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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I KLVENTII YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky at Second Class Hatter NUMBER 35 LOUIS Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR o f i- J tt iLANDRAM Iu p lDAKS w ADAM AND Set the First Fall Fashions f xf After they had tumbled to the fact that they were somewhat in need of a Cloak Their primi tive garments were made of fig leaves but you dont want to take a leat out of their fashion book Those fall styles are somewhat old and out of date so you had better come in and see our new styles With your permission we ap point you a committee 6t one to ascertain where you can Cloak and Cape purchases with with best advantage to yourself freely believe that if you in vestigate the subject thoroughly you will buy here That is why suggest the idea to you We admit our motive is a selfish one for we expect to get your trade but if you can profit by taking our ad vice you will doubtless pay little attention to the motive which prompts us to offer it Look where you will get as many prices and facts as you can and then come to us It will not be difi cult for us to convince you that here is the place for you to buy and we will save you from 15 to 25 per cent EYE f make your Ve we 9 r THE Dry Goods Co r f LOGAN I f OttOOt OOOOOOOOOQ 0 OOOOO frft OOOOOO 0 OO 00 0 POO 8 fcANCASTGR AND VICINITy 1 f eouUIlI OUIIOOIOOIUIOCCIUIlIOO t Pate de fole rras truflles too Terrapin duck champagne The man of millions sits and views And he sighs but alas in vain He of the Thanksgiving turkey And again in his mental gaze Hes a lad at the farmhouse dinner Back in his boyhood days Jean C Hayes Go to church today I Sheet iron work at Conns Fresh oysters at T Currys I Buggy repairing at Conns1 A deep snow fell Sunday night Dont fail to visit the museum The banks and post office are closed today Taffeta silks solid colors at Jo sephs Big court adjourned today til Friday Scalding boxes built to order at Corms Ladies see the black taffeta silks at Josephs Kid gloves all colors and sizes at Josephs Jesse Arnold is now night ticket a gent at the depot Horse shoeing and crooked feet treated at Conns 27 new patterns in ladies gold watch es at Thompsons Plain and dotted Swiss readymade curtains at Josephs All kinds of canned goods fruits and celery at T Curreys Surrey and buggy curtains put on at Conns Carriage Shop Guns revolvers locks etc repaired at Conns Carriage Shop Blankets and comforts all weights at low prices at Josephs Nothing of importance was done in the county court Monday Anything you want in the eating line you can get it at Curreys Quick sales and small profits is the motto at Conns Carriage Shop For a high cut shoe or a pair of boots see Patterson Sympson All kind of steam fixtures pipe val ves etc at Conns Carriage Shop We keep best Jellico Coal J S Minor Son We have all sizes ladies Oneita union suits J Joseph Just received a fresh banel of kraut Patterson Sympson Best Cypress Shingles always on Nana J S Minor Son Saddles bridles harness etc at price at Conns Carriage shop Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior goods at other places If you have any kind of work that you have trouble in getting it done take it to Conns Ladies dont fret your life away with that sewing machine send it to Conn and have it repaired and adjusted 25 new patterns in gold watches and other jewelery at Thompsons Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices T Currey You need not call at our mill for flour all grocers keep it si J S Minor Son Piano For Sale In fair condition Will be sold at a bargain Apply at this office n29tf We are having a nice run on boas muffs collarettes and fox collars Our line is complete We can save you money on Lime Cement and Plastering of all J S The recent rains have filled all the ponds in this section And now some of the people are whining too much rain For seedless raisens evaportated appricots cooking figs layer figs fine California prunes etcgo to Patterson Sympsons G M Siler has been appointed marshal by Capt Dee Turner Lancaster now has the best police force in Kentucky Go to the foot ball today These teams play clean ball and have none of the rowdyism so frequently in by other teams interesting ladies J Joseph kind deputy Iindulg- ed think y C d e Look here stop paying high prices when you can get prices O K on all kinds of Vehicles Harness Saddles ect at Conns Carriage Shop Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at THE RECORD office tf We have childrens underwear and hosiery in all sizes and weights See them and you will like themJ Joseph Coal and Salt 7 bushels best salt for 185 lump coal lllcts per bushel nut coal bushel Blue Grass Grocery We are opening up our Xmas ggods as fast as they arrive large lines and low prices for cash Thompson the Jeweler Notice Come pay your school tax The penalty will be added Dec 1st 1122tf E W Harris Col Pay cash and get tickets on every dollars worth of goods bought for the 40000 to be given away in January Thompson the Jeweler For Men Only A free exhibition in the lobby of museum showing the death of Dr Ruiz in Cuba and other interesting objects Robt Underwood has opened a first class grocery store adjoining Marks burys granary All kinds of produce bought at highest price New goods low prices The windows of the court house have been overhauled and put in re pair They were badly in need of this A stitch in time saves making an garment The local telephone wires have been undergoing much improvement A B Maple of Harrodsburg has been doing the work which is pro nounced firstclass Court Day Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather a fair crowd came in Business was pretty good with the merchants and trading fairly good About 150 to 175 cattle on market Butcher stuff brought 5cts yearlings 3 to 3i mules 75 to 115 Not much demand for horses Mammouth Bronze Turkeys fine ones toms 200 hens 125 tf Mrs G T HIgginbotham Marcellus Ky The National Musium of anatonmy will exhibit in the Gaines store room commencing Thursday night Nov 29 to Dec 1st Admission 25cts Age limit 17 unless with parent or guard By some hook or crook no papers came on Saturday nights train and aside from the Bible our people had no reading Sunday Its needless to say few injured their eyesight that day Coal and Feed Best coal always on also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality yet a good cheap coal Ship stuff oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Lost On Lexington pike between town and Marksbury a shopping bag of glasses and a few other articles Finder will please leave at this office and get reward Cold weather is with us and if you are thinking of getting a cloak now is the time We have all colors styles and sizes We will make it to your interest to see us before buying J Joseph sort Three black barrow shoats weigh about 100 pounds each Marked with underbit in rigbt ear and split in left They have been missing about ten days J S Baughman Furniture War W W Withers of Stanford Ky has marked a 7000 stock ofupto date Furniture at cost and carriage If you need Furniture you cannot af ford to miss this Groceries 16 Ibs best granulated sugar 100 ginger snaps per lb 5c 4 big bars soap for 5c 2 lbs new rolled oats for 5c California hams sweet and jucy 8c Ib best lard 8lc lb Blue Grass Grocery Mr J W Elmore bought of Misses Lucy and Jennie Arnold the residence on Danville street for 1505 Mr El more will move to town and occupy the property Hes a good man and THE RECORD welcomes him to our midst ailaeu Meas Jubilee Miss Dove B Harris is making ar rangements to give a Business Mens Jubilee at the Opera House Dec 14 The principal characters will betaken byyoung ladles of Lancasrer Full par ticulars next issue I 8ic per entire lately Monday For Sale ian containing a pair opportunityn29 I hand shelled r A Candy Kitchen D C Payne of Crab Orchard was here again last week looking for a store room with the view of opening a candy kitchen Mr Payne is an at the business and could make it pay in Lancaster The Light Fantastic As we go to press a hop is being given at the Mason hotel in honor of Miss Burnsides lady visitors The young men are talking of giving a big hop in Sweeneys storeroom Christ mas with music by Saxton Card of Thanks We take this method of thanking the many kind friends who valuable assistance during our bereavement We will ever your kind acts Mrs T T Pollard and family Business For Sale Having made arrangements to en gage in other business will sell my stock of General Merchandise storehouse and dwelling at cost wishing a good bargain can secure one here C C Becker- tf Bryantsville Card of Thanks We again ask in THE RECORD to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends for their assistance dur ing our latest bereavement We will ever remember those who helped us by their kind words and deeds J T Leavell and family Foot hail Today The local foot ball team which by the way has never been defeated will tackle the Central University team of Richmond this afternoon at 2 oclock at Dr Herrings field A game will be played as both teams are good ones Admission 25 cts kids 15c A Good Crop One of the finest crops of corn raised in the county was that of Monroe and Turner Floyd colored men near Bry antsville Mr C A Robinson who bought it tells THE RECORD he has never seen a more carefully better crop He bought 100 barrels at 185 Rev Horace Turner of Richmond will preach at the Methodist church Saturday evening at 7 oclock and Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m The sacrament of the Lords supper at Sunday morning service Quarterly conference in connection with Satui day night service Printer Turns Farmer Mr T Currey advertised an Alder ney calf in last issue of THE RECORD but Frank Pumphrey of this office turned farmer and concluded Mr Cur rey didnt know anything about calves so set it in type an albany calf Mr Currey has had many as to the new breed of stock All weekly payments to the Building and Loan Assocaition must be made by Saturday or Satur day night of each week or a fine of five cents per share We cannot re ceive payments on Monday for the Saturday previous without charging the penalty Respectfully- J C Hemphill Secty Thanksgiving The Thanksgiving services today will be held at the Christian church Rev Mr WoolfowJ of the Baptist church will preach the sermon The music will be made a feature of the service The people should attend this service and show that they are thankful for some of their many Information Wanted Henry Malengren writing from Huston Texas asks for information regarding some people named Croft He between 1830 and 1835 Daniel P Croit came to Kentucky married and went to Texas He left three sisters here Mary Harriet and Emily He has valuable information for any of these parties Good Citizen Leaves Mr John C Burdett and family left last week for Bainbridge Indiana where they will reside in the future We regret to see Mr Burdett leave as be is one of our best citizens H is a hardworking honest man one that is a benefit to any community THE RECORD bespeaks for him great success in bis new home Enormous Assessment The State Railroad Commission met last week and increased the assess ment on the Rowland branch of the L N to five thousand dollars per mile Had they put the value of the entire branch at this figure it would come nearer covering the case Rail roads in Kentucky stand about as much show as a snowball in perdition Didnt Sell Mr S A Wortham came over from Stanford Monday to sell the property advertised in THE RECORD The weather was so bad that few people came up when the property was offer ed and the highest bid was 860 Mr Wortham took the place down and did not sell He will sell it privately now and anyone wanting a desirable piece of property will do well to write him at Stanford rendered- so recent remember entire Anyone space rattling attended- or Communion inquiries Lancaster blessings says expert Services Wliul to Give The trouble around Christmas time is to know what to give and if the present is not to be bought how to make it The Delineator for is full of Christmas suggestions Several pages are devoted to holiday fancy work with illustrations also to the latest designs in crotcheting drawn work and modern lace making Puddings cakes and Christmas likewise come in for attention in the December Delineator meeting Closed After a very successful weeks at the Christian church Elder Allen R Moore the pastor concluded to close until this Wednesday eve ning when all things favorable he will resume his preaching every night til end of the week There was much good done in the church and his ser mons greatly enjoyed by the people Mr Moore is not only a splendid preacher but an exceedingly and Christian gentleman Come and See THE RECORD never blows about its circulation but we would like for our advertisers to drop in the office and look over our lists of bona fide You will be surprised at the number of names The quality of the people is somthing of which we are very proud We dont want the rag tag and bobtail element at any price and there are none of thatclass taking the paper Our books are always open to inspection by patrons of the office Raking In Shekles Mr E C Walton of the Stanford Interior Journal Monday in the interest of his paper Since mount ing the editorial tripod he is kept much busier than before but says be takes time to attend the courts He has been doing outside work for the Interior for nearly twenty years and knows more people than any this section of the state By the way he is keeping the Interior right up to its high mark of excellence If there was ever a fellow who deserved success its Ed Walton and that his fondest hopes may be fully realized is our earnest prayer 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an invi tation to a church lair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public at tention to the fact that The Royal Tailors of Chicago have authorized us to reduce prices on 281 Fall and Winter Patterns all the way from 1 to 5 per weve done it Our prices on this high grade tailoring were very low before but now they afford absolutely the best investment candies meeting good- man subscribers suitand December was here main n a man ever made in the way of dress Come and see these we have them all costs you to look and but little to buy and our guar antee is your safe And heres a friendly tip They wont last always J C Hemphill The Contest to N Islit Ali arrangements have been com pleted for the Contest to night The speakers are in fine trim and one of the most stubborn contests is expect ed Friends of the various county schoois will be on hand to root for their representative and a big crowd will fill the Opera House Reserved sold Secure a seat or you may have to stand Circuit Court The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge M C Saufley on the bench The judge charged the grand jury with theirdutiesand in his usual clear manner called their attention to the many evils which they can to a great extent put a stop to The is the GRAND JURY C W Anderson E W Morrow Chas Poindexter J A Doty John Flowers Robinson M F Route T B RobinsonforemanP- ETIT JURY Thos Royse Ike Arnold MarksburyJamesJ Joseph G S EasonNathanJ H Palmer A B Brown JrW D Scott J R BoystonEdward AdamsRThe Commonwealth docket was first taken up and many little 2x4 ca ses disposed of Harve Robinson a oneeyed descendant of Ham was fined 50 and sent to jail 30 days for carrying a pistol Commonwealths attorney John S Owsley is attending court perform ing his duties without fear or favor Sam is all right and can count on many warm friends here Among the attorneys are Hons Robt Harding of Danville and R C of Stanford are both very popular in Garrard and get much to in this court The smiling countenance of Keg Mason is quite familiar behind the clerks The case of Rouse Wallace was on trial yesterday Less Green was acquitted in three cases on the of selling liquor patterns DrugStore following KingJ Greenleaf I I I I Buell Bootees l 4 450 and 5 i 0- o Favorite Stoves Examine our line of Heating Stoves We can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A BeazIeyCo Air Tight 0 Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty ull Line of Furniture and Carpets CLEARING SALE We realize that the only effectual and not wait for dull months to Values like these to bring you to our store Overcoats worth 5 at Overcoats worth Overcoats worth S1250 at Suits worth at Suits worth all solid shoes worth at Hocker Bootees worth at 450 Blankets Comforts and Under wear very cheap R L Jennings Co Leading Merchants Paint Lick R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward humis350 50 at 865U 10 650 500 850 LadiesJackets LadiesWraps135 100 500 advertise Drew Selbys I i LADIES SHOES 1 iIiJlilJ iJliill1mgJ m o 1 I r lIrail WINTER IS NOW UPON US We are showing the most complete lines of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishing Goods In this market If you are looking for bargains come see us Logan Robinson f li IF l t I At 350 41 tJ II i Walkover Shoe r uu I I f Hats ege JJIII III HI ill fI Stetson I 1 CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV EVERY WEEK BY LOUIS LANDRA3I Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY IN ADVASC1 Six MONTHS THREE 100 50 25 GIVE THANKS UNTO lUlU ALTHOUGH mans dependent state and his relation to God suggest a feel ing of thanksgiving from the begin ning it is nevertheless true that the custom apart an annual Thanksgiving Day is purely American For over five thousand years nations had flourished in wealth and affluence and many had fallen victims to in dulgence in sin and pernicious legisla tion A spirit of civil and religious liberty sought freedom from the iron rule of despotism in the old world and emigrants brought that spirit to the wilds of America where altars were erected from which petitions were sent to Heaven by those who desired to worship according to the dictates of their own conscience Following this spirit days were ap pointed annually in the ISew England States for giving thanks The first proclamation for a national observ ance of such a day was issued by Lincoln So when we meet to day to give thanks we should re fer with pride to the day as one of the bright jewels which shed a halo of glory about the brow of Columbia and which add a new charm to the magic touch of our civilization While we should give thanks con tinually for temporal and spirjfcwil blessings it is appropriate that a nation which has gained a place among the powers of the earth which has superior natural resources surrounded by and permitted to enjoy all the blessings that earth can afford should set apart oce day to give thanks It has been wisely said that if we would count our blessings we would not have time to mention our The thanks of many do not rise above the drumstick of a turkeys leg or a piece of black cake Each and each breath is a blessing and these two items give us over 125000 blessings per day saying nothing of the thousands of other temporal and spiritual blessings which we enjoy Some people have no more conception of true thanksgiving and gratitude due to each other and to God than a fatted steer has One of the grossest sins is the sin of ingratitude and the man without gratitude is like a nothing to benefit mankind and serving as a mockery to the wisdom and goodness of the One who is the only Being that deserves the thanks and the of every intelliegnce in the universeAs else God is in the dispensation of his Some acquire more of this worlds goods than others but this is because of energy and economy in some and unfair dealing in others It is better for many that they are not possessed of wealth as they would misappropriate it The same prevails in dispensing spiritual blessings All who will can drink of the waters of eternal life and find sweet solace in the cleansing power of the Lamb Thanksgiving implies a realization of our dependence upon God and due appreciation ot blessings received We should cultivate these feelings until we fulfill the all things giving thanks When we meet this morning to worship let it be done in the proper spirit and with a full understanding of our duties and glutton when the bounteous board is approached but let us rather pour out our souls in thanksgiving and earn estly petition the God of mercies for a continuation of blessings JBRYANTSVILLE Mrs Lillian Warner of Buckeye was here visiting friends this week B F Jennings and Haselden attended the funeral of Mr Pollard in your city last week Mr Robert Col lier and charming daughter Miss Dai sy returned to their home near Dan yule after a visit to Mrs Taylor Bur dettMr and Mrs Crutchfield and in your city Saturday Mrs C C Becker visited her mother at Hick ping in Danville last Tuesday Miss Thanksgiving is near at hand and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cure biliousness constipation and headache They are easy to take R 900I J ONE fERIB I of setting President eminent troubles pulsation barren treeyielding Omnipotent adoration impartial bounties impartiality injunctionIn indulgein J S visitingneighborhood Armstrongand visiting hisface I 29 Y cAB M byE A f J t fc of of Of al a HISTORY OF THE DAY Thanksgiving Is a Holiday Dear to the Heart of American Day is a peculiarly History it is that the pious peo ple of Leyden Holland observed a day of thanksgiving as early as 1575 to commemo rate the first anniversary of the raising of the siege of that city In 1C23 a day of and prayer was appointed on account of the drought Rain came abundantly while the people were praying and the governor appointed a day of thanksgiving which was observed with religious exercises The first recorded Thanksgiving by authority in America was pro claimed in l bay in 1031 Owing to the great I scarcity of provi sions and consequent menace of starva tion the 22d of February was desig nated to be observed as a fast day Before that date a longex pected vessel arrived from Ireland loaded with provisions and A D 1631 the fast day was changed into one of thanksgiving Benjamin Franklin relates that in a time great despondency among the first of New England it was proposed in one their public meetings to proclaim a fast An aged farmer rose and spoke of Heaven with their complaints and of the many mercies they had received and of the causes they had for giving thanks He then made a motion that instead of appointing a day of fasting they should appoint a day thanksgiving To this the assembly read was the first of the to appoint an annual thanksgiving by the proclamation of governor Duringtherevolution Thanksgiving was a national insti tution being recommended by congress but after a V for peace in 1784 H there was no nation I appointment until 1789 when Wash ington by request of congress r e c o m A lb71 mended a day of thanksgiving for the of the constitution Washington issued second proclamation of thanksgiving in 1795 on account of the suppression of President Madison by request of congress recommended a Thanksgiving for peace in 1815 but official recommenda tion of a day for giving thanks was mainly confined to New England until the year 1817 after which day it was regularly appointed by the governor of New York In 1855 Gov Jackson of Virginia recommended a day of thanksgiving but in 1857 Gov Wise when requested to do so publicly declined on the ground that he was not authorized to interefere in religious matters During the war between the states in 1863 and 1804 President Lincoln issued proclamations national thanksgiving Since then a proclamation has been issued ally by the president as well as by the ernors of the various states and the mayors of the principal cities and custom has fixed the time as the last Thursday in In the early days Thanksgiving was a purely religious holiday Later on it became the occasion for 1 family reunionsI and feasts preceded by church services Latterly it seems to have been given over to the football play ers just as Decora day has been ap by bi cyclists Whether V attending a football game is calculated to J make men A D 1900 berly and seriously of the blessings which have crowned the year is a question which we are told individual answer Advocates of the great college game claim that the innovation is harmless yet not even the most eiithu siastic among them venture the assertion that it has a tendency to make anyone grateful for the bounties Providence has him There are many ways of showing gratitude but the oldfashioned way of thanking the Lord in His house seems after all to be the best and most elevating A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION u v r Every THANKSGIVING Massachusetts settlers agreedMassachusetts colonies the Enlish general iliiI111 ffI D adoption insurrection recommending gO annual the thinks requires feel bestowedupon fasting appointed 4 tI u 1 y r provoking day annually thanksgiving l inn s ilion i 7 Farmer Me an youll have a purty good time Thanksgiving eh The pardon me if I disagree with Book The way wid yoh celery Yoh taters an yoh pie Yoh gravy and yoh dressin Case Is potter pass em by White folks dey kin eat em Ef dey wants de taste But I come yere foh turkey An Is got no room to waste Washington Star Open to That Suaplclon I guess remarked the salesman in the department store as his Chinese customer went away Wop Lee is making for his Thanksgiving He has bought a rat trap Chicago Tribune Spoiled It for Rev Mr Goodman Well did you enjoy your Thanksgiving Willie No We had company and I had to eat with my fork Chicago aid BirdWell youYellow Trimmings- Go arrangements Him Willie t 0 Times Her PAINT LICK Mr Andy Lackey has been quite sick J V Logan sold to Guy Rice a har ness mare for 40 Little Miss Mary Clark Engleman has been quite sick this week Our string band will furnish music at the Contest Thursday night J B Ely attended the Carriage Ma kers Association at Cincinnati last weekBe sure and stop at the Varanda Hotel get a good meal and your horse fed well There was more water in Paint Lick Creek Saturday than there has been in a long time Currey Rice little son of Mr Guy Rice fell from his bycicle and his arm We are glad to know that E W and family of Lancaster will be citizens of our town soon MrChamp Shumate says he is sev entyfour years old and he has never taken but one dose of medicine in his life Will Denny Jr of Point says as he came up on the train evening some fellow took seven dollars out of his pocket Misses Zilla Williams and Bettie Shearer Neal Anderson of BlueGrass and Scott Gum of Cleveland Ken tucky are visiting the family of J W Adams is favorably spoken of as a candidate for magistrate Jack is a tried and true democrat and the party could not make a better selec tion James Ballard died on the 22nd of typhoid fever Funeral services were held at the family residence and his remains were interred in the Cemetery John Rucker engineer for our mill left for Ford Friday where he has accepted a more lucrative position with tne Ford Lumber Company We all regret that John has left us for a nice clever gentleman and was well liked by everybody As we have already predicted Paint Lick will be a manufacturing town Joe McCormack will start up a broom factory in a few days R N Beazley Co are making arrangements for their tobacco factory Pullins Stone have been here lookig for a location to manufacture their patent GGNERAfc Complete official returns from the Eleventh district give Boreing Re publican for Congress 18125 majority The Manufacturers Record that this years cotton crop will be worth 750000000 to theSouth Byron Lady a seventeenyearold pupil in Lyon county assaulted and badly injured his school teacher Carl Gresham On October 31 there were 3935 banks in operation with a capital of 032502395 The combined resources were over 5000 000000 Byron Hanks a prominent young farmer of Anderson county died at his home in Tyrone from the effects of an overdose of morphine taken with suicidal intent Joe Mulhatton is said to have been committed to the Arizona insane at a hopeless manic He is said to have received several dollars as part payment on his share of the proceeds of a mine sale but the money can not be found Mr Leslie Combs former chairman of the Republican Campaign says the question of congressional contests lies with the defeated and ho indicates that the State Central Committee will take no hand in the matter At Lexington Saturday night while the ladder wagon of the fire was returning from a fire it was struck by a freight train which was backing along the tract Fire Chief George Muir was seriously if not hurt and several others were in juredNovember corn reached fifty cents thereby fulfilling predictions which have been freely made for it of late Mrs Josephine K Henry of Ver sailles was elected one of the Vice Presidents of the American Free Thought Association at its conven tion in Cincinnati Confederate veterans of Lexington who intend to organize a true Demo cratic branch will hold their meet ing for that purpose on next Saturday The floods in Western Kentucky and in Tennessee are receding railroad traffic in some sections is still suspended Chief of Police McD Ross in keeping with the reform started by Mayor Duncan at Lexington has or dered that no women shall be allowed to frequent the saloons that all such will be arrested Mag Simon Peter Gross er who became famous as proprietor of the Kentucky at the Worlds Fair in Chicago and who with J Hull Davidson undertook the conduct of the American restaurant at Paris Exposition is returning home broke His venture in the French capital proved a failure and on Tues day his property in Lexington known as Gross Park is to be sold at auction Herbine sweetens the breathbright ens the eyes and clears the complex ion without the slightest ill effects whatever and ensuers the natiira bloom of health Price 50 cents Leaven AdamsJack Richmond beehives r estimates national combined asylum Ph nix thousand I I I Committee candidates fatally but and thecater dislocated Norris Friday his C 000000000000000000000000000000 NGWS 000000000000000000000000000000 department John restaurant e j F PREACHERSVILLE Corn is selling at this place for 175 per barrel J L Anderson has bought fourteen nice shoats at 3Jc James Kennedy bought a calf from F Payne for 6 John Anderson sold shoats last week for 2 per head There has been an abundance of rain fall since our last report H II Davis bought a saddle horse from Capt James Johnson for 100 B D Holtzclaw bought some ten stacks of hay from J J Thompson for 125 Willie P Rigsby has returned to Lebanon Ohio to attend school this winter Rev Wm Sprinkler bought some nice meat hogs from Sweeney Morgan at 465 Jones Anderson bought eight hogs from Ben Duncan for 365 per hun dred pounds Mrs George King who has been suffering with a sore foot is some at this time James Roberts passed through here Saturday with a bunch of nice cattle for the Lancaster market Frederick C Shaw went over to Stanford Wednesday to pay his tax and was taken sick while there and by hard driving his sons managed to get this place where his son Fred lives and he died inside of three min utes after getting in the house He leaves a wife and eight children to mourn his loss He was an honorable and upright man in all his dealings He was buried in this place The fu neral was preached by Rev Hobbs of the Methodist church and Rev Hutchins of the Baptist church May the Lord comfort the bereaved fam ilyJohn Payne of Lebanon Junction was visiting his mother last week Mr Thomas Shaw and father and sister of Danville was here last week Misses Jennie and Pearl Hardin and Jennie Pherigo Messrs Ben and Harvey Pherigo were visiting here last week Mr and Mrs F Cummins gave a candy pulling to the young people last week which was much enjoyed by all who ottend ed Several schools in neighboring dis oricts closed last Friday Isaiah Kelley sold a fat hog to Royston for 4 per cwt The dust of this community has been converted into mud and snow Moses Lawson bought of Miss An nie Scott forty acres of land for 400 Miss Mittie D Worrel will start for Nashville Tennessee shortly to take a business course James Miller sold one fat hog to Sam Anderson for 435 per cwt also one to James Hutching for 450 per cwt A Vllago Blacksmith Saved His Little Sons Life Mr H H Black the wellknown vil age blacksmith at Grahamsville Sull ivan Co N Y says Our little son five years old has always been subject to croup and so bad have the attacks been that we have feared many times that he would die We have had the doctor and used many medicines but Chamberlains Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by 1m some better relative Daniel R E McRoberts R 45 FLAT WOODS sea dim and ancient for est lie the leaflets brown and golden And the lonely crow la calling from the mead ows sentry tree And I hear the bells sweet cadence as they tell the story olden How we got our first Thanksgiving from the men who crossed the sea How the Pilgrim Fathers gathered neath the dun skies of November With the painted swage crouching like a lion for his prey How they thanked God for the harvest let the Country long remember And cherish unto latest time our first Thanksgiving Day Today the bells are ringing In the fair Thanksgiving morning And all the land is thankful for the bless ings from on high And happiness and smiling p e a c e the whole land are adorning And over all is ft V I bending now Hg the Autumns skyFromocean a harvest of great splendor By And over all the starry flag that neershall lack defender- Is waving in its glory where the moun tain meets the plain Thus from the small beginning in New Englands forest olden Grew the sweet and sacred custom whichwe keep with love today And the memrles of morning when deep in the forest with us for aye They sleep upon tho hillsides where the balmy breeze is blowing Neath the gentle rains of summer and the winters spotless snow And the larches and the cedars shadows in the Autumn long ag Marching ever on to glory Is our heaven guarded Nation With Columbia leading forward neath the banner of the free Destined in the ranks of Honor to quire the high est station I Breasting all the angry tempests I like a rock that t dares the Hall the s e e Thanksgiving mornings that shall evermore remind I Of the glorious birth of freedom and th liberty we love The thoughts that are unmanly we have put foreer behind us Pressing onward ever onward with the cloudless skies above Let the glad bells tell the story how across the raging ocean To the fairest land of freedom came little pilgrim band Fleeing from the old MM worlds hot commotion T 31 To plant the tree m of Liberty in fair land They gave us our Thanksgiving in the woodland grim and hoary They thanked the watchful Father as the land thanks Him today And the millions lift their voices in the everblessed story Of the first Thanksgiving morning in the wildwood cold and gray T C HARBAUGH Rich Stuffing The have a whole string of stags jokes to tell you old chap The them to brother turkey over there The you think he would like to hear them The Its the proper thing to stuff a with chestnuts now Chicago Daily The Wishbone Ill break the wishbone with you dear To crown this festal day of cheer Cold Fate must needs be kind to you Whateer you wish that shall come true Chicago Record For all fresh wounds therei on the human subject or on animals Ballards Snow Liniment is excellent while for cornhuskerssprained barbedwire cuts and sores on horses it cannot be too highly commended Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm i I I i I s THE I I gathered that I golden Met the humble Pilgrim Fathers remit throwingWho I acc us I I the from aharsh oppressIon I DuckI GooseTell DuckDo GooseCertainly cutsor wrists working r r 4 l 4A1 b i J vast i j kI I r Ii iL I l willl L seaT I L Columbi turkey S a Never try to coax a cold or cough use the remedy that unfailingly both Coussens Honey of Tar is the great specific for all throat and lung troubles Price 25 and 50 cents C C J E Stormes lm Most people believe in the total of somebody else Whites Cream Vermifuge removes the unhealthy tis lie upon which worms thrive it briif and quickly a healthy condition of body where worms cannot exist 25 cents C C J E Stormes lm Cold comfort comes in small chunk when the iceman serves it When you feel that life is hardly worth the candle take a dose of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse your stomach tone up your liver and regulate your making you feel like a new man For sale by R E McRoberts lm A womans husband is never as dear to her as her husbands wife Both makers and circulators of counterfeits commit fraud Honest men will not deceive you into buying worthless counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The original is infallible for curing pilessoreseczema and all skin diseases F P Frisbie The divorce court frequently a man and wife to live happily ever after Many people are suffering fearfully from indigestion or dyspepsia when single bottle of IIerbine would bring about a prompt and permanent cure A few doses will do more for a weak stomach than a prolonged course of any other medicine Price 50c C C J E Stormes lm One wife has been known to set a man wondering why he was ever born Many people worry because they be lieve they have heart disease The chances are that their hearts are all right but their stomachs are unable to digest food Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and prevents the formation of gas which makes the stomach press against the heart It will cure every form of indigestion Frisbie Matches are made in heaven The fire never goes out in the other place There is probably no disease more distressing and annoying than piles Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is daily curing cases of years standing of itching and bleeding piles The cure begins on the first application a little perseverance makes the cure complete Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75 cents C C J E Stormes lm Marriage isnt a failure as often as it is a sort of compromise on both sidesTo remove a troublesome corn or bunion Frst soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing for five minutes at each A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and Pain Balm is unequalled for sale by R E McRoberts lm If men were serpents the woods would be full of female snake No Right to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blothes skin eruptions and a complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlooking charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cts at Mc Roberts drug store conquers depravity I I I bowels enables lone F P vigorously application rheumatism charmers attractive wretched regulate C rice fJ swill 1e SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT CO OF LEXINGTON KY PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED We Pay While You They Pay When You Die Over 330000 paid in living benefits Over 60000 Reserve and Surplus Over 6000O Paid in September Promotes EconomyGuarantees Safety Large Returns in Profits A SMITH BOWMAN Secretary C LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call ojviiJ C HemphiU Lor G Tv Jno G Bradfordville Agent Which do You Prefer Secures f I Ky Speci f 1 1 7 t Live Austin Farris Ky- t Lancaster ALL KINDS OP ROOFING GUTTERING REPAIRING Done on short notice new foreman J is in charge shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass J B Collier I Shop over J C Robinsons store SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER KY We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses always on hand for sale BURTON CAPITAL ORGANIZED 1883 PITfflS NATIONAL BANK LjMiMWm fl Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Oarefal and PromptAttention Guaranteed J M HieaiSBOTHAx Prcalden- Lzwia Y LIAVELL B F HUDSON Caahlei W O RiexEY Assistant CDWALKZB Bookkeeper DIRECTORS HieaiMBOTHAif LEWIS Y LKJLVKL HUDSON NATIONAL BANK SURPLU OOOOC LANCASTER JLY ARDBSST President JNO E STOBMIS Vice President S C DENNT Cashier J F ROBINSON JR Asat Cashr R T EMBRY BookKeeper DIRECTORS Sam 1 D Cochran Jaa Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W HKInnalrd RKINNAIRD INSURANCE Aetna Queen Palatine NationalHartford Gonneticnt German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Aetna Life Ins Co of MffJLQm Blue Grass Nurseries Fall 1900 Every thing for orchard lawn and garden Trees by the fruit forest and ordamental Asparagus grape vines small fruits and every thing the home country or in town No agents employed and rock bottom tothe actual planter Catalogue on application to H F Lexington Ky 1I i I f I j- I I I I JOur I i I I I I I Coo U 0 oc OOOOQOOOOOOOOOOoOHOO 000001 Burton J1i 4LIVERY Cash T IABNOLD B F THB OF j 5000000 f 1 t Representin Followin Companies GlobeNorth neededabout 0oooo0acooooocacooa00o0o4oood0 w weB Ylce President r JJvALSEPLI493t CIO fa t million I WE ARE THE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE I Jfl JNlUiL m iX tt Z X m E5 EE L4 o EA TMAw 017AK Films PrintingPaper We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line I I I Iris bi e s E 11 arEE1 aC Y s- D 0 HAVE YOU SEEN The 200 2 25 and 250 Velvet Hats nicely trimmed that 1 rJNI Q ri i toJi J tselling If yon have not bought your hat give us a call you will be surprised to see what a nice hat you can get for such a small sum of money and everything else in our line at the same marvelously low price cccooCOOOCOOIOICOOO6OOOO I II II I I t I I I I I ooooooooocooooocaaooocoooooooooooooo CO COOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0000000000000040000000000400000000000o004Q00000000000 1- ai i Tare L CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY NOV 29 1900 Miss Amy Davidson visited Miss Lillie Bourne Sunday Mrs A II Rice leaves Friday for her home in Nashville Tenn Paul Miller of Lexington is at home to spend Thanksgiving Mr Jesse Walden and wife of Dan vine were visitors here Sunday Miss Amy Davidson has been the guest of her aunt Mrs W JRomans Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead is vis iting relatives and friends in this cityMt Vernon Signal Mr T S of Lancaster was here a few days Mr Todd Scott and wife have taken rooms with Mrs Fox on Danville streetMesdames J I Hamilton and Marga ret Taylor visited Buena Vista last weekMiss Nell Hackney of London is the guest of her sister Mrs Richard G WardMrs Lane and son Wesley were guests of Mrs J I Hamilton ThursdayW has been in Cincin nati attending the Carriage Dealers AssociationSomerset Journal Mr Will Pet tus of Garrard is visiting his father Judge Pettus Mrs George McRobertsof Stanford is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Rev Chas Reid wife and pretty baby Julia left Tuesday for their home in Colorado Mr Branham Beazley is in attending a house party given by Miss Clara Hayden Mr Banks Hudson and wife will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Ken nedy of Lexington Messrs W Burton Saufley Hughes and Frank Marksbury were visitors at Bourne Ky Sunday 1 i J e J Lexington i ooodoooo 00000000oooooeooooo0o- tR OUT PEOPhG 00000 ooooQ ooo 000000000000000000 rX Miller since 1 Mr and Mrs Chas F Denman of Nicholasville visited the latters here Sunday Mr and Mrs James Pumphrey their daughter Mrs Tankersley at Silver Creek Sunday Miss Jennie Burnside is at home from a delightful visit to Miss Lettie Brown of Lexington Mr and Mrs Ed C Gaines were elegantly entertained by the laters grandparents Monday Eld Moore and family have rented the Fisher property on Lexington St and will move this week Mr Thomas Cherry and Miss Susie Hilton of Brodhead were guests of Miss Berta Hilton Sunday Revs J Wolford and Charles Reid attended the Baptist Young Peoples Convention at Lexington The editor will eat Thanksgiving turkey with his sister Mrs Wood Dunlap in Lexington today Mrs W 0 Bradley and daughter Miss Christine have returned from a shopping expedition in Cincinnati Mt Vernon Signal Miss Rhoda White returned the first of the week from a visit to relaiives at Lancaster Mr and Mrs Ed C Gaines und were royally entertained at a dinner by Mr and Mrs Jas A Mrs George Patterson left Monday for Washington D C where she goes as a delegate to the National W C T U Convention Mr Bowman and wile nee Miss Lula Anderson will spend Thanks giving with her parents Mr W A Anderson and wife Mrs Robert Payne left Tuesday for her home in Lexington She has been spending several months with her Miss Jane Hopper Mr John Woods and family have moved to their new home in the Marksbury neighborhood Mr Woods will remain with theLoganDry Goods Co Misses Polly Traylor of Stanford Kennedy of Richmond and Tillie of Paint Lick will be by Misses Allie and Mary Arnold this evening Lexington Leader Mr Ashbrook Frank of Loussville formerly of this city is spending a few days here Mr parents visited attendants Roy- ston sister Arnold entertained Oneita suits best quality 60c others ask 125 for same goods Our 1 and 1 hat can not be beaten for the money We have an excellent line of mens shoes for 250These are the same shoes you have been paying 350 for Dont take our word for it but and see for your self We guarantee our 160 and 225 shoes for ladies to be the same shoe that others sell at 250 and 300 We have an excellent line of corduroy and all wool pants for 135 just what you need this winter to keep you warm We have a full line of general will sell at the lowest price either for cash produce We are selling 15 lbs best granulated sugar for 1 and best patent flour for 60c per sack You can not do no better this in LancasterBring your produce we guarantee to give as much as any house in Lancaster No matter how much they offer for it we will their We solicit a of your trade Respectfully N Go At 1 READ that whichwe or PATTERS NI l lot Ir I I Must Some Price r come 9P 0 ape Frank was one of the prominent of the L A C and his friends welcome him back Frank Pumphrey of this office will spend today visiting his sister at Creek and put in some of the time hunting with his new Winches ter shotgun The ollice force expects to have game dinners for some time after his return The following young folks are being handsomely entertained by Miss Flor ence Burnside Misses Barbara Thompson Mary Miller Emily Che nault of Richmond Fannie Doty Lancaster and Messrs Jim Wagers and Allen Zarring Richmond Mrs John E Stormes entertained Thursday evening in her charming manner the following couples and Mrs Banks Hudson Mr and Mrs Wm Berkele Mr and Mrs Jno Baugh man Mr and Mrs Louis Landram The guests formed a club which will meet every two weeks during the win ter The club will be entertained next by Mrs Louis Landram o oooooooo oo0ooo oooo eooeoooeo S CUPIDS CAPERS I BKIGIITItAMSEY The marriage of Mr John Bright Jr of Bertha Ky and Miss Lucile daughter of Dr and Mrs B Ramsey of Paint Lick was the happy ending to a long and delightful courtship In response to the invitations issued to the innumerable friends of the bride the Paint Lick Presbyterian church was on Nov 21 crowded to the to witness the marriage The church was beautifully with an abundance of flowers and choice evergreens an artistic arch made of chrysanthemums and evergreens spanned each aisle near the altar and the large one over the altar was a thing of rare beauty and artistic design Promptly at 810 oclock to the strains of the wedding march rendered so beautifully by Mrs Judge Burnside the bridal party entered the church preceded by the ushers Mr Burdett Ramsey and Mr W II Terrill brother and cousin of the bride Next to the ushers were Miss Sue Ogilvie and Dr A S Price then Miss Elveree Wallace and Mr Richard Denny and Miss Mayme Ramsey and Mr Will Brooks after these came the bride and groom who met under the central arch and amid myriads of snowy chrysanthemums were united in marriage by Rev A W Crawford the brides pastor in his usual impressive and beautiful man ner After the ceremony the bridal party left for Bertha Ky via Never before was there such an outpouring of friends to witness a marriage here They unite in wish Ing the happy couple happy and prosperous life May their lives be as one long sweet dream with the exception that it shall be a sweet re Hygienic Skirts In both city and country the hygi enic skirt which leaves the foot free and saves the skirt from street defile ment has taken firm hold upon the common sense of women Where a few months ago such skirts attracted attention in the street they are now seen by hundreds The Delineator for December makes a special display of hygienic skirts in various in addition explains to the readers how to make similar ones for them selves The Delineator is invaluable to those women who from taste or motives of economy make their clothes at home DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best liver pills made Easy to take and never gripe F P Frisbie 1m Mothers get scared so easily that the doctors manage to make money I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoer Remedy and find it to be a great medicine says Mr E S Phipps of Pdteau Ark Itcured me of bloody flux I cannot speak too highly of it This remedy always wins the good opinion if not praise of those whouse it The quick which it effects even in the most se vere cases make it a favorite every where For sale by McBoberts r I nd leaders Silver utmost ceremony decorated Stanford a long from 0 considerable E I D1 o00000000oooooeoooooooooeoo N1 styles x 000000000 a Mr He his he be er is It In Ittemorlum On Tuesday night November 20th T T Pollard died at his home near Marksbury this county The news of his death cast a gloom over the entire community as no man had more friends nor stood higher in the estimation of the people than did he Mr Pollard was born in Mason county Ky sixtyone years ago He came to Garrard when a boy and has resided at the present home place ever since In early life he joined the Odd Fellows lodge and was always an en thusiastic member of that fraternity seldom let anything interfere attending the meetings and was absent the other members important kept him away He leaves seven living They are Mrs Ella Cecil Miss Jennie Pollard Mrs Belle Bourne Mason H Pollard Mrs Talitha Sut ton Mrs Anna Bourne and T T Jr The deceased was one of Garrards most prominent and high lyrespected citizensand was one of its most substantial business men His life was one of honesty and upright ness and one worthy of example by the young A good man has gone Peace to his ashes A Friend At the last meeting of the Lancaster Odd Fellows lodge the following were unanimously adopted We your committee appointed to draft suitable upon the death of our beloved brother T T Pollard submit the following Resolved That in the of our brother T T Pollard this lodge has lost a devoted member his a kind and affectionate husband and and the community a good He was a of true Odd Fellowship as demonstrated by him fully and filled its precepts He illustrated the influence which true adherence to our principles exercise in a Bro Pollard was a man of pure habits He lived in the atmosphere of moral cleanliness a thorough gentleman and under all circumstances His love for Odd was touching in its manifestation Next to the duties he owed to his God and his family he held those which he owed to his lodge and his order He was not en Odd Fellow only when adorned with the emblems of the order in rooms but always and everywhere Resolved these resolutions spread at large upon the records of this lodge a sent tq the family and published in CENTRAL RECORD K F Postle Com Leonidas Robinson Parable of 1900 The following good adviCe we clip from an observant exchange My son follow not in the footstept of the loaf and make no example of him who born tired for verily I say their businese is overstocked and the seats on the corners are all taken and the whittling places are all occupied is better to saw wood at two bits a cord than to whittle in a loafing match and cuss the government My son while thou hast left in thy skull breath smelleth like unto a glue and thy whole appearance is in intelligence than a store dummy Yes thou art cipher with the head knocked off A Powder mill Explosion Removes everything in sight so do drastic mineral pills but both are mighty dangerous Dont dynamite the delicate machinery of yonr body with calomel croton oil or aloes pills when Dr Kings New Life Pills which are gentle as a summer breeze do the work perfectly Cures headache Only 25c at McRoberts drug store No one seems to have as hard a time earning money as the woman who marries for it The State of Matrimony Is one of the United if it isnt on the map Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also old running and sores ulcers boils felons corns warts cuts bruises burns scalds chapped hands chilblains Best pile cure on earth Drives out pains and aches Only 25 cts a box Cure gua ranteed Sold by R E McBoberts knew somthing children Pollard resolutions father citizen wholesome community exceptionally R II Tomlinson I J te- A unto you awayfromfac- tory less constipation Stateseven fever wi wh then Mounts Flash Powders we do If it or He Didnt Care Housewife My dear I see a twocol umn article in the Sunday how even flour is being adulterated Husband Well I dont care ner need you We cant git nothing wrong with our stomick if we take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin All druggists sell it or see R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m Hold Your Tobacco Every tobacco journal with whom exchange advises people in the White Burley district to hold their for good prices The farmers should take this advice and stand squarly on their ground If you need money and have a good crop you can easily get it and it will be but a short time until the price will come to you One or two weakkneed fellows may much harm by selling too your tobacco is good demand a good price and hold for it but if bad sell in winter order Farmers must stand or starve It is a thousand pit ies that the tobacco growers are not well organized Farmers Friend You cant afford to risk your life by allowing a cough or a cold to develop into pneumonia or consumption One Minute Cough Cure will cure throat and lung troubles quicker than any other preparation known Many use it as a specific for grippe It is an infallible remedy for croup Children like it and mothers endorse Frisbie A New Religion Just at this time our country needs a new religion that will make a man pay his debts says the Methodist Ad vocate Shouting does not settle ac counts with God We bounce right into a fellow and put him out of the church if he goes to a ball or a thea ter but never a word to the pious scamp who never pays his debts Preachers and people who do not pay their debts are doing the church more harm than dancers and drunkards for there are more of them in the church Reader is this getting close to you Then lay down your paper and go and pay up and read on with ease But dont you stop paying because the Statue of Limitation excuse the open account which you made for bread and meat You must pay it in cash God will make you pay it in fire and brimstone God knows no such excuse for not paying as homestead When you raise that excuse to keep from paying your debts you can stop singing When I can read my titles clear to mansions in the skies You have none there paper about te tobacco together tn doctors F P tU exemption cheap r CONDITION OF YOUR TEETHD- oyou want them to lodk well and work well To be free from pain To be out of your mouth if they have X passed beyond usefulness To be fill ed with a permanent composition if decayed Do you want to have the necessary DENTAL WORK done at moderate cost If you do come to DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open all night is ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE Buy Your X School Supplies New and SecondHand SB O O 1 S x McROBERTS LIs Coming Our Christmas goods will be on display Saturday Dec 1st Come and see them They speak for themselves STORMES5 STORE til PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos Prescriptions Accurately Garrard County Friends Always Welcome LILLARD STOUT DANVILLE IMPORTANT NOTICE To the Good of Garrard we wish to that we are getting up the best MERCHANT TAILOR ion We employ nothing but the most expert tailorsand our than any house on earth rane ion RespectfullyROWLAND DANVILLE KY OO OOOOOC 2 I 1 AT 2 I DRUG STORE I COO COOOOC OO rc i t T m Compounded sa CUTTERSOur THETRADEexpenses J 0 3 DJ Ii DRUG0 s I vii ice Fine Farm For Sale will sell privately my farm contain 342 acres situated 1J miles south of Bryants There Is a splendid 2story dwelling containing six rooms on the place good barn house granary dull all other necessary Neverfalling water at door and plenty of stock water on the place The place well suited for stock term All under good fence Close to churches and good school Good reason for selling Will take a smaller farm or other business in exchange HENRY KUHLMANN 920 tf Bryantsville Ky STRAYED OR STOLEN Bay horse about 7 years old white mark near left shoulder had on saddle and bridle Was taken from Lancaster Monday night forreturn TILDEN DALY Karkabary Ky outbuildings Reward i JOHN T JOHNSTON Civil Engineeringand also County Surveyor LANCASTER KY All business promptly attended J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILXE KENTUCKY Land Sroyor and Apt for AETNA FIREINSURANCECO c j Chrusanthemums A Thanksgiving Story j Bu Manda L Crocker EOPLE said they were a pair of jgS precious fools to give such a mite of a baby that horrid long name As if it were going to make her better than we common folks said Belle Vicker ink with her nose in theair or that she would be any better looking either added Merry Jaxon who was a beau i from her Nevertheless the Kimballs did name the dot of humanity that horrid long name in epite of the comment and adverse opinion of a dozen exceedingly interested neighbors Vhether it was because there was a bank of the beautiful blossoms in the sunny Fouth room where she was born on that Thanksgiving day they having been hustled in from the uncongenial November air out side a few hours lefore her coming or not was never explained No matter Chrysanthea was now the belle of lloserock notwithstanding her horrid long name Eighteen serene Thanksgiving suns had run the glowing dayrim setting in a halo of memories sweet for Kimballs daughter and we find her fair and pure as the flowers for which she was named Tomorrow would be her nineteenth birth day and Mr and Mrs Kimball meant to have a lovely surprise on Chrysanthea And this special November was behaving it self in a special way with reference to the parental plans under way Today the pleasant deep diningroom was banked with snowwhite and creamy bios souls on three sides a beautiful wainscoting trulyMrs Kimball gave the same reason to Chrysanthea for the indoor bloom that she had given to her husband just 19 years ago j These bleak nights she said and chrysanthemums were never made for each other But her room and her heart were always congenial for them And Mr smiled in a proud contented way as he carried in the blooming bank nearly two decades ago Today the stately daughter smiled the proud glad smile while bending over t it t I I same h I 11 birthS Kimball CHRYSAHTHEA AND HER PROTEGE the rich beauty about her Our dining room will be magnificently yet simply for tomorrow she said her fine eyes taking in the wealth of bloom at one sweep She was her mothers daughter the bIos soms were her souls delight But Chrysan thea had a leaf in her heart chapter which in some way had been left out or turned over a blank in the bosom of her fond mam ma She had a penchant for looking after the poor and her father gave her a beau tiful compliment when he said that his daughter was just like all other flowers as ready to bloom for the poor as for the wealthy Nothing was ever truer than this nnd as Chrysanthea drank in the quiet rich beauty of the blossom bank a thought of the bare cheerless cellar room on Brisbane street where day after day a child tossed from one side to the other with the pain of a long illness came to her and she said 0 mamma I must take some of this beauty and comfort to poor lit tIe Janet when 1 go with the Thanksgiving basket in the morning Yes said Mrs Kimball intent on train decorated appreciative andrestlessness ing a vine over a picture in the next room hut pick them out here and there so effect will not be spoiled 0 mamma certainly but you are so careful of tomorrows effect I wonder at it a seeing only we are to be the And the fair girl looked a little puzzled Well well exclaimed her mother com ing forward with a smile more puzzling than circumstance or desire are we only not as appreciative as any company dear Your papa and mamma love chrysanthemums one especially with all our heart and she kissed the inquiring face turned toward Yes mamma and Chrysanthea smiled but the effect at Kimballs would not could not be as beautiful as in Janets cold cheerless cellar room No daughter I know and yet there are surprises everywhere Mrs Kimball looked beyond Chrysanthea and seemed to see a vision of beauty True answered the girl meditatively so you will let me take a surprise with the expected dinner Certainly The mothers gaze came back to the daughters face Will you bring one back with you dear If not we will be obliged to scare up one here wont we To morrow is your birthday love A surprise and the girls face assumed a puzzled look again I do not know of any to bring she said slowly but these would keep me in mind of the day even though I tried to forget waving her jew eled hand around the room like a fairy wand As to the surprises mamma I mean to be equal to any of them She spoke like a prophet but without a prophets knowledge yet her prophecy came trueTwo years before when Chrysanthea graduated at Berea she left behind her more than college life although she often No one ever had six as sweet and bright companions in a graduating class as she had And Mme Moreau declared facetiously that she was graduating an exquisite that year there being two Roses one Lily one Pansy one Althea and a Beyond this desirable companionship as we have intimated Chrysantheas warmed happily toward another not of feminine persuasion Studying medicine in her uncles office Jack Beverly had met her at her uncles home frequently and while in Berea their lives ran sweetly on and on together But since then she had not seen or heard I of Jack save when her Uncle Kim that Young Beverly had set shop on his own hook now Chrysanthea remembered one Thanks giving night as she and Jack were return ing from a party that he had held her hand j longer than usual and said softly so glad to have known you Miss Kimball You are my incentive for all things good And in the halffrightened glance she gave him she saw something beyond friendship j in his eloquent eyes Weeks afterward it all flashed upon her with a sudden revelation that made her heart beat faster and warmer than ever be fore and she knew that Jack Beverly was in love with her and she with him though no further confession had been made In the hurry and bustle of getting ready to go home she failed to see Jack and she came away from Berea without even so a goodby to him And then chrysanthemums How Jack loved them She remembered that How he would enjoy this profusion this elaborate Thanksgiving border while he ate his But no danger of such a happening He was now no longer in Berea Uncle Kim and sire had no idea where he was A breath of college days stole over the fair girl as she gathered the blossoms here and there one as Mamma Kimball had direct ed so the effect would be intact 0 if the girls only sit down with her to dinner today Rose Eyeting and Lily Davenport did so love turkey she remem bered and Althea Harlan just adored cranberry sauce But of course this could not be either with a sigh though something a great deal more profitable could be and would be AC complished this morning than to build air castiesand pull them down again She would make little Janet happy and inasmuch ye have done it to oneof the least of these etc That was reward enough happiness enough for one Thanksgiving day and she would occupy herself bents Doubtless girls were butterflying it around the social circle she had heard as Jack Well he most likely I th lit le he again declared bouquet I ballwrote up- I Ian I I muchas ballsaid ould withselfish the muchand I observers Chrysanthemum th S turkey THE FIRST BORNis a subject of wonder and to the young Happy and easy will she be if some friend of marvels of relief to be obtained by the use of Mothers Friend There is in the world like this simple liniment used externally It relaxes all and distensions headaches and nerv well asrelieving morning sickness illustrated book iitestimonials and valuable T1M5 BriSdHeia BcgiOator Co AtlaataGa worriment 116 ousnessas U rod Mothers frec P was beginning to be a staid physician whose mind was taken up with pills and potions and the aches and pains of his patrons while she Chrysanthea had her lovely home and loving parents as of old and plenty of to comfort and help And plenty to help with What a blessing to be for this cheery Thanksgiving morning I will be back in time to help with the dinner said Chrysanthea her face abeam with the love of doing good as she posed he tween a basket of dainties on the one hand and a basket of Chrysanthemums on the other destined for Janets comfortless sick room 0 that doesnt matter her mother hastened to say Jane has everything well in hand and I shall be at the helm Dont cut your visit short dear make it pleasant for the poor thing as only you can I wish 1 had your faculty for making people happy Mrs Kimball sighed as if her daughters faculty for brightening the lives of people was uppermost in her mind But she was thipking of something else more akin to the butterfly idea Five young ladies in different parts of the state had received invitations to a sur prise on Chrysanthea at Thanksgiving time In two hours the ten oclock train would be in and two Roses a Lily a Pansy and an Althea were expected- It is Chrysantheas birthday you all of course and dont fail me ran the invitation and each flower graduate let come what would they would be a part of the Kimball surprise 0 Miss Kimball how perfectly lovely Little Janet fell to caressing the flowers while the joy lighted up her pale face so much better this morning she it really is Thanksgiving with restoration to health in prospect That bit of heavenly sunshine streaming in at my one little these beautiful blossoms and you Miss Kimball I am so glad for you here Chrysanthea knelt beside the couch bury ing her face in the coarse pillow She want ed to be as thankful as Janet she had so much more to enjoy Heaven knew Some one came in quietly and stood on the other side of the lied One of the neigh hors doubtless full of curiosity to what she had brought this time But no 0 doctor see what Miss Kim ball brought me giving the flowers another caress you mind I told you of her often Shes just an angel doctor I remember answered the physician and these are superb my favorite flowers always lighting up the dark places and bleak days It was not the voice of a curious neighbor No that voice was familiar where had she heard it A thin white hand stole over Chrysan theas bowed head and Janet whispered Look up heres the doctor lIe loves too especially chrysanthemums Chrysanthea rose at the childs artless in troductionChrysanthea Kimball That was all the physician said but he came around and took two willing hands in his own A leaf of the od college chapter fluttered back from past to present and both read together a joyous Thanksgiving psalm Meanwhile the all important ten oclock had come and a bevy of finely dressed young ladies alighted from the one city bus of Roserock at Kimballs door and was made I I poor people thankful I remember determined Iam saidand window findout flowers BEVERLY WAS SAYING welcome by the genial presence of Mr and Mrs Kimball And ten neighbors peeped from behind ten curtains and ejaculat ed My they have Thanksgiving com panyBut Mrs Kimball hustled these into the parlor something after the fashion of an aforetime occasion saying as she did so Chrysanthea will be here shortly and I want this surprise to be complete And Jack Beverly was saying as he walked home with Chrysanthea This is a sweet surprise and tomorrow is your birthday Could anything be completer And I promised to bring mamma a if 1 could find one said Chrysanthea as she opened the hall door a few minutes laterMamma she called opening the par lor door I brought you a surprise come it You come here a moment first dear came the reply I also have a surprjse come and see then I will enjoy your sur prise her to go in while he waited iti the hall Oh girls exclaimed Chrysanthea as her classmates rose to greet her Ive to see you so much and they laughed and cried together After greetings had been exchanged in genuine schoolgirl fashion and Papa and Mamma Kimball had reached the seventh heaven of delight Chrysanthea said Wait a minute Ill bring my surprise right in Mamma she said as she presented the radiant Jack here is the biggest and nicest surprise I could find Mr Jack Beverly physician and surgeon of this city and your prospective soninlaw And girls she added shyly her face shining with an inner thanksgiving you all knew Jack in Berea 0 yes yes they exclaimed in happy chorus but Chrysanthea dear it seems you knew him best Thus in a glad impromptu manner Jack Beverly was presented to his friends and prospective relations and the stately Miss Kimball proved herself to be equal to sweet surprises at least And it is safe to say that no happier party could have been found in all rock that lovely November day than tilt one which sat down to dinner at the Kim ball home hedged in by a bank of cream and white chrysanthemums Thanksgiving Time The Wife Well my dear shall we have turkey for Christmas too The I suppose thats when well be making our last meal off this one N Y World Her Anxiety Paughter Oh mamma I do wish I were pretty Mother You neednt dear sensible men think very beauty it isnt sensible men Im thinking about mamma its Charlie Brooklyn Life Before TlinnkuKlvInsr First Turkey I am going to take to the woods Second Turkey Why First object to expansion without the consent of the expander Town Topics GUY lout flcvers andsee Jackmotioned wanted dinner Rose- S BruteYes littleabout DaughterBut I TurkeyI 7 audi surprise I b S THE DEACONS RUNAWAY- A Thanksgiving Comedy With a Mora and Several Episodes 6 0 T be kecrful deacon said Jl when her hua band came out of the stable the dun mare harnessed to the light wagon and dressed in his best clothes It was thanksgiving morning and the skies were as bright as they could be and Deacon Dawson was feeling good which was his usual way and whip in hand he gave tire dun a light tip and off they went Keep her in the road too shouted his better half after him as in a cloud of dust the outfit vanished Dont go near Sam Turners You know how you stand and and I dont want your to have anything to do with that man But the dun was already out of sight with her precious load and the deacon was of his last horse trade which had netted him a neat little sum by his sagacity Now the Turners and Dawsons were not on good terms and had not been for years Their farms almost joined and a little trade had turned the men against one another although it was said that Sam Turner was willing to forgive his enemy but had never made any advances in that direction Deacon Dawson had not thought of for giveness at any time for he maintained that he had nothing to forgive but said at times that there would always be an inseparable gulf between him and his neighbor All at once the deacon thought of his old enemy and smiled as he said to himself It will be a cold day when I make up with Sam Turner I dont see what he has to be thankful for today unless it is for the in which he got ahead of the Baxter boys the other day in that little wheat deal Ill see him in Halifax before I make any over tures to him that I will Everything went pleasantly for some time The dun was a little more mettlesome than usual that morning as she had not been on the road for a few days but that suited her master who was confident that he could con trol her under any and all circumstances Suddenly the mare shied at something along the road and the next moment a little more of her mettle than the dca con liked was careering onward at dan gerous speed The good od deacon braced himself in an effort to check the speed of the animal but found at once that he had his hands full In a little while the mare was plunging along in a cloud of dust having taken the bit in her teeth and Deacon Dawson having lost his hat in his vain efforts to curb her presented anything but a pleasing spectacle Im in for it I guess and on day too welled from the deacons i j Mrs Dawson Iyardwith thinking manner showing Thanksgiving vOwjI SPILLED IN THE TURNER DOORYARD throat as the mare increased her speed while the wagon rocked in the Ill steer her clear of Sam Turners gate if it is open as it generally is for what would if she knew I fell into the hands of that mountebank Whoa Emma hang it all theres the gate open now Just as I thought The deacon was now putting forth his best efforts to stay the catastrophe but the chances looked black and when the mare came to the gate leading into the Turner farm she made straight for it to the old mans horror Vainly did Deacon Dawson try to stem the tide he did all he could hut with a mad ness which he could not control the animal plunged into the opening and in another moment was careering wildly up the lane As well might the doomed man have tried to arrest the onset of a cyclone he stop the dun who seemed determined to land her master on the very steps of his en emys home Suddenly the front wheel struck an un foreseen obstruction and in another moment the wagon was overturned ana the deacon still holding onto the lines was being dragged forward over the rough road Everything pointed to a mournful Thanks giving for the good old deacon when the whole wagon seemed to collapse and the next second the whole outfit was piled in a promiscuous heap right in tire Turner door yardThe dun finally kicking loose from the debris vanished through another gate which led toward a pasture while the dea con almost buried in the heap was trying in vain to extricate himself Well deacon how are you this suddenly exclaimed voice and in moment a pair of strong arms were extricating the unfortunate man from his dilemmaWhen tire deacon gained his feet he was horrified to look into the placid face of his enemy winO was offering his condolences in good faith You appear to have met with an accident deacon continued Turner Let me help you out and by the way stay for dinner What with you Sam Turner Why not lye been expecting company that did not come and by the way Ive got a new horse Id like to have you look at Looking at himself the good old deacon concluded that he needed a little brushing up and when Turner had helped him into the house where his wife took care of him and the runaway dun had been caught the deacon sat down to one of the best dinners he ever enjoyed Come again deacon said Turner on parting from his involuntary guest Say next Thanksgiving But not behind a nag like the dun growled Deacon Dawson I guess after all this is the best Thanksgiving Ive ever had Say Brother Turner there never was much between us anyhow Not much deacon Theres nothing now And the Turners watched their guest out of sight and the following Thanksgiv ing there was a great dinner at the Daw sons and Brother Turner and his wife were the guests of honor Their Cause for Thank Tired has we got ter bt thankful fer Weary Weary we will not be bod dered by de tax collector Harlem Life Wanted the Plain Truth I presume said the obituary writer you wish me to say in that you would not call her back again Yes replied the old man mights well bo Constitu tion He Held Her With flirting and 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