town were hosts at an elegant din J Christmas Gifts For Your Men Friends utilityjusturgeearlyUmbrellas Neat durable styles as well as elegant silks with finely wrought handles Si to 650 MufflersRichest silks in all the newest styles 50c to 250I Handkerchiefs j 4 finesilks obes tly handsome de r ing last 1111 TIIe occasionin honor was LeonardUlnnQ j bv Ias greatly en washerefriendsMrs MissBessle ankirhaseral days with Mrs R Valley View Argentb pry Senator and Mrs McCilrs j tained delightfully at dinm irt New Willard tha ReV Dr tiflgDanville NestMrsbefore Christmas with PhiladeR f a friends Washington Cor Con JournalMrs J Frazee of North Broad way went to Richmond Ky yester day to make arrangements to sell some valuable real estate she owns in that jityMr J M Rifle of Rich mond who owns several houses and lots in Woodland is here today looking after the renting of his propertyMr- P M Pope and wife of Richmond are spending several days with Mr and Mrs F B Carr Mr Popti and Mr Carr are brothersinlaw having mar ried sisters Lexington Leader Last Thursday night the Masonic Temple presented a brilliant scene the occasion being a banquet which fol lowed initiatory services Work in the Commandery began in the afternoon four candidates being shown ino the mysteries of the Temple and now are and taste you i We we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes In onr Ladies and ton high heel low broad toe narrow patent tip plain In fact are show ing the ever shown our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Shoe for Women Prices and 350 t i Fine Scotch Wool J Fine c1aIectionof t the best j Neckwear newest IJ of JGladto through Can SatisfyYour Because Childrens equalsWeor or or we largest variety in Quality 3QO Gloves Beautiful Fur25c SuitCase appropriateSi25 suitablegifts l W i WI V fJ theplumedlargely attended not only by was themembers of the orile and ladles butby a number of outside invited guestsThe menu coursesyasls and was a spread fit for the godsfeature of afteruerflr Knight R made R Burnam who luced Sir toastmaster He in turn intro Ic ofankJortteeHis witwisdomwas iii hisatural exLThe leyand was Mr Slier of WillII tovho bad just been given tile 1 v degrees He paida aodlomnoetltlllgin lr nurnam announc L5lJmes Vkfir Rev Hugh Me fewJl be S man He told in a somell1 mt precise Words Mttsonrary1n and of hearers aost cilinterested his fitting chV il boardawas somucl OW ning which assemblage art the whole f I Auld Lang 1 In singing I will dwell long in occasion present and by v of tho1 s qitsuch as was given 01 ets night the Knights Tenxteay I to beat d In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department j- 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 t IN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and WVL Douglas have nosuperior We have sold these lines with more satis faction tdour trade and when once tried the satisfaction prompts youto buy another pair CALL ANDSEE US every rtifedas RICE AND ARNOLD iI tF r I1i tjIt lIt SSIONAL CARDS t J 11O U J isMLLERf ATTORMBTATLAW KKITUOKT tOlticei n the Burnam Building text door to i aimers National B1eb3yb l o r JA CTLL V t TTO It V AT L w cr RICHMOND KlfiflUOKY tjomee over Sti Hank Trust Co oj site Court JlniMf bill Strtfll ff JoI M iUlnNAULI 4 4IFRNEYS AT La II via rRJJ ONO KENTUCKY Office on eennd Btreet over Then tultB grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLawjKENTUCKY jgjrOffioe over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOKVEYS AND- COUNdELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law omce over Perry Thomas dreg store PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PlI V1CIANN ANt SUMMONS RICHMOWII KENTUCKY Orfice in tnr Dr II ibson ouilding M lnStreet E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance DO Osteopathic Physicians HobBon Bull Ing i JJififiUnre Inrtiiltedon application b COHSJLT TION FREEIi Graduates Southern Stshool Ostheopathy DENTAL SURGERY T iJ 4E I LlT coortuat1 ORNTIST dlngaOfflceIchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to noT7ly n I V M Blanton DENTIS1tIlanly TELEPHONE lb 1 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndou- Wedneslay January 13 1904 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS C Anyone seodlng asketrb and de5cTItlOU mar qulckl asccrtiun four oi n tree ether an lnventlu probtabl ommunlca tlonuMrlctlTconaidcntlaL HANDBOll on tent free Oldnlt acenrr for ecurt patn P tenu taken tbru b Munn k Co receive rpecianoUce bout ChNe In thE Scicmtific Jfm rican A handaoomell1Instrated WeeklT JoANest journal TcrmsII any yearS Sold byall yiew- dMUjuN Co36lBroadwaYHeW ijrancb omce OS F 0w t 0J TTENT trtirt4 it tt- fitetsln eaR Wo have from IhCerrhf Main 6 t House lid street 1storerOO Lrflad to wet- S come1ipIIand patrons f c o pay the hingiPrice for T1 Egrftryt= Hiis prs a J fijr Produce a call in our new 4ufQuarters and we will conVInce you that we are the leaders in the tat Produce Business in Madison county iiGOTT BROS Second street Pjnlv- e hPND KY Cure 1Dgosts vhnt vou eat Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew IIFor OXSUMPTIO I OUOIJSund OLDS IACure Perfect rAcrn I For All Throat and Lung Troubles back If It falls Trial Bottles LeY J++ ++CLLL AT4 ++ 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 ienulne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssS Phone 3 Second St TO THOSE 4 wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Jj re pleased toBtatetlmt 1We on sale at the following in Madison county ArbncUle Simmons Sea rev Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whltlock John stapp Burton Roberts J W Tester J W Prewitt L A Wrarren rC McWharter ntckner k Early JT Coy B chmond House Valley View Ruthton Paint Lick KirksTllle S OLD JOE WHISKY Band marie Sour Mash Every drop Ruaran teed to be pure It it of old style manU iacrure No FTTERInd dl foiirjrfor poses ou Wailt tII- best urrishetlStrlct LIFamily Trade 6 10 year old ill jogs I0Wa10 bottles S5 jf 5 jacsiai t A- 5 New VIiiskyl1 Orders WILE promo iIIPdf Old Joe Diser noviyrAnderSOXKV A Omml SlQ i- Il Vi 1 days jbPioIi fPtTss attbls bauti- fjin DltTNotice laying Jom If Ii Judglncwt and Order 0lie llnibon Jlrcuit t ourt ri the Decemtier there upon ttie above btyle raute the eyonlnd will on thibe Dec 31etiursaay 03 rs- tjjweett the hours ol 11 oclock a ir clock in on the premises iii- Ichuiuul Madison county Ky pro it 11110 expose to Politic Sale to tilt Highest and best bidder the following property viz A Certain Lot with house thereon anti appurtenances thereunto belonging situated in tin city of Richmond Ky being on the west side of First street and bounded as follows Fronting on said Street ubout 24 feet and attuning hack toward Second street in parallel lines to the lot f Mrs Thomas Ellis Said lot lies be IVHHII the lots of Joe Kansas Gentrt and Mrs Thomas Ellis and is the same lot deeded to Lyman Parrich by 8 D Pit rrillh by deed now on record in the Madison County Court Clerks omce to which reference is now made for more Itfinite boundary Oi a sulDcien quantity thereof to produce the sum of 18855 the amount 01 money so ordered to be made and the costs herro- lTERISSaTe will be made on a rredit of iIx months The purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security fr the payment of the purchase money to have the force aId tiffed of a judgment bearing legal in terest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT M C M C C Holiday Raits jttjf rcA ForYtl ienboveciiisionlhe L A will s1ro k ts t rate of nethlrd fare pltlll 25 cents sale December 2321253031 1cweJtlJ ulry with final limit Jac 4 agents for particulars R A Woolums 8 A I t L1EL BLANTON DEALER IN I Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streetsapr30lYTPhone 85 I FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she said tkWla kindf flour my pretty maid i Elliston Patent of couitse kind sir she said f Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Hv Youll never repent it sir She said i t And he never repented in all hs life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife Ml La r Vt j Ellistont = bullA opayT cPhone 166 3 WACO 1 KY f0 t IrW o l ardfngm eason Jt 9O tijt Ifi iI ai f YINCH 1 RI FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shells Its the re suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester U Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder 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 qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT lflfu a ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale daily to NEW ORLEANSI LA and other points in tlw South also HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Social Low One way and IJomidtrlp Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday- in each to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Passenger Department of this Illinois Central R R Co is tailing monthly circulars concerning fruit growing vegetable jrardenine stock raising lairyinp etc in thO States of K utu kv Vest TVnnessnp Missinnippi nml Louisiana Every Farmer or Home pektr who will forward his twine anti ml Iress to the undersigned will be mnilel fre Circulars Ns 1 to 10 inclusive end others as they are published from mouth to For Folder and through rate tickets apply to nearest rail road agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville KY MY NAME IS THURMAN Qwe pOwt in or t11stress J1 And Buys month month lave wri UJ SKINSf 1 Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Holiday Opportunityi- s a name that might well be applied to The Rucket torc This is- where 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 twagonloadToys Be sure and call at a S ThRagkettbthMAIN 1i SUIT BRATTON Props D1B SHIPELFOP 00 Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD ANn HUG FEfCE StylaStaysgalvanizedAmplylasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogsandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you hbw it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days B1 B1ShuceIford CO iAO f Nfo 1ii ALLjjers You can hardly find a home without its Ayers Cherry Pectoral Parents know what it does for children bre- aksCherryi Pectoral nightIvise parents to keep it on hand buyIchildren poilmjr be betterDOthID51I Saratoga Ind 2SeWe SIro rc AUR CO All tlrufkrlttt forTell Man ThroatLungs CherryPectoral FOR BACK TAXES Kentucky Banks Sued For Nearly a Million Dollars Owensboro Ky Dec 3Interest- was caused la Owensboro banking circles Wednesday by the filing of two suits by the state auditors agent against two local banks tor alleged back wes due on bills and notes dur ing the past four years aggregating 950000 The petition claims that the National Deposit Co on September 15 of the past four years held bills of exchange and notes owing to it amount ing to 700000 It alleges that the bank failed to list any part of the debts for taxation The other suit is against the First national bank It is claimed that it has held 250000 worth of bills and notes during the past four years If the plaintiffs win the state and county will receive 25000 and the auditors agent 5000 Other suits will fol low against every bank in the city It is the first action of the kind ever brought in Kentucky A HUNTER KILLED Lewis Price Colored Shot By Frank Young White Georgetown Ky Dec 3Lewis Price a Negro aged 17 years was shot and Instantly killed by Frank Young white aged 14 years near Ox ford Wednesday Price was hunting on Charles Smiths farm and was ordered off the place by Young who is employed ty Smith The Negro re fused to obey Young and prepared to kill him hereupon Qul1 and killed the Negro TlJe1foy urTradejed and was lodged in CONGRESSMAN JAMES iv Was Wedded to Miss Rut Thomas at Marlon Ky Paducah Ky Dec 3The marriage of Congressman Ollie M James and Miss Ruth Thomas took pjace Wednes day night at the home of the bride at Marion Ky Rev Mr Thomas father of the bride performed the ceremony They left immediately for Washing ton and will have rooms at the Cairo Mr James is serving his first term in congress The Assets and Liabilities Owensboro Ky Dec 3The sched ule of liabilities of the Robards Tobacco Co of Henderson which was forced into involuntary bankruptcy at the last term of the federal court was filed here The firm owes 14336067 and has assets amounting to 9317724 A Deadly Duel Lexington Ky Dec 3As the result of a quarrel over the right to un load a car of coal In Chllesburg Henry Gray and Lewis Skaggs emptied their revolvers at each other resulting in the instant death of Gray Skaggs was mortally wounded Womans Horrible Fafe Franklin Ky Dec 3Mrs Wilson Swearingers dress caught fire from a heating stove and she was burned to death Her body burned to a crisp Her husband was out on his farm and a 6yearold child was the only wit ness to the distressing scene Race Horse Blues Sold Lexington Ky Dec 3Fred Din lew of New York has sold to J V Shlpp of Midway the race horse Blues bay five years old by Sir Dix on dam Bonnie Blue II by Hindoo Price 5000 Shipp will retire the famous racer to the stud Hustonvllle Physician Dies Stanford Ky Dec 3Dr Hawkins Brown one of the oldest and best known physicians in the state died at Hustonville Tuesday morning of neu ralgia of the heart The burial was held at Hustonville Wednesday morn ing at 11 oclock Campbell Nominated For Senator Wickliffe Ky Dec 31 Wheeler Campbell of Paducah was nominated in the Second district democratic sena tonal convention here Wednesday aft ernoon to succeed McD Ferguson re- sIgned Campbell organized the con ventlon Will Escape the Gallows Frankfort Ky Dec 3J w Bess under sentence of death for the murder of Miss Martha Martin will not expiate his crime December 29 as the court of appeals reversed the judgment of the court which sentenced him to death Custer Gardner Denies the Charge Munfordvllle Kyr Dee 3Custer Gardner in Jail here charged with the assassination of S H Osbora and his son David Osborn of Hart county strongly denies the charge His trial is set for Friday ExGov Bradley In His Office Louisville Ky Dec 3Former Gov W O Bradley was in his office Wednesday for the first time In more than two months he having been con fined to his home all the tlmeby seri ous illness Poolrooms to Close Saturday Louisville Ky Dec 3Arter fight ing the laws for ten years the three poolrooms which have done business in Louisville for twice that length of time will close Saturday next Inventive Kentucklans Washington Dec 3The following patents have been issued for Ken Shoibyvillodrying ville liquiddispensing vessel rlookingthe Gooff9r Children harmlessOneate relief in casesof Cough Cron and LaGrippe because it dpes not pass Im takesiD byI1 r A TEXAS WONDER r HALLS GREAT DISCOVERYi One small bottle of Halls Great Die covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel illabetee seminal emissions weak and Iime back rheumatism and all irregularities of thfj kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drne sit will be sent by mail on secelpt of SI One small bottle is two inonthe treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Loins Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond K BEAD TIllS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louts MoDear Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Diecov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when I began ueinc it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan ly JoiurA RIDDEL RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packt is enough fo usual occasions The family bolt 60 cents contains supply for a year All drnngists sell th- emWeak HeartsAre ofevery one hundred people who have trouble indigesliononlytraeablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicate stomachIEat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure trialjvrantrd by EO DWITT COOHIOAQQ Fur sale by Perrv Thomas 1A Costly Mistake- Rlnmlers are pomotimnB very expen oe OeaMonnlly lif itself is tIn priwof a Iiiitiik hut yrnll never he wrong if you ttke Dr Kings New Lift Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Head cIte liver ot Bowel trouble lhO y anydruEstore STERLING NOVELTIES Thero were never before so many Uoo fnl novelties mmle In sterling filverand never in the Wiirld were such thing sold S reH onnlilv Wehnvo humlrp ls if preiiy and 1Ifl1lIIrlileR ThinuP tliHt von neeil tiling i list are fur little gifts ilnit VHP fun olIilIllAI rum TAt lto 2 50 I E A Bicycle Runaway TertninfltMil with nn iiulv flit Ott the ler IT R Onier Franklin Grove III It lev Ioived a stubborn ulcer uiiieldiiir In dnitors and remedin for four yenrs Then Iliirklens jA145 sslP cured Its just an good for Burns ScaMa Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all drugstores 1m For Sale or Trade A neat fourr toni rotnce on litndell avenue tot 45x135 good cistern and small barn Will pay cash difference In Irailo Apply to 81 to lj JESSE nvKEs for Rent I desire to rent for lie vear 1004 a residiice with ollIultm sid blnrk Minith shop at Foxtnvn Fir further particulars call on or address John W Wds n 25ntf Fnxtuwii Ky Hoflily piin loses itn inrtor if youve a bottle 0 Thomas Electric Oil in the IIOIIKH Instant relief in cases of htirtiri cuts bprains accidents of any sort 1m There is probably no mire flrtiin utiv place than in what are known as acreped filets Hinesiy Is simply heart health Rams Horn If ynti would ndvurtiso your troubles without cost tell them to a gulp Dont forget the old man with the fishon his back For nearly thirty years he has travelin around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh l so muchneeds To all weak andsickly children he gives and strengthening food and pale persons andrichChildren who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own le stands for Scotts Emul SIlo of pure cod liver oiladel jhtful food and a natural c for children for old folks at for all who need fleshand stt ngth CoTTk OWNE CMMIt40 4t5 PerI Street 1NwYorlc8eca diOQ It I am terribly bother ed abut making my will CHRISTMAS Day is near Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY Arbuckle and Simmons are in you tAIso line of fc o means to you the best clothing in the at cost and Do not fail to visit our house when Lexington u a I JSeven Million boxes sold in post 12 months u We keep on hand at all I itimes a of Brush Creek Coal from the new mines that are be ing operated Brush Crlpk Ry and do not heItate to sav that you will find this to be an ideal oal and will reduce your coal hIlls nearly onehalf At the Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sand We are still in the e and solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee Polite and Service and r r T Richmond Kv throw your money away for the kind that is as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tis bet ter for you to buy from us and be of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jfellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP c 81 B ii We Badly Overstocked Clothing We Too Clothing 25 Per Cent Offevery Overcoat house FOR ONLY We determined give the full benefit sale wait until the season is over This includes Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits Overcoats large Youths Childrens Clothing This world opportunityCome LOUIS GUS TR4US Lexingtons Leading Clothiers tToCure Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets good supply perflclSulfaclion Cement Etc BSeS Prompt Good- Weight Le1her 4tt IPhone42t DONT u- iCOAL certain COTXV UeGDCo MgrTI 1 I dont a Iam happy asIroasted in the oven of a Great Range our Department Have Many on and Suit in our a CASH are to of our in season and not our and our in This signature care blt shall Slfjestic = s Cures C in Two DaVI on every box 25c II FIREFIRE We have just received from R J LadiesMissest SnOES theiribigafir4 12 Pricef- or the next ten days You will find these shoes to be strictly up to date and a great many not damaged at all Also remember we will give 13 Off on- allCIothJngL andHavyVnderweatfQ ten days only l Yours for Bargains The Globe Store 208 Main Street formerly pccupied by JohnG TaylorSoit i i i