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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 28, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 ric1904122801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 28, 1904. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1904 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. g u1iii L w ir A THE RICHMOND CLIMAX IGLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28 1904 NUMBER 321II PHONE 80 celebrated unequaied Kentucky otherlarticles should E C WINESDRUG + +I are determined to make you ioy I + 7fYfII We are determined shaH know I Merits our Goods Ever department in our completely loaded with the best goods that money can buy to offer for e are much larger stock in all lines than ever before TfWe never to offer greater gains than now extend tQ a orc1mlF invitation to see Show YO quality of goodsthe Pvk the Th talking II Our line oFSilks Dress Goods Waistings etc never so complete and at prices much lower than Flannelettes and Outings 5 6 14 7 12 8 12 and JOc are better values than ever offered before All kinds of Colton fabrics at rock bottom prices iHosiery Underwea Blankets Quilts etc at prices please the See our Mercerized Petticoats at 49 7598c 125 and h 2 Readytowear Dress Skirts 75c to 7o v I Cloaks and Furs astonishinglylow1l Suts and Overcoats Boots and Shoes Save money by esoming ourline before buyirg that Suit or Overcoat fort yourself or boy You make a mistake unless you see our Raincoats at 10 tl25015 hold to that old fogie idot that a general store cannot sell GOAD SHOES We carry the nest factory lines to be had You niinot bi 7ter than the D M Fine Soes for Ladies at 2 to f360 Watson Plummers Red Scho ajfcs children have no equal Tho famous J E lilt and Selz Royal Blue Shoes for men 350 to 5 canot bo excelled fjr style cimfirt anl weir Tya pair We will assure you satisfaction Yours to please LACKEY AND HAMILToN L F 7 7Fmffi m How To Keep Warm Is one of the qaestioos that will soon confront our people as fall weather is upon m The surest WV to keep a com fortable house is to purchase one of thH belters from ci TAYLOR f whose superb line of Stoves and Heaters is by any house in Central You will find there also a complete stock of Farming Utensils Guttering and that be found in a firatclass hardware store Also sole agents for the Old Hickory Wagons STOREi 71 We IkiF you the of y store is the pricesiW carrying were prepared bar We you call and us Let Us the our viii do were elsevhere to t i Dont u Jones LitUo oqsn5hot for s 7571 ffiTrA trORNEYS R M MILLER ATTORSBTATLAW RICHMOND EBXTUCZT Office n the Bnrnsm Building next door to inners National Bant febSly J A StIIV4ATTRNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op oosito Court House on Main Street 0 D1 OHENlULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKVTIIOKY Office on Second street over Chen nits groce- ryTL2S9N h ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSBLLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY nraceln John Bennetts old law offlce over Perry A Thomas drug store DKS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thr Dr Uotaon building MatnStreet Be sure your meat is salted down with J Q Dickerpons celebrated ilCnnawa salt the best thats made Covinctnn Arnold Rro sole a rftnts n Chronic Catarrh Cured Your rirnueiftt absolutely jriiarant Huiwns rn nrrh Cure to cure nnv cuseof rnfarrh anti lie will refund von oripaAItains no narcotic and the only ca tarrli OIITP old on n positive trunrantp 3unB ns Catarrh Cure No urpN Par Price 00 cents For sale by B L Mldjlelton 1m Mntton hami can be smoked just thp same hogsComforting Words Many a Richmond HooscholJ Will Find Them So To hays tlv pains and nphpR of 111111 hack removal to h nntinly trp from annovine liancTouB nrinnrv disordpio Is Annnirh to mxV nnv tUnpv suffer pr erntpfnl To fell how thtK great rhanirp Ian bp hroiiuht nhoiit will nrovp rom fortinjr words to linndrndnof Richmond rpndprs J O Kaufman of IflflRonth Ilpppr strppt Lexinetonf Kv stock buyer nrd hnfchpr TWIIl lall up Rom timp ao with kiilnpv fmplnint roulrt neither sit hA or Htan l comfortnlilv of account of hacVsrlip l A1110 fncHimtlnt to trnnsnct hnQlnpAnnrlWilli nn hp to ret arivfhine to cbpck thp tronWp Ipt alono euro It Oomplninincr to n frlpn l one rlav shoot mv 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at R O Stocktons Imp 7ore ni IiIOpenIThOwenDav- eiporii and Bed Com ijbinedJ Only Davenport made which contains a genuine bed separate bed SpringS reraor able mattress 41 conceal 4in the back Bed made up In Lhe morn In ready for use If your dealer does not carry U send direct Vrlte for catalog The P T Owen Company 1BeaMveC- 1nV IAN 9RI0 ti 1 L S E ED- TIME afe experienced farmer has learned that some grains require far different soil than Qthers some crops need differ enthandling than others He knows that a great deal depends upon right planting at the right time and that the soil must be kept enriched No use of complaining in summer about amis- take made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted fge best time to reme dy wasting conditions in the human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evidence of loss cf flesh Scotts Emulsion should be taken imme diately There is noth ing that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly than Scotts Emulsion It nourishes and builds up the body when ordi nary foods absolutely failWe tfOt seniyoa a SAmPle free Be sure that this picture in the form of a label Is on the everybottle you buy SCOTT C BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK Soc and i all druggUta FOOTBALL INSANITY A PKOJUiTENT TRAINER SAYS PLAYERS HAVE DELUSIONS Long Continued Physical and Nervous Strain Causes Aliment Similar to Softening of the Brain Minds Given to Wandering Football players according to Jere De laney trainer of Northwestern university eleven are subject to an ailment similar to softening of the brain which leads not only to the making of peculiar statements but causes strange actions which sometimes are amusing The exact cause of the trouble Trainer Delaney says heis unable to fathom He declared however that it results more from the long continued physical and nervous strain to which the men are Hubjected during the three months of rigid training which they are forced to undergo than from the blows kicks and bumps they receive on their skulls dur ing games Only at rare Intervals during the foot ball season is a candidate for a univer sity team allowed any real recreation His mind constantly Is concentrated on the theories and facts of the game which are pounded Into him by his coaches and trainers Delaney has had considerable experience with athletes both In the east and In the west and it Is from his close ob serration of their behavior he says that his conclusions are deduced- It always has been my aim he said not only to keep the mens bodies infighting trim but watch their mental condition and to see that they are not Inclined to let their thoughts wander to strange Imaginary subjects when the are at rest It is known that every player of the game fights his games over and over again In his dreams but only the who are In the closest touch with the players Js It recognized that they are given to constant day dreaming during which they make strange motions as if struggling with an Imaginary opponent According to Delaney the athletes arc given to almost childish methods of play when at rest An Instance related by the trainer was of a man who during more than an hour poured over a map of the United Stat s drawing lines with his Index finger and Imagining he was traveling over the country which hi finger crossed From Chicago to Philadelphia to see old Penn play mused loud then a trip to Bostongee Its along tripto see Harvard But theres no game so lets go to the seashore Rah foraswlm t Wow Its too blasted cold Then ho drew his finger back 200 Imaginary miles before he could check his flight from the icy waves Many more Instances are elated b Delaney but he did notlaugh our them On the contrary he says he constantly Is scheming to relieve the minds of the men so that they will ptay normal and not be subject to the weird processes of aI mild form of Insanity caused by tho steady diet of football football an nothing else HURT BY LACK OF SLEEP Unique Suit for 810000 and Attempt- to Break Lease of fashionable House Bring Out Queer Story The suit of a young married pall against the proprietor to break the lease of a handsome house in Paris has developed a novel bit of evidence In which a fashionable dressmaker posed prac ically as a medical expert M and lime Durand entered the house alter their honeymoon only to find sleep Impossible alter four oclock In the morning when a score of hungry horses In an adjojlnlng building caused a fearful row while awaiting breakfast Ten thousand dollars damages are also demandedTo the effect of loss of sleep on her nervous system Wme Durands i dressmaker submitted the following measurements Before taking tnenouse Waist 59 centimeters after 55 hips before 105 after 91 buat before 97 after 89 The court refused to decide whether noise or matrimony was ra fiponsible for the change in the meas menu and the young couple lost their Call at Garrison WlitesnfnrS- tockYnrdelorI9uzblack cake Inprov uients t 14dec2t I INI j Fib THE ELIXIR OF LlFE Poison Squad of University of Mlch GinsengIprovers PoisonDrinking society are engaged In the most fascinating and greatest drugproving experiment ever attempted in this country They are eating ginseng the Chinese superstition plant and already the medical world is assured that glngseng Instead of bains merely a 3000yearold superstition is one of the most powerful drugs in existence Chinese stories of gingsengs potency are many bu already with Michigans experiment only half finished one of the most improbable of these has been practically verified It Is said that in China a man of over 60 who appears to be sinking Into his second childhood is given a large dose of glngseng Ha Is said to break out In bolls for a time showing that the stuff heats up his blood For a period of time averag ing about two years his second child atImostNone of the Michigan provers hoe taken sufficient ginseng to renew his youth but already the 20 boys In the experiment here say that they have felt in a mild degree all the symp toms which the Mongolians claim for the drug The ginseng plant from which this drug comes used to be very common In this part of the country But the lums paid for It by the Chinese be MUSC of the fact that in China ginseng alslng Is a government monopoly has made ginseng the rarest and richest of American crops It Is now cultivated only In private gardens and this tall there are only about 50 acres of ginseng in the United States The dried roots today market for J12 a pound The seeds bring close to 100 a pound and since they are very heavy one bushel of ginseng seeds Is worth about 3000 INDIANS STARVE IN DESERT Endure Hardships on Reservation Compelled at Times to Fight Vul tures for Their Prey San Diego CalA pitiful story of hunger and destitution and of patience and faith in the ultimate consideration of a kind government are brought from the eastern mountains of this county by men who have been investigating the condition of the Indians on the government reservations near Campo Indian Agent Charles E Schell of Pala and Charles F Lummis the an thor and editor of Out West have spent six days among the redmen The gist of what they found Is harrowing enough to send a shudder through the countryOn five reservations near Campo on tho edge of the desert there are at the present time nearly 200 Lndlans not the dirty vicious untutored beg ging creatures who Infest the transcontinental railroad stations but bard working Intelligent farming people who cultivate every possible square inch of the practically worthless land reserved for them by the nationINo rain has fallen to planted and there Is no water at hand for irrigating No large reserve food supply Is ever possible and the unfortunates are now subsisting chiefly upon acornsUnless relief comes said Lnmmls all the Indians will be dead before New Years div Such emaciation such patient suffering among old and young alike I have never seen before and never want to see again These Indians loathe putrid flesh yet such Is their extremity that when they see VUI tures devouring any animal that has been killed they scare the birds away and eke out their larder with the flesh They also go out and catch rats and mice and eat them CANINE IN CABLE SUBWAY Dogs Whines Puzzle Pedestrians Un til Cabby Comes to the Rescue- BaltimoreA handsomely dressed woman stood In front of the blologlcal building Johns Hopkins university- i and attracted considerable attention Sht looked first to one way and then another and appeared to be trying to trace a sound which she heard but faintly She was evidently worriedI A cabby was driving slowly too seemed to hear something but he couldnt tell whence It came Ha reined in his steeds got down from his box and spoke to the lady whose visible bewilderment was Increasing with every minute Together they stood still and listened Then they moved slowly out Into Eutaw streets and stopped short at the car track The cabby got down on his knees peered Into the cable slot In the middle of the track Jumped up with a laugh and ran across the street to a carpenters shop The lady also peeped Into the slot and then looked after the cabby with an expression that meant Hurry The cabby did hurry too He was back In an Instant with a large crow bar on his arm With this he pried- y open the manhole and as the lid was removed the most curious specimen of dogbood In Baltimore leaped out with a yelp turned around three like a homing pigeon and UmesI Eutaw street as fast as his could carry him dFJDdPetrllled Grain The drillers at work In a new deep well at Junction City Kan are finding all sorts of odd things Recently the drill penetrated astratum of what appeared to be petrified rye The grains were surprisingly like that cereal and some one has suggested that an anteglacial ele rator or storehouse has been discovered Holiday RateS via L t A On account of Christmas and New Yoar Holidays the L tc A will sell round trip tickets Dec 23 21 2Sand31 and Jail lat rate of ore and onethird ares limited for return Jan 4 1905 To students of colleges tickets will bo told Dec 17 to 22 Inclusive good for return Jan 8th For further informa ti m call on Mt Hacker Agt 100 Fee tort Annual drUmds The money paid for a Coles Original Hot Blast Stove is saved in fuel each winter The Ore Is never out in this wonderful stove and you dress a warm rooms every morning What more can be asked of a stove Burns soft coal hard coal wood cobs and Jrash Avoid imitations claimed to be just 85 good U B Shackpjfbrrr Co Gordon i Reed Rubber Staff- liMaker9llmaxofce r 1t J JcII r COR MAINn FIRST I i1 srOff1ijs co fine Clothe6 MKer BAlTiMORE NEW YORK purcnased only price prove make friend COKED 8entpoKp4id peroanoKip REMEDY Cincinnati 10000 years Deposit story Estill outbuildings particulars BI Busy Bee Cash The kind that you in the j Thats the kind clothing sell is by Schloss Bros Co Correct Clothes Makers HANDTAILORED throughout- It lines and to hold its shape In linings buttonholes and the finishing garment fully the merchant ard and than muchof the The picture prosperous suit that business and wear At low X2 t Our Great End Sale closed Saturday December 17th and we have just opened up NEW GOODS in every department You wouldnt know store to see Everything new everything and all ready for Old Santa 0 1 1 U a y S llJJllo- n all new goods in sell out up before the holidays are over buy anything in Dry Goods Clothing Furnishing Toys Notions Carpets Hats Shoes etc until you have heard the low cash prices we are naming all our new stuff O and CO 9 kt RICHMOND KENTUCKY We onr vehicles to sell Iud it you will call and pet ce will this assertion and of you an everlasting and custo mpr tf R L AUdk iff Prop JEEPOALNoVI075 WEAK HEX Youhnil or Strain Drh Loot rf Enntr uul ItaUUiia Ys Pli riu ratline MMhwxl buiim os up Erkb the Ktmrn the raoie Suit RMlu tlAlawru HUM Soldonljbvuiu JEBPOAIj CO sos Lincoln Inn Courts 0 554 pecII tot e44 Rt ifelII j isther L I Cheapest One fieorb- urglarymay you of valuables vtorthaoywhere bptwef S10 nd One rent of a SAC Box costs youSS Which Is the cheapestState Bank IIrot sale A nice two frame residence in Irvine ndjoiniiiK Springs proper ty The contains seven rooms with all necessary For call on or address J BrnndHis Panola Ky 7cpT4ur Store Helps on I WorIdisof we It made I It is is cut on the newest particularEveryso made as collars all details of each is up to tailor stand a sight better merchalltltailoringshows a lookingffor iilenceso a price as 14 Loom the it now fresh Claus the order to them Clean Dont Goods on deprive residence to Windings lor them The M B Parrish School of Phon oRraplv Hobson Building Laest in trnctinn positions secured for pupils tf Your meat will never spoil If J Q DIckersons celebrated Kanawa salt is used Covington Arnold Bro sole agents Some fine O I C and DurocJer 4ey Hoars gilts antI pips at reasonable prhes Address John M Vheelei Winchester Ky 7dec 1mI ii WebaveputverylowprieesII IIIhaventw OlDIIAM i4Christmas ror Salt A number of mammoth Bronze Tur keys as breeders Verv large hone anil fine markings voun Tome weighing Nov152O to 25 pounds young hAilS 15 to 13 pounds Sold singly in pairs in trios to suit purchaser Try one more they will improve your flock Satisfaction guaranteed Prices on ao plication BEVERLY BROADUUS nov23 3moTaIIey View Ky HERE AGAIN Ready to serve your wants in anything desired in the Butcher Business My constant endeavor has always been to please my patrons and to do this I slaughter only the best Cattle Sheep and Hogs that can be procured My stock oi Cured meatsis purchased with the greatest care and has always given perfect satisfaction It is yet some weeks until hog killing but desire now to state that I have every facility for this work and will appreciate any business in this line I carry in season VEGETABLES FISH AND OYSTERS as well as all kinds of Produce Give me a trial order and I will prove my sincerity to serve you promptly and reliably John AllmanMain StreetMcKee corner Telephone 113 When you need Up=to=Date I or or Job Work ii 1Com to this 9you will get it II 1TiURNITURE1r Winter Is now approaching and It is now time for fall cleaning I Every housewife wants something new to brighten up tho dreary days that arc soon to come A piece of new Furniture a prettyPictnre or a nice Rug Wo handle all kinds of house furnishing goods tram tho smallest piece ip to the massive Bed Room Suites Our line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers Rags a Jarga lnof odd Rocking Chairs and everything that will make a homo cfzy and comfortable tCbmeand Inspect our big stock Special attention Is called to our Unde takingDepartmentI Ws OLD HAM+ 1f 1 1L 11 c iP wil t ssse s a ssseae ss cC e e J n H n n n n eh49 ig Something a S S ic T tcetS S S S Fore F o SI 511iI XMASIo S a a The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED IVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated un J J ORHNAULftPreIdentD MILLERBdltor A Manager PRICE 100 PElt YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY DEC 28 1904 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For RAresentt1ve- a W inuit FftrntyJUtIgeN Fffl Oeunty Attorney It H CROOKB Per Sheriff f B BROADDUS For Oeuntf Oterk JBSSE COBB For Jail r BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAUBRS For Snt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coronwr ROBT L BtUGBRSTAFF Un AT Louisville Judge Evans sent two negro women to jail at the governments expense to insure their appearance in the spring to testify against the policemen and negroes under indictment for inter fering with an election The women will be paid 1 a day and expenses while held in custody it being the first time that the Federal Court has taken advantage of a statute permitting the con finement and payment cf witnesses THE Louisville Times aptly says By all means consider Caleb Powers in connection with Christmas but also re member Wm Goebel the youngstatesman whose career was cut short by the assas sins bullet and whose murder has not been avenged and pray that exact justice no more no less shall be lone I CFBfOMCo LEXINGTON KY Browers New Year Resolutions 1The best resolution you can make and stick tois to put an upto date piece of furniture or a new carpet in the place of that delapidated old one that has perhaps served you faith fully but nevertheless is now penjsien list F And where to get these homer brighteners and beautifiers W At Browers of course ii r tfiBrowerACo 1MAflS AND BROADWAY 1Ylt1ir I IlAtFji t v I5m 5 5 n2nmeu2mS S s itiiti t t s t t 1aa Hi We have just receiveda a v new line of Silk and Linen a Handkerchiefs Mufflers 0 S a Ties Socks Shirts Collars a a a Cuffs Gloves Cuff Buttonsa Stick Pins and also the a Ji newest line of ladies and gents House Slippers in a 1I- a town I eriLt zer U r1 hi661e H a a a Si a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa Iaaaa aaaaaaaaadaaaaaaaa SSu S ED BLANTON CO Lumber and Coal3- rd Street opposite L A Depot TEEEPHONE 425 Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announced OL ARENCE E WOODS candidate for Mayor of Rich mood xaliject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R EROB BRTS a candidate for City Attorney sub led to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce TBOS H AttorneysubjectFOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorlzed to announce JAMES B AILMAN a candidate for Chief of Police of the city of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce CLAUD DEVORE a candidate for the office of Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party HARIDINPolice of Richmond ObJect to the aotioa of the Democnlic party We are authorized to annOunce W M CREEK IOR a candidate for Chic of Police of Klcliinoml subject to the action of the Democratic party I hereby announce myself a candidate for Chief of Police of Richmond to the action of the Democratic party Having bail several years experience In this eapatity most of the time at a salary of m per month which the records will show I think that I am en titled to this office over any inexperienced candidate Pete Everett Berry FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEI O 8HBAHBR a candidate for Jailer of Madson county subject to the action of the Republican party THE Elizabeth town news says An intelligent public is rapidly learning to dis criminate between a newspa per that supports a party be- caUSE it wants the party to do something for it and the newspaper that supports the party because it wants to do something for the people The one is an interestedsup port and should be put Upon the same basis with the poli tician who desires the people to do some thing for him the other is like the politician who wants to do something for his country The road or rule of real eminence must be disinterestedness whether in politician or newspaper Sel fish interests make the politician a buttonholer and dem agogue and a newspaper a mendicant Unselfish interest makes the politician a statesman and the newspaper a leader The newspaper which dares to stand for the right because it is right regardless of public opinion has influence while the newspaper that is afraid to stand for the right on account of public opinion can command neither respect or influence An intelligent public is rapid lr learning to discriminate Between the two classes referred to IN making their report to Judge Parker the Fayette County Grand Jury last week recommended that some ac tion be taken in regard tir closing saloons on Sunday and the recommendatio made by the jury was that Hows his r Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Rk ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure RJ CHENEY CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years Rut believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry oat any tWestToledo O Waldlng Kinnan Marvin Wholesale druggists Toledo Ohio HallV CatarrH Cure Is taken internally action directly upon the blood and mucos surfaces of the system peibottleHulls Family Pills aretbfdol Jm t the license of each saloonkeeper embody a provision that said license be forfeited in the event that his place is kept open between the hour of midnight Saturday and four oclock Monday mornin rr In order to carry out this plan however it is necessary that the city council pass a ordinance placing such a provision in the license of each galoon keeper The jury presented en ordinace which if passed by the council shoulI- drrnedythis violation of the law A special dispatch from Fragkfort says W P Walton of Lexington who has just sold his paper in this cityithe Democrat to the Lexington Herald Company is here today with a view of starting a daily morning papqr at the capital Mr Walton did not include his printing plant in the sale of his Lexington paper and in the event of his location here will remove his plant to this city His new paper will be started shortly after the opening of the new year FOR more than fifty years a prominent figure in the affairs of his city and county Col J GCraddock editor of the Paris KentuckianCitizeu succumbed to an attack of pneumonia at the St Joseph Hospital in Lexington on Saturday List Col Craddock probably was one of the best known newspaper men in the State of Kentucky PERSONAL Dr T Park Gardner and mother Mrs 111 Gardner of Irvine worE here Thursday shopping Mr and Mrs T L Toddof Winchester are visiting Mr George B rodd and family near Speedwell Mr and Mrs Richard Clark of Cottonburg have rented the McSwain propertyon Fifth street and moved thereto for ensuing year Mrs H P Reid attended the funeral of her uncle Mr George W Brown in Paris Friday Mr William Bales of Cincinnati the guest of relatives here scv eral days last week Mr Wm Bybce attended the Patton Lane nuptials in Mt Sterling Monday Mr and Mrd Chas Adams are vis iting relatives and triends in this city and county x Miss Lucy Adams is visiting in Urk countv 0va1 MeCordof Seattle j Washington1 is the guest of Mr and Mrs Neale Bennett and other reln Ity r JICYurnedIasweek from hunting trip in Arkan sta Dr Jasper reports game plen tiful in that state where he and hia at successw Mr Ralph Smith of Cincinnati is visiting his sitter Mrs B H Luzon on Third street Mr Clyde Hart came down from Brush Creek Saturday and spent Sun daywltk his parents ColEC Park of Irviae spent Christmas In this city Mr and Mrs Thomas WilHaias pj Irvine and MJ arid Mrs ViI S itof Somerset kay wa tfwVjgaesf of 4iL r 7 3 tigershome MawithoutPectoral Parents know what it does for children breaks Cherry citPectoralup a cold in a single night4m wards off bronchitis pneumonia Physicians ad vise parents to keep it on hand ISi The bftit cough medicine money can I Cherry PPdaraL For the e ngh ChtILeIL nothlup could pnstbly be IeiteranJACOB SUTLU SC50CJIIM J c AYER co All I Mrrlt 1illfor ai Throat Lungs j ofAyersfectoral In up a Mr and Mrs Joe Oldham near Speed well3IMrs N B Turpin is visiting her daughter Mrs W S Williams in ParisE17thetrost in LexingtonofMisses Susan Phelps and Nancy Harris have returned to Lexington after a pleasant visit to Miss Mar garet Phelps Mr Clarence E Woods was wel corned home Thursday from Washington On Monday Mr Woods Itft for New Orleans where he will attend the annual convention of the flaternitvIMr John Jones of Chicago is the ArnoldIon avenue Mr and Mrs Z T Rice are spending the holidays with Mrs Rice lg parent In Lancaster General Passenger and Freight Agent H R Smith of the L A was in the city ThursdayfMts B B Million and daughters Misses Cecie B and Hattie Lee have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Lexington Little Miss Duncan Foster of Richmond was the charming guest of her aunt Mrs H H Hall last Friday She played a very interesting part in the Poor Peggy entertainment Winchester Sun Sentlnel ICo1 J P Lyon of Beattyville was in this city Thursday Mr S P Deatherage left Friday fQr Muskogee Indian Territory on a prospecting trip Mr Deatherage expects to locate at that point and if he succeeds in purchasing a faIm will move with his family about the mid die of January ofIare the guests of Misses Annie and Ellen Engle Mr B D Gordon spent Saturday and Sunday at his home in Nlcholas ville Mr And Mrs W H Shanks went up to Madison this afternoon to spend several days with Mr T E Baldwin and family Interior JournalIThe many friends of Mr and Mrs R A Woolums will regret to know that they will shortly move to Ver withiA necessitating his change of residence Mrs Joe Harris of Beattyville was the guest Monday of Mrs S L Mid kilT Miss Callle Adams is spending the holidays with her parents in Lancas ter MlssThompson Taylor of Lebanon TaylorMr and Mra Edward Schan are upending the holidays in Jefferson ville Ind Mrs A D Miller who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks i is greatly improved Mr Alex Denny is visiting his parents in Lancaster Deputy Sheriff James Bronston If spending the holidays with relatives in Hen y county Mr McKenna of Lexington is the guest of his daughter Mrs Richard McKee on the Summitt Miss Anna Bain of Lexington is visiting Miss Mablo Martin Mr Edward Stockton is visiting relatives Campbellsville LoganWhis family in this city Mr J Stone Walker is at home from Garden Citv Long Island to spend tbe holidays Mr L A Bratton of Sardis is the guest of his brothel Mr T Co Brat tonMr and Mrs Newton Combs of Lexington arc the guests of the lat ters mother Mrs James W Smith on tie Campus Misses Doric and Hattie Lctcbcr of Danville are spending Christmas at their home in taia city MATRIMONIAL TuuriNSiiiTH Mr Thomas Tur pin and Miss Mattie Smith were mar ned at the brideshome in this coun ty Wednesday afternoon Rev J W Crates officiating The groom is the only sin of County Judge Turpin and holds a position on the MrIaKdj prettiestsHid In this city was that performed by Rev W H Dodge in the parlor of Mi Hotel Glyndon on last Wvdnes daywhen tho liveaol Mr A Day of Columbia Ss and Miss Annie B McDonald of Powell county were united Captain Joe Harris and Dr McDonald of Beattyville accompa cityMrtwelve oclock train for their home in South Carolina BOGGSSIIEAREK Mr Wm Boggs of Rall House and Miss Cora Shearer ofWo were married In Winchester Wednesday last Rev T tar Iq j ofijciating The gjpom lsa prosperous farmer belonging to one jthe most respected families In ison county while his bride who a daughter of Mr and Mrs Rufus earer is a woman possessed of allII the traits that make a lovely woman y they live long and happily CAINCOKTIS Mr William Cain and Miss Chenault Curtis of College Hill were married Thursday by Elder A J Tribble at his residence near thiss y HAMBORTOX Last Tuesday Elder J Tribble officiated in the eere oriJe nnlth1t thu lives of Mr W B dkam and Miss Rattle Burton of the BrverPOWELL EADS Mr S L Powell d Miss Nancy Eads were united in mariiage at the brides home in thlt ci yotyceremony being performed by Rev Hugh McLellan The groom is a son Mr Frank Powell and holds a po sition with the J W Zaring Grain Mill Co The bride is a of M unrrivAXPAUKSBEUUV At the brides residence near Union Thursday Mr arnest Parks and Miss Mary T Ber were united in the holy bonds ol- atrimony by Rev Hugh McLellan this city The bride is the attractive daughter of Squire and Mrs J R Berry and is a young woman possessing all the traits required of perfect woinanhood Mr Park is a young farmer who numbers his friends by his acquaintance The CLIMAX joins a host of friends in extending Congratulations NOUUISPOWFU Rev HugL Mc Lellan oflicIated Thursday night at his residence on Lancaster arenuQ in the ceremunies uniting the lives of Mi Grant Norris and Mrs Ida Powell The contracting patties are well known in this city and county they both having come iu contact with our people almost daily Mr Norris IsJ a prominent farmer and stock dealer is a favorite with a large circle of friends His bride is a winsome young woman who enjoys the dis Unction of numbering her friends by tier acquaintance and will indeed be a helpmate to the man of her choice The happy couple left Friday morning for a visit to relatives in Illinois taking with them the best wishes of a host of friend- sGorrWnsoSThe Lexington Lead er of last Thursday contained the followingnotice of the marriage in that city of Mr W R Gott and Mis Etha Wilson The parlor of the Leland Hotel was the scene of a pretty wedding late Wednesday afternoon the contracting persons being Mr W Gott and Miss Etha Wilson promi nent young people of Richmond The ceremony was performed by Rev E G B Mann of the Methodist church in the presence of several friends and a number of guests of the hotel The attendants were Mr J H Hays of Burea and Miss Revena Gott sister of groom After spending the night at the LeLand the couple hit on the 1110 CO train Thursday morn Ing for Winchester where they will visit relatives before returning to their home in Richmond The gro m is a member of the firm of Gott Bros leading produce dealers of Richmond and is a young man of tine business ability The bride who is pretty blonde is the daughter of Mr L T Wilson a retired merchant of Richmond and a graudd lighter of the late Captain Wilson of Etll county who won immortal fame u der Grant by being the tirst man to plant the stars and stripes on the top of Look out mountain in the memorable battle at that place Mr and Mrs Gott ivturned to this city Friday night and are now with the grooms brother Mr Lee Gott on Main street After Jan 1 Mr Gott will move to Berea where he will have charge of Gott Bros sstablishmuiit at that place At The Theatre Lots of pretty glrJsweet catchy music a gorgeous display of gowns ut the present days latest creations and the various stage accessories to match a raging riot of rapid rep rtee and side splitting scenes and comic sights is soinetliluc like what is claimed for the new musical farce by Frank Dumoiit called Happy Hooligan to be presented at the Grand Opera House on January 5 It has some oi the prettiest music that has been written in a decade aud the comedy is spark liiiK with rapid fire wit and the hundred or more ludi cojus laughable humorous situations that arise from that wellmeaning very obliging and extremly polite individual Happy Hooligan who always comes to grief The cast includes the names of the following well known people John Price Frank McNish Ruby Ray mond Chas Gambliseh Eva Thatcher Chas Sanders Joseph PettinjdII and a chorus of twenty flye wellselected and carefully trained girls with excellent voices The Mummy and the Hemming Bird The Mummy and Humming Bird that has set the entire theatrical world agog is an unusual play in more ways than one It demands just as capable artists for the portrayal of its minor characters as for Its principal ones ann manager Jules Murry who will bring this most brilliant and successful come dytot recent years to this city in the near future has provided a company that is meet inn with approbation every where from the most captious critics It is n3 wonder then that the tour of this company has been a veritable succession of triumphs Under southern Skies The following taken from the Clncin nai Enquirer of November 14th say The iulerwHiBtory flowerfcenti d So Jtliliind iu the antebellum days is not a stranger to the Walnuts clientele but one othose sterling plays that come and go and continue to live in the esteem of the thousands who witness its varying performances Mrs Par ker as a dramatist seems destined to write plays that hurJOw into the affec tions pf the great body of playgoflrs 0 for with Way DOW East and Under Southern Skiesihe lisa succeeded in bringing to sagelar4f plays not only In teresting Jritnembel tea but donbty in tereiting for thefacijthat In the matter of laatjngqim are without rivals nLl4reectIv classlflca oiiI Iil Shackelford CD sell the Radiant Homo Coles Hot Blast and Cyclone Hot Blast heating stoves dec21tf Examine our elegant display of Carjiagesj Buggies etc before leaking purchase We are selling vehicles at the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S L 1tldkitJ ProP For Kwt My house located on West Main eet containing seven rooms and r acres of land Apply to foul 2oct tf CHjiejr 1 For Rent I desire to rent for tr e year I904t the ight store room on Main street now occupied by Mr T A Robinson Itf Mice Laura R Brfgh B IL Luzon Bro will furnish u with nice bright clover hay for your WS at right prices 28dtt NewthaatardcnLA- e mmencinjt Monday Dec 19th noon train for Irvine and afternoon train from Irvine will be discontinued til further notice No change in ar- al and departure of other trains at K chmond M Hacker Agt Shackelford Co sell the all while imported steel chinaware dec21tt For sale I desire to sell privately my saloon business on First street The fixtures w hieh are as uptodate as any in Richmond are comparatively new and in excellent condition For particulars call on or addressW 11 Cre kroore Richmond Ky UOSWHistoric Route to NEW YOQK via Washington Baltimore and Stopover PhiladelphiaI all Firstclass Tickets 13 Elegant Vestibuled Trains and all of them daily Coaches with high back seats Pullman drawing room sleepers Observation sleeping cars Companys own dining car services Meals served a la carte SeeThe beautiful Allegheny Historic liar Ferry the Potomac and tbe National Capitol For rates time of trains sleeping ar reservations etc call on any ticket agent or address o P MCCARTY G p A Cincinnati Ohio Ruby Raymond Eva Thatcher Virgie Dale Anna Byrna Esther Morse Lillian Dana Grace Mahon Marie Weller Gladys Roger- sFrancslJclienry Minnie Aldrich DArville a a d a you fathert someones i We have just received for the holiday trade large linei i FAN C Y V Sthe newest things lof varying jn price from 1 50 to 4 Also the lar i line of kw to be found in Richmond I all the new shapes and colors from to 1 A large + line of plain fancy Linen and Handkerchiefs from 1 Oc to L Ladies and gentlemens Umbrellas in 1 plain and 50c to 750 Mufflers and many ther useful articles J Rice and ArnoldTHE ONE HOUSE l V IF7I75 7I 7F 7 Notice Having pold my saloon business and desiring to leave for the West to reside I use this method of calling on all those indebted to me for prompt settle ment of their accounts Trusting this notice will be sufficient I am- Respectfully decSltf H G Creek more ror Rent My brick residence on Second street containing eight rooms Good garden stable crib aud buggy house as well as other necessary outbuildings dec212t S Parrish Richmond Kv Stray flog Black boar hog weight about 125 pounds came to my place December 1 The owner get same by paying charges Frank Prather Second Street Richmond Ky 14lec4t Engagement Extraordinary Mr Gus Hills Merry Mel- angeHappy HooIigaA- ll n Funny and Gi- rlsPEOPLE40 40Such well known Artists as Jeannette ear F John Price Frank E MeNial diaries Saunders Joseph Pettingil Frank Becker Micheal Heflerman Joe Hanan James Murphy Joseph Conway John Hums Bert LaRose George Dojialdson and a Chorus of 25 Pretty Girls Pluto Cannel Coal kindles quicker burns brighter makes hotter fire and lasts longer than any other coal on the market Soldonly b- yLR BLANTON Corner Main and B Streetsaprac lyePhone 85 rGas MBA TERS I ato1o 5moe 5me lO1T 0 Da wtGas Heater ThIS room is heat d quickly satisfactorily and cheaply They cost little and being detachch able can be used in any room JOrders JPromptly Filled V Richmond Water and Light Company A pi- I c r1 f r r J J iii1i1 4I 7J ffi71 Es7U7i Would like to make your t f brother or else brother a t nice Xmas present r iiir f a EST Ne c 25c and Silk fanc handles PRICE can Musical Pretty Telephone Great Clearance Sale possibleeveryarticle J my stock o- fDiamonds Watches Clocks SILVERWARE and all other goods to be found in a firstclass jewelry store been as complete as now pricesinmined to close these goods out by January 1 that I may begin the new year with an entire new stock of jewelrylineGOLD SILVER AND DIAMONDS I all go in this remarkable Clearance Sale and the opportunity cf asthesepurchasing these goods at such a reduction as now offered seldom will not have an opportunInty to again purchase Diamonds that offeredSolidmost complete line of Solid Gold goods ever brought to Richmond BroachesfromHOLLOW WARE GOODS is the best being made by Jos Tufts of Boston Mass My line of Tableware is complete Call and examine goods and get prices YEAGER1Second 1 H a SantaEverybodys TO 0 Claus Children 0 ftOf Course Everybody is Somebodys Child i Well children here I am again all ready whatgreatthingsyour eyes would be as big as saucers and you would want all of them but you will get your share if you will let me know just what you want for we are going to have the jolliest Christmas of our lives this year So get your stockings ready and 4 dontfallr fill them and be sure that the fireplace is fr lastChristmas yeariin size P4j only mothers half 1through books Now asleepIthe fr dolls dolls rag dolls and dressed dolls that are very fashionableeyessand dolls with jointed limbs moving real curly hair that look so real that you would want to give them a hug And toysrailrbadWwagons sleds chairs rockers blackboards shoo 4fiys1 blocks and other small things And A areforthe prettiest books the getinthecorner aloneandreadthem books are all here Just let me know what you want but dont leave it toe late Yours Ci11a I care of TRactStoreEast C C a J t J 1j IIz= p I I j I i An Opportunity In order to reduce our stock we will until anytiiinginour 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone teaTTalt tj3oTs t RIGHMOND KYePHONE 232 nn T Peebles Sweet Hickory Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAIN 8THEET PHONE 185 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 28 1904 Jersey milk abolutely pure 20c per gallon 2ntt Butler Carrier Wilton Jellico Coal sold only by L R Blanton Phone 85 tf Buy your heater from Shackelford Co for they sell the best dec2Uf Covington Arnold Bro are sole gents for the J Q Dickersons cele brated Kanawa salt Telephone B H Tuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 28dtf Next Monday will be County Court day While in town drop in and renew your subscription for 1905 Come in Monday and pay up your subscription and let us order your read- Ing for 1905 We will save you money Ask Shackelford Co to show you their line ot small heaters and wood stoves They are cheap dec21tf Luxury and economy com bined in Pluto Cannel Coal See adof L R Blanton Co 2tdec2t Messrs Dixon and Bond of Virginia who have had headquarters at Jollirw and Walkers stable tn this citv purchased during the past week twentyfour headof mules and horses paving for same S27GO Unless Governor Beckham com mut PS his sentence John Hathaway coloied wilt be hung in Winchester Tnewlav The crime for which Hatha way will Buffer death was the murder of his wife Old people cannot be too careful of themselves at thin season of the year All of onr exchances are report irar an unusual number of deaths of need people from pneumonia or as a result of falls It doesnt take much of R cold to develop nto deadly pneuI m nia mid the sliehtest injury from a fan is apt to result fatally The Cutter and Williams Stock Company a group of players who have achieved an enviable reputation during the past decade as the exponents par- excellence of all that is best and truest in the English drama are holding the hoards at the Grand Opera House tlis week The play Monday night A Womans Devotion was enjoyed by a large audience lard of Thanks Messrs Suit Bratton proprietors of the Racket Store wish to thank the people for their generous patronage as snrijie Uiem that they appreciate all fnvnrs and will endeavor to deserve hem Christmas Cutting ntnrdav afternoon Carlos Warren IIl HrtitiiH Sforer of Silver Creek irot Into a difficulty on First street Warren rltriiie Storer several times in the lIIIk and inflicting painful but not serious wounds Storer was taken to the Paltin A Clay Infirmary where he is stettins along nIcely Warren was ar rested and placed in jail Something to t ffl bN LaulldryGu- arantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesday RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered FreeofChargeYour Work Solicited Z T RICE Agent OfficeRice Arnolds Shoe Store pJ5 Pphonoll8A celebrated Kanawlia Salt is sold only by L R Blanton tf House or rooms for rent Apply to Mrs S J Ward 7dec tf is the time to buy stoves at INow CoswhiIe they are cheap decSltf lot Sale We have for sale a fine male Poland China hog and five gilts 2Sd2t GJ White n Strayed A black steer weight about 600 lbs Liberal reward for re tarn of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky For Rent Two nice rooms on the ground floor in the Schlegel building for rent Suitable for an office 2t The Walters School next session begins TuesdaJan 5t05 Narrow Escape The following unsigned letter reach ed this office Thursday The many friends of Mr J T Miller will regret to learn of the accident that happened to him while hauling water for the mines near his homes in Huntsville Mo Friday December 15th In crossing the railroad his wagon turned over and he narrowly escaped with his life One ankle was dislocated and badly bruised and one bone in his leg was broken At present he is doing as well as could be expected Perils of Land and Sea Captain WillnefTs Remarkable Escape Shows What to do in Time of Trouble For many years Captain Willneff savn the Times of Gloucester MassI was one of the best Vnown seamen of the Gloucester fleet The sea and its dangers had no terrors for himvbnt the catarrhal troubles with which he suffered for fifteen years made himI dread the nights at sea for he had toI walk the cabin floor being unable to lie down and sleep on account 01 thn constant catarrhal dropping Captain Willneff went to two differ ent hospitals tor treatment but cculd get no lasting benefit He constantly raised yellow and green phlegm and his trouble became so unbearable and nauseating that he was ashamed to go out in company When despairing of ever getting relief his wife purchased a Hyomei outfit for him and trying it before goinc to bed he enjoyed the first whole nights sleep for ten year Cap ain WllInetT says I have used less than two bottles of Hyomei and have been cured by the remedy My friends ask what is responsible for my improvement and I tell them Hyomei which has 2iven me full and complete Will netTs experience shows onr readers what to do in time of ca tarrhal troubleuse Hyomei This remarkable treatment kills the germs of catarrh and makes lasting and perma MMdelton sells Hynent cures B L omei under lila personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give quick relief o rj EAT lIf is tlways an int resting subjectespecially when you know where to find such We have everything in season in the groeery line J Green Vegetables all kinds of J Canned Goods Fruits Candies ttfact everything that can be found in a first fe A J class jjrncery We cull special attention to our line J ttI of SEEDS We handle of J FIELD ANDC- GARDEN t SEEDSGIVE US A CALL urber Huguo1g Successors toE Deatherafei Go 2 d II p t tCUT J PRICES ON I l ri L INL vE1JiFi1 6 r JO Our big 1IGetCashttS iie just endedwas such a pronounced success in every way that we have it boysThe stocks combined thus affording ample variety to select from Not a garment reserved= all go in this big salethe finest and best clothing that tailoring skill- S can produce at prices in reach of every buyer Come now and fit yourself out for Christmas Read these big reductions and be the first to make yourchoice 25 00cut to 1900 153 cut to 1225 985t1800 1475 500I 385H- i Some broken lots and odds and ends at still greater reductions jo Big Savings on Boys Knee Suits ITST Extraordinary reduction on all Boys Knee Suitsall the latest styles included Norfoiks uste J v q rowns double breasted and all the other fashionable things iill j 7 and 6cut to 475 350cut to 275J500I 385 250I L85 f r r 400I 325 200I L50 f Boys Overcoats at same reductions 11t j r 10101t L7i l xo I I COVINGTONFour Some weeks ago the CLIMAX published a notice stating that Mr W M Stoots one of Newbys successful farmers had exhibited a stalk of corn con taming seven distinct ears and one ihute Lastweek a letter addressed to this paper stated that Mr Alfred Lee of Germantown Dhio raised a stalk of corn wnich grew eleven dls met ears four more ears than has so been produced by our Newby friend Look Out For Thefc Several towns in the central part of the State are being worked by roucter felters with one cent pieces coated with silver and made to resemble a dime Lexington merchants have discovered lt large number of the spurious coins in their possession and the detectives of the government are making a diligent search for the guilty parties It is supposed to be the work ot amateurs Paris Winchester Georgetown and Lexington have been the chief suffer ers Itseems to be the latest getrich miek scheme V Hyacinths Tulips Narcisus and all kinds House Plants T- t Richmond Green Houses Telehone 188 West Street A Merited Honor Editor Louis Landram of the Lan caster Record was presented by the Ma onic Lodge of that city recently with a handsome Past Masters badge as a token of appreciation of his as Master of the Lodge for seven yearsDanville Advocate Dissolution Notice Theflrm known as the City Transfer Co composed of Elmer Parrish and Joe Mitchell has by mutual consent dis solved partnership Mn Larrish retiring from the business Elmer Parrish 2114 Joe Mitchell A Successful Affair The Mother Gotfse entertainment raf the opera house Friday night wai great success The little folks enter ed heartily into the of the occa sion and showed the great skill and patience of their trainbr Miss Mary Boyd teacher of elocution in the Mad isou Institute at Richmond Ky Winchester Democrat The Gu rleld in EsUlT Unless the of the Appa lachian Oil and Gas Company so atai s Lexington and Central Kentucky will nave a plentiful supply of natural gas in the near future Col R K Worrell of Richmond who as the representative of this company has been working on the development of the natural gas field in Estill county and who is an oil man of long experience was in Lexington Wednesday consulting with inombrs of the company regarding the piping which has been ordered to construct a line to Winchester from the gas field noar Irvine Said he We have ordered this pipe aiilsa soon as It is possible ve will place an order for enough to connect l xuigtbn aiid Paris On last Friday Mr Hemp hIll of PitlsburK made a test on the new well we have sunk and showed 685 rock prewureC The well is 2000 lefitdeep and time flow of ea is thought by all who have examined it to be in It is located on White OakCreek We have started jv second well but on account of water work las been suspended The company has jipjier lease in tIlls section about 12 000 Tyft of ground Lexington Observer t Q Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock a large body of K nights Templar marched from their asylum on Main street to the First Presbyterian Church hero ser vices coinmemorating the birth ot Christ were held This is a beautiful custom and is observed annually by this ot Masonry A special program was prepared for this occasiol which was greatly enjoyed by a laree audience The sermon was prepared by Rev Hugh n Prelate oPRichmdnd Gommandery and was a masterly dis course The following is a program of the exercises- PrehzdeOran Mr Akers AnthemAdeste Fedelis NoTello Ceremonies Prelate and Commander Soprano SoloAnd there were Shepherds flex Miss Kate Smith Apostles Creed- Invocation Bymn Herald Angels Bermon Ilugh McLellan Prelate Hymn White Shepherds Watched their Flocks by Night Prayer Benediction Recessional Mrs Akers J- J of at J- J t c Main services spirit calculations exhaustible branch MeLell Message to Fraternal Orders Interesting News from Cincinnati with Local Confirmation in Richmond The thousands of members of frater nat bodies in this State will be interested in the following mefsage from John Theobald a prominent Forester who lives at 1111 York street Cincin nati Mr Theobald believes in living up to the motto of ins organization Fraternal Love and Charity and be- lIeves that he can do no more charitable act than to tell his experience Iii nj gaining health after years of suffering tin Tpeobiildrltes For f sars I sufFered troubles bay me ajl the distress and misery that afflects dyspeptics I could not enjoy eating thinking of the suffering that would follow My fQoJ did not digest and although I took all kinds of medi cines I foUnd nothing to help me until I used Miona Thanks to this remarkable remedy I am now acuretl man and believe that it made a per man ut find complete cure H L uliddletou IB local agent for Miona natures cure for dyspepsia It in in the form rf small tablets and spll at roc a box The remedy has made so many and such remarkable utile amongst his customers confirm ini Mr Theobalds statement1 that II will give iis personal guarantee witlr every box he s to the money If it does not cure Do not suffer louger Here is a cpreI that cost you nothing unless it restores health B L liddcton takes all the risk and iQ not have to pay a penny uuleM you feel that you have received much more than your moneys worth Best Wit to a Sen or Daughter Is a course of Book keeping Short hand Typewritinc or Telegraphy un tier Prof Smith who is serving his 28ti year as President of the famous Com mercial College of Kentucky University He refers to thousands ol successful graduates all over America For par ticulars flddreca Wilbur It Smith Lex ington Ky A Christinas present affecting piobably more people thaI any be stowed in repent year was the deli lltfulranooEattirday impirliiiII which cmtiuufti for BeveraMipurB and waa followed by InalmtoJtlnual idaiwinouz thrpughout Monday arid Tuesday o t J r 3ttl A special dispatch from Little Rock Ark to the CourierJournal of Decem ber 20 says Former Governor James P Eagle died here today after an illness of three weeks He was Governor of Arkansas from 1889 to 1893 lIe had been Presi dent of the Arkansas Baptist State Con vention twentyone years and at the last meeting declined reelection He was also president of the Southern Baptist Convention Since leaving public office he devoted his time to plantation interests and to church work He had held many public offices and had never been defeated in an election He was a Baptist minister and a native of Tennessee He was sixtyseven years old Gov Eagle was well known in this county having married Miss Mamie Oldham sister to Mrs John Doty and Mrs William Miller of this place and often visited the home of his wire in thin county Mrs Eagle proceeded herI husband to the grave eighteen months A Irfbute to ilIa Smith Hostess of the Kentucky Bonding A recent issue of your paper contain ed a deserved compliment to the gen tlemen lately in charge of Kentucky Building at the Worlds Fair on fir count of tin efficient manner in which they had discharged iheirseveral duties but you forget tonnention Mrs A Wilkes Smith iuentnckys attitude among States represented at the Fair was peculiar Perbaps more than any other State in the Unjon line her reputation for fair women brave menyreat horses and some other excellencies needles to mention been vaunted throughout the length and breadth ol time land wiilie over and around all an unbounded and graceful hospitality is accorded her without stint by people froth everywhere who have come among er people and carried away with them pleasing impressions The Commissioners rightly judged that if this repu tationwere to he sustained their beauM fnl building must necessarily be pre sided over by a woman tvpical of tilt proverbial beauty Intelligence and gracious bearing of her family of daughter The happy choice of such a one fell upon Mrs Smith and thousands of delightedvisitorsttest how well she justified their estimate To high and low rich and poorj9he WitS alike the typical eptucky ladyto the manner born No one who had the pleasure of her cordial greetingjind courteous attention but will feelihe has had an object fesson of what may have been be fore only a traditionwhat a proper Kentucky woman fs like MisJaB Danville Advocate tlks Christmas Tree tinnday afternoon the Elks Lodge of this city had a Christmas tree at the court house on which were presents for the poor children of the town Tills action on the part of the Elks is a most commendable one and worthy of great praise Many a little heart that would otherwise have been saddened was Oiled with gladness and brought smiles to many a car worn face It is a beautiful way to celebrate the birth of Kim who said It is more blessed to give than to receive and those who attended and saw the happy faces of the poor children as they were showered with gifts would know that tho tree was a success It was a pleasure more to the bighearted Elks wllo were the givers than to the little ones receiving There were more than a hundred children who were supplied with cloth tug some were given shoes some hats some stockings some loalls some suits of clothing underwear dress and other garments of apparel In Addition to these candies fruits and nuts fairly ladened the tree The Elks are tabs congratulated and praised over their most worthy and comra endablq under takiD8I J In BANKS B H Ltixon Bro have the nicest lot 01 timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf New Record for Saoppinj Christmas shopping reached its high tide on Saturday and according to our merchants the sales this year have passed all records From early In the mnining nntil late at night crowds of eager buyers tilled the stores Articles suitable for gitts were snapped up hur riedly and the unprecedented demand left some of our stores short of goods that are ordinarily left over Some ot our merchants said that the Christmas buying this year was begun earlier than usual anti that everybody seemed to have money Purchases were made on ii liberal scale and the sales this year were of a more substantialcharacter than for many years pa- stflEAThS WnrraMr9 Margaret Price White one of Madisons most respected wo men died at her home on Main street Fridaynight after several weeks ill ness of appendicitis Deceased who was seventy years of age move to this city two years ago from Kirks ville where she had lived all her life Alter funeral services at the residence at two oclock Friday her remains were laid to rest in the Richmond Cemetery MORGAN The many friends of Messrs H S rG Morgan will be grieved to learn of the death on Monday Dec 19 in Stafford England of their mother Mrs John Morgan The first information of the demise of this estimable lady was conveyed to her sons at Whites Station this ccun ty in a cablegram These gentlemen had been notified sometime before of their mothers illness but the f mily not realizing the seriousness of her condition did not summons to the bedside of the mother her devoted sons from across the sea and the mea age announcing her death came as a severe shock to them Mrs Morgan visited her sons at Whites Station several vears ago and those who were so foriunate as to make her Xmas Art Goods You are respectfully requested to caltI and inspect whether you desire to buy nr not our chol e Goods which we are daily receivingI and will place on exhibition at our store within the next few days for the Holiday trade Pictures mounted and unmocnted framed and untrained GenuinePlatino Prints Carbon Prints Etchings Steel En gravings Pastel Water Colors Ideal Heads and Facsimilies a fine line of MADONNAS in all the different prints and effects have had special mouldings made and make all uur Mat Boards to match pictures VVe would not attempt to describe this New Line but suffice it to say that we have spared neither time nor money in making selections endeavoring all times to buy everyarticle worth the money anyarticles are somewhat expensive but the largest part is medium grade with no cheap trashy stuff in the line then PRICE wll toll it will be the lowest ever placed on same grade of goods Wa assure you polite attention fair treatment Again asking your kind inspection Respectfully Geo M Willging 209 W Mala Richmond Ky Wail PaponPictures Window Shades Jiam8lrante Mirrors iILMIs apsrs I acquaintance will long remember the deceased as her pleasant ways and sweet disposition cemented to her chain of friendship all those with whom she came in contact In their bereavement Messrs H S G Mor gail have the sympathy of a host of friendsPICKELSThO death of the infant of Mr and Mrs Thos H Pickels on Thursday morning last brought sor row to the large circle of friends of that popular young couple whilst the blow is staggering to the youthful parents The girl baby had been named Mary Evans for its beautiful mother and so far as finite mind could comprehend the child was des tined to live and thrive for it was healthyand normal until a few hours before its unexpected death The young parents have received the full measure of sympathy most sincere from all their many friends and the large concourse that followed the tiny form to Its premature resting place evidenced the exjsteaca of soy attuned to their own Revs McLel lan and Shepherd conducted the brief exercises at the grave which embraced singing by a quartette scripture reading and prayer The fresh little mound out in the silent cItyof the dead was hidden from view to mortal eyes by llowrets fair but these will fade and vanish in this chill De cember to reveal to those tearstained eyes when spiing return a grassy stepping stone to heaven tt 0 it Q Christmas Presents For Men and Boys Easy to find acceptable Holiday gifts for your men and boy friends in our large assortment We suggest Fine Neckwear Mufflers i Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Umbrellas I Suit Cases w4 BathRobes Gloves tSuspenders 5 jandmen and boys Early shoppers get best sef ji lections Dont wait till the Christmas rush Covington Banks c 4 I 1Jlt t tsttIDont Blame the Cook Because your Meat is not Satisfactory Unless you are a customer of Douglas Cultons ifso its sure her fault for they have nothing but the best Our Live Stock and Cured Meats j are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore 1 we are in a position to furnish you the best quality ofmeats at prices you pay for inferior meats If you are not a customer of ours give us a trial and the question of how to always get goodmeat will be solved We also wish to announce that our Hog Killing department is complete in every respect with new and modern machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and poundof sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respect- fullyDouglas 4 Culton Telephone 125 Main Street t 6IJJEl 6The season for fall business is now on and at the very I1 beginning of the season Owen McKee comes to you with a line of uptodate seasonable merchandise that should L= ig help you to buy your fall goods at saving prices f I1IEIm we can supply money your n new fall goods at saving qwalityI l Ii Bed Blankets Comforts A very handsome tufTed Comfort both sides made from a fine silko rLJF3 coloringsrLJF3El Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in white with colored borders and checks in 6 blue and white and pink and white at JtnLl 4 mrri4 ttdLtJtiI El nI at JSquares and Scarfs retailing at 75c and 89c Snappy bargains Belts Purses Fancv and Cuff Sets Baby Caps Fancy Veils Luxeno Ribbons in desirable fall shades browns Il nals etc etc 1i El g E us and send your early fall mall orders to gI c 6 alrEt L titTh Jl9lWI J r Jli J DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c II 1- II199 99 it IjIl3f1Mercerized460I goodIf 60R FIRST MAIN I- RICHMOND KENTUCKY 1 12lO 1J JrT 3MANms LAND reR NDLESS MAN A and for him whns airi e i muted because he cultl tes a hlph priced farm There are vast tracts t jvIn The Great Southwest ItwIsbn si nea throw of farms in the highest state of cultivation J r IIwhhh r pr Cicallv manless anil can be secured at onelifth to wi tha market price per acre of an Old S ate Jor illustrafd literature descriptive of Arkansas Indian Tenitoryt L J Oklahoma or Texas Very Low jRoundTrip Rates to any Southwestern pMnt every Tuesday in Spt rribor 1 JIll the first an d thhd Tuesdays in October d Novembo r Geo H Lee H 1 MeGuire IGen Pass Agt Dist Pass Agt Rock Ark Cincinnati Ohio rLitUe r There is nothingJike Good FLOUREvery housew e every cook knows that Good Sakes Rolls Biscuitsf cannot be made without good Flour Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Ourprocess for making Flour and Meal is of the Iateste Our brands are ELliston Patent Natural Product t Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE f Elliston Mill Co WACO KENTUCKY 7I 71 m m s Autumn stocks res p Iend en t throughout the store and buying en 71 thusiasm much in evidence Silk drese 71goods and fabrics in varieties ample onnuph to sattefy the most fastidious ffid Our different sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired for supremacy in thes lines is splen didly maintained this season Assort 71melllsare greater fabrics richer styles more fascinating than ever Let us p sumftst to prospective buyers that they g vfeit thse socks as soon as possible Tla visit will give them knowledge 1Foffashions best and of the vnstness of 71the selections here made for choosing 1 White and Gibson IL lli F lh 7 71ffi 7f i 7 LAL itNNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY ISCORrOIATBDJ Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhero in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur n ccncL MES r C A 9WEIL J W HUNTPR J1 QOG S a THE PEOPLE e Know Good Coal IE a and they have been quick to appreciate the sup eriority of that sold by the Beattyville Coal Co Ithats the reason we are walking right away with Ia big share of the seasons orders Then we do IG business in a businesslike vay give you what 5 you order and deliver it PROMPTLY Were the 5 uptodate coil people Give us a try 1 S Beattyville Coal Go- D a Ii IR Freeman Mgr Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave 9 Ir e I I s = f CLOTHESi2 S THAT FITThat is the kind we makeWe handle only the best the newest andmost t stylish goods Jf We can please the most fastidious taoC Our stock F is completeWe can furnish anything is gents furnish ingsf Give us a call we can please you both with goods and pri- cesStoufferi lahle r 1 r 1ME1cHANT01T lAyersPills Want your moustache or beard abeautiful bran rrlchblack Use JcArrAyersPill IDont KicK bout Your Loa BUT TELEPHONE B H LUXON AND BROI- fyou are not satisfied with jour Coal there is only one thing to do Telephone B H Luxon Bro They sell noth ing but Good Coal Our Jellico and Mixed Cannel burns brighter longer gives more heat and leaves less ash than any other COAL on the market Our business is growing sil a remarkable rate because we actually give the people a better product than you can buy elsewhere B H LUXON BRO Phone 110 Retail Yards Orchard Street ARB Y OIJ INTBRE TB IN THB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Te th Extracted 25c Teeth Filled 60o With Gold tf Solid Gold T eth 4Gold Bridge Work f4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth und theyare the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celulold Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky MADISON COUNTY COURT In re Murray Cos Assignee NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on t he 7th day of November lOOt J E Greenleaf Assignee ol Murray Co filed a re ort of debts costs aud assets in the above style the said report wac confirmed on the 5th clayof Decen her 1904 distribution was made lu accordant therewith with the exception of about 681 estimated cost of further proceedings and on the 5th day of December 18M the said assig nee moved the County Court to discharge him from the above trust and to release him from all labl1Jo yon account thereof Said motion will si anifor hearing at the February term 1905 of said courtS J E OREENLEAF Udeclt Assignee of Murray Co Zig tire Slit Mr S S Carrier and son who con duct a store at the end of Big Hill pile are now having an immense fire sale and are offering things at ridiculously low prices Some items mentioned are 9000 bushels of coal at 9 cts per bushel A full line of groceries and other merchandise all new and fresh coffee lOcta per lb and up calico 5c work shine 25 to 50c ready made garments laVa fashions We also have meal fittur corn feed bay seeds and locust cedar oak and chestnut posts any length for sale Also clothing tinware clocks and watches No rout to pay and no clerks to pay are reasons why we can offer things at such low prices We pay cash for all kinds of produce Give us a call 22Junn 6m For Sale Number one good organ Rood as new Cost 110 Will sell cheap for cash Call at this nfficn flnovtf t Diamonds c Watches Clocks Cutglass All and kindsofJewelrvfit V of very description r These are some of the V things to be found at Lanes I Jewelry Store If your f watch or clock refuse to t go take them to Lane he will fix them If your ring needs resetting take it to- Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a first class I Jewelry establishment pi to Lanes He is well fixed in these kind of articlesx 9 L ELaneJe- welerC and Optician o OLD JOE VIIIKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of old style manu s facture No- BETTER can be fotfnd for medicinal per J poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 I bottles 5 5I II IjnltS 250 5 bottles 3 New Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEAKOY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBras errnovlyr Anderson county Ky Wht tenet I am agentiorthecelebratod IAMB WIRE FEN p Those wishing to purchase tho beat wire fence will call on or address S D LONG aylJ lYiRlo mou Ky ii IKeepAnd the great medicine BUGKINGHAMSDYE nm ere or Dtwxatn oa L P co XAgVLZL do Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed tome which issued from the Clerks office ufthe Madison Circuit Court in favor of S H Thorpe Commissioner in case of C W Jenkins against c H antI Nannie Denny and Ruben Hill 1 or one ofmy deputies will on Monday Jan 2 05 between the hours of JO oclock a m and 2 oclock p IlIRt the court house door in Richt ond Madison county Ky expose to Pihlic Sale to the high est and best bidder the following tie scribed property or so much thereof as may he necessary to satisfy Plaintitla debt interest and costs twit TWO ACRES OF LAND with improvements to Saute This countyKyin the Foxtown Magisterial District ad joining till property of Ed 1ortnood and Mary Ann Millmn For more Hcourat description see Deed Book No 60 pall 461 Levied on as property of Ruben Hill TERMS Sale will bo made for cash JOHN F WAGERS S M C December 13 1904 Sheriffs Sale By virtue of an execution directed tome which issued frm thot Clerks office of the Madiion Circuit Court in favor of Curtis Gentry against Janus Gentry I or one of my deputies will on Monday Jan 2 05 between the hinre oi 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m at the court house countyKyett and best biddnr the following lie criied pi irty r so much thereo may he neurtrifiar to natinfy Piaintiirs debt interest slid cost touit One h f undivided interest inISEVERN AGUES OF LAND and improvements SiniHiml in Madi son county Ky in the Elliston Magia terial Disrtct lying on the head waerx of Drownint Creek ai j tuning the property of J II parks Mle thin bing Ii part of tin iiorge Vnting Sr lioine strad For nmre nifutratR ilejcripiion KCf Deed Book No 5t1IIHgt ST levied upon HS property of James nlrvlgRfSSlle will be made on a credit of three months bond with ap proved security required hearing inter est at the rate of Gper emit per annum from day of sale mid hating the forCt and effect of a Hale bond JOHN F WAGER fi M C December 13 1904 ORDINANCE Section 1 It shall he unlawful for any one to sell fresh meats of any kind in the limit of the City of Richmond Kv without first procuring the license so to do and lie amount of sail license shall be twenty five SU500 dollars per year and anyone obtaining said licence shall have the right to peddle fresh meat in raid city Section 2 This ordinance shall not prohibit the sale of poultry or game of any kind in the limits of said city nor shall it prohibit any otto from selling1 fresh meat bv the quarter Any one violating this ordinance shall he fined the sum ol tenSlOOO dollars for each offense and the fines assessed in such cases shall be collected aa in other cases for the vIola- tion of any ordinance of the city D B Tevi Mayor decl 4t W H White Clerk TWO BLUE GRASS Farms for Sale I have in my handft for sale the fol countyThe W mlth the first knnvii as the Hncuely place and containing about 270 acres This placflis well fenced watered and is in good condition in rery wav hay jog thereon a dwelling and all necessa ry outbuildings one large barn and several small ones large youn orchard cistern and everything that goes to make a cornlortahle home Fifty acres In grassTheand adjoins tract No 1 and contains about 438 acres residencego d fenc log cistern barn orchard and well watered 100 acres in cultivation and tho rest in blue grass Both of these farms are on turnpikes and are more half mile of schol house and one anti onehalf miles from church and postoffice This is firstclass land in a good community and is a money maker to the one who buys It For further particu lars call on or address L P EVANS HsepOt Richmond Ky H2 IN ORDER IynnpiCM FENCE for Sixty Days as follows Four foot fence eleven wires heavy stay loop top No7 wire at 46 cents per rod Five toot fejnce 12 wires heavy stay at 55 cents per rod These prices have never been made in this county before JTCQYKIRKSVILLE KY JalJerstockofbouts than we now have oft display in our chow room It vril pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do rupairini and rejoining in best nan rubberone year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 6 I MdkiPdot c II TIREEDlYFtUNlLIFE GRANDOLD MEN OP ENGLAND UN1OLD SECRET Prominent Britishers Point Way to LongevityBe Temperate in AU Things Exercise and Sleep Important Requisites LondonThe secret of long life Is a question which the editor of a weekly paper has been asking of a number of wellknown septuagenarians and octogenarians and some of the results of the inquiries are published below Lord Avebury who notwithstanding a busy life in the realms of commerce science literature and politics still is a hale man at 70 replies to the query tralsed in a clear steady handwriting fI believe the secret of health he declares is to eat little drink little be as much in the open air as possible keep the mind from anxiety and the con science from remorse Frederic Harrison chairman of the English pqsitivfst committee who long since passed his threescore years and ten has been a great traveler in his day and who notwithstanding his years still takes pleasure in long walks gives this advice Touch not tobacco spirits nor any unclean things rise from every meal with an appetite walk daily two hours sleep nightly seven hours reverence all to whom reverence is due and be content with what you have Justin McCarthy who It 74 says The best way to grow old is to keep up steady regular work have as much open air and physical exercise as possible and think as little as may be about the advance of years William Thomson Lord Kelvin the first scientist to be made a pere is now in his eightyfirst year It is remarked of him that the brilliant intellect which has done mankind such infinite service for 60 years is as keen as ever The imagination which has pioneered so many epochmaking discoveries is still as vivid as In his early days when as a young man he solved the problem of rendering the mariners compass im mune from distracting Influences of ter restrial magnetism For 60 years It has been my custom to go without lunch remarked Lord Strathcona now in his eightyfit year That doesnt mean that I havent taken a midday meal but as a rule I only take two meals a day breakfast and dinner Of course if there is anyone whom I particularly wish to meet I am pre pared to lunch with him I see no harm in smoking a little but I believe In tem peranceyes temperance In all things whether food drink or tobacco At the same time in my opinion there are none more Intemperate than those who Insist on total abstinence In assiduity andconcentration lie the secrets of sue cess REWARDS TRUSTYSERVANT Millionaire Charles Eo Hoyt Wills 50000 to a West Virginia Girl Wheeling W Va Gertrude Tanne hlll of this city for several years a serv ant in the New York house of Charles E Hoyt president of the Hoyt Metal com pany of St Louis has been bequeathed 50000 by his will The news came from a firm of New Yorklawyers representing the Hoyt estate The millionaire died aIfew days ago and when Jiis will was opened it was found that he had rewarded seven years of service Injds household In New York by making Miss Tannehill his heir to the extent of the amount named Seven years ago Mr Hoyt broke down under the strain of an unusually active career and It was then that the Wheeling girl entered his employ She had the management oChlB New York home and a summer home at Algonquin Me and through her long years of terv lIce was employer frequently In sole charge of her NEW TRIUMPH OF SURGERY Operation Unlocks Jaws of Babe After Pour Years of Intense Suffering Baltimore Science by an operation never before attempted and performed by Dr Eberle O Welch of the Maryland university of this city has un locked the jaws of sixyearold Pauline Fineman which for four years had been so tightly locked that she has been kept alive by liquid food adminis tered through the aperture made by breaking a tooth The child was suffering from anchy losis of the Joint Dr Welch decided on a new operation The right jawbone was laid open and about an inch of the bone at the conjunction of the Jaw and temporal bones was chiseled away Next day the child could work her Jaws without pain She soon will be discharged from the hospital as cured She can masticate solids and is rapidly gaining in flesh- WellFixed Immigrants More than onehalf 421844 of the 812870 immigrants added to our popu lation in the fiscal year 190304 were MagyaraTheyon landing or nearly 5000000 more than the Immigrants of 190203 brought with them Only 168903 of the 812870 were unable to read Probably Seal Tobacco A cigar which is 120 years old was discovered this week in the walLs of the byJosephHe found the cigar in a hollow between two large stones In the wall It was wrapped in oiled paperand was well pre erved It still preserves Its color Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist in closing their ears against the continual reconi mtndiUioH of Or Kings New Discov err for Consumption will have a lont and bitter finhi with their troubles II not ended earlier by filIal termination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has 10 say Last full my wife had ev ery symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after Imprcvpmerittirely cured tier GuarnntePd RO Stockton druggist Price 50tf anti 1 Trial bottle free 1m When n couple love at first sight they imagine the rest of the world js nearsighted Danger in Kidney Trouble- Do not delay when the first symp toms app itr It will luean much misery to vou All kidney hlaadnr and urinary troubles are enoily and quickly cured bj us1 ng DeUella Kid ney Pills A weeks treatment will often cure mild cases A box or two will work wonders anti your drngiri t will refund your money if not entirely sati8factory price 25 and 50 cents For sale by B L Middelton 1m smouldering or dull tire may be cleared for broiling by a handful of salt Revolution imminent voltandInes8 or np lvQull1es Bitters will rjnickly dig meihber Mm troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regu late the kidneys and bowels stimulate the llveraud clarity the blood Klin down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its search ngand thorough effect iveness Electric Hitters is lIlv 50n anJthat is returned HIt donf give perfect satiefactson Guaranteed bjr JVC Stockton fT J i j A vegetable liquid for governing ot equalizing the flow womens menses which onr once in every lunar mo- nthBRADFIELPS Female Regulator Is the essential quality of powerful herbs It is a concentrated essence best for womens delicate organism and put in such form that it is always properly assimilatedand taken into the system es suppression painful or other Irregularityof menses and sickly flows axe corrected and cured by the regular use of this superior emmenagogue Menstruation or periodic flows necessitate a breaking lining the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after every sickness which is jxxnnpa nied with marked congestion and loss blood Such changes are very apt to pro duce chronic catarrh Leucorrhea or Whites is the rrsultof these irritating dis charges Regulator cures these troubles andrestores to perfect health the patient who suffered the debilitating losses Buy of druggists Jioo per bottle Our illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for Women HE BRAOCIELD REGULATOR Allafits t- rf If DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesdaylnn 11i 1905 L1F- or Sale A pixyearold rrmbin d horse 15J hands hid perfectly entlp For price etc call on G J White Son 5oct If Roger Williams Oiirars Frasa HIOP For Rubber Stamps call at this office KI LL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Drli Kings New Discovery c ONSUMPT10N OUGHt and OLDS Price E SOc l0D Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK v anlf hv R O KfnpUton ++ ++ CALL AT+++ JONES MERSHON SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommodation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second Rt D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your BnsiieB Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL SURGERY OT OaVeuVvvvB st Loi5ou or LOUISVILLE KY WOfHce neat door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hoars 9 to 121 to novlTly vM Blanton DENTIST WOEBce iu Bennett Building Ilauly TELEPHONE iti E O Vance DO Mrs E OYance D 0 Osteopathic Physician Hobson Building Literature furnished on appllcatlo CONSULTATION FREE Graduates Southern School of Ostheopatfly Miss Agnes We5Uey 616 Wells 5treet- MarinettoW 816 Wells Street- MARnfETTE Wis Sept 25 1903- I was all run down from nervous new an d overwork and hod to resign my position and take a rest I found that I was not gaining my strength und health as AS I could wishand as your Wine of Cardai was recommended as such a good modiine for the ills otour sex bought i bottle and began using 1 was satisfied with the from the nao of the first bottle and toolitlrec more and then found was restored to health andstrength and able to taken my renewed rigor Iconsider it afire tonic and excellent for wornout nervous condition and am pleased to endorse it AGNES WESTU3T- e fr Xbrth Wlicundo Hotlmnl Socitty Secure a SI 00 bottle of Wine of Cardui and Thedfords BlaekDraugktSxkr- WINE OF CAR 004I tt It II i tells Kidney Pills Free A full size box oi DeBells Kidney Pjlls will be sent to any sufferer on request They are the only positive cure in the world for kidney trouble and we want yon to try them Send toi a box today absolutely free C W Beefrs Sons Co 3638 Union Park Place Chicago HI 1m grafting wax raade nowyvill save time of ranking it in a more hurrying season A Costly Mistake Blunders ire some tunes very expensive life itnell ill the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong ifvou take Dr Kinls Niw Life Pills for dvcpptista dirzinps headache liver or bowel tronblfli They are ten tie vet thorough 25c at B O Stock tons drug1 store 1m Par Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For complete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No3A twostory frame residence contain 6 rooms and two halls In Rich Ky Lot 40x150 feet small Price SlOOO less than cost nice residences near Main street onpthree IqnareR from court rle lrble location for ideal home could not be found residences will be sold at a bar 120 will bay a good town lot 40x200 rood town lot on good street feeL Price 10 Good and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence burn nod other outbuild Price 4200 d term containing about 130 acres residence brn and other im provements In fine locality Price Farm containing 100 acres wen fenced but with no other improve Can be bought in connection rlthNo8 Price Jt600 Fonr cottages on nlstreet well Improved Pnce 1000 each flood cottare in firstclass condition ilsterd etc Price J300 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap- A four room cottage and seven acres of Innd five aTellln grass and two in garden good orchard and erape arbor nil necessary out hnlldlngv This property is situated in n thriving vlllnge where cbarehes and schools nre convenient Price One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms and cellar In best portion of city Lot 80x250 feet Price 12509 A twostory residence in stood neighborhood Lot 120x150 feet All necessary outbuilding Price tt800 A nice residence for any one desir lug an ideal home One of the beat constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 Two Iot 120x1fi0 feet in good neigh borhood Price 5700 Nice residence on a 4 acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porches situated In best residence portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build ings A great bargain for anyone desiring a ulna home Farm containing 90K acres eight mils from this city This Innd Is all in grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There Is on this land a small residence ad other necessary outbuildings Locality pst In mnntv Aneraooptug Is 3 stories covered with iron built years era Steam and water power the latter three months of the year It Is An nptodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn end meal bolt 14 acres with the mill Inclnrt hue wht is with the hnne of 5 rooms All for ftKO or 5V 0 forth mill and the acres Onehalf cash lies fine trade No mill in 10 miles Also n sobnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new uptodate in every particular and good dwelling with Improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 9000 Also acres of Florida land in I Mannvllel on railroad Street through place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges neache peers plum grapes bearing and acres on oth er side with Broom 1story house oranges peaches scare plums grapes etc all for S2mn or the 6 acres for or the 5 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwd Ine containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary oiithulldtncs Rs location in Richmond for hoarding house 148 acres Mercer conntv farm in yards or pike room 7storv bonne a tenant bonsis large barn abundant water 7000 300 acres in S miles of Ilcrrodoburg on pike good land 10 roOm blck sldenre excellent barns etc Will grow hemp etc 365 per acre 207 acres at Onrgln Mercer county fixe hemp and tobacco land good ckirtence excellent barnfine running water Pric fan acre A stood as any 1100 land ofIRichmond Nice Yard garden and sary outbuildings Great bargain 00 One tract of mineral land in Lee county on he waters of Kentucky DeaUyvlJ1lwlthlu tract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will sell out right lease nr exchange for improved farm land anywhere th State of Kentucky This land contains the very best qnallty fcoal Same yelans the Benttvllle coAl lies splendid 10 location for coke ovns foundries etc Will eel at a bargain if die part1cRlatll r- fki IVtartest Ileldlnt N Scariest Grain Finest Quality Oats Grow- aAsbardyazwhcittfzownearty NOt attacked with fly or rust Stand up well Afford the finest Fall Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushels per ire of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Glyos Information about the best seeds for Fall sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rife 1000 Headed Kale Al falfa Crass Clover and Vegetable Seeds Our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds ore the highest quality obtainable Write tar larie Free Catabf No 55 WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x12 0 feet For particulars call at this office I oct26tf fubU Sale I will sell privately my farm 4J miles from Richmond on the Jacks Creek pike Known as thetas Farley place containing 245 acres with nice six room dwelling and three Iwrnafrooil fencing apple orchard and plenty of water This is one of the best farms in Madison conntyand will produce corn hemp and tobacco Tha farm has been iabluegnassforl6Yeflrs Pnce 50 per acre J W Masters 2l8eprtt Richmond Ky TOUR Of ALL MEXICO Toor of all Mexico in Jauuaty and February under escort ot Beau Campbell General Manager Arnericau Tour let Association For rates dater leep II ing car reservation and full particu lars of ltineraryaddreea A A Gallagher DP A 4l9W lumtSU e Cincinnnti Ohio 5Si More Heat = Less Coal J 0a works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flame insteadof arising from it and are consumed and transformed into heat Not an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are re duced onehalf to twothirds and the air is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable odors and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you our free book about it or to Mexico Arizona and Squeeze Out All the heatvalue of your send up the chimney the hot air that ought to go thro your house Gases andsmoke are combustibleif the prOperf means is to com bustionThe Williamson Underfeed Furnace have you call at our store where Furnaces are on e1 bition f f 3 fo 1t j Arbuckle Simmons Sole Agents for PeckWilliamson Ventilating Co 337 West 5th St 0 Richmond Ky Illinois Central Railroad 4- s Excursion Tickets now sale at reduced rates tot s New Orleans La Havana Cuba Hot Springs Ark city of Mexico Californiaa- nd many other points Hoeral stop overs andreturn limits Only line running through personally conducted excursion Louisville New Texas coal Dont takeu insure Peck these Heating Cincinnati A with Sleepers California Special Low Roundtrip Rates in est on first and third Tnetv in each month to tin Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to neartl railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville K Stoves Stoves IHeat your House wit- hMoores a Healer We are headquarters Heating Stoves We L7 die Moores Air Tight II i ter the only Double H i ter made We are offer g such well known Stove as the Coles Hot Blast Ij clone Hot 33ast Radat Home Hot mast and ss11 Stoves of every kind at very low prices for be present It will pay yu to see our line before you buya Stove We wih to call your attention to cur lino of Enamel Ware We have this Ware in several colors but we es pecially want to call Jour attention to our line of im tportedWhite Steel China Ware Which we are during the H 1idaysIselling at a Reduced D Bi ShoclfeWord Co j4 J