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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f1a r THE RICHMOND CLIMAX b c f o VOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30 1903 4 NUMBLY 32 PHONE 80 WINES STORE T Get VourMoneys Worth Lackey Hamilton itIfasked by others are lower than ours quality it is your privilege to profit by them But Facts Such is not the ease carryandpossiblepricesin Black Goods and Novelties See our Line of Fancy Waistings in Velvets Cfcrfords etc from 25c to iPer Yard 4PHighest Be sure to see our Line of Cloaks and Furs Before making your Selection r lhe tyle Quality and Price will please you r ShoesMensLadies 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 Every Quality Make your own price and we have a Coat to fit you The best for the money We will make you happy Yours to Please Lackey HamiltonCor Main and First Streets f Richmond Kentucky e 1 S W L CRUTCH ER G w EVANS JR JI New Firmc AND V 5TV t Everything for the home beautiful V can be found in our store rg and our prices will SU1tI f1 1 everybody- f i Iu We are at home at Joplins old standon p Main street and we the best and most polite attention V cgive us a call g Crutcher Evans Main Street Richmond Ky 0 J Q rBig till Coal Co 3 KY Shippers of Anile Coal L j+ + ++ + + + + + +44 + +++ +cIGuaranteed to last all night in ordinary jI any attention t t J F + 4+ 4+ + ++ ++ + + + + + P4 + + + ++++ ++ ++4+ + + +44 +4 d J L Watson 1820 North Upper Street Lexington Kentucky An important Rale of High cla s Winter Coats and Suits at Special price for this week Mantailored Suits of Broadcloth Cheviot Ziberlines and the fashionable Senhh mixtnre Loin Oat affects beautifully finished Very at trmiive models at extremelf low prices for this week Read vtowear Shirts in nil the uw riiHtarinU and Ixtest shape Ladies Mieea and Childrens Coats Attractive styles and df tincly liaiidajtniR designs Fashionable Furs Tin largest collection 01 Fino Furs we have ever shown JacketsScnrtc and Fancy Nfck Piemen A f UIve saving of from 25 to 33 per cent on every pince Seasons hest Bla k and Colored Fabric Melton Ziberline Venetian Newest Rhad 8 iii cohrnl novelties and fancy suitings at wonderfully low prios this TTHikv pPcisI8 lit Silks Want and colored Special InBlark and Colored Crepe de Cliene 24 inches wide pure Jlilk rich Iqstroii crnpery White Black Light and Irk Kliie Champagnei Rose and French Gray regular and 125 goola tin1 SarA oily Th cnitB CoftMEr3A new Hnji of P pZ Fnsfo an4 otli r lending makes High pa s Ladies Tailoring RvtinjJnK Gowns and Coat suits made with special care Millinery greatly reduced J1s Vatsdfi uL- JIiuii J8r20S UcrL- exingtOn Ky j E C DRUG considered from 6wQuality guarantee ORUAINDO Pricesee Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are Jonied to Hnnounde Hon D b forCOllgresofDemocraticsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY RLFTIHRRDemocraticparty IICROOKJsubject to the action of lh Democratic party- We o are authorized lo announce W R Attorneythe Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JNO W MadisonCoUlltyIe Party We are authorized to announce B B MIllion subJectCOtYEnVemocntlcpartyFOR JAILER PERKINSMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party CORIOOSasCounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONK3 subjectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZIER snbjectWe are authorized to annonnce A J ROSS a v subt4ORflATAYLORcounty aUbJet to the action of the Democraticparty OPAltiUSIIcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty ANDFRSOIAlESJailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic party 1EINNEOYofcouutylIublect DUOKTOIISSOSfounty subject to the action of the Democratic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKEa candidate for Jailer f Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party TEUfiLlcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty TDUERSONDemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce E P DEN Publicaction of the Democratic party IEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLANO totheFOR ASSESSOR Ve ars authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lie Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor moject to the action of the Democratic party We ar authorized to announce BUD DUNN fOlIlItysubject fOOLDENcounty Knliject to the action of the Democratic party A Frightened Horse Running like niad down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred other accidents are every day occur rences It behooves everybody to have reliabln salve handy amHhereg none aot good as Burklens Amirs waIve Burns cuts sores eczema and piles disappear quickly under Its tine eflVct 25c at any drug store Hi KnnckIn a tnnti down for collingyon a liar doesnt disprove the allegaton V evolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system in nervousnrss sleenleRsIess or stom ach lipRets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome cansefi Itr never fails to tone the jhtnrnnch the kidneys and bowels FtimnlatH the liver and clan the blood Rutrdcwn systems benefit particularly ithdslI the usual attend ing aches vanihh under its searching sad thorough effectiveness Electric retttr1edifGuMMtoed by all drii4etm 1m if n H iLj I NEWS IN KENTUCKY NEW STATE CAPITOL It IB Possible Without Extra Taxation Says Auditor Coulter Frankfort Ky Dec 22In his report to the general assembly Just completed Auditor Coulter has the following to say In the matter of the appropriation for a new state capltol Inquiry has been made of the auditor by various members of the gen eral assembly and by quite a number of citizens oC the state as to whether or not the present revenues of the state would provide sufficient funds to build and furnish new capitol buildings I have given this careful con sideration and thorough investigation and for answer will say that if the gen eral assembly should decide to xnako an appropriation for the erection of a new capitol the present revenues It left unimpaired and vigorously admin istered will be able to furnish in ex cess of the current expenses at least 400000 per annum until the purpose of the appropriation be accomplished- It will not be necessary to borrow a dollar nor increase the present rate of taxation to secure money necessary purposesI ad of the government and the practice of rigid frugalitywith regard to expenses of departments of government throughout the state a surplus equal to the demands of the proposed pub lie buildings can be quite easily ac cumulatedIt requiro at least three and possibly four years to complete the capitol buildings It will be more economical and certainly more business like to provide in the appropriation bill that a certain stipulated sum be set apart for this purpose out of each years revenues until the aggregate amount appropriated is consumed An Important Decision Frankfort Ky Dec 22As a result of the decision of the court of appeals- In the Kentucky Traction Co case the Shelbyvllle extension of the Louisville Eastern railway will be built and an Issue of 4000000 of bonds will be made by the Kentucky Traction Co The decision will open the way for the building of many new electric lines and will bring many mlllons of dollars of foreign capital into the state Louisville Fireman Died Suddenly Louisville Ky Dec 22John D Hughes for 25 years a member of the Louisville fire department died of spasms of the heart with his ban lon the lever of No 13 engine at 3503 Pflanz avenue while at a fire Monday morning He was an engineer and appeared to be perfectly well when the alarm came in Will Erect a Skyscraper Louisville Ky Dec 22The Ma sonic Temple building recently destroyed by fire will be replaced by a modern skyscraper In place of the ruins now on Fourth avenue between Jefferson and Green streets will rise a modern fireproof steel office build lpg of not less than ten stories in height A Receiver Is In Charge Richmond Ky Dec 22A majority of the creditors of the firm of C Ros enstein Co met at the Hotel Glyn don in this city when the firm turned their stock of clothingand furnishing goods over to Attorney D M Chenault a special receiver agreed on by the creditors Blindness Threatened Cincinnati Dec 22D G Colson Mlddlesboro Ky excongressman from the Eleventh district who figured n the deadly ColsonScott duel at Frankfort several years ago Is threatened with blindness and was In Cincinnati Monday undergoing treatment for his eyes Would Free Miller Lexington Ky Dec 22ln the In terest of George Miller the convicted faro dealer of this city Judge Frank A Bullock State Treasurerelect Henry M Bosworth and a number of local politicians went to Frankfort Monday to plead with Gov Beckham for a par don Prison Committees Report Frankfort Ky DOe 22The sixth annual report of the Kentucky state prison committee shows that the Frankfort prison made a profit to the state of 1932014 and that at the Ed dyville prison there was a deficit of 1456924 Policemen Beat Carriers Bowling Covington Ky Dec 22Dlue and gray met once again Monday night in Covington This time the bowling al ley was the scene of conflict and a team composed of letter carriers went down to defeat before the lusty policemen Driver Killed By Coal Wagon Covington Ky Dec 22Jamls Schoemaker a driver for the Coving ton Coal Co sustained injuries Mon day morning from which he died a few hours later at St Elizabeths hospital Ho fell and the wheels passed over him Was Found Dying Lexington Ky Dec 22 While de scending a mountain grade with a load of ties the brake broke and the wagon descnded at a terrific rate One horse was killed and another injured Al bert Fuqua driver was fatally hurt War on Slot Machines Lexington Ky Dec 22Judge Parker of the circuit court called a special session of the grand Jury Mon day afternoon It is an open secret that the Session is called to indict slot machine operators Bodily pain loses its terror if youve- a bottle of Dr Thomas Electric Oil in the house Instant relief in cases of burns cuts sprains accidents of any sort 1m FOR A RAINY DAT We have umbrellas that combine beauty with utility Our lowest priced umbrella Is as low as a good umbrella can be sold fori our highest is the best hat can be found Every conceivable combination of gold silver ivory or wrod Is shown What can make a jii6re acceptable gift L E IANE The Lone Star States YllahmisAbTIldryler is the head Mr Hailer on oerii liia trips East to buy goods said to a friend iio was with him in the palace car Here lake one nfthee Lit lie Early Riders upon retiring and y6u will be ED early in the monimie feqlin good For the dark brow tMte DeWittLlttlfitile 1dbfEO Win 8 Joi SECRETSAt the Pric of Suffering Woman on her way to semiin1lli ism c painIgnorancein silence and remain in the dark as to the true causemotherhooi- Mother5 Friend takes the doctor place mid she has no cause for an interview She is her own doctor and tie applicationtrpregnancy will enable her to undergo the period of gestation in a cheerful mood and rest undisturbed Mothers FriendIsa liniment for external use only It would indeed be slirmeful if the sacrifice of modesty were necessxry to Vie successful issue of healthy children All women onlytoprize childbirth remedy Healthy babies are the result of useing Mothers Friend Our book flotherhood mailed free THE BRAOFIELD REGULATOR Co ATLANTA G- ANOTHINGOVERLOKED All Phases of Kentucky Educa tion Life to Have Fait SPECIAL BLIND AND DEAF EXHIBIT Chairman E H Mark Preparing to Show at the Worlds Fair the Pro gress of the Schools From 1793 to 1904Support of Leading Educators of the State Enlisted As early as 1793 a hundred and ten years ago Kentuckys educational system was inaugurated in the Transylvania University at Lexing ton Thirtysix years later the public school system began It Is the purpose of Prof E H Mark the super intendent of the schools of Louisville who the Kentucky Exhibit Associa tlon was fortunate enough to get as chairman of its Educational Committee to show every phase of educa tional life from 1793 to 1904 at the Exposition in St Louis To those ac qualnted with Prof Mark and his wonderful energy and resource this announcement means that the exhibit of educational affairs from Kentucky will be more than could be expected Prof Mark is in close touch with the leading educators of the State and has enlisted their support All the different classifications will be given the prominence to which they arc en titled The collegiate the hlgli school the training school tho kin dergarten the normal and the busi ness courses are of course Included Especially designed cabinets for displaying drawings portfolio work etc will be provided for the different schools A sample of this cabi net with the base In which written work Is to he shown is now at head quarters for the inspection of any educatorsThe authorities are very anxious to have an excellent exhibit of the blind and deaf and dumb in stitutions of Kentucky Dr B B Hunton of the Blind Institute of Louisville has been Invited by Prof Howard J Rogers the chief of the department at the Worlds Fair to send two qf his best pupils a boy and a girl to St Louts for the entire ex position period suggesting that they matriculate in Greens School for the Blind In St Louis and appear in the Educational Building dally with the classes to be sent from Dr Greens School One of the features of the Educational Building will be a large pipe organ and Dr Rogers invites one of Dr Huntoons blind pupils tr perform on this organ Dr Huntoon has also been asked to make a display of the Braille Systen of blind printing The New York Point System Is to be shown and a the exposition may be reckoned as n place for tie survival of the fittest between these conflicting printing systems It ia the hope of the assocla tion that Dr Huntoon will consent Dr Rogers is Iso very desirous of having a class from the Deaf and Dumb Institute at Danville He has promised the association that every thing of an Ingenious nature turned out by these blind and deaf and dumb pupils will be str roped with the word Kentucky thereon and sold as souvenirs at the exposition Public Sole By virtue of Judgment and Order of the Madison County Court in the matter of Socrates Maupino assignee the undersigned will on Thursday Dec 3 103 expose for sale the entire tract of land Maupluin125 Acres igHillin one half mile from Kingston Ky t and six milts from Richmond Ky convenient to the postnulce churches schools and to tim L 4r N R R It is magnificent land under good improve ment has a house and outbuildings on it Is well fenced and wellwatered It is the most desirable piece of property exposed for sale in thiacoiinty for many y arn It will be sold on the above named day on the premises al 10 alnTERMS This laud will be sold upon a credit of six and twelve months tho purchaser to execute one bond for half th sale price payable in six months from date antI another bond for the remaining half of sale price payable In- twelve months from date of sale the said bonds to bear interest at the rate of six percent until paid and the pur chawrto give appFOtdfOECllrlty the bonds to be alLn upon the Und sold to s cnri their rmvm 1 luklTru AMigae pit 8ooife Maupin r fI ELECTRIC LIGHTS WENT OUT For More Than An Hour a Wedding Party Was Delayed Lexington Ky Dec 24For more than an hour Wednesday night a wed ding party was delayed at the thresh old of the church because the electric lights had gone out Twenty lamps were procured from the nelghborhod and Just as the party was marching in the lights flashed back The princI- pals were Miss Florence Graham Of fut director of physical culture of State college and Judge Robert Leo Stout of Versailles The couple missed the train to Kansas City A similar accident happened in the same church two months ago ONE BULLET Accidentally Fired From a Street Car Injured Four People Louisville Ky Dec 24Four per sons were Injured by fragments of a bullet accidentally fired from a revolver on the rear platform of a Fourth avenue car while the car was between Kentucky and Brecklnridgo streets Those injured were Mr Creel Brown struck by piece of metal under the eye Mr John H Brand truck on thumb and right side of face by fragments of the bullet Mr W M McKown struck on hand and Capt Jacobs struck on the hand The injuries are not dangerous except for complications TO FIGHT THE TRUST Burley Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated Lexington Ky Dec 24The Burley Loose Tobacco Warehouse Co cap italized at 50000 filed articles of in corporation Wednesday The company binds Itself to pay an annual dividend of six per cent The company will work in conjunction with the Burley Growers association formed this fall- countiesand TontrolHngjlft Kejituilift who will fight the trust sv Boys Mysterious Death Newport Ky Dec 24 Cheap candy is supposed to have caused the death of Clarence the 15yearold son of Dr James W Crowley Third and Monmouth streets Wednesday The lad was seized with violent cramps after eating a quantity of candy and plckels Monday and his condition gradually grew worse until death relieved his sufferings Real Estate Dealer Indicted Louisville Ky Dec 24E D Fry er a wellknown real estate dealer of the firm of E D Fryer Son was indicted by the grand jury on the charge of unlawfully demanding to have exchanged for money a check bearing a forged indorsement The check is alleged to have amounted to 07750 and was cashed by the Western bank Sued By the Receiver Paducah Ky Dec 24Cot R C Caldwell has been sued by Master Commissioner and Receiver Husbands for 8823704 which it Is alleged Caldwell owes as assignee of the Pa ducah Building Trust Co Husbands alleges that Caidwell has converted the money to his own use Construction Hand Killed Covington Ky Dec 24Harry Be mis about 20 years of age employed by Mr Hill foreman of construction on the C O road was run over and killed In the railroad yards near Seventeenth and Washington streets Wed nesday evening by a freight train Work Will Be Resumed Mt Sterling Ky Dec 24Arrange ments have been completed whereby the West Liberty Morehead railroad work on which has been at a standstill for some months will be completed the coming spring and extended to the Tennessee lineIThe Body Identified Louisville Ky Dec 24The young man who committed suicide at Fourth and C streets early Wednesday mprh ing has been identified as G Hardin berry of Tennessee Little is known of him The young man was about 20 years of age Owenton Sold Lexington Ky Dec 24J C Mil lam the local turfman sold the stal lion Owenton by Owns Georgia Kin ney for aprlvate figure toJThaw Bros of Dallas TeL With him went the wellknown mare Golden Harvest Killed at a Wedding West Liberty Ky Dee 24Monroe Elsy and WIllie Havens brothers are charged with the murder of David Cas tie Tuesday evening on Grassy creek this county during a wedding feast They were arrested Wednesday Corpse Carried a Mile Augusta Ky Dec 24 Reynolds Ward aged 15 years attempted to board a rapidly moving freight train and was thrown under the wheels and killed His body was carried a mile after one leg had been cut off New Oil Field Opened Burkesville Ky Dec 24The New Domain OH Co brought In a 20bar rel well Wednesday at a depth of 600 feet on the farm of William Bryant at Waterview This opens up an en tirely new field Clemency Granted Frankfort Ky Dee 24GoY Beck ham Wednesday pardoned W W Wil son sentenced to the penitentiary for two years for embezzlment Wilson had been manager of a shoe store in Louisville Calico is named for Calient a town In India where it was first printed TO OTO3E A COLD IN OOTB DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund the money Hit fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 cents A friend isa man with whom yoa can go camping twice Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their tars Against the continual reeom mendation of Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if terminationReadhas to say Lanfe Ml my wife had ev cry ymptoa otOOMYptioo She took Dr Kings New Deorery ifter everything etee tiadfalI4td Improve mentbameat 9M fMMl fwtWtloe en bLAtftrnlltrWlotthpiree InIi S0 Ti COR MAIN FIRST J GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE wornout powerful Wines Of Winter Merchandise that been in Richmond onatthet Busy Bee Gash Store Street opposite Court House Every and Wrap of childrenEverychildrenEveryEvery Robe and Horse Ram Coat Every pair of Shoes for men and piece of Flannel and boysEverythIng willbeHalf In TvoNot a single article but what has felt the stingdf the cold steel when our buried to the hilt in de partment r r r Now is the time to buy goods even if you cant use them until next season Country merchants would sayingnew fresh goods that we are slaughtering to make room for spring stuff that begins to come in January 1st I CLOTHING is known all over the world for its nship its fitting qualities and nobby natty styles We carry the celebrated Schloss Bros Clothing of ire Maryland and every with their name on the label is guaranteed There is as much work liIoss liros Suit as there is in any suit that comes from the mer chant tailors We carry a welt selects oi this handtailored clothing known everywhere as the HK hat helps you a1onJSandthe World tella Call and us get our e irgout halfintwo prices on all matkinds ant make money as Mu fast any other wayswit anking you for past patronage we a17ry respt rrsl gircil I W D OLDHHtXtuner GO berlej to mI l oInllO STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 rSji be s J A J A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock ina rich miniiuaryljfv ty situated f three miles Globe Arizona ostchaViK atillInvestors are requested to thoroughly investigate this propert ownedbY the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt andr 4 KGold Mining and Milling Company f t Which promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers In Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt Extending Jam Jerome to Bisbeeand J Absolutely in the Center of the Belt r in the Center of the Globe t Mining District which as to past and present production and future promise is not In the if 360 Acres in a compact bodywith undisputed title No debts of any kinddevelopment still going on in the most modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand everv claim be a mine ore in sight on one Gold Silver and Lead all In quantitieswith good assays in Tin Uranium etc quantities of iron and lime assure reduction of ore on the ground t Those who did not buy stock in the great mining poperties of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen Jit was offered for lOc a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in tie ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co A SO Cents per Share W 1 ProAtinir ores I No officers to pay Dividends paid when miCe is producing As an investment guaranteed abso lutelv safe It is not offered as a but as an investment for it must in price The Gen Jv eral Manager states From present indications stock should be at par before the close of the year The investor will notice that the United Verde Senator larks mine with its BillionDollar Ore Body in- Sight ron the northwest and on the southwest the Queen of Bisbee and other mines operated by Phelpfe Dodge Co who have turned their from banking to because it pays better that 4 this as an investment is the W Mining Opportunity of the Present Century J 1For further information address 1 ROBT M Pros and Gen Mgr C Main Office Globe Arizona c rWomen love a clear com plexion Pureblood makes it Bur dock Bitters makes pure blood 1m OavstferReat Next door to Joes Apply to llntf Jaa Kodol Dyspepsia Digests all clidesof food topes and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures pyspepsia Indigestion Stomach troubles rich red blood health and strength Kodol Dyspepsia Cur rebuild tissues purifies strengthens and sweet ens thostomach Gov j W Atkin son of W VaMYShI have used a number of bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have found it to be a very effective tied indeed a rem edy for tQmachailments I r It to my by E 0 mi- EiSak Ji msiae roll top office desk t MI velviRfc eMIr nd three o4h JMd ottcwdMiri i1 1s4er1uo44oe 7tf G- owGili Fall and has ever seen is now going Main Cloak any description Buggy Blanket Every women children Every Outing Flannel Jeans kniie was every jf r i garment see rj0n r r r daugIu- tt from J And excelled world Copper paying LarSj salaried speculation advance Having Copper attention mining t FOREE rr rhealthy Bennett Cure COl- Brnettd JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado rr c FRANK A WRIGHT Vice President Branch Office 910 Tacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois pCtr5 A Reminder t That we are right in the push with our superb stock of r r Jt s r as Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat yousatisfaction White GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KIJTLJCKY f If i L IR J Nice Neckwear A Nice Pair of GlovesI A Nice Pair of Shoes CaseH h A Nice Hat A Nice Handkerchief i A Nice Pair of St1i lSC0icred Spa ts on Pdper f LH CALL AT CRITCHER TRIBBLES Main Street Richmond Kentucky Any of the above articles will make a nice i g Xmas Present litI c ichinondAhitaxi r JHENAULT Pre identti WJIULER Editor Manager DNESDAY DEC 31 1903 1 ltJRlISHKll WKDSKHUAY B iha Climax Printing Co Ineorporatedh Political Situation Atlanta Constitution The situation politically isa one that is continually bright cuing at the Democratic endi and if the Democrats of Con gress will only caucus closely and decide carefully upon their policy between now and next June they can do mag nificent work in bringing the party upon the national field in winning form So far as the nomination I of President Roosevelt by the Republicans is concerned the Democrats need not wor ry Let him be nominated If the Democracy cannot beat him they could hardly hope j to beat any Republican He has saddled and bridled the party and is riding it roue and hard He is dependent makingj Ieverydoing that the Dem rfrtj afford to let him flttn d- tCUrl as he Wl 11tfJt fritivebusiness I try are afrelt is t1 econds trial of Roostrad1cytpiaiii to hear Y entjon He m Ly goestIo6ugii now while th Of his nom liLtlOlr witt it1Ofl IS pendi lIleIdeheSe assured and d onlY of March 1905 PLS tell w the Omniscient cen dotbat Roosevelt would t is out to be e fFiesidentonhisown I LEXINGTON KY l5 1l axA Bea1 i St 6IT 1Weare adding daily to stocktcome and i see the new things i You can easily find suit fable presents among such a tvast collection t t 1Come early andavoid the Rush 1 I jiej wJ Ii CfBroweCo jt i iMAIN AND BBOAOWAf r LEXINGTON ICY 1to 1 Tiikfrs a personal account He means elfcted to make a Roose v 0Eeerd that will stand go ifTh j1Jeutia1 annals a- snedtjtiAi u afl1 ini d iviuaiilirezpublic Tfr is nn wohr iba th5 his nerve aibiied1should be feeSk by those who see the intern of the country stamlph su j se rJmanto Roosevelt the Jse G71 need only to find a 1Jeand eonsLitutiou ito of clean ra tioned patriOP4V1veen the two theftot bet hard for a nora for hundr o- fonservff46hcansc I some wmemi ly4nVIe the public I yiIbtLss Alice was gaL astride of her riban fashion this fltJequid nunes have her 97d to one of New Yorks Kermit will please 41own and skin his nose weeks sensation Cynthiana Times KIRKS TULLE After quite a silence I have con cluded to write up the little village Kirksville Tjiis town which a prosperous Q11tJj dn thew IJ tern part qf Via di9it QpHiity near iarrarj3 JIn W- 1olti6h tOO Jre l nrv lundI JI tlit plac QCBOtn itmiceiii7ery beau tifnl towards the est the Cumber land uiuuntains loom up to view and form a pretty back ground for the many stately homesteads that can be enn dotted here and there over the intervening ppao The people gener ally art nuted for their hospitality and reilnetneiit and the place has long been a recognized educational center Hie village has three churches a good public sibool and a higher school known as Kiiksville Institute This school was founded by Rev Milton Elliott now of North Middletown and has nl ways been u splendid place to educate boys and glue It is now presided over by Professor George Simmons who is keeping it up to its usual standard Kirksville boasts of an induBtry which is not very extensive in the country a hemp factory There are several stores cud the place is well suppled with phy sicians there being three in the village One of the principal citizens is Mr George Shepherd who is enterprising and energetic in every respect He purchased the school property about two years ago and lisa remodeled it and converted the upper story into an opera nail where numbers of high class en tertainments are given This ia one of the nicest halls in Central Kentucky Some of the farmers of this section are Phil Arbuckie Will Arbnckl Smith Hagan Dave Simmons J P Simmons Squire Coy Joscph Jones T J Curtis Ur Fry Shelby Jett and N B Coy Near Klrksville is Round Hill which in a large artificial hill supposed to have been built by the prehistoric pee pIe Sonie think that it was used for burial purposes Several years ago Hon Bennett H Young of Louisville made ome excavations in this mound but failed to find anything of value During the summer the Kirksville fair which is originated and carried on by some of the principal citizens is much enjoyed and largely attended by people fur miles around EDWIN BRoWN flows this We offer One HundredDollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure liJ JHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Chteney for the last 15 years and bolitvo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West 4t Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Wattling Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio H ll Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly Upon the blood and roucoK surfaces of tine system Testimonials stint free Price The per bottle Sold by all Druggists Halls Family Pills are the beet 1m I ir r L I I Natural GaslLexington will have na ural gas in tho near future if the plans of the Ap cityIJohnIare the incorporators and the capital stock is 1000000 divided into t000 shares of the par value of S25 overnedrA citypthe com 7fi f intended operations may be yhered Irom the preamble in the ar eha of the incorporation w ich savs The business and purpose of the lODI pany shall be the drilling and sinking of wells in Estlll and other counties of the State of Kentucky for the purpose f obtaining oils gases and mineral a andpose of piping natural gas to ginthe building of tanks lor stor ge and refining and marketing ot tub and the laying of pipe linesLeington Leader Dec 21 In addition to the incorporators men tioned in the abovearticle three of our ell known citizens are Interest d in Appalachian Gas Co namely Dr HC Jasper W R Letcher Jr and James Worrels There are also a num ber of prominent people of western Pennsylvania who are stockholders Tim company has leased several thousand acres of land and are now busy in developing their territory It is said that the surface indications tor gas in Estill county are not surpassed anywhere and that Ic numerous places along the creek which runs through their leases the gas is bubbling up and can be lightedat runny points Tlie flint well is being drilled and has al ready developed the fact that the gas is more than surface gas A small show lag was found at 850 feet more Jit 1200 i a proltregsedluneJlls 1 3 feetrflattwiHiJiitelinenwhoarereside in otto of the best natural gas sec tion in the country and they are high ly elated over the prospects At Newark Ohio a town of about 20000 Inhabitants natural gas is used and the company receives an average income ot 518000 per month or the sum of S216 000 per year from the sale of gas in that city alone The Appalachian Oas Co propose to run pipes to this city sometime in the future Since three of our townsmen are interested in the company we wish it much success and trust they will all heroine regular gas magnates even as Rockefeller poses in the Standard Oil Company Go to Willgingss and see his beautiful Iine of Christmas pictures Notice The 1 A railroadwill soon be in a position to furnish bioken stone and screenings from fine quality limestone in car load lots lot turnpikes drive ways and walks For prices call on or address A C HoNg KylGdtfBottyville Coal Company D R Freeman has taken charge of the Beattyville Coal Co and desires to inform lila friends that he will keep on hand the best Jellico ard Kentucky coal also hay and corn He solicits your patronage Phone 184 dec23 4t A Theatrical Treat popularters of the novel is indeed a hard task RlJentonlabor of turning Bertha M Clays best known novel Dora Thorne lute dramatic form has well earned the many enconiiuns bestowed upon his work by the press and the amusement going public His dramatization of Dora Thome which by the way is the first romanceis tireFiewThe play follows the book closely none of the scenes have been omttiol and the tour has been one ot great succe their far It is also of Interest to note that the company booked to appear here Is the original one as tire numerous road companies will no li nitun tour until after the New VnJt rum which Is scheduled to criuIIremreelHte InllIswoman oI a MATRiMONiAL 000SANnLIMflev A J Trihble was the officiating mWater nt the wedding of ftfr W C Og of Brass field and Miss Martha Sandlin of Fay ettecountyHADESHoob Mr JarmsB Haden and Miss IVfaagle Hood Teinarrried lust Wednesday at the residence of Rev G W Shepherd who performed the ceremony STIVERSFRENCH Mr Jf Stivers nf this city And Mis Minnie French of Fajetto county were married last Wednesday by Rev A J Tribblo at lira residence near town- HENDBICKSFSIEND Mr Mat Hen Incite and Miss Minerva B Friend were united in marriage attire home of the brides father at Bybeetowjt lest Wednesday the cerenuny being said by Rev A J Tribble BowsiANBcTLER Mr Jesse C Bow man and Miss Alice Butler of seat Ford were married last Thursday morning at 10 oclock at the home of Mr John Bowman on Moberly ave title The ceremony was said by Rev G W Shepherd immediately after which the happy couple left for a bri dal tripsDUNOANMAKTIN Wednesday at theChristian parnonago this city at one oclock Rev H D Clark officiat ing Miss Emi Lee Martin of Caleast Madison county will be married to Mr Fred C l oncan of this county Miss Martin is in the employ of Roberts Mnxlin and rnierly with T P Mar tin for two yen s She is an excellent woman Mr Duncan is a farmer of industry and attontiveness Mt Ster ling Advocate CoRNELisojiCoLTON Love will find away TIJIi lisa been proven many times ever since the beginning and last week w s proven again when Mr apstole a ward on their most intimate friends and I datives and were married in Lexington on Wednesday afternoon at four oclo k Tbe young people had been sweethearts for some time Ob jections on tile pat of the brides fam ily was the causa of the elopement Mrs C irneluou who is a strikingly handsome young woman is a daujt tPr of Rev J N Culton She is blot c 5cibait those duiuec tic qualifications which make a truly cd wifn The groom is a native of thj Waco locality but for sometime i sl has bcen employed as barber at the evis shop The CLIMAX wishes MrI Mrs Cpigelisonaiactj happ cgwboTT 1jiioclrf Gut friends wn gireli to atsurprif- when It was iiiueul LILio3Iij1 married Mir Eliza J Upton oo Christmas Day The wedding otxiirred at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington Rev J W Gratia of this ity performing the Cfreinouy Mr Gott is almost too well known to need an introuuction He has been engaged in the produce business here for a number of years trt has made himself very popular and highly esteemed by his upright gentlemanly mud courteous treatment to tilL His bride who is an exceed bigly liHiitisiuiii young woman is a duugbter of Air Letcher Tipton of Moitgomerv o unty bheiaa ulster to r Gotts firswife TIre CLIMAX ex tends thu heartiest congratulations and wishes Mr and Mrs Gott bon voyage over iiies Sea- FitsACAwrwRiaIIr The following notice from Ore Decatur Ala News of Pee 18 will be of interest here since the groom is one of Richmonds most ponultir young businees men His bride also has made quite a favor able impression upon our people who have given liur a warm and hearty ImppyIe was beautifully consumniHted at the Christian church New Decatur Vednesday evening December 1C 1033 when Mr Herman Frasa of Richmond Ky was united in holy wedlock to MIJS Pearl Cartwright of this city The chur decorations w re cbuttte nujJjutiuvB tasteful set Uiig Tor Ilie uiiarr3ussnerlij I- cttlflZJiii JnterL ininl moii asen ukurferttri l plants afo iulI5 pItotilIgqre ewithafnlrlhidvimoii of white and green mingling with gauzy grace and springtime freshness in the color scheme Tire music too was sweet as a song birds berading of dawn and thrilled the breasts of the assembled guests with pleasure Miss Clarksons exquisite voice trilling and quavering a gladsome prelude to the ceremony uniting hearts that palpitated with the rhythm of true love The ushers were Dr L J Ilatnage and Messrs Brentz Pruitt Herbert Cartwrigbt and Pruitt Cartwright and tire best man was Mr It C Hatifley Tire bridesmaid was MiaS Rosa Cartwrigbt who was attired in a rich brown tailormade suit The bride wore u beautiful blue tailormade traveling suit The impressive mar riage ceremony was performed by the Rev Kingsley Marshall pastor of the First Christian church after which the happy pair followed by the congratu lotions and best wishes ofa host of friends took the train for the East and will shortly be at home in Richmond Ky Worlds Fair March J904 Mr John C Weber director of web era Military Band of Cincinnati known as the Prize Band of America has composed the St Lonis Worlds Fair March 1004 and dedicated it to the Lou isana Purchase Exposition It will be distributed through the passenger de nartmeirt of the B Q S W R R Worlds Fair Route at 10 cents per copyThe music is in sheet form arranged fur the piana being very handsomely gotten up very highly illustrated title cover Mr John C Weber is not only a great musical Director But he ban written some 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 great organization of artists has twice defeated all coiners in national contests at Elks Reunions Tne latest triumph was at Baltimore Md on the 21st of last July when in a iibsthdb100000 I is confidently expected hat Mr Webers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air during the ext year and every household should obouM Iihve a copy of this music Send 10 cents in silver to the under ieiiH and a copy of the Worlds Fair nch will be mailed to your address irk nvepe Worlds Fair March Moutluu this paper when ordering O P McCarty General Passenger Agent BOSWaRW i Ciipiaet1 Old l Jc DEATH Bcsn Mrs Mary Belle flush died at her home in Winchester last week after a long iUnes of cancer Deceased w itasbefore her marriage a Miss Curtis Sh he grrIri liksyears five montis and six days De ceased had been a staunch Democrat 111 his life never having been known to scratch licfcet When the w foereDemocratic principles and had tire most bitter feeling against the Repub li cans He was highly respected and honored by all who knew him PARIUSH Just at nature was awak ening to the fact that a new day was being born and that da the Holy S v hiingedFor four long mouths haul she lain upon her bed of sickness and suffeig Lnt the end came a sweetly and peace fally as a little child falling asleep Deceased who was formerlv Miw Mary H Adams was in her sixty seventh year In early maidennoor he became the wife nf Socrates Pur rish From this union six childnn were born all of whom together with the aged husband and father survive eve one MISS Mattie who died a good many years ago The children are Messrs Klisha 3 and Stephen D Parrish of this city Mr Jacob C Pai rieh of DnfDeld Virginia Mr William Albert Pafrish of Decatur Il noisand Mrs Loulie R Davie of Campbells VI lie Ky All five of these were at the bedside of the mother during the last few days of her illness doing all within human power to strengthen the flame of life that was so fast flickering out For her death had no fcais She was Godly Christian woman living up to- lla that was right anti beautiful Her funeral was conducted Monday site noon at the family residence by Rev W Crates who in n few will licmr words pointed out the beauty of tin life that had just gone out Site was a lifelong anti consistent member of the- M E Church South Her remains followed by a long procession ofeor rowing relatives and frienda were ta Jjkeulo the Richmond cemetery where they were laid tenderly to rest Just the sun sank behind the western hills there was a beautiful flowerbe decked grave covering all that was m lrlal Jf f iMarrisicl sl ljat hftI Ur rydtirrrt4tP l dtJr S A alldtStr tTJaAli rnla I lCtllft jcqlinty and Olaiboriie Adiurm of Fey cite county The Ells Cfirislmas Tree a Grand Success Those pers t8 who attended the Elk Christmas tree on last Friday morning at the court house and saw the happy faces of the poor children as they were showeredwith gifts would know that the tree was a success it was a vleasttire more to thebigbearled Elks were the givers than to the little ones receiving TtiTe were one tindred anti 75 children both from town and county who were supplied with ctothing some were given shoes some hats somA stockings some cloaks some suits of clothing then there were suits of underwear dresses and otitcihgarments of apparel for the needy addition to these esch girl received a doll and the tree was laden with candy fruits and nuts Mr Alex Denny in his own matchless mav impersonated Santa Claus and helped to strip the tree of its load A committee of Elks went in person o the numerous homes in order to ascertain just what garment or garments was most needed by the little ones in tIre families A npacinl musical program added much to the pleasure of the occasion The Elks are to be congratulated and praised over their most orthy and commenda ble undertaking and may they live arid have such cele cbrationstodd Tis more blessed to give than to receive The Week Of Prayer The following is the list of topics fur the coming Teekiii Prayer as suggested by the Evan gelical Alliance for the United States Sunday Junnary 8 H04Ser mUlls The Kingdom of God and the Condition of Its Triumphant Advance Thy Kingdom Come Mutt vi 10 Monday Junuury 4 The War rant the Privilege tire Power of Prayer und the Pre uit Nei1ii VorIdwMe Intercession Tuesday January 5lof Christ the One Body of Be lievers Called ol Good to Win the World to Chribt- Wednesday January 6 XII Nations and Peoples the One Unman Family Loved of God Thursday January 7 Miaionn Home and Foreign Departments of tire One Evangelizing Effort Under the One Great Commission Friday January 8 The FAin ilvu Divinely Prepared Found ation of Societys Existence and Wellbeing The School Called of God as a Prune Agency of Mor ul null Intellectual Training Saturday January C The En thronement of Christ Ou Earth the Only Hope ot Humanitys Highest Welfare Sunday January 10 SermonsI The Holy Spirit Gods Free Gift If ye then being evil know how to give good gifts untojonr children how much more shall your Heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask HimU Luke ii 18- LEANDJR T CHAMBERLAIN President During the week Union Prayer Meetings will be held us follows Monday Baptist Church Dr Dodge rueldaylstPreslJtriau J W Crates Wednesday Christ lull G W Shepherd ilinrsdaVi Methodist H McLellan Friday 2nd Presbyterian J W Mc Garvey- J W CRATES Sec Ministerial Assu RichBudptherCoNntyp sopy i The story thatBismark was dropped because he threaten ed to throw an inkpot at his august master is so good that ought to be true says the New York Sun One likes a eat man all the more when one finds that he is human those of us who are not great Many persons never knew anything about the true George Washington Until they und out that he once kicked a house painter out of hit front door for making too free witha housemaid Carlyle said that he would rather read a good description of George standing before the fire with s hands under his coattails an the best account of any battle that was ever printed SECRETSAt Woman on her way to semiinvalidism caused by pregnancy suffers much pain Ignorance prompts her to suffer alone JIn silence and remain in the dark as to the true causcmotherhoo- lt1others Friend takes the doctors hce andshe has no cause for an interview She is her own doctor and he modesty is protected Daily application tr the breast and throughout pregnancy will enable her to undergo the of gestation ia a cheerful mood and rest undisturbed Mothers Friend- sII a liniment for externalise only It osacnflcrfniodstyulissue of l c u clijldren AU woracn Qplfe CO ATLANTA IFbii Sale By virtue of a Judgment and Order of the Madison County Court in the assigneethe Thursday Dec 3103 expose for sale tire entire tract of land Maupinin125 Acres BiJrfiliiin one half mile from Kingston Ky and six milts from Richmond Ky convenient to tire postnflice diarchm Kchouls and to the L N BK It is niiigtiifirent land under good improve ment has a house and outbuildings t is well fenced and well watered It is the most desirable piece of property exposed for sale in tliiscounty for many y arR It will be sold on the above nnmHtl uiayin the premises at 10 a m TERMS This land will ho sold upon a credit of six and twelve months the t ballhfrom date arid another bond for the remaining half of sale price pavable in twelve months from date of sale the o g ratefthpbonllsto secure their pavmetu State M k Trust Co- Awiirnee of Socrates Mrnpin Louisville Itlaatic Eaiboai DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VertlallJesLawrenceburgtBbel SM Lm mandFor Irvine u 11am TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Louisville Lexington and I UMam IIIIrolO M BROWNING Gen Mgr KyRARlchmono Ky L b N1 Time Ta1a Ar ass a m l1M p m l1Dpm 430 pan Livingston Livingston Livingston No 5 Clnnatl and Livings ton Ex south bound MaYBville No Stanford and Maya villa Accm sooth bound No 2t Richmond and Row land Accm south bound No 22 Richmond and Stanford north bound Lv- U48 125pm 350 am ll05pm 810 a m s1Dam New QFa House Friday Night Jan 1 ONE NIGHT ONLY Specialengagement of the Powerful and Pathetic play Dora Thorne Dramatized front the famous Novel by Bertha M Clay tarload of special scenery v A beautiful wardrobe A powerful cast As ye Sow so shall ye Reap Makes women weep andnied think A Play for the Masses aoB sale at Perry Thomas dra e cPnc 25 50 c 7cIII l LADIES FANCY White Handkerchiefs Ladies hemstitched hanokerchiefs open work pattern at 5c 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs i inch hemstitched border embroidery in each corner at Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with J in wallace Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkrchi fs r inch embroidered hemstitched Imported Swiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidere 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 l5c l5c Gents Handkerchiefs and Gents plain white Handkerchiefs Gents high Trade well finished Cambric Handkerchiefs 1 Inch hemstitched bonjer In Persian figures and Oriental designs lOc each Used almost exclu = sively for pillow tops sweeping caps komonas and dressing sacks very effective and absolutely fast colors GENTS BILK FINISHED HANDKEROHIEFSExceldaThis is a npw fabric which retains the lustre after washing ll inch hem Persian figures in each corner at 25c GENTS CASSIMEB MUFFLEBSExtra heavy imported Cassimere Wool Mufflers full size larg assortment of colored plaids at 25c Large assortment Silk and Wool Mufllers at 49c 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 bandsomw border of bold floral designs in white and colors can le used as an ornamental scarf at 25c each Extra fine quality pure Linen Towels full bleached woven in a new range pf large flowers two rows of hemstitching at bottom at 49c I Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets tA purchase from you in all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best way to buy all kinds of merchandise is from r OWEN I Cor Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY J IIa Iii Qti t0dI1tds t Jlir itJti laVali n8qtlft esUiteT nJiiarles Earl deceased are reqiiisied to present same pr prly verified on or before January 20 1904 or same will be barred 16J4t J W HIS E AdwrI Cutting Outfit for Sale Eight horsepower gasoline engine Urge cutter and belting allcomplete and in good running order Apply to D S Harbor Richmond Ky W N Wheeler dec23 2mbiK2 RARE BEAUTY is seen in our collection of things for wear during the coining session From all places where fine Diamonds Jewelry Watches Etc ore procurable we have obtained some liiiur to delight the eye please the ti tP anil satisfy ttiu juilfrment When these charming thinjr are seen it will not be lIeces try for ns to ex plain their merit or sek for pralre Tire preciou stones tire article of gold and silver the various novelties demand atteition and it will he uncrudingly givenT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armer old stand Soil IT Each 25c25c Mufflers iri TofSiie TQn Hundred Dcllarsa Box One 3J yearoid saddle and harnesV mine Will take corn and hnitthe value IL A Tisdale Smnmerton IIaziL7tfsays piles fur irilStopsCord Witts Witch Hazel Salved It curn Laxative Bromo Qtiniiie titO It is n combination of tire hfV cure a cold in one day No rretsI inK properties of Witch Hazel with m pay Price 25 cents tiseptics and emollients relieves bleedingWomenplexinn Pure blood makes it Bur bruises eczmn salt rheum anti all dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood skin diseabes Sold by E G Wines 1m 1m Cold Wave ComingAnd on account of the coal strike the price of wood is up and coal is higher than ever known We have not ad vanced 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 Merchanidse I I New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our stocksthanexaggeratedthat WHITE GOODS CottonjtinyrsfIpgantcollectionand other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See then right away Piques Our Fall MillineryWe are showing beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children instylesout of the ordinary The most assortment inbeaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices the right in lelt HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found hereii k ilethreadand cotton Eveiy pair of Hose offered for sale at this stoio is the betkind in the market AVe do not handle inferior grades atill of the Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full ofonly ask in fairness to yourself to bargains We Compare prices You will findwe have theright prices ren Suits 15 to 350au all prices Come anti see them Boys Suits G duwn to 98c Shoes I Our basement is full of Carpets arid Oil Clothi atlhe right prke Respectfully Submitted t tothe Cash Trde E V Elderi Our Line of Vehiclesi- s offeringspecial RepaitingHorseshoeingand done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call lLuwtaa Lamaaei VJDorV y RICHMOND KY I PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 165 FRESH Groceries jAGENTS FOR i J8o uet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Rijimond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 30 1903 I Stable for rent Apply to decSOtf Mrs A C Buchanan Caldwell High School will resume work Monday January 4 The Ministerial Association rn eta next Monday January 4 in the Y1oI C A Reading Room In Fayette county the date of the 1 primary to select Democratic nominees i for county offices is set for Tuesday Feb 16 A fire at Harrodsburg last week destroyed about 8000 worth of proper ty in the residence portion of the city Several families had a narrow escape from death by burning WilIgings line of pictures 1issuperb He has all kinds all prices 1Prof James H Wilson of Waco school here last Friday This j is the second school taught by Prof assistedjhas given entire satisfaction Prof Wilson will enter the Bible department of Kentucky University at Lexing ton after the holidays Estlll County Herald Edward Downing who wised two acres of tobacco under oanvap has j stripped the crop and says it will yield acrtfJ the quility of the article toi excelling the latter in a greater deirpe com inHiidinc in the open market from 40 In SO cents per pound as against 7 to 12 enls for open cultivation Lexing ton Herald Koney For Schools I The State Auditor has sent out 71 7o9 to he distributed among the graded schools of the State Social Session The Elkwill hold asocial session next Friday evening in their clubrooms j All of thememneni lodge areJ most earnestly urged to be present 4I Auction j In order to reduce his superb stock of jewelry before moving into the Col- linJ building on Jan Mr T A Rob 11111 U holding an auction each day from 13i to 9 p m Colonel Tom Che d iiiiult nmductintr the sale JWreck1 Last inlay morning just as the 355 L fc N pns oneer train was nearing I the roil a car mi the L A in KOIIIH inmrct mtahle way smashed into the iiaz Hiep car overturning and com i plrtulv demolishing it The front 1trnckK wre also knocked from under the smoking car Fortunately no one 4Wa mjnrxl and the only dampen was IhO property and delaying of the train whirl did not leave untilabout eleven oclock e13 tt T O9 For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf Miss Laura S Bright Assignments Mr J W Murray the Irvine street saloon keeper made an assignment Monday to Mr J J Greenleaf As sets and liabilities unknown OtHce Dip Beginning the first of January 1904 MondayFridayJ W WAGERS Supt of Public Schools Notice I have determined to sell strictly for cash atter Jan 1 1904 Please not ask me to violate this rule by waiting credit All will be treated alike dec30lmo W M Creekmore A nice picture is a suitable Christmas gift You can find anything you want in this line at Willgirigs For Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house has just been completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office tf Mr Taylor Going to Texas As Mr C H Taylor is going to Texas to look after his land interest in that section he has decided to sell his farm which is advertised in this issue of the CLIMAX This farm is one of the most sightly near this city ly ing just outside the city limits and is as fine a piece of blue grass land as can be found in the state Mr Taylor should find a ready buyer Cupid Stops a Laundry The Nlcholaaville Steam Laundry had been closed for several days and the proprietor C A Kenny is on the lookout for experienced laundry girls This is the result of the marriage last Friday of three of the girls employed During five years time sixteen girls employed in this laundry have married Moral If a girl wants to marry let her work for tile Nicholaaville Laun dry Burglars at Work Last Sunday night thieves broke into M Creekmores saloon on First street and secured 45 in cash They entered through a side door and as yet no clue has been found to de ermine their identity The same night House Bros meat shop was broken into but only 85 cents was secured They also entered Dur hams grocery next door to the meat shop but got nothing A Few Plain Words Some Subscribers hould Surely Seethe tenSe of uch Spelling as thiS We want to approach the Subject aS tact fully and delicately aS possible It if hard to Say anything and not really lay it So if you have not already gueSSed our meaning maybe it will occur to yon if we Simply Say there iS Something that every man needS in hiS bnine Maybe you have Some of curS mixed up with your We dont begrudge you yourS but we Should be thankful to receive our Share Bell brook Moon probably swiped tedhan dub Notes The Oecilinn Club met last Wednes day afternoon with Miss Laura Bright at her home on Lancaster avenue The subject for the meeting was National Airs Mrs Hugh McLellan being leadpr gave a most interesting talk on the origin of the Star Spangled Banner The national airs of Scotland Ireland England Austria Germany Italy France and Russia were all played sung or discussed and last but best our own America was sung by all the members Miss Laura Bright rendered one of her sweet solos much to the delight of all present At the conclusion of the program a delicious lunch of salad wafers and coffee waa erved The invited guests were Misses Mary and Mattie Tribble and Laura Bennett The next meeting will be held with Mrs Ansil D Miller on January 13 C r j J December is the last month in the year It is also my last i 1 jbeMain street where can be found iteverything in Groceriesfancy J I all kinds of fine J- J Christmas Fruits and Candies 1- J In fact everything to be found J in a firstclass grocery I will h- J be pleased to have my 1 friends continue with me theIw remaining three weeks as theytwhave always done in the past and the new firm also itl E Oeatherage Co- c c tj Ih WVU VW 7 Deep CuTs on Suis and In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room later so weve made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Our loss is heavy and your gain will be equally great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale 18 20Choice 152250 for 25 Go through our great stock and take you choice of exceptedforstyle and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on J250 15 for1oRich handsome Suits and Overcoats made hi the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a songJOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price Young Ments Suits and Overcoats ages 16 to 20 ears at the same startling reductions as in the mens aepartment e r 6 r Continued Advertising Brings Ssccos Newspaper advertising costs you too much when you try it to day and stop it tomorrow says the Tampa Fla Tribune So would clerks cost you too much if you hireJ them for a day now and then Same with delivery wagons The wheels of your business must never stop and the whole machinery is out ot gear unless the big ing wheel is always turning A Numoouj Family Sixtytwo years ago a man named Jones moved from Kentucky to Paths county Missouri taking with lim his family of ten children At a reunion recently held at Everton 1919 of his descendants were present and there are a few who were unable to attend Almost allof his descendants have married and settled in the same neigh hond in Southwestern Missouri ratnlnlly tnt A fight occurred Friday in H G Creekraores saloon on Main street between Sam James son of Chas James and Henry Collins colored in which the formor received a painful cut in muscle of the left arm The fight was inerupted by policemen who arrested both parties and placed them in Castle Lackey Bill mss Farm For Sale Having interests in Texas that require my timeand attention antI which I am compelled to attend to I offer for sale my farm of 87 acres situated mile from Court House on Lancaster pike The wholu place w in splendid blue grass sod has 8rooin frame dwell lug almost entirely new never failing water new fence around whole place Must be teen to be Pus session given any day For further information call on or address t OLBY H TAYLOR Telephone 292 Richmond Ky 3odtf Highly Complimented Last week the Messiah was heard in Lexington by a large crowd anti since our noted young singer Miss Minnie Dykes was one of the soloists we feel more than usual interest in the pro unction Miss Dykes to use Professor DeRoodes own words carried off the honors of the evening This critic went on to say All the soloists seem to sing too throaty with forced voices it gives a certain power and penetration to the middle register but except Miss Dykes makes a break at the head notes Riclmond U indeed proud ot her sweet singer and trust that she will rech to fame in the music world yet undreamt of rora Thome Chance is the main thing in theat neal life as well as in other vocation It is perhaps perfectly in the emphatic success which Miss Helene Curral has won in portraying the title role of Dora Thorne Several actresses of reputation were interviewed in regard to playing the part but all lacked either appearance or temper ment Miss Carral was un known she had played various roles of an emotional nature iu support of leading stars and in stock companies but had never been entrusted with a stellar role Mr Crescy the producer of Dora Thorne by chance saw her in a New York dramatic agency anti became of the opinion that Mists Helene Carral was fitted for the role An interview followed and the fortunate young lady soon had in her possession H contract to which was appended both her and Mr Crescys signatures and mentioned a weekly sti pend that was much the largest she had ever received At the reheafrals Mr Crescy often him self OB his discovery but not until the first did he fully realize thin value of his Hud Dora Thorne with Miss Helene Carral in the leading role and supported by the entire origi nal cast is booked to appear hero at the New Of f Howe Friday JMMtry 4 Skinner and Rehan in ShakcsptareI Otis Skinner and Ada R han have formed one of the strongest star com binations that the stage has seen in years With the Augustan Daiy pro duction and an unexcelled cast they will be seen at the Lexington Opera House Tuesday January 5 and will present of the Shrew The advance sale opens Saturday A Rice Contract We wish to call special attention to the of Covingion Banks which appears in this issue of our paper These upto date business have long recognized the CLIMAX as a magnificent medium and have closed a contract for next year during which time they will occupy the space each weekas is used by them in todays issue This is probably the largest yearly contract ever made with aRichniond newspaper ovinxtoti Banks realize the worth of and we trust this enlarged space may hiring them in an hundred fold Masonic Officers Elected In accordance with the annual custom the Richmond Lodge No 25 F A 11met Monday night in their handsome quarters and elected the following oflicers for the ensuing year W R Shackelford W M R Letcher S W It W Miller J WS- S Parks Treasurer and Ed Ballard Tyler E P Clark and George Taylor were appointed Senior and Junior Deacons After the busi ness session the Masons enjoyed an elegant lunch which was served in the most approved style in the banquet hall OTHER LODGES Waco Lodge No 338 met Monday aud elected the following officers R C Bonny W M Alex Williams S W Dillard Hall J W Dennis Zittle Treasurer W T Fielder Secretary Wm Hall Tylei Rev Allen and Squire Metcalf were appointed benior and Junior Deacons The Kingston Lodge No 315 F A M met Saturday and elected the following oflicers J W Herndon Master J L Carpenter Senior War den JM Terrill Junior Warden R W Boulware Secretary T C Witt Treasurer Wra M tin day Tyler Young Woman Wants to Wed a Soldier Asts Senator McCrtary to Help Her Get His Release A special from says Senator James B McCreary of Ken tricky tells a romantic story without mentioning names All the persons interested are Kentuckians and the readers of this story must do their own guessing as to their identity Some where in the Blue Grass State is a charming young woman the daughter ot a prominent citizen who is in love with a Kentucky soldier doing service iu the The young people are engaged to be married hut the great distance between them has proved to be a very sedans obstacle The soldiers fiancee hiss wanted to join her betrothed In the faraway ar chipelago but her parents objected to her such a long journey and leading the life of the bride of a private in tile ranks Her father thought he could find a happier solu tion of the problem by getting the young man out of this army and ac cordingly he wrote to Senator McCreary asking that he make an effort to have the soldier discharged This the Senator will endeavor to do He called at the War and stated the case to the proper officials He afterward said he was given and he thinks the discharge may be brought about The Senater gave ae bis reason for not dis closing the names of the bride and groom the delreof the young wofflans father not to give the- matter publicity on thc ground that i- twaprylaL1yfdr 0 T BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 1 25and1 50 Take your all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 U CIOThiNQ FiTS appreciated disagreeable exemplified practically photograph immediately particularly performance Th1lImlnJt advertisement thoroughly advertising bdverlising respectively Washington Philippines undertaking Department encouragement prospective The offer For Rent The Moberley place for the year 1004 Apply to J Win Wagers 30d4t Eec a1e Medium size roll top office desk revolving chair and three other good office chairs all leather bottoms 7 tf G W GATES Election of Dlrectois The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Madison National Bank will he held on Tuesday January 12 1904 in the directors room for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year ROUT It BOKNAM Cashier Fatally Injured Last Saturday a man by the name of Tom White got off the Li A train at Brasfcfleld in an intoxicated condition It is supposed lie received a fall sustaining injuries he died Monday He was 40 years old and leaves a wife but no children Madison Institute This institution will resume fork next Tuesday A number of new stu dents from ailigtauce are expected and the second term which opens January 18 promises to be more prosperous even than the firdt hai been Miss Peppard the art teacher has entirely recovered her health and will be ready for her class next luesday and Miss OJen of Alabama the teacher of stenography typewriting antI book keeping will begin her work at the same time Complimented At the close ot the Christmas entertainment at the Southern Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon W G Chapman speaking for the officers ot the church announced that beginning with January let the salary of the pastor would be increased 100 a year This shows the grit of the congregation when it is remembered that they are now in the midst of the good undertaking of erecting the handsome new church building They are certainly a determined and progressive body Frankfort Journal The pastor refeired to In the above notce is Rev William Crowe Jr formerly of this city His friends here congratulate him sincerely over his success in lila chosen field Young Nan Educate For Success at Wilbur Smiths Business College Teachers clerks and farmer boys should pursue a business course of shorthand typewriting or telegraphy at Wilbur Smiths Business College Lexington Ky He refers to 10000 successful graduates including many leading business men of this county This college is responsible and influen tial Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded graduates The demand for his graduates at this time to fill positions exceeds the supply Stu dents can begin at any time Cost reasonable If you have any idea of attending a Business College this win ter or spring write at once for a large illustrated catalogue to Wilbur It Smith Lexington Ky Promoted General Manager A C Hone of the L A railroad haa issued the following bulletin Mr OlII Browning having resigned as traffo manager of the Louisville and Atlantic railroad Air H R Smith is hereby appointed gen eral freight and passenger agent Ef fective Jan 1 1904 Since Mr Smith Is well known here this news will be a source of great pleasure to his friends He is a native ot Irvine and has been connected with the LtIC A in different capacities almost since its beginning He easily proved his splendid worth and the IIINIfHWfI lent 01 the road quick to real M Meb have promoted Mr Smith Mt1d4y unll t ow he hold the respon Hb4 position of general freight and pMHMRer agent Mr Smith has our Iwwtkst congrattihttioM and we hope to se him at the erytop notch in the raik work u J 4great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 Itis like into an art studio to enter Willgings He has thestore most complete line of pictures ever in the city Prices to suit all pocket books Hygienic Toilet toI In the following notice I wish make a few remarks concerning the toilet articles which J sell They are known as the Hygienic Toilet Requisites and Melton Preparations Purity is without a doubt the desired quality in all preparations for the tace and body The preparations I handle ore pure absolutely so they are free from any injurious chemicals and may be used with impunity on the most deli cate arid sensitive skin The list of articles I have include hygeiutc skin food complexion powder soaps balms tooth paste toilet water high grade perfumes etc My prices are most reasonable and I feel confident if any one uses these articles they will never be without them 1 shall be pleased to show my samples at any time and I use this method to ask thepeoplc of Richmond to give me their patronage in this line MBS ALICE JONES Main St next door to Pipgs Grocery decSOtf Winchester Dry Town The Winchester Democrat says The liquor question in this city has reached a most interesting stage For some years in accordance with a vote of the people licensed saloons have existed in North Winchester precinct At the last meeting of the old City Council the saloon keepers filed the usual application for renewal of licenses The matter went over to the new council which refused to grant license The old license expired Wednesday night and the saloons closed The sa loon men sight in number tendered City Clerk Quisenberry SO 600 in gold and demanded license which was re fused The saloon men have John M Stevenson of this city and Nesbitt Watson of Mt Sterling and will bring the matter before Judge Benton in Romt manner in an endeavor to force the council to grant license The qnes tion is an entirely new one and no mat ter how Judge Benton decides it will probably go to the Court of Ap peels PERSONAL Miss Ruth Crows is visiting in Dan villeMr Allen Zaring was in Mt Sterling last week Mr Charles Chenault was in Lexing ton last week Mr Conway Taylor is at home from Cincinnati Mr Jesse Alverson of Stanford was here last week Mr and Mrs It A Woolums spent Christmas in Falmouth Mr Leslie Rice of Winchester spent Christmas with home folks Mr and Mrs Joe A Myers are at home from their wedding trip Mrs G W Pickets is entertaining Miss Kate Miller of Lexington Mr B D Gordon spent Christmas with his parents In Nicholaeville Mr Joe Tevis Lexington haa been visiting relatives and friends here Mrs B L Middleton spent Christ mas with her patents In Shf1lbY11 Mr Howard Edwards of Paris was In the city last Friday and Saturday The Walters School will resume tfptb on Tuesday Jaunary 5 at Bine oclock Mr and Mrs H P Reid spent Christmas with the formers mother in Mt Sterling su etwit1IINIea =JHa to of Cyn Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7or 4 None reserved thiana spent last week with Dr and Mrs C S Holton Dr May Phelps of Versailles spent Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs M A Phelps Mr and Mrs S llN Moser of Chilli cothe Ohio are guests of Mr and Mrs Ballard H Luxon Miss Curraleen Smith spent Christ mas with her sister Mrs James Ben ton in Winchester Mr R L Gentry returned from Ohio last Thursday night and spent Christ mas with his familv Mr Richard Bush of Mississippi spent Christmas with relatives and friends in this City Mr Caswell Tribble of Louisville spent Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs Dudley Tribble Mrs Harry Scrivner spent Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs Sim Hamilton in Estill county Mr Burred Million who is employ ed by the Jeisamlne Journal spent Christmas with his home folks in this cityMr R S Crowe who has been teaching school in Virginia this winter is visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Crowe Mr and Mrs H P Harris hav re turned from Louisville where tbey spent Christmas with the formers parents NashvillelTennhis parents other relatives for a few days Mr Frank French who is employed by the Frisco railroad at Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits and Overcoats perfect in fit and style Buy one for knockabout wear even if you dont need it now the cost is trifling750 500 SUITS Reduced 8 10 and 1250 WeVe culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carrie over from last year and marked them all at tne prrried 5 00 An extraordinary opportunity for a ev day Suit for next to 7I =Cash only none charged these prices will not allow it eDYINBTDNOUR advertlsj immediately congratulated pickof fremwhich stepping Alberqueiqne from nothing 4j Ne u is here on a visit to his parents ando ter relatives Miss tella Thomson who Im Jheen in Mt Sl rUng for several months has returned yo Rirhnond much to the delight of fjer many friends Professor afcd Mrs J W McGarvey and Mr Earl nd Miss Roy McGarvey all spent Chris nas with president anti Mrs McGarvey J Lexington Mrs G G PreVtt was called to Lexington last Satu day by the serious illness of her mothe Mrs Henrietta Bronston who is sullying Irbiu pneu monia Miss Mabel Letton is lsitinA relatives in Falmouth She wj go lafr to Muncie Indiana to visiter sis4er Mrs Di Martin who wasforuiierNy Miss Patsy Letton Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley have gone to Bermuda Iclanote to spend the winter They were act IIII panied by Miss Stuart Weed of rc w York who will be their guest Miss Elizabeth S Miller of Indianap oils Ind is the attractive guest of Mr and Mrs Ansil D Miller on Fourth street Miss Miller has visited here several times and has many friends in tins city Mr Russell Railey and Miss Eliza beth Walker bVjlfcuf Versailles Were married last Wednesday in Columbia Missouri The bride Is well known here having often visited Mrs C M Howard nee Bethenia McCord Mr aud Mrs Harvey Rogers announce the engagement of their daugh ter Miss Jane to Walker P Reid The wedding will take place at the We Can SatisfyYour lts Because we can fit your feet with the correct Shoes In our Ladies and Childrens equalsWeton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the l evercshown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen Quality Shoe for Women Prices 300 and 350 brides home Wednesday January 1901Mt Sterling Gazette Mr Reid is well known here being a brother to Mrs DlI Chenault Mr W B Feland for a long time with the Rogers Shoe Co of this city is in St Louis where he has a position with the Globe Shoe Co one of the largest establishments of its kind in the Worlds Fair City Mr Felands Lexington friends will be to hear of his Lexington Leader Mrs A C Buchanan entertained at tea last Wednesday evening in honor of Mr anti Mrs Leonard Quinn of Bloomington III Those who enjoyed the occasion were Mr and Mrs Will Park and mother Mr Tom Covington Mrs John Baldwin Mr and Mrs Mat Igo Mr and Mrs Walter Park Misses Vteulah and Eloisn Million Messrs Walter Quinn and Carroll Park sIs r and Airs Alexander R Logan anno moo the engagement of their ydauglnVr Miss Charlotte Logan to Mr ames I rchibald Bell The wedding thi be sOVewuized at the home of the yong Jail s parents some time in February 1ti Miss Logan is one of iWt cl19lflg young women in ShelbylleinVAiirnbers a host of ad mirersandIhe young man is a Bell tMr and Mrs W Henry Beln of Station and a sterling ou 10 has attracted 11iendsShielbySentinel old C U Studt I jg aquite wel- lremembered her an dove notice will ole a bit of pll The abovs to his many friendu heret ne b In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department Our line of Highout Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the winter days that always have come and are sure to come again IN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglash- ave no superior We have sold these lines with more satis faction to QUI trade and when once tried the satisfaction prompts youtb buy anotherpair v CALL AND SEE US- I pleased promotion 111a RICE AND ARNOLD t 1fOlSSIONAIOARDS 11i t iiTTOI1L If tN MILLER JRlCUXOND ATTOKXBTATLAW KKNTUCKT Building next feb3ly door to I1i1 J A ScrJJrv JJ t ATTORNEY AT LAW KENTUOKYiover State Rank Trust Co oj rpnsite Court Ifonw u Main Street 1 LO4DUAULTII ATTORNEYS T LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office u StiCfinil street over Chen ultft grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY ISOffire over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORVEYS AND- COUNBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over Perry k Thoma drugstore PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIA NS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofice in tbr Dr Hjbson ouildmg MlnStreet IIEEOVanceUOMiSs D 0 Osteopathic Physicians ccIlobsou Bull Jug v literature tunnelled on application ZrZoNSUiTATIONfREefjurtlimtes t opathyr DETL3UflGT r Dt 1aette iio o i lOSSYIS OP LOUISVILLE Ky SdOftloe next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office honrs 9 to Ul to 4 novlTly n or WI Blanton t DENTIST OVOfflcein Bennett Building anly T1JLHPHONE 196 1 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wedneslay January 13 1904 WJ 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE II TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CAnyoneqnlokly ascertain cur 010 free whether an ConimuncitkHIssent free Oldest airenrr fr econnjrpatentaPatents taken through k Co receIve LSCA handsomely Illnntrated weeilf Tjirrat dr 31roJ ATTENTIOJ JJf Wo have mnvflil onr pnisp htmlices from the Eiiat End of jjTlain i street to tIit Garpetttstoreroorp f t COIlIJl wel IIre we wAil he gIa9t to wel come ourfiends al patrons Ve will to nay the liijjIiesVmlrketPrice for Egs7Ou1r Hides and other reduce I newIf1G c vince you that we I 1re the leaders in the Produce Business in countyIGOTT BROS Second street janlv RICHMOND KY lj odol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it KingsNew For fONVM1TIONI OLDS IIA Cure Perfect 111 For All Throat and Lung Troubles J Money back If It falls Trial BoW Ire ++++ CALL LT + JONES MEFSBON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN refreshingf dispensedbydation ieanlne Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sssss Phone 3 Second St TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence ItI We are pleased places it is on in sale at tostatethatI Arbuckle Simmons rieatcv k Hamilton O Finnel J W Masters J V Whltlock John btapp Burton Roberts J W Te ter J W Prewitt L A Wcsrren f C McWhtrter Blckuerk Early LTCoy c 1 R chmond Waco Red House Valley View Ruth ton- Edenton ottonburg Paint Lick- Waflaceton Berea KirkiTille OLD JOE WHISKY jt SijMaSll1Eveiy teBflto 11urePt h of JfaetureBETTER vi 14 can be found for medicinal per posee You want the liest Furnished Slrlctlv to Family Trade I 10 veer old in jugs SI 00 per gallon 10 bottles 5u5 4jugs 260 V A5 fNewOrders promptly fijlnd f v 4 WILEY S E A RCYt rPJOld Joe Distillery lIC11rfl3CT novlyr Anderson countyVKv 1 L ommi ion gale f4 0 1J iiIlaitI PfTs- Jttgztinst Lyu all l rrlhliicy nit p EquityOKy virtue pf n oKalltlf llieMlisn irmiit Court rviulrflil at ifieiyeieinixr IVrni bet i fJOS iii IUt rntixe tin iuirjgil Will o- nThursday Dec 3 J03 Hei wettiyi IIH hours of 11 oclock a II iiull2 r mk III on the premises it Iticliitind Madison cmnty Ky pro cwlo HXJIKBB toi Piilic Sale to tin lltttit west bidiler the following nfrerty viz I A Certain Lot with house thureun ami appurtenances iliereiintn lielonjrinjr pituated in the ciiy of Utrliinniul Ky being on the west side of First street and bounded is filloH FrontiiiK on said Street nliiint 24 feet and Jiinuiuc liatlc tiwar u lSttuVhrenn the loflof Joe KunsaeLGentry cud Mrs Thomas Elis same lot deeded to yinnn Parri h by S D Pirrish by deed now nn record in the Madison County Court Clerks office to which reference is now made for more Itfinite boundary 01 a sum len quantity thereof to pro duce the sum of 18355 the atnmitit ol money so ordered to be made and the ctisH tiere- dTEtISSale will be made on credit of KX months The purchaser will bn required to give bond with ap proved security fr tile payment ol the purchase money to have the force aid itlTect of a judgment bearing legal interest from ay of sale wltha Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money Is paid S E SOOTT M C M C C Holiday Rites TiaUt A For the above occasion the L A will sell round trip tickets at rate of one and onethird fare plus 25 cents Dite of sale December 23 24 25 3031 and January 1 with final limit Jac 4 See local agents for particulars R A Woolums S A L L R BLANTON DEALER IN I C iIteed Salt Sand Lime f Cement Plaster Hair Etc iComer Main and B Streets aprSO lyrPhone 85 Rt A maidjI 4 To purchase flour kind sir she said What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir shesaid go with you my pretty maid jYoullnever repent it sir she said r And he never repented in allhis life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to His wife l Ml U1c ii i Elliston IZ Company Phone 166 3 WAGO f KY f r twool Carding in Season Jr t TT a l P f 1 A Holiday Opportunityi- s a name that might well be applied to The Rocket Store This is- where Xmas Biers 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 t wagonlToys Be sure and call at The Racket Store MAIN STREET SUIT BRATTON Props DIB SHACKELFOiD 00 Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE UorseandCattleSzyleStays galvanizedAirplyBlasting Never goes wrong no matter how great a strain is put on it hogslandEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and by us Call and see it Can show you how it will save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days D1 Shockelford Co We keep on hand at all times a good supply of rush Creek CoalA from the new mines that are be tiifr operated finish rpk Ry and do not he itat9 to Kay that you will find this in 1an ideal ghillsperfecLRatisrnclion Jellico and other grades Coal Feed Lime Sandr Gemlit1f If Jfc- t vWe the it 1Sand solicit a share of your patronage We Guarantee PromptService Weight Letcher Witt Coal Yard and Warehouse Phone 142 L N Depot Richmond Kv DONTthr- ow your money away for the kind of COALth- atis as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tis better for you to buy from sand be certain of getting the Right Kind AtLthe Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven WE ALSO KEEP K ita i COTXV B iTvi11r Jack Freeman Mgr TefephooeJM v xrj 7 WeakHearts everyoneIndigestiononlytrazeabo hhichthebethatdeUcatelwIstom2Chroubo gouthsEatii 3 strata and tho heartof all pressure Hkactilr 100 Size holding 2K times the triij au sine which zeUs for Soc Prepared by r f DaWITT CO CHICAGO For sale by Perry Thomas A Costly Mistake Blunders are soinetinifm very expen sive Occasionnlly life itself is till price of a miPtak5 hut youll never be 1ePillsiche Liver of towel tro blpI They ire gentle yet ilioronah 25c at any drill store im STERLING NOVELTIES There were never before so many use ful novelties made In sterlincsilverand never in the world were such thinct old so reasonably We have hundreds ii pretty and usefularticles Thins that you need Urines that are snitabi 0 for little gifts that you can buy for from EOc to 42 60 L E LANE 4t A Bicycle Runaway Terminated with an uJ1v cut on the lep of J B Ornnr Franklin Grove III It unyleldinl1toThen Bnrklens Arnica Salve cnred inEruptlollsstores im RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enough f usual occasions The famijy bnttl 60 cents contains a supply for a yeai All druggists sell them For Sale or Trade A neat four room col tape onliindell avenue Lot 45x185 good cistern and small barji Will pay cash difference in trade Apply to 18n to If JESSE DYKES Good for Children isOneate relief in cases of Cough Crimp and LaGrippe because it does not pass im 15mediatelyeffect right at the seat of the trouble healsalltlputlilugivingiind Iijofsays there fs no better eoDfjh remedy made Sold by E O Wine 1m for RsttI desire to rent residence with good JArdeland llck sinith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on ar address John W Wiisow ZntfJoXklwn Ky fI o bk tI AyersLosing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense InSthat Why obnt you use Ayers Hair Vigor and Hair Vigorpromptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to growI too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better Ayers flaIr Yliror Is great Inc esl with ctheall right C LOOSUON Undlay Cal flOe a botU J c ATEH co Alt drunlltsfor JfJJJJJ JIJjJJi Thin Hair IN SMALL DOSES News of Progress of Worlds Fair Work In Kentucky BIG APPLE AND PEAR DISPLAY Lawn of Kentucky Building Sown In Blue GrassExhIbits of Womcn Work Arranged ForDisplay of Hemp Broken by MachinerySectsm Two Feet Long ExhibIty Mr H R Whltesldcs dJ lotvllle the well known proS war has bought 10000 barrels of apples in Henderson county where by the way fruit of this kind seems to have flourished more than anywhere els Ir Kentucky this yearand fiftyfive barfrels are being culled from the entirehlot for Kentuckys play at the Worlds Fair next year The varieties are Ben Davis trin Sap Winter Pearmaln Black Twig and Rome Beauty The fiftyfive bar rels turned over by Mr Whitesides to the Exhibit Association have been carefully wrapped In two different pa perscach apple separately accord Ing to Instructions given out by EXpo- sition officialsand have been shIpped to Louisville to be placed In cold stor age until taken to St Louis next April The Louisville Veteran Firemens Association has unanimously voted to jfttend the Worlds Fair next year In a body It will carry along an old hand fire engine used In antebellum days and In a parade on the grounds fcVOT member being In oldfash honed firemans uniform will doubtless attract a great deal of attention Col E C CuIP the Secretary of the the fpoltlonmens Day and the Louisville lad dies all of whom are close around three score and ten In age will go over on whatever date Is selected The two hundred foot lawn In front of the Kentucky State Building at the Worlds Fair Is being sown In blue grass So It will present an at tractive appearance when the Exnosl tlon opens next April 30 This wok Is In charge of Mr Henry Nanz the Chairman of the Florlcnltural Com mlttee of the Exhibit Association In addition to sowing the lawn In blue grass Mr Nanz Is transplanting all the beautiful shrubbery native to Kentucky In March he will sot out numerous flower beds so the picture will become more beautiful as spring glides into summer The postmaster at WoodvIUo InI McCracken county Mr Wade Brown Is very enthusiastic over Kontckys display at St Louis next year awl has collected some very fine frranes and other agricultural products He Is alao gathering specimens for the Kentucky forestry exhibit at St Louis Chiei Milan H Hilbert of Vie Department of Manufactures of tIp Worlds Fair has written the KenI tucky Exhibit Association that partment pas decided to Install all exhibits of individual womens work such as embroidery handmade lace decorated china typography etc He will assign a limited area in the Vat led Industries Building for a show case to accommodate decorated china and like exhibits and In the section of the Manufacturers textlesI Ing to accommodate eral needlework etc The Kentucky Exhibit Association Invites au Ken tucky women Interested In these dIs- plays to correspond with Its secretary at Louisville on the subject Miss Sue Sutherland a teacher In the city schools at Owensboro is using the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion map Issued by the Worlds Fair at St Louis as supplements matter before her pupils The purchase of the Louisiana territory which now embraces about onethird of the total area of the entire United States was one of the most Interesting acts In American history and a school chili of today takes very kindly to any Instruction along this line because so many of them contemplate vlstlng the Exposition at St Louis next year which is to commemorate this great eventAmong other Interesting features of the hemp display to be made from Kentucky at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be a sample of this fiber broken bymactft Breaking hemp by machln ta a revolution In this great Kentucky Industry Up to this time the colored man has had a monopoly In hemp breaking doing It by the oldfashioned method after the hemp had been p 1101 w ft tha ground for several weeks The mz chine which breaks hempand I costs several thousand dollarstakeit the hemp soon after It rotting anti gets even better result than the darkey with his oldUr break Mr J T Gilkey who lives net Winchester In Clark county has sent to the Kentucky Exhibit Association a sample of the California yard bean grown by himself from seed sent to him from the native clime of the vegetable These beans have the right name being fully three feet in length and have taken very kindly to the Kentucky soil In the vegetable display to bo made by Kentucky at the Worlds Fair there will be several beets two feet in length grown by Mr John Knadler of Valley Station These have been put in dry storage and will be held there until shipped to St Louis with the rest of Kentuckys agricultural display next spring A fine collection of minerals and clays has been gathered by Mr W W Simmons In and around Nelson county for Kentuckys exhibit rt the Worlds Fair next year t DIAMONDS Are the most interesting of all jewels They have figured in history poem 4nd eong been the cause of death without numbers linked hearts to gether provided relidymonfY all the while serving as beautijnt ornament Nothing could be more acceptable or economical a gift tn ones self or ones friends Prices range fromS to 250 all good flawless stones 214t I IL LANE When you want good flonf iJonquet floerYoc ssle by Thii 1IiIIWI3I I J B MARCUMS WIDOW the Announces Her Determination IeI Leave Jackson KyIffaclcson Dee 23Mrs Abrella Marcum wlfyjw of j B Marcum who was assassinated in the courthouse doorway here last May has announced er determination to leave Jackson h slll start for Michigan the last of this month where she and her family will make their future home She e accompanied by her children willI She says she is leaving tler to rear her boys outside of an- tmosphere of feuds into which they were born Her husband left his family in good financial condition He had 25000- life insurance which was paid to his widow and a short time before his death soldhls Jackson homo for 2 800 cash He also owned a tract of oal lands valued at 8000 and a tract of Umber land worth 10000 Died on a Train Lexington Ky Dec 23Prof Frank Smith aged 68 of Cynthiana died Tuesday afternoon on Capt J5 W- Throckmortons train on the Ix N railroad half way between Cincinnati and Cynthiana He was riding in an invalids chair in the baggage car and was accompanied by several friends He had suffered from stomach trouble a w lInhereWanted a Christmas Dinner Newport Ky Dec 23Hutch Waters a wellknown character in police circles in this city had no better prospects for a good Christmas dinner than in jail so he broke loose and was locked up by Patrolman Cottlng ham on the charge of drunkenness ith a fine of 1 and costs he will re ain in the bas tile until after the new ear begins Named All For Beckham Frankfort Ky Dec 23Gov Beck ham has received a letter from a fond father in an Eastern Kentucky county announcing the birth of triplets alloys and that he has named all three or the governorthe first John Beck am the second Cripps Beckham and the third WIckllffo Beckham with the surname added Died From Their Injuries Mt Sterling Ky Dec 23Elza Goodpastor and Lane Montgomery who were Injured in the explosion of the grist mill boiler at Chambers Menefee county two days ago died since It is given out by physicians that Samuel Bellamy who was also injured in the accident can not live Drilling Another Well Campton Ky Dec 23The Wolfe County OH and Gas Co began the drilling of its oil well No 3 on the John Williams farm near this place This well is wlthln 300 yardsof well No2 which is claimed to be the best well that has been drilled in this field Accidentally Killed His Cousin Louisville Ky Dec 23A dispatchL rom Sprlngfreld Ky says was unloading an old revolver at Tatham Springs when it was dis charged the bullet striking his 10 yearold cousin Grant Scott in the stomach killing him instantly Sent to Prison For 15 Years Barbourvllle Ky Dec 23lJIe jury in the case of the commonwealth against Wilbur Hopkins which was finished Saturday brought in a verdict Monday imposing a sentence of 15 years Hopkins shot George Cole about three years ago- Satoonkeepers to Test Law ML Sterling Ky Dec 23The Win chester saloons will be kept open after the expiration of their license In order to test the order of the council refus- Ing to issue license The keepers have engaged Hon Charles Bronston to represent them- Kentucky Timber Land Sold ML Sterling Ky Dec 2Forty thousand acres of timber lands on which is said to be an immense amount of fine walnut In Breathitt county have been sold to a syndicate of New York and Michigan capitalists for 12 per acre- Unknown Man Kills HimselfILouisville Ky Dec 23An un known white man about 18 years ofIage dressed as a laborer committed suicide at Fourth and C streets at 1 oclock Wednesday morning by shoot aICampbell Elected to Congress Paducah Ky Dec 23J Wheeler Campbell democrat was elected state senator from the Second senatorial FerIgilsontion and Mr Campbell had no opposi tion Bartenders Ask For More Money Louisville Ky Dec 23The bartenders of this city have decided to ask for a raise in wages of 2 a week beginning January 1 The increased profits from the slot machines are said to have occasioned the demand Aged Woman Passes Away Owl gsvllle Ky Dec 23Mrs Fa- gan aged 93 Is dead In Menifee coun ty She was believed to be the oldest woman in Eastern Kentucky Find Oil at 500 Feet Barboursville Ky Dec 23The Kentucky Joint Oil Co brought in a 50barrel well on IUchland creek Mon day at a depth of 500 feet The saloonkeepers of Lexington Ky agree to stop slot machine gambling if the grand jury will not indict them France has within six months paid In subsidies for new ships 38600000 For Rent Two nice office rooms nit Main etn et Apply to Douulrs Culion 2tootf Nn 20 New Connecticut Food Chop tier 1lt the Racket Store For Sale One suite of heavy walnnt furniture four pieces Cost S400 Will II Ir100 Too large for bed room in my home Can be seen at Silver Creek Phone No1 long ring or five 107 7tt G W GATES Heal your bedroom with a Gas Rang Sold by Richmond Water LiehtCo A full lint of fine candies Inei ing Lnwnpye chocolates and bonbons at Frnza Bros Tour of Old Mexico Via H O S W nnder personal es cart The American Tourist Associa tion Selected Clientele Limited All exclusive privileges independent travel Special Pullman Vestibnlod Train Baggage Drawing Room Compart ment Library and Music Room and the famouappen top Observation Car Chililitli Tickets including iijicx pepsps everywhere Leaves January 20 100lFnr information Address OPMcCartyGtA B fc 0 S W Cincinnati O Our lute of pictures and pTcture frames wait never so complete We have an unucuatiy large Block of such things for Christmas Come and eee tiei fef ue1Jerh l Phil Willgipg L I am terribly bother ed about milking my will CHRISTMAS ty Is near a Majestic Malleable Iron and Steel Ranges SOLD ONLY BY Arbuckle and Simmons of means to you the in the world at cost Do not fail to our house when Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 I A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT One Mimli hottlr nf hulls Onat Di covery cures jill kutliiiycitti btaildcr i iiiovtf jravl dialxi tmUsions weak and i nic bllc- krhUlllltlim tutu till irrpjiilirilieH ul- II kidnevsiiiii Iilwddr in boil IIIHII Hill WIMIIII ivunlnlcH hliuldfr ininblHE n ch lilrni If not sold by y mr drill jixl will besiqit iiy illIlI fceipt of 1 OiirHiiiHll bottlf is tvyn montlie iieatment anti will ijie anv C sit nbnve ineiitioiiftl lr E Ilullsilt titan ii fact n er P 0 Kor nJ lLII it Send for tetitnnniils Sulti hall lniilt and Owen McKee Mfruhant Uichlilond Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I havo used one hottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great kidney dill bladder trouble I weighed 150 ponnds when I hal usine it to hay Iwighi 176 minutIa and I reel better than I have in twenty years and I cheerfully reioinmend it to the public HfKpPdfully 7jHii Iv JOHN RIDDEL tremendous tq the farmer is loss Right is profit what to his cows to the milk his pigs to the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed to science a bone food if bones are soft a flesh and muscle food if they are and weakand a blood food if there is anemia Scotts is a mixed food the Liver Oil in it makes flesh blood the Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample 409 Pearl St NY 5kaIIIi all It iI We are Overstocked Department Have Clothing Centon every Overcoat and house CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of sale in season and not wait until the is over tThis includes our Alfred Suits and Overcoats CaAIso our large line Youths childrens Clothing This best clothing and opportunityComevisit in Lexington LOUIS GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers DayIImonths DISCOVERYI iniiihus seminal ICIDiecovj- eryfor PRF1TThe importance Wrong feeding feeding The uptodate farmerknows feed get most get according andundeveloped thin Emulsion Cod andmuscle Limeand atleolEniutsiou ScottBowneCHEMISTS n I Ii IIQnt care a bIte I am happy as I shall Im roasted In the oven tica Greet Range Badly in our Clothing We Too Many 25 Per OffSuit in our FOR our season Benjamin Cos This signature AlMestki in Two Days I on box 25c uu WJNCJWSThRIts Loaded Shells Its the results they give Its their entire even WinchesterLeader WinchesterRepeater WinchesterNewblack powder load on the market on account of oftheseTHE CHAMPIONS IGr ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD now on sale daily to NEW ORLEANS LAa and other points in th South also SPRINGS Only line personally Sleepers Louisville- to California New and CuresCrip every Winchester Factory reliability LTHE SHELLS SHOOT Winter Tourist Tickets HOT ARK running throug conducted excursion Mexico Arizona Texas Stciai Low One way nnd HUIIIICIt rip KiiUH in Vffct on firt and third Tuesday in each month to tile Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South tsuiiurulIuhIlyrJItItiLotiitituuiuiilr to the nit hrsiLnedill Itnnited trr CinulursN is if 10 utnpi t LForll road agent or address 11iW Lo1ts YII Ty MY NAME IS 2 4 THuRMAI rOn Sausage Row And Biiys J SKINS fi further information addr s- General Passenger Agent Chico f c m I