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CI in 00 i tc I r i 9l I TfiE4 RICtlMONDILcLIMAX i f IVOLUME 31 RICHMOND MADISON ffeOTJNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 1904 NUMBER alt 80I WINES STORE make We know the Goods in store com leLe iftoin before We vvere never bar extend you cordial call and the price iLdo the etcMilft were never and at prices much lower than and 6 14 7 12 8 12and lOc are better values ever before AU kInds of Colton fabrics at rock prices IL I iHosiery Quilts etcot at to the See our Mercerized at I 5 nd- i 2t wear to Cloaks Furshave surprise for in Cloaks and Furs the newest styles possible to obtain at pricesto leave no room for Be sure to before making your election L t1 j and I I Boots ShoesynurselfGOSHOE htwstno Royal Blue Shoes for men to cannot excelled style comfort Ty pair We assure Yours to please lACKEY AND HAMilTON ins How To Keep Warm tin lesttcm will soon nifoit 1111 pviplrt weather is uii Tie sirw wiv TI1IhIUHiqPIItH one of hittI m ru Z TAYLOR fi whose superb line Stoves and Heaters is uneqnaed by any house in Central i Kentucky will there also stock of Farming Utensils Guttering other artieles that should found in firstclass harlwaro store agents for the Old Hickory Wagons E C DRUG 71 We f7I 7I + + +I are determlied to you mO eyI + + u are determined you shall Merits of our 333very department our is l much larger stock all linesthan ever T prepared to pffer greater gainstjhan now IfWe to invitation to see us Let Us Show YJou quality of our goOdsthe talking I I Al M f 1 n ll so complete elsewhere j Flannelettes Outings 5 than offered bottom Underwea Blankets prices please Petticoats 49 t 7598c i r I + RrdrtD Dress Skirts 75c 7 J sf andWe a you so astonishinglyrow as competition see them Sujts Overcoats I andI and Selz 350 5 be for and weir a will you satisfaction t Unnu J ti y t a i if q thit M faH n tokeptobm th i4 Cs of t You find a complete and be t Also sole nf a n ATTORNEYS R A MILLER ATTORSBTATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKT Office n the Barnam Building next door to trmeri National Ban feb3ly I A- Id SULLIV A TTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Iffice over State Rank Trust Go op posite Court House on Main Street 10 D M CHEN AULT 4TTORNEIRATL4W irHMovD KKVTUCKY Office on Second street over Then nits groc- eryJSON n ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELTQItS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office over Perry Thomas drugstore DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Vfficeinthf Dr Hobson building MalnStreet Tie sure your meat is salted lonwith J Q DickersonR cnlebratel Kanawa jpalt the best thats made Coy neton Arnold I Bro sole agents CuredYourRnns ns Catarrh fTnre lo cure any case nfPearrIi and ho will refund your inonev where it fails to cure suvenp of chronm catarrh no matter of how lout Ktnndintr One npnlioation trivei enso ami ret Rnnpensi Canrri ture con entnrrhTnniw nR Catnrrh Onre No nrNo RIMIdteltonher Sale A nunjher of mammoth Bronze Tur toys ns breeders Very large hone end fire rnarkiiiei voting Toms vreijrhinir Nov 1520 to 25 p nIvnunjl hens 15 to 18 ponnrin Snlcl alngly in pair or in trfoo to pnit purchaser Try one or more they will improve vonr flock atffifartlon jruarnnteet Prices on application J BEVEHW RnoAnnus- nov23 3moTallevViev Ky The M n Pnrrisfi School of Phon ojrraplv Hobson Rnildinir Lniestin strnction Positions secured tor pupils t or mt i rnni Cither since or en snite John O Tnvlor Son Ifimvtf Talepbona 202 A Frightened Horse running like rand down the street dumping the occupants or a hundred ther accidents are everyday occur rences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salv handy and theres none as good as Hucklnns Arnic Save pilEIUapneaeffect 25c at R O Stocktons drug store Ini Yonr meat will never spoil If JQ Dickersons celebrated Kanawa salt is used Covington Arnold Bro sole igents Some fine OI C and Duroc Jer sey Boars guts and pigs at reasonable prices Address John M Wheeler Winchester Ky 7dec 1m Dissolution Notice The firm known as tbe City Transfer Co composed of Elmer Parrish and Joe Mitchell has by mutual consent die retiringfromElmer Parrish 2Id4 Joe Mitchell Perfect fled Open ThOwenDav- enport and Bed Corn Lbined6aly lJaT npprt made which contains a goaalne bed lepnrato bed spring remor abte mkttreu nil concocted in the back forpeeItifrect Write tor fcitaloc The D Ten Company t4Bea ave cLvIt4Ni OHIO t d t La 11nf j ImpoYeriskea Soil Impoverished soil like imiiov DpislnMl blood needs a proper fertilizer A chemist by annlyz ing the soil can tell you what fertilizer to use for different products If your blood inipoverished vour doetorAvill tell you what you need to fertilize it and give it the rich red corpuscles that are JajlvingrJii it It may be you need a tonie but more likely you need n concentrated fat food lackinginThere ilno fat food that is so easily digestedand assimi lilted a- sScotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen lu body when milk and cream Nil lo do it Scotts Emulsion H always the same always iiilalable and always beneficial vlieix the body is wasting from any cauee either in children or adults lie will send you a sample frreI lie1tilllulxI is on tlu vrrupxr of eve y liittJe of ICmul ejoil ytl hll SCOTT 1 HIE ILJ1TS U9 Pearl St New York ru and lCO Druggists KILLED ON A HUNTING TRIP Kentucky Youth Is Shot Accidentally By Companion Covington Ky Dec 27 While hunting with his brother and a com panion Burrell Coop r 19 was acci dentally shot In the back by Everett Burton 22 and diea within ten minutes Both were residents of South Forfcsmouth Greenup County Ky The scene of the tragedy was three miles west of their home and occurred at it oclock Monday morning Sam Cooper a brother of the vie tlm Is employed as a brakeman on the C O railroad He left Covlngton Ky last Saturday morning to spend the holidays with his parents and brother on the farm Everett Burton lives on an adjoining farm to tho CoopersThe three young men left their homes early Monday morning for a hunting expedlUon At the time of the accident Burton was seated on a lo trying to extract a shell from his repeating shotgun Sam Cooper who was standing n the rear asked him what he was do- Ing and Burton turned toward him as the gun went off the charge tearing a large hole In Rurrell Coopers back who was seated on a rock some dIs- tance away ONE DEAD AND ONE WOUNDED Stewart Fell at Maidens First Shot and Renfrew at the SecondI Owensboro Ky Dec 27Rlce Ren frpw is dead and Jack Stewart lies In his home dangerously wounded as the result of belng shot by Anthony Maid en In Ohio county Maiden ant Renfrow had a dIsagree- ment about ti hog several weeks ago They met in the country store of John Atford A man was sitting in the doorway of the store with a shot gun in his hand Maiden walked out grabbed the shotgun and leveled it at Renfrow wh6 jerked Stewart In front of him just aj Maiden pulled the trig get The load of eliot took effect In Stewarts arm and shoulder and ha fell on the floor of the porch In an instant Maiden had pulled the other trigger of the gun and Renfrow fell to the floor shot through the abdomen He died almost Instantly Renfrew was 35 years of age and married Stewart wai removed to his horn and a physician was called It was necessary to amputate his arm at the shoulder Maiden is 65 years old Ha is on his way to Hartford to surrender to the sheriff He says that Renfrow was In the act of drawing a pistol and he shot In selfdefenseiArrested as He Left the Paducah Ky Dec 28 PenIStewart about i30 was Eddyvilja penitentiary as lie walked out after serving a threeyears sen tence for burglary at Bowling Green and sought to this city Tuesday by Deputy Marshal G W Saunders charged with robbing a post office at West Toledo i In March IDOL Noted Hotel Burned Glasgow Ky Dec 29Tho Mentz hotel at Glasgoir Junction was destroyed by fire LeGS estimated at about 9000 with ii000 Insurance This was one of the best known hotefs in the United States as most of the peo pIe who visited Mammoth Cave stopped there Contracted for Twelve Wells Lexington Kjv Dec 29 Contracts have been madci by William Meter on LIwhosegas was recently discovered with Ben jamin Talbott of Chicago whereby the latter is to sink one dozen wells on the farm at he depth of 2000 feet each Want an erupt H pItaT Frankfort Ky Dee 2fT FraJIa ln county boar of health he fiscal court the cousty to jolR with the state prison Mmatkwton and jibe city of Frankfort In ute ereetioa of aa for the cars et Kallpbx patients litk SfeackeUord k Ga Iff ibow thwr Hoej if iI h4 aad Tl y Lebl4woM pIo 06 r t MAHCUM DAMAGE TRIAL The Case Was Resumed After a Cou plo of Days Recess Winchester Ky Dec 2SAfter a recess of a couple of days the trial of the Marcum case was resumed Tues day and about 20 witnesses for the defense answered to their names So far the witnesses examined Tues day have been clerks in Hargls Bros store They agree that when Marcum was killed Tom White came across the street at once from the court house that Judge Hargis ordered th9 courthouse searched and that tho searching party found nothing that Hargis expressed a desire to find out who did the killing and a willingness to Issuen warrant for his arrest Capt Ewen who was with Marcum when he was killed repeatedly said he did not see who dIll the killing The testimony Tuesday afternoon in the Marcum case was not of asensa tional character Several witnesses testified as to tho familiar facts to the killing of Marcum that JudgejHar gis ordered the courthouse searched without effect that he expressed an earnest desire to capture the assas sin that Ewen declared that he did not know who killed Marcum and other previouslybrought Several witnesses declared that the reputation of Capt Ewen for truth and veracity was not good and the character of Ruck mOralI wife was bad Several members of the special grand jury which Investigated the death of Marcum and indicted Tom White and Curt Jett for the crime were present to testify that the testl mony of Henry Noble on this trial was different from that given before that body Judge Benton decided that they might testify that they were members of that body and that Noble was before it but that the secrets of keptInviolate tosItlmony orjto attacks on the character ot Buck Cottongane and wife Capt B J Ewen a prominent wit ness for the defense and a number of purIIposethe moral character of Mr and Mrs Buck Cottongano was very bad and the reputation of Capt B J Ewan for truth and veracity was bad Several witnesses testified to the relative positions of Marcums house and the rock quarry from which It is alleged an attempt was made to assassinate Marcum STABBED THREE TIMES An Unknown Man Found Dead on the Pike Near lchwoodIRlchwood Ky Dec 29An un known man was found dead about one mite north of Richwood Ky on tho Cincinnati and Lexington turnpike about 9 oclock Wednesday morning throughthesharp instrument such as a small blade of a pocket knife The trunk of the body was bare of clothing A coat and vest lay near by with a watch and chain and somo other small valuables There was no sign of a struggle A light snow fell during the night which perhaps covered up traces of a struggle if any took place The victim was a middleaged man weight about 190 pounds with a light mustache IA LIQUOR CURE FiveYearOld Negro Died After Being Given a Dose Louisville Ky Dec 29John Clark a Negro five years old is dead at the home of his parents in Lyndon of acute alcoholism In consequence of eicessivo doses of wine and a mixture of wine and whisky administered to him iy his stepfather and his mother in an effort to keep him from ever hav lag a desire for drink by making him sick on it 1Frankfortfor rehearing in the court of appeals will be filed by the attorneys for the prosecution in time Caleb Powers case This has been positively determined and much speculation as to the outcome Is being indulged InIRemains Are Still Mayfield Ky Dec 29The body of the man found with his throat cut on J H Reynolds place last week still unidentified He has the IsI ance of having been aman of gence and refinement Hundreds of people have viewed the body Legislators Looking for Quarters Frankfort KYDee29Managcr Weitzel of the Capital hotel has received several requests from members of the general assembly for rooms In anticipation of an extra session to provide a suitable sit for the new capl toLy tHIsCampton Ky Dec 29Floy Saucy son of George Salley former assessor of this county was shot In the left arm by Gorge Combs on Stlllwater creek Dr Carroll of this city was called to amputate the member To Trail Burglars Lexington Ky Dec 27Capt V G Milliken of Wilmore passer through here with his bloodhound bound for Lincoln county to trail burglars who bow open a safe In the store of Wil liam Cummings at Preachers ville and obtained a large sura of money For iale I desire to sell privately my saloon business onFirst street The fixtures whirli are as nptodate as any in Rich inond are comparatively new and in excellent condition For particulars call on or address WM CreekHiore Rlcbmonc1Iy 100 ftr tiL Ani Dir ta The moneypaid for A Coles Original Hot Blast Stove is saved in fuel each winter The fire is never out ia this wonderful stove and you drew in warm rooms every morning What more can be asked ofa stove Burse mAl hard co lYpfl si JCObIBd r110ftI Avoid iHUtatioflfl clftl wed te bevj good DpfeliMeUM A Cp Gordbit aHciCJIJe r f J t c COR MAIN 8i FIRSifi tl SOSSBiThS co Fine Clothes MJerBALTIMORE NEWYORK and haveI fresh see I Now is to time to buy youi We have put very low prie all to sell the over Dry Hats until have the low cash are on all D We purchased our vehicles to sell nil it yon called price will prove this assertion and maki f von on friend antI custf- f tf S Prnp e SIEN CURED TMf ttet or glncttt Dnlni tuk PIIaopleaKekhei tkioL Jrmovetherue SIrE molu rEOItp4S HIM SUnljkr COlot 0 814 r OSp is the j m I CheapestOne iburglarymaydeprive between worthanywhere 210 I and I One of posit a De is the Trust Co Richmond Ky tor Mt A nice story in rvne adjoining Estill proper on or address J B Panola Ky7ep41n 1Busy Cash Store S I The kind that Helps you in the f World Thats the kind of clothing we sell It is made by Scfiloss Bros j Correct Clothes Makers It is HANDTAILORED throughout t It is cut on the newest lines particularEveryand so as to hold its shape In linings collars buttonholes and all the details of finishing each garment is up to the merchant tailor standard and a than muchof the j stuff that masquerades as merchant fcif tailoring IThe picture shows a prosperous looking 4suit that for business and general wear constitutes a gentlemans ideal of excel and moderation What do you think of such as this in rich warm Cheviots and fashionable mixtures At so low a asrz IIiOur Great Loom End Sale closed Saturday December 7th we just up NEW GOODS in every department You wouldnt know the store to openedi II IEverything new everything and all ready for Old Santa Claus Holiday Stuff 1 irison the new goods in order them out Clean up before holidays are Dont buy anything in Goods Clothing Furnishing Goods Toys Notions- Carpets Shoes etc you heard prices we naming our new stuff youhaventW OLD IiAM and CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY will only get verlastine MilkHT N JEEPOALNoVI075 TEAH pitowrapperea receipt Which I valuables I0000ISafe Box costs I chespestiiI State Bank two Irame residence Springs rOlllDslIVltlll111 particulars call Brondlns Bee on Co made fully sight better lence price fc USED IN YOUR GARDEN THIS YEAR MEAN BETTER QUALITIES AND LARGER RETURNS AWARDED COLD MEDAL ST LOUIS 104 ourSEEDRapeSeedWOOD STUBBS ca CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KErJLI V ii= 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 ot 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 v 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 andreliably John Allman Main StreetMcKee corner Telephone JJ3 IIALLS IIt VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer 1 II f1thenw a J1J ur rURir I 1 I j f Winter is now approaching and it is now time for fall cleaning J Every housewife wants something new to brighten up the drearydays I that nro soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty Picture or anica Rug We handle nlpktnds of house furnishing goods from the i smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suites t IfOur line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers Rugs a largo Jine of odd Recking Chairs and everything that will 5jjnake ai hpmecIzyand comfortable alIi fCdme and inspect our bigstock Specl atteatioa is called to pur Undertahlng QcpltmeBt r r i 4 i L iIiuiwIIHuuuIuuIIuuuluIHIIuIuuIPuINIIuuIulIMIuIIuIIuIuIIuI AM II 1 aII a ti 8 a S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S 0 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SSISSSSSSSSSSSSSIS SSISSSSISSSSSSSSSSs s3SSsSSSSS SSSSSSSt I t t t z e ra0 S IS We have receivedS just a e S I LinenS JS Handkerchiefs Mufflers 5SS5 CollarsSe5 5 ButtonsS S S Stick Pins and also theSnewest line of ladies and S 0 gents House Slippers in S s 50e 55 town S S I 55 Lsrutcn UP Jri661e S S S S S S 5Ss0s0 s SSSSSSOSS5 5S5eS5SSS0 S SSSSSSSS5SSflSSSSSS5S Se The Richmond Climax URLIlH EVERY WSDNItIDA MYI Jho Climax Printing Gc Incorporated J J OHBNAULT President D MILLEREditor Manager PRICE 100 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE n IKIIV lN 4 IPm DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER For Jnty Judge N It TURPIN Put County Attorney It II CROOKE For Sheriff r B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Ansessor- BO YD P WAGERS For Stipt Pnblic Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF QUITE a compliment was that be stowed on Honorable W O Davis of Versailles when Governor J C W Beokham offered him the Judgeship of Woodford county to succeed Honorable It L Stout resigned The ap- poIntment was all the more apprecia ted by Mr Davis and his friends con sidering the fact that it was unsolicit ed Mr Davis however declined to nocept the place and the Governor iippninted Mr James F Wilhoit to tilt the vacancy Mr Wilhoit is a well known and able attorney Mr I avis many friends regret exceedingly hi action in the matter lie is well known all over the State and is an unusually bright and gifted man IIii has recently figured conspicuously in the railroad franchise tax cases be furs the Suprece Court at Washington In Bat Again According to reports from Winches ter it seems that Mose Cliairibars well known here lias gotten in bad again Recently a horse and buggy stolen Irotu Shirley Haddn at Winchester has boon founl at Lock land Ohio and tim thief proved to be the above named personage who has figured in more than one crime lie is a native of this courtly and seems to be infused with bail blood lie was arrested and re turned io Winchester where he now awaits li is trial BlOwers Our January Clearance Sale is now on and will be continued for about Two Weeks g Every article in our vast stock of Furniture Carpets Draper ies Wall Paper and Art Goods is marked in plain figures and is reduced in price There is further a 20 per cent discount on every framed picture in the house There are some magnificient bargains in our collection and we hope that you will avail ourself of this opportunity to make an early selection No goods will be chargedat Clearance Sale prices C1F1l3rovierCo1 AND BROADWA i LIJXINGTON KYJ f r = IAHistory of Richmond I andIr For sometime past we have been considering the advisability of getting out a history of Richmondand Madison county We have been in correspondence with some of the leading historians and discriptive writers throughout the East and have at last secured the services of one of the best known men in this class of work in the East in the person of Mr Jos B Borders who will arrive sometime this week The CLIMAX will issue about the latter part of February a handsomely illustrated magazine the same size as the Ladies Home Journal and will be devoted primarily to the advantages of Richmond and Madison county and will set forth claims of recognition of this county in the development of which agriculture and industry have been so important factors Richmond Kirksville Waco Silver Creek Red House Berea Union City Doylesville Estill Terrill Whites Station Valley View Newby White Hall Kingston Speedwell etc and other places in the county wilt be written upin such a manner as to invite investigation attract capital and imigration from other sections and show to the world that as a place to live and succeed in Madison county is on a par with any other part of the country Some of the prominent features of this beautiful magazine will be the agricul tural advantages that this county possesses above other counties The rich productive soil and the noncomparable system of irrigation makes this county the most fertile farming section of the world As a stock raising center this countys boast of green pastures clear cool streams cool shade of its forest has never been dis puted for nowhere in the length and breadth of the land can be found better facilities for raising fine stock than in Madison The historial part of this county as we have long ago discovered is very interesting Some of the most famous men whose names have gone down in our his tory have lived in this county We have already secured a great deal of valuable information concerning the past history besides hav ing numerous offers from some of our oldest citizens to write lengthy articles concerning things of interest that have taken place in this county The history will be profusely illustrated with portraits of some of the old building streets men and places that are dear to the heart of everyone living within its borders This will be something well worth keeping and preserving as it will be authentic and originial Not only will its past be graphically told but its present progress and advantages for future development will be written in such a manner as to make this magazine to Richmond and Madison county what the Commercial Clubs are to larger cities Industry has always been and is at present the most powerful factorof the universe To this all important feature we will devote the greater part of this magazine our idea being to arouse new in terest in our city to demonstrate its many commercial facilities and to show the many reasons why that Rich mond is ahead of all other towns of its size in the State The Commercial Clubs in other cities are spending thousands of dollars in this manner to boom their towns and to create new activity and how profitable this has proven has been shown by the fact that all cities of any size who have any local pride are taking up this methodThis magazine will be something in whichevery citizen should feel an interest in as it will be strictly local and authentic We want each and every industry to be represented no mafter how large or small It is our aim to illustrate this magazine with halftone por traits of all prominent men business houses manufactures and churches It is needless to say that this enterprise will require a large amount of money to carry it to a successful conclusion but we underestim ate the liberality of the merchants and other business men in the county if they shall nQt subscribe promptly and generously in its support As an advertising medium the edition presents an extraordinary opportunity to merchants nd manufac turers and other business men to make a direct appeal which will reach and be read by the right kind of peo pIe ior years to come and will take a proJ Rent place in every library This mtgazine will be 30 to 40 pages size 12ixl9 inches in regular inagHzine or bookfprin on heavy 1j iI e IIR Ji I enameled book paper with si special design cover in two colors it will be highly illustrated with over 300 halfBtone engravings photographe and madespecially for this issue It will be printed in one of the largerC cities and will be sent out as a supplementto this a paper free The printing and pitorial part of the edi tion will illustrate the most approved style of design ing and reproduction Remember we wait a picture of your farm or resi dence to appear in this issue It is our purpose to interview personally ife many as possible hut asthp territory to cover is large we hdpe those whara willing td further this enterprise will not wait but come to this office and subscribe for space or extra copies of this magazineJAs the public well know we do not deal in wild cat schemes and fake advertising and we do hot advise our friends to do so As a rule advertising on wall cards programs telephone books etc is not worth the paper it is written on Anything that is interesting will be read and considered arid nothing is more interesting to a community than its history progress and future prospects No better opportunity could be offered to allow us to tell the people whoyou are and what you are doing The future of this town and county is in our own hands and it it remains to say whether we will push forward to to the goal of highachievements or rest in the sloughful contentment of a mediocre exist anoe With the former end in view and with an eye single to the advancement and upbuilding of our town and county We have undertaken this work and we cm safely guarantee that this magazine will be the most attractive artistic and entertaining piece of literature every published in this or any other State Mr Jos B Borders Historian Descriptve Writer and Photographer We have secured the services of the7 above well known Pictorial Editor who will have personal super vision of this work Mr Borders makes this class of work a specialty and has established a reputation in this line He has distinguished himself as a special artist for some of the large metropolitan papers as a correspondent to foreign countries also as war corres pondent to Cuba and Porto Rico during the Spanish American war He is the compilator of Porto Rico in Wartime Novia Scotia the Land of Bvangeline Syracuse N Y as seen with a Camera British Columbia and its People etc besides being the com pilator of fortyfive magazines of the kind we are to issue The most recent ones in this State being Illustrated Danvilleand County of Boyle Nelson County and its History O N R R History etc Now this well equipped artist will picture in words sketches and photographs agricultural historical and industrial Madison He comes highly recommended in person and and press clippings Any favors shown him will be appreciated Mr Borders or others of this office will call on you in the near future to have your business or residence photographed and written up If we do not see you call at this office We will spare no time money or pains to make this edition a work of which every every person in the county wijl be justly proud All photographs of buildings streets scenes residences farm houses churches etc will be made free of any cost by our special artist AyersLosing your hair Coming out by the combful And doing nothing No sense in that Why dont you use Ayers Hair Vigor an- dHair Vigor promptly stop the falling Your hair will begin to grow too and all dandruff will dis appear Could you reason ably expect anything better Ayer hair Vigor Is a great Iiece1 with me My Iralr was fallliiK out very Iwdly lint the Hair Vigor stopped it and now hair II all right W a Uoiiuy 81W a bottle J c AYER All IJWfll Ma dIgitfor Thin Hair r Notice Having sold my saloon business and desiring to leave for the West to reside I use this methoi Of calling on all those indebted to me for prompt settlement oftheir account s Trusting this notice will be Hiifllcient Turn Knnpectfnlly dec2ltf H O Creekmore My brick tor RmtIcontaining eight stable crib aud buggy house as well as other necessary outbuildings S Parrish Richmond Ky Stray Sag Black boar hog weight about 125 pounds came to my place December 1 The owner can get same by P charge FrgnkPrathi r Second Street l4ihcft BeliBfS IBJ 0n I Removals The first of the year always bring with itaiiy number of removals ni everv day witnesses changes of resi dences among renters Dr T J Ta v lor has moved his family into the Jo 1YoccupiedThe Clark family have taken Dr llol tons home whieIlev and Mrs Wea ver have gone back to the Mr and Mrs T H Collins have gon e to housekeeping in Mrs A W Smith us home on High street Mrs Smith will have rooms in the Holton building Mr and Mrs W O Ilienault will move into the Douglas home on Hii b purehsspiJsamewho have been occupying this house will for the present board at the Glya don until their new house in the West End is completed Mrs Hose Jarmar and daughter have moved to the Lax on farm near town having rented their house on the Summitt to Mr Bo Wagers MATRIMONIAL MOOIJJINOCLACSB The marriage of Miss Mallie Clause to Mr Walter Moulding on last Wednesday night came as quite a supris to the majority of the brides friends as only a vei few bad been apprised of her secr byIence of several intimate friends TI bride is a most attractive young lad of the brunette type and has for some time been one of the popular salesla dies at W D Oldhams She Is po sessed with a bright sunny disposition that attracts her to all with whom she comes in contact The groom lea rfs inn young business man of Kokonio Ind and stands high in the business and social circles of his home town Mr and Mrs Moulding left Thursday morning for their horne in Kokoino and the best wishes of many friends followed the happy bride in her new relation I n t ShactfelfordCo selLthe Radiant ome Coles Hot Blast and Cyclone Hot last heating stoves Jec21tf Exaiqjjhp elijjtant display of OarriagesiPuArles etc before making purchase are filling vehicles at the lowest possible prites Richmond Carnage Works S Jj Midkiff Prop For Renti J My house located on West Main street containing jven rooms and tour acres of land Apply to 12octtf C HPieg For Ran I desire to rent for the year 1904 the Bright store room on Main street now occupied jy Mr T A Robinson J tf Mjss Laura R Bright tI B H Luxon Bro will furnish J von with nice bright clover hay for your cows at right prices 28dlt New Time Lard on L A Comrqencing Monday Dec 10th noon train for Irvine and afternoon train from Irvine will be discontinued until fnrtheriiotiee No nhnnge in ar rival ami departure of other trainsat Richmond M Hacker Agt Shackelford Co sell the all white imported steel chinaware fdec21tt SaJroe ii We have for sale a fine male Poland China hog and five gilts 28d2t ili 7hlteon Straytd A black steer weight about Ibl Liberal reward for returr of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky For Kent Two nice rooms on the ground floor in this Schlegel building for rent uitabJe for an office 2t WANTED Ladies musically inclin ed SO to S15 per week easily earned at home all or part lime also canvasser either sx Address with eta inn lIar mony Miitfic to Sarnnac Mich It is Serious some Richmond People Fail to Realize the Seriousness Tlie pollutant Hchinir of n had hark Tit Wirines the tired feeling The imiim ZIh tIhIIf kidney ils A eieri n neglrried lxiiirr iii ifinarv trouble f lla v A Nichnla vili nan Hhllns you how avoid them I Ii1l4 Va1r grrver of EHB sreei Nilio aville pay M v kldiim triHihled in fllror twiw yeiirn with a heavy dull cMnU actrAH tilt n nail of my hsck hell fn severe tuna fir a week I would have too about in atinipecl position it btinir irmxiKM Ole fr me to strniihen When u this eniiditlnn hall o lii niiKt mrpfn1 tau I WII BWHie that arty jerk or wis ir Mudn movement would hrijiir II till inure piiiiilinient The perretionK rom the Uiilnpys were think imil rnpv iml containeii much aHmniHii They VArp ton frHqiillt in aclon niiilat fiitht niv ret wac iiinih broken I aw Dnans Klilnev Pills einlorped bv e plp in nearliv towns anil I trot n b X Thev irave me almost ImnxdiHte elief and after n fit if two lwe5 the sits in mv hark iliR ppeared and III rouhlf with the kidney uerrftlnns wa iirrTted I will FnbRtatiliHte thee tiiHrku to any perhon who wislie to iatl on inn Pleiitv more proof like this fmn Uirhinond people Call HI H L Slid dnltoiis drug store and ask what hit custoiViels report Fur sale hv all dealers Jrip BOc Foster Milburti To Buffalo NY sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other Jan At The Theatre S Lots of pretty girls sweet catchy inueic a gorgeous display of gowns of the present days latest creations and the various stage accessories to match a raging riot of rapid rep rtee anti side splitting scenes and comic sights la something like what is claimed for Ihp new musical farce by Frank Dumont called Happy Hooligan to be pre sented at the Grand Opera House on January 5 It has some of the pretties music that has been written in a decade and the comedy is sparkling with rapid fire wit and the hundred or more ludi crone laughable humorous situation that arise from t hat wellmeaning yerj obliging and cxtreuily polite individual Happy hooligan who always cornel to grief The cast includes the names of tha following welt known people John Price Frank MeNial Ruby Raymond Chas Gamblisch Eva Thatcher Chas Sanders Joseph Pettingill and a chorus of twenty five wellselected and carefully trained girls with excellent voices Prices 25 50 75 and SI The Rummy ud ictiuiiiifaig 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 and manager Jules Marry who will briny 8this most brilliant and successful come Iday of recent years to this city in the near future has provided a company that is meeting with approbation every critlC8pno this company has been a veritable sue cession of triumphs At Grand Opera Honse Saturday January 7 Prices 1sUnder Southern Skits The following taken from the Cincin naIl Enquirer of November 14th says The interest ator3of flowerseen ted Southland in the antebellum days is not stranger to the Walnuts clientele but one of those 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 burrow into the atfec tions of the great body of playgoers rdfor with Way Down Fat lad Under Southern Skies she has succeeded in bringing to stagehand plays not only in teresting In themselves but doubly in teresting for tbe fact that in the matter of lasting qualities they are without rivals in their respective class flea lions tDeaflless Cannot be Cured as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafiets and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con theyflamed you have a tumbling sound or impertect liHaring and when it Is en tirely cclf eddafllsIR the result and takennmal condition hearing will be destroy ed forever nine cases ont of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mu cous services We will give One Handred Dollars for any case or deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be1 cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Sendifor circulars Tree FJCHEVKY CoToledoO Sold by drawtets 75c falls Faulty Pills are the beet a jr J h nYu ta r L 4 IJ7w 7w 7r7W 7 7 ffi 7F7F 7FF fl 7F iI 7 L a- tri rM W a Just received some advance 1 Ik spring styles in Ladies and Mensriv Fine Shoes s also a complete line of Rubber Boots and Shoes t Dont loose sight of our famous 3 Snag proof Boots 1 RICE nod ARNOLD I THE ONE PRICE HOUSEp L 17 R FFIj 7W 71 ffi 71 7 Announcements FOR MAYOR We are authorized to announced Ci ARENCE K WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Rich mond party Mibject to the action of the Democratic FOR CITY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce R E ROBERTS a candidate for City Attorney sub ect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THUS H COLLINS a candidate for City Attorney sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CHIEF OF POLICE We are athorized to announce JAMES H 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 We are authorized to announce V W lIAR DIN a candidate for tile office of thief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Dtrooc anc party We are authorized to annOunce W M CREKKMORrt a candidate for Chic of Police of Klclimond subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce LEK O SHEAKER a candidate for Jailer of Mad son county subject to the action of the Republicun party B U Middelton Signs the Bond Mionn Natures Cure for Indiges tion Costs Nothing if it Fails The guarantee given with Miona is no ordinary promise It is a guarantee bond signed by your own druggist a reliable firm right in this town Read the following guarantee bond and see how trimple anti plain it is I hereby agree to refund the motley paid for Miona on return of empty box if the pur chaser tells me that it lies failed to cure indigestion or stomach troubles This guarantee coy ers IWO boxes or a months treatment Price 60i per box Signed It does not always happen that two boxes of Mioim will cure A case if stomach trouble that has Linen present for years but will certainly give mb than enough benefit to prove that the remedy will cure In ordinary cases one or two boxes will restore perfect healthIA few doses of Miona will strengthen the nerves of the stomach so that the appetite will return and you will be started n the right road to health Ninetythree per cent of chronic diseases begin with indigestion Cure the dyspeptic troubles regulate the digestion and avofd the late of chronic invalidismRemember you run no risk in using Miona B L Middelton warrants it and it costs you nothing unless it cures The Art Club met last week with Misses Kellen and Laura Bennett papers being read by Miss Mary Tribble On Monnay next January 9 the club will meet at the Elk Club parlors at 230 pm Subject Municipal Art continued by Mrs T J Smith Jr Mrs McLellan Mrs John Hoo Rug ell and Miss Colyer Ask Shack elford Co to show you their line ot small heaters and wood stoves They are cheap dec21tf ARB y U IIT RnTBll Ii TBB Condition of Y- ourTeeth Do you want them to look well anti work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25o Teeth Filled 60o With Gold 1 Solid Gold T eth4Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth Tha lat set of teeth 6 thcYRrclbehaving the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Ueluloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist eaifcl Kentucky Y jL w C 1IIi r o Gas HEA TERSt V y Mr Gus Merry Musical All Funny and Pretty well known Artists as Ruby Raymond Eva Thatcher Virgie Dale Anna Byrns Esther Morse Lillian Dana Grace Mahon Marie Weller Gladys Rogers Frances McKeury Minnie Aldrich Jeannette DArville I John Price Frank Joseph Frank BecRer Joe Hanan James Joseph John Burns Bert LaRose and 1905 The J905 miles of Lines in the Central States which have by expenditure of large sums of money been to the grade of perfection and their equipment in cludes everything of the best and latest designs Car Lines from the commodious Ceutral Union Station in the heart of Cincinnati to St Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Buffalo Boston and New Trains leave Cinnlnpatl Morning Noon and for the obovb and many other Cities making direct connection with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals For information call at Ticket Office Injjalls Building Fourth Vine or address Warren JLTBCH Gen Pass Ticket Agt I E Retro Gen A Cincinnati Obia W P Tray Pass Tenn 4Call up Zanncs Mill over the phone or gand see them about sell ing your corn It will be your ad vantage Now is the time to buy Moves at DB Shacffcelford Cois wliil they areoheapv v dec21tf 5at oIIIloo 1DkWith Heater tThe room is heat d quickly satisfactorily anti cheaply They i cost little and being detachch can be used in any room Telephone Orders r Promptly Filled A J FUchnaondJ Water and Light Company e THURSDAYEngagement Hills Melange POppy Hooligan Gi- rlsPEOPLE40 40Such E McNish Cnarlea Saunders Pettingil Micheal Heflerman Murphy Conway Ueorge Donaldson IIPRICESPopular B1g4Operate- iiii558 Railway brought highest Through Sleeping Louis Cleveland York Nlht detailed Cincinnati Southern Bawky Agent- Chattanooga to 4janlm 1 Gas table Saturday 7th Jules Murry Presents the New York and London Comedy Success The Mummy and JULES Mfir3 cq4hraJIf KI1I AItM1I1IMIIICi till 0 J The HummingBird with W A Whitecar as Lord Lumley New Production Competent Cast i Prices 25 50 75cf 1 j Ti r1 T b ITu z I An Opportunity untilSeptemberin our large Vehicle stock Dontt fail to see our 65 and 75 Buggies they are worth JO to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone Iv taaVg CttaQ VJOovks IRIc3HMOND KY Peebles Sweet Hickory feetSOLE AGENTS MAIN STREET PHONE 1U I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 4 1905 House or rooms for rent Apply to Mrs S J Ward 7dec tf Jersey milk abolutely pure 20c per gallon 2ntt Butler Carrier Buy your heater from Shackelford Co for they sell the best dec2Uf Covington Arnold Bro are sole agents for the J Q Dickersons cele ilbrated Kanawa salt Mr R A Han is has moved from- the Terrill farm near White Hall to this county 11Cleveland B H Tuxon and Bro and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 2Sdtf B H Luxon Bro have the nicest 1 lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when Jn need 28detf You can get the top price for your 1com from Zaring Its an easy place to unload and you get your money on the spot 4janlm IJohn Hollands blacksmith shop and contents near Dreyfus this countyI were destroyed bv fire Friday Loss Oi no insurAllceIJudea H C Rice has moved hip law office from the City Hall build into the Oldham building occupying rooms No 3 and 4 with Attorney Ha zelwood The Louisville Times in Mondays issue has about five pages devoted to the financial standing of thft various merchants manufacturers and indus trial institutions of the city which shows the progress of the city This is a very comm ndablt feature on the part of the Times and one which shows the interest the paper has in the future development of its Industrial enterprise That bv the way Iawhat we are going to do In our grand history of Richmond aol Madison county that we are now at work on On of the experts ofthe Bureau of Forestry MVB Kentucky people are beginning to experience what Spain and Judea and other deforested coun trips have experienced and that is tor rential floods alternating rlth drought and at the same time a diminished and fluctuating rainfall from the saina gen eral cause A well wooded country is a well watered country The removal of the forest works a change in a cli mate there is less humidity and the extremes of heat and cold are more marked If it he deforestry that is working tile chance for the worse in Ohio region and causing the droucht and there is every reason to believe that such is the factit behooves theI people to turn and help their ow- nprayersthat in by taking measures through legislature enactment and oth erwise for the preservation of tha forI eats It Lost On Lancaster pike on Friday December 23 1004 one black anti white setter dog Reward of S5 will be paid for return of same to Henry White j janl tf Iticliinond Ky Something to 4 e 5 Q9 ffl N Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered Fr e e o f ChargeYour Work Solicited Z T RICE Agent StorePphone Messrs J B Azbill Son of Kingston have purchased the grocery business on Main street of Mr J M Fowler taking possession January 2 Will Move to lawn 1It is indeed pleasant news to the friends of Mr B B Million and family to know that tLey will In the near future move Into town to reside Mr Million has recently purchased the C E Smith home on West Main treetIThere is no more popular family in Madison county than Mr Millions and they will receive a hearty welcome as town residents tor aIe Highly improved stock farm of 575 acres in the Blue Grass section of Clay county Ky situated on the Mt Ster ling and Winchester turnpike being about seven miles from Winchester and about the same from Mt Sterling Ky Canbe divided into four farms as follows One of SO acres with good house of five rooms and new tobacco barn One of 100 acres adjoining the above with house of four rooms findc large tobacco barn One ot 180 IIcresj with large dwelling of eight rooms all necessary outbuildings three barns and i two tenant houses One of 215 acres with two houses two barns and outbuildings For particulars address J C Scobee Winchester Ky 4jan3t DEATH TAYLoRMrs Samira Taylor died ost Tuesday at the home of her daugh ter Mrs Martin Gentry near Uniou City Deceased who bad been ill for quite a while was eighty years old and was a noble Christian woman She was a devout member of the Baptist church She is survived by a number of children arrong whom are Mes dames Martin and Billy Gentry and Mr J Gideon Taylor Her remains were taken to Estill county her old home for interment ANDERSON At the homeof her daugh ter Mrs W A Ogg on December 23 1904 Mrs Amanda Anderson Fu neral Eervices wer conducted by Rev McCuley anti Rtv Derthick and bur ial in Richmond cemetery Mrs An derson was born March 24 1829 In 1849 she was married to Charles Ander son who preceded her to the grave eleven months ago She joined the Christian church when 20 years of age and was a zealous member of the church until her death Deceased was a d voted wile and loving mother She Is survived by seven children Mrs W A Ogg Mrs Alice Boian G E J A L R 0 S and W 0 Anderson Officers Elected On last Tuesday night the annual election of officers was held at the Richmond Lodge No 25 F and A M Mr W R Letcher Jr was made Master E P Clark Senior Warden II H Frasa Junior Warden S S Parkes Treasurer E D Ballard Steward and Tyler and It E Roberts Junior Deacon All of these selections were most excellent ones and this division of Masonry Is In splendid circumstances and is growing constantly The members feel great satisfaction over the work done by the lodge during the past year and the number of new members ad dedIMadison Lodge No 183 F and A M Kirksville elected the following officers B Prewitt W M Dr Hart Boxley S M T E Wheeler JtV Joe T Long Treasurer O J Moberley Secretary S G Estus S D Eugene Barnes J D C B Turner Sand T T rr IAT J is always an interesting subject especially when JT you know where to find such Wo have everything J to season in the grocery line L Green Vegetablestall kinds of J- C Canned Goods Fruits Candies AT in fact everything that can be found in a first v A class grocery We call special attention to our line JK ttI of SEEDS We handle all kinds of J FIELD AND- GARDEN t I II SEEDS i GIVE US A CA- LLarber1JuguoIgz u 3 Successors to E Deatherage Go r wAii rI tI RtJ a 1rr r r f jif 4f kf t rif ft 3 w titt titti e 4 I CUT L PRICES ON I T J V h t havesThe stock while much reduced by heavy selling is still larger than all other Richmond stocks t1rcombined thus affording ample variety to select from I JPhNot a garment reservedall go in this big salethe finest and best clothing that tailoring skill can produce at prices in reach of every buyer4Come now and fit yourself out for Christmas Read these big reductions and be the first to make your choice 2500cut to 1900 1520cut to 1225 2250 v 1750 985 2000 f 1650 800e 675 f I 1800 1475 500 385 reductions4sBig Savings on = Boys Knee Suitst Extraordinary reduction on all Boys Knee Suitsall the latest styles included Norfolks Buster Browns double breasted andall the other fashionable things I 7 aId6cu to 475 350cut to 275 500 385 250 185 400I 325 200I 150 Boys Overcoats at same reductions t til j Io It r s II COVINGTONt A Cusplaor For tvay Seat The Dariess County Grand Jury re turned indictments against the Louis villa Henderson and St Louis Illinois Central and Louisville and Nashville Railroad Companies for failure to provide cuspidors Si the coaches The law on the subject says a spittoon sisal be provided Tor every seat in the coach New store tor Richmond It is gratifying news to his many friends to know that that splendid man Mr P M Pope has dEcided to go into business here Ho has rented the Bright store room and will at once open no a firstclass hardware store Mr Pope has spent his life in this busi ness and knows it from start to finish He is a splendid citizen and he will receive a warm welcome back into the list of Richmonds wideawake hustling merchants The CLIMAX wishes Mr Pope unbounded success in this his return to his firsllove Out of the Race Mr Everett Berry hue announced that he has withdrawn from the race for Chief of Police His increased business interests necessitates this move much to the egret of his friends and supporters Captain Rerr is an allaround good man and would have made a splendid officer as his past records on the police force show He has the wishes of his numerous friends for continued success in business and itfcoes without saying that a man of Captain Berrys type In just as useful a private citizen as be would be a public officer Squire Dykes Made Thre Couples Happy Last Thursday was a recordbreaker for our popular totrralian Squire Dykes who united for wenl or woe the lives of three couples They were Mr G M Woods and Miss Mary M Murray J R Whitaker and Miss Hat tic Whitaker and Smith Thomas and Miss Mollie Maupin It is needless to say that the Squire used his most im pressivo ceremony and the happy brides and gallant grooms were well pleased with his style and went awav congratulating themselves over having their nuptial knots tied by a man so well versed in the art Ready For Business The new firm of C E Douglas Co serda out a happy New Year greeting to their many friends and announce that they are now ready for business This firm composed of Messrs Charles E Douglas James D Arbuckle and George D Simmons is an unusually strong cue All three members are young men well experienced in the hardware trade They are too well known to need au introduction to our people and it goes without saying that Hustle will be their watchword and honest prices and fair treatment will be their method of dealing Their sore room has undergone some remod eling which Wide very materially to the appearance of theIr stock The UMAX extends corgratnlatioim to the new firm and wishes them a prosperous New Year fThe Hutting Cash Store January the dorway of the Jfew Year Slay it open up limitless possibilities the lull realization of every hope and ambition liealth happi ness success We fully appreciate the liberal patronage shown us by Un people of Madison and adjoining counties Our highest aim in the future aa in the past will be to offer the highest grade goods for the least possible prices Our stocks although slightly broken at this season still con talus numerous bargains for you and will be sold at extremely low prices to get thtrq out before ttiOsrIng season We corduMly invite everyone to Five us- a call before buying Thanking you again or past favors iiud soliciting a further continuance o jthe same we are verv1 truly Lackey fc HfcKiiltori The Hailing Cash Stqre u 0 Fire at Lancaster- A fire broke out in Mr John LearV millinery store at Lancaster Thursday night which quickly spread to the Laneaster Grocery owned by Mr D D Goiger formerly ot this city and to the undertaking establishment of W O Rigney which occupied the floor abovo the two first mentioned stores A stiff breeze fanned the flames and hut for the timely arrival of Mr Jinnee Beazleys fire company the Citizens Bank the Lancaster Record and tho entire block would have burned entail jug a loss of over 51000 whereas the flames were checked when only about 2500 worth of property had been destroyed Tnis is the first time a large blaze has occurred since the Lancaster Water Works System was built and in this instance alone the city has saved double as nuiclr as the entire system cost Danville Advocate Wn are rather of the opinion that some of those knockers whose efforts were so noticeable in fighting the water works will be cf a different opinion from this on But you couldnt write sense on a hammer and beat it in some peoples head1 Splendid Attraction It is indeed gratifying news to the theatre going public to know that two nights this week there will be high class attractions at the Grand Opera House Tomorrow Thursday night that rollicking myrtliful musical comedy Happy Hooligan will hold tine boards This is ot light opera variety and comprises quite a caste including about twentyfive chorusgirle etc Th music is said to be of the most catchy kind and altogether the play is par JKX cellence Than again on Saturxjaj night that much talked of attraction The Mummy and the Humming Birdwill be seen here Messrs Joe and Baxter the managers of the Grand are uaing every effort to bring good shows here and it is now up to our people who want such and enjoy such to patronize these two unusually fine attractions It is generally known that there has been more or less comment made regarding the general rnn 01 shows that come here Now the way to insure good shows is to patronize them and thus encourage such to come to Richmopd This should be as good a show town as Lexington or Paris both of which get the best on tine road We congratulate the managers over their success in securing the two at tractions mentioned above and we trust they will be greeted by full houses ReEItdw Grand Recorder The Sigma Nu Fraternity realizes the splendid worth of a good man and thus realizing has reelected Mr Clar ence K Woods of this city to the olllctj of Grand Recorder The fraternity recenty held a national meeting in New Orleans and it was during this Hssemblnge ot fraternity men that the election of officers Look place Thiii Is the sixtbrjuccesslve term tin all twelve years tojvblch Mr Woods has bcien e e c frtToV coverlnga period over tWiecis long as any of his predecessors ever served and making him tine tKTrJ oldest Greek letter magazine editor in America D lta Kappa Epsilpn and Pi Kappa Alphas editors having served a year or two longer He lies never had opposition except for hjs second term in 1890 though tile salary of the office 1000 per yeararTd expenses is Buffi piejitlv attractive to beget opposition from ambitious fraters However tin order is contented to retain the services- of an experienced journalist who hal elevated their njgazlnethe Delta 01rraternltyby rivals as well as by friends Hid many friends h rain his hometown wore much elated over thw reappointment and cengratulate the fr ternitr over liayiagaucun a iiI as one of its 1IealbeN4 aud weAl aMPable- Gr tlMl Reeotfifer1 v- r CoA- f i ac1 IC iE tti chat in firm Mr Dan Harber of the grocery firm of Harbor and Hngtieley has sold hit interest in the business to Mr J A Edminston of rab Orchard Mr Ed mlnston is not a total stranger here be ine a brother inlaw to Dr W W Bur gin and Mr Levi Elder The latter named gentleman will be employed by the new firm which will continue business in the same old stand Distinct Honor For a Richmond roy A Washington special to Saturdays Louisville Timessays- Wasbington Centennial Lodge No 14 F A A M of Washington D C at its recent annual election of officers elected MIlo Shanks of Richmond Ky junior steward Washington Centennial Lodge is thin fourth largest in point of membership out of a total of twentysix blue lodges in tln District of Columbia and as Mr Shanks has only been a member of this lodge a little more than two years his friends regard his promotion as a distinct recognition TW is especially true since itis the policy of Washington Centennial Lodge to rotate the lino officers which means that each one vill eventually be Worshipful Master Four Kentuckians enjoy the distinc tion of being past masters of this lodge namely W B Peuus of Somerset i J Frew Stewart of Floyd county CK Berryruan the cartoonist of the Wash ington Post of Woodtord county and John Speed Smith of Richmond 1ERSONALi- fissPCarl Wiggins has gone to Oklahoma Miss Florrie amith who attends school at Nazareth spentChri et riiita wjfi wptnetrtshere f Mr J L McKinney has purchased DTJo wee theflNannio Douglas who teaches art in the Campbellville college spent Christmas with home folks Miss Anna Bain of Lexington visit ed Miss Mabel Martin last week Messrs Richard and XVitherspoon Dodge left last Thursday for Jack sonville Fla where they have both secured nice positions Theywill be greatly missed by their many frie ds in the youngset but the best wishes of all will follow them tp their new home Mr Shelby Tribble of Jellico spent Christmas with his mother Mrs Susan Tribble Prof and Mrs C Kucker Adam of Chicago have been visiting Mr and Mrs P F Adams on Fourth street Prof J D Clark of Lexington was here last week mingling with his old friends The Professor is always given a royal welcome backto his old home which still holds a claim on him Mr and Mrs B J Cly left Friday morning for Nev York from where they will sail for Europe They will spend some time abroad for the benc tit of Mr Clays health The Cecilian Club will meet with Mr H B Hanger this afternoon at half past two oclock Mrs Smith of Cincinnati is visit lug her daughter Mrs B H Luxon Mr Robert S Taylor of Richmond Va spent the holidays with his oir T J Taylor He rei arty welcome by his many froeidsig 1lia Harris visited friends tekMra Henna Howard i in Rich HjiiijSiJ Lena R Jenkins spent saiit Richmond with Miss ttn CapU S F Mock of x through here Tues jiy oLtJtIBrtoa Miss r m pdi g tle holidays aole and aunt Mr wtdJ- 4ii L t C y r dII BANKS Mrs John Baldwin of Richmond Valley View Argent Miss Margaret Clayton of Beatty vile spent last week with Mrs Jas Boggs on Third street Mr and Mrs W H Shanks of Stanford spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin near Speed wellMr Ronald Oldham is back from CynthianaMr Grinstead has been visiting his parents in Flemingsbnrg Miss Boyd of Louisville has been visiting Miss Minnie Wagers A dance was given in herhqnor on last Thursday evening by the young men of the younger set Mr W C Heacox of Lexington visited his sister Mrs Elmer Death erage last week Mrs Harry B Hanger and son Harry B Jr spent several days in Cincinnati during the Holidays Mr H B Hanger is spending the Holidays with his family after an absence in Philadelphia of some weeksMr and Mrs Gilkerson of Virginia are the guests of Mr and Mrs Han gerMiss Lucy Moore is visiting rela tivies in Montgomery county Mr John S Henderson and Miss innie Moore spent Tuesday with Miss Emma McDonald in Winchester l Mr Stone W Scudder of Ains i forth Iowa is tho guest of his uncle Mr Richard Scudder near Red HouseMisses Margaret Hanna and Kath erine Vanarsdale have retuined to their home at Harrodsburg after a visit to Miss Margaret Crooke near Spoed well Mr J M Riffo and wife have returned from a stay of several weeks in LexingtonMr Taylor of Cincinnati has been here visiting his brother Mr Conway Taylor Gilbert Lee Stone who attends school in Paris spent Christmas with his father Mr Jeff Stnnn MrPiM7Pope has gone to Cincinnati and other cities to buy his tock of Hardware for his new stone Caldwell High School resumed work Monday morning after having been closed a week on account of the HolidaysMr Hamilton of WIs man town was among the Court day visitors Mr T C Adams left Saturday for a visit to friends in Lancaster Miss Nannie Hunt Powell has re turned to school at Shelby ville after upending Chrlstmaswith her parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Powell Miss Gladys Perry has returned to CampbtillHagerman College at Lex ington Mr Hume Wagers of Wagersjlllo Estlll county was here Monday MisS Bessie Turley entertained with a delightful dance on last Friday night IB honor of her guest Miss Edna Brqnough of Niceolasvllle Mr R L Gentry left Monday JOT Cincinnati after spending the loU days with his family here MrjiGen try will continue as traveling tales man for the F H Lawson Company of Cincinnati having as his territory Central Ohio and Kentucky and a per Jiion of Vfe Virginia Miss Bailie Hamilton returned Monday if ro IB Bstill county hIlTJ ratiirL P f Physicians Good Luck Dr Harts Fortunate Experience of Special Interest to Many in Richmond The happiest man in New England today and one who is receiving con gratulations from his friends is Dr Phillip Z Hart of Laconla N H Probably no physician is better known in all parts of the United States than Dr Hart as he has been a great traveler and knows the best people wherever he has been For years he has suffered with catarrh in its worst formAlthough he resorted to the latest scientific treatment and consulted many of his brother physicians Dr Hart finally raid I might just as well have thrown my money in the river for I grew worse and worse It is really due to my wifes good judgment that I tried Hyomei The doctor in his emphatic way added Thank God that I did for Hyomei cured me completely My wife and I will swear that Hyomei cured me of the worst case of catarrh that ever existed I used to cough constantly at night and had a dropping in the throat which kept me awake a great deal I raised thick phlegm and was in a horrible condition However I am entirely cured solely through the use of Hyomei B L Middelton is the local agent for Hyo mel the famous treatment whichcures catarrh without stomach dosing A complete costs but Si extra bottles 5Oc He sells it under guarantee to remncl the money if it does not give youthesold Christmas Presents tt For Men s nni and Boys 4 w Easy to find acceptable Holiday gifts for your men and boy friends in our large assortment We suggest Jfl Fine Neckwear J Mufflers V Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs it v Umbrellas + Suit Cases j 1 Gloves44t IISuspenders Jewelryfrand lots of other appropriate things for both men and boys Early shoppers get best se 4fi lections Dont wait till the Christmas rush Covingtou le Banks tt r 4I3 L 4- ttt Dont Blame the Cook t 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 are purchased by thoroughly experienced buyers and therefore 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 modem machinery and we guarantee every can of lard and pound of sausage to be the best that skilled and competent butchers can produce Best Equipment Insures Uniform Service Respect- fullyDouglas Culton Telephone J25 Main Street 1 1 fE m Eil 8- rn 8The season for fall business is now on and at the very EJrn beginning of the season Owen McKee comes to you with pii f8ll a line of uptodate seasonable merchandise that shonldiM fB ig help you to buy your fall goods at saving prices J81 0 18 8fSl CjWe are thinking aU the tixe and we do not think anything but merchandiseyour needs and how m savingr Ii 8 m 8Bed Blankets Comforts I t1= A very handsome tufTed Comfort both sides made from a fine silko line in a series of new elaborate floral designs in handsome colorings laminated cotton filled entire Comfort knotted with zephy at 0 Silver Fleece Wool Blanket in white with colored borders and checks in blue arid white and pink and white at 199 I ji nt 499 fBr II Sensational eounterpane BargainsI Marsallles Counterpanes in blue and whiter 199 Marsailles Counterpanes pink and white 199 i IIMerctrlzed Damask Linen Table Covers one Of the greatest selling lines of Damasks ever put on the JI fjjgj market Being mercerized they have that scft silky finish usually found In damasks at 450 Sqnltesi and Scarfs retailing 75c and 89c Snappy bargains Belts Purses Fancy Stocks Collarml 1 EJ and Cqff Sets Baby Caps Fancy Veils Luxene Ribbons in desirable fall shades browns blues I nals ejo etc t itlIWO dont ask you to simply take our word fcr what we say though our word has always been good If the value claimed is not in the goods when bought just return them at our expense Comoto see us and send your early fall mail orders to Fil IIA 0 i DRY GOODS NaTIDNSSUlTS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c ei COR FIRSP1ylAfrl RICH MONDKENTU CKYf- II J J 0 + 0lI0 rL 0 3 MAN tss 4Nn rOR LANDLESS MM1 and for kim whos rrsgetM limited because he qulti a high priced farm There HTB vast tracts Jtus fL fiJ The Great Southwest it within s ties throw of farms in ilie highest state of cultivation JL whiirb pr pr cicallv manless ami can be secured at qjieHflh to ttJ onetenth tbs market price pr aire of anhOld S atef farm Write 3 TerritoryOkiabuma7 1Very Low Round Trip Ratest- o tany Southwestern pint every Tuesday in Spt nilior ami hit first an d third jTuesdays in October u d NovembA r j Geo II Lee Gen Pass Agt Little Rock Ark UJ H 1 McGuire Dist Pass Agt- C1ninnati Ohio There is nothing Jike Good FLOURI t Every housew1fe every cook knows that Good eakes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had P Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the Iateste Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Produc- tIelle of MadisonMADE BY THE filialJliston Co WACO KENTUCKY I F 7I Jv y Autumn stocks resplend ejn t 1 throughout the store and buying en tRthu8ilfm much in evidence Silk dress goods and fabrics in varieties ample Irfulll1lh to sutisfy tho most fastidious ffisections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired for supremacy in thes lines N splen didly maintained this season Assort ments are greater fabrics richer styles Imore fascinating than ever Let us BUtrgaBt 10 prospective buyers that they visit those shocks RH soon as possible Tle visit will give them knowledge 1foffashions best arid of the vastness of the selections here made for choosing F+ White and Gibson L fj y fhffi 7 EAI tmmti iELLHlONE COMPANY CtCOZrOKATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JCMES C CA9WEIA J w HUNTER rw taI fl 00THE PEOPLE Know Good Coal supcs9 thnts the reason wn are walking right away wi h oahig share of the seasons orders Then we do i business in a businesslike way give you what you order and deliver it PROMPTLY Were tbe S euptodate coil people Give us a try 0 11 Coal Co S 0Sg Tel J 84 Yards Aspen ave e 5 0 I S- OSSSSSS5GSSSSSS5S t5 sss g PP fCLOTHES 1 WJ1 tZ 1 Zz 7zi I THAT FITThat is the kind we make We handle only the bests the newest and most stylish goods eWe can please the most fastidious ca Our stock is complete We can furnish anything is gents furnish ings I Give us a callwe can please you both with goods and prices f Stouffer Mahler S MERCHANT TAILORS ARBY U 1tPi I TUB Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look welland work well Special Prices Teth Extracted 25c Teeth Filled fiOc With Gold Solid Gold T eth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are JnstLs teeth pnd they are the best no mutter what you pay for having the plates macje Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky MADISON COUNTY COURT In re Murray Cos Assignee NOTICE Notice is hereby inn that on the 7th day of November J E Oreenleaf Axslgnee ol Murray Cofiled a report of debts costs and assets In the shove style causetan1 the Bald report wee confirmed on Dece ber distribution was made in accordant therewith with the exception of about S681 estimated cost of further proceedings and on he 6th day of December the assig nee moved the County Court to discharge him from the above trust and to release him from al lliibilly on account thereof Said motion will aland for herring at the Febrnaiy term 1905 of said couit Ji E OKEENLEAF Udedt Assignee of Murray Co ORDINANCE Section 1 It shall he unlawful for any onn to sell fresh meats of any kind in the limits of the City of Richmond Kv without first procuring the license so to do and the amount of said license hall be twenty five 2500 dollars per year and anyone obtaining said licence shall have the right to peddle fresh meat in Mid 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 one from selling fresh meat bv the quarter Any one violating this ordinance shall be fined the sum ol ten 1000 dollars for each offense and the fInes assessed in such ctses shall be col lected as in other cases for the VIola- tion of any ordinance of the city D R Tevis Mayor cleclt4t W H White Clerk IN ORDER to get the great prize will give you prices on the FENCE for Sixty Days as follows Four foot felice eleven wires heavy stay loop top No7 wire at 46 cents per rod Fivetoot fence 12 wires heavy stay at 55 cents per rod These prices have never been made ill this county before JTCOYKIRKSVILLE KY For Sale Number one good organ good as new Cost 110 Will sell cheap for cash Call at this OilieR Onovif rt Diamonds c Watches Clocks r Cutglass All kinds of Jewelry- andPreciousStonesV rof yery description These are some of the V things to be found at Lanes Jewelry Store K your watch or c1ocfr refuse to potato them to Lane IIA c will fix them If your ring needs resettini take it to Lanes hell fix that too If you want anything that can be found in a fit class Jewelry estalIlsb00nt go c to Lanes He is well fixed ill these kind of article y L E Lane c Jeweler and Opticia- nS 1 t O OLD JOE WHfKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaranteed to be pure Illsof old style manu facture No- BETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want the best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 vear old in jugs 400 per gal Ion 10 bottles 5u5 jnRSi250 5U 3 u I gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBrajer novlyr Anderson county Ky Wf1ff9Ce 1 LAMBJWIREpurchase the bet ire fetce will lg all OB or address LTh LONG aYUVliyr ftjLi a Ky Ii ioiCa iaiif4 1 i 1 11 1 THE BESt MEDICINE WOMEN If TOH are n nervous and tired out continually you could have no clearer warning of tho approach of trouble Do not wait until you suffer un bearable pain before you seek treatment need Wine of Cardui now just as much as if the trouble were mots develo and the tor turing pns of dsordredmen bearing down pains Ijucorrhoea and head tche were driving yon to the un relief of Cardui has brought hundreds of thousands of women will bring you Wine of Cardui will drive out all trace of weakness and banish nervous spells headache and back symptomafroiii gerous troubles that will be hard to Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardui If your dealer does not keepIt send money to the Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcnn and the meaicine will be sent y- ouWEWE F- CARDVj Interesting Kentucky Items I SELL COUNTY COAL LANDS They Are to Be Developed By a New Company Lexington Ky Dec 30Qulte an Important conference was held In this city Thursday between local and eastern Kentucky capitalists with a view to forming a stock company to devel op the coal fields of Bell count and the erection of a mammoth coal elevator In this city for handling the output of the mines when opened The company was organized and C K Oldham of this city elected president Its capitalization is fixed at 50000 di vided into 500 shares at 100 each Associated with President Oldham are State Treasurer Henry M Bosworth John C Fitzpatrick and Judge J F Bosworth both of MIddlesboro Attorney C J Bronston Judge F A Bul lock and Bosworth Ems of this city MaJ H E Helburn of Plneville and J W Keyer of West Liberty The location of the new mines wIll be on Clear creek in Bell county A special committee pf the stockholders of the company has been appointed to confer with President Milton H Smith of the Louisville Nashville Rail road Co with a view to obtaining tho construction of a branch of that road into the new coal fields THE RICHWOOD MYSTERY The Death of Jacob Ketz Is Still Un solved Covington Ky Dec 30The mystery surrounding the death ot Jacob Kclz seems to deepen A search of the scene Thursday revealed nothing tangible that would lead to dispelling either the theory of murder or sui cide There wasno indication of a strug gle having taken place and no trace of the weapon that caused his death can be found Members of the family are heart broken over his death and will ven tare no expression that might aid in clearing the mystery The watch and chain found in the vest a small amount of change and two lottery tickets found in his pockets are held by Coroner Murat of Boone county A DAY OF INACTIVITY The Evidence In the Marcum Case of a Fragmentary Character Winchester Ky Dec 30Thursday- was another day of Inactivity in the Marcum case and the evidence was all of a fragmentary character The defense Is evidently nearing the comple tion of its testimony and the whole matter will probably be closed up next week most of the evidence is of a nature attacking the veracity of wit nesses for the plaintiffs and show that some of the facts testified to are physically impossible Sheriff Mclnernya Quietus Frankfort Ky Dec 30 Sheriff M D Mclnerny or Kenton county settled in full with the state auditor for the state taxes from Kenton county and received his quietus When the accounts were made up it was found that the state owed Mclnerny about 1300 which amount he carried homo with him Judge Cantrills Successor j Frankfort Ky Dec 30Gov Beck ham appointed Hon Robert L Stout circuitIto succeed Judge James E Cantrill Judge Stout will preside at the next trial of Caleb Powers Big Sale of Burey Tobacco Mt Sterling Ky Dec 3OThe best sale of new crop of tobacco made In this county in years was made when R C Gatewood sold to J N Hisle for Continental about 20000 pounds at 13 cents Hisle also bought 10000 pounds at 10 cents- Kentucky DIsillers Sued Frankfort Ky Dec 30 Auditors Agent A M Harrison of Lexington flIed in the Franklin county court in formation against several distillers for taxation of omitted valuation of hold Ings as warehousemen for five years past Paralysis Caused Death Covington Ky Dee 30John How ard venerable father of Attorney TJllo J Howard died suddenly Thursday GhentCarronceased was a prosperous businessman Curtis Jones Missing Lexington Ky Dee 30 Curtis geologicalIn this city and it Is believed by His friendsthat he has met with foul play as he carried considerable money An Overloaded Musket 3QGcorgeSmith ThursdayHe hlsDhOOIEditor Duncans Announcement Brandenburg Ky pec 30 Editor David M Duncan announces in his paper the Messenger that he is a can didate for the democratic nomination for repreeeataUve from Meade coca ty Campbell Held to Answer Jaeksoa Ky Dec 30The examin fag trial of Francis Campbell resulted IU CawpWir belag held under a bead ra4ryteI th LQ 4 ir IIII tJ= r OPENING SOUTHWEST PASS1 r pcbn3leiatNeuthf X1sluippL Hivar Contrived byCIlp tal1t Jad j A map of the mouth of the Mississip pi river resembles u diagram of a hens foot The rear toe is the main stream of the Mississippi The front toes are the three chief divisions in the delta marshyIland along These says Youths Companion are the Pass a Loutre or North pass South pass and Southwest pass Nearly half the water of the river goes out through the Pass a Lou tic 40 per cent through Southwest pass and only ten per cent through the South pass which lies in direct line with the course of the river above Thirty years ago Capt James B Eads who built the magnificent bridge across theTMisslaslppt at St Louis and the famous river gunboats of the union fleet in the civil war devised and built a system of Jetties which made SoutS pass navigable for deep vessels Previously there had been channels from time to time through each of tan bars which blocked the passes but at that time Southwest pass was the deep eat of these Seldom was 16 feet of water available and often there was much lessThe bar at the mouth of a pass is built of silt which the river drops when it comes to the gulf and loses Its speed Eads believed that if he could build artificial banks out through the bar and keep the river narrower there than above he could compel it to carry this silt out to deep water and at the same time by quickening the current at the bar make it scour a deeper chan nelHe found some to believe in his plan and many to prophesy failure but at last congress consented to allow him to try at his own expense and risk and agreed to pay him a big price if he succeeded Capt Eads did succeed and as a monument to him there exist now two long Jetties or breakwaters stretch lag out from the mouth of South pass with a channel 30 feet deep between them Thirty feet is no longer suffi cient and now the war department is busily engaged In building larger Jet ties on similar plans in the mouth of Southwest pass to secure a channel there 35 feet deep and 1000 feet wide These new jetties are to be three and four miles long and 4000 feet apart Work on them has been progressing for 11 months but three or four years more will be required Mats of heavy timbers 150 feet square and a foot thick are built on a floating platform On these mats wil low brush is woven and laid several feet deep and over this another Umber mat like the lower is built The whole Is bound with wire cables launched towed to the place selected in the line of Jetties and sunk with crushed limestone Over this another mat is sunk and more stone laid till all settling has stopped Then the superstructure will be built and great government dredges will dig out the bar and dump the silt behind the Jet ties Two hundred and fifty million tons of crushed stone 6000000 feet of lumber and 1000000 cords of willow brush will be used In the new Jetties HE WON WIDOW ANYWAY And the Man Who Tried to Down Em- y Was Given the Contemp i tuous GoTo TJo you remember said a middle aged man as he entered a stationery store and was asked what could be done for hlmdo you remember of my being in here about four weeks ago OIl cant say that I do was the reply relates an exchange Dont you remember I asked you to give me a postage stamp to put on a letter and you refused to do so without thecashPostage stamps cost money Yes I know but I explained to you that I was in love with a widow and had written to ask for her hand You said it didnt make a durned bit of difference to you who I was writing to and you didnt care a copper whether I got the widow or not You ought to remember that Yes I think I do Well what Is it today Still after a postage stamp uNo sir Im not I came in here to meannessIbought a postal card with it and she hadiThen you are happy no doubt I am sir The widow is worth leven hundred dollars fat as butter and as good natured as a goose and I am walk ing around on eggs Yes sir I am a happy man sir and you be hanged and go to grass sir and I wouldnt patronize you if penholders were ceiling five for a cent Thats alL Good day sir Healthy College Girls j Some ancient men can remember a certain comic but by no means simu lated fear and wonder with which their regarded the graduate of the womans college Wise heads rattied like peas in a dried pod and shook ominously Female education was desirable but could the poor weak creatures stand It Now when the womens colleges are many and mighty and their graduates numbered by thousands the folly of those old fears is as absurd as most of us are The college girl brimming with health bright with intelligence possesses the land Compared with undergraduate men her superior Intelli gence her lack of that veallness which is apt to linger long with the trousered collegians is noticeable Not only does she stick to her books better but her physical training Is more uniform and not characterized by excessN YSun Fight Will be Bitter Thoe who will in closinI their ears ajraiiirtt the continual recom mendation of Dr Kings New Discov erv for Consumption will have a blur ttnd bittr fiiilit with their trouble11 not tniItdcerhier by fetal termination lead what T R Head of Beau Miss has 10 say Last fall mv wife haleory svniptnin of mnsinnption Slip look Dr Kings New Discovery after everything els hmi failed Ilinrcvf rnent came at once and four bottles en lirely cured her GuarHHti rt h Stockton druggist Price 50c anl Trial botipn free Jim IR When a couple love at first sight imagine the rest of the world if nearsighted Danger in Kidney Trouble Do not delay when the first symptoms apehr Itwill mean much misery to vnu All kiilnev hlaoilfr and liriliHry trundles are easily and quickly cured h usnir DelWls Kid Pills A weeks treatment will often cute mild cases A huxortwlI will work wonderland vunr driiEtrii will refund your motley ifnot entirely satisfactory price 25 and 00 ctutK For 8alel yB f Mid l lron 1rn A smouldering or dull tire may be cleared for broiling by a hatuifiiT of salt Revolution imminen- tAA sifjnnf approaching revolt d serioti trouble in your aateuu Lt nervousness sleeplessness orntouiach m stB Electric Bittern will quickly dismember thin troublesome canoes It never fu l to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys atid bowels stimulate tlI liver Hiul clarify the blood Ron down systems hetierlt Pllrllcnarlyaull all ho nMial a I UfldPr jti ParcJllnI tliorpHlth effect 1V4iiess Electric Bitters i fOfllv i0c- nI tllatis returned if it tsflt give forfent MtwfftctaoB Guaranteed bjr RC Stockton J a 1 tU WHEN BABY JS COMINGt US- EMothers Friend Womans greatest dream of beauty and glory is when nature haa chosen her to become a mother Every faculty is keenly alert as she ambition success and the lifelong satisfaction com fug nearer day by day in the dear and innocent being so soot to see light and the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside hem on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy Mothers Friend applied externally throughout nancy will relieve the pain of parturition no mother and can fail tobe healthy hearty strong clear blooded and mutualljbiluenced great liniment MOTHERS FRIEND Buy of druggists too per bottle Our treatise Motherhood mailetlfreeT- ilE BR4DFIELD REGULATOR CO AUinta Qa DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Jim 11 1905 For Sale A sixyearold combined horse 15J hands liieh perfectly gentle For price etc call put G J While Son 6oct tf- Rocer Williams Cisrars Frasa Tiros For Rubber stamps call at this office KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Drn Kings tdew Discovery I FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS ISOc 1111TRROATor Jlr nalp hv R 0 storUton +++ CALL AT + + JONES nIERSUONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dation Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap ss sss Phone 3 Second St D W TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Siltcited Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL SURGERY T ttQDSQ aTtttTt0551IST OF LOUISVILLE KY BuildingIchmSndnoTl7ljr V M Blanton DENTIST JOffice Bennett Uuilcllng y Manly TELEPHONE 196 E 0 Vance D 0 Mrs E OVance D 0 Osteopathic Physicians llobsoa Bullting Literature furnished on application CONSULTATION FREE iQradnates Southern School otOstheopathy We have litver oliowniumuei DIOVK of Carriages Surriea Buggies and runa bouts than we now hAve on display in our show room It wil pay you to ex ninine them before Imyinp We also do rvpairiiu end rejoining in best nan uerejvt moderate prices The best rnh her tire npplyeU anti Uiiiiuiiieeii lui oneyear Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works R MidkifTTPdoj BiOSWHistoiic Route to NEW YORK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all Firstclass Tickets 3 Eie IandCoaches with high back seats Pullman drawing room sleepers Observation sleeping cars u Companys own dining car service Meals served a la carte See The beautiful Allegheny Mountains Historic Harpers ijerry the Potomac and the National Capitol For rates time of traiRsssteeping car reservations etc call OH kmj ticket agent oraddress 89 7 o PMcCAT9 P A CitIiOld IntfiC- 1 J4wtj iii lliB1brsKin iIs Free A full size box ot I BellB Kidney Pills will be sent to any sufferer on request whey are the only positive cure- D the wX rld for kidney trouble we want you to try them Send tOla box today absolutely free C W Bezgs Sons C 3688 Union Park Place Chicago Ill 1m grafting wax made now will save time of making it in a more hurrying seasonSA Costly Mistake Blunders are some tunes very expensive Occasionally life Itself the price of a mistake but youll never he wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for dyspepsia dizzinw hemiaHie liver or bownl troubles They are get tie yet thorough 25cat R P Stock tons drugstore irn 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 CQ Richmond Ky Nol No3No No6No7 No 8- NoR No 10 No 11 No 14 No 16 No17No No 19 No 20 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 30 No 31 No 32 No 33 I I No 34 nil neces Price ru No 35 A twostory frame residence contain inltS rooms and two balls In Rich mond Ky Lot 40x150 feet small barn Price 1000 SOIl less than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three sqnaren from court house A more desirable location for an Ideal home could not be found These residences will be sold at a bar- gaIn St20 will bay a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40z 200 feet Price Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Good residence barn and other outbuild ings Price 1200 Good farm containing shout 130 acres good residence bern and other provements In fine locality Price 4500 Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought In connection wlthNoS Price 1600 Four cottages on nlr street well improved Pnce 1000 each lood cotUse in firstclass condition Isterd etc Price 00 flood lot suitable for business bouse can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of lind five acres in grass and two in garden good orchard nnd rrape buildiugThisthriving village where churches ami schools are convenient Price of the nicest resiliences In Richmond eontnlnlngplpht rooms cityTMIA twostory residence In rood neighborhood Lot 120x160 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800 A nice residence for any one deslr ingnn ideal home One cf the best constructed buildings In Richmond well Improved Price 2200 neighborhoodrIce residence on a 4acre lot con talnfnit save rooms and two porches Mtnnted In best re ldenrel portion of city Stable coal hone and all other necessary out bnlld anyoneIrlnltFarm containing 90V acres eight miles from this city This land is all in grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There is on this land a small residence a d other necessary outbuildings Locality 14 in ronntr Flour and grist mill Anderson county 83bnrrel capacity Build Ing is 3 stories covered with iron built 8 van ago Steam and water power latter three months of the wear It is nn notodate Roller Mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt acres with the mill Includ ing wh t Iwllh the bon e of 5 rooms All forJfiKO or for the mill and the It acres Onehalf cash Has fine trade No mill in miles Also KVhnrrel mill in Mercer county Ky on Salt river Steam power new nptodate In every particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 9000 Also II acre of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street through place leaving Sncres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges reaches penis plums grape bearing sad 6 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for 20tti or the acres for llfino or theft acres for J1ICP A handsome tWc dory frame dwel insf containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water banement under entire house good yard ant all necessary oiithnlldinrs B s location In Richmond for hoarding hone l18ecresMercercnntv farm in yards of pike S room 2storv house tenant boos s large barn abundant rater 7000 am acres In 3 miles of IKrrodsbnrg on pike good land 10 ro8m bick rsldenre excellent barn etc Will row hemp etc 365 per acre countyfineeMdence excellent barn fine running rater Pric J8 an acre As good as ny 100 land Nice twostory residence on one of lbs principal residence streets of Richmond Nice Yard garden and iary outbuildings Great bargain One tract of mineral land in Lee Kentuckyriverwithin 90 feet of railroad Said tract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will sell out Lease or exchange for improved farm land RenturkyTtquality xfcoa Same vein u the Benttnllle cool Has splendid 10 location for cake ovens foundries etc Will sell at a bargain if die parUCl1lanrCaU rfLiyvn JiII Beavlcit Grain Fiacat Quality Oals Grown As hardy as wheat If sown early Not attacked with fly or rut Standup wcl Afford the Fall Winter and Spring pasture and afterwards yield 60 to 70 bushes per aero of the finest heaviest grained Oats grown OUR FALL CATALOGUE Gives Information about the best seeds for FaIl sowing Contains Improved Seed Wheat Barley Rye Rape 1000 Headed Kale Al falfa Crass Corer and Vegetable Seeds Our trademark brand Blue Ribbon Seeds are tho highest quality obtainable Write lor Large Free Catalog No 55 WOOD STUBBS 4 CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KY For Silt Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For particulars call at this office ctiGtf rollnc Sale I will sell prlyately my farm 41 miles from Richmond onthe Iacks Creek pike known as the Jail Farley place containing 245 acres with nice threebarnsAootllfl1Ciing water This is tine ot the best farms iu Madison conntyahd Wilt produce corn hemp and tQbacco The farm has been la hltiegraj8 for 10 years Priwi50 per acni J V Masteirs 21neptrtf Richmonrl Ky TOUR OF ALL MEXICO Tpur ofalIMexca in Jauntily and February nader escort of Bean Camp bJ1 eralaRRerA merl1 aTou Iiltfltr res rvatldBj3gd full partlcnr itineraly athW 11f0 A AGl1eoer D P A iNl tit c CtefiwMtti Qhl Qi Ijq r More Heat = Less Coal I works on scientific principles the coal is fed from underneath the gases pass thro the flam instead of 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 All the of your coal Dont send up the the air tbat to go thro your are the proper means is to insure t have you call at our store these are on exhi bition jf f f jf j4 Sole for Co 337 West 5th St 0 ot I at t tJ f and many other points with stop overs Only line ruuniuff personally New Mexico Arizona and Texas Squeeze Out heatvalue chimney hot ought house Gases andsmoke combustibleif takeu combustion rThe PeckWilliamson Undetfeed Furnace where Furnaces Arbuckle Simmons Agents PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating Cincinnati Richmond Ky Illinois Central Railroad Excursion Tickets nowsale reducedrates totNew 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