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E TWELFTH TEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class Matter Publisher LANCASTER KY TUESDAY AFTERNOON PEG 24 1901 ONE DOLLAR A YEARft tutfn tifofr v NUMB 1J 36 LOUIS ii 1 i t LANDRAM I Br 11 f S i Q tt Time is nere xti 11a1- Y Wil S Beiinging 1 F Xiiias Shopping I Christmas isnt today or the next day but its not a p minute too t o begin f Christmas shopping Of course the Children Y will expect toys but what get for Mother and Father T Grandpa and Grandma Sis f ter Brother Sweetheart Un X cle Aunt Cousin Niece or Nephew and endless streams Y ol friends is enough to puzzle T even the most discerning X Have you anything plan ned f Ten To One You T Dont worry though be f cause our collection of tHOLIDH GOODS Such As Dress Goods Fancy Goods T Table Linens Towels T Napkin Cloaks Furs Shoes J Slippers hart Curtains j Rugs Clothing anti Hats Furnishing Goods I and many other items that would be suitable for Xmas Gifts is complete in detail If you will come and take a look through our stock you can find useful articles that will make nice and use 4 ful presents for Christmas LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY jto- y r Are Perplexed t t t tY J J t t many j 2f c goon I H r NEWS t iTHE HOME K S Christmas gift Hang up your sock tonight Think of the poor while enjoying the luxuries of life Important business at the Masonic lodge this Tuesday evening j Col Billy Burton shipped a cars load of mules to Atlanta Ua Friday j The animals were driven to Danville j Mr W I Williams has rented Mr Bucks new residence opposite where he now resides and will move Several went over from here to see the negro hanged at Danville THE an invitation but excuse us Millers closed carriage meets the night trains If youre going away telephone him No 122 and he will call for you Judge Rurnside has moved to the house recently purchased on Mr T B into the house vacated by 1 Ml side Please pardon lack of news items in spxeral recent issues Our patrons have wanted all kinds of job work and of course they were supplied on short a notice Important to A O u V The regular election of oflicers will beheld next Tuesday night the 31st and it is very important that every member he on hand Other business of importance to discuss Be there I oiit Forsct This We are located here permanently cant afford to do slipshod work Call on us and and have that hair trimmed as it should be not looking like a bun die of oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building Good Appoiiitm m Mr D G of for some time stationed as storekeep er at the Pilgrimage Distillery at this place has been appointed chief depu ty in the collectors office at Louis ville Mr Edmiston is an excellent man for the place being thoroughly competent in every way The members of ho Sun day School will have a Christmas tree this afternoon at 2 oclock The Methodist Sunday School will give one tonight Residence Sold Miss Emma Hood sold her house and lot on Richmond street to Jim Dunn for for 1800 cash Mr Dunn will move totown at once This is cheap for this property as one of the most desirable locations L in town Timely Subject Kext Sunday will be the last Sunday of the year and Rev A R Moore will preach a sermon suitable to the at the morning service In the evening he will preach upon The Wilderness of Sin being the thud I sermon in the series upon the history of Israel P Think Over This f When arranging your business for J next year lay aside that subscription you owe Tins RECORD and send or bring it in It takes a lot of money to get out a paper and as we only have 1 a few thousand dollars to keep the going pleas send in your mite Several mite make a big pile CIiriMimiM Sermon1 Rev A R Moore will preach a J Christmas sermon in the Christian church on Wednesday evening T subject will be Tile First Christmas T Gift The services will begin at 7 4 oclock and will take the place of the A regular prayer meeting Special music will be rendered by the choir 7 is invited to be present s TIio Danville Hanging The negro Reuben Quinn who kill ed Policeman Crum at Danville a few T months ago was hung in that city J Friday Those who saw the execu tion say Quinn was decidedly the 4 coolest and nerviest in the crowd on 4 the scaffold He never said a word A except the usual speil of murder I ers that he had been forgiven and T was going straight to heaven T hope be did but its a safe bet that Y Quinn dont need his winter clothes I Dull Court Day Yesterday was county court dayand as the first of the year is closeathand there was much skirmishing renewing notes paying debts and mak ing arrangements for years toil There was little or no stock on the market The weather is so bad and feed so high that it is almost im possible to sell stuff A few sales are reported elsewhere in this issue crowd stood about grouped together like sheep and the store fires ry popular a is d lie e IJ I I I nextfe week pleasesoAlex Danville- t reet Walker moved orChardn II rltllJl i Trees Christ ian considered its l occasion i j rhe I now 0 Rlcotu had lint Edtnb ton Crab i all el n Everybody W arour another were y 1 r to so to Of se is Mainly Fad It is the very newest feminine fad have a pasteboard box lined with sachet Into this the undergarments corsets stockings all the articles that are to be worn next day are placed at night in the morning they are sweet and lovely and quite refreshing after the bath They are giving these for Christmas presents with an initial embroidered on the inside of the box A Tame Tale Hydrants have been contrary for a days and their handles have to budge when urged twist of the wrist to do DemocratJoe Al will have to introduce mighty strong proof before we will believe they tried to get water this cold weather This is a time when Lancaster blind tiger is better than Stanfords Buffalo spring water off Old Crimp Mr Anderson Hurt While climbing into the loft of his stable Mr John Anderson one of Gar rards most prominent farmers lost his footing and fell to the ground a of ten or twelve feet In the decent he struck the ladder causing contusion in the side which caused hemorrhage and also cut a deep gash in his head This happened the latter part of last week and he remains in a precariouscondition friends hope that he will soon fully recover The Danville Advocate says Mr W IT Lillard has lost a car load of hay in the freight yards of the Cincinnati Southern road or some where else The car started out on its journey last January from Danville and was billed to the Southern Flour and Grain Company Atlanta During he lapse of a year it has not been heard of and the company has been able to locate it Railroad companies employ a corps of tracers delve about for vanished property this sort and a squad o these de tectives culled into leaded Way The Blue Grass Traction Co which building electric roads all over Kentucky is now fixing matters to begin construction from Lexington to Xicholasville The road will be in opperation within a few months There was a general kick from some of the merchants but we understand this has about died out If Lancaster could get the road extended from jSicholasville on here it would be a great thing for the town and people living In the county along the line It the purpose of the company to build extensively and we would not be if our town is given a chance at the road when they finish the now under way Oil In Garraril Danville Advocate Mr John G received a letter from W J Johnson of Garrard asking for terms for a lease on 100 acres owned by Mr Weisinger on Copper creek near the Garrard and Madison county lines The land was wanted as a territory Mr Weisiger promptly refused to grant the lease as he in ends developing the fields himself next summer The land was tested about years ago when two wells were drilled one of which by pumpinf produced about barrels of oil per day This well drilled to a depth of only about 200 feet with a horse power drilling There was no way of market ing the product however and the well was plugged up A Splendid Work While in Louisville last week the editor had the pleasure of a call on Col Bennett H Young The colonel one of the most prominent lawyers as well as one of the most popular cit izens in the Falls City He gave us a copy of a book he recently completed entitled The History of Jessamine County The work is in every detail and the people of Jessa mine should feel proud of it Colonel Young is a Jessamine county man nothing affords him more pleasure than to see her prosper He has done more for that county than any man within her borders and while it is probably not our place to comment yet his work has never been fully Appreciated by her With a man of Col Youngs nence and influence to pull for a com munitys interests she ought to make rapid strides and the people should certainly appreciate a man like him Although on the shady side of life Col Young is the picture of health and gets around with the agility of one of half his years He is a noble gentleman one whom all his many acquaintances delight to honor May he be spared many more Years of good and usefulness 1 d S rv fit refused byasimple soStanford forwarding distance his many Cur railroad nrp li bl surprised construction Weisin er prospective- oil was machine is genuine citizen prom i health w me Lust ot lie This central U t5vcnt fire twenty fi ye a i w Grocers Organizing Mr C J National Organizer of the Retail Grocers Asso ciation who was here recently to a local has his work in this State and has gone to A rkansas says the Richmond After that State has has organized he will go to Ala bama Before leaving Kentucky ho said Kentucky made the twenty eighth State that h d fallen in line and we hope to make the number with Arkansas and Alabama the national convention at January 27 to 29th 1U02 There are now about 75000 members of the national organization and when we get through with the United States and then make the scheme it will be the strongest in the world Suirerinir on Chute Marshal S D Turner tells us that there has been untold suffering among the negroes on the Chute during the cold spell Some of have had anything to eat and the suffer ing cold has been severe indeed There are possioly a few worthy cases that should be looked after but as a rule the Chute negro wont work when he has a chance and is not entitled to help Dont think for a moment TIlE RECOIID is discouraging the charity for heaven knows there is little enough of thatin the world but we do want to say that if the negroes and some white trash are given to that the people will not them longer they will go to work opportunity presents After a lingering illness Mr Thos Stevens died at his residence the Graded School property on Lexington street Thursday night Mr Stevens has been a resident of this county for many years and was well known About a year ago he was attacked by a complication of diseases and an affection of the throat which the doctors could never check He finally lost his eyesight and for has been totally blind He has as stated above suffered Intensly and his life was dispaired of frequently He leaves a widow and several children He had a policy for 1500 in the Equitable and one for 2000 in the Maccabee orden Services at the house by Revs Wolford and Robinson and the remains buried at the Lancaster Cemetery Friday afternoon Gortons Famous minstrels Gortons Minstrels are in the field this year with a large expensive and strictly firstclass minstrel attraction Mgr Pearls present company is of minstrel stars the their respective lines and their program is put together with the of presenting new novel refined and elegant minstrelsy strictly upto date We are assured that nothing objectionable or inferior is permitted and that every performer bears the stamp of superiority and refinement Time press notices accorded this by the best journals ale of the most praiseworthy na ture What they advertise they pro duceGarrard Opera House January 9 Good For Soldier Boys Adjt Gen Murray has notified the Kentucky soldiers of the three State Guard regiments which enlisted in the Spanish American War that they entitled to pay at the State Guard rate from the time they left home they were mustered into Federal service Officers of the regiments will have to out the claims promptly as they must be filed at the War Department by January 1 and must be in Adjt Gen Murrays tands by December 20 That the Kentucky soldiers are enti tIed tothis money was discovered by Capt C C Calhoun of Lexington who has been in Washington for ten days looking up Civil and SpanishAmerican War claims While there Capt Cal houn also had transferred to the ac count of the state 7000 which is due it for arms and equipments furnished at the outbreak of the Spanish War and another claim for the and supllies while to the camp of mobilization Six States are acting with Kentucky in the effort to collect old Civil War claims and on them The Kentucky claim is for 917000 A Parents Best Gift to a Son or Daughter Is a Scholarship for a Business Course Shorthand and Typewriting or Telegraphy at the famous and rc sponsible Commercial College of Ken tucky University Lieut Gov Till man of S C in an address says It is the cheapest and best Business College in America Nearly 2000 Bankers Merchants Officials etc located in Kentucky are its graduates Four living Governors of Kentucky recommend its course Its special Business Course for clerks teachers farmer boys and others cost about 65 including tuition books and board Students can begin at Write now for particulars by addressing its president Wilbur E Smith Lexington Ky a y organize associati n completed thirty before Milwaukee international them scarcely from practice- of understand hen Stevens sometime conducted composed brightest- in object organization certainly are make transportation en route interest Bookkeepers anytime Climax thoroughly The support adjoining were i1 Another Infant Iu led lAome It is distressing to think of the num her of babies that nave recently been called to the arms of He who said Suffer little children to come unto me and torbid them not In almost every issue for the past six we ks we have chronicled ofsomeones darling The spirit of sweet little May Thompson daughter of Mr and Mrs R L Jennings took its flight to better world last Friday night after suffering for ten days with disease which all human efforts failed to check She was only four weeks old and while having trouble customary with children yet her life was not dispaired jof until a few hours before the little spirit took its light The remains were interred in the Lancas ter Cemetery after appropriate scrip ture was read and prayer offered A R Moore The sympathy of the community goes out to the grief stricken ig parents and may an Alwise Power comfort them SPEAK WELL OF YOUR TOWN iSenutiry It Buy all You CUll and s 1 All You Can t Home Richmond CIlnmT It is not the size of the town but its character that make it a desirable place to live in live and town is a desirous one and a town may live and prosper yet be small citizen in town should be in its One of the ways to help your town is to speak well of it It is true to stand by your town ami self interests as well As a man who speaks ill of his family lowers both himself and his family in the of others and so does a man who cares little for his own town and seldom care for his rj The man who is respected by others respests himself and patriotism begins at home Another way to help your town is to do all you can to beautify it your own property all you can and then beautify the street Be friendly to everybody and courteous carried away and cherished forget that you part of the town and that your deportment helps to make up the strangers estimate of tile place Sell all you can and buy all you can If you have means invest it in that will give employment to somebody Always cheer on the man who goes in for improvement Do not by- Re prosperous interested prosperity patriotism estimation community his neighborsand helptoever area something thedeath Every Beautify kick on a proposed improvement sim ply because it is not at your door A town that is improving is also spread out If a rich man starts a project encourage him If a poor man starts help him Dont be afraid to thrust your hand down in your pocket to help a public enterprise More towns have been killed by such refusals than in any other way The citizens of any pros perous town are always public spirited and united Stand together Work together for the interest of time whole town Always stand ready to do your best Dont grumble and spend your time prophesying failure but help enterprise to success Every man owes something to the community for his success be it great or small Be energetic be enterprising and your example will be followed There will be a box supper at Woods View school house Saturday night the 28th Everybody invited Look Out Grown People Do you know taxes are past due We do not want to advertise and sell your stuff but if you do not pay your tax by January 1st 1902 you will find your name on a piece of paper and op posite that name the amount of your tax unpaid levied on some piece of property of yours with from 150 to 200 charges This does not mean just a few selects it means everybody that owe taxes white and black rich and poor If you havent the money you had better sell a pig calf orsome thing else than to be advertised and soldDont think this a bluff The first time you see an advertisement after January 1st if you have not paid your tax you will find your name among the list J B Sanders S G C t Wm Ward D S AVINTJSK TOURIST BATES Queen A Crescent Route Winter tourist rates are now in to all points South Through sleeping car service to Florida and New Orleans Fast schedules Low rates to Charleston South Carolina Exposition Greatest display ever seen in the South is promised at the Charleston Exposition this winter Ticket agents will gladly furnish in formation as to rates and schedules when called upon W C Rinearson G r A W J Murphy General Manager Poverty frequently brings a change of landlords 40 I I every effect I M M m M M M H M M HI USEFUL CHRISTMAS Meiis Pocket Knives Over 100 l 4 money refunded Shot Guns 22 Rifles and Air Rifles Skates boys all steel Iwagons Boys Mens Saddles Buggy Robes Nice line Oil Heating and coal Vaces See our aoth Century Reading Lamp tJ CHAFING DISHES f SERVING DISHES NICKEL COFFEE POTS We have 75 patterns in nickel T and Silver tableware 4 I JRHaseidenl A TEN DAYS OFFER ONLY tEvery purchase or over will f give one package of Poultry Food J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors f PRESENTS Razors Sissors Boys and ttpatterns fully warranted or t tt oft t 100 t tt H i it tt i tt tt it I II t t t t r Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture a nl uar R L Davidson Attorney At Lav Life insurance policies bought for loaned on for sums of 500 upward IH f s Cashor 1 Y 4 i Q Another year with its sunlight and shadows its withered leaves and fragrant flowers is fast drawing to a close Joyous times happy hearts and cheerful homes made bright by the glorious anticipations of expected pleas ures Eyes flashing with delight at the thoughts of coming days Kind hearts loving remembrances anti tender recol lections of Home Sweet Home it is Christmas time Our Haberdashery department is overflowing with articles suitable for Christmas gifts for men the kind of gifts men want and appreciate Such as Collars Cuffs Gloves Suspenders Hats Shirts Night Robes Mufflers Full Dress Protectors Handkerchiefs Hosiery Underwear Umbrellas In addition the above named articles OUR FURNISHING DEPARTMENT is fairly abloom with bright handsome ChristmasNeckwear the prettiest creations that the combined efforts of the weaver and Silk worm ever produced Every shape too that fashion allows There is scarcely a man young or old who will not receive a Christmas Tie from his wife sister or best girl and we believe that if every lady who buys a Christmas Tie would look here first that we would sell every Christmas Tie sold in Lancaster A new line of Ladies and Gents Fine Footwear just received We are making some Special Low Prices on Suits and Overcoats A look from you is all we ask H T Logan The One Price Cloth ier and Furnisher O O S O O O r l000000000 0 0o 0p OiJ O 0o o 0 00 It jllI r j f W t Y 01 00 r 0 J o 0 O o O f o 4o r2 2 2 2 o st o 0 o 2 2 2 p o o 0 i0 i 2 c S 0 r i l F r L tli 11ji Lu i i OOOa 0 i 0 0 0 i r 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 o 0 0 0 O O 0 1 0 0 0 0 O0 o 0 0p 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 O0 0 o 0 s o o 0 0 x 0000000000 O 00 4 MMM1 It requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS t t t t it V t I dt jf It i t ttttttfi i A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store McRoberts Drug StoreI CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky Dec A FRANKFORT correspondent writ ing to the Cincinnati Enquirer last week figured the Senatorial race as follows For McCrcary 25 Cantrill 19 Wheeler 17 Smith lu uncertain but wholly for McCrcary 11 but probably against McCreary 12 doubtful 1 Giving McCreary the 11 uncertainmembers he would have but 36 votes or 14 less than a sufficient number to nominate and from this the correspondent figured out that first ballot would findeach of the four candidates strong enough to en courage his friends in settling down to a long fight The Richmond Climax says the writer was either much in his judgment or else he knew very little of what he was writing about The article was so much crit icised that to do justice to all parties and get a fair average statement of the case the Enquirer sent to every correspondent in the State for an with the most prominent Democrat in his county in regard to the Senatorial race The result was published Saturday 79 of the having reported Of the Legislature and Senators seen 32 were pledged to McCreary 13 to Wheeler 9 to Cantrill 4 to Smith and 1 to Allen Four named McCreary as a 2nd choice and 1 Wheeler and 2 Cantrill Of the commital members are personally for McCreary PROBABLY there is no sane mortal in the world who does not desire to be something says an exchange that to be so it is clear that the choice of some is not wise There are those who are mere stumbling blocks and hinderers to others They never do anything themselves but are in somebodys way either or by choice They never help a good cause along but are finding fault with others who are doing their best to better things Their only value lies in their being negative be taken into ac count to determine the net balance in favor of humanity That is being something sure enough but if their intellectual vision were right they could hardly be content to bear that character It will hardly do any good to tell them to try to be something else They will continue to follow the dictates of their own perverse nature and thus fulfill their mission f being donothings and marplots AT the recent meeting of the execu the committee of the Kentucky Press Association committees were to look after several matters of vast importance to every publisher in the state There are several laws that need overhauling some cranky postal rules that should be remodeled and a law to punish scoundrels who take a paper and never pay for It should be enacted These matters will all be looked after In less than six months a law will be upon the statute books whereby a man can be placed in jail for six months for fail ure to pay for his paper This fact is mentioned so those owing for TIlE REOCBD can be saved from the jail sentence We might add here that under the proposed law the governor appoints three commissioners to visit the various offices exam Inc the lists obtain the names of and make arrests Beware beware So FEW people seem to appreciate the value of a friend and of friendship that it would seem that friendship were decaying Women pretend to have friends and yet when apart from them will say the unkindest thing of the very one whom they profess most to admire Men seldom pretend dose friendships and when business is on seem to have no friends remarks the Winchester Democrat But there are now and then cases of real friendship mutual regard mutual care of wel fare mutual helpfulness If you have i 24th 190 I uncertain biased interview correspondents 5 Assuming everlastingly inadvertently constantly factorsto appointed newspaper delinquents the I a friend cherish him with all the strength of your nature His kind ness is worth more than all the of society and of business One true friend is worth more than all the world when trials come and sorrows sit at the door Learn to value a friend and if you have never grieve him by your distrust or make him lament your neglect THERES never a proposition for an improvement or advancement of any kind that a few old fogies and moss backs dont object and tnrow cold wa ter The proposition for a donatuih by the Legislature toward a suitable exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Ex position has we regret to say been sneezed at by certain powers that be Any man with a thimbleful of sense knows that Kentuckys resources will never be brought before those able to develop unless the state is advertised porperly Its the same as with a mer chant he can never sell his stuff he lets purchasers know what he has We believe the Legislature is composed of enough hustlers to make the hayseed element go way back and flop into their seats IF you eau not give your Christmas present as a token of love for pitys sake dont give any thing You fre quently hear some one say Well I HAVE t send soandso a present You dont have to do any such thing Hypociisy is wrong and you never have to do wrong THE good book says it is better to give than to receive but that passage does not refer to county MAY every subscriber to THE have a merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year PAINT LICK Hurrah for the Holidays Presents for all R L Jennings Co Eggs are worth twentythree cents per dozenin our market The ice houses here have been filled with ice six or eight inches thick Candies Candies Candies Big Stock 7ic up R L Jennings Co Mr Robert Arbher has charge of the barbershop while G W Swinford is laid up with a broken shoulder New stock of Sterling mounted books Belt Buckles Broachesstick Pins Cull Buttons Watch Fobs etc etc R L Jennings Co A good school here would be quite an addition to our Why the ball rolling and lets have a large school Henry Moore shipped a car load of corn to Silver Creek for which he paid three dollars per barrel delivered on the cars The deepest sympathy of this is extended to Mr and Mrs R L Jennings on the death of their lit tHe baby which passed away on the 19th inst Notwithstanding the bitter cold weather the work on the bridge is progressing nicely Mr W B Childers the superintendent understands his business and he he is doing a good job Last Saturday evening Stone attempted to cross the railroad in front of the train his horge got scared reared up and fell threw Stone off backwards but fortunately he was made a very narrow escape Mrs Ed England and children of Barbourville will spend the holidays with her parents here Mr and Mrs Jack Adams Miss Williams entertained the young folks Friday night We extend to Capt White our sym party on the loss of his pet cat Pete Of course the loss Of Pete to Capt White can never be replaced but if he will accept we will send him a dozen more cats and pay the express on them It is reported that there are several cases of small pox at Kirksville A Liberal Offer The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one R E McRoberts druggist 1m pretense associations one unless newspapermen RECORD pocket town not start community Norman not hurt but Christmas Rebec- ca reliable C WE ARE SOW LOCATED i i Our New Store Room SUPPPLIED WITH Everything in The Millinery Line iSome pretty hats nice and on display at low prices b Sallie D Tillett 8 I m fJ ribbons m novelties c iso J ill I Business Bargains M 4 M M 4M MUM f candies at Zimraers A nice line of glassware at T Curreyd We have excellent celery T Currey Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons We will save you money on goods Frlsbies Drug Store Fresh hominy grits and H Flakes at T Currey Frisbies prices are lower on Holiday goods than any place in town What is nicer than a pretty rug Toys dolls and fancy goods for cash Joe 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 Joseph I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries eggs T Currey Eggs are high buy jlntcrnationaL Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy your 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 Frisbies is the place to buy your Holiday goods He will convince you of it if you will give him a call We are making a special drive on bed comforts and can give you bargains Come see J Joseph We have the largest assortment to select from and the lowest prices on Holiday goods Frisbies Drug Store We have ladies and childrens in great varieties andfat that will meet your approvalJ The homemade candy is the finest on the market buy this and be sure you are getting candy that is not adulterated We have many new things be found elsewhere and our prices are the best We will save you money Frisbies Drug Store Large and beautiful line of vases m Royal Saxe Royal Bon Tepolitze etc We a specialty of these goods Thompson the Jeweler Cut prices Table Linen Napkins and Burnett Co Our stock of hosiery and ladies shoes can not be equaled in this section We moan what we say when we tell this J Joseph Full stock of Oimolu Gold clocks candelabra frames vases etc Thompson the Jeweler Come and see my Xmas goods I sell for cash only and very cheap t Joe Faulconer Threeyearold stripper cow gallons daily dec5lm Hyattsville Ky and Dress Shirts Burnett Co I Dont buy trashy candy for the chit deer but go to Zimmers and get that which is absolutely pure may save a doctors bill by doing right tf The best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster eyery second Monday tf We move prices on Co Farmer 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 For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stofmes tf Fresh nuts of all kinds 15c Ib Lancaster Grocery Co Full stock of musical instruments and strings Thompson the New Garrard after 1st 1902 Burnett Co New Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a fine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock dec19tf Every article in our store at reduced prices this week to close out our fancy goods before Xmas as we dont wish to carry any goods over Cash Come us Thompson the iTeweier n f t t t t t r t t f t t t f t t and Elegant tf Christmas have them in all styles J JoSe h cheap Faulcone for Tour i J underwear prices extraordinary at Zimmers wh dot that cannot hake on Rugs January 1st you goods For Sale two Bettie Pigg Handsome TieS tiers Gloves y Prices January 2 Reduced everytl n urnett Stqrer9rsin January andsee C We sepli Try tls tt itil i this st19 C per Jet lei S walks + Ladies and Gentlemen gold watches and chains in great varieties make nice Xmas presents at Thompsons We have some excellent specimens of Fruit Cake on hand which wHI be sold at low prices at Zimmer Beautiful line of Ladies Brooches and stick pins for Xmas Thompson the Jeweler At T Curreys grocery get fresh raisins citrons currents figs and all the ingredients for your black cake Now is the time to get them DOranges the nicest m the market at 20 cents per dozen Lancaster Grocery Co Indian Baskets frames and mats made from White Birch and Sweet Grass to 225 Thompsons Store ICooiu For Kent Now occupied as a barber shop Po session given Jan 1st Apply to J M Logan tf Beautiful line of Ladies gold watches 30 diferent patterns Thompson the Jeweler Silver knives and forks at speck low prices for the next ten days Thompson the Jeweler R u going to get married If so Uwanta Ring and Iwanta sell it to you Thompson Candies for all at from 8c to 30c per pound Special prices to Sunday Schools 20 lbs and over Lancaster Grocery Co A very desirable house and lot on Danville street formerly owned by J W Elmore Address J N Robinson or J E Robinson Lancaster tf Closing out Our stock of miscriancous books at cost J C Thompson China in exquisite patterns from tin leading French German and English patterns the Jeweler Especial attention is called to elegant assortment of tine fresh fruits We have all kinds at very reasonable prices See our before purchasing elsewhere Zimmer tf Sterling silver novelties the Thorn oson theJeweler Office rooms for rent for the year 1902 in Thompson block Apply to J C Thompson We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son Mr Landram please tell the people that Santa Claus things come and are open at our store Thompson the Jeweler Special prices on all Xmas goods from this date to Dec 24th These goods must move this week Lancaster Grocery Co Notice Coal Consumers 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 mill J T Williams Leave jan20 Joe Faulconer has opened a book and fancy goods store in the room lately occupied by Miss Tillett and will sell his Xmas goods cheap for cash We have a large and handsome stock of fancy China consisting of odd plates salad bowls cups and saucers cracker jars etc Quick sales and small profits on this line is motto Come early and get pick Lancaster Grocery Co Meet lit Trains If you want to catch the night trains or day ones either call Alex Millers bus and he will have you there on time A small fee is You wont get left if you send lum a call Leave orders at Garrard Mote For Good All those wanting foundation work builtshould call 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 11283m Always At Same Place The people know that for a good shave or stylish haircut the place is to Henry Duncan in New Gar rard Hotel on Richmond street We never move but can always be found at the same stand ready to give our customers the very best of everything in our line For firstclass work try us Henry Duncan tf A medical student says mortifica tion ensues when a young man pops the question and the girl says no A Good Cough Medicine From tjie Gazette Toowoomba Australia 1 find Chamberlains Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine Ihave been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure in 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 is sold by RE McRoberts im g 1 I Christmas 5c Sale Thompson link inall new patterns Feed charged ork to- go recommending For 01 C have Prani k thin Work I druggist i 1 Saved Ills I wish to say that I feel I owe my life Dyspepsia Cure writes H C Chrestenson of Ilaytild Minn For three years I was troubled with 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 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 am cured and recommend it to all Digests your food Cures all stomach troubles lm Amateur theatricals are the wine of the stage Tho Pride of II eroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Buckler Arnica Salve is the best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at R E McRoberts drug store Lan caster Fish Co drug store Paint Lick lm A woman can be a gossip and a wo man but when a man is one he is a slimy thing that crawls Or Benefit to You D S Mitchell Fulford Md Dur ing 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 Beware of counterfeits Frisbie lm Bowing to circumstances is apt to be forced politeness A Attack 5My wife was so ill that good were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles 25crcaster Fish Cos drug store Paint An old bachelor is a man who is too late for the fair COTTGIIS AD COLDS IN CIULDKEN Recommeiiilation or u Well Known Chicago Physician- 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 atllictions It is nonnarcotic and safe in the hands of the most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mrs Mary R Melendy M D ph D Chicago Ill This remedy is for sale by R E McRoberts druggist lm It isnt always easy to tell how much you dont love one woman till you meet another that yo do love 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 Frisbee A man can earn money faster woman can but she can spend itfas ter than he can earn it A J Snell wanted to attend a party but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach which he feared would grow worse He says I was telling my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for the party I 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 a resident of N Y This remedy is for sale by R E MoRoberts druggist Notice to time Public We the undersigned have rented of H C Potts his Modern Roller Mill situated near Buckeye Ky which we will run to its full capacity We will turn out Flour Meal Graham Ship quality not to be equalled in Central Kentucky In the near future we will put on the market a special brand of patent flour which with our other wellknown brands will be regularly advertised in the columns of the Central Record Our agent will make a weekly or bi weekly visit to all the merchants in Lancaster and vicinity Give your with the assurance that will be tilled with dispatch and with goods of the best quality The price will be paid for wheat corn etc See our agent or write us before disposing of your products Special attention will be given to ourcustom give 35 lbs straight flour and 10 lbs bran for each bushel of 60 Ib best wheat Corn ground for 16 toll Give trial and be convinced Yours Respectfully POTTS BROS dee19 Successors to H C Potts M B Turkeys toms 150 hens 100 taken immediately A few B P Rock cockerels 50cts Mrs G T Higginbotham 1253t Ky 3 to KQdol Icould Now- I 41 unfer- mented It 4 F P Foils physicians Lick ltn 1 L than- a Cholera instating Summer Hill stuffthe excelled- or they highest workwill usa For Sale f O Life Deadly f r orders c Y v i i j Lancaster Barbie Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from 38 upward Call at works near the depot S The Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KY t R Goldstein ICElicGUI r At Mason Hotel Lancaster Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only t Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted OlTIce hours 9 a m to 5 p Ill MOST YOUNG MENS- ee visions and dream dreams of future compe tency and dependant old age But too many of thhem go right along throwing away good mon ey which if put into life insurance would insure what theyre dreaming aboutYoung man investigate the Three Per Cent Gold Endowment Bond issued by the The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky Incontestable from date of issue It creates an im mediate estate An of guaranteed results and you dont have to die to get it Save at least a part of your earn ings and thus be of a Known and DefiniteValue R L DAVIDSON District Lancaster Ky j C BECK Jr Special Agt State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky Agt 4V 1 investment 13L Keep Out Wet Interlined with oiled fabric A handsome snappy shoe at a low price Come in and try it A good investment for loll wen Yard Sviiinson oiL l watertight TheThat and nothing less than that applies in des nit u overcoat service The New Yoke as builttorneasure for our customers by The Royal 7 of Chicago represents the outside limit in strict ger dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a fabrics tested linings selected the best tailoring that American tailors kmw Comeand see our new this plate The HARVARD The YALE Tic UTT Style is hammered into them T P you get is made for j i Aid y of the merchant tai r too GKrtf AJtoniobile tSte EX London Top Co xt every ifiii c f dress for men boys Pcsy rf bcit r stock is for Suits of our popular price 1850 and 20 To be sure of getting a suit for Christmas palace your order once J C HEM PHIL I S luper UJ r ring t Jr t tt yl Rag hionnbe t t 15 Y r fir r very 1 Perfect trImnli bae A month Sr ht Rayat s and red cre t Our still unbroken r tat tP The Clothing is Going Fast Dont be too late Be sure to go to R JENNINGS CO PAINT LICK KY For Your Clothing LY T T T T MM MMMM c t t t t t t t t to t tt t t t t t t t t t 9 I I I L I iiiT1 I ii 444 4+ + + + + + + 44M4M4MM4MUMMMMI I About The People f E M Walker and family have plot ed to Rowlanil Miss Alberta Hilton of Brodbeadis here for a few days Mr Jim Crutcher of Richmond was a visitor here Sunday Messrs Charles and Fred Frisbie were hi Danville the past week Robert Elkin of Lexington Univer sity is at home for the holidays Mr and Mrs Tom Adams have gone to Florida to spend several months Miss Nora Philips will spend Christ mas with Mrs Dickerman of Bryant ville Miss Katie Denton of Paint Lick has been visiting her sister Mrs Lear Mrs Arther Hubbard of Covington is expected to be the guest of Mrs J E Stormes Miss Jessie Doty is clerking for the Lancaster Grocery Co store during the holidays Miss Xaunie Doty left Friday for a two weeks visit to friends in Ky Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold have gone to Lexington where they will reside in the future Q W A Berkele who has been coriTin ed to his room oy a severe cold has about recovered Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson left to day for a visit to Mr and Mrs Kenne dy of Lexington Mrs Bettie Newland and little girl Ella Bell will spend Xmas with her mother at Lowell Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick has been visiting Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside Mr Andy of Paint Lick has been the guest of his brother M r D M Lackey for a few oats Miss Stanley Reese of Winchester is expected for a few days visit to Miss Christine Bradley Misses Earl Phenault and Bartenia McChord of Richmond are visiting Miss Florence Burnside Messrs Waller Hudson and Lewis Herndon of Central University are at home for the holidays Mrs T M Browning and children of Lexington are with her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mrs Mary Harris and Miss Nellie Anderson will spend the holidays with their mother on Danville Mrs McClelland Johnston and chil dren after a pleasant visit to jSJcho lasville have returned home Mrs Mary Harris and Misspell An derson of Indianapolis are guests of their mother Mrs Susan Anderson Mr Sam M Anderson of Gallatin Tenn is here to see his father Mr John Anderson who continues very ill Quite a number of the young of the town stormed Miss Mae Jarvis one evening last week and report a good time EJMesdames L F Hubble and Mattie ONeal have returned from a delight ful stay with friends and relatives in Verona Ky Misses Bertha and Mary Burnside a will entertain during the holidays in honor of their guest Miss Thompson of Frankfort Mr Jesse Sweeney has been in for a few days with his sister i Miss Olivia whose many friends are glad to know of her speedy recovery v Misses Florence Harris Annie A us I tin Katie Simpson Messrs Dave and Will Walker and Eph Brown will at tend a house party given by Miss Liz zie Beazley of Crab Orchard Mr L Branan Beazley attended the wedding of his cousin Mr Alexander Gunn Hayden which occurred in He also was present at the given by Mr and Mrs W B Hayden of Lexington y Young came In from Dallas Texas to spend the holidays with his garand parents Capt and Mrs F J White He is in school at Dallas and will return in about ten days His mother will not return to Kentucky until June The following invitation has been issued Messrs Tribble and Simpson request the of your company on New Years Eve at Mason Hotel En MasqueFrom eight until twelve Lexington Leader Miss Olivia Josephs Hospital dangerous operation last week and friends have been very anxious about her but are encouraged to know that She Is now getting along nicely and I a t t It t It t H Victor La- Grange Ave Lex- Ington Ill Indiana reception Mr C W 6 Sweeney of Lancaster Ky is at St She underwent t I 4 i I II- F Lackey s 1 j r t f 1 peo- plE 4 t i p r f c S W in expects soon entirely restored to health and strength Mrs W J Partin we are glad to say is still improving Paul Miller is at home from for the holidays E C Walton represented the yesterday Frank Pumphrey of the Somerset Journal is here to spend Xmas Mr W B has gone to Ga with a car load of mules Miss Bessie Patton and sister spent Friday with Misses Martha and Sallie Tillett Miss Lizzie Hudson is at home again from a delightful visit to Danville relatives Miss Amanda Anderson closed a school at Bryantsville last Thursday Capt Dick Delph and family o f Louisville attended the funeral o f Thos Stevens last week Mrs Miller and son Charlesof are guests of Mrs Susan Danville avenue Miss Jennie Wallace of Paint Lick has been the guest aunt Mrs J Robinson Danville G T McRoberts has returned to Brodhead after a two weeks visit to his daughter Mrs Belle Henderson Mr and Mrs J R Hill have moved into their hadsome residence in Allen addition in Danville on the Shale town pike Mr and Mrs Luther Gibbs have been visiting relatives in Lexington and attended the reception of Air and Mrs H Hayden in compliment to Mr and Mrs Alexander Hayden of Waco Texas Stanford Totten of Lancaster is with his son J L Totten Senator George T Farris of was here Wednesday feeling good over his prospects for being the next speaker of the Senate The young gentlemen have decided to give a Saxton dance Wednesday night They thought of going to Crab Orchard Springs but the weather upset this plan The question of getting a room enough here at home was next dis cussed and finally hit upon the plan of clearing the stage at the opera house waxing the floor and dan sing there This stage is as large as the average store room s built on the very strongest supports and when the scenery is removed makes an ideal place The floor of course is new the entire building heated by furnaces lighted by electricity with dressing rooms and everything right at hand The spectators can use the seats in the auditorium The doorkeeper be stationed at the storm doors on the street and absolutely no one save those holding tickets will be Supper will be served at the New Garrard It sounds a little funny to say the dance will be given on the stage but it is much larger than the Masonic lodge room or any dining room in town At any rate the boys say they have struck it right and as they pay the fiddler its nobodys bu siness THE RECORD is asked to that admission ticket you hud better not try to get as they have to pay a pretty steep price on the entertainment and to say who shall come If not given an admission ticket its pretty good sign that you are not wanted It looks like this hint ought to suffice WALLAIVETOV John Ballinger and Miss Lucy Wells were married the 13th The mercury stood at six degrees below zero here last Sunday the tumble of 75 degrees in less than 36 hours Billy Bowlin lost a very valuable mare a few days ago from an internal injury received while running and playing During the winter Rev will preach at 11 oclock Saturday his regular preaching day on each second Sunday instead of on Sunday night E W Baker has just received as a present from RG Mitchell a pair of leggings that Dick brought home with him from the Philippines Uncle Dave McCollum has rented his farm near here to a Mr Ponder from Clay county and has moved to Berea to live Uncle Dave and fami ly will be missed here but we heartily recommend them to the good people of BereaBilly and Ben Goens who went to Illinois several weeks ago to hunt better place have returned home in time to eat Christmas turkey just as we predicted when they left Miss Rebecca Bowlin who was taken to the hospital at Berea several weeks ago to undergo a surgical operation and a course ot special treatment has e 1 j n 1 Lexington Stanford Burton Atlanta successful Lexington Anderson a venue G unn JournalJudge Lancaster inclement some one admitted advise if you havnt an propose ou I 15tha before a toe Journal here other lark y- are moral Sturg ell of P been brought back to her fathers but is still in a rather serious condition On the 11th inst the farm and all the appurtenances of of James R So per and wife deceased were sold and home where we have enjoyed untold hours of their heartiest hospitalities is at last broken up Mr B R of Berea bought the farm for 6051 Several days ago the house of John Mitchell was discovered to be on fire having caught in the roof from the flue Assistance soon came and a fierce battle with the flames was soon being waged but just before it was apparent that their ammunition was running short and would be complete ly exhausted before the enemy was subdued To think of gulag off to the creels for more water was out of the question for although the flames was almost extinguished it would gain great headway before they could possibly return and while the ret were almost ready to give up in Prof Ben Evans who has been almost too late but yet time came to their rescue with a large jar of butter mills which com pleted the job and won for him all the honor of the victory Quite a number from our town are attending school at Berea this term In 1877 Esq J A Baker started his two oldest boys to school there and for 20 years his children there all the time Finally in 1897 his youngest one graduated and there was a halt until the 12th inst when the of Walker Baker and the oldest grand son of J A Baker entered school there on his 15th birth day thus making a start which it is to be hoped is only the beginning of anoth other 20 years pursuit of education for this family Among the other new students from here are James Ponder Etta and Roy Rutherford and Calvin and Ed Hewlitt There are now 1000 students there fomtwcn tylive different States and our town is beginning to fully realize that rare opportunity only four miles away are offered our children and such as we cannot allots to disregard if we expect them to take heir part in the busy and useful activities of this progress ive age Two fat hogs for sale Cyrus Eason Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone An uptodate piano Original cost 350 The instrument has not been abused and it will bargain Apply to Mrs M D Hughes tf Alex Miller has a handsome Glass Front carriage to meet all trains Call the hotel or No 122 and the will your door Charges exceedingly small tf Card of Thanks I take this method to tender my sincere thanks to neighbors friends and relatives for assistance and words consolation during the long order through which I have just passed which resulted in the death of my husband Mrs Thomas M Stevens C K TIcciiii The Christian Endeavor society will give a pound party at the residence of Mrs llobt Thursday Deo 20th No one expected but Christian Endeavor members member is expected to bring a pound of thing good to eat Miss Lizzie Brown Chmn of Social Comtee Alex Miller has purchased a doses carriage which will meet all trains day and night His number is 122 and if you will call him up the carriage will call for you and take you to the train in time His charge is very smalland the service firstclass A call left at the Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled to much praise for his enterprise tf Announcement to ITIacculices An important meeting of Lancaster Lodge No 15 K O T M will at the Lodge Hall on Friday evening Dec 1901 at 7 oclock in Election of officers initiation of candidates and other important business transacted All members are required to be present and I hereby arn stly request that you do so Lewis L Walker Commander LOW RATES Special Uoiind rIll Rates oil C fc O Kmrajr Commencing January 1st 1902 tickets will be sold between all stations of the C 0 Railway except between Charlottsville and Washing and between Lexington and Lou and intermediate stations at a reduction from the local rates On and after that date passengers paying fare on the trains will be charged receiving a receipt from the Conductor which amount lOc will be refunded on presentation of such receipt to any ticket office George WBarney Div PassAgt Resolution The following resolutions were adopt ed by the Maccabees ot tneir meeting on Friday Dec 20th Whereas our brother and sir knight Thomas Stevens has departed this life and whereas our lodge has lost a faithful and efficient member Be it resolved that we deeply mourn the loss our order has sustained in the death of our brother Stephens and we hereby extend our sympathies to his assure them that the Mac cabees always the friends of the widow and the orphans Be it further resolved that these resolutions be spread upon the records1 t t 1 theclose entirely despair often just- in had someof LeW- is SOli almost i For Sale be sold ata carriage beloved Embry on each handsome telephone plenty beheld 27th round- trip on will lOc extra familyand Robinson beat sum are e j TJ of the lodge and a to the family of ourdeparted brother and that they be published in rUE CEN copy sent RECOHDtAL J Joseph M D Hughes Lewis L Walker BCorn te Is is R T g and Jewels Jewels candy flowers 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 Boschees German Syrup It will promptly arrest consumption in its early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system It not a cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all troubles You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special 6m By adding another syllable toshort it becomes shorter IlrniiiFitod ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food 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 overt other part Yet how ever good your food may be its nutri meat is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia You must prepare for their appearance or prevent their coming by taking regular doses of Greens gust Flower the favorite medicine of the healthy millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy action purities 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 6m Complimentsare but even people inwardly enjoy them Cut this out and take it to R Efl McRoberts drug store and get a free 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 E McRoberts druggist 1m Heat generates motion Ifyou believe it pick up a poker Saved at Graves mink I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S II New som of jJecatur 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 I can eat heartily and have gained 35 pounds For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters are a positive guar Only 50c at R E McRob ertsdrugstore Lancaster Fish Cos drug store Paint Lick 1m The prompt payment of debts is the one virtue lacking in malty a mans makeup A trillion Voices Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of Wet Point Ia whyvA severe cold hud 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 1 now weigh 227 Ibs Its positively guar anteed for Coughs Colds and troubles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Some peoples idea of economy is to deprive themselves of things they dont want An Evangelists Story 1 suffered for years with a or lung trouble and tries various remedies but did not obtain perma nent relief until I commenced using One Minute Cough Cure writes Rey James Kirkman evangelist of Belle River 1 have no hesitation in recommending it toall 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 1m N6WS The House Judiciary Committee a voluminous antianarchy measure David B Edmiston a former of Crab Orchard has been by Collector Craft to be his chief deputy It is statedthat the American Trust has some great plants in Germany and is preparing to invade Jean Couch a negro was convicted in Webster county of conspiracy to kill negro nonunion to two years in the peniten tiny Through his counsel Admiral with the of the Navy a bill of exceptions to the majority of the Court of The Court of Appeals decided in a case appealed from Louisville that telegraph companies must carry tele grams to the poolrobms holding that common carriers cannot be censors of public or private morals j omen manthat power bronchial Almanac Son ense authorities A u silly sensible red hot auteed cure List n Lungs Lancaster bronchial Ill F P FrislJie i L reported Democrat selected Tobacco nd sentenced findings J R Another dot c40000044o00oooooac04004900444 GENERRIa sooo rooooo0000000ooooroaooooo t 00o ley Ll a Of to C11KISTMAS BIMVEltS Proprietor T B Long is making preparations for his Christ mas dinners at the New Garrard Hotel They will be served at the time below and only 50cts a will be charged Here is another portunity to enjoy a meal you can equal our ide the large cities 12 OCLOCK NOON TO 2 PM Blue Points Oyster Soup Queen Olives Celery Roast Turkey Grauby Sauce Mallard Duck Onion Dressing Quail on Toast Deviled Tongue Creamed Salmon Macorbni Braked with Cheese Chicken Salad VEGETABLES Browned Creamed Potatoes French Peas Escalloped Mayouoised Dressed Creamed Slaw RELISHES Durkees Salad Dressing Cheese Worcestershire Sauce Pickles Tomato Catsup Sliced Onions PASTRY Cocoauut Pie Mince Pie Caramel Ice Cream PuddingFruit Cake Fruit Mixed Nuts Tea Coffee Milk Coco Chocolate MENU 500 TO 730 p 31 Chicken Soup Queen CeleryBroiledBilked English Hare Roast Turkey Celery Dressing Cranby Sauce Boiled Ox Tongue with Horse Raddish Salmon with Lemon and Parsley Garnish English Rice Pudding Chicken Salad VEGETABLES Boston Irish Potatoes French Dressed Sweet Potatoes Sugar Corn Boston Baked Beans RELISIE3i- Durkees Salad Dressing Cheese Worcestershire Sauce Pickles Tomato Catsup Sliced Onions French Rolls Corn MuHins Light Bread English Plum Pudding Caromel Ice Cream Fruitcake Cocoanut Cake Fruit Mixed Nuts Tea Coffee Milk Chocolate Coco QUEER PETS ON SHIPBOARD Gusty That Were a Source of Much 3Ierriuiciit to the Sailors Frank T Bullen in his interesting book A Sack of Shakings tells of litter of pigs that were born at sea and proved a source amusement to the sailors who in the dog watches would sit for hours enjoying the funny antiesof the band Generally the fat and lazy par ents passed the time of these even ing gambols in poking about among the men begging for stray midship mens nuts broken biscuit or asking In wellunderstood pig talk to be scratched behind their ears or along their bristly spines but occasional ly as if unable to restrain themselves any longer they would suddenly join their gyrating family their gambols among the frisky young sters causing roars of laughter Usu ally they wound up the revels by a grand galop fnriciix aft the whole troop squealing and grunting and returning accompanied by the two dogs in a hideous uproar of barks growls and squeals Whets two goats were introduced as pets on another vessel on which Mr Bullen sailed it was suddenly that the ropeends needed attention some of them being always found with disreputable tas hanging to them When the mates realized that the apparently preferred a bit of rope before anything else their wrath was too great for words and they meditated a terrible revenge Another peculiarity of these strange eyed animals was that they liked and would eat a great deal of it especially in the form of usedup quids This peculiar taste in feeding had unexpected results As before said the raison detre of the goats was milk and after sundry ineffect nal struggles the steward managed extract a cupful from the pair It was placed upon the cabin table with an air of triumph and the eyes of tlc captains wife positively beamed when she saw it Solemnly it was handed round and poured into the coffee as if it had been a libation to a tutelary deity but somebody soon raised a that the coffee was not up to concert pitch by a considerable A process of exhaustive rea soning ltd to the milk being tasted bj the captain who immediately spat it out with much violence ejaculat Why the stuffs pwush ioned The steward all pale and looked on dumbly until in an swer to the old mans furious ques tions he falteringly denied all of felonious addition to the milk Tine storm that was raised by the affair was a serious one and for awhile things looked really awk ward for the steward Fortunately the mate had the common sense to suggest that the malignant goat should be tapped once more and the immediate result tasted This was done and the poor steward triumph vindicated Then it was unani mously admitted that tarry hemp painted canvas and plug tobacco were not calculated to produce milk of a flavor that would be fancied by people Her Predicament Mainie T think Mr Crusteigh is just too mean for anything I know he did I jilted him for Har he wont let memarryHarold Balti more American s j extensive indicated seldom MENU ENTREES ENTREES Baked BREADS PASTRY Pig merry elephantine fortissimo discovered continual unworthy complaint in knowledge any antI ordinary married mnm ma old then hf married mamma and now r Zi 1 me o Oyster Tomato s and ats tarry tobacco majority I g agitated FannyeBut he your alp a to 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 shunting Boys watches of all kinds Gents watches 7 filled and fine solid gold Brooches set with diamonds pearls and other precious stones Ladies set rings from 1 100 and up 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 mond brilliancy Fine art china and art vases of every description A large line of plated 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 dow willburn contest will be decided by the December We will give the following presents to the one guessing nearest second nearest etc First Diamond Ring o oo Second Ladys or Gents Gold Watch 25 oo Third Cut Glass Bowl finest cutting 15 Oo Fourth Seth Thomas Parlor Clock IO 00 Fifth Solid Gold Cuff Buttons 5 oo Sixth Six 50SeventhI 5O To the one guessing the exact number of days hours and min utes the candle burns we will 10 additional MURRAY McADAMS LEADING JEWELERS Danville Ky I The For I TORNADOES 3 I Has Arrived Is Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and many lives 3 VIOLENT WINDS iS Have your property insured against 3E loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little 3 R KINNAIRD MURRAY McADAMS gold GENTS andsterling 25thof rir11flf1rrrf11frlr11ir1ry7fiirJ1 Time lost by l AI Al Ai AliAi JI AliAli lAl Ai AiiAlii AlLAliAiiAliAliAli t 5 JL i tr than winY tv- e sowIJII 111 Queen Crescent Time Card PASSES DANVILLE NORTH soma Number 10 Dally except Sunday 609 nm Number 6 Daily 133 pm Number 4 Daily Does Not top 35G uinNumber stops when 414 pmNumber4 losent stop at Danville but does stop at Junction City at 451 am SOUTH BOUND amNumberNumber 9 Wally except Sunday 755 pm Number Stilfdnit On 1125 i m Cr I UT wvl CHESAPEAKE OHIO RailwayT- ime in efct Julyl519W EASTS DISTATIONS uTT Lexington Winchester MtSterling ArWashlngton NewYork P LtLouisville 7 12am Il OOam S 00um 10 20um 2 15pm- 71am Slam- S 845am 918m941pm 705pm S OOpm 31Opm 905pm 812am 8 50am- 9Sam WECTs OzrDISTATIONS LvNevYork Philadelphia Washington Winchester ArLexiugton 73IpmJlI0pm 4 5 00pm 39pmS Through Trains run to and from New York DAILY trains run daily except Sunday For car reservations or write or telephone GEOWBARNEYDPA LEXINGTON KY slel a m am 1223 nlI 650 am 1015 530a m- 1l21 1157 ant- 1240nn 550am62lam OOam7 I 550pm 705pm 21pm 245pm330pm Knights of Garrard Lodge No 29 Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All Knights are fraternally J SWEENEY C C G SWINEBROAD KR S No 104 Knights- of visiting invited V Lancaster Lodge 1 Nev Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH AND THE Pacific Ctlast In effect Sunday May 10 The new train will leave St Louis at 9 a m daily Evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Double daily ser vice Only line witnout change or sleeping car to San Francisco tickets now on sale For further inform fIt Oll address n G T IATTllES- Tarcllng Pass Agent Louisville Ky- H C Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Louis Mo 1- w a Excur- Sion TOWNSEND F 1M 9tStated meetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nightsMembers of sis ter lodges fraternally invited RKinnaird Louis Landram Secretary Hastes t f j f 4 r4 THE OFFSPRING OF HEREDITARY BLOOD TAINTS Scrofula is but modified form of Blood and Consumption The parent 7ho is bA either eem I jt f poison f Wtl I IC 1 a I Sorefuh fl 11 same disease manifesting itself in swollen glands of the neck and throat catarrh weak eyes offensive sores abscesses and of tentinies white swell sure signs of Scrdfula may be no external s i ifI e citiu the W p 3 blood and will at the first able opportunity SS S cures this wast and the blood and stimulating and invigorating the whole system J M Seals 115 Public Square NashvilleTenn says Ten years ago daughter fell and cut forehead From this wound the glands on the side of her face became swollen and Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere attended her without benefit We decided to try S S S and a few bottles cured her en time or the breakout ing ve disease first r d LiTI r purifyli ig I ZU burstc Th sss strengthen the and is a positive and safe cure purebloodhody overcomes 01 whether inherited or no remedy so and demises the blood If blood trouble or your child has inherited some blood taint take S S S and get the blood in condition and prevent the disease doing further damage Send for our free and write our physicians about your case We make no whatever for medical advice THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA It all forms blood acquiredand effectively r J ood J J f nm 1 0i I 1- L Hog packing at Chicago since ISov 1st aggregates 1202000 head against 1018000 last year an increase this year of 184000 head At Harbisons monthly horse sale at Lawrenceburg the 22nd horses sold at prices ranging from 45 to S180 6 mules sold at prices ranging from 05 to 81 35 Owing to weather crowd was small few buyers being present Manitobas gaaln crop is officially estimated at 85000000 bushels of which 50500000 bushels is wheat This is something that Say rightly be called tremendous when it is remem bered that there are only 250000 in the province The McCain law regulating the sale of tobacco by warehouses is held to be unconstitutional Judge Field held that the exactions under the law against the warehouses in favor of the gaowers are unreasonable and that under this law the warehouse can hot maker living profit A car containing 32 mares recently shipped by Gentry Bros of Lexington to E N Johnson of Eaton Ohio pre sented an awful spectacle when it a Hamilton Ohio The mares fought all night and 18 were found dead while the others were horribly bruised Mr Johnsons loss is at 3000 The tallest corn stalk produced this year so far as we know was grown by Enoch R Bush on his HoAvards Creek bottom lards From the ground up it measured eight feet to the first ear and thirteen feet five inches to the tip of the tassel A number of stalks in the same field measured thirteen feet in height Winchester Sun The career of Cresceus the present year will always be regarded as j a most remarkable one He has been going fast miles every week since July f and he is still pegging away and ap pears to thrive and grow better all the time In a recent letter from San Francisco Mr Ketcham stated that Cresceus never looked better and never had more speed than he has right now Stanford Democrat George S Car penter raised on fiive acres of corn enough of that cereal to fatten 13 hogs and afterwards cribbed 43 barrels At the usual figures as to amount a hog eats during the fattening season the old infirm farmer mentioned aboAe raised over 15 barrels of corn per acre which does tolerably well for Logan creek bottom and at 3 per barrel the sum total on five acres would be S231 an average of 4620 per acre so if Carp had put in 100 acres of corn last season he would have realized 4620 Too many men their check book for the Bible NATUREWomans Constitution Beginning at the time when girlhood blossoms womanhood all her untilthe first few silver streaks proclaim womans days of cold and come again as the moon continues everlastingly to grow andwane and bring her chillsdiscomfort depression yet she bears her burden patiently rare Themay gain is through alleviation strengthen I nerves and rest I I people arrived estimated during I substitutes just 1 lug 7 I or BMDFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR will ier and alleviate hersuffering relieve that depressing strengthen nerves drive sinking dull faintnessstop that headache like a and her safely and comfortably through her troubles There will be no obstructed periods The everrecurrent and the monthly moon upon each other timesBuy of druggists for 100 bottleou are to our illustrated FREEbook Perfect Health for BRADIFELD REGULATOR L ATLANTA GA r s will foUowregularly e L THE CObCJ M warm kz I rHF tiVi t i i z 11 i mI1W FARM WATER SUPPLY v Father did not like to pump AAatqr for stock and could not afford a mill and tank Ho iliig a AAell1 200 yards from the house and the bot tom of the wen was considerably higher than the houi i and the hpuse was JS or 20 feeb higher than Ille ground it the barn A pipe was let into the well which nearly Breached the bottom the opeii end being pro tected by screen covered so no mice or foreign substances could obstruct the flow of water A witS dug a few feet deep and the pipe laid from the well to a pump some 20 feet away This pipe was connected with the perpendicular pipe in the well by a round elbow The pump was sonic three feet be Unique Systiiii 1nllWho- Cou d Xo mIl a wire I 1 Audited btAfford et Wliii and rnitJc win liten n w a OF FARM WATER SUPPLY low the top of the well which IS feet deep A short pipe a foot long was lam front the main nnd a round elbow connected it with small iron pump Near the pump a screw in the short pipe to or turn on the water from the well On the main pipe just beyond the place where the short pipe was joined and below was another HalfAAay down to the barn was perpendicular pipe about three feet high and furnished with a faucet 13e low this the pipe was fitted into a short plank board the size of the pipe with one onehalfinch hole bored down into the passage and some three inches below a small hole each fitted with a plug These with the faucet were for the escape of air When ready to start the water the faucets at the house awl water trough were closed A large strong barrel furnished tank for the house Then the two plugs were removed from the block of wood near the fau cct midway to the wen the faucet opened and they were ready The crews at the pump must be in order and not a bubble of air be allowed to enter the pipe any where hut where unheated The screAv next the pump must be opened to let water flow from the wen through the pump and the screw in the main pipe just below the short pipe to the pump must be tightly closed To start pour water in the pump- n halfbucketful say nnd hold the hand over the nose of the pipe arid pump In a short time the will flow readily from the well but let it come freely so the pipe is full then lower the handle to the pump close the screw at the foot in the short pipe open quickly the screw in the main pipe and if your pipe is not laid too deep you AAill hear the water gurgling away down the hill to the barn Now go to the block and faucet The water is forcing out the air and in a short time you will see it running through the block on way down to the barn Wait the pipe is full which you may know by the water overflowing from the air holes in the block Then put in the large plug then the small one then close the faucet and jour sy phon win draw water as long as there is any in the well or a break in the pipe lets in air When you do not want it to run close the faucets at barrel and trough We have lund water run for months without starting anew but when AAa ter is low as it often is in our long rainless summer we have to it often as it stops running The pipe must of course be protected from frost but that is no difficult matter here where ice is seldom seen We have had this weB in since 84 The side wen is connected by a screw and joint below the faucet By starting the when the pipes arc full and the screw open to the side well the water from the main wen Avill back up there and fill it Of course such things must watched Mrs L R Littlejohn in and Home aiurkcliiigr the Milk Supply Over the seven electric roads cen at Cleveland 0 is a stroke of enterprise The specially milk cars pass barns pick up the milk and deliver to the dealer at any point in the city These same lines run parcel freight cars and the amount of farm produce they carry daily is astonishing With good roads free rural mail delivery and telephones in the farm homes of this dairy district the economic changes and methods of living thathave occurred are indeed Avonderful and the end is not yet Farm and Home Cream Ready for Churning The following is an excellent test for determining when cream is suffi ciently ripe for churning Litmus paper turns red when exposed to any substance that is in the least degree acid and will show a blue color if the substance is alkaline It AAI cost but a trifle and can be obtained of any druggist Simply immerse the end of a slip of litmus paper in a sample of the cream and its vithdraAAal the color changes to a red then the cream is suffi ripe for churning but other iftise it is not ready V 1 1 PLA pipe shutoff I Sere JI perfect its until operation arm constructed ifon a lit wr as ervat starts vator e 500 ight o- ently o9 i gtPf 4 1 S 1ffr L 1 s t 1 tlC6 tv J 1 qr CORN FODDER RACK It AVlll Ho Pound Very Convenient Ueettusi It nelntiiM the Sfnlfe Perfectly Unshreddcd corn fodder is bad material lo feed under the best of conditions not oqly because of the difficulty in handling jt but als6 Qn account of the part 6t the stalksthat the cattle will not eat These ac cumulating under thcr animals feet or about the fodder lot soon become a nuisance feed rack shown nit will be fund of great convenience JIen citisthat the in eomp I dt CORN FODDER RACK the more as it is so easy to fill it will retain the stalks perfectly al lowing the cattle to strip off the leaves corn and tender edible The nndevoiired parts can then be cleaned out before tilling anew rind the useless stalks piled up for hauling away or mixed with the manure heap The rack should be built against the fence so that the filling can be done from the outside and Irons the wagon and it is necessary to he outside only high enough to re tain the fodder The frame of this manger should made of two by fours and the rack of fourinch fencing lumber with the slatsabout four inches apart To guard against waste the bottom should of course be floored and the whole sur rounded bj a sixinch board Such a rack can be extended any length to the number of cattle to be fed Frederick 0 Sibley in N Y Tribune SOUR CREAM TESTS Acidity in Ever So Smnll 11 Propor tion illny Injure 1111 Entire Lot of huller Tt is not an uncommon practice for creamery patroos who own hand sep arators to deliver their cream but once in two to four days or for creameries practicing cream gathering 833 tem to collect but two or three times a week The cream which tItus accum ulates is often kept without attempt at cooling and becomes more or less sour It is well understood that cream which has partly soured in the hands of the producer is less npt to male a high grade of butter than is a cream is kept cold and reaches the in a sweet condition The however frequently argues that it hoes not make any particular differ ence to his pocketbook whether the cream sours or not The Vermont experiment station officers say that there is not only a chance that the sour cream may injure the entire lot of butter but there is almost certain to be n direct financial loss to the dairyman in another It is difficult anti almost impossible to sample sour cream accurately and it is difficult for the creamery receiA ing it to test it properly Gas bubbles and increased viscosity or gumminess are at the bottom of the trouble The error of sampling and test ing Avill nine times out of ten be in the direction of a low result In other words the creamery patron who keeps and deliA ers his cream in a sweet condition Avill ordinarily gel a higher test and a larger check than he AAIIO allOws cream to sour even though both creams be really of exactly the same grade The chances are always in favor of nn inaccurate test It is doubtful whether it is AVISO to urge a creamery to make any special efforts to test sour cream properly It ought not in the first place to receive it and in the second if the patrons can not see how much it is to their inter ests ns well as to the interests of the creamery to keep the cream sweet an indirect fine may be laid upon them in this by giving them the low test AAhich sour cream is likely to receive Country Gentleman Knew the Difference Well youre a veterinary surgeon what do you know about a horse asked a browbeating attorney I dont pretend to be a hcie doc tor replied the witness but I knoAv a good deal of the nature of the animal That means to say you knew a horse from a jackass when you see them continued the lawyer in the same style looking knowing and glancing triumphantly around Oh yes just so drawled out the intended victim gazing intently at his legal tormentor For instance I should never take you for a horse TitBits G B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thompson store Public Sale I will on Tuesday Dec 31st at my home three miles from Lancaster on the Sugar Creek pike sell to the high est bidder the following property 4 brood 4 milk cows 2 calves vearlingieifer meat hogs 15 or 20 obis of corn three 2horse wagons buggy 1 buckboard and harness farming implements household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 day of sale Arch Whittaker 2t I portions I I haye- s I according the which fac- torY prod UtIT way I his s lOCk am Terms l l r I laCe way mares st made known on k B Miii nBB n r r s is 7 4 U in of all SIGHT GIVER p Thou blinded eyes Hast poured Thy wondrous light Thy name we sing our thanks we bring For thegreat gift of sight In darkness walk we now no more For our glad eyes can see How earth and sky and mighty deep Arc full are Lull of Thee From every flower Thy love looks forth Nobeatity doth appear the wide compass of the world But tells that Thou art here O help us since so near Thou art That we may dread no ill Besvift to hear Thy gracious voice Se strong to do Thy will I Samuel Lane LoomIs in Congregation A CHRISTIAN WORKER Benjamin IlnrriHon mill the Clerk Henitutert to Commit lliiiiNolf to the llellKriuus Life The late President Harrison was a profound student of the Bible He was too an earnest member of the Presbyterian church and an Sunday school worker Among the attendants at his Sun day school was a young man who employed as a clerk in an Indianapolis store This was in 1SS1 relates the Philadelphia Saturday Evening Post during the session of the legislature which Gen Harrison was a candi date for the United States senate On account of the uncertain complexion the senate at that time the Indiana contest was one of national interest the days and nights were occupied with planning and campaigning and every moment of Gen Harrisons time was demanded by his supporters In quiries for him were constant He left one conference only to be draAvn into another One Sunday at the conclusion of the regular service a member of Mr risons church approached tht young clerk and imited him to join the church membership The young man replied that he could not formally himself with any church be cause though he believed the Scrip tures in a general way he was still perplexed on a number of points In that condition of mind he could not conscientiously join a church This conversation was overheard by Gen Harrison The general quietly ascertained where the young man lived and on the him was surprised and awed and to an inquiry if the young man at home that he was She the general into the parlor but he said that he would rather meet the young man in his own room He was conducted to a small rear room on the upper floor and when the young man opened the door in answer to the landladys knock and saw Gen Harrison he said as he was wont to express it that he might have been knocked doAvn by a feather Though he had long admired Mr Harrison at a distance and had become accustomed to seeing him at church he had never spoken to him and had not imagined that the general AAas even aware of his existence Mr Harrison sat down and with pn cordial manner at once set the young niail at his ease He told him that he had overheard on the previous day his expression of doubts regarding the Scriptures and said Now I am a much older man than you I have for years been a student of the Bible and perhaps I may be able to throw some light upon the points which you do not understand 1 hope too that you will not look upon my visit as an intrusion Having inquired as to what points were doubtful Gen Harrison pro ceeded to invest them with a clear and definite meaning and then entered upon an elaborate and masterful ex position of the basic truths of Scriptures At length the talk drew to a close and Mr Harrison looked at hits Avatch Why how late it is he said It was two oclock in the morning and he had talked with the young man for seven hours Thus at a time when his political future was in the balance and when political workers were constantly looking for him he spent hours in sowing the spiritual seed in a field ac dentally pointed out There is no doubt as to the general coldness of Mr Harrisons manner and ways but those who knew him best learned that beneath that cold exterior there was a heart that was warm for humanity Gods Fatherhood Now and again the idea of Gods fatherhood flashed through the minds of some of the old Jewish seers and many of the people of God passed their days in that fatherhood That fatherhood was a fact before Jesus came but Jesus af firmed it in clearer light KCA J F Carson tHE who into ho Hare boardinghousere- plied were invited afterward the honi d I un 1st Fully actiftc w uliate wontedly LOCAL TIMETABLE I I jj Mixed leaves rttuea ier ii 05 AM Jorthbiid Mixed 335 p v Northbnd Passgr 2H A M Sonthbnd 1211 A M Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatartificially digests the food and aids strengthening and digestive is the latest J ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in B and permanently cures Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Nausea Sick all imperfect digestion Large size contain ZV times J small size Pracarcd bif E C O W1TT 4COCWCQ1 u Kodol recon- structIng organs t Headache Ot er Prtce5Oc I uthbui aturo and and 1 Ii J You Are Going North If You Are Going Sot if You Are Going East You Are Going Wast PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R he Maximum of Safety The Maximum of Speed Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information wil ie cheerfully furnished by J P ATMORC a p LOUISVILLE Ki Notice of Election There will be a meeting of the shareholders of the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK h ld in banking house in Lancaster Ky between the hours of 10 oclock A M and 2 oclock P M Tuesday January 14 1902 for the purpose of electing live Directors to serve the ensuing year Dec 10 lOOt B F HUDSON CASHIER NoL33 of 3l83tion There will be a meeting of the share holders of The National Bank of Lancaster Ky at its Bank building on Tuesday January llth 1902 between the hours of 10 a in arid 2 p in for the purpose of electing live directors to serve for the ensuing year Very Respectfully S C EXNY Cashier Lancaster Stone Yards 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 KY R Representing Foiloraj Companies AetnaQueen Palatine Counetieut German American PJienix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchautile NATIONAL BANK IF If m1 0 AND 80 he A theirs KINNAIRDINSURANCE NationalI I Ins Hartford Coup r493 THE t a 1 if1 a dCL a Life Co1g s AP1TAL 5000000 t OF SDRPLL Sio 000 I I A R DENNY President JNO E STOBMKS Vice President 8 C DKKNY Cashier 1iRlW LiNCATEIC KS n F ROBINSON JB Asst Cashr J B T EMBRT i I Book aeep w DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnalrd J E ROBINSONAttorney Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages ORGANIZED 1883 NATIONAL BAN OF LANCASTER K7 Capital Surplus Fund 1000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGaaraotaec M HIGSINBOTHAM Proslden- LBWIBY LxAVBii TlcePresideni HUDSON CashIer O BiaHXT Assistant Cashi- OD WJLLKXB Bookkeepei DIRECTORS IiXATIS Y LlATIZX TMAHHOU BF HUDSON I I P J yoo ITIZEIT fi55000au 1 JhALNaa Real Estate Agents LANCASTER KY Having associated ourselves together for tl riiij jt general Real Estate business offer our strvicxs to tit jullic both to those who wish to buy and those who wish to sell 1 hose who have farms or other real estate they wish to sell will plestt call st the law office of R L Davidson over Stormes diug store and list their for sale withus will advertise it exit nsiveJ in the CENTRAL RECORD also by handbills and business and mskt no charge for our services a sale is mt de eithei directlj ur rm irect ly Titles will be examined contracts and deeds writttii ncTj j es released etc without extra charge If you have property for sale you can sell it quulch to jrui advantage by listing it with us Below a partial list of the prop alaeadv listed with us DAVIDSON LAWA1 l t on 3 we property Ve end thud i L T A l unit ss No 1 House and Lot in Mcf rearj Ky Finn location for Doc tor or 3lerchant A new and very convenient one3tory frame house four rooms hallway 5 varumliis and a summer kitchen attached good cellar conAenience in the way of outbuildings barn buggy house etc Good garden plat with strawberry bert and a nIce young orchard splendid cistern and a stock pond that never fails Everything id new und convenient Trice is right aud trms easy No 23Yacant Lot in Lancaster This riopiitj is Cheap ami will go Quick lull street feet front ttnd 325 feet leap or 1J5 fee deep if desired a part of the Dr O I Hill property Splendid build ing site for a nice residence in n good neigh borhood and one of reIdetice portions of the town In short a desirable loratiou in every particular No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to suit Purchaser On En side ol Hili street adjacent to item No 2 c iii n Hill street SZ feet deep or Jj eel dii if so desired a part of the Dr 0 1 iiill i acc Good locaion In ex cellcut neighborhood building site good commanding No A Farm of 52 Acres on 31id tIle Fork of Sugar Creek Miles front Lancaster Known as the old Stone Iliics Much of the laud has been in grass but is now under cult vationiO acres of good tobacca or hemp laud the rest is rich and productive ever failiug water and leucing in good repair Laud has been well treated IJs story box house 4 rooms and a porch splendid eisteruuew barn henhouse etc Threefourths acre for a gardeu plat No 9 House and Lot in Danville Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street 100 feet front 447 feet deep Nice residences are building till around this property in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 15S Acres in Polleys Ueiul ofKentucky River In Garrard county about JJ4 miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres in apple orchard good peach otcuard twostory house in good and all necessary outbuildings Laud iu Iolleys Bend is fast increasing in value No 19 Farm Containing 342 12 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles South of liryantsville anti About 8Ji miles from Lancaster All good strong laud very productive under good and watered house is 2 storys high containing 6 rooms two tenant good ice house cry und alt other necessary out buildings are on the place to churcu good school and well tiLted for stocit raising N o20 Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles iVom Carters Yille in Garrard county Anti of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 DO acres III grass corn nod laud watered by pools und creek ever fall under good a stor house rooms with back and front porches and goou sulphur well at door a barns clock a atomicco latter ft x40xit Church within 1 residence ond school Avithln of a mile A money making farm nicely situated NoJ 14 GOO Acres 01 Coal and Timber Laud in Pulaski About 23 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat giver on the Ciuciuuat Southern Kullroail This land is rich in Coal of a good quality with virgin forests of Oak Poplar Walnut aud Cedar upon it No 13 House and Lot near Sul pLur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place iu good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot iu Lan castei bg f I On of 0 the best 4 smoke house property Groom repairs 1 ellilJg I 7 CouutrI J awl 7 Eastside ence Lu whet contaIn- S For further particulars write to or call on i DavidsonR L LawOfiice over Stormes store Insure with the New York Life Insurance Co and the Continental fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt S BBAZUBYW DENTISTTeeth extracted without pain wIth theBookont Bull dine Dan villa street lie Presbyterian church n ppo I 1 m v b jj A c No 6 Farm of 50 ill Rock castle County in iit Ilottoiu- of opiHr Creek Jut tieross thr Uarmrd and KocketKCl fcltx All bottom lHiileve o l pr K rtUe c r stock 1j story hjf h c ad all April 1st KW PrIce n tb tvark of iuo lur t Hir n No 10 House iiid Lot in Luncas tar on North side of Dan ville Avenue Known s tine old Franklin Institm f9perty Iot is Its front on ItaNvfto A vNe and 1S feet in depth MiH tr 1 H veniuntl arntii ird iu ry M r rooms hallway kitfbeu Iwwt large and hotise we I veHtifwed IK been lately reincdoltd UNO t xi itt iel im proved and place geaerally rvpuirtd Lc x ly iiiuu couveBitnt i o ire sad all at a bottom price lo csstoH desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the p Jvii ksville Pike Very lertile tHeiIv 75ii re did henip or tobacco laud 75 a led in grass uinlet cultivation watered by it T r failing springs 1laee is in good repair House stories containing 8 rooms and porches good ciateru good boxed jag bnru and ood outbuilding Very Nun large and well selected orchard sassy varieties of fruit A flue ferns of moderatesize House anti Lot Situated in City of Lancaster On thus Xrth if Dunville street n ar the Ii tvrsectiou of PanMing itre c MM ijthepropert l tel on lied by Mrs A E punter Good house and Dear Graded Sok oL Examine the premises und eMU and get a rprice No 7 House anti Lot In Danville Itj in Otter Addition on East Mum Street House has 8 large rooms froat halhvay aboAe and below back hall veranda hand somely finished inside and conveniently eon structed large bath room complete OHtBt of fixtures for water ansi gas cistern large stnVI Bud all other convenient ontbnikiingd is 100 feet front 117 fut iu depth Bice stable lot and large garden Is a good resM B e portion of Danville This property speaks for itself 14 Farm Containing 150 Acres on lend Waters Drakes Creek in Garrard 1 mile from Law ous school house mile from Good Hope Baptist church Ice Hudar balance in gra s gi oa iMistnre laud under good fence and watered by nev w failing spines and ponds 12 SuiteS in orchard in fruiting prime bet varieties in all kinds of fruit Good 1J story cottage Iinase nicely liuished and conveniently arranged Aviiu u storeroom xJu feet adjoining it Jot olMut known as FJatwoods is1 kept at the store and is an excellent location for a country store A good place for a cowing merchant to make money and make it fast No 5 Farm of SG Acres on the Sugar Cr t k Pike 2 j miles from Lancaster 55 acres under cultivation 5 acres been sown in oats and grass 25 acres of fine tobacco or hemp laud brings fine wheat aud corn remainder in grass Sto k water in abundance Suflicient throughout last years drouth large wellselected orchard just fruit ing whole place under good fence 5room cottage residence barn ice house aud all outbuildings splendid cistern etc Well worth what we want fo It h ontbuIIdiss Puss lalJlCtc c4au1s4ffiu4ss eH art titsad ouulaide Irs rusJle give hUH of toMti- t h sill dee Lot o oft l t ofwhich necessary fid tem fr sire InS llig aster s cesary ioe ne aS sub aS- en lest sweslary- aise beiklIig e bile 1 sueraadu- uth luide bee ck and lance 5 porch Sated containing t 3 ave OR Louis Landrail Central Record office MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING Or Consumption Cciig u A Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia LaGrippe Hoarseness WhoopingCough Pries 50c 1 Trial Bottle Free niI i tFeverPI ZG t Kings awFlR i