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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jI t TIJ3 RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 3f RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1904 NUMBER 41 PHONE 80 II E C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRSTH j OIX fb r Fn 1 i AT QSTFebr- uary t d 1st marks the close of the first years business for THE HUSTLING CASH STORE in Richmond Ky Our business has indeed been a very satisfactory one and we take tins method to expuess t the public our sincere thanks for their pationngeTe have endeavored to give our customers the highest quality of goods at the n Very Lowest Pricesi AlwaTss the newest and best that we feel depattlftotnthe coming season are already bought we exercised the same caution in selecting them and assure you that you can find better values for the same money here than elsewhere These Spring Goods are Arriving Daily r i and we need bhe room and must have it and in order to make room we Have decided that during the month of February we will sJR anything in winter weight goods in our house AT COST When we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are entirely new the very latest things that could be bought in winter stuffs and are bought at prices possibly lower than we can replace them for nextfall But we do not believe in allowing goods to accumulate from season to season becoming old shelfworn and out of date but prefer to sell them at a sacrifice now that we may again offer you the newest things next fall 1 50 Black and Fancy Dress Goods at 1 00 1 25 4 98 100 lf 75 4 75 J 55 4 50 33to37J 25 is- 5075eand1 Fancy Walstings at 35 55nnd 75cJ 25c Ozfords p1ainanitanat I8c 15c Flannelettes at lOc lOc Flannelettes at 7c 6J 7 81 and lOc Outing ClothS to 7jc Winter Gloves at Cost i 15 00 Suitsat 10 00 12 50 9 t 10 00 7 7 50 and 50 Suitsat 4 98 SOOand6SOj 398 Boys and Youths at Cost Flannelette Gowns worth 00 at 76 85 68 I U 75 h7 ItII so 39 Night Shirts worth 50 75 and tl 7ScISateen I Petticoats worth from 75c to 2 50 go from C8c to 1 79 each IOutin and Flannel Skirts worth 25c to 1 00 at 20 to78o Hosiery Underwear Comforts and Blankets prices y Our Entire Stock ofClothingl and Overcoats otCost 50t8 a- tIvholesale t 12 00 and 15 00 Overcoats at 9 50 10 00 759 I 7 50 and 8 50 r 4 98 5 00 and 6 50 3 D8 at Cost tYouthsOvercoats at Cost Greatly reduced prices on all Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods Hats and Caps Carpets Mattings and Rugs the prettiest line in the city goat prices lower than they can be bought today at wholesale We cordially invite you to call and see us and secure some of these bargains before they are pone We will also take pleasure in showing our NEW SPRING GOODS in N velty Suitings White Goods Percales Ginghams etc at the verv lowest prices The prettiest lin of Enbroideries and Lices ever shown in your city at prices never before eqi ilel mt miss the b irgain opportunity of your life Thanking you again for your p ist kindness a11 solicting a share of your future patronage we are Very Respectfully Yours LAtKEY nd HAM11TN Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen uplheir homes with new L1 Poper Etc J 1 am now prepared to do this kindof workat most reasonable prices 6de Inside Painting Eape1 L Varnishing Etc Orders left at B L Middeltons will be promptly attended to f A t WGMltLER l The UMAX and weekly Courier Journal both ono year lor SI 25 This offer will expire on March 10 CountyCourtabout 3P rlmresor Fanners National Bank stock Long Torn Cheiiault For tim nexti fiiys we will close out or cash at cost two Moores donblo hoators three Rnliaut Homes three Coles Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for sprlniroods D B Shackelford Co For Roil I desire to rent for tIle year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf tiei UuraK Bright Aactionctr My services as an auctioneer can he secured by leaving word at the State Bank Trust C i or by writing J27tf T D Chen nlt TerrlllKyTelHour Is The Time to Vtlt Hot Sprlnjj Aricansas via Iron Mountain Kocte The season at tile Oreat NatIon Health and Iieasnre Resort is now u Tall blast Clttnate unsurpassed Ho SpringsSpecial leaves St Louis dail at 820 pm making the run in lee than 12 hours Three other lAst dail traina Hancluome detwriptive liteni hire can be obtained froe by calling oraddressing A A GArrAqitEBDPA 419 lhiutstreet fbcinnltiJ ciJj jf KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY The Contract For the Public Printing Looked Into Frankfort Feb 2GSenateThe Investigation of public printing by the special senate committee seems to be assuming proportions The commit tee notified a number of witnesses to appear but none have been examined yet The senate passed what Is known as the Louisville ripper bill but only after a hard fight The senate also passed the bill creating the new coun ty of Thorne out of parts of PulaskI Whitley and Wayne The territory In the county is but sparsely settled and property values are extremely low The bill to create a new circuit court district out of the counties of Magof fin Knott and Floyd was passed by the senate as a substitute for the house bill which Included Breathltt county in a new district HouseThe house passed the bill repealing the graded tax on manufactured tobacctf Mr Rennak r offered a resolution requesting tbat Kentucky congressmen secure adequate compensation for rural free delivery carriers It was laid over Tho bill prohibiting the charging of rent for nature cr ar tificial gas meters was reported ad versely and killed The Mueller bill allowing sparring exhibitions with fiveounce gloves was reported favor ably and advanced OFFICIALS INDICTED The Men Are Charged With Subor nation of Perjury Cynthiana Ky Feb 2GAt the morning session of the circuit court the grand jury returned a true bill of Indictment against Judge B F French of Winchester Ky and Ed Callahan sheriff of Breathltt county charging them with sUborna lon of pejury in allegedly compelling and requesting- A C Adams to perjure himself In the Jett trial last summer in behalf of Jett French is a prominent lawyer of Winchester Ky and represented Jett in the trial last summer A C Adams was convicted Tuesday of per jury He pleaded not guilty to the In dictment No evidence was given and the Jury found him guilty He made a most sensational speech for himself In the case Tuesday Implicating French and Callahan Jasper King Is now on trial for alleged perjury In court He was a juror in the case of Jett and White last summer who refused to vote for the death penalty as the other 11 had agreed and the trial resulted in a life sentence May Appeal His Case Cynthiana Ky Feb 26The motion for a new trial made by Attorney J L Blanton on behalf of A C Adams given a years sentence for per jury In the JettWhite Jeud trial was overruled Blanton clamed the commonwealth neglected to Introduce any testimony after his clients confession It is yet uncertain whether Adams will appeal the case or not Law A lnstlolterlngI Frankfort Ky Feb 2GIn the house the lverson vagrancy bill for which he has made such a strong fight was taken up and passed after strik- Ing out the emergency clause The vote was 55 to 5 It makos more strin goat the laws against loitering All Committed Suicide Versailles Ky Feb 26 Alraont Yowelli aged 70 committed suicide with paris green at his home near Chit ton this county Two of Yowells brothers killed themselves by taking endIedPrisoners Taken to Prison Hopkinsville Ky Feb 2o Sheriff Davis left with John Woodruff and Francis Drake who were taken to Ed d vllle to serve life sentences for the murder of R H Qbffey at Empire The court of appeals affirmed their cases a month ago- Dangerously Shot In a Scuffle Richmond Ky Feb 2GIn a scuf lIe with a travellng showman Sam Bales a young man of this town very prominently connected was danger ously shot through the lungs and the chances of his recovery are consider ed doubtful Statute of Mortgage Limitation Frankfort Ky Feb 2GMr Bour nes bill making void a mortgage at the end of 15 years unless at the time the obliger and obligee sign an exten sion of note was passed by a vote of 42 to 24 in the house Thursday Sold the Stock Henderson Ky Feb 2GThe Hen derson Grocery Co composed of F H Frayser F N Frayser and others Thursday sold its wholesale grocery stock to Charles W White of Louis ville and B Mann of this city IDIed at a Ripe Old Age Ky Feb 26Balslo- Franzell sr one of Hardin countys oldest citizens died at his home here In the 91st year of his age He was born in Strasburg Germany and hail lived here for nearly 30 years Distillery to Resume Petersburg Ky Feb 26It is said the Boone county distillery will resume operations the middle of March con verted into a spirits house and will turn out 250 barrels a day and give employment to 100 hands The Oldest Xavlerlan Dead Louisville Ky Feb 26 Brother Stanislaus said to have been the old est Xavierlan brother In America or Europe died in St Xavier college In private life Brother Stanislaus was Peter Lucas France and England eachown In Af rica an area as large as the U S StrengthIfyou must add tc and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and appropriated by the nerves expelledfrogtiteJnestines Cure adds to the physical It gives strength band builds np strength In the LjutntIii System It Is pleasant to thetHSte and palatable and the only combin tton of dip slants that will die gest the food and enable the system to appropriate allof its health and strength giving qualities Sold by E C Wines im Beaver finished ribbons are much t worn OD tints It Saved His Leg r P A Danforth oiLaGrange1 Ga1 puttered for sir months with a i sore on his leg hut writes that Buck lens ArntcftKalve wholly cured it in WoundRPHlsILsthe 0i0 THE KENTUCKY SOLONS Bill Making Chicken Stealing a Felony Passes SenateIFrankfort Feb 25SenateAt the afternoon session of the senate the Prewitt bill making it a felony to iteal poultry to the value of 2 was passed by 20 yeas to 6 nays The Farris bill to amend the local option law so that it a whole county votes dry It shall remain dry but Jf the whole county votes wet the precincts or districts that were dry before the elec tion shall remain dry created much discussion as it was reported adversely by the committee The Edwards resolution asking congress to empow er growers of leaf tobacco to sell it to consumers free of tax was passed The bill to more clearly authorize hus band and wife to testify for or against each other as to their property rights but to prohibit their testifying Jn divorce cases was passed unanimously The house resolution to furnish each legislator with 150 copies of the governors message was adopted The Dehaven bill to prohibit the selling of toy pistols guns torpedoes or other explosives used by children in cele brating holidays was defeated by 15 to ii rtnarlng 16 votes to pass a bilL HouseThe house vis lpd the bill prohibiting the shooting of rabouz and squirrels from September 15 to NO- vember 15 with an amendment permitting the snaring of rabbits The Bradley bill repealing that part of the revenue law Imposing a graded license tax on tobacco manufactured in Ken tucky was taken up and was under discussion when the house adjourned The senate bill allowing the attorney general two assistants was favorably reported A Bad Fire at Ashland Ashland Ky Feb 25A bad fire In the Venturadrug store occurred Wed nesday morning This store occupies one room in the Ventura hotel build Ing and a panic among the hundred or more guests was narrowly averted many of them fleeing to the street half dressed Loss to Druggist Meinhart was about 7000 with 3500 InSur- ance Loss to hotel company noth tag George Fairchild Captured Sbmerset Ky Feb 25Geo Fair child colored who escaped from Frankfort Monday was arrested here while attempting to break into a car at the depot Fairfield had painted his striped pants to cover detection and confessed One hundred dollars reward was offered for him Promising Youngsters Lexington Ky Feb 25 Abraham Smith Son of Algonica Mich shipped to Gus Macey the 3yearold bay gelding Fulseto dam Magnetta and the 2yearold bay colt Cresceus II by Cresceus out of Magnetta Cresceus II is engaged In over 60000 worth of stake events Ben Phillips Acquitted Newport Ky Feb 25 Benjamin Phillips on trial for the killing of Col lector Frank Brown was acquitted by the jury shortly before noon Wednes day The courtroom was packed to Its utmost and the keenest Interest man ifested during tho arguments Post Office Robbed of 500 Lagrange Ky Feb 25The post office here was robbed and about 500 In currency and stamps secured Tho robbers entered by the front door forced the combination of the safe and with nitroglycerin blew open the inner door of the safe Dead In a Store IDropped Feb 25 Thomas J Jones a prominent business man dropped dead in his store at 7 Monday night He had been a oclockj character In official and cles The burial took place Wednesday afternoon Died of Apoplexy Ashland Ky Feb 25 James G McGlcthlin a prominent farmer and stock raiser of this county was found dead in a room over W F Stocks sa Joon at Catlettsburg The coroners ury rendered a verdict of death due to apoplexy Wants to Dissolve Partnership Jackson Ky Feb 25 senator Ai EL Hargis filed a suit In the Breathltt circuit court against his partner and brother Judge James Hargis for dis solution of the partnership of Hargis Bros which has existed for nearly 20 years IJudge Tarvin Seriously III Ky Feb 25Former Judge James P Tarvin Is seriously sick in New York and his wife has been summoned to his bedside She left Covington Wednesday following f telegram announcing her husbands Illness Prisoners Escape Jail Carlisle Ky Feb 25Amos and John Riggs charged with housebreak ing and Horace Amos charged with highway robbery sawed the lock off their cell doors and escaped They also had dug a hole out through tho wall iFell on the Icy Sidewalk Petersburg Ky Feb 25John Stephens excounty judge of Boone coun ty living at Bijllittsville tour miles east fell on the Icy sidewalk and roke his hip Owing to his age 73 his recovery Is doubtfuL Death of Judge Cyrus Riddel- i Petersburg Ky Feb 25 Cudge Cy rus Riddel is dead in this city Ho was born November 25 1819 at Bur- lIngton Ho was on the bench for 40 years ICanada produced over 4000000 worth of pig Iron last year The Name Witch Hazel The name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of the original anti only genuine With Hazel Salve A certain cure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits for this salve some of which are dangerous while they are nil worthless In buying Witch Hazel Salve eee that the name R C De Witt Co Chicago is on the box and a cure certain Sold by E C Wines Heavy white stitchiogs are always smart on black rHappy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Early Risers perfect safety They are harm yettheybust constitutions requiring drastIc moan are never disappointed cannot fail to perform thlirmlstJlon and everyone who uses DfI Witts Little Early Risers prefer thfm to all other byE Proverbs When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though rio one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply- a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites- especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the rtmedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adaprtij Ito their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treatment We will send you the penny J c a sample free Be tore that this picture In the loran of a label on the wrapper of every bottle ot you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y see and Jtoo all druggists THE COMMONWEALTH PLEADED GUILTY TO PERJURY A C Addams Sentenced to the Peni tentiary For One Year Cynthiana Ky Reb 24As an echo of the sensational trials ast summer of Curt Jett and Tom White convicted of the assassination of J B Marcum and Jim Cockrill one of the men A C Addams indicted for per jury In this county last September Tuesday afternoon was placed on trial for perjury He plead guilty and asked for leave to make an address to the jury It was granted Weeping and after breaking down several times he confessed that he was a perjurer but that he had perjured himself ot account of fear of the Breathitt county murderers as he termed them saying that Judge French and Callahan the Breathitt county sheriff had told him that he must testify for Jett and aid him In proving an alibi as he Addams would be killed with his fam ily It was the most sensational tiling that ever occurred in this court house He addressed the jury for fit teen minutes in which he told of the Breathitt county troubles and said that French had told him that he French was a man eater The court room was crowded He said that French had told him that Judge Har gis was behind them In this matter County Attorney Webster mado a speech as reply for the commonwealth and asked the Jury for mercy for Addams and asked them to give him onlyone year the lowest penalty In the instructions to the jury Several of the jurors were In tears at the close of Addams speech Addams declared his character and reputation was above reproach until the killing of Marcum last May but that these men had forced him to testify saying It was death for him to refuse At the conclusion of his speech he begged the jury for mercy saying he was willing to go to the penitentiary to payfor the crime he had committed After being out the jury returned a verdict ot guilty sentencing the prisoner to one year in the peniten tiary THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE c Bill Regulating Laws of Political Par ities In the House Frankfort Feb 24Senaterhesenate Tuesday adopted another resolution providing for a more stringent Investigation of the accounts and con tracts for the states printing The house bill to legislate Sheriff Hclner ney of Covlngton out of office of county election commissioner willC probably come up in the senate again this week and its fate finally determined F M Tracy and W H Col lopy of Covington who are opposed to the bill arrived Tuesday nightCHouse The house had a lively debate over the bill regulating party law and prohibiting office holders from serving as committeemen Speaker Brown came down on the floor and joined In the debate and helped strike out the clause prohibiting any office holder from serving as commlttoemen but failed to defend that section which requires any committeeman to resign as candidate for office The bill was discussed in the committee of tho whole where a number of amendments were adopted but the adjourning hour arrived before the house could reach a vote on the bill as amended by the committee of the whole Colds Cause Pneumonia One of the most remarkable cases ot a cold deepseated on the lungs caus lag pneumonia is that ol Mrs Ger trade E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Min ute Cough Cure She favlIThecoughing and straining so weakened ine that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of reme dies to no avail until I used One MinI uteCotiRli Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to mv normal weight health and strength Sold by E Or Wines 1m Notice to Creditors J AU persons having claims against the estate of WVTHarris decd are hereby notified to file Mme legally verified with the undenignqd on or before April 31 ltd or ame bq barred BAMI RICSi I4ar I THE EVENT OF THE SEASON Will be the Ladies TailormadeISuit Opening at the 2 1 211sf S8eeCsA Store I- On 4 Friday Saturday March 4th 5th J Mr H D Smith will represent the Jeffras Company with their elegant line of Hand tailored Suits for ladies in the suit parlors of the Busy Bee Cash Store Mr Smithwill have with him to deliver a great many of the very best styles shown this season in Suits and Skirts also he will take measures and guarantee fits for any and all garments wanted if t J otg Ifyou need a new Spring Suit a nobby uptodate Skirt a Silk Coat a Silk Dress or anything in Ladies readyto=wear garments dont fail to attend this Grand Opening as it will be a tare opportunity see the largest and best selection shown by any house in the United States Theres no new style that cant be seen hereSI Dont come in after the Opening Days have passed ands 9 you would like to have a Tailormade Suit if you could have your measure taken and see what you wanted to buy s Come during these Two Opening Days and have a ggtoranteed fit see all the new uptodate styles get what you want and have it made like you want it Save worry and time planning a dressIREMEMBER THE DATES FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH45 t You and your friends are cordially invited Very respectfully W D OLDHflM GO I t For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine street with complete outfit including ten good livery horses ten buggies two siirnes om wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and curt If not sold will rent the stable and sell the outfit RESIDENCE FOR SALE I have or sale a number one residence on Second street containing eight rOom good cistern all necessary out buildings Lot 40x190 feet Price S2500 J W Masters febltf Richmond Ky Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are at ork uiuht and day curing Indices iiU HUtoumiess Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant Ill fe sure Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug Store 1m w w Big Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Alnite Coal 4+ ++ + i A i Guaranteed to last all night in ordinary fJgrate without any attention t + r + 4 r + +++ V 4 mm91a eat Values in Fall MerchandiseII t t New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage All over our i store immense stocksoi seasonable merchandisegreater and better selectedstocks i than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the 2 fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated- that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city WHITE GOODS Af It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We aJe showing an elegant n- A collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fleecelined Piques jp and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall Millinery We are showing 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 2 HOSIERYEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread 11 and cotton Everypair 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 Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as they are brim full of bargains We 1only ask in fairness to yourself to compare prices You will find we have the t 1j right prices vIens SUIts 15 down to 350 Boys SUits 6 down to 98c Shoes 1at all prices Come and see them JIj u Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices i J 3 RespectfullySulnittedz4 j I TradeEVEIder = I I Our Line of Vehicles is complete in detailevery We are now offerin special bargains to run down the stock before sprin Repairing Horseshoeing and Rubber Tiring done by the best mechi izics We guarantee satisfactions Give us a call euucW fcamaaei DOT IRUIJHlJfOND KY iPHONE 232 Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 16- 5FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR J Boquet Flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 2 19M Meals served at all hours at Billy Freemans restaurant First St tf The Richmond Real Estate Compa ny desiro to purchase a small farm cos ting from SGOOO to 8000 tIrJ A Moberly has been appoin ted Deputy Sheriff for the Speedwell district by Sheriff Wagers t The Ladies Aid Society of the First Prsbylenan church will meet this afternoon in the Lecture room at 3 oclock Thebill offered by Senator Prewitt making chicken stealing a felony was passed by the Senate by a vote of 15 to 13Ir John Fox Jr the famous Kentucky novelist has accepted a con tract to go to Japan for Scribners Mag azineMr W R Farris has rented the Charlie Smith property on West Main r t street for the rest of the year and will r there the first of March J H Kludreda much respect I1Ir of Clark has rented the farm near Boonesboro and will move his family to this county I have for sale two good brood mares Will trade tor a good young mule John D Goodloe feb244t Whites Station Ky Fresh baked bread at Billy Freemans at all times tf Robert UIIII a middleaged white man of Laurel county gave Louis Hunter colored a dose of croton oil as a joke It nearly killed the negro and J Owen was given sentence of two years in tho penitentiary From every quarter comes reports that the wheat crop promises to be very light this year This is on account of the freezes and thaws of the past win ter which has caused much of the cereal to spew out of the ground Mr Alex Hargis of Clark county has filed suit to annul the partnership existing between himself and hit brother Judge James Hargis of Breathitt Large business interests are greatIr Mr Edward Coyle a position with the Willging Paper and I Paint Company Mr Coyle served as clerk with this firm some time back and proved himself capable in every way His many friends will be glad to see him back at his old place The new game of flinch swept over the country like wildfire but it is thought it will give way to one of later date The game is called Christian ity The girls get on one side and are called Christians The boys get on the other side and are called heathens Then the heathens embrace Christiani ty It is thought the game will become quite popularEx- Go to Billy Freeman First street fur your ronrt dav dinner tiff e 3 tttS rO Lace Curtains JOur Laundry gives perfect ofLaceper pair Laun ury sent out twice a week Mondays and Wednesdays same returning SaturdaysLaundry forand delivered free Give us a call ZT RICE Agt For M N Laundry 118INext Monday will be county court day Tonight Arizona at The New Opera House prices 25 cents tr 100 Seats on sale at Crutcher Evans fur niture store A great many farmers inthp Whites Station neighborhood are almost through their ploughing Mr J R McKinney sold Monday to Messrs T J Curtis and J L Hub bard a fine twoyearold Jack for S750 This is the highest price paid for a two yearold Jack in this county for many years Court Day Dinner The Young Ladies Missionary Socie ty of the Baptist church will give a Court Day dinner on next Monday Gold Profit Mr John W Dullard sold a half in terest in the W S Hume farm at Sil ver Creek to E L Woods making a profit of 75000 Hop Mr John W Ballard purchased carload of begs from B M Stagner and shipped same to Cincinnati markets Price paid was in the neighborhod of Scents Dont Look so Tircdl Its enough to make one tired just to look at you Dont look so tired Yen must suffer terribly You know that Ayers Sarsaparilla cures blood pover ty nervous depression and general dp bility And it has been doing this for 60 years Masters Sale The Masters sale took place on Irvine street last Saturday and the fol lowl ig prices were reported Sevrn horses brought fromSO to 100 buggies from tO to SCO harness SG to 15 A farm wagon and a wagonette each brought about 35 Shooting William Turner aged about 19 years shot and mortally wounded his wife aged 15 years at their home at Need more this county and then shot him self This unfortunate affair occurred on Monday and so far the details are very meager and we have been unable to learn the cause of the trouble Turner is the man who was acquitted last April for killing Wm Coylo Charter Revoked The Fayette Fiscal Court has revoked the charter of the Bluegrass Consolida ted Traction Co organized in Lexing ton some time ago with a capital of 7000000 and granted a franchise to the Bluegrass Traction Co of which Hon C J Bronston is president The new concern is to hpve a capital of 100000 with privilege of increasing to 1000000 and proposes to build the lines already surveyed between Lex ington and surrounding towns A Bargain Professor R C Adams was over in Fayette recently and while there bought an old violin tor 75 cents The instrument was wonderfully sweetton ed and thinking it out of the ordinary the Professor had it examined in Lex ington lie was apprised of the fact that he had purchased a genuine Stradivarius bearing the date of 1713 He was immediately offered 100 for his violin but he refused to sell it for that amount well knowing that violins of that make bring much higher prices some even selling for thousands of dol lars Professor Adams is congratulating himself over his bargain t tt t ttr t Suis In order to close out all winter Suits and Overcoats both mens and boys we have made the most remarkable price reduction ever known in Central Kentucky We need the cash now and will need the room later so weve f 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 t 18 20 2250c 25 Go through our great stock and take you choice of V aU the finest Suits and Overcoats black suits excepted for 15 Fine handmade garments with all the fit 4 style and character of the best made to order at less than half the tailorss price Come and them onI 1250 x15 Choice for 15 10 Rich handsome Suits and Overcoats made in the very latest stylemany of them handtailored all go for a song1O00 A rare chance for a Suit or Coat at a very low price Young Mens Suits and Overcoats ages 16 to 20ears at the same startling L reductions as in the mens department Z AoP r t 11 C 1 1 Coundl Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the City Council will be held tomorrow night at the City Mall Among other important matters to come before the body is that of selecting a Clerk to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr A G Wells Citizens who are interested in the welfare of the city and its goverment should make an effort to attend these meetings Promoted Mr R S Taylor formerly of this city but who for several years has been onnected with the C d O railroad at Cincinnati has been promoted to the position of assistant freight agent with headquarters at Richmond Virginia riiis will be pleasant news to the friend of this young man than whom a more popular one never left this city He is i son of Dr T J Taylor and is worthy of the success with which he is meet ing Nothing Yet There have been no in the Rucker assassination case yet and if the detectives have any clews they are keeping them quiet We sincerely trust the ofllcers are on to something for if the murderer of Will Rucker goes unpunished it will be the greatest outrage Kentucky has ever permitted Those of us living in the immediate vicinity understand the circumstances under which the murder was commit ted but how we are to explain to the outside world that a murder can be committed under the nose of a big town and the murderer go unpunished is a proposition of large proportionsCent- ral Record 3 J jtI IBIIiII Great Combination Offer The CLIMAX has made arrangements 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 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 125 and the two papers will be sent to your address Address all orders to CLIMAX PRINTING Co- Richmond Ky New Uvery Firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclnf feed and sale stable in the oldAdams livery stable on Irivne street and desire a share of patronage in this line Persons who come in from the country and want a place to have their horses fed and leaDed up will do well to take them to this stable- ihese gentlemen are in the market the year round for good ltnrll iind persons having good horsQs to self should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them in good selling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with ahorse The Collins Walker stable contains forty nice clean roomy stalls and the very best care will be taken ot horses put In this stable Remember the place the old Adamt stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Bobt Walker i 24 feft 3u Choice for try Assigned Mr Filmore Richards a well known larmer formerly ol this county but now of Ford hits made an assignment His assets consist of a 172 aero farm and his liabilities are SCOOO exclusive of homestead Mr Ricfmrds resided in this city for quite a while and his friends here regret to hear of his mis fortune Bottling Factory Mr Emil Lohrisch the well known city agent for The Frank Fehr Brewing Co will establish a bottling factory in this city on April 1st and will put up such liquids as soda pop ginger ale etc This new industry will give em ployment to a number ot men and boys and will be an addition to the citys manufacturing interests New Firm Mr Becchum Lackey has purchased a lislE interest in the firm of Letclier Witt Stud the firm will hereafter be known as Letclier Lackey Co be ginning March 15 1904 They will continue in the same business at the sameplace and solicit a share of your patronage as heretofore All persons owing the firm of Witt are requested to settle their accounts as that firm desires to close up its business at once St Lowest Rate Ever Made The Rock Island announces the low est rate ever made to Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas for February 1C March 1 and 15 Oneway Colonists tickets from Memphis to Indian Territory and Oklahoma points only 050 to Texas points S8 or less Look aver thp display ad appearing elsewhere in this paper then write H I McGuire Division Passenger agent Cincinnati Ohio for illustrated literature descript ive of this great section and full infor mation regarding these excursions hooting at Irvine The following special from Irvine appeared in Saturdays CourierJournal S K Muncie a saloon keeper and son ot exJudge James W Muncie of this county became engaged in a diffi culty with Joe Richardson colored shooting him through the arm and also through the stomach the last bullet coming out near the spiral column Muncie then turned the pistol on him self the ball entering below the heart and passing out of lii back noar the hip bone The wounds of both men are dangerops but not necessarily fatal New Equipments The CLIMAX has recently added to Its mechanical department a new perforating machine wlricfi is thefirstma chine of its kind ever owned by a print ing office in this city Heretofore in order to get satisfactory perforating the work was sent out of town Not only has the Ctnux made this impor tant improvement but has added during the past three weeks more than three hundred pounds of new type to its equipment With this new machin eryanrlnew type we are better prepar ed than ever to turnout flrstclsss job and book fork Killed by Train Edward Broomfield who until recent ly has been employed as a barber in Cap Dickersons shop on Main street was run over and killed in the Cincin nati Southern railroad yards at Lei ing ton on last Wednesday His body was taken to Weihls establishment where it remained lor identifica lon which was made by Mr Turner a dry goods drummer who veiwed the body from mere curiosity Ho recogniz tl the fnce no that of the man whohad shaved him in Dickersous shop Upon talking to Vlr Ukker on over the telephone and describing the dead mans clothing gold filled teeth etc his iden ity was further established It Is said Broomfields homeis at Charleston III Bend no disposition will be made of his body uqtil something is heard from that place i BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS The great clearance is on us in this department too andwe offer the greatest opportunity ever known to clothe boys in high grade garments at trifling cost Look at these prices 1 Buys choice ofall Suits that sold for 1 25 and 150 12Take your pickof all Suits and Overcoats up to 3 in value for 2 Read Them Read the clippings cut from all the Louisville papers piaisicg the great show Arizona whichuhowed there all last week You may see these clippings at the furniture store of Crutchfcrt Evans And then go see the same company which will be at 1 he New Opera House to night Wed nesday March 2nd- Cedllan Qcb Kotes The Cecilian OJub cost February 24 with Mrs Middelton There were aI number of guests present The pro gram was Folk songs and ballads of the different nations Mrs McLellans pa per on Folk songs was especially good Mrs Middelton playing the songs which Mrs McLellan mentioned in her paper as being the oldest of Scotch Folk songs The Welsh Scotch and American songs of Mrs Oldham Miss Bright and Mrs Hanger were excellent selections Tea with its usual accom paniments of sandwiches cakes and bonbons was served in the dining room after which the Club adjourned Sam Bales Wound frored Fatal As a result of a difficulty last Tues sonra mew ber of a theatrical troupe the former was mortally wounded by a pistol shot the ball entering Mr Bales breast just below the heart penetrating his body death resulting yesterday morning at four oclock There are varying reports as to the origin of the difficulty and as Mr Bales was never able to make a statement we refrain from publishing any hearsay reports leading up to the shooting It is a fact however that after an exchange of words Bales drew his pistol and Hawes grappled with him for possession of the weapon during which same was discharged with the above results Hawes was arrested and placed in jail on the charge of shooting with intent to kill and his examining tria was set for today but since the death of Mr Bales tne charge will be changed to that of murder This unfortunate affair has mused much regret among the friends of the family to whom the deepest sympathy is extended Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 oclock at the Presbyterian church after which the remains will be interred in tare Rich mond cemetery Shall We Meet Again The flet of death is inexorable There is no appeal for relief from the great law which dooms us to duet We flourish and fade as the leaves of the forest and the flowers that bloom wither and fade in a day have no frailer hold upon life than tho might iest monarch that ever shook the earth with his footsteps Generations of men will appear and disappear as grass and the multitude that throng the world today will disappear as footstep on the shore Men seldom think of the great event of death until the shadow falls across their own path way hiding from their eyes the faces of loved ones whose living smile was the sunlight of their existence Death is the antagonist of life and the thought of the tomb is the skeleton of all feasts We do not want to go through the dark valley although the dark passage may lead to Paradise we do not want to go down into the damp graves even with Princes for bedfellows In the beautiful drama ofIon the hope of im mortality eloquently uttered by the deathdevoted Gieek finds deep re spouse in every thoughtful soul When about to yield his life a sacrifice to late his Clemanthe asks if they should meet again to which he responds I have asked that dreadtnl question of the hills that look eternal of the clear streams that flow forever of stars among whose fields of azure my raised spirits have walked in glory All are livingfacelove that mantles through its beauty that cannot wholly perish We shall DIPrentl 13A great chance for good Suits cheap Your choice up to 4 for 3 Popular and Beautiful Young Woman Dead As the result of a surgical operation Mrs Mat S Cohen died Saturday at the McMurtry Hospital in Louisville Although messages came bearing the news of her very dangerous conaition f ends and loved ones hoped apainst hope and the shock was great when the bitter word came announcing her death The remains arrived in this city Sunday at one oclock and were taken to the residence of her father Sheriff John F Wagers Deceased was the second daughter of Mr and Mrs John F Wagers and would have been 26 years old this com Ing July When quite young she be came the wife of Mr Mat t Cohen of Woodford county and from this union there resulted one little daughter who is now about eight years old Thus is the first break in a devoted family and the grief of the bereaved ones is well night unbearable Funeral services were cotducted Monday at the reel dence by Rev W II Dodge assisted by Ray Hugh McLellan in tho presence of a great gathering of friends and rala tlves The procession that followed the remains to the cemetery wee one of the longest ever seen in this city and the floral offerings were beautiful and numerous which further attested to the popularity of the deceased MrS Cohen was of a bright witty disposition and was the sunshine of her home She was gifted with an unusually hand some appearance and numbered her friends by the score tier death has caused sorrow among all her friends but her loss in the family circle is great beyond comparison To the fond parents and three sisters would we extend our right hand of sympathy and to the heartbroken husband whose grief is pitiable and the beautiful little daughter we would lain try to comfort We can only point them to the great Comforter of all who alone can heal the wounded hearts MATRIMONIAL LANEHURST Mr J Win Lane and Miss Bertie Hurst were united in mar riage at Union City last Wednesday Rev E P Benton said tho ceremony The attendants were Mr J Howard Kunkle and Miss Lizzie Smith and Mr J O Million and Miss Lillie May Lane of this city BIRTHS TERRILL Mr and Mrs Robert Ter rill are happy over the arrival of a fine son on Sunday morning DEATH GlLUoaEMrs Lucinda Gilmore died at Kingston Saturday Her funeral occurred Sunday at the residence alter which her remains were taken to the Bowler burying ground for interment ALEXANDER Mr Samuel Alexander died at his home near Red House Saturday aged 65 years Besides a wife deceased leaves a family of grown children Burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Sunday HARDER Mrs Frank Harber died Saturday after a lingering Illness of con sumption aged 73 years The burial occurred Monday at College Hill Deceased was a splendid Christian woman and her death is mourned b a large circle of friends and relatives She was the stepmother of Mrs W O French of near lown- Wl1ITESad indeed was the death of Lucy Bates White which occurred at her home in Danville on last Wednesday This news conies as a severe shock to her many friends and relatives In this city Deceased who was on the threshold womanhood was the eldest daughter of Mrs Margaret Rowland White who lived here for a number years and It was here that a large circle of friends learned to lovu Lucy Bates first as a wee baby since which time they have watched her grow up Like a halt blown rose she was plucked by the master to burst into full bloom hi the garden above Appendicitis caused the death A sad feature was that hermot- horwasnotwithherduringher illness she herself being ill in a hospital in Louisville The relatives here and in Danville have the deepest sympathy of all in their bereavement 4Choice of all our fin est Knee Suits rang ing in value up to 6 50 and 7 for 4 None reservedI A Finish 8 JO for750JSplendid collection of good warm durable Suits and Overcoats perfect in fit and style Buy one for knockabout wear even if you dont need it now the cost is trifling 750 500 SUITS iReduced from 8 10 and 1250 Weve culled from these lines all Suits soiled or rumpled in handling with some odds and ends carried A over from last year and marked them all at one price 5 00 An extraordinary opportunity for a good ever day Suit for next to nothing Cashonly none charged these prices Will not allow it Mt7tuIIiMtI IIIUflT OUR CLOTHING FITS developments desiring undertaking fever K t The windup of a Successful eg g Clearance Sale An Extra Special Announcement A cleanup Sale of all Dry Goods A Price Sacrifice on all that is Left ewe d In announcing to the public that Mr Jas L Pence of Cincinnati the House Raiser has arrived in our city to remodel the store means a- AShorlContiuation of ihe Clearance Sole He has notified us 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 anti cipatedithat 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 1r All Winter Goods lit Less Than Gostr A11J Suits of Underwear for men at 69c J Dress Shirts for men at 75c 50c Dress Shirts for men at 39c Ladies 35c Union Suits at 20e r50c Union Suits at 39c 1 Union Suits at 75c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss at 75c a box r J5c colored Lawns ane Dimities a 8 Jr3c- I5c Printed Madras at 813c J2 J2c Ginghams at JOe 25c Fancy Shirt Waist Suitings at 20c 20c Embroidered Swisses for dressesat J5c 1 Swiss Curtains at 89c 150 Swiss Curtains at 123 100 Lace Curtains at 89c J 25 Lace Curtains at 99c 1 50 Lace Curtains at 123 2 00 Lace Curtains at J 49 3 00 Lace Curtains at 2 25 Yours For Mutual Benefit OWEN McKEEy 1teOt av Q S4 s u e e eIt t i i tasSS e r Jeo v t s t s eo V JJL Rk D U C E D FiJ e 0 o D l r i C I eeh j I C ilIIIlIIIi00 S rq 110 S J 0 8 on all Heavy Winter 0 S S j j BOOTS SHOESt OS S iJ UNDERWFAR essO e S0- Se 55- 0E i It is our aim to get rid of all Heavy Goods gi gE at this time of the year in order to begin next gi 0 ig season with fresh new goods g a h a00Geo G 0 S 0 i 1 fDIITPHEP TRIIIBLE0O- S j 1j lS 0 5E Main Street Richmond Kentucky sI 059I S 5 5 SSSS 555S S S QS 55S SSd SS S SS S5S5SSS S 5 O oOI he Richmond Climax J OUBNAULT President A D ZILLRRdItorz Managur WEDNESDAY MAR 2 1914 IHtLiBHklkVBK WKDNICMlJAt HI The Jiimax Printing GQ Incorporated 7 A SENSATIONAL d v iiiprtiuant oc ur 0111IU8t8l Curtis lulls alibi witnesses plead e l guilty to jMjrjury for which he was sentenced tc ono years confinement in the putilleniiary The horrible runnier of JB Mnrcum is still fresh in the minds nf all and Adams con fl in tinlv strengthens the belief that Jutt killed tarcuiu at the com mnnd of men powerful in Breathitt county affair and this same pow r procured alibi witnesses for the trill In tni confession Adams made known some of the dirty work thtt had been dome in Kreatbitt He swore falsely because be was in the hands of the mountain murderers He was forced under thrents of bath to wear that Jttt bud not killed Mnroum when in truth he was thi man who did the dirt iewl but was tinneed to do so by alluhnn and others referring to Jim Hrgis and iJ F French It is the belief that Adams told the truth in his statrni nts lie was unlya poor school teacher of Perry Countyand it was only when his life was at stake thai he accepted the bribes of tbe blitod thirsty gang of Breathitt In diuituenUi have already been made ajfHiost nllHuan and French for sub or alion oT perjury It is the bnlief tbMt ihe whole gang of bribers perp trutiis and wore than assusins will be brought to justice in a short time Foitu rural mail delivery routes wi ru istttblisbed las fill ic Mason county An examination was held fcr c rr ers and four Democrats who piss i the best examinations were app nted Republicans raised a ro- wa1 claimed fraud so the app inl menis were held up An examination WB made by the ivul Service Com mitife which decided the examina tions were all tight and the Demo cratic appointees were confirmed No as a last resort to get rid of the Democrats tbe rural routes have been abolished Winchester Democrat CFBfowefCo LEXINGTON KY Home Snidlers When you are estimating on the cost of your pros pective home consider well one thi- ngWood Mantels Nothing adds more to the inte nor beautifying of the home thiin mantels Our new Spring line in unusually large embraCe lug all grades from the cheapest bed room mantels without cabi nets to the most elaborate de Bigim All the new effects in Tiles Plain Onyx and Chipped Faced Over CO colois to select fro- mFrames Grates Summer Pieces in Copper Brass Nickle and Black Expert rile Setters to do your work All work guaranteed Come and look over our line C1F1BrurCo11 MAIN AND BROADWALXIc1Tt tt ti14t0c the first president Harrfroi IWilKS the vicepresident Joun Tyler vas not lected to succeed him when president Taylor diedvicepn s ident F Imro was not elected to suc ceed him when Abraham Lincoln WIS assassinated vice president Johnson was not etfcted to succeed hint wheu Jatatte A Garfield was murde ed vice pi osident Chester A Arthur was no elected to succeed him No promoted vice president elevated by death to the pros dency has ever been elected to a full presidential term However tnis HUM of argument is not causing president Roosevelt to lie awake at night It is his fixed and deliberate opinion th t he is the man of destiny who can knock precedent into the middle of next week and lead public suiitiment around by the proboscis Glasgow Time Mr Thomas Conan Dead Mr Thomas Carran died at the home of his fiotiinlaw M r John McBride on Fob 27 iu the eightysecond year of his age The funeral services held at the catholic church of whichI he was a devoted ninmber alibis His remains were taken to and laid to rtby the side of his two suns who preceeded him to the grave several years ag- oBaptist Church Notes The pastor will discuss the following subjects in a series of sermons on the Home You are cordially invited to cme and bring your friends March 6 7 pm Husbands and Fathers in the HomeIMarch 18 7 pm Wives and Mothers in the Home March 2i 7 pni Young Men in the Home March 27 7 pm Young Ladies in the Home April 3 7 pin JESUS in the Music at Each Service The largest crowd greeted the pastor Snnd y that we have Keen in the Bap ist church lately There were three additions to this church The interest BPCIIIB to be growing steadily The proceeds of the apron sale an nounced to take place on Saturday was 510 Mr and Mrs Boucher have been con fined with grip The pastor and wile had as their truest Sunday apd Monday Mrs Lear and daughter Mary The pastor has been requested to de liver three lectures this week at the Ministers Institute that Is to be held timing the colored brethren The time and subjects are an follows Wed nnsdav 1030 The Fr efless of Salva tion Thursday 1030 a m The Scriptures 8pm Perseverance of the Christians lira Shepherd was also asked to go to Berea and conduct a revival meeting atihe Baptist church hut had to decline as he feels the work here needs all his time at present The Young Ladies Missionary Society has been reorganized with Mrs harvey Chenault as President All the young ladius are invited to join this noble hand of workers JCHUS said I am the way the trothandthe life We Cant Always Tell An exchange says we are all porr critters Not long ago a prominent merchant in a neighboring town re ditilleryfirmwho uiigbt be Interested in the literature issued by the new firm setting promiIng jokerlist of the prominent prohibitionists Of the place and forwarded it He forgot all abont the matter until month later when it was railed to his attention by i letter from the distillers enclosing a draft for165O with thanks for the list which hail been found peculiarly renti merative Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reuah the seat of ihe license Ca arrh Is a blood or constitutional di sease and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally and acts direct Iv on the blood and mucous RUrfaceg Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this conn ripHunpurifier mtfiug directly on the mil cotta surfaces The perfect combina tion of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful reaults in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold bdroggista 76c Halla FRBUlr Illls are the beats 1m Livery Rates Owing to the advance in feed livery rates woe after March 1904 as follows Feeding 50c hay 25e hitch ing after 9 oclock pm 25c Elmer Parrish K C Cobb WTGrigRS B K Duncan Collins Walker C O Hooker L O Shearer- 2m2t C Samuels mriosr CITY Mrs George Noland Sr is on tIlt sick list Mr and Mrs James McKinney now of Richmond were visiting here last week and looked very much like home folksMessrs H K Reeves and Robert Blackwnll are on the sick list Mr N G Todd of Brasefleidwa visiting the families of Messrs Sheltoi Bcnton Sunday and Monday laud boys are talking of organizing brass band at Union City We do hOI that it will not end in talk but that they mean business Get it up boys We have recently received a copy o a supplement to the Grn son Count GraysoImight be called the Industrial Numbs There are about 50 pages fully 12x2 inches The execution of the scot does great credit to the paper and th county Twenty years ago we visite Grayson and were over a considerabl part of it If we remember correctly the county was then carrying a hears railroad debt and it was eometiniD spoken of as poor old Grayson Sine that time there has been great progress She is now out of debt andthe growl of the county seatLeitchfleld and tin villages of the county has been remark able and shows that Grayson people are enterprising and progressive ami have good reason to be proud of iu citizenship The mayor of Leitchfielc Mr Simeon Clements has our thank for this great supplement to tin Gazette Contest of Music and Elocution A contest of music and elocution w be given under the ausplces of Miilii Rebekah Lodge No 28 L 0 O F some time the latter part of Marl The program will consist of the folios ingBest Piano DuetFirst prize 5 ond prize 2Best Recitation girl or boy under years of ageFirst prize 2 seco prize Best Recitation young lador gent man over 12 years of age First priz 5 second prize 82 float Vocal Solo by young lad First prize 5 second prize 2 Best Vocal Solo by young getleraai First prize 5 second prize 2Best Vocal DuetFirst prize 5 oud prize 2 Those wishing to enter any of tV above mentioned contests will plot leave their names and address wii Miss Callie Adams at W D Oldhai store or B Juett at his store QUEENS CONTEST In the meantime balloting to begit at once A queen will be elected h pipular vote for thisocuasion the pry being a handsome umbrella A young ladies will be eligible to en this contest Ballots should be If with B Juett or at the County Judge office 2mrf To the futile I desire to call your special attenti to the tact that the season for lion painting and papering is drawing cl and no doubt you contemplate puiniin and papering the exterior and interio of your residence this spring or lull and as I know of no better or safer w to invest reasonable amount of mo than this I desire to remind you ayati of the fact that I am still in the paint ing and wall paper business and nn thoroughly prepared to furnish you IF timates free of chargo and do yii painting and wall paper banging n very reasonable prices As I emp none hut flrstclmw workmen and ii only the best materials HI and on nit work I do I can andtiiguarantee good results and perfect eii ififactiou on all work I may do for yni and therefore ask you rr at lens share of your work promising you ii return for yoqr money value receivo A full and complete line of the news designs in wall paper of nil kinds and colors of pure white lead oalnt alway on hand Thanking you for past pit ronage and for a continuance of saute this year I am- Yours very respectfullyW Store nnd shop West Irvine street be twoen Second aud Third FPROFESSOR DURRETT WHITE ElEAD I trIn those simple headlines there is a world of sadnes mnd by tha death has been canned a vacancy that isfar reaching apd wide and one ttiat cant well lie filled Ever since the writers earliest recoIl eo tions Professor White has been one of hIS most admired friends He spcu most of his life in Estlll following the humble vocation of a county school teacher although his vjpa a mind that would have shone brilliantly in a chair Of highjdeg ee t the time of his death he was principal of the pubjio school at Clay jfilty and was a member of the Board of Councll5 There as in other places where he resided he was highlyrespectedtandhonoed Deceased was about fiftyfive years old and his deathc3iq afterta short illness of pneumonia 1 knew Professor White Inmoriestboyhoodand it was then that I learned to reverence him and love him He was a gifted scholar and writer and hIs beautiful linos have many times graced the colums of this pa per His spirit was as gentle and warm as a breath of spring and his heart was as boundless in love and gratitude as ever Unified In the bosom of human kihd He was ever ready to give a word of comfort and encouragement to his worn and wearjr travelers on lifes stormy th roughfare all of whom lie Considered his brothers A pathetic phase of Professor Whites lifowas his absolute willingness to fill an humble sphere He was not blessed with this worlds goods and was satisfied to struggle as7ra poor school mater of the mountains getting pleasure from naVuresstudies of which he was so fond One of his most beautiful poem svaswrittjin response to an assessors questionings and 1st entitled Fur bySlx In the prelude he ex presses himself in these Htes which show clearly his most humble disposition jjfi t Six feet of earth mates tin alt the To those who have felt the torturing iouch ofjpennrjr l Mtf d the bitter bread of un requited toll and whose homy lite the ltbors11 but a picture which hangs in memorys ball thee poor lines are inscribed And now these bitter tolls areencfed and this weary worn traveler has gone to enjoy his rewards in the Beautiful City A neW mound has been made near the foot hills And my heart Is underneath My friend was god and I strew it Wlh blossoms and clinging wreath JUJc Tolcb comes borne on the stillness Though the way seems hard be true Onirre thy Hfejfor the living As d dead has lived for you To Professor Whites bereaved widow and children would we ex tend our tenderest sympahy He has left them a legacy far greater than richlsagoodname May bauteous flowers ever bloom and breathe upon his last resting place as will the fair and fadeless blossoms of memory in the heart of one who knew him on the shifting sands of tim- aAIiM HOW HYOMEI HELPS TilE HEALTH Kills the Germs of Grip Catarrh and Colds Costs Nothing If It Falls Says T A Miller Now that liyomei can be obtained in nearly every town and city in the country it is possible to buy from druggists a health giving climate to be car ned in the purse or pocket By breath ing it a few minutes four times a day you can soon cure grip coughs colds rind even the worst and most chronic capea of catarrh T A Millwr has seen so many re markable cures made by the liyomei treatment hat he sells it with the ooBiiive agreement to return the money if it fails to cure A complete outfit costs but and consists of the pocket inhaler medicine dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last sevpralwpek It effects a cure in the worst ca tarrhal troubles and if breathed at the commencement of a cold or the grip willcheck it quickly and prevent sickness Extra bottles of Hyomei can be obtained for l 0c When breathod through the inhaler the cermkillini antI health giving Hy omei goes to the most remote cells of the throat situ lungs killing all the ca tarrhal germs soothing the irritated mucous membrane and vitalizing the blood with ozone At this season of the year everyone should have a liyomei outfit to prevent and cure catarrhal troubles and ward off attacks of grip pneumonia and sim ilar germ diseases 1m Dont forget to go to The New Op era House tonight and see Arizona farm Purchase Mr John Donelson has purchased the Robert Bojrgs farm and will move hereto next week For Rent House on East Main street Good high healthy location all necessary outbuilding mci tid big servants chicken buggy and ice house Good stable and lot also large garden and yard 2uitf John Doneison ThIeves at Work Last Monday evening burglars enter l the premises of Mrs Ellen Gibson dud attempted to hie away with a pig So much noise however was made by the stealer and the stolen that a a servant was aroused and the thief put to flight So far no trace has been found of him PERSONAL Mr Bland Ballard of Danville was here last week Miss Ellen Engle was in Lexington last Wednesday Mr W E Luxon was in Lexington several days last week Mr Hugh Willoughby of New Yorkwas here last week Mr H R Reid spent Sunday with his mother in Mt Sterling Miss Allie Tribble has been visiting Mrs P P Nunnelly in Stanford Mips Emma Hendren of Speedwell visited Nicholasville friends last week L H Land man the Oculist will be at the Glyndon Hotel Wednesday 9th Inst Miss Ethel Grover of Mason county Is visiting her uncle Mr A J Suit and wife MissKatie V Schmidt Is in Cincin uatipurclmsiiiK her spring stock of millinery Miss Florence Smith of Irvine was the guest of Miss Myrtle Ballard last week Captain Gibson of Virginia has been visiting his sons Drs H R and W M Gibson Mrs L P Todd and Miss Bottle French were in Lexington last week to see BenHur Mrs Leeds of Paris is visiting her son W L Leeds and family on Fourth Street Mrs Mary Powell of Nicholasville ill the guest of her daughter Mrs Beecham Lncky Mrs George Simmons has been ep tertaining her moth r Mrs S J Frost of Ltixll ton Th friends of Mr B C Potts will regn t to learn of his illness at hit hum on High street Miss Mary Hunt of Pine Grove was a guest lust week of Mesdames L P Evans and T H Pickels Mrs Carrie J Tribble of Black stockS C formerly of Shelby county is visiting her neice Mrs Roy C White Mr B W Turner left last Saturday for New York to purchase his stock of spring goods and millinery Judge H C Rico and wife spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs Frank Carr in Lexington Mrs Harriett Campbell of this county is visiting her daughter Mrs Wesley Fullenwider in Shelbjville The many friends of popular James Lackeywere glad to see him out Monday from his long and painful illness Colonel and Mrs R 0 Morgan have returned to Lexington after a snort visit to Mr and Mrs M C Kel loggMiss Bessie Miller who has been vis iting her sister Mrs James Winn in Winchester spent Wednesday in Lex ingtonMrs Thomas King of Irvine visited her aunt Mrs Claud Smith Monday and attended the burial of her cous- In Mrs Mat S Cohen Mrs Annie Myers and children of Richmond visited Mrs Maggie Farra the first of the week Nicholasville Cor in Lexington Herald Miss Sallie Wagers and little brother William Boyd of Richmond visit ed Miss Willie Joe Hamilton Saturday and Sunday Estill Herald Quite a number of Madison Insti tute girls accompanied by Mrs Mc Garvey Misses Taylor and Boyd spent last Wednesday in Lexington Alt Douglas of Richmond visited friends here last week Miss Sue Scrivner of Richmond is visiting friends and relatives here Winches SunSentinelMr formerly of this place but now of Butte Montana where he enjoys an enviable reputa tion as a lawyer is here on a visit to Dr G W Evans Mrs E B Hume Mrs L R Blan ton Misses Jane Breck and Mary Bates Shackelford and Mr Dan Breck formed a party to see BenHur last Wednesday afternoon Mr John Kunkel of Richmond is minglingwith his old friends Mr Clarence Curd has moved his family to Richmond to reside Bnrgin Cor in Harrodsburg Herald Mrs Joe Harris of Beattyville spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs Robert Harris She also attended the Ben Hur performance in Lexington on Wed aesday Mr J Stone Walker who has been so seriously ill of pneumonia at his home in West End is reported as im proving This will be gratifying news to the friends of this genial gentle manMr Wilson Tate of Madison countv was a pleasant visitot Monday Mr Tate was formerly of this county and has just returned from Florida where he spedt the winter Cynthiana TimesMrs Harriet Campbell was in town Wednesday and spent the day with her neice Mrs W R Farris and left on the evening train for Shelbyville to visit her daughter Mrs Wesley Ful lenwider and will go to Louisville to visit hOc son Anderson Campbell Rev D Clay Lilly an old C U hay ind a brother of Ron Grant E Lilly of this city has returned from Scot land where he attended Edinburgh University He is visiting at his old home in Irvine and preached at the Presbyterian church there Sunday The second of the series of card parties was enjoyed in the Elks Club rooms on last Thursday evening The ladled prize a sot of silver golf hat plus was won by Miss Anne Bennett while Mr Jeptha Chenault secured the gentlemans prize A delicious lunch was served and tbe affair was much enjoyedA social function was the diuner given in honor of Mr Chariie Chenault by Mr Green Igo Mr Igo is one of Madisons mont prominent bachelors and has just lately return ed from the far west where he has been enj yed the life of a ranchman He has purchased tho Irvine home on the Lexington pike and it was there that the happy occasion oecirrd Those who enjoyed Mr Igos liiijpi tality were Misses Kae Smith Flor rio Chenault Elizabeth Taylor Sara White aud Fannie Watts Messrs Charles and Jeptha Ohunault Joe Watts and George Phelps The happy party was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Cy T Fox Mr and Mrs G W Evans Jr Dn and MrG 8t Perry Declined It is up to Central University to se lect another President since Rev Wil lam McEwatj has declined to accept tho place The following is his letter of declindlionJ N church Pittsbnrg Pa Feb23lDoITothe Rev JMc OInskey BItJn D D chaitfrlln of Committee of the Board of Trustees of Central University My Dear Sir I desire thrdtigfr you as chairman of the commute appointed by the Board of Trustees to present their call to me tot the presidency of the Central Unlver sity to make answer to the board After consideration of all the interests involved I find myself unable to accept the call to the high office and therefore ecJine it I am deeply appreciative of the dis tin ulshid honor of being chosen to succeed Ute noble men who have held the office t and I have no disposition to discount the greatness of the opportu nity that Ithe Institution possesses at this epoch in its history but I am con vinced that the opportunities for ser vice in my present field of labor are unsurpassed and that t owea duty to this church at this tithe that is paramount Tbe responsibility cannot be ignored nor can it be shifted to other shoulders A great congregation just within a few weeks entered upon its new church not settled 1101 molded together whose members tiIhinnt exception give as surance of their desire to continue the present pastoral relations and whose offiers and tho e members who have been most responsible for the work in slat that change now would hazard ind hinder the pence and progress of the church and imperil its usefulness for years cannot bo refused consideration in such a matter Please assure the hoard that I have not delayed the matter of a decision longer ban the importance of the grave question demanded hut have at the arhlest moment possible made my answer Again expressing my full ap preciation of the distinguished honor embodied in the cll and with per Ronal gratitude to tile committee who conveyed the hoards action to me and with the sincere wish end prayer that God will guide the board in its choice of the right man anti bless the institu tion iu all its life and work and Influ enceI am with great respect yours very truly WILLIAM L MCEWAX Tiie biggest trust on earth is the newspaper trust It trusts everybody gets cussed for trusting mistrusted for cussing and if it busts for trust ing gets cussed for bursting Worlds taft March 1904 Mr John C Weber director of Web ers Military Band of Cinrlnnatiknowna- ft the Prize Band of America hiss composed the St Louis Worlds Fair March 1904 and dedicated it to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition It will be distributed through the passenger department ef the B O SW R R Worlds Fair Routeat 10 cents per copy The music Is in sheet form arranged for till piano being very handsomely gotton up with highly illuminated tle cover Mr John C Weber is not only a great Musical Director but he has written some very catchv and pop ular marches The St Louis Worlds Fair March is his latest success and will add further to lila fame Mr Weber and his great organization of artists have twieedefeated all comers in national contests at Elks Reunions The latest triumph was at Baltimore Md on the 21st of last July when in a notable contest composed of the leading binds of America won the first prize ol 3100000 It is confidently ex pected that Mr Webers Worlds Fair March will become a popular air during tim next year and every household should have a copy of this music Send 10 cents in silver to the under signed and copy of the Worlds Fair March will be mnile to your address Mark Envelope Worlds Fair March Mention this paper when ordering O P McCarty General Passenger Agt B O S W R R Cincinnati 0 Reduced Rates to the West and Southwest via Southern Ry Round trip Homeseeknrs and one way Colonist rates in effect on firsthand thin Tuesdays fn each month Call un or address T W OREWS Trav Pass Agent 89 E Main St Lexincton Ky Real Estate Bargains o2B No 27 No 28 No 29 Flour and grist mill Anderson county 33barrel capacity Build Ing Is 3 storied covered with iron built 8 years ago Steam and water power the laUer three mon hx of tbe year It is an uptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt acres with tbe milt includ lug wh t ia with the hon e of 5 rooms All for S or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in miles Also a BObarrel milt in fercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power sew uptodate in particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 9000 Also acre of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street through place leaving 5 acres on one with 2story 5roo i bonne and oranges neache penrs plum grape bearing and 6 acres on other side with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for Cain or the 6 acres for 1800 or the 5 acres for 1100 325 acres in Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 1JSin Umber and grasP and about 150 in grass Tim bep on place is cut to Inches but sbtngleltiesfor the place twice over A large part Is fence There are 4 nItS nf 4 rooms each and one tore 0 two stories with rooms above has laintwotobacii corn wheat grass etc for S220 Onehalf cash 1 t SUOffFORffMEN The ma1of this beautiful line of Shoes forestall time they make the styles in advanc therefore showing them long before others fficgc I1 in all IC f I 7F 71 71 T 71 F ffi 7F 7 Next Door to 400n ill acres on Barnes Mill pike one tulle from towu For sale90 per acre Soc acres 3 miles north of Berea hick house which cost 18000 well improved For sale 15000 A lot 5ox2io anti house on Walnut street For sale 850 Terms one lull cash 3 limits on Seconii street TAts 33xllo For sale 5oo each A lot 5ix2 o and house on Walnuts rest For Hale 9oo Lost A new green shopping bag containing a chatlaine purse in which wax a gold ring amid several piecesof money The ring had J W Bales engraved in it There Was also a flat pocket book con raining 5 in money Finder will please return same to thus office and receive reward 2t For Kent Our large anti comniiiod bus store room 18x KY teAt No 208 south tide Main street This is one of the best located best lightedand liaiidsomtst storeroom in the city Suitable for almost any kind of business Call on or address JOHN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky No 297 Do If so why not burn the R 184 Office and Yrds Aspen Avenue 2 t s JIo- All of the dainti est creations in dress and street Shoes Styles which the most dressers seek iz Made Leathers 3 350 RICE AND ARNOLD II + 5 Richmond REAL ESTATE COMPANY Rents Collections Sells and Buys Real Estate Sells Coal and Insurance Government Building TELEPPONE Telephone You Bum CUIt BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beattyville COALSAlso Biattyvi11 Coal C- oD Freeman Mgr Telephone To nightWednesday March flew Opera Housei t fastidious A lot Ioox2oo on Smiths Summit For sale 800 A dwelling and store on corner E and Orange streets well improved For sale looo House and lot on corner Eetill Ave Irvine pike lot Ilox2oo For sale 15oo 3 lots on Seventh street For sale Sloo Gall at office of Richmond Real Es tate Co Hohfon Building Banking on Paint Thepractical painter says you can bank on Pattons SunProof Paint i because it saves the cost of at least one painting every five years The j painter banks on it because it gives him a reputation flatsSViVPfROOF Paint 6OzI2feeted ForsaleSi050- One lot 40x125 feet on Orchard street For sale 250 House of9 rooms and lot 40x180 fton corner Glvmlou and Fourth street lalS2noO iiBigA large frame house on Seo ml street For rent 8 per month is made in exact proportionsof the most durable materials perfectly mixed by improved machinery It is the best spread ing longest wearing paint and has the most brilliant and lasting colors Guaranteed to wear for five years Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to a pATTON PAINT C ate St Milwaukee Wig Geo M Willoinor Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Window Shades Frames Window Glass I Mirrors Etc t i I Spring is Comin J That means spring cleaning and a genenil renovating somethingnew WID rn mw Im e m evelthingsmallest piece up to the most massive Bedroom Suits We have also odd Dressers and Washstands Dressing lubles Chiffoniers Diningroom Furniture Beautiful FancyOddevery IrvinestieetsFull and Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is iarried on in thermit wanttoi1V SIPUAM The Climax and ourllalBeUOue i25 I L L 7 rr STOCK DVANCED TO 50 CENTS j J I itiiuia opportu LILy 10 S ea in Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated V ve Titles from Globe Arizona VLiCIlIv v ui iiiv i iuoicu uiuioutthly investigate this property owned by the Arizona Colorado Copper Belt and 1 c Gold Mining and Milling Company lifali irmiH o ij1l loany il HIM reit V Imeis in A jZtIla8 wondnrful Copper Belt extending Jir niw Bin u l CUIII Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe fit MiniHL J iiii H Ifi jt i HMI rs proiliictioiimul future promise not fioelled III the world gtO r iM en utHRi i lyI ihu ditpu M llitll No dlIf mix kjlIt1 v lopnient otill piintr nn in IIM mo iItiy MII ni 4ilit InIIrIH IaiIMatItVrV claim will h mine orn in Bfulit nn vry c It t rr litti Si te 111111 in MviiiK iHiitiiiw witli irIH nyN In Tin Uraiiiuin etc1rge niiHiiitlert ir jn flssII t ItM4IIt reilnriimi 1i n on tliH trniuiid wiiuriil it 4 inty Kioik in li gfHi ininiiitf poptrtipsof Arizonn iuul other parts of the wstwheti t1hilliinl for 10s Blmre 1111lI er mi wrnt tos75 ifrnliare now buy III the C ArizonaColorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co tt 50 Cents per ShareV which puts tiP InviSlor on the GroniMl FIHir with Ihp PromotPr Stock fully patti anil nonassessable Pro f iefilK fumi alt Hr tfwk JOHK into tvtlmMIII work for machinery nieiI in mining hnd milling and the hoist rhit Iiufl linir of fN friin mini tf mill V Ni ilrtrid oftlceri to PHV DivnleHils pind when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed ahso luipli ife Ii U nut oUAr1 as n pHiMiHiiin hut us an investment forit must advance in price The Gen J eral MMIIHB T mutes From iire oin ii lpHtifni8 r k should l at par before the clie of the year The in vector will nntiert that Having Ills Uiiitwl Vrde Senator larks mine with its BillionDollar Ore Body in icht on tliHiitirthwent nndnii iliomiiithwest tliH fVtppnr Qiipen of Bishpp and other mines operated bv r IMiKii H ire it PI In have turned their alteiHinn from banking to minim hecauso it pays hetttr thatVlliforiMHM invHiitient ill tho V Mining OpporttTinityof the Present Century cFurfurther information address M HOUKR IrAs mind n Mi r MuiH OHIiH Globe Ariifona c O ztctc JOS D WHITHAM SecTreasurer- Praiuh OUhe 248 Kqnithhle Hide fenv r Colorado r r c O c tWI kUlllFIt G W EVANS JR j Aiew FirmAND V A Magnificient Stock of Goods t- C Everything for the home beautiful V V can be found in our store j cTThcI ev JI We are at home at Joplins old standon 2 Main street and we guarantee the best V and most polite attention J v a give us a calH I Crutcher Evans c Main Street Richmond Ky MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys o u l fUl f SKINSl f f Fr further information address General Passenger Agent Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock of It jt Dry Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful LacesHamburgs also the best quality of Mat tingst Give us a call and we will give you satisfa- ctionWhite GibsonCorner Main and Second RICHMOND KENTUCKY 7I7I J ffi7J 7F It 7I When you are g ing to Paint use PREPARED MOUSE PAINT i7 Itjis tin equaled for Durability and Finish THE BEST Made o y VAL DLAZ OM Louisville Ky 4fjt For Sain hv W L LEEDS Richmond Ky 9 1LL 75 WRIGHTVFRANK A Vice PrpBident- Bianch Office OlOTacoma Bldg Chicago Illinois KILLTHE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dra Kings ftew Disovery 1 ilFUR CONSUMPTION IPrice Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK JFor sale hv R C Stockton ++++CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St ATTENTION vVe have moved our produce busine from the East End of Mail street to the Garnett Hou storeroom on Second streel where we will be glad to wet come our friends and patroiu We will continue to pay th highest market price for Eggs Poultry Hides Furs andother Produce Jive us a call in our new quarters and we wil convince you that WI are the leaders in th Produce Business ii Madison county GOTT BROS Second street 2jnnlv RICHMOND K TO THOSE wishing to purchase tb celebrated Page Wit Fence I iJIw1thkiJ4Veare f it is on sale at the lol towing places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons Searcy Hamilton OFlnnel J W Masters J V Whltlock John Htapp Burton Roberti J V Teater J W Prewltt LA e o McWharter BIckner Early JTCov R cbmond Waco Red House Valley View Baldwin Newby Ruthton Edenton Cottonburg Paint LIck- Wallaceton Berea Kirksville 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE III TRADE MARKS DESIGNSryyy tic mayqulekInvention probablT pLentahle Commuuleo PatenbtentPazents taken through Mona II Co receive theScientific A handsomely Illustrated weekly rrrest elr of any scientific Journal Terms t3year four months II Sold by all newsdealers MUNN CO3GiBroadway New York liranch omco C5F 8U Washington D WeaK HeartseveryoneIndlgeslionheart disease not organic are not o t InC1ctfonwhich falls of perfect digestion ferments sic theheartthadelicateIbadatcmrctoubIwith mwtbaKoHl Digests What YM Eat and relieves the stomach of all feervois strain and the heart of all pressure BottlMoolr tmIsizeVnn4 by Eo O DW1TT 00 OHIOAQO Jor sale bylPcrry k TIioai ai t Tragedy Xverted Just in the nick ot time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Oliio Pneu rnrnin had played tad havoc with him and a set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every tIny At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion and our darling wan saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought to know its time only sure cure for Coughs Cold and all Lung dIe eases Guarantee hy R 0 Stockton druggist Priif SOc nnd 1 Trial bottles free 1m worn broader and Ion IFnrwMrfftnrf fRr Tho mnro pnppvlllfpa mans tepo ition th nvre dogmatic Nopinionfl More Riots Pifitnrhanrijeof etrikrq are not npar Iv eravn SB mi inlivMnnl rlisnrdpr f thp avslem Ovprwork loQa of sleep nervous fension will HP follnwe hy niter follnpop nnlpfin fahiqhla r mp lv U hnme liatplv PiiTr lnpd j Thrpf tinlliin opfllcipnt tn rnrpdrp rr1erl of tlip liver or kiilii vn ns Ktprtrif Bitler Its a wonrtptfnl tnif nnrle9ective uprvine antI thp arr ntpst nil nronnd meilirino for furi dnmr svstPiiiR rtippfilsNprvonsnpR Rlpumatlsm nnd Npnrauin nnd pxpptM larial jrprmp Only fiOo HitdBntlBfnctlon ennrnntpeil hy R 0 Stockton ilrniririst 1m Children should bepppii more and talked about IPSS Convprsinn IB a startinc point aiirlnot a terminus in true religion The kindhoirtPd have no trouble in finding a purse that does not wearont Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MADISON CIRCUIT COURT 0 M flays Ailmr Pit aginst C M Citys Hrs and Crds Dft All persons havlneclalms against the estate of C M CNy eci eve hereby notlfid to CIa ihe same legally verified with the nnderxlgned an or beore the 20th day of March or Slime will be bar ed 811 THORPEMCMC- CNotice to Creditors All parties having claims a ilnst T A Robinson are notified to file same with the undersigned properly verified on or before April 1st r same will bo barred lAS S CRUTCHER Assignee Office nt Crutcher Evans furniture store 17Cm Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of R R Rowland deceased ire hereby notified to file same legally verilind with the undersigned on or efon March 15 1904 ors statue will 0 barr d Stat v Bank Trust Co Trustee for E U Rowland u der will of Mary S Rowland Notice to Creditors againsthei e htreby notified to tile same legally Torilied with the undersigned on or efnre Marth 15 1904 or same will o birred State Bank Trust Co Exr T M Turner Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against he uatA of Ruth Itosson deceased ire hereby notified to file same legally erified with the undersigned on or teforn March 15 1904 or same will o barred State Bank 1 rust Co Exr Ruth Rosson Notice to Creditors All persons hiving claims against r he estate of Marv Sneed Rowland de cetsed are hereby notilied to tile ame legally verified with the under igneH on or before March 15 1904 r same will be birrid Stao Hank Trust Co Kxr lnrv Sneed Rowland For Sale Property advertisedunder nis head is not charged formless sale is made For com jlete particulars call on or ad Iress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky ioll02 103 to 5 o 6 io 7 08 No n No 10 NOnNo lo 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 A two stoy frame Ing8rooms and two halls in Ky Lot lOilSO feet small barn Price 1000 less than cost No 20 No 21 No 22 iNo 23 Nt 25 residence contain Richmond original A twoetory frame residence on one of the nicest resident streets in Rich mond lias all necessary outbuild toga A great bargain for anyone desiring a home Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal tome could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar gain IfeetA good town lot on good street 40i 200 feet Price produclnltfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 Good farm containing about acres good residence barn and other im Prices500 maniawellfencedCan be bought in connection with No 8 Price Sum twelllImpro IclslerdNice residence containing seven ctiyLargenecessary outbuildings Price 301 0 1hoaleA tour room coltrge and seven acres twoinarbor all necessary ont building nthrivingand are convenient Price500 inluchmnndcontainimig cityLotgoodnelgldorhoodAll necessary outbuilding Price dellrIIngnn neighborho ICotavetOlllnulng four rooms and neces sary uthnlldfngs Can ha pur Agrtaresidence for purchaser An ueal cottage Jof fin rooms nffaryClnhulldlngsllIcludlnt sellonresidence for purchaser reIdeuteportioncontainit bUlld1Inl8 elgbtml1is Al rood farm and thislandLocalityWle r t Ayers We know what all good doc CherryPectoral tor and find out He will tell Cherry Pectoralyou how it quiefs ihe tickling throat heals the Inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs Ayers Cherry PectoraHs Well known In nnr family We thluk It Ii the bet medicine In the world for coughs and colds KATIE riTEissoxPetalama Cal 25e50cLfO 4 JcArflIcotnwell laU AIlInitIstfor Hard Coughs Ono of Ayers Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery Gently laxative tor Rent I psiro to relit for the year 1004 fwfiionpfl with rlf1 Garden and bJrU iiniih shop nt Foxtown Fr further jar cnlRrs callon orlrlCPR Tlohn V Wilson 25ntf Fixtown Ky 1 FRoFESSIONAL CARDSt ATTOi1E s j 1 MILLER i ATTOJ afLAw JiicHuuxD Office n the BarIum Building next door i rners National Bant febSlv STTXjIjiV =N IA rroaNgvATLAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY officeover State Rank kTrltMt Co 01 osite Court House on Main trwt IO D MUHKNAUU j ATTORNETSATL4W ICHMOND iKItNTUllKV Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery LETCHERf Lai RICHMOND KKXTUCK BOyOUicH oval Taylor Hron Store ACKSON ROBERTS ATTOEVEYS AND- COUN4ELLO1P AT LAW IlICHMONO KENIUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over ferry Thomas drugstore PH7SIOIANS RS GIBSON GIBSON PffYMMANN INn NVKUKHASI- CHMONIl VKNTIIC- Kdczia i Or II Moa laiMiaj M inStreet OSNTAl oXJEOBa t 1aette Ktthmox RNTHT if LOOISVILLK KY iOffice ueit door to Government Bulldiny IchmSnd Ky Office hoarii 9 to J1 to iOTl7ly vM Blanton DENTIST 89Offlce lu Bennett Building ianly TELEPHONE E 0 VanceD 0 7 nrsE OVance DO W Osteopathic Physicians Uobson Bull Ing I4iieratnrefsrnislmel itppllrstjo CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DR LANDMAN HoteGlyndn- Wednealay March 9 1904 OLD JOE VIIiSKY Haiul mini Siiir Mash Ever drop ptisra teal tn pur It i of old style manu fainr NI BEliERFran lie found for mniIlcimnlI11IJI Iflsi You wnu ili- Hbnt Furmishei Si nilh in Family Tradn 10 vear old in jugs iio per unllott 10 lttIei5 1jilir 2r r 5 lniilM4 S New Whisky SI Siser jiJiHon Orders prompMv fiUfl- VILFY SRAU Y Prop Jon Dial Ilet ls lIrner novlvr Aiidnrsiin county Ky RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 erit packet ieritmuli f islial occasions The faintly hoitl 61 cents IOIilfm a iipnly for a ypn All driusaiKN Ml then J H Thoinpnon a well known rfti ZBII of MillHrslmrtrdled ins LnxinKt 11111r Diamonds Watches Clocks Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of eyry description These are some of the things to be found at LannftJdwelry Store If your watch or clock refusG to jo take them to Lane lit will fix tiii4lfl IC yunr riii nppII reset tings taki it in UneV hell fix hat too If you want anything that can he rlIlln a first class Jewelry PMaMisliinPiit s to Lanes FTft iit well fix d in these kind of articles L E Lane Jeweler and Optician Step the tiecLaxative Promo Quinine T lets cure a cold in one dnv No uartluao pef 1ri4541 jIf 1 J =AtPETITI AD M1HTALITT Nation of Iiitelll noo aal Enrjn Are the Our That Spent Meat XoneionFOOdI It has been demonstrated by tboM who have investigated the subject thai the people who eat are the peoples who j get on and do things People who hav large appetites It says hav6beclme the chief nations In the wbrld nd5lh I nature of the food consumed bears a relation to the character ofthe consumers j The argument expressed In tabular form Indicates in pence the amount ex pended a head each day for food and the annual exports In pounds sterling SXSSKUniteda sItalyThe American leads the world as a meat eater with three pounds a week the Briton follows a close second with a little more than two pounds and a half the German consumes a little less than the Briton and the Russian con sumes one pound while the Italian must perforce eke out his scant half with large supplies of macaroni land black bread and garlic The argu ment has a plausible look says the Chicago Chronicle but let us not for get that the finest speclmenta of physi cal strength In the whole world with the exception of one hardy savage tribe few in numbers comes from a spot in the Emerald Isle where the diet is potatoes and milk chiefly sklmmod and black breid and very llttletofany of them And there Is the sturdy Scot who scarcely knows the taste of mrat but makes his way In all a nd under all conditions though be springs from an ancestry that subsisted en oat meal ROW A TRAMP SAWED WOOD Sounds of Hard Work Jasned from Shed Hat Stick Were Left Intact a Before Harry Sanderson manager for Tony Pastor who lives at Cranford N I not feeling particularly wen took a day off recently and remained at home From thp window of hIs library says the New York Herald he observed a tram entering his gate and he walked down to the rear door to meet him It was the old storya request for a mealS Having la load of unsawed wood In the shed he told the fellow that It he otto work and performed on the sawbuck for a brief period he would have something prepared for him The tramp went to the shed and Im mediately the sound of vigorous sawing was heard stick after stick parting un der his energetic efforts Calling the tramp Into the kitchen Sanderson com plimented him upon his energy and the tramp replied with a modest air thai whenever he had anything to do he gen erally paid attention to It The meal was eaten and the tramp expressed his thanks and departed Shortly afterward Sanderson went out to the shed and was surprised to find every stick of wood Intact Upon In quiry in the village he ascertained that he had been entertaining a stranded ven- triloquIst who was working his way back to New York from Easton Pa The mean chap had simply gone Into the shed and given his Imitation of sawing wood DRINKING AND SMOKING Physician Declare They Are Not Companion JleeIDebrlatee Find Little Comfort In tile eeelI The prevalent Idea that drinking and smoking are companion vices Is al together wrong said a physician who baa made d special study of dipsomania according to the Philadelphia Record I find on the contrary that the habitual drunkard is not abnormally addicted to the use of tobacco He may use the weed as a lesser stimulant when not strongly under the influence of alcohol but when the drinK gets firmly in trenched In his system he cares noth- Ing for tobacco for then it has last its force and Its Iniluence upon his nerves Of course I mean In extreme cases On the other hand it is a rather curI- ous fact that in the case of the moderate drinker who also smokes the cutting off of his supply of tobacco will in crease his appetite for alcoholic bever ages and while at first the liquor will not affect him nearly so much as when he is smoking In the end It will do him up Consequently it is safe to assume that the man who always used liquor and tobacco In moderation will if he gives up tobacco take more strongly to liquor In fact this is no assumption it has been demonstrated on numerous occasions Telegraph In Cipher Chinese cannot be telegraphed and to meet this difficulty a cipher system has been invented by which messages in that language can be transmitted over the wires The sender of the message has no need to trouble himself about the meaning and in fact may be telegraphing all day without the slight est idea of the information he Is send ing for he transmits only numerals It is very different however with the re- ceIver of the message at the other end as be must have a code dictionary and after each message Is received must translate it writing each literary char acter in the place of the numeral that stands for it- The Only Titled Mute- SirEvelynArthurFairbairn is the only subject of King Edward who bears a hereditary title and was born deaf and dumb A tail handsome man with a peculiarly winning smile and attractive manner he gives no outward sign of a misfortune which would have shadowed a temperament less bouyant than Ms own Sir Arthur Is a famous globe trot ter a great part of his travel having been undertaken to study means of amel iorating the lot of those afllicted as he ta himself Y Graceful women ADesIre lor Perfect Figure Ii InttpartM front a Lon at be Bcaatihil The scent of the violet or rose is ef whosebreathenjoythemthe pleasure of her frajfrancjj to us as a fragrauctofhealth and elegance she is the refinement RoodIsteFIELDSFemale in regulating tht lunar periods ia woman permits of no wrinkles pale cheeks or ItisNaturessomething else and call it just as rood the menstrual organs will not bed resultTryJHaUldfrMMirwmrlJiiFit o I i I Stovs W A 1 Tr CostWe have one or two AirTight Heating Stoves that we will close lJI outatcostf9rsh 7 Please bearin mind that weare sole agents for the celebrated Studebaker Wagon We can sell you one of our wagons for what you would pay for an inferior make Come in and examine our line before buying i Tin Roofing Guttering and Repair XTorka specialty Satisfaction guaranteed RBUGKEIMMON3Agents We Badly ClothingDepartment We Have Too Clothing 25 Per Cent Off FOR CASH ONLY thefullincludes Benjamin cAIso our large line of e Youths childrens Clothing andlessthanCome quick and make your selection Do not fail to visit our house when in LexingtonS LOUIS UUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers Ir To Cure a Cold in One Do L Toke Laxative Bromo Qulinine Tablets Sevea MMon boxes uM In pest 12 months This Signature A TEXAS WONDER HALLS GREAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halts Great Die overy cures all kidney and bladder rouble removes gravel diabetes emiuHl emissions weak and lame back heuniaiiriiii anil all irregularities of he kidnevK anti bladder in both men yiid women regulates bladder troubles ii children If not sold by your drug net will be sent by mall on secelpt of i fl One small bottle is two inonthe reatment and will cure any case above Mentioned Dr E W Hall sole man ifacturer P O Box 629 St bills Mo tend for teitimoiiiMls Sold by all Irugitist and Owen McKee Merchant ichmond K READ TIllS Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear ir I have used OUR Iwttle of the exas Wonder HallV Great Discov ryfor kidney and bladder trouble I veigliecl 150 ponnds when I began using it to day I weigh 176 rounds stIll I eel better t ban I have in twenty years lid I cheerfully recommend it to the mblic Respectfully 7jii Iv JOltS RIDDEL There ne mceh l ler who would lOt lake biMidle if they hud no chance TWO DISTILLERIES RAIDED They Are Charged With Violating the Federal Laws Hindman Ky Feb 24The deputy collector and deputy marshal made a raid on two of the regular bonded government distilleries of this county Stamperfederallawsthestorekeepers hiskeysThe seven government distilleries of bytheTom Mann Captured Lexington Ky Feb 24Thomas escapedtromday was captured shortly before mid night Tuesday In Georgetown by the GeorgeFairfield Infant Found In a Well Owensboro Ky Feb 24A sensa theflndtnwell The recent rains caused the totheDown Elevator Shaft- PAducah Ky Feb 2tFellx Hard wick aged 14 years tell down an elevator shaft three storIes at the Ml inluredwhen he lost his balance and felL Henderson City Railway Co LRichnd J E Robinson of lItn1lIersoaCttyHock of 250000 7 Robert Cartwrlght Released Bowling Green Ky lieb24Robi with1ejertlngStates Infantry Was released by Cirl sit Judge GaHwprajr Oft a writ of iai IIfJ tcnmmo Ii Stoves are Many on every Overcoat and Suit in our house not wait until the season is over This our Alfred Cos Suits and lJL no Cures on every hox2Sci EASTTENNESSEE1ELLpHONCoMpANinrcoRrozATsD ofthIsSouthernIJlJnolsKentuckand Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWe able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL JROenl ManagerSecy A Tr L1R BLANTONDE- ALER IN Cpaly Feedv Salt Sand t Cement Plaster Hair Etc Corner Main and B Streets hPhone 65 i4LESt SICILIANHair I usedtodandrulf disappears An elegant dressing iisa1a =lSLLSCO 01B SHACKELFOPH- ave t fo just received 5 car loads HEADQUARTERS FCfR AMERICAN FELL JO Hoe FENCE I 4Sgif11 J J i L J 3 I I s hhER 14r Regularityl- cStayal3inor6lnapa U in CripI Lime WH r iT l1rtrriLIrI es Ii il = = Th ffirItLm tl S1cctii Bog tareennd CaWe Sm3i- eblays In or fmnp1t Implyprovldeststing n Never goeS wrout np matter hiwgredt train is put 0 hogstndS tiEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED Ibthe noVlltwiUso stay i The price will advance in 60 days DI Ei ShecuItord Co tiII u The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 2 19M L ft N 1 stiAr No Cincinnati and Living Lv 1211 p m ton Kx ess south bound 1348 p No8 ClnnatlandLiTlng 125 P m ton Express numb bound 155 pm No 4 Cinnatt and Llvings 315 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 CinnatI and Llrlnrs 1103 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Mays Title Accm north bound 620 a m No Stanford and Mays 720 p m vllle Accm south bound No 21 Richmond and Bow land Accm south bound 420 a m No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford north bo- undAmiittorg alB AH Administrator of W T Harris will otter for Hale on March 1 7th 1904 his late residence on the Knugi lane n roatl fronting on said road 84 fret ant running hack an equal width 335 feet At the same time and place I will offer Three Nice Building Lots SttUl lots adjoin ihe residence and have tbrsunle frontage aud depth Theft IOIH contain tuft ht body of brisk lit in Madison county fiillicient fur mak ing 2000000 brick Fur the benefit of this property a road about 34 fret front- on Rig Hill PikA running eolith along the west tide of H B Dillinuhnrn property about 350 Pert to tuft described above will be deeded to th purchaser provided said property te s as a whole otherwise this road will b sold Ktpara ely Thin property will le offered parnt vv and then whole the highest hid to attain TERMS Onethird cash the hal anon in two equal nvineiit of six and tnslvetninthwtth6prerntiu rrea- thiti rejcrved rr itnpniil purchase money Saml Rice Admr Ioir tlien utll Auctioneer Febnvirv 12 IHU Dmmi iDn r d Villlam Bennett Plff againstJJqmrray Ax ort NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY Byvlrlneof a Judgment and Order of Sale at be Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1901 in the above style eau the undersigned will on TuesdaYtMch 8 04 i Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and oclock p m on the premises in Madison eonnly Ky proceed to expose to Public Sale followingdescribed 61 14 Acres of Land situated in Madlsoncounty on the waters of Taint Lick Creek in the stale of Kentucky beixgthe land now owned by John W Murray and conveyed to John Murray ny James W Murray by deed of record In lerka office ol Madiso county Court Hud bounded by Halm Lick Creels and small tractof land bought b sand J W Murray from MMlarley an landsHoward Tribblt and lands of Turner and lands of Bob Walker The entire trnctoflap will be sold to satisfy the dept interest u costHof oil lam Kenn tl which amounts L Idbyehastr will b allowed possession upon cosn plying with rriiM mm TERMS Sale will be made on credit of and 12 months The jmrcUHser will be re quired to give bond w a proved securit moueylhavlIheligal interest from diiy of sale with a Lien re purehaslS H ThorpeM C Louisville Atlantic RaiWI DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or JrJnSand m m For Irvine und Beattjville 130 p m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND Prom Louisville Lexington and ll6lam sateFrom m m H R SMITH Q F k P A KyRRichmond Ky tor Sale A new cottage con Bint i UK of four Slice rooms and hall front and back porch nice front and back yard and a good cistern The house hiss just been completed hence has never been o pied For particulars call at this office tf No prayer can rise on wings of pro tense TO OTTBE A COLD IN ONE DAY TabletsAllfails to cure E W Groves signature H on each box 25 cents 9 Announcements To lie Voters cJ tile fifth Appellate Court Dis told of Kentucky I AM a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Demos tic party As Circuit Judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become part of the States history andlit a most critical time As Judge of the State Fiscal Court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new Con stltutlon as well as to construe the Constitution whenever a con rose as to its proper con ruction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the do kola of my court touching the right of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I hive dis charged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to deter m inebI will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES Eo CAN rRILLetf John D Carroll A Candidate for Appellate Judfe In this 1Hon John D IstrictIone of the best State has announced as n candidate for Appellate Judge in this district Democraticjially in the legal profpwioti have for a long tints desired to sre him on the bench of the highest enact in tht8tatf He has held several offices of taint atiJ honor and in all of vtliHin acquitted hiniiwlf withIcredit Whn i thetLegfalaiire Wiw a member of the Con stitutional Convention and one of the three commissioners appointed by the nlNmade by the constitution Mlleln tot lure yeast chairman of the Deniorratic State Central Committee Ile is tlif editor of Carroll Kentiirky Coili Practice and Carroll Kntitncky Statutes lawboobs that are in KeiiTtil use and that may Ite found in the olllct of every lawyer in tuft State A ulna u high integrity great industry with m extensive HIV atinrHte kiiowlilgx ol the law and in the print of lift hu large nrcle of friends behTM he woos make a splendid Judge IrimM Democrat tt FOR COXGRKS We are aut homed to announce HouDI aeaonidatetoCougresa olDemocraticsolicited FOIL COUNTY ATToRNKY We are authorized to announce W R Attornyaubjectparty IICROOKJsubject to the action of Democratic part We are authorized to announce W R Attorneyof the Democratic par y FOR SHKRIFF- ffe are aiitlionzed t announce JNO W IadlorCoullty80bJeCIc Party We Hre authorized t announce DBSlillia anlljoctCOLYJUemocratfndB IDaPWe are authorized to announce F J PER Jailerlladisnncountyth o Democratic party to aiinnunc G w rDERINORRi tandtdat for Jailer of Medico aointv subiec to the action of the Democrat rJRIGGiaaounty subject to the action of the Demo ratio party We Hre authorized to announce N B JONK eountysublectWe are authorized to announce J B DOZI Eli subJedROSScandit to the acts n of the Demdcatic party tORGArAYLOR a county sublet to the action of the Deinocritlcparty We tre authorized to announce PETER G lIladlsoncountypan RSONIAKESJallerotSladlsonanntyabjecttotheanticof We are authorized to announce J H Rlchmomaeandldatesubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountyic Party toannounceJRPARKa E paCCtIrte l Madisoncounty are authorized to announce W T ladlsnncountYlluhjlctparty FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT DENTON N tbe8ctlnWe are authorized to announce BEN F SuperintendentPublic to of the action of the Democratic party JONOLANDacaadldate totbeto FOR ASSESSOR BAKERofDemocratraWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN lOulllysubject yaDemocratic TO SEE THE FAIR How to Put in a Week at the St Louis Exposition SajtRestlouB That Will Save Valuable Time for Visltora A Six Days Itinerary Outlined The Economy of Minute A question that perplexes those who have seen the Worlds Fair during the period of Its construction Is How I see the exposition as It should e seen In the few days that I shall have to devote to It This is Indeed a perplexing ques tion Many persons are preparing to move to St Louis for the entire exposition period or a considerable part of It In order to see the fair prop rly But the great majority of those who dwell at a distance will feel able to spend only a few days perhaps a week In the grounds and they are the ones who must economize their time so that they may see the sights to the best advantage As a matter of tact no one will be able to do the exposition thoroughly In a week or for that matter in a month So vast Is the thing that only those who have watched its growth closely during the three years past can have any adequate conception of its immensity However as a great many thou sands of visitors will have only a week or so in which to see the fair It Is in order to offer a few sugges tions that will enable them to pinks the best of the time at their disposal Let us assume that the visitor has one weeksix days beginning on MondayIt be well first to take a ride on the Intramural Railway which makes a circuit inside the grounds with fourteen miles of track A trip of a little more than an hour on one of these commodious electric cars specially constructed for observation purposes will give the visitor some idea as to the surface vastness of the exposition and the beauty of its ex terior features It is well after the ride to plunge at once into the maelstrom of mag nificence It will dazzle but after the precautionary car ride the visitor should be Ina measure prepaed for- ti Let him leave tlio car at one of he stations adjacent to the chit roup of exhibit paaces located on evel ground north cit An Hill Here re eight of the niosi magnificent ex oaitiun edifices ever Olle veil The maces are devilled to iliaation and octal Economy Varied industries Liberal Arts Transportation Elet ridy Machinery Vaimtaciures aud- lines and Aletallurti It is worth nies while to spenu at least half a lay in merely looing at things from one outside climbing the broad steps ip the slope of Art Hill past the umbling leaping laughing waters of the Cascade Gardens to the towering Festival Hall in the renter Hanked by the noble Colonnade of States and the imposing Restaurant Pavilions- In your one wee you can devote only about two days to this main pic lUre and the Palace or line Arts back on the hill to the rear of Festival 4a11 Any one of these buildings con tains interesting things enough to keep one busy for a week in seeing them Your Mondaj and Tuesday will pass swiftly Wednesday may be devoted to th Plateau of States the United Government building and its Fisheries annex and the New Jerusalem In the governments main building many things of national interest will at tract you but you must hasten on and step inside the Fisheries build- Ing There are nearly fifty state and territory buildings each surrounded by beautiful grounds And then there Is Jerusalem an elevenacre repro duction of the Holy City with a thou sand natives of the city dwelling in the reproduction Long before Thursday you will have wondered what huge ouildlng It is thaty lies beyond Skinker road up a gentle hillside That is the biggest building ever devoted to one branch of industry at an exposition It is the Palace of Agriculture containing twenty acres of floor space packed with exhibits See as much as you can of these exhibits on the fourth everynHorticulture and all around are out door exhibits of flowers and shrubs and graceful landscaping And still farther westward across some bridges that span a lake called the Laguna de Bay you will observe a great group of buildings of curious construction This is the Filipino tract with a reproduction of the walled city of Manila a Moro village and many other native scenes Night will over take you in the Philippines Friday may be devoted profitably to visiting the foreign buildings More than forty nations are represented Youll have to hurry for on this day you must see also the Administration group of solid stone structure anbents In this vicinity also are the military barracks the physical culture features with the great Stadium where the Olympian games take pine and the aeronauts field Also Is the ethnological exhibit of living giants and pygmies and many other curious peoples haicve Is entirely too brief fpjr you to see this wonderful amusement street as it should be seen with Its various unique features It is quite probable that you will decide to rest up over Sunday and come back next week EOBERTDS LOVE- r ILLINOIS LENTL RAILROAD Ch- eapCalifornia Oneway Rates to and the Northwest March 1 to April 30 1904 Winter Tourist Tickets New Orleans Daily to April 30 1904 Excursion tickets daily toIHOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville toI California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Low way Roundtrip month Indian Farming in the The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central is uunlthly circulars toncendng fruit growing velretable stock raising etc in the States of Kentucky West find Louisiana EVer Farmer or Homepeeker who will name and ad dress to the undersigned will be mailed free Circulars 11 inclusive and others as they are published from month to month TexasTo For through rate rates free folders of Cuba and New Orleans rail road agent or address P W A TCy Home Seekers Excursions at Very LOW RATES to many points in Ihe following territory Arizona Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Iowa Kan Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma xmith Dakota Texas Utah Wisconsin and W joining over the Big iourRoute Selling Dates February 2 and 16 March 1hnd 15 April 5 19 1904 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limit slop titer privileges etc tattoo Agents Big Four Route or addres the undersigned J E REEVES Gen Southern AgMit WARREN LYNCH G Ph T A Cincinnati Ohio owes 9akes ever made to the Southwest viII The Rock Island SystemssAre ton interested If so get maul and take advantage of the lowest rate ever made to At kntmrts Texas Indian oust Ow liiliouui Territories Ticket on iv rotu Memphis St louis mid Clll KgO March 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th all on your nearest ticket agent 01 addrers H 1 McGUIRE District Pass Alt Cincinnati Ohio The Missouri Pacifc Railway CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain SouthfI ern Railway The True Southern Route to Cali 1fornia is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Draw Injr Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Louis without change to Los An gels and San Francisco Quick time and up a date service Dining Cars meals a hi carte Low rates In effect titer March 1 1904 to California stud intermediate points Round trip Home Seeker and one way colonist rates to the West line Southwest at greatly reduced rate effective first and third Tuesdays of each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio MitessIn effect by the Missouri PaclSt flail way February 16 March 1rand 16 only S8 60 for second class tickets St eLouis to all points in Indian and Oklahoma territories By Iron Mountain Route only 10 from Bt Louis to all points in Texas East of Amarillo Ft Worth San Angelo San Antonio AI ice and Galveston Also to certain points in Louisiana Rates to interme dials points on direct line not to be higher Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 Secial One and Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each to the South and Southwest Arkansas Territory Oklahoma issuing tickets and descriptive 650 ONEWAY TICKETS From Memphis VIA Cotton Belt Route Feb 16 March 1 and I S- On the above dates the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way colonist tickets from Memphii to points in Texas on and north of Cotton Belt Route Tex arkniif to McGregor and on and east of ti C 4 S F By MoGrpgor lo Gainesville at the rate of SG 50 To points east of and including Ama rillo Qnanab Vernon Hrownwood Brady San Angelo San Antonio Hruson Gnlvfgton Corpus Christi Hockport Alire Kerrville at rate nfR This is the opportunity of your life to make a cheap trip to Texas Write at once tndav for further irformation rive your starting point situ where you want to ten how many tickets you will require and the date you wish to star- eW will fill you exact cost of tickets from your town your best route time of trains also send you map nt the Cot ton Bolt Route L 0 sHHAEFFERT P A Cotton Bait Roufp Cinrintniti 0 Low Settlers Rates Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES 110MarchThe rate isa little more than half fare one wav or round trip Now is the time to pet a home of ypur own while land is cheap The Sgmthwest offers the greatest induce tneijja to homeseekers a mild equable climate short pleasant winters lonn rowing seasonp cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description can be had at prices ranging from S5 to 25 per acre owing to location soil and improvements Take advantage of some of the ahoy ilates and see this great country for yourselfIf will write us where yon want in go we will tell you the exact cost of your ticket and eend you maps de criptive literature and help you to find a suitable location Write today to L 0 Schaefer T P A Cotton Belt Roite Cincinnati 0 orE W LaBeanme G P T A Cotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Followinjr Special Rates in Effect via L N One way Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 april 5 and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on same dates- J W Hamilton Agent Success may sometimes come unexpectedly but work alone can hold it