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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 4Yi t VOLUME 30 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY t WEDNESDAY JANUARY 13 1904 NUMBIil 34 PHONE 80 k t yb tWant your patronage but not unless they deserve it If there are worthier goods to be found if prices jj asked by others are lower than ours quality considered it is ti 7 your piivilege to profit by them But Facts Such is not the ease t We add something new each day in every line of Merchandise we carry 7 and by keeping constantly in close touch with the large Wholesale Houses and Factories we are enabled to secure the latest and best values at the lowest possible 7lprices Our DressGoods Department is now complete with all the newest things 0 in Black Goods and Novelties tt See our Line of Fancy Waistings in + I Velvets Oxfords etc from N 25c to 1 Per Yard f your The and Price will you titL Highest I Cloaks Furs Selection Style Quality please Quality making Childrens Shoos Shoes lAtHES Rubber rWehave just added toour Fall Stocksome Nobby Men and Boys at prices that will cause you to wonder how we do it I 7F IiItllll Suits Every Style your own anti we have to fit you Till best for the Wn will you 7 Yours to Please and Before Overcoats Overcoat Youths Overcoats Every Quality iTake price Coat money make happy 7tF Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Kentucky J I tif 71 F 7M 7F 7 icu JJ r O W L CRUTCH G W EVANS JR A Stock of Goods c Everything for the home beautiful V can be found in pur store V A V c I r andour prices will L Jr We are homeat oplins old standon P Main street and guarantee the best polite attention tf US a call v Crutcher 1 Lackey Hamilton Magnificient everybody suitI give Evans v Main Street Richmond Ky 0qj tI iusHACKElFO DZkCO Have just received Scar loads HEADQUARTERSFOR AMERICAN FiELD AND HOG FENCE itt e itStaY5 13 in or 6 in apart bpeciil itorseaiul StyleI iU4Madeof large strong high grade steel wires heavily galvaniwd iv provides for expansion ti contraction Is practically ever tli Nevergoea r uo matter how strain is put on it mutilate does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED- by manufacturers and us Call and it Can show you how money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days RI Co For RatITw nice Apply to DmiulrR For Ot suite of heavy fiirnitiir ir piPos 400 sill for 111 Too for bed room In my h me se n at Silver Prfek Phone No long ring or five 1OT 7 tf G W GATES Lniiipfl Mens and Hoy Roots and and Mens very for for Tti for for Rove KB at we tJr CaUl Slay ia In or o In g wron great a s not but i1 7 the by see it will save you i office Sale walnut f Cost Will large Can Goods Whats in a Name BvHry hjr 6t R name whtMi it omPg III Witch HszI Sulre E ft jp Wilt Co of Cliicaen discovered onio y ar8 how 10 innkfl a salve from With llnzl tlml ii ii pcifli for Piles For lund Meedlntr ftchinpr nnil protrmlinc Piles eczotna cuts burns bruises and all skin tIIsasas- DeWitts Salve lias no equal This has given ie to nu nenVuR worthless cvaituerfeiti Ask for OeWitts the genuine Sold by E C Wines lui E C WINES DRUG STORE 1ielsewhere from 1Be Firmc andmost Shckc1jord JiI1LowestPrices 1 1c M ft a Announcements FOR rONQRKSS We are authorized to nnnounde Hon D t forCOlIgrlllofflemncnitlcsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We ate authorized to nnnounce W R Attorllyparty HOROOKRxnbject to the action of Ihx Democratic party We are authorized fa announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are aiitlionzed to announce JNO W MadlRon06ulltyic Party We are authorized t announce B B Million subJectCOLIYJparty FOR JAILER WDaRtcounty subicc to Ihe action of the Democraticparty PERKINSMadison county subject to the action of the Democratic party CORfOOSasCounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party We urn authorized to announce N B JONES sublectWe are authorizes to announce J B DOZIER a candidate for Jailer of Madison county snb patyIROSS a for Jailer of Madison county sub t to the a tIn of the DemBcatlc party MORGANTAYLORcounty subjet to the action of the Democraticparty Opcounty Object to the action of the Democraticparty RSONIAJailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic unrty IIKIfNNRDYcountysublect BUCKIOIISOCounty subject to the action of tbe Democrat ic Party e are authorized to announce J R PARKE a cimlldatH for Jailer of Madison county subject to theacllon of the Democratic party TERRILlcounty snhject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce W T DUERSON a candidate for Jailer o Madison DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BENTONtic schools or Madison countylIubiect to thertctlon of the I parly FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLAS totheFOR ASSESSOR- e are authorized to announce J 1 BAKER of DIne Lick Precinct an a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic an authorized to announce BUD DUNN a 1GOLDES roantytihJect county subject to the action of the Democratic party 4 OTOE A COLD IN ONE DAYITO laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets druggists refund the If it fails to cnre E w Groves alRiiature a on each box 25 cents Dont do anything hilt die Cured After Suffering JO Years B F Hare MUtna Cycle xlfg Co MiildlHtown 0 Buffered for ten vents with dyppepsia He opont iiuitidte lit of dollars fur medicine anti with doctors without receiving any permanent Benefit He says On nlalit while exceptionally bad I wan about to throw d wn tho reuiiiic paper wlmu I saw an hem In the paper re rnrrtinjy the merits of Kodol Dyspep sill Cure I concluded to try it anil while I had no faith in it T felt better after the second dose After uRin2 two bottlet I am stronger and heter than I haye been III years and I rtcoinmeml Kodol Dvcp psia Cure to my friends and acanainfancei suffering from atom ach trouble Sold byBO Wine lui KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Organization Affected and the Govern ors Message Read Frankfort Ky Jan 6Gov Beck hams message was transmitted tothe legislature Tuesday after both houses had organized In the house of repre sentative Ell H Brown was elected speaker by a vote of 74 to 23 over Dr William C Black The senate was called to order by Lieut Gov Thorne and J Embry Allen of Lexington was elected chairman pro tern Bills Introduced In the senate For a uniform textbook In schools for the erection of a new capitol building to appropriate 65000 to aid In a Ken tucky exhibit at the St Louis worlds fairIn his message to the legislature Gov Beckham praised the conduct of the state militia at Jackson the past year He says The conditions In Breathitt county were grossly exaggerated by sensational journals among which It has been quite a fashion to paint a lurid romance out of any tragedy In Kentucky Our state has been made the sport and prey of these reckless representa tives of the yellow Journals In the north and east With morbid greed they seize upon every crime committed here and display It In the most extrav agant manner while a similar crime committed elsewhere receives only a passing notice In commending the work of the Nor mal and Industrial Institute for Color ed People a stateaided school the governor gives his views on the race problemThe colored people of Kentucky can solve the socalled race problem for themselves he says If they can reach the point where their race prej udices can not be stirred up In every political contest and If they will not allow Irresponsible demagogues to teach them that their white neighbors are their enemies rather than their friendsThe work of this school Is there ore to be commended and encouraged WILL RESIST IN THE COURTS The Avenue Theater Louisville Ky Ordered Closed Louisville Ky Jan GMoved by the Iroquois theater fire at Chicago the building commission and the mem bers of the boards of public works and public safety Tuesday Inspected four of Louisvilles five theaters with the result that the Avenue was ordered closed after Tuesday nights perform ance and the management at Macau leys directed to Install a new fire cur thin new fire escapes and to widen the aisles The Masonic and the Buckingham the two newest theaters In the city were found to be up to all requirements for safety The Audi torlum will be Inspected later E D Stair of Detroit and Joe and Max Weber of Chicago are the owners of the Avenue Local representatives of these gentlemen stated that the order closing the Avenue would be resisted in the courts MADE THREE ATTEMPTS Gillum Tried To Throw Himself Under a Train Russellvllle Ky Jan 5A young man giving his name as Charles Gil lum who said he was a railroader and that his home was In Jackson Tenn fainted while at the railroad station here Tuesday Some one threw water in his face and when he came to he tried three times to throw himself un der a train but was each time prevent ed and once he stuck his head under the engine but was pulled away In time to be saved He was arrested after much trouble Six men took him to the station house A physician said he Is suffering with an aggravated case of epilepsy A bottle of solution of chloral was found on his person Glllum said that his father John Gillum lives In Bowling Green Fire At Corbin Ky Knoxville Tenn Jan 6FIre which broke out Tuesday night at Corbin Ky a little town on the Louisville Nashville railroad destroyed four residences ana a general store causing a loss of 15000 A hard fight by citizens and Louis villa Nashville engine crews saved the entire town from destruction An Icy Bath Constance Ky Jan 6Mrs Miller of Cincinnati visited her mother of this place and In returning home In crossing the river fell through the shore Ice sinking to her neck She was rescued by William Masters the ferry man and her brother Gov Brown Worse Henderson Ky Jan 6Tuesday night former Gov John Young Browns condition was reported much worse He spent an uncomfortable day It Is probable that another operation will bo performed if he is strong enough to stand IL- New Bank at Mlddlcsboro Ky Washington Jan GThe National Bank of Mlddlcsboro Ky has been authorized to begin business with a capital of 50000 R C Ford Is presi dent L L Robertson vice president and W C Sleet cashier of the new bank Five Additional Exits Lexington Ky Jan 6Manager Charles Scott of the Lexington opera house has ordered five additional exits for the Lexington playhouse as a re suit of the Chicago Iroquois theater disaster There are now 28411 Indian pupils in government schools Saved From Terrible DeathIThe family of Mrs M L Bargerton Tenn saw her were powerless to pave her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used conumptinn was slowly but snrely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Dis iespairintooymediate relief and Its continued use completely cured her Its the moM certain cure in tho world ibrnll throat find lung trdubles Guaranteed bottles 5Pc and St Trial bottles free ut all drugstores Itn Dont remember anythingespecial ly your debts Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man etiduf ing pains of Cuts Wounds Rriiisne Burns Scalds Sort FMI orStffJoints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25 cents at all druggists Itn KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE A Number of Bills Were Introduced in the Senate and House Frankfort Jan 7Senate The fol lowing bills were Introduced Wednes day providing for amendment of the Constitution by striking out Section 145 and in lieu thereof a section requir ing an educational qualification for voteu and the payment of poll tax and also provide for the grandfather clause which would eliminate the Negro vote To amend Section 280 and repeal Section 281 of the criminal code by striking out the words subject to the restrictions of the next section To provide for a clerk for the official reporter of the court of appeals Act to reduce the rate of state taxation to 45 cents on the 100 Bill providing for state uniformity of school text books and a reduction in price Pro viding for increasing the school fund by transferring 3 cents from the sinking fund and 2Yz cents from the general expenditure fund in the annual levy and leaves the rate of state taxa tion at 50 cents on the House hills 100Ilows Requiring that tificates shall be given to voters in all cities from the first to sixth classes and before a man can vote he must present his certificate To repeal tho annual 15000 appropriation for a state fair To repeal the act providing for advertising judicial sales in the newspapers To repeal that section of the exemption law providing tat the wages not to exceed 50 of all wage workers shall be exempt from execu tion and attachment garnishment or fee bills if the debt is not contracted for fooJ raiment or house rent for the family Giving Justices of the peace final jurisdiction in petty larceny cases To create a state school boolc commission and provide a uniform school book system To permit husband and wife to testify against other in divorce suits eachI passenger trains to stop at county seats through which the railroad runs LEGISLATIVE CAUCUS lit Developed Into Affair a Turbulent Political Frankfort Ky Jan 7The democratic joint caucus of the legislature called Wednesday night to nominate a state librarian and a prison commis sioner took on a wide range and developed Into a turbulent political affair The question of a uniform school text book law was Injected Into the proceedings by a resolution relating to the rules governing the caucus and relating to the book bill Senator J Campbell Can trill who was presiding as chairman declared the resolution out of order and when overruled declared the caucus dissolved He left the hall followed by several members but 89 of the 106 members of the cau cus remained These led by Speaker Brown reorganized the caucus with Senator Hickman as chairman and adopted the resolution which fore shadows the passage of the bill Senator Byron of Bracken county who opposed the resolution made a speech in which he said he stood by his past record on the book bill and that those who had impugned his mo tires and his course on the bill were liars FEUDISTS BADLY INJURED A Battle In Which the Weapons Wero Stones and Sticks Lexington Ky Jan 7An unusual feud fight occurred at Boones Fork In Letcher county in which neither guns nor pistols were used Three men however were wounded and two of them will die It was a battle with knives sticks and stones between the JohnsonYountz and the Hall factions They met at a still house William Hall aged 41 has his skull crushed from a blow on the head delivered by John Youutz jr and Anderson Hall was struck In the face with a large stone and It is believed he can not recover But Yountz escaped with aj scalp wound Five other men were engaged In the fight The officers made several arrestsIBowlingGreen Ky Jan 7The big McCormack building here came near being destroyed by fire Wednesday afternoon The fire originated in tho kitchen of the Elks club room It burned rapidly but was soon extln gulshed but not until considerable damage had been Under doneIHopklnsvllle Ky Jan 7The grand NeIgroesbody was found last November near Pembroke The men were brought into court under a heavy guard Leather Workers Go Out Paducah Ky Jan 7All the local leather workers quit work There Is a hitch over the prices paid for piecework The plantsE Rehkopf SonIM Michael Bro and the Saddlery Co work about 250 men Are On the Alert Lewlsburg Ky Jan 7 Becausa two hobos were seen here late at night the bank was guarded by citizens arm ed with shotguns until daylight All the while the hobos snoozed In a hay loft Conductor Fell to His Death Louisville Ky Jan 7Frank Sam uels of Lexington a C O freight ductor fell from a train at Conners Station Wednesday morning and was run over and killed The area of the cork forests of Algiers is estimated to be 562500 acres Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work III Stomach and Liver youbutDont try to say anything when you talk It consumes brain power A Very Close Call I stuck to tnv engine althuigh FV erv joint achfd anti every nerve wax racked with pain writes 0 W Belle BurlIngtonIowaany appetite and all run down As I was about tn give up I iot a buttle of El otri hitters and after taking it I Ml as wIll as I ever did in mv life Weak sickly run down people always train new life strength and vigor from their nse Try them Satisfaction guaranteed br all druggists Price 50 cents 1m Kentucky Intelligence COL HART GIBSON Death Claims the Former Adjutant General Lexington Ky Jan 5Col Hart Gibson aged 69 years one of the most prominent men of tfils city died at the residence of his daughter Mrs Harrison Foster St Paul Minn He was idjutant general in the civil war under flen Abe Buford and later under John H Morgan until captured and impris oned with Gen Morgan at Columbus 0 He was born In Mercer county and was a brother of the late United States Senator Randall Lee Gibson of of this city He leaves a wife and i number of children all prominent In society and commercial life Col Gibson was a breeder at his noted farm Ingleside of both thoroughbred and trotting horses his two eons Hart Gibson Jr and Thomas Gibson racing yearlythroughout THE OPENING SESSION Democratic Majority of the General Assembly Organized Frankfort Ky Jan 5The democratic majority of the two houses the general assembly organized otI day night for the opening of the ses ion at noon Tuesday Ell H Brown of Nelson county the home of Gov J3eckham and the candidate backed by Beckham and the state administra tion was nominated on the first bal lot for speaker of the lower house Campbell Cantrlll of Scott county son of the noted circuit judge and Henry Lawrence of Trigg county both ad ministration representatives were selected as the chairmen of senate and house caucuses of the party forces and leaders on the floor At a caucus of the republican mi amity members of the house Dr W C a3ItheSeven of Them Took the Oath of Of flce Monday Frankfort Ky Jan 5 Auditor S W Hager Treasurer Henry M Boa worth Secretary of State Harry V McChesney Attorney General N B Hays Superintendent of Schools James A FuQua Sr Commissioner of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland and Clerk of Court of Appeals J Morgan Cblnn all took the oath of office Monday and assumed their new duties There was no ceremony about the induction Into office Burled With Honors Mt Sterling Ky Jan 5Frank White the colored hero who was kill ed In the tire here Friday was burled with honors due his heroic death The council of the city with additional sub scriptions purchcased a handsome cof fin and the burial was attended by many white people- Dormitories Are Overflowing Morehead Ky Jan 5The More head Normal college opened its mid winter session with the largest attend ance In Its history The boys and girls dormitories are overflowing and students are compelled to find homes with families out In town To Inspect Louisville Theaters Louisville Ky Jan 5Actlng Mayor Paul Barth and a number of other city officials will Tuesday visit all the theaters in Louisville to see If they are complying with the ordi nances requiring all necessary precau tions against fire Caleb Powers Case Frankfort Ky Jan 5At Mondays session the appellate court fixed the laleb Powers conspiracy case for oral argument before the full bench on Thursday March 17 next The Jim Howard case Is to be argued on Wed nesday next Wyatt Held for Horse Stealing Benton Ky Jan 5Robert Wyatt a young man about 25 years of age had an examining trial before County Judge J M Fisher on the charge of stealing a mare and mule last July from Richard Clark near Heights this county Wants the Appointment Frankfort Ky Jan 5T P Car rothers of Newport called on Gov Beckham Monday In the Interest of his candidacy to succeed the late Jas Newman as circuit judge In the Campbell county district Frozen Water Pipe Bursts Latonia Ky Jan 5Frozen water pipes caused an explosion In a range at the home of B J Carhoff In Park avenue Mrs Carhoff was struck on the thigh by a piece of the range and severely Injured Trapped a Large Panther Stanton Ky Jan 5A large pan ther nine feet long appeared on the farm of Sidney Knox and treated him self to a large cow The following day Di Hart trapped the panther and now has him sequrely confined Gov Brown Falling Henderson Ky Jan 5rhero was no material change reported in the condition of former Gov JShn Young Brown Monday evening He spent a fairly comfortable day but Is gradually losing ground Wants Another Term Louisville Ky Jan 5A dispatch fiom Washington quotes United States Senator Blackburn as announcing him self for reelection This has been a matter of much speculation through out Kentucky Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief in one minute because it klllsthe mi crobe winch tickles the mucous membrane causing tho cough and at the same time clears the phlegm and draws out the inflammation and heals and lloolhe8 the affected parts One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens the Inntrs Iuds ofT pneumonia and ie a harmless and never failing cnre in all curable rnupOnetake harmless and good alika for vonnt and old Sold by K C Wines Itn William Cunningham of Harrison county was shot tmfkilJed by his stepson Albert North who was drunk Did she returned your affection Yes unopened And now the icbFoflee Is stea- dllyadva 7 CORMAJNFIRSTSTOCK A splendid opportunity to invest in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated three miles from Globe Arizona Investors are requested to thoroughly investigate this property owned by the ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company htcb promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers In Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending IfJIf J worldSCO ontlin the most modern and systematic manner 18 claimsand everv claim will be a mineore in sight on eVery etcLargequantitiestIf Those who did not buy stock in the groat mining poperties of Arizonaand other parts of the westwhen Jit was offered for lOu a share and later on went to 75 per share now buy in the JA ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Cot SO Cents per Share Jwhich puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassenonble Protrl I hoistmitt sbolutelveral Manager states From present indications stock should he at par before the close of the year The in vestor will notice that Having the United Verde Senator Clarks mine with its BillionDollar Ore Body in I byPlie1sthis as an investment is th- aMining Opportunity of the Present Century 1For further Information addressfFOREEIf Mgr Main Office Ulobe Arizona c WeakHearts everyoneIndigestionheart disease not organic are not only Indl1gesUon thobeart thatItrouble m was In a bad state as hid heart troubl mouths trfth It MconYsPeP3Ia Cur for about four Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles pair 100 Size holdlne 254 times tha trW size which sells for SOc Prepared by E O DeWITT A CO OHIOAQO For sale by Perry Tho- masDONT throw your money away for kind o- fCOAL that is as hard to burn as a fireproof building Tis bet ter for you to buy from us and be certain of getting the Right Kind At the Right Price We have the Mountain Ash Jellico and the Black Raven w ALSO KEEP a a Cotxv B tyvme oa1 o Jack Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 A VestPocket Doctor- verN In the way no trouble to car ry easy tUtftke pleasant and never tailing in results are DeWitta Little Enrly Risers A vial of these little pills in time vfBt pocket is a certain guarantee apainst headache bilious nei topid liver mind alt of the ills rp stilling front constipation They tonic anilstrencthen the liver Sold by E 0 Wines las Tor of Old Mexico ViaB kQ So W under personal es cort TIie4merican Tourist Associa tion Selectee Clientele Limited All exclusive privileges independent trav el Special Pullman vestibuled Train Ba gage Drawing Room Compartment Library and lJusic Room and the famous din lop Observation Car Chililitli tickets including all expenses everywhere Leaves January 1261101 Forinforrcation address 67t McCarty G P A B O S W Cincinnati O t tJ Stable for rent Apply to decSOttf illHIrB A C Buchanan Silk and satins put out the kitchen M r reofoDont eatanything Your stomach may get oubbT nrdercThedoinjf a duty saws the seed of tydoifght f Don Q tinte Youll Ret thirsty again Stops tho C ugh and Works ajftki J curd t LaxaHvejiBromo QtJnfne Trwets curt a cold in one day No cureiBd pay Price 25 cents r JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado V c FRANK WRIGHT President 1 Branch OUjce Bldg tJ Chicago Illinois r A ReminderThat with our superb stock of a Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us call andwe will give you satisfaction White GibsonCor- ner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Anile Coal 4++ + +++ + +++ 4 A i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary t J 2 t grate without any attention t JV 4 + + 4 + LIB BLANTON DEALER DM Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime TCementEtcij Corner Main and B Streetsaprm lyrPhone 85 = FLOUR i1 Where are you going pretty maid To purchase flour kind sir she sajn What kind of flour my pretty maic t Why Elliston Patent of course kindsir she said i Then Ill go with you my pretty maid 1AndMl l iy J Elliston E Company 1 Phone 166 3 WACO KY tWool Carding in Season RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet Is enough for usual occasipns rTbe family bottle 60 cents contatnupply for a year All druggiataselL i m hH Thompson awell known citi zen of Millersbnrgdf 90na Lexington hospital A Vice 910 Tacoma r a my u KILLrHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WitH DrN Kings New Discovery FOR c ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Pria- eSOc10O Fret Trial uret and Quickest Cure for all XEKOAJT and LUNG TBOUB LSS or JC01TEY BACK u j SS 8 0 t 1 t i t S E REDUCED trI1 P R I C ES iJJ e S WinterS 0 siJJ BOOTS SHOES il S I sle t i UNDERWEAR1S gg It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods gi e sill g at this time of the year in order to begin next sill i Iseason with fresh new goods 01 0 E i 1 CRUTCHER TRIBBLE 1 i SI 1s5 I oi Main Street Richmond Kentucky HL hu 1 5 5 5 S 5 5 ifeAA lilift AAiks l ilAikkii a WllSllllllllllllllSlSllllSSSSlllSS1lll11lll S1l11llS 1l1l11lSCu 1 he Richmond Climax C OHBNAULT President A D MILLIREdltor Manager WEDNESDAY JAN 13 1904 PUBLISH Kl CVERY WKDNK3UAY HT The Climax Printing Oot Incorporated THE month of January is so called from an old Roman God nnmed Janus He is represented as having two faces and how well suited that is for this month One face looking back into the year just closed with all of its history made its records closedits mistakes and shortcomings set down the other looking forward into the year just beginning with its new opportunities chances to atone for past follies and events yet unheard of Each succeeding year gains in point of progress over the last and there is in each that strong impulse to hurry and the hu man race at large finds itself submitting to the laws of progress as well The year 1904 is only two weeks old yet in its swaddling clothes as it were When we like the Roman Janus look back and see the growth the improvements of only a short period we pause to consider for a moment what the pres ent year will bring forth As the poet says I dipt into the future far as human eye could see saw the vision of the world and all the wonders that would be1 Even righthere in our own community this new year may mean much It is the duty of every citizen to see that it does mean much in the point of growth in im provements both in a business and social way and then at the beginning of another January we can turn the other face and look back over 1904 and say it is well- CIF1 BrowerCo LEXINGTON KY BrasrSoods We are displaying a beautiful UnA of the latest and newest pat terns in Fire Sets Andirons Fenders Coal Hods Wood Carriers Prices are guaranteed to be right You must see these Roods to appreciate tho yalues we are offering you FiBroweriCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXIliGTQKy THE news of the deathof General John B Gordon which occurred in Miami Florida a few days ago caused widespread sorrow He Confederatewso r one est who ever fought for the amongheGenerals of the Southern Army there being but three DUIinghis11atter tures The Last Days of the Confederacy and The First Confederacyhave tation He has been heard in our city upon several occasions and moved his large au diences both with tears and laughter Even unto the last his heart was wrapped up in his beloved Dixie land for gallantlyduring sixties He has answered his last roll call and has joined goraycoatedbrothers above William Jennings Bryan arrived a few days ago in New York from trip abroad He was given a rousing reception in that city Our Loon Schools There are pearls in our gulfs anti bays There are precious stones of brilliant hue and dazzing ray on our mountain tops Veins of gold and silver run through the fretted hills whose sides are heaped with agate topaz garnet sapphire and other gems of rarest form and richest color But these are not the pride of America The public schools are the pride of America Not crowns and scimitars and diamond stars not gems nor pearls not silver ind gold but her common schools these are the crown jewels of America And he who preserves them best shall tIe garhined with a civic crown From an address delivered before the Nation al Educational Association at St PalO Minn by lion A A Gundy of Louis ana Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT C W Jenkins ic Plaintiffs against C A Denny c Defendants All penonK having claim against the estate ot Mary A Million are hereby notified to file the same legally verifl tl with the undersigned on or before the 21st day of January or sumo will be oarred iqpt B ESCOTT if CMC C Master Commissioners Sale M Q Lamb Pitt against C H Todds Heirs Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By vitme of a Judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the De atjcauseMondaYtFeb 1tt04 At the hour of 10 oclock a mst the Court countyKypose to sale to the highest and best bid der the following described property viz A Certain Lot DillinghamAdditionbeing Lot No 21 in block No S in the Etch nond Investment Company1 addition to the City of Richmond Ky Or a sufficient quantity to produce the sum of U0991 tbe mount of money so ordered to be made alid the costs hereof TK Kits Bale wilt be JUde on a credit of six ieqnlredtoment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment beHring legal interest from Hay of sale with a Lien referred upon saul until all the purchase money is SEBCOTTMCICO 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca actingdirectly estroyilljtthogiving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprie tote have eo much faith in its curative powers that they offer ono hundred dollars for anv case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Addres F L CIIENKY co Toledo Ohio Sold bv ajl nrugglsta75ol- 1iilI FwiI3 TiUe are the best 3m THE flAVORS REPORT Receipts of the City of Richmond Ken tucky from January 1002 to January I 1904 B dJailPolicfl Court files c 1902 2026 60 Same for 1903 1381 65 Revenue from property and poll tuxes 1902 25970 17 Revenue from property and poll taxes 1903 24890 22 City licenses Snlmms and Sundry 1902 10049 70 City licenses Saloons and Sundry 1903 11049 58 Total Receipts 1902 and 1903 76640 H7 Total Expenditure i902 and 1903 71567 02 Balance in Treasury 5072 45 t 76640 87 Expenditures Made by the City of Richmond Kentucky From January 1902 to January 1904 OFFICERS SALARIES Including Mayor Po lice Judge City At tnrftHy City Clerk Police Clerk Col lector Assessor Health officer and Health Board Supervisors Manager Fire Department Street Commissioner CouncilmHii Chief of Pol ice De policemen 6872 95 Same 1893 7261 65 STREET EXPENDITURES Including sidewalks new streets sewers c vear 1902 4877 96 Same fur year 1908 5043 86 CHARITY Including donation ClayInfirmary at City HullcFor year 1902 964 90 Same for yeur 1903 1122 51 WATER AND LIGHT EXPENDITURES Including water gas and electric lights For 1902 927962 Same for 1902 9876 49 Amount fcrward 44778 94 FIRE DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES Including new hose one horse harness repairing wagons shoeing horses Ex tinguishment of fires c For year 1902 805 20 Same for year 1003 794 80 ERECTION OF SPEAKERS STAND 1903 i of cost 289 04l KEEPING PRISONERS For year 1002 1609 80 Same for year 1903 1847 75 PROVENDER FOR HORSES For year 1902 878 79 Same for year 1903 477 95 RICHMOND TELEPHONE CO For two Telephones 1902 89 65 For two Telephones 1903 39 00 School Board 1902 6000 00 School Board 1903 5000 00 Sinking Fund 1902 1000 00 Sinking Fund 1903 1000 00 Interest on floating in deb ted ness 9222 55 Created in 1897 up to January let 1908 2726 45 For year 1901 553 85 Amount forward 66775 22 Intreest on School Bonds 1902 510 00 Interest on School Bonds 11908 515 00 Printing Expenditures IMS 851 Printing Expenditures 1003 88 50 WATER EXTENSIONS To running water main to property of Hume CopRerage Corn pany and L A R R Co Machine 5SmallpoxSmallpox 1903 79266 MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURES InnludinJilrebate on costs cL To thoe Public1 putronshnsi little or no sprinkling is now being done the daily consumption of water amounts to quite us much us in hot dry summer weather Eiich notrsumer in Richmond Kentucky is using 01 mi average about one thousand gallons per day which IB about live tim s what ouch con sumer should use or what is generally used per dny by consumers at Lexington and other places for domestic purposes Single con sumers purposesThis some consumers leaving thHir service open and permitting continuous flow CompunOftenand as this Company is required to furnish wutHr for fire protection to the inhabitants the city if this waste is not prevented it i forced to the alternative of either maintaining an extra man at the punniijiR station to pump water ouch night fur patrons to waste or to cutoff the pressure from the towns It has concluded to do till latter and will in the futuro and especially on cold nights when till thermometer is below freezing turn oil the pressure from the tower so that the towHr will remain full of water for allY emergency This will leave enough water in the mains for all purposes but when tilM pressure will be removed all services left open will be apt to freeze and burst We have begun an inspection on and propose to put all consumers who waste wutor on meters DurIngthewater for nil purposes though because ot tile long drcught thn water supply of many cities in tins and other states gave out thus causing great inconvenience and injury to business This company proposes in the futura as in the past to furnish i abundant supply of water andwe ask our patrons and all good citizens to hid us in enforcing the rules of the company and to iruvent the extravagant waste of water Dec 80th 1003 Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT CO- t MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many socalled birth medicines and o treatmentfl strychnineDo narcoticsDo You Know that you should not take internally any medicine lor the pain accompanying pregnancy FriendIsDo You Know that Mothers Friend- sI a celebrated prescription and that it has been in use over forty years and that each bottle of the genuine bears the name of The BradCcld Regulator Co Do you kiiow that when you use this gestationthathealthy hearty and clever children knowingTheyDont be persuaded to a substitute Our little book Motherhood free THE BRADFIEID REGULATOR Co Atlanta la For 1902 545 87 Samrffpr 1903 471 71 Total Expenditures for 1902 and 1903 71507 92 TreasuryDec 5072 45 76 640 37 Receipts for 1902 and 1903 s 76640 37 D R TEVIS Mayor As shown by the foregoing state ment the city ot Richmond is in a most OXOM lent financial condition and is now and during tho past two years htm been running upon inlportatice I and contract of tht city can not he estimated in having an efficient and economicalservice There is IMW no flouting indebt edners of tlw city excepting the sum ot 9222 55 which is held in hulk by the Richmond National Bunk of Richmond Kentucky nnd which hits heeii outstanding since the year 1897 on which tin ministration during the past two ears JILtS the sum of 327980 as shovh by the forego lug stutemen Tile outstanding bonded indebt edness of the citv now amounts to thStlfll of 1700000 however there is in the sinking fund 3 00009 100000 b ing placed to the credit of tilt Sinking Fund each year for the purpose of re deeming these bonds whiohe duces the bonded indebtedness to 1400000 These bonds were is sued to construct tbe present hand bythemore than onefourth of the en ytrollRichmond goes to support our present system of white and color ed public schools There was a levy made of 100 on each one hundred dollars worth of property in the city in 1902 and 1903 for muncipal and school pur poses and rut of the amount ot tuxes collected there was and must bA turned iver to the School Buud which is expanded by it for the support of the public schools ot the city 0000 00 audover which the City Council has no control and in addition us shown by the foregoing statement the in terest on the school bonds amount lug to the sum of 1020 00 euch year has been paid cut of the gen hlal fund of the city and there hUB been set aside each year 00000 tor the redemption of the school bonds as they fall due mak hasbeensiiHtaiiung of the present white tnd colored school system of the city and which is addition to th4 percapitu paid for ttchojl children treasurySome citi zens of Richmond there being only nine votes opposing voted to abolish the present school system lltigatiThe number of colorod school children of school age in Rich iimnd exceeds tilt number of white children We are glad to say that the city has shown considerable sub Btantial growth during the past otwo y ura and the prospects of the luture aregood- RttspectuiLliy Submitted D It TEVIS Mayor Att A C WBLLS Pity Clerk Council Proceedings The city council convened for Its first of lilastMayor and all councilmen except Mr Muupin present The minutes of tle lust regular and two call meetings were read and adopted The reports of the Police Chief Police Judge City Clurk and Treasurer were rend refered to the Finance Committee The Mayor then announced his committees for the present term of two years which are as follows Finance W L Arnold A D Miller W L Bybee Street D B Shuckelford Jennings Matipin J W Bales Grievances A D Miller and W L Bybee Fire Department W L Arnold und Jennings Manpiu Water and Light J W Bales and W L Arnold Building Jennings Muu pin W L BylIne Board of Par don TJ W Bales A D Miller Educational J W Bales A D Miller D R Shucknlford Sewerage J W Bales D B Shuckeltord W L Arnold The last two committees were innovations and added to the regular list at the initutivu of the MayoroMr Bales of the Street Com mittee reported that 100 rods of rock hurl been purchased and crushed and was now ready for distribution on our streets Mr J T Cobb aIPeed before the council and advised the appoint meat of a committee from that body to confer with a committee from the Fiscal Court in regard to the erection 01 a joint pest house The mutter was deemed pertinent by the council and bles ers Shaokelfcrd and Bales up pointed to meet the county re presentatives on Saturday and empowered to act on behalf of the city Dr H C Sandlin who hud paid taxes fur the year 1003 in both Richmond and Luncuster naked for a relate but was refused on the ground that the council was no court of claims and hud lit jurisdiction over the mutter MM D H Myers asked permission through Mr W S Moberiey to erect 8room cottage on Smith BILliard street The matter being violently opposed hy saverul citi Zeus m that vicinity the question of granting a permit was refered to the Building Committee The following claims were presented aud refered to the Finance Cum mittee Richmond Electric Co 618 13 H F Barker 4 00 George Sjunple 28 15 00Jesse 10T95Ky00GoldenParks 4 00 50JW H Bolton 17 50 50Geo00Wiukler 0BrockBuck Johnson 50 00 1200BThos Lund 600 Jim Potts 5 00 GOIuckeyH Johnson 12 30 Lac key Hu m i to n 28 00 75C25JCRussell Wmkler 9 DOWaterMaupin 4 Potts Win Muut 2 Taylor Bros 8 05 Climax Pfcg Co B 88I0LBales 354 JackBuokner 39 25 The majority pt these claims are the result of the smallpox epidemic The following gentle theOhietMesIrsEarnsPQwers Creekinore and Tuvis with John Bronston Win Bvbee mid George Surnplej substitutes The bond of the City Assessor with N B Dflutlinrage and W L Crutcher as sureties was accepted as wore those pf the City Clock with H0 Jasperiid HC Jameff l Ayers1 Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hacking coughs pain in the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry Pectoraldues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows all about this cough medicine- have Hied Aver Cherry Pectoral la laaEtroublesJIBS A FOHKBOY Appleton Minn 25JOc 5150 II All rnceltafor ICATERCOII I Weak Throats Ayers Pills greatly aid recovery Purely vegetable gontly laxative T 0 ONeil with J A Suliivun VV A Lall ford R A McICne J 0 LackflV and W R Letclidr Jr Win Maupin with XV L Lung lord und XV R rRtcherj Jnsse Dvkes with G W Puckihe and D C Biggwrstaff There being no fnrthnrbusiimss tlix COIMOI ad journedj i Dissolution Notice IJy mutual agreement the firm of Taylor Bros has dissolved partnership Mr Calvin Taylor retiring from the- usinesa All parties owing said firm are requested to call at once and settle 6j4t TAYLOR lInes OLD JOE WHISKY Hand mata Sour Mash Every drop UArat teed to 1m pure It it ot old sty le manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the heat Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs lOOper gallon 10 hottlesSS It II 5u 4jilga 250II 5II II bottles 3IINew Whisky S180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAROY Prop Old Joe Distillery MeBraj er novljr Anderson county Kv mmi sioasrs l It J Frazee Pits against O P Dft NOTICE OF SALK IN EQUITY Salefaboveitylause Thursday January 28 I l andIMaillson count Ky proceed to extxree 10 biddertheA Lot or Parcel of Land on the north sidu of Irvine Street in Rich s Irvinttreet ofthewithlinegroundpicketMadison County Stock Yarks Co producetheorderrd to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Balewill be made on a credit If six and welve mouths equally The purchaser llprovedsecurltl Jwigmiitwith a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money Ic paid SESCOrfMCMCC QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIll State Bank Trust CoI at tbe close of Business on the Slat day of December 190- 3ItRSOUIICIIS ISW07675Overdrafts 878769luD e from State tianks anti 69Due 08 Banking House und tot 2JOC0 00 WlMortgagorIttWXlOOSpecieCurrency S33ajJO30xn M 00OtherFurniture and Fixtures 4U0 ID 00Givehow long owned all real estate lotifaiiyyears None Total OJIW JJ LIAPILITIH8 Capital Stock paid In In cash130031 00 coUndIvidedvizDepositston which Interest Is not 130248345Deposits 45 Ion which Interest Is 00Demandposits on which Interest 1500000Timeposit on which Interest 10WOOOSavings 0Certified RSus 45 M76lie79083DueT fllIl 59 Uninvested Trust Fundi i290 7 r SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of ind btedneas of mpanyor liabilitythereof directly or Indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds per tuallypaid NoneHowKyStatulesUigliest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds per cent of paidup capital stock of bank None StatutesRowDoes amount of indebtedness of includIngor firm the liability of the Individ nal members thereof exceed percent of paidup capital and NoIf00Werebeforenot less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank flr the period curledtodividend was declared Yeagee Section 596 Kentucky Sta- tutesTot1sourtiiiCrATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madison si- B E Tnrley Oashlijr of the tHatI Bank t businessatNosworuMayatlankattbtjandbettersaid Dank baa been transacted at the location abovereportnotice received from the Secretary of Htate llltheai RurlerUT EVANS Notary Public nETUntiBy Cashier AIKE111JAoSULL1VAN DIrectors tt t1 1f LADIES FANCY White Handkerchiefs i+ Ladies hemstitched han kercruefs + open work pattern at = 5c r Iij 1222 ladies fine quality Lawn Handkerchiefs i i hemstitched o borderemhroiderv in each corner th Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with i in IG val lace L dies fine quality Swiss Hand erchiefs i inch embroidered Iu hemstItched I 11f Imported Swiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidered in novelty designs at Fine quality Swiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace IfrfvetT effective at Iv Ladies pnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at Jj Js J Gents Handkerchiefs and Mufflers iGents plain white Handkerchiefs 5t Gents high grade well finished Cambrio Handkerchiefs inch + hiemstirchI border in Persian figures and Oriental designs lOe eaoh Used almost excln sively for pillow tops sweeping caps Komonas and dressing jacks very effective and absolutely fast colorstisGENTS a new lustre after washing Ij inch hem Persian figures in each corner at 26c aGE iargassortmeute LADIES WHITE APRONS from 25 to 99c TOILET MIRRORSFrench bevel plate glass solid tit fullbleachedTowelsfullc t Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets purchase from you is all we need to demonstrated to your entire satisfaction that the safest and best A11I twayto buy kinds of merchandise is from ICor r ThOWJBNMcKEE Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY i J ++ CALL AT + + + JONES HERSHON SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be founa in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St ATTENTION We have moved onr produce business from the Eat End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom on Second street where we will be glad to wel come our friends and patrons We will continue to pay the highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Jive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 29janly RICHMOND KY DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday January 13 1904 Each For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1004 a residence with good garden and black smith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A rfobinson tf 8 Laura S Bright IjswC1fl J 15c j 1Jr 5ct retains it A all Mi Cutting Outfit for Saie Eight horsepower gasoline engine large cutter and belting all complete and in good running order Apply to D S Harber Richmond Ky W IT Wheeler dec23 2mo UHf House Ky I inonn 3onl Pledge call and set tie your account Yours respectfully Ojliro JOXHS MKMHON ComingAndup and coal is higher than ever known We have not a l vancedon the price of GAS Gas is the cheapest fuel II you are contemplating the heat question calland see us Richmond Water and Light Co Great Values m Fall MerchanldseIi i5 New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our is 3 store immense stocks ofseasonable merchandisegreater and better selected stocksthan ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the 3 fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated 3 fi that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODS rt It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton collection Vestings and of Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an tkgunt 6 ftndaway Jf Our Pall MillineryWe are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children instyles outof the ordinary The most complete assortment in thebeaver city in feltmid fur trimmed and See them Prices fj HOSIERY j 41andkind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at nU of the J Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department brimas they are full of bargains Weonlyak in fairness to yourself to enmpareprices You wilHind w have theright prices Mens SUIts S15 At4V to 350 Boys Suitsat all prices Come and see them sa down to9Bc Shoes Abasement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices iepectfuIIy Submitted r to the Cash Trade 25c 25c VTT Elderaf Qcir Line of Vehicles i is complete in every detail We are now offering special bargains to run down the stock beforespring Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring dneby the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give usa call llttntaufcg Cttritaa ViDorka RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE FRESH nnn tiroceries AGENTS FOR Boquet Hour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 13 1904 Caldwell High School resumed work Monday morning Rev W T Burton will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 1045 The Cecihan Club will meet this afternoon at 2BO with Mrs A D Mill er at her howe on Fourth street Mr J W Jordan has rebuilt the store room at ted House recently de stroyed by fire It will soon be ready for occupancy ExGovernor John Young Brown died at his home in Henderson Mon day agtd sixtyeight years His death had been expected for a number of days Mr Hneh Finn ll Kfchinoi ds riwiiR young jeweler and watchmaker has rented the store room recently va cHtmi by Mr Charles Jacobs Friends ot this deberving young man wish him abundant success and a prosperous New Year On the last page of this issue of the CLIMAX will be found the large ad- vert8pluent of MrT n Oldbam proprietor of the Busy Ren Store Mr OUIham keeps in the front ranks of advertisers and it will profit our readers to give their timeand attention to what he has to say Notice I have determined to sell srictly for cash alter Jan 1904 Please do not ask me to violate this rule bv wanting credit All will be treated alike deoSOlmo W M Creekmore tor Sale A new cottage consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nu e front and back yard and a good rlfitwn Tho IIOUBA bus just been completed hence IIHS never lieen occupied For particulars call at this office tf Room Needd At the HnstHnir Cash Store for their Bprinc stock All winter weight goods olcmUs clothing overcoats heay shoes anti hoots aw marked down and marked to PBM Call and secure bargains Lackey Hamilton Cir Main First Sts Leg BrokenIMr Jnlin P Million was taken to the PaUlO A Jtev Intirmav last week by Dr P H Viuight The patient was the viMtlm ot an accident at the L N station wlich resulted in a broken leg HH iq r imrtwi as getting along nicely at present Notice Having purchased a onehalf interest in this Rinuls livery stable on Main street I cordially invite all mv friends and patrons to nation meat my new qiarters where I will he in a position to serve the public more faithfully than in the past 18S L 0 SUKARKK e 3 S J TQI Lost A Masonic pin between Frasa Bros grocery store and Collins street Find er will please return to this office and receivojeward tf ror Rent 100 acres of No1 Blue Grass part of whichis within the city limits and is well watered We also have for rent a 20acre pasture G J White Son 13j2t Richmond Ky With Headquarters Here Mr John H Thorpe who has beeni chiefclerk under John B Chenault lies been appointed to the position of District Agent for the State Mutual Life Assurance Company with head quarters in tliis city Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman has taken charge of the Beattyville Coal Co and desires to inform his triends that he will kovp on hand the best Jellico acd Kentucky coal also hay and corn He solicits yonr patronage Phone 184 dec23 4t Lost D- black and white spotted male setter strayed from my place several weeks ago The dog has black eats and short tail and answers to the name of Jack Will be thankful for any in formation concerning his whereabouts D M Chenaulta A Pest House The question of a pest house has at last been settled A committee from the Fiscal Court and the Council met last Saturday and purchased the old Simmons property on the Irvine pike and have already established it as a i pest house Assigned Mr T A Robinson the well known jeweler made an assignment last week to Mr JR R Burnam His liabilities and assets are not known Mr Robin son has made many friends since his removal to our city who deeply regret toMiear of his ill luck and who trust that he will soon be on his feet again i rroptrty Sola Mr B J Clay has purchased from Miss Helen Bennett the old Bennett house on Main street between Joes and Dr V H Hobson The building is now occupied by Mr R G Engle who conducts a boarding house It is rumored that Mr Clay expects to make extensive improvements in the near future On Five Committees ommittees for the House and Sen ate Wore announced Monday by Speaker Brown and Lieut Governor Thornewho were the presiding ofllcers In the House Hon R W Miller of this city was placed on five of these as follows Kentucky Statutes Banks and Banking Printing Criminal Law and Court of Appeals Record Broken The Lexington Leader of Saturday January 9 says Mr George Campbell of 859 Chest nut street who is employed by the Hume Cooperage Co at Richmond returned home last night for a visit to huts family He says his company broke the State record Friday making 1041 complete barrels in ten hours that lay The best record yet made by any of the barrel factories is 1500 per day The Hums Company is one of the largest concerns ot its kind in the South and employs all the skilled hands it can get Grits For HcCreary From the Philippines Senator McCreary was well remem hered during the holidays by several triends in the Philippines One admirer sent the Senator a macbette which in point of deathdealing features appears to surpass most anything of the kind ever seen here The blade is several inches broad arid is as sharp as a razor It was captured from the Fillipino by the American army Another gilt received by the Sena tor came in a amall sized envelope When the envelope was opened a handsome hat resembling a Panama sprang forth like a Jackinthe box The hat is of fine texture and the sur face is as soft as silk It can be folded in sloh a way that it can be drawn through a finger ring A third gift was a box containing 100 cigars made in the Philippines by na tives Louisville Times January 9 o I r3 NEW FIRM e Having purchased the grocery busi T J ness of E Deatherage Co we are W now ready to supply the public with h h everything desired in the general A- J Grocery Line tA We propose to keep the cleanest and J freshest goods to be dand maintain A J the splendidreputation made for this j house by Mr Deatherage We will also ft carryall kinds of field seeds in season r It We cordially invite the people of Rich A v mond arid Madison county to give us a J liberal share of their patronage C AL1Hurbor F Hnguely c Successors to E Deatherage ft Co t t t 1t tt i t tt tt D1p CUTS On I j Suiz and Oiercoazii fJ In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable 4 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 i i 18 20 2250 C 25 Ch ice for w lIGothrough our great stock and take you choice ot jiall the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit 4 style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on c Q J12O J5 Choice for + Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a fJV sdng1OOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages 16 to 20earst at the same startling r reductions as in the mens e c d1t t th t I BIRTHS HIDouglalla twelve pound son To Go to Lexington The intended removal of Mr and Mrs Sam Bennett to Lexington has caused universal regret here While it is not known Just when they will go it will he in the near future Mr Ben nett is one of our countys most substantial citizens and for the last few years has been enjoying the life of a farmer Mrs Bennett is a recognized favorite and will be sadly missed especially in musical circles where her sweet contralto voice has been a source of so ranch pleasure The very best wishes of a host of friends will follow them to their new home The Missouri Pacifc CompanySt Mountain South ern Railway Co Spedal Rates To The West And Southwest On the first and third Tuesdays of Jan Feb March and April 1904 the Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain Route will have on sale special oneway and round trip ex cursion tickets to certain points in the West and Southwest The round trip tickets will bear final return limit of twentyone days from date of sale Special oneway colonists rates to California tickets on sale during month of March and April also from Sept 15th to Oct 15th inclusive 1904 Now is the time to visit Hot Springs Ark Write for illustrated booklett For in formation as to rates etc address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 A Remarkable Occurrence Mr John Moberly who resides near Ford on the Madison aide of the Kentucky river gave the following story to the CLIMAX On last Tuesday Mr Moberly and and James Shearer started out in searchof a wild goose that had been noticed several times in that neighborhood They wandered around for some time walking np and down the river bank until when within about two hundred yards of Mr Mbberlvs h me they came to a small branch emptying itself into the larger stream of water This branch started from a spring and being supplied as it was with running waterfailed tofreezedur lug the coldest weather even when the river was frozen from bank to bank A large tree had fallen across the little stream which together with a quantity of leaveH and dirt had formed an im promptu dam thus causing the water to back ui to a considerable extent When the river began to recede the pent up water likewise began to find its way through the meshes of brush aud leaves and where had been a deep pool there remained just enough water to keep alive thousands of fish that had congregated there before the formation of the temporary dam Upon making such a discovery the two gentlemen immediately forgot the wild goose and proceeded at once to bag their game After filling a two bushel sack they circulated the news of their discovery to others and soon nearly every per son in Ford and the country round about had arrived on the scene Baskets and buckets were filled long strings of fish were carried away and even then a large number were left to spoil These fish were of the carp va riety and varied in weight from one fourth of a pound to a pound and a half Mr Moberly is well known In this county and has always lived near the river He says that this is the first time he liver saw or beard of such an occurrence which has been explained this way When the river was frozen over great quantities offish swam into ttib unfrozen gtream in order to get air and were tjins left hero wheu the wAter rtc4c4 15 10 department o Yeoman Carriage Company Messrs IVm Yeoman and A W McKee who have heretofore done business under the name of Seller Carriage Company will conduct a car ringe manufacturing establishment in all of its departments under the name of Yeoman Carriage Company in the warerooms on Main street in Versailles Ky opposite the Presbyterian church and a share of public patron age is solicited Mr Yeoman with the late Henry Heimiller established this business in 1876 and he assures his patrons that the work he will hereafter do will be on the same high plane with the work he and those with whom he has been heretofore associated have heretofore done The company will keep on hand ac all times a full supply of the best class of vehicles and now has on hand some of its own make It is prepared to build new vehicles and is ready to do all kinds of repairing with the best me chanics obtainable Their workmen have been with the firm for many years some of them since the business was established and they guarantee the work they do Versailles Kv Fayette Telenhotie 117 Important Change oi lime on the L A R IL Monday January 4 1904 On the above date the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company will have a new time card in effect with the fol lowing changes in arrial and departure of trains at Richmond Train No2 now leaving at 605 a m for the West will leave at same time making close connection at Nich olasville for Lexington and Cincinnati and at Versailles for Lawrencebnrg Shelby ville and Louisville Train No4 now leaving at 345 p m will leave Richmond at 140 p m making close connection at Nicholas vile for Lexington arriving there at 250 p moo and at Cincinnati at 6 00 p m Train No 1 from Versailles will ar rive at same time 11 54 a rn and will not run east of Richmond Train No 3 from Versailles will ar rive at same time 810 p m Tram No 6 a new train willarrive from Beattyville at 1045 a m and te tnrning as No 5 will leave Richmond at 130 p m for Irvine and Beatty ville making connection at Beattyville Junction with ihe Lexington Eastern for Jackson arriving at Beattyville at 415 and Jackson at 600 p m For further information call upon local agent or B A Woo ums Solicit ing Ajtent Richmond Ky ISjlm Yearly Report of Chief of Police James JL Allman The following is a complete report of the number of arrests fines etc made during the year just passed The report goes to show that the police force has been vigilant and that the evil doers have been brought to justice Our city boasts of a most excellent ICE force and in no better way can they show the public at large their splendid work than by this official report Total number of arrests made during the year 1903 508 Drunk and disorderly 147 Drunkenness 127 Breach of the Peace 118 Gaming 38 Concealed weapons 82 Suffering nuisances on premises 10 Loitering 4 9 Habitual drunkenness 7 Fast and reckless driving 3 Opening saloon on Snuday 8 Failing to take out licenses 3 Living in adultery 4 Indecent conduct 6 Selling spoiled meat 1 Pointing pistol at another 2 Total 508 Of this number 349 were fined Fines and costs suspended 56 Dismissed and filed away 103 Collected in fines and costs f18UO0 Replevin bonds for flues and costs not due and not collected 429OQ Total lines and costs 22480 BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 1 25and1 50 12Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 OUR New Operator Mr W R Farris has been appointed to the position of operator for the L A railroad at this point and has moved his family here from Burgin They have moved intd the house on Water street recently vacated by Mr Short Mr Farris served in a similar capacity for the Cincinnati Southern at Burgin Hygienic Toilet In the following notice I wish to make a few remarks concerning the toilet articles which I 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 lace and body The preparations I handle are pure Absolutely so they are free from any injurious chemicals and may be used with Impunity on the most delicate and sensitive skin The list of articles I have include hygell11c skin food complexion powder soaps balms tooth paste toilet water high grade perfumes etc My prices are most reasonable and I feel confident if anyone 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 the people of Richmond to give toe their patronage in tbie line MRS ALICE JONES Main St next door to Piggs Grocery dee3otfcrmon ror toting Men Remember son that the world is older than you by several years that tor thonsandsof years it has been full of smarterand better young men than yourself that their feet stuck out of the dormer windows that when they died the old globe went whirling on and not one man In ten millions went to the funeral Dont be too sor ry for your father because he knows less than you do Remember the reply of Dr Wayland to the student of Brown University who said it was an easy enough thing to make proverbs like Solomon wrote Make a few tersely replied the old man The world has great need of young men but no greater need than the young men have for it Your clothes may fit better than your lathers fit him they may cost more money and they are more stylish your mustache is neater the cut of your hair is better But young man tlio old gentleman gets the big goat salary and his homely scrambling signature on the business end of a check will drain more money out of a bank in five minutes than yon could get out of a ream of paper and a cop per plate signature in six months Rnrdette NEWJiT Miss Bessie Prather of Edenton bas returned home after a visit to Miss Gertrude Tudor Miss Lula Wheeler and brother have returned to their home near Klrksvllle accompanied by Miss Maggie West Mrs James Prather and daughter Miss Eunice of Edenton vlaited her daughter Mrs Elvada Tudor last week Miss Mabel Tudor gave a social at her home last Tuesday night in honor of her guest Miss Cleb Summa of Richmond Misses Gertrude and Mabel Tudor enjoyed a most delightful visit with Miss Florence Cotton near Kirksyille last week Meaare Rather and Nat Whitaker have returned home from a visit to Messrs Willie and Oliver Brock of College Hill Miss Ada Cornett has returned to her home near Lancaster bavingibeen the guest of her sister Mrs A V Es tes for several months Mm Willie Sebaetain and daughter Miss Scottia May of Nina wer the pleasant guests of her sister Mr El vada Tudor last weelcaMisses Belle and Tommy Herman gave a most delightful social last Wed nesday night in honor of thoir jtnest Miss Addle IleRrtereon QoJJgrjbursr i 13A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 MATRIMONIALRainRonans count of the ReidRogers wedding was taken from the Winchester SunSenti nel The groom is a brother to Mrs Dan M Chenault and has often visited her The marriage of Miss Jane Rogers the lovely daughter of Mr aud Mrs Harvey A Rogers and Mr Walker Reid son of Mr J D Reid of Mt Sterling was celebrated at the home of the bride near Wades Mill at high noon yesterday The lower rooms were beautifully decorated in holly and smilax with carnations The parlor and library were thrown into one large hall which was crowded to the re serve with relatives and admiring friends of the popular young couple Promptly at the appointed hour Miss Cryan of Bourbon county presiding at the organ struck up the wedding march and the bridal party entered the parlor door passing between streamers of white ribbon to the library division in the center of winch was suspended large bell of holly The bride was handsomely gowned in white crepe trimmed with real lace The maid of honor Miss Elizabeth Park of Padu cah wore a lovely costume ofwhite Bru ells net and the brides maids Mtuses Lula Burgin and Elizabeth Gaitsklll wore beautiful gowns of light blue crepe do chene All carried brides roses The grooms best man was Air J 0 Owen of Mt Sterling The con tracting parties halted under the bell where th9 Rev CWDick of North Middletowu in a beautiful and im pressive ceremony united them in the holy bonds of wedlock A grand re ception with a delightful luncheon followed after which the bridal party drove Thompson where Mr and Mrs REid boarded the 245 C 0 train for ajtrip through the South Miss Janie Myers is visiting in Lex Anne Milward is the guest of Mrs MC Kellogg Rev E G Bo Mann of Lexington wan in the city Monday Missed Alma and Sue Scrivner have been visiting in Lexington Mrs Henry Piggpf Lexington spent last week with Mrs C H Pigg Miss Bessie Crowe has been visiting her sister Mrs G G Crookes in Danville Mr W B Wilkerson of Lexington has been visiting Mr ana Mrs W W Pi TMrs B H Luxon has as her gnest her mother Mrtf Smith of Ohillicothe Ohio Mr L E Lane spent Sunday with friends in Mt Sterling his forjner Milton Barlow of Chicago has been visiting his brother Mr Richard Barlow Dr Landman the Oculist will be at the Olyndon Hotel Wednesday Janu ary 13 inst Mr and Mrs C F Chenault have gone to Titusville Florida to remain some time Mrs Cot John Cunningham and Mrs Laura Bath Francis are visiting In Richmond Miss Annie Bennett was hostess at a charming chafing dish party last Fri day evening Mr and Mrs M C Kellogg bav moved into their handsome new borne F on the Sumrnit Miss Bessie MGinn of Versailles is her sisters Hesdames Jlu 1Mifrom Richmond where she spent the holidays CourierJournal ft I Mr Travis Deatberage having conclu ded s visit to relatives heret has re turned to his home in Illinois Mr and W L Crutcher have gone to Puerto New Mexico to visH their aaaljtpMri Cjtyel H ChnnWI 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved Friends here of Mrs A B Wagers will regret to learn that she is quite ill with typhoid fever at her home In Cincinnati Mrs B L Middeiton is at homo after having spent tie holidays with her parents Captain and Mrs D N Sharp in Shelbyville Mr and Mrs Thomas D Chenanlt Sr and Miss Carlisle Chenault are in Virginia where they expect to remain for some time Fret Thomas C Adams came down from Richmond Tuesday and opened his class in physical culture at night The Falmouth Pendletonian Mr David Powers who has been con fined to his room with a severe attack df rheumatism is reported to be im proving and hopes to be out soon Mrs H L Perry has returned from Lexington having her daughter Miss Gladys on her return to school at the CampbellHagerman College Mrs Go G Prewitt is at home from Lexington Her mother Mrs Henri etta Bronston is reported as getting along nicely although she is still under the care of a trained nurse Little Miss Elath Buchanan entertained about forty of her friends on last Saturday afternoon from one to four oclock All kinds of games were en joyed and delightful refreshments served Mr and Mrs A C Scanlan have gone to Kansas City to be present at the marriage of the latters sister Miss Adell Jones to Mr William McKenzie Miss Jones has visited here 8 JO Choice for 7eSOiSplendid collection of good warm durable Suits oricnockaboutcost is triffing750 500 SUITS Reduced 8 10 and 1250 WeVe culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried jover from last year and marked them all at one price everydayCash only none charged these prices will not allow it CLOTHING FITS RailwayI PERSONAL accompanied from upon several occasions and has many friends in this city One of the features of the dinner given a short time hgo by Mr and Mrs Claude Smith id honor of their son Dr Fred Smith was the cutting of a black cake twentyone years old The cake had been kept fresh by an occasional dash of grape wine which only added to the delicious flavor Miss Tillle Tribble was hostess at a charming dinner last Thursday Her guests were Mesdames W S Old SmithlJrBennett The table was beautiful in its appointments the chief decorations being pink and white carnations A letter received from Dr J M Poyntz directs ns to send his CLIMAX to Orlando Florida where he expects to be for the next month He also stated that his health was slightly im proved which will be good news to his many friends here Dr R M Phelps returned to Versailles Monday after an absence of about three months Mrs Phelps who was operated on in the latter part of October at Chicago is now at Rich mord and we regret to say that her condition is riOt in proved Mrs Phelps has undergone four critical operations in the past two or three years Wood ford Sun On last Wednesday Miss Minnie Dykes entertained her music and chorus class in a most delightful manner In the afternoon the younger members of the class enjoyed the hospitalities and at night the members of the cho 7I ffi7171 1 We Can Satisfy Your Wants Because we can fit your feet with the correctShoes 10 In our Ladies and Childrens- departmentwe have no equals We can show you Lace or But ton high heel or low broad toe or narrow patent tip or plain In fact we are show ing the largest variety ever shown in our city We have the sole agency for the famous Queen 71 Quality Shoe for Women Prices 4 3OO and 350 rus class assembled for a few merry hours The house was very attractive with its decorations of ferns carna tions and draperies of cedar and holly A feature of the afternoon was the mu sical spelling contest As each little guest arrived he was given a card on which was written the musical stall The object was to create as many words as possible out of the seven let ters Little Miss Evelyn Giunchigiiani was the winner of the first prise a Beetfpicture Delicious ices and oaken added to the pleasure of all who left voting their hostess and teacher many thanks for the lovely afternoon At 730 the older guests began to arrive On beautiful handpainted cards written a few notes of a familiar song the contestants to guess the name of the song and write same out on a Jar ger card to which was tied a dainty cord and pencil This contest was spir ited to the extreme at the call of time there were five or six who had been lucky enough to guess all correctly To these were given a new card and two Prof Hutcbeson and Rev J W Garvey tied They drew for the prize a handsome Gibson calendar which was won by Prof Hutcheson The booby prize a bronze bust of Beet hovenwas awarded to Miss Mollie Fife A delicious lunch consisting of salad creamed oysters sandwiches beaten biscuits and coffee was servedafter which Miss Dykes rendered some oi her sweet songs to the delight of her rnoLjnjyableafterroon i A In our Mens and Boys Shoe Department LIline of Highcut Shoes and Bootees are strong and well made to stand the Fwinter days that always have come and are sure to come again W L IN MENS FINE SHOES Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglas have no superior We have sold these lines with more satis faction to our trade and when once tried the satisfaction 71prompts you to buy another pair i CAtL ANp SEE us i 1 + t RICE AND ARNOLD c+++++++7r7Jt+ 1 71+ 19l2 r ctTt mi Ui nU 111 t 4 11111 J J j iS i OME MERCHANTS ADVERTITE just what they have for sale and toll the truth about it Some print fairy ties We ell nothing in this advertisement but a simple straigh forward story of store news We tell you frankly that we want to clean out to make a cyan sweepof the bilk of our winter merchan dise to make room for the spring and summer goods soon to come in We not onlywant the room but more than that we want the money that is tied up in these goods to put into new goods for the coming spring and summer season and will therefore name low prices little prices and marked reductions on many lines to iret it We do not believe there has ever been a better opportunity presented to pur chase from a splendid assortment of sear sonable merchandise as this sale affords It is certainly an opportunity none can afford to miss AHD i I CLAN t t SALE FOR esii ShMpethIctions iq Prices CERTAINLY examinationQf savemany January departments opportunity shrewdest Clearance to Create Vigorous Selling and Enthusiastic Buying Unprecedented price lowness prevails during sale we say these goods or certain articles are to be at reducedprices we cut the prices on the whole quantity and the price remains there till the lot is out no stronger magnet to draw people to our to convince them that we save them moneys This you do by attending this the good things Come bring you friends tJ t Black Taffeta Silk card wide former price 1 25 now 79C per yard Jest Taffeta Silk all colors former price 1 per yd now 75c Good Taffeta Silk all colors former Goc per yard now 45c Wash Silk all colors former price 50c now 35c per yard All colors and Black Broadcloths former price 150 per per yard now 9Sc All colors and black Ladies Cloths 54in wide former price 75c now 49c per yard All kinds and weaves in Black Dress Goods former price 51 per yard now 79c All wool 38in Venetian Cloths all colors former price 50c per yard now 35c All Novelty Suitings former price 75 69 and SOc are going in this sale at 36c All colors and black in all Tricos former price 29c 19c per yard Good Apron former price Gc will be 4e per yard in this sale French Ginghams former price 1519 and lOc will be Se yd Remnants of Ginghams of any kind will be 3c yd in this sale Percales that were 124 Hi and 15c will be 8c pet yard One lot of good Percales all colors will be sold at 5c yard Fine Mercerized Waistings former price 75 and 50c are now 35c The entire line of Mercerized Waistings former price 40 35 and 25c sale price 18c Beautiful New Patterns of Flannelletts for waists and former price 10c Outing Flannels that were Si 10 and 12ic will be sold in this sale at 7ic Ai sU and 7ic Outing Flannels will be sold at 4c per yard Tue entire line of Silkelene for draperies and comforts for mer price foriner price 12c now 8c per yard Beautiful designs worth 12i 15 and 19c former 12ic now 8c One lot of Twilled Draperies former price lOc now 5c yard Genuine Irish Table Damask former price S1 25 sale price 79c pet yard All Linen Damask bleached former price SI sale price G2c Fine Mercerized Table Damask former price 75c sale 47c A full beach Table Damask worth 35c yard will sell at 19c Nine dinnersize all linen Napkins former price 51 75 and S2 dozen sale price 9Sc dozen All linen Napkins full size former price 51 and 5125 dozen sale price 75c Hambergs Laces and Embroideries are being slaughtered in this sale just as if they didnt cost- a cent You can buy any kind for halt yrice and short lengths and remnants are almost given away See them t a m CMt dad eO1SekS Former price 1 and S1 25 sale price SOc Thompsons Glove Fitting Corsets former prize 1 andS 25 sale price 80c All Corsets that formerly sold at 50 and75c will go at 39c Hosiery For Ladies that brought 50 and 75c per pair all colors sale price 29c Hosiery for ladies that brought 25 and 35u pair all colors sale price 19c Hosiery for ladies that brought 15 and 20c are now only 8c Boys Stockings Sandow brand former price 25c sale price 17c Childrens ibbed Stockings sizes 6 to 10 worth 15 and 20c pairLadies Fleeced Lined Stockings worth 25c sale price 19c pai- rInfants Soft Sole Shoes former price 25 and 35c sale price 19c Infant Shoes that sold at 50 and GOc will be 39c during this Clean Our Childrens Shoes that were 90c and 1 pair will be 75e BairLadiesLadies s Shoes in patent kid and all other 53 Shoes will be S2 25 in this sale Mens and Boys Shoes that are 5150 and S2will be sold dur ing this sale for Mens 3 50 and 4 patent kid and Corona Shoes are only 52 75 jn this sale Boys Knee Suitsthat were SI 50 are only 89c in this Glenn Sweep Sale priceBoys pants sale price 2 49 Boys andS3751lensThe Celebrated awes Hats 3 Hats during this sale will be S2 25 Mens Hats that were S1r5 and 2 sale price 1 Mens Hats that were SI 25 and 5150 sale price 85c Men Hats that were 50 and 75c srle price 35c 10cMensMens 1 and 5150 Shirts during this sale will be 85c OUR CELEBRATED SCHLOSS BROS T WILL PAY YOU to spend A few minutes in careful I i the very unusual offerings as described in this advertisement as yod will surely dollars by making your purchases during this Clearance and Clean Sweep Sale We want you to come expecting good bigvalues for your money We dr ui ness but one way that the most sutisfac torJThe goods we oilier during uas sale are the goods you need for winter for present needs Rare values are offered to make a quick clearance in all No effort is spared during this sale to satisfy our customers and nowhere in town can be founda more up to date stock than we carry And dont forget when we advertise a Clearance Sale it means something to the purchas ing public It means that every thrifty forehanded person should seize thes to procure many ofthe winter necessities in the of time at prices that will prove to the buyer that io pays to attend our Sale t this When sold sold We know of store than will can sales Dont wait until all are gone early and tJ wool Ginghams Oxford dresses Tic 72in wide Bicycle Sweep Sale 119 nick Mens Ribbed Vests and Pants former price 35c sale 20c 39cLadies3ScChildlenssale paice 8e 39eMensMens Heavy Linen Duck Coats former price 8125and 2 sale price 1 19 ofhighlladeMattingindurins this sale at Former price 25 to to 3ScJOtper yard Blankets That were formerly sold at S8 50 andfO per pair will be sold at4 90 All wool 104 Blankets in white red gray and plaid former price 53 50 sale price 2 49 Good andS2Blankets that were 75c and SI per pair sale price 48c 53cBedComfortsBed Comforts large size extra heavy former price 125 sale price 85c Extra fine Sateen Comforts former price 1 75 and 2 sale price 5195 toeloseGenuinesale price 5 98 Prices justhalfS20 Cloaks and Suits in this sale will be 10 00 15 Cloaks sale price 7 50 1250 Cloaks sale price i 25 1000 Cloaks sale price 500 750 Cloaks sale price 37o 500 Cloaks sale price 2 50 3 50 Cloaks sale price 175 a Calico Remnants at yardOuting be sold at 3Ac saleHamberg COnsiderwill be closed out during this sale at Half Price SUITS AND OVERCOATS soldSweepThese prices are made to get money This sale is a Clean Sweep Get Money Sale and not a single item will be booked to any rowdedduringIH I I 4 i Busy Bee Cash Store l J ARBUCKLE A I SIMMONS I Har warel f Stoves i f1 Farnung Imprt lq Richmond k Kentucky jIibtt lenjalnifnose 1 htisyoRtc Alfred large line of CJ- of means to you the clothing in world at opportunityComeDo not to house when Lexington t TRAVS r To in Take Tablets Seven boxes sold in past Signature A TEXAS WONDER DISmVERYIHALLS GREAT One small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys anil in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug fiat will he sent hy mail on secelpt of 51 small bottle is two monthe treatment and will cure any ouse above- mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ufacturer P 0 6J9 St Louis Mo Send for te timoniils Sold by all druggist and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KREAD THIS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I have used onn bottle of the rexas Wonder Halls Great eryfor kidney dnd Madder I weighed 150 ponnds when I began using it to day I weigh 176 pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years tad I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully 7jan Iv JOIIN RIDDEL Proverbs U When the butter wont come a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply i milk of pure cod liver oil hypophosphitesspecially stomachs naturallybecause and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For weak and pale and Emulsioni youthesample free IntheSCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 St N Y JICJK1IOO all druggists We are Badly Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too Many Clothing 25 Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over This includes our Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats CAlso our Youths childrens Clothing This best the cost and fail visit our in Lows GUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers Cure a Cold One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine Million 12 months This and bladder One Box Discov trouble put all ment 01EmulsionOu Pearl Per in Cures CripI w11YGifESER FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Its shootWinchestersuits they give Its their entire reliability even WinchesterLeader WinchesterRepeater WinchesterNewblack powder load on the market on account of oftheseTHE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT on box 25c I9lfpl 1- GtILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Special Rates to r HAVANAan- dother to 30 1904 also to LAAccountExcursion daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas every Cuban points daily April tickets bVulnl liw One way mid ltanad trip Rate iii pIT ra- ton tiail third Tuesday in encl month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The Piisnenjjer Department of the Illinois Central K R Co it Ifsninjr nialtstiekrewioldiJirying addrsand others as they arw published from month to month foldersdescriptiveroadagent or address P W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Kv MY NAME1S H THURMANOn Sausage Row try And Buys MS o SKINSi10f Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago