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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f f r 0cJI iIIIIuJI i It l OND1 CLIMAx 4 J i 5t hill OLUME 31E k RICHMOND MADISON COUY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1905 u jPHONE 80 I EC WINES DtUG STORE u COR MAIN FIRST ti Jnr td l WL 1 liI 7Z 7I m mFmmmJm 7F I THE HIISTLINfl CASH ill I C2lean Out the OldI yCoour Clean VP 2 Up sale of winter goods Our customers willremember that during last February we sold goods at prices lower than good quality goods were ever sold in I Richmond We come to you again withmore and greater bargains than before Lrch It will be to your advantage to nspect our offerings ListsItis no fake but an actual re on honest merchandise to ionsdose out all winter weight goods J NEED money and need mespace for Spring stock We are offering 25 per i cent rednction on all weightDresseffectaday art in 15 2550750 and 1 Waistings Nut at 74 10 19 38 50 and FOe AH 7J 8J 10 and 12c Flanneletts and Outing go at 41 to 7corna take us are to r v 1iP i OWu z e= re mg I z v fV f I ij 71 7lh 7 I Sheriffs Sale or Thxcs l oFIown Lots p In F Wagers Sheriff of sen Cotinty will offer at Sale in front of the t Hmsfi door in Rich 1ICvon SlJnday March 605i- njj Court = eon tiiH hours of 101 m followingcsspl the same for 11M WHITE= LIST doc u frill 11 Ilt is t 7 UI w nimih l lot 785 fri nnnip 11 Ipt 20 a UnoMr Mary 1 lot ii G6 aIVJ01 r ints IVMtf tot i 101Fil- y t1 0IiiW11t j 510- m H Wm L ITS lot sa 420 t in fr Mrs NHiime rt ijV lot lI fo- Oier TMW Hot 4I 500 cv vII r j W twre 32J 100 H lit 11 SO e s Mrs Alrvl lot t i 60 Is Mrs Belle 2 lots X aan 30 Irs Rnta I lot 31 15 it r Mrs Kora 1 lot 780 enna Mrs llot U3fj in Mrs 2toted 3 7 ne1Bnr4Iots 1130 gg Mrs Lahfll nr 1 lot 113- ur 0 t wei Win G 125 anres2 lots 27 40 K hard M F crd for MaryEich ardshrslO0acres 2L5 0 I Thos 1 lot 112fI- j 1J Henry 1 1 hit 4 950 If were Tlios U 1 lofrv I 590- IlaceHU1U lot 10ro- IIe JSvaqsKl lot 200- W lns D ro 1pf Vitt Mrs Mattle JT lot 1250- Vortham J P nr 820 pcuneWm21 8CEA 5 30 FJXTOXVX NO 2 I A oorn Curtis 78 acriis 9 20 iFnrnfg SIrs AnlHe 9 00 Bevfltm Irlt aj iHS Jlcres 240- B an JasJr4 dtres 47 HilInNoa 4airp8 6 3 Brink Mrs WntS 7 iacreafJ- 485 Doun Joseph jincrw p 41 0 4 C Best brands Calico 4c 1 ydwide Brown Cotton heavy weight 5e Bleach Cotton 4J to 8Jc per yd weightHosiery kets Comforts etc all go at out prices Clean out prices on Boots Shoes and Rubber Goods Ladies and Children Heavy Grain and Calf Shoes former price 1 to 150 go at from SOc to Ladies heavysole Kid Shoes worth 150 to 3 50 will be offered at from 1 to 295 Mens heavy Boots worth 8 4 now 3 Mens heavy Highout Shoes former price 260 3 350 now go at 2 250 and 3 Clothing and Overcoat Bargains Mens5 Suits for 350 398 750 500 10 and 1250 750 Boys Suits 98c to398 Mens 5 Overcoats 375 750 and 850 Overcoats 550 10 and 1250 Overcoats 7 50 Tailormade Skirts 175 to 450 Black Petticoats 45c to 179 Be at if as not esL V 71 John Mary tniFon 2535 llot ficres Iagt Million SO acres C 63 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 Guess Jno S 37 acres 5 70 Vanlz Wm 027 acres U 00 Roberts Nancy hrs 1 acre 2 30 Roberts Patsey lira 1 acre 3 20 Rohinson Mrs Spicy 50 acres 9 00 Reeves John H nr 60 acres 20 65 Turner Mrs Harriett nr 37 acres 6 10 Walden Chas 1 lot 8 20 WMdle Silas 1 acre 3 95 Mrs Minorva 1 acre 2 60 Mrs Ann nr 31 acres 6 00 Youiitf Henry 20 acres 6 85 UNION NO 3 Bennett Mrs Josie 6 acres 3 20 Harris Robt L 65 acres 9 00 James Mrs Annie 1 acre 2 40 Tones Mrs Win O 14 17 20 Noland W T 40 acres 9 00 Noland Joe P 50 acres 1000 Oliver Roht Jr3 acres 4 55 Oliver R S i lot 705 cudder Mrs Eliza 17 acres 915 pjtnn Arch nr 32 acres 490- hifllet Elliott 7 acres I 45 Turner E4na7 acres 2 80 Waller Chas 13 acres 5 00 EIXI6TON NO 4 Rrewrr II C 2 acres 4 7 ro lC1I1nPfO 12 acres 47 Oeorpp 10 acres Jane 75 acres 4 45 lIl Lakes 50 acjrljs 4 J Repd40acres 960- nvle Mrs Wm 2 acres Hardin 151 acres i 770 Dozier fNirtts 20 acres 5 90 Fain Nnthjn nr 35 acres 665 Garrett Mary BOO acres 9 Dfl Gentry Airs Mary 40 acres 120 Onntry David 3 acres 475 Goocli Win admr WmHuley lOOacres t T 17 Grin ltf aiJSmith l1otu i 8 201 Dora 1 lot I 3 75 0 G 60 acres 75 Hill Sam E 5 acres Wilgus SO acres cA 35 Hunter Oils minor 40 acresv Ti2 60 Jackson las L 97 acres 705 Johnson Alex 8 acres Vv 415 Jones Fientori 190 acres 950 Jones acres 2 Kins Mrs Nancy 25 acres 3 20 Kid well Mrs Marv J 40 acres 5 O Lain Mrs Matilda 17 acres 6150 PolevSOrcres 375 Lamb Jobn 35 acres 475 John 50 acres 415 Lincoln 18acres 6 90 Lamb Ida 10 acres CO LakeS Mrs Bettie K7 acres s 2 60 Lakes Cm t 60 acres 4 76 Lakes ganford n 60 acres 5 160 824 MaupintMn Cass lirs8 acres t16 5 M UP Phoebe 130 acres J C 65 Pnwell Qacres GOO 1 acre 5 50 acres 0 4 SO Mrs 75 acres 5 50 rlvner Iryj+ie 155 scree i 2l05 Witcx Th J2S rVl f 829 d U I Bring in the NeW February The month our spring goods begin to arrive As a great many have come in we to give those who de sire to buy early an opportunity to secure some bargains in choice new things by buying now We cordially invite the to calland see the e goods A look costs you nothing and we are al ways glad to you We are already showing a beautiful line of Spring Dress Goods CrepesVoiles ydThethings to be had in plain and Suitings CrepeSoisette ydAchoice patterns in Ginghams from 9 to sure of see 1L sr 71 71 71 F 75 7tJ Wbolutns Whitmer rtentPr arppiitnr 240- oyie Grlnstfad Hensley LaimMrs 2 Hsde6n BjildpH Lonioa ladies show Oeater Lucinda 76 acres C 65 YATES No5 Asbill John A 2 aires 6 75 Bates James 42 acres 6 30 Barrett Barbery 15 acres 3 40 Benpe Warren 7 acres 3 95 Benge Pitman 122 acres 15 50 Brewer John 2 acres 3 95 Burnell Lyman 10 acres 630 Carter George nr 11 acres 3 20 Cornelison liobt U 7 acres 4 75 Coyle Thos J 58 acres 7 05 Cooper Tipton 37 acres 705 Gay Jas 59 acres 730 Gibson Win 1 acre 4 55 Gibson Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 3 20 Gilmore Jane 80 acres 2 lots lb 30 Golden Mrs Polly 75 acres 7 80 Harris Thomas acre 3 75 hays Phillip 50 acres 5 90 Beverly S 8 acres 5 Johnson Sab vler 1C acres 590 Lamb John 60 acres 7 90 Sid Q3 acres 7 05 Lou sdon Dolphus nr 3 acres 2 CO Lowman Nancy 25 acres i 3 20 Maupm Mrs Anne T 7 acres 365 Manpin Buster 4 acref 4 15 Moody John 2 acres 390 Mnrrell Wm 10 acres 4 10 VlgK Brack 53 acres S 00 PiCTT Wm II 20 acres 5 35 Ponder John 7 acres 790 Powell Wmll2acre3 I 12 90 pVp1 Wm M 50 acres 4 75 Uoberta V T 40 acres Vm M 43 acres T 10 75 Scott Max 29 acres 475 Thacker Ged2 acres V 5 20 Turpin Robt40 acres i 4 75 OtiADE JfO C Allen Mrs Hanniih 1 lot 4 35 Ames Geo nr 1 lot 19 50 Chas 1 acre 590 Anderson Edward 1 Jot J5 CO Baker John 50 acres y Hm Ballard Mrs Nannie5fi acres r 1575 Beasley Sallie 1 acre 2 00 Benge Dave 1 lot 535 Blazer Ann Mlor 540 Bo sa John 1 lot v 11 3ft Burton Harry 50 acres y 7 05 Burton Jack nr 3 acres 6 Ci Burnes Mrs Sallie 1 lofv 550 Combs Martha lot 3 4i Collins N B shacrea vj 4 TZ Crouch er Jno W 3icres i v 385 Cornelius Peter Johnson 1 lot 000 Cornelns Mason Ilot 11 BCj Davis Joe nr28 acres 4 Daniels Thos 68 acresu V 7 65 Damrell Toe IS acres 4 45 EnKlcman C nrl lot 275 FlaneryAVm IiL 785 Fish E T hrs 17 acres 4 00 Harlow Wm 1 acreSU f A 15 Hardin L S nr 1 Iot 3 20 Harrison TJ 25 acnisv 590 Hays EF1 lot v j 705 DanIel nr i lot 6 65 Hawkins John A 4Mres C 60 Jon Nancy Ti Ei35 acres 2 75 Kindred Harvey nj2 acres 550 Kindred Keubla ljcre 005 KndreJ MM tfJS c 1 r 7 7 if J2 J2c We are showing a nice selection of for the early buyer from 9 to 15c h 1rttT flour display of and Laces the very newest designs 7possible to and at prices reach fall 7 Carpets Matting Rugs 4 Takt a peep at our Carpet and Lace Curtain Brussels all wool ingrain gran JO to 25c per yard for best quality Lace Curtains 3948 75 98 and 450 per yd 1Window Shades 10 to 45c Trunks Suit Cases Bags etc a complete assortment at far below all A ft and advantage this opportunity for good values low prices Come and lers I things not advertised we will you buy Very truly Ii LACKEY AND HAMILTON First Street Richmond Ky 7F 711 7I 1 rn 1904 Day njjjiinst teeyear Cri3 Slits1f WGGW clean Corduroy Sateen MariA 4tlS- nrppiiter 35- ornelison i8820- Hunter4 Elibunr20 Lamb Lamb 70- feaJamesM 5rorwooiYt4rtla2ti propose fancy and Johnsoiu Laynhart JB85- Rticlcer Andersen aptTeterKoferd 2Iioladay KaSajllwfij Lawns Embroideries obtain within Department 11RugsMattings Telescopes prices competitors ask 22 HoHsclaw LewisPBl lot S 20 UusSam 1 lot 2 bo- Lunsford Jas W 1 acre 5 90 LuskDrJnoLllot 9 G- OMaupin Frank 1 lot 650 Maiden Mary 13 acies 2 40 Mahatfoy Mrs Ellen Hot 11 30 Mitchell John H nr 10 acres 4 35 Moore Lao l Mary 52 acres 7 80 Mousey II 1 lot 1060 Pitts Brnum 8 acres 2 7- 5IrestonBJ1lot 950 Pteton Chas 2 lots 10 ao Ramsey A P 1 lot 745 Raujs y Robt G Mot 7 05 Reynolds A Eliot 475 Richardson John hrs 1 lot 4 90 Richardson M B Son 1 lot 7 SO Sexton D Morris 4 acres 11 60 Swish Mrs 0 Bl acre 295 ShaipJCllot 5 90 Shockley Mrs Thos 1 lot 375 Todd John W 13 acres C 30 Tatum Mrs Mattie 20 acres 3 20 Watkins Thos H lot 415 Watkins LAI lot 4 15 Weaver Saluin 26 acres 4 75 Weavers Abe 10 acres 4 10 Weaver Algin 2iacres 475 Winkler Shelbm acre 90 Young John ni lOOacres 435 KIRKSVILLE xo1 Adams Otis 1 lot 7 05 Bratcher J W l acre 435 EliJB1lacres 1 S 20 Gill Talbot 20 acres 705 GOHorlon 2QLongMasters Jno B nr 4Q acres 6 35 Myers WAn r llut 260 Prewitt Mnrthaii 15 acres 4 00 75Riiodus 15Sehatlian 320SowersTerry Mrs JS 45 acres J880 TevjsB Pilot IT ii J5- Tevif Walker S iots 19 90 Thomas N B n if 2 acres 4 35 Wearon LetclrU Seres 950 410AVhiuilcerWooL More 2 cres 13 70 MILlAON NO Aldrrgo Jas 12 acres 4 75 BakefMrsNany 140 acres 10 00 BoTeer Jacob nt1ot i 320 Brooeies Ever t 1 lot 4 75 BrocjiMrsMaritl lot 4 35 BrvsAFnijlo e6QL BdrgjssW LBrl24 acres 3i Elhfabech 5 acres V S 20 t Burt n Wiley BiF 15 acres 5 35 BurUm Woods lira 20 acres 4 35 WClarkC1ttqnEiIza3re8 tColIillS JnoA 11acres 475- C llthll Jlacieicre 2 E8 esD a s 40FItclj cntS1iz 7 rhPdge- I Q tI SE ED- TIME 1hasent soil than others some crops need differ 1Hetime and that the soil must be kept enr Qed No use of complaining in summer about a mistake made in the spring Decide before the seed is planted te best time to reme djr wasting conditions in tie human body is be fore the evil is too deep rooted At the first evi dence of loss of flesh Scotfs Emulsion should be taken imm diately There is noth injj that will repair wasted tissue more quickly or replace lost flesh more abundantly EmulsionInary foods absolutely fail We Ifat send you I ftmfte tee Be sure that tljls I picture In the form a Is on tbe everybottle yonbuySCOTTC BOWNECHEMISTS 409 Pearl Street NEW YORK ocDd 1- aUdrucgllta I Ky Classical and Bnsiiess CtMege- j0mMi VIIIDELTOWK KY Resiunesj work January Iatllt closes Experienced tacnlty bndsomjlocation pleasant surround u reasonable rates No saloo is orother places of vice The safest i ce in Kontuckyfor boys For partlculaljs address lT PresIfnLTONELLI NcJvtrytilmr lnQuncetQthelpl1blic class live feed nnd sale stable in tie bdDun in stand on IrVine street Iri rearof C ly Hall Nice newrfgsapd poiitgiH ntlon vhfci 1 1- 4Isandharnaes ho er 1 r Cfls4on a Ud j- S TO SAVE OLD ROUSE EFFORT TO PRESERVERISTORIC WESTERN STRUCTURE Is Situated at Port Gibson Indian Territory Once Used as a School Where Henry BE Stanley Taught Cuthrie 0 TAn effort la being CnIthe old garrison church at Fort Gibson during the early days and was afterward used as a schoolhouse with lien ry M Stanley as the teacher The Ter posia museum This building has been occupied con tinuously tines 1832 Gen Hazen while residing there was married and brought to the furl bis bride Miss McLean of Cincinnati now the wife of Admiral George Dewey She occupied the stone building still standing on Garrison hill She was a great horsewoman and used to hunt with her husband over prairies and hills along the theI and Grand rivers Fort Gibson is rich in historic lore Bottled soon after the Louisiana pur chase a military post was established there in 1810 Many notable men have lived there some now resting in the national cemetery about a mile from the old fort where 2450 soldiers are burled and where may be seen the namea of soldiers scouts and warriorsIwho figured in border and fare Among tho number is the Semi note chief Billy Bowlegs who fought with OsceolU at the battle of Wahoo swamp where Gen Dade was killed and the American troops were routed After the treacherous capture of Osceo la Bowlegs joined the American army and received the rank of captain Among the United States officers who commanded at the fort were Zachary Taylor and Jefferson Davis Mrs M J Ross wife of exChief W 1 Ross of the Cherokee nation was well ac quainted with Miss Betty Taylor before she married Davis who at that time was only a lieutenant Another noted character who lived at the fort was Gen Sam Houston History records that he resigned the governorship of Tennessee left his newly married wife wont west and joined the Cherokees Ho lived several years at Fort Gibson assuming the Indian garb of that time He resided for a time with Chief Johnnycake near the Ark ansas river below the old fort lie was both feared and honored by the CherO- kees who admired him lor his learn ing and bravery Not long after his arrival at Fort Gibson he married Tallihlna Rogers a beautiful Cherokee maiden with whom he lived until his departure for the war in Texas in 1832 General Winfleld Scott made several visits to Fort Gibson and Gens Robert B Lee and George B McClellan were also there on tours of inspection Col Coppinger commanded at the fort where he was visited by James G Blaine his fatherinlaw who was for about six weeks In the big stone house Stanley at one time taught a subscription school at the fort occupying the old building In 1846 the poet Longfellow on a tour of the west visited Fort Gibson by way of the Arkansas and Grand riv ers Next year appeared the most loved or Tils poems Evangeline where scenery in the vicinity of Fort Gibson is graphically described COLLEGE BOYS PATRONS Four Young and Pretty Sisters Oper ate a Laundry and Make Profit from Students Trade Philadelphia Combined chivalry and selfishness on the part of the gal lant students of the University of Pennsylvania promise to spell success for the Meyer Sisters laundry Things are booming at the laundry at Germantown Marguerite Meyer collects the laundry makes out the bills and delivers the finished product She is 16 and the oldest of the sisters Susie keeps the books and over sees things Doris helps Susie Ruth helps Susie and Doris They are making money What ever suggestion of Incongruity may b inspired by the notion of four pretty young girls running a laundry prob ably will be dispelled by the reflection that it is profitable The father of the girls has been in the laundry business for a long time lie snggsted that if his daughters could obtain the patronage of the uni versity students they might realize suf ficient pin money out of It to keep themselves In perfumerynnd autor mobiles at least The notion became popular with the sisters A circular was got out and sent to every student of the university It was a puller What gallant student could resist an appeal likethat especially when It was couched so dip lomatically and fetchingly as the Meyer sisters did it Made in Germany Far eastern news often contains tRussiansthey may be heated without a fireI The device is German It Is calledRthe calorit Two chambers the Inner can one holding lime tho other water Puncturing the partt Lion causes slacking of the lime which produces the necessary heat Sure Sign of Insanity The mayor of Bridgeport Conn says he is overpaid amiwants his salary reduced It must be true that insanity Is Increasing alarmingly illIthe country Examine our elegant display of Carriages Buggies etc before making a purchase We are telling vehicles atj the lowest possible prices Richmond Carriage Works S LJtfdkHr Prop wluchcomesto InthfrOzarkcoulltrThe Old Honitstead Way Down productionsway leaves a good JmpreSloDoathe ynunjr and hears th proud distinction of having the endorsement of the Iedr jug members of tile and palpit throughout thecountryT- OUR OF ALL JltXJCOo Tour of all Mexico ia Jay HIli CintjbIiei Association Forraie dMwraMpi hJIctr reservation ami f Milarso Iti TlpA419Wg1- p i 41 suIool-aQTs11ossE CO line Clothe8 NtKerSAD1J10RE New YORK all for Old fmf the goods in out up before all our I I in We purchased our vehicles to sell nd it you will only call and get price re will prove thl assertion and make of you an everlasting friend anti customer tf S L Prop i WEAK HEX CUlLED oa reodpt JEtPOL REMEDY CO Lincoln Inn Court ClnclnmUJ 0 sells to br ipdJ ramphld M ereM tu p- cfI Which is the Cheapest may deprive you of One years rent of a Safe De Which is the Trust Co I Ky 4 New Time lard on L AiCommencing Dec 19th noon train for Irvine and from Irvine will be discontinued ntIl further notice No change in ar and departure of other trains at I M Hacker Agt = j 1 ThBER 39 Busy Bee Cash Store t The kind that IC you on 111 the jThats the kind of clothing we sell It is made by ff Bros I J Correct Clothes MakersiIt is throughout i It is cut on the lines particularEveryand so made as to hold its shape In thedetailsup to the merchant tailor ard and a sight than of the t stuff that masquerades as merchantptailoring 3 The piur a lookifig j 7 Jsuit tli tfor business and general wear i constitutes a gentlemans ideal of excel lence and moderation What do you think of such as this in rich warm Cheviots and fashionable mixture At so low a price f II openedupEverything new everything fresh and ready Santa Clans fWeon all new tosell them the holidays are NotionsCarpets ijt if new stuff youhaventD OLD IiAM and COxRICHMOND KENTUCKY Midklff t SJEEPOALNoVI075 LacklitupEarkwroppwtilUlO IIIfR- I fireorI I valuables 10O00I costsI f I cheapestState Bank Richmond r Monday afternoon 5 Helps WorlcU Schloss Co HANDTAILORED newest fully standjbetter much shows asI2 order Clean W ichmond tTr rUas HEATERS 1 No 5mOKet ir No SmeXY t 1 11 1to543aV t h Witha- Gas Heater The room is heated quickly t Jill satisfactorilyand cheaply They Icost little and being detachch able can be used in any room JTelephone Orders JPromptly Filled A JV RichmondJ Water and Light Company rct4t 1 Rubber Stamps and Pads IRenewsalwaysrestores t Icrm FURNITURE i Jc IfWlnter is now approaching and it Is now time for foil cleaning bC Every housewife wants something new to brighten np the dreary days that are soon to come A piece ol new Furniture a pretty iQtnreoj anice Rug We handlo all kinds of house furnisbJng good from the f smallest piece up to the massive Bed Room Suitea I L 4 tn1Our line of Pictures all kinds of Curtain Fixtures Fancy Hampers Rngsa large line of odd Rocking Chairs and everything that will to u make a homo cozy and comfortable tH w t r Como and Inspect our big utock Special atlentioH is called tirour hUndertaking Department r nri a f i t iu l OLA dty t tr g IIt hI a PS d mm4 Miis le a I aunnt t j j I I jtts jt itt tvtti I S S S S We have just received a S line of and Linen seSan erc e s u ersi 5S0 8 CollarsqlS Cuffs Gloves Cuff Buttons5 Stick Pins andalso the 5 5S 5newest line of ladies and S gents House Slippers inSa 1S5 townI L 5 Sw ratczer F 0 rl661ea S5O S S s t I i i c 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 e Is s S eo suss s s s s ss The Richmond Climax PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Tha Climax Printing Co Incorporated JO CHKNAULT Presldent A D MILLER EditorA Manager PRICE tl00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 15 1905 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Representative R W MILLER For viounty Judge N B TURPIN For County Attorney It H CROOKE For Sheriff P B BROADDUS For County Clerk JESSE COBB For Jailer BUCK JOHNSON For Assessor BOYD P WAGERS For Supt Public Schools JOHN NOLAND For Coroner ROBT L BIGGERSTAFF f WE understand tha our friend gr Vernon W Richardson of the Dan News wants to be City Clerk of fvme which is in our mind equivi to his election Vernon one of the bright stars of the newspaper k profession a thorough gentleman a hustling and enterprising youngman riwho deserves to succeed in any v laudable undertaking The citizens of Danville will make no mistake by i giving him the office he wants TilE volume of business done thru the rural free delivery department of the postal service is very large Thf number of pieces of mall delivered on rural routes throughout the United- i States in the past fiscal year aggre gate 906424121 The number oft pieces of mall collected was 133083 351 The pay of the carriers for the r year reached a sum in excess of 12 000000 The picture shows a rural free delivery carrier distributingmail THE Statehood Bill has been passed 1 by the Senatewhereby the Indian and f Oklahoma Territories are made one state and New Mexico an3- therrowers rrr J3 Lexington Go= Carts For the Little Ones A goodly assorment of the lat est designs in GoCarts has just been received and placed on our floors They start with the folding affair at 3 and end with the most advanced style in the English Perambulator- at 40 including a good line of niedium pricedcarriages The Crex Carriage is shown for the first time this season For those who have seen this beautiful furniture description is unnecessary Remember that the quality and prices pf all goods fold by us are guaranteed to be iig- htC1LBrowe1Co ML urn E IRC1Dtt Kr i Piercing Kidney Pains Faulty kidney work brings on that large family of human miseries of which rheumatism lumbago gout neuralgia sciatica are well known members DeBells Kidney Pills are a positive cure They have never failed yet There can be no doubt no un certaintv about the use of DeBells Kidney Pills Price 25 and 50c feb AT the regular meeting of the city council last Monday night Messrs Shackelford Bbee and Bales the committee apointed to meet our spec ial editor Mr Jos B Borders and hearing his explanation of the project to issue a handsomely illustrated his tory of Richmond and Madison county reported that it was a good undertak ing and one that would be of great ad vantage to the town and county as a commercialclub recommended that the cityappropriate the sum of 60 to it for the writeup of the police and fire departments A vote was taken on the question which was passed unan imously This history will mean a great deal to Richmond and Madison county as it will show to the world at large that as a place to live and succeed in Richmond and Madison county is on a par with any other town or county in the state This is the spirit that goes to build upa town or county the spirit that shows to the woddat large that we are trying to get away from mediocre existence that we of the South have been existingunder since the civil war Every enterpris ing citizen wants to build up the community in which he lives or at least he should want to But how has been the question with him The question has been answered ADVERTISE That is the answer Let the people know what you have to offer as an inducement for them to come here Tell them why they should buy of the home merchant instead of taking their money away from their home merchants We have guaran teed to spend 600 to get out this his torywhether there is one or one hun dred appropriated by the merchants You say that you are enterprising that you want to see your town built up that you are willing to help in its upbuilding If so now is your chance But you cant do it with talk it must be the hard coin of the realms If you are willing to further this gigantic enterprise now is the time to come to the frontand we will guar arantee you that for every dollar that you put in this book history to give you two back in good solid adver tising ONE of the handsomest special editions we have ever seen came to our desk last week from the Henderson Journal It is in book form profusely illustrated with fine and original halftone engraving of the principal streets public buildings churches residences prominent men both business and proffessional This book fathfully presents Henderson in all of its granduer and glory showing its manifold advantages to strangers who wish to locate within its midst As a commercial club this beautiful book will be worth thousands of dollars to the city of Henderson and tbe county The merchants in that city areto be commended upon theirpride- in their home city by furthering this work along as well as the editors Edward A Jonas and F M Hutche son Jr There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it 3 local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly tail inK to cui e with local treatment pro nounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F L Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional treatment on the market It IS taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspooNful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tern They offer one hundred dollars for any case It fails to cure Send for eircatera aed leetimoniate AddressF J Ohoey k Co Toledo Ohio Setifcy Druggfets 7fc TaM Halls Family FlUe fer eestl Mi 0 4 c L CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOSING Hvomei Cures Catarrh by Simple Breathing B L Middelton Refunds Money If it Fails to Cure A long stride toward solving the mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact the percentage ot cures by this treat ment proves it equal to the final tests The folly of taking medicine into theC stomach to cure catarrh of the nose throat and lungs has beAn realized bIphysicians but not until Hyomei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach druggingf A complete Hyomei outfit SI and consists of a neat pocket inhaler that can be used anywhere without attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Extra bottles of Hyomei cost but 50cCBreathing Hyomei ler every particle of air that enters theI nose throat and lungs is charged with a healing balsam that soothes and al lays all irritation kills the catarrhal germs and enriches the blood with ad ditional ozone B L Middelton has so much faith in the power of Hyomei to cure catarrh that he is selling it under his personal guarantee to refund the money if it does not give positive relief Ox yesterday February fourteenth was celebrated in its usual wav StI Valentines Day when through thtmall passedmany a rhapsody of love The first we read of such a celebration was in early Christian Rome A D 496 when the Roman youths and maidens were still enjoying the joint festival of Juno and Pan called the feast of Lupercalla which took place on the fifteenth of February The feast shocked the sensibilities cf the pious priests and bishops and they substituted the Saints names for the maidens and in making this change the day was moved backward oneo number so as to fall on that of the martyrdom of St Valentine It seems rather a flippant way to observe the day when a good man was tortured and put to death But all down thru the ages his memory has been kept green in household word as the name of the lovers festival As far back as 1415 it is recordedthat while Charles Duke of Orleans languished in prson for twentyfive years after the battle of Aiginconrt he amused himself by inditing valentines Sixty of these verses composed in the gloom of the London Tower are still to be found in the British Museum So the storyof St Valentines Day runs like a golden thread through the dark fabric of past ages French and English lads ands lassies made the day a merry making and kept the chance partner a sweet heart for the day for tho month for the year or perchance for a lifetime Valentines like all else have changedb style from the first penned some ardent swain to the- handsome and gorgeous work of art of the present lay intermingled with the comic and grotesque kind In this sending of snch comic andat times highly insulting missives has St Valentines day been degraded Yetas one writer has said After all this degradation Is but another in stance of the fact that our age becomesd less and less one of ritual weras less and less becominglyany obsetb vance whatsoever At the same inmayif Stl Va1entine is now twice dead true love Is as young is ever and lovers will continue to mate long after he Is forgotten 7S ofdryedat White Gibsons Chal lenge Sale Travd Via The Iron Ifesatala RM to Hnico 2 uty New double daily through service she between St Louis and the Oily of Mex leo over nineteen hours saved via La redo gateway namely Iron Mountain ti Texas Pacific International Great to Northern By and the liatiohal Lines of Mexico This is now thf shortestbo and quickest line by many twe a St Louis and Mexico City to Upfotiate service Through Pullman lad standard sleepers For descriptive pamphlets and further addreea t wa A A GailfleKr D P JL l Walt lt O ii j j I Allers Take cold easily Throat tender Lungs weak Any relatives have consumption Then a cough means a gr- eatCherry Pectoraldeal to you Follow your doctors advice and take Ayers Cherry Pectoral It heals strengthens prevents AyeriCbenyknow It lungsJIBS Iiel- s254jCeIOO JTCATBIIQO All ilmridttl forMasS Weak Lungs Ayers Pills Increase tho activity of the and thus aid recov- eryPIRSONALS Mr W W Watts is in Texas Mr H R Smith of Versailles was here Friday Mr Jack Wagers spent Sunday in LexingtonMrs H Collins has been in Lex ington visiting Mr Clyde Hart of Johnetta spent Sunday here Miss Sue Scrivner is visiting relatives in Winchester Mr J R Haselden of Lexington was here Saturday- Dr T P Gardner of Irvine was in the city Monday Mrs W H Dodge is recovering from an attack of grippe Miss Mary Moores of Station Camp was here Saturday Mrs H P Reid is improving after a serious attack of tonsilitis Mr M C Kellogg is at homo from a business trip to Cincinnati Mr R J McKee continues quite ill at his home on College street Prof J W McGarvey has been visiting his parents in Lexington Miss Dora Anderson of Berea is the guest of Mrs W L Leeds Judge Charles B Breck has returned from a trip to Frankfort Postmaster C C Wallace has been confined to his bed for sever days Dr Landman tho oculist will be the Glyndon Hotel again to day Mr Weber Hamilton of Carlisle been here visiting relatives and Is- Mrs John Turley is in Winchester visiting her parents Judge and Mrs F P Pendleton Mr and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard have been visiting friends relatives here Mrs Neale Bennett has been confined to her room at the Glyndon with an attackof grippe Miss Mabel Letton of Versailles is clerkingat White Gibsons during their great Challenge Sale Mrs Jennie Grider has returned to Speedwell after a visit to relatives in Winchester and here Mrs Edgar Turley and Miss Mollie have been in Lexington where hey visited Mrs George Land Nrs Harry M Blanton and little son are visiting her paernts Mr and Mrs William Watts at Cnilesburg- Mr David W Jackson of Richmond spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs J H Jackson at Berca Mr Frank Russell formerly foreman of the Pantagraph came in from Louisville Friday for a few days va cationMrs and Mrs C D Miller will break up housekeeping about the first f March They will board at the Englu House Miss Mary Tribble will leave this week for Lexington to remain until after the LyloStall nuptials which will occur next week Louis B Harrington Jr of Macon GafWho is here with his mother visiting Mrs Harvey Chenault has been very ill with pneumonia Mrs J Stone Walker who has been spendipg the winter with Mrs Geo Boone has gone to New York to spend the rest of the winterLouisville HeraldMr Murray Smith is convalescing from a serious rttack of inflammatory rheumatism He will leave soon to- pend the remainder of the winter in the south Miss Edwards of Richmond is visiting Mr and Mrs W R Gott iss Edna Rice of Richmond has een the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommio Francis Lancaster Record Mr Joseph Burmh Borders a talen ted young newspaper man who Is in charge of a handsome pictorialcditlon the Rlchmonl Climax will shortly Is sue was here SaturdayWoodford Sun One week from tonight the much forward to cotillion will be- anced at the Masonic Temple Mu ic for the occasion will be furnished y Saxton Frosts orchestro of Lex gton Mr Will Bybee was In Cincinnati last week with Mr Gilbert Grinstead where they purchased their stockof dry goods for their new store at omerset for which point they left Monday morning Their munyfriends wish them unlimited success Friends here were much gratifed to learn that Miss Msrgaretta Smith has undergone a successful operation for appendicitis Miss Smith is in Dr Prices hospital in Philadelphia where will soon complete her course as trained nurse It is needless to say sheis receiving the very best att on possible and will soon bo restored health Mr G W Hagan writes from Okia- niaCIty for the CLIMAX to be scat his regular address Mr Haga his wife who was Miss Laura Mellea are comfortably located near D4tlalotR City OH sale farm We ttobMr regularly from hem UMT write iO Madias UM Cllnwx H t1a iMtar clh wee 0 I 4Jii ETT T I W Barnett R dMaster of the L A railroadI aS here on Wednes day to inspect the rack between here and the Junction The entire line is now in splendid condition all places where slips are liablo to occur have been worked out and Mr Barnett says that nothing hut an earthquake can interrupt trtJflc Beattyvllie News Among the namus of tho dancers at theJnrgest and handsomest German ever given by the Midshipmen at the U S Naval Academy is that of Miss Olivia Baldwin of this county There were ninetynine couples on the floor of the massive new armory all of the men being graduates who two days later were banded their diplomas by President Roosevelt erA they scatters ed oer the seas In one of the figures the Midshipmen danced with their swords on and at its completion the fair ladies passed beneath the ninety nine bright blades presenting a spectacle both martial and beautiful The favors for the ladies in this figurer were miniature niivy swords All the favors were beautiful and costly Miss Baldwin writes her friends that she will treasure hers long as a keep sakes Miss Baldwin danced with Midshipman Pegg of Pennsylvania Another of the dancers well known in Richmond was Midshipman W H Lassing who was among the gradu ates and is about to begin his first sea duty on the new armored cruiser Colorado Tax List continued from fourth page Taxes due on the following property for year J90J White List RICHMOND DISTRICT NO 1IBrooks Nannle lot 11 acres 13 45 BrooksJJnr3 lots 5 Oo Columbian Finance Trust Co 2 lots G o5 Duncan Chanaiilt Stone 1 lot balance 4 15 Farley Wm L 1 Jot 5 So Green Mastin heirs 84 acres 2o lo Hacker T G heirs 1 lot 2 Co Harrison 0 H n r 10 lots lo 23 Keller Mrs Ed n r 1 lot lo 25 McMohon Pat heirs 1 lot 3 75 Miller Ben D 1 lot 11 85 Millej Mrs Lydia Illot 2 C5 Colored List RICHMOND DISTRICT NO 1 Allford Elijah lot 6 ito Ballard Wince 1 lot 35 Henna Charley bal 1 lot 2 fin BiggerstalT James 1 lot 4 75 Blythe Irvine lot 5 85 Bopgs Thomas 1 lot 4 75 Breck Bnrgoyne llot lo 75 Breck Richard Sr 1 lot Jo 25 Burnatn John C I lot 640 Burnam Charles 1 lot 5 85 Btfrgine Martha heirs 1 lot S U5 Campbell E W M Embry 1 lot 2 10 Chenault Tobe n r 1 lot 4 So Chenault Emily 1 lot 25 acres 8 30 Clay Susan Hot Ii 25 Cobb Win 1 lot 4 25 Covington Sarah lot 4 So Embry Julia A 1 lot 4 30 Embry Mariaii 1 lot 2 65 Estill R L and Mary 1 lot 9 25 Estill Robt L n r 2 65 Esiill Tena 1 lot 2 65 Fisher Easter 1 lot 2 let Fife Mary E 1 lot 4 8o Hall George 3 lots 7 50 Harris Ben 1 lot 6 4n HarrisAlice 1 lot 3 75 Hill Nathan 1 lot 4 75 I Johnson Richard 1 lot S 75 Jactcron Betti heirs 1 lot 3 15 Jarihan Robert 1 lot 5 91 Lindsey J Fnrllot 4 31 Matthews Nannie 1 lot 2 iS Martin Abner 1 acres 5 oo Martin Irvine 1 lot 4 acres 7 IG Mitchell Mary bal lot a ito Miller HarrisU D n r 1 lot 48o 275Ihot 2 65IMuncey Sallie 1 lot 2 65IOwens Green 1 lot 5 90IParks Georgia Ann 1 lot 4 SoIPhelps Lena lot 4 75I Phelps Jennlii 2 lots 15 2o Rice Belle iigt Donahue andtPhelps 1 lot 3 15I Rice Geo agt Sallie Jarman 1 lot 8 10I Rhodes James 1 lot 5 Sheppard Charles 1 lot 5 35 Smith Howard Hot 5 G5I Stone Minerva 1 lot 3 50IStone 1 lot Irvine 4 75IToxblin Henry 1 lot 4 Trlbble Harry heirs 1 lot 4 30ITribble Mary heirs Hoi 4 30ITribble John n r 1 lot 4 81tI Tribble Meal 1 lot 5 oo HEALTH theMost Important RoyalBakingof scientific experience Every method of breadand cake raising has been exhaustively studied in this and abroadtThe result is a perfect prod t uct in yalBaking Powder There no substitute for it The purity andeiciency of Royal Bi king Powder have been comrnended by the highest authorities of the world important First that Royal BakthgoPowir Is andrfflakijs wholesome food IIIngRO1AL BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE r LTe I Turner Dan heirs lot 6 5 Turner Daniel lot 4 75 Tyo James 1 lot 4 4 25 Walker Tom heirs lot 3 75 Walker Nancy 1 lot 5 35 Walker Elias list 4 25 Vhie Bosel lot 2 G5 White Norcis 1 lot 4 80 White James Sr 1 lot 4 05 Wilhs Lizzie I lot o 31 WInkfleld Dow 1 lot 4 25 Winkfield Miller lot 5 95 Agonizing Burns are instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Backl ns Arnica Salve C RIvenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt ray Knee dreadfully that it blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds sores at 25c feb The Challenge Sale at White Gibsona is now in progress PAINT LICK Miss Bettie Francis has gone to Tex s to visit Mr and Mrs B E Kilgore Mrs Nannie Wallace has gone to Charlotte N C to visit her daughter Mrs Bogie Bell and Mrs Calvin Todd Miss Mary and ttieThompson are on a visit to thoir sister Mrs II L Jennings Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster is visiting her aunt Mrs Pattie Engle manRev C S Young anti Proto G P Simmons opened school last week with flattering prospects for a fine school Mrs Annie Adams and Mary Clark Engleman are on the sick list as is also Walter Hainmack Miss Jennie Higgins in the efficient stenographer in the Peoples Bank Mr Kemper the cashier says he is so rushed with business that he has to work day and night JJr Champ Shumate aged seventy nine years died at his heme Feb Jof a complication of diseases He had been a great sufferer for several months He leaves a wife and three children two sons and one daughter who live In Tennessee Mr Will Tudor of Louisville was here to attend the funeral of his uncle Mr Champ Shumate Mr W A Anderson received news of the lentil of his brother James Anderson which occured in Higgins ville Mo Jan 31 Deceased was hereon a visit one year ago and apparent ly in the best of health Messrs West Winn have taken possession of B L Jecnings store Mr Jennings and his estimable wife leave this week for Lancaster After a visit there with Mr J C Thompson and family they will leave for Los An geles Gal Mr Agariah Shepherd has gone to Tennessee on a visit Mr and Mrs Jones of Atlanta made a flying visit to this place last week Therell be a crowd at White Gibsons Challenge Sale Free Coupon Anyone suffering with kidney or bladder trouble can get absolutely free one full 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 Cut out and send to C W HPCU Sons Co Chicago fe- bARKSSTJ11 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cost LeastWear Best Salesman aaaa E C casJ A strong company an admirable play supplement by a lavish display of special scenery is the universal criticism accorded The Missouri Girl Their play with every detail conscientiously attended to will be seen at Grand Opera House Feb 22 Hold On Somewhere The nine Grass Clipper says it hears much about forging to the fronttakinc time by the forelock seizing the bull the horns and the like and also the man with the tail hold is entirely ignored NinA men out ot ten wisely follow and succeed where one doe who changes around at the front all the time If you miss the forelock seize tail It Is hanging aumore than the particular hold that counts The man will go just as fast and nearly as far who has holdof the tail as the hanging onto the horns besides can hold on better and is in less dan Young man dont be too anxious- to get rapidly to the front but hang on what you have and you will get ahead in the world just as fast as you deserve Improvement of Building The court room in the Government Building at Richmond is too small for the transaction of business when court is in session and Senator McCreary applied to the Secretary of the Treas ury to direct the supervisingarchitect to enlarge the court room by taking out the valls of tire two smallrooms thus adding to the size of the court roomThe Secretary of the Treasury decided that an act would have to bo pass ed carrying an appropriation of money- to pay tho expense of the work Senator MoCreary asked the Secretary to give him a hearing and after submitting the law which requires an act of Congress when a building is en larged but which also does not require an act when the rooms of the buildingare to be enlarged the Secre iry decided in favor of the proposi lon presented by the Senator The act will not be necessary and Secretary Shaw has notified Senator Mc Creary that the court room will be enlarged just as soon as the plans ind speciffcations are prepared and ap provedrCor Louisville Times New Itrtry rirm E C Million Son announce to the public that they have opened a first lass livery feed and sale stable in the ld Duncan stand on Irvine street in ear of City Hall Nice new rigs and polite attention We wish to buy some ancy saddle and harness horses ISjanSm E C Million Son TOUR OF ALL MEXKO Tour of all Mexico in Jauuaty and February under escort of Beau Camp fourIhit flrsA A G lUhr DP A 419 Walnut St Gtawtti oRl lr n iJ 0 0 i 1 The best wagon made the Stude bakerisCor sale by C E Douglas CoIWhite Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IftbSt Did you ever consider the money you save at White Gibsons challenge sale The M B Parrish School of Phon ography Hobson Building Latest in struction Positions secured lor pupils- tf It you have any fencing to do it will pay you to see C E Douglas Cc They have just gotten in a can of Frost wiie the best thats made feb5 8t Telephone B H Iuxon and Bro for economy and smokeless coal for furnaces and airtight heaters 2Sdtf White Northern Seed Oats Letcher Witt IfebSt D B Shackeltord Co have re ceived a car load of Birdsell Wagons and can make you the best prices on a wagon 8fetf I Mean You Please call and settle your account lljitlm Jones Mershon B II Luxon Bro have the nicest lot ot timothy hay in Madison county Call on them when in need 28detf BIRDSELL the highest grade wagon made at D B Sbackelord Cos For light draft durability and long lasting buy a Bird sell Wagon 8fetf Fraud Exposed A few counterfeters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery tor Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the pub lic This Is to warn you to beware of snch people who seek to profit through stealing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere imitations H E Bucklen Co Chicago 111 and Windsor Canada fe- bDont delay in attending the challenge sale at White Gib sons NEWJ3Y Mrs C D Turner has a private school at her home assisted by Master Win Dorsey Miss Elma Million Miss Mallie Mil lion Willie and Geonrie Million are attending Business College at Lexing tonMisses Eloise Million Mary Tudor and Gertie Heathman will visit friends in Richmond this week Mrs Minnie Runyon has quite a nice music class at this place Mrs Sam Deatherage is very proud of her little art class and invites inspection ol tho work done by her pu pilsElmer Deatherage is at woik in the tobacco barr of U D Gray having been out some time on account of sick nessThe Kirksville people are anxious to see our Country Kid which will ap pear there next Saturday night Feb 18Bro Slmpherd was at our theatre and witnessed the play given by our girls and bors It is needless to say Bro Shepherd can laugh Owing to severe cold weather there has been a lull in business but as the sun begins to shine people are coming out again Mr Will Gray of Flemingsburg vile ited his brother here last week The Tobacco Growers question is absorbing the minds and conversation of our people just now Many here have sold their tobacco but there is a great deal unsold Mrs Harry Stapp and daughter Miss Mabie have returned to Newby from Lexington where Mrs Stapps mother bas been very ill Miss Della Tudor has gon to Somerset for the remainder of the winter where she will enter college Miss Maude Crannell is with her sister Mrs C D Turner yourDrydown to a mere nothing at White Gibsons challenge sale The Missouri Girltt Grand Opera House Tuesday February 21 f olden Flora announce to the public that they received the finest and most beautiful car Joad of Marble and- Granite over in Richmond Trade at lit home jrhere you get the best goods at heaper prices FloraI1 D It Owen McKeeLeader in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions j ww Jili DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c HAVE YOU TRIED OURS Mountain Ah Jin Coil It not you are missing one of lifes luxuries The ImpuritiesSmost satisfactory Jellico Coal produces for either Grates Stove or Furnace Try it and we guarantee that all your worry over bad dirty coal will cea- seBeattyville Coal Co D R Freeman Mgr Tel 184 Yards Aspen ave e- S Os ss ss I YOUR WANTS can be supplied with a small outlay of cashat the Racket During our few years business in Richmond our efforts to supply the citizens of Madison and adjoining counties with the best goods at the lowest prices has been re warded by the upbuilding ofour business Last years business was far beyond that of the previous year and we propose to make t 1905 even more success than was 904iGive us a call and get prices before making a purchase of anything in our line Watchtour advertisement weekly as prices on goods will be quoted that will be interesting andCprofitable to housekeepers c The Racket Store Suit Bratton Prop Main Street Richmond Ky 7F7I7rffimW A + i f THE 2 71 1 COUNTRY r 71 STOREffi 71 IN TOWN f BUY FOR ICASH ill i I 7tt SELL FO- RCASH 4g t U r 71 f a W 7w We handle Groceries Queensware Hardware Wdodenware Porcelain and Graniteware Buggiesk p V use on farm or in kitchen 9 = Remembera our ASH PRICEmakes Iour goods very low when 71compared with the credit systemT I WE SELL THE P 1cithe most substantial and eaSiest running ow7fta in the world Examine and give us your Fncing Wire Roofingetc 71i1 ry our na rasmonea 7A J Country Meal Cheap Q r 1 Poultry Eggs Hides sIi Colyer Bros a 71 Phone 237 Main Street 1 I RICHMOND KY I 7f 717 c c i fl1 I J r J An Opportunity untilIin our large Vehicle stock DOritJ fail to see worthObargain before they are all gon- ekcxl eaTa wc wwIIj IIPHONE 232 Peebles Sweet Hickory Coffee Frasa Bros SOLE AGENTS MAIWSTtEET PHONE 165 1 he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 15 1905 February YWill winter never be over Will the lark days nevorgo Must the buttercup and the clover Be always hid under the snow Ah lend mo your little ear love Hark tis a beautiful thing The Tearist month of the year love Is shortest and nearest the spring Mrs A D Whitney Let us save you money C E Douglas Co feb58t Reports say that Middlesboro is on anotnor big boom IMr James J Neale recently solda two year old nolt for 700 The tremendous ice gorge at Ford is attracting considerable attention About the steenth snow fell Sunday night much to the delight of the c asters Messrs W E Luxon and Joe Chenault have bought the fancy bred cult Mahogany J C E Douglas Co have just re ceived a car load of wagons Prices cheap as anybodys feb5 8t The ladies of the Pattie A Clay In firmarv are preparing to serve dinnefl on April Court Day The Challenge Sale at White Gibsons is on and it W pay you to attend III The home and household belonging to Mrs Jane Ballew of near Kirkavlllo were destroyed bv fire last week When looking for a wagon dont fail to examine the great Birdsell as it is the best that many can buy Sold by D B Shaukelford Co Sfetf The study class oi the Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet tomorrow afternoon with MM Mary J Mc Clintock at Mrs Thomas Thorpes residence The majestic Electric Olympic and Monitor Ranges are all the best that money can buy AVe buy them in car load lots and can save you ffoney if you are in need of a stove of any kind feblo 8t We want news from all over Madison If you have a telephone and are going away or have company or any member of your family is sick or j OU have sold any kind of stock call up our number and tell us about it Lexington is to have aUnion depot The old Maui Street Christian Church will be converted into this much need ed building Lexingtons tnree roads the L N 0 O and L E have bound themselves together for the erection of a union station This does not include the Cincinnati Southern Managers Juett Baxter says that it Is now definitely settled that The Irish Pawnbrokers will play this city one night in the near future There has been considerable correspondence regarding the matter but it is now settled so they feels that they can look forward to a crowded house We have eel taiIy had our share of badshows ttiis season but bad shows like the needy poor will always bt with us For that reason Manager Juett Baxter mentions with confi dence trip coming of The Irish Pawn brokers an attraction they are not afraid of The reports from along the line are extremely satisfactory as they are not only pleasing their audiences but the business done by the company in this state at least has been terrific For Rest New six room cottage and 101 acres of land Apply to O K Clay St Charles Hotel Richmond Kj TJ Play at Klrksrllle The band boys and girls oi Newby Swill present UA Country Kidat Kirks villa on Saturday night February 18 An Opportunity- A bandsomo dining table ami a new cooking stove for sale cheap j also 12 gallons of preserves and blackberry jim C D Miller At The Methodist Church Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday Preaching by Rev J W Simpson 7 Presiding Elder 10 a m and 7 p m Saturday and 1145 a m and 7 p in Sunday Sacrament of the Lords Sup per at the close of Sunday mornings Sfrvice and Quarterly Conference at the close of Saturday mornings service New Cashier Mr CF Azbill hiM succeeded Mr H P Harris as cashier of the Richmond Telephone Co Mr Harris many friends congratulate him upon his pro Jmotion to the office of manager sltho it is not fully known to what place he will be sejtt Forseveral years he has been with the local management in the capacity named above andhia suc ceaaIatbewiah of all i yyo- J 5 1o Dl1N Laundry Guarantees Satisfaction LAUNDRY GOES OUT Mondays and Wednesdays RETURNED Thursdays and Saturdays Goods Called for and Delivered FreeofChargeYour Z T RICE Agent Office llice Arnolds Shoe Store Pphone 118 We can sell you a range for what anyone else will ask you for a common last box stove C E Douglas Co eblESt At Tire Christian Church During the absence of the pastor Rev Hugh McLellau who is in Mis souri conducting a meeting his pulpit- is being ably filled On last Sunday morning nUll evening Mr Cecil Mc Callum a student of Kentucky Bible College preached most able sermons Mr McCalluin is a native oi Australia and is studying for the ministry in Lexington 1 JJ Nice Farm Sold Mr T J Smith who resides neilr Speedwell and who is one of our coun tvs mot prosperous farmers has sold his handsome farm of 203 acres for 75 per acre The purchaser was John Halcomb of Letcher county and pos session will be given by April first Mr Smith has not yet decided where he will locate and the CLIMAX only voices he sentiments of hosts of friends in sJkfcing we hope he will not get far away Ho M5Brr The following letter has been reedy ed by Superintendent J W Wggers and explains itself February 8 1905 Superintendent J W Wagers Dear SirOwing to the absence of the Treasurer from the city the Feb ruary draft will not be paid yet I cannot say when it will be paid I re gret this very much but it is not my fault Yours truly James H Fuqua Sr In The Court of Appeals On last Friday the Court of Appeals passed on the following cases Second National Bank of Richmond vs Fitzpatrickreversedj Smith vs Smith Madison agreement- of parties filed Motion by parties to advance case case submitted on motion and merits Herndon etc vs Ojig Madison af firmed Central University vs Walters executor Madison motion for oral argument sustained Will Locate at Richmond W A Logan who has been living in different parts of the west for several years but mare recently of Des Moines Iowa will return to the State of his first love and will locate at Rich mond where he will erect an ice plant aU of lila plans being perfected Mr Logan is native of Jessamine county being a son pf Mr and Mrs James B Logan of Nicholasville and the Tour nal takes pleasure in commending both him and his excellent wife to the good pople of Richmond and vicinity lessarnine Journal Lock No 12 Lccatd It is reported that officials of the Kentucky River Improvement Company have fixed the location for lode No 12 just above the mouth of Cow creek three miles above Irvine The onrtieB owning the land on either side of the river Mrs II P Wagers and A D Campbell have been notified to fix the valufi of their farms The work of construction will begin early in the spring Estill Herald Mrs Wagers is a sister to Mrs Claude Smith of this city and is well known here Public Sale At the late residence of PaulNoble 31 miles east of Richmond at Rtinion Groye on February 21st I will offer for sale the following described porper ty 2 lood gentle buggy mares 3 splendid milch cows with young calves 6 twoyearold hoifers some hogs chicketm and turkeys 1 stack ot oats 1 stack of rye 1 stack of millet some loddcr corn and hay 1 twohorse wagon 1 set wiigon harness 1 set buggy har ness 1 good mowing machine 1 hay rake 1 splendid shot gun 1 mans sad dIe plow and plow gear household and kitchen furniture Farm for rent Terms made known on day of sale E J NOBLE BIRTHS rlfuiuprBorn the wife Mr B Hurst dh Monday a nine pound son- ELSE4tntuTNesvs comeS from fling hamptoitN Y announcing the birth of a BOD to Rev and Mrs W A Eisen hart loijmerley of this city LooXkrNews comes from Wjlmon ot sons foltev and Mrs i3 eitrthora M i ir + o ff LI 1 = i1 8ii f I Qi I j A g BIG SHIRT SALE t tJif A Ijwi iF Jjf i tt f stIx Nows your chance for Shirt Bargains Weve just finished stock taking and find the shirt stock fjusttwice as large as it should be and in order to cut it down quickly weve made these very price reductions Gc ftunusuai r1A j = 1 for 79c70cts buys choice of all our fine dollar shirts in both soft and 5 stiff bosomsnot a shirt reserved all go These are t1t 1j famous Lion and Monarch brands all bright clean ie v Jq goods the very latest patterns and styles Be quick fc List pick = 79 cts H 1 for 65c sHghtf 1 are nothing but all go at the extremely low price of 65 cents i J IIwt = iJ r fl = = = O J 9t TZ IiI COVIr GTON AND BANKS S t tr t 1r An Weal Mane love the man with roses on his tongue the man who sees the boys lirty lace but mentions his bright eVea who notices your shabby coat btkt praises your studh us habits them who sees all the faults but is quick to praise and slow to blame We like to riieet a man wbosesmile will light lrearineBS whose voice is full of miujc of the birds whose handshake is an inspiration Atchisou Globe I A Heasorine fatty Jnder the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the First Presbterian church a Measuring Party will be given in the lecture room of the church on Friday evening February 17 at7 oclock The following invitation is extended to all A Measuring Party is given to you It Is something novel and something new A nickel fr eVery foot youre taU Measure yourself on door or wall An extra cent for each inch give And thereby show haw high ou live lth mule nnc game refreshments and pleasure We will meet one and til at our Party of Measure Grave Trouble Foreseen It nteds but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave tronbl is ahead unless yon take the proper medicine for your diseas as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She sajs I had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad fore long time but in Electric Bitters J found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee at SOc a bottle feb He who hesitates is lost so dont forget the Challenge SaTe at White Gibsons now on at its height A Splendid Show Without a dQubt Under Southern Skies which was seen hero last Wed nesday night was one of the best at tractions ever presented here Owing to the extreme weather only a moderate sized crowd was present but those who did brave the weather felt repaid In full The scenery was carried by tic company and was beautiful and ie to life Tbe cast comprising went tliree persons was strong and the acting done by each was above the ordinary Those who missed seeing Under Southern Skies missed a rare treat and it will leave an impression pleasant as a ray of southern sunshine on the minds of all preseyt picturing as it did the Sunny South in the good old days when the Black Mammies played so important a part in the household of the whites We regret that more of our people were not pres out In Masonic Qrdes Richmond Cpmmanderv No 19 as well as the Blue Lodge are both in a most flourishing condition They are continually growing Ou Monday a class of candidates were given the Temple degreeti Everything is point lug with interest and great expectancy to tne coming conclave which will be held here in May Drill practice for the Knights is held each Thursday night illt the ballroom of the Temple This drill begins prompt ly at715 and Drill Mater J J Green leaf requests all Knights who expect to participate in the parade and other cer emonies during the conclave tobll present on each Thursday night at 7 oclock promptly This is very impor tant and it is desired that promptness be the motto qif all who expect to be members of the drill corps An opportunity that has never been reK ted to you before is awaiting afWhite Gibsons challenge k o h Ob Jlffai l i DEATHS MAnTis Mr and Jrs Robert Martin who reside about three miles fromI town are mourning the loss of theirI live year old daughter whose death ocI coned Saturday night Funeral ser RfIterlast Friday at his home near thie city aged sixt five years old His funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon by- Re J AV Crates after which his remains were laid to rrst in the Hunter burying ground Deceased was never married and the nearest relatives he has are some children of his brother who died some years ago Mr Hunter was eccentric and was known as a miser He lived utterly alone and hoarded up a vast estate About two years ago he was robbed of 8000 in gold which he had secreted in various places about the house Notwithstanding this loss he leaves considerable property DErsoxNear Higginsville Mo Jas It Anderson in his 76th year Deceased was born and reared in this county near Silver Creek He had made Missouri his home forlong years and both there and here in bis native land he was highly respected Early in life he together with his wife united with the Presbyterian church and was shortly after made a ruling older in his church to which he was devoted all his life His wife was a daughter oi AV R Green of this city Ten children blessed their union all ol whom save three have passed into the great beyond Mrs Anderson died seven years ago Those surviving him are two daughters Mrs Bettie Mason and Miss Annie Anderson and one son Mr Will Anderson also a sister Mrs Mary J McClintock of this city and a brother Will Anderson of thic county Mr Andersons last visit tot his old home was to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Annie Walters Tol his children he has left a rich legacy a religious Christian inheritance HOGAN William H Hogan Oho di ed at the local asylum Sunday wa buried Tuesday afternoon It writ learned Tuesday that only a few days ago he fell heir to about 3000 left him by his aunt Mrs Margaret Price who recently died at Richmond ivy Ho gan was a courier to Gen John H Morgan and came originally from Jes sarnino county A former wife Mrs Mattie Hogan living at029 North Up per street this city survives him and she it is said will institute legal proceedings to procure the property lefi her husband The brothers and sisters oftho deceased living in Jessamine and Madison counties were much sur prised to hear of his death when apprised of it this morning by telephone They say that they had had no intima tion even that he was ill and are at a loss to know why they were not notofij ed of his death until a few hours before his burial some of them not having sufficient notice to jet hero in time for the interment Mrs John Duncan ojI Richmond a sister of the doeased telephoned during the morning thaII she would reach Lexington in the afieij noon and would make an investigation of the circumstances surrounding thi4 death of her brother The asylum officials say the man died Sunday anti that his exwife gave directions as to the funeral arrangumentsLexiugtoi- Leader An ted iaLodnetoa Cliiet o Police Alirnan of RiclniiotKJ came here Monday with Hester Golfl stein who was arrested by him Satu day on information furnished by tll t local officers The Goldstein womsi was wantedhOreol1 a warrant swqfi w11gRandlog the woman whiloboardi jg with the latteratlrohonieiuthe c g- esdLexingtonJedii f u r 7 t r t Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that manyt pain poisons originate in your some day you may feel a twinge of dsdpepsia that will convince you Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed a to cure all sickness due to poisons oft undigested foodor money back 25elTry them fob MATRIMONIAL JACKsOXGEXTRYOU the 11th inst by Eld James W Harding at his home in Winchester D W Jackson and Mrs Minnie B Gentry both of this city1JIISEbastina prosperous farmer of Poosey ant Mrs Amanda Riley of this city were married last Wednesday bym Judge N B Turpin Mr H Clay Hodgkin of Elkin and Miss Anniea Baxter of Red House were married last Wednesday at Covington by Rev Richard French The groom is a prosperous merchant while his bride Js very popular with a wide circle of friends The Climax extends cont gratulations ROCKTIMBS A pleasant surprise was given to his ms ny friends when it became known that Mr John W Rock formerly of this city had mar ried in Norwalk Ohio on February S 8th The fortunate young lady was Miss Ella Timbs of Norwalk and the ceremony which united them occurred at the brides home Mr Rock id a son of Capt S F Rock of this placew and is well and favorablyknown lucreu where he resided for a number of j years He was associated with the i Louisville and Atlantic raihoad ser lug in the capacity of agent and train dispatcher Now he holds a responsible and lucrative positionD with a large lumber Cleveland OhioIUs many friends here extend the heartiest congratula Ions and best wishes for a life ofo happiness and prosperity Protect Yourself Againsto Germs People With Weak Stomachs Most Liable to CntehDiscasot When the stomach and digestive or gans are weak toe food does not digest and there is a sour slimy fermenting mass making it an ideal spot for dis ease germs to multiply The ouilyways to protect yourself against disease gernib is to strengthen the stomach ands digestive organs and Miona is the so far as is known that will ticcowplishi thiscThe ordinary medicine that is taken for indigestion and stomach troubles in advertised to act upon the fooda done and hence can give no more than temporary relief Miona is a certain cure in all cases of stomach troubles excepting cancer because it enables the digestive organs to act in the way Nature intended they should Drugs cannot digest tha food they simply deB compose it Ifyou suffer with distress after eatt lug paine in the head chest sides and backbelching ofgases and undigested food bad taste in the mouth dizziness or vertigo heartburn variable appetite sick headaches epots before the eyes And have a general feeling of despondency weakness and debility you should at price strengthen the stomach and digestive system by the use of Miomu There is no liquid no alcohol no spoonful doses with Miona Just one sicjjile tablet out of a fifty cent box before eating and your stow dch will soon become so strong and healthy that you will be saai prcof Ask BL Mlddelton to show you the guarantee uudei which Ifesells Miona costs nothlngtmlsit cares uncl f irkL t Special White Dress Shirts at 50 ts 1iiOne lot of fine white dress shirts that sold for 75c Sale price only 50 cents L c f Soc for 39c Aour fifty cent shirts go in this saleheavy work shirts excepted White shirts colored shirts pleated bosoms or plain nice dressy effects or every day patternsa wide va riety of good things to select from only 39 cents Early buyers get best choosing I s u = = J t t A HODGKINBAXTEU iea Duty For Lieutenant Britten The friends of Lieut Carlo B Brit II S Navy will be glad to learn hat he has a prospective tour of sea uty which will be most interesting nil instructive and may become no- able The president has for special reasons requested Rear Admiral Rob ey D hvans to take command of all our warships in Atlantic waters Ad miral Evans lately commanded the Asiatic fleet end put it on a splendid fighting basis He is considered the ablest officer in the U S Navy and it was no doubt this consideration which prompted the president to place Ad imi Evans command of the At- antic fleet comprising as it does the part of the whole navy To begin with there is the squadron of eight battleships to which perhaps as many ore will be added before Admiral Evans relinquishes command the armored cruiser squadron of four new 14000 ton cruisers of 22 knots speed nd splendid batteries to winch two more will be addled within tlie year There are two other cruiser squadrons composed of such fighting cruisers as the Olympia and Brooklyn and the newer cruisers of the Denver class are four coast defense monitors and two training squadrons all com posed of good fighting ships With half a hundred warshps and the collier supply ships and smaller fry Admiral Evans will have a fleet far exceeding In power any that the United fates has eer heretofore assembled Among the officers who are to accompany Admiral Evans on his per sonal staff and assist in the management of this powerful fleet we see the ame of Lieut Carlo B Britlain and ith a high degree of pride for the Ad iiral has practically the whole navy om which to choose his staff and its a complimeSit to any officer to have been selected as his aide One does not know what the next three years will brine forth With the- stlirnhin canal building the Monroe to uphold the unsettled condition of affairs in several of the West Indian and Central and South American States there is always the chance f trouble brewing for Uncle Sam Under AdmiralEvans a hero of two ars and the recognized fighting of ur sea forces we may feel assured that our fleet is in able hands and ser vice with him is sure to be service at the front or wherever there is some doing hence the good fortune our lieutenant from Madison county Lieutenant Brittain will accompany tIle Admiral on his flagship the Maine and will undoubtedly have a cruise full or work and interest He will leave his hone duty at Annapolis about six weeks hence and some two month than he would have otherwise in order to accept this most desirable sea duty Lieutenant Britains last ruise was in the Philippines and China and we congratulate him and his wife neo Miss MamiE Baldwin lso of Madison county that this cruise is to be in home waters when their separations need be but short ones Mrs Brittain will expect to make her husband many visits at ports all the way from New Orleans to liar Harbor und his presence or tIm stafl and flag hip of the commander inchief will insure that her visits are made under he most pleasantanspices High School Boys Wanted One feature of the inangcral parade ou March 4 will be the body of High School boys who will march together in the column of civic organizations Mi John Speed Smith a former Richmond boy has asked Governor Ejeckham to designate lIve young irieti attending High Schools in KentuckyUo come to Washington and parade with High School boys mom other States Much attention will be paid tbni whllein Washington and their visit will be In stru tlvl aadptaasant WamswIwe Vans at D B Stlli ke1fortlC T They bivathetes W8 rl ISfetf oi Sf jl 0 7 c y I Y g Q 1I1 t Q Q QI I7ihfJI = Q GREAT SWEEP = OlJTI c1pi IOF HatsI 4 L I ft m Beginning FRIDAY FEB 1 0thatl 30 pm 1 II andcontinuing for 15 days we will offer our ijja entire stock at the following greatly reduced =prices for CASH IPlease do not ask or expect goods to be charged at these prices as we positive ly will not charge any goods to any one except at our regular mices t =c INMj All our Mens tG 00 Shoes for 4 79 i u 5 00 Shoes and Bootcss 3 79 4 00 h 3 19 h 3 50 u 2 79 h 3 00 2 3U 250 1 99 2 00 1 6- 9uj 1 50u 1 19 w HATSLj All our Ladles 3 50 Shoes except Queen 79AlljGJ 3DAll2 00 1 69 19Missespcndingly low prices I4 IIinAyeand Gists celebrated brands and we offer you anything in the house at the fol lowing greatly reduced prices So Hats 395 4 Hats 319 350 Huts 279 I I 1 Ii3llsts 239 250 Hats 189 2 Hats 159 i Shirts and Underwear I I flWji All our customers are familiar with our line of Shirts and Underwear and know k ijR gaiIithat we are the recognized leaders in the same All of which go into the big I IIm Hosiery atad Neckwear tllcarrymgmost daily receiving something new In this depaitmentyciu will always find i Ius to date 50c Ties 39c 2c TIes iDe HosIery the same Umbrellas and Traveling Hags suit Cases Handkerchiefs Suspenders Collars Cuffs Shirt r i Buttons Collar ButtonsCuff But orfs Stick Pins Mufflers and Gloves all gO in f 4 this sale at greatly reduced price iJ L ISee Our Special Bargain Counters I I J ty f1 In order that we may perfect our arrangements for this sale our store will beIIclosed from THurs ay noon till Friday afternoon at 130 This is an ity to buy rstclass goods below the price of cheap and inferior goods Come early and you get the best selections i Ia Je Richmond Ky r 0cji vj I I L Tiiereiis nothing like inGOODEvery housewife every cook knows that f Goodakes Rolls Biscuits nnot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had r pur process for making Flour and Meal is of Our brands are IW Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of MadisonS MADE BY THE A m lliston Mill CO Kti H WACO KENTUCKY 4 I ffimJ mmm 7wAutumustocks resplendent throughout the store and buying en usrr thusiasm much tJ evidence Silk dress jgoods and fabrics in varieties ample enough to satisfy tho moot fastidious Our different sections keep fully abreast of the times The reputation acquired I for supremacy in these lines is splen ii didly maintained this season Assort ments are greater fabrics richer styles ffimore fascinating than ever Let us suggest to prospective buyers that they visit these stocks as boon as possible i The visit will give them knowledge Ii I of fashions best and of the vastness of 714 i the selections here made for choosing J I m White and Gibson J ffi7If J i IA Diamonds 1 Watchesri Crocks r CutglassIAll kinds of Jewelry landPreciousStones of every description rTheso are some of the V to be found at Lanes I Jewelry Store If your f watch or clock refuse to take them to Lane lieIcgo fix them If your resetting take it to I IIfcan be found in a first class Jewelry Ofctablisbtnaiit goIc to Lanes He is well in these kind of articles 3 L E Lane k Jeweler and Optician CI OLD JOE WhISKY Handmade Sour Mash m Every drop guarn- m teed to be pure t is s of old style manU- factureB No- BETTER f can be found j for medicinal pur poses You want the jf best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade i10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon viO bottles S3 II 5II II Ujugs 250I 5II IIbottles 3 gallonOrders WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe Distillery b McBrayer novlyr Anderson county Ky SOLD BY M F Emight First Street Wire peace I am agent lor the celebrated LAMB WIRE FENCE Those wishing to purchase the best wire fence will call on or address J D LONG- Rictmondayll01lyr Ky IN ORDER to got the great prize will give g you prices on the FENCE f i Sixty Days as follows Jour loot fence eleven wires leavy stay loop top lfo7 wirer at 40 cents per rod t heavyJ1tayThese prices have never been made in this county before fc JTCOYKIKKSVILLE KY Announcements FOR MAYOR We are aulborizerl to announced Ot ARENCBK WOODS a candidate for Mayor of Rich mond sulijcct to the action ot the Democratic party FOR CITY ATTORNEY EROBERTSject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce THOS H subJectFOR CHIEF OF POLICE HAILthe city Of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic party pDEVORE ctheflABDIN oftheWCREEKMORI theDemocratic IIFOR COUNCILMAN ROBERTGOLDENathe University precinct subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER OSIIEAICERcounty subject to the action of the Republican party ARE y U INTERE TBD IN THE Condition of Y- ourTeethDo you want them to look well and work well Special Prices Teeth Extracted 25o Teeth Filled 50c With Gold 1 Solid Gold Troth 4 Gold Bridge Work 4 per tooth The best set of teeth 6 These are Justis teeth and they are the best no matter what you pay for having the plates made Plates made on Rubber or Celuloid Teeth Extracted without pain V H Hobson Dentist Richmond Kentucky STANDBlI BsPREEMINENTLY of all other BaINBilesaBlWeline of Seds far G3rdcu or lana fllSeedForajre Crop Vegetable and Plowcr 5eed cow BIDAI ST flotfluOut New Catalogue eirinc full Inform etcFREE A Wood bSEEDSMEN LOUISVILLE xmruasyCII Co EASTJENNESiSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY UfIIDiIlOUT2Dl ofthlsSouthernIfllnoIsJ quIckandsatlsf4tctory countryWeable EqUpments UKt facilities unsur passed 1 T I14t WLiI 1I 0 c IJL I ftOun lL w MULE AoSyJIyATLAw BiceueHD KsarrsecT EarmezsStJIJLtV AN1A rrOaNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Cot op positS Court House on Main Street JO D M OHENAULTGATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KINTUCZY Office on Second street over Chen ults grocery JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND x 1 COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennett old law office orcr Perry k Thomas drug store Bunsens Catarrh Cure Bunsens Catarrh Cure will positively cure catarrh or money aelunded It you are troubled with catarrh hay fe ver or cold in the head give Bunsens Catarrh Cure a trial It cleanses soothes and heals the diseased membranes and positively effects a cure Price 50c Every bottle warranted Ask B L lit iddelton for free sample and pamphlet on catarrh feb For Sale Nice lot on Fourth street 47x120 feet For particulars call at this office oct26tf The Time Will Come When the Advice of This Man Will Help You Very few Richmond people are en tirely free from backache It does not take much to derange the kidneys A little cold a strain stooping positions or hard work overtaxes those delicate organs and many aches and pains Spromptlyman tells you here how every kidneyS ill can be relieved and cured about it- Abe Gum Jr of Cleveland Ky Madison county writes I was laid up in bed with my back and kidneys for a number of days I could not stand up straight and walked about all bent over I tot a box of Doane Kid ney Pills and at the end of two days was able to go about They got moon t of bed at once and I take delight in praising them They did me more good than anything else I had ever triedPlenty more proof like this from Richmond people CallatB L Mid deltons drug store and ask what his customers report For sale by all dealers Price flOe Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remember the name Doans and take no other feb a Tax List continued Foster Joe P n r 1 acre 2 50 Foster Robt 1 acre 385 Goforth Frank 49 acres 12 00 Harvey Levi 21 acres 7 9 5 Haden L n r 1 lot 3 7 5 Haden EL trustee LJ Haden 108 acres 13 7 0 Hensley Mildred nr3G acres 4 80 Hill Jas M 27 acres 12 00 Howard Win 20 acres 5 90 7051LawsSand Sallie 45 acres 605 Lowry Mrs Thursel lot 14 00 Lowry Lissie 16 acres 4 Lo wry Nathan lo acres 4 7 Lowry Reuben 122 acres 26 9 p Lowry WmJrl acre 42i Lowrr Win Sr 1 acre 3 10 Lowry James lo acres 47a Locker Wm 1 acre 42t Long JohrAoo acres 14 o i Master Moses Jr 4o acres 8 20 Martin Sam 1 lot 4 4 5 Miller Jessie 11 acres 4 75 35IPerkins TM 88 acres liSt Prewitt Jno M lo acres 5 90 Quant W F n r 3 lots 43J Quisenberry John n r 125 acres 3 60 Reynolds Mrs Minnie 46 acres 7 4cI Reynolds Allen lo acres 7 o Renfroe Robt 15 rcres 4 7 Renfroe Wm Jr 7 acres 4 15 Rhodue Jas 7 acres 5 90 Sanders Morris 2o acres 5 1k Sebastian Rufus 5 acres 47 35StennettTaylor Wm 1 let 705 Taylor Lyman 1 lot 4 j5 00VaodeJpool loWarner765WhitakerWhite Chas W 32 acres 8 lo 15Warner6oYonngYoung John A 15 acres lo 25 COLORED LIST JtlCIIMOND NO 1r ofiAndersonEdllot 7JBarnes JJoBates 5oBena35Black50Blythe535BronstonIrons ton Jacob 1 lot f 4 75 Burgin Iaftha bra 1 lot 4 Oo rnam Alice 1 lot 7 20 Burnam Chas 1 lot o 5o gent Jno C Bnrnam 1 lot 5 oo 50rampbellenault John Hot 4 fo 652oviugtonfarahhrsllot olirans Sarah hrs Hot lo 15 5903rutcher KILLTHC COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsrNew FOR ONSUMPTION OUfiHSand OLDS IIIPrl BttreBt Mild QuickesttOureh all TRcttTgLzsozoNgr IFe ly B Q a n IU 1Il c 1 OrwfovdLura1etI 489- Cr8IgHenryl1ot 6 9p- Bealherajie Ba h J lot 17 45 Douthett Thos Ubt 956- Erabry Marian h rt lot 8 oo- mbryJuliaA Hot i 4 35- Estill Robt n r 1 lot 8 2o R till Tenia 1 lot 3 2o Fife Mary Allot 4 80 Fife Sarah 1 lot 4 35 Fisher Easter 1 lot 2 Go Francis Wm Hot 5 75 Gentry Irve agent KE Lodge Hot 435 ilbert Amelia Mot 5 5- 0ibbMary1lot 3 75 Harris Ben 1 lot V v 7 o5 Hisle Andy 1 lot V 5 Oo Hill Nathan 1 lot 535 Haines AllieM n r 1 lot 6 C5 Irvine Joo 1 lot 7 o5 Jnrman Robt Sr C 5o Jackson Bettia bra 1 lot 2 Co Johnson Casa 1 lot 6 65 Tones RIchard n r 1 lot 4 35 LevelMaryDnrllot V J 9o Martin Humphrey 1 lot 475 Martin Abner 3 lots v 5 35 it lartlnIryine 7 05 Mason Manah 1 lot 4 35 Mason Millie 1 lot 3 75 Male Llda 1 lot 3 oo Miller Harrison n rl lot 5 5o Miller Jackson 1 lot C 4o Miller T B and wife 1 Ipf r 4 35 Miller T D aeent Join Camp bell hrs 1 lot 3 oo Moss Millie hrs 1 lot 4 9o Mundy Wm 2 lots 5 9o- Mnnsey Sallie 1 lot 3 2o Noland Sealie lot 4 9o Owen Green 1 lot 6 50 Parks Georgia Ann 1 lot 5 60 Palmer Jas 1 lot 5 Do Phelps Sam 1 lot 7 o5 Phelps Jennie 1 lot 13 7o Phelps Win 1 lot 4 75 Postell Peter n r 1 lot 3 2o Rice iso 1 lot 6 Bo Rice Belle assent for C Donahue 1 lot r 375 Robinson Plaisay 1 lot 3 75 Rhodes Dave and wife 1 lot 6 5o Rhodes Sarah 2 acres 4 35 Scluibner Susan 1 lot 4 35- hepherd Harry 1 lot 5 35- hepherd Chas Sr 1 lot 5 00- hepherd Rena 1 lot 3 2o Shearer Mary 1 lot 3 95 Smith Ella 1 lot 3 75 Smitli Cassa 1 lot 5 5o Smallwood Chris 1 lot 4 35 Stone Fred Bl lot 535 Stone Minerva 1 lot 4 lo Stone Irene 1 lot 435 Terrill Nannie 1 lot 4 9o Tevis Cassa 1 Jot 5 50 rood JaaCl lot 585 Tomblin Henry 1 lot 5 35 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 4 9o Tribble Mose agent John Trib ble 1 lot 4 9o Tribble John Henry 3o acres 475 Turner Dan hrs 1 lot 6 oo Turner Mattie 1 lotj75 Turley Mary and Alice 1 lot 4 80 Tye Wm 1 lot 5 35 Tribune Mary nr2 lots 6 oo Walker Richard 1 lot 4 35 Walker Speed S 78 acres lo oo Walker Robt 1 lot 7 o5 Walker Susan 1 lot 3 2o Walker Ed Hot i 7 05 Walker Thos hrs 4 35 Wells Nelson 1 lot C 85 White David 1 lot 4 35 White Rose Hot 3 2o White Jas Sri lot 4 C5 White Narcis lot 5 50 Willis Edna 1 lot 3 7t Williams Luke 2 lots 9 5o Winkfleld Hot 475 Vinkfleld Millie Hot 6 oo Yates Maggiellot 550P- OXTOWN so 2 Benton Jordon 25 acres 6 Eo Chenault Wyatt 1 acre 3 85 Chenault Dean 24 acres 9 Co Chenault Jas 1 acre 4 15 Chenault Sam 2 acres 3 95 Chenault Chas n r 8 acres 3 2o Chenault John 2 acres 4 75 Chenault Stauter 7 acres 4 75 Chenault Len 2o acres 5 9o Chenault Lstcher 7 acres 4 75 Cosby Simon 1 acre 4 15 Fox Mark 2 acres 4 oo Fox Amanda 1 acre 2 3o Hill Joe 3 acres1 475 Jones Perry 20 acres 5 9o Jones Rachel 12 acres 4 95 Langford Amos 4 acres 5 Do Mitchell Mary hrs 22 acres 4 35 Miller Sam UT 2 acres 3 i5 Smith Hurrett 6 acres 3 So White Andy Sacres 4 75 UNION NO 3 Ballew Frank hrs 15 acres 3 oo Brooks Wm 21 acres 5 oo Covington Robt 1 acre 5 35 Collins Jerry 1 acre 4 oo Doty Chris 1 acre 4 15 Douthet Marttiy 2 acres 3 2o Estill Dollie 1 acre 2 Go Green Lucy 15 acres l 4 35 Hatter Agio 1 acre 2 Go Hocker Wm 4 acres 4 75 Mayo Leander 1 acre 4 15 Miller June acres 9 5o Parrish Geo 3 acres 4 15 Pinksten Rachel lo acres 3 2o- Pinkstnn Morace 3 acres 4 15 Reed robitha acres 3 20I 75YatesELLISTON NO4 Ballew Jake 4 acres 4 75 Bates Patsey hrs 3 acres 2 4o 60BrowingButler Thos 1 acre 4 lo THE 8151- MEDICINE f01fWOMIN If are nervous end tired out- continually you could have no approachof unbearablGardmnow tortoringpainsleucorrhoea unfailingma brought hundreds of thousands of youWine out hl1ervousafromquicklrdevelopiD8 olWanedea1erdoeol not it send the AdvisoryDeptm Tena sad te- medtcme will be sent you WINE ifJ AA ftLI ioo t- 1C u STORKTIM1E to inost women is ajtcnn of anxiety seri us iiought- nda sweet anticipation With the cessatioi of necessary to childbirth- there comes calm nerves sleep and recuperation MOTHERSFRIENI does diminish tilt pain accompanying maternity With its is can and do bring healthy sweet disposthonedJ and ideal to the Morning sickness sore breasts and excruciating pains caused by the gradually expanding organs are penetrating and relaxing liniment- Among the aids to childbirth Mothers Friend has grown in popularity and gained a prestige among women as well as found and welcomed in the mansion as ellas in the cabin By 1cssenin theinothers agontofmind a diminishing pain abeautifulinfluencelis wrought upon the youhaveing a blessing ever to you and its country tWriteTHE BBADFIELD REGULATOR Co AlltfiU kfc Crocket Henry ar 3 acres 2 60 Coyington Howtird Lrs 2 acres 2 75 Dlllin ham Arch 7 acres 5 35 Dunson Geo 10 ftcres 3 85 Ellis Daniel 24 acres 4 75 Francis Wm 2 acres 4 15 Goodloe Mary nr 2o acres 4 35 Harris Emily 47 acres 5 5o Hocker Mary 3 acres 2 60 Irvine Christopher 7 acres 5 35 Jackson Simon 2 acres 4 10 Kavanaugh Jerry 3 acres 3 95 Manpin Mary 1 acre 3 2o Oldham Aarriet 8 acres 3 2o Parks John 2 acres 4 15 Phelps Fannie 23 acres 4 4o Royston Angelina 15 acres 5 5o Todd Rhodes Cl acres 7 o5 Watts Frank 8 acres G on Yates Taylor 10 acres 4 75 YATES No5 Buford Geo 3 acres 4 75 Ulienault Hoy fi acrrs 5 35 Cornelison Howard 32 acres 7 do Harris H andTabitha 1 acre 2 75 Hocker Hebeca 26 acres 4 9o Maupin Chas 1 acre 3 85 McCofd Joshua 2o acres 6 65 Thomas Henry 12 acres 5 10 White Semira 5 acres 3 oo Yates Henry lira 21 acres 4 9o GLADE NO 6 Ballard Fred 1 acre 4 15 Ballard Lidia 1 lot G oo Best Elijah 15 acres 5 lo Bennett WWII r2 acres 2 Go Bennett Ike 1 acm4 15 Ballard Howard 1 lot 4 75 Brooks Humphry acre 5 35 Bronaugh Nancy T9 acres 3 lo- Bmrnam ChasJ 6 acres 7 o5 Burnam James G acres 7 o5 Campbell Amiindal acre 3 80 Campbell Cora 8 acres 6 5Ii Campbell Gree 1 acre 5 35 Chambers Ben 4 acres 7 o5 Denham Jerry 13 acres 5 9o- Diggs Sidney 13 acres 5 35 Elmore John 6 acres 5 75 Ealey Dan 2 acres 4 75 Farris Millie t acre 2 5o Farris John 4 acres 335 Fife Harry 4 acres 7 oo Francis Sam 1 acre 4 75 Gentry Sam 18 acres 5 9o Haley America 1 acre 4 9o Hood Nathan 1 lot 4 75 JJenkins Ed 34 acres 15 oo Martin Ben 3acres 5 35 Martin Lewis 3 acres 5 9o Martin Sarah 3 acres 4 35 Miller A C n r 1 lot 26q Miller Smith S acres 3 35 Miller Isaac 1 acre 3 75 Newland Dan 1 acre 4 5o Parks John F 1 acre 4 65 Paturn Frank 1 acre 4 65 Rash Wm 26 acres 6 5o Rice Sallie 1 lot 2 7o Rice Perry 1 Jot 4 75 Shearer John adm of Mariam Shearer 12 acres 6 9o Shearer Beard 1 acre 3 35 Simpson Silas adm Eliz John son 1 acre 2 80v Tevis Henry l acres 3 85 Tribble Troy acres 4 65 Warner Robt 1 acre 475 Walker John l lot 475 Walker Spencer 1 acre 4 65 Walker Peter 9 acres 5 35 West Dovey lot 3 2o White Wm 4 acres 535 Wilmore Geo 7 acres 5 3iI KIUKSILLE No7 BrookR Jack 1 acre 4 15 Campbell Edna 2 acres 3 2o Cousins Irvine 92 acres 35 o5 Denny Dock 1 acre 465 Denny Gee aduir ot Martha Denny 23 ncres lo oo Duerson Taylor 1 acre 4 65 Durson Harry 17 acres 820 Elmore Mary 2 acres 4 35 Embry Wyatt 10acres lo oo Floyd Mitchell 2 acres 5 9o Haines Gee s Maroline 75 acres 24 15 HoilinsworthBere 1 acre 5 5o Lewis Dave 4i acres 11 So Miller Sam 6 ncres 64o Paterson nancy 1 acre 2 Go Prewitt Geo John 2 acres 2 60 Richardson Henry nr 1 lot 4 35 Schooler Vm 1 acre 465 Turner Tom Nacres 5 9o Turner Sam 6 acres 5 35 MILLION NO 8 Bates Mille tacres 4 15 Bogie Jason li acre 4 75 Broaddns Phl 1 lot 395 Cosby Jas 1 acre 4 45 Fife Chas 23 acres 8 95 Fife Irvine 18 acres 8 2o Green Loyd 4 acres 4 lo Jones AV Si jot 4 Mondy Tobei lot 4 MnndylEastel lot 3 2o Mundy Joelljlot 4 lo ParkMat1aite 3 85 Reynolds flajry 2 lots 8 oo 85Turner95Warren20WillisD WJ TRIBBLE ANDhREAL ESTATE AGENT Your k1siu Solicited i8 tioc Guarante- edIGHMoto JET 1PM Number one as- l1w atoroib It bil 8fljPD n caf AI DEPOSITION OF SAM FIELD i He It On of the Wftn SM8 Who It AiieflwiWere Enticed Away Ir Winchester Ky Feb lOThe dep osition of Sam Fields was taken He was one of the witnesses whoit Is alleged were enticed away from here during the MarcumHargis trial and Is now under arrest for contempt ot tiInand that all the expenses were paid by Feltner Sheriff McCord received from the circuit clerk of Breathltt county a warrant of arrest for Mos Feltner It was Issued at the request ot S H Hurst who Is his bondsman for 5000 for his appearance at Jack son to be tried for the killing of Jesso Fields and Hurst desired to be releas ed from this bondtCircuit Judge Benton has stal that so long as the prisoners are In the custody of the Clark county offl cars they shall not be taken to Jackson Feltner will therefore not at tempt to give bond It is rumored that troops will be sked for when Feltner is taken totfor trial In a few weeks THE KENTUCKY RIVER Lumbermen Threatened With Heavy Loss By Sudden Rise Beattyvllle Ky Feb 10Thero Is now a sevenfoot stage In the South Fork of Kentucky river Over 3000 ogs are passing per hour with many oose rafts The river Is filled with Ice and heavy losses are expected Reports received here from Hazard and Jackson say the Ice is broken at- hose points and the river is filled with loose logs and rafts This Is tho first rise In the river for 14 months and the lumbermen bave been watch the tide with much Interest Logs ling at 3000000 will go out on the tide It Is feared the lumbermen will lose at least 50 per cent and proba bly all the logs Old rivermen here say that such conditions have not ex- Isted since 1879 when the booms all along the river were broken by the ice RESISTED ARREST Five Holes Shot Through a Negro Who Tried To Kill a Deputy Burkesvllle Ky Feb lOW llo resisting arrest Lewis Fhilpot a Negro was killed at Willis creek by Jack Gwinn a deputy sheriff Gwinn was attempting to arrest Fhilpot on a war rant for breach of peace when he cut at the officer with his pocket knife Another Negro came to help take Fhilpot and in the fight that followed Philpot was shot five times Every ball passed entirely through the Negros body and death was instanta neous Kentucky Horse Sales Lexington Ky Feb 10At the Clowlng auction of the Kentucky Sales Co 60 head of trotters averaged 420323 During the week 276 head were sold for 83425 The top price was 1200 for the Veteran ch g 4 by Dlrectum Boy dam Ozila bought by Warren Bacon Paris Ky They Scared the Passengers Olive HUI Ky Feb 10 George Abrahams and Lane Tabor while in toxicated amused themselves by shooting through the windows of a passenger train Tho passengers were scared but no one was hurt The men were arrested when tho train arrived here In the Governors Hands Frankfort Ky Feb 10The read- Ing and comparing in open session the bill locating the new statehouse en the Hunt site was all the work the legislature had to do and adjourned sine die The bill is now in the governors hands He will approve It A Destructive Tide Jackson Ky Feb 10The long lookedfor tide in the Kentucky river has come bringing with it destruc tion to the Interests of mill men and dealers In saw logs along the Ken tucky river The river Is filled with driftwood saw iss and Ice DR LAN1JMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday Feb 8 1905 DENTAL SUEGEBY Or OaUxvXwve V tODSOt DBNTIIIT or Louiaviiin KY BuUdlngIchmBndnOTl7ly a vM Blanton DENTIST a3Omc in Bennett Building IJanly TELEPHONE 196 Strayed A black steer weight about 600 Ibs Liberal reward for return of same to E Deatherage Richmond Ky We have never shown a larger stock of Carriages Surries Buggies and runa bouts than we now have on display in our show room It will pay you to ex amine them before buying We also do repairing and rejoining in best nan tiers at moderate prices The best rub ber tire applyed and guaranteed Ifor one year Call and see us Richmond Carriage Works 8 L MidkiffPdoz 81 0 SW Historic and Picturesque Route to NEWYOqK via Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia Stopover privileges on all Firstclass Tickets 3 Elegant Vestibuled Trains andalIoEthemdaiIy Coaches with high lack seats Pullman drawing room sleepers Observation sleepIng cars Companys own dining ear service Meals served a la carte See AllogkinyMountains pers Ferry the Potomac rlyer anti the JfatioBal Capitol ICMreotKntkHts QaXeC 1 A ta CS ll OItIe f y LJII 0eB rs Kidney Pills Free Afoll W box ol DeBells Kidney Pills willbe sent to any sufferer on re quest They are the only positive cure in the world for kidney trouble we want yor to try them Send tor a box today absolutely free O W Bergs Sons Co 3038 Union Park Place Chicago Ill 1m grafting wax made now will aave- tlmeorroakitig it in a more hurrying season A Costly Mistake Blundisrs are some tunes very expen eive Occasionally life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for dyspepsia dizzinps headache liver or bowel troubles They are genie yet thorough 25c at R C Stoc- konsdrugstore 1m For Sale Property advertisedunder his head is not charged for unless sale is made For com plete particulars call on or ad dress The Climax Printing Co Richmond Ky No1No3 No5 NoSNo7 No8 No No 10 No11No No 16 No 17 No 18 No 19 No 20 No 23 No 25 No 26 No 27 No 28 No 30 No 31 2 No 32 r No 33 No 34 nil nce Pries No 35 A twostory frame resIdence contAIn- ing 6 rooms and two balls in Richmond Ky Lot feet small barn Price 1000 less than original cost Two nice residences near Main street and only three squares from court house A more desirable location for an ideal home could not he found These residences will be sold at a bar- gaIn 5120 will buy a good town lot 40x200 town lot on good street 40x 200 feet Price ISO Good grazing and grain producing farm containing 200 acres Oood residence barn and other outbuildings Price 1200 Good farm containing about 130 acres Mm and other im provementsIn flue locality Price 2soo- Farm containing 100 acres well fenced but with no other improve ments Can be bought in connection with No 8 Price 1600 Four cottages on nice street well improved Price 1000 each lood cottage in firstclass condition isterd etc Price 500 Good lot suitable for business house can be bought cheap A four room cottage and seven acres of land Sve ares In grass and two in garden good orchard nut crape arbor nil necessary ont buildings This property is situated in n thriving villnge where churches unH schools are convenient Price 500 One of the nicest residences In Richmond containing eight rooms cityLotA twostory residence in good neighborhood Lot 120x130 feet All necessary outbuilding Price 2800A residence for AnY ona desir ing nn ideal home One rf the beat constructed buildings In Richmond well improved Price 2200 neIghborhoodNice residence on a 4acre lot con taining seven rooms and two porches Mtnated In bEt residence portion of Stable coal honMe and all other necessary out bnlld anyoueollrlng Farm containing 90V acres eight miles from this city This land is all in grass and is Al good farm and is well watered There Is on this land a small residence ad other LocalitytFlour and grist mill Anderson county 83bnrrel capacity Building is 3 stories covered with iron tult S years ago Steam and water power the latter three months of the year It Is nn nptodate Roller Mill with burrs fqr corn and meal bolt 14 acres with the mill Inclnrl ine whnt U with the house of 6 rooms All forJftSO or 5500 for the mill and the acres Onehalf cash Has tine trade No milt in 10 miles Also n KObnrrel mill in Mercer connty Ky on fait river 8te m power new uptodate In every particular and good dwelling with improvements and 20 acres of fine land Close to Southern railroad Price Also acres of Florida land in Mannvllel on railroad Street throneh place leaving 5 ncres on one side with 2story 5room house and oranges neache penn plum grapes bearing and 6 acres on oth er side with 6room 1story honse oranges peaches nears plums gropes etc all for 2900 or the 6 acres for or the 5 acres for twostory frame dwel low containing eight rooms two halls bath rooms with hot and coldwater basement under entire house good yard and all necessary outbuildings Best location in Richmond for boarding house 148 acres Mercer cnuntv lana In2oO yards of pike room 2storr house tenant honsta large barn abundant water 7000 acres in 3 miles of Htrrrodsbnrg on pike good lan1 in roSin brick sidence excellent barns elS Will grow hemp etc pr acre countyflneresidence excellent barn fine running water Price 85 an acre As good as any 100 land oftRichmond Nice Yard garden and sary outbuildings Great bargain LeeIBeattyYlIIlwithintract contains 400 acres of land more or less Will sell out right leaser exchange for improved farm land KeutuekvTriaquality of coal Same vein a s the 10locationetc Will sell at a bargain if dis particulars 1905 The Popular J905 Big 4 Linesinmoneybeenperfection ana their equipment Includes everything of the best and latest designsThrough Sleeping Car Lines from the commodious Central Union Station in tbd heart of Cincinnati to StChicagoPeoria Detroit Cleveland Buffalo Boston and New York Trains leave Cincinnati MornIng Noon and Night forthe abovt and many other Cities making direct con nections with all railway and steamer lines through the best terminals Fnrdetailed information call at Ticket OtQce Ingalls Building Fourth Vine tincinnatior address WaireaJLyncn Gen Pass Ticket AgL IElRteTtS Gen Southern A Cincinnati Ohio W L Brawlty Tray Pass Agent- Chattanooga Tenn = =M4f ClLL AT ++ ++ JONES MERSHONS SALOON PARLOR TOWIcd91estandmostrefrEishing f drinks that can be found dispensedM Jj TipiIP1tfle3 ItJiI r 0 0 iI II Iv IJ J D Arbuckle C E Douglas G D Simmons An Announcement to the Public January 1st 05 Arbuckle Simmons were succeeded bjO E Douglas Co The firm will be composed of the three above persons who will be pleased to have their friends call and see them at the same old stand We want to sao to the public that we now have our stock complete We have received a car load of genuine Frost Coiled Spring Steel Wire a car load of the best Wagons made The Studebaker a car load of Olympic Diamond Ranges We wadt to further say that we buy most of our wire wagons and stoves in car load lots and if you will come to see us we can sell you the best goods for as little or less vingComeTinwoik and Guttering and Spouting we make a specialty of Would be pleased to have you let us do your work or give you an estimate Respectfully yours C E DOlIglos Co Richmond Ky SPECIAL RATESvia Illinois Central Railroad NEW ORLEANS and return account Mardi Gras March 1 to 6 inclusive CALIFORNIA and the colonistsMarch excursionslessIndian Territory Oklahoma Arkansas Texas etc home 21OneOnly line running through personally conducted excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Roundtrip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesday ill each month to the Southand Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas For through rate tickets and rates free copies of folders descriptive of California and New Orleans apply to nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky Stoves T Stoves IHeat your Housz with- aMoores Heater Wo are headquarters for Heating Stoves We han jtile Moores Air Tijrht Hea ter the only Double Hea atsuchthe Coles Hot Blast Cy clone Hot Blast Radiant a Home Hot Blast and small Stoves of every kiudat very low prjcs for the present It will pay you 3buyjjHll your attention to ourtline of 3 Enamel Ware We have this Ware in rev jjral colors but we es pecially want to callyour attention to our lino of im ported a White Steel China WareV Which Iselling DOShockelfordCu n 0c