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Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter 3 LANDRAM Publisher LANCASTER KY TUESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 25 1900 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR tntrn ttofYERp NUXBER Ii rr Pt hr 0- T1I 1 fcANCASTeR AND VICINITy o 6 6 6 f two wosooeO oeeeooooeeooeoeeaeeeeeoooeeeeeooooeeeeweee oeeeooeoe- x AHEAD OF TIME We send THE RECORD to its readers wo days ahead of schedule time week This is done for several rea ons In the first place we are crowd id with job work which must be rea ly for customers by first of the the second place it is our rule to machine in the ollice a corn overhauling and cleaning once a The presses are taken apart very cog and bearing soaked in ic and carefully brushed and d central Kentucky and a blind an see the importance of taking them It requires the skill of watchmaker and the patience of j to clean and properly adjust a press Lastly but by no nns the least reason is the fact our books must also be overhaul 1 and the lists cleaned There are veral names on the list that will re uire a liberal use of concentrated lye j put in decent shape but they will fc detached and sent to the facto v i e the Publishers Collecting Chicago As most all of this falls to the lot of ye editor it will require the four remaining days of the week to complete it We to state here that TUE RECORD S very grateful to those citizens who ve stood by A and to those mer ants who have given us job work he majority of Lancaster merchants nd business men patronize TIlE EEC KD office but there are some who Mink themselves above having work here they think Lancaster peoples money is all right when their way We realize the right this latter class have for sending work to the city but the rub c fcen they want THE RECOUP to for them Send your work where you please but kindly let those same printers do your song and dance turns also Whats sauce for the goose is extra good sauce for the hoping that every reader of TIlE RECORD will have both socks fill 3d to the highwater mark with joys unspeakable and that in their voyage through the new they will be blessed with peace health and plenty Beddow Is Lucky Mr E W Morrow the popular jeweler was quite fortunate in the Enquirer guessing contest lIe was one of a number to receive twenty live dollars on nearest guessing at the total population of the United States Favorite Stoves Examine our of Heating Stoves can please you and save you money J R HASELDEN J A Beazley Co 6 t l I I Avery have the best lot of press f gency york de- e one yet coming perfect axe ganderHeres Air Tight j thi yearn We Ling grin year liner I Funeral Directors Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty riull Line of Far niture aId Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward I AtLaw S t I 1 y I Fresh oysters at T Currys Pay your account and save cost Robinson The best bargains in Harness Sad dies Bridles c at Conns A carload of oranges bananas and nuts to burn this week at T Currys Get your Christmas candies at Zim Prices and quality guaranteed to suit Mr C D Powell the hustling mer chant is erecting a brick addition store house on Richmond street We want to wind up the business of the firm as quickly as possible Pay your account Logan Robi nson louse For Rent 4room house at Camp Dick Rubin son known as the toll house Good garden and outbuildings 127tf Banks Hudson 90 days to clear a 15000 stock of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods Everything goes at cost noth ing reseivjd Logan Robinson The merchants had a busy day They sold out better than they have been able to do for several years All had a good trade Our closing out sale will be on strictly cash basis goods taken out on approval must be paid for if returned in good shape money will be refunded Logan Rubinson Please remember the new grocery store near Marksburys Hemphouse where you can get big value for your money Our goods are all new and fresh and the very best quality Robert Underwood W C T U All members of the W C T U are requested to meet with us Saturday afternoon and pay their dues Mrs W O Bradley Treas Mrs F M Farra Sec 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 Will Have A Black A Richmond physician says in the Climax that he will prepare and have printed a list of those persons in Mad ison county who never pay their doc tors No class of men do more work and get less pay than do the hard working givers of the pill and if they all should adopt the Richmond mans plan it would doubtless prove in other localities Harding miller Ittuslc Co The strong combination of Harding Miller and Harding Riehm the largest line of pianos and organs in central states lowest prices easiest terms and best instruments in the world Business booming If I am too busy to talk to you leave your or der with E W Harris North West corner Public Square where you will find samples of our goods for inspect ion Geo M Overman Salesman The Price Untied We have received notice from the that beginning Janu ry 1st the twiceaweek edition will be sent for one dollar a year instead of fifty cents as heretofore This is the best city paper published in the south and we have sent in a great many names for it By special ar rangements we can send it to any of our subscribers who pay for THE REC OUD in advance at 150 for the two papers In other words if you pay for THE RECOUD in advance you can get the twiceaweek CourierJournal for fifty cents Read the ad on anoth er page If you will give us the mono ey so we can get it to Louisville the first of the month you will get the two papers for 125 a saving of a quarter Fast Train meeting of theofficials concern ed held in Cincinnati this week the time schedule for the new train ser vice from Chicago to St Augustine in connection with the Q C was made out and arrangements ted for the beginning of the service on January 14 The schedule time from Chicago to St Augustine will be run solid and will consist of a bag gage car dining car observation car and sleepers The service is to be daily except Sunday At Cincinnati the Q C will take the train mak lag the run to Chattanooga 335 miles in nine hours a faster time than is now on any Q C schedule It is needless to say that the train will pasfc Danville in a blue streak It will half at Lexington at 1035 p mgoing Advocate v sLogan mere conducted Bnlnes For Sale entire Anyone List beneficial CourierJournal before Ata putdown k Ill1eMII i Jtt this yesterday S tom eo t5wrd o pie for a All kinds of canned goods fruits and celery at T Curreys Anything you want in the eating line you can get it at Curreys We mean business if you owe us you must pay us Logan Robinson The banks and post office are closed today They will also close next Keep warm by sleeping under those comforts and blankets Joseph is so cheap A handsome rocking chair is a and useful Xmas present See those at J A Beazley Cos You need not call a our mill for flour all grocers keep J S Minor Son All accounts due us must be paid at once If not they will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection Logan Robinson We are cutting and slashing prices this week in order to clear the deck the new year These goods must be moved J Joseph All persons knowing themselves in debted to Dr W N Bush decd will please come forward and settle same at once as we want to close up his business as soon as possible- tf Mrs Osee Bush A few left to go at Cost As I am increasing and improving my I will sell at cost anything you solicit in my stock pf buggies Call at Conns Carriage Shop My modern eight room residence all necessary outbuildings and improve ments with eight acres of land at ached well watered and an abund once of fruit Possession given 1st Mrs Jessie Walden 12Gtf We have everyday bargains We dont jump up in a great Hurry and yell Bargains every few months We always have em We believe bargains are a good thing to keep around the house so come in any day and see what you can do at our store J Joseph Fruits fruits fruits at Zimmers Lookout for Brown Ernest G Brown is out collecting for THE RECOUD and will see owing the paper Please bear in mind that these subscriptions are a small matter to the individuals owing them but in the aggregate they keep this establishment going Its pretty hard to send a paper at a dollar a year and then have to employ a collector but we must have cash to keep the machinery tanning Please Read This We have the best rich full flavored coffee also tea the finest flavor and strength we could select We have candies nuts prunes peaches cereals molasses baking powder beans figs tobacco and apples extracts canned goods and rice Why not buy some of our choice flourit will fit mighty well gift also meal etc In fact we keep every thing usually found in a first class grocery and our motto is to sell cheap for cash Would appreci ate a call from all my friends will do you right Robt Underwood 281 From 1 to 500 That might be a riddle or an to a church fair but it isnt Its a concise way of calling public at tendon 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 man ever made in the way of dress Come and see these patterns we have them all costs you nothing to look and but little to our is your And heres a friendly tip They wont last always J C Hemphill Tbe Tables Turned A Lancaster man who generally goes to his place of business before his better ninetenths arises is or used to very fond of tieing knots in her apparel filling her shoes with coal etc etc before taking his Last week he thought it would be great fun to place her in a shoe and proceeded to place therein several rings bracelets a broach and several other articles The shoes happened to be at the house on approval and the good lady of putting them on tied them up and returned them to the store Itwas not long until the diamonds were missed and the cry of burglars rajsed The neighbors were called in and the foxy old headofthefamily sent for in great haste He thought his to be on fire and ran all the way home Explanations were quickly made he hurtled to the shoe store and registered a solemn oath to never again try a practical joke Tuesday selling suitable i Notice repository For Sale January everyman apricots asa Christmas invitation suitand buyand guarantee safetyvalve rather departure jewelry instead dwelling t cibgarsoran gee on a to a i i Candies from 5J cents to 20 cents at the Blue Grass Grocery For salepure bronze turkey gobblers 4t J E Stornies Gus Sun has the biggest minstrels on the road Opera house Jan 10th If you want pure candy go to TCur reys and get Shryocks Cos pure candies Always on top in quantity and quality and at the bottom in prices Currey We are making a special drive on ladies shoes this week Come look at them JJoseph Piano For Sale In fair condition Will be sold at a bargain Apply at this office n29tf Call at our store any day in the year and you will find bargains We have em Our many customers know this J Joseph A treat is in store for music Gus Sun has the best musicians the road and the musical part of the program is made a special feature Garrard Property Assessor James L McCarley kind ly reports that the total property of Garrard county is 4359177 which is considerable increase over last year Coal and Feed Best coal always on hand also a cheaper grade for those who prefer quantity to quality yet a good cheap coal Ship stuff shelled oats Hay etc at Leavells Mill Crockery For Sale Mrs H Singleton has rented out the front rooms of her house but will continue to keep all kinds of crockery for sale at low prices She will con tinue to keep the stock at her deuce on Lexington street A Good Show Barlow Wilsons minstrels played a large house in this city Friday night They gave the best minstrel show ever seen in Lancaster and the audience was delighted the program The proprietors are old hands at the business and know just what to get to please the public The street band was bum Marble Works Mr S McGuire who has been in business at Berea has rented rooms from R A Stone and will open firstclass marble works in this city He comes well recommended as a splendid workman He is strictly and understands every detail of the work This is an enterprise that ought to pay in Lancaster and will do so if the people will only keep their money at home AVeilc Of Prayer The Week of Prayer will be in Lancaster In nearly all cities the Week of Prayer has come to be quite a feature in the work of the churches at the beginning of the year The pastors of Lancaster have gotten together and decided to hold union services beginning Monday night Jan 7 Meetings will be held at each of the churches Full will be given in next issue A Splendid Paper The Christmas edition of the Herald was a marvel of beauty and reflects great credit upon the publishers The Herald is one of the best dailies in the south and is strictly uptodate in every The editorials alone are worth many times the price of These are written by the Hon W C P Breckinridge who has more brains than any ten of the men of today THE RECORD its hustling neighbor and wishes it many more and smooth sailing minstrels Gave an Excellent talnment Gus Suns American minstrels large audience at Rosedale opera house Thanksgiving evening The first part was a continuous vocal innovation and drew forth the hearty applause of the spectators Most of the vocalists were compelled to to encores Henry J Yorkeys song I Never Left Him was un doubetflly the humorous hit of the evening and be was compelled to add verse or two to satisfy the demands of those wQo wanted more As Ludwig Budweiser Yorkey was inim as leader of the band Lynch the king of thewire gave an excellent performance and was vociferously for his work on the slack wire Gus Suns juggling act was better than ever His work was gracefully done and he seemed to know just when to call forth the applause of the onlookers The laughable novelty Watch the Baby gave Fred P How ard and John E Warde a splendid op portunity of showing their ability as fiomedians and furnished a finale an excellent entertainment Gus and his company can feel sure of large audience whenever they elect to Pa Herald Grrard Opera House Thursday Jan f to 3 f always lovers I resi entire engaged sober observed program Lexington enterprising department subscription average congratulates yearsof prosperity EnterS delighted a respond n table applauded Suq t1jo 1 1 t the with Chatnbersbgr daily is at of to it I I a d g Secure a seat for Gus Suns big strels A 15000 stock at cost at Logan Robinsons Eli Perkins at court house next Wednesday week the nth Fair warning pay your account and save cost Login Bring us the cash and we will give you unheardof bargains Logan Robinson Mr Thomas Johnston and family will move to the Scott property on Depot street next week Ladies get your black cake at Zim mers They are delicious and well made Black Cake go to T Curreys and the ingredients for it He has the best on the market Why not give a present that is use tul We have a handsome line of pictures etc at prices low J A Beazley Co- If you want to be remembered giv your wife a set of chairs a table or a nice worktable Our rockers are and prices right J A Beazley you are indebted to us pay your account at once the business of the firm must be closed up at once Robinson Flour You can get Wards White Swan Minors 4X or best Potts Perfection Baughmans JJo 1 and Bollards Obelisk J E Miles Take your choice only 60c per sack at T Curreys Think About Tills We to stay All we have located in Lancaster With this being the case can we afford to give a man a rough shave or bunglesomc haircut Certainly not Come to our shop and get the best work to be had Henry Duncan the old reliable barber tf happy Children The children inMiss Murphys rsom the Graded School enjoyed a mas tree Friday just before closing for the holidays Every child was by old Santa and the will be long remembered by the little ones A Pretty Dance Miss Reese closed her dancing school Saturday night by giving an hop which several outsiders had the pleasure of attending The learned rapidly under her and the ease and grace with which they sped aver the floor was quite noticeable Miss Reese is a young lady of rare beauty and many accomplishments and her stay in this city was greatly enjoyed by the folk To Soothe Ills Feelings Randall Cook of Lincoln countyhas sued Editor W P Walton for the snug sum of 25000 damages by reason the publication in the Interior Journal of an article regarding a trip Cook made to Frankfort during the exciting times at the state capital Its out of reason to expect an editor employ detectives to ferret out the truth of every little 2x4 item they have to take lots for granted in getting out copy But all newspaper men are willing to make quick correction of any mistake and they always do so when a person has enough fairness to go to the editor like a man and tell him of his mistake But some people are prone to go to law and when coached by some lawyers take advantage of every opportunity to do so A Sensible Girl The Louisville Times prints the letter written by a leading girl of that city stingbefore I came out It is larger than was then but I am counting on your generosity to fill it as in former days butl ike my desires have expanded Oh if I could just wake up and find a real live Duke Jwould be so happy Christmas though am afraid papa wouldnt be for Dukes are expensive in a family But it does grieve me to see the Cincinnati girls gettting Dukes along while the game matrimonially a Louisville girl has landed was a lord However if I cant have a might send me a bunch of untitled beaux but please have them assorted dont want them all of the kinder garten class One old chappy of the fartherly kind will be enough of his style Dont put in any of the fire side companion fellows who seek your society for the sake of cozy corner your parlor at the of papa who has to foot the gas and bills Then there are the chappies who have passed their nnvs hot air talk They are even more objectionable than the variety I want them old enough to have something in their out yet young enough Iti these days a in society is not in the unless she a whole pid or not its numbers that count nd after all I much if not too many A BUD t minI Robinson get furniture surprisingly elegant Logan Ballard Sun JEf ChristI remembered occasion enjoyable pupils supervision society published and jack- leg following my overjoyed Dukeyou varietythose expense and try to charm you withtheir youknow makeslittlemaybe asking too I I C CoIf are Uere as if All kinds of carriage work and at Conns Boiler fixtures Engines repaired Smokestacks built by Conn We keep best Coal J S Visit Logan Robinsons store and buy uptodate goods at Currey sells good goods as cheap as you pay for inferior gcods at other places QThe homemade candy at Zimmers is attracting much attention They are delicious and pure We can save you mpne on Lime Cement and Plastering kind J Si Minor Son Why fret over a cooking stove when you can get your cakes ready made Zimmers They are elegant and prices rignt Store Room For Rent Known as the Gaines room Pos session given immediately Apply at TIlE RECORD office tf Now make out your accounts And dont do so on a patent medicine Let TIlE RECOUD office print decent stationery for you Mammouth Bronze Turkeys tine ones toms 200 hens 8125 tf Mrs G T Higginbotham Marcellus Iy The Blue Grass Store is not only headquarters for bargains in groceries but Santa Clause goes there for in candies nuts and everything that will please the little folks Said Mrs Wilson Wade of Garrard Bounty I owe my life to Dr C M Kennedy now located in Lancaster Last April I had six successive of the lungs I became so weak I could not turn in the bed of the best doctors in vine but of no avail Dr Kennedy them with one treatment and after a course of treatment I feel perfectly am doing my own work I consider it a miracle as it was done without drugs or medicines lie treats any and all diseases way I of many other re markable cures he has made Give him a call Office next door to post oflice Christmas of the tick and Poor We have an idea that Christmases they are celebrated in homes of great wealth must be ideal writes Edward Bok in a plea for a simpler simpler celebration of Christ the December Ladies Journal Yet often as the factno more lonesome Christmas days are spent anywhere than in these homes of plenty Riches on are often like sweet bells out of tune Nothing was simpler than the first Christmas Day and its strongest appeal to our natures although we do not always know is because it was so simple Nothing is so fatal to our deepest and truest enjoyment as the realization that we can have whatever we will simply for the wishing or All value is lost then It is a hard truth for those who have little to believe that the greatest happiness of life is with them that it is not with those who have abundance The more we have the less we actually it There is a law of that comes in there The lives of those who have abundance are more complicated than are the lives of those who have little We are wont to say Oh well Id like to try once having all the money I wanted Thousands have said the same thing only to have their wish come true and to realize that happiness lay not along the way they thought It is strange how the poor envy the greater and fuller happiness of those who have less The woman of simplest means is the happiest woman on earth she only knew it She is happiest because her life is simplest and truest a repairing Jellico finor Son manufacturers cost advertisement For Sate bargains hemorrhages Nicholas ked know lifea masin Christmas it asking enjoy compensation vastly therefore f fall ti hone well nnd tame IIo act ate ad lie meg i rIf I r Eli Perkirfi The above wellknown lecturer will appear at the court house in Lancas ter Wednesday nightl Janiwy 9 Look at the bargains ad vertised by others but save your money until you see ours We will give more for your money than you can elsewhere Cloak Sale We have too many Ladies Wraps and Jackets We are making big reductions in prices to cut our stock down Come and see how cheap you can buy We are also making big re ductions in our mens and boys suits overcoats duck coats and boots We will offer a special line of allwool dress goods this week at 25cts per yard for mer price was 50cts These goods were bought this sea son but we have too many and they must go We have a few patterrs in French Flannels former price was 85cts we will close them at oOcts per yard A special line of fancy silks suitable for waists price was 1 these will be sold at 50cts per yd When we decide to move line of goods we dont stop at cost but put a price on them that will dean them up quick Reminder Pass our doors and you pass a privilege to save mon Dry Goods Go A ST AIGHT I P jet heavy former A Gentle ey TheLogan L al ttd I CENTRAL RECORD TUESDAY DEC 25 1900 EVERY BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY TERMS 50 The IXiy AVc Celebrate BY common consent all Christian nations celebrate the 25th of as the birthday of the Saviour Pope Julius had an investigation made A D 350 when it was definitely agreed that such was the date The custom of decorating and presenting gifts with the compliments of the season is a cherished one in which all delights and this feeling of joy that pervades the Christian world is a potent argument in favor of the of Him upon whom all of our hopes for eternal happiness are based The emblems the simple loaf and cup to commemorate His death also bear the impress of the supernatural He been a human hero the chiseled marble would have been erected to His memory As a nation we the birthday of our heroes with pomp and in gorgeous array If we thus celebrate the birth of Washing ton for saving our colonies from oppression how much more should we celebrate the birth of One who came to save the whole world from the oppression of Satan Surely all should look reverently upon the day and spend it in meek and joyous fes tivities and songs of praise The custom of engaging in and unholy practices should be disregarded as unfit for that or any other day It should be a day of smiles and good cheer calling forth the higher and nobler impulses of our nature and doing all we can to allevi ate suffering humanity and gladden the hearts of the unfortunate and the afflicted for in this we would His blessed character and in a measure make the yorld better and happier His mission was one of love if our celebration of His birth should be in acts and words of love The tiring of guns and the clash of arms may celebrate the birth of the military chieftain but not of one who opposed force and who commanded His to put up his sword and to not evil He is to the spiritual world just what the orb of day is to the physical world without His teaching and hallowed influence the spirit would become contaminated with evil influences and lose its and power as darkness destroys the beauty and vitality of vegetation This beautifying effect of Christian influence is manifested in national well as individual affairs We see Christian nations advanced in that exalts and embellishes life while Pagan nations grope in darkness and indulge in the of the dark ages So merry Christmas is upon us and let us take a pride in celebrating it as the most important season in the annals of history As the season which sheds an effulgent beam of light through the dark and loathsome tomb and points to a higher and more glorious existence Our merchants have furnished prizes to suit the taste and the purse of everybody mas trees have been filled with prizes for the rich and the poor nnd the country is happier It is good to mel low our souls by deeds of kindness and words of love It brings us nearer to one another and especially nearer to God and the meek and lowly Naza rene The very meaning of Christmas is selfsacrifice selfdenial Gifts that cost us nothing do not bring the real Christmas joy The giving should be cheerful for the Lord only loves a cheerful giver The sordid grudging and mercenary element should be en tirely eliminated and the giver should love the recipient as God loved the world when He gave His son that we BUCKEYE Rev A J Pike will fill his at Buckeye Sunday Miss Minnie Hendron and Mr Lewis Dillon were married Thursday at the brides home in Madison county Mr Alex Walker has bought the James Ward property rHe paid 50 per acre there being iJ2 acres Mr Lewis Mitchell has returned with the school Measles have been raging in this part of the country for the last few weeks Everybody has had them from the age of two years to 40 The property of James Ward decd was sold Friday including household furniture and stock and everything that did not belong to the farm Everybody is preparing for Santa chimneys will burst when he makes his decension Mr and Mrs J T Jackson are visit ing their parents in Bryantsville Judge Totten of your city was visit ing his daughter Mrs Alice Ray last week Miss Cordie Ray is her aunts in judge she is taking her Christmas DeWitts Little Early Risers are dainty little pills but they never fail to cleanse the liver remove obstruct ions and invigorate the system F P FrlsbIe ting LANDRIM tONE YJrjB IN 25 December mankind divinity celebrate British dissipation imitate follower resist beauty everything civilized superstition Chris- tI blighting hasbeen judging0 Parksvillewe o r e 4 WEB rOUL Publisher ADVANCE ti L r reappointment vim 1 9 C 1 f gulag at ally in of our our ous the be of as to in ry to PBEACHEBSVILLE The school people will about com plete a boxed building 16x32 for a music department There will be five teachers in our school including Music and Art They will board at J L Hutchins Born to the wife of John Crest a 10pound boy John says he feels like he would weigh 500 pounds There will be a watch night service the Methodist church the last night in this year Everybody cordi invited Rev Hobbs and wife spent Tuesday Lancaster Frank Thompson has gone to Livingston on business Vessie and Miss Addie Cummins spent one day this week in Stanford J B Hutchins has returned home from the mountains where he has been visiting his parents MABKSBUBY QMrs B A Copass Mrs Mack and Miss Lizzie Marksbury Com mittee Whereas Our Heavenly Father seen fit in His goodness to call unto Himself our president Mrs Alice Rout Scott and whereas she was one our charter members more than once our president and always one of most faithful workers and earnest supporters therefore be it Resolved That in her death we a great loss to us here on earth that we nevertheless bow in humble submission to the will of God we rejoice praise Him that she gave such glori testimony in her dying hour to saving power of the blood of Christ and that her last words should those of such infinite comfort and hope as I will soon be in Heaven The death of Mrs D T Scott cast a gloom over this community Mrs Scoot became a member of the Forks Dix river Baptist church quite in and has ever since worship ped there she was truly loyal to the will be greatly missed in the church and community She leaves a husband and many relatives to mourn tiEr surely they mourn not those who have no hope The La dies Aid Society of which she was president submit the following reso lutions to be printed in the RECORD MT HEBRON Items of interest are very scarce in tills vicinity John Jackson sold some fat hogs to Bourne Mrs who has been very with rheumatism is convalescing Mr Al Back sold his hemp seed crop Mr John Dunn for S1GO per bushel Mrs Rosa Padgett died at her Jessamine county last Friday she leaves a husband and five little chil dren to mourn her loss Mr James Crawford and wife Miss Mollie Crawford and Isaac Montgome attended a birthday dinner at Mr Willie Crawfords in Mercer Sunday Mr Charlie Duncan and charming sister Miss Hattie visited relatives in Mercer last week Prevented A Tragedy Timely information given Mrs Geo Long of New Straesville Ohio pre vented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Such positive prool of the matchless merit of this grand remeny for curing all throat chest and lung troubles 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bot ties free at McRoberts drug store The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm cures rheumatism One application gives relief For sale by R E McRob erts druggist When a man gets married its about the only time in his life that he has on new clothes all through How To Cure Croup Mr R Gray who lives near Amenia Duchess county N Y says Cham herlains Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never fails to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the crouPy cough has it will prevent the attack This should be borne in mind a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by R E McRoberts Incompatibility of tember occurs when both parties have the same kind of temper and plenty of it Among the tens of thousands who have Chamberlasns Congh Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not asin Ale case has resulted in pneumonia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash av speaking of this says We recom mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe in many cases as it not only gives prompt and complete but also counteracts any ten dency of la grippe to result in pneu monia For sale by R E McRobertsP Druggist Irs Elliott hasI- d recognize Fatherthat and life endshe lossbut J B McWilliams low homes Pneumonia curesare Only also developed and prominent recovery early DIr 4 in be to cy ton News The British volunteers in South Africa are reported to be clamoring to go home John Baker a white man was shot and killed by Jim Dan Pope a negro Boyle county Gen Fitzhugh Lee says Cuba will free when a government calculated give confidence to capital is set up Representative Boreing has Tames MBrown for the Rock hold Whitley county post office Wallace H Hall of Hustonvillehas been promoted from 600 to 720 in the census office at the recommenda tion of former Congressman Davison Three children of J Ezell of Daviess county were alone in a room at home A sevenyearold child picked up a loaded gun and by discharged it A fouryearold child was shot in the arm and the arm was amputated by the doctors In the Anderson Circuit Court at Lawrenceburg Judge Wm Carroll overruled a motion for a new trial in the case of the Commonwealth vs Holly Strutton who was recently con victdd of the murder of Newton Sear and given the death penalty Strut was sentenced to be hanged on March 15 1901 recommended Panther accident I 000000000000000000000000000000 GENE Rh OOd000Q0O0080060000o4P00o60840 R SMITHS COMTUJKCIA College Lexington Ky Is The Place To Educate for Proilt to Get A Living and Become A good education is an imperishable capital a grand legacy that will last as long as life and reason exists No young man should venture into for himself or attempt to take Prof W R Smith has been the wellknown President of the Commer cial College of Kentucky University Lexington Ky for 24 years during which time he has educated thousands of young people for positions of honor and trust Prof Smith makes ialty of imparting to young and mid dleaged people a practicle education as Bookkeeping Shorthand and Type writing Telegraphy etc Situations are secured by hundreds of his graduates every year They have the distinguished honor of be ing awarded the Diploma from the Kentucky University under seal At no time in the history of the country has there been such a demand for educated young men and women The South is richer now by far than ever before More factories are now going up and new capital coming from the North and East seeking invest ment For full particulars of this famous College address only Prof V R Smith Lexington Ky Useful business aBusiness aspec lit Holiday Rates on Southern Railway Fare and a third round trip between all stations Tickets on sale Decem ber 22 23 24 and 25 also on December 30 and 31 and January 1 final limit of all tickets January 4 1901 On pres entation of certificates signed by Supt principal or president students of schools and colleges can secure the ther information given by any Agent Southern A Agt 230 Fourth Ave Louisville S T Genl Pass Agt Louisville The Indiana Farmer No farmer living in this section of the country need to be told that of all agricultural newspapers the Indi ana Farmer takes the lead Itis popular enterprising a leader in of the farmer has firmly established itself in the esteem of its thousands of readers and occupies a position of will want to know all about any legis lation in congress and the state legis lature winter that will in any way affect the farmer and for thisreason weekly visits of the Indiana Farmer will be welcome For each department of farm and home management the Indiana Farmer something to say each week be lightly valued Address Indiana Farmer Co Indi anapolis Ind free sample copy 1900limited between Lexington integrity agricultural numbersis j Can You EatYour Christmas dinner and all other meals in comfort ARE YOUR TEETH in condition to permit thorough and complete enjoyment If not put yourself in our hands We will remove useless teeth fill that need it or supply SETS OF TEETH All our of a very high grade Our are not high The finest Alloy Fills TuCtS DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky Permanently located next door to Government Building in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open ail night I mastication I COMPL svor cha loser eo 3 o oooooooc oo There will be a change in the firm of Logan Robinson in next ninety days and in order to wind up the business of the firm we offer our entire stock of Furnishing Goods Etc Commencing SATURDAY DEC 8 1900 AT COST for CASH ONLY This affords the people of Garrard and surrounding counties an excellent opportunity to buy highgrade merchandise at manufacturers cost We have one of the most complete and uptodate stocks in Central Kentucky Our goods are NEW and STYLISH and having bought our entire stock for cash we are in a position to save you from thirty to fifty per cent on every purchase This closing out sale will be con ducted ON A CASH BASIS Goods taken out on must be paid for if returned in good order money will be refunded Look at Some of Our Prices Buell 5 Bootees for 425 Buell 450 Bootees for 4 Our line of 35O Walkover shoes for 285 Stetson 5 hats for 4 Stetson 45O hats for 375 ROBINSON LANCASTER KY J J k rA k rA iA 4 rA fl8 18 I I8 I I8 II f I I8I J AT eCOOOCOO OOOOOOOOOOOO Clothing Shoes l I LOGAN I 7 kik klSl Iii I IS it f II f i A OOO Stock Of Goods15 U 3 TJSSVJ4- d 7 Hats I I 11 1 r5 approval i I o o o o o a o ono t3 3l j 1147 0 iii u I2 1 11 1 V I will soil prlv t farm cantata z 2 ncres situates of BraJi I1 vllle There is r i 2 t containing six rooi i horse ra utry i l buildings evvrfjtillotr wntcf plenty of stock wairr the plan mr is well suited for stock form It fence Close to churches j s x Good reason for srllinjr farm or other biidiiMrs in ex hariir HENRY Kriir V J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE KENTUCKY Land Saverjor and Apnt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Done on short notice Our new foreman J H Harris is in charge j of our shop and we guarantee all work to be firstclass I Shop over J C Robinson hardware store SALE FEED STABLE LANCASTER We make special Attention of our SALE STABLE Nice combined horses a tavv ou hand for sale W B BURTON ORGANIZED 1883 fITIZMS NATIONAL BANK OP w Capital Surplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and Prompt AttentlonGoaranteed M HISOINBOTHAM PresldeQ- Lxwia Y VIcePresWeni B F HDD30H CasWej W O BIQSKT Assistant CD WALKXB Booikeepw DIRECTORS JMHieeiNBOTHAM Lzwis Y LXATXLL TJIABNOLD HUDSON NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL OF I 15000000 f SURPLUS fio ooooe LANCASTER KY A President STOEME3 Vice President S C DESXV CashIer F ROBIXSOX JR Aist Caahr R T EMBRT Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam lDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno Stormea W HKInnalrd R KINNAIRD INSURANCE Repseotini Following Coipies Aetna QueenPalatine NationalHartford Conneticnt German American Phenix of Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercnaiitilo t F tr mar nit th it p raid dH jnil t rt I Will ta X 920tf Bryar K KINDS OFI I I iGUTTERING I i I i I iI I I J 8 Collier I I I I B 1 r1lI on la1 0 fl L ERYo I l KY LEAVELL Cash B F THE l t t R DEIfY Jxo E 1 E Brooklsn tna Lifo Ins COl HartfOrd I l t1L1n am Salv for ocl aid our s t an They r U c Iand a i t 000000oo0ooao0ooooo0ao0oeoaoao ROOFING j REPAIING 0ooooaoooa0oo0a0oo0wooooo00oa r a l LANCASTER JJ PALBBR I493c D G Cih 1 1 WE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE OF prices that are POSITIVELY THE CHEAPEST EVER SHOWN HERE We guarantee that our prices on EBONY AND STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES can not be duplicated in town A visit to our store will veryfy this statement All our EBONY DISH MANICURE PIECES GO AT 35cts for your choice SOLID STERLING SILVER DISH and MANICURE PIECES YOUR CHOICE FOR 75cts We have the largest line of Ebony Cloth and Military Hair Brushes in town your choice for 1 All of our pieces are handsome in design and artistic in appearance Give us a call and be convinced bj jlffgN li ffJjJJfiiNJY Jljj fiflIifjjJlfi ff l E I cc 0 D ai P I f 0 m t FEIIS IE IS EEV c Si rc E I IT fffi 1M jgJ g rrtJrn 0 J5 Li I iL w Z I so LLZ HO fAY m- At r o and- o o oo o r rrh rro r1 1 r r1 nra ril l fr lIl r f r k f F I firfora n2 cat faEA7nZ HAVE YOU The f200 2 25 and 250 Velvet Hats mpeiy trimmed that selling 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 montY and everything else in our line at the same marvelously low price SEEN I I SII I I i- I I L oJ I f- lT FiI q CT Irorb 0000000000000000000000oooooeooaeees ooooseeocooooo0oooooeooooo00ooooodr CENTRAL RECORD TUESDAM DEC 25 igoo Misses Jennie and Lucy Arnold are visiting in Louisville Mrs Allen and children of BurkE vile are isiting Mrs W J Poor Prof Hampton will spend the at Winchester and Nashville Hilton will spend the holidays at her home in Brodhead Mr Jack Rout of Stanford attend ed the FarraBurnside Miss Katharine Denton of Paint Lick has been visiting her sister Mrs Victor Lear Mr Sam Salter has been here a few days he was accompanied to Mayi ville by his wife Mr and Mrs George McRoberts and Miss Sue Woods of Stanford attend ed the FarraBurnside day Miss Elisa Lusk and Mr H Goodloe leave Monday for Ashville N C to spend the holidays with Mr George Lusk and sister Miss Jane Mr R E Hughes of Louisville Mrs Lou Packard formerly Miss Lou Huffman and daughter Miss Fay of Independence Mo are visiting here Mr Alex Bastin of Highland county was in town last week visiting his brother Mr A H Bastin He was a member of Gen Landrams regiment the 19th Kentucky and paid us a most pleasant call Col Geo T Mason of Chicago has our thanks for a most useful and beau tiful pocket memorandum book George is special agent for the shire Life Insurance Co a position which is both lucrative and responsi ble He is a thoroughbred Lancaster boy and like everyone else that ever lived here never misses on opportuni ty to come Home r co ceo oeo 000000 ccoo s weddingThurs- day I wedding Thurs Lincoln t1N 000000000000000o0ootl4- tR 4T REORhE 00000 holidays relatives f Bark Miss Alice Saddler is visiting Mrs W T West Mr Moses Collier is in Crab Orchard visiting relatives Fisher Herring will clerk this week for Mr R E McRoberts Mr Horace K Herndon is much and will soon be out Mr Kirk Kerby of Texas is his mother Mrs Maria Kerby Miss Fish of Crab Orchard is the guest of her cousin Mrs Pattie Hays and chiidren of Stanford are visiting Mrs Mildred Baazley John Norris of Frankfort has a position in R H Batsons clothing store Mrs Donald McDonald of Danville is visiting her parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Mr Joe Robinson left Wednesday for Arizona to spend several months with his brother George Robinson Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville will spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs John W Miller Danville street Mrs Thompson and daughter of Lexington Mr Everett Farra and wife of Nicholasville attended the FarraBurnside wedding An impromptu dance was given at the Mason hotel Saturday evening in honor the dancing teacherMiss Reese of Winchester The evening was Very spent Livingston Colonel Mrs T A Grrs ham left yesterday morning for where she will make her home in the future Attorney Lewis Walker came out from Lancaster Monday on business He is interest ed in lands down Rockcastle river Rv Henry Faulconer returned to Hillsboro Ohio Friday morning We never knew a preacher to have more friends amoung the young men has he They call him a nickname and joke with him as tho he was one of the boys He certainly has good influence with the young men and knows how to get at them I improved visiting Miss Rella Arnold accepted enjoyably Lancaster thane CANDIESFancy mixed from to 20c Lowneys Chocolates assorted in and 1 pound boxes Oranges Bannas Apples as fine a lot as market affords Our stock of Groceries is full and complete Try our genuine New Or leans Molases We have absolutely pure Ma pIe Syrup guaranteed Now is the time for you to get Seeded Raisins Currents Figs Etc Etc We have them Large California Prunes Evaporated Peaches and Apples Good Can Corn for 7c Come in and look at our line of Boots and Shoes We can certainly please you with quality and price have just received a lot of SuitsSpecialYours Anxious to Please j PATTERSON SYMPSON a 10 then a- We irl i I 1 I J i 1 t- l Y tr s 1t I N Miss Minnie Johnston is at home to spend the holidays Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting Mrs George Farris Paul Miller of State College is at home to spend the holidays Ed Valton of the Interior Journal mingled with the crowd yesterday Misses Allie and Bettie Anderson entertained a few friends Thursday Miss Marie Joseph will visit reh tives in Cincinnati during Christmas Mr Joe Wortham and little daugh ter Jessie are in Richmond visiting relatives Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab is visiting her brother Dr W S Beazley Miss Louise Kauffman of Richmond college is at home for the Christmas gaietiesMisses Martha and Helen Gill who are attending school at Oxford Ohio are at home for the holidays Mrs Banks Hudson will spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs Kennedy of Lexington Dr Walter S Beazley wife son Eugene and his sister Mattie are his brother in Louisville Miss Bettie Powell and dett of Hustonville are visiting the family of Mr J C Thompson Mrs A H Rice of Nashville will arrive this week to visit her parents Mr II A B Marksbury and wife Mr R L Jennings and wife of Paint Lick have been visiting her parents Mr J C Thompson and wife Mrs Jesse Doty and daughter Hattie leave this week for Knoxville Tenn to spend Christmas with rela fives Mrs R Tankersley and daughter Lizzie are spending Christmas with their parents Mr and Mrs J W Pumphrey Mr Barnes Wearen of Stanford was in town Friday and paid us a pleasant call They say theres a pretty girl in the case j Mrs J VV Poor has rented her farm for next year to Mr Allen of Burks ville His wife will be remembered by friends as Miss Laura Baker extends a welcome Mr and Mrs John M Farra will re turn latter part of this week and take rooms at his mothers He has rented her farm for next year and will have entire charge of it Mrs Banks Hudson was the charm ing hostess of the Married Peoples Club Thursday evening The re were delicious and the very enjoyable The Club will be entertained by Mrs J E Stormes Thursday two weeks Some of the friends of Mr and Mrs John M Farra concluded to have tle fun at their expense and get even with the groom who has always been to play such pranks on his friends The trunks were left at the post office the night before the wed ding and these mischievous friends proceeded to decorate them with old shoes ribbons candy hearts and a of placards telling the public they were John did not see the trunks until reaching Danville but about the time he arrived there the odor of brimstone was very strong even in Lancaster and the is that he showered blessings rare upon the perpetrators of the joke Story of a To be bound hand and foot for years the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such slave was made free He says My wife hasjjeen so helpless for flveyears that she could not turn over in bed Aster using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for diseases quickly cures nervous ness sleeplessness melancholy head ache fainting and This miracle working is a god send to weak sickly rutf down pep pie Every bottle guaranteed goes Sold bj B E McRoberts druggist j I e Orchard visiting brother Bur Lancaster alit ready presumption Slaved haunt MI rand male medicine 0 a er to of 25 ly F of It Saved Ills LeI Danforth of LaGrange Ga suffered intensely for six months frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in ten days For ulcers wounds burns boils pain or piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c sold R McRoberts druggist When a husband runs across an old loveletter he wrote to his wife he laughs but his wife cries Blftiuarclts Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en are not found where stomach liver kidneys and bowels are out of order It you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 23c at McRoberts drug store When a w o throws a stone straight at the devil she is very apt hit her husband square in the face No one can reasonably hope for good health unless his bowels move once each day When this is not attended to disorders of the stomach arise biliousness headache dyspepsia and piles soon follow If you wish to avoid these ailments keep your bowels by taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when required They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect For sale by R E Me Roberts The sins of the father are visited on the son but the sons sins are visited on the whole family When the stomach is tired out it must have rest but we cant live without food Kodol Dyspepsia digests what you eat so that you can eat all the good food you want while it is restoring the digestive or gans to health it is the only that digests all kinds of food F P Frisbie It is better to be alone in this world sorrow than to bring up a child to play on the accordion Praise the bridge that carries you over either a flood orcough Coussens Honey of Tar has brought so throat and lung troubles such as coughs colds bronchitis etc that its praises are sung everywhere Price and 50 cents C C J E Stormes A burnt child dreads the fire Probably thats why a newly married man tries to avoid his old flames Now is the time when croup and lung troubles prove rapidly fatal The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results is One Minute Cough Cure It is very pleasant to take and can be relied upon to quick cure coughs colds and all lung It will prevent consumption P Frisbie There is but one spectacle sadder than a neglected wife and tint is a neglected husband Help is needed at once when a sons life is in danger A neglected cough or cold may soon become serious and should be stopped at once One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures coughs and colds and the worst cases croup bronchitis grippe and other throat and lung troubles F P Frisbie It is no wonder that priests do not wed after women religiously confess their imperfections to them Many persons have had the of Mr Peter Sherman of North Stratford N H who says For years suffered torture from chronic but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a well man of me It digests what you eat and is a certain cure for and every form of stomach trouble It gives relief at once even in the worst cases and cant help but do you good Frisbie It a man doesnt expect anything else for Christmas he can always on his wifes relatives Maud R Adams of Dayton 0 Writes Gentlemen The requirements of the last society season with tate hours promiscuous eating and irregu lar habits left me a wreck Sick headache indigestion and a slug gish condition of the organs were my daily torment nntil I tried Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Yours is truly a household remedy us Grate fully yours Maude Sold by B E McRoberts druggist J P A wither always y man regular Cure- S preparation diseases pert experience indigestion I F P depend hysicul Adams by- E ma flyover C with a 50 C 50 it It New Sons Not Catchy acts Play Too Droll New Opera Too tong Why what on earth ails you Is it Indigestion Get a bottle of Dr Cald wells Sprup Pepsin It keeps one straight the year aound I buy it at McRoberts drug store Occasionally a young man may be persuaded out of marrying a young woman an old If you would have an appetite like bear and a relish for your meals take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They correct disorders of the stomach and regulate the liver and bowels Price 25 cents free at McRoberts drug store A mans wife has no business with his wasness only with his issues and his henceforthness Disease and danger lurk in the vital organs The blood becomes vitiated and the general health is undermined whenever the stomach and liver fail to perform their functions as nature intended Herbine will tone up the stomach regulate the liver where other preparations only relieve Price cents C C J E Stormes Troubles are like babies they grow larger by nursing Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment has been thoroughly tested for many years and is a positive cure for this most distressing andembarrassing of Price 50c in bottles Tubes TScts C J E Stormes A sucker is born every minute give the babies a chance When you need a soothing and heal ing antiseptic application for any pur pose use the original De Witts Witch Hazel Salve a well known cure for piles and skin diseases It heals sores without leaving a scar F P Frisbie The majority of the rising young men of today run elevators Dont use any of the counterfeits of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Most of them are worthless or liable to cause injury The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is a certain cure for piles eczema cuts scalds burns sores and skin diseases F P Frisbie No one ever heard of a messenger boy being touched to the quick The most effective little liver piUs made are DeWitts Little Early Ris ers They never gripe F P Frisbie Children cry for the moon when they grow up they want the earth For family use in numberless ways Ballards Snow Liniment is a useful and valuable remedy Price 25 and cents C C J E Stormes The busy little bootblack never fails to improve each shining hour A RenliNt goIBarnes He was too realistic in ideas Interfered with your work on the stage Xo not on the stage In the box He wanted real money Washington Star Another Customer Lont Mrs De stuff wont do at all and you will have to take it back It doesnt harmonize with my complexion New Assistant convincingly But madam it harmonized with the you had when you selected Stray Stories Ambition Wigg Isnt it funny the way Lodger is always joining some new so tiers Warr Yell he confided in me that he hopes to become some day as the sole survivor of something or other Cleveland Leader A Lonely Mortal Bilkins How de do Had the grip Bilkins Im sorry for you old What on earth do you when you meet Y Weekly With Cupid am Referee Lets play at archery coyly she said Drooping her eyes and tossing her head I am agreeable let it be so You be the arrow Ill be the beau She drew him to her she not slow That the thing to be with bow What of the arrow Need I impart made a bee line straight for his heart Yonkers Statesman I but mannever Samples troubles PainteurThis complexion Ill yetWilkinsNo fellow talkabout peopleN was a h t C C offices famous wile done 4- c HOLIDAY GOODS are now being opened at The most complete line he has ever shown Lancaster Ky PURE DRUGS PAINTS OILS STATIONERY Fine Cigars V Tobaccos Prescriptions J5GciiratElyCDiii paundEd Garrard County Friends Always Welcome DAIffVIZaX I J Dru I I tOOOOOCeoOCOOOCO OOX 4 f IP x I LILL rOUT 3111y II McRoberts Store1 RD REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 13 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 1072V5 11 Overdrafts secured and unsecured l W 00Stocksfurniture and fixtures 7500 00 real estate and mortgages 120000Due ISDueDue from approved reserve agents J 472 Internal revenue stamps Checks and other t Note of other national banks 165 00 Fractional pUller nickles and cents 109 00 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 105 00 notes 2295 00 00Redemptionurer 5 of circulation 120 00 TOTAL iia7Qt if LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 50000 00 oat01National 9DueIndividual deposits subject to check 126711 aTax Fund 189 I TOTAL 2i57o STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF GARRARD ss I B F Hudson Cashier of the above named CashierSubscribedday of Dec 1900 R Notary PublicCORRECT Attest LEWIS Y DirectorsJJ L bl OF TJlE I houe s currency per cent Iii statement22 K1 AIRD Bunking is1 9 Ni 97 teuder LEA ELL REPORT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE HTIflHl MlOf LANCASTER CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC 13 1900 RESOURCES Leans and dIscounts Overdrafts secured and unsecured lisBi 97U S Bonds to secure circulation 50 100 00Stocks securities etc jax do fixtures 11000 00Other reul estate and mortgages own ed 7115 lDue from National Banks not Ieserve Agents UB iBDue from approved reserve agents 7i3l 13 Kexeiui 3 JQT Clucks and other rash Items u jrNotes of other National Batiks iosv toFractional papercurrencynfckelscts a is vizSpecienotes 2000 CO Redemption Fund with U STreasof circulation 2 0000 Total j S LIABILITIES 00Surplusprofits less expenses null taxes paid 9040 00DueOSIndividualCertified checks S0l Jo Total jrcplf 0 7- 3TATEOF KENTUCKY ConSTVOFGARRARDSS I S C DENNY Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear thatstatement Is to best of knowledge and belief s C CashierSubscribed 24 day of Dec 1900 R KINNAIRD PublicCommission J E STORIES DirectorsA KY AT t Ill eo to urer OSlO S lJI my 1 O CORRECTAttest Legal tender llw7 5ti 7 fthe above l New Rival Leader Repeater WINCHESTER Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells New Rival loaded with Black powders Leader and Repeater loaded with Smokeless powders Insist upon having them take no others and you will get the best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM I t Q t ri 7Wr I 4 w I 1 Ti c SOUTHERN MUTUAL INVESTMENT OF LEXINGTON KY Cv PLAN INSURANCE REVERSED We Pay While You B They Pay When You Die IfMM 10 I Oil 1 6161 Over 330000 paid in living benefits Over 1 Reserve and Surplus I Over 60000 Paid in September Promotes Economy v I V Guarantees Safety ACf Secures Large T Profits iA SMITH BOWMAN Secretary LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Call on J C Hemphill G T Farris Lancaster Ky Jno Bradfordville Special Agent t 7 irifi 2 Return t GAustin- or t i I r T 1 f Live t INDIAN UNDERSTOOD THE LAW The Poor Red Man Embarramied a Chicago Attorney Who Went Hunting i Two Chicago attorneys who were en joying a hunting and fishing trip in northern Wisconsin recently chanced to stop over night at Tomahawk a vil on the Indian reservation While at the hotel a gun belonging to one of rthe lawyers was stolen The hunter made inquiries and became satisfied that a drunken Indian who acted as hostler at the hotel had taken it The lawyer charged the red man with the theft and finally the Indian confessed that he knew where the gun was Aft er a great deal of persuasion lie named a certain place where it was hid den says the Chicago Inter Ocean The owner of the gun accompanied by the Indian went after the weapon but it was not there The lawyer then had a warrant issued for the arrest of the Indian and had service made This had its effect and the red man calling the attorney to one side give up the gun for a pint of whisky 3t happened the hunters had several bottles of good old rye among their stores and a pint bottle was turned over to the Indian who soon produced the gun But the constable who held 1he warrant insisted on taking his prisoner to What fur White man got urn gun said the Indian Yes replied the officer but you stole it and you must go to prison Put Injun in cabboose tell chief white man give Injun whisky white man pay big fine and go to prisonThis was a new wrinkle That was the law The Chicago lawyer was to be taken to Madison before the United States court The attorney in terceded for the red man who seeing this declared A Let Injun go not nuf Injun money he no tell and he stuck that he would inform if not paid and finally as the cheapest way out of the difficulty the Chicago man paid the Indian 10 Have Vlll of Their Own That the women of China do not lack courage is proved by the fact that they sometimes seek suicide as relief from unhappy marriages and uncongenial husbands would frequent ly be murdered were it not for special punishments ignominious and slow devised for all women who should at tempt homicide The mere existence of this law proves the necessity for it Again not long ago 15 young girls of Canton threw themselves into the river to escape from marrying the husbands chosen for them Montreal Sun i To Let Siena In Mexico A newspaper or sheet of paper tied are rooms to let in the house N Y Sun A Cheap Deliverance Well you look happy for a man who has just been touched Didnt I see you give a dollar to that fellow you were talking with a miui te ago You did I am happy tto He he would pay the mtoney back tomorrow OhBut it isnt his promise that makes me joyful Oh no He has bored me nearly to death during the past year or more with stories about his boy and by repeating to me what he con sidered the childs funny sayings Now this is all ended forever After this he will pretend not to see me when we meet And Id have gladly made it five dollars if he had wanted that much Chicago TimesHerald I age t agreed- to bigwhite liable ive dwellinghouse r toldme I jail- tot S aTear for a Vainexpectant mothers or those who have borne children know the full meaning of these words Every woman should tell every other woman about MOTHERS FRIEND tha wonderful 11 1 meat that Umpmlm mH fmlm Incident to childbirth There is nothing like it S MORTON of Hulowe K C says Toontick cuttbe said in praise of Mothers Friend used only two boWes and was la labor but She Is tola fpUndidly thanks to Mothers Friend Sold sH best or will bo sent on of price Book entitled Motherhood con tuning faca for U of the sex mailed free Bpon application Send your friends address recei N Q 4 4 aV I v TE NaPLPUVLAZCAtlaaa Ca MMMMWMWMM s 4 V t 4rl C 4P iei4 LARGER GROWTH CHILDREN Marvelonn Mechanical Toy That Men of Wealth Have to Amuae There are many persons who never outlive their love for toys in some form The largest and most elaborate toy in the world is in the possession of a wealthy Baltimore man It is nothing moreor less than an automatic land scape a large country vii Kfges churches windmills lakes rivers and all the details of country sceneryWhen this mammoth toy is put in boats dart here and there the lake pulled bylusty rowers carts lumber along the roads the miller mounts a ladder carrying sacks of grain on his back church bells ring and children play in the village streets a large Ferris wheel turns slowly round with its burden of aerial passengers and trains shriek into tunnels and over bridges The power which puts the landscape into motion is supplied by water motors hidden away under the toyAn equally elaborate toy is the of a wealthy retired army officer of Berlin who is able by its means to enjoy within the security of his own home all the excitement of a campaign says TitBits He has a fullyequippeil army of many hundreds of soldiers cavalry infantry and batteries of ar tillery Every incident of battle is reproduced with startling realism- A Russian prince has a mechanical theater which has cost him over 50 000 The stage is fitted with every accessory in the shape of scener and machinery that modern skill has de vised and the actors are figures as large as life all dressed as sumptuous ly and appropriately as their living prototypes The princes repertoire covers almost all the most popular operas and it is only necessary to press a button to set the whole marvelous machinery in mo tion The actors make their entry on the stage and play their various parts with appropriate gestures while a number of phonographs supply the vocal part in the voices of theleading operatic singers Subsidence oftlie Bermudas According to the results of studies by Prof A E Verrill the beautiful Ber muda islands are merely the remnant of an island very much larger than the present entire group but which has sunk in the ocean The original island had an area of 300 or 400 square miles whereas the Bermudas today are only about 20 square miles in area a comparatively recent period says Prof Verrill the Bermudas have sub sided at least 80 or 100 feet Their base is the summit of an ancient volcano while their surface IB composedof shell sand drifted into hills by the wind and consolidated by infiltration Youths Companion Canada Defense Canada is selfsupporting but in event of an attack being made upon the Dominion Britain would have to I provide both army ana navy for its defense Albany Argus Twenty Miles for Penny The Russian government has decided upon the introduction of specially cheap fares upon the Transsiberian railway in order to encourage emigra tion to the country A ticket from Russia to Tobolsk only costs 4s 6d and from Tobolsk to any station whatever in Siberia the fare is only 9 shillings Thus the tripper can cover over 6000 miles for a matter of 13 shillings Stockholm Dagblad It Excite Suspicion There is such a thing as over caution that excites suspicion Atchison Globe Them sweepof motion across property Within ODDITIES ABOUT COLOR This Authority Says There Are Many Deadly FolHon That Are Decidedly Blue T Did you ever notice that there is no blue food We eat things green and red yellow and violet flesh fish or plants in all the colors of the rainbow except blue Many deadly poisons are blue in color such as bluestone or the deadly nightshade flower The color stands in our slang for everything mis erable and depressing But this is only one of a thousand queer facts about colors Heat a bar of iron and the particles of the metal are set in motion shaking violently one against another Presently the surrounding ether is set in motion in large slow waves rolling through the air like the waves of the sea until they break upon our skin and give us the sensation of heat As the iron gets hotter other waves are set in motion in lightning speed and these break upon the eye giving the sensation of red light says the St Louis Republic The redhot iron getting still more heated throws out other sets of waves still smaller and more rapid orange yellow green blue indigo violet all the colors of the rainbow The eye can not tell one from another the whole bundle of rays mixed up gives us an impression of white That is the glow from the whitehot iron and such is the light from the stall greater of the sun Sunlight is a bundle of rays and orange green blue indigo and violet all mixed together The mixture of all colors is white light the absence of all colors is utter darkness Xow pass a of sunlight through a drop of water and the colored rays are split up and thrown in different The sunlight shining through many drops of falling rain after a shower is all split up into colors and the result is the gorgeous rainbow The scattered spray of a sea wave of a waterfall or a mountain makes little rainbows caused in the same way Each kind of light has its own special uses The red rays of light make the leaves of the trees to grow and hasten all rotting and decaj Moreover if you cut off the red rays plants will grow with goldenbrown leaves instead of greenThe sea is blue because the water re flects the blue rays of light but seas are green because the blue light is mixed with the yellow from sand and stones at the bot tom In this green light of shallow water all seaweeds grow and for want of the red rays they have golden and tawny leaves Green and red seaweeds are as rare as blue tree leaves At this Tate land plants grown under green glass ought to turn golden brown like seaweed They do Experiment has shown that under green glass plants grow nearly as well as under clear sun lightUnder red glass nearly nil plants grow four times as quickly as under white light grow to four times their usual height and throw out a fine dis play of green leaves This is clear proof that the red rays of sunlight cause the green leaves to grow This discovery will be of immense help to gardeners who want to force their plants and to farmers trying to induce early crops ofvegetablesBlue has a directly opposite Plants will neither grow nor die they languish and yet remain alive The blue makes them sleep The effect is exactly that of moonlight and star light when all plants take their nat ural rest Sole Exception The Xew must look for another room Mrs Chamberhall The noise in the neighborhood last night was simply unbearable Three times was I awakened by the shrieks of some person in agony Mrs Chamberhall Oh please do not be hasty It is but one night in the week when the painless dentist keeps Referred to Madame Cant help me Im about to start a little store said the female applicant for What store asked the busy man j stopping for aminute athis work A notion store sir v n lvL j Yrxi Vi iV lightred ray directions shallow reflections effect The LodgerI openJudge you kind 01 a you ni head Is t i 4 M 1J j 1 tj J J I brightness yellow helpS h r iull1f oioizYonker Ij Stesrnan are the cries of protest and distress from tortured muscles joints and excited nerves The blood has been poisoned by the accumulation of waste matter the system and can no supply the and food they require The whole system feels the acid and not until the blood has been brought back to a healthy the aches and cease Mrs Kcll of 707 Ninth street N E Washington B C writes as follows A few months ago I had an attack of Sciatic Rheuma tism in worst form The was so intense that I became completely The attack was an unusually severe one and tny was regard ed as being very I was V one of the most able doc tors in Washington who is also a fac of a leading medical A college here He told me to his prescrip tions and I would get After i filled twelve times without receiving the slightest benefit I declined to continue his treatment any longer Having heard of S S Specific recommended Rheumatism I almost in despair howPver to give the medicine a trial and after I had taken a bottles I was able to hobble around on crutches and very soon had no use for them at S S cured me sound and well All the distressing am happy to be again to perfect health the great vegetable purifier the remedy in all rheumatic troubles There are ho opiates or minerals in it to disturb the digestion lead to ruinous habits We have a special book on Rheumatism which every from this disease should read It is the most complete and interesting book of the It will be sentfree to any one desiring it Write our physi cians fully and about yourcase We make no charge for medical advice SWIFT SPECIFIC co ATLANTA GA OF THE RHINE The Source of the Devious River In Mystery Says Thin Writer Augustine Birrell late M P and of Obiter Dicta etc thus de scribes in Century the deious course of the Rhine The birthplace of the Rhine is wrapped in mystery It is given to few to dam with their fingers the first tricklings of a great river How many English have traced the shy Thames to her source or the Mersey Research is apt to be tedious To most of us as to our artist M Andre Castaigne the Rhine flows out of Constance lake and after giving three leaps over the rocks at Schaffhausen steps westwarJ with a cheerful alacrity as if it meant like a good American to see Paris before it died till it reaches Basal if suddenly mindful of the father land it turns hastily to the right and pushes its way up the map of Europe past Strasburg Mannheim Koblenz and Cologne by Dusseldorf and Wesel till it reaches the low countries where again its course becomes obscure What happens to the Rhine at Utrecht What gar my father no send me to Utrecht was the oft repeated of Bartoline Saddletree doomed to keepshop in the Bess Wynd instead of drawing pleas in Parliament square I can but repeat Mr Saddletrees plaint Had my father sent me to Instead of Koblenz I might be an authority on the subject As it Is I can but feebly demur to the modern notion that puts on the Rhine but have to admit that just as I have neverset eyes on the TomaSee in Switzerland where ut a height of wellnigh 8000 feet the baby Rhine springs into being so have I never seen either of its outlets into the German ocean or the Zuyder Zee My Rhine begins at Sehaifhausen and gets no far ther than 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