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Iii I J THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 32RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13 1905 NUMBER 30 r o 1Q a o 0 0 to 0 0 a o I3 0 0 L- 46Youll Ben I 8Ahead r f J t DOLLARS i V Y V V V V Y Y Y Yk Y Y Y Y Y I Yai J OJ JoLo WATSON 18 and 20 North UpperLEXINGTON M Railroad Fare Paid Come to Lexington and do your shopping Youtorth 250CRyour fare paid one way toYCustom offerings for the present season eclipse any ever known in our Our work Exclusive The excellence of matersals and the superb house in beaut excellence discernible CORRECT COATS manship are readily We ennal our present stylesto nl heeomlnncI there bas never been an handsomeeatl to 71 1I104y Dresses Very rt thm itS low as IO lip tll Long Coat Suits ut the price 4200 to 3fiOO For qllfiliH oat irs uev nnegfatn4 ofgant nodal mademuch priuudof higherstyles copioslOO Spuial popular A bigger barcost stjloslongNew Gray Checks and mixtures Iihllvilltl was offered Fur u lfigh nlus Suit made of imported tweeds J sad broadcloth 2600 really worth 3500 Fine Skirts Cheviot and Sr e full plaited gored and circular male of all wool Pininia Coats and styles sll new Special 360 A special offering of Hue Ktckwear Black Lynx Stoles Stoles 65 inches long value 3500 Liepsic dyed black Lynx straight Mink Boas trimmed with tails and DoubleNatural Mink Sets2500 claws IHOO and 4 2000 MutTs to match Isabella and Sable Fox Pelerine matchMuffs to Double Baas 1450 1500 and 2500 Large square and 35 00 and 4500 FurAlaska French Seal OJRts equal in appearonce to Lined Coats 3500 Dressy Dress Goods Panamas Serges Crepe de of correctly stylishassortmentA superb assortment Paris Eolienes Henriettas Drap de ete in a wide and comploteOcolor 75c to 150 Dressy silks shades and Novelty Printedand streetand Taffeta eveningBoth Chiffon oltucts Ofi0 and satisfyingSilks In neable qualitiesWarp Pompadour finish and perfect to 150 per yard Black Itut1lngTalTuta black 36 inches wide 08c well worth 135- Merode Underwear at Special Prices Underwear rand silk finished Ladies heavy ribbed white cotton lleecet 100 MissesSuits50c UnionCovers all sizesVests Pants and Corset Union Suits and Separate garments Glove Departments Specials showing all the new fall- shades Gloves Our own importation of high grade Kid in reputable makes 100 150 and 200 Womens Hosiery lull regular made 25c These are all just right in quality style price and three pairs for 100 Shapely Corsets here from the Newformmakes areof all the bestj AH the best Corsets Lace Puitz and H W G All size Celebrated frontand Erect to the Blankets and Comforts Blankets 1 14 large 500 and 600 per pair Cotton Comforts I iFioo size 150 to 2 50 cotton perfectly clean Large DressmakingMrs Pendleton in Charge J L Watson The 20th Century Laurel fleate for Soft Coal or Slack Lignite or Wood The testimony ef thousands is These Heaters with soft coal equa a bascburner with hard coal LiorBurnsSoot Fitted with Laurel Pouch Feed and Poker door Has the 20th Century Laurel Fuelsaving Firepot Heats the Floor- CleanFuelsavingHandsome and Everlasting All soft coal objections overcome If you are going to buy a heating stove it will be worth your while to examine these heaters and their special features The Firepot is guaranteed for Five Years r Oa 8 Shockeliord CO MY NAME IS TIiLJRMAIV t On Sausage Row I And Buys W W 1 BALL STICKS TO HEDGEHOG Tennis Player Makes Star Drive and Is Surprised to See Sphere MovISjThrough Undergrowth e Bemis MeMrs J T Hackley oriiBrookline Mass who bas been spend ing the summer at a camp nn Lake Han eJcy Is an enthusiastic tennis tplayer and spent a part of nearly every morning on a court Lullt by clearing off a section of wood justback or the ramp Throe sides of the court were thickly forested and balls were frequently lost In the undergrowth l shall hunt fur the next ball until find IL said Mrs Hackley and true to her word she devoted nearly an hour to searching tor the sphere which a strong drive sent into the for est She was almost on the point of giv leg up when she saw the ball nJstlnR on what she thought was a bed or gray moss She reached for It and the ball moved She was startled but thinking she had been mistaken cnn again reached forward This time theIball again slipped out of her and her hand came down on the back of a hedgehog with enough force to drive 100 quills Into the tender flesh Blood poison set In but prompt medical attendance prevented It from becoming general New Road to Glory The poison squad are now to he fed on coldstorage food Their ob servations and reports on their diet will be anything but of comIIpolng the cause of duty they are the first to be willing to eat themselves to death to serve their country Values of Moths national museum has a collec IThe moths which it values at 1000 They must have been fed on the choicest kino of stuffIRC Couple Who Eloped in 1871 Just Married in IowaOne 75 the Other 62 DCS Moines laAfter living for 34 years with the servant girl with whom be eloped back In Ohio in 1871 a di vorce from his deserted wife Just having been obtained George M Wilson of Seymour aged 75 has married Re- becca S Farmer aged C2 The news was communicated to the pension once to settle a controversy which has arisen as to whether the de serted wife in Ohio is entitled to a widows pension which she claimed supposing her husband to be dead Wilson was not located until a few months ago when the pension department found that he was alive at Sey four and living with Miss Farmer although his wife was collecting a pension in Ohio His two grownup 1 laughters came to Seymour to entreat him to return ten he refused The rife then suns for ilivoiro it was se nre l snJ 1Ct1on has now married his red rarar0 r Boarding Hnnse For Rent Hack of Wines tit Creekmores drug store Main at Address Miss A C BccitAifAN Richmond Ky = i For Thin- Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why babies are fat If your aby is scrawny Scotts Emulsion is what he wants The healthy baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle Fat babies are happy they do not cry theyare rich their fat is laid up for time of need They are happy because they are comfortable The fat surrounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every Theybdelight in Scotts Emulsion It is as sweet as wholesome to them Send for free sample 1thewrapper of erery bottle ofI bEmulsion you buy Scott tr Boon ifChemists 409415 Pearl Street yem rid L 80s and 5 M gl1lHI iMN in o I3 Q fa 1I3 13 F3 o cf o d o Q o o 11 Q E3 E3 Q Q Q iU D I3 LQ Q 0t COAT1nvestingor an Overcoaf for yourself and that boy H Ifj LACKEY HAMILTON = Corner First and Main Streets RlCmIOND KENTUCKY Y Y Y Y Y Y T y y Y Y W TY Y Y Y IW W 6 e azdI t fd=1fi Absolutely Pure- A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER I makes the most delicious l and healthful hot breads biscuit and cakeiFREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID No other baking preparation or powder has equal leavening strength or healthful qualitiesC ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK antee PANFUL PERIODS Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from painful periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness f dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living take YineojrdUi r Womans Relief- It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en riches the blood strengthens the constitution and permjngntirnn esall dikeased conditions from which- weaK women suuei It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confidence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice in plain sealed envelope Address La dies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn I SUFFERED GREATLY Iwrites Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle vIew No Ct at my monthly periods my life but the first bottle of Car dui gave me wonderful relief and now I am in better health than I have been for a long time thi TTYr L W 1 A We are Bound iI0 to keep Im Your Trade IThe advance business for fall has be The opportunity for special bargains andr a nice selections from new stock is now I Y- OU1Furniture 1 Carpets and IMattings v ii and if the goods suit we make the price isuit W S OLOHAM 11 i RICHMOND 9 KY rY Yw lAyers Pills The great rule of health Keep the bowels regular And the medicine JCAyorCoAyCr Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAMS DYE beautiful torOWH OF rlCh black Use nmmor8VcaisaGriuutcaiuimuBB your Job Printing to thi Bring ofce IIyc i 6W r 1FURSAT I I IAnot hH clectMved by words See fur yourself Our Furs are well made rte give value received every time Our knowledge and guaranteed I Lack of it at Reduced Prices tRepairing and Remodeling a Specialty I LowenthalFURRIER 1 Favette Phone 1162 222 W Main Street LEXINGTON KY JgCtIIie g to f RESTORATIVECURES NERVOUS DEBILITY Tdmentandaorta and IWesmttheLsergoomaaTo tth y mentalderecopmentnn RerreeurestrouWeadutonerreaKqaallrirocdIncelLOOaboz Sit for postpaid with ato refund If not PErrCR MEDICAl IAnoRMCiNUaourA For sale by E C Wines LEWIS B HERRINGTON LAWYER Office over Taylors Hardware Store Phone 582 RICHMOND KY D Y ij VI ANT A H MB1 If PO we can furnish yon onlanykind you want We have for sale a treat variety of farms dwelling houses business housed and business propositions If You Want a Farm write us what kind of a place you are looking forwhat size what improve ments where located how much you are willing to invest and any other pertinent information We have farms of all sizes character and prices and we are certain to interest you if you are on the market A postal card will bring you one of our printed lists Central Kentucky Real Estate Co R E YOUNG SIt Pres Lebanon Ky m u o 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 o o o a o r Cloak or Furs for your wife and daughter a Suit of clothes 3ltt ti I Ir l Y nil are WJ A A A AG A A ao1te r i Goods For X M A 1s- h I y tcan now be found at our store U We have just received the nicest line of all I I goods to be used in the house during the holiday Jseason J Fresh Raisins Figs Dates x and r Jall the i n i Christmas line ofJ + fill Queensware is one of the most beautiful and complete to be J j found in Central ti t KentuckytWe also carry the celebrated Kanawha Salt J- f the best that can be had fat preserving meat tJ t J Call and look over our stock before making a pur fty chases in anything in our line tl tIilkCovington Arnold Bro Main StreetsrH you dont believe the Climax are a good paper read hertf L II X IC IeIIeIeTeX q ei RTP- L IA4 Ir ill IIr1 iiI UIlu U b III TO lulL BUSINESS II I My Entire Stock of Goods Must be Sold by January lst r II REBARULESS 0 COST- s 1 it II l- iiam 11 I I 1t c JfI I s r i tIrd 1ftv Look Us Up WHEN YOU WANT Roughand Dressed Lumber Doors Sash Ceiling Flooring ShinglesLaths ED BL4NTON t GO Mill and Yard 3rd street opp L A Depot Phone 425 The Richmond Climax VUBII8UKU EVERY WEDJJRHDAT BY The Climax Printing Co Incorporated D MILLER Editor Manager Member Ky Preis Association and = PRICE 100 PER YEAR IS ADVANCE Rates For Political Announcements J Offices s 5 or 0PrIIiForEor Curds per line For all In the of In divlcla il or expression of Indhld- ual views per IIne Invariably Cash with order WEDNESDAY DEO 13 190 PERSONAL Elitor A D Miller was in Ver stilt lust Friday Mrs Will D Oldham of Lexington has been visiting Mrs G G Prewitt Mrs Oscar Parkes Is in Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather The Cecilian Club will meet wit-b MM A R Burnam this afternoou 230 Mrs II H Barkloyof Maysville has been visiting Dr and Mrs O E Smoot Miss Grace Smith will come soon for a visit to her sister Mrs B II Luxon Miss Hester Covington has twon visiting Miss Emma look in Kicho lasville Mrs William Crowe has heen visitn ing her son Rev William Frankfort Mrs Mary Betts of Clark County spent Sunday with Dr T J Taylor nod family Misses Lticile end Iananne Collins have been in Winchester visiiiup Mrs C U McCord Mesdames W W Burgin and L S Kder are at hume trom a visit to rel atives in Crab Orchard Miss Sallie Adams and Mrs Patti Engleman of Lancatur have been visiting Mrs Ed Norris Miss Sallie Rucker will entertain the Epivorth League of the Methodist Church next Friday evening Mrs R K L Reynolds has returned to Lexington after a pleasant visit Mrs Elmer Deutherage here Mr P F Adams Jr has been assigned to revenue duty atOdar Brook distillery near Lawruucotnirg Editor R S Crowe of the Boatty vile SwrJ spunt Saturday and Sun lay with his mother in this city Rev F N Hill will holdregular services at the Cnurcb next Sunday morning and evening Mrs Kate Williams of College Hill was called to Somerset by the serious illness of her siser Mrs S G Cun ditt Miss Nannie Hunt Powell returned to Science Hill Monday after a few days visit to LoulsvilleShelby Sen tinelDr W M Gibson and Messrs William Gould Race Crcekiuore JOt huntingin daughtorpurchasedfrom Dr and Mrs G W Evans ml Miss Curraleen Sn fe gqtir P U flIo HhTy thteirMr and Mrs John J Craigs golden wedding Mrs D M Lackeyof Lancaster has been the guest of Colonel and Mrs J W Caporon at their beauti ful suburban home Blair Park Dr T Park Gardner and mother of Irvine spent Monday night with Mr and Mrs A U Miller enroute to Florida to spend the winter with Mr Joe S Gatdner and family Mr W A Henderson who for some time past has been the efficient cashier for the Telephone Company in this city has resigned His place will be title by Mr L C Johnson of Nashville Tunn Miss Sarah Goodloe B nton his as Hows This We oUr Ole Hundred Dollars Re ward for anv case of Catarrh that can not be cured hv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and be tillbusinessable to carry out any obligations uiade bv his firm WALUIXO KiNNAN MAKXIX 0HallsIn ternally acting directly upon the blood ystemTOiltimol1lal bottle Suit by all DrucKfels tolstipatinn Ayers For hard colds bronchitis asthma and coughs of all kinds you cannot take any thing better than Ay- ersCherry PectoralCherry own doctor if this is not so He uses it He understands why it soothes and heals I had a terrible cough for weeks Then I took Ayers Clierrr IVctoral and only one bottle MRS J It WiT St Jo ephMlch 2SeMc c YEn co Iwell firWIItRfor CoughsColds lYou will hasten recovery by tak Jn2 one of Ayers Pills at bedtime her guest Miss Mary Barrett Smith of Richmond Miss Benton enter tained Saturday eveniig in her honor witha delightful luncheon Win chster Democrat The Muskogee I T Phoenix of December 7th contained the f611ow leg personal liss Macey Ferris and Messrs T J Curtis and J B Walker of Richmond Kyarrived in Rndnseveral weeks WashingtonIowa friends Mr Shearer is a fomer Madison county man but has been yearsandwestern home Miss Lucile Turner received an average of 991 out of a possible 100on tmcr report fr November at West Er Printi II gh School New York he received IUO on eight subjects 99 on two 98 on two absent twice tardy none Who can beat that Mr and Mrs J W Zaringvho have been spending some time with their daughter Mrs J D Allen in Carlisle wore in Richmond last week preparatory to leaving for the South whore tlwv will remain Until April on accountof Mr Zarings health Mrs Thomas J Smith Jr enter tamed last Thulsllayevenln at dinner in of Miss aura Buniintt the bride of this week The out of town guests were Mrs Paul Collins of Bel ingham Washington and Mrs 3 U Cronshaw of Richmond Va Mr C E Woods has been chosen to deliver the address of welcome to the Biptist State Convention to be held bere next This Jargo and- distinguished hotly of churchmen se meetingIipon Rev Geo W Shepherd the much loved pastor of the Baptist Churcll here ExSheriff N B Deatherage of Richmond was in the city Tuesday en route to Winchester he has been summoned as n character witness in the William Olark murder comra Uiuhmoml augurs well for the fiitur t pro pel ity of that little city and the promoters have hopes of securing a number of manufacturing plants Lexington newlyelectedthe city Tuesday Mr Woods had no opposition in his race which like that if District Attorney Jerome in Now popularitvI number of reforms for bis town and wjth a council in harmony with him treat things are of his ad ministration Mayor Woods Is Grand Recorder of the Sigma Nn Fraternity mayfrienllsubstLexingtonLmd A wedding of much interest f social circles here is that of Miss Laura Clay Bennett and Mr Erskins Russeil Garland of Huntington West Virginia which will be celebrated to morrow at noon at the residence of the brides parents on West Mats street Mica Bennett is the fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ben nett and has long been asocial avor ito here She is a granddaughter of the late Gen Cussius M Clav the prominentfamilyMr Garland is one of Huntingtons most prominent young men Tomorrows wedding will remove from Rich mondone of her most Iladiesgret to give her up but at the same time are showering congratulations npon the happy young couple so soon to be one They will go to Huntington to reside Xmas at Cut Rate Grocery Large sweet orangts 28c per dozen best Patent flour 72c sack meal i bu 35c Eggs 27Jc per dozen Visit our store and our polite clerks will gladly give you prices that will save you 20 cents on the collar Respectfully D C WIGGINS MIr Second street Phone 580 Anything in Rochestor ware wearsIhvell For sale by O E Douglas t1pnl3 3 t Now For Those Xmas Presents All the energies of our buyers have been directed for the acceptablelotsales floors are taking on the appearance of Fairyland Make your selections early while stocks are bright and careforThe Merchants Association will your round trip fare if your cash purchases amount to 25 or more o J A A To the Loyal Women of Richmond and Madison County Circular issued to Wives Commercial Club Members DEAR MADAM The business men mechanics and profes sional men of this city organized a Commercial Club on Thursday night at the Court louse Nearly two hun dred representative citizens signed the roll Your husband or father or some other male member of your home is a member of the Club He joined it with the hope that such an organization might beof great benefit to our cityto secure various kinds of factriesjtp in terest capital in investments in Madison j to encourage immigration to secure better rates upon railroads and improved facilities of travel on those we have to buildup the town by harmonious cooperation among our selves in all commercial and educational mattersall upon the wellrecoguized principle that United We Stand Divided We Falll Now this communication is addressed to you in the hope that the good women of our city will recognize- the oppnrtunity they have to give practical application to the Golden Rule with reference to their Christmas shopping Why go out of Richmond for your purchases Here your husband or brother probably earns his livelihoodEvery dollar spent here does just so much to in crease the paying capacity of this city to the wage earner or the moneylender All are affected directly by the prosperity or ad versity of our various businesses Richmond deserves the patronage of Richmond people first of all I The Holiday season might be made truly a season of rejoicing to our merchants if the gx d women of the town and county who usually go elsewhere for their makingiiCommercial Club by thus cooperating with it to buildup a Greater Richmond Prices were never lower than this year here The merchantswill make especial efforts to please all and prove the wisdom of this appeal to you to stay at home and buy at home and save money for yourself andfor those upon whom rests the hope of Richmond becoming the commercial metropolis of theBlueGrass- as she already is the real Gateway to the Mountains Dont go away from home to hunt trouble or spend money Talk up Richmond I Repectfully T Dec 11 05 Secretary RECIPE FOR KILLING A TOWN Editor Campbell of the Somerset Journal gives the following recipe for killing atown Oppose improvements trade elsewhere ask two prices for your properly dout sub scribe for the home paper but borrow it criticize everything you are not interested in I Madison Institute Notes Miss Anne DeJirnett was the gues of Mrs G P Simmons last Thursday Misses Edna Schlegfll and Julia Whiteand Mr Hedrick took dinner on the Hill Sunday Miss Norval Duerson visited the school last Thursday Miss May James who has been out school for several weeks has returned Miss Eubanlr is giving to the Fri mary and Preparatory Departments especial instructions in tree hand drawing Great interest Is manifested and good work is being done Mrs H B Hanger entertained Mrs White and Miss Alien to dinner on Sunday Mr Will Logan who lies been quite ill for several weeks is slowly improv leg WINDOW GLASS At this time of year is some thing you must have Our stock is the largest in town and our prices are the lowest See us before buying Will ging 209 W Main St In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism- to another when if theywould only eat good food and kepI their uerlfSts 7r with Dr Kingrs New Life dL theVren ls would all pass away rompt and quickcure for liver and stomach trouble 25c at It C Stocktons drug store guar ante d List of Donations The Ladies of the Board wish to thank all those who so generously do nated to the P A C Infirmary on Donation Dav These kindly gifts onlyhelpthey tire given encourages time ladies toI workidozen W S Old ham EnglishCupCnp cud saucerLouis SchlejH Dickersonlatches tientryHogs P Ad cms Jr Bed spread Mrs G D Simmons 2 cans tomatoes and squash Mrs Wil more 6 berry saucers Misses Wilmore 1 gaL Old liourbpn Jones it Mershon lIb coffee Mrs Joe Arnold 25 Ib flourDr Smoot tack salt Elizabeth Smoot I load coalb H Luxon Bro J gal lard Mrs N B Dentlieraiie sack sausape Mrs C D Miller 50 ib flourZarings Mill wineMrs Robert Terrill 1 potatoes1IrsW8mlth J Schiafhansenbu sweet potatoes P F Adams Sr 50 cents CHsh Mr Jas Miller GainesIIload coal Lotcber it Witt Grade A reacher Miss ScnirmierSPotatots Earl RogErs t liar slapkobertCovimmgtoziC Potatoes Annie iaylorSOrunKeH Stell Oran fs Mary Isancs JohnsonFlourJelly Stanlon Hume SSoapJimPTeaEthelRApplesCatherine RRiceLucilleUSUgarJesjeFlour Mary Fowler SAppierEljzibeth BSoapTTPotatoesEthelCoffee Miss Scrtvner Grade BTlacher Miss TraynorFl oP4ttttOcSIayOat meal Cfcil Meeks ceDt Manlia Jones scsrcniJamg Dy M Oat mealLiza Hlonnt OuJrhutCotfee aud rr6 Mnry Abuer Apples Bessie Lackey Apples Lena Jackey YoungRiceCakes Henry Kini Sugar Blaine Isans- StigarSaitmnel iiiith JellyPaul Shaman Soap Jones Tevis SoapEmemit Ptanton Peas Franklin latberaee Apples John MrKinnuv ApplesWill Hnwell Oatmeal Kobcrt Moynelmn Oatmeal Hughowell Potatoes Tom Yairer Onions H Knntz Potatoes Harn Kinne- rGrapenut Clarence Ballard Rice Walter Tin lie Potatoes Georjr Klevins Meal Harry Hronston SRiceShiellwOat mealNeal Brick rutted ijceIarsIis Brucie VeatehiCoffeeMrs OatsA J Lackey Jr y tomatoesMrs7 towels Racket sore 3 CirniClay2nd Grade Teacher Miss McKinney Pillow slips Miss McKiiiner WngeroSoap TeaWilbur Montgomery Rice Sam PowellFlour RiceShearer Cakes Corbin Cain MatchesWiliie Nlsnn Salt and potatoes Claud Oilhu Soap John Hill RiceMary H Enht HunerRiceDouglasSalt SPreservesSalt Herman lniimzs- sApplesShelby Jones VaughnSugar iigor Oatmeal Mattio laatsSSoapNannie B tiainuelsk Soap Elizabeth Miller FlourEmma Bruner Ginger wafer Mary Hammond Oats Pearl Smith Puffed Rice Pearl Anderson Tea Slary Mershon Grade A Teacher Mis Smith PotatoesJohn Masters SugarHarry Warlord Rice Fred Vaughn Matches Speed TevH Oatfl Corbit Hopper Can tomatoes Pates McCoy Oats Edgar Sandlin Oat meal Russell Turpln Oat meal Ji g Uiuncliigiiani Potatoes Norris Oats Maurice Clark Sugar Mary B Wlngate DeathieageJellyApples and rice Frankie KeiH Potatoes Bertha Knim Matches Sarah Adams Oats Elizabeth Term iii Sugar Elizabeth Sinfried Soap Ethel Howell Potatoes Ro a Pearlman s Potatoes Klhol YonmigIsoda Nanuic K Potatoes lilargaret Axhull Rye Mrs Sallie Smith lop and broom Mrs Florence Thorp glHsses jellv Mrs L B Her mgtoFiloal bucket poker and HH rHume ChplwlitPotatoes jlGrade A Teacher Miss t tilerLTowels Mitts Mlllpr n car Freda Powers ats Carrie Allies oUtoes Elma Hicks tRlre j ice Irene Alverson I ice Marietta Ferrill ice Anna Katherinr Stone neda Biscuit Maud Bolton cents Lucy Stone Jelly Lucile Norris oap Walter riieunult ffee Nelsnn Elder aklngpowder tends oap Osee rStaim tieratches John E East urnips David Deatherage alt Chants 2 jPotatOO10 Sugar Dan Walker 2 2Rln ir Grade B Teacher Miss Hendren Towels Miss Hendreil cSugarRoda Emma Hill 10 cents lainie Bronston Oats Bettie Isaacs Corn peas coffee Henrietta Delmutb Sugar Cynthia DavidsonIOats Hazel Soap Vera Hacker Jello George Blunton I salt and oat meal Edwin Powell Salt Charlie Duncan Tea Gaines Jasper DykesCoffeeCiaud 7 rIflurGordor Terrill rr i Platoes Hurry Powell jrTomatoes Charlie Kellar Oats Lena Smith Soap Edmund ower Grade IX OoffeeYNora Stanifer Crackers Herbert Masters Grad Mica Stockton Teacher Eggs Frank Devore sugar Kntie Devote GormieyMealPotatoes Josephine Cheiiault DalyOatsEugene ONeilSj Willie Kunkle u Willie McSwain SVagersSugar jTea and Elizabeth Blantou Rice Jotepnlno Baro Potatoes Browning Terrill Rlce5Glbbs Patton Corn Rhodes Terrill Potatoes Marie Ramsey Alma Patton 55 5SNannie May Davidson Oats Halite Shearer i Geneva McCarthy Roberta Burcerstaff Sugar Rosie Dohrowski Uneeda blpcnit Tressie Million Rice Laura Hardin Sugar Elizabeth Gormley GormleySugar ma Mildred English A YoungOatmeal HuguelyRiceSidtieyVauchn ColTee Charley Blount Corn Park VailaceSoap Nathan Blubber SPttociRice Robert Mansfield Edgar Blount Potatoes Ruben Pearlman Rico Charley Peyton Pancake Hour currants hominy Hu puely r EitherSCorn tomatoes and pear preservpsMrs Bronston and Mrs Geo Prewitt Grade VIII Mr Noland Teacher uear aud onions Jennie Dohrowski FarleyoaSoapEITiRKpnnedy Oats Lucile Walton Grade VI Teacher Miss Harris Preserves Johnnie ones fHkes Lillie Hattpr Rice Rnspbnd Siefried Salt MaiyAlhmnzinS f Potatoes hattie May Hicks Apples Myrtle Gott Soap Montcomery h Flora Harrison Tomatnps Evelyn Clark Rice Ethel Warlord- IRpJune SYirginsS DoliUotntClls 10 cents Itbart Baxter Oats John Farley Potatopp Annie Bogie Flour Rna roflee Vpples Bwsip IeringersRice Mattie Ping Rabbits O 0 East Oat meal George Mvers DeatherageOats AVillie Rallard Rice Tohn Kpllnedy Oats Frank Barnett Jamps miltonSWillie Elder Rice Maud Hayden Macaroni Frank Smith lreRervpfl Mrs Ellen Smith Jam Mrs E R Green Grade VII Teacher Miss Faris Cream rf wheat Norma Giunchigliani Coffee Russell Stouffer utrHr Hhcxla Pinth iSUtfar and Oitin al John Rourke Potatoes juice King Lillian GntreB Maparont David ONeil Olfe KathiieiiKutikIe Soda Eriiir MalcheK JopTGrkifR Ot uiealEilwin Wines SreWce Harold Hikpr DeittlieragePtttlie Harris D rlweJ MlisKariSiraile V Teacher Mies Dudley iilt CdaJelly Lnah Azl ill Mnuamui Oiil Barnett Rice Elmer VValpert BIIttQnnPotalS Rice Evelvn GiuiHlugliani Baking powder Wade Gnmhert Uneed nbiRIui t Liuise Ballard Kice LHUTH Shearer HeaimsJemeieKingSCofFee Marv SmoutferSiatcbes CharlHv Nelson SSoaRice Tommy GOlf Covingon Matches Ellpn Walker Ioatoes and flour Emma Raker IotatoesDaphne Bowman taud Vaughn ajt Kie Douirlas iTomafopo Befsre Keller Apples Ethel ierrled- Oall MttrriM PowellI 1codaAUeiiFlur Hrt Terr Soap and flour1 Jeorgfl Gumbert Potatoes Everett Sandlin Matches Green Samuels Rice LesMp Burton lOcents Harry RawlinsSPotatoes Mrs Aimnie Stockton Potatoes anl jelly Mrs Bert Stockton SiincH disieu Jane D Stockton ilugainSpapFlqur toinatupa dried peaches pta toes and salmon Mrs Lyman Par rish Fruit J D Dvkes 1 ham and 2 calendars Douglas Cul ton Burnam1AptitotSI 00 Mr O F Burnam 2 towels Mrs E Witt trend soil butter plates Mrs Jones jnr cherries Mrs John Arnold fAIL Henrv Jones ArnoldSjnr plums Mrs John Wasrers 2 jars strawberry preserves Mrs Ed PotvellShoganOits2tuwrls Miss Ida Million lJHrsjim Mrs Hutrh McLellan Potatoes Rev Mcl llan liill Piiife Mwry El ziheth Luxoii 25lb flur W V Plug hIts GeorjjtiLPlikels A Uovingioui Artiold5 Brof towels Mrs K V Elder pillov slims White omziiittt Gibson Joseph Keller jS lro EDnuPotatoes and parsnips Mrs B L Mid Helton Gatize aidcnttonPerrv A THnmaaC liii1 potatopR Mrs Sarah IJeJarnette chipfcpn Slice B DeJarnette DeJarneitelhelqitier2jitiJozflatoea511 Ton jKindllnb flnuKMr JiOL Buriiain M rRRobt Patton Ix tSrhUe potatoHB T D Chenaiilt JrCup and wiver Sirs C C Wnliace Qontp a friend 3rhlllIlIinll Mr Weaver lr runs peaches Mrs Kellosrg CuPi SS To Tie Colored Treacner of Madison tonnly The State Treachers Association of Teachers will meet at CovU Ky December 2729 1905 Prof K L Williams whom you nil well know is President of the Associn thou this year and has arragned a splendid program and the meeting promises to be one of the best in Itchistory All teachers who possibly- can I should attend this meetinglJ Wai For RentrhrHO nf ceofflce rooms on Main street f If DocoiisCuLToN Candy Pulling The Ladies Aid Society of the Mi Pleasant Church will give a cand pulling next Saturday December 16th at the home of Mr Tom Parks near BlueGrass The proceeds will be usedn towards a Christmas tree Everybody is conlialv invited The hours are from two in the afternoon to eleven at nlghtsCHRISTMAS PICTURES There is nothing more appropriate for a Christmas gilt than a Gibson Christy or Gil bert picture You can find the newest things in this line at Willgings 209 W Main Street every uunce burns and jives out its proportionate amount of heat When you order 1S eOa from us YO U GET IT Audit is cer tainly satisfaction 10 know that you can have a big HOI FIRE if you need it Ltlok anil fill OUice and Yard at L N Depot Telephone 142 Public Eesling ani Stock Sale I WILL ON Thursday Dec 21 J905 Rent niv entire farm consisting ol abut 400 acres about 70 or 80 acres to year1hlrelooks well about 15 or V acres to go in tobacco the balance in bluegrass and clover On this farm are two residences in good repair and all necessary outbuildings A tobacco barn and ticks that will hold from 17 to 20 acres One of the bestetock barns in thecoun ty and sheds for stock and also three tenant houses on time farm I will also rent on tIme same date my residence house scales and shop at Million Station mi the L A A railroad Tht toie room Is one of the best situated rooms in liidisou county There in also a good garden with residence The tallowing i tock will be sold ithe highest bidder 75 head No oud ewes 3 good milch cows 3 spring rsone fat cow two fat heifers 4 eanling calves 1 bull calf 1 yearling neifr 14 shoals weight about 100 Ibs I sow mid pigs 20000 pounds tobacco in barn partly ntiippod sorrel liturgy inaie 4 sears old the best in MadiBOD tummy 1 4 yearold bay house gentli goondriverIrtver I iron gray flllly coming 3 lint pen driven yearling horse colts ne by Verdict one by Hocktify ju rood as ran be found 2yenilitig hors ilts bay saddle mare 7 yeats old sorrel mare a family nag uetitle foi iiUvuiid in foal to IVavill bay mar j years old will wwrk anywhere aitatop in 101111 jaok 1 pair hnrtoeml1let hojfni 6 15 hainis high I pair rrll tare mules CMiiiiii three pair black IllIlrA mules weanlinus 2 horse mul liseall I JlLted 5orrtlnirtf- liet Intlwin arming impleliioiits consisting o plows gear iwo2horse wagniB mower arrows A and lis cutting box cor heller ROIl dropper about 100 bales ttraw omits and corn fodder sled anr ibout 300 shocks of fodder I rockuwav lininry brake cart I driving car nnd spring wagon cradles grind stontfc mowing blades etc Liberal terms will be made knowi anyonelesiritmi SI B B MILLION dec63t SMIllion Ky To Tie Teachers of Madloa to atT LADlES AND GENTLEMEN I regret the State Superintendent did not notify me in time for me to notify you through the county press that your salaries could not be paid last Saturday December 9th Supt Fuqua promises tnat he will send funds so that teachers an be paid Saturday December 16th shall be glad to have All teachers call or their mojiey before January 1st 1 tuither desire that teacherswho have taken books from the Country Library eturntheinsothat I may tun over to rhy successor the lime and aljit belongings January ir 19C- CRespectfully J Vu WACEUS County Supt Con Wastes We want several thousand barrels of corn delivered at Silver Creek Ky o29 2tn BOKNAM BENNETT Co For Rent v Our Store Room bOilS iton Main Elezantofl1ce rooms either single or in suites electric lighted Hall ligb and water furnished Our warehouse on Orchard street and L N R R capicity 5 carloads Jo G T4ixB SON Telephone 292StfGood dry kindling nUll stove wood tor sale at Hume Cooperage Co 15n2m Consign your cattle sheep and hoes to Rabenstein Harris A Conner Union Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio and receive highest market price oct4 4m W S NORms s2S REiULTSI Satisfaction gnaranted For sale by- by PERRY TIHMAS The Largest Yet It has been my desire to have for the Holiday trade the largest and nicest line of goods to be found in this city This season will eclipse all former efforts in quantityand quality From the large stock on display anyone can find just what they desire for self or for presents for their friendsSA Visit to my store will convince all that the most superb line of goods to be found in a Jewelry store awaits you The most beautiful line of CUT GLASS- SILVERWARE Bracelets Fobs Chains Clucks JewelryCall of the Holidays begin and select from my large assortment the pres ents for yonr friends and rela lives My prices are lowest roy goods the best that money can buy F J YEA6ER Second Street- mCHM08D KY REVIVOr Made a Well Man t THEi5jof Me PnEJVoa BEJvJEDYproduces tho above reanlta In 30 days It acts powerfully and quickly Cures when sU otnera tail loung men wilt regain their lost manhood and olden will recover their youthful vizor t r ailcf ItEVITO It oalcWyindBurely restores Nervous Emli8losLostPoTerFallillalIcmorr all effects ot selfabusa or elce6a and indiscretion which cnflta ona for study business ormarriaga It cot only cures by starting at the seat of disease but Snughugstoma the fire of youth It wards off Jnsinltj and Consumption Insist on bating KEVIVOno ether U can be carried in vest pocket By mall posttivethe money nook and advise tree Address BuildingUU1U4 For Sale by Perry Thomas A Smith Bowman Pres Sydney R Warren Tress E B Oartiuhour Cashier Statementof the Financial Condition 5OFTHE American Reserve Bond Co 4 Formerly the Southern Investment Cu At the Commencement of Business November 7 J905 5RJSOtJRCES Cash on hand and in bank subject to check S 108490 84 Loans ou first mortgage real estate and- other approved securities 1186868 42 Securities deposited with State Treas 1036183 30 Stocks and Bonds 690869 65 CRealpslates 182062 0 jIFixturesS H 28874 Premium on bond accrued interest andIall other sources V 48855i 74II Total ft 3282204 2U c t IrLIABILITIES Capital Slock paid iu 227000 00 Reserve H J 2080491 04IAdvance payments on all other liabilities 103740 lo Apportionable surplus r 870973 37 5SfTotul x 3282204 53- The 1I d rsigue4 S IL Warren and E H Cartin hour respeVtively treasurer and cashier of Amerieau Reserve Bond Company sweat that the foregoing is au accurate statement of the financial condition of said companyjat the commencement of business November 28 1905 tothebest of their knowlege and belief S R WARREN Treasurer rVrr SE B CARTINHQUR Cashiet Subsjiild and syorn to me a Notary Pub l lie iii rhd fOr tfle county of Cook State of Illinois this 28th day of November 1905 Wm Freudenberg Notary Public Cook county Illinois My commission expires November 9 1909 The above statement of the financial conditions and affairs of the American Reserve Bond Company shQws the healthy condition of what was formerly the Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Kyi accordingtq 3 m43t Jill lI lliJ M JNJ o DRY GOODS NOTIONS SUITS CLOAKS FURS WRAPS c r Early ShowingS 1 Xmas PresentsBy dint of much effort we are again the first in the field showing Holiday Goods and srch a line The most critical eve will have to admit that few desirable things are missing from our vast assortment We have gone into the marts of the world to pro cure our stock consequently you will find the most diversified assortment of nice things to be found anywhere There are things from every country and clime Dainty things from Japan Art work from the East and West Handsome creations from the Oldand New Worlds You can hunt the town over and not I find such a complete line anywhere else Bear in mind that to buy your Christmas presents without first see our immense showing is a lost opportunity tPerry and ThomasI L = J UUUbUE- k f for Christmas A Everything you can think of from the handsomest China Cut Glass and BricaBrae down to the smallest toys Our stock was never so complete A visit to our store will be a revelation to you We have Christmas goods galore We are Santa Claus Headquarters Come in and see the biggest line of Christmas goods ever brought to Richmond 1 The RacKet Store East Main Street t tttSVflNCHKStliL NUBLACK9 BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack is a grand good shell j good in construction good because it is n prImed with a qUick and sure primer and- good because carefully and accurately 1andaccount of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading A trial will prove its excellence ALL DEALERS SELL THEM I I Ti 412 Wik Baxter 4lZI Factory Agent for Wall Paper Paints Glass etc I have secured the agency for the Fr Beck Co of New York anti Chicago the largest manufacturers of the best WALL PAPERS in he world If von are going to paper it will pay you to inspect this line as it is a truly decorative line and- not in the hands of every paste boy in the country Buy your paper from me and gt the best thats made W P BaxterEast Main St Telephone 412 Richmond Ky Remember Paper and Borders Cost Same Price This is the Store for you to save on 5Xmas Shopping n Not the largest stocks in the world but the best selected and evrv article thoroughly dependable Christmas Jon Iiih95only I short block away Under this roofa storefulofcarelul- ly selected things anyono of which would make a i J iHyiridsome Gift- ou know what we save you when It comes to the cost H We Are Agents Forts The Ladies Home Journal Patterns- We are always looking for something better alwajtf working to s cnre values andst lea suprrior to other stores That is why WQ have made a change in our pattern department i White Gibson JLT SkirtsFor the first day of sale we offer choice our entire stock of Ladies Fine Skirts at about the cost of tailoring alone All the new goods rang ing fa price up to 7 ybur choice for L4s beat line of Footwear Ia tko country market Of course we will not be able to sell subsequent pnrehases at these prices but while they last they U IOne table full of Ladies hoes 1M to f2 values stock is LlJT NO2One table of Mens Shoes sizes somewhat broken values Mill End and Green Tag 100 yd Spool Thread blk and white2c Pins 5 papers 5c Turkey lied Handkerchiefs 3c Childrens Handkerchiefs Ic Ladies lOc Handkerchiefs 5c Ladies 25c Handkerchiefs ISc Good Towel 18x36 4c coed Bleached Huck Towel 20x36 7c Good quality Bleached Toweling per yard 4e Wash Rags 12x12 Mill End and Green Tag price 2c I fJJ p +iL 1 AND GREEN TAG1 Fr c1u dLLi ti IN1R followsLOT Specials honeycombed i I This will be a good opportunity for you to get back at your wife for attending our sale If she complains about you staying up all night you will have a chance to get even for she- will neglect you and your family during our sale 2 J2c for Calicoes This is a bargain from every view point Where did you ever have an opportunity to buy Calicoes 10 to 20 yard lengths at anything approach ing this price oQd This will be the greatest Coat Sale in the history of Richmond and will prove conclu sively our underselling power Cloaks for Ladles Misses and Children the most attrac tive styles ever shown in Richmond nothing but the finest materials in all the popular fabricsevery garment superior in minutest detail Look firstand then com pare our prices with those of others You appreciate the values all the more 12 and 15 values reduced to 898 10 Coat values reduced to 698 750 Coat values reduced to 500 Infants Coats from 48c up u n = The Big Unloading Sale inaugurated by the five leading wholesale dry goods houses of St Louie was conceded to be the greatest mercantile erent in the history of that market Theae the houses made a concerted effort to interest the trade with the result that over 2000000 worth of Seasonable Merchandise was thrown on the market Our buyer attended this sale and secured many lots of merchandise in many instances at less than coat of manufacture These fortunate purchaaea will be offered in this Great Mill End and Green Tag Sale at the same ratio we paid making them unmatchable values and unquestionably the greatest real bargains the people of Richmond and vicinity were over invited ko pnrtieipafce in This great bargain array is added our mayniffeent line of Fall Merchandisein itself the largest and beat we haTe erer shown These combined stocks are now offered at prices that will make this Mill End and Green Tag Sale known far and wide as the Greatest Money String Oppor tunity ever offered on new and desirable merchandise These statements are supported by facts for aide by side with sale prices are our regular prices Great Sale of Mill xWe invite especial attention to the line of Mill Ends offered in this sale The goods are unquestionably the greatest values ever shown in Richmond No trash short skimpy insignificant pieces so frequently offered in sales but reputable seasonable goods at prices that will pay people to come for miles We never inflate values by quoting fictitious prices We do business only one way and that is on the square We bought these goods at tremendous price concessions pro pose to give our customers the benefit of our fortunate purchase and quote as follows Washington Kerman Percales full dyed all Signet Percales from bolt at the un3cheard of price of per yard Eagle Shirting from the bolt regular 5c value C I GONE AUTOMOBILE IT fJEARLT RuN SffSnS Mens s this department we offer some unmatch able values We know mens needs also know how to buy furnishings and offer you the result of both and this announcement of price reductions will be instantly accepted as facts for it is well known truth we keep our promises98c worth from 125 to 150 25c for odd sizes worth from 50 to 75c lOc for Mens and Boys Caps odd sizes worth from 25 to 25c Fine line of Mens Shirts at 19 25 39 and 69c Extraordinary values 250 Mens Nice Dress Shirts worth 50 69 and 75c Mill End and Green Tag price 39c Twilled Drapery regular lOc value Mill End Damasee Waistings fleeced Mill Ends regu lar 15c value price cut in half 7 J2cin this sale per yard Apron and Dress Gingham lOc value one to ten yard p c en Tag DOG THAT eve iil a that all yIScared why dont know what it is to be scared Before weget thro with our big sale will be some scared people around Richmond So you had better be here early and look over our bar gains GREEN TAGS I I 1 Ladies Black Shirt Waist Mill End and Green Tag Sale price 48 79 and 98c Ladies Black Silk Shirt Waist worth 5 Mill and Green Tag Sale price raw of of Underwear next to skin also of the absolute necessity of clad when winters chilly blasts begin to blow are promoters of and prices on Seasonable Underwear Mill End and 5c Underwear per 15 19 and Ladles red all wool 125 and 150 value per garment fleece Underwear sold at per 20o fleeced line Underwear COc value per garment S8o J make Mill End And Ta- gClothingae 5000 New Clean Honest Wiater Suits Overcoats to be sold in You no have attended sales galore but when it comes to legitimate nierchandisingnothiirg ever happened in Richmond that bordered on to the magnitude the showing of strictly Tailored Suits and Overcoats that will be thrown upon this market this sale We challenge competition in any part of Kentucky on the We show everything near fashionable styles and exclusive fashions SVIens Fine Suits Of all wool cheviot cassimere and worsteds single and dou ble breasted styles in new fall and winter mixtures and solid colors 1250 and 15 Suits reduced to 998 Suits reduced to 748 750 Suits reduced to 498 Overcoats Not a last Coat in lot Every one received and every ono at a Cut Price for this Sale you do wo both loose money 1250 and Over coats reduced to 998 10 Overcoats 748 750 Overcoats 498 SG Overcoats 398 and that During Mill End and Green Tag Sale offer a fine line of Blankets and Comforts at less than half the price of the material Large line to from 39c for Blankets worth 50e 9Sc h 150 124 I 200 348 is 500 448 I n Qt 498 I 750 for Comforts u 55125 124 175 and 2 199 u 275 and 3 224 350 Think the importance your being warmly We health a Green Tag lined Green Tag price Ladles fleeced garment 25o Underwea 98c Meas lined always 39c garment Mesa regular ZiI2 16Z and two weeks of ugh in values 10 seasons the just Dont besitateif 15 at the we select 69c lined inI wear ever Our will you I Fine Pants atI Green Tag Net a man but what will want one or mon pair at these lignrtu 3 48 for Trousers 500 298 400 148 250 98 a 150 ll na Corduroy Pants f2 and value at 95 Youtki Jenns Pants 75c valne Ome 1of Mens fl and 125 rant at 76 Look the Dont Big Sale Sale Begins SATURDAY DECEMBER ending SATURDAY DECEMBER SHOES pricetnBppesrhere 98Ci iTI Ladies Misses Childrens 5cvalue 3per2candjTurnishingsI- n SPECIAL 2cper pricec 34- 8BARGAINS Blankets prices Comforts willcause Spirited Selling worth98c 8geu havingcomfortable UnderwearMisses Ladies Muslin Under offered prices Mens Prices tlSy and Visit Greatest bargains surprise Green Tags Forget EEEEEEE Underwear manydollar Green Millinery at Half Price Oar excellent line of both street and trimmed hats styles in the newest shades will go on sale at half price No matter what you want the way of a hat whether for or traveling afternoon or even wear you will find it here at just inI of what you would ordinarily pay I cUac CUr a1 S Coming as this sale does right at the time of the year when Lace Cur quotingofferings Curtains worth 69c go in the Mill End and Green Tag Sale at 38c StoreI Closed all da- yFriday December 1st to prepar a ions for this Sale I SaleIII doubt Grade worth for exclusive GREEN TAG PRICES Ol HENS RainCoats Dorldg this sale we offer choice ot 5kr f1250 and 15 Rain Costa M 998 These Coats are the mtfjit serviceable garments on tHe market for mens wear and fc Green Tag prices extra dinary values the Dates the 2nd 16th 98cthey Goats Ends shopperwill MillEndMillEndMillEnd 6 J2c Outing Cloth at 4 l2cHere is two values that will appeal to every woman who reads this an nouncement They are however no exception to prices we are making all over the house 10 and 12c Outing Cloths at 712c- Carpets Oil Cloths and Mvirsgs During the Mill End and Green Tag Sale we offer some exceedingly attractive values in those necessary goods Considering the lowness of our regular prices those special prices are Indeed exceptional Aid to the comfort and pleasure of ycur home by supplying your wants now Everything marked for quick selling Sale begins Saturday Dec 2 Ends Saturday Dec J 6 o SWEATERS Mens Sweaters 1 value 4Sc Mens Canvas Gloves per pair 5a Mens Blue Flannel Overshirts 8 valuos at 124 e I Mens Noxall brand Drew Shirts 1 values at 75c Big Values in Corsets During the Mill End and Green Tag Sale we offer some extraordinary values in beautiful uptodate models comprising such bands as Thompsons Glove Fitting P Nand Armorside Corsets The line is so large and varied that we can fit any figure andevery woman who wants style andcomfort will do well to buy now One lot of 125 and 150 Corsets broken sizes during the Mill End and Green Tag Sale 89c One lot of odds and ends at J IeAlsoone lot of drummers samples worth 690 900 and1 2 and MillandJ 25cP T RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED TO THE CASHiTRADE I Li I 11ii- z X3ItLI RICHMOND i KENTUCKYji e czL I 1c rIIi iur f- I mTIiii J1i j irIi fl tr J iThere is nothing like i MOD FLOUR sEvery housewife every cook knows that Good Qakes9 Rolls I Biscuits cannot be made without good Flours Our mill turns out the very best that can be had Our process for making Flour and Meal is of the latest Our brands are Elliston Patent Natural Product Belle of Madison Elliston Mill CO WACO KENTUCKY r rLC cs From Kitchen to Parlor Furniture Queensware J Carpets Window Shades 1- tl Rugs Lace CurtainstJ Matting Beds and Bedding it Cooking and Heating Stoves Your home furnished complete with new and attractive goods We solicit your trade and t guarantee satisfaction J will save from JO to 20 per cent Lizrnaizd JguzsM- ainj street opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky r rr r winter time is coming Dont let the cold weather catch you without tt good Heater We handle all kinds of Heaters Radiators and Air Tights When in need of a- eook Stoveerxmine our Regal Queen We are are agents for the Old Hickory Wagon Superior Disc Drills Special attenion is given to Roofing Gutterirgand Repairing Give us a call when in need of anything kept in a first class hardware store C A TAYLOR r THE Illinois Central Railroad OFFERS If Extremely low round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana Including I1 New Orleans November 2J December 54nd 19 1905 Tickets allow liberal stopovers anc2J days for return Only line running through personally conducted excursion sleeper Louisville to California and Texas Investment in Southern lands Such Investments are not speculative TUB South li not a new counffti Market and ihlppini feclJti are adequate and first claw The cllma arjljjy able thstandlng thoo and r advantage 0uthern lards are Pric Jift w their renl value and at present price net Uree r tim s JSitrt Jr n del uf circular KoR I to 12 Inclusive concerning tbe If bilitieK of lands in Kentucky West Tenneraee Miwisilpp on or near the Illinois Central Itailrovd for homeaecken and Investors address the undersigned Further particulars of Home Agents or address F W HARLOW D P A- Louisville Ky Wanted For Our ArmyIWanted for Army Able bodied unmarried men between the ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and temperate habits who can speak read and write English For information apply to Recruiting Officer Richmond Ky Oldham Building Chance to See the World SEE P M Pope the Hardware man of Richmond about Dia mond Edge goods Every piece warranted Try a Diamond Edge Ax Chopping wood may not be a pleasure but it is certain that the hard workof it may be made less l y the use of an ax that is made right Try a Diamond fc Edge worth every cent it cots DR MOFFETTS Guns Ckilira Infantuw Diarrhea Dysentery and the Bowel Trou1u of ChUdrtnar TEETH IN A Any Rtu1atu Jge the Bowe1StreeigttS AIds Deafen j j r pOWDERS1TEETHING EASY MtoMitiVnste or sail 25c t CJ StlM lk- Motlier Hesitate no lonttr hut tav tho htII ana IIfe 51 yur oMia as thousands Have done y giving M4e lewder TKETHINA Is easily glvrn and quickly counteracts and ev- iws ir1 the effects f tlc frsISI i JtIffleCIflr u v Loans and Dis counts 345000 00 Stockholderst t150C00o Hank Rldg 20 600 00 Cash and ExebS65COO Total Resources 580000 00 Your business Iscdesired and disposed to grant you every consist cut favora 9 State Bank Trust Co Richmond Ky III e Louisville and- Nashville R R of AnyPointsellyour baggage Secure sleeping space duilySpecialExcurson D of yColonists TimeThroughSleepers e trio Lighted Dining Cars JWHEN GOING TO TAn A TRIP Consult your Local Agnt who will take pleasure in arranging all details Call un or address J W Hamilton Agent L N Richmond Ky WM ONEIl Ticket Seller Master Commissioners Notice to Creditors a MADISON CIRCUIT COURT if i Lavenia Cmiiiit haii cTr Pill j againsttrs All pptnnn having claims against tliH Btfttn if Lavtuia Cunningham andwL uia E Francis art hereby to tile the satue Itiwlh verified with thebunderegicd on or befnre the 23rd flf Seprrmber 1905 cir name will be burred S H THORPE Hunter Oomr Madison Cir Court s ONE NJOHT OUT loridaNew f mtfl Cuba reached in comfort via QUEEK 1CRESCEH ROUTEAND SOUTHERN Ryi THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special Is Service Jtaury tth Solid Pullman 1 rain lc CINCIMHATI 9257 M LEHNOTOJT Ht0 P M DANVILLE 1210 A M Dining and OSserratlon Can for Jack eonTflle and St Aogratlne via dattaboOgSflld1ttIt Florida Limited Sond Train Leave CINCINNATI 830 A M LEXINGTON IOSSA M DANVILLE 11OO A M Day Ctnehca Pniimaa SIepeT9Ob5eT TaOonana Dmtes Cats lot Jack5OnY- tIk3tniutIneSwevePortand Nfw Oneans TUCbatunooga Atlanta and Blmlngnan Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati LrxnctonT an CbatcanooIscrrlce to Jacksonville rta AzberWe and Savannah and Cnailutoti Winter tourist tickets now on Bile reduced rates For uitunnatlob apply flCX1sgCPkTAlcx1atoiywAcRkzTT Usasnsi iNN1nbotr Ara4 Kentucky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I will sell privately in the next 30 days my stock farm of STOacres situated in Clark county Ky half wav between Mt Sterling and Winchester on Ut turnpike As a whole or in 3 tracts Tract No1 of 250 aries has dwelling of eight rooms Rood orchard ice poultry meat servant grainery and buggy houses stock and tobncco barns corn cribs 2 tenant houses and a cattle barn for 130 head containing a uptodate silo that holds 4 months tee for 130 head of cattle is well fenced an watered and is an ideal country borne Tract No 2 of 170 has two houses and two tobacco barns mostly in grass The tobacco that can be grown on this tract will soon pay for it Tract No 3 of 150 acres same descrip tion as Tract No2 For further particulars call on c write- J C SCOBEE 29no5t Winchester Ky Public Sale iLand Stock Farming Imple ments Household arid Kitchen FurnitureThursday Nov J4 As agent for the heirs of Ed muni Newman deceased 1 will on the above date on the farm of said Edmund New man near Spears Ky at 10 oclock a m sell at public sale the f llowlng- property Two hundred and forty 2JO acres of well improved land subject to survey good twostory frame residence eight rooms two halls three porches j stock and tobacco barn plenty of fruit well watered and fenced Lot of house hold arid kitchen furniture including some mahogany and walnut pieci over 100 years old TERVIS Real estate onethird cash balance In one and two years irom date of sale at 6 per cent interest purchaser Itcan pay all cash if desired possession March 11900 Personalty thIt rest YendersignedLyne Real Eetete Agent Ni ViJI Ky ZT NEWMAN arKv 4 L I hIkIifflofldC11thaxW- EDNDA1EC13 1905 A Fearful Fate It is a fearluliile tohave to endure he terrible torture of Piles lean truthfully say writes Harry Coson f Masonville la that for Blind ProtrudingPlIesest cure Bade Also best for cutst urns and Injuries25c at It C Stocktons druggist 0 Aticnttoi farmers I have received two carloads of the celebrated Page fencing the iiest thats made Before contracting for fencingtoi any description it will prove to get my pricesptf JT OY Furious FightingwFor seven years writes Geo W Hoffman of Harper Wash I had a bitter battle with chronic stomach and liver trouble bnt at last I won and curr d my diseases by tbe use of Elect rio Bitters I unhesitatingly recommend them to all and dont intend in the future to be without them in the bouse They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do the same for you by K C Stockton druggist at 50c a bottle p Try them today The ladies of the Baptist Church JbeHugueley Elders store All kinds eatables for sale Come and buy from them novlS 4t Torture ofa Preacher The story of the torture of Rev O b Moore pastor of the Baptist church Harpersville N Y will inse est u He says I suffered ecause of a persistent cou hresult ine from the grip I had to sle p sitting up in bed I tried many rem tlies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump lion Coughs and Colds which entirely cured my cough and saved me from cosumption A grand cur for diseased conditions rf Throat anf Lungs At R C Storktons drugm guaranteedTrial IfhiIBetter Late Than Nevero of cnnrte be test for ii r htlllhowyou do slipup and begin to suffet he consequents of indiscretions in iet it is bttte to begin then al though late to liok nfter your digcs ton At this stage of the game In best tuing to do is to take Dr Cald ells laxative Syrup Pepsin ItIf pure digestive tonic and acts on th stout ch liver and bowels cur ing perniani n Ivand without bad i- iaftertffects such dangerous disease as constipation bilious ecs djspep ia headache dizziness etc Try it t Sold by Perry Thomas at SOc ano a llOQ Money bark i it fnils Some people think that a weaknesst Treat gives them arclitto wiliga No Case of Pdeumonia ons Record We do not know ofa single Instancefwhere a cough or cold pneumonia or consumption when when Foeys and Tar had been taken It cures coughs and colds perfectly so do not take chances preparationwhichcause constipation a condition that retards from a cold Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Sold by R C Stocton The preacher who works for high r Foldom Invited to come up higher Of Interest to Mothers Thousands of little ones die every year of croup Most of thorn could have been saved by a few doses of ryfamilyin the house It contains no opiate and is safe and sure Mrs George H Picket San Francisco Cal writes My baby had a dangerous attack of croup and we thought she would cfHonce after other remedies had failed j We are never a minute without it the house Sold by R C Stockton No mans religion ever got worn out by working it Doctors Could Not Help Her I had kidney trouble for Vars writes Mrs Raymond Conner of Shel ton Wash and the doctors could KidneyCurerelief and I am now cured I cannot say too much for Foleys Kidney Cure It makes the diseased kidneys sound so they will climate tbe poisons from the blood Unlos they do this good health is impossible Sold by R C Stocton eBuisness honor is a matter of a just htIAppeals for Protection loudlydengcnJconstipation takingdose a tlve Syrup Pepsin Will you do itp andIrIt is better to smile with a man than to sigh for him The Childrens Delight When you consider the terrible times you used to have in childhood under the inflicsion of castor oil salts and senna brimstone and tre perhapswith such a pleasant medicine for im pure blood stomach or bowel troubles SyrupPepsintake it le unequalled by any other medicine in the wide range of its cur ative powers for nearly all childrens diseases Sold by Perry Thorns atSOc and 100 Money back If falls Helping men is the best way of hon oring Go- dPirating Foleys Honey and Ta-rt Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of iho great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered oleysat stitute offered as no other preparation wIll give the name satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains 900pt atfes and is safest forcbildrea and debate persons Sold by R C Stock tea i TELLS OFBIGGA AL SHONTS SPEAKS AT DINNER IN W WASHINGTON Admits That He Has UotMade Dirt Fly But Says ThatThere Have Been Many Other Prob loins to Overcome Washington D CFor the flrst ime It Is possible to make a plain statement of what has been accom pUshed on the Panama canal since the United States government took bold of the project Theodore P Shonts chairman of the canal commission inan address o the American Hardware Manufac urers association here gave details hat will come as a revelation to peo ie who have been unable to keep In touch with canal affairs Mr Shonts who has christened theater way Roosevelt canal admitted that the commission had not been making the dirt fly and he told why The first work was to make the filth fly He said When the United States began this work there were no systems of waterworks of sewerage or of drainage on the isthmus The filth of ages had accumulated around the dwellings and In the streets undisturbed except when washed away by torrential rains Seventy per cent of Panama Is now sup lied with pure mountain water 50 per cent of a complete modern sewerage system has been Installed and ork on the remainder is being cared rapidly forward The first mil ion of brick for paving Its streets Is on the ground The city has been fumigated time and again first house by house to stop the spread of dis ease Within a year It may confidently e predicted Panama will be a city well watered well sewered well paved and clean and healthy What has been done for Panama Is being done for Colon and every Important labor camp across the isthmus All the work has borne fruit for as Mr Shonts showed by figures yellow fever has been virtually extirpated from the isthmus In June last there were 62 cases of yellow fever there- In July 42 In August 27 In SEp- tember 6 and In October the worst onth of the year for yellow fever 3no one of the latter among the em ployes and all originating many miles rom the line of the canal In August 1882 the second year of he French occupancy with a force of 900 men the death rate was 112 per 000 In August 1905 with a force f 12000 men there were only eight- eaths or twolhird of a man per 000 Next to the sanitary problems the question of quarters for employes and food supply was the most serious confronting the United States The commission Inherited from the French company more than 2100 buildings all bad condition During the last year ClO of them have been repaired 58 new buildings have been eroded and 67 are In course of construction two new hotels three stories high and contain from BB to rooms each have been completed and authority baj been granted for eight others a por ion of which are under construction t the present time Work Is In progress also on cottages for married em- Ioyes and on bachelor quarters In his work of construction 2100 men re employed and additional carpen ers are being sent out with every The problem of food supply has een met and solved There was no ood on the isthmus for the 12000 laborers All had to be Imported A Happy Homes made perfect when perfect health reigns within its doors This is best insured by always keeping Dr Cald welts laxative Syrup Pepsin on hand and father mother and children taking a few doses at the least sign of stomach liver or bowel trouble Al ways relieves and cures Sold by Perry Thomas at SOc and 100 Money back if it falls White ttymouth Rocks We have some nice White Plymouth Rock pnIets at 100 each and cockerels Hl150eah These chickens ate direct from Flshel stock who won seventeen premiums at the St Louis Worlds Fair Eggs at half price A good hatch guaranteed MADISON POULTRY FARM Kingston Ky There is always blussiup to be found- in the other mans burden Por Rent For Year 1906 Farm of 91 acres known as the Lnxon farm one mile wes of Richmond A large brick residence antI all ncesearv outbuildings Land in grads meadow and garden 115 acres in grass adjoin lug can be rented from C C Wallace For information and particulars apply t Mrs W E Luxon Sr Gletf Richmond Ky He who serves self is paid by satan A silent sat nt is an eloquent sermon Laziness Is the costliest thing in the world Its not much use for a man to set U p as a social r former when hischlldrei drive the neighbors to pi nfnnity You do not take the sin out of yoc hatred of a man by calling him honey The man with time to waist ja a big gee fool than the one with money 0 bum r DO IT TODAY i I ur And to think that ten month tgol toned 11- Ultthts I owe It to German Syrup liThe timeworn injunction tfever put off til tomorrow what yon can do ta day is now generally presented in this form Do ittoday terse advice we want to about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for it TODAV and let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it win unJloubtedly relieve your cough at cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely qo matterho w deepseated your cough eves if fead consumption lisa attacked ytr lung Germait Syrup WIn surely effect a CI1re apei7 c AtaUdrtiggiM e Fo sale at R 0 Stocktons drastore C You can depend on a good 4 DINNER if baked ina ftttA E ST IC RlANGE rItbakes right because it is made right andoffherih material MallcabtoandCharcoallro- nC E DOUGLAS CO OLD WHISKY Hand made Sour Mash Every drop guaran teed to be pure It is of tlfactureBETTER can be found for medicinal pur poses You want tbe best Furnished Strictly to Family Trade 10 year old in jugs 400 per gallon 10 bottles 5 5 IIjugs 2GC 5I bottles 3cNew Whisky 180 per gallon Orders promptly filled WILEY SEARCY Prop Old Joe DisllllereMcBra3eranovlyr Anderson SOLD BYhM tFirsttHE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD cca At all Saloons Groceries Cites and Stands Be a RoUte eventsIAbsolutely h BLOOD POISONING There is a new product manufactured in Louisville Ky known as First Aid to the Injured which has an absolute preventive of blood by poisoning if applied immediately aftet to receiving of wound Para camph is a combination of rare cooling balmy oils and camphor and wing to its remarkable relieving and healing is highly endorsed bj Oie medical profession hospitals and b all public where a great many people are employed Paracampb con tains neither opium morphine not cocaine Hence it is a safe clean pun remedy which should be kept in every household to be used in case of emergen ties Mothers will find it far superior t witch hazel arnica vaseline old salves o liniments because when it goe straight to the interior cells soothing thaaches and pains nourshing the nerves oi1irl nuscles drawing out the feve and inftmniatiolIby inducing perspire tion It is the most perfect externa application that has been to th the discoverer is to be congratulated for bestowing upon the Amer ican such a useful and meritorious product We learn from many source that unequaled for the cur f Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings au The manufacturers gun antee every bottle to give satisfaction s no chances are taken by trying Para camph It is sold only in 25c SOc anc 100 bottles by all good or sen direct upon receipt of price Manufactured by The Paracampb Company of LouISville Kya 300000 corporation FOR SALE BY Perry and Thomas Dmllli iDn r R nting Joel J Walkara Execs Plff against Joel J Walkers Deves Dft Notice of Rentinor in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at the October term thereof 190 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Thursday Dec 2J 05 at the hour of 11 oclock n m on tIn premises in Madison county Ky pro ceed to expose to Public Renting to toe highest and best blddr the follow ing described property viz The farm of about 74 Acres called the Hawkins place located ot the Richmond and Barnes Mill turn pike road adjoining the lands of Mrs E T Burnam JamesBennett and others for the year 1906 Possession to be given at the termination of the present lease towit January 1 1006 or on rentingby1906 to have the right to cultivate the present cultivated lands TERMSRenting will be made on a credit till January 1907 The will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the rent money and for the preservation of the property etc with a landlords Lien reserve and retained S H THORPE M clor CC DR LAN1JMAN Hotel Qlyndon Wednesday Doc 6 1005 USB M ARKS jjgTIXJ CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubber j tst LeastV1z3r east Salesman stoj re cheap MHume 4ge OcC IV novl52c tT I ci i L Golden Flora announce to the public that received the finest and most beautiful car load of Marble Gild- Granite ver in Richmond Trade at t home where you get the est goods at cheaper pric- esiolden Flora East Main Street A FAMILIAR FACE Theliltenessof DR WB CALDWELL appears on every package of Dr5 ialdwells DoUISYRUP PEPSIN Jtlonand Fevers Caused by Bowel and Stomach die X orders Every genuine package Is dlstlnEubhed this trade mark Your druggist will be slad sell you either the or 100 size 3 Sold tyiPmy Tttffas Phone 184gets the best COALCOMPANY in Richmond When you want 1 load of the best coal obtain able go to the phone and call for 184 thats the Beattyville number and we are the peo pIe who sell- 30vXU 6ak Caxv veV 10a S eo actb 1 a all guaranteed to give satis faction and we make prompt delivery Beattyville Coal Company D R Freeman Mgr Phone 1 84 Yard Aspen av jNewby Carriage Works A D Estes Prop All Kinds Vehicles Horseshoeing and Repairing a specialty Satisfaction guar pricesbeforethis line We will save you money New Carriage Works rNewby Ky +CALL AT JONES OERSHONS SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN refreshingofin the city are dispensed andaccommodation OtMtae Saratov Water Kept ea Ti f1inrJ iijJi iilll i S1ctdz 11 i i i 1 0 i c4jLII lIfi j 1 11 rc + jjMijjj wBiSS 7I7rffim L r m 1z aT 76 1 75000 F r pounds 4ffi FLOUR 1 + Pure Good and K SweetKy We are prepared to furnish testimony from B the best and most efficient cooks Richmond ffior Madison county that our Town Talk w Flour fis superior to any flour on our market Our V ffi price is in reach of all If you want the best pv call foru N Z Town Talk i If want cheaper flour we can furnish it jFJust try one sack of Town Talk 75000 lbs sc waiting to be assigned to the battle field 8 x Colyer Bros ffi 71 Xfc Phone 237 Main Street RICHMOND KY I m 7I 7I IiE ffi c Price j 6cts per Bushel SOLD ONLY BY L R Dlnoton Coal F LimetCementRICHMOND KENTUCKY WHA T thatFLOWERSChristgorgeous blooms makes a most Christmas remembrance Our Greenhouses are filled with plants specialtyW and Designs J4LIJI3RTbtFrst Te188k i ia v z 6 t Some people have a notion that spritfjif is t only time to buy a buggy That notion is costing moneyI buying popular Let us tell you how Good picking inevery de partment C F HigginsTelephone 232 I he Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 15 1905 i We mean you Plnsu call and set tit your account at once 13dec3m JOIIPS Marshon Two things you must do before Xmas Look in the two windows of G E Douglas Co de l3t Mr Jeff Stone has bought of Wile liam Reeve his new and attractive cottage en Moberly Avenue rear Third Rev Di Smith of the First Pres byterian church will rreach next Sun day morning at 11 oclock on The type of religion that is needed to pave Richmond and the world Strangers wanted welcomed and seated pew free Dont be alraid of culfng your love in two Give your friend a pen knife carvinT set razor or pair of scis sors They will be pleased and we will be pleased to show you our complete line of Xmas Roods C E DoutilASii Co WANTED By a prominent monthly magazine with large high class cir culation local representative to look alter renewal and increase suecrip lion list in Richmond and vicinity on It salary basis with a continuing inter est trom year to year in the busines created Experinci desirable but not essential Good opportunity for the right person Address Publisher box 59 Station 0 New York decG 2t ForK nt Good two story brick residence Large lot Possession given Jan 1 JOG J T BARRETT Xmas Stationery Finest quality of Irish Linen paper and envelopes put up in attractive decorated boxes many styles Saves You Money Sugar 2o pounds for 100 We have as fine coffee as is sold elswhere for 30c a pound only ISc Try one pound Uxi ST CUE RATE UKOCERY Telephone 580 Christmas Bazaar The Young Womans Missionary Circle of the First Cbrisian Church will hi Id a Christmas buzxar on next Saturday December 16h in the Frasa store room fIrt on Lancaster Avnne Tiiefeilny Hbniu 11 a m the fire de partment wits munitioned to the house of Mrs Fannie Smith on Lancaster ave to extinguish small blaze on the roof of her residence The damage was slight Abandoned Mr Archibald Stuart president of the Kentucky and Ohio Burle Tobac- Co Growers Association in a circular letter has announced the abandonment of the effort to control this years crop All contracts received by the company will be destroyed The reason given lor abandonment is the apathy of the farmers toward the movement and disinclination to accept certain parts of the contract of the company c K DonglaR On want you to come in and examine their Xmas giudrf Tiiiy are nice and cheap d13t Perfection in Pianos at Montenegro Riehms W carry fifteen famous makes in cluding Mason Hiimltn Hazel ton Hiiines Bros Kingshury Decker Son Schubert Armstrong Marshal and Wendell A Piano In the hnme generates a re fining tillim ce and places the son or the lanliter in a musical atmosphere which is more elevating than any othr it lluen o that could he brought to hear It also prepares them to take heir place in the very best societySsmeliing new a piano with the Ceclian concealed Eery tiste and every purse finds sruisiac ion h- ereokto l m TXlusvc eOI146 158 West Maui Street Lexington Kentucky IWe want your Turkeys PoultryHighest f H NEFF novi5im Richmond Ky House Wanted Residence wanted would rather have one with Htabl For particulars call phone 221 or this office decl3tf Xmas Cigars Choice smokes that will win the heart of any smoker picked in neat Christmas boxes 25 ciirais to the boXC PEIIKV THOMAS Strayed or Stolen From Madison County Stock Yards Nov ii 10u5 one dark red cow 3 years old siKckui right eye andIU brand on left hip lipotFof one par N atcural muley Liberal reward for any information FJCANK E SHIFFUJR llovl5Jt Richmond Ky Stock Report Mr J W Bales bought from Mr A K Gibbs one hundred export cat tie at I75- Through an agent Thomas W Lawc son of Boston on Saturday bought the show mare Ameiican Girl fromc Gay Hros of Pisprah for 3010 The same firm sold to Miss Louise Bohan non of rit Augustine Fla the show mare Anne Itandolph fr S1500 I KliksTille Property For lrCDr John A Snowilen as agent for I Miss Nettle L Pond will sell at public auction on Saturday December 23 1105 at 2 oclock p III the house and lot now bpi g occupied as an office This is nice property conveniently situated and can be used as an officeC storeroom or small dwelling- Dr I John A Snowden ARentc2t Paint Lick Ky I UNION CITY ITENSC Mr Thomas House and laughter Miss BeUte attended chinch at Flat Woods Sunday Dr L R Henry of this place made a flying visit to relatives at Winches ter Thursday Mis Katie Henton has been visiting relatives in Nicholaaville and Lexing ton the past two weeks Mrs Jim Keen and family visited MM We BH Pdrnsh lust Mouday Miss Ella Durham has been the truest of Mrs John Eades and family E the past week Miss Mollie Dunn visited Miss Dola Powell of Hrookstown last Saturday niJrhtcMessrs Albert Eades and Grovest Abney of the Diylesville Win Tribble of Waco returned from Illinois last Monday where they spent several months Miss Caroline Parrish visited her b aunt MH Jim Keeu the past weekI Mr Hugh Park is on the sick list Messrs John Ford Reed Norris Charley Lanter unit HarberSharp had quite a delightful hunt last Friday Mrs Sam Hisle Mrs John Eades and a daughter Nora Mrn Annie Eades andT daughter M nutit Mrs Charles Gentry and Mrs Chailes X rrin attended the sales at Hicninouii last ustlayIMr Ballard Dunn of Winchester spent Thaukhgiving with his paren s here Trtnton KVJHII 24 1902 Ir EIW Hall St Lotus Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed SIOO for one bottle of your IVxis Wonder I used one bottle for kidney and bladder trouble I want this but for iiiy wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world I wax paRiiif pure blood atiticite bottle cured me sound and well Yon can use mv tOSliI mutual and photograph if you wish Yours truly U A WILLIAMS Keal Estate Agent A Texas Wonder- One small bottle ofthe Texas Von tier Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and blander troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheuma tism and aU irregularities or the kidneys and bladder in both men and noniPH re irnlates bladder troubles in children If not sold by y ur druggist will be Rent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two mouths treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Ernest W Hall sole menu facturer P O box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by alt irietiurn flytf =A Few of the 10000 McCall Patterns 90J2 Ladies Box Coat Price J5 cents Also a full line of Fall Dress Goods Specia1GHAM 4 9320 i diEton Jacket 3 cents per yardP- rice 15 cents 9276 Ladies Nine Gored Respectfully Submitted to the Skirt Price J5 cents Cash Trade J E V ELDER t t t Visit Our GREAT GEKASH SALE Q 1I jjrhemild weather has naturally delayed the sale of coldweather goods and in ordejr selling we have made most remarkable price reductions in every department This merchandise is bright clean and uptodnte our reguLatstocIc sach us we sell to the most particular trade in Central Kentucky a rvre opportunity to buy tne bst at the price the cheapest tIof Sale Starts Friday December 1st Ends Saturday December 16th Be first to take choice of this great offering The name indicates the purpose 6f this sale J to get cash nothing charged to any one i i DeepCutso- nBoys i c Knee Suitsp FiieQ1all to pieces for this big sale S GOO 00 f Suits now 475 500 Suits i now S300 and 5395 fj 400 250and 295 tA 350 M 2 25 and 275 250 I 195 i Similar reductions on Stylish Overcoats Knee Pants Hats Caps Shoe Underwear 4smoney saved on everything in boys wear = Fine Wool Underwear t LOO and L50 for 59L1T s fII Broken lots only a few sizes in each lot fine all wool gaments reduced from 100 and 150 to 59 cents Warm Fleeced Lined Shirts and Drawers 35 cents sold everywhere for 50 cehts iBigReduction on all Underwear Silk Plush excepted P COVINGTONA Master Johnnv Adamslilou of Mr E Adams is one of the proudest youngsters to b found In this faction of the State Not long since Huny rBee Oldham olTered a flue suit of boys s to the boy who first caught on is arrival in Richmond the represen of Eidehcimer Stout 5 Coof Chic go There werea number of boys on the lookout for the representative and whenever a drummer made his appearance he was accosted by the oys who would propound the follow nr You are from Eiderhcirner Stein S Co and sell Xtragood clothe Young Adams was the successful con testant and is the happy possessor of a handsome new suit and is as proud as peacock he Commercial Job is Successfully Launched If there were any skeptics and doubt r0 and knockers who predicted a fail for the rail issued for a mass meeting last Friday evening at the Court House they signally crawled in their holes and pulled holes and all in after them when nearly two hundred names were read out as approving the tlit bchemn to organize a Commercial Club for Richmond Despite the drizzly cold raw night a hundred leading citizens ol all avoca tions and profess ns including the ministry assembled in the lower Courtroom and formally organized what is belitived to be the most harmonious enthusiastic and determined body of business men ever assembled here lor- an such kindred purpose HUll W 3 Smith was chosen Chairman of the meeting and the Constitu tion and ByLaws which had been dratted by the subcommittee of the preliminary meeting held last week were read and unanimously adopted These will be printed in pamphlet form and distributed as the Club has been incorporated The election of officers and Directors re lilted as follows President Hen L Banks merchant- of the firm of Covington Hank First Vice Presdent R It Burnam banker Second Vice President H B Hanger capitalist Third VicePresident G W Pickels merchantSecretary O E Woods journalist and Mayorelect Treasurer R E Ttirley banker Directors T J Smith banket Sam el Rice contractor T K Hamilton merchan W D Oldham merchant k H JCarintr miller II H Colypr fMrnhant P M Pope merchant W t f fchpr Jr merchant Eiza Mil hIli liveryman and farmei G H Uvnrs con rant or The officers and directors met last evening in the offices of the Secretary M Belief the several committees from the clubs membership These com mittees are to be the real working far tors in the clubs success for their sev eral duller will cover time whole field of commercial and educational activities of the community Seeing tOOt time llio original charter members mean business the Secrotary is reciviig rqu sts from otb sr citizens to enroll their names This is a good sign and indicates faith in the pur poses and intent n of time Hub as well as pa infection with time personnel of ite rflicial governing body Esrtwliere is an address to the ladies of the city and county which gives one pha e of thirOlnbs spirit to build op and stand up for Richmond Art Illrue club shall provide a witablt place for the nleetintc and onitil intercone ot its members and the purpose shall be to promote the com mfrcial interest and gtieralicefa of the Lily of Richmond and County of Madison Arul VUle auonnt of capital fckwk shall be one thousand 1000 dollars divided into five 500 hundred shares of two 12 00 dollars each A member of the cluii arid no other shall he enti tIed to more than one share of stock no more and no less for which be shall pay two 200 dollars within toweeks after his election or subscription Said stock shall tint be transferable by act of the party or by ratioli ot law and shall revert absolutely to the clnb when such person eases to bo a nera bor whether by death resignation expuMnn or otherwise Art VIAn initiation fee may bo imoooed by time Bnrd ol Directors of thn cln hm shall not be morn that twenty live S25 dollars The diw shall not be IHSS han two2 00 dollars a year and not more than twenty five 25 dull ire FnMect to times a limitations the Board of Directors shall fix the amount of the initiation feet I dues fines etc You will find everything that is new and uptodate cared in stock and made to order at Willgings 209 W Main St Acn Eva ray Anna Eva Fay returns to Lexington opera house for time wek of Decem ber 18th after an absence of several feaeoiiH She will be seen fmr time entire season with matinees Wednesday Thursday and Friday Miss Fay is time most phenomenal woman on the Amer ican slage and her wonderful work of mysticism is tIm wonder of the scien tific world She is what one would call a real mind reader No one else has ever lone anything like what she does and it all remains unexplained There is a wide interest in her engage ment in Lexington PRESENT ACCEPTABLE CANDIES headtiiarters 1JttItt Christmas k Shopping While the Stock Fresh Then the time do Xmas Shopping At just this time the wise ones are making their Xmas purchases They enjoy better L Eo LANE showing wide variety Cut Glass Sterling Silverware Canes Umbrellas Bracelets etcI Best GoodsQ Q Lowest Prices The annual meeting of the club for the election of ontl ers and directors hall be on the second Thursday of January of ncli year the next election occurs in 1907 The directors are the governing body of the club They shall by resolution or otherwise commit the club on any public question not directly Direct lug time Clubs welfare hut may refer to a general meeting of the Club any public matters that way bt deemed proper for discussion The individual members of the Club shall not be bound by any action of time club on public questions The Directors not commit the Club to the advocacy of any candidate for public office And the decus of political questions or parties shall not be permitted in the Club He ting or gambling of every kind are ntricly in or around the rlub and no gime of cards or billiards or of any other kind shall be played therein amid no spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold given or drunk in the Club Private propel ty of members of tho Club shall be liable for Its debts Thin shall sue and be Rued in its corporate name and shall have power to make contracs acquire and tra ister p issessing the name power in such respects as private individuals now enj- oyDEATI1 Saturday nieht about 800 oclooV Dr C C riookar 01 this received a leltgrain from Dana Indiana staling that his mother was expected to nur vive only a few boms Up in receipt of this sad news ha made pteparaions and dHpartPil early Sunday over tho It k N for Cincinnati hence foll1 there to Dna Mondav afternoon I Clyde Hart received a le ejrratn from the Doctor etaKncr that mother diM inorninsr The presumption is she died ere the absent suit reached her hpdide Mrs Hookerhad been in declining health SOILS time and the death of her husband which occurred a little more liana year ago XMAS TO ALL a lBA BOX on FAXCV BASKET OF e4f Mcous At JOES Sole Agent Santa Claus Something nice and appropriate every member ot the family della 3t C E DorGLAs Co is is to much attention is in Leather Goods Crosses Rings Fobs not ion prohibited not corporation his for for said to have produced a nervous shock from which sue newer recovered Three children suryivemr C C Hooker of this and two sons living at DanaIOIIiilanohll1 men who now shied tears over the death of their mother ihey have now rescued the rha ni to which man comes in his nn Cnlsiicd journey along the trial of life that yawning ahyra which onlv alone tin soul can eiplprn the death of a mother They realize that childhood is iroiie upon the one hand and old ag coming upon the other amid recognize man is but a part of a principle and onlv an atom in tIme great wheel of evo lotion whirlimr through time cycles of time and space They weep Friend innumerable how their heads in sor row and garlands and chapleta of do we s are woven and the grave strewn with the sublimes1 beauties of tmnre because mither U time truest and bust friend man ever knew Dr Hooker lisa the profoundest sympathy of the entire community in his sore affliction Nowg reached hero last week of the death in Alexandria Uminatu of Majir George Watts Upcensed was a native of this county and Wns appoint ed from this rvmicrpsoional 1srhrs to a cadetship at West Point from Institution he pnduated in whichI the outbreak of the civij joined the Coi ie lprate Army roe to time rank of Msjnr At the do e a the war he settled in Louisiana and afterwards married there His burial occtur d at Alexandia Deceased wa a brother to Mr W W Watts of city who has the sympathy of his many finds in his bereavement The Sronoucahela CPa Tunes of ne rember lit ctntailied a lenethy and IIeil1tlfulnOhlfI of the death of Mr of tat city which ocurred alter an illness of seven weetR He ws 3t years of altA and waq one of the most prominent men In his town Deceased was a brother to Harry P ones ot Cincinnati who has been pomiii ntly cumected with the Bijr Hill Coal Oorananv of this State sTIff for whom tim Postiffle Johnetta near Br BIt Cfeok was named l s tt IBig Reductions on f SlUTS d OVERCOATS Great collection to choose fromdoubIas many as all other Richmondstores combined Easy to findwhat you want in Suit Overcoat or Raincoat Plenty of the famous Kenton brand un equaled for fit style and all round quality Priced right at first then 4 these great slices cut off 81800 Cut to 1250 and 1500 1000 750 and 850 A 1500 1000 and 1250 800 500 and 675 1250 850 and 1000 Lot of broken sizes and old Suits reduced from 10 and 1250 to 350 and 5 Good for work suitsitGreat Special in ltlI ODD PANTS ii Ir at PI25 itIn no other store in Madison county can you buy suchvalue under 2 Neat looking extra warm and durable 0All pants included in this great Sale Worsteds Cassimers Corduroys and Jeans money saved on all 4jt BIG SAVING IN Hats Slices Shirts Gloves Collars Tiest i iiSale t Council frocetdiDgsITile flfat meetniBof ttietiewly elected City Council was held lust Thursday wuii Jayor Tevis pie idiug his terai ioi expiring until January first the Uiiial routine ut business was attended to Hi mely time reading and adoption of mitiores of tilt preceilinjj poria from the various city officialspi etc Thie being Mayor Tevis lastj regular meeting with the council addressed that hody nd expressed his regret at not having his complete report as lie had intended Owing to on the absence of documents which Uit Clerk White had he being away froui Toreportmade and puldished in the county newpapeis Mr Tevis made several The imawhicmmcarnal out lime first of these was the erection of tv new city hall In view of 11 time iiiCt thai the city had during thiA amiiimdebtednesmfIx pidetniu tilt putchase of the Kbrib propei ty the purchase of tbt cabyneeded hall could be built any extra taxation on our citizens He lino cnggesud that time citvs HuatiiiK fiOmUote8h4Henrybeing absent the exact amount of shortage could not bo ascertained butih as near as they were able to mine under circumstances the amount is SU33U5 Mayor I vis stated a timid Mr Whites bondsmnn hall been notified of this shortage and further expressed a hope tlmt upon Mr Whites Htnrn which will be about timp Oth1w could fully explain the SHtisfactorily He then announced the different c mmittes which had beemmd selected by Mimor Woods who gilbo into olH e January let Times are as tofolloue finance McKee Merehon and the Miuipm Water end L gimt Mershon Covimttrn smith Gates Sewers and San nation Gates ovineton and Maupin Grievances Mmtpin Covmgton anil McKee Kuilditur Govintrton Manpin and Gates Sheets Oldham Manpin nod Murshoi Firm lepartlnelmt McKee Merxbon and sates Police MerKho M K e smith Oldham Judiciary City Attotiev julhius Gates mnti Coving tl Charity Miss Lucy Lackey Oidl- iatmi Hiid Mayor Woods At the clo e of his remarks Mayor Tevis sniig sof that the city own its own prison and workhouse as such an arrangement wond itiliicrt the dtvlI expeises- Julue Hacks claim for a fee of SIOO as atto ney lor the city in lbs suit against tilt Water and Light Companv Wis passed until next meeting B H Luxon given a permit to build on Walnut lIed as were Talton Todd on Kiinrih street and James Marcum and William i irrison on Irvine street and WilliHtn Buckley on Pnnher avenue The Telenh tie CompllllY was given pBrmisHinn to rect new poes a1 over time eiy to replace tue old ones with the rur iinderstaiHlinir that they would leave the Btreerg and sidewalks in previiin gleet condition Mr J M RUT appeared before time council anil pinted that be bad been axed for property here on which he has beenpavim taxes ill Lexington This matter WitS referred to the Oitv Attomev for investigation Eph OM ham an aged negro nsked that be be xempted from noil tax but his re qnestwaK refnped owing to the fact that he revive a pension Mr Z T iiee p bnlnlf of time School Board was given SxiOO for current indebtedness The firmtl election of officers was held General Nelson driver of the fire wag In hud been suspended for fimkeniies hut was rn instated on tho wlemit promise to remain sober Chief McCrthy submitted the follow ina men as members of the fire depart ment H Knsr Jeir Tribhle Georee Mprsh itt Tndd Emil Lorisb Race Creekmore Jos Mitchell J B Stonfler Mose Nelson and Jay Lackey The follovriin accounts were pre Rented and referred to the inanc- efommiUIn S45 Telephone Co 4 70 Co 10 SO sKy Register 15 00 Stanifer 2 70 lackey Hamilton fi 70 Jesse Tobb z 18 75 Covinptou Afiioldi 28 S3 R Smaller 1115- f OLflckev 95 If IiB fUll 39 IT 8 Barker 27 UUnax O 1500 lee iltituit 2 00 Menrire Eiihsh 4 00 Dock Emrioc J5 f- iFireDePaiim5mmt 26 Sl- O1J McOrfv 1525 Jeff Rnfn ROH I claim 1RT W CircuitC lerk Wnttei i 12 97 Ill h OVAL PICTURE MATS We hve added to our frame shop the latest improved Oval mat cutter and are now pre ered to furnish machine cut ovals and and frame your pictures in the latest and best style short notice Willging 209 W Main St the BocabcUiis of the Southern Mutual Investment Company Southern Mutual Investment Com ny has taken on new lila since tim- ensolidation with two of the largest companies of the kind in America new organization is known as the Reserve Bond Company d was incorporated tinder the laws Kentucky Time Kentucky laws governing Bond and Debenture comp uiles are superior to other states be- ime of bnlng specially enacted fore protection of the bondholders by prescribing the character of the in vestments and requiringa double guar antee of the state depo it which de Sit is required to be the entire capi lucK ot the company Time capital k has been increased from 100000 to 010 and will be placed on deposit h ih Sate Treasurer of Kentucky total deposits representing all the IItRS which fhe company is doing business is 1558 82782 fhL total sets il time company is now oVCF 13000000 nod the net income over I2J5000 per month Since the reorganization the com army has moved the general office to Chicago where they have been received itim open arms and have already their income in that city The nd holders of the Southern Mutual should congratulate themselves on new turn of affairs and for the pro BANKStt tttcction that they received when passing over a most stormy period oi the life of the company This new system of finance practiced by the old Southern Mutual Co like all new timings have been subjected to severe criticism and unjust persecutions and its business has suffered from damaging assaults especially in this section but the new organization is in a position to defend itself against all false accusation in the future The three year bonds that came due a little over a year ago paul a profit of 10 and 11 per cent per annum There were about fifteen bonds of this kind settled in Richmond Next year 1900 there will be a number ot of six year bonds settled which will pay the investors a handsome profit Richmond district has quite ti number of this saries We would be pleased to have the friends of the company and all who are interested to call at our office in the OldliRin building where we will fur nish any information desired MRS A T MILLION Gen Agt Richmond Dist ornmi ion r ale Elizabeth Doziers Execs lifis against Bert Dozier c Dfts v Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue ot aJudgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court j iidered ai the Special Tczmutimerttj looo in time above style cance time All dersigned will onIThursday Between the hours of 10 oclock u m and 11 oclock a IP on the premises in Madison county Ky proceed to ex nose to public sale to the highest and and best bidder the following describ ed property viz Two Separate Tracts or Parcels of Landfin Madicon county Ky being the land owned and occupied by Alfred Dozier and wife during their life time and at their death towit Tract No1 adjoining the lands for merly owned by G W Evans James White Samuel Bennett and others containing 38 acres more or less Tract No2 on the Lexington turn pike road adjoining the above de fl scribed tract or parcel of land contain ing 101 acres more or less For a more I particular description of said lands reference is here made to tne Judgment of pSaidseparately and then as a whole and will be sold the way bringing the most money On said land is situated a dwelling house etc TermsSale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months The pur chaser or purchasers will be required to give bond or bonds with approved se curity fr tliH payment of the purchase motley to hive the force and effect of aRpplevin Bond bearing legal interest from IHY f sale with a Lienreserved on said property until all the purchase money is paid t S H THOIJPE M C M 00 A Uun t of Route In view orthe proposed interurban line between this city and Lexington it now seems that a complete change usen minis in ibp route Instead Iof coming direct to Richmond by of Clays Ferry or Valley View itWstyfbeen suggested that the line be Isicholasville extend through Camp Nelson and Bryantsville to Lancaster Jand reach Richmond from Garrardsr i capital by a circuitous route 751 = 71 7F 7J M iF7F iII IRUBBERSii H OVERSHOES ijj 1 p 7F- W 4 properlyy VL I It is to your interest to see to it that they is ml 7 the largest and most complete to be found in Richmond 9RV No trouble to fit you and to give you just what you want V The big advance in rubber shoes over last seasons prices iF has made only slightadiein bur prices as all our orders 1I i vicv 1 were placed early 13f Ji K iL7 r 7F JI jr IRICE and ARNOLD 1TILE ONE PRICE HOUSE fr I FF IE q Ub it ij l Q C3 i ifl GlG fl C3 n JQ lilli7 iJ t Q E3 Q Q + 4 dQ 83 r Q Q Q FOURTH GREAT LOOM END H A v Piw J jO P sfe t vvr V IK V pj t tt jivl ii In Jtv v VA NVT ai i 9y fq O SALE COMMENCING A V Morning n a w a a- I 8 Oclock C and Closing Saturday Night December 16 UUn uOuu rWhat Are Loom Ends Every mill and factory in the manufacture of its products ac cumulate short lengths or loom ends too small to make into small bolts These are thrown aside until the end of the weaving season when they are sorted out rolled into immense bundles and sold in case lots at so much a pound regardless of cost or quality of material The price always beingmuch less than cost of raw material Y a careful system of buying enterprisingmerchants whose business warrant the purchase of merchandise in such large quan tities may secure these loom ends of the best merchandise on earth at prices so low as to seem almost rediculous Big barrefeffl oHlrie all silk Ribbons to pick price Small sums of money has as much to say here as larger sums elsewhere We guarantee every dollars worth of goods to be just as represented Money refund ed on ary not satisfac tory that is purchased during this sal- eCarpets and Mattings at Loom End prices Honest values stitched with truthful words If you look elsewhere its only time wasted Our basement is filled chuck full with Toys and Holiday Goods Get our Loom End Sale price on TOYS One lot of elegant Smyrna Rugs size SOxGO about 100 in the lot regular 100 extra Smyrna tugs 30x60 hH eexm +++ s+ + ++ + + We keep the + i Quality up and t+ i the price + 2 z- S t t t +t+++ Ir t q JIlt J 0 r 4r9 I sCHossDnosS FineC tothcsMokeraf- eltimofe Aid tfework 3 at Loom End Prices Every mans boys youths and chlldrens suit has been reduced in price Every Over coat in the house every pair of pants and piece of clothing has been marked so low for this sale that it looks like giving them away Schloso Bros Suits and Overcoats as well as all others go at Loom End Prices 600 yds Fleeced Back Crepes worthC12Jc per yard Loom End Sale 2000 yds good outing worth Go in a regular 1500 yards of the best outing cloth made 1800 yds fine Bleached Cotton full yard wide 500 yds celebrated A C A Bed Ticking best 200 yds Simpsons 36 in wide Flowered Swiss 300 yds fine Mercerized Figured Sateen makes C 200 yds elegant Velour Velvet used for upholstering chairs piano and table covers 6C in Bleached Damask All pure linen C 0 Y fiJIi n0 t tii tI In addition to the enormous quantities of Loom Ends of every conceivable kind purchased from the mills for this our Fourth Great Loom End Sale our buyers attend ed the great PreInbentory Sale of Dry Goods by the five big wholesale dry goods houses of St Louis This year for the first time all the houses selected the same dates for their sale and a grand total of 8000000 worth of seasonable goods was sold by them in one week There was keen competition among the five big storesevery house knew they had to meet competion We were advised to come early The way prices were slaughtered was a caution We bought We couldnt help it The values were simply irresistable sI Nor can you help buying when you sethe choice selections our buyers were able to pick up in this great 8000000 Clear ance Sale We bought only Seasonable goods suchas you want for immediate use We never heard oi such a feast of bargains and you will agree with us if you attend our Great Bargain Feast We urge youto come early before the lines are broken and get first chance It Jf I t I I Jf JI c Immence Cases o- fHLoorn i EndsCea 1i m 1M fi have been secured especially for this sale n I rVIAW111lrO7 ilnlfYJ1 One lot fine mercerized Sateen in all colors 100 half bleached all pnre linen Table One lot Duck for dp sses best quality in full 5000 yds Wm Simpsons back and white and gray prints in lengths of 10 yds and under C OOO yards American India Blue prints in 400 yards American and Merimac Shirting 5 000 Merimac red and wine colored prints in 3000 yds Silk Novelty prints in lengths 10 501 0 yds Amaskegg and Lancaster Apron Uin End One lot elegant French G1n hamirull yd wide n w spring and fall stylus for waists and C C fIY Mi aWr 11 Ic 1 a oom gees Nearly one thousand of the very latest up todato Cloaks and Skirts with prices cut almost half into is what you will lind in our Cloak and Suitdepartment One lot all wool now fall style Skirts regular 200 Tailormade Suits prices ranging from 10 One lot ladies fine Shirt Waists all wool Mohair and novelty weaves all new styles One lot about 500 mens and boys Negligee Shirts the celebrated E S W Brand regular price from 50c 10150 each all new and it r t- f c rii jjjIUoj ijfiW e t t Store closed all day Friday De j cember 1st to arrange our stock and prepare for the great est sale ever known in the city of Richmondtc eg open CD t and will close 3 9 every night at 8 oclock except V 7 during the sale T Dont Miss Opportunity 1- i 7Arrrrm I GoodsO- ur buj secured for us f or this sale sev eral big cases of choice tbings in Dress Good- Novelties of all d 8ciption Plain goods of all kinds and colors The very best tiling in favor fur dresses skirts and tailormade suits All good all new and all bought for you Loom End Sale prices on them 1000 pair chlldrons black ribbed lime tripple 1000 pair ladies black Uode full regular knit 1000 pair mens Half Hose full regular no seam in feet extra heav tine ggtiuza bUck 500 pair extra hvy lays Hose The celebrated Good Pearl Bin tone 2 dozen for Co Six papers of Pins for 5c Genuine brass pins reg price lfesnloprtco 80 ca To make the most UltHfuf sale in the history of our business we have decided to reduce to loom end prices every piece of mer chandise inour store Nothing has escaped the keen ourbcold steel and the knife has gone Such an unheard of Feast of Bar wins has never been offered in Richmond Ends has been a byword in this community i ever since we first inaug uarated these Great Loom End Sales The buying public will recognize this occasion as the OpportunityIason Red EVERY ARTICLE OR BILL GOODS SOLD DURING THIS SALE CASH ONLY halfover 98cprIce A8Sale Clothing J2cPrice 5re712cLoam 5CSic2cyd2Loom1Loom 45cEnd3QEnd49everywbere 2C20e 813crrg98cprile 39c6lir 2ctOc19c95cpriceCALICOES 34cprice 4creg4crtg4cprice Ar1oom Price5C 3Loom3reg95rer 95this95this95csale 39cprice Saturday morning Saturday cThe Dress a- lHOSIERY 8cregular 7cLoom9cregular9cregular 15croQLoom 15csize15cvalues 10regular uccessti departmenti Loom Tickets OF FOR p n mares Q 10 f JQ i3 gi 0 0 u f t 4 Yon hate en lucky if you hsrs wailei to huv your fall and wi ter hnes for your family Yon will save a bundle of money bit buying them from us during this sale Loom End prieesjjon nil kinds Shoes One tot wen tiec d Hn lVp1t d C C Loom End prices on mens and boys Hats niul Caps WH can put Loom End prices on our Hawes R Hat this during sale i e The You otl i = 5 = o jgrW Xl saw WID OEA CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE RICHMOND KENTUCKY CIi UNDERWEAR 39prlCf25kiDd Store That Saves Money ++4++ +++ ++ + 4s4+ + r I Bargains that + cannot be du Is= i sated outside of t Y our Store + t + ++ + 1t4 ++ i +++ It3 13 rIirE-J f Ji ii m