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ThE RICHMOND CLIMAX ft r J q 2 p = f r VOLUME 30 S RICHMOND MADISCXN COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 17 1904 NUMBER 39 PHONE 80 E C WINES DRUGB = 8mq38t r rtlJ iJ t F1 AT COST FehrlHU y 1st marks the close of the first years business for THE HUSTLING CASH STORE in Uichmond Iy Our busi ness has indeed been a very satisfactory one andve take this method to express to the public our sincere thanks for their patruiiageTe have endeavored to give our customers the highest quality of goods at the Very Lowest PricesIAlways selecting the newest and best things that we might feel leIartfromsametcautiorvalues for the same money here than elsewhere These Spring Goods are Arriving Daily 1 and we need the room and must have it and in order to make room we have decided that luring the month of February we will sell an v thin gin winter weight goods in our house AT COSTWhen we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are entirely nw the very latest things that could be bought in winter stuffs and are bought at prices possibly lower than ve can replace then for next fall But we do not believe in allowing goods to accumulate from season to season becoming old shelfworn and out of date but prefer to sell ihem at a sacrifice now that ve may again offer you the newest things next fall 50 Blaok and Fanny Dress GooII at f 00 25 98 1 00 75 75 u 55 M 381 tp373 25 r18 60 7flo Ml fl Ptiov Vnsllnes at 35 and7oc 25o Oxfords plain awl ancy at 18e Ito FlannolutttM at lOa lOc Flannelettes at iio 61 74 81 aid lOc Outing Cloth 5 to 7jc Winter Gloves at Cost t i MO 00 2 Ml 950u- nDO 750 7 50 and 8 50 Suits nt 4 98 5 00 and 6 3 98 oys an t Youths at Cost Flanneletto Gownsworth f j0 at i 75 u 85 68 75 f7 50 89 Night Shirts worth 50 75 and now 35 to 75o A Large Line of Sateen Petticoats worth from 75c to 2 50 go from 68c to l 79 each Outing and Flannel Skirts worth 25o to 00 III 20 to 78u Hosiery Underwear Comforts and Blankets at ivhol sale prices Our Entire Stock of Clothing nnd Overcoats ot Cost 12 00 15 00 Overcoats at St 7 51 50 8 50 00 3 Overcoats at Cost Overcoats Ht f G resit v reduced IHic Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods Ilite anti Caps Carpets Mailings and Rujrs the prettiest line in the city at price lower thI thfv be bought today nt wholesale W idi i ty invite to call andsee us and seeure some of these bargains befon thfV ieTewill also take pleasure in showing NEW SPRING GOODS h Novelty Suiting Waifce Gonls P UesiGingirnis etc at the verv lowest prices Th pretties liiv of 3nbr lilpII and Lues ever shown in city at prices never hfOl- 1Pqltl1 D rriiiss fi bir riit Mivirfiiiitv of your life inking you again for 011- 1PIt kindness i i ili5tiig u slif 1It ro we Very Respectfully Yours LACKEYand HAMILTON Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen uptheir tomes with new L1 Q1 L now prepared to do this kind work at most sonable prices Jf Outside and Inside Painting Papering L UT Varnishing EtJOrders left at B Middelton will be promptly attended to r t t I C MILLER STORE and 9 lOOtI7 and 4 9 5 60 9 Boys Ynuihs ost son rH go win you ure Out s your Th s ona e are am of rea L ct and Master Commissioners iIc Laura Smith Ac Pitt against wilt Qal enbny Dft EquityBy of IbeJanuaveunsei the nndenlgni d will on Saturday feb27t04 Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and lIfHdl80nconnty followingdpscrlbed About J5 Acres of land and bounded Rnd described ai follow Inwit A certain parcel of land on Otter beginn1natthe OtterCreekof bluff thence to the said rallroaa thence tothebeglnnlngcflntafnlngfIOmphlnJl TERMS tIaTe will be made on a credit of requiredto the1Orcgal ilitereet from day of eale with a Lieu re purchaeemoneyS H THORPE Afaiiter ComrolsBioner M 00 Notice to Creditors All parties having claims against T A Roblnton are notified to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before April lit 1904 or same will be barred TAB B OEUTCHEB Assixnee Office nt Crutcher ff Sva flrpjture tore j7f2p Kentucky State News l erm11 KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY Bill to Redistrict the Appellate Court Districts Passed Frankfort Ky Feb 10Senate Senator Grady moved to make his bill prohibiting liquor selling within tour miles of any country schoolhouse a special order for next Tuesday He made a speech in which he said ho was loath to believe that all senators about him could have their bills made special orders His motion carried unanimously The bill appropriating 3500 annually for additional clerical assistance in the State Auditors office was passed Yeas 31 nays 1 Tho bill to reimburse certain clerks in the Auditors office for unpaid salaries the annual amount appropriated being exhausted by the number of extra clerks necessary to conduct the bus ness was called up The amount ask ed for was 4600 Amendments In creasing the amount to 5800 so as to include two other clerks were adopt ed and the bill passed Yeas 31 nays HouseThe house passed a bill after a hard struggle redistrIctIng the appellate court districts so that six of them will be certainly democratic and one overwhelmingly republican The Drewry bill to pension superannuated policemen In Louisville was reported by the municipalities committee and adopted The committee on agriculture reported favorably on the bill appropriating 15000 to the state experi ment station at Lexington to provide for the examination of foods to detect Impurities The bill appropriating 15000 annually to revive the state geological and topographical survey was adopted The appellate court re- distrIctIng bill was recommitted to the committee on legislative redistricting The committee on suffrage and election reported a bill to prohibit organ ization omcers of any political party holding office LINDLE MURDER TRIAL Most of the Day Spent In An Effort to Secur a Jury MadlsonvIHe Ky Feb 10Most all of Tuesday has been spent In an effort to secure a jury for the Llndle murder trial which has been called in the circuit court In this city and of all examined only one Juryman has ben secured Judge Gordon has ordered that 200 men from remote parts of the county be summoned to come to Madison ville to select from The case is such a noted one that It is feared a jury can not be secured in this county Llndle is charged with the murder of Jesse Furlan at Arlington last summer THE RUCKER MURDER A Suspect Placed Under Arrest at Frankfort Ky Frankfort Ky Feb 10DepulI United States Marshal True Tuesday night arrested a man who first gave the name of James Warwick and a Louisville residence and who later said he was Serdlne A Pauk of Iron ton 0 as a suspect in connection with the murder of Telegraph Opera tor Rucker of Danville An uglylook ing dagger was found on him John White Captured Middlesboro Ky Feb 10John White the Negro who kllled Officer Burns has been captured and lodged In jail here The streets are full of excited men bent on lynching but Mayor Turner and Sheriff Howard with large posse are guarding the jail and the men seem to need a lead er so that no violence is expected To Live In Corea Mt Sterling Ky Feb 10A mes sage from Nagasaki Japan says Miss Fanny Hinds formerly of this place and a missionary to Corea under the auspices of the Kentucky conference of the Methodist church south was married January 16 to Rev M C Sand wick Their home will be in Corea George Cohan Hurt Lexington Ky Feb lOWhlle giv Ing a performance in this city Tues day night George Cohan of the Four Cohans Co sprained his hip and was only able to finish with great difficulty and pain Two physicians were called in to attend him and It Is alleged that he will be disabled for a few days Fell From a Bluff Cadiz Ky Feb 10 Henry Colston while walking around on the edge ot Manning bluff three and onehalf miles east of here lost his footing and fell to the bottom His head struck a stone at the base of the cliff crushing his skull and killing him Instantly Burst a Blood Vessel Hopkinsville Ky Feb 10BenJa min F Wood 60 a well known bust ness man of embroke while in a fit of coughing broke a blood vessel and died in a few minutes He served a term as town marshal of Pembroke Will Erect a Big Distillery Lexington Ky Feb 10Cot E Pepper announced Tuesday night that he will Immediately erect a big dls tillery on old Pepper farm near Mid way which he bought Tuesday He will oppose the trust Candidates For Rerefee In Bankruptcy Mt Sterling Ky Feb 10Robert R WInn and Judges H R French and H Clay McKee of this place all until recently democrat are applicants to puecqed Maj A T Wood as referee In bankruptcy An Early Riser constitutiondepends iver The famous littta pills known is DeWiits Little Early Risers not only cleanse the system hut they BUen rebuildheLittle Early Risers are absolutely c ain to produce results am sails OWinesPhyftlciaiiB owe much to the decol ete dress Have You Indigestion II you have Indigestion Kndoi Pys pia Cut will rnr YII It has cur rvlayeveryelf to civeit a trial You willcfllllin ue to suffer until you do try it There is no other cnmhinHlinii of dgeBtants Ilunelime byE KENTUCKY LAWMAKERS ITHE Kentucky May Return to the Viva Voce Method of Voting Frankfort Feb iLSenateTheI George bill proriding for a vote of the people on a return to the viva TOCO system of voting Instead of the secret ballot was passed yeas 29 nay 7 The republicans all voted no and Senators Campbell Cammack and Spence voted with them at first but changed their votes The bill provid ing for the resale of 20year franchises when they expire In cities of the first class was made a special order for next Wednesday The senate also passed the house bills appropriating money to improve the confederate sol dlers home and increasing the per capita allowance from 125 to 175 The democrats and republicans allI united on these bills and there not a vote against them Senator Taylor offered a joint resolution to have the names of Capt Ben C Milam and Cyrus Calvert veterans of the Mexican war who recently died carved on the state monument in Frankfort cemetery with others whose names are already there- HouseThe house passed bill No 19 which provides that the director of the state experiment station upon receipt of fees and a sample shall Is sue to fertilizer companies sufficient number of labels to tag not less than 20 tons of fertilizer on which label shall be printed the name and address of the manufacturer the name of the fertilizer date of analysis and the percentage of composition with a cer tificate authorizing the sale of such package It Is Intended to prevent de- fraudIng of farmers in the sale of fer tilizer AN XECUTIVFSON It II Proposed By a Bill intr the House of Representatives Frankfort Ky Feb llMr Mc Donald of Louisville offered a bill in the house of representatives provid- Ing for an appropriation of 50000 for the building of a new state executive mansion here at the capital The house of representatives by a vote of 53 to 27 defeated the Spald- Ing resolution providing for sine die adjournment on February 24 next Senator Brent Spence of Covington offered a bill In the senate Wednesday providing an amendment to the char ter of second class cities so that mem bers of council will be elected by wards Instead of by vote of the entire city A Kentuckian Missing Cloverport Ky Feb HWord has been received here from Louisville of the disappearance of Virgil Wilson who with his wife formerly lived here He was expected home Decem ber 30 Ho was in Chicago the day of the Iroquois fire and it is said had announced his intention of attending that theater It is feared by friends that ho was a victim of that days disaster IOnly Ten Jurors Were Secured Ky Feb llThe200 men summoned as special venire In an effort to secure a jury to try the case of the commonwealth vs J B Llndle charged with the murder of Jesse Burton were consumed Wed nesday and only ten jurors secured Judge Gordon has ordered a venire of 50 more summoned to appear Thursday morning to complete the jury IBlew His Head Off Petersburg Ky Feb 11 Richard Sleet 60 a wealthy bachelor living at Verona committed suicide by blowing his head off with a rifle He lived with his bachelor brother on a farm till the last few weeks when they moved into a fine residence purchased in town and he seemed despondent from that time Was Given Up For Dead Newport Ky Feb llohas Corn well of Plttsburg is the guest of his sister Mrs George Ross of Overton street whom he has not seen or com municated with for 17 years Mr Cornwell had been given up for dead by his sister who thought that he lost his life in the Johnstown Pa flood IPromInent Merchant Dies Feb 11Sam Ta bor one of the most widely known merchants in Eastern Kentucky died at his home in McCausey Menifee county after a long suffering He was wellknown all over the state in busi ness circles Wealthy Farmer and Trader Dead Clermont Ky Feb 11W E OBr- iena wealthy farmer and trader died at his home here of Brights disease He was 64 years of age and leaves a family The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at Bardstown Trial Over a Telephone Paris Ky Feb HJudge H C Smith confined to his home ten miles from here as the result of a fall heard the case of Ben Lewis colored over the phone and fined him 950 for disorderly conduct Governors Reception Frankfort Ky Feb HGov and Mrs Beckham gave a reception at the executive mansion Wednesday night from 830 to 10 oclock to the legisla tuie and state officials and it was largely attended IRobertson Given Four Years Russellville Ky Feb ItThe Jury in the case of Back Robertson charg ed with murder returned a verdict ot four years in the penitentiary Rob ertson killed Ross Estes a confeder ate soldier American fashion plates are used In German tailor shops Escaped an Awful Fate Mr H Haggins of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I had Con sumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die Tile KingsNswduced me to try it Results were start ling I nm now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life This great cuwi Is guaranteed for all thront and lung diseases For sale by all Uruggints Price SOc SlOO Trial Bottles free 1m Its surprising how bard a fat soft womancan be in spots Mysterious Circumstance Otis was pale and sallow and theotii er fresh aud rosy Whence the differ enc Sha who iA blushing with health liRe Dr Kings New Life Pills to maIn- tain IL By gently arousIng the lazy organs they compel good digestion and Only2o IDont forget the old man fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh K so muchneeds To all weak and sickly children he gives rich and strengthening food personsherich red blood Children who first saw the oldman with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own ie stands for Scotts EmuU of pure cod liver oilat- e htful food and a natural c for children for old folks for all who need flesh and JL ngth iDOTT BOWNE Chemists NewVork60c WIVES VS SCIENCE ITnlTerilty Profeaion Assert That Married Life Prevent the Proper Application to Study Eight bachelor professors of the Northwestern university faculty refuse to agree to Dr William R Harpers definition of the Ideal college professor They present strong arguments In favor of the single state of the university in structor Three declare they have no contemplation of marriage viewing married life as detrimental to their suc cess as Instructors Prof Alja R Crook the most striking example of the bachelor professor at the Evanston Institution of learning said UI do not think professors of science should marry A scientist Is so wrapped up in his work that he has no time to give to the details of married existence A scientist must give all his attention to his subject if he would be successful To marry would mean to divorce oneself partially from his science I believe I have been more successful because of my single state Pros A V E Young who Is dean of the unmarried professors said Dr Harpers theory Is unsubstanti ated by the past examples of scholars In the middle ages a scholar was a recluse who shut himself up in his monas tery cell with his books of learning aIIwaysversity professor of much of hisenthusi asm In his work Prof OF Longsaidi- Northwestern University has not suf feted from its unusual number of un married Instructors Family life Is broadeninG in Its effect on the mind and yet by this virtue It tends to defeat spec- ialIzation which is now a perquisite of the university teacher MIND WANDERING A DISEASE Dr Harper of Unlveriltr of Chicago Tell Frrnhmen of Mlnfortnne of a Straying Mntality The disease of mind wandering HaIl unable to concentrate their attention on any subject By natural endowment there are two classes the orderly and the mind wandering said the university presi dIseaseItentlon Some young men and young women come to us able to read eight or ten pages to really read and keep their minds on the subJectothers can read only five and still others cannot read a page and keep their attention concentrated on the subject These are afflicted with mind wandering Since the university was established four men and four women of whose cases I know have found it necessary to leave the university on account of fallingBut a habit of mind which can be cured Every one of you has a wilL By exerting your will power you can overcome any leaning toward mind wanderingDr wanted each freshman to do some self analysis classify himself and then act to develop himself as the analysis shows need One of our professors says he can character by handwriting with lOUt making a mistake said Dr Har I do not believe that but you can tell something about characUr In that wv Better Than Gold 1 was troubled for several years with chronic Induction and nervous de bully writes F J Green of Lancas ter NH No remedy helped mil until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medi cines 1 ever used They have also kept my wife in excellant health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splenclid for female tronbJpR thnt they are a gtand tonic and invigorater for weak run down women No oilier med clUe can take its place inonr family Trv them Onlv SOs Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists Ira way to avoid cola feet is not to marry them Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcnr on i he leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove 111 For four years it lefirdall doctorgand all verne dies But Bucklnns Arnica Salve had no trouble to cute hill r Equally good for Burns Bruises Skiu Eruptions and Pile goo at any Drug Store Jin COR MAIN FIRST GREATEST SACRIFICE SALE IIfiNE CLOTHING I lout of Selected All ment and Tickets G Dissolution business parties to at Winter Merchandise in Richmond is going onatthee Busy Bee Gosh Store Cloak and Wrap of any Every men Iwys var of Irs G pice of U iderwear for men tvom n tuul Every limikct niid Jomfort Evrv Busniy Robe and Horse Blanket Every pair ShWM for intn wonun ant piie of Klannel OiithiK Flmmnl ami JOHIIB Every pair of iIt BKrtH Gum Knit fjwher Hoot for men and hoya in Knit ls to Fall and Winter Stull of any will be prices alm- ostHalf TwoN- ot a but has felt the cold steel our was to hilt in de g a aSI is the time buy ROOS even if you cant use them until next season Country would INo of money by having this fresh new stuff and laying it aside for next season It is a question of say for you Why not take advantage of it Get our prices se our large and Mock of all new fresh goods thai w e are slaushterinff to snake room for spring stuff that begins to come ill 1st OUR LOTHING its niUnWaalMes and nobby natty styles We carry theis known all over tbs world for its Scblnw Bros of BiUimire iSy yery garment with their name on the label is There 14 as much work in a Schloss Bro Suit as theism any suit that comes the met chant tailors We carry a selected stock of this c lruuwn everywhere as the Kind that helps v along in the Would t If Schloss on the you are safe r Call see us our closing out halfintwo prices on all kinds of merchandise make money as Thanking patronage are W D OLDHflM eo Old Mexico Via B 0 S W under escort The American Tourist Association Clientele Limited exclusive privileges independent travel Special Itilluiiin Vestibuled Train Baggage Draws smg Room Library Music Room and the famous open top Car Ohililitli all ex penses everywhere Leaves January 26 1904 For information address O P McCarty P A B O S V Cincinnati O Notice By mutual agreement the firm of Taylor Bros Ima dissolved partnership Mr Calvin Taylor retiring from the All owing said firm are requested call once and settle 6j4t TAYLOR RKOS Of Fall and that has ever been seen now Main Street opposite Court Every description Overcoat every Suit fir or children Every ls- Etrery children Every Rain otof clildren Every Everything Fascinator Hosiery GJPPM ioo for children Everything pertaininir description sold at cut In single article what the stingof knife buried the every partment to merulinnts complete January workmanship oelebrate1 Glotlunir Maryland from guaranteed wall you is label and get cut You cant fast any other way you for past we very respt personal Compart Observation including House when rBig Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY t Shippers of Anile Coal I t 4 +++ ++++++4 + e + +++ ++A t Guarante 4o last all night in ordinary J Jw t grate withny attention i 1 J+ + +++ I LA Great Values in Fall Merchandise0 js New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage All over our I store immense tocks ol seasonable merchandisegreater and betier selectedstocks 4t than ever oefore are nov on sale e wait you to con in and examire the fall lines to seer for yourscif that what we tell you about tiaa ts not exaggerahd that the v lues we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city 0 = VHITE GOODS A It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton Vest ogs and Suitings at theWhite Goods Counter We are showing an elegant Tvk collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fieece lined Piques yy and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery We are showing a beautiful line of FALL HATS for Ladies and Children in styles out of the ordinary The most complee assortment in the city in felt beaver and fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERY Every style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread Jllio6 and cotton Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of the kind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all 5 Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We1i only ask in fairnesstoyourse1f to compare prices You will findwe have the right prices Mens Suits 15 down to 350 Boys Suits S6 duwn to 98c Shoes at all prices Come and see them Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices i4I r Respectfully Submitted to the Gash Trade E V Elder ji Q 1J = 01H Q iltI3te6 e4 t e a I n 0 t V O BfJ J RJ I rea O C s b eoS Dl I C E Se e on all Heavy Wintere e e iJJj BOOTS SHOES a iJJ UNDERWEAR a Do s IS g It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods g EE at this time of the year in order to begin next g g season with fresh new goods g S 511- I 0 j 8IIV S 5l01 I SIIS i CRUTCIIER TRIIiBLE 11 SSlI Main Street Richmond t Kentucky E aS o Sota BaSsi itis oe cai e s aS oeeeao eODO008CIOe I he hrhmond Climax S CRRNAULTPrealdentA O MILLBK Editor Manager WKDNBshAV FrB 17 ISXI4 t1hUfl Kllt n Pne Jlimax Printing Gc IirpnrntI John D Carroll- A lhisICandidate lor Appellate Judge in District Hon Jnlm n Carroll of New CiVvtic on of the best known 1ak1 in tim foIt IIHS annoiinrut t B Candidate for Apptllal trrdiTH in this district MI jct toLt4L action of till PflIOCT1fl- CtW4LttMr OnrrollV friends eRIe Wily intlie Ituxl profossinn have for a lone time desired to see him on the Ifticli of the buhest court in tile Slat4 He held several fties of trust and honor and in all of them acquitted himself with credit When quite a yUUIII man lie uerveti twoternis in the Ltdsia lire was a member of tiieon hiitntioimf Cnventinn and epic hf the three commissioners appuintetl by the lovernor to revise the satllte laws oft lie Siatu to conforin to tile changeH nmde by the constitution mid was tor three yenrs clmiiman of the Deinm ratic State entral Coniniilte He is the Hitor of Carrolls Kentucky odes of PrHcijre and Carrolls Kentucky Jitiiiiites lawboobs that are in geneiul UI tllllhat may tH found in the office of every lawyer in the state A man of hih integrity treat industry with an extensive anti accurate knowledce of the law and in the prime of life his Img cinle of friends believe he woud liinke a iplendid JiidgTrhtnhle- DllIoraL tf film State is soon to have a new journal which will b known as tho K nlnok Farmer anti Breeder It will be published at Lexington and oinu nf the best know men in th live took world are in er sted in the coni tn It will make its initial ap ace on Fridiy Feb 19th tttl if tn im slric ly a highcliss representu t r weekly journal devmed exdus Iviy to the Interest of he farmers and fyr dors of liw stoik This journnl wi give a complete list of happen IIl1ti ill the Blue tints stock and farm wo hi This is the kind of paper our Jtte has long teudedand no doubt w ll met with mu h snccesn L f Brower COll LExiNGToN KY JHomef Thii1ders- When you are estimating on the cost of your pro- st pectivK home cousnler well 1t OIIH th- ugWoodt Mantelsof Nothing adds more to the inte tiur b an t if vim of the home i than mantels Our new Spring HUH unusually large euilirac lug all grades from the clwappMt bed room mantels without cabi- netse to the must elaborate de- sighs All the new effects in Tile Plain Onyx and Chipped Faced Over 60 colois to select iifrom frames Grates Summer Pieces in Copper Bass Nickle and Black YOllrftover our I It rIFBroerCo11 AIN AND BROADWAY 11t iTTON2V II AFTEII a painful illness of typhoid- ft f r enaor Mircus Aurelius Hanna lid at hi lionie in W snin rton Cit Moi day night at 645 Ho made a brave tight for 1fe hut had 10 sur render to the grotit conqueror Sena tor Hntina mauia jrandsiccess in iff hth tin ncinlly and politically Ho WHS OHH of the most pntminrnt Republicans this country has known for witHy yenrs arid that purtyjyis sntTecd a diotinot loss tiiiiesth He was a tatHmi j ia lawyer and wnidnd a ptlujiIuoncn in Kopub liuan cJroIes He was a close person Hrfriend of the late William MoKin loy and during his llfo enjoyed a na tional reputation IN this issue of our paper will he found the announcement of lion John D Carroll of New Casth who is a candidate for Appellate Judge There is no wan in the tate hotter known nor is there a more gifted lawyr than Mr Carroll He has en joy d wide experience in law and leg islative work ands highly esteemed being a man of gieni itgriiyand strong character Ho will 110 doubt rec lye a hearty supp TI by tho peo plo III the district and if he in elected will race all the requirements satis faotorily AFTEK long hesitation and many threats the Japanece and Russians have com together in the deadly lirld of war Thus far the fighting has been mistlv on water and the Japanese are povnijj themselves very clever especially with the use of their torpedo bats and so far are on the victorious side The whole world is watchingwith interest the fighting between the two countries in the Orient The Day Bill Endonid According to arrangements previ onsly made a muss nieelingof Madison c unty citizMis wa held at the Court House on last Tuesday afternoon tile object of the meetiHg being to consider the different features ot the coeduca tiion bill as introduced before the Leg islature by lion Carl Day 01 Breathitt county Mr Sam E Scott was elected chairman of the ipentinir and Messrs P H IMckelfl and A D Miller secretaries Speeches were made mv Messrs U M Chenatilt W U ShnektMord J IS Ktonlfer amid J A Sullivan Pro fessor James White colored also made a sensible talk saying that negroes did not want social equality and their de sIre for education was only to fit them for business so that they might meet the whites on a business footing A committee composed ot Messrs JU Olienault B B MiliinuJW Herndon W A LaiiKford and J A Sullivan was appointed to draw up resolutions and report thmn to the assemblage Tie following are the resolutions which were unanimously adopted Be it resolved bv citizens of Madison county in mass meeting assembled at the our House in Richmond on Feb ruary 9 1004 That we are opposed to the co education of the white anti colored races in all school colleges and seminaries of any kind puntjc and private and by wboniBottver conducted in this COOl monwealth 2 That we endorse the objects of the bill introduced by Hon Carl Day of Breathit county and pending in the General Assembly of this Com monwealth but we am not opposed to any amendment thereto which may give any iiiBtitutiftii or school a reason able time in which to prepare to adjust itself to tie requirements of such Uw 3 That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to Hon R W Miller member of tne General Assembly from Madison county STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO JUOAS COUNTY f 88 FRANK J U5EY makes oath that he is seniir partner of tIme firm of F J honey Ie Co doing business in time city of Toledo county and Mate afore saul and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of atnrrh that ran not be cured bv the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 18SG IiA W GLEASON AoMry Pvbtlc hells Oatarrh Cure is takfii inter nally and acts directly on the blood aniTmuc4i4 surfaces of the BAxtem Sena for testimonials free F iCUEEYTnlodo 0 Sold hy all Drnirifi tH 75c Haiia Fam y Tiliu are the beet MISS KATE WATSON In the Hoosier Girl lhYIOY CITY In the deaths of Harvey Lunter and Mrs Jackson Ead recently the com munity has a snffeied great loss The death of Jerry Ioore from tu berculosis at the 0innty House is hourly exoected His family have small pox piIa thini of the past in this section Mrs Hntler Dunn presented her hint band with a hntmriig boy Sunday in online All doing well Messrs JaR Crutcher and Jas Ham ilton of Richmond attended church here Sunday Mr Webber Hamilton of Carlisle was also in attendance Mr 1 N Sharp lund his hat changed Sunday at church He would like to han e back as the one he has is a buys Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can he secured by leavinn word at the State Bank Trust C orMv writing j 27 tf T D Telephone 350 M ODe 1aksev- er made to the Southwest via The Rock Island Fnsco Systems readyaiuutever made to Arkan as Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territoriw Ticket on sale from Memphis at Louis and Chicago February 16th March1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Call on your nearest ticket agent or address H 1 McGUIRE District Pass Agt Cincinnati Ohio Low Settlers Rates Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES The dates are Jan 19 Feb 2 und JO March and 15 April 5 and 19 The tate isa little more than half tart one way or round trip Now is time time to get a home o f your own while land is cheap The Southwest offers the greatest induce ments to tmomesepkersa mild equable climate short pleasant winters lone growing seasons cheap cost of liviiig Laud that will grow corn wiieat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description can lie bad at prices tanging from 5 to f25 per acre owing to location HOI and improvement Take advance of some of the above dates and see this great county for yourself If you will write us where you want to go we will tell you the exact c et of your ticket and eend you maps de scriptive literature and help you to find a suitable location Write to day to L 0 Schaefer T PJV Cotton Kelt Route Cincinnati O oE W LaBeanme GiP T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis ttq INSPIRATION For the Writing of BenHur Few people know that it was the famous agnostic Robert G Ingersoll who caused the writing of the novel BenHur the stage version of which has proven an absolute sensation not only In thiscountry but III Knclaiul antI Australia It COUM about through a chance meeting of the two fatuous metl ot a railroad journey when Christian ity became time milJHct of their talk General Wallatv imiulaiways been a man of strong relighiiis inclination indeed his splendii dtscriptlon of the appear itice of the Star of Bethlehem to the WISH men of the dentrt Imd been writ ten before this chance acquaintance The arguments and claim of the great infidel were too munch for tIme doughty Genital His nausea were charmed with time eloquence and poet lent presentation of the cause of agnos ticism but tie was by no means con viti cell of its truth The discussion made him deeply reflective and led him to make a careful and exhaustive study of the life of the Nz rene The result of this research and General Wal Ilaces answer to Inurercnll was Ben Hur IIu work which has been more widely reiut than anv o her printed vol ume save the Sacred Book of Scripture The placing of HQIIIlur on the stage in dramatic form was attended by many intereHung circumstances Genera Wallace tied strenuously opposed any dramatization of his immortal work notwithstanding that the late Lawrence Barrett and manv other noted thesplaiis made the request Time author had always believed in the theatre its till elevating influence for good hut he was unable to zee how the a main incidents of his hook could ba put into dramatic form without violating tin firmly grounded principles nf all who t elif ve in the Christian religion Finally Messrs Klaw Erlanger hit upon a plan which would be perfectly effective and yet treat tha subject with nil l54ibh5 respect They conceived the idea of slmplv suggesting time fires ence IIf the Savior by a shaft of pure white IiIIf remtrkable brilliancy Him suggestion appealed to the Gener al and ted III the business arrangement which has ben M aulisruntially satis factory to bmli writer and manager The advance ale of t eats for thlI lIeuh sir fiigHifemHnt will open in lexingtiin Ihursday February IS when order for snats for any of thIperformances accompanied by a pos tal or expre order and selfaddressed stamped envitliine fur reply will he filled in tIme nrderof their receipt Art dresKall ofHoiirnhuatihus to Charles Scott ilaiiiuer Opera House Lexing ton Ky for Rent- I desire to rent for time vear 1904 a residence with good garden and black smith shop at Foxtown For further particulars call on or address John W Wilson 25ntf Foxtown Ky For Sale A new cot ape consisting of four nice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front amid hack yard and a good cistern TIme house has just been completed hence huts never been occu pied Fur pan iuulars call at this office tf The eminent success the Quiulan Wall ImiHiial Minstrels which scored ntioli a triumph last season will be seen lair ut the Grand on Satunlay Kvliiuary 2o i id will add to its record as heretofore undoubtedly It in one of the unmet rennble amusing ana mod onrrmay one the best talented woll equipped and most expensivly fitted out companies of the season Everything that is pus Hibl and probable to be incorporated iu a progiam lias been provided for in the ono offered by Him combination until it would seem that nothing novel and amusing could be found with which to create surprise merriment and enterliiiiiinent Cecilian Job Notes TIme Ceciiiaii tllub met last Wednes day with Mrs G W Piokels and spent a most enjoyable anti profitable alter noon Tlie subject under discussion was Churcli Music and was mst abli handled by the Katler Mrs Pirkels Mrs Neale Beoiieti told of the contribu tions of Gregory mid St Augustine and Miss Helen Bennett of how church music was saved for the world by Pal esrinu Mrs vtcLellau told Houielhing of the life of Dudley Buck and in this connection a most interesting letter was read by Mrs Pickels which she had received from this eminent composer Another letter of even greater interep was read by Mrs Pickles from Dr PHI mer telling something of how he posed that famous hymn Yield Not to Temptation fter which it was sung by the Club Mrs Jliddleton read an interesting paper and Mrs Kobt Bur iiHin discussed the history of the Pipe Organ in a mot enjovable way Nearer My God to 1hee with varia tions was played by Mrs Ansil Miller Hecollections of Homeby Miss Harriet laurrlsim and he hymn Jewett by Miss Julia Higgins on her violin and allen joyed time singing of Misses Laura Bright and Ktte Snjth Mrs Perry and Mrs Oldham timid Mrs Hanger Mr McLeilan gave a talk on music a di vine revelatio i which was quite a new way of treatiu the subject and very interesting W B PATTON in th- eMinisterfs Son at the NeVJOperaHouse MONDAY FEB 22 I pri ec 25 50 and 75c PERSONAL Mr Richard Bush of Lexington spent Sunday here Miss Elizabeth Taylor is at home from Lexington and Frankfort Mr Jonah Wagers of Estill Co was in the city Monday Mrs Z T Riee has returned from a visit to her parent in Lancaster Mr Jay Heath of Texas Is the guest of bin father Dr M C Heath Miss Mary Miller has been entertaining Miss Lizzie Hudson of Lan castor t Miss Florrie Chonault has returned from a delightful visit to Louisville friends Miss Margaret White of this city has been visiting Mrs C E Smith InI Lexington Mr and Mrs P B Broaddus are entertaining Mrs Mary Haggard of Butter Mo Miss Larkin of Lexington has been visiting Mrs W E Myers and Miss Janie Mvers Miss Mary Khackelford has been welcomel home from an extended visit in i he South Miss Florrie Rayburn has been vis iting Mr and Mrs Herbert Scrivner in Winchester Mr Clyde Hrt of Brush Creek spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Josephine Hart v Mr Web r Hamilton of Carlisle spent Sunda with relat yes and friends in this city Mr Shelby Tribble of Jel ico was here Saturday and Sunday bis mo her Mrs Sue Fribble Mrs Jonnie Grider of Speedwell is the guest of Mrs R L Gentry and other relatives in this city Mrs Arthur Todd of Richmond at tended the funetnl of Arh Curnn Tuesday morning Cynthiana Times Mr and M s B L Mid luton on tertained very informally a few couples at Pit on last Wednesday night Mr E F ttalbralth of Jacksonville m joined his wife here last Satur lay remaining until Tuesday when this p ipul r couple returned to their home Mrs SulUe Smith and MM Hume of Richmond Kywill pass through Lexington M inlay on their way to San Antonia Tex for a v sitLexingt- on Herald Mr John Marrs of Richmond hs been visiting his sisters Mestames R El Tomlinson It Kinnird and G B Swinebroad Central Record Miss Margaret Ingle of Paris has been spending few days with M ss Mtbel Letton Miss Engles was lately seen here in The New Dominion but she will leave the stage in order to plnsd the cans of Democracy dur I lug the coming Campaign Mrs E Smith left IINazaretha day or two and will leave soon for Jackson Ky with hr husband where they will be for several months Lex Herald Mr Tevis Cobb County Attorney of Madison and a man of veignt in his profession was here yesterday ile is assisting County Atorney JelTries and Commonwealths Attorney Crutcher in prosecuting John Sharp indicted for the murder of harlie Buntly Winchester Democrat Mr C F Higgins of the Kentucky Carriage Works Richmond was in town Saturday gutting up a drummer wagon for Alison Dum the new liv erymar in charge of the stable form erlyowned by logic Joanson Mr Dunn also purchased five other flume rigs from Mr Htggins Berea iiil zenMiss Belle Norris was the hostess yesterday afternoon of an informal right banded ruihrett her hmo o the Bardstown road in honor of Miss Florence Chenauli of Ricbm md KyI and Miss AlmaJJHumnieditiu of Cia cinnati The prize ad uiumyenamel ed pin was won by Miss Edna Rubel Louisville 1ont Miss HaOxley of GIas ooV who is pleasantly remembered a student atMadison Institute last year waS married last week to Mr Guv Icsf fortyof DesMoines Iowa Miss Ox lay spent some wi h Miss Elizabeth Einbry afterthe close of school and m de many friends here whu wilt be pleased to hear of her marriage- A delightful social function was the earth par yon last Wedcislay night which marked the beginning of a ser los of such parties to be given through the winter bya number of young gentlemen Elks Tim large parlors of the Elks Club rooms were decorated and brilliantly lighted and six ttbles were used in the game of progress ve eu chre The gentlemans prize a hand some Inkwell was won by Mr ames Wafers while the ladies prize a cut glass vase went to Mrs Nnale B nett A delicious lunch was served fter the game and the affair was horoughly en joyed by all present To the fnbllc I hegira to call your special attention to time tact that ho BOH OU for house pal mini and papering in drawing close and no doubt you contetnpiale painting and papering time exterior and interior of your residence this spring or tall and us I Know of no better or safer WilY to invest a reasonable amount of money luau this I delr to remind you nyaiii if the fact that I am still inthe paint iK and wall p tlHr buxinesti and am thoroughly prepared to furnish you ell timafes fret tifrlarg and do your Itaintintr and wall paper luinirinir at very reasonable prices As I employ none but flrsiclnsH xvnrkinen and use only time best material m and on all work I do 1 can ami will guarantee good results anti pert eel sat ixfautiou on all work I m ly dj fir you add therefore ask vou for at least a share of your wirk promising you In return for your money value roceived A full aud complete Jine of the newest de in8 in wall puper of all kind and colors of pure white leaf paint always on hand Thanking you for past pill ronage and for a continuance of balne JiisyearIam Yours v ry respectfully W L LEEDS vStore and shop West Irvine street br tweea ycQoatt ftin Tuin For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine street with complete outfit Including ten good livery horses ten buggies two a surrieB ono wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and con If not sold will rout the stable aifdflell Jthe outfit 4 io RESIDENCE FUR SALE f I haveforealea number one residence on Second street containing eight rooms good cistern all necewary out building Lot 40x190 feet Price J 2500 J Masters febltf RicltmondKv Notice to Creditors I AU persons having claims against the estate of VTHarrfs decd are hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned on or before April 21 or same will be barred SAML RICE Admr mmi iDn rS al William Bennett PUt aralnstJobn ic flit NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Trm thereof 1901 in the above style cause the undersigned will on TuesdaYtMch 8t04 Between tbe h urn of 10 oclock a m and 1 oclock pm Oi he premise In Uadism roulIly Ky proc cllo cxpoau I fUbliqHalH to tbe bUliem and beat bidder tbe followIng described property v z 61 J4 Acres of Land situate In Mad son county on the waters of Paint Lick Creek in tbe Kt lie of Kentucky land now wued by John W Murray and conveyed to John Murray oy Jaues W Murray byileedoi record In lerkg office of MadUo Conoty Court aid bounded by Paint Lick Creek and iimal tractof land bought by said W Murray from McCarley an bnds of Howard Tribbl and land of Turner and lands of Hob Walker The entire tract of land will be sld to sury the debt interest and costs o Wil iam oun tc which amounts to the sun of liITn27 nil the excess will beheld by the Court for further adJudcation Pur rltar will bf allo ed possession upon con plying with terms of sale TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months The tmrchnser will be re quired to give for the payment of IhepurcbaemuneyIIIhave- tbe force and effect ut a Judgment gal interest frOm day of sale with Ii Lien ree Mrvtxl npin said property until all th purchase money is paid S H Thorpe lifCMO The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co The True Southern Route to Cali fornia is via the Inn Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw lug Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An IpleH ami San Francisco Quick time 4iui uptodate service Dining Cars meats a la carte Cow rates III effect niter March 1 1904 to California and intermediate points Round trip Home Seeker and one way colonist rates to the Veit and Snutbweut at itieatly reduced rates ntfectiva first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully itirnibhed Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio Unusual Low Rates In effect hy time Missonii Pacific Rail way February 16 March 1 and 15 only 85 for Kccniid class tickets St Loiii to all points in Indian and Ok lalioma territories Ky Iron Mountain Route only iOfrein St Louis to all piiiutn in Tolas East of Amarillo Ft Votth San Angelo San Antonio Alice and Galveston Also to certain points in Louisiana Rates to Intermediate points on direct line toot to be higher Call on or address- A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut st Cincinnati O FARM FO R SALE I Will On Thursday Febry 18 Reginnlngrat 10 oclock a m on the premises at Silver Creak KyotTur fur sale at public out cry the well known W S Hume fmn consisting of About 510 Acres of Fine Blnegrass Land It is well improved having on it one large brickIlesiience uwostories with basement modern built arrang ed fir water gas and furnace hurt beaniifuliyocamed facing on a splen did pike and right at Sliver Creek Ky a sition on the Louisville Nashville Kill road post f1il1e and t If phono ser- vIce airotuhnildiutis such as servant quarters stock barn carriage house pinitry house Ice house etc which with residence were built at a cost of about 2500000 There is also a nice twostory trame residence in good condition besides several tnnament bouses two large stork barns a fine tobacco burn good ponds and cisterns and with Silver Creek dividing it is exellently watered A good part of the land IS well set in bluegrass and timothy hay while the other is in a flume state of cultivation Th s farm will be sold first in three tract divided as follows Oe tTat bordering on the eat side nf Silver Creek anil ifao railroad containing about 250 acres one tract on tbe west side of the creek containing about 225 acres and the tract o which tb- eto residences and out buildings are situated containing about 85 acres ttftT which the three tracts will bo offered as a whole the highest bid to prevail will also offer all the Live Stocksu- ch us Mules Cattle and Hogs all Fa mm Implements Wagons etc orn and lly Terms nude known on day of sal- eMrs E M Hume Execmrix At the Same Time and Place WSHuitiero will offtr one traet of nhont 10 ACRES on whish are soy nil ten mont hues known as Red Row unit n tract of ab ut 7 ACRE tin wnich Is a comfortable frame real den e knnn the Tat urn place Stck dtraplements c In 1st of 7 Aged Wink Mules 6S Head Zyear old Cattle Heail vrarold Cattle Saddle Horoe Brood Mire Harness Mars 2 Milch Cliwk 70 Head ol stock Hop 200 Barreli of Corn in shock 200 ItarrelU of Corn In crib Onehalf Interest In 10000 lbs Tobacco 12 Stacks Hav Iutof Foder In Shock a Twohorse Wagons Binder Champion Mower 2 Disc Harrows 3 New Barrows iNewDtpelow Boiler 2 Hay Racks Lot of Harness nndPlow Gear a Wheat ETHU 1 Wheat Iirlll s Hqine Q I k f 71F 7F 71 F GREAT If Reduction Sale on SHOES HATS and f MEN 4 FURNISHINGS WEL CONTINUE FOR 1 Ten Days Longer iffi From February 10th Our Great Reduction Sale that has been going on for he fI past 20 days has been extended for ten days and during that time we will continue i2to make the following greatly reduced prices 1 Par CashMens So 00 Bootees of all kinds S3 95 7 5 00 Enameled and Box Calf Shoes 3 95 II 4 00 BK tees 3 15 3 60 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 95 t f 3 50 H C Lace Bootees 2 75 3 00 H O Lace Bootees 2 35 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Labe 2 45 t0 II 3 50 Hartford Half Boots 2 75 II 4 00 Double Vamp Railroad Boots 3 25 C II 2 50 Hljjh Cut Shoes 1 85 I II 2 00 High Cut Shoes 1 55 i 1 75 Shoes 135 C 1 60 ShOts 20 V Boys 3 00 Enamel and Box Calf Shoes 2 45 2 50 Box Gulf Shoes 2 15 2 00 Box Calf Shoes 60- II 50 Box Calf Slioes 1 20 U 25 Box Calf Shoes 05 Youths 2 00 Calf Shoes 1 65 1 50 Calf Shes 1 20 1 25 Calf Shoes 1 Little Gents 60 Calf Shoes 1 20 1 25 CalfShoes 1 05 1 00 Calf Shoes 85 ItI This is no to get rid ofstout date andshop worn ffi goodsttt but includes article in our house except ijk Queen Quality Shoes in mind that famous L Douglas line Shoes il- iF is in at above ii1Cut Prices ill RICE AND ARNOLD 1m Bring this advertisement and see that goods are represented 71 F71 F 71 7 Richmond REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rents Collections Sells and Buys Real Estate Sells Coal and InsuranceN- ext Door to Government Building TELEPPONE 400 ill acres on Barnes Mill nike one mile rum town For sale 90 per acre 30C acres miles north of Berea Buck house which cost 18000 well improved For sale 15000 100 acres mile from good house for sale 35 per acre A lot 10x200 and house on Walnut street For sale 850 Terms one halt cash 650 To Texas ONEWAY From Memphis VIA Cotton BeltRoute Feb 16 1 and 15 On the above dates the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way colonist tickets from to points in Iexas on and north of Cotton hell Route Tex arkanfc to and on and east of U Cufc S F Ry to Gaines villA at time rate of 6 50 To points east of and including Ama rlllo Quanah Vernun Brown w sod Brndy San AiiK Io San Antonio Hrtiston Galveston Corpus Christi Alice at rate of 8 This is time opportunity ofyour life to make a cheap trip to Texas Write at owe todav for further information give your starting point and where you want to go how many tickets you will require and the date yon with to start We will tell you eXact cost of ticket from your town your best rommp time of trnine send you map ot the Cot top Belt Route- L O KCHAEFFER T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O AwinitTatUrI Ith As Administrator ul W T Harris I will offer for sale pn March 17th 1904 his late residence on the Boggs lane or road fronting on said road 84 feet and bACknn equal width 335 feet At time MIne U ie and place I will offer Three Building Lots Said lots adjoin the residence and have the same frontage and depth Those lots contain the best body of brick dirt in Madison county sufficient for mak limit 2000000 brick For the benefit of this pioperty a road about 34 feet front on Big running eonth along the west side H B DiIIln ham property about 350 feet to the property above will be deeded to the purchaser said property sells as a otherwise this road will sold separately This property will be offered c and then as a whole the highest bid to aUa- inlERISonethlnl cash the bal anew in two equal pavmetits of six and months with per cent internet Lion reserved for unpaid purchase money SamI Rice Admr Long Tom Cfaanault Auctioneer Vlirqary21t4 Only p Ladies S3 50 Shoes excepting Queen Quality 2 95 II 00 Shoes excepting Queen Quality 245 ffi50 Shoes 2 15 to 2 00 Shoes 105 ffi50 Shoes 1 20 Misses 2 00 Shoes sizes 11 to 2 1 65 II 1 50 ShoesII II 1 20 7iI- I 1 25 ShoesI II I O 1 00 hoesII II 9ChtldrensSl 8J to 11 i 20 25 Shoes I O II 1 00 boesII II 90 85 8h1l1l8I II i5 75 Shoessizes 5j to 8 6II 65 Shoes II 550 IhuesII 40 Infants 1 OOShoe5I 21 to 00 75 Shoes 65 j 50 50 Shoes It 4olli a V M sale of fl sold the W of this sale the 4 as I S F 3 1 Kingston TICKETS March MetnphU McGregor McGregor Uockport miming Nce of described provided he twelve 6 3 2 1 5 60 ShoeRII A lot 5ix2oo and house on Walnut street For sale 900 A lot Ioox2oo on Smiths Summit For sale SJoo A dwelling and store on corner E and Orange streets well improved For sale 1000 3 houses on Second street Lots 33xllo For sale 5oo each J 30 q line to New Ilox2oo Seventh Richmond Building ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Cheap Oneway Rates California hnf NorthwestMarch April 1904 TicketsNExcursion tickets daily SPRINGS running through personally conducted Sleepers Louisville California ArizonaI 50Shoeseizes every Bear HOT ARK excursion Territory Farming in the South Passenger Department Illinois Central K i Issuing monthly cirrnlniH concerning g 1rIIh raitlll1l- ithlrvilt t1 n f Ktntuokv Tennessee Mississippi xlxttiisiana Every Farmer or Hope forward nnillundersignedwill wailed Circulars 1 inclusive others published from month For rate rates free copies descriptive Cuba and Orleans apply nearest roadagent address Ky Hoosier One best Illustrations the stage has lately of play which aims at exclusively no other subi conIceahumor is The Hoosier Girl It which comes to New Opera House Friday Feb 19th night only The playin entirety has a of humor that quite unobstructed any iaIupon facts Miss Kate Watsotl leading ladv of company Is jusly conceded to tbe peer of country girl impersonators and is surrounded by a carefully selected capable family of actors and actresses Invest a ticket to youwillbedelight pleasure enjoyment Prices Gallery Lower General admission Reserved seats OK sale Cracker Ivaii House anti lot on corner Estill ve Irvine pike Lot For stile SISoo Slots on street sale S4oi Call at office of Real Es Co Houcon to to to Stcial Low One way and Honndtrip in effect on first and third Tuesday in ech month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Oklahoma and Texas The of lisa R Co fruit yr irenb stock etc in tt4 West HIMI eeker who will his name dress to the be free Nus to 11 and as they are month to through tickets and of folders of New to rail or F W HARLOW 11 P A- Louisville The Girl of the seen the fun the for one its flow is by the the be all she and tn anti 25 floor 35 60 cents Seats at For tate Rates Home Seekers Excursions at Very LOW RATES to many points In the following territory Arizona Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Okla boma Houtli Dakntn Texas Utah WicuD in and Wyoming over time Big FourRout ISal1ing Dates 2 and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 1004 For full Information and particulars as to rates tickets limit slop over etc can on Agents Bip Tour Rout or address the undersignedJ Sontbern Agent WASBEN J LYNCH G P T A OlBnnaU OblQ Our Line of Vehicles offeringspecial Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechanics We guarantee satisfaction Give us a call 1iet eTTa1a DOTtS RICHMOND KY PHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE IU FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 17 19M Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner fltf Rooms for Rent By Mrs K G Wiggins 2t The CLIMAX and weekly Courier Journal both one year for 125 This otter will expire on March 10Y Mr C H Maupin purchased last week from T J McKinney the H B Todd farm near Moberlv paying for same 8750 Mr Thomas Bates sold his black Jack John Gibson to Mr Valory of Ohio for SI 000 Mr Nathan Collins sold to same party two jacks for 500 11 rT W Masters who conducted the Adams livery stable ou Irvine street last year has moved into the Azliiil stable on the same street Mr Collins heaving moved into the stable vacated by Mr JulersIFor the next 20 days we will close out for cash at cost two Moores double heaters three Radiant Homes three Coles Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for spring goods D B Shackelford Co Farmers remember that D B Sharkelford Co still sell the leading brand and make of implements such as the Oliver Plow Tornado and Tiger Disc Harrows Tiger Corn Planters and Genuine Brown Cultivators for vonr spring work We very cordially solicit your patronaje Quinlan Wall Imperial Minstrels from the day of their incorporation have been and will continue to be thl- elfd and elite the recognized fashionable fad and principal popular pastime of the entire English speaking world and it is not strange that it is as minstrelsy is one of the heat and cleanest of all theatrical offerings Pure people patronize purity and perfection on the stage Fun without a blush hu mor without a taint and hearty laugh ter evoked by capable clever comedi ans This celebrated company will be seen at the Grand Opera House on Sat urday veiiinjr February 2o A company ot American artists headed hy Miss Kate Watson and Gus Cohen presenting a cnnifdy of American authorship will be at the New OjlArH House The play referred to is Jaintf K Martins brilliant three act rural comedy The Hoosier Girl anlhli presentation in this section has so fur proven a duplicate of its success elsewliern This piece held tile hoards of the leiulini city theatres two seasons to fnpxciiy IInllle and this fart alone would setin in hI an mun werable argument of Kiicceft Miss Kate Watson the ciiHrinini comedienne who is being featured in rue title role is too well known an artiste exceptional abil ity to need any comment to the amusement loving puhllc of the city Go see Tie Hosier Girl ami catch on to the verv latest style fur the ladies Youll enj y vminwlt Slat on sale at Crutch e Eve Ku nitnreSlre e 5 tv vtvs TQ JIs CheapAS THE Wash Woman Counterparts laundried and made white as snow This your wash woman cant rhoour laundry can and only charge you 15 cents Try our laundry for ladies Shirt Waists price 15 cents Goods called for and delivered tree of charge Phone 118 Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry OfflcRJcefc Arnolds shoe Store shone IIS Lexington will make a strong fight for the State Fair to be held in that city Quinlan Wall the noted min strels will be at the Grand Opera House next Saturday night February 20 I will on March 7 which is County Court dav sell to the highest bidder about 30 shares of Farmers National Bank stock Long Tom Chenault 17f3tThe Ladies Missionary Society of t the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at 3 oclock The lesson on China will be conducted by Mrs Mariah Lynn Be sure to see Quinlan Walls mous minstrels at the Grand Opera Houseon next Saturday night February 20 This is the best minstrel on the road and the name alone insures a packed house Quarterly meeting at the Method Ht church Saturday and Sunday Preaching by Rev J 1V Simpson P E of Danville district Saturday morning at 10 oclock and Saturday night at 7 oclock also Sunday at 1045 a wI and 7 p Quarterly Conference at the close ot the Saturday morning senice Sacrament of the lords Supper follow ing the Sunday morning service On March 4 and 5 Friday and Sat urday This Busy nee Cash Store will give a tailormade suit opening in their handsome suit parlors They will have with them a representative of the very best tailormade suit house in the West and suits will be delivered during the two days opening where fits can be had otherwise measures taken when desir ed Everything new and uptodate will be shown at this opening The latest things in tailormade suits skirts silk suits silk coats embroidered mohair skirts and readytowear garments for ladies Dont forget the date Friday and Saturday March 4 and 5 and dont tail to attend this the grandest open ing ever held in this city For Rent A nice five room cottage Apply to feblOtf J WM WAGERS Train Will Walt- On account of the Hume sale which will occur Thursday February 18 the L N train leaving here at 83o a m will wait until 43o p m before leaving Silver Creek This will be a great ad vantage to all who wish to attend the sale See advertisement elsewhere Work Btjon J L Pence and Co of Cincinnati have begun the work of raising the McKee building on the corner of First and Main Street When completed with its new show windows fresh paint enlarged space etc this will be one of the most attractive store rooms it the city Earned to Death The alarm of fire was sounded on last Tuesday morning calling out the fire department On arriving at the scene they found the six vear old boy of John Tribble colored literally burned to pieces his clothes having caught fire from an open grate His death was not instantaneous but ensued shortly after The family reside on Irvine street A Worthy Selection Mrs Mollie Ellis Daniel of this city has been chosen by the Board of Com missioners of the Deat and Dumb Insti tute of Danville to act as one or the Supervisors Mrs Daniels is one of three ladies chosen the other two being Mrs Lucy Welch and Miss Elsie Engleson of Danville They will b engaged as soon as the new build in am completed rDid You Know Seed Time is Drawing 3 5 Neare J A Well it is and our store is headquar ters for all kinds of field and garden A J seeds We will receive in a few days a car load of Oats and other seeds and will be glad to quote you prices on any tA thing in this line and r Salt Line and CementIOur are most reasonable Re J andmember J complete line of the freshest Groceries tFruits f Candy Meats and everything J else to be found in a firstclass grocery f J store Your patronage will be greatly A appreciated Very Respectfully Hurber I Huguelg cSuccessors toE Dtatherage Co rJ6J tik- Deep CuTs 011 Sis and 4 In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room Mater so weVe + made prices that are bound to rush the goods out in quick time Our loss is heavy and your gain will be equally great if you take advantage of this extraordinary sale 18c x2550 Choice for Go through our great stock and take you choice oi all the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted for 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and try them on t t 1250 x15 Choice for 15 10 Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a- song1000 A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a- veryQ low price c Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages ldtr- eductions 0 20 S ears at the same startling as in the mens department rWTr 6I OUR rl For Rent I desire to rent for the year 1004 the Bright store room on Mnln street now occupied by Mr T A R ibinHon tf Alias Laura Bright Subteased The old Roberta house on the corner of Irvine and First streets which was recently rented by Mr R G Eagle has been subleased by that gentleman to Mr Tom Tribble and and sister Mare Clav It is the intention of these last mentioned to conduct a firstclass board ing house This hostelry has in days past enjoyed a liberal patronage from the traveling public and now that it IB reopened it will no doubt become a popular hoarding house Mawlleld at the Lexington Opera House The artistic acd dramatic success of the present theatrical season has prov ed to be the great play Old Heidel burg as presented by the distinguished actor Richard Mansfield It is one of the landmarks of Mr Mansfields versatile career He plays but six one night stands during the season and Lexington gets one of these Saturday Feb 20 The supporting company numbers lob people including a chorus of 72 voice This is the largest dramatic on the road and will be the event of the season at the Lexington Opera House The advance Bale opens Wednesday Feb 17 Unusual Low RatatIn effect by the Missouri Pacific Railway February 16 March and 15 only 3350 for secondclass tickets St Louis to all points in Indian and Oklahoma Territories By the Iron Mountain RouteonlylflO from St Louis to all points in Texas east of Amarillo Ft Worth San An gelo Abilene San Antonio Alice and Galveston Also to certain points in LouisianaHomeSeekers round trip Bond for twentyone days to return liberal lay overs on going trip only 15 Rates to intermediate points on di rect line not to be higher Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio President Chosea Last Thnrpday was the time set for Selecting a President for Central Uni versity to fill the vacancy caused bv the death of Dr Roberts Dr McEw en of Pittsbnrjr Pa was elected unanimously and it is thought that he will take charge of his position at once He is one of the most prominent Presbyterian divines in America and is a scholar of note Dr McEwen is now pastor of a very fine church in Pitts burg He is nativeborn Kentuckian his former home being at Frankfurt He Is in every way fitted for the posi tion he has been selected to fill There were two other names mentioned for the presidency namely Dr Lewis Hobson of Chicago and Dr Ruther ford Douglas of Georgia either of whom Is equally well qualified to have filled the chair of President of Central University J We Treat Quito a select audience gathered at the Grand Opera House on last Thurs day to hear the concert by Professor and Mrs Oscar Elirgott and Signor Gorno all of Cincinnati This was indeed A musical treat rarely afforded to a Richmond audience and the appreciation and enjoyment was shown by the hearty applause given each number Professor Ehrgotts rich baritone voice pleased beyond description asdld the singing of Mrs Ehrjrott who Is also a talented pianist Wenor Lorna is indeed a master of thepano forte and his renditions were superb Our people feel extremely grateful to Miss Minnie Dykes whose efforts are responsible for such a musical treat The concert was a success financially socially and musically and will be remembered for a loiip time by cell who attended Y M C A Notes At a meeting of this County Commit tee Friday afternoon the following otliperw were elrted R E Inrley chairman R C H Covingim vue chairman C C Wallace secretary W L Arnold treasurer C F Hinging us distant treasurer Reports of the work show many en coiraging features At Valley View a promising Junior Department has been started that promises to dolietter work than the young men Madison county will be represented at the State Convention at Howling Green this Week C R Roucher has been appointed chairman of the Cre dential Committee Medical Society On last Thursday night the Madison County Medical Society met in the of Ole of Dr Murison Dunn and elected the following officers for the ensuing year Dr C H Vanght President Dr W U Martin Vice President and Dr Dunn Secretary and Treasurer The meeting was a very pleasant and profitable one Dr H CTasper read an in teresting paper on Pueperal Eclarapsie with a full report of cases which was discussed by Drs Taylor andlin Vaught Dunn Bosley and Martin Being President of the Madison County society ur Vaught will be sent as a delegate to the meeting of the State society which will be held in Lexington in April During the summer month the society will meet at different points in the county where the society has a representative instead of in this city Great interest is being manifested in these meetings br our physicians and they will no doubt prove profitable to all MATRIMONIAL MooBKBuBnos Mr Willie Moore and Miss Bertha Burrus both of Silver Creek were married Thursday at the brides home by Rev O J Young TUDORNKWBY Mr Lawrence Tudor and Miss Fanny Newby were married at the home of the brides parents on Wednesday atternoon The ceremony was performed by Rev O J Young of he Christian church RENALAMB Mr Lawrence Rena and Miss Fannie Lamb both of the Moberly neighborhood were married on the 16th inst at the residence of Rev A J Tribble whoperformed the ceremony Great Combination Offer The CLIMAX has made ar rangements whereby we can offer from this date until March 10 1904 the CLIMAX and weekly CourierJournal both one year for the small sum of 125 This offer will positively be withdrawn on date mentioned above so those desiring to take advantage of this combination must have their orders in this office on or before March 10 If it is not convenient to call at our office send check or money order for the two papers will be sent to your address Address all orders to CLIMAX PRINTING Co Richmond Ky Rev J W McGarvey will preach at Mt Zion next Sunday at eleven oclock After next Sunday he will preach on the first and third Sundays of each month during the 1ar BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS 9 The great clearance fever is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice ofaU Suits that sold for 125 and 150 121Take your pickof all Suits and Over coats up to 3 in value for 2 i Meals served at all hours at Billy Freemans restaurant First St tf Colonial Reception The Colonial Reception at the Young Mens Christian Association Tuesday night is to be quite a social event Everyone is requested to dress in costume of thtt day All are invited to attend for the stun of ten cents Gen and Mrs Washington with their assistants will wee that all spend a pleasant even fug Iliad Inured While engaged In cleaning the cuff dnd collar macnlne at the Richmond Steam Laundry last Tuesday Miss Mary Kirkendall met with a painful accident which resulted in a badly bruised and lacerated hand Her hand became en tangled in the machinery which wa instantly stopped or the injury iniRh have been more s ring A Pleasant Engagement The beautiful pastoral play The Ministers Son which met with enthusiastic endorsement at the hands of local theatregoers when presented here several seasons ago has been secured by Manager E S Wiggins for one of the few performances they will give in this territory this season The at traction will confine most of its time to the larger cities and it was only after considerable correspondence and by extra inducements that they decided to favor the New Opera House with an other visit Mr W B Patton still assumes the role of Simon Hay the ministers son a part in which he has achieved one of the most proneunced successes of recent years The company is said to be even better than on its former visit at which time it seemed beyond criticism Seriously III The many friends of Jailer James Lackey have been pained during the last week because of his very serious illness from blood poisoning About the first of last week while working with a Bolt the frisky youngster in some way ranged a board to fly tip and strike Mr Lackey on the forehead causing a slight contusion No atten ion was paid to it until the third day when his head and faro began to pain rapllhIIcase as blood person and for a while his life was almost despaired of Cart ful nursing and treatment however uppelhandpatient is doing as veil as can be expected It fa hoped that thegnnial face of our jovial jailer will soon be seen at his accustomed place ot du- tyDEATIIS WILSON NPWS has been received here of the death in Washington of Mrs Mary Anna Wilson which occur ed on the 9th day of Feb Deceased was 86 years old and was a sister of Ron Curtis F Burnam and Mrs Eugenia Hume of this cityand Rev E H Burnam of Virginia EDWAUDS James Jesse Edwards was born in Lee County Va December 30th 1824 and died at his home in Estill county Wednesday February 10th 1904 being 80 years old His death came after a long illness and as a close to along and useful life on earth Mr Edwards was born and reared among the wild romantic scenes of the Cumberland mountains and was raised up to hard labor In his elgh teonth jear he united with the Methodists but In later years joined the Baptist church of which he remain ed a devoted member and earnest worker until his death In February 1850 he was married to Miss Amy Parsons Mr Edwards was a splendid type of the simple Godly man His life was given up to work for his Mas ter being ordained to the ministry in 1850 His work extended into the mountanous roglonsof Virginia and promln6ntmemIr A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 to Est il county w ood many years sgo it was his habit to preach three or four IIyof the week and work on h14 taint the rust of bis time Mr EdvanN plain and simple as ho ws was a true tv pe of manhood A friend at a lumps and a person who did ChristIAnd now he has gone to enjoy his reward and to hear his Master sa- IWeU donegoodand faithful servant His funeral was preached Thursday by Rev A J Tribble after which his remains were laid to rest in the family buryin ground Mr Edwards is survived by nine children Mrs Char lie Pigg Mr W T Edwards of this city Mrs Henry Pigg of Lexington Mrs O W Turpln of Broadhead G L and C T Edwards of Estill county Mrs James Ireland of Alle gheny Va and Mrs John M Rainey of Mt Sterling- WELLSJust as Aurora was com ng in her chariot from the east throwing the rosy light of early dawn over the earth the soul of Artie C Wells winged its flight into eternity When the news of the death of one f Richmonds most prominent noting lawyers and citizens City Clerk anti general favorite became known Sun day morning sadness hung likes pall over the entire community The im mediate cause of Mr Wells death was congestion of the brain from which he suffered only about twenty four hours As is known a number of years ago while a mere boy he re ceived a severe kick on the head from a mule which he was driving in a hay rake His life at that time was dispairedof but careful and skillful treatment pulled him through Of recent years however he had suffered no little from the effects of his wound and it was this that finally caused his untimely death Mr Wells was 30 years old and was thoson of Mr C T Wells Deceased was industrious sober honorable and upright and has hold positions of honor and responsibility at the hand of his fellow citizens who were quick to realize his sterling worth Mr Wells who had a reputation as a stenographer had been in the employ of Hon J A Sullivan for 11 years and his demise was a great shock to his friend and associate At the time of his death ho was filling with credit his second term aj City Clerk His death right in the rosy flush of young manhood when everything in life was bright anti he was on the highway of sue iwsv is particularly Siltaod is mourned by old and young alike He will be greatly missed in the official and business circles of our town But the greatest grief is in the home of which hu was a tender devoted husband and a loving indulgent father and to the heart broken widow and the two little ones who are yet too young to realize their loss we would extend our tenderest sympathy yet in such hours of bitterest grief and agony words sympathetic though they are seem as mere trifles Mr Wells was a devoted member of the Christian church and his funeral was preached Monday afternoon at his residence on tho Summit by Rev Hugh McLellan after which his remains followed by a large concourse of friends were talon to the Richmond Cemetery and buried according to the Elks ritual of which order he was a prominent member Besides his wife and two children he is sur vived by his father Mr C T Wells and three brothers Thomas Major and C T Wells Jr all of this coun ty The floral offerings were unusually handsome and numerous attes ting the of the deceased 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reserved A 18 Choice for Splendid collection of good warm durable Suits cost is trifling 750 Reduced from 8 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried 1 over from last year and marked them all at cne price 5 00 An extraordinary opportunity for a good every 11 day Suit for next to nothing Cashonly none charged these prices will not allow it 11t CLOTHING FITS organization 125and popularity r UjY C t Finish X750 A1knockabout 500 SUITS 11III7flr4uuvmiw The windup of a Successful Clearance Sale Jln Extra Special Announcement A cleanup Sale of all Dry Goods A Price Sacrifice on all that is Left j eIn announcing to the public that Mr Jas L Pence of Cincinnati the Rouse Raiser has arrived in our city to remodel the store means a- 4ShortOontkiaflou of ilie Clearance Sole He has notifiedus that we will be compelled to remove every piece of goods out of the store and as we havent the room for same will still make a sacrifice of the winter goods left and in spite of the numerous sharp advances made during the past few weeks on all Spring Goods we will still run them at the Clearance Sale quotations It is anticipated that the spring season will open up this year earlier than usual For that reason we respectfully urge that you purchase now of the beautiful 1904 Spring PatternsIt will be of interest to you to read carefully the prices quoted below + lI r All Winter Goods r Jlt Less Than eostt J AII1 Suits of Underwear for men at 69c 1 Dress Shirts for men at 75c 50c Dress Shirts for men at 39c Ladies 35c Union Suits at 20c u 50c Union Suits at 39c U 1 Union Suits at 75c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss at 75c a box J5c colored Lawns ane Dimities at 8 J3c 15c Printed Madras at 8 J3c 1212c Ginghams at JOc 25c Fancy Shirt Waist Suitings at 20c 20c Embroidered Swisses for dresses at 15c J Swiss Curtains at 89c 150 Swiss Curtains at 123 cf 1 00 Lace Curtains at 89c 125 Lace Curtains at 99c 150 Lace Curtains at J 23 2 00 Lace Curtains at J 49 3 00 Lace Curtains at 2 25 f 1 Yours For Mutual Benefit OWEN McKEE w v l t f r rr tcw ADVANCED TO 50 CENTS J I A sphndUfiapp t in Minirg icckjn a rich mining property situated iles from Gli be Arizona tJ I in stars sm r roughly inves tiuu this property owned by the Arizon rado Copper Belt and gGold Mining a d Milling Company fi e it iJ11llIIY ot tuft UreV 41rPR in zI1 V w idefnt thpper Belt extending 4I i KiM Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe 11f1I tl 4 initt fliict inn Mini Itime priois if f x1d In the wI 3i i ii si iy Mix 1i11 fil jllN tIi I r mi khlcl v lpn pitt dill jfiiur on- ifit hji itvu MHir in iiiei 18 4t4j1uHIIP ei v ftaim will If mine r in Ittht iui ivnfy- or ii Si mI liii m iii Mtiu J7IItwI1IIy in Tin Uranium P tI t itie t ifii MI MflI ieiliteiiiii f le mi the iimitd LIlt tt Uii ii t tNk 11r jrrHf tuisir p ipertiK isi A rizoNit mulotiier puns of the went vlieu i li III sl rn HII t rI mrlttt 1011111 htt c AfU laColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co SO Cents per Share with iHtitli Liivefitr on p iii HrVilli he P oiiMlr Mik fnllv iIIufli non flFsIJI Pni p m r k o ilt v mii w Mk fr iiiHcliinerv lIe1 ill mining inlmilli aI tit lioii- 11111 llHSf fr HUM I Illll iJ N Iiil lliiec v Hivil4Nti p IkI Iii illo f pfiliipiii lItIl jH mem IlIltrlllll1Mh uII 41 U 11rtl j Itll 8HH illVeKlMieill flC it IIIHSt HllVHlIP illrftte Til iitI t- V HI mi j rII Fri if n i1Iaj11 ii IhnII at IIt Ivlor tIt IMI nf ln ar III iciiifM HIM lips iltt ill js V rl Sntir lurk uiiw wili lt itiUimi PlIar irrt Itt illt P Hfli li rf hw im1 i hetist ih pp Qsii ut flit HII ither mili s oiiemft1 hv r vk li IIHVH in ilirir mtiriMi rNs tiatittg to ninini ICilltt it jmys lMtl r tdat- li V hM IV ifll is Mining Opportunity of the Present Century 1r hr is1rt4Iki 8I11VU8 ItORT KOUKK- Pi ICH U VHiniAI PRANK A WRIGHT iI U Mar H Iftrer bt Pridiitl- si Cun D114l om 2JR Ithh HtiIt Ihlwuh Ql1io i ll1I1Ioma Hdg ukieg i 4Itt Denver ColorHili ChitL Illiiiols C r Q G J r tWI ir FiIIIR EVANS I- RAiew FirmI AND A Magnificient Stock of Goods t Everything for the home beautiful V c can be found in our store f rt Lil5 = V I and our prices will suit pri everybody of J= We are at home at Joplins old standon Main street and we guarantee the best c and most polite attention dt i gif iis a call el Crutcher c Main Street Richmond Ky J iI loLouisislie Atlantic Railroii DAILY EX SUNDAY IRAINs LBAVE tlHHMON- Dr T fiiil ildwreDeeburR Slurt i amt brvllle toibivIII tR OlMmnittl lwpm Fr rriee nd Beattyvitte 1JS pm HVINS VilRIVfl RICHMOND From Loainllto Lexinijteu and tIlamlaclnnitl irFrh Irvine ml Il UyrlliP 4 prn- U K SMITH OF A I VwrsaHles Ky R A Holamii 8 KlchfHnnrt K- iI 1 N1 Tim Tall Ar 1 it ii w m II f ni 12pm 418 pm Ve I CihSiaaatt aid ll ingn Bi es jnth bound Sot Olanati and Livings ton BxprM nor h bound No Cinnatl awl Uving ton Ixpre3 north bound No 5 Cinnatl and Llvines ton Bz math bo nd No li Stanford and Mays viIIi Aoom north bound No U Stanford and ville Aecm south bound No Richmond and Row land Aoom south bound No M Ittcbmond and titan ford north bwund E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Lv 1146 P 16 pm 1141 am 1115 pm 620 a am Osteopathic Physicians tlubtetI Bull Ing Li nuiin rtiiIisIon flIbiitICHtlOn COUSJUTATION FRE- EOradt Soarhem ehooJ Olheopathy OLD JOE WHISKY titII4I tnnI 4 r MHMI vEv Imp tqiril- teeI to Ir hIiitl tplI Rtvle IIII- Ufurt N KKITKH iII 11 for ucIieiiiI pur Yu want tlie Pft Kiiruisliwl Strictly to Family Trnili- in v r p1I in jtiw St oO ir IfllonI- I hfl jUt 2 5 5 iKilos 3 NHW Whisky 51 80ir KitUon Orders promptly filled WfIFY si ftry Prop d I I 1UrlfvItr AiidHrMnn ommfy Kv RTPA NS Tabules 1otors find A good prescription For mankind 1o 10 UiiI4 IMtUl Ii II 11 1011 II LentontIIn 1 lUpp1y for a ytir AU irucKist nel ihni f It III j ojtL 7 t Evans PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOEHE1S Jh MILLER TTOItNBYATLtW KICHMOSD KBKT06KT Otioe n the Burnam Blinding next deur to irmw g NiUeaal BaL = feMU JA JIJVf ATTOKKBVATliAW RICHMOND KENTUOKY fHKeover State Rank tTrust Co 011 isitpoiirt house tn Main Street 10 A D M iHlCNAUlr ATTOKXRYfi AT LAW MIPJ1 K WTIIICY Office on Second Htreet over then iltV grocery W R LETCKER AltorneyatLaw RiritMOSI KBVTDOKV E6rinn over Titylor Broil Ktore rACKSON ROBERTS ATrORNBYS AND GOUNSBLLORB AT LAW RICHMONt KBNTUGKY Office In John BenneUs old law omce over Perry k Thomas drug stOe PIty SICIANS iRS rBSON GIBSON Ptfo1T4MS 4N I oiWROSIC- HMIJN K KNTUCKV c u ci Dr II two a da M InStreet DENTAL STISGBE7 Or OaUuVvtva C obsou ogNils OF LODISVILLK K- Y4omcr nut door to Ooterrmvnl BalldlnK rohmSnd Ky Offle Nonrs StolU tot ovlly V WI Blanton DENTIST 3OfHce lu Bennett Building ijanty TELEPHONE 196 r ou LANDMAN Howl Jlyuilon YM ItIH Ur Mrcli 9 1004 n iKILLTHE coucHrAND CURE THE LUNCS IIWITH I NevI Di Giery i UFOR i DrBKi gs osUIw1 tN OUGHt and OLDS I50c Iff uxct cure for nU f OU4IJ b1r1iFOR 650 Bales Choice Clo ver Hay For Sale J In Quantities to Suit jf Jno C Taylor Son Telephone IIS + + ++ CALL AT + + JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNI Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and amnnidiitionft- enulne Saratoga Water kept on Tap o Phone 3 Second St ATtENTION Ae liavi moved our produce hllHitlPPS from the EHM End of Maui street to the Uarnett Houe storeroom on Second street where w will be glad to welcome our friuods ami parrona Ve will continiio to nay the highest nmrkut price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce live us a can in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTTBROS l3HeOhllI street 2J Jinlv RIiMMONM KY TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence Io Weare pipas d it is on sale at tIp IIIRIHttItKIIplaces in llIlIil4 ArbucUle Simmons Hearer ft Hamilton O Flnnel J W Matters J V Whltlook John itapp Burton Roberts J W Teater J W Prewltt L A Vtrrent O MoWharter RIcknertKarlj JTCo MUNN Rebmond Waco Red House vn vfaw- Baldwin Paint Lick Uall celon KrrkRvl1le 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSI Anyone sending a kefrh and deeciIptlon may quickly arertaIn our opInIon tree whether an CommuolcaUosent free Oldest agency for eccunnc patentg receteIJItMalScientific Jftnerican A handsomely lllnstrated weeklf Jjirrcst dr of any sdentlfle Journal Terms 3 a Tear four months tL brail newsdealers CO 361 Droadesy New York rancb Office C2 tr atWashuiKton D Weak n HeartsAre of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when It was simple Indigestion It is a scientific fact that all cases of onlytraceablogestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach puffing it up against the heart This Interferes with the action of the heart and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased Mr D Kzubb of Nevada O UTS I had stomach troubla and wu In a bad state as bad heart trouble four1IICtIthKodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nenreai strain and the heart of all pressure Bottles only 100 Size holdinr 2K time th trW atza whlct sell for SOc Prprd by L 0 DWITT A 00 CHICAQO For sale byPerry ThumMJ 1 A Cure for Eczema My bibv had Erxnma so hall that its head was a solid niaat of scabs and UB har till civnie out I tried many remedies but none seemed to do any permanent good until I used lined De Witts Witch Hazel Salve The Eczema ia cured tim scabs am gone Hiid the little ones scalp ia perfectly lean and itsbair is growing letutifnlly Hgain I aiinot give too mUch prnise to UeWitts Wlcli Hz1 SalveIrankF- armer Bluff Iy Jv In buyiuir Witch Hazel Sxlve look out for count Tfeits DeUinhi is the original and ihe oilv our iiiitiaiiiinc pure VI ttIi- flztI Then in K lit fc ftitt liii very It S d ItV E O WitleK- llll Cnttuiz Outfit For Sale Jhl rWtcOrl gttiIIlIit tIiut trt rilti r lu1 hllIiHII tiilI1It mil in mxid ru ii ii tug rdfr II DS It Unl- fljiIIII1 Ky V N Wheeler e23 2no it H n Ky Relief in One Minute One jUI9 iugts Cute riVM relie 1I1IIIe minute III illIIIH dlte mi r be ivnieli liok ls the Iii sin mem rane aiiHttin the iniiuli Mini HI tin Hllle time flenrn tle pllleclii dniwc lit Ill ii flitnaioi MII 11t1M MiotheH ti f lrI l pc Oe Minut iollch Cure sirenylliiMi ilie Inna an ale oT pneniiiona liii is a liHMidefr itui nevt r fHilnnf eure iii nil ciir Mt iieS of UttiM liln wild l fiiiip 0 Minnie IOIIBI Pure uialll Ink iariiileM Multi CW4 xlikefor oiinir an dd ooltl In E C Vie4 ni BLUE GRASS TRACTION OWANTC Georgetown Lexington Tae tioo to Cars lave Vn is lor 1xiiiFia every lour from 7 III tgI in ami m 10 pin eve IfXinL m every hour rruuuiIja nu Tji in siuI at 9 p in ijlltrle fare 40 lltS 1init5 llliliUteH- It ve fexi lIun for GeT etuwil HV rv hour ft mi 7 i m to II p ni xrepi a III pit 8 ad p III Leiivf lieorjieKiivn tAY hour from 0 a in to p ni except 10 H m 12 noon 7 uid lpm- Y fexandr 1nwidentF- rllowire Spcdal Rates In Hftct viaL II V 10 Bowlins Hifii K FVbriujry 18 10 lit 2i limited to 22 tore pin 25 rvit round trip TIMC Ftym Ky Kel rtinr UJiimr 2tl limited Ia22 one rlllt iln2di II IIllid rio MmliGrsK Xrtw Orleans KeliriiHr to 16 limil to 2i out fAroo pU 25 cents rou Hl tri Tlrket exemied n Match OH iiejM it f 50 cent One wayIroltMiiit to the Sinlliwest Pebrimrv 16 March and If nprii 6 tilt 10 tiltt t KSIIIMIS and Miioiiri on tattle dafs Hmniltoii Agent n LoSt A Ioilhill b t ween Frasa Bro rroeery BtoreHml Holliim street Find r will pleae Aillm to this ollic ati- ruteiVi rewartl If rd cuiGOLD IN ONE PAY fnkeljtstive Kr mm Quinine Tablets All drujreiftH refund tlie money II it ilstociu KtV Hroven BiciiHtiir WHIll Hilllltl MIT n Diamonds Watches Cocks Cutglass- All T kinds of Jewelry and Ereciou Stones of evry description Ihare s the things ip Itf fiiind RtljUiifV Jewelry Store If votir waiuli or clock tefn e to en ta e them to Ijtnc li will fix them If your riiiar iif1114 refet ttiits lake it III LHIIHV Deil fix that too If MI want tiiiythinjj thaI Mil he fUH in a lint CHK Iaw lry plolalollhlllI ut to fxiiies HH ii vII fixad in thest kind of artclf L E Lane Jeweler and Optician Stops the Saugi iiu 77ci a ot tft jofi- Uxutlvf tiii Qi iniiie Lretpure a cold in on ta Ninre n pay Pri21t For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress Printing Co Richmond Ky No 1 No2 o o A contAlII1 rooms and two IalllbarnA on of the In mood lice all iiiK A great an one de a Tn Two nice near 3tu and only thee squares from cou l house more 111 ble foi an ideal tom could be found These residences will be sold at a 5 o6 Q 7 o8 lo 9 10 10 lo ii 10 13 14 ilo 16 Mo 17 19 twostory frame residence halls oni Rich for nice home not JIM will bay a good town lot 40xaK feet m street 40 zoo feet Prior Jl 0 i Rood farm containing about acre god bun aad other ti- nDvlitfltM in fine Pile 1100 No 18 No No20 No 21 No 22 Ilam 25 twoftoiy frame residence uloest resident streets necessary outbuild bargain siring resiliences Maiustreit location bargain Acod towiitnt good rettlilfiict luclty No 23 Ne w1CnFour IUlKun nice street wf1II lmpro 4 Inee tM3 each IcNIc resldfitee containing Kms leoitrnt pnrtlon or evcIterre yard anti garden and necevMtry outbuildings PrIe jhoulltA four rom co bite sd eveo sc of ml tIe uqes In graM and twu In verdi g od orirUnrd nd nniiit arbor nil necessary out building Tiis property Is xltnatM In thriving village whee cburclut anschools me convenient Prir One of the nicest nwMeiicet Richmond ontulnittg o ght room and pelr tubes Jtrtnr citj Lot OOiiVi reel Price M61 A twoi iory residence In itoo nelghboihoo Lou IMzloO feet All necessary out build ng Prlii 28011 A nice esldence fur nnv tug Ideal hume Ont thdelrIconstructed Imlldinzs tn well iraintveit Price 2200 Iborho 1CfhlIlnlr An sIsal c ttar of rooms lesflttil ard and ii a ulinHdine c uding od stab soul cistern Trice I on ImtaTunci phil resldeme for n hv Ire ostdri tat Irefporruie i Itllo t Intion I S and at ti r JolI g toKHiti an IIrinlh huu FArm containing J0f fcir Itell rroro Wrii Sh n a aut ruhrbe J yersFeed your hair nourish it give it Something to live on Then it wilt stop falling and will grow long and heavy Ayers Hair Vigor is the only UmrVigor hairfood you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It your after It began long Tills teems a splendid result to me after being almoit without any hair Mrs J IL Firzu Colorado Springs CoIn Si a bollle- AI IrgeItfor JC AYBRCOII Short Hair PASSED THE HOUSE The Measure Which Reshapes the Breathltt Judicial District 12SenateThOIFrankfort Feb prohlbjItlnthis state but killed the other game and bird bills The Louisville rip per bill authorizing the mayor to appoint and remove his executive boards at pleasure which has passed the house was postponed till February 25 This does not necessarily mean its defeat but it shows the bill will have tough sledding to get through HouseThe feature of Thursdays session was the passage of a bill crejatlng a new circuit court district posed of the counties of Breathitt Ma goflln Wolfe and Knott It Is claimed by some that if the bill becomes a law Willibreakgis and eJtJudge D B Redwine were both present Thursday and by their personal efforts aided In the passage of the bill The house adopted a res olution providing for a Inves Agricul1turalLochy bill to allow the clerks to the appellate court judges 100 a month was passed CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Rev Dr W L McEwen of Pittsburg Unanimously Elected President Lexington Ky Feb 12Rev Dr W L McEwen pastor of the Thrd Presbyterian church Pittsburg was Thursday unanimously elected presi dent of Central university of Danville at a full meeting of the board of trus tees tp succeed the late Dr W G Roberts The church of which Rev McEweri Is pastor Is said to be the finest Protests church In America He has not yet indicated whether will accept or not He was born hei raised in Frankfort Ky and ated from Center college and Prince tun theological seminary Among those who had been mentioned for the presidency was John E YerkesIGoes to Owlngsvllle Ky Feb 12Tho news report thatMaJ Henry T Allen ot Sharpsbtirg this county had been appointed military attache for this coun try at the United States legation at St Petersburg was a mistake Maj Allen has been appointed official observer for the United States government of thu Russian and Japan war with headquarters in Manchuria where he now Is Maj Allen will at once go to the scone of hostilities Missing Cashier Let Note Louisville Ky Feb 12W F Og den cashier of the Kentucky and In diana bank at West Point Ky who has been missing since Sunday left a letter in the vault saying he was going to a nearby town and would return when the banks directors assured him he would receive justice His accounts so far seem all right Advanced Price of Flour Owensboro Ky Feb 12The mil lers of Western Kentucky and South ern Indiana held a meeting here and transacted considerable business the most important of which was advanc ing the price of flour 25 cents on the barrelIShelbyville Ky Feb 12J Wash Ington Adams aged 60 years one of the bestknown citizens of Shelbyville dropped dead In his butcher shop Besides his wife be leaves five children all grownIFrankfort Ky Feb 122Fhebill to prohibit the adulteration and mis branding of orchard grass seed and other grass seeds was passed unani mously by the Evidence houseIChicago Feb 12Lee Chang the Chinaman accused of strangling his American wife to death with n quilt was discharged Evidence against the Chinaman was lacking The womans namo previous with Chang was Lillian Memorial RussellI Washington Feb 12Senator Dan iel Introduced a bill Thursday appro prlatlng 40000 for the completion of the Jefferson memorial object lesson road from Charlottesville Va to Mon tlcello the grave of Thomas Jefferson To Fight the Cotton Boll Weevil Washington Fob 12The depart ment of agriculture has Issued a clr cular detailing the work which already has begun under the emergency an proprlatlon made by congress to fight the ravages of the cotton boll weevil Will Pay Half the Expenses Honolulu Feb 12lIhe Japanese Hotel Keepers association of this city offers to pay half the expenses of all members of the Japanese army reserve force who are desirous of returning home to fight for their country A New State Department Columbia S C Feb 12Tho state legislature passed a bill a state department of establishingI immigration It is thought once the department Is established other southern states will follow the plan To Annex Portion of Arizona Washington Feb 12 Representa the Howell of Utah Introduced a bill providing that all that portion pf Ari zona territory lying north and west of the center of the Colorado river shall be annexed to the state of Utah The United States sold Corea about TvJCOOOO worth of goods last year Are Going to Florida Winter Tourists tlnkpR on sale via Qnpfltr Orvfcenf Rnntp outlier Railway nnclcniipHctlne Iliiiw toDinlR oiiih mnlienst atnl Roiithwe nt re liicpil rates good returning May 31 1004 Tickets can now 1m punliaRed to Jnrksonvillf riiid St AuirnRtiw via IVmknnt Mountain ami Atliunx ye turning via Asheville and Urn I anrt of the Sky with ftt n nverprivileireit Fur rates and Information mlilsess G E Olarfee T P A Lexington or C Rineareon G P At Cincinnati j SEA SIGNAL SYSTEM Test of New Invention Which Would Prevent Collisionsi Simplicity and Efficiency Are Shown Appronch Ten Mllea Off The submarine signal system invent ed by Pfof Gray and Arthur J Mundy to reduce to a minimum the danger of1 collision at sea has just been subjected to a service test of marked rigorousnessr and demonstrated its means of this system the master of a havQInstantanother ship even when from six to ten miles separate the two and will know when he is near perilous shoals or reefs long before any whistling or bell buoy could send warning through a heavy fogThe recent test was made on the steamship James S Whitney during a run beginning at midnight between New York city and Boston It had been decided not to test the device for dls tances but merely to establish its re liability over stretches suited to the or dinary requirements of commerce But owing toa mishap In preliminaries the signal squads at the first four stations were not notified in time to send their signals However when the Pollock Rip Light was picked up the signal squad understood its work and was on the alert When the James S Whitney had the station two miles on her beam and the big steamboat was pitching heavily in the choppy sea the signal system was operated with absolute suc cessFrom all the other staUons passed on the run among them Pollock Rip Shoals and Boston Lightship the sig nals were read with amazing distinct nessThe GrayMundy apparatus looks much like an ordinary house telephone without the transmitter It was hung In the pilot house of the James S Whit ney within easy reach of the pilot The connection between the sending and receiving stations Is wireless under the water the sea Itself constituting the transmitting medium In sending sig nals a bell Is sunk 15 feet and the wires equaldepthThe receiving Instrument picks up the vibrations when the sunken bell is tolled All the experts on the steamboat were astonished at the simplicity of the device They realized though the secret of the Invention lay In the chem icals used in the receiver Prof Gray and his associates would not divulge the nature of the agents they employed but admitted carbon played an Important part In the composition FOODS OF EUROPE IMPURE American Vrofeoor Find Many Adulteration Particularly In Vines anti Champnirne Revelations of the Impurity of the foods in Europe are made by Prof Rob ert M Allen secretary of the National Pure Ftou association I learn from the auth rltles of the municipal laboratories of Paris that 60 per cent of the French wines and 80 per cent of their champagnes are adul terations notwithstanding the French vineyards bad the greatest yield the last two years within a century and pure wine Itself had been very cheap Prof Allen says Much of the wines Included In this 6Q per cent never saw a vineyard and grape forms no part of their composition The wipes and champagnes are adulterated with new alcohol coloring matter and acids dele terous to health This assertion is based upon the analysis of 10000 wellselected samples of wines and champagnes The United States bureau of chemistry when It began to enforce the pure food Jaw on Imports last year found thatthe American people have been drinking labels QUEER FIND OF ILLINOISAN Evidences of Prehistoric ARC Found br Mftyor of Cnrbondale In Sandstone Cliff Mayor J H Hindman of Carbondale Ill who lives In Rockwood precinct just on the borders of the county has found embeddedin the solid cliff of sand stone near his home evidences of The hatching place ora prehistoric bird That section of country has for years archaeologtcalstudyIt the glacial drift Not only has he discovered small nests of eggs but also portions of the leg and foot of the bird In the excavations which have been made the nests contain each three eggs They vary In size which would Indicate different kinds of birds The largest eggs are nearly two feet in di ameter and weigh several hundred pounds They are readily picked from the soft sandstone which surrounds them and are of a greater weight In proximity to this evident nesting place were found petrified portions of the leg and foot which were of gigantic proportions Was on the Loilncr Side A New York girl 23 years of age has been arrested for taking other peoples money with which to speculate In Wall street says the Chicago RecordHer aid The lact that she has been ar rested indicates that she got on the wrong side of the market Must Be Gently Led That Kansas town which Is trying to threateningtodriven to matrimony remarks the Chi cago Dally News they must be led and so gently that they do not sus pect itI WHEiI7 BABY IS COMIJQ US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature has II rto become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she joy ambition success amid the lifelong satisfaction com fu nearer by day in the dear and imiocentbejng so soot to see light and whether site shall see a sweet gidor a brave boy face betide hey on P OV adds zest to her exptcnney externallyUiroiihO4t pain of iiartariUon and no mother and child car fail to be healthy heart strong middicerlutinfluenced the continued use of tillS great 1inipint1MOTHERS FltTEND btt1leOiJrtreatsehE 1iIIWlIUULATO AtIaa Stoves AT COSTWe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close Latdt at cost for cash Please bear n 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 buyingTin and RepairWorka specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE SIMMONS Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made j kiiamin flAItH IiE1c5OPt our large T This means to you the best in world at cost and Do not fail to our house when I Take Seven MflEqa boxes sold in post 12 months This u A TEXASi HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY 1 One smell bottle of Hall Groat Oil tnwr ctlresflI jkidimy and bladder roul lfs rumov graVfl diiilifteH ieiniittil lllIiBion8jTeaJk and lump buck llttUimiiisi ttiirrgtiitirit ioftiekidnevK Hint J lniider In boil men nd WKDI II rruuhltllijIr troubles cli ilrrn If not old hv your ilrui 1st vil liBSflit Ijy niHil on seiiVpt o OnexinHll liottjV jstwo tnonrh7 witiUHiit anil will fJe ttnvc dO Hbuv i iittontMt lr K W Hall suit niair f ci iner P b ltox tI2 St IIIIIK Mi send fur leiimoiitHU Sold hv ar irugft utIaiu lKye Merchiitit Ciciitiiondo kUMAD THis Kirhmond Kv th 9 1002 Or K W Hall Si linK Mo Dear iiPI IIHVH uwtd oiif bottle ot the xas Wjtler Hall Great fiWov rvfor khiy and filndiler tronhlp I einiej1150 tionndii wiieii I hIaM tisjnit itojliy I wvijth 176 DOtindM Xjld r oi bttiei than I huye in twfnty yfara ml I clie rfullv reiomhiond if tdthe llhlI1 leSlttfIlIiv 7lJ1 loiiv i RID KL TItIiiftfbiler rwllo would nit lake IItl Sil no cliancr LIGHTNINGS QDE3R PRANK Ialntii Imnprc pi Steamer on 311rror Phenomenon fnkrll PIEce During Storm on Tennessee River On an ordinary circular mirror about two feet In diameter In a screen inj sa loon fnTJecatur Ala is the picture oVa large Tennessee river stamer Just how the picture cameo be on the mirror Is a mystery The picture can only be accounted for In this way Afew months agothejmlr ror was tak en to Decaturon a a from Chattanooga It was on the lower deck thetace turned toward the water On the trip a heavy storm ragedat night and the lightning was vivid During the storm another steamer passed and Just as It was passing vivid flash of lightning reflected the Image of the passing steamer In the glass It la supposed that the lightning photo graphed the Image of the steamer on the face of the looking glass i The picture was only discovered a few daysago by accident by a customer The proprietors did not knowof the picture being there before Theplcture will not rubjOr washpff he rl can only be seen when a person stands at a certain angle from the glass PRAISE FOR AMERICAN ARMY LOr4 VVolelrr Cay EnrflaiA Mast AdPt3lethod of Cnlted Stales Field Marshal Lord Vqlseley former ly cqmmander In chlgf of the British arjnjr has written again In thei ecline jn mlHtarj recruiting In Great Britain He reaffirms hisbelief- In the superiority of thp ariny of the United States saying The Americas American army so far as it goes In nurc bere Is the finest In the world Until we adopt a similar method of obtaining recruits aur army never will be in a thoroughly satisfactory state Teak Greetejra drice That the skeleton of a map 11i Ni Vada suggest to the St lyojjls RepubUfc that he must have t gone West and thrown up with tucountry j We are Badly Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too Clothing 25 Per Cent Off on every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over This includes our Alfred Benjamin Gos Suits and Overcoats CAlso line of Youths childrens Clothing clothing the opportunityCrnevisit in Lexington LOUIS GUS TRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers I To Cure a Cold in One Day JUaxanve Bromo Quinine Tablets Signature WONDER IsnRecruIUnK referenceto paytheir tee- thigwaJoundiz determined If Stoves Many 4 = Cures Cin Two pIon every box 25c fNcff5T4RFACTORY LOADED SHOTCUN SHELLS Its not sentimentthat makes the most successful shots shoot Winchester Factory loaded Shells Its the re j suits they give Its their entire reliability even ness of pattern and uniform shooting Winchester Leader shells loaded with smokeless powder are the best shells on the market Winchester Repeater I shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in price but not in quality Winchester New Rival black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of thesebrands and youll be well pleased They are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT lIdeo l- OtDiB1HkCKELORD CO Have just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN 1ELt 1NcE VERY ROD OF AWERIC aFE C MUAfKirt by themanuifacturers and fay us CaflSnd see ft ClinshOwyOu now ityH save you money and fence your fields so they will stay fenced J The price will advance in 60 days DNiBIShcckLfort1 Co MY NAME IS THURMAN I On Sausage Row And Buys r CKTNSy l t Ft further Information address General Passenger Agent Chicago