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I ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY
I For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money ff
Yon may be a millionaire you may own a palaceftir
IIn a land that ever flows with milk and honey
1 tiYou may pay the biggest price but that really cuts no ice
I For its WHAT YoU GET FOR YOUR MONEYI
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II You ihaj be a Son of Toil amid the worlds turmoil
IIHave to hustle every clay and thats not funny
ii Still qs through this life you go all joys here below
IiDependon WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY 61V
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CO Never before has the public been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE
BOOTS SHOES HATS MENS FUitNISHINGS such extreme LOW PRICES as we are
e offering this fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Call and see us and be
a convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at
prices that ill please you
RICE ARNOLD
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The Richmond Climax
WEDNESDAY JAN S 1900
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Ailil six llmircs from the above to
count 21 It can be done and the first
three persons to send the correct solu
lion will he eivon the OiaMVX for
three months each
Cold us M uo bluzts
Snow nearly 2 inches
Four and flvoincli ice on tile
ponili a
Five below zero Saturday coldest
so far
The nowly elected city peace of
tkera were sworn in Monday
Wink Duncan has retired from the
livery firm of Duncan Gripp
Pure Gasgiven Teeth extracted
without paiu by Die Hoasov dccCtf
rile tax supervisors will be in ses
sion from tomorrow on for several
weiksYesterday
Yesterday was count v rourt day
Monday New Years day Lelnga legal
holiday
The famous old hart mansion in
Wooiiforl burned lagt wcok Ix > ss10
OlIO insured for half
Teeth
Extracted 25 cents
1m Iloiisox Richmond Ky
Mr Milo Shanks has sold the Pan
tHgrai > Ii to hill brother Mr Steve
Shanks ti whom wo extend the best
wishes of the tiftugon
It K Roberts attorneyatlaw will
lIllieI this year with Hon J nines It Mc
Crrnry Mr Kolxirto is worthy of the
c niliiluilutt Hint nupport ol all
Mr T A Chnnault8 many friends
will bu glad to know that ho hue deter
mined to retuino the grocery business
at iiis old stand on Second streor three
lioors from the express olfice
The negro John Miller whom Eel
Devote while thank strUk with H
pirtiol died Dovore is under 2000
liinil lie great Ir deplores his act
committed ill fun while intoxicated
Vti have a tine lot of baled hay for
sale Clover and tyroothy mixed
t tir1ourtlit clover and onefourth
1 timothy ami a nice lot of pure timothy
j tii2t i J WHITE Sos
Spud one dollar to the Frankfort
1 < aiy Statw Democrat ami get that pa
V r hiring the entire session Full pro
cwdings published each day and par
ticulars regarding the contests for
State offices
If you have any oak ash poplar or
walnut logn or treus and wish to sell
them for csh write or tall on
TIny SUIElt Co
nov29 Gm Nicholasvillc Ky
Four hundred choice pure bred
Plymouth Hock fi > tkiPt8 ami pullots
tor sale at 60 centH Hch or So perdoz ii
They illll1011 SI olllh after Dec
i Jugs lor 60 eiils
Nits II II COLYEII
sopt20tf Itichuiond Ky
Bronze Turkeys For Sale
Full hlooilnd bronze turkey gobbler s
and lions for sale by Mrs Thomas
Baldwin dec204t
roleVI tiroc ry
Messrs Too Thurn an ami B Jouett
have opened the Siar Uroerv m the
Moi > lately occupied liyMaek FeeniJin
001 Fnt street Both ae ispeiieiced
grocers aud aliould ito well
i
Big Prlccs for Clsrt Cattle
Mr Jonas Veil bought last week of
I Mr Sam Wooiforcl of Clark county
1T held cof flit clIUle for January de
li cr 1tio price paid vusS 40pfcr I
liuiufrud 1
10 Reward
For auv person who has a bad filling
set of luwor teeth Unit I cant make a
1 riinfortablK and naiibfactory latone
that wont rattle nuil that you ean eat
with Du V II UOBSON Riohmoud
Jy 27Uectf
Cpi stones Gilt
i The employees of the State Auditors
oilue gave their retivin chief Capt
Kain Stone H testimonial of their af
faction and resptictin the shapo of a
diamoiul Studded Knight Templar
c rrui
On U S Petit Jury
Mr W L Crutcher left Monday to
sit upon the United States Petit Jury
nt Frankfort As administrator of
Tarry Parkins he wants all the latters
Uhtors to come forward and eettlo
without delay
delayPatented
Patented a Wire Stretcher
Dispatches say that W S Kins has
j patented a wire stretcher and atsigned
onehalf of it to U A Harlow ot this
ritv We trust they will trust no wire
j trust but go it alone and bust the trust
i a id both get rich to boot r
IFords Hex Judge
John W Howard has been elected
electedt
f tees to fill the nnexpired term of Ollie
1 Perry resigned Heres wisliiiiK him i
f increasing honors from a fearless dis
t charge of his important duties
This is the College to Attend
You should write immediately to
Wilbur 1C Smith Lexington Ky for
ciicilara of the famous Commercial
College of Kentucky Uniuersity Grad
uates in demand and secure good posi
Lions Address ouly W K Smith Lex
ington Ky
STOLEW
From Robert Elkins place on Decemi
her 8 1S9D near Kuthton Postofllce
Madison county Ky ONE BROWN
MAKE seven years old about 14 J
hands high her mane roach 1 last
ppiTns and about six Inches long now
turn long tail left fore foot white to
ankle saddle knot on her hack heavy
close built mare natural pacer and
S does not trot The State pays S30
reward lot the capture and conviction
of the thief Any information leading
to her recovery will he gratefully reo
ceived by her owner
JunzllT01I1EJt SiHAflElt
dec2T2f Kuthton Ky
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Bronze Turkeys For Sale
Full blooded bronze Turkey gobblers
and liens for sale by Mrs Thomas
Baldwin dcc20lt
Mat Cohens Luck
The Stanford Journal says Mat S
iCohen
number that drew the big dol I at Craig
< Rockers so Dr J W Bryant tells us
No1 or the nearest to it was to get the
prize and Mr Cohen had No1 They
sold 224 tickets for it
Back at Old Stand
On Monday Jan S I will resume the
grocery business at my old stand on
i > cbnd street two doors from Adams
Express office I will keep a flrstclosa
stock IIf jiooils and ask a fair share of
the public patronage
T A CHEXAULT
Lest
Between Government building and
Mack Millers residenceon Main street
Thursday December 28 a leather
pocket book containing about 8 or S10
ill money A liberal reward will be
paid fur return of same to CLIMAX or
It P MoCoun
janStf Red House Ky
A FAIR OFFS
I will fill any order for you at the
jewelryline
line tHat you can got from any other
city Selected from anybodys cata
logue that you may lie thereby sav
ing you expense of ordering
Respectfully
I TIcsplcUulhjtIU3lyr AUMEU
Commissioners at Work
lion John Bennett Capt P P Bal
lard and excouncilman G G Prewitt
composing a commission appointed by
the United States District Court went
to Valley View last week to condemn
land for building the new lock and
dams in the Kentucky river at that
point A
County Board of Health
Dr J M Povntz President or the
County Board of Health lately resigned
and suggested to the State Hoard the
following physicians to compose the
Counts Board for the ensuing year
JoarDr
lie Uo3oy Union Guy Dr Ira B Ofd
ham Kirksviile
KirksviileCm
Can ba Found at Bennett House
Mr And Mrs Malcolm M MJHer have
moved into the Bennett residence two
doors cost of the postolllce and are
running smoothly one of the finest
private boarding houses in the state
Mrs Miller provides an abundant and
delightful table and starts off with a
nice lot of boarders
A Young Lady Answered
A young ladyol this county mailed
to the famous chronologist Col S M
Duncan of Nicbolisville a request for
some historical facts concerning the
Uoers of South Africa Col Duncan
has prepared an interesting paper and
sent it to the CLIMAX fat publication in
our next issue Lookout for it
1 Jewelry Store Moved
Mr L E Lane the popular Second
street jewelry will on January 1 move
his jewelry business into the Jennings
store room on Iaiu street between the
Richmond National Bank and White
A Gibsoiiu
GibsoutlIr
Mr H G Kent will also move his fine
selection of pianos and organs intosame
building janlOSt
News From Franklort
Thss Daily State Democrat Frank
forts new papor with full proceedings
of the legislature each day and all
the interesting inside political goesip
of this momentous session will be pent I
you the entire session for one dollar
cash rieinl dollar bill check or order
at inure to Kentucky State Democrat400
Main street Frankfort Kv
High Prices Thirty Years Ago
Here are pome prices of 1SG76S taken
from an old copy of the Carlisle Mer
cury
curyFlour selling at 18 perbarrel bacon
llcts blue grass seed 2 00 per bushel
coal oil 00 cents a gallon canned
peaches JO 00 per dozen molasses S150
per gallon indigo 225 per pound
wheat 250 per bushel hemp 210 pel
ton corn t5 cents per bushel
Work Well Done
During the holidays the business of
the Adams Express Company was un
usuilly large but it was attended to
without a hitch or a jar by the accom
plished polite popular and obliging
agent Col Freii GriusteaJ and his
stalwart assistant Capt John Edwards
lhe smallest package they handled was
a diamond dew drop and the largest a
GdOponiul steer destined for Texas
Both readied their destinations in coed
order right side up with care
This Sounds Good
BFSINESS JIAXAOSII CLIMAX
Enclosed find draft for 160 snbEcrip
tion for the year 1JOO for your most ex
cellent paper The CMMAX has n
warm welcomo in the Price home and
we look eagerly each week for the
news from ouo old Kentucky home
through the columns of the CLIMAX
Wisliiiii you and yours a merry Christ
nuts atul a happy new year I am
Very respectfully yours
Mns Jons M PmcE
Dec 13 3899 Atchison Ken
Jack Freeman Moves
Jack Freeman who is as well and
favorably known a3 the great and only
Douglas shoes for which lie is sole
agent for thin county has moved into
ttieTodd storeroom next door to the
Richmond National Hank and Is Jeady
ieadYto
to wait on customers The apartment
is longer Avuler higher brighter oJoler
warmer aud much more convenient
than the old stand on First street
Friends of the family are invited to
attend from 7 a in to 10 pxactly
Another Editor on a Carrel
Mr T C Adams editor of the Pan
tnglaph just assigned storekeeper
gauger at K E Millions distillery at
toxtown will now try to give his read
ers an exhibition of a wonderful bare
I back performance endeavoring to stride
a whiskey barrel and a journalistic
tripod at one and the same time If
Mr Adams survives this wonderful
stretch of mind and muscle he will
have surpassed two of his predecessors
on the Pautagraph who tried the same
feat but are now holding down some
what similar positions in the revenue
service Mr Adams has been a party
man and deserved the bestin Jus party a
gift ahd this assignment is we hope
only a stepping stone to a higher and
more befitting reward
Another Cowboy Preacher Goes Wrong
Those who remember J K Rice tho
cowboy preacher who with a
woman styled the Mountain Maid
preached on the streets here some
years ago maybe interested in a dis
patch from Parkersburg W Va saying
that Rice bad been picked up in a
gutter there dead drunk with plenty I
of cash and jewelry on his person Tho
couple will be requested to leave town
Judge Scotts Decision Upheld In a Big Case
The appeal on motion to reinstate
the attachment in the case of Asher
Hensley vs Southern Lumber Co was
argued before Chief Justice Ilazelrigg
JndgeSCOtt1i
Scotts decision dismissing the attach
went This is the Southern Lumber
Cos second triumph in the case The
Company was represented at Frank
fort by J A Sullivan and Judge Beck
nero Asber Cos lawyers were T
Lewis Edelen of Frankfort and Mr
Faulkner of Barbourville
The Legislative Contest
Tho contest of W W Combs for the
LegIslature I
lature still goes on Last week Ir1
Combs attorney Hon R II Crook
examined a score of witnesses who
averred that about 20 Democrats failed
to vote in Biggerstaff owing to the lack
of ballots Many other points claimed
to be of value to the contestant were
leveloped and Mr Combs feels very
hopeful of establishing a strong claim
to rightful possession of the seat to
which Mr Harris was given the certifi
cate
Married in Cincinnati
A genuine surprise was given their
friends hero when a telegram came an
nouncing the marriage of Mr J D
Mike Allen a recent student of C U
and Miss Birdie ariug tho accom
pushed and popular daughter of Mr
and Mrs J W Zaring of this city
citythe
xemplarsplJng
splJng mun the only childof his widowed
ed mother and quite wealthy lIe and
his bride will reside at Carlisle and
thither go tho well wishes of their
many friends It is our best wish that
the new home and surroundings of time
bride mav he ever as bright and happy
as those she always had here She was
the only daughter the idol of her par
ents and the companion and confidant
of her duvoted brothers Few girls are
blessed with the extreme measure of
love from parents and brothers as this
young lady enjoyed May her married
life be such that she shall never have
cause to repine
The Climax Acknowledges the Corn
AVe acknowledge receipt of an un
signed article in n feminine hand
which takes the CLIMAX to task for
boastine pliylully of its value as a
wcddinc gift to young men about to
marry The unknown writer copies
our article underscores our words of
selfpraise and then makes us contra
I diet ourselves by attaching a saloon
advertisement cut from another column
of the CLIMAX and these quotations
follow
followBy
ny their fruits ye shall know them
hA good tree cannot bring forth evil
fruit No man can serve two man
againstitself
itself is brought to desolation and
every city or house divided against
itself shall not stand A little leaven
leavcneth the whole loaf
To our unknown critic we confess our
utter confusion hoist as we are on our
own petard What shall we say since
helpless yet we are
Heaven may forgive a crime to penitence
Bat heaven can Judge It penitence be true II
Madison Darkey Killed in Clark
The Winchester papers give this au
count of the probable murder of Robt
Tcvis of this county whose body was
i brought here last Wednesday for
burial
h As tho east bound passenger train
stopped at Pine Grove Tuesday night
Muse Million a negro man informed
the people present that the train had
killed a man on the trestle a few hun
tired feet further on On being request
ed to go back with a party he refused
saying he was in a hurry and must in
form tho dead mans family He then
disapreared and has not been seen I
since On investigation Bob Tevis
was found under the trestle with two
wounds in the forehead his skull be
ing crushed lie never recovered con
sciousness and died in a few hours
The wounds were of such a nature that
the train could not have reasonably in
flicted them and Million was suspected
of tho crime as the two men had been
together for several days
Coroner Wills held an inquest yes
terday morning and tho jury after
hearing tho testimony returned a
verdict stating their belief that the
Million negro killed Tevis
The body was brought to this city
and In the afternoon was shipped to
Sam Tevis tho father of the dead man
at Richmond Both Tevis and Million
were Madison county negroes but had
been about Pine Grove for a day or
two Million has been lodged in the
Richmond Jail
t1failSchool
School Entertainment
It may not be uninteresting to
some of our readers to know ot tho
closing of the Hickory Plain public
school district No 32 on Monday Do
comber 25 taught by the veteran ped
agogne J W VauWlnkle
The program which is as as follows
was well rendered by as bright a lot of
girls and boys as are usually found in
our country schools
Song Nearer My God to thee
PrayerC A Vanwinkle
Babe of Bethlehem 16 Pupils
Song America
Address of Welcome ITaggio Lee
Adams Motion Recitation 1 Joys
> ly LittleTongue Lawrence Adams
Harrys Dog Luther Maupln
The Little Angel Mattie Bongo
Boys Composition Willard Adams
The Farmer oys5 bovs
Itattle of the BonesThIrd Readers
DoKies Turn Mattie Bongo
A School Girls Troubles 4 girls
What They SaJ Everett Adams
The Dead Doll Pearl Adams
Song Battle Hymn of the Repub
lie
licNow I Lay Mo Down to Sleep
Maggie Lee Adams
Little Nells prayerAnnie Adams
Advertisement of an Honest Rum
seller Miss Maude Adams
Curfew Shall not Ring Tonight
Miss Maggie Adams
A Story of Human Life Miss Liz
zit Maupitu
Which Side Are You Onliss
Pattio Maupid
Several good pieces had to be omitted
Ion account of unavoidable AbsencE
presumably Excellent music bJ
Messrs Matt Moody and sp I
ouIahiani
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NOTICE
Public sale of franchises for Electric
Lights Electric Street Railway Water
Works
Be it ordained by the Board of Trus
tees of the town of Irvine Ky that
I paid board on the 22d day of January
1900 at the front door of the Court
house Irvine Ky between the hours
of 10 a m and 1130 a in offer pub
licly to the highest and best bidder the
Franchises or Privilege for any or all
the below mentioned purposes for a
term not exceeding 20 years a motion
to and for said purpose having been
previously made before and to said
hoard to build operate and maintain
Electric Street Railway Electric Light
and Power Plant Water Power Plant
and Works with piping and hydrants
upon across and through the streets
ot said town so as not to interfere with
the public and convenient use thereof
The said board of trustees shall canse
to be published for four consecutive
weeks in some newppaper of general
circulation this advertisement for the
sale of said franchises or privileges
The terms of the contract to be en
tered into between purchaser or pur
chasers and said town to be made
known and entered into on the day of
sale The said Trustees reserving the
right to reject any and all bids
Given under our hands this 18th
Hay of December 1899
S L TUDOR Chairman
Secydec2i4t
dec274t E CONROY
Of Interest to Older Citizens Sketch of
Archibald Woods Sr
published
lished a readable sketch of Archibald
Woods Sr one of the pioneers of Mad
ison county one of its first Justices
Commissioners and Magistrate who
presided at the court that changed the
county seat from Old Town etc Among
his decendants are mentioned the Ca
pertons Gu odlocs Miller Wallaces
Knvenanghs etc by whom this narra
tive should be carefully preserved It
is but a scrap as it were from the man
uscript volume dating back to the
thirteenth century in possession of
Judge Jno D Goodloe Whites Station
Madison county Ky This sketch will
doubtless be read with interest not only
by the descendants of Archibald
Woods Sr but will prove 01valuo to
Col Duncan of Nicholasville whose
inexhaustible knowledge of general an
cestral history renders him of invaiua
ble service to those wishing to trace
back their lineage
On the Battleship Kentucky
The Harrodsburg Democrat says that
Mr Tom Bigger who for sometime has
been at Newport News studying the
duties of an electrician is assisting to
put the electric plant in the battleship
Kentucky TomraTe was the boss
twirler of C Us team last vear and
made an enviable reputation in athletics
as well as in his classes
The battleship Kentucky will be
ready for sea shortly and will be com I
missioned at the Now York navy yard
Three officers have been detailed for
duty on board the Kentucky They are
Capt C M Chester who will command
the battleship Lieutenant Commander
Karl Jlohrer the executive officer and
Lieut Martin Bevington who will be at
the head of the engineer department
It is hoped that Lieut Carlo B Brit
tain U S N hero on sick leave will
beasslgned to the Kentucky Ho has
lately been teaching mathematics at the
Naval Academy but years of experi
ence on the sea gave him a taste for
salt water that will not be satisfied by
the lite of a land lubber
Mrs Arbuckle Reports the Poultry Show at
Nicholasville
Editor of Climax
Since our neighbor town has shown
so much enterprise in the thorough
bred chicken business as to get up and
put through two good Poultry Shows
the last one I recently attended and
learned a great deal I have decided to
give our readers a few items there from
First comes Class No 1 the Barred
Plymoth Rock which always has the
largest number of birds of any variety
on exhibition at every show
Mr John W Tanner of Paris Ky
carried off twothirds of the ribbons as
he did last January at Louisville he
had 12 birds of this one kind breellll no
other
Mr 1tV Sheley of NiclioJasville
had on exhibition Silver L Wyan C
doites White Plymoth Rocks Buff
Wyandottes White Buff and Brown
Leghorns Houdans B B Red Game
Bantams White Wyandottes Mr
Shelev in one of the Covenanters and a
reliable poultry crank
Father Bealer the Catholic Irlest of
Nicholasville had grand Langshans 1
black and white he pays especial at
tention to the blacks they are wonders
He is a member of the Executive Com
mittee and renders valuable help he is
a petsV
W B Smith and W W RobJrts had
beautiful single comb Brown Leghorns
There were numbers of others exhibit
ing in this variety but these two gen
gentlemen
M Downing of Lexington liau a large
lot of birds on exhibition Buried and
White Plymoth Rocks Buff and White
Wyandotte Indian Hunuer timid Pekiu
Ducks also MommothBronzo Turkeys
He got a number of premiums his
cousin F H Downing had very high
scoring Buff Wyandottes
Mr Ed Dietrich of Nleliolasville
lad Golden Wyandottes and White
jangshans K D Porter o tlizlville
bad Black Liangshaus
Mr K S Trimble of North Middle
town had the premium Silver Laced
Wyandottes he had 12 birds on exhi
bition that were grand ones
Messrs W P Smith and It V Har
ris both of Nicholasville bad good S
L Wvandottes
WvandottesR of Lancaster had his
fine Black Minorcas wlthlat and got
the blue ribbon and Mr bicilaylor of
Richmond did well with his pet games
Mr Moody of Eminence had a coop
of Cornish Indian Games
This is apart of what J saw and
earned Why may not Madison coun
ty have a good show Let us agitate
the matter
The CLIMAX feels complimented by
Ihis voluntary contribution to itenews
columns We heel moved to say that
Madison county with but little exertion
on the pars of her chicken fanciers
could take front rank in this important
paying industry Mrs Arbuckle deals
in Plyrnoth Rocks exclusively and
keeps a standing advertisement in the
CLIMAX and hopes others will take an
interest in the profitable business She
L adds this
Them who conduct these shows
I Bay they brio thousands of dollars into
i the county Itwotrid beagrost help
r tour people to leara more ftbottt the
c tboremghbred ckkktr MIl puh the is
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DIED WITHOUT PAIN
Mr John Smith of Richmond Ky
an honest upright man had a large
jaw tooth and the nerve died and he
did not know it consequently the
death was without pain His tooth
then commenced to ache and his face
began to swell he went at once to Dr
Hobson and he filled the tooth at once
the tooth though deadis as good
now as ever and Mr Smith is eating
his meals on it three times a dayand
a tooth like this will last from 10 to 20
years and not cause any pain
MOBAL When your teeth ache or
when you want any scientific upto
date advise about voiir teeth see Dr
Hobson next door to PO Richmond
KySolid
Solid gold teeth 550 Teeth ex
tracted 25 cents Examination free
Office open at night All work guar
anteed
If the Ice is Thick Enough This Song Will
Be Heard
With buckled toe and with buckled heel
She speeds along on the shining steel
And the twang of the blade on the ice blue
stream
Awakens the birds from their winters dream
dreami
The wind through the leafless trees makes
moan
In a sighing whispering undertone
And so my heart with a quickening sigh
Makes moan when she like a bird skims by
passes me bythen I curse my fate
And 1100 go out on a little skate
II M Saumerig
Doncasterp3ngland a town of 25000
population has an annual incomo of
150000 from the rent of municipal
landsYcui
YOUiP Liver
Will be roused to its natural duties
and your biliousness headache and
constipation be cured if you take
Hoods Pills
Sold by all druggists 25 cents
The white woman is the only person
who has ever borne the white mans
burden with commendable patience
and intelligence
Persons who lead a life of exposure
are subject to rheumatism neuralgia
and lumbago will find a valuable rem
edy in Ballards Snow Liniment it will
banish pains and subdue inflammation
Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and
Thomas jan3lm
Buffalo ami Pittsburg have the dis
tinction of being the only cities in this
country to maintain scientific botanical
gardens
In pulmonary trouble the direct ac
tion of Coussens Honey ol Tar upon
the throatchest and lungs immediate
ly arrest the malady by relieving the
distress cutting the phlegm and free
ing the vocal and breathing organs
Price 25 and 50 cents lerry and I
Thomas jan34m
There are too many marriageable
girls who are more proficient at paint
jug water colors than darning socks
A puny child is always an anxiety
to the parents There seems generally
no reason why the little one should be
weak when it is so well fed But the
fact is that it does not matter how much
food the child takes if the stomach can
not extract the nourishment from it
No benefit can be derived from just
eating That is the condition of many
a sickly child The stomach anti or
gans ot digestion and nntriction are
not doing their work and the body is
really starving It is little use to give
fish foods like cod liver oil or emul
sions in such a case because these also
havo to he digested they may lighten
the stomachs labor but they dont
strengthen it Strength is what the
stomach needs Dr Pierces Golden
Medical Discovery strengthens the
stomach nourishes the nerves and in
creases the action of the blood making
glands It is superior to every other
preparation for childrens use on ac
coupt of Its body building qualities
and also becaUse it is pleasant to the
taste and contains no alcohol whisky
or other intoxicant Dr Pierces Pleas
ant Pellets are a valuable aid when the
bowels are irregular They are small
Children take them readily
Berlin Germany is to construct an
underground railway costing 25000
010
010The
The worst after effects of Influenza
arise from deranged functions of the
liver Clear the blood at once with
Herbine for it will strengthen the 1ivpf
to withdraw from circulation the biliary
poisons Price 50 cents lerry and
Thomas jan1HmI
A 30000000 calico trust has been
organized iu Free Trade England
Bad llMl Oare Free
Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can
cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck
Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are
all curable by B B B Botanic Bloog
Balm which is made especially to
cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per
sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem
ishes Sciofula that resist other treat
ments are quickly cured by B B B
Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions
Pimples Red Itchisg Eczema Scales
Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches
Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due
w bad blood and hence easily cured
by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison
literally driven from time system by B
B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to
five month BBB does not contain
iregetable or miaeral poison Ono hot
lie will test it in any case For sate by
druggists everywhere Large bottles
lit six for 5 Bond for a free sample
bottle which will Wi sent by return
mail When you wrltb describe syrup
toms and personal free medical advice
Will be given Ad4fet Blood Balm Co
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OLD SANTA CLAUS
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DUST Off CASHSTORI
At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY
GOODS You all want a present of some kind for some
body
In addition to our immense stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions
we have added a complete assortment of
Fine Holiday Goods Toys
Handsome Dressing Cases Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Work Boxes Ladies Work
Baskets and Fancy Baskets Music Boxes Albums Chinaware Sets Handsome Vases
Dolls Toys of all kinds for children and Picture Frames for Ladies
VISIT OLD SANTA CLAUS AT THE BUSY BEE
Our prices on these Holiday Goods will be much cheaper than they are to be found
anywhere else as it is a side line with us and we only carry the line for the accommodation
of our manyCustomers
We have just closed a cloak deal with one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the
Queen City whereby we purchasectevery Garment in the entire factory amounting to
about Ten Thousand Dollars worth We divided this lot between our three stores Rich
mond Mt Sterling and Georgetown We bought these cloaks very low and at closing out
price for FRESH NEW GOODS If you need anything in Ladies Misses or Childrens
Cloaks Fur Collaretts or Collars you can save half the price by buying from this stock
CALL AND SEE THEM
S Each and every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our great store will be
offered at an ENORMOUS SACRIFICE PRICE for the next 15 days we wish to close
the entire lot before the Holidays
Our Mens Boys and Youths Boots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost for
fifteen days We take stock during the Holidays and dont want the trouble of taking any
more stock than we can possibly help If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Chil
drens Shoes Baby Shoes 01 anything in that line get our LOW CLOSING OUT CUT
PRICES ON THEM
Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the
Busy I Bee Cash Store
before the Holidays so now is the time to load up
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Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments
are overflowing with good things GIVE US A CALL
faDe ft laxvs Sow Sd Gvft ow Roo
GET IN THE BAND WAGON FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE
OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE VERY RESPT
WeII OLDIIAM COMPANY
RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN
Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is I
tho only remedy for blind bleeding or
protruding piles Indorsed by physic
inns cures the most obstinate cases
Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75c Per
ry A Thomas janSlra
Ohio now boasts that there are not
ono hundred silk hats in the State
It has been demonstrated repeatedly
in every State in the Union and in
many foreign countries that Chamber
lains Cough Remedy is a certain pre
ventive and cure for croup It has be
come the universal remedy for that
disease M V Fisher of Liberty VI
Va only repeats what has been said
around the globe when he writes I
have used Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy in my family for several years and
always with perfect success We be
lieve that it is not only the best cough
remedy but that it is a sure cure for
croup It has saved the lives of our
children a number of times This
remedy is for sale by Perry and
Thomas jau3 ml
At Ihlrtv marriage is a feast at forty
its the bill
Coughs and colds come uninvited
but you can quickly get rid of them
with a few doses of Coussens Honey of
Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry
Thomas jan3lni
3 TO BE HAPPY 4 4
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lsttibe free from colds aha damp feet The only
C 1 preventativesis went a pair of the
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Many an innocent little darling is I
suffering untold agony and can not ex i
plain Its troubles Mark your childs I
symptom yon may find it childsI
with worms gives its Whites Cream
Vermifuge and restore it to quietness
and health Price 25 cents Perry
Thomas jan3lm
Shrewdness not industry grasps the
wealth of the nation
Having a Great run on Chrraberlains I
Cough Remedy
Manager Martin of tho Pierson drug
store informs us that ho is having a
reat run on Chamberlains Cough
Remedy He sells five bottles ot that
medicine to one of any other kind and
it gives great satisfaction In these
davs of la grippe there is nothing like
Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop
the cough heal up the sore throat and
lungs and gives relief within a very
short time lhe sales are growingnnd
all who try it aro pleased with its
prompt aetionSouthern Chicago
Daily Calumet For sale by Perry and
Thomas jan3lm
New York City spends 10000 per
year for municipal band concerts
Take time by the forelock If
your blood is out of order begin taking
Hoods SarsaparilU at cnce and prevent
serious illness
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Tetter SaltKhcum and Eczema
Tho intense itching and smarting inci
dent to these diseases Is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlains Eye and
Skin Ointment Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples
chapped hands chilblains frost bites
and chronic sore eyes 22 cts per box
Dr Cadjs Condition Pcwdcrs ore
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition Tonic blood purifier and
vermifuge They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition Price 25
ents per package
It doesnt matter so much what a
man knows as It does what he is able to
make others believe he knows
II The Cap Fits Wear H
If you are suffering from the conse
quences of impure bloodhave boils
pimples or scrofula sores if your food
I does not digest or you suffer from catar
rh or rheumatism you are the one who
should take Hoods Sarsnpatilla It
I will fit your case exactly make your
blood pure and cure salt rheum scrof
I iitf rheumatism ilvRtioDKin lAtarrh
j and give you perfect health
I Hoods Pills cures all liver ills Non
irritating
What we Eat
Is intended to nourish and sustain us
but it must be digested and assimila
ted before it can do this In other I
words the nourishment contained in i
food must be separated by the dies i I
tive organs from the waste materials
and must be carried by the bl00J toall
parts of the body We believe the rea
son for tho great benefit which so
many people derives from HooOs
Sarsaparilla lies in the fact that this
medicine gives good digestion nnt u
makes pure rich blood It restores
the functions of those organs
which convert food into nourishment
that gives strength to nerves and
muscles It also cures dyspepsia
scrofula salt rheum boils sores
pimples and eruptions catarrh rheu i
matism and all diseases that have l
their origin in impure blood jlimit
Democrats iu the Seventh district I
will erect a monument to memory of
the late Evan Settle p
I want to let the people who suffer 4
from rheumatism aud sciatica know ihnt
Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me
after a number of other medicines and a j
doctor had failed It is the best lini
ment I have ever known ofJ A e
DOdgen Alpharetta Ga ThiousaimlsI1
have been cured rheumatism by this cI
remedy One application relieves tho
pain For sale by Perry andI
Thomas jan3lm I ti
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agents are rauduleiit and backed by nothing
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