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THE RICHMOND CLIMAX l vfJLUiIE 30 POJJL8o c RICHMOND MADISON BOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 201904 t WINES DRUG STORE 8I7F 71 i V 71 ffi lliffi lrffiffi 71 ffi 71 ROOM NEEDED 1 + t AT THE t + Hustling eash Store + uc FOR THEIR t s Spring Stock 1 ALL 1 1 Winter Weight Goods Iit Cloaks Clothing Overcoatsf 7F Heavy Boots and Shoes IAre marked ownandmarked to SELL 5 ealJ and Secure a Bargain +Very truly w Hamilton Lackey Corner Main and First Streets ffi 7 tV lJ 71 7i 71 71 1 7tf F7i F71 7 CJ WI CKUTOHKK 6 w EVANS JR jJ enlI lteWAND lDflfflic A Magnificient Stock of Goods 2- to t Everything for the home beautiful v C can be found in our store V 1 m B rc tt and our prices will suit jj J everybody 1 If Weare at home at opIint sold stand on Main street and we guarantee the best andmost polite attention tlJ gvea call c l Crutcher 1d Evans Main Street Richmond Ky JJ c co D B HACKELFOD CO Have iust received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOC FENCE is ttcll 55 INCH tffi 411 JJIt 4dILr r 1 r iti Vi H lTrt rtpir r tI r = = ii LtM ta UI t apart Special Cattle Stay or6iiuapartStyleI KC onJiCtPfhiC d steel wires heavily galvatiizrd oroviie fur epinsonandwntracion Is practically ever Never goes wron matter how great strain is put on it ot mutilate bet dOes efficiently turn cattle horses hogs Mt igflEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manvfacturersand by us Call and see it Can show you how it wjllsvit you money fence your fields so they will stay fenced The price will advance in 60 days 8 8 Shockelford COI For Rent ellApplyFar Sale On suite of Iteavy walnnt fnrnitnr fur pieces Cost S400 Willsdl for sIflnSToo large for bed room in my mp Can he seen at Puone No long ring or ave10TI7tf a HOT Vwt and 13 In a a J Whats in a Name Ev vhtr ia In a name when It comts ti Witch Hazil Salvo E O UWilt Co of Chicago discovered Home var RIO how to make a a1v- efrimWitli HHJH tint i a ppccifln for Piles For blind lileedlnu itching unil protruding Pi 10s eczqma COtS lt rtin LntisflB and all Rkln disoased DeWIttfl Salve hts no eqnal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeit Ask lor TeWittstheR- enuIPQ Sold by E C Winos liu E C Announcements FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnoundo lIon D I forCongresM oflIemncraUcsolicited FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce W R Attomyparty We are authorized to announce R H AttorneynbJetWe are authorised to announce W B Attomeof the Democratic arry FOR SHERIFF We are antlionzrd to announce JNO W MadisonCountyic Party We are authorized tn announce B B Million subjectCOLYERVemocrtlcpartyFOR JAILER WDERlIDemocraticparty PERKINStheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce D C MaditonCountycratic party We are authorized to annonnce N B JONES subjectWe are authorized to announceJ B DOZIER subjectROSSatto the action of the Dtom catic party MORGANTAYLORcounty sujet to the altion of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G Madianitcountyparty ANDERSONIJIKES actionorVe are authorized to announce J H htichniondasacandldateBublect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized lo announce BUCK Madisonrountyic Party e are authorized to announceJ R PARKE countycubject TERRIDemocraticpartyWe are authorized to announce W TDUERSON a candidate for Jailer or Madison DemocraticFOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT DENTONlic SchoolH of Madison subject to the nctlon of the Democratic parly FEDWARDS totheJOHNNOLASD totheFOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce J L BAKER of Blue Lick Precinct as a candidate for Asses sor subject to the action of the Democratic art authorized to announce BUD DUNN countysubject fOOLDEN DemoITO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it GrovessijtnatureIa on cents A happy home Is the reflection of heaven Cured After Suffering JO Years 0 F Hare Supt Minma Cycle Mfg Co Miildlntown 0 suffered for ten years with dyspepsia He pent hundrelH of dollars for medicine and with doctors without receiving any permanent benefit He says Oue nljht while feeling exceptionally bad I was about to throw dawn the evening paper when I saw an itmn In the paper regarding thi merits of Kodo Dyspep BJH Cure I concluded to try it and while I had no faith in it I felt better after the second dose After using two bottle 1 am stronger and hetterlhan I haye been In years aud I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure to my friends and acquaintances Buffering from stow ach troubla by n O Wines lilt I SWISS BLOSSOMS Little Mountain Country Bedecked in May and June by Nature PROFLJSEANO DAINTY BLOOMS Imire loii VIilch One Ilcrrlve On IlelioldluK Acre of Flower la More Lusting Titati Other Scenes 0 see Switzerland In her flower months is to lay up a store of vivid memories In May June or even July the lowliness of the flowers leaves an impression even more lasting than the peaks and valleys Anyone who had not been in tho land of Switzerland in the early summer might think the acres of whIte- St Bruno lilies or glowing alpenrose to be the outcome ota strong imagina tion But it is not so There Is a valley properly called the Blumcnthal the vale of flowers In the Berner Ob erland where every Sunday while the lilies last men come from the Inter laken hotels with huge baskets to gather them as earlier still they gathered yellow and white anemones Theycome up the slopes and fling themselves down by their baskets and so close are the flowers that I remember seeing one filled within half an hour though the gatherer did but shift his position LARGE PINK AURICULAS twice and then Only by a couple of J ards at a time The flowers do not all grow In great patches or beds but are scattered over the beautiful Alpine pastures Up to the very edges of the snow the soldan ella shows its little purple bell side by side with the orange and white cro cuses When they cease to blow they are followed by white anemones whose Eeed pods in time become balls of down with long horns of gray and mauve hair Every seed has its hairy wing and will in time be glown by the wind even as thistledown is blown The crocus and soldanella never wait for the snow to pass from their heads but burst up through it and that on its retreating edges where the pressure is most ruthless For every day the edges grow more thin and every night the frost makes a despairing effort so that half the days growth and all the nightly growth of these flowers Is through a layer of something little less Inhospitable than ice The crocus works his head clear cased in a tightlyrolled elastic sheath Ills little to the tend der petals within that the sheath may LARGE WHITE AURICULAS be bruised or scarred they are safe at rest and not till the spikes head is clear of the enemy do they swell and burst and discard their mother sheath The soldanella for all Its modest drooping head Is little less careful True he bursts out while hIs petals are still touching the snow but then he bursts downwards Instead of upwards like the crocus His head faces the snow and when the little globular case which contains the flower opens and the petals shake themselves free their ad venture aids rather than opposes the flowers consummation The flowers crowd upon every vacant place Rock or scarp pasture or rubble deep soil or thin each has its complement pressing In where others fear to tread The tiny white and mauve veined anemones cling about the fringes of almost no soil and wanton on the less lean slopes Their bigger sul phur brethren prefer a richer diet and cluster anywhere from the moderate to the rich soils But narclsslflora which loves to wander upon the face of the ground casting Its whorls and circlets stoneirow ledges between rocks and the steep face of shallowsoiled slopes with an unerring insUnct Its own first cousin In seeming though not an ane mone btt ranunculus aconltlfolla bears flowers that are almost as those of nar ctsslflora In size arrangement and kind but knows that the rich silt by the streams edges is the place appoint ed for Its delight There you may find it overshadowed by rue and giant buttercup Tong male and sweetscented orchids huge oxeye daisies and other greater booms but content for that la us proper home Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of Bxrgerton Tenn saw her dying and wre powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Dis dpspairintomediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its tho mot certain cure in the world for all throat and Innir troubles Guaranteed bottles 50n and SI Trial bottles free jet all drugstores 1m Thereres nothing more disgraceful than insincerity Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore FHt or Stiff Joints But theres no need for it Bavcklena Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Piles too 25 cents at all drugxista 1m This Is the order of the flower world keep your place and Nature shall keep you In the valley woods where waterfalls spray all the summer round and the air is steamy you may find the lily of the valley but the St Bruno sweetIslopes or under the shadow of a wood at high altitudes Between the two almost as if knowing that their color must make them a prey to every passer and that It Is therefore well to live in places hard of access other great or ange lilies like the Martagon and Turkshead cling among the tall pines and on the edges of the cliff See too how curiously varied yet always with an end or cause in view CLOSE TO THE SNOWS is tho color of the flowers In the heart of the pine woods the alpenrose spreads a crimson and dull red carpet wherever a break in the branches lets in it ray of sunlight Here also but In the heart of all the shadows hepatica raises a tender mauve or pale rose head very delicate and growing in the soft soil of decayed pine needles Pyrola unl flora grows hard by pure white and with petals so thick and waxen as al most to seem artificial But there Is a reason Pyrola loves the wood be cause It loves the cool and moist yet Also too much moisture Is by no means a blessing Therefore It stores moisture and coolfless In these fat and Juicy petals against days of summer heats and drought when there Is no riln and the branches give no entrance to dew And here sometimes you may also find that tenderest and most lovely flower which Linnaeus the father of all true botanists named for his enduring me morial Linnea borealis Its home Is In Norway hot it sometimes spreads Its WHERE THE CROCUSES GROW dainty bells over the fallen branches and the rools or a Swls pine wQ9d Tiny rounded leaves and delicate bells hang like a score of rosy seedpearls on a stalk as fine as hair There Is no mis taking this darling of Flora It Is to be found in one or two favored spots in Scotland Fortunately It Is so Incon attentionj4nd now open moist hollow places the tops of the passes and everywhere where the sun flames down unhindered Here are the truest children of Switzerland the gentians whom the sunshine has loved till they took the very blue of the skies You may find a white gentian and one bronzegreenitrue gentian Is a star of purest blue the blue of a cloudless June But gentian too has Its poor cousins They dress In many hues tall spikes of pale saffron bunches of rose or yellow and In their kind almost as true children of sun as the lords of the family the great tawny orange spires whose YELLOW CISTUS OR ROCK ROSE heart Is the bronze that comes only of much warmth within and without Such and of such are the flowers which dwell In soil but there are others and they are neither fewer nor less fair which cling and creep and sprout In places vruere the eye can scarce see place to dvell in Here among the parched gram and loose stones nestles Globularia nudlcaulis little balls of pale blue or yonder where the ground Is still rougher Polygala chamoebuxus Impudently putting up his yellow and orange heads among the lichens and saxifrage and a thousand creeping forms whose heads scarce rise twc inches above the bed whereon they theYjspin Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures lessenedbysavebyttlAir yOUINever strike a boy smaller than your self he may grow A Very Close Call- I stuck to my engine although ev ery joint ached ami eviiry nerve was rackhd with pain writes C W Bella BurlingtonIowaany appetite and all run down As I was about tn give up I got a bottle of Electric Hitters and after taking it I Wt as well as I ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists Price I cents 1m BUYS RIGHT TO KILL New York Acquires Invention Used in Executing Murderers State Electrician Davis Sole Possa cor of the Secret Conient to Im port Ilia Knowledge to Oth era for Sum of 1OOOO State Electrician E F Davis of New York for 10000 has consented to fill ta the state all right title and interest in his electrical patents used at the execution ol condemned criminals and will instruct an assistant in their workings so that in the event of Davis death or inability to carry out the mandates of the law the state wilt not be without an onicial executioner Superintendent C V Collins of the state prison department has designated Robert Elliott electrician at Clin ton prison as assistant to Electrician Davis and Mr Elliott received his first official lesson at the execution ot Carmine Galmari at Sing Sing prison The electricians at Sing Sing and Au burn prisons have been designated by Superintendent Collins for instruction They will attend executions only in their respective persons however placeIall future executions until his succes sor Is designated The question of a successor to State Electrician Davis has long been a source of apprehension to Superinten dent Collins and the wardens of the prisons where executions are carried out Davis has made practically a life study of electricity and has officiated at every execution since the law went Into effect When he took charge at the execution of William Kemmler the first victim to die in the chair at Au burn prison on August 6 1890 execu tlon by electricity was entirely experimental but from that time to the present Davis has killed over 70 per sons including Czolgolz President McKinleys assassin Mrs Martha Place and the three Van Wormer brothers Davis has taken out two patents for execution purposes The chair never has been used but the helmet and the leg electrode have been used by Davis for several years He also has other apparatus not patented that be uses He carries this apparatus with him in his little black grip from place ta- place and has Jealously guarded his secret Realizing that the inability of Davis to officiate might leave the prison of ficers helpless In carrying out tbp law Superintendent Collins for several years has been trying to purchase from Davis his secret From time to time assistants have been appointed to work with Davis with a view to edu cating them so that they could perform the duties but none has ever reached the point where he was wIll- Ing to take charge of an execution or could explain the construction or working of the apparatus which Davis uses Some left of their own accord and others failed to qualify and were dismissedTwo ago Davis offered to sell the right to use the patents he uses or may hereafter invent to explain The working of the apparatus and to in struct such assistants as might bO designated for 10000 The legislature appropriated that amount but the bill was so drafted that It called for tho purchase outright of the patents and Davis refused to sell Now however ho has changed his mind and Super intendent Collins has closed the bar gain Davis will continue to apply tho current as long as he is able but the state hopes to have a competent man to do it when Davis decides to give up his task ARMY TO USE HAND ORGANS Salvationist of Gotham to Adopt New Method for RnUliiir Fuuds for the Poor Italian organ grinders in New york are up In arms The Salvation tnzy is about to encroach upon their dorrmln with organs and monkeys There are many expert organ grinders among the soldiers who the officers Insist should be given an opportunity to display their accomplishment and IncIdental- ly to add wealth to the exchequer The atmosphere of New York city will probably be soon filled with the dulcet strains of hand organ music throughout the length and breadth of the city It is not improbable on the other hand that white flags protocols and numer ous other things pertaining to warfare will be presented in consequence of the lively battle between the Salvation Army and the Italian army The police commissioner has received a communication from Charles L Whit man a commander of the Salvation Army asking him to recommend an ordinance permitting members of the organization to grind hand organs in the streets of the city The commissioner has turned the letter over to the senior inspector Slow Otoe Indians Spend Their Money The plethoric Otoes those that sold high priced Inherited allotments are putting on all kinds of ridiculous style The are buying themost costly horses and carriages and several of them are buying very expensive tattoo Itarks One of them recently had his little daughter decroated In the face by an expert tat tooer and he paid about 300 for the In delible insignia TTTI Only a Dream The other night according to The Kan sas City Star a Henry county Mo farmer slept on his back and dreamed that corn would advance soon on the Chicago board of trade The next day be bought 10000 bushels and lost 500 He now sleeps on his side Just One Minute One Minute Cough Cure gives relief In one minute because it kills the mi crobe wInch tickles the mucous memo brane causing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm and draws out trio inflammation and heals and soothes the affected tarts One Min ute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cnre in all curahle cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for voun and ldolcI by E 0 Wines 1m When corn pops it turns white Same way with a bashful man Letus hope the winter will he a fall nra instead of the cotl crop Stops the Qtragli and Works off the OeM Laxative Bromd Quinine Trweta cnre a cold in one day No cure no pay Prica 25 cents COR MAIN FIRST Cctct4vt STOCK ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS A splendidopportunity 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 t ArizonaColorado Copper Belt and Gold Mining and Milling Company Inch promise to be equal to any ot the Great Producers in Arizonas wonderful Copper Belt extending ILJIL Mining District whirl as to past and present production and future promise is not excelled in the worldJ oninetcLargequantities j IL westwhenItJ JArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co AA 50 Cents per Share JV which puts the Investor on the Ground Floor with the Promoter Stock fully paid and nonassessable ProJ J hojetinirA VAt absolutelrA j eral Manager states From present indications stock should be at par before tho close of the year The investor will notice that Having the United Verde Senator Clarks mine with its BillionDollar Ore in V 7J ILPhelpsthis as au investment is tho w- C Mining Opportunity of the Present Century J- jFor furtherinformation addresstIROBT M FOREE Pres and Gen Mgr OfficecArizona e Weak HeartsAre of every ono hundred people who have heart trouble Indigestionoo1ytraceablegestion All food taken into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and theheartthatdelicatelhadstomachroublefrith It ltoKcdolDyaepa1a Cur for about our moI What You Eat of all nervous pressureI the trial Prepared by It 0 DWITT A CO OHIOAQo For sale by Perry Tho- masDONT throw your money away for the kind of COALth- atis as hard to burn as p fireproof building Tis better 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 WE ALSO KEEP uCda a eOT Bsaltvvills Coal G- oD R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 A VestPocket Doctor Never 5n the way no trouble to carry easy to take pleasant and never tailing in results are DeWitts Little Emly Risers A vial of these little pills in tho vfst pocket Is a certain guarantee against headache bilious nets topid Miver and all of the ills re suiting from constipation They tonic and strengthen the liver Sold by E 0 Wines 1m Tour of Oil Mexico Via B O S W under personal escort The Ameiican Tourist Associa tion Selected Clientele Limited All exclusive privileRes independent travel Special Pullman Vestibuled Train Baggage Drawing Room Compartment Library and Music Room and the famous open top Observation Car Ohililitll rickets Including all ex penses everywhere Leaves January 50 1901 For information address 0 P McCarty G P A BO S W Cincinnati O Dissolution Notice By mutual agreement the firm of Baylor Bros has dissolved partnership Mr Calvin Taylor retiring from the business AH parties owing said firm hre requested to call at once and settle Oj4t TAYLOR BROS Every time some women smile their husbands are reminded or dentists hills WtMan would rather propel the bicycle of pleasure tItan the wheelbarrow ol necessity ieveprthlngwltngho r II JOS D WHITHAMSecTreasurer Branch Office 248 Equitable Bldg Denver Colorado c C NUMBER A Vice PrsidentJBranch Office Tacoma BIdg Illinois A Reminder That we are right in the push withour superb stock of t tlI t t1 j Dry Goods IWecarry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingsl Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White WhswCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY t Big Hill Coal Co 3 ORLANDO KY Shippers of AInIle Coal 4+ + + +++c ++++ ++++++++ 1 t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJt grate without any attention jc ++ 8 L R BLANTON DEALER IN 1 Coal Feed Salt Sand Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc 5 Corner Main and B StreetsaprM lyrPhone 85 = FLOURWhere are you going my pretty maidiTo purchase flour kind sir she said 1 What kind of flour my pretty maid Why Elliston Patent of course kind sir she said Then Ill go with you my pretty maid Youll never repent it sir she said J And he never repented in all his life For he took Elliston Patent Flour home to his wife 1 MJEI l 1 Elliston E Company Phone J66 3 WACO t KY Wool Carding in Season tf RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet is enouch for usual occasions Tha family bottle 60 tents contains a supply for a year Air druggists sell them J H Thompson awel known citi zen of MillersbnrjrjdipiUn a Lexingto- nhpttal FRANK 910 Chicago KILLTHECOUCHAND WITH I II I j II FOR c 35 Dr1 Kings New Discovery ONSUMPTIOM OUGHS and OLDS SOc Price S1OD iFret Trial and Quickest Cure for all I ISuretlt and LUNG TROUBr j MONEY BACK J L t1 I e sesss Is ss s s s S t S esss SS SSS SSSSSSS a t h SI ER E DUCED LI1 S I sS fP R I C E S PJ1 sE i on all Heavy Winter 1 Sx K BOOTS SHOES JJ S i UNDERWEARSI 15- 1I ig I It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods gii 150 a g fat this time of the year in order to begin next gl II- sSS rs I season with fresh new goods 4 IS q i S Ss ISPJ CRUTCIIER TRIBBLE 1 1 55 E Main Street Richmond 1 Kentucky l S I 1 l SsSSSSSSeSSSSSS S55 SIOOISII OIOQCOIII SOIIIGSISSIIIISISSISISISISSSSISSSSS 1 he Richmond Climax O CHENAULT President D MILLERBditor Manager WEDNESDAY JAR 20 1904 UHLJJiH WRY WMMfHSIMY The Climax Printing CoI Incorporated COMMENTING upon Senator McCrearys speech delivered in the United States Senate December llth the Winches suysIThe speech Throughout shows a thorough knowledge of the subject in hand and stumps Mr McCraarj as a broadgauge statesman I do not agree with Mr McCreary in some of his conclusions but upon thewhole the speech is a credit to the man who made it and shows that he is a credit to his State THE questionof negrodom ination has come to a pretty pass in the south The latest act of dictation from a black skin son of Africa was committed Sunday when a nig ger collector refused to half mast the flag over the govern ment building in Atlanta in memory of the Souths be loved dead General John B Gordon DURING the past week death claimed four exGovernors John Young Brown of Ken tucky John B Gordon of Georgia Charles Foster and Asa Smith Busbnell of Ohio GENERAL STEPHEN D LEE hasbeen lpJutd as Commander of the United Confederate Veterans to succeed the late General John B Gor don CIBrower COI LEXINGTON KY J Screeini Our display by far surpasses all former efforts We have to offer you A line of new goods just opened bought for the holiday trad Hardwood Oak Frames filled with Silkoline at 1 50 175 and 250- FlemishAntwerp Oak and Mahogany Frames filled with Burlap Burntwood panels from S4 to 1850 Burlap Screens from 5 up Japanese Paper Screens 350 and up Leather Filled and Leaded PanelsScreens from 20 to 3- 0CF1BrdtrCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY p1 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY QCCORPOXATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this groat section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWEL- LPresident Genl 3Ianngcr CITIZENS of Richmond feel unusually proud over the pro gress that has been made in this city during the last few years There has been a steady growth of the town during this time Several new streets have been opened or are being opened and numerous dwellings erected Since the opening of the Bar rel Factory and the L and A Work Shops there has been quite an influx of people into our midst all of which adds to the commercial life of the place During the spring and summer months considerable building will be done We feel proud indeedof the business thrift and the spirit of progression thatcharacterizes our merchants and business men as a whole From an ar tistic standpoint Richmond is a pretty town and it is situa ted right in the heart of the Blnegrass and is easily reached by two railroads We are the proud possesesors of one of the handsornestCust m Houses in Kentucky in which convenes the Uuited States Court at its regular sessions Richmond has other indus tries such as tlieCigar Facto ry Steam Laundry Ice Fac tory etc The growth of the city too is steady as we said before it is on a good sub stantial foundation which will last Let our citizens continue to encourage this marked spirit of progress invite new enterprises to our midst see that more building goes on and in a short while we can point with pride to one of the most progressive cities in the State DEATH TAYlxm Mrs Emily Taylor aged about forty years died at her home at Red House on the ninth of January Her funeral occured at the family rei deuce thence her burial in the grave yard at that place BUTNBB Mrs James Butner died at her home at Paint Lick Saturday Deceased was a comparatively VOUIR woman and before her marriage was Miss Bolton She leaves a husband and several children For a short time Mr Butner was a clever and polite clerk at W D Oldhams during which period his family resided in this city on Mnberly Avenue His friends here will regret to lear of his bereavement 100 Reward The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one disease that science has beeh able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure IB the only Itive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh he a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy lug the foundation of the disease and strength by buildingf lYiUK UIO patient up the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work The proprie tors have much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hnndnul dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Addres F J CIIBSEY co Toledo Ohio Sold by all druggists 7o- cHslla Fatally Vills are the best 2m J W HUNTER SecJ JRI Laming Messrs T H Pickles and Joe Myers who have leased the Register recently took unto them a wife each and here is an article that appeared In the Register of recent date headed How They Differ Dill you ever notice the difference in the way a man and a women will handle money- A man carries his money loose in his pocket or in a pocketbook hidden about lila person while a woman carries hers in a kind of batchel exposed to viewA rarely has anything mixed witli his money while a woman will have everything from hairpins up in the same tire with her cash A man will reach for his money and get it In stantly while it takes a woman some time to get at hers As a rule a man cannot tell how much money he has without counting it while a woman can tell to a cent without counting A man will forgot in a week what he paid for a thing while a woman will remember always what she paid for a given article Hereafter gentlemen mark your stories continued Valley View Argent Mr Searcy at Frankfort Hon Oharles L Searey of Waco Madison county foi two terms repre sentative in the Legislature and one ol the most influential members of the committee for the promotion of theI Kentucky exhibits at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis was in the city Thursday returning from Frankfort where he had been in the interest of the bill now before the Legislature asking an appropriation of 75000 for the Kentudky building at thejiFair To a Leader representative Mr Searey said J think there is no doubt now of the passage of the bill Not only the Legislature but the people whom they represent are anxious that Kentucky shall make a considerable showing at this the greatest exhibition in the peopeindividuallyin the way of private subscriptions but this has bten insufficient and it Is now somethingStatenot niguara in this matter and if the bymembersthe bill be any criterian to go by the appropriation will carry by practically a unanimous vote Lexington Leader BEAUTY TRIUMPHSTim tt Prlemta Tromsuro Scanty is womans greatest charm The world adorerbeautiful women A losingthisate the rate and keep women beautiful There is n balm by cultured and un cultured women in the crisis Husbands should investigate this remedy ia ordei to reassure their wivea as to the ease with which children can be bom and beauty of form and figure retained Mothers Friendis the name which this preparation is known It diminishes the pain allied to throughoutpregnancyit breasts makes elastic all tendons called upon to hold the expanding burden Muscles soften and relax under its influ favorablytheMothers Friend is a liniment for external application It is gently rubbed overtheparts so severely taxed and being absorbed lubricates all the musclest p Druggists sell it for 1 icrbottle You may have our book ur1eUlerhee4free THE BfiADfl LB RteWLATeS CO ATLANTA M KIRKS VILLE As Mr Edwin Brown recently wrote a short little sketch of our quaint town I will endeavor to give to your readers a few of the important facts concern ing the place Kirkeville was first called Bagdad afterwards Centervllle As there were two Centervilies in the State the name ot this village was changed to Kirksvllle in order that a postoffice might be established hero It was socalled in honor ot old Mr Samuel KirkeiulHll who was then the leading business man of the place He conducted a store and a carding fac tory The old brick church one store one blacksmith shop and a barnes and waddle shop with a few residences made up the town Kitksville in its earliest days had no school children having to walk one mile to attend school Miss Jane Hann built two rooms and opened the school She sold out to Professor Harry Smith who in turn sold to Professor Milton Elliott whose work is known to all of your readers Kirknville has experienced many dark days being cut off from all railroad facilities Haw ever she has steadily improved until now and all of her citizinsfoel very proud uf her There are now three churches with four denominations one high school one public school four stores two blacksmith shops and one broom factory The town is about seventy five years old and has one hun dred and eighty inhabitants It is situ ated on a high ridge almost in the cen your At grasp at news Dunn to usual and The beau in distance can be mountains by the set sun of corn and by the way was the cause of factory making our prosperous Our are aud We one up date iu eVery reapeot hall tor every Sun sabbath good music mid entice to move midst our is situated old was H Various this mound one from a bee ol to be of old land gradual and is level in and rich in are an cozyfarm houses plenty of flue fields groups uf t good water heaithy locality and rich bachelors iuch can be found in State of our size can beat us This quaint little village though Its population is small one hundred when you count one and all Men and children with the thrown in- To give its at the head ill begin On the Kifhmond pike a ridge tour uuiles from Paint Lick is a new iron bridge In the left nand cornier a you come into town In a cozy little with all A neat pretty girl in the home will be i Sine is pleasant and industrious and kind 4iv Sine is a competent to instruct the young mind rShe clever and attractive and not all vain She never lets her run of her So you cant mistaken for her name I will spell Her Christian name begins with an L Then you will see Which will as can be Dr Snowden across on the is a manvery tall his age and experience he us all Of his skill as a and lila medical treatment too If you call on Ur Miowden hell carry you The next is Sanford he has up his sign Then Ii W comes Undertaker for burial he has the very best His hearse will take you anti lay you with the blest Where the wuknil rente troubling an 1 the are t rest Dr Fry is tile Urugirist he has of all kinds He has the new canInes shop dentist combined lIes a medicine he carries each line J B Walker deals in Irv goods and This town has four churches but three we see Two will use the same while they can agree one has a spire but bell we can hear When the weeks toil is ended and the draws near We worship In our God fear In one house doctors are both siaely But one pallaut M the young ladys friend Juan a slight illness sick they pretend And are urn hula visits have to come to enid Professor Simmons is competent willing and true To solve any question yOU ask to do With the shade trees and the nice view Professor Pecicham and Miss Ora are up to date too The at the the in town W Shepherd is the manager and he hustles He talks nothing but show to all that he meets Drumming up crowds to fill up his seats V Miss Allen a musician melodious tones The of trades Is our painter When we alt get perplexed know what to do- Ve call on Jones and he carrier us through Brother Ratchfnid at the parsonage and Gldy Williams below Ve cross nvr the and to Bogies we Then Blakeman comes next To our memories will flow The sad of many long years ago The event which made this place near and far company soldiers was raiseo to fight in tine war We will pass tine new carriage shop and that us to Brown He is the lending dry man of this town And in his the postoffice be found Tine school dont the rod Then old Krotber Cotton a true man ot God Squire Coy deals In hardware and groceries too He law will try von then put you through John Finnell a carpenter yoir contracts will take J Fowler your will make Mrs P ruIn is the oldest inhabitant of this place JV L the milliner who trims with such taste Hendrix the newsboy has a bright genial face Dr Snowdens office ii the Irem of the place r All kinds treatment here will he His XRlv mAchine with electricity will All tine ills nf mankind he can certainly find W P Prewitt on Millurrove street Is a gentleman raises nice eat lie can help von in law and in auctioneer too Now I think I have Kirkpville through NETTIE by The Only Way This is the ncveptable season for re ewine snhpciiptions with the State weeklies and an exchange tIne following approved rules for obtaining idmiiion tine editors den Advance to the Inner door and give three distinct raps or kick the door town The will ntl end the alarm You will give him name post office ddresu and the number of years you have owing the paper lie will admit you You advance to the center of the room address the editor with tine foil wing countersign Extend the ight band two from the body with the thumb and finger extended clasping a Un dollar bill which drop into the extended hand of the editor the same time say looking for me The editor will the hand and bill and say Yon bet After giving him concern ing your locality you will be permitted to retire with a receipt- UHIOiY CITY More real estate changes and removal have happened in the last few months than ever before in the same length of time The following persons have purchased and moved to the property nuined i J H Eads Bulter Dunn farm Ierry Powell Chits Sopor place Mrs Durham J Eads farm J N Sharp Jas McKinney farm J Y Risk Tiff Freeman place Wm E Walden harm TilT Freeman Bob Olliver Tribble Bros bought Holcomb place and have rented it J H Eads bought Allen Turpin farm and will rent it Tie following persons have removed to places indicated Win Denny mouth of Flint Allen Tnrpin to Rich mond Valden to III Minor Risk Oscar Park place Jos SleKin ney to Richmond Ora Hacket E Hupnely place Geo Noland to Mrs Eades E M to Rich mond 8horty to Chas Eads place Ford to Holcomb place M W Holcomb to Oklahoma Shelby Taylor to Perry Powell place Rufus to W L Olds Jas Bhickwell to Asbill place Robt Olliver to Chas Tipton place George Baber to Perry Powell place Arch Woods to Noland Heirs Owen Keene to near mouth Red River Ken nedy blacksmith to Union City Frank Powell to Newton Dunns place Saml Jackson to Mrs Berry plac Henry to N Lamer place Bush will move shortly Mrs Wm Jett presented her husband with a fine girl Friday morning All doing well The dinner at J Lodge was out of eight as L ReynoMs will occupy the pulpit at tine church this year econd Sunday and Saturday before Uev McMilan will preach at tine Bap list church again year Minor Risk recently made a trip to lint for hula rheumatisnij bu returned unimproved Under Dr Hen rys treatment be able to be out again Lick IIriverscenery surrounding here tiful the seen the majestic peaks of the Cumberland gilded as were titig The country around productive white burley line hump which our hemp thus farmers and euterprisitrg people educated sociable refined Iiave three physicians elegant medical office a splendid emertaiiiuieuta preaching lay ttaee Schools everything people our Near town Round Hill an Indian mound which used as burial place searching parties have visited and Danville found quite num human bones supposed those Indian settlers The around here has a slope and smooth surface soil There abundance of HIck waving on grain for nice orchards sparkling streams and as many pretty glue old to the square as the Where place that Only and eighty women dogs description on high sloping Just cottagn vines around found obliging teacher is at pride ahead brain be OTTIB make us plain next corner From convince surgeon through Burton into line to sleep weary druge and doctor of fancy fine houses house Only no Sabbath spirit without dwells two they menv D When quite an him pretty hall college is nicest building G around blending helper D Jones G and dont street ItO scenes noted A brings roods store too may puhlir that use in and W pikes 8 Nettie Pond Richard nf found shine that things to an traced completely L POND request quotes to devil been about feet Wore you place E Downs to M House Hnguelr Geo Noland Henry Hither place Irvin place Sarida Abney R D Hamilton Elder H this is is It is to to to ts is it Y is D H to Important Change ot lime on the L A K a It Monday January 4 1904 On the above late the Louisville Atlantic Railroad Company will have a new time card in effect with the fol lowing changes In arrival and depart tire of trains at Richmond Train No2 now leaving at 605 a in for the West will leave at Paine time making close connection at Nich olasville for Lexington and Cincinnati and at Versailles for Lawrenceburg Slielbjville and Louisville Train No4 now leaving nt 345 p m will leave Richmond at 140 p m making close connection at Nicholas vile for Lexington arriving there at 250 pm and at Cincinnati at 6 00 pm Also makes close connection at Ve aai lies for Lawreticeburg Shnlbyville and Louisville arriving latter plate 600 p m- Train No 1 from Versailles will at rive at same time 1154 a in and wilt not run east of Richmond Train No3 from Versailles will arrive at same time 810 p m Tram No 6 a new train will arrive from Beattyvlllo at 1045 a m and le turning as No 5 will leave Richmond at 130 p m for Irvine and Beatty ville making connection at Beatty ville Junction with tine Lexington Eastern for Jackson arriving at Beattyville at 415 and Jackwon at 600 p in For further information call upon local agent or R A Woolums Solicit- Ing Agent Richmond Ky 13jlm PAINT LICK delightIreturned to her home in Washington City much to tine regret of some of our young men Mrs Adelia Woods and charming daughter Miss Minnie of Stanford are visiting the family of Mr Wm Wallace and Erneet Woods Miss Rose Geiser has returned to her home after spending tbe holidays with the MIsses Francis Alis Maggie Francis has returned to Cincinnati after spending the holidays with her memo folks She is atenograpin- er for the Singer Sewing Machine Co Messrs Fish and Est ridge will scout move into their new stores with a complete line of new goods Mr Fish is the proud lather of another nice lit tie girl Francie Marlon Mrs Marguret Argo his gone to Junction city is spend the whiter with her noice Mrs Sallie McKinney Mr McGnire has moved into the house vacated by Mr Burchell Mr Burt the hemp king has moved into the house of Mrs Ed fallard We Have lJada fine spell fIr gathering ice everybody having filled their bosses Rev O S Young has a select school at the Panonige He is a epltndtd teacher and any one haying children to go to school will find h totheiradv- antage to send to him 1 A ers Falling hair means weak hair Then strengthen your hair feed it with the only hair food Ayers Hair Vigor It checks falling hair makes the hair Hair Vigor grow completely cures dan druff And it always restores colorto gray lair all the rich dark color ofearly lif- ealll falling out badly and Iwas rutI It ti Then I tried Ayert flair VlRur It 111lekltoprhthe tailing and made hair be REBECCA E AIXBX Kllzabeth NJ a botU- eAlldnudI ifor JCATJRCOI Palling Hair For Rpit I desire to rent for the year HIM the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf ica LntiraS Bright Notic- have determined to sells rirr for rash alter Jan 1004 Plm f ii i not askme to violate tins rule by wanting credit All will be treated alike dec30lmo W M Creekmore BLUE GRASS TRACTION COMPANY Georgetown Lexington Trac tion Cars leave Paris for Lexington every hour from 7 a in to 8 p in and at 10 p in Leave Lexington every hour from 6 a in tn7p m and at 9 p in Single fare 40 cents Time 55 minutes Leeve Lexington for Georgetown ev ery hour from 7 a in to 11 p m except lla m I p m 8 and 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a Ill to 10 p in except 10 a no 12 noon 7 and 9 p m Y Alexander President Kentucky Piess Many of the newspaper boys issued splendid special editions last week and the work reflected the greatest credit upon tine hustling editors We have never noticed so great Improvement in Kentucky papers as has been made during the past year says the Lintaster Record Better quality of material is used more care is given to displaying the ads and the reading mutter is rif the highest type It used t he that any fellow could run a news paper but that time lots passed and if tIne editoris nut a gentleman In every sonlaft of tine word the public soon free zes him out At the meeting In Louis villa last month there were about fifty editors present and notwithstanding tine many o tiers from outsiders to have something not n one took a drink When you consider the great number of nmn who take a nip when away from h imathia speaks volumes fur the press boys Another matter which goes to prove tine high standard of the Ken lucky press Is the absolute absence of that old time mud slinking at oppo nents and petty quarrels amcig the penuilputliers We havent an ex uhange which cannot be taken to the fireside there being absolutely nothing in any of them that would shock the uost fastidious redder We believe the Kentucky press an a whole sur passes that of any State in the Union Married in Colorado The following notice taken from a Victor Colorado paper will be interest ed since the groom Mr Hurbert Cos by is an old Uichmond boy lIe is the eldest BOH of Mr and Mrs James Cosby of this city and is a young man of ster ling worth possessing thote traits that go to make up true Kentuiky mtin hood The CLIMAX joins In with his rranv Iriends here in nithing him and his bride untold hnppinets H F Cosby tint wily and original Cosby has relumed from Ids lush business trip to Can on City audCoa Orek And Mrs toshy came back too Mrs CosLy that Bounds nice Ye Miss Evar tta Jatlld Mr Cosby were married in Cannon City Saturday afternoon When Cosby left this city some dajs ago for CanoiijCIty his friends came to the conclusion that something might happen before his return And it did Saturday night dull care Will put on tine shelf at tine home of Mr timid Mn D R Gxvilliro 107 Spicer avenue the temporary home of the happy couple and the time given over to rejoicing such as was becoming the marriage of Victors popular young man and his choice of a lure partner- M rs Cosby is a former resident of this city having attended the high school here a few years ago Shin is the sister of Mrs D R Gwillim and Mrs Llewellyn of this city While the blushing bride has but lit tle to say and the groom looks his say their many friends gave them hut small peace and are not backward in wishing them tine best of lifes joys in the years to come The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South era Railway Co Special Rates To The West And Southwest On the first and third Tuesday 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 tWent one days from date of sale Special oneway colonists rates to California tickets on Bale during month of March and April also from tept 15th to Oct 15th inclusive 1004 Now is tine time to visit Hot Springs Ark Write for illustrated booklett For Information as to rates etc address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut tit Cincinnati 0 Are You Going to Florida Winter Tourists tIckets on sale via Queen Crescent Route Southern Railway and connecting lines to points South Southeast emil Southwest at reduced rates good returning May 81 1004 Tickets cant now be purchased to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Lookout Mountain and Atlanta returning via Asheville and the Land of the Sky with stepover privileges For rates and information addles G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rinearson GP A Cincinnati Cj3m Every time some women smile their liusbandd are reminded of dentists bills I mean you Please call and settle your account Yours respectfully bjhro JONES MERSIION for Rot I desire to rent for tine year 1004 a residence with good garden and bUck smith shop at Fbxtown For further particulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Fxtowu Ky tor Sale A new cottHRe consisting of fur nice rooms and hall front alid back porch nice front sinai back yard and a good cistern Th houe Inane just been completed hence him nver iiten occupied For particulars call at this office tf Colored Wedatog Mode rWIc Miss Gertrude Irvine ot tills city and Mr Cornelius Holland of Xenia Ohio were married June 231903at Lawrenceburg Indiana The bride is a graduate of the Richmond Colored High School and has considerable elo cutionary talent She was one of the most popular as well as one of tine prettiest girls in the State The groom is the son of Hon H H Holland one of Xnias most highly respected and wealthy citizens He is highly educa ted and has for several years ocupied a position as secretary at Wilberforce University S Advlt Report of the Condition of the State Bank Trust Co of Richmond Ky No 108110 West Stain Street Madison County Ky at close of business on the 31st day of December 1913 RESOURCES Cash on hand 30533 54 Checks and other Cash Items 2327 Due from Bunks Bankers etc 41267 06 Commercial and other paper owned 338076 75 Loans upon call wiLl collateral 00 Time Loans on collateralI 00 Loans secured 42149 Investment Securities owned in cluding premiums on same viz Stocks Bonds etc 18003 00 Mortgages 00 18000 00 Real Hstae less incnmbrancea 21000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 4M C- OOverJrafts 12144 16 All other Assets not Included in above 00 Total JOJ J99 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 00 Surplus Contingent or Sinking Fund 9000 00169000 00 Undivided Profits 00 Less current expenses taxes paid W Deposits subject 10 check 302188 43 of all Trust Funds Deposits apecials 2S600 0032SOS8 45 Due to BanKs Bankers etcu 9617 69 Dividend unpaid 00 Commercial and other paper or tiecurities pledged for money bor rowed Bills Payvbla including Certificates of Deposit representing money borrowed u 00 Uninvested Cash Hal Trust FnntL 12718 W Total 09Wtf SUPPLEMENTARY Amount ot Trust Fund viz 2800 00 Other Investments I5 0 00 Uninvested cash bat 1T9J 07 Total Trust Funds 31693 07 Liabilities upon bonds as surety c Non Indemnity held for liability as surety None Due from insolvent Banks Bankers etc None Amount of suspended debts includ Ingoverdue loans and protested paper secured 117 90 Amount of sus ended debtst Includ ing overdue loans and protested paper unsecured 181423 Principal of Mortgages sand Judg ment upon which last interest Is ovenlue six months None Date when balance due depoItor Depositorsli 31 BlaB Dite when outstanding Certificates of Iiepodtand Cashiers Checks were last compared with Lodger This Date Amount of discrepancy if any with total shownNoneHighest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including In the liability of the company or firm the liabil- Ity of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of capital stock a tually paid in and surplus actually on NoneIKyStatutesHighest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds percent of paidnp capital tock None How is same secured See Section ItO Kenluck Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm Includ Ing In the liability of or firm the liability ot the individ ual members thereof exceed 20 percent of paidnp capital and NoIfness See Sec Ky Statutes HTATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madison I ss RE Turley Cashier of the Ktnle Bank t bORlnllBHatswornimystrue stament nf ihe condition of said Bank December ofsandabovereport ttedeslthe fiy on which such report shall be made ETurleyL P EVANS Notwry Public nE TURLEY Cashier WALKERJH B If AND Eft S UlrccorsI 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 If you are contemplating the heat question call and see us Richmond Water and Light Co OLD JOE WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop gu ran teed to be pure It it of old sty le manU- facture No- BETTER can be found for modicinal pur pose You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs SI 00 per gallon 10 bottles 55 jugs 250 0 i bottles5 j3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEA ROY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrnjer novlyr Anderson county Kv DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday February 10 1904 touini11e t1atic Rilro Q DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or VersalllesLawrenceburgIShelbyvllle and Cincinnati 605am For Irvine und Beattyvllle TRAINS ARRIVE From Louisville Lexington and Cincinnati 5Icr III From Irvine and Deattyvilte uu 955 pm HR SMITUOTPAVersailles Ky R A S A RIchmond K- YClover Hay FOR SALE 650 Bales Chain Clot ver Hay For Sale 1 In Quantities to Suit I Jib fio Taylor Son Telephone 112 Notice Having pnrnliasec a onehalf interest In the RrtmiiMls livery stable on Main street I cordially invite all tnv friends and patrons 10 call on me at my new quarters where I will be in a position to serve the public more faithfully thom in the past 13J3 L O SHRARRR to the Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT C W Jenkins io Plaintiffs flgainst 0 A Denny ic Defendants All perons having claims against the estate of Mary A Million are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the under ignrd on or before the Slat day of January J98for same will be oarrvd- WJt 8ESCOTTMOMC C Muter taissioners Sale G Lamb FlU against CL H Todds heirs Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By vitrue of Judgment and order ef wile of the Madison circuit Court rendered sub Dr ce in her term thereof 1MB in the abare stjlt range the Hndeolgued will on MondaYIFeb 1 1 04 AtthetxHtrof 10 oclock a mal the Court Houie dour in Richmond Madison count Ky beitik February Court Day proceed to ni po e to sale t the higbvet ami bet bid der the firilowing described property Tte A Certain Lot or parcel of land situated in the Dlllinfrhaiu Adiitionto the City of Rlclimund Ky aol bell Lot No 21 in block No Sin the Ric awed Invfgiraent Companys addition to the City of Richmond Ky Or a sufficient quantity to produce tIe sum of 16991 the mount of money so ordered lo bf made and the cots hereof TEKMH sale will lie niiide on a credit of sis n months The piircba et will lie lequin to lIve bond with good security fr the jwy meal of the purchase money to haw tile force and effect of a Judgment ring legal interest from ayof sale with a Lien reserved upon altl pnipejty until all the purchase a oeey is paid Jljlt S E SCOTT M C 51 C C ommi iQn r ale L J Frazee Pitt agalstO Dft NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY BY virtue of a Judgment and Order of Malt of tho Mtuluon Circuit eurt rendered at the December Term theYeoflteIln the above tj cause the undersigned will en Thursday January 28 between the hours flf II oclock a m and fl oclock m on the prerahee in Itiehmoml Madison county Ky proceed to exmwe m Public Sale tii tbe h tubest and best buldr the following described property vta AJot or Parcel of Land on the north sid of Irvine Street in Rich mond Ky beginning at a point on Irvine street where the high i ket fence of the new faIrground property marked the east side of the entianee to ti e fair grounds thence with Irvine street 44 feet thence back north s ith line of lot now occupied by H T Marcum nod the line Innlcxted by the new fair ground picket fence 200 feet to the present line or the iladlson County Stock Yark Co producetheordered to be m de and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with pproved security for the payment of the purcba e money to have the force and effect of a Juig mentbeiiring legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money Is paid S E SCOTT M O M C C iiiiiiIittUreat1 C I Fall Merchanidse t eNew Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover 73 store immense stocks seasonable merchandisegreater and better selected ourf t7r thefalltt that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city 1 s WHITE GOODS a AT It will ford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton 1 t4ogiintcollectlon and other Vestmgs for shirt waists and suits See them right awnk11 Our Fall Millinery instylesbeaverand fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERYEvery style f plain and fancy Hose can be found heresilk lis1ethread fj 6 thekindrJJ 2 Clothing and Shoe Department WeonlyvarIght price Mens SUIts JJS down to 8350 Boys SUits 86 dwn to 98c Shoes A price Come and see them t1 Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices kL =4Respectfully Submitted s Cash Trade Ii T JJdr1 wt Line of Vehicles offeringspecialRepairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring t done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call 1iet tTTat1 DOT 5 RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PRONE 1- 6FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 20 1904 Go and see Clay Clement in The New Dominion and all star cast at the Grand Wednesday Jan 27 Mr J Gideon Taylor has purchased from Mr W W Pjgg six acres of land near Lake Reba for 100 per acre Miss Lottie Wilson a young lady residing near Owingsville died sutf ring for four hours with nftrr Miss K V Schmitd will continue to have her millinery goods on display in the Bright building Winter hats now offered at cost t On Jan 20 and 30 an examination will he held in Siiuerintendent Wngers offictt for pupils who desire to Ijrnduate from the common schools A handsome Mausoleum 7000 has been erected on Capt J M Thomas lotin the Park cemetery It has 18 catacombs in it with room for fix moreThe Rev Win Bell of Colorada springs will preach at the Second Pres bvterian Chnrch next Sunday morn lug at eleven and again ii the evening at seven oclock Monday morning while riding out the Berea pike Deputy Sheriff Joe Mtuipin was thrown from his horse and had his collar bone broken besides being otherwise injured For the first time in the history of Danville the members of the City Councilat their last meeting voted themselves a salary of two dollars a piece for eaoh me ting held The date printed lifter the name on your paper shows the time to which the subscription has been paid If it is Jan lOOt or any tune earlier then tile matter should have your at tenUmi IEftis tlis mOt unfortunate letter in the English alphabet became it In never in cash awl always in debt and never out of danger vet the aforesaid letter Is never in war hut always in peace It is the beginim of existence the aoiBinwiicpmentof ease and the end of trouble Without it there would he no gospel no father no mother n sister no brothers no home no heaven no hell K t a smglt cattle feeder In mv oountv jtala dollar last year said Charlton Alexander of Paris KY In an interview in the Cincinnati Enquirer Wecliitwilnv Thousands of cattle am fattened in Bourbon county every year and IHHI year the number was im uasually lanel hut the bottom dropped out of this nnukfit and the cattle which should have been sold for excellant priu hard y brought the value of their feed We hope for better things this year tot Rent 100 acres of No I Blue Grass part of which is within the city limits and in wall wtpred We also have for rent a 20 acre pasture G J White Son ISSit HiHiinond Ky e2voe Lost A Masonic pin between Frasa Bros grocery store and Collins street Find er will please return to this olllae and receive reward tr castInnext Wednesday School Hoard Elects Olflcos onlastofficers were elected for the ensuing year R C Stockton Chairman T T RiceTreasurer Delayed On account of changes in the admin istration at Frankfort the pay for connj considerablylelaved and Superintendent Wagers is now ready to pay off This will be good news tothose whom it may concern In Broad Daylight List Thursday afternoon 3 bold thief approached the grocery store of Ever ett Berry in the East End and managed to get away with a half oi a hog which gettingththe deed was enacted sometime before dark Smallpox at Irvine Since pur last issue the number of smallpox eases has Increased to fifteen besides several new cases reported throughout the county While the danger is by no means passed the authorities have kept it confined to the few families injwbieh the diseased first developedand hopes are entertained that alldanger will be eliminatedwith in a short while Irvine Herald Officers Elected At the regular Sunday night prayer meeting of the Epworth League of the Methodist church the following officers were elected for the ensuingyear Mr C B Hamilton President Mrs Joe Myers First Vice President Mrs C S Powell Second V President Miss Marie Harber Third V President W L Bybee Treasurer Miss Pauline Richards Secretary New Grocery Richmond has a new grocery store which began business last week in the Chenanlt store room on Second street recently vacated bv Messrs Parks Allmun The new firm will be known as Gordon Parrish Co and will be under the management ef Mr Gordon Parrish This young gentleman has had considerable experience in this line of business and he starts out with fair prospects for success May the new firm live long and nrosnef The New Dominion The Dominion Ia delightful American love story pure in tone ele vating in characterand charming in its simplicity There is no gushing senti mentality in ittheincidents all breathe an air of purity and refinement The story like the building and gradual un folding of a beautiful flower in a pure atmosphere at times exhilirated by rays of sunshine at others shrouded In temporary gloom or chilled bv passing showers It will bll given one perfor mance at the Grand on Jan 27 and it will be the last opportunity of witness log this delightful romantic comedy as it is tha farewell tour of Mr Clay Clem ent illuThe New Dominion New Dead Beat lUcket A nsw dead heat racket is being worked A stlanlrer hits a town picks out the wealthiest and largest chuich and attends worship Sunday morning Just as the benediction is finished the stranger has a fit tumbles over froths at the mouth and has a good hard one of coarso he receives attention On tIm inside of his coat is found a carl which notifies the charitable friends that in case he be found dead or dire in a fit to send the body to a certain city usually several hundred miles away Presently the subject recovers sufficiently to talk and tell his story about lila Gts becoming more frequent and he desires to get home before he dies but has epeit all his money It will require about 20 to get there A collection is started and usu ally more than that amount is raised He goes his way and gets ready to have a fit the next Sunday in some other town O Md4fnowjjSeed Time is Drawing J Near A Well it is and our store is headquar A J tera for all kinds of field and garden A fcf seeds We will receive in a few days ta car load of Oats and other seeds and jk will be glad to quote you prices on any A jf thing in this line and j Salt Line and Cement T Our prices are most reasonable Re member also that we carry a full and jA complete line of the freshest Groceries A V Fruits Candy Meats andeverything w else to be found in a firstclass grocery J j store Your patronage will be greatly tip appreciated V Very Respectfully f 1 Iuthcr Huguelg cSuccessors to E Deatherage B C- o6J6J1 I 1I ttStk1 t D OiercoatIt9 tf In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable jgiSf price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cashnow and will need the room later so weve fS equallygreatjS i J8 20 2250 c 25 Choice for Go through our great stock and take you choice oi 4 all the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted for 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 J250J5 Choice for 15 10 Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the fvery latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a e songIOOO A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price l Young Mens Suits and Overcoats 2j ages J 6 to 20 ears at the same startling f reductions as in the mens department e = U i I IC J7 Jfo r 0 c P t FITS Thieves at WooL On last Tuesday night thieves broke jute the grocery of C ivington Arnold Bro anil secured several dollar from the cash drawer and helped themselves to cigars and tobacco A bold attempt was made to blow open the safe but the intruders were un successful The bloodhounds were put on the trail but on account of the heavy snow that fell during the night they lost the track Joe Million a col ed man who conducts a blacksmith shop on First street was arrested charged with the larceny but was acquitted at his examining trial Satur day The Bales Property 5oU At the commissioners sale of the J W Bales property Friday the resi deuce on Main street was purchased by Mrs J W Dales lor 4025 Mrs Bales also purchased one of the vacant lots for 120 The State Bank and Trust Co secured the other lot for 520 Mrs Bales offered for sale the McElwaine lot which was purchased by Mr P M Pope for S The farming land of Mr Bales near Kingston was sold on Saturday Auctioneer Thomas Ohe nanlt buying both trncts Thirtytwo acres bringing 35 per acre and the fortysix acre tract 30 Mr Chenault conpucted both sales Insanity Good Defense In Slander Action In the appeal I Shelby Irvine vs Florida Gibson of Madison Circuit Court the whole court sitting reversed the case The verdict recovered by the appellee for slander was for 530000 Mrs Irvine was the party accused of perpetrating a slander Her defense by her guardian ad litem was insanity The court in an exhaustive opinion by Judge Settle holds that insanity was a good defense in an action for slander It is the first time the ques Ion has been decided in this State As Mrs Irvine died during the pend eucy of the action the appeal was brought to this court by her husband as administrator Her death will serve to abate the action in the lower courts At The Grind According to previous announcement the Wills Musical Comedy Company held the boards at the Grand Opera House Monday and Tuesday nights with a matinee yesterday afternoon The attraction Monday night was Sweet Sixteen and was greeted by fairly goodsized audience The com panv is composed of some splendid singers comedians and dancers Rich ards the male soubrette is great being most perfect in male up and is a contortionist of no mean ability Last night The Two Old Cronies caused a continual round of laughter All in all the Wills Musical CuiRdy Company is unusually good and was a welcome relief from the monotonous run of rep ertoire companies Harried in Cincinnati The early Monday morning train bore two couples to Cincinnati who were on matrimony bent They were Mr Talton Todd and Miss Alma Bur on and Mr Huston Stone and Miss Mattie Christopher Tbe young people have been sweethearts forquite a while andjtheir marriage was not unexpected All of the contracting parties are well known having resided in thus city nearly all of their lives Mr Todd in a son of contractor James Todd and a brother to Messrs Arthur Louis and Carl Todd This is his second matri monial venture JIis bride is a most worthy young woman and IB a niece of Mr and Mrs John Christopher with whom she has made her home for a long time The other groom Mr Stone is the second son of Mr Jeff Sone and is a valuable employe of the L and A railroad His bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mr John Christopher and is popular with all who know her Mr and Mrs Todd will go housekppping in Mrs IX H Myers new cottage iin Fifth street while Mr and Mrs Stone will be with her for the present There were no objections to the matches th young people preferring the trip rathe- than oe married at home The CLIMAX extends congrKfuJatioBs I IEnjoTfnf Florida Mr Wilson Tate and wife who are in Florida write to the CLIMAX that they are enjoying to the fullest ex tent the land of fruit and flowers They are at Auburndale which is in the lake belt Lake Areana being In sight of the town Mr Tate says also in his letter that the orange groves are breaking down with the load of irmt and that there is an abundance of lemons pine apples and smaller fruit The weather is so warm as to make coats unnecessary Mr and Mrs Tate expect to visit the sea coast St Augustine and other points Mr and Mrs Sam Deatherage are also in the same place On Their Own Hook In our last weeks issue we stated that a committee from the Fiscal Court and the City Council had met and purchased the old Simmons property for a pest house At a second meeting of the above named which oc curred on Wednesday night the city fathers decided to withdraw from the joint purchase and secure the property on their own hook paying 1800 for tame This property is situated on the Irvine pike and will be used for contagious eruptive diseases There are already some smallpox patients there and in this way the city will soon be cleared of the disease In case the county wishes to send such patients to be cared for at the pest house it will be required to pay the necessary tees Banks Elect Officers The various banks of bib city met last week and elected the following officers for the ensuing yearfSTATE DANK TRUST CO J tone Walker President J A Sullivan Vice President R ETnrley Cashier L P Evans Teller A B Paris Bookkeeper Directors J Stone Walker J A Sullivan H B Hanger1W D Oldham J R Gibson Joe Collins David Chenault E D Ballard J H FARMERS NATIONAL BANK Janice Bennett President C F Bnr nam Vice President S S Parkes Cashier Directors James Bennett C F Burnam S S Parkes W A Langford W C Bennett W Neale Bennett T L Smith MADISON NATIONAL BANK Waller Bennett President N B Deatherage Vice President R R Burnam Cashier C B Hamilton Teller Directors Wailer Bennett N B Deatnerage E C Million R R Burnam HB hey The Richmond National has not held its election as yet New Master Commissioner Circuit Judge Benton has announced the appointment of Mr Stanton H Thorpe as Master Commissioner of Madison Circuit Court to succeed Mr S E Scott Mr Thorpe is too well known to our readers to need an introduction having served for twelve years as Circuit Clerk his term as soch ex pirlng with the old year He is well versed in the ways of law and courts and a more worthy selection could not have been made Mr Thorpe is a true gentleman and belongs to one of Mad isons oldest and most honored fami lies It is needless to say the work of Commissioner will be carried on with satisfaction by Mr Thorpe At the saue time we desire pay a tribute to the retiring Commissioner Mr Sam- E Scott who has served in this capacity for the past twelve years at all times discharging the duties of the office as became a man of honor and high moral principals Mr Scotts term really ex pired with the death of his lamented brother Judge T J Scott but he served until the appointment of Mr fdendrsuccess ho may undertake BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance fever is on us in this department too boysin1 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 I I OUR JACK fREEMAN I never hear the word Clare without a beating of the heart even NOW and I write it with the feeling of and 5 IVFINI TUX Thus wrote Lord Byron of his tood friend Lord Clare for whom ho cher ished the earliest and most lasting friendship of his life The simple name that heads this tribute exerts over me that same magic influence which Byron so well describes With me friendship is a passion and the familiar name Ive just read in the column of the dead in last weeks CLIMAX causes mv heart to pulse with a sorrow few names could produce Jack Free wan was my friend What is the wisest book which is the grandest cathedral which is the sweetest flower no man can say It has been given unto the individual to men ion the name of thb book that has lent him wisdom the name ofthe can vass that has revealed uiiwonted beauty and one may also be permitted to select a lavorita flower from the world of blossoms From the personalt viewpoint therefore I can say that few men of all my acquaintances lent me stronger inspiration to right endeavor than this same plain hut up right fearless honest man the noblest work of God ObI If we owe warm thanks to Heaven tie when In the alow progress of the struggling years Our touch ia ble t to feel the pulse of men Who walk in light and love above their peers Whiterobed and forward point with guiding hand- Breathing a heaven around them where they stand Infinite is the help man can yield to man On and on Into the future that I trust is spared to me on earth the Influence of this mans conduct wilt abide with me while the mere mention of his name will be the calling up of the author of the greatest comfort to me in some of the darkest days of my life Thus saying 1 feel sure I do not pos sess a monopoly of the tender memories that his name arouses No wan was better known or more highly re in Richmond and his friends were legion Jack Freeman was a man of strong character of decided opinions and with the courage of his manly convictions When he once decided uponox line ot action from a public or private duty he pursued that course regardless oi consequences to himself In this he was in spiring He did not ask what tliff crowd thought but simply Is it right This is the highest type of courage for None but the brave dare stand aside from Customs iron rule The common mind must follow It or be es teemed a foo1iIn my humble judgment he was un surpassed in his devotion to what he conceived to be the best interests of his city to whose service he gave much of his time and thought In this re spect he set a noble example for the steadfast attention to good government in time of peace is as essential andas heroic but alas more rare as deeds of daring on the fields of battle where liberty is at stake The soldier may win imperishable renown for a single gallant stand or charge but the civic hero passes unhonored or perhaps un known though unborn generations reap the fruits of his righteoua valor whose only motive was the public the stricken widow who bends above the ashes of a broken idol God give consolation But lately the saw a beloved brothers eyes closed In eter nal slumber and nursed a husbands sister through a long hut unsuccessful siege against paralysis To the remaining brotherand sister of the deceased as to the wife the knowledge of a united public In this bereavement must afford much solace and the feeble message from a distance is but a sample of the esteem and respect felt for the departed by hundreds nearer home W Washington DO Doe 25 03 3A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 J sympathy REYNOLDS News has been received here of the bnth of a son to Dr and Mrs J F Reynolds of Mt Sterling Mrs Reynolds was formerly Miss Es telle Poyntz of this city COVIVGTOS Mr and MrsR C H Covln ton have the best wishes of their friends for a fine son that was born last wee- JtKELLOoolr and Mrs M C Kellogg are receiving over the birth of their second daughter on last Thursday nig- htPERSONAL Miss Minnie Dykes spent Saturday in Middelton was in Shelby ville last week Miss Mollie Fife is in Lexington visiting friends Editor J R White of Irvine was in the city Saturday lion J Tevis Cobb was in Lexing on last week on businesshMr J1I Rifle was in Lexington Saturday on DrLJFrazeeof Lexington was here last week on business Mrs A L Gott has been visiting relatives in Mt Sterling Mrs John D Goodloe has been vis- Iting relatives in LexingtoncMrs Clinches E Smith of Lexington is the guest of Mrs Emma FifesMiss Eula Jackson of Speedwell left Monday to attend school in Lexington- Mr William C Smith has been visit- Ing his aunt Mrs G R Walden in DanvilloMr Mrs Jo A Myers have gone to housekeeping on East Main StreetMiss PattieStephenson is visiting her brother Mr David Stephenson at Frasier Ky Mrs Richard C Morgan of Lexing ton is the guest of her daughter Mrs Clarke Kellogg Mr G W Pickels Jr came over from State College and snent Sunday with l ii parentsMr Gott returned Saturday from New York where he had been with a carload of produce Mrs Hugh McLellan and little daughter Joyce have been visiting in Shelbyville Mrs J W Crates will return Saturday from an extended visit to relatives in New Castle Mr and Mrs D M Chenault are at home from a pleasant visit to relatives n Mt Sterling Miss Bessie Rowland of Jessamine county has been visiting her aunt Mrs Jack Freeman Mr and Mrs Harry B Hanger and son Arnold spent several days last week in Cincinnati Miss Kate Davis of the Waco locality is visiting Mr and Mrs R Lee Davis in Lexington Miss Ethel Hencox has returned to Lexington after apleasant visit to her sister Mrs Elmer Deatherage Mr and Mrs 0 D Miller will enter tam at six oclock dinner tonight in honor of Mr and Mrs Herman Frasa Miss Julia Hjggins wont to Danville Monday for a visit to her cousins Misses Mamie and Susan McRcberts Mr J T Ferrill was host at an eje dinner party at Joes a few day ago ur and MrsHMBlanton were clinger ones Mrs Dr Ratnbough who has ben the pleasant guest of Miss Marie her ber has returned to her home in New YorkMr and Mrs George D White und children have gone to San AntOnia Texas where they will spend the re mainder of the winter Mrs Paul Lansing leaves for Wiish tngton next Sunday night to visit tier cousin Mrs James B McCreary at 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved the New Willard Woodford Sun Mr McCreary Million and sister Miss Bittern of Million Station are visiting their sister Mrs Thomas Jen kins in Somerset Rev J W Crates is in Somerset at tending a missionary convention He will go to Lexington Saturday to meet homeMrsons were in Richmond Monday en route to their home at Ford They had been visiting relatives near Speedwell Miss Lizzie Kennedy and Mr Win field Kennedy of Covingon and Miss Burnam of New Mexico are guests of Mr and Mrs E Tutt Burnam on Lan caster Avenue The music and elocution classes en tertained most at Madison Institute Monday night One of Rich monds most capable musical critics remarked that it was the best recital that had ever been given in this city Miss Hetty Martyn Frazee entertain ed yesterday afternoon with a box par ty to see Alphonse and Gaston which given at the Lexington opera house Her guests were Miss Mal tha Shanklin Mary Purcell Sara Chen Clara Belle Walton Mrs L J Frazee chaperoned Lexington Dem ocratAt the home of the bride near Red House January 21 Mr Robert Scudder and Miss Kate Hugueley will be mar ed by Rev Richard French of thi- scityfht marriage of Miss Cinnie Owen of this city and Mr A M Ad ins Madison county will be celebrated at the home of the bride on South Main street on Wednesday January 8 JO Choice for Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits A cost is trifling750 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried over from last year and marked them all at cne price Cash only none charged these prices will not allow it u y ir 17 U U Ii U I II LI U ItCLOTHING Powells DiliinghamWTMober BIRTHS congratulations LexingtonMrs businessa delightfully j ft 20 at 1 30 oclock p m Winchester SunSentinel Miss Margaret Ingels of Paris who recently visited Miss Mabel Lottonin this citr is now playing a leading role in the Clay Clement Co in The New Dominion She is an actress of no mean ability This company will appear the at Grand in this city Wednes day evening January 27th in which event Miss Ingels will be given quite an ovation since she made many friends during her visit in this city in DecemberOne most elegant social In nc thins of the winter season was the euchre party on Monday night given by Mr and Mrs E Tutt Burnam in honor of thier guests Misses Kennedy and Burnam and MrWiufleld Kennedy The house was beautiful in its appoint ments candles being used in ahun dance About sixty guests responded to invitations and the elaborate cos turning added much to the beauty of the affair A spirited game of progres sive euchre wasenjoyed at the close of which the most delicious of lunches was served There were six prises offered consisting of the first for both lady and gentleman lone hand booby consolation etc Mrs Burnam is a charming hostess and her party of Mon day will dwell long in the memories of all who were present Mrs Sontherlandhas sent out cards for a small tea on next Saturday at 5 oclock to which the guests are asked to meet Mrs McCreary wife of Senator McCreary of Kentucky who has taken his seat in the present session of Congress hut is well known in Washing + Ladies hemstitched handkerchiefs open work pattern at = 750 forknockabout 500 SUITS QReduced 5day vrton through his previous long service in the Lower House Mrs McOrearv- is a typical Kentucky matron charm ing and hospitable who will prove a great acquisition to the social lite of tin Capital She is an old friend oi Mrs Sutherlands family and has played a prominent part in the social life of her native State The youngfT members of society are not included id Mrs Southerlands invitations as the proposed entertainment is limited to tile friends and contemporaries of the hos tess and her guest of honor Washing ton Post In a letter to the editor Mr Clarenra E Woods writes from Washington that i he bad the pleasure of a chat with tim lted States Senator Win Joel Stone or Missouri in which the latter asked par ticularly about Messrs Joe Collins Jict Embry W T Tevis T D Chilian Sr Doc Deatherage J Stone Walker Win Collins and Mrs Matt Arbmklr The Senator recalled hu visit to Hid moon in 1896 when he spoke of tin childhood in Richmond and toldnf almost forgotten event that brought tears to the eyes of many of thatIvast audience It may interest of the CLIMAX to know that the Louse in which Senator Stot e lived if not tb one that was nearby in which he was born still stands on the farm of Mr Doc Death era ge three miles north of Richmond off the dirt road leading from the L A depot to the Booties boro pike Time esteem in which Son ator Stone is held here should lead him to come back often tothe place jvbere he was born and where so many that were dear to him lie buried FANCYc Uandkerchiefsi Io 5c Each i 1222 ladies fine qliality Lawn Handkerchiefs i inchhemstitched rt border embroidery in each corner aty Ladies Handkerchiefs in sheer Muslin edged allround with i in 4tvallace Ladies fine quality Swiss Handkerchiefs t incq embroidered 4rC hemstitched Imported Swiss Mull scolloped edges richly embroidered in- C novelty designs at Iw Fine quality Swiss Lawn trimmed with imitation Duchess lace 4 Cvery effective at Ic Ladies pnre Linen Handkerchiefs with initial at A jI-uc J Oc Y J5cAlJ 1Cr 1J J5c j Gents Handkerchiefs and Mufflers Gents plain white Handkerchiefs dents high grade well finished Cambric Handkerchiefs 1 c4t absolutelyfastinch hemstitched border in Persian figures Oriental designs lOc each Used almost exclu thelustrec aGENTS CASSIMER MUFFLERSExtra heavy imported Cassimere Wool Mufflers fun size larg assortment of colored plaids at 25c Large assortment Silk and Wool Mufflers at 49c eachaLADIES WHITE APRONS from 25to DUe TOILET MIRRORSFrench bevel plate 11 fullbleachedTowelsfr Table Linens and Napkins in Match Sets 41 A bestwayj OWBN McKEE I COP Main and First RICHMOND KENTUCKY + L1 I f 1 J 1 111ILJ1111R11LL11 Jfl iS OME MERCHANTS ADVERTITE just what they have for sale and tell the truth about it Some print fairy tales We tell nothing in this advertise ment but a simple straighforward story of store news We tell you frankly that we want to clean out to make a clean sweep of the b ilk of our winter merchandise to make room for the spring and summer goods soon to come in We not only want 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 let it We do not believe there has ever been a better opportunity presented to pur chase from a splendid assortment of sea sonable merchandise as this sale affords It is certainly an opportunity none can afford to miss 4 AHD URN SALE FOR eJlSIJ Sharp Reiltictions lu Prices departments lowness pricesduring drawwepeople to our than to convince we will save moneys do by attending this Dont the good things are gone Come and bring you friends g g Black Taffeta Silk yardJestyd now The Good Taffeta Silk all colors former G5c per yard now 45c yardAllper per yard now 98c All colors and black Ladies Qloths 54in wide former price yardAll Dress Goods former price 51 per yard now 79c All wool 38in Venetian Cloths all colors former price 50e per yard now 35c All goinginA 11 colors and black in all wool Tricos former price 29c 19c per yard Good Apron Ginghams former price 6c will be 4c per yard in thissale- French Ginghams former price 1519 and jOe will be Se yd Remnants of Ginghams of any kind will be 3c yd in this sale yardOneFine Mercerized Oxford 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 Fh for waists and dresses former price lOc 7i Outing Flannels that were Si 10 and 12ic will be sold i this sale at The All Gland 7ic Outing Flannels will be sold at 4c per yard The entire line of Silkelene for draperies and comforts for mer price former price 12c now 8c per yard Beautiful designs worth L- Draperies 15 and 19c former 12ic now Sc- One lot of Twilled former price lOc now 5c yard Genuine Irish Table Damask 72in former price 51 25 sale price 79c per yard All Linen Damask bleached price SI sale price 62c Fine Mercerized Table Damask former price 75c sale 47c A full beach Table Damask worth 35c yard will sell at 19c dinnersize all linen Napkins former price 1 75 and 2 dozen sale price 98c dozen All linen Napkins full size former price 1 and 125 dozen sale price 75c- Hambergs Laces and Embroideries- are being slaughtered in this sale just as if they didnt cos a cent You can any kind for halt yrice andshort lengths and remnants are almost givenjiway See them m meTea dad eOTSeS Former price 1 and SI 25 sale price SOc Thompsons Glove Fitting former prize 51 andl 25 sale price 80c All Corsets that formerly sold at 50 and 75c will go at 396 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 Bicycle Stockings Sandow brand former price 25c sale price 17c sale price 8c Ladies Cashmere and Fleeced Lined 25cbsale price 19c pair Infants Soft Sole former price 25 and 35c sale price 19c Infant Shoes that sold at 50 and 60c will be 39c during this Clean Sweep Sale Our Childrens Shoes that were 90c and 51 pair will be 75c Ladies Shoes in patent kid and all other 3 Shoes will be 2 25 in this sale Mens Mens 3 50 and 4 patent kid and Corona Shoes are only Boys 53 50 and 4 Suits in knee pants and long pants sale price 2 49 Boys Suits in knee and long pants former price 5and5 50 sale price 53 75 The awes Hats 83 Hats during this sale will be 2 25 Mens Hats that were SI 75 and 52sale price 1 c Mens 1 and 150 Shirts this sale will be 85c OUR SCHLOSS BROS T WILL CERTAINLY PAY YOU tot spend a few minutes in careful I examination of the very unusual offerings I as described An thisadvertisement as you will surely save many dollars by making your purchases during this January Clearance and Clean Sweep Stile We want you to come expecting good bigvalues fqr your money We ness but one way that the most s tory The goods we offer dUl winteri sale are the goods you need for 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 found a more up to date stock than we carry And dont forget when we advertise a Clearance Sole it means something to the purchas ing public Itmeans that every thrifty forehanded person should the op portunity to procure many of the winter necessities in the nick of prices that will prove to the shrewdest buyer that iu pays to attend our Clearance Sale to Create a Vigorous Selling and Enthusiastic Buying 6 a J r yi l tl 1 i Unprecedented price prevails store them that them This you can salet wait until all early nnelletts wide former Fine Corsets Hosiery 20cgpair Shoes pairLadies duringsalenBoys Knee Suits SaleBoys 75MensCelebrated 85cMenlOcMensduring CELEBRATED seize timeat Mens Ribbed Vests and Pants former price 35c sale 20e 39cLadies38cChildrenssale paice So 39cMensMens 2salev1attingcBurins this sale at Former price 25to to 3IOe per yard i Blankets That were formerly sold at 8 50 and 10 per pair will be sold at 4 90 All wool 104 Blankets in white red gray and plaid former paice 3 50 sale price 2 49 Good Blankets large size and heavy former price 1 75 and 1Blanketsper pair sale price 48c 53eBedBed 25saleExtra fine Sateen Comforts former price 1 75 and 2 sale price X125 closeGenuinesale price 5 98 Prices justhalf20 Cloaks and Suits in this sale will he 10 00 15 Cloaks sale price 7 50 1250 Cloaks sale price 6251000 Cloaks sale price 500 7oO Cloaks sale price 375 500 Cloaks sale price 2 50 3 50 Cloaks sale price 175 Calico Remnants r yardOuting be sold at 3lcLiee Remnants 1 and 2c per yard during this sale Hamberg Remnants 2e per yard during this sale We have about 75 pairs of Fine Lace Curtains that we con Thesewill SUITS AND OVERCOATSthat sell for and 1350 will soloinThese prices are made to get monota body crowdedduringn i UI I Busy Bh Store 3C jdv l11A r tII Stoves AT COSTWe have one or two AirTighr Heating Stoves that we Will close out at cost for cash 4KER Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We can sell you one of our wagons for what you would pay for an inferior make Come in and examine our line before buying Tin Roofing Guttering and Repair Work specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBDCKLE I SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made ji fll cnj Muina 1AKtR JiJaIK Department Have 25 Cent CASH ONLY CAlso ofr e Youths childrens Clothing 4 andlessCome quickand make your selection Do not fail house when Lexington GUS TR4US Lexingtons Leading Clothiers r To Cure a Cold in one Take Bromo Tablets Million in past 12 monthsThis A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY small bottle of Halls Great Discovery cures All kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatixm tad nil irregularities of the kidneys ami bladder in men and woman regulates bladder troubles in children If not by druggist be sent by on receipt of small bottle is two months treatment will rare any case mentioned Or E W man ufacturer P 0 629 St Loins Mo Seifd for te tirnuni ils by all druggist Owen McKee Merchant Richmond KIDr E W HallSt Louis MoDear Sir I have one bottle of Texas Wonder Hulls Great Discov eryfor kidney and bladder trouble Iweighed 150 pounds when I began using it to I Iandpublic Respectfully Tjiui Iv JOHN A RIDDEL Loss of FleshW- hen you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion isagreat fattener a great giverThose have lost flesh J bodyissues emulsion increases them all bone flesh bloodand nerve For invalids Jor con consumptivesfor ScottsEmulsion ortable food and a natural tonic Scotts Emulsion for bone lash blood and nerve youa boUleGfEr SCOTT BOWNE ClfMlrrs 4Q9 Pearl StNYis4 t II 4 BROSM rwn Stoves We are Badly Overstocked in our Clothing We Too Many Clothing Per Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR We determined to give you the full benefit of sale in season and not wait until season is over JThis includes Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats our large line to visit our in LOUIS Dad Laxative Quinine Seven boxes sold Signature One both sold your will mail One and above Hall sole Box Sold and used the on pictureIn Me are our the our even black load THE also Only line to New and in Cures GripI on every box 25c WINCH Sf R SHELLSIf reeWinchesterLeaderrs WmchesterRepeater WinchesterNewpowder on the market on account of m ofthesebrandsandyoullbe JIjTHE SHELLS CHAMPIONS SHOOT Ortec lOt ILLINOIS CfNTRAL RAILROAD Special Rates to HAVANAan- dother Cuban points daily to April 30 1904 to LAAccountExcursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville California Mexico Arizona Texas SVeialL Low Oneway andr Komultffp RateM in on fiato1 ihlril Tnewinv in each month to the South ndSouthwest- Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Farming in the South The PnsppnKir Department of the Illinois Central R B On is iwi monthly circulars c iieeriiii fruit growing veuitiblt iranlpiitwe stotk roni rtiiirviiin etc in the Stfttrs of Kentucky West TI letI5 eIisilpilx lilf inna Every Farer or H0nieeeker who will f4tnt tl ills IIHII anil inclnHandFor through ratetiekets ajid rates free copies of folders descriptive of Cuba and New Orleans Jply to nearest rail road agent or address AIc Louisville Ky MY NAME IS THURMANO- n Sausage Row AndBuys ly i1 SKINS Fr further information Address r General Passenger Agent Chicago R z