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TVEL FT H YEAS Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ey at Second Crass Matter LOUIS LANDEAM Publisher LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON JAN 2 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR i c lit bI f 1 T r H t L ft R 1 K 1 Cl sr 1 J- S p sti 1rbhg MIIJ fD8 1t tt tit It tttHH I CLOSING 1 f I SALE I Ladies t i Misses Childrens- tt 1 tt I At Less Than Jfit 11 1 r i LADIES 4 CLOAKS i NOW 198 OUT 1 E f CLOAK MfCs Cost LADIES 6 CLOAKS If 350r LADIES 850 CLOAKS If 450 t LADIES 10 CLOAKS 1 NOW 5 j 1 zr rte a 43DRY OS- Y I i l LOGAN 1rr 1 j YF ry S T aJr 55 THE HOME NEWSti i S Greeting The New Year Hall glad New Year We do not ask Our woes you should disperse We merely urge this simple task Pray do not make them worse Ex Make your accounts out on decent stationery We print that kind THE RECORDS collector will start his rounds next week Be ready doors have been placed in the Garrard Hotel office which makes the rjom much more comfortable The Ladies Helping Hand Society meets with Mrs Wolford Saturday All members requested to be present Mr A H Bastin sold to Jas White the Wortham property on depot St for 1200 This is a nice piece of property The new City Council will be into service Monday night Bob Kinnaird and Beddow Morrow are down for speeches The Madison Fiscal Court voted to one in favor of granting a rightof way to the Interurban Railway of Lexington through the county Rev Mr McClung pastor of the Paint Lick church will preach at the Presbyterian church in this city next Sunday evening at the usual hour Important meeting All members of the Baptist church earnestly requested to be present meeting next Sunday morning Important business to be transacted Dont make out your accounts on scrap paper or paper cantaining the cheap advertisement of a patent med cine Have THE RECORD office get you out an uptodate bill head Called to Louisville Rev J E Wolford was called to Louisville Monday morning by the critical illness of his father Recent news says the sick man is much bet ter Capt Phil Price of the day trains IsTftmijonif Uy in charge of ger run betweerTEichmond and Nays yule During his absence Joe Arnold is punching tickets on the local short dog Mr Engleman of Paint Lick was here yesterday and tells us he has released the Veranda hotel at Paint Lick and will continue to run the same in firstclass style He is a good hotel man A dynamo at the electric plant burned out Tuesday night and caused much annoyance to those on that circuit THE RECORD office being among the number who had to return to the old tallowdip Out for Congress Hon Richard C Warren of announced for Congress in Interior Journal His friends think him a sure winner Mr is a capable gentleman and has done much hard work for his party Helped us Pull Out Frank Pumphrey who is holding cases on the Somerset Journal helped THE RECORD office pull out on job work last week We have had a big run but have delivered everyjob promptly Try us on your next order Sale of House and Lot Davidson Landram sold Monday to Miss Emma Hood the Mrs Nannie Carpenter property on Danville street for 850 cash This is a desirable and several parties wanted it The trade was made through John E Stormes who represented Miss Hood Wanted HouseKeeper Being away from my house all day I would like to employ a white lady za housekeeper and will give liberal wages to the proper party Or can give house room to a man and wife who will take charge of the place Ap ply to Mrs Hobbs at Telephone Ex change Senator Farris on Hand A Frankfort dispatch says State Senator George T Farris of Garrard is the first member of the new Gener al Assembly to arrive for the session Senator Farris came in Saturday night to stay until the session closes He is a receptive candidate for the office of president pro tern of the Senate He has made no active canvass of the Democratic Senators J LATRER A telegram says Senator x Farris has withdrawn from the Died In Alabama News was received last week of the death of Mr Ben Jennings which at Seale brief illness Mr Jennings was born and raised in this county but left here in 1862 and enlisted in the Confederate army serving through the war He never returned to Garrard permanent ly but has frequently visited The Scale papers speak of him in flat terms both as a business man citizen fjVV t t t t t ton I t fiver tare f the passen i C B t i t I I t I f Alabamaaftera l ring rand rr40 1 t E 4 afternoon 4 installed t Stanford Tuesdays Warren Sr location race oc- d here 4 Their Masters Birthday Christmas passed off rather quietly save the work of some of the boys who showed their delight over the birth of the Saviour by getting drunk bombs etc They were evidently glad that He was sent into into the world judging from their enthusiasm over His birthday Prominent Promoter Here Hon S WoOdward of Cincinnati president of the Cumberland River Nashville R P in which several men are interested was here this week to attend a meeting of the stockholders of the road The plans are about completed and it is a set tled fact that they will build the road Notice to Creditors The creditors of Hamilton are requested to present their claims to J I Hamilton within thirty days I hope by this way to learn the amount of his indebtedness If I am able to pay it I intend to do so if not I will pursue the course prescribed by law reason I ask this is to see if I am able to settle without the cost to which litigation would me Most respectfully Nanni Hamilton Maccabce Officers The local lodge of elected the following officers at tile meeting Friday night Past commander Ed Bishop Commander L Lt commander Hughes Aldridge Chaplain J B Conn Sear Tom Burnett Master of arms JW M Za none 1st master of guard John Pen nington 2nd master of guard A K Traylor sentinel M 1 Hughes picket J D Gulley recori keeper J Joseph I Soon to Talk With The Lexington Herald of the Independent lites between that city and Louisville will soon be completed and all the lines in Kentucky will with the Falls City Inde lines of which the ancaster exchange is a member h s instru ments in every prominen business house in Louisville and nearly all other cities in thi tate so the convenience to the poop Lan caster and Garrard county fly seen j Many Connections A list of subscribers to Home Telephone Company issu ed shows that in Lexingto it has over 1600 patrons and 106 towns in central Kentucky which connection can be had of towns is arranged alphabetic be ginning with Austerlitz and up with Winchester There isot an advertisement in the directory The Company does not make pay for its literature A specialist of practicing physicians is on the back cover for the of those wishing a Bastin Company or this acts with all these towns and any number you may dWt from your home phone want anything better V J Compliment to After speaking of the work he done toward developing Eastern liv tucky the Mountain Echo says of Ir townsman Col L F Hubble That he will succeed there is If reason to doubt for he is a man ft fine judgmentfull of energy determination With these teristics all well developed and j healthy vigorous working order w have every reason to believe and expect in the near future to chronicle the successful achievements won all along the line by this brave and enterprising spirit The he would thus build will be more lasting than brass or marble and as its summit is kissed and bathed in the sunshine the people of the mountains Gods temple will look upon it and exclaim Well done thou good and faithful servant thrust in thy hand and reap the fields now ripe unto We Certainly Et Brother Because the Winchester Democrat man didnt get his name in the pot opens his head and says The other week Louis Landram of the Record wrota musical editor of the Lincoln Democrat to bring along his cornet and come over to Paint Lick and eat a big supper and as a side issue to institute a lodge of Knights of Pythias at that place Landram agreed to furnish the to accompany Joes cornet on the organ and impressively closed epistle to Joe by saying that the K Ps of Paint Lick were going to raise hades and shove a log under it on the The lodge was instituted the supper furnished by the ladies of Presbyterian church a big success nothing has been ot Loa is oir Jb since the event the is Anxiety to the log slipped or the mii icb for tnelr editorial t s shooting R C subject Macca ees LWalker ant Lo IsvllJe construction h connection he Lexh ton itof c the j st there re wi Th 1st riding PUbliS d e gi OU h uldou Lancaster harvest Lancaster Joe Waters occasion but Democrat blood ft 1 Lancaster I dependent pendent Fayette doctorinahurr The t ity cut can wi Ia pasha chars confidently monument ho air hi th was heard displaying some know su per du i r It was reported that one of the bombs fired Christmas night came out of THE RECORD office Any person who makes this statement is an infa mous liar Former Lancaster Boy Rev who is well known and remembered by many of our citi zens has received two flattering calls for the ensuing year one in Illinois and another in Kansas He has not yet decided upon which he will accept Pound Parties The pound party given by Endeavorers Thursday was largely attended and greatly enjoyed The party was given at Christian church It proved such a great that another was given at same place Monday night A Fly Cop Marshal S D Turner blossomed out in a stylish new uniform last week and any copper who ever swung a club Dee is a finelooking fellow anyway The law ought to re quire all peace officers to wear a uni form as it has a good effect The hoodlum element has a fear of a brass buttons Change in managers Press of other matters caused Judge M D Hughes to resign as manager of the local opera house and the compa ny secured the services of Mr T B Long who has had many years expe rience in such business Mr Long will put forth every effort to secure only firstclass attractions and that he will succeed is a foregone Narrow Escape A gasoline machine exploded in Fox Logans stable at Danville last week and it took the hardest kind of a fight to save the building Had not the flames been entfcigulshed the en tire block Gilcher hotel would have gone up in smoke Gaso line is the most dangerous stuff to have in the house and always gets in its destructive work when least They Cant Bluff Him Harrodsburg A Leavel the colored lawyer has four anonymous letters in which his life is threatened His father who lives in Lancaster was also written to in which he was advised to get Louis out of Harrodsburg before Christmas eve night or they would get him sure The old man enclosed the letter to his boy and warned him to be on his guard The attorney is still here and doesnt seem to be skert masonic Election At the annual election of officers for Lancaster Lodge No 104 Free and Accepted Masons the following brethren were chosen Louis Landram worshipful master Jacob Josephsenior warden K F Pastel junior warden David Ross treasurer Robt Kinnaird secretary A T Anderson Stewart and tyler J W Sweeney was appointed senior deacon and Fred P Frisbie junior The attendance at the election was larger than for several years There are quite a number of petitions in now and there will be work at every meeting An UpToDate merchant THE RECORD desires to call atten tion to the large grocery store of H M Ballou on the corner of Public Square and Richmond street Mr Ballou is one of the most wideawake merchants in Central Kentucky and great pleasure in saying to his old friends and patrons that be will continue to handle a most complete uptodate stock of groceries No will be spared to secure the very est and most reliable goods on the and as he has always done sell them at the very lowest pri He has been in business in Lan for thirteen years and no one say they ever received bad treat in his store What you buy fere is strictly reliable be upon as the very best Hon vu bargains at reosonable prices has tt for Mr Ballou the confidence and 1 R t of everybody REC Q wishes him much more success find Word For Deserving Boy wtose our readers who are not acquainted with Harry formerly of the DanvLle know him unite well by The following taken from a paper shows how the cle Mttle quilldriver stands in his ulr v private recte tary Commissioner of Internal Rev Count He is very well the newspaper world as he years of his life in a triweekly paper inJivilla Xy atidin mlecf work he contributed largely totae leading metropolitan LucienNoel the be success conclusion expected DemocratLouis probably takes and pains arket ill s star n ant and can ended andTHE onally G annoli A ate re hington ne orne anus Is known down in Ken tuck stqe spent life has energy Corn men at the off iRfight to faun t e17 work follow tngtli I and PJW I Christian outshines S including tln received deacon of p anon Giovannolli arks know a that gtq n been anti hiRorgn as typtliletter age sieve 8 thee o ee irp lr for thirteen years n for eight years he was a reporter editor Coo e dailies to- JSn Dangerous Work The reckless use of dynamite and bombs on the streets Christmas night was a practice that was extremely dangerous The boys did not think of the danger for had they considered the matter they would certainly have placed their explosives out of the way of pedestrians One was fired between THE RECORD office and Stormes drug store which broke four of our large window glass jarred things off the shelf in the drug store and we can safely say loosened the plastering on lades Had some one chanced to pass in a buggy it meant certain death On Stanford street Mr Jake Joseph narrowly missed walking over one Had he been a moment laterhe would been instantly killed and then it would have become necessary to stretch a few necks to trees in the Park which would have certainly come to pass The police tried to catch up with the boys but failed to and them A Word to Merchants A great many local merchants have blown in considerable money the past year on different schemes under the name of advertising Now just a word please Stop make a calcula tion and see what benefit these have been to you Then figure out what the same amount spent that way would have done had you told the peo ple through the columns of THE RECOKD what you had for sale The that is right to the fireside of twelve hundred subscribers Think of this We do not want to worry merchants by dingdonging at them but we do ask them to stop and think a moment and we know they will see that an ad vertisement in these columns will bring forth tenfold better results than some haremscarem sign or their name stuck in some place where peo ple dont care to be warried with cheaphash advertising Going Over Home The above is what Prof Henry Saxton says when his band isemployed to play in Lancaster It is not gener ally known that Saxtons name is not Henry but Harry His father was named Henry and had the finest band in the south When the two sons Harry and were about ten years of age they both played in the famous Henry Saxtons band and their exceptional ability and tender age attracted attention all over the country The other son Orine lied some years ago and later tile noble old father gas aid to rest The band or ganization was kept up by the present leader Harry and as it was known far and wide as Henry Saxtons band the name finally stuck to Harry and today not onetenth of the people who enjoy his sweet music know the differ ence The elder Saxton and Gen W J Landram of this city were great friends and the latter arranged much music for the band in fact the present leader says the first set of books he ever played out of were made by Gen Landram The latter took such a fancy to the boys and worked so un ceasingly for their advancement that Harry says he loved him as a father and when he comes to Lancaster he says he is going over home and visits THE RECORD office to look at the large picture of Gen Landram hanging therein Harry Saxton is as tenderhearted as a child and when a favor is done for him he never forgets it He has many friends here who are always delighted to sit up all night to hear him play Other members of the band like to come here as they say they are always given a warm and made to feel at home Those here last week were Harry Saxton leader Pap Eckert 2nd violin Charley Storm cornet Brown clarionet Bert Wilson bass and A Kent Storm drums Of Interest to Newspaper Men A meeting of the Executive of the Press Association was held recently at Seelbachs Hotel in Louisville The members present were President Harry McCarty Nicbolas ville Journal Secretary Horn ingstar Bowling Green C C HowardHodgen vine Herald E A Gullion Louis Lan dram Lancaster RECOUD Chairman Moore and Mr M F Conley of the committee were unavoidably absent One of the objects of the meeting was to entertain Messrs Huber Ringgold of the Louisville and Nashville Mr R T Matthews of the Missouri Pacific and Mr George Garret of the Hender son Route and to make them each a Christmas present in remembrance of past courtesies This committee and Mr Robert W Brown expresident of the association were also present and Messrs Ringgold Matthews and Gar rett had been invited to to join them and the Executive Committee at Unfortunately Mr Ringgold was sick and Mr Matthews was among the Mormons in Salt Lake City so Mr Garrett was the only one of the three men in attendance The newspaper men and their guests sat down to a handsome repast at2 oclock and discussing the for two with a b ycs ses sion committee and t tttlQUjot tiM A g programs 01 ine reception Anderson hoors n always Committee dinner railroad after viands finished the the of- L routine business was then transacted some of a private nature The subject of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition was brought up and President Mc Carty was authorized to appoint a committee to advocate an appropria tion for the exposition by the General Assembly and also to attend to other matters of legislation desired by the press of Kentucky The Kentucky Press Association has the largest membership of its history and is a compact working and determined or ganization The administration of President McCarty promises to be most successful Cold Weathers Work The strangest occurrences often take place during extremes of heat and cold For instance during the mem orable Arctic spell of February a few years ago old Bill Rudd of Johns Bottom acquired a winter hump in his back that he has never been able to get rid of even in the hottest weather Its a fixture to which he has become resigned He had anoth er remarkable experience of a polar character only quite recently It will be remembered that Bill is noted far and near for his enormous beard which is a tangled tawney mass at least two feet long On his way up to town in a wagon one day during the stabbing cold just before Xmas his hirsute monstrosity became thickly incrusted with icefreezing up so tight and hard that he was absolutely una ble to open his mouth for quite He was forced to breathe thro his nostrils By degrees he assumed the appearance of an automatic chunk of ice and when he reached town he could only signs and utter strange grunts that made the little boys laugh Leaping from his he rushed with a stiff bowlegged movement into Elkins meat shop and was told to go way back and sit down by a hot stove This he did in stanter When the ice busted his tongue flew loose and as the icicles began to hustle upon the floor old Bill declared in a loud shaky voice that if he were spared to get back home alive he would bedash binged ifhe didnt sheer off his whiskers even if his children should ever afterwards hide from him as from a total It seems that the oldest who happened to be in the room at the time and who had been a eyewitness of this remarkable incident was strangely affected by it Slowly shaking his in silence from side to side he rose unsteadily from his chair and with set pallid features and eyes staring vacantly space tottered out into the cold gray street Jarred Central When the bomb that broke THE RECORDS windows was fired on street Christmas night we it also played havoc in the telephone exchange across the street Mr Bastin the clever president was sitting at his desk eating a lunch Just as the bomb fired Mr B went straight in the air as though lifted by magic When he lit on the floor the jar was so great that a of bottles in the drug store below were shaken from the shelves and the clerks ran pellmell into the street thinking the building was falling Dr Kinnaird was hastily summoned and found that save from the burning by a cup of hot coffee the clever tele phone man was unhurt though his nerves were badly shattered By hard work Dr Kinnaird checked the flow of cuss words and sweet peace soon reigned supreme In order that our readers may have some idea of the fall we reproduce a recent picture Mr B had taken just after attending that banquet at Owensboro m a k e wagon little stranger startled h into understand number awhile inhabitant kl Danville LOW RATES Special Roand Trip Rates em C O Railway Commencing January 1st 1902 tickets will be sold between all stations of the C 0 Railway except between Charlottsville and and between Lexington and Lou yule and intermediate stations at a reduction from the local rates On and after that date passengers paying fare on the trains will be charged extra receiving a receipt the Conductor which amount lOc will be refunded on presentation of such receipt to any ticket office George W Barney Div PassAgt The finest gold fills IL50 tmalgum 75cte IJiv Hobaoo dentist Rteh At Garrard Hotel V lit ok round- trip from r 1 ij t i Jli Jf Washington lOc mood Wit6f NOOa1 M0ade1 r- V Get reserved seats for Gortons Min strels Theyre on sale at Stormes WINTER TOURIST RATES Queen Crescent Route Winter tourist rates are now in ef fect 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 uponW Rinearson o p A W J Murphy General Manager The U S Civil Service Commission will hold examinations at several pla ces in each state during March and April to secure young men and wom en for the government service 9889 persons secured positions last year through these examinations Proba bly 10000 appointments will be made this year All appointments are for life and for most positions only a school education is required Sal aries at appointment vary from to a year with liberal promotions afterwai d Politics is not considered This affords a good opportunity for people between 16 and 45 years of age Those desiring places of this kind can get full information about them free by writing to the Columbian Corres pendence College Washington D and asking for its Civil Service cata logue number three it Call and Let Us Prove It We are located here permanently and cant afford to do slipshod work Call on us and and have that hair trimmed common 660 1200 C ik as it should be not looking like a bundle or oats Henry Duncan in Gar rard Hotel building A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL i i FRIENDS i vs OUR The Hardware Man J A BeazleyCo Funeral Directors SA5ELaEM I It rt It It It It II It to Arterial Caiity EMtolMlBff Full Line oti i Firiitire ail R L DayidscSt Attorney Specialty 4 ra f At Law 4 f c1 pi c 1zo s Dui A i t P44c Life nsuice policiaboKht fie Ca cllon tNdofo s tas- y ri ry c h fi vi r- N t yet lk q pt I tlllll I II II II i Illi iI lltI JiIt requires great care and experience to CORRECTLY compound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS t T1f 1 rl s y ti- wI s A Registered Pharmacist of years of experience handles ALL prescriptions sent to our store McRoberts Drug Store4L CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Ky Jan 2nd 1902 SELFISHNESS in some form is at the foundation of most of and misery If we could analyze all the suffering in the world and trace it back to its first cause we would find that selfishness was the factor in creating it the Jes Journal It may be selfishness of a social kind but under whatever form it appears it has practically the same results There DC a in kind but results a question of degree Most of us are possessed and governed by selfish motives in life What we speak of as ambitious ends are more than likely dictated by a cer tain form of selfishness One may hardly succeed in this life without making another suffer for it What is one persons gain is too often anoth ers loss The woman who shines is sure to create envy and heart burnings in another Jealousy is in every sphere human action whether of businessor pleasure sooner had Editor Walton of the Harrodsburg Democrat moved to Lexington to enjoy the fruits of a life of toil and trials than the City passed an ordinance requiring all married men to be at home by eleven oclock at night and Imposing heavy fines for infractions of the ordinance If Editor Walton doesnt immediate ly resent such an abridgement of liberty by returning to Harrods burg he is not the kind of man we think he Times Come come Mr Times man Mr Walton iri early very early In fact we suspect he frequently comes in as early as 2 a m MANY were the swearoffs made We hope all will be lived up to strictly but FirstofJanuary frequently fail Our plan of reformation was to wait a few days the first and then say I am and this rest will have been unbroken for six years tomorrow The resting plan is successful from the fact that a man does not feel that he is bound to do or not to do a thing Its the old case of stolen sweets when you have sworn off Pardon the personal allusion as we always tell our experience instead of giving advice AN Illinois town of 150 has a saloon which pays 700 a year license This money is used for building sidewalks and they say that the town has more sidewalks than anything else Mark Twains order to the lightning rod agent to put one on every point of the dwelling and then one on the cook and the cow is outdone by the sidewalks in this town They have brick walks out in the country and if the saloon keeps up they will soon have a brick sidewalk to the county seat LAST week the Jessamine Journal rounded out the twentyseventh year of its useful career The Journal is one of the cleanest and most reliable papers published in the state and is justly entitled to the liberal support it receives It is an honor to the coun ty and the people of Jessamine should feel proud of it We wish Messrs Harry McCarty and Jim Stears many years more of good health and PKESIDENT ROOSEVELT has abolish ed the custom of handshaking at the public receptions This takes away the main feature so far as the public is concerned as all ninetenths of people go for is to come home and tell their country cousins they have hands with a real live president A look at the dashing Teddy will not suffice and he should reconsider his order A SEAT in the New York Stock Ex change was recently sold for 80000 That hightoned gambling house is in the sight of the law Its the f I I I I I t our unhappiness probably greatest difference socially created of o Council personal IsGlasgow yesterday resolutions after resting certain prosperity theE shaken r Lancaster says Somme map 1 t gets aright 11 poor crapshooter who is made to suf fer for his wrong doing If you have plenty of money you can do what you please these days WoE learn from reliable sources that Col Dan Collier of this city is as of securing the of the Louisville Port as a nickle is to get a ginger cake You cant head caster man When one shys his into the ring all others may as well tuck tail and take to the woods IT is said President knock ed a fellow down in Washington the other day Thats nothing he cuts off the heads of Kentuckians some times and there are several of our prominent citizens now on pins and needles in fear of his mighty axe EDITOR CROWE of the Mayfield Mirror will the lecture the subject being The Man With the Hoe Heres hoping Bro Crowe will be able to hoe his own row in the new field TilE usual number of casualties from toy pistols were reported last week When a tie hurts himself with such toys toe parent giving it should be taken out and ducked in a frog pond A LEXINGTON woman has been a pension under the Original act Great guns How many widows can a soldier leave BUSINESS seems to be a little lax in Lexington Its been a day or so since they had a killing over there PAINT LICK Clell Terrill farm to Mike Noe for 10000 Jack Adams sold a sow and pigs J V Logan for bank observed Christmas by being closed all day Woods shipped two car loads of cattle aud hogs to Cincinnati Christmas passed off unusually et here few small drunks re ported Mr Henry Riddleburg our miller has been confined to his bed for days Dr W G Cassenburg has purchased the Dan Slaughter house and lot for 480 Jess Ledford bought the Hath Ross place of 130 acres from MikeNoe at 45 per acre The Y M C A will meet every Sunday evening two oclock at the reading room here The Masons met in their lodge and elected the following officers to serve the ensuing year J A Conn Master S W Brown J W R N Beazley Sec J A Scott Treas T M Lackey S D G W Kemper J D R K Conn Tyler The members of the order are taking a great deal of interest in the work and will soon have a prosperous lodge here Mr John Ferrill of Cincinnati vis ited his sister Sirs Annie Adams du ring the Christmas Miss Browning Yeiser of Danville is the guest of the Misses Francis Mr Eli Estridge has been dangerously ill and wife went to Stanford to visit their daughter Mr Jno Bright Jr James Butner is on sick list this week Mr W G Kemp ers brother and sister of Owen coun ty visited him this week There was a large crowd at the Christmas tree at Mt Tabor The tree was loaded with all kinds of and the little childrens hearts leaped with joy when Old Santa made his appearance and began to the presents Robert Arnold act Santa Claus and while he was the off of the tree thecotton on his coat took fire and it seemed like there would be a panic the women and children began to scream and run but for the timely aid of some of the cooler heads he would have been badly burned He escaped however with his eye brows and foretop slightly scorched Will Fish said if Bob hadnt been so green he might have been seriously burnt j I 0 I I In In I I I certain aLan cas- tor Roosevelt platform granted Widow soldhis E L Saturday onlya several at J A Sprats W B Dr B Ramsey Monday the presents distribute taking presents goon S- Our I WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN i Our New Store fijICrfl Some hats nice ribbons I ties on display at low prices j J- jk Sallie D Tillett I E g Ii BI Ii PI and I o r novel r F li Bnsinesmd Bargains aw A nice lineof Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury For a good srnoko try Santiago Club at Stormes M Fresh hominy and H Flakes at T Curreys Dont fail to see our suits and at cost II T Logan Gortons big Minstrel show will draw a big crowd January 10 Two small houses in Middlesboro for rent Apply to R A Stone Handsome Ties Mufflers Gloves and Dress Shirts Burnett Co Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf Dont forget the famous Gortons minstrels at opera house Friday night Nothing reserved every suit and overcoat in our house at cost H T Logan Hear Gortons famous band next Friday A concert will be given on the street I will give you the highest price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey Dont forget Gortons Minstrels January lOthThe show is the biggest and best on the road Eggs are high buy International Chicken Food and make your hens lay Sold by T Currey Jj D You can fool some people on flour but you cant fool a regular user of Potts Flour for he will not be fooled At the old reliable house of T Curreys is the place to buy groceries Age 40 years Potts flour is good because it is by people that know how and extracted from A 1 wheat tf Store Room For Kent Now occupied as a barber shop Po session given Jan 1st Apply to J M Logan tf People dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts Hour for they know they are getting their moneys in quality tf The best set of teeth in the for 750 Dr Hobson dentist at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf Farmers Take Notice need our sacks please return them at once Do not neglect this request H A B Marksbury Son Our suits and overcoats are going fast at co t Come in at once or you will fail to find your siza H T Logaii An uptodate piano Original cost 350 The instrument has not been abused and it will be sold at a bargain Apply to Mrs M D Hughes tf 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 Eight day clock between Lancaster and Lowell about three weeks ago Return to THE RECORD office and re ceive reward It Potts is going to put a patent Hour on the market after a bit better buy some scrap iron to weight your stove down Something with a Satin Fin ish to it tf For Sale Town Property A desirable cot tage with all outbuildings and two acres of land Easy tf Romans Feed 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 For Good Work 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 work ll283m Removed We have moved into the store room in the New Garrard Hotel We will have more room and carry a larger stock than heretofore Everything new and stylish in the line of shoes and furnishings etc always on hand at lowest prices Thanking the pub lie for patronage and soliciting further favors we are Respt Yours Burnett Co J u Meets AU Tram Alex Miller purchased a hand closed carriage which will all trains day and night His tele phone number is 122 and if you will call him up carriage will call for you and take you to the train in ty time His charge is very the service firstclass A call left at Garrard hotel will receive prompt attention Alex is certainly entitled to much praise for his enterprise tf i 5- i l I t tIt 1 tI H I I tI fH I I glaSS tit urreys SOls grits V overcoats manufacturers your toworth world- lY Richmond liVe r For Sale Lost necessar payments W T h meet small and th i 1- i a F med S some the pie e y ihS 1 sJ 1 1 CI Ify O l 1 s If we believed we should arise and sins Dropping our burdens at His pierced feet Sorrow would flee and weariness take wing Hard things grow fair and bitter waters sweet If we believed what for fear or care Within His arms safe sheltered on His breast Peace for our pain and hope for our spair Is what He meant who said I give thee rest Why linger turn away or Idly grieve Where else is souls supremest need Grandly He offers meanly we receive Yet love that gives us rest is love indeed The love that rests say shall It not do more Make haste sad soul thy heritage claim It calms It heals It bears whaferst ye bore And marks thy burdens with his own dear Name Carries In Him and for Him can they harm Or thee yore or prove a heavyweight Nay nay into thy life His blessed calm Shall drop and thou no more be desolate No more with downcast eyes go faltering on Alone and sick at heart and closely pressed Thy chains shall break thy heavy heart be gone For He who calls He will give thee rest Mary Dickinson in Washington Home Magazine THE MAN HE WAS A Little Incident That Showed Character of a True Chris tiara Gentleman An eminent man had passed away and the whole community seemed moved with grief The bar of the neighboring city where he had been a judge passed resolutions of respect the church to which he had belonged expressed its sorrow in fitting terms every one was saying that a good man a Christian gentleman had gone In groups the neighbors stood outside while the hearse waited and recalled incidents in his useful life Among them a young laboring man of intelli this was the incident which he related When I first came to town four years ago I got a job on an ice wagon It was heavy work and I was not strong as now but I got on pretty well One morning I came to deliver ice at the judges house just as he came out at the front door and started for his train lie hurried past me with- a nod for while he did not know he was always courteous to every one I was carrying 150 pounds of ice and it was a pretty heavy load As passed me he noticed it and turned See here young man said he 1 cant allow this Set that down I set it he took hold of the other handle tongs and helped me carry it into the kitchen Now said he dont undertake such a load again He had missed his train and he went by the companys office and told them so I learned that the work was too heavy for a boy His protest in the putting of another man on each wagon that distributed ice in Marge cakes I always thought it showed the of man he was The incident seemed trivial perhaps compared with others that lated some of which concerned enterprises and conspicuous public services but there was something about this little incident that caused all to remember it I am not sure said one man but that incident best displays his character To help with a burden that was too heavy to go out of his way to seek anothers good to miss a train that he a wrong so common and respectable that no one else thought of it or thought of it only as some thing that could not be helped and to do it all unostentatiously courteously and successfully what better proof could be desired that he was a true Christian gentleman Youths Com panion Not the Highest Stand Christ forbids His people to stand jealously upon their rights and calls them to give these up on proper oc casion for higher ends A life based op giving and exacting right is a life than one which seeks only and selfindulgence But it is not the highest It tends to a condition in which men are at strife with each other over their mutual claims Mazzini says society is not held gather by rights but by sympathy by selfsacrifice by heroism All thes abounded in the life of Jesus To give asking nothing again was burden of His life and was His ration of the goodness of the Father To that He calls us in us to ex ceed the righteousness of the Phari sees and to be is our Father in S Times The Pure In Heart j The pure in heart not only see themselves but they become a for transmitting His thoughts to oth ers It is at last as if God were think fot ing through every look and of the purified soul Lucy Larcom Fear God a To realize the majesty and power M God will doubtless make a man fe God but that same man will cea from that moment to fear anybody anything else Wellspring Live and Love Life outweighs all things if love s I within it Goethe Fooling the Baby I New sir the out and I cant do a thing baby He cries all the time t Mr Winks Humph must be done Let me see an idiot asylum only squ es inmates to come down here At wee Ill pay all charges But what do you such a as that fI think maybe she willp able to talk baby talk to Mm untiBs mother Fo returns N Y Weekly r e REST restthe thee L the down and ofthe resulted kind were another mightright hIgh- er pleasure A to Chris t perfectas d HeavenS G1 move men GirlPlease miss Y So teffi he s away up for le I room press t andO me a few Send one oft want creature J rev d din b t7 iil llAinfiBLK CUKE OF CKOUP A Lime JJoys Life Saved I have words to say regarding Chamber Cough Remedy Itsaved my little boys life and I feel that praise it enough I bought a bottle of it from A E Steere of Goodwin S D and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe I gave the medicine as directed every ten minutes until he threw up and then I thought sure he was going to choke to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth in great long strings I am positive that if I had not got that bot tie of cough medicine my boy would DemontdeMc Roberts druggist You may close your eyes to your faults but your neighbors will not Women and Jewels Jewels candy flowers man that is the order of a womans preferences form a magnet of mighty pow er 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 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 Bosehees German Syrup Itwill promptly arrest consumption In its early stages and heal the affected lungs and bronchial tubes and drive the dread disease from the system Itis not a cureall but it is a certain cure for coughs colds and all bron chial troubles You can get Dr G G Greens reliable remedies at Stormes drug store Get Greens Special There is no cement that will repair broken promises BruinFood Nonsense Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent au thorities They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain another for mus cles and another for brains A correct diet will not only nourish a particular put of the body but it will sustain every other part Yet how ever good your food may be its nutri ment is destroyed by indigestion or dyspepsia must prepare for their r prevent their coming by taking re fular doses of Greens Au gust Flowe the favorite medicine of the health millions A few doses aids digestion stimulates the liver to healthy purifies the blood and buoyant and vigorous You can Dr G G Greens reliable a Stormes drug store Get Greens Almanac 6m Some pa ple would rather be consis tent right Especially Liable Burns and cuts are extreme ly if neglected often re suit in poisoning Children are especially liable such mishaps be cause careful As a remedy JJe Witts Hazel Salve is unequa ed out the fire stops the pain soon t ls the wound Beware of Sure cure for piles s Witch Hazel Salve cured of eczema after two physic ians e her up writes James Mock N Ind The sores were soI soiled two to live dresses a I like polishing powder up the spoons DontJ Live Together and health never go eWitts Little Early Riss promote easy action of the distress I have been with costiveness nine years J Depauw Ind I many remedies but Little Risers give best results F P much pleasure is apt to be the dlect cause of a mans troubles A Cure for Lumbago C Williamson of Amherst Va more than a year I suffer F from lumbago i finally tried Pain Balm and it gave entire relief which all other rem had failed to do Sold by R E druggist The egotist thinks he is in a 1000 and the other 999 are the ciphers A New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of in Bucklers Arnica Salve It Sills pain from Burns Scalds Cuts Bruisss conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores cures Eruptions Salt Rheum and Felons removes Corns and Warts Best pile cure on earth Only R E McRoberts Lancaster and Fish Co Paint Lick druggists Many a man has made the too late that marriage is a ernment contract Heads Should Never Ache Never endure this trouble Use at once the remedy that stopped it for Mrs N A Webster of Winnie Va she writes Dr Kings New Life Pills wholly cured me of sick headaches I had from for two years Cure Constipation 25c at R E McRoberts Lancas ter and Fish Co PaintLick Some men pay cash for everything they buy because they want to and others they have to Fatal kidney and bladdertroubles I J t lb th3HBe of c vin nS n at Stormes car I ins toJewels Almanac Gm still u soappearance I act n memakes you eel g heremedIes S vial Chi Iren raises painfu and bl od to n io itch Dr S county sits DeW remy ba g W ster bad s day F r Frisbie Fli align brig ns 1 C stipatior tog ler out tr led sa h 6 E iy F bie no iW RYS For Jllamberlains ne dies the 1 mfort cat 1 poor discovery suffered 1 t E V a few I cannot will that e boils ti Greene trig lldtoberts Boils S got Headache Biliousness because always be I Lancaster Marble Works ALL KINDS OF Monuments and Tombstones All work furnished on short notice and in best possible manner Prices range from upward Call at works near the depot S McGUIRE The Eye Specialist of LOUISVILLE KY 8 GoldsteinQIRc At Mason Hotel Ky Monday Feb 3rd One Day Only Eyes Examined and Glasses scientifically adjusted Oflice hours 9 a m to 5 pm Lancaster MOST YOUNG MEN See visions and dream dreams of future compe tency and independant old 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 KentuckyIncontestable from date of issue It creates an im mediate estate An in vestment 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 District Agt Lancaster Ky j C BECK Jr Special Agt State Bank Trust Co Building Richmond Ky A oftl DAVIDSON i S IKeep Out Wet Interlined with oiled labric A handsome snappy watcr tight shoe at a low price Come in and try it on for call wear Ward Syinpsoii A It good The SuperlactiveThat and nothing less than that applies in describing our overcoat service The New Yoke Overcoat builttomeasure for our customers by The Royal Tailors of Chicago represents the outside limit in strictly swag ger dress As spotless as virtue and asgraceful as a twostep Comeand see our new this months The HARVARD The YALE LIPTON Style is right into them Tizzy FIT The one you get is made for you And low is the marvel of the merchant tailoring world jWe make the other styles of oVercoats too Automobile Raglan fashionable dress for men and boys Pay less and dress better Our stock is still unbroken for Suits of our price 15 1850 and 20 To be sure of getting a suit for ChrisMias place your vI 1 c t t oJ trimmingsandtheplates I the prig heR London Top Co t ever tar t ti on u rr rr rr- It Tile hammered 1 She ingin order MIL a MH t About The People Mr II M Ballou made a business trip to Stanford Monday Mr and Mrs Fox of Eaton Ohio are visiting their daughter Mrs Jacob Jim Pearceand Henry Simpson went to Louisville Monday to take in the sights Miss Alberta Anderson is in visiting her cousins Misses Embry Miss Margaret Hackley of has been here a few days with relatives Dr OBanon and wife of Stanford have been visiting Mr John K West and family Mrs David Chenault Sr of has been visiting her daughter Mrs J W Elmore Solon B Henry and daughter Miss i Fannie went to Louisville Monday to spend a few days Mr Samuel C May of Rollings Ky has been visiting the family of B Jarvis the past week Mr Will Anderson and wife of Ala bama have been visiting his uncle Mr John M Higginbotham Mr R L Jenningsthe hustling Paint Lick merchant spent Sunday with his wife at Mr J C Thompsons Mrs Charles Frisbie and pretty ba by Gladys left Monday for a visit to Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Mr J Randolph Harris wife and by of Lincoln were with Mr E W Harris and wife a few days last week Mrs Dorcas Walker has returned home from a week visit to her daugh ter Mrs George Robinson of Huston vllle George Harris telegraph operator of Pineville was expected this week to visit his parents E W IIarris and wife Miss Ethel Grant who has been vis iting her grand mother Mrs Harriet Price has returned to in Danville Miss Lilly T West who is attend ing school in Uicholasville spent tiltholidays with her parents Mr Alex West Col Billy Burton returned Sunday from the south where he disposed of a a car load of mules He reports the market dull Danville Advocate Miss fromFrankliudecided to remain until after Madri Gras at New Orleans if K cal college in MCtiday where he will spend the rest of the Benton is studying hard and a credit for his applica Lion a ay in in ii Y H I Joseph Lexington Georgetown Richmond V bad t her nome Julia lUgr u jtO Louisville 4 t I andD is the iii- ar winter mucb its i ny fr Bu call the sir Dee Guliey staid to Texas George Smith returned Monday from a visit to Sperset Miss Bertie of Nicholasville is visiting Scott at Garrard i Misses LaGrange have been with McRoberts for a few days Richmond Mr Alex Den spent WedneW at his home near Lancaster Mrs George Bice of Danville has been visiting parents Judge and Mrs Eph Mr John Artfrson whose serious illness was routed in last issue is some better Mr of Illinois is visiting his Mrs an ausencef sixteen years Rev CharleAI Reid wife and of have been here visiting the tally of Mr T W Reid Squire Sat Johnson and wife a of friends at din ner last in manne Misses Ale Marksbury and Bradle were with Miss Tevis Carpenter t Stanford Friday and attended th ball Misses Tvis Carpenter and Pearl Burnside oStanford were with Miss Christine radley to attend the ball Thursday peeing Horace Leslie and Ben Herndon went to Laisville Monday The was turning to his work in In ant other states Rev Ir Parton has been transfered m the rates Creek to the Cumber land River Baptist Association Bro Parton good man and is doing ear nest his Master1 Mr Wif H Lackey of called Sunday by the serious illness of his brother Wesley Mrs Lackey at her fathers Judge R A during his absence Our friend Cal East of Madison was in town last week and paid RECORD office a pleasant many years Mr East was a distiller in the county and made as fine an article as one ever stuck his tooth in Mr W 0 Dunlap who is serving in 16th Infantry has our thanks for toothpick made from a walrus tooth the anima being caught in the Berhing sea He also sent his mother number of interesting articles made Alaska Mr Robert E Hughes and wife of Louisville were here last week visit ing their isnow wort Pn the associated with C in a special line of newspaper work that appears to us as mighty good thing THE RECOUD which Bob deviled for some years wishes him all kinds of success He Monday I k MiilCY thee Moun Mr E ter i fBrow J Vincen eyton W B Jarvis after children Midd barn entertained ember Th lday theirusual sumptuous Christine former if a to eras 1 or a C OusJey t t iY si r work fur DicCreary old county LIE parents Bub Court was as s of t certainly a deserving young man JJim Anderson who spent Christ mas with his mother returned work with the Southern Railway Monday He tells us the work on the BurginJelico extension was completed a few weeks ago The many friends of Mr J R Hasel den will be glcd to know that he is from a tussle with a severe cold For a time it was would have pneumonia but the ger is past we are glad to note Frank Pumphrey a typo on the Somerset Journal came up to spend Xmas with his parents He is well pleased with his job and like else says Seph Campbell is one of the best men in the world Capt W J Kinnaird orders his copy of THE RECORD sent to San An tonia Texas at which place he will spend the winter Its a safe bet that he will court every girl and insure mans life in the Lone Star state Danville Jno S man has returned from a visit to Lex jngton and Jessamine county She went over to attend the reception by Mr and Mrs W B Hayden td meet Mr A G Hayden and bride Lexington Leaser Mr and Mrs Wood G Dunlap entertained at a de liclous course dinner Thursday for the family and immediate relatives in honor of the Christmas season Among the guests were Judge and Mrs George Denny and Mrs E D Potts Miss Ollie Marrs youngest j of James R Marrs formerly editor this paper was married in last week to Mr John F Patton of vay Ind The wedding was a qtjet one only the immediate families e ing present They will reside in vay W TV White came in from Texas to spend a few days with lis parents Capt and Mrs F J Whitjj He is connected with the large ing establishment of Armstrong C and holds down a good job He not been in Lancaster for thirteen Mr Buckner Allen who will be by the society set of a few years ago has been appointed private secretary by Mayor Duncan of Lex ington Mr Allen has a number of friends here who are glad to hear of his appointment Buck is a fine fellow a full yard wide and all wool The dinners served at the New Gar rard Christmas day were elaborate in every detail A great many dined there both noon and evening The Garrard is quite popular with the home people as well as travelers It is magnificent in every par alar and people have reason to brag on Danville Louise Kauff man one of Lancasters ful young ladies was in Danville shop ping last Saturday Mrs William R Cook of Lancaster was here looking at the Christmas display to his ugh allL 1 pact P S icautii i surveyors recovering everybody every NewsMrs given evening daughter f years remembered cert uto every NewsMiss most Saturday l t r fear B Da ell 1 S its ZP 1 T J 4 T 4 A 1 4 I in it is 4 A 1 I las T Y 4 o o o o o o 0 o THE NHW J YHAB I e 0 0 0O 0 0 0- r 0 0o OldlQOl has been a great one for this store Pros1 Our business has more than 0 YEAR rhanks and best wishes to you our patrons But y nt won we other wows to conquer and renewed efforts and greater energy TK be put forth to merit your increased patronage W friends one and all A HAPPY NEW YEAR g With a of health and happiness we are 0 I Very Truly Yours The One Price Cloth ier anc Furnisher TV Logan f fer 1 f of 4 f one i of the i srs i r T i operlty thrived on merit Hundreds of new patrons have bee dded to our list g doubled i lId a grand start made to begin the NEW 2we are content wIth the battle already have Q 2 llmeasure 2I 0 Jll 0 0 f ii 4 7 jk r his A o 0 0p 0 r o x lO 1 o o o O r op O G 0000rGcoQx a Trr t 4 a of V N Messrs John Walker and John An derson of Lancaster were in Danville Sunday Collier of Lan caster was here and spent Sunday with friends Marshal Noel was here a few days this week Miss Cora Ward entertained a few friends Monday evening Mrs Ben Hughes is visiting Sutton of Marksbury Mrs Tom Evans is very sick at the home of her father Mr Frank Moss Miss Theo TTetnnhill was hostess to few of her friends Wednesday even ing Mrs H M Powell has been very sick but we are very glad to say she is out again Mr and Mrs Chas Denman spent a few davs with her parents during the holidays Hudson of Danville the guest of her cousin Miss Hudson Mr Tom Hampton of Winchester is expected this week to make a visit few days Mrs Ross Burnside of Barbourville is Parents Squire W H Kinnaird and wife Mrs Alex West and daughter Lillie spent several days with Mrs Jas Dudderar in Stanford Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Covington of Mrs J E Stormes Richmond avenue Messrs Jim and Charlie Leavell of Indiana are the guests Leavell and family The friends of Miss Mattie hompson are glad to know of her re of her recent illness Mrs Sam is at home again om a Parents Mr and rs Duncan ot Nicholasville Mr and Mrs H Blankenship of St Charles Mo have been visiting the family of Mr W J Romans Mrs Letcher Owsley and beautiful a little daughter Mary Lou returned from a short visit in Cincinnati Miss Roberta Funk one of Nicho asviiie s most beautiful young ladies the guest of Miss Lucile Scott It Miss Virginia Thompson who has pen the attractive guest of Miss Mary urnside returned Monday to me in Frankfort A J Tribble Jr and J R visited Mr Shelby Tribble RECOKD otlice this week and soil ended the mask party w W Young who has been visiting T Capt and Mrs F J left this morning for a short to Owensville after which he will to school in Dallas Tex1 Maggie Tomlinson entertained attrds Wednesday evening Those were Misses Altie and Bessie Messrs Ed Doty Dave of Wafer and Robert Davidson M Hattie Tankersley and children of Ser Creek Mr and Mrs S M Jor dan son of Paint Lick spent holis with their parents Mr on Danville A v enue i TheXmas dinners at the Garrard men and many of our citi zens led there The usual Sunday dinne and suppers will continue to be and we would advise thatyou Her iny friends in Lancaster ex tend sy athy to Miss Hattie Robert sOn on ft death of her sister which the family home in Cyn bluethiana Miss Hattie will re turn to tonight Mr Lasky has been spending the with Col L F Hubble fr i TI the hot i building no one save him self in of the place He was lonesome at first but he now used 0 it silk Mr WilV White who has been eredspending fe with his par ents Captnd Mrs F J White re cloth turned to his home in Dal Texas many friends were glad to again and to learn med that he Is in a profitable bus iness and money THE XEC OBD wishes Ifti continued success white Danville Mr H G Sandi returned flow Louisville Saturday Sandifer at the Mr Joe P of Covington were such that could notleave home i white The at the Mason Hotel Tuesday evening by Messrs John Simpson Tribble was of of the most social events the holidays There were about forty couples of folks present and and all say they never had a more en Sam joyable time Thd costumes very catchy and some or them quite pretty ham After some time spent in the parlors masks were and all ad journed to the dining room where a W delightful was served Mrs Simpson superintending this in her usual apt manner Mes Simpson and Tribble were bent on making all have a goo Jtime and they certainly succeeded in doing so We Is regret thatJack of ti prevented se curing of those present and what they represented V v I REOOBDlTr John toTennM perhaps dont know me very well I rasbprn and I er is of pit an a silk at roses the skirt MJS Mrs rests skirt ence lug this and 6 00 I J H Miss of a visiting her meT many every Has Jdcn visit to her herfor THE grandparents ite rn ss pr nt d thewas Pore Lborate se tr here occurre Ii flay ncaster Jo s and Mr Is staying ROckcastrings and eats and sleeps fiv files saysmull pre yes Vills se im elm log A where he atte d a reunion of Tamil sister Mrs K Taylor All memsIlk hers of the fa ly with the exception S ndlfer were present a d his business a oyable Oung were r supper West ie Dir W Ban Sim chmond sbury firs wPumphrcy were half day gel D riday lute Mrs mask pa Shelby the names renew Wipes you rsDiedthree wiles belo r u i S mull toTs s fiend her three K my Of me Miss Mason the passed Mr Long Of his march for the year Mr and He is steady THE life of The men young lovlier sweeter was smooth heat was the This B band view ol men There have Miss mull Miss Miss black Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss white in Miss The Crutch Frank Bourse 20 Boones Creek I left therein Decem 1850 and have only been back times I am a cousin of John West While the people may not remember me yet I often think of good old Garrard county and the ma ny noble people there Please present best wishes to one inquiring With best wishes I am Jno West Stanford Democrat Miss Jennie Wallace of Garrard is the guest of Minnie Woods Misses Kit and Mattie May Robinson of Lancaster dined with Miss Sarah Baughman yesterday and with the latter went to Hustonville to visit Miss Edna Baughman Mr 0 T Wallace and wife of Paint Lick are guests of Mrs Adelia Woods Mr Wallace was the recent prohibition candidate for Governor Mrs Sena youngdaughterthrough yesterday on their way Tencessee Lear surprised his ma ny friends last week by taking unto himself a wife For some time he had been paying much attention to Miss Fannie Harris who was visiting Mrs at the New Garrard but none friends thought the couple were thinking of marrying John stole the on his friends however and Wednesday night they took the train Cincinnati where they were at the Palace hotel They return ed Friday Bight and have rooms at The bride came to from Circleville Ohio about a ago and had charge of the trim department in Miss Dove millinery store She is quite a handsome and attractive young lady Lear has resided here all his life numbers his friends by the score employed in Mr Logans store and is one of the most and reliable young men in town RECORD wishes the couplea long happiness dance given by tIle young gen at the opera house last week was success in every particular The gentlemen were on their best behavior theyoungladiesnever looked nor did Harry Saxton make music than on this occasion feared by some that the stage enough for the dance but when put in condition six sets of were easily formed with room another The floor soon became the lights were brilliant the perfectly regulated and there absolutely no dirt anywhere to handsome dresses of the ladies plan was suggested by Manager had all perfect in every detail The was stationed in the orchestra a while the spectators sat in the auditorium where they had a good the merry dancers and could distinctly hear the sweet music of Saxtons famous orchestra The young had given tickets to a great many their friends and the house was comfortably tined by spectators The jticket plan was worked strictly and objectionable element that crowd in at events of this kind shut out completely Dancing began at nine oclock and it the program was completed were so many ladies and gentle present as spectators that we only orroom to give a list of those who participated which is as follows Tevis Carpenter Stanford pink pink ribbons Pearl Burnside Stanford white mull diamonds Anie Bronaugh Crab Orchard silk trimmed in blue chiffon Bertie James Crab Orchard silk black lace overdress IfwhiteSue Ogelvie Paint Lick white Margaret Mount Lagrange green organdie Miss Joan LaGrange yellow trimmed in black velvet Lucy Scott Lancaster black skirt white satin waist Carrie Currey white embroid Tarswiss blue ribbons Mary Gill Lancaster old rose trimmed in lace Christine Bradley Lancaster silk black lace overdress trim blue satin with steel spangles El diamonds Altie Marksbury Lancaster satin white net overdress pink diamonds Mrs T B Long Lancaster black waist AmericanBeautieF J E Stormes Lancaster blue trimmed in black insertion Chas Frisbie Lancaster black heliotrope silk Landram white silk EE net overdress young men were Messrs Jim Chenault and Joe Watts fcRichmond Jack Route and Flor Stanford Donald Buchanan and Perkins of Crab Orch Harry Robinson Ben Herndon Will and Marshall Denny HerbertKinnaird Wade TerrillBran Beazley Louis West Ed Doty Marksbury Jno Burnside Louis Anderson Jno Stormes and Louis Landram AFmreat relieved to a great extent by send them to the Commercial College of Kentucky University for a Business Hundreds of the graduates of College once farmer boys clerks teachers are receiving from 1000 p6r year or in profit Address particulars Wilbur R Smith Jbeilngton Ky of will or The is lot e te I I 1 i i i s 1 and ISto John F married Garrard Lancaster ofming Harris IT T clothing tIe not large Long who the arrangements was Mount Miss E yellow lace waist Louis DICkAndrew IHerndop Will and Charley West C Per 5e or Daughter ap pc i fraternally was sort Jep Aazfety la for f ra- R a Judge Wm Shugars was sworn in as Police Judge He is a out yeSterday without gans action neys male follow by R Fish The lifd is of he known Its lungs and give a him to Tablets H Cascade than again them mouth and afford The forget never rrm Pneumonia and La Grippe you but knew the splendid merit Foleys Honey and Tar you would be without it A dose or two prevent an attack of pneumonia la grippe It may save your life prevention of consumption is en tirely a question of commencing the treatment in time Nothing so well adapted to ward off fatal lung troubles as Foleys Honey and C C J E Stormes The Secret of Life Consists in keeping all the main or of the body in healthy regular and in quickly destroying deadly disease germs Electric tors regulate Stomach Liver and purify the blood and give a splendid appetite They work won ders in curing Kidney Troubles Fe Complaints Nervous Diseases Constipation Dyspepsia and Malaria Vigorous health and strength always their use Only 50c guaranteed E McRoberts Lancaster and Co Paint Lick druggists r Many a man has a good appetite and nothing to eat while others have to eat but no appetite Finds Way to Live Long startling announcement of a Discovery that will surely lengthen made by editor O H Downey Churubusco Ind wish to state writes that Dr Kings New Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have ever for Coughs Colds and Grip invaluable to people with weak Having this wonderful no one need dread Pneumonia or Consumption Its relief is instant cure certain R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee every 50c and bottle and trial bottles free If young man owns real estate in large city it is an easy matter tOt find a girl willing to share his A Good Recommendation I have noticed that the sale on Chamberlains Stomach and Liver is almost invariably to those who have once used them says Mr Weber a prominent druggist of Iowa What better could any medicine have for people to call for it when In need of such a remedy Try when you feel dull after eating when you have had a bad taste in your feel bilious have no appetite when troubled with constipation you are certain to be delighted with the prompt relief which they For sale by R E McRoberts druggist average man has such a good memory that he finds it impossible t the things he doesnt want to remember II plenty I Discovery for medicine 1 I 1 Lone Bi recommendation proper Lancaster Stone Yards Near L N 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 onJAS I WHITE LANCASTER KY R KINNAIRD INSURANCE AetnaQueen Palatine Nations Hartfori Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool london Globe North British Xerchantile A FREE PATTERN Depot- t f L1 Aetna Life Ins Go of HartfordCou subscriber 1 eIIaers MAGAZINE GALLS CALLM PATiERNS A LADIES MAGAZINE A gem beautiful colored Ut economic fani Lady agents wanted Send for terms Stylish Reliable Economical and Absolutely I t Paper Subscribeto All Sears Allowed tile Bastlay aM Uses to and eachnonefor thcm Sold in and town or mail from THE McCALL CO 113115n7 West 31st St NfW YOlK Md Perferatiess dell Set II Only cents hl her esery styby y SJttfmiff iffiff m in nr in m in m in w HI in m in IK m nr HI in III The Time For TORNADOES Has Arrived Several cities and towns have been greatly damaged and lives lost by VIOLENT WINDS Have your property insured against loss by Cyclones Tornadoes and Wind storms It costs but little R KINNAIR Ia I many it 3 U117JIIIuii1W11tuW1Ult II1 111111A1A1Wl11WWY1J11JYW I k t Poison oak Poison ivy are among the best known of dangerous wild plants and shrubs To touch or handle them and inflammation with in tense itchingand of the skin The eruption soon disappears ferer but r T1r 7 almost soon as the little blisters and pustules appeared the poison had reached out at regular intervals and each time in a more form This poison will loiter the system for years every atom of it must be forced out of blood before you Bfl i expect a perfect permanent cure as aggravated sssNatares AitWete Natures Peisois f FOR the only cure for Poison Oak Poison Ivy all noxious plants It is com posed exclusively of roots and herbs Now is the to get the poison out of system as delay makes condition worse Dont experiment longer with salves washes never cure Mr S M Marshall bookkeeper of the Atlanta Ga Gas Light Co was with Poison Oak He took Arsenic and various other and applied externally numerous lotions and salves no At times the swelling and inflammation was so severe he was For eight the poison would muchimproveda bottles cleared his blood of the and all evidences of the disease disappeared are often poisoned without knowing when orhow your case to our physicians and will cheerfully such information and ad as you require without charge and we will at the same time an jug bookon Blood and Skin Diseases THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA JffAllKSBDRY Delayed Letter Asa Daly bought of Henry Parks a fat hog for David Swope sold to George Aid ridge a fat log for 15 Many good wishes and a merry Christmas to the editor and THE RECORD force Mr David Swope was so as to have his house consumed by fire last Saturday night The fire originated from a defective flue they saved the piano but very little furniture They lost about 40 in money Much sympathy is extended especially to the invalid sister who had taken on her couch to the nearest neighbor where she was given every attention tyisSjLee returned Saturday from Georgetown College to spend Xmas with her parents Mr and Mrs T I Herring Madam Rumor re ports a wedding in this neighborhood this week Miss Maggie Durham of Coalport arrived Wednesday with the N H Bogie has returned home from Danville where she has been at the bedside of her nephew Master Freddy Hughes who still continues seriously ill with brain fever NGWS Theodore Young accidentally shot and killed himself in Mercer county Samuel Cornelius a negro died in Christian county at the age of 109 yearsThe government wants blacksmiths and horseshoers for duty in the at per month The report of several persons being killed in a fight in Clay county was without foundation During a Christmas festival in Mad ison county Jreen Jenkins mortally wounded George White Two men were killed and three mortally wounded at different points in Bell county yesterday The usual number of Christmas crimes and casualties are reported from over the State A big oil gusher has been brought in near Barbourvllle and the oil caught fire the blaze being seen for miles around Former President Cleveland appointment o the industrial de partment of the National Civic Feder ation A party of men dressed as women tookLizzie Owens and her little son fromtheir home in Laurel county whipped them unmercifully Standard Oil Company has just declared a dividend of 8 per cent ma kingjra total of 40 per cent for this year It has earned 271 percent in the ten years attacked a detachment of NATURE Womans Constitution Beginningat the time when girlhood blossoms womairtdaysof cold and suffering come again justas the1 continues everlastingly to grow and den patiently with rare The onlygain Is through alleviation strengtheningherself insuring nerves and rest t is me soapsthey dm S ears th j 17 t unfortunate robe homefolks Mrs r O OO 0 000 eo 0 0 0000 000 C O OO 0 0 0 Phil- ippi es 75 accepted and The Bo men all herthe sliver streaks proclaim advancing bring her chillsdiscomfort and depressIon yet she bears bur 4 alxnostb1in GGNERAL past womanhood I first few wane and I IMDFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR will warm her through and alleviate herBuffering depressing pain strengthen her nerves drive stop that socthe her like a and her safely and comfortably through her troubles There will be no obstructed periods The everrecurrent and the monthly moon will regularlyupon each other tithes a of druggists for f100 bottle LTHE BRADIFELD REGULATOR co k ATLANTA GA U W You are Welcome to FBEEpock i 4 u tl our Illustrated for C r the Ninth Infantry in the Island of Samar and sevenAinericans were kill and seven wounded Suit was filed at Frankfort by David M Govlntftpn vs Gus Coulter Audi tor and others to test the constitu tionality of the 000 for the Goebel reward fund Dr G M Crayton a Lebanon Ky dentist kissed the pretty wife of Marion Pearce an L and U engineer while she was in his chair After being severely Hogged by tIle husband he was chased out of town lIon John H Westoverof Grant county favors an appropriation of 200000 for the States representation at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and will be one of a committee of Jive from the Kentucky Press Association to urge the matter at Frankfort The Atlantic and Pacific Oil Com pany operating on Richland creek in Knox county yesterday brought in a well having a capacity estimated as high as 1000 barrels a day The oil is shooting into the air and is burning fiercely The price of leases in Knox and Ruckcastle counties has risen 500 per cent as a result of the strike This is the biggest well ever brought in in Knox county The Prohibitionists of Kentucky will present a new plan for the of the liquor traffic to the next Legislature Under the present law all territory is open to retail liquor dealers except where prohhition has been voted The new plan proposes that this arrangement shall be revers ed and that the saloon shall be except where it is specifically permitted to exist The statement has been made that the negro race was on the decline while as a matter of fact the figures of the decade prove that it has increased The percentage of for all persons of color is 178 and out of that percentage the may claim all but a very small part There are now more than twice as many of them in the country as there were in the days of slavery and they constitute almost oneeighth of the total population The Kentucky Educational adjourned Saturday after a resolution to ask the coming Legislature to amend the school law so as to abolish the thirdclass certiff cate make the county the taxing unit give the school district tempo rary authority to vote a taxto build school houses and revamp the system in important particulars d Junction regulation prohibited frequently increase ne- groes Association adopting trustee w act It tSouth Carolina now raises tea which sells for per pound The value of the cotton and of the southern states last year was 545000000 W B Burton sold to Mode Nichols of Lexington a pair of horses for 400 It was a toppy team There are now thirtynine beet factories in successful operation in this country The state of gan leading with twelve Winzer Bros stock raisers in Doni phan county Kansas are fattening their hogs on flour They claim that it is better for feeding than wheat or The Kentucky Court of Appeals has decided that tobacco warehouses may charge 2 per hogshead for selling hue must pay for the 10pound sample Bert Rash of North Middletown bought 23 hogs and in order to them from rooting clipped their noses on Saturday On Sunday 7 of them were dead Those who have examined the crops not only in Clark county but of others in the Burley districtre port that the crop is very deficient both in quantity and quality Win chester Democrat Last year Missouri produced more manufactured tobacco than any other State in the Union over 78000000 pqunds passing through its factories And in proportion to population in 1900 paid more internal tax than any other State except one It seems like old times to hear of cattle selling around 7 as was the case recently when a number of sold at that figure This is said to be the highest figure touched for about seventeen years Feeding fifty cent corn will demand that pri ces will remain not far from this Some time ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of of pains in her chest and had a bad I gave her Chamber lains Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days she was well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven years and have never known it to fail says James Prendergast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia which in this instance was undoubtedly warded off by Cham berlalns Cough Remedy Ifc counter acts any tendency of a cold toward pneumonia Sold by McRoberts druggist Crushing seems to be satisfac factory for calves colts i ahd all young cattle during the par ticularly if to the limit It fs also sea son for dairy Corn and cob meal 12 cottonseed sugar corn tobacco prevent morning tobacco Missouri revenue figure cough j R E r corn averages sii ble tan 1 iiMid consignments tbej are being led cows 1 a seem to be nlOte satisfadtory than corn meal because of the fact that while it has no nutritive val ue has a favorable effect on the ani malls stomach For steers twoyears old and particularly for healthy hogs it is doubtful whether any prepara tion of grain feed is necessary other than possibly the shelling of the corn near the end of the fattening period The many friends of G II liausan Engineer L E W R R at living at Lima 0 will be pleased to know of his recovery from kidney disease He says I was cured by using Foleys Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially trainmen who are usually similarly alliicted C C J E Stormes There is no farm crop that is more easily speedily and greatly affected by the supply of moisture than is the potato It has been found by expert ment that it takes about 425 tons to grow a ton of dry matter of A crop of 200 bushels per acre would therefore require iSO tons water equivalent to a of nearly six inches Because of its need for large water supply and its remarkable susceptibility to climatic conditions it follows that the average potato yield is affected more by water supply than by lack of plant food The selection of soil and methods of cult ure must be with these facts in view if success is to be had The liberal application of fertilizers or the of large amounts of readily avail able plant food will prove of bnt little value if the moisture supply is It is also true that too much water will check the growth as quick ly and effectually as too little Cor American Agriculturist In fled Four Weeks Vlth Grippe We have received the following from Mr Roy Kemp of Angola Iud I was in bed four weeks with la grippeand I tried many remedies and spent considerable for treatment with physicians but I received no until I tried Foleys Iloney and Tar Two small bottles of this cured me and I now use it in my family Foleys Honey and Tar has long been a house hold favorite for all throat and lung troubles C C Stormes When one lawyer in a small village would starve two can make a good living There is a great big moral con cealed in this Child AVorth Millions My child is worth millions to me says Mrs Mary Bird of HarrisburgPa yet I would have lost her by croup had I not purchased a bottle of One Minute Cough tCure One Minute Cough cure is sure cure for coughs croup and throat and lung trouble An absolutely safe cough cure which acts immediately The youngest child can take it with entire safety The little ones like the taste and how often it helped them Every family should have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure handy At this season especially it may be needed suddenly Did it jver occur to you that fully 98 per cent the dolls offered for sale are girls A Profitable Investment I was troubled for about seven years with my stomach and in bed half my time says E Demick Ind I spent about 1000 and never could get anything to help me until 1 tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have taken a few bottles and am well You dont live by what you eat but by what you digest and assimilate If your stomach doesnt digest your food you are really starving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does the work by digesting the food You dont have to diet Eat all you want Kodol Dyspepsia cures all stomach troubles F P Frisbie THE CABBAGE WORM One of tIle Most Destructive and Pests with Which Former Have to Contend The common white butterfly seen in cabbage fields is an imported and very destructive It was first seen in this country about 1S59 and was discovered at Quebec A few years later it was found in some of the New England states and has gradually spread over a large area of the United States The adult insect is shown in the The eggs are laid upon cab t co the cob present threatened water potatoes approximately rainfall presence deficient La letter relief medicine exclusively Refuse substitues J E remember P P Frisbie pf Somerville entirely stomachs Prolific insect female illustration J I I ruPur 45 4W 4 5 THE PEST IN VARIOUS STAGES and allied plants producing the wellknown green cabbage worm After feeding for a time the worm leaves the plant changes to a chry salis from which the adult emerges shortly afterward There are broods each Attempts have been made to these pests by the cultivation of a contagious disease which has been found to Attack the worms This remedy However lidS not been successful jther means must be for destruction the worms although tedious an effective remedy on small areas several season destroy and f llo cd Handpicking t j bage 5 I insect powucr mown also as pyre thrum or buhacli may be mixed with six or eight times its bulk of flour and dusted on the plants It should be applied about once a week It is not injurious to human beings- In some places hot water has used to good advantage It can applied at a temperature of about 130 degrees without injuring the plant and is sure death to the worms where it reaches them Paris green is perhaps the simplest and best remedy The poison should be mixed at the rate of one part in 100 of flour and dusted over the plants when the dew is on or immediately after a rain Frequent application should be made so that the young worms are destroyed shortly after hatch ing Orange Judd Farmer Puck JluHer vtJUi Care J Butter for shipment or for the home market should have much great er care than is usually given at the farm dairy Of course the size and kind of package will depend upon the demands of the customers If tubs are wanted see that the butter is put in solidly The top may be smoothed off evenly by means of a straightedge or Wire A cloth Is then spread over the top of the a light layer of salt is sprinkled over the cloth If prints are wanted see that they are carefully and neatly made are wrapped in parchment paper and care fully packed Use special care with small packages designed for custom trade Orange Judd Farmer Trying to Ji incfy Itflimn Prof James Dewar said in a recent lecture to the IJoyal society in Lon don that the hope of being able to liquefy helium depends upon subject big it to the same process that sac cceds with hydrogen only instead of using liquid air under exhaustion as the primary cooling agent liquid hydrogen itself must be employed Liquid helium seems to have a of about five degrees above absolute zero In order to get within one degree of absolute zero Prof Iiewnr added another gas must found as much more volatile lluni helium as helium is titan L tirogeu Science New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH7 tf AND THE Pacific Coast In effect Sunday May 10 The mw train will leave St Louis at 9 a4n daily Evening train to same pOhts 1010 p m daily Double vice line witnout change of sleeping car to San Francisco Esursion tickets now on sale I For further informption address K G MATTHEWS Tarveling Pass Agent Louisvlli Ky II C TOAVNSEXI I Genl Passenger and Ticket Agt St Lons Queen Crescent Time PASSE8 DANVILLE I NORTH BOUND Number 10 except Sunday Jf 09 amNumber 6 Dally Number 4 Does Xot 65C nmNumber 2 when flagged 414 Number dosent stop at Danville Jlut dotsstop at Junction City at 4 51 nm SOUTH BOUND Number 1 when flaged Number 5 Daily Ill 12 am Number On F f tuband temperature Ii f f f hard pm I pm 46 nm Number 9 except Sunday 755 pm 1I5 vmli b lit p I Mo- a C UT t CHESAPEAKE OHIO Railway Time In efcJaly 151900 i I EASreO Ci STATIONS LvLouisville 44 Winchester44 MtSterllag Philadelphia NewYork ESreOCND STATIONS LvNewYork44 Philadelphia44 44 44 Winchester ArLexlngton f 7 12am 7 Siam 8 12ftm- UOOam 8 iOBOamB 11 IOpn 438p SOOp 500pm 4 5 6 2 am 700am 5 lOam 2 I2pm 245pm 3 3Opm YorkDAILYFor car reservations or information write or telephone GEOWJfABNEYDrA LEXINGTON KY m 11 57 am 1225 nlI- G 50 am 1015 11- m1240nn S SOs m- 1120a 9 l8pm l4ipm340pm 600pni845am 705pm908pm Jam 8 95amf dam 550pm G30pmi05pm Knights of Garrara I odge No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Friday night in Masonic hall All vis iting Knights are fraternally J w SWEENEY C C G B SWINEBROAD KR S B SWINEBROAD ATTORNEY AT LAW Lancaster Ky Office over Thtnnpsons store G invited U LOCAL TIME j TABLE I Soutnbnd Mixed leaves jjaucaater 1105 AM Notthbnd Mixed j 335 rxNorthbnd Paasgt T 244 AM- Soathbnd j X2illAii u I I J Notice of Dissolution By mutual consent tIle firm of II M Ballon Co have dissolved All par ties owing said linn must settle with II M Ballou who will be found at the stand We expect prompt settle ment II M Ballon and K F Pestle 12 2u012t Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartificially digests thefood in strengthening and digestive or gans is the latest ant tonic No other preparation can approach It in in relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Heartburn j Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Headache and all other results of imperfect digestion price 50c and SI size contains 2Jtlme3I small size Book all aboutdyspepsia mailedlreo I Fjreuared by E C OeWITT CO Chicago LancasterLoctee No 104 laId nOGal and aids reconstructing digest I I I s r aturo I FAMmeetings Second and Fourth Tuesday nights Members of rig ttr lodges fraternally invited lKinnaird Landram Secretary Master j Notice of Election Then will be a meeting or the shareholders f NATIONAL BANK hold in their ankiig house in Lancaster Ky between the onrs f 10 oclock A si and 2 oclock P M fuesdiy January 14 1902 for the purpose of jleetijg five Directors to serve the ensuing DOJ 0 1901 B F HUDSON J JNO hiss of ELe ction will be a meeting of the share holders dTlio National hank of Lancaster Ky at its Tuesday January llth 1902 btweon the hours of 10 a in and 2 p m for purpose of electing live directors to the ensuing year Very Respectfully f S C DKNNV LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY LOUIS I the utsuiisn uI on server Cashiert SLited I 11T11555 Ire Bnkbuilding i e IIIJ StLoUis rJDL41Lpii pO c J F ROBINSON JR Asst Cashr DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS and Si Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers or Night Trains For rates and further information address L J IRWIN G p A LOUISVILLE KY 8 I nETWEE LvHe Louis I493 NATIONAL BANK o 4a w5- THR CAPITAL 5OOO0OO OF SURPLU Jio ooooc1 LANCASTER A President JNO E STOKMBS Vice C DENNY Cashier KY t 1 I It DENNY PresIdent- S K T EMBRY Bookceepe DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes W H Kinnaird E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages ORGANIZED 1883 RATIONAL LANCASTER FT Capital Surplus Fund 50OOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAtten tion Guarantee jM HiaeiKBOTHAM Frealden- latwis Y VlcePreaideni B V HODSOH Caahlei W O BISHXT Assistant Cashi- OD WALMB BookJteepei DIRECTORS JMHI89IHBOTHAM LX1TIB Y 1OIA71LL TM ABHOtD j B F HUDSOH J CITIZEN Bill IdA VJLL j I S ILJ7ALuR Real Estate Agents NCASTER KY Having associtd ourselves together for the purpose of doing a general Real Estat usiness offer our services to the public both to those who wish and those who wish to sell Those who have farms or ethereal estate they wish to sell will please call at the law office of R L Ilvidson over Stormes drug store and list their property for sale wius Ve will advertise it extensively in the CENTRAL RECORD o by handbills and business cards and make no charge for our servici unless a sale is made either directly or indirect ly Titles will be contracts and deeds written mortgages released etc charge have for sale can sell it quickly and to your advantage by listing us Below is a partial list of the prop alaeady listed with I S 0 DAY SOM It LANDRAM we buy ami ned withou xtra Ifyou pro ty yob 1 with us I House and Lot k McCreary Ky Fine Doc tor or Mercliiit A new and very convenient frame house four rooms hallwoy 3 inn his and a summer kitchen attached goocLeJiur every convenience In the way of outbildiugs barn buggy honsej etc Good gardd plat with strawberry bed and a nice yokg orchard splendid cistern and a stock never fails Everything is new Price Is right and terms easy I No 2 Vacant Lot in Incaster This Property is Chen and ivill go Quick I On East side of Hill street 70 feet and Sfc5 feet deep or 12 fee deep if desid a part of the Dr OP Hill property Splemld build ing site for a nice residence in a reigh borhood and one of residencA tions of the town in desirable in every particular i No 3 Vacant Lot in Lancaster Price Low Terms to stilt Purchaser On Easi side ot HiU street adjacent item No 2 t ii t in lull street 35 feet ett dfp if so desired n of Dr O P Hill place Good location hi neighborhood building site and commanding No 4 Farm of 52 Acres on Mid tile Fork of Sugar Creek Miles from Lancaster Known as the old Stone Placa Much of the land has been in grass but is now under cult vatiou 20 acres of good tobaccn or htmp land the rest is rich and productive ever failing water and teucing in good repair Laud has been well treated y story box 4 and a porch splendid cistern new barn henhouse smokehouse etc Threefourths acre for a garden plat Vj xcuuai uiiu an u Ky in Otter Addition on East 3Iaiu Street 100 feet front feet deep residences are building all around this property in this location is always salable No 17 Farm of 158 Acres in Polleys ofKentucky River In Garrurd county about y miles north of Buena Vista under good fence with plenty of water 25 acres In apple orchard good peach orchard Groom twostory house in good re pairs and all necessary outbuildings Laud in Polleys Bend is fast increasing In No 19 Farm Containing 312 Acres Situated 1 12 Miles Uryaiitsville and About miles from Lancaster All good strong laud verv under good fence and abundantly watered Dwelling house is 2 storys containing 6 rooms two tenant good burn ice house ery and all other necessary out buildings the place Close to church good school and well fitted for stock raising Farm Containing 160 acres about 2 miles from Carters yule in Garrard county And of a mile from Copper Creek pike SO 01 JO acres in grus good corn and tobocco lund watered by pools and creek never fall under good fence 2 story house containing rooms with back aud good sulphur well at door 2 barns stock and tobac co latter 3Ux40xli Church within 1 mile of residence ond school within of a mile A money makiug farm uieelv situated NOJ 14 600 Acres of Coal and Timber Land iuPulaski About 25 miles South of Somerset and near to and East of Flat River on the Ciuciuuat Southern Railroad This land is rich in of a good quality with virgin forests of Poplar Walnut and Cedar upon it No 13 House anti Lot near Sul pliur Well Lowell Kentucky Two story frame house containing 5 rooms upper and lower hallways all necessary out buildings Place in good repair and healthy location Will trade for house and lot in Lau I I Nol location or 0 poui that and onenient Ol the best shorta loc tllu tit or excellent goo 4 1 No I liT ell Southof 8 Nol O 74 castel lout iOi eep 4a pin he house- rooms Ot ass Nice property value- S l ar- il Coitiity1iy CoiL For further particulars write to or call R L Davidson lawOffice over Stormes store Insure with the New M Life Insurance Co and the Continental Fire Insurance C- oG B SwinebroadAgt S BEAZEEYW DENTIsTTeeth extracted without with Vitalized Air Office IB ts th BulldlnJlDanv1lle oppo church tBooko1ft street eYreabiez1an No G Farm of GO Acres in Rock castle County in the Bottom of Copper Creek Just across the Garrard and Kockcnstle line All bottom land level and productive never failing stock water story log house and all necessary outbuildings Possession given April 1st 1101 Price within the reach of men of moderate means No 10 lOUSe and Lot in Lancas ter on North side of Dan yule Avenue Known as the old Franklin Institute Lot is 14S feet front on Danville Avenue and 193 feet in depth House is a twostory frame buildings large commodious atfd con veniently arranged In every particular has 16 rooms hallway kitchen and front veranda both inside aud outside staIrways rooms large and house we 1 ventilated House has been lately remodeled and extensively Im proved and place generally repaired Lovely situation nice convenient house and all at a rock bottom price Possession given when desired No 11 Farm of 108 Acres Six Miles from Lancaster on the liirksville Pike Very fertile and productive 75 acres of hemp or tobacco land 75 acres in grass balance nudei cultivation watered by never failing springs Place is in good repair House stories containing Grooms porch and lat iced porches good cistern good boxed log barn and good outbuilding Very fine large and well selected orchard containing many varieties of fruit A fine farm of moderate size House and Lot Situated in th City ofLancaster On the North side of Danville street near the Intersection of Pauldlng street and la the property lately owned by Mrs A E Car Ky in Otter Addition on East Main Street House has 8 large rooms front hallway above and below back hall varanda hand soraely finished inside and conveniently con stricted large bath room complete outfit of fixtures for water and gas cistern large stable tint all other convenient outbuildings Lot is 100 teet front 447 feet in depth nice stable lot und large garden Is a good residence portion tf Danville This property speaks for itself No 14 Farm Containing 150 cres on Head Waters of Drakes Creek in Garrard culti laud lon balance in grass good pasture tIer good fence and watered by never rn 35x20 feet adjoining it Post offices Flatwoods is kept at the store and ellent location for a country store lace for a coming merchant to make ud make it fast No of SG Acres on the SuA Cmk Pike 2 miles 1 from Lancaster fine or hemp land brings fine wheat and in grass Stock water in abundant Sufficient throughout last years cottage barn lee house and all nec Well wt want It If after 4 property splendid l tenter UQod house and near GradedSehool PnafJ U l1f IiI price 0 No7 house in DanvilloL J i If milefrom orchardinnIcelyfinishstore know Is an goo moue5 arm whIchhavelob 0 con tmaIuder fruitingrt essary Ot uildlcgs splendid cIstern etc wor fo J i aiid Lot A 5 cues that OR Lotus kndram Central Recrdoffi ARES I BY USING Consumption Coughs j Than By All Other Lung Remedies This wonderful medicu cures Consumption Co Bronchitis Asthma Pne LaGrlppe Sore Throat Croup anr Cough NO CURE PrictSOc ft 1 Trial MORE LIVES Dr1 Kin r Nw 01 Con 1 sL