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TITHE RICHMOND CLIMAXr VOLUME 30 I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1904 NUMBER 42 PHONE 80 U F C WINES DRUG STORE II COR MAIN FIRSTPI 0S1 torTHE ness has indeed been a very satisfactory one and we take this theirPatronagehighest quality of goodE at the Very Lowest PricesAlways selecting the newest and best things that we nigh feel sure they would give satisfaction Ve do not expect to d goodsforlthecaution 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 and we need the room and must have it and in order to make room we have decided that during the mouth of February we will sell tin houseA T COST nsKsa When we say cost we mean wholesale price Our goods are entirely new the very latest things that could pricespnssihlylowerbelieve in allowing goods to accumulate from season to season becoming old shelfworn and out of date but prefer to sell them at a sacrifice now that we may again offer you the newest things next fall fl 50 Black and Fancy Dross Goods at 1 00 125 98 1 00 75 75 i 55 50 33J to 37J 25a i 18 50 75c and Fancy Walstinjrs at 35 55 and 75c 2ri Ozforda plain and Fancy at 18c loo Flannelettos at lOc li ic Flannelettes af 7lo 61 7j 81 and lOc Outing Cloth 5 to 7jc- j Winter Gloves at Cost r 15 00 Suits at 110 00 12 50 9 50 10 00 7 50 7 50 and 8 50 Suits at 4 98 5 00 and 6 50 3 98 Buys and Youths at Cost 9Flannelette Gowns worth 00 at 75 85 6 75 50 39 e Night Shirts worth 50 75 and f1 now 35 to 75c A Large Line of Sateen Petticoats worth from 75c to 2 50 go from 68c to 1 79 each Outing and Flannel Skirts worth 25c to 1 00 at 20 to 78c Hosiery Underwear Comforts and Blankets at wholesale prices Our Entire Stock of Clothing and Overcoats at Cost 12 00 and 15 00 Overcoats at 9 50 10 00I 7 50 7 50 and 8 50 4 98 e 5 00 and 6 50 3 98 CosteGreat reduced prices on all Boots Heavy Shoes Felt Overshoes and Rubber Goods II its and Caps Carpets Mattings and Rugs the prettiest line in the city go at prices lower than thev can be bought today at wholesale We cordially invite you to call and see us and secure some of these bargains before ti w are gone We will also take pleasure in showing our NEW SPRING GOODS in X i f ltv uitiigs Wiite GOds PsiCities Ginghams etc at the verv lowest prices The 51tIt line of Enbroiieries and LtCes ever shown in your city at prices never befor f Ies ilrt D nt miss tIle bargain opportunity your life Thanking you again for your p tit kin 111S licting a share of your future patronage we are Very Respectfully Yours LACKEY ifld HAMILTON Spring is Approaching That is the tfme everybody likes to freshen op their homes with new r L JgIsonable prices Jrutside and V l ing1VL Orders left at B L Middeltons will befpromptly attended to 1 r 1 r lAi GMILLER it A iThe UMAX and weekly Courier Journal both one year tor 123 This offer will expire on March 10 COllnlyCourtabout 30 rhiiiea of Farmers Nntioual Bank gtoik loOns Tom Clienault For the veal 20 flays we will close out for cash at cost two Moires doubt heaters three Radiant Homes three Coles Hot Blast stoves in order to make room for pprlnc coodsi ColI desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson tf ttes Laura S Bright Auctioneer My services as an auctioneer can be StateBankJ27tf T D Chenanlt JyTelephone Wow Is TIle Time to Visit Hot Springs Arkansas via Iron Mountain Koate The season tit the ciieat National Health and Pleasure Resort Is now in full blast Climate unsurpassed Hilt Sprincs Special leaves St Louis dab at p m making the run in than 12 hours Three other fast dally trains Handsome descriptive litera ontorAAOaLLAotiEnDPAr 419 Walnut street i CJncinnatiOJ f SEASICK IN A HOUSE IGET Effect of Attempts to Walk In StormBenten Dalldlne Floor Were Solid Too At a recent meeting of the Womens Literary club of Baltimore Mrs Charles C Morgan read a paper In which she cited a peculiar but wellauthenticated fact concerning some stormbeaten houses on Cobbs island ort the eastern coast of Virginia The houses were eventually washed away by the en croachments of the sea but for a long time they were firmly imbedded in the sand at such an angle that the wanderer could walk in the second story windows from the bluff while the floors all slant ed at an acute degree There was not the slightest danger at tendant upon walking up or down these floors yet no one was ever found who could traverse their length without be coming seasick Experienced sailors who knew no qualms in midocean turned faint and giddy on trying to walk these perfectly steady planks To all the neighborhood the buildings were known as the seasick houses and that the seasickness was not due to imagin ation was proved by persons who never had heard of the tradition experiencing the same unpleasant results Mrs Morgan who resided on the mainland near by concluded her ac count of the houses by saying that a small dog belonging to her husband which followed that gentleman foot to foot as the negroes term it never could be Induced to follow his master across the mysterious thresholds be the command ever so peremptory or the in ducement ever so strongIMRS PYMACHERS PIE Here an Idyll of the New York Stock Exchange Speculators Appreciated Toothsome Dainty Pymacher was a telegrapher em ployed by the stock exchange firm in which John W Gates is a special partner says Everybodys Magazine Py macher brought for his lunch a noble pie a composition of Mrs Pymachers The manager of the office tasted that pie found it good and gobbled it Such are the notions of property in the street oils there any more where that came from asked the manager a man of delicate tooth There is more saidTPymacher and better if It is not possible said the manager He told all the Chicago capitalists whopcame to that office He made mouths water The next day Pymacher brought in a lemon pie an iridescent dream a tender flower Half a dozen millionaires ate of it with tears of Joy and thanksgiving What shall we do for Mrs Pymacher Shall we build her a monument Buy her a hundred shares of Northern Pacific says Gates So they bought her 100 shares at 113 4 sold it at 135 The next day came the corner and a share of Northern Pacific was worth 1000 But Mr Gates had showed his eagerness to reward a su preme artist If old Rembrandt were alive the Gates crowd would let him in on the best thing it had 8KEEP BOYS ON THE FARM Educational Department Gives Good Advice to Rural Father Ad vice to the encherIThe superintendent of public instruc tion of the state of Indiana has recently issued a bulletin touching on the steady migration of the young men of the rural districts to the cities in search of a so called better chance Believing that Indiana is being sapped of Its energies by that movement the department in a bulletin to the teachers says that they can influence the boy to stay on the farm and to work out its problems It will be a sad day for our national life when all our young farmers come to town when the small wellcultivated homesteads give way to landed the bulletin says estatesI The necessity of keeping the boys on the farm was the subject of a discussionI as to what the teacher can community A teachers power in deterI mining the Industry of a community lies in making her schoolroom a busy workshop where the rights of others and the nobility of honest toll are taught outlbyof the teacher to the school her patrons and the locality The teach er the bulletin says ought to be a mis eleImentaSome time ago a rumor went round that astute publishers had In their pay attractiveewould lead the conversation to the latest novel quite the easiest of conver sational openings between strangers who lay their heads together over the menu and have to entertain each other for an hour You are interested In th description of the book of the hour yo are a little ashamed of not having read it and going home you sit down and or 1Ibrarymanager every deviser of a patent med Icine knows that the advice of a fries is a more concentrated and personal pull than the opinion of a critic from the empyrean And if the idea was ever carried out it deserved to succeed but no one ever spotted the paid diner out There was the artistry of the London Chronicle thingI All Sour Are Good A recent bulletin of the department oI agriculture says It appears that prac tically all soils contain sufficient plant food for good crop yield that this supply will be indefinitely maintained and this actual yield of plants adapted thatI soil depends mainly under conditions upon the cultural methods and suitable crop rotation StrengthIfyou must add to and not take from ih physical In other words the food aseimilated expelleeCure adds to the phvfical It give strength to and builds up strength i the human system It IH pleasant to the taste and palatable and the unly combination of digestants that will gest the food and enable tho system ton appropriate all of SIB health ECBeaver finished ribbons are much worn on hats lrIt Saved His Leg PA Danforth of G suffered for six monthswitha running Hoclens PilitsRStockton IJr j l COLONIZING CANADA W hat PernUtent AdrertlnInK Bas NortllwetGrowia Some five years ago the Canadian gov ernment did strenuous advertising throughout the cities of the United States with a view of disabusing the peoples minds of the idea that western Canada was a waste of frost and snow The government caused tree lectures to be given established bureaus from which large quantities of literature about Canadian possibilities in the way of farming and home making were is sued and gave exhibitions of agricul tural products at state and county fairs The farmers of the middle west in particular emigrated in large numbers with the result that an American Invasion of Canada began and continued so steadily as to produce what a recent writer has called the Americanization of CanadaOne most noticeable results of the invasion is shown in the introduc tion of flax growing on a large scale The Canadians thought it unwise to at tempt the cultivation of that grain as they believed it hard on the land and a great protector of weeds But the Americans have proved to the contrary and with land selling at 12 an acre and yielding an average of 15 bushels to the acre of flax the newlybought farms have paid for themselves during the very first year THE HARDINESS OF TREES Depend n Good Deal Upon the Cli mate to Which They Mare Be come Accustomed An expert nurseryman says the hardi dependslargelywhich the trees in question sprang came from Satisfactory results are seldom experienced by planting a seed obtained from the sunny south say By planting seeds gradually further north however trees may be at length hardened and acclimated until a seed from such a tree may be reasonably expected to thrive and mature its fruits Trees like people says the Philadel phia Record acquire their habits from the climate in which they live The northern tree knows instinctively when time has come to ripen its fruits he southern tree follows the same ins stinct being in no hurry as there is lit likelihood of real cold With trans further north its habit changesThe trouble with most people is that they want to Jump a tree from south to north at one move This same Idea is evident in the attempt to bring various fruit trees from Russia to the northern United States Apples and plums from the land of the great white czar have taken kindly to the below zero conditions of the gen tle Dakotas NATIVES OF SWITZERLAND Cannot Forewent Allegiance Merely by Becoming Naturalized EJa vrliere Should Slave Pa sport Students and other residents of the United States who may be natives ot Switzerland will be Interested In a com munication to the state department from Consul Lleber6nechtatZurichwhocalla attention of students and others to the necessity of providing themselves with naturalized American citizens who were formerly Swiss citizens labor under a misapprehension as to their old and new citizenship rights and respon sibilities They return to Switzerland without naturalization papers or pass ports only to find themselves Swiss citizens again The consul adds that a person never loses citizenship no matter how lams he may absent himself unless he goes through certain necessary formalities militarytaxspite of the fact that he Is an American only way to be released from old responsibilities is by making t written request to his home community for such release submitting proof at the same time that he has acquired American c1U zonshlp LONDONhPresident Roosevelt MarrliiRe Beg ICurious George Attract Many American Tourist President Roosevelts marriage regis ter is in London at St Georges Han over square and so many American tourists have flocked to see it that for convenience sake it has been placed ftaelflnanaccessiblealcoveotheolde TribunePresident Roosevelts marriage to Miss Carow took place so long agoI7 years ago to be exactthat few per presie Hue s dent whose wedding was not Celebrated under the Stars and Stripes rcertificate take great Interest In the in Mr Roosevelt occupa Carowsr graphs qf the witnesses and they won der who these persons were They ob serve with pride that the canon of York and not a simple reverend performed the ceremony Smallpox as the Good JVlfe To this day smallpox is alluded to the outer islands of the Hebrides as bhean mhath the good wife a form of euphemism the idea ot which Is that In order to escape the ban of the disease It should be spoken of respect fully Caledonian Medical Journal Dread for Frenchmen The average Frenchman eats 428 pounds of bread a year The Name Witch Hazel 1iThe name Witch Hazel is much abused E C DeWitt Co Chicago are the inventors of theori9tmnl and only genuine Witch A certain pure for Cuts Burns Bruises Eczema Tetter Piles etc There are many counterfeits for this sijlve some thenv Hazel Salve eee that the same E C De Witt Co Chicago is on flail box and cure is certain Sold by J Wines alwarEs Happy Healthy Children Any child can take Little Jarly Risers perfect safety Tbeylnre harm yeat bust constitutions requiring drastic Theiny n LittleEnrl SoldE 1110 j Proverbs u When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sionIt is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectlyadapted to their wants For all weakand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat tnent We will send you the penny J e a san pie free JJe sure tint this picture In the Im of a label is on the ofFauliou SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and lioo all druggists Do You Burn CQ1rtl If so why not burn the BESTWe Mountain Ash Jellico and Beat vi- lleCOALS Also CORN and HAY B UYVil6 oa CO a R Freeman Mgr Telephone 184 Office and Yards spa Avenue Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of E R Rowland deceased HW hereby ratified to file slime verilieil with the undersignedon or before March 15 1904 or same will be barrd State Bank Trust Co Trustee for E It Rowland tu der will of Mary S Rowland Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate uf T M Tumor deceased a e hereby notified to liloam legally verified with the undersigned on or before Starch 15 1901 or same will he barred State Bank Trust Oo ExrT M Turner Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Ruth Reason deceased are h ruby notified to file some legally verified with the undersigned on or willabo barred State Bank Trust Co Exr Ruth Hosson Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Mary Sneed Rowland deceased arc hereby notified to file same legally verified with the undersigned on or before March 15 1904 or same will be barred State flank Trust Co Ear Mary Sneed Rowland Notice to Creditors All penons having claims against the estat- eotNTHarris i decd are hereby notified to file same legally verified with ibe undersigned 1on or before April 21 feel or same wIn be barred HAJII RICK Admr Colds Cause Pneumonia- One of the most remarkable cases oi a rold deepseated on the lungs cans ing pneumonia is that oi Mrs Ger trade E Fenner Marion Ind who was biitirely cured by the use of One Min ute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I ran down in weight front 14S to 02 pounds I tried a number of reme dies to no avail until I used One Min ute Cough Cure Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough strengthened my lurtgs and restoredme to Inv normal weight health ami strength Sold by E G Wines 1m L u THE EVENT OF THE SEASON Will be the Ladies Tailor=made Suit Opening at the JasyJee CasA Store On Friday Saturday March 4th 5thMr H D Smith will represent the Jeffras Company with their elegant line of Hand willhaveSuits and Skirts also he will take measures and guarantee fits for any and all garments wanted P r r f e r r It r t If you 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 to see the largest and best selection shown by any house in the United States4 Theres no new style that cant be seen here tohavewanted to buy 6 Come during these Two Opening Days and have a guaranteed fit see all the new uptodate styles get what you want and have it made like you want ite Save worry and time planning a dr- essREMEMBER THE DATES FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 4 5 You andour friends are cordially invited Very respectfully W D OLDHRM eo I For Sale Privately My brick livery stable on Irvine street with complete outfit including ten good livery horses ten buggies two ruttier ono wagonette one drummer wagon and a lot of baled hay and curt If not sold will rent the stable and sell the outfit RESIDENCE FUR SALE I have for sale a number one residence on Second street containing eight rooms Rood 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 always at work nielli and day curing Indiges linn IJIliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Easy pleasant sate sure Only 25c at R C Stocktons drug store lin rBig Hill Coal Co ORLANDO KY Shippers of Ill Anile Coal ++++++++++ + e +A t Guaranteed to last all night in ordinaryJgratE without any attention r r + ++ ++++ y C Qi eatjaf Fall Merchandise I jt New Fall Merchandise now holds the center of the stage Allover our i5p store immense stocks seasonable merchandise greater and better selectedstocks than ever oefore are now on sale We want you to come in and examine the fall lines to see for yourself that what we tell you about them is not exaggerated 11t that the values we offer in highclass merchandise are the best in the city a 5 WHITE GOODS 1 It will afford you great pleasure to see the beautiful assortment of Cotton 11 Vestings and Suitings at the White Goods Counter We are showing an elegant collection of Scotch Vestings in white and all colors also Fieecelined Piques and other Vestings for shirt waists and suits See them right away Our Fall MillineryWe 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 beaverand fur trimmed and untrimmed See them Prices right HOSIERY iEvery style of plain and fancy Hose can be found here silk lislethread land cotton Every pair of Hose offered for sale at this store is the best of the kind in the market We do not handle inferior grades at all Clothing and Shoe Department Dont fail to inspect this department as theyare brim full of bargains1 thefA at all prices Come and see them Ji Our basement is full of Carpets and Oil Cloths at the right prices jf t RespectfulliSubmi tedl CaShTradeI n I n EirElder 3 s t ii tI t ItS I r J Oury tine ofiVehtcles 1 is I ete v rmgspecialf Repairing Horseshoeingf and Rubber t TiringIr r done by the best mechanics l t I We guarantee satisfaction Give usp callt hc eaTTa e 4pOT s RICHMOND NYe 1t01PHONE 232 nns Frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 18- 5FRESH tirocenesAGENTS Boquet flour Lakeside Peas at 20c a Can The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1904 Meals served at all hours at Billy Freemans restaurant FliRt St tf The five months old son ot Police man Jesse Dykes is seriously ill with pneumonia The return of the robin is a pleas ant reminder that Nature is awakening from her long winter slumbers Our clothing have a grace and comfort that only artist can make Stouffer Mahler There have been 18 deaths in the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley during the 18 months it has been in existence Dr Donald McDonald ot Danville will preach at the Second Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at eleven oclock and again In theeveningat 730 oclock Messrs Parker and K P Adams and sister hiss Lucy have taken rooms in the Moberly house on Second street having moved from the Campus last week Look over the CLIMAX and see if you think it is appreciated Man adver tising medium The business men of Richmond and elsewhere are finding out that it has a circulation which reaches the classes try it and see As sprint is here It is time to have t your old vehicle repainted and overhauled and made as good as new Vp- S will do the work at prices that will sur Jr prise you Richmond Carriage Works m9tf S L Midkiff Prop The Rees House one of the oldest and best known hostelries in Central P Kentucky has been closed the lease havlnsr expired It is thought that the owners will tear down the old building and erect a handsome business block including a hotel In its stead The hens are shaking off the leth argy with which they have been pos sessed for several months and egos are now within the reach of the poor man so the editor is happy They are retailing now at 15 cents per dozen and by a little more activity on the part of the hen will still go lower W Oldhnm Co opened Mon day night their first shipment of Schlosa Bros fine clothing for spring The pat terns shown are the prettiest ever seen in this city and we all know that no clothing fits and wears like Schloss Hro Spa thecae new things they are showing if you are interested Insults Every department in the Mammoth Busy Bee Gush Store in chuck full oft new things for this weeks showing Their La France shops for ladles have style and quality that snrpasnes any thing shown In this city Dont forget we acknowledge no superior in the merchant tailoring bus- Iness all our work Is guaranteed If Stouffer Mahler Lace Curtains Our Laundry gives perfect laundryofL1ce per pair Laundry sent out twice a week Mondays and Wednesdays same returning SaturdayslIjLaundry for and delivered free Give us a call Z T RICE Agt For M N Laundry Offlc Ricefc Arnolds shoe StorePhone 1J5 Call on S F Rock for Surveying Real Estate and Life Insurance 9ra2m Richardson Brothers sold to W M Isaacs a portion of the Maupin farm in Estill county fpr 2500 Mr Isaacs sold the farm recently purchased from Theodore Wilson to Mr McGeorge for S4000 In Session The Madison county Fiscal Court is in session this week at the court house Bloodhound Taps Deputy Sheriffs Colyer Bybee who recently purchased two handsome thoroughbred bloodhounds have had an addition of eight puppies to their Kennels Want to Get Into Jail There are a great many men in Mad ison county who evidently desire toget into jail The CLIMAX contains the announcements of fourteen candidates for the Democratic nomination for Jailer Winchester Democrat Settled The petition for a rehearing sent to the Court of Appeals by the City of Richmond in the case of Mrs Nannie Martin against the City has been over ruled by that body and it is now up to the city fathers to pay up It will he remembered that Mrs Martin sued the city for damages amounting to 1500 for injuries received on a faulty sidewalk 45000 For Tobacco Crop The largest transaction in tobacco circles this season In the Blue Grass was closed yesterday when J W Par rish of Midway disposed of his entire crop of tobacco aggregating 400000 pounds to the Continental Tobacco Company representatives in Lexington at a reported price of 111 cents per pound the best price reported this season Mr Parrish is one of the lead ing tobacco growers of Central Keutuc ky KentuckyFarmer Breeder Look Em Up If your uncle has an aunt who has a nephew whose wife has a cousin that is married to an old friend ot your wifes sister whose grandfather used to live in the same town with an old schoolmate of yours whose sonInlaw is now in St Louis you should at once renew the acquaintance with a view of saving ho tel bills while attending the Worlds Fair This scheme can be worked suc cessfully in iriany instances Adver tiser East Auroa N Y New Gty perk The many friends of Mr W Henry White ware greatly pleased ovor his selection for City Clerk Mr White has had several years experience in clerical work and is a bookkeeper of recognized ability lie is sober indus trioue and upright and is one of our citys rising young business men His selection to fill this important office has met with the approval of all and he will no doubt meet the duties in a most satisfactory manner Wilbur Mack turning It IB gratifying news to the theatre goers to know that Wilbur Mack will he here at the Grand Opera House all of next week He is well remembered here where he played to large audi euces last season and is considered one of the best comedians on the road He Is supported by an unusually strong company and his weeks engagement will consist of popular repertoire plays at the low prices of 10 20 and 30 cents His date opens Monday March 14th and runs through the week h tij tt tI FIRST QHANQEr t I L 1 fJ FOR NEW SPRING SUITS 9F The New Spring Suits are here and ready for your inspection Our stock is a little larger this season j than last our values a shade or two betterimprove ment is our watchwordandwe invite our friends j and patrons with full assurance that no clothing sur 3 passes ours in Fit Style and Good Wearing Quality Our range of sizes is so extensive and finely graded that every man can find a perfect fit no matter how hes built our assortment of colors and styles so varied that every taste is readily satisfied v Price range as lowas sc 5 or as fine as 25YI Your New HatBThe very latest styles straight from New York and c PhiladelphiaYoumans Roelof Stetsons in shapes to suit every face and figurebest quality for your cr money 9o to 500 Scarlet fever Franklin the handsome and bright little In of Mr and Mrs Elmer Death rage is confined to his hud with scarlet fever It is sincerely hoped that the little fellow will suffer only a light attack and that he will soon be well Offer to Ee Withdrawn After Satnrday March 12 the club bing offer of the Climax and Weekly CourierJournal for one year for 25 will be withdrawn Positively no sub scriptions will be taken at this rate contelaIplatiuj Mr Cohen Will Return to Richmond Mat S Cohen wellknown in the horse world at home and abroad and special live stock agent for the L N Railroad company announced yesterday that he would leave Lexington within the next few days and return tohis old home in Richmond This decision of Mr Cohens will he receiv ed with regret as he had formed num erous friendships and acquaintances here and alt over Kentucky He will take all hit horses with him and make the capital of Madison his headquarters in the future Lexington Democrat A Sample A western editor has received the following unique letter Send me a few conies of your paper which has this obituary and verses about the death of my child a week or two ago You will publish the enclosed clipping about my nieces marriage And I wish you would mention in your local columns if it dont cost me that I am going to have a few extra bull calves to sell Send me a couple of extra copies of the paper this week hut as my time is out you can stop my paper as times are too hard to waste money on a newspaper A Busy Day The CLIMAX enjoyed one of the busi est days in its history on Monday county court day Subscriptions fairly rolled in due to the unusually low rate for both CLIMAX and CourierJour nal It would he no exaggeration to say that one hand was kept busy writ ing receipts for new subscriptions Numbers of people over the county who had never taken a paper came in to take advantage of the low rates which we hid been advertising for several weeks This rate is good until Saturday March 12 after which time the price goes back to 150 The managers teel very proud of the result of Mondays work Ball Dog Attacks a Hand Car Bridge Superintendent Freeman and a nun ber of section hands who were going Into Irvine on a hand cur last Tuesday were attacked by a vicious hull dog while running at a high rate of speed The car struck the dog and ground him into bologna but the sud den checking caused the car to overturn and empty its occupants down a steep grade painfully injuring Superintendent Freeman who was brought to the Pattle A Clay Infirmary this city where Dr Jasper fotind the suffering man had several broken ribs and other severe bruises The patient is getting along nicely and will soon be able to re same his business County Court The rain that came down in a lively gait until 9 oclock Monday morning was no barrier to a very large crowd that attended county court In fact the largest crowd we have seen in Rich mond this year was present The mule market was rather flooded with stock with prices 25 per cent lower than one month ago Mules sold brought from 80 to H40 The Madison County Stock Yards reported 500 cattle on the market with prices ranging from 3 to II cents Norris Brothers reported about the same number of cattle with prices ranging from 3 to 4 cents Auctioneer W P Prewitt sold 18 head plug horses at prices ranging from JOto81 TTTT Will Move to Paris Mr FS Elder who has represented the Metropolitan Life Insurance Com puny in this city for the past year has been promoted to Assistant Superin tendent of that Company with headquarters at Paris Ky Mr Elder will MuTtly move to the capital of Bourbon to reside While his friends regret to see him leave Richmond they rejoice in his promotion Will Locate Here Messrs T P and Harry P Jones of Plttsburg Pa Wall here last week looking after their interests in the Big Hill Coal Company ISoth of these gentlemen are officers in the Pittsbnrg and Buffalo Co the largest indepen dent coal company operating near Pitts burg Mr Harry Jones will arrive here this week with his family and will take personal charge of the aff lira at Brush Creek so well was he pleased with the prospects and Kentucky in general The company feels fortunate in securing such an experienced coal man to take charge of their valuable plant and he and his family will be given a cordial welcome as residents of our city Serious Wreck A very serious and unfortunate wreck occurred on the L A railroad Sun day moriiinc in wjich one man Will iam Johnson was instantly killed and several others injured The accident happened just at the entrance of Kings tunnel in Estil county when a freight tram composed of flat cars on which was loaded a very tall derrick tried to pass into the tunnel In trying to force the tars through tons of rock and dirt were knocked down on the unfortu nate crew with above results The injured are Frank and William Frazier and James McCov all of this city William Frazier who was more seriously injured than the others was taken to the Pattie A Clay Infirmary by Dr H O Jasper who is chief sur geon for the Louisville and Atlantic nodal TheLadies Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will hold a social In the Sunday School room of the church next Friday evening A con cert will be given about the middle of April by this organization for which the best home talent has been secured and the piano to be used has been do nated by a Louisville firm The Society also contemplates giving 1 Court Day dinner in June The hoir of the church assisted by other well known musicians of the city is preparing to give a Praise service some time towards the latter part ol the month This will be given under the auspices of the Ladies Missionary Society and promises to be entertain ing The exact date will be announced later Held Over to Circuit Court II H Hawes charged with the mur tier of Samuel Bales was given an ex amining trial before Judge Turpin Fri day niorning and was held over to the grand jury in the sum of 300 in default of which he was remanded to jail The evidence of the accused was commented on by spectators and law yore as being a very straight story pistolIinwith him and during the struggle the weapon was discharged inflicting fatal injuries upon Bales He also testified that he made no effort to escape but surrendered to the officer helped to carry the wounded man into the house and assisted In searching for his wound While it is quite natural the friends of the family should sympathize with Mr Bales and his stricken parents and relatives yet justice should be shown the stranger within our gates and if Mr H wes in innocent of any intent or purpose to kill or did kill in protect ing himself from bodily harm or death then the accused should be released Hon W B Smith represented the de fendant and County Attorney J Tevis Oobb conducted the prosecution n Fut Off A great deal of interest has been manifested in the damage suit brought by Miss Patton of n nthiaiia against Mr and Mrs H O Shipp of the same place The case cameup in the recent term of the Harrison CJrcuit Court but was postponed until the next term on account of some of the witnesses being unable to attend Drowned Mr Neale Isaacs a respected farmer of Station Camp Estill county was drowned in the waters of the above named creek on Monday morning While engaged in ratting some logs he fell into the water and was swept under the logs by the current where he remained helpless until death ensued His body was recovered a few hours later Deceased is survived by a wife and a number of grown children Assessments for 904 Mr J T Berry the popular and efficient Deputy Assessor has handed in the following list of assessments for Madison county for the year loot Lands 5770710 Lots 1432650 Personality 1259620 Cash 1215360 Total S9678340 Exemptions 310230 Balance 9368110 The following also shows a compari son between the years 1903 and 1904 Lauds 1904 5770710 Lauds 1903 5688300 Increase 82350 Lots 1904 1432650 Lots 1903 1398360 Increase 34290 Cash 1904 1215360 Cash 1913 1095370 Increase 119990 Personality 1904 1259620 Personality 1903 1351120 Decrease 91500 Total 1904 9368110 Total 1903 9202 300 Increase 165 790 Votes 1903 6062 Votes 1904 6048 Decrease 14 Miller Makes a Hit The Capital Hotel was the brilliant scene Tuesday night of the most elab orate banquet ever hold In the capital city of the Commonwealth Two hundred and flits men most of them distinguished in public life including the Governor and State officials United States Senator Congressmen Judges cf the Court of Appeals till the mem bers ot tho General Assembly and oth ers of no less prominence from one end of the State to the other were seated around the banquet board where they feasted and toasted in celebration of an eventwhich old Frankfort has been fighting for during the better part of a century the settlement of the State capital question It has been a long cry from the day Henry Clay began the first real fight for the capital removal to the present day and In these long intervening years the citizens of Frank fort have spent many an anxious mom ent lest the prize should be wrested from them Now that this General Assembly has placed it forever within their grasp it was deemed proper by Frankfort grateful citizenship that the event should be duly celebrated And loyally did they carry out this social ev ent which will take its place as a part ot the history of the capital removal question and its settlement by this General Assembly There was a loud applause when the toast master announced that eloquent young Madison county man the Hon ft W Miller would respond to the toast The Bluegrass To so poetic a subject few Kentuckians could have done such eloquent justice and at the end the burst ot applause was evidence that he had not fallen short of the ex pectation indicated by the shouts that greeted him when be arose Courier Journal l 1i Ib4 LAST CHAN t SUITS AND OVEROAri4e j AT CUT PRICES A Only a short time left in which to take advantage of our great cut price sale on winter Suits and Overcoats and no thrifty man can af ford to let the opportunity slip Plenty of splendid suits that are just the weight most men like for allround wear and our Overcoat values are the greatest ever offered Look at these pricces 2000 2250 2500 15 I5cut IO j 1000 cut to 75OYpu couldnt make money easier than to buy your Overcoat now for next winterJb6 WalkOver ShoesJ New Spring Styles J For footease style and long wear WalkOver Shoes have no equa 1 in shoes costing less than 5 or 6 We ask you to try them 4 Prices 350 and 400Our stock of mens and boys shoes in all grades from cheapest to j finest is the largest and most complete Jtle county BANKS1cCoundl Proceedings The City Council met in regular monthly session on last Thursday evening with the Mayor and all council men present The only issue of impor tauce to come before the body was the election of a City Clerk to fill the vacancy caused by the death of A C Wells Mr A B Farris acting clerk read the minutes of the February meeting which were approved and adopted The reports of the Police Judge Chief of Police Superintendant of Fie De partment Street Commissioner and City Treasurer were all heard and were turned over to the Committee on Finance A motion was made and car ried whereby the Street Committee should be instructed to buy a carload of Marble Creek rock as it can be bought for a much less price than the rock now used on the streets The next motion made and carried was that the ordinance requiring the saloons to close at 12 p m and not open before 4 a m should be strictly enforced by the po lice and that any offense in this direction shall have a penalty of 10 Imposed City Attorney J Talbott Jnckson read some very appropriate resolutions which he had framed in behalf of the council on the death of Mr A C Wells These were heartily endorsed and were ordered spread on the record book and a copy be sent to his family After this the selection of a City Clerk was in 01 der and the following candidates were placed in nomination R A Barlow Clay ShackelfordMrs A C Wells A B Farris Jo A My ers Jbhn AHigginsand W H White After quite lengthy and spirited ses sion of balloting Mr Henry White received five out of the six votes cast and was declared elected to the office It was decided that all the city books should be turned over to the Finance Committee for inspection since it is the intention of the council to inaugurate a new system of bookkeeping The Street Commissioner was instruct ed to see that all obstruction and rubbish in the streets should be cleaned away especially in front of buildings in process of erection It was ordered that 1000 be paid the school board which is in need of funds and applied for same The Red men reported that they would hold a fair some time eith er in July or in August and the alleys and streets of the city were granted them for use during their celebrations The following claims were presented and referred to the Finance Commit tee Jorry Powell 830 0 C Hooker IS 75 Dr Dunn 10 00 G M Wilging 2 75 Chicago Fire Hose Co 125- HF Barker 7 50 Lacky Hamilton 8 50 D H Myers 26 45 John Buckner 15 00 Telephone Co 4 25 J C Lacky 9651 Dr Dunn 16000 Joe Gibbs 2000 Brock Mnnday1 00 W W Tevis 3300 B Sigman 42 00 Chas Bates 4 20 D R Tevis 300 Fire Dept 93 00 Madison County 30 85 CT Wells 1 00 JJ McOarty 1375 Dr Guinn 6 00 Dr fimoot 27 60 Dr Holton 30 20 After this the Council adjourned to meet again on the following Satnrday night at which time Mr Whites bond waspresented to and accepted by the council Work in the Chapter and tomnundety On the evening of March 17 theru will be initiatory work in Chapter de gree of Masonry One the 24th the State Inspector will be present at which time a number of candidates will be taken into the degree of Fem plan iii Cut to I toII II Ar f r 1 The windup ofa Successful r FInlsh s Clearance Sale An Extra Special Announcement A cleanup Sale ofall Dry Goods A Price Sacrifice on all that is Left v t In announcing to the public that Mr Jas L Pence ol Cincinnati the House Raiser has arrived inour city to remodel the store means a- ASiiortGontiuation of the Clearance Sale i 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 wills 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- cipated1that 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 Patterns j It will be of interest to you to read carefully the prices quoted below i rt J ir All Winter Goods At Less Than Sost i f i Suits of Underwear for men at 69c 1 Dress Shirts for men at 75c 50c Dress Shirts for men at 39c i Ladies 35c Union Suits at 20c 4450c Union Suits at 39c 1 44J Union Suits at 75c All colors Fleishers Shetland Floss at 75c a boxtJ5c colored Lawns ane Dimities al 8J3cIi t J5c Printed Madras at 8 J3c 4 J2 J2c Ginghams at lOc t 25c Fancy Shirt Waist Suitings at 20c 20c Embroidered Swisses for dress safJ5c i Swiss Curtains at 89c iL i 150 Swiss Curtains at 123 L 100 Lace Curtains at 89c 125 Lace Curtains at 99c J50 Lace Curtains at J 23 2 00 Lace Curtains at 1 49 3 00 Lace Curtains at 2 25 Yours For Mutual Benefit OWEN McKEE t 1 W t uuuuIT1tV m4tb 1g Js Sb 0 f t 1 i 1f the rrutest Selection il S OF St s s5 I STYLISHa I P SQ S eSQPSSSSSSSeeS5s SeSsSSCeSSS 55eC S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSSSSSSSSSS 55S55555555555S5o t s S I S o 5 E S e E S H O E S SS o S S I Q e eSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS5SS5S5SS I S SSSSSSSSSSSSSS S SSSSSSSSSS SSS SS SSSS SSSO SSS ssseSSSS 55005e OCie 0 ever shown in the city While we carry an elegant line Iof ever thing in Footwear it is with pardonable pride that SS Iwe raIl specialattention to our elegant line of New Spring Shoes for ladies men and children You can make no 5 s- OE mistake by looking our line over as it represents some of I the best shoemakers of the world and you will see our prices Iare lower than are generally asked for these highclass Shoes iE S I Fi CRUTCfiER O TRIBBLE IJTII 0 5 1 1 E Main Street Richmond KentuckyIs f S SSSSSSS SSSSS SS S SSS S SS SSS SSSSSjS SS SSSSSS SSSS S SCSSOSSDSSSSS e SS lioe ss s s sss s s 5 oaaeoteQOSOOSUOeOOOSeS QoS QSe USS SeSSSS SS S u I he Richmond Climax J J CHENAULT President A D MILLER Editor Manager WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1904 inUKLL4HftSV5R The Jlimax Printing Go Incorporated A WASIUSOT uorfespindont say Con1gresiiiiTtiinoro lire by putting building nititeriiils to Im used in the burned IRgs1launfrom the Ohiingo tire in 1891 TWO or lggOllt1od cot of building ninterials or in other rwonhiff tax1 as the republicans declare why remove these duties now 2 If the removal of the tariff duties on building materials will greatly re lieve the Baltimore lire sufferers who for the most part aro wealthymen whynot lake off these diui s on all building materials and thus grealy relieve the rest of the cuntry whofor the most part are poor and aro trying to build for thomsiivea as good homes as their meagre imomes will permit 8 Is this a government of hy and for the rich and at the expense of the peeraHox W B SMITH of Richmond one of the ablest criminal lawyers in Kentucky and a Democratic wheel hiirsw in the Eighth district was in the city Monday night Mr Smiths has represented his county several time in the legislature and enjoys the distinction of being the solitary Brvmi elector for Kentucky in 1896 stumping the State for the distin guished Nubrasknn Mr mith does nIt fxil eve however that Bryan will be a oindidcte a third time but is for a compromise man who can unite the twi scordant wings of Democracy iuxiugton Leader DK W R RAY of Shelby county has announced himself a candidate for the position of Delegate from the Eglit Kentucky Congressional Dis triut to the Democratic National on veution tj be held in St Louis on July 6 F1BroerCo1 I LEXINGTON K- yGRAND Clettrniice SALEOf Goods Consisting of CouchesTurkish Chairs and Rockers Morris Chairs Hall Library and Din ing Chairs Dont overlok this opportunity CiFiBrowetCo I MAIN AND BROADWAY kcTToNig y- li I li J THE Stanford Interior Journal passI ed its thirtyfirst milestone on March During theo years Editor E c Walton claims to have not mUsed more than i half dozen issues during the thirtyone holidays that have come and gone since its oxistence This is doej a remarkable record andone of winch few weekly or semi weekly papers can honst The Journal has since Col W P Walton now editor of the Lexington Democrat took charge a score and a half years ago beon at the head of tho procession of jKentuekis leading weekly papers May the present editor live to chronicle many anniversaries yet to come IN affirming manslaughter case in the Supreme Court at Nashville Saturday Judge Wilkes suid theuhip pocket defense was one of the most diulcnlt with which criminal courts have to deal It was the noverfailing of the pistolcarrier and user He vas persuaded he said that hip pockets should be prohibited by law and that it should be made a felony for a tailor to put one in trousers If worn at all hip pockets should be in front The generalwelfare of society he continued demanded that hip pockets be formally abolished TIlE bill introduced by Senator Bur nam of Richmond to require all counties to maintain pest houses for the detention of people afflicted with con tagious diseases was passed in the Senate Tuesday and sent to the House t unce It is said that it will surely pass the House and go to the Governor for h s signature TOLD my employer that he ought to treat me like princess instead of swearing at me when asked him for a raise in wages testified a London servant girl In Richmond most of the servant girls not only think they should be treated ulike a princess but they refuse to work unless such treatment is accordel A MAN was arrested in Pennsylvania for snoring in a church He should be made to pay a stilT tine Any man who cannot go through with his usual Sundaysnooze without keeping the rest of the congregation awake should be made 10 pay for his disregird for comfort of other sleepers TIlt body of a huge Mastodon has been unearthed in Alaska It was found frozen thirty feet below the sur face and the skin hair and tusks of monster ire in cnniparitively good the condition It is thought that its skeleton will be worth 50000 i JUDGE B F FHENCII went to Cyn thiana Tuesday and gave bond in the sum of 1000 for his nppearence at the May term of the Harrison Circuit Court to answer the indictment of perjury COL HIKAM M BLKDSOK Comman of the famous Bleihoe Batter during the Civil War and a native of Bour bon county Ky died near Pleasant Hill Mo aged seventyFive years FIELD MARSHAL COUNT VAN WAUJEU SEE died last Saturday at Hanover Prussia He was a noted German soldier and statesman THE Legislature adjourns next Tuesday Have rubber tires to take the place f the old wornout steel tires now on your vehicle We can make a new ve hide out of your old one Call and get our priced and we will convince you we are here to do business Richmond Carrifze Works in 0 tf S L MidklH Prop Go to Billy Freeman First street for your court day dinner flU Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional di eeaae and In order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun prellpriptionpurifiers rtuting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination ot the two ingredients is what pro curingCatarrh OSoldHulls Family rills ore the beet 1m JIt FILwL a r BIRTHS POWERS Mr an Mrs T J Powers ot Silver Creek are happy over the are rival f ji daughter last Saturdayt BAtcNESTO the wife of Win Barnes of Red House Feb 28 twin girlsw DEATH POWELL At his home near Speed well Wednesday afternoon Mr Jas Powell aged about sixtv five years Deceased was a projiineut farmer ol that section and his death will be 8 great loss to the community He il survived by one daughter Mrs Hood WOODS Thomas Woods aged forty five years died at the Infirmary Frida morning after a protracted illness ol heart disease Deceased was a resilient of the Kirksville locality and leave several children to mourn his demise HAYDBN Mr William Hayden aged 77 years died at his home on the Jacks Creek pike last Monday nigtit Deceased was a highly respected citizei and a prosperous farmer of that section Mr Hnydens first wile was an aunt ol Mr John Taylor of this city He if survived hy a wife and several children His funeral services were conducted at his residence on Wednesday after which his remains were brough to this citv for interment For Rent House on East Main street Good high healthy location all necessary outbuildings incliidingservants chief en buggy and Ice house Good stab IIiand lot also large garden and yard 2mtf John Donelsun Will Go to Panama The CLIMAX is in receipt of a most in teresting lotter from Mr Woodward Metcalf who is at present stationed a Canton Ohio and is with Company L 3rd U S Infantry engaged in guarding the late McKinleys tomb Mr Metcalt in a faithful subscriber ti the CLIMAX which he says he enjoys immensely each week He is a son ol Squire Metcalf of Waco one of our countys prominent farmers He ex pects to return to Fort Thomas in short time prior to sailing for Panam Mr Metcalf saw active service in the Philippines He has promised us son e newsy letters when he reaches hi destination He was a resident of thi city for about fifteen jears and tlr bit of news concerning him will I pleasing to his friends Coming To The Front Madison county is justly proud of hei different industries and none ai meeting with more success than tl tiling tactory at Waco One of tI largest owners and in fact the prom let of this industry is Hon C Searcy Last week a shipment of clu was made to St Louis to be used building the arch for the Kentucl building This arch will be covert with some of the clay shingles whit are receiving so much attention Br sides this Mr Searcy will ship a lot bricks tiling clay shingles jugs a other pottery to be exhibited at t t Fair Lexington capitalist are int eUed in this enterprise and they pi pose to make it one of the flrst concei of the country An order was rece ly received by the corn pan from Nev York for clay to be used in makr models and works of arts by Mi Barnliart We are proud that this i dustry is meeting with such succen and we will glad to see its continu growth To the Public I desire to call your special attenti to the tact that the season for hot paluting and papering is drawing cl t and no doubt you contemplate paint and papering the exterfbr and mIen of your residence this spring or lull and as I know of no better or safer w j to invest areasonable amountQf moz than this I desire to remind you agn of the fact that I am still in the palm log and wall paper business and tin thoroughly prepared to furnish you ti timates free of charge and do yon painting and wall paper hanging at very reasonable prices As I empl y none but firstclass workmen and u only the best materials in and on work I do I can andIguarantee good results and perfect Slit Ufaction on all work I may do for you atid therefore ask YOU for at less share of your work promising you in return for your money value received A full and complete line of the newest designs in wall paper of alt kinds au l on YBhandronage and for a continuance of sallie this year I jim- Yours very respectfully W L LEEDS etwoenIf fi LiT T lUtes Owing to th noyance in feed lived rates ill iafler March 1904 as follows Feeding 60c hay 2oc hitch injf after 9 oclock p m 2ccVeElmer Parnihocc devpreBWallerO L O Shearer 2m2t C T SamuelsllsAnyhow Be Always Won Senator McCreary of Kentnckypar ticioating in a hearing before the House Committee on Public Bulldinga in behalf of a fine new structure at Law renceburg toucHed upon the magnificent distilleries there and In the county of Anderson of which Lawrenceburg is a part He assured the committee he hadoft n been in Lawrenceburg that he hild visited or seen every one of the thirtEen magnifi cent distilleries whose output would al mot rivalthe Kentucky river and that he had campaigned throughout isrunservice In House atAntisentlllve MieN of Indiana1jthat the Senator always made good campaign in the vicinity of those magnificent di tilleriefl Well faltered the Senator I al wavswon Washington Post HOW HYOMEI HELPS TOE HEALTH Kills the Germs of Grip Catarrhand ColdsuCosts Nothing If It Fails Says B L Middelton Now that Hvomei can bn obtained in nearly every town and city in the country it is possible to buy from drug gists a healthiifivingjclimate to be car ned in pjirseorjpocket By breath ing it a few niinntps four times a day von ran soon cure grip coughs colds and even the worst and most chronic cases of catarrh B L Miiddelton has seen so many re markable cures made by the Hynmei treatment list he sells it with the Pltftive agreement to return the money if it fails to cure A complete outfit costs bt tl and consists of tb pocket inhaler medicimI dropper and sufficient several weeks It effects a cure iii the worst ca- tarrhal troubles and if breathed at the commencement of a cold or the grip ill check it quickly and prevent sick ness Extra bottles of Hvomei can be obtained for 50c When breathed through the inhaler the germkilling and health giving Hy mel goes to the most remote cells of he throat ami lungs killing all the ca irrhal germ soothing the irritated nucou membrane and vitalizing the boil with ozone At this season of the year everyone should have a Hyomei outfit to prevent ind cure catarrhal troubles and ward ill attacks of grip pneumonia and similar germ diseases 1m PAINT LICKsMr Oscar Hammack is building a o SewMrs Jennings left for Cincinnati thin nomine to buy a full line of millinery oodfl Jennings Champ have returned from the city with a full line of new oods Mfsrs John and Labon Wallace pent the 22nd at home with their par nts Mr and Mrs Vm Wallace Misses Maggie Rennick and Sadie tanduskyof Jessaiuinereturned home titer a pleasant visit to Mrs R L Gwynn Messrs Fish Estridge have moved their handsome now stores and have everything up todate in the drug and dry goods line Rev Hughson of Lexington filled his pulpit at Alt Tabor yesterday He extended a cordial invitation to the Paint Lick congregation to occupy his jttlpit when he was away until their church is reimired Mr Ernest Woods who bought the Hume farm at Silver Creek bought tIn interest of Mr John Ballard paying him 775 He has sold his farm on which he now lives near Paint Lick to Mr Land for 6000 Mrs E J Wallace passed her 91st nrthdayou Femruary21th She hils seven children AixteenraUdclilldre 9ierH L Wallace who is cashier of the bank in Frenchburg Ky She lives in he same house to which she moved when first married more than seventy vears ago She enjoys reasonable good health and is able to co visiting UNION CITY Mrs Ora Hackett is quite rick Mrs Martin Baber is on the sick list Master Carlos BTodd of this city is vibiting his father N U Todd of Brassfield this week The Misses Suttoii o this place vIs- ited their aunt Mrs A E Carse in Richmond last week Mr Ballard Dunn and a number of jther young men irom Doylesvillesville neighborhood left for Illinois Monday to do farm work Portia Tlptrni fourteen yearold son of Mr Chas Tipton who has been suff ering with a broken femua for about fro months will soon be out again There have been several cases of di arrhoea of a foxy tendency in the Doylesville neighborhood thcause of vhiuh seems I little puzzling to our physicians Mr John Owens of Woodford county having attended the burial of his sister Mrs Sallie A Harber is the guest of Mr Oscar Park for a few days He was once a citizen of this place It is reported that Mr Wes McKin neveof near Brookstown exchanged shots with a burglar one night last areek but neither was hit solar as is known It is uot stated just what the Burglar was trying to do Mrs W H Berrv will begin the ipring term of school at Union City public school building next Monday She was educated at Midway has taught many years her pupils making rapid progress The pupil who dont like study under her management must learn to like or quit Several farmers took advantage of lm pretty days last week and turned fume of their sodfor corn Altogether it was the most businesslike apell ve have seen for quite awhile ill are hoping for u fine crop season liter the hard winter freezes Dr Henry reports quarantine raised it every home where smallpox existed mere and at Doylesville Dr Gibson has not yet raised it at the Poor House The keeper Mr Gilleti was prudent In getting it postponed dew days desiring to be on the safe side People are coming and going now without feAr u nL= NEWBY f jjurig the past twelve months New- br8Oi1jOvvdh a considerable growth mw hfuve a nice church which is uple 6y the Christian and Baptist- nomluatioha the fonnerj having- achlneverv third Sunday anti the on the second Sunday of each month Sunday School every Sunday morning at 930 oclock furniture and undertaking estab hment was recently opened here by Mr John Singer Stabp Gray Bros of Ewing Fleming countyr are the prodaprfetora of our Tobacco Warehouse These gentleman have bought and shipped many hogshead of tobacco from his point Wealeo have a new black smith shop where all kinds of iron and woodwork ami carriage painting can be had tllr Sara Deatherge is another annex to our little village He carries a large aud complete stock of general mer chandise and is enjoying a prosperous business One of daJenkiructi i g a general merchandise business this place for many years Dr Runyon who has administered to the wants of the aflficted and who with his estimable wife have made manj friends in this section of Madison are soon to leave this place for Ewing Ky Dr and Mrs Runvon have always taken a prominent part in social and church work and their departure will be regretted by the wholecommun ity Our next improvement is a brass band Orgaflizelrecentlyby Gray Bros and is composed of about fourteen members The boys are getting along nicely and will be ready by June to take in the Worlds Fair JACK Baptist Church Notes The pastor will preach atNewby Sat urday evening Evening services from now on will begin at 730 instead of 7 oclockiMrs Harvey Chenanlt Is visiting her sister Mrs Lewis Herrington in Ma con Ga The subject of sermon next Sunday evening will be Mother and Wives iu the Home The proceeds of the Courtday dinner given on Monday by the Young Ladles Missionary Society amounted to tO Miss Dykes rendered that matchless piece My Redeemer in a most pleasing manlier at the Sunday morning ser v icefMiss Mariawillie Smith has returned from a delightful stay of three week with friends in Washington City and Annapolis Md We are greatly encouraged over the increased attendance at Sunday School there being one hundred present last Sabbatha camof thirtyfive over the past week Onr pastor delivered most helpful ermon on Sunday morning Text yNehemiah Cuilding the Wall at Jeru He clearly demonstrated to us that great tilings are in store for u onlyif wef have a mind to work At the conclusion of the service two additions were added to the church Pompeii It will be pleasant news to the theatre going public to knQw that in the near future Pompeii will be presented at the Grand Opera House in this city Never in the history of the theatrical world has a greater play been produced both from a dramatic and a spectacular view Almost everyone is familiar with Sir Bulwer Lyttons novel The Last Days of Pompeii and it is from this that the play has been dramatized This plav deals with the peisecntiuns of the early Christians and depicts the sensual and luxurious surroundings of the Romans The company which presents Pompeii must of necessity be exceedingly strong The scenery used is sail to be magnificent and the production will be far above the ordinary run ol shows that our people witness This production will appear at the Grand on Monday March 21 Coming Madison Institute has been very fortunate in securing the services of Sal eral well known celebrities who will appear in their most attractive roles 01 the Hill Saturday Match 12 at 730 ojclock Among these are Madam Zuzn the beautiful snake charmer with heic ifierce boacoiiHtrictor the Baron Mademoiselle Aurora Blanchette the ProfGIMsshskirt dancers the charming LimIt and the petite Rabbette One of the chief attractions is the living Mermaid who will take her morning plunge in the presence of the spectators Some other specialties are Prof Buzzbye with his trained bear Bu k Prof Viadivoetnck the Hypnot- Ist Senorita Paddli Puzzani the bewitching fortune teller Mis tali Bastus Jhohnsing and bis famous minstrel troupeDoors will be opened promptly at 730 No men or boys over 12 years admitted Admission to the main perfor mance ten cents Hde shows extra Entrance at side door next to cha- pel16tQSONAL Miss Mabel Letton is in Lexington Mr Monte Powell of Irvine was here Tuesday Mr James Tribble spent last Fri day in Lexington Mr Simeon Hamilton of Estill Co was here Monday Mrs T Lee Todd of Ford was in the city for a few hours Saturday Miss Annie Heacox of Lexington is with her sister Mrs Elmer De ther age Hon J A Sullivan and Hon J Tevis Cobb are at home from Frank fort Miss Van Greenl af has been visiting her cousin Miss Kauffman in Lancaster Mr U R Smith of Versailles was a welcome visitor to our city last Wednesday Mrs J W Bales is convalescing from a severe attack of grippe and rheumatismJudge Benton of Winchester was here mingling with tne Courtday crowd Monday Mrs Smith of Cincinnati is the guest of her daughter Mrs Ballard H Luxon on Third street Mrs Jennie Grider has returned to her home at Speedwell after sever weeks visit to relatives in this city i 4 Mr Eimer Deakherages hosts ofI friends are glad that he has about recovered from his recent illness Mrs Erhct Flora who will trim for Mrs Lee Mnupin is in Cincinnati studying new spring styles Mr John Turley was in Louisville last week where he attended a ban quet for life Insurance agents Mrs Lizzlu Higgins of Richmond was a guest Monday of Mrs LT HaglnWitichestcr Sun entlnl Miss Lucy Adams returned Satur y from Glasgow where she has been instructing clhtin phy3ical culture f Mrs Ida Powell and daughter Miss Elizabeth hive returned from an extended visit to relatives in Kansas City MoiMr and Mrs Will White ajid Mr and Mrs Luther Scott nil of Wise restshereMrs GD Ch naultj amid twiJ little ughterL jf Lexington ann visiting Mr and MrsiJ SCrutcher on West Main street i Mrs Harrison Shnrall of Lexing ton has been spending a few days with her grand parents Mr and Mrs H B Dillingham Mrs Ii E Turley and daughter Miss EJi1 beth returned last week from a pleasant visit to Mrs George Land of Lexington Mr and Mrs Herbert Scrivner left Friday iporning for Marten aville t t 7reatedMrs Thomas Burley and little son Lebanon Junction are spending several weeks with Mr and Mrs 5 L MidkilT on Third dtreet j The Cecilian Gfatb will meet this af ternoon wjthMra Harry B Hanier at Arlington A miscellaneous pro gram wiU be reoderelIChief was n Ixin ton laitjweek to see bfs son Mr Dnniftdiion Aulnanwho itherci attendin lbusiness college Mrs Bertha M Smithof Richmond is the of Mr and MrsW O RobertsLater she will be with Mrs E L PieeoLOuisvllle Post JUdgeJ C Cantrillof Georgetown candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals was a guest here Tuesday He paid this office a pleasant call MrDuk Gordon the efficient foreman ofthis office enjoyed a mucht needed reslast week spending the time withbisparents in Nicbola vme Mr Hnmilton R Smithof Versailles GeneraliFreight and Passenger Agent ol the L A was a guest Wejlnes lay of Soliciting Agent R A Wool urns i Miss Carolyn Reid and Miss Cole man of Mt Sterling and Miss Mar jarite Lyne of Cynthiana will arrive DaoMMiss Gladys Perry who attends school in Lexington was forced furl account of illness to come home lor- a short stay Her many friends will be glad to hear of her improvement Mr Parker Gregory and family have moved from Fort Estill to Lancaser where Mr Gregory will engage in coal business Their many friends wish them success in their new home Messrs George Wilcox W S Witt P L Hume Sim Hamilton Chas and Robt Winn Montie Powell Robt West Chrs Friend Thomas Wallace aud JudgeiW W park pf Estill Co at ended Court hero Monday t Mrs Mary Haggard of Admin Io is visiting her neice Mrs C H Park at Speedwell Mrs Haggard is a isis tel of H C Broadd us deceased anti was born and reared on the farm where our Tom Baldwin now lives Mr H B Vandevere Richmond was mixing with friends here Sunday Misses Hattie Hill and Minnie Wharton visited the formers uncle Mr J E Baldwin and wIfat Rich mond the past weekVa1hey1Vies r Argent i Mrs Henrietta Bronston who hsbeen ill in Lexington Jnrquito awhile has recovered sufficiently to return to this city where she is now at home with her daughter Mrs G G Prew itt Mrs W D Oldham came over with her for a short visit Mr Joe Chenault a leading farmer and Wasinthis theNationalgene How rman and Miss Clara Gram thefunernlhen with his little daughter has decided to go back to Lexington LeaderIH 11iI 71 l3 E ++ k Correctly Cuti Clothes S ii 4 ii i y are admired by all men particularly so when they are superbly tallied and when they fit perfectly iTo appredaife the high artisticinerit of our Clothing Jr1 kjt is only necessary for you to order a t t V I I 1s 4p 1 fll J Suit or Pair of n ffI y Trousers Oj J E j r tj 4 Ii 47wV t ic 4J J 1 We Have Met flfti I + If Ia I xf thousand large samples to select from and we guarantee U i t S ip7 iafit and satisfaction No garment leaves our house I t tunless the customer is pcrlectly satisfiedsIllA It i t I Ls IrJ 7w f F RICBr AND ARNOLD I 4 y y J 7F7F m 7FF7f T For Rent Our large anacomnij dlous store room 18 x lOll feet No 208 iuth side Main street This is one of4iie best located best lighted and Mndsomest store room in the city Suitable for almost any rind of business Call on or ad dress JOHN G TAYLOR SONS Richmond Kentucky Telephone No 297 Public Sale I will offer for sale publicly on the premises one mile north of Newby at 10 oclock a m on Thursday March 17 1904 the following property Jacksottbranchot which will be cultivated this year The remainder is in grass Running through the property is a never failing branchWill also offer for sale one ten year old combined horse 1 good brood mare in tonI by Stranger Boy 16 shoals 1 broodsow with pigM double ehoval Hillside plows 1 Vulcan Chilled plow 2 pitch forks drills and other articles to madeJknown2t Newby Ky Fresh baked bread at Billy Freemans at all times tf A visit to the Richmond Carriage Works will convince you that we can serve you as never before The hand somest line of carriages phaetons buggies road carts etc ever displayed in Central Kentucky here awaits your inspection We will not only please you with the styl and finish or our ve hicles but will make the price so as to suit yours means Our vehicles range in prices from 38 to 200 and such beauties wire never placed on sale before in Richmond Every vehicle guaranteed to be as represented Give us a call m 9 tf Richmond Carriage Works New LlTerr Firm Messrs Joe Collins and Robt Walker have opened a firstclass feed and sale stable in the old Adams 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 cleaned up will do well to take them to this stable- These gentlemen are In the market the year round for good horses and per sons having good horses to sell should see Collins and Walker They also take horses and brake them or put them In good Belling condition Every body knows what Bob Walker can do with a horse 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 Adams stable on Irvine street now conducted by Joe Collins and Robt Walker 24 feb 3m we have the best Equipped Best Lighted and the most up to date TAILOR SHOP in the South jThis fact alone should convince the public that we are prepared to d j the very best work We have in our employ only the most skilled workmen and are now ready to serve the people of Richmond Madison and adjoining counties OUR GARMENTSha- ve an individuality which cannot be excelled anywhere Satisfaction guaranteed on all our work Stouffer Mahler t fj Named Tiepractical zlersaslat veather because j weather on life sunshine by usipij SUNhOOFPaint aUwhiteleadpaintTmaterials to stand the severest trial the sun and weather can give it Guaranteed to keep its gloss and wear for five years Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Advice free to CO Lake St Milwaukee WIs WillgingPaints Window Shades Framest Window Glass Mirrors Etc t I Spring is Comin That means spring cleaning and general renovating somethingnew WmiftniU IQJ Ito freshen up her for summer We theiBed= room DressingTublesIron and Brass Pedestals Tabourettes Fancy ingComestreets and we will take pleasure in showing you our Complete Stock Our Undertaking Department is carried on in themost wanttobuyornot WISIOLHAM New firm Mr Beechum Lackey has purchased a half interest in the firm of Witt and the firm will hereafter be as Lackey Co beginning March 15 1QP4 They will in time same business at the same place and solicit a your patronage as heretofore All persons owing the firm of Lotcher Witt are requested to settle their ac upitsLowest Rate Ever Made The Rock Island announces the low TerritoryOklahoma ColonlslstlCKtltBtoryand Oklahoma points only 650 to Texas points or less Lookover the ad appearing elsewhere in ihis paper then write Hi L MeUnirt CincinnatiOhioive of this ereat section full infor mation regarding these excursions Notice to Creditors All parties haying claim against the estate of fliemon or bttore JQBe ltl M or Mate will bebarred 2 W If UNiT Afcw JtLWiIr edM I t a tHe man who storms the the paint his house the wontlcould live a of Pattons Lination well PATTON PAINT a home have every Suits Beds Fulland Letcher known Letcher continue ehareof 8 display and IContcst of Ensic and Elocution IA contest of music and elocution will under the auspices of Million Kebekah Lodge No 28 L 0 F some time the latter part of Mar The program will consist of the fulluW inK Best Piano Duet First prize 5 sec ond prizri2- Best Recitation girl or boy under 12 yearsofageFirst prize S2 second prize Best Recitation young lady or gentleman over 12 years of ageFirst pr v f5 second prize 2 neat Vocal Solo by young lady First prize 5seond prize 2 getlemnaflFirstBest Vocal DuetFIrst prize oj second prize 2Those wishing to enter any of the above mentioned contests will pese leave their names and address with Miss Callie Adams at W D OWams store or B Juett at his store QPEENS CONTEST In the meantime balloting to begin At once A queen will be elected hy popular vote for this occasion the prize being a handsome umbrella AH young ladies will be eligilita to enter this contest Ballots should be left with B Juett or at the County JudgeS ol11ce tf i a a Ii a Ord 7h Jr 3rF a 1 s Smwrrnrt t hair 0 39ri r nd a t = f 1 S t t r d 1 t t I f A 1 V J CiIi tttJ C Jr f C a r i C t a ti C V fit F Ihitl LIR f i DJ F r p m flIr R L e t cj r pno per wpmp O Va s E stet ri CI- OU hit t Ietlt IU mar WHOi tr RIA 4 t s r ru Jy4Tha IGl1ee Tp Irt1j itl yT t 4 tyhCyf ta C6yrrlrr VANCED TO 50 CENTS tln Mining Stock in a rich mining property situated V miles from Globe Arizona thoroughly investigate this property owned by the r n r elolorado Copper Belt and C r c I1 Mlain a a Or and Milling Company V 1 ftrhirhiprnilia oa Hjiml Jo any ot the Ureat 1 vlncers in Atizonas wonderful Copper Belt extendin + n Itlnt wand fC Absolutely in the Center of the Belt And in the Center of the Globe in I OiiMot wliirii UK III UHSttiiiiil nrseni production and future promise is not expelled In the worM onlpwrrXorH in ro iwet lily nili tidinpu titleNu lehtH nf any kind development still going crauw nNleru andvalelugtir ulxuner18claimsand Avrrv claim will he ort aikht on every tipitMG inlll it alllll111I11I pxyln IUllhiplIWith IQlHllIsa s In Tin Uranillm etClttrg0 iiitiitititv ul Inn niul Mine HHHIIIR reduction nf ore on the ground rhn P ivim 1r11It buy stock in the great tninintr properties of Arizona and other parts of the westwhen it wee utrrtul for 10It share and Imer on went to S75 per share now buy in IhelArizona Colorado Copper Belt Gold Mining Milling Co 50 Cents per Share Proly which puts the Investor on the Ground Plaice with i he Promoter Stock tally paid and non aRaessable f teeds from ale of lock troes into llvllIlmAnl work for machinery used in mmiug and milling and the hoist s inar and liitnIIInir oftill from name to mill f NiBiliiri ofllcerPl to pas Dividends pmd when mine is producing As an investment guaranteed nbso lntplv wife It IB nut oflnred asa Kpecnimiin but xs all invpHtment for it must advance In price The Gen oral MMtuupr states From nresentiidcitinn8Rtck should heat par before the close of the year II The In V VHMor will notice tliaf Havlnl the United Virile Senator larks mine with its Billion Dtillar Ore Body ill tjht nn the vthwPflt end nn the wnlthwPSt the Copper Qnpell of Itiabee and other mhle operated lPlielpR iud P tt co who have turned their atleutinn from baukwg to miumG because tt pays hotter thatVan investment In the Mining Opportunityof the Present Century Fur further Information address ROBT M FOREE JOS D WHITHAM FRANK A WRIGHT Pros and eau Mgr SecTreasurer Vice President Main Office Prauch Ofllie 248 Eqni table Bide Blanch Office 910 Tacoma Bldj Globe Arizona Denver Colorado Chicago Illinois po 11 L KIWJHRU = EVANa Jfi j 1tew FirmAND A MagnificientStocko Goods1 t Evrlihbe g for 1 ne home beautiful V L irind in our store V feverybody andour v prices will suitI 1 jWe are at home at Joplins old stand on fMain street t and we guarantee the best and most polite attention t V give us a ca II l u Crutcher VP by Evans fIy V Main Street Richmond Ky tT St4 l spo MY NAME IS THURMAN On Sausage Row And Buys if O 3V i = Sfjfs SKINSh j p SSfcVa i Fr further information addressI General Passenger Agent f Chicago A Reminder That we are right in the push with our superb stock ofaL If f f J Firy Goods We carry a complete line of Notions beautiful Laces Hamburgs also the best quality of Mat tings Give us a call and we will give you satisfaction White jffb 1J Corner Main and Second t RICHMOND KENTUCKY 7i 7 I m7Fii m75 When you are ging to Paint use iPRPARtD HOUS PAI T Itis unequaled for Durabilji 3 1 and Finish Ir 1 cTHE BETfty Mijt v A BLATZ j N I t l llle Ky iI For Sale byjOT= r EEDS Richmond Ky At b1 r JIe vPi 1ft l eki COUCHi IWITH Dr Kings New D scovery ilFOR OMSUMPTION OUGHE and OLDS II50c Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOTJB LES or MONEY BACK JFor sale bv R C tr ckton ++ + + GALL AT +++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St ATTNTION Wn have moved onr produce business from the EMI End of Main street to the Garnett House storeroom ou Second street where we will he glad to welcome our friends and patrons Ve will continue to pay the highest market price for figgs Poultry Hides 1 Furs ProduceiJive us a call in our new quarters and we will convince you that we are the leaders in the Produce Business in Madison county GOTT BROS 1 Second street 2janlv RICHMOND KI TO THOSE wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Win Fence fofI PACE pleased to state that rWeare sale at the lol lowing in Madison county Arbuckle S Simmons dearcv k Hamilton O Finnel J W Muter I V Whltlock John Stapp Barton lloberti J W Teller J W Prewttt L A O McWharler liicfcner Earl JT COT R chmond Waco Red House- Valle View Ruth ton Edenton Cottonburc Paint Lick- Wallaceton Berea KirktTllle A 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE i III TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac UanmaygnlcklInTention Is probabl pueltAble Commnnlca PatentssentteeelreapeetalScientific JTitterican Ahandaomelrtlhlettatedaeetty Tjutest cir any sdentlfle Journal Terms a newsdealersMUNNBranch Office F 8U Washlnston D G Weak Hearts v everyonecan remember when it was simple Indiges tion It Is a scientific fact that all cues of onlytraeablegestion All food taken Into the stomach which falls of perfect dlgesUon ferments ad theheartthatdelicate SdoubletczIBC8thaKwtelDigests WhetYeR Lot and relieves the stomach of all Btmuistrain and the heart of all presume Haltlet oallr SIOO SIza bolding 2K tear tMtmt Stkrrar 0111800 For sale byPerry fr TUD nau I r 4yH vbnvs Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little hay was saved writes Mrs W Wat kills of Pleasant City Ohio loco inrnia had tad havoc with Inin and a terriblecough t in header Doctors treated him but lie grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings Nw PIscoverv for Consump tion soil onr was saved Hes now Riundgild well Everybody might to know ttri the only sure cure for Coughs Joldf and nil Lung ells eases Gnarane hy K C Stockton drngfiist Prii 60c mid 5L Trial bot Ilea free lin FnrpcMrN Irll iinuiilnr and lon rPr lhpn lA9r yr r The nmr iniiipvlik a mails tiapn ifun th in rte dutrm dir hi iipiuinnp More Riots ills IlrhgWP ulrlkPr ate not nenr v as ravP aR 1n MvMnal ilNnlr f IIIP watein flvWrw rk lws i f lenp nprviuiH teuinn nlll h foltnnnl liy nl IPT nllfll P UaIPRa r4 liihe r lllPdv nmAJjtIpnlllct lhrI- olhlnlr n Pfllroipnr rn rrrN ells n1ep r lin liver nr IdInPVR Rpdri Ritlers ta iT wmovifnl tnii 8iid pTecive tervi p and thil irr ntps all anii nedirinP for ruli lawn i ptonm liBp lt 1Prrrtnsnai RpIIIlItIiAOl nm1 1f1IlAlllrtnllprnllOn hY R 0 Ktockton dfuireiRt 1m I hasp for RaIP wn jtMv hrnrtd mires Will trades Ir v f1 vnnng inilln John D Onodlnp- feb244 Witlp GiBiion Ky riiildren al old lie fuen more and tallied aboui Irpi J t Conversion in n ptnrtinir point and not termimis inlrnn rpliiri n The kiilfll eirtf d have no couple in indinc a pltraP tlmt does not wear out Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors MAOISOS CIRCUIT COURT J M rlapq Ailmr Plf ag nut It Clays llmnndCnls Dft AUferons harlairclalma against the estate t ec Are hereby notiB d lo nrhe fume Icinly v titled nil li the uniler lenpd orlieoreth 2Dih day of March or same will be bar ed 8 II THORPE MOM O C Notice to Creditors All partlen hiving claims a ilnst T A Robinson are notified ti file same with the indrrsigned properly veriflsl on or before April 1st or same will be barred J 165 CRUTCHER Assignee Office nt Crutcher di EvaW furniture store trial Reduced Rates Westsand t via Southern R y Round trip iloinesenkprs Rid Due ly l ilinist rates In effect on first sad ird Tuesdays in each month Call toraldress T W CREWS Tfav Pass Agent 89 K Main t Lexington Ky For Sale Property advertisedunder his head is not charged for nless sale is made Forcom pete particulars call on or ad ress The Climax Printing Jo Richmond Ky 1A twontOTT frame residence conUmo 6 rooms and two halls In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 ESaJ less than original cost r oneQmond ilisjill necessary outbuild Inns A treat bargaiq tor anjono de siring a nice home f streetUhouse A more desinblo location for an Ideal lame could not he found These residences will be sold at a bar gain iQ 5SI20 will Lay a good town lot 0x200 10 6A tOad town lot on good street 40r feet Price Tn 7 producingfarmresidence barn and other outbuild ings Price 4200 O Good farm containing about 130 acres 1good residence barn and other im Prcegts9o10n Parm containing 100 acres well tented batiwith no other Improvements Can be bought In connection with No 8 Price 1600 IO Four cottages on hies street wello improved Price JlCCO each ID lI Ooodcottagefadrst clueconditlon clsterd etc Price 500 h I3soma residence containing seven in resident portion of Large yard and garden and all necesaaryoutbulldlngs Price S3OIO to Good lot suitable for business It house can be bought cheap fo 16 Atonrmrmrnitageandsevenacreaotlaodfivem in garden good orchard and buildingsTliiathriving Xillnge where churches and schools are convenient Price Tn 17 One of the nicest residences In IUchmondmntninhrg eight rooms cityLot1R A two8ory residence In good IIfO neighborhood PrlreEs00 Lot 120x150 feet Tn 1Q A nice residence for gay ono deei- raganideal home One cf the best constnicied bnildlncs In Richmond PrceE2200iIn 9fl Two Iotsl20160feetin good neigh borhocd Price 70- 0In 91 CoUge on a nice resident street conlHiningfonr rooms and neccs sary nuthniliiings Can be pur chn ed a the installment plan A great bargain at 1100 Will pant residence for purchaser roomsI ellilurchutrI conIporches xitnateil In best residence portion of city Stable coal house buildIngeilioirinpa nine home eightjall in grass and is Al good farm and thislandLocalityIYu mill Andersonuw county 33barrel capacity Du- lldling is 3 stories covered with iron walerIacres the mill Includ line wh tla with Ibe house of 5 rooms All for St21Oor 5500 for the OnebalfIN MercerJeeryIacre o Price land railroadrAlcp 11 acre of florida land la StreetIf ne side with 2story Sroom house and oroagee reach t pain plums othiplumsgropes toEuaor t 9Q onnllnal1gnaanadaboutl6011iarsas Tim and on Discs is cut to IB inches but shinglestreeand JarRCpartlogo of 4 rooms each sad one store hawenstwo miles of county scat grows eWlrJ r = = 4 rsi j r Sj r 3 yersWe know what all good doc CherryPectoral tor and find out He will tell Chetry- PectiraIyou how it quiets the tickling throat heals the inflamed lungs and controls the hardest of coughs h Ajreri Cherry pectoral Is well known In our family We tliluk It ti be best medicine In the world for coughs mid coldf Harts 1ETIUSO retaluma Cat KcVc J ATKH All dnur1U blaafor IInrdColughs Ono of Ayers Pills at bedtime will hasten recovery Cchtly laxative rtor Rent T losire In rent for the 3 spar 11104 a residence with roIar4en and hliicb miHi shay nt Koxtown For further ftrjlcitlars cull on or address John W Wilson 25ntf FoxtownKy FROFESSIONALOARDS 6TTORiSYS ih MILLER TTOaf1li LIaw UICHHOND l3Eearnazr office n the Burnam Building next door u irmers National HeaFp feb3ljr A strririLraifa cTlOKNEYAT LAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY ffice over State Rank k Trust Co oP oaite Court House un Mnin rfit 10 r D 11 oHEN J 11 ATTORNEYS AT LA W RICHMOND KBNTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery rf R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RUUMOND KENTUCX jSTOlBw over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTOBVEYS AND- COUNSRLLORN A1 LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law office over aerryk Thomas drag store u PHTSIOIA1TS ORS GIBSON S GIBSON PHY31GTASS AND SUROKOAS ICHMONI KNTIIOKV lice in tar Dr II ihson building M InStreet DE tf8L SVItfEZY IT XaVivTV obsoiv INATIBr OF LOOISTILLE KT omce nod door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9tolll to 4 nov7ly u vM Blanton DENTIST aSOfflce iti Bennett Building anly fELEPIlOSE 198 E 0 Vance D 0 tMrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians Hobson Bu11 ring Literature furnisliP flit application CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopathy DR LANmIAN- Hotel Glyndon VedneslayMdrcb9 1904 OLD JOE WHISKY Haut made Sour Manli Ever drop ro tra teed to li iure II if of old style manu facture No- BETTER i can be found for medicinal pur pose You wan the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 veer old in jnesS4QO per gallon 10 lwit 11 5II5 ejn f2 50 u 5t i 3 r New Whisky SI 80 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SN7 1R1Y Prop Jd Joe niSI iIIpty McBrajer novlvr Anderson couniy Kv RIPANS Tabules Doctors find A good prescription For mankind The 5 cent packet IP enoueli fur jsnal occasions The family bottle cents contains n nupply for a year All drncRiets sell them J H Thompson a well known chi zetiof MillerebnrKdied In a Lexington o pital Diamonds f Watches 1 ClocksCutglass All kinds of Jewelry and Precious Stones of evry description These are Rome of the things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store If your watch or chick refuse to eo take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs reset tings takd it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be Gland in a first class Jewelry eMabllBhmnnt p to Lanes He is wellfixt d in these kind of articles L E Lane Jeweler and Optician Mops the Cengh and Works nZ tlw crt Laxative Bromo Quinine TratrFa 4pyPneeli 0 h L APPETITE AND MBITTALITT Nations of Intelligence sad Encrarj Are the OnccjTliat Spend Moat Monr on Food It has been demonstrated by those who have investigated the subject that the people who eat are the peoples who get on anti do things People who have large appetites It says have become the chief nations In the world and the nature of ttie food consumed bears a reiatlon to the character of the con sumers V The argument expressed form indicates in ponce the mount ex pended a head each day for fjood and the annual exports in pounds sterling United States r9 2fOOQOM United Klngdom28 fflOOftOOOFrancItaly 9f M000000 The American leads the world as 8j meat eater with three pounds a week the Briton follows a clos second with a little more than two pounds and a half the German consumes a little less than the Briton and theiR tsslan con sumes one pound while the Italian must perforce eke out rjls scant half pound with large supplies of macaroni and black bread and garlic The argu ment has a plausible look says the Chicago Chrqnlcle but let us not forgot that he finest speclments 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 potatoesand milk chiefly skimmed and black bread and very little of any of them And there Is the sturdy Scot who scarcely knows the taste of meat but makes his way In all climes and under all conditions though he springs from an ancestry that subsisted on oatmeal HOW A TRAMP SAWED WOOD Sonmli of nard Work loosed from Shed Dnt Sticks Were Left HeforerHarry Sanderson manager for Tony Pastor who lives at Cranford N J not feeling particularly weH took a day off recently and remained at home From the window of his library says the New York Herald he observed a trams entering his gate and he walked down to the rear door to meet him It was thi old storys request for a meal Having ia load of nnsawed wood in the shed he told the fellow that if he got to 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 thesound of vigorous sawing was heard stick after stick parting nn 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 life 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 Vice Inebriated Find Little Comfort In the Weed The prevalent idea that drinking and smoking are companion vices is al together wrong said a physician who has made a special study of dipsomania according to the Philadelphia Record I find on the contrary that the habit ual 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 n th- Ing for tobacco tor then it has last its foce and its induence upon his nerves JGf course I mean in extreme cases On the other hand It Is a rathercuri ous fact that 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 ha 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 sllght est Idea of the Information he Is send ing for he transmits only numerals It is very different however with the receiver of the message at the otherend as he must have a code dictionary and after each message la received must translate It writing each literary char acter In the place of the numeral that stands for The Only Titled Mute SIr EvelynArthur Fairbairn is the only subject of King Edward who bears a hereditary title and was born deaf and dumb A tall 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 hie own Sr 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 afflicted as he la himself Graceful WeiciA Deslra lor a Perfect Figure tateifallefrom a Lou ol la Beautiful The scent of the violet or rose is M precious as the lovely flowers whose breath they are and while the lives of enjoythemthe pleasure of her fragrance to us as a The soft fragrance purityhealthand gnodtasteBRADFIBLDS Regulatorinpermits of no nriiitles pale cheeks or tortured nerves and shapeless figures Itfe Natures remedy The aro t Kay offer goedbutcetved and permanent injury may result lOurINf MMflO KSUUTM M AlUMH tw i i StONes AT COST sr Whave one or two AirTight Heating Stores that we will close IX out at cost for cash Please bear in mind that we are sole agents for the celebrated Stud baker Wa grcan sell you one of our wagonsjfor what yqu would pay for an inferior rnake Come in a examine our line Before buying Tin Roofing Guttering and Repair Work a specialty Satisfaction guaranteed ARBUCKLE SIMMONSif Agents for Majestic Rangesthe best thats made rAIso our large line ofd This means to you the best in world at cost less than New York cost Avail yourself of Come quick and make your selection Do not visit house when in t r tons11 a in I Take Tablets s vMMii9 This 1 r t FK A TEX t1 l r f GREAT DISCOVERY IHALtS TOne small rattle ofaalls Great Dfc cures kIdntiy and bladder roubleH moveS gravel diabetes emiuxl emieafoiis weaic and lame back hminiatiMin and aH irregularities of he kidneys Anil bla der in both men j and wntupnreiinlates bladder troubles n cbildrru Ifnot sold by your drug iBt will be sent by rnall on Receipt of tl One bottlttiis two montho reatmentand cirftany case above Mentioned Dr E ly Hall sole man Irugsist and Ofen McKee Merchant Richmond Ki READ TRIG Richmond Kv Feb 9 1902l Dr E W Hall SiLouisbloDear- iir I have risPtl tine bottle of the Texas Wonder Hall Great Discdv ryor kidney and bladder trouble I weiftbed 150 pounds a lien I began URinz ih to day I weigh 176 pounds and I PUh There are who would lot lake boodloif tliey had no thence Gorman Cant Come Frankfort Ky JJarch 9Senator Arthur PGorman will not address Kentucky legsslatur Chairman Al verson of the committee which sent the Invitation Thursday received a letter from the conveying his regrets Judge Stout Adjudged Insane Willlamsburg Ky March 4Judge S V D Stout whtt has been police judge of this city for the past three years has been adjudged insane and sent to the Lakeland asylum He served three years in the confederato army l Suit For Jackson Ky March 4A sensation was developed here Thursday when Hargis by his father James Hargis flIed suit in the Breathitt cir cult clerks office for 5000 against a newspaper published In Lexington libel NotedBrood Mare Dead Lexington Ky jMarch 4The noted brood mare imp MaTourneen by Bar calllne Jeydene by Albert Victor owned by James B and F P Keene died at Castleton stud from slipping a foal to the great horse Disguise II Representative Clark Improving Paducah Ky March 4 Representa tive W a Clark is Improving slowly aad the bandages have been removed from his eyes by the doctors He can see but not wen sad is also suffering from small risings OB the lace Purchased e Paynter1 Home Greenup Ky March 4Robert E Lee Wilson of the Greenup Milling Co has purchased the magnificent pools of Judge T H Paynter on Mala street Judge Paynter will reside per manently in Frankfort The terms are prlvata fly Totacco Deal Versalllee Ky March 4TlJ COB pound r There are nearly 270 dWefest nite taw te U UatUd Ktefdow 1 n y i i We are Badly Overstocked in our Clothing Department We Have Too Per Cent Offon every Overcoat and Suit in our house FOR CASH ONLY We are determined to give you the full benefit of our sale in season and not wait until the season is over Jl This includes our Alfred Benjamin Cos Suits and Overcoats Youths childrens Clothing clothing the and this opportunity fail to our Lexington LQIIIS Si GUS Leading Clothiers n cJo Cure Cold One Day Laxative Bromo Quinine aiwameuizmonss signature WONDER Avery small will blotlend yfirsulIlJpfnl1y7JIu nflicehyVfilfirs the Libel Beach for Ju4g ParI rarrP Stoves jI Many Clothing 25 STRAUS jUih CtTes Crip in Two Days on every bore 25ce EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IL4coaroaArsa ofthisSouthernIJUnolsK quickandsatlsfpeople of this greet section of the country t We solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Equipments rand facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL J W HUNTER0 JRresident S Cenl Manager Setfy Jt Trea r l R 8tANTON DEALER IN Coal Feed Salt Sand Lirr Cement Plaster Hair Etc Comer Main and B Streetsapr3111y Phone b aLLsVEGETABLE SICILIAN0 dltoIOll B r H4CKELFO D CO Have 1 loadsfHEADQUARTERS o AMERICAN FIEF iHiD HM F2NCE Made of large strong high grade ltael Jfehheavily gal vaniz d fl niply provides for expansion and cunt Is ir ctiC1lIy cv r Ipgting Never goes wronno matt r how great train is rut opi hogs1ndEVERY l40D OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED b the owttso stay The price will advance in 60 days IBI8h8C olford Co 0 a t 7 b I 4i f t IThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAR 9 1904 r L I Til Tath Ar No Cincinnati and Lrrinrt Lv I24t pm too Exess llU1th bound 1946 p NoS Clnoiti and Livlng 125 p m ton Expreu north bound 155 pm No 4 Cinnatl sad Livings 8i5 a m ton Express north bound 350 am No 5 Clnnsti and Livings 1105 p m ton Ex south bound 1105 pm No 10 Stanford and Maya villa Accm north bound 810 a m May720ym pirNoland Accm south bound i20am No 22 Richmond and Stan 430 p m ford nort und AinttratoriAdmiuistrator h B J T Harris I offer for sale on March 17th 1904 It s tate residence on the Boggs lane or riHu fronting on said road 84 fret and running back an equal width 335 feet At the same time and place I will offer Three Nice Building Lots Said Iota adjoin the residence and hav tlifhHine frontage and depth These leas contain the best bodv of brick diet Madison county flnfficient for mak iiis 2000000 brick Fur the benefit of ihi ptoperty road about 34 feet front on Rig PikA running eonth along i r west side of H B Dilliuuham property about 350 feet to the properly described above will be to the purtbaaer provided said property te us a whole othrwise tills wild will lie wild separately Thin property will be SttheTERMS Onethird cash the hal HIIKI in two equal payments of HJX ant twelve mnntiiH with 6 pr rent interest Lien reserved fur unpaid purchase money SamI Rice Admr loig Torn Chenault Auctioneer February 12 1004 frasa Bros MAIN STREET PHONE 165 FRESH Groceries AGENTS FOR 8oquetFIour- tLakeside Peas a 20c a Can Louisville Atlantic HihouL DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or versalllesLawrenceburK1Shett 1Op B0i a For Irvine und Beattyvllle 130 p m TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From LouUrllle Lexington and I ll54amCincinnati 8iCrmFrom Irvine and Beattyvilie 1085 pm H R SMITH O F P A KRRichmond Ky tor Salt A new cotiae consisting of four nit+ rooms and hall front and back parch nice front and back yard and a gesl cistern The house has just bet completed hence has never been occu pied For particulars call at this office if No prayer can rise on wings of pre tense l TO CTniE A COLD IN ONE DA TabletsAilJails to cure E W Groves signature on each box 25 cents Announcements To the Veins of tie fifth ppeliHe Court hid of Kectntky I AM a candidate for Judge of artC of Appeals from this District subject to the action of the Democratic party As Circuit Judge it be came my duty to try a number criminal cases which have becom- epartof a the States history and at 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 Constitution as well as to construe the present Constitution whenever a con trqversy gross as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the do kets of my court touching the right of corpora tions and the exercise of franchises under thelaw How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances left to yob to deter- mIne I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which Ias e IVeryJAMES E CAN TRILL tf John D CarrollinA Candidate for Appellate judge in Ibis District Hon John D Carroll of New Castle one of the best known lawyers in thn State has announced as a candidate for Appellate Judge in this district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Carroll friends error ally in the legal profession have for a long time desired to see him n the bench of the highest court in theState He grhonorhimself with credit When unite a young man he served two terms in the Legislature was a member of the Con tintthree commissioners appointed by tin Governor to revise the statute laws ol the State to conform to thn changer made by the constitution and was tor three years chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee HH is the Pditorof Carrolls Kentucky Codes of Practice and Carrolln Kentucky IRtntfs lawbookh that are in pen Ml use and that may he found in the oilier 1of every lawyer in the State A man of hijjli integrity great industry with an extensive and accurate knuwbdgH of the law and in the prim of life hi s large circle of friends believe he would make a splendid JudgolTrllllhlt Democrat tf FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to nnnounde Hon D I itCongressofDemocraticsolicited FOR OUNTY ArTUBNEY We are authorized to announce W K Attonletlp HCROOKEsubject to the action of the Democratic party WBHACKELFORDacandidate B t inofFOR SUt RIFF JNORILLARDaandldatefordheriCof W DemocratIcWe are authorized f announce B B Million eftjeMCOYERL lJemocrUcpartyF R J IfFR PtfRNSMadison count subject to tbe action of theDemocratic party flDERINOERcounty subject to ihe action of the Democraticparty DORIOO9aaaaodldate a DemocraticWe lire authorized to announce N B JONKS anblectWe are authorized to announce B DOZI subJeROacandttateforjailerofMadison se b partymmTAYLOR authorized to announce MORGAN a candidate for Jailer of Madisoncounty sublet to tbe action of the Damocn tic are authorized to Announce PETER G Madlsollcountpoly We are ant orized to announce ANDERSo xLAKES of Speedwell ns a candidate for actofJKENNEDYcnuntsublectWe are authorized to announce BUCK MadisonCountic Party tlt e are authorized to announce JR PARSE coupuf TRILLcounty subject to tile action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce W NadicountypartyY COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT BEItcount xubject to actionottbelkmolxatlopsny We are authorized to announce BEN SuperintendenPublic tai partyWe Jot N BuperlniendentI1h of tothe action of the Democratic puny ASSESSORhe BAKERofDemocraticpart DUNNato the action of the Democratic part OWe are authorized to announced B Madlcountycratic party KeRhlckyStak News MaN ZX IHii IN THE LCQI UATURE K flutlon to investigate xpsI4wru- If Ccmmteclener of Agriculture Frankfort March 2SenateIn the senate Tuesday Senator Cammack offered a resolution stating that the re port of the state commissioner of agri culture showed there had been a reckless expenditure of the money set apart for that office In the years 1902 and 1903 and providing for a committee to investigate the expenditures The resolution was unanimously adopted Bills passed The house bill carrying out the provisions of the amendment to the constitution voted last fall as to license taxation In firstclass the house bill regulating the of fertilizers the house bill to correct an error In the statute relating- to licenses to hotels that operate bathrooms Senator Spence introduced a l providing for a pension fund for disabled or retired policemen secondclass clues House The house passed the senate bill appropriating 3000 annually for additional clerical assistance In the auditors office The Joint session of the senate and house convened at noon and the following was the vote in the state librarians race Miss Pauline H Hardin dem 101 Miss Pearl Hindman rep 20 For prison commissioner Qeo V Green dem 93 Henry S Howes rep 23 Sena tors Burham and Shadoan republic ans voted for Miss Hardin on the ound of personal friendship SHINERS AND REVENUE MEN Unconfirmed Rumor That a Battle Raped Between Them Owingsville Ky March 2An unconfirmed rumor reached here Tues day night that a battle was waged Tuesday in the mountains of Knott county between moonshiners and rev rumorIers were killed and Jack Combs TheIdeputy marshal was reported killed The report has not yet been definitely confirmed GUY M DEANE LOCATED The Missing Man Is in Wao Tex In Good Health Waco Tex March 2Guy M Deaae of Owensboro Ky Is here In good health visiting relatives Mr Denne politely declined to talk to reporters Tuesday night as It was late before Ury Jrr ted himiHis absence las caused uneasiness j to those of his friends who did not butHare said to have been sent by wire and mall Juror King Acquitted Cynthlana Ky March 2After be- Ing out 20 minutes the Jury in the case cf exSberiff Jap King Juror the JettWhlte feud trial who was a cured of perjury returned a of not guilty It was charged King prior to the trial had expressed opinions in the case and that nibsticHurtubound Illinois Central passenger train yardons gineer of Louisville was killed Fireman Jack Jones of Louisville escaped with bones broken and crush ed Conductor McKInney received fa tal Injuries The Legislators Dined ctrlEzens as a appreciation of the state pride of the present legislature whlcji prompted It to provide the funds for a new and modern state house gave the legislature a dinner at the Capital hotel Tuesday night E D Thompson Rearrested Paducah Ky March 2 Released February 2 E D Thompson was rested in Marshall county and lodge in jail here on the charge of passing counterfeit 20 bills an issue on the First national bank at Mayfield New evidence has been found against him Shot His Wife Then Himself Richmond Ky March 2 William Turner a farmer who lives In Need more a settlement in the southern part of this county shot and fatally wounded his wife Tuesday and turned the weapon on himself His wife la not expected to live Appealeduthreatened with lynching Lawrence D Willis under sentence for the murder of his uncle Lieut Johnson was yPikebeen appealed Death of Joseph Rhlnock Sr toCovington Ky March 2Joseph Rhlnock father of exMayor Rhlnock passed away peacefully Tuesday morn- Ing at the St Elizabeth hospital aged 92 years Mr Rhlnock came to Amer- Ica when 15 years old locating In Owen county An Aged Couple Marries Ityslateroed of here Both have great grandchildre n The bride is quite feeble ILLlISCEIITRISLRIIILRflliO Cheap Oneway Rates to California the NorthwestMarch J to April 30 J904 Great Reduction in Oneway and Roundtrip Rates to Indian and Oklahoma Territories and Texas March 15 J 904 Excursion tickets daily to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Farming in the South The of the Illinois Central R R Co is leaning raieingILouisiana Every Farmer or who will forward his name and address to the will be free Circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive others as they urn from month to month For through rate tickets and rates free of of Cuba and New apply to nearest rail road agent or P W D P A- Louisville Ky Home Seekers Excursions at Very LOW RATES to many points In the following territory Ailiona Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Iowa Inn n Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Oklahoma youth Dakota Texas Utah Wliconaln and Wyoming over t- heBig Four RouteSelling Dates February and 16 March 1 and 15 April 5 and 19 1904 For full information and particulars at to rates tickets limit stop over privileges etc call on Agents Big Four Route or addres the undersignedJ Gen Southern Agent WARREN J LYNCH Q P T A Cincinnati Ohio noves a es thetIslandrFrtsco Systems Are von interested If so pet ami take advautxce If the lowest rate eve ninde to AtkansHS Texas Indian Hint Oo tahoma Territories Ticket on all from Memphis St Louis and Jhirvgo March 1st and 15th April 5th and 19th Iall on your ticket agent or add refS H I McGUIRE District Pass Ajt Cincinnati Ohio The Pacifc CompanySt Louis Iron Mountain South ern Railway Co Trne Southern Route to California is via the Iron Mountain Route the only line running Pullman Drawing Room and Tourists Sleepers from St Loris without change to Los An geles and San Francisco Quick tim nod uptodate service Dining Car meals a la carte Low rates in effect after March 190i to California and points Round trip Home Seekers gild one way colonist rates to the West mid Southwest at greatly reduced rates effective first and third Tuesdays each month Information cheerfully furnished Call on or address A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut street Cincinnati Ohio = Unusual Low Rites In effect hy the Missouri Pacific Rai way February 16 March 1 and 16 only S8 5o for second raises tickets S Louis to all points in Indian and Oklahoma territories By Iron Mountain Route only S10 from St Louis to all points in Texas East of Amarillo F Worth San Angelo Antonio A ice and Galveston Also to certain points in Louisiana Rates to points on direct lido not to be higher Call on or address A A Gallagher DP A 419 Walnut St Cincinnati O Secial Low One way and Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Passenger Department Homeeeeker undersigned mailed atria published copies folders descriptive Orleans address HARLOW ready nearest Missouri Railwa dThe intermediate San Intermediate 650 To Texas ONEWAY TICKETS From Memphis t VL Cotton Belt Route Feb 16 March J and J5 On the above dates tho Cotton Belt Route will sell one Wit colonist tickets from MewphU to points in Texas on and north of Cotton Belt Route reX arkatifc to McGregor and on and east of G Coh S F Ry McGregor to Gaines ville at the rate of sa 60 To points east of and including Ama rillo Qnanah Vernon Brownwood Brady San Angelo San Antonio Hcusion Galvfston Corpus Christi Rock port Alice Kerrville at rate of 8 Thi is the opportunity of your life to make a cheap trip to Texas Write at irformahmtHivecant to go how many tickets you will requires and the date you wish to start We will tell von exact cost of ticket from your townyour best route time of trains also send you map oithe Cot ton Belt Route L O SOHAEFFER T PA Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati O Low Settlers Rates Southeast Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES 16yThe rate is a little more than half fare one way or round trip Now is the time to get a home of your own while land is cheap The Southwest offers the greatest induce ments to hnmesedkersa mild equable climate short pleasant winters look growing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfalfa cotton fruits and vegetables of nearly every description ecan be had at prices ranging from 5 soilsand improvements Take advantage of some of the abov dates and see this great country for yourself If ypu will write ns where yon want to go we will tell you the exact cost of your ticket and eend yon maps de findIWrite today to L 0 Schaefer T P A Cotton Belt Route Cincinnati 0 or ALCotton Belt Route St Louis Mo Following Special Rites in Flied via L N tOne wan Colonist to the Southwest February 16 March 1 and 15 april 5 and 19 also to Kansas and Missouri on sumo dates aW Hamilton Agent Success may sometimes come unexpectedly but work alone can hold It