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I at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Claw Matter LOUIS LANDBAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON DEC 5 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ttnttnt YEift Entered si 1 3DYZUTIIELFT71 Air Heating Stoves Hold Fire All Night Tight r i Will burn wood coal or slack Every one guaranteed delivered anti put up in your house H f i i For Only 10 j See our line of 4 COOK STOVES J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors I i it t 7 I J1R1Hase1den Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney At Law Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of soo upward a 3 THE HOME NEWSl E S 6w w A tih A Danville citizens want a dope or dinance use of the drug having be come most too general over there The Louisville Tunes reports B C Nun of Lancaster as a representa tive to the grocers convention We know of Nun by that name here in Danvillt Xews Benge formerly of Lancaster has opened a new livery stable on Main street in the property of the late Dr Nave Danville If ews Mr A II Rice has sold his lot on Main street to B G Fox John Woods and Dave Logan jointly for 000 While out hunting near Stanford Robert Dishon accidentally killed his twelveyearold son Millard He was shooting at a rabbit and the boy front of his fathers gun Gov Bradley Ilouored The degree of LLD has been con ferred upon Gov Bradley by the State University at Lexington The is signed by President Burris A Jenkins of the University Sweeney president of the Board of Curators Retail Grocer Aociatlou The retail grocers of the state have formed an organization to work for purer foods and better grades of goods handled by them The organization was perfected in Louisville Monday Prof K F Postel of tne firm of II M Ballou Co represented the Lan caster merchants StIiool Closes The school taught by Mrs Mary L Swope at Herrings school house closed a very successful night when an enjoyable was given Mrs Swope of the best and most satisfactory teachers in the county always pleas ing both parents and scholars A Pretty Ute The railroad commissioners have fixed the rate of taxation of the Row land branch of the L and at 5000 per mile If they had fixed this sum for the entire branch it would come nearer covering the case If they could be given a ride over the road they would quickly change their tune Sells Lot Fast Sbcklu and J S term entertainment N v OirW Rice rain sheepskin C Thanksgiving bone n I 0 Logan Dry Goods Company The Boxers in Looked for trouble and found it People looking for the best line of General Mer chandise in town will have no trouble to find it its HERE and in large assortment and at reasonable prices Special Values in Ladies Misses and Chil drens Cloaks Mens and Boys Suits Overcoats i n large variety and at attractive prices We are sole agents for the Queen Quality and Princess Perfection Shoes for ladies They are the best the market affords Price 225 and 300 I hina I and- Y 11 f t a v j A 4L LOganDryGOOdS y I l ic t i mani t rlr a pr Sa5t t r K P A Executive Committee President Harry McCarty of the Kentucky Press Association has the following executive com mittee of that organization Paul M Moore Earlington Bee Chairman C C Howard Larue County Herald E A Gulhon Henry County LocalLouis Landram Lancaster Record M F Conly BigSandy News A Severe Saturday night the residence of Mrs Mary Anderson on Lexington pipe near Marksbury was totally de stroyed by tire The origin is as Mrs Anderson made a care ful examination of the house before retiring Only a few things could out of the building all her clothing and provisions going up in the flames The loss is severe on Mrs Anderson and tier friends deeply sympathize with her The ladies of the Presbyterian church will have a bazar Tuesday Dec 10th from 2 to 9 oclock p the Odd Fellows hall All kind of fancy and useful articles and candy will be on hand in great abundance for sale at low prices This will be a good place to get your presents and candy No fee charged everyone invited Remember afternoon and night 10th Value of Town Property City Assessor E W Harris filed his books with the City Council Monday evening having completed his work as such They show the amount of taxable property in town as 815387 an increase over last years list of 40340 Total number of voters 430 there being 230 whites and 200 colored As the question of amount of in town frequently comes up for THE RECORD ad vises that you cut this item out for reference To Restrict Partridge Shooting R W Haviland of the aid of the Representative from Nelson county is having a petition signed by all who are in favor of have ing a law passed by the next Legisla ture making it a penalty for any to sell barter or dispose of in way for gain or otherwise partridges or in the State of Kentucky for a of three years It is claimed by Mr Ilaviland that wiles such a law is put in partridges and quail will soon become extinct in this State To prevent the extermination of the birds and to allow them to in number is this idea A Splendid Dinner The dinner at the New Garrard Thanksgiving was by far the most elaborate ever served in Lancaster The bill of fare printed in THE was fulfilled to the letter and the feast fit for ye gods The halls and parlors are always decorated with flowers and plants but on this many additional touches were put on Mrs Long gives her personal to the preparation of the meals and rooms of the Garrard and traveling men who seldom have a good word for any hotel say it is the most delightful place to stop that they make Mr and Mrs Long are delightful people and have made friends by the score since coming to our little city Exchange Moved The removal of the telephone ex change completed Saturday night after no end of hard work by the large force of hands It is now located over Stormes drug store and is by the stair way from the Public Square New wires have been strung all over town new furniture and fixtures put in Central and all the modern con veniences ef tile day put into service Lancaster now has the best and most complete telephone service in the state and only a few citizens are with out the convenient phone in their places business and homes If you havent a phone THE RECORDS is to get one It may save you ten times its worth some day in case of sickness or tire Some Noble Work The Ladies Auxiliary is doing some splendid work at the Lancaster They the trustees to expend considerable money in im provelments such as constructing new roadways building fences trimming hedges and making improve1 ments that doubtless never have been thought of We understand the old thicket the will be next spring and several new driveways made All or nearly all the driveways are covered with screenings make them as hard as iron The ladies have called personal attention of lot owners to tombstones sunken and other neglects and those left in an unkept condition are so few that they muck unfavorable com meet from visitors to the Cemetery The ladies desire all interested to join their organization and it does seem that those relatives burled should take interest In the matter f appointed Loss begotten furniture Ilazar mill Christmas admission December property discussion Bardstown with person increase RECORD occasion attention was of advice Cemetery cutaway aown graves t if 4ik 0 f i Tf Z 1 unknown homemade period force reached have aroused numerous would near railroad now which fallen attract S SS5 Best on The Road From information received from Lebanon Somerset and Danville we can heartily recommend theattraction to be at the opera house December 10th and 11th as an excellent show being clean and modern in every respect The company has played to packed houses at the above named places and has played return engage ments Reserved scats 35 cents at Stormes drug store General admis stein 15 cents for children and 25 cents for adults Balcony 25 cents Handsome Residence Burned The magnificent home of Mr Geo D White at Whites Station in Madi son county burned to the ground Thanksgiving day Nearly all the household effects saved but the loss on the building Will reach 87500 The building was one of the finest country residences in Madison second only to Gen Clays mansion at White Hall Mr White married Miss Jennie Faulkner of this city and is well known here Cuciiit Big Court has in session all this week and a big batch of small Commonwealths cases have been d is posed of none of general interest however The juries are entitled to great praise for the way they are soak ing it to the whisky sellers In one case Frank Lackey was touched up to the tune of 200 and Nig Spencer caught it in the neck for the same sum in another Now before the temperance people say anything about juries and courts let them examine the records of this term and they will see that jurymen are becoming tired of the blindtiger element and are determined to do their part in wiping out the pests A number of civil cases will be tried this week Isnt it a Shame Danville News Hon W P Walton whose editorial energies put agoing a true blue Democratic journal in Lex when it was very badly needed who nursed the infant to mature life and who will very likely have his for a long servh e to the party in his election as the next Railroad Com missioner has this to say about the transfer of the Lexington Democrat The Lexington Democrat has been virtually sold to the Herald in con formity doubtless to a deal by those owning majority of the stock Mr Jouett II is also manager of Herald will be manager of the Domocrat but it will continue to be a Simon pure Democratic caper is problematical Interesting Services Much interest is being manifested in the protracted meeting at the local Baptist church The pastor Rev J E Wolford began the last week but Rev O M Iluey of Carrol ton arrived Tuesday and is doing the preaching Mr Wolford assisting in the services Mr Huey is pastor of the church in Carrollton but has de voted a greater part of his life to evan gelizing He is a splendid preacher and his sermons are greatly enioyed by the large congregations attending the services Several have united with the church Services are held at 10 a m and 7 p m A song service begins at G30 p m which is very en joyable Every one is cordially invi ted to attend these meetings will continue through next week The Old Fiddlers The old fiddlers contest brought a crowd to the opera house Thursday night The friends of each contes tant were on hand to applaud their entry and several of the players were called back for a second tune Itwas strictly oldtime music none of the highfolutin stuff sawed out by violinists being allowed The fun was kept up to a high pitch until after ten oclock wken the judges an nounced Mr G H Sechrets of Buena Vista as the best fiddler The judges were Messrs W C Price of Danville T B Long Lancaster Tommy Baugh man Danville and Alexander Traylor of Lincoln county The row of fiddlers reached all the around the stage there being fifteen entries It was difficult to make the audience keep their feet still when some of the dlers would begin sawing on a fami liar selection While the entertain ment grew somewhat it was out of the ordinary run of things and furnished the worth of the admission fee Yet News Of the many companies that have visitedDan ville in the past few years the Harris Company is the best They played to a crowded house last night and seemed to give entire satisfaction The play Lost in Egypt which was presented was splendid and if the remainder of their bills during the week will be in keeping with that one they be called on to hang out the VS B O sign every night The specialties are very clever and JUr E F Pirikerton is as as ever before a Danville audience he brought down the house on more than one occasion last night Baby Trixle tits petite does her part like an old stager in tact the whole companyJs good r 9th were Cassius in toll reward Shouse who whether Services monotinousyet repertoire Parkinson will M court ben pre electiut the services way lid The Best Danville fine appeared soubrette TY 1 Y Gx r Inconvenience to Palau Lick Folks The iron bridge contracted for the crossing at Paint Lick has not yet and is causing the good people of that section great trouble In the contract it was stipulated that the bridge was to be ready for Nov 1st but there was also a clause which pro tected the contractors in case of strikes and acts of providence As is well known the steel workers of the country were on a strike nearly all the year consequently the contractors claim that every bridge company in the country is from four to six months behind with its contracts The of the bridge at Paint Lick has knocked the merchants of that thriv ing little city out of many dollars worth of trade and it is hoped the con tractors will be kept on a hot griddle til it is put up County Judge Burn side tells THE RECORD he is keeping the mails hot with letters to the and believes it will come to books in a short time PerklnsKemper Tuesday afternoon Mr Ed H of this city drove over to and was united in marriage to Miss Dixie Kemper The ceremony was performed at the residence of the brides parents in that city imme diately after which they returned to Lancaster and drove to the residence of Capt Thos Austin where they have a suite of rooms The bride is a Garrard county girl but recently moved with her parents to Danville She is one of the most handsome and is well educated and possessed of many noble traits of char acter Mr Perkins is a son of Mr Nixon Perkins one of Garrard s most prominent and welltodo farmers He has a position in Stormes drug store and has proven a faithful careful and reliable man in every way He is strictly sober and has no bad habits whatever TIRE RECORD congratulates the young couple and wishes them a happy voyage through life Our old friends A B Robertson Bro Danville tell of some great bar gains See second page The Richmond Elks wanted to bring their big minstrel show to Lancaster on the 20th but that date is claimed for another entertainment This issue of THE RECORD will reach our readers a little later than usual as the Christmas advertssing is on and the work unusually heavy Read the adsand you will know where to go for the best bargains arrived absence company Perkins Danville attractive ladies SAFE BLOWERS Post Office Safe Wrecked by Crack mos Blood Hounds Pat Oa Trail Bat Thieve Use Saggy and Escape When deputy postmaster Louis West went to the local office Thurs day morninghe found an attempt had been made to blow open the safe The attempt was unsuccessful but the door was a complete wreck Two shots had been fired knocking out the com bination but the iron bolts refused to move and the door was held fast The money drawer was ransacked and some pennies and a pocket knife tak en A lot of tools were left but from the articles its easy to see these were left as a blind there being some that phoned to Nicholasville and had the blood hounds brought over They did not arrive until 1230 noon The dogs were taken into the office and allowed to smell about the floor for ten or minutes The window through which the cracksmen entered was then hoisted and the dogs at once sprang out and trailed about the back lot for some minutes They finally yelled as an old fox hunter said give tongue and made a bee line for the fence and up the alley to Thompsons jewelry store there taking the pave ment to the Citizens Bank corner thence on the pavement to the police court on around the back of the court house to Stanford street turning down same on the pavement to Jake Jo sephs residence and on out Stanford pike When almost to Mrs Farras they became confused but finally caught a trail and followed it into the old fair ground woods It is perfectly plain that the dogs had the right trail and that the burglars got into a bug gy on the Stanford pike as the trail followed after striking a certain point on the pike was that of Cabel Denny who went hunting that day over the identical path taken by the dogs when they became confused and seemed to be at a loss The dogs attracted a great crowd of people and there were many amusing incidents The people were afraid of them and they were given a wide berth The bringing of them will have a good effect and we understand permanent arrangements have been made for their use whenev er occasion demands The City Council met eve ning and aside from allowing a few claims did nothing note It was the last regular meeting of the pres ent board jobCounty fifteen I To the Grocerymea er Lancaster We have now been in business in your town three and one half months and have distributed something over six thousand dollars among your for wheat and corn Ttis money we brought with us to your town and you are getting the benefit of it As we sell our product from our mill we distribute it again and again and you continue to get the benefit of it Do you get any returns for money you pay to foreign millers when you buy of them They take your money and distribute among their farmers and give them and their town the benefit That is why the milk leaks out of ycur cocanut Burnam Rucker day night Egyptian scenes and up todate specialties will be given ladies and gentlemen in the Prices only 15 25 and 35 cents farmers Lost la Egypt produce company Sixteen No Time as Good as Now And No Place as Good as Here to Buy Your Winter Suit oS Dont make the mistake of waiting un til the seasons nearly over to buy your Win ter Suit Dont let the delusive bargain idea keep you from getting what you want while you can enjoy it all the season Now our stocks are full later they wont be Now you can get exactly what you want in som thing that will fit you later on youll have to take chances t OUR SUITS ARE UPTODATE r ep resenting the very finest readytowear clcthes in the world We show suits at 18 15 and 1250 in all the correct fashionable shapes and our 10 750 and S suits are world A look is all we ask to prove the a bove assertion See our Buell Bootees our Honest Mike boots our Walk Over shoes and our Flors heim shoes for men the best in the world Everything up to the moment in Ladies Fine Footwear Our furnishing Goods De partment is full to overflowing with all the Novelties of the season at prices that stump all competition 9 beaters po THE RIGHT PLACE After looking around town Santa Clause has discovered the right place and knows where he can procure the best line of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS for those who are expecting extra this year You will agree with him when you have looked over our stock of Silver Cut Glass Ebony Leather Goods Toys Bronze Statuary Fancy Goods Etc and lots ofthings too numerous to mention Too many goods and too many prices to mention them here You will have to visit us You are MSBffiS Dm Store something invited M T Logan Price Cloth ier and Furnisher 1 t v 4 r 1 2 t 1k1iff d tij t i t 4 The One f i ii 5 tV y r HHHH It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS t t2t t t t tft i tt w y A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store McRoberts Drug Store rI II III o I III IIIIIII I CENTRAL RECORD A ladepeadeat Local Newspaper IMCZO WCEKXY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Dec 1901 AFTER Stewart Young Louisvilles treasurer had taken his own life a great number of people proclaimed from the housetops the statement that they would have helped him out of trouble if they had only known it Yes mabe they would and mabe they wouldnt the chances ten to one for the latter Its true some might have come to his assistance but they would have been the ones whom he had the least right to expect Those in to help anyone these days are generally speaking too stingy to do even at a big interest The idea that Mr Young took his owa life without asking help out of the trouble is mere bosh The poor fellow got behind and in his desperate effort to pull out even continued to risk the citys money thinking each plunge would turn luck his way NEARLY every day we hear someone whine Oh the oldtime hospitality is a thingof the past and in these days sociability is a stranger Now to show that the assertion is a lie refer to an occurence in Mercer county last week Squire Royalty was elected as Magistrate in the Bohon district in that county and celebration thereof gave the biggest dance and social ever known in the west end of Mercer The invitation was general runners being sent into the highways and byways to them to come Fortyeight gallons of oyster soup thirtysix gallons of lemonade eight hundred old hams etc went to make up the bill of fare and after the Squire had grand march the dancing and eating was kept up at a merry clip til midnight Now if this is not genuine oldfashioned hospitality well eat our hat SIR ROBERT BALL has made the startling announcement that its no use trying to signal the planet Mars as its too away Well this is too bad but it seems that the world is full of disappointment Its pretty hard to think of having to prod on through life without being able to signal Mars In its bard to see how the people will be able to get along If the time consumed in figuring on such were utilized in tilling the soil ul crops would be brought forth THE husband of Mrs Carrie Nation has been granted a divorce from his saloonsmashing betterhalf At the trial he proved that she called him a HellBound Hypocrite If this was hIs only excuse we cant see why the court granted the decree Thats a pet name for the head of the house in many families JNO D ROCKFELLER the Standard Oil magnate will be handed a heck for 16000000 at the annual meeting of that companys directors in this month With all his millions well wager that Rocky will not spend as happy a Christmas as the country editor with his cornbread and hominy As January 1st approaches the press boys are getting out the old railroad ads and cuts giving them top of column alongside reading matter positions The whyness of this thus ness Is obvious CUBA is to be annexed Yes theres no mistake for Lucien Young has said it ought to be done MABKSBURY Turkeys are selling in this pity at 6c per Ib Mr Tom Dean of Knox county has purchased of Mr Fred Kemper his farm ror 4000 Rev Hunt of Pineville delivered two excellent sermons at Fork church Sunday and Sunday night Sunday morning about three oclock the residence owned by Mrs Mary was found to be on fire It originated in the kitchen They sue ceeded in getting out part of the The insurance on house and contents was 500 Mr North of Hustonville is visiting His daughters Mesdames John and Moses Dorton Mr and Mrs N H Bogle spent Sunday with relatives in Danville Madams Frank Carney and James Hawkins of Washington and Nelson counties are at the bed of their father Mr Wm Lancaster spent Sunday with their other at I 5th position ginger cakes ledthe tar tact tomfoolery what Anderson furniture Marsee aide Parks prISutton JI r 1 2 Cornish r coin mu tilt rY A tt- J 4 a- yr4 ur 3v r PAINT LICK D C Pullins has moved to his farm near Conway Miss Sally Adams has ctarge of the telephone exchange here The weather is getting bad and the people are heaping curses upon the bridge man Two of Mr Jess Ledfords children have been quite sick with pneumonia and he has been poorly himself Jim Kuykendoll who works at the stable of C B Engleman was kicked by a but not seriously hurt Mrs Rodney Griggs has returned from Lexington where she has been on a visit for a week with relatives Sevearal Masons from Lancaster came up Monday night to assist in confering some degrees in the lodge here Mr G W Swinford and W E son upset their buggy Sunday night Mr Swinford got his collar bone broken Mr Will Tudor went calling Sunday night and his horse got loose the fence ran off and tore the buggy up considerably and the horse was badly Crippled Clarence Embry and Jake Moran two gentlemen of color had a rough andtumble fight a few nights ago Neither was much hurt but they tore each others clothes off Mr and Mrs W J Romans of were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jennings Sunday Mrs Minnie Jennings of Lancaster are visiting relatives and friends here has been suggested by some our that our town be It is a in the right rectJ n as we no protection wnaetever There are some young around not out of their who get whisky ether places and come here and whoop and yell and use all kinds of vulgarity in of the and shoot their guns call them to make a display of their and show that they are bad men from Bitter Creek James Lewis has moved back to Bee Lick J M Cress sold 45 hogs to S Morgan foroc j p Rogers sold two nice mules Monday for 95 J A Miss Tankersley for 55 J sold twenty nice hogs to Lawson Fox for 5ic Guns hunting coats ammunition etc at Jennings Co ll282t D M Anderson bought 20 calves from Jim Roberts at 10 per head J P Ballard sold nine nice cattle Price Bros for 3 to 335 per dred cans sausage mills pepper sage etc at R L Jennings Co ll282t Esq John Anderson horse fell with him Sunday spraining his wrist which is giving him much pain Prof Bishop and wife of Burgin was week looking after our proposed collage and was much with the surrounding country The closing out clothing sale at R L Jennings Cos is attracting wide attention ll282t Last week J J Thompson lost five cattle W H Cummins two J L Hutchins three Lewis Anderson one caused by eating smut from fresh stalk fields Rev H B Cockrill of Louisvilleand sister Miss Fannie of Crab Orchard was here Thanksgiving J F Cum miss and wife of Stanford and J W wife of Mr J F Hpltzclaw a fine boy Easiness and Bargainsi Elegant candies at Zimmers tf Boys suits at cost Burnett Co We have excellent celery T Currey A nice line ofglassware at TCurreys International dress shirts Burnett Company Chicken feed for sale at Sons Silk fleeced underwear Burnett Company Closing out Dry Goods Burnett Company Closing out our stock of miscelaneous books at cost J C We will save you money on goods Frisbies Drug Store Dry Goods Boys Suits at your own Burnett Co Fresh hominy grits and H Flakes I T Carreys rfil j fc i if horse soand from Lancaster weSam inIt incorporated Dove here ladies they bravery PREACHERSVILLE S Ledford sold a horse to S Pettus Lard here pleased visitingI t t t I I It It t 11 I I I I I I I I I II I I I I It I I t ChrIst- mas Gi amen ens he last S Marks ces 5 x bury ten k Or Frisbies prices are lower on Holiday goods than any place in town Handsomest shoes in town and prices on them Burnett Co Attend Frisbies opening Saturday and pick out presents What is nicer than a pretty rug We have them in all styles J Joseph All of our Holiday goods are in and we can save you money in every line Frisbies Drug Store Why shiver all night when you can get a pair of elegant blankets for a song at J Josephs I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey We have many new thins that can not be found elsewhere and our prices are the best We will save you money Frisbies Drug Store stock of hosiery and ladies shoes cannot be equaled in this section We what we say when we tell you this J Joseph Threeyearold stripper cow gallons daily dec5lm Hyattsville Ky buy trashy candy for the chil dren but go to Zimmers and get that which is absolutely pure You may save a doctors bill by doing this ces right f tf Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey At the old house of is the place to buy youf groceries Age 40 years You cannot get as good a value for your money on Holiday goods as you can at Frisbies Drug Store Our handsome line of dress goods is attracting wide attention See the many pretty patterns J Joseph We have the largest assortment to select from and the lowest prices on Holiday goods Try us Frisbies Drug Store We have ladies and childrens un J Joseph Frisbies is the place to buy your Holiday goods He will convince you of it if you will give him a call R u going to get married If so Uwanta Ring and Iwauta sell it to you Thompson We are making a special drive on bed comforts lad can give you extra ordinary bargains Come see J Joseph The best set of teeth in the world for 8750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf Farmers Take Notice We need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son If you want an elegant cake for the holidays call at Zimmers You can get your cakes there for less than you can bake them for and they cannot be excelled in quality tf At T Curreys grocery get fresh citrons Currents figs and all ingredients for your Thanksgiving black cake Now Is the time to get them The finest gold fills 150 amalgum 75cts Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond At Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Notice Coal Consumer Pure Jellico and Blue Gem Coals always on hand and for sale at the lowest cash price We solicit your patronage and will make it a point to try to please you Give us a trial Coal yard at S T Leavels planing mill J T Williams Leave Jan20 V For Good Work All those wanting foundation work builtshould can on the Sexton for first class work at reasonable rates W H Kinnaird Chmn Board of trustees The Board has ordered that no one but the Sexton shall do this work 11283m Store Room For Rent Now occupied as a Po session given Jan 1st Apply to J M Logan tf House for Rent Five room cottage on Water street Cistern and outbuildings Possession at once Price 100 a year or 9 per month Apply to J R Haselden nov213t Especial attention is called to our elegant assortment of fine fresh fruits We have all kinds at very reasonable prices See our line befpre purchasing elsewhere Zimmer For Sale A very desirable house and lot on Danville street formerly owned by JW Elmore Address J N Robinson J E Robinson Lancaster tf Dr Hobson the celebrated dentist will be at the Garrard Hotel Dec 9th for one day only If you want first class work call that day it For Sale- M B Turkeys toms L50 hens 100 immediately A few B P Rock cockerels 50cts Mrs G T Higginbotham 9 I Ji 4 loW- est yourChristmas reliable Curre s I prier fOur dim an For Sale two Bettie asDont at Garrard tothe r I barbershop t j l tEi c C r 4 too Pig C taken 12531 t 1 Tt r g lira GREAT LADIES lllUl Everything new and strictly uptodate in style Our entire line of ready made garments go into this sale 135 Tailor Made Suits 200 New Cloaks 50 Valking Skirts 75 Long Skirts 30 Silk Waists 60 Fine Furs It is impossible to itemize all these goods in out adver tisement so we will mention only a few representative items from each line 1098 New Pedestrian uits made of the finest Pebble Cheviots lowest price has been 1500 698 Pedestrian suits finely tailored made ofgrey golfing were 1375 750 Suits of fine Venetian cloth with stitched Taffeta bands several styles that sold for 1375 1098 Suits of Venetian with Silk vests and bands Has been a great seller at S I 500 Suits made of tile finest Veintina Cords sold for 3000 75 others just as cheap LADIES COATS 475 27inch Kersey Coats in caster Reds and flack were 650 6698 27inch Coats made of fine Montaignac cloth in Black and Satin lined were 1000 998 Ladies Oxford Grey Raglans Satin body lined were sold at 1500 1675 Coats made of finest Kerseys beautifully tailored lined all through with s 150 Satin These were sold at 2250 Childrens fine All Wool Coats at 300 to 750 were 500 to FINE FURS I75 Handsome Stone Marten Collar was 3500 Fox and dark Mink Collars were 2500 800 Stone Marten Scarf with 8 real Marten tails were 1 5oo One real Baum Marten Scarf was 3000 New line of cheaper Furns from 100 to 500 each SEPARATE SKIRTS 375 Skirts made of Fine Heavy Corduroys were 675 500 Walking Skirts that sold at 756 975 Taffeta Silk Skirts with all over tucks and hemstitched and tucked graduated flounce 6900 Several very fine Cloth Skirts that have been 1500 to 1600 1OO Others Equally as Cheap 398 Choice of Any 600 Colored Silk Shirt Waist All our goods are marked in plain figures so you tell what the prices have been Every reduction is Bona Fide and exactly as stated above CHRISTMAS GOODS We now have on display over 7000 worth of Silverware Cut Glass China BricaBrac Gold Jewelry Silver Novelties Etc Any price present fiom 50 up This display alone is worth drive to see J t1 l I Zf Ky n UPI T n M Luu tJ lH jdd REAUY TOWAR fine I 750 I Bro ii I I250 Sable 350 1 can Y j 4f72 u 1t Hy t H jtl11 i 2 j l i r lIeDc 1 f S 1 1 25o fir L along jJJ r 9 r r r 6 Lancaster Sarfele Works ALL KINDS OF monuments title Tomtelouw All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices iange from 8 upward Call at works near the depot S of LOUISVILLE KY McOD IRE I R Goltistein lJhe EyeSF3Cfa t iI At Mason Hotel I ncaster Ky Thurstlay Bc 19 One Diy ihifj Eyes Esmuiined andOlssse sfieotlflrmljy adjusted Office hours 9 a m toipm This Is As tITer for you to take out life insurance as you will ever see see and The Mutual Life Insurance Company ia as good a company as you will ever find to furnish you the in suraiice Policies in conteslnble ircm date of issue with the most libeial options with safe R L DAVIDSON isfeEict Agt Lancaster Ky C BECK Jr Special Agt State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky Good I of Kentucky consistent I insurance Keen Out Wet Interlined with Shell fcbrlc A hanibcmc snappy water tight shoe at a low price Come in and try it on A good investment fcr fall wear Hard Svipsonl Q 6The SuperlativeThat and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat service The New Yoke Overcoatas builttomeasttre fot our customers by The Royal Tailors of Chicago represents the outside limit in strictly swag ger dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a faosfcp Perfect trimmings and tIle best tailoring that American tailors know how to give Couieaud see our new this months plates on The HARVARD The YALE Style is hammered right into them THEY FIT The one you get is made for you And the low price is the marvel of the merchant tailoring world tic other styles of overccasi- oo Ae Automobile E Royal Raglan x S London Top Coat everything in fashionable dress for men and boys Pay less arid dress bettor Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our 15 1850 j fi sure getting suit for Christmas place your order G H K M PHI ij fabricstested liningsselected e I popularprice 2 To be 2i t I 7 f The L FRN We make off a t Jx w t- K rqfa 4 Holiday Goods r 7th We want everyone old and young to attend this opening We will make an elegant display of Bisque Figures Bronze Statuary Leather Goods Ebony Brushes and Sets Dolls New Stationery Fine Perfumes Fancy Goodsv X v XLV Toys mechanical and stationaryt ti Each line is complete in itself We have made an effort to make this the handsomest line ever displayed in Lancaster We do not claim to excel in everything but we do claim that we CAN AND WILL save you money if you buy your Christmas goods of us All we ask is that you examine the quality and prices of our goods then compare them with others we feel sure then of making you our customer Come and unmake your selection before they are picked over and have them laid away ft is no trouble to show goods it will be a pleasure to us You will find an endless variety to select from and prices that are sure to please you STORE Watch our large window for a Beautiful Display Watch our large window for a Beautiful Display fZ Lt7 f o rriJp 1W X fil WqJJljlgffiJll JlfliJ ifj fJifjJl jf gJijl lfjjLfiJXfiKj o I 1 A6Y 6Pent R ti l 0 0 i E aod EXCL StVE DESIG S I Cut Sterling Silver B I c J l IFRI BIJm D UGwJLI SATURDA77D1fOE2v1EER 7 I 4- r tr i 444404440 FHsbies Opening o ocooooo00000ooooocoooo ooooo00000000000ooooocooooo000000ooooor ooooo00000000000 ooooocooooooo o roc r e t f IcIy i1- Oiass3 Elegant r I r 1 D 01 Q 0 0 r t i 1- 1i I About The People John Norris is in Frankfort with j his patents Mrs Envire is visiting her sun Mr J W Elinnrc Willie West has accepted position in the dry goods store rs J 11 Sympson is visiting friends in Huston ville and Middleburg Mr Charles Miller of L xinirton is the guest of Miss Lizzie Brown Misses Cotton of Danville spent several days with Miss Lena Rigney Owen Shugars entertained the Black Cat Club Saturday evening Miss Lizzie Beazley of Crab is visiting Dr S Beazley and wife Will Walker who is at home from Lexington College is quite illof pneu monia Mrs Adams of New York has been visiting her brother lIon R II Tom linson Miss Bessie Gulley of McCreary spent last week with her cousin Mrs Win Lear Miss Mamie Gaines of Danville is th1 guast of her grand mother Mrs Ben Gaines Willie West is at home again from several weeks in Ohio as traveling salesman Mrs Gresham and Miss Jenmetacic cy were visitors in and Monday Miss Frankie Kauffman has had guest Miss Mary Carpenter of IlustonvilleLittle Bessie and Summa Lear entertained thirty little friends Thanksgiving Miss Sue Wood of Stanford has the guest of Mrs W S Btazley Danville avenue Mr and Mrs Sam Salter of Norfolk are visiting the family of Mr TSEik in Danville avenue Mr Randolph Harris wife and baby of Lincoln have been visiting Mr E i l 4 V 7 4 e I t I W I I I I Sunda asher b en t t14 T 9 i Pub k Orchard t Danville i I 1 W Harris and family Miss Minnie lohison has returned how from SuinvsMe where she has been teaching school Mr V I Misses Ruth Williams and Leona Wai ding of Campbcllsville Prof P Postel and wife and Mrs Kohinsoti left Monday for a few days Lmiisville Mrs Richard Ward and children have been visiliiigMr Archill Brown and family of Danville Mr and Mrs Sum Haselden have from a visit to Mr and Mrs Duncan of Nicholasville MrsEibftrt Smith and baby of Tenn arrived Tuesday to visit her mother Mrs George Farris Mr Soper one of the Logan Dry Goods Cos popular salesmen has been ill or a few days but is on foot again Richmond Register Mr Shelby Tribble an old employe of this office but now a valued typo on the Central Record of Lancaster was here a few days last week Hon W 0 Bradley came up from Louisville and spent Thanksgiving with his family lIe is getting a big practice in Louisville and likes his new location very well Mr Clarence Scott wife and two children and Mrs Barnes of Niche lasvillc have been spending several lays with Mr Todd Scott and Miss Lucy at the Garrard hotel Danville Advocate Misses Sallie Lou Myers of Lancaster and Ilallie Rice Myers of Danville after upend ing several days with their cousin Miss Susan Bixler left today for a to relatives at Salvisa and Law renceburg The following Master Masons at tended a meeting of the Paint Lick lodge Monday evening and assisted in the work Judge R A Burnside J Joseph E M Walker J V SweeneyF P FrSsbie GSGreenleaf Alex Bish op II Pall enon D G Ross R Kin Haled WB Jams and Louis Landrain Among the many pleasant features of the visit was an elegant supper served at the Veranda hotel by Mr and Mrs Butler Engleman u William has a hergtmsts K visit returned Jellies daughter visit i CLOSING OUT TO QUIT CLOTIliG Suits from 8500 to 1500 cut to pieces for CASH COME WITH THE CASH All are yours for the CASH t r t 1 WE NEED THE MONEY WE A SUIT Come While the stock is unbroken i L mum co PAINT LICK KY WONT SEEP r L uL Mr Millard West jifler a pleasant visit to his mother returned to his duties at Washington D CMr and Mrs John M Farm are re ceiving congratulations upon the ar rival of a pretty girl baby which ar rived Sunday night Dr E G and Mr Donald Dick of Oral Orchard Springs were in town a few hours Ionday Their visit was greatly enjoyed by many Lancaster friends Miss Lillie V West of Jessamine Institute spent rhanKfgiving with her parents on Lexington pike Mr and Mrs Charles Denman came over with her Waller Hudson and Louis Herndon of Central University Robert Elkin and Paul Miller of Lexington State College spent Thanksgiving with their home people Misses Bessie and Sue Anna Lear had their teachers Misses Knapp West and Alice Henderson and a few of their room mates to spend with Danville News Mr G S Gaines and family will move into their handsome new Fourth street next week Misses Elizabeth Hudson and Alice Walker of Lancaster were here this week as guests of Miss Alline Hudson The Saturdays Evening Post con tamed a likeness of Miss Marietta Crow She has frequently been the popular and attractive guest of Alice Arnold ol this Nashville news in CourierJournal Dr and Mrs W S Elkin entertained at a dinner party at the Capitol City Club last evenin5 in honor of Miss Bessie Draper and Mr James McKel dinCapt Mike Salter orders TUB REC OIID sent to his address in Salisbury Maryland and says tell the boys he is fine as a iiddleand happy as a lark The cap 11 in is working for a wrought inn range company Messrs Jerry Respess Al Burnside Claude Wherritt and Joe Faulconer Jr have returned from Pulaski and other counties where they have been making a survey for the railroad in which local parties are interested Mr and Mrs Bagby Dr and Mrs James Lelcher of Danville lion E C Warren and wife of Stanford Hon John Sum Owsley of Stanford Miss Letclierj of Richmond Mrs Price and son William of attended the funeral of Casey Owsley Sunday A recent from Dunlap says he in getting a so will not home til May next year He is stationed at Ft Wright Spokane Wash He is acting sergeant major his them Miss city wasdisaPPointed 1 r i Saturday Thanksgiving residence on William Danville letter Will furlough pine near conic 4eb manding officer being Capt George of the 1oth Infantry Will as our are aware was in the San Juan light a member of the Sixth Cavalry After being mustered mustered out he reenlisted and has been in Alaska THE RECOUD hopes to get a lengthy Idler from him soon Mr Benj Letcher of New York who came to attend the funeral of Casey Owslcy remained in town for several days and was warmley greeted by his many Lancaster friends Mr Letcher is an exceedingly popular gentleman wherever known and is a polished gentleimm one well posted on mcn and matters and in whose company it is a pleasure to be His demotion to Casey was it being impossible for one to do more for anothers interes and welfare than did he for the young man It was through his kindness that Casey went to New Mexico and received other advantages and pleas ures Nothing afforded Mr Letcher more genuine pleasure than Caseys success in any undertaking and he time nor means to as sist in his advancement in life His death was a great blow to Mr Letch er for as he said to the writer No father could love a son better than J do that boy Such practical proofs of love and affection are seldom shown nowadays OBlTUAltY After lingering with paralysis for several weeks Mr R C Hamilton died on Monday at five oclock p m in the fortythird year of his The remains were buried in Lancaster cemetery on Wednesday at two oclock p in after services by Rev A R Moore and Rev L Robinson He leaves a widow formerly Miss Nannie Herring ana two sons age seven and thirteen years He was a fanner and trader and had an exten sive acquaintance in this and counties life was a member of the Maccabee lodge at this place and car ried 2000 in it which will be paid to his widow in a days The high repute in which he was held by his neighbors and friends was a true index to his character He was generous and charitable towards all who needed assistance and he always had a word qf comfort and cheer for everybody He was scrupulously honest fa all his and his was relied implicitly He was no trickster or in many traits of charac ter he stood above the modern see Pride of Heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Feet and Joints Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions andJPiles It cures or no pay Only 2oe at R EMcTLoberts drug store Co drug store Paint Lick 1m V sparedneither age few PI ari readers remarkable numerous adjoining Tim Sore Stiff Lancaster Fish S y UEA3H OF UASEY O VSLKV After a lingering illness Casey M Owsley died at the home of his Mrs Ellen Poor in this city Friday afternoon As stated in a recent is sue of TIlE RECOIID he was brought home from New Mexico two weeks ago in an extremely weak and critical condition About two years ago he began to suffer from Brights disease and all that medicalskill could do failed to give any relief Upon the advice of physicians he went to New Mexico but this proved of no benefit and he continued to lose ground About a month ago his physician wrote his mother of his condition and she at once went out there He said he realized that there was no hope for recovery and he wanted to be brought to his old home in Lancaster He named a number of friends whom he was especially desirous of seeing but when be arrived his condition was so weak that it was deemed best that he see no company Casey Owsley was in year and in early life was a picture of health lIe was a close student and 0 mother Deming his twentyfifth graduated at Centre College Danville and in the legal department of the University of Virginia He was an orator of considerable ability and was the honors in one of the state intercollegiate contests representing Centre College He was a boy of un usually tine intellect modest to an ex treme and exceedingly respect ful to all he was associa ted or came in contact No young was more highly thought of nor had more friends than did Casey Al though a close student of had never unitea with the church He once said to the writer that he beleiv ed in a person considering WOn the and before joining the church as it was far the most important and step in ones life He was a son of the lamented Judge Owsley and leaves his mother one brother and sister Mrs Ellen Cook to mourn his loss An other brother Will died a few since Services were conducted Rev Allen R in the Christian church Sunday afternoon and mains interred at the Lancaster Cern etery Q withwhom the biblehe ep lI Ulan step himself serious Mike there r F LEADING JEWELERS DANVILLE KENTUCKY It will be no trouble for you to select presents at our store as we carry the largest line to be found in Central Kentucky Diamonds the largest line outside of the large cities Watches a complete line of ladies fancy enamel plain gold engraved and set with diamonds open face and hunting Boys watches of all kinds Gents watches gold filled and fine solid gold Brooches set with diamonds pearls and other precious stones Ladies set rings from 1 to 100 and up GENTS RINGS BOYS RINGS Solid gold Misses and baby rings from 50 cents up Jewelry of all kinds Fine leather goods Fine ladies and gents umbrellas from 250 to 2000 Statuary in Itallian Marble Bronze Terra Cotta Etc Rich cut glass of brilliancy Fine art china and art vases of every description A large line of plated and sterling silverware An endless variety of novelties in silver omulo gold and bronze We have too many kinds of clocks to describe Prices as low as the lowest Every One Dollar sale entitles the purchaser to a guess at the number of hours and minutes the mammoth candle in our show win dow willburn contest will be decided by the 25th of December We will give the following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest etc First Diamond Ring rff v 40 60 Second Ladys or Gents Gold Watch 25 00 Third Cut Glass Bowl finest cuttiug 15 oo Fourth Seth Thomas Parlor Clock 10 00 Fifth Solid Gold Cuff Buttons 5 oo Sixth Six Solid Silver Spoons Gorham make 3 50 Seventh Solid Gold Scarf Pin I 5O To the one guessing the exact number ofdays hours and minj Utes the candle burns we will 10 additional MURRAy McADAMS LEADING JEWELERS y j Danville JKj o MURRAY McADAMS DWfi diamond i F d 1 tj r iI F ECZEMASITOH HJCTfft is caused by an acid humor in the blood coming contact with the eruptions form sad discharge thin dries and scales sometimes the skin is hard dry and fissured Eczema any form is a stubborn disease and the and times are almost unbearable the burning humor seems to ooze out and set the skin on fire Salves washes nor other exter al applications do real good for as long as the remains in the blood it keep the skin irritated OF TETTER Ikin and great rednessand in in burningat a will producing RAD For three years I hands which them to swell to twice theirnatural size Part of the time the disease was inthe form of run sores very and me much discomfort Four Doctors said the Tetter had progressed too far to eould nothing for me I took only three bottles of 8 and was completely cured was Md Tetter on caused 8 d years painful n I any my 1 B jAcrsow 1414 McGee St Kansas City S S neutralizes this acid poison coolsthe blood and restores ittoa natural state and the rough unhealthy clear esen sign of old troubleME8MO- os smoothtn sssI cures Tetter sipelas Psoriasis Salt and all skin diseases due to a condition the Ery poisoned of blood Send for our book and write us about your case Our physicians have made these diseases a can their advice we make no chargeforthisservice correspondence THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA QA I I C I Boston baked beans are improved by adding a cup of sweet cream the last hour of baking Tomato soup is varied pleasantly by adding a raw cucumber sliced fine Boil till soft and strain with the to matoIt said that three tablespoonfuls of freshly made Japan tea with a bit of nutmeg gives an indisputable flavor to apple pie Try it The fattest cattle at the PanAmer ican are the Polled Durhams owned by J H Miller of Peru Ind Several of these weigh a ton each and they fat as butter Mr W B Burton sold to Forrestes Reid three 3yearold geldings for 375 He also sold to Rice Benge two livery horses for 200 Mr Burton has some fine stock on hand and is one of the best horsemen in the stateThe largest bull at the PanAmeri can is a shorthorn that weighs 2750 pounds The smallest full grown is a French Canadian cow and she weighs less than 400 Ibs The English cattle and sheep are lower than a while ago but the demand over there for American cattle and sheep promises to equal the supply of suitable stock that will be available for some time Wood ashes contain the mineral of plant food especially potash which tends to give sweetness and firmness to the fruit and strength to the Wood hard wood ashes uncleaned are worth twentyfive cts a bushel for this purpose A little sugar in meats of all kinds is an improvement particularly so in basting for meats Veal is especially nice with the addition of sugar To give a fine flavor to corn beef hash use good stock for moistening with a pinch of salt sugar and cayenne pepper Directum was sold last week to the International Stock Farm of Minn for 12100 A Liberal Offer The will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one B E McRoberts druggist 1m The confiding woman should study the doctrine of selection Cut this out and take it to R E McRoberts drug store and get a tree sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Regular size 25c per box B E McRoberts druggist 1m The amateur writer is known by his astounding vocabulary Health and Beauty IhrircrMl Good Esthetic QM ty others pertaining to the physique One implies other can health I real beauty without health 5 areas always animal markets elements Minneapolis undersigned reliable Twin words are more than any SOme decr of beaut ADd there can benomann rn these healthy condition a ex keepherbar beaiUi to BRMDFIELDS Fse Replatw I for thereof women sugaring intense from MBStruation corrects the derangement or of the menses It cores backacheshooting pains errouiaet or the blues Itstops Lencorrhea or Whites and restores positionIf functions with this medicine perfect arms perfect bust and risk and white will follow as the Batural result of richlyaowlsbed blood a Sold to all drugstores at fl per bottle Write tor It mil num i 8MIIiIIBIbewa the belt medicIne npJar IIIeUtr8a1oa f Cj 1r sa page and rWomen fee a ADDITIONAL A Loving Tribute Jesus said Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the of Heaven The angels came in the early morn of November and bore away the spirit of our friend John Woodcock Elkin Our Sunday School will miss him but it will keep his life in tender remembrance His gentle spirit will be an inspiration to lead us to better and higher things Tenderness gentleness courtesy kindness and courage were parts of his nature and made him indeedsuch as are those in Heaven Our hearts are sorrowing for his familybut sweet will be the reunion after a while for all in our Fathers house C C S S Lancaster Ky I kingdom I Mrs Belle Burnside Traylor West Letty McRoberts Corn tee Cbrivtmas Delineator The Christmas number of The De lineator is about the first of the Christmas issues It is a beauty The cover is a most artistic showing a beautifully gowned woman standing gracefully in a brill iantly lighted salon Two charming love stories one by Cyrus Townsend Brady plenty of advice regarding Christmas Gifts timely pointers on Cookery Wintertime care of Plants all the fashions of the day interpreted into simple language can be found in the Christmas number of The ator It is a splendid magazine inside and out There is no magazine for women at present pub lished that is more practical in all its pages As a Xmas gift itself it bears its own recommendation To Louisville via Burglii The new schedule which went into effect on the Louisville Southern last Sunday as announced in Mondays Advocate enables a person to leave Danville on the train duet here at 414 p m and reach Louisville at 730 pm Under the new arrangement the at Burgin will be close and certain the Louisville train leaving immediately after the arrival of the Cincinnati Southern not it By leaving at 133 p m Louisville can be reached at 7 D m on the train ing Burgin at 340 p m Tile train leaving Danville at 609 with the train leaving Burgin at 725 a marriving at Louisville at 10 45 a m The trains returning from Louisville all make close connection with the Cincinnati Southern at Bur gin to Lexington The Star of the Kant The Wise Men of the East sleep at Cologne in a splendid shrine in one of the most beautiful cathedrals of the world But the Star that guided them upon their wondrous journey nineteen hundred years ago lies deep at the bottom of a well folk say For on that very night after it had paused to shine full brightly upon the cave at Bethlehem where Marys Baby lay God told it that its work was done and bade it rest forever So it dropped a diamond glory into the well of the garden close by where through the limpid water it gleams unto this day But only the eyes of a puresouled maiden can see it where he lies In the water of this same well Mary used to bathe her Uoly little one and for this reason and that the herbs of the garden watered from this well are blessed herbs from which so legends say is made a balm of great virtue for the healing of distress Abbie Far well Brown in Xmas Lippincott Little Things that Count In Dressing The skirts this season are decidedly shorter than they were last Linen colars are from two inches and a quarter to two inches and a half wider than they were last season and the turnover designs are preferred Black velvet belts are quite and will be worn with both silk and cashmere waists Leather belts should not be worn with silk waists The new sleeves are made flat and tight to the elbow From the elbow to the wrist they are slashed puffed and plaited into many sorts of but invariably finished with a snuglyfitting buttoned cuff Collars and stocks The little collars are this season edged with corded linens and are made in every possible shape Stocks and collars are made with double bows which are lined with contrasting colors De cember Lades Home Journal The Country Editor In opposing a bill introduced in the Missouri legislature to reduce the rate paid to the newspapers for printing the Australian ballot Senator H Clay Heather of Palmyra said No man in the community does more for the public and receives less for it than the country editor If all the space he employs in booming the town in helping individuals in mak king out of pretty raw paid for at even half the legal rate he would be the richest man in the country Few country editors are rich but they are of more service to the where they live than the wealthiest man They do the work and leave the emoluments to others A good clean honest country news most country newspapers are good and clean and honest helps on every worthy cause and deserves encouragement It fights the battles holds up the hands of the and makes the scoundrel afraid Im opposed to the bill No paper in my county would print the oallot the pitiful price named They are not paupers but for the amount of splendid service they render they ought to be millionaires e special production Deli satisfactory connection trainand until does urrive Danville morning connects faShion- able fullness turnover statesmansometimes materialwere community paperand reformer 1 vlea part 37 t I I s is m AND COLDS IN CiUlmtEN Recommendation of a Known ChlcagolhyHicliin I use and prescribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions It nonnarcotic and safe in the hands of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs Melendy M D ph D Chicago Ill This remedyis for sale by K E McRoberts druggist 1m BRYANTS VILLE Country produce take in exchange for goods at Mrs Haseldens Miss Marie Dunn closed a very suc cessful live months school at Bourne last Friday A nice little sum was taken in at the oyster supper on Friday evening at the Grove Mr Charlie Coulter and John Shearer sold their farm to Mrs Hannah Sweeney for 1500 There is one vacant lot in ville any one wishing to tent property here will find it very convenient property Mr and Mrs Gulley of Point Leavel spent lastTuesday with Mr Tack and family Mr and Mrs Jeff Dunn spent Thanksgiving in Lancaster with friends Miss Eliza Williams and Miss Nettie Parks from Burgin Mr and Mrs Levi Norris last week Mrs Mary Wollork mother and little daughters und Miss Mamie spent part of last week with Hagan Mr and Mrs Haselden visited relatives in Danville Sunday Or Benefit to You D S Mitchell Fulford Md a long illness 1 was troubled with bed sores was advised to try De Witts Witch Hazel Salve and did so with wonderful results I was perfectly cured It is the best salve on the market Sure cure for piles sores burns Bewareof counterfeits F P Frisbie 1m MANSE The sick of this community are Mr J II Burke who has been very ill with la grippe is improving and F Higgins is able to be out again The basket supper at Manse was quite a success Baskets sold well and a very neat sum was made for the incidental expenses of the school Miss Hendersons school closes this week much to the regret of pupils and patrons There was preaching at Fairview Sunday Rev Elliott who will preach his farewell sermon the next meeting day Rev a good preacher and we hope if he does leave this church his place will be filled by his equal Miss Eliza Rucker accompanied by Misses Fannie and Pattie Henry were visiting here Friday night Miss Georgia Dunn of Marksburyhas been with relatives in this vicinity this week Miss Ella Dunn and brother of Brodhead have been visiting their aunt Mrs llendersQn Mrs Jane Higgins is visiting her son J F Health and Beauty A poor complexion is usually the re suit of a torpid liver or irregular ac tion of the bowels Unless natures refuse is carried off it will surely cause impure blood Pimples boils and other eruptions follow This is natures method of throwing off the poisons which the bowels failed to remove DeWitts Little Early Risers are world famous for remedying this condition They stimulate the liver and promote regular and heal ty action of the bowels but never cause griping cramps or distress Safe pills F P Frisbie Gold silver asphalt phosphate and coal are being found in Hart county Ky and a company is drilling for oil A J Snell wanted to attend a party but was afraid to do so on account o pains in his stomach which he feared would grow worse He says ul was telling my troubles to a lady who said Chamberlains Colic era and Diarrhoea Remedy will you in condition for the party 1 bought a bottle and take pleasure that two doses cured me and enabled me to have a good time at the party Mr Snell is resident of Sum mer Hill N Y This remedy is for by R E McRoberts druggist Census statistics on manufactories show that in Kentucky the number of establishments increased 23f per cent and the capital increased 303 per ct In Louisville the number of plants 356per cent and the capital 366 per cent Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences Jewels form a magnet of mighty to the average woman Even that greatest of all jewels health is often ruined in the strenuous efforts to make or save the money to purchase them If a woman will risk her health to get a coveted gem then let her fortify herself against the insidu ous consequences of coughs colds and bronchial affections by the regular use of Dr Jtoschees German Syrup Itwill promptly arrest consumption early stages and heal the affected lungg and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system Itnot cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all chial troubles You can Greens reliable at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Al b fe5 s y s Ir l i 5 I 4 c Well visited Ballard and Mrs X J During convalescing schoolhouse perhaps Higgins instating increased power get DrG m 2A iri j f tfi i I t I Mar- I Bryani Dii 4 ont frie Ci ale s Ins bra 6m q l M B Toll A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good physi cians were unable to help her writes M Austin of Winchester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache 25c at R E McRpberts drug store Lan caster Fish drug store Paint Lick im when j A Good CnucU Medicine From the Gazette Toowjoniba Anstnilln 1 find Chamberlains Cough Remedy an midicinc I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in recoin mending it W C Wockner This is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefitted as was Mr Wockner This remedy is sold by R E druggist im Many a mans head is full of emptines Saved His Life SI wish to say that 1 feel I owe my life to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure writes H C Chrestenson of Hayfild Minn For three years I was troubled dyspepsia so that I could hold nothing on my stomach Many times I would be unable to retain a morsel of food Finally I was confined to my bed Doctors said I could not live I read one of your advertisements on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my case and commenced its use I began to improve from the first bottle Now I am cured and recommend it to all Digests your food Cures all stomach troubles im When an optimist breaks his leg he rejoices that it isnt iis neck I suffered for years with a bron chial or lung trouble and tried various remedies but did not obtain nent relief until I commenced using One Minute Cough Cure writes Rev James Kirkman evangelist of Belle River Ill no hesitation in recommending it to all sufferers from maladies of this kind One Minute Cough Cure affords immediate relief for coughs colds and all kinds of throat and lung troubles For croup it is unequaled Absolutely safe Very pleasant to take never fails and is really a favorite with the children They like it F P Frisbie 1m Public opinion is never tongue tied lirilnF od Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for mus cles and still another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet good your food may be its nutri ment is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens Au gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purifies the blood and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special Almanac Cm A girl goes to lots of trouble to cap ture a husband but the capture she doesnt go to as much to hold him A Million Voices Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of West Point Ia A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had consumption but could not help him When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writes it com pletely cured me and saved my life Inow weigh 227 positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m realize our folly and fail to rid Saved at Graves Brink I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S II New som of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Water brash Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia But this excellent medicine did me a world of good Since using it eat heartily and have gained 35 pounds For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters are a positive cure Only oOc at R E McRob erts drugstore Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids in strengthening and recon It is the latest discovereddigest J ant and tonic No can approach it in It in B stan and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and all otherresults of imperfect digestion imllrtM Boolt Ufcboatdjspep6 llf1fre nn k E C 0 WiTT COCbK i s j Cos green i with- In An lnllgellt I have however artier Listen why Its ITo del lean guaranteed Kodol tiv or- g DJ r U rn mecoatatUt r t t I I as ackberics are led ixcl lea I sew sos Story peru ee sew ature ric50eandl times s ly 3 NGWS According to the assessment re ti t made by the State TJailroad there be paid into the tnasury of ih Siat nlin the next thirty days 24912247 Of this sum the Louisville and Nashville and St Louis and New Ofleans Rail road Companies will pay the partThe Supreme fount of New Yorl has decided that brokers acting for dealers in stocks and bonds and hold ing them on margins for their patrons must notify those patrons before they sell out If the decision Is held hind ing by the court of final icsort it will mean a favorable decision for ilr St John Boyle who has a suit involving similar points pending agaiiiat S C Itenniiig Co The Fiftyseventh Congress met Monday the Presidents message read Tuesday In the House thousands of bill were introduced cov ering every imaginable subject The dicker between the United States and Denmark for the sale of the Danish Vest Indies has reached a successful conclusion The United States gets the Islands paying four and live million dollars The tract of 200 acres comprising the San Suan battlefield has been bought by Gen Leonard Wood for the Government and will be converted into a park German merchants continue to speak in favor of strong thrill measures against thn United States They de clare something must bo done to pre vent American competition from con trolling the German markets Notice of Election There will be a meeting of the share holders of The National Dunk of Uiiicn ter Ky nt its Bank on THusdnj January 14th 1JO between the hours of n m nod 2 m for the purpose of electing five directors to serve for the Very Respectfully u Cashier Near L N Depot All Kind of BUILDING STONE Steps Cistern Tops Door and Window Sills Bases for Tombstones and all Kinds of Stone Work Furnished Promptly at Low Prices For further information call on JAS I WHITE LANCASTER KT WURD Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conneticut German American Plienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Mercantile r r M ooJ Com- missIOn will Chicago being between 10 cu miu v r Laiicastei Stone Yards HI INSURANCE Rroelltillg Followin Aetna LIfe Ins Go gf llatfodCoi THE NATIONAL BAta o coeetoQee4eQ3ceooec greates COu1all1UL sI4o3vw CAPITAL I 5000000 OF SURPLUS IO t 000 or LAN CARTER A KDENNY President JNO E STOBMES Vice President 8 C DENNY Cashier KY f i Y f F ROBINSON JR Asat Cashr B T EMBBYBookiceepei DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird J E ROBINSON Att At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages ORGANIZED 1883 neT cITIZENS NATIONAL BAN OF LANOASTEB ffY I c Capital Surplus Fund 85OOO4I lOOOt BUSINESS SOLICITED J d PromptAtteaUoa Ga Lswia Y LXATXLL HUDBOW W O BI9NKT Presidea- s VlceFresldent Caahlet Assistant r Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHiaeiHBOTHAK BTHBIMOV HleenmOUuoooooo 00 P Cash W YLUn- unIuna It o E 1 r f tBI M D LIWIS LLALI Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for tIlt oi doing a general Real Estate business offer our services to the public both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL also by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our services unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quickly to your advantage by listing it with us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with us Ii Z 0 LANDRAM yiiic se we withus Ve RI CORD nd AVISi No 1 House and Lot in XcCreary Ky Fine location for hoc tot or Merchant A new and very convenient onesory frame house four rooms hullway varamliw and a summer kitchen attached jjootl cellar convenience in the way of outliuildins barn buggy house etc Good garden ulnt with strawberry bed and a nice young orchard splendid cistern and u stock i ond that never fulls Everything is new and convenient Price is right and t rnis easy No 2 Tuciiut Lot in Lancaster This Prop rty is Cheap and will go Quick On Knstside of Hill street 70 feet front and 325 feet deep or li fee deep if desired a part of the Dr O1MI HI property Splendid build lug site for a nice residence In a good neigh borhood und one of the best residence portions of the town in short a desirable jo ation in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit t Purchaser On side oi street adjacent to item XoJ ir m Hill street J5 feet lj vcc c If so desired a part of the Dr O Itii i itce Good lociIttii in ex cellent neighborhood building site good ant commanding No t Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tile Fork of Sugar Creek 1 Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Tlaci Much of the laud hu ben in grass but is nun nnder cultivation 20 acres of good tobacca or hemp lent the rest is rich and productive ever failing water and iencing in good repair Laud has been well treated story box house 1 rooms and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smoke house etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat No 9 House and lot in Danville Jvy in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 147 feet deep Nice residencs are building ail around this property proper ty lu this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in- Polleys iiemf of Kentucky River In Garrard county about 1 miles north of Buena VIta under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach oiciiard room twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbinldiugs Laud In Iolleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 312 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of Bryantsville and About 8J miles from Lancaster All good strong land very productive under good fence nub abundantly Dwelling house 2 storys high containing 6 rooms two tenant houses good barn ice house grau cry and all other necessary out buildings are on the piece Ulo e to church good and well fitted for stoci raising No20 Farm Containing ICO acres about 2 inilgsllVoin Carters yule in Garrard county And 4 of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO acres in good corn cud tobocco laud watered by pools and creek L ever fail under good fence 2 story house coutaiuiug S rooms with buck and trout porches cud gum sulphur at door 2 barns tock aud tobac hitter utixlOxlti Church within 1 mile of residence ond school within of a mile A money making farm nicety situated No 14 GOO Acres of Coal and Timber Land in Pulaski Conuty Ky Abont 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat Kiver on the Ciuciuuut Southern RaIlroad This laud is rich in Uoal of a good quality with virgin forests cl Oak Poplar Walnut and Cedar upout it No 13 House and Lot near Sul piiur Well Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place In good repair mad healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lan castei I every I Et fill t deep or I l I i 01 tlO rtLS o s L well 1 il neil R L Davidson orer Stormes storeI LawO lee Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental Tire Insurance Co G J5 SwiuebroadAgt S BEAZUGYW Teeth extracted wlthont pain v vit ned Air Office in IDENTIST the Bobtont Balldlnic wnuville rtreet pppt ite ITeao iertaa church j I Farm of JO Acres in Rock castle County in the liottont- ol Coiiper Creek Jut across the Gnrrard and Itoekcastle line All l ott ui laud level and prodnctttte never failing stork water story li p liont u all accessary outbuildings Ioscision given af ter April 1st l mi lrice ulthin the roach Of men ol moderate mean No 10 House inirt Lot in Lancas tel on North side of Dan yule Avenue Known ns the old Institute prop erty Lot is 14 fet front on Punville Avenue and Iftn feet in depth house is a twostory frame buildings commodious and con veniently arranged in every particular less 1G rooms htilhvay kitchen and front veranda both inside and outside stairways rooms large ami house we 1 ventilated house has been lately remodeled extensively mid place generally repaired Lovely situutlon nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farni of 108 Acres Six JUles front Lancaster on the Jurlisville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 splen did hemp or tobuceo land 75 acres in grass balance uiulei cultivation watered by never fulling springs Place is in good repair House IJj stories containing 6 rooms porch and let heal porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuildings Very fine large containing many varieties of fruit A tine farm of House and Lot Situated in th City of Lancaster On the Xrth side of Danville street near the Intersection of Puuldtng street and 1 3 the property lateb owned by Mrs A K Car penter Good house und near Graded School Examine the premises annul and get our price No 7 House and Lot In Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Maui Street House has S large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand somely finished inside and conveniently urge baths room complete outfit of fixture for water and gas cistern large stable and al other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 feet front 447 feet in depth nice stable lot and large garden Is a good residence portion of Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Contain in gt 150 Acres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Lawsons school house 4 mile from Good Hope Baptist church J acres under cultivation balance in grass good pasture laud under good fence and watered by never failing spIns and ponds 12 acres in orchard in fruiting prime best varieties In nil kinds of fruit Good I1 story cottage house nicely finished und conveniently arranged with a storeroom SxOo feet adjoining it Post office known as Flatwoods is kept at the store nn excellent location for a country store A good place for a comine merchant to mako money and make it fust No 5 Farm of S0 Acres on the Sugar Greek Pike 2 miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 25 acres of which have been sown in oats and grates 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp land brings fine wheat and coru remainder in grass Sto k water in abundance Sufficient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit lug whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn Ice house and all nec essary outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want fo It o I and Franklin Improved acres of und well selected orchard moderate ize call constructed r f i large mid ands For further particulars write to or call on OR Louis Landram Central Record office jl MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness and Whooping Cough NO CURE Ptict 50c I 1 Trial Bottit ftt FOR c II