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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pTrT t TRI i- I I 0 d = f 1 r i1 c THE RICtJ1ONDj CL1MAX1jI y f 1J 11OLUME 31 u RICHMOND MADISON BOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 1905 t PHONE 80 N E C WINES DRUG STORE I COR MAIN PIRSTIIA lli 7I7rffi F7I Fffi 7F7Iffi7I m 7I II 1 THE 1 7F t HIISTLINB IASH W I elean Out the Old Bring in the NeW February II the month for our Clean Up sale of winter goods Our customers willremember m that during last February we sold goods at prices lower than good ffi quality goods were ever sold in RichmondWe F to you again withmore and greater bargains than before It will be to your advantage to f inspect our offerings It is no fake but an actual re 0 duction on honest merchandise to ffi dose out all winter weight goods WE NEED money and need 1 space for Spring stock We are offering 25 per cent rednction on all 1 heavy weight Dress Goods WaistingsrAll 6J 7i 8j 10 and 12c Flanncletts and m Outing go at 4J to 7Jo J ft wLf 50 cS EXPE IENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS yv COPYRIGHTS Ac- Anrone tending eketrh mid description may quickly opinion liiTenllnn probably tlonantrlctlr Patents rjxrlol notice without charge the bandwtmely Illnitrated weekly Tersest rulatlon any dentine Terms yew four month So14bran newsdealers Co361Broii1 New Branch office SU Wathlnxton brands Calico 4c tnpst weight5nBleach Cotton 4J 8J6 per yd Ladies andmens heauy weight Hosiery and Underwear Blan kets Comforts etc go at clean out prices 9 Clean out prices Roots Shoes and ChildrensIprice to 150 go at from SOc to Ladies heavysole Kill Shoes 1worth 160 to 10 will be offered at from 295 Mcns heavy Boots worth now JVIens heavy Highcut Shoes former price 250 350 now go at 250 and Clothing and Overcoat Bargains Uens Corduroy Suits for 398IIPh 10 and 1250 750 Boys Suits 98o to39iMens Overcoats 375 I 750 and 850 Overcoats 50 10 and 1250 Overcoats 50 Skirts 175 to 450 Black Sateen Petticoats 45c to J L79 if L ATTOBNET5 R TLAW KBNTUCKY Office thaa Brirnam Building next door aimers National Bank SULL1V AtJ JA KENTUCKY Iffice over State Bank Trust Co vwito rionrt Main Street IO 0 M tJUKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office Second street over nits grocery February The month our spring goods begin to arrive As great many have come in we propose to give those who de sire to buvearly an opportunity to secure some bargains in choice new things by buying now We cordially invite the ladies to calland see these goods A look costs you nothing and we are al ways glad to show you We are already showing beautiful line of CrepesVoiles 25c to 150 per yd The very newest thines to be had in plain and fancy SulJngs and Waistings Pno Crepe Soisettc Voiles Summer etc from 10 to 25q pr yd A bran new line of the choice patterns in Ginghams from 9 to e as not g M 71 7F 7 Y a aneertaln our aa Is confidential on In dr it 3 a L OS V D C to t i all on t 4 1 3 J to t 4 3 I 3 2 3 5 3 5 5 3 7 t 1 N B n to p on on a a ATTOnNEYS AND- c0UNBnLLOIU4 S AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennetts old law omce over Perry drugstore Bunsens Catarrh Bunsns Catarrh Cure will positively cure catarrh or money reinndpil Ii von ar troubled with catarrh hay fe ver or cold in the iinail give Btiugeim atarrli Cur a trial It Price roc Every bottle warranted Ask nL Middelton for free sample FI f P n rliVt or Iplpuh HI rlJ jj9 ij Li 9 A E to 7 9 8 4 11 n dE- landto 1i a i 12x1 8 F lIto El- JE1 9 ir tt r a t eu r i1F t f rH rt J ii 12 J2c We are showing a nice selection of Lawns for the early 7I buyer from 9 to I5c JII 1 display of and the very newest designs C possible to obtain and at prices of all 7i 1Taka peep at our Carpet and Lice Curtain Brussels all wool ingrain gran ite etc from 15 to 75c yd Rugs98cto4eachIatting7 per yard 4WmdowTrunks Suit Cases Telescopes II Bags etc complete assortment A at prices far below all competitors sure and take advantage of this forgoodaksat1owpiices ot Come and see IBe are not we will ask you aIIIIIm to buy Very trulyj IIyi KE AND JiAMIL TONI Richmond c 11 7A 7F it 71 71 e 1 I PATENTSI ecunngpatenta1atenu Scientific flmcricatu MUNN York fTailormade MILERR- IcuMo febSly ATrOaNEYATLA- WRIOHJfONn House RICHMOND KENTUCKY Chen Spring Dress Goods Sikf ROBERTS Thomas LureI eternises memIhrRnO mJ lielp U1 adve rtise riclim 6 madisoii county I 5000 fifty page bOOksire inches iiIus111 Cf I1 iJIJ Dont Misso- ur Embroideries Laces within reach Carpets Matting Rugs Department per for lace Curtains a opportunity things advertised V First Street Ky FFm7A JACKSON h A vostmasters Bereavement London Ky Feb 3 Postmaster A R Dyche had the misfortune to lose two of his children within a few days Eulalle Elizabeth his daughter who was six years old passed away Miss Maggie another daughter 16 years old died two days before Coldest Weather Since 1901 j Lexington KyFeb 3The blue grass country is suffering the coldest weather since 1901 The thermometer shows 5 above zero The weather bureau forecast is for 8 below Tile ground Is covered with snow Tho stock Is suffering Literally Cooked To Death Olive Hill Ky Feb 3John Iscii met his death in a horrible manniir j at Leon He was making some repairs in a steam box at the stare plant when some one turned the steam In on him not knowing he wts In the box Free Mall Delivery at Paris Paris Ky Feb 3The free deliv ery of mall within the city limits of Paris was Inaugurated with three carriers Douglas Embry Earl Swearln gen and David Robinson There axe to be four deliveries per day and three collections Loustville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Feb 3 Following Is offerings on the Louisville market including all the warehouses Burley 735 hhds dark 112 hhds total 847 hhds Original inspections 6QL hhds reviews 156 hhds rejectionii 146 hhds Gorge at Owensboro Owensboro Ky Feb 3Tho Ohb river Is gorged at Owensboro Tile river men do not look for an open rir er before March 1 The temperature is below zero and it Is thought th3 water below Owensooro will freeze Driver Frozen Stiff Cynthlana Ky Feb 3 Hbwaril Cason colored was found sitting Oil awagou o the MlIlersburg pike fro1I en still His arms were in position aI CQ141TheHenderson Ky Feb3oThe Ohl is practically closed here where all ice gorge has formed just above ant against the piers pf the Hendersoji bridge The river Is falling here Thji river will freeze across Aged Woman Died Sudd nlyI Mt Sterling Ky Feb 3Mrs Mo lie Proctor wife of tlL Proctor den 1st died suddenly of heart discas She was about 60 years qld and a Lparently had been in excellent Mal i Suicided By HangIng Barboursvllle Ky Feb 3 Qbedia Stevens 60a wealthy Russell count farmer committed suicide by bangln at his sons home Ill health Is give t es the cause One hundred and sleetyfour m mortals to Blsmarcki ave been ere cd la Germany Fersic f Nice lot oiCFouftli ttMifttir 47x1 feet For partkulrsei1lshlsoftTc oct2tf AliRunDiiills sion we hear on every side Unless there is some organic trouble the con dition can dpubtless be remedied Your doctor is the best adviser Do not dose yourself with ali kinds of advertisedremedies get his opinion More than likely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form It will build up the weakened and wasted body when ani other foods fail to nourish If I you are run down or emaciated give it a trial it cannot hurt you It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale anaemic girls We will send you a sample free pictureInthe of every bottle of Emulsion SCOTT BOWNEI Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York SOc and ft All Oruqists f Kytlassical and Bisiaess Celkge NORTH MIDDEITOWX KY antJclGReelMay handsome location pleasant surround Ints thorough work reasonable rates N salonpq or other places of vice Tim safest placet in Kentucky for bfiys For particular address JilLTdX ELLIOrr Pres tNewUvcry rinD K CillIionsi announce to the public that they have opened a first class livery feed and sale stable in the o1d Dn cal t Jlon rviht street in rear Of City HAll Nj e new rigs and polite atteritioh We wishto buy so- nfncyle aIfdharnlllllwr 18Ja4E C Million Son tII IIIC oiMFOKTUNATE YOUNGSTER Irksome Restrictions That Surround Young Heir to Many 1a Millions Is a fouryearold boy In Newt York heir to 10000000 who Is going jojnissawhoielotoffuit His guardians fhave set out to bring him up ideally To this end everything that money can do will be don fHe is to have a dozen skilled instructorsA small army of groomshavewants A 10000 Je cow has been purchased to give mlfiZor him alone The process of sterlllfauon is to be ap plied not only fo the jEn but to almost everything that com Sfn contact with the youngster says Robert Webster Jones in the Housekeeper The latest foriandlotwish to disparage the ad vn apr of wealth nor the Importance r f lrdll and scientific training for the young but it lOPS look as If Nature est of physicians were not going wisol a chance to show what she could this youthful millionaire Just think of the boyish Joys that the poet Riley sings about which tuMjIH miss The Jolly ex tlioblissfulecstasy of gaIning free admission to the circus by carrying water for the ele phant What will he know with his expensive rod and reel and careful at tendants of the delights of goln fish in There is great danger that the boy who Is Ideally brought up will become a narrowminded snobbish selfish man The spirit of our public schools Isessen tlally American and democratic Tha public school Is the place for every willlearnthat are not in the books To have 10 000000 is a pretty heavy handicap or a boy starting out in life Pt it ran bo overcome If the boy is only given a chance RUSSIAN CAVALRY BARRACKS The PlainlyJurnisbed lously Clean I Jvear the woods across the plains were a number of low wooden buildings that looked like sheds ard which were so inconspicuous that thc y would have been unseen had not the music of the bugle attracted the passerby says the Newark News The officers quartets were In front quite apart from thebesbarracks which were ranged Inastraight row with the stablts behind The rooms were filled with hundreds of little beds each bed having a hard mat trees one pillow and a coarse woolen blanket for covering Underneath the bedthe springs do not give was the soldiers box containing his kit All through the room at regular intervals there hung the picture of the czar with colored chromes of the heroes and saints In picturesque attire The ceilings were very low and the windows few and far between butevery thing is kept scrupulously clean The kitchens In back have large brick ovens where the black bread Is baked and the huge pieces of meat are cooed Large copper caldrons shining like suns are always on the stove matting soup for the Russian army observes two fast days every week Wednesday and Saturday when lentil soup and black bread com prises the dinner The favorite drink of the soldiers is water with rye bread soaked in It which gives it a delicate flavor and quenches thirst Their day is filled with drills and work when they are taught to ride their horses and fight with or without them At night the regiment takes a walk before turning in and as they walk the soldlersalways sing the sad melodious songs of the fatherland MESMERISM CURE FOR BITE Writer Tells of Eliminating Deadly Wound Inflicted on a Coolie by Venomous Snake When I was stationed at Nowshera news was brought to me one morning that duo of my coolies had been bit ten by a snake and was dying says a writer in the Madras Tunes I hurried to his hut and found the man unconscious ano bleeding from his mouth and nose A few passes from the head downward stopped the bleeding I continued the passes and in ten minutes he was able to open his eyes but un able to speak or move his hands or limbsI the passes and after the lapse of another five minutes he was able to speak feebly and indicate the seat of pain Each pass gradually worked the position downward and the mans speech grew stronger by degrees and in half an hours time from the beginning of the operation the man was able to sit up Having worked the poison down below the knees I tied a ligature below the knee and sent hint to a hospital where he eventually recovered Ho was bitten in the right foot I should very much havo HIed to have carried the experiment out to the end and have bled him but not being a medical man and as there was a hos- pItal only a few miles distant I had to submit to circumstances largest System on Earth Philadelphia now has nearing completion the largest filtration system In the world This will include four plants with capacities of 2480000ft 65000000 20000000 and 12000000 gallons Xany Cablegrams to Japan Since the outbreak of tbe war cablegrams to the amount of about f250000 have been sent from Japan every month Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are selling vehicles at thelowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S IcMidkiff Prop The MissourLirl winch comes to the Umnd Opera Houee is a bright rural comeiiv which pictures life in the Ozark country in every detail Like The Old Homestead Way Down Bust and many other famous produc tions it lisa a strong mora way leaves a good imprestionon the 1lOudjlitinctionojug members of the press and pulpit throughout the country TOUR Of ALL KEXK3 Tour of all Mexico in JiJiuaiy and February under escort ofBauCamp tiftlfcJOenera Manager American Tour sleepJnltcltorUrs of itierrddresA A Jl Mkr IpA419 Wla UtSt Ohio if r 0 s ss T Tms CO Tine Clothe M4lera NEWYORKI new and for Old r the out up the all our 1 We our to sell and it you will only call and get price we will prove this and of you an friend and customer tf S U MM Iff Prop ii i i 0 WEAK JBEX CUBED N malu Snl a wspra vtie JRKPO AI ItEJIEDV CO Lincoln Inn Court Cincinnati 0 1 r Cheapest One you of worthanywhere S10 and 10000 One years rent of a Sale De posit Jinx costs you 5 Which is the Wt Co Ky Nev Time Urd on L A Dec 19th noon train for Irvine ansi train from Irvine wil be until limber notice No in ar rival and of other trains at M Hacker Agt J 4 I Cash Store f you on the the kind of clothing we sell Itmade by Bros COjJrtIt is It is cut on the particularByeryugarment II tan as to hold its I and all the l l garment j fr i p to the merchant ihard and a than rmiohbf stuff that us marchttpr tailoring 7 4 jsuiticonstitutes t f At so low a as openedupEverything everything fresh all Claus T fWeon all new in order to sell them Clean before holidays are NotionsCarpetsnew stuff youhaventwa OLD IiAM CO RICHMOND KENTUCKY purchased vehicles assertion make everlasting JEEPOALNOVI075 LitEayup5ake imb4taf4eeg4S 8FJ mCDeLl Whichis fireor- burglafmav deprive valuables between cheapest State Bank Trust Richmond lomniencinir Monday afternoon discontinued change departure Richmond 38 I Busy Bee The kind that Helps in 1 Worlds Thats istSchloss Correct Clothes HANDTAILORED newest lines shape InlihinJsicollarsxblttonholes fully tailnp stami sight better tijwijf masquerades price 121 ready Santa goods I U GastEAT RSI tw u Ko Smoke fcto SmeXV u1o1k No Daiiq ii Witha it I Gas Heater The room is heated quickly satisfactorily and cheaply They J1 cost little and being dutachch Ifable can be used in any room JTelephone Orders JPromptly Filled rRi djchm on Water and Light Company Y I t Rubber Stamps and Pads n lAyers Pills beardI kNUMBER 11 and Wake up your liver Curel ibI1 DYEnm I fl II I1u I t y aI a i IfWlnter is now approaching and It is now time for fall cleaning Every housewife wants something newto brighten up the dreary days that are soon to come A piece ot new Furniture a pretty Pictnroor a nIce Rug We handle all kinds of house furnish ag goods from tho smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suites KCur line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers 1 a large line of odd Rocking Chairs and everything that will j t make a home cozyand comfortable VV Come and Inspect our big stock Special attea Hon is called to oiir j YJh r Undertaking rtmat WSOLDUAM I C j M J f if sesiPSlI CI e tU lleii S I c 55 j It i u I S S S aJ i slss t it 1 t pq E 5 0e We have just recelve dI0SS hS new line of Silk and LinenIt I LJ Handkerchiefs Mufflers t I Ties Socks Shirts Collars i S Cuffs Gloves Cuff Buttons HI Stick Pins and also thee = newest line of ladies and ja EE gents House Slippers in 1 es s town vnGo c 0 E SLrufcze Or 0 rl661e C Os SS C o i6f LiS StSSSSS SSe 5v co c onuoocQOO 8eeo g c IOsOCCIDiQII O11TheRichiondClimaxIUBL18UDIVE1 The Climax Printing Co Incorporated JC CHENAULT President A D MILLER Editor Manager PRICE 100 PElt YEAR IX ADVANCE t WEDNESDAY FEB 8 19O rDEMOCRATIC TICKET For KnpresenUitive R W MILLER Fur jauty Judgci N n TORPIN- Im County Attorney K H OROOKK For Bberiff- B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor KOYO P WAGES For SnpS Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBE L BIGGERSTAFF VILLIAM J BKTAN than whom no greater man lives is an alumnus of II inois College located at Jackson vlieJHLnxt fall tbiscolkpe celebrated iis 75th anniversary and all largo colleges from the OniverMty of California to Yale wore represented However v4ry little interest bad been taken in the college bythe town- 1rople and on acconnt of lack of fiimix he President of the Institu ton was in Um act of resigning 8e fi o doing so however he ottred 600U If the college couU raise the SHme amount which was nn impo- stt ity The trustees sent for W J llrxaa that great Leader among men und his very presence in Jacksonville inus d much interest Peop e who a short time before n fused to go hear a prominent and eloquent Scottish iviiio lecture turned out enmasse t In ar Bryan plead the cause of his Alma Malt This lecture on the Value of an Ideal was henrd by ono of the Inrgest audiences eves assembled there unit upon being made chairman of tlm trustees he raised 20000 with 0111 much effort Jacksonville is a republican town and Bryan a Dead One but he went saw was heard ami conqucredand now IllinolsCollego v hich seemed doomed to go down is- n1in oi the highway to sucess bet cauno one hr illustrious sons came 1her in her distress and lifted her t out of her poverty r rowers i at Lexington Topsy Turvy Sale of Carpets and Rugs for week ending February 11 Patterns tha wure 02 arc now 140 110 90 75 55 u 30ii 65 Very special oiie pattern that was 73 is nowselling at J25 These is a proportionate re ductbn on Rugs 1 rsw goods are coming in and r need the room You will i e big money iif you help us j lake care ours spring stock fFHmwm j oll IS Ufl WA1r z D1QToJry LL Piercing Kidney PainsI Fiinty kidney work brings on that lari family f human uiiseried of wliioli rbeuiuyiisni liimbaco tout ncuralpia Miatira nrn well known uieiubers Delittll Kidnov Pills are a positive cure They bun never failedIyet Thero can be nn doubt certainty ahoul the use of DeBells Kidney PillH Pric i5 and SOc feb u Sheriffs Sale For Tuies 1904 OF Landand Town Lots John F Wagers Sheriff of Madison Comity will offer at Public Sale in front of the RichImonMonday March 6 05 tIt being County Court Day between the hours of 10 u m and 6 p m the following property to pay the taxes assessed against the same for the year 1904 WHITE LIST Richmond No J Baxter Vilkps P lint S 4 7fi Barlow llaneh lInt 7 SJi Ballard Mrs Nannie G lot 20 Gfi Bolton Mrs Mary lot 6 65 Bush Joe 5 lots 17 3fi Bush Vlite lot 10 1- 5ChanRyGVl lot 5 90 Farhv Wm L hrs lot 4 20 Faulkner Mrs Nannie n r 1 lot 11 SO Fowler John 11 lot 16 90 Frost JohnW 1 lot 590 Gonnerley Wm C 133 acres 32 Co Harrison 0 II nr Slots 11 30 Harris Mrs Alcy lot 5 hicks Mrs Belle 2 lots 11 30 JarniRn Mrs ROM 1 lot 31 15 Keller Mrs Nora lot 7 80 McXennn Mrs John lot 11 30 Million Mrs Marv 2 lots 3 75 PeneJBnr4lots 11 30 Pigs Mr4 LalHI nr lot 11 30 Powell Win 0 125 acres 2 lots 27 40 Riclinni M F erd for Mar Rich ards lire 100 acres 21 50 Rolutipon Tlios 1 lot 13 20 Todd Henry I lot 9 50 Trowers Thos B 1 lot 5 90 WallBC H G lot 10 61 White W G G W Evans lot 2 60 WiBirinn nrBrollot 25 35 Witr Mrs Mattie J 1 lot 1250 Wortham J P nr 1 lot 3 20 Young Wm 21 acres 5 30 FJXTOWK NO2 Alcorn Curtis 78 acres I 9 20 Barnes Mrs Annie 74 acres 9 00 Blevens Mrs sarah 3 acres 2 40 Bolin JaaJr4 acres 475 bun Noah 4 acres 6 30 Brink Mrs Wm 8 7 acres 4 35 Denny Joseph 4 acres 4 10 ajt Mary A Million 36 acres C 65 Dozier Bert 2 acres 4 65 Dozier Robt 10 acres 9 50 Forbes Henry D 72 acres 17 55 Forbes Cash M 10 acres 9 50 Guest Jno S 37 acres X 5 70 Want WmC 27 acres 1100 Roberts Nancy hrs l acre 2 30 Roberts Patsey hrs 1 acre 3 2i Robinson Mrs Spicy 50 acres 9 00 Reeves John H nr CO acres 20 US There is more Catarrh in thi srcfion of the country than all ot ID r iliuunBea put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many earn doctors pro noonced it g local disuse Ilid presciib jcal remedies and by cuutHntly hail log to cue with loonl treatment prp nonnced it iiimn ble bcietice lm proven rntnrih to be a ronstiruiioi diseae1 ai d kisfiu r iirM wiiwilii tionn trcHtii nt HHUB Uatunli Cuie nianiirKcinrd by F J honey f Co Foledo Ohio Mie only con titutoua trmilninnt on the market It is takeir interiiHlly IlL doses from lOdropn toa tcaspoonfiil U acts directly on th blooil antl iniicourf siirhiceHof the tfllll They olfer outs liiiudred Uollnn for any case U fllH to cure Send Sir circulars and testimonials Address F J Obeney Co Toledo Ohio Bold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pilfe for const ptiodj S IiJ+ Winter Meat Eating The Poor Slomach Tale of Woe Just Now Mio na is Needed At this season ot the year thousands of people are already showing the ill symptoms that are sure to result from the usual winter diet Indoor life meatratine hearty food lack of exer ciso overwork and poor ventilation spell sickness and poor health- If the stomach cannot do its work properly III health is sure to follow Miona is the one medicine that assures a natural digestion that strengthen the stomach that soothes and heals all irritation congestion and and inflammation in the stomivch and bowels It is this that makes it a certain and guaranteed cure for all stomach troubles- If the digestion is impaired the blood is impoverished and becomes filledwith impurities deranging the whole system and causing sickness and suffering Miona acting upon the stomach and digestive organs cures sleeplessness nervous troubles head aches backaches and general weakness and debility If von are weak and alline the chances are that it ie dun to a diseased stom ncli but you en1 bA cured by using Miina Ask R L Middolton the re liable drnceist to show you the strong gnnrantpfl undir which Miona is sold Miona cpsta hut 50c a box If it aloes not cure you the price is abso lutelv nothmtr Turner Mrs Harriett nr 37 acres 6 10 Walden Chas lot 8 20 Wlddle SUns 1 acre 3 95 Woolums Mrs Minerva 1 acre 2 Whitmer Mrs Ann nr 31 acres 6 00 Young Henry 20 acres 6 85 UNION NO 3 Bnnnett Mrs Josie 6 acres 3 20 Harris Robt Jj 65 acres 9 50 James Mrs Annie 1 acre 2 40 Jones Mrs Wm 0 1 4 17 20 Noland WT4Oseres 900- Noland Joe P 50 acres 10 00 Oliver Roht Jr3 acres 4 55 OliverRF1lot 705 ffcndder Mrs Eliza 17 acres 9 sexton Arch nrj52 acres 4 90 Jhifflet Elliott 7 acres 4 45 Turner Edna 7 acres 2 80 WitHer Chas 13 acres 5 00 ELISTON NO 4 Brewer H C 2 acres 4 75 Brown Sames 12 acres 4 75 Carpenter George 10 acres 4 15 Carpenter Jane 75 acres 4 45 Carpenter M Lakes 50 acres 4 35 Cornelion J Reed 40 acres 9 50 Oovle Mrs Wm 2 acres 2 40 Coyle Hardin 151 acres 7 70 Dozier Curtis 20 acres 5 90 Fain Nathan nr 35 acres 665 Garrett Mary B 90 acres 9 00 Gentry Mrs Mary 40 acres 3 20 Gentry David 3 acres 4 75 Gooch Wm admr Wm Hurley 100 acres 17 15 Grinstead Smith 1 lot 8 20 Grinstead Dora 1 lot 375 Hensley O G 60 acres 8 75 Hill Sam E 5 acres 320 Hunter Wilgus 30 acres 435 Huntet Gils minor 40 acres 2 Jackson Jas L 97 acres 7 01 Johnson Alex 8 acres 4 15 Jones Flenton 100 acres II 50 Jones Elihu nr2O acres 209 King MJ Nancy 25 acres 3 20 Kidvcell flfrs Mary J 40 acrs 5 50 Lain Mrs Matilda 17 ices 5J50 Lam Mrs Foley 50 rrres a 75 Lamb John 85 acres 4 75 Lamb John 5U arris 4 15 Lamb Lincoln 18 acres 5 90 Lamb Ida 10 are 2 lilt Lnkis Mis Belli 25 acres 2 lin Lakes Cmi acres 475 Lakes Snnfuid II jacres 7 0 Likes James M 100 820 Mnupin AIr Cast hrs 8 acres 6 65 lila Plioebu K30 acres 6 C5 Powell Frank 50 acres 5 10 P well Hudson 60acres 630 Pore Mrs Cvnthla acre 5 50 Purl wood Martha acres 490 hid II Mrs Louisa 75 acres 5 BO Hjrivnur Irvine 155 acreS U 21 05 West W tt J H hBiidren la- ncres v v 7 80 Wilcox Tlios J 25 acreso 8 20 rieattr LuciudiyTtS acres ti tl5 YXE No ov Hliill loljuA r Hires 6 75 Bree James 42 acrtH IIII Barrett Bart ery 15 acres 8 40 Bmifje Warren 7 acreri 395 Bdiiiie Pitman 122 acres 01650- Rrelr Jblin 2 acres 3 95 Biirnell Lynititj 10 acres 0 RO Carter Jorge nr 11acre4 I 20 Uorneliaou Robt C7 acres u 4 70- Joyle ThoH J 58 acres 0 705 Cooper Tiptoe 87 acres 7 05 Gay Jas S0 acres T3Q Gibson Wm 1 acre r 465 Gibsen Mrs GiMMtlliaw 3 I Ii AUe4Br For coughs colds bfonchitisBrweak t Buluns5Ghfk Ptt HICherrv PectoralAlways keep bottle or it ii the lious we have been tJsayifleSO have The dtt0td ktt Cherry Pectoral In mT CatC 5Vr It II the bed ueItctieFIn ftIl a ku tor aU throat theu FMia=fcsoc fioo fSAvtifAll IrtiettS cM1o for irt liThnewaryGilmore Jane 80 aCres 2 lots 18 30 H Golden Mte Polly 75 acres 7 80 Harris Thomas 1 acre 8 75 hays Phillip SO acres 5 90 Johnson Belly S 8 acres 5 60 JohttBOn Sahvler 16 acres 5 00 Lamb John 60 acre 7 80 Uy nil art Sid Q3 acres 705 Longsdon Dolpluis nr 3 acres 2 50 Lowman Nancy 25 acres 3 20 Maupin Mrs Anhe T 7 acres 3 65 Maupln blunter 4 acref 4 15 Moody John 2 acres 3 90 Murrell Win 10 cres 4 10 Plgfc Brack 53 acres 8 00 M PiER Wm II 20 acres 5 35 Ponder John 7 acres 7 90 Powell Wm 112 aciBj 12 90 Powell Wm M 60 acres 4 75 N Roberts VT 40 iicres 8 85 Rncker Vm M 43 acres 10 75 Scott Max 29 acres 4 75 Thacker Geo J acres 5 20 Q Turpin Robt 40 acres 475- OLADK R yo 6RAllen Mm Hannah 1 lot 4 35 Ames Gel nr lot 19 50 ndersi ti Chns I acre 5 90 Anderson Edward lo 5 00 R Baker John 50 cres 4 65 Ballard Mrs Nannie ofi acres 5 75 S Beasley Salll acre 2 60 Benge Dave i lot 5 35 Blazer Ann M 1 lot 5 40 Bogga John lot 11 30 Burton Harry 50 acres 7 05 RurtonJacknr3 acres 665 flumes Mrs Sallift 1 lot 5 50 nmbs Martha 1 lot 3 45 Collins N B 20 acres 4 75 Croncher Jno W 3 acres 3 85 rornelin Peter Johnson 1 lot 600 ornelns k Mason lot 11 30 Davis Jon nr 28 acres 4 90 Daniels Thos 68 acres 7 65 Damrcll Joo 15 acres 4 45 Enl ema O nr lot 2 75 Flanery Vm lot 7 85 Fish E T act Peter Koferd lira 17 acres 4 00 Harlow Wm icre 4 15 Hardin L S nr tot 3 20 Harrison TI 25acres 5 90 Hays E F 1 lot 7 05 Henry J R nr 83 acres 7 50 FToladay Lncinda 1 lot 6 00- Holtselaw Daniel nr lot 6 65 HawkinR John A 4 acres 6 50 Jones Nancy L E 35 acres 2 75 Kindred Harvey nr 2 acres 5 50 Kindred ReuMn 1 acre 9 05 Kindred Mrs Rilda 1 acre 2 15 Lewis P B lInt 8 20 Lncus Sam lot 2 55 Lunsford Ja W acre 5 90 LuskDrJno L 1 lot 9 50 Maupin Frank 1 lot 6 50 Maiden Mary 13 acres 2 40 Mahafffly Mrs Ellen 1 lot 1130 Mitchell John H nr 10 acres 4 35 Moore Lac it Mary 52 acres 7 80 Monsey 1 lot i 10 60 Pitts Bvnum 9 acres 2 75 Preston B A 1 lot 9 50 Pteston Chas 2 lots 10 Ramsey A 11 lot i 7 45 RaniB y Roht G lot 7 05 Reynolds A B 1 lot 4 75 Richardson John hrs 1 lot 4 90 Richardson M E Son 1 lot 7 80 Rowlett James M 1 acre 9 50 Sexton D Morris 4 acres 11 60 Smith Mrs C B 1 acre 2 95 SlarpJOLIot 5 90- Rhockley Mrs Thos 1 lot 3 75 Todd John W 13 acres 5 80- Tatanc Mrs Mattie 20 acres 320 Watkins Thos H lot 4 15 Watkins LA1 lot 4 15 Weaver Salum 26 acres 4 75 Weaver Abe 10 acres 4 10 Weaver Algin 22 acres 4 75 Winkler Shelbin 1 acre 5 90t Wyatt Gilbert G 6 acres G 50 Young John nr 100 acres 4 3r KIUKSVILLE No7 Adams Otis 1 lot 705 Bratcheri J W 1 acre 4 35 Eli J B 14 acres 8 2fl Gill Talbot 20 acres 7 l Hill Elizabeth 78 acres I 16 6 Horton Nancy lire 27 acres s ri Kindred Fay 1 acre 2 20 Long LuiHa 85 acres 9 00 Masters Jno Bur 40 HCIPP 35 Myers WAn r lt 2 6 Piewltt MTVIH n r 15 arrest 4 00 Rho lu ibr I aero 4 7 Rliodus John I au o 4 35 Roes AlHx48acms 1915 Kbasiian Hiram 33 acres 5 50 Smith Milton n r 7 acres 3 20 owers Cal J 44 acres 18 05 Terry MfJ tacres 1830- CevN It F 1 lot mlii rvis Walker 2 lola II 90 thom N B n r 2 acres 4 35 Wearcn lfitch 14 Hares 150 While Mrs Grtfiii acre 4 lIt XVhitMker Ron A 5 ares 0 61 9 J oodi Mbrri iacres 18it- II loN KOJ dragoJasl2acree 475- ker Mrs Na icy 140 aciw U- Olser Jacob t ir 1 lot 3 20- ooksies feve et i lot 4 75 tkv MrS Majy lot 4 I5 von A Fit lot B 60 rgess W Lf q2t acres SE 60 Eiabth 5 acres 3 90- nrton Wiley jt F 15 acre 5 35 urton Woods hrstd RcteR 4 35- irnes TliouJjill acres 5 90- lath Fli 2 4vrsd 4 ottofl Ellz 4t4t4r4 7 85 Collins Job A tO8CTS 4 75 Alston Roliej 2 srr 2 unn Mrs Nanile A 1 lot 7 81- 1stesAD1acti 6 90 Fain Brack t ar 4 20 itch Mrs Jani 23 ftcros fl 00 oster Jo P IIi r i acre 2nFooter Roht itrrn 3 P5- HofoiHi Frank 49 acres 12 00 arvey Levi 21 aereB 7 1i5 nden L r tltlt 375 Hadcn K L trllBtee 1t tlaclen- lOSacres 13 70 Mensley Mildred u r1dacres 4 8- 0illJasM2AerUs 1200 Howard Win 20 acres 5 90 How Walter 30 acres 705 Law Howard t aero 4 20 Sand Sallie 45 Hcres 6 65 Lowry Mrs The reel lot 14 oo Lowry Llsfiie 13 acres 4 90 owry Nathan loacrea 4 75 Lowry Reuben 122 acres 26 9- nIwry Wm Jr 1 acre 4 2o Ixwry Win Sr 1 acre 3 9o Lowry James to acres 4 75 Locker Wm 1 here 4 2 Long John lop acres 0 14 0 aster Muses Jfr 4o acres 8 2o Martin Sam 1 tot 4 45 Miller Jessie 11 acres 4 75 Motley Jno S 0 acres 4 35 oelRAnrUacres 12 5o- Northcutt ElmiT 3 acres 1 lot 23 80 Perkins T M 8 acres 11 80 Prewitt Jno M to acres 5 O- nuantWFn3lots 4 35 Qnlsenberry John n r 125 acres 3 eynolds Mrs Minnie 46 acres 7 4o- eynoldi Allen lo acres 7 o5 Renfroe Robt 15 rcres 4 75 Ren froe Wm Jr 7 acres 4jRhodne Jas 7 acres 5 9o union Dr A T 3 acres 24 60 Sanders Morris 2o acres 5 9o hastian Rufus 5 acres 4 75 Sowers Jas Li acre 435 Stennett Linsey 25 acres 765 Taylor Wm 1 let 7 o5 Taylor Lyman 1 lot 4 15 Tudor Poteey A n r I lot 3 oo Vandwpool Jacob 1 lot 4 15 Vencent Wttt 21 lo Warner Jas lo acres 4 75 Ward Calvin 17 acres 7 65 Whitaker Henry loo acres 27 65 White Chas W 33 acres 8 10 Woods John 1 acre 4 15 Warner W J 54 acres lo 35 WadeDSnrllot 2 60 Young John R 5 acres 6 60 Youngi Johr A 15 acres lo 25 COLORED LIST RICHMOND NO 1 Al ford Eliza lot 7 o5 Anderson Ed lot 6 85 Barnes Henry 1 lot 4 75 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 6 65 Barnes Henry and Rebecca 1 lot 4 JJo Bates Buford 1 lot 4 75 Ballard Wince 110t 6 5o Bena Chas lot 7 65 Biggeratafl Jas I lot 535 Black Jas Sr 2 lots 5 90 Blythe Bettie lot 5 5o Blythe Wm 1 lot 6 60- Blj the Soil lot 5 35 Bronston Geo 1 lot 7 o5- Bronston Jacob 1 lot 4 75 Burgin Martha lire lot 4 9o- Hurnam Alice i lot 7 2o Burnam Chas 1 lot c 5o Agent Jno 0 Burnam not 5 oo Burton Belle n I 1 let 2 5o Campbell Elder W 1 lot 4 55 Chenanlt John 1 lot 4 5o Clay Lizzie 1 lot 2o 65 Coviugton Sarah hrs 1 lot 4 35 Cochraiis Sarah hrs 1 lot 16 15 Cornelison Ed lot 5 90 Crutcher Nancy 1 lot 4 35 Crawford Laura 1 lot 486 Craig Henry 1 lot 6 9o- Deatherage Baab 1 lot 17 45 5pEmbryEmbry Julia Allot 435 Estill Robt n rtl lot 3 2o Estill Tenla 1 lot 3 2o Fife Mary A 1 lot 48 Fife Sarah 1 lot 4 35 Fisher Easter 1 lot 2 r Francis Wm 1 lot 5 75 Gentry Irve ant K P TIIe Hot 4 M Gilbert Amelia k lot 5 5 Gibbs Rfary 1 lo a 75 Harris Ben 1 loi 7 r5 Hisle And lot 5 Hill Nnluin lot 535- Hairie Vllii MJII r Ilot Ii G5 Irvine Joe I lofc 7 o5- Imiian Itobt Sr 65 acksai Hetliit firs I lot 26 JoliiiKon C Pii rint 6 f fnnes Riihard q r Mot 4 S5 Level Mary n nir lInt 9n Martin Hnmih y lint c4 75 Martin Ahinr lots 5555- l tin Irvine t 7 fi5 MAMIII Mariai 1 lot 4 35 Millin lit 3 75 Mutwle Lids I lot 3 oo Miller llaTisoii II r lot 5 5u Miller Inckson not 6 4 Miller T B and wife 1 lot 4 35 Miller IB nuejit Join Camp hell hrs lot 3 oo Moss Millie hrs lot 4 9o- Miindy Win 2 labi 5 9o lniisay Sallie 1 lot 32o Nnlaud S alie jot 4 9i Owen inen 1101 f 6 on Parks ifonriu Ain lot 5 5o Home Mrde Have your cake muffins and teabis cuit homemade They will tie fresher cleaner more tasty and wholes me Royal Bakin Powder helps the house wife to produce at home quickly and eco nomically fine and tasty cake he raised hotbiscuit puddings the fros ed layer cake crisp cookies crullers crusts and muffiiis with which the readyi lade food found at the beshopor gro ery does onipare L vRbyalis the greatest ofbake aay help1- I Ny IA5IN COA yeSK 1 c- cEb To 7Jihc w wnm JxS 1Under Southern Skies PalmerJnsl lot t 5 9o Phelps Sam 1 lot 7 06 Phelps Jennie lot 13 7o Phelps Wm 1 lot 4 75 Postell Peter n r 1 lot 3 2o Rice Geo 1 lot 6 5o Rice Belle aageot for C Donahue hot 3 75 Robinson Plaisay 1 lot 3 75 Rhodes Dave and wife 1 lot 6 60 Rhodes Sarah 2 acres 4 35 Schribner Susan 1 lot 4 35 Shepherd Harry 1 lot 5 35 Shepherd Chan Sr lot 5 90 Shepherd Rena 1 lot 3 2o Shearer Mary 1 lot 3 95 Smith Ella I lot 3 75 Smith Cassa 1 lot 5 5o- Suiallwood Chits lot 435 Stone Fred B 1 lot 5 35 Stone Minerva lot 4 10 Stone Jrene lot 4 35 Terrill Nannie 1 lot 4 9o Tevis Cassa 1 lot 5 5o Todd Jas C 1 lot 5 85 Tomblin Henry 1 lot 5 35 Tribble Mary hrs I lot 4 9o Tribble Nose agent John Trib ble lot 4 9o Tribble John Henry 3o acres 475 Turner Dan hrs lot 6 oo Turner Mattie 1 lot 3 75 Turley Mary and Alice 1 lot 4 80 Tye Wm Hot 535 Tribune Mary n r 2 lots 6 oo Walker Richard 1 lot 4 35 Walker Speeds 78 acres 10 00 Walker Robt 1 lot 7 o5 Walker Susan lot 3 2o Walker Ed 1 lot 765 Walker Thos hrs 4 35 Wells Nelson 1 lot 6 85 White David 1 lot 4 35 White Rose 1 lot 3 2o White Jas Sri lot 465 White Narcisl lot 5 50 Willis Edna 1 lot 3 75 Williams Luke 2 lots 9 5o Winkfleld 1 lot 4 75 Winkfleld Millie 1 lot 6 oo Yates Maggie Hot 5 50 FOXTOWN NO 2 Benton Jordon 25 acres 6 So Chenault Wyatt 1 acre 3 85 Chenault Dean 24 acres 9 5o Chenault Jim 1 acre 4 15 Cheuanlt Sam 2 acres 3 95 Chenanlt Chats n r 8 acres 3 2o Chenault John 2 acres 4 75 Chenault Stauter 7 acres 4 7o Chenault Len 20 acres lil Chenault Lefcber 7 acres 4 75 Cosby Simon 1 acre 415 Fox Mark 2 area 4 on Fox Amanda nurw 2 3n Hill Jo 8 acre 4 75 Jonpf 1nrrv 2 iires 5 O- olttip Rachel 12 rtll 4 Uilijifunl Aino 4 acres 5 O- nleIi0l lai lira 22 aciett 4 85 filler Sam n i 2 acres 3 75 imith Hurrett 6 acres5nWh- ite Andy Sacito 4 75 ItlNIIN No3 tallow rak hw 15 acres 3 oo Brook Wm 21 ale 5 tao Covinuton Roht acre I 35 ollitib Jerry I acre 4 do Dolly Chris acrn 4 15 Doutiiet Marlhy 2 acres 3 2o Kniill Dollio acre 2 Co Green Lucy 16 acres 4 35 Hatter A 1 new 26 Hccker Wm 4 a jns i 475 Mayo Leander acre 4 16 Miller June 5 acrna 9 Parrisli Geo 3 acres 4 15 Pinksten Rachel loacres 3 PinkBteii Mortice 3 acres 4 15 Reed Tobjha 6 acres 3 2c Robinson try 25 mires 3 75 Yates Rachel acre 2 oo- ELL1STON NO 4 Hallow Jake 4 acres 4 75 Bates Patsey hrs acres 2 4o Bates Steven B 18 acres 65 Browing BoLt acre 2 75 Butler Thos ncr 4 lo Crocket Hem y m 3 acrea 2 Go Coyington Unwanl lire 2 a res 2 7- iDllliuifham Arch 7 acres 5 X- Dunmii Geo 10 acres 3 85 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 75 Francis Win 2 acres 4 15 Goodlou Mary nr2o acres 4 35 Harris Emily 47 acres 5 5 f Hocker Mary 3 acres 2 60 Irvine Christopher 7 acres 5 35 Jackson Simon 2 acres 4 lo Kavanaugh Jerry 8 acres 3 95 Manjritii Mary 1 acre 3 2o Oldham Aarriet 8 acres i 3 2o Parks John 2 acres 4 15 Phelps Fanttie 23 aures 4 4o- Roys ton Angelina acres ri 65 Todd Rhodes 61 acres l 7o5 Watts Frank 8 acrijs V v 6 oo Yates Taylor in acres 475 YATKSSOI5 Buford Geo 3 acrea 4 75- Chonault Roy 5 acm 5 35 Cornelison Howard 32 acres TQo Harris H and Tabitlia 1 acre 2 75 Hocker Rebe ca 2U anrea 4 9i Maupin Gluts acre 3 85 McCord Joshua 2o acres 6 65 Thom Heaiy 12 acres 5 lo White Seiaira 5 acres 8 oo Yatesl Heary hrs 2t acpw o 4 Qo OLDao0 Ballard Fred lCrt 4 MUer4 Lidii 1lti tLG9 BeSt EHjah 15 acrea 1- 0m4 Vp1n r 2Kree 80 n Bennett Ike 1 acre 4 15 Ballard Howard 1 lot 46 Brooks Humphry acre 5 85 Bronaugh Nancy J 9 acres 3 in Birnam Chas J 6 acres 7 oh Burnam James 6 acres 7 o5 Campbell Amanda 1 acre 3 8o Camobell Cora 8 acres 655 Campbell Gree acre 5 35 Chambers Ben 4 acres 7 05 Denham Jerry 13 acres 5 DotDlirgs Sidney 13 acres 6 Elmore John 6 acres 5 75iEaley Dan 2 acres 4 Farris Millie 1 acre 2 Farris John 4 acres 3 35 File Ifarry 4 acres 7 o Francis Sam 1 acre 4 75 Gentry Sam 18 acres 5 Do Haley America 1 acre 4 90 Hood Nathan Hot 475 Jenkins Ed 34 acres 15 on Martin Ben 3 acres 5 35 Martin Lewis 3 acres 5 On Martin Sarah 3 acres 4 35 Miller A C n r 1 lot 2 Co Miller Smith 5 acres 3 35 Miller Isaac 1 acre 3 75 Newland Dan 1 acre 4 So Parka John F 1 acre 4 65 Patuto Frank 1 acre 4 65 Rash Wm 26 acres 6 Sn Rice Sallie 1 lot 2 70 Rice Perry 1 lot 4 75 Shearer John adm of Mariam Shearer 12 acres 6 Do Shearer Beard 1 acre 3 85 Simpson Silas adm Elian John sun acre 2 80 Tevis Henry 2 acres 3 35 Tribble Troy 4 acres 4 65 Warner Robt 1 acre 4 75 Walker John 1 lot 4 75 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 65 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 35 i West Dovey Hot 3 2o White Wm 4 acres 5 35 Wllmore Goo 7 acres 5 35 KIRKSVILLE JfO1 7 Brooks Jack 1 acre 4 15 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 2 Cousins Irvine 92 acres S Denny Dock 1 acre 4 65 Denny Geo admr ol Martha Denny 23 acre In oS Duerson Taylor 1H cro 4 65 Dlirson Harry 17 acres 8 2ii Elmnre Mary 2 ncrwi 4 3 Kmhry Wyatt 10 HIres lo on Floyd Mitchell 2 arras 5 Un UninfK ieo Marolinn 75 acres 21 HnilitiRwoith l1 e 1 acre 5 Lwis Dae4o acres 11 3 Miiler Sum iacrurt 64 Paterson Nancy I acre 2 lrowltc HtO John 2arrps 2 60 Riuhardsun Hbnry IIr lot 4 35 SHioolor Wai acre 4 6T rnrnttr Tom 8 acres 5 9 Turner riam 6 acres 5 3 MILLION No8 Bates Mule 3 acres 4 15 Bogie Jason acrH 4 Hroaddue Phil lot 3 9j Conny Jap acre 3 45 Fife Chas 23 acres 8 Dii File Irvin 18 acres S20 ireeu Lojd 4 acres 4 In Jones WSl lot Muodv 16 Tobel lot 4 15 lundy Easter lot 3 20 MundyJoel 1 lot 4 10 Park Mat I acre 3 85 Reynolds Harry 2 lots 8 00 Hlmpooiutieo 1 acre 3 R5 Turner Irvine 20 acres 5 tkf Warron Irvine acre 8 Warren Ueo 4 acres 4 75 xVarnm Geo 3 acres 420 Willis Ike 1 acres 4 2 Kills Germs of Catarrh Hyoraei Goes to the Root of CuresIase and Makes Astonishing Catarrh cannot be cured by the line of plln liqiiid medicines and Recalled system tonics Under such treatment the germs of tlm disease will still live in the air passages and increase and multiply Hyomet is the only scientific and thorough way to cnre catarrh Kill ing the germs in the air passages it enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the microbes in the blood and effectually drives from the system all tracesof catarrhal poison Thousands of testimonials have hen given fB to the astonishine cures made by this remedy MrsLe Rendii 76 Western Avenue Cleveland Ohio writes 1 b lipvp Hyorocl saved my life I am better now than I have bean in thirty years Many doctors both in England and France treated me for catarrh hnt I was not cured nniill used Hvomei Probably the strongest evidence that can bepflereil as to the powers of Hyo mel tOlureatarrh is tbe fact that B L MijIflton will agree to refund flip moMy if yon say Hyotnei has not cured ou The Complete Hyomet out fit costs hut 1 eeflBiMiRK of aninhalerdroppernd- lilfflcieJtHYCllIlAI to last several weeks This will effect a euro in ordinary o4ueS but forehrdnic and deep eea 8d Nof eMrriiour use inav be BWwiry And tWen wctm hattliM of aa bteiDd far 50e tJ j Owen McKee Leader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions ltZI J J 8J J L JIDRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c S SS SOSS O I S SS HAVE YOU TRIED OUR I Mati Ah Jillica aoii It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The Mountain Ash Jellico Coal is free from and because of its superior burning qualities is theSS most satistactory Jellico Coal produces for either 5 Grates Stove or Furnace Try It and we guarantee that all your worry over 5bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr S Tel J84 Yards Aspen ave S S YOUR WANTS can be supplied witha small outlay of cashat he Racket During our few years business n Richmond our efforts to supply the citizens of tVladison and adjoining counties with the best goods at the lowest prices has been rewarded by the upbuilding ofour business Last years business was far beyond that of the previous year and we propose to make 1905 even more success than was 1904 Give usa call and get prices before making a purchase of anything in our line Watch our advertisement weekly as prices on goods will be quoted that will be interesting and profitable to housekeepers The Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky 7I7r 7ti 7 I THE COUNTRY71 STORE m- F+ INTOWNS BUY FOR ih r e AS H7 SELL FORffi CAS Hm iJBN We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware V Woodenware Porcelain and Graniteware p- X Harness Farm Impliments Wagons Buggies NM 5 Road Carts etc In fact most every article 71t used on farm or in kitchen r Rememberour rCASH PRICE makes goods very low when c compared with the credit system 71 Call and examine our goods and tr get our price We pay the highest price for fC r Poultry Eggs Hides t rand UI Colyer Bros m + Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY I II7FVI7-n f rte i r I e j r nV Ii b N h I r An Opportunity I arilFfbruart in our large Vehicle stock Dont fail to see- rou 65 and 75 Buggies r they are worth a 10 to 15 more than we are asking Get a bargain before they are all gone f e eeatTanQJ WUlCa t IflleHlUOND IfY PeBbles Jj t ISwet ickory fr t j Coff 8 t i Frasa Bros rSOLE AGENTS MAINjBTxtEET PHONE 165 Ux The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 8 19051 White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt Reports from Florida say that vege tation and fruit have been badly Milited by frost beer11riiangei from Witts distillery in Eatlll iuntvtc Silver Creek consider the IGibsonsWaKonP WaRona Wagons at nn shackelford C Co Titf bare the heel Tvairon and the price fiat The M It Parrish School of Flion ojna vHobsou Building Laest n sumtinn Positions secured tor pupils tf lV plnnie B H tuxon and Rro for economy and smokeless coal for furnace and airtiuht boaters 28dtf White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt lirl iltIThere ia come talk of a new ran brim put on ths Rowland bratmb Of K t rhd from this city straight thru 1lIiMilleiUliukttiipnx hits mode its appear in several families Among tho e atllictfil art Master Xeale Bennett M is Kltee Smith and Tom Smith Jr BIRDSELL tiiH higleetcradn wagon ulnde at D B siiackeltord S Cos For lltzht draft durability and lung lasting buy a BIrd WaJon8fetfNew Furniture JtorG- tiPSSra W P Hindus and J T Lumoii of Winchester will open np a carpet and furniture louse in the store riMim on Sacnnd street recentlyvacated by C Lovell They will do basinets cm the installment plan Urcnit Court W 1ircuit Court con veneTiiroday with luiltie Benton presiding The following it tile Irllllil jury W B Orntcher f tremm Hailpu Turpin +IF Br gH JAMIH dtajjner W M Ilurrus Join V James Shearer Samuel Lackey Np d McKinn ET Fish B L Banks j and Silas Alexander Barn Burned The barn belon inc to MrV Charles K rris who resides on thn Irvine pike 1IIIIIlIt sit miles from town was burned on loot Tuesday night together with its cliutentH which included alotuf corn hoc fodder one horse and n mule Insurance t the amount of SHOO was anted hut this will hardly cover the in Tile lire cat quite a glow In the sky which was noticed by a number of onr citizens Dont delay in attending the challenge sale at White Gib sons Diy of trayer In view of the treat revivals Roinp on in diflerBiit parts of the world Friday has bean set apir s a day f prayer fur this muvttta t to extenu even tu KfVlirnond Ser 1eVfrvwhere held tit 10 oclock in the in riiiiiu and of throe in the dfiernooi at the Y M C A roMiia and again in evening at seven oclock at the Bap All persons iuteiesied in tilt rth lre of our towiiand her spiritual should attend these services Died While Vislllnc Newton lfugattd twentysix years j whose home is at Silver Creek llIdi son county came to Clark to visit hit fa her John ivinj who lives ou tilt i Uuckerviile pike He Wilt a miffre i nu coiiKUraptioti and was taken- w p hiiil died bore Friday The re ii ails were buried in the Winchester cemetery the funeral services at the home being conducted by Elder Watts Winchester Demosrat Golden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest ana most beautiful car load ofc a Marble and Granite I Trade atever In Richmond at hcne where you get the best moods at cheaper prices Golden Flora East Main Street i e 3 txg9 ns1ro4 MN Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays i R TURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered FreeofGhargeYour Z T RICE Agent Oflice Rice Arnold Shoe Store Pphone 118 He who hesitates is lost so- dont forget the Challenge Sale at White Gibsons now on at its height c D B Klmekeltord S Co have received a car load of Birdsell Wagons and can make you the best prices on a i wagon Sfetf I MUD You Please call and settle your account llialm Jones d Mershon B H Luzon d Bro have the nicest lotof jimothv hav in Madison county i a1nahPm when In neeJ 28detf R I To Fliyat vilh The baud hoys and flirts of will present A Country Kid Newbyj vIlla on Saturday night Cottage Friyermeetite Prayer meeting will be held with the Mmses Oldham at their home on High street tonight at seven oclock L W Crates Pastor The Challenge Sale at White Gibsons is on and it will pay you to attend New flak Mr A E Bnrnam of Frankfort a son of former Chief Justice Burnam oft t hen ucky Court of Appeals itas ribeeiPappointed toa clerkship the In ternal revenue office nnder Collector ibentou v i Ofllcen tlectld At tiampetthtrof the Aid Society of the Fleet Presbvterian Church Mrs B L Mlddelton was elected to the office oflPreJFlderit Mrj Ak W Smith was made Vice President sort Mrs J B Stouffer Secretary aridTreasurer County Court Day In spite of the extremely inclement weather quite a crowd was here Mon day to attend Court Day There were a Rood many hinle on the market sel ling at from 60 to 150 Plug horses sold sold for 128 to gitii There was a big demand for work stock Brock iale The sale of CF Brock occurrednear Million on last Thursday Everything sold brought good prices including a nave mule for Sloo 1 3 yeaC old saddle horse for SCI R cows from S22 to E6 heifers 20 steer calves X12 tolb bogs SI per hundred corn 225 in the shock farming implements etc sold high Sport for Yonne and Old The hill starting at Main street and nine down Third street has afforded much pleasure to both old and young faring the continued snow and ice spell Dozens of sleds are out all dar and until late at night as many as a halt dozen going down on one gled Boys on ice skates sail up sad lowr the streets as gracefully Purl swir Iv h if they wore on Lake Reba ur sow ntherKood body of water It has been t number of yearsslnce we experienced as much snow as we have this winter and it has furnished worlds of fun toall Remember that the cost of drygoods will not be consider ed at White Gibsons Chal lenge Sale Mr Hillcr Paints Word Flctnres At the annual banquet given by the Iftedaulevtllefriend Hun R W Miller of Rich mond was one of the speakers His snhjnct wag tMKentuckys Opportuui ty lIe painted llowerv word pictures of the Commonwealth and carried his hearers on a rhetorical flight of pre diclou regarding tbe future greatness of t e rose tinted years to come We have journed through the valley of the shadow in Kortucky he said The plowshare of hate has run deep in Us furrow but the sturdy vjrtnes of our people have brought ueto the heights of lofty aspirations and accom plish menls and in tbe light oE achieve ment the bitterness pf the yriarrigone will fade from memory =Central Record Jii = When looking for a wagon dont fall to examine the reat Birdeellaa It is the best that m nycanbnySold by D B Shackelford 6c Co Sfetf An opportunity that has never bee pre to Youbfforeis- awiit nat White dt xis challenge safe i i J i t i IJftit ir to j tJlA 4A IGf SiddJ s A r S Nows your chance for Shirt Bargains Weve just finished stock taking and find the shirt stock just twice as large as it should be and in order to cut it down weVe made these 1 unusual price reductionsQA1 for 79c b 70cts bu andYstiff bosoms not a shirt reserved all go These act n famous Lion l1nd Monarch brands all bright dean J grYlatest patterns and styles Be quick Lstpick = 79 cts r 1 for C5c Same brands arid quality as the 79c lotf but some are slight1 ly rumpled in Handling and others art lots in which only a few shirts are feftf nothing less than regular dollar quality but alloat the extremely low price of 65 cents 411 v t woo usE ARKS 5i I CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cast LeastWear Best Salesman E C BOGQS J aaaaraaaaaaaaaauaa UHV It H Harris will preach at the gpiKcopal church Sunday morning and veiling Striooily IlL Great regret and a feeling of deepest sorrow was felt by our community at area when it became known that Mr lerinaii Fiasa was seriously ill of pnen nunia at the home of Ills fatherinlaw Mr Iartwrigh in New Decatur Ala hither he had gone fur a tew days visit For several days before his de parture for the South he complained pi Illness and hoped that the change and rest from business ould restore him Felegrams to his brother in this city tate his condition as rather alarming His many friends are eager each day or news from his bedside and all are rusting for his early recovery and re ovary and return to his accustomed place Will Go to Soncnct It is with a mingled feeling of regret and pleasure that we will witness the Jt parture of two of our boat known roune men Messrs W L Bybee and Gilbert Grinstead Regret became we hate to have such men as these to leave our midst pleasure because we like to see young men push en ergy and business ambition go out In the world on their own hook These gentlemen lave formed a partnership and open up a Sret class dry geode business in Somerset Roth Mr By bee and Mr Grinstead are too wen known to nefcd comment at our bands For a number of years Mr Grinsttad has bran connected with the Busy Bee Cash tto e and has at all times prove himself to be a gentlemanin tho high est sense of the word Mr Bvbee hao been the polite and gentlemanly clerk at B W Turners dry store and numbers his friends by the score The very beat wishes will follow them to their new home Therell oe a crowd at White it Gibsons Challenge Sale MATRIMONIAL HILLIAKD ROBINSON Klder A J Tribble was the officiating minister in the ceremony that united the lives of Mr John Hilliard and Miss Laura Robinson on last Wednesday MATTPINDAVIS Mr Joseph W Mau- f Kingston ad Miss Lou Davis i Paint Lick were married laiit Wed tbilay at the residence of Mrand Mrs W Baits on West Main street The ride Isa daughter of Joshua Davis a well known farmer of the Paint Lick locality and is a very attractivo younp woman Thegrwmls only livinj son of the late Mr Maupin and in a brother to Mrs J W Baler Thf happy couple to whom the Climax ex tend congratulations willgo to house beepinc at Hunters Rest the old Maupin home near Kingstbn The CbanUy Kid Friday Jan 2o witnessed n large crowd gathered at the capacionii furniture room of of J S Stapp had- been made into an ideal theatre The countrv Kidd given by the Jolly Ridge Erase Bund assisted bv come of the young ladies in the neighborhood The characters had been well trained by Urea Belle Million this tail alone guaranteeing success for all who know Miss Belle know that what she dots is well done Many present thou ht the entire cast of characters far surpassed Itself Each and every one acted his r r her pert well so great was the iiatisfac lion that the play was repeated Saturday night and the crowd was a 6 reat that they could hardly find Banding- room Mr trie McGarvey of Rl h mond being presont was solicited h treat the audience some ol bis ex cell lt musiu which was highly en joyed by all as was slat Miss Maude Martins on the piano Both evenlniiB witnessed the mast beautifully executed pieces tin tha violin by bliss Isele Million itt Rich mond It would be difficult to sar which gave roost satiefactioe were fine rand one epHI11 weU pleated bliss Gentle Heathmanfl and acttog were especially good MtMes Mary Tudor andjlElolM Xillijm acquitted themlveci well The acting and work OarIIabedweuhj bo a eredlr to any set roan They were working sit OC the how baiHl and e cliaad all dwrrl t n 1 A Little Outcast This well Known and Copular meta draiiM wliifti has pmvf a genuine success in all the large rides during pant tiHMin wilt he the otferwq at the Grand Opera Horn ou Monday niiiht February 13 The wealth of special aceuery and mechanical effects iiirtt Im tended ih a great nnaeure to iisure its siufes will be used in the local production v The management make a point of presenting the produc lion In its in all towns where hA Little Outcast is presented The entlrecast is composed of capable peo pie and a finished and pleasing per formance is guaranteed EverJDUJI The peculiar title Everyman of the famous morality play which will be presented at the Grand on Saturday February 111ms aroused much curiosity and speculation among those who road little more than the headlines iu the newspapers Everyman ia supposed to have been written by a monk during the fife teenth century and it ia known to have been frequently played in the open air at the religious iu England and Europe The character of Everyman represents humanity in general Though the character is supposed to be an abstraction It hoe ill the individual characte ristlcs of a Hamlet and in hia trials of his miiny friends there ia a human sympathy aroused which makes a distinct rmd- lasting Impression on the audience Boot Collate Hut Stood TrW Judge Benton on yesterday rendered an opinion overruling the demurrer in tree of the Madison County va Berra College The opinion was generally pronounced by the members of the bar to be the moat learned and exhaustive opinion rendered In our circuit court in many years The authorities cited end reasons given by Judge Benton carried conviction to every one that the demurrer to the indictment should have been overruled The caw is set for the 14th day of the present term AB there will be no denial of the allegations of the allegations of the indictment the College will be fined 1000 andap appeal will then be takes to the Court of Appeals Now is the time to buy your Dry Goods Goods marked down to a mere nothing at White Gibsons challenge sale DEATH4Y NOBLE In our last issue we made only btibfmention of the death of Mr Paul Noble which occurred on oat m as the result of u fell he received on Saturday while cutting ice In the tall his skull was fractured and although everything to medical skill was dose tor save so ise fnl a life all was in vain Ills Master called and he had to go Mr Noble would have been 76 years old in May fti 1864 he wAnt to Illinois and resided there nntll 1892 when he returned to this county In every walk In llfii he was known both here and in Illhoin for his sense of moral duty He Win a true tvpe of a gentleman honest pp right In all of a hripian and a mend to all Mr Noble shad been married twice his second irife having been Mrs Kmtna Lanter of Union City whom he martial in 1892 From this union there was bornjone child a little ctrl now about six years old By his first wife there living children all prominent andre Rppctd citizens of Ill Iber am Messrs T K and 6 ANobleliind Mesadampa Henry Hirer W AjPar rich and R H Breck An account illness none were able to attend their rather burial save Mr T K Nohln Funeral eervfcea were conducted TrjnrB dav the eermon being lerJ L Reynolds Mflsonn of n an honored member ok nreaChPdjhv body and conducted the took place Inthfl RIhmo In his death onr county her et known renpei eitizen and farmerlt He watt rte fear minaetl by those who knew him tall loved him best thow around the iirn lly fireside vhere he waR at all tl nPR s kind and loving1 hunhend an I II gentle and at srtitmatR father Tribe family the Climax jnirw in withnt era in extending tbe dee pest syHipsthv The GhaKenrt S1eat e GiUooA IiJ1Ii ta Farms Sold Mrs JT Shackelford of this city hoe sold to Lewis S Johnson of Wood furl county a farm contHining 48 acres and shunted UI the Versailles pike three miles from Lexington or0 749 40 Also another farm in the same locality to WalterS Payneof Fayette county for 8oo38o This farm con rained 57 acres Both are valuable pieces ot land Held OnrISeveral correspondences have come in but on account of the tax list and an inrush of advertising matter we have been compelled to hold them over Lost I A ladys light ten cloak with large pearl buttons either in Richmond or between this place and Caleaat Finder will please return same to this office and receive reward If tt lDund1 rroceedlup Last Thursday being tbe regular time for the meeting of the City Council that met with all members ai d the Mayor present The minutes of the January meeting were read and adopted also the reports of the city officials After investigated the question of an ell way between I W Barnett and L R filantona coal yard the committee reported and the Council ordered the alley to be opened on Mr Barnettb ground giving hint thirty days uutlce to that etiect The committee appointed to invest gate the question regarding the erec flair of a new city hall voicing of unda etc reported and stated among other thing that the building now being used for such had been condemned as unsafe and wholly inadequate for the usages required of it It was at Brat thought that a mane meeting would beheld Thursday night at which the citi zens would be expected to express themselves concerningthe question of voting bonds for the erosion the new city hall It hoe been learned however that an electon can set be held nntii the regular election in November consequently the mass meeting bat been declared off It was decided that a proper purvey of Linden street should be made before any righting of street limits should be made Mr Sbackelford chairman of the committee to confer with Mr Borders concerning Pictorial Edition of the CLIMAX reported that they bad agreed to take two payee at 30 per page each of which will contain photos end write visa of the city building and officials Mr Allen Zaring was given a permit to moye his scales from the rear to the front of his mill as well as to make other alterations Permits to build were granted Joe Shepherd Gnu J B Rose cfne on Hal lie Irvine and the other on Orange street Martin Gentry applied for the nner piled saloon license of W M Creek more who recently sold ont his bust ness to Gentry Bolton The license was granted Beocham Lackey was appointed street commissioner succeed Martin Gentry resigned Free Coupon Anyone Buffering with kidney or bladder trouble can get absolutely free one fall size box of DeBells Kidney Pills These pills are for sale by B L Middelton and to introduce them the manufacturers will accept this coupon for full retail price in the purchase of one box Ont out aridsend to C Y Bejtgs Sons di Co Chicago fob PERSoNALs aMiss Minnie Davidson jpt Irvin visited her cousin Miss Bernice Tay lor last week Dr J S Turner was IB Richmond Moadayblrs Thomas Williams was in Richmond llloodayG E Lilly of Richmond mss here the first of HeraldjMrs en route to Florida where she wil spend some time TeCecillal1Chtb will feet at th Elk Club cantos this afteraeoa et 2 I fcetead of Mn T J SttIiJr Jfi MM ia Mn Sdittbafemila trseestitif Uted tfc vhMge o s Special White Dress Shirts ii lrtl at 50 ts tr11f r One lot of fine white dress shirts that sold for 75c Sale + j price only 50 cents tt 50c for 39c Hs I All our fifty cent shirts go in this sale heavy work shirts Ii 6zt r excepted White shirts colored shirts pleated bosoms or plainf nice dressy effects or every day patterns a wide va riety of good things to select from only 39 cents Early buyers get best choo singfCOVINGTON AND BANKS ii tMrs G G Prewitt is visiting in Lexing on Mrs M M Harbor has gone to Bl omin Ion Illinois to visit her daughter Mrs Jos S Joplin Mrs William Montgomery ant little daughter Anne will leave this week for Macon Ga for a visit to her sister Mrs Rutherford Douglas Her sister Miss Dove Letcher of Richmond Ky who has been visiting her has return ed homeLeaington Leader Mrs Eugene Walker of Richmond Ky who was formerly Miss Texie Woodson of this city has gone to Pinehurst NC after a short visit to her mother here Louinville Times Mr Sim Hamilton of Estill county was in town Monday Editor J R White of the Estill County Herald called at oar office MondayMrs Pickets music class gave an afternoon recite at her home last SaturdayMr Morgan has been called to England by the serious illness of his father and left last week for his old home across the briny deep Miss Mary Miller has been in Lan caster visiting Miss Lzzie Hudson Mr R H Crooke of Richmond Ky was a guest at the home of Mr J W VanArsdall this week Mr and Mrs Robert Wooluma and Miss Mabel Let ton of Versaillesand Miss Anita Letton of Raton New Mexico are guests of Airoad Mrs Charles Geffingcr Harrodsburg Herald Mis S B Hume and children and Misses Bessie Miller and Julia Hig gins have been visiting Mrs James Winn Miller in Winchester Miss Hallie Hamilton spent Sunday with her Sister Mrs Harry Scrivner in Beattyvllle Mr Lucien Burnam was in Dan ville last week Miss Mabel Martin has been in Lex ington visiting Miss Anna Bain Misses Mayrae and Nell Keller have returned from a visit to Paris vela fives Mr Stone Walker Jr has returned to school at Garden City Long Island Hon R W Miller came up from Frankfort the last of the week Mr W L Arnold who has been ill with grippe is reported to be improv lag and will soon be out Mr and Mrs Tom Williams of I Irvine were in the city Monday en route to Florida for a stay of several weeksJudge J C Chenault was in Pitts burg Pa a few days Kist week on business Mr Harvey Chenault of Conway was here on last Mo f rDir henault sail family Mrs Anderson Chenanlt and Miss Mary E Oldham will leave for Florida the last of this week Miss Nettie Scrivner of Winchester has been spending a week with her father and sisters in this city Miss Collie Adams gave an informal da In nr frnnnr on ojffcjtlalff- f Beei Quite a number of outof town MiHIMamie rtrdrsriugtOH of Maeoa lrr Mraml Mrs J J MeSobwte sadJtis Gep Hop pr ol tnfordD TJU wood reX I X IIer IIeIeXItIle I III I Boots Shoes F HatsI Caps and Mens Furnishings m Beginning FRIDAY FEB 10th at 130 pm ili and continuing for 1 5 days we will offer our p entire stock at the following greatly reduced j prices for CAoriflMJ- Lfll iPlease do not ask or expect goods to be charged at these prices as we positive Qraa j ly will not charge any goods to any one except at our regular prices k r All ourMens f6 00 Shoes for 4 79 5 00 Shoes and Bootess I 79 4 00 3 19 3 50 2 79 3 00 2 89 I 2 50 1 99 200 1 C9 Iso 19II HAT All our Ladies 3 50 Shoes except All our Quality Quality Ladies f3 00 Shoes except QueenIAll our Ladies 2 50 Shoes 200 1 G9 150 119 Misses and Child rens Shoes at the above cones pcndingly low prices lt9J in IWeand Gists celebrated brands and we offer you anything in the house at the fol i l lowing greatly reduced prices S5 Hats 5395 S4 Hats 5319 5350 Hats 5279 S3 Hsts x39 5250 Hats 189 52 Hats 159 i Shirts and Underwear S All our customers are familiar with our line of Shirts and Underwear and know that we are the recognized leaders o into the big J sale at the following prices 51 5 0g79c 50c gar t j ments 39c SI Shirts 79c b IHosiery ahd Neckwear IInmost daily eceiving something new In this departmentyou will always find Ius up to date 50c Ties 39c 5i5c Ties19c Hosiery the same Umbrellas and s Traveling Bags Suit Cases Handkerchiefs Suspenders Collars Cuffs Shirt IButtons Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons Stick Pins Mufflers and Gloves all go in this sale at greatly reduced prices IIIn order that we may perfect our arrangements for this sale our store will be opportultityearly and you get the best selections flUlANU A NOlD a Main Street Richmon 1 Ky p i m r There is nothing like GOOD FLOUR 1 fEvery housewife every cook knows that Goodf2akes Rolls Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had k Our process for making Flour and Meal is of r the Iatest Our brands are I ElUsion Patent Natural Product i t Belle of MadisonMADE BY THE Elliston Mill Co f WACO KENTUCKY Vft1 SIX X 8 MV N L t i ij II tf 787 a lEh t ltiAutumn stocks resplendent throughout the store aiul buying en 1tbuasm much in evidence Silk dresa It f t1 goods and fabrics in varieties ample enough to satisfy the moot fastidious Our different sections keep fully abreast = of the times The reputation acquired V for Hupremac ill theaa lines is splen dkllv maintained this season Assort I ments are greater fabrics richer styles 7more foscinaiinjr tlitin tver Let ns theyS 3 vitit tie 8rok as hoon as possible Ta visit will pivo them knowWjia 1Jt- J1 ftoffashions b t mill of the vastne s of bthe select ion here made for choosing lr71t N WW J1Te elfnA Gibson ff 1 tf 7f7I7 ffi7h 7 H 7 O f cIeDiamonds c Watches Cocks Cutg ass All kinds ofTewelryfit Vandvery description lheFe are p me of the 9 thinjrstobe found nt lines Jenvlry St rn If your V watch or cliMk refuse to I go tie thcii t Iane her will fix them II vur ring nPeIH rui tk it to IjinaV hell dx that too 1 If you want tinything that II ran be fnunl in x linst class Jewelry wialilislnnfiflt go c to taneV H is well fixed ill tbes kind of articles L ELaneJe- werer V c and Optician V e J e OLD JOE WOlSKYi tIlled madf Sour Mash Ev i y Imp cuaran teed to la pure It il otnld stjIe manu fact tire No BETTER an bo found l for medicinal put III w You want tle best Kurnisbed Strictly to Tiniiilv Trade jl1vNr ul1 in jugs 400 per gallon Joh bottles S5 1 II iucs260 5 bottles 3 Vew Whisky S180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WIIKY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery McBra er novlyr AndeiPon county Ky SOLD BY M F Enright First Street Wire Fence T 1111 agent for be celebrated AMI Wilts FENCE Those wisliim tr jMinrttao the best wire fence will call on rr address J J D XONG all Otlyr IHchmond Ky IN ORDER to pH the Rrent prize will rive on prices on the IIi t JfjH FENCE I i Sixty Days aa follows Jour toot fence eleven wires Jleavy stay loop top No7 wire at4ilcenfsperrodifiy4oot wires heavy stay at 55 cents per rod Wiese prices have never been rnadejn this county before k JTCOYj EAST TENNESSEE TI Zinroiinccnicnts FOR MAVOE CARENCEEmonil uijwct to the action of the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY We ire authorized to announce R E subJectWe ore authorized to announce THO3 II RubJlCtFOR CHIEF OP POLICE We are athorlzed to announce JAMES II A MMAN a camlliltte for Chief of Police of the city Af Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aulhorlzM to announce CLADD nKVOUE a candidate for the orne ot Chief of Police of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce V W IIAH DlVa candidate for toe offlee of Ihlef of Police of Richmond ubJect to the action of the Democil Iarty We lire authorized to annStince W M CREBKMOH a candidate for Chie of Tollce of Itichmond subrct to the action of the Democratic COUNCILMAN We are authorized to announce KOB RT GOLDEN a candidate for Councilman from lti Inimnlty prerlnct subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to nnnownre LEK O sit E t Ittfrt a unJldate for Juller of Madtor com ty subject to the action of the Republican Y Q U INTERB TBD IN TB Coadition of Y- ourTeethn I you want theta to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25c TeKh Killed hOc With Gold SI SolidGoldTeth4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth Mid they art the best no matter what you pay fo r having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentuck J i IpFOF SPRING SOWING I forthisandIprominent Our Catalogue for 1905 Mailed Free Contains full Information regarding these as well as all Seeds for the rra and Garden We SeeIPotat5csj BLUE RIBBON SEEDS ARE BEST Iwd014 Xrial at St bit 101 WOOD STUBBS CO SEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY I LEPHDNE COMPANY CnIf02roLTnD otfIlI5Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Wa pan put you In quick theIW BOlIcItyourpatronage Rates reason unsurfwI i aT k r- r The Time Will Come When the Advice of This Man Will Help You Very few Richmond people are entirely free from backache It does not take much to derange the kidneys A little cold a strain stooping position or hard work overtaxes those delicate orcans and many aches and paius promptly follow A Cleveland man tells yon here how every iidney III am be relieved and cured Bead about it Abe Gum Jr of Cleveland Ky Madison county writes I waa laid np in bed with my back and kidneys fir a number of days I could not natiil up straight and walkrd about all bent over Ijjot a box of Doans Kid ney Pills and at the lnll of two dayi- was able to go about They got inn out of bed at ones and I tako delight in praising them They did me more good than anything else Iliad ever triedPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people alllit B L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report Fur sale hall dealers Prire Foster Milburn To Buffalo N Y sole agents fur the United States Remember the nameDoansandt- ake no other feb Tbr Missouri Facile Railwj St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Ry Co Homeseekers Excursions To the West and Southwest ticket on sale first anil third Tuesdays in January February March ApriMay and Juno 1005 Final return limit of 21 days stopovers To California through Scenic Colorado- via Missouri PacifIc and T R G K Daily through Pullman standnr slepine IU rs St Iiuis to San Fran cscl1 l IIitourist II11Ppi1l1 cir Rlr vice every Tnetdnv ttudThuiBday from St Louis California via Iron Mountain Route The True Southern Route Daily through Pullman standard Rleepinc car St Iouis to Los Anpele falf viI the True Southern Route Quick time and elegant service New Tourist Sleeping Oar Excursions fix evenTueslavau1equipment strictly up to date Special Winter Tourist Excur sions to Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Colo via Missouri Padfio the Colorad Short Line Tickets on Rale daily to April 30 1905 with final return limit of June 1st Double daily service Through Pull man standard sleeping pars Observation cafe dining cars and free reclin ing chair ears Low Colonists Rates to the West and Northwest from St Louis Rates to San Eraneisco Los Ancele and intermediate points 30 to Port land and Seattle 30 to Spokane 2750 Tirkets on sale daily from March 11005 and up to and including STay 15 also dailv from Septepiber 15 up to and Including October 31 1905 Also special oneway colonist tickets on sale January 17 and 21 and February 211903 to all points in Arkansas Okla homo aidvlndlan Territories certain ooints in Colorado Missouri Louisiana and Texas at onehalf fare plus 2 from St Louis Now is theTime to Visit Hot Springs Ark The Great National Sanitarium Quick time and elegant service via the Iron Mountain Route fijm St Louis Hot Springs special leaves St fyonis daily at 8 p m arriving at the ThrlIreIFor berth reservations descriptive literature and olher Information ad hess A A Gallagher D P A411 Walnut St Cincinnati Oh- ioAnnouncements r Illinois Central R R iiiaintaingDubiDaily tnffettibriirytars from Chicago St Louis Cincin nati and Louisville south to New 0 leans The best road for reaching thr Southincluding New Orleans Vicksburg Havana Cuba Colan Panama Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans March 7 resOrthavillgHotel Steamships leave New Origan every Saturday afternoon for Havarft every We Inesday morning for Colon Panama Regular ocean steamship sail MexicoCentral descriptiveHot Springs Ark changeChicagotions at Memphis from Cincinnati ami LouisvilleMexico California Spocitl Tours of MexlHIlII Califor lila via the Illinois VI THJ ami JJpw Orleans under the nit ifH f Uattiinnil JirltlvIilliHlifornln i Kridny Murli a IIM iilifoirnii i 1K it In include a ttiq ivpr t Vw Oreuis for tHe Mfin O s Kntiie tip male in ppKiitil mi PnllmlIIPIiit indftp in frv detail Iiii entrI AVetkly Exnireioni throulhtrNiil Wf Vjew Orlewis Hnd till nlnrif KUIP Vyery Friday from hicago every Tneedny from Oincin mlti Via Omaha and the Sfliiio Uoute every Wednosday fnmi Chicago Full particulai concerning all of the above fiif lie liad of agents of the II Ii tin Central or jiy jid lrp winir FW HARLOWO P A LoniMi he KILLTHECaUCK AND CURE THE LUNG- SjwimrKjjj lewDiscoyery IJF09 OCD SOC Prlcr 100 1 Free Trial aUTEBOATis1torzoxBAcK ForbyiLctstookn i tYtf BEFORE THE OLP MAIN mfr Anecdte Is Told ot a Itenrcl for Irohlbltlon la the line Tree State N ft Woodbury tIle Maine rppre sentatlre ot the jrohibiUim national commute wax tnlulng about the political fights for total abstinence that have from time to time stirred W his state In Jho past Bald Mr Woodl ry before Maine had beet wqaoter to prohibition tbore used W Jiea village a bleak gray VlllaBe on the caist where the contests over the liquor question wero always hot In this village as election day drew nears each party would try to do outdo the other If one side paraded 100 strong the other side paraded 200 strong If one side held a mass meeting and em ployee a band the other side would bold a mass meeting with a band and a lunch as well There was one liquor saloon In the village and a week before a certain election a placard as big as thii entire front of the house was raised before it This enormous plac ard said in huge red letters If tho prohibition law passes this house will be closed The saloon you see was cozy and Inviting to such as liked a glass of beer and the purpose of tho placard Was to put sorrow and fear into the breasts of drinking men to stir them up to win votes lest their pleasant meeting place be taken from them That was thp Idea of the plac ard and It was a good Ides But In the dead of the night certain odd noises were heard and th3next morning the enormous placard covered the front of the village poorhouse MODERN GREEKS BELIEFS Peasant Classes Still Hold to Old Time SuperstitionsA Few In stances There They Occur Some of the superstlUons of the old mythological religion still prevail among the peasant classes In GreeceI said Dr George Horton in the Washington Post Nor are the educated classes without such beliefs such as that harm ensues from looking at the moon over the right shoulder tbe belief In the three fates the evil eye the vampires and the nerelds Is general Dressed in black aid appearing as old women the fates are supposed to comedown from Olympus three days after the birth of a child and to hold a meeting to determine Its fate Consequently a table containing many dainties is set out for their Invisible enjoyment Es pedal care Is taken lest the old ladies be enraged at not having enough good things to eat No woman desires to be left alone after her child Is born believ ing that the ugly old women may be come ejalous and wreak some awful vengeance Smut Is therefore smerged on the faces of the youngsters so that this jealousy may not become excited The young Athenian women frequently go to the ancient tombs near Athens and calling upon tile fates beg them to reveal the identity of their future hue bands singing From the top of Olym pus where are the fates where Is my own fate- ENGLISH CLING TO LUGGAGE Britishers Show Antipathy to Being Separated from Baggage While on a Tour Perhaps the strangest fact about the English on their travels Is their antipathy to being separated from their luggage The system of registration of the continent and the checks of the United States are Icown to them but paler familias believes in seeing for himself tbat the various items are labeled and put Into the van and if a change of trains is Involved his anxiety In spite of all assurances knows no bounds Nor have the railway companies enjoyed much support in their efforts to Introduce systems of collecting and delivering baggage Possibly the motor car may do something to break down this prejudice and people will learn that their treasured personal belongings can be sent from place to place without their own supervision and then less cum brous and antiquated methods of dealing with them will be adopted For It can hardly be claimed that the fourwheel er or railway omnibus to the London terminus the handporterage the labeling and all their attendant worries are in keeping with the facilities enjoyed by travelers in other matters Spinning Wheel in Ireland The spinning wheel an the flax wheel are still found in the Irish cot tages where many a girl has her wed ding dowry of linen and homespun made at home Although It is more the task of the older women there are still girls who do their spinning stint and lay by a certain amount for their wedding outfit A pleasant sight itis to see the elderly women outside their cottage doors spinning the flax or the wool As long as the weather is warm the sturdy Irishwoman old or yciuhg scorns a root except to sleep under The free air and sunshine are her choice and tho sweet sky Is the fairest roof Yales Fine Indian Relics The Peabody museum of Yale unI- versity has recently received a collec tion of Indian relics from Christopher Wren of Plymcuth Pa The collec Hon includes Indian pesetes scrapers and other utensils Prof Schubert the new head of the museum is planning an extensive relabeling and reclassification of the objects In the museum by which for one thing the vertebrae fossils will be grouped together and AS fat as possible arranged topograph ically Kingdom of Poland The last survivor of the Kingdom of Poland Dominik Llzniewlcki has died at Warsaw aged 110 He was born in 1794 before the partition of Poland J L i lucdords LluclrairTrt conies nccrtr rtzt tc nro vtrm and kcvpmg t6 Uxly ii lJlli t lsai any nahcine made It is always read in Il1Y ID to treat ailments thct no freqntut in lIdipltiunilioutl1Cs stomacb lt8T- bcrlCards BlackDraught is the standard remedy for stomach boWel lver m domescticthe doctor Ills aa good for children us it is for rovu persons A dose of this medicine every day will WOn dysIreliefIvautSWrehe1Ioars1ne U ILDIL Atk your dealer for a packages of heIOVSnooca3IcdlciI1i CiaUanooTenaand a packagd twill to mailed toTOB MOTHERS DO YOU KNOW the many socalled birth tDwHriJies and hoSt reDlC for women In tfielreatrsien of her delicate organs contain lucite 0 strychnineDosircgitshritiotpeniiitted to etllltrwt without labeling theci JIJMIJS Do You that you Aftould aot take internally nay medtcne tor the pain accCittianvlnn pregnancy Do You Know that Mothers Priced Is onlyDo is Friend is a celebrated prescription und ihat il has eocln use over forty ears and that tacb bottle of the Kenuioe bear the name ot The rtnitlGeM Regulator Co I Do know that when you use tblsr- CU1ec1y iiiring the period of gestation that you will be free of and beat health bearty and clever children i knowiogrbeyDont be persuaded to trv a substitute Our little book Alotherhood free BRAIIFIED RECULATOB co Atuau Os OLD PIANOFORTE IN USE One at Hens Falls N Y Is Probably Mast Ancient Instrument In This Country Mrs Walter Bodley of Glen Falls N Y purchased n piano which reminds One of ancient times It is without doubt 150 years old and was made jrobably In England by JI Munson It tins a live and onehalf octave keyboard and resembles to a great extent the old melodeon The instrument is about half the size of a modern square plane Is made of ma hogany Inlaid whh rosewood and Is brass trimmed On etch side of the Ueyboaid inlaid In bronze are two rows ojnotes On each side of the piano ill a drawer jesumably to hold music There is but one pedal and this is shaped like the human foot Owing to its age the intsurment is very much out of tune The ivory on the kejs is in good condition there being only one key cracked The in strument is very valuable Its a relic Mrs Bodley is much enthused bver the instrument and says she will know its complete history in time Mrs Bodley said that the instrument was made long before a piano was seen In this country The first piano imported to this country was that received by John Jacob Astor of New York in 17S4 1JO years ago The instrument came from London Mrs Bodley has many Interesting oldtime articles among which is a Paul Revere lan tern such as he used on his midnight ride it I77G She also has dishes owned by Queen Anne of England and other valuable articles of ye olden time TOLD IN ENGLISH SCHOOLS Stories of Answers Given by Pupils Nut Lacking in Originality Some Replies Front an English paper Is gathered a bunch of rchoolroom stories some of which are so good as to have their genuineness doubted as for example the dednltlon of a lie An abomina tion lit the sight of the Lord but a very present help In time of trouble To be received with equal skepticism Is perhaps the boys answer to the question why David preferred to be a doorkeeper in the house of the Lord Because If he was a doorkeeper he could walk outside while the sermon was being preached More natural however is what a child said of Elijah As Elijah went up to heaven he dropped his mantle and Queen Elizabeth walked over Itlt need bardl be explained that it was an Irish who gave the text He that humbieth himself aba be exalted and he thiit exalteth himself shall be a bastetIt was a small boy of eight who asked why Moses took off his shoes in the presence of the burning bush gave the novel explanation Pleaie sir to warm ees feet WHJERE LICORICE IS WILD Along the Tigris the Boot Grows Without Cultivation from Any Human Source A bundle of licorice root slim rough sUck of tobaccobrown woodlay on the counter and the sailor took one up and began to chew its end says the Baltimore Herald I have seen the place wher this stuff grows wild he said Do jou know where that is Cant say do replied the druggist It is along the banks said the sailor if the Tigris and the Euphnu The jlcorfoe is a wild plant in 1111 tarts It stands three feet Mrh and its roots reach the water For miles nun milE the lorIcep3trssgread and the smell of then filN le air It Isa veet heavy smelt Iw them parts they cut the llco rlco tJinta regularly and they use the forflrelhy 4bundle up Just like this bundle re4anri shInto England arid America Kom j of the sticks go to druggists to he sold ichnap or given away but most of them nearly all of them go to the snuff end jbbacco manufacturers What for Why to be used In adnltrrl mean in flavojingr tobacco and snuff SOUGHT REFUGE IN A TREE iTontreatlng SchoolTeacher Brought to Terms In Novel Manner by the Pupils Tbjt boy and girl pupllsof Clarence Asbt f the teacher of a public school In Iijdlana began to wonder whether or nt he was going to treat them to candjand nuts but none of the chil Theydechdferre any probable gifts until the new year fJew Years evening they real ized that they were going to got no warwashelof tl e boys was delegated to ask the teaeijfer if he was going to treat He Y answered no Another council of wir was held and the bqy decided gIvethel RdHeabIgwItIthee pekand legs Alt r con tlllgllls iiS h gave the lads 53 to divide o them Ig Tsduwtry Bnreau Busy Bi the bureau of plant Industry wag 0rft three years agb Jt hw WM sesy5Oi4ceiitand 111IDcatijk to Uw tarmtM oraknrd u4 tM III wIr 1 rWRIt iOf PBOHIilTIOH It Was Granted To the Attorneys of HarIs By the Appellate Court j Frankfort Ky Feb 1The Kea ucky court of appeals granted a tern iorary writ of prohibition against Judge Watts Parker of the Fayetto ilty court restraining him from proceeding under the Indictment recently found In that court against James Hargla and others charging complic- Ity In the murder of Town Marshal Cockrlll of Jackson and from at tempting to take the persons charged Into custody pending final action by the court of Inst resort here The court then set the case down for oral argumentbeforefton Friday February 10 neXt when It will pass finak ly on the motion of the persons charg nd for a permanent writ of prohlbl Hon In the meantime the defend tints are at liberty to visit Lexington or qo elsewhere without fear of ar rest Attorneys for the Harglses say that when the appellate court passes upon the motion for a writ their clients will appear In whichever court has Juris diction bf the charge against them No application will be made for troops to bring the Hargises to Lexington until after the court here has acted finally In the matter of jurisdiction Jackson Ky Feb IJudge James Hargis expressed himself as being very much pleated with the granting by the court of appeals of a writ of prohibition restraining further pro ceedlngs in the James Cockrill case by the Fayette county authorities CONTEMPT OF COURT Judge Benton Issued Orders of Arrest For the Harglses and Others VInchsterr Ky Feb 1JudgEI Benton has Issued orders of arrest for James Hargis Alex Hargls Ed Callar ban and B F French requiring them to execute bonds for their appearance here on the first day of the April term of court charging g them with con tempt of court In bribing Intimidat- Ing and threatening witnesses in the HargisMarcum trial and sending them beyond the jurisdiction of the court These witnesses were Mose Feltner Buck Cottongane Sam Fields and oth ers Seven charges are mad In all B F French was arrested here oa two charges and gave pond in 3000 The others will be arrested at Jackson Orders for the arrest of lose Feltner and Sam Fields have also been ordered it is said Feltner has already been arrested in Leslie coun ty on this chargeo UNSEEMLY HASTE Stopped the Funeral To Present a Back Tax Bill Lexington KyFeb 1Whlle the body of Thomas Lyons an immensely wealthy Lexington man lay In the casket preparatory to the funeral servo ice the griefstricken relatives and heirs were served with papers In a suit filed by the state auditors agent and local sheriff for back taxes on 225000 worth of personality claimed- to have been unanswered for throe years The unseemly haste was due to rival collectors Succumbed To Pneumonia Newport Ky Jan 31Mrs Eliza beth Shaw widow of the late Samuel Shaw Fort Thomas died at the real dence of her daughter Mrs Charles Adams Louisville Death was due to pieumonla following a brief cold The ody will be brought here for 1n prlllt DR LANWIAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Feb 8 1905 DW TRIBBLE AUCTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT Your Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed RICHMOND KY DENTAL SUBOERT tsr 1atttt 1tOnOt DENTIST OF LoQtSVIIXB Er 3Ofllee next door to Government Building IchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to noTl7ly vWM Blanton DENTIST aaOfflce lit Bennett lJuU- dlngtlan1yTELEPHOlH 1M h For Sale Numlr pnnjlllklorall od as nen fi t 110 Will sell clients for ca h all nt this dtlicc tlmirif Strayed A black nton weight about lbs Lllwral reward fnr return of name to K Dimtheraire Richmond Ky =We have never shown u larger crock of Carriages Surries Buggies and rltna bouts than we now have on display in our show room It wU payyou to er Ruiitif them before buying We al o do rirpalrlnir ansi rejoining itl best uaii tiers Ht moderate prices The heat rub her tire applved and giuuanteed for one year 1nllllDd see ns Richmond Carriage Works T Midkiff Pdoj BO SW Historic and Picturesque Route to NEW YOK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all Firstclass Tickets 13 JnslandCoaches with high back seats Pullman drawing room sleepers ObsoryaUoa sleeptnie 6rs Company owl lto ilig ear servfcti Me ls served a la cart t See L Ii The beautiful AlJ eBy 1MoI18tlln8oHlstDrJcaJ3ar pers Ferry thePqtqmae- river Mid the lJpIti 1r For rates tinMiel tri FIItieketiglt O PiMeCLiTtGPI 01 ct Itt C rw DcBclIfs Kidney Pflfe Free A full slat box ot DeB 11s Kidney PiDswIIl be sent to any BUflereronre quest They are the only positive cure in the world for kidney trouble we want you to try them Send los a box today absolutely freesC W BefflB jona Co 3C3a Jabs Park Place Chicagt III 1m raftingwax made jiow will eave time TmaJting itlna more hurryiBgrj season A Costly Mistake Blunders lirE seine tunes very exp iVe Occasionally life Itself is the price of a mistake hut youll never be wrong if von take Jr Kines New Life Pills for dyspepsia dizziness headache liver or hownl troubles They are Zen tie yet thorough 25c at R 0 Stock tons drug store lm i For Sale Property advertisedunder this head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or address The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky Nol No3 No5NOr No7 No8 No9No No 11 No 14 No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 23 No 2 N026 NI27 No 2 No 30 No 31 t No 32- r No 33 I No34 nil neces Price 2Ii No 35 r 1905 It twortory frame residence contain Ingaroommand two halim In RIch mood Ky Lot b1M feet finalj barn Price 11000 KOil less than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court bones A more tIinble Incatlon for an Ideal homo could not be found These residences will be sold at a bargain 2120 will buy a good town lot feetA town lot on good atreet 40x MO feet Price SIO flood grazing and grain prodnclnir farm containing 209 acres nod residence burn mud other outbuild ings Price U floo1 rm containing about 130 acres Mrn and other Im nrovementaIa line locality Price S2JOO Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other Improve ments Can be boneht In connection with No 8 Price 51500 Pour cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 eacb flood cottare In firstclass condition clsterd etc Price S500 flood lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room collar and seven acres oflAnd flvearesln grass and two In warden good orchard und crape arbor nil necessary out buildings This property Is Mtuated In n thriving vlllffge where churches ini schools arc conrenlent Price One of the nicest residences In Richmond rontnlnlnsr eght rooms and reline Tubes portion of city Lot 90i2V feet Price 12500 residence In rood neighborhood Lo IZOilSO feet All necessary outbuilding Prirf 2800 nice residence for inv one de tr Ingnn Ideal home One ft the best constructed huildiusra In Richmond well improTtl Price Two iotsltfltlSO fretIn good neIgh horhond Price 700 Ice resident on a 4acre Int con talnlnr seven rooms and two porrhes Itnxted In bet reMenoe portion of city Stable coal house and all other necessary out build A great bargain for anyone desiring a firehome ellthtJall in grass and Is At good farm and Is well watered There Is on this laud a small residence asiother necessary outbuildings Locality ht In mnntr Flour and grist mill Anderson county Sibarrel capacity Build ing Is 3 stories covered with iron built Kyarsaen Steam ansi water the latter three months of the RollerMillbolt acres with the mill Inclnd tne wh t In with the home of 5 rooms All for KH50 or 5500 forth mill and thp seres Onehay cash Has fine trade No mill in 10 miles JlfercfOrIpower new uptodate In every particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price 9000 InJthrough place leaving 5 acres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges neachepeara plums grapes bearing and 8 acres on oth er sIde with 6roora 1story house oranges peaches pears plums grapes etc all for 19m or the acres for 1800 or the 6 acres for 1100 A handsome twostory frame dwel Ins containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and cold water basement under entire house good yard and all necessary ontbnlldlnTS Urn location In Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercer oonntv farm In IsO yards of pike 5 room 7storv house tenant honsts large barn abundant rater 7000 300 acres in 3 miles of Httrrodsbnrr on pike good land 10 roSin brick psldence excellent barn etc Will row hemp etc ni Tracre countyflnejiempresIdence excellent barn fine running rater Price 85 an acre As good Uny 100 land Nice twostory residence on one of the principal residence streets of Nice Yard garden and sary outbuildings Great bargain One tract of mineral land In rxtcounty on the waters o KentnrV river 4 miles blow esttyrll1e within 90 feet nf Raid tract contain 400 acres f and nines cries will sell out right Tease- sshsnpe for Imn oved farm onvwlerr In lh State nf Rentukrl land rontaln the very bent niallfr mal Same vein us the Wenttwllletoil Hss splendid 10 location for r ke ovns fnundrhs etc Wilt sell at a h rg ln If die particulars The Popular 1905 Big 4HOperates 2558 milof Railway Lint in the Central States which have bv mnnafbeennerfection ansi tholr equipment in eludes everything of the best and latesf deafens Through Sleeping Car Lines mull the conimodious Cent nil Union Station ilthe heart of Cincinnati to St Louis Chicago Peoria Toledo Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York Trains leave Pinrlnnati H1ornin Noon and Night for the nbovfa and nuny other Clues making direct 1011 n rtions with all railway and ateamer lines through the best terminals For detailed Information call at TIcket Office Ingalls Bnildlnp Fourth Vine Cincinnati or address Warrea J LyBth Gen Pass Ticket Agt I L Reeres Gee Southern Agt Cincinnati Ohio W F sin Trav Pass Agent- Cliattanooca Tenn +CLIL ATiJONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WEEK IN TOWN Coolesttjand most 1ndiinby upto iate and accommoi dation jtiwriM Scrsteff Water K ft M Iff 1iTT700iqii1J Phne3 Second St for fiabWc St mfi wU More Heat = less Coal I works on scientific principles the coal is fel fron unierneatfi the gases pass thro the flame instead of arising from itf aai are consumed and transformed into heat Nt an iota of heat value is lost coal bills are reduced onehalf to twothirds and the ir is neither vitiated nor burdened with the dis agreeable o i 53 and dryness of the old fashioned hotair fur naces We would like to send you Our free book about it or Only Mexico Texas Squeeze Outi AIl the heatvaTueof your coalt the5hotyour house Gases and smoke are if the proper means is takeu to insure ComI bustion Peck Williamson Undeifeed Furna c e have you call at our store where these Furnaces are on exhi JIr JIr II bliibevjIu HL C Sole for PeckWilliamson Heating Ventilating Co 337 West 5thst Cincinnati 0 Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESvia ofc Illinois Central Railroad g NEW ORLEANS and return account Mardi Gras March 1 to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and colonistsMarch excursionslessIndian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home seekers round trip February 7 and 2J March 7 and 21 One way colonists February 21 and March 21 line nvumng through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Arizona and t combustible The Agents Special Low Roundtrip Rates in effct on first and third Tuesday in each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas 5 For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address 5 F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Stoves StovesHeat wit- h1oores a Heater We are headquarters for Heating Stoves We han dle Moores Air Tight lies ter the only Double Hea ter made Weare offering such well known Staves as the Colas Hot Blast Cy clone Hot last Radiant Home Hot Blast and small Stoves of every kird at very low prices for the youtobuy a Stove We wi b to call your attention to our lino of Enamel Ware We have this Ware In cral colors but we FerI pecially want to call attention to ourlineot portedWhite China SteelI V HoIiday5scllipg I B IWellonl 1j